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ber 2,2005 Pompano Beach Lighthouse Point Lauderdale-By-The-Sea Volume XII, Issue 95


Pompano Beach
zoning director
resigns position

City Manager Bill Hargett
confirmed that Zoning Director
Patrick Ford resigned his position on
Monday. Hargett named Robin Bird
as acting zoning director until the
position is filled. Ford was hired in
2004, after then Director Reagan
Yarbrough retired. Ford faced some
controversy from city commission-
ers who challenged some of his
decisions. Most recently, Ford's
decision to allow a local charter
school to operate as an "accessory
use" to Hope Lutheran School was-
overturned. In another unresolved
case, Commissioner Kay McGinn
has appealed Ford's decision to
reduce required side setbacks for a
proposed condominium on North
Ocean Boulevard.

Pompano denies

charter school's

appeal to operate

at Hope Lutheran

By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF

Pompano City Commissioners may
close classes for the 178 students and
staff at Eagle's Nest Charter School
Last month after a series of appeals
from school officials, Drs. Pauline and
John Foster-Grant.
The Foster-Grants had initially
applied to the city for a zoning vari-
ance that would have allowed the
charter school to operate at Hope
Lutheran Church, 1840 NE 41 St.,
Pompano Beach.
The variance was denied.
Former Zoning Director Patrick
Ford later made an administrative
ruling that allowed the school to open
as an "accessory use" of the church.
That ruling was later overruled by
the city's zoning board of appeals.
School officials appealed last month
to the city to overturn that ruling. In a
5-1 vote, the commission upheld the
zoning board of appeals, virtually
making the school's operation illegal.
When news of the charter school got
out last June, resident complaints about
increased traffic in the neighborhood
spurred Vice Mayor Susan Foster to

Continued on page 7


"We were hit hard" says Dan

Campbell, Pompano Airpark Director


This Ercoupe, probably built in the 1940s, exemplifies the damage of many planes tossed about during Hurricane Wilma in late October. After one month,
Pompano Air Park and other sections of the city continue to display the visible effects of Wilma. [Photo by Anne Siren]


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF

When Dan Campbell got to the
Pompano Beach Airpark on Oct. 24
somewhere in the mid-afternoon, he
saw "total destruction."
He leans back in his makeshift
office at Anthony Aviation where he
serves as director of South Florida
Operations. He takes all calls that
come to his desk. He flashes a smile.
A familiar smile. It's the classic
post-hurricane smile that tacitly
conveys "It could have been worse."
Campbell, like many others, has a
one-of-a-kind Wilma nightmare.
Just outside his office, more than


47 small aircraft had been strapped to
concrete anchors prior to Hurricane
Wilma. These planes are referred to as
"tie downs" as opposed to planes that
occupy hangars. The winds that
reached over 100 miles per hour
ripped apart the wings connecting the
planes to the concrete.
Two planes survived the winds.
The remaining aircraft were deemed
"totaled."
A "totaled" airplane is a different
story from a "totaled" car. According
to Campbell, anything that weakens
the structure of a plane removes it
from service.
Strict Federal Aviation Administra-
tion, or FAA, inspections are required


INSIDE

"Not too long
ago, I looked at my
calendar and counted
21 meetings sched-
uled in one week,"
says Carmen
McGarry, the new
president elect of the
Hillsboro Lighthouse
Preservation Society.
See page 4.


annually. Campbell adds that these
specialized mechanics are quick to
ground any aircraft if its "integrity"
has been weakened.
"Aircraft insurance companies
view damage differently," says
Campbell. "A $150,000 plane may
require $180,000 in repairs when you
count the man hours."
But during those first hours of
inspecting the damage, Campbell and
his crew were:quick to realize that the
first order of business was to clear the
runways and open the airpark to flight
traffic. FEMA, the Red Cross, FP&L
and the City of Pompano Beach
needed to use airport ground as
Continued on page 10


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redemption in the Christmas
story, Rogers said. The,
audience participatesia the
..production.
Proceeds will go to
UMCOR, United Methodist
Committee on Relief, to help
hurricane victims.
Cost is $5 for adults and
$3 for children. Tickets can
be purchased by calling the
church office at 954-941-
8033 or calling Mary-Lou at
954-785-5714.
In other Trinity news, a
Craft Fair is scheduled from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec.
3, at the church at 3901 NE
22nd Ave., Lighthouse Point.
Mello said he will soon be
.starting a free course teaching
English to Brazilians at 7 p.m.
on Wednesday. And the
church will soon start offering
translations of its Sunday
services into Portuguese.


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Hillsboro Lighthouse Preservation Society


Making a Difference

Phyllis J, Neuberger
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Pompano Pelkian at 954-
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By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF

"Not too long ago, I
looked at my calendar and
counted 21 meetings sched-
uled in one week," says
Carmen McGarry, the new
president elect of the Hills-
boro Lighthouse Preservation
Society, or HLPS, with a
rueful laugh. "I realized I was
over extended. Now, I attempt
to be active only in those
groups where I can hopefully
make a contribution."
A charming and vivacious
woman, McGarry is not only
a full time volunteer; she is
often a volunteer who puts in.
overtime. About her newest
responsibility, she says, "I
could never fill my predeces-
sor, Hib Casselberry's shoes.
I guess I'll settle for his
slippers. Right now, our
challenge is to clean up after
Wilma. To do this we must
get the Coast Guard's coop-
eration."
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consummate volunteer since her arrival in the area in 1989. [Photo by Phyllis J. Neuberger]


Society with 650 members. A
surprising number, over 250,
attended the last annual
meeting. "We had an auction
and raised over $5,000 for
Coast Guard families in the
Gulf who were affected by
Katrina," she says.
She lists future events.
"We have the Centennial
coming up in '07. Hib re-
mains our historian and is the
chairman of the committee
planning the celebration."
The HLPS has an active
agenda. Every year there is an
art and photo show which


brings out local talent and
reflects the amazing, continu-
ing interest in the Hillsboro
Lighthouse. There are four
scheduled Lighthouse tours
each year. The Society is
participating in the Pompano
Beach Boat Parade with Dr.
Ray McAllister, Art
Makenian and Jack Burrie in
charge of this event."
McGarry suggests Christ-
mas shoppers pay a visit to
the Society's web site,
www.hillsborolighthouse.com,
which she says "is filled with
great gift ideas." Turning the


conversation back to her new
duties, she adds, "As presi-
dent, I look forward to
representing our group at the
Florida Lighthouse Associa-
tion meetings where we
discuss problems and solu-
tions facing groups like ours."
Asked about McGarry as
new president, Ray
McAllister, one of the
founders of the Society, says
"There's no question that
Carmen will do a great job.
She'll never run out of
guidance from Hib, who lives,
eats, sleeps and breathes


lighthouses. Those of us who
started the Society really
pressured the Coast Guard,
finally persuading them to
renew the light when it went
out," McAllister explains.
"We now have the most
powerful fresnel lens in the
world, casting its light at least
28 miles. Once again, the big
diamond is shining out to
sea."
The lighthouse is just one
of many causes which have
benefited from McGarry's
efforts. She arrived in Florida
in 1989, where she quips,
"The children liked the place
and dropped me off." She
became so immersed in the
town's history, she founded
the Historical Commission of
Hillsboro Beach and eventu-
ally published its history. Her
book, titled "Magnificent
Mile, A History of Hillsboro
Beach" is available in Bro-
ward County schools and
libraries and can be purchased
at the Lighthouse web site.
"My research was fascinat-
ing," she comments. "It even
included a trip to Manchester,
England where I met a
member of the family of
Hillsboro's first Mayor,
Ernest Woller who was also
the founder of Rolls Royce."
While serving as a town
commissioner, she was
responsible for securing the
town's first grant, initiating
the current building project.
During this period she con-

