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By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Deerfield Beach Fresh produce
and gourmet foods will soon be for
sale Sunday mornings in Sullivan
Park. The Community Redevelopment
Agency is working on a contract with
the Market Company, a Miami firm, to
operate a green market at the Intra-
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By Judy Vik
PELICAN STAFF
Pompano Beach North Pompano
Little League, part of the community
for 45 years, is in imminent danger of
becoming extinct.
District Administrator Sue Conklin
See LITTLE LEAGUE on page 20


Ghoulies, ghosties will find a friendly home in Pompano Beach for treats on All Hallow's Eve. Please check out safety plans for children this holiday
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PELICAN STAFF
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See CHARTER on page 22


Home field advantage?
Local leaders endorsing
Williamson for school board

By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
School Board candidate Travis Williamson is showing strong support from
local elected officials in his bid for the District 7 seat being vacated by Dr. Bob
Parks. Williamson, 30, a Pompano Beach native and graduate of Blanche Ely
High School, has drawn the support of county property appraiser Lori Parrish,
Deerfield Beach Vice Mayor Joe Miller, Lighthouse Point Mayor Fred Schorr,
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By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
Oakland Park Commis-
sioners have authorized city
officials to award a bid for
an Oakland Park Boulevard
water main relocation project
to Lanzo Construction for
$1.371 million.
The vote at Wednesday's
meeting was 3-2, Vice Mayor
Suzanne Boisvenue and Com-
missioner Jed Shank dissent-
ing.
The Florida Department of
Transportation is prepared to
install $1.7 million worth of
lighting along Oakland Park
Boulevard at no cost to the
city. Lanzo will replace a ce-
ment water main that interfers
with the lighting project and
replace it with ductile iron
pipe. The DOT project con-
sists of installing 83, 50-foot
tall, black cobra-head light
poles.
Stormwater study will de-
termine the numbers for new
assessment
Oakland Park Commis-
sioners Wednesday authorized
a stormwater utility review
and rate study that will lead to
a new assessment for resi-
dents. City officials voted to
hire Craven Thompson &
Associates for the study at a


cost of $112,709. The vote
was 4-1, Vice Mayor Suzanne
Boisvenue dissenting.
Since approval of a Storm-
water Master Plan in 2002,
more than $24 million in
drainage projects has been
completed ($15 million) or
is under construction ($9
million), according David
C. Womacks, Public Works
Director. This activity has de-


pleted the Stormwater Utility
Fund and the commission has
directed staff to move toward
implementation of a non -ad
valorem assessment.
Since 2005, much of the
funding for these projects,
approximately $13.4 mil-
lion, came from various
grant sources but these grants
are now difficult to obtain
Womacks said. The study,


to be completed by June,
includes implementing the
process for stormwater non-ad
valorem assessment, devel-
oping and recommending
funding options for pending


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performing a stormwater rate
study update.
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the Boys and Girls Club, 27
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23 from 6 to 10 p.m. Art &
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East Atlantic Boulevard,
Pompano Beach. Meet local
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Warm mulled spiced cider
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Free. Call 954-788-9044.
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Road Tamarac starting Octo-
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954-726-7898.
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Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
presents "Murder at Howard
Johnson's," a two-act com-
edy. Performances are set for
7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 4,
through Saturday, Nov. 6,
with a 2 p.m. matinee also
scheduled for Saturday. Vin-
cent J. Ragusa is directing and
producing the play.
Tickets are $20 each. Call
954-938-5312. For more in-
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Oakland

Park


Continued from page 3
subcontract the majority of
the work to the firm of Hazen
and Sawyer.
Public hearings will be held
in June. The assessment will
be placed on property tax bills
in November 2011.
Outdoor storage
Oakland Park Com-
missioners accepted a draft
ordinance regarding property
maintenance and outdoor stor-
age this week and have sent


it along to the Planning and
Zoning Board for consider-
ation at their Nov. 8 meeting.
The proposal was modified
to meet concerns residents
outlined at a recent com-
munity meeting attended by
about 60 residents said Rick
Buckeye, Senior Planner.
The ordinance prohibits
open storage or discarding
of junk vehicles, watercraft,
vessels, boats, junk items
household appliances, debris,
garbage, trash, abandoned
personal property, graffiti and
litter. It also prohibits over-
grown groundcover or vegeta-
tion and unmaintained build-


ings and structures.
The ordinance restricts the
use of residential land for
storage of building materials
or construction equipment
except when incidental to
construction operations where
a building permit is in effect.
It allows usable lawn,
garden or pool furniture,
barbecues, toys, bicycles,
solid waste carts, recycling
containers or trash cans that
are in use.
Stable Bar expansion
approved
Oakland Park Commis-
sioners unanimously approved


a 432-foot expansion of The
Stable Bar at 201-205 E.
Oakland Park Blvd. They also
okayed $10,000 in land-
scaping rather than the staff
recommendation of $39,000.
The applicant, Pagels-Kelley
Properties, Inc. has 24 months
to complete the project.
Public meeting set on
vehicles, news racks
Oakland Park A meeting


