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Island Times Volume VIII, Number 5 Pensacola Beach, Florida June 26, 2012 Island for cool fun. The Red, White and Blue Crew at Surf Burger shares a light-hearted moment while preparing for the spectacular Fourth of July on turn to page 2 for more details. Summer Sizzles Fourth of July Fireworks Light Up Night Skies
PAGE 2 Island Times June 26, 2012 Published every other Tuesday SHELLEY W. JOHNSON, PUBLISHER firstname.lastname@example.org www.MyIslandTimes.comNo portion of this publication may be reproduced without the consent of the publisher. Island Times Beach Celebrates Summer, Dazzling Fireworks Set For Fourth The Pyrotecnico Company launched this assortment of star shells during the 2011 Fourth of July Fireworks Extravaganza on Pensacola Beach. Gulf Front Leaseholders May Qualify For Spill MoniesIf you are a leaseholder Coastal Real Property Claims Is Everyone Eligible for These Awards? Mail the Claim Form and Documents?
Island Times PAGE 3Forever ...Barefoot on the BeachAs a tribute to Jane Waters who passed away January 10, Island Times will continue to run some of Janes favorite columns for your enjoyment June 26, 2012 Our latitude will change your attitude Lunch Specials MonFri 11-2 Dinner Specials NightlyCATCH IT ALL! Oysters Fresh Gulf SeafoodOPEN EVERYDAY Waterfront Dining Live Music Gift Shop Kids Playground#2 Via de Luna 934-3660Sports in Hi Def40 TVs 8 Big Screens 934-3660 WINGS45Every Thursdayc Monday Cajun Nite Tuesday Surf and Turf Wed Mexican Madness Specials Tues: of Wine Wed: Specials Thurs: Specials Tuesday Surf and Turf Tuesday Surf and Turf Wed Mexican Madness Wed Mexican Madness All Sports Always On For unexpected emergencies, our experienced ER team is on duty 24 hours per day. Gulf Breeze Hospital is just minutes from the beach, downtown Pensacola and Navarre. EXP ER T CAREP ER SONALIZED S ER VICEGULF BREEZE HOSPITAL PROUD TO BE A 100 TOP HOSPITALS WINNER 850.934.2000 GulfBreezeHospital.org The Islander Newspaper July 12, 1983 I have never met a man named Jane. If there is a man named Jane lurking out there in the world, I wish he would let us know, so we can run his picture in The Islander And this leads me to newspaper editing a job which entails great landslides of mail. Lately, the avalanche has included a number of resumes from people who would like to work for this little island publication. And now, once again, I am running into that kind of careless chauvinistic reference a red bandana in my Taurean face. Most of these letters begin, Jane Waters, Editor, The Islander Dear MR. Waters,. Now, how many guys named JANE do you know? Last week, the real topper arrived, addressed to Jane Warealize you are a busy man, but could you take time to look at No, but I should take time to write and tell you there are, here and there, scattered about in cities and hamlets and islands and mountain tops some women who edit newspapers, do television news and sportscasting, are disc jockeys, bartenders, doctors, lawyers, merchants and chiefs. One even grew up to be an astronaut! A year ago, when I went license, I gave the clerk a check. She looked it over and asked, Do you and Mr. Waters own The Islander ? There is no Mr. Waters. I own The Islander , I answered. She, still turning the check around in her hands, said, Oh, you and Mr. Waters started it and now you are running it. She said this in a hushed voice, implying that I had inherited the newspaper. Sometimes, libbers lose, I muttered as I walked to the desk to pick up my tag. I can remember working in newspaper offices where women were the Society editors and secretaries. Period! I was a Society editor of a small town daily myself, but now and then sneak it right past the grizzled editor, and it would appear, but I never got a byline unless I did a saccharin description of a tea party. Women who have secured responsible positions in the media have been true icebreakers. A pioneer libber in the newspaper business was a professor of mine. Her name was Mary Paxton Keely, and she was the first woman graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism. Somehow, she stormed the all-male bastion of Missouris journalism school and she went to work as a reporter for the Kansas City Star not the secretary, janitor or Society editor, but a real, genuine reporter! And, she paid a horrendous price. During her retirement years when she decided to teach journalism, she was still doing what she had always had to do to make her way in newspapering. Her hair was cut short like a mans hair used to be. She wore severely tailored suits and low heeled shoes. She peered at her students through enormous horn-rimmed glasses. She was a familiar, but somewhat ludicrous character as she pedaled her bicycle around the streets in Columbia, often wearing a bright orange raincoat and hat. All this from a woman who had enrolled at the University wearing the soft feminine fashions of her day. If she was to succeed in a mans world, she soon found it would be easier if she imitated the male journalist. All women in the media owe a lot the Mary Paxton Keelys who preceded us. By the time I arrived at the journalism school, there were almost as many girls as boys aiming at careers in journalism. And yet, the ancient myth still surfaces now and then. And, that is the reason that letters to the Editor always seem to begin, Dear Mister, even if the editors name is JANE Guess who is expecting? FIND OUT IN THE NEXT EDITION OF ISLAND TIMES...
PAGE 4 Island Times June 26, 2012 T?? ? ??? ? ? ? ? ? ?rivia?? ????? ? ? ??? ? PEOPLE STAY & PLAY Waterfront Florida Retro Inn paradisebar-grill.com paradiseinn-pb.com Bar/Grill: 850-916-5087 The Inn: 850-932-2319 Come as you are Bike, boat or car Full Service Bar Live MusicSeafood to snacks Waterfront Stage Swim & Sun Soundfront beach Youll LOVE our LIVE entertainment Waterfront Stage rent kayaks & paddleboards Fourth of July Fireworks 9 PM Tue, June 26 Wade Baker Blues Trio Sat, June 30 Loaded Goat Sun, July 1 Yo Momma Big Fat Booty Band Tues, July 3 Bryan Lee Wed, July 4 John Hart & Fatty Waters Fri, July 6 Sun Dogs Sat, July 7 Wagon Sun & Mon July 8-9 30 x 90 Tues, July 10 The Nace Brothers Best Beach Bar AWARDS CEREMONY July 1 st Noah Allen is a surfer. His little brother Finn is one, too. They entered the Rip My Shred Stick Tour, along with six dozen other pint sized contestants, June 12. The surf was just the right size for these young guys and gals. Noah brought home a fourth place prize. Parents Stephenie and Clark were very pleased. Tiki Terry McKamey has been hooked on Texas Hold Em 4444 Fun for years, but somelittle time for cards. Shes back to poker, chalking up two wins in a row at the Shakers Monday night games. Is she bushwacker powered or just lucky?BIRTHDAY WISHESHow do mermaids celebrate? Sharon Mattair, a Krewe of Nereids founding member, and owner of Studio 98 celebrated her birthday on June 14. You will have to ask her what she did for fun.Pensacola Beach Lifeguarding brothers Paul and Michael Valentine took on the challenging Death Race in Vermont during Fathers Day weekend. Michael lasted 22 hours and younger brother Paul made it 33 hours before exhaustion overtook them. young men are winners in our book. Look for them on the beach this summer, saving lives; and with a great story to tell.Catherine Kelson of Gulf Breeze is the newest skipper to join the ranks at the Pensacola Beach Yacht Club. The Beachs Terry and Karen Kreitzberg were accepted as returning members after a short absence. Readers will remember that Terry captained the familys sailboat, Sora, in a round the world two-year trip. Daughters Cassie and Mandy sailed parts of the trip as well.Chuck Steele better have his bags packed. Lynn Cieutat has big travel plans. They start rather locally with a trip from Mexico Beach to Pensacola Beach for Blue Angels. Then, shes shifting into high gear for an end of the year trip. She has plans be in Mexico when Quetzalcoatl (Kukulcan) returns on December 12. Congrats to Matt Drees who has been asked to attend Command Master Chief School. Matt is a First Sergeant in the Louisiana National Guard. He will complete most of his classes online, while continuing to serve his country. When not working he lives in Gulf Breeze with wife Dawn and daughter Macie. Emails jammed the Trivia Masters inbox, most of which were correct when they identified the wild shipboard party hosted so many years ago the Whammy Jammer cruise. Amy fastest, followed closely by Jayne Drees. Jayne admitted that she would have been left at the dock, since she was only 12-years-old in 1982. She still