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Pelicane 1500 -A E Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach, FL 33060 Pompano Beach Deereld Beach Lighthouse Point Lauderdale-By-e-Sea Wilton Manors Oakland Park Hillsboro Beach e Galt Palm Aire Visit Us Online at: PelicanNewspaper.com 954-783-8700 Send news to siren2415@gmail.comFriday, November 2, 2018 Vol. XXVI, Issue 44Price 10 Judge sides with Eaton in residency lawsuit; will remain on ballotBy Michael dOliveira PELICAN STAFF Fort Lauderdale Rhonda Eaton will remain on the ballot. That was 17th Circuit Court Judge Raag Singhals decision Tuesday regarding the lawsuit brought by her opponent, Tom Terwilliger. Eaton and Terwilliger are both running in the citys Dist. 2 commission race. Terwilliger claims Eaton does not meet the candidate residency requirement and should not be allowed to run. Eaton called Terwilligers lawsuit a political stunt and said he cast See EATON on page 15 Event planner wants to build facility at beach in PompanoBy Judy Vik PELICAN STAFF Pompano Beach A New Yorkbased company wants to build an event center at this citys beach. Pompano Pier Associates has been negotiating with Apogee Events to construct a two-story building suitable for wedding receptions, charity events, corporate meetings and private parties. At their Oct. 26 meeting, city commissioners unanimously approved the amendment request to Pompano Piers development agreement on both first and second readings without discussion. We have a very impressive prospect, City Manager Greg Harrison said. See PIER on page 9 Mayors message at State of City: By Judy Wilson PELICAN STAFF Deerfield Beach This city is experiencing a rise in development, business and image, Mayor Bill Ganz told a gathering of civic leaders and investors at the State of the City event hosted last week by the Deerfield Beach Chamber of Commerce. We are more hopeful and vibrant than ever, Ganz said. Policymakers and others are taking notice. The numbers are good. The citys taxable value is up $560 million, an 8.57 percent increase, better than Broward County as a whole. The value of single-family homes is up 13.45 percent, again outpacing the county. Business sales here reached the $19.3 billion mark; there was a 7.5 percent increase in gross retail sales. wins fourth district title in a row line despite the efforts of three Piper tacklers. See story on page 12. [Photo by Cassidy Schuck]Fine Food & Wine brings out vendors Photos on page 11 See STATE OF CITY on page 5 Tara Watkins of Pompano Discount Liquor about to show off her pouring skills. [Staff] Questions arise over no-bid well injection contractBy Michael dOliveira PELICAN STAFF Pompano Beach Questions about $7 million in no-bid contracts to build a new deep well arose at the city commission meeting last week. City staff presented two contracts for approval $6.9 million for Youngquist Brothers to construct a See WELL on page 26

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2 The Pelican Color THE PELICAN (PP 166 ISSN 2381-716X) is published weekly on Fridays at 1500 E. Atlantic Blvd. Ste. A, Pompano Beach, FL 33060. Subscription rates are $13.78 annually. Applications to mail at Periodicals postage rates is pending in Fort Lauderdale. Tel: 954-783-8700 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Pelican, 1500 East Atlantic Blvd. Ste. A, Pompano Beach, FL 33060.THE PELICAN1500-A East Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach, FL 33060954-783-8700PUBLISHER: Anne Siren By Katina Caraganis PELICAN STAFF Wilton Manors Some residents here are concerned the proposed transitoriented corridor [TOC] along Andrews Avenue and Oakland Park Boulevard may be detrimental to their neighborhoods and that may cause officials to rethink the TOCs boundaries. According to City Manager Leigh Ann Henderson, the current land use is residential, and the city is seeking to change that to TOC. TOC is a mixed-use residential and commercial area designed to maximize access to public transportation and often incorporates features to encourage transit ridership. Community Development Services Director Roberta Moore said she and her staff met with a consultant to draft the land-use change, which was then presented at a number of community meetings. Public outreach has been going on for a better part of a year, according to Moore. However, residents whose neighborhoods are within the proposed TOC fear the impact it would have on their quiet neighborhoods. Some of them expressed those concerns at the Oct. 23 commission meeting. Ron Burr, who lives on Northwest 30 Court, urged commissioners to alter the boundaries of the TOC so Residents fear TOC zone will have negative impact on neighborhoods The rendering above is of a conceptual redevelopment of the corner of Oakland Park Boulevard and Andrews Avenue, where the Publix is currently located. Although Publix has announced no plans to redevelop the site, commissioners say attracting redevelopment is the purpose behind the proposed land-use changes to the Oakland Park Boulevard and Andrews Avenue corridors. [Courtesy]his neighborhood would not be impacted. Burrs biggest concerns are that the amount of traffic coming through the neighborhood would drastically increase and property values would decrease exponentially. He asked commissioners to protect the residents they were elected to serve. Mayor Gary Resnick said while everyone recognized the importance of improving Andrews Avenue and Oakland Park Boulevard, it should not be a burden to residents. I never envisioned impacting single-family residential homes. Vice-Mayor Justin Flippen agreed with Resnick, saying there has to be a way to carve out the residential neighborhoods while maintaining the integrity of See TOC on page 22

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The Pelican 3 Color THE PELICAN1500-A East Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach, FL 33060954-783-8700PUBLISHER: Anne Siren Pompano Beach At their meeting Oct. 26, city commissioners unanimously approved $1.5 million for seven new Broward Sheriffs Office [BSO] school resource officers [SROs] and five new community service aides. SROs are trained deputies Pompano spends $1.5 million on new SROs, aides who are assigned to local schools and provide additional security for those schools. Currently, there are nine SROs. According to the Broward County Public Schools website, SROs focus on preventing and responding to juvenile delinquency and substance abuse and are a source of positive interaction between students and law enforcement. SROs also provide educational opportunities for students. Service aides are trained personnel who perform non-emergency duties, such as traffic accidents, crime scene processing and traffic direction. The city has four now. At the Oct. 26 meeting, Pompano BSO Chief Major John Hale asked commissioners to hold an emergency second hearing so the new service aides could attend the Community Service Aide Academy which began on Nov. 1. -Michael dOliveira Meeting on medical marijuana dispensaryOakland Park A meeting on a proposed medical mari juana dispensary will be held on Thursday, Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. in Suite 2 of the Municipal Building, 5399 N. Dixie Hwy. The proposed location of the dispensary is 499 E. Oakland Park Blvd.

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4 The Pelican color By Brady Newbill PELICAN WRITER Pompano Beach Bailey Contemporary Arts [BaCA], the epicenter of this citys thriving art scene, is ready to step outside the box for its newest exhibition, ab- strakt. It opens with a special reception tonight during the monthly Untapped event. After hosting a string of exhibitions focused on specific themes, such as connections with nature in the Unearthed show and personal narratives like Sara Macels What Did the Deep Sea Say? the gallery is experimenting with abstract works by three prolific artists of various mediums. The artists are all veterans of the South Florida art world but come from uniquely different backgrounds. her works is pictured above. [Courtesy]by a trip to Egypt. Jill Lefkowitz works in more regimented patterns derived from aboriginal artwork, using a variety of common and found objects such as guitars and barrels as her canvases. There is a certain freedom with abstract work when artists get in the flow and let the materials and expressive gestures of the hand materialize their feelings, said Juliana Forero, Ph.D., Pompano Beach Cultural Affairs Department gallery curator. Throughout this year, I met the three featured artists at different events. While they dont know each other personally, I felt their work would show well together as they share a passion to express their art almost unfiltered straight from their heart and soul. The ab-strakt exhibition will remain in BaCAs main gallery through Dec. 22. The artists will be present for remarks and a meet-and-greet on Friday, Nov. 16. from 6 to 8 p.m. This is an exhibition that highlights the importance of expression and embraces the departure from figurative forms allowing gestures to take shape to represent ideas, feelings, and concepts, explained Forero. For more, visit baileyarts.org. Venezuelan sculptor Diane Font works mostly in ceramics, portraying intersecting geometric shapes in soft tones and smooth colors. spent most of her career between South Florida and New York, paints in vibrant colors. Only recently, she moved into the realm of abstracts after being inspired

