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Ethics

Commission

to consider

complaint

against Poitier
The Florida Commission on Eth-
ics will meet in Tallahassee June 12 to
consider a complaint against Deerfield
Beach Vice Mayor Sylvia Poitier. The
probable cause hearing can be at-
tended by only complainant Herman
Casanova, respondent Poitier and their
attorneys. The vice mayor is being
represented by Jacob Horowitz.
Casanova, vice president of The
-Palms, a Deerfield Beach condo-
, minium that had fallen behind in its
water bill payments, filed a complaint
March 19 that alleges Poitier would
not help resolve their problem unless
she was given a job there. Casanova
had contacted Poitier for her assis-
tance.
His testimony has been given to
the ethics commission.
The commission will review
reports from an investigator and an
advocate and then decide if there is
probable cause to charge Poitier with a
violation. In 2002, a complaint involv-
ing Poitier and the Broward County
Commission was dismissed without an
investigation.


Committee's hot

spot solution

rejected;

Hillsboro moves

ahead with big

beach project
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
After a lengthy discourse on the pros
and cons of an ad hoc committee's
recommendations on Hillsboro Beach's
shoreline erosion situation, commis-
sioners voted to stay the course and
proceed with a nourishment project
estimated to cost between $4 million
and $8 million.
The turning point came when con-
sulting engineer John Studt told them
a delay would mean losing the services
of a dredge in Boca Raton, the possible
See HOT SPOTS on page 11


READERS REVOLT VerN unhappy\ )i h i' i' 1:: '
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Don't mess with our books say Beach library fans

Plans to close city's Beach Branch enrage Pompano Beach residents


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
They hastily pulled together a
meeting to discuss ways of keeping
the Pompano Beach "Beach" branch
library open this week.


The energy in the room was revo- ening hours at public libraries and
lutionary. closing seven branches to deal with
But the battle to keep this small, budget cuts. Pompano Beach's Beach
but highly used library may be daunt- branch was among the libraries con-
ifig. sidered for closing.


Earlier this year, the Broward
County Commission proposed short-


See BEACH LIBRARY on page 10


Broward agencies set to toss life preservers

Workshop to discuss stimulus funds and other aids

for small business owners set for Saturday, June 6


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
Plenty of Broward County
workers have been beaten up with
economy issues that have landed them
outside the workforce.
In Florida, the unemployment rate
is over nine percent, higher than the
national rate of 8.9 percent, accord-
ing to The State of Florida Agency for
Workforce innovation.
The same source reports that
close to one million, [885,000] previ-
ously employed civilians are out of
work in Florida.
For those who are left with jobs
and/or businesses, a few new doors
are beginning to open with hope of
help.
On June 6, the U.S. Small Busi-
ness Association, or SBA, will host
a workshop from 10 a.m. to noon at


Pompano Beach City Hall, 100 W.
Atlalntic Blvd., Pompano Beach. Co-
hosting the free event are The Broward
Alliance and WorkForce One.
Bob Swindell, senior vice presi-
dent of business development for Bro-
ward Alliance, says, "Anybody who
has a business in Pompano Beach who
wants to find out how to connect with
the stimulus should register for this


workshop. The purpose is to let people
know if they qualify and how to go
about getting the stimulus funding."
Swindell explains that as the banks
tighten up their lending programs or
reduce SBA loans, there are other
funds available for business owners.
"This is an opportunity for busi-
ness owners to access information to
See STIMULUS on page 9


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By Anne Siren '
PELICAN STAFF
On June 19, "Juneteenth,"
1865, Union general Gordon
Granger read the Emancipa-
tion Proclamation in Galves-
ton, thus belatedly bringing
about the freeing of 250,000
slaves in Texas.
The tidings of freedom
reached slaves gradually as
individual plantation owners
read the proclamation to their
bondsmen over the months
following the end of the war.
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news of the Emancipation-
Proclamation [1863] to reach
parts of Texas, but records
show that the month was
June, and Juneteenth has be-
come the name of this remem-
brance.
On June 13, Pompano


Beach residents will partici-
pate in a national holiday that
celebrates the final issuance
of freedom to slaves in the
United States.
The Northwest Branch
Library will host Juneteenth's
Blues and Sweet Potato Pie on
June 13 at Apollo Park, 1580
NW 3 Ave., Pompano Beach,
next to the library.
According to Rhonda Walk-
er, branch manager, the event
will include exhibits of home-
made quilts, aprons, crafts,
memorabilia and sweets from
the Civil War era.
Attendees will also learn
about the history of the Afri-
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Deerfield Beach commission keeps early

retirement penalties intact for now,

citizens rally against library closing


Robb seeks new rules
for retiring city
employees
Newly-appointed pension
board member Jean Robb is
urging a change in the pension
ordinance that penalizes city
employees who retire before
age 55.
In a survey that she con-
ducted personally, Robb said
she found six employees
younger than 55 who would
leave the city but don't want
to suffer the one percent per
year penalty that is now in
effect.
"The city will not fall apart
if six people retire," Robb
said. "If you force these peo-
ple to stay on it will cost you
$1.27 million in salaries. The
ordinance should be amended
so that people can retire after
30 years of service, regardless
of age."
Robb produced an actuarial
report requested by the board
which showed the cost to the
city to replace lost pension


dollars would be $548,126,
but that a savings of $424,492
in salaries would be real-
ized leaving a true cost of
$123,633 to let the six em-
ployees take an early retire-
ment.
In her presentation, Robb
used Lifeguard Captain Lee
Magnuson as an example.
Magnuson has 33 years of
service but is only 52 years
old. He wrote in a letter that
he wished to spend more time
with his disabled daughter.
Robb pointed out that the
firefighters' contract allows
them to retire with only 20
years service without penalty.
"I am asking the city
commission to do what is
right and amend the ordinance
to allow retirement after 30
years regardless of age," Robb
said.
Mayor Peggy Noland
suggested the commission
take time to review Robb's
paperwork before making a
decision and no motion was
made.