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tacted Frank Varga, the man
who sculptured The Barefoot
Mailman which was ac-
quired, and restored. Now a
bronzed version stands in
front of Hillsboro Town Hall.
The original was donated to
the HLPS where it stands as a
symbol of the city's heritage
and history. "This achieve-
ment is a source of great
satisfaction to me," McGarry
admits.
And that's not all! Two
years ago, McGarry was
appointed to the Advisory
Board of the Department of
Elder Affairs by Governor Jeb
Bush. "One of my priorities is
the Area Agency on Aging,"
Sshe says. "Perhaps the reason
is Edith Lederberg, the
director who is so committed
to the elderly. She stimulates
every one of us around her.
She fights for Broward's
350,000 elderly every day."
McGarry serves on North
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has been named 'First Lady of
Broward 2000', been inducted
into Broward Women's Hall
of Fame, Broward's Senior
Hall of Fame. She has re-
ceived the State's Cooper-
Kirk Memorial Award for
Historical Research and
Preservation, Gold Choice
Award by Governor Jeb Bush
and Volunteer Services
Award by Sun Sentinel.
With all of that, McGarry
says, "My four children who
live in Chicago are my
biggest accomplishment.
Son, John, played with the
NFL Green Bay Packers and
is now in real estate. Suzanne
owns her own technology
company. Annette and Patrick
are both attorneys. My four
grandchildren are the frosting
on my cake"
Thank you, Carmen
McGarry, for your outstand-
ing contributions to both your
immediate and larger commu-
nities, as well as your efforts
to document and preserve
history!


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ESTABLISHED 1993
Volume XII, Issue 95
Founding Editor and Publisher
Anne Hanby Siren
Graphics: Rachel Ramirez Windsheimer
Bookkeeper: John White
Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Neuberger, Tom Greene,
Donna Torrey, Sandy Johnson, Lee Waldo,
Account Executives: Paul Shroads and Marianne Miccoli
Special Office Assistant: Cathy Siren
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Recycling old clothes is great

fashion for Mother Nature


Ask Mother Nature
By Norbert Izworski
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN

Q. What happens to the used clothing I donate to charity?
A. Some of the clothes you donate are sold in charitable resale shops,
some is given to those less fortunate, and some is actually recycled into new
garments.
Jana Hawley, a researcher at the University of North Texas reports that
the average American throws away 67.9 pounds of clothing and rags each
year. However, about 95 percent of the clothing we throw out could be
recycled.
Although facilities exist for recycling aluminum, glass, paper and plastic,
there are few protocols in place for recycling old clothes. People have the
right idea by taking their old clothes to charities, but many communities
could also order clothing recycling bins from for-profit companies.
Annually, textile recycling removes 2.5 billion pounds of clothing waste
that would otherwise end up in a landfill. This is an average of 10 pounds
per American, but it is a small fraction of what is thrown out. If more
people use nontraditional methods of recycling clothes in addition to donat-
ing to charity, this amount could be drastically reduced.
The textile recycling industry, made up of used clothing dealers, export-
ers, and fiber recyclers, are mostly small, family-owned businesses with
fewer than 500 employees. They purchase clothes as "mixed rags" surplus
from charitable organizations, or work out agreements with cities to place
collection bins in strategic locations. Nearly half of the garments reclaimed
by textile recyclers are exported to Third World nations to clothe the world's
poorest people. Secondhand clothing is all that is affordable to people who
earn as little as $200 a year.
For less than the cost of mailing a letter overseas, a pair of pants can be
sent to Africa or a blouse can go to Pakistan.
In another aspect of textile recycling, old clothes are made into new
items. Outside of the United States, wool and cashmere clothing is broken
down into fibers and processed into new fabric, and then made into new
clothing.
About 20 percent of the used clothing gathered by textile recycling
companies becomes cleaning and polishing cloths sold to the government or
industries for use in auto garages, furniture finishing and janitorial supply
operations. Washable cloth rags are easier on the environment than dispos-
able paper towels.
Clothes ruined by stains or other damage are recyclable, too. They can
be chopped into fine fiber called shoddy, a product used in mattresses, home
and auto insulation, and filtration systems. Recycled fabric can also be
shredded and refined for the aeronautics industry, and used to strengthen
plastics. Cotton rags can be chopped into shoddy for the paper industry.
Only about 2 percent of the materials that go to the textile recycling
houses end up in landfills. These items commonly include raincoats, plastic
shower curtains, and pillows damaged beyond re-use.
So the next time you clean out your closet,take your old garments to a
clothing recycling bin rather than just throwing them into the trash.


VIEWPOINTS


Reader sets the record straight

on condo recycling issue

To the editor:
After several weeks without our accustomed copy of the Pelican it was a
pleasure to find the Nov. 25 issue in our lobby this morning.
After a quick glance at this Phoenix-like issue of the Pelican, my eye
went to a story on the first page "Recycling fails to pass after sparks fly
over issues."
On Tuesday Nov. 22, I was sitting in the front row of the City Chambers
for that "sparky" commission meeting.
Frankly, I was appalled by the whole recycling saga like a low grade
Scandinavian battle between heroes and demons, the forces of good versus
the dark side in a never ending self-prolonging drama with no end in sight.
As a personal catharsis and perhaps in an attempt to set the record
straight, I would like to provide some background and then my conclusions.
It was back in July that the city commission rejected the proposed
recycling ordinance for reasons of impracticality, vagueness in language
and general non-workability.
Staff was then tasked with bringing forth a new ordinance based on
citywide investigation and analysis. The target date for presentation of this
ordinance was to have been at the first October 2005 commission meeting.
The:target date was missed with plausible reasons.
At the commission meeting on Nov. 22, 2005 the new ordinance was
tabled to Dec. 13, 2005 and staff was directed to negotiate with Waste
Management. In general, staff was to go back to square one in its attempt to
present a workable ordinance that would satisfy most residents and have a
positive effect on promoting actual recycling
SMy conclusions and opinions are summarized as follows.
1. No reasoning person can be opposed to the needs and benefits of
recycling.
2. A step forward by the city to expand recycling is long over due.
3. Garbage collection and recycling are big business.
4. The cost of recycling at the individual level must make economic
sense.
After a cursory two-hour survey of recycling logistics in Palm Aire by
city official, D. C. Maudlin, he reported there was no obstacle to the physi-
cal management of recycling. This is an over simplification of the logistics
that also ignores hidden economic impacts.
I can only trust that the city commission will persist in its demands that
staff do all necessary due diligence to generate an ordinance based on solid,
documented investigation, not only for Palm Aire; but also for all areas of
the city where there are multi-family dwellings.
Also, I would welcome a strong hand on the helm, Mr. Mayor, to bring a
much-needed improvement in the decorum and civility levels exhibited
during city commission meetings.
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Company, bought the Old
Pompano Bank and Bailey
Hotel on Northeast First
Street earlier this year, he
planned to restore the build-
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Local business owners and
residents hoped this develop-
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Pompano, the original bus-
tling center of bygone days.


