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Creator: Naval Air Station, Key West (Fla.)
Naval Air Station, Key West (Fla.)
Publisher: Key West Citizen
Place of Publication: Key West FL
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Publication Date: June 5, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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Southernmost


FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 2009


PACIFIC OCEAN (May
28,2009) Seaman
Aria Roberson,
assigned to the
Religious Ministries
Department aboard
aircraft carrier USS
Nimitz (CVN 68),
prepares a Roman
Catholic Mass. Nimitz
and Carrier Air Wing
(CVW) 11 are con-
ducting a Composite
Training Unit Exercise
off the coast of
Southern California
in preparation for a
scheduled deployment
to the western Pacific
Ocean.
U.S. Navy photo by
MC3 Matthew Patton



inside:

IT'S OFFICIAL: Get
good guidance on EO &
harrassment.........2

GROWING NUMBERS:
The Navy handles rein-
listment issues ...... 7

LEARNING EXPERIENCE:
Navy College improves
test scores .......... 7

TOP OF PAGE ONE: A
Navy corpsman participates
in a combat casualty evacu-
ation exercise at Marine
Corps Air Ground Combat
Center in preparation for a
deployment to Afghanistan.


U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Michael McNabb
Sigsbee Elementary School students recite the Pledge of Allegiance at a celebration
in honor of the school's 50th anniversary May 29.


Sigsbee Elem. celebrates 'Big 5-0'


BY MC3 MICHAEL
MCNABB
Southernmost Flyer

Sigsbee Elementary
School at NavalAir
Station Key West's
Sigsbee Park celebrated
its 50th anniversary
May 29.


The celebration was
highlighted by the stu-
dents of the school
performing song and
dance routines empha-
sizing the diversity
of the past 50 years of
music and dance. The
students were separat-
ed by grade, with each


grade paying homage to
one of the previous five
generations.
Many guest speakers,
including former teach-
ers and service mem-
bers, showed up to tell
about the history and

see SIGSBEE page 5


Child care center

earns accreditation


BY JOLENE SCHOOL
MWR Marketing/Outreach
Coordinator

aval Air Station
Key West's
MWR Child
Development Center
was awarded National
Association for the
Education of Children
(NAEYC) accreditation
last week, making it the
only childcare facility in
the Lower Keys to earn
that distinction.
The road to accredi-
tation began nearly two
years ago when Cristina
Chaves took the reins as
CDC Director in August
2007.
"When I got here I
started to work on it," she
said. Chaves transferred
from a base in Texas
that had just completed
the lengthy process of
accreditation.
The NAS Key West
facility's last certifica-


tion was in 2004 and the
NAEYC standards were
upgraded in 2006 to add
more requirements and
higher expectations in 10
areas, including curricu-
lum, staff certification,
management and family
interactions. NAS' CDC
re-accreditation was due
in this year.
"It's been a wonderful
journey, but a long one,"
Chaves said.
All but two scores were
above 100 percent. Only
80 percent is required for
accreditation.
"I was happy to see
that because I know how
hard the staff worked,"
she said.
"That is our life, that is
what we lived for," said
Lead Teacher Carmelita
Delostrinos as she point-
ed to the eight oversized
binders submitted for the
accreditation process.

see ACCREDITED page 3


Preparing for the worst, hoping for the best f


BY MC2 RACHEL MCMARR
Southernmost Flyer

Though the 2009 hurricane pre-
dictions put the amount ofhurri-
anes expected this year at aver-
age, the Sunshine State is still preparing
in case of a major storm.
As part of the state's annual hurricane
exercise, members of the Florida National
Guard, B Company, 2nd Battalion, 151st


Aviation (Security and Support) stationed
out of Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Fa., con-
ducted training missions at Naval Air
Station KeyWest this week.
The aviation unit, comprised of eight
UH-72A Lakota helicopters four of
which are from their North Carolina
detachment and one scout helicopter,
used the air station as a launching pad

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A Florida National Guard B Company 2nd Battalion
151st Aviation (Security and Support) UH-72A Lakota
helicopter crew member conducts hoist training over a
Naval Air Station Key West runway Tuesday.


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This Day in
o

:-Naval History

SJune 5

1794 First officers of the U.S.
Navy under the Constitution
are appointed. The first six
captains appointed to super-
intend the construction of new
ships were John Barry, Samuel
Nicholson, Silas Talbot, Joshua
Barney, Richard Dale, and
Thomas Truxtun.

June 6

1944 In Operation Overlord,
Allied invasion fleet (more
than 2,700 ships and craft)
land troops on Normandy
beaches, the largest amphibi-
ous landing in history.

June 7

1942 Battle of Midway ends
with loss of USS Yorktown
(CV 5).

June 8

1990 Cmdr. Rosemary
Mariner becomes first Navy
woman to command fleet jet
aircraft squadron.

June 9

1942 First Navy photographic
interpretation unit set up in
the Atlantic.

June 10

1896 Authorization of first
experimental ship model
tank.

June 11

1953 Navy ships evacuate
20,000 Koreans from West
Coast Islands to safety south
of 17th parallel.


Advice line for EO/harassment issues


T he Navy's Equal
Opportunity and Sexual
Harassment Advice
Line provides assistance to
active duty and reserve Navy
and Marine Corps personnel
and Department of the Navy
civilians.
The Navy Equal Opportunity


Equal Opportunity
Advisor

ETC (SS)
Sean Sandberg


anonymous
Advice Line is
staffed from
7:30 a.m. 4:30
p.m. (CST),
Monday
through
Friday, except
for federal
holidays. Voice
mail is avail-
able to record
messages for


anyone calling outside normal
working hours.
The purpose of the Advice
Line is to provide an avenue
to confidentially ask ques-
tions and obtain advice about
equal opportunity, discrimi-
nation and sexual harass-
ment issues.
Callers mayreceive guidance



Clinic to close

for ceremony

FROM NBHC KEY WEST
PUBLIC AFFAIRS

Naval Branch Health
Clinic Key West will
be closed all day June
12 for a change of charge cer-
emony.



This Week

at the FFSC

Understanding Anger
Tuesday, 10 11:30 a.m.
This is the introductory class
for a six- to eight-week pro-
gram. The program provides
participants with simple tools
to assist in understanding, eval-
uating and managing anger.


on a variety of equal opportu-
nity issues, including, train-
ing, complaint procedures and
resolution, applicable instruc-
tions and referral to appro-
priate resources. Personnel
answering the Advice Line
are trained to provide quality
advice on equal opportunity
issues, fraternization and haz-
ing policies.
Although members may
not file complaints over the
Advice Line, they will receive
guidance on policy and
may be referred to an Equal
Opportunity Advisor (EOA)
in their area or be referred to
other agencies as appropriate.
This is not a forum for report-
ing or investigating equal
opportunity or sexual harass-
ment complaints. If a member
calls on the Advice Line with
allegations of assault, rape or
other criminal activity, they
are referred to Navy Criminal
Investigative Services (NCIS)
and a Sexual Assault Victim
Intervention (SAVI) casework-
er as necessary.
The Equal Opportunity and


At the 10 a.m. ceremo-
ny, Cmdr. Marvin L. Jones,
Medical Service Corps, will
be relieved by Capt. Julie L.
Miavez, Medical Service Corps
at the clinic on Douglas Circle
in Key West.
There will be no patient
access to the facility, including
the Naval Branch Health Clinic,
the Veteran's Administration
Clinic and the TRICARE
Service Center.


Pre-Deployment Briefing
Thursday, 1 2:30 p.m.
This training provides infor-
mation on the Individual
Augmentation (IA) process,
organizations that support
deployment and financial
readiness for the deployment
period. Spouses are encour-
aged to attend and learn about
the local support systems and
resources available during the
IA deployment.


Sexual HarassmentAdvice Line
was established in response
to a recommendation by
the Standing Committee for
Military and Civilian Women
in the Department of the Navy.
The line opened in December
1992 solely as the Sexual
Harassment Advice Line.
In 1994, the Advice Line was
formally expanded to address
other equal opportunity issues.
Since its inception, the Advice
Line has received more than
5,500 phone calls and e-mail
inquiries.
Questions or concerns about
equal opportunity, discrimi-
nation or sexual harassment
may also be addressed via the
Advice Line e-mail service at
eo/ sh.advice.line@persnet.
navy.mil.
The Advice Line telephone
numbers are toll free at 1-800-
253-0931, commercial (901)
874-2507, or DSN 882-2507.
Collect calls are accepted from
callers overseas.
For more information from
the Equal Opportunity Advisor
call 293-2692.


Active duty personnel and
clinic TRICARE Prime enroll-
ees who require assistance may
contact the clinic's Command
Duty Officer at 797-8008 to
arrange consultation with our
duty physician for advice and
possible referral. For emergen-
cies, please call 911 or pro-
ceed to the nearest emergency
room.
For more clinic information,
call 293-4600.


The Fleet and FamilySupport
Center is located at 804
Sigsbee Road. Call 293-4408
ext. 28 to enroll. All classes
are subject to rescheduling
when enrollment does not
meet minimum require-
ment. The hours of opera-
tion are: Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, and Friday from
8 a.m. 4 p.m. and Thursday
from noon 4 p.m.


Southernmost

Flyer

COMMANDING OFFICER
Capt. Steven Holmes
EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Cmdr. Michael Giardino
PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER
James E. Brooks
EDITOR
Trice Denny
STAFF
MC2 Rachel McMarr
MC3 Michael McNabb

This newspaper is an authorized pub-
lication for members of the military
service and their families. Its contents
do not necessarily reflect the official
views of the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the U.S.
Navy and do not imply endorsement
thereof.
The appearance of advertising in this
newspaper, including inserts or supple-
ments, does not constitute endorse-
ment by the Department of Defense,
the Navy, Naval Air Station Key West or
Cooke Communications of the products
and services advertised.
Everything advertised in this publica-
tion shall be made available for pur-
chase, use or patronage without regard
to race, color, religion, sex, national ori-
gin, age, marital status, physical handi-
cap, political affiliation or any other non-
merit factor of the purchaser, user or
patron. If a violation or rejection of this
equal opportunity policy by an advertiser
is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse
to print advertising from that source until
the violation is corrected.
The editorial content of this newspa-
per is prepared, edited and provided
by the Public Affairs Office of Naval
Air Station Key West, Florida. The sale
of Southernmost Flyer advertising and
printing of the newspaper is performed
by Cooke Communications, a private
firm in no way connected with the
Department of Defense or the U.S.
Navy, under exclusive contract with
Naval Air Station Key West.
Additional copy and photo-
graphs provided by the readers of
the Southernmost Flyer should be
addressed to: Editor, Southernmost
Flyer, Public Affairs Office, Naval
Air Station, Box 9001, Key West,
FL 33040-9001. Copy can also be
e-mailed to andrea.denny@navy.mil.
Telephone 305-293-2027/2434. DSN
483-2027/2434.
Deadline for all editorial copy is 4
p.m. the Friday preceding publication.
All articles must be submitted on disk
in text format, written in upper/lower
case style. Advertisements are solicited
by Cooke Communications and queries
concerning such should be directed
to: Cooke Communications, 3420
Northside Dr., Key West, FL 33041.
Telephone: 305-292-7777.








Accredited
continued from page 1


The Navy began to imple-
ment NAEYC's practices in
1986, according to Bette Colter,
Child and Youth Program
Specialist with Commander,
Navy Installations Command
Headquarters Fleet and Family
Readiness.
With the passage of the
Military Child Care Act (MCCA)
in 1989, accreditation became
mandatory for all military
CDCs, Colter noted. The MCCA
also included guidelines on
curriculum and staffing.
"In 1998, President Clinton
applauded military childcare,"
she added. "The president said,
'Military Child Development
Programs have attained a repu-
tation for abiding commitment
to quality in the delivery of
childcare.'"
Colter reviews each instal-
lation CDC candidacy and
annual report before they are
submitted to ensure that they
are compliant with the NAEYC
to ensure "clear understand-
ing and descriptions of com-


pliance with NAEYC stan-
dards and criteria." She also
acts as a liaison between the
CDCs and NAEYC when ques-
tions or concerns arise.
According to Chaves, the
Navy's expectation is that CDCs
must meet NAEYC. All centers
in the Navy must get NAEYC
accredited.
"It's like a gold star of quality,"
she said.
The National Association
for the Education of Young
Children began 80 years ago
as the National Association
for Nursery Education as a
way to ensure quality nursery
programs, producing publica-
tions on childcare and early
childhood education. In 1985,
NAEYC established its accredi-
tation program.
"The association (NAEYC) is
a very strong advocate for the
best practices for educating chil-
dren," said Stephanie Olmore,
director of Program Assessment
& Compliance.
Areas in which the CDC
received the highest scores
were those in which the center
is going above and beyond the
NAEYC standards.


"It's really quite commend-
able," Olmore added.
MWR Child and Youth
Program Director Brian Pauly
said Chaves "holds herself to
higher standards. She steps it
up and says 'we're not going to
be average.'
"I am extremely proud of Tina
and the entire CDC staff," Pauly
added.
The formal NAEYC accredi-
tation letter noted that the NAS
Key West Child Development
Center is "one of the first pro-
grams in the country to earn
the mark of quality represent-
ed by the reinvented NAEYC
Accreditation system."
"Achieving accreditation
has always been a notewor-
thy accomplishment," Colter
said, adding, "Considering the
work entailed and the high
standards required, NAEYC
accreditation in 2009 by NAS
Key West CDC is especially
commendatory."


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to practice what they would do
in the event of an actual emer-
gency.
S"We practiced air move-
ment of people such as a
o FEMA (Federal Emergency
E Management Agency) direc-
,-tor and also supply, things
W like meals and water," said
SCompany Commander Maj.
Tom Wamer. "We would also
help with damage assessments,



Key West

Sailors earn

those stripes
FROM NAS KEY WEST
PUBLIC AFFAIRS
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from various Key
Westcommandswere
promoted during the spring
advancement cycle. Bravo Zulu!
AECS Todd Miller
AECS Ryan Boney


particularly bridge assessments
and roadways here in the Keys.
Anything the state and county
needs us to do."
The training, which includ-
ed locating helicopter landing
points near medical facilities
through the Keys and familiar-
izing pilots and personnel with
areas, also gave the Florida Guard
the chance to work with their
North Carolina detachment.
"We've never worked with
them in person," Wamer said.
"We're seeing how we work
together and how people devel-


BUC Jimmy Hix
MA1 James Lurkins
AE1 Christopher McGee
SK1 CamiloValle
SW1 Michael Cary
AC1 Bart Bartley
AZ1 Xavier Dominguez
MA2 Jesse Padilla
MA2 JoshuaVoss
AC2 Brandon Courtney
MM2 Jason Richardson
AZ2 Justin Sidoti
AM2 Sylwia Kwiatkowska
HM2 Sean Bowling
HM2 Miranda Hale
HM2 Aaron Hysell


op relationships together."
Crew Chief Staff Sgt. Mark
Rickel, also the technical inspec-
tor and enlisted flight instruc-
tor in charge of the helicopter's
hoist training said the training
period has come with some
great "lessons learned."
"We've gotten a lot out of it,
with the movement, setting
up the advanced party, having
the convoys come in," Rickel
said. "We didn't have any major
items forgotten but learning
what would have been nice is
a great dry run rehearsal for an


HM2 John McMinimee
HM2 Peter Romero
HM2 Richard Spees
SK2 Courtney Anderson
AS2 Cory Chevalier


Events for June

Wednesday
* Iced Tea Day Stop by the
office throughout the day
for an iced tea sampling to
help cool you off on a hot
day.
* Summer Reading Contest
begins.
Thursday
* TeenBookClub-2p.m. atthe
Balfour Beatty Communities
Office. Focus on "Twilight"
by Stephenie Meyer.
June 16
* Fresh Veggie Day Come
by the office for some fresh
snacks.
June 18
* Father's Day Craft Bring the
children by the office from 2
4:30 p.m. and they will be
able to create a gift and card
for Dad.
June 23
* Breakfast on the Go 7
8 a.m. at Sigsbee Park.
Roll down your window
on your way to work
and the Balfour Beatty
Communities staff will
hand you a healthy break-
fast to start your day.
June 25
* TeenBookClub-2p.m. atthe
Balfour Beatty Communities
Office.


actual mission."
The training at NAS Key West
has also helped the guard units
to practice in a new environ-
ment.
"The training has been very
good, we've conducted numer-
ous sorties and our people are
focused on operations in a real-
world mission. They're able
to concentrate better on what
we're doing than when we train
at home," Warner explained.
Warner also complimented
the NAS KeyWest team and said
the air station was very accom-


AS2 David Maloney
MA2 Richard Anderson
AE3 Jordan Awbrey
AC3 Katrina Kermgard
ATO3 Andrew Parker


June 27
* 2nd Annual Family Pool
Party at Trumbo Waterpark
11 a.m. 3 p.m. Come have
fun with your neighbors,
there will be food and fun
for all!
June 30
SJune Yard of the Month
announced.

