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September 18 2009 • Pompano Beach • Deerfield Beach • Lighthouse Point • Lauderdaie-By-The-Sea voi xv, issue 38
Turtle Nesting Season is here! Turtle Nesting Season is here!
Storm water pipes
in Lauderdale-
By-The-Sea need
more than 'piece-
meal' patching say
Turtle Nesting Season is
commissioners

By Judy Vik_____________________
Pelican Writer
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea is get-
ting more water than it wants, and the
problems lie underground.
From standing pools of water to
near-flooded streets after a rain, the
drainage system is not working effi-
ciently enough to satisfy residents.
This week town commissioners
unanimously agreed to fund a drain-
age study by Chen & Associates at a
cost of $98,000 to see where the work
needs to be done.
They made that move rather than
continue to make improvements one at
a time. They also tabled until Oct. 13,
an approval of a contractor for Com-
mercial Boulevard drainage improve-
ments near the town's new beach

See Storm water on page 9
Students from
Wilton Manors
Elementary
School watch
President
Obama give
his Sept. 8
speech to
students across
the country.
Some parents
objected to the
planned ad-
dress, accusing
the president
of wanting to
use the speech
to indoctri-
nate students.
[Staff photo]
President's speech inspires student to 'work harder'
By Michael d'Oliveira
Pelican Staff
President Barrack Obama's
speech to students across the country
has been labeled as both inspiration
and, before it was given, indoctrina-
tion but fourth grade student Gabriella
Smith just thought it was cool.
"I think it was cool that he went
See SPEECH on page 14
Pompano Beach CRA cuts ties with Hawkins
Homes, Simpson Development companies
By Judy Wilson
Pelican writer

The city has terminated its con-
tract with the community organization
formed to develop and market the Or-
tinique project, a complex of afford-
able single-family homes in Pompano
Beach's Collier City community. The
CEHDA, administered by Hawkins
Homes and its owners Charles and
Emma Ellington, was cited for fail-
ure to build all 42 homes planned for
Ortinique, for selling the 31 completed
units to families that do not meet the
low or very low income requirement
and for not showing proof of insur-

See CRA on page 2
Sand & Spurs pals plan reunion
at Pompano Beach equine stables
By Anne Siren
Pelican staff
Liz Adams has stabled horses at Sand & Spurs since 1962. She doesn't
remember how many over the years.
But ask her one question about the days when she walked to the stables
to ride, groom and exercise her horse, and the memories take over.
She remembers Ferd Giidersleeve, a former U.S. Cavahyman who
See SAND & SPURS on page 3
No changes in LBTS fire
assessment, property taxes
By Judy Vik
Pelican Writer

Commissioners in Lauderdale-By-
The-Sea set the final fire assessment
rate for fire protection services at $130
per residence for the new fiscal year at
a special public hearing Monday. The
rate remains the same as last year.
The vote was 4 to 0. Commis-
sioner Birute Clottey was absent.
Commissioners tentatively set the
millage rate at 3.999 mils per $1,000
of taxable assessed property value.
This rate also is the same as last year.
The budget was tentatively set at
$16.47 million, a decline of $1.28 mil-
lion or 7.22 percent from last year.

See LBTS TAXES on page 18
Miami Dolphin, Pompano Mayor
to race for Boys & Girls Clubs
Special to The Pelican
Former Miami Dolphins star Keith Sims will be competing in the
biggest horse race of his career on Sat., Sept. 26 at the Isle Casino Racing
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Friday, September 18,2009
CRA
Continued fi-om page 1
In each instance, Brown
said the parties in default have
made no effort to come to
terms with the city.
The action was taken
Monday night at a meeting of
the Community Redevelop-
ment Agency and was recom-
mended by CRA Manager
Chris Brown. The commis-
sion, at Brown's request, also
te^jqainated an agreement with
Hawkins Homes to build eight
affordable townhomes at Leg-
acy II on NW 13 Street and
another contract with Haven
Economic Development Inc.
to construct four affordable
single family homes.
In each case, the proper-
ty conveyed to the CEHDA,
will be returned to the CRA.
Brown recommended the
CRA select a new builder
for the 11 unbuilt lots in Or-
tinique. The current builder,
Simpson Developers, Inc.
was contracted to complete
the project by June 2008 and
has not shown proof of the
requisite insurance cover-
age.
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project have filed a lawsuit
against the builder charging
defective construction,
When Brown's memos
came before the CRA Mon-
day, Commissioner George
Brummer suggested holding
a public workshop to bring
all parties to the table but
changed his mind when the
attorney for Donald Simp-
son admitted his client was
in default of his contract
and further that an attempt
had been made to amend the
original agreement to bring
the CHEDA into compliance
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Commissioner Barry ' '
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favor an amended agreement
as did Commissioner Char-
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cancel all three contracts
was unanimous.
Brown's memos laid out
specific reasons for termi-
nating the contracts.
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eight single family afford-
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off the ground but is en-
cumbered by loans of more
than $138,000, money from
HOME and CDBG funds.
Again, Hawkins Hoines was
contracted to develop and
market the property. Brown
said the CRA can use a
$130,000 irrevocable letter
of credit to pay back the
loans. He also recommended
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Brown recommended the
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Old

Schoolhouse

art show
The Deerfield Beach
Historical Society is host-
ing an art show, Sept. 25 to
26 to showcase the work of
eight local artists. The ex-
hibit will be in the Old School
House, 232 NE 2 St. and is a
fundraiser for the Historical
Society. A donation of $10 is
suggested.
Participating artists are
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ria Gregory, Gene Huszcza,
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Friday, September 18, 2009
The Pelican 3
Computer

Club
The Deerfield Beach
Computer Club meets on
Fridays at 10 a.m. at Westside
Park Community Center, 445
SW 2 St., Deerfield Beach.
The club offers a free first
class. For more information,
call Barry at 954-725-0331, or
visit www.db-cc.org.