Citizens organize to
protest closing of Cen-
tury Plaza Library
Deerfield Beach residents
are planning an all-out as-
sault on the Broward County
Commission June 24 to protest
the proposed closing of the
Century Plaza Branch. Com-
missioner Marty Popelsky said
2,000 signatures against the
budget cut have been collected
in Century Village. "We have
to bombard them," Popelsky
said, adding that buses would
be hired if necessary to trans-
port residents. "We've got to
show strength."
Commissioner Sylvia Poiter
opposed the tactic. "The bus
makes no difference in the
Broward County Commission
Chamber. You're thinking
Trinchi-style," referring to the
late city commissioner. Poitier
said she had spoken to four
county commissioners and has
been assured they will support
the Century Plaza Library.
"The job is done," she said.
Resident Jean Robb asked
for another approach. "We're
paying Mitch Ceaser to lobby.
Have we asked him to lobby
for our libraries? Someone
should get him on the ball."

Pompano Beach citizens
prepare petitions against clos-
ing Beach branch library. See
page 1.


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18 Teachers of the Year at Lighthouse Point Yacht Club


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
Fran Milinski's love of
teaching chokes her up. Re-
tirement is looming, and she
wonders how it's going to be
to go through days, weeks and
years without the company of
children. She teaches second
grade at McNab Elementary
School.
"I won't see that sparkle
in their eyes when they say,
'I got it.' I can't imagine any
other profession that provides
so much satisfaction," Milin-
ski said.
Milinski's love of teach-
See TEACHERS on page 18


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Stories for a

summer day
The Deerfield Beach
Historical Society will host a
summer story hour the second
and fourth Saturday's in June
and July at the historic Butler
House, 380 E. Hillsboro Blvd,
Deerfield Beach.
The first story hour is set
for Saturday, June 13, 10 a.m.
and is open to children of ele-
mentary school age. The event
is free. For more, contact the
Society at 954-429-0378.

Elks have

big line-up

for June
This Sunday, the public is
invited to a Pancake Breakast
at the Elks Lodge, 700 NE
10 St., Pompano Beach. The
breakfast is $5 and $3 for chil-
dren. Call 954-569-4333.
Bingo fans can join in the
games on June 7, 14, 21 and
28 from 6 to 10 p.m. Call 954-
-781-2300. -
The Army of Hope picnic
will take place at the lodge on
June 13 to honor all branches
of the U.S. Military. Adult,,
$20, children $5 for an All
-You-Can-Eat event. Call 954-
781-2300.
On June 30, the Elks will
host a card party from 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Cost is $4. Groups
are welcome. Call 561-479-
2002.

Help

military

personnel

with

donations
America's Moms for
Soldiers ask the public for
donations of various canned
goods. The food packages
are mailed monthly. Drop-off
locations are Angel Hair by
Mary 1646 E. Atlantic Blvd.
and Di's Subs, 300 SW 12
Ave., Pompano Beach. Call
954-871-8270.


Karen Donaldson volunteers her dancing feet to benefit

NE Focal Point for children, Alzheimer's Seniors, Adults


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Call
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By Phyllis J. Neuberger
STAFF WRITER
Karen Donaldson's motto
is 'Life is a Dance & Dance is
a Life' and she proves it every
day as a volunteer and as the
owner of Star Ballroom, Inc.
with partner, Ronnie Gard-
ner. Star is located at 2309 E.
Atlantic Blvd. in Pompano
Beach.
"I've known and admired
NE Focal Point for years,"
Donaldson says. "The agency
serves seniors, adults, children
as well as men and women
with Alzheimer's in Deerfield
Beach, Lighthouse Point,
Pompano Beach and Lauder-
dale-By-The- Sea. NE Focal
Point even provides transpor-
tation to the center for all day
activities."
Donaldson can be found
at 1:30 every Tuesday after-
noon teaching senior dance
classes. "It's a gratifying
volunteer job for me. The men
and women in the class are
wonderful, and they really
love to dance. Bill Giroux,
one of the CASA, or Children,
Alzheimer's, Seniors and
Adults, board members comes
over often to dance with our
ladies. We have couples and
singles in the group."
She goes on to talk about
the benefits of dancing. "It is
truly a non competitive exer-
cise for all ages. Dance is the
perfect way to socialize and
exercise without competing.
Our seniors love it because


Karen Donaldson and Ronnie Gardner, owners of Star Ballroom, Inc. practice
what they preach. They stay young and fit by living up to their motto, 'Life is
a Dance & Dance is a Life.' [Courtesy of Star ballroom


it incorporates happy music,
gentle touching, grace and
social interaction. Dr. Murray
Todd, neurologist at Broward
Health, calls dance the best
way to stimulate the brain
because it coordinates think-
ing and movement. Dancing
keeps people young."
A very attractive woman
with an enviable figure, Don-
aldson keeps herself young
by dancing as well. She also
serves on NE Focal Point's
CASA board, She says, "We
volunteer at all of our events.
We recently did the Shamrock
Shindig, a coordinated event
with NE Focal Point, The
United Way and John Knox
Village. We packed the Vil-
lage auditorium, and everyone
had a ball at the ball. We just
had our annual fundraiser, The
Cuisine of the Region. We all
sold tickets, distributed fly-
ers and did serving, greeting
and dancing the night of the


event."
Donna M. DeFronzo,
director of Senior Services,
describes Donaldson as "an
amazing, dedicated and
compassionate volunteer who
gives her time generously as
a dance instructor and CASA
board member. She recently
hosted a Mother's Day Tea
Dance at the Star Ballroom
to benefit our entire center. It
was a success, and everyone
enjoyed the tea, finger sand-
wiches and delicious pastries
as well as dancing. The wom-
en came in floral party dresses
and the entire event looked
and felt like Mother's Day.
Karen has already promised
to do it again next year. NE
Focal Point certainly appre-
ciates the money raised and
donated."
And that's not all!
Donaldson also volun-
teers as a district coordina-
tor for the State Authorized