Voice Broadcast
System Test
With the Hurricane Season
upon us, it is very important
that we have your updated
contact information. Balfour
Beatty Communities will con-
duct a mock voice broadcast
Monday. If you do not receive
a call on this day, please con-
tact the office to update your
information.

Teen Book Club

Balfour Beatty Communities
is sponsoring a teen book club
this summer. The club is for
teens only and will meet at 2
p.m. on the second and fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Balfour Beatty Communities
office. Snacks will be provided.
This month's book focus will be
Stephenie Meyer's "Twilight."
If you have any questions


modating, even on short notice.
"When we first contacted Key
West the response was 'What do
you need,'" he said. "They wel-
comed us with open arms."
While getting familiarized with
the area, the guard unit also got a
chance to meet with and form
relationships with the local com-
munity emergency responders.
"Everything has gone well.
We're working as one unit and
that's great," Rickel added. "Now
we have a plan, and in case of an
actual hurricane strike, things
will go smoothly."


E03 Justin McGillivary
AC3 Christina Cockream
MA3 Catrina Chavez
MA3 Michael Garzon
AS3 Paul Sadler


about the book club, feel free
to contact Stephanie Hertz at
292-5590.

Summer Reading
Contest
Balfour Beatty Communities is
hosting a summerreading con-
test for children 12 and under.
The theme of the contest, "The
Great Gumball Challenge,"
will help students to "chew"
good books to read this sum-
mer. The contest will begin
Wednesday. At the conclusion
of the contest in August, prizes
will be awarded according to
age group. Stop by the Balfour
Beatty Communities office on
or after Wednesday to sign up
and pick up a game card.

Book Drive

Children's books are needed
to establish a library for BBC's
younger residents. If you have
gently used books that you are
no longer in need of, please
drop them by the office in care
of Stephanie Hertz.

For more information on
Balfour Beatty Community
events, please call Stephanie
Hertz at 292-5590.


Balfour Beatty Communities News









Sigsbee
continued from page 1


future plans of the school.
NAS Key West Executive
Officer Cmdr. Michael Giardino
spoke about the Navy's hopes
of keeping the school open for
another 50 years.
"Sigsbee Elementary
remains a vital part of the Navy
community here. When peo-
ple receive orders to KeyWest,
their first questions are always
about schools," he said.
Later in the day the school
held a "Family Fun Festival,"
which featured a silent auc-
tion, face painting and a disc
jockey.
Silent auction donations
ranged from local restau-
rant gift certificates Sunset
Lounge, Salsa Loca, Goldman's
Deli, Hurricane Hole and the
Dolphin Deli to a weekend
stay at the Islander Resort,


tour packages with the Yankee
Freedom, White Knuckle
Thrill Ride and Historic Tours
of America and jewelry from
Diamonds International,
Pacific Jewelry and Peachy
Keen.
The silent auction raised
$4,000, which will be split
between Sigsbee Charter
School and the Sigsbee Parent
Teacher Organization.
"The event was a huge
success," said Leslie Crabbs,
president of Sigsbee Charter
School. "We really had a lot of
support from the military."
Organizations that donat-
ed their time were the Army
Special Forces Underwater
Operations School, the NAS
Key West Chief Petty Officers
Association, Fleet Readiness
CenterSoutheastDet. KeyWest,
Navy Munitions Command
Southeast Det. KeyWest, Naval
Branch Health Clinic KeyWest,
Sigsbee Elementary teachers


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Naval Air Station Key West
Executive Officer Cmdr. Michael
Giardino speaks at the Sigsbee
Elementary School 50th anniver-
sary presentation.

and the Charter School Board.
The Monroe County School
Board plans to keep Sigsbee
Elementary open until the
2010-2011 school year. The
Sigsbee Charter School
Governing Board Team hopes
to open Sigsbee as a charter
school this year.


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U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Michael McNabb
Students from Sigsbee Elementary School perform songs and danc-
es from the last 50 years to celebrate the school's 50th anniversary.


"The military child needs
a place where they can feel
accepted immediately and be
in an environment that under-
stands their unique needs in a
timely manner," said Crabbs.
"The Key West community


needs this charter school, to
offer a diverse educational
experience, one that taps on
the unique environment here
and capitalizes on the many
treasures that abound in the
Keys."


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MWR Liberty Events

The Liberty Program is for sin-
gle and unaccompanied Sailors
E-6 and below. A Liberty Card
is required to participate the
card is free! Upcoming events:
* Sunday Get out of the Keys
D and enjoy watching the
u, Florida Marlins take on the
S San Francisco Giants at Land
S Shark Stadium in Miami.
Cost: A $5 holding fee that
is returned to you when you
get on the bus. Game time
is 5:05 p.m. and departure
from ITT is at 12:30 p.m.
Thursday Call of Duty
Tournament at Beach Patio
on Truman Annex. Games
begin at 7 p.m. and check-in
is at 6:30 p.m. and you must
call and sign up to play!
Prizes awarded to 1st and
2nd place.
June 13 Paintball in Key
West! Show up at 12:30 p.m.
and play at 1 p.m. Cost:
$15 for equipment and 500
rounds; only $5 more for 500
more rounds. You must sign
up to play and pay by June
12 at noon.
June 20 Sebago Power
Adventure! Enjoy the best all
in one day kayaking, para-
sailing, jet skiing, sailing,
snorkeling, water trampoline

St. Paul's
Episcopal Church
401 Duval Street
Welcomes the Military Family








Sunday
Holy Eucharist 7:30 a.m.
Sung Eucharist 9:00 a.m.
Sunday School & Nursery
Holy Eucharist 11:00 a.m.
Deacon's Mass
Nursery Available in Parish Hall
We are your home
away from home.
Please join us.
Phone: (305) 296-5142
www.stpaulschurchkeywest.org


MWR Update


and buffet and drinks provid-
ed. Cost: $50 per person and
only five spots are available so
call as soon as possible.
* June 21 Get out of the Keys
and enjoy watching the
Florida Marlins take on the
New York Yankees at Land
Shark Stadium. Cost: A $5
holding fee that is returned
to you when you get on the
bus. Game time is 5:05 p.m.
and departure from ITT is at
12:30 p.m.
* June 27 Are you a certi-
fied scuba diver? For only
$20 (if you have your own
gear) or $30 (if you need
to rent gear) get out under
the water and explore with
Captain's Corner. There are
only five spots available so
call as soon as possible!
* June 27 Paintball in Key
West! Show up at 12:30 p.m.
and play at 1 p.m. Cost:
$15 for equipment and 500
rounds; only $5 more for 500
more rounds. You must sign
up to play and pay by June
12 at noon.
* June 28 Indoor rock climb-
ing in Miami! Take a trip up
the Keys for a day of climb-
ing and adventure. X-treme
Rock Climbing will teach you
how to belay and climb on
a variety of walls from easy
to EXTREME! Cost: $15 per
person which includes all the
climbing gear needed.
Sign up for all events by calling
Emma Harlow at 293-2682 for e-
mail at emmaharlow@navy.mil.

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Basic Car Care Clinic
at Auto Skills Center
Want to save a few dollars and
change your vehicle's oil on your
own? Or would you just like the
idea of knowing how to do it?
Either way, the Auto Skills
Center staff will demonstrate
oil changing techniques at its
first Basic Car Care Clinic June
20 at the center on Boca Chica.
The clinic will run from 1 2
p.m. and is free to all MWR-
eligible patrons.
The clinic will be the first in a
series to introduce techniques
and skills for owners who
would like to know more about
maintaining their vehicles.
Upcoming clinics will include
such maintenance items as
checking fluids, changing
fuses and bulbs, using jumper
cables and changing tires.
"Basic car care was often
included in driver's education
classes," said Arthur Johnson,
Auto Skills Center manager.
"Young drivers today don't
often know how to check the
basics, which, if neglected, can
be costly in terms of repair."
For more information, call
the center at 293-2615.

Runway Grill Lunch
Specials!
The lunch buffet at Runway
Grill on Boca Chica runs from
11 a.m. 1 p.m.
* Monday Sweet & sour
chicken, fried rice and stir-
fried vegetables
* Tuesday Chicken fried
steak, mashed potatoes,
vegetables and dinner roll
* Wednesday Lasagna, garlic
bread and vegetables
* Thursday- Sloppy Joe, pota-
toes au gratin, ranch beans
and vegetables
* June 12 Fish, hush puppies,
steak fries and cole slaw
The specials are $6 and



El',


include a fountain drink.
Specials are subject to avail-
ability. Healthy alternatives
also are available. Call 293-
2116 for more information.


June Fitness

Boca Chica Gym
Monday
* 7 a.m. Command Fitness
* 4:30 p.m. Yoga 2 Classic
Rock
* 6 p.m. Yoga 101
Tuesday
* 11 a.m. Butts and Guts with
Jill
* 4:30 p.m. Yoga 2 Classic
Rock
Wednesday
* 7 a.m. Command Fitness
* 11 a.m. Kayaking with
Tasha*
* 4:30 p.m. Yoga 2 Classic
Rock
* 6 p.m. Yoga 101
Thursday
* 11 a.m. Butts and Guts with
Jill
* 4:30 a.m. Yoga 2 Classic
Rock
Friday
* 7 a.m. Command Fitness
Saturday
* 11 a.m. Kayaking with
Tasha*
*Located out of the Boca Chica Marina.
Reservations required: call 293-2480


Sigsbee Studio

Monday
* 6 a.m. Interval Command
Fitness
* 8:30 a.m. Yogalates with
Dale
* 9:30 a.m. Interval Strength
with Dale
* 5:30 p.m. Pump with
Colleen
* 6:30 p.m. Zumba
Tuesday
* 8 a.m. Youth Tennis (starts
June 16)
* 5:30 p.m. Spin Circuit with
Monica
* 6:30 p.m. Step with
Monica
Wednesday
* 6 a.m. Interval Command
Fitness


* 5:30 p.m. Kickboxing/
Pump
* 8:30 a.m. Yogalates with
Dale
* 9:30 a.m. Interval Strength
with Dale
* 6:30 p.m. Spinning with
Colleen
Thursday
* 9 a.m. Youth Weight
Training/Kickboxing (starts
June 11)
* 5:30 p.m. Spin Circuit with
Monica
* 6:30 p.m. Step with
Monica
Friday
* 8:30 a.m. Pump with
Colleen
Saturday
* 10 a.m. Zumba

June Events:

Kids Armed Forces Day Run
& Fun 5K Run/Walk June 27,
8 a.m. at the Sunset Lounge.
Sigsbee Pre- Register at Youth
Center, ITT, Boca Chica Gym,
or Truman Fitness Center.
Chin-Up Challenge The
challenge will be held July 2 at
the Boca Chica Gym. For more
information ask the front desk
staff at the Boca Chica Gym.
Post-ItWorkouts- Newwork-
outs offered by the Boca Chica
Gym staff We have a bulletin
board full of workouts to keep
you revved all summer long.
Come check it out!
Rock Climbing Adventure:
Rock climbing in Miami June
28. Sign up at the Boca Chica
gym to catch a free ride.
Softball, flagfootball and golf
continue through June. Softball
play-offs are June 18 and the
golf tournament is June 19.
Fitness Assessments using
our Polar Body Age System are
available by appointment.
For more informa-
tion on sports call Evans at
293-2683 or e-mail evans.
sportsnaskw@yahoo.com.
For more information on fitness
schedules/events call 293-2480 or
bocachicagym@gmail.com.
The Boca Chica Fitness
Center is open from 5:30 a.m.
- 9:30 p.m. weekdays and from
9 a.m. 5 p.m. on weekends.










Navy expands PTS for Sailors E-6 and below with 14 y


FROM NAVY PERSONNEL
COMMAND PUBLIC AFFAIRS
The chief of naval per-
sonnel announced
plans to expand the
Navy's Perform to Serve (PTS)
program to include all Sailors,
E-6 andbelow, with 14 years or
less of service, beginning June
1 as described in NAVADMIN
161/09.


PTS is a centralized reser-
vation system that helps the
Navy manage reenlistments
of Sailors with less than 10
years of service, or Zones A
and B. The expansion of the
PTS program allows the Navy
greater flexibility to control
the number of Sailors in spe-
cific ratings and provides bet-
ter advancement opportuni-
ties for Sailors, while helping


the Navy manage manpower
requirements.
"The Perform to Serve pro-
gram is an essential tool that
allows us to provide stable and
predictable manning to the
fleet. It will allow us to keep a
balanced force based on expe-
rience, skill sets and senior-
ity matched to requirements,"
saidVice Adm. Mark Ferguson,
chief of naval personnel.


Navy College offers a variety of services


FROM NCLC KEY WEST
T he Navy College
Learning Center (NCLC)
is in its fifth year of
operation and has awarded
certificates of completion to
more than 180 active duty ser-
vice personnel who took the
two-week, fifty-two hour Pre-
ASVAB Prep course.
In addition to the enrollment
in the Pre-ASVAB class, active
duty Sailors, Coast Guardsmen
and Marines have either
enrolled in the classes with
temporary orders or during
off-duty hours. Adult Family
Members have also taken
advantage of the many pro-
grammed learning modules.
The Learning Center
Program is a product of PLATO
Learning, Inc., an industry
leader in developmental edu-
cation solutions. The curricu-
lum resource delivers thou-
sands of hours of instruction
in reading and writing and
math, science, life skills and a
multitude of other academic
disciplines aimed at support-
ing the widest possible range
of learner needs. Its database
is the largest in the industry.
Persons who are mandated to
take College Level Examination
Program (CLEP) tests as a pre-
requisite to receiving Tuition
Assistance will find that the
Learning Center is exactly what
is needed to increase test scores.
Individuals schedulingthe CLEP
via the Navy College office can
set up a cost-free account with


the Learning Center and use the
pre-programmed modules on
their own schedule. They may
also be allowed to report to the
center for a two-week period
in lieu of reporting to work
by approval of the command
career counselor, who can be
reached at 293-2481.
Active duty personnel who
must retake the ASVAB may
be eligible to receive tempo-
rary orders allowing them to
participate in the 52-hour Pre-
ASVAB Preparation Class. The
ASVAB class involves a mini-
mum of 26 hours per week
Monday through Friday, from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Instruction is designed
to improve test scores in
Paragraph Comprehension,
Word Knowledge, Arithmetic
Reasoning, Mathematics
Knowledge, General
Science, and Mechanical
Comprehension.
Referral for the ASVAB Prep
Class is made by the career
counselor and approval
obtained for attendance dur-
ing working hours may be


possible by running a request
chit. Once approval is received
for participation, the roster is
sent to the NCLC facilitators
to ensure reservation of class
time and computer assign-
ment. Other students inter-
ested in off-duty enrollment
may register at the learning
center in person. A certificate
of completion is provided to
the student for inclusion in
their personnel file.
Active duty personnel, adult
family members, retirees, and
reservists are eligible to enroll
forpreparationmodules. These
include preparation modules
for the GED, ACT, SAT, CLEP
CBEST and college placement
exams. Active duty personnel
and adult family members
who intend to enroll in col-
lege should consider using the
pre-programmed modules as
a refresher prior to challenging
their courses.
There is also a program
for those adult family mem-
bers who are looking to earn

see COURSES page 8


The NAVADMIN expands
PTS to include Zone C Sailors
with 10 to 14 years of ser-
vice. Therefore, all E-6 and
below Zone C Sailors with
an End of Active Obligated
Service (EAOS) date on or
after Feb. 1, 2010 must sub-
mit a PTS application regard-
less of their reenlistment
intentions. However, Zone C
Sailors selected for or already
advanced to chief petty offi-
cer are exempt.
In addition to members of
the chief petty officer com-
munity, exemptions include
Sailors currently under per-
manent change of station
(PCS) orders, Sailors with an
approved conversion package
and Sailors with an approved
selected reenlistment bonus
(SRB) precertification.
According to statistics
from the Center for Career
Development, in2008almost90
percent of Sailors who applied
for PTS remained in their cur-
rent rating. Quality Sailors who


The Air Force Reserve
is offering part-time
opportunities with excellent
benefits, Including choice
of home base, education
assistance, secure employment
and competitive pay.
Choose your home base and


ears or less

hold ratings in overmanned
fields may be offered reenlist-
ment in an undermanned rat-
ing. However, Sailors with a
poor performance history may
not be granted permission to "
reenlist.
"Our future is in our E-4, I
E-5, and E-6 petty officers "1
who should see advancement o
opportunities in their future in 0
an organization that rewards
the best performance," said
Ferguson.
Sailors should consult their
career counselors about 15
months prior to their EAOS to
complete the required paper-
work and request their com-
mand submit a PTS applica-
tion, regardless of their inten-
tions to re-enlist.
For more information
regarding the submission
process, application format
or other PTS issues, visit the
www.npc.navy.mil or con-
tact NPC's Customer Service
Center 1-866-U-ASK-NPC (1-
866-827-5672).


