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1500-A E. Atlantic Blvd.
Pompano Beach, FL
..' 33060


Hometown News & Views


AUGUST 21 2009 * POMPANO BEACH * DEERFIELD BEACH * LIGHTHOUSE POINT * LAUDEKOALJ.-jDY-lInt-;3A


Vol. XV, Issue 34


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Bench ads going

away like the

buggy whip?
Lean times and new bus shel-
ters impact Kiwanis gift giving

By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Like a lot of other people in reces-
sionary times, members of the Deer-
field Beach Kiwanis Club are search-
ing for new ways to bring in revenue.
For almost 30 years, the club
controlled bus bench advertising in
the city, a lucrative form of fund rais-
ing that enabled them to give away as
much as $32,000 a year to local chari-
ties.
Now, the club is trying to find
ways to replace the revenue that will
be lost on 26 benches including 20
locations where Broward County will
install bus shelters; another six taken in
the renovation of Hillsboro Boulevard
east of US 1. The county is placing the
new shelters, purchased with federal
stimulus dollars, along the most trav-
eled routes where stops commanded
the most advertising dollars.
Impacted by changing economic
times, nearly 50 percent of the Kiwanis
bench locations show 'white space' or
public service announcements.
Along Hillsboro Boulevard, there
are at least 10 bench signs advertis-
ing for advertisers. Typically, Kiwanis
President Jerry Behan said, a business
located near a bus stop bench will
place advertising that directs motorists
to its door. "It's cheap and effective,"
Behan said. "And right now, there are a
lot of opportunities."
The benches were built originally
at Deerfield Builders Supply owned by
the Dietrichs, Ed Sr. and his son, Ed,
who are still Kiwanians.
Before the recent changes, there
were about 110 stops on major high-
ways throughout Deerfield Beach.
Barbara Tomszak owns Bench


See BENCHES on page 14


If you're thinking fresh or selling fresh, the Pompano Beach Green market has a place for you this
fall at the Seventh Season Green Market. [Photo courtesy of Pompano Beach Historical Society]

Pompano Beach Mayor gives

chamber members 'heads up'

on state of the city


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF

Business leaders throughout Pom-
pano Beach gathered at the Oaks Club
in Palm Aire for Pompano Beach
Mayor Lamar Fisher's 'State of the
City' address.
Hot issues included the state of
the WCI Communities luxury condo,
East Atlantic Boulevard and A1A, the
city's contract with Broward Sheriff's
Office, the future of the pier restau-
rant and the city's budget.
Fisher said WCI is in bankruptcy
and is selling two of its lots: the
condominium and the undeveloped


beachfront lot on Atlantic Boulevard
and Pompano Beach Boulevard. The
offer, around $40 million, has not been
accepted by
the bankruptcy
courts.
Fisher
added that the
third lot, lot
"C," located
on Atlantic
Boulevard and
the Intracoastal
FISHER Waterway was
not included in the
buy-out. Fisher added that he will con-
tinue to push for that lot to be donated
See MAYOR on page 5


Pompano beats

new paths

towards a future

look
By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
There's nothing pedestrian about
Pompano Beach roads, and city of-
ficials want to do something about it,
hoping pedestrian traffic will increase
and have a positive impact on the
business community.
Two roads, Dr. Martin Luther
King Boulevard and East Atlantic
Boulevard, are in the spotlight for
renovation.
MLK Boulevard is the focus of
Pompano Beach officials hoping to
create an Educational Corridor, which
will be an extension of a similar cor-
ridor already in the works in Coconut
Creek. MLK Boulevard west of the
Ronald Reagan Turnpike becomes
Coconut Creek Boulevard.
Christopher Clemens, Pompano

See ROADS on page 3


LBTS

commissioners

seek funding for

new monument

By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
The town of Lauderdale-By-The-
Sea is looking for donations to fund
a monument to honor all those who
have served on the Town Commission
since 1947.
Commissioners unanimously
agreed to ask for donations rather than
OK spending $4,500 in public funds
for the engraved granite monument.
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budget, Pompano Beach com-
missioners plan to run the city
without much of a pinch in
services and a long lean look
at dollars for Broward Sheriff
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sents the general budget, that
part that is supported by ad
valorum taxes. More than half
of the general budget [52 per-
cent] is for police and fire.
The fire budget, $31.2
million, is an increase of 12
percent that reflects the move
of ocean rescue services from
the parks and recreation bud-
get to the fire budget.
Residents will also see an
increase in the fire assessment
from $75 to $111. Commer-
cial properties will also reflect
an increase, which is based
on the square-footage of the
commercial building.
Brian Donovan, budget
director, explained a per-
son with a home valued at
$250,000 in 2008 paid $857
in city taxes after homestead
reductions on $50,000. This
year the same house, which
decreased in value, and after
the $50,000 exemption will be
taxed on the final appraisal of
$178,000, leaving the prop-
erty owner with a city tax bill
of $831.
Homeowners who have
held homesteaded property
for several years may see an
increase in their taxes because
of a state mandate that allows
taxing authorities to increase


