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Publication Date: November 26, 2010
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Johnson to take

vice president

Seat in LHP

By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER

Lighthouse Point Commissioners
elected Sandy Johnson as commission
vice president at Tuesday's meeting.
She succeeds Chip LaMarca, who
resigned his seat after his election to
the Broward County Board of Com-
missioners.
Residents interested in applying for
the vacant seat on the city commis-
sion have until noon Monday, Dec. 6,
to submit applications to the Office
See JOHNSON on page 13

City employees
xxn Htkme t0 De

big brothers
"Leaving the chaos
of city hall can be
energizing" Klopp
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Deerfield Beach Keven Klopp
wears at last three hats at city hall, but
every Tuesday at 2: 15 p.m. he gets up
from his desk and goes to Park Ridge
Elementary School for an hour to tutor
his 'little brother' Shanard.
How does he manage to make
Shanard's life part of his own with his
busy work schedule? "I plan on it. It's
on my calendar, and I know someone
counts on me being there," Klopp said.
"When I did this in Miami-Dade, no
one ever called me or scheduled me
for a meeting during my Bigs time."
In fact, leaving behind his duties as
assistant city manager, Community
Redevelopment Agency director and
economic development director is not
See BIGS on page 14


--- ., R
Howard Noland and McCharly spend some time together as brothers. In these busy days, Noland
and others show a special kind of heroic action by giving up personal time to help youngsters. Read
Judy Wilson's story on this page "City Employees to be Big Brothers."


Nation's oldest boat parade

honored by Pompano Mayor


elected vice mayor by a unanimous
vote on Nov. 9.
The City Commission of the City
of Wilton Manors is composed of a
Mayor and four Commissioners. The
Mayor is elected for a two-year term
and Commissioners are elected for
four-year staggered terms. We regret
the error.


Parking

shortage calls

for discussion

on valet

possibilities
By Cynthia Thuma
PELICAN WRITER
Wilton Manors Faced with
concerns from residents over valet
parking issues within the city's arts
and entertainment district, the Wilton
Manors City Commission directed
its police department to work with a
Wilton Drive restaurant's management
over its off-site parking procedures
and asked its planning and zoning
board to consider the larger issue of
valet parking.
The city directed its police depart-
ment to work with Rosie's Bar &
Grill, on Wilton Drive, over its valet
parking situation that uses parking
spaces at a Northeast 26 Street build-
ing after hours. The issue surfaced at
the Nov. 23 city commission meeting,
when residents voiced their concerns
over safety issues. Valet attendants
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By Bill Johnson
PELICAN TVRITER

One day last summer, 15-
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up a tall tower at the Jack-
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of a potential drowning victim
who might panic. "It was
rigorous,' Pmna says. But it
gave her the skill, courage and
confidence to rescue a drown-
mng person.
Her days started early at
6 a.m. with physical training
(PT). That mecluded push-ups,
pull-ups and a three-mile run,
leading up to a six-minute
mile. At 10:30 they went
straight to the pool for rescue
swimming drills, including
800-meter swims. "There was
constant activity," Pmna says.
A sophomore at Pinecrest
High School mn Fort Lau-
derdale, Pina eagerly takes
advantage of opportunities of-
fered by the corps. Like all ca-
dets, she experienced 14 days
of Navy-style basic training
in Lake Worth, Florida. Basic
training includes seaman-
ship, damage control, quarters
maintenance, physical fit-
ness, good health, grooming,
fifSt a1d and Navy traditions.
After basic training, Pina
took leadership training at
the Annapolis Air Station and
attended the Naval Academy
for a week to study science,
engineering and forensic
chemistry.
For nine days in Minne-
sota she experienced field
operations training, where
she learned the protocol of
radio communication, how
to map the forest and how to
set up a base camp. She also
endured various military-style
missions, including a drill
to rescue a hostage. "It was
intense," she says. "Very chal
See C4DETS on page 22


the platform, swung her out
over a giant pool, and dropped
her. The experience simulates
bemng dropped from a hehicop-
ter to rescue someone in the
water who needs help.
This was a regular routine
during two weeks of training
for Pina, a remarkably poised
petty officer third class in the
U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps.
Training as a rescue swim-
mer required role-playing
in the pool, "rescuing' an
instructor who played the role

Days start early for Sea Cadets and
for 14 days, Lelei Pina learned the
ropes that gave her skills she will
have all her life.


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Opening day bodes well for Deerfield's green market


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Deerfield Beach From
sweet treats to orgamec veg-
etables, Sunday's first green
market featured something
for almost everyone. Booths
selling a variety of ethnic
foods and baked goods along
with orchids, kettle corn,
crafts, handmade soaps and
pet tidbits filled Sullivan Park
along with the sweet sounds
of island music and a crowd
enjoying the beautiful fall day.
There were more vendors
than anticipated, 44 in all,
indicating the enterprise initi-
ated by Mayor Peggy Noland,
will be a success.
Market coordinator Kris
Mory said, "We were blown


away. The day exceeded our
expectations. We had more
vendors than we expected,
the crowd was larger than
we expected and the weather
was perfect. Parking was easy
in and out and everyone left
happy."
Mory said when she came
into work Monday she had
phone message from 10 more
vendors wanting space at the
market.
One of the vendors, Lisa
Romano a brand new hom-
eowner in Deerfield Beach,
was offering an international
taste treat of pastries: spin-


ach pies, chocolate biscotti,
almond tea cookies, pump-
kin spice cookies, cupcakes
among the selections. She cre-
ates her recipes paying tribute
to her heritage, a Puerto Rican
mom and a Greek father. "I
infuse things," Romano,25,
said like the fruity guava
mixture she wraps in phyllo
dough. Her company is aptly
named My Sweet Dolce.
This is Romano's second
year on the farmer's market
circuit and the weekend stints
have proven to be a good
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The Kessler Effect: Audit changing how the city dispenses HUD dollars