Driver Safety Program, an
eight-hour classroom course
taught locally at Emma Lou
Olson and Herb Skolnick
centers. To learn of the next
offering, call 954-974-2272.
To volunteer at NE Focal
Point, call 954-480-4449.
Thank you Karen Don-
aldson for "pitching in to help
your fellowman."
About Star Ballroom
Karen Donaldson and Ron-
nie Gardner have owned the
ballroom since 1996.
She was a dance instructor
and competitive dancer and
Gardner has been a teacher
for over 30 years. Couples
and singles come and dance
the night away for just $8 per
person on Tuesday, Friday and
Saturday evening from 8 p.m.
on. Donaldson says, "It's a
great way to socialize, exer-
cise and meet other people
who love to dance. We have
dancers from 5 to 100 years
old. We do private and group
lessons focusing on bolero,
waltz, tango, rumba, Latin and
ballroom mix."
Another instructor, Jody
Dancer teaches Nia Dance
Fitness, a blend of dance and
yoga, salsa, tai chi and cha
.cha.
At the time of this in-
terview, Paul Lawrence was
teaching the rumba to Myrtle
Segreti, who said, "I've been
dancing here twice a week
since they opened. It makes
me happy."
Both owners are members
of the National Dance Teach-
ers Association of America, a
non-profit professional orga-
nization that meets four times
a year for a private workshop
followed by an afternoon of
dancing open to the public.
Its purpose is to promote
ballroom dancing, the art of
dance, improve its practice
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Students with exceptional stories

receive Kiwanis scholarships


By Dave Gravelle
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Six students who excel
academically, in the arts and
through community service
have been awarded $1,000
scholarships by the Deerfield
Beach Kiwanis Club. This
year, the number of awards
was increased due to the suc-
cess of the club's first annual
golf tournament. All stu-
dents attend Deerfield Beach
schools and were chosen to
exemplify specific categories.
Here are the winners:
Ariana Baurley The
Lacy Music Award
Outstanding in academ-
ics, music and community
service, Ariana Baurley is
well prepared for her next
steps in life which will be at
Harvard University. She is a
member of the Florida Youth
Orchestra, where she plays
in the first violin section, as
well as several other South
Florida orchestras. Ariana's
violin has been heard in vari-
ous venues. She founded the
Randazzo Strings, which was
her first group of students
from Randazzo School in
Coconut Creek.
She also participated in
the Strings of Change which
provides violins as well as
instruction to students. Ari-
ana obtained old instruments,
repaired them and taught the
young musicians who eventu-
ally were. able to play in a


recital.
Ariana accumulated almost
1,500 hours of community
service in projects such as
Horses and the Handicapped,
teaching music, organizing
programs to help feed the
hungry and is vice president
and treasurer of her North
Broward Prep School Key
Club.
Ariana's goal is to major
in history and, after graduat-
ing from Harvard, work in
the fields of history, art and
music.
Hayley Browdy The Ed
Dietrich Community Service
Award
Hayley has been a leader
in the Deerfield Beach High
School Key Club for four
years and currently is presi-
dent. She has led the Key
Club through many commu-
nity service projects including
Kids in Distress, Walks for
Diabetes, the Founders' Day
Parade and Relay for Life.
In addition, Hayley has been
tutoring children with learning
disabilities in Hebrew at her
temple.
Hayley's leadership in
Kids in Distress has touched
many because of the ongoing
support that she and her team
provide the children. Hayley
raised the money and then
established "Adopt-A-Kid"
program to buy Christmas
presents for distressed kids.
Haley plans to major in


chemistry at Brandeis Uni-
versity in Waltham, MA.
Brandeis is a small liberal arts
university, one of the young-
est private research universi-
ties and the only nonsectarian
Jewish-sponsored college
or university in the United
States. "
Haley's end goal is to be-
come a research pharmacist in
drug design research as a way
to apply her love of chemistry.
Sonika Data- The Joseph
Hill Community Service
Award
Sonika has been a past
president of the Deerfield
Beach High School Key Club
and is Lt. Governor of the
District. Under Sonika's lead-
ership, the clubs in her district
thrived as she coordinated the
activities of 10 chapters.
Sonika founded an organi-
zation dedicated to alleviating
the suffering of children af-
fected by the war in Northern
Uganda, a program which
reached outside of Deerfield
High School and into other
area schools. The purpose of
her organization was not only
to raise funds but to educate
Americans as to the plight
of the "invisible" children of
Northern Uganda.
Sonika volunteered over
900 hours teaching 6th grade
students mathematics and
science in a program called
See AWARDS on page 16


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Crystal Lake Middle School

students take Sea Cadet awards
By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
Two Crystal Lake Middle
School magnet students have been -
honored with awards as U.S. Navy

