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Publication Date: February 8, 2008
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Hometown News & Views


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Pompano Beach

moves forward

with water

TOuse program

By Joe Hartmann
PELICAN STAFF
While some Pompano Beach
residents are balking at the price of
hooking up their plumbing for re-
use irrigation, local commissioners
approved $1.4 million to expand its
reuse water distribution system.
The Pompano Beach reuse water
system collects water from the county
water system where the effluent water
undergoes a series of treatments until
it passes tests to be used for irrigation
use. Presenltly most parks, including
the municipal golf course irrigate with
this reuse water.
Now the city wants residents: to
take advantage of the reuse water for
home irrigation.
Continued on page 4



PTOteSterS say

'brmng pr ayer

back' to city
comm* *o


meetings

By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER


Prayer in public places became an
issue here again this week. After more
than~ two years of protest by activist
Caryl Berner that led to a ban on secu-
la esges b ein d lveed befs e

has come out in force.
Tuesday, the commission cham-
bers were filled with people who want
a religious invocation said before the
meeting, namely one that evokes the

nan1 Jos sh Gu ganino, president
of the South Florida Bible College'
said he represent ted a gass rootsge.


is s tha"ea a no goin aw ry, 'nd

Continudct onl paLge 271


]By Joe H-artmann
PELICAN STAFF
In a limited special session
Tuesday night, Lighthouse Point
Mayor Fred Schort and Comnus-
sioners Chip LaMarca and Sandy
Johnson were sworn in for new
terms of office in ceremonies at city
hall.
All three ran unopposed in the
Jan. 29 election that coincided with
the presidential primaries and con-
stitutional amendment on property
tax exemptions.
It is the third term as mayor
for Schorr, who first joined the city
commission in 2001. He has been
unopposed in the past two elections.
It is the second term each for
both LaMarca and Johnson, who


LB TS town attorney


TO Signs in election aftermath


By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
James A. Cherof, town attorney

tB he seta, ase ritte a letet at the
mayor and town commission notifying

then sete daed F. 4, Cherof



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Chip LaMarca, Fred
Shorr and Sandy
Johnson swore their
oaths to resume their
positions as mayor
and commissioners
in Lighthouse Point.
All commissioners
man unopposed on
Jan. 29.


had been serving as conunission
president and vice president respec-
tively.
While happy about the retum
to the commission, the evening
presented an awkward moment for
Johnson,
Johnson, whose arm, wrist and
leg were injured in a boating ac-
cident last weekend, was unable to
raise her right hand to be sworn in.
While her hand and wrist were heav-
ily wrapped, she reported that she
had not broken any bones.
Following the swearing in
ceremonies, the commission elected
officers for the 2008-09 session.
Johnson was elected as the new
president and Commissioner Michael
Long was elected vice president.


the personality of the nlew commis-
SiOn, not a team that the commission

has te e ected two new commis-
sioners and a new mayor on Ja 29.
Cherof~~~~~ wrt hth a ru
of the representation his law firm had
pro ied rothe own and its citizens


twn attre o th sst 4ydeass.


Continuede on pagse 2


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Plan Workshon
Feb. 9
Pompano Beach will host a com-
munity workshop.F~eb. 9 from 9 a.m.
to noon to discuss the East CRA Mas-
ter Plan. Bermello Ajamil and Partners
have been hired by the city to prepare
plans for the Pompano Fishing Pier
Parking Lot and the Oceanside Park-
ing Lot.
The purpose of this workshop is
to build consensus and accept public
input on the East CRA Master Plan.




of beach to
swimmers
Pompano Beach officials have
closed a 50-foot section of public
beach to swimmers at Northeastl6
Street after Health Officials at the
"ssowardb ount wHealhhwDe nunle t
Broward County Health Department
conducts an ongoing recreational
beach water sampling program on a
weekly basis.
Cthe bsioffircesatsohave decided it is
beach to swimmers as the presence of
bacteria is associated with swimming-
related gastroenteritis.

mai in efeca uti e tingmof twil a er

bmen isB dopte~dot s tisa c r
results. The re-sampling will begin on
Friday.


Shorr, Johnson, LaMarca

SWOrn in for new terms





By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER

Swearing-in ceremonies
for newly elected officials in
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea will
be conducted at 7 p.m. on
either Tuesday, Feb. 12,, or
Wednesday, Feb. 13.
The ceremonies, origi-
nally set for Monday, had
to be postponed because the
Broward County Canvassing
Board had not yet certified


Cherof
Continuerd from2 page 1
"I leave the transition
schedule to the discretion
of the town commission -
but would request the eari-
est possible appointment of
anl interim town attorney so
that I can focus my efforts
on other opportunities,' he
concluded.
"As far- as I know, he has
offered to resign but is still
the attorneyy" said M. Ross
Shulmister. a Pompano Beach


District 2 Commissioner:
Stuart Dodd, 1,516; John
Yanni, 1,136.
Commissioners agreed
to move the next commission
meeting from Feb. 12 to
7 p.m. Feb. 19 and re-
scheduled a special organiza-
tional meeting from Feb. 12
to 5 p.m. Feb. 19.
Commissioner Jerry
McIntee added an item to
the agenda asking that the
Volunteer Fire Department be
allowed to return to the town-
'owned building and begin its
training process. His motion
passed 4-1 with only Yanni,
dissenting.
"It's been a long, long
time and a tremendous uphill
battle," the volunteer's Depu-
ty Chief Joe Padden said ~after
the meeting. "We knew we
would be back, but we have a
lot of work left to do.
"Im very happy, very
thrilled," said volunteer Chief
Bob Perkins. "It's been a long
time. We will see what hap-
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2 The Pelican


election results. Provisional
ballots were not yet certified.
NeW Officials can't be sworn
in until two weekdays after
certification, '
A report from Dr. Brenda
Snipes, supervisor of elec-
tions, noted that unofficial
results were:
Mayor: Roseann Minnet,
1,334; L. Peanuts Wick, 1,313.
District 1 Commissioner:
Birute Ann Clottey, 1,367;
Chuck Clark, 1,239.


16. There is live entertainment
in the showmobile Friday
through Sunday.
A bed race precedes
Saturday's parade which steps
off from Pioneer Par-k and
moves east to the beach. Fire-
works will be held on Sunday
9 p.mn.to wrap uIp thle events.
All activities are centered
at the main beach parking
lot, Ocean Way and SE 1
Street. Shuttle service from
The Cove Shopping Center
will run throughout the event,
Parking at the beach will be at
a premium.


Broward County Sheriff
Al Lamberti will be the grand
marshal for the 61st annual
Deerfield Beach Founders'
Days Parade Saturday, Feb.
16, 10 a.m. Lambeitti headed
up local BSO headquarters in
the late 90s and is a popular
public figure here.
'This year's theme is
"Circus on Parade."' As in past
years, the city's long time
residents will be recognized in
the parade as 'pioneers'
The four-day event begins
Thursday, Feb. 14 with a
beachside carnival which con-
tinues through Sunday, Feb.


