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PELICAN

w"", N ber 23, 2005 Pompano Beach Lighthouse Point Lauderdale-By-The-Sea


Volume XII, Issue 98


Broward County
turns down
proposed tax
relief offered by
state legislature
No Hurricane Tax Relief for
Broward County Taxpayers despite a
Aew state law allowing the extension
for property tax early-payment
discounts to hurricane-ravaged
counties, the Broward County
Commission did not extend the
deadline.
The law, passed by the State
Legislature last week and signed by
the Governor, sought to extend the
date by which taxpayers could
receive discounts on their 2005
property tax payments up to 60 days.
Broward taxpayers who pay their
bill by Dec. 31 still receive a three
percent savings. January payments
are eligible for a two percent dis-
count; February payments receive a
one percent discount.

Green Market
closes for holidays

The Pompano Beach Green Mar-
ket will be closed on Dec. 24 and Dec.
31 for the holidays. It will reopen on
Jan. 7, 2006.
The Green Market is located in
Pompano Beach's historic downtown
(Flagler Avenue & NE First Street). It
is open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
For directions and information visit
the Green Market website at
www.pompanohistory.com.


Yuletide parade winners bring

holiday spirit to Pompano


Top Church of the Nazarene won Best Overall Float in the Pompano Beach Yuletide Parade last
week. Below South Florida Windows and Doors won Best Float. Last week, The Pelican incorrectly
identified Brownie Troop 016 for its award of Best Marching Unit. We regretthe error. [Photos
courtesy of City of Pompano Beach]


Three Pompano Beach commission seats up

for election, District 1 gets challenger


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
Three Pompano Beach com-
mission seats are up for reelection
on March 14, and if things stay as
they are, only District 1 voters will
have to make a choice at the polls
District 1 incumbent, Kay
McGinn is already campaigning
for her fifth term on the dais.
McGinn says there is still
much to be done for her district


and for the city. "We have to look at
the overdevelopment battles we are
fighting in this district. That's the
major thing. And, secondly, we need
more transparency at city hall."
McGinn referred to a recent appeal
that she filed regarding TW Acquisi-
tions at 740 N. Ocean Boulevard.
According to McGinn, the former
zoning director, Patrick Ford, filed an
"administrative variance" without any
public discussion or official oversight.


Added McGinn, "The variance
allowed setbacks that were less
than what is required by law.
Secondly, it allowed for a creative
design that determined setbacks
from the top of the building instead
of from the ground floor."
McGinn's appeal was recently
turned down by the zoning board
of appeals because it had not been
filed in a timely fashion.
Continued on page 14


FAA warns

Pompano to

stop pilot

"discrimination"

at Air Park

FAA poised to
"withdraw" agreement
for city's use of air park
land for public facilities

By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
This week, the FAA in a 53-page
letter, informed the City of Pompano
Beach it was out of line when it
passed laws that stopped pilots from
certain exercise maneuvers at the Air
Park.
The letter added that the "noncom-
pliance may be grounds to declare the
city in default under a 1992 Agree-
ment. That would allow the FAA to
withdraw its consent for the city to use
the Air Park property, including
airport revenue, for non aviation
purposes."
Continued on page 2

Lighthouse

Point moves

forward with

plans for

Sample Road

beautification
By Judy Vik
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
A public meeting will be planned
in January in Lighthouse Point, so the
public can comment and debate the
city's plans for Sample Road before
the project moves to a design phase.
After a second traffic pattern study,
commissioners reviewed an updated
plan at this week's commission
meeting.
At Federal Highway and Sample
Road, wing walls 8-foot long and
3- to 4-foot high are proposed for the

Continued on page 13


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In Pompano Beach about
half of the Air Park land is
used by the city for facilities
including three golf courses,
the Sand & Spurs Stables,
Pompano Beach High and
Elementary schools and the
city's municipal park.
In the early 70s, a parcel of
Air Park land was sold to
Pompano Fashion Square,
now the site of Pompano Citi
Centre.
But the agreement called
for the city to maintain the
airport for public aviation use
"without unjust discrimina-
tion."
But as the city grew and
the airport's use increased,
problems arose.
In 1995, after residents
complained that pilots were


creating too much noise over
residential neighborhoods,
city commissioners passed an
ordinance that prohibited
certain training methods.
The complaints focused on
training classes that required
pilots to take off and land
repeatedly, referred to as
"Touch and Go" exercises.
That year, Pompano Beach
commissioners passed an
ordinance that prohibited
"Touch and Go" except on
weekdays between the hours
of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
While local pilots didn't
like it, they agreed to comply
with the request on a volun-
tary basis.
Looking back on that
decision, Commissioner Kay
McGinn said, "We responded
to the needs of the commu-
nity. The problem was noise
and safety."
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the letter that the city failed to
produce evidence of noise or
safety issues.
In 2003, in a unanimous
vote, commissioners pushed
further when they prohibited
"Taxi Back," operations.
A "Taxi Back" is an
alternative to Touch and Go,
the main difference being that
the pilot comes to a complete
stop and taxis back for
another takeoff.
Steve Rocco, Air Park
manager for the City of
Pompano Beach, says ordi-
nances limited many student
pilots who had nine-to-five
jobs and needed evening and
weekend times to earn flight
hours of training.
This week the FAA, called
those restrictions "unjust
discrimination."
Bill Durin, vice president
of AOPA, or Aviation Own-
ers and Pilots Association
called the ruling a ... clear
message to airport sponsors
everywhere. Treat every user
fairly and don't try to stop
legal operations with illegal
regulations."


Pompano Air Park is one
of 1,400 small air parks
created during World War II
for pilots training and military
bases. After the war, the
federal government created a
Land Surplus Act, allowing
the FAA to turn these facili-
ties back to the municipalities
or counties where they
existed.
The FAA retained "air
rights" over these air parks.
Pompano Beach does not
receive FAA funding to
maintain the Air Park, but the
city has an obligation to
maintain it through an Air
Park fund to improve the
infrastructure, runways, tower
and other aviation accessories
as needed.
Pompano Beach pays over
$1 million in rent for city-
owned facilities on airpark
property. That money is paid
to the air park fund. Private
companies like Anthony
Aviation also pay into the
fund.
In the agreement, all
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returned to the city's general
fund.
However if the city
violates the 1992 Agreement,
the FAA has the right to
repossess the Air Park and to
charge the city "market value"
for the land the city uses.
While historically the FAA
rarely wants to take over an
air port, it could possibly turn
the land over to Broward
County if a resolution is not
met.
"Pompano Beach has had
a blatant disregard for federal
procedures. They are using
one-half of the Air Park

Continued on page 22



Air Park History
1947 Aug. 29 FAA.
transfers land to city
1972 City prohibits
running of aircraft engines
for maintenance between 10
p.m. and 6 a.m.
1974 City prohibits
manned gliders at the air
park.
1975 City prohibits all
Touch and Go to specific
hours and days
1975 Prohibits Stop and
Go to certain hours and
bans all Touch and Go
operations
1992 City agrees to Air
Park Fund and will not
receive any federal funding
at Air Park.
1995 FAA advises city of
how to address alternatives
to reduce noise impact.
2003 City's Outside
Counsel advises city that
proposed ordinances may
"expose the city to certain
legal risks."
2003 City passes ordinance
to limit Touch and Go and
Taxi Back.
2004 Jan. 21 Pilots file
complaint against city for
restrictions.
2004 Jan. 22 City files
motion for dismissal.
2004 April Air Park
Advisory member notes that
in order to fly at night,
pilots must perform three
nighttime taxi-backs within
90 days. Because of a city
ordinance, this could not be
performed at the Pompano
SAir Park.L :
2004 April Pilots refile
complaint after corrections.
2004 City answers com-
plaint; .
2005 October FAA
director orders Airport
Safety and Standards to
investigate the safety of Stop
and Go operations at
Pompano Air Park.
2005 December Director is
advised there is no informa-
tion suggesting that the
conductof stop and go
opetraions is inherently
unsafe.
2005 Dec. 15 FAA advises
Pompano Beach that the city
is in violation of 1992 Land
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Education Center is open to students from 16 to 80


Making a Difference

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By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Principal Linda J. Wilhoit,
and Assistant Principal Robert
Martin, were in casual 'Fri-
day' dress code when they sat
down to talk about the many
wonderful programs offered
at The Dave Thomas Educa-
tion Center, located at 180
S.W. 2 St.
Every immigrant coming
to America can learn to speak
English in the ESOL program.
Those who have with-
drawn from high school can
still earn their G.E.D., a high
school equivalency diploma.
The A.B.E., or Adult Basic
Education, program prepares
students for the G.E.D.
program.
The Adults with Disabili-
ties program teaches basic
living skills to physically and
developmentally delayed
adults at two levels.
And there's a summer
program for high school
students who need to catch up
on credits in order to graduate
on schedule.
Except for a $5 testing fee


Merle Otten, aG.E.D. D. teacher stopped by with two of her star students, Samuel
McCullough, 21 and Marjorie Briette, 30. Both hope to pass the G.E.D. test and
continue their education at community colleges.


and a $10 activity fee, these
classes are all free and in most
cases are available in the
morning, afternoon and
evening. Because class sizes
can go up to 45 students, there
is usually room for new
people on an ongoing basis.
ESOL (English for
Speakers of Other
Languages)
Wilhoit says, "We have
about 600 students ages 16 to
70 attending our day, night
and Saturday classes. Many
walk into these classes barely
able to say hello in English
and walk out fluent enough to
get and hold a job in our
country. I'd say the average
stay is about two years. Our
ESOL teachers must have a
dramatic flare because they
are teaching, not translating,
people from up to 50 different
countries at the same time.