the taxable value annually
based on the cost of living or
three percent, depending upon
which is lower.
Homeowners who pur-
chased homes at the height of
the market have experienced
large drops in the values of
their homes and will see a
decrease in their taxes.
BSO contract could
be the deal breaker
Pompano Beach is the
fourth largest city in Broward
County, and for the past five
years, BSO has been contract-
ed as the city's police.
The city budget includes
a $2 million increase in the
BSO contract, but unless con-
cessions are made on the part
of BSO, the city may have
to return to a city-operated
police force.
While the contract is still
under negotiation, BSO offi-
cials are looking to dismantle
parts of the original contract
five years ago.
At that time, BSO agreed
to pay the city $1 million
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BSO wants the city to replace
the public safety building's
fuel station, a cost of $1mil-
lion.
Those changes, still on
the table would cost taxpayers
another $2 million.
The final police contract
will be determined by the city
commissioners at public hear-
ings in December.


Briefs

It's the

public's turn
The public will have its
say on Deerfield's proposed
$142 million budget Thurs-
day, Aug. 27, 7 p.m. at city
hall. Commissioners will hold
another workshop on the fis-
cal plan Monday, Aug. 24.

Deerfield

students will

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principals
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been named to Deerfield
Beach schools for the upcom-
ing year. Introduced Tuesday
at the city commission meet-
ing by School Board repre-
sentative Dr. Bob Parks were
Christine Flynn, Deerfield
Beach Middle School; Sabine
Phillips, Crystal Lake Middle
School; Camille Fantello,
Teddar Elementary; and Mike
Walker, Parkridge Elementary.
Flynn comes to her new
assignment from West Glades,
an "A" school for the past
seven years. Phillips was
formerly in administrative
positions at Coconut Creek
High School and Pompano
Beach High School. Fantillo
was at Parkside Elementary in
Coral Springs and announced
that Teddar will celebrate its
50th year in 2010. Walker
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Roads
Continued from page 1

Beach planner, says the idea is
to create a corridor that offers
a connection to the six edu-
cational centers in Pompano
Beach.
Clemens says the idea is
only in the planning stages,
but ideas for landscaping,
transit, benches, lighting and
wider sidewalks will give the
city a more attractive entrance
from the turnpike exit.
Most of the funding in
Coconut Creek for the corri-
dor has been amassed through
grants, and Clemens hopes
that grants will also fund the
corridor in Pompano Beach.
Further east, a unique re-
lationship between the Florida
Department of Transportation,
or FDOT, and the city's East
Community Redevelopment
Agency, or CRA, has resulted
in new plans to turn Atlantic
Boulevard from U.S. Fed-
eral Highway to the Atlantic
Bridge into a pedestrian-
friendlier walk.
Clemens explains that
at a recent meeting between
FDOT to resurface that same
section of Atlantic Boulevard
caught the eye of Economic
Advisory Board member Roy
Rogers.
Clemens explains. When


Rogers saw that the state was
tearing up the streets for one
project with the CRA coming
close on the heels for another
renovation project, it made
more sense to combine the
projects.
After meeting with Jim
Wolfe, FDOT District 4, the
solution was to work in tan-
dem as one project.
Wolfe explained that At-
lantic Boulevard may appear
in some places to be a six-lane
road, but in some places the
lanes become parking spots or
right-hand turns.
"We agreed to work with
the city and the economic
group to re-design Atlantic
Boulevard with landscaping,
wider sidewalks and other
aesthetic designs that will
stimulate pedestrian traffic,
add sidewalk cafes and more
green space where lanes can


be removed," said Wolfe.
On the west side of At-
lantic Boulevard, city-owned
parking lots will also get a
facelift.
Clemens explained that
plans so far will include
renovation of the city parking
lots from Caf6 Maxx to Mr.
Fish on the Boulevard. That
could include landscaping in
the parking lot and widening
of sidewalks in front of the
shops.
Clemens expects the
Atlantic Boulevard project to
be completed by the end of
this year.
Funding for the project
will be shared by FDOT and
CRA funds.
The city commission is on
vacation during August and
is expected to discuss both
projects in September.


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Pompano Green Market set for Seventh Season


By Dan Hobby
POMPANO BEACH HISTORICAL
SOCIETY
The Pompano Beach
Green Market will begin its
seventh season on Saturday,
Oct. 31. Once again, it will
be located on Flagler Avenue,
between NE 1 and 2 Streets,
in Pompano Beach's historic
downtown.
The Green Market has the
best vendors of fresh, local
fruits and vegetables, seafood,
specialty food items, gour-
met teas, orchids, plants and
flowers, as well as homemade
crafts, health-related products
and art.
Sherry and Mike Rybak,
By Their Fruits, will be on
hand with rows of fresh veg-
etables, fruits and homemade
hummus treats.
Norm Purcell, From Boat
to You, will again offer fresh
fish and seafood treats.
Maria and George Perez
will have delightful home-
made soaps that may inspire
shoppers to get a leg up on
their holiday shopping.
Historical buffs will want
to visit Ruth Apple's tent,
packed with old prints of
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County.
Tea lovers will have a
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freshing and healthy teas from
Janel Rowe's Teaphoria.
But, there is always room
for more. Currently the orga-
nizing committee is seeking
high-quality vendors to par-
ticipate in this year's market.
Those interested in joining
the Green Market can visit its
website at www.pompanohis-
tory.com (click on the Green
market link) and download a
vendor guideline and applica-
tion.
Fresh pies, orchids and
fresh juices are also available.
And one part of the Sat-
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Mayor

CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
to the city for a park.
Regarding public safety,
Fisher reiterated that after a
six-month study by Willdan
Homeland Solutions, the city
is considering a move to ter-
minate the Broward Sheriff's
Office and form its own city
police force, a recommenda-
tion from the Willdan study.
Fisher said the study indi-
cated a sayings of $10 million
for taxpayers and a letter of
intent to terminate has already
been sent to BSO Sheriff Al
Lamberti.
But he added, "The study
is now being reviewed to see
if the numbers were real. BSO
has been put on a two-year
notice."
New city manager
The city has been under
the management of Interim
City Manager Phyllis Korab
since City Manager Keith
Chadwell resigned last May
after almost two years of
a five-year contract. Ko-
rab served as assistant city
manager under Chadwell
and former city manager Bill
Hargett.
Fisher said the city has
hired a Boca Raton group,
Mercer, to search, interview
and present candidates to the
city commission for review as
early as October.
"Make no mistake,"
Fisher said. "The new city
manager will be vetted [by


this city]. I expect the com-
mission to hire a new manager
by December."
Redevelopment
Regarding new and
changed development in Pom-
pano Beach, Fisher reported
that Vesuvio's Restaurant,
2715 E Atlantic Blvd., has
been sold, and the new owner
is redeveloping the building
into four units.
A new Broward County
regional library is planned for
the land adjacent to Pompano
Beach City Hall. Plans for the
Municipal Pier Restaurant are
still in negotiation.
Proposed city budget
On tax, Fisher said the
city's $214.million budget
represents "a city about as
lean as it can get." He added
that the final proposed budget
was the result of "eliminat-
ing all city vacancies, trim-
ming city donations to local


charities, increasing the fire
assessments and shifting parks
and recreation ground mainte-
nance to public works."
While there were no loss
of positions in the city's bud-
get, no vacant positions are
expected to be filled.
Fisher added that former
city manager Hargett had "put
the city in a position to be
debt free."
The Pompano Beach
Chamber of Commerce break-
fast was hosted by Frank H.
Furman Insurance, Pompano
Beach.
Upcoming chamber
events include the 27th An-
nual Golf Tournament at the
Palm Aire Mighty Oaks Golf
course on Oct. 2. The event
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ESTABLISHED 1993
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Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Neuberger, Lorraine Andy,
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Put instruments of music in their

hands, and there will be harmony

By Anne Siren
PUBLISHER
On Friday night, about a dozen young students performed a classical perfor-
mance at the E. Pat Larkins Civic Center. Most of them were beginners, but all
of them were serious musicians.
Their conductor, Timothy Byrns and artistic coordinator, Marie Manuel,
both accomplished musicians, knew exactly what they were doing when they
put cellos, violins, violas and flutes in the hands of these young people.
First, the youth musicians would be exposed to classical sounds, like Bach,
Beethoven, Dvorak and Vivaldi.'
Byrns and Manuel knew that a musical conversation will take place eventu-
ally. And throughout this conversation the musicians will be listening to each
other as the notes would blend into the harmony that leads to exultation.
When children are in the act of learning, they focus outside of themselves
whether they are stacking building blocks or practicing Vivaldi.
Some research even suggests that classical music increases intelligence.
Other research suggest classical music promotes good behavior. Since we have
found nothing definitive in either suggestion, we're willing to let the sociolo-
gists duke it out.
But anyone who had the good fortune to catch this concert, presented by-
Changing Directions 4 Youth & Families, Inc., saw and felt the impact of this
concert.
Talking to the musicians later, we learned that they feel different about
themselves as musicians. They feel a notch above the pack because they have a
skill that is unique.
This summer, Changing Directions worked on a very lean budget, asking
staff members and music teachers to give more for less compensation. All of the
students look forward to the next concert. And most of them were playing with
borrowed instruments that had to be returned this month.
Changing Directions is a serious program for children at risk in Pompano
Beach. They like other charities have seen drastic cuts to no funding at all.
Pompano Beach cannot afford to lose this group. To find out more about
Changing Directions to make a donation, call 954-545-9800 or 954-793-1172.



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Your mind, like your body

needs a little break from stress
Dear Debbie,
There is a lot of turmoil in my life, and I can't stop thinking about it. How
can I relax my mind so that I can think clearly and make good decisions?


