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Island Times Volume VIII, Number 25 Pensacola Beach, Florida April 2, 2013 It’s A Family AffairBerrys Raise Funds For Beach Relay going to Connors Crusaders. Theyve named their Pensacola Beach Relay for Life Team after seven-year-old Connor, left, who has cancer. The Relay for Life will take place beginning at 6 p.m. Friday, April 12 and goes non-stop until noon, Saturday April 13 at the Gulfside Pavilion on Pensacola Beach. The Cr usaders are (standing): Kegan and Shannon Berry; and (seated, from left) Connor, Dad Chad, brother Riley and mom Jamie Berry. For more about how you can be part of the battle, tur n to page 2.

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PAGE 2 Island Times April 2, 2013 Published every other Tuesday SHELLEY W. JOHNSON, PUBLISHER !" ###$islandtimes@bellsouth.net www.MyIslandTimes.comNo portion of this publication may be reproduced without the consent of the publisher. Island Times %&!$"""%' $'$$'$(")*!* ("$('%$'*"+ &!, $!!$(-$.-* $"($$("$*"! "$$$!/$%* 0$-+0!*"*$( -$"%*-'%!"1* (!$(+&!$"""*!$$$*"2""32$( )!)*.$$---' "!$.**"1!*( $4**"*1!"!( *"1!"$$$!/$% *+0!4"'" *"1 !5-*$"2$"&*% '1*"$+-+*($%5*# $"("(&$($%5* #$""+ &!$""").*-$ &*(*"$*"(! /$%$-$"(4$! $*"2!$*-$"! "$$$!4"+6"( $.'!-*4$*"* "1+74"%$("! )2""*'$*"1$"+ &!("$"($"*"! "($**"1+&!$"""3 ).$"(-%! *"(!'$"($"("*$*%!!+83$$-*%$$*+ 0!%$9"Families Share, Endure and Fight Cancer At Relay For Life-$"%$-**)!)* ( $-*"!$!/$%+0% "*!$$*" $(%38$"(0$--*( !--:$""! ($1!5(%$"1)*!2$ ";!:$%2$<(% $*.:$!$!**='$ :$="$($"(0$0!$"$-$)+:$""* ($*"1)*!"($1"1$" +&!)*)$.!&4*43 $$!"$$$!/ $%*+"!$)$.( !&4*43$*"4* %$*""$$ $"(")!"(%$" !$!+ >:%-!$"1$"( -!-%*$"($!$ '$($"?"$*(+ >/*1!")8$-!"%"*" -%*--(*$$-*%)!!$ "!$(--$"+? 0!/$"($-*%9*" 1!$0!8=0$-+ 2!./$"(!*)*7" $"(($1!%"$$9$ !!$-+0!"$$$!2!!$ /$"(4$!!$*-$" !&*"12--*+ 241=$"*"1% @$"("$$$!6 -"$%&!3<"** -*2')*$'!*1! *"1$"(!$.+0!3$ *"(% **" $-"1 !( $the best ($( *! -$ )$.( '%$$$"('%$" *"(*4*( $+ At least three )* $." *"1 $"()$.*"1$ "*1!"1?$*( "+>$%$811($ *4-*+? <=$4*)!4($ !5-*$"2$"&*%3 --"*%(*"$$ %$)$$$(%"$1 -"!$!3*"$1$ /$%*+0!*%$!* (*"1$$-$(B) (2+5"()2$*!$!* 707*"$-'*( $"($(%+"1(*$""" *"($1*!$$*"! $!2!!0$-)!!$ $$(%(!C#-$. )*!)."($**"1* $!$(+ 0!*"$ 1! *"1$"*4!$()('% !"!*$-!$** $"+&$$"$1( $ "(+0! *"12 -"* '1*"$ D+-+ )*!! &4*4 $+: *3 '$1* )* lead the survivors $"( $"$$ )!*! )*4 as the )$.*"1 $.!4"+0!"( $ !"!$1*4$"( !"$$**$")*9*"! !*($+=*"1!4"*"1 $-)*!1$-$*4** !$4($$"(( *+ 0!($."$*" )*'$1)$E+-+)!" !-*"$*$-"%$. $+0!*-"%!" !)!!$4(*(-$" $"(!)!$'$*"1$" ($*%+ >&4*4!*2!$*-$" :$"$($% $**$"-*"(!-!$ $!!/$% "-"F 1!$1$*" $"?$*(&!$"""%+ >/$%*$"#!9"% $.*"1-!*1!!1! ($."*1!$"('$.!*1! ($%+8$$!!%*$ -*"$"(-"$ $$$"$*")!* "(1*"1$-"+? *1!*"1!"*1!*$"*$"%-'!/$%$ **$"+-*"$*$'$1-$% '!$($"(($('% $$!4"$"($ $$4$*$'$&*(*"* !/$%+ 8"$((**"*"1 $-$!4")*! !$$"(-*"$*$("$*" $.*1"-$%'"( C##+0!($(*"" $$.*1"*:"($%5*+ 0!&$"$/$8$"(5!*% *!*"!"$ $$!/$%*+ 0!$-$!"(( $**$")!4" $*"(!5-*$" 2$"&*%+;!"$.( )!%!%(!*%$*( >5-%"!)2""3 $"(*$1"*-%($*"( <=$4*(-!)1*" 44()*!/$%*+0!* "(-)*!$!-'*"1 *"!$-%$-*%$"( --"*%(!$$*.+ ;*!4%4"!$)$"8 $-!"*"12""F"(*"1 '$4%"9%$*F-""-$!)*-+? *"-$*")))+" $$'$!$%*+-+ The Bride and Groom cut out was a big hit at the inaugural Pensacola Beach Relay for Life. The “I-Do-ers” team of Lynas Lajter and Dr. Chuck Randle demonstrate for the crowds. Spectators could have their photo taken and make a donation to the American Cancer Society. Fun activities take place all night long. Pensacola Beach resident Terry Preston, left, and her mom Marlene Olsen walk the Survivors and Caregivers Lap at the Inaugural Pensacola Beach Relay for Life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ons, Tunes And Fireworks Top Festival Schedule Find The Fun At Bamboo Willie’s

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Island TimesPAGE 3Forever ...Barefoot on the BeachAs a tribute to Jane Waters who passed away January 10, 2012 Island Times will continue to run some of Jane’s favorite columns for your enjoyment April 2, 2013 Our latitude will change your attitude !""#"$% &'*+*/*$4784998 ?#@&
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PAGE 4 Island TimesApril 2, 2013 PEOPLE?? ? ? ?? ? ? T ? ?? ?rivia? ?? ? '^"+Z# E_`j=^'"jEM`9qq Blue Sky Gift Shoppe... a happy place!="x Tervis Tumblers x 7z # u are % 'z#$ $ {HqjEMME9j 9qY Y# Open Air = 7 *%# F Zx|* '= % S 8EEqZjqOPM8H'OPM8O#7EPM8`[EPM8{/!OPM8j[OPM89MOPM89E'Z+OPM89_#EPM89H/!OPM F Y$> Y## 21 Via de Luna Pensacola Beach 850-916-5087 paradisebar-grill.com BA BA T A merald oast ScootersBrand ew TA TA cc scooter == Mileage }9qq Pensacola BeachThe correct answer to the last question took contestants back into the 1979 world of beach newspapering. Only a few Beach businessmen believed that supporting a little rag would benefit the island and their business. Among them was Allen Dean, the general manager at the Holiday Inn. At !)$.*$'. the plunge. Eventually, he was a staunch supporter of The Islander Newspaper, which became the hallmark of information for residents and visitors beginning in April 1979. Did Tim Pike, who answered with the speed of light, have an inside track on this one? Holiday Inn was his answer. He has been part of the beach hotel industry for the last decade, working at The Dunes and the Holiday Inn Express. He will be wearing a new Island Times shirt, and is getting an A+ rating among the trivia gang. The Holiday Inn and its famous Penthouse Lounge was located on the Gulf where the Margaritaville Beach Hotel stands. New name, but same parent company. Countless guests enjoyed the hotel. The Holiday Inn opened its meeting room doors at no charge to the Leaseholders and Residents meetings, Krewe of Wrecks and the Catholic Church hosted mass at the Penthouse on Sunday mornings. The Knights of the Trivia Roundtable turned into the members of the Hospitality Roundtable. Sir Morrie Drees knew it was Holiday Inn, but recalled that the Barbary Coast, Howard Johnson’s, Marva, Surf and Sand, Gulf Aire, Sunray, Five Flags and The Dunes all graced the pages of the Beach newspaper eventually. Guess he forgot about The Tiki. Lady Kim Schmitz was on Spring Break and so was her answer. She conferred with Gary Cole who thought it might have been the Mai Kai. No luck so, the high level conference ended up with a golf cart ride and two cold beers. Lady Kim swears that Big Bob Dority would have known the answer. The Kingdom of Rightfully Wrong is ruled by Queen Joanne Brooks who is tending a garden of wild guesses. The Mai Kai came to Queen Jo’s mind, and then she returned to planting the seeds of errant thoughts and mistaken identities. A few have requested citizenship in the Kingdom of Wrong Answers. The Queen has allowed Jane McGrath and Jersey Girl Gwen Foster temporary passports. They may while away a few hours forgetting all they ever knew about the Beach and its factoids. The Surf and Sand was a popular wrong answer, mostly because the newspaper had an $("*!$)( grounds. Angeli McMillan was "(!$$$1 but she was the leader of the pack. All wrong. Better luck next time. A north wind blew this question onto the Trivia Master’s desk. What are the three $1)!*!(%, %"! flagpole at Pensacola Beach Elementary School? To win you must have all three correct, because the Master will not cut a shirt into thirds. Salute and send your answers to islandtimes@ bellsouth.net with trivia in the subject line. Include your name and phone number. Deadline to answer is Tuesday, April 9. LUCKY 13 Gregory Campanella’s new lucky number is 13. The profes*"$ 1!)!)$$*( on Pensacola Beach has been assigned to Fire Station 13 located on Via de Luna. It’s across the street from his former elementary school. Welcome back to the Beach. GO ORANGE Ricky Ray is a Tennessee Vols football fan, so much so that he has a Big Orange Martini at Flounder’s on Tuesday nights. You will have to ask him for the recipe. BACK IN THE DAY Shawn Brown is the high tech guy at VisitPensacola. He’s responsible for keeping the electrons lined up and getting the right message to the right people. 7--'("(%!* job was working for Pam Jordan and then Mike Mead at Surf and Sail Boardsailing on Pensacola Beach. HE’S ONE Little Davis Manderson had a housefull of friends and family )*!!*-$!$% '*! day, March 23 including his big brother Carter, Mom Christie and Dad Trey. SETTING A DATE Sandy Huggins was all smiles as she showed off a sparkler on her left hand during the Krewe of Brewe Easter Bash at the Shaker. Seems she and long time beau Don Stevens are getting married, but not until next year. LOVE IS GRAND Brianne and Cullen Stanley $(!* )((*"1$""* versary last week. They had to get the champagne and good wishes out of the way. Both are avid anglers and it’s Cobia season. DUBAI DARLING World traveler Marcia Hoven has been to Dubai where she rode a camel, although she did not say if it was the winner of the Camel Beauty Contest. Stay tuned. Marcia promises to send one of her travel reports soon. CHAMBER HONORS Karen Cook Cowen was honored by the Pensacola Beach Chamber at their Business After Hours at The Grand Marlin March 26. After two decades of Chamber service coupled with her support of children in foster care, !$(-$(!! 4 Queen of the Chamber and in a more traditional tribute awarded her a plaque for her service. Her husband Bob, along with Mary Jo Tibbitts, Diane Tyson, Pete and Angela Moore, Gena Raymond and the Cook Realty staff were there to cheer. THE SHERIFF SAYS Lock your cars and doors! Enjoy the relaxed Beach lifestyle but don’t ignore the common sense safeguards for home and family. '%' Y 8< #88'$9E"j+

