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Hillsboro

Lighthouse

opens for tour,

July 25
The Hillsboro Lighthouse Preserva-
tion Society will host its fourth tour of
the historic Hillsboro Lighthouse for
2009 on July 25. Registration begins at
8:45 a.m. at the Sands Harbor Hotel's
dock, 125 N. Riverside Dr., Pompano
Beach.
Transportation to the Hillsboro Inlet
Light Station is by tour boat to the new
SCoast Guard dock. The first 49-pas-
senger shuttle will depart the Sands
Harbor Hotel's north dock as soon as it
is filled. Successive runs will continue
at 50-minute intervals.
The last tour boat with passengers
will leave about 2:45 p.m. The boat
ride is included with any HLPS mem-
bership. Non-members pay $15 per
person. Call 954-942-2102.


Deerfield Beach

manager says

combining

departments is a

cost-saving move

Mayor counters that
city needs positions to
be restored
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
City Manager Mike Mahaney has
defended his decision not to replace
two high-paid managerial positions
saying consolidating department ser-
vices will save the city $275,000 year.
Since Risk Manager Linda Hayden
retired in August of 2008 and Human
Resources Director Marva Gordon re-
tired in early 2009, the duties of those
departments have been combined.
City Attorney Andy Maurodis and his
assistant Charles Seaman are called in
for litigation matters and other legal
questions. Maurodis is not charging the
city for this assistance. "It's working
great," the manager said.
Responsibility for risk manage-
ment went to Gordon when Hayden
retired and the duties distributed
among personnel in both departments.

See MAHANEY on page 11


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Lindsey Hammett and Amber Greulich enjoy a sailing lesson on Lake Placid.


Lighthouse Point offers kids a cool
escape from South Florida heat
By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
I teen the instructor and junior counselors at this
summer camp are all camp veterans, it's a sure
testament to the popularity of the sessions.
This is the 50th summer for the Lighthouse Point Youth Sailing Camp.
About 50 youngsters are enrolled for morning or afternoon sessions on
Lake Placid at the police docks in Al Fletcher Park. A few openings remain in
afternoon classes.
Camp runs for five weeks through July 28. Sessions culminate in a Mayor's
Cup race, and top winners are recognized and listed on a plaque at city hall.
Campers are taught lessons in boat safety, rules of the water, sailing and
boat maintenance, according to John Trudel, city recreation director. "And they
just have fun."
The city provides the prams. Some of the newer boats were purchased four
years ago with some of the funds provided by the Waterway Committee.
Instructor Arielle Leblanc, 19, a student at Florida Atlantic University, said
campers are taught how to tack, how to figure which direction the wind is com-
ing from and how to maneuver the boat by using the rudder when there is no
wind. They also learn about the parts of the boat, the sails, lines and how to do
knots.
Campers must pass a swim test on the first day, and they wear lifejackets.
Most don't have boating experience when they enroll.
Junior counselor Connor McKay, an eighth-grader at St. Andrews School,
previously was a camper for three years, learning to sail and having fun with
See SAILING on page 8


RMA approved

to direct

Pompano CRAs
By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
After months of negotiating, Pom-
pano Beach Commissioners agreed to
a contract with Redevelopment Man-
agement Associates, or RMA, LLC to
serve as its director of the city's two
Community Redevelopment Agencies,
or CRA, projects on the East and West
sides of the city.
CRAs are methods of renovating
and redeveloping areas of a munici-
pality that have fallen into blighted
conditions.
The West CRA plan began in 1988
and encompasses an area of 3,084
acres that includes Martin Luther King
SSee RMA on page 5

Unless buyer

is found,

Alzheimer's

Pavilion will

close
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
The deHoernle Alzheimer's
Pavilion, a blue-ribbon facility that
provides care for Alzheimer's patients
will close Sept. 1 after 14 years of
See deHOERNLE on page 2


Hillsboro

wrestling with

raging fire/

rescue cost;

budget deficit
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Outraged over the escalating cost
of fire/rescue service, Hillsboro Beach
commissioners indicated Tuesday they
will 'shop' the contract with Deerfield
Beach and seek quotes from other
providers.
The big bump in this year's
contract, from $693,110 to $814,746,
See BUDGET on page 9






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serving the greater Deerfield
Beach community.
The announcement was
made last week by Miami
Jewish Home and Hospital
which operates the center ad-
jacent to the Northeast Focal
Point and holds the $388,000
construction mortgage.
Spokesperson Blaise


Mercadante confirmed the
pavilion is for sale. "We
would be thrilled for some-
one to buy it," he said. "It has
become a strategic stretch
for us to continue to operate
the deHoernle at our level of
care."
Longtime board chair-
man, Dave Farkas, who was
appointed by Miami Jewish
Hospital, said he resigned his
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didn't fit into their future
plans.
"I didn't concur with
their thinking, and so I re-
signed," Farkas said.
It was a sad day for him.
"Alzheimer's takes two lives,
the patient's and the caregiv-
er's," Farkas said.
Mercadante said if the
facility is not sold, his com-
pany will have to absorb its
debt.
The building and land are
owned by the City of Deer-
field Beach which donated
the land with the provision
that it be used only for Al-
zheimer's patient care. If the
use changes, the building and
land revert back to the city.
City Manager Mike
Mahaney said he has met
with hospital officials and is
researching the various issues
and options for the property.
Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital has a reputation for
being one of the best cen-
ters for geriatric care in the


