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-By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
"We have nothing," was the news
from the Pompano Beach Recreation
''Department as of Thursday, June 17
regarding the city's firework display at
ii the beach for July 4.
S ,. The fireworks have traditionally


See FIREWORKS on page 11


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TOUGH TIMES CALL FOR SWEET MEASURES This group of young entrepreneurs registered a profit this month with sales of
lemonade. Thirsty Lighthouse Point customers lined up for the sweet drinks sold by Allie Esposito, Lindsay Selbach, Tony Selback and
Anthony Esposito. [Photo by Dan Marquette]


Public gets a

glimpse of Dixie

Flyover plans
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Dixie Highway's missing link the
one mile section at Hillsboro Boule-
vard spanning the Hillsboro Canal is
coming off the drawing board after
three decades of FDOT planning.
Thanks to $40 million in stimulus
funding, the project to four-lane the
highway and build a bridge over the
canal and FEC railroad track, is set
to begin in January 2010, two years
ahead of the most recent schedule.
Three teams are competing for the
contract to be awarded in September.
They are the DeMoya Group, BCC
Engineering/New Millenium; Cone
& Graham, Kimley-Horn and Assoc;
Southland Construction, DRMP.
The new road and flyover will
bypass one of Deerfield's most confus-
ing intersections where NE 2 Street,
Dixie Highway, NE 2 Avenue and NE
1 Avenue converge near the railroad
track. The 2,000-foot-long span will
be 23 feet above the track, its highest
point, and begin its ascent just north of
Hillsboro Boulevard.

See DIXIE on page 3


Pompano Beach, CRA firm

close to final agreement

New firm will act as director for both CRA projects

By Anne Siren CRA, and he hopes that contract is
PELICAN STAFF signed and sealed as soon as possible.
"I was part of the selection com-
Ten years ago when Pompano mittee," said Rogerson. "I rated them
Beach took its first steps toward a number one in the beginning, and I
beach redevelopment project, or the rated them number one after the top
East CRA, all eyes were on Delray five selected firms gave their oral pre-
Beach. sentations. I was solid with them. I
Delray's success was what thought they were the team we needed
Pompano Beach wanted. Community to get things done."
leaders even leased a bus to travel Commissioner Barry Dockswell
north to the city that once had little echoes that sentiment. "It's wonder-
going for it but now was a bustling ful. They are bringing in a wealth of
artsy community boasting top-rated knowledge and experience that will get
restaurants, 4-star entertainment and this CRA moving in high gear. They
live music up and down its main
street, Atlantic Avenue. See CRA
Part of that success was attrib-
uted to its CRA director, Christopher
Brown, and that led Pompano Beach REDUCE YOUR HOME
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Fire stations, BSO
contract on the table

By Judy Wilson


PELICAN WRITER
Dealing with the fire department's
"wish list" was the hot topic for the
Deerfield Beach City Commission this
week. On the agenda, was a request
for $1 million in matching funds for
a grant to rebuild the fire station on
Powerline Road, $94,000 in additional
construction at the Mitigation Opera-
tion Center, or MOC, matching funds
for safety equipment and a contract
with BSO to assume local 911 dispatch
operations.
A special meeting will be held
Tuesday, June 23, 7 p.m. to address the
issues.
Approved Tuesday, after a 90-min-
ute discussion, was the city manager's
recommendation that the annual fire
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CRA
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can create a financial plan that
will support what we want to
do."
Over the years, the East
CRA has collected over $5.5
million in tax increment
funds finance method for
redevelopment that reallocates
aopr;fin of the taxes back to
the redevelopment area.
In addition, the city has
not yet tapped $4.1 million
from Broward County for an
interest-free loan. That loan
was promised when Pompano


Beach agreed to allow the
county to build a jail in the
city for Broward Sheriff's
Office.
Dockswell says that if
those funds were added to the
$5.5 million, the CRA could
float a bond for at least $5
million, giving the CRA up
to $15 million to start work-
ing on projects like the beach
plans, the Atlantic Boulevard
corridor and other areas of
planned redevelopment.
Brown says he and
Briesemeister are "excited
about Pompano Beach. It has
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Brown adds that the CRA
has moved at a good pace in
areas that the public doesn't
see including the purchase of
land. [The West CRA now
owns $20 million of property.]
RMA will direct both of
the city's CRAs.
"Kim and I see this land,
and we see projects like resi-
dential development, mixed
use, commercial and institu-
tional projects. But the impor-
tant thing is that all of these
projects have to work together
so people can live there."
Brown and Briesemeister
have directed CRAs in four
cities.
"I was CRA director in
Delray Beach from 1991 to
2000. Delray was a lot like
Pompano Beach. Delray had
very little going for itself.
Fifty percent of stores were
vacant. In nine years we filled
up the stores, figured out
how to park the consumers
and created an entertainment
district that attracted about 24
restaurants," Brown added.
But that success came
after zoning laws were
changed to accommodate
development. Brown explains
that most zoning laws were
suburban and did not work for
urban redevelopment where
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can walk to work, restau-
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ing the car at home.
Asked if all those
changes paid off, Brown
said, "Yes. Delray Beach is a
money machine for mer-
chants and for the city."
He adds that RMA's job
is to get developers down
here and "attract more busi-
ness on the beach and along
Atlantic Boulevard."
One piece of redevelop-
ment on Atlantic Boulevard
will be visible to the public
by the end of the summer,
according to Rogerson who
referred to the Atlantic Bou-
levard Bridge.
"The state is going to
repair and widen pedestrian
areas, dress up the tender
house and incorporate the
Old Maritime theme. We
also have approvals for the
eastern portion of the Bou-
levard from AIA to Briney
Avenue," he said.
Those plans, part of the
CRA master plan, call for
cutting out two lanes on both
sides of the median from
AIA to the beach [Briney
Avenue], widening the
sidewalks for more outdoor
dining and adding landscap-
ing and lighting that will
also reflect the Old Maritime
theme.


"RMA wants to pick up
right where we are," says
Rogerson. "I just wish the
city would get the contract
signed. We're ready to run."
At press time, Acting City
Manager Phyllis Korab said
they were very close to sign-
ing the contract.
The contract includes an
annual payment of $297,500
to RMA and an additional
$40,000 for other expenses
that will include consultants,
real estate analyses, grants
writer and other specialists.
The five-year contract has
two three-year renewal op-
tions. Funding for RMA will
be from CRA funds.
The next CRA advisory
board meeting is set for July
2 at the Emma Lou Olson
Civic Center, 1801 NE 6 St.,
Pompano Beach.


