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The Pompano


NEWSRA


i i er 16, 2005 Pompano Beach Lighthouse Point Lauderdale-By-The-Sea


Volume XII, Issue 84


Tel: 94-783- 870 nwss* 33lian (0 aleomo oo dso rachplica (01 ellsuthm *


Anne Dufresne to

lead Pompano

Beach Chamber of

Commerce

By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
Anne Dufresne, a long-time board
member and past chair of the Pompano
Beach Chamber of Commerce, has been
named CEO/president of the Chamber.
Dufresne will take over her position,
Oct. 1. She is the former director of
recreational services at John Knox Vil-
lage.
Tony Newbold,past chair of the board
calls the selection "excellent. Anne has
a high degree of enthusiasm, and she's a
visionary beyond measure. With her
energy, we foresee only great things for
our chamber."
The Pompano Beach Chamber of
Commerce, formed in 1948, has over
700 members. The Chamber has "
founded several events that have
become mainstays to the culture of
Pompano Beach. Some of them are
the Annual Boat Parade, The Seafood
Festival and the Fine Food and Wine
Auction, slated for Sept. 27 this year.
Ongoing events include monthly
business networking and the promo-

Continued on page 2


The Saint Coleman's JV basketball team defeated Saint Elizabeth this past Tuesday in a match held
at the Cardinal Gibbons gym. The final score of the closely fought contest was 24 -16. Keenan Bailey
looks to get the ball in bounds while Robert Diaz works to bring the ball down court. [Photo by Ric
Green]


Lighthouse

Point tightens

rules on

staking

temporary

signs

By Brad Degnan
PELICAN WRITER

Last week, after a lengthy discus-
sion, Lighthouse Point officials tight-
ened rules on temporary signs. With
garage sale, political and open house
signs dotting lawns, swales and road-
sides,LHP commissioners created anew
law in hopes of clearing some of the
clutter.
City Attorney Michael Cirullo ad-
vised the commission that the best wa-y
to regulate temporary signs is to make
them uniform. The new law restricts
those signs to no more than three square-
feet per face. It also limits residents to
no more than three signs posted on their
property at one time.
But Randall Marshall, legal director
for the American Civil Liberties Union,
or ACLU of Florida, disputes the new

Continued on page 2


They left their security, family and businesses to


save the last of the victims left in Katrina's wake


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF

They decided to reach out to the
victims of Hurricane Katrina who had
no voice.
These victims will never point
fingers at FEMA or the president or
the mayor of New Orleans or the
Louisiana governor.
Most likely, they'll forage for food,
drink the toxic water and either die or
join the luckier animals being rescued
by one of the many groups, like Drs.
Bob Buzzetti and John Paul Carew, at
Imperial Point Veterinarian Hospital.
The idea was the brainchild of
Danielle Gaudreau, who had no
business coming up with an enormous
project with only a few days to go
before her child was expected.
Danielle and her husband, Pierre,
own Hideaway Marina in Pompano
Beach.


"We saw the television pictures,
and I had to do something," said
Danielle. She spoke from her hospital
bed, recovering happily from giving
birth to their son, Blake Alexander.
"My wife and I are both big animal
lovers," says Pierre. "There are people
and animals in need. You do what you
can. If you can't give up the time, then
give up some money or something.
This is just not acceptable."
Danielle, a board member of Pets
Are Worth Saving, or PAWS, in
conjunction with the Broward Hu-
mane Society, made the decision when
she saw dogs on television being
"kicked away" from rescue missions.
"These images were hard to watch.
We had to do something," she said.
Calling on her friend, Judy
Simkowitz, PAWS president, Danielle
found a busy woman who helped her

Continued on pagel4


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Pierre Gaudreau, owner of Hideaway Marina in Pompano Beach and Dr. Bob Buzzetti, owner of
Imperial Point Animal Hospital in Fort Lauderdale, prepare for their trip to Louisiana. A week later,
they slept in tents in a refugee camp in between caring for animals left homeless by Hurricane Katrina.
[Photo by Anne Siren]







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Signs
Continued from page 1

law. "Limiting residents to only
three political signs infringes
on a citizen's right to free po-
litical speech," he said.
Marshall questioned what
the city would do during a gen-
eral election when residents
wantto show support for a presi-
dential candidate, a congress-
man, a senator, or some other
candidate.
"Is the city going to tell
people they can only publicly
support three candidates?" he
asked.
This isn't the first time
Marshall has challenged LHP
officials regarding signage.
Last year Marshall and the
ACLU of Florida threatened to


Dufresne sets goal for more members


Chamber
Continued from page 1

tion of local busi-
nesses. The chamber also
holds an award luncheon
annually to honor local
teachers and an annual dinnerto
honor the business leaders of
theyear.
Dufresne follows Doug
Everett, who led the chamber
for more than 10 years.
Everett accepted the CEO
position with The City of


