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The Pompano


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Briefs

Parcels Plus

assists in

Hurricane Katrina

Relief effort
Bruce Bernstein, owner of Par-
Scels Plus, 2637 E. Atlantic Blvd.,
Pompano Beach, reports that he has
contacted a Parcel Plus in Baton
Rouge, La. that is still in tact.
Berstein says he will ship all do-
nated supplies to relief agencies and
volunteer groups in the affected areas
at no charge.
Items needed are canned and non
perishable foods, baby food, foimu-
lae, blankets, pillows, sheets, bottled
water, batteries, flashlights, soap,
shampoo and pet food.
For a complete list of items, call
Parcels Plus at 954-782-9527

Storm cleaning
plans set for
Pompano Beach

DEBRIS REMOVAL
The City of Pompano Beach is cur-
rently conducting debris removal op-
erations throughout the City. Eight
city crews are dedicated to debris re-
moval and the city has activated its
debris removal contractor to provide
additional support.
Efforts are now focused on the ar-
eas hardest hit and those areas with the
highest concentration of debris. Crews
are currently working in Pompano
Highlands,Cresthaven, Old Pompano,
Liberty Park/Kendall Green, Garden
Isles and the beach area east of the
ICW. Crews will continue to pick up
debris until the first pass is complete.
A second pass will be ordered if it is
necessary.
TRASH COLLECTION,
RECYCLING and BULK PICK
UP
Waste Management has resumed
Normal collection schedules. Do not
mix vegetative storm debris and bulk
pick up items. The debris contractor
has been instructed to collect storm
debris only and the waste manage-
ment crews were instructed not to col-
lect vegetative storm debris. It will be
easier for everyone if the piles are
separated.
For information regarding debris
removal or trash collection please con-
tact us at (954) 545 -7019.


Kristina leaves her mark,


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Even while Florida residents join the rest of the world in the heartbreak of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast areas, they clean up the mess that Hurricane
Kristina left on these shores. Hurricane Kristina hit South Florida on Thursday night, Aug. 25. Above: a Tiki Bar at the Ocean Point Resort on AIA is
destroyed by hurricane winds that passed through Pompano Beach. More than one million South Florida residents were left without power. A week later
most power had been restored.

Lauderdale-by-the-Sea residents take it

on the chin and prepare for busy season


By Fernanda Medici
PELICAN WRITER
About the same time most resi-
dents in South Florida were getting
their power back, Louisiana, Missis-
sippi, and Alabama were getting
annihilated by a much stronger


Katrina.
"It's horrible, but I feel a relief that
we didn't get hit as bad. Most people
here only lost electricity, nothing
else," said Marie Carmo, a resident of
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea (LBTS) who
was enjoying a day at the beach after
the storm passed.


Hurricane Katrina hit South
Florida with winds of 80 mph, leaving
more than one million people without
electricity in Broward and Dade
counties.
A candy store in LBTS was able to

Continued on page 2


County delays beach redevelopment

for second time; requested zoning

change denied for eastern CRA


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
Pompano Beach City Hall was
about as gloomy as it ever gets last
Tuesday.
The bad news came after the
Broward County Commission voted


unanimously to delay the city's
application for a Local Activity
Center, or LAC. An LAC is a zoning
designation that allows more than one
zoning on a single piece of property,
for instance condominium units and
retail stores can be located on the


same property.
The vision for a redeveloped east
Pompano Beach included residential
units atop small and larger retail
shops, referred to as "mixed-use,"
creating a pedestrian-friendly area

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LBTS

Continued from page 1

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chocolate thanks to a bank
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secure the goodies in the safe.
Jan Lendi, owner of Jan's
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when she walked into her
store last Friday morning and
the temperature was over 90
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was not working. The reason
for her desperation was that
two weeks earlier she had lost
about $10,000 when the
compressor on her air-
conditioner blew out and her
candy inventory melted.
"When I walked in, I saw
my little white chocolate
swan, and his head was
hanging," Lendi said.
This time they would have
lost more money, because
according to Lendi, they were
making special chocolates to
use in a photo shoot for their
website.
"I went to make my
deposit at Colonial Bank at
Sea Ranch Lakes Plaza, and I
was telling the manager that I
was going to need a loan,"
Lendi said. "She offered to
store my chocolate in the
bank's safe."
Sea Ranch Lakes Plaza
was one of the places in
LBTS that did not lose power
with the storm. Lendi and her
husband are already looking
into buying a generator to
avoid a repeat scenario.
"The main problem we
had was the loss of electric-
ity," said Ben Zino, owner of


Alesia Boutique on Commer-
cial Boulevard. "But now even
that people are back in town,
no one is shopping."
Zino lost power in his store
for three days, like most
people in LBTS, but he did not
have any extra damage.
S Ravi Shimoh, who works
for Pacific Blue, wasn't happy
about being out of work for
three days. "I lost money
because I didn't work when


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The Aruba Beach Caf6, on
the other hand, lost more than
just the power.
"I still don't know how
much it's going to cost us, but
the whole top roof is gone,"
said Guy Contrada, manager
of the restaurant.
Contrada hasn't figured
his losses from food thrown
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Generations mix it up every month for fun


at St. Elizabeth Adult Day Care Center


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
"If I can't be near the
ones I love, then I'll love the
ones I'm near!"
The words to this old
song describe exactly what
happens when the first
graders and fifth graders
from St. Elizabeth School
come to share activities with
the folks at St. Elizabeth
Adult Day Care Center each
month. Senior faces light up
as the young visitors stream
in. The children respond to
Sthe welcome with affection-
ate smiles and waves. It's as
if they become surrogate
grandparents and grandchil-
dren to each other, making
up for the lack of contact
with their own.
In today's world, families
are scattered and many
seldom see their own grand-
children or grandparents.
Both groups sparkle with the
exchange of love, time and
interest.
"These bimonthly events
create instant bonding
between the generations and
mean a lot to both the


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children and the elderly,"
says Carla Tanner, program
director.
"Indeed they do," Ina
Deal, activities director, nods.
Deal has been a dedicated
staff member since 1987. She
explains the program. "Our
intergenerational program is
renowned in the community
and the surrounding areas. In
addition to the youngsters
from St. Elizabeth School, we
have teens from Miami who
come to spend a day every
summer as part of their
retreat. And nearby Pinecrest
High School students also


There's no generation gap when the young and the elderly share time and activities together! First and Fifth graders from
St. Elizabeth School visit bimonthly and a fine time is had by all. [Photos courtesy of St. Elizabeth Adult Day Center]


come to participate in group
activities two and three times
a year. Our seniors become
involved with the first and
fifth graders as their visits
repeat each month. They
remember them, watch them
grow and love being called
either grandmother, grandfa-
ther or grand friend."
Asked what the young


and old can do together,
Deal answers, "They do
crafts and exercises together
and then have lunch on a one
to one basis."
St. Elizabeth Adult Day
Care celebrates its 25th
anniversary on Sept. 2
Under the auspices of
Catholic Charities, this non
profit, non denominational


day care program has been a
success ever since it began
25 years.ago. It services up
to 52 frail elderly of every
religion and color.
"This fact enhances the
daily experience of our
population," Deal says. "Our
consumers socialize all day

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long, but especially while
enjoying a breakfast of
choice, a hot lunch and 2
p.m. appetizers and cold
drinks. Our members are
with us five days a week
from 7:30 a.m. until 5 p.m.
"During their day here,
they will do bead work or
crafts, attend lectures, and
participate in word, math and
other educational games.
There's a half hour of exercise
each day, live and video
entertainment, speakers, and
table games."
The center offers even
more. Consumers enjoy at
least one field trip a month.
There's a Taster's Choice
Club which allows each
Person to choose a dinner of
his or her choice" Deal says
everyone looks forward to this
monthly event and Chinese
food is a five to one favorite
over Italian, Greek, Mexican
and other ethnic choices.
"Our Pet therapy is used to
give the seniors a chance to
have hands on, interaction
with reality, Deal explains.
"Everyone is crazy about
Chelsea, our center dog. We
have three birds which are
taken care of by the seniors."
With a laugh, she adds,
"We even had a turtle, who
offended a few with his smell
so he was fired from the
program. He came home and
is now my personal pet."