Blood Drive
The American Legion
#142, Pompano Beach will
hold a blood drive June 20 to
benefit the Community Blood
Centers of South Florida.
All donors will receive a
special gift or free hamburgers
and hot dogs. The drive will
take place from 11 a.m. to 5
p.m. at the American Legion
Hall, 171 SW 2 St., Pompano
Beach. Call 954-942-2448.


Kayaking

cancer event
The annual Kayak Against
Cancer race will be held Sat-
urday, June 20, 8 a.m. to noon.
Registration for the 12-mile
paddle is at South Beach Park,
Fort Lauderdale, beginning at
6:30 a.m. Paddlers are expect-
ed to donate at least $35 to the
American Cancer Society.
Following the paddle, a
party will be held at Bahia
Cabana, 3001 Harbor Beach
Drive beginning at 1 p.m.
Persons interested in walking
the route are also welcome.
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Day, June 20 at McNair Cen-
ter Park, 951 NW 27 Ave.,
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Youth will have a chance
to play flag football with
Carter and other NFL players
or join in on a three-on-three
basketball game.
Participants at the event
will receive free tee shirts
and food. An autograph ses-
sion, free rides and games
are also part of the Fun Day
Event.
Other players expected
for the day are Al Harris,
Brian McFadden, Daunte
Culpepper, Abram Elam,
Joey Porter and former play-
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munity where he grew up and
went to school.
Carter also sponsors
other programs, including
Thanksgiving and Christmas
events. For more informa-
tion on the event, call 954-
974-7394.


Dixie
Continued from page 1
Nick Novello, with the
design firm PBS&J, said at a
public meeting Monday, the
flyover will be very similar
to the new Andrews Avenue
Extension Bridge in Pompano
Beach.
Audience members ques-
tioned whether or not vehicles
would back up on the over-
pass at Hillsboro Boulevard
and Dixie, an intersection that
now accommodates nearly
19,000 vehicles a day. By the
time the road opens in 2012,
the vehicle count is projected
at 24,700 and in the Depart-
ment of Transportation's
20-year plan, will be 41,200
a day.
Novello said the traffic flow
should be better than it is to-
day because of the additional
lanes.
The flyover is expected to
boost the area's economy by
providing 1,200 new jobs and
allotting 8.1 percent of the
total contract to small busi-
nesses. Businesses vying for
contracts will have to be certi-
fied DOT vendors.
Business owners and
residents in the area of the
construction questioned the
noise, dust and dirt the project
will produce. Some were con-
cerned that the new roadway
will cut off access to their


locations.
Novello said final plans
for the flyover and adjacent
ramps and roads have not
been fully analyzed. He point-
ed out that pilings in the Hill-
sboro Canal will be removed,
opening up the waterway for
boat traffic. Adjacent Pioneer
Park has one of two free boat
ramps in the area.


Milestone
Rep. Gwyn Clarke- Reed,
a freshman in the Florida
House, had her first piece
of legislation signed by the
governor on Tuesday. Clarke-
Reed's bill, HB 805, requires
persons seeking a name
change to attach two sets of
fingerprints to the petition.
The prints are then submit-
ted for a criminal history
check. The bill is intended to
prevent ID theft, Clarke-Reed
said.
Exceptions to the rule are
persons restoring a former
name or involved in a divorce
or adoption.
Clarke-Reed's major piece
of legislation, HB 807, directs
agencies to study the effec-
tiveness of the Kid-Care pro-
gram's outreach. It is expected
to be signed this week.
Clarke-Reed [Dist. 92]
maintains her legislative of-
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Library

garden club

open to

children
The Pompano Beach Li-
brary Garden Club for chil-
dren ages 7 and up, including
adults, will launch its first
meeting on June 23 from
10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the
library, 1213 E. Atlantic Blvd.
The meeting will focus on
the Everglade tomato and an
introduction to planting. Each
participant will receive a free
plant.
Young gardeners will learn
about herbs at the June 27
meeting. Call 954-786-2181.



Blue Grass

& Gospel

program
Sister Nell and the Tri-
umphants will appear at the
Scene center, 2480 Martin Lu-
ther King Boulevard, June 27
at 7 p.m. for a benefit concert.
The Scene Center pro-
vides seminars, workshops
and spiritual programs to help
people improve their lives.
For more information on the
concert or the Center, call
954-804-7617.



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about people
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making a dif-
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Call 954-783-8700 to
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column.


Homeless Veterans, Veterans in need and families invited

to Stand Down BBQ on June 27 for food, fun and services


The Coalition to end Homelessness at 5975 W. Sunrise-Blvd. is sending out an S.O.S. to the public throughout Broward County, saying: We need you to help us
help the homeless.


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Homeless Veterans, Veter-
ans in need and their families
are invited to the Stand Down
BBQ on June 27 for food, fun
and services.
The BBQ will take place
at Central Broward Regional
Park, Shelter 8, 3700 NW 11
Place, Lauderhill, on Sunrise
Boulevard west of the Swap
Shop and is sponsored by the
Coalition to end Homeless-
ness, the Veteran's Support
Organization and the Veter-
an's New Life Haven.
From 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.
there will be food, entertain-
ment by the Insta-Gators and
activities for the children
including a playground and
bounce house.


Homeless Veterans and
Veterans in need are encour-
age to take advantage of the
many services that will be on
hand including medical, den-
tal, mental health, substance
abuse, Veteran's benefit
counselors, VA residential
treatment and housing, food
and clothing distribution, and
referrals to available commu-
nity services.
Veterans will be picked up
and dropped off at the Main
Bus Terminal, 101 NW First
Ave., Fort Lauderdale., Holi-
day Park at 1300 S. Sunrise,
Fort Lauderdale, Our Father's
Soup Kitchen, 2380 Ham-
mondville Rd., Pompano and
Under The Tree at Hammond-
ville and Dixie in Pompano.
You can help
Be a sponsor or purchase


raffle tickets to win a 19' color
TV or an Apple iPod.
The agency welcomes spon-
sors and donations for this
event. Call Margaret or Gerald
at 954-792-4000.
Fund Raiser Garage
Sale July 11
The Coalition to end Home-
lessness at 5975 W. Sunrise
Blvd. is sending out an S.O.S.
to the public throughout
Broward County, saying: We
need you to help us help the
homeless.
Bring your clutter; donate
your good stuff to our offices
anytime before Friday, July 10
at 4 p.m. and on July 11 show
up to shop. Remember, one
man's trash is another man's
treasure.
Coalition flyers read: The
more we receive, the more


money we can raise for this
very worthy cause. We take
costume and real jewelry,
CDs, DVDs, working comput-
ers, televisions, electronics,
books, crafts, appliances,
dishes, furniture, towels and
bedding, pictures, artwork,
anything that can fit in a box.
All donations are tax
deductible for the value you
assign to the donation.
For pick up or more infor-
mation, call 954-792-4000.
Coalition to End
Homelessness
Laura Hansen, CEO of
this agency explains how it
all began. In 1989, a group
of volunteers from this area
founded Coalition to end