. Mires recently requested a
30-day extension to the
closing date of Nov. 23, citing
hurricane damage to the
building which required
further inspection.
But in a recent memo, City
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forward with the original
closing date as city engineers
determined that ... no
damage had occurred as a
result of [Wilma]."
To date, no closing has
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manager, the city is "review-
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The building, condemned
and slated for demolition over
a year ago by the unsafe
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PELICAN STAFF
Two charming young
sisters came to the United
States from Hungary just two
years ago and decided to open
a gourmet Hungarian delica-
tessen.
They combined their
names, Bernadett Solymosi
and Krisztina Downey to open
Dettcris,'a store front location
in Beachway Shopping Plaza
at 812 N. Federal Highway.
"This was a totally differ-
ent business for us," says
Bemadett. "I was an aerobics
teacher and Krisztina was a
nail technician. We did this on
a hunch and fortunately we
both have employed husbands
so we can take the time
needed to build a business."
They seem to have suc-
ceeded in making themselves
known to many Americans
and the many European
customers who live and
.vacation in the area.
"They all enjoy our
selections of imported wines,
sausages, cheeses, packaged
sweets imported from Ger-
many, Rumania, Croatia and
Hungary. We also carry some
gourmet American products,"
Krisztina says. "We try hard
to stock unique items not
available elsewhere."
Unique Hungarian
wines
* According to the sisters,
Tokaji is famous in Hungary
and very popular here with
peoplle-who. ar familiar with
it or try it and love it.
A white, somewhat sweet
wine, Tokaji comes in levels
from.three to six. The levels
determine the age and alco-
holic content.
According to the printed
material, "Tokaji wines can
be aged for centuries and
improve with age. Grapes
must be grown only in an
Atmosphere of high humidity
and a long, warm autumn to
work their magic.
"Only the Tokaji region
has these ideal conditions.
Bottled Tokaji lasts for ages
and is 'The King of wines and
the wine of Kings.' Priced
from $21.99 to $45.99 for 1/2
liter," Bernadett says, "Most
people choosing Tokaji are
already devotees of it."
Another popular wine is


Egri Bikaver or Bull's Blood.
This rich, red wine claims to
be 'like the blood of a bull.' It
is full-bodied and spicy, yet
smooth as velvet. "It's great
with cheese and red meats,"
Krisztina says. "Priced from
$9.99 to $11.99, these two
popular Hungarian wines now
have a great following here."
Traditional Hungarian
Sausage
Dettcris is gradually
expanding its sausage inven-
tory, incorporating varieties
from both Germany and
Hungary. The most popular
brand carried is Gyulai, a
smoked, spicy sausage with a
lot of paprika. "This is a
traditional breakfast sausage
in Hungary and is also served
with cheeses and crackers at
cocktail time," Bemadett
explains.
Imported sweets for the
holidays or anytime ,.:
Elizabeth Piegler, owner
of the newsstand nearby,
stopped in to pick up a
Marmor cake which she says
is "wonderful with morning
coffee. I grew up in a city
very close to where the girls
come from. I was happy when
they opened this store. Once
again I can enjoy treats from
home."
Shoppers will find
Christstolleri with butter or
marzipan filling from Ger-
many. There are chocolate
Santas and chocolate orna-
ment balls from Hungary to
hang on the tree and to eat.
Mouth watering Hungarian
Bonbonetti are creamed
truffles filled with Bailey's
liquor or Tiramisu. The sisters
explain that chestnut puree
can be enjoyed as a cake
filling or as is with a topping
of whipped cream. Another
product, cooked chestnuts, are.
ready to eat. The real choco-
late Christmas tree ornaments,
called Szaloncukor, are
colorful, edible additions to
the tree.
For children, a chocolate
Advent calendar counts down
the 24 days to Christmas.
"We loved this wonderful
calendar when we were little,"
Krisztina recalls.
"Children are encouraged
to peal off one day at a time
building the excitement as
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Bernadett Solymosi and Krisztina Downey, owners of Dettcris Hungarian Imports at 812 N. Federal Hwy., are surrounded
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For a touch of home, this is
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Airpark

Continued from page 1

staging points for supplies.
Campbell added that the
airpark's main hangar door
collapsed, destroying another
28 planes.
"We worked 24 hours a
day for two weeks cleaning
up," said Campbell.
Even with pre-hurricane
preparations, the destruction
at the park wreaked over $5
million in damage.
Dealing with fuel
In the days preceding the
storm, crews emptied two fuel
trucks into underground tanks
at the park. Two other trucks
were sent off location during
the storm so they could return
and resume fueling.
After the storm, damaged


aircraft had to be de-fueled to
prevent environmental
damage and ground contami-
nation.
"After the de-fueling, we
returned them to their original
spots so insurance adjusters
could complete their inspec-
tions," said Campbell.
With no electricity after
the storm, the fueling process
required generators.
"Mr. Anthony had to pull
in generators from other jobs
for that," said Campbell.
Adding to the disaster, ,
Campbell said looters came
on the scene, stealing plane
parts and other items, requir-
ing the Broward Sheriff's
Office to patrol the park.
"We took a big hit," said
Campbell. "We lost 80
percent of our business."
Plans for rebuilding are


already in progress. The main
hangar will be completely
rebuilt. Eleven sets of T-
hangars were destroyed.
Campbell says 24 new sets
will be constructed.
But the immediate prob-
lem for air traffic will be the
removal of the huge mounds
of twisted metal that littered
the area, consisting largely of
parts from destroyed hangars.
"We're going to have to
pay some company to come
take it to a recycling center.
We can't have debris flying
around," said Campbell.
"People see us as a large
company. They don't truly
understand that every part of
our business operates on its
own. Mr. Anthony is deter-
mined to build this park even
stronger than the required
code."