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The Pelican 5 color Of the citys 12,286 business entities, 388 are classified as advanced industrial firms that have hired more than 4,000 highwage employees. Fifty eight percent of these high-tech companies have plans to expand. In 2018, 209 new business tax receipts were issued. Construction of new homes is contributing to this healthy economy. This year, 228 residences were completed. In 2019, 378 townhomes will be under construction. In two years, 293 single-family homes and 122 townhomes will be built. Another 201 are pending approval. In his remarks, the mayor addressed a $38 million bond that will finance major renovations to city facilities. A focus for redevelopment here remains the Pioneer Grove area around city hall and Dixie Highway which the federal government has designated an Opportunity Zone. Ganz called out some special community partners. Among them were the JM Family Foundation that contributes dollars and manpower to numerous local projects and has begun a $150 million expansion of its campus here. Also on the list of doers was Danielle Rosse, owner of Oceans 234 who provided food to senior citizens at the Palms after Hurricane Irma; Bob Birdsong, president of taken on the task of chairing the citys newly-founded Economic Development Council and Ari Pavan, owner State of CityContinued from page 1 of Dixie Divers, who has championed Deerfield Beach as a nautical destination. To these people, and to all the communitys nonprofit organizations, Ganz said, There is more work to be done . The future will be determined by those who come together to create opportunity. Be an ambassador. Get your hands dirty. Roll up your sleeves. Sit on boards. Lead the way. Together, we are Deerfield Beach. Mayor Bill Ganz delivering an upbeat State of the City address last week. [Courtesy] City Manager Burgess Hanson, Member Lenny Chesal and Barwis Economic Development Council; Rick Jordan, JM Family and Mike Hudack, SHL Pharma.

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6 The Pelican color Pompano Beach, Deereld Beach, Lighthouse Point, Lauderdale-By-e-Sea, Wilton Manors, Oakland Park, Palm Aire, Galt Ocean Mile and Hillsboro Beache Pelican is published weekly on FridaysStreet Address: 1500-A E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach, FL 33060 Telephone: 954-783-8700 Fax: 954-783-0093Letters to the Editor are encouraged and accepted for print if signed, although a writers name will be withheld on request; letters must also include a daytime telephone number. Advertising rates are available upon request. Subscription rate is $13.78 including tax for one years delivery in Greater Pompano Beach; $95.40/per year including tax for others in the United States; call 954-783-8700 for rates abroad. e Pelican is a nonpartisan newspaper and reserves the right to decline advertising. Copyright 2018. Reproduction of this publication in whole or in part is prohibited without written permission of the publisher. e Pelican is a member of the Greater Pompano Beach Chamber of Commerce, Deereld Beach Chamber and the LBTS Chamber. e Pelican is a state certied woman-owned minority business. e Pelican is delivered to businesses, libraries, schools, oces, hospitals, news racks and single family homes. All advertising and copy is published at the sole discretion of the publisher. We welcome your critiques and ideas concerning this publication. Anne Siren, publisher Vice president Christopher H. Siren Editor-in-chief Michael dOliveira Graphics: Rachel Ramirez Windsheimer Website: David Ginsberg Classieds: Anne Siren, Jeanne McVicker Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Neuberger, Judy Wilson, Malcolm McClintock, Judy Vik, Concepcion Ledezma, RJ Boyle and Jim Chiefy Mathie Account Executives: Carolyn Mann, Ellen Green, Mary Beth McCabe, Patti Fanucci, Distribution/Circulation: Al Schmidberger Special Oce Assistant: Cathy Siren ESTABLISHED 1993 Volume XXVI, Issue 44 Founding Editor and PublisherAnne Hanby Siren and The Pelican urges all citizens to vote in the Nov. 6 elections. The Pelican wants your opinion! Send your letters to the editor to editor.pelican@gmail.com The Pelican urges Lighthouse Point approve bond issueIt may not be the perfect product but the proposed $16.5 million bond issue, dedicated to improving the safety of the public and its employees, very much needs to be approved by Lighthouse Point voters on Tuesday. The projects a Cat 5, fire station/emergency operations center, a new public works building, a functional community center and the build out of the existing second floor at the library have been thoroughly studied by the commission and city staff. And although some residents would have liked to vote on each project specifically, few are on record as opposing the issue itself. That would be hard to do because here is the situation. In this affluent city where the average appraised value of a home is $500,000, the current public works building commonly floods when it rains, the only shelter at Dan Witt Park is too small to safely contain summer campers, the librarys second floor is now nothing more than an attic, and the current fire station is built to mere Category 3 standards not a safe place for the citys first responders to ride out a major hurricane. Improvements to these facilities seem long overdue in a city that prides itself on its pricey real estate, recreational programs and library services. Residents here are also fiercely loyal to their law enforcement officers and fire/EMT personnel, as they should be. So how can they in good conscience let their public employees work out of substandard buildings? Thats the image issue. But the safety issue is the real reason residents need these upgrades. Residents are supposed to evacuate Lighthouse Point with the approach of a Cat 2 hurricane. First responders and other city officials now must leave town when a Cat 3 is forecast. Given the horrendous destruction caused by Hurricane Michael in Floridas Panhandle, where Cat 3 municipal buildings were destroyed and police departments are still running command centers out of circus tents, the need for a Cat 5 emergency operations center here cannot be denied. The EOC will be the place where police and fire personnel can either sit out a storm or return and start the process of restoring city services. The new public works garage and the recreation center will be built to Cat 4 standards and can also be used in emergencies. And the build out of the library? The second story will house the internet servers, a protection against first floor flooding. After Hurricane Irma [a small storm,] residents flocked to the library where service was available for Wi-Fi and computer connections. Safety is surely the issue here. But lets think about the citys upscale image. Public buildings are very much a part of that. The fire department/EOC on Sample Road and Northeast 21 Terrace will be a handsome landmark at a major entry point into the city. The public works building will be dry and air-conditioned, a fitting work place for the department that maintains the citys infrastructure and its fleet of vehicles. Family-proud Lighthouse Point should have provided its youngsters with indoor recreational space years ago. The library, the citys cultural hub, will be able to expand its programming for young and old. We cannot think of a valid argument against floating the bond issue. Financing these capital projects any other way would take years and years. Bonds, secured by tax revenues, are the most efficient way to make these improvements. Once approved, there is a plan in place to fast-track construction. Bonds have a modest impact on the taxpayer. Here, the increase in taxes is estimated to be 45 cents per $1,000 of appraised real estate value, or, for that owner of the $500,000 home, $245 a year. $22.40 a month to get four safe buildings capable of handling the citys needs in a disaster. $22.40 a month to give city employees functional, energy-saving workplaces. $22.40 a month to improve the citys public image. $22.40 a month to play catch-up to the 21st Century. Who among you would vote No?Pelican CommentaryPompano Beach The winners of the Nov. 6 commission and mayoral elections here will be sworn-in on Tuesday, Nov. 20 at noon in the city commission chambers, 100 W. Atlantic Blvd. Pick up your Pelican at your local Publix Supermarket, Walgreens and Whole Foods. Sign up for a free subscription at pelicannewspaper.com. Call 954-783-8700.