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Veterans
Continued from page 4
Homelessness because they
saw the need to coordinate
activities available.
Their mission was and is to
end homelessness by chang-
ing lives.
"We are funded by local,
state and federal grants and
donations from the private
sector which are crucial as
funding from government
agencies is drying up. We are
located at 5975 W. Sunrise
Blvd. and we have a satellite
office downtown.
Our small staff and a large
number of volunteers provide
the following services to the
homeless: Community Based
Shelter Programs. This criti-
cal program allows families
to find shelter when other


shelters are full, which occurs
daily in these troubled times.
Road to prosperity provides
organization and financial
education. Free storage is
available for individuals and
families without shelter.
The Community Voice Mail
Program provides homeless
and phone-less people with
a way to receive messages
about jobs, health care, etc.
Arts and Culture offers an
annual art show featuring art
created by homeless men,
women and children.
Community
Education
Empowerment training
teaches self advocating.
Advocacy for homeless
and low-income people at the
Coalition raises awareness
of the needs of this group
through contact with state and


national officials and commu-
nity leaders. The transporta-
tion program provides free
bus passes to homeless people
for access to job interviews,
social services and other nec-
essary appointments.
Research and Evaluation
to locates and publicizes the
gaps in available care.
Hosts Congregations
The following area churches
offer community based shelter
programs: First Presbyterian
of Pompano, Jesus Supernatu-
ral Church of Deliverance,
Pompano; St. Gabriel Catho-
lic Church, Pompano and
Christian Love Fellowship
Ministries in Deerfield Beach.
For more information, or to
make a donation, visit www.
help4homeless.org or call
954-792-4000.


Fourth grader builds a village in Haiti

Now she's working to keep the community growing


SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Rachel Wheeler, Zion
Lutheran Christian School 4th
grader, was recently presented
with a "Beggar for the Poor"
statue from Food for the Poor
in honor of her help to raise
money for the poor of Haiti.
Rachel's work led to
enough money to build 13
homes in Haiti at the cost of
$2,600 per home. Her goal
was to build a whole com-
munity which requires a
minimum of .13 homes, and
she did it.


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ESTABLISHED 1993
Volume XV, Issue 25
Founding Editor and Publisher
Anne Hanby Siren
Graphics: Rachel Ramirez Windsheimer
Bookkeeper: John White
Vice President: Christopher Siren
Pelican Staff: Michael d'Oliveira
Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Neuberger, Lorraine Andy,
Judy Wilson, Malcolm McClintock
Norbert Izworski, Donna Torrey, Judy Vik
Copy editors Phyllis J. Neuberger, Janel Rowe
Account Executives: Paul Shroads, Marianne Miccoli, Carolyn Mann
Special Office Assistant: Cathy Siren
The Pompano Pelican is published weekly on Fridays
Street Address: 1500-A E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach, FL 33060
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per year including tax for others in the United States; call 954-783-8700 for rates
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Lauderdale-By-The-Sea plans July

4 celebration with all-day activities

Lauderdale-By-The-Sea has a full day of family activities for its Fourth of
July Beach Blast Celebration.
The event of the year starts at 10 a.m. with the LBTS annual July 4th
parade, which begins on Bougainvilla Drive directly behind Town Hall, 4501
ocean drive.
The parade heads north to Pine Avenue, east to El Mar Drive, south down
El Mar, west on Palm Avenue and then north on Bougainvilla back to Town
Hall.
The day ends at 8:30 p.m. with a fireworks show shot off the beach in front
of El Prado Beachfront Park on El Mar Drive (a half-mile north of Commercial
Boulevard).
There are also plenty of games and activities for children, including a patri-
otic bike decorating contest, water slides, dunk tank and climbing wall.
There will be great food, drinks, live music and a professional classic car
show! The Town is again sponsoring a raffle to offset the cost of the fireworks.
Tickets are available at Town Hall and at the event. This year's top prize is a
Sanyo 42-inch 1080P LCD TV.
Except for the parade and fireworks, all activities are from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
at El Prado Park.
There is free town-wide parking on July Fourth in Town in any legal park-
ing space, as well along the inside lane of El Mar Drive.
For more information, contact event coordinator Marc Furth at 954-772-
3336, ext. 0.


Broward Sierra Club to focus on

whale sanctuary
The Sierra Club will meet July 1 at the Anne Kolb Nature Center in Holly-
wood at 7:30 p.m.
Pedro Monteiro will discuss the actions of Sea Shepherd Conservation
Society in the Antarctic Whale Sanctuary, which are designed to put an end to
whale poaching by the Japanese whaling fleet. These ongoing actions have been
brought to the public eye by the documentary TV series "Whale Wars," which
airs on Friday evenings at 9pm on Animal Planet. Pedro is a former Sierra Club
Florida Chapter leader, and is a veteran of many Sea Shepherd expeditions to put
an end to illegal fishing on the high seas.
The event is free and open to the public. Call Barbara Curtis at 954-946-
7359.