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER

Pompano Beach The
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how the city spends its urban
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having an effect.
This week, a recommenda-
tion to approve $40,000 in
community block grant funds
for an after-school program,
Changing Directions 4 Youth,
was dropped from the com-
mission agenda because of
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Ernestine Price, a board
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time ofthe vote.
Price had also been singled
out for investigation in the
Kessler Report for having
received just under $40,000 in
home rehab funds while serv-
ing on the CDAC, the board
that approves the applicants.
The city acquires about $2
million annually in Housing
and Urban Development, or
HUD, grants that is distribut-
ed throughout the community
based on the recommenda-
tions of the CDAC. HUD
requires community partici-
pation and recommendation
prior to disbursement of the
funds.
Assistant City Manager
Willie Hopkins says Chang-
ing Directions 4 Youth can
reapply for the funds in 12


months. The organization con-
sists of a group of profession-
als and volunteers who focus
on school children needing
academic support. Two years
ago, Changing Directions
added a musical program for
children interested in classical
music.
The Kessler Report, in
unearthing more than $1 mil-
lion in questionable disburse-
ments, could leave local
taxpayers with a hefty bill. If
HUD's inspectors find that
guidelines for disbursals were
not met, the city will have to
repay those funds.
The city turned the Kessler
Report over to at least five
state and federal forensic in-
vestigators, including the state
attorney's oilice and the FBI.


Officials are also moving
to distance themselves from
another possible conflict of
interest situation that was un-
covered in the Kessler Report.
The city now wants to
reclaim computers, desks and
office machines it provided
the Small Biz Community &
Economic Development Corp.
The organization, a 501c3,
was created by Mary Phillips
and in 2009 was approved for
$56,000 in HUD funds by the
city commission.
Under Kessler's interpreta-
tion, she is in conflict because
she both wrote the grant and
would benefit from it. Phil-
lips had planned to take about
$39,000 of the grant for her
salary and use the rest for
equipment and marketing.
At the time, her husband Ed
Phillips, a former city com-
missioner, was on the Small
Biz Board of Directors. Kes-
sler reports, "It appears that
Small Biz may be in violation


of their Certificate of Compli-
ance and conflict of interest
and procurement policies.
Phillips contends her for-
profit company meets IRS
rules and has asked the city to
get a ruling from HUD as to
her status.
Her situation was further
complicated early on when
she tried to use public funds
to sublease office space from
her husband, an insurance
agent. The city denied that
request and for two years,
Phillips has been paying the
rent for her organization.
Small Biz survives with
membership fees. This year
Phillips was named the
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Businessperson of the Year for
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ESTABLISHED 1993 Volume XVIII, Issue 46 Founding Editor and Publisher
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Medicare Open Enrollment is Nov.

15 to Dec. 31, time to review plans

SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN

Every year, there are new prescription drug and health plan coverage choices
available to people with Medicare. Open Enrollment is the time of year when
current or newly-eligible Medicare beneficiaries, including people with original
Medicare, can review their current health or prescription drug plans, compare
the plans to other options, and choose the plans that best meet their current
needs.

There's never been a better time to check out Medicare coverage. With the
new health care law, there are new benefits available to people with Medicare,
including lower prescription costs, wellness checkups and preventive care. The
new law also provides better ways to protect beneficiaries from fraud, making
Medicare stronger for all of us and for future generations.
Take advantage of Open Enrollment--November 15 through December 31.
Be sure to compare current plans with new plan offerings, as well as learn about
the new benefits that are available. People with Medicare may find a way to
save money, get better coverage, or both. Medicare has several ways to ensure
people get the information to help in deciding what kind of coverage works
best, including:
*Visit www.medicare.gov, where you can get a personalized comparison of
the costs and coverage of the plans available in your area.
*Call 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227) 24-hours a day/7 days a week to
find out more about your coverage options. TTY users should call 1-877-486-
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*Review the 2011 Medicare & You handbook. It is mailed to beneficiaries
in October. Get one-on-one help from your State Health Insurance Assistance
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Look on the back of your Medicare & You 2011 handbook or:
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Medicare has a program to help pay for prescription drugs for those with a
limited income. To find out if you qualify, visit www.socialsecurity.gov or call
1-800-772-1213 and ask about "Extra Help" program. More information is
available at www.healthcare.gov, a new online portal made available from the
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
U. S. Department of Health & Human Services


Argenti's Jewelers, an official

"Drop Off" site for To s for Tots.