Holiday Fair
St. Nicholas Episcopal
Church, nil E. Sample
Road, Pompano Beach, will
host its annual Holiday Art &
Craft Show on Oct. 3 from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. Original pieces,
including ai1, jewelry and
other objects will be avail-
able from vendors. Raffles,
breakfast, and lunch will also
be offered to the public. Shop
early for the holidays.

East Pompano

Civic group
Our September meeting
will be held on Monday, Sept.
21 at 7 p.m. at the Greater
Pompano Beach Chamber of
Commerce, 2200 East At-
lantic Boulevard, Pompano
Beach. Call 954-941-2940.
www.eastpompanocivicasso-
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Sand &
Spurs
Continued fi-om page 1
maintained the 12-acre park.
"He watched out for us,""
says Adams. "And he made
sure a person knew how to
ride before he let a rider out of
the ring."
She recalls a time when
Giidersleeve was appalled
when Adams and her girl-
friends decided to sunbathe in
their "two-piece" suits on the
roofs of the stalls.
On Oct. 4, Adams and
about 40 other present and
former equine owners will
host a 50-year reunion at Sand
& Spurs.
Adams says Sand & Spurs
grads will be coming from all
over the country for the event.
The reunion is open to all
horse owners who have spent
time at Sand & Spurs over the
last 50 years.
"We are celebrating 50
years of horses, community,
friendships and memories
of Pompano Beach," Adams
adds.
Pompano High grads,
Mary Bonial and her sister,
Marcia Purdy plan to attend
and serve as food hostesses.
Locals and current stall
owners will also be in atten-
dance.
Barbecue plates will be
available for $12.
Sand & Spurs is located at
1600 NE 5 Ave., north of the
Goodyyear Blimp base.
Former stall owners are
welcome to attend and join in
on the memories. For more in-
formation, call 954-295-1280.
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Friday, September 18,2009
Briefs

Democrats

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Pompano
Broward County Property Ap-
praiser's Office Community Outreach
specialist will speak at the North
Broward Democratic Club, Sept. 23 at
7:30 p.m.
The club meets at the Emma Lou
Olson Civic Center, 1801 NE 6 St.,
Pompano Beach.
Peter Levine will discuss property
taxes and answer questions from the
audience.
Call 954-785-0960 or email DEM-
WOMAN@aol.com for more infor-
mation.

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Dixieland
A Dixieland Jazz Session present-
ed by the Hot Jazz & Alligator Gumbo
Society, or HAGS, on Sunday, Sept.
27, 1 to 4 p.m., at Henry's Hideaway,
SE Comer Andrews Ave. and McNab
Rd., Pompano Beach, Cost is $10.
Call 954-563-5390.

Republicans to

meet
Greater Pompano Republican
Club will meet Sept. 24 at 7 p.m. at
the Emma Lou Olson Civic Center,
1801 N.E. 6 St., Pompano Beach.
Guest speakers are John and Katherine
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Kevin Irish, organizer of the wine tasting event to benefit Hospice of Gold Coast, checks out some of the selections at
the Win Warehouse in Oakland Park where the tasting will take place on Sept. 26. [Photo by Phyllis J. Neuberger]
Come drink the wine at 2nd annual wine tasting
fundraiser for Hospice of Gold Coast on Sept. 26
By Phyllis J. Neuberger
Pelican staff

Kevin Irish is the volunteer host
and organizer of a wine tasting event
to benefit Hospice of Gold Coast, a
non profit division of Broward Health,
that offers patient care to the indigent
population. All funds raised go di-
rectly to patient care according to Irish
and he adds, "No one is ever turned
away for lack of funds."
This year's wine tasting event will
be held on Sept. 26 from 4 to 7 p.m. at
the Wine Warehouse, 1301 E. Oakland
Park Blvd., a friendly setting owned
by Felipe Villaveces. Irish reports,
"Last year's event, held here at the
Wine Warehouse, was a great suc-
cess. We had 95 people which is just
about the most this space can handle.
People came and left so it was never
too crowded. Many did personal
wine shopping while they were here
because the warehouse discounts are
so attractive. We had excellent raffles
and all in all we raised $4,000 for
Hospice of Gold Coast."
Admission is $20 for this year's
event. Guests will have cheese,
salami and other tasty munchies to
accompany wine tasting. Most guests
will saiTiple four varieties of whites at
one table and four samplings of reds at
another.
"Raffle tickets for $20 will give
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valuable gift cards. We will do the
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Bounce race
Continued fi-om page 1