open to all residents, property
and business owners to get
input on proposed ordinances
related to recreational vehicles
and commercial vehicles in
residential districts and modu-
lar news racks will be held
7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 27
at Jaco Pastorius Park Com-
munity Center, 1098 NE 40
Court. For more information,
call Rick Buckeye, Senior
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ESTABLISHED 1993 Volume XVIII, Issue 41 Founding Editor and Publisher Supporters of the Pompano Beach Historical Society stepped back into history
Anne Hanby Siren at Hugh's Culinary in Oakland Park this month to recreate the times of gang-
Managing Editor: Michael d'Oliveira sters and their dolls. Here are some of the fine people you know from everyday
Graphics: Aili Melton life caught in their flights of fancy that benefitted the Society's work in Pom-
Bookkeeper: John White pano Beach.
Vice President: Christopher Siren
Vcntr sitngtes:CPhisJ uer rgeOn Oct. 30, they will all be back to normal at the opening of the Pompano
Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Neuberger,
Judy Wilson, Malcolm McClintock, Beach Green Market at the corner of Atlantic Boulevard and Dixie Highway.
Norbert Izworski, Donna Torrey, Judy Vik No raids or arrests were reported at the Society's evening at the Speakeasy.
Copy editors Phyllis J. Neuberger,
Account Executives:
Paul Shroads, Carolyn Mann, Bill Heaton, Jacqueline Smith
Special Office Assistant: Cathy Siren
The Pompano Pelican is published weekly on Fridays
Street Address: 1500-A E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach, FL 33060
Telephone: 954-783-8700 Fax: 954-783-0093
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a writer's name will be withheld on request; letters must also include a daytime
telephone number. Advertising rates are available upon request. Subscription rate is
$31.80 including tax for one year's delivery in Greater Pompano Beach; $93.80/per
year including tax for others in the United States; call 954-783-8700 for rates abroad.
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Copyright 2010. Reproduction of this publication in whole or in part is prohibited
without written permission of the publisher. The Pelican is a member of the Greater
Pompano Beach Chamber of Commerce, Deerfield Beach Chamber and the LBTS
Chamber. The Pelican is a state certified woman-owned minority business. The Peli-
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single family homes. We welcome your critiques and ideas concerning this publica-
tion. Anne Siren


Pompano Beach leaders honored at

chamber Shining Stars event

It's not the award, but their humanity that impels

them to make life betterfor others

By Anne Siren
PELICAN PUBLISHER


Congratulations to all of the recipients of this month's annual Shining Star
awards. Tom DiGiorgio, a restaurateur and among many other volunteer posi-
tions, holds the seat of chair of the Pompano Beach Economic Development
Council. DiGiorgio received the Stewart Kester award that continues to sym-
bolize the character of one of the founding pioneers who stepped in to build a
better city when no one else could.
Calvin Glidewell, chief executive officer of Imperial Point Medical Center,
has been a dedicated supporter to the chamber and its events since he arrived
only a few years ago.
BSO Major William Knowles, who heads the policing in Pompano Beach, has
created programs to help the homeless find places to eat, live and find hope. His
reminded those at the luncheon this month that "The only time you look down
on a person is when you are helping him up." Mayor Knowles led the rally to
initiate a community response to the victims of the Haiti earthquake earlier this
year.
Hundreds of dog lovers have found new happiness as a result of Lisa Ham-
burg's determined effort to push the city to build a dog park. And while she .
faced much criticism from people, she would not give up her vision. Today
many of her distracters have changed their minds as they see the dog park, now
Canine Corner, one of the happiest spots in Pompano Beach. Hamburg was
awarded the Lighthouse the Community" honor.
Dawne Richards, founder of the East Pompano Civic Association, has led
hundreds of residents to the understanding that joining together as a neighbor-
hood brings neighbors together and builds community. Richards also founded
with Friday Night on the Water event that helped many on the eastside of town
get to know more about planned development for the beach and surrounding
areas. Richards took the Community Service Award.
For a complete list of the recipients of Shining Stars, please see page 8.
We also applaud the Pompano Beach Chamber of Commerce and its board of
directors who have seen the value of honoring those people in the community
who have been leaders.
This event represents a validation of work and volunteerism that came natu-
rally from people who had never sought recognition. The light of their work
comes from their humanity that pushes them to start working for something The Pompano Beach Historical Society supports local history through events, lectures and its web-
greater than themselves. site. The Pompano Beach Green Market, founded by the Society, benefits the work of the Society.
Congratulations to all. Members are near completion of the Sample-McDougald House, soon to open as a museum. For
more information on the Society or membership, call 954-782-3015.


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Friday, October 22, 2010







Friday, October 22, 2010 The Pelican 7


Williamson
Continued from page 1
and most of the Pompano
Beach commission.
He ran strong in single-
family voting precincts in
Deerfield Beach and Pompano
Beach in the primary, los-
ing to Nora Rupert, a teacher
who lives in Coconut Creek.
Rupert was endorsed by The
Pelican in the primary elec-
tion. The seat encompasses
northeast Broward, Coconut
Creek and parts of Margate,
and who will sit there will be
decided in the Nov. 2 general
election.
One of his most influential
supporters is Dr. Parks, who
in the primary endorsed Nova
professor Jim Lansing. After
Lansing lost, Williamson
sought Parks' blessing and
Parks, who has served on


the board for 24 years, said
"I found he had a real good
handle on the issues. He had
solutions. He talked about
partnerships which I have
always promoted. He has a
grasp of the enormity of the
issues."
Pompano Beach City Com-
missioner Barry Dockswell
is also willing to publicly
endorse the hometown candi-
date. Contrasting Williamson
with Rupert who has the sup-
port of Broward's powerful
teachers' union, Dockswell
said he believes Williamson
will have a more even handed
view of the issues. "With his
hard-headed business experi-
ence, he would give union
issues and economic realities
equal weight," the commis-
sioner said.
Williamson ran for a city
commission seat in 2007 and
was defeated in that bid by


Dockswell who said during
that campaign he got to know
his opponent fairly well. "He
was a highly ethical person,"
Dockswell said.
Williamson, who manages
his family's diverse business
interests, has put $30,000 of
his own money into his cam-
paign and is eager to say he
has taken no special interest
funds. Rupert's union support
concerns him. "It is hard to
believe someone can represent
both sides when they have so
much union support," he said.
Rupert received 5,300 votes
in the primary to Williamson's
3,966 with her major sup-
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islands, Coconut Creek and
Wynmoor Village where a
large voter turnout could be
the difference in this election.
She declared her intent to run
for the District 7 seat well
before Dr. Parks announced


