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Publication Date: September 18, 2009
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2009


CHINFO Merit Award Winner 1




Four Key West Sailors earn anchors, khakis


BREMERTON, Wash.
(Sept. 14, 2009) -
Seaman Kyle Albrecht,
from St. Louis, Mo.,
heaves a mooring line
as the Nimitz-class
aircraft carrier USS
John C. Stennis (CVN
74) gets underway
from her homeport of
Naval Base Kitsap, in
Bremerton, Wash.
U.S. Navy photo by MC3
Walter M. Wayman



inside:

LETTING GO: Forgiving
is a personal act that
helps the pain go
away............... 2

THRILLER: JIATFS wins
one by slimmest margin
on failed 2-point con-
version.............. 7

TRIBUTE: NAS Key West
recognizes Sept. 11
tragedy with events ..8

TOP OF PAGE ONE: An
F/A-18F Super Hornet
assigned to the Fighting
Redcocks of Strike
Fighter Squadron (VFA)
22 lands aboard the air-
craft carrier USS Ronald
Reagan (CVN 76).



www.facebook.com/naskeywest


BY MC3 MICHAEL MCNABB
Southernmost Flyer

A new crop of chief petty officers were
pinned Wednesday in a ceremony
eld at Naval Air Station Key West's
training facility on Boca Chica Field.
Crew members and guests gathered
to witness four Sailors, MAC (SW/AW)
Larry Thomas, RPC (FMF) Philip Burston,
ETC (SW) Duane Hagge and OSC (SW)
Kizzalibah Lavala, make the time-honored
transition from "blue shirt" to "khaki."
For NAS Key West's Command Master
Chief CMDCM (SW/AW) Dan Messenger,
the hour-long ceremony marked the end


of a demanding transition period during
which the newly-pinned chiefs gained the
tools of entrance to an elite fellowship that
has existed for more than 200 years.
"I speak on behalf of all the chiefs when
I say we are extremely proud to have these
four be a part of the chief's mess," said
Messenger. "I have witnessed their trans-
formation from being a first class petty
officer to becoming 'The Chief.'"
The newly-minted chiefs had to under-
go a six-week transition period that began
in late July. Throughout, the four chief-
selectees banded together and collectively
prepared to assume their roles as chief
petty officers, participating in a number


MILLION DOLLAR SMILES


Naval Air Station Key West Ombudsman Amanda Smith poses for a
photo with NAS Key West Executive Officer Cmdr. Michael Giardino,
right, and NAS Key West Command Master Chief CMDCM (SW/AW)
Dan Messenger after receiving a plaque of appreciation at an ombudsmen
appreciation dinner Monday at Sunset Lounge on Sigsbee Park. "The Navy
estimates ombudsmen save the Navy $48 million a year, but there is no dollar
figure that can replace what you do," said Giardino, praising the ombudsmen.


of activities designed to build teamwork,
uphold tradition, foster pride and develop
leadership.
"It was physically and mentally draining
but we could see the light at the end of the
tunnel that led straight to this moment,"
said Hagge.
The soon-to-be chiefs opened the cer-
emony by singing "Anchors Away" and
reciting the Sailor's Creed. After receiv-
ing a few words of encouragement from
members of the NAS Key West chain of
command, the new Chiefs received their
anchors from family, friends, co-workers

see CPO PINNING page 3


Navy League marks

half century of local

Navy support


BY JAMES E. BROOKS
NAS Key West Public Affairs
Officer

ifty years ago, Key
West was a big
Navy town.
In a city where more
than half the popula-
tion was either in the
Navy or worked for the
Navy, a group of bank-
ers wondered why Key
West lacked an organi-
zation to help the sea
service. The impetus
led to the formation of
a Navy League council
here in April 1959.
On Sept. 11, the Navy
League KeyWestCouncil
celebrated their 50th
anniversary at Trumbo
Palms. Four of the origi-
nal founding members,


Jim Flenner, Ed Knight,
John Koenig and Norm
Wood, were recognized
for their milestone
achievements to get the
chapter started.
"You can take great
pride in your accom-
plishments," said Naval
Air Station Key West
Commanding Officer
Capt. Steven Holmes
during an after-dinner
speech. "Many of us can
recall with pride some-
thing we started years
ago. Many of those
probably started as a
simple hunch or feeling:
'This is the right thing
to do.'"
The United States
Navy League was

see NAVY LEAGUE page 3









VAL HISTORIC





Lto-


This Week in

SNaval History


5 Sept. 18

C 1926 Navy brings relief aid
to Miami after a severe hur-
ricane.


Sept. 19

1915 Secretary of the Navy
Josephus Daniels organizes
the Naval Consulting Board
to mobilize the scientific
resources of the United States
for national defense.


Sept. 20

1951 In Operation Summit,
the first combat helicopter
landinginhistory, U.S. Marines
were landed in Korea.


Sept. 21

1944 Aircraft from 12 carri-
ers commence two-day attack
against Japanese ships and
airfields on Luzon, Philippine
Islands.


Sept. 22

1989 After Hurricane Hugo,
Sailors and Marines provide
assistance to Charleston, S.C.,
through Oct. 10.


Sept. 23

1944 USS West Virginia (BB
48) reaches Pearl Harbor and
rejoins the Pacific Fleet, mark-
ing the end of the salvage and
reconstruction of 18 ships
damaged Dec. 7,1941.

Sept. 24

1960 First nuclear-powered
aircraft carrier, USS Enterprise
(CVN 65), launched at Newport
News, Va.


Hispanic Heritage Month Sept. 15 Oct 15


FROM THE NAS KEY WEST
CULTURAL HERITAGE
COMMITTEE

Navy Admiral David
Farragut served in
the War of 1812, the
Mexican-AmericanWar and the
Civil War. He was best known
for his order at the Battle of
Mobile Bay, "Damn the torpe-
does, full speed ahead!"
What many do not know,


was that he was the first in the
U.S. Navy to hold the rank of
rear admiral, vice admiral, and
admiral. He also was among
the first American heroes of
Hispanic descent. He was the
son of a Spanish merchant
captain, born in Tennessee
inl801. He joined the Navy as
a midshipman at 9 years old.
He was given command of a
prize ship during the War of
1812 at age 12. The Navy cre-


ated the rank of rear admiral
for him after his capture of
New Orleans in 1862 during
the Civil War. After his great
victory at the Battle of Mobile
Bay, he was promoted to vice
admiral in 1864 and then to
admiral in 1866 after the war.
He remained on active duty
for life, an honor held by only
six other naval officers. He was
also a pallbearer at the funeral
of Abraham Lincoln.


Forgiving the guy with a foot in his mouth


Sang dog, was that
my 'inside voice?'"
I wonder if that
question popped into the
head of some folks these last
two weeks in Congress, on the
tennis courts or at the MTV
awards after blurting out their
words.
Then the apologies came.
And what makes a good apol-
ogy? A good apology is com-
posed of at least three parts:
a description of the act for
which one is apologizing, an
expression of remorse for the
act, and a statement that one
will try very hard not to repeat
the act.
Once a sincere apology has
been made the issue of forgive-
ness comes into play. We live



This Week at

the FFSC

PCS Made Easy
Monday, 4 5:30 p.m.
Five Steps to a Smooth Move
is designed to offer an over-
view of proven tips and tech-
niques for addressing the
most prevalent military relo-
cation issues.

Moving With an Exceptional
Family Member
Monday, 5:30 6p.m.
In conjunction with PCS Made
Easy pre-departure consider-
ations, recommendations for
arrival and various resources


in a society today where this
theme of forgiveness or lack
of it is frequently in the head-


CHAPLAIN'S
CORNER






NASKey West
Command Chaplain
Lt. Cmdr.
D. C. Dowling


lines. There are
alotofmiscon-
ceptions about
forgiveness.
But how do
you personally
deal with for-
giveness when
someone says
or does some-
thing hurtful
to you?
Forgiveness


is a matter of letting go of a
debt, real or perceived, that
another person owes. And
until that debt is forgiven, the
person who suffers is the one
holding onto the debt.


will help navigate options and
entitlements with an excep-
tional family member.

Effective Communication
Tuesday, 10 11 a.m.
Learn about common barri-
ers, aggressive versus assertive
communication, and tech-
niques to enhance your inter-
actions with others.

Resume Writing
Thursday, 1 2:30 p.m.
The properly constructed
resume may make the differ-
ence for you in today's high-
ly competitive job market.
Topics to include: the basics
of resume writing, key words
and formatting, and ideas on


There are a few things to
know about forgiveness.First,
forgiveness is not something
earned or deserved. No apol-
ogy can make up for the dam-
age done. A guy backed into
my car last week and dented
the bumper, he apologized
and called his insurance, but
that didn't fix the bumper or
my lost time. The insurance
company will make it right,
but what I gave him wasn't
something that he could earn.
I let it go on a personal level.
Secondly, real forgiveness is
not minimizing the serious-
ness of the offense. It's not say-
ing, "It's no big deal. It really
didn't hurt. It wasn't that bad."

see FORGIVING page 3


how to maximize interest from
local KeyWest businesses.