Pompano Park.
At 6' 3" tall and 340
pounds, Sims is not climb-
ing aboard Rachel Alexander
in the Breeder's Cup, nor
sitting in the sulky behind
Muscle Hill in the Kentucky
Futurity, but the three time
All-Pro guard will be racing
for the Boys & Girls Clubs of
Broward County, in a bounce
horse race.
The Boys & Girls Clubs
of Broward County is hosting
its inaugural "Racing Night
at the Isle" from 6 to 10 p.m.,
and Sims will be one of the
main attractions. He will be
competing against Pompano
Beach Mayor Lamar Fisher
and local entertainer Shane
LeMar.
The event takes place
after the fourth race of real
horse racing program that
starts at 7:05 p.m.
Sims and company will
be bouncing their ways to the
finish line in a 20-yard dash
that should take less than one
minute to complete. Sims
and his competition will sign
autographs after the race.
In addition to the bounce
horse race, there will be free
admission and parking, free
face painting and magicians
for the children, live music,
a classic car show, a county-
wide 50/50 raffle that will be
drawn that evening, a special
silent sports auction featur-
ing more than 50 items and,
of course, live harness racing
headlined by the Florida Sun-
shine State Stakes. All pro-
ceeds go to the Boys & Girls
Clubs of Broward County.
"It is the hope of the Boys
& Girls Clubs of Broward
County to raise more than
$50,000," said Chadia Mer-
oueh, president of the Pompa-
no Beach Thomas D. Stepha-
nis Unit. "We are excited that
the Isle Pompano Park has
joined with us in holding this
special night. It is going to be
a lot of fun for everyone."
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Opinions and Editorials
Friday, September 18,2009
Deerfield Beach, Pompano Beach, Lighthouse Point and Lauderdale-By-The-Sea

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Skyler Harding benefit set for

Oct. 3 at Leading Lady Fitness

By Anne Siren_______________________________________________________
Publisher
Despite all of the brouhaha over health insurance these days, there are still
people who put the patient first.
Sklyer Harding, a second grader at Floranada School, will be the star patient
Oct. 3 as dozens of her friends and family rally to raise funds for her medical
bills.
Skyler was recently diagnosed with Leukemia, and today this young child
continues to battle for her life.
In addition to fighting for their child's life, this family became victim to the
economic crisis that has caused foreclosures and job losses.
Yet this family has one focus, which is to get their little girl well so she can
move on to a full and healthy life.
Now the community, led by the owners of Leading Lady Spa, is hosting a
Skyler Harding Benefit.
Everything will help, and all proceeds will go directly to Skyler's medical
bills.
The event takes place Saturday, Oct. 3 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and families
are assured of having a great time for a worthy cause.
One big draw will be the Pompano Beach Fire Truck and other activities in-
clude face painting, a snow cone machine, bounce houses, lots of raffles, silent
auctions and give-a-ways.
Bring the baby and take a free aerobic class; a baby sitter will be on hand.
Kids will also have free dance and karate demonstrations, and the word is
that Elvis will be one hand.
The Pelican congratulates businesses like Leading Lady, 1616 S. Cypress
Rd., Pompano Beach for pitching in and doing what's needed.
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The Pelican 7
Rabbi, Tzvi Dechter, new Chabad leader in North
Broward County holds New Year services
By Phyllis J. Neuberger
Pelican staff

Chabad is an acronym for
the Hebrew word meaning
wisdom, understanding and
knowledge. Rabbi Dechter
is a vibrant young man who
is an emissary for Chabad,
an outreach orthodox Jew-
ish program. He explains,
"One of our founders. Rabbi
Menachem Mendel Shneer-
son, believed in the theory
that Jewish laws are without
borders and are timeless.
Although he has passed on,
he remains our spiritual leader
and we are spreading our
heritage in this way."
With great enthusiasm he
explains how Chabad differs
from Temples that have labels
such as orthodox, 9onserva-
tive and reform. "We invite
everyone, Jew, non-Jew and
every combination in between
to participate in any of our
events, classes and services
which are smaller, focused
and include one-on-one
interaction. For example,
during Rosh Hashana which is
the two-day beginning of the
Jewish New Year, we will be
conducting orthodox services
at The Howard Johnson Plaza
Resort in Deerfield Beach.
My brother will be leading the
service in Hebrew and I will
be translating and explaining
in English, taking questions
throughout."
For this major holiday,
the Rabbi expects 50 or more
participants. He says, "Fve
had hotel guests drop in and
stay because they are intrigued
and have questions, which I
answer. We follow orthodox
law but our sei-vices are less
formal and very insightful
because we offer information.
The classes and services that
my wife, Shana, and I conduct
in our home on Hillsboro Mile
are usually attended by 10 or
12 people."
He stresses the role of
Chabad in community out-
reach. Asked to explain what
he means by community out-
reach, he says, "I help people
with their everyday chores and
at the same time, I answer
their questions about Jewish
heritage and tradition. People
want to know about my cloth-
ing, beard, head covering and
more."
Rabbi Dechter recently
discussed the upcoming holi-
days to interested shoppers at
a Publix in Deerfield. "1 set
up a table of Rosh Hashana
and kosher related products
available in the store. My
mission was to teach people
what the Jewish New Year
is all about and to tell what
these foods symbolize."
He added that all the
foods are available at local
markets.
On the table he placed
pomegranates, star fruit,
available Asian fruits, an
apple with a bowl of honey,
a fish head and more. People
who stopped to inquire were
told what the foods represent-
ed and in the process they
learned about this Jewish
holiday.
Only 25 years old,
Dechter says he has trav-
eled many countries doing
outreach. "I have literally
helped people do their chores
while explaining my religion,
clothing and traditions."
Chabad headquarters
are in Brooklyn, New York.
The director assigns Rab-
bis to various regions in the
country. Those Rabbis then
determine where community
leaders may be needed. "We
have over 3,000 Chabad
Rabbis world wide," Dechter
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Friday, September 18, 2009
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The Pelican 9
Lauderdale-