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friendships, serve your country
and participate in experiences
unique to the military.
Accomplish extraordinary things
while you achieve your
personal goals.


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SCourses
continued from page 7



their General Education
SDevelopment (GED) certifi-
cates. The center also is offer-
ing Pre-Employment Skill
Training for adult family mem-
Sbers aged 18 and above.
SWalk-in appointmentsto enroll
,-in the program are welcome.
W Application takes less than half


an hour and includes setting up
an account to allow the student
to use the computers at his own
leisure. NCLC is located on the
second deck of Bldg. A-718 and is
adjacent to the fitness center on
Boca Chica Field.
For more information, stop
by Monday through Thursday,
9 a.m. 6 p.m. or Fridays 9 a.m.
- 2 p.m. Call the command
career counselor at 293-2481
or NCLC at 295-6162.


SERVICE WITH

A SMILE

Looking for ways to better serve
Naval Air Station Key West, Senior
Vice President of Exchange
Operations (CONUS) Gary King,
right, inspects Boca Chica NEX
mini-mart merchandise with Store
Manager Gary Decker Monday.
King was conducting his annual
store visit and visited all the NEX
facilities in Key West.


MOTOR VEHICLES/RVs large kitchen, living room, covered out-
Harley Davidson Heritage Soft Tail door deck on private swimming canal
Springer, less than 40,000 miles, with access to ocean, large yard, great
Evolution motor, bags, windshield, fringe, space, no pets/smoking/drugs. Military/
white walls, fishtails and lots of chrome. former military preferred, $800/month,
Motor and exhaust are stock, $10,000 includes utilities, off-street parking, call
firm. Call Billie at 797-4430. Sarge at (305) 395-2527.
2007 Ninja 650R, bright red, low miles, FOR RENT
never dropped or raced, comes with two
helmets, asking $4,000, call Tony at (757) Vacant lot for rent, 8,000 square feet.
412-5770 or e-mail t.n.tjones@gmail.com. land, call (o) 34l8 s on tock
2003 Kawasaki Vulcan 500, excellent 1 unfurnished, renovated first floor
condition, $2,800 OBO, call Skip at (716) with wood floors, DW, central A/C, W D
383 with wood floors, D/W, central A/C, W/D,
3086326. ceiling fans, Jacuzzi tub, 1/2 block from
2005 R6 Raven, excellent condition, just Conch Harbor, long side deck, grill, back
over 3,000 miles, many extras includ- storage, dogs ok, $1,500, plus utilities, F/
ing jacket, helmet, rain gear, tools and L/$1,000 security. Call (305) 304-5002.
much more, $5,000, call Rich at (845) 1/1 huge back patio with French doors,
4304373. cabana covering with outside cable and
2007 37' Keystone Raptor, 5th wheel ceiling fan access, back storage, dogs
hitch included, entertainment center, ok $1,550 F/L/$1,000 security. Call (305)
storage, separate door to living area, 304-5002.
large booth dinette, three-burner range, 1/1 second story, wood floors, ceil
fridge, hardwood flooring, outside enter- ing fans, stainless steel kitchens, D/W,
tainment center, front queen bed, queen W/D, central A/C, Jacuzzi tub, dogs ok,
bed over cargo area. Call Kenny at (305) $1,300, F/L/$1,000 security. Available
923-4963 or (305) 872-5436. 7/1, call (305) 304-5002.
2001 Ford F-150 Lariat, extended cab, 111 huge balcony overlooking the court-
4x4, has 120,000 miles, clean truck, house and Fantasy Fest Parade, dogs
maroon in color, every option from fac- ok, $1,450, FL/$1,000 security. Available
tory, $9,000 OBO. Contact Jerret at (352) 61, call (305) 304-5002.
949-0234, transferring and need to sell.


BOATS & ACCESSORIES
20' Formula boat with 200 HP Yamaha,
Bimini top and GPS. Runs great, $2,500.
call (305) 394-7721.
2004 Wellcraft 210 Fisherman with
Yamaha 200 HPDI motor, transferrable
engine warranty, Bimini top, great for
fishing, snorkeling and more, asking
$19,900 OBO, great deal. Call Sherri at
(305) 292-3342 and leave a message.
25' Bayliner 245, 2007, cabin cruiser
live aboard, 40 hours and a 4 year trans-
ferable warranty, trailer included, great
condition and a great weekend getaway,
$50,000, must sell, call Priscilla (918)
619-7969.
MISCELLANEOUS
4x6 utility trailer in great shape, $500.
Call Dave at (757) 675-4244.
Used bike, $25, call Jack 292-0702.
120GB hard drive, brand new but
won't work with my old laptop, comes
with cables and all installation material,
bought at NEX for $80, selling for $40.
Call (412) 706 0181.
China cabinets, $30, call 294-3828.
ROOMMATE
Roommate wanted to share new condo,
walking distance from the Coast Guard
base. Great location, very close to down-
town, condo is 2/2, has washer/dryer,
$700 plus 1/2 of the electric, call (305)
294.7130.
MM 10, walk to Geiger Key marina,
long-term roommate, large, private room
and entrance, cable internet, use of


1/1 moiile nome lots of close space,
tile floors, A/C, W/D, shed, quiet area
close to NAS, $925, call (305) 304-1242.
2/1, renovated mobile home, tiled
floors, A/C, W/D, big shed, patio, fenced
yard, close to NAS, $1,150, call (305)
394-1242.
Townhome in Key West, carport, A/C,
W/D, storage in carport, one of the larg-
est pools in Key West, close to shopping
centers, no smoking or pets, $1,700. Call
(305) 304-1242.
2/2 on canal, lower Sugarloaf Key,
screened wrap-around porch, tile with
carpeted rooms, lots of storage and
large yard, $1,900/month F/L/S, (515)
556-8758 or (303) 437-8697.
3/2 MM 19.5, deep water canal front
home, available 6/8. Fenced lot, well-
behaved pets considered, $2,300. Call
(301) 247-5215.
3/1 with sleeping loft, old town duplex,
front porch, backyard, W/D, A/C, wood
floors, carpeting and tile, $2,195 F/L/S plus
utilities, year lease. Call (646) 644-5756.
2/1 Big Pine Key, unfurnished, on
canal, tiled floor, A/C, patio, quiet neigh-
borhood. No smokers, birds or dogs,
$1,100/month F/L/$1,000 security.
Available now, call (305) 395-2917 or
email isafari@bellsouth.net.
1/1 with five closets, A/C, blinds, tiled,
shed, W/D, yard with palm trees, quiet,
no smoking or pets, $925, call (305)
394-1242.
1/1, Old Town, enclosed porch, rear
deck, walk-in closet, quiet neighborhood,
off street parking, Frances & Fleming,
no pets, $1,300/month plus utilities, F/S,


NAS Classifieds

references required, (941) 320-1278.
2/1 MM 30, Big Pine Key, very quiet,
public pool, laundry on premises, W/
D, $1,000/month, including all utilities
except electric. F/S, will negotiate, call
Priscilla (918) 619-7969.
2/2 private bath with each bedroom,
furnished, private corner lot, off-street
parking, W/D, central A/C, $1,400, call
Kevin at 294-4001.
111 mobile home on Big Coppitt, near
NAS, patio with grill, vacant lots on either
side, tiled with carpet in bedroom, A/C,
W/D, shed, $875, call (305) 394-1242.
FOR SALE
2/1, cement, stucco block home for
sale. Central A/C, tiled floors, French
doors to 14'x29' porch, one room
detached with A/C for office or studio,
garden year round. Walk to private boat
ramp, beach and Sugarloaf school. Extra
50'x100' lot adjoins home for building or
storage for RV, boat. Property is fenced.
Asking $350,000 by owner, call (305)
849-5962.
SERVICES
Avon by Veronica. Interested in
Avon products or becoming an Avon
Representative? Want to have an Avon
party or a Fundraising Event? Contact
Veronica at (305) 904-1927, or e-mail,
avon.by.veronica@gmail.com, or visit:
www.youravon.com/vchaix to make an
appointment or purchase products.
Kenny's personal computer repair. Is
your computer running slow? I can help
with tune ups, building your dream com-
puter, suggest hardware upgrades, and
more. Call Kenny at (954) 801-0822.
Florida state-commissioned notary
available seven days a week for all
your notary needs. Please call Shanna
Christensen at (305) 879-7757.
Nails by Robin, manicures, pedicures,
acrylic, gel, glitter, special occasion
makeup, waxing, tinting and ear pierc
ing. Call Robin to make an appointment,
(305) 797-6634.
Free health coaching offered. Support
group meeting each Monday at 6:30 p.m.
at the Care Center on 4th and Patterson
Streets. Learn how to lose 2 5 pounds
per week, reduce medications, develop
healthy habits and avoid complications
of obesity. Please call Ruth at (305) 923-
0288 or Debbie at (305) 395-0910 for
more information.
Do you home school? Would you like to
be a part of the "Key West Sunschoolers"
home school group? If so, please call
(305) 619-0493, or check out our Web
site, http://floridakeyshomeschoolers.
blogspot.com/.You can also join us at the
Boca Chica bowling alley every Friday at
2 p.m. For base escort, call the number
above. We are open to all military, DoD,
and civilian homeschoolers.
Tupperware consultant looking to have
a party with you and your friends. We
have some great deals going on right


now. Interested in starting your own
Tupperware business? Give me a call
to set up your party! Call Emily Jones,
292-2266.
Private swim lessons, infant swimming
resource. Individual self-rescue swim-
ming lessons for children from 6 months
to 6 years old. An infant from 6-12
months is taught to roll over to a "survival
float" from a face-down position in the
water. A child 12 months or older learns
a "swim-float-swim" sequence. The pro-
gram takes about four to six weeks to
learn and stabilize these skills. Contact
Lindsey Kahle at (305) 393-5006 for
more information.
Certified babysitter available week-
days from 4 11:30 p.m., anytime on
the weekends, short notice okay, junior
at KWHS with transportation. Contact
Jennifer at (305) 647-8577.
Seamstress at your service, all ser-
vice uniforms done to specifications, all
common sewing needs, hemming and
repairs welcome. Call any day (239) 938-
6854. Same day service available.
Interested in learning the basics of
racquetball or improving your current
level of play? For details call the only
AMPRO-certified instructor in the Keys,
Ronnie, at (504) 912-7081.
Mary Kay Robin has a full inventory
right here in Key West. Call her at (305)
797-6634 or go to www.marykay.com/
radiantrobin.
Writing services. Internationally pub-
lished freelance writer can help you
write the perfect piece. Need help with
a technical piece, language tutoring, or
editing? In addition to general writing,
I do medical, wellness and children's
writing. Please contact Sandy Kaster at
(305) 292-1558 or (813) 470-0222 or
pkaster@hotmail.com.
No time to clean? Housecleaning ser-
vices now available for weekends and
weekdays from 2 p.m. on. Base access,
reliable. Call Carmen at (321) 297-1215.
Do you need someone you can trust
to clean your house or walk your dog? If
so, call Thaksana at (248) 802-9342 or
e-mail thaksanalee31 @gmail.com.
Military seamstress services for minor
alterations and sewing of your military
uniforms. For more information or to
make an appointment, please call Dawn
at 304-0624.
Miraculous Miriam can clean your
entire house and take care of the yard
too. Specializes in cleaning carpets, tile
floors, yard maintenance, tropical land-
scaping. Call Miriam or Daniel at 393-
0439. Se habla Espahol.
Lisa Huber Pure Romance Consultant
#22557. Serving the Florida Keys. Find
out why I've fallen in love with Pure
Romance. Call 296-7605 or (843) 325-
7161. E-mail: lisahuber@pureromance.
com. Shop from the comfort and con-
fidentiality of your home at: lisahuber.
pureromance.com.


DaFloProductions Mobile DJ
Entertainment. Providing strictly the
hits for your dancing crave since 1989.
Mobile DJ service for all occasions
with state-of-the-art sound and light-
ing effects. Satisfaction guaranteed! Se
habla Espahol. For more information
and bookings call 872-4322, or e-mail:
dafloproductions@yahoo.com.
Kathy Brown's cleaning service. Moving
out or in, need a little or a lot of help
around the house? We can help you
get it clean. Openings and special rates
for Peary Court, Truman, Trumbo and
Sigsbee, (305) 304-2008.
Your Way Hairstyles. Curls, braids,
twists up or down. Weddings, proms,
homecoming or a night on the town. Will
come to you. Call Amanda for appoint-
ment at 896-0325.
Herbalife. Want to lose or gain weight,
add more muscle and gain an extra
energy boost or just simply get healthy?
Contact Ivan to show you how. Call
294-3571.
Want to AccelerateYour Life? Interested
in joining the Navy or Naval Reserves?
Just want to know more? Call BM2 (SW)
Shaun Mechalske at 293-2934 or stop
by the recruiting office at 1805 Staples
Avenue behind AutoZone.
Alterations by Ann. We handle all mili-
tary uniforms and civilian clothes. Dry
cleaning service also available. Stop by
at 3201 Flagler or call 292-1112.
VOLUNTEERS
Key West Wildlife Center is seeking
volunteers to assist with animal care in
our wildlife hospital and outdoor main-
tenance of exhibits and center grounds.
Animal experience is a plus but not nec-
essary. Please contact Michelle at (305)
292-1008 or stop by the center. We are
open everyday from 9 a.m. 5 p.m. and
are located at 1801 White Street.
YARD SALES
1543A Bowfin St. Saturday 9 a.m. 2
p.m. Two-family sale, everything must go.
Patio furniture, grill, dresser, twin bed,
DVDs, kitchen items and more. Follow
the signs!
Huge multi-family yard sale Saturday
from 8 a.m. 2 a.m. at 147 Peary Ct.
Baby items, kid toys, storage shelves
and lots more.
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BY LT. CMDR. BRYAN
BLANKENSHIP
SNAVMETOCPRODEV Det. South

If weather forecasters could
tell you with 100 percent
* certainty a hurricane will
= strike the Keys on September
N 10, 2009, what would you do
between now and then?
5 Obviously no one can make
such a forecast with any skill.
You should always be ready for
a potential hurricane strike.
With the initial seasonal hur-
ricane forecasts are out of 12
13 named storms, 6 8 hur-
ricanes and 2 3 major, early
indicators are pointing to an
"average" hurricane season
this year.
So what exactly does "aver-
age" mean?
Average means everyone
needs to prepare for the worst.
It only takes one storm to
destroy a city and more impor-
tantly, the lives of the unpre-
pared. The current forecast
also calls for a near-average
chance of a major hurricane
hitting the U.S., both along the
east coast (32 percent chance,


31 percent chance is average)
and the Gulf Coast (31 percent
chance, 30 percent chance is
average). The Caribbean is
also forecast to have an aver-
age risk of a major hurricane.
Remember, seasonal fore-
casts made in April are just
an educated guess on what to
expect. The global and tropical
computer models used in these
forecasts are not exact and usu-
ally change. That's more of a
reason to be prepared.
Meteorologists and other
scientists look at many fac-
tors when making a forecast.
Right now they see indications
of increased levels of vertical
wind shear in the atmosphere
which tends to decrease
Atlantic hurricane activity. Sea
surface temperatures (SST) in
the tropical Atlantic over the
past several months are also
at their coolest level since July
1994. For the amateurweather-
guesser, cooler-than-normal
waters are good news because
it means less heat energy for
developing hurricanes. Cooler
temperatures also mean high-
er barometer readings and


stronger-than-normal trade
winds. Put all these weather
"ingredients" together and it's
not a very inviting environ-
ment for hurricane formation
and growth.
Another weather phenom-
enon forecasters look at is El
Nifio. El Nifio is a disruption
of the ocean-atmosphere sys-
tem in the Tropical Pacific that
has a big impact for weather
and climate around the globe.
Atlantic hurricane activity is
lowest during El Nifio years
and highest during La Nifia or
neutral years. For the upcom-
ing season it looks like the cur-
rent weak La Nifia conditions
will transition to neutral and
perhaps weak El Nifio condi-
tions (50 percent chance).
One thing is for certain;
eventually a hurricane will
come to the Keys. It could be
in 2009 or it may be 100 years
from now. The potential for
disaster here requires you to
be ready just like putting on
a seatbelt each time you start
your car. You never expect to
get in a crash but one day it
could happen and you'll be


glad you buckled up. Be ready Remember the only thing
to put on those house shutters that defines a "bad" hurricane
and get out your pre-prepared season is the hurricane that
hurricane plan of action. strikes your area.