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8 The Pelican bw By Judy Wilson PELICAN STAFF Deerfield Beach Training super athletes has progressed from mere honing and toning to improving the mindbody connection. And its happening in Deerfield Beach. Barwis Methods has opened its international headquarters in the Hillsboro Technology Center. It is 24,000 square feet of voluminous space filled with all the body building equipment imaginable. The owner of this provocative training center is Mike Barwis, a 46-year-old entrepreneur who started his career at the University of West Virginia in 1993, moved on to Michigan University in 2007 and then in 2011 founded Barwis Methods, dedicated to the science of holistic human performance. He now has gyms in Michigan, Port St. Lucie, Georgia and Eastern Europe. In the near future, Orlando and Miami are on the list. His methods have accelerated the strength and speed of numerous athletes. Around the Barwis gym, trainers drop names like NBA hall of famer James for both pro and amateur athletes; opens in Technology Center Mike Barwis [center], former UFC Welterweight Champion Robbie Lawler and inspirational speaker Brock Mealer [left] who regained use of his legs using Barwis Methods. [Photos by Zac Lucius/BARWIS]Worthy, former Pittsburgh Steeler Lamar Woodly, Mets leftfielder Yoenis Cespedes and the Golden State Warriors Draymond Green. They are a few of the hundreds of world-class athletes amateur and pro who have trained using Barwis Methods. The new facility here will incorporate a number of training options: elite personal, physical therapy, youth and team clinics, speed and agility classes, nutritional consulting, massage, athlete recovery, performance optimization. There is a scientific component to all Barwis Methods training. But one, neurological reengineering, is especially exciting. It holds the promise of regenerating the body. Donny Vanker, chief of staff at Barwis, explains the concept. Barwis theory is that when muscles need to be rebuilt, for any reason, there is a neuron that must transmit the proper message to the muscle. The science is called neurological reengineering. The premise is that the body adapts to the intensities it habitually experiences. It helps the brain relocate, activate and control muscle fibers. It creates pathways to increase stimulation and motor control of the nervous system. Barwis First Step Foundation gives those suffering spinal cord injuries, strokes, traumatic brain injury, Cerebral Palsy and Muscular Dystrophy access to this science. All protocols used here are designed for the individual to heal and make necessary adaptions. Praise from athletes who have trained with him is profuse. Amazing training. Barwis is a beast, said Rashad Evans, former UFC light heavyweight champ. And Dolphins tackle Ndamukong Suh has said, Perfection to detail and the work ethic is what the staff at Barwis is all about. Barwis selected the Hillsboro Technology Center for his worldwide headquarters for several reasons: access to transportation, hotels and the beaches and fact that many professional athletes live in South Florida. But he was also courted by Dave Mirantz, CEO of the Deerfield Beach Economic Development Council, who provided him with information about this citys business climate. He has been featured in such diverse media outlets as People Magazine and Fox Sports. For a time, he had a show on the Discovery Channel, American Muscle. Vanker calls him the leader on motion . and one of the smartest guys on the eastern seaboard. Vanker has a personal reason to tout the science that repairs the injured. His own son was born with cerebral palsy and made little progress despite advanced treatments. That was, he says, until he came to Barwis and the science of neurological reengineering. No one else could fix his signals, Vanker said. On a recent afternoon, the gym reverberated with music as athletes sprinted, jumped, ran against restraints and lifted. Its not for the halfhearted, Vanker observed. But there is a softer side to all this high-quality physical performance. The Barwis gyms are not just for the super athlete or the injured. Families are a big priority according to Vanker. There are group classes and clinics. A Little League coach can bring his team in to learn about the facility and what is available. We want to help be the catalyst to improving the performance of young athletes, Vanker said. When you walk in the door here, you matter. Everyone can benefit from the Barwis Method. It depends on how hard you work and how often. Monthly memberships are modest and for those who have a child in a youth class, use of cardio equipment is just $5 an hour. An important part of the Barwis philosophy is charity, Vanker said. A major event is being planned for the First Step Foundation and the Athletic Angels Foundation which provides athletic, academic and financial services to impoverished young people. A charity golf tournament will be held at the Parkland Golf and Country Club on Thursday, Feb. 7, 1 p.m. It offers the opportunity to play 18 holes with a professional athlete. For more, contact Jade Wright, 772-871-2123 or email jwright@barwis.com. Conference open to parents, professionals for updates on developmental disabilities By Anne Siren PELICAN STAFF Boca Raton Floridas Voice on Developmental Disabilities [FVDD] is hosting its annual statewide educational conference for families and professionals: Nov. 8 and 9 at the Renaissance Boca Raton Hotel, 2000 NW 19 St. The two-day event will cover topics that target a realm of developmental disabilities needs led by experts in the field, such as Aspergers and school choice: private, parochial, public, alternative and home school. Additional topics include public benefits, housing, bullying, divorce, technology, 504 Plans versus IEP, employment, physical disabilities, ASD/ADHD, executive functioning, behavioral plans, sex and relationships, neurodiversity, sensory, medical research on autism, micro-enterprising, legal and financial planning, medical treatments, emerging therapies, community resources and much more. Speakers include experts on all subjects including higher education. Among the speakers are Lauren Ferguson with the Dan Marino Foundation; Jennifer Percival from Florida Atlantic University; Floridas Voice on Developmental Disabilities [FVDD] was founded in 1995 by Arlene Lakin, Esq. FVDD operates as a 100 percent volunteer organization. See CONFERENCE on page 20

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The Pelican 9 bw In the agreement, the parcel is now limited to 6,100 square feet. The prospective users need somewhere between 15,000 and 18,000 square feet. With the amendment, the minimum annual rent paid to the city would increase by $2.46 for each additional square foot of enclosed space over 6,100 square feet. That could result in a $30,000 annual increase in rent paid to the city. Apogee has 13 facilities at locations in New York City and Long Island, including the Tribeca Rooftop in a 100-year-old building, Tim Hernandez of Pompano Pier told the East CRA Advisory Committee on Oct. 18. East CRA members approved the plan 6-0. They want a gorgeous ballroom overlooking the ocean, he said. Hernandez said the benefits of adding the special event space include increased synergies with hotels, more corporate events brought to the area and more consistent mid-week and off-season business for restaurants both inside and outside the pier area. He said the Pompano Beach Pier Parking Garage would experience increased revenues. And he said the proposed use would result in a higher profile for Pompano Beach in the eyes of corporate users and event planners. The amendment also calls for the size limit for the Oceanic restaurant parcel to be increased from 8,700 to 9,570 square feet and the minimum annual rent to increase from $75,000 to $94,000. The need for more space is largely due to a reconfiguration of the floor plan to expand kitchen cooler and storage areas. Pompano Pier Associates is developing 48,500 square feet of new commercial development at the beach. The first project to be built in this development, called Pompano Beach Fishing Village, was the Pompano Beach House restaurant. PierContinued from page 1 By Michael dOliveira PELICAN STAFF Pompano Beach Drew Axelrod calls the Senior Lifestyle & Health Expo a non-pressured situation. Held Wednesday, Nov. 14 from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Emma Lou Olson Civic Center, 1801 NE 6 St., the Expo will feature about 70 vendors. Each vendor will provide information on their products and/or services and Axelrod said its a situation where theres much less pressure than if an individual went to the individual business or organization to inquire about what they seek. With so much in one place, its also much quicker. Its a great opportunity to interact . They can kind of stop shop for products and servicesbounce around without having their hands tied. They can accomplish multiple things in one venue. Attendees can get information on investment planning, advance directives, retirement living, home health aides, hospice, local medical and rehabilitation centers, medical equipment and more. Axelrod said the Expo is timed to coincide with the Medicare enrollment period Oct. 15 to Dec. 7. This is during Medicare open enrollment, so a lot of them go around asking various questions to the healthcare providers. We try to keep a diverse group of vendors. [The attendees] may have different ailments. Its also timed so snowbirds can attend. We do this twice a year. We like the facility. The next [Expo at Emma Lou] is April 1. We try to hold them when snowbirds are around. Its not just for the full time resident. Its for the snowbirds, too. Along with the vendors, there will be free flu shots and health screenings, door prizes, raffles and free bagels, coffee and hot dogs. For more information, visit browardseniorexpo.com or call 754-246-2874. Pig roastPompano Beach American Legion Post 142, 171 SW 2 St., will host its 2nd Annual Pig Roast on Saturday, Dec. 1 from 12 to 4 p.m. The cost is $15 and tickets are available at the Post 142.