Actored if he might be
Cherof 's replacement, Shul_
mister said, "You'd have to
ask the commission about that.
They're the ones that make the
decisions."
Shulmister represented the
Citizens Initiative Conunittee,
or CIC, when town officials
voted not to put a charter
amendment on the ballot re-
oarding term limits.
aHe also represented the
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to recall Mayor Oliver Parker.


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PELICAN STAFF
Marie Tracey, and her twin,
Marion, were born on September 12,
19)07, and both have been long time,
dedicated volunteers at the Knights
of Columbus, a Catholic service
organization. Marion has passed on,
but if her health permits, Marie, now
100, will make an appearance at St.
Elizabeth's Church on the first two
weekends in March to collect once
again for the club's 30th Anlnual
Tootsie Roll Drive. And to watch over
her will be two of her devoted friends,
Martin Dunne and Joe Cauley, also
volunteers in the Knights of Colum-
bus.
Thle Pelican interviewed these
three people many years ago. At
that time Martin was a college stu-
dent who began volunteering at the
Knights sweeping~ floors and assisting
volunteer chef Joe Cauley who ran the
kitchen.
Martin, now 2,8, was the recipient
of the Knights of Columbus Scholar-
ship Fund. He graduated from college
and is now a CPA and an accounting
supervisor in the corporate offices
of Enterprise Corporation. He also
holds the top job as Grand Knight.
No longer housed in Pompano Beach,
the Knights of Columbus meet at Our
Lady of Mercy Catholic Church, 5201
N. Military Trail in Deerfield Beach.
As Grand Knight, Martin oversees
club programs such as the scholarship
committee, monthly pancake break-
fasts, fanuly night, reestablishinge
the women's auxiliary and religious
projects. The group meets the second
Monday of the month.
Martin says, "We have been run-
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Continued on page 7


Friday, February 8, 2008


The Pelican 5


Making a Difference

100 year old Marie Tracey is Honorary Chair of the

Knights of Columbus Annual March Tootsie Roll Drive


100-year-old, Marie Tracey hopes to collect for the 30th annual Knights of Columbus Tootsie Roll
Drive the first two weekends in March. Shown here with Martin Dunne, Joe Cauley and her caretaker.


Christina Stosic. IPhoto by Phyllis J. Neubergerl

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Sea. Residents living in and around
the Lauderdale by the Sea community
can be screened to reduce their risk of
having a stroke. The complete screen-
ing package now includes a new Heart
Rhythni screening, checking for ir-
regular heartbeat which is a major risk
factor for stroke.
Life Line Screening will be at the
Assumption Catholic Church, 2001 S.
Ocean Blvd., LBTS, Feb. 20, at 9 a.m.
Register for a Wellness Pack-
age with Heart Rhythm for $149. All
five screenings take 60-90 minutes to
complete.


White Elephant
Sale at Nassau
House

The public is invited to the annual
White Elephant Sale at the Nassau
House, 301 N. Ocean Blvd., Pompano
Beach. Included in the sale are knick
Knacks, books, china, jewelry, bake
sale, electronics and more. The sale is
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9.





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POrtab xlity allows for up to

$500,000 in exemption value

Dear Lori,
We have a few questions about the new amendment, when can our family
take advantage of portability and the increase in homestead exemption?
S.G., Fort Lauderdale, Florida (via email)

On January 29, Florida voters overwhelmingly approved Amendment 1
to increase the Homestead Exemption to $50,000; give homesteaded owners
the "'portability" right to take their Save Our
Homes, or SOH, benefits to a new homestead- "Ask Lori...
ed property, when they move; grants busi- Paris *
neSSes and mobile home residents a $25,000 &IlH O
break on tangible personal property taxes; and Appraisal"
caps annual increases for non-homesteaded
properties to no more than 10 percent begin-
ning in 2009.
Homnesteaded owners do not need to apply for the additional savings, as the
$50,000 homestead exemption amount will be automatically applied starting
this year. Our office has posted both the initial application forms for portabil-
ity and administrative guidelines to implement the rest of these new benefits at
www.bcpa.net.
If you had a Homestead on Florida property in 2007 and are now seeking
to move your Homestead to a new location in 2008 you may apply for "por-
tability" of your SOH benefits now. Anyone who moves within the state after
January 1, 2008 can apply and the transfer will take effect on their 2009 tax
bills. The constitutional amendment allows residents to transfer up to $500,000
in value exempt from taxation through Save Our Homes.
This benefit is the difference between a home's market (Just Value) as set
by the Property Appraiser's Office and its assessed value. The difference can
be great for longtime homeowners because Save Our Homes limits the growth
of the assessed value to no more than 3 percent per year, while the just value is
tied to the real estate market.
Go to www.bcpa.net, download the application and mail it to the Property
Appraiser's Office. You may also fax your application to 954-357-8474. The
main office is in the Governmental Center at 115 South Andrews Avenue in
Fort Lauderdale. A satellite office is located at 1 N. University Drive, Suite
111-A, in Plantation.
If you have more questions about portability, please contact our office at
954.357.6830. Thank you for all your help in making portability a reality.

Sincerely,
Lori Parrish, CFA


If you have a question for Lori, please call her office at 954-357-6904, or
email her at Lori @bcpa.net or write to her at the Broward County Property
Appraiser's Office, 115 South Andrews Avenue, Room 111, Fort Lauderdale,
FL 33301.


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ESTABLISHED 1993
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Pompano Lions Club members

WOrk as kmights of the bhind

By Leo G. Melanson
GUEST WRITER


Helping the less fortunate especially the blind is the premier work of the
Pompano Beach Lions Club as they begin their 68th year of service to the this
community and state.
Providing glasses, arranging for seeing-eye dogs, requesting grants from
the Florida Lions Foundation for operation and procedures, providing valuable
tissue from the Florida Eye Bank and soliciting eye donor cards are just a few
of the programs the members work on.
The club is very much involved in the training of adults and children and
now babies that are blind thru the Lions Conklin Center. A far reaching program
is the Florida Lions Camp in Lake Wales designed to provide the best facility
for the multiple handicapped.
The Pompano club would like to invite all of you to join the club and par-
ticipate in all of their programs locally, throughout the state and internationally.
Men, women, boys and girls high school or college age everyone is welcome
and needed so we can help more people. No matter how old or young we want
and need you.
Become part of the International Association of Lions Clubs, the largest
service club in the world with more than one million three hundred thousand
members and listed as one of the largest charitable organization world wide.
The Pompano club will be participating in the Lighthouse Point Keeper day
festivities on Saturday and Sunday February 9 and 10 at Frank McDonough
Park and invite you to stop by their both to chat, ask questions and meet the
members. The club will also be conducting free eye exams for children and
adults and will have plenty of goodies to give away to the participants.
Additional information on joining or about our services call Leo and Pau
line Melanson at 954-646-3999


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6 The Pelican


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aways. We're looking for
young, active members to help
keep this great organization
vibrant. The women's auxil-
iary and the monthly pancake
breakfasts will be starting up
soon."
Although Cauley no
longer runs the club's kitchen
he's still active in supervising
Marie Tracey's care, help-
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the Christmas party for 80
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cess. We need men, women
and young adults to collect
at specified high traffic areas
on the first two weekends in
March.
Every donor who drops
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from our volunteers. Each
Tootsie Roll is in a special
wrapper that identifies our
project. If readers would like
to give us whatever time they
can spare, have them call
954-421-4955. They do not
need to be affiliated with the
Knights of Columbus to help
out ,,
Thank you Marie Tracy
for years of dedication and to
the Kmights of Columbus.


