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Publication Date: December 4, 2009
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$20. For more information on the house or to purchase the ornament, see page 19. [Rendering courtesy of the Sample-McDougald House Society]

Pompano Beach WCI sheds Oceanside,

new owners plan aggressive marketing


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
The Plaza at Oceanside, the soaring
17-story luxury condominium resi-
dence at A1A and Atlantic Boulevard,
has been sold to South Florida devel-
oper Ari Pearl and The Chetrit Group,
a New York-based company with a
range of investments from Filene's
Basement stores to the Sears Tower in
Chicago.
The purchase price was $38.5
million and includes the residential
tower and retail space plus an adjacent
parcel of land on the ocean. The seller
was WCI Communities.
Brad Capas of Cushman & Wake-
field handled the transaction for WCI.
Capas, who had been marketing the


property since March, said the sale
was a "complex deal. Those who were
developers were more comfortable
with the vacant land. Then there were
others who were not." From his point
of view Capas said the buyers will do
"very well" with the vacant land and
"well" on the building. Originally,
Capas said, he thought the property
would be sold at auction.
When Oceanside was built, it was
touted as the flagship of the East Pom-
pano Beach Community Redevelop-
ment Agency. "It was considered then
to be our major [tax] revenue source,"
Mayor Lamar Fisher said.
This week, the mayor said, "I am
extremely happy that this project will
move forward again and that the retail
space will be rejuvenated with busi-


nesses for our residents to enjoy."
WCI emerged from bankruptcy
in September as a private company,
eliminating in the process $2 billion in
debt and liabilities. Earlier this year it
sold The Resort at Singer Island for $7
million.
Of the Pompano Beach property,
WCI President and CEO David Fry
said, "The sale of this asset is consis-
tent with our long term business plans
and integral with our short term focus
to streamline operations and continue
to reduce leverage."
The purchase at Oceanside included
138 of the 186 residential units. The
other 48 are privately owned.
Sales Manager Peggy Fucci said,
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Keechl elected

new Broward

County mayor
By Michael d'Oliveira
PELICAN STAFF
Ken Keechl's historic rise to become
Broward County's first openly gay
mayor was not lost on him or local
GLBT activists. But history aside,
Keechl says Broward's progress is his
priority.
"Whether you know it or not, your
vote to make me Broward's mayor
was historic in America but that's a
discussion for another day, in another
venue," said Keechl to his fellow com-
missioners. "This upcoming year's
budget will be our most difficult and
challenging yet. In the past three
fiscal years we have cut spending by
$385 million. We must continue to
separate our wants from our needs
and starting tomorrow, I will begin
See KEECHL on page 14

Noland wants a

green market for

Deerfield
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Deerfield's Mayor Penny Noland,
who freely admits to being a bargain
shopper, would like her city to have a
farmers' market. "I think it is some-
thing to look into," Noland said. "It's
a way for residents to get together, and
I want to get us back to a hometown
feeling."
Noland has done her research, driv-
ing to a market in West Palm Beach
and another in Parkland to look over
the produce.
She reports her purchases of fresh
See GREEN MARKET on page 16






2 The Pelican Friday, December 4,2009

MPO budget includes no expressway on SW 10 Street


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Long standing fears that
Southwest 10 Street in Deer-
field Beach will become an
elevated highway should be
put to rest for the foreseeable
future according to Metro-
politan Planning Organization
Director Greg Stuart.
Although the $8.6 billion,


30-year transportation plan for
the county adopted last month
includes this improvement, it
is far from likely to become a
reality.
Making SW 10 Street a
major east-west highway
is listed in the plan among
other non-funded projects that
Stuart terms a 'wish list.' It
is not programmed to happen
and given its $500 million


price tag, is not likely even
if the money were somehow
dumped "into our laps," Stuart
said. Other projects on the
wish list carry more clout,
such as the long-sought air-
port/seaport connection or the
FEC passenger rail.
The department of trans-
portation has been discussing
the future of 10th Street since
1981, Stuart said. "I don't
anticipate an investment in
this (an expressway) in my
lifetime."
The matter, when it comes
to the table, brings with it
protests from Deerfield Beach
residents, mainly those living
in Century Village East, Wa-
terford Homes and other com-
munities along the corridor.
Even if the idea was moved
to the MPO's funded list, it
would require three public
hearings before it could be
included on a DOT work pro-
gram, Stuart added.
Stuart addressed a recent
commission meeting at the
request of Deerfield Beach
Commissioner Bill Ganz who
is the local representative on


the MPO Board. Ganz said
he is against any talk of 10
Street becoming an elevated
expressway. He also said that
reality is "extremely slim."
Said Ganz, "We are against
it. Others, I know, are for
it," referring to cities west of
Deerfield Beach. "It simply
won't happen."
Thoughts that the Seminole
Tribe, owners of a gambling
casino in Coconut Creek,
would negotiate the express-
way as part of the Seminole
Compact also appear ground-
less, Stuart said.
A major shift in budget
planning is occurring at
MPO, Stuart said. In the past,
Long Range Transportation
Plans were chiefly about road
construction. Now the major
portion of the $8.6 billion
budget 75 percent is going
to improvements in mass
transit, chiefly Broward's bus
service. "It's a very different
view from the past," he added.
Also in the plan is money for
bike and pedestrian pathways
and greenways.
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- likely to happen and the
wish list. Among the feasible
projects, $200 million in im-
provements on Sample Road
from University Drive to the
Tri-Rail Station and $2 mil-
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By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
Commissioners in
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
unanimously approved
changing street names from
numbers to names in the Bel
Air section of town.
Michael Power, president of
the neighborhood residents'
association, reported to the
commission earlier this month
of "overwhelmingly positive
support" for the changes.
Power said there would
be no immediate need for
address changes. New street
names would be placed above
the current numbers. There
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17 Street: Sailfish Lane
16 Street: Windwar


the change; 6 percent or 14
residents preferred the exist-
ing numbers, and 30 percent
weren't reached, David
Saindon, association vice
president, reported to the
commission.
Saindon also asked commis-
sioners to approve the town
paying the $1,200 cost to


