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Place of Publication: Pompano Beach
Publication Date: August 26, 2005
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The Pompano


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ADVISORY 8-25-05 : 7 a.m.
HURRICANE HOTLINE: 954-831-4000
Emergency Operations
Center FullyActivated
Effective 8 a.m. The Broward County
Emergency Operations Center will be
fully activated in response to Tropical
Storm Katrina. Broward County is under
a hurricane warning and a food warning.
Residents should complete their prepa-
rations today as early as possible as
weather conditionsuare expected to dete-
riorate throughout the day.
A recommended evacuation has been
issued for the Barrier Island and for resi- "
dents living in low lying areas. All 12 Red
Cross shelters n ill be open today at 2 p.m.
Buses will run along A-1 -A for those that
need transportation to a shelter.
Broward County schools are closed to-
day and Friday..
The Special Needs shelters w ill also be
opened today.
Shelters for the homeless will also be
opened toda..
The Hot Line will remain operational
until the threat from Tropical Storm
Katrina has passed.


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AFTER THE WAVES -When Pompano Beach High School students Chelsea Foy, Stephanie Eisenring, Elizabeth Blair and Brian Townsend,got the word that schools were closed as Tropical Storm Katrina
headed for Broward County, they packed their surf boards and headed for the beach. They joined about 25 other surfers getting the most out of the sea before lifeguards could close the beach. [Photo by
Anne Siren]


Local seniors take advantage of insurance

supported Silver Sneakers program


By Peggy Landsman
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN

You might have seen tan and lean,
72-year-old Wayne Bastardi riding his
bicycle between his home near the
14th Street Causeway and the World
Gym at 401 South Federal Highway in
Pompano Beach. He's been making


Liz Anderson
takes part in
the Silver
Sneakers
exercise
class. [Photo
by Anne
Siren]


that same round trip five or six days a
week for the past four years. "I enjoy
the gym so much," says Bastardi. "If I
miss a day, I really feel it."
Wayne Bastardi is one of about
600 Pompano Beach World Gym
members currently enrolled in the
Silver Sneakers fitness program, a
Continued on page 2


Pompano lifeguards pull 17


* swimmers from rip tides in July


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
Pompano Beach has 1,000 solid
reasons for swimmers to feel safe at
the beach.
But not 1,001 reasons.
While the beach area of the city is
a little more than two miles in length,


the part of the beach protected by
lifeguards is only 1,000 linear feet,
from Northeast 5 Avenue to just south
of the municipal pier.
Swimming anywhere else on the
beach is an "At Risk" decision.
-"That's our biggest safety rule,"
says Mark Beaudreau, aquatics


recreation manager. "Swim near a
lifeguard."
Last July, 17 swimmers caught in
rip currents were saved by lifeguards
who pulled them in.
Ironically, those saves came one

Continued on page 9


Lighthouse

Point to study

impact of

towering

mansions
Taller homes bulge to
property lines causing
shadows and blocking
ocean breezes

By Brad Degnan
PELICAN WRITER

It's often the ocean breezes that
attract folks to South Florida. Light-
house Point commissioners want to
keep it that way.
But huge "boxy" multi-million
dollar houses are crowding the hori-
zon, dropping shadows on smaller
neighboring homes and blocking those
cool breezes.

Continued on page 2


Bob
Johnson
steps up to
the plate
with Senior
Softball.
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Last Tuesday, Mike
Vonder Meulen, the city's
zoning consultant, blamed the
changing cityscape on the
high cost of land, leading
developers to build-out to the
"absolute limits of the zoning
code."
SThose limits, unchanged
since they were first estab-
lished, require builders to
keep an eight-foot distance
between the edge of the home -
and the property line.
. -That worked for years
until the mansion builders
arrived adding second floors
with towers, parapets and
widow walks.
S-Now commissioners are
considering changing the
setback for the second floors,
a move that could eliminate


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the "boxy" look.
Vonder Meulen suggested
three ideas that have been
adopted in other cities that
could be incorporated into
Lighthouse Point's city codes.
The first option would be to
have a wedding cake effect.
That is when the first floor is
the largest and the second floor
is set back further than the first.
The second plan would be
based on a formula, allowing a
percentage of the square
footage on the first floor to be
used on the second floor.
The third idea would be
some kind of blend of the first
two. This plan would have a
minimum ratio for the set
back and a maximum percent-
age formula determined by
the first floor.
Mayor Fred Schorr said
more feedback is need before
an ordinance is drafted. "We
are looking for more input
from architects and builders."


In other action,
commissioners:
Amended a signage law
that will impact the use of
temporary signs that inform
people of garage sales,
political candidates and real
estate. The change will limit
temporary signs to three
square feet. Property owners
will be limited to three signs
posted on their lawns. It is
still illegal to place temporary
signs on public property and
all signs must remain five feet
from the side property line.
Offsite signs will be limited
to one per event, and the sign
must contain the address of
the event.
Renewed its contract
with City Attorney Michael
Cirullo of Goren, Cherof,
Doody and Ezrol Law Firm.
This move included a raise


for Cirullo from $6,615.00 per
month to $6,945.00 per month.
Additionally the hourly rate
was raised $150 per hour to
$165 per hour.
Approved a contract
with Hernandez Construc-
tion Company for the expan-
sion, renovation and remodel-
ing of the city's library,
budgeted for $632,000. Funding
for the library comes from a
combination of money raised
from state grants, local dona-
tions and bond funds. The
company was also contracted
for city hall renovations,
budgeted at $158,000. Those
renovations include an entrance
upgrade, a new roof, exterior
painting and construction of
new administration offices.
Work is expected to begin this
January.


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Silver
Sneakers
Continued from page 1

national program sponsored
by the Blue Cross-Blue Shield
and Humana insurance
companies. Most of the Silver
Sneakers crowd are 60 and
older, but younger people
with disabilities and anyone
who is Medicare eligible may
also qualify.
The Silver Sneakers
program includes fitness
classes taught by specially
trained instructors. Currently,
there are 11 classes offered
every week. Bastardi's taken
a few of those classes and
expects he'll take more in the
future, but for now his two-
hour-a-day workout includes
using all the gym's machines
and free weights.
Socializing in conjunction
with his workout is what this
former high-school basketball
coach and Navy veteran likes
best at the gym. "I'm always
spotting somebody; they're
spotting me." Many of the
friends he's made here are
younger than he-in their 30s
and 40s. "Everybody fits in
here," he says. "I love the
environment, the people. I