Staff and volunteers keep
the program bubbling and
relevant. Joyce Perl has been a
volunteer in the program since
the early '80s. She says, "My
husband and I used to enter-
tain the seniors with a magic
show. Now, I come alone and
work with crafts. These
people are like family to me. I
don't have money to give, but
I have time and I give it. I also
go to nursing homes to visit
with those who never have
visitors."
Clearly, adult day care at
St. Elizabeth is a win-win
situation. It allows members


of the sandwich generation
to live their lives, keep their jobs
and raise their own children
even as grandma and grandpa
participate in a day of carefully
planned, stimulating activities.
Teresa Longstreet says, "My
husband has been coming to
day care here for at least 10
years and this has enabled me to
survive. They have made Arthur
a happy man by giving him
responsibilities he can handle.
This, in turn, makes him feel he
is contributing to the program.
He's part of their success and in
the process, has become a
success himself doing far better


than anyone thought possible."
To St. Elizabeth Adult Day
Center, congratulations on 25
years of success! Fees are


assessed on a sliding scale. To
volunteer or find out more about
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The newspaper of Pompano Beach, Lighthouse Point and Lauderdale-By-The Sea
ESTABLISHED 1993
Volume XII, Issue 82
Founding Editor and Publisher
Anne Hanby Siren

Graphics: Rachel Ramirez Windsheimer
Bookkeeper: Dottie Hilborn
Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Neuberger, Tom Greene,
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Account Executives: Paul Shroads and Marianne Miccoli
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Pompano Beach Redevelopment


Dare to Lead the Way

By Barry Dockswell
PELICAN WRITER
As many readers know, Pompano Beach has established a CRA (Community
Redevelopment Agency) in the eastern part of the city. The CRA area includes
about 158 acres and runs along Atlantic Boulevard from just west of Federal all
the way east to the beach. It includes at least one block
north and south of Atlantic Boulevard, and it widens to
encompass a larger area east of the Intracoastal Waterway.
A city visioning process, called charrettes, took place in ". "
2001. It involved much work on the part of city staff and
much community participation. It resulted in a Commu-
nity Redevelopment Plan, published in November of that
year. This plan not only provided a comprehensive vision
for the entire redevelopment area, it also painted a unique The Dockswell
and harmonious picture for each subdivision of the area. Dispatch
The plan had community buy-in, and citizens looked
forward to the realization of this vision in the redevelopment area with great
anticipation.
Now, almost four years later, it feels like Pompano Beach has been driving
down a bumpy road. The city has been unable to chart its own course in the
realization of its own vision. For the most part, the agenda has been set by
developers' proposals for example the Swimming Hall of Fame, the Eiffel
Towers project, Atlantic Point, and WCI's Oceanside project. In general there
is nothing inherently good or bad about developers' proposals in fact, I'm
optimistic that the current WCI project will be very good for our city.
The point, as a number of community activists have stated recently, is that
the redevelopment of Pompano Beach should be community driven, not devel-
oper driven. Certainly each project must be economically viable but it-is also
true that the pieces must come together in a pleasant, livable, human-scaled
whole. This can happen if redevelopment is consistent with the vision articu-
lated by the original charrettes.
The city has been striving to become the driver of its own redevelopment
process, but it has been unsuccessful to date. One method the city has tried has
been to seek approval for amending the official land use plan for the eastern
redevelopment area. First the city tried to get the area designated as a Regional
Activity Center (RAC), and, when that effort failed, it tried to get the area
designated as a Local Activity Center (LAC). Either designation would have
allowed the city greater control and flexibility in managing redevelopment than
is possible using just the current zoning regulations under the existing land use
plan.
In a hearing last Tuesday in Fort Lauderdale, Pompano Beach's latest effort
to amend the land use plan for the eastern CRA was unanimously defeated by
the Broward County Commission. The commissioners were reluctant to take
this action because they wanted to be supportive of Pompano's redevelopment
efforts. But they concluded that our city's proposal "wasn't cooked yet." Some
specific flaws were mentioned by the county commissioners, for example, lack
of credible traffic studies, proof of school accommodations, and affordable
housing provisions.
But, the more fundamental reason for the county's action was the failure of
the city to achieve community buy-in to the city's LAC proposal. A well-


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organized opposition group from Pompano Beach was present at the hearing in
force. They provided the vast majority of speakers from the audience. They
submitted a petition and numerous letters to the county expressing their con-
cerns with the city's proposal and their ideas for changing and enhancing it.
In addition, the opponents of the LAC provided a report by an FAU profes-
sor with credentials in urban and regional planning. The author of the report
summarized her concerns from the commission chamber floor. She condemned
the city's traffic analysis as ludicrous, and the proposed density increases as
unclear and in violation of standards. She also accused the city of some techni-
cal legal violations. Finally, she urged the county to delay approval of the LAC
proposal "until appropriate studies can be completed to look at the traffic, to pin
down the number of housing units, and to let the public have a say in the
matter."
In my opinion, some of the opposition to the LAC proposal comes from the
usual suspects, who seem to be against any and all development proposals
which arise in the city of Pompano Beach. In addition, I believe that the mayor
and city commissioners have been trying in good faith to make Pompano Beach
the driver of its own redevelopment plan for the eastern CRA.
But, my personal bottom line is that the county commission made the right
decision. Pompano Beach still needs to make substantial progress in its efforts
to properly control and drive the redevelopment process in the eastern CRA.
The problems remaining have mostly to do with communication, trust, and
leadership.
Throughout the county hearing it was clear to me that there had been
inadequate communication between city officials and county officials. And it
was clear to the county commissioners that, since the original Charrette process,
the citizens of Pompano Beach have not been adequately consulted in the
formation of the city's RAC and LAC proposals.
The result on one hand was that the county commissioners were not primed
to approve the city's proposal. The result on the other hand was that the
concerns of a substantial number of Pompano Beach citizens were not ad-
dressed, community buy-in was not secured, and Pompano Beach's dirty
laundry was aired in the county chambers.
In a sincere spirit of helpfulness, I urge our city mayor and commissioners to
take the following actions.
First, hire a director for the eastern CRA. After the debacle at the county
hearing there is no doubt that city officials lack some combination of time and
motivation to engage effectively on redevelopment issues with the community
and with county officials. The CRA director must ensure that these two critical
communication gaps are filled.
The CRA director must focus on driving the eastern redevelopment area
toward realization of the city's goals (per the charrettes), as opposed to allow-
ing the area to be randomly developed by whichever companies have the most
charm or influence at various moments in time.
The city commission must not only hire a CRA director, it must create a
framework in which that person can succeed. This will require that the mayor
and commissioners declare and adhere to important redevelopment parameters
like the following:
No development projects will be approved by the city unless credible
parking, traffic and school analyses show that the impact to the surrounding
community will be reasonable.
The ten story height limit will not be exceeded, except in the most rare and
compelling cases, and only then with compensating setbacks and/or open
spaces.
New high-rise buildings will not be permitted to be constructed adjacent to
low-rise residential areas. (For example, residents in the portion of the CRA
west of the intracoastal are concerned about the new mixed use projects which
would be allowed by the LAC designation. A mixed-use project would typi-
cally contain retail stores on the first floor, with residential units on the floors
above. Most people welcome such projects, but if such a project is right next to
single family homes or townhouses, it should certainly not exceed two to five
stories in height, depending on setbacks, shadows and other circumstances.)
The city will allocate sufficient public space for parks, community centers
and the like, and will not yield to the temptation to go back on these commit-
ments when developers try to obtain these parcels for additional development.
There will probably always be extremists on one side who favor any devel-
opment and on the other side who oppose all development. But aside from the
radical fringes, I believe that the vast majority of Pompano Beach residents
really do want smart redevelopment in the eastern CRA redevelopment which
respects the needs of residents and commuters, business people and their
customers, tourists and visitors from across town.
Mayor Rayson and Pompano Beach commissioners, we need your strong
leadership now. PLEASE reaffirm the CRA vision, hire a CRA director, and
support that person by setting the right redevelopment parameters. Steer a
steady course which brings us forward on a community driven path of redevel-
opment. Dare to lead the way.


