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Title: Island times
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Place of Publication: Gulf Breeze, Fla.
Publication Date: February 11, 2009
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Sa ry martini byKathiLewis


LaFitte Rolls

On The Beach


"We need a bigger boatP"
Do y'all remember that Ime
from the original Jaws movie?
That's the feeling I had at the Nauga
Breakfast Even "standing room
only" was indeed standing room
only That's the most Naugas I've
ever seen
God Bless our new Queen,
TommyGricel His patience had fi-
nally been rewarded and he cer-
tainly makes an outstanding
Queen (Wendy, my friend and
consort to the Queen, it's going to
be a long year) Big and many,
many thanks to Tommy for his out-
standing presentation called
"Mardi Gras thru the Years" being
shown at several events this year
What wonderful and unforgettable
memories it brings back But re-
cording all for posterity and mak-
ing us look beautiful is just part of
what Tommy contributes to Para-
dise He has also entertained us
tremendously throughout the
years and we won't even talk about
that watermelon thimgle Suffice
to say, there's never a dull moment
when Tommy's around I can't ex-
press enough appreciation and
gratitude for the beautiful photo-
graphs of friends no longer with
us and yet, somehow still sharing
it all
"Nasty" John Thomas has
certainly been taking good care of
the SOBs this year and we are most
grateful We don't know how he
does it, but he's Johnny-on-the-
spot Keep up the good work, my
friend
Thanks to Nasty, I was able to
go to the Tiara Party hosted by
Krewe of Wrecks Queen Claire
Marcey This fabulous tradition
was established in 1999 when I
served as Krewe of Wrecks Queen
The idea came from Paulette Pro-
vost Its dubious beginning con-
sisted of meeting at Bobby D's,
wearing tiaras and just basically
proclaiming our "Queenlmess" to
anyone within earshot and having
a blast We feel that everyone
should wear a tiara for at least one
day We defined it as a day for
past, present and future Queens


There was definitely a lot of
smiling at the Krewe of Brewe
Beach Babe Contest followed by
the Junkanoo's newly created Is-
land Man Contest Ijust love the
Sandshaker's new set-up There's
a lot more space (and people) with-
out losing the wonderful outside
decks And then there's Cathy
"Brat" Haggensick's marvelous
food right next door just when
you need it
We all need sustenance be-
cause it's not over yetl Don't for-
get the Krewe of Warriors Ball on
Friday the 13th followed by the
Krewe of Wrecks Ball on Saturday,
February 14
You may be as surprised as I
was to find that one of our readers
actually expects a real recipe in
each issue Who knew? My dear
friend and loyal reader, Ted Pence
from Iowa (and consort to Queen
ofBling Ella Hess) expressed some
disappointment innot finding a real
recipe inthe last edition Well, Ted
sometimes itjust depends onyour
definition of real But no matter,
my sweet friend, keep reading


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1 med can sweet dark cherries
1 Cup maraschino cherries
1 banana, diced
1 Cup brown sugar
2Tbsp cornstarch
1 Tbsp curry powder
1 Cup melted butter
bread crumbs

Combine sugar, cornstarch and
curry powder Drain all fruit and
mix with banana Add melted
butter to fruit mixture, while also
adding powder mixture Toss
and place in lightly buttered
casserole dish Sprinkle top
with breadcrumbs and bake at
350 degrees for 30-40 minutes
Fresh seasonal fruit can also be
used with a little extra brown
sugar
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This is the first time LaFite will
parade on the Beach, but their night
parade has been a cornerstone of
Mardi Gras in Pensacola for de-
cades
The Krewe of Lafitte's annual
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will start comer of Spring and Gar-
den Streets and follow the tradi-
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In addition to the Krewe of
Lafitte's illuminated Pirate Ships,
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marchingunits Allwill haveplenty
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Everyone is invited to join the
greatest Pirate of them all, Jean
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I t s
Honor Roll
Time
Pensacola
Beach resi-
dents and former Beach School
students who earned high marks
during the second nine week
grading period at Gulf Breeze
High School are Lauren
McDonald, AJ Anastopoulo,
Michelle Albert, Oman Kali
Baines, Bradley Foley, George
Welsnicht, Marc Sessa, Elle
Wade, Jennifer Dolfie,
Constantine Anastopoulo,
Shelby Hobbs, Cassandra Lane,
Bailey Rinke, Travis Gill, John
Baldwin, Michelle Moraes,
Nicole Sakry and Clara Wheeler
Scouting News
Jamle Seabrooke, a fifth
grade student at Pensacola
Beach Elementary School, re-
ceived the Arrow of Light Award,
which is Cub Scouting's highest
award on January 20 Jamle is a
member of Cub Scout Pack 102
in Gulf Breeze
Just Ten Dollars
The Santa Rosa County
Take Stock in Children provides
college scholarships as part of
their mentoring program Their
ranks have grown from 19 stu-
dents to 113 students this year
This large participation has left
them $30,000 shy of their mon-
etary goal They are asking for
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able to Santa Rosa Education
Foundation Please mail your
check to Take Stock in Children,
5086 Canal Street, Milton, FL
32570 and make a notation that
your donation is for the Scholar-
ship Fund
Italian Delight
The Gulf Breeze Prebyterlan
Church gym will be transformed
into an Italian rstorante complete
with candlelight as part of Boy
Scout Troop 11's Spaghetti Din-
ner Friday, February 13 The $10
meal will be served from 5 30 to
7 30 Tickets are available at the
door or by calling 850-380-7887
BBB Offers Scholarships
Beach resident Mike Cook
encourages high school students
to apply for Your Better Business
Bureau Foundation of North-
west Florida 2009 Student Eth-
ics Scholarship
The Student Ethics Scholar-
ship Award is given to college-
bound students within the BBB
Northwest Florida service area
who demonstrate overall per-
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havior The application deadline
is March 27 For entry forms
and guidelines visit
www nwfl bbb org/TorchAward
President's Day Holiday
Students at Pensacola Beach
Elementary School will celebrate
President's Day with a day off
from school on Monday, Febru-
ary 16 Classes resume at 8am on
Tuesday, February 17