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Continued from page 1
pavilion.
When the Commercial
Boulevard project came up for
approval at the Sept. 10 meet-
ing, Mayor Roseann Minnet
said they needed a townwide
plan before she would vote
for any drainage improve-
ments. "I don't want to see us
continue to piecemeal things,"
she said to audience applause.
"You took the words out
of my mouth," said Commis-
sioner Jim Silverstone, also
favoring a townwide plan.
The agenda also included
discussion and action on three
other areas where drainage
repairs are needed, including
Harbour Drive, El Mar Drive
and East Terra Mar Drive.
Vice Mayor Jerry Mclntee
said repairs should start with
the most serious problems,
and experts should determine
where the most serious prob-
lems are.
Commissioner Stuart
Dodd said he has asked for
assurance from the town
manager that proposed repairs
at Commercial will solve
the problems. He said there
is quite a substantial "river"
washing the sand away. "I
don't want to spend $60,000
to find we have a wave going
down that road again."
In an interview later,
Dodd said he was disappoint-
ed drainage near the pavilion
wasn't done by a change order
while construction was under-
way, so businesses would only
need to be disrupted once.
Dodd questioned whether
the proposed repairs would
handle the volume of water
in that area and whether there
was a worse problem in town.
Town Manager Esther
Colon said she was surprised
the commission was having
this conversation. "We've
been talking about this for two
years. If you're not going to
do drainage (improvements)
as we identify them, you must
do a two-part plan," she said.
That would mean first sur-
veying the entire town (the
$98,000 study later approved)
and then doing a stormwater
assessment study for another
$50,000, she said.
If the commission decides
not to do the study. Colon ad-
vised doing the small projects
that have been identified. She
mentioned one in Bel Air,
"which the town created" and
one on Bougainvillea.
"It's not fair. We're pick-
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said. "This is a two-year-old
conversation, and we're still
talking."
At the Sept. 9 meeting,
Spiro Marchelos, one of the
Fishing Pier owners, said the
recently opened beach pavil-
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flooded many times affecting
business. Clottey asked if it
was true the pavilion is sink-
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Friday, September 18, 2009
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea's Beachside Grill is the
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By Malcolm McClintock
Pfxican WRIlkr


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This pleasantly deco-
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frosty drink or savory meal.
"We're an American grill .
. . with an ItaUan influence,"
say Angela Dipilato and Char-
lie Nixon, the managers of
this newly established seaside
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such as the Veal Milanese
and Caprese Salad on the
menu, lovers of Italian
food will certainly find
their pleasure.
"My favorite is, of
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Indeed, the eponymous
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overflows with Papardelle
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But the Beachside Grill also
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Friday, September 18, 2009
The Pelican 11
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Dechter
Continued from page 7
says. "My father-in-law,
Rabbi Y.Y. Biston is in
charge of North Broward and
Palm Beach counties. After
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be self sufficient financially so
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myself, which I do. My wife,
Shana, and I teach at various
Temples and Hebrew schools.
I work for ORB, a kosher
certifying company. We have
a six month old daughter,
Chaya, to care for and support
as well."
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schools, Dechter attended the
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Sept. 20 at 10 a.m. at the
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Beach. Special room rates are
available for those who do not
want to travel on the two-day
hohday. Call 954-642-8242.
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14 The Pelican
Friday, September 18, 2009
Speech
Continued from page 1

to a school to speak to
the kids in that school," said
Smith, 9, a student at Wilton
Manors Elementary School.
On Sept. 8 Smith and her
classmates watched Obama's
nationally televised address,
made at Wakefield High
School in Arlington, Virginia,
a suburb of Washington D.C.,
about the importance of edu-
cation and personal responsi-
bility.
"We can have the most
dedicated teachers, the most
supportive parents, the best
schools in the world - and
none of it will make a differ-
ence, none of it will matter
unless all of you fulfill your
responsibilities," said Obama.
Before the speech Republi-
can and Conservative groups,
including the Republican
Party of Florida, accused the
president of trying to "indoc-
trinate" America's students
and usurp the rights of parents
to control what their children
are exposed to.
"President Obama has
turned to America's children
to spread his liberal lies,
indoctrinating American's
youngest children before they
have a chance to decide for
themselves," said Jim Greer,
chairman of the Republican
Party of Rorida, in a Sept. 1
press release.
Mark Narkier, principal at
Wilton Manors Elementary,
said the president delivered
a "very good message" to
students.
According to Narkier, one
parent removed his child from
Wilton Manors Elementary
that day because of Obama's
address.
In a memo, Broward
Schools Superintendent James
Notter directed principals to
broadcast Obama's speech to
students and not provide alter-
native lesson plans for stu-
dents whose parents objected.
"Providing for a separa-
tion from this address does
not align with our practices
and responsibility to provide a
well-rounded, quality educa-
tion for all students,'" wrote
Notter.
During his speech Obama
refrained from sailing into
political waters and kept the
focus on the virtues of hard
work and education.
Fourth grader Tara Nich-
ols, 9, also a student at Wilton
Manors Elementary, says she
understands Obama's mes-
sage of hard work and perse-
verance.
"I learned that it's difficult
when you're growing up,
but when you really try, you
can make a difference," said
Nichols, who added that she
gets "really mad" sometimes
when she does her homework
but, after hearing the president
speak, will try harder in the
future.
Calls by The Pelican to the
Republican Party of Florida
were not returned and no
press release was issued after
Obama's speech.