IA Support Group
Thursday, 6 7:30 p.m.
Explore unique challenges
faced by IA families and make
connections with others fac-
ing similar issues.

The Fleet and Family Support
Center is located at 804 Sigsbee
Road. Call 293-4408 ext. 28 to
enroll. All classes are subject
to rescheduling when enroll-
ment does not meet minimum
requirement. The hours ofoper-
ation 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.









MCPON

honors Navy

ombudsmen

SPECIAL FROM THE MASTER
CHIEF PETTY OFFICER OF THE
NAVY

In recognition of
Ombudsman Appreciation
Day Monday, Master
Chief Petty Officer of the
Navy (MCPON) Rick D.
West released the follow-
ing message to the fleet:
"In 1970, then-Chief of Naval
Operations, Admiral Elmo
Zumwalt established the
Family Ombudsman program
and showed the entire Navy
that he understood that there
were issues and concerns spe-
cific to a Navy family.
Nearly forty years later, the
program he began is the very
backbone of our family sup-
port network. The ombuds-
man is a key member of
every commanding officer's
group of advisors and they
are the trusted confidante of
every command master chief.


Hometown: Gadsden, S.C.
Prior Duty Stations: USS
Blue Ridge (LCC 19)
Hobbies: Studying ancient
cultures and cooking.
Future Plans: To become a
valued team member of the
NAS Key West family.
Most Interesting Experience:
The five years spent in Japan
was an incredible experience.
Words of Wisdom: Dreaming
shows us where we could be,
action gets us to where we
dream of being...most of the
time.


Most importantly, no one is
a greater friend to the indi-
vidual Navy family than each
command's ombudsman. I say
'individual' because the key to
their effectiveness will always
be the personal approach each
ombudsman takes to every sit-
uation.

Our ombudsmen don't ask
for money, awards or rec-
ognition. But they deserve
our gratitude...

Our ombudsmen don't ask for
money, awards or recognition.
But they deserve our gratitude
and this September 14th, on
Ombudsman Appreciation
Day, I ask that you make
every effort to give them that.
The U.S. Navy family is being
asked more than ever before.
We're sending more Sailors
into harm's way, more ships
to sea, to accomplish a greater
variety of missions.
We have thousands more
men and women on the ground
in the Fifth Fleet theater than
we do on board ships in that

see OMBUDSMEN page 5


CPO pinning
continued from page 1


and mentors, and their new
khaki combination covers
from their sponsors.


After the ceremony, all those
in attendance waited in line
to say congratulations to the
new chiefs and were invited
to attend a reception at the
Chief's Mess.
"This is the proudest


moment of my life," said
RPC (FMF) Phillip Burston. C
"I still have a long journey :
ahead, though. I have to sup-
port and look out for all my
shipmates by being the best
chief I can be."


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U.S. Navy photo by James E. Brook
Four of the original founding members of the Navy League Key West Council gather to share memories
at a 50th anniversary dinner held Sept. 11 at Trumbo Palms. From left to right are John Koenig, Ed
Knight, Jim Flenner and Norman Wood.


Navy League
continued from page 1


founded in 1902 with signifi-
cant support from President
Theodore Roosevelt. Roosevelt
believed if the United States
wanted to become a great
naval power, it needed public
support as much as it needed
a demonstration of force like
the around-the-world cruise
of the Great White Fleet. The
Navy League was formed to
provide support of the nation's



Forgiving
continued from page 2


The truth is, if it's worth forgiv-
ing, then it did cause pain. It
was wrong.
Thirdly, forgiveness is not
the same thing as reconcili-
ation. They are two different
issues. Forgiveness does not
equal a restored relationship.
Forgiveness is instant, but trust
has to be rebuilt over time.
Fourthly, forgiveness is
not forgetting. You've prob-


sea services and to educate
others about why the nation
needs a strong Navy.
According to Flenner, many
of the charter members of the
Key West Council were Key
West State Bank directors and
served in the Navy.
"At the time, Key West was
a very active Navy base," said
Flenner. "We had an admi-
ral, a submarine base and
the submarine tender, USS
Gilmore."
Navy League member Sandy
Higgs read a list of the original


ably heard the phrase, "forgive
and forget." There's only one
problem You can't do it. It's
impossible and the more pain-
ful something is the more it is
etched in your memory.
These last two truths about
forgiveness are often the
most difficult for couples.
Forgiveness is no easy matter
in the first place. In the Bible
Peter asked, "Lord, how often
should I forgive somebody
who sins against me? Seven
times?" Peter probably wasn't
expecting Jesus to counter


charter members. The roll call
was a historic "who's-who" of
Key West politicians, business
leaders and educators many
who are remembered today by
buildings and schools named
in their honor.
The KeyWest Council of the
Navy League is open to any
civilian or retired military per-
son who is interested in sup-
porting the local sea services.
For more information, please
call council president Stan
Rzad at 295-1191, or e-mail:
votehiggs@aol.com.


his generous offer by basi-
cally saying "Not quite. How
about seventy times seven?"
The point is for infinity; for
as long as it takes. Until you
let it go.
The bottom line is, forgiving
the guy with a foot in his mouth
is the gracious thing to do, and
it's something I have appreci-
ated from others when pulling
my size 9-1/2 out of my mouth.
For more about the gracious
act of forgiveness come at 10
a.m. this Sunday for worship
at Truman Annex Chapel.


ET3 (SW) Antwuan Sims








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SUpcoming Events

SSaturday
* Renovations Open House -
1190B Gilmore Drive from
2:30 4:30 p.m.
SSept. 23
o* Civilian Community
o Huddle at Sigsbee Chapel
6 6 p.m.
7 Sept. 25
.* Breakfast on the Go Peary
E
S Court from 7 8 a.m.
a Sept. 26
Family Yard Sale Housing
office 9 a.m. 2 p.m.
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Balfour Beatty Communities
would like to invite you to an
Open House, Saturday from
2:30 4:30 p.m. The location
will be 1190B Gilmore Drive,
the home of the new Patriot
House. Please join us to tour
the newly renovated home
and enjoy refreshments.

Balfour Beatty
Communities NAS Key
West is on Facebook
Balfour Beatty Communities
wants to be your friend! We are
now on Facebook, connected
to the NAS KeyWest page, and
would like to get your feed-
back. This is a great way for


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to improve our services. What
can we do to serve you better?
How can we make NAS Key
West a better place to live? So
add us as a friend on Facebook
and let us know!

Update Your E-mail
Address
In an effort to better inform
residents, Balfour Beatty
Communities will be pub-
lishing a bi-monthly e-
newsletter. Has your e-mail
address changed? Please
let our community man-
agement office know. We'll
update our database and
ensure you get the most
accurate information where
you want it delivered.

Help Spread the Word
about Recycling
Over the next month, Key
West is conducting a city-
wide canvassing effort to
educate residents about the
City Ordinance on manda-



NEX Sight &

Sound sale

FROM KRISTINE M. STURKIE
Navy Exchange Service Command Public
Affairs Officer

or its annual fall Sight

and Sound sale now
through Sept. 27, the
Navy Exchange (NEX) is
offering a special MILITARY
STARTM card promotion on
the purchase
of comput-
ers, TVs
and home
theater sys-
tems priced
at $699
and above.
trygve.comp oto Customers
who make these purchases
using their MILITARY START
card will enjoy no down pay-
ment, no interest and no pay-
ments for 180 days.


tory recycling. Your help is
needed to contact residents
of Sigsbee, Peary Court,
Trumbo Point, and Truman
Annex. You can take a street,
block, or whatever you feel
comfortable with. Training
and a free T-shirt are avail-
able. To volunteer your
time and assistance, con-
tact: Marianne Schippereit,
schippes@bellsouth.net
for Sigsbee, and Shirley
Freeman, svfkw@bellsouth.
net for Trumbo, Peary Court,
and Truman.

Save Your BAH!

Balfour Beatty Communities
is currently offering new lease
move in specials for active duty
and non-affiliated civilians. If
you are interested in saving
$200 off of your rent for seven
months, call 292-5590.

Backyard Mowing

Feel like you are missing out on
summer fun by having to mow
and weed your backyard? Well,


The MILITARY START card
offers many benefits including
10 percent off the first day's
purchases (up to the custom-
er's credit limit), no annual fee,
low interest rate and 24-hour
customer service including
online access.
MILITARY START card
applications are available at
the NEX on Naval Air Station
Key West's Sigsbee Park. The
application can be processed
the same day at the customer
service desk.


Receive NEX

gift card


FROM KRISTINE M. STURKIE
Navy Exchange Service Command Public
Affairs Officer

Customers who apply
for and receive approv-
al for a new MILITARY


help is here! Balfour Beatty is
offering backyard service and
here's how it works:
Sign up at the BBC Office at
the beginning of each week
and prepay a minimal charge
of for the full service of mow-
ing and weed-eating your
fenced-in backyard. Also, let
BBC know if your spouse is
currently deployed and we
will have the service per-
formed as a courtesy as our
way of saying thank you to
military families serving our
country.
We truly understand how
difficult it is to make time
for lawn maintenance but
proper maintenance of your
yard is critical in maintain-
ing a community that every-
one will be proud to call
home.
Should you not opt for this
service and fail to maintain
your lawn as the resident
guide states, you will receive a
second notice with a date for a
scheduled mowing and a $35
charge will be added to your
account.