remembered the funny sounding name. The Trivia Master heard Luke who wrote, Oh wow, I Whammy Jammers. I am actually one of the original members! cruises were on The Silver Lady and the ten original members just invited ten of our best friends to party with us? I still have the original plastic cups from those early cruises, along with all the happy memories. Good answer, Jammer Jean. The esteemed Sandspur publisher Chuck Steele was out of steam arriving later than usual with his correct answer. The Knights of the Trivia Roundtable poured another mug of meade to celebrate an untarnished streak of correct answers. Sir Morrie, Lady Kim and Sir Offshore each remembered the Whammy Jammers, along with Big Bob Dority who has never be in-training or in a knight-in-adaze. Not sure. Kathie Jernigan sent two answers. Woefully, wrong. Her was scrubbed by her second answer, the Casino Cruise. She wrote, I remembered there was a time when you could board at the beach and have dinner and gamble, didn't last long. Better luck, next time, rookie. All this salty talk has the Trivia Master thinking about the beautiful, bronzed capable sailors who take the helm at the Pensacola Beach Yacht Clubs Race for the Roses. This is a two part question, so batten down the hatches and get ready to send a correct set of answers to this: Who is the founder of the Race for the Roses and what year was the inaugural event held? A special Island Times t-shirt to the person who navigates to correct answer to islandtimes@ bellsouth.net. Please put Trivia in the subject line. The answer must be accompanied by your name and phone number to be official. Deadline to answer is July 3. Good luck. Arthur Mark Skaggs, 53, of Gulf Breeze, passed away at home June cancer. Mark was born in California on June 30, 1958, but moved to Gulf Breeze in 1964. He graduated from Gulf Breeze High and went on to earn an Associates degree in electronola Junior College while working for Don Gilbert's Boat Company. He was employed at Kerr for many years, and later served aboard the Sarah B with Captain Ronnie Hogue. Mark also worked for the Utility Service Company. He will be remembered by his beach friends for his knack as an Saints football. He had a talent for sketch work, and designed the Krewe of Wrecks Mardi Gras doubloon. He also created the sand dollar pin for where he was a supporting member for 30 years. He enjoyed blues music and playing his harmonica with friends. Mark was preceded in death by his sister Cynthia, father Arthur, and brother Michael. A memorial service will be held Saturday, June 30 Beach Elks Lodge family and friends. Black and gold Saints attire, please. Arthur Mark Skaggs June 30, 1958 June 15, 2012Skaggs Memorial Set For June 30 Friends Say Farewell To TarshaFamily and friends will gather at Pensacola Beach Community Church, Saturday, July 8 at 3 p.m. for a Celebration of Life honoring Tarsha M. Bechtol, 40, who passed away June 12, 2012. A reception will follow immediately at the Fellowship Hall. Tarsha, who served as the Honorary Mayor of Pensacola Beach, was a well-known local radio personality and a Boogie, Inc. disc jockey. She, along with husband of ten years T. Bubba air waves at News Radio 1620. She is preceded in death by her mother, Diana Ramich-Halle and is survived by brothers Jeff and Joel, sister Heidi and her father Frank Ramich, two nieces and two nephews, all of Lisbon Falls, Maine. Tarsha will be remembered by her beach friends for her many talents which included fishing, and motorcycle riding. She was a member of the Pensacola Beach Community Church, Krewe of Bananimals and Krewe of Junkanoo. She will be interred in Lisbon Falls, Maine. Tarsha M. Bechtol June 2, 1972 June 12, 2012
PAGE 5 Island Times June 26, 2012 The doctor says Beach tourism is healthy. At the June 13 Santa Rosa Island Authority full board meeting, Dr. Rod Lewis of the Haas Center gave a preliminary report on the impact that Pensacola Beach tourism has on Escambia County. The total impact of Pensacola Beach on the regional economy is $261 million and it generates 2,600 jobs, reported Lewis. The recovery here was amazingly healthy from the oil spill as evidenced by the tourism bed tax collections and toll facility numbers. Lewis concluded that currently most visitors come to Pensacola Beach from the nearby drive markets. He stated that a focus to bring visitors from ington, DC, Chicago, Dallas, Atlanta and Charlotte would add to the tourism base. Those travelers spend more while on vacation and look for amenities such as upscale retail and beach based activities, according to his research. August 8 and will include onsite interview results gathered from the 2012 Blue Angels Airshow weekend. Beach Chamber President Maureen LaMar presented the Visitors Information Center report which again showed tourism to be rebounding on the Beach. increase in visitors during May 2012 as compared to May 2011, guests in our Center during May. Hoteliers are predicting a strong summer. were Louisiana, Florida, Texas, Georgia and Alabama with international visitors from Canada, Germany and England. The Santa Rosa Island Authority contracts with the Beach Chamber to manage the Visitors Center on their behalf. The Board approved a request by PSBLive to produce a live online video stream of the popular Tuesday night Bands on the Beach concert series, pending legal approval. The concerts, which draw 4,000 guests weekly, are hosted at the Gulfside Pavilion. This would be a professional production showcasing this event to a global audience, said Bill Brownell, owner. This is at no cost to the SRIA. Director of Developmental Services Paolo Ghio provided the Board with an update about the completion of the new Shaggys Bar and Grill, there are only two vacant commercial properties. One is the former Clarion property on Via de Luna which is zoned for a 50 unit commercial hotel. That property is currently for sale. The second is a property between Margaritaville and Holiday Inn Express which is to be developed as their waterpark in the future. There are a total of The Land Use Plan allows for 4,128 residential units, all of which are spoken for. There are island. Three new homes have been completed this year with another nine already permitted. Landscaping along Via de resident Margaret DeArmon who asked the board to consider the maintenance of plantings prior to spending leaseholders money. She chastised the board for not have a comprehensive plan for landscape and maintenance. She is willing to volunteer her time to help. I am recently retired, she said. If we need an Adopt-An-Island program, even if it means pulling sandspurs, I will do it. The future of the Via de Luna median landscaping plan is in Escambia Countys hands according to Baskerville-Donovan Engineer Mike Langston. The road belongs to Escambia County so we must wait for them to move forward, said Langston. The landscaping must accommodate the speed that the cars travel on Via de Luna. I hope this project can be completed this year. Langston also reported that designs for a parking lot at Avenida 14 and Via de Luna will be presented at the next meeting. Additionally, the report will include other areas where improvements can be made. Improvements to Pensacola Beach was the subject of a recent survey conducted by the Pensacola Beach Advocates. The interim results were compiled and presented to the Board by PBA sults of the survey, which asks respondents to rank the importance of Pensacola Beach Master Plan items, will be available this week. There are 13 items that respondents supported that are not being considered for funding, not even on the list of unfunded projects, said Cox. In my opinion, it is important that the SRIA budand the Master Plan outlines. After lengthy discussion, Board members shared differing reactions to the information. Board Chairman Dave Pavlock dont know what will happen with taxes. Our job is to see what we can do to make life better on the Beach for the businesses, residents and tourists. The board continued to discuss the survey results during their budget workshop which followed the meeting. The Santa Rosa Island Authority committees will meet on the SRIA boardroom. A special board meeting and budget workshop will follow. The meeting is open to the public. Doctor Declares Beach Tourism Healthy