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Silver
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Continued from page 2

don't think there's anything
they can do to improve it"
The only guilty pleasure
he still clings to is "a cigar
once a week during football
season."
Katherine Noetzel, 75, of
Deerfield Beach has been
coming to the gym as a
member of the Silver Sneak-
ers program since March.
Noetzel is a retired aerospace
industry secretary. The
program has given her more
confidence in socializing.
"I feel sure it's from the
exercise. My blood pressure
and cholesterol levels have
also lowered. Amber, my
instructor, does emphasize
diet, and I'm trying to eat
healthier."
Amber Weaver, 29, has
her own reasons for helping
clients stick with the program.
Mainly, she's seen results.
"It's very rewarding. I
have people who couldn't


walk up the stairs when they
started the program. They had
to take the elevator, and now
they can walk up and down."
On Sept. 11, World Gym
will sponsor a community
yard sale at the parking lot in
front of the gym, 410 N.
Federal Hwy., Pompano
Beach. All proceeds will
benefit the Broward
Children's Center. Steve
Mattingly, manager of the
gym hopes the community
will support the sale by


attending and donating items
for the sale. The public is also
invited to participate in the
gym's spin-a-thon and bench
press contests. Last year the
event raised $2,000 for the
Center.
To find out about Silver
Sneakers, call your insurance
representative. World Gym
membership is free to people
who qualify for that program.
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By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
C indy Taffel was
on top of the
world. Her
business, Synergy, a physi-
cal therapy practice at
1624 E. Atlantic was going
great guns. Until one day,
while making a profes-
sional call on Dr. Dora
White in Pompano, she
decided maybe she should
have a physical.

"I've always been so
healthy," she says, practically
sizzling with energy. "I'm an
athlete, but I am well into my
30s. But even I should have a
physical about now, I told
myself. I made an appoint-
ment with Dr. White and that
appointment saved my life."
In the course of giving
Taffel a thorough physical,
Dr. White did a CA-125 test
which can be a marker for
cancer. Taffel says, "Because
it is known to show many
false positives, it is not
regularly used by doctors. In
my case, that test indicated


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further testing was needed.
The next test told the story.
There it was! I had cancer.
Ovarian cancer, the silent
killer. It's called the silent
killer because symptoms
don't show up until the cancer
is a stage 3 or 4 and then it's
just about always too late. I
was told, I was given a gift of
life. Through a fluke, or fate,
or God, I was diagnosed with
a stage 1, curable cancer. I
was told that had it not been
found when it was, it probably
would have been fatal within
five months. Coral Springs


Medical Center and my
oncologist, Dr. Boniface
NDubisi, took great care of
me. My parents camped in my
room on cots while I waited
for my verdict after having a
total hysterectomy. Because
my cancer was a stage 1, I
was lucky. I could be treated
and cured."
For ten months, Taffel
underwent treatment. She was
wiped out and inactive.
Dedicated staff kept her
business going. "I read Lance
Armstrong's book, It's not
about the Bike, and it changed
my prospective about what's
possible. Lance is my inspira-
tion. I feel I was chosen to
fight this disease and share
my story. My goal is to earn
a spot on his team of 24
cancer survivors who will join
him on his Tour of Hope in
2006. They will pedal across
the country in nine days, (100
miles a day). I have a friend
who has survived and he's
worked tirelessly to be on the
2005 tour. He's thrilled to
have been chosen."
Though Taffel is a true
athlete, the cancer cure
ravished her body. "It's


Lucky to be cured of ovarian cancer, Cindy Taffel has set quite a challenge for
herself. While recovering from the devastation of cancer treatments, she has
begun training to build her strength and stamina in hopes of qualifying for Lance
Armstrong's Tour of Hope 2006. [Photos Courtesy of Cindy]


almost like there's a magnet
inside of you, that holds you
down on the bed," she says
describing her condition


immediately after treatments.
"The simplest effort requires
unbelievable energy which
Continued on page 5


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Friday. August 26,2005 The Pompano Pelican 5


Cindy Taffle

Continued from page 4
the cancer patient does not
have. Surviving is indeed a
life changing experience. I
was always healthy and sports
oriented. Once my health was
threatened, it became a
treasure to seek and keep."
Taffel has set quite a
challenge for herself. Her
mantra has always been,
"Body follows mind. Attitude
is everything."
She got herself a trainer
and is determined to regain
her strength and stamina. The
2006 team will be chosen next
March and she plans to be on
it. "I started training from
zero," she says. In the
beginning, I had to protect
myself with a mask and a
personal air filter. My im-
Smune system was shot and I
was vulnerable to everything.
I'm progressing every week.
I'm up to 100 miles a week
most weeks. I still get tired
but it's nothing like it was."
She has until Oct. 8 to
raise money for the founda-
tion and this year's tour.
All of the funds she earns
go to the Lance Armstrong
Foundation for distribution.
People who are lucky enough
not to ever have had to deal
with cancer may not realize
the expenses that occur for a
cancer patient.
Taffel ticks them off. "One
chemo treatment for Ovarian
cancer costs $11,000. I had
six treatments. And then there
are MRIs and CAT scans,


surgical fees, hospital fees
and more. Surviving cancer is


How You Can Help
Make check donations to
Tour of Hope. In the left
hand corer where it says
Memo, put in Cindy Taffel,
Fundraiser
Send to: Lance
ArmstrongFoundation,P.O.
Box 131637, Houston, TX
77219-1637; or send to
Cindy Taffel,Synergy, 1624
E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano
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an expensive business. I have
been told that people without
insurance or funds simply go
home and die. Isn't that
disgusting in a country such
as ours? That in itself is
reason enough for me to
pedal my bike to raise money
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your efforts to fund raise to
bring hope and help to other
cancer survivors.


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Development to Cost Florida


Almost 3 Million Acres


By Joyce Tarnow and Pedro Monteiro
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Sprawling suburbs could consume almost 3 million Ui .
acres of Florida's farmland by the year 2020, according
to University of Florida researcher John Reynolds. The
report states that "more than one-third of those losses"
will occur in six of Florida's most-populated counties,
where fast-growing cities are encroaching on some of the
state's most productive agricultural areas." Fortunately,
we can slow that trend if we follow the advice in the
"What You Can Do" section of this article.
The UF press release early last year stated that "Reynolds expects populous
counties to lead the state in urban-to-rural conversion in the next 17 years.
Together, six of the state's seven most populous counties-Broward, Duval,
Hillsborough, Miami-Dade, Orange and Palm Beach-are projected to lose 1.16
million acres of land to urban development, or 38 percent of the total projected
for the state. That puts some of the state's most productive agricultural land in
the path of new development. While they're home to some of the state's biggest
population centers, Palm Beach, Miami-Dade and Hillsborough counties are also
major producers of winter vegetables, sugar cane, citrus and ornamental plants.
Why We Should Care?
Sprawling communities place greater burdens on water supply, sewage
disposal, emergency services, schools, roads and taxes, to name a few. We can
live with the declining quality of life that is associated with overdevelopment,
but we cannot live without decent air, water and food.
AIR: Pollution from old power plants in Fort Lauderdale and Riviera Beach
kills more than 100 people a year through various respiratory diseases (Sun-
Sentinel, October 19, 2000).
WATER: Over one billion gallons of sewage are pumped underground every
day in Florida, including Broward County. In spite of the contamination of the
Floridan aquifer, officials have asked the Environmental Protection Agency to
exempt Florida from safe drinking water regulations. Aside from increased
human water consumption, removing vegetation and paving over more and more
land impedes the replenishing of ground water levels, our water supply bank.
FOOD: Purdue economists predict that U.S. food imports could overtake
exports by 2007, if current trends continue. The increasing need to import food
is a warning that we have sacrificed our ability to feed ourselves. From where
will come solutions when oil prices continue to rise or when oil runs out? How
would we transport food across the land?
Who Controls Growth?
Farm land and wild areas do not turn into strip malls and high-rise condos on
their own. The degradation of these life sustaining areas into concrete jungles of
consumption and pollution are man made.
Development costs can only happen when the government changes compre-
hensive land use plans and zoning designations. These plans are continually
amended for increased growth by local elected officials, influenced by well-
heeled development interests, often against the advice and recommendation of
their own planning staffs. The Florida Department of Community Affairs,


