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Homtow New &ies


Deerfield's ban

on artificial turf

is nonsense**

Says xeroscaper
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Lesia and Tom DeFelice think the
city acted hastily when it passed an
ordinance banning artificial turf in
residential yards. The rule was enacted
after they landscaped their Gates of
Hillsboro property with a permeable
type of artificial 'sod,' so they are not
affected.
But they say, using the man-made
grass has tremendously enhanced their
'Garden of Eden.'
They used the turf under trees and
in shaded areas where grass does not
grow and discovered an added benefit
it locks in moisture around their
plants. "I do experiments." Lesia said.
"Trees surrounded by the turf grow
better than the ones that aren't."
The DeFelices are committed to
creating a leafy environment that uses
See TURF on page 8

.
Libraries set

for closings
.
In Deerfield,

F Omp ano
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Two popular Broward County
libraries are on a list of seven branches
that may be closed next year. The


aH otc Cn De n
for closure by an administration being
forced to make Level 3 cuts.
Assistant Library Director Eileen
Cobb said branches m leased facill-
ties, close to another library facility,
See LIBRARY on page 2


of employment claims while the City
will provide me with a severance in
concert with separation terms of my
contract employment. Accordingly, I
will receive final compensation equal
to nine months salary upon conclusion
of my service."
Hardin's comments came Wednes-
day morning after the commission had
accepted Chadwell's resignation.
Chadwell was hired in July 2007

See CHADWELL on page 3


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
Two months ago when Pompano
Beach Commissioner Rex Hardin
called for the firing of City Manager
Keith Chadwell, Hardin was willing to
pay the required nine-month severance
of $138,750.
On Tuesday, Chadwell presented a
letter of resignation that called for the
i same amount of $138,750.
The city attorney explained to the
commissioners that it was illegal to
pay a "severance" to an employee who
resigns.
But in his resignation letter,
Chadwell agreed to hold the "city
harmless" if the negotiated amount
were agreed upon.
Hardin was the sole dissenter.
Hardin explained.
"I voted against the resignation. He
[Chadwell] has every right to resign,
but to reward him for his resignation at
that level is not a wise use of tax payer


DB Commission
.
poised to hire
CRA manager
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Deerfield Beach commissioners
seem ready to hire a director to man-
age the city's Community Redevelop-
ment Agency, or CRA, funds, about $8
million reserved for improvements to
property east of US 1. The position has

bm n g oa n tg so P -

The matter of filling the job has
come up at several public meetings
and this week Mayor Peggy Noland
said, "I just feet someone needs to
See MANAGER on page 9


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dollars. I hold no ill will. It's better
for his future that he resign. It's much
easier to resign and part ways, but I
don't think he should be compensated
at this level. He's walking away from
our city with his reputation intact and
being compensated handsomely for
leaving."
Chadwell delivered the letter to
commissioners near the end of the
meeting and close to midnight.
Chadwell wrote, "I am willing
to execute a full waiver and release


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Cancer patient care-givers walk a lap at last week's Relay for Life, a fund raiser for cancer research.
The event was held at Quiet Waters Park in Deerfield Beach last weekend. Pictured are Caregiver
Mike Brannagan, his wife Sarge a survivor, and Lighthouse Point Commissioner Sandy Johnson,
also a survivor. [Photos by Darlene Pearson. See more pictures on page 13 1


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vital information and alerts
-
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to criminal activity in their neighborhoods. By registering for CyberVisor at
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upcoming events, security issues and safety information. Messages come either
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were targeted. The system has
already reduced its budget by
$14 million over the last two
years and cut 140 jobs. This
year, they face another 20

r ecnTrend ndon n tdy,
We had to make a business
decision," Cobb added.
Library Director Bob
Cannon said, "If you close
a library, you save delivery,
utilities, maintenance, janito-
rial, telephone, Internet and
collection costs, as well as
personnel costs. We proposed
closing libraries because of
distance, leases and age."