PAGE 6 Island Times June 26, 2012 by Kathi Lewis peas, porridge & a dry martini Marias Fresh Seafood MarketTake a little bit of the Gulf Coast home! Fresh from the boats daily We can cold pack for travel or ship anywhere. rrrsGr rFrOstrsrMMr Mt 621 Cervantes Street Call for directions from the Beach 850-261-2462Owner Peggy Henshall is ready to keep you in stitches!www.CajunStitchery.com CajunStitchery@yahoo.comnames, logos, custom artsmall or large quantities native cafeowned & operated by friendly natives! Go Native Daily 7:30 AM to 3 PM Our sh tacos are the best! HATS Hiking & Backpacking Snow Ski Apparel Rock Climbing Gear, Ropes & Shoes Indoor Rock Climbing Wallwww.weatherfords.net HATS Mens and Womens Casual & Outdoor Clothing You know this Island is a Bawl has already been planned in your name! Its true. I met a family named Woolley at the Fourth Annual Wooly Booger Social Clubs Keep the Hurricanes Away This Season Bawl. No kidding. Daddy Woolley explained that he had been stationed here at NAS in the 1960s. His family has been coming back every year for vacation. They were thrilled to be smack dab in the middle of a Wooly Booger Bawl. They travelled all the way from Oklahoma and brought some real mid-country charm and gris-gris to help ward off hurricanes and tornados. Mike Woolley (I know its a slightly different spelling, but it still counts) and his family enjoyed their Bawl so much, they plan to return in late November to celebrate the Kiss the Hurricane Season GoodBye Bawl and perhaps have a family reunion. They promised to keep an eye out for a family named Booger. Queen Shugah Christine Hewerdine and her Royal Court of Past Shugah Queens managed to get the entire crowd at Paradise Bar & Grill onboard with blowing away all storms. Just face south, blow and believe. There was a tiny depression offshore, but it got really scared and quickly shot off to the west. There was a lot of hoo-doo dancing, gris gris southward. Since it was such a hot and crowded day, Wooly Booger Canine Deputy Dawg Rommel was given permission to maintain his post under a shade tree at home, so Mom Becky Shearman brought a beautiful picture to share. Paradise Manager Renee Mack sure knows how to pick em! Kenney Neal was an awesome band providing great entertainment. I believe everyone in that family sings and plays music. A very talented family. Can you believe they sang, Put on your red dress baby were going out tonight and I was wearing one? I know. Ive decided to do something different for my birthday this year. Well, actually I just returned from the annual June birthday trip to Biloxi. But I mean on my actual birthday day. I just realized that my granddaughter Sissy and I have never gone to see a movie together. After talking this over with her, we decided that we would attend the grand debut of Brave, because it opens on my birthday. Were gonna wear our real dress up clothes with make-up and high heels. We might even wear our fancy hats and gloves. Im sure thatll be Breeze Cineplex, too. I stopped at a produce stand on Highway 98 last week for some fresh tomatoes for sandwiches. I also found that they have yellowmeated watermelons! My Daddy used to grow these and I havent seen one since I was a child. I remembered that they had a lot less seeds than red watermelons back then and Daddy had a hard time course, I bought one. While this one had a lot more seeds (which were darker than I remember) it still tasted the same. These watermelons are a lot sweeter than the red ones; almost as sweet as honey. Thats the taste of childhood right there. Watermelons were standard fare for our 4th of July celebration not to mention everyday life. We would just go in the garden and pick out our own baby watermelon and crack it open on a rock. Thats some good eating! This weeks recipe is something for the little ones to help with and the big ones to enjoy. Its a deliciously cold summer dessert. It makes a beautiful red, white and blue dish for the 4th of July. Grown-ups can make the jello the day before and let the little ones cut the jello (with a plastic knife). Gives them something to do. Just set them up at a table with all the ingredients.. Ok, lets cook.Fruit Explosion 1 box strawberry jello 1 box blueberry jello Cool whip Fresh strawberries, sliced Fresh blueberriesMake jello according to directions on box. Prepare and chill thoroughly for 24 hours. Cut jello into squares and layer in adding fresh fruit and whipped cream. Continue layers until Chill. Enjoy and share. Have a safe and Happy 4th of July! See ya in the kitchen. 2012 Queen Shugah Christine, left, with 2009 Queen Shugah Kathi
Island TimesPAGE 7 June 26, 2012 A Glimpse of Heaven A Glimpse of Heaven By Father Paul Lambert St. Anns Catholic Parish 850-206-3156 Joe Stukey Computer Repair in Your Home www.ycpals.com email@example.com Jennifer Byrom, P.A. The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Toll Free: 877-889-8822 5177 Elmira Street Milton Facing the Courthouse916-9000 Sunday ServicesWorship by the Water, 9 AM Flounders Beach Gulf Breeze United Methodist Church www.gbumc.org Our Lady Catholic Church, 9:45 AM Avenida 18 /Via De Luna www.stanngulfbreeze.org Pensacola Beach Church, 10 AM Avenida 18 /Via de Luna thebeachchurch.com My dear readers, this will be the last installment of "A Glimpse of Heaven" from me, Fr. Paul Lambert. I have been appointed priest secretary for Bishop Gregory L. Parkes effective July 5. I have cherished this opportunity, afforded me by Shelley Johnson, to contribute to this great local source of the life and culture of Pensacola Beach. I want to leave you with a message of thanksgiving. During the formative years of our lives, we were taught to say "please" and "thank you." We are taught the necessity of be gracious towards others or else we might be seen as cold, or rude. However, this disposition of thankfulness provides us with something so much more. By being thankful we more fully receive from what we have received. We recognize that what we have been given is a gift. When we thank someone for ringing up our groceries, we thank them because for that short span of time, they shared a part of our lives. My upcoming assignment affords me the opportunity to see this graciousness played out in the most humble of ways. I have only just gotten to know and observe Bishop Parkes, but I can already see this great spirit of graciousness. When he looks at you, you know that for the entirety of that conversation you are the most important person in his life. I hope to learn this graciousness to truly encounter other people, not a means to an end, but a mystery to behold. When we can see through these eyes, we will truly get a glimpse of Heaven. God Bless. The Santa Rosa Island Authority Board looked for ways to get the most bang for the buck at their third Budget Workshop, June 13. The $8 million budget, which is still in a draft form, must be approved and ready to submit to the Escambia County Commissioners on June 28. In an effort to update a lingering list of 34 unfunded projects, the Board tasked Director of Developmental Services Paolo Ghio to prioritize the list. In his report, he rated each project against a set of three queries: (1) what gets used most often by the most people, (2) what can realistically be completed, and (3) if we did nothing to this item, and just let it deteriorate, how much would it cost to rebuild it? Based on the criteria, he presented the Board with a list of ten items, totaling $880,000. They are: elevate existing dune walkovers, resurface public parking, resurfacing streets, storm drainage, recreation park improvements, public restrooms at Quietwater, Sabine Channel dredging, sidewalk maintenance, water tower maintenance and Quietwater Amphitheatre improvements. We have an aging infrastructure, said Ghio. It needs to be maintained. I would not recommend new construction while having infrastructure falling apart around you. Ghio brought the multi-use path to the Boards attention noting that it is in the County right-of-way so funding could be requested from the County for that repair and improvement. The Board will continue to discuss the list of unfunded projects. Other items which were discussed: Rosa Island Authoritys charter requires the promotion of the island. The proposed budget has been amended to return the advertising allocation to $400,000, which matches the 1997 level of support. The Board also increased the stipend to the Pensacola Beach Chamber to $50,000 to target locals in off-season events. Renourishment: $100,000 to be added to other funding sources. Roads: Neighborhood or secondary streets on the Island which belong to the SRIA must be repaired. Vernon Prather requested that $140,000 be allocated this year, and that money be set aside annually for these projects. The Board applauded the dedication and performance of the SRIA employees. Board member Prather suggested that an analysis and