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VIEWPOINTS



The Supreme Court and


the Right to Privacy

By Barry "Doc" Dockswell
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN


The Senate hearings on the nomination to the Supreme
John Roberts are scheduled to begin immediately after
Labor Day. During the questioning we will no doubt
hear much discussion about whether or not the United
States constitution guarantees Americans a right to
privacy.
Many people will see this as a coded discussion about
whether or not a woman has a right to choose to have an
abortion., And, to a large extent, this will be the case.
However it is crucial to understand that the right to
privacy is far broader than the abortion issue. If you
have a right to privacy, then you have a sphere of per-
sonal freedom into which the government may not


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intrude.
Many judges and other legal experts see a right to privacy arising from
the Fourth and Fourteenth Amendments of the Constitution. But many strict
conservatives, like Judge Robert Bork, explicitly state that there is no right
to privacy for Americans in our constitution.
If we have no right to privacy, there is much to lose in this technological
age. In fact our nation's understanding of the right to privacy has been
forced to evolve over time as technology has evolved.
In simpler times, privacy didn't mean much more than the idea that "a
man's home is his castle." When the Bill of Rights was drafted, the Fourth
Amendment protected Americans "against unreasonable searches and
seizures," and that seemed like enough at the time.
Subsequently, as people were crammed into dense urban housing, as
inexpensive window glass grew more popular, as the invention of the
telephone resulted in a wave of uncontrolled wiretapping, the courts realized
that a person's space could be violated in more ways than just physical
searches and seizures.
The interpretation of the Fourth Amendment evolved from a focus on the
home as a castle to a focus on the individual as having a zone of privacy.
The Fourteenth Amendment, guaranteeing that Americans could not be
deprived "of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law" has also
been a key constitutional foundation for the right to privacy.
Historically, the right to privacy has been the crucial factor in establish-
ing that government niay not deny couples the right to use birth control, and
in fact, that government may not get involved at all in what goes on behind
the bedroom door between consenting adults.
The Terri Schiavo case was a recent dramatic example of the difference
between those who respect Americans' right to privacy and those who don't.
Clearly, the courts had to intervene in the Schiavo case because family
members disputed what the patient's wishes actually were.
But, after this issue had been adjudicated, those who denied the right to
privacy felt that federal and state legislatures had the power to intervene and
decide Ms. Schiavo's fate regardless of what her wishes might have been.
Now in the age of mass media, video cameras everywhere, computerized
databases and the internet, the right to privacy is more crucial than ever. To
what extent do government and large corporations have the right to monitor
and make judgments about our reading and viewing habits, our medical
records, our financial transactions, our comings and goings, and a zillion
other things?
Regardless of how you feel about the abortion issue, be wary of the
confirmation of any Supreme Court nominee who has any doubt whatsoever
about your inalienable right to privacy.


What's Your


Opinion?


We'd like to know.
Send your letters to The Pompano Pelican Newspaper at 1500-A
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She is currently under treatment and is expected to make a
full and complete recovery. She is extremely sweet, house-
broken, good with children, loves other dogs, and is very
playful. Poppy will be ready for adoption early September
and is in need of a loving forever home. Big Hearts need
only apply! Inquiries please call 954-263-5934.
The Florida Humane Society cares for, and finds homes
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without your help. Please open your hearts and pockets and
make a donation to help us continue our efforts in animal
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Florida development


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responsible for denying bad
growth plan amendments, too
frequently gives approval due
to political pressures.
Senator Steve Geller of
Hallandale proposed a bill
that would allow large cities
to bypass the county and state
planning agencies in order to
have a free hand for those
cities to do whatever growth
plans they desired. Never
mind that wherever excessive
development occurs, the
entire region and possibly
even the state is affected.
Senator Jeff Atwater of
North Palm Beach authored
several bills in the last legisla-
tive session to limit the right
of citizens to amend the
Florida Constitution.
The impetus for this
legislation was to head off the
possible passage of the
Florida Hometown Democ-
racy ballot initiative. If the
petition drive succeeds and
the Hometown Democracy
Amendment is adopted, local
citizens will have the final say
on any amendments or
S rewrites of their local compre-
hensive plan.
These discriminatory
limitations are being chal-
lenged in court by the
Amendment's author, Lesley
Blackner of Palm Beach.
What Can You Do?
President Woodrow
Wilson stated: "I believe in
the Initiative and Referendum,
which should be used not to


destroy representative govern-
ment, but to correct it when-
ever it becomes misrepresen-
tative."
The Sierra Club endorsed
the Florida Hometown
Democracy initiative because
we are confident that overde-
velopment will slow if the
people are restored their right
to vote on land use changes in
their communities. For
additional information on how
you can take back your
community to protect your
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plans Labor Day

Picnic, Sept. 5

The North Broward Democratic
Club will host a Labor Day picnic,
Sept. 5, at the Pompano Beach
Community Park's South Pavilion at
1 p.m.
Speakers for the event include
Jim Davis and Rod Smith, Demo-
.cratic candidates for Florida gover-
-:nor, 2006.
The picnic is free. Interested
:Democrats are invited to attend.
Participants should bring something
to eat and drink. Call 954-785-0045.


Lighthouse Point

Coral Door to

open for season
One of the community's oldest
and most popular consignment
shops, The Coral Door, 1841 NE 25
St., Lighthouse Point, reopens on
Sept. 6 at 9 a.m.
Consignments will be accepted
Saturday through Thursday from 9
a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
To consign large pieces of furni-
ture, large items or art, clients should
call ahead to reserve space.
The Coral Door is part of the
North Broward Medical Center
Auxiliary. Proceeds from consign-
ments and donations benefit the
hospital.
For more information, call 954-
942-1438.