By Anne Siren
pELICAN STAFF

Pompano Beach Commis-
sioners agreed on Tuesday
to offer a special financing
program to assist homeowners
who want to hook up to the
city's reuse water pipes.
The city has been using
reuse water for several years
to irrigate public land such as
the municipal golf courses,
parks and road medians.
The Pompano Beach Reuse
Treatment Plant takes the
county's treated wastewater
plant discharge and further
treats and disinfects the water
for use as irrigation water.
The water is reclaimed or
reused for irrigation where
otherwise dunking water
would be used. For every gal-
lon of reuse water recaptured,
a gallon of drinking water is
saved.
Wastewater that is not re-
captured is deposited into the
ocean daily.
Over the past two years, the
city has installed pipes that
will link to residential homes
south of 14th Street Cause-
way to Atlantic Boulevard
-
and east of Harbor Dnve.
To date only a small per-
centage of homes have
hooked up to the system,
mainly because of plumbing,
permitting, back flow and
inspection costs.
On Tuesday, commissioners
-
approved a project that will
.
fiance all costs over a period
-
of four to five years with a 2
f th 1 f-
percent fee o e tota inanc-
ing and a $35 application fee.
A list of approved plumbers
will be provided to residents
who want to get started with
the reuse irrigation plan.
Once the homeowner is
hooked up to the reuse plant,


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job search and write their re-
sumes as well as assess e.gov
services such as food stamps
and unemployment benefits."
At the 12,000 square-
foot Century Plaza Branc h
219,530 items were checked
out last year. The annual lease
which expires in November

201t0 i $7180,472300 and itetakes
ing expenses. Nine peop e I
work there.
The Pom ano Beach
Branch is farpmaller at 4,500
square feet. In 2008, 73,045
people visited the library and
checked out 53,9. items.
h I h 1
Te county eases t at oca-
tion an two o ers rom te
City of Pompano Beach for
$1 a year. Operating costs
there are $223 667
Libr users are bein
urged to contitct their county
commissioners who will be
discussing these budget cuts
soon. The Friends are also
conducting a postcard cam
pa gnTputesttng te pmpose

available at library branches
in a week or so, Grimms said.



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34 homes tested were below
the federal limit for lead and
copper.
With 100
percent of the p
homes passing
the study, the
city is currently
on reduced
monitoring (ev- -,.,
ery three years).
Residents who would like to
participate in the next compli-
ance study and own a home
that was constructed between
1982 and 1986 and has copper
pipes, call 954-545-7004.


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water restrictions.

TWice & Week

bulk pickup
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Pompano Beach residents
have one of the most frequent
bulk pick-ups in Broward
County. This week, commis-
sioners decided they want
to keep it that way despite a
growing criminal element that
is taking advantage o .
At about $1.87 a month,
residents can place items like
furniture, appliances and car-
2et remnants on the side of the
street and expect h to be gone

So can criminals.
An ongoing crack-down
of illegal dumping in Pom-
pano Beach is costing illegal
dumpers in fines and in some
cases arrests and confiscation
of business vehicles.
Rob McCaughan, pub-
lic works director, asked the
commission to reconsider
its arrangement with Waste
Management and reduce the
number of bulk pick-ups from
eight times a month to twice a
month.
Other people come to
Pompano to dump bulk items
because of this city's pick-up
frequency,' he said. "We've
had people with 15 dishwash-
,,
ers in"front of their homes.
These items legally
should go to a dump where
a "dumping" fee is charged,
but some installers charge
the homeowner that fee and
dump the items in Pompano
Beach. "It's a difficult crime
,, .
to prove, said McCaughan,
"Most installers are honest,
but for those who aren't, it's
an ugly sight for the other
people living on the street."
The item was dropped and

willebe reconsidered at a later


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Closing Century Plaza
and the Beach would save the
system $1.2 million, Cobb
said.
The Century Plaza Li-
brary serves western Deerfield
Beach including Century
Village East and, for its size,
is one of the busiest in the

sys0temS ch 271 04 cnients in
it has undergone three expan
slons and upgrades and now
offers 20 computers for public

use.Said Friends of the
Library president Evelyn
Grimms, "This proposed
reduction is a drastic thing. In
the current economic climate,
people use the computers to


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By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF

Rabbi David Hartley
Mark calls himself, "the new
Rabbi on the block." He
walks into his study for this -
interview carrying a cooler
filled with water bottles and
an easy, friendly greeting.
He s the new Rabbi, installed
"'""ary, at the newly
named Jewish Center at Tem-
ple Sholom, the synagogue at
132 SE 11 Ave. in Pompano
Beach. Temple Sholom has
been servicing the conserva-
tive Jewish community in the
area bi comes to