STARTM card account through
October 31 will receive a free
$10 NEX Gift card.
Among the MILITARY
STARTM card's many benefits
include 10 percent off the first
day's purchases (up to the
customer's credit limit), low
interest rate, 24-hour custom-
er service, including online
access; zero percent interest
promotions; free shipping on
All Services Exchange Catalog
purchases and no annual fee.
In addition, the MILITARY
STARTM card has a reduced
interest rate program for
qualifying Navy and Marine
Corps personnel by waiving
the monthly payments for
account holders for the dura-
tion of an assignment over 90
days to a contingency area
and interest rate charges are
reduced under two options.
MILITARY START card
applications are available at the
Navy Exchange on Naval Air
Station KeyWest's Sigsbee Park.


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This Just In...


Construction at
Trumbo Point Gate
The construction at Trumbo
Point, whichbeganWednesday,
is expected to last until Sept.
25. Please use caution when
traveling.

Navy Ball fundraiser
car wash
A Navy Ball bike and car
wash fundraiser will be held
Saturday at the VFW from 11
a.m. 3 p.m.

Navy Lodge Key West
open house
The Navy Lodge has com-
pleted a major renovation and
will hold open houses Sunday
through Sept 26 from 1 -4 p.m.
Navy Lodge now has standard
rooms with two queen beds,
and business-class rooms with
one queen bed, a desk and sofa
bed. All rooms are equipped



Ombudsmen
continued from page 3


part of the world. Expectations
of our Navy are changing every
day. And with those changes
comesmore stress onthe family.
Navy leadership relies on the
ombudsmen to help mitigate
that stress.
We rely on their training, their
experience and their instincts.
And we place the highest value
on their compassion and loy-
alty to the Navy family. Since
1970, those two qualities have
been the common characteris-




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with a kitchenette, dining area
and private bath. Some of the
other amenities include an on-
site laundry facility, the new
"Breakfast to Go" program and
a coffee room where guests
can sit and enjoy a cup of cof-
fee while they watch the morn-
ing news.

Navy Ball tickets on
sale Tuesday
The Navy Ball will be held Oct.
16 at 6 p.m. at Trumbo Palms.
Tickets go on sale at Bldg. A-
515 on Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 10- 11 a.m. and from 1 2
p.m. Naval Branch Health Clinic
Key West and Joint Interagency
Task Force South will also be
selling tickets. Prices are: E-4
and below: Free, but you still
need to pick up tickets; E-5:
$10; E-6: $20; E-7 0-5 and
civilians: $30; 0-5 and above:
$35. For more information call
CTT1 (SW) AmandaWhitney at
293-2481 or 293-2026.


tics shared by all our ombuds-
men. Admiral Zumwalt's goal
was to capitalize on those qual-
ities and four decades later I
believe he'd be proud of how
far the program has come.
September 14th is the day we've
set aside to recognize these
amazing volunteers.
One day out of the year is the
least we can give them consider-
ing the 365 days they spend sup-
porting the United States Sailor
andourfamiliesaroundtheworld.
Join me in thanking them.
Hooyah Navy ombudsmen...
you make a difference every
day."




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Sunset Lounge
televises games, UFC

The Sunset Lounge on Sigsbee
Park is the place to go to watch
football and the Ultimate
Fighting Championship!
o On Saturdays, it's col-
E lege football, on Sundays the
- NFL, and then Monday Night
SFootball. Food will be served
Beginning at 11:30 a.m. on
E
S Saturday and Sunday and 5
W p.m. on Monday until half-
time of the last game (limited
menu).
The Lounge will broad-
cast the UFC 103 at 10 p.m.
Saturday.
Weekly events at the Lounge:
Tuesday Zumba, 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday Karaoke, 6:30
p.m.
Thursday Line Dancing, 7
p.m.


Beachside Grill at
Beach Patio
The Beachside Grill onTruman
Annexhas deli sandwiches and
desserts available all day and
grilled items available from
10:30 a.m. 2 p.m. Monday
through Friday. The grill is
located inside the Beach Patio
Recreation Center. For more
information, call 293-5282.

St. Paul's
Episcopal Church
Father Larry D. Hooper
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.
We are your home
away from home.
Please join us.
Phone: (305) 296-5142
www.stpaulschurchkeywest.org


MWR Update


Runway Grill Lunch
Specials

The lunch buffet is 11 a.m. 1
p.m., Monday through Friday.
The Runway Grill is located at
the back of Air Lanes Bowling
Center on Boca Chica Field.
* Monday Sweet and sour
chicken, fried rice, stir-fry veg-
etables and fortune cookie.
* Tuesday Baked ziti, Italian
vegetables and garlic bread.
* Wednesday Chicken fajitas,
Spanish rice and vegetables.
* Thursday Salisbury steak
with gravy, mashed potatoes
and dinner roll.
* Sept. 25 Fish sandwich,
potato salad, baked beans
and cole slaw.
The specials are $6 and include
a fountain drink. Specials are
subject to availability. Healthy
alternatives fresh wraps and
salads also are available. Call
293-2116 for info.


Liberty Briefs

The Liberty Office on Truman
Annex is open Tuesday and
Thursday from 4 6 p.m. in
Bldg. 1351, room 117. Feel free
to stop in and see Daniel to
sign up for events!
Add us on Facebook. Get
updates on events and activi-
ties as well as pictures of our
events! User Name: "Liberty
Key West."
* Saturday Paintball in Key
West! Game time is at 10 a.m.
Cost: $15 for equipment and
500 rounds; only $5 more for
500 more rounds. You must
sign up to play.
* Sunday Liberty will rent a
boat from Sigsbee Marina.
Come spend the day out on
the water, five seats avail-
able. Cost: $15.
* Sept. 26: Blink 182 concert
in Miami. Three tickets left.
Cost: $20, transportation
provided.

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* Sept. 27: Florida Marlins
vs. New York Mets.
Transportation provided.
Cost: $5 holding fee, reim-
bursed on the van.
Sign up by calling Emma
Harlow at 293-2682 or e-mail
emmaharlow@navy.mil.


'Biggest Loser' third
week wrap-up
The third week into MWR's
"Biggest Loser" saw Project
Under Construction winning,
with a 1.854 percent weight
loss. In second place, the
Marvin's Mermaids lost 1.368
percent of their body fat.
Everyone is off to a great
start! Keep up the good work
and go drink some water.



Fall Fitness Menu

Boca Chica Gym

Monday
* 6 a.m. Biggest Loser Burn*
* 11 a.m. Hard Core Abs
* 4:30 p.m. Yoga Fit
* 5:30 p.m. Pump
* 6:30 p.m. Biggest LoserTrek
Bike Ride*
* 6:30 p.m. Dance Like a
Star
Tuesday
* 6 a.m. Biggest Loser Weigh
Ins
* 11 a.m. Butts and Guts
* 4:30 p.m. Step with
Monica
* 5 p.m. Aqua Fit (Trumbo
Pool)


* 6 p.m. Biggest Loser Weigh
Ins
Wednesday
* 6 a.m. Biggest Loser Burn*
* 11 a.m. Hard Core Abs
* 4:30 p.m. Yoga Fit
* 5:30 p.m. Ship/Shape in
Training Bldg.*
* 6:30 p.m. Biggest LoserTrek
Bike Ride**
Thursday
* 11 a.m. Butts and Guts
* 4:30 p.m. Step with
Monica
* 5 p.m. Aqua Fit (Trumbo
Pool)
Friday
* 6 a.m. -Virtual Insanity
* 11 a.m. Hard Core Abs
* 6:30 p.m. Dance Like a
Star
Saturday
* 10 a.m. Super Pump
* 10 a.m. Biggest Loser
Kayaking. Call 293-2480 to
reserve your seat.
*Biggest Loser classes are open to all
and are for eight weeks.
**Bike rides are first come, first served
- nine seats.


Sigsbee Studio

The studio in the ITT Building is
closed until renovations to the
building are complete. A new fit-
ness menu willbe publishedwith
studio classes after it reopens!
Tuesday
* 6:30 p.m. Zumba (Sunset
Lounge on Sigsbee Park)
Thursday
S7 p.m. -Line Dancing (Sunset
Lounge on Sigsbee Park)
Saturday


* 10 a.m. Zumba (Youth
Center on Sigsbee Park)


Fitness Runs

* Boca Chica Marina Sprint
Triathlon Sept. 26 at 7:30
a.m.
* Biggest Losers Only 5K
Run/Walk Oct. 24 at Sunset
Lounge.
* Wolf Run/Walk and 1-Mile
Fun Run Oct. 31 at Sunset
Lounge at 9 a.m.
* Sunset Lounge Turkey Trot
Nov. 21 at 9 a.m.