evaluation of the differences in County and SRIA employee pay should be completed. will be Wednesday, June 27 following the conclusion of the SRIA Committee meetings in the boardroom. The Workshop is open to the public. Would you like to be on a songwriter? The promoters of the Pensacola Beach Songwriters time, an Adopt-A-Songwriter program. We are looking for locals who will open their homes to our talent said Reneda Cross, the festivals coordinator. It is a really cool experience for the host family and the visiting songwriter. I have seen lifelong friendships forged in programs like this. The program is set up for visiting songwriters, who will be performing on Pensacola Beach from October 2 through October 8, to stay with beach hosts or alternatively in an owners vacation home or condo. The host is asked to provide housing, but food is not necessary. All songwriters are pre-screened to participate in the program. In exchange for accommodations, Songwriters Festival organizers will give host families a pass to gain entry into the weekend events. As a thank you, we will make wristbands available to the hosts, said Cross. The wristbands allow entry into the listening rooms where the talent performs for select crowds. Songwriters keep odd hours, so that is a consideration. Oftentimes they work late performing for fans at one of the fifteen festival venues. If you want to help, but dont have room to host a songwriter, there are a number of volunteer opportunities. We have lots of spots for fans to be part of the festival, said Cross. You can help sell merchandise, hand out freebies or assist with songwriter check in. Beach resident Becky Shearman has been a volunteer every year that the Pensacola Beach Songwriters Festival has been hosted on the island. For more information about the Adopt-A-Songwriter program or to volunteer, contact Cross at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 850-341-0889. Promoters Offer Chance To Host A Visiting SongwriterThe Saenger Theatre will showcase a summer jam-packed full of classic hit movies and movie musicals shown on the big screenthe way movies were meant to be seen! Every Saturday night beginning July 14 the Saenger will feature a classic movie on one of the largest movie screens along the Gulf Coast. Tom Roush, Film Commissioner for the Pensacola Area said The Saenger is providing a wonderful opportunity for people to see the classics on a big screen in a venue originally built to show movies. Thats fantastic! The series will begin with Wizard of Oz. Movie tickets can be purchased for $5 each at the Saenger discounted Movie Ten-Pack can be purchased for $40. All movies will open each night one-hour prior to show time. For more information on upcoming events at the Pensacola Saenger Theatre go to www.pensacolasaenger.com.Movie Classics Showcased At Saenger Summer Series
PAGE 8 Island Times June 26, 2012 Scott Luebcke took Darla Richardson to be his bride, Saturday, June 9, in ceremonies at the Pensacola Beach Community Churchs Fellowship Hall. A memorable day for the loving couple since Mother Nature provided a record breaking rainfall prior to the afternoon service. According to the old wives tale, rain on a wedding day is good luck. The knot in tying the knot becomes wet and is harder to break, thus making the marriage stronger. June 26 7pm Shawna P & Adam Tyler Brown June 27 8pm 99s June 28 8pm Avenida 16 June 29 3pm Mike Jencks 9pm Shawna P & Earthfunk Tribe June 30 2pm The Rowdies 9pm Shawna P & Earthfunk Tribe July 1 1pm Flip Flop Boys 6pm Mike Jencks July 2 6pm Tomato & Dennis July 3 9pm BaNana Republic July 4 1pm Avenida 16 9:30 Timberhawk July 5 8pm Supermassive July 6 3pm Mainstream 9pm MoJiles July 7 2pm Shawna P & Adam Tyler Brown 9pm MoJiles July 8 1pm BaNana Republic 6pm Reed Lightfoot July 9 6pm Cornbread July 4th Fireworks 9 pmBEST seats on the beach! Ride the Free Trolley ~ Stop #16 PM Red, White & Blue BIKINI CONTESTBESTSummer Music Line up on the beach I know where the rest of the Wooly Booger Keep the Hurricanes Away photos are. Online at MyIslandTimes.com.Bobbi Cunningham, First Mate 2012 Krewe of Wrecks
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Check out my other residential lot listings: Gulf Breeze addl locations Featured Listing Waterfront Lot Gulf Breeze After four years of living in Southern Maryland, the Colonel, the Kid and I wrestled beltway traffic to spend one final weekend as a family in Baltimore -a city that is known as much for its game as it is for its grime. Baltimore is home to the Ravens and Orioles. Its streets are home to some of the highest crime statistics in the United States. It's the Yin and the Yang of this city from the crack of the bat at Camden Yards to the junkie on crack standing outside a battered and long forgotten yard that makes it a favorite in popular culture and an interesting place to visit. Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps is the unofficial face of Baltimore and a tenant in one of the very expensive high rise Inner Harbor condominiums. Contrast that with the street characters cast on "The Wire", a crime drama series which aired on HBO for 6 years and 60 episodes. Again, the Yin and the Yang. Standing in the lobby of Hotel Monaco, I realized I was no longer in sleepy St. Mary's County. Our hotel was once the landmark Baltimore & Ohio Railroad headquarters. It was built in 1906 and designed by the premiere architectural firm of its time, Parker & Thomas. The original marble floor and Tiffany stained-glass windows were still perfectly in use. I shut my eyes just for a moment in order to take in all the sounds of hustle and bustle of 2012. The chatter probably wasn't that much different than in the day of Oscar G. Murray, the B&O president. Except now his building was filled with tourists, dressed in shorts and t-shirts, wanting dinner reservations, an early check-in, a ride to the airport, and tickets to the Orioles' game. Soon we found ourselves sitting at an outdoor cafe just down the street from our hotel, enjoying the harbor breeze while sipping ice cold beverages and munching on local crab cakes. With gin and tonics, and a lemonade in hand, we raised our glasses on high -a toast to Lord Baltimore and his namesake city, and to his harbor that is filled with naval vessels and tall ships from around the world. International tall ships? More than 40 "grey hulls"? We had stumbled into the launch of Star-Spangled 200, the celebration of the Bicentennial of the War of 1812 and the penning of the National Anthem. Who knew? From the size of the crowds, The Lizzards Tongueby elizabeth hewson Baltimore. B&O Railroad. The Blues. One final goodbye. everyone except us. I was beginning to experience the Yin and the Yang of the city myself -from the hustle and bustle and floral fragrances in the former B&O building to plod along and stop in your tracks with ample amounts of B.O. in the air. When did we become a deodorant-free society? Then, as if on cue, while shuffling along hand in hand with my family, I heard a very familiar noise -the roar of jet engines, in formation, and propelling blue painted aircraft at incredible speeds. It was the Blues Angels. The crowds were paralyzed with delight. It was only between shutter clicks on cameras that an audible gasp from on-lookers could be heard as the Blues performed over Baltimore Harbor and would appear to come screaming out of nowhere from behind the city's skyline. Timing is everything. We checked out of the Hotel Monaco early on Sunday morning, the Saturday celebrants and crowds were all gone. Any building inset or nook had become temporary housing for the homeless. Panhandlers were already lining up on the street corners that surrounded the hotel. The valet explained that by 9 a.m. they would all go away. I didn't ask where because I was leaving as well. I had had my fill of the Yin and the Yang. Until next time... Linda Thompson, left, gets individual stroke instruction from professional paddleboarder and former Pensacola Beach resident Slater Trout during the SUP Clinic hosted by Innerlight, June 17 in Little Sabine Bay. Trout now resides in Hawaii. Innerlight on Pensacola Beach hosted the Slater Trout Stand Up Paddleboard Clinic for June 17 in Little Sabine Bay. Dozens signed up for the intermediate class which included individual and group instruction from champion pro paddleboarder Slater Trout. Michael Chapman, above, made the two hour drive from Enterprise, Alabama to attend the event. Chapman, 45, has been hooked on the sport for two years according to his wife. Torrential rains canceled the events original date of June 9.