Lorenzo Gari received the .
Fred Topper Memorial Navy
League Cadet of the Year Award.
Zachary Vlahovski received
the Al Allister Memorial Award for _..
Most Improved Cadet. He also re- _____
ceived a Good Citizenship Award
from the Sons of the American Revolution.
Friends since the fourth grade, they got involved in Sea Cadets because both
are interested in world history and military history.
The seventh-graders spend their Saturdays in physical training and learning
military bearing and Navy drills. They wear camouflage uniforms and practice
drills at Snyder Park in Fort Lauderdale.
Sea Cadets are in all 50 states. "We have an opportunity to learn about being
in the military, to march and learn discipline and respect," Zachary said.
"We learn to be good citizens and to help others and our teammates out,"
Lorenzo added.
Summer training is offered in scuba, aviation and survival. Both boys are
going to Melbourne for training. Zachary will take part in a petty officer leader-
ship session, and Lorenzo is enrolled in arms training.
Lorenzo is a student in the science magnet program and Zachary in the
French magnet program at Crystal Lake Middle School. Both live in Oakland
Park.
Lorenzo has a brown belt in Aikido, the Japanese martial art and takes part
in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. Zachary does trap shooting every Mon-
day night at Markham Park.
"We would encourage all kids to join the Sea Cadets," Zachary said. "It's
an excellent opportunity if you want to go to the Naval Academy or do anything
great in life."
Both have been accepted for STEM, or Science, Technology, Engineering
and Mathematics program, June 13 to 17 at the U.S. Naval Academy. They
hope to attend the academy.
Only 200 participants were selected from hundreds of applications for the
STEM program. "To have two chosen from this school is unusual," said Carl
Quanstrom, magnet program coordinator at Crystal Lake.


Congratulations to local

valedictorians, salutatorians and

to the Classes of '09 at Blanche Ely

and Pompano Beach High Schools


Blanche Ely High School
Valedictorian
Gaytri Patel


Pompano Beach High School
Valedictorian
Alan William Gates


Blanche Ely High School
Salutatorian
Kessy Joseph


Pompano Beach High School
Salutatorian
Jacqueline Leigh Babb


Angelina Suarez honored at

Stetson University
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN


Stetson University biology major
and pre-vet program candidate, An-
gelina Suarez has been honored for
the 2008 Excellence in Service award "
for her "active commitment to aiding .
animals."
Hailing from Deerfield Beach, Su-
arez plans to become a wildlife veteri- -
narian. She is the incoming president
of PAWS, or Providing Animals With
Service, and has been active in fund ;
raising for other projects dedicated to .
wildlife.
The Florida Campus Compact Ex-
cellence in Service Award is presented to up to six student service scholars for
outstanding service to Florida's communities. The award is accompanied with a
$500 check. Suarez was chosen from "an outstanding pool of applicants" for the
2008 award, one of three awarded to Florida undergraduates and the only one
presented to a student from a private Florida University.


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Bridge

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players will be at this-event.
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Lynda Davis uses the products she sells and

lives the good life with Herbalife


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
STAFF WRITER
Lynda Davis, supervisor,
is a sales representative of
Herbalife products. In a sense
she is in business for herself.
How much she works and
how much she earns is her
decision.
Operating out of a home
office, Davis has been with
Herbalife since last Septem-
ber. She says, "Ideally you
try the company products,
and if you like them, you can
sell them and quickly become
a distributor by convincing
friends and family members
to try the products: If they
like them, they too can earn
money by selling them just as
you are doing."
Davis says, "I like the
products very much myself.
The main product is the
Formula One Healthy Meal
which is a meal replacement
and part of the weight loss
plan. This is suggested for
two meals a day. The third
meal is to be a healthy, well-
balanced and colorful one.
The plan comes with very
specific directions for use."
Continuing, she says, "I
followed the plan and lost 26
pounds and two dress sizes.
I feel better and have more
energy than I've ever had.
I've kept the weight off for
over two months. I've tried
other well-known similar
products and found this to be
far better for me. The shakes
are available in different
flavors for variety and there
are protein bars for snacks if
one is hungry between meals.
The product line offers many
other items including the
Heart Healthy line of supple-
ments developed by Dr. Lou
Ignarro."
Davis says it's easy for


Lynda Davis is a supervisor for Herbalife and as an independent distributor
sells the weight loss product as.well as the entire product line. She has lost
26 pounds and two dress sizes herself with the Formula One Healthy Meals
program. [Photo by Phyllis J. Neuberger]


her to sell these products
because she likes them. "I
doubt that I will ever become
a member of the Herbalife
millionaire team, but feel
this is a good way for me to
supplement my income. I'm
a statistician and have never
sold anything in my life other
than my services. I'm gener-.
ous with samples for first time
buyers."
Are the products safe
and do they work?
According to all of the
company's printed matter,
Herbalife is based on the
campus of the University of
California in Los Angeles in
the Herbalife Product and Sci-


ence Center. Named for Mark
Hughes, the company found-
er, the products are developed
in the Mark Hughes Cellular
and Molecular Nutrition
Laboratory. The Nutrition
Advisory Board is made up
of distinguished doctors and
leading experts in the fields
of health and nutrition. Lou
Ignarro Ph.D., Nobel Laureate
in Medicine, is a member of
that Board.
Herbalife is a global com-
pany with products sold in 65
countries. There are distribu-
tion centers in Los Angeles,
Ca., Germany, Brazil, Ja-
pan, U.K. and Mexico. The
company is listed on the New


York Stock Exchange.
Davis offers a catalog of
products available currently
and all claim to be researched
and endorsed by the company
backed by a 30-day money
back guarantee.
People who sell this prod-
uct line can market it in many
ways. Some have parties to.
introduce family and friends
to the products. If these new
product users like the results,
they too can. rep the line. This
is the first step to building a
team.
Another selling tool is
mass distribution of inexpen-
sive flyers to attract people to
try the products themselves
and view it as a business op-
portunity. Davis has used the
flyer as an ad and paid for it
herself. She has also gone to
large shopping centers and put
flyers on side windows of cars
and says that also brought her
business.
A third way to sell prod-
uct is to sell to co-workers in a
large firm with management's
approval.
Herbalife provides ex-
tensive training to men and
women, which is helpful to
those who have no sales back-
ground. This is accomplished
nationally via a webinar
presentation with a phone/
computer hookup. Continuing
education is available weekly
on the Master Retail Webinar
that is an interaction experi-
ence allowing representatives
to comment and question.
The company offers
generous vacation incentives
to those who reach determined
sale levels.
To order products or find
out about business opportu-
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at 954-537-1878 or visit her
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Dan Fasano won't be pres-
ent Saturday to see the Miss
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the sea to become an artificial
reef. The Lighthouse Point
man who donated $10,000 to
the project, has been hospital-
ized and is gravely ill.
A bone marrow recipient,
Fasano joined the effort to