The beginners are learning
vocabulary. They progress to
simple sentences and finally
grammar and standard En-
glish usage."
Martin adds more informa-
tion.
"Many of our students are
very well educated profes-
sionals who simply don't
know English. Of course, they
can't use their skills and
training until they learn to
communicate here. Most are
very grateful for this practi-
cally free and continuous
opportunity to learn the
language. In the afternoon
from 2 to 5 p.m. we have a
citizenship class. For people
who are really advanced, we
have a 'for fee' class in accent
reduction. This class improves
pronunciation and fluency,
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Kairin Krauss is just one
of many taking ESOL classes
all morning, five days a week.
"I came here in March of this
year from Germany," she
explains. "My husband works
here for a German company. I
decided I wanted to learn
English. I am very comfort-
able and learning a lot in the
classes taught here. In the
afternoon I'm in a TOEFI
program which will prepare
me for college level learning
in English." She pauses and
then laughs. "If I am ever
good enough in English, I will
try to learn Spanish. Dave
Thomas is a great school."
G.E.D. Program
prepares for high school
equivalency diploma
Dave Thomas, for whom
this school is named, was the
successful founder of
Wendy's Restaurant. Al-
though he was a multimillion-
aire, this highly respected
business tycoon fulfilled a
lifetime dream by earning his
G.E.D. at 63.
He went public with his
story to encourage and inspire
Americans of all ages to do
the same.
"We have students from
16 to 40 who are preparing.
Depending upon each
student's status, the process
can take from one to four
years," Wilhoit explains.
"We continually give
practice tests to help both the
student and the teacher assess
progress. At this center, we
have about 120 graduates
every year. These graduates
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Merle Otten, one of the
teachers, stopped by with two
students in the program.
Marjorie Briette, 30, who is
from the Caribbean Islands,
has been working toward her
G.E.D. since 2003.
"I hope to go to BCC and
take business administration
once I pass," she says.
Samuel McCullough is 21.
He's already passed science
and math. "I still have to
prepare and pass reading,
writing and social studies," he
says. "I work at Publix now,
but once I earn my diploma, I
hope to continue at a commu-
nity college."
Adult Basic Education
At this center, there are
about 200 students in this
program working to achieve
enough basics to eventually
move up into the G.E.D.
program.
Adults with Disabilities
Physically and develop-
mentally delayed adults, ages
20 to 70, learn basic living
skills. There are 26 in the first
level; 30 in the second. The
program is run by the ESE
(Exceptional Student Educa-
tion) department. At this time,
classes are full.
Martin says early August
is the best time of the year to
register for this popular
program.
Lifelong Learning
Classes are enriching
People looking for stimu-
lation and new interests will
find some very exciting
classes offered in Spanish,
Portuguese, Chinese, comput-
ers, medical insurance billing
and coding, and more.
Parenting education classes
are available at Amanda's
Place in Pompano Beach High
School.
A fee list for Lifelong
Learning Classes can be
picked up at the school.
Register from Jan. 2
through Jan. 17; Mon. -
Thurs. 8 a.m to 8 p.m., and on
Friday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Classes begin on Jan. 18
and continue through March
17
Call 754-321-6750 for
further information.



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PELICAN STAFF

With less than five months
before the next official
hurricane season opens,
victims of Hurricane Wilma
are invited to talk about and
share their experiences, Jan.
11, at the Emma Lou Olson
Civic Center, 1801 NE 6 St.,
from 6 to 8 p.m..
The county's Management
and Efficiency Study Com-
mittee, or MESC, wants to
hear personal stories from
residents affected by the
* storm. Hurricane Wilma
caused an estimated $1 billion


in damage in Broward
County, and that number is
expected to increase. Wide-
spread recovery efforts are
taking place, and Broward
County is focusing on how to
best prepare for.the future.
That can't effectively be done
without hearing from resi-
dents who are willing to share
their personal experiences
related to Hurricane Wilma.
This is the second in a
series of public hearings to
solicit personal opinions of
what went right and what
went wrong. And the county
officials want input on how
emergency services can be


improved before the next
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Volume XII, Issue 98
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Pompano Air Park offers

residents more than aviation, it

is a haven for recreation

Whatever it takes should be the posture of Pompano Beach city commis-
sioners when they go into closed session with the FAA to negotiate an
agreement for the city to remain in control of the Pompano Air Park.
This is not about money.
It is about something far more valuable, nearly 1,000 acres of scantily
developed land.
When Pompano Beach commissioners approved several ordinances that
limited some aviation exercises for student pilots, they knew they-had
entered uncharted waters.
When the airport and the surrounding properties were deeded to the city
in 1947, the city agreed to abide by the FAA guidelines regarding aviation.
Now they have evoked the wrath of FAA officials who have determined
that the city has defaulted on its 1992 Land Agreement by passing ordi-
nances, they say, are "unjust" and discriminatory" to pilots.
Mayor John Rayson was quick to say it was time to comply with what
the FAA wants regarding the flight exercises at the airport.
He is right.
It is also right that residents notify the city when noise issues become
pollutants.
The FAA has specific guidelines to determine whether the noise from
aircraft exceeds its guidelines. That is the way the city needs to deal with
those complaints. And the city can still do that.
Pompano's airport has a very safe aviation history, far safer than local
train and automobile traffic.
The Pompano Airport and the surrounding Air Park property is a boon to
this city. Since 1947, the city leaders have acted as guardians of this rare
green space the community enjoys from the bicycle/jogging track, equine
stables, Municipal Park and the golf course.
It is also a precious nugget of land that would be-very attractive to
developers.
Now is the time for reasonable minds to prevail and to recognize what is
at stake for the residents of Pompano Beach.



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and supporters,

a happy, safe and glorious

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2005 has been a year of

progress, community and hope,

says Mayor John Rayson

By Mayor John Rayson
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MAYOR OF POMPANO BEACH

Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukah and Happy
Kwanzaa. May there be peace on earth and a greater
understanding among all people of the world.
What a year this has been.
Pompano Beach soldiers were killed in Iraq and
Afghanistan. Hurricane Wilma caused massive property
damage. And we had neighbors helping neighbors. RAYSON
This was the year Pompano Beach earned many
awards: The Blue Wave Beach Award, the York Award
for Water Reuse, Tree City-USA, the Residential Fire
Safety Award (marking the third year Pompano received this prestigious award
for no fire deaths in the city), the Bronze Award for Excellence in Community
Websites, and the All America City Award.
Another achievement by our city is the granting by the South Florida Water
Management District of a 20-year consumptive water use permit, marking our
successful completion of a rigorous and demanding permitting process impor-
tant to us all.
We opened three new parks: At Hillsboro Inlet, Atlantic and 1-95 and at
Canal Pointe/Liberty Park, the last named for Karl K. Weaver, the first African-
American City Commissioner elected citywide.
Groundbreaking was held for the new E. Pat Larkins Civic Center and
Continued on page 7


Shaw announces surgery, will

be back for 2nd Session

By Clay Shaw
United States Congress
As many of you know, three years ago, in January 2003, I had an operation
to remove a small, non-aggressive tumor from my left
lung. Two and a half years later in May 2005, I announced
that a small tumor reappeared in the same lung. I began
taking a prescription drug called Tarceva, which has
reduced the size of the tumor, kept it stable and isolated,
but has not eliminated it. At this time, while I have the
option of taking a new prescription drug, I have made the
choice to have the one small remaining tumor surgically
removed on January 4, 2006, at the Moffitt Cancer Center
in Tampa, Florida.
After the surgery, my doctors and I expect that I will be
hospitalized only for a few days. Because it was once again SHAW
caught in its earliest stages, and because it is a non-
aggressive tumor, I will have a full and speedy recovery,
and will continue a normal lifestyle. Three years ago I had a similar operation,
and was hospitalized only for a few days and back in the office in less than two
weeks.
My aspirations for the future have not changed. I am aggressively running
for a fourteenth term in the U.S. House of Representatives. I have served the
people of Florida for 25 years, and I plan on being here for several more.
In fact, in one year, the Ways and Means Committee will be selecting a new
chairman. As the ranking Republican member with a distinguished list of
legislative accomplishments, I am actively seeking the position.
I am eager to return to Washington when the House reconvenes in January to
continue working toward the goals I have established when it comes to ending
the suffering and death due to cancer by the year 2015. As co-chairman of the
2015 Caucus, I believe that with the right resources and scientific develop-
ments, we can make great strides in making cancer a manageable disease, and
become one step closer in the quest for a cure. If you would like more informa-
tion on the 2015 Caucus ard our goals, please contact my office.
Cancer affects the lives of millions of Americans each year. I strongly
recommend regular visits to the doctor, as early detection is critical. I believe
Congress and the Administration have done a good job recognizing the need for
increased funding when it comes to research and development for cures of fatal
diseases such as cancer. But, we can do more. This is one of my top priori-
ties, and it will continue to be when I return to the House in January."