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PAGE Island Times April 2, 2013 Riding home on island roads should be smooth sailing for leaseholders if the recommendation of the Santa Rosa Island Authority’s Operations Committee is accepted by the Full Board. The Committee voted unanimously to move forward with repairs to ten stretches of roadway at a cost of 366,211 at their March 2 meeting. Committee Member Dave Pavlock urged board members in his motion to drive the secondary roads on the island and included a request for cost estimates to patch and restripe parking lots, rather than completely resurface. We need to start moving on this, said Pavlock. We have the money set aside. Mike Langston, Baskerville Donovan Engineer presented the report to the Board noting that the secondary roads were studied and rated, assigning a priority based on how soon a repair would need to take place. The report identi(*"!$( which would require repair in the next ten years. Also included in the report are parking lots and multi-use paths. SRIA Chairman Thomas Campanella, who serves as the only elected board member, said, This is a good report. The way I see it, you could get all the secondary roadways done first before you jump to the parking +"! $(* done, it does not preclude us from doing a parking lot. Pensacola Beach Advocates President Jim Cox applauded the decision to address this concern. I am delighted the board is going to invest in these roads, he said. Condition of neighborhood roads is one of the main concerns the PBA hears from residential leaseholders. Escambia County is responsible for maintenance of the main thoroughfares of Via de Luna, Ft. Pickens Road and Pensacola Beach Blvd. The SRIA is responsible for the secondary roads which are mainly residential. The cost estimate to repair the entire list of secondary roads is 1.77 million. The Roadway and Parking Lot Pavement Maintenance Program Cost Summary is online at www.myislandtimes.com. The Administrative Committee received a positive report from Finance Director Dottie ()!"(!"$" cials for January. Collection of January 213 lease fees totaled CEK$*"1<$"$% #'%CE+ The Committee approved a 3, allocation to ensure that the Pensacola Beach Rod Run rolls into the Casino Beach dur*"1'#+0!*event, which is proposed for Oc')('"( by the SRIA and produced by Rod Milligan of ET Promotions. Jason Nicholson, Regional Director of Operations for Innisfree Hotels, made the request, noting that the promoter requires 3, to put the show on the calendar and begin the marketing campaign. The Authority has approved a grant application which will be submitted to the BP Gulf Tourism and Seafood Promotion Fund to offset the costs of the entire Pensacola Beach Rod Run. Whether or not the grant will be funded, and when, are yet to be determined. Waiting on the grant approval will compress the window allowed to fully promote the show and might scrap the idea for 213, wrote Nicholson. I feel sure that the time of year, favorable weather patterns, beauty of our Beach and the hospitality of our locals will make the show a winner. According to SRIA staff, the show should be self-sustaining "$"*$%$!%$+ The Committee was not as quick to approve a request made by the Pensacola Beach Songwriters Festival organizers to the tune C+0!)."14" **"*!%$$"(*!( (*"1!).'+ It brings songwriters to perform at a variety of beach businesses, along with school visits, and contests. The request, made by the or ganizer Jim Pasquale, was to augment the festival’s marketing budget to include four months of billboard advertising along feeder highways. Pasquale noted that they, too, had submitted a request for funding from the BP Gulf Tourism and Seafood Promotion Fund. The Committee agreed with the promoters and their supporters that the festival is good for Pensacola Beach and brings overnight visitors to the island in the offseason. Committee Member Janice Gilley, who attended via teleconference, asked why the staff had not prepared a recommendation, so the Board could put this in context. The Committee voted to continue this item to the full board and staff is to prepare a recommendation. The Architectural and Environmental Committee accepted a report from Architect John Tice outlining three options to proceed in developing a new Visitor’s Center design and location. After a staff recommendation the Committee voted unanimously to have Bullock Tice Associates design the new Visitor’s Center and administer a competitive bidding process for the construction. The proposed fee for this service is 19,36. Committee Member Fred Gant wanted consideration for construction of a retail add-on to the site in the future. We could certainly consider that, said John Tice, President of Bullock Tice Architects. You -*1!'$'"1*$"( create under-building parking. The item will move to the Full Board meeting which is ;("($%5*#$+-+*" the SRIA boardroom. The meeting is open to the public. Agendas $"*"$)))+*$,$+-+Authority To Repair Bumpy, Beat Up Beach Roads

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PAGE Island Times April 2, 2013 aii peas, porridge & a dry martini 021242Owner Peggy Henshall is ready to keep you in stitches!aunierm aunieramnames, logos, custom artsmall or large quantities Marias 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.1 C S C B aiva Serving Breakfast & Lunch Award winning service... iaTarr mens nil ealrs Tar LindaMurphyRealtor@bellsouth.net www.pensacolagulfbreezehomes.com independenl oned and operaed Perfected in 197, after 23 years of trial and error by Grandma Dorothy. Great as a saladslaw dressing and as a marinade. Available at Apple Market and Joe Patti’s.March roared in like a lion and went out like a lamb, April &!)'*"1:$%, )$"( the Easter Bunny did not see his shadow. He did leave a whole bunch of eggs around the Island. Spring has sprung and the Breaker’s were everywhere hunting eggs. We had one meandering around the deck of the round, brown house in the wee hours of the morning. Poor fellow did "($"%114"!1!! searched up and down the street. 8! "($"%")!%)*" doubt be green. Maybe those tiny leprechauns left them lying around this year. Lots of people are very zealous about paying their bills online and saving postage, paper and trees. I am very zealous in continuing to write checks, mail*"1!-$"($4*"1 jobs. We can plant more trees, people. Don’t get me wrong, I love trees but I also love getting mail on Saturdays. What will you do if a tree comes between you and a job? Climb it? Or chop it down? The price of a postage stamp could save a job for someone you know. Worth thinking about, I think. Amy DePew and I took a short Road Trip to Destin. Amy won two tickets to see Alabama in concert at the Wharf on Orange Beach. We went to the radio station to pick them up, stopped in a shop for just a brief second and, of course Amy knew the man who owned the store! You can’t take her anywhere. Lucky for me, she’s chosen me to accompany her to the concert. We only have to wait until July We enjoyed a delicious lunch and brought home a few treasures to enjoy and share. I found a great Superwoman costume for granddaughter Sissy! It’s not quite the costume of her super heroine Wonder Woman, aka Caroline Provost, but it’s a great start for a seven-year-old. We may have to share the Tinker Bell costume. What I won’t be sharing is the exquisite pair of red gloves given to me as an early birthday gift. Amy found these in her Mother’s things while cleaning her family’s home. They have never been worn and were made by Van Raalte famous for stockings and underthings in the early 19s. I will surely have to turn up the air conditioner, but I will be wearing these beautiful gloves on June 22. They are such a special treasure with beautiful memories for Amy and me. The Ladies of Mental Health I*1!1!* 1*Paulette Provost’s new house on March 27. Well, okay we had a "$..'!*)$! MHN of the Spring and Paulette could not have been more happy to return to the East end of the island. Some of her temporary condo neighbors might be happier, too. There were a few who thought we were a bit too loud for the quiet condos, but the Spring Breakers served as a reminder that we were not quite as loud as we might have been in our twenties. If you’d like a tour of Paulette’s beautiful new home, $$$4$*" + Jeff Goudey, a.k.a. Watch Dog, is as nervous as a father whose only teenage daughter is tiptoeing home in the wee hours, pregnant and barefoot from the beach! Did I mention how lucky I am? I not only have the stove from Judy L’Oignon’s old beach house, but I also have the stove from Paulette’s old house. These two stoves not only have great memories but both are survivors of Hurricane Ivan the Terrible. Now that’s some Wooly Booger Who-do Voodoo right there! Sure brings some great karma to my little round, brown house. I’ll be heading down to Tampa to celebrate Lois Jernigan’s real birthday on April 16. Lois is having a bone marrow transplant and will have to stay in Tampa for two weeks afterward. According to her doctors, Lois will have two birthdays they call her transplant day her new birthday, but we intend to celebrate the new and the old. She will not be allowed visitors )')*$*$ cards from her friends. Courtney Winstead made the broccoli salad from the last issue of Island Times for the last MHN at Paulette’s condo. It was as delicious as it sounded and Courtney got it just right. The salad dressing is excellent and I hope you got a sample. Courtney and husband Jim also have exciting news to share since son James proposed to his girlfriend, Deborah Campana in a lovely setting in Monterey, California. Of course, she accepted his proposal and Court"%)* "$%!$4!"1 awaited daughter-in-law. Now for some grandbabies.James. The Mystic Krewe of Nereids and friends are planning a very special Mermaid Retreat this summer. If all goes well, we may have mermaids swimming on our own island! How much fun would it be to actually train to swim in a mermaid tail? We’ll let you know. We’ll soon be heading into summer and it will be too hot to cook. In the meantime, try this delicious and easy recipe for the best BBQ chicken you’ll ever eat. Let’s cook..Eas arbeue ien 4 piees ien 1 an p 12 1 ble arbeue saue up dar brn sugarCombine ingredients and pour over chicken in a skillet. Bring to a boil, cover and simmer until tender. Approximately one hour. Enjoy, share and put your toes in the sand. See ya in the kitchen. G Iris n e Island avenger un inners Melanie ill e, le and eammae Trae lar, ener, are ngraulaed b ea amber Presiden ile ae a e Mar 1 aards eremn agrund, isirs ener saer ris enr applauds e inners Beach Optimist Club Kentucky Derby Party Saturday, May 4 @ 3 pm $25 per ticket Reservations:850-384-7436