southeast. 0
At the deHoernle, they
provided residential, respite
and day care for Alzheimer's
patients.
When the deHoernle
Pavilion was built through
the efforts of a community
group headed by Bill Resn-
ick, Miami Jewish Home was
contracted to run the facil-
ity. Later, they took over the
mortgage that had been un-
derwritten originally by Boca
Raton philanthropists Count
and Countess deHoernle.
Barry Solomon, former
deHoernle director, said
during his four-year tenure
the mortgage payments and
management fees were paid,
but that Miami Jewish Home
at times did have to advance
funds to pay expenses.
"When the 46 beds were
filled, we almost broke even,"
he said. Current occupancy is
30 beds, he added.
"I think what has hap-
pened is dreadful. What's


afly horrible is the families
caught in the middle. They
don't know where to take
their loved ones."
One of the problems
in marketing the Pavilion,
Solomon said, was the public
perception it was part of
Northeast Focal Point, the
adjacent city-operated facility
that provides daily services to
seniors, clients with demen-
tia, and preschoolers.
"The deHoernle name
recognition was very poor.
One of my non successes as
director was I couldn't get
deHoernle identified as a
separate institution," Solo-
mon said.
Since his retirement
two years ago, Solomon has
served on an advisory panel.

Theater

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will present The Haunted
Carousel, July 17 and 18 at 2
and 7 p.m. at the Sol Children
Theatre, 3333 N. Federal
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Music under

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The popular Music Under
the Stars Free Summer Con-
certs Series is back in Pom-
pano Beach. For the past 20
years, the city has entertained
the community with Music
Under the Stars Summer Con-
certs Series.
Music Under the Stars
provides a wide variety of
enjoyable music at the City's
Main Beach under the stars
- where Atlantic Boulevard
meets the beach. The evening
of live music is performed by
localSouth Florida musicians
to include; golden oldies, jazz,
rock 'n roll, Latin, pop and
rhythm and blues. The city
encourages all residents to
bring their lawn chairs, blan-
kets, picnic baskets, friends
and families to the concerts
and enjoy an evening of great
music. The concerts are
scheduled for July 11, July 18,
July 25, Aug. 1 and Aug. 8.
All concerts begin at 7 p.m.
On July 11, The World
Famous "Low Tides" will per-
form music from the Beatles,
Stones, Tommy James, etc.
July 18, The Smugglin'
Yo Yo Band performs Classics
through the 50s.
For more information
about Music Under The Stars
call 954-786-4111.


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The First Annual Casino Night "Cruise to Nowhere"
at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic School was a "win-
win." Everyone at the event had a great time, and the
school raised money. Approximately 180 "gamblers"
enjoyed Blackjack, Texas Hold'em, Slots, Craps and Rou-
lette to win raffle tickets for gift baskets and prizes. A
cruise style buffet of delicious food was served. A special
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Briefs

Ballroom dance

competition
North Broward Medical Center is
calling South Florida seniors to come
"cut a rug" at its Senior Dancing Stars
dance contest, a tribute to the area's
best dancers over the age of 65.
Judges will audition dancers
(couples and/or singles) performing
the rumba, tango, pasodoble, waltz,
quickstep and jitterbug. Dancers
will perform one selection of their
choice with a 3-minute limit. Those
interested in personal auditions may
show up at any of the following three
locations: Tuesday, July 14, 10 a.m.
to noon at the Gold Coast Ballroom,
1415 Lyons Road, Coconut Creek;
Wednesday, July 15, 10 a.m. to noon
at the Star Ballroom, 2309 E. Atlantic
Blvd, Pompano Beach and Thursday,
July 16, 1 to 3 p.m. at Century Village
Main Club House Pantry Room, 2400
Century Blvd, Deerfield Beach.
Ten finalist couples or singles will.
be selected to compete for the title
of "2009 Senior Dancing Stars" at
an Aug. 7 show, held at Gold Coast
Ballroom. All winners will receive a
trophy plus $500 will be awarded for
first place, $250 for second place and
$150 for third place.
Participants must be at least 65
years old by July 1, 2009. Employees
of Broward Health, their immediate
families and those living in the same
household are not eligible to partici-
pate. Call 954- 782-7639.


Hone in on

angling skills
The Pompano Beach Offshore
Anglers, or PBOA, will host Captain
Bouncer Smith as its guest speaker
on July 20 at 7 p.m. at Galuppi's
Restaurant, 1103 North Federal Hwy.,
Pompano Beach. Anglers will learn
new techniques and can ask Captain
Bouncer questions. All attendees will
receive a $10 voucher from Mo-
tor Boat and Tackle. Cost is free to
PBOA members and $10 for nonmem-
bers. Call 785-0226.

Please recyle at The Pelican,
1500-A E. Atlantic Blvd. to raise
funds for the Sample McDougald
House. Call 954-783-8700.


FASA names Shirley Mohorn, John Knox Village

CNA, number one caregiver in the state of Florida

Making a

Difference
Phyllis J. Neuber-
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you know who are
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By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
"It's indescribable! It's like a
dream! I do my work and never
expect anything in return," says a
beaming Shirley Mohorn referring to
the award given by FASA, or Florida
Association of Home and Services
for the Aging, at its annual meeting in
Orlando July 9. "My job even put me
up in a fancy hotel the night before.
That was a real treat too."
Moving around John Knox Vil-
lage, or JKV, with Shirley makes
it easy to understand why she was
chosen. Every resident stops to con-
gratulate her or give personal testi-
mony about something she has done
for them. Jack VanSlyke grabs her
hand, looks up at her and teases say-
ing, "When I fell and broke my nose,
Shirley took care of me. No one ever
scrubbed me down in the shower like
she did."
Pat Keane, RN, stopped to say,
"I supervised Shirley for two years
when she came to the Health Center to
work. I knew right away what kind of
a caring woman she was. I never had
to worry about her patients."
Barbara DuBois, administrator
of Wellness Nursing and JKV Home
Health Agency, nominated Shirley for
the caregiver of the year award. In
her letter she wrote,
"Shirley has a unique, God-given
instinct on how best to handle resi-
dents. She is able to get a resident
who has been adamant about not
needing any type of care at home to
agree to give her a try. Once she has
established a relationship, they do not
want her to leave. When she is as-
signed elsewhere they will wait for her
to become available. Residents in her
care suddenly look better. Their meals
are tastier; their home cleaner, laundry
done and bills paid. More often than
not, she makes a meal or does some