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cancer charities. His family
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Stimulus


Continued from page 1

get assistance for their compa-
nies," said Swindell.
Florida is expected to
receive up to $13.4 billion in
federal stimulus dollars during
the next three budget years.
"The program is so new
that the National SBA is still
working out the program for
loans. There is money out
there. I know the loans are in
$25,000 increments, and the
interest rate is very low," said
Swindell.
WorkForce One Vice
president of Communications
Kelly Allen will discuss ways
for business owners to avoid
lay-offs and "survive the eco-
nomic storm" through access-
ing workforce stimulus fund-
ing. WorkForce One offers
programs for business owners
to train and retrain employees


( This is the meeting where business owners can utilize
strategic partners in Broward County." Ric Green,
Pompano Beach Chamber CEO


and free summer interns.
"The stimulus is just one
piece of the bigger picture,"
said Allen. "The bigger pic-
ture is that WorkForce One
has ongoing services to Bro-
ward County business own-
ers to assist them in getting
through these difficult times.
For example free job posting
services, Employ Florida.
com, free resume screen-
ing services, summer youth
internships, on-site recruit-
ing facilities, professional
placement network and mass
recruitment services."
All services are free.
"All of our services are
free because we are a govern-
ment funded organization,
so we tell our clients they
already paid for our services
through their tax dollars,"


added Allen.
Nancy Rackear, U.S.
Small Business Administra-
tion, or SBA, will discuss
changes in the SBA lending
system and how to get as-
sistance for a business.
Ric Green, Pompano
Beach Chamber of Com-
merce CEO, says he "urges
all business owners to attend
this meeting. The busi-
ness workplace is changing
rapidly," Green said. "This is
the meeting where business
owners can utilize strategic
partners in Broward County."
The workshop is free. To
register visit wwwbroward
alliance.org., click June 6 on
the calendar and follow di-
rections. Or call the Pompano
Beach Chamber of Com-
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North Broward Medical Center

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the following physicians to its medical staff: Dr. Louis Cioci,
Cardiology; Dr. Mohammed El-Sayed, Cardiology; Dr. Keisha
Goodison, Family Medicine; Dr. Sabine Hesse, Otolaryngol-
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Gynecology "We are thrilled to add these highly qualified and
compassionate physicians to our family here at North Broward
Medical Center," said Pauline Grant, CEO.
North Broward Medical Center is located at 201 E. Sample
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Continued from page 1

Belle Marcus talked about
the first time she used the
Beach branch, long before it
was relocated to its present
spot on Pompano Beach.
"I've been visiting Pom-
pano Beach since 1977. When
I first arrived, I saw a sign on
A1A that read 'Library.' It was
in a storefront. When I came
back, I couldn't find it. [The
new library had moved to its
present location]. It's been so
important for us, especially the
reading club. It's devastating,
and I'm sure that's true for


everyone here."
Ada Grossman added
that it would take two buses
to get to the branch on Atlan-
tic Boulevard.
The land where the
library is located is also the
focus of a pending nego-
tiation between the city and
developers for a contract to
build a beach restaurant, a
parking garage, a park and a
community center.
But the developer's plan
for offering library space on
the fifth floor of the parking
garage doesn't sit well with
this group either. They want
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Said Judith Aimone,
"This is a service to seniors.
The beach is losing services.
This library is packed. We
lost the Cleveland Clinic. We
lost our shopping center, our
dentists and our post office.
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the services here. We could


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so proud of that, and I made
little cards, and I would
charge one penny a day. And
as soon as I made 50 cents,
I would run out and buy
another Nancy Drew book,
See DEVINE on page 11


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So far, these library fans
have gathered more than
2,000 signatures to protest the
closing of the Beach library.
They plan to take these peti-
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county commissioners.
Jerry Grossman added that
the library was "very unique.
It's not just for seniors. The
population [on the beach] is
getting younger. We have the
highest density in the city, and
we vote."
"There is a misconcep-
tion of wealth on the beach,"
added Diane Schmidt. "The
library is vital. It offers cama-
raderie, free entertainment like
DVDs to people who live on
fixed incomes."
On Tuesday, beach
residents will find they have
friends who support them in
their quest to keep the Beach
branch library open.
District 1 Commissioner
Barry Dockswell said, "This
is a quality of life issue for
the beach residents whose
quality of life has been under
siege for a number of years. I
strongly support my constitu-
ents, and I will support them
in getting a resolution from
the city commission to urge
the county commission to
keep this branch open."
Mayor Lamar Fisher
agreed. "Our beach residents
have every right to this library,
and I will support a resolution
to keep it open. This library is
a landmark on the beach and
one of the few recreational
services our beach residents
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loss of sand from the borrow
'pit and the constant need for
sand on the north end feeder
beach to nourish beaches to
the south.
"There was pretty much
nothing we could say," said
Clare Schubert, the person
who asked that the commit-
tee be given 30 days to find
an equitable solution to the
erosion problem. "Once the
engineer said, 'if you don't
use it, you'll lose it,' they (the
commission) didn't have a
choice."
The committee, comprised
of two former commissioners,
single family home owners
and owners of new luxury
condos emerged when the
commission talked of paying
for the nourishment from ad
valorum taxes.
Spokesman Shelly Gross
said the group spent 15 hours
in meetings and 100 hours
in research to come up with
a consensus: the north beach
does not need total renourish-
ment, only a fill-in of "hot
spots" where receding sand
jeopardizes real property.
The cost they said was


