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Publication Date: December 3, 2010
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City showed

little Oversight

18 ItS laVish

funding of

feStilVRS

By Judy Wilson
PELICAN H RITER
Deerfield Beach An independent
auditor has issued a scathing report
indicating the city spent inordinate
amounts of taxpayer money to pres-
ent three community festivals, the
Brazilian Fest, The Carl Nixon Mango
Festival and Founders' Days.
None of the events is funded for the
current fiscal year, but in the years
scrutinized by Michael Kessler, 2006-
2008, the city laid out large sums to

See KESSLER on page 8


Thrower appears

headed for

tilal OH felOny

char ges
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Pompano Beach Civic activ-
ist Vincente Thrower, charged with
four relonies ranging from unlawful
k pesa to stoobrbey h 3 ie t s
state prison and is scheduled to appear
before Circuit Court Judge David
Haimes January 20.
Broward Assistant State Attorney
David Schulson offered Thrower the
reduced term in exchange for a guilty
plea and gave him until November 24
to take the deal. This week, Schulson
said he had not heard from Thrower
See THROWER on page 16


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Boat captains for the Pompano
Beach Boat parade will meet at
Amato's Italian Restaurant at the
Pompano Citi Centre Dec. 8 at
6:30 p.m. for safety briefing.
All boaters will receive registra-
tion, To enter a boat, call 954-941-
2940. There is no entry fee.


Wilton Manors

hosts AIDS Day

remembrance
By Cynthia Thuma
PELICAN WRITER
There were no donations, no pledges
sought, no pitches for donations.
Volunteers passed out glow sticks
instead of pledge cards. There were
however, poignant memories, lots of
them Like Marc Dickerman, who
walked with a picture of his former

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Tree lighting kicks off roster
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DEERFIELD BEACH With
the holiday season just around the
corner, the City of Deerfield Beach
has planned a variety of events for
all ages. The fun begins this Friday,
December 3 with the Tree Lighting
at City Hall at 7 p.m. Mayor Peggy
Noland will light the tree. Youth
groups will entertain. Santa Claus will
listen to Christmas wishes. City Hall
is located at 150 NE 2nd Avenue in
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Love a parade!
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community for the Annual Yuletide On
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McNab Park.
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east of the Intracoastal, proceeds west
on Atlantic Boulevard to McNab Park.
The parade has approximately 100
entries. There will be floats, bands-
horses, fire trucks, many theme char-
acters and of course, Santa Claus
Michael Brewer will serve as grand
marshal.After the Parade the Mayor
will light the Yuletide Tree and there
will be many children's activities. For
more information call 954.786.4111.
Annual Boat Parade
The oldest boat parade in the
country launches its 48th sail from
the Cove Shopping Center at the Two
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ing begins at 5 p.m. Seats on the lead
boat are still available. Tickets are $59
which includes an open bar, buffet
dinner and entertainment. The parade
begins at 6 p.m. at Lake Santa Barbara
and sails to Deerfield Beach. This year
the grand marshal for the parade is
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start. Organizers brought 1,000 of the glow sticks and ran out.
Police vehicles, the walkers set aside for the walk. Some
in the candlelight procession of the participants carried
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Friday, December 3, 2010


Dickerman said. "He was ill
for three years. He had the
most wonderful personality,
a love for music, a love for
movies."
Dickerman came to honor
and remember sons, daugh-
ters, mothers and fathers, sis-
ters, brothers, partners, friends
and other loved ones who are
fight gg or have fought AIDS

Their faces illuminated
by the flashing red and blue
lights on Wilton Manors


sections. They left Hagen
Park and headed east for the
Shoppes of Wilton Manors,
where a rally and celebration
of life completed the Island
City's observance of the 22nd
World AIDS Day.
Event organizers from
Broward House brought 1,000
glow sticks to distribute, but
ran out as the candlelight walk

At the shopping center,
they were entertained by the
Lambda Chorale and lis-
tened to clergy and speakers
from the community. Wilton
Manors' city commission, led
by Vice Mayor Tom Green,
presented Broward House or-
ganizers with a proclamation
for the occasion.
Norman Kent, a community
activist and publisher of the
South Florida Gay News, was
the evening's keynote speaker.
"Sorry we have to be here
again this year," said Kent,
who reminisced about a
o'"::,rsp:::hrh thasd g vene
Park in Fort Lauderdale. He
weighed what had changed
and what remained the same
a decade later. "WYe find
ourselves again talking, and
walking and lighting candles "
he said.
Still, he said, the HIV/AIDS
community keeps its resolve
to find a cure for the virus
and to "fight like hell for the
living."