Anthony Aviation occu-
pies 40 acres of the 935-acre
Pompano Airpark. Part of that
is subleased to other aviation
companies, including helicop-
ter, aviation and other ser-
vices. Anthony holds a lease
from the City of Pompano
Beach, paying a monthly rent
of $19,000. The park operates
runways for general aviation.
Pompano Airpark was
constructed during World
War II as a satellite airfield
for training purposes. In 1947,
under a land surplus act, the
FAA turned the field over to
Pompano Beach. Since then,
the land has been used for the
city's municipal park, the
Sand & Spurs Equestrian
Park, the Emma Lou Olson
Civic Center and
Amphitheatre and other city
offices. While the city owns


all land rights to the property,
the FAA controls all air space
and the air tower.
Steve Rocco, airpark
manager, has been through
many pre-hurricane drills, and
the plans for Wilma were no
different. "But this one did
catch many pilots off guard.
Most pilots fly their planes out
of the path of the storm. This
time an inordinate number of
pilots remained, thinking it
wouldn't be so bad. They just
got complacent," he said.
Rocco said Wilma caused
no damage to the tower. Most
of the damage with the FAA
operations occurred on
runways with electrical lights.
Rocco says he thinks total
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On Nov. 20, the congrega-
tion of Ocean Drive Lutheran
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40 years of fellowship in the
Pompano Beach community.
The afternoon service
included many uplifting
hymns and passages to
commemorate this passage of
time. Pastor Roger Kobleske,
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current vice-president and
professor at Luther Prepara-
tory School in Watertown,
* Wisconsin, spoke on the
churches time of grace.
He said, "Our personal
need for Jesus is still just as
.great today as it was 40 years
ago when Ocean Drive
Lutheran Church was formed,
so, ministering to the commu-
nity is still a focal point in our
church."
Following this service of
thanksgiving 100 church
members proceeded to the
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early evening supper and
program. Congratulatory
notes sent from former
pastors, teachers and congre-
gation members, who were

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Lighthouse Point Police
Department's 50th Anni-
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are asking for help in finding
any items or articles relating
to the Lighthouse Police
Department, like old photo-
graphs, newspaper articles,
patches, equipment and
other memorabilia. Anyone
with any related material
contact Detective Joseph


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EVENTS
Florida Humane Society
will sponsor a Pet Photo
event at the Boca Raton
PetSmart store (20861 State
Rd 7) and the Coral Springs
Petsmart store (4151 Turtle
Creek Drive) for pet photos
with Santa Claws from 11
a.m. to 4 p.m. on Dec. 3, 4,
10,11, 17,18. $5 goes to the
Florida Humane Society.
954-570-9507.
COLLECTIBLE FLEA
MARKET First United


Methodist Church, 217 NE
3 St., Pompano Beach, will
host a Flea Market, Dec.
10, from 8 a.m. to 2:30
p.m.. Old Jewelry, china,
crystal and other col-
lectibles will be on sale.
Call 954 946-3420.
FREE DOGGIE
BUFFET Join friends of
the Florida Humane Soci-
ety at the Sliver Sleigh,
1319 E. Sample Road, Dec.
11. Bring your well-
behaved pets. Take Santa
Photos and support the


Society. A special unveiling
of the rendering of the new
Society Building will high-
light this afternoon from noon
to 4 p.m. Call 954-242-6383
or 954-943-4388. Pets Free.
Humans $10. All proceeds
benefit the Florida Humane
Society.
Check out the owls at the
Anne Kolb Nature Center,
751 Sheridan St., Hollywood,
along with the Falcon
Batchelor Bird of Prey Center


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Church

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unable to attend the festivi-
ties; were read by David
Fischer, a member of the
church.
Nita Nolting a 30-year
member of the church com-
mented that the event was
"well planned and executed,
and this is a happy time for
our congregation with old
friends and new friends
coming together."
At one time ODLC also
housed an elementary school,
however, through the years
the school parcel was sold and
the congregation focused on
addressing the needs of an
increasingly varied cultural
area.
Pastor Roger Kobleske
said, "The population of
Southeastern Florida has
exploded and I am convinced
has an even more varied
culture than 40 years ago. But
people's basic need for God's
forgiveness in Christ and
ODLC's commitment to
sharing that message of
forgiveness remains. That is
its future because Christ is the
Cornerstone."
Ocean Drive Evangelical
Lutheran Church, located at
109 SE 10th Ave. in Pompano
Beach, was established in
1962 and has been serving
God in the community at its
present location since 1965.
Throughout its history,
ODLC has committed itself to
offering Christian education
to children and opportunities
for spiritual growth to adults.
The congregation, together
with its new pastor, Rev.
James Werner, has decided to
rename itself Pompano
Lutheran Church to better
reflect its renewed commit-
ment to its mission of serving
God and its local community.
For more information please
call 954 -942-1216.




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



Prestige Club carries on Halloween gala


tradition in November despite Wilma


By Sandy Johnson and
Lee Waldo
SOCIAL MATTERS
The holiday bustle is
definitely upon us. This is the
time of year that 24 hours in a
day is just not enough time to
get everything done.. Oh for
just a few more hours to do this
or that!

We attended the
Prestige Club
Celebrity
Waiter Masked Ball. This
was postponed from Hallow-
een
weekend,
due to dear

Wilma,
hence the
costume
theme for
a Thanks- :
giving
party. The
Prestige
Club of
Broward
was
formed in
1995 by
Polly
Wilkie Lee Waldo and Sandy
Johnson
and KittyJohnson
Thibault
to raise funds for sick children
and seniors. They have a
monthly breakfast meeting to
raise funds and also collect
coins from the three fountains
at the Pembroke Lakes Mall.
The small group is made up of
local business people and
membership is limited to 100
people.
President Polly Wilkie's
son, Bart Reed, also a Prestige
Club member, was recently
killed in a car accident. In his
memory, the club has estab-
lished a scholarship fund.
The Masquerade Ball was a
great success and had two
really unique features. First
there was a gentleman reading
* tarot cards for the guests.
Wow. He was so right about
my recent past that it made the
hair stand up on my arms! I
think he made me a believer in
this ancient art'of card reading!
The event included La Mys-
tique Dancers who wowed the
crowd with fabulous costume
changes, matching their outfits
to the tunes they performed.
From Salsa, to a skit from
Chicago, to the 50's music,
each set was more fun than the


Lighthouse Point Mayor Fred Schorr and Deerfield Beach Mayor Al Capellini
prepare for the "You've Been Flocked" competition for the American Cancer
Society Relay for Life.