EMERGENCY AND WEATHER INFO

Naval Air Station Key West
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similar climate conditions and uncertainties to those expected this year. They do
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CAPTAIN'S QUARIERS: 'Be prepared, stay informed, and take care of yc


after taking command
when I had to deal with my
first KeyWest area hurricane.
Hurricane Ike swung close
last September and forced
us to evacuate. Fortunately,
the Keys were
sparedadirect
hit. This year,
forecasters
are predicting
a relatively
NAS Key West quiet hurri-
Commanding cane season
Officer but whether
CAPT. you have one
STEPHEN storm or a
HOLMES dozen, the
one that hits
you turns a good summer
into a bad one. Preparing for
that ONE storm before it gets
here is what everyone should


be doing now.
Many military families here
have little or no experience
regarding hurricane prepara-
tion and survival. The ever-
changing weather patterns
haven't tossed anything in our
direction since the hurricane-
filled summer of 2005. This
issue of the "Southernmost
Flyer" containsimportantinfor-
mation relevant to all Naval Air
Station KeyWest personnel and
their families. There are many
other checklists available at
local stores. Be prepared, stay
informed, and take care of your
shipmates.
Hurricane evacuations are
a part of life in the Keys. In
cooperation with other emer-
gency management officials,
the commanding officer of the
base will make the determina-


tion of shelter in place, relo-
cate to a base shelter or evacu-
ate. Last season NAS KeyWest
began using the One Call Now
automated phone message
system to keep department
heads and tenant commands
informed of rapidly changing
situations. Review evacuation
checklists so that when the
order is given, you know what
to do. You can't take everything
with you so now is the time to
prepare. Review your contact
information on Navy Family
AccountabilityandAssessment
System (NFAAS) and Total
Workforce Management
Services (TWMS). Mustering,
evacuation orders and entitle-
ments are based upon these
online services.
Your hurricane prepara-
tions should include a review


according to the National
Weather Service).
So the only thing I can say
right now is, "Are you ready?"
From May 2008:
Are you ready? XO's always
asking the same question.
"Ready for what XO?"
Here is what I am talking
about. We work, day in and
day out, to meet our military
mission. We train in our rate,
MOS, occupation or warfare
specialty; we equip ourselves
with the proper tools and
weapons to get the job done;
we keep ourselves physically
fit, we use Operational Risk
Management (ORM) to man-
age the risks inherent with
military and base support
operations and so on. The bot-
tom line is we do all these
things to be, say it with me
now, READY!
Readiness on the homefront
is just as important, more so
in Key West if you think about
it. Hurricane season is now
upon us. Whether the season
is active like 2005 or quiet like
2007 it only takes one tropical
storm or hurricane to put the
NAS Key West Hurricane Plan
into action. This issue of the
Southernmost Flyer is a great


of personal property insur-
ance policies. If your car has
a base decal, it's supposed to
be insured. Many Sailors have
learned hard financial les-
sons by not being adequately
insured. It's well worth the
affordable cost to protect your
personal property. For active-
duty military families, one of
the benefits of living in a gov-
ernment housing home is no-
cost, personal property insur-
ance for up to $20,000 with a
$250 deductible.
In the past, the Navy paid
families to evacuate and pro-
vided special allowances if
families were displaced from
hurricane-damaged homes,
however, don't expect to make
a windfall profit if government
reimbursement is provided.
Watch what you spend and


family to be as prepared as you
can be for such an event.
Part of being "ready" is
having an evacuation plan.
Depending on the storm fore-
cast track and intensity, the
commanding officer of NAS
Key West, working in concert
with local, county, and state
officials, may order an evacu-
ation of NAS Key West mili-
tary members, government
civilians, and their families to
our out-of-area safe heaven..
An evacuation order needs
to be taken very seriously.
Evacuations must be done
expeditiously, but safely. Have
a plan. Review it frequently.
It may be a good idea to run
your own evacuation drill at
home to ensure that you have
thought of everything before
the actual event. Buttoning
up the homestead, securing
valuables and making sure
you have enough cash on
hand are not things that any
of us do every day. By plan-
ning and practicing the plan
we become better prepared for
the unthinkable.
One of the most critical
aspects of an evacuation is
accounting for the where-
abouts andwell-being of every-
one. NAS KeyWest's Evacuation


he following is an article
I wrote in May 2008. I
looked it over and I can't
think of too much more to
say even after reviewing les-
sons learned from the 2008
Tropical Storm Season that
had us both shelter (TS Fay)
and evacuate to safe-haven
Orlando (Hurricane Ike); not
to mention the near misses of
Hannah and Gustav.
That said, I would like to add
the following: The devastation
of the 2005
season is well
behind us but
so is some of
that corporate
knowledge.
NASey West Many of our
NAS Key West
Executive Officer shipmates and
CMDR. co-workers
MIKEGIARDINO have since left
the NASKW
team. Some of our new folks
have not experienced tropical
weather before or been sta-


with only one way in and one
way out.
If you are one of those new
folks I ask you to heed the
advice of those more expe-
rienced team members as
well as ready yourself for the
upcoming tropical storm sea-
son by first reading this edition
of the SMF from cover to cover
and then take the appropri-
ate actions to make yourself
ready.
For our more experienced
team members, please set the
example when it comes to
hurricane preparedness and
please look out for those who
have recently arrived. Pay spe-
cial attention to those mid-
summer arrivals. Although we
participated in the May 2009
hurricane exercise (HURREX),
Citadel Gale, NAS plans
another mini-HURREX in July
to review our procedures and
assist those who PCS into the
area before peak season (mid-


tioned 140 miles out to sea August through late October, tool to guide you and your


ur shipmates'
treat every expense as if it was
coming from your personal
budget. There's no guarantee
the Navy will provide the same _
allowances and benefits as
they did in the past. Keep an
eye on your expenses and pay
the bills when they are due. *
We rush to evacuate and it's g
easy to lose focus on what's a
important: Safety. Accidents "
happen when we lose our focus. Z
Several years ago, an air sta-
tion family lost their home to an
unattended cooking fire while
they were packing their car for
evacuation. Keep an eye on
safety this hurricane season.
Hurricanes are a fact oflife in
the Keys. The time to get ready
for a hurricane isn't when it's
churning a few hundred miles
offshore. Prepare now before
the storms form.


Control Center (ECC) pro-
vides the vital link between
the personnel who remain at
the air station and evacuated
personnel. A 24-hour watch is
set up at Orlando's Navy and
Marine Corps Reserve Center
and manned by watchstand-
ers from NAS KeyWest depart-
ments and tenant commands.
This watch will track the
storm's progress and effects,
coordinate communications,
find the resources requested
by the commanding offi-
cer, and many other tasks to
ensure that evacuated per-
sonnel and their families are
kept informed of the situation,
and to assist in the return and
recovery operations after the
storm passes.
An accurate muster is essen-
tial to a quick recovery. The ECC
needs to know the location and
recall number of every evacuee.
That information is essential
because, depending on the spe-
cific damage caused by the hur-
ricane, certain skill sets may be
urgently needed to start repairs
at the air station. The ECC will
contact the needed personnel,
and coordinate their transpor-
tation back to NAS Key West. If

see READINESS page 6


Ready, readiness



serious matters








Measuring the power
SSAFFIR-SIMPSON SCALE

SThe Saffir-Simpson scale categorizes hurricanes
Based on the storm's wind speed, storm surge and
Sthe degree of damage expected. A storm's strength
i is classified by categories from one to five.

CATEGORY ONE
*D Sustained winds of 64-82 knots (74-95 mph) with a storm surge of 4-5 feet
S above normal. There is normally no real damage to building structures,
except for unanchored mobile homes and sheds. Poorly constructed
signs, piers, trees, and shrubbery normally sustain damage, along with
coastal flooding of low-lying areas.

CATEGORY TWO
SSustained winds from 83-95 knots (96-110 mph) with a storm surge
6-8 feet above normal. At this point, minor structural damage occurs
including poorly constructed roofs, doors, and windows. Expect
significant damage to mobile homes, poorly constructed signs, and
piers. Low lying areas will begin flooding up to four hours prior to the
storm making landfall due to the storm surge in the wake of the storm.
Small craft in unprotected anchorages will break moorings.

CATEGORY THREE
SSustained winds from 96-113 knots (111-130 mph) with a storm surge
9-12 feet above normal. Mandatory evacuation for all non-essential
service members and their families will occur. Expect significant
structural damage to small residences due to storm surge and sig-
nificant flooding, as well as loss of power due to blown over telephone
poles and trees. Mobile homes and poorly constructed signs will be
destroyed.

CATEGORY FOUR
Sustained winds from 114-135 knots (131-155 mph) with a storm
surge 13-18 feet above normal. Expect extensive damage including
roof and wall failures on small residences due to high winds and high
storm surge. Expect the storm surge to begin flooding up to five hours
prior to the storm making landfall. Docks and piers will sustain major
damage or be destroyed. Expect the loss or damage of small craft
either anchored or docked on the island.

CATEGORY FIVE
SSustained winds of 136 knots or higher (156 mph or higher) with a
storm surge generally 18 feet above normal. Expect catastrophic
damage to occur, including complete structural failure of residences
and massive flooding of the entire island. Significant land erosion will
occur as well as the loss of all foliage.

Only three Category Five hurricanes have made landfall within the continental United States in recorded
history resulting in significant coastal damage, catastrophic structural failure, and a great loss of life. These
include the Hurricane of '35, which made landfall in the Middle Keys; Hurricane Camille, which made land-
fall in Mississippi in 1969; and Hurricane Andrew, which made landfall in South Florida in 1992. Hurricane
Katrina, which made landfall in eastern Louisiana in August 2005; Hurricane Rita, which made landfall
along the Texas/Louisiana border in September 2005; and Hurricane Wilma, which made landfall over south-
ern Florida in October 2005 all reached Category Five strength but decreased in intensity prior to making
landfall.


2009 ATLANTIC

TROPICAL CYCLONE

NAMES

FROM WWW.NOAA.GOV

experience shows that the use of
short, distinctive given names in
written as well as spoken com-
munications is quicker and less sub-
ject to error than the older more cum-
bersome latitude-longitude identifica-
tion methods. These advantages are
especially important in exchanging
detailed storm information between
hundreds of widely scattered stations,
coastal bases, and ships at sea.
Since 1953, Atlantic tropical storms
have been named from lists originated
by the National Hurricane Center. They
are now maintained and updated by an
international committee of the World
Meteorological Organization. The orig-
inal name lists featured only women's
names. In 1979, men's names were
introduced and they alternate with the
women's names. Six lists are used in
rotation. Thus, the 2008 list will be used
again in 2014.
The only time that there is a change
in the list is if a storm is so deadly or
costly that the future use of its name
on a different storm would be inap-
propriate for reasons of sensitivity. If
that occurs, then at an annual meeting
by the WMO committee (called primar-
ily to discuss many other issues) the
offending name is stricken from the
list and another name is selected to
replace it.
Several names have been changed
since the lists were created. For exam-
ple, on the 2007 list (which will be used
again in 2013), Dorian has replaced
Dean, Femand has replaced Felix, and
Nestor has replaced Noel.
In the event that more than 21 named
tropical cyclones occur in the Atlantic
basin in a season, additional storms
will take names from the Greek alpha-
bet: Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta, and so
on. If a storm forms in the off-season,
it will take the next name in the list
based on the current calendar date. For
example, if a tropical cyclone formed
on December 28th, it would take the
name from the previous season's list of
names. If a storm formed in February, it
would be named from the subsequent
season's list of names.









A NAME

FORALL

SEASONS

ANA

BILL

CLAUDETTE

DANNY

ERIKA

FRED

GRACE

HENRI

IDA

JOAQUIN

KATE

LARRY

MINDY

NICHOLAS

ODETTE

PETER

ROSE

SAM

TERESA

VICTOR

WANDA


CNO-mandated hurricane readiness tasl


BY YNC (SW/AW) CHAD GUILLORY
NAS Key West Assistant Administrative Officer
Hurricane Season is here,
and living in Key West
means there is a good pos-
sibility of having to evacuate.
Given this, there are four Chief
of Naval Operations (CNO) man-
dated items for all Department
of the Navy (DoN) personnel:
enrollment in the Defense Travel
System (DTS) Web site, obtain-
ing a Government Travel Charge
Card (GTCC), updating your
Navy Family Accountability &
Assessment System (NFAAS)
account, and updating your Total
Workforce Management System
(TWMS) self-service account.
DEFENSE TRAVEL SYSTEM
Per NAVADMIN 315/08, DTS is


the Department of Defense (DoD)
mandated electronic order writing
system when DoN personnel go
on official Temporary Duty Travel
(TDY) or if there is a need to evacu-
ate due to a natural disaster. All mil-
itary personnel must be enrolled in
DTS, or they will not receive reim-
bursement after an evacuation
until enrollment is completed and
DTS orders are written. Military
family members and DoN civilians
and their family members will be
issued separate evacuation orders
by their sponsor's command using
a different system than DTS. DTS
travel advances and claims will be
processed online, and all non-DTS
advances and travel claims will be
filed with the Jacksonville Travel
Processing Center (TPC) by com-
pleting a paper travel voucher. The


main advantages of DTS are quick
advances for those who are ineli-
gible for a GTCC, as well as quick
payment of travel claims upon
return of an evacuation, most times
within two to three work days, vice
two to three weeks with TPC. See
your command/department DTS
Representative to enroll today at
www.defensetravel.osd.mil. The
DTS Helpdesk can also be reached
at 1-800-378-5406.

GOVERNMENT TRAVEL
CHARGE CARD
Per NAVADMIN 316/08, all DoN
personnel are also mandated to
have a GTCC. GTCCs shall be used
during all official TDYs and evacu-
ations to pay for essential needs
such as gas for vehicles, food, lodg-
ing, tolls, rental car (if needed), and


ks for all
even withdrawing cash advances;
however the GTCC SHALL NOT be
used for non-essential items such
as gifts and entertainment. All card 0
transactions are recorded, and any
fraudulent use is punishable under
the UCMJ. The process to obtain a
GTCC can take one to three weeks, *
so contact your command GTCC
Coordinator today.

NAVY FAMILY
Co
ACCOUNTABILITY &
ASSESSMENT SYSTEM
During the Navy-wide hurri-
cane exercise held in May, several
personnel did not have accurate
recall information listed in NFAAS.
NFAAS is used to account for all
DoN personnel and their family
members during and after a natu-
ral disaster. NFAAS was used for
Hurricane Ike in September 2008
when all Key West DoN person-
nel and their families were ordered
to evacuate to the Orlando safe
haven. Updating NFAAS takes only
a few minutes and can be accom-
plished at https://navyfamily.navy.
mil. Log in using the sponsor's SSN
and date of birth, then click on
the "My Info" tab. All information
contained within is pulled from
the Defense Enrollment Eligibility
Reporting System (DEERS) data-
base. If your DEERS information is
inaccurate, contact PSD Key West.

TOTALWORKFORCE
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Finally, all DoN military and civil-
ian personnel in Key West must
update their TWMS information as
well. This is where family informa-
tion is pulled from to draft evacu-
ation orders for military and Navy
civilian family members. Login to
https://twms.nmci.navy.mil/selfser-
vice/. In the left-hand column, click
on "Personal/Recall Information."
One of the biggest concerns
during Hurricane Ike, aside from
accounting for personnel and
family members, was having suf-
ficient personal funds, so be sure
you and your family are prepared
now. Remember, it's not a question
of "if" a hurricane will affect Key
West; it's a question of"when."


CONDITIONS OF READINESS

COR 5 Anticipated 1. Update personal information in TWMS and NFAAS.
destructive force winds 2. Re\ iew personal preparedness plans and stock up on
within 96 hours. COR 5 is nonperishable food items and bottled water.
the heightened state of 3. Re\ ie" personal property/renters insurance co erage.
readiness that begins June 1 4. Check the doors and windows in housing units to ensure
and runs until Nov. 30. that the\ will lock and latch properly.
COR 4 Anticipated 1. Ensure personal vehicle gas tanks are full.
destructive force winds 2. Bring in loose items such as lawn furniture, garbage cans.
within 72 hours, garden hoses and other outdoor items to an inside, secure
location.
3. Public Works begins shuttering buildings and ensures
emergency gencaItor fuel tanks are full.
COR 3 Anticipated 1. Prepare interiors of buildings by remo\ ing items, from
destructive force winds nearby windows and exterior walls.
within 48 hours. 2. Use plastic sheeting to cover computers and electronic
cquipinent.
3. Have all important documents and files moved to a safe
dry location.
4. Visitors in VQ, RV Park and other MWR facilities will be
ordered to evacuate as will other Keys visitors.
5. Families should prepare to evacuate or move to local
shelter when ordered by the commanding officer.
COR 2 Anticipated 1. Conduct final inspections of houses and buildings.
destructive force winds 2. When ordered, move to designated shelter or evacuate to
within 24 hours. safe haven with the appropriate supplies.
COR 1 Anticipated If a sheltering event, all personnel who have not yet sheltered
destructive force winds are to report to as-signed shelters.
within 12 hours.