RemembR nc
Continued from page I
partner, Daniel Hoffman.
In the flickering light of
candles and glow sticks, about
1,500 people congregated in
downtown Wilton Manors to
honor those lost to HIV and
AIDS on

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Crystal Lake cemetery option comes before commission this month


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN 1VRITER
Deerfield Beach People
at rest or people at play:
That's the choice city com-
missioners may be consider-
ing when a land use change
for the Tam O'Shanter Golf
Course comes before them
Monday, Dec. 13.
The abandoned course,
100 acres, is being proposed
for a cemetery by developer
Ralph Little who has over
several years brought for-
ward four ideas all of which
were vigorously opposed by
Crystal Lake residents. His
latest plan, a memorial park,
is favored by the majority of
residents according to Bob
Freund, a member of the larg-
est homeowners association in
Crystal Lake.
thIf it ca' abeaakgolf co rse,
green," Freund said.
Little says restoring the golf
course, as many there prefer.
is not an option. But one of
his previous suggestions, to
give the city 30 acres for ball
fields in return for 20 acres of
housing, may be attractive to
city officials.
Last month, the Planning
and Zoning Board approved
the land use change.
Todd Drosky and Al Nero


The city's senior planner
Marcia Stevens said a memo-
rial park would have less

See CE IEATERY on page 22


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Freund said his residents
feared the increased traffic an
active park would bring to the
subdivision.
With the extension of Wiles
Road to State Road 441,
motorists are already cutting
through Crystal Lake to avoid
the traffic signal at Green
Road and Powerline Road.
Freund said his board and 98
percent of the residents favor


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Little's attorney Dennis
Mele pointed out that the park
donation on the western half
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unhealthy kitten was riddled
with flees and worms so vol-
unteers spent countless hours
nurturing her back to health.
On Nov. 14, a homeless
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the animals and left with
Rum Raisin tucked inside her
shirt. Volunteers realized the
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ran up to his car and told him
about the kitten stolen from
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Chanukah, Festival of Lights


Pompano Beach In story published in the November 26 issue of the Peli-
can on how the Kessler Report is changing the city s approach to dispursing
HUD funds, it was implied that Mary Phillips' organization, Small Biz Commu-
nity & Economic Development Corp, was paying rent for office space. In fact,
her husband Ed Phillips has been paying the organization's rent and utility bills
for the past two years.
Pompano Beach In a November 19 Pelican story on Community Rede-
velopment Agency programs that help business owners upgrade their property,
funding for the Eta Nu Education Center on MLK Boulevard was not included.
In March, 2010, the organization received $121,265 from the Northwest CRA
to upgrade the facade and interior of its building and to improve the streetscape.
Eta Nu was the first organization to receive facade funds from the NW CRA.


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By Rabbi David Mark
TEMPLE SHOLOM OF POMPANO BEACH

Why is Chanukah, which began on
Wednesday evening, Dec. 1st, "so
early" this year?
Rest assured, Chanukah always falls
on the 25th day of the Hebrew month
of Kisley. Because the Jewish calen-
dar is lunar and the secular calendar
is solar, the secular dates of Jewish
holidays change from year to year.
We Jews are used to hivmg according
to two calendars, and our culture has
adapted over the years.
Many people know the Chanukah
story, how a gallant little band of Jew-
ish priest-warriors, the Maccabees, de-
feated a larger force of Syrian Greeks
in 168 Before the Common Era.
When the victors entered the Holy
Temple in Jerusalem, they grieved to
see how the invaders had profaned it.
They wanted to light the large meno-
rah-candlabra to sigmkf their loyalty
to God and Judalsm.
Alas, the invaders had destroyed
nearly every flask of consecrated obive
oil, but the searchers were able to find
one small bottle. The miracle is that
that little cruse of oil lasted for eight
days, which gave the Jews time to
crush obives and make fresh oil.
As with many holiday stories, the
truth is more complex. Scholars agree
that the possible enemy of the Chanu-
kah story was not only Greeks (and
this has, of course, no connection with
our Greek neighbors today, heaven
forbid), but assimilationist Jews who
sought to curry favor with the invaders
by adopting their customs.
The Maccabees, as rehigious con-
servatives striving to turn the people
back to true Judalsm, were fighting
the more modernistic Jews who were
aping the Greeks.
According to the First and Second


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Friday, December 3, 2010


Books of the
Maccabees, books
found in the
Apocrypha, the
reason that Cha-
nukah lasts for
eight days is that
it was a delayed
A celebration of
Sukkot, a harvest
festival--there is
no mention of the "oil miracle" at all.
Furthermore, the rabbis of the Talmu-
dic period (2nd-6th Century, Common
Era) almost rejected the Chanukah
holiday, because of the military allies
which the Maccabees asked to help
them in their struggle: the Romans.
Following the Maccabean victory,
the Romans did not leave Israel, but
stayed on as occupiers and, later,
persecutors of the Jews. Additionally,
the rabbis criticized the Maccabees
who, as kohanim, or priests in the
Holy Temple, should not have become
soldiers, a distinct violation of their
peaceful role.
In the 19th Century, the early
Zionists were looking for a holiday
which would glorify physical prow-
ess and display Jews as warriors.
That is how Chanukah, a relatively
minor, post-bibhical holiday, gained
new fame among Jews. It also gained
undeserved importance because it
juxtaposes a major Christian holiday:
when the Jews were hivmg in Europe,
there was no tradition of "Chanukah
presents." However, we find that Jews
living in Mushim countries gave their
children presents on Purim, because
it juxtaposes a major Mushim holiday.
Regardless of our understanding,
Chanukah is here: let us celebrate the
festival which ensured Jewish continu-
ity, and continue the age-old tradition
of lighting lights during the darkest
days of winter.