Jack VanSlyke stops Shirley Mohomr in Cassels Tower lobby to thank her for all her help after he
fell and broke his nose. [Photo by Phyllis J. Neuberger]


laundry at home for her clients.
Shirley has the qualities we wish
we could clone. She's cheerful, gener-
ous, funny, flexible, trustworthy and
gives 120 percent on her shift."
Meet Number One Caregiver
Shirley Mohan stands tall at 5'
9.5". With a bright smile she says,
"Most of my 13 sisters and brothers
are even taller. When I was seven,
I already knew what I wanted to do.
Being a CNA, or certified nurse as-
sistant, gives me a chance to give love
and compassion to people who need it
and have nobody. I meet many elderly
men and women who have no children
and who have lost their mates. They
are so grateful for whatever I do for
them. I meet many with handicaps
who need encouragement to keep on
going, and I encourage them with
positive thinking."
Mohan graduated from Blanche
Ely High School and trained for 360
hours to become a certified CNA/


Home Health Aid at Atlantic Vocation-
al School. Describing her work, she
says, "I worked in the Village Health
Center from '83 to '87 when I trans-
ferred to the Home Health Agency
where I've been ever since. I liked the
freedom this move gave me. I could
be flexible with my hours and handle
personal affairs as well. On my job,
I take temperatures, blood pressure,
pulse and respiration. Beyond that, I
give personal care including shower-
ing, pulling on support hose, assisting
a nurse with bandages, preparing a
meal, doing light housekeeping, assist-
ing in ambulation, getting residents to
medical appointments and more. I'm
scheduled by the hour. I scoot around
in my electric cart and see about six
clients a day."
Shirley makes time to take part in
Village activities after hours as well.
She often teams up with her peers for
a hit performance in the annual Spring
See MOHORN on page 11


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RMA
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Boulevard and surrounding
neighborhoods and the old
downtown area of Pompano
Beach.
The East CRA, approved
in 2001, encompasses 158
acres on Atlantic Boulevard
from NE 18 Avenue to the
beach and surrounding areas.
Both CRAs are self-fund-
ed through tax increments that
are pulled from property taxes
and returned to the individual
CRA accounts.
So far the West CRA
district has a balance of
$28,605,940. The East CRA
has a balance of $5,824,198.
RMA principals Kim
Jackson Briesmeister and
Christopher J. Brown, found-
ers of RMA, were on hand
Tuesday when the contract
was approved.
Said Brown, "The firm is
already buzzing. We're going
to work with the advisory
committees for both the East
and West CRAs. We want to
develop five-year plans with
budgets and try to raise more
capital."
Much of the work on the
West CRA has been completed
leaving Martin Luther King
Boulevard and the old Pom-
pano downtown area as focus
points for redevelopment.
Residential developments such
as Canal Point and Pinnacle
Village Apartments offer af-
fordable housing to residents.
Other affordable housing
developments are underway.
On the East side, much of


the work has been in public
meetings and design schemat-
ics for the beach and the two
city parking lots east of the
Intracoastal.
Brown understands that
residents and business own-
ers are frustrated with the lack
of visual progress on the East
side. He says RMA will be
present at advisory meetings
and at CRA board meetings,
the two groups to which they
report.
"We're not going to
launch into a physical master
plan where people put ideas
on paper, and those ideas don't
result in any physical changes
in the district," Brown said.
"The East CRA has a healthy
appetite in what it wants to
do."
Brown referred to beach
dune restoration, a plaza at the
beach, beautification of At-
lantic Boulevard and aligning
the city pier to accommodate a
restaurant.
Other East CRA plans
include reducing lanes on E.
Atlantic Boulevard to produce
"a caf6 friendly street. We
want to make Atlantic Bou-
levard for people and not for
cars," Brown said.
One area especially will
get the attention of the RMA
group, which includes the city
parking lots that face each
other on Atlantic Boulevard
just west of the bridge.
"Renovation of these lots
from Caf6 Maxx to Mr. Fish
to widen the sidewalks, restore
facades and beautify the lots
will really help these restau-
rants," Brown said.


While CRAs are projects
to renew, redevelop and beau-
tify urban areas, they are also
tools for economic revival.
Beach restoration would
provide a tourist destination
which could lead to economic
benefits for local shops and
restaurants.
Brown said raising funds
for these projects could come
from CRA bonds that could be
paid back from CRA funds.
Jack Rogerson, chair of
the East CRA Advisory Board
says the first visible evidence
of renovation will probably
take place on Atlantic Boule-
vard between A1A and Ocean
Boulevard.
"We have approved plans
for a streetscape there," Rog-
erson says. "The lanes will be
reduced to one lane each way
with parallel parking on both
sides. The sidewalks will be
widened. We are looking for
materials other than asphalt
for the street. Landscaping and
lights will be discussed at our
next meeting."
Rogerson added that part
of the delay and the rea-
sons for less funds that had
been expected in the East
CRA were due to the failure
of WCI, a 186-unit luxury
condominium on A1A and
Atlantic Boulevard.
"The project is going for
auction along with the empty
[beachfront] lot across the
street," Rogerson said. "WCI
was supposed to be the eco-
nomic engine for the CRA."
RMA expects to open its
offices at 3109 E. Atlantic
Blvd.