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Friday, September 2, 2005


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Pompano Beach development is at a standstill until Broward

County gives land-use change its thumbs up sign


Continued from page 1
where residents could walk to
shops, restaurants and spe-
cialty stores.
The mixed-use idea started
in 2001 with town meetings
called Charrettes. Prior to that
residents contributed their
thoughts in two visioning
processes.
But stuck with zoning laws
dating back to the days when
gas was cheap, and residential
and commercial zones were
separated, Pompano Beach
development is at a standstill
until the county gives it a
thumbs up.
The delay could move
' eastern development back for
at least one year.
The LAC designation was
a zoning change that would
have sent architects to the
drawing boards to plan for an
updated city.
Pompano Beach officials
were requesting 880 residential
units. But without the LAC, those
mixed-use projects are nothing
more than redevelopment pipe
dreams.
"This is the new urbanism,"
says City Manager Bill Hargett,
explaining that the idea of living,
working and playing in the same
area is how most cities are
redeveloping areas that have been
'declared as "slum and blight."
Four years ago, the beach area
had fallen into that designation.
That led to the CRA, Community
Redevelopment Agency. In a
CRA,.a percentage of property
taxes that would normally be
funneled to other taxing authori-
ties would be returned to a CRA
board to fund redevelopment of
public property.
It's the city's second blow by
the county. Six months earlier,
county officials told Pompano
Beach officials that their request
for the LAC couldn't be ap-
proved unless the city could
detennine where the 880 new
residential units would be placed.
Last Tuesday's meeting did
have a glimmer of hope after the
county's Land Use Planning
Board had given the project its
OXK.
Hoping for an approval this
time, Hargett, Mayor John
Rayson and a contingency from
the city, including residents Bill
Keith and Jesse Guido, arrived
before the county with that
answer. Thirty percent of the
residential units would be
constructed east of the Atlantic
Boulevard Bridge and 70 percent
would be constructed on the west.
But with six months under its
belt, the county corrmissioners
had other issues. Where would
Pompano Beach build affordable
housing in its redevelopment


plan?
The question hit city officials
broadside for two reasons. First,
Pompano Beach has built several
affordable housing units. Most
recently, the city won the All-
America City designation.
Pompano Beach was particularly
praised for its development of a
series of townhouses targeted for
affordable living.
But that meant little to Dr.
Joyce Levine who teaches in the
department of urban and regional
planning at Florida Atlantic
University. Dr. Levine took an
interest in the LAC application at
the of request Tricia Travis,
president of the Cypress Point
Homeowners' Association.
"When I saw the LAC
application, it didn't pass the
smell test," said Dr. Levine.
"What I saw was sloppy at best
and manipulative at worst."
Dr. Levine presented the
County with an eleventh-hour
report that contained a laundry list
of problems that she perceived.
She disputed the numbers used
that indicated less traffic in the
area if the LAC were approved.
She cited the need for affordable
housing in the plan, and she said
the city failed to communicate
adequately with the community
regarding the overall plan
itself.
But, according to Hargett,
Levine made no contact with
the city to confirm or question
the application.
That bothered Keith. "If
she were going to do a
technical analysis of the
application, she should have
gotten information from both
sides. It would have been the
decent thing to do."
Travis has been lobbying
the city to purchase through


eminent domain, the Bell
Shopping Center property on
East Atlantic Boulevard to
build an "Arts Park." Travis
envisions a theater, dance
studio, art gallery and an
outside park.
But taking the property for
public use isn't what the city
wants to do. Such an act
would use CRA funding. The
property, as a public park,
would have no taxable value.
Travis and others had
presented the County with a
petition with 2,000 signatures
for the Arts Park concept.
While the county commis-
sioners appeared to be divided
on the issue for the first hour or
so, the coup 'etat that brought
the vote down, was the lack of
community input. Commis-
sioners agreed it was still
needed before they would
approve the new zoning.
Those people opposed to
the LAC approval outnum-
bered those residents who
wanted the LAC to pass.
"We just didn't get the
community support. Nobody
showed up," said Keith. "A
number of people had ques-
tions, and that caused the
County to have questions."
Commissioner Jim Scott
[District 4] stressed the need
for affordable housing in the
plan. "We need affordable
housing. We can't have our
entire workforce living in
Clewiston."
While there is a state
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But Scott, who says this
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behind, added that the number
of residents complaining
about the lack of input


indicated the LAC just
"wasn't ready to proceed."
Said Mayor Rayson, "We
were down there for four
hours. We had four votes.
Then they agreed to delay it
for six months. The city didn't
come up with consensus from
the community."


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breakfast

The Pompano Beach Chamber of
Commerce will host a Membership
Breakfast at the Classic Residence
by Hyatt, 1371, S. Ocean Blvd.,
Sept. 8 at 7:30 a.m. Cost for mem-
bers is $8, nonmembers, $20. For
more information, call 954-785-
8358.