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10 The Pelican bw Send your news to editor. pelican@gmail.com Lauderdale-By-The-Sea This town will sponsor a Veterans Day ceremony on Sunday, Nov. 11 to honor local veterans who served their country. The event, free and open to the public, starts at 10 a.m. at El Prado Park, 4500 El Mar Drive. The small park is on the ocean directly east of Town Hall, 4501 N. Ocean Drive. The ceremony will move inside to nearby Jarvis Hall if it rains. The towns fourth annual Veterans Day ceremony will include the Broward Sheriffs Office Honor Guard and the Volunteer Fire Departments Color Guard. The keynote speaker is Bob the Gold Coast Chapter of Disabled American Veterans in Pompano Beach. He is a retired U.S. Navy pilot and currently serves as his chapters chaplain and service officer. the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis in 1962. He was accepted into Navy Flight School where he received his Navy Wings of Gold. After flight school he was assigned to Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron 12, VAW12 in Norfolk. After numerous deployments with his squadron flying off the decks of the aircraft carriers USS Saratoga and USS America, he was assigned to VAW-11 in San Diego. He was also an instructor pilot flying the Navys newest aircraft at the time, the E2A Hawkeye. Upon completion of this assignment, he left the Navy to pursue a career as an investment banker. As part of the days events in LBTS, a ceremonial wreath will be placed in the ocean. Town Commissioner Randy Strauss is chairing the event, which includes patriotic music and refreshments. For more, call 954-6404200. -Judy Vik The-Seas Veterans Day ceremony. [Courtesy] Pompano Beach The Pompano Beach Planning and Zoning Board has approved a 37-unit apartment building on Northeast 19 Avenue and a 60,200 square-foot building at the Air Park for a flight school. Gregory Spatz, on behalf of American Flyers Pompano Aviation, submitted plans for a new flight school, ancillary offices and new hanger space. An existing building will be demolished. The apartment project was presented by NE 19 Ave., LLC. Proposed are studio and one-bedroom rentals on a vacant .63-acre site between Atlantic Boulevard and Northeast 2 Street.Three large projects get thumbs up from zoning board The Pompano Beach Planning and Zoning Board has approved a new 37-unit apartment building on Northeast 19 AvenueThe board, meeting on Oct. 24, recommended placing overhead utility lines underground the developer and paying a fee to the Affordable Housing Trust. The site is in the Transit Oriented East Overlay District, an area that allows for reduced parking. The board also recommended building plans submitted by Malcolm Drilling for a new maintenance building, ancillary office and concrete outdoor storage lot at 1730 NW 33 St. The property, currently vacant, is in a heavy industrial area. The applicant will construct a 10-foot wall on three sides of the site. A 10-foot wall already exists on a neighboring property to the west. The applicant asked to work with staff on landscaping. Zoning Chair Fred Stacer said leeway should be given since it isnt practical to require landscape islands in an area frequented by large trucks. -Judy Vik Pittsburgh synagogue victims rememberedPompano Beach A cere mony to commemorate the 11 people who were murdered by a gunman at Pittsburghs Tree of Life Synagogue will be held on Saturday, Nov. 3 at 10 a.m. at Temple Sholom, 132 SE 11 Ave. The public is in vited to attend. The Broward Sheriffs Office will provide deputies for security. on! Really!Look, grown-ups, I have a life to live. And I am counting on you to make things better for me. And youre not going to vote? Are you really leaving me with algae-filled rivers? Im just learning how to read. I might want to be a teacher some day, but not with the crazy salaries you guys pay. I will want to buy a house, and I do not want to have to deliver pizzas at night to pay my mortgage. Would somebody define grown-up? Real grownups vote on Nov. 6!Cookies advice? ideas on library propertyPompano Beach A construction crew tears down the citys old library [pictured on the right] on Atlantic Boulevard. City officials plan to redevelop the property and want ideas from residents and others as to how to utilize it once all the rubble has been cleared. Rather than us dictate [how it will be used], the commission wants residents, developers and anyone else to come up with ideas, said Mayor Lamar Fisher. [Staff] Vets get free tours of LighthouseHillsboro Beach Veter ans and up to three family members will be given free tours of the Hillsboro Inlet Lighthouse on Sunday, Nov. 11. Seven shuttle boats will leave from Alsdorf Park, 2850 NE 14 Street Causeway in Pompano Beach, beginning at 9 a.m. and returning every 45 minutes. The last shuttle departs at 1:30 p.m. Military ID or proof of service must be provided. The lighthouse will be open for self-guided tours. Guests are welcome to pack picnic lunches and beach chairs and enjoy the views and the breezes.

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The Pelican 11 bw Fort Lauderdale The Pompano Beach Chamber of Commerce Fine Food & Wine Celebration was held on Oct. 16 at The Sheraton Cypress Creek in Fort Lauderdale. Dozens of local restaurants and bars provided food and alcohol samples to guests. Participants included Miami Masala, Pompano Discount Liquor, Bensons Bakeshop, Trattoria Novello and Sette Bello. Chamber President/CEO Jean McIntyre said the event offers the participating businesses an opportunity for tremendous exposure to potential new customers who might not know they exist. Youre on Atlantic [Boulevard]? asked one attendee of Miami Masala owner Alexander Lawrence. -Michael dOliveiraPompano Chamber celebrates annual Fine Food & Wine Celebration The Greater Pompano Beach Chamber of Commerces annual Food & Wine Event featured numerous restaurants and different kinds of food and refreshments. Filippone of Sette Bello. [Bottom Left] Audrey Castro of The Patron Spirits Company and Victor Andarcia of Transatlantic Wine & Spirits. [Top Right] Alexander Lawrence of Miami Masala. [Bottom Right] Shanna Benson of Bensons Bakeshop. [Staff]Climate Change meetingsCity officials from Wilton Manors and Oakland Park will host two Joint Climate Action Plan Public Workshops. The first workshop will be on Thursday, Nov. 15 at 6 p.m. at Hagen Park, 2020 Wilton Drive. The second will be on Wednesday, Nov. 28 at 6 p.m. at Collins Community Center, 3900 NW 3 Ave. According to an email sent by city officials, Wilton Manors and Oakland Park have partnered to create a Joint Climate Action Plan that will address improvements for infrastructure and resilience into the next decade. With the increasing concerns of rising sea levels, extreme weathers, natural disasters and climate change, all community stakeholders are invited to collaborate and unveil potential efficiencies, together. Following a presentation, this second of two public workshops will solicit stakeholder feedback regarding significant environmental issues that affect their daily lives. To RSVP for the meetings, call 954-390-2100 or 954-6804200. Email your news to editor.pelican@gmail. com