Pompano from Portsmouth,
New Jersey where he served
Temple Israel for 22 years.
"I wanted a new challenge
and my wife Anbeth and I
were ready for-the change in
weather," he explains. "I've
found The Jewish Center to be
warm, friendly, outgoing and
welcoming to me and all who
enter this lovely Temple."
His philosophy is very
compatible with the implica-
tions of the Temple's nety
name. He says, "We want to
attract Jews of all denomina- .
tions as well as heterosexuals,
gays, and interfaith couples to
our community. Judaism, as I
teach it strives to be as inclu-
sive as possible. I believe in
,, .
outreach and in-reach.
For Rabbi Mark, it's
not all talk. In his short time


plains. "We discuss all sub-
jects such as traffic in Florida,
lizards, the heat, the news.
Rather than launching into
prayer, I choose to make my
congregation laugh and relax.
In Jewish tradition, you can't
speak to God properly if your
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.Rabbi David Hartley Mark took over the pulpit at The Jewish Center for Temple Sholom in January, and he's already won
the hearts of his congregants as a leader who strives to be as all inclusive as possible. He invites Jews of all denomina-
tions and non Jews to participate in the Center's traditions and classes. [Photo by Phyllis J. Neuberger]


here, he has delivered the
benediction at the Mayor's
Prayer Breakfast and also at
city commissioner meetings.
"This has given me the oppor-
tunity to meet local ministers
and elected government of-
ficials. It's given me a sense
of Pompano Beach which
seems to be friendly and wel-


coming like our Temple."
When it comes to
Temple, he's brought a fresh
.approach to Friday evening
Arvices.
"I like to think I am re-
lieving those present of their
week's stresses by holding
what I call a God Schmooze
service, he smiles and ex_


Pompano Beach Mayor Lamar Fisher presents a proclamation to holior National Safe Boating Week to Richard
and Gwen Leys, both members of U.S. Coast Guard Flotilla 34. Both are wearing the new lightweight Mustang
Survival life jackets. Meet members of the Flotilla 34:at Citi Center, Saturday, May 16 from noon to 4 p.m.
.where they will host the official kick-off of Safe Boating Week. On hand will be all the new life-saving jackets,
demonstrations of jackets for all ages, the latest safety equipment for boats from fire extinguishers to GPS models.
The theme for National Safe Boating Week 2009 'Wear It.' [Photo by Marie Duda]


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New Rabbi, David H. Mark, brings fresh concepts and an


Cresthaven -

group to
discuss

hurricane

preparation
Cresthaven Neighborhood
Watch will meet May 21, 7 .
p.m. at St. Elizabeth Catholic
Church, 3331 SE 10 Terrace.
Kimberly Spill from Fire
Rescue will update the group
on the most current Hurricane
information.
This will be important
preparation information for
the public. For more infor-
mation, email carolkwsw@
bellsouth.net.
Neighborhood Watch
meetings are held on the third
Thursday of the month. There
will be no meetings July or
August.


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7 to 8 p.m. Monday, May 18,
at the Community Church,
4433 Bougainvillea Drive.
Performers are Carol
Cole, David Cole and Jon
Robertson.
Carol Cole, faculty at
Lynn University Conserva-
tory of Music, is a professor
of violin and chamber music.
Her husband David is profes-
sor of cello and department
head of strings at the Conser-
vatory of Music. Robertson, a
pianist, conductor and acade-
nucian, is dean of the Lynn
Conservatory of Music.
The group will perform
pieces by Mozart and Men-
delssohn.
Members of the Lau- -
derdale-By-The-Sea Garden
Club ill ho st a reception
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South Florida. .
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tech devices that integrate
power metering as a function -
of time of day with a type of

twos- y communication abil-
Florida Power and Light
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integrating solar energy facili-
ties at several local universi-
ties and government sites to
help meet energy needs with
renewable power.
Florida Power and Light
also plans to add 300 electric
vehicles to its fleet, and install
50 charging stations to set the
stage for wider use of plug-
in electric vehicles in South