Tropical Cyclone Conditions of Readiness (COR) are ordered by the Naval Air Station Key West
commanding officer based on the expected onset of destructive winds. These CORs prepare the
base and personnel for possible destructive tropical storm conditions. This chart shows what
happens when each COR is set by the commanding officer.









SMedical and dental services/emergencies during a hurricar
SFROM NBHC KEY WEST you return to Key West, con- the Branch Health Clinic receipts so that proper reim-


( Medical

In the event of a hurricane
evacuation from KeyWest, and
Medical treatment is neces-
Ssary, active duty members and
Their families who are enrolled
N in TRICARE Prime should fol-
Slow the criteria below while
traveling:

Emergency Medical Care: Go
directly to the nearest civilian
or military hospital emergency
room.

Urgent Care: For non-emer-
gent care, but a medical con-
dition that cannot wait until


tact Humana Military Health
Services at 1-800-444-5445.
They can help you find the
nearest civilian medical facil-
ity and can authorize the visit.

Pharmacy Services: If a net-
work provider prescribes you
medication, ask the provider
for the location of the near-
est network pharmacy. Please
be advised that co-payments
may be charged for prescrip-
tions from a network pharma-
cy. Save all receipts to submit
for reimbursement later. If
you suspect that you will need
refills during a possible evacu-
ation, we highly recommend
that you obtain the refills at


Pharmacy prior to the evacua-
tion. Do not wait until the last
minute to attempt a refill.

Upon return to
Key West:


bursement can be made.
Non-TRICAREPrimepatients
should obtain medical care
using the normal procedures
as outlined for the TRICARE
Standard and TRICARE Extra
programs. For assistance, these


Active duty personnel: Retain members
your receipts and any paper- Military I
work associated with your 800-444-5
treatment and contact the
Branch Health Clinic Health Dental
Benefits Advisor for possible
reimbursement. In the e
Family Members: If you evacuatic
obtained medical care dur- emerge
ing an evacuation, you should necessary
contact the TRICARE Service instructic
Center at the Branch Health Emerg
Clinic with appropriate Active Dt


can contact Humana
Health Services at 1-
i445.


vent of a hurricane
)n from KeyWest, and
cy dental treatment is
y, please follow the
ns below:
ency/Urgent Care for
ty Members


Southernmost Flyer file photos


Hurricane preparations at

Balfour Beatty Communities


re you prepared for hur-
ricane season? Balfour
eatty Communities
aims to make the hurricane
season a bit less stressful for
its residents. Some of the ben-
efits to living on base during
hurricane season include:
Lawn care to ready the
property before the storm and
debris pick up after the storm
has passed.
If an evacuation is called,
base security makes sure your
property is safe from looters.


The maintenance depart-
ment is available to take care
of service requests and any
repairs after the storm.
Balfour Beatty provides
insurance, up to $20,000 in
coverage, in case your prop-
erty is damaged.
If you would like more
information about living in
one of our communities, or
any questions or concerns for
us about hurricane season,
please contact our office at
292-5590.


Readiness
continued from page 3


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at all times.
Of course, not every evac-
uee will be working full time.
Hurricanes can be extremely
stressful, both physically and
mentally. If we evacuate to
Orlando, the safe haven offers
many recreational opportuni-
ties for Sailors and their fami-
lies. Everyone is encouraged to
take advantage of these oppor-
tunities and to spend time with
family and friends when you're
not working. Keep in mind that
our mission is to safely evacu-
ate, and then quickly recover
the air station when ordered.
Until the commanding officer
authorizes the return, keep in
touch with your supervisor,
stay safe and be ready!


ie evacuation
For emergency dental care
that cannot wait until you
return to KeyWest:
Contact a licensed dental
provider in the area to which
you have been evacuated.
Use the Yellow Pages or other
resources to assist you with
finding a licensed dentist.
Upon arrival at the dental
office, contact the Military
Medical Support Office
(MMSO) at 1-888-647-6676.
When prompted, select
option 2, and then option 2
again to reach Dental Claim
Assistance.
ATTENTION THIS MMSO
INFORMATIONS ONLYVALID
UNTIL JULY31, 2009.
Starting August 1, 2009,
active duty members must
contact Dental United
Concordia at 866-984-2337 for
assistance.

Emergency/Urgent
Care for Dependants/
Family Members
For emergency dental care that
cannot wait until you return to
KeyWest:
Call United Concordia at 1-
800-866-8499 and request a
listing of licensed dental pro-
viders for the area to which
you have been evacuated.
They can provide you with a
listing of all local dentists who
will accept United Concordia
Insurance.
NOTE: You must be previ-
ously enrolled in the TRICARE
Dental United Concordia
Program to use this service. It
is highly recommended that
you enroll now.
Keep all receipts and cop-
ies of paperwork for your own
records.
If you have questions, please
contact the Naval Branch
Health Clinic Command Duty
Officer at (305) 797-8008.


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FROM NAS KEY WEST PUBLIC
AFFAIRS

A approaching hurricanes
get most in the Keys
thinking about heading
north to evacuate. However,
not every Key West-bound
hurricane triggers an evacu-
ation.
Naval Air Station Key West
typically follows Monroe
County hurricane procedures.
Here in Monroe County, the
forecasted strength of the
approaching storm largely
determines whether elected
officials order an evacuation
of Monroe County or not.

Local Sheltering

Category 1 and 2 storms may
not trigger an evacuation of
the Keys but military person-
nel and their families may be
ordered to leave government
housing and move into tem-
porary shelter until the storm
passes. Depending on weather
conditions and the threat of



Adequate

insurance

coverage:

An important

part of

hurricane

preparations

FROM THE NAS KEY WEST STAFF
JUDGE ADVOCATE'S OFFICE

W th the 2009 Hurricane
Season in full swing,
people are stocking up
on emergency supplies, like
batteries and bottled water,
preparing their homes, and
establishing evacuation/shel-
tering contingency plans with
their families. Additionally,


flooding, families in military
housing can be ordered to des-
ignated, on-base shelter spaces
until the storm passes. Monroe
County also opens hurricane
shelters at designated schools
for those residing in town.
The updated NAS Key West
hurricane instruction provides
sheltering information for the
base. If ordered to local shel-
ters, the sheltering notice will
be posted to the base Web site
www.cnic.navy.mil/keywest.
Families sheltering on base
should pack clothing, food,
water, andhurricane emergen-
cy kits (including flashlights
andbatteries) to take with them
to the shelter. Conditions can
be cramped but families are
expected to remain only until
the threat is passed. Family
pets cannot remain in military
housing areas or be brought
to designated shelters. A pet
shelter has been designated in
the Supply Warehouse, Bldg.
A-931, on Boca Chica. All pets
must be caged and have a sup-
ply of food and water.


people should remember the
importance of proper insur-
ance preparation. Adequate
insurance coverage is a tool
that will look after your assets
during a hurricane and there-
after, while you look after your
family.
Four years ago, many Key
West citizens learned a diffi-
cult lesson about the need for
proper insurance, as they wit-
nessed the devastating effects
of Hurricane Wilma. Many
people in the community,
including servicemembers
and government employees,
found their homes and vehi-
cles flooded and much of their
personal property destroyed.
Unfortunately, many people
were uninsured, or found that
their existing insurance poli-
cies were inadequate to cover
their loss.
It is very important that
everyone evaluates their
insurance needs. Take a few


Evacuation

An evacuation is typically
ordered when a hurricane
force winds are expected to
reach Category 3 strength or
higher (in excess of 111 mph).
An evacuation may also be
ordered in cases where hurri-
cane conditions can be similar
to a Category 3 storm, such


as storm surge or strong wind
gusts.
NAS Key West follows the
orders of Monroe County
elected officials regarding
evacuations. Military per-
sonnel and their families are
directed to the safe haven in
Orlando and the air station is
closed. No one, including pets,
is allowed to remain in govern-


required

ment housing areas.
Evacuations are part of the
Keys lifestyle and NAS Key Q
West takes family safety seri-
ously. The predicted path of
the storm and its strength
drives the decision to evacuate *
or shelter on station. Military S
personnel and their families a
need to be prepared for any M
circumstance.
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moments to review your cur-
rent insurance policy, or to
evaluate your need for insur-
ance. If you have renters insur-
ance, homeowners insurance,
or automobile insurance,
make sure you understand
the extent of your policy, the
limit of your coverage, and the
amount of your deductible.
It is particularly important to
know whether the policy cov-
ers the sort of damages associ-
ated with hurricanes, such as
wind and flood damage. Some
standard renters insurance
policies that do not cover flood
losses, and a number of hom-
eowner's policies that require
the purchase of additional
flood or wind coverage. If you
simply do not have insurance
coverage, make sure you have
a financial plan in place to
address potential losses from
a hurricane.
Those people who rent prop-
erty or reside on base should


seriously consider obtaining
some form of renter's insur-
ance. If you reside on base, you
are eligible to file a claim with
the government for your loss,
but your reimbursement will
be limited to the depreciated
value of your damaged goods,
not the replacement value.
Renters insurance, in contrast,
compensates you at replace-
ment value not depreciation
value. And, your claim will be
processed significantly quick-
er. The cost of renters insur-
ance is usually affordable, and
can provide varying amounts
of coverage depending on an
individual's needs.
Once someone obtains the
proper insurance coverage, he
or she can enter the hurricane
season secure in the knowl-
edge that they are covered if
their property is damaged or
destroyed. Ask yourself the fol-
lowing questions:
(1) If my home, apartment,


or government quarters are
flooded, damaged, or lost dur-
ing a hurricane, will I be reim-
bursed for the loss or damage
to my personal belongings?
(2) If my car, boat, or motor-
cycle is flooded, damaged, or
lost during a hurricane, will I
be reimbursed for the loss of
these vehicles?
(3) How much will I be reim-
bursed for my loss?
(4) Is there a deductible?
Of course, anyone consid-
ering the purchase of a new
insurance policy should com-
pare the costs and scope of
coverage from various insur-
ance companies before decid-
ing on the policy best for them.
Just as you would ask your-
self about your evacuation
contingency plan, as part of
your hurricane preparations,
you should also ask yourself
the above four questions, and
make sure you are able to
answer them fully.


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SHurricane

checklists for

the Key West

military family


S Tow is the best time to
N get together every-
' thing you may need for
- the next hurricane emergency.
There are two circumstances
that you should be prepared for
local sheltering or evacuation.
First, prepare your home. Bring
inside: lawn furniture, trash
cans, hanging plants, outdoor
decorations or ornaments, or
anything else that can be car-
ried by the wind. Close win-
dows and doors, then close
hurricane shutters. Note: Tape
does not prevent windows from
breaking, so taping windows is
not recommended.

SHELTERS

If ordered from Truman Annex
or Sigsbee Park to locally shel-
ter, evacuees should bring:
Blankets, sheets, pillows.
One gallon of water per
person per day (enough for
three days), and non-perish-



Traveling or

evacuating

with your pet


FROM THE FLORIDA KEYS
SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION
OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS, INC.

The season for hurricane
evacuation and moving is here.
Whether you're moving or
temporarily evacuating, trav-
eling by air or by car, across the
state or the country, you can
and should take your pets
with you. It will take only a
little extra effort and planning.
As you prepare to leave your
home, pack a "pet travel kit"
with your pet's things. If you
are traveling by air, be sure to


able canned food that does
not require cooking. Items
such as ready-to-eat meats,
fruits, vegetables, canned
juices, high-energy foods
such as peanut butter, jelly,
crackers, granola bars, trail
mix, and other snack foods.
Proof of residence, social
security cards, insurance
policies, birth and marriage
certificates, stocks, bonds
and other financial certifi-
cates, irreplaceable photo-
graphs, wills, deeds, com-
puter backup files and cop-
ies of recent tax returns.
Bring toys, games, cards and
books for amusement.
* Flashlights
* Battery-operated radio
* Fully charged battery-oper-
ated lanterns
* Extra batteries
* Matches
* Mosquito coils
* Clock (wind-up or battery)
* Plastic garbage bags
* Scissors
* Toilet paper
* Clean change of clothes,
rain gear, sturdy boots
* Manual can opener
* Bottle opener
* Pocket knife preferably
Swiss Army-style
* Ice chests or coolers
* Paper plates, napkins


make your pet's reservations
well in advance. If traveling
by car, never leave your pets
unattended in a vehicle.
If you will be staying in a
motel, make reservations in
advance at animal-friendly
facilities. Finding such a motel
is easy. You can search the
Internet or check out travel
books for pet-friendly accom-
modations. During emergen-
cies, such as hurricane evacu-
ation, most motels will accept
pets if you have kennels for
them. Upon arrival at your
destination, if you need to
board your pets, you can find
kennels in the phone book yel-
low pages or on the Internet. If
you lose your pet, immediate-
ly contact animal shelters in
the area to provide your pet's
description and your contact
information so your pet can


* Plastic cups, knives, forks,
spoons
* Medic Alert tags
* Insect repellent sprays
* Feminine hygiene items
* Insect bite lotion
* Sunscreen
* Soap
* First-aid kit
* Extra over-the-counter med-
icine (for colds, allergies)
* Children's medicines
* Aspirin
* Diarrhea medication
* Bandages and tape
* Cotton-tipped swabs
* Antiseptic solution
* Sterile rolls, bandages
* Tweezers
* Needles
* Disinfectant
* Plastic bags, jugs or contain-
ers to store water and ice.
* Disposable diapers
* Wipes
* Diaper-rash ointment,
petroleum jelly
* Baby medicines (pain, cold,
cough)
* Medicine dropper
* Extra formula, baby food
* Emergency toilet
* Small can or garbage can
with tight lid
* Plastic bags for liners
* Disinfectant or bleach
* Deodorizer


be returned to you if turned in
to a shelter. It's a good idea to
have a picture of your pet with
you in case they are lost.
Your pets are part of your
family and will adapt to your
move or evacuation if you give
them a chance. As stressful as
moving or evacuating is, it is
much less stressful for your
pet than being left behind to
fend for itself or being placed
in an animal shelter hoping for
a new family. Having a pet is a
lifetime commitment. If you
needhelp preparing for move
with your pets or preparing
your family's hurricane evacu-
ation plan, contact the Florida
Keys SPCA at 294-4857.

Pet Travel Kit

Sturdy kennel: Keep cats and
small dogs in kennel while


ITEMS NOT
ALLOWED:

* Absolutely no pets, alcohol or
private weapons will be per-
mitted in shelters. Take pets,
with cages and supplies, to
the designated pet shelter on
Boca Chica, Bldg. A-931.
* Smoking will not be permit-
ted in shelters.
* Cooking equipment
* Large valuables
* Large toys
* Non-essential personal
belongings
Upon arrival at the local shel-
ter, register immediately with
the Shelter Officer and other
personnel operating the shel-
ter. Direct any questions to
your department's designated
Hurricane Shelter Officer.

EVACUATION

If given the order to evacuate
Key West for the safe haven in
Orlando, evacuees should:
* Identify ahead of time where
to go if told to evacuate.
Learn the best evacuation
routes to take. Get the tele-
phone numbers of places
you may go, as well as a road
map in case you need to
take alternative or unfamil-
iar routes.


Contributed photo
traveling; kennel may be lined
with newspaper or "puppy
house training pads" that can
be thrown away in case of
"accidents." A cardboard box
is not a suitable kennel.
Identification, collar, tags
and leash: Keep collar with
tag on your pet at all times;
tag should include your name,
address and phone number;
ideally a tag will have an alter-
nate phone number; micro-


If time allows, call or e-mail
an out-of-town contact to
let them know where you
are going and when you
expect to get there.
* Fill the gas tank of your car.
* Take with you proof of resi-
dence, social security cards,
insurance policies, birth and
marriage certificates, stocks,
bonds and other financial
certificates, irreplaceable
photographs, wills, deeds,
computer backup files and
copies of recent tax returns.
* Make sure your neighbors
have safe transportation.
* Take cash and/or traveler's
checks. (Remember, ATMs
and "pay at the pump"
services will not work in a
power outage.)
* Make sure you take pet
food, litter, cages or carriers,
rabies certificates, leashes,
collars with identification
tags, and favorite toys with
you. A photo of your pet
is also a good idea, in case
you are separated from the
animal.
* Bring medications.
* Pack food and water for the
long trip in the car.
* Bring amusement items for
the trip.


chip provides permanent
identification and is available
at local veterinary clinics and
the Florida Keys SPCA Animal
Shelter on Stock Island.
Health papers: Vaccination
record including rabies certifi-
cate; health certificate signed
by vet within 10 days of travel
is required if traveling across
state lines.
Photos: Current photo of
pets to help you locate them
should they get lost.
Food, water and dishes:
One-week supply.
Medication: Heartworm
pills, flea preventive, prescrip-
tion medications.
Litter, litter box, scoop and
plastic bags: For disposal of
dog and cat waste.
Bedding, toys, chew sticks,
treats: Take your pet's favorite
things.