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C elebrate, S a n t a R o s a S t y l e Presented by the Santa Rosa County Tourist Development Councilwww.thebeachestowoodlandstour.com 1-800-480-SAND (7263) Enjoy more than a dozen festivals, plan an adventure zipline tour or snorkeling outing, chase butteries, check out a baby gorilla, grab a shing pole, cycle through nature, golf an entire weekend or discover ghostly characters in a historic setting.Book your October travel now for the 9th Annual Beaches to Woodlands Tour of Santa Rosa County FINE FINISHThe Pensacola Beach Elementary School Students posted high marks to end the school year. Congrats to the following who were named to the Honor Roll: Kelli Moyers First Grade A Honor Roll Aiden Bebout Laney Farmer Maggie Feltenberger Victoria Garza Zach Giovanini Taylor Jenkins Elijah Jones Morgan Kronlage Gracyn Phelps Aaron Sampson McKell Spring Katie Turk Hollyn Will A/B Honor Roll Kate Allen Addison Comeaux Emery Hasell Debbie Campanellas Second Grade A Honor Roll Natalia Dadisman Kaelyn Quinn Erin Wang Haden McBroom A/B Honor Roll Cyrus Amjad Charlie Atkins Taylor Brame Gracie Clay Sklyar Farej Elena Hynes Michael Mabire Kacie May Savannah Persky Nicholas Sampson Joy McLaurines Third Grade A Honor Roll Alana Decaspalis Austin Burkett Jack Dolister Lauren Feltenberger Libbie Friedrich Jude Hunter Max Mateer Jackie Molyneaux John Turk A/B Honor Roll Hannah Buchalter Micha Clark Kai Hoffert Ryan Jenkins Ryland McCurdy Jenny Molyneaux Gabby Rice Lauren Thompson Tara Turks Fourth Grade A Honor Roll Tanner Braxton Sophie Faircloth Chloe Kauffman Matthew McCurdy John McDowell Caleb Sampson Jon Sawyer Smith A/B Honor Roll Ella Amos Grant Gaiennie Cali Hargrove Erin Johnson Kimberly Noble Mackenzie Quinn Dylan Renfroe Tekoah Roby Madeline Taylor Margie Pitts Fifth Grade A Honor Roll Carlee Amberson Madison Clay Hannah May Grace Reece Emily Wang A/B Honor Roll Katarina Denton Wren Deputy Chloe Huntley Cayson McCurdy Harrison O'Daniel Ashley Price Isabella Rice Allyson Self Sophia Slobodian Madison Therrell Joshua Thompson Sydney TruaxMORE AWARDSAt the June 5 Beach School Fifth Grade graduation party, the Pensacola Beach Elks Lodge recognized Joshua Thompson and Wren Deputy. American Legion Awards were given to Harrison O'Daniel and Grace Reece. Principal's Awards designated Allison Seeker and Chloe Huntley as outstanding Beach School students. THOMPSON IS TOPSBeach resident Madison Thompsons only B in middle school was a Geography Bee. She earned all As at Gulf the runner-up in the Geography Bee. She racked up a load of awards. Madison was deemed the Santa Rosa County Math Student of the Year with the highest math average in the County. She earned a career and decision making student award; was inducted into the National Junior Honors Society and was part of the Science Olympiad Team. Now, on to ninth grade!STUFF TO DOSurf Camp: Three day sessions for good swimmers who are 8-years-old or older. Charge is $150. Learn how to surf, surfing etiquette, culture, training and techniques. Camp is hosted on the Gulf just past Portofino Resort. Registration is required. Innerlightsurf.com or 850-934-9004 Vacation Bible School: July 23-27 at Pensacola Beach Community Church, Via de Luna and Avenida 18. No charge. All elementary and younger are welcome. www.TheBeachChurch. com or 850-932-6628. Junior Sailing Camp: August 6 10 at Pensacola Beach Yacht Club and Key Sailing. 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The camp is full of hands on activity on the water with monohull and multihull boats, kayaks and Hobies. Open for children ages 7-14. $200 includes a learn to sail book and a completion. Register at www. pensacolabeach-yc.org Questions to Cindy McBride, Camp Coordinator at Cindymc850@ gmail.com Recycling Camp: June 28, July 11, July 18, August 1 and August 8 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. This one-day excursion to ages six to 12, to participate in fun-filled activities designed to teach the importance of the reduction of generated waste through source reduction, recycling, reuse or composting. The cost of the camp is the donation of one pair of new or gently used shoes to be donated to Soles4Souls. For more information or to pre-register please contact Recycling Operations at 9372160. Space is limited. Schools out for summer but members of the Pensacola Beach Elementary School Board do not take a break. The Board met June 18 on campus with an agenda that ranged from construction to instruction. Summers quiet will be punctuated by the sounds of contractors at the Beach School as a geothermal cooling system is installed, and a roof extension to cover the student drop off area is built. The Board also voted unanimously to cure the degradation of metal beams under the school buildings. There are a number of ways to do this, said Board President Todd McCurdy. I will research the options and pricing for an email vote, so it can be complete before school begins in August. Principal Jeff Castleberry told the Board that school ended on a good note with high FCAT scores and a PTA sponsored Water Fun Day. He also noted there are already 135 students signed up for next year, and enrollment continues. The class size limits had not yet been reached. The Board approved CastleReturning classroom teachers are Jennifer Neal, Debbie Campanella, Joy McLaurine and Tara Turk. Ginny Baynes will teach physical education and Mary Holway is the music teacher. Monika Springer will serve in the computer lab. Currently, there are openings for two full time classroom teachers and a part-time art teacher. School bells and wedding bells have clashed lately leaving the School Board members with ously granted permission to wedding guests to use the parking spaces, but recently groups have overstepped and overparked at the campus. They had blocked off our parking lot for their own use. That is unacceptable, said McCurdy. One group had cars parked on the grass inside the school yard. After discussing restrictions, policing and options for compensation, the Board voted to place no parking on the grass signs in the landscaped play area. The matter will remain open for further discussion. The Board will meet next on Monday, July 23 at 6 p.m. on campus. Meetings are open to the public. Beach School Board Sets Summer Maintenance Projects, Parking Policy
PAGE 11 Island Times June 26, 2012uzz...............................................................B Business The Dream is so AffordableWith prices at or below pre-construction costs, there has never been a better time than now to Own the Lifestyle! 1 8 V I A D E L U N A PortofinoOPENHOUSEDAILY9 AM 5:30 PMBeach ClubOPENHOUSEDAILY9 AM 5:30 PM 1 0 P O R T O F I N O D R www.resortrealtylife.com lLevin &Rinke Resort Realty, Inc Stop by one of our onsite offices for a tour today! Resort_Realty_6x5 Beach Clulb_Portofino_March 2011.qxd 3/21/2011 10:25 AM Page 1 July 6 . ...............David Dunn & John Wheeler upcoming August 3 . ..........Paul Killough & Marc Kaul September 7 . ....John Wheeler & David Dunn October 5 . .........Paul Killough & Marc Kaul NEW SHIPMATEIts always good to have family to show you the ropes. Longtime PegLegs bartender Karina Foster welcomed her niece Layloni Eugeio aboard at the LaFitte Cove restaurant. Its a very popular place this time of year, but worth the wait. MR ROBINSON GOES TO WASHINGTONThe Beachs Commissioner Grover Robinson, has completed a rigorous four day leadership program hosted by the National Association of Counties in Washington, DC. Robinson was in a select group of 23 leaders from other counties across the nation. Participants worked with the faculty as a group to develop a sense of direction and vision; a mechanism for innovation and creativity; a resource for invigorating organizational culture; and increased risk taking, improved decision making, team building and effective communication. He brings those skills back to Escambia County to better serve his constituents.TAKE A SPINSRIA Executive Director Buck Lee announced that the newest attraction on Pensacola Beach, the 180 foot tall Observation Wheel, should be turning soon. 360 Pensacola Beach is located at the Soundside Market, and will give riders a birds eye view of the island. The cost to ride is $15. The 360 Pensacola Beach Observation Wheel management team of Lauri Hubbard, Michael Montgomery and Phillip Crabtree are ready to welcome you. The tentative Grand Opening date is July 1.CHAMBER CHATTERKaren Cook is the Membership Chairman for the Pensacola Beach Chamber. She is inviting any interested businesses to send a representative to the Business After Hours, Tuesday, June 26 at 5:30 at Paradise Bar and Grill. Bring your business card and introduce yourself. She said you will want to join the Beach group. It is the friendliest Chamber in the world according to Karen.FISHING HEROESThe Entertainer, docked at Pensacola Beach Marina, is slated to take military anglers for a six-hour offshore fishing expedition, August 18. This is part of the weeklong dedication ceremonies associated with the Marine Aviation Memorial Tower. The guests are vets signed up in the Americas Heroes Enjoying Recreation Outdoors (A HERO) program. If you would like to help offset the cost of this effort, contact Jim Knell at jamesknell@ gmail.com.MORE ACTSTwo-time Grammy Award winners and multi-platinum artists Zac Brown Band have been added to the 2012 DeLuna Fest September 21 23. Honey Island Swamp Band, who frequents Paradise Bars stage, will appear. Look for a Sunday Gospel Brunch set from The Legendary JCs.KREWE NEWSThe Bananimals meet monthly, year round at the Sabine p.m. They have gone tropical for July and are hosting a Luau, Sunday, July 1. They are a welcoming bunch, who have dedicated a great deal of time to their two main goals partying and charitable giving. If this sounds like a krewe for you, contact graymon@ gmail.com for membership information and schedules. AMERICAN TRADITIONSFourth of July on Pensacola Beach is a beautiful thing. Sand, of his patriotism, Robert Gleim hosts a red, white and blue bikini contest at Bamboo Willies. His stage is famous for a steady pafor the bikini clad crowd at 6 p.m. Always lots of giveaways to keep the crowds busy until the contest begins. Bring your camera. BLUFFIN AND BETTINDo you know how to play Texas Hold Em? Everyone is welcome to join the games at the Shaker on Monday nights. Tourists will feel like Islanders in this crowd of beach card playing characters. The felt tables are set up and the chips are doled out about 7 p.m. Its all 4444 Fun. Games are hosted at Paddy OLearys on Thursdays and Sundays. If you dont know where its located, travel east on Via de Luna to the historic section of Pensacola Beach. Or take the free trolley.