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12 The Pelican color By: Cassidy Schuck PELICAN INTERN Deerfield Beach The Deerfield Beach High School Bucks took on the Piper Bengals Oct. 26 for the District 11-8A Championship. Both schools were undefeated in district play. But Piper was not up to the challenge and the Bucks romped to a 35-0 win and claimed the district title for the fourth year in a row.Our number one goal every year is to win the district championship, Head Coach Jevon Glenn said. We have won it three years in a row and that is something we dont take for granted, but I am proud we get to keep the title here for a fourth year. The Bucks wasted no time in setting the pace of the game. On their second play, quarterback Derohn touchdown pass to wide receiver Dontae Banton, putting the Bucks up 7-0. They committed eight, nine players to the box, and they came in saying they were definitely going to try and stop Jaylan, Glenn said. Thats why it was so effective for Derohn to come in and throw a long bomb the first play because they had everyone so keyed on [running back] Jaylon The Bucks were forced to switch things up on their next set of downs as safety Tyron Herring entered the game as backup quarterback. But the readjustment did not seem to be a problem for the Bucks as Herring rushed for a touchdown. The half ended with the Bucks commanding a 14-0 lead. On the defensive side, the Bucks shut the Bengals out for the fourth year in a row. Defensive end Brandon Dorlus contributed with two sacks, one stripped sack, two tackles for a loss of yards and a forced interception that Jevon Denis recovered and Herring turned into a touchdown. Denis ended the game with one interception, six tackles and four tackles for a loss of yards. The game was not without penalties. Flags were flying on both ends of the field for unsportsmanlike play. The Bucks had touchdowns called back on offensive holding calls. But the Bucks managed to score five touchdowns: two Banton and one by Herring. Gibbons wins seven in a row with 38-6 win over StranahanBy Concepcion Ledezma PELICAN SPORTS Fort Lauderdale In one of his tweets, Cardinal Gibbons High School Coach Matt DuBuc encourages the Chiefs followers to check out the accolades that senior receiving. See GIBBONS on page 35 See BUCKS on page 35

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14 The Pelican color Zuccarelli 1340 N. Federal Hwy. Pompano Beach 954-941-1261 Hours: Monday to Thursday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday 3 p.m. to 10 p.m.By Malcolm McClintock PELICAN WRITER Located directly across the street from the picturesque Pompano Beach Municipal Golf Course, the always reliable Zuccarelli has been a fixture on Federal Highway for the past nine years. I have been in the restaurant business for 35 years, says owner Giuliano Vallorani who opened the first Zuccarelli in Margate in 1983. Serving just about every Italian specialty imaginable, this trustworthy trattoria comes loaded with a great wine list and tons of culinary expertise. The result is highquality fare at surprisingly low prices in a relaxed ambiance. The voluminous menu is replete with a seemingly endless array of mouthwatering favorites. Soups include the classic minestrone as well as the hearty pasta e fagiole. Salads such as grilled chicken, Caesar or calamari are also good starters. On the appetizer front, stuffed mushrooms, mussels marinara, clams oreganata and broccoli Parmigiana are just a few of the tempting choices available. A host of hot and cold sandwiches also makes an appearance. Sausage and peppers, eggplant, chicken, Managers Pat Demeglia and Joey Darmetta show off a famous Zuccarelli cheese pizza. [Staff] mozzarella, basil leaves, olive oil and balsamic glaze. See ZUCCARELLI on page 32

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The Pelican 15 color doubts and aspersions on her. She said shes glad to get back on the campaign trail in the final week before the election on Nov. 6. But it may not be finished just yet. Terwilliger said he will confer with his attorney he will appeal the judges decision. He made the safe call, said Tynan of the judge. Terwilliger said hes confident he could have proved his case if he had been allowed to present his witnesses. Singhal said that he had read all of the documents presented to him. Singhal said the facts show Eaton has lived in her Dist. 2 home since September of 2017 and he agreed with Eatons attorney, Joseph Geller, and City Attorney EatonContinued from page 1 Rhonda Eaton Tom TerwilligerMark Berman that she is qualified to run for office under the charter. With Mr. Geller and Mr. Berman is where I come down, the judge said. Berman and Geller both argued that the two charter sections governing candidate qualifying should be read as one. Berman also said the court should defer to the citys interpretation of its charter. Ill have to defend the honor of the charter, he said. Singhal said he looked at the fact that Eaton had lived in the city at least a year before the election and came down in favor of her because of that. Eaton says she has lived in Dist. 2 since May of 2017. Under Section 7, Qualifications and Disqualifications, candidates can qualify to run for the district they live in if they have been residents of that district for at least one (1) year immediately preceding their election. Under Section 68, Nominations, anyone who is registered to vote in the city and who has been a resident of the city for a period of one year may be a candidate. Terwilliger said he believes that means candidates must be residents of the district they want to represent for at least one year by the time of the qualifying period June of 2018. Geller argued that because the voting period is underway it would be unfair to voters, who have already cast ballots for Eaton via early voting and absentee, to remove her from the election. That would mean voters would not have a choice, said Geller. After the ruling, Terwilliger said a website advertisement posted on the citys website before the election was in line with his view of the charter. It has since been taken down. Why have a city clerk [if what they publish isnt going to be followed?] asked Terwilliger. Before the ruling, Berman addressed the website advertisement and said the city charter takes precedence over anything else published or disseminated. But like Eaton, Terwilliger said hes ready to get back out on the campaign trail and let voters in Dist. 2 decide who will represent them. Good luck to both candidates, said Singhal, who commended Eaton and Terwilliger for their willingness to serve. Deputy honored for life-saving See DEPUTY on page 24Lauderdale-By-The-Sea Broward Sheriffs Office was named Septembers Officer of the Month for his efforts helping save an elderly mans life, and for arrests he made in recent incidents.

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16 The Pelican By Judy Wilson PELICAN STAFF Deerfield Beach Woofing Waters, a doggie playground with a decidedly water park theme, opened this month at Quiet Waters Park, 401 S. Powerline Road. The long-awaited facility features spray hydrants, shower nozzles, a nozzle jet line and hard walking surfaces for large and small dogs. There is also a dog-wash area. The two acres is surrounded by permeable pavement to absorb the runoff. While the dogs cavort, their owners can relax beneath umbrellas, on benches and at picnic tables. Restrooms are shared with a nearby marina. The cost to build this high-end dog park was about $337,000 and was funded by the 2000 Safe Parks and Land Preservation Bond. The water park theme is fitting for the 430-acre Quiet Waters, which features Splash Adventure, Ski Rixen, lakes for fishing, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding and a newly-renovated marina. The Woofing Waters ribboncutting was followed by a Dog-toberfest, more fun for the pooches and their human parents. Woofing Waters is open daily 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., except Wednesday when it opens at 10 a.m. It will be closed during the annual Renaissance Festival in February. Annual passes are $25; a daily pass is $5. Owners must show proof dogs have been vaccinated. Pompano Beach The Exchange Club of Pompano Beach is selling Super Bowl raffle tickets for $100 each. First prize is a choice of $5,000 or two tickets to Super Bowl LIII, held on Feb. 3, 2019 in Atlanta. All expenses for the trip will be paid. Second prize is $1,000. Third prize is $500. Proceeds benefit Exchange Club charities. Only 250 tickets are available for purchase at one. bidpal.net/nflraffle/welcome.

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18 The Pelican color 11/19 The Pompano Beach Garden Club meets at Olson Civic Center, 1801 NE open to the public. The program Herbs, Vegetables, and Unusual Edibles by Roland Gaudet. p.m. after the meeting. Call Forums/lectures/meetings11/08-11/09 Floridas Voice on Developmental Disabilities annual conference Hot Topics In Developmental Disabilities. Topics cover most aspects of disabilities from housing to Aspergers. Renaissance Hotel, Boca Raton. 11/15 Climate Change Workshop. Park, 2020 Wilton Drive, Wilton Oakland Park have partnered to create a Joint Climate Action Plan that will address improvements for infrastructure and resilience into the next 11/12 Our Fund Foundation hosts Lambda Legals LGBTQ playbook in The Time of Trump. A panel and multimedia presentation will feature the frontline lawyers and staff who advance key priorities and active strategies to defend and advance the rights of LGBTQ people and everyone Olas Blvd. Free. Reserve seats at AuditionsThe Broward Womens Choral Group seeks women singers. Rehearsals are Wednesday, 10 a.m. to noon in Music11/03 Synergies, a Chamber Music Concert with Piano Christ Community Church, 901 11/04 Choral Evensong for All Saints Sunday The Choir of St. Pauls, Dr. Paul rice Campbell Buckton, violist. St. Pauls Episcopal Church, 188 S. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach. 11/28 Vesper series will feature ChoRuss, Petersburg, Russia currently touring in the US, singing classical Russian church music of the 18th and 19th centuries, by Bortinanski, Rachmaninoff, and Tchaikovsky as well as Russian Christmas music. Vespers will be followed by a free Russian supper. Community Church of Lauderdale by the Sea, 4433 TheaterThrough 11/11 The Christians, by Lucas Hnath. Fridays CalendarContinued from page 17 See CALENDAR on page 19