Argenti Designer Jewelers is again collecting toys for children in need of this
joyous holiday spirit of giving. Last year we were able to give TFT a huge
amount of toys for children with the help of Lauderdale By The Sea and the
many friends ofArgenti Designer Jewelers generosity.
The mission of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program is to
collect new, unwrapped toys during October, November and December each
year and distribute those toys as Christmas gifts to needy children in the com-
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History of the Toys for Tots Foundation
In 1947, a group of Marines recognized that there were children in the com-
munity could benefit from the generosity of local citizens. The Marines Toys
for Tots program was established then and has been going strong ever since.
The Marines took this mission into their hands and have given all of their efforts
for many years. The purpose of this program is to send a message of hope to
the children of the community.
Message of Hope
The Marines at the Hialeah Marine Corps Reserve Center distributed over
400,000 tovs to children of our community last year. We ask each and every
willing member of our community to help a child this Christmas. Imagining
the sad look on a child's face when he or she discovers that Santa Claus missed
delivering toys to his or her house, is unbearable. Every child deserves a chance
to celebrate the holidays with a new toy to play with. A new unwrapped toy
or a few dollars donated will greatly impact a child's life this season because
they will know that someone out there cares. Help Toys for Tots make a child's
Christmas wish come true.
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another nest and lays another
set of eggs. These wrens can lay
several clutches of eggs a year.
The babies leave the nest 12 to 16
days later.
Carolina wrens like to hide in
shrubs, vines and hedges. They
especially like elderberry bushes
berry plants and Virginia creeper
vines.
They are always moving and
are quick to stick their beaks
into cracks and crevices of tree
branches and tree trunks looking
for tasty spiders and other bugs.
They also love seeds and will
visit bird feeders several times
throughout the day, especially if
there are sunflower seeds, peanuts
or suet inside'
When you go out to listen and
look for the Carolina wren, do
not forget to grab binoculars and
a bird journal, if you have started
one.
To become a bird detective
and junior birdler. visit
floridabirdingtrail .com and
select "Birding Resources" in
the left-hand menu; then click
on "Wings Over Florida." That
is where you can learn about the
Junior Birder Program and can
download a copy of the Bird
Detective checklist. In addition,
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little bird that often fluffs itself
into apuffy, round shape to appear
larger than its 6- or 7-inch body.
For its size, the male has one
of the loudest voices of all birds.
This songbird can sing 27 to 47
different tunes and usually sings
one repeatedly before switching
to another. The male and female
often sing together. If the birds
feel scared or angry, their voice
descends in sound, and they give
a sharp "'chirp!"
Carolina wrens are rusty
brown on their upper body and
wings and are light orange to tan
on their underbelly. They have
a white line above their eyes.
almost like an eyebrow,
These birds aren't shy around
humans, so they build their nests
almost anywhere -in shrubs, tree
cavities, vines, potted plants and
even empty boxes or mailboxes.
When a female wren chooses
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to pick a nest. That is because
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By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
The ChiefExecutive Officer, or
CEO, of Imperial Point Medical Cen-
ter accepted this honor recently say-
ing, I'm proud to accept this Bright
Star Trophy award on behalf of the
800 shmmig stars who work with me in
Our medical facility."
A modest, easy to approach gentle-
man, Glidewell took over the leader-
ship of Impenial Point just three years
ago in September of '07, after bemng
CEO mna similar situation in Tampa
for 17 years. "I think the family and
I are adjusted to our new world and
we're loving it," he says. "We hive mn
Lighthouse Point, a most welcoming
community. Three of our children are
grown and away. Our two youngest
attend Pompano Beach High School
and we are very impressed with the
fine education they are getting in this
magnet school."
Adjusting comes easily to Calvmn
Glidewell whose name sounds like
the title of an old English novel. He
calls himself "an Army brat because
my dad was a career army man, so we
moved around a lot. I grew up hyv-
ing in many places including Kansas,
North Carohina, New York and Alaska.
It taught me to adapt to change. I now
realize that as long as the family is a
tightly knit unit, you can live any-
where and feel secure."
One of his first moves on his arrival
in the area was to join the Chamber of
Commerce because he saw a real need
to connect to the area. "We are only
one block South of the city bound-
ary and most of our patients are from
Pompano Beach," he says, "I wanted
to be part of the community and to let
everyone know what's happening in
Our facility.
The recently opened Emergency
Room at Imperial Point is the talk of
South Florida and the envy of every
hospital. This state-of-the-art facility
is four times the size of the depart-
ment it replaced. When North Ridge
Hospital closed two years ago, Impe-
rial Point became much busier and the
need to expedite the Center's ER plans
became obvious and was successfully
accomplished. ~
'We also saw a big jump mn our sur-
gical activity so we built an outpatient
surgery center on the first floor of the
Medical Arts Pavilion. We built four