Vice Mavor Ton Green reads Wilton Manors'
World AIDS Day proclamation


[Left]Menabers of the McGulgan fanuly prepare
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[Above]Sonme participants in the vigil brought
pictures of their loved ones lost to AIDS, or
items dear to them


| Clarification


World AIDS Day in


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Mark the calendar--Island City Art Walk 12/17 --the


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IfYOu go . .
What: Art Walk
Where: Wilton Drive in
Wilton ManorS
When: Dec. 17
COSt: Free
Call: 954-547-9014


artists and the businesses. This is an
active street at night between the res-
taurants, night spots and galleries, but
we all look forward to the monthly art
walk when \ve entertain our residents
and visitors who seems to come from
all over the country and even other
countries. It s great for our commu-


nity to enjoy a night of culture along
with the dining and entertainment for
which it is becoming \sell known."
Charapko is an abstract artist who
represents herself and the original art
of 14 artists.
She admits, "I am very particular
about the artists I choose to represent.
Currently I have American, Cuban
and international emerging artists. On
display are examples of Abstract Ex-
pressionists, Neo Classical Figurative
and more. I am a former Art Adjunct
to the University of Miami Art and
Art History Departments. I have also
been a self employed graphic designer
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spent a lot of time teaching others and
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Charapko is the originator, organizer
and continuing energizer for the suc-
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in its fifth season.
"On the third Friday of each month
from November to April, from 6 to 10
p.m., Wilton Drive is the place to be,"
Charapko says. "The artwork is in
galleries and on sidewalks for the en-
tire length of the Drive which extends
for exactly 1.1 miles. We even have
a free trolley running up and down
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which opened five years ago to become one of the first in the Island City. She
is the originator and continues to be the energy behind the successful Island
City monthly art walks that bring another exciting dimension to Wilton Manors.
[Photo by Phyllis J. Neuberger]


one end to the other.
"I Opened my gallery at 2374 Wilton
Drive five years ago and I rvas one
of the first contemporary galleries in
town," she continues. "It was a grass
roots effort that I started and I'm very
proud of being the impetus for sup-
porting the arts. It' sa lot of work,
but it's worth it because it introduces
people to my gallery, the Island City
and its wonders."
"We now have 25 to 30 sponsors
and 30 to 40 fine artists on the walk
ways in addition to those featured in
the galleries. I connect the artists to
the sponsors, and work hard to pro-
mote the walk. Our success continues
to amaze us. A lot of us serve refresh-
ments, snacks and wine so it becomes
a festive evening for the visitors, the


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ploitation and gross financial
mismanagement of taxpayer
funds ."
Kessler alleges that the
city spent $1.68 million over
the three years and has little
documentation to explain the
use of the funds or the rev-
enues taken in at the events.
The Founders' Days' ac-
counts are in fairly good
order, Kessler reports. His
most serious findings con-
cemn The Mango Fest which
has complained of financial
difficulties for many years.
Kessler contends that the or-


ganizers took in $1.7 million
in the years 2006-2008, but
the only the income reported
on bank statements for that
same period was $215,000.
In 2007, for example, the
numbers in the report show
the city contributed $360,487
for the event, the Festival
committee, $65,166 and the
bank statement showing a
deposit of only $60,081. But
the Kessler Report estimated
festival costs of admission
and attendance, vendor and
parking fees and sponsor dol-
lars should have amounted to


$706,784.
The organizers also over-
stated the scholarship money
given away over the three
years, $21,500 was claimed
when it appears only $12,500
was actually awarded to
students .
Kessler also found an offi-
cer of the Carl Nixon Mango
Festival, Inc., was also an
employee of Joy Produc-
tions, the company paid to
provide entertainment for the
three-day musical event.
From 2004-2009, Jimmie
Home, owner of Joy Pro-


ductions was paid over $1
million for talent and other
services.
Kessler reports his investi-
gation reveals city employ-
ees paid Joy Productions
for the same expenses three
times either through fraud
or fiscal incompetence. At
the same time, the city was
bound to entertainment con-
tracts never reviewed by the
city attorney.
The finances of the Brazil-
ian Fest, which has since
moved its venue to Dade
County, also came under
Kessler's review. He criticiz-
es the city's lack of docu-
mentation on the amount of
cash received from beer sales
estimating a shortfall in 2008
of $28,000 from what was
reported. The Brazilian Fest
was run by promoter Debora
Christina and in that same
year proceeds of the fest
were to benefit the Deerfield
Beach Westside Business-
man s Association. No record
was found of how much the
Association received nor was
there an explanation of why
it was the chosen charity.
The city has been fined
by the Department of Hous-
ing and Urban Development
for funding associated with
the organization based on
information contained in an
earlier Kessler study.
The city did not fund the
Mango Festival in 2009, and
the event closed after a few
hours when the entertain-
ers pulled out due to lack of
payment.
Kessler concludes that city
administrators concealed and
commingled event finances
to keep the city commission
unaware of the true costs.
At the helm during the
years under study were
former city managers Larry
Deetjen, Ada Graham-John-
son and Mike Mahaney,
former Parks and Recreation
Director ince Kendr ctor