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Mayor's Letter
Continued from page 6

construction will be com-
pleted soon. For the fifth year
in a row, construction and
building permit applications
are at an all time high.
We have experienced both
consensus and debate as we
work together toward redevel-
opment. We have seen
tremendous progress in the
West CRA and great promise
and some progress with WCI
Communities in the East
CRA.
Although the Local
Activity Center (LAC)
application of the city was
stalled by the county commis-
sion, much good has hap-
pened as a result.
The city commission
downsized the number of
units in the LAC.
Two charettes (public
hearings) have been held
where citizens were invited to
participate in the visioning
process during which several
positive ideas were devel-
oped.
Momentum is building for
an arts park.
A call for a beach side
civic center has been renewed.
I still would like to see a four-
star hotel in Pompano Beach
and favor putting to city
voters the question of what to
do with the two beach parking
lots.
We have two lots, one
about 7 acres and one 5 acres.
I don't see why we can't take
the larger lot, build a parking
garage, civic center and a 5-
acre beachside park. On the
smaller lot, I'd propose


keeping the property public,
building a parking garage and
leasing the land to a luxury
hotel developer. Limit the
size to 10 stories and make
money from land lease
without any loss whatsoever
of current beach parking on
both lots. Believe it. It can
be done. And, if it is, it
should be "green", with
energy smart development
and energy efficient buildings.
Speaking of green, there is
good news on that front. The
city commission debated,
heard input and reached
consensus on a recycling
ordinance to include multi-
family units, an important
milestone that will decrease
the amount of waste dumped
in landfills.
As mayor, I had the
privilege of sitting on the
architect selection committee
for the new regional library,
which will sit across from city
hall. This will be an energy
efficient "green" building. It
will be a great partner for the
nearby Green Market. City-
owned land nearby could be a
great location for a band shell
and arts park, creating several
destinations within walking
distance of each other.
We have a population of
over 100,000 and we are a
city on the move.
I hope all of us can have a
relaxing and fulfilling holiday
season so that we can enter
the New Year with energy
and enthusiasm as a commu-
nity working together.
I look forward to hearing
from you regarding your
thoughts on our city and its
future. Happy New Year.


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SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
The 7th Annual Lauder-
dale-by-the-Sea Craft Festival
returns on Wednesday, Jan. 4
and Thursday, Jan. 5 on
Commercial Blvd and A1A.
Display times are 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Admission is free.
Over 100 crafters from
across the nation will be on
hand. Residents, who missed
the fall show due to Hurricane
Wilma, will have a chance to
catch up on unique shopping.
Exhibitors will display a
wide variety of mediums,
including hand-crafted
jewelry, clothing and accesso-
ries, home-made spa products,


stained glass, painting, wood
work and other items. The
show will also feature a
Garden & Gourmet Section
with spices, herbs, homemade
soups, orchids and plants.
"The beachfront setting of
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea will
provide the backdrop for this
event," said Helayne Stillings,
president of American Craft
Endeavors.
"The people are terrific.
The turnout is always amaz-
ing, and the atmosphere keeps
people coming back year after
year."


booths and listen to live music
during the show.
The show is located on
Commercial Boulevard and El
Mar Drive. To get to this
show, take 1-95 to Commer-
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east. Take Commercial Blvd.
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The show will be in front
of you. Show hours are from
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Taking a photograph of a
photographer could be as
intimidating as trying to sell a
pair of shoes to a shoemaker!
But Teri Kovacs put The
Pelican at ease just as she
does for all subjects of her
portrait photography.
Kovac's career as a
professional photographer is
fairly new.
"It's a real career switch
for me," she explains. "Pho-
tography was just a hobby for
me until 2002 when I gave up
a long time career as an
automotive accountant to
work full time in the field I
love."
She started by taking a
basic photography course
taught by Pete Colelli at the
Emma Lou Olson Civic
Center.
"Then," she says, "I hired
Pete to give me private
instruction in specific dark
room and lighting techniques.
Following this, I took an
advanced class and finally felt
comfortable launching my
career as a professional in
2002."
Her favorite camera is a
digital Nikon D2X, which she
says, permits her to make all
of the adjustments she needs.
"The most important thing is,
to get the best shot straight
out of the camera," she
explains. "Then my post
processing is minimal. There
are many photo editing


Teri Kovacs, a Lighthouse Point photographer, holds a favorite portrait. "I love photographing children. My approach is
to find a comfortable setting in the home, a park, backyard or beach." [Photo by Phyllis J. Neuberger.]


programs, but I try to use
them only for minor correc-
tions. I use a lot of black and
white film and hand tint the
finished product. That's an
old art, and it's time consum-
ing because there's a lot of
detail. The finished product is
worth it to me and my clients.
They may not realize what it
takes to produce the finished


product. But as long as they
are pleased, so am I."
The digital camera has had
a major impact on photogra-
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quality."
"Most of my work in-
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"I love doing children. My
approach to a child is to find a
comfortable setting like the
beach, a park or a back yard. I
do funny things with toys and
make crazy sounds to put
them at ease before and
during a photo session. I
never ever ask them to say
cheese. They are intrigued
when I show them some of
the photos I've taken. I often
suggest the child take a
picture of Mom."
Kovacs has photographed
kids on horseback, playing ice
hockey, with pets, jumping on
a trampoline, swinging and
even jumping off of swings.
She might shoot up to 100
photos in a 2-hour session,
usually eliminating a bunch
and giving the client about 30
to choose from.
"Family shots are more
challenging because there are
more faces involved and
people to please," she adds. "I


always go to the client in the
setting of choice which is
usually the home,Athe beach or
in a special park. Most of my
business comes to me through
referrals." .., ..
When it comes to new-
borns, Kovacs suggests
capturing the baby's first year
in different stages such as
birth, six months and one
year. She's doing just that for
Lisa Sussman, Hillsboro.
"Teri is fantastic," Lisa raves.
" She came to our home to
photograph Sylvia Rose when
she was just six weeks old.
We liked her work so much,
we had her return to do
holiday pictures. She took
some wonderful shots of
Sylvia Rose including some
with my 91-year-old grand-
mother, Isabel Sylvia. Teri is
easy to work with and very
creative in the settings she
chooses."
This is a busy time of year
for Kovacs as portraits make
great gifts. "I even have
several teens who are giving
their portraits to the folks as a
surprise," she says.
Kovacs considers photog-
raphy an art form. Her strik-
ing, framed still life photo-
graphs of scenes and architec-
ture hang on the walls of her
home.
Her work has been exhib-
ited at the Bonnet House,
Pinecrest School, Lighthouse
Point Library and in the Yacht
Club Art Show. When she's
working on location, Kovacs
practices what she preaches,
wearing comfortable shorts, a
t-shirt and flip flops. She and
husband, Bill, have two
daughters. Ashley is 21 and
Natalie is 17. "They were
often my unwilling subjects as
I learned my craft," she said.
"They are thrilled that I'm
now a professional and no
longer bothering them, In fact,
my big challenge now is to
organize my own family for a
family portrait.
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Ask Mother Nature
By Norbert Izworski
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN

Q. I heard that glass is
not worth recycling, and is
often just taken to the landfill.
Is that true?

A. Yes, that is true. At
times, the demand for re-
cycled glass from bottles is
very low, and the transporta-
tion costs are higher than the
selling price for recycled
glass.
S When this is the case, yes,
it is true that the recycled
glass is sent to the landfill.
However, at the landfill glass
is used to layer the trash and
help with proper landfill
management.
This may change soon. In
the Dec. 5 edition of Waste
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his interview with Shawn
LeMond, CEO of Elizabeth
City Glass, Inc. LeMond has
patented a new system that
affordably recycles glass for a
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Elizabeth City Glass
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multicolored stream that can
be used as aggregate for the
concrete industry.
The glass also can be
crushed even further to create
blasting or filter sands. Glass
is chemically inert, so it can
be added to just about any-
thing.
A big problem for reusing
glass is making sure the end
product is clean enough.
While other washing systems
get the recycled glass maybe
80 percent clean, LeMond's
method cleans it 99.9 percent.
That higher rate opens up a
variety of end uses not
available to other recycled
glass.
A major use for this
cleaner glass is filler for
concrete, where the recycled
material can make up to 82
percent of the content.
Elizabeth City Glass
makes a variety of concrete
products, including parking
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and paving blocks.
Recycling the glass into
building products helps
achieve green building
standards and creates a
solution for a challenging
material.
Glass is probably the most
troubled recycling stream out
there. However, if the glass is
used to make concrete, or
create blasting sand, there is
no need to separate the glass


into different colors, which
keeps recycling costs down.
This method makes it is
possible to recycle industrial
glass in addition to bottles.
Industrial glass accounts for
40 percent of glass waste, and
includes items such as win-
dow and mirror glass waste,
medical vials and electrical
insulators.
With LeMond's and other
innovations, maybe one day
soon recycled glass will be as
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scheduled next month.
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Tuesday, Jan. 10, is Brooks'
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Cost is $35, and reservations
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John Knox Village dresses up for holiday event