Pompano

High School

Drama I debuts

Kindertransnort

By Conner Sheridan
PELICAN WRITER

The rise of Adolph Hitler's Third
Reich mn Germany was swift; its effect
on the world, horrific; its treatment of
Jews and other minorities, brutal.
For Eva Schlesinger, a nine-year-old
Jewish girl 11vmng in Nazi-occupied Vi-
enna, life will go on as it always has,
in the peace and safety of her affluent
family.
But fate has another plan for Eva,
as she is sent to hive in England on the
Kindertransport, a rescue operation
by the British government allowing
Jewish children--and only children-
-to escape the rampant racism of the
Nazi regime. Now Eva must some-
how find a way to adapt to an entirely
new culture and family and try to find
some way to become reunited with her
parents, all the while bemng stalked by
a sinister perversion of the Pied Piper
of Hamlmn, a horrific creature known
only as "the Ratcatcher .
Enter Faith Miller, an inquisitive
young woman who, with the help of
her mother, Evelyn, is preparing to
move into her own apartment. How-
ever, while rummaging through the
old forgotten possessions in the attic,
Faith will uncover a long-kept secret
that casts doubt on the identity of her
mother and causes the entire Miller
family to unearth memories of a long-
forgotten Jewish girl who was sent to
live with them many years ago..
Based upon actual biographical
information from real men and women
who escaped Germany on the Kinder-
transport, Diane Samuels's riveting
drama ties together the feelings of
abandonment and guilt, the bond
between mother and daughter, and,
finally, the emotional scars left on all
who survived one of history's darkest
times. .
Tickets are bemng sold at $5.00 for
Thursday, December 9 and Friday,
December 10, 2010 @ 7:00 p.m. Af-
ter the Friday showing, there will be a
special talk-back session with actual
Kinder who will take questions and
offer their own stories of their wartime
displacement.


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rooms but only opened two. However,
we are so busy, we are now opening
a third room," he adds. "Some of our
activity is driven by demand and the
rest is due to our delivery of the best
service possible. Patients talk posi-
tively about our service causing more
and more area people to gravitate to
us. We've been very collaborative
and inclusive with our physicians who
enloy working here "
He says the health care reform bill
is anticipated to increase demand for
emergency and outpatient services. If


the plan works as intended, we should
see more patients with their own
insurance than without. However, as
part of the Broward Health system,
Imperial Point will always be one of
the public safety nets.
Glidewell and all of the management
team make personal rounds to patients
on a regular basis so that they can get
direct feedback on what they are doing
right and what needs to be improved.
Like other members of the Broward
Health system, Imperial Point hosts


Calvin Glidewell honored with Light of the

Community Award by Pompano Beach Chamber


Malang a Difference

Phylhis J. Neuberger wants your
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who are making a difference. Call
954-783-8700 to recommend a candi-
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By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER

LBTS Empty storefronts
are prompting city commis-
sioners to discuss exempting
parking requirements for new
restaurants .
Vice Mayor Stuart Dodd


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permits for one to three busi-
nesses a month because of
lack of parking.
The vice mayor brought
up the issue at a roundtable
meeting Monday after it was
discussed at a planning and


zoning board meeting and
after he noticed 13 empty
storefronts on Commercial
Boulevard.
Town regulations call for
20 parking spaces per 1,000
square feet of restaurant
space. Dodd said Delray
Beach requires 12 spaces for
1,000 square feet of restau-
rant. "WYehave to try some-
thing to fill empty spaces,"
Dodd said. "Unless we change
our requirements, there won't
be any (new business) open-
ings."
Dodd said he favored fully
relaxing parking requirements
for restaurants "until we hear
Our car parks (parking lots)


are overflowing. We need to
fill those 13 empty storefronts
rather than drive businesses
elsewhere because they can't
afford to buy enough off-site
parking to meet our out-of-
date codes."
Commissioners Chris
Vincent and Scot Sasser
concurred with Dodd on the
need to eliminate the parking
requirements. Commissioner
Birute Ann Clottey said the
town also should relax park-
ing codes for hotels. Some
hotel owners have tried to
expand their properties and
couldn't because of parking
restrictions, Clottey said.
"Are you saying no re-


strictions?" Mayor Roseann
Minnet asked, cautioning,
"Be careful what you wish
for." Minnet said she feared
ignoring the code could bring
problems. Agreeing that busi-
nesses need help, she added,
"Don't make it a free for all."
The mayor added she was
disappointed to leamn staff
had turned away businesses
without informing the com-
mission.
Commissioners directed
city staff employees to come
back with ways to eliminate
the regulations at their next
regular meeting Dec. 7.


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PELICAN STAFF

Henrietta Phillips, "Please call me
Hank," has had a consignment store
and been an estate buyers for 33 years.
It was just one year ago that she
moved her store, Hanky Panky's, from
Hillsboro to her new location at 2301
W Sample Road, Pompano Beach.
She's pleased to say her loyal custom-
ers have followed her.
Ann Chiarello had just driven
down from Boca to check out Hank's
fresh new inventory. She says, "This
consignment store is like no other.
Everything is so well organized, it's
a pleasure to cruise around and see
what will capture my attention. It's
usually something I wasn't looking for
but always wanted. I've been selling
and buying from Hank for years. Her
store is lovely and she and her help are
pleasant to deal with. Today, I brought
things in. Who knows what I'll leave
with. '
Hank and the Pelican began this
interview seated in an attractive living
room furniture group that had re-
cently been consigned for sale. Asked
how the economy is affecting her
but ness, she s ys, el notice theaktems
than I've seen in the past. My custom-
ers are down sizing or trying to sell
items they can live without. People are
buying things they need every day. I
have fine paintings, jewelry, clothing
and furniture in my current inven-
tory. We have a big sale every month.
This month we are giving half off of


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Pompano Beach Yuletide Parade.
The parade begins at 6:30 p.m.
at the comer of Riverside Drive and
East Atlantic Boulevard in Pompano
Beach.
The parade moves west to McNab
Park where there will be free en-
tertainment, free food, Santa Claus
pictures and games.
The year, Michael Brewer, will
serve as Grand Marshal of the parade.