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aver-age 36 percent for- resi-
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60 percent for large com-
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increase was approved by city
commissioners Tuesday. The
new fee structure rewards
those who conserve water.
Based on average usage of
7,000 gallons a month, the
household water bill will go
from $47.28 to $64.30, a $17
increase, but for households
using only 6,000 gallons a
month, the increase comes to
just $12 to $13.
Public Works Director
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that consumers will take steps


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By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF

Jay Ghanem is the proud presi-
dent of his impeccable, 2-story,
22,000 square foot automotive com-
plex which is a full service body and
repair shop and more. Auto Tech &
Body, located at 429 N. Dixie Hwy. in
Pompano Beach has won the Award
of Excellence for customer service
and quality. Ghanem's sister, vice
president, Chadia Meroueh, calls the
award "a special honor because it
is awarded by our peers in the samne
business."
Diesel vehicle owners can
go green
cars running on veggie onl
sounds futuristic, but it's happening
now, right here. Ghanem flashes a
smile and explains. "We canl convert
any diesel vehicle to run on plant oil
instead of fuel. The conversion allows
the driver to be less dependent on
petroleum products. Instead of pulling
up at a gas station, one can reuse old
oil from any restaurant or diner, strain
it and pour it into the gas tank. It pro-
vides the same distance per gallon."
Ghanem converted his Volkswa-
gen Jetta over a year ago and has
since driven 15,000 miles without
any servicing other than scheduled
required maintenance. Since convert-
ing his car he has converted 10 cars,
and four more are in the process.
He says, "Typical restaurants
have drums of used oil which they
pay to have hauled away. So when
you ask for their old oil, you are re-
cycling their throwaway product. The
average conversion costs $3,500 and
gives the driver the option to drive


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taurants after it has been used in deep
fryers. You can also buy it in restau-
rant supply houses or Costco and just
pour it in."
Another conversion enthusiast
is Sam Williamson from Ann Arbor,
Michigan. Contacted by phone, he
said, "I was visiting in Pompano
Beach and stopped into Auto Tech for
an oil change. I got to talking with Jay
and learned about the conversion pro-
cess. I was sold, and I had him convert
my Volkswagenl Passat. I couldn't
believe I drove it all the way back to
Michigan on vegetable oil. I get my
dirty oil from a restaurant, filter it and
pour. Now I'm buying a pickup truck


with diesel fuel or used oil with the
flick of a switch."
Jerry Isan has three cars running
on veggie oil. "My wife, daughter
and I call them our veggoie cars," he
says and then tells his tale. "Jay and I
are friends from the Pompano Beach
Exchange Club. After researching
alternate fuels on the internet, I found
that conversions have been available
for 10 years. In Germany many diesel
cars are running on veggie oils. Then I
found out that Jay's doing conversions
right here and now. I decided to have
him help mie go green.
"I sold our regular cars, bought
two older diesel suburban and a '98
Mercedes 300 for mly wife. Jay con-
verted all three, and we're happy for
the economy and what we're doing for


Contilnued onl page 9


Diesel vehicles can run on veggie oil

instead of fuel thanks to Auto Tech & Body


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Saturday, Feb. 9,
Pompano Beach will host a com-
munity workshop on Saturday, Feb.
9, from 9 a.m. until noon to discuss
the East CRA Master Plan. Bernnello
Ajamil and Partners have been hired
by the city to prepare master plans for
the Pompano Fishing Pier Parking Lot
as well as the Oceanside Parking Lot.
Bermello Ajamil and Partners will
present their work completed to date
and provide a forum for neighborhood
and community discussions.
The purpose of this workshop is
to build consensus and accept public
input on the East CRA Master Plan.

Deerfield Beach

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gtant fO tree


Deerfield Beach has received a
$37,250 Urban & Community Forestry
grant for tree canopy replacement
along public rights-of-way.
Funds from the grant are being
used to reimburse the city for expenses
previously incurred in replacing trees
lost to Hurricane Wilma.
The grant and a 25 percent match
by the city, has allowed the planting of
more than 230 trees.
Installation included shade and
flowering tree species that were chosen
for their drought-tolerance, hurricane
resistance and ornamental value-
The grant also provided for the
purchase of 1,500 seedling trees used
in Arbor Day programs held at local
schools.
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in Florida and having it con
verted at Jay's. It's good for
the environment, my budget
and for the world's future."
Ghanem, who wants to be
called Jay, is a graduate en
gineer from Florida Atlantic
University. A vibrant young
man, he enjoys talking about
his new auto complex and
how it came about.
"It was 10 years ago that
I bought the place next door
and had a vision of creat-
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my biggest assets with her
MBA degree, training, skills
and fluency in Lebanese,
French and English.
Community activists
Jay says, "My sister and
I are both very involved in
area communities. When I
designed this new facility, I
planned a community meet-
ing! room on the second f-loor.
It is available free to profes-
siona~ls, charitable and service
organizations."
In addition to offering
this space to worthy causes,
Jay is president of the Oak-
land Park Rotary, a board
member of the Pomnpano
Beach Dynamos, Boys and
Girls Club of Fort Lauder-
dale, and board member in
the Automotive Technology
Programs at Broward County
Community College of Mira-
inar and Piper High School.
He says, "I'm offering an
internship to students who are
certified in the ATP programs.
and a few have become part
of my staff "
A nine year resident of
Palm Aire, Jay is mnarned
to Mei. They have a nine-
Inonth-old son, Jude and a
second on the way.
Chadia is on the board
of the Boys and Girls Club
of Pompano Beach, a mem-
ber and Ambassador in the
Pompano Beach Chamber


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All in the family. Jay Ghanem is president of Auto Tech and Body, a state-of
the-art auto repair complex at 429 N. Dixie Hwy. in Pompano Beach. Shown
here with his sister and vice president. Chadia Merouleh.