Events

Be sure and encourage any
of your friends and family
that are in the Biggest Loser
Competition!
* Sports Award Ceremony/
Luncheon Sept. 30 at the
Boca Chica Gym at 11 a.m.
* Runners Clinic Oct. 2 at the
NEX from 7 11 a.m.
* Navy Birthday Week Sept.
26 through Oct. 3. Watch for
more details!

For more information on sports
call Evans at 293-2683 or e-mail
evans.sportsnaskw@yahoo.com.

For more information on fitness
schedules/events call 293-2480
ore-mailbocachicagym@gmail.
com.

The Boca Chica Gym is open
from 5:30 a.m. 9:30 p.m.
weekdays and from 9 a.m. 5
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Reel to victory at Coast

Guard tournament


FROM SECTOR KEY WEST
PUBLIC AFFAIRS

oast Guard Sector
Key West is sched-
ed to hold its sec-
ond annual fishing tourna-
ment Wednes-day from 7
a.m. 3 p.m. The weigh-in
will be at Sigsbee Marina
from 3 5 p.m.
Proceeds from the tour-
nament will go toward the
Coast Guard Ball.
The five categories will
be reef, offshore, shore,
spear fishing and biggest
lobster. The largest fish in


the offshore category is the
overall winner. The angler's
top three fish will be count-
ed for a total weight in the
reef, shore and spearfishing
categories.
The fee is $20 per person
for one category. Anglers
can fish more than one cat-
egory for $30.
Prizes will be awarded to
the first place winners, and
a 50/50 drawing will also
be held.
For more information, call
Coast Guard Lt. j.g. Jessica
Azar at 292-8806 or Lt. j.g.
Matt Meinhold at 292-8836.


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Naval Air Station Key West's Honor Guard render a 21-gun salute at
the Key West Cemetery on Memorial Day this year.



NAS seeking honor guard

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) Amanda
Whitney at 293-2026.


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on to win


BY MC3 MICHAEL MCNABB
Southernmost Flyer

JIATFS defeated Weapons
21-20 in week two of the
Captain's Cup Flag Football
season Monday at the field on
Sigsbee Park.
JIATFS won the coin flip and
immediately drove down the
field for a touchdown, led by
quarterback Ernest Benson, to
take a 7-0 lead.
Weapons' offense couldn't
get off the ground and threw
interceptions on their first
two drives, which were both
returned to their own 1-yard
line. Benson capitalized on the
field position, ran for a touch-
down and threw for another,
bringing the score to 21-0.
Weapons tried to get a last-
minute touchdown but threw an
interception to close the half.
Everything seemed to be
going right for JIATFS and
for the first 26 minutes of the
game it did. With four minutes
left in the game, Benson threw
an interception that Weapons
quickly converted for a touch-
down. Benson seemed to be
rattled by the interception and
on their following drive threw
another pick that allowed
Weapons to score on a quar-
terback keeper. After convert-
ing the extra point the score
was 21-14.
With little over a minute
left all JIATFS needed to do
was run the clock out. On the
first play Benson had the right
idea and ran the ball for a first
down, but instead of keep-
ing the ball inbounds he was
forced out and the clock was
stopped with 59 seconds left
in the game.
With four downs to run the
clock out JIATFS inexplicably
opted to go with a pass play




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U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Michael McNabb
Weapons cornerback A01 (AW) Cintronn Hill intercepts a pass dur-
ing a Captain's Cup football game, giving the team a chance to tie
the game in the closing seconds. Weapons lost the game 21-20.


on first down which ended in
disaster. Benson was picked
off by AO1 (AW) Cintronn Hill,
giving Weapons 53 seconds to
score a touchdown to poten-
tially tie the game.
After a few short pass plays
and a fourth- down conversion,
AO2 Anthony Batten threw a
laser pass for a touchdown.
Unfortunately Weapons was
unable to convert the extra
point, and despite a valiant


effort they fell to JIATFS with
the final score of 21-20.
In other game news, OPS fell
to USCGMAT 6-14. After going
down 14-0 at half, OPS battled
back, but a last-minute scor-
ing opportunity was stifled by
an impressive defensive stand
by USCGMAT.
In the final game, FRC and
CGANT played three overtimes
only to have the game end in a
tie. The final score was 18-18.





























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Sailors from Joint Interagency Task Force South run with the colors during the Patriot Day 5K Run at Boca Chica.


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NAS Key West's chief petty officer selectees, from left, MAC (SW/AW) (Select) Larry Thomas, RPC (FMF) (Select)
Philip Burston, OSC (SW) (Select) Kizzalibah Lavala and ETC (SW) (Select) Duane Hagge perform a Sept. 11
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BY MC2 RACHEL MCMARR
Southernmost Flyer

ept. 11 marks a day in history not many will
forget. Naval Air Station Key West took the
day to remember the tragic events of Sept. 11,
2001, thank local law enforcement and firefighters
for their service and also to promote safety.
The morning started off with a Patriot Day 5K run
on Boca Chica Field.
Following the run, NAS Key West's chief petty
officer selectees performed a Sept. 11 memorial
tribute during command quarters. The Sailors took
turns reciting facts about the fateful day and led the
command in a moment of silence for those who lost
their lives during the attack. After the memorial,
several Sailors received awards and three sailors
choose to reenlist.
Beginning at 10 a.m., NAS Key West held its first
annual 9/11 Tribute Rodeo and Ride. Riders were
invited to bring their motorcycles and cars to be
judged. Motorcycle vendors showed off new prod-
ucts, the Navy Exchange sold motorcycle personal
protective equipment (PPE) such as helmets, reflec-
tive gear and gloves and the Navy Ball committee
sold food to the crowd.
Two Sailors, AC2 (AW/SW) Emmily Trolinger and
AC2 (AW) Nick Trutza, both who, although wear-
ing PPE and having taken the proper training, were
involved in motorcycle accidents this year, manned
a booth with photos of their injuries and some of
their damaged equipment.
"I can say that everyone who did come by was
shocked to see the reality of the injuries," Trolinger said.
"I think seeing my pictures and the face of the person
directly next to them had a significant impact."
After safety talks from Monroe County Sheriff's
Office, KeyWest Police Department and NAS Security
Officer Lt. Cmdr. Steven James, NAS Chaplain Lt.
Cmdr. Dorman Dowling said a blessing over the
bikes and the riders.
Finally, the day concluded with riders taking com-
memorative posters to law enforcement and fire
departments from Key West to Big Coppitt and
Marathon.


U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Michael McNabb
From left, MA2 (AW/SW) Germain Steele, GM1 (SW) Rodney Bernheim and AM2 John Harris recite the oath of
enlistment with NAS Key West Commanding Officer Capt. Steven Holmes, Executive Officer Cmdr. Michael Giardino
and Security Officer Lt. Cmdr. Steven James on Sept. 11 at NAS Key West.


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presenting the department with a 9/11 commemorative poster.


Sailors show off their motorcycles at the first annual
Rodeo and Ride.


A Sailor starts his motorcycle and gets ready to ride.


AC2 (AW/SW) Emmily Trolinger shows damage from a
motorcycle accident at a booth during the event.


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BY TIM CHRISTMANN
SNaval Supply Systems Command Public
Affairs

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D MOTOR VEHICLES/RVs
E 1966 Ford Mustang Coupe Project. New
D firewall, floor pans and cowl installed.
C. New gas tank in box, includes 302/5.0
( block, heads and intake, $2,200 OBO.
More than $3,000 invested. Call Chris at
(305) 731-3863.
2005 Recreation by Design Travel
Trailer 2/2, 40', queen size bed in mas-
ter, three super slide outs, central A/C,
a must see! $19,995 OBO, call Justin
Clark at (305) 587-0918.
2008 Scion XB, black, has 25,000 miles
and 4-year factory warranty. GPS navi-
gation system, DVD, 19" TRD Rims and
many extras. Asking $14,750, OBO. Call
Carlos at (305) 608-3378.
2008 Toyota Tundra 4x4 Crew Max 5.7
Liter Limited, gray metallic exterior, stone
graphite leather interior, 9,200 miles,
7-year or 100,000 mile Toyota Platinum
Extra Care extended warranty, spray
bed liner, navigation system, and more.
Asking $36,000 firm. Call Kevin at (305)
292-9926.
1999 Ducati Monster 900 custom.
Loaded with De Pretto billet aluminum.
Limited edition #6 gas tank, hand-
painted by Italian airbrush artist Claudio
Mazzi. Dry clutch with open billet alu-
minum cover for that real Ducati sound.
One owner, low miles, high style. Asking
$4,500 OBO. Call (401) 523-8586.
1998 Harley Davidson FLSTF Fatboy,
less than 13,000 miles, great shape.
Too many extras to list, original owner,
$9,500. Call (305) 240-4159.
Harley Davidson Heritage Soft Tail
Springer, less than 40,000 miles,
Evolution motor, bags, windshield, fringe,
white walls, fishtails and lots of chrome.
Motor and exhaust are stock, $10,000
firm. Call Billie at 797-4430.
2003 Kawasaki Vulcan 500, excellent
condition, $2,800 OBO, call Skip at (716)
308-6326.
2007 37' Keystone Raptor, 5th wheel
hitch included, entertainment center,
storage, separate door to living area,
large booth dinette, three-burner range,
fridge, hardwood flooring, outside enter-
tainment center, front queen bed, queen
bed over cargo area. Call Kenny at (305)
923-4963 or (305) 872-5436.
2001 Ford F-150 Lariat, extended cab,
4x4, has 120,000 miles, clean truck,
maroon in color, every option from fac-
tory, $9,000 OBO. Contact Jerret at (352)
949-0234, transferring and need to sell.
BOATS & ACCESSORIES
16' Lowe side console fishing boat.
Great running 40 HP outboard motor,
galvanized trailer in excellent condition,
new fish finder, two life jackets and fire
extinguisher, $2,300, call Brad at (305)
849-0733.
2003 19' Pro Sports center console,
Yamaha 115 4-stroke. Magic Tilt trailer,
new fish finder, new stereo, new battery,
engine and boat have 113 hours. Engine
and trailer recently serviced. $12,000,
call Dave at 797-1214.
1998 Cobia Sport Deck 259. 24 ft.
250hp Mercury, GPS, CD player, Bimini,
cover, fresh water shower/sink. Seats
11 comfortably. Versatile family boat or