Pompano

Chamber group

plans lunch

networking
Pompano Beach Chamber members
will meet Dec. 1 at Galuppi's on the
Green, 1103 N. Federal Hwy., Pom-
pano Beach at 11:30 a.m. for a buffet
lunch and business cards exchange.
Cost is $15. Members will also meet
at 5:30 p.m. at Liberty Tax Service-
1000 E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano
Beach. Cost is $10 for members: $20
for visitors.
mOe fD br chamber n embers H l
Country Club at 8 a.m. for breakfast
and networking.
On Dec. 8, the Chamber will host a
holiday party at Amato's Italian Grill
at the Pompano Citi Centre to benefit
the Boys and Girls Clubs. Guests are
asked to bring a new unwrapped to
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Friday, November 26, 2010


LBTS Chabad of Lau-
derdale-By-The-Sea hosts a
Menorah lighting ceremony to
celebrate Hanukkah starting at
5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 5, at the
corner of Commercial Boule-
vard and El Mar Drive. The
event features live music, gifts
and treats. Call 954-607-1104.


Oakland Park Friends
of the Oakland Park Library
present a winter holiday used
book sale from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Friday, Dec. 3, and 9
a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec.
4, at the library at 1298 NE 37
St. Call 954-561-6287.
Oakland Park The city


of Oakland Park presents an
Active Adult Craft Fair from
8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Dec.
11, at Collins Community
Center, 3900 NE Third Ave.
Jewelry, books, scarves and
belts are among the items for
sale.
Space is available for ven-


dors. Cost for Oakland Park
residents is $20 per space and
$25 per space for non-resi-
dents. For more information,
call Parks and Leisure Ser-
vices at 954-630-4500.
Pompano Beach Cres-
thaven Civic Association
plans its annual holiday party
at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec.
9, at the Moose Lodge, 3321
NE 6 Terrace. Officers will
be installed for the new year.
Members are asked to bring
canned goods for a holiday
food drive. Call 954-709-5894
for more information

Veteran Appeal
St. Coleman's Men's Club
Service Men's Charity Drive
is now accepting donations
of "necessities" for men and
women in the service. Call
954-771-2488 for a list of
specific needs. Take items
to The Pelican Newspaper,
1500-A E. Atlantic Blvd.,
Pompano Beach. Checks
should be mailed to A.C.
Carbone, 6278 N. Federal
Hwy., No. 361, Fort Lauder-
dale, 33308. Checks should be
made to St. Coleman's Men's
Club


LBTS Marie White's
"Santa Is Coming to Town"
celebration is set for noon to 3
p.m. Saturday, Dec. 11, at the
pavilion at Commercial Bou-
levard and the beach. Children
are invited to have free photos
taken with Santa. Juice and
cookies will be served.


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Over Easy Cafe, 318 E Oakld Park Blvd Walgreen's, 1041 E Hillsboro Blvd
Storks Bakery & Cafe, 2501 NE 15 St DB City Hall, 150 NE 2 Ave
CVS Pharmacy, 1150 NE 26 St Marlee's Diner, 699 S Federal Hwy
Quality Diner, 1417 NE 26 St Bank United, 2201 W Hillsboro Blvd
WM Library, 500 NE 26 St Pier Restaurant, A1A & Beach
WM City Hall, 2020 Wilton Dr Westside Bank, 445 SW 2 Ave
Wilton Station, 1335 NE 26 St
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public is invited to this free
event to watch the Grand Me-
norah lighting, enjoy dough-
nuts, dreidels, raffles, music
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Marge Yunick is still actively working, :1
But rather than driving to work, she walks .
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AND SO CAN YOUI!
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ing ordinances throughout the
city. Vice Mayor Tom Green
told the commission "I think
we need to put in some kind
of maximum distance for
valet parking."
Commission members said
they wanted to be responsive
to resident's safety concerns
as well as helping business
owners find solutions to the
city's parking crunch.
Red light cameras to
e diScuSSed
In another issue related to
trfic, commissioners a so
agreed to consider discuss-
ing a request for proposal
for installation of red-light


cameras at a future meeting.
Green noted that Fort Lauder-
dale and Oakland Park have
already installed some and
Wilton Manors might want
to consider them as well. The
cameras record drivers who
illegally run red lights.
Stafford Day
In other action, the com-
mission approved a resolution
honoring former city clerk
and council member Marcia
Stafford on the occasion of
her 90th birthday. Her son
Tracy, himself a former coun-
cil member, mayor and state
representative, accepted the
resolution on his mother's be-


half. His sister, actress and au-
thor Nancy Stafford, he said,
was f lying to Florida from
Califomnia for her birthday.
The resolution declares Dec. 3
as Marcia Stafford Day.
"My sister and I both grew
up loving Wilton Manors,"
said Tracy Stafford, who still
lives in the home he grew up
in. Marcia Stafford now re-
sides at Manor Pines Conva-
I scnt C nteseeer.
"She's sharp as a tack," he
said of his mother. "And she
still loves her city "
Marcia Stafford served as
cit clerk from 1952 to 1960
and served on the city council
from 1961 to 1975.