also assist accident victims
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mechanical repairs, we give a
2-year warranty on the parts
and labor. We service Eu-
ropean, Asian and domestic
vehicles. For every 20 written
estimates, we get 18 orders
which certainly indicates that
we are very competitive.
Asked about car sales, he
explains, "We have preowned
cars for sale. Of course the


tion before sale. This is an
accommodation rather than a
competitive operation so we
pnic ounae boo va ih here
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saeAbout his sister, he says,
'Chadia joined the business
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ent aspects of this business. 'I
also trained for a Point of Sale
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8 to replace
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Lt. Woolsy held the office
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Nagy to be the new chief
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Continued from page 2
Outdoors
March 15 6th An-
nual "Run Like A Bunny
5K event" Pompano Beach
on A1A. Children and adult

signup for the race at ww-
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call 954-771-1060. Registra-
tion forms [$20] are available
at the Emma Lou Olson CiviC
Center. Call 954786-4111.
The Pompano Beach Gar-
den Club will meet on Mon-
day, Feb. 11 at 12:30 p.m. at
Emma Lou Olson Civic.Cen-
ter, 1801 NE 6th St., Pompa-
no Beach. A "Demonstration
on Dried FLowers" by Jennie
Terlizzi, will follow the meet-
ing. Call Harriet at 954-783-
3106 for more information.

Yard Sales, etc.

Feb. 9 The public is
invited to the annual White
Elephant Sale at the Nassau
House, 301 N. Ocean Blvd.,
Pompano Beach. Included
in the sale are knick Knacks,
books, china, jewelry, bake
sale, electronics and more.
The sale is from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9.
Feb. 16, 17 Leisureville
Community, Copans Road
and I-95, willhold a Giant
Bazaar at the South Club-
house, 101 Leisure Blvd. Fur-
nishings, clothes, appliances,
books, jewelry and more. Call
954-801-2531.
March 1 -St. Stephen
Lutheran Church of Pompano
will be holding this year's
huge indoor/outdoor yard
sale on Sat. March 1st, from
8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Loca-
tion: 2500 NE 14 St. between
Fed Hwy & A1A. Besides
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The Pelican 11


lots of baked goods, $1 hot-
dogsuand FE cofeehuWih
is planning to purchase a
good size generator, that in
CRSe Of a hurricane or other
emergencies, can help church
members and neighbors in the
community.

Art Shows

Our Art By The Sea, a
group of artists meets at the
Hampton Beach Club, 1800
S. Ocean Blvd., LBTS, at 7
p.m. on the second Tuesday
of the month. Artists pres-
ent their works in various
media at the meetings. The


next meeting is Feb. 12. This
month t e prea er L 11

give a presentation on making
your own jewelry. Call 954-
782-0945.
March 10 April 11
- Free Art Show at the Galt
Ocean Mile Library, 3403 Galt
Ocean Drive, Fort Lauderdale.
Local South Florida artists
will exhibit original works
for display and sale. Painting,
photography and digital art.
Opening reception, March 10
from 5 to 7:30 p.m.. Call 954-
782-0945.


Continued on page 12


58 applicants. During his em-
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Nagy began a program to use
non lethal weapons in poten-
tially dangerous situations.
"He's been doing a fantastic


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Single Gourmet holds
a gathering every week for
singles at some of the fin-
est restaurants in Broward
County. Call 954-723-9608.
St. Ambrose Support
Group for the separated,
divorced and widowed meets
on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
behind St. Ambrose Church,
380 S. Federal Highway,
Deerfield Beach. Call Al at
954-785-5189.
Today
Deerfield Beach Com-
puter Club meets Fridays,
10 11:30 a.m. at Pompano
Highlands Recreation Center,
1650 NE 50 Court, Pompano
Beach. Cost is $1. Classes
focus on computer education
and training. For more, call
954-725-9331.
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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
Ballroom, Latin & Swing
group classes. Wednesday,
7 to 8 p.m. and Thursdays 7
to 8 p.m. and 8 to 9 p.m. at
Showtime Dance and Perform-
ing Arts Theatre, Boca Raton.
Call 561-394-2626.
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.


tive jobs. Volunteers will be
trained to become a part of the
Hospice team. Call 954-788-
5058.
The Alzheimer's Center
of Broward County needs vol-
unteers as in-home compan-
ions for persons with memory
disorders. Call 954-971-7155.
The Broward Outreach
Center needs volunteers from
the Pompano Beach commu-
nity to tutor and mentor the
homeless. Call Nina at 954-
979-6365 ext. 3048.
The Guardian Ad Litem
program offers volunteers po
sitions to work with children
who are alleged to be abused,
neglected, abandoned or
involved in court proceedings.
Call 954-831-6477.
The Listen to Children
Program sponsored by the


perform Spring Dances rang-
ing from Balanchiine to Boca
Baroque, March 29 to 30 at
the FAU University Theater.
Tickets are $30 for adults and
$25 for children. Call 561-
995-0709 '

Health
Feb. 20 Stroke and
Osteoporosis Screening
Lauderdale by the Sea.
Residents living in and around
the Lauderdale by the Sea
community can be screened to
reduce their risk of having a
stroke. The screening package
includes a new Heart Rhythm
screening, checking for ir-
regular heartbeat which is a
major risk factor for stroke,
Life Line Screening will
be at the Assumption Catholic
Church, 2001 S. Ocean Blvd.,
LBTS, Feb. 20, at 9 a.m.
Register for a Wellness
Package with Heart Rhythm
for $149. All five screenings
take 60-90 minutes to com-
plete.

,Volunteers
Hospice of Gold Coast
is in need of volunteers for
patient care and/or administra-


Sightmngs
Continued from page 11

Pompano Beach libraries
Feb. 17 Frank Cavaioli
to discuss Pompano Beach
history as part of the Centen-
mial celebration, at 3 p.m. at
the Pompano Beach Library,
1213 E. Atlantic Blvd., Pom-
pano Beach. Call 954-786-
2182.

Theatre

Feb. 9 Lauderdale-By-
The-Sea performing Arts
presents Shae Laurel in The
Family That Play Together
Stays Together at Jarvis Hall,
4505 Ocean Dr., LBTS. Tick-
ets $15. Call 954-936-5312.
Tamarac Theatre of the
Performing Arts will hold a
children's theater program for
ages 6 to 11 and for teens, 12
to 16.
Feb. 16 Lauderdale-
By-The-Sea performing
Arts presents Paul Pappas in
"Boogie to Beethoven" piano
concert at Jarvis Hall, 4505
Ocean Dr., LBTS. Tickets
$15. Call 954-936-5312.
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By Judy Wilson
PEICIIAN WRIT`ER

Gavin Curtis had hoped to
organize a local rugby team
for youths 14 to 19., but last
week he met resistance from
the city. Admittedly, he by-
passed the authorities, posting
signs around town directing
parents and players to a ses-
sion at Westside Park. When
he called Parks and Recre-
ation Director Vince Ken-
drick to inquire about field
space, he was told there was
none. Later when he went to
Westside Park to meet with
interested parents, a police
officer had been posted there,
Curtis told city commission-
ers Tuesday night.
"'I think I should get the
respect I deserve," Curtis said
as he asked the commission
to ask Kendrick to reconsider
his position. Said City Man-
ager Mike Mahaney, "Field
use is very competitive. We