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his retirement and has been
tireless on the campaign trail
ever since.
For voters who don't per-
sonally know either candidate,
the decision may come down
to which philosophy they
favor, the union stance or the
more independent, business
attitude.
Williamson acknowledges
the support of Dr. Parks and
other high-profile persons is
important to his success. He
also believes that just 12 years
out of high school himself, he
has a handle on the issues that


affect the school system. "I
understand the drop-out rate,
I understand minorities don't
graduate their students in as
large numbers as whites," he
said. "And I'll have vision in
light of the current budget."
Dr. Parks is convinced he
has made the right choice.
"He's taken the time to un-
derstand the issues of growth,
budget, policy -making. I feel
very positive about him. He
has grasped the importance of
representing the people in this
district. He's young, but he is
listening to the right people."


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Pompano

Beach

Chamber

honors stars

at luncheon
by Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Over 170 people gathered
at Carrabba's Italian Grill
on October 13, joining the
Pompano Beach Chamber of
Commerce to pay tribute to
the men and women chosen as
Shining Stars in the business
community. Called the Shin-
ing Stars, the people honored
are well known throughout
Pompano Beach for their end-
less willingness to help the
city and its residents.
Receiving the Stewart Kes-
ter Award, is Tom DiGiorgio,
the well respected and award
winning entrepreneur with an
18 year history in real estate,
restaurant development, archi-
tecture and large construction
oversight. His work for the
city, the chamber and many
civic and charitable groups is
legend.
Light of the Community
Awards were made to Calvin
Glidewell, chief executive of-
ficer of Imperial Point Hos-
pital; Mary Scofield-Phillips,
community activist, owner of
Push Forward Realty, co-
owner of PF Insurance and Fi-
nancial Services and licensed
mortgage broker; Major
William H. Knowles, founder
of Pompano Has Heart, com-
munity activist and first black
officer to be appointed Chief
of Police in Pompano Beach;
Lisa Hamburg, founder of
Pompano Dog Park of Pom-
pano Beach, volunteer at


See LIGHTS on page 10


Pompano Beach Chamber names Pat, Grant Galuppi

Businessmen of the Year at Oct. 13 Awards Luncheon


Pat, Grant and Laura Galuppi take a moment from their busy schedules to stand together in one spot. Grant will soon take over the leadership of the successful
golf course lounge and restaurant when Pat and Laura begin their travels. [Photo by Phyllis J. Neuberger]


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Restaurants have always
been a part of Pat Galuppi's
life. "I was practically raised
in a restaurant," he says.
"Dad was in the business in
Syracuse, New York and I
always liked the atmosphere
and the challenge. I guess it
was no surprise that I would
follow in Dad's footsteps
when I graduated from the
University of Tennessee with
a major in Business Adminis-
tration."
His family had vacationed
in this area and when they
moved here, it became Pat's
home, too. In 1974, he opened
Pat's Game Room Tavern.
Then came Pat's Place which
he ran for 20 years. "While
running Pat's Place, I also


operated the restaurant at the
golf course from 1986 to 1989
when it was torn down. This
existing building was built in
1990 and between that time
and 2005 when I took it over,
there were five different lease
holders. The city was dis-
pleased and was looking for
someone who was seriously
interested in the facility and
that was me."
What's happened since is a
true business success story. As
Ric Green, president and CEO
of the Pompano Beach Cham-
ber puts it, "Pat has been a
business icon in this city for
many years. With his res-
taurant expertise and Grant's
fresh ideas, they have built a
very successful establishment
on the golf course. They've
turned it into a show place
where civic groups, clubs,


large parties, weddings and
individuals choose to meet, to
celebrate, and to enjoy. This
father and son team deserves
to be honored as Business
Men of the Year."
When Pat took over the
restaurant and bar on the golf
course, he began to do major
renovations, adding a wed-
ding ceremony site, banquet
facility and outdoor patio
lounge. And just recently he
and Grant decided to add a
bridal changing room, new
storage space and additional
landscaping. "It's been a
success," he says. "We are
fortunate to have many wed-
dings and special events here.
We've also had very good
public acceptance for break-
fast, lunch and dinner."
Pat adds with pride, "Grant
is now general manager/


owner and he will take over
for me in the near future. He
has a business degree from
Florida Atlantic University
and is very dedicated to the
success of Galuppi's. He
brings new n. i 2. 'v. and ideas
to accommodate the ever
changing demands of society.
Chef Aaron is very key to our
success. He controls the entire
kitchen operation including
purchase of foods, supplies
and menu planning."
Grant recently introduced
the Lite Fare menu which of-
fers 20 choices for under $10
at both lunch and dinner. This
menu features smaller portion
and a lighter price. According
to both Galuppi men, patrons
love it because it's good for
their diets and their wallets.
Pat and his wife Laura have
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Galuppi's
Continued from page 8
two children, Grant and Carly.
Carly is married and will soon
make them grandparents. Pat
says, "Carly was a soft ball
star at Florida State where she
graduated with her Master's
degree in career counseling
and special education. Laura
just retired from a career with
Delta Airlines as an Admin-
istrative Assistant at Palm
Beach Airport. She's now
helping us out as a part time


bookkeeper."
Asked about hobbies, he
smiles and says, "I'm hoping
that Laura and I will begin to
travel and see the world now
that I will have time and she
has Delta benefits. One of our
first trips will be a Northern
Baltic Cruise scheduled for
next May. Every winter I take
a long weekend to go to West
Yellowstone, Wyoming to
snowmobile with friends."
And when the Galuppi fam-
ily goes out to dinner, where
do they dine? Pat laughs and
answers. "Laura loves Bone-


fish Grill. Grant's favorite is
Houston's and my favorite is
Outback for steak."
Wrapping up the interview,
Pat became a little sentimental
saying, "I never anticipated
the growth I've had here. The
banquet area where many
civic organizations meet regu-
larly and choose to have their
big events has been terrific for
us. I'm thrilled and grateful
for Grant and my hard work-
ing staff. And soon it will be
my time to travel the world,
something I couldn't do up
until now."