Horses and the

Handicapped

volunteer training

rescheduled to

Sept. 10
Horses and the Handicapped of
South Florida has rescheduled its
Fall Volunteer Training Orientation
to Saturday, Sept. 10 from 9 a.m. to
noon at the organization's riding
therapy facility at Tradewinds Park
North in Coconut Creek. The train-
ing was originally scheduled for
Aug. 27 but cancelled due to Hurri-
cane Katrina.
"Volunteers are critical to the
success of our program," said Ray
Wolowicz, executive director of
Horses and the Handicapped of
South Florida, which serves Palm
Beach and Broward counties. "This
is a great opportunity for adults and
teens to experience the magic of
therapeutic riding and for students to
earn community service hours while
working with horses and helping
others."
Open to anyone 14 and over, the
training will introduce the organiza-
tion to volunteers and show them
how it helps children and adults with
physical, mental and emotional
difficulties benefit from therapeutic
horseback riding. The majority of
program participants require the
assistance of two side walkers and a
horse handler.
Volunteers are needed to serve as
side walkers, horse handlers and
stable hands during the upcoming
fall session, which begins on Sept.
12. Volunteers are also needed to
assist in the office and to help with
special events. No previous experi-
ence is necessary although a back-
ground in working with horses is
valuable for those who wish to work
as horse handlers. Adults especially
are needed to assist with weekday
classes.
To find out more about the
training program or other ways you
can help, visit www.handhmagic.org
or call the volunteer hotline (954)
974-8889.


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AC POWER PLUS, INC. is ready to

service boats at Pompano Beach

Marina and dockside in Deerfield
By Phyllis J. Neuberger


PELICAN STAFF
Power up in Pompano at AC
Power Plus Marina, 800 S. Federal
Highway at the Aqua Toy Store or
call for dockside service from the
Deerfield Beach location at 81
Deerfield Avenue.
At either place, customers put
their boats in need of servicing and
repair in the hands of boaters with a
lifetime of knowledge. Parts are
high quality Yanmar diesel engines,
gas and diesel generators, AC boat
units-and more.
David Haley is Service Manager
of the Pompano Marina and Noah
Kane is Service Manager of the 12
year, Deerfield operation. Owner,
Harry Kane lends a knowing hand at
both locations.
Haley has headed up the marina
service business in Pompano since
Kane took over in January of 2005.
Coming into his air conditioned
office from the outside heat, he
mops his brow and sits down to talk
about his background.
"I received most of my boat
repair training and knowledge in the
10 years I served in the U.S. Coast
Guard where we did complete
maintenance on up to 41-foot
vessels. Since then, I've run several
marina service shops and also have a
background in high performance
race boats. I've worked for perfor-
mance boat companies rigging and
building actual race boats so I'm
equipped to do this aspect of boating
maintenance as well."
He continues, "We're certified to
repair, replace and do complete
engine maintenance for Mercury,
Mariner, Mercrusier and Yanmar.
With a 25 ton travel lift and a 10 ton
fork lift, haul-outs are easy for boats
up to 48-feet." Bottom painting,
done only in Pompano, includes
haul-out, cleaning, preparation and
painting. Customers should plan on
being out of the water for about two
days. Haley says, "Bottom painting
is basic care for boats that stay in the
water. It should be done every one
to two years."
AC Power Plus services and sells
new generators and engines as well
as air conditioning units. According
to Haley, if a generator is serviced
every six months, it should last five
years or more. In the case of air
conditioning units, he advises,
"Check and clean filters monthly
and remove debris from sea strainers


Bottoms up! Haul ups are easy at the Pompano Beach Marina, 800 S. Federal Highway, with its 25
ton travel lift and 10 ton fork lift. Owner of the service marina on left, Harry Kane, checks out the next
boat being prepared for painting and service with service manager, David Haley. [Photo by Phyllis
J. Neuberger]


as soon as possible. Service your AC
every year."
Continuing, he says, "We service
under Mercury recommendations for
100 hour service to maintain engines
properly. We also repair broken
engines and carry parts to cover
most problems. We have certified
Verado technicians to repair com-
puters from Mercury."
Much of the business that comes
to AC Power Plus Marina is from
word of mouth referrals. Boat
owners like Jeff Welch of Pompano
keep this year 'round business


going. "I own a 34 Sea Ray and
bring it here for servicing," he says.
"The work is done on time, as
promised and at a reasonable price. I
highly recommend them to my
boating friends."
The Pompano location is open
Monday Friday from 8 a.m. 5
p.m. Call 954-784-9011 for further
information or for bottom painting
appointment.
The Deerfield location is open
Monday Friday from 8 a.m. 5
p.m. Call 954-421-3443 for
dockside service.


Broward County Greenways update
Mark Horowitz will bring a powerpoint program on the Greenways
System, a countywide network of safe, clean, bicycle and equestrian paths,
native trails and waterways. Greenways provide alternate modes of
transportation by connecting each neighborhood to conservation lands,
parks and recreation facilities, cultural and historic sites, schools and
business areas.
Anne Kolb Nature Center is located on the North side of Sheridan Street,
East of U.S. 1. Doors open at 7 p.m. The meeting is open to the public at
no charge.


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Fewer fill-ups at gas


stations as prices soar


By Brad Degnan
PELICAN WRITER
Everyone knows that gas
prices are at an all time high.
Prices jumped even further
after Katrina blew through
South Florida and then up the
Gulf to Louisiana, Alabama
and Mississippi.
About a quarter of all
gasoline that comes into this
country goes through refiner-
ies located in the Gulf.
Virtually all of those refiner-
ies are out of commission at
this time. AS a result, prices
rose overnight Wednesday.
, They are predicted rise even
more.
For a state that has no
pipelines directly going into it
and no refineries, Florida is
not doing as bad as other
states. For instance, in Ohio,
prices jumped 50 cents a
gallon on Tuesday. Georgia
jumped 40 cents and Maine
rose 30 cents overnight.
A quick survey of gas
stations around Pompano
Beach from just west of Dixie
on Atlantic, east to the beach
and north to Copans found
most gas stations had their
price for regular grade gas at
$2.79. Others though set the
price at $2.89 and the cheap-
est was $2.69 at a Shell on
Atlantic and NE 5 Avenue.
An employee at the Citgo
on U.S. 1 and NE 6 Street
said that the station has been
adjusting its prices up to three
times a day.
"Sometimes the boss
checks the market price
several times a day and has
me raise it," said Riza
Alphan.
Alphan said that there has
been no real slow down in
business, but says their price
could be up to $3 within the
week.
Depending on need, they
receive shipments of gas two
to three times a week. The


Race Trac west of Dixie on
Atlantic is a very busy gas
station. According to the Co-
Manager Altgrace they
receive three shipments a day.
"We survey the whole
street and send our figures to
corporate. They make the
final pricing decision,"
Altgrace said. She went on to
say that they could theoreti-
cally change their prices every
shift. That actually happened
on Wednesday.
Most station attendants
said the number of people
buying gas hasn't slowed
down, but the amount of gas
they are buying has dropped.
The price of gas is deter-
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make up 26 percent. Refining
costs take up 15 percent, and
marketing, distribution and
profits round off the remain-
ing ten percent.
The price of crude oil fell
slightly between Tuesday and
Wednesday to settle at about
$69 per barrel. Even though
the highest percentage of the
cost of gas fell, the price of
gas still rose dramatically due
to fears of a possible shortage
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SOCIAL MATTERS


Convince Broward County that your lawn needs a

911 emergency makeover, and you'll win one


Broward

County Offers

Residents a

Free Yard

Makeover

Television-

Style Contest

Runs in

September

SPECIAL TO THE PELI-
CAN
You've seen the TV
shows with makeovers that
turn neighbors' heads. Now,
one lucky Broward County
resident has a chance to win a
complete new yard! An-
nouncing the NatureScape
Broward Makeover contest.
A team of landscape
experts will design the grand
prizewinner's yard according
to NatureScape Broward
landscaping principles. The
NatureScape Broward
program focuses on simple
ways to create and maintain
Florida-friendly yards that
conserve water, reduce
pollution and provide native
habitat for wildlife. There are
nearly 1,000 certified
NatureScape yards, schools
and businesses in Broward
County. The city of Coconut
Creek in Broward County is
the first city to be certified in
Florida.