When life is chaotic, it is difficult to relax your
mind. You may be convinced that you can gain control
and resolve the situation by constantly thinking about
it. This belief often results in a merry-go-round of
frenzied thoughts and wasted energy. Your mind over-
analyzes in order to keep you detached from the present
moment, which then diverts your attention from any
strong emotions related to your situation.
It is important that you confront your feelings,
since that will be the key to relaxing your mind and
seeing your situation clearly. While going through your
internal process, set aside some quiet time to meditate,
go to the beach, exercise, really anything that works for
you that would help change the energy.
Once you have shifted your energy, you can revisit
your situation and examine the root of your turmoil.
Honestly explore your situation and then define the
steps that can be taken.
Differentiate between what you can and cannot
change about your situation. Then focus your efforts
on what you can realistically work on and release what
is not in your realm of control. Regardless of how you
got in this situation, it is important that you accept and
embrace your reality.
This acceptance will bring you inner peace, help
you connect to your intuition and enable you to make


Debbie Gottlieb, MSW
works with individuals,
couples and families to
help them uncover inner
strengths and rediscover
their true selves through
mind, body and spirit.
Debbie works with three
therapist colleagues who
embrace the holistic ap-
proach. She can be found
at The Growth and Healing
Wellness Center, www.
growandheal.com, 2400 W.
Cypress Creek Road #205,
Fort Lauderdale, 954- 491-
2079.


good decisions. It may be difficult at first to accept your situation, but once you
do, no matter your circumstance, your life will improve.
Please be advised that the advice written in this column is not a substitu-
tion for psychotherapy.


Broward County Commissioner

Kristin Jacobs to Host Series of

Town Hall Meetings
The economy, budget concerns, environment, public transportation, the
2010 Census and the outlook for the future are just some of the general topics
that will be discussed at a series of town hall meetings scheduled throughout
District 2 by Broward County Commissioner Kristin Jacobs.
"Hosting a meeting in each city in the evening makes it easy and convenient
for those who may not want to travel downtown or to my district office to meet
with me," said Commissioner Jacobs. "I also want to bring residents up to date
on county issues that impact all of us, and I want to discuss their concerns and
listen to their ideas." Below is the time and date for each city.
For more information, call 954-357-7002 or email kjacobs@broward.org.
Pompano Beach, Sept. 15, at 7 p.m. at the Emma Lou Olson Civic Center
1801 NE 6 St.
Deerfield Beach, Oct 15, at 6:30 p.m. at The School House at the City of
Deerfield Beach, 150 N.E. 2nd Avenue


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Business


Annual

Democrats

Labor Day

Picnic

promises

rising stars

in the party
There will be plenty of
Democrats, hot dogs, ham-
burgers and speeches on Sept.
7 starting at 1 p.m. at Pom-
pano Beach Community Park
in celebration of Labor Day.
The event is sponsored by the
North Broward Democratic
Club. Everyone is asked to
bring a covered dish to share
along with a beverage and a
chair. Call 954-785-0960 or
email DEMWOMAN@aol.
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Relay for

Life fund

raiser at CJ's

Draft house
On August 22, from.5
to midnight, patrons at CJ's
Draft House, 1825 E. Hills-
boro Beach Blvd., Deerfield
Beach, will donate a portion
of all sales to the Deerfield
Beach/Lighthouse Point Relay
team for next year's big relay
set for May, 2010.
Carlos Sanchez will chair
the 2010 event this year.
People who want to form
teams or get more information
should call Sanchez at 954-
822-9582.


North Broward Medical Center's Senior Dance

Competition at Goldcoast Ballroom a huge success


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
They could have danced
all night! However, the many
couples filling the floor of
the Goldcoast Ballroom, 1415
Lyons Road in Coconut Creek
were not on hand to strut
their own stuff, but rather to
watch their peers compete in
the North Broward Medical
Center's, or NBMC's, Fourth
Annual Senior Dance Compe-
tition.
Over 100 seniors, from
65 to 95, had auditioned
throughout Broward County
for this popular senior dance
competition and on Aug. 7
at 2 p.m. over 600 men and
women packed the ballroom
to see the top ten contenders
face off for first, second and
third place.
Goldcoast was impressively
festive for the occasion with
twinkling lights and the magi-
cal sounds of Frank Sinatra,
Tony Bennett, Sammy Davis
Jr. and many more crooners
from the 40s and 50s floating
through the ballroom.
The music triggered a spon-
taneous reaction as couple
after couple stood up, leaving
their tables to dance, dance,
and dance some more until the
competition began.
Lyn Clark, NBMC's re-
gional manager of marketing
and physician relations, wel-
comed everyone to this free
community event, created
for the Center's Neurologi-
cal Institute to illustrate the
wonderful benefits of danc-
ing. The medical director of
the institute, Dr. H. Murray
Todd, tells seniors at every
opportunity about the value
of keeping their brains active
with activities like dancing
that help prevent degenerative
neurological diseases includ-
ing memory loss. Beaming
at the all dancers, Todd says,


First Place, $500 award goes to Zelda Mesa, 72 year old contestant from Mar-
gate who knocked everyone out with her creative solo dance to Afro-Cuban
music. Married for 52 years, she has 4 children, 9 grandchildren and 4 step
grandchildren.