construct new street signs. He
said the changes should have
been part of annexation.
Mayor Roseann Minnet sug-
gested Bel Air residents pay
half the cost.
"Thanks for pulling this
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said. "I'd ask if we could part-
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"At a time when the econ-
omy is suspect, Steve Hick-
man stands out as a pillar of
the community," says Ric
Green, executive director of
the Greater Pompano Beach
Chamber of Commerce.
"Steve is a banker's banker.
He's honest, articulate, and
knowledgeable. He's every-
thing you want in the person
who handles your money. He
is well known for his dedica-
tion to the chamber and Pom-
pano Beach."
The Pelican interviewed
Hickman in the board room at
Florida Shores Bank where he
is president and CEO.
With 33 years of banking
experience, he was enthused
about heading up Florida
Shores Bank, the only com-
mercial bank headquartered in
Pompano Beach since 1985.
He says, "Florida Shores
opened in December of 2006,
three years after all of the sub
prime problems so we were
not involved. We are mak-
ing loans to Pompano Beach
businesses every day, help-
ing them stay in business and
grow. Our bank is focused on
building community busi-
ness relationships. The year
we opened, 20 other banks
opened in Florida. We were
the last to open, and this year
we rank fifth on a scorecard
of 23 operating metrics. I'm
proud of what my team here
has been able to accomplish in
the worst environment we've
experienced in 80 years."
And there's growth on the
horizon. The parent company,
Florida Shores Bank Corpo-
ration, Inc. has an affiliated
bank in Venice, Florida and
has announced its intent to
purchase Shamrock Bank in
Naples, Florida. Hickman
says, "We're looking for
expansion opportunities by
buying existing banks. We're


hoping to have branches soon
in downtown Boca Raton and
Fort Lauderdale, but our head-
quarters will remain right here
in Pompano Beach at 400 N.
Federal Hwy. where our much
anticipated new bank building
will soon be under construc-
tion."
Hickman went on to say his
team really understands the
needs of small business and
does such a commendable
job, he has time to work on
many boards, including the
Pompano Beach Chamber of
Commerce board.
"Our chamber is the voice of
business in Pompano Beach. It
is very effective in represent-
ing our local business com-
munity, and I am honored to
serve on its board once again,
as I have done for eight years
in the past," he says.
His involvement reaches
beyond the chamber as he
also serves on the board and
executive committee of The
Broward Alliance. This year
he chairs the Broward County
private/public economic de-
velopment organization. He is
a Minority Business Develop-
ment Mentor for its REACH
program. He is on the board
of the Sample-McDougald
House, the Broward Workshop
and the Advisory Board of
John Knox Village.
Hickman is an active mem-
ber of the Pompano Beach
Economic Development
Council and the city's selec-
tion committee which assists
in privatizing the Community
Redevelopment Agencies, or
CRAs.
Hickman stresses the impor-
tance of being the 'Hometown
Bank,' saying "I feel that


Pompano Beach is a small
business mecca, and having a
community bank with its en-
tire force focused on serving
the needs of this community,
we will continue to see our
city grow and prosper."
Two area businessmen who
are more than satisfied with
their business dealings with
Hickman and Florida Shores
were eager to go on record.
Tom DiGiorgio, DK De-
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a great banker and Florida
Shores is the local bank
we've been searching for in
Pompano Beach. This has
been our bank since the day
it opened. Steve and his team
have been very responsive to
our financial needs."
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construction next to the bank's temporary quarters. [Photo by Phyllis J. Neuberger]


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Friday. December 4.2009


The Pelican 5


Santa, elves to land in

Lauderdale-By-The-Sea on

Dec. 9 for tree lighting
By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
Christmas by the Sea, a free family event to usher in the
holiday season, is back on track in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea.
Scaled back to just a tree-lighting ceremony last year, the tra-
ditional event will be more elaborate this time, complete with
Santa's parade, choruses and dancers. The celebration starts at
5 p.m. and runs to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 9.
The parade begins at 5:30 p.m. on East Tradewinds Avenue
and proceeds east on Commercial Boulevard to El Mar Drive.
The 45-piece marching band from Northeast High School is
taking part, along with the school's cheerleaders. Santa and his
elves will arrive on a fire truck.
Mayor Roseann Minnet will light the tree at 6 p.m. in the
town square. Choruses from Bayview and Floranada elemen-
tary schools will perform.
Also taking part are ballet dancers from the Audet school, and
students from ATA Karate, according to Luckie Ricciuti, cham-
ber director and committee member. Dancers from Art Serve of
Fort Lauderdale will perform skits.
"There will be lots of fun and festivities. It's a good family
event," said Judy Swaggerty, executive director of the Lauder-
dale-By-The-Sea Chamber of Commerce and Welcome Center,
which stages the festivities.
New this year are pony rides and a strolling magician. Jeff
Berardelli of CBS 4 will broadcast the weather live from the
scene, where snow flurries are predicted. Rick Shaw of Majic
102.7 will do a remote broadcast from the event.
Many residents and business owners contributed to Christmas
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Founding Editor and Publisher
Anne Hanby Siren
Graphics: Aili Melton & Terri Rickman
Bookkeeper: John White
Vice President: Christopher Siren
Pelican Staff: Michael d'Oliveira
Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Neuberger, Lorraine Andy,
Judy Wilson, Malcolm McClintock
Norbert Izworski, Donna Torrey, Judy Vik
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Account Executives: Paul Shroads, Marianne Miccoli, Carolyn Mann
Special Office Assistant: Cathy Siren
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Letters