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Personal/Busn. Asstnt.
Car necessary to work
the entire Keys, Lady
pref., gent considered.
305-304-1829

Short Term Business
loan needed, $150K
needed to finish disney
style KW project. $1.5 mil
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A-PLUS ROOFING
Experienced help
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Part/Full time. 296-2568
or 923-1514
DATA ENTRY
Full-time data entry
Position. Data entry
Experience required.
$13.00 per hour Benefits
available, Paid vacation
Apply in person at
207 Simonton
296-4557.
EOE
Drug Free Workplace
ENVIRONMENTAL
SPECIALIST II
The Florida Keys Aque-
duct Authority is accept-
ing applications for an
Environmental Specialist
II. The purpose of this
classification is to per-
form a variety of environ-
mental services including
environmental planning,
permitting; compliance
management of FKAA fa-
cilities; coordinates cus-
tomer connections w/in
new wastewater and re-
claimed water districts;
provides technical inter-
face with new customers,
and assists with grant-re-
lated, environmental pro-
grams to fund future pro-
jects. Min. Quals: Col-
lege degree in Environ-
mental Science or Biol-
ogy required; supple-
mented by three (3)
years experience in envi-
ronmental assessment
and surveying; experi-
ence with interagency co-
ordination, development
regulations, GIS sys-
tems, and administrative
systems. Valid FL
driver's license required.
Salary Range: $53,973. -
$64,768. Applications
due by 06/10/09.
Applications found at:
www.fkaa.com
and e-mailed to:
krodriauez@fkaa.com or
faxed to: 305-295-2222.
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ASSISTANT MANAGER
FT and Sales Assoc.-
FT/PT for a womans ac-
cessory store on Duval
Street. Asst. Mgr. posi-
tion requires 1-2 years of
previous supervisory ex-
perience. Must be avail-
able to work evenings &
weekends. Please apply
in person at: Artisans,
327 Duval St, Key West.

DRIVER F/T
Third shift, 4/5 nights-
week, drive back and
forth nightly to Key
Largo,must be able to lift
laundry carts and heavy
equipment appropriately.
Requires a CDL license
in order to apply. Please
apply in person at the
Westin, 245 Front St. Hu-
man Resources.
ASSISTANT MANAGER
Needed for busy Old
Town Retail location.
Strong Retail background
required. $15.87/hr +
commission with full
benefit package
including: Paid Medical,
Dental,Vacation
Apply in person at
207 Simonton St.
305-296-4557
EOE Drug Free
Workplace


A KILLER
OPPORTUNITY!
Ecolab, the nations
leader in commercial
pest elimination, is seek-
inga Service Specialist in
Key West. FL Pest Li-
cense required. We pro-
vide a company vehicle,
competitive salary and
benefits. To apply, visit
ourwebsite at
www.ecolab.com/careers
Enter 15796 as your ca-
reer search keyword or
email
lessica.bogenreif@ecolab.com
EOE

Attention Sales
Representatives
Great Earning Potential
with Old Town Trolley
Tours of Key West. Full
time positions available
for positive and depend-
able people to sell our
Old Town Trolley Tour
tickets. Must like outdoor
work and have a flexible
schedule. We offer good
hourly wages plus com-
missions and a benefits
package. Apply in person
at 122 Simonton St., Key
West, FL or email us at
kevott@historictours.com
EOE & Drug Free.


ALONZO'S
NOW HIRING
For Hostesses.
Apply in person at
700 Front Street or
Call 294-5880.

A POSITIVE STEP OF
MONROE COUNTY INC.
is currently seeking: Mas-
ter's level Family Thera-
pist. APSMC is a Florida
State Department of Ju-
venile Justice provider
serving the highest risk
youth and their families
living in Monroe County.
Successful candidate will
be trained by the Univer-
sity of Miami for the evi-
denced based Brief Stra-
tegic Family Therapy
Model (BSFT).
* Successful candidate
must have Master's De-
gree in related field
* Three years experience
* Valid Florida drivers li-
cense
* Willingness to travel up
and down the Keys
* Reliable transportation
* Pass DJJ background
screening
Email resumes to:
apsmccrp@aol.com or
fax to (305) 295-8333.
APSMC is an equal op-
portunity employer.


F/T DESK CLERK
Boyd's Campground,
family owned business
since 1963. Competitive
wages w/Medical & Re-
tirement benefits. On site
living a possibility, must
be energetic & people
oriented. Good computer
skills required. Apply in
person at 6401 Maloney
Ave. 294-1465
FAMILY SUPPORT
WORKER
F/T Home Visitor for
parents of newborns and
toddlers in Key West.
Musthave an engaging
personality, a desire to
help families remain sta-
ble and healthy, reliable
vehicle, high school or
GED, and bi-lingual in
English and Spanish.
Great job with good
benefits. Advancement
possible with Bachelor's
degree. Any questions
please contact me at
305-809-5000 ext. 260.
FRONT DESK
Fulltime position in Old
Town Guesthouse for af-
ternoon and evening
shifts. Experience with
Rezovation and people
skills a plus. Apply in per-
son at 419 Amelia St.
Previous applicants need
not to apply.


Guest Service Agent
Experience preferred.
Must work weekends.
Full time, AM-PM shifts.
Excellent wage, benefits,
very stable position.
Seeking long term
employee. Apply in
person. Paradise Inn,
313 Simonton St.

HAIR STYLIST
Full-time position. Apply
in person. Salon 126 @
126 Simonton St.
305-296-6767
HOUSEKEEPING
INSPECTOR
The Galleon Resort is
hiring for P/T House-
keeping Inspector Satur-
days only Please apply
in person 617 Front St. or
call 305-296-7711 ext.
1722.

JEWERLY SALES
Full Time Jewelry Sales
Associate Needed for
busy Mallory Square
Location. Sales experi-
ence with or Knowledge
of Jewelry preferred.
$10.00/hr. plus commis-
sion. Benefits available.
Please Apply in Person
(305)296-4557
207 Simonton St.
EOE/Drug Free
Workplace.


GRAND CAFE
Now hiring, FT/PT expe-
rienced Servers, Host/
Hostess. Great year
around position. Apply in
person 314 Duval St.
LEAD SINGER AND
GUITARIST
Wanted for modern rock
band. Apply in person
w/demo to Rick's 202
Duval St. or email to:
info@ricksanddurtvharrvs.com
LOCAL
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COMPANY
Needs help. Please call
305-849-2126.
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Sunday & Mondays. Ex-
perience required. Small
guest house, no kitchens.
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(305)296-7274.
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lowing positions: RN,
LPN, PT, OT, and CNA.
Great pay, flexible sched-
ule, and growth potential.
Fax or email resume to
305-851-4023 or email:
hr@alchomehealth.net


RETAIL SALES
PT, weekends, $10.00
hour plus commission.
Call Kim 305-849-1367.

Retail Sales Associates
Needed!
Full-time or Part-Time

Fresh Produce Sports-
wear needs a fun, ener-
getic, enthusiastic, cus-
tomer service oriented
retail sales professional
for our Key West store.

Our business philosophy
compliments our colorful
and relaxed women's and
children's clothing line,
making Fresh Produce
Sportswear a great, fun
fit whether you working
for us full-time or
part-time as a sales as-
sociate.

Fresh Produce is proud
to offer a compensation
and benefit package that
supports our company
values.

If you are ready for a
fabulous work experi-
ence, submit your re-
sume to:
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POSITIONS
AVAILABLE
at
WESTIN KEY WEST.
SUNSET KEY, MARINA
WEATHER STATION
AND BANANA BAY
Sunset Key
*Security F/T
+Previous applicants
need not apply again.
*Applications hours are
from 9am to 4pm.
Drug Free Work Place -
An Equal Opportunity
Employer Apply in Per-
son 245 Front Street,
Key West or Email
Resume to:
HR@westinkeywestresort.com
RETAIL SALES
Full-time and part-time
retail sales $10.00/hr
plus commission
for busy downtown gift
store. Includes 2 weeks
paid vacation with
Medical & Dental benefits
available after eligibility
period.
Apply in person at
207 Simonton St
8:00am to 4:30pm.
296-4557
EOE/Drug Free
Workplace


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DELIVERY DRIVER
Full-Time Position for
busy old town retail
warehouse. Experience
w/PO's, Invoices and
Material Handling. Clean
Driving Record Required.
$15.00/hr includes
2 weeks paid vacation
with medical and
dental available
207 Simonton
296-4557.
EOE
Drug Free Workplace
RUSTY ANCHOR
Looking for a Full and
Part Time Line Cook.
Apply in person. 5510
3rd Avenue, Stock Island
SECURITY GUARD
Gated community hiring
on call Staff for all shifts
immediately.Mature and
responsible individuals
needed. Drug/Alcohol
testing required. EOE.
Interview 305- 434-0509.
SUNSHINE RENTALS
IS EXPANDING AGAIN
Sales Agent and Man-
gers needed. A valid driv-
ers license required.
Must be outgoing and
able to pass drug and
background screening.
Email resume
sunshinekw@amail.com
Please no phone calls.


WAREHOUSE
MATERIAL HANDLER
Experience w/ P.O.'s
Invoives, material
handling, $12.00 per hr
Benefits available
Apply in person
207 Simonton Street,Key
West, 305-296-4557
EOE Drug Free
Workplace


BOOKKEEPER P/T
Big Pine Key; Quick-
Books experience neces-
sary. Retirees welcome.
797-4575

Chihuahua Puppies
CKC,MM17 $750
757-589-2191
PEKINESE PUPPIES
8 wks cream email for
pics chewbug@live.com
$500-$600 305-917-3828
Reg.Cocker Spaniel,
parti-colored 3mo. $650.
352-572-7720
Min. Pin. tiny & ador-
able 10 weeks, black and
red, male & female.
$850. 352-572-7720.
American Eskimo from
the breeder, puppy
trained, $699.766-2336


Poodle, Apricot/black
tiny, pics avail, AKC
Champlines, $750MM15.
352-572-7720.
YORKIE & SILKY
TERRIER PUPPIES
9-11 wks AKC $400
$700. Email me for pics
@ chewbug@live.com
305-917-3828.

Weights: bars, plates, lat
machine, Roman chairs,
$500. 305-393-0608.


32" Phillips Color TV
Excellent condition. $250
OBO. 305-393-0608.


Bunk bed w/3 drawers,
can be used as twin
beds, 2 mattresses, solid
wood. $285 797-6483
Kitchenette Oak table
set. 1 bench & 2 chairs.
$425 305- 393-0608.
SIMMONS KING MAT.
and Box spring. Ex. firm,
like new. $1,500 retail,
only $250.
305-745-7249.
Full bed curved high
back frame in box. $325
OBO. 609-827-6934.


HUGE SALE
In One Era Antiques
Is downsizing,
30% 50% off
1118 White St. 293-0208



MOVING SALE
Everything Must Go!
Huge Bargains. (305)
304-7850



Variax line 6 guitar
w/POD XTlive floor
board. Black, like new.
$450 obo. 294-6985.
Wurlitzer Console Piano
w/bench, tuned, move lo-
cal free $375 296-1972



Magicolor Laser Printer
2 years old w/6 toner car-
tridges & 4 refill kits. Exc.
color reproduction. $250
292-3046

TOP CASH PAID
For Clean Rest. Equip. 1
piece or the entire res-
taurant.
Toby Neverett
Auctioneers
800-330-8629


Southernmost Flyer 11


AVAILABLE JUNE 1ST.
$750 includes all utilities,
cable and WiFi. Mile
Marker 10 Big Coppitt.
Only for 1 person. Must e
clean, professional and
down to earth. NO PETS.
Call Scott 954-234-7074.
FURNISHED ROOM,
NEW TOWN
phone not included
$750/mo 305-296-0410
ROOM FOR RENT
New Town. Private bath,
Gay male preferred.
296-4901.


FURNISHED
A/C, Cable in room, W/D,
Internet, no drugs/heavy
drinking, $150/wk, incl.
utils. 295-8657
Lg., Clean, Quiet, Furn.
Room. New Town. Ca-
ble, C/A/C, W/D, OSP,
$235/wk and utilities
included. 586-615-3559

ROOM-OLD TOWN
Singles $200. Private
entrance, private bath,
W/D, WiFi, no alcohol, no
drugs, sorry, no pets.
Four week minimum.
305-293-9400


EFFICIENCY
Lower Duval St. South-
ern Cross Hotel. Fur-
nished, kitchenette, pri-
vate bathroom, short
term, or long term. Start-
ing at $315-$362 per
week. Avail. immed. Call
294-3200 for terms, view-
ing & to apply.
All Util Incl. Low Rates
Furn eff. 1 person only.
Wkly $225 + dep. No
pets, smoking, drugs.
305-304-8555.
203 OLIVIA ST.
Room in Conch House
pool, fenced, MOVE IN
BONUS inc. util. F/L/S.
305-304-7683
EFFICIENCY
Private entrance, no
drugs/drunks/pets. Quiet,
clean person only.
305-395-4060
716 DUVAL ST.
HEARTBREAK HOTEL
Stay in the heart of Old
Town. Beautifully fur-
nished, immaculately
clean, full kitchens, tile
baths, cable TV & cold
A/C.
Starting at $79/night or
$299/week
296-5558
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SOLD TOWN HOUSE
1 Private room, shared
QJ kitchen & bath, A/C, ca-
ble TV, all until incl. Look-
Sing for quiet working per-
0 son. No drugs. Avail.
S now. $850 mo. F/S
Call 305-304-7275
Sc21 reeltor@yahoo.com
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S2/1 FLORIDA ROOM
Furnished, no pets no
smoking, $850 mo + util.
& 1 mo. dep.
352-476-2480.
3/2 STOCK ISLAND
$1200/mo F/L $500 dep.
305-797-8726 or
305-797-8848
1 BR REMODELED
Mobile Home on Large
Lot. Around the Corner
from Cudjoe Marina and
only 20 Minutes form Key
West. $650 per month.
Call Mike 305-851-1612



$800.00 PER MONTH
Rent to Own 2004 1 BD
Mobile Home on
Lakefront Lot. Pool,
Clubhouse, Fishing
Dock. Unbelievable
opportunity to own like
new home on beautiful
lot. 20 minutes to
Key West.
Call Joe 305-304-6627
3BR/1 BA
W/D, A/C, very clean,
freshly painted, new car-
pet & floors. Fenced in
yard. $1,300 F/S.
305-360-1112.
LARGE 1BR MOBILE
HOME
On private lot. Tile floors,
central A/C, all util. incl.
747-0658, 294-7281.
2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH
W/D, refrigerator, stove.
$1,000 mo. plus deposit.
No pets. Bay Point.
MM15. 305-745-3557.
BIG PINE KEY
Large 2 bedroom, 1.5BA,
$900/mo + deposit + util.
1BR/1BA
$550 mo, electric,
Sorry no dogs or cats
305-240-0493.


***Shipyard Condo***
2BR/1BA, private deck
overlooking pool. 2
blocks from Duval & 5
min. walk to the beach.
Fully furnished & im-
maculate! $1,950/mo.
Min. 6 mo. preferred.
F/L/S. Call 305-394-6167
or
michael@keywestproperties.com


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SMATHERS BEACH
3BR/2BA fully furnished
renovated, cent A/C,
2 pools + tennis ct.
$1,800 mo + util +sec.
Prudential Knight
and Gardner Realty
305-304-4287, 294-5155
KEYWEST GOLF
COURSE CONDO
2BR/1.5BA, completely
furnished, totally up-
graded.$1,850/mo. yearly
lease; $2,300/mo. 6
month lease; $3,000
monthly lease available.
Security Deposit Re-
quired. We Do Back-
ground Checks. Contact:
Albert 305-766-1234



| 2BR/2BA,
appliances,
A/C, deck,
privacy
fence, OSP
$1800/mo. F/S.
Call 305-872-4144
or 305-745-1600


A KEY REAL ESTATE
SMATHERS BEACH
1, 2 & 3 bedroom fully
furnished condos on 8
acres of gated seclusion,
2 pools & tennis courts.
All you need are clothes
and groceries. Available
for 6 to 9 month leases.
Monthly rates range from
$1,250 to $1,750. Utili-
ties included. I also
have annual lease units
from $1,150/mo. Gale
Shepard 305-294-6069



keywestrentalco.com
Available Now!