Hqllywood earlier this year,
leaving the position open.
Dufresne, 64, is the third
woman to hold this position in
the chamber's history. She will
be the first CEO to operate in
the new building planned for
construction on Southwest
Second Street, adjacent to
Pompano Beach City Hall.
Construction is expected to
begin this year for the chamber
building and a Broward
County Regional library.
Dufresne defines the
chamber as the "voice of the


business community."
She plans to work vigor-
ously to build membership.
"We support the local busi-
nesses through networking
and referrals in all areas," she
says.
"We are very happy," says
Pat Anderson a Chamber
board member and recent
Pompano Beach Chamber
"Business Woman of the
Year. "She's a great person to
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sue the City of Lighthouse Point
over an issue with a resident
who had put up a political sign
30 days prior to the date the city
law allowed.
But the biggest debate of the
evening was over off-premises
open house signs.
Some audience members
were in favor of discontinuing
open house signs all together,
while others felt that removing
them would damage business.
Bob Jones president of Light-
house Point told the commis-
sion he bought his home by fol-
lowing off-premises signs.
"I'm not a Realtor but I feel
that if an off-premises open
house sign can direct a buyer to
the open house, it will help both
the seller and the buyer," he said.
Michael Rush, a Realtor with
Balistreri Realty in Lighthouse


Point, countered.
"These signs are all over
our beautiful city.It is architec-
tural destruction," he said.
In the end, the city decided
that only one garage sale or
open house sign could be posted
off-premises and must list the
address or directions to the open
house or garage sale.
Some signage rules have not
changed.
Residents are not allowed to
place signs on city property,
such as the right-of-way or on
any private property without the
permission of the property
owner.
The new law passed on a
final reading, 4 to 1, with Com-
missioner Michael Long dis-
senting. He said all open house
signs should be eliminated.


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553 Volunteers honor and recruit each


other at 13th annual Fruits of Their Labor


4 The nPomnan Pelican


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Bigger than ever, this
yearly event salutes the
amazing number of volunteers
who lend their talents to John
Knox Village, or JKV, a
continuing care retirement
community with over 1,100
residents. Many of the 553
volunteers often leave the
Village to help in Pompano
Beach churches, schools,
libraries and civic organiza-
tions.
Looking like military
officers of different ranks, the
residents pin on ribbon
badges. Each ribbon identifies
an area of involvement.
Charlie Johnson, with 12
ribbons on his badge, looked
to be one of the most involved
volunteers around.
Fruits of Our Labor takes
place in the Village Center
where 18 booths represent
different volunteer organiza-
tions. As residents make the


Making a Difference

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about
people you
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rounds, they collect a differ-
ent fresh fruit at each booth.
They will also get an enthusi-
astic pitch about the activity
featured and be encouraged to
sign on. By the time they
finish, they have collected
overflowing bowls of fresh
fruit and probably a few new
places to-volunteer. Here are
brief descriptions of just a few
of the 18 available opportuni-


Charlie Johnson [left] flashes 12 ribbons, indicating the number of organizations in which he volunteers. [Above]
Representing the Chapel Committee are Roy Evans, Wanda Hellpen, Faye Johnston and Diane Dalsimer. [Photos by
Phyllis J. Neuberger]


ties for volunteers in the
Village.
Garden Club
Ellie Crane and Hugh Root
were on hand to tell about this
club which inspires residents
to become acquainted with the
campus 'flora.' It meets


monthly. Members help with
the rose garden, tree planting,
plant raffle and displays, write
flyer articles and learn floral
design.
Sinkphony
Vivian Shields, Irene
Sottung and Helen Hawie


were on hand to talk about the
group's harmonious hilarity.
This merry group entertains
with kitchen instruments,
performing in and outside the
Village, under the direction of

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Marjorie Thomas.
Plant Sale
Carolyn Miller, Paula
Woolf and Jane Evans are
part of the group that holds a
plant sale three to four times a
year, This is an opportunity
for residents to beautify their
homes and for Villa residents
to enhance their entrances and
yards with healthy small
plants.
Gift Shop
Betty Ann Tobiasen and
Liz Kozarek, along with many
other volunteers, keep this
shop going!
Manager, Marjorie Tho-
mas heads up the team that
Sedits, produces, collates and
distributes the Thursday
Flyer.
The gift shop is a meeting
place for coffee and sweets in
the morning. It's also the
shopping spot for greeting
cards, gifts, office supplies,
basic foods, drug supplies,
snacks and more.
Health Center Auxiliary
Marjorie Barnes and Erik
Nenortas, recreation therapy
manager were on hand to list
the many volunteer opportuni-
ties in this facility.
Barnes says, "Our volun-
teers man the Hospitality
Desk for visitors, deliver mail
and newspapers to the resi-
dents, call the bingo games
and assist players, escort
residents on doctor visits,


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Carolyn Miller, Paula Woolf and Jane Evans are part of the group which hole
plant sales to encourage residents to beautify their homes.


coffee cart, library cart, one.
on one visits, assist at social
events for the Health Center
and the Alzheimer/dementia
unit.


Chapel Committee
Roy Evans, Wanda
Hellpen, Faye Johnston and
Diane Dalsimer have a long
list of places where angels of


health and friendship are
needed. Supporting the efforts
of Chaplain Dick Lewallen,
this team of volunteers helps
with memorial services, bible
studies, ministers to residents
and employees, reads to the
visually and hearing impaired,
visits the lonely, helps with
non-denominational chapel
services and more.
Newcomers Club
Twylah Haun and Min
Rasmussen are just two of the
welcoming group who
introduce new residents to the
community and its activities.