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Island Times PAGE April 2, 2013 Jennifer Byrom, P.A. !T &"!$'$!$&""&"#$$"($)*"+Tr irar i air916-9000 Earth Day... islandstyle AM to Noon !" Sea Turtle Homecoming 10 to 11:30 AM A Celebration of our Sea Turtles who Return to Nest Contests Activities 8 AM to Noon ~ events ~ Souvenir Cups Conservation Center prud spnsrs and urle riendl els Meet Mia April Beach Events Span Earth, Sea and SkyApril 2 Bands on the Beach, a free concert at the Gulfside Pavilion begins at 7 p.m. Not Quite Fab, a Beatles tribute band, will perform. Spectators are encouraged to bring beach chairs and blankets. Coolers are allowed. www.visitpensacolabeach.com April Florida Trail Association Hike The Trace. East River Bridge to Opal Beach. 7 a.m. April Beach Hike. Opal Beach to Core Area. 7 am April 6 Core Area to Ft. Pickens. am. Sign up and Meeting place details -92-99 or http www.meetup.comftawesterngat April Gulf Coast Interstate /$%+0! 44"*1! running relay and cycling relay. It’s 263 miles from New Orleans, Louisiana to Pensacola Beach. Crossing four states during the longest relay in the South and ending at the Gulfside Pavilion from to 11 p.m., and Saturday at 1 p.m. www.gulfcoastinterstaterelay.com April Star Gaze, Ft. Pickens. www.eaaa.netevents April 6 Tour de Cure. Cy**(*"1'" !5-* can Diabetes Association. Three distances, all routes include the beach road from Navarre Beach through Pensacola Beach. Start time, 71 a.m. Ends at Andrews Institute in Gulf Breeze. Email Lynn Cranford at lcranford@ diabetes.org April 6 Island Fights are Mixed Martial Arts style bouts, the Hilton Ballroom, p.m. 2 admission. httpswww.facebook.com events39767313122! events1117239 April 7 Gulf Coast Half Marathon at Pensacola Beach. Start at 7 a.m. Gulfside Pavilion. Awards party at Flounder’s at 1 a.m. www.gulfcoasthalf.com April 9 Bands on the Beach. 7 p.m. Gulfside Pavilion. True Blue plays. www.visitpensacolabeach.com April 11 Relay for Life Cancer Survivors Dinner, 63 p.m. Our Lady’s Hunt Hall. Ticket deadline April teachingmo@ aol.com April 12 Relay for Life, 6 p.m. Gulfside Pavilion. Ends at noon April 13. Details, Page 2. www.relayforlife.org April 12 Bamboo Willie’s 2$) !*4$+:*( fireworks. All weekend. www. bamboowillies.com April 13 Paddleboard for Preemies, 9 to Noon. Fitness on Board. Register at active.com or call -16-66. April 1 A Sunday of Sound*(&"('" !2!* dren’s Home Society. Gala event $ "+0*.C#+)))+ !, +1L&"(*(&"( April 16 Bands on the Beach. 7 p.m. Gulfside Pavilion. Dr. Breeze plays. www.visitpensacolabeach.com April 19 Star Gaze, Gulfside Pavilion. No charge. Open to public. At Dusk. Also on April 2. www.eaaa.netevents April 19 Cobia Phobia Fishing Tourney. Paradise Bar and Grill, Continues through April 21. httpswww.facebook.com events16972232?ref2 April 2 Earth Day...Islandstyle. to Noon, Casino Beach parking lot. Community Yard Sale, Free Shredding, Recycling information and giveaways, Goodwill truck. Sea Turtle Homecoming, Gulfside Pavilion, 1 to 113. www.pbadvocates.org. April 2 Five Flags Paddleboard Classic at The Grand Marlin. www.yoloboard.com April 2 Preemie Cup Regatta, Pensacola Beach Yacht Club and Key Sailing. Rick ern at zernrigging@gmail.com or call -261-129. April 23 Bands on the Beach. 7 p.m. Gulfside Pavilion. Mass Konfusion plays. www. visitpensacolabeach.com April 27 Lakeview Center Run For Their Lives K Run. Gulfside Pavilion, a.m. www. bhcpns.orgLakeviewCenter NewsEvents April 3 Bands on the Beach. 7 p.m. Gulfside Pavilion. Big Muddy plays. www.visitpensacolabeach.com

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PAGE 11 Island Times April 2, 2013uzz.........................B Business mmerial esidenial Appraisal, nsuling ales 13 B D G B FL 31 G aniel Green, MAI, A aeer Gen EA 3 eal Esae rer 1 PAWS CORNER...... Sam Mazzotta Exceeding Clients ExpectationsŽparadisecoastalrealty.com Kimberlee Bell Joe Billingsly Robbin Boyd Christine Furman Ardythe Haas Kevin Hayes Jennifer McCrary David Owens Shana Santos Fred Simmons Sandy Zern !""#$$$#$%&'()*+,G S 3 3 SF E TTA battalion of Levin Rinke Resort Realtors are Military Relocation Specialist with .S. Military on the Move. Karen Jurkowich, Linda Goneke, Mike Moran, Lynn Leggett, Jeremy Johnson and Mary Williams have earned this designation. .S. Military on the Move is a real estate rebate and referralrelocation program to allow qualifying active duty, retired military, wounded warriors, and DOD civilians to earn allowable rebates when buying or selling a home. TGive Judy Lenderman and the Bank of the South Island $"!'$".$!*1! 4+0! Bank of the South is consistently $( 4$'%$*"$" *$+0!$3$"! mance rating. T$(*)*$.40! Grand Marlin at noon on April during the Lunch and Learn series "$*"'%5(%3&.*" Care. Beach gals know Audrey McCarthy and her husband who is $"(:$*"32!11+0! topic is sun exposed skin care and David Brown of Environ is the featured speaker. 1 includes lunch. Yachtsmen in Canada got to read about our paradise in the April edition of Canadian Yachting magazine. It featured the entire state but Pensacola Beach and Perdido Key received top billing. 0!$*!*((!$"$$ is a better bet than Barbados. You can bet that the Pensacola Ski Club contingent who are traveling to the British Virgin Islands for a week of yachting will bring home -*+0$--%B is the trip leader, email her if you want more info, beachtkee@ yahoo.com.TBeach Chamber businesses who participated in the St. $((%3=$%'2$)!* sales raised 3, for Covenant Hospice. Leah Harrison accepted the check on behalf of Covenant during the Business After Hours, March 26. TT0!2!$-' awarded Don Richards, nited Peninsula Association the Nancy Keyes Spirit Award at their annual $$:$!+="3$Krewe of Coma King, Krewe ;.$"($*'$( --'+0!1(*-1%!$ a serious side as the President of !$"" +<*"*"1!**"!)*""3*)2$!% Burleigh, Gulf Coast Community Bank, the Emerging Leader of the Year Ambassador of the Year Dave Alverson, Gulf States Insurance Group Emerging Business of the Year Coastal Paddle Company and Business of the Year Bayside Collision Center. 0!4$$"(" the Beach free concerts begin tonight at 7 and will be hosted each 0($%$!*($4**" "*'+0!"( port this are generated by leasefee paying beach businesses and residents. Enjoy the music, buy dinner or drinks in a Beach busi"+0!!(*"*"$ www.visitpensacolabeach.com.T*"1 %"($ Casino Beach parking lot for free shredding, April 2, to noon. QD:%-!3(1>%?!$'"$!*"1$"(*!*"1 $!'$.1$"( -$!).")+ 8$-"!%, $ $-""!1$%$"(8$"3$"%, $+;!%*! itching? Some of the areas are looking very raw 5D8!*"4*(", $*%*1*"1! rect dosage for her weight, take her to the veterinarian for a closer look at her skin. She may have an allergy -either to something in !"4*"-"$-(*$*"!3$.*"1$(!3 $*"1+&!(!$4$$$***"*"!!$", $! could have another skin ailment. Her vet can check for a number of possibilities, and can prescribe medication to ease the itching. 0$-"-*1!*"(*")!*!!('("% a limited time, if possible.