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AND SO CAN YOU!
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Pompano Beach, FL 33060
John Knox Village is a Continuing Care Retirement
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Visit our website: www.johnknoxvillage.com


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2190 SE Sixth Street Pompano Beach
(1/4 Mile South of Atlantic Blvd on East Side of Federal Hwy)
Sunday Bible Study: 9 am Sunday Worship: 10 am & 6pm
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1200 S. Federal Hwy.
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954-785-2437
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10 The Pelican Friday, October 22, 2010


Lights
Continued from page 8
Doberman Rescue League and
volunteer obedience instruc-
tor and now selling bricks to
fund an expansion of the Dog
Park. She is the owner of Dog
Blessed Training for Dogs and
People.
Dawne Richards, manager
of Methods & Procedures
with Scarborough Research,
received the Community
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the East Pompano Civic As-
sociation, monthly clean-ups,
Friday Night Music on the
Water and more.
The Founders Award went
to John Knox Village, the
second largest continuing
care retirement community in
Florida with 743 independent
living units, 64 assisted living
units and a 177-bed health
center. The Village has been
a non-stop supporter of the
city and its many charitable
organizations. The Village is
one of the largest employers
in the city with 650 employ-
ees, generating $20,000,000
in annual salary and benefits.
The Chamber made an early
announcement that the Village
will be the Grand Marshall of
2010 Boat Parade, an honor
usually bestowed on celebri-
ties.
Julie Katz, director of
marketing for Pompano Citi
Centre was made Business
Woman of the Year. She was
chosen for her creation of
outstanding events involv-
ing worthy causes, charities
and local business, bonding


the Centre to the city and its
many civic and charitable
organizations.
Pat and Grant Galuppi were
chosen as Business Men of
the Year for their support of
worthy causes in Pompano
Beach ever since Pat Galuppi
opened Pat's Place in 1984.
Son Grant is now owner/vice
president is the third genera-
tion to be in the hospitality
business. Father and son have
made Galuppi's on the City's
golf course the place to meet
and dine for many civic
groups, large special events,
weddings, and individuals.
Charlie Thompson III and
Desiree Saunders received the
Junior Lights of the Com-
munity Awards for reaching
out to the community to share
their time and talents with
non-profit groups.
Congratulations to all of the
Shining Stars for giving time
and talents where there has
been need and to the Chamber
of Commerce for recogniz-
ing those who have made a
difference in the world around
them.


Tom DUGiiorgio accepts Stewart
Kester award from Melissa Rapkin, Bob Scharmann accepts the Founders
Chairperson of the Pompano Cham- award on Behalf of John Knox Village.
ber Board of Directors.


Lisa Hamburg, who led the initiative "
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cepts the 'Light of the Community' Community'award on behalf of Imperial
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Calendar


Continued from page 4
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rock and roll musical revue,
Nov. 13 and 14 at the Tamarac
Theatre of the Performing
Arts, 7143 Pine Island Rd,
Tamarac. Tickets $20. Call
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Events
The Pompano Beach
Historical Society will host
a "Casual Evening on the
Inlet" at the home of Tom
and Lee Waldo, 2402 Bay
Drive, Pompano Beach, Oct.
23 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at. The
event includes an auction of
an original watercolor by Pat
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corners.
Masks need eye holes
large enough to see clearly.
Children should stay in
well-lighted and heavily
populated areas.
Children should not eat
any treats until they are exam-
ined by their parents.
Parents should make sure
children carry flashlights,
glow sticks or use reflective
tape on costumes to make
them easily visible to cars.
Tell children to stay
together as a group if they
are going out on Halloween
without an adult.
*Avoid dark alleys, parking
lots, wooded areas or vacant
lots.
Here are local Halloween
events:


Susan Gingerich is popping into local
businesses to give owners and staff a
"Boo." It's all a reminder of the April
9 Relay for Life weekend to honor
cancer victims and survivors.
Pompano Beach
Oct. 27 Halloween Party
at Pompano Citi Centre,
Federal Highway and Copans
Rd., Pompano from 5:30 to
7:30 p.m. FREE to Kids 10
& under. Halloween Costume


Contest starts at 7 p.m. Regis-
ter by 6:45 p.m.
Oct. 27 Halloween
Party at Mitchell/Moore
Center, 901 NW 10 St,
Pompano, from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Admission: $2 for children 13
and under. Call 954-786-4131
Oct. 28 Halloween Fun
Fair in the Amphitheater
Parking Lot, 1801 NE 6 St.,
Pompano from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Admission is 2 canned goods
or $2 per child. Call 954-786-
4111.
Oct. 29 to 31 Haunted
Trail, 1849 E. Atlantic Blvd.
Sponsored by Pompano Beach
Youth Baseball to benefit
Dynamos of Pompano Beach.
Cost $5.
Bit-By-Bit Therapeutic
Riding Center will host a
Halloween Horse Show at the
Sand and Spurs Equestrian
Park.
Come in costume and watch


Bit-By-Bit's special kids show
off their riding skills. Ride a
pony or pet a miniature horse.
Hay rides, face painting and
more games and prizes.
Cost $1 for 12 years and
older. Proceeds benefit Bit-
By-Bit's Horses for Heroes
Veteran Rehabilitation
Program held at the Sand &
Spurs Equestrian Park and the
Bit-By-Bit Therapeutic Riding
Center. Call 954-295-9047.
Wilton Manors
Oct. 29- Halloween
Spooktacular at Wilton


Manors Elementary, 2401 NE
3 Ave, Wilton Manors from
5:30 to 9 p.m.
Oakland Park
Oct. 22- Halloween
dance at Collins Community
Center, 3900 NE 3 Ave., from
7 to 10 p.m. for children in
grades 6 to 9 or students 11 to
15 years old. Admission is $3
per person.
Oct. 22 Halloween
Haunted House, located in
the batting cage on the South
side of Wimberly Field, will
be open from 7 to 10 p.m.