By Marty Lee
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
They came as santas and
elves. Some were mummers
strumming stringed instru-
ments or shriners driving
miniature cars and motor-
cycles. Yet others were
dancers or angels in.wings. In
all they were forty-one units
strong with hundreds of
participants all gathered to
celebrate the Holidays in the
Village.
On Thursday, John Knox
Village kicked off the festive
season with the 22nd edition
of its Annual Holiday Parade.
The lifetime life-care commu-
nity welcomed members of
local law enforcement and fire
departments; bands from
Northeast, Coconut Creek and
Pompano Beach High
Schools; and numerous floats
sponsored by local organiza-
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Students, teachers and parents from two Kindergarten classes of Pine Crest
School in Ft. Lauderdale, gather around the Christmas Tree at Gardens West the
assisted living facility at John Knox Village in Pompanc Beach. The children
visited to sing their repertoire of holiday carols to appreciative John Knox
residents in two performances: in the Village Dining room and at Gardens West.
John Knox Village is a not-for-profit continuing care community in Pompano
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residents, family and friends
who lined the one mile route.
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director of activities and
public relations for John Knox
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creativity and energy," Shires
said. "Our staff departments
enjoy the chance to outdo
each other with elaborate
floats and costuming in the
parade each year.
"We also have great
participation from the many
organizations, businesses,
government and civic groups
that deal with the Village
throughout the year. They
love the opportunity to share
the holidays with our resi-
dents."
"John Knox truly is a
Village. On parade day, it
really feels like a small town
in the heart of middle
America. Iknow from our
employee standpoint, we do it
all to give back some joy to
the residents for all they do
for us.
"We truly are one big
happy family and that is
particularly evident during the
holiday season."


Lauderdale-by-the-Sea seeks one ZIP code address


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U.S. Postal Service
officials in Washington said
they weren't willing to
designate one ZIP code for
the entire Town of Lauder-
dale-by-the-Sea, but the
town commission and
Congressman E. Clay Shaw,
Jr., R-Fort Lauderdale,
aren't giving up on the issue
quite yet.
The town recently asked
the postal service to expand
the 33308 ZIP code to
include all of Lauderdale-
by-the-Sea.
Town residents living
north of the Village of Sea
Ranch Lakes use the 33062
ZIP code, but that often
causes confusion with mail,
cable TV and newspaper
delivery service, since
Pompano Beach also uses
33062. The town annexed
the area north of The Village
of Sea Ranch Lakes into
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea in
October 2001.


In a letter to Shaw, the
postal service said that while
it recognizes the confusion
caused by the town's two
ZIP codes, it "cannot make
costly and disruptive
changes to our mailing
address system" that are not
connected to mail delivery.


Vice Mayor Ed Kennedy,
however, said he spoke with
district post office officials
in Florida and was told there
is a formal process to
request a ZIP code change.
"There's a good chance
we'll be able to get what we


want," Kennedy told the
town commission at a recent
meeting.
The commission asked
Kennedy to continue talking
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By Judy Vic
PELICAN WRITER
Three Lighthouse Point
commissioners will seek
reelection this March. The
municipal election for the city
of Lighthouse Point is set for
March 14.
Other persons seeking
election can qualify with the
city clerk from Tuesday, Jan.
3, to Tuesday, Jan. 10.
City commissioners whose
seats are up for reelection are
Seat 1, Jane G. McLaughlin,
Seat 2, Michael S. Long and
Seat 3, Susie E. Gordon.
Long will be running for
his fourth term. During his
years on the commission, he
says he has been "a.consensus


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Lon,


builder and the voice of
reason."
Long says these are critical
times. "We have to look hard
at the dollars being expended
and that we are meeting the
desires of residents." He cites
the construction of the new
police station, fire station
renovations, library addition
and traffic calming and


beautification.
"Just because we start
running out of money, we
need to find better ways of
managing this," Long said.
He is executive director of
the Broward Education
Foundation, the fundraising
arm of the Broward County
School district.
Currently the vice presi-


IckLaughhn

dent of the commission, Long
has been president three times
and vice president twice,
elected by his fellow commis-
sioners. Long was unchal-
lenged at press time.
Gordon, commission
president, has opened a
campaign account and also
plans to run for reelection for
her fourth term. Gordon was


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unchallenged at press time.
Asked about the major
issues, she responds, "The
Sample Road corridor seems
to be interesting everyone.
We have so much going on.
The city is in pretty good
shape. We're fixing a lot of
the major infrastructures, and
I'm excited about the new
police department, about
renovating the fire department
and my favorite, the library."
Gordon has been president
of the Friends of the Library for
seven years. "These are excit-
ing times. We finally will real-
ize our dream and have enough
room for our kids."
McLaughlin could not be
reached at press time.


Friday, December 23, 2005


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Lighthouse
Point
Continuedfrom page 1
two east side covers, accord-
ing to City Administrator
John Lavisky. The landscaped
walls could be made of
cement or styrofoam.
The walls and welcome
signs would frame the inter-
section, which is like a
gateway into the city, Lavisky
explained. The area would
have signage, lighting and
landscaping.
Plans also call for adding a
center median down Sample
Road from Federal Highway
to just east of Lighthouse
Drive. The median would be
landscaped.
A roundabout is no longer
proposed at Sample Road and
Lighthouse Drive. Instead the
intersection would remain
signalized. "A roundabout
doesn't work with pedestri-
ans," Lavisky said.
Lavisky asked for direc-
tion on proposed changes for
Northeast 22 Avenue and
Lighthouse Drive, which he
described as "a work in
progress."
Commissioners approved
doing more traffic counts in
the area.


Resident Cynthia Buell
told commissioners she was
pleased the plans are finally
going forward. She asked that
they consider better signage
and a roundabout in front of
the post office or at Light-
house Drive and Sample
Road. She said that several-
times a day large trucks miss
their turns and turn around at
St. Paul's Catholic Church.
Commission Vice Presi-
dent Michael Long urged
quicker action on the road
plan. "I'm glad we got these
details, but it's imperative we
step this up. It won't get any
cheaper. It's been a year since
we looked at it last. We need
to speed this up by whatever it
takes to get this done and
completed."
Two residents addressed
the commission with concerns
about traffic on NE 30 Street.
Both asked commissioners to
consider speed bumps in the
area.
In other business:
Commissioners presented
a certificate of appreciation to
city employee Kim Smith for
20 years of service. She was
described as "reliable, flexible
and always willing to lend a
hand." Smith has worked for
the city with seven mayors.


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Commissioners agreed to
mitigate a request from Brad
Carlton and fine him half
what was due the city for
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ment Board against property
at 4440 NE 29 Ave. The
house is now owned by his
mother Lynne Carlton. Fines
are now $2,715, due in 30
days.
The commission approved
a Community Development


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County and the city of Light-
house Point for $10,000 for
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Area Agency on Aging.
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Community Development
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house Point for $46,994 for
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Election

Continued from page 1

"So how could I have
known about a time frame if I
didn't even know the variance
had been issued," said


McGinn. "I only found out
about it a few days prior to
the site plan presentation at
the planning and zoning board
on Sept. 28. On Sept. 29. I
filed my appeal. This lack of
transparency at city hall has
got to stop."


McGinn, 63, is a retired
nurse and owner of an art
gallery in Pompano Beach.
She is a member of Pompano
Proud, a group focused on
beautification projects in the
city.
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Ed Stanton, 79, a retired
attorney. This will be
Stanton's first attempt for a
city commission seat.
"My platform basically
consists of the adoption of a
Code of Conduct for elected
officials in Pompano Beach,"
says Stanton. "The second is a
reduction of the maximum
legal contributions for candi-
dates running for office from
$500 to $250. The effect is to
reduce the influence of special
interests by 50 percent. The
third item is term limits. I
think that would be good for
the city. I would place the
issue on a referendum and let
the voters decide."
Stanton held his kick-off
campaign earlier this month
where he received the en-
dorsement of the Pompano
Beach Fire Fighters and
Broward County Fire Fighters
Unions.
Stanton has been a strong
advocate on behalf of local
fire fighters to increase the
number of men and women


on emergency rescue vehicles.
Stanton and his wife,
Peggy, have lived in Pompano
Beach for over 15 years.
Stanton is a member of the
South Pompano Civic Asso-
ciation where he will face
McGinn in a debate on Jan.
23 at the Emma Lou Olson
Civic Center.
George Brummer [District
5] will seek his third term
representing Palm Aire,
Cypress Bend, Collier City
and John Knox Village. He is
unopposed. Brummer, 75,
says the demographics of
Palm Aire and Cypress Bend
have changed from 20 years
ago when the area was mainly
retirees.
"We are seeing younger
families and lots of children,"
said Brummer.
The approval of slot
machines will impact District
5 since Pompano Park Racing
is located on Powerline-Road
within that district. Brummer

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says he is concerned about the
traffic issues that may arise
when gamblers start arriving.
He says he has already been
in talks with Park officials to
work on traffic solutions. "We
will need extra turn lanes, and
that should resolve any traffic
problems brought on by the
slot machines."
Brummer says one of his
goals is to see that the city's
"out-of-date" code is updated.
SLamar Fisher, 45, [District
3], will seek his third term
this time. Fisher, a strong
proponent of recycling
citywide, says he sees a very
bright future for the return of
an Old Downtown Pompano.
"I hope that we can provide
the city with a business/
entertainment district," said
Fisher. "And with the success
of the Western CRA, west of
Dixie Highway, plans for a
mixed-use business area will
fit in very nicely with Old
Downtown."