Salt Ponds 2/2
Santa Clara 2/2
Canal Duplex 2/2
Old Town 1/1 & 2/2
Old Town Cottages

Visit our website:
www.keywestrentalcomDanv.com
for information.
The Taporowski Team
Realty Executives
Florida Keys
305-292-1922
SALT PONDS CONDO
2BR/2BA, C/A/C, W/D.
Pool in common area. No
Pets. Garbage/Sewer/
Cable incl. $1,500/mo. +
elec/water. F/L/S Call
Mike 305-395-3474


2/1 SHIPYARD CONDO
fenced yard, Brick patio,
OSP, short walk to beach
/Duval/park, $1850/mo +
utils. F/L/S 797-3356


Old Town Efficiency
w/full kitchen, $900/mo.
No pets, no drugs. 6 or
12 month lease, F/S.
305-292-1551
Sugarloaf--Large 1BR
Waterfront with patio.
$975/mo. F/L/S. Incl. all
util.1 person, No pets.
904-966-0460 OR
352-478-1587
ADORABLE, PRIVATE
Third level, one bedroom,
no smoking, no pets, in-
cludes utilities. $1,400
mo. Call Ken @
305-393-9263.
1 BEDROOM APT
New kitchen, new furni-
ture. Including utilities
and cable. $1,450
Available now
1625 Bertha St. rear apt.
845-702-0163 or
518-678-0210
EFFICIENCY
Avail. now. For working
individual 1 car parking
spot, $900/mo. all until.
incl. + sec. dep.
(305)896-0149
LIKE NEW
2/1 On Big Coppitt. 100%
furnished. Just bring your
clothes. Includes all util.
and W/D. $1,600 mo.
305-797-6478.


AT HOME IN KEY
WEST
305-296-7975
www.athomekeywest.com
OLD TOWN
1/1 spacious apt
located in Casa Marina
area
w/covered lanai, hard-
wood floors
shared laundry & OSP
No pets
Available Now
$1,475/ mo F/L/S
1/1 apt w/
2 large decks
& full size W/D
Pets considered
Available Now
Pay Electric only
$1,395/mo F/L/S
1/1 cottage
Private hot tub
Shared pool
Pets considered
Available June
$1,375/ mo F/L/S
2/1 home
Fenced in w/ large deck
Wood floors w/lots of
character
Pets considered
Available Mid June
$1,600 F/L/S


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MID TOWN
4/2.5 home plus den
Gated community
Furnished- water view
Private pool
Pets considered
Available Now
$3,000/ mo F/L/S

KEY WEST GOLF CLUB
2/1.5 townhome
Avail fully furnished
Or unfurnished
w/private hot tub
Pets considered
Available June
$1,750/ mo F/L/S

3/2.5 single fam in
Sanctuary plus den
Private pool & carport
Pets considered
Available mid July
$2,800/mo F/L/S

2/2.5 townhome
Furnished
Shared pool
Avail Now thru Dec
$1,600/ mo + elec F/L/S
NEW TOWN
2/2 condo with
Ocean view
Gated community
Shared pool
Pets considered
Available June
$2,100/ mo F/L/S
STOCK ISLAND
2/1 single family
Fenced yard w/carport
Laundry room w/W & D
Pets considered
Available May
$1,550/ mo F/L/S
BIG COPPITT
3/3 fully furnished home
situated on canal w/
wrap around deck
spacious master
Pets considered
Available June
$2,200/mo F/L/S

See pictures and more
properties
at www.athomekeywest.com

AT HOME IN KEY
WEST
REAL ESTATE CO.
296-7975
1BR + LOFT/2BA
Patio, on Simonton & Ea-
ton $1,500. F/US. No
pets. 917-386-4866.
SOLANA VILLAGE
1BR, Cent. a/c, access to
pool & deck. OSP, full
kitchen, $900/mo + utils.
F/L/S 305-296-5667
Large Old Town Studio
on quiet Frances St. Tile
floors, private porch,
W/D. $1,075 + utils.
F/L/S year lease. No
dogs. Available now!
305-296-8132.
1/2 Duplex in Old Town
2BR/1BA clean solid
house. W/D, window A/C
units, porch, OSP, 6 mo.
lease renew after. Dog
considered. $1,400, F/S.
Avail now 305-797-1561


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Cool, Clean, QUIET
Casa Marina 1BR.
$1,350 inc.all utils. + Dish
-HBO, OSP, W/D 1 ma-
ture person. NO PETS.
F/L/S. 294-8353, leave
message.



1223 White Street
1 & 2 bedroom units,
starting @ $1134 + until.
Must qualify for KW
Workforce Income Caps.
Everett Watkins
Preferred Properties
305-304-4269
KEY WEST REALTY
Management Group Inc
305-294-RENT
www.kevwestrealtv.com

3BR/1BA TRAILER
Stock Island. On the
water, fenced in yard;
pets welcome.
$1,250/mo.

3BR/2BA ON FLAGLER
W/D, tile & wood floors,
freshly painted. $1,850
F/S/S

3BR/3BATOWNHOUSE
Spacious w/dipping pool,
gated community, car
port, lots of storage, car-
pet & tile, W/D, D/W,
CAC $2,650/ F/S/S
OCEAN WALK
APARTMENTS
KEY WEST
Office open Monday,
Wednesday, & Friday
9am-6pm. Tuesday &
Thursday 9am-7pm,
Saturday 10am-5pm,

Pool, tennis, laundry
center, basketball court,
pets welcome, covered
parking and much more!

Rent starting from
1, 2 & 3 bedrooms
1/1 646 sq. ft.
2/1 768 sq. ft.
2/2 840 sq. ft
3/2 1,048 sq. ft
1,075 sq. ft.

ALL UNITS AVAIL
NOW!!
We do not accept
sec. 8
(305)292-1230

"SPRING SPECIAL"
First Month
Rent 1/2 Price!!
1, 2 and 3 bedrooms
Apts. in Old Town
New Homes
in Stock Island
Rents starting at $1,100
Call for Details 292-8982
Location 3 Real Estate


1BR OLD TOWN
$1,200/mo. available
immediatley, A/C, 1
month security required.
305-849-2279
TRUMAN AVE. APT.
1/1 avail, now. Great lo-
cation in Old Town. Lg.
walk-in closet. Non-
smoking. $1,195/mo.
F/L/S. 296-1979 for more
information.
2BR/1BA MID TOWN
A/C, W/D, OSP, big
closet, fenced in yard
with hot tub. Bright & airy
w/tile floors. $1,400 F/L +
(negotiable) some pets
305-295-6465
2/2 CLEAN & MODERN
Caroline St, avail 6/1
W/D, DW, micro, cen.
A/C, OSP. No smokers,
small pet ok. F/S ref.
req .305-923-6199.
SANTA CLARA
1BR/1BA, 2nd flr.
renovated, appl. incl.
pool + tennis + storage
$1,200 mo. + util + sec.
Prudential Knight
& Gardner Realty
305-304-4287, 294-5155

2BR/1.5BA BPK
$1,475/mo. with a yearly
lease. Rent includes Di-
recTV & yard mainte-
nance. 872-4038.
BAHAMA VILLAGE
Brand new 2BR/1BA.
$1,250/mo.
Spacious 2BR/1BA.
$1,450/mo.
Southernmost Realty
Donna Windle
305-304-1863
1 Bedroom/1 Bathroom
Some utilities Included
Great location, OSP
$1,100/mo F/L/S.
Raymond Vazquez,
Real Estate Broker
(305)395-1777

SMATHERS BEACH
2BR/1 BA Ig. airy
2 pools + tennis ct.
$1,550mo + util +sec.
Prudential Knight
and Gardner Realty
305-304-4287, 294-5155



FREE RENT
WEST ISLE
CLUB APARTMENTS
Call for details
Now Leasing
1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms
Up to 2 months
Free Rent
-Swimming Pool
-On site Parking
-And Much More!
3333 Duck Ave.
305-294-3124


LARGE, 1,000 SQ. FT.
duplex apt. 2bd/lbth,
new carpeting, freshly
painted throughout, win-
dow blinds, central a/c,
large bathroom, washer/
dryer hookup, large side
deck, hurricane shutters.
10 minutes from KW. #34
Cactus Drive, Big Cop-
pitt. No smoking. $1,600
/mo. 305.587.3483



2BR/1 BA
907 Catherine Street
Fully furnished, $1,600
F/L $900 sec. 797-6963.
OLD TOWN SUMMER
RENTALS
One to five bedrooms.
One to six months
starting $1,700/mo.
Call Corey@ Historic
Hideaways
305-294-3064
or email:
corev@historichideawavs.com
OLD TOWN KW
1br/2ba, $1800/mo
305-393-7362
OLD TOWN KEY WEST
Fully furnished 3bed/3bth
with pools and off street
parking. Monthly or 6
months to 1 year leases.
$3200 to $3500 per
month 305-797-4708
EFFICIENCY COTTAGE
Great Old Town location,
shared pool & laundry,
sutiable for one person
-no pets. $875/mo incl
util. Call Mark 304-2929
GOLF CLUB 2BR/1.5BA
Renovated + porches,
butterfly garden, pool,
all appl. inc. W/D.
$1,700 mo. + util. + sec.
Prudential Knight
Gardner Realty
305-304-4287, 294-5155
BEAUTIFUL PLACE
Fully furnished 2/2, s.s
kitchen, granite counter
top, W/D, Brazilian hard-
ware floors, share pool.
Built in 2005. 2 blocks
from Duval. Short term to
1 year lease. $2,200.
Stephen Hammond,
Key West Real Estate
Sales, 305-766-9919.
3/2 KWTOWNHOME
with Spectacular Open
Water & Sunset Views
from two porches for
$2,650/mo + utils. 1,400
sq/ft built in 2002 fea-
tures granite counter
tops, marble and 42" flat
screen TV in the master
bedroom and Brazilian
cherry hardwood floors in
the living room, plus a
garage. Call Ed @
904-238-5188


LARGE 3BR(4)/2.5 BA
Pool, pets considered.
Avail now. $2,500 /mo 6
month or 1 yr. lease
781-635-8313

Spectacular Open Wa-
ter Views--Little Torch
including Sunrise and
Sunset in a clean and
nicely furnished home on
open water with a deep
canal. This is the setting
you've come here for.
2BR/2BA, W/D, and TV.
$1,850/mo. 603-364-
1654.



COMPASS REALTY
305-292-1480

Unfurnished

KWGC Bungalow
2 BR /1.5 BA avail 7/2
$1600 + utils

KWGC Spa House
2 BR/2.5 BA avail 5/1
$1900 per mo + utils

KWGC Conch
2 BR / 2.5 BA avail 6/1
$1800 per mo + utils

KWGC Cottage
3 BR / 2 BA avail 6/1
$1900 per mo + utils

Shipyard
2 BR / 1 BA avail now
$1850 per mo +utils

Florida
2 BR / 1 BA avail now
Upstairs w/balcony,
shared pool,
$1650 per mo + utils,
Military discount,
Water/sewer/garbage incl


Furnished

KWGC Bungalow
2 BR /1.5 BA avail 6/1
$1900 per mo + utils

KWGC Conch
2 BR / 2BA avail now
$1800 per mo + utils

KWGC Cottage
3 BR / 2 BA avail now
$2200 per mo + utils

Petronia
2 BR / 2.5 BA avail now
$2500 per mo + utils
Private pool

Shipyard Condo
2 BR / 1 BA avail now
$2000 per mo +utils


Call Compass Realty
for an appt. 292-1480
Or 888-884-7368
www.compass-realtv.com


Southernmst Flyer 13


SUMMERLAND KEY
3/2 on canal. Screen
porches front and back.
$1,900 mo. incl. util.
F/L/S. 305-797-0005.
Cute As Bee's Knees
1/1 Casa Marina, fenced
yard, W/D, new kitchen &
bath. $1,875/mo. F/L/S.
Henry 305-296-7706.
3/2 NEW TOWN
Great value, & very nice.
Modern, all tile floors,
$1,750 mo. F/L/S.
305-794-0233.
MM5, CORAL
HAMMOCK
3/3 2 story townhouse,
w/d, amenities, no pets,
gated community $2500/
mo F/L/S (239)821 -7802
UPPER SUGARLOAF
KEY
19524 -19514 Canal
drive. 3BR/2BA, property
100x140 each. $2,000
per mo. each. No de-
posit. No last
305-304-0267, 305-9749.

A Key Real Estate, Inc.

BIG PINE KEY
3BR/1.5BA
Appliances, A/C units,
screened porch, shed,
nicely landscapped.
$1,155/mo. F/S

LARGE 1BR/1BA
Canal w/dock, A/C,
appliances, W/D. inc.
utilities. $1,300/mo. F/S

3BR/2BA STILT HOME
Fully furnished, C/A/C,
hard wood floors, W/D,
downstairs storage,
fenced yard, basic cable
inc. $2,000/mo. F/S

3BR/2BA CANALHOME
Florida room, seawall,
davits, patio, gated yard.
A/C, W/D, lots of storage.
$2,000mo. F/S

Business & Property
for Rent or Sale
Four fenced lots, 3 bays,
paint booth, office &
more. Ideal for Body
Shop Business or Towing
Company Lots of
Storage. $3,000/mo.

KEY WEST
2/2, appliances, a/c,
deck, priv. fence,OSP,
$1800/mo F/S

EFFICIENCY 1/1
$1,000/mo. + utils. Loft,
A/C unit.

305-872-4144


2/1 DUPLEX BIG PINE
One unit avail., in Eden
Pines. Deep canal. Tile
firs, granite counter tops,
fenced yd. boat slip.
$1,100 + utils. $2,100
to move in.
305-587-1212

Brand New Never Lived
In Luxurious Open
Waterfront Homes
Location in New Town-
Enjoy sunset on your
back porch. Four bed-
rooms, three full baths,
gourmet kitchen, plush
landscaping with private
pool in fenced back yard.
Monthly pool fees, land-
scaping fees and asso-
ciation dues paid by
LANDLORD. Could all
be yours rent starting at
$3750! Call for details.
Location 3 Real Estate
at 305-292-8982.
3BR/1BA DUPLEX
Large fenced with porch,
parking, New Town.
Close to shopping cen-
ter. $1,600 mo. F/L $500
sec.Ready to move in!
305-747-8412, 896-4375
DUPLEX FOR RENT
2BR/2BA and 1BR/1BA.
Private entrances, Rent
together or separates.
2BR/2BA 1500s.f. Just
remodel, new W/D, A/C,
new bathrooms, large
kitchen with side by side
fridge, stove, micro, OSP
for 3 cars, large fenced
yard. Boat storage area,
mature landscaping,
large dinning and livin-
groom. $1950 obo mo.
1BR/1BA 500s.f. just re-
model, A/C, private
OSP, private fenced
backyard, full kitchen,
fridge, stove and micro.
$1,100 obo. Photos avail-
able, annual rental. Mi-
chael 561-889-2719.
michaelmeives@gmail.com

FREE RENT
Your first month is on us!
New 2 & 3 bedroom
homes
Community Pool,
Playground, Park and
Dog Park.
2 br $1,695 mo.
3 br $1,895 mo.
You only need 1 month
security deposit
to move in!!!!
Location 3 Real Estate
292-8982
Large 3/2 Canal Home
Ramrod Key. Florida &
laundry room, A/C, all
new appliances, deck &
stairs. Totally fenced.
Well maintained. Long
term lease $1,900/mo.
305-797-0794.








14 Southernm st Flyer


KEY HAVEN 2BR/2BA
Canal, newly renovated,
granite, tile, W/D,
$2,500/mo. C21 All Keys
294-4200 x 19 Rob
3BR/2BA Stock Island
Modular stilt home, avail-
able June 1st, $1800mo.
Call Ken @ 393-9263.
3BR/3BA NEW HOME
at 1621 Rose St Lg deck
w/pool, off street parking.
No Smoking, small pet
ok. 6 months to 1 year
lease. FLS $2800/mo
305-797-4708
ON BOATING CANAL
MM25 Summerland Key
2BD/1BA tile firs., pets
possible, all util. incl.
$1,390/mo. (215)
385-4060
3BR/2BA WATER-
FRONT DUPLEX
7 Diamond Dr., Big Cop-
pitt. Almost 1600 s.f. 60'
boating/swimming dock,
new paint in and out.
Stainless appliances,
fenced yard, pets OK.
$2,400/mo. incl. until. Call
Shad 216-791-7916.
OLD TOWN 3BR/2.5BA
840 Olivia St. $2,500/mo.
F/L/S. Fenced yard,
OSP. Pets ok
305-522-0617.
SUGARLOAF CANAL
FRONT
3/2, plus office. Covered
parking, fenced yard, ce-
ment seawall and davits,
close to school, pets al-
lowed, Avail June 10,
$1,850.