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Spook-tac-u-lar Grand
opening of Bobby Pins Hair
Design, 1243 S. Powerline
Road, Pompano Beach, Oct.
22, 4 to 8 p.m. Call 954-972-
1850.
Community Presbyterian
Church of Deerfield Beach
performs a Musical Salute to
Veterans, Nov. 7 at 10 a.m.
featuring Jeffrey Donahue,
Community Presbyterian
Church Choir and the
FiddleWorks, Inc. Classic
Kids String Ensemble
Classes
Lifelong classes at Dave
Thomas Center start Nov.
1: New 8-week Fee-Sup-
port/Lifelong Learning classes
begin Nov. 1 at the Dave
Thomas Education Center. All
instructors are certified teach-
ers and class titles include:
Introduction to Computers,
Microsoft Office, QuickBooks
I, Spanish (Conversational),
Accent Reduction and Cake
Decorating. Fees vary. The
Center is located at 180 SW
2nd Street in Pompano Beach.
Call 754-321-6750.
Marine
The U.S. Coast Guard
Auxiliary in Pompano
Beach is offering "About
Boating Safety" Course on
Oct. 23 at the Pompano Beach
Fire Training Facility, 180 SW
3rd Street from 8:00 a.m. to 5
p.m. Cost is $50 per person.
Contact Tom Nolan at 954-
421-0502.
Crafts
St. Paul The Apostle
Catholic Church located at
2700 NE 36 Street in Light-
house Point presents "Annual
Christmas Boutique on Nov.
13 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and
Nov. 14 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Call 954-943-9154.
The Benevolent Patriotic
Order #142 is hosting a Holi-
day Arts and Craft sidewalk
sale Nov. 20, from 10:30 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at the Pompano
Beach Elks Lodge 700 NE 10
Street. Open to the Public.
Dance
St. Ambrose Singles Dance
will be held at the St. Am-
brose Church Hall on Nov. 10
and Dec. 15 at 380 S. Federal
Highway, Deerfield Beach
from 7:30 to 11 p.m. Cost is
$8. Call 954-943-7158 or 954-
426-2434.
At the Parks
Broward County Parks and
Recreation is hosting a K-9
Splash Series, for dogs ages
4 months and up at Castaway
Island at T.Y. Park in Holly-
wood on Oct. 23 and 24; Para-
dise Cove at C.B. Smith Park
in Pembroke Pines on Oct. 30

See CALENDAR on page 18


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Making a Difference

Phyllis J. Neuberger
wants your suggestions about .
people you know who are
.making a difference. Call
954-783-8700 to recommend
a candidate for this column.


Latisha Chisholm and daughter, Kaniya, shop with their Follies volunteer at JC
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By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF

Their theme is 'We love and
help children', and the Follies
proves it every year. This year
they kicked up their heels for
seven performances, raising
$100,000 through ticket sales
and donations and every bit of
that money went to children's
charities. On Sunday morn-
ing, October 3, they spent the
last of their charitable funds
providing $200 wardrobes
for each of 170 children who
have seldom had the joy of
wearing new clothing.
The children from Florence
Fuller Child Development
Center in Boca and Children's
Diagnostic and Treatment
Center in Fort Lauderdale
traveled by bus to JC Penny
& Co. in the Citi Centre. With
help from parents, JC Penney
staff and a costumed Folly
performer with calculator,


they got to shop, and drop
their choices into baskets until
they had accumulated mer-
chandise up to the allowable
amount.
The store was a buzzing
beehive, as groups of shop-
pers took their turn choos-
ing underwear, socks, shirts,
shorts, jeans, pants and an
occasional a dress-up outfit.
At least 38 helpful sales as-
sociates were on hand to assist
the private shopping sprees.
The store was filled with the
sparkle and glitz of nearly
100 Follies men and women
in colorful costumes greeting,
entertaining and helping to
move the event along. Mer-
chandise was well organized
thanks to the management
skills and generosity of
Penny Manager, Julie Pike.
Catching Julie Pike was like
capturing a butterfly. This
store manager on the move
described the shopping trip as


Kymani Chisholm clutches a favorite pair of jeans as part of the $200 wardrobe
provided by members of the Original Florida Follies.


Penny Manager, Julie Pike; Original Florida Follies founder, Cathy Dooley and
Follies president, Doug Gorab took pride in watching the children put together
their new school wardrobes.