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Continued from page 11

Manors Council and presi-
dent of Wilton Manors based
Allied Kitchen & Bath. "This
is a great opportunity to meet
local businesses while raising
funds and awareness of the
Chamber and Kids in Dis-
tress."
The event is bemng produced
by the Oakland Park Wilton
Manors Council's volunteer
board of governors. For ad-
ditional information regard-
ing the event or sponsorship
opportunities, please contact
Chamber President & CEO
Dan Lindblade at 954-462-
4911 or Dan@FTLChamber.
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Gary Resnick. "It really is a
public safety issue.
The police will work with
Rosie's staff to develop op-
tions to resolve the parking
situation and will allow 30
days' grace before citations
are issued.
The commission also asked
the planning and zoning board
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ties for those who can and can
not pay. The level of service
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of the City Clerk, Lighthouse
Point City Hall, 2200 NE 38
St. The individual appointed
will fill the vacancy until the
March 8, 2011 municipal
election
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fied electors in the city and
must have resided within the
city limits for one year im-
mediately prior to submitting
a letter of interest. They must
submit a one-page letter to the
city clerk stating the reason
they want to be appointed to
the city commission and their
qualifications .
The city commission has
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date for the temporary ap-
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games," Pack said. "It relaxes
them after being in class all
day."
Senior Planner Marcia
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my fun is all adult. The city
made this opportunity avail-
able and I took it. Christi is a
very sweet girl. '
Firefighter Howard Noland
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because, "All my kids are
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Noland is the mavor's hus-
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he is on duty, he is allowed his
hour away from the firehouse.
Off duty, he comes to the
school on his own time.
Quintella Tross, from the
city clerk's office, volunteered
because she had been student
at Park Ridge. It felt a little
strange coming back to the
buildings, she said, but she
enjoys knowing she is "giving
something back" to her old
neighborhood.
On Tuesday, The Media
Center at Park Ridge is full of
activity and the kids are fully
engaged with their mentors,
but there is room for a few
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coordinator, Klopp began the
local program in response to
Mayor Peggy Noland's initia-
tive to help prevent violence
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be energizing."
About 10 other city employ-
ees join him every Tuesday at
Park Ridge, volunteers in the


Keven Klopp, Assistant City Manager, tutors Shanard.


the young kids," Pack said.
The volunteers are rigor-
ously screened and finger
printed. Beyond that, their
only responsibility is to be
there every Tuesday October
through May. The 'being
there' is important to kids who
may not have much consis-
tency at home, Pack said, or
whose working parents don't
always have enough time for
them.
The Bigs volunteers help
with homework, play games


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They keep the same child for
the entire school year.
"We're interested in the
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aspect, having someone to
talk to. The kids like the
attention and we want them
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By Malcolm McClintock
PELICAN WRITER
Unlike death and taxes,
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sure thing.
Unless, of course, you
make the Peking Duck House
your main purveyor of Asian
delights .
Located at the corner of
Atlantic and 12th St since
1985, this family-run pillar
of the Pompano community
has built a well-deserved
reputation for serving
flavorful, authentic Chinese

Over the years, patriarch
Kenneth Chu has gradually
handed over the reins of
responsibility to his daughter
Liana. Her husband, Chef
Kan-Fat Lam brings his
Hong-Kong culinary
expertise to the Peking
Duck House kitchen. Son
and budding paramedic
Christopher helps out as well.
Interestingly, the
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Deutschland, he met and
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Friday, November 26, 2010


The Pelican 17


Daughter of owner Ken Chu, Liana
Lam shows off a serving of crispy duck
atop Asian veggies.


Liana with her unmistakable
Teutonic accent.
The egg-drop or hot &


shrimp, honey garlic chicken
wings, spring rolls, steam
dumplings or barbequed


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dinners for the evening.
"She's so talented," says
Dugan. ""Gonna blow you
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lip synchs, but do expect
a professional entertainer
who really becomes Midler,
Monroe and Streisand."
Electra, 52, returns to
Florida after several tours.
From 2002 to 2007, Electra's


home was in Sunny Isles at
Madame's where interactive
theater made for a success
Electra explains that her
performances are not limited
to the gay-lesbian audiences.
"We have everything from
Century Village to the Boca-
Delray Yuppies," she says.
"You'll find the leather
motorcycle guys mingling
with the Red Hat Ladies."
Electra says his/her life as
a gorgeous woman on stage
began when he was in college
completing his masters in
theater.


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at The Wine
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Vignettes, where Electra gets
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patrons .
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And right now, that life is
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The Wine Cellar
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Nancy Parks, Bigs coordinator, and Evanal
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The Bigs volunteers help with
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RENT

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CLUB Totally Furnished
2/2 Corner Apt. 9th Floor.
Beautiful~iews. AHAmenities.
$1375 Month. 954-785-0177.
11-26

POMPANO BEACH SEA
HAVEN On 14th St. 2/2
Recently Remodeled,
Furnished, Great Kitchen, Pool,
New Exercise Facility. 55+.
Seasonal 4 Month Minimum
$2,000 Per Month, Extended
5-12 Months $1500 Per Month.
651-484-7323.

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ON ICW 1/1.5 Gated
Community. Granite Kitchen,
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954-588-1644.