Call The Pelican with your news or meeting or event infor-
mation. We cover your community.
954-783-8700


Good Stuff garage sale to aid

homeless needs donations by July 10
In this difficult economy donations are down, but the number of homeless
people needing assistance is increasing. Because people don't have as much
money to donate the Coalition to End Homelessness is asking the community to
donate "good stuff." For the donor, this is a good time to clean out a closet to
help a good cause. Boxed items may be delivered to 5975 West Sunrise Bou-
levard, Suite 118, Sunrise. For more information call the Coalition at 954-792-

FAU to host theater, carnival, fireworks

at its Fabulous 4th celebration
In collaboration with the City of Boca Raton, Florida Atlantic University
will host a "Fabulous 4th" celebration on Saturday, July 4. The festivities will
start at 4 p.m. with a special staging of Stephen Sondheim's musical, Company.
This will be followed at 6 p.m. with various family activities and games at the
Carnival Midway. At 6:30 p.m., the stage show Red, White & Blue Spectacular
will be presented by ZMC Entertainment.
At 7:30 p.m., the Florida Wind Symphony, under the direction of Dr. Kyle
Prescott, will present a patriotic, hand-clapping musical tribute.
Fireworks will begin at 9 p.m.
Company, which is presented by the department of theatre and dance in
FAU's Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, will take place in FAU's
University Theatre. Tickets for the play are $15.
Admission to other events is free. There will be food vendors on site. All
parking is free, and there will be directions to parking areas from the Glades
Road entrances to campus. FAU's Boca Raton campus is located at 777 Glades
Road, 1 mile east of 1-95. Call 561- 393-7806, selection #2 or 561- 393-7827.



Understanding Property Tax
Dear Lori,
I'm a first time home buyer, and I can't seem to get a straight answer on
how property taxes work. The houseI'm buying has current taxes due of
$8,400. When I use your online calculator, my purchase price with the Home-
stead Exemption calculates to $3,951. How long would I pay taxes of $8,400
and when would the new tax rate start?
Amanda

As a new home buyer you will inherit the seller's current status for the
2009 tax year. When buying property, you should look on our website, www.
bcpa.net, to determine.if the current year's values have posted. If they have not
posted, you can e-mail me for an estimate of your property taxes. The Property
Appraiser does not levy or collect taxes; we cannot give guidance as to whether
-the property tax rate in your area will go up or down in the next year until the
taxing authorities, Broward County Commission, Broward County School
Board, South Florida Water District or City Commission, give us the new rates
and special assessment fees around August 5, 2009. At your closing, the seller
will give you a deduct for the seller's pro-rata share of the current year's taxes.
You will be responsible for the entire bill in November 2009.
For estimating purposes, take the taxable assessed value, deduct any current
year exemptions and multiply it by 2 percent. Then, look at last year's TRIM
Notice and add back on any non-ad valorem fees for drainage, fire, garbage, etc.
The estimation is based upon the average Millage Rate of 20 mills or 2 percent.
You may also use our online tax calculator found at www.bcpa.net for new
home purchases only. New home buyers can simply click on the Home Buyers
Tax Estimator and follow the easy instructions. Please remember the calculator
is only'an estimate based upon the mileage rates of 2008 until after August 15
when the 2009 rates will apply. Also, this estimate does not include any non-ad
valorem fees which the city or local taxing districts may charge. In many areas
there are some pricey fees so be sure to check the previous TRIM, or proposed
tax, notice and add those to the tax estimate. These fees typically range from
$150 to $500 or higher. Your property taxes for the following year will be based
upon your new assessment approximately 85% of your purchase price less any
exemptions you apply for and are granted, and the new 2010 tax rates plus any
non-ad valorem fees.
Should you have any question, please contact our office at 954- 357-6830.
Sincerely,
Lori Parrish, CFA
If you have a question for Lori, please email her at lori@bcpa.net


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Business


Prepare your

grill for

Hurricane

season

COURTESY OF CULINARY
CONCEPTS, POMPANO BEACH
When a hurricane hits your
neighborhood, your gill is an
essential tool to have. Many
areas will lose power so the
grill becomes
your kitchen.
Almost anything
can be cooked on
a grill. Steaks,
sausage, fish and
poultry are the obvious meals,
however, by placing a pot on
the grill you can cook soups,
canned vegetables, spaghetti,
macaroni and cheese, etc.
The possibilities are endless.
Long before the hurricane
approaches it is important to
check your grill to ensure it is
in working order. Check ig-
niters, cooking grids, burners
and propane tanks. We rec-
ommend having an extra full
tank to use should the power
outage last a long time.
If your grill is on a cart,
disconnect your propane tank
and store the tanks in a well
ventilated secured area out-
side. Store your grill indoors
or in a carport. If your grill is
built in, cover your grill and
secure the cover with ropes
or bungee cords to stop the
winds from lifting the grill
out of your enclosure.
Culinary Concepts, 540
S. Federal Hwy. Pompano
Beach 954-781-5163.

Bingo games
The American Legion Aux-
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St., Pompano Beach, will host
Bingo games on Tuesdays at
7 p.m. Call 954-942-2448.
Get the Word out!
Call The Pelican to advertise.
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Certified NAET practitioner offers non-invasive

relief from anxiety, ADHD, Migraines and more


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Anne Silva, registered
nurse, is her own best ad for
natural healing.
An allergy specialist and the
owner of her own business,
Health From Inside Out, Silva
has an office in suite 115 at
950 N. Federal Hwy.
She smiles as she talks
about her personal experi-
ence with traditional Western
medicine, followed by addi-
tional training and education
in acupuncture and NAET, a
natural healing technique.
"I've been an RN and
PCCN, or progressive-care
certified nurse, for 10 years,"
she says.
"While working as a car-
diac nurse at North Broward
Medical Center, I suffered
from a very painful herniated
disc. The orthopedic doctors
recommended surgery. My
aunt in California, who is also
a nurse, suggested that I try
acupuncture before having
surgery. I took her advice
and had treatments for three
months, after which I felt
perfect without surgery. I
returned to work convinced
that acupuncture had great
value and began to take the
four-year course at Atlantic
Institute of Oriental Medicine
in Fort Lauderdale. I will
graduate in August as an Acu-
puncture Physician."
While attending the Orien-
tal Institute she heard about
NAET, an innovative, natu-
ral solution for diagnosing
allergies and treating allergy
related conditions.
She flew to California and
was so fascinated by NAET
that she took special train-
ing to become a Certified
NAET Practitioner. She says,
"Researcher and developer of
NAET, Devi S.Nambudripad,
M.D., Ph.D., continues her