"A great event for the neigh-
borhood," adding, "We've
never done anything like
this in this store before. It's
exciting. We gave a 15 per-
cent discount to each child's
collection which meant they
could add on another $30


worth of merchandise. We did
have to get special parking ar-
rangements from the mall, but
Julie Katz, marketing direc-
tor of the mall, was happy to

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Market
Continued from page 1
getting vendors and providing
a good vendor mix, CRA
Coordinator Kris Mory said.
They will receive $10,000
from the CRA in the first
year, but must become self-
funding thereafter and return
10 percent of the profits to the
city's general fund.
Market Company, a special
events company that operates
at least 10 other farmers'
markets in South Florida,
was one of two bidders. The
other was the Deerfield Beach
Historical Society which this
year is attempting to operate
without any city funds. A
$60,000 stipend formerly
budgeted was cut for 2010-11.
Mory said the review board
selected the Miami firm over
the local bidder because of
the Historical Society's lack
of experience in running a
farmers' market. A green
market in Parkland, run by the
city's Parks and Recreation


Department, took two years
to become successful, Mory
said. "It is difficult to get
started. They (the Historical
Society) lacked the expertise
to put together a proposal. We
didn't want to go through a
learning curve."
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The market will not open
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area's produce is not ready


for picking until then. "Fresh
produce is the key," Mory
said. "We' 11 have nothing for
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goods."
A spokesperson at Market
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Follies
Continued from page 14
out. We increased our normal
shipments of clothing to
accommodate the volume we
needed in children's sizes."
Follies President, Doug
Gorab explained how he
had organized his end of the
event. Each child, identified
with name tag and sizes, was
accompanied by a parent and
a costumed member of the
Follies with a calculator to
keep track of cost of choices
up to the $230 limit. Julie
Pike, store manager, has been
wonderful to us. She gave us a
private shopping opportunity,
ample sales people, and a
15 percent discount which
meant each child could
choose $230 worth of
clothing. We were told that
most of the children, between
five and 12, have never
owned brand new clothing."
The Pelican went shopping
with Latisha Chisholm, her
husband Kendal Baptiste,
their daughter Kaniya and
son, Kymani. This family
moved through the clothing
sections for their son and
then on to their daughter's
area very quickly, dropping
items into their baskets with
little hesitation. Baptiste
said, "We came to the store
yesterday and tried on some
items so that we would know
our children's sizes. They
were very excited and spotted
things they wanted. They
weren't too happy when we
told them they had to wait."
As they lined up at the cash
register, Kaniya clutched her
new, shiny pink purse and
Kymani held up the shirt he
wanted.
Gorab said, "The fun wasn't
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As they exited the store,
with gift-filled bags, they
each received a backpack,
inscribed with our theme, 'We
love and help children."
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money produced, I'm sure
our performers will kick their
heels higher than ever next
season," she said. "We were
founded by Cathy Dooley,
our producer. We' re an all
volunteer group of about 110
members between the ages of
60 and 90 plus. We have 50
actual performers; our oldest
is 94. To cover our production
and program costs, we have
a few fundraisers that are
always successful and fun."
Seven shows are on the
schedule for 2011. To find out
performances scheduled for
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visit the web site at www.
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Thank you, Original Florida
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November Broward Sierra
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The Broward Sierra Club meets Thursday, Nov. 4 at 7:30
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meeting is open to the public. Guest speaker at the November
meeting will be William Richards from the Florida Department
of Environmental Protection. He will be talking about the
environmental impact we've been having on our waterways.
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The Greater Pompano
Beach Republican Club
meets Thurs., Oct. 28
at the Emma Lou Olson
Center, 1801 NE 6 St., 7 to
8:45 p.m. Chip LaMarca,
candidate for Broward County
Commission will speak.
School board Candidates,
Travis Williamson and Nora
Rupert have also been invited
to address the group.
Call 561-245-1771 or email:
albertj 1940@ aol.com.
The Greater Pompano
Beach Senior Citizen's
Club will meet on second
Wednesday of every month
at the Emma Lou Olson
Community Center on NE
6th Street at 10:00 a.m. (need
phone number)
Halloween events
Oct. 30 Pet Halloween,
Oct. 30, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
at The Silver Sleigh, 1319
E. Sample Road, Pompano
Beach. Pet photos 11 a.m.
to 2 p.m. by Tina Valant.
Donations of $10 benefit the
Florida Humane Society's
new shelter. Call 954-943-
4388.
Holiday Fairs
St. Gabrielle's Catholic
Church, 731 N. Ocean Blvd.,
Pompano Beach, will host
its annual Christmas Fair,
Saturday, Nov. 20, 9 a.m. to
5 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 21,
9 a.m. to noon. Call 954-943-
3684.
Model Railroad Flea
Market and Swap Saturday,
Nov. 6, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
Westside Park Recreation
Center, 445 SW 2nd St.,
Deerfield Beach. Call 954-
448-8935.
Upcoming
Dec. 4 Have lunch and
shop at the Coral Ridge
Yacht Club, 2800 Yacht
Club Drive Fort Lauderdale,
with members of the Fort
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Deerfield
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James Euell the same parent
who complained in April that
the playground had been off
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family has go to Dan Witt
Park in Lighthouse Point.
Euell said he keeps "getting
promises" from the city that
the play equipment will be
fixed. Harbin called it an
"embarrassing" situation.
The manufacturer, Play
Mart Playgrounds, is sending
free replacement parts and
city crews are doing the
installation. Play Mart says
the problem stems from the
original installation done by
an outside contractor, an
opinion Harbin supports
saying the connector pieces
were fastened too tightly
causing the uprights to crack.
Commissioner Bill Ganz
asked about suing the
contractor but City Attorney
Andy Maurodis said that
should be the last option.
Commissioner Joe Miller
added, "We are erring on
the side of safety for our
children.... and doing the best
we can."
Dumpsters are an
issue resident says
Deerfield Beach Mark
Dreyer wants the city to
step up its code enforcement
when it comes to exposed
dumpsters and trash cans.
Dreyer, president of the
Deerfield Beach Island
Community Association east
of the Intracoastal, said he
rode with a code enforcement
officer and spotted 30
instances of dumpsters in
swales which violate the
code. Not only is it "horrible
looking," it is a safety issue,
Dreyer said. He is also asking
commissioners to reduce
the time that trash cans and
bulk trash can be out on the
street. Bulk trash pickup for
the beach area is on Monday,
Dreyer said, which means
trash can be pulled to the curb
of A1A, the city's main tourist
thoroughfare, on Sunday.
He is asking that the current
24-hour rule be shortened
and that all dumpsters be
enclosed. "Let's upgrade the
image of our city," he told the
commission.
Bid to remove Poitier
stalls
Deerfield Beach- Two law
firms have declined to act
as independent counsel to
determine the procedure for
removing City Commissioner
Sylvia Poitier. City Attorney
Andy Maurodis said Tuesday
that he is seeking attorneys
outside Broward County to
work for the commission and
so far has been turned down
by Miami and Palm Beach
County law firms. Two weeks