C ( Its like soccer
WRS a few years
back. Once the
kids start playing, it's
an easy sell. There is a
lot of camaraderie." -
Curtis

are working with churches to
use their spaces. But I think
we can relay your message to
Vince.
As of Wednesday after-
noon, Curtis had not heard
fr-om Kendrick or anyone at
the Recreation Department,
but he was on a positive tack.
I1 believe they will [call me.)
It could have been a commu-
nication problem.
According to Curtis. rugby
is played in South Florida
by high school and comnmu-
nity-based teams, including
Taravella High S~chool, North-
east High School, and North
Broward Prep field squads. In


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much like square dancing
is offered ever-y Friday at
7:30 p.m. at the St. Nicholas
ChurIch, Il 1I E. Sample Rd.
Cost $5, beginners are wel-
come. Call 954-785-9140.
Basic Unity teachings 7
p'm. in the chapel of Unity
Church. Call 954-943-3715.
Line Dance Classes for
Seniors are offered every
Friday from I to 2:30 p.m. at
the N.E. Focal Point Senior
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NW 2nd St. A $4 donation
is requested. Call 954-480-
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The Rotary Club of
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Conltinled fiom, parge 12

soAdvancedriBrid~goen :el
to 11:45 a.m. at the Pompano
Beach Duplicate Bridge Club.
Ca~ll 954-943-1733.
"Bu1sic Clonvention"
bridge lessons every Friday
from 9:.30 to 1 1:30 a.m. at the
Ft. I~Lauderdle~l Bridgje Club,
700 NE 6 Terr.. $4 per lesson.
Call 954-761-1577.
Beginning Bridge Les-
sons every Friday fr~om 9:30
to 1 1:370 a.m. at the Emma
Loul Olson Civic Center, I801
NE 6th3 St., Pompano Beach,
7 lessons $t56 residents, $61
non-residents. Call-954-786-
41 11 or 954-565-3127.
Intermediate Bridge Les-
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6 St., Pomnpano Beach, 7 les
sons $56 residents, $61 non-
residents. Call 954-786-4111
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Jupiter, 80 players, ages 14 to
19,' liesout forced s oto

amazing rate," Curtis said.
"It's like soccer was a few
years back. Once the kids
startt playing, it's an easy sell.
There is a lot of camaranderie.
Curtis said having a rugby
team would not be a cost for
the city. Insurance is paid for
by aI rugby league and the
equipment' is inexpensive.
A national rulgby referee,
Curtis grew uIp playing the
game in South Africa and
now referees adult contests.
Next weekendl he will offici-
ate at the U.S. Under 20 All-
Stars match against Canada
being held in Lakeland. The
following weekend, Feb. 24F,
he will participate in a rugby
jamboree at Tradewindfs Park
on West Sample Road in Co-
conut Creek. A feature of this
weekend is the high school
all-star match between the
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vide a tasty casing while not
engendering the heaviness of
the more traditional culinary
book-ends known as bread.
Although there ar~e over
half a dozen chicken based


Crepes work for lunch at Cre~pes. Coffeet & Company. All crepes are made with
fresh ingredients and prepared on site.


palm anld zesty honey mustard
dressing. The combination of
ingredients was, as expected,
remarkably flavorful yet satis-
fyingly light. The beauty of a
cripe shell is its ability to pro-


of a dish named Merengue.
This large crape was stuffed to
the gills with generous por-
tions of juicy chicken breast,
cheddar-jack cheese mix,
lettuce, tomatoes, hearts of


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Lauderdale-By-The-Sea hosts its annual Silver Tea and Brunch


Friday, February 8, 2008


Special to The Pelican
Last year, Diane Linder
had a vision of an evening
reminiscent of the days
Bonnet House Alliance, in
conjunction with the Gold
Coast Jazz Society, held a jazz
event.
This year, that vision
became a reality when the
two organizations joined
together to create an "All that
Jazz" party with co-chairs
Diane Linder, Fran K~oerner
and committee members
Jean Andrews, Sue Nesbit,
Alma Camphire, Ann Powetll,
Nancy Hawkes and others.
Bonnet House Alliance
president, Gini Vyfyinkel anld
Maureen Dornau welcomed
more than 200 guests for the
event.
Bonnet House Museum
came alive with picture-
per'fect werather,- dele~ctable
hors d'oeuvres. free-flowing
wines, outfits fresh out of
the 20s, everything choco-
late, including a white and a
dark chocolate fountain and
dancing on the ver~andah. The
evening also offered freshly
brewed coffee and a jazz band


with Dolph Caastellano on the
piano, Niki Orta on the bass,
Danny Berger on the drums.
Erik Allison phtying sax and
clarinet and Cheryl Fisher as
the vocalist.
Each guest went home
with a box of chocolates from
Boca Bons.
The next Alliance event
will be the "Entirely Enter-
taining Luncheon" on March
I 1, chaired by Maureen
Dornau and Sandy~ Lynch with
Ann Powell as advisor. One
of the highlights of this event
will be a raff-le of a Lunchen
fo~r six on the verandah of
Bonnet H-ouse.
To become a mem-rber of
Bonnet House Alliance and
to join in planning events to
raise money to support Bonnet
House Museum or for addi-
tional information concerning
tours a~nd vo~lulnteeir oppo,~rtu~ni-
ties, call 954-563-5393.
The Bon-net House Mu-
seum and Gardens is open to
the public Tuesday through
Sunday and closed on Mon-
day. Visit www.bonnethous.
org


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Graham Watt. Becky and Paul Gautreaux. Elaine Styles and Peter Knight


Lillian Fisher. Nadia
Caramla and Kantalin
Cronin were among
theL gueCsts at the Lau-
derdlale-Bv-The-Sea
Woman's Club Silvezr
lTea and Brunc~h. The
c~lub makes charitable
donations to sev~eral
local organizations.




Betty Buttell. center.
is president of the
Lauderdalelc-By-The-
Se~a Womlan's Clubh.
Jessie Quellman
andt Dianec Simpson
sold r~affle tickets at
the Silvecr Tea; and
Brunch. T`he c~lub
holds lunchecol n met-
ingps and programs on
the fourth ~Thursday; of
eac~h month fromn Oc-
tober to April. Mem-
bers meet for bridge
on Wednesdlays.


About 120 members and guests turned out Saturday for a Silver Tea anld Brunch of the Laudler-
dale-By-The-Sea Woman's Club at Jarvis Hall. From left are Isabelle White, Dolores Caggia~no
and Phyllis Schreiber, tea chairperson. IPhotos by Judy Vikj


Ball room

dancing at NE
Focal Point

Men and women, 60 and-
older are invited to join the
-NE Focal Point Senior Cenlter..
227 NW 2 St., Deerfield
Beach for Ballroom Dance
Lessons with instructor Karen
Donaldson.aTh donation fee

Students must register
with the Senior Center before
participating in classes.
There is an annual $10 reg-
istration donation requested
for an identification card. Call
954-480-4447.