George Edmunds and some
members of that department
no longer with the city.
The report finance depart-
ment was said to have con-
doned the financial misrepre-
sentations. Sally Siegel, then
head of the department, left
the city earlier this year.
Kessler recommends his
report be forwarded to the
st te attomey ethe Hlonidate

wide Grand Jury on Public
Corruption and the Broward
Sheriff's Office.










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South Florida Real Estate Advisors moves


offices from Oakland Park to Lighthouse Point
By Phyllis J. Neuberg~e~rti es


Friday, December 3, 2010


The Pelican 9


Scott A. Efron, owner of South
Florida Real Estate Advisors or
SFREA.com has been in the business
Since 1987. In fact he's still proud of
the fact that in his first year in real
estate in Boston he was Rookie of the
Year with Remax New England. He
says, "I sold 187 transactions and that
was some record then."
Now this licensed Real Estate
broker, contractor and appraiser has
11 full time, licensed Realtors on the
street and says that some of them hold
multiple licenses. Like many Florid-
ians he migrated from Boston to the
area because of the weather 10 years
ago and opened offices in Oakland
Park. In February, he moved to 2670
N. Federal Hwy. in Lighthouse Point
because he felt, "There was a greater
need for our services here. We buy
and sell both commercial and residen-
tial properties in Broward and Palm
Beach Counties. We advise our clients,
appraise, do market analysis, produce
lists of bank owned properties in the
area of their interest and offer free
closing costs up to $3,000. In this
market we have been specializing in
bank owned properties and short sales.
That's where the action is."
He continued, "This market is a
challenge to the average investor on
his or her own. The paperwork and
time involved have discouraged a lot
of investors and that's where we come
in. Not only do we help an inves-
tor locate a property suitable to the
investor, but we will also save him
or her thousands on the purchase of
it. We investigate foreclosed property
to be sure the bank legally owns it.
Our clients can feel confident that the
property purchased is actually owned
by the bank and not still by the previ-
ous owners.
These Real Estate/advisors keep
updated lists of all bank owned prop-
erties and can guide interested clients
to the best investments available in
any given area in the two counties.
Efron says, "Several investors who
purchased properties through our


By Judy Vik
PELICAN
WRITER


Scott A. Efron
with daughters
Amanda and
Alexis at a recent
fundraiser for
the Cystic Fi-
brosis Founda-
tion. He is the
owner of South
Florida Real
Estate Advisors in
Lighthouse Point.
[Photo courtesy
of SFREA.com]


Light-
house Point
Residents
will kick off
the holiday
season next
week at the
city's annual
Lighthouse
A' Glow.
Festivi-
ties run from
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec.
8, at Frank McDonough Park,
3500 NE 27th Ave.
Hundreds are expected to attend
the event, which features light-
ing of a tree and an appearance by
Santa.
New this year will be an area for
children's activities, the Sheehan
GMC Candy Cane Lane. Among
attractions are bounce houses
for children, a fun bus and face
painters. There won't be the usual
mounds of real snow, but artifi-
cial snow flurries will be blowing
through the air.
Visitors will be treated to live
performances by dancers from
Real Dance Studio, the Young
Patriots Drill Team, Cardinal Gib-
bons Dance Team and Zion Sing-
ers from Zion Lutheran School.
A Christmas scene, nativity
scene and menorah will be on
display, all courtesy of Campbell
& Rosemurgy Real Estate, a major
event sponsor. Pizza and chicken
sandwiches will be for sale in a
food court.
"This is a good holiday, fam-
ily gathering and a good time to
get together with neighbors and
friends to start the holiday sea-
son," said John Trudel, director
of the city's Parks and Recreation
Department.