"It's a thrill to see so many
of my caregivers and even
patients dancing to post-
pone memory loss. Your
enthusiastic embracing of the
complicated dances you do
so well proves the single best
exercise for the total body
and mind is dancing."
And with a drum roll the
floor cleared and the contest
began with couples who have
mastered the dance steps for
swing, jitterbug, cha-cha, tan-
go, rhumba and in one case,
a solo Afro-Cuban dance.
Participants were Tony,72,
and Linda, 69, Murguia from
Cooper City; Herbert Moss,
84, Coconut Creek and Billie


Cohen, 84, Sunrise; Jose,81,
and Helvia,75, Encarnacion of
Coconut Creek; Larry Mos-
kowitz, 81, and Sandy Meyers,
75, of Deerfield Beach; Larry
Klein, 77, and Faith Macnow,
84 of Davie; Stephen, 81, and
Helen, 80, Jubinski of Deer-
field Beach; Francois Szony,
83, Davie and Mitzie Rice,71,
Deerfield Beach; solo perform-
er, Zelda Mesa, 72, Margate;
Mickey Cohen, 88, Coconut
Creek and Michelle lannelli,
65, Margate; Rafael,75, and
Meryam,70, Vance of Deerfield
Beach.
The seven non professional,
volunteer dance judges took
their task seriously, each grad-


Tony and Linda Murguia


Billie Cohen and Herbert Moss

ing on a point system in
over five categories. When
the contestants finished, the
judges were sequestered and
points tallied up. They all
agreed with Howley who
said, "They were all so good,
it was a tough decision." The
judges were: CBS4 Anchor
Eliott Rodriguez; Lissette
Gonzalez, CBS4; Phyl-
lis J. Neuberger, Pompano
Pelican; Nancy Vallejo,
Solutions by Nancy; Pauline
Grant, CEO of NBMC; Dr.
H. Murray Todd, neurolo-
gist and medical director of
NMBC Memory Disorder
Center; Sara Howley, vice
president of Broward Health
Communications & Market-
ing.
And the winners are:
First Place, $500 award
goes to Zelda Mesa, 72 year
old contestant from Margate

See DANCE on page 9


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Monument
Continued from page 1
July 14 meeting. The monu-
ment will be placed in the
portico at Jarvis Hall.
Mayor Roseann Minnet
and Commissioner Birute
Clottey suggested getting
residents involved and asking
for contributions.
If they don't receive
enough in donations, Vice
Mayor Jerry McIntee sug-
gested they use funds leftover
from the budget for the town's
July 4 celebration.


Once the new monu-
ment is up, Commissioner
Stuart Dodd asked that the
four bronze plaques with the
names of the previous com-
mission and mayor be re-
moved at the beach portals.
No donations for the mon-
ument have been received,
Steve d'Oliveira, public infor-
mation officer, said this week.
Checks to help defray
costs for the monument can
be made out to the town and
mailed to Town Hall, 4501
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be on hand at the American
Legion Post 142, 171 SW 2
St., Pompano Beach on Aug.
29 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
All donors will receive
free hot dogs or hamburgers.
Call 954-942-2448.


Call for art

lovers
Adam White and the
artists of Gallery 101 will
host the grand opening of its
studio, Aug. 22, from 7 to 11
p.m. at 3042 N. Federal Hwy.,
Fort Lauderdale. Local Pom-
pano Beach artist, LeeAnna
Yater will be among the ex-
hibitors. Call 954-882-1861.


Seniors

to meet at

Pompano

Center

The North Broward
Senior Citizen Club will meet
Sept. 3 at 1 p.m. at the Emma
Lou Olson Civic Center, 1801
NE 6 St., Pompano Beach.
Blood pressure readings will
be taken from 11:45 a.m. to
12:45 P.m. Call 954-970-
1730.


Health

screenings

at NE Focal

Point
NE Focal Point, 227 NW
2 St., will offer mammogra-
phy screenings Sept. 4 from
8:30 a.m. to noon.
Proof of ID, such as a
driver's License, insurance
card, Social Security card and
proof of mailing address will
be required. Medicare and
most insurances or private
payment of $58 will be ac-
cepted. Call 954-480-4460.

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Dance
Continued from page 7
who knocked everyone out
with her creative solo dance
to Afro-Cuban music. Mar-
ried for 52 years, she has 4
children, 9 grandchildren and
4 step grandchildren.
Second Place, $250 award,
goes to Larry Klein, 77, and
his partner Faith Macnow, 84,
from Davie. Larry is legally
deaf and calls Faith "his ears"
when dancing. Coincidental-
ly, both are from Bronx, NY.
Third Place, $150 prize,
goes to Tony, 72, and Linda
Murguia, 69, from Cooper
City. They've been dancing
their way through 50 years of
marriage. She's currently one
of the 'Golden Oldies' danc-
ers for the Miami Heat.
To those talented contes-
tants who didn't win, there's
always next year!
After looking at all the per-
formances of the afternoon,
CEO of NBMC Pauline


Jose, 81, and Helvia, 75 Encarnacion, contestants from Coconut Creek, were


crowd pleasers.