America's Boating
Course planned in
Lighthouse Point

The Coast Guard Auxiliary 3-7 in
Lighthouse Point is offering a one-
day America's Boating Course,
ABC, Sept. 17 at Dixon Alh Recre-
ation Center, 2220 NE 38 St.
The program meets the qualifica-
tions for a Florida's Boater Educa-
tion Identification card required for
boaters, 21 and younger.
Topics will include identification
of navigational aids, boat handling,
required safety equipment and rules
for using the local waterways.
Cost for the class is $40 which
includes all materials. Classes begin
at 8 a.m.
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Remington House in Deerfield gets new


Remington House in Deerfield gets new

name, new owner and a complete renovation


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF

The names may have changed but
the retirement community at 4700
N.W. Third Avenue has been a happy
home to many since it opened in 1987.
The assisted living rental facility was
first known as The Woodsetter
Retirement Community. Then it
became Remington House. Now, with
a new owner, it is undergoing a
complete renovation, and will soon
become Banyan Place.
Nestled among the trees on seven
acres, Remington House is currently
home to 85 residents who live in a
collection of low rise units. The
property was recently acquired by
A.L. Management Corporation which
either owns or manages 12 similar
communities stretching from New
York to Florida. Administrator,
Michael Dane also manages Bay Point
Terrace in Hollywood, Fla. Michael
Karban, assistant administrator, takes
over when Dane is at the other facil-
ity.
The new Lifestyles and Marketing
Manager, David Newsom, comes to
the retirement community from Abbey
Del Ray South where he held the
same post for five years. With 11
years of experience as an executive in
retirement settings, Newsom shares
his feelings about his newest position.
"I like the neighborhood setting and
the camaraderie between the staff and
residents. Because we're a small
community, staff and residents get to
know each other well and greet one
another by name. The friendly, low
pressure environment has attracted
and kept both staff and residents for
years."
The rental retirement community
population breaks down to about 20
independent residents, 45 in assisted
living and about 20 in Hibiscus Care
which is the memory support facility.
"We hold an Extended Care license,"
Newsom explains. "This allows us to
accommodate those in need of more
assistance with medication manage-
ment, incontinence care and behav-
ioral care."
Licensed for 100 residents, there is
currently limited availability in the
community. Well appointed, one-
bedroom apartments, studios and
companion suites for two are available
for monthly fees starting at $1,095.
The fees include all utilities except
telephone. Other fees are assessed for
linens, activities, local transportation
and three daily club-style meals.
About 65 residents dine in the main
dining room with menu choices and


David Newsom, Lifestyle and Marketing Manager at Remington House, joins Juanita Stagnone, a
new resident in the Club House to talk about the coming calendar of activities. [Photo by Phyllis J.
Neuberger]


table service at every meal. The main
meal is served at noon, giving resi-
dents the chance to dine out with
family and friends in the evening.
They can also entertain guests in the
private dining room.
"We have stimulating activities
every day of the week," Newsom
says. "And we expect to be enhancing
our activities with live entertainment
and more when our new director
arrives on Sept.1."
"Currently we offer fitness for fun,
current events discussions, board and
card games, poker, bingo and special
interest groups that focus on painting,
writing or music. We make weekly
excursions to shopping centers and
banks. Our nursing staff helps resi-
dents schedule medical appointments
and transportation. They also assist in
medication refills."
Juanita Stagnone, vice president of
the residents' council and a fairly new
resident, says, "I'm happy with the
staff, the open spaces and my good
neighbors. I'm honored to be an
officer in the council and I hope to get
a number of group activities going
here."
Sandy and Donald St. Germaine
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moved into Remington in March of
2004. Sandy assists with delivering
residents' mail, calls the bingo games
and says she "likes the people in this
friendly place." The feeling must be
mutual because she was recently
elected president of the residents'
council.
Juliette Johnson, dietary manager
writes in the monthly news letter,
"Based on resident input, we have
added some wonderful new items to
our menu." She lists prime rib,
ossobuco, pizza, skewered coconut
shrimp and fresh fish. Once a month,
we will have special theme meals that
will offer international cuisine."
"There's an optional 'rent for life'
program which locks in a monthly rate
for the duration of a resident's stay,"
he says. "We accept Veteran's As-
sisted Living benefits as well as
Medicaid Diversion Program which
gives assistance to those who fall
between independent and nursing
home care."
For further information or a
complimentary lunch and tour, call
David Newsom at 954-942-2233.


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Rip

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month after Na-
tional Rip Current Awareness
Week. In June, Pompano
Beach lifeguards rescued one
swimmer caught in the
current.
The U.S. Lifesaving
Association estimates that 100
people die annually from
being caught in the currents.
Rip currents are powerful,
channeled currents of water
flowing away from the shore.
They typically extend from
the shoreline, through the surf
zone, and past the line of
breaking waves. They can
occur at any beach with
breaking waves.
And for the untrained eye,
rip currents are nearly impos-
sible to recognize. Lifeguards,
perched high up in their
S stations, can often spot a rip
current forming.
But savvy swimmers are
learning that checking in with
lifeguards can make a differ-
ence.
Beaudreau says that
warning swimmers before
they enter the area is the best
method. Signs placed near
lifeguard stations are worth
visiting before taking a
saltwater dip. Lifeguards post
complete conditions at the
ocean, from sea pests to rip
currents.
"Typically 80 percent of
our saves are from rip cur-
rents," says Beaudreau. "It's
our biggest hazard."
But it happens, and if it
does, here's what Beaudreau
recommends:
Don't panic. I know it
goes against the grain of your
nature. The natural anxiety is
to get back to shore. But even
trained swimmers can't fight a
rip current.
Go with the flow. Let the
tide carry you out until you
can swim parallel to the shore.
You can always escape the rip
current by swimming parallel
to the shore.
"But the best bet," says
Beaudreau," is to stay within
the 1,000 feet of public beach,
manned by the city's 10 to 12
lifeguards every day."


Call out the clowns! Pompano Beach Chamber hosts

Fine Food & Wine Festival at Club Cinema Sept 27


SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
The Greater Pompano
Beach Chamber of Commerce
will stir up culinary excite-
ment as it presents its 22nd
Annual Fine Food & Wine
Festival and Auction, Sept.
27, at the Club Cinema and
Cinema Chophouse from 6 to
9 p.m.
The theme for the 2005
event is "The Circus Is in
Town." Hosts for this year's
extravaganza will be the event
committee headed by Gall
Farkas of the Comfort Inn
Oceanside and Ron Severson
of Eastern Financial Florida
Credit Union.
This popular event will
bring some of the best-known
South Florida chefs together
for an evening of entertain-
ment and some of South
Florida's best cuisine.


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Some of the chefs partici-
pating this year are Chef
Oliver Saucy of Darrel &
Oliver's Caf6 Maxx, Chef
Martha Franklin, the Hills-
boro Club, Chef Bill Osgood,
the Cove Restaurant, Chef
Scott Saxton, the Cinema
Chophouse, Chef Kirk Lede,
Top of the Park, as well as
Max's Grill, Hot Tomatoes,
Seafood World, Cold Stone
Creamery, Jimmie's Choco-
lates,,60 McNab Grill and
Seafood World.
The Greater Pompano
Beach Chamber of Com-
merce supports the students
of Blanche Ely High School
and Pompano Beach High
School with an annual
scholarship program funded
with proceeds of this annual
event.
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Company, International Wines
& Beer and National Distribut-
ing Company. If your palate
prefers a very good beer with
dinner, World Class Beer
Imports will be participating
with an array of different beers.
Chamber volunteers are
presently calling on business
representatives and asking them
to donate services and products
that will be part of the "Silent"
and "Live" auctions held during
the evening.
Other major sponsors of this
annual event include: Club
Cinema, Synergy Printing &
Graphics, Rand Eye Institute,


Beacon Light Jewelers,
Shane LeMar Entertainment
and Wachovia National
Bank Financial Advisory
Team.
Club Cinema and Cin-
ema Chophouse is a 2,500
person nightclub and
steakhouse. It is located at
3251 N. Federal Hwy., just
south of Sample Road in
Pompano Beach.
Tickets are $65 per
person and may be ordered
by calling the Chamber at
954- 941-2940. Payment
methods include cash,
check, Visa, MasterCard and
American Express.