_
agencies six months ago, can already
make a 60 percent return on their
former bank owned properties. The
market is good for buyers who invest
now instead of leaving their cash in
the bank earning one percent. And that
includes waterfront, A1A, and other
area upscale homes which, because of
the market place, are very attractively
priced."
Leonord Lacovara, Fort Lauderdale,
bought a building from this agency
six years ago and he says, "I'm in the
process of buying a second right now.
They do all of the paper work and
respond quickly to anything I ask or
request. I recommend them."
The Pelican spoke with another sat-
isfied client, James Mullins in Easton,
Mass. Mullins said, "I found the
company on the intemet and worked
with Scott. After telling him what I
wanted, he e-mailed me available lists
of condos and over time and through
a process of elimination, I found and
bought a condo in Boca Raton and the
sale went smoothly. They saved me a
lot of time and headaches."
The Rental Market
SFREA.com also deals with rent-
als. "It's a hot market," Efron admits.
'1We're averaging 20 rentals a month
right now. Property owners are rent-


ing out their houses for cash flow
while they wait for the market value
to return. Clients renting have often
lost their homes even though they are
employed in secure jobs. This has
happened because their homes were
underwater. In fact, I can safely say
that 50 percent of all Florida owned
homes are underwater. On a positive
note, these same people have a large
choice of rental properties to choose
from and that includes condos, gated
communities and ocean front homes."
These Realtors also own a manage-
ment company and can assist new
property owners who need repairs and
construction improvements on the
bank owned property they have just
purchased.
Moving to a new location and an un-
usual market place has kept this busy
Realtor very active, but he still finds
time to attend and make generous
donations to important causes such as
a recent Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
fundraiser. Efron is a widower with
two young adult daughters. When
time permits he might be found on
a tennis court, captaining his boat or
piloting a rented plane.
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Founders Days' board opts for
But help may be on and an estimated bill for city
the way... services of $32,000, we just
By Jdy Wlsoncouldn't spend money we
didn't have."
PELICAN WRITER The decision came hard for
Deerfield Beach This committee members. Leslie
city's 64th Founders Days Hall, a volunteer of longstand-
may be a no-show. The com- ing said,"Wie are all so sad."
mittee that runs the event But the sad moments may
voted Tuesday night not to turn to glee if the phone calls
stage the mid-February street MacKay said he has received
fair due to lack of fu~nds. since the bad news went out
Founders Days President produce enough support.
David MacKay said, "We've MacKay said he is getting
always operated in the black countless messages to the ef-
and had enough money in the fect, "Y'ou can't cancel Found-
bank to pay our bills even if ers Days" and has heard from
the event is a washout. But Mayor Peggy Noland, the
without the city's $25,000 Island Partnership (a group of


fiscal prudence and cancels this year's event


beach business owners) and
many individuals, all asking
for some time to come up
with a solution.
Noland said, "I have enough
faith in this community that
we will have the 64th Found-
ers Days." Noland was insis-
tent during budget sessions
that the city not fund festivals.
City commissioners cut
funding for all special events
except July 4th in the current
budget. Last year, funding
was reduced from $50,000
to $25,000 and the Founders
Days Committee finished with
about $10,000 in the bank,
$5,000 of which was donated


to Relay for Life.
"People just don't real-
ize what it costs to put on an
event," MacKay said. For
Founders Days, he esti-
mates the figure is $100,000.
MacKay said the committee
projected revenues from the
carnival, booth rentals and
beer sales and could only
come up with a break-even
figure. "And that was if it is a


perfect weekend. We usually
have one bad weather day out
of three," he said.
Among the cost of put-
ting on a festival is security,
fire and cleanup services
($32,000), donations to high
school marching bands in the
parade, a millionn liability
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By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF

Pompano Beach It was a
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grocery store. Joanne Nelson,
president of the Pompano
Beach Garden Club, spotted a
metal star in the bushes in the
median of Federal Highway
near SE Eighth Street.
Something clicked.
When Nelson went back-
she found a treasure that after
a year of restoration will be
returned to the residents of
Pompano Beach on Dec. 7 in
observance of Pearl Harbor
Day.
That treasure was identified
as one of the National Garden
Club's Blue Star Memorials,
a 3-foot by 3 -foot metal sign
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honor service men and wom-
en. The signs first appeared
on national highways through-
out the country in 1945 when
garden club members began
to purchase and install them to
remember the sacrifices made
for freedom.
W1e knew there had been
one on South Federal High-
way," Nelson says. "The
Pompano Beach Garden Club
bought the sign in 1954. So
I parked my car and walked
through the traffic to get a
closer look."
And that's when a piece of
Pompano Beach history met
up again with the Pompano
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years of salt air and neglect
presented a challenge to the
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profit organizations, including
4 Children's S.A.K.E., Com-
monUnity, Disability Net-
work, St. Herman's Society-
Sunset School, Trash 2 Trea-
sures, Presbvterian Women-
Happy Tailz, Let's Peace It
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Chef DavidsKidz Foundation-
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of Jov, Brolvard Children's
Center, Schott's Communities
and the Humane Society.
Call 954-776-5530.
Beach cleanup
LBTS Everyone is invit-
ed to the pavilion at Commer-
cial Boulevard and the beach
for the monthly beach clean-
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Helpers will be provided
with gloves, bags and water.
The clean-up is sponsored by
the Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
Chamber of Commerce/Wel-
come Center.
Crafts, gifts
LBTS A Craft and Gift
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3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4, at
Assumption Church, 2001 N.
Ocean Blvd.
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Our Lady of the Assumption
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general meetings to set their
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and the case would proceed to
trial. currently set for Januan
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with three counts of unlaw-
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bribery. He could receive 13
years in prison on each charge
and fines of up to $40,000. He
has pleaded not guilty to all
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By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
Oakland Park Santa
soon will be making special
deliveries in Oakland Park.
The event is a fundraiser
for the Make-A-Wish
Foundation. Funds are raised
by parents who want their
children to receive wrapped
gift from one of the firefighter
"elves."
To schedule The Santa
Express, take a wrapped gift
for the child and a donation of
$20 per child to Fire Station
87 at 2100 NW 39 St., or