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Island Times April 2, 2013 PAGE 12 Studio98 HAIR DESIGNS TT a erinar a FULL SERVICE HAIR SALON C av rTrai!"#$%& &' %#()# **++ ,-# /01 2#3#&4& 3*))# I rTrai LIVING BRINGS IT IN E TAKE IT OUTC U C 6" "$783"$ 9"#':!8%";"'8:4"" Pered eam lean Press n rge<0< Seeing Stars... your horoscope for next weekMadame Astra DJsBeach Cafe 3 ia de una across from Springhill Suites 0101 OPEN EVERYDA Y at 8 a.m. reaas8 AM TO NOONHAVE A BIG BEACH BREAKFAST! un11 AM TO 2 PM I AT3 PM TO 9 PM I A T O OPE Galaxy Girl andae egar EE EIE B L B PL it Sets ipstickusan aselon-elleMary Kay Independent Beauty ConsultantHeres to a more beautiful you! ree i ih orders oer 40as ordering online or b phone 850-9-865 ara.comshaselon e Shadow Frarances Skin are Sunscreen Hello my Pals, It’s Galaxy Girl here. What a crazy week it has been for me. I am madly working on a science fiction screenplay. I thought I had gotten most of the kinks out, but decided to review my notes from a screenwriter’s convention I attended. As I combed through my notes I discovered a horrible mistake I had made with more than half of my screenplay completely written. I thought there must be some mistake with my notes so I took out the DVD I had purchased during the convention. It just re-enforced my notes. Egads! I headed straight to a book I had purchased at the same convention, which of course, reenforced the notes and the DVD. What had I done? Well it was more what I hadn’t done. I didn’t identify, in the first few minutes of the screenplay, the hero’s goal. And what really put me in a funk was that I watched the original, Journey To The Center Of The Earth movie, just to make sure that the professionals were right. Really Galaxy Gal, questioning the pros? Yep, and there it was, the hero’s goal, right smack dab in the very beginning of the movie. Not only was my hero’s goal submerged around twenty minutes into the script, but it wasn’t well defined. I started really sinking down and thinking maybe I should just dump this thing. But then my husband, Ralph, said No, don’t worry about it. It will come to you. I played my music really loud, cleaned my kitchen, cleaned my bedroom, did all my chores that had been ignored because I was so focused on writing. I felt badly for my hero. Here he was, a hero with no real goal. I had cheated him. With no more thoughts or worries about my hero’s journey, I went to bed. The magic started to happen just like Ralph said. The dreaming began, and when I woke up my hero had a definite goal. Not only that, the new scenes fell into place and made a more natural introduction to my hero. It created a great deal of rewriting, but oh wow, it tightened up the play significantly. It also made me realize that screenwriting is a complex and difficult craft. So my hero and I are headed on journey which spans two planets, the moon and a few asteroids. And that my friends, is what makes it all worthwhile. See you later, next stop, the Moon! ARIES March 21 to April 19 Rumors of a change in the workplace could make you a mite uneasy about going ahead with implementing your ideas. Best advice Ignore the talk and proceed as planned. TARS April 2 to May 2 Everyone has an opinion on how to handle a recent business suggestion. Thank them for their advice. Then go ahead and follow your own fine instincts. GEMINI May 21 to June 2 While home is your main focus this week, new issues in the workplace need your attention as well. Take things step by step. Pressures ease in time for weekend fun. CANCER June 21 to July 22 Be less rigid when handling a relationship problem. You might believe youre in the right, but try to open your mind to the possibilities of facts youre currently not aware of. LEO July 23 to August 22 Leos and Leonas run at a hectic pace throughout much of the week. But by the weekend, the Lions Dens become a purrrfect place for you Fine Felines to relax in. VIRGO August 23 to September 22 Change is favored early in the week. This should make it easier for you to reassess your plans for handling a troubling professional relationship. Good luck. LIBRA September 23 to October 22 A suggestion from a colleague could give your professional project that long-needed boost. Meanwhile, someone close to you still needs your emotional support. SCORPIO October 23 to November 21 Before complying with a colleagues request, check to see that the action benefits all, not just one persons agenda. Continue firming up those travel plans. SAGITTARIS November 22 to December 21 Your social life is on the upswing, and the only problem is deciding which invitations to accept. Enjoy yourself before settling down for some serious work next week. CAPRICORN December 22 to January 19 With your creative aspects on high, you might want to restart your work on that novel or painting you put aside. Your efforts will bring a surge in your self-esteem. AQARIS January 2 to February 1 While youre generous with others, be sure youre not overlooking your own needs. Take time to assess your situation and make adjustments where necessary. PISCES February 19 to March 2 Being applauded for your achievement is great. But watch out that you dont start acting like a star. It could lose your valuable support with your next project. BORN THIS WEEK Your strong belief in justice, along with your leadership qualities, help you protect the rights of others. F T H C K B’ E B 5"'9"7 E E B I K B’

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Island Times PAGE 13 April 2, 2013SHAGGYS WATERFRONT BAR & GRILLFresh seafood served overlooking Little Sabine Bay. $, $ through the open air dining room and side bar. Laid back, funky, family 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. -93-2. www.shaggys.biz 850-932-1417 We have gone back to basics. Expect the same incredible quality food delivered in less time. FRIENDLY DOG Thursday off r diners eir riendl dg ree ids urger r id M R B R CENTS T S M I D M T D F F O M N eer Mug lub 9 € FLOUNDERS CHOWDER HOUSECelebrating 3 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 -peel ems. Kids love our Pirate Ship playground located on our beach well within view of dining parents. For late night 4"(3*!!)(3 "'$!'$"(+ Dance all night on Flounder’s beach to the most popular bands from across the south. "($%$).+&"($%"!+5!0$ *1!" beautiful Pensacola Beach, -932-23 )))+, "(!)(!+-CRABS WE GOT EMOnly 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 ="1"%3 "( them all! We have many other seafood favorites on our menu as well as a great assortment of chicken, steaks and pasta dishes. Don’t 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. Look for the Red Roof. -932-7 www.crabswegotem.comMCGUIRES IRISH PUBOne of America’s great steakhouses proudly serving SDA *-&$.$($"(8*!*$**"(*"18*! man’s bouillabaisse, Corned Beef and Cabbage and Shepherd’s Pie all inside a turn of the century New York Irish Saloon themed pub. McGuire’s is celebrated for its atmosphere, boasting more than 7, signed dollar bills hanging from the ceilings of the pub. Live entertainment coupled with great food and warm and friendly service by Employees who Give a Damn! Visit our on-site brewery and the O’Tolf Wine Cellar featuring the complete vertical collection of the Chateau Mouton Rothschild Artist Series. Featured on NBC’s Today’ Show, highly recommended by Fodors, Frommers and AAA travel guides, Florida Trend Magazine Hall of Fame Member. Open every day at 11, 33-679, mcguiresirishpub.com After Sundown......................................................................................................SIDELINES SPORTS BAR AND RESTAURANT&M="3-*$*"+&*$*"!*1!( "**"## big screens, 2 televisions. If it runs, jumps, races, it’s here. Famous for Thursday Wing Night. Burgers. Seafood and Ribs. Kids menu for the JV players. Full bar. Indoor or outdoor seating. Video sports games. Centrally located on Via de "$9$!-$*"$.*"1$"(!$ *1!+B*. off at 11 a.m. seven days a week. 93-366.SANDSHAKER LOUNGEThe World Famous Sandshakera Pensacola Beach Tradition since 1973. Home of the Original Bushwacker. Been selling this signature drink for over 3 years. First bar on the Beach to offer this tasty frozen concoction. Monday half price BARE 1 a.m. til close T Hold’Em at 7 p.m., 2 Tuesday Karaoke, Wednesday 2 Ladies Nite, Thursday half price T-Shirt Nite. Live Entertainment Year Round Wednesday thru Sunday. Check out the Gift Shop. Across from the Boardwalk. Open 1 am 3 am. -932-2211. www.sandshaker.com PARADISE BAR AND GRILLA 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. Live Music. Exotic Libations. Friendly locals. Lunch and Dinner everyday. Sandwiches. Salads. Fresh Catch of the Day. Renee’s Famous Shrimp Salad. Happy Hour 11-7. Live Bands. Poker on Monday and Wednesday. Tucked away in the parking lot of the Paradise Inn, it’s directly on Santa Rosa Sound. Boat and Bicycle parking. Open 7 days. -916-7.PEGLEG PETESAhoy, Matey. You’ve 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 LaFitte Cove. All kinds of oysters. Live lobster. Gumbo. Dinner specials nightly. Sizeable sandwiches and burgers for Landlubbers. Take home a t-shirt. Look for the Jolly Rogers %*"14!)"(!8$"($##*."/$(+ We’re here everyday at 11. 932-139. www.peglegpetes.com BAMBOO WILLIES BEACHSIDE BARA beach experience under the giant thatched roof. Open air bar serving your favorites. Specialty Fat Tuesday frozen drinks like the Octane 19. Live music on stage. Bikini contests. Craw!*"&" day afternoons. Willie’s Wear Gift Shop. Waterfront on Santa Rosa Sound. Located at the Boardwalk. -916-9. www.bamboowillies.com abineandbarm 1 Pensala ea lvd a e abine Marina A 3 B BINGO 3 T A K B F A K B S A B T L D S A S B A 1 B BINGO 3 T A 11 K B F A 1 K B S A 13 T B S A 1 L M en eerda a AM-app ur
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Island Times PAGE 1 April 2, 2013 By Terri McKamey O S S EAE ETA Pensala ea a e ardal 03220eailingm OPE eaer permiing aamarans Parasailing averunners aas a enals et a of your ey ailing un Earth Day... islandstyleSatApr 208 / Noon Casino Beach M 1 AM C H D S BARE C T3 1 AM C B K B PM L N PMC B M B 3 PM R PMC 1 D S S L M PM SUN: 9PM TIL KARAOKE & MUSIC W/DJ VIC `E9'" 0322211 Somethings always Shakin GEAT I a GEAT PIE sine 13 Bands perform Wednesday thru Sundayon the Shaker Stage sandshaker.com Online Calendar Wed, 4/3 Tree-O Fish Sandwich Shake for A Cure Fundraiser Tree-O Celebrate like its summer at THE SHAKER Just because spring has arrived with cooler than normal temps, lots of wind and muddy )$("F-$"! !$"F here. There are Sheepshead anywhere there are piers or structures. Huge action on all the piers. Everyones been calling or stopping by to show off their Sheepshead. Bryce Turner caught some nice Sheepshead last week. They have been hitting on shrimp and sand fleas, but not fiddler crabs, at least for me. Went out to Fort Pickens Pier and nabbed some nice ones myself. Lots of Whiting and Pompano right before this cold snap and they will be there for those %)!*. !*"1$ spring. Marcus Morgan almost land(! 2'*$:$!#E+7 hooked into a really nice one at Pensacola Beach Fishing Pier but had problems with his gear trying to get it in. Dont worry Marcus, ).")%)*1%2'*$+ The guys on the boats have been reporting seeing lots of big Sheepshead, some nice sized Red Snapper that we cant keep until June, a few Black Drum and -$%'*1/( !+ As the waters clear from the $*"!/( !$"(&.( Trout have come alive. Huge catches of Speckled Trout, solid ($%$!*"1##/( *"!E*"!$"1*"!$ low water are ahead. You should be starting to see some top-water strikes, especially from hungry /( !(*"1!$%-"*"1 and late afternoon hours. The big Spanish will be showing up in just a few weeks. @$"$!! !*"! 4 to seven pound range very consistently. If you put a seven pound Spanish Mackerel on the end of a #"(*""*"1 $" )*1!, %(%1% a real handful. It won’t be long '!'*1!24$ Jacks start to show up, too. !*"1$*"*"! and offshore. Sign up for the Gulf Breeze Bait and Tackle Pompano Tourney with winners every week through May. What Are you waiting for? $'$.*($"(1 !*"1M7$% &*"1M !&&U4&&=*$Y#x+=*8< # >%*U #>* e ld prs re Turner aug ese # 7 r p a u uld lie sare i ur readers end ~% INfo WANTED% % ITE Tis is an invasive % /#% Please all lrida Een 8$&> {Hq_`HHMEq9~ edu e ill elp u eradi

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Island Times Volume VIX, Number 1 Pensacola Beach, Florida April 30, 2013 Hats Off To The Optimists Tip your hat to the Beach Optimists at their annual Kentucky Derby Run for the Roses Party, May 4 at the Santa Rosa Dunes Clubh ouse. Everything from fashionable fedoras to outlandish and ornate chapeaus will be paraded out on Derby Day. Working behind the scenes to plan the annual fundraiser are (from left): Beverly Dufrechou, Optimist President Debbie Campanella, Gayle Crume, Pat Spencer, Dr. Chuck Randle Beach School Principal Jeff Castleberry (background), Jane McGrath, Louise Greenley, Mary Ann Claus, and Derby Party founder and Kentucky Co lonel Carleen Wheeler. It’s almost post time. Race to page 2 for the details.