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W hat's U p and other social matters ...
in the fabulous cities of Lighthouse Point, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea and Pompano Beach

SOCIAL MATTERS


Here's your social calendar for the


upcoming season; join the fun!


By Sandy Johnson and
Lee Waldo
SOCIAL MATTERS

ummer's almost
over and the "social
season" is just
around the corner. Dust off
your calendars and get ready
for these fun events being
planned by our civic groups,
cultural arts committees and
service clubs.

annual Constitution
Week Brunch -
,A Saturday, Sept. 10
at 10 a.m. The Daughters of
the Ameri-
can Revo-
lution -
Broward
County
Regents'
Council
hosts a
festive
brunch
celebrating
the Consti-
tution of the
United Lee Waldo and
States. $15. Sandy Johnson
John Knox
Village, 651 SW 6 St.,
Pompano Beach. 954-427-
8945.

offee Extrava
ganza Monday,
Sept. 12 at 10:30
a.m., a special fall brunch
benefiting the Broward
Children's Center and hosted
by Moms on a Mission.
Enjoy a spectacular
selection of coffees, teas,
pastries and chocolates. Raffle
and Door prizes will be
awarded! $20.
At the home of Ann
Harley, 2889 NE 25 Ct., Fort
Lauderdale. RSVP by Sept. 9
to Kitty Barron at 954-567-
1631.

Great Invite Night -
Thursday,
Sept.15. The
Exchange Club of Pompano
Beach is holding a member-
ship party.
Join this service club and
work beside a dedicated group
of businessmen as they raise
funding for important local
charities. The party will be
held at John Van Vorst's
home in Lighthouse Point.


Contact Larry Crismond at
954-946-4676 for member-
ship information.

L et It Ride Casino
Night Saturday,
Sept. 17 at 7 p.m.
The Soroptimist Interna-
tional of Pompano Beach
hosts a Biker themed night of
"gambling" including Texas-
Hold-Um that will benefit
Woodhouse, a residential
home for severely handi-
capped adults. Dinner is by
Carrabba's Italian Grille.
Motorcycle attire optional.
$40. includes $100 play
money. St. Coleman's Catho-
lic Church, 2250 SE 12 St.,
Pompano Beach. Contact
Marsha Linville at 954-786-
0344.

t, Annual JM Lexus
Charity Golf Tour
nament Sunday,
Sept. 25 at 1 p.m. Join
founder Pat Moran and event
sponsors for a golf tourna-
ment benefiting Deliver the
Dream, a not-for-profit
organization, which serves
families facing serious illness
or crisis. Boca Lago Country
Club, 8665 Juego Way, Boca
Raton.
www.deliverthedream.org. Or
1-800-OUR DREAM.

005 Fine Food and
Wine Festival and
Auction Tuesday,
Sept. 27 at 6 p.m. "The
Greater Pompano Beach
Chamber of Commerce
presents an entertaining
"The Circus is in Town"
themed food and wine festival
and auction to raise funds for
local public schools. $65.
Club Cinema, 3251 N.
Federal Hwy., Pompano
Beach. 954-941-2940.

Fellowship Friday -
SFriday, Sept. 30 at
12:15 p.m. The
members of The Rotary Club
of Pompano Beach can relax
and enjoy each other's
fellowship and friendship in a
casual setting the last Friday
of every month beginning in
September.
Sands Harbor Resort
and Marina. 125 N. River-
side Dr., Pompano Beach.
Contact Maureen Canada at


The Music Scholorship Society celebrates the heat of the summer with a Luau party at the Sands
Harbor Resort. Luau co-chairs Astrid Hinz and George McDermott confer with President Rita Innace
O'Brian, new member John Anon and past president Arlynne Vollmuth Bentsen. [Photo by Lee
Waldo]


Tangia Ellis, Lee Waldo, Karen Veach, Elaine Mitchell, Arlene Gibson, Chris Sisto and Mary Beth
Purchase have prepared an evening of music for the Pompano Beach Children in the Arts Paino
Competition. [Photo by Anne Siren]


954-0227 #201 for more
information.

SL Music on the Bay" -
Saturday, Oct. 1 at 7
p.m. A cocktail party
and silent auction benefiting
the 12" Annual Children in
the Arts Piano Competition.
The competition is growing
and last year over 180 stu-
dents played classical piano
masterpieces from memory
before an esteemed panel of
judges.
Steinway Pianos of Boca
Raton is one of the sponsors
of this cocktail party, which
includes hors d'oeuvres, open
bar, music, auction and
raffles. $50. Lee and Tom
Waldo's Hillsboro Inlet


home, Pompano Beach.
Contact Chris at 954-786-
4185.

ictorian Tea -
Thursday, Oct. 20
at 3 p.m. The
Music Scholarship Society is
holding a membership tea to
encourage new members to
join this active group. Each
monthly meeting is an event
unto itself all leading up to the
April scholarship auditions
and awards. Tea $15 per
reservation. Private home on
Hillsboro Inlet, Pompano
Beach. Contact Arlynne at
954-566-6471.


Murder Mystery
Dinner -
Thursday, Oct.
20. The Women's Club of
Lighthouse Point presents a
murder mystery dinner with
"talented" members of the
club decked out as celebrities
from the 60's. It's up to you
to pinpoint the scoundrel in
their group. A heap of laughs!
Lighthouse Point Yacht Club.
Contact Pati Ryder 954-946-
3855

Annual Fundraiser
Friday, Oct. 21
at 6 p.m. Join


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your neighbors for a delight-
ful evening including dinner,
live and silent auctions
hosted by the Friends of the
Lighthouse Point Library.
$70 (two hour open bar).
Hillsboro Club. Contact
Doreen Gauthier 954-784-
3406.
0 0
H hospice Fundraiser
Saturday, Nov.
12 at 6:30 p.m.
The committee for The
Hospice Unit Adopt-a-
Room Program at North
Broward Medical Center is
hosting a cocktail party and
silent auction to raise funds to
continue to provide a warm
and comfortable place that


serves as a haven for patients
and their families.
This fun event includes a
night of music under the stars.
$40.2402 Bay Drive, Pom-
pano Beach. Contact Bonnie
at 954-786-3011 or Sabrina at
954-786-6955.