Florida.
This plan has the potential
to'be the most extensive and
holistic Smart Grid system,
establishing a model for the
rest of the country.
Sources: FPL, GE, Cisco
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and www.EnergySmartMiami.
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They usually occur during
peak energy demand periods,
like hot summer days. Dur-
ing the rest of the time there is
ample power to meet demand.
Most people are unaware that
the utility companies have
dedicated power plants, called
speakers, that sit idle niixety
percent of the time at full.
capability, waiting for peik
demands to occur.
They are a waste of
money nd energy. Instead

plants, Florida Power and
Light is encouraging energy
efficiency by use of a Smart
Grid System.
With the Smart Meters,
consumers will be given a
substantial discount when
they shift their non-essential
energy usage to off peak time
periods. As an example, dish-
washers, clothes washers and


dryers could be programmed
to run at night. Energy Star is
also developing Smart Appli-
ances that will communicate
with your Smart Meter, and
operate at off peak times.
The same system is being
developed for furnace and air
conditioning thermostats and
water heaters. All of these
will have a manual over-ride.
It would be more effective to
automatically alter the ther-

mr g a d t es,
instead of causing a blackout.
.The Energy Smart Miami
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Anne Hanby Siren
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Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Nenberger, Lorraine Andy,
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ETOWard County Property Appraiser Lor1
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FarriSh Answers Your QuestionS .,


Help IIs Crack Down on Tax Fraud!
Dear Lori,
I read in both the Sun-Sentinel and the Pompatio Pelican that your office is
cracking down ori homeowners who were illegally claiming Homestead Exemp-
tion tax breaks. I live in Pompano Ileach and want to help. What is the best
way to report this tax abuse without causitig a problem with the neighbor?
A.S., Pompano Beach
Property owners who file false applications to obtain a Homestead Exemp-
tion are breaking the laws ahd they're making you pay more in taxes each year.
WhyFBecause the School Board, the County Commission, your local city gov-
ernment, and the various taxing authorities must fund their budgets by equitably
dividing the tax burden among all property owners within their jurisdictions. If
someone lies to lower his or her taxes, someone else has to make up the differ-
ence.
Our office aggressively seeks to stop homestead fraud. Since we formed
our homestead fraud units in 2005 over 18,487 fraud investigations have been
resolved, resulting in over 26 million dollars in back taxes, penalties and inter-
est and over billion dollars of assessed value back onto the tax rolls. We
have worked with city governments, homeowner and civic associations to help
identify tax fraud.
If you knoiv of anyone claiming Homestead Exemption on a property he or
she is not permanently residing in or if the property is rented, vacant or merely
a vacation home, we urge you to contact our investigators in odr Department of
Professional Standards and Compliance at 954.357.6900 or www.bcpa.net/ .
fraudform.asp and we'll check it out.
Once reported, our office will fully investigate each charge. Property own-
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years, plus be required to pay substantial penalty and annual interest. While it
is extremely helpful and time saving when you speak directly to an investigator,
you may remam anonymous.
Sincerely'
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If you have a question for Lori, please email her at lori @bcpa.net or write
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Of course it's a crisis. Just as critical as the economic crisis we are in right
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Water in South Florida,.in fact everywhere, is vital to all life be it plant or
animal.
This week, the city looked at the problem many homeowners are having with
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And the problem is money.
The only solution was to lend homeowners enough capital to complete the
hookups, keep the interest rate low and start recapturing waste water that will
otherwise be pumped into the ocean.
Pompano Beach is the first city in the state to initiate such a program. Millions
of gallons of drinking water will be saved for its best purpose, which is drink-
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this community.
This is good leadership. We urge all residents who have the purple reuse water
pipes installed on their streets to jump on this program now. Iri the long run,
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than half the cost'of drinking water. That puts clean water in the bank for future
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no city water, no pesticides,
no fertilizers. They collect
rain water from their roof and
nourish their plants from their
compost barrel.
From the street, their house
is almost obscured by huge
white, red and yellow oleander
bushes. Behind the bushes is a
quiet retreat built around two
ponds. A bench swing pro-
vides seating. Some artificial
turf provides the grassy effect.
In the completely enclosed
backyard, the DeFelices have
used brick and flagstone to
mark the various areas: one
for the hot tub, one for conver-
sation, one for barbecuing, one
for growing vegetables. Two
swaths of artificial turf mark
their dog run.
"This took a lot of thought,"
Lesia said. "We didn't want
landscaping that would guzzle
water."
She says she did not start
out as a proponent of artifi-
cial turf, but found it fulfilled
many needs.
Most astonishing is the fact
the DeFelices have grown lush
foliage from plants that were
at death's door, plucking the
$1 stalks from garden centers.
"Most are 'rescue plants,'"
Tom said.
When they moved here in
2004, the DeFelices set out to
design a xeriscape yard that
far exceeded most people's
vision of cactus, rocks and
mulch.
They presented their plan
to their homeowners' associa-
tion and waited the 30 days