ago, Mayor Peggy Noland
asked Poitier to resign in
light of information being
uncovered regarding her
votes on HUD funds. When
Poitier refused, the Mayor
asked Maurodis to hire
outside counsel to research
the legalities of removing
her. Maurodis said he expects
he'll find someone by the next
commission meeting, Nov. 2.
Test your fire safety
smarts and help city
earn a grant
Deerfield Beach Fire
Chief Chad Brocato wants
residents to bone up on their
fire safety knowledge by
taking an online quiz that
could earn his department


a $10,000 grant. The quiz,
on the fire department
website, takes a few
minutes to complete. Each
completed quiz represents
a vote with Liberty Mutual,
the company giving the
grant. Quiz is available at
deerfieldbeachfirerescue.
org. For medium-size cities,
Deerfield's category, Midwest
in Kansas is the current leader
with 1,836 votes. Only 77
Deerfield Beach residents
had completed the quiz, but
Brocato is hopeful many
more will participate.
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will be minimal
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has limited solutions to the
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to one option: improving the
existing roadway. A year-
long study that studied three
alternatives has produced a
recommendation that involves
the least work and the least
cost, $16.5 million. Speaking
to the commission Tuesday,
engineer John Flora said
the one-way pairing pattern
alternative and the reliever
road behind Howard Johnson
Resort were both eliminated.


The first is banned here by
resolution, the second would
have cost $27 million in right
of way and business damage
costs. What is recommended
are improvements to the
intersections at A1A and
Hillsboro Boulevard and A 1A
and NE 20th Terrace, adding
drop curbs, signalization,
crosswalks, and pedestrian
and bike lanes. A final public
hearing will be held November
18. When the plan is accepted,
there is $1.4 million available
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League
Continued from page 1
said she needs at least seven
volunteers to keep the Little
League Charter in place and
she has set a meeting at North
Broward Park, Monday,
Nov. 1, 7 p.m. in hope of
maintaining the program.


According to Conklin, the
program has been falling off
over the last few years, "The
volunteers need to have a
volunteer spirit and be ready
to persevere," Conklin said.
Those who step up to the plate
will act as board members to
get the program under way
and do paperwork. As the


children sign up, some may
want to coach, be team moms
or run the concession.
Registration usually begins
in December and January
with practices in February and
regular season games from
March to May. Tournaments
are in June and July.
Sixty-five youngsters, ages
4 to 18, played in the league
last season. A program for
challenged children also is
offered.
Conklin said the program
has declined in the area
because of lack of interest
in the community and
competition from non-Little
League program offered at the
"Four Fields" complex.
Cost has not yet been


established. Conklin said
for hardship cases there are
ways of paying weekly or
volunteering time in exchange
for part of the cost.
"Little League baseball
is for all children, whether
they are good players or
not," Conklin said. "We try
to develop the children. It's
supposed to be a fun time for
them, not necessarily win,
win, win. It becomes more
competitive as they get older,
but it's nothing like travel ball
where they have to qualify to
be eligible.
If people don't get involved,
it will be ending. We don't
want to see that."
Urging residents to attend
the meeting, Conklin said


"Do this for the kids in the
community."
There is staff support for
those who volunteer.
The meeting will be in the
park's south end in the Little
League clubhouse upstairs in
the concession area.


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Charter
Continued from page 1
Beach residents will have
two additional ballots to cast
by Nov.2
The first Pompano Beach
ballot is designed to remove a
duplication of boards.
Amendment No. 1 would
remove the zoning board of
appeals from the charter.
Vice Mayor George
Brummer calls this charter
amendment a "house keeping"
issue. He says the same board
is already permitted in the
city's code of ordinances
causing a duplication.
But removing or changing
a.ll\ tIhing in the city charter
requires voter approval.
Moving the board of appeals
from the charter to the city's
code of ordinances allows the
board more flexibility, says
Mayor Lamar Fisher.
If passed by the voters on
Nov. 2, commissioners will
most likely add a sixth board
member to the zoning board
of appeals. That member will
be an appointee of the mayor.
When Pompano Beach
residents in 2004 voted to
elect a city-wide mayor as
opposed to the rotating mayor
system in the past, they added
the position of mayor to the
five-commission dais.
But until now, the mayor
has not had an appointee since
the charter allows for only
five appointees.
"We wanted to give the
mayor an appointee, "
says Commissioner Barry
Dockswell, so the choice was
to go to the voters with that
specific charter amendment
or to remove the definition
from the charter so any future
similar changes could be
made without having to go to
the voters again."


Pompano Amendment No. 2
will allow the city to transfer
lands that it owns directly
to one of its own agencies,
specifically the Community
Redevelopment Agency, or
CRA.
Certain blighted properties
have been purchased by the
city with the intent of turning
those lands over to the CRA
for redevelopment.