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Anne Silva [Above], RN, and certified NAET practitioner, explains to a patient how she tests for allergies by using
Kinesiology which is muscular analysis. She treats the problem by using an non-invasive acupressure device at specific
locations. [Photo by Phyllis J. Neuberger]


research and has NAET
practitioners return every few
months for continuing educa-
tion, which I do."
Silva goes on to say, "I
personally believe that natural
healing is often more effec-
tive than traditional treat-
ments. However, I don't
encourage my patients to stop
traditional treatments. I feel
I offer an additional ben-
efit that can and has helped
patients reduce and gradually
eliminate medications under
their doctor's supervision."
Her treatments are non-in-
vasive, drug free techniques,
which detect allergies, and
she adds that these treatments
have helped relieved some
symptoms of anxiety, ADHD,
and an almost endless list of
ailments.
"My first step is to test the
patient for allergies by using
kinesiology which is muscu-
lar analysis," she explains.
"This helps me determine
what the allergies are. Mos-


people do not know that they
have allergies, nor what they
are. They only know they have
symptoms. I treat the specific
problem, once discovered, by
using an acupressure device at
specific locations on the body.
I do a free consultation and
treatment to help new patients
understand how this works. I
am totally sold on what I do
and its benefits because of my
own positive experience and
by seeing the success I have
had with my patients."
Patients come to her often
as a last resort. They usually
have tried everything in West-
ern medicine without relief so
Silva confidentially faces quite
a challenge when a new client
walks in feeling hopeless about
getting relief.
Barbara Hackbar was both-
ered with migraines, chronic
fatigue syndrome and fibromy-
algia.
After a series of NAET treat-
ments, she has experienced
great relief, saying, "I was al-


lergic to much more than I re-
alized and was incapacitated
by my symptoms. I couldn't
work or do most anything,
and now I am living a normal
life, working and feeling like
a human being again."
Annie Parlant was plagued
with lime disease. She says,
"It took my medical doc-
tor nine months to diagnose
what I had and then nothing
he suggested relieved my
symptoms. Anne diagnosed
me rapidly and in four or five
treatments, I was cured. My
doctor was amazed when
he did my blood tests and
they showed no sign of the
disease. I also had suffered
ongoing stomach problems
for years. Turns out I was al-
lergic to my breakfast cereal
which I ate every morning. I
am now completely free of
my stomach pain."
Silva says, "You can see
why I'm so enthusiastic about


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Pompano Beach teacher begins writing career with Why Can't I Catch Up?


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF

Julia Simeton, a Pompano
Beach resident, has taught
school for 24 years.
Today she teaches special
classes for students with
special needs at Deerfield
Park Elementary School. In
her classes, she sees children
struggling. In her class, she
team-teaches with Michelle
Mikolajczyk. Together they
assist students to overcome
learning disabilities so they
can move forward with state
curriculum.
On June 11, 2007, Simeton
attended a Broward County
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The story focuses on an
eighth-grader who has repeat-
ed classes, causes problems
and is unhappy with school
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Simeton was born in Belle
Glade and grew up in Pom-
pano Beach, attending Charles
Drew, Margate Middle and
graduated from Coral Springs
High School. She graduated
from Bethune-Cookman Col-
lege, Daytona Beach with a
degree in exceptional child-
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"I always had a dream that
I wanted to write, but I was
always overwhelmed with
things happening around me.
This book is an accomplish-
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never see," said Simeton.
Simeton has two books in
progress, The Town that Santa
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Pompano Beach Bengal girls are back to back Champions
By Beth Heuser-Aseere team compared to the other the water they said, 'We are
PELICAN WRITER teams having 16 to 19 female not going to lose here today
swimmers. coach. We are going to win .... .


Pompano Beach Middle
School Bengal Girls Swim
Team won their second Re-
gional middle School champi-
onship on Wednesday, June 2,
beating five competing South
Florida middle school teams
at the Swimming Hall of
Fame in Fort Lauderdale.
The Bengals were con-
sidered the underdog due to
having only eight girls on the


Taylor Aseere and Breanna
Dumas won first place for all
of their events.
Sean Myer, Bengals swim
coach said, "Every year these
girls cease to amaze me. We
went into this season as an
underdog and the girls were
considered beaten in every
event according to the times
provided by the meet direc-
tor. But when the girls got in


and we are going to show
this county that we are win-
ners and last year was not a
fluke.'"
I couldn't be anymore
proud of them! The boys
showed improvement with
everything they gave and
even though they didn't win,
they won in my eyes and no
one could tell me otherwise."
Stephanie Catsicas, Bengals


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Lighthouse Point Yacht

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event as if it was their own.
Lighthouse Point Yacht and Racquet Club's banquet center and meeting facilities are the area's first and favorite
choice for groups large or small. They excel at guest service and expert planning advice and coordination, and their
experienced banquet professionals are pleased to assist with any special arrangements for meeting and conferences.
They specialize in elegant wedding receptions and will coordinate with your florist, bakery and music provider to make
your wedding the day of your dreams.
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meet those specialized needs. Their caring staff and a fun environment makes their office a special place. They strive
to build a trusting relationship between the child and dentist by explaining all procedures to your child and making
them feel relaxed and informed. Isn't it time you let your child know about good dental habits, which will give them
a lifetime of strong, healthy teeth?
The authors of this 2009 Summer Edition Local Business Update suggest that you call South Florida Dentistry
for Children & Orthodontics, PA today at (954) 781-1855. They take great pride in consistently striving to
exceed the "standard of care" for pediatric dentistry, today and tomorrow. Visit their website at www.sldco.,
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Aseere and Victoria Portela


swim coach added, "These
are the most amazing girls,
it is great that they can win
back to back championships
and end the season on such a
high note. We are so proud of
them."
The Sunrise Middle School
girls came in second place and


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From page 7
the NAET method of detec-
tion and treatment for aller-
gies and allergy related condi-
tions which include hundreds
of symptoms like insomnia,
leg pains, cough, ear infec-
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The Pompano Beach Mid-
dle School boys team placed
fourth overall. Nova Middle
School placed first, Pembroke
Pines Charter placed second
and Sunrise Middle School
placed third.


and the air we breathe affects
our health. However, I tell
all of my patients to maintain
their medical relationships,
have their annual physical,
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etc. NAET does not discount
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they contain can prove detrimental to
teeth. According to recent research, which
involved submerging teeth in top-selling
sports drinks for up to 90 minutes
(comparable to drinking a sports drink
throughout the day), teeth exposed to
sports drinks had partially dissolved
enamel layers. As a result, the bone-like
layer beneath the enamel was exposed,
causing teeth to soften and weaken. This
effect, known as "erosive tooth wear," can
lead to excessive tooth damage and even
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teeth immediately after drinking a sports
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as Rev. Anthony Burrell prays for her son Ronnie Cornish and
the other seniors. [Top] Rubin Carter receives his Bible from
Catherine Johnson and Runell Daniels of the Women's Ministry
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licenses
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shore or a structure affixed to
shore will need to buy a $7.50
(plus administrative and
handling fees) shoreline fish-
ing license by Aug. 1, unless
they have a regular resident
saltwater fishing license.
The new license ap-
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saltwater anglers who fish
from shore. Resident anglers
purchase the regular recre-
ational saltwater license that
covers them, no matter where
they fish for saltwater species
in Florida.
Licences can be pur-
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Hospice