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PAGE 13 Island Times June 26, 2012 Free Sunsets Waterfront Location Next to the Yacht Club DJ Entertainment Sound Stage & Lighting www.boogieinc.com Happy Hour 49 Via de Luna 916-9808 PaddyOLearysIrishPub.com Authentic Irish Pub Texas HoldEmSPORTS!All The Games! By Joe Stukey Your Computer PalBytes and Bits MostlyBy Candace Segar 850-932-1417 500 Quietwater Beach Blvd Upstairs from Key SailingBurgers Fries ShakesWe have gone back to basics. Expect the same incredible quality food delivered in less time. DOG FRIENDLY DECK! BREAKFAST SAT & SUN 8-11Open everyday at 9 AM 850-934-3141 www.DalesBigDeck.com 715 Pensacola Beach Blvd at the Sabine Marina Live Music & Karaoke ~ Happy Hour Monday all day & all nite ~ Watch the Fireworks here!A friend of mine emailed an article to me from the Los Angeles Times headline reading When scientists predict calamity, politicians plug their ears by David Horsey. The article was short, but the accompanying cartoon was excellent. It definitely grabbed my interest which led me to the Boston Globe and Chicago Tribune newspapers. Still my curiosity was not satisfactorily quenched, and I went to the Journal Nature In order to read the full paper Approaching a state shift in Earths biosphere, written by 22 scientists (US, Canada and South America), I needed to shell out a mere $32 or I could subscribe for a year, get the printed weekly journal and have unlimited access to archives online. I ended up subscribing. Let me tell you that I have to put a lot of work into reading these articles. I have a dictionary, science books with dictionaries and calls into my husband who graduated from a prestigious engineering university. Need I say more? The bottom line is that we are over-populating our planet. The present rate of population growth on Earth is unsustainable. Basically the climates in different areas of the planet that we are use to, are going away and will disappear completely within the next 90 years. The new global temperatures replacing the old ones within the next thirty years will be higher than anything we as a species have ever experienced. Plant species will not be able to maintain their existence for the human species requirements for survival. Animal species will not be able to maintain their existence for the human species requirements for survival. And what do we do as a species? Do we listen to our scientists who are trying to warn us about the Earths tipping points? Oh Hell no, we are more interested in reality television. Do we want to allocate more money to our space program so that we could put a group of our species on another planet? Oh Hell no, we are more interested in welfare and war. Do we stop to think about our species going the way of the dinosaurs and just being replaced with another species? Oh Hell no, we are so self-centered we think we are special thanks to religions. And after reading those questions and answers, maybe that is what we deserve. The only part that really upsets me is that Earth may resemble Mars some day. And that is something our planet never deserved! Q: What is Apple FaceTime? A: For 99 cents, you can download the FaceTime application to your iPhone 4, Ipad 2, Mac computer or iPod Touch. The software can be used to initiate video chats with other users of those Apple products. To use FaceTime on iPhones, dial the other persons phone number. For other devices, connect by selecting their email address. If you own multiple Apple devices, the FaceTime program will ring on all of them, so it might be hard to ignore the call. FaceTime supports high resolution video (720p) and can display your images in a picturein-a-picture layout. It can be used in portrait or landscape mode. With the iPhone 4, the person with whom you are chatting can see you in one camera view and you can show them what you are seeing through the second camera. A simple tap on the screen switches between the two camera views. Technically, this product should be able to connect with non-Apple devices. It uses an open standard, which means that other manufacturers should be able to develop interfaces for their equipment if they desire to in the future. Right now it only works with Apple devices. Windows users currently use products such as Skype, Yahoo Messenger, and Windows Live. Those products require the user to set up special accounts and passwords. The FaceTime program works as soon as it is installed. It uses the email addresses and phone numbers that are already in your contact list, without setting up any special accounts. This article was provided by The Stukey Group. For questions, contact Joe at joe@ycpals. com or 850-206-3156. The Wooly Booger Social Club called upon its longtime members to attend the Keep The Hurricanes Away Bawl at Paradise, June 16. Certified Wooly Boogers who made the scene included (L to R) Richard Johnson, Queen Shugah III Judy LOignon, and Teri and Rawl Ray. All partiers arrived with a good luck charm to place at Queen Shugahs altar to keep the shores of Santa Rosa Island storm free. ADDITIONAL WOOLY BOOGER BAWL PHOTOS MYISLANDTIMES.COM
PAGE 14 Island Times June 26, 2012 CLASSIFIED ADS are $5 for 20 words. Additional words are 10 cents each. Send ad with check made payable to Shelley Ink, P.O. Box 844, Gulf Breeze, FL 32562. Real Estate For SaleCLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGPensacola Beach Vacations Rentals. Call for the BEST RATES on Beachfront condos and beach homes. Toll Free 800-242-3224. Visit online gulfbluevacations.com Since 1963, RMI Vacations and RMI Realty have been the premier vacation rental company and real estate company located on Pensacola Beach. You can view, select, and book your vacation rental online! We offer spacious, affordable family beach homes, townhomes and condominiums. RMI also offers FREE Stuff with every reservation! www.rmivacations.com or 850-932-5376. Real Estate For Rent Double Red: Water Closed to public Red: High hazard, high surf and/or strong currents Yellow: Medium hazard, moderate surf and/ or currents Green: Low hazard, calm conditions, exercise caution Purple: Dangerous marine life Surf FlagsCalendarJune 26 Bands on the Beach. 7-9. Gulfside Pavilion. Free. June 27 Santa Rosa Island Authority Meeting. 5 pm. #1 Via de Luna. Open to the Public. July 1 Bananimals Luau. Sabine Sandbar. Ticket required. July 3 Bookmobile Casino Beach. 10:30 to Noon July 3 Bands on the Beach. 7-9. Gulfside Pavilion. Free. July 4 Happy Birthday America. Fireworks. 9 pm July 6 First Friday, Boardwalk. 5:30-7:30 pm July 10 Bands on the Beach. 7-9. Gulfside Pavilion. Free. July 11 Blue Angels Circle And Arrival, 8 am July 11 Nations Baseball Elite, Quietwater Amphitheatre, 4 pm July 11 Santa Rosa Island Authority Meeting. 5 pm. #1 Via de Luna. Open to the Public. July 12 Blue Angels, practice Pensacola Beach 2 p.m. July 13-14 Blue Angels Air Show, Civilian acts, Noon. Blue Angels at 2 p.m. No charge. July 17 Bands on the Beach. 7-9. Gulfside Pavilion. Free. July 23 Vacation Bible School. Beach Church. No Charge. 850-932-6628. July 24 Bands on the Beach. 7-9. Gulfside Pavilion. Free. July 25 Santa Rosa Island Authority Meeting. 5 p.m. #1 Via de Luna. Open to the Public July 27 Star Gaze. Casino Beach. Free. July 28 Race for the Roses Regatta. PB Yacht Club. July 28 Star Gaze. Casino Beach. Free July 28 SingerSongwriter Night at Beach Church. Ticket Required. 850-932-6628 August 3 First Friday, Portofino Boardwalk. 5:307:30 p.m. No charge. August 6 Junior Sailing Camp. PB Yacht Club BEACH CHURCH BINGO 1st and 3rd Thursdays, Dinner $6 at 6. Bingo $20 at 6:30. www.thebeachchurch.com ELKS BINGO 1st and 3rd Sundays, 6 pm, $1 per card. Family friendly. Open to public. 850-932-4444 BEACH BRIDGE CLUB ELKS 9:15 to 2 on MON and FRI NAME:_________________________________________________ ADDRESS: ________________________________________________________ CITY: ________________________________STATE: ___ ZIP: ______________ Be in the know! Have Island Times delivered to you! Send a check for $32 made payable to Shelley Ink Mail to: PO Box 844 Gulf Breeze, FL 32562-0844 Pssst . . if you want to be a wise guy about beach stu read Island Times WeddingsNOTARY to perform wedding ceremonies. 