merge Oct. 1 to form the new
logistics specialist (IS) rating.
According to NAVSUP
Command Master Chief Jim
Collins, merging these two rat-
ings will give the PCs a viable
career path, broader skill sets,
and increased advancement
opportunities. The LS rating
will also benefit Sailors with


party boat. With trailer, $12,000. Call
(305) 587-0535.
Beautiful, like-new 1994 26 ft. Mako.
Custom t-top with rocket launchers. Two
twin Mercury 200s. Will deliver. All for
only $9,400. Call Steve at (423) 494-
0466.
MISCELLANEOUS
Two sit-in kayaks. One is a Pelican
and the other is a Tiger Shark, comes
with paddles. Paid more than $600 for
Pelican, asking $400. Paid more than
$400 for Tiger Shark, asking $200. Call
Amanda (305) 896-0325.
Desk/shelving unit, large, L-shaped -
$500. Futon with mattress and cover
- $150. Refrigerator SS, side-by-side
- $100. Wine closet (20 bottles) $100.
King-sized bed, box springs and rails
- $50. Call (305) 587-0533.
Instep Quick N EZ bicycle trailer. Seats
two children with a 100-pound capacity.
This gold, gray and black trailer boasts
a powder-coated steel frame and rust-
free rims with a rear storage area and
screened canopy. Please call (305) 294-
2880.
Used bike for sale, $45. Call Jack at
292-4058.
Gift certificate for four rounds of golf at
the Key West Golf Club. Does not include
golf cart, $100, call 293-2425 or (703)
798-4656 and ask for Jim.
Ashley Furniture sleeper sofa, only a
year and a half old, blue-green, asking
$500. Call (305) 890-8448.
ROOMMATE
Roommate for La Brisa condo. 3/2.5
oceanfront with pool, tennis and gated
community. $925 plus utilities, fully fur-
nished. E-mail chefellie2002@yahoo.
com.
FOR RENT
2/1 Home MM 17, on the water and
private parking, $800/month. Call Ray at
(508) 400-5868.
3/2 Jolly Rogers Estates, Little Torch
Key MM28. Spacious and bright, W/D,
screened porch, large deck, boat dock,
deep water draft, outside shower and
picnic table, partially furnished, no large
animals. References, credit check and
F/L/S required, $1,800/month, available
now. Call (305) 923-3086.
3/2 Fleming Street. OSP for one car,
two decks, $2,250/month plus utilities
other than sewer and garbage. Call (305)
923-4667 or e-mail claraltaylor@yahoo.
com.
Key West Golf Club. 3/2 on quiet
Kestral Way, tile floors, secluded foliage,
screened wrap-around porch. W/D, basic
cable. No pets/smoking. $2,000/month.
Call (614) 323-0544 for showing.
Beautiful, remodeled conch cottage in
Ramrod Key at MM 27 near U.S. 1. Large
fenced backyard, pets upon approval.
W/D, refrigerator and A/C. Hardwood
floors and open floor plan. Large front
porch. Two miles from shopping center
with grocery store and pharmacy, etc.
Available Oct. 1, $1,300. Call Tracy at
(928) 710-2989.
3/4 bedrooms, 2 bath, canal-front home


greater diversity in both sea
and shore assignments.
Chief of Naval Operations
Adm. Gary Roughead approved
the ratings merger on Nov. 17,
2008. Since the LS rating was
approved, a new rating manu-
al, mobile training teams, and
online training programs were
developed to educate PCs and


NAS Classifieds

on upper Sugarloaf Key. $1,600/month.
F/L/S. Call 797-0625.
Historic Old Town mansion, 529
Caroline Street., furnished large room
with private bath, long or short-term
rentals, A/C, all utilities included. $350/
weekly or $1,200/monthly. Call (305)
304-8555.
SERVICES
Licensed Child Development Home
with availability. Open spots for lov-
ing, fun environment for children. Call
Melanie Sise at (305) 360-0188.
Want additional income? Learn to
operate a mini-office outlet from home.
Free online training, flexible hours and
great income. Visit online at www.miniof-
ficeoutlets.com/brightsuccess.
D and D Florida Keys Photographer,
digital photography, studio or location
photo shoot. One hour CD special,
$150, no prints or Web site. About 50
digital images unrestricted on CD, e-mail
deissew@comcast.net.
Want to buy Avon but need a representa-
tive? Contact Katy at avonbykaty@yahoo.
com or browse my personal Web site
at www.youravon.com/kwerner to shop.
Ordering online is easy and fun. Or call
(305) 304-7023.
Latasia Fine Fashion Jewelry/Lingerie
& Bridal Our affordable prices allow you
to try trends that can reinvent the clas-
sic or release your inner rock star! With
our wearable interpretations of runway
designs, we've got the feel, the looks,
and the fashion edge you crave, so try
something new today get in on the cut-
ting edge of a new company to the U.S.
and Canada join us with an exciting
career with Latasia Jewelry and Lingerie!
I would love to show you how to have fun
and financial freedom. Tammy Young,
(305) 292-0934.
Need a notary? Call Shauna Cooper,
she's a Florida state-commissioned
notary available when you need her,
(305) 294-2880.
Buy your Shaklee products online con-
veniently from your home, no sales visits,
no appointments, visit my Web site at
www.shaklee.net/brightsuccess.
Meet moms and get connected! Free
local mom's group, welcome to moms in
the Lower Keys, www.KeyWestMommies.
com. Join us for events such as play
dates, park outings and more.
Car Detail Service. Need your car
cleaned? Full car detail service, call Phill
at (305) 395-9199.
April's Pet Sitting. We pet and house
sit; we also water plants and bring in
mail. Call (305) 849-3176 or e-mail
aprils petsitting@yahoo.com
Holiday Baby Key West, baby equip-
ment rentals like pack-n-plays, strollers,
booster seats, car seats, toys, portable
cribs and more. Free delivery and pick up
in Key West, call Nancy Dappola at (305)
923-1476 or visit holidaybabykw.com.
Earn great money, 50-year-old distribu-
tion company looking for online trainers.
Flexible hours, work from home, visit
www.awakeyourdreams.com.
Avon by Veronica. Interested in


SKs in their new roles as LSs.
NAVSUP's primary mission
is to provide U.S. naval forc-
es with quality supplies and
services. With headquarters
in Mechanicsburg, Pa., and
employing a diverse, worldwide
workforce of more than 25,500
military and civilian personnel,
NAVSUP oversees logistics pro-


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, senior
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 Lauran at (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/


grams in the areas of supply
operations, conventional ord-
nance, contracting, resale, fuel,
transportation, and security
assistance. In addition, NAVSUP
is responsible for quality of
life issues for our naval forces,
including food service, postal
services, Navy Exchanges, and
movement of household goods.


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.
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.
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.
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.
RENOVATION SALE
Navy Lodge, Saturday 8 a.m. 3 p.m.,
beds, dishes, microwaves, refrigerators
and furniture. 4114 Arthur Sawyer Rd.,
Sigsbee Park. Cash and credit cards
accepted.