Grant, shook her head saying,
"I'm a believer. I'm amazed
at the energy and agility of
these men and women."
Dr. Bruce Janke, medical
director of NMBC's Joint
Replacement Center and
orthopedic surgeon, spoke
to the crowd stressing the
advantages of hip replacement
surgery done on the Hana
table. He explained that sur-
gery performed from the front


of the hip instead of the side
or back leads to a faster and
easier recovery for the patient.
To make his point, Louis
Levine, first place winner of
last year's dance off and now
recovering from a recent hip
replacement, danced with his
wife, Joyce, to wild applause
from the audience.
Dr. Adele Besner, clinical
psychologist, gave a brief
presentation of the historical
importance of dance through


the ages.
There were raffle prize win-
ners and food treats for all.
Clark thanked the generous
sponsors of this major event
including Physicians Health
Choice, Stryker, Phoenix
Physicians, LLC, First Path,
CBS4, Goldcoast Ballroom,
Star Ballroom, Century Vil-
lage and Cold, Stone Cream-
ery.
NBMC, 201 E. Sample Rd.,
is part of Broward Health
offering health care services
to residents of South Florida
for over 50 years. It is one of
the 10 largest public health
systems in the nation.
NBMC has free scheduled
lectures open to the public
throughout the year. For a
list of events on the calendar
visit website: www..Broward-
health.org.
Thank you NBMC for over
50 years of providing service
and community education.


Outdoor

Festival at

Citi Centre
Citi Centre, Pompano
Beach, will host a Free
Weekend Festival Oct. 17
and 18. Vendor applications
and sponsorships are avail-
able. All proceeds benefit
Light of the World Clinic. For
more information, visit www.
wedoevents.com or call 954-
527-0627.


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to be a program that went be-
yond teaching," said Manuel.
"One thing that we were look-
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the area. There is an orches-
tra at Crystal Lakes Middle
School, but there is nothing
for the musicians during the
summers, and high schools in
the area do not have orches-
tras."
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Manuel says these children
could be at rick.
When asked about Dillard
Performing Arts High School
in Fort Lauderdale, Manuel
says that requires busing chil-
dren from Pompano Beach.
Not all parents are willing to
have them leave.
"The arts are considered
a natural prevention method
to keep average kids from risk
factors such as drugs and teen
pregnancy," says Manuel.
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Orchestra
Continued from page 10


received a $5,000 grant from
the Community Foundation of
Broward County for its sum-
mer music program.
Staff members negotiated
instrument rentals and instru-
ment loans for the students.
"Those kids need us,"
says Byrs, advanced string
coach, who is also the princi-
pal cellist with the Symphony
of the Americas and Naples
Philharmonic.
"Absolutely these kids are
at risk," says Byrs. "Their
families are losing their
homes. Some have already
lost their jobs. Don't you
think that's at-risk?"
After a summer with his
students, Bryns says he's seen
many changes. One student
learned that practice trains
muscle memory, and he began
to advance very quickly.
Ashley Newsum, 13, has
played the violin for three
years. She began her musical
career at Crystal Lake Middle
School. Changing Directions
orchestra program gave her an
opportunity for the summer.
"Playing classical music
is playing something some-
one wrote a long time ago.
I enjoy Vivaldi and Bach. It
makes you feel like you're
playing history," says Ashley.
But when Byms jazzed up
the piece with some percus-
sion acoustics, that didn't
bother Ashley one bit. "When
we added the new twist, it
became more modem and
had more appeal to a younger
crowds."
Ashley's younger brother,
Justin, 9, plays the viola.
"Yes, I very much had a good
time at the concert. Last year
I was actually playing the
violin, but I picked the viola,"
says Justin. "Classical music
makes me feel happy. Every
time I play, I feel good. We
are all working together for
one good sound."
As successful as this
performance was, for some
children, it meant they had to
give up their instruments until
next year's camp.
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one time realtors competed
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Tomszak's company, run
until recently by her late hus-
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the City of Deerfield Beach
which gives them exclusive
rights to the bench locations,
dwindling as they may be.
They are allowed only at bus
stops. Today, many of the
benches bear public service
announcements for the city's
recycling program.
Taking up where her
husband left off, Tomszak has
joined the Deerfield Kiwanis
Club while struggling to keep
her business open.
During the good times, the
benches were a largess Behan
now calls a double-edged
sword. "There was money,
but we didn't have to go out
and build things," he said.
Nevertheless, the club
did build some things, most
notably Fort Riverbend, the
kids' playground in Pioneer
Park. Kiwanis put up the seed
money, and then organized
the community's support.


On several 'build days,'
hundreds of people came out
to assemble the play structure.
It was the first such commu-
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area in Pioneer Park was
built by a handful of Lions
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Several years after it was con-
structed, Fort Riverbend was
badly damaged by Hurricane
Wilma and had to be taken
down.
Kiwanians, in addition,
have used their money for
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historic Butler House. The
turn-of-the-century home is
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$2,500 for a future pole barn
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$5,000 each year in college
scholarships.
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294-2331.