BIG PINE
Swimming canal, 2/1.5,
covered parking, double
fenced lot, storage area,
pets allowed. $1,600.
Avail. Immediately.
Call 295-7070
BIG COPPITT
3BR/2BA home for rent,
quiet street, Garbage/
sewer incl, OSP.
$1300/mo. F/L/S
Raymond Vazquez,
Real Estate Broker
(305)395-1777
3BR/2BA HOME IN
STOCK ISLAND
Fenced yard, covered
carport and central A/C.
Available from June 1st.
$1,800 mo. F/L/S. Call
George 305-797-5056.
OLD TOWN
2BR/2BA, large yard,
c/A/C, W/D, OSP, no
pets. $1625. C21 All
Keys 294-4200 x 19 Rob
3BR/2BA ON WATER
$1,900/mo. F/L/S.
1BR/1BA $1,050. FIL/S
15 Diamond Dr, MM 10,
W/D, tile firs, Available
6/15.904-773-3081


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OLD TOWN SUMMER
RENTALS
One to five bedrooms.
One to six months
starting $1,700/mo.
Call Corey@ Historic
Hideaways
305-294-3064
or email:
corev@historichideawavs.com


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Highly Visible Address
1223 WHITE STREET
commercial space flexi-
ble terms. 1 year or for-
ever. Brand New w/good
parking, Retail or profes-
sional office spaces.
Everett Watkins
Preferred Properties
305-304-4269

OLD CITY HALL
510 Greene St. 1 st floor,
2950 sq. ft. w/parking,
subject to state approval,
$6,330/mo.
292-6718 or 304-1453
Commercial For Lease
Search over 50,000 SF
of Key West office and
retail space for lease at
www.KeysRealEstate.com
Search property for lease
and see the asking rents.
Prudential Knight &
Gardner Realty.
305-294-5155

STORE OR OFFICE
Old Town 423 Simonton,
Art/Antique District,
Excellent Exposure,
$1,350/mo 305-294-3061


Waterfront Office
Space
North Roosevelt, consist
of 3 office suites plus
conference room.
$1,300 per month in-
cludes all util. Ron
294-9101.
3 Office Spaces Avail.
Lots of light. Great loca-
tion in Old Town. Easy
access, Brand new.
Price ranges from
$500-$700/mo all utilities
included. 305-296-4275


2 Commercial Storage
spaces available in
Old Town. Approx.
800-850 sq.ft. Call Ken
305- 393-9263
STORAGE
Industrial Warehouses
Sizes vary.
Storage Containers
On our site or yours.
Call (305)294-0277


KEYS MINI-SELF
STORAGE
Mini warehouse 6x10 up
to 10x20. Clean, dry,
safe, secure.
305-296-3912.





SiiA'W
$800.00 PER MONTH
Rent to Own 2004 1BD
Mobile Home on
Lakefront Lot. Pool,
Clubhouse, Fishing
Dock. Unbelievable
opportunity to own like
new home on beautiful
lot. 20 minutes to Key
West. Call Joe
305-304-6627



Realty Executives Keys
JUDY K. PETKEWICZ
Is Their Top Producer
#1 AGENT for 2008
305-304-8304
$497K, canal CBS pool
3/2 home, game room,
tropical, 100' concrete
seawall/dock, large lot.
New Listing $199K
Open Water/ocean lot,
Cudjoe harbor.
Cudioe New $599K
2007, 1700sf 3/2 canal frt
Lg master ste, Ig deck +
scr porches, davits, dock.
Summerland $799K
1940 sf unique canal
home huge lot, seawall
boatlift, decks/porch
Summerland $529,000!
Attn:pilots-landing strip
2003 CBS 3/2, Big
boat,canal, granite tile fir
Ramrod $579,000
Canal front, furnished +
rental income. 2 living
areas, CBS, 1,820 sf.,
4/2, conc seawall, fenced
Little Torch. 2132 sf
Family treasure, beauti-
fully remodeled & fur-
nished! Lg master ste,
3/2+loft, lower storage
end, scrd porches,quick
ocean access.$699K



JUDY'S OPEN HOUSES
IN CUDJOE GARDENS
SAT& SUN, MM21
SEE BELOW VALUES
DAZZLING 3/2 $838K
Looking for the best, de-
signer kit,big boat basin,
Q ocean accessl20'cwall
Custom CBS 2772sf.
Elegant/spacious, split fir
plan, designer kit, 110'
seawall/dock+davits
$4-,48 Now $1,198K
Great Location 3/2.
Lg lot,100'seawall, 15K


lift +davits. $659K
9th Ave. West $659K
CBS,1500sf, open fir
plan, tile firs, garage, scr
porch, 80'seawall, davits,
paved drive, SUPER!
$895K New canal frt
CBS 3060sf, 4br/3ba
OPEN WATER breath-
taking sunsets/views.
Exceptional CBS 2300 sf.
Scr. lanai, conc. seawall,
dock, pavers, patio, gar.
Deepdraft. Price slashed
again. Orlg W105
Now $1,375K HURRY!
$699K CBS Great Buy
3br/2ba. Canal front,
seawall open fir. plan.
New kit, carpet, Att Gar.
$579,000. 2006 3/2 CBS
1900 sf,,canal, seawall.
Approved SHORT SALE
CBS $799K 1500sf
1/2 acre canal front, lush
tropical setting, 130'
seawall/dock, fla rm + scr
porch, garage. Adorable.
Cudjoe Gardens Lot
130' seawall,canal,
bldg permit.$379K
BPK canal $149,975
Duck Key $177,900
Call Judy K. Petkewicz
Realty Executives
305-304-8304 (cell)
www.lovefloridakevs.com




BRAND NEW
OCEANVIEW
3 BR 2BA HOME
$249,000.00

Riviera Drive
Big Coppitt Key, Florida

$12,900.00*
MOVESYOU IN
*includes 3.5% down
and closing costs.

Monthly payment as
low as $1581.57
includes taxes &
insurance.

Call Joe Cleghorn
305-304-6627

All real estate ad-
vertising in this
-. newspaper is
"""""" subject to the Fed-
eral Fair Housing Act of 1968
which makes it illegal to ad-
vertise "any preference, limi-
tation or discrimination based
on race, color, religion, sex or
national origin, or an intention
to make any such preference
limitation or discrimination."
This newspaper will not know-
ingly accept any advertising
for real estate which is in vio-
lation or the law. Our readers
are hereby informed that all
dwellings advertised in this
newspaper are available on an
equal opportunity basis.
286523


Local Private
Mortgage Lending

Our lenders base loans
on the value of a
property only. No
verification of income,
assets or credit. We can
close quickly at much
better rates than most
equity lenders. Residen-
tial or commercial.

FLA Keys Mortgage Co.
292-9982 or 852-0830

Buy Now or Rent
To Own! 44' Alum.
Kingscraft Houseboat
w/dockage w/o motors






$26,000
Secure location at a
Stock Island Marina KW
area; many updated
renovations, roomy, new
cool A/C, open ocean ac-
cess reef and open wa-
ter view, old style Keys
living on a budget. Owner
finan. w/dwn pymt ref.
req. 305-304-4911.

WATERFRONT
SPECIALIST
Short Sales and Bank
Own Properties. Contact
Captain Noah Jacobson
Lic. Sales Assoc. Realty
Executive 305-360-6262.


0STD HO
$800.00 PER MONTH
Rent to Own 2004 1 BD
Mobile Home on
Lakefront Lot. Pool,
Clubhouse, Fishing
Dock. Unbelievable
opportunity to own like
new home on beautiful
lot. 20 minutes to Key
West. Call Joe
305-304-6627

Residential For Sale
Search all residential
property available in the
Keys and Key West at
www.KeysRealEstate.com
and make offers directly
to our Sellers On-line!
Prudential Knight &
Gardner Realty.
305-294-5155.

YOUR
GUARANTEE...
KEYSWIDE
GUARANTEED
CLASSIFIEDSM



Souvenir Photo Vendor
We're looking for a de-
pendable tenant that can
take souvenir photos and
print them in a high traffic
destination. Location
available. Lease negotia-
ble. Call 296-4557 for
details and appointment.
VENDING BUSINESS
for sale. Call
305-295-5559


Frday, June 5, 2009






EXCEPTIONAL
OPPORTUNITY
TO EARN $$$
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
FIND A HAPPY HOME,
WITH AN ENERGETIC
FAST GROWING CO.
BIG PINE TO KEY WEST
A KEY REAL ESTATE, INC.
CALL 305-872-4144


Commercial For Sale
Search all commercial
property available in the
Keys and Key West at
www.KeysRealEstate.com
and make offers directly
to our Sellers On-line!
Prudential Knight &
Gardner Realty.
305-294-5155.
FULL LIQUOR
LICENSES AVAILABLE
Call for details.
Usable in All of
Monroe County

YTD 2009 Over $11
Million in SOLD
Property!
17 years experience in
the Keys.

Curtis Skomp, CCIM
Coldwell Banker
Commercial
Schmitt Real Estate Co.
292.7441 ofc.
KeyWestCommercial.com
FOR SALE
31 transferable transient
residential units.
Call Norman Wood Jr.
(305)304-0429
SBX Commercial
Real Estate


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1997 Ford F-350 4WD
PW/PS/PL Towing pack-
age with Tool Box and
Bed liner $4,750. Call
305-797-7396

KIA MOTORS
The Power To Surprise
3424 N. Roosevelt Blvd.
Key West, FL 33040
305-295-8646

New Sportage LX
as low as $17,045
or $319/mo. w.a.c.
New Sorento LX
as low as $19,730
or $359/mo. w.a.c.
New Sedona Van
as low as $21,988
or $359/mo. w.a.c.
New Optima LX
as low as $16,150
or $299/mo. w.a.c.
New Spectra LX
as low as $13,505
or $249/mo. w.a.c.
New Rio LX
as low as $12,985
or $219/mo. w.a.c.
10 year 100,000 mile
warranty. Prices include
all incentives. Payment
based on 15% cash
down, w.a.c. based on 72
months


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Key West Kia
3424 N. Roosevelt Blvd.
Key West, FL 33040

**Manager Specials**
1996 Nissan Pathfinder
Auto, 4x4, a/c. $3988
1992 Honda Civic
2 door, auto, a/c. $1988
Doc Fee $398
+ Tax + Tag
**Front Line Specials**
2004 VW Beetle Conv.
Leather, automatic, a/c.
$289/month
2004 VW Beetle Conv.
Leather, 5 speed, a/c
$199/month
2006 Honda Civic
4 door, auto, a/c.
$289/month
2006 Jeep Liberty
Leather, auto, a/c.
$289/month
2005 Nissan Maxima
Leather, auto, a/c.
$299/month
2005 Nissan Altima
Auto, a/c. $229/month
2004 Nissan Frontier
Crew cab, 5 speed, a/c.
$199/month


2006 Nissan Frontier
Ext. cab, 5 speed, a/c.
$229/month

2008 Kia Sportage
Sunroof, auto, a/c.
$299/month

2007 Toyota Corolla
Auto, a/c. $259/month

2004 Toyota Camry LE
Auto, a/c. $259 /month

2008 Chrysler Sebring
4 door sedan, auto, a/c.
$259/month
2008 Chevy Aveo
Hatchback, 5 speed, a/c.
$189/month
W.A.C. + 15% Down +
Tax, Tag & DOC Fee

*Bad Credit is OK with
Us!
*No Credit
*Good Credit
Give Us A Call
305-295-8646
2001 Nissan Maxima,
silver, v6, cold ac,
90k like new. must
sell. $4,500 obo. call
Craig 797-0365
2003 TOYOTA TACOMA
pickup truck SR5, 3.4L,
four doors, ladder rack,
tool box, great condition.
$9500 305-797-0519


'98 Cad. Catera, 96k mi,
new tires, cold A/C, runs
great. $2797 395-2384

02 Chrysler Sebring
Conv. Ice cold air, new
tires, 78K miles, $4900
305-712-2263

Selling

Your Car?

Debra

can help!
Let Debra from our
Classified Team help
you write & place
your ad today!


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Yamaha Zuma, good
cond., runs great. $900
OBO. (305) 879-5234.

I PAY CASH
For pull-behind
travel trailers.
Call Joe 305-304-6627

65X24 FT CAROLINA
sportfish, wood w/new
5200 bottom system, twin
320hp cats, generator,
07 survey, leaving town
$23000 Obo,
305-797-5334
1984 23' Sea Craft CC
platform/bracket rigged
for Yamaha, no engine,
tandem aluminum trailer.
$6,000. 305-744-8888
22ft. Whaler, 2005/225
Yamaha 4-stroke
$12,500 obo. 13ft classic
Whaler, center con-
sole 2005 Yamaha
4-stroke $3800 obo.
Craig 797-0365. moving -
must sell.
20' FORMULA
88' Yamaha, 200 HP,
motor overhaul 02'.
bimini, GPS, runs good.
$2,500. 305-394-7721.


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Have a Boat
to sell?

Chuck

can

help!
Let Chuck from our
Classified Team help
you write & place
your ad today!



5292 7777




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FOR RENT BOAT SLIP
King's Point/Oceanside
Marina. #614, 40 ft. Live-
aboard ok. $725/mo.
plus util. Call John
305-360-1790.

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Old Island Harbor
6801 Shrimp Road
Key West, FL 33040
www.oldislandharbor.com
King's Pointe Marina
Dry slip top rack
enclosed. Avail now.
33'Lxl 0'Wxl4'H $450mo
Call John 305-360-1790
SUNSET MARINA
35' wet slip for sale
(owner fin. avail.) Non
liveaboard or rent. Call
for details 305-664-1040
or 587-3566 cell.


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NAS looking for honor guard members

FROM NAS KEY WEST PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Do you love the crisp movements of a military drill team? Do you like
to be in the spotlight? If the answers to those questions are yes, then
the Naval Air Station Key West Honor Guard has a place for you! The
Honor Guard performs at events up and down southeast Florida and being a
member has many benefits. If you are a motivated, squared-away Sailor, then
this is the duty you have been looking for. For more information or to join, call
CTT1 (SW) AmandaWhitney at 293-2026.


Naval Air Station Key West's Honor Guard parades the colors at a retirement cer-
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Go To Guide


JUNE 3 9


All Autos All Years
Junk or Used Cars,
Vans & Trucks
Running or Not 2
Or Donate for Tax Write Off
305-332-0483


ONE INCH AD
2 WEEKS ..... $140
1 MONTH ..... $200
2 MONTHS .... $350
3 MONTHS .... $450
6 MONTHS .... $800
1 YEAR ...... $1500


"Save time and money,
hire a bookkeeper"
cn Yvonnie G. Ametin
305-292-9889 7
The Information Mgmt. Group, Inc.
www.crushingspeed.com


( floridakeysS
keywesti
SWeb Site Design
Hosting & Maintenance
Web Promotion
SWebAdvertising
305-292-1880


TWO INCH AD
2 WEEKS ..... $252
1 MONTH ..... $360
2 MONTHS .... $630
3 MONTHS ....$810
6 MONTHS .. .$1,440
1 YEAR ...... $2,700


$10 EXTRA FOR LOGOS
MORE CATEGORIES AVAILABLE!


Pronto Delivery'
Deliveries To & From
The Keys to Miami & g
Ft. Lauderdale
Rates Starting @ $15
305-322-1021




C.M. Malta Inc.
Fuff Service Interim Speast






25 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Installing Trim, Doors
Stairs, Floors, Ca6ibnets,
iThe Bows, Pasement & More
Call Since 1987 -5486
1(305) 923-6560


25 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Lic. #236020
^ll You Need from
The Basement to The Roof8
call Stephan 797-5486


MARK'S
MARINE DIESEL
Located inside Oceanside Marina

Authorized DieselSales& Service,Installation
305-292-2300




BOSTON
BRICK
KEY WEST
WE STOCK
OLD CHICAGO BRICK
Lic. SP2386
294-7892



PARADISE
PET SITTING
Nice Home Setting
* Attention to
Medical & Dietary Needs
SFenced & Secure Yard
Very Reasonable Rates
KW Area: 305-293-0958


Commercial Printing
on Quality Newsprint
V Tabloids
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SNewlette
V Info Gui
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I Full Publicatio
Randy Erickson
Cooke Communications
rerickson@keysnews.com
305-292-7777 Ext. 203




DAN ACE
ROOFING, INC.
30 years experience
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL
Licensed (RC0034111) & Insured
294-2380
Daniel Acevedo, Owner

Tony's
Roofing & Sheet Metal
RC0064676 RS0016738
Established 1953
Monroe County's Oldest
Residential & Commercial
296-5932


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