NAS KEYWEST CLASSIFIED are free
for active-duty and retired personnel,
their families and civilian base employ-
ees only. Deadline for submissions is
noon the Tuesday prior to that Friday's
issue. Make submissions to the NAS
Key West Public Affairs Office by e-mail,
rachel.mcmarr@navy.mil; mail, P.O. Box
9001, Key West, FL 33040-9001; or fax
submissions to 293-2627. Unless other-
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Coastal Construction
Company
Has been awarded a
contract to provide pre-
construction services for
the Poinciana Royale
Housing project. The
Project design is now
nearly completed and
construction is scheduled
to commence in late
2009. The project con-
sists of 50 single bed-
room housing units plus
common areas including
an office, a meeting
room,, laundry facilities
and associated site and
paving work. Coastal
Construction is seeking
to prequalify local trade
contractors and vendors
for the project. To obtain
a prequalification form,
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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

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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
Education & Prevention
Coordinator
This F/T position in Key
West has a primary re-
sponsibility to prepare,
teach and coordinate The
Dependency Parenting
Program both in parent's
homes and group based
classes using an evi-
dence-based model cur-
riculum. Bachelor's de-
gree in social services or
related human services
field required, Masters
Degree preferred. Email
resume to
beckyvrannev@weslevhouse.org
or stop by 1304 Truman
Ave. We offer competi-
tive salary plus superior
benefits. We are an
Equal Opportunity
Employer.
Wesley House Family
Services, Inc.
1304 Truman Ave.
Key West, Fl. 33040
MONROE ASSOC. FOR
RETARDED CITIZENS
Is seeking a PT (20hpw)
Supported Employment
Coach. BA, Background
screening, current FL DL
and ref. req. Apply at
1401 Seminary St. EEO.


Family Counselor
F/T position at our
Habana Plaza office.
This position is responsi-
ble for providing two lev-
els of in-home services
client-centered intensive
preservation and stabili-
zation services to
strengthen and preserve
families by helping par-
ents and children man-
age conflict. The Spe-
cialist offers services to
families on a voluntary
and a court mandated
basis and works as part
of the Wesley House
Team. Bachelor's De-
gree in social services or
related human service
field required, Master's
Degree preferred.
Email resume to:
Becky.rannev@weslevhouse.org
or stop by our 1304 Tru-
man Ave office.
Competitive salary plus
superior benefits.
We are an Equal
Opportunity Employer
Wesley House Family
Services, Inc.
1304 Truman Avenue
Key West, FL 33040

OCCUPATIONAL
THERAPIST &
ESETEACHER
Needing certified special-
ist for small school popu-
lation. Part-time. Contact
Chris @ Montessori
Elementary Charter
School 305-294-4910
ext. 111
DENTAL OFFICE
Big Pine Key. We are
looking for an experi-
ence, full-time Dental As-
sistant to join our modern
office and outstanding
staff. We take pride in all
aspects of our office and
are looking for someone
special. Please call
305-872-4272 or fax
305-872-8803. A resume
will be requested. All in-
quiries will be confiden-
tial.
OUTSIDE/ INSIDE
COMMISSIONED
SALES PEOPLE
Needed immediately.
Please fax resume to
305-292-9689.


RESERVATIONIST
Part-time Saturday and
Sunday. Need motivated,
dedicated individual with
great telephone skills.
Will train. Call Ken @
393-9263
THE SHERATON
SUITES KEY WEST

Is currently looking to fill
the following positions:

*Restaurant Supervisor
with at least 2 years of
supervisory experience
*Maintenance
(English Required)
The Sheraton Suites of-
fer competitive pay,
benefits to full-time em-
ployees and growth op-
portunity.

Apply in person at:
2001 South Roosevelt
Blvd. M-F, lpm-5 pm
or email to
jobapplication.sher
atonkeywest@ gmail.
com EOE/M/F/DN
VEHICLE BODY
RESTORATION
Conch Tour Train is
seeking a qualified indi-
vidual for this full-time
position. Must be experi-
enced in body repair, res-
toration and welding.
Benefits package is avail-
able for all full-time posi-
tions, including 401(k),
Medical, Dental, Life and
two weeks vacation. Ap-
ply at Conch Tour Train
garage, 1802 Staples
Ave. Suite #101 Monday
through Friday 9:00 a.m.
- 3:30 p.m. Drug Free
Workplace and E.O.E.

PARADISE
PET SITTING
Don't like kennels. Want
a nice home environment
for your love ones. Atten-
tion to Medical and die-
tary needs. Fenced yard
and secure. Very reason-
able rate. Key West area.
305-293-0958 or
305-600-2593


GUNS!
MSAR (AUG), AR 15,
SIG 223, HK and more.
Call Danny
(305)797-8993

SCHWINN SPIN
CYCLE
and mans giant Mountain
bike. Call 305-746-7873.

Used refrigerator. Like
new $170. 610-202-8527
Used stove. Like new
$170.610-202-8527


**PROFESSIONAL**
REDUCED!!!
large old town brand new
4BR superlux house.
Own queen size beroom
w/lg flat screen TV. Pvt
swimming pool. Share
with 1 other only $350pw
minimum 6 month lease.
305-896-4004


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KEYSWIDE CLASSIFIED ARE NOW WORLDWIDE


NEWTOWN
Nice room, double closet,
A/C, cable, W/D,
pool,parking. $250/wk
(305)292-2157



EFFICIENCY
Lower Duval St.
Southern Cross Hotel.
Furnished, kitchenette,
private bathroom, short
term or long term.
Starting at $292-$339per
week. Available immed.
Call 294-3200 for terms,
viewing & to apply.


The wins.
The losses.
The stats.


The crossword.
The comics.
The coupons.

The people.
The politics.
The police blotter.

The tax hikes.
The scandals.
The truth.


Our towns.
Our lives.
Our news.


UPSCALE FURN.
1 person per room. No
pets, smoking, drugs.
Rates begin $800 mo. +
dep. 305-304-8555.
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
www.heartbreakhotel.ora


1023 WHITEHEAD ST.
Private room, shared
kitchen & bath, A/C, ca-
ble TV, all util incl.
$750/mo. F/S Call
305-896-5606
LottieluvsJohn@vahoo.com

ROOMS-- OLD TOWN
Singles $180 & up, Dou-
bles $225. Private en-
trance, private bath, W/D,
WiFi, no alcohol, no
drugs. Sorry, no pets.
Four week minimum.
305-293-9400


STOCK ISLAND

2/1
Yard, laundry hookup,
A/C, $875.00 per month
plus 500.00 security

3/3
Yard, laundry, central
A/C, $1600.00 per month
plus $500.00 security

3/2
Yard, laundry hook up,
A/C $1500.00 per month
plus $500.00 security

CALL JUDI AT 797-7127

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Keyswide Classifeds!
Call 292-7777x3

2/1 NICEYARD
with W/D, private. $1,200
plus util. 305-797-4202.



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Available Now!

Salt Ponds 2/2
Canal Duplex 2/2
Shipyard 2/1
Old Town Cottages

Visit our website:
www.kevwestrentalcomoanv.com
for information.
The Taporowski Team
Realty Executives
Florida Keys
305-292-1922


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2BR/1BA CONDO KW
New appliances,
C/A/C, W/D & OSP.
$1,500/mo + utils F/L/S.
Min. 6 month lease.
305-296-3211
keywestrentalco.com

Las Salinas 3/2
W/D, pool on premises.
Available immediately.
$1750/mo.
Visit our website:
www. keywestrentalcompany.com
for information.
The Taporowski Team
Realty Executives
Florida Keys
305-292-1922



LARGE 1BR APPT.
On Truman Ave. $1,200
mo. $500 deposit. Move
in Nov. 1st. 766-3417.
MID TOWN
EFFICIENCY
includes all utilities
$1000/mo F/L $500 dep.
(305)294-9036

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NICE APT. ON CANAL
Large 1/1, with all ameni-
ties. $900/mo. includes
utilities. No pets, no
smoking. Avail 10/1 Con-
tact Todd 305-304-7199
1BR/EFF OLD TOWN
Full kitchen, 8 ft sliding
glass doors, private gar-
den, large TV w/surround
sound, queen bed, white
tile floors, Hunter fans.
no drugs, sorry no pets.
$1100 + utils. 292-1551
PRIME OLD TOWN
Beautiful 1BR/1BA, w/pri-
vate covered patio, over-
looking courtyard, in
quiet tropical compound.
Recently updated, &
nicely furnished, easy
walk to Duval or Seaport
District. $1475 includes
sewer/garb, water, inter-
net & full cable w/all
movie channels. Leave
message 305-923-5130.
CLEAN OLD TOWN
Very Large Effic. + Loft
Tile firs. Hunter fans, Ig
window to garden, tile
bath, Ig. closets. $1000.
+ util mo. to mo. $500
sec. No pets no drugs.
292-1551
MM 10.5 1BR/2BA
24 hour security, 2 pools,
marina, laundry facility. 2
person max, no pets.
$850 plus utilities. $500
security. (305)294-6492.