5K run/walk

to benefit

D ynalOS

and diabetes

research

Lace up your running
shoes, stretch and sigonue for
the "Run Like a Bunny" walk/
run race, sponsored by Race-
walkers club set for March
15 at the beach just north of
Atlantic Boulevard.
Pre-registration costs are
$20. Race Day registration
is $2_5. Health walkers mnay
register for $15. All runners
receive tee shirts and other
gifts while supplies last. The
5K event is a fund raiser for
the Pompano Beach Dynamos
and for the Junior Diabetes
Association. -
An Eoo Hunt is planned on
the same day for all children
with a "Footprint in the Sand,,
race on the beach. Call 954-
771-1060.


BOnnet House Alliance & Gold Coast


Jazz S'ociety host Jazz & Chocolates Night


G~ini Vytiinke~lFranl oen e~cl~cr. Dia~ne Linderl. Ma~uret n Dornaua ~nd HeatherLinder.
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Crepes
Continued from page 15

cheese mix, lettuce, tomatoes,
red onions and steak sauce.
Also, the Teckno proposes
either poultry or meat with
cheese, spinach, tomatoes,
red peppers, pesto sauce and a
homemade special seasoning-
For the vegetarians in your
entourage, the King of Palm
provides a regal offering of
mozarella, spinach, tomatoes,
artichoke hearts, mushrooms,
heart of palm, red onions,
basil and special seasonings-
The Very Veggie offers vari-
ous leguminous ingredi-
ents as well and comes
topped with eggs.
If by some miracle
the entrde has not fully
vanquished your appetite,
then you will find your-


A variety of dessert crepes
and coffees will meet the
palates of diners with
great satisfaction.


guava, peach, orange juice
and coconut. These ambrosial
concoctions are bursting with
flavors and provide a healthy
Continued on page 19


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still having room for the most
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From the classic Banana Split
version to the exotic Romeo
& Juliet (an eclectic mix of
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'there are plenty of options
to satisfy an adventuresome
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FEBRUARY 27:
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Starring HARMIK with Jack Dibo.

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managers of Ar-uba Restau
iant ow pO"ss a ge, evenini
South Florida available for
ta\sting and more tasting all
to the sweet sounds of a steel
drum band with Randy and
Natasha.
Paul Novak, chamber
president says this the best
event the chamber hosts all
year. People plan their vaca-
tions around this date to make
sure they ar~e in town for the
taste.'
Thirty-five restaurants will
join the chamber this year
offering Jamaican cuisine,
seafood, chowders and more
for every guest at the event.
Sample foods from Wilton
Manors' Stork's Bakery, Jim-
Iny John's Gourmet Sandwich
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Fish Tales Bar & Grill, Buca
di Beppo, Charley's CrabVil-
lage Grill and the Fort Lauder-
dale School Culinary of Art
students.
Als oin lded reD1e01gn
Federal Grille, Florida Beer
Company, Jeff's Beach
House, Kelly's Landing,
Lenore Nolan Ryan Cooking
School & Catering, Sublime.
Sug-Art by Ruthy, The Melt-
ing: Pot, Rosie's and Casa
Blanca.
The event includes a silent
auction with lots of trips and
chic items.
This is the chamber's 7th
year with the taste, and it
serves as its annual fund raiser
that also includes a scholar-
ship award to one of the stu-
dents at the Fort Lauderdale
School of Culinary Arts.
For tickets and more in-
formation, call the chamber at
954-776-1000.


the Renlaissance to the 21st
Century.
Adult tickets are $25 and
students $10. Call 954-771
6773.


dale-By-The-Sea. March 2 at
7:30 p.m.
Founded in 19315, the
50-voice ensemble hals a
wide-ranging repertory
encompassing music from


The Notre Dame Glee
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ingo for the name
prie.of aJesus tottbe 1

upheld (in court). Get
ready to defend us against
the ACLU, but you are
not going to win and it's
going to cost you."


Prayer
Contrinued from page 1
voice of a handful of people
oshpeard ?Where will t on
churches?"
Seven other speakers
echoed Dr. Guadagnino.
Teresa Boutwell asked for
restoration of the invocation
saying by eliminating it, the
commission showed intoler-
ance to the clergy.
She reminded comnmis-
sioners about the freedoms
of speech and religion and
added, "People will remember
this and without their support,
you won't have a prayer.
While some speakers said
a moment of silence would
suffice, most of the eight who
went to the podium said the
clergy should be allowed to
pray in the language of their
faiths.
Colevin Hrebisksspoke to the
courts are ruling in favor of
prayer within government
buildings. Adopt the modem
position, Hrebik urged the
commission. "It's the unin-
formed voices who wrongly
believe that clergy prayer is
unconstitutional. It is not per
mitted by the Constitution to
stamp out freedom," he said.
Several mont s ago the


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commission, without public
discussion, voted to remove
the clergical invocation from
the commission agenda.
Instead, Mayor Al Capellini
says a few words of blessing
ulsmg no specific religious
references.
Tuesday the mayor told
the audience, "We sat here for
two and a half years while a
lady argued that it was offen-
sive to use the name of Jesus.
Where were you then?!" Later
he said, "Our personal feel-
ings don't matter. We repre-
senlt the mass of the people."
During the Berner years
when she arose at every meet-
ing to protest the invocation,
the Miami Chapter of the
ACLU threatened to sue the
city based on her complaint
and as recently as January of
this year, repeated the threat
in a letter to the city.
Dist. 2 Commissioner
Sylvia Poitier told those as-
sembled for the issue,


"I hear you asking for the
nam-e of Jesus to be praised.
That has not been upheld (in
court). Get ready to defend us
against the ACLU, but you
ar~e not going to win and it's
going to cost you.
Countered Dist. 1 Com-
missioner Pami Militello,
"This is not a house of wor-
ship. It's a house of govern-
ment." She suggested a
moment of silence before the
meetings. Attempting to clear
the Constitutional issue, City
Attorney Andy Maurodis said
the U.S. Supreme Court ulp
held the legality of clergy-led
prayer in a South Carolina
case. Later, a footnote in the
ruling removed references to
Jesus Christ.
"This is an area in flux,"
Maurodis warned. "'In Cobb
County, they won. In other
areas, they have lost. Mak-
ing statements as to what the
courts would do, is at your
own peril."