"Old Downtown," gener-
ally refers to the original
business district of Pompano
Beach where the old Pompano
Bank on Northeast First Street
once served the former
farmers and pioneers of
Pompano.
Fisher was recently
appointed by then Broward
County Mayor Kristin Jacobs
to serve on the Broward
Planning Council. He says
that plans from the county to
encourage affordable housing
are good signs. "We need
affordable housing for people
like teachers and other
professionals who work in our
communities. Affordable
housing is often mistaken as
HUD, but that's not the case.
We have to have reasonably-
priced homes," said Fisher.
Fisher does not face any
challengers at press time.
Formal filing for the city
commission election begins
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POMPANO BEACH WOMEN'S GOLF ASSN.
RESULTS, TUES., DEC 13, 2005

18 HOLDERS
LOW GROSS, LOW NET, in classes
CLASS A
1st Gross score 85 Jackie Peck
1st Net score 70 Jan Ruck
2nd Net score 72 Linda Cawley
CLASS B
1st Gross score 89 Beverly Baran
2nd Gross score 95 Ann Symonds
1st Net score 72 Shirley O'Neill
2nd Net score 74 Anita MacMichael
CLASS C
1st Gross score 99 Grace Duffy
2nd Gross score 104,Nancy Cutler
1st Net score 73 Virginia Comer
2nd Net (tie) score 77 Barbara Daly, Elaine Schoengood
CLASS D
1st Gross score 105 Yoko Mayeda
2nd Gross score 107 Rochelle Duva
1st Net score 74 Tilda Nankin
2nd Net score 75 Helen Sitko
3rd Net score 76 Madeline Matyas
4th Net (tie) score 79 Audrey Zanco, Barbara Mahoney,
Angela Curtin


9 HOLERS
2 EVENTS: Tee to Green
A class 1st
B class 1st
2nd pl.
2nd pl.

Low Net
A class 1st.
1st
2nd
2nd


sc. 37 Doris Deshaies
sc. 41 Kathleen Dacey
sc. 38 Joanne Price
sc. 44 Martha Houck


sc. 35 Doris DeshaiesB class
sc. 37 Kathleen Dacey
sc. 38 Barbara Killam
sc. 38 Eileen Wankmuller


Pompano Park holds toy drive


By Steve Wolf
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Loaded up with new,
unwrapped toys and nearly
$300 in cash donated from
patrons, horsemen and
Pompano Park team members
after Saturday's Toys For
Tots Night at the racetrack,
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Kitchen Director, Jamie Lee
Colton, was nearly speech-
less.
"It's just great to be
blessed with great friends at
Pompano Park." Colton said
after loading the van. "There
are so many young children in
Pompano Beach who will get
these toys and have a better
Christmas holiday because of


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Pompano Park is joined by (right to left) Debbie Schaut (Pompano Park), Stanley
and Brion (Soup Kitchen volunteers) and Barbara Jensen (horsewoman) after
loading up the van with toys donated at Pompano Park Saturday from Toys For
Tots Night. (Photo by Steve Wolf) '


the racetrack."
Patrons, horsemen and
Pompano Park employees


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Weds., Dec. 14,2005
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1st Don Mann, Ernie Palinchik, Bill Oakley, Bill Skerry ........67
2nd Bob Leiner, Ed Lehky, Jack Stockman, Joe Adelrnan .....69
3rd Dave Marotta, John Pirog, George Zarekas, Herb Knauff.. .69
4th Dan Cassidy, Ed Grena, Armand Savino, Wes Gardner... 70
Closest to the pin, 7th Green, Pines Course...... Ernie Palinchik
Longest Drive, 18th Fairway, Pines Course ........ Don Cassidy


brought new, unwrapped toys
or made cash donations for
the event.
"I have to say that the
people at Pompano Park are
the best." Colton added.
"Every year the track holds
events that help benefit our
Soup Kitchen with food and
clothing drives, Toys for Tots
and cash donations. It's such a
big help in keeping Our
Father's House going."
Those interested in donat-
ing can send a check to Our
Father's House Soup Kitchen,
2380 Martin Luther King
Boulevard, Pompano Beach,
FL 33069 Telephone: 954-
968-7550.


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Hillsboro Lighthouse Preservation

Society takes prize in Winterfest

The Hillsboro Lighthouse Preservation Society
boarded the Lee Way, a 42' Morgan for this year's
boat parades, and came home with Best in Show for
non-profit clubs from the Winterfest Parade.
The Lee Way theme "Hillsboro's Big Diamond,
Jewel of the Gold Coast," caught the attention of the
Winterfest judges with a nine-foot replica of the
Hillsboro Lighthouse at the bow.
"We had 7 ft. x 3' x 800 white light mini bulbs
suspended 40 feet above the boat deck," said Hib
Casselberry, past Society president.
Crew members were Captain Bob and Nancy Lee,
Jack Burrie, Joyce Hager and Hib Casselberry.
Those who helped with design and preparations
were Paul Bradley, David Shing, Joyce Hager and
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I would like to take a
S .moment to thank everyone
who loves trees, plants, and
nature, those loyal folks who
frequent the Garden Gate, and
have become our friends. We
enjoy the conversation, the
S sharing, and being able to
watch time go by season after
Hol* season with you.
.H day During the past nine years

wishes I've watched some of your
children grow up, some have
By Donna Torrey graduated from college. Some
of you have become grandpar-
GARDEN WRITER
GADE ents, and sadly some have lost
There are many theories hei e and oe he love
t te h a s their parents and other loved
about the holiday season's
ones this year. We've weath-
origins. Some link it to the e an hurricanes
pagan celebration of the ere any hrriane to
winter solstice around the gether, both literally and
,nter sostice aroud the figuratively. It's a privilege to
21st, the darkest day of year. watch our friends grow along
Some believe it to be the birth with their purchases.
of Christ, and still others e pers t e au
One person told me about
focus upon Old St. Nick. The hs lle 2yearold gra
holidays are a time of giving, dhis little 2-year-d gran
f g an of c i. daughter. Every weekwhen
of loving and of celebration. er, y k u
he goes to see her, he picks up


a quart of fresh strawberries.
When she spots him coming,
she shouts with glee "straw-
berries!" Then he puts her on
his lap, takes out his pocket-
knife and removes the stems,
while they gobble up the
whole thing. This is the
garden version of Santa
Claus!
When I was little, I had an
old Uncle Sam, who used to
bring us each an orange as a
Christmas gift. When was the
last time you thought of
produce as a gift? I'll have to
admit, I thought it was odd,
but when he was a little boy
in Western New York, at the
turn of the century, 1900, a
fresh orange from Florida was
probably a glorious, amazing
treat.
This holiday, join me as I
try my best to appreciate the
simple and holy gifts of
nature.


Basic and advanced boating

courses set for January


SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
The United States Coast
Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla 36,
Boca Raton, is offering two
educational programs in
January at the Marine Safety
Building, 3939 N. Ocean
Blvd., Boca Raton, Spanish
River Park on A1A.
The first is a two-week
program "America's Boating
Course," or ABC that starts
on Jan. 21 from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. and concludes on Jan.
28, This basic educational
program provides fundamen-
tal knowledge every boater
should possess, and in addi-
tion, qualifies boaters under
the age of 21 to legally


operate a power driven vessel
in Florida. The cost of the
required materials for the
program is $40.
The second is an 11-week
program "Advanced Coastal
Navigation" that starts on Jan.
10 and usually meets on
Monday, 7-9 p.m., or Tues-
days, 7-9 p.m., or Saturdays,
2-4 p.m. This program
includes basic and advanced
piloting for boaters and
requires reading and hands-on
chart-work using navigational
tools. Program materials,
excluding plotting tools, are
$75. Additional plotting tools
can be purchased on-site. Call
561-391-3600 or visit
www.cgauxboca.org.


1437 Powerline Rd.

(954) 970-4501
SPompano Beach
FL 33069


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This holiday season, give your
friends and family the gift of good
health!

For many the holidays bring about a
dizzying array of festivities, including
menu planning, endless hours of
shopping and entertaining out-of-town
guests. This year, relieve the guilt of
overindulging by serving healthy.
holiday selections and good-for-you
temptations to friends and family. Not
only will your family and guests love
your holiday cooking, they won't
suspect that you're serving up nutritious
dishes, saving time and money, and
giving yourself some peace of mind.
This holiday season, Wal-Mart, the
nation's largest discount retailer, is
committed to providing quick and easy
recipes that are both healthy and great
tasting. And thanks to everyday low
prices, consumers can purchase all of the
necessary ingredients for a hearty meal
without a hefty price allowing for extra
dollars to be spent on gifts for friends
and loved ones.
By choosing from foods that are low
in saturated fat and cholesterol, it's easy
to control calorie intake, guard your
family's heart health and offer
interesting and delicious holiday dishes
that never leave you feeling deprived.
Wal-Mart SuperCenters offer a wide
variety of healthy choices that are sure
to satisfy every taste!