Volunteers

Needed
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volunteers for patient care
and administrative jobs. Vol-
unteers will receive the neces-
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become a competent part of
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details, contact the Hospice of
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Fireworks
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been shot from a barge on the
ocean just east of the Pom-
pano Beach Municipal Pier
on the night of July 4th.
But recent information
that two corals, the elkhorn
and staghorn, could be dis-
tressed with the explosions,
the U.S. Coast Guard is still
waiting for approvals from
the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission, or
FWC.
Normally the Coast
Guard and the FWC confer-
ences regarding July 4th are
facilitated summarily, but
with the coral concerns added
to the sea turtles at the height
of the nesting season, South
Florida residents may have
seen the last fireworks show
at the beach.
"If we get the approval
this year," said Pompano
Beach Interim City Manager
Phyllis Korab, "It will prob-
ably be the last time."
The alternative venue for
the event is the Isle Casino on
Racetrack Road in Palm Aire.
Mayor Lamar Fisher's
concern on Thursday was that
"It's June 18 and two weeks
away from the event. We
still do not have a confirma-
tion from the Coast Guard. It
would appear that someone
could make a decision and
not put on hold our 100,000
residents who are in limbo
with their plans for one of
the most important national
holidays in this country."
Fisher added that once
a confirmation on where the


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Another issue regarding
the event is the special VIP
party at the pier for city of-
ficials and local sponsors who
help underwrite the nearly
$100,000 cost of the celebra-
tion.
A spokesperson from the
department said the party to
honor the sponsors will take
place whether the event is at
the pier or at the Isle Casino.


Scoreboard

Pompano Beach
Women's Golf
Scores; June 17
One Best Ball of 4 ABCD
18 Holers Manon Bourgeois,
Mary Ann Gardener, Paula
Hook, Yoko Mayeda 56:
Manon Bourgeois (B D)Pat
Sessa, Caryl Gleason, Maggie
Evans 58: An Ruck, Shirley
O'Neill,Pat Hamburger, Ro-
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PELICAN WRITER

The City of Deerfield Beach is footing Vice Mayor Sylvia
Poitier's legal fees on two ethics complaints, one found to have
no merit by the Florida Commission on Ethics, the other a
charge that will go before the local ethics board that she failed
to state her interest in two non profits and a business on her an-
nual disclosure form.
The Commission on Ethics announced Wednesday that
there was no evidence that Poitier misused her position when
she intervened to help homeowners at Deerfield Palms with a
delinquent water bill. A resident of the complex stated in his
complaint that Poitier sought a job in return for her help.
In the local action, a blogger has filed the complaint which
also charges she has not paid water bills on property she owns.
So far, the city owes Poitier's attorney Jacob Horow-
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on June 20 at El Agave Res-
taurant because word has it
that murder is on the menu.
The public may reserve a
table now for an unforgettable
night of dining. They will also
be invited to help solve the
crime.
The chef is suspected of
offering specials to tempt
customers and Margaritas to
die for.
Join other sleuths for Mur-
der by Margarita at 7 p.m. for


dinner and show. Cost is $45
per person, including tip.
The menu includes Chips
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choices are Churrasco, Grilled
Mahi-Mahi Pollo a la Plancha
Chuleta de Puerco or Vegetar-
ian.
Dessert choices are flan,
ice cream, regular or fried,
or Chocolate Kahlua Mousse
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bar. Bar drinks are not includ-
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The Pompano Beach Rotary Club Softball Team defeated the Fort Lauderdale Club 5 to 4 this May at the Pompano Beach
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Nick Miller, Tom Worcester, Rich Worcester and Whitney Metevia.

Farraddays' Steakhouse at Isle Casino
Pompano Park earns AAA 3-Diamond rating


Farraddays' Steakhouse at
the Isle Casino Pompano Park
has been officially appointed
a Three Diamond member
of the American Automobile
Association, or AAA.
Farraddays' is now a part of a
select group positioned as part
of the AAA brand.
Farraddays' specializes in
classic steakhouse cuisine
with an extensive wine list,
prime beef, fresh seafood and
daily specials.
"The Isle is very proud to
be affiliated with the trusted
AAA brand," said Bob
Strom, Isle senior director of
operations. "We continually
strive to overreach AAA
standards of reliability,
service and value."


AAA members can locate
information about Farraddays'
at aaa.com and in the AAA
Tour Book guide which
is a prime travel planning
resource.
Farraddays' Steakhouse is


open Wednesday to Sunday
during the summer and
reservations are a\ ailable by
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In Pompano Beach, Michelle's Place is the newest spot

for a tasty breakfast or lunch in Pompano Beach


By Malcolm McClintock
PELICAN WRITER

Michelle's Place
1308 N. Federal Hwy
Pompano Beach
954-783-1033

Located directly across
the street from the Pompano
Municipal Golf Course on
US 1, the newly opened
Michelle's Place offers up
traditional breakfast and
lunch fare every day of the
week.
Co-owners Cookie Westrich
and Michelle Rapp have
worked hard to provide
the best food and create a
welcoming atmosphere in
their restaurant. "We didn't
want to open up until we
found the right location, the