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Saturday, Feb. 9
AA meeting every Satur-
day at 6: 15 to 7: 15 p.m. in the
chapel of Unity Church. Call
954-943-3715.
The American Legion Post
142 Bingo takes place Satur-
days and Tuesdays at the Post
at 7 p.mn. Call 954-942,-2448.
Yoga classes are held on
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a. T. and M nays fr n 4 to
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Pompano Beach Municipal
Golf Course. Breakfast meet-
ings are at 7:30 a.m. on Tues-
days.
Pompano Beach Wom-
an's Club hold card parties
from noon to 3:15 on the first
and third Tuesdays. Cost is $3.
Call 954-946-9693.
Bingo every Tuesday
at St. Martin's Episcopal
Church. Doors open at 11I a.m.
and Bingo begins at noon. Call
954-941-4843.
Bingo every Tuesday night
at 7 p.m. at the Sterling Mc-
Clellan American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 142. Smoking
and nron-smoking rooms avail-
able.
The American Legion
Post 142 Bingo takes place
Tuesday and Saturdays at the
Post at 7 p.m. The kitchen is
open from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30
p.m. The public is welcome.
Call 954-942-2448.


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Thursday, Feh, 14
The Miracles Mission and
School has ongoing classes
every Wednesday from 10a.
m.to 12p.m. at Moose Lodge
and every Thursday 7-9p.m.
at Elks Lodge. Call 954-463-
1 180.
Cresthaven Civic Assoc.
meets the second Thursday
of the month at 7:30 p.m. at
the Pompano Beach Moose
Lodge, Pomp~ano Beach. Call
954-786-0062.
"Healing Service" every
Thursday at 11:55 a.m. at St.
Martin's Episcopal Church.
Call 9)54-941-4843 or go to
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St. Nicholas Episcopal
Church Thrift Shop is open
Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m1., Saturdays from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. and Sundays noon to
I p.m. Call 954-942-5887.
Tai Chi is offered every
Thursday from noon to 1 p.m.
at N.E. Focal Point Senior
Center, Deerfield Beach. Call
954-480-4446.


Wednesday Feb. 13
Ballroom Dancing at
Temple Shalom, 132 NE 11
Ave., Pompano Beach. 7 p.m.
Classes are $15 per couple or
$8 per person. To sign up call
954-942-6410.
Pompano Beach Jay-
cees meet the first and thir-d
Wednesday of every month at
7:30 p.m. at The Greater- Pom-
pano Beach Chamber of Com1-
merce. Call 9)54-788-5562.
The Exchange Club of
Pompano Beach meets ever-y
Wednesday at I 1:30 a.m. for
lunch at the Flaming Pit Res-
taurant, 1150 N Feder~al Hwy.
Call 954-946-4676.
Pompano Beach Moose
Lodge Blingo meets every
Wednesday night. Doors open
at 5 p.m. Games start at 7 p.m.
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Pompano Beach. 954-782-
0950.
The Kiwanis Club of
Pompano Beach meets for
Junch each Wednesday from
11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Galup-
pi's Restaurant at the Pompa-
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Exterior. Pressure Wash.
Highest Quality at Low Rates.
Free Estimate. Insured. 954
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Drywall, Light Plumbing, Light
Electrical, Kitchens, Baths. 954-
295-4118. 2/8

HOME MECHANIC 35
Years Experience. All Home
Repairs. Honest, Reliable and
Reasonable. Call Girard at 954
786-2706. 2/29

HANDYMAN Electrical,
Appliances, Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration. Home Theater
Systems, Plumbing, Stand By
Generators. Call 954-295-1 374
or FAX 954-482-0729. 2/8

SUPER HANDYMAN.Cabinets,
Fans, Locks, Paint, Tile,
Plumbing Repairs, Drywall.
Season Specials. Condo
Specialist. Free Estimates.
Referencs 954-781-5106 or


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Office Cleaning and Painting.
References Available Upon
Request. Call 954-650-14414
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IMPROVEMENTS. We Do t AII.
Room Conversions, Kitchens/
Baths, Doors/Windows,
Electrical, Plumbing, Custom
Decks. 30 Years In Broward.
954-249-1168. C 2/26 WM

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Shopping, Appointments, Etc.
$20/hr. 24-7 Days/Week. Call
Dino 954-956-8474 or 201-
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SALE

POMPANO BEACH 1 BD/1
BA Condo on Pine Drive.
Tile Throughout. Pool. Small
Pet O.K. Move-In Condition.

$9i\ I0 Oawner Fi an in
1655. 2/8


POMPANOBEACH-2/2.5direct
ICWV. Completely Decorator
Redone. New Appliances and
Flooring. Granite Counters.
Electric Shutters. Deeded
Parking. Quiet Building. $449K
- 954-298-8897.


A1A POMPANO BEACH. 2
BD/2 BA Condo With Gorgeous
Water Views. Completely
Remodeled, New Impact
Glass Windows and Hurricane
Shutters. Heated Pool and
Jacuzzi. Private Beach Access.
Pet Friendly Building! Call
Petra 954-593-8495 Distinctive
Realty. 2/8

POMPANO BEACH THE
POINTE CONDOMINIUM Off
14TH ST. Causeway. 2 BD/2.5
BA Plus Office. Directly On Point
Lot Of ICW. 9 Years Young.
State Of The Art Complex.
2.000 Sq. Ft. 17 Foot Open
Balcony. Garage Park. Heated
Pool. 24 Hour Gated Security.
Lobby W/Private Guard. Bring
Up To Two Pets. Protected 60
Foot Boat Dock Available. Two
Blocks To Beach. $649K. Call
Barbara at Coldwell Bankers
Any Time For An Appointment.
954-629-1 324. 2/29

POMPANO BEACH/ISLAND
CLUB -2 BD/2 BA Second Floor
Condo On Canal With Deeded
Dock. Completely Updated.
Resort Type Amenities
$260,000. Call Susan Curt 954-
732-2038. Nilsen Realty. 2/8

INTRACOASTAL ROYAL
MARINER. 2 BD/2 BA Condo
With Great Views. Completely
Remodeled With European Style
Kitchen. Pool Directly On The
Intracoastal. Garage Parking.
Pet Friendly Building! Call
Curtis 954-593-8497 Distinctive
Realty. 2/8

2 BD/1.5 BA First Floor Corner
Unit with Patio Overlooking
Pool. Gated Area with Many
Amenities Including Library and
Theater.$58,500. No Pets. 55+.
Call Glenna Tscherner, Realtor'
954-401-2263. Dubman R.E.
C 2/15


A1A POMPANO AEGEAN.
Ocean Front On Sand. 2 BD/2
BA Condo With Great Ocean
andlICW Views. $449,000. Call
Marty Cohen at 954-295-2356.
Dyriasty R.E. C 4/4
CENTURY VILLAGE BOCA
RATON. 2 BD/1.5 BA. Lake
Front. $69,900. 55+ Community.
Call 561-809-4322. C 2/22

POMPANO BEACH 2 BD/2
BA On The Sand. Beautiful
Direct Ocean and Pier Views.
Two Oceanside Balcomies.
Fully Remodeled. Low Maint.
Fees. All concrete restoration
completed. Small pets O.K.
Plenty of parking. 954-478-
6187. C -