am nebS ip~m Te 8deaine
to drop off gifts is Dec. 15.
Participants will be notified in
advane orstie oridelievery.
collecting "gently used" toys
for local children in need.
The Santa Express,
sponsored by the Oakland
Park Firefighters' Benevolent
Association, will travel
throughout the city Saturday,
Dec. 18 delivering gifts to
young residents.
"WYe are bringing back
this event not only to see the
excitement on the children's

sadConeSPi atar rescue
supervisor and coordinator of
Santa Express.
"Kids are elated when
they see a fire truck coming
down the street," Pignataro
said. Off-duty Oakland Park
firefighters deliver gifts
within the city limits.

Fi efg taer a n~ealent
Association regularly
raises money for charities
and people in need in the
community through an
Easter egg hunt, Youth
Day events, baseball teams
and Thanksgiving dinner
donations.
Make-A-Wish Foundation
of Southern Florida grants
wishes every 16 hours, more
than 7,500 wishes since
its inception 27 years ago.
The average cost of a wish
is $5,000. The Foundation
relies on fundraisers,
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Pompano Beach
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The "Hurricane Harmonizers" are a male-performing chorus singing
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from Barbenrhop to The Beach Boys. Included in the group is
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22 The Pelican


Friday, December 3, 2010


Cemetery
Continued forn page 3
impact on the infrastructure
and traffic than either housing
or ball fields.
Several residents spoke in
favor of the land use change.
One, Stuart Feigenbachl, said
Little's concept is "unique and
should be cherished."
Rita Reagon, another of
Crystal Lake's community
leaders, has 102 signatures
in favor of the cemetery, and
noted Little's plan keeps open
space intact.
Resident Krov Ellis said
she opposes the cemetery,
park, houses or apartments
in her backyard but had no
suggestions for use of the
property. She requested that
any development be 500 feet
from the nearest resident
rather than the 100 feet
that is proposed. Another
resident, Floda Dorain, said
she is uncomfortable with a
cen eteris eitmd her l ous as

no plans to change his request.
"I understand the city needs
parks, but I haven't changed
Imy ppl c tion."




d iaa g ues sianr

Oakland Park Children
are invited to "An Evening
'vith Santa" from 6:30 to
8:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 10, at
Collins Community Center,
3900 NE 3 Ave.
Come and visit with Santa
and friends, play in snow,
skate on a holiday-themed
roller rink and make a craft
while listening to holiday
music. The event is free.
Children ages 3 to 7 who
are Oakland Park residents
may receive a call from the
North Pole on Monday, Dec.
13. Registration forms are
available at all city buildings
or downloaded at wwvi.
oaklandparkfl.org.
Call 943-630-4500.

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The parade begins on East Allamlic Blvd & Riverside
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Fair
Radiant Living Worship
Center will host a free holiday
day lunch, education fair and
outreach ministry on Dec. 11
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the
Westside Football Field, 445
SW 2 St., Deerfield Beach.
Free Blood pressure
checks, HIV testing and other
services will be provided by
the Brolvard County Health
Department.
Book give-a-ways will have
college information.
Prayer booths and free
vegetables are also offered at
the fair. Call 954-531-0260.


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Broward Cournty Animal Care Conducts Feral Cat Pilot Program
Broward County Animal Care and Adoption is conducting a Trap, Neuter and Return (TNR)
pilot project in the 33019 and 33020 ZIP codes of Hollywood neighborhoods. Residents who
feed and care for untamed feral cats in the identified project areas are encouraged to have the
cats spayed/neutered and vaccinated against rabies free of charge. For more information about
the program, call the Broward County Animal Care and Adoption Section's TNR Program
Coordinator at 954-359-1313 ext. 2473. For more information about Broward County Animal
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Homeless Initiative Partnership Seeks Volunteers
The Broward County Homeless Initiative Partnership is seeking volunteers to assist with the 3 I
collection of data for the 2011 Homeless Count and Survey. Broward County is charged with
counting every homeless person in the County and asking them to complete a survey, which is
used for all federal and state grants. A good count helps Broward County get needed resources
to help the homeless population. Individuals and groups interested in volunteering can obtain the
Volunte er Regi station Form by vi siting www.broward. org/communitypartne rship s and clicking
on the Homeless Initiative Partnership link. Volunteer forms should be submitted by December
10, 2010.