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ESTABLISHED 1993
Volume XI, Issue 84
Founding Editor and Publisher
Anne Hanby Siren

Graphics: Rachel Ramirez Windsheimer
B6okkeeper: Dottie Hilborn
Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Neuberger, Tom Greene,
Donna Torrey, Joseph Pittelli, Sandy Johnson, Lee Waldo, Fernanda Medici
Account Executives: Paul Shroads and Marianne Miccoli
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The light that shines


in the dark defines a


person's character


By Norbert Izworski
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
The devastation along the gulf coast caused by Hurricane Katrina is
appalling. There has been much criticism about how the government responded
to this event, with much speculation about what went wrong and who is to
blame. However, in spite of that, there are many reasons for us to be proud.
In this time of need, as in any time of need, most of us in the United States
and abroad helped in whatever way we could. Many people gave money. Many
said prayers for the victims as well as those who responded to this catastrophe.
Others volunteered their time and talents, doing whatever they could to help
those in immediate need. People took in strangers, friends and extended family
members, offering them food, shelter and comfort. For a time matters of race,
religion, politics and social standing were set aside. For one moment in time,
we became one nation helping our own. For this, we should all be very proud.
For a while, we all realized that what happens to one of us happens to all of us.
We realized that we are all intrinsically the same creatures being nurtured on this
planet by Mother Nature and created by the same Divine Father.
These events remind me of something I read a while ago. It went something
like this: 'People are like stained-glass windows. They sparkle and shine when
the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in, their true beauty is revealed only
if there is a light from within.'
Now that our inner light has been exposed, let's keep it visible and shining.
This horrible event has brought out the best in so many of us. Now, more than
ever, I am so proud to be an American, and I hope you are, too.


Children in the Arts represents

a sound of music at risk

Every year, for 12 years, Pompano Beach has offered this tri-county area an
exhibition of some of best in live piano. On Oct. 1, the Children in the Arts Piano
competition committee, headed by Pelican Social writer, Lee Waldo, will host
"Music on the Bay," to raise funds for next February's event.
The committee is in need of unique auction items, sponsors and guests. The
Oct. 1 event [$50 per guest] will be an evening of fine food, classical piano, live
and silent auctions, and a rare view of the Hillsboro Bay.
Pompano Beach is unique in supporting this piano art in the wake of losing
its area symphony and its classical radio station.
I am proud that local people understand how critical it is to support young
children who are training to carry on the great classical tradition. .
Please support this event with your attendance. Call Lee Waldo for ticket
information 954-846-0100 or this paper at 954-783-8700.
Can you hear the applause?


VIEWPOINTS


For every Blame Game, there

should be a Fair Game

By Barry "Doc" Dockswell
PELICAN COLUMNIST

After most any disaster, there is ample opportunity to say, "I told you so."
When Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast, many who had previously
predicted the catastrophic flooding of New Orleans got headline coverage.
The New Orleans Times-Picayune and others had
predicted much of what actually happened in New
Orleans, from levee breaching to the Superdome's
incapability to serve evacuees.
Governmental studies predicted the flooding of New
Orleans by a major hurricane.
In spite of this, the Bush administration and congress
reduced allocations of money to protect New Orleans in
favor of funding the Iraq war and on measures to protect
against terrorist attacks at home.
It's understandable that many have piled blame on
the Bush administration for its failure to heed the New The
Orleans flood warnings. Dockswell
But, it's important to realize that those who are in Dispatch
power have to make the hard choices, while the rest of
us enjoy the luxury of second-guessing later.
If tomorrow our nation were to be hit by any of a number of different kinds
of terrorist attacks a dirty nuclear bomb explosion, contamination of a major
water supply, explosion of a chemical plant, release of a weaponized virus in a
major city it would be the same story. The relevant prophets of doom would
come out and say, "I told you this was gong to happen, and you didn't prevent
it."
Those in government who have to allocate real dollar amounts among the
competing budgetary line items always run the risk of guessing wrong. If they
try to spend governmental revenues to prevent every form of terrorist attack and
natural disaster which might befall our country, there would not be enough
money to cover them all. And there would certainly not be enough to provide
all the other governmental services.
So I think it's at least a little unfair to criticize the Bush administration for
not having spent the money up front to prevent the devastation of New Orleans
by a major hurricane.
In addition many people are now criticizing the demotion of FEMA, the
Federal Emergency Management Agency, which occurred during the recent
federal government re-organization. FEMA was removed from the cabinet,
meaning that the head of FEMA would no longer report directly to the presi-
dent. Instead, the FEMA director was assigned to report within the enormous
new Department of Homeland Security.
This may or may not have been a mistake. But, I must say that my own
experience in large organizations indicates that strong management that is, the
right people in the right leadership positions, is much-more important than the
structure of the organization chart.
In this case, the people who actually run FEMA are much more important
than whether or not the department occupies a cabinet level position. So, I think
the criticism about FEMA being demoted from cabinet level status is also a bit
overdone.
However, this line of inquiry does lead to a crucial point: Look at the
management team which President Bush put in charge of FEMA. The top three
SFEMA officials (and five of the top eight) were political appointees, who came
to their jobs with virtually no disaster management experience.
I can understand rewarding one's political supporters by giving them jobs
like ambassador to Lichtenstein or head of the inauguration event committee,
but, of all positions, the head of the nation's emergency management agency!
Why would the president do this?
Joe Allbaugh, Presideht Bush's 2000 campaigtf manager, and the man who
Bush initially put in charge of FEMA, stated explicitly that FEMA should be
reduced in size and scope, and that federal disaster aid in general was "an
oversized entitlement prograjii." Bush and Allbaughlowered FEMA's budget
and turned the agency over to Allbaugh's friend, Michael Brown (now famous
as the former Arabian horse association commissioner), who could be counted

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resale shop filled with dona-
tions by residents. All money
raised is donated for projects
that benefit Village Resi-
dents.
They maintain the large
print library, the Cassels
Tower office which sells
stamps, cards, photo copies.
They assist personnel at front
desks of Gardens West,
Village, Cassels and Heritage
Towers.
They assist in publicity,
distribute incoming holiday
packages from Thanksgiving
to Christmas and even do
small mending and sewing
for residents.