Pompano Beach pilot to be inducted

into Florida Aviation Hall of Fame
To the editor,

The 2009 nominee for induction in the Florida Aviation Hall of Fame is
Pompano Beach native, Leroy Brown. He is the only living recipient to be
installed in this elite institution this year. These functions will occur Dec. 11
2009 in Lakeland Fl.
Brown attended school in Pompano Beach, graduating as an Honored
Bean Picker. Class of 1942.
Brown began his flying at an early age in the year 1935 by hanging around
with the crop dusters that based their vintage craft at the gravel/grass landing
field on South Dixie Highway In Pompano Beach.
He learned to fly by watching waiting and catching rides with this group of
airmen.
Brown advanced up through the ranks of observer to accomplished pilot
under the watchful eyes of his peers, the pilots and the crop dusters.
He began dusting the vegetable crops in and around Pompano, Deerfield,
Boca Raton, Delray, and West Palm Beach.
His record for safety and concerns for his chosen occupation were never
questioned or in doubt.
Following World War II, Brown entered the world of commercial aviation
and became a captain with American Airlines and National airlines flying
passengers and cargo around the world.
He purchased two surplus Boeing B-17 bombers, converting them for car-
rying produce.
Leroy, on several occasions had to fly these planes solo, without a co-pilot.
Which he could easily do.Leroy advanced from crop dusting to flying pro-
duce to and from the Bahamain islands in a short furlough from the airlines.
Leroy has had an outstanding career in the aviation field and he has now
gone full circle, after retiring as an airline captain.
This much deserved honor, being inducted into the FLORIDA AVIATION
HALL OF FAME comes as no surprise to those of us who know of his love
of flying and dedication to this state of Florida of which he is so proud of.


Bud Gardner
Pompano Beach Historian


Community invited to gather at

Pompano Beach Library to honor

those who died at Pearl harbor
On this Monday, Dec. 7, 2009 at 4 p.m., join other community members to
pause and remember those who lost their lives on that fateful day 68 years ago.
On hand will be the color guard from the Pompano Beach VFW Post 8182,
the Hardin-Mulkey Post, John Owens, commander.

President Franklin D. Roosevelt gave this speech to the United States
Congress on Dec. 8, 1941: "Yesterday, December 7, 1941 a date which will
live in infamy the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately
attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan.
The United States was at peace with that nation, and, at the solicitation of
Japan, was still in conversation with its government and its emperor looking
toward the maintenance of peace in the Pacific. Indeed, one hour after Japanese
air squadrons had commenced bombing in the American island of Oahu, the
Japanese ambassador to the United States and his colleague delivered to our
secretary of state a formal reply to a recent American message. While this reply
stated that it seemed useless to continue the existing diplomatic negotiations, it
contained no threat or hint of war or armed attack.
It will be recorded that the distance of Hawaii from Japan makes it obvious
that the attack was deliberately planned many days or even weeks ago. During
the intervening time the Japanese government has deliberately sought to deceive
the United States by false statements and expressions of hope for continued
peace."
The Pompano Beach Library is located at 1213 E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano
Beach. The event will take place in the lobby of the library where a plaque has
been placed, dedicating the library as a "War Memorial." It reads, "This public
library is dedicated as a war memorial honoring those who have sacrificed that
we might have freedom." City of Pompano Beach. Remember Pearl Harbor!


Getting out of bed a problem?

Maybe there's something you need

to face besides the morning


Dear Debbie,
I wake up in the morning on most days and don't feel
like getting out of bed. There is nothing in particular
bad about my life but this is just how I feel. What can I
do?
In bed in Tamarac

Dear In bed,
The feeling of wanting to stay in bed usually stems
from the fact that there is something in your life that
you are not facing fully. This could be, having to
confront a situation, letting go of something from the
past, living life creatively, being true to yourself and so
on. The best way to deal with this feeling is to have the
courage to face it; stop fighting. What I mean is, allow
its full expression, which may be lethargy, crying, anger
etc.
When you stop resisting and fully allow your feel-
ings, you will be able to get in touch with what is really
bothering you and make the appropriate changes.
In addition, there is nothing wrong with having those
feelings and still functioning in your life. It is really
your perception of a feeling that makes it a "bad" one,
but in reality it is just your body's way of expressing
something to you.
Try to take those days moment by moment. Ask your-


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-
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at The Growth and Healing
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self, what do I want now? Wait for the answer. If it isn't clear do not panic, it
will become clearer with time. If you have an obligation that you need to attend
to, do it, but ask yourself moment to moment is now.the time to do it?
You can even take it a step further by choosing to stay in bed all day, without
a television, radio or book, being fully aware of your experience, seeing what
thoughts, sensations and feelings come up for you. Since your desire is to stay
in bed, doing this in full awareness will create a tremendous shift.
My best advice is to really allow all of your experiences in full awareness and
know that by doing this you will figure out how to face your situation and live
life fully.
Debbie


Please be advised that the advice written in this column is not a substitution
for psychotherapy. If you would like to ask Debbie a question or send a com-
ment, please email; Debbie@myselfdiscovery.net


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Frit1av. Deember 4. 2009


Santa
Continued from page 5
by the Sea, including those who donated at a Christmas in July
event. The town contributed $5,000.
Last year's event was scaled back because of lack of funding
and restrictions imposed by the town.
"I'm happy it's back. Lots of people missed it, especially the
kids," said Dave Gadsby, a chamber director and committee
member who is credited with starting the annual event about
six years ago.
"It's a great family event. It started the year we got the tree
and has continued to grow every year with one little hiccup last
year," Gadsby said.
"We look forward to getting it back on track. This year there
will be 250 performers, and there will be snow again in Lauder-
dale-By-The-Sea."
"I'm very happy everything came together this year. We look
forward to a great Christmas by the Sea, as in the past," said
Paul Novak, chamber president.