Deerfield Bo) s and Girls Club president Tina Darga% age. husband Joe. and Dan
Do.d at the Pre.suge Club Celebnty Waiter Masked Ball The Boys and Girls
Club is one of the chanties that benefits fron the Prestige Club


Operation Brave Kid recipient Sergeant Burns and his family attend the
Exchange Club Thanksgiving Feast Meeting.


last. .
The performers came out
into the cro\ d and invited
people to join them dancing.
They got;even the faint of
heart outon the floor having
a good time.
The guests were decked
out in their Halloween finery
and didn't seem to mind at
all that.ft \was November!
And not to be forgotten was
the-delicious food provided
by Carrabba's Restaurant
who never cease to amaze
me with the charitable
donations at so many events!
The Prestige Club is
starting up a group for
Northern Broward and
Southern Palm Beach
County and cordially invite
anyone interested to a wine
and cheese social. This will
be held on Dec. 6 from 5:30
to 7:30 p.m. at the Delray
Beach Country Club.
Please call 561-243-7385
for more information. They
will support many of our
local charities so it would be
a dynamic group to get in on
the ground floor with.
President Ted Foreman is
enthusiastic and ready to go!!


he Make-a-Wish
Foundation held
its annual golf
classic at Broken Sound
Country Club in Boca Raton.
Amateurs played in fivesomes
with the fifth person being a
PGA professional. The post-
tournament program and live
auction were hosted by ESPN
760 Radio Russ Evans. The
tournament was won by the
foursome from VITAS
InnovAitive Hospice Care.
Speaking of Make-A-Wish, I
don't know how many of you
know that the founder of the
organization Nancy Strom
recently passed away after a
three- year battle with ovarian
cancer. The whole foundation
started in the mid-1980's out
of Ms. Strom's home as a
project of the Plantation
Junior Women's Club. In
the first year they granted the
wish of one eleven-year-old
boy who wanted a personal
computer system. Since then
they have helped 5,400
wishes come true, including
505 last year alone. On their
20th anniversary in 2003, Ms.


Strom said, "Doctors.provide
the medicine. ,Mak.A-Wish
provides the magic aifd :
together miracles happen."
Nancy was recently honored
posthumously by receiving
the lifetime Achievement
Award from the American
Federation of Philanthro-
pists. As Steve Demar,
chairman of the board has
said, "Nancy, you will be
greatly missed but never
forgotten." The Nancy J.
Strom Memorial Fund has
been created which when they
reach their goal of $125', 000
will allow one wish a year to
be granted perpetually in
Nancy's memory.

We bid Pompano
Beach's
Kristen
Jacobs a fond farewell on the
end of her successful year as
Mayor of Broward County.
As Kristen prepared to resume
her position as a county
commissioner, she said that
Broward County is "excellent,
financially solid and prepared
for the challenges of the next
decade. It has been a year of
progress and achievement--a
year which we can all be
proud of." Kristen dedicated
her term to a number of
environmental issues, includ-
ing clean air and water, public
transportation and improving
the county's tree canopy.
Thanks, Kristen. Your town
salutes you!!


onnie Vasu
celebrated her
50th
birthday in style.
:Owner of the Blue Martini in
Galleria Mall, she invited
friends for a gala evening to
show she was just really a'
youngster at heart. Semi-
formal attire for the cocktails.
dinner and dancing let Me.ry-
one show off the latest
fashion statement. 'Seen
enjoying the music andy
evening \%ere MNarsha and
Phil Linville along wihi Lona
Harris.

n leave from -
Kandahar.'--
Afghanistli_,
Sergeant First Class.Robert
Burns, his wife Chrisfh.e.
sons Robert John H and
James Patrick, and parents
Jim and Dottie Glowcynski
joined the Exchange Club at
their annual Thanksgiving
feast at the Flaming Pit.
Sergeant Burs spoke to the
club regarding his career,
duties in Kandahar and
answered many questions. He
has been a soldier since 1987
and is also a veteran of the
First Gulf War in Iraq. It was
a very emotional experience
for many in the audience who
listened to Sergeant Burns
talk about duty, family and
the support that they receive
from and at home.

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Lighthouse Point readies for holiday celebration


By Judy Vik
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Lighthouse Point will
usher in the holidays with its
annual celebration, "Light-


house A Glow" on Dec. 7.
Festivities begin at 6:30
p.m. and run until 8:30 p.m. at
Frank McDonough Park, 3500
NE 27 Ave.


"We're missing some
trees, but the park is back up
and running," said John
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A Glow
Continuedfrom page 14

Commissioner Jane
iMcLaughlin, who foundedthe
celebration. Until it began, the,
community never had a single
event to celebrate the holi-
days, she said.
"Thsisi a wonderful
community event to share
with neighbors and a way to
touch base with everyone and
give thanks that we're all well
and safe," McLaughlin said.
"Arid it's a way to connect
when the community has just
gone through so much," she
added.
Two piles of snow will be
in place for the youngsters,
one for those age five and
above and one for those five
and under. Train rides and
face painting also are planned,
along with caroling.
Students from the'
Realdance Studio in Light-


house Point are scheduled to
perform at 6:40 p.m. At 7
p.m. Santa and Mayor Fred
Schorr will light the 30-foot
tree. "Something special will
happen when the tree is lit,"
Trudel said. :,; : .
The Atlantic High School
Eagle-Ettes and Dancers Edge
Company of Southern Dance
Theater will perform from
7:15 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.
The Friends of the Light-
house Point Library plan a
bake sale during the event,
and the library Teen Advisory
Board will sell bottled water
and soft drinks. The Exchange
Club will be serving popcorn,
and pizza and soda from
Domino's Pizza will be for
sale. Cookies and cocoa will
be served all evening.
Those attending are invited
to bring a new, unwrapped "
toys for "Toys for Tots." Rain
date for the celebration is
Thursday, Dec. 8.


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Continued from page 13

Sergeant Burns and his
family were invited as a part
of the Exchange Club's
participation in "Operation
Brave Kid." This program,
the brainchild of club member
John Ghee, provides a
monthly gift card to the
children of our soldiers,
sailors, airmen and marines
while their spouses serve our
country in the war zones of
Iraq and Afghanistan.
To date Operation Brave
Kid has taken care of over
1,500 children of our brave
service members from here in
South Florida. Check out
their web-site at
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Adam Drucker, a ninth
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Exchange Club members say,
"Thank you Sergeant Burns
and all the others serving our
country and thanks for the
honor of you and your family
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By Susan Siren
PELICAN STAFF

How about a night of great
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The Starting Gate Restau-
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Roasted Duck [$17.95], but is
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Stuffed Cabbage [$13.95] and
Wiener Schnitzel [$14.95] to
bring out the eastern Euro-
pean in you.
Our dinner starts with a
mild Chopped Liver appetizer
followed by a hearty bowl of
Mushroom and Barley soup.