Holiday Bazaar
Lillian Huddleston and
Lillian Kimmel explain that
this event is an opportunity to
shop for holiday gifts, know-
ing that all proceeds will
benefit the Health Center.
Residents have been
making craft items all year to
donate and sell at this event.
Others bake their special-
ties. Woodworkers create and
donate their art objects.
There's a table of
collectables including jew-
elry and precious treasures.
And there are raffle gifts.
This event is completely
volunteer run.
Employee Scholarship
Fund
Jeanne Russack, Betty
Lindstrom and Jane Lusk-


Smith explain that this fund
was established and is fi-
nanced by the residents of the
Village and administered by
professional Village staff.
The volunteer residents
raise funds, interview appli-
cants, recommend scholarship
awards and monitor student
programs.
Fruits of Our Labor is one
of many successful events
created by Beth Shires and
her team in the Activities
Department.
These many volunteers are
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$100,000 gift will

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By Fernanda Medici
PELICAN WRITER

Plans to build a second floor to the
crowded Lauderdale-by-the-Sea
Volunteer Fire Department building
came after an anonymous benefactor
donated $100,000 with a promise to
match any additional money made in
a fund-raising campaign.
That fund-raiser will be conducted
through mailings to residents of the
town.
tJim Pollock, chaplain for the
volunteer fire department, said the
new addition will cost from $1.5 to $3
million. He expects that Broward
County and the town will pay some of
the costs.
"We don't have any formal plans
to what is going to be done yet, but
probably we will build lockers,
sleeping rooms and more administra-
tive space," said Pollock.
The volunteer force grew by
almost one hundred percent compared
to last year, and with a bigger station,
fire fighters can be on location 24-
hours a day.
But Pollock has no plans to
organize the schedules of the volun-
teers that now answer calls through a
beeper. The station will also accom-
modate the new 100-foot ladder truck
the department is planning to buy.
The unknown benefactor lives
part-time in LBTS since 1992 and
loves the small town ambiance. But
most importantly "believes in our fire
department," according to Pollock.
Last year the same person donated
money for fire gear, furniture, and an
entertainment center for the new
station.
"This person sees the value of a
volunteer fire department and he
wants to help," Pollock said.


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Business with Heart: Winn Dixie, Marketplace

lends its support to the city and community


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Pompano residents shop Winn
Dixie, 1199 S. Federal Highway, for
food, bakery goods, flowers, health
and beauty aids, to get film devel-
oped prescriptions filled and yes,
even to buy lottery tickets. Ever
wonder what it's like to stock and
run a store like this one in the
Marketplace? Open every day of the
week from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m., a
staff of 100 people serve the public
for a total of 112 hours a week.
William M. Partlan, store direc-
tor, likes to be called Bill. Though
he appears to be easy going, it's
clear he runs a successful operation.
"The key to running a store like this
is to surround yourself with people
you can trust to do a good job," he
says. "This is strictly a team effort.
Like any other boss, I'm here if I'm
needed, no matter how much time
I've already put in."
During Katrina, this store was
lucky and did not lose power.
However, a number of less fortunate
Winn Dixie stores did lose power.
Partlan and some of his associates
quickly organized to help those
stores restock, and get up and
running. "This is how we work at
Winn Dixie." Partlan smiles. "We're
a family type operation. I'm particu-
larly pleased that my employers
recognize that each store is sup-
ported by its neighborhood. So our
corporate policy is to help our
neighbors. As store director, I'm
empowered to help the community.
My budget is limited, but I do what I
can."
Contributions make events
successful
"We couldn't have big city
events like the Fourth of July
Fireworks and Pier Party or Yuletide
on Atlantic without the sponsorship
and generosity of city businesses,"
says Lisa Spinelli, a city recreation


William M. Parlan, Winn Dixie store director, briefs a few staff members at the start of another
business day. (Over 100 employees serve the public in this store.) From left to right: Tammy
Gutierrez, co-manager, Bill Partlan, store director, Alicia McDermott, front end manager, Dwana
Betts, pricing manager and Geri Scarantino, cashier, Cappita Wiggins, cashier. [photo by Phyllis J.
Neuberger]


leader. "Anytime I ask Bill over at
Winn Dixie for a contribution, it's
done. He's given us thousands of
soft drinks, hot dog buns, cases of
life savers and more."
Recently, the City had a big
barbecue to celebrate being selected
as an All American City. Winn
Dixie supplied all the cooking tools.
"We also encouraged local vendors
to contribute," Partlan adds. "Suppli-
ers like the Flowers Baking Com-
pany and Frito Lay have been very
generous."
The City is just one place, this
store's generosity has helped. For
the past five years, Winn Dixie has
sponsored Pompano's Pirhanas
Swim Team, donating water for the
team and hot dogs and hamburgers
for fund raising.
When St. Coleman's has its
annual Italian Fest, this store donates
food, paper goods and whatever else
is requested.
Nearby Christ Church had a fund


William M Partlan, store director, spot checks
inventory. He says, "A store's success begins
with a team of good people you can trust to do the
job." [photo by Phyllis J. Neuberger]
raising event recently. Winn Dixie
contributed an enormous floral gift
basket for their raffle.