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OBITUARY

Cynthia

Sarge

Branigan
Branigan, Cynthia Sarge,
67, of Lighthouse Point, FL,
passed away on Novem-
ber 30, 2009, after a long
and hard-fought battle with
cancer. Born to Marvin and
Fern Lueck in Sioux Falls,
SD, on September 23, 1942,
Sarge moved to New Smyrna
Beach, FL, in 1957. She
earned a bachelor's of educa-
tion at Florida Southern Col-
lege, where she met Michael
W. Branigan, her husband of
42 years. She was a devoted
wife, mother, grandmother,
and friend. Sarge served
over 20 years as a dedicated
teacher in Broward County
Schools. Besides her hus-
band, she is survived by
her daughters, Dana Lynn
Aliaga and husband Tony,
and Diane Branigan Bell and
husband Brian, her grand-
children Jackson Lueck Bell
and Karina Lynn Aliaga, and
her sister, Melinda Lueck
Callan and husband Dennis,
as well as numerous beloved
cousins, nephews and nieces.
A memorial service will be
held at Trinity United Meth-
odist Church of Lighthouse
Point on Saturday, December
5 at 1pm. In lieu of flowers,
the family requests donations
be made to Soroptimist Inter-
national of Pompano Beach
c/o Taryn Palo, 2432 N.E.
20th Terrace, Lighthouse
Point, FL 33064.


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McNamara Chiropractic Center has been offering pain


relief to patients in Lighthouse Point for 21 years


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Many aching backs have
found relief at the McNamara
Chiropractic Center, 3320 N.
Federal Highway in Light-
house Point, or LHP, where
Carol McNamara Kraus, Doc-
tor of Chiropractic medicine
has had her practice for over
21 years. She has treated and
helped patients suffering with
herniated discs, osteoarthritis,
sprains, strains, spinal steno-
sis, scoliosis and more. She
says, We can and do restore
normal spinal motion to
eliminate pain without drugs
or surgery. Perhaps the most
important thing we do is halt
the progression of the relent-
less degenerative process."
McNamara remembers
wanting to be a physical
therapist when she was a
teenager. "My career focus
changed when I went to work
part time for two chiroprac-
tors while I was in school,"
she says. "Watching them
made me want to do what
they did. I gave up my schol-
arship to FIU, applied to and
was accepted in the graduate
school at Life Chiropractic
College in Marietta, Georgia.
This post graduate educa-
tion put special emphasis on
anatomy, physiology, neurol-
ogy and spinal biomechanics.
I graduated in 1985."
After graduation she worked
in several chiropractic clinics
before going on her own in
1988. "I have a large fol-
lowing of patients who enjoy
regular chiropractic check
ups for wellness care," she
explains. "This type of care
can save time and money by
keeping minor problems from
becoming more serious."
Michele Greene, State Farm
owner/agent is a big believer
in the benefits of chiropractic
benefits, and she says, "I've
been a patient of Carol's for at
least five years. I do so much
running around between my
business and my volunteer
activities that I need to be
adjusted from time to time. I
go in feeling like 10-cents and
walk out feeling like a mil-
lion. You can't beat that can
you?"
New patients usually come
to her with a complaint of
pain. "We take a thorough
case history, do a physical ex-
amination and often a spinal
x-ray to determine the source
of the pain. At that time, a
recommended care plan is


suggested to the patient. It
could be a combination of
spinal adjustment, physical
therapy, massage therapy
and/or a nutritional plan. I'm
a 'hands on' practitioner who
enjoys seeing patients respond
to holistic care without pills
or surgery.
Instead of muscle relax-
ers or addictive pain pills, I
believe the common sense
approach is to help restore
normal structure and function
of the spine. Periodic check
ups will keep the correction."
One of her patients is her
running coach, Howard
Elakman, who turned 80 in
August of this year. He says,
"I've had a bad back for years
and Carol is helping me a lot
using a variety of treatments.
She loosens my neck, adjusts
me, and her heat treatments
are amazing. My body totally
relaxes and all the tensions
go. I was in good shape for
the 13.1 mile, half marathon
on November 15 in Fort Lau-
derdale. Carol ran too. She's
built for running, and she now
beats me."
Orthopedic physicians,
neurologists and primary care
doctors often refer patients
to McNamara for evaluation
and treatment to correct the
problem and relieve pain.
Neck and lower back pain are
the most frequent complaints
as the result of trauma, repeti-
tive micro trauma (doing little
things wrong over and over
again), genetic predisposition
and general wear and tear.
Her comfortable and well
equipped suite of offices
includes a favorite piece of
equipment. "I love this
motorized adjustment table
which is unique," she says.
"It allows a patient in pain to
be moved from a standing to a
recumbent position automati-
cally. My older patients and
those in pain appreciate the


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Seeley Curtis, Esq.
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Southern District of Florida
Member ofDeerfield
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Carol McNamara, chiropractic doctor, says her trained hands are her most valuable tool. Shown here examining a patient
on a motorized adjustment table which allows a patient to be moved from standing to recumbent position automatically.
Older patients and those in pain appreciate the help this table gives them. [Photos by Phyllis J. Neuberger]


table. Children think it's fun.
I have many modalities such
as therapeutic ultra sound,
electrical muscle stimulation,
traction and cold laser, but
my trained hands are my most
valuable tool."
Professional licensing
rerfewal requires 40 hours of
continuing education every
two years. McNamara says,
"This training is very ben-
eficial but I feel my over 20
years of experience is invalu-
able in my ability to accurate-
ly diagnose, correct and help
many people with a multitude
of problems. I feel honored
to be able to help so many
patients from this area. It's a
career that gives me tremen-
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Married to Robert Kraus, a
private pilot, the couple has
one daughter, Kelly, who is a
college student.
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The City of Pompano Beach wishes to extend a huge thank you to all of our

21st Annual Employee Golf Tournament sponsors. All proceeds go to support the

Dynamos of Pompano Beach. The event was a great success thanks to all of you!