A "yes" vote on
Amendment No. 2 will
allow the city to make
transfers without a public bid.
Otherwise that land purchased
for redevelopment could be
purchased in a public bidding
process by developers who
may or may not be interested
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PROPOSED AMENDMENT #1
Removal Of Zoning Board Of Appeals From Charter.
Shall Article XXIII, Sections 221 through 227 of the Charter of the City
of Pompano Beach be deleted in their entirety thereby permitting the City
Commission to provide in its Code of Ordinances for variances and special
exceptions by different and more expedited means than is now permitted
in the City Charter such as by an administrator or by a board governed by
revised rules and procedures?

PROPOSED AMENDMENT #2
Transfer Of City Land To Pompano Beach Community Redevelopment
Agency.
Shall Section 253 of the Charter of the City of Pompano Beach be amended
to permit the City to transfer without use of a bid process land to the
Pompano Beach Community Redevelopment Agency?


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Four willing to
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Hillsboro Beach Four
residents have asked to be
considered as Commissioner
Lee Bennett's replacement.
Bennett resigned earlier this
month citing business and
family matters as his reasons
for leaving the board.
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Fishing & Sports


Friday, October 22, 2010


This tarpon world record will remain between the two of us


Weekly Fishing Report
By RJ Boyle
PELICAN WRITER
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but I got
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Friday night
as stories
started to
buzz about these big fish.
I called my cousin Fred
whom I have fished with for
the last 30 years. We have
fished together for wahoos,
marlin, and we had made
numerous trips to Flamingo
in Everglades National Park.
Fred brought his son Joey
along for the trip. Joey is
one of those lucky kids. We
always seem to catch tons
of fish when Joey is on the


boat. This night would be no
exception. I could probably
write a book about the
evening but I will have to
limit you to the cliffnotes.
We anchored up in the
Intracoastal up in North
Boca for the evening. We
had two live baits out on top
and one ladyfish head on the
bottom. We had only been
fishing for 30 minutes when
one of the spinning rods bent
over and line began melting
off the reel. Its been a while
since I have seen line come
off a reel like that. We had
to untie the boat and chase
the fish down for about thirty
minutes. When we finally
caught up to the fish we were
elated to see that it was a
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jumped and if we had lost the


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fish I would have said it was
a shark. We were so excited
that we couldn't control
ourselves. We brought the
fish to the boat and took
measurements. 7 ft. 7 inches.
To put that into perspective
for you, the world record was
caught three months ago and
it was 7 feet, 7 inches. We did
not know this at the time we
released the fish.
What a story. The world
record was 286 pounds. Our
fish was not that big as the
girth was a little less.
Two things are for sure. We
will never know if it was a
record and two, I guarantee
you I will never catch another
one that big.
Get Tight
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Pink-capped Tornadoes make splash at Hall of Fame


swimming throughout the
final events and knowing
that those were Pompano
Beach High swimmers. I was
very proud of all of them,"
Martinez said.
The pink caps must have
been inspirational. Several
swimmers dropped their
times. "Our girls swam the
fastest relays of the year,
furthering our chances to
advance to the state final.
Taylor Aseere swam one


of her fastest times in her
backstroke with a 106.56. Our
boys finished fourth overall
in the county while trying
to focus on times instead
of points," Martinez said.
The boys relay included Ben
Teuchert, Tim Sgrignoli, Jared
Fish, and Dillon Copa.
"With just two weeks left
there is still a lot of work to
do to make an impact at the
state finals with or without
pink caps," said Martinez.


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Month and the Pompano
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pink splash last Saturday at
the Broward County Swim
Championships held at the
Swimming Hall of Fame.
The PBHS Swim Team
wore pink swim caps in
recognition of all women
battling breast cancer, those
who survived and those
who were lost. Three of the
swimmers know firsthand
how this cancer affects a
woman and the family.
Ben Teuchert, whose
grandmother Susan is a
survivor said, "I thought
it was a great way to bring
awareness to the people at
the swim meet and I was very
happy to see my teammates
support the cause because of
my grandmother. We received
a lot of positive attention and
comments from the other
swimmers and parents."
Dillon Copa's mother Gigi
is a survivor and it was her
idea for the swimmers to wear
the bright pink caps. Dillon
said, "I thought the pink
idea was excellent to support
my mom and all the other
survivors of breast cancer. It
shows that kids actually want
to support their parents and
look stylish in the process.
I already wear pink and


colorful suits to support my
mom, so the pink caps were a
great addition."
Taylor Aseere's mom Beth
has battled breast cancer
twice. Readers may remember
her journal writings published
in The Pelican seven years
ago. Taylor said, "I am always
proud to do what I can to
educate and make women and
men aware of breast cancer.


It was fun having everyone
wear the pink caps. I am very
thankful that my mom is still
here with us."
Swim coach Jovan Martinez
wore pink socks, visor, t-shirt
and carried a pink towel.
"When I looked at the pink
caps my first thought was of
unity and of our surviving
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*Mi -dnight to be tweaked," the mayor
Midnight ^

Madness Ganz sets

comes off well Dist. 4


despite large

crowds
Deerfield Beach The
expanded Midnight Madness
event has gotten mixed
reviews. The promotion held
annually by Island Water
Sports for young people
interested in surfing and
music, partnered with the
beach business community
this year. Drinking laws
were relaxed and streets
were closed to traffic for the
October 15th event which
drew an estimated 10,000
people. City Manager
Burgess Hanson said it was
a "positive event" with
businesses posting record
sales.
Mayor Peggy Noland said
she was at the event from
7:30 10:30 p.m. and saw no
underage drinkers. No minors
were charged with buying
liquor, but there were "some
intoxicated teens," Burgess
said. "We certainly have
areas to improve, he added.
Noland said the lack of
lighting due to turtle season
made it hard for BSO to
patrol the beach and more
portable toilets would have
improved the situation.
Despite the crowds, city
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