right cook and, of course, voracious of appetites. Other
Michelle's 25 years of classics on the menu include
restaurant experience," says the Greek omelette (spinach,
Cookie. tomato and feta), the Western
The result is a clean, (ham, pepper and onions), the
efficient and friendly Veggie (mushrooms, peppers,
environment where one can onions and tomatoes), the
find the best of American smoked salmon (with onions
cooking. "We have our and cream cheese)
regular menu but we and any combination
also try to be creative thereof.
and come up with new For the truly hungry;
ideas every week. We the Everything
try new recipes all the Omelette is a must.
time," says Michelle as This specialty is laden
she prepares to bring me their with bacon, ham, sausage,
special omelette of the day tomato, onions, peppers and
- a mozzarella and sundried Swiss cheese.
tomato combination made Of course, all the classic
lovingly by Mike the cook. breakfast dishes are also
Served with a large portion available. Eggs any style with
of homefries, grits or oatmeal meats, breakfast sandwiches,
and toast, this enormous pancakes, Belgian waffles,
three- egg omelette is sure French toast and assorted
to satisfy even the most fruits are all on the menu.
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specials section that includes
NY strip steak, grilled ham
steak, eggs Benedict, country
fried steak and a plentiful
smoked salmon platter.
"Everything is made from
scratch, absolutely nothing
comes out of a can," says
Cookie as I peruse their lunch
offerings.
Cold and hot sandwiches of
every variety abound. From
B.L.T, tuna and roast beef
on the cold side to Pastrami,
Philly cheese steak and grilled
fish on the hot side.
And of course, Michelle's
Place serves up an extensive
selection of burgers and hot-
dogs. Served with freshly
made French fries, coleslaw
or potato salad, these
delightful burgers can be
dressed up in many ways. The
Pompano Burger comes with
saut6ed onions, mushrooms,
bacon and Provolone whilst
the Spanish Burger has
jalapenos, onions, mushrooms
and salsa. Turkey burgers
and veggie burgers are also
prominently featured.
Hot-dogs with chili or
sauerkraut are fan favorites
as well. For an extra surprise,
thensweet potato fries with
,the outstanding homemade
horseradish sauce is highly
recommended.
For the more health
conscious diner, Michelle's
Place offers a host of fresh
salads. From garden to Caesar
to Greek, all the salads are
packed with healthy flavors
and can be enjoyed with the
soup of the day sometimes
zesty lobster bisque, hearty
clam chowder or tasty cream
of asparagus.
With all meals priced
between $5 and $9,
Michelle's Place is the ideal
spot to fill up in the morning
or to stop by for a satisfying
lunch. There are plenty of
specials for the kids, ample
parking in the Belcrest Plaza
and major credit cards are
accepted.
Open every day from 7 am
to 3 pm (2 pm on Sundays),
this is a great little spot to
have a meal, hold a birthday
party or simply to stop by for
one of their famous waffle
brownie sundaes!

Malcolm McClintock is
president ofAlabaska LLC,
a firm that assists hotels,
restaurants and individual
property owners with their
purchasing needs. He holds
an MBA and has lived in
Thailand, Spain, France,
Mexico, Canada and the
US where he has developed
a deep appreciation for
world gastronomy. He can
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The 3 egg mozzarella and sundried tomato omelette is served with freshly made
homefries. [Photos by Malcolm McClintock]




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fee be raised from $99 to
$149 per dwelling.
Commissioner Joe Miller's
motion to adopt the fee was
opposed by Commissioner
Bill Ganz who favored an
increase of $20 dollars and
Commissioner Sylvia Poitier,
who wanted the fee to remain
at $99.
Commissioner Marty
Popelsky suggested lowering
the fee to $75, but then voted
with Miller and Mayor Peggy
Noland. If it stands, the higher
fee will bring in an estimated
$9.3 million, $3 million
more than the current budget.
Commissioners do have
the option of lowering it in
subsequent budget meetings.
Commissioner Ganz dubbed
Fire Chief Tony Stravino's
agenda items a "wish list."
Also on that list was the
chief's request for a 20
percent match for $1.6 million
in federal funds to buy radios
and breathing apparatus.
Stravino said the Powerline
Station is his priority, but the
beach station also needs to
be expanded due to "major
deficiencies," and a station is
needed in Crystal Lake.
But the most volatile
item was Stravino's draft
agreement to contract out
fire rescue dispatch to the
Broward Sheriff's Office.
Commissioner Ganz was
first to oppose the idea. "The
citizens voted 'no' to merge
with BSO," he said. "I am
concerned with handing over
any part of our operation. It's
too risky a situation."
Stravino said the reality of
keeping dispatch local is the
$1 million expenditure to buy
new hardware, software and
personnel to man the center.
The city also does not have
suitable space.
"The Sheriff is the only
option Stravino said.
"Technology is changing so
fast, we can't keep up with it.
We could spend $1 million
and be outdated in a year."
Noland asked if space
were available in the new
MOC, and the chief answered
there were no rooms there
without windows. The
communications center needs
to be in a bunker," he said.
The draft agreement calls
for the city to pay BSO
$535,427 a year for dispatch
services to pay for seven new
dispatchers, 24/7. Currently,
this service is budgeted for
$655,924.
Noland said the fire
stations and dispatch were
issues when she was on the
commission 12 years ago.
"We are faced with some big
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By unanimous vote, the
Florida Wildlife Commis-
sion passed a rule protecting
freshwater turtles from com-
mercial harvesting, which is
expected to put a rapid end to
a practice scientists say has
threatened severe depletion of
some of Florida's two-dozen
species. The move follows a
temporary reduction, backed
by Governor Crist, which had
been in effect since late last
year. Freshwater turtles are
considered a cooking delicacy
in Asia, making them worth
as much as $1.50 a pound
with up to 3,000 pounds
shipped live weekly to Asian
markets.
Manley Fuller, president
of the Florida Wildlife Fed-
eration, says the vote was a
critical conservation effort.
"Natural Florida is a great
place for turtles and they're
an important part of the food
chain. This is an area that
commercial harvesters would
target; and there is a real con-
cern about the Asian market
essentially being insatiable."
Ten years ago, fewer than
1,000 turtles were shipped out
of Florida annually, according
to Fuller, but now that num-
ber is more than 91,000.
"The market has already
had a devastating impact on
wild turtle populations in
Southeast Asia and in China.
Freshwater turtle species
that were once common are
now extremely rare or on the
endangered species list."
The state is encouraging
"aqua-farms" to raise turtles
for both pets and food, and
approximately 30 farms
currently operate in Florida.
While farm operators will be
allowed to harvest some wild
turtles for brood stock, the
bulk of the population will be
conserved, adds Fuller.
"I think it's an excellent
model for other states, and
I think there will be broad
implications of the commis-
sion's decision in terms of
wildlife conservation across
the country."
Commercial fishermen say
the state did not have enough
information to justify the ban,
while conservation propo-
nents argued assessing the
damage would take years, and
could cause more depletion,
as it has in Asia.
Florida's rules for protect-
ing freshwater turtles are now
known as the most-compre-
hensive in the nation. Other
states have imposed limits,
but most have stopped short
of banning wild turtle harvest-
ing altogether.