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IN-KIND SPONSORS
ABC Liquors
Anthony's Runway 84
Arizona Beverage
AshBritt Environmental
Atlantic Jewelers
Atlantic Liquors
Auto Tech & Body
Bagel Snack Restaurant & Deli
Baltimore Orioles
Bearded Clam
Billie Swamp Safari
BJ's
Blue Martini
Bobby Rubino's Place For Ribs
Boca Raton Resort
Bonaventure Country Club
Bonefish Grille
Boomerang Coffeehouse
Broward Center for the Performing Arts
Broward Transit
Bru's Room
Buccaneer Lounge & Liquor
Butterfly World
California Pizza Kitchen
Calypso Caterers
Capital Grille
Chen & Associates
Chez Porkys Bar Bq Restaurant
Chit Chat's Lounge
Cold Stone Creamery
Choon Jewelry
Comfort Suites Airport & Cruise Port
Cookies By Design
Coral Ridge Country Club
Coral Springs Museum of Art
Crabby Jacks
Crown Wine & Sprits
CVS
Cypress Food Store
Cypress Nook
Deer Creek Golf Club
Diamond Strike Lanes & Sports Bar
Discount Bev. & Food Store Inc.
Discovery Cruise Line
Double Eagle Distributor


Firestone
Fish City Pride
Flamingo Gardens
Flannigan's Piranha Pats
Forest Lawn Funeral Home
~ & Memorial Gardens
Fort Lauderdale International Film
Festival
Ft. Lauderdale Courtyard by Marriott
Cypress Creek
Fort Lauderdale Duck Tours
Galuppi's On The Green
Garner-Hambrook DDS, P.A.
Gatsby's Boca
Gianni's Ristorante
Goodyear Airship Operations
Hampton Inn Plantation
Harcros Chemicals, Inc.
Helen S.
Hillsboro Pines Golf
Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina
Hollybrook Golf Club
Home Depot
Honey Baked Ham Co.
Hooters
Howard Johnson
International Gems
J Marks Restaurant & Bar
Jax House of Ribs
JB's On The Beach
Jetro Cash-N-Carry
JR Dunn
Jungle Queen, Inc.
Kilwin's
Liberty Tax Service
Lion Country Safari
Little Italian Pizza
Macy's
Melting Pot
Message Envy
Miami Dolphins LTD
Miami Seaquarium
Mimmo's Italian Restaurant
Mr. Food No-Fuss Meals
Mr. Squeaky
Museum of Art, Ft. Lauderdale


Museum of Discovery & Science
Muvico Theaters
NO TOOL'S Fishing Trip
Nu Turf Of Pompano Inc.
Ocean Sands, Resort and Spa
Orange-Brook Country Club
Outback Steakhouse
Palm Aire Country Club (3701)
Pat's Place Sports Bar
Pepsi
Plantafion Preserve Golf Course & Club
Pompano Beach Credit Union
Pompano Discount Liquors
Publix
Rapid's Water Park
Ruth's Chris Steak House
Seasons 52
Skin Care by Angelina
Smart Sun Guide
Sonny Simonize Car Wash
Standish Mellon Asset Management
Stranahan House
The Club at Emerald Hills
The Cove
The Fin & Claw
Toshiba Business Solutions
TPC at Eagle Trace
Venture Salon
Wal-Mart
Westin Fort Lauderdale
Weston Hills Country Club
Whole Foods Market
Woodlands Country Club
Woodmont Country Club
World Electric Supply
Yak-Zies
YOLO (You Only Live Once) Restaurant

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A & B Pipe & Supply, Inc.
Aries Industries Pipeline Inspection
Atlantic Environmental Sys, Inc.
Cooper Colony Country Club
Corcel Corp.
EBBA Iron Sales
FJ Nugent & Associates, Inc.
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At the September meeting,
resident Rochelle Gordy said
she doesn't agree with the
street name changes, and the
money involved could be put
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a list of dozens of residents
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PELICAN WRITER
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ery diner's check Wednesday,
Dec. 9 to the building fund at
the Ventnor B Homeowner's
Association.
From an article that ran
in The Pelican in October,
Brinkman learned of the
plight of 14 people left home-
less more than four years
when a fire destroyed their
units.
"Here's an opportunity to
help our elderly who worked
all their lives, who were our
'greatest generation,"' Brink-
man said. "What has gone on
here makes me mad."
The 11 units have not been
rehabbed for several reasons.
The buildings were under-'-,
insured by COOCVE and
Master Management, the
organizations that manage
Century Village.
Also escalating costs of
bringing the units up to tough-
er building codes instituted
after Hurricane Wilma were
several times higher than the
original cost.
Several lawsuits, filed on
behalf of Ventnor B residents,
are working their way through
the system.
Ventnor B president, Faye
Adam, has sought to remedy
the situation by contacting lo-
cal, state and federal agencies
and politicians at all levels.
Some work on the units has
been done. She estimates it
will take another $500,000
before residents can return to
their homes.
Brinkman knows his
fundraiser won't raise that
kind of money, but he says,
"I want every business owner
to say 'let's help them out.'
And every president of every
building (in CVE) should be
saying 'What if it were us?'
To be part of a community, is
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overseeing the 2011 budget
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Keechl says moving Bro-
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sion at Fort Lauderdale-Hol-
lywood International Airport,
the continued expansion of
Port Everglades and finding
a way to fund a new county
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Voters
originally
elected
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who rep-
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District 4,
KEECHL in 2006
and on Nov.
17 commissioners elected
him to serve a one-year term
as mayor. Keechl is up for
reelection in 2010. Sue Gunz-
burger, District 6, was elected
vice mayor.
Keechl's new position
makes him the highest ranked
openly gay mayor in the coun-
try. "I'm excited about this
journey but this journey is
not just about me. There's no
way I'd be here without the
Dolphin Democrats."
The night before becom-
ing mayor, Keechl attended a
Dolphin Democrats event in
Oakland Park. Keechl, along
with Oakland Park Commis-
sioner Anthony Niedwiecki,
State Senator David Aronberg
and Dolphin Democrats Presi-
dent Michael Albetta, spoke
about the gains of the GLBT,
or Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual,
Transgender, community.
"We really need to have
somebody in Tallahassee
looking out for us," said
Keechl, who recently en-
dorsed Aronberg in his bid
to be Florida's next attorney
general. Albetta also en-
dorsed Aronberg, calling him
"the finest representative for
this office."
Aronberg says he was
against Amendment 2 and
if elected will defend equal
rights for gays and lesbians
to the full extent his position
as attorney general allows.
"Ken Keechl being elected as
mayor is a wonderful thing for
us," stated Albetta, who says
there is still work to be done
advancing GLBT issues in
Florida.
Keechl's district includes
Wilton Manors, Lauderdale-
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Lighthouse Point, Sea Ranch
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locally-grown tomatoes,
combined with the basil
she grows at home, were
delicious.
Deerfield's Economic
Development Manager, Keven
Klopp, has also done research.
It turns out that Deerfield is
about the only city around
here that doesn't have a green
market during the winter
growing season.
The most successful one
appears to be in Parkland
where Colleen O'Dea, special
events manager for the city,
organizes 60 to 65 vendors
twice a month on Sundays,
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. It's not a
money maker for the city
O'Dea says, but does bring
the community together to
buy locally produced foods.
She limits the number of
craft vendors, although
this Sunday, Dec. 6, she is
allowing in about a dozen
jewelry crafters.
This year she has a
sponsor to cover her $6,000
budget, most of which goes
for advertising. She says
she charges less than other
market managers and the
fruit and vegetable farmers
pay nothing. "We're breaking
even this year," she said.
With the growing season
well under way, a market
in Deerfield Beach could
probably not be established
until next winter, Klopp said.
In the meantime, Noland
is eyeing some possible
sites. Sullivan Park on the
Intracoastal Waterway,
Pioneer Park, and the site with
the most space and parking,
Gates of Hillsboro Park are all
being considered.
Gates of Hillsboro Park,
according to Noland, would