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PAGE 2 Island Times April 30, 2013 Published every other Tuesday SHELLEY W. JOHNSON, PUBLISHER !" ###$islandtimes@bellsouth.net www.MyIslandTimes.comNo portion of this publication may be reproduced without the consent of the publisher. Island Times %&'!$()*$$"+ +(,&$-&". '&(%!"$$$! &/&$0&""$"++0" !!$!!&+"$ !$!)!(%!0+ ""1&"*"+$&! !$""$2"'45'$ ')$+$'-$'5*&""&"*$ (/($!)$"$6$4" 75!(%!0$&"+ $'/&$"/+&" $5$!1&"7!!& 40"/0&!$/&"8 5$"0$*&"*0&"+0 $"+1&&"1&0&"*! $&"*$&"(%!9"' !&"*$"++&"*!! $+&"*&/( 7$":!&$&" !$++0!"!' $5! "$+&&"45' 4$'(%!"*&/$!*$& $2"'7"$"+/ $+$'0&+"!$/' +$+!$0!&!! $! "$!"! &/&759#"+$&( Guests should arrive at the 75!0$&"*!$(%! 8+*0!&+"&&$$ '*$++5*&" !&$3$"$!+ "$(/(%!'$3 &"*$*$+&&"$ $"+$&1!$(;0$+0&5 /$+&"!:&""97&&/ /+&$'0&"*!$( %!0"' 1+$+ "$&"&"+"'!$ '051$*$"++&& +(4"9$1'$! $"+!3$!/(%! &/& 5&"*$$ $&" !$'$"+ *$$ 0+5&+ "5/ &"*$2" '45' !0"( <$!! *" !$&" 5$"+ $!+ $* "! !$&$5 $/$&*" !$! &/& ( The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ptimist Club Trots Out Annual Fundraiser Krista Pate won the 2012 Pensacola Beach Optimists’ Kentucky Derby Hat Contest.-"&*"4&1"$$ ( ;!2"'7 "7$":!! $'?&++'D9!$1$ *+&/(> 139thKentucky Derby EntriesBlack Onyx Charming Kitten Code West Falling Sky Frac Daddy Golden Soul Goldencents Govenor Charlie Itsmyluckyday Java’s War Lines of Battle Mylute Normandy Invasion Orb Overanalyze Oxbow Palace Malice Revolutionary Super Ninety Nine Tiz A Minister Verrazano Vyjack Will Take Charge%!&/$'$!) &$<&" &+$, 4&&$&%+$' -$'#(%!$!7!!0& 1$!&"*$$"+ 0&5"/$(/( (/(A&$+$!" ;1"&+$#$"+C&$+"$( <$/5&$7"')1& <&"4$1&+)$+ $&+&&&/$""?%! -$'#&/$'&"0&5 ""'*&+65 &$"&",4&&+ &+$9+&/$'$0( ;*&+1&", 4&&*$+$'$ &$&"0&5&*&51 &"!."##*"$&"(> <$'C&"*&$1$&$5 /-$'!*!-$'##( %!0!0+&3= $"$5"5$/$'+ !*!-$'( 65&$"$"+&+$$ <+$'AAA)-&.$ @54$1&+6$+&-$3 %$'$"+-&3,&(4/$ ./'$&$ +$$$" +&+$( %!)1&< &" &$+&"" $$$#$$$ "+(%!!""/5 &EE$"+&"&" $000($/5&$1(/Republican Candidates Vie For District Two SeatBring A Book, Take A Book A Little Free Library Perfect For Beach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he Little Free Library at Ensenada Uno, Pensacola Beach.

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Island TimesPAGE 3Forever ...Barefoot on the BeachAs a tribute to Jane Waters who passed away January 10, 2012 Island Times will continue to run some of Jane’s favorite columns for your enjoyment April 30, 2013 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 9 3 4 3 6 6 0 "#""$" WINGS49Every Thursdayc Monday Cajun Nite Tuesday Surf and Turf Wed Mexican Madness Specials Tues: %&" of Wine Wed: !" Specials Thurs: !" Specials T u e s d a y S u r f a n d T u r f T u e s d a y S u r f a n d T u r f W e d M e x i c a n M a d n e s s W e d M e x i c a n M a d n e s s All Sports Always On '(")"* May 10, 1985When Liz walked across the stage at the University of West Florida’s Commencement last Saturday, and I heard the name, “Elizabeth Klyne Waters,” it didn’t hit me. She was grinning big time and I was thinking how proud I am of her accomplishments. She collected her diploma and returned to her 450 peers. I watched Jeremy take a bouquet J 0!&;"&(A& tened intently to the platitudes of speakers. I stood when the Dean asked those of us who had been partly responsible for this graduation to be recognized. Then, as the militant recessional began, I made my way to the front of the Field House, so I could catch Liz as she left to tell her how proud I was of her. She came along, smiling, broke from the line, hugged me, and said, “Thank you, Mom.” ;"+!"&!$"+(A0$$ beginning for Liz and an ending for me. One of the biggest challenges of the last eight years of my life has been my attempt to help my daughters gain a college +$&"(;"+"0&0$1( Liz, at twenty, was my youngest daughter and the youngest member of the 1985 graduating class at UWF. I could hardly believe there would be no tuition check to write next Fall, no one would be agonizing over term papers or taking exams. It had all been an exhausting uphill battle, but we had won. They all three had earned their bachelor degrees. ;"+&"&& Mother’s Day, I looked around the crowd and saw other mothers feeling as I did. Tears were streaming down the faces of Diedre and her mother. Diedre had been a classmate of Liz’s at Catholic High School. She was injured in an accident and paralyzed for life. Diedre is black and bound to a wheelchair, but she and her mom saw her through the academics which led to her graduation last Saturday. The tears had to be for happiness, but also for pride and relief that their ordeal had come to culmination which would prepare Diedre, in some way, for a decent future. So, what is a Mother for? Mostly, she just has to be there. She has to hang on. She has to go through every day with every child, taking the good times and the bad times and the &"50"&/&"&+(;"+ if she does, will everything turn up roses? Probably not. But, still the very striving and living and giving of herself to a human being of her own creation, can only bring waves of satisfaction and happiness. I have watched my daughters win many awards in academics and in athletics. I have heard them crying over major and minor tragedies over the years. ;$'&//A!$1 spent the greater part of my life being a mother in every sense of the word as I understand it. ;"+&/!!+!" !$0"+;/&$"&"& &"&&$+5B;$ as I am concerned, “yes.” Thanks to Candy, Shelley and Liz, a resounding “yes.” You know, I really could be considered an authority on motherhood. I’ve 5"!(;"*"*&/K Pensacola Beach bar owners Matt Hartley and Dave Kelly are rolling out the red carpet for the biggest Pub Pedal Poker Run ever, Sunday, May 5. Registration for the event begins at the historic Islander Lounge at 11 a.m. For a $25 donation, bicycle riders will be given a limited edition t-shirt, entry into the poker run, one playing card and admission to the post run awards party. Riders pick up playing cards at additional locations, hoping to have a winning poker hand. ;/$3&"*$!)!$3 ;!$&=$"+7$9"" the route ends at The Break. That’s where the party starts rolling about 3:30 p.m. Entrants are treated to a $!&'&+ !0&! $! &"$"+++$5 courtesy of the hosts. Brooks will take the stage at 4 p.m. to entertain the crowds. If you have a really great poker hand or a really terrible one, you may earn one of the prizes. There is a total of $500 in cash and prizes that will be awarded. The frivolity has a serious side for the friends of Paul Grover, a native Pensacolian who graduated from Catholic High. Grover, who coaches basketball at Jay High School, is battling cancer. “Paul used pure determina&"5$! *&/+&$* nosis in 2011,” said longtime friend Nora Jones. “In December of 2012 Paul received some bad news, again. The cancer that was in his colon spread to his liver. He had surgery to remove the mass and has been doing chemotherapy since January.” So, the good time can be a *+++$0(;!$" help a local man defray some of the mounting expenses associated with his care. Organizers encourage you to decorate your ride, bring your friends and pedal to the pubs.