Create pantry-to-plate meals
with these time-saving tips
-Prepare as much of the dish as you
can in the week leading up to the big
meal. Defrost the meat, cut the potatoes
or set the table the night before.
-Plan your holiday meals, doubling-
up on side dishes that reheat easily and
making enough for leftovers. For
instance, roast a large enough turkey (or
roast two!) to have leftovers for turkey
sandwiches, soup or turkey salad for the
next entertaining occasion.
-When possible, line baking sheets
and casserole dishes with aluminum foil
to cut down on the after dinner clean-up.
-Make cooking a family affair! Let
the little ones roll the dough or stir in the
chocolate chips. Turn on holiday music
and divide up tasks in the kitchen to
spend quality time with your family
while preparing a great meal.
-With big meals planned, reduce the
holiday snacking by providing guests
with healthful options choose low-fat
dairy products as.substitutes in cheese
trays and eggnog. For dips, use low-fat
sour cream and offer whole fresh fruits
and vegetables instead of chips.
-Don't be afraid of boxes. Not all

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Comes with your choice of one of Our
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Asian Noodles w/ Bok Choy $13.99
* Chilled Jumbo Shrimp Over Seafood Pasta Salad
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Dinner Specials
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All Dinners Served with Your Choice of one of the
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Monday
Closed in Observance of Christmas


Tuesday
* Colombo's "Oh-So Slow Roasted"
Yankee Pot Roast Dinner $9.99
* Thick Center-Cut Pork Loin Braised in a Porcini
Mushroom Sauce with Potato Gnocchi............$10.99
* Colombo's Chicken Pot Pie -
Dinner $10.99 (Pie Only $8.99)
* New Item!! Baked Pasticcio Bolognese with
Moscata Bechamel $9.99
* Carved-to-Order: Uncle Ernie's Porchetta
Dinner $10.99 or $11.99/1b
and London Broil...Dinner.........$10.99 or $11.99/lb

Wednesday
* New Item!! Grilled Rib-Eye Steaks in
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* Chicken Oscar SautEed Chicken Cutlets w/ Shrimp,
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* New Item!! Grilled Veggie Pasticcio with
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* Individual Savory Shepherd's Pie.....................$8.99
* Carved-to-Order: Standing Pork Rib Roast
1 Chop Dinner $10.99
2 Chop Dinner $14.99 or $10.99/Lb.
and London Broil... Dinner,......S10.99 or $11.99/lb


Thursday
New tem!! Steak & Veggie Pot Pies................$10.99
(Pie Only $8.99)
* 16 ounce cut Braised Beef Short Ribs (Flanken Cut)
in Savory Sauce $11.99
* Chicken Pan-Braised in Riesling Wine with
Potato Gnocchi %9.99
* Carved-to-Order: "Thanksgiving Style"
Roast Turkey Breast Dinner $10.99
Turkey Only >I 1.99/lb
and London Broil... Dinner.........$10.99 or $11.99/lb

ien Marsala over Homemade Pappardelle
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* Baked Salmon in Orange Glaze with
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* Carved-to-Order: Standing Prime Rib Roast
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and London Broil... Dinner...........$10.99 or $11.99/lb
Saturday
Special New Years Eve Menu
Open 8:00 am until 4:30pm
Complete Turkey, Ham and Roast Beef Dinners
with all the Trimmings $11.99


Slow Roasted Prime Rib of Beef...................$13.99
Standing Pork Rib Roast
1 Chop Dinner $9.99
2 Chop Dinner $13.99
Most of our regular menu items will also be available.
Dinners available 11:00am 4:30pm

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-Today, tasty homemade meals
incorporate quality convenience items,
such as chopped vegetables, bagged
salads, pre-cut fruit, bakery-fresh whole
wheat bread and ready-made sauces and
dressings.
-Add more fruits and vegetables to
your holiday season meals. Serve festive
combinations such as marinated green
beans with red pimiento or red bell
pepper, green leaf or romaine lettuce
salad with broccoli and cherry tomatoes,
or saut6ed green and red peppers.
-Enhance the color, taste and aroma
of your holiday meals by adding spices
and herbs such as basil, cilantro,
parsley, curry or rosemary. Top potatoes
with chopped parsley, onion, garlic or
chives. Add a sprig of rosemary and
garlic cloves to your roasted turkey. Top
sweet potatoes with rosemary, sage or
thyme.
-Don't plop in front of the TV after
the holiday meal. Get the family out for
a stroll, throw a ball or bring out the ice
skates for fun activities that help bum
off holiday calories.

Spicy Flank
Steak Salad
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Serves 4
2 (11-ounce) cans
mandarin orange
sections, drained
1/3 cup chopped red onion
1/3 cup mild green picante
-sauce or green taco sauce
2 tablespoons chopped
fresh parsley
1 pound beef flank steak
or boneless beef sirloin
steak
2 to 3 teaspoons Great
Value chili powder or
Mexican seasoning
1 teaspoon bottled minced
garlic or 1/4 teaspoon
.garlic powder
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 teaspoon canola oil
8 cups torn mixed greens
1. Coarsely chop orange
sections.
In medium bowl toss together
orange sections, onion, picante
sauce and parsley. Set aside.
2. Trim fat from steak. Thinly
slice steak across grain into bite-size
strips. Toss together steak, chili
powder, garlic and cumin.
3. Lightly coat large nonstick
skillet with cooking spray; stir and

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20 The Pompano Pelican Friday, December 23,2005


Sightings
A community calendar for
Pompano Beach, Lighthouse
Point and Lauderdale by the
Sea. Fax information to 954-
783-0093 or email
sirenpelican@aol.com

THEATER
Florida Atlantic Univer-
sity Libraries presents "Go
Down Moses: Klezmer,
Blues, Blacks and Jews," a
multicultural musical and
narrative event, Jan. 4 at 3
p.m., in FAU's Grand Palm
Room at the University
Center, Boca Raton campus,
777 Glades Road. The event
is free and open to the public.
Seating is limited.
EVENTS
BIKERS, get ready for the
Pompano Orioles Poker Run,
Jan. 21. Sign up at the Orioles


Club, 3521 NW 8 Ave..
Pompano Beach. All proceeds
benefit MSF. Call 954-941-
9926.
CRAFT FAIRS
150 vendors will be on
hand at the Lauderdale-by-
the-Sea Craft Show from 10 '
a.m. to 5 p.m. Wed. & Thurs.
Jan. 4 and 5. Painters potters
crafters glass people jewelers.
Very affordable. Admission
is free. The event benefits the
LBTS Chamber of Com-
merce.
VOLUNTEERS
The Guardian Ad Litem
Program offers volunteers
positions to work with
children involved in court
proceedings. For more
information on how to make a
difference in the life of a
child, call 954-831-6477.
The Listen to Children
Program sponsored by the


In Step with Yuletide


Pompano Beach Mayor John Rayson emcees the Yuletide party. He is
pictured with Tiffany Cohen.


Mental Health Association of
Broward County needs caring
adults to meet with children
one-on-one in elementary
schools. Call Helen Leitch at


954-746-2055 or visit
www.mhabroward.org
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. Call 954-723-9608.
Support Group for the
Separated, Divorced and
Widowed meets every Tues-
day at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Ambrose Church, Deerfield
Beach. Call 954-972-7199.
ST. AMBROSE
SINGLES DANCE Wed.
Jan. 04, 2006 the St. Ambrose
Singles will sponsor a dance
from 7:30 to 11p.m. in the
church hall at 380 S. Federal
Hwy. Deerfield Beach, 1 1/2
blocks S. of Hillsboro Blvd.
A $7 donation includes
sandwich, cake and bever-
ages. Call 954-428-0494 or
954-984-4037.