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Now, colleges pay students who

defer school for service

More are offering grants and tuition credit to high school
students who put off classes for a year or more of service.

By Stacy Teicher Khadaroo
STAFF WRITER OF THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
Colleges are thinking creatively these days about linking two priorities for
students: financial aid and public service.
While loan forgiveness for graduates who take service jobs has been com-
mon for years, what's catching on now is the idea of rewarding up front stu-
dents who defer college to help others.
More than 80 colleges and universities have started offering some match-
ing grants for students who earn tuition assistance through AmeriCorps. At least
1,165 have signed on to match new government grants for veterans of Iraq and
Afghanistan. And Princeton University and Dickinson College recently created
programs to support public service, expecting that these students will bring a
unique dimension to campus after spending time off the education track.
"We're seeing an upsurge nationally in the number of students looking for
alternatives immediately following high school graduation -whether it be a
'gap year,'... a two-year community college, or digging deeply into a service or
job commitment that will allow them to ... define an interest," says Stephanie
Balmer, dean of admissions at Dickinson in Carlisle, Penn.
Dickinson is accepting applicants for a new fellowship that offers $10,000
of tuition credit for every year of full-time public service, up to $40,000. With
the population of high school graduates in the US expected to decline in com-
ing years, Ms. Balmer says, the pricey private school sees it as "an opportunity
See COLLEGE on page 16




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Broward County Property Appraiser Lori Parrish Answers
Your Questions

Something New About Broward

2009 Real Property Assessments
Dear Lori,
I own a small home in Wilton Manors. After checking my property record
on your website, I noticed my Just Value has dropped $69,000. I'm ok with
the value in a down market but I noticed that the land decreased dramatically
and my building value increased dramatically. Has something changed on your
website?
R. Hoffmeyer, via email

The Broward County Property Appraiser's Office is constantly making
improvements, upgrading the way we assess real property for ad valorem tax
purposes. Starting with the new 2009 real property assessments, our residential
land values and building (improvement) values are equalized. Our existing
computer program is rather antiquated and decades old. In the past, our office
See APPRAISER on page 16


Pompano Beach to "free"

chlorinate water Aug. 3 to Aug. 31
Pompano Beach utilities employees will begin its semi-annual free chlorine
dosing of its water distribution system on Monday, Aug. 31.
During the free chlorination process, the disinfection portion of the water
treatment process will change from using chloramines (a combination of am-
monia and chlorine) to using free chlorine. Due to these changes, residents may
experience a slight change in both the taste and smell of the water. The water
will remain safe to drink, to use for cooking, to bathe in and for other everyday
uses. After the chlorine dosing is completed, the city will return to its normal
method of disinfection.
The dosing will be performed in compliance with Florida Department of
Environmental Protection and Broward County Health Department regulations.
Persons currently undergoing dialysis or with a compromised immune sys-
tem should consult their health care providers prior to the dosing to determine
whether the change in disinfection will affect their treatment.
In addition, anyone who has a fish tank or pond, including grocery stores
and restaurants with lobster tanks and fish containers at bait shops, that uses
city water should contact a pet or aquarium professional to determine the need
for any adjustments to their aquarium treatment procedures during the chlorine
dosing.
During this period the utilities department will also be flushing fire hydrants
throughout the city. There may be temporary periods of discolored water. Let
your faucets run until the water clears up. Call 954-786-4637.


RELAY
FOR UW


AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY RELAY FOR LIFE
Celebrate. Remember. Fight Back.


You are a recognized leader in our community.
You are respected and supported.
You would like to see an end to cancer.
You want a legacy in that fight.
You are willing to do whatever it takes.

You are who we need.


The American Cancer Society
Relay For Life of
Deerfield Beach/Lighthouse Point
As a recognized and supported leader in our community, we
cordially invite you to attend the...

Relay For Life
Committee Rally
July 15
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2220 NE 38 St.
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(Light hors'doevers will be included)
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Business


Seniors

invited

to learn

computer

skills
Computer lessons are being
offered at NE Focal Point
Senior Center on Wednesdays
between 10 a.m. and noon.
The six week workshop will
include small classes for se-
niors 60 and over. Cost is $40
for the six lessons, plus a $10
registration donation. Call
954-480-4447 or mflower@
deerfield-beach.com.


Electric bill

assistance
The NE Focal Point Se-
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appointments for assistance
with FPL bills. To be eligible
seniors must: Be at least 60
years old; Have a written Fi-
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Identification; Show proof
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American Medical Re-
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for Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
residents on July 25 from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. at Jarvis Hall.
Fees for the course are $15
with a minimum class size of
10 participants.
The Heartsaver course is de-
signed for the layperson with
little or no medical training.
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Wahoo's Sports Bar & Grill in Lighthouse point -- the