EFFICIENCY
300 FRONT ST.
2nd Floor totally reno-
vated, Outdoor patio,
private bath, C A/C, ce-
ramic tile throughout,
from $900/mo & up in-
cludes all utils. F/L/S, no
pets Joesi 305-942-6026



CASA MARINA AREA
2/1, 800 sq. ft, cent. A/C,
ceiling fans, tile floors,
no dogs. $1,500/mo. +
dep., includes sewer,
garbage and pest control.
Year lease, references
required. 305-304-7373.
***BIG PINE KEY***
2BR & 1BA
On a clean swim canal.
Lg porch $1,200/ +ulits.
W/D. 305-872-0622 or,
304-4205
ON THE WATER
$1000/month
Newly Renovated
1BR/1BA apt., with cen-
tral A/C, New Appli-
ances, Sliding Glass
Doors out to seawall on
the water, Big Coppitt
Key, F/L/S Plus utilities.
No dogs. Cabana Realty
Inc. 294-6259.
1/1 NEWTOWN
Cute, hardwood floors,
ceiling fans, small side &
front yard. $1200/mo. +
$1000 sec. includes all
utilities. (305)587-1212

KEY WEST RENTALS
1 bd/1 ba w/pool, w/d
$1400/m Large 2/bd
2/ba, w/d $1900/mo F/L
$500 Sec. 305-747-9560
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


CLASSY OLD TOWN
2/1, New appliances,
W/D, covered front
porch. front yard. Cats ok
$1600/mo F/L/S
1/1 newly renovated, pri-
vate deck. $1500 F/L/S
305-849-1080
www.thekeywestcondo.com
1BR/1BA OLD TOWN
Large deck, W/D. On the
upper quieter end on Du-
val St. Avail 10/1.
$1250/mo. F/L/S & refs.
Some pets considered.
305-304-3250; 296-2341
ACROSS FROM BEACH
2/1, W/D, D/W, pools,
tennis, gated, great view,
small pets ok. $1,700,
F/L $1,000 sec.
587-2760.
REMODELED 2/1
Old Town, Truman Ave
$1200 +elec/water, F/L/S
305-923-6400
$950/mo. 904 Truman
Ave. Front apt. 1BR, AC,
porch, shady yard, year
lease, Realty Exec. Dave
Lewis 305-304-8000
1/1 OLD TOWN 2ND FL
Meadows, recently reno-
vated, bright & clean,
lovely front & back
porches, Lg. Bedroom w/
walk in closet, cent a/c &
heat, W/D, satellite &
DSL, Sewer & Trash incl.
$1600/mo 293-7688
New Town Efficiency
$785/mo. (plus utilities).
clean, balcony. no pets.
Total required to move in
$1,570.
SBX Commercial
Real Estate LLC.
305-296-7920



900 Block of Duval
Large 2 Bedroom, on
2nd Floor Renovated,
Outdoor Patio,
$1375/mo. F/L/S, 1 yr.
lease, no pets
Large Studio- $1100
Call Joesi
305-942-6026
LARGE 1,000 SQ. FT.
duplex apt. 2bd/1 bth,
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
$1,575/mo 305-587-3483

$1575/MO 1821 HARRIS
Apt. A, 3br/2ba, c-ac, tile,
w/d hookup, lease, park-
ing, Realty Exec. Dave
Lewis 305-304-8000


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AVAILABLE NOW
2BR/1 BA, newly re-
model, MM104 Ocean-
side. $900 month
305-451-4100.


OLD TOWN KEY WEST
Fully furnished 3bed/3bth
with pools and off street
parking. 1 year lease
$3500/mo plus Utils.
305-797-4708.
A GREAT HOUSE!
Clean 3/2 Cudjoe Key
waterfront home MM23
Oceanside. Sleeps 6,
close to Key West and
Reef fishing. Visit
varrleur.com/doug/coates.htm
for pictures and rates.
Contractors welcome.
Military discount. Call
305-619-0088.


For 1 Person only-
Newtown studio, All in-
clusive, no pets/smokers.
Referances, $ 300 sec.
$750/ mo. 294-0672
CONCH HOUSE
Nice fully furnished 626
Olivia St. 3BR/2BA W/D,
$2,550, F/L/S, lease
305-669-4590 Mon-Fri.
after 5pm leave message
***OLD TOWN***
**REDUCED**
Large, Luxury, 2BR/2BA
house, furnished, 1
block from Duval in ex-
clusive small gated com-
munity, 50' heated pool.
New kitchen, $1,300
every 2 week for first 2
mo. 6 or 12 mo lease.
305-896-4004


AT HOME IN KEY
WEST
305-296-7975
www.athomekevwest.com

OLD TOWN
Studio in the heart
of Old Town
Shared pool
Pets considered
Available October
$1,000/ mo + elec F/L/S

2/1 cottage w/separate
studio w/half bath.
Off street parking,
historic Old Town,
within walking distance to
Duval. Pets considered.
Available September
$1750/mo. F/L/S

MID TOWN
4/2.5 w/den, furnished
Single family home
Private pool
Gated community
Pets considered
Available now
$3,000/ mo F/L/S

2/2 single family
renovated w/private pool
and off street parking.
Pets considered.
Available Mid-October.
$2,200/mo. F/L/S

NEW TOWN
Spacious 3/2 Condo
w/ shared pool, tennis


court, across street from
Smather's Beach
Available September
$2,000 / mo F/L/S

See pictures and more
properties at
www.athomekevwest.com

AT HOME IN KEY
WEST
REAL ESTATE CO.
305-296-7975
BIG PINE UNIQUE LOG
2 BR + Loft/Master; 2BA
Hardwds; Stone Fplc;
Porch; Deck&Spa. dogs
ok $1800. 305-923-1341
3/2 ON CANAL ON
ROCKLAND KEY
For information call
daytime 305-296-5606
after 6pm 305-296-8813.
3/1 NEAR BEACH
Very clean, central air,
carport, hurricane shut-
ters, W/D hookup, ceiling
fans, fenced yard, patio,
F/L/S. $1,800 per mo.
305-293-9719.
DUCK AVE
1BR/1BA PLUS LOFT
W/D, Central A/C, Yard,
Pets ok. $1500/mo. +
utilities, F/L/S. Available
10/1/09. Long Term
Lease. Well maintained
house. 294-8146
305-304-3787


2/2 Private, Waterfront
MM 27, Sunsets, Ig. yard,
downstairs office/den &
laundry/shop area,
most pets ok, reduced
$1500/mo F/L/S.
Call 321-698-4680 or
321-698-3664
OLD TOWN
Large 3/2 on Fleming St.
2 decks, W/D, OSP,
$2200/mo. + util.
Sewer & garbage incl.
305-923-4667
3/3 BIG PINE
Modern CBS, 2 screened
porches, canals on 2
sides, seawalls w/ davits
& fenced yard. Very
clean, quite, Central A/C
and enclosed garage.
$2,500/mo. F/L/S. + utili-
ties 315-415-5807.
*****AMAZING*****
OCEAN VIEWS
** REDUCED**
only $1299 every 2
weeks for first 2 months.
K.W. 2br/ 3ba, 2,000sq.ft.
large luxurious new
home overlooking the
ocean. Probably 1 of the
best addresses in Key
West. Concrete construc-
tion 3 story house, 2 car
garage all new S.S.
appl., granite counters,
private elevator
pool. 305-896-4004.


COMPASS REALTY
305-292-1480

Unfurnished

KWGC Great House
3 BR / 2.5 BA avail 10/1
$2400/mo + utils w/pool

KWGC Bungalow
2 BR / 1.5 BA avail now
$1600 per month + utils

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

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

Furnished

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

KWGC Bungalow
2BR / 1 BA avail now
$1800 per mo + utils

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


Clean & Cozy 1Br/1Ba
$950 mo. cable incl.
C/A/C, laundry room. F/S
305-296-0294, 304-4311

NEW TOWN
Extra large 4/3, w/pool.
$3000/mo.
Heart of Old Town
Efficiency, shared bath.
$900 all utils. inc.
2/1 Mid Town Condo
Remodeled. $1,500 mo.
Geiger Key
2/1.5 mobile home, brand
new flooring $1,400.
KWGC
3/2, furn/unfurn,
wrap-around porch.
$2500/mo
Big Coppitt
2/2 on canal, remodeled.
$1800/mo
Dasha Ray
Conch Realty
305-292-8505
NEW $2 M. HOUSE
***ON THE WATER ***
K.W. 4BR/4BA 2,700s.f.
Magnificent luxury new
home. Breath taking
views overlooking the
Gulf. Walking distance to
24 hour stores. 3 story
house, 4 parking spaces,
including 2 under roof,.
new S.S. appl., granite
counter tops, own private
swimming pool. $4,399
per mo. 305-896-4004.


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Friday, September 18, 2009


KEYSWIDE CLASSIFIED ARE NOW WORLDWIDE


KWGC
Gated comm. w/ 2 pools
2/1.5, W/D, D/W, A/C,
end unit, hurricane shut-
ters. $1,600/mo., + utils,
F/S only (305)923-4667
KWGC 2/1.5 Bungalow
tile firs throughout W/D,
Great Views, lagoon pool
& gym $1675/mo.
Spa Home
2BR/2..5BA single family,
tile floors, W/D, fur-
nished, Jacuzzi. $2,100.
305-766-0232
Find it in
Keyswide
Classifieds!
Call
292-7777x3
KEY WEST, MM5
CORAL HAMMOCK
3/3 2 story townhouse,
w/d, amenities, no pets,
gated community $2,200/
mo F/L/S (239)821 -7802
KEY HAVEN
3/2 large living area,
C/A/C, tile. $2200/mo
305-294-4200 ext 19.
C21 All Keys Rob Rey
HEART OF OLD TOWN
1BR/1BA Conch House
W/D, OSP. $1,395 F/L/S
+ util. Call 305-740-0441
Mon-Fri. leave message
after 5pm


3 BR HOME ON CANEL
Little Torch Key, Central
A/C, W/D hook up,
$1500 mo. Incl. water
No pets. Call 872-2714
3/2 CBS HOME 4 RENT
11th Ave. Stock Island.
Central A/C, tile floors,
new appliances. Fenced
yard. 3 car OSP.
$1,800/mo + util. F/S.
Avail. October 1st .Call
Danny 747-0061
NEARLY NEW HOME
3BR/2BA home located
on Ave. F, Big Pine Key.
Large 300 s.f. porch with
great views. W/D hook-
ups, OSP, Pre wired
home entertainment sys-
tem. Utility shed, side by
side refrigerator with in
door ice machine. Utili-
ties included. Water,
WiFi, standard cable and
lawn care. (no pets).
$1,500 per month +sec.
Call Steve 305-360-2915.