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PAGE 4 Island TimesApril 30, 2013 PEOPLE ? ? ??? ? ? ? ? ? ?? ??? ? ? ?? ? ? T ? ?? ?rivia? ?? ?NEW OARD Ray Turner has a brand new 2013 YOLO paddleboard to skim along the waterways. He had the winning ticket at the Five Flags Paddleboard Classic, April 20. %!$J !+$%!$"+ Marlin by Coastal Paddleboard 7/$"'5" +!<$* Fund. G WNNER %&/-<1'0$+$+ the new champion of the 1-2-3 Nest! Celebrity Contest at the Sea Turtle Homecoming, April $!&+$1&&"(, 0$!&"$ +!$&"++ defending Champion Joe McCay of Margaritaville Beach Hotel, 7//&&"165&"" )6A;$+-/5+$" Beach School Principal Jeff Castleberry, Channel 3’s Anthony Pura, PNJ Writer Kim Blair and Gulf Breeze News Publisher Lisa Newell. ACK TO TE EAC .'&$"+%&1&$$' 0"$"+!5$"+:$ are back on Pensacola Beach. 0"$'"/"+$'( She is staying on the island until November. YELLOW CARDS Have you retrieved a yellow Drift Card from the water or sandy beach? Researchers from Texas A&M released the cards +'!$"+!0$( About half of the 85 responses have come from Pensacola Beach. A total of 250 cards were released during April; but there are more set to be released this summer. FNE TNED )$0$6&F+1" has the blues; and he is happy about it. He’s tuned up his vocals and guitar. His bandmates are doing the same. The New Saltwater Blues Band is set to perform on a stage near you real soon. FLAT STANLEY Did anyone get to meet Flat Stanley on the Beach last week? Beach gal Penny Jenkins was shepherding him to all the hot spots. The wind nearly carted !&/$!<$!4$'1" !!$+$1&"$ + for a while. He was last seen in her bicycle basket dancing to !.!$$"+"$! Paradise stage. GAMLNG GMA Deb Friedman has turned into a Poker Diva. She’s a talented gal who has danced, sung, warded off hurricanes, and works full time at Pensacola State College. Her latest endeavor is shaking up the old guard at the Texas ,+L
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PAGE Island Times April 30, 2013 The Show Must Go OnAlthough the Blue Angels will not fly, the Pensacola Beach Air Show, July 12-13, will feature twenty-four civilian pilots performing thrilling aerial maneuvers according to Santa Rosa Island Authority xecutive Director Buck Lee. “This is going to be a great weekend on Pensacola Beach,” said Lee at the April 2 press conference. “We want locals and visitors to come out and enjoy the show.” Among the acts are Skip Stewart, Kevin Coleman, Lima Lima, Team Aerodynamix, ary Ward and warbirds Red Star and The Dragon. Otto The Helicopter, will 5/&"*! &/ on the Beach. His performance is made possible through a sponsorship by Shaggy’s owner Ron Ladner. Also new this year is a free concert, Saturday, July 13 at the ulfside Pavilion. The Tams from Atlanta will take the stage at 7 p.m. As is the tradition during air show weekends, vendors will be selling souvenirs and refreshments under the big tent at Show Central. Boogie, Inc. will entertain the spectators and provide sound support before, during and after the show. Lee intends to invite the Blue Angels pilots to sign autographs for the fans. The Santa Rosa Island Authority has budgeted 125,000 for the air show and concert. There is no charge to the public. Island Authority ommittees iscuss co Trail Signs, Turtle Lighting and MonitoringThe sensitive nature of a barrier island and its inhabitants came before the Santa Rosa Island Authority Architectural and nvironmental Committee at their April 2 meeting. After giving unanimous approval to a renewal of the Turtle Monitoring agreement between the SRIA and the National Park Service, the Committee addressed scambia County’s Turtle Lighting Ordinance. Paolo hio, SRIA director of Developmental and nvironmental Services, stated that in order to qualify for a permit to renourish the beaches, a turtle lighting ordinance should be in place. “We need to renourish the ulf front beach for economic reasons and for storm protection,” said hio. The Ordinance, which requires new construction to comply with turtle-friendly lighting standards, allows a grace period 1'$&&"*&*!&"*( Tim Day, scambia County environmental program manager, dispelled some of the misconceptions about enforcement and penalties. An annual lighting assessment is performed and properties with lights visible from the Beach 0&5"& +( For residents, it may be as simple as changing a bulb or turning off a light, but for commercial leaseholders compliance could be $!$1' "$"&$5+"(4&"* the nine month draft process, stakeholders’ input was collected. Ron llington, speaking on behalf of Innisfree hotels, remarked that he had attended a series of meetings with other lease!+*!& "$+$( “In the spirit of trying to do the best for all, including the turtles, we are extremely supportive of the ordinance,” he said. SRIA board members Janice illey and Thomas Campanella voiced concerns about the renourishment permit being tied to the passage of the lighting ordinance as well as the fact that the lighting rules do not apply uniformly across the island. The Committee voted in favor of adoption, 2 to 1. Campanella cast his dissenting vote to bring the item to the Full Board’s agenda, May 1. The Committee reviewed a list of previously unfunded projects which included upgrades to a recreational basketball court, sidewalk repair and Sabine Channel dredging. The Authority has two dredging projects which are tied to each other. The Sabine Dredging will allow for a barge carrying the spoils from LaFitte Cove dredging to deposit them on land. The LaFitte Cove sand will now remain on the island for future use in renourishment projects. hio brought news about Red Fish, Blue Fish a green restaurant, which is slated for the soundfront, north of the Wheel. The restaurant continued to move forward in the approval process with a proposed Memorial Day Weekend opening date. The Administrative Committee received a recommendation from W Bullock Associates selecting a vendor for the “Footprints in the Sand co Trail” signs. The item will move to the full board for a decision. Development and Leasing Committee Member d uernsey gave an update on the data collected comparing taxes and fees in neighboring areas. This was in response to the Ad Valorem tax issue that is being considered by the State Supreme Court. The study and summary are still being prepared, but he made a few preliminary comments. “If Ad Valorem taxes stay, then lease fees could go away, so 0"+ "+$"$"$"+ ing source for the SRIA,” he said. “We have to look at every possible way to continue to provide a level of service to the leaseholders, businesses, locals and tourists from all over the world.” The Full Board of the Santa Rosa Island Authority meets Wednesday, May 1 at 5 p.m. in the boardroom at 1 Via de Luna. Meetings are open to the public.

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PAGE Island Times April 30, 2013 aii peas, porridge & a dry martini 021242Owner Peggy Henshall is ready to keep you in stitches!anierm anieramnames, logos, custom artsmall or large quantities Marias 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.621 Cervantes Street Call for directions fro the each aiva Serving Breakfast & Lunch Award winning service... iaTarr Womens ouncil of Realtors Tar LindaMurphyRealtor@bellsouth.net www.pensacolagulfbreezehomes.com independenl oned and operaed Perfected in 1957, after 23 years of trial and error by randma Dorothy. reat as a saladslaw dressing and as a marinade. Available at Apple Market and Joe Patti’s. Beach Optimist Club Kentucky Derby Party Saturday, May 4 @ 3 pm $25 per ticket Reservations:850-384-7436As promised, this week’s “Dry Martini” is coming to you live from Tampa where Lois Jernigan has completed her bone marrow transplant. Talk about a journey.. Right now we could both use a nice dry martini but unfortunately that’s not on the list of acceptable foods approved /7$"7"9+& etician. I think a Martini makes a great dessert after a nice meal. It’s loaded with calories, served in a beautiful glass, and looks delicious when perfectly chilled $"++0&!$5&*5$& ful green olive for garnish. Now really, who wouldn’t want one of those? After all, creating a perfect Martini is a form of art. very bartender can tell you that. So with dietician’s list in hand, I headed for the closest supermarket. Do you know how !$+&& "+!&*!$&& cream these days? I was very surprised to learn that fudge pops are now only 0 to 60 calories. You can burn that many calories just walking to the freeer to get "(A!&"3A5"+/$ ries shopping for the food and $&"*!/$!$"& &1+/$&"*!/(,0 ever, one of us will be coming home heavier than when we left and I’m afraid it won’t be Lois! If only someone would come up with a way to offer $$"$"(M3"0 have someone wanting to lose weight on one operating table 0&!!0&*!*$&"&"*&& ent on the other. Then you just hook up the lines and start the $"(:+"9!$5/ thing? verybody goes home happy! A"50"!&"*3 ing, cleaning, driving to and from appointments, waiting in pharmacies and learning way more than I ever wanted to about !&$$"+!/+&$ &"A"/'$&/$+ ing old Islander newspapers. From this, I realied that I must have spent quite a bit of time drinking Martinis since a lot of the old news was new to me! A3"0$$" member the old Waterslide that was located behind the current %&3&A$"+ in the early 80s. I remember that I never went down that slide and it was eventually abandoned by the owner when he could no longer afford the insurance and !&"11+&"&$ tion. But do you remember or know that we could have had a fabulous Water Park on that site? The plans included a lay &1&+J /&+$"++ slides in addition to other water related rides. It would also have !$+"+$&"$$&& ties which would have featured shops, restaurants and a spa. It never happened because the )6A;+$1" &"$#//&" conjunction with the Water Park. Funny cause we sorta have something like that now minus all the extras. Did you know or remember !$!<$/5&$7"'7$" 7//"&'0$"+$$" ;/&"/1$*7"$&" Unit on the Island as early as 1985? This was recycling in those days. However, the Unit was a 0’ enclosed aluminum 1$"'$&(NA0"+& it would have been made from recycled aluminum beverage cans? I know most of y’all //5!7$"-$"0! did a much better job with a lot less space. It might have taken !&/$0'$5!1" ally purchased a brand new truck with his can money. Now that’s a dedicated recycler and a man with a goal! ,0/$"'A$"+ member the Reverend Doctor Papa Joe with his old truck and his special female companion? And no, that wasn’t in any of the old newspapers so far anyway I just got a giggle when I thought about it. Papa Joe sure had a lot of fun with his “woman” and his truck. Remember how he refused to purchase a bridge pass? He went to jail more than once, but he told me one time that he only went to jail when he wanted to go to jail. That was just to make his point. Besides, !3"01'.+*&"<$/ 5&$7"'(:!"!+1 to the toll gate, if they didn’t wave him through quick enough he would turn off his truck. It 0+$3$5#/&"5 fore the truck would crank again $&"*//$8$ 5$ ups on the Bob Sikes Bridge. They eventually gave up and just waved him on through. A/&!++$'/ times but never more than I miss those who made them so special. These wonderful people were and still are legends to me and I’ll always be grateful to have known and loved them. I would 10"$3 +$+0&!!$+$"+0$$ tures that would better represent the memory of Harry owens with the honor he deserved and earned. The old days may be gone, but we’re still having fun and /$3&"*//&(A' member the old Sun Ray Taco Shop which was originally the Sun Ray Oyster Bar, then you 3"0&9&/5$7&" de Mayo! For some of us, that /$"$&1!7$* '!)$$"+!?3 for the Pensacola Beach Women Lounge” which sits directly on !7"$O<$"&/" line. So grab your sombrero! Here’s a great recipe with some real calories to celebrate the Fifth of May. Let’s cook..Shrip acon uesadillas slies an, ed pped 1 l medim srimp peeled, deeined aled lenise 4 sp eeale il se 1 sp per rilla "" 2 ps sredded nere a eese p reen nins, pped lied aad, salsa and sr reamAfter cooking bacon until crisp, drain and chop. Pour off grease, then add shrimp to frying pan and cook until pink, stirring often. Set aside. Heat 1 tsp. oil in pan over medium high heat. Set tortilla in pan and sprinkle half of it with bacon, shrimp, !$"+"&"(+& $1 &"*$"++0" *"'(731+"& 50"+"&"*"N$& /$'/&"$Q(%$" fer to plate and repeat with each &$(7$!=$+&$&" pieces. Serve with avocado, salsa and sour cream. njoy and don’t forget to share! See ya in the kitchen Pensacola Beach Yacht Club Yard Sale Yacht Club on Pensacola Beach Blvd. next to Sabine Sandbar