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20 The Pelican color Send your news to pelicanfrontdesk@gmail. com Beach brings awareness of rare disease Pompano Beach On Sunday, Nov. 11, Pompano Beach Fire Fighters will be on hand to welcome cyclists from Charlotte, N.C. from their 1,200 trek. The cyclists are part of Ride for Project Alive, a group focused on raising awareness and funding for Hunter Syndrome causes progressive loss of physical control and, in most cases, mental function. of a gene therapy clinical trial at Nationwide Childrens already received approval from the FDA for the investigational new drug [IND]. The finish line reception and celebration takes place at Pompano Beach. Catherine Wharton from Lynn University; Randy Blakely, Ph.D. from Florida Atlantic University; Lucina Uddin, Ph.D. from the many other professionals. Disabilities caused by autism, ADHD [attention deficit hyperactivity disorder], and IND [investigative new ConferenceContinued from page 8drugs] will also be addressed. Who should attend? Families, attorneys, mental health professionals, medical professionals, educators, financial planners, persons with developmental disabilities, state and federal and not for profit agency Employees [schools, counseling, housing and respite services, training and employment services, etc.] are available. Continuing education credits for attorneys and social workers are pending approval. sponsorship, exhibitor tables or registration, should email Scholarships are available. To register, please go to www. discount code is Speakervip Green Market tomorrowPompano Beach Pompano Beach will begin tomorrow, Nov. 3, at the corner of Dixie Highway and Atlantic Boulevard. The information, visit greenmarketpompanobeach.com or email greenmarketpompano@gmail.com. Farmers MarketPompano Beach The Skolnick Community Center, Art & Antique Walk + Craft Oakland Park 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Art Park, 1110 NE 34 Ct. The event also features mimosas, donuts and coffee and shuttle tours of various Oakland Park businesses. Parking is available at the Taste of the IslandWilton Manors The 13th Annual Taste of the Island will be bars and breweries will provide food and beverage samples. be purchased online at bit.ly/tasteoftheisland18 or at city hall, MADD Candlelight VigilPompano Beach purpose is to honor and remember the victims and survivors of vehicular crashes caused by drunk driving.

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22 The Pelican color TOCContinued from page 2 We dont want to negatively impact the whole thing, but we want to protect neighborhoods, he said. If it continues as is, is there a way to establish protections for neighbors? We dont want to see that area decline. Commissioner Scott Newton said he would not vote in favor of the application if Northwest Court were still included within the boundaries. We need to find a way to help and enhance the area, but I dont want to do that on the backs of the residents, he said. We need to grow, and we need to change but we have to do that in a smart way. Commissioner Julie Carson said she wants to maintain the urban village, small town feel of the city. However, she added, buying homes is a big investment for residents and concerns. A lot of people are scared. This will be the biggest life investment they may ever make. Commissioner Tom Green stated officials would study the potential for future development of the area. He said the city has plenty of time to tweak the plan before implementation. ready to pounce. Were down the road, he said. I dont support eliminating something the consultants laid out. We shouldnt eliminate something without knowing the future plans. Im for protecting neighborhoods but lets get more detail. To simply remove something, it destroys everything we wanted to do on Oakland Park Boulevard. The ultimate goal, Flippen said, is not for the city to just grow but to grow smartly. Zoning is the real issue. We need to articulate in the plan that we want the city to grow, he said. Resnick agreed, saying there has to be a way to balance the needs of the city with the concerns of the residents. We need to do more buffering. There has to be a way to do this without threatening the character and neighborhoods, he said. We need to look at how to plan of that area. with the consultant again and determine ways to change the boundaries, if possible. Free beer todayPompano Beach Free samples of beer crafted by local brewers will be given out during Old Town p.m. at Downtown Pompano Beach, 41 NE 1 St. There will also be arts and crafts, music and food trucks.

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24 The Pelican color DeputyContinued from page 15 Ranch Club B condo at response to a report of an in a pool. When they arrived, bystanders had removed him from the water but he had been submerged for more than two minutes. Observers said the victim did not swim and had drifted away from his performed CPR until relieved began advanced life support procedures. At the hospital, the victim was successfully resuscitated. the deputies established a pulse in the patient, greatly contributing to saving his life. Both deputies were commended for their heroic actions and are also nominated for the BSO Life Saving Award. Additionally, in September, automated license plate reader system and made two arrests and issued 14 traffic citations. -Judy Vik Dixie Highway input wantedDeerfield Beach a Walkability Workshop and a Community Walk Audit on Saturday, Nov. 3 from 9 to 11 a.m. There will be a brief presentation, after which participants will be transported via bus to Dixie Highway. Walkers will help evaluate Dixie Highway from Southeast 10 Street to Hillsboro Boulevard, provide a community perspective and identify ways to improve the corridor. The walk will be about a mile. Comfortable shoes and clothing should be worn. Prepare for sun or rain. After the walking audit, refreshments will be served and a discussion held of the findings. Send your marine news to editor. pelican@gmail.com

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The Pelican 25 color Send your news to pelicanfrontdesk@ gmail.com By Brady Newbill PELICAN WRITER Deerfield Beach In recent years it seems like the only thing that stays the same about the landscape of South Florida is that everything is always changing. Each neighborhood looks completely different every time you pass through and many of your favorite shops and restaurants now only exist Island Water Sports celebrates 40th anniversary at Midnight Madness as a memory. This makes it particularly special when one neighborhood institution manages to stand the test of time. On Oct. 19, local surfers, skaters and friends, young and old, gathered to celebrate the 40th anniversary of iconic surf shop Island Water Sports The Deerfield Beach home base for South Floridas skateboarding community. Since Cottrells passing in 2001, the store has been owned and operated by his Cheyne. Since the early sale to a local tradition with music, skateboarding demos, and special presentations. In addition to a storewide sale, this years landmark celebration included a half pipe for skateboarders with a special s ramp jam featuring resident skaters from the communitys early years. There was also a special gallery of photos and artifacts from throughout the stores history and music all day from regional favorites, including Ray Barbee, Uproot Hootenanny, Timothy Eerie and Artikal Sound System. Proceeds from a raffle at the event, as well as a portion Brown Foundation, in honor of the late brother of longtime Island Water Sports employee Craft vendor and longtime IWS employee Rachel DeJohn.