S150" Raffle Friday,
Nov.18 at 7 p.m.
The Pompano Beach
Exchange Club's annual
dinner and dance event with
silent and live auctions to
raise funds for several local
programs including Hugs for
Kids, Our Father's.House
Soup Kitchen, Broward
Children's Center and the
Dynamos. Cocktail attire.
$150, Lighthouse Point Yacht
Club. Contact Chip LaMarca
art954-444-3200.
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n addition, the Ex
change Club is
holding a raffle for a
trip to the Super Bowl in Detroit.
The package includes two tickets
to the Super Bowl, hotel and
round trip airfare. Only 200
tickets will be sold at $100 per
ticket. The winner will be pulled
at the "150" event. Call Chuck
McLaughlin, 954-605-2541.
00 0
ity Challenge Golf
Tournament -
Friday, Dec. 2
The Rotary Club of Pompano
Beach invites our local
mayors to a game of golf and
a long ball "shootout." Play
along and raise funds for area
charities at Pompano's
Municipal Golf Course.
Contact Al Siefert for more
information at
al@siefertelectric.com.


Sightings

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
Venders Wanted for
Pompano Beach High
School's 2nd Annual Fall and
Holiday Craft Fair on October
15, 2005 from 8:30 a.m. to 4
p.m. Call 954-785-9373.


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 informa-
tion, call 754-322-4200.


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Pompano Beach First
Church of the Nazarene
Sunday SchooEl: 9.3 am.
Sunday Wmonuhrp l'-i am.
Sundiv Vl-rn. 6:(IL p.m.
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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 am.


BRING THE FAMILY TO A SUNDAY
MORNING SERVICE
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9 A.M. Espanol 11 A.M. English
950 S. Cypress Road, Pompano Beach (954) 942-5330
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Sunday Service Times

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ShTraditional at 11 am
Bible Fellowship Groups
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138 NE 1 St. 9:30 & 11 am
Pompano Beach, FL 33060
954-745-6100 "Reaching and Nurturing
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SUNDAY WEEKDAY CHAPEL SERVICES
Services: 8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. Moming Prayer & Communion:
Mon., Tues., Wed., 9 a.m.
Nursery & Sunday School: 10:30a.m. Bible Study: Wed. .m.
Bible Study: Wed., 7 p.m.
Children's Service: Every 3rd Sunday Morning Prayer: Thur., 9 a.m.
10:30 a.m. Healing Service: Thur., Noon


J FIRST UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
SUNDAY WORSHIP 8:15 A.M. & 10:45 A.M.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:15 A.M
SUN. REAL TIME PRAISE & WORSHIP 9:30 A.M.
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Thrift Shop Hours: Thurs. 10-2pm
Sat. 10-1pm Sun. 12-1pm


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Euchanst 8.00 am & 10:30 am
Children's Programs 10:30 am
Adult Ed 9-30
Thursday:
Euchanst & Healing Service 10 am
Followed By Bible Study


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2190 S. E. Sixth St. in Pompano Beach
(6 Blocks So. of Atlantic 1/2 Blk. E. of Federal Hwy.)
Sunday Bible Study 9 a.m. / Worship 10 a.m. & 6 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study 7 p.m. Frank Berry, Minister
Church (954) 941-3709 Res. (954) 776-7504
Practicing New Testament Christianity ih Today's World


Unitarian Universalist Church

of Fort Lauderdale
Open Open
Hearts Minds
A Center for Liberal Religious Values
and Social Action in Fort Lauderdale
Services & RE classes Sunday at 1 1:00am
3970 NW 21st Avenue, Fort Lauderdale
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UnityoPom l o l h l26 S.l.. 13th Avenue Pompno Biad
Adanfic Bld.B
Non-Denominational A< ri c ||d
Meets 11:00 AM Sundays -I
Unity 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
the Christ Spirit that dwells within each of us.


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Sa. Evenrug V ig: 4 30pm 600 pn (Spanish
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10 wi)am'. 12Noon
WLrkitys: 800 i()rmy rpm
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Pompano Beach
954-941-8117


First Presbyterian Church
" The Pink Church" Serving God and the community for 50.iears
2331 NE 26th Avenue, Pompano Beach 954-941-2308
One Block Norlheast of Copans Road and US-1
Sunday Worship 8:00 am (informal),
10:00 am (traditional), 11:21 am (contemporary)
6:00 pm (Brazilian), Saturday 7:30 pm (Spanish)
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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.
Pompano Beach High
School is having its 2nd
annual Fall and Holiday Craft
Fair on October 15, 2005
from 8T30(a.m.to 4 p.m..
Interested Vendors may call


954-785-9373.
RELIGIOUS ORGANI-
ZATIONS
The Saints Christian
Homes School 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.
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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, joining
thousands of churches world-
wide. During the 40-day
campaign, the truths about
five purposes for people -
worship, fellowship, disciple-
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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.
New Life Flea Market -
Sept. 17, 2140 NW 2 St.,
Pompano Beach. Spaces $25.
Deadline Sept. 3. Call 954-
917-5654.
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-


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The 12th Annual Fall
Arts and Craft Show will be
held by the First United
Methodist Church of Pom-
pano Beach on Nov. 18, 19.
All crafters are welcomed to
join the show. For informa-
tion 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.
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,
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along the Road to Recovery?
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treatment is getting there.
Contact Ann Johnson, area
patient services representa-
tive, 954-564-0880 ext. 132.
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.
FRIDAY
Due to the possibility of
Tropical Storm Kristina,
most events may be can-
celled for today. Call to
check before leaving home.
SATURDAY AUG. 27
Bethel A.M.E. Church of
Pompano Beach, will be
hosting its second Gospel


Extravaganza today, at 6:30
p.m. The program will feature
The Pilgrim Jubilees of
Chicago, The New Brooklyn
Allstars of Brooklyn, The
Mighty Clouds of Bethel, and
The Mighty Gospel Larks of
Pompano Beach. For tickets
and information call 954-943-
6220.
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.
Parents Without Part-
ners Gold Coast Chapter
#248 sponsors a Singles
Dance every Saturday night at
9 p.m. at the Pompano Beach
Power Squadron Building.
Call 954-788-2672.
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. Call
954-942-2448.