bring residents living east out
to meet their neighbors in the
west.
"I think we should try it,"
Noland said.
In his report, Klopp raises
questions of who would
manage the market, where it
would be located and suggests
taking into consideration the
prospect for success in view
of surrounding markets and
existing grocery stores.
O'Dea warns that setting
up a market and keeping the
vendors happy is no easy
task. But it is being done most
everywhere.
In Pompano Beach, the
market is a project of the
Historical Society and is
located Saturday mornings
at Northeast 1 Street and
North Flagler Avenue. It
offers fruits, vegetables,
juices, baked goods, seafood,


gourmet teas and coffees,
plants and health-related
products and services.
Boca Raton's Green Market
is on US 1 in the Royal Palm
Shopping Center, Saturdays,
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and has
grown to include vendors
of crafts and art. There is
often entertainment and a
nearby caf6 has a champagne
breakfast on the menu.
There are also green
markets throughout the
county, including Las
Olas Boulevard in Fort
Lauderdale, Sundays, 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m., Boynton Beach,
Saturday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
the Schoolhouse Children's
Museum, Margate on alternate
Sunday and Parkland's
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PELICAN WRITER
Hillsboro town
commissioners took steps this
week to re-organize their staff
at city hall, hiring a new city
clerk and releasing finance
director Robert Lange.
Jean-Marie Mark, currently
the deputy town clerk in Juno
Beach, was chosen from
three finalists to take over the
town's top administrative job.
Mark starts with an annual
salary of $60,000.
Mark became a certified
municipal clerk in October
of this year. Her previous
experience has been in
catering sales with major
hotel chains and resorts and
human resources with the City
of Tempe, AZ and before that
in private industry.
She is bi-lingual and speaks
the Chinese Hoi San dialect.
Prodded by Mayor Carmen
McGarry, the commission
voted unanimously to
terminate Lange whose
$80,000 position was


eliminated in this year's
budget.
The town has budgeted
$40,000 for a part time person
to handle the town's finances.
Deputy Clerk Irene George
remains in place;
Beach assessment
In other news, the
commission tentatively settled
on an assessment method to
pay for a $5.6 million beach
restoration project which
they hope will be completed
in April. Challenged by
opposing forces each
threatening lawsuits, the
commission chose an option
with the least disparity
between the owners of luxury
single family homes and the
condo dwellers.
Figures developed by
consultant PMG apportion
the 10-year payout as
approximately $500 annually
for the largest beachfront
properties to $160 for
condominium unit owners.
That option is the least
onerous for the big property
owners, several of whom have


retained lawyers to fight any
assessment they deem 'unfair'
under state laws that require
assessment based on benefits.
The commission will hold
a special meeting this month
to approve an assessment
resolution. Both sides of the
issue present at this week's
meeting, seemed satisfied
with the proposed assessment
method.
Also under consideration
is a move to validate with a
judge whatever assessment
is chosen. Attorney Mark
Raymond advised the
commission this week that
validation removes, for the
most part, any threat of
legal action over the beach
restoration now and in the
future.
Some Hillsboro residents
say they don't need the sand
at all because their properties
are nourished from sand that
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honoring their achievement.


Club Youth Programs
Assistant Chair, The Rev.
Tim Thomas, St. Nicholas
Episcopal Church, presented
the plaques and asked the
students to tell attending
club members about their
goals, career plans and the
person who has had the
most positive influence on
their lives. This month's
students are being honored
for academic achievement in
their respective schools. This
award is presented to those
students that have worked
very hard to be the best.
This month's awards:
Pompano Beach High
School Kysswanna Williams
and John Walsh
Highland Christian Ryan
Marrow and Kelly Sirbola
Deerfield Beach High


School Kathryn Burgess
and Jonathan Pires
Coconut Creek Nicholas
Gunness and George Assis
Blanche Ely High School -
Blake Bailey and Krista Wade
The Exchange Club
recognizes and promotes
academic achievement in
our community as the key
to our future success and
has a number of educational
programs in place. Not only
does the club honor academic
achievement, they also honor
those students submitted by
their teachers and counselors
for academic improvement.
Other educational programs
receiving support and
participation from the club
include, drop-out prevention,
special education and tutoring
assistance.