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26 The Pelican bw Send your marine news to editor. pelican@gmail.com Stantec Consulting Services to design and install the well. The well will be used to dispose of the waste stream created at the citys water treatment plant. Commissioners Beverly asked staff members why they didnt bring the contract to the city commission earlier. Randy Brown, utilities director, said if the city goes through the normal bid process the cost will be much higher by the time another window is open in 2020. injection well in Lee County. Layne, which was hired previously by the city to try and fix its previous well, bid WellContinued from page 1 Brown added that because the city doesnt have a working deep well, the cost to treat wastewater with additional chemicals has gone well was sealed after officials unsuccessfully tried to repair the lining an effort that cost We started this process in previous well. City staff tried to extend the life of the well but too much erosion had occurred. The cost, he said, of disposing of wastewater will also increase sharply if nothing is done now. The lining of the new well is previous well was supposed to last 20 years. It had a life of 14. Perkins and Sobel said they understood the need for process and last minute nature of the request. Sobel called it an 1th hour proposal. How long have we known about this? asked Perkins. Greg Harrison said theyve known since July. I understand the urgency. I just think the city manager or someone should have brought it to our attention earlier. This just happens to be the last meeting [before the election] and we receive it. I dont know why we didnt know million dollars, no bid, said Perkins. She accused Harrison of poor judgment. Harrison said city staff alerted commissioners to the problem several times but, after exhausting all other options, this was the first time they could bring the new well proposal to the commission. I didnt know this was coming until we had exhausted all other opportunities, said Harrison. Perkins said she remembers those previous communications but that they were never presented as the kind of emergency it was last week. Harrison reiterated that it only became an emergency after all the other options were exhausted. highlighting the emergency nature of the issue could have gone a long way. This seems to be the classic damned if you do, damned if you dont situation, said Commissioner emergency . If we dont, consider the consequences. the city could possibly lose its consumptive water use permit if it doesnt get the new well built. A consumptive water use permit allows the user, Pompano Beach, to draw water. He added that the city cant plan for everything and sometimes emergencies do happen. Thats the water thats provided to our city. If that is in jeopardy, we are in jeopardy. This is a crisis were dealing with. Its got to be fixed . rather than sit and point fingers, said Fisher. Perkins persisted. million, she said.Health screeningsPompano Beach Free health screenings will be provided on Saturday, Nov. at the Islamic Center of South

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The Pelican 27 bw CHURCH DIRECTORY Come Worship By Judy Wilson PELICAN STAFF Deerfield Beach Everyones life is a story, says wants to be the person who puts that story between the pages of a book. Its a mission she believes is good for the teller, the family, even for history. When she collaborated with Leo Fishman to write Macro Man, a memoir marking his 100th birthday, his accounts of Coney Island in its heyday, Local writer believes life stories leave an important legacyhis World War II years as an Army dentist, his first love and his return to civilian life became very real years to his children and grandchildren. The memoirs subtitle, From Bite to Byte suggests how Fishman accepted this new technical world to such a degree that at age 80 he taught himself computer programming. To this day, he does macro analytics for a sons medical consulting business. Hes a brilliant Century Village, used the skills she honed throughout her long writing career to get Fishman to talk about himself. At first, he did not think he had anything to say. I was just one of the boys, he said of his growing up in Brooklyn. Gradually, he loosened up and was able to interject humor into his stories. Ive been interviewing for 30 years. I know how to get To get accurate information employed a genealogist who verified his family tree and came up with some interesting angles to his personal history. for many years and has been published in The New York Times, Womans Day, SELF, Ladies Home Journal, and is a contributing writer at Seniorplanet.org., the Atlantic. com, and other websites. memoir with Bob Cranmer, The Demon of Brownsville Road, books, Hes History, Youre Not: Surviving Divorce after Forty, and The Doctors Guide to Weight Loss Surgery. Demon is an account of paranormal experiences the Cranmer family had which were also used in a TV documentary series. published memoir Im Old, so Why Arent I Wise, is a collection of highly personal, witty essays written after she moved to South Florida. The chapter titles give more Death from Obesity Have Been Greatly Exaggerated, The Grateful Almost Dead, See WRITER on page 33Send your news to editor.pelican@gmail.comLauderdale-By-The-Sea tonight and Saturday, Nov. 3. There is a 4 p.m. matinee Sunday, Nov. 4. All the shows are free. Sea Shorts Play Festival, including The Return of Summer Doldrums, The Goodbye Club, The

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Cash offers and quick closings! Rent to Own Innovativehomebuyers@gmail. com. $ I BUY HOUSES $ BUILDINGS, VACANT LAND AND COMMERCIAL FOR CASHI pay CASH and close at your convenience. Immediate cash available to resolve legal issues with property. Any condition. Specialized in estate sales. Local references. Call Richard at 561-571-2037. PERSONAL SERVICESNeed a ride somewhere? Call Bob for personal transportation. Would you like a companion for breakfast, lunch, or shopping? Reasonable rates. Call Bob: 954-254-6221. DOG WALKER/ HOUSE SITTERAs a responsible caring animal sitter, house sitter in Pompano Mikes Handyman Service Call Today! Fix Today! Fans, Lights, LYNCHS CAR SERVICEAirport special $24/person. Ride to doctors, shopping, stores, banks, etc. Luxury car, all leather interiors. 617275-3870. CLEAN QUEENS CLEANING SERVICE, LLC.Move in, move out, trash and furniture removal. Deep cleaning. Weekly, Biweekly, Monthly Services. References available upon request. 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HANDY BOBS POWER WASHINGHandy Bobs home repairs, power washing from top to bottom, interior/ exterior painting, leak repairs. Call for free estimate. 28 yrs experience.

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The Pelican 29 bw Continued from page 28 HELP WANTED STYLIST WITH FOLLOWING WANTEDPompano Beach shampoo person, Hairstylist with following. HANDY BOBS CAR WASHINGHandy Bobs home repairs, power washing from top to bottom, interior/ exterior painting., leak repairs. Call for free estimate. 28 yrs experience. Licensed and Insured. 954-600-7243 RUMMAGE SALE Black Friday, November 23, at the St. Nicholas Episcopal Church in Pompano Beach. The sale will open at 8 a.m. and close at 2 p.m. Great low prices on clothing for all members of the family, books, toys, handbags, Christmas items, home accessories, furniture, art work and much Blount Rd, Pompano Beach and the St. Nicholas Episcopal Churchs Holy Grill hungry and the homeless. YARD SALE to choose from. SupportN.E. Focal Point offers weekly Caregiver Support Groups. Wed. at 10 a.m. and Thurs. at 4:30 p.m. The Center conducts the caregiver training and support group for individuals caring for people with Alzheimers disease, memory impairments, dementia, and cognitive limitations. Call 954-480-4463.ClassesLine dancing at the Beach Community Center by Galt Ocean. A fun exercise for both the mind and the body. Wednesdays from 6 8 pm. Beginners Welcome! 781.812.5878 for details. Yoga All-Inclusive Yoga program. Special populations in mind but open to all to enjoy. For more information, please call 954-480-4494 or email Kenny Lawrence at klawrence@deerfield-beach.com. Constitution Park, 2841 W. Hillsboro New Art Class at Herb Skolnick Center. Instructor Pat Anderson, Introductory Class September 17 at 2 4 pm. FREE! For more information call 954-786-4590. Dancing By The Sea November to May Lauderdale By The Sea 2nd & 4th Sundays November through May 2019 5 -7 pm. Instructor Danny Carter. Swing, Salsa, Tango and Ballroom dance. Great fun for all ages. Call 954-640-4225. Board gamesPlay Pinochle Mon from 6 to 9 p.m. at Emma Lou Olson Civic Center, 1801 NE 6 St., Pompano Beach. Call 954-554-9321. Play Bridge Bridge Games. New Season night games $7. Monday 7 p.m. Friday 7p.m. Pompano Bridge Club, 180 SW 6 St., 954-943-8148. Pompanobridge.com. Play Bridge & Mahjong Fridays at 10 a.m. Jarvis Hall, 4501 N. Ocean Drive., Lauderdale-By-The-Sea. Call 954-6404225. Scrabble Free. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Emma Lou Olson Civic Center. 954-786-4111. Bingo St. Nicholas Episcopal Church, 1111 E. Sample Rd., Pompano Beach. Thursdays 1 to 4 p.m. and Sundays 2 to 5 p.m. Call 954-942-5887. Bingo every Tuesday night at 7 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary Unit 142, 171 SW 2nd Street, Pompano Beach. p.m. 954-942-2448. Bingo Tuesdays at St. Martin Episcopal Church at 11:30 a.m. 140 SE 28th Ave, Pompano Beach. Call 954-941-4843. Knitting and crocheting instruction at 1 p.m. at Temple Sholom, 132 SE 11 Ave., Pompano Beach. All levels invited. Call 954-942-6410. Water Fitness Pompano Beach Aquatics Center. M/W/F at 9 and 11 a.m. All levels. Evening Classes T/Th at 6:30 p.m. Cost $3 per class. Call 954-786-4128. 9:30 -11:30 a.m. at McNab Park, 2250 E. Atlantic Blvd. Call 954-786-4111. Pompano Beach Local chefs and former NFL players will team up to create Dolphins vs. Packers game on Nov. 11 and three nights of concerts. The performers are American country singer Vince Barenaked Ladies and rock band Daughtry. The tailgate experience will feature DRAFT [Dynamic kitchen on wheels, DRAFT has a custom keg system with 12 format displays and two Sony home theater systems. All of the proceeds will be donated to Broward College for Vets get free toursHillsboro Beach Veterans and up to three family members will be given free tours of the Hillsboro Inlet Lighthouse on Sunday, Nov. 11. Seven shuttle boats will leave from Alsdorf Guests are welcome to pack picnic lunches and beach chairs