place for fish, seafood and stuffed burger creations


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Wahoo's is all about fish
in and out of the water. Fish
swim on the ceilings of this
water-themed restaurant. Just
caught entrees are served on
fish shaped plates. Even a few
of the TVs are placed in salon
type windows of boat replicas.
This upscale sports bar and
grill at 3128 N. Federal Hwy.
opened in September of 2008
and has built a loyal following
of patrons who gravitate to the
nautical destination for fish,
seafood and much more. An
extensive menu offers steaks,
chicken, create-your-own
salads and sandwiches.
Owners Skip Barrett and
Joe Hummel describe them-
selves as contractors turned
restaurateurs. Barrett says,
"We completely gutted the
place and created a nautical,
Key West theme throughout
in wood with a lot of silver
metallic touches. We have 18
televisions including one in
each bathroom and two on
the patio. We created the kind
of a restaurant and sports bar
that we would like to frequent
and added a menu to satisfy
discriminating diners with a
variety of tastes."
Hummel makes his
points, too. "We're very
proud of our Chef Lorin
Wilder who comes most
recently from Seasons 52 and
has 25 years in the business.
We give him a lot of responsi-
bility because of his culinary
skills, experience, and pur-
chasing ability."
Chef Lorin is pleased with
his kitchen team of 10 at Wa-
hoo's. He says. "I'd estimate
that 60 percent of the entrees
ordered are fish or seafood.
We buy from licensed local
fisherman and purveyors. Our
fish is often just hours old and
that's why we feature fresh


Owners of Wahoo's, Skip Barrett (left) and Joe Hummel count on office manager, Nicole Barrett and Chef Lorin to help
keep Wahoo's a destination in Lighthouse Point. [Photos by Phyllis J. Neuberger]


catch of the day which might
be Wahoo's, swordfish, mahi,
escolar, mako or bass when
available. And that's not
all. We offer fisherman a 'U
hook 'em and we'll cook 'em'
opportunity. Our customers
can bring in a cleaned catch,
and we will prepare it as
requested and serve it with
choice of sides to the fisher-
man's group." He smiles and
adds, "Our menu includes top
sirloin steak, pork medallions
and a number of chicken
dishes. There's something
for every appetite and diet
including home made soups,
build your own salads and
vegetarian sandwiches."
Fish tacos and stuffed
burgers are the best sellers
at Wahoo's and no wonder.
A burger, Wahoo style, is
stuffed with balsamic onions,
roasted peppers, portabella
mushrooms, sundried toma-
toes, fresh basil and home-
made mozzarella. Choose


the black and bleu stuffed with
blue cheese. The Mac and
Cheese burger is stuffed with
homemade mac and cheese,
topped with American cheese.
A final choice is JC's BBQ
burger stuffed with bacon,
cheddar and barbecue, topped
with onion strings.
John Van Lith stops in
for one of the stuffed burgers
for lunch at least three times a
week and says, "That's what
I order, every time. They're
phenomenal."
Create your own salad is
another popular choice. Pa-
trons choose a basic salad of
house, wedge, Asian tuna, clas-
sic Caesar or spinach and have
the option of adding up to 21
accessory choices plus dressing
choices and chicken, shrimp or
mahi. Crystal Adams comes
to Wahoo often with her family.
The Pelican found her lunching
with her two daughters. She
was happy to say, "I love to
choose my own salad ingre-


dients. Madison likes salad
too, but Alex only eats pasta
and butter which is on the
Weehoo's menu."
Surrounded with all
of these great choices, the
management team was asked
what their favorite dishes
were. Without hesitation,
Barrett said, "Seafood Pa-
ella." Hummel chooses fish
tacos. Nicole Barrett, office
manager, said her favorite
was a Wahoo style stuffed
chicken sandwich. Chef
Lorin laughs and says, "I'm
too busy to eat, but I fill up
on tasting.
Barrett and Hummel
have found that being very
promotional in a challeng-
ing economy is working.
"Our numbers increase every
month as people discover
us and return over and over.
Our goal is to have repeat lo-
cal business and to be a clear


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Wahoo's
Continued from page 7
food choice," Barrett says.
Wahoo's offers a daily
express lunch from 11:30 a.m.
to 2 p.m. The menu changes
daily but typically includes
deli style sandwiches, burg-
ers, grilled chicken or mahi,
Philly cheese steak, salads, rib
basket, pulled pork minis and
more.
There's always a daily
special including Thursday
night when Ladies drink free
after 7 p.m.
2-4-1 Happy Hour in-
cludes premium well, draft
beer and house wine drinks
from 3 to 7 p.m. and later
from 9 to 11 p.m.
There's even a Weehoo's
menu for children featuring
mac and cheese, Kid fingers
and fries, Grilled cheese and
fries, Kid pasta with butter,
Parmesan or marinara.


Wahoo's is a business
with heart. On June 14, the
owners hosted a fundraiser for
the American Cancer Society
and raised over $3,000 by
staging a classic car show.
Hummel says, "We filled the
parking lot with over 100
classic cars from local car
collectors. We gave out 30
trophies to the most popular
cars. Hot dogs and burgers
were grilled outside, and we
contributed a percentage of
sales."
Barrett nods in agreement
and adds, "It was so success-
ful we're going to have Cruise
Night every Sunday when all
classic car owners can flaunt
their stuff. We'll have a DJ
outside from 6 to 9."
Wahoo's caters parties
and offers take-outs. Open
7 days from 11:30 a.m. until
midnight.
Visit www.wahoossports-
bar. com or Call 954-786-
2569.


Sailing
Continued from page 1
his friends. Now he's earning
community service hours as a
counselor. He says the hardest
part is putting the equipment
away.
Lindsey Hammett, 13,
convinced her classmate Am-
ber Greulich, 13, at St. Eliza-
beth of Hungary School to en-
roll in camp. Lindsey attended
last year and said, "Until then,
I never knew what half the
stuff was." Amber had never
been on a sailboat before. She
plans to return next year.
Michael Archiola, 14,
who will be attending Car-
dinal Gibbons High School,
and Cody Fitzpatrick, 15, a
Pompano Beach High School
student, were campers for five
years.
Michael describes the
camp as "a learning experi-
ence and fun."