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While enjoying a glass of
Blackstone Cabernet, Peter
our dinner host, presents a
beautiful Veal Goulash
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Duo "Matt & Nat" sing and
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The Starting Gate Bar is their
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When you want to kick your casual
entertaining up a notch, try a new way
to pair food and wine. Prepare dishes
with varying flavors such as tart, spicy,
savory or zesty herb. The bold and full-
flavored dishes offered here provide an
excellent palette with which to combine
the intriguing tastes of gourmet sausage
with the sheer elegance of wine.
Serve your guests different varieties of
wines, from Chardonnay and Viognier
to Syrah and Merlot. Serve small
helpings of each dish on each guest's
plate. Take a sip of the wine first, then
tell the others what you taste. Then
sample the first dish followed by that
same wine and compare notes. Do the
wine and food taste better alone or
together?
Then do it all again with the next
variety of wines. You'll soon find a
great match and have a memorable
evening!
For more delicious gourmet sausage
recipes, perfect for entertaining, visit
www.emerilsgourmetmeats.com.


Kicked Up Mediterranean
Orzo Salad
Serves: 12 to 15 generous portions
1 pound orzo pasta
1 (12.8-ounce) package Emeril's
Sun-Dried Tomato Gourmet
Smoked Sausage (4 links),
cut into 1/4-inch slices
1 (10-ounce)jar sun-dried tomatoes
in herbed oil, drained
(oil reserved) and sliced
1 (12-ounce) can artichoke hearts,
drained and quartered
1/2 large red onion, finely diced
1 (6-ounce) can sliced black olives,
drained
1/2 pound feta cheese, drained
and cut into 1/2-inch cubes
1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
1 bunch Italian parsley, washed,
dried and chopped
1 heaping tablespoon Italian
seasoning Salt and freshly
ground pepper to taste
1 to 2 tablespoons dried red pepper
flakes (optional)
Cook orzo al dente, drain and rinse in
cold water; drain well and set aside.
In large bowl place sausage, sun-dried
tomatoes, artichokes, onion, olives and
feta. Add cooled orzo to mixture and
pour in reserved oil from sun-dried
tomatoes. Add olive oil. Mix gently.
Fold in parsley. Add Italian seasoning
and salt and pepper to taste. Add red
pepper flakes. Serve well chilled.

Stuffed Mushrooms
Serves: 4
1 (12.8-ounce) package Emeril's
Kicked Up Gourmet Smoked
Sausage (4 links)
12 stuffing-size portobello
mushrooms or
approximately 15 button
mushrooms


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* Carved-to-Order: London Broil...
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* Thick Center-Cut Pork Loin Braised in a
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$10.99
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* Homemade Cornish Style Steak Pot Pies in
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* New Item!! Maple Baked Chicken Thighs with
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* Colombo's "Oh -So-Slow-Roasted"
Yankee Pot Roast Dinner $9.99
* Carved-to-Order: Standing Prime Rib Roast
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1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese,
softened
1/2 cup bread crumbs
1/2 cup Smoking Loon Syrah,
divided
Preheat oven to 3250F. Cook sausage in
skillet and crumble with fork until
evenly browned. Drain and set aside.
To prepare mushroom cups, remove and
chop stems; set aside.
In medium bowl, mix chopped
mushroom stems, cream cheese and
bread crumbs. Stir in sausage and 1/4
cup wine. Spoon mixture into mush-
room cups. Transfer to large baking
dish and cover with the remaining wine.
,Bake 25 to 30 minutes, or until lightly
browned.


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11/2 pounds (16 to 20) shrimp
1 (12.8-ounce) package Emeril's
Habanero & Green
Gourmet Smoked Sausage (4
links)
1/2 cup seasoned bread crumbs
1 teaspoon Emeril's Bam!
Seasoning
1 1/2 cups minced fresh or canned
pineapple
1/4 cup thinly sliced green onion
1/4 cup small diced red onion
1/4 cup small diced red pepper
or pimentos
1/2 teaspoon grated fresh or
powdered ginger
1 tablespoon cornstarch
1 tablespoon cold water
Rice mix (optional)
Preheat oven to 3500F.
Boil shrimp 3 to 5 minutes. Rinse, peel,
devein and split shrimp (butterfly).
Cook sausage to package directions
(reserve liquid). Place sausage in food
processor and grind.
In bowl, combine bread crumbs,
seasoning and sausage. Place 1
tablespoon sausage mixture on each
butterflied shrimp. In small saucepan,
add pineapple, reserved cooking liquid,
green onion, red onion, red pepper and
ginger. Bring ingredients to boil and
add cornstarch/cold water and mix to
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individual shrimp and bake 3 to 5
minutes.
For additional flavor after baking,
drizzle remaining sauce over shrimp and
serve over favorite rice mix.

Finding a Great Match
Bend the rules a bit. You don't
always have to pair a white wine
with fish or chicken, red wine
with meat. Sometimes opposite
flavors attract. In other instances,
similar flavors complement each
other best. Let your palate be the
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following:
-Savory and sweet flavors, as in
Chicken & Apple Gourmet
Smoked Sausage, with a
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layers.of ripe honeydew, vanilla
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Smoked Sausage, with a Pinot
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-Bacon, garlic, and red wine
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French Style Gourmet Smoked
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Kicked Up Gourmet Smoked
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Syrah
-Hot and spicy flavors, as in the
Habanero & Green Chile
Gourmet Smoked Sausage, with
. a crisp, fruity Chardonnay

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visit www.donandsons.com.
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By Steve Wolf
POMPANO PARK RACING
It may-have taken three
years and 72 tries, but the
four-year-old pacer, Rip Rock
And Roll, finally won a race,
winning the 4th at Pompano
Park Monday, a non-wagering
matinee event with a purse of
$2,100.
Driven by Terry Morgan,
Rip Rock And Roll won by
one and three-quarter lengths -
in 1:57.3. Rip Rock And
Roll's breeder, owner and
trainer, Ralph Collins of
Pompano Beach, missed the
special event. He is a tree
surgeon during the day and
was out on call because of all
the work he has gotten from
Hurricane Wilma.
"It was great news I got
over the phone." Collins said.
"I knew he (Rip, Rock And
Roll) was due to win. He's
tough and has had a lot of bad
luck but that has changed
now."
In the 3rd race trot, 71-
year-old Lazar Popov drove
the first winner of his career,
guiding Southwind Pepper to
an easy two and one-quarter
length victory in 2:01.1.


"I wanted to prove to my
friends that I can make it as a
driver!" Popov said. "What a
great day this is."
Popov escaped from
Yugoslavia in 1956 and then
lived in Italy, France, Austra-
lia and Canada before coming
to the United States in 1974
when he first discovered
harness racing.
"I grew Up on a farm in
Yugoslavia and had horses
but never knew of harness
racing." Popov said. "What a


great sport this was and I
wanted to work in it. Once I
got my trainers license in
1994 my friends said I could
never make it as a driver. I got
my drivers license in 1996
and today I showed them I
that I could win."
Popov, a Pompano Beach
resident, owns and trains
Southwind Pepper.
Monday was the final non-
wagering matinee program as
Pompano Park will return to
live night time racing this
Friday, Dec. 2.