A team of landscape experts will design the grand prizewinner's yard according to NatureScape Broward landscaping principles. The NatureScape Broward
program focuses on simple ways to create and maintain Florida-friendly yards that conserve water, reduce pollution and provide native habitat for wildlife.


The winner's yard design
may showcase ideas such as:
Mulched beds of beauti-
ful native plants that require
little to no water or fertilizer
Native shade trees placed
to reduce air-conditioning
costs


ing a water feature for butter-
flies and birds
Ultra-efficient irrigation
system that waters in zones
according to plant needs
Solar powered decorative
lighting
Driveway or walkway


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JM Family-Style breakfast


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Deerfield Beach High School teachers (L-R) Brooke Carter, Suzanne Sanders, Leanne Winn, and Jessica Falcon
enjoy breakfast provided by JM Family Enterprises on August 2. The "Back to School Breakfast" was held as
part of the School Board of Broward County's Executive Partnerships Program. JM Family has several associates
participating in the program, including Mike Stark, vice president of sales planning for JM Family's subsidiary,
Southeast Toyota Distributors, LLC. Stark is partnered with Deerfield Beach High School principal Kathleen
Martinez. "Having JM Family as our program partner is a major advantage," said Martinez.


reduce stormwater runoff
How to Enter
Visit the NatureScape
Broward website at
www.broward.org/
naturescape to print a registra-
tion form and review contest
rules. Interested Broward
County residents must submit a
completed form along with
videotapes, photos, or drawings
and a 100-word or less descrip-
tion of why their yard deserves
to win a NatureScape Broward -
makeover. Entries can be
dropped off at all Broward
County Library locations,


Gone Fishin'
Lee Waldo and Sandy Johnson
have been covering social events
in the three cities of Pompano
Beach, Lighthouse Point and
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea for
nearly a year. They will take a
well-deserved vacation this week
and return on Sept. 16 with the
latest scoops on the social hap-
penings around town. Be sure to
email Socialpelican @aol.com
with your next party.


Starbucks Coffee locations in
Broward County, Fort Lauder-
dale City Hall and other
locations from September 1-30.
The winner will be an-
nounced in November and the
yard transformation will take
place in January 2006. For
more information, call
NatureScape Broward (954)
519-0317 or visit
www.broward.org/naturescape.
Naturescape is a program of
the Broward County Commis-
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Sightings

Sightings is a weekly
calendar for 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
The Lauderdale By The
Sea Garden Club will be
hosting its meeting Sept. 12th
at Jarvis Hall, located on A1A
in Lauderdale By The Sea.
"Tea at 2" will begin at 2
p.m. and will feature our new
President Christine Carlson
describing all the fun activi-
ties planned for the year.
Guests are welcome .LBTS
Garden Club meets the second
Monday of each month at
9:30 a.m. at Jarvis Hall.
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. Please save labels
from Campbell Soup,
Pepperidge Farm, V-8 Juice
and Swanson's Broth and
canned poultry. 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. Call 754-
322-2033.


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.
RELIGIOUS ORGANI-
ZATIONS
The Saints Christian
Homes School Athletic
Assoc., Inc. is accepting
registrations for the fall term
beginning in Sept. The Chris-
tian Homes School Assoc. is a
professional physical educa-
tion for homeschoolers ages 5-
18 that meets in 12 different
locations. Call 954-717-4428
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.


New Life Flea Market -
Sept. 17,2140 NW 2 St., Pom-
pano Beach. Spaces $25. Dead-
line Sept. 3. Call 954-917-5654.
The Congregation Beth
Shalom of Coconut Creek,
plans the tenth trip to Israel.
Join them on Thursday, Nov. 3,
for a 15-day trip to Israel. The
cost of the trip is $2700 for
double occupancy and $495 for
a single supplement..Call 954-
975-4666.
The 12th 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.

Continued on page 13


Pompano Beach First
Church of-the Nazarene
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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
954-42-3533


SSt. Philip
Episcopal Church
465 N.W. 15th St. Pompano Beach
954-785-2437
Ro.' Loinemore Chiwcshe
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Services- 8 a m. & 10 30 a.m. Morning Prayer & Communion:
Mon., Tues., Wed., 9 a.m.
Nursery & Sunday School 10:30 am. ., ., ,
e 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


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and in all people Knowing ad accepting this, we embrace people of every race, every color every creed, and every
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One Block Northeast of Copans Road and US-1
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Fridav, September 2, 2005









Pompano readies for olympic-sized swimming pool


By Chris Mullon
SPORTS WRITER
If you noticed that Com-
munity Park is looking a little
torn up, phase one of an
extensive, planned renovation
project is just getting started.
Right now, parking and tennis
improvements are underway.
By the end of
phase two, a
few years -i
down the
road, just
about every
part of the MULLON
city's flag-
ship park will
have been improved.
Also underway in the park
is the construction of a new
Olympic-sized swimming
pool and renovation of the
existing pool along with a
new building housing offices
and changing facilities for
both pools. The old pool will
be closed in the fall and is
expected to reopen at the
same time as the new pool


late in 2006. Just in time for
the new pool at Mitchell-
Moore Park to begin construc-
tion.
With the help of more than
a few grants, Pompano Beach
is going through the largest
parks expansion in the city's
97-year history. Two new
civic centers were built and
another acquired with the
annexation of Pompano
Highlands and four new parks
will have been opened. All
completed in a six-year
period.

Beach Bums bring home
the gold

They did it again. Since
appearing in the Pelican, the
Pompano Beach Bums played
at the ASA World Slowpitch
Softball Championships in
Manasas, Virginia and won
the 65+ age group. Ironically,
Pompano Beach resident Ron
Porter is a member of Dixie
Gas out of West Palm Beach,


the team that lost to Bob
Johnson's Pompano Beach
Bums in the final game.
Junior Lifeguards show
force at national games
In other news, our Pom-
pano Beach, junior lifeguards
held did well at the National
Championships held in
Virginia Beach. Almost 500
competitors from both coasts
competed in the event, and
even though the beginning of
the school year kept the roster
a little thin, our junior life-
guards were still a force.
9-11 age group: 4th place
Swim Relay-Descartes
Holland, Carlton Gillespie/
Kaley Ford, Jennie Ford,
Amanda Ford.
12-13 age group: Distance
Swim (boys)-5th place Erik
Erton, 9th place Leon Legot.
Distance Swim (girls)- 3rd
Alexandria Sutton, 5th Katie
Quinn. Distance Paddle
(boys)- 4th Leon Legot, 6th
Peter Ciappetta. Distance
Paddle (girls)- 4th Alexandria