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Tiki Island Golf and Games No charge to parade.
Decorate your stroller or wagon and join the fun. Bring your beads. L
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Pensacola Beach Red Hatters never miss a chance to celebrate.
Chapter members who gathered at Paddy O'Leary's January 21 to
wish Anne Vinson a happy birthday are: (L to R) Wendy Brandon, Bobbi
Cunningham (seated), Barb Hill, Barbara Lanton, and Anne Vinson.







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Ever notice how many of us
like to rub elbows with the "rich
and famous?" Perhaps it is be-
cause we would like to live their
lifestyle. Perhaps it is because we
feel we could bejust like them if we
had been fortunate enough to have
had a few breaks at just the right
times. Whatever the reason may be,
we tend to gravitate toward those
who have really made it.
I doubt if many of us aspire to
be a king or queen, but there is


something about royalty that at-
tracts many of us. Next week, we
will have the opportunity to see
King Carlos and Queen Sophia of
Spain. They will be in our area to
help celebrate the 450th anniver-
sary of the founding of Pensacola,
and will attend a ceremony at the
TT Wentworth Museum.
All are welcome to see the roy-
alty at that event on February 19 at
11 a.m. We won't have the oppor-
tunity to shake their hands, but


B) Dr. Chuck Randle
Pastor
Pensacola Beach Community Church

perhaps we will get a good glimpse
of them as they bestow their bless-
ings on Pensacola. At the very
least, we will be able to say that we
had the privilege of having the
King and Queen visit Escambia
County, a place so rich with Span-
ish history.
And after they leave, we will
go back to our responsibilities with
added enthusiasm because we
have been in touch with a signifi-
cant part of our history.



Ash

Wednesday

Services


Pensacola Beach
Community Church

Wednesday, February 25
6:30 p.m.

Communion
Ashes Ceremony


What is your vision for the
Core Area of Pensacola Beach?
The Santa Rosa Island Author-
ity would like to know. A Public
Workshop will be held, Wednes-
day, March 18 from 6 to 9 p.m. at
the Pensacola Beach Community
Church located at the corner of
Via de Luna and Avenida 18 to
gather public input.
The Escambia County Board
of County Commissioners has
conceptually approved a one
dollar increase in the bridge toll,
but has requested that the SRIA
develop a plan for the Core Area


improvements and redevelop-
ment. Currently, there are a num-
ber of conceptual plans before
the SRIA board.
The general public is invited
to attend. Pensacola Beach
stakeholders are encouraged to
be present.
"I would encourage every-
one to attend this workshop,"
said Jim Cox, Pensacola Beach
Advocates president said. "Your
input is critical to the future of
the Beach."
Baskerville-Donovan engi-
neers will serve as facilitators.


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Take Two Apples

andcall me in the morning...
The doctor is in and she's hip, too!
ByTracey Pinkston, J.D., MD.