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"This month, we're
catering the South East
Home Owners' Association
dinner meeting. We'll be
serving finger sandwiches,
deli trays, fried chicken and
more," Partlan says looking
at his schedule. "On Sept.
17, there's a Lighthouse
Preservation Society event.
Along with other local
donors, we're providing food
and drinks for 200 people."
Winn Dixie has promised
to purchase turkeys at a big
price break for the Pompano
Homeless Shelter, run by the
Christian Ministries. And the
store will be serving up
drinks and snacks at McNab
Elementary School's FCAT
'3 night.
Partlan says "I do my
best to help worthy organiza-
tions. I'm grateful that
Corporate recognizes the
importance of this support
for our neighbors, who are,
after all, our customers."
About Winn Dixie
Based in Jacksonville,
Florida, Winn Dixie has
been a major grocery chain
in Florida and the South for
75 years. There are cur-
rently 540 stores in opera-
tion. Known as 'the beef
people,' Winn Dixie contin-
ues to offer choice and
Angus cuts of beef. In
addition to being a full
service grocery, Winn Dixie,
in the Marketplace, offers an
extensive wine department, a
fresh floral and design
department with FTD Floral
Telegraphing Service,
pharmacy, bakery and fresh
seafood/fish department. For
information, call 954-943-
8479.
Winn Dixie is part of the
Neighbors Helping Neigh-
bors program collecting for
the Katrina Hurricane
victims. See checkout
cashiers to donate.


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diminishing FEMA. [Note:
Brown resigned as FEMA
director as this piece was
being written.]
The low esteem in which
the Bush administration
obviously held FEMA led to
the departure of many sea-
soned crisis managers, further
weakening FEMA.
As the first president with
a master's degree in business
administration, President
Bush is a student of manage-
ment. He either knew or
should have known that the
combination of executive
disdain, inexperienced
management, and reduced
resources at FEMA could
only result in a drastic reduc-
tion in our nation's ability to
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This was vividly proven in
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rescue effort, tragically
compounding suffering and
loss of life.
At this point we are no
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organizational niceties. We
are faced with actions by the
president which can only be
described as reckless in their
conception and devastating in
their effect.
This criticism is not only
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Back in the loop enjoying sports, fund


raising and fun times around town


Well, we haven't exactly
been fishing .-. .
but that
doesn't mean
that we
haven't been
as busy as
can be! Gla ,
to be back "in .
the saddle"
again, so to. ,
speak.



a Lee Waldo a
Sandy Johnson


an


great adven-
ture at the Hard Rock Casino.
Heard Paul Castronovo and
Young Ron on Big 105.9
talking about a contest that
was going on. It was a hoot.
Each of the Seminole Casi-
nos, five in all, had an em-
ployee talent show. The
winners came to the Hard
Rock in Hollywood to com-
pete for the Shoot for the
Stars grand prize. The
Coconut Creek Seminole
Casino sent the Bugle Girls
from Company C, dressed
appropriately and performing
like true WW II entertainers
for the troops. "The Twins,"
Mauricio and Roberto *
Orellana from the Hollywood
Hard Rock Marketing Depart-
ment, were the hands down
audience favorite. What
exactly they did was a bit
bizarre, but we guess that you
would call it a dance routine!
They did not win but it didn't
seem to dampen their spirit or
the spirit of their fans! There
were surprise visits from
Chris MacDonald, the Elvis
impersonator and Legends in
Concert "stars" Madonna and
Barry White. It was a totally
enjoyable evening. I don't
think we witnessed the birth
of next year's American Idol
winner, but it was fun any-
way. As a grand finale, they
awarded one of the lucky
audience members a trip to
the Hard Rock Casino in Las
Vegas.

ast Tuesday was
celebrity bartender
night at Bonefish
Mac's in Lighthouse Point
This week owners Chuck,
Jane, and CJ McLaughlin
were serving the drinks. The
cause was for the American
Red Cross Hurricane Relief


Fund. There were 50-50's
and just plain passing of the
hat. When the evening was
over, the final total collected
was $12,000.

peaking of Hurri
cane Relief, wait
until you hear what
the City of Lighthouse Point
has in store for you. On Oct.
1, the city will host a garage
sale with all proceeds for
hurricane relief. Most of the
d streets of the city will be filled
with sale items. For those of
us who are addicted to
Saturday morning sales, this
will be great. At the end of the
day, there will be a party at
Dan Witt Park to celebrate
and announce the street that
made the most money! There
will be games and music.

Last Saturday night
Lighthouse Point
resident Jim
Dunn was honored for his
contributions and support of
local clubs. He is also the
founder of Dunn's Run which
is right around the corer on
Oct. 2. The first annual Sneak
to the Beach, a night of fun
and fare, was held at Embassy
Suites in Deerfield on Satur-
day night. A gourmet buffet,
live music and silent auction
highlighted the evening. We
see Jim associated with
innumerable benefits that we
attend and are proud that
someone of his caliber lives
here within our city. All the
accolades were extremely
well deserved.


he Pompano
Beach Exchange
Club held its
annual family golfing outing
in Naples this past weekend.
Couples competed for prizes
of questionable value and for
the dubious honor of having
their names published in next
week's Cuff, the group's
weekly newsletter. Slick
Chick- in-training Cindy
Heise showed that all those
Saturday lessons are starting
to pay off as she and husband
Layne were the grand win-
ners. Nature photographer
JoAnn Williams dusted off
her clubs after a ten-year
hiatus and showed us that she
must have been really hot


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JoAnn and Tad Williams prepare for a
morning on the links with the Exchange
Club in Naples.