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Alonth. MorelInformation CaH
954-415-8629. 11/26

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QUIET Gated -1/1.5 Furnished
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Sauna, Tennis, Fitness Room,
Boat Dock. Covered Parking.
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474-0951. 11/26

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Pool, Spa, WID on premises.
Easy Beach Access. Small Dog
O.K. $750 Month. 954-786-
0023. 11-26

PO IPA NO BEACH
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Apt. Seasonal OrYearly. Ocean
View! Pool, Gardens. No
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516-474-0951. 11-26


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55+ 2/2, Large Fla Room
wlCentral A/C. Remodeled,
Carport, Ample Parking.
FREE Golf, 2 Active Clubs.
$99,900. Realty 3000. 561-
866-3839.


HOME RENTALS

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954-783-3723. 11-26

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wlCentral A/C, Remodeled,
Carport, Ample Parking.
$1200 Month Annual. Realty
3000.561-866-3839.


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RENTALS

POMPANO BEACH -Island
Club 2/2 9th Floor Corner
Apt. Great Views. Nicely
Furnished. All Amenities.
$2000/Month. Please Call
954-785-0177.


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Bathrooms. All New Kitchen,
Granite Tops, S.S. Appliances.
Walk To Beach & Shopping.
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873-8715. 1


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$500 To $550 Per Month. $300
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2902. 11/26

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CO-OP RENT
OR SALE

ATUST SEE -LIGHTHOUSE
POINT Co-op Apt. Sale Or
Rent. 55+. Gated. Gated. No
Pets. 1/1.5 Furnished. Walk
To Amenities. $69,900 Or
$895 Month Or $1500 Month
Seasonal. 954-805-2149.


TOWNHOUSE
FOR SALE

PO AIPANO A AAZ ING
TOWNHOUSE. 2 1.5. Lake
View. Top Of Line Appliances.
Marble Floors. Granite Top Newy
Kitchen. $5,000 Towards Closing.
Finance Available. 5 Minutes To
Beach. $119.9K. Call 954-605-
0207. 11 26


APTS FOR RENT



DEERFIELD/POMPANO
BEACH 1 BR & 2 BR APTS
FOR RENT. Remodeled, Paint,
Tile, Etc. W& DOn Site. Pool.
Pet Friendly. CaHl George 954-
809-5030. 12-17

LIGHTHOUSE POINT E
Of Federal. Close To Beach,
Shopping & I-95. 1/1 Apt.
Furnished Seasonal $900 -
Yearly $800. Pool. Large 2
BedroomApts. StartingAt $995
Month. Call 954-781-8005.

POMPANO BEACH E
Of Federal Hwy. 1/1 And
2/2 Apartments. Walk To
Everything. Tiled. Please CaH
954-254-6325. 11/26

POMPANO BEACH -
Intercoastal, 1 Block From
Beach, Beautiful Lush
Waterfront Setting With Pool,
BBQ, Laundry. 1 BR $950, EZ
Immediate Move-in Terms!
954-270-0878.

POMPANO BEACH Beach
Studio With Patio. Utilities
Included. 2Blocks From Beach.
Available December 1st. More
Information 954-592-3595.


EMPLOYMENT

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SEEKING
EMPLOYMENT

PERSONAL DRIVER -
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Visits, Errands, Shopping,
Short Trips. Days Evenings
& Weekends. 954-486-0060.
12-3


COMMERCIAL
SPACE FOR
RENT

DEERFIELD BEACH Retail
Office Warehouse. 700 Sq
Ft. A/C In Front. Overhead
Doors In Back.$450 Month +
200 SQ FT Loft For Storage.
561-654-1331 Or 561-998-
5681. 11-26

POMPANO WAREHOUSE/
OFFICE.....95 & Atlantic
Blvd. 2200 Sq Ft. Location
Location. Overhead Door,
Bath. $1400 Per Mo. CaHl
954-941-8731. 11/26


BOAT DOCKAGE



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Atlantic Blvd. Up to 13' beam
x 38', 10 minutes from inlet.
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bridges, no live-aboards,
beautiful setting. 954-942-
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BOATS FOR
SALE

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Runs Great. Full Canvas.
Fishing machine With Trailer.
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3049. 11/26


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The training of sea cadets
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a means of developing.
confidence and leadership.
"Summer training is the
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old son Aaron joined two
years ago at age 10. He has
received survival training in
Groveland, Flonida, where he
ate bugs, learned what plants
to eat, and how to build a
shelter from palmetto leaves
and logs. Such training
increased his confidence,
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"teamwork is critical to
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cadets attend Saturday
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"Respect is the hardest thing
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lose," he tells his cadets.
The CO takes pride in
watching cadets mature and
develop discipline, confidence
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cadets have graduated from
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as the top cadet. Lelei Pmna
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want to attend the U.S. Naval
Academy and pursue a career
in science or mathematics."
The commanding officer
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for the Navy. "The primary
objective is to give cadets
tools to be successful in life,"
he says. Cadets and parents
agree. "It's really changed my
daughter's life," says Lelei's
mother, Tina Grano, "There's
no other program like it. They
do amazing things. It's the
best thing around."
Instructor Tim Diener says
he's "seen shy boys and
girls develop courage and
blossom.instructors, staff
and commanding officer are
volunteers. After 28 years in
the Navy, LCDR Starr agreed
to lead the Naval Sea Cadet
Corps in Fort Lauderdale.
That was 15 years ago. He
has devoted his Saturdays to
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Asked why he has devoted
so much time over 15 years,
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running .
For uniform inspections,
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The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, or
FWC, has scheduled two public workshops to hear what people
think about possible rule changes that would make bonefish a
catch-and-release-only fisher.
The workshop discussions will also include consideration
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tournaments and creation of a registration program for
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Fishing is great, just go!