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465 N.W. 15th St. Pompano Beach
954-785-2437
Rev. Dr. John Ngaiiga
Holy Eucharist & Bible Study
7 p.m. Wednesdays
Holy Eucharist Sundays 9 a.m.
1 ST. ELIZABETH
<^ip=:p OF HUNGARY
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1 CHURCH
SaL Eicning Vioil: A:M pni • kit) pm I Spanish i
Sun. Mass Schedule: 8:J0 am • 10:30 am
\\i'c'kda\s; Mondaj ■ Saturday S:00 am
Friday 5:.10pm only
,\^31 NE. lOth Icrracf
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954-941-8117
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Contemporary Worship 9:30 am
Children's /Preschool Sunday School 9:30 am
Traditional Service 11:00 am
K.I.D.S Church 11:00 am
Middle & High School Student Bible Fellowship 11:00 am
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 <^^iS"'^N Lauderdale
Open
Hearts
Open
Minds
A Center for Liberal Religious Values
and Social Action in Fort Lauderdale
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Saturday, October 3, 2009

8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Be the first to Shop at the first bazaar of the season.

Artists and Grafters selling their original pieces just

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Food - Fun - Raffle

St. Nicholas Episcopal Church
1111 East Sample Road

Pompano Beach, Fla
Eldorado
Building
3170 North Federal Highway, Lighthouse Point, FL

t Offices from 500 Sq. Ft.
• Executive Suites from
100Sq. Ft.
• Conference room available
for all tenants
• All offices separately metered
rMl Mi3mi in the heart of affluent Lighthouse Point
Ccfmieroai PeaJ Blaie Services, Wo-ifjA^,
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Call for an appointment
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
954-785-7780
HOURS: Mon. - Fri. 8a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sat. 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
1413 S. Dixie Higiiway
Pompano Bch., FL
(Comer of McNab Road)
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• suing Glass
Door Repairs
• Screen Doors &
Be-screening
• Custom Shower
Enclosures
• Glass TaMe Tops
• narors
• FanHy Ownnl a (toeiaied
• Protect Your Home,
a Save Energy!
Licensed & Insured
954-616-7121

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(coupon must be presented prior to ordering; good on new orders only)
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2301 NE 16th St., Pompano Beach
Major Credit Cards Accepted
Tel: 954-785-1366 Fax: 954-785-1316
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Email: showerdoorstore@beilsouth.net
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Fast Professional Nai! Care
2311 N Federal Hwy.
NW corner of Copans Rd. & Fed. Hwy.
(954) 782-3373
MUVICOIK-MART are behind us from Fed. Hwy.
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Acrylic Fill.........................$13
Reg. Tip & 1/3 Extension
Airbrush & Hand Design...$6 & Up
Party Eyelash Reg. Price$25/NOW $20
Natural Eyelash Reg. Price $150/NOW $100 ,
European Facial Reg. Price $50/NOW $45 \
We Do Permanent Make-Up & Eyelash
Extension at Nail Mall Spa & Skin Care
In Coral Square Mall next to Sears in
Coral Springs (954) 336-9288 Contact Lisa
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LIMITED TIME OFFER
Permanent Make-Up 50% Off
Eyebrow Reg. Price $200/NOW $100
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Whole Lip Reg. Price $300/NOW $150
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Mon.-Sat. 9am - 8pnn
Sun. 11ann - 6pm
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Tile & Instaiiatlon • Grout Restoration
Granite Countertops • Marble Poiisiiing
3322 E. Atlantic Bid.
Pompano Beach
954-788-9558
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Provides technical training
for those interested in beconning
», professional pet groomers.
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are 250 each
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Free Estimates
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Advertising a
business that is
unlicensed may
result in fines from
Broward County or
your city.
Classifieds
Local Classifieds Call 954-545-0013
20 Words for $15
Additional words
are 250 each
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE PERSONNEL - Fast
Paced Office In Lighthouse
Point. Full Time. Fax Resume
CLEANERS - Experienced
Independent Cleaners For
OfficeCleanlngCo.Deerfield
Pompano Areas. Part-time
Nigiits - Weeltends. Call
Steve For Info 954-540-
7204. 9/18
NE POMPANO - Assistant/
Organizer. Flexible,
Available, Reliable, (Honest.
Pleasant, Patience Witii
Time Consuming Affairs.
Some Lifting. Fieferences.
$8/Hr. 954-785-1312.
SCHOOLS
FREE TAX SCHOOL- Earn
extra income after taking
course. Flexible schedules,
convenient locations.
Register now! Courses
start soon. Liberty Tax
Service Call 954-783-5353
Small fee for books. 9/18
FREE TAX SCHOOL- Earn
extra income after taking
course. Flexible scfiedules,
convenient locations.
Register now! Courses
start soon. Small fee for
books Liberty Tax Service.
Call 954-563-5581. 9/18
SERVICES
LAWN SERVICE - LAWN
MAINTENANCE.WILL BEAT
ANYONE'S PRICE. CALL
MARANDO FARMS 954-294-
2331.10/2
CALL PAUL - HANDYMAN/
CARPENTRY SERVICES.
HomeRepair&Maintenance.
33+ Years Experience.
Reliable, Friendly, Quick
Service. Free Estimates.
954-325-9496. callpg®
gmail.com. 9/25
THE HOME IMPROVEMENT
DOCTOR - Experienced
In All Areas Of Home
Improvement. Custom
Closets, Fascia, Soffit,
Replace Rotted Wood, Roof
Repair And More. Tom 954-
864-8873. 10-2
LIMO/VAN - Pick ups to
airports, seaports and other
destinations. Exp. Driver.
Licensed. Reservations
accepted 24/7.8 Passenger
Van. 954-638-5221. 9/18
EMERALD IRISH
CLEANING - Est 20 yrs.
English Speaking. Cleaning
supplies. Hand scrubbed
floors. SUMMER SIZZLERI!
3 Hrs $55. 4 Hrs $70.
Service guaranteed, www.
emeraldirishcleaninq.com.
954-524-3161. 9/18
HANDY-JAMES Plumbing,
Electrical, Sprinklers, Etc.
No Upfront Money, 15
Years Experience. Excellent
References. Deerfield,
Pompano Beach' Area's.
James Joyce 954-592-7501.
9/18
CEMETERY
PLOTS
CEMETERY LOTS for 2.
Fountain Garden # 4 Spaces
3 & 4. $1500 Each obo. Call
719-485-3568. 9/18
POMPANO BEACH Forest
Lawn Memorial Gardens
North. 1 Lot In Garden
Of Love. $2700. For More
Information Call 386-574-
3410. 9/18______________
MOBILE HOMES
MARGATE 2/2 DOUBLE
WIDE. 40+. Beautifully
Furnished. Enclosed Porch.
Private Yard, Patio, BBQ.
$1800 Month. Security
Deposit Required. Utilities
Included. No Pets. 954-789-
4794.
NE FT LAUD - CYPRESS
CREEK. Completely Upgraded.
Approx 675 Sq Ft Living Space.
Lot rent Paid For September.
Turn-key & Move in. Reduced
$12,5QQ.,954;8Q6-9M5.__9/ia_