Devine


Continued from page 10
It was wonderful. I filled my
shelves, and my friends were
reading and it kept me going.
"It developed tremendous
reading habits in me that I
have to this day. I have three
books stacked up next to my
bed right now. They are all
from the beach library. I use
my computer and read the
New York Times Book Review.
I use my computer to let the
library know what books I
want. As soon as they are in,
they notify me. I just walk
over here and pick them up.
"We always have the lat-
est books, and my husband's
a great reader of biographies
and sports books. He reads
about a book every three
days. We're always here."
"We are desolate about
the prospect of this library
closing. I can't imagine living
any place without a library
close by. That's why I'm
here. We are hoping to protest
against closing this library.
We came up with 200 signa-
tures in out building. We're
still talking it up and are hop-
ing that someone will listen.
Maybe we will get a break at
the commission meeting.
As for Nancy Drew mys-
teries, Devine says "They are
still reading them. I see them
on the shelves. It touches my
heart."


$800,000 as opposed to the
$8 million study estimated
last year. In determining a
formula to pay that bill, the
committee calculated both
the square footage and linear
footage of the properties.
Step 2, they said, would be
to develop a long-term strat-
egy to combat beach erosion.
The committee also urged
the commission not to hire a
consultant to vet the assess-
ment method, saying there is
talent enough in the town to
draw a plan that would with-
stand a legal challenge.
Sand for the "hot spots" is
available locally from prop-
erty owned by developer
John Kennelly who offered to
provide material that meets
environmental standards,
truck it and spread it for $10 a


cubic yard.
Former Mayor Chuck Suss-
man said only 10 properties
need sand now. "To dump $8
million there is ridiculous," he
said. "This is a time of fiscal
crisis. You can't put this on
our residents."
The scope of the project
became an issue Tuesday
when commissioners inter-
viewed three companies that
answered the town's request
for a proposal to determine an
assessment methodology. All
three said they were willing
to take the job no matter the
project's size and after what
seemed to be an impasse, the
commission named PMG
Associates its first choice.
Headed by Phil Gonot, the
company had the lowest bid,
$12,300 and is currently doing


work with Broward County
beaches. Gonot's job will be
to find an equitable way to
assess the town's property
owners. "I hope the methodol-
ogy we worked out is some-
thing he can come back to,"
Schubert said.
The town is on track to get
state and federal permits at
the end of the year and could
hook up with Boca Raton
which has scheduled beach
revetment at the same time.
Studt said, "You have spent
considerable money getting
here. You're-in the final stages
of obtaining the permits."
Studt said if the town waited
most of the studies done so far
would have to be redone.
The $8 million could be
pared, he added. Cooperating
with Boca Raton would save


$1 million in staging costs.
Sand prices are coming down
and are being bid currently
at between $6 and $8 a cubic
yard. Additionally FEMA has
$2 million set aside to reim-
burse the town if the project
goes forward. More grant
money may be available to
rebuild the dunes.
Commissioner Celinda
Sawtelle said, "Now, in the
ninth hour, we're talking
about scrapping a project. It's
criminal not to move ahead.
But we should do everything
to decrease the cost." Saw-
telle also supported hiring
the consultant as did Mayor
Carmen McGarry who said,
"What we do needs to be
legal. We should not cancel
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When you grow up in the
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Jeremy Darden, 33, owner
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that.
"When I was a kid in St.
Louis, my dad owned bars,"
he says.
Later when the family
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were New York bars.
And locals are finding out
that this entire heritage in
restaurants and bars has paid
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and Jon Miller enjoying late
afternoon beverages at John
L. Sullivan's highly polished
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It's not just the tasty
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returning, it's the owner,
Jeremy, and the staff who
cater to their requests.
Danielle Ferriti was tending
to Ashley and Jon on this
evening.
Ashley says she admires
the way Jeremy gets involved
in charity events, from local
schools to national events.
John L. Sullivan's offers
a wonderfully relaxing
atmosphere for the person
seeking a transition from

See SULLIVAN's on page 15


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work to home, but it's a spot
where activities such as darts,
live sports on wide screen
televisions, pool and "poker"
games are always stirring up
the pot.
When we departed, we
stopped by a table to witness a
crowd of Texas Hold'em fans.
It was Poker Night at John L.
Sullivan's. Poker fans play for
points and top players get a
chance to compete at the Isle
Casino.
Even with all of these
activities on tap, John L.
Sullivan's still offers plenty of
room for quiet conversation.
It's that big.
On top of that there's an
outdoor bar ensconced with
plants, fans and lots of shade.-
Smokers are welcomed here.
We decided to have our
dinner at Sullivan's since
we love Irish fare. Jeremy
boasted about his Chef Gerry
O'Brien's lamb and beef &
Guinness stews.
Chef O'Brien studied at
culinary schools in Ireland
and comes to Lighthouse
Point with 30 years of
experience.
But Jeremy says the best
seller is the chicken curry, a
menu item that just became
the national dish of England.
And it's winding its way
across the channel to soon
become the favorite of the
Irish.
So while the Irish have a
home at Sullivan's, Jeremy
says the majority of the menu-
items are classic American.
We loved the chicken curry,
a very mild curry sauce served
over chicken and rice.
The corned beef, however,
took the prize from my palate.
This beef recipe is baked
and served with a very light
parsley cream sauce and is
served a generous helping of
vegetables.
And Shepherd Pie lovers
won't be disappointed with
this dish, stocked well with
beef and vegetables.
Choose a Guinness or one
of the 21-beers on tap to savor
these servings.
Thursday, Fridays and
Saturday offer live music
that will appeal to a wide
audience.
John L. Sullivan's has all of
the live baseball and football
games available. And this is
the spot for the South Florida
Celti6 Supporters Club where
members catch soccer games
as they are beamed down
from Scotland.
There's so much at
Sullivan's for everyone.
Jeremy loves to plan parties,
from fund raisers to birthday
bashes. Rehearsal dinners and
wedding banquets get special
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This Chicken Curry is the National Dish of England, and this month, Picky Pelican
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Breakthrough Collaborative.
The purpose of the program
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trajectory of middle school
kids. Sonika not only taught
but she was the department
chair responsible for
supervising and coordinating
fellow math teachers. In the
summer session, she headed
a committee that published a
-yearbook.
In addition, Sonika has been
involved in the Anthropology
Club, Multicultural Club,
Teen Connect, Hugh O'Brian
Youth Leadership Program,
and Deerfield High Bhangra
Team, the latter a dance team
that performs Indian folk
dances for community events
and requires rigorous training
and preparation.
Sonika plans to attend