assuming assent, they began
their gardening efforts. For
several years, they heard noth-
ing from their association, but
then in June 2008, after they
had installed a very visible
four-foot by 12-foot patch of
the turf from the street to their
fence, they received notice the
association had filed a lawsuit
on the premise they had not
gotten permission to install the
artificial material.
Lesia, armed with Florida
legal info, represented hei-self
and won a dismissal. Al-
though the DeFelices say they
are willing to compromise
and put in more plant mate-
rial on the offending turf, the
suit has been refilled. Their
attorney Barry Silver has filed
a response.
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Many cities, especially in
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The DeFelices' passion for
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Dist. 1 Commissioner Joe
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to hire someone. The other
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Baia's salary was split
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CRA projects are now the
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It's the high school equiv-
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mimicked the flash of lighting
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"That's our job-to make
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It's exciting because I've
never been in this environ-
ment," said Campbell, 18, a
senior,
Campbell ended up in
Perlowski's drama one class
last year, "just for the credit,"

pe pd.b kdd d a
class-much less as the lead
character in a school play.
But, something just clicked
within him.
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are worried or tense. Our
Cantor, Hesh Mayersdorf has
a beautiful voice. I speak and
he leads them in singing the
prayers, all in the intimacy of
the small chapel."
The Rabbi talked about
a scheduled Spanish Shab-
both emn every month.
"We have a gifted high school
teacher in our congregation,
Bernardo Villanueva who
runs this Shabbot in Spanish.
It is both poetic and beauti-
ful "
The Center's in-reach
involves enriching the lives of
the 200 member congregation
and its young people. The
25 children in the religious
Sunday School are taught by
Melissa Mayersdorf and Sima
Dobkin. Their studies include
learning Hebrew, Jewish cul-
ture, history, Israel and when
they get to the 7th grade, Life
Cycle.
The Life Cycle Class,
taught by the Rabbi, comes
just before bar and bat mitz-
vah preparation. The class
explains, with the aid of a
contemporary workbook. the
high points of a Jewish life
and its traditions.
The Cantor and theliabbi
prepare the children for their
traditional coming of age
ceremony th@Bair Mitzvah, 1
for boys, and Bat Mitzvah, for
girls. "Each child has his or
her own ceremony," the Rab-
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a special needs Bar Mitzvah
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says, "We work well together.
We're a good balance."
Asked about the innova-
tive Shabbot service on Friday
evenings, he says, "It's a good
mix of conversation, discus-
sion and prayer. We both
interact with the congregation
and discuss aspects of the
service as well as life around
us. We might explain a prayer
and its background. Allow-
ing individuals to express
Iv h b 11
these es as een we
received. The mix of interac-
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,,
fuzzy feehng.
The Pe scan we comes
the new Rabbi and invites
him to write an article for our
paper explaining each Jewish
holiday as it approach es so
that our readers can be well
informed.
To reach Rabbt Mar or
The Jewish Center at Temple
1 11 954 942 6410
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one. The fast track is for kids
who have not had sufficient
Jewish education. For these
boys and girls we arrange ac-
celerated tutoring."
Adult classes open to
non members and non Jews
include Yiddish Speaking, He-
brew and Knitting. The Rabbi
teaches a class entitled God,
the Universe and Jewish Spiri-
tuality. He says, "We have a
text book that stimulates us to
enjoy wonderful discussions.
Every session stands on its
own. Every week is a new
experience. Newcomers are
welcome."
The Rabbi's class in
memoir writing is very popu-
lar with the men and women
attending as they begin to
remember and write about
their lives.
"I want the surrounding
community to know that we
have been a vital part of Jew-
ish religious life since 1959