Pompano Beach Exchange Club president Larry Crismond, wife Marcia, former
LHP police chief Kim Tierney, Mike and Debbie Bonner attend the Celebrity
Bartender Katrina Hurricane Relief fundraiser at Bonefish Mac.



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The Balistreri Realty bus delivers Jim and Joe Balistreri along with their friends to the FAU Owls home opener at Dolphin
Stadium.


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School Board Member Bob Parks,Phil Linville, and Fred Bamman are presented
with a ball designed to improve thier golf!


stuff back then. She won the
award for Best Form. Was
that on the golf course or just
the way she looks? Phil
Linville and Bill Sullivan
conducted the awards cer-
emony and presented award
after award to the well
deserving group. Fred
Bamman and wife Gail were
doubly happy since Fred's son
Ian arrived back in the states
on Friday night from his stint
in Iraq! Congratulations, Ian.
Glad you are back.
* *


attended the home
opener for the
FA FAU Owls
football team. It was held in
Dolphin Stadium and the
Owls played against Okla-
homa State Cowboys, a bona
fide, long established football
team. Although our guys lost,
they played well for such a
new team moving up to
Division I football. Coach
Schnellenberger isn't afraid
to have the Owls play against
a formidable opponent,
believing the boys will play
up to the competition. We


were the guests of Jim and
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from the very beginning.
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tickets will be worth their
weight in gold!

Had the opportu
nity to be a part
of the World
Amateur Handicap Golf
Championship in Myrtle
Beach, South Carolina.
Imagine a tournament with
4,000 participants! I was a
spectator but was impressed
with all the golfers from the
excellent scratch "almost
pros" to the 40+ handicaps.
Being part of the committee
to run the Pompano Beach
Fishing Rodeo for many
years, the thought of running
a tournament with 4,000
participants boggled our
minds.
Things are starting to get

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Let Em Ride Casino Night.
Pompano Beach Soroptimist.
Saturday Sept. 17, St. Coleman's
Church. 7 pmn.. $40. Dinner,


dancing, and play gambling.
Silent and Chinese auction. For
tickets call 954-941-0250
Dragon Skies, the Astronomy of
Imperial China. Museum of
Discovery and Science. Starting
Oct. 1.
Children in the Arts of
Pompano Beach. Music on the
Bay. Saturday, Oct. 1. Hillsboro
Bay home. 7 pam. Cocktail Party,
dinner and silent auction. $50.
Call 954-946-0100.


Historical Society kicks

off season with supper
The Pompano Beach Historical Society will launch its 2005-
05 season will a covered dish supper at 6:30 PM on Wednesday,
September 21st, at the Dick and Miriam Hood Center, 217 NE 4th
Avenue, Pompano Beach.
Members and friends are invited to bring a dish to share and
learn about what the Historical Society has planned for the
upcoming months. Updates will be provided on issues such as the
9 revitalization of Pompano's historic downtown and plans for the
upcoming Pompano Beach Centennial Celebration.
Between September and May the Historical Society presents
public programs at the Hood Center on the third Wednesday of the
month. Future programs include: Oct.19 Pompano Beach
Pioneers; Nov. 16 The Jelks Family and the Development of
Pompano's Beach
Beyond November, programs will cover such interesting his-
torical topics as the Fort Lauderdale Naval Air Station and the Lost
Flight, Seminole Indians and the 1928 hurricane, among others.
Regular programs begin at 7 p.m. and the public is invited.
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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
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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 infoima-
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annual Fall and Holiday Craft
Fair on October 15, 2005
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Interested Vendors may call
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RELIGIOUS
ORGANIZATIONS
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-
4666, or Ben 954-974-1984.
The 12th Annual Fall
Arts and Craft Show will be
held at 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
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The Coral Ridge Chapter of
the U.S. Power Squadron will
hold a Boating Safety course,
Sept. 17, at Cardinal Gibbons
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p.m. Call 954-943-5779.
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social, physical and psycho-
logical well-being to encour-
age independence through


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Beach Counties. For more
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. Adult Day Services- The
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Beach offers stimulating
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They offer transportation and
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Drive a Cancer Patient to
Treatment. Sometimes the