It is time for Mardi Gras and thing ina society where obesity is
Valentie'sDay--timeforfood, fiu the latest epidemic" Also, the
anddebaucherymostlyofasome- body does see it the same way
what avlhzednture It'sthetime as regular sugar because it is not
for King Cakes and for anyheart the sametlngand cancauseprob-
shaped confection, particularly if lemsallts own. Btthatis asoap-
covered in chocolate Onthe boxforadifferentdayl
Beach, we are neanngthe end ofa Some people, in an effort to
6 month party season that started reduce their sugar burden, try to
with Halloween and will ends at fool their sweet tooth by eatng
Eastertime Don'tbediscouraged- thlngsthataresweetwthouthav-
-IhenbegmstheSummerpartysea- ing calories Does that work7
sonl This6monthpartoftheyear Unfortunately, there is growing
seems tobe the time formidulgng evidence that artificial low- and
the sweet tooth Then comes that no-calone sweeteners, may be
fearful time just before Spring contributing to the epidemic of
Break when the dreaded question obesity and diabetes mAmerica
of"how will I look in my swim Artificial sweeteners try to fool
suit rearstsuglyhead Yikesl thebodybyprovidngsweetness
Some estimates place annual but without calories, however,
sugar consumpton at approxi- thejoke's onusbecausewhenwe
mately 135 pounds per person m consume these artificial sweeten-
the US That equates to 27 five ers, our bodies believe there will
pound bags ofsugarperyearora be calories associated with the
httlemorethanonefivepotudbag sweetness Since there are no
of sugar every two weeks Holy calories, the body's response
Bikn,Balmanl seems to be to slow metabolism
Notme,youmaysayNoway- and hold onto calories more
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ofsugar on my shelfthat I bought latedto insulinrelease, resulting
last December Well, it's not ust in a vicious metabolic circle in
the direct sugar you use at home which insulin is being released
that's problem There are also but unable to be used Over a
loads of hidden sugars being penod oftime, this seems tore-
stuffed into just about every food suit in insulin resistance and
productunagnable,mcludmgfruit weight gain which may ulti-
juice, yogurt, bread, and other mately result in diabetes
things thatreally shouldn'tneed to Astudydone withrats showed
have sugar put into them thatthey ate more food and gamed
Some ofths "sugar"isn form more weight after eatng no-calo-
that may be even more harmful ne arficial sweeteners than rats
thanregulartable sugar Into that who ate sugar Rats who ate the
categorylplacethe dreaded "igh sugarwilh nghercalonesendedup
fructose corn syrup" a chemically
modified sugar made from corn Stressed? On Overwhe
These modified sugars are found
everywhere In fact, ts sometimes Feelng ceneredandba
difficult to find certain types of it is a necessity o
foodproducts lhatdon'thavehg Acupuncture,
fructose corn syrup addedto them
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people (whoever they are) have Bun
started advertisingthattheir prod-
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ask,"Is that supposed to be a good


not gaining as much weight as the
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Therats eatngthe artfical sweet-
eners also loweredtheirmetabohc
rate to hold onto more clones,
bum fewer clones, and increase
their weight evenmore
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Circulaton published a study
that showed drinking one soda
per day, whether regular or
sugar-free, resulted a 50% m-
crease risk of metabolic syn-
drome, which includes obesity,
elevated cholesterol, elevated
blood sugar, and a high risk of
heart attackand stroke
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Greeks had it right thousands of
years ago--everything mmodera-
ton Be cautious of your diet
Eat foods as close to nature as
possible and avoid foods that are
manmade or contain processed
ingredients The more process-
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consumption to a low level and
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Febmary11, 2009
Go Irish on the Island Honors St. Paddy
It will be easy to "go green" ebrate a bithdayminMarch wil get
this year whentheGo Inshonthe thefirstdnnkfree TheStPaddy's
Islandcelebratonbnngs five day Day Pub Crawl wll be the hgh-
party to Pensacola Beach, begin- light of the final day, March 17
nngonFndaytheThrteenthNot This year, additionally, the wee
to worry about old superstitions leprechauns will have a party at
The luck of the Insh will al- Til Island Golf and Games on St
ways be with you Patrick's Day after school
Some changesandnewevents So, laddies and colleen, get
have beenaddedmthe St Paddys out your green and we'll see you
Day Pub Crawlthis year weann' t on Pensacola Beach on
Slurley Blake, widow of the St Paddys long weekend
Pub Crawl founder, PaddyBlake, 10:00 Sidelines
just does not feel qte up to run 10:45 TheBreak
11:30 Paddy O'Leary's
nngthe show as she has since her 12:15 The Islander
husband passed away, but she 1:oo Paradise Barand Gill
wantedthePub Crawl to retan all 1:45 Crab's We Got'Em
it flamboyant activity It will do 2:30 TheDock
that, andmore 3:15 Flounder's
4:00 Bamboo Willie's
Members of the Pensacola 4:45 Bimini Beach Bar
Beach Chamber ofCommerce wll 5:30 SabineSandbar
be the new leprechauns in charge 6:15 Sandshaker
And it wont be that much differ-
ent since the same bars andrestau-
rants are all Chamber members
"We want thins popular event
to go on and on," Jeff Elbert,
Chamberpresident said "Weknow HAIR
we can never replace the Society DESIGN
of Leprechauns, but we are taking
up wheretheyleftoffand willnot
let the falhful Insh of this com-
mumnty down"
One ofthe Beach's laugh pro-
file Irishmen, Seamas Hunt of
Paddy OLeary's is coordinating Q()
the Crawl There are adozenpubs
on the route this year and it will
take from 10 am to 615 pm to
complete the Crawl You candrop
inandout,take break, take anap,
goto work, whateverand still have
timetogetbackmthelme-up any- I
where along the trail
The event will begin on Fn-
day,March13 wthRenee'sBirth-
dayBashatParadiseBarand ill
Anybody lucky enough to cel-