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The Pelican 23


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2190 SE Sixth Street Pompano Beach
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Sprouts, the other group
involved with Saturday's sale,
is a group of children and
families who try to help the
environment through planting
butterfly gardens, trash pickup
and environmental projects,
according to MOMS member
Julie Doerfler, chairman ofthe
sale.
Purpose of the two-year-
old group is to teach young
children and their families
about going green, being
environmentally friendly
and how to support the
environment.
The Sprouts have planted
butterfly gardens at Dan Witt
Park and near the Publix in
the Shoppes at Beacon Light.
They take part in cleaning the
beach in Deerfield Beach and
were the 'cleanup crew' in the
Keeper's Day Parade picking
up the candy and debris in the
street.
The website is www.
lhpsprouts. com. Or call
954-649-1902 for more
information.

Dance at St.

Ambrose
The St. Ambrose dance
group will meet on Dec. 15
at the St. Ambrose Church
Hall, 380 S. Federal Highway,
Deerfield Beach at 7:30 p.m.
Cost is $8 per person and
includes refreshment, dessert
and a deejay. Call 954-943-
7158.


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CITY OF LIGHTHOUSE POINT

NOTICE OF VACANT COMMISSION SEAT

Notice is herby given that the City of Lighthouse Point is seeking to fIll one City Commission vacancy for
Commission Seat #4, to be filled by selection of the City Commission
The individual appointed to Seat #Y4 will fill the vacancy until the March 8, 2011 General Municipal Election.
AII applicants shall be duly qualified electors of the City and must have resided within the City limits for one
year immediately prior to submitting a Letter of Interest.
Lighthouse Point residents interested in applying for vacant City Commission Seat #4 shall submit a one- page
Letter of Interest to the City Clerk stating the reason they want to be appointed to the City Commission, and
their qualifications.
In order to be considered, Letters of Interest must be received by the City Clerk no later than 12:00 Noon on
Monday, December 6, 2010, at the Office of the City Clerk, Lighthouse Jolnt City Hall, 2200 N.E. 38thl Street,
Lighthouse Point, FL 33064, 954-943-6500
Carol Landau, MMRC, City Clerk


24 The Pelican


Friday, December 3, 2010


Saturday's yard and bake sales
will go to Shade the Park.
In addition to their efforts
for the park, the club has
collected funds for Michael
Brewer, the Deerfield boy
who survived a burn attack by
teens.
MOMS helped distribute
Thanksgiving meals at the
Children's Diagnostic &
Treatment Center. "We always
try to add a charity benefit to
our events," Castresana said.
For more information on the
MOMS Club, call 954-770-
4707.
Lighthouse Point
Sprouts
The Lighthouse Point


A side benefit of
membership is that it's nice to
be around people with similar
issues, she said. W~e talk
about potty training, teething,
biting," as the situations
come up, "and compare notes
about day care and school
activities."
Castresana said her favorite
aspect of MOMS is the
good girlfriends she has met
through the group. "No one
ever completes a sentence. We
all have young children who
are constantly interrupting.
We are used to losing our train
of thought. And if someone
has to cancel at the last minute
because a child is sick or
cranky, we understand," she


said.
Last winter the MOMS
group started raising funds
to put a shade cover over the
large children's playground
at Dan Witt Park. They are
close to reaching their goal
of raising $40,000, and the
cover should be installed in
February.
To raise the funds thev
have sold bottled water and
hot chocolate at special
events and fairy wands and
swords at the Keeper's Day
Parade. They held a celebrity
bartending night at Bonefish
Mac's and have sold engraved
bricks, which will be installed
near the playground.
A portion of proceeds from


IM O M S
Continued from page 14
in the Kitchen, Moms'
Cooking Class and play
groups for infants and tiny
tots.
These groups meet
at members' homes, at
local attractions and in
neighborhood parks. Each
member hosts an event during
the year.
W1e are all about
supporting each other,'
Castresana said. "If someone
has a baby or a crisis or
a death in the family, we
arrange a week's worth of
meals and assistance," she
said.


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7893-8700


CONDOS FOR
RENT

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12-24

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APTS FOR RENT

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12-17

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12-24

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SPACE FOR
RENT

DEERFIELD BEACH Retail
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8700

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Runs Great. Full Canvas.
Fishing Machine With Trailer.
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3049. 12-10

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GARAGE SALES

POMPANO CYPRESS
HARBOR Sat Dec 4 8am-
1pm. 1220 SE 3Avenue. X-mas
Decorations, New Gift Items,
Wrapping, Etc. Men & Women
Clothes, Shoes, Belts, More.

PALM AIRE Neighborhood
Garage Sale. Sat 12/4 8am-
2pm. No Early-birds. Located
On Cypress Blvd. 1 Block
North Of lcNab, Just East Of
Lyons Rd. 1461 Banyan Circle,
Pompano Beach. CaHl954-545-
2030 For Directions.