and that I hope people will
stop in to say hello," he says.
"I'm available to speak to
groups about Jewish subjects
or anything they would like to
know about the history of Ju-
daism. I want the community
to know we're here and what
resources we offer."
Rabbi David Harley
Mark's search
He says, "I started out to
become a professor of Eng-
lish Literature, but decided
.
on a Rabbmate after a year
of teaching Hebrew School
in a reform temple where the
girl I would marry, Anbeth
was the temple secretary. I
had been raised Orthodox,
attended Yeshiva University
and realized that, though I did
not want to be orthodox, I did
love Judaism very much. I
began to attend reform and
conservative services and do a
lot reading. I was fortunate to


find The Academy for Jewish
Religion in Riverdale, New
York which is non-denomina.
tonal. The student pulpit that
I served in New Jersey was a
wonderful experience because
I had the opportunity to begin
defining myself as a Rabbi.
My first pulpit was in North
Carolina, and then I moved on
to Portsmouth where I have
been for 22 years. This is my
third pulpit.
The congregation
lOVES him
Center President, David
Greenblatt says, "Rabbi Mark
came to us on January 15 and
we all love him. He is a very
nice person and has a very
knowledgeable background
in Judaism which he shares in
most interesting ways. He's
also started many successful
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even remember people's
names. I would always call
them by their characters,"
Campbell said. "I couldn't
think of anything; I just had
lines in my head."
Ricky Ballester, nominated
for best comedic actor, also
said he felt consumed by the
play and countless hours of
practice.
"It's like we weren't our-
selves anymore," said Balles-
ter, 15, a sophomore.
Other local high schools
receiving nominations include
North Broward Preparatory
High for their rendition of
Into the Woods, and Deerfield
Beach High for their produc-
tion of Dracula.
"They're very pleased that
,,
they've been nominated,
said Bonnie Marshak, Cap-
pies mentor at North Broward
Preparatory. "We're very
excited."
Bobby Chalker was
nominated for best set for his
work on a multi-level set for
Deerfield High's Dracula.
He worked on the set before
school at 5:30 a.m. and after
school until 8:30 p.m. for

sweekshto make the it
""'s just nice to be rec-
ognized for something you
rIae r.s' t
only did I get the satisfaction
of seeing it complete, but I
know everyone else realized
,,
what went into it as well.
Cappies winners will be
announced at a red-carpet
ceremony at the Broward
Center for the Performing arts
on May 19 at 7 p.m.

Memorial

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will be a memorial service at
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will begin at McNab Park on
Atlantic Boulevard and 23
Ave., Pompano Beach.
A memorial service will
take place at the Pompano
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diagnosis and treatment can restore
a normal bite.
At the practice of MA NON
BOUROUE HUTCHISON, D.D.S., we
encourage regular check-ups,
clearings, and home care. Early
detection of problems minimizes the
expenses related to major tooth repair.
We do not buy into fads, but instead
research, pursue, and implement high-
quality technology that will help
improve our patients' care. We keep
abreast of all the latest advances and
procedures that technology has to
offer. For more information or to
schedule an appointment, please call
us today.
P.S. The average person swallows
2,000 to 4,000 times each day.
Pompano Beach Office
2631 E Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach, FL 33062
954-942-4048


Normally, the tongue rests at the
roof of the mouth. However, people
who are "tongue-thrusters" will push
the tongue forward against the front
teeth with each swallow. This action
exerts one to six pounds of pressure
agairist the structure of the mouth. As
a result, the front teeth are pushed
forward into abnormal positions,
causing an "open bite" in which the
front teeth do not connect. While
nearly all infants are tongue-thrusters,
most children outgrow the habit and
adopt a normal swallowing pattem by
age six. Only 3% of children will
continue to tongue thrust by age
twelve. Unfortunately, few people
Other than dental professionals are
trained to recognize the habit. Early
Coconut Creek Office
5359 Lyons Road, Coconut Creek, 1133073
954-570-8870


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DENTASTIC
Dental Center
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Family & COSmetic Dentistry
Dr. Cyrus Pettis, D.M.D.
Open: Tuesday Friday 10am 6pm
Saturday by Appointment
Falamos Portugues / Halslamos Espar1ol
Mowimu Po Potsky / Also Speak Czech & Russian

954.78 1.4670 ,A




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