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By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
Broward County, Light-
house Point and Pompano
Beach fire fighters will be out
on the streets during Labor
Day weekend to collect
money for Jerry's Kids. Fire
Fighters throughout the
nation, have adopted this
charity as their own.
The Muscular Dystrophy
Association, or MDA, is the
recipient of this annual
marathon event that began at
Carnegie Hall in 1955. The 16
1/2-hour show raised
$600,000 that first year.
Last year, the event raised
more than $60 million.
Lighthouse Point Driver
Engineer Mike Sullivan is
organizing his station this
year. "We're going to try to
collect at Sample and Federal


next Friday," says Sullivan,
who traditionally carries the
collected funds to the local
television station during the
marathon.
Pompano Beach Fire
Fighters will add money to
the fund from their collection
sites throughout the city.
"We'll be out there all
weekend," said Lt. Scott
McLellan, a Pompano Beach
fire fighter.
And so will the heat of
September. Temperatures in
the high 90s won't distract
these men and women this
year. They're trying to make
up for last year's low contri-
butions due to weather.
The 2004 hurricane season
had its own marathon with
three storms hitting the state.
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traveled to the West Coast
and Orlando areas to help
with disaster clean up and
rescue.
That put the Jerry Lewis
MDA Marathon on the back
burner. And this year, all fire
fighters hope to make up for
it.
One department started
earlier.
For Broward County Fire
Fighters, there was a cooler
way to raise money for MDA
without dealing with either
the hurricane season or the
hot weather.
Their collections take
place on the ice--ice hockey
that is.
"We practice twice a week
at the Pembroke Pines Ice
Arena," says BSO Captain
Dave Erdman.
The two-hour practice
usually takes place after the
shift gets off morning duty.
Miami-Dade County Fire
Fighters have been playing
both inline and ice hockey for
years, winning medals at the
annual Florida Fire Fighter


Games. Broward Fire Fighters
competed for the first time this
year at the games in Lakeland.
The newly formed Broward
team was defeated by Miami-
Dade, dashing their hopes for a
medal.
"We hosted the game on
Aug. 20," says Erdman. "They
trounced us 7-0. Our team
captain, Tony Walker, wasn't
there, and it showed."
But the event raised $2,000
for MDA through the $5 ticket
charge. Those funds will be
added to the BSO Fire
Department's contributions this
year.
On Labor Day weekend,
BSO will join fire fighters from
other cities with the "Boot"
donations. In fact, it will be
tough to drive in Broward
County without sighting a fire
fighter holding up a boot for
MDA.
They all are hoping that
drivers will be willing to roll
down the windows long
enough to throw some bills and
change into the boots.
Last year BSO donated
more than $40,000 to MDA.


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Bad News Beers ........ 3 1
The Sharks ............2 1
Galuppi's on the Green ... 2 1
Pompano Beach Utilities .. 1 2
Chit Chat's ............. 1 3
Doc's 3" Base Bar & Grill. 0 3
Scores from August 8
Gary's Sports Bar 19...The Sharks 0
Bad News Beers 14..Doc's Grill 13
Chit Chat's 20 .... PB Utilities 0
Scores from August 1
Galuppi's 13 .. . Doc's Grill 5
The Sharks 11.......Chit Chat's 6
Bad News 10....Gary's Sports Bar 4
MONDAY NIGHT MEN'S
SOFTBALL
REC IVB
A Drop Ceiling .......... 3 0
The Knights .............3 0
CSComm. Church......... 1 1
Tile With Style........... 1 1
Tri County Appraisers ...... 1 2
Doc's 3" Base Bar & Grill ..0 2
Lost & Found Church........ 0 3
Scores from August 8
Knights 6 ........ Lost &Found 4
Drop Ceiling 16...... CS Church 5
Tri-County 14 .... Doe's Grill II 2
Scores from August 1
Tile With Style 8....Doc's GrillII 3
Knights 15........... Tri-County3
Drop Ceiling 17......Lost&Found 1
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SOFTBALL REC IV B
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Jackson Marine ..........5 0
St C's/Galuppi's ......... 5 1
Shockers.................4 1
Agape Chiropractic ........4 2
Mortgage Approval Group .4 2
SunMetals ................3 2
CSI...................... 3 2
Great Atlantic Warranty ... .2 3
Skyline.................. 2 4
Budboys .............:."; 1 4
Misque's ....... ........1 4
RivaMotor Sports.......... 1 5
Automatic Slims .......... 0 5
Scores from August 9
St. C's/Galuppi's 12 ....Budboys 7
Misque's 11.... R\ a Motor Sports
Sun Metals 13 .......Auto Slims 6
Great Atlantic 13 .....Agape Chirol2
CSI3 ................ Mortgage 2
Jackson Marine 11........Skyline 3
WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEN'S
SOFTBALL RE.C I B
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Bone Fish Max ...... ...... 1 0
All Stars Sports Bar..........1 0
The Storm/Galuppi's .......... 0
Coral Springs Auto Mall ....... 1 0
The Buccaneer................1 0
Hitmen ...................0 1
CDU's ......................0 1
BagsToGo ............. .. 0 1
Stickmen.. .............' .-. 1
Emergency AC ...............0 1


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unknowns here but they're kings in senior softball


By Chris Mullon
SPORTS WRITER
When you think about
playing ball, you think of
lanky young boys playing
baseball in a park, parents
cheering in the stands, flags
waving and an umpire barking
"play ball." Fast forward a
few years, and these same
players are now adults and the
game has turned to slow-pitch
softball. Strong and swift,
every pitch is a possible home
run, with wives and girl-
friends watching.
Today, it's a blazing hot
morning in August at the 4-
fields ballpark. The players
are older now, mostly retired.
'But the skills are still there
although a little worn. The
enthusiasm is still there too.
This is the Tuesday-Thursday
morning senior slow-pitch
league.
But these are no ordinary
neighborhood softball stars:
Bob Johnson, the manager
and leader, and Tommy
Abramousky, the star hitter,
are both National Senior
Softball Hall-of-Famers. Bob
is the owner of the Mattress
Mart chain and a former
Pompano Beach High School
baseball coach from the early


Batta, Batta, Batta Bob Johnson preapres to swing at a FOur-Fields in Pompano
Beach. [Photo by Chris Mullon]


80s. Tommy is a retired cop
from Dover, New Jersey.
Their tournament team is
the Pompano Beach Bums
and in 2004 the team won
three national titles: ISA
World 65+ bracket title,
USSSA World 65+ title and
the Huntsman Senior Games
Gold Medal out in Saint
George, Utah. The Huntsman
Senior Games are an Olym-
pic-style competition, for
seniors, attracting thousands
of competitors from 56
countries.


kept score for their son and
later for Bob's teams when he
became a senior player. Her
skill is legendary. She once
saved the Pompano Beach
Bums from elimination at a
national tournament in Las
Vegas when she caught a
player on the other team
batting out of order.
Today Bart Grillo, now 80,
no longer playing and the
commissioner of the Tuesday-
Thursday league, and his dog
are sitting with Sandy in the
shade marveling at the fact
that these men almost all of
them over 65 are out on the
field playing in 90-plus


Other Pompano Beach
residents: Ron Porter, a
retired Pompano Park stan-
dardbred trainer, along with
Sal LaFrisco, Gary Smith,
Walt Louden, Frank
Franchini, and Frank Curran
helped make up this team of
All-Stars.
This year, birthdays,
illness and injury have held
them back a little, but they
still have brought back
hardware from tournaments
all over the country.
The scorekeeper that's
Sandy Johnson, Bob's wife -


degree weather. The game
ends and Sid Wolfman, a
senior national team MVP
from years past, walks by and
says "Hi" as does Don
Robere, still an assistant
football coach at Cardinal
Gibbons. Jim Santomassimo
from Palm Aire, a multisport
star in high school and college
and now vice-chairman of the
parks and recreation advisory
board, promises to get the
fields smoothed. "I don't
know how they do it," he
says. "I'm just filling in for a
couple of games and I'm
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By Donna Torrey
GARDEN WRITER
Rarely do we associate
peaches, nectarines and plums
with South Florida. They are
mainly grown in temperate
climates of the world. How-
ever, there are special variet-
ies that will flourish this far