850-748-6878 East Bay Waterfront home 2,485 sq.ft. with 102 feet on the bay. $269,000. MLS listing # 402379 Call Linda Murphy, Keller Williams Realty 850-748-0865 New Construction. 3/3 Navarre. Soundfront community. $182,900. Two story. Beautiful details. Dennis Remesch, Re/Max on the Coast, 850-384-7607. Pensacola Beach Condo. Gulf front. 2-bedroom/2 bath. MLS#: 421524. $235,000. Island Realty, Nan Harper. 850-293-9321. Great place to visit, but you really want to stay... Call Brandi Whitehurst, Coldwell Banker, 850-341-9132. If its for sale, I can show it to you. BEAUTIFUL LOT Waterfront Gulf Breeze. Stunning on Santa Rosa Sound. Your own beach with 1.73 acres. Build your dream home. $300,000. Owner will divide. Dennis Remesch, Re/Max on the Coast, 850-384-7607 Villas on the Gulf Pensacola Beach. MLS#: 415543 $189,900. Very desirable 2 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath condominium just a few steps from the gulf. Noel Faddis, RMI, 850-932-5376 Building Real Estate Sales Team to meet demand. Top Commission and dis, RMI/Realty Marts. 850-932-5376
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PAGE 16 Island Times June 26, 2012www.myislandtimes.com O u t on a Limb by Gary Koperva s I HUBERT -B y Dick W inge rt I h ave I he sports Just Like Cats Ii< Dogs by Dave T BOX LOOKS NORMAL. BUT YOU IT FROM SOME NEW ALL NA ruRAL VEGAN r ! I MISTER BREGER By D ove B r eger
Island Times PAGE 17 June 26, 2012 FLOUNDERS CHOWDER HOUSE Celebrating 30 years of Floundering neath the moon and stars. Offering fresh Seafood including Tuna, Mahi and of course Flounder! Award winning chowder, po boys, burgers and Pensacola Beach Style baked oysters. Sample our Fresh catch including the Shrimp Boat Platterloaded with shrimp cocktail, BBQ shrimp, fried shrimp, popcorn shrimp and U-peel ems. Kids love our Pirate Ship playground located on our beach well within view of dining parents. For late night Dance all night on Flounders beach to the most popular bands from across the south. beautiful Pensacola Beach, 850-932-2003 CRABS WE GOT EM Only restaurant on Pensacola Beach offering breath taking views of the Gulf while dining directly on the beach. Come as you are straight off the sandy beach and enjoy our indoor/ outdoor bar and gulf side deck. Crabs has the largest selection of Crab on the beach, was voted Best Crab by News Journal readers. She Crab Soup, Stuffed Blue Crabs, Alaskan Snow, King them all! We have many other seafood favorites on our menu as well as a great assortment of chicken, steaks and pasta dishes. Dont forget to try one of our signature drinks like The Crab Trap which come with a souvenir glass to keep! Open 7 days a week. Sunday Brunch with live Steel Band. MCGUIRES IRISH PUB One of Americas great steakhouses; proudly serving USDA mans bouillabaisse, Corned Beef and Cabbage and Shepherds Pie all inside a turn of the century New York Irish Saloon themed pub. McGuires is celebrated for its atmosphere, boasting more than 750,000 signed dollar bills hanging from the and warm and friendly service by Employees who Give a Damn! Visit our on-site brewery and the OTolf Wine Cellar featuring the Artist Series. Featured on NBCs Today Show, highly recommended by Fodors, Frommers and AAA travel guides, Florida Trend Magazine Hall of Fame Member. Open every day at 11, 850-433-6789, mcguiresirishpub.com Commercial & Residential Appraisal Consulting & Sales103 Baybridge Dr. Gulf Breeze, FL G. Daniel Green, MAI, SRAState-Cert. Gen. REA #RZ836 Real Estate Broker #BK176669 Sandcastles and such...Pensacola Beach Real Estate After Sundown... SIDELINES SPORTS BAR AND RESTAURANT big screens, 42 televisions. If it runs, jumps, races, its here. Kids menu for the JV players. Full bar. Indoor or outdoor seating. Video sports games. Centrally located on Via de off at 11 a.m. seven days a week. 934-3660. SANDSHAKER LOUNGE The World Famous Sandshakera Pensacola Beach Tradition since 1973. Home of the Original Bushwacker. Been selling this signature drink for over 30 years. First bar on the Beach to offer this tasty frozen concoction. Monday half price HoldEm at 7 p.m., $2 Tuesday Across from the Boardwalk. Open 10 am 3 am. 850-932-2211. www.sandshaker.com PARADISE BAR AND GRILL A little bit of paradise at this open air, island style bar with its own private white sand beach. Pull up a rattan stool. Cold beer. and Dinner everyday. Sandwiches. Salads. Fresh Catch Shrimp Salad. Happy Hour Monday and Wednesday. Tucked away in the parking lot of the Paradise Open 7 days. 850-916-5087. PEGLEG PETES Ahoy, Matey. Youve found a Pensacola Beach treasure. Pirates welcome. Fresh Gulf seafood served in the galley or outside on the awning covered deck. Glass front bar overlooks Dinner specials nightly. Sizeable sandwiches and burgers a t-shirt. Were here everyday at 11. 932-4139. www.peglegpetes.com BAMBOO WILLIES BEACHSIDE BAR bar serving your favorites. Specialty Fat Tuesday frozen drinks like the Octane on stage. Bikini contests. Crawday afternoons. Willies Wear Gift Shop. Waterfront on Santa cated at the Boardwalk. 850-916-9888. www.bamboowillies.com SHAGGYS WATERFRONT BAR & GRILL through the open air dining room and side bar. friendly. Arrive by boat or car, bike or on foot. Open everyday at 11 a.m. in the big red building on Pensacola Beach Boulevard. 850-934-4852. www.shaggys.biz 2012 Visit us on the web at: www.mcguiresirishpub.com E-mail: email@example.com ONE OF AMERICAS GREAT STEAKHOUSES 11 Time Golden Spoon Award WinnerFlorida Trend Magazine Hall of FameBeef Backers Award Best Steaks in FloridaFlorida Monthly Magazine Best Pub in FloridaFeatured on NBCs Today Show and on The Food NetworkHighly Recommended by Fodors, Frommers, Mobil & AAA Travel Guides A TURN OF THE CENTURYNEW YORK IRISH SALOON PENSACOLA'S OWN SINCE 1977 A TURN OF THE CENTURY NEW YORK IRISH SALOON ONE OF AMERICAS GREAT STEAKHOUSESTM 11 Time Golden Spoon Award WinnerFlorida Trend Magazine Hall of FameBeef Backers Award Best Steaks in FloridaFlorida Monthly Magazine Best Pub in FloridaFeatured on NBCs Today Show and on The Food NetworkHighly Recommended by Fodors, Frommers, Mobil & AAA Travel Guides 2011Visit us on the web at: www.mcguiresirishpub.com E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 41524-25_DinrCoverPensacola31412.indd 1 3/19/12 11:56:27 AM Island Times May 25, 2012 PAGE 12 1591 Via de Luna Pensacola Beach, FL 32561 www.rmivacations.com YOUR choice for sales, vacation rental management Joanne & Noel Faddis 50 years Gulf Front 1 BEDROOM/1.5 BATH, 2 CAR GARAGE, FULLY FURNISHED, $235,000. 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Island Times June 26, 2012 PAGE 18 Turtle TRAX By DJ Zemenick Dolphin Cruises850-492-6337Located at the Beach Marina 655 Pensacola Beach Blvd. 850-723-6142 Pensacola Beach Marina Sailing/snorkeling trips from $55! It was just a few years ago that I saw my first boil, the magical occasion when sea turtle hatchlings break through the surface, spill from their nest, and search for a path to the sea. For many people, including myself, it is an emotional experience to actually be there and watch the hatchlings as they emerge. The instinct and determination observed in the tiny creatures is amazing, but the stakes are high. Each hatchlings struggle represents that of an endangered species to survive. served which sparked my interest in sea turtles, but a passion for sea turtle conservation quickly grew from that point. Stumbling upon the nest and witnessing the hatchlings emerge that night on the beach was a coincidence that brought about meaningful changes in my life. It led me to ally into a position as a patroller. If you had told me a decade ago that I would willingly get up at 4 a.m. for anything, much less to look for tracks of an ancient creature a giant reptile, no less laughing two counties away, but ful tapestry with our life. In the years that followed, there have been many sea turtle sighting of sea turtle tracks, which unfortunately