The Democratic Women's Club
SInvitesyou to the
6th Annual MadHatter's Tea Luncheon


Saturday, June 20 at 11:30 a.m.
Galuppi's Restaurant
Pompano Public Golf Course
Honorees: State Representative Gwyn Clarke-Reed
State Representative Hazelle Rogers
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What method of financ-
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Hillsboro Beach created an
uproar among single family
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Pompano Mayor Lamar
Fisher gave residents a heads
up as to the possible deficit in
the city's budget. What was
the figure? [$2 million this
year; $5 next year.]
Lighthouse Point received
a gift from two of its residents.
Who were they and what was
the gift? [Jim and Sue Ache-


son gave $36,500 to the fire
department for life saving
equipment.]
A piece of property has
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Deerfield Beach. What is the
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Deerfield
Beach
celebrates the
4th with two
days of fun
Deerfield Beach will host
two days of Independence
Day activities, on July 3 and
4. This year's celebration
features children's activi-
ties, beachside concerts and
the best fireworks display in
South Florida, produced by
The Mad Bomber. Headline
entertainment will be The As-
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Food and drink will be
available for purchase. All
activities are centered around
the Main Beach area, Ocean
Way, one block south of Hill-
sboro Boulevard.
Friday, July 3 Joey
Gilmore Band 7 to 8 p.m.
and Final Countdown Band
from 9 to 10 p.m.
Saturday, July 4 Chil-
dren's Activities takes place
from 1 to 4 p.m. including a
water slide and other inflat-
ables, music and interactive
games.
Independence Day Con-


certs include the music of
Smugglin' Yo-yo's, Valerie
Tyson and The Association
Fireworks with The Mad
Bomber begin at 9 p.m.
Free Parking and a shuttle
service will be available at the
Cove Shopping Center, 1500
E. Hillsboro Blvd. Call 954-
480-4433.

Call The
Pelican for
free delivery
at your
business.


Vice Mayor Ken Keechl at
North Broward Democratic
Club with county update
The North Broward Democratic Club will hold its regular
meeting Wednesday, June 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the Emma Lou
Olson Civic Center, 1801 NE 6 St., Pompano Beach
For further information, please call Sarah Brown, President,
954-785-0960 or email DEMWOMAN@aol.com.

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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.
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(954) 942-6410
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CHRIST CHURCH
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210 N.E. 3RD STREET POMPANO BEACH
954-943-0404
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SST. COLEMAN
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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


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2500 NE 14th St., Pompano Beach, FL
954-942-4473
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Holy Eucharist Sundays 9 a.m.

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Republicans to host 'conservation' conference

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Club invites the public to
participate in the Southeast
Conservative Conference June
23 at the Hallandale Beach
Community Culture Center,


400 South Federal Highway,
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That will take the place of its
usual meeting.
Call 954-296-0041.


Iguanas, the lean, green
eating machines are a

protected species


SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
South Florida residents are
very familiar with the Green
Iguana, the reptile that is
slowly gobbling ornamental
plants and leaving drop-
pings in yards. Now Broward
County Parks and Recreation
and Animal
Care and Regulation divi-
sions have joined with UF/
IFAS and the Wildlife Care
Center to make recommen-
dations that allow the green


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iguana and South Floridians
to co-exist peacefully.
The green iguana is not
native to South Florida,
although it has thrived in this
subtropical climate for many
years and is probably here to
stay. And while iguanas are
herbivorous, or plant eating,
and neither confrontational
nor aggressive, they will de-
fend themselves against pets
and people who try to catch or
comer them. '
Iguanas can bite, scratch,
or strike with their power-
ful tails, and since they can
grow to be up to six feet in
length, they can be formidable
creatures.
The most typical complaint
against iguanas is the damage
they cause by eating valuable
landscape plants, shrubs, and
trees, as well as orchids and
many other flowering plants.
Iguanas are also known to dig
burrows next to seawalls and
foundations, increasing the
chance of erosion and even-
tual collapse.
Another frequent complaint
is that they leave their drop-
pings along decks and docks
and sometimes even in swim-
ming pools. They are excel-
lent swimmers.
Here are some helpful sug-
gestions to consider in the
humane and effective man-
agement of wild iguanas. As
with all wildlife, iguanas are
protected by anticruelty laws,
and inhumane treatment of
them is punishable by law.
How To Discourage Iguanas
Never feed iguanas.
Protect plants with cages or
screen enclosures.
Use iguana-resistant plants
such as citrus, milkweed, pi-
geon plum, oleander, coontie,
etc., in your landscape.
Install sheet-metal cylinders
approximately 18 inches from
the base of trees to prevent
iguanas from climbing.
Create an L-shaped wire
barrier along the bottom of
seawalls and other fixed ob-
jects to prevent iguanas from
digging underneath.
Habitat Modification
Avoid planting iguana
favorites such as hibiscus,
orchids, impatiens, roses, gar-
den greens, melons, etc.
Remove protective cover
such as dense tickets and piles
of landscape timber or rocks.
Fill vacant burrows with
rocks.
Humane Harassment
Keep a water hose ready
and available to spray bask-
ing iguanas on pool decks or
boats.
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24 The Pelican


Silver Angels
Continued from page 23
"The purpose of the Silver
Angel Awards is to recog-
nize deserving seniors who
are not residents of John
Knox Village and who show
a true sense of charity in
their dedication to a cause
or need and have selflessly
aided others with his or her
time, talents, and efforts,"
Shires said. "This award cel-
ebrates people who quietly
go about
their good works in a true


sense of humanitarian char-
ity."
Churches from the Pom-
pano Beach and Fort Lau-
derdale area were asked to
submit nominations of those
deserving recognition as
a Silver Angel. In all, ten
Silver Angels were selected
by the John Knox Village
Resident Selection Commit-
tee.
This year's Silver Angels
are Maxine Adams, Teresa
Cherup, Elsie Conroy, Joan
Elliott, Dorothy Hanser, Cal
Longacre, Josephine Pecaro,


Judy Romsa, Marlene
Sanders, and The GEMS (a
senior service group).
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not-for-profit continuing
care retirement community
which opened in 1967 to
provide seniors aged 62
and over, a comprehensive
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Iguanas
Continued from page 22
Use startling noises to cre-
ate an unwelcome atmosphere
for a sunning iguana that feels
a little too much at home
poolside.
Install CDs near seawalls or
dangle them like wind chimes
from trees or prized plants.
Their reflective surfaces often
scare away iguanas.
A final suggestion for
anyone who wants an iguana
for a pet, even though they


are demanding animals that
require a very specific diet
and environment and can live
for 15 years or more: Rather
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