Sailing camp instructor Arielle Leblanc and junior counselor Connor McKay
[Photos by Judy Vik]


Cody says it's a fun way
to earn community service
hours and fun to teach people
how to sail.
Second time camper
Christian Perun, 9, a West-
minster Academy student,
said he's finding the boat
easier to control this summer.
"Last year it was going all
over the place."
Trudel said enrollment in
the sailing camp is the same
as last year. Numbers are
down from 240 to 170 in the
other Lighthouse Point sum-
mer day camp. He said there


are so many kinds of camps
offered in the area, and some
children prefer being indoors
with air-conditioning and their
video games.
"We're a water-based
community, and this is a nice
introduction to the water,"
he said of the sailing camp.
"Sailing.. .you either love it or
hate it," he said. He prefers, a
motor on his boat.
Cost for camp is $125 for
Lighthouse Point residents
and $225 for non-residents.
Call 954-784-3439.


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Budget
Continued from page 1

is caused by a proposed
$50 hike in Deerfield's fire
fee, from $99 per residen-
tial unit to $149. Applied to
Hillsboro's 2,500 homes, the
increase comes to $121,636.
In the past, Hillsboro has
absorbed the cost of the fire
fee as part of its contractual
agreement with Deerfield to
provide fire/rescue services.
Police Chief Tom Nagy
said the town averages 15
calls a month to Deerfield fire
rescue.
Using quick math, the
commission estimated it cost


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The drive will take place
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the town $30,000 per fire/
rescue call, a figure Mayor
Carmen McGarry called "out-
rageous."
Commissioner Lee
Bennett pointed out that the
contract with Deerfield was
actually an insurance policy.
"We are paying for their abil-
ity to respond," he said.
Commissioner Puleri
asked if Deerfield also col-
lected fees from insurance
companies when it transported
patients, labeling the practice
"double dipping."
Anticipating the com-
mission's position, Finance
Director Bob Lange said he
had contacted fire officials in
Pompano Beach who report-
edly would offer service for
$75 per living unit, or about
$195,000 annually. Lange em-
phasized that he did not know
if there was an additional
base rate or what the level of
service would be.
Lange held the line on
expenses when crafting the
town's 2010 budget, but still


came up with a $594,000
shortfall. The first draft of his
$4.3 million fiscal plan was
presented Tuesday. It con-
tained no cost of living pay
raises for personnel.
In calculating revenues,
Lange used a millage rate of
2.8918 and presented figures
that showed the property
tax impact for homeowners.
Owners of a home appraised
at $275,000 with Homestead
Exemption will pay $63 more
than last year in town taxes.
For the owner of a $1 million
home, the increase is $266.
Lange suggested several
cuts to get the plan more in
line with projected revenues:
pass on the cost of sanita-
tion services to the residents
- $300,000; turn over police
dispatch to BSO -unknown
savings; take an additional
$80,000 from water revenues
for services rendered the de-
partment; cut the donation for
family health premiums from
100 percent to 50 percent
- $81,000; renegotiate the


$814,746 tab for fire/rescue
services.
Commissioner Tom
Puleri, mindful of the cur-
rent economic climate, urged
the town to renegotiate all its
contracts with consultants in
the hope of saving money.
The contract with Deer-
field Beach expires in 2010
and requires a six month
notice of intent to cancel. City
Attorney DJ Doody said the
town should maintain its cur-
rent status with Deerfield, but
issue a request for proposal


In its mild form, gingivitis (gum disease)
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However, if not treated, gingivitis can
progress to a more severe stage,
periodontitis, in which bacteria-laden
plaque provokes an inflammatory
response in gums. To avoid the potential
of infection and tooth loss, it is important
to identify causes of gum disease, as
well as to diagnose and treat it. With
this in mind, researchers have recently
found that obese adults are at higher
risk of gingivitis than people of normal
weight. In fact, over the course of the
16-year study, obesity was found to be
associated with a 29 percent increase
of periodontal disease. The common
denominator is thought to be
inflammation.
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for fire services. On October
1, Deerfield could be noticed
if a better deal is available, he
said.
Municipal taxes are a
small portion of the tax bill
Broward County residents
receive. Other taxing districts
include the county, the school
board, the hospital district, the
Hillsboro Inlet District.
The commission will hold
a budget workshop August 3,
9:30 a.m. and public hearings
Sept. 8 and Sept 21, at 5:30
p.m.


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Women to find new shelter at WID in Deerfield Beach


Women in Distress, or WID,
recently introduced local dig-
nitaries and major sponsors to
its new campus, a 6.4-acre site
in Deerfield Beach that had
previously been an assisted
living facility. When renova-
tions are completed late this
year, the Jim and Jan Moran
Family Center in Fort Lau-
derdale will move its entire
operation to Deerfield Beach
and increase its shelter beds
from 62 to a possible 132.
The three Fort Lauderdale
buildings are up for sale.
In operation since 1974,
WID has not, until now,
significantly increased its
bed space. The move and


expansion is made possible
by a $939,000 grant from the
Department of Children and
Families and major supporters
such as the law firm of Roth-
stein, Rosenfeldt Adler; James
A. Cummings and Showtime
Construction and architects
the IBI Group. WID will kick
off a capital campaign later
this year to raise funds for this
project.
Last year, WID provided
shelter to 503 women and
children, but turned away 857
for lack of space.
The new campus will house
five buildings totaling 64,000
square feet.