either Duke University or
Washington University in St.
Louis to study psychology
with a minor in international
relations. Her goal is to better
understand the human mind
and to apply that knowledge to
improve her community and
the world around her.
Inger Knowles The Late
Bloomer Award
Inger is a student who made
a commitment to advance
her education even though
working full time. Inger
received her AA from Broward
Community College in May,
2007, and is now attending
FAU in pursuit of a BS in
exercise science promotion.
Inger has been a resident of
Deerfield Beach for 30 years
and graduated from Deerfield
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Jaleesa Turner The
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Jaleesa has a career in
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will attend University of
Florida to major in criminal
justice. Her goal is to become
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Jaleesa has accumulated over
500 hours of community
service during her high school
years including volunteering
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cheerleading, tutoring and
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Her high academic
achievements and SAT scores
made her eligible for the
National Honor Society. She
uses her academic skills to
tutor students who need help
in a variety of subjects.
As a member of Deerfield
Beach High School Crime
Watch, Jaleesa assists school
security guards to prevent
bullying and fighting. Jaleesa
is also a junior coach for the
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Nathalie Prophete The
Courage Award
Nathalie, selected to receive
.a special courage award,
has had a life that would
give many an excuse for
not performing. She lost her
mother at age 11, became
pregnant at 13 and had a baby
at age 14, but never gave up
her desire to be successful.
Nathalie has overcome her
personal difficulties and will
graduate with her class in
June, 2009.
She plans to attend Miami
Dade Community College
to obtain a degree in funeral
services with the goal of
eventually owning a funeral-
home.
The Kiwanis Club of
Deerfield Beach provides
these scholarships from the
Kiwanis Foundation which for
the past 30 years has had the
contract with the city to place
advertising on bus benches at
public transit sites.
Another major fund raising
event is the sale of Christmas
trees and this money is
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great if you could simply grow a
replacement tooth? After all, when
sharks lose teeth, the ones from the
row behind them move in to take their
places. Scientists doing research on
the matter think that the possibility
for switching on the replacement-
tooth mechanism. The so-called Osr2
gene resides below the top layer of
gum tissue (epithelium) in
mesenchymal tissue, where it
combines efforts with two other genes
to form budding teeth. Manipulating
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but who knows what the future may
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Except in rare cases, gum disease
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between teeth with floss or interdental
cleaners, eating a balanced diet, and
regularly visiting us for professional
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Teachers
Continued from page 3
ing and her ability to do a
good job is why her col-
leagues at McNab Elementary
School in Pompano Beach
chose her as Teacher of the
Year for 2009.
Milinski was one of 18
Teachers of the Year from
Deerfield Beach and Pompano
Beach honored this week at
the Lighthouse Point Yacht
Club.
The event, sponsored by
the Greater Pompano Beach
Chamber of Commerce and
the Pompano Economic
Group, or PEG, is an annual
event to praise the best
teachers in this area.
Keynote Speaker Dr. Ilia
Martin, Everest University,
referred to teachers as the
people who "hold the future in
their hands."
And she noted the work's
not easy.
"Do you know," she asked


the audience, "that the
average teacher works more
hours in the nine-month
school year than the person
who works 9 to 5 for a full
year?"
Steve Wolf, chairman of
the board of the Pompano
Beach Chamber, emceed the
luncheon. Michelle Green,
Bob Mason and Dr. Martin
assisted in presenting teacher
awards.
Also present was Dr.
Bob Parks, Broward County
School Board member.
"We believe that all teach-
ers are Teachers of the Year,"
said Parks. "But these are the
teachers who were chosen by
their peers as a teacher who
goes above and beyond the
normal expectations of what
they do for the students," said
Parks.
Those honored were: Clar-
ence Fleming, Blanche Ely
High School; Geneva Henry,
Charles Drew Elementary;
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First Church of Nazarene to host
evening Vacation Bible School
The Boomerang Express will travel 'Down Under' this sum-
mer from 6:30 to 9 p.m.from June 15 to 19 at the First Church
of the Nazarene, 916 NE 4 St, Pompano Beach for children
ages 4 through sixth grade.
Daily Bible study will help kids discover how to have a
relationship with Jesus. By the end of the week, they will have
learned what it means to live through Him.
In this one-week adventure, children will hear Bible sto-
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G'Day Caf6 and play games at Recreation Rock. 954-942-6010
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Daily Minyan at 8:45 a.m.
Friday Evening Services at 8:00 p.m.
Shabbat morning Services at 9:30 a.m.
132 SE 11th Ave., Pompano Beach
(954)- 942-6410
www.templesholomflorida.org
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
954-942-3533


CHRIST CHURCH
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of Fort N Lauderdale
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Services & RE classes Sunday at 1 l:00am
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Whether you are a seasoned Christian or a curious observer with
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JOIN US AT 10AM ON SUNDAY

POMPANO LUTHERAN CHURCH
109 SE 10th Ave., Pompano Beach, FL 33060
954-942-1216 www.PompanoChurch.com


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Thrift Shop Hours: Thurs. 10-2pm
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Children's Programs 10:30 am
Adult Ed 9:30
Thursday:
Eucharist & Healing Service 10 am
Followed By Bible Study


1111 E. Sample Rd., Pompano Beach, FL 33064 954-942-5887


St. Philip
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465 N.W 15th St. Pompano Beach
954-785-2437
Rev. Dr. John Nganga
Holy Eucharist & Bible Study
7 p.m. Wednesday
Holy Eucharist Sundays 9a.m.