CONDOS FOR
SALE
FOR SALE BY OWNER
-Century Village Deerfield.
1/1 55+. New Carpet, Paint,
CeilingFans&LightFixtures.
Extra Clean. $29,900. 561-
271-4761. 9/18
LIGHTOUSE POINT 2/1,
1st Floor Corner Unit. New
A/C, Accordion Shutters,
Very Clean. Heated Pool.
Beautiful Complex. 55+.
Great For Mom & Dad.
$48,000. Lonnie Brooks.
954-709-2523. Solid Rock
Realty. 9/18
AAPEX-
COURTESY
l^O CAR RENTAL
FEATURE
FORDS
With this coupon
10% OFF
Aapex-Courtesy Car Rental and Sales, Inc.
3300 N. Federal Highway, Lighthouse Point, FL 33064
^^ 954-782-3400
"Be a good
American.
Buy made in
America.",
**Lowest Rates**
Customer Pick-up and Return
NOTARY
PUBLIC
RENEW YOUR REGISTRATION
• LICENSE PLATES (All Vehicle Registration & Renewals • Boat Registration • Designer Tags I Large Selection
POMPANO BEACH 2/2
located on AlA with
breathtaking views of
intersecting waterways.
Private beach access, boat
dockage, liberal rental
policies. Small pet OK, new
a/c & carpet. Lonnie Brooks
954-709-2523. 9/25
POMPANO BEACH 2/2 Located
OnAIAWith Breathtaking Views
Of Intersecting Waterways.
Private Beach Access. Boat
Dockage, Liberal Rental Policies.
Small Pet OK. New/VC & Carpet.
LQnnia_Bi:oQks.ja54.-2Daz2523_
POMPANO NASSAU
HOUSE - 2/2 Corner Unit
With Views In Every Room
of Intracoastal, Ocean &
City Lights. Sandy Beach,
Fishing Pier & Library
Just A Few Steps Away.
Come & Enjoy From Your
Balcony Beautiful Pool.
Low Maintenance. Priced At
$230,000. Call Agent Catrice
Stauffer 954-632-1302. Exit
Ocean Realty. 9/25
POMPANO BEACH/NE 48
Street. Large 1/1 + Dining
Area, Granite CounterTops,
Walk-in Closet, Crown
Moldings, Tile Floors. Mint
Condition. $82K. CC $282.
954-946-3159.
LBTS-SOUTH LEISURE-1
BD/1 BA Ground Floor, Corner
Condo With Private Patio. One
BlockTo Beach. Heated Pool,
Clubhouse, New Hurricane
Shutters, Open, Airy, Bright.
Gall: 954-493-8894. C
CONDOS FOR
RENT