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A Winter Wonderland New Year's Eve
with The Tercells


Crab Cake Shrimp Cocktail

Mixed Greens orTraditional Caesar


Live Music 9am I am
$25 per person for
tickets at the Door
$20 per person for
Advance Tirkets
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Stuffed Grouper with Crabmeat Ist Sating 5-7pm 35
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Grilled Filet of Salmon Sitin
2nd Sweating 7-9pm $35.010
Chicken Marsala 3rd Sealing 9:3Upm-Close $75.0(
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Serving *$30.00 Non-Refundable
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for reservations, tickets
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cook half of meat over medium-high
heat 2 to 3 minutes or to desired
doneness. Remove from skillet. Add
oil to hot skillet; stir and cook
' remaining meat. Return all meat to
S skillet; heat through.
4. Arrange greens on serving
Plates. Top with hot meat and fruit
mixture.
Per serving: 280 calories, lOg
fat, 57mg cholesterol, 216mg
sodium, 22g carbohydrate, 26g
protein, 4g fiber


Garden Eggplant Bake
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 50 minutes
Serves 6
2 teaspoons olive oil
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 medium onion, chopped
1 tablespoon tomato paste
1 tablespoon water
1 medium (about 1 pound)
eggplant, peeled and
cut into 3/4-inch cubes
2 medium tomatoes,
cored and chopped
1 tablespoon chopped
fresh basil leaves
1 teaspoon Great Value
dried oregano leaves
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon grated
Parmesan cheese
1 tablespoon Italian
bread crumbs
1. Heat oven to 400F. Spray 1 1/2-
quart casserole with nonstick cooking
spray; set aside.
2. Heat oil in small nonstick skillet
over medium heat. Add garlic and
onion; cook and stir 1 minute. Stir in
tomato paste (if using canned, freeze
remainder) and water.
3. Combine onion mixture and
remaining ingredients except Parmesan
cheese and bread crumbs; mix well.
Pour into prepared casserole; cover and
bake 30 minutes. Stir. Bake 10 minutes
longer; stir. Top with Parmesan cheese
and bread crumbs. Reduce heat to
375F. Bake uncovered 10 minutes or
until eggplant is tender.
Per serving: 61 calories, 2g fat, Img
cholesterol, 146mg sodium, 1Og
carbohydrate, 2g protein, 3g fiber
S Maple Apples With
Cinnamon Cream
Prep Time: 15 minutes / Cook
Time: 5 minutes
Serves 4
3 medium apples, peeled (if
desired), cored
and sliced


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954-785-1984


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history as its steamed lobster is in lemon and butter


By Susan Siren
FOOD WRITER
The days of illegal
gambling, drinking and turtle
egg poaching may be over for
Cap's Place Island Restaurant,
2765 NE 28 Ct., Lighthouse
Point, but the fantastic food
and the colorful history are
here to stay.
A rustic restaurant with all
the charm of a Cajun house-
boat, it's natural to suspect the
chef of cooking' something
unforgettable.. .
How do Oysters
Rockefeller [$9.95] sound?
Island chicken [$19.95],
Clams linguini [$21.95] and a
platter of fresh broiled


FARE LOBSTER Steamed
Florida lobster with drawn butter
and lemon is one of the regular
delights at Cap's Place in Light-
house Point. [Photos by Susan Si-
ren]
seafood [$26.95]? My
friends, this is where fresh
food begins.
Our meal started with a
sample of smoked fish dip
[$8.95] served with jalapenos
and horseradish. That was
followed by bacon wrapped
scallops drizzled with a
creamy lemon butter sauce.
Complimenting the meal,
our server brought out a bowl
of homemade Manhattan style

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1 tablespoon natural or
sugar-free maple syrup
1 teaspoon margarine or
butter
1/2 cup reduced sugar or
sugar-free nonfat
vanilla yogurt
14 teaspoon ground
cinnamon
1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg
(optional)
1. Place apple slices and orange
peel, if desired, in 1-quart microwave-
safe casserole or baking dish. Drizzle
with maple syrup; toss to mix. Dot with
margarine. Cover loosely; microwave at
HIGH power 3 to 5 minutes or until
apples are crisp-tender, stirring once.
2. Meanwhile, in small bowl, blend
yogurt, cinnamon and nutmeg. Spoon
apples, hot or room temperature, into
serving dishes. Drizzle each serving
with yogurt mixture.
Per serving: 87 calories, Ig fat, Omg
cholesterol, 32mg sodium, 20g
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recipes that will bring the "ho, ho, ho"
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property for non-aviation.
They know in their hearts
they're outside the federal
guidelines [regarding the
ordinances]," said Dunn.
Mayor John Rayson, a
licensed pilot, says he is
willing to comply with the
FAA's decision. That would
free pilots to use the air field
for training exercises during


the week.
Rayson says he is in favor
of "complying with the
FAA's decision. People fail to
realize that this is federal
property. I felt the restrictions
were undue measures. The
benefits we have from this Air
Park are outstanding. How
many cities have their own
golf courses?"
Either way, commissioners
will be faced with angry
residents who want less noise
at the airport.


"I am very disappointed by
the FAA's action although not
surprised. We will be discuss-
ing this decision with the city
attorney and in turn with the
city commission about the
advisability of filing an appeal
of the determination," said
City Manager Bill Hargett.
The city has already filed
for more time to resolve the
issue and will probably meet
in a closed session when it
resumes city meetings in
January.


Hurricane
Continued from page 5
we want residents to share
their ideas about what can be
done to better prepare for and
recover from hurricanes that
are likely to occur in the
future.'"
Broward County Mayor
Ben Graber said that all
county work will revolve
around one theme in the
coming year: Prepare, Prevent


and Progress.
Mayor Graber said. "We
have become veterans who
lived through a catastrophe of
major proportions. We must
learn from this life-changing
event."
The Broward County
Board of County Commis-
sioners will review the
findings of the Management
and Efficiency Study Com-
mittee. Additional public
hearings are planned in 2006.


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ST. COLEMAN
Roman Catholic Church
1200 S. Federal Hwy
Pompano Beach
Saturday Evening Vigil:
4:30 pm 6:00 pm
Sunday Mass Schedule:
7:30am 9:00 am 11:00 am
12:30 pm 6:00 pm
Weekdays: 7:00 am 8:00 am
Saturday: 8:00 am
954-942-3833


\ St. Philip
Episcopal Church
.-65 N.W. 15th St. Pompano Bea,:h
954-785-2437
Re,.Lov\rmure Chiteshe
Holy Eucharist & Bible Study
7 p.m. Wednesday
Holy Eucharist Sundays 8 a.m.


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S 950 S. Cypress Road, Pompano Beach (954) 942-5330
DR. JOHN VAUGHN PASTOR
EDWIN GONZALEZ GERTZ, CO PASTOR

Sunday Service Times

P P A IO B A C H Contemporary at 9:30 am
Fhil PR L Churchi Traditional at 11 am
Bible Fellowship Groups
for all ages at
138 NE 1 St. 9:30 & 11 am
Pompano Beach, FL 33060
954-745-6100 "Reaching and Nurturing
www.fbcpompano.org All People for Christ."

St. Maarti.n's
Episcopal Church
The Reverend Bernard J. Pecaro, Rector
Atlantic Blvd. at the Intercoastal Waterway
Pompano Beach
(954) 941-4843 www.stmarlinchurch.org
Sunday Christmas Eve
8:00am Eucharist 8:00pm Family Ser% ice
9:00am Adult Classes 10:00pm Christmas Concert
S11:00pm Solemn Eucharist
10:30am Eucharist & Christmas Day
Sunday School 10:00am Holy Eucharist


FIRST UNITED
# METHODIST CHURCH
4 SUNDAY WORSHIP 8:15 A.M. & 10:45 A.M.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:15 A.M .
SUN. REAL TIME PRAISE & WORSHIP 9:30 A.M.
Nursery Available
210 N.E. 3RD STREET POMPANO BEACH
954-943-O004 F UMCPB@bellsouth.net
S"A PURPOSE DRIVEN CHURCH"

"I was a stranger and you took me in...
-Matt. 25:35


Welcome JHome
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EpiscopaCfiCurch


Sunday:
Eucharist 8 00 am & 10:30 am
Children's Programs 10 30 am
Adull Ed 9'30


Thursday:
TOftce Hours: 9 Tm. to 4 p.m. Eucharist & Healing Service 10 am
Thrift Shop Hours: Thurs. 10-2pmo
Sat. 10-lpm* Sun. 12-1pm B Be
I 1111 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 Worship: Wednesday:
10:-15 a.m. with nursery, preschool south Choir 6:30 .m.
worship & jr worship for gr. 1-5 Adut & uth Bible Srude 7-8
"Hearshaper" Sunday School 9.30a.m.
Home of First Christian Preschool Monday Friday


Unitarian Universalist Church


of Fort Lauderdale
0 n Open
Hearts Minds
A Center for Liberal Religious Values
and Social Action in Fort Lauderdale
Services & RE classes Sunday at 11:00am
3970 NW 21st Avenue, Fort Lauderdale
(9541 484-6734 www.uuflorida.ore


+ ST. ETZ7ARETH
OF HUNGRY
ROMAN CATHOLIC
CHURCH
Sat. EveningVigil: 4:30 pm 6:00pm (Spanish)
Sun. Mass Schedule: 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


Mark 16:15- 20
"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."


nityofPomp o each 261 E. 13thAvenue PompanoBeach
AftnticBlvd.
Non-Denominational 'Atlanc
Meets 11:00 AM Sundays I I
Unity Church of Pompano Beach, where love grows, affirms the presence of the Lord is in this place and in all places
and in all people. Knowing and accepting this, we embrace people of every race, every color, every creed, and every
lifestyle, knowing that there are many paths to GOD, many names for GOD, many faces of GOD, but only one God;
and this GOD is expressing through all creation in many, many ways. We come together to experience and express
the Christ Soirit that dwells within each of us.