turned out to be a month I witnessed a loggerhead in the process of nesting on the beach! I cant wait to see what I discover on each and every patrol ies with others. Speaking of sharing, Ive had people asking when and where on Pensacola Beach this year, outside the areas of Gulf Islands National Seashore. There was considerable excitement when we learned it was laid behind the Holiday Inn Express on Ft. Pickens Road on June 11. This work the Holiday Inn Express put into making their property sea turtle friendly by installing the proper lighting and providing information in each hotel room, explaining what occupants can do to help sea turtles and their sacola Beach. ceived recognition from the Turtle Friendly Beach Program, which is sponsored by the Sea Turtle Conservancy and the University of Floridas Sea Grant Extension Service. They were noted as a able nesting habitat for sea turtles and had complied with a variety of guidelines. The beautiful sign which the Holiday Inn Express played in their lobby, but the icing on the cake was when a mama loggerhead rewarded the hotel Beach this year. Congratulations to Beverly McKay and her staff at the Holiday Inn Express! Properties like the Holiday Inn Express that switch to turtle friendly lighting and educate guests are certainly making their beach area more attractive to sea turtles, but they are also important in increasing the number of turtle nests on Pensacola Beach itself. ers associations, and individual home owners on our beach who become more involved in sea turtle conservation will also see positive results by switching to turtle friendly lighting, especially after the success of the Holiday Inn Express. There seems to be a ground swell of interest in our area when tourism. You may have noticed the street lights on Ft. Pickens Road were replaced with shielded ly, almost two years ago. We still have street lighting issues on Via de Luna, but we are making progress. If you have any questions regarding sea turtles or sea turtle conservation, you may send them to TurtleTrax@yahoo.com Until next time, Lights out! Nest Update for Pensacola Beach & Gulf Islands National Seashore as of June 19: Pensacola Beach 5 18 Total 33 The Blue Angels, the U.S. demonstration team, will once sacola Beach Saturday, July 14 as the highlight and closing act of the spectacular Pensacola Beach Air Show. The Blues, as their fans around the world know them, stunts and maneuvers over the emerald green waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The show, one of the highlights of Pensacolas tourist season, takes place high above the Beach. There is no charge for this event. For the many Blue Angel aficionados there will be four chances to catch the Blues between July 11 and July 14. The Famous Blue Angels Take Flightthrills begin Wednesday, July 11 at 8 a.m. when the Blues neuvers above the beach. They return Thursday, July 12 at 2 p.m. for practice and again Friday, July rehearsal. On Saturday, July 14 the air show begins at noon with the Blues closing it out about 2 p.m. For more information, Trolleys Roll on Island Streets mentary trolley service travels along the island avenues from 4 p.m. until midnight everyday tember 3. Beat the heat and take your ley. The interior boasts highly polished wooden seats and gic, but, oh, so comfortable. Ride for a few blocks or all day. You can hop aboard the trolley to shop, dine, visit friends or tour the island. Ride and roll by bringing modate the two wheelers are conveniently located on each trolley. Ride as many times as dents and visitors by the Santa Rosa Island Authority. it impossible for the trolley to keep a set schedule, but you can always know when the trolley is rolling to a stop near you with the Trolley Tracker. If you are a techno savvy rider, er. With a smart phone you can scan the QR located at every stop. A text message to 41411 with the letters SRIA followed by a space and then your stop number will return a message about the trolleys arrival time. Of course, use any phone for information about when your trolley will be there to take you for a free ride. Fun, Friendly, Free Ride Rolls To A Stop Near You
Island Times PAGE 19 June 26, 2012 readin the water Saltwater Rick appointed lady angler Terri McKamey to write his column this week. One Stop Shop for the Watersports Enthusiasts PARASAILINGSMILE HIGH CLUB Feel the Thrill ~ Join the Club! You wont stop smiling even if you tryPensacola Beach at the BoardwalkSALES & RENTALS KAYAKSSINGLE/TANDEM HOBIE CATS SAIL AWAY PONTOON BOATSHOURLY/DAILY WAVERUNNERS FAST & FUN Rentals Include: All safety gear Expert instruction Ask about eco kayak tours paddle boardsNEW! Video Your Vacation. Waterproof Cam850-932-5520 www.KeySailing.com OPEN 9 to 6weather permittingFish On! We've had crazy weather. Twenty inches of rain in one day on Saturday, June 9. The news said it hadnt rained that much in one day since 1934. It also rained a bunch on the following Sunday and Monday, and with all that rain over a three-day period, everyone was very conGuess what? It didn't hurt the We're almost halfway through Snapper season and the bite has been super hot. Grab your opportunity to land one of the season ends July 10. The Red Snapper, Lutjanus campechanus, ico and along the southeastern Atlantic coast of the United States and much less commonly northward as far as Massachusetts. In Latin American Spanish it is known as huachinango or pargo. The Red Snapper commonly swims in waters from 30 to 200 feet deep, but can be caught as deep as 300 feet. They stay relatively close to the bottom, and inhabit rocky bottom, ledges, ridgoffshore oil rigs and shipwrecks. changes as it grows and matures due to increased need for cover and changing food habits. You the Gulf around oil platforms. The surface, while more mature adults live in deeper areas. Red Snapper has a great, to everything from hot chilies to subtle herbs. Throw some Snapper on the grill. will land Pompano, Whiting, Jacks of the season, too. A nice blacktip right off the shore at Johnson's Beach. (Perdido Key for those of you not familiar with our area.) All were caught on either fresh dead shrimp or sandfleas. Fleas are much more sparse than they were a few weeks ago, but report: Pensacola Beach Pier has dropped the prize from $5,000 to $2,500. Might be that 49 pound King sitting atop the leaderboard is scaring everyone off. There are plenty of King Mackerel out there; and trust me, plenty of the big ones left for the catching. The pier fishing has been hot! Just ask Jake McCarthy who landed a nice 39 pounder the other If I get off work in time, and that's usually right before dark, I can almost guarantee that I will catch a Spanish I head home. Saltwater Rick had some great luck with the Spanish the other day, too. My luck with Spanish is almost always in the evening. As you see in the beautiful Gulf Coast is so diverse, you may have to come back a few times we offer. So what are you waiting for? This is the perfect time of year. Saltwater Ricks catch Trace Lewis shows off a Red Snapper caught in the Gulf. The avid anas he can when not ald Isle or playing with his daughter Coralyne. MON: 10 AM -Close Half Price Drinks/Shots for BARE Customers. Poker, 7 PM. Trivia, 9pm $2 TUES: 10 AM -Close $2 Wine/Beer/Well. Karaoke 8 PM WED: Ladies Nite. 5 PM -Close $2 Wine/Beer/Well. Mike Jencks Band, 8:30 PM THURS: 7 PM -Close 1/2Price Drinks w/ Shaker Shirt. Rez plays 8:30 PM SAT: Curt & Friends, 3-7 on our Deck SUN : 9PM TIL KARAOKE & MUSIC W/DJ VIC Sandshaker.com 850-932-2211Somethings always Shakin PARTY at the SHAKER JULY 4th VOTED TOP TENBest Beach Bar FloridaBeachBar.com Thur, June 28, 8:30 pm Fish Sandwich Fri & Sat June 29-30 9 pm-1am Trunk Monkey Sun, July 1, 4-8 pm The Red Field Tues, July 3, 9 pm-1 am Full Moon Party Wed, July 4, 8:30 pm Mike Jencks Band Thur, July 5, 8:30 pm -12:30 am Fish Sandwich Fri & Sat, July 6-7, 9 pm-1am The Red Field Sun, July 8, 4-8 pm Lektric Mulletan American tradition since 1973 Best Fireworks View from our Deck AM Pensacola Coconuts Fundraiser
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