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& Clubhouses. 55+. $127,900.
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Double Driveway. Beautiful
Landscaping. Screened
Porch. Large Family Room.
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& Storage. New Cabinets
& Roof. $159,900. 954-545-
9713.

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To Beach. $195,000. Call
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Deerfield 1/1. New Carpet,
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Fixtures. Extra Clean.
$29,900.561-271-4761.

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By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
When Waterford residents,
woke up one day in 2007 and
found the median on SW 10
Street had been stripped of its
trees, they went to Deerfield
City Hall for an explana-
tion. When they got no good
response, they decided they
needed to monitor local gov-
ernment.
Their current concern is the
west well field expansion, a
$5.5 million project which
involves digging three water
wells and. installing conduits
to the water,plant. With the
expectation it will take con-
tractor Downright Engineer-
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the job, people are concerned


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about their property values.
Said Waterford Homeown-
ers Association president
Joan Maurice. "We want to
make sure there is no noise
and other nonsense. We un-
derstandlwe need water and
we are not fighting that idea,
although we would prefer it
be. somewhere else." .
The new wells will .be
locatedl. on the south side of
SW 1' Street between.$SW
24 and 28 avenues. Sev-
eral homes back up to the
construction site and will be
most severely impacted by
it, Maurice said.
The site was chosen be-
cause the city owns the land,
Asst. Public Works Director
Carl Peter said. Two out-
laying parcels were platted


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by Waterford developers, later
abandoned and ended up as
city property. A linear park is
on part of the parcel and what
is not used for the wells will be
added to the park.
The surprise tree removal
was followed by a Waterford
berm being stripped of its
.vegetation and left unsodded
,for months creating dust storms
,and prompting resident Susan
Goldstein to tell commissioners
in 2007 that she was "appalled
at the way things are being
done. Think before you do," she
pleaded.
The relationship between Wa-
terford homeowners and City
Hall has improved since then.
Maurice said Water Plant Su-
perintendent Wayne Miller and
City Manager Mike Mahaney
have met with the residents
several times to discuss the new
well fields. Their input on the
color of the generator building
and its landscaping has been
sought and Maurice said Miller
"has been wonderful to us. This
was potentially a bad situation
which dragged out a year and a
half. Now it seems to be mov-
ing along favorably."
Work on the well fields
will begin July 6. The project
lost six months in 2008 when
former commissioner Steve
Gonot questioned a consultant's
forecast that water rates would
have to increase substantially.
The discussion held up the
See WELL FIELD on page 23


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The Pelican 23


Healthy attitudes


Taking a break from their Lighthouse Point Senior Education and Activities
program are Pearl James, Jackie Morser, Laveme Caccavallo, Helen Strong,
Jana Domnick, Angela Steffen, Olive Pitt, Jo Baldanza, Tina Furey, Barbara
Dicillo, Mary Anne Sonsnow, Kay Turner, Emily Dudziak, Bill Dudziak, Sarah.
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Well Field


Continued from page 22
city's attempt to float bonds to
finance the project.
Being dug are three well,
one, a 1,200 shaft that will
reach into the Floridian
Aquifer, the others are 200-
foot wells to the Biscayne
Aquifer. The city's well fields
on the east side of town are
monitored consistently for salt
water intrusion Peter said. The
expansion on 10th Street will
allow these wells to rest.
Reconciled to living with
the well diggers for a year,
Maurice said, "We are will-
ing to bite the bullet. We just
didn't want to swallow a
machine gun."

Lauderdale-
By-The-
Sea to host
Hurricane
Breakfast
On June 17 at 8 a.m. at
Jarvis Hall, 4501 Ocean
Drive, the Lauderdale-By-
The-Sea Chamber will host
breakfast featuring Craig
Setzer, WFOR/CBS-4 Meteo-
rologist and BSO Chief Scott
Gooding.
Hurricane items will be on
display. A continental break-
fast courtesy of LBTS Cham-
ber and Diner by the Sea will
be served. Registration takes
place at 7:30 a.m. Reserva-
tions should be made by call-
ing 954-776-1000. Cost is $5.


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Deerfield Beach Chamber members set pace
for business owners and Spring Fling
By Judy Wilson is $150. Others pay $195, but
PELICAN WRITER there's a special deal for those
who become Chamber mem-
A business builder bers in June. For details, call
Here's a stimulus opportu- Michelle Becker, 954-427-
nitv for local business people. 1050.


The Deerfield Beach Chamber
of Commerce is staging a table
top show Thursday, June 25,
5-9 p.m. at the Deerfield Beach
Hilton, 150 Fairway Drive.
There is space for 100 exhibi-
tors and admission is free. The


See CHAMBER on page 24


Chamber supporters, Ron Tower and
Joan Gould.
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Chamber
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Dinner at the Federal
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The Chamber is planning a
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full, sit-down dinner, live en-
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Cost is $100 a couple; $55 a
person. The attire is casual. To


Retired firefighterJimMathie, andJose Chamber members and friends got
Garcas, manager of TD Bank. together last week at the Deerfield
reserve, call Michelle Becker, Beach Hilton for a networking happy
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The new piano/lounge at Pellegrino's Restaurante was celebrated recently when the Deerfield Beach Chamber of Com-
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the piano music of Ivan Borak. The addition to the restaurant in Palm Plaza includes a spacious lounge lit by a fireplace,
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