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The Guardian Ad Litem
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who are alleged to be abused,
neglected, abandoned or
involved in court proceedings.
For more information on how


to make a difference in the
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6477.
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schools. Listeners become
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Rescue
Continued from page 1
with the task of getting
donations delivered to Hide-
away Marina.
And they came. Dog food,
blankets, water, medicine, pet
crates and generators ap-
peared from friends and
strangers.
And one jet plane.
Robert Mintz donated his
private Hawker jet to fly the
medical staff to Baton Rouge,
where they would examine
and tend to the animals at
Louisiana State University's
gym.
The animals were then
transferred to Gonzales, La.,
outside of New Orleans.
As the doctors worked
around the clock to save the
animals, a caravan of trucks,
vans and an RV moved out of
Pompano Beach toward
Louisiana.
They carried tons of
supplies.
The donations, which
weighed in at thousands of
pounds, were packed into
trucks. Volunteers soon
learned that the weight of
those donations probably
were the cause of their three
blowouts on Florida's Ronald
Reagan Turnpike.
Pierre led the caravan. We
reached him along the way.
He had already helped repair
the blowouts. "That made us
tired. It was hot, but our
spirits are high," he said.
The Gaudreaus donated
$20,000 to spearhead the
rescue, and neither Florida
heat nor blowouts were going


to stop them.
After driving for more
than 24 hours, they met up
with the vets who had been
sleeping in tents on a com-
mercial property being used
as a refugee center.
The Pelican had been
calling the team all day to
monitor the trip. Often phones
went out. At other times a
recorded voice apologized for
the hurricane's decimation of
the telephone wires.
For a few minutes, we
spoke with Dr. Buzzetti.
"We have over 3,000 dogs.
They're going all over," he
said, meaning that the dogs
were being shipped to homes
throughout the nation.
Broward Humane Society
was only one of many organi-
zations stationed in Gonzalez
to help with the exodus.
"The response is wonder-
ful. All of the vets here are
from out of state. Half are
from Broward County," he
says.
We learn that 95 percent of
the dogs and cats rescued
have been neither spayed nor
neutered. Dr. Buzzetti says
getting out was probably the
best thing that has ever
happened to them. Search
teams from the Society found
a woman in New Orleans with
80 cats. One man had 14
beagles. The man was at the
center searching for them.
"A guy came in last
night," Dr. Buzzetti says. "He
was looking for his chocolate
lab. Then the dog came off
the rescue truck."

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Rescue

Continued from page 14
After the happy reunion,
Dr. Buzzetti says, "Then the
lab ran back and started
kissing all of us."
An 18-inch alligator
showed up with the animals,
but it was released into a
nearby bayou. Horses strolled
among the volunteers.
"There are some sad
stories here," says Dr.
Buzzetti. He stops. He clears
his throat. Then he gives up a
little and lets the grief loose.
And he continues.
"One family had put their
dog in a facility for the
hurricane. They came here
searching for him. The guy
saw a technician from the
boarding facility. The tech
told him his dog drowned," he
says.
"The cats were in higher
cages. They survived.
"If anyone would put
themselves in the shoes of
these people in this situation
where they have lost every-
thing ...." Dr. Buzzetti does
not finish his sentence. "Pets
are the one thing they are


drawn to."
As Dr. Buzzetti continues
with tales ranging from joy to
heartbreak, there is no ab-
sence of frustration.
"This is an unbelievable
bureaucracy. The department
of health came in and told us
we had to have vaccinations
and wear protective clothing
while we're just trying to load
supplies. The government is
disorganized. We're sleeping
in tents. A representative from
the property told us we had to
leave ...."
The phone dies.
Today, Dr. Buzzetti and
his team return to Imperial
Point Hospital with their
wards. They will be placed
with the Broward Humane
Society in Fort Lauderdale
where they will remain as
guests for 90 days to allow
their owners to track them
down.
Other volunteers who
helped in this rescue were Dr.
Jennifer Vann and Dr. Birson
of Coral Springs Animal
Hospital. Technician Loren
Slackof Imperial Point
Animal Hospital and Kevin
Martsella, a photographer


from Channel 4.
Edward Siren, a contractor
and a New Orleans resident,
now living in Lighthouse
Point, joined the carvan in
carrying supplies.
After 90 days, the Broward
Humane Society will be
seeking homes for the ani-
mals. To help in this ongoing
rescue, please call Nicole
Pasuit at Hideaway Marina,
954-943-3200. To adopt an
animal, call the Humane
Society of Broward County at
954-989-3977.


Sightings

Continued from page 13

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.
St. Ambrose Singles
Social Club Dance is held
every Wednesday from 7:30
to 11 p.m. in the church hall,
380 S. Federal Hwy., Deer-
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By Donna Torrey
GARDEN WRITER
About this time every year
I start to get excited. Hurri-
cane season begins to wane
and the weather begins to cool
and the anticipation of the
next 8 months or so of perfect
gardening weather is like an


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This season is our
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entwined, and perhaps this is
the reason that we love it here
so much. It's just different.
Due to the fact that most of
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water, and allow the plants to
grow deeper roots. You still
need to be vigilant with the
watering, but will have to do it
less; the bigger the pot, the
better. I favor 16 to 20 inch
pots because you can really
get down to business.
It's also important to use
the best quality potting soil


that you can afford. Excellent
drainage is most important in
container gardening. I also
recommend using organic
fertilizers such as fish and
kelp so that you keep the soil
healthy and avoid salt
buildup.
Try to find a location
where the pots will get at least
4-5 hours or more of direct
sunlight for best growth,
especially if you want to grow
herbs, veggies or flowers.
Get ready to grow!
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owner of The Garden Gate
at Sears, located at the
Pompano Citi-Centre. 954-
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With people looking for new ways to
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accompany a soup or salad. Whole grain
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Prep time: 10 minutes
Serves 3
3 pieces Wasa Multi Grain
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any variety)
1/3 cup low-fat vanilla or
plain yogurt
1/4 cup raspberries
1/4 cup blueberries
1/4 cup blackberries
1/3 cup pecans, slightly chopped
Fresh mint leaves to garnish
SPREAD yogurt on crispbread. Top
with equal amounts of berries and
pecans.
GARNISH with fresh mint if desired.
STORE remaining ingredients in
refrigerator 4 to 5 days.
TIP: Substitute your favorite berries
and nuts or your favorite yogurt.