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Island Times PAGE April 30, 2013 Jennifer Byrom, P.A. !The hiring of a layer is an iportant decision that should not e ased solely upon advertiseents &"!$+$!$&""&"#$$",$-."/Tr irar i air916-9000 Blue Sky Gift Shoppeeed a i r mm e are R e ni #$%&"'*+-/567%#87$66 SUN MAY 5 Proceeds Benefit our friend Paul Grover REGISTRATION STOP #2 STOP #3 STOP #4 LAST STOP 11 am to 1 pm T-shirt & 1st Card 1:30 to 2 pm 2nd card 2 to 2:30 pm 3rd card 2:30 to 3 pm 4th Card 3 pm til FINAL CARD Free Beer & Fish Fry Pensacola Beach Advocates member Lois Hausman has been awarded a National Coca-Cola Recycling Container rant. The award will bring 5 new recycling bins to be placed at trolley stops and SRIA buildings among other key locations. In its eighth year, the CocaColaKeep America Beautiful Recycling Bin rant Program continues to recognie the significant need for public space recycling bins with over 1,200 applications received. Hausman’s grant was among the 11 awarded to communities nationwide. “One of the main barriers to recycling is convenience. Providing a recycling bin helps communities overcome that barrier,” said Matthew M. McKenna, president and CO, Keep America Beautiful. “We are truly grateful for Coca-Cola’s support and commitment to recycling, and for its support and commitment of the Bin rant Program.” As public space recycling becomes more common, communities are asking for recycling bins to be made available at athletic +$"+$&5$&0!& walking down the street or at their hometown art or music festival. The Santa Rosa Island Authority currently maintains recycling bins at beachside locations. They will place the additional bins, upon arrival. Recipients were chosen by Keep America Beautiful based on criteria including level of need, recycling experience and the ability of applicants to sustain their program in the future. Information about the grant program is available at http:bingrant.org. each esident Wins ational "#$rant Helps Decrease the Main Recycling Bar rier: Convenience

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PAGE Island Times April 30, 2013 The School Bell Rings Beach School Sandpipers who were named to the Honor Roll for the third nine weeks are:eie ampanellas end Grade lassA Honor Roll lia Abston, Baylen Crance, McKell Spring, Katie Turk AB Honor Roll Kate Allen, Aiden Bebout, Maggie Feltenberger, Victoria ara, ach iovanini, mery Hasell, li Jones, Morgan Kronlage, racyn Phelps, Daniel Selogy, avin Strickland, Hollyn Will arines Tird Grade lassAll A Honor Roll Charlie Atkins, Metallica Bourgeois, Natalia Dadisman, mory ardner, Ryan Johnson, Jack Landis, Kacie May, rin Wang AB Honor Roll Cyrus Amjad, Taylor Brame, racie Clay, Brianna Dion, Skylar Farej, Jack aiennie, Aubree Hampton, lena Hynes, Madeline Johnson, Max Kronlage, Michael Mabire, Matthew McCoy, Savannah Persky, David Reece, John Reece, Dylan SeekerErin lsns r Grade lassAll A Honor Roll Lauren Feltenberger, Lauren Kent, Max Mateer, Ryland McCurdy, Lauren Thompson, John Turk AB Honor Roll Hannah Buchalter, Micha Clark, Macy Claire Cronin, Alana DePascalis, Libbie Frierdich, Kai Hoffert, Jude Hunter, Ryan Jenkins, Jenny Molyneaux, Mia Montgomery, Ai Parries, Jocelyn Reeves, McKaylie UhlTara Trs i Grade lassAll A Honor Roll Mason Bourgeois, Tanner Braxton, Chloe Kauffman, Jon Sawyer Smith AB Honor Roll <$;/)$5 rant ainnie, Cali Hargrove, rin Johnson, Matthew McCurdy, John McDowell, Kimberly Noble, Dylan Renfroe, Tekoah Roby, ack Smoker TTT Congratulations to the follow ulf Breee Middle and High School students who have been named to the Honor Roll for the third nine-week grading period:i GradeAll A Honor Roll Carlee Amberson, Madison Clay, Chloe Huntley, Ariel Deputy, Devon lliott Anabel Jacobs, Hannah May, Cayson McCurdy, Nicole Niven ,Sophia Slobodian, Sydney Truax, mily Wang AB Honor Roll Austin arle ,Ashley Price, race Reece, Joshua Thompsoneen GradeAll A Honor Roll Kedron Burt, Morgan Churchill, Abigail Jacobs, Lauren )3$0"F!H$F3 AB Honor Roll Blair Amberson, Bryce Callahan, Heidi lkins, Adeleine Frierdich, Avery ibson, Joseph oodroe, Macy Mateer, Meredith McCurdy, Larissa Medve, Ali Salaar, Justin Smoker, Katelyn Stahl, John SweetEi GradeAll A Honor Roll Colin Adams, Benton Byrd, Shelby Dunne, Richard arle, Mary lliot, Kylie Finkbone, Jack Flores, Maddie race McCurdy, Reddon McLaurine, Reilly Thompson AB Honor Roll Justine Boyce, Angelica Dempsey, Justin Fruitticher, Daniel reen, Patrick Hodges, Joshua Priest in GadeAll A Honor Roll Alexandra Slobodian, Madison Thompson AB Honor Roll Sara Burnett, Jacob Baldwin, Harry Hewson, Lia Lampone, mily Larsen, James Seabrooke, Hannah Watson, Robert WrightTen GradeAll A Honor Roll Caroline Craighead, Savannah Crowdis, William reen, Madeline Mateer, Sara Post AB Honor Roll Morgan Armstrong, Dalton Cramer, Jon rigsby, Duncan Niven, William Royer, Kiley StrombergEleen GradeAll A Honor Roll Savannah Dunne, Mollie Johnson, Mitchell Robbins, Ciara Spencer, Bailey Trcinski AB Honor Roll Christopher Brandon, Reghan lliott, Kylie Feltenberger, Cate Hodges, Kimberly Stilson, Haley Watson, Andrea WassnerTel GradeAll A Honor Roll Anna Bailey, Nicholas Bookout, Samantha Burleigh, Olivia Burns, Matthew Craighead, PJ Dunne, Jack ttelson, Adam Foley, Kendall Hoover, Marina Johnson, Jessica Koch, Alexa McKnight, ric Post, Sarah race Stewart, Harley Taylor, Kaitlyn Tutt AB Honor Roll Maylee Crockford, Chase Dupuis, Thomas Fitgerald, Michael Lillo, Nicholas ome Wukich Pensacola Beach lementary School Board voted unanimously at their April 22 meeting to complete renovations to three classrooms and add new carpet during the summer. As part of the motion, a new awning which covers the outdoor lunchroom was approved. The previous one was damaged in the recent windstorm. Additional fabric shield storm coverings, text books and reading series, along with water fountains were also on the list. TTT The Spring Fling, a fundraiser to support the Beach School music and art department, is set for Flounder’s Wednesday, May 15. The final day of school is Friday June 7 and it is an early release day.

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Now I have wined and dined all over this alaxy you know the Milky Way alaxy. And I just had an out of this world experience at Shaggy’s right here on Pensacola Beach. ood food, good music, good fun! Speaking of Pensacola Beach, we have Sea Turtle Moms and their babies to look after. I nearly fainted when I found out these Moms lay a whopping 100 eggs several times per season. Sadly, only a mere six baby turtles will survive. Pensacola Beach’s Loggerhead Sea Turtles can grow several feet, huge proportions. No wonder they can lay 100 eggs in one nest. Yikes! This is an opportunity for everyone to be a foster parent. Look at it this way. There may be a planet out there with turtlelike aliens who are the dominant species. And just maybe humans are the more fragile group. What? Not buying it? Where have you been besides arth? Trust alaxy irl, it’s a possibility. We just need to remember to gently share the beaches with all the animals, which reminds me of just one more thing. Pensacola Beach is one the most beautiful places on arth. I am appreciating it even more through the eyes of my grand nephew Barrett. He literally stands at attention when his Aunt al shows up with sunscreen and beach clothes. No complaints and no wiggle worm. He knows he is headed to the beach for fun in the sand and adventures to experience. For Mr. B, Pensacola Beach is like a new planet to explore. Well, on that note I am headed up, up and away; not sure where I’m headed, but I know I’ll always be headed back to Pensacola Beach. Come out and join me! The Holiday Inn xpress on Pensacola Beach is a safe place to work and play. They received the IH 2012 lobal Partners In Safety Award. This award, which was given to only 30 hotels out 3,000, is earned by distinguishing themselves in quality, guest and employee safety and operation risk training. “This award symbolies the commitment of our staff and particularly our Safety Committee who have all worked diligently to provide a safe place to work and assure a safe haven for our guests” remarked Beverly McCay, eneral Manager of the hotel, as she received the award for the hotel. Congratulations to the Safety Committee, comprised of Chairperson Nikki Hill, and members Randy Funke, eorge Defoy, Kisha reene, Diane Furrow, and Tim Pike. The Holiday Inn xpress, which also has been recognied for their turtle friendly lighting, is located on Fort Pickens Road. !3"07%)7%Scott Rayner, Joe Bryant, and Steve Hancy have joined forces to form Coastal Concessions to service locals and visitors at Langdon Beach, the Firehouse Snack Bar and the Campground Store located at Ft. Pickens. “They will use products from local farmers and fisherman that will support the local economy and reduce transportation costs and energy consumption. Menu offerings will include healthy options such as salad and fruit in addition to other traditional items,” said ulf Islands National Seashore Superintendent Dan Brown. Services offered will include bike rentals, paddle board rentals, and beach chair and umbrella rentals. Although the campground store and laundry are currently open with limited choices, a grand opening featuring these expanded menu choices and available services is planned for Memorial Day weekend. ulf Islands National Seashore will be refurbishing the exterior of the campground store to make it more visually appealing and adding accessible doors to the entrance. This may cause temporary interruptions to service. For more information call the Visitor Center at 85093-2600 or visit www.nps.govguis. ,#8$*7%$$ulf Breee Chamber’s Fairways to Freedom olf Tournament will be Friday, May 17 at Tiger Point olf Club, 1255 Country Club Road, ulf Breee. “veryone is welcome to play, sponsor or support this great golf outing where we will honor all military personnel whether active duty, veteran or retiree,” said ulf Breee Chamber President Josie Cotti. Pensacola Beach businesses who are event sponsors include Bamboo Willies, Hemingway’s and Hooter’s. Players will enjoy a fun afternoon of golfing, lunch, on course beverages and food. Pries for holes-in-one and ditty bags are part of the day’s events. An awards ceremony and dinner are hosted at the After Party. A special program honoring the military will begin at 12:15 p.m. Play commences with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. “We encourage businesses, to show local active duty personnel and veteransretirees that their sacrifice is remembered, said Cotti. “Whether by purchasing a tee sign, sponsoring a hole, donating pries or ditty bag items, please make this a truly community celebration.” Registration is available in person at the ulf Breee Area Chamber office, 09 ulf Breee Parkway; by phone at 850-9327888; or online at www.gulfbreeechamber.com. For more information about the Fairways to Freedom olf Tournament or the ulf Breee Area Chamber email josie@ gulfbreeechamber.com.