POMPANOBEACH-1 BlockTo
Beach. 1/1 Fully Furnished. New
Kitchen, Bath. Walkin Closet. Full
Gable, DVD, VGR, WIFI. Sept
1 Thru Dec. $800 Plus Electric.
954r54D-a224._.9/1B______
POMPANO BEACH
3BR, 2.5BA, OCEAN
VIEW, WASHER/DRYER.
$1750 MONTH. COSTA
PROPERTIES, INC. 954-781 -
0047. 10/2
POMPANO 2/2 Furnished
Corner. 3 Blocks To Beach.
Nicely Updated! Community
Pool. All Ages. $1100 Month.
Christine 954-914-3523.
Balistreri Realty.
POMPANO BEACH -
Leisureville 55+. 1 st Floor 2/1
On Golf Course. Furnished/
Unfurnished. Available Oct
1st. $750 Month. 954-608-
7630. 9/18
POMPANO BEACH 2/2
Unfurnished-Professional
Designed. Ocean Views.
Great Amenities. $1500
Month. Carole Stephan
Prudential Florida Realty.
954-695-5937.9/18
POMPANO BEACH/NE 48
STREET. Unfurnished Large
1/1 + Dining Area, New
Kitchen, Walk-in Closet,
Crown Moldings, Tile
Floors. Mint Condition.
Pool/Laundry On Site. $690
+ Security. 954-946-3159.
9/18
2/2 CYPRESS BEND.
Security Guard. New Carpet,
Washer & Dryer. Lakeview.
$950. James 954-592-7501.
9/18
POMPANO 1/1 Remodeled
Condo. New Kitchen, Bath,
Paint & Community Pool.
Walk To Beach. All Ages.
$825 Month. Christine 954-
914-3523. Balistreri Realty.
9/18
FIRST MONTH FREE!! 2/2
E Of US 1. Convenient To
Everything. Minutes To
Beach. Resort Style Pool.
Approval Required. $950
Month. 954-234-3644 Or
954-234-3646.___________
APTS FOR RENT
DEERFIELD/POMPANO
BEACH 1 BR & 2 BR APTS
FOR RENT. Remodeled,
Paint, Tile, Etc. W & D On
Site. Pool. Pet Friendly. Call
Frank 954-545-5599. 9/18
POMPANO BEACH 1
Bedroom 1 Bath $700 Mo.
East Of Federal. Walk To
Everything. Tiled, Patio.. F/L/
S. 954-295-8908. 9/25
POMPANO/DEERFIELD BY
THE BEACH. Immediate
Occupancy. Annual &
Short Term. Furnished/
Unfurnished. Efficiencies
From $695 - All Included.
1 Bedroom $999 - includes
Cable, Internet. Low Move-
In. Coin Laundry, Pool, Well
KeptBuilding.SmallPetOK.
2 FREE Weeks With Yearly
Lease. Owner Agent 954-
608-7368. 9/18
POMPANO BEACH Cozy
1/1 Apt With Pool & Laundry
Facilities. $675 Month. Yrly
Lease Call Darci 954-783-
3723. 10/2
HILLSBORO INLET -
AlA...2/2.5 Townhouse.
Marble, Granite, Wasiier/
Dryer. PrivateYard & Jacuzzi.
$1750 Month. More Info 954-
673-2292.
POMPANO 1/1 Furnished.
No Stove, Utilities Paid. Pet
OK. Private Yard. $200 Per
Week. $200 Deposit. More
Info 954-822-8327. 10/2
WILTON MANORS DUPLEX
2/1. Terrazzo Floors. Large
Yard, Very Private. Nice
Area. Ample Closets/
Parking. $900 Mo. 954-564-
2863. 9/18
POMPANO BEACH DUPLEX
- East of US 1. 2/1 Apt.
Central A/C. Ceramic Tile,
Close To Mall & Shopping.
1081 NE23Terrace.561-756-
6360. 9/18
0AKLANDPARK1/1.Central
Air, Laundry, Back Porch,
Yard. $750 Month. More Info
305-345-9147, 9/25
FORT LAUDERDALE 1, 2
Bedroom. E-Z Low Move-in.
Pet OK.Waterf ront. iSell RE.
Kim 954-793-6184. 10/9
DEERFIELD BEACH
DUPLEX-EOf 1-95.2/2 Less
Than 2 Years Old. Granite
Kitchen & Baths. Many
Upgrades. $1100 Month.
954-520-6531. 9/18
POMPANO LARGE 1/1 Apt. No
Pets. Laundry Facilities. $750
Month. Weekly Rates Available.


HOUSE FOR
RENT
POMPANO BEACH 621 NE
35 St. 2/1 With Large Yard &
Shed. Pets OK. $950 Mo Yrly
Lease. Call Darci 954-783-
3Z23. 10/2


ROOMS FOR
RENT
EAST CORAL SPRINGS
Furnished Room. Kitchen
Privileges. Cable & Electric
Included. $175 Weekly + $100
Security. Available Now. More
Mo 954-a65-Q227-.-9/ia


STUDIO/
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. 9/25
POMPANO BEACH
Efficiency - 1 Room With
Private Bath, Private
Entrance. Walk-in Closet.
Everything Included. $625
Month. 1st & Last. 954-304-
5279. 10/2
COMMERCIAL
SPACE FOR
RENT
DEERFIELD BEACH Retail
Office Warehouses. 700
sf & 1400 sf. A/C in front.
Overhead doors in back.
$450 Month. 561-654-1331
or 561-998-5681. 9/25
STORAGE
DEERFIELD/POMPANO
- Outdoor Storage, trucks/
trailers/boats. Call 954-520-
1777. 9/25
VEHICLES
WANTED

CASH $$ - TOP DOLLAR PAID
For Junk Cars, Trucks Boats,
Vans. Running Or Not. No
Title Necessary With Proper
ID. 954-303-1281 Or 954-822-
5Z0Q.__10/2 ________ ,^,_,..


MISC FOR SALE

LIVING ROOM & Dining Room
Furniture For Sale. Low Prices.
More Information 954-608-
0509,^_______-__________......