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Pompano Beach ,Ai Pom-
pano Park will be ready to re-
open for live harness racing on
Friday, December 2 following
repairs and cleanup from the
aftermath of Hurricane Wilma.
The track will begin with
live racing three nights a week,
Wednesday, Friday and Satur-
day with first post at 7:25 pm.
Admission and general parking
is free.
"Last night we tested the
lighting system and everything
worked fine," said General
Manager Dick Feinberg.
"Along with some of our horse-
men, we actually walk around
the racetrack at night and made
sure there is adequate lighting
for night racing."
Live racing will take place


Wednesday, Friday and Satur-
day until Dec. 19 when the track
will add Monday nights to the
live schedule.
"Our tote system and
teletimer infield board have
been repaired," Feinberg added.
The Top of the Park Restau-
rant on the 6th floor is set to
open Friday but the children's
playground area is closed until
new fencing arrives.
"In time we will have most
everything repaired or re-
placed," Feinberg said. "But it
will take time and we are happy
to be able to get back into busi-
ness before the start of the win-
ter season."
The first promotion for the
reopening will be Toys For Tots
Night on Dec. 17. Patrons are
asked to bring in a new, un-
wrapped toy or make a $5 cash
donation with proceeds going


to needy children in Pompano
Beach. Patrons making a dona-
tion will get an entry blank for
prize drawings that include bet-
ting vouchers, gift certificates
and dinners at the Top of the
Park Restaurant.
"It's a great promotion to
kick off the holiday season at
Pompano Park," Feinberg said.
"There are so many children in
our county whose parents were
out of work during the storm,
have lost their job. This will
help make their holiday much
better."
"After what has happened
here in the later part of 2005, I
will most certainly be ready to
usherin 2006." Feinberg said."It
should be a grand celebration as
we move forward and work on
returning to our business at
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at the Miami Museum of
Science and the Institute of
Wildlife Sciences are co-
sponsoring a program titled
OWLS GIVE A HOOT, for
all ages, on Dec. 17, from 6
to 8 p.m. This family-
appropriate event will feature
live owls, a brief talk, crafts,


and a movie. The charge is
$3 per person.
CRAFT FAIRS
McNab Elementary
School will host a Craft Fair,
Dec. 3, from 8 a.m. to 11
a.m. at 1350 SE 9 Ave.. Fed.
Hwy and McNab Road. Call
754-322-7050.
SCHOOLS
Pompano Beach Middle
School is collecting
Campbell Soup labels for


Education. To help the
school, please save labels
from Campbell Soup,
Pepperidge Farm, V-8 Juice
and Swanson's Broth and
canned poultry. For more
information, call 754-322-
4200.
VOLUNTEERS
CAROLE GREEN,
Secretary of the Florida of
Elder Affairs, is seeking
volunteers for SHINE,


Serving Health Insurance
Needs of Elders, program.
Call 954-714-3464.
American Cancer
Society- Want to help
someone along the Road to
Recovery? Drive a Cancer
Patient to Treatment. Some-
times the biggest challenge
in cancer treatment is getting
there. Contact Ann Johnson,
area patient services repre-
sentative, 954-564-0880 ext.


132.
The Guardian Ad Litem
Program offers volunteers
positions to work with
children who are alleged to
be abused, neglected, aban-
doned or involved in court
proceedings. For more
information on how to make
a difference in the life of a
child, call 954-831-6477.

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SUNDAY WORSHIP 815 A.M. & 10:45 A.M.
S SUNDAY SCHOOL- 9:15 A.M
SUN REAL TIME PRAISE & WORSHIP 9:30 A.M.
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210 N.E. 3RD Si'RE.ET POMPANO BEACH
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Eucharist 8.00 am & 10.30 am
tO St. V'iCfiOlIS Children's Programs 10 30 am
F copd Church Adult Ed 930
Episcopal Churchf "' Ed 9 3
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Thrift Shop Hours: Thurs. 10-2pm & Heli eie 1
Sat. 10-lpm Sun. 12-1pm Followed B B
I 1 E. Sample Rd., Pompano Beach, FL 33064 954-942-5887

First Christian Church
"where church feels like family"
1860 NE 39th St., Pompano Beach
1 block N of Sample 1 block W of US 1
954-942-2515
Sunday WIorship: Wednesday:
10:45 a.m with nursery, preschool Yth Chr -6.30 p.m.
worship & jr worship for gr. Adul & Yuth Bible Studies 7-8
"HearLthaper Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Home of First Christian Preschool Monday Friday


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Services & RE classes Sunday at 11:00am
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Unty Church of Pompano Beach, where love grows, affirms the presence of the Lord is in this place and in all places
and in all people. Knowing and accepting this, we embrace people of every race, every color, every creed, and every
lifestyle, knowing that there are many paths to GOD, many names for GOD, many faces of GOD, but only one God;
and this GOD is expressing through all creation in many, many ways. We come together to experience and express
the Christ Soirit that dwells within each of us.


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s [.ein.r,--Vigil: 4:30 pm 6:00 pm (Spanish)
V.r, ;fi. y.;.l,t., 7:30 am 9:00 am
10:30 am 12 Noon
Weekdays 8:00 am 5:30 pm
3331 N.E. 10th Terrace
Pompano Beach
954-941-8117


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"Go ye into all the \world.
and preach the gospel"
"My house shall be called a
house of prayer for all nations.
for all people."


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S 'The Pink Church" Serving God and the communityfor 50 years
J. 2331 NE 26th Avenue, Pompano Beach 954-941-2308
S One Block Northeast of Copans Road and US-1
Sunday Worship 8:00 am (informal),
10:00 am (traditional), 11:21 am (contemporary)
6:00 pm (Brazilian), Saturday 7:30 pm (Spanish)
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ALL ARE WELCOME!
Phone numbers: 954-270-2532 or 561-965-1823
E-mail: discipleship@topwpb.org
Pastor Hiram Dwayne Marcum
Service' arc held at the Pompano Highland
Recreation C(enter Ihsfi( NE 5ilih Court
Pomipaio Reach. FL 3306-1
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(6 Blocks So. of Atlantic 1/2 Blk. E. of Federal Hwy.)
Sunday Bible Study 9 a.m. / Worship 10 a.m. & 6 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study 7 p.m. Frank Berry, Minister
Church (954) 941-3709 Res. (954) 776-7504
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FLORAL DESIGNER- P/T
Shop Exp. a Must! Creative,
Upbeat, Good Customer
Service Skills. Call Ken 954-
568-0500. 12/09
POSITIONS OPEN, HAIR
STYLIST Also nail tech and
facialist. All with some following.
Pompano Beach location. Call
954-868-1894. PS
SECRETARY/GIRL FRIDAY-
P/T, paid vacation/good salary.
954-781-7310. 12/02
CHRISTIAN PRESCHOOL
looking for full & part-time help.
45 hour training or CDA a plus.
Call Cindy at 954-943-7776. pel
TEACHER CHRISTIAN
PRESCHOOL Full or Part time
45 hrs training/CPR. First Aid/
Fingerpaint required. CDA
preferred. Call First Christian
954-942-2549. 12/09
APPOINTMENT SETTERS -
Up to $22/hr. paid wkly.
Bonuses + Comm. FT/PT. Will
Train. Ask for Yolanda 954-709-
6014 Pompano Area. 12/02
CNAs & MED TECHs Senior
Community Experienced, good
pay, Pompano Bch 954-926-
5600 or Hollywood 954-942-
2233. Mm
PART TIME CHRUCH
SEXTON, light maintenance,
church bldgs & furnishings.
Provide set up & cleaning
facilities for evening orweekend
activities as needed. Exp.
Preferred. Call 954-942-4473.
12/09
CLEANING STAFF needed For
Beautiful Homes. Weekly
Paycheck. Transportation
Provided. Benefits. English
Speaking. Daytime Monday-
Friday. Royal Maids. 954-480-
6243.
KITCHEN MANAGER needed.
Apply in person at the Flaming
Pit Restaurant 1150 N. Federal
Hwy, Pompano Beach. pc
COOKS & SERVERS Senior
- Community Experienced, good
pay, Pompano Bch 954-926-
5600 or Hollywood 954-942-
2233.
MEDICAL ASST. or L.P.N.
physicians weight loss Now
Hiring immed. position
available. P/T or F/T. Salary
plus comm. Call Pam 954-829-
1169. mm
SERVERS W/EXP. Call Joe or
Walter at Umberto's Pompano
Bch 954-784-7110. mm