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Mahaney
Continued from page 1
Mahaney said he believes the
move paved the way for fu-
ture savings and efficiencies.
Gordon officially retired
after being placed on extend-
ed sick leave by Mahaney.
Mahaney said this week
that the city is operating with
100 less employees than when
he came here two years ago.
That comes to about $5 mil-
lion in savings.
Two weeks ago at a
special meeting, Mayor Peggy
Noland criticized the city
manager's use of his Black-
berry, his choice of parking
space and his failure to fill
the management positions as
well as hire a director for the
Community Redevelopment
Agency, or CRA. Commis-
sioners voted to fill the latter
position, and the job is being
advertised as a manage-


ment position that requires a
master's degree in planning
or public administration and
four years experience. The
annual salary range is $61,000
to $92,000. Mahaney said 50
resumes have been received,
and he is now going through
the hiring process. Money to
pay the CRA director comes
from the specially-funded
CRA budget, not the city's
operating fund.
Last week, Noland re-
iterated her belief in a story
published in The Pelican that
the city needs a risk manager
and a human resource director
as well as an assistant to the
city manager, a position bud-
geted but not filled. She said
Mahaney has too much on his
plate because of the efficien-
cies he has put in place and
said she was not comfortable
with a city of 800 employees
operating without this person-
nel.


Mohorn
Continued from page 4
Scene talent show and always
joins the December holiday
parade. On Culture Day in the
Village, she honors her father
by preparing Bahamian food
recipes from his childhood.
When Shirley describes
her background, it's easy to
see how she became such a
giving personality, filled with
endless energy. "My mother
was everyone's mother. She
was a missionary and my role
model. She had 14 children
and managed to raise two
nephews and a niece as well.
She had enough love for all
of us.
"I was born in Georgia
but became a Floridian at two
weeks old. I was raised in
Deerfield Beach. We had five
bedrooms and one bathroom.
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evening. In between is my
time for me."
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vorced eight years later, she
raised her four children as a
single parent.
"I lost my second son this
year to a heart attack," she
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By Malcolm McClintock
PELICAN WRITER
"We offer inexpensive
home style meals in a relaxed
seaside village setting" states
co-owner Bill Sand on his
menu. And that is exactly what
you get at the aptly named
Diner-by-the-Sea located in
the town of Lauderdale-by-
the-Sea.
Open every day from 6 am
to 2 pm, this quaint eatery
formerly known as Louie's
Diner is just a short distance
from the Anglin pier. In fact,
the recently closed Pier Coffee
Shop has seen its entire staff
migrate to the
Diner.
The breakfast
options are
numerous and
affordable,
starting at
$2.99 for egg,
home fries and
toast. "But the most popular
selection is our famous 2-2-2
breakfast featuring 2 eggs,
2 strips of bacon or sausage
and 2 golden pancakes" says
Nancy Pisarzewski, the former
owner of the Pier Coffee Shop
who has brought her 42 years
of experience to the Diner-by-
the-Sea.
Another favorite is the
custom omelette made with
Seggs and the choice of 3
items such as bacon, cheese,
diced ham, green peppers,
mushrooms, onions, salsa,
spinach, tomatoes or turkey.


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For a quick trip to Europe,
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offers a Wienershnitzel "a la
Holstein" breakfast plate that
features a breaded pork chop
topped with eggs. Of course,
classic French toast, biscuits
and gravy, muffins and
Danishes, corn beef hash and
all other breakfast stalwarts
are readily available.


"Our lunches are also very
popular, especially the Beach
Lunch Boxes we offer for
those spending the day by
the water" says Bill Sand as
he takes an order for a fully
loaded Turkey club sandwich
served with lettuce, tomato,
onion, fries, coleslaw and
a dill pickle. The Beach
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Diner by the

Sea
Continued from page 13


"Must purchase 2 Beverages"


The Kobe burgers with grilled onions
and fries are a favorite of regular
customers.


Waitress Madeline brings a serving
of eggs, bacon and home fries with
bacon morsels.
repeat business.
The highlight of a visit
to the Diner-by-the-Sea is
a piece of waitress Fuji's
mouthwatering key lime pie.
This heavenly dessert can
be purchased by the slice or
in its entirety with a bit of
forewarning.
With not a single item on
the menu priced over $9, an


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outing at the Diner will leave
plenty of money in your
billfold. They also have ample
parking in the back or city
parking all around.
With friendly ambiance,
great food and steps away
from the beach, the Diner-by-
the-Sea is the ideal place to
start your day or drop by for a
tasty lunch. .


But for those wanting a bit
of shade with their meal, the
Diner-by-the-Sea offers a
host of filling choices that can
be enjoyed in the restaurant.
The hearty 4 lb all beef
burgers are a fan favorite
(the delectable Boca veggie
burger is a great choice for
vegetarians). The Coney
Island hot dogs can be ordered
plain or with all the fixins'
including sauerkraut and chili.
For the health conscious,
soups and salads abound.
The Caesar salad-is tossed
with homemade dressing
and topped with parmesan
and croutons. The fresh
Garden salad is loaded with
cucumber, tomato, red onion,
black olives, garbanzo beans
and the choice of French,
Italian, Ranch or Thousand
Island dressing.
The Diner-by-the-Sea also
has a great selection of melts
and wraps. The roast turkey or
beef melts are sure to please
while the chicken, tuna or
turkey wraps are served in
a spinach flour wrap with
lettuce, tomato and onion.
Daily lunch specials starting
at $5.99 are also available.
Meatloaf with mashed
potatoes, Philly cheese steak
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College
Continued from page 6

to align ourselves with stu-
dents who have this interest."
Twenty students recently
admitted to Princeton in New
Jersey will inaugurate the
university's Bridge Year Pro-
gram this fall. They'll head
off in small groups for nine
months of service work "ev-
erything from assisting street
children in Ghana to aiding
eco-friendly construction in
India. The university covers
core expenses and gives extra
funding to those who can't af-
ford airfare and incidentals."
Part of a series of Princ-
eton initiatives to expand
global awareness, Bridge Year
also aims to "give students a
respite from the pressure to
excel and achieve academi-
cally that now dominates the


lives of successful high school
students," said President Shir-
ley Tilghman when
announcing the program
last year.
"What I'll learn in India is
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"This program is amaz-
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message that we actually can
make a difference, and gets
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ground in the US since the
1980s, says Holly Bull, presi-
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was only able to set correct
amounts for the total Just
Value (Market Value) of a
property. This left the internal
division between the land and
the building or improvements
value entirely arbitrary.
Using mass-appraisal
methods the process of
valuing a group of properties