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square feet of amenities. Our
buyers think this is the finest
building in South Florida."
Available for lease is 25,000
square feet of commercial
space and the aim is to
bring in quality retailers and
restaurants, she added.
Originally marketed at
figures ranging from $825,000
to $4.4 million, prices are
now being discounted at least
50 percent. "It seems like the
partners bought the building
at the right price, and they
will be able to move the units
quickly," Fucci said.
The Chetrit Group
purchased 17 Filene's
Basement outlets in May for
$22 million saving the chain
from bankruptcy. In 2006, the
group invested $840 million
in the Sears Tower. Other
recent acquisitions include the
Berkeley Carteret Oceanfront
Hotel on the Jersey Shore for
$16 million and the 600,000
square foot Fort Lee, New
Jersey Executive Park for
$86.2 million.
Pearl and the Chetrit Group
have partnered on several
South Florida properties
including, the conversion of
he. Bay Club Condominium,
the purchase of the Roney
Plaza on South Beach
and its redevelopment as
the Gansevoort Hotel and
Paradise Condominium
as well as many other
condominium and townhome
developments.

Celebrate
the Grand
Menorah
lighting
The public is invited
to celebrate Chanukah,
the Festival of Lights, in
Deerfield Beach on Dec. 13
on South Ocean Way, between
SE 1st and SE 2nd Streets
near the fire station from 5 to
7 p.m.
A second celebration will
take place at Citi Centre, 1955
N. Federal Hwy., Pompano
Beach on Dec. 16 at 5:30 p.m.
in the Citi Centre Courtyear.
This a holiday of unity and
joy for the entire family.
Join with the local
community and city officials
as the grand menorah is
lighted. Refreshments include
doughnuts and latkes. There
will also be dancing. The
event is free.


Sample-McDougald House
Christmas ornament available
The annual Sample-McDougald House Christmas ornament
is a modern local tradition. Artist Pat Anderson, owner of My
Own Cruising Journal, has produced original artwork for this
year's colorful ornament.
The Sample-McDougald House, decorated for Christmas,
is featured on one side, while the other contains a rendering
of a windmill and butterfly garden, a planned feature on the
Sample-McDougald House site plan.
The Sample-McDougald House, built in 1916 and listed in
the National Register of Historic Places, has been restored by
the non-profit Sample-McDougald House Preservation Society
(www.samplemcdougaldhouse.com).
The organization is currently beginning a million-dollar site
development and landscaping of the surrounding ground
The limited edition 2009 ornaments are available for $20
each. They can be purchased at the weekly Pompano Beach
Green Market, held every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on
Flagler Avenue at Northeast First Street.
Ornament may also be ordered by sending a check ($20
per ornament, plus $5.00 for postage if mailed) to the Sample-
McDougald House, PO Box 1599, Pompano Beach, FL 33061.
Please include a telephone number with the order.
For additional information, please call 954 941-1103.


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Family Night
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Put the shopping aside on
Dec. 4 and take the family to
the Lighthouse Point Family
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On tap will be a movie on
the big screen, music and
fun. Participants should bring
picnics, blankets, drinks and
chairs.
The event, sponsored by
My Favorite DJ and Balistreri
Realty, takes place at Frank
McDonough Park, 3500 NE
27 Ave., Lighthouse Point, at
6 p.m.


Library book
sale
The Friends of the Pompano
Beach Libraries invites
everyone of all all ages and
stages to shop at the Friends
Holiday Book Fair
December 4 and 5 from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Pompano
Beach Library, 1213 East
Atlantic Blvd, Pompano
Beach Lobby area.
Best sellers, movies,
children's books and more
will be at the sale tables.
For more information please
954-786-2182.

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on Sat. Dec. 5 from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m.
A portion of the proceeds
will benefit the "Shade the
Park Playground 2010" effort
in Lighthouse Point.


Some of the items
available are: sterling silver
and personalized jewelry,
candles, designer flip flops,
cookbooks, custom children's
clothing, designer-inspired
handbags, a bake sale and
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By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
Commissioners in
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea nixed
three proposed referendum
items regarding ethics and
height limits at Tuesday's
meeting. First to fail was
an amendment to the town
charter involving ethics
requirements for the mayor
and commissioners. The vote
was 3 to 1 with Commissioner
Birute Clottey voting yes.
Vice Mayor Jerry McIntee
was absent.
"I don't believe this subject
belongs in a referendum,"
said Commissioner Jim
Silverstone, adding that the
current state law is enough.
"It belongs in an ordinance."
Commissioner Stuart Dodd,
who originally proposed an
ethics ordinance, said the
item being considered was
nowhere near the motion
he made. Mayor Roseann
Minnet agreed with Dodd.
Three residents spoke against
approving the ordinance as is.


Dodd said his motion was
very specific and prevented
commissioners and the
mayor from voting on a
matter involving a conflict of
interest.
"What we have here is a
nightmare. My simple motion
got completely messed up,"
Dodd said.
The amendment adopts
standards of conduct for the
mayor and commissioners that
mandates or allows officials
to abstain from voting if they
have a conflict of interest.
It also authorizes, by
unanimous vote, the
commission to waive the
requirements if a majority
decision isn't reached.
Clottey suggested voting
on the amendment at a
later meeting with all
commissioners present. "We
have been talking, talking,
talking, and nothing gets
done," said Clottey.
Height limits
Commissioners were
divided, Silverstone and
Minnet voted yes, on an


ordinance restricting the
maximum height of buildings
north of Pine Avenue to 44
ft. and all buildings south of
Pine Avenue to a maximum
of 33 ft.
Silverstone said he favors
clarifying the existing height
restrictions. "Obviously, it's
very confusing to a lot of
people."
Dodd opposed the
ordinance but said more


needs to be done to preserve
open space and maintain ocean
views.
Clottey said in the last
referendum one of the goals
was to make sure a simple
majority on the commission
couldn't overturn long-term
plans. "It's not good if every
two years the commission is
playing around with height
limits. That's a very silly way
to approach development.