PIZZA MAKERS, WAIT
STAFF- Bus person and drivers.
Di'Salvo's Lighthouse Point.
Call Charlie at 954-775-5901.
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PERSON NEEDED for
customer service & cleaning-
also need baker; Croissant
Licious. 354 E McNab 954-788-
2338.
NOW HIRING- delivery drivers,
dish washers, cashiers, kitchen
prep, line cooks. Peyote Joe's,
Pompano Beach, 954-943-
6000.
COCKTAIL WAITRESS- apply
in person at Gary's Sports Bar -
Pompano Bowl 2200 N. Federal
Hwy.
MECHANICS NEEDED- For
diesel & gas engines. Also
boatyard help bottom painting,
etc. 954-421-3443.
DRIVER/CHAUFFEUR for mini
bus. Must have CDLplus 2 years
experience. Flexible hours.
Familiar with Dade, Broward
and Palm Beach. Must be neat
and punctual. 954-783-9739.
DRIVER-Part time. Must know
Broward County. Clean lic.
Floral Exp. Preferred. Call Ken.
954-568-0500.

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Realty
2700 W. Atlantic Blvd.
Suite 212
Pompano Beach
FL 33069

Office
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Tile & carpet, washer & dryer.
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CONDO FOR SALE- Ft.
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bedroom/1.5 bath, Floor 12,
asking $425,000 Call Bill 954-
599-9503.
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area. 2 great condos! 2/2 corner
unit, wrap around balcony, huge
windows $369,900. 1/1 large
unit $269,900. 954-725-6552.
HILLSBORO BEACH 2/2
Condo on Intracoastal & Access
to Private Beach. $425,000.
Leaf & Fattore Realty 954-77 1-
5895.
POMPANO CONDO FOR
SALE First Floor, 1/1
renovated. Near laundry,
storage, rec. room, and mail
boxes. Ideal Location for
Shopping, Transit and Houses
of Worship. 954-942-0869. 12/
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SEASONAL RENTALS.
Pompano Beach 2/1 condo.
Heated pool. Near golf & fishing
park. Clubhouse. Completely
furnished. $1800 seasonal,
$975 yearly. Available
immediately. 631-428-3645.


DOCK RENTALS
POMPANO BEACH. NFB.
Deep water. Quiet secure area.
$10 a foot. Call 954-778-8935.
11/25
LHP Up to 130ft. No LVBD.
Corner lot, wide canal. No fixed
bridges. Secure $12-14/ft 954-
599-4994 leave message.


AUTOS FOR
SALE

NISSAN EX240 for sale. 1990
Everything works. Drives well.
Asking $1500. Call 754-245-
3988. 12/02


VEHICLES
WANTED
ONE MAN'S JUNK IS
ANOTHER MAN'S
TREASURE!!! Wanted...All
Vehicles. Running or not! Used,
wrecked and junk! Top dollar
paid!!! All makes/models. Free
pick-up. 954-588-7501. 12/09


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Up to $22/hr. paid wkly.
Bonuses + Comm. FT/PT. Will
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MISCELLANEOUS
UNIQUE GIFT. Ancestry
Researched and Charted.
Copies of birth and death
certificates may be secured.
Learn about your family tree.
For further info call Ginnie 954-
401-8314. 12/02
YAMAHA DTXPRESS III
Special. Electronic Drum Kit.
Hardly used, 6 months old.
$1600 new, asking $1200.
Everything included. Call 954-
788-7111.11/25
HUFFY GIRL BICYCLE, 2004,
40 hours. Wide seat & basket.
Purchased at Sports Authority.
Asking $125. Call 954-598-
4028.12/02
SEARS BATTERY JUMPER,
$10. 954-253-3599. 12/02
20" TV EMERSON w/ remote
and VCR. Color works well.
Excellent condition. $25. 954-
253-3599. 12/02
WANTED TO BUY...Nice Old
Things. Watches, Fountain
pens, Jewelry, Silver, Medals,
Cameras, Art, Designer items,
etc. Call Dirk 954-696-8261.


SERVICES

APPLIANCE SERVICE $29.95
to check any appliance. No
service charge if repaired.
Lower repair prices on all major
brands. Over 20 years local
experience. Call Don 954-943-
4242. pel

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upscale climate for quality
singles to dine, meet, and
mingle. For information
about upcoming events, call
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Social Club Dance is held
every Wednesday from 7:30
to 11 p.m. in the church hall,
380 S. Federal Hwy., Deer-
field Beach. Call 954-984-
4037 or 954-972-7199.
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at 9 p.m. at the Pompano
Beach Power Squadron
Building. Call 954-788-
2672.
60+, Single and Active
meets every Tuesday at 2:30


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Park Road, Boca Raton.
Refreshments. Call 561-395-
8920.
TODAY
Rotary Club of Pom-
pano Beach meets at Joe's
Riverside Grille, 125 N.
Riverside Drive, at noon.
For information call 954-
564-7714.
SUNDAY Dec. 4
CORAL RIDGE CON-
CERT SERIES of Coral
Ridge Presbyterian Church,
5555 North Federal High-
way, Fort Lauderdale
presents Handel's Messiah
Dec. 4, at 6 p.m. The concert
is free. Call 954-491-1103.
MONDAY Dec. 5
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
Flaming Pit Restaurant at
6:30 p.m.. Call 954-646-
3999.
TUESDAY Dec. 6
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.
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 Dec. 7
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-
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