Sutton, 8th Chelsea Anderson,
9th Katie Quinn. Swim Relay-
2nd place Alexandria Sutton,
Leon Legot, Katie Quinn,
Chelsea Anderson, Erik
Erton. Swim Relay- 7th place
Jess Fortin/ Lauren Gillespie,
Catherine Clementi, Julia
Price, Elizabeth Blair. Rescue
Relay (rescuer/victim)- 3rd
place Erik Erton/Leon Legot,
4th place Katie Quinn/
Alexandria Sutton. Run-
Swim-Run (boys)- 6th place
Erik Erton. Ironguard (boys)-
8th place Peter Cippetta.
Ironguard (girls)- 2nd Katie
Quinn, 4th Alexandria Sutton.
Distance Run (girls)- 2nd


Margaux Militello, 7th Katie
Quinn. Beach Flags (girls)-
4th Chelsea Anderson, 5th
Alexandria Sutton, 6th
Margaux Militello, 10th
Katherine Clementi.
14-15 age group: Beach
flags (girls)- 3rd place
Chelsea Foy, 10th place
Ashley Applebaum. Rescue
Relay (rescuer/victim)- 8th
place Ashley Applebaum/
Chelsea Foy.
16-17 group: Distance
Paddle (boys)- 9th David
Doll. Beach Flags (girls)- 8th
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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.
SERVICES


The NE Focal Point Adult
Care Center promotes social,
physical and psychological
well-being to encourage inde-
pendence through individual
programming and activities for
person 18 or older in Broward
and Palm Beach Counties. For
more information,call 954-422-
5810.
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NE Focal Point in Deerfield


Beach offers stimulating pro-
grams for adults over 18 with
special needs such as: Stroke,
Parkinson's Developmentally
Disabled and early memory loss
individuals. 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. To sign up in Pom-
pano Beach, go to the beach
cleaners sign south of the pier at
playground pavilion.ForLBTS,
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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some of the finest restaurants in
Broward County. They provide
an upscale climate for quality
singles to dine, meet, and
mingle. Call 954-723-9608.
TODAY
Splash and a Movie from
6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Quiet
Waters Park in Deerfield Beach.
Spend half of the time in the
Splash Adventure water park
and the other half watching a
children's movie. The costs $6
and it includes the choice of a
hot dog or a slice of pizza,chips
and a soda.

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open for its 42nd season of
harness racing on Friday,
September 2. New additions
to the track include a com-
pletely resurfaced racing oval,
exciting season long promo-
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stakes races and hopeful
finalization of slot machine
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cushion giveaway to the first
1,000 fans to purchase a
Pompano Park program, the
3rd round of the Florida
Sunshine Stakes for two and
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Trotting Series throughout the
month of February.
SAs part of the festivities
surrounding the Isle of Capri
Pacing Series in February,
Pompano Park will feature the
inaugural Miss Isle of Capri
Pageant for women residents
of Broward County ages 18 to
25 that will feature more than
$10,000 in cash and prizes.
Pompano Park's driver/
trainer colony will be headed
by Bruce Ranger, the all time
winningest driver in track
history, Wally Hennessey,
Kevin Wallis, George
Napolitano, Jr., David
Ingraham, John Kakaley and
Walter Ross, Jr. Top trainers
include Gordon Noiris, Rod
Lorenzo, Jim McDonald, Tom
Beckette, George Napolitano,
Jr. and Joe Pavia, Jr.
The tracks elegant Top of
the Park Restaurant will open
for the winter season on
Wednesday, November 30.
On Saturday, January 21,
Pompano Park will feature a
Handicapping Contest involv-
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and the Meadowlands simul-
cast with $25,000 in cash and
prizes.
The world's only horse
racing fireworks stunt show,
Hot To Trot, featuring Austra-
lian trainer/driver Vincent
Silvestro and his amazing
horse, Hand Me Silver, will
take place on Saturday,
January 28.
Live racing and poker will
be Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday through November.
The track will add Mondays

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Racing
Continued from page 14

to the live schedule for
December, January, February,
March and April.
The Poker Room at
Pompano Park has become so
popular that there have been
additional daily tournaments
added to the current schedule
for the season. The Poker
Room is open on live race
days from noon to midnight
and is smoke-free.
With hopeful passage of
rules and regulations for slot
machines at the four Broward
County pari-mutuel facilities
this fall, Pompano Park and its
parent company, the Isle of
Capri Casinos, Inc. will begin
construction of a 157,000
square foot Racino next to the
Existing Clubhouse. The
Racino will house an esti-
mated 1,800 slot machines, 30
poker tables and racing
amenities, plus two signature
Isle of Capri Restaurants and a
Food Court that should be
completed within eight
months of breaking ground.
"We are very excited about
this new season." Said track
General Manager Dick
Feinberg. "There is a lot of
great events in store for both
racing and poker players and
with enabling legislation for
slot machines at Pompano
Park, everyone can look
forward to the future for major
positive changes to happen
starting this season."


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MONDAY NIGHT ME
SOFTBALL
REC III

Gary's Sports Bar
Bad News Beers
The Sharks
Galluppi's on the Green
Pompano Beach Utilities
Chit Chat's
Doc's 3~ Base Bar & Grill
Scores from August 22


Skyline 4 4
Sun Metals 3 3
Riva Motor Sports 3 5
Great Atlantic Warranty 2 4
Budboys 2 5
d Misque's 2 5
Automatic Slims 0 7
N'S Standings as of August 27
Scores from August 23
Mortgage Group 8 ..... Auto Slims 1
W L Misque's 13 ..... Jackson Marine 10
Shockers 10 ... Agape Chiropractic 5
5 1 Budboys 7 ..... Riva Motor Sports 4
4 1 Skyline 6 ...........Sun Metals 3
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Co-Dominance
By Donna Torrey
GARDEN WRITER
It's a word that knowl-
edgeable arborists are familiar
with. It means, in a nutshell,
that a tree has two leaders. It
also means that they share
bark; called "included bark,"


much like Siamese twins.
Many of our South Florida
native trees naturally form
co-dominance unless they are
trained while young and one
of these leaders is "subordi-
nated," by being pruned off,
or shortened.
In our world of yearly,
and sometimes multiple
incidences of high wind
events, nature has adapted by
allowing a tree two or more
chances before it is killed by
high winds, because what
happens in a co-dominant
trunk situation is that one of
them inevitably breaks off,
allowing the other one to take
over. In a way, it just allows
nature to subordinate it.
This is an amazing
adaptation and is fine in a
natural landscape, but in our
urban yards and neighbor-
hoods it can be devastating to


our homes and lives, as we
have seen in the past week.
This picture was taken at my
home.
It's a Red Bay, (Persea
borbonia), which I planted
some ten years ago. Alas, at
the time, I wasn't paying


attention to its codominant
growth pattern. (Notice the
included bark?) A couple of
years ago, I did notice it but
by that time, decided to let it
play out.
Last year, it survived two
hurricanes remaining totally
intact, so I thought it was safe.
During Katrina, however,
around 5 p.m. when we lost
power and got some of the
strongest sustained winds, we
heard a very loud crack.
Fortunately, the large limb
was far enough away from the
house and didn't cause any
damage.
Each year of these devas-
tating hurricanes we learn
more lessons. Nature is very
pragmatic. The Earth is
created to survive and the fact
that the coast is still here is a
testament to that. I heard one
official in New Orleans say