FOR SALE

Drum set, 5 piece, black lacquer,
$175. Call Tim 954-647-0700

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Kidnapped
Continuedfrnn page 5
With Rum Raisin missing,
Noah's Ark volunteers had a
sleepless night and took turns
driving around in search of
the kitten who needed her
medication.
"I started out early Monday
posting reward flyers," said
Beeson. While I was putting
up one of the flyers I got a
call that Deputy Gary Bader
and Deputy Kevin Belluche
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2nd place team Eileen Stan-
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3rd place team Kathy Stewart,
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3rd place team Patt Ses-
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2nd place John Kapouka-
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Boulevard, Rum Raisin is
living in the lap of luxury

No ho s Irllisi no home
to 90 cats. Beeson says
fore closures and high
unemployment are forcing
pet lovers to abandon their
animals and she is having a
difficult time securing the
funds to keep the shelter
afloat -
She is hoping this holiday
fehine lovers will consider
adopting one or more
of Noah's Ark homeless
boarders. The organization
charges an $80- dollar fee
and adopting parents must fill
out an application and allow
volunteers to determine if the
"forever home" is an adequate
place for the animal to live.
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Before he sat down to face
an unfinished sketch on his
easel, he said, Oh yes, the
art walks have been a great
help to me in selling my art.
Many who chose to buy my
paintings saw them because of
the art walks."
Maciel says he has
been influenced by many
artists, but his favorites are
Michelangelo, Dali, Rubens,
Van Gogh and Picasso. "Each
one made me see and feel
the world differently. That
difference is what I feel when
San dra ingeor pa pgegfor

world."
Thank you Mary Ellen
Charapko for bringing art and
art lovers to the Island City!
For further information, call
954-547-9014 or visit the web
site at www.islandcityartwalk.


Art W~alk
Continued fom page 7
myself."
The Pelican stopped next
store to get Gallery XO's
feelings about the Island City
Art Walk. "We love it and we
admire Mary Ellen Charapko
for her organizational skills
and her promotion of our
Island City," said Tommy
LaFashia who owns the
gallery with artist, Macial
Cantelmo .
LaFashia, who likes to
be canldr Tonn, s s,

work and six other artists.
We also do framing which
is an important part of our
daily business. My partner
and featured artist, Macial
draws and paints in a photo-
realism style. He has sold
14 ongmials and hundreds
of limited editions just since
January when we opened."
Tommy says, "We
are amazed at the warm
reception we have received
from both residents and
visitors, especially in this
economy. I'm a Realtor with
a marketing background,
but now I'm primarily tl e
marketing man for our artists
and the resident framing
e xp er t.
He claims that his stain
glass work is just a hobby, but
several pieces are on display
in the gallery. Referring
once again to the Island City
Art Walks, LaFashia says,
"They're fun, great exposure
and in our case, they have
been very good for business.
We serve wine and vodka
drinks and meatballs made
from my famous secret


Tommy LaFashia and artist, Maciel Cantelmo are the owners of Gallery XO at 2376 Wilton
Drive. They attribute much of their success to the exposure they've had during the art walks.


Southern recipe. In the course
of the evening we will have
300 to 400 people visit us;
often 60 to 70 at one time.
This place jumps.
He had no sooner finished


his sentence when his partner,
the artist Maciel Cantelmo
appeared. His style of
drawing and painting which
Tommy has describes as
photo realism is as precise as


a photograph. His mastery
of the muscled, naked male
physique is the exciting
focus of his art on display.


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club members permission to
do the work there.
"Our city was extremely
helpful," says Nelson. "They
let us come in at 6:30 a.m. to
work on the sign. We cleaned
it with soap and water, sanding
off the rough spots. City
employees helped us with a
sandpaper grinder to get in
between the letters. And thev
turned the sign over for us
when lve needed to paint the
other side."
But when the members
wanted to reinstall the sign,
Florida Department of
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that would cost about $850.
That's when FDOT and the
Pompano Beach Garden Club
members squared off
"This was a little bit of
history that had been found
and was particularly important
to our club. We had already
worked to clean and restore it,
and we weren't going to come
up with $850 to put it back,
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"Ingrid protested the cost
vigorously," says Nelson. "She
said 'There was no way.' We
had not come this far to be
hung up for $850."'


Finally FDOT officials
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to the city to re-erect the sign.
District XI Garden Clubs
which includes Brolvard
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two have been located. The


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Garden visitors that depend on
plentiful nectar to get through
Continued from page 18
the cooler months.
Dombeya "Seminole" will Remember, about two
bloom from now until May thirds of the vegetables, fruits
and loves to grow in the full and nuts we eat depend on
sun, reaching six feet and as honeybees to pollinate them.
wide, but can be kept smaller Welcome the bees, and the
by pruning it back after it has veggies you are now planting
finished blooming. It can even will reward you with bounty.
be grown in a large container. Here's another one of This unassuming shrub
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honebee, buterliesand coming into bloom night now: informal hedge, as it is green
hummingbirds, beloved Panam Rose, Rondeletia and full for the summer, but Car W~ash
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