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Island Times PAGE 13 April 30, 2013SHAGGYS WATERFRONT BAR & GRILLFresh seafood served overlooking Little Sabine Bay. $J $ through the open air dining room and side bar. Laid back, funky, family 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. 850-93-852. www.shaggys.bi FLOUNDERS CHOWDER HOUSECelebrating 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 1"+9&!!0+9 "5$!5$"+( Dance all night on Flounder’s beach to the most popular bands from across the south. "+$'$03()"+$'"!(;!%$ &*!" beautiful Pensacola Beach, 850-932-2003 000(J "+!0+!(/CRABS WE GOT EMOnly restaurant on Pensacola Beach offering breath taking views of the ulf 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 4"*"'9 "+ them all! We have many other seafood favorites on our menu as well as a great assortment of chicken, steaks and pasta dishes. Don’t 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. Look for the Red Roof. 850-932-0700 www.crabswegotem.comMCGUIRES IRISH PUBOne of America’s great steakhouses; proudly serving USDA &/)$3$+$"+A&!&$&&"+&"*A&! man’s bouillabaisse, Corned Beef and Cabbage and Shepherd’s Pie all inside a turn of the century New York Irish Saloon themed pub. Mcuire’s is celebrated for its atmosphere, boasting more than 750,000 signed dollar bills hanging from the ceilings of the pub. Live entertainment coupled with great food and warm and friendly service by mployees who ive a Damn! Visit our on-site brewery and the O’Tolf Wine Cellar featuring the complete vertical collection of the Chateau Mouton Rothschild Artist Series. Featured on NBC’s Today’ Show, highly recommended by Fodors, Frommers and AAA travel guides, Florida Trend Magaine Hall of Fame Member. Open every day at 11, 850-33-6789, mcguiresirishpub.com After Sundown......................................................................................................SIDELINES SPORTS BAR AND RESTAURANT)D4"9/&$&"()&$&"!&*!+ "&&"## big screens, 2 televisions. If it runs, jumps, races, it’s here. Famous for Thursday Wing Night. Burgers. Seafood and Ribs. Kids menu for the JV players. Full bar. Indoor or outdoor seating. Video sports games. Centrally located on Via de "$8$!/$&"$3&"*$"+!$ &*!(2& off at 11 a.m. seven days a week. 93-3660.SANDSHAKER LOUNGEThe “World Famous Sandshaker”a 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 froen concoction. Monday half price BAR 10 a.m. til close; T Hold’m at 7 p.m., 2 Tuesday & Karaoke, Wednesday 2 Ladies Nite, Thursday half price T-Shirt Nite. Live ntertainment Year Round Wednesday thru Sunday. Check out the ift Shop. Across from the Boardwalk. Open 10 am 3 am. 850-932-2211. www.sandshaker.com PARADISE BAR AND GRILLA 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. Live Music. xotic Libations. Friendly locals. Lunch and Dinner everyday. Sandwiches. Salads. Fresh Catch of the Day. Renee’s Famous Shrimp Salad. Happy Hour 11-7. Live Bands. Poker on Monday and Wednesday. Tucked away in the parking lot of the Paradise Inn, it’s directly on Santa Rosa Sound. Boat and Bicycle parking. Open 7 days. 850-916-5087.PEGLEG PETESAhoy, Matey. You’ve found a Pensacola Beach treasure. Pirates welcome. Fresh ulf seafood served in the galley or outside on the awning covered deck. lass front bar overlooks LaFitte Cove. All kinds of oysters. Live lobster. umbo. Dinner specials nightly. Sieable sandwiches and burgers for Landlubbers. Take home a t-shirt. Look for the Jolly Rogers J '&"*1!0"+!A$"+$##&"6$+( We’re here everyday at 11. 932-139. www.peglegpetes.com THE ISLANDER LOUNGE AND PACKAGEA bit of history. The oldest lounge on Pensacola Beach located in the Via de Luna Shopping Center, about one mile east !$ &*!()&$ daily. Dance on the pole. drink $!()!J 5$+(F$& Cypress Room and Sundeck. Live music. Just steps away from The Break., our sister establishment. Open everyday for fun. 850-932-9011. aineandarm 1 Pensala ea ld a e aine arina Tuesday, Apr 30: Trivia ith Little Tiy, :30 p Wednesday, May 1: ar NGO, :30 p Thursday, May 2: Karaoe ith ecy, 8 p Friday, May 3: Karaoe ith ecy, 8 p Saturday, May 4: Crosston, 8 p Sunday, May 5: Letric Mullet, 4 p Tuesday, May : Trivia ith Little Tiy, :30 p Wednesday, May 8: ar NGO, :30 p Thursday, May 9: Karaoe ith ecy, 8 p Friday, May 10: Karaoe ith ecy, 8 p Saturday, May 11: Midnight Special, 8 p Sunday, May 12: uc Nasty, 4 p pen eerda a 9 AM09343141 app r 7Y$49 Via de Luna 916-9808 PaddyOLearysrishPuco Authentic rish Pu Texas oldEprs n T ars riendl a Bring Mom to the Sandbar May 12 850-932-1417 We have gone back to basics. Expect the same incredible quality food delivered in less time. 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Island Times PAGE 1 April 30, 2013 By Terri McKamey One Stop Shop for the Watersports EnthusiastsAE ETA Pensala ea a e ardal 093220eailinm PE 9 eaer permiin aamarans Parasailin aernners aas a enals et a of your ey ailing un Correction to last report: The pic of Ben Arnold was actually Jake McCarthy with his second place so far Cobia. Sorry Jake! Not to be left out though Ben Arnold nabbed a nice Cobia, too! From the piers to the boats and the beach theres action everywhere! Seems like while I was working or playing poker I was getting calls and texts or people were just stopping by The Dock to show off their catches. Congrats to Mick for all his pretty Pompano caught early morning !&"*$"+'%" for his 20 pound King Mackerel caught Sunday, April 21 on the Pensacola Beach Pier. At the Navarre Pier they have really been reeling them in. ulf Shores Piers Dale nabbed a 31 pound King Mackerel April 21. see pic Here’s a schedule for a perfect day of fishing depending on what you want. If you like Pompano or Whiting, Flounder or Spanish hit the beaches early morning or late afternoon with $"+J $!&/(A*$$" you wont be disappointed Or you can work the grass flats for Speckled Trout and Redfish. The Trout are really moving now. If the Pier is more to your liking, head out early to get your spot for the Sweet Cobia and King Mackerel. You can also nab Spanish, Pompano, Bonito, Shark, Sheepshead and Flounder. Paradises Cobia Phobia Small Boat tourney saw plenty of action and lots of fun was had by all. 1. Shannon Chapman, Justin Time, 6.5 2. Rustin Rood, Sitton Pretty, 55. 3. ac Taylor, Alcyone, 52.9 Robert Adams, Doubled Up, 51.65 5. Justin Sanders, Wetter The Better, 8. Dont forget to enter the ongoing pompano tourney hosted by ulf Breees Bait and Tackle. At press time, Jerry Lebakken was in $0&!$(/$"( Stop by and see Vic. He will hook you up! So with all the action going on Im headed out the door now. What are you waiting for? $5$3&+$"+* !&"*D ne app Anler ale reeled in is 31 pnd in aerel, April 21 n e Gl res Pier www.myislandtimes.com Click on Gallery to view more fishing photos -; <<>9* a Pensala ea arina r Eri andis, en H-"Z[<="*ZH-"Q+""=?9<@ $#9"9<"\9>+"* 09322211 Somethings always Shakin Celebrate Cinco de Shaker CINCO De MAYO CELEBRATION Something Huge on stage Tes, 430 AM -Close 2 WineeerWell Karaoe ecy 8 PM ed, 1 2)3PM-Close 2 WineeerWell 9=+5PMT, 2 " Drins >?"?" '+5PMri a, 3 4, 9 PMn, ;9!@">!79$A=:+PM til n, AM;%&"A">?&" ARE ;$""+'"B+" Drins >?"?"'" 5PMri a, 10 11 Trn ne, 9 PMZ5]8 ers a Par, ed ield plays 4 to 8 PM @">!79$A=:+PM til Z5]# AM;%&"A">?&" ARE ;$""+'"B+
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