that in the future, we will
need to respect the wetlands
more. In a city built below
sea level, completely in the
watershed, there is an extreme
example of co-dominance
going on. Nature took back
that which was hers; we have
to know now, who the leader
is.
Donna Torrey is the
owner of The Garden Gate
at Sears, located at the
Pompano Citi-Centre. 954-
783-1189,
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Prep Time: 10 minutes
Bake Time: 25 minutes
1 can (10 3/4 ounces)
Campbell's Condensed
Cream of Celery Soup
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1/2 cup milk
1 cup cooked peas
2 tablespoons chopped
pimiento (optional)
2 cans (about 6 ounces each)
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2 cups hot cooked medium
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2 tablespoons dry bread crumbs
1 tablespoon butter or margarine, melted
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BAKE at 400F for 20 minutes.
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Cheesy Chicken & Rice Bake
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Bake Time: 45 minutes
1 can (10 3/4 ounces)
Campbell's Condensed
Cream of Chicken Soup
(regular or 98% fat free)
1 1/3 cups water
3/4 cup uncooked regular
long-grain white rice
1/2 teaspoon onion powder
1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
1 1/2 pounds skinless, boneless
chicken breast halves (about 4)
1 cup shredded Cheddar
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black pepper in 2-quart shallow baking dish.
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Serves 4 to 6
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1/2 cup sour cream
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1 medium onion, chopped
1 teaspoon chili powder
2 cups chopped cooked turkey

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green chiles
8 lour tortillas (8-inch), warmed
1 cup shredded Cheddar or

Monterey Jack cheese
MIX soup and sour cream.
HEAT butter in saucepan. Add onion and chili
powder and cook until tender. Add turkey,
chiles and 2 tablespoons soup mixture.
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Prep/Cook Time: 25 minutes
1 can (10 3/4 ounces) Campbell's
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1/8 teaspoon pepper
2 cups cubed cooked turkey
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I can (about 8 ounces) whole kernel
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MIX soup, pepper, turkey and corn in
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Prep Time: 20 minutes
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1 pound bulk pork sausage
1 cup chopped celery
1 small onion, chopped
1 small each green and red bell
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1 can (4 ounces) chopped green
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8 slices firm white bread, cubed
4 eggs, beaten well
3 cups milk
1 can (10 3/4 ounces) Campbell's
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3 cups shredded mild
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SATURDAY Sept. 3
The First United Method-
ist Church, 217 NE 3 St., Pom-
pano Beach, holds every sec-
ond and fourth Saturday of ev-
ery month an antique collector
Flea market, from 8:30 a.m. to
2:30 p.m. For more informa-
tion, call 954-946-3420.
MONDAY Sept. 6
HAPPY LABOR DAY
TUESDAY AUG. 30
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.
Bingo every Tuesday at 7
p.m. at the American Legion
SAuxiliary Unit 142 in Pompano
Beach. Kitchen open 5:30 p.m.
to 7:30 p.m. Open to the public.
Call 954-942-2448-0#.
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. andBingo
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 avail-
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Pompano Beach Lighthouse
Rotary meets Tuesdays at 7:30
a.m. at Ronnie B's Taste of the
50's Restaurant. Call 954-972-
7178.
WEDNESDAY Sept. 7
The Exchange Club of Pom-
pano Beach meets every
Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. for
lunch at the Flaming Pit Res-
taurant, 1150 N Federal Hwy.
Call 954-946-4676 for further
details.
Pompano Beach Moose
Lodge Bingo Every Wednes-
day Night. 20 games. Doors
open at 5 p.m. Games start at7
p.m. Dixie highway and 33 St.
in Pompano Beach. 954-782-
0950.a
Pompano Beach Jaycees
meet the first and third Wednes-
day of the month at 7:30 p.m. at
The Greater Pompano Beach
Chamber of Commerce. Call
954-788-5562.
The Kiwanis Club of Pom-
pano 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 .8
Jazzercise Lite, a low im-
pact version ofjazzercise is of-
fered by the focal point senior
center in Deerfield Beach. Ev-


ery 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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p.m. at the Emma Lou Olson
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pano Beach.
Bingosponsored by the city


of Lighthouse Point Senior Cen-
ter. Every Thursday from 1 to 3
p.m. at the Dixon Ahl Recre-
ation. Call 954-946-6398.


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for their generous donations and support for this event


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Ahearn, Jasco & Company
All County Tree & Landscape Co
All Service Refuse
Allied Appraisal Services Inc
Altec Industries
American Battery Company
American Coach Lines, Inc.
American Legion Auxiliary Unit 142
Ampros Trophy Kings Fla Inc.
Anglesea Pub
A-QC Group Corporation
Arizona Beverage
Armando's Salon
Artistic Building Accents
Asphalt Consultants, Inc.
Atlantic Truck Center
Bamman, Giunta, & House, P.A.
Baskin Robbins
Bateman, Gordon & Sands, Inc.
BDI Construction Company
Beach Raker
Beached Management Inc
Bell Painting, Inc.
BellSouth
Benihana
Bennett Auto Supply
Berkman, Jorgensen, Masters & Stafman
Blount Plumbing
Body Spot
Broward County Transit
Burdines/Macy's
Butterfly World, Tradewinds Park
Caffe Giuseppe-Caffe Roma
Cafe Maxx
Calypso Caterers
Carolina Club
Capital Construction Services
Carpenter Contractors
Carrabba's Italian Grill
CDM
Certified Roofing Specialists Inc
Champps Restaurant
Cheetah Pompano
Chez Porky's
Chit Chat's Lounge
Chuck's Backhoe Service, Inc.
Cleaning Systems Inc
Coastal Comfort
Comcast
Comet Fence Company
Corcel Corp


Costco Wholesale
Creative Cuisine Catering
Crowder-Gulf Disaster Recovery
Currents Magazine
Custom Fabrication
Cypress Printing Center
Dandee Donuts
DiTocco Kollaborative Group
Doc's Plumbing
Double Eagle Distributor
Driscoll's Towing
Ed Morse Acura
Einstein Brothers
Envirodyne, Inc.
Faison-Pompano Citi Centre
First Class European Authorized
Firststaff, Inc. dba Talent Tree
Fisherman's Wharf Restaurant
Florida Builder Appliances
Florida Electrical Contracting
Fort Lauderdale Collections
Fort Lauderdale Ice
Frank Furman Insurance
Frank's Ristorante
Galaxy Skateway
Galuppi's On The Green
Gianni's Ristorante
Glass Bottom Boat
Gold Coast Beverage
Gordy's Equipment of Broward, Inc.
Grainger
Gratefull Thread
Green Florida Development
Greg Purcott Productions
Griffin Tile Stone & Marble
G.T. Builders
Gym Source Miami, Inc.
Hadco Aluminum and Metals Corp.
Hair by Donna
Harbor Village Cleaners
Harry Newstreet Associates Inc.
Helen S
Hinkle & Richter, LLP
Honey Baked Ham Co.
Hostess Cakes
Hotchkiss
Houstons Restaurant
Insituform Technologies/dba: O.T.
Intercounty Engineering, Inc.
Iron Stone Bank
J Alexanders
Jet's Pizza
J & J Products Unlimited
John Deere Landscapes
Johnson Environmental Services
Jungle Queen Inc.
Keith & Associates Inc
Kelly's Chemical Supplies