First Presbyterian Church
S'The Pink Church" Serving God and the community for 50 years
I 2331 NE 26th Avenue, Pompano Beach 954-941-2308
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)
Listen to sermons and music online at www.pinkpres.com


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---(Non-Denominational Evangelical)
"Jesus came to heal the brokenhearted..."
Sunday Worship: 10:15 AM (Luke4:18)
7:00 PM (Brazilian)
4301 N Federal Hwy., Pompano Beach
(1/4 Mile N of Sample, at Lighthouse Point Plaza across from Mitsubishi dealer)
(954) 942-0714



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Parents Without Part-
ners Gold Coast Chapter
#248 sponsors a Singles
Dance every Saturday night at
9 p.m. at the Pompano Beach
Power Squadron Building.
Call 954-788-2672.
60+, Single and Active
meets every Tuesday at 2:30
p.m. at the Mae Volen Center,
1515 W. Palmetto Park Road,
Boca Raton. Refreshments.
Call 561-395-8920.
MARINE
The Pompano Beach
Power Squadron will hold a
Safe Boating Course, Jan. 3 at
3701 NE 18 Terr., Pompano
Beach. Learn boat handling,
rules of the road, charts,
trailering, VHF radio use and
more. Get your State of
lorida Boating Safety ID
Card and reduce your insur-
ance costs. Call 954-579-
8000.
TODAY
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.
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.
Intermediate Bridge
Lessons every Friday from
9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Pom-
pano Duplicate Bridge Club.
Call 954-565-3127.
Contract Bridge Game
every Friday at 6:45 p.m. at
Dixon Ahl, Lighthouse Point.
Call 954-942-2421.
SATURDAY DEC 24
Christmas Eve.
*SUNDAY DEC. 25
W Merry Christmas
MONDAY DEC. 26
HAPPY Hanukkah
TUESDAY DEC. 27
The British Women's
Club meets on the first
Tuesday of each Month at
7:30 p.m. in the Gateway
Terrace Community Room,
1943 NE Sixth Court, Fort
Lauderdale. Newcomers are
welcome. Call Norma 954-
563-4061.
Broward Mensa, the high
Q society, meets with
respective and former
members every first and third
Tuesday of the month at
Bennigans, 665 NW 62 St., 7
p.m. To RSVP and for
information, call 954-969-
0683.
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 7
p.m. at the American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 142 in Pom-
pano Beach. Kitchen open
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Open
to the public. Call 954-942-
2448-0#.
Round Robin Tennis
every Tuesday and Thursday
at 3 p.m. at Silver Thatch
Tennis Club. Call 954-784-
9428.
Bingo every Tuesday at
St. Martin's Episcopal
Church. Doors open at 11
a.m. and Bingo begins at
noon. Call 954-941-4843.
BINGO every Tuesday
night at 7 p.m. at the Sterling
McClellan American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 142. Smoking
and non smoking room
available. Call 954-942-2448.
Ballroom Dance Lessons
are offered every Tuesday at
1:30 p.m. at the Pompano
Beach Civic Center. Call
954-786-4111.
Forever Young Social
Dance Group dances to tunes
provided by Disc Jockey Bill
Gilbert every Tuesday from 1


to 4 p.m. at N.E. Focal Point
Senior Center, Deerfield
Beach. Call 954-480-4447.
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. 28
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.
The Kiwanis Club of
Pompano Beach meets for
lunch each Wednesday at
11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Golden
Corral Restaurant, 2100 W.
Atlantic Blvd. in Walmart
Shopping Center. For more
information, please call (954)
942-8108.
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.


80' ON DEEPWATER CANAL $1,295,000 4BR/3BA, only
two lots from the Intracoastal 80' on water. Pool; den; both living
and dining room fireplaces; laundry room. Large square footage.
Covered front courtyard. Backyard pool with Southern exposure.
Located on Harbor Village Island.
2740 NE 10th St., Pompano Beach.


50' ON NO FIXED BRIDGE CANAL $925,000 Located on
Harbor Drive in recently renovated Harbor Village. Private
backyard with pool and patio, and gorgeous view down the wide
canal. Plenty of room for 40' boat. Large Sq. Ft. 4BR/3BA plus
family room. 1004 NE 26th Ave., Pompano Beach.


The Business Forum, a
networking organization,
meets on Wednesdays, at
7:30 a.m. at the Palms Dining
Room, Palm-Aire Country
Club. Qualified local busi-
ness owners are invited
breakfast and interesting
speaker. Call 954-275-7067.


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.

Continued on page 28


UNiY CHURCH of Pompano Beach
261 SE 13th Avenue, Pompano Beach, FL 33060
Call Rev. Marion at (954) 592-4959 for directions.
Unity Church of Pompano Beach
never closes, especially at Christmas!

Attend Our Holiday Services:
Christmas Eve Candlelight Service 7:30 PM
Christmas Morning Celebration 1 AM
New Year's Eve World Celebration 7 PM
New Year's Day Burning Bowl Ceremony 11 AM

Unity Church of Pompano Beach
embraces all races, all religions
and all lifestyles.


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WATERFRONT HOME ESTATE SALE $1,125,000
Large 4BR/3BA Deepwater home located in prestigious Harbor
Village. Lowest priced 80' waterfront lot in Harbor Village.
Features split bedroom floor plan and screened-in pool. No
probate. Trust accepting all offers.
2731 NE 5th St., Pompano Beach.


BEAUTIFUL, PRIVATE HOME ON HARBOR VILLAGE
DRIVE $579,000 3BR/2BA/2CC plus extra parking on circular
driveway. Must see this beautifully maintained home with open
living area, plus family room/sun porch. Newer appliances including
A/C and roof. Private gardens and lush landscaping.
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BREAKERS CONDO in
Pompano Beach is seeking a
grounds person. Weekends a
must. Contact Andrew 954-942-
4520. 12/23
SEWING MACHINE
OPERATOR. Local
manufacturer seeks
experienced people to produce
quality garments. Must be
reliable and own single, double
needle, overlook or Merrow
machine to apply. Independent
contractor position. Must be able
to complete assigned jobs-by
deadlines. Hablamos espanol.
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ASST. COOK AND SERVERS
part time, flexible hours. Apply
in person American Legion Post
behind Pompano City Hall 954-
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SERVICE AND CLEANING
HELP ALSO, PT/FT
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Hwy, Bet. Commercial & Atlantic
(across from St. Coleman's).
PART TIME COOK for local
Christian Preschool. Must like
children. Call Cindy. 954-943-
7776.
POMPANO AD DESIGN firm
seeking experienced on-site
graphic artist. A minimum of
three'yearsexp. preferred. Must
know photoshop, Illustrator and
Quark (Mac based) Web. a plus.
PT/FT. Please mail resume with
portfolio samples to
art2go@bellsouth.net.
MARKETER Costumed
characters wanted to promote
new business. 3-4 days/week.
Call 954-481-8966.
PART TIME AND FULL TIME
PRE SCHOOL Teacher/Aide.
45 Hour Training a Plus. Call
Cindy 954-943-7776.


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floor, corner, safe room, low
maintenance. Small pets OK.
FSBO $285,000 954-422-1963.
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POMPANO BEACH 1/1 Villa
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tennis. $132,900. Call Edith van
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SEASONAL RENTAL A-1-A
Pompano Beach, 2/2, condo,
completely furnished. Private
beach access. Heated pool,
Jacuzzi, BBQ; available
January or March. 954-593-
8495.
POMPANO BEACH
WATERFRONT 2/2's, approx.
1000 sqft. Gorgeous pool &
views. Available for 2 months.
$900/mo. First, last & security
required. Sunbelt Investment
Properties. 954-786-0251 or
954-557-3818. 12/23
POMPANO BEACH 1/1
Furnished Condo.on canal for
rent. Second Floor, Corner
balcony, pool. Close to beach.
Seasonal $2,100/mo. Four-
month min. Yearly $950/mo.
954-547-3032.
LIGHTHOUSE POINT 2/2 on
the water. $1,200/mo. Call
Anne at 954-783-8700.
POMPANO BEACH 3 Bed/
2Ba. Furnished luxury condo.
Close to beach, golf, tennis,
bike & jogging path, track, mall,
airport. Call 954-675-7702.


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.


FOR SALE
WHITE CHRISTMAS TREE &
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Price negotiable. Call Grace
954-943-1421.


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Bottle Palms 5'-6'tall, $50-$100
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Friday, December 23, 2005


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grouper chowder [$5.95],
generously fortified with
sherry, and hearts of palm
salad. The heart of the Sabal
Palm tree has an interesting
taste and texture. It's served
well seasoned and delightfully
crunchy. Moe Hasis brought
a Sabal Palm Heart to our
table. "Only five to six salads
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palm tree. We've been
ordering Sabal Palm from the
same family in Lake
Okeechobee since the 1920s."
Just when we thought it
couldn't get any better, the
main course arrived: Crab
Cakes made with lump blue
crab meat [$29.95] and a one
pound Florida Lobster
[$27.95] accompanied with
sweet potato mash, creamy
potatoes, and mixed greens.
We enjoyed every morsel,
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other's plates.
Finally, we spoiled our
taste buds with a slice of
peanut butter pie and home-
grown key lime pie.
Remember, you have to
take the Cap's Boat in
Lighthouse Point to ferry
through the canals to reach
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Bring your knowledge of
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THURSDAY DEC. 29
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prizes, sponsored by the city
of Lighthouse Point Senior
Center. Every Thursday from


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Recreation. Call 954-946-
6398:
Tai Chi is offered every
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at N.E. Focal Point Senior
Center, Deerfield Beach. Call
954-480-4446.
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