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Prep time: 10 minutes
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1 tablespoon chopped basil
1 teaspoon chopped marjoram
1 teaspoon chopped thyme
3 tablespoons olive oil
2 tablespoons freshly grated
Parmesan cheese
Salt to taste
Freshly ground black pepper
to taste
PREHEAT oven to 350F. Line baking
sheet with parchment paper.
MIX herbs and oil in small bowl. Brush
mixture onto crispbread.
MIX cheese with salt and pepper to
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1 teaspoon olive oil
1/4 cup finely minced tomatoes
2 tablespoons finely minced
purple onion
1 tablespoon chopped Italian
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ways to make healthy changes in your
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one small dietary change each week and
you'll be amazed at the difference over
time. Change number one: Switch from
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grains, like crispbreads.
-Eat mindfully. Whether you're having
a full meal or a quick snack, slow down
enough to fully enjoy and experience
your food. Notice the full range of
flavors, textures and aromas. You'll not
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digestion.
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eaters have more brain power, manage
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Continued from page 15
TODAY
Friends Of The Deerfield
Beach Arboretum offer free
tours on Fridays at 10 a.m.
and also on the first Saturday
of each month. Call 954-480-
4494.
AA meeting every Friday
at 8 p.m. in the sanctuary of
Unity Church. Call 954-943-
3715.
Advanced Bridge Les-
sons every Friday from 9:15
to 11:45 a.m. at Pompano
Beach Duplicate Bridge Club.
Call 954-943-1733.
Skolnick Center Calorie
Counter meets on Fridays at
the Herb Skolnick Center
[Palm Aire] at 9:10 a.m. Cost
is $1 per week for supplies.
Call Al Abram 954-975-3772
for info.
Line Dance Classes for
Seniors are offered every
Friday from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at
N.E. Focal Point Senior
Center, Deerfield Beach, 227
NW 2nd St. A $4 donation is
requested. Call 954-480-4447.
Rotary Club of Pompano
Beach meets at Joe's River-
side Grille, 125 N. Riverside
Drive, at noon. For informa-
tion call 954-564-7714.
Irish Set/Square and
Ceili Dancing every Friday
from 7:30 to 10 p.m. at St.


Paul the Apostle Catholic
Church, Lighthouse Point.
Beginners welcome. Call 954-
785-9140.
SATURDAY Sept. 17
LET IT RIDE Soropti-
mist International of Pompano
Beach presents a motorcycle
theme "Let It Ride" Casino
Night, Sept. 17, to benefit
Woodhouse homes and
programs for mentally and
physically disabled adults.
Tickets are $40 per person.
Dress is Easy Rider. Call 954-
786-0344.
"Food And Wine Tast-
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2:30 to 7 p.m. at Colombo's
Market, 4490 N. Federal
Hwy., Lighthouse Point. Free
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0252.
The American Legion
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most Saturdays at the Post at
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SUNDAY Sept. 18
Sunday Bingo at the Elks
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954-725-5192.
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dren $2. Call 596-4333.
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16
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Sightings

Continued from page 19
MONDAY Sept. 19
The Kiwanis club of
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea meets
every second and fourth
Monday of the month at


Damon's Grill at 6:30 p.m.
For information contact Kaye
Yanni: 954-772-2438.
The Pompano Lions
Club meets every Second and
Fourth Monday at the Flam-
ing Pit Restaurant at 6:30
p.m.. Call 954-646-3999.
TUESDAY Sept 20


September AARP 55
Alive Driver Safety Classes
September 20 and 22 from 1
to 5 p.m., both days are
required. The classes will be
held at he Olson civic Center,
1801 NE 6th St. and early
registration is required. Call
954-974-2272 9 a.m.,to 5 p.m.


M-F.
The Kiwanis Club of
Pompano Beach meets for
lunch each Wednesday at
11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
Galuppi's Restaurant at the
Pompano Beach Public Golf
Course. For more informa-
tion, please call (954) 942-


8108.
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.
Intermediate Bridge
Lessons every Tuesday from
9:15 to 11:45 a.m. at Pom-
pano Beach Duplicate Bridge
Club. Call 954-943-1733.
Bingo every Tuesday at
St. Martin's Episcopal
Church. Doors open at 11
a.m. and Bingo begins at
noon. Call 954-941-4843.
Pompano Beach Light-
house Rotary meets Tues-
days at 7:30 a.m. at Ronnie
B's Taste of the 50's Restau-
rant. Call 954-972-7178.
WEDNESDAY SEPT. 21
The Exchange Club of
Pompano Beach meets every
Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. for
lunch at the Flaming Pit
Restaurant, 1150 N Federal
Hwy. Call 954-946-4676 for "
further details.
Pompano Beach Moose
Lodge Bingo Every
Wednesday Night. 20 games.
Doors open at 5 p.m. Games
start at 7 p.m. Dixie highway
and 33 St. in Pompano Beach.
954-782-0950.
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.
The Kiwanis Club of
Pompano Beach meets for
lunch each Wednesday at
11:45 to 1 p.m. at Galuppi's
Restaurant at the Pompano
Beach Public Golf Course.
For more information call
954-942-8108.


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