Kennesaw Fruit & Juice
Latite Roofing & Sheet Metal
Laurie & Stephanie Conway
Law Office of Edward J. Chandler
Leahchem Industries, Inc.
Lightbulbs Unlimited
Lion Country Safari
LMCIS, Inc.
Lou Bachrodt Chevrolet
MacLean & Ema
Malcolm Pirnie Inc.
Martin's Pastry Shoppe, Inc.
McWane Cast Iron Pipe Company
Merritt's Boat & Engine Works
MillerAppraisal Group Inc
Mills Electric Service, Inc
Mimmo's Italian Restaurant
Moore & Company
Motion Industries
Muvico Theaters
National Waterworks
Nextran Truck Center
Nick's Italian Restaurant
North Ridge Electric, Inc.
Nutrition Depot
Nu Turf of Pompano Beach, Inc.
Nugent & Associates, Inc.
OneSource Landscape &Golf Services
Outback Steakhouse
Pamper Pool
Pango Pango Swimwear
Paradise Beach Resort
Pepsi
Parcels Plus
Paul N Gardner Company
PBS&J
Peter Kehoe & Associates
Phil Smith Ford of Pompano /
Pilot Steel, Inc.
Pinch A Penny
Plymovent of Florida
Pompano Beach CivicAssociation
Pompano Beach Credit Union
Pompano Beach Marine Center, Inc
Pompano Bowl
Pompano Discount Liquors
Pompano Housing Authority
Pompano Lincoln Mercury
Pompano Park Racing
Pompano Plaza, Ltd
Pompano Tire & Auto
Publix Super Markets, Inc.
Ramada Inn Ocean Beach Resort
Repro Products, Inc.
Restaurant Depot
Rick McKenzie
Rinker Materials
R.H. Zbikowski MAI, SRA, ASA


Robert Thomas Associates, Inc.
Robert Walters Architects
Ronnie B's Taste of the 50's
Roof Systems Services, Inc.
Rowe Construction
Runyon's
S. Florida Windows & Doors, Inc.
Safety Products, Inc
Sam's Canvas & Interiors
Sands Harbor Hotel
Sawgrass Recreation Park
Scharf & Associates Architects
Sea Diversified Inc.
Sea World Seafood Dist.
Seacoast Window and Door
Seawood Builders
Solo Printing Inc.
South Florida Decorative Concrete Inc.
Southeast Truck Specialists, Inc.
Southern Armature & Pump Co.
Southern Wine & Spirits
Sports Plus
Speed Indoor Racing
Sterling McClellan Post 142
Stimpson Co., Inc.
Sun Belt Medical Supply Inc
Sun Gard H.T.E. Inc.
Sun Recycling Inc
Suncoast Roofers Supply
Taha Marine Center
Ten-8 Fire Equipment Inc
The Auto Spot
The Corradino Group
The Corvette Store
Thermo King
Thompson Pump & Mfg Co, Inc.
Toshiba Business Solutions
Trio Development Corp
Tri-R Landscape Maintenance
Troy Industries Inc.
Uhel Polly Hauling Inc
Umberto's of Long Island Restaurant
Unique Marine
Walker Canvas Awning, Inc.
Walter H Keller Inc,Consulting Engineers
Walmart
Walmart Supercenter
Waste Management
Webster's Team Sports
Wendy's International
Welling Construction, Inc.
William A.Webb & Associates
Williams Paving Company
Wings 'N Things
Winn Dixie
Wireless 1 of S Florida Inc
World Electric Supply
Yak-Zies
Zimmerman Zimmerman & Miceli, P.A.


A Big thank you to the 4th of July Celebration Committee, the Pompano Pelican,

Volunteers, City Staff and BSO District 11 who worked to make this event a great success!


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extra income after taking
course. Flexible schedule,
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Call 954-481-8966. Small fee
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**CIRCLE** DRIVER- will drive
you to the airport, seaport,
errands, appointments,
reasonable, dependable. Call
954-429-2780, cell 954-295-
4531.10/7


ALL-INCLUSIVE Payroll
Service. $42.99/month. Up to
five employees. $99 one-time
set-up fee. 954-481-8966. 9/2
CONSTRUCTION- Concrete
cutting, coredrilling &demolition,
slabs, walls, beams columns,
driveways, sidewalks, patios,
asphalt, block, concrete+ steel,
gas, diesel, electric, hydraulic
saws, specializing in wall
removals, for additions,
bathroom gutting and toilet
relocations. Bobcat service
available. Serving So Fla since
1999. Low prices, lic, insured.
Call 561-929-3093. Yard/shop
located off Sample Rd & Federal
Hwy. 8/26
CLEANING SERVICES-
honest, dependable, very
thorough, excellent references.
Call 954-682-0002. 9/2
THE COMPUTER HELPER.
Pickup and Deliver, Repair and
Configure, Setup and Explain
Windows and Macs. Unlimited
Free Phone Support. Jim 954-
946-2999 12/31


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


HELP WANTED
MEDICAL ASST. DOCTORS'
OFFICE- Front &back. 2+ yrs
exp. $11 +/hr. Flexible hrs. 1-95
&Sample. Fax resume to Ofc.
Mgr. at 954-781-8938. Indicate
PT or FT. 9/23
OPERATIONS MANAGER-
Plan, direct & coordinate
operations of a travel agency.
Coordinate travel
arrangements, operations
utilizing int'l basic Sabre.
Fluency in Portuguese +3/yrs
exp req. Chanteclair Travel
Agency. 1359 Broadway#1004,
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FLEXITECK POMPANO- makers of
boat deck panels is hiring F/T cutters.
Applicants should be creative with
hands. Call 954-973-4335. 8/26
PIZZA MAKER & COOKS- Disalvo's
Lighthouse Point. Call Charlie at 954-
781-8330. 9/2


SECRETARY Computer literate.
Afternoons. Good Pay. Good Hours.
Call 954-781-7310. 9/19
WANTED HAIR STYLIST- nail tech,
facialist and LMP. Must have some
following, 954-427-3959/ 954/868-
1894. Mmc
HOUSEKEEPER- 4 hrs/day Monday
through Friday. Call 954-942-8768. 8/
12


MECHANICS NEEDED- For diesel &
gas engines. Also boatyard help bottom
painting, etc. 954-421-3443. Mmc
NOW HIRING- delivery drivers, dish
washers; cashiers, kitchen prep, line
cooks. Peyote Joe's, Pompano Beach,
954-943-6000. MMC
POSITIONS OPEN for Hairstylist/
Manicurist and LMT Massage. All with
some following. Pompano Beach
Location. Call 954-868-1894. PSc


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manager with strong cust svc skills
and tax background to supervise local
office. Fax resume to 954-783-5343 or
email to libertytax@comcast.net 9/16
HOUSEKEEPES NEEDED- Part-time
at beach resort in Pompano. Call 954-
942-2800 or fax resume to 954-786-
0314. 9/22


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