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30 The Pelican color Fishing report The ladys are backThat little cold front that we had pushed the mullet and ladyfish down south to our area. Ladyfish are so fun to catch on light tackle because they jump all over the place. All you need is a spinning rod and a super small jig. These fish school up on the beaches and in the canals. They are not great eating but they put on one heck of a show. At the shop we rig them for marlin and the swordfish cant resist them. If the weather is too rough in the ocean, give the ladies a try! Tight lines, RJ Boyle Deerfield Beach Deerfield Beach High School senior Cassidy Schuck has joined The Pelican news team as an intern covering sports and other high school events. Schuck is the sports editor official school photographer. A resident of Coconut Creek, she is in the Communication Broadcast her school and hopes to continue her education in Florida studying forensic science, with a minor in communications/journalism/ photography.Cassidy Schuck joins news team as an intern covering sports Cassidy SchuckAt school, I am currently the sports editor for the yearbook and the schools head photographer. I am currently part of the National Technical Honor Society and a few other clubs at my school. I used to play basketball for the school, but have been more focused on getting a job to help my dad out and trying to make connections and stand out from other students when trying to get into college. I have even started my own photography business on the side and take pictures of and for people in and around my community. She can be reached at cshuck.photography@gmail. com.Fort Lauderdale

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32 The Pelican color veal or meatball Parmigiana will warm the soul while capicola, salami, ham and provolone make for a tasty Italian hoagie. Delectable paninis, such as the fried chicken cutlet, the gourmet veggie, the saltimbocca with prosciutto or the caprese with tomatoes options. We use only Boars Head meats for our sandwiches, Perdue chicken for our entres and Grande cheese for our in offering nothing but the highest quality ingredients to our customers, say and Joey Darmetta. But the true stars of the Zuccarelli menu can be found in the pasta, chicken, seafood and veal entre selections. One can enjoy spaghetti with a plethora of sauces marinara, garlic and oil, meat, sausage and mushroom to name but a few. Linguini a la Vongole, chicken and spinach lasagna, rollatini and stuffed shells just about complete the authentic Italian pasta tableau. Our penne a la vodka is also outstanding, adds Demeglia with a knowing smile. Veal and chicken can be enjoyed in a variety of traditional preparations. Lemony butter Francese mushrooms, Scarpariella with sausage, classic Cacciatore and Piccata with white wine and capers are some of the more popular recipes. Of note is the Chicken Ascoliana with fresh spinach covered in light marinara and a homemade tomato sauce, this gargantuan dish of plump Zuccarelli Continued from page 14 A Zuccarelli signature dish, the Zuppa De Pesce features a wealth of shrimp, The jumbo shrimp scampi over al dente linguini is a customer favorite. See ZUCCARELLI on page 33

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The Pelican 33 Subscribe to the Newspaper Call 954-783-8700 color chicken breasts will satisfy the hungry as well as the picky. We have customers that order from us six times a week, says Demeglia. We are grateful for all the wonderful support we have received from the community over the last nine years. The seafood options are equally plentiful and flavorful. A customer favorite is the classic Zuppa de Pesce a colossal plate of al dente linguini covered with steaming hot jumbo shrimp, mussels, clams, octopus and calamari in a rich marinara sauce. Other maritime options include the broiled filet of sole, the shrimp Fra Diavolo or scampi, the snapper clam. Of course, we also make time pie specialist who is prowess. Our house special and the meat lovers are the most requested. Plus, we also provide free delivery. In addition, Zuccarelli offers creative daily specials and lunch combos, extensive catering service, great outdoor seating, plenty of free parking The remarkably large entres are priced between Be sure to try one of the as mocha fudge cake, cannoli, cheesecake or tiramisu. Buon appetito! Malcolm McClintock holds an MBA and has lived in Thailand, Spain, France, Mexico, Canada and the US where he has developed a deep appreciation for world gastronomy. Zuccarelli Continued from page 32 WriterContinued from page 27 on a memoir of a friend who is himself a fine writer but needs her help editing and then bringing the book to market. Thats all part of her latest venture, She also acts as a writing coach, helps the author find an agent and/or navigate the Fishmans memoir, she used Deerfield Beach publishers, Leos three sons paid for his life to be put between hard covers. It was distributed it at his 100th birthday party held th St. Fisheries in Fort Lauderdale in February. It was not inexpensive. What better gift can you give your family? These older generations are reluctant to talk about themselves. They dont think theyve done anything special. But they times . and those stories should be told. Leo Fishman, wrote his memoirs and distributed the book at his 100th birthday party held earlier this year.

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34 The Pelican color By Judy Wilson PELICAN STAFF Deerfield Beach A young artist inspired by Floridas vivid landscape and coastal waters is this years winner of the Festival of the Arts [FOA] poster contest. Her painting was used as the events poster. A resident of Lantana, said as a kid she always loved drawing, but it was not until she moved south eight years ago that she took painting seriously. A diver and found her muse in the ocean. Now she paints on many Artists vivid seascape wins Festival of the Arts contest at the Sunrise Civic Center Gallery and can now be viewed at Nodoso Gallery Ave. To the right is her winning poster. [Courtesy] skateboards, surfboards, martini glasses. She is also developing a line of shirts. Bold colors are her signature. She also teaches at unusual breweries where aspiring artists learn the craft. She calls her classes Paint and Pint. Her work also decorates area bars and restaurants. submission in the FOA poster contest. She was encouraged to enter by her friend and last years winner, muralist Tiffany Baesi. She will be at FOA to sign copies of her poster, which will be held Saturday, Lot, 149 SE 21 Ave. The posters can be purchased of her work can be seen at dreamincolorartfl.com. degree in fine art from Coastal Carolina University.

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The Pelican 35 color And why not? Bogle recorded four sacks and intercepted a pass to lead host Stranahan in a District Already having secured home field advantage in the first round of the upcoming methodically went to work on GibbonsContinued from page 12 another perfect game going five for five on extra point attempts. Last week he went School. Because of our name, teams want to knock us off. We make sure we stay focused and stay disciplined and said. Everything that we messed up on in the game, we week, so we can come into the playoffs strong. BucksContinued from page 12 lead. touchdown passes during the first half to Dimon Stewart, Troy Stellato, and Jake yards and one interception. Stellato led all receivers with four catches for 41 yards and Vincent Davis was the yards on seven carries and a touchdown to cap the scoring in the first half. After starting kicker Daton his extra point kicks in the first half, reserve Thomas field goal in the second half third quarter lead before giving up a Stranahan consolation touchdown. Chad Tiernan was the other standout for the Chiefs, blocking a punt that lead to a score. The Chiefs defense had five takeaways off five interceptions by Derek Atwaters, Bogle, Ty Jones and Bogle led the defense with six total tackles. Atwaters and freshman Deshawn Willougby each contributed four tackles. The Chiefs will close out their season at undefeated district matchup. Piper 0.

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