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784-3899.8/21


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seaports and other
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Licensed. Reservations
accepted 24/7. Call 954-
638-5221.

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1975. Call 954-946-0312.
9/11

CEMETERY
PLOTS
POMPANO FOREST Lawn
North Hibiscus Gardens
Grave Site. Moving Willing
To Sacrifice $2200. Worth
$3000. Call 754-245-0142.

CONDOS FOR
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Screened Patio. Cat OK.
$120K. CALL Alma Smith
954-383-3806 Coldwell
Banker. 8/21

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OWNER DESPERATE! Price
Reduced To $172,000. 2/2
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8165.8/21

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- Waterfront. 2/2 1st Fir
Unit. Private Boat Dock
WithWater & Electric. Gated
Community. Remodeled.
Pets OK.$329K. Please Call
Alma Smith 954-383-3806.
Coldwell Banker. 8/21

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RENT
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& Laundry. No Pets. Rent/
Sale. 954-941-4848 Or 954-
788-8197.8/21

POMPANO PALMAIRE -
Large 2/2, Golf CourseView.
New Tile, Paint, Fixtures &
Appliances. Pool, Assigned
Parking. $975. Owner 678-
429-9115. 8/21

POMPANO BEACH-1 Block
To Beach. 1/1 Fully Furnished.
New Kitchen, Bath. Walkin
Closet. Full Cable, DVD,
VCR, WFI. Sept 1 Thru Dec.
$800 Plus Electric. 954-540-
9724. 8/21

FT LAUDERDALE
WATERFRONT-1/1.5Totally
Renovated. Granite Counter
Tops, Hardwood Floors.
Furnished/Unfurnished.
$1050 Month. No Pets.
954-588-1644 Or 954-696-
5936. 9/4

POMPANO BEACH
3BR, 2.5BA, OCEAN
VIEW, WASHER/DRYER.
$1750 MONTH. COSTA
PROPERTIES, INC. 954-781 -
0047. 9/4

POMPANO BEACH
INTRACOASTAL - 1/1
Furnished Apt. New Kitchen,
Carpet, Bath.Walk-in Closet.
Pool. Annual Or Seasonal.
954-788-6306. 8/21


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Condo On Lake With Great
Views. Very Nice Complex.
$775 Month. 954-263-8081.
8/21

APTS FOR RENT
DEERFIELD/POMPANO
BEACH 1 BR & 2 BR APTS
FOR RENT. Remodeled,
Paint, Tile, Etc. W & D On
Site. Pool. Call Frank 954-
545-5599. 7/17

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Bedroom 1 Bath $700 Mo.
East Of Federal. Walk To
Everything. Tiled, Patio. . F/
US. 954-295-8908. 9/4

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THE BEACH. Immediate
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Unfurnished. Efficiencies
From $695 - All Included.
1 Bedroom $999 - Includes
Cable, Internet. Low Move-
In. Coin Laundry, Pool,
Well Kept Building. Small
Pet OK. Owner Agent 954-
608-7368.

LAUD BY THE SEA 2/2
penthouse. $2000 Mo. Long
Term. Ocean View! Nice.
954-868-5560. 8/14

POMPANO BEACH Cozy
1/1 Apt With Pool & Laundry
Facilities. $675 Month. Yrly
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673-2292. 9/4

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Nice. Tiled, New Bedroom
Carpet. Large Kitchen &
Laundry Room. $900 Per
Month. 954-682-4888. 8/21

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Carport, Circular Driveway.
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298-6370. 8/21

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St. 2/1 With Large Yard & Shed.
Pets OK. $950 Mo Yrly Lease.
CalLDrad 954-783-3723. 9/4


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RENT
POMPANO BEACH Room
In Private Home. Use of
KitchenWith All Appliances
& W/D. $470 Mo. More
Information 954-366-6781.
8/21

POMPANO E. OF FEDERAL
- Near Shops, Busline &
Beach. $150 Week Includes
Utilities. Full Use of House
Incl.Pool.Senior&Small Pet
Welcome. 954-854-7367 Or
954-942-2148. 8/21




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EFFICIENCIES
FOR RENT
POMPANO BEACH-Across
From The Ocean. A1A & NE
12 Street. Large Studio's.
Starting From $675. Kitchen,
Bath, Laundry Room, Pool.
561-309-2214.

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SALES
NE FT LAUDERDALE Single
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Room. Completely Upgraded.
Park Has Many Amenities.
Turn-key & Move-in. Reduced
$12 500 954-806-9815. 8/21

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RENT
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Commercial Office with Large
Bay with Rollup Door. 3671 NE
12Ave., $850+ tax, Yearly lease.
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954-783-3723. 9/4

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Office Warehouses. 700
sf & 1400 sf. A/C in front.
Overhead doors in back.
$450 Month. 561-654-1331
or 561-998-5681.8/28

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N. Of Atlantic Blvd., Gated
Security. Elec & Water,
Nearby Parking, Beautiful
Setting, New Docks/Seawall,
No Wake Zone, No Live-
aboards. 954-471-6704.
8/28

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and cardboard from plastic
and aluminum products, resi-
dents can put both in the same
container.