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PArI- 11


reading' the water

by Saltwater Rick


With cold air
from the north keeping the Pom-
pano out offshore, I've only had a
few reports of catches from the
beach in the last two weeks.
Bridge action is hot though
with Sheepshead all over the
bridge structures. Small crabs that
can be rounded up in the rocks at
the foot ofthe Beach bridge are the
top bait and with a circle hook and
a little patience a tasty dinner is just
a fillet away.
Sightings from "Elvis" Presley
of slot sized Redfish are a daily
happening in the shallows of the
Gulfinside of the second sandbar.
Trace Lewis and Fran Cox


took a ride to the Pass in Trace's
Skiff, but, tales of a nice sunset
were all that came back this time.
Mywife Janie andI went out there
on the same evening and had the
same luck, but it was one
"speck"tacular ride and the Dol-
phin were everywhere filling their
tanks wth Mullet. We just stopped
in the middle ofthem and let them
do their thing as we watched and
wondered what it would be like to
be so free.
It's time to start booking your
trip out for Cobia season, when that
Gulf water hits 62 degrees, we are
on! Life is happening, so do your-
self a favor and Go Fishing!


Get Dialed In On Historic Fort Info


Historylessons andimportant
park information about the Gulf
Islands National Seashore are
available through the Dial and Dis-
cover program. Cutting edge tech-
nology allows park visitors to step
back in time at Fort Pickens or
learn more about Fort Barrancas.
Dial and Discover was initi-
ated so visitors in different park
areas can use their cell phones for
up to the minute information. By
calling 850-677-1089 and pressing
a corresponding number for addi-
tional information, visitors will
have access to pre-recorded mes-
sages. The following numbers are
available: #1 Fort Pickens,#2 Bird
Nesting, #3 Fort Pickens Road, #4
Fort Pickens Campground, #5
Santa Rosa Road, #6 Fort Barran-
cas and #7 Perdido KeyArea.
Cell phone audio stops are
designated with numbered signs

Core Area Development
Public Workshop
All are welcome

Wednesday, March 18
6to 9p.m.
Pensacola Beach Church
Bring your ideas!


within Fort Pickens. Visitors can
dial and receive enrichment and
additional information about the
historic area or monument at that
marker.
There is also an optionto give
feedback on the service by press-
ing *0.
Vehicular access to Fort
Pickens has been closed since Hur-
ricane Ivan. Visitors may hike,
come by boat or ride in the com-
mercial shuttle. The road leading
to the Fort is scheduled to open in
Spring 2009.
For additional information
about Seashore projects and pro-
grams contact the Naval Live Oaks
Visitor Center at 850-934-2600 or
visit the website at www.nps.gov/
guis.


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Pensacola Beach Optimik t Club members belong to on international organization
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following programs and organizations on Pensacola Beach and in Northwest Florida


LIVIN' THE HIGH LIFE The Miller High Life Delivery Squad comprised of
Louisiana native Bobby Meador, left, and Krewe of Wrecks King Vern Phillips
arrived at the Nauga Breakfast January 31 with cases of beer to giveaway.
Upon receipt of the clear glass "champagne of beers" partiers were sur-
prised to find bottles filled with Mardi Gras beads. How did they do that?


Pensacola Beach Elementary School
Childhood Cancer Research
PBES Just Say NO! Poster Contest
Kelli Noel Stewart Dance Scholarship
Favor House of Pensacola
Santa Rosa Educational Foundation


GBHS Science Olympiad
GBHS DARE Program
GBHS Project Graduation
Santa Rosa Kid's House
Manna Food Bank
Sacred Heart Foundation The Children Fund


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Fresh Gulf seafood charbroiled over flaming
hardwood fires

STOYSTERS!
We sell so many, you know they're fresh!

'Floundering at its best"
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SSTSHRIMP!
Gulf shrimp served scampi style, barbecued,
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CRAB & SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES -
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Living Reef Aquarium Bar Outdoor Gulfside Deck


Best Sunday Brunch!
Crab Cakes Benedict,
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Champagne & Bloody Marys,
Live Steel Band
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Open 7 days a week
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We got em


Alaskan Snow
Dungeness
King Crab
She Crab Soup
Maryland Crab Cakes

Look for the RED ROOF at the
traffic light on Pensacola Beach


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