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Bldg. C, Large 2/2, semi-private
elevator, 2 deeded parking
places. $545,000. 954-557-
6413. Won't Last. C

CONDO FOR SALE
OR RENT

POMPANO BEACH A1Al
HILLSBOROINLET-Beautifully
Updated 2BD/2 BA Condo With
Fabulous Direct ICW and Ocean
Views. All Building Restoration
Completed -Like New. $299K
Or $1.495/mo. Annual. Call
954-732-2038. OwneT/Agent.
2/8 _

CO-OPS FOR
RENT OR SALE
POM PANO BEACH 1BD/1 BA.
First Unit On Canal. Excellent
Condition. Pool. Dock Available.
$900/mo. Annual Lease (F/L/S)
Or $115,000 Purchase Price.
Call 954-783-7344. 2/8

ROOM FOR RENT

DEERFIELD BEACH Safe,
Quiet. Near Colleges. Private
Bath. Beach. No Pets. Outdoor
Smoking Only. All Utilities
& Amenities Included. DSL.
Female Only. Come on
Premises. Background Check
Req. 954-592-7501

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TOWNHOUSE FOR
SALE

PALM-AIRE ESTATE SALE.
Spacious Townhouse. 2BD/2.5
BA. $159K. Call Jacqui Dagois.
Ocean View Realty. 954-294-
9594. 2/8

HOMES FOR SALE


POMPANO BEACH 170
FOOT POINT LOT. Beautifully
Updated3BD/2.5BAWaterfront
Home With Separate Office
And 2 Car Garage. Amazing
Intersecting Water Views.
Approximately 2,500 Sq.
Ft. New Roof (2006). 150
ieotDock. k ,905940000.2 Call
Balistreri Realty. 2/15

LBTS HOME 2/2 Direct
ICW. Gated Community and
Beautifully Landscaped. Fully
Remodeled. Beach Club
Access. Pool and Marina. No
outside Maint. $699K. 954-
298-8897.

FOR RENT

DEERFIELD BEACH-
Amazing WATERFRONT 2
BD/2 BA Unfurnished Condo.
Pool. $1,100/mo. (Includes
Cable). Annual Lease. No
Pets. Call 631-885-3342 or
Colleen Newshot Realty 954-
481-3400. 2/8

POMPANO BEACH -2BED/1 BA
Apartment with Open Kitchen,
Tile Throughout, W/D. Also 1
BD/1 BA Furnished Apartment
on the beach. Available. Both In
Very Good Neighborhoods. Call
954-781-4072. 2/8

A1A POMPANO BEACH. 2
BD/2.5 BA Beautiful Two Story
Town Home. Marble Floors, W/
D, Back Yard. Steps To Beach,
Boating, Shopping. $1,550/mo.
Annual Lease. 954-673-2292.
C 2/8

POMPANO BEACH 1 BD/1
BA Apartment With Pool And
Laundry Facilities On Site. Great
Central Location. $675/mo.
Annual Lease. Call 954-783-
3723. 2/8

COMMERCIAL BLVD.II 95
Peaceful House. Quiet Street.
3 BD/2 BA. Central A/C. New
Kitchen. Fenced Yard. Carport.
Close to Cypress Creek and Tri
Rail. $1,575/mo. Call 954-294-
9594. 2/8

A1A/POMPANO BEACH 1
BD/1 BA Remodeled Condo
With Large Balcony. Private
Beach Access. Heated Pool.
Jacuzzi. Pet Friendly Building!
$1 ,100/mo. Annual. Seasonal
Available. Call Petra, Distinctive
Realty. 5-95-4-593-495 2/
POMPANO BEACH New
2 BD/2.5 BA Condo On ICW.
9th Floor. Great View. Many
Amenities. Walk to Beach.
$4,000/mo. Call 651-235-1 377.
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HELP WANTED 15-20 HOUR
WEEKS. $8,000 $15,000.
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HOME HEALTH AIDES/
CNA'S Needed For Private
Duty Agency In Lighthouse
Point. Applications Accepted
Tuesday And Thursdays. Call
954-783-1998. EOE/DFWP.
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REGISTERED NURSES
AND PHYSICAL THEARPY
ASSISTANTS Needed For
Medicare Visits On Weekends
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OFFICE ASSISTANT Needed
For Acupuncture Office in
Pompano Beach. Part-Time
Position. Nice Environment.
Ideal Position for College
Student. Experience A Plus
But Not Necessary. Call 954-
523-8840. C2/15

PART TIME OFFICE HELP
NEEDED (20 Hours AWeek) For
Local interior Designer. Flexible
Hours. Knowledge Of Quick
Books A Must. Call Helane at
954-579-0791. C3/29__

BAR BER /STY LIST /
COLORIST Wanted For
Established Shop On E. Atlantic
Blvd., Pompano Beach Under
New Ownership. Ruston"s Of
Boston. Call 94-782-5939 or
954-579-7042. C 3/7 _

DISHWASHERIBUS HELP/
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Three Brand New 2 BD/2 BA
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Annual Lease. Call 954-956-
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954-788-8376. 2/8
LIGHTHOUSE POINT Large
New Spotless 2 BD/2 BA
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Overlooks Screened Patio.
Fenced Yard. Carport. Plenty of
Storage. Rent $1,600/mo. Plue
Security. Refs/Credit Required.
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Sea Haven. Two Blocks To
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Security. Luxury 2 BD/2 BA.
Completely Updated. Sliding
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Overlooks Waterway, Marina
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mo. Furnished/Unfurnished.
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cessful implementation of
technology that supports
teaching and learning.
John Couch, vice president
of education at Apple, said,
"In reviewing the great work
that is underway at Pompano
Beach High, I was especially
impressed with the school's
success using technology to
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Beach.
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2nd Irene Winkler, Gwen Jackson... 55
Ist low net -Marlene Williams ... 37
2nd low net Pat Haag .. 38
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Znd C'arlo Spirito .. .. 66
3rdt D~on Ma~nn . .. 67
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3rdt Everettt Dec Carllo .. .. 6,7
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3rdi Jim King . . 70
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Pompano Beach Scouts
honor BSO detective












TO HONOR A HERO Pompano Beach Cub
Scouts C.J. Pruentes, Eric Watson with Scout Leader
Carlos Pruentes present BSO Detective Maury Her-
nandez with a brass grommet that had been attached
to~ a flag recently retired by the scout troop. Retire-
ments of American flags are through a ceremonial
burning. The only parts of the flag that survive the fire
are grommets. Hernandez [plaid shirt] stands with his
brother, Hallandale Police Officer Josue Hernandez as
he accepts the certificate and grommet.
Maury was honored by the scouts for his courageous
actions in August of 2007.
Detective Hernandez was shot in the head while
investigating a suspicious person. He survived his
": pounds, and now hopes to return to work


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