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reports
of
dolphin,
wahoo,
sailfish,


swordfish, cobia, and Spanish
mackerel .
You have got to be
prepared to put your time in
and you should be successful.
If I was going fishing I
would probably have to go
swordfishing .
As we approach the
weekend, the weather is
going to mellow out and
stabilize. The swordfish
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and there are plenty of large
swords to be had.
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photos are rotated so new
arrivals are given immediate
exposure.
"Because of our turn over,
our stock is always new
and exciting," she adds.
"Shoppers will find fine
jewelry and costume jewelry,
kmick knacks, clothing neatly
sized and grouped with like
merchandise, household
items like comforter sets,
pillows, fine art work, holiday
decorations, furniture and


we set up a dining room table
and chairs, we dress it with
place mats, dishes, candles
and centerpieces. It looks so
great, we often sell the works,
not just certain items. My
employees have been with
me from eight to 20 years.
Usually these ladies are
middle aged, hard working,
reliable and honest. We have
fun together all day long."
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lists.
Open Monday to Saturday
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accessories for the home."
This is one store husbands
will not sit out while wives
shop. There's a huge 'man
cave' in the back, filled with
sport items, memorabilia,
baseball cards, coins, stamps,
framed tee-shirts, art for men,
furniture with man appeal.
"If they get really bored, I'll
sing a song and tap dance for
them," Hank says, laughing.
She's not kidding. She's a
member of the Florida Follies
and, she says, "I take two
mornings off each week to
rehearse. In the season when
we do seven shows, I'm away
a little more often."
Lillian Caftel likes this
store. She says, "I've lived in
the area for 20 years and this
store is a welcome addition.


I came in right after Hanky
Panky's opened. My husband
and I had just had dinner next
door at our favorite Chinese
restaurant. I shop for myself,
and I look for things for my
friends who are snowbirds
and will be down soon. I also
consign some of the clothing
and furnishings I no longer
need or want."
Hank says, "I love to hear
people come in, look around
and say, 'This is the most
organized consignment
shop we've ever seen."
The jewelry counters show
off our treasures just like a
regular jewelry store does and
that's a great advantage for
buyers and sellers. There's
something for everyone here.
My staff is talented and when


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friendly Liana with a knowing
smile .
For a hearty main course,
the choices are overwhelming.
Shrimps, scallops, beef, pork,
chicken, fish and lobster
can be enjoyed virtually any
way desired. "We have 250
different dishes to offer our
customers," says Liana.
Seafood on a sizzling
platter, orange beef, mu
shu pork, whole yellowtail
snapper with ginger &
scalhions, black bean shrimp,
scallops with veggies, Kung
Pao chicken and even house


pan fried noodles are just a
sample of the delectable treats
to be found at the Peking Duck
House .
But the big specialty is, of
course, the Peking duck itself.


Offered as a dish for two,
the whole fowl is laboriously
prepared over several days
to create a mouthwatering
delicacy.
Air is pumped into the duck


The crispy duck with mushrooms, water chestnuts and snow peas is always a
fan favorite.


to stretch and loosen the skin.
Boiling water is ladled over
the bird which is then coated
with honey. It is subsequently
air-dnied for 8 hours and,
finally, roasted in a special
oven until the meat is tender
and the skin crispy.
If your Yin for duck is not
met with a Yang of approval
by your dinner partner, there
are several single person
dishes to savor as well. Of
note, the crispy duck with
mushrooms, water chestnuts
and snow peas will satisfy the
most di od sntng lpalett .

have been coming here once
a week for the past 16 years,"
says Ft-Lauderdale resident
Sha Marciante. "I always
order the Cantonese lobster,"
adds husband Lou.
Few restaurants in Florida
can boast of such longevity
and customer loyalty. Clearly
the Pekmng Duck House
clientele has discovered a
gastronomic gem that shines
brightly in the Pompano
culinary tiara.


The well priced lunch
specials feature most of the
favorites with soup or eggroll.
The early-bird offerings
include soup, appetizer, rice
and dessert along with one
of 20 succulent main-course
options.
Large entrees are mostly
priced mn the $9 $14 range.
Wine bottles and carafes start
at $20. Enjoy a Tsing-Tao beer
for less than $5 or a colorful
blue raspberry Sakitini for
$7. All major credit cards are
accepted, parking is free and
deli ery is available within

For a culinary voyage to
China, with a quick layover
in Berlin, the Peking Duck
House remains the erstwhile
standard bearer of affordably
priced fine Asian cuisine in
Pompano Beach.
M2/alcolm 1/cClintock is president
ofAlabaska LLC, a firm that
assists hotels, restaurants and
individual property owners with their
purchasing needs. He holds an M~cBA
and has lived in Thailand, Spain,
Fance,M 1/eio,s Cna and the

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