Oakland Park and Deer-
field Beach were the first
cities, as part of the Broward
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move to single stream recy-
cling. Wilton Manors, Fort
Lauderdale and other munici-
palities will make the change
on Oct. 1.
"That's when our con-
tract with waste management
switches to single stream


processing," said Phil Bresee,
Broward's recycling program
manager.
The City of Parkland,
which is independent from
the county system, switched
to single stream recycling in
April 2008. "It's a very good
program," said Jim Berkman,
public services director for
Parkland, who estimates a 30
percent increase in recycling
since Parkland's single stream
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field Beach went first in order
to fix any problems and test
the new system before it's
implemented in the rest of the
county. According to Bresee,
a single stream system will
cost the county more money
to process recyclables but less
to collect.
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required to separate materials
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A former quarter horse
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reduced as arthritis began to
set in. Finally, T.K. began
the third chapter of his life
- retired in one of Florida's
premiere horse-retirement
communities, Mill Creek
Farm.
T.K.'s retirement has left
room in the herd for another
horse, as well as a void in the
hearts of those students who
found him to be the perfect
riding partner.
"T.K. was the best horse
ever and I love him," says
Cassidy Giordanella, a 14-
year-old student from Co-
conut Creek who rode T.K.
in shows and events such as
the Special Olympics. "T.K.
helped me shine and ride
like a pro. I will miss him so
much."
With a growing waiting
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participate in the Horses and
the Handicapped program,
there is a sense of urgency
to fill the stall left empty by
T.K. But because of rigorous
training requirements and the
need to find a horse with just
the right temperament to work
with students with physical
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trial period that lasts between
30 and 60 days," says Chris-
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right personality."
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Friday, August 21, 2009


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A spray that keeps Iguanas away!
ECO- (Does Not Harm Iguanas) NON
FRIENDLY . TOXIC


Repels by Odor & Taste!
Completely safe for
Humans, Pets & Birds.
ALSO REPELS:
* Squirrels
* Rabbits
* Leaf Chewers
* Aphids
* Mealybugs --
* Rust
* Beetles
* Spider Mites
* Snails
* Thrips
* White Flies
" Frogs
" Snakes
* Raccoons
* and many more!
IT WORKS SO WELL,
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HELPS PROTECT PLANTS, TREES,
FLOWERS & SHRUBS
Used by farmers, landscapers and
commercial growers. Ingredients
used as a bio-pesticide for Organic Farming


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Pompano sports registration
Pompano Beach will offer programs in cheer leading and
tumbling for girls, ages 3 to 5. Classes begin Sept. 10 at 6
p.m. at the Pompano Beach Municipal Park, 2001 NE.10 St.
Cost is $45 for residents and $45 for non residents. Call 786-
4119.

Pompano Green Market open on
Saturday at Founders Park
The Pompano Beach Green Market continues through the
summer months at Founders Park, 215 NE 4 Ave., 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.
SSc/itir
helpers
Caring In-home Companions
We encourage you to call Senior Helpers
to discuss how our services
can help your and your family.
Affordable!
Call Toll Free 866-943-9414
Licensed, Bonded and Insured
#229745


*g PetGrooming School . -
Provides technical training Custom 4 bedroom home in
for those interested in becoming
professional pet groomers. Cypress Landing at Palmaire,
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S; Tuition - 1429 Banyan Circle
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Exp. 1031-09 (Off Cypress Blvd., N of
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Dentistry at Affordable Prices

* Implants * Root Canals * Cosmetic Dentistry
* Crowns * Bleaching * Cleaning
* Dentures * Extractions (Including Wisdom Teeth)

-Emergencies Seen Right Away-

-Walk-In Patients Welcome-


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THE PATIENT AND ANY OTHER PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYMENT HAS THE RIGHT TO REFUSE TO. PAYI CAOEL PAYMENT OR BE (No HMO's)
REIMBURSED FOR PAYMENT FOR ANY SERVICE, EXAMINATION, OR TREATMENT THAT. IS PERFORMED.AS A RESULT.OF. AND'WltHlIN .2'_' .NIGAVAILABLE -
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MINI IMPLANTS
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$624 605
Per Implant for Lower Denture :


CROWNS

$675
Porcelain Fused to
Non-Precious Metal 2751


$ 29 * Prophylactic Cleaning 1110
, * 22 Bite Wing X-Rays272

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BLEACHING

$119
Both for $228
Upper or Lower Metal 3960


ALL DENTURE
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$25
Full Upper or Lower 5510-5520


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Lighthouse
Point sports
registration
Pee Wee soccer and cheer
leading registrations will take
place at Frank McDonough
Park in Lighthouse Point at 9
a.m.
Cheer leading programs
are open for girls, ages 6 to
11. Pee Wee soccer is open to
boys and girls, ages 7 to 9.
Flag football registration,
open to boys and girls, takes
place at Dan Witt Park on
Wednesday, Aug. 26 at 7 p.m.

What's Up
around

town?
Call 954-783-8700


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