We wanted to be sure zoning
could only be changed by the
people."
Minnet asked if the March
2006 referendum, on heights,
was written correctly. Town
Attorney James White said
the language was properly
codified into the charter.
"If we need to look at
heights again, the public
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Local charities big winners
with Isle Casino
Isle Casino Racing Pompano Park has hosted several events
this fall to support local charities. The following fund raisers
were recipients of these events:
$10,764 to Boys and Girls Club of Broward County
On Sept. 26, the Boys and Girls Club of Broward County
held Racing Night at the Isle Casino to raise funds for the local
chapter.
A classic car show featuring 100 cars was set on the apron
of the racetrack, a bounce horse race and 50/50 raffle were
also part of the event. Over $10,000 was raised for the Thomas
D. Stephanis unit. Also, on Sept. 25 through Sept. 27, a silent
auction of sports memorabilia benefited the Boys and Girls
Club. The silent auction raised $764.
$13,215 to Disabled Veterans Memorial Foundation
From Oct. 9 through Nov. 11, guests who made a $5 donation
to the Disabled Veterans Life Memorial Foundation received 500
extra chips for the Isle's daily poker tournaments. The Founda-
tion's objective is to raise an estimated $86 million to help de-
sign, build and maintain the nation's first memorial dedicated to
disabled veterans. The Isle's poker room raised $13,215 for the
Foundation, headquartered in Delray Beach.
$5,000 to Gilda's Club
A "Steps for Life Breast Cancer Walk" to benefit Gilda's
Club of South Florida was held on Saturday, October 10 at
the Isle Casino. Dogs were invited to walk with their owners
around the racetrack. More than 200 people participated In
addition, a silent auction of sports and movie memorabilia on
the second floor of the casino raised $576 for Gilda's Club.


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Continued from page 23
needs to have more involvement, and we need to take more
than a week. Let's not get ourselves into another mess that we
can't get out of," said Minnet. Clottey's motion to defer the
matter, Silverstone in support, failed in a 2 to 2 vote.
Four residents spoke against the height ordinance and one
in favor. Scot Sasser, a candidate for Mclntee's seat, said he
supports clearly defining height limits, but this isn't the right
time. He said citizens need more information. "This should
be done after we know the outcome of litigation," said Sasser,
referring to the Bert J. Harris' claims against the town over the
height limits.
Diane Boutin, general manager of the Windjammer resort,
said the proposed ordinance would prevent some properties
from rebuilding to their current heights if they were destroyed
in a disaster.
Commissioners also voted down 3 to 1 a similar height
ordinance, Silverstone voted yes. Dodd says he supports the
ordinance, but it needs to be more detailed.
A motion to approve a resolution calling for a special election
on potential town expenditures to provide lifeguards at town
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Food, drink, entertainment,
silent auction and more are in
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Deerfield tree
lighting
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Annual Christmas Tree
Lighting Ceremony takes
place Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. at the
Old Schoolhouse, 232 NE 2nd
Street.
The event is co-sponsored-
by the City of Deerfield
Beach and the Deerfield
Beach Cultural Committee.
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AAUW, or American
Association of University
Women, will hold its next
meeting on Jan. 9 at 12:30
p.m. at the Emma Lou Olson


Civic Center, 1801 NE 6 St.,
Pompano Beach.
Following the membership
meeting there will be a
discussion of the book: Hot,
Flat & Crowded by Thomas
Friedman. The meeting
is open to the public. New
members are welcome. Free
admission. Call 954- 570-
5423.


Cresthaven
group to host
holiday party
Members and guests of
Cresthaven Civic Association
are invited to a holiday party
starting at 6 p.m. Thursday,


Dec. 10, at the Pompano
Moose Lodge, 3321 NE Sixth
Terr.
Santa will be on hand, and
installation of new officers is
planned. For information, call
954-785-0960.


Deerfield
church
to host
holiday
concert
A Yuletide Christmas
Concert will take place at
Community Presbyterian
Church, Dec. 5 at 6 p.m. at the
church sanctuary.
The event is free and open
to the public and will feature
the Keili Kids playing and
singing traditional Christmas
favorites accompanied by
Jeffrey Donahue, director of
Music/Organist,
Community Presbyterian
Church is located at the beach
on A1A, five blocks south of
Hillsboro Blvd. Call 954-426-
2827
Pompano
Beach Garden
Club
The Pompano Beach
Garden Club will have its
General Meeting and Holiday
Luncheon at 12:30 p.m. on
Monday Jan. 14 at Emma Lou
Olson Civic Center, 1801 NE
6th St., Pompano Beach. Call
Harriet 954-783-3106

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Unique plants, crafts, "green" products, information booths
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Book club for kids will focus
on Florida history
A grant from the Target Corp. is being used to establish a
history book club in Deerfield Beach aimed at giving young
readers the facts and lore about their state. Information about
the club is being distributed to elementary schools and is avail-
able at the Deerfield Beach Historical Society.
Society Executive Director Carolyn Morris is selecting
books for kids ages 5-11. Each reading group will be assigned
and given a book about Florida. They return a month later to
comment upon their book and discuss its content. The kids will
also be encouraged to present skits and/or illustrate their books.
The $1,500 grant provides them the book, a book bag and
snacks at the Let's Read! book club meetings.
This week, Morris presented the program to students at
Deerfield Park Elementary School through its closed-circuit TV
system. "I wish I could do that at every school to get the word
out," she said.
Although the Historical Society has presented story hours,
this is its first attempt at a book club, Morris said. She is look-
ing forward to it. "I'll have to read every book," she said. "So I
know I will learn something."
Let's Read! begins in January and runs through April. Meet-
ings will be at the Butler House, SE 4 Avenue and Hillsboro
Boulevard, Deerfield Beach. To sign up a child for the book
club, fill out the flyer being left at the schools, or contact Mor-
ris at 954-429-0378.

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school for continuous upgrades to the facilities and school
campus. The 1st place team included James Thomas, Ryan
Chandley, Mike Reed and Bud Lindh. Individual winners
included Ron Chin for the Longest Drive, Mike Bourgault for
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What is the Anglican Catholic Church?
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+ a deep spirituality.

If you are interested In learning more about the Anglican Catholic Church-or just curious-
or would like to take part in theological discussion, you are warmly invited to a class at Saint John's
Angican Cathoic Church, Pompano Beach, at four o'clock on the five Sunday afternoons In January.
Refreshments will be served.
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