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south. So, if you love these
fruits like I do, read on!
There is so much work
being done with fruit that it's
a world unto itself in horticul-
ture. Each passing year
yields exciting new develop-
ments. The peach, (Prunus
persica), and its cousins, need
a certain number of hours
where the temperature dips
below 45 degrees in order to
allow fruit set. This is known
as the chilling requirement.
Many other fruit trees have
similar needs.
Plant breeders from the
University of Florida have
been able to isolate and
cultivate certain strains or
races of peaches from around
the world to create some that
have a short chilling require-
ment, and these are grafted
on to nematode resistant
rootstock. The process is


very sophisticated, and
evolves over many years.
The result has been
peaches that can be success-
fully grown in subtropical
southern Florida, with only a
50-hour chilling requirement!
Of course, I had to have one in
my own yard as soon as I
found out about them a couple
years ago. I am happy to
report that with very minimal
attention it is thriving, and the
fruit is delicious.
The peach, nectarine, and
plum are native to China.
They are deciduous trees,
which means that they lose
their leaves in winter, even
here. However, when spring
comes in February, they burst
into beautiful pink blossoms, a
sight to behold.
It is a small, slender tree,
reaching about 15 feet, and is
an excellent replacement for


citrus. It should be fertilized
with a good quality organic or
citrus fertilizer in May,
August and December; have
good drainage, full sun and no
drought conditions.
Most importantly, always
buy your fruit trees from local
nurseries that carry the correct
cultivars for our unique
growing conditions.
Go ahead; eat a peach!

Donna Torrey is the
owner of
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St., Pompano Beach. Doors
open every Sunday at 4 p.m.
and games start at 6 p.m.
Open to the public. Call 954-
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The Kiwanis Club of
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For information contact Kaye
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Sightings
Continued from page 16
Water Color Painting
Classes are offered Monday
mornings from 9:30 a.m. to
noon at Wordens Arts &
Crafts. Call 954-941-0326.
AA Meeting every
Monday at 8:30 p.m. in the
sanctuary of Unity Church.
Call 954-943-3715.
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.
Recycling and Solid
Waste Committee meets the
second Monday of each
month at 3 p.m. at the Emma
Lou Olson Civic Center. Call
954-545-7011.
TUESDAY AUG. 30


The NE Focal Point
Senior Center, 227 NW 2nd
St., will host today at noon a
free lecture about "Canes,
walkers, and activities for
Daily Living" with Tracy
Sempowich, from Suncoast
Pharmacy. For information
call 954-480-4446.
The Pompano Primary
Health Clinic will offer a
lecture today on "Diabetes,
Questions and Answers" in
the waiting room. The lecturer
is Diane Harvey, RN, CDE.
For information call 954-786-
5911.
The British Women's
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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.
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Bingo every Tuesday at 7
p.m. at the American Legion


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pool, gym, $399,000. Call 954-
798-6100.8/19


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DIRECT INTERCOASTAL- 4/
2 house near Atlantic and A1 A.
Walk to the beach. Pets OK,
$3,000/mo annual or monthly,
954-785-7630. 8/26
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from beach w/ private courtyard
and all utilities. Available Sept1.
Call 954-592-3959. 8/26
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Available. Cat O.K. Annual
Lease $850/mo. FLS Call 954-
868-9458. 12/01


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BOAT DOCK FOR SALE- used
hydro-hoist left 10,000 Ibs.
Floating walkways, need some
repair, $25,000 OBO. Call 954-
650-9527. 8/26


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9'" floor, southern exposure,
great view, beautifully furn.,
immaculate, $2,200/mo,
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0177. 9/9


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cutting, coredrilling &
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columns, driveways, sidewalks,
patios, asphalt, block, concrete+
steel, gas, diesel, electric,
hydraulic saws, specializing in
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bathroom gutting and toilet
relocations. Bobcat service
available. Serving So Fla since
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located off Sample Rd & Federal
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CLEANING SERVICES-
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THE COMPUTER HELPER.
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Windows and Macs. Unlimited
Free Phone Support. Jim 954-
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Immediate I.D. Cards. 954-Sun-
Save (786-7283).o LOW COST
DENTAL plan- Family $169.95
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60% discounted fees. Individual
$129.95 annually. 954-Sun-
Save (786-7283). 9/01


FOR SALE
EVERYTHING in three-
bedroom Condo. Furniture,
China, Curio Cabinet, Dining
room set, artwork, bureaus and
more. 308 SE 10 Ave. Apt. B,
Pompano Beach. Sat and Sun.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 954-785-
4883. 8/24


MISC FOR SALE
COLLECTOR INTEMS- New/
Used sailing ship cutty sark
knife, pocket watch, also civil
war knives, etc. Call Bill 954-
599-9503. 8/24


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PIZZA MAKER & COOKS-
Disalvo's Lighthouse Point. Call
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Round Robin Tennis
every Tuesday and Thursday
at 3 p.m. at Silver Thatch
Tennis Club. Call 954-784-
9428.
Bingo every Tuesday at


St. Martin's Episcopal
Church. Doors open at 11
a.m. and Bingo begins at
noon. Call 954-941-4843.
BINGO every Tuesday
night at 7 p.m. at the Sterling
McClellan American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 142. Smoking
and non smoking room
available. Call 954-942-2448.


Ballroom Dance Lessons
are offered every Tuesday at
1:30 p.m. at the Pompano
Beach Civic Center. Call
954-786-4111.
Forever Young Social
Dance Group dances to tunes
provided by Disc Jockey Bill
Gilbert every Tuesday from 1


to 4 p.m. at N.E. Focal Point
Senior Center, Deerfield
Beach. Call 954-480-4447.
"Hot Topics" Senior
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p.m. at N.E. Focal Point
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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
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Doors open at 5 p.m. Games
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and 33 St. in Pompano Beach.
954-782-0950.
Low Impact Aerobic
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Wednesday and Friday from
11 a.m. to noon at First
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Beach. Call 954-745-6106 for
more information.
Pompano Beach Jaycees
meet the first and third
Wednesday of the month at
7:30 p.m. at The Greater
Pompano Beach Chamber of
Commerce. Call 954-788-
5562.
Beginner and Review
Bridge Lessons every
Wednesday morning from
9:15 to 11:45 a.m. at Pom-
pano Duplicate Bridge Club,
180 SW 6th St., Pompano
Beach. Call 954-565-3127.
Men's Support Group is
held every Wednesday at 10
a.m. at NE. Focal Point Senior
Center. Call 954-480-4463.
The Kiwanis Club of
Pompano Beach meets for
lunch each Wednesday at
11:45 to 1 p.m. at Galuppi's
Restaurant at the Pompano
Beach Public Golf Course.
Call 954-942-8108.
THURSDAY SEPT. 1
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.


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