FLEA MARKET
SPACE

FLEA MARKET - Vendors
Wanted - Pompano Beach.
Make Money. Reserve indoor
space for weekends starting
Oct. 3. S50 for both days. Call
954^92-9099._9/18___________


Friday, September 18, 2009
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Tour the Hillsboro Lighthouse Sept. 26
The Hillsboro Lighthouse
Preservation Society announc-
es the 5th tour of the historic
Hillsboro Lighthouse set for
Saturday, Sept. 26.
Visitors will enjoy a fun
day at the lighthouse, climb
the tower and get a view of
the Atlantic Ocean and the
Hillsboro Inlet.
To board the shuttle bus,
visitors should arrive at the
City of Pompano Beach Park-
ing Lot just a block north of
Atlantic Blvd. on the east side
of North Riverside Drive.
Members of the Hillsboro
Lighthouse Preservation
Society will be at the dock to
check tourists in. An annual
membership is required.
New members may join at
this time. Annual tax deduct-
ible dues range from $25 to
$500 for a life time member-
ship.
Call 954-942-2102.
Coping With
Cancer
SATURDAY, October 3
8:45 am - 3:30 pm

Nortli Broward Medical Center
Conference Center
201 East Sample Road
Deerfield Beach
8:45 - 9:00am
Registration

9:00 - 10:00am
Medical Oncology and You
S. Eric Rubenstein, MD

10:00 - 11:00am
Chemotherapy, Radiation and You
Debbie Maguire, BSN
Clinical Trials
Annmarie Haerry, PhD, RN

11:00 - 12:00pm
Coping with a Cancer Diagnosis
Palliative Care Team

12:00 - 1:00pm
Complimentary Lunch

1:00 -2:00pm
Radiation Therapy and You
Anurag Agarwal, MD

2:00 - 3:00pm
Community Resources

3:00 - 3:30pm
Cancer Survivor Testimonials
North Broward Medical Center
is proud to present
I CAN COPE, a comprehensive
program with vital information
about cancer and treatments for
patients and caregivers.
This event is FREE.
Due to limited seating,
Reservations are required.
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954.759.7400
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Friday, September 18, 2009
LBTS taxes
Continued from page J
A second public hearing
on the millage rate and budget
are scheduled for 5:01 p.m.
Monday, Sept. 28 at Jarvis
Hall.
The budget includes $11.8
million in the general fund
and $2.6 million in the capital
improvements fund.
Town Manager Esther
Colon said with the proposed
budget, the town can maintain
its current level of service.
She will continue to look at
positions and reduce hours if
the work isn't there. A zoning
position was eliminated last
yeiu-, and the lire marshal was
reduced from 30 hours to 20
hours as an on-call position.
The budget includes a 2.5
percent salary increase for
staff, excluding the town man-
ager, assistant town manager
and department heads. Colon
commended department heads
for working 50 hours a week
and doing multiple tasks.

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address redevelopment and
need an updated master plan
document.
In approving the budget,
commissioners amended it to
direct the manager to pay off
two promissory notes, a gen-
eral fund loan for $2,617,986
that includes a pre-payment
penalty of $66,148. Interest
earned was $16,256 and a
second loan for the capital im-
provement fund of $3,211,000
with a pre-payment penaUy of
$173,431. Interest earned was
$17,553.
In other business, three
residents lobbied for support
for the Lauderdale-By-The-
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Paul Novak, president of
the chamber, noted the cham-
ber is the only organization
that supports the town and
operates the only welcome
center in Broward County. He
called for chamber support of
traditional events such as craft
shows and Christmas by the
Sea.
'Tut politics aside and
fund the chamber," said cham-
ber volunteer Ron Piersante.
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Resident Ben Freeny urged
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budget monthly.
Barbara Cole suggested
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the time of budget meetings
so young, working people
could attend. She also pointed
out that the second hearing is
set on the second day of Yom
Kippur, and that should be
addressed in the future.
Cole said the millage rate
could be lowered even further,
since the town is "flush with
funds."
Commissioner Stuart
Dodd suggested lowering the
emergency reserves from $2.3
million now that the budget
has dropped.
Vice Mayor Jerry Mclntee
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"We're in very good shape.
Somebody has to be doing
something right." He said
kudos should go to the town
manager.
"We are very healthy. The
town manager is doing a great
job," said Commissioner Jim
Silverstone.
In response to a resident's
questions, Colon said the
town has applied for a $3
million federal grant for a
building to house fire and
AMR vehicles and has sent
appropriation requests to
Congress seeking $275,000
in stormwater drainage funds.
She said no matching funds
are required for either grant.
Also responding to a resi-
dent, Colon said there are no
funds in the budget to replace
police cars. "There's no need
for that. When the commis-
sion directs me to look for
another police department, I
will do that. There's no need
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The Pelican 19
Wine
Continued from page 4
Linda Friedman, director of
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dedication to our fundraising.
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population until the end of
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care because of inability to
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Greta. Asked how he hap-
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for this agency, he says, "As
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things. When I heard from
a neighbor that the agency
needed volunteers I signed
on. I started in the office and
gradually got into patient
care and fund raising. I'm
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doing administrative work
in the office. That includes
assisting in training sessions
for new volunteers. I'm glad
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is rewarding to help at a criti-
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how precious life is. Most of
us have known someone dear
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Hospice. This is a way to give
back. We're not about add-
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about adding quality of life to
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He migrated here from
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