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as of a given date, using
standard methods, employing
common data, and allowing
for statistical testing we
equalized land values this
year by neighborhood, not
just by subdivision within a
neighborhood.
This means the square-foot
land value for dry lots in a
neighborhood should be the
same for other comparable
dry lots in the same area.
Lots along a golf course will
be valued the same as other
lots along the same golf
course. Point lots valued the
same as other nearby point
lots. Homes such as yours
located along a canal will
be valued the same as other
similar waterfront lots along
a canal in your neighborhood
and so on.
You can assist us in
improving and updating our
property records. Please
take a few minutes to help
ensure our records about your
property are correct. If you
are computer friendly, be sure
to look up your property on
our website at wWw.bcpa.
net and review the building
sketches on those pages.
Just click on the blue "See
Sketch" link on the lower
right hand side of the property
record page and please
call 954.357.6831 or email
jchestler@bcpa.net, if you
see any errors in the sketch
of your home. If you believe
we incorrectly paired your lot
versus your neighbor's land
value, please contact our Land
Section at 954.357.6890 or
email mtaravella@bcpa.net.

Sincerely,
Lori Parrish, CFA

If you have a question for
Lori, please email her at
lori@bcpa.net or write to
her at the Broward County
Property Appraiser's Office,
115 South Andrews Avenue,
Room 111, Fort Lauderdale,
FL 33301. (July 2009)



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Special to The Pelican
Community Presbyterian
Church will mark the 500th
anniversary of the birth of
John Calvin in both 8:30 and
10:30 a.m. services. The
community is invited to attend
and join in the celebration.
John Calvin, born July 10,
1509, in Noyon (Picardy),
France, was a Protestant
theologian and reformer and


spiritual father of over 700
Christian denominations
worldwide. Recently, Dutch
Prime Minister Jan Peter
Balkenende noted that Cal-
vin "was not only a church
reformer but a transformer of
all of society. His work influ-
enced every terrain of life."
Interim Pastor, Dwyn
Mounger, will speak on "Be-
ing Reformed."


Pompano Green Market open on
Saturday at Founders Park
The Pompano Beach Green Market continues ,,
through the summer months at Founders Park, 215 ./
Northeast Fourth Avenue, Pompano Beach.
Vendors offer fresh vegetables, fish, plants and
other crafts.
The Summer Green market takes place from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Proceeds benefit the Pompano Beach Historical Society.


Thanks will be given for
Calvin's influence on Chris-
tianity, government and the
educational ideals of our
western nations, especially the
U.S.A. Hymns and psalms
from the Huguenot (French
Protestant) tradition will be
sung.
Come and bring friends
to Community Presbyterian
Church, dubbed "The Steeple
on the Beach." The church
is located on A1A at 1920
SE Fourth Street. Parking is
readily available and compli-
mentary. A nursery is pro-
vided free of charge during all
services.
Call 954-427-0222 or visit
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JEWISH CENTER
AT TEMPLE SHOLOM
-APraoessive Conservaive Congregation
Invites you to visit and to join
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
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SCHURRCH
Sat. Evening Viil: 4:30pm 6:30pm(Spanish)
Sun. Mass Schedule: 830 am 10:30 am
Weekdays: Monday Saturday 8:00 am
Friday 5f30pm only
3331 NE. 10th Terrace
Pompano Beach
954-941-8117


Sunday:
Eucharist 8:00 am & 10:30 am
Children's Programs 10:30 am
Adult Ed 9:30
Thursday:
Eucharist & Healing Service 10 am
Followed ByBible Study
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CHRIST CHURCH St. Philip
UNITED METHODIST Episcop' Church
465 N.W. 15th St. Pompano Beach
SUNDAY WORSHIP- 8:00 A.M. 954-785-2437
TRADITIONAL COMMUNION SERVICE Rev. Dr.johln N ga
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Adult Bible Fellowship 9:30 & 11:00 am
138 NE First Street Pompano Beach, FL 33060-6690
Phone: 954-745-6100 www.fbcpompano.org


Unitarian Universalist Church

of Fort Lauderdale
Open Open
Hearts Minds
A Center for Liberal Religious Values
and Social Action in Fort Lauderdale
Services & RE classes Sunday at 11:00am
3970 NW 21st Avenue, Fort Lauderdale
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community room. This extra
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Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
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dog days to come. Call the
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Lighthouse to
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July 25
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historic Hillsboro Lighthouse
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year-old Lighthouse will be
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HLPS Gift Shop will be open
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checks are honored, but not
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Zion Developmental Learn-
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In celebration of the 4th
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their hand made red, white,
and blue hats and T-shirts for
a holiday parade around the
school's court yard for the
school staff and parents to
enjoy.
After their march, a pic-
nic of hotdogs, potato chips,
watermelon and juice was
held under the big oak trees
while they continued to listen
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Spangled Banner, America
the Beautiful and Yankee
Doodle, just to name a few.


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