1 Block From Duval St
RV Lots For Rent
27 ft Units or Smaller
$700 moves you in.
Call 305-797-5184


3BR/3.5BA
Old Town home. Fur-
nished, heated pool,
OSP Monthly $7,500.
305-797-4708.


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.

Professional, clean, and
affordable office space at
3426 Duck Avenue with
ample parking, dual en-
trances and storage.
1,171 SF. Perfect for
medical, accounting, le-
gal, real estate or any
professional use.

Outstanding retail or of-
fice space located di-
rectly behind Sarabeth's
Restaurant, steps away
from Duval Street at 529
Southard Street. 1,653
SF at an affordable rate
and term.
Prudential Knight &
Gardner Realty.
305-294-5155

Rent it in
Keyswide Classifieds!
Call 292-7777x3

COMMERCIAL
WAREHOUSE
ON STOCK ISLAND
1000sq.ft. Metal Build-
ing. $1000/mo
850 sq ft with office
space above. $950/mo
Call Steve
305-296-5555


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


3 Office Spaces Avail.
Lots of light., furnished.
Great location in Old
Town. Easy access, OSP
Brand new.
Price ranges from
$500-$1 000/mo
all utilities included.
305-296-4275

Store it in
Keyswide Classifieds!
Call 292-7777x3


STORAGE
Industrial Warehouses
Sizes vary.
Storage Containers
On our site or yours.
Call (305)294-0277


2007 HOMES OF MERIT
2BR/1BA, sold to settle
Estate. Lot 63, Stadium
Trailer Park. Reduced
price of $29,900 call
386-679-1250 or
305-849-2088


! SHORT SALES STINK!
$310,000 on Canal!!!
Brand New
3BR / 2 BA
$15,000 moves you in
Big Coppitt Key
Unbelievable Financing
This is NOT a short sale.
If you really want to buy
a home
Call Joe Cleghorn
305-304-6627
Only 1 Available
Residential For Sale
Search all residential
property available in the
Keys and Key West at
www.KevsRealEstate.com
and make offers directly
to our Sellers On-line!
Prudential Knight &
Gardner Realty.
305-294-5155.



BRAND NEW
3BR 2BA HOME
$229,000.00
Big Pine Key, Florida

$12,400.00
MOVESYOU IN
Includes 3.5% down
And closing costs.

Monthly payment as
Low as $1,650.50
Includes taxes, insurance
and mortgage insurance.

Call Joe Cleghorn
305-304-6627


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


NOW ACCEPTING
NEW LISTINGS!!

If you are serious about
SELLING or BUYING a
Business or Commercial
Property, contact us for
confidential appointment.
*Curtis is the #1
Commercial Agent
Keyswide. Over 17 years
Experience. Exclusive
Representation
offered with National
and Local Advertising.


NEW Classified Real Estate Section


* Ads run as a group in TheCitizen's Sunday editionClassifieds Section BlacWhiteonly Call Jon Wean


SOnly $90ad or, ifyourun4ormoreadsat atime,$80/ad Onehomeperad 305-292-7777 x218

jwean @keysnews.com
, Choose from one of three headings: Short Sale, Distressed Property, or Bank Owned .


Coldwell Banker Schmitt
is #1 Real Estate
Company Keywide.
5 Offices and the Keys
Largest and Oldest.

Over $20 Million SOLD
YTD 2009 include:
*4-6 Charles St.
$1.1 Million
*903 Duval St.
$1.3 Million
*200 Simonton St.
$4.5 Million
*1075 Duval St.
$150,000
*118 Duval St.
$168,000
*Five Monroe County
5-COP Liquor Licenses
from
$385,000 to $440,000
*800 Southard St,
Historic Harris School
$4.5 Million. Proud to an-
nounce the successful
sale and recognized as
the Exclusive Company
& Agent professionally
brokering this transaction

Curtis Skomp, CCIM
Coldwell Banker
Commercial
292.7441- office
e-mail:
Cskomp@aol.com
www.KevWestCommercial.com


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to sell?


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KEYSWIDE CLASSIFIED ARE NOW WORLDWIDE


Southernmost Flyer 15


LEASE/PURCHASE
15,000 sq. ft. warehouse.
Would consider joint
venture. $2,499,000
Call Ken @ 393-9263

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


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.

1998 GMC 350, One ton
utility, very clean, runs
perfect, $4,999 OBO
Must see! 305-684-0886


Dock it in Keyswide Classifieds! Call 292-7777x3


2000 VOLVO S70 SE
Low mileage, new A/C
compressor, Alloy rims,
leather interior, great tint.
$4,300. 305-890-6478.
2005 DODGE NEON
24,107 miles, cold ac, 2
new tires, runs great
$6,500 OBO 296-0146.


2004 Vitality scooters
runs great, $685 ea.
305-304-1906
'07 2 SEATER scooter.
Runs good, new battery
and tires. $586 OBO.
Richard 305-923-7174.


2002 HD FATBOY
6800 miles, wide tire kit,
stage 1 kit, custom paint
& more. Steal at $10,000
(305)849-0483

Yamaha 225, 4 Stroke,
lower unit. $1,600
(305)872-3739

24' 9.5' BEAM
Center console Openfish-
erman, VHF, GPS, radar,
t-top, outriggers, fish dive
or commercial. 653 die-
sel, all rebuilt. $14,500
OBO. MM25.
305-304-4844.


42 FT. HOUSEBOAT
4 year old factory built,
queen BR, kitchen, din-
ing, bath, 2nd floor loft,
front & rear deck, fur-
nished, gated marina
$65,000 (207)576-1553



Boat Slip for Liveboard
or Vessel Storage
$750 per month rental.
6631 Maloney Avenue,
Stock Island. Call
305-294-5505 ext.23
kkstllc@ bellsouth.net


GOT A HUGE BOAT?
Significantly reduced
prices on 80', 60', 50', 40'
deep water slips at
Oceanside Marina. Andy
Birrell 305/923-5753
Prudential Knight &
Gardner Realty

FOR SALE OR RENT
Boat slip w/10,000 Ibs
lift. Setup for 25/30' cen-
ter console includes 1
week timeshare at Coco-
nut Mallory. $95,000. or
$450 mo. 305-797-4202.


King's Pointe Marina
Dry slip top rack
enclosed. Avail now.
33'Lxl 0'Wxl 4'H $450mo
Call John 305-360-1790
FOR RENT BOAT SLIP
King's Pointe/Oceanside
Marina. #649, 50 ft. Live-
aboard ok. $1000/mo.
plus util. Call John
305-360-1790.
SUNSET MARINA
35' wet slip for sale
(owner finan. avail.) Non
liveaboard or rent. Call
for details 305-664-1040
or 587-3566 cell.


Go To Guide


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All Autos All Years
WE BUY
Junk or Used Cars,
Vans & Trucks
Running or Not 2
305-332-0483


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30 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Lic. #29240-92996
Repairs From
The Basement to The Roof!
Call Stephan 797-5486

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Instaffing Trim, Doors,
Stairs, F Coors Ca6inets,
Windows Paint & More
~ Since 1987 'sP2147
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G. W. Landscaping
SLowest Rates Professional, Reli-
ableService Key West to Sugar-
loaf Mowing Weed Eat Plant
8 Tree Trim ming Weed Control
Hauling* Hurricane Cleanup
eResidential 8 Commercial






MARK'S
MARINE DIESEL
Located inside Oceanside Marina

Authorized Diesel Sales & Service, Installation
305-292-2300





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


Commercial Printing
on Quality Newsprint

TabloidsI
SBooklets
'Newlette
Info Gui
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SInstructilni GNides
F' Full Publicationns
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Cooke Communications
rerickson@keysnews.com o
305-292-7777 Ext. 203





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Consulting, LLC
Li. 0900023842
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DAN ACE
ROOFING, INC.
30 years experience
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL
Licensed (RC0034111) & Insured
294-2380
I Daniel Acevedo, Owner


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






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CD
1-1

SBoating course

SKEY WEST SAIL & POWER
SQUADRON
.E
c he Key West Sail & Power
S Squadron is offering a
U Squadron Boating Course
Sat 5205 College Road, Stock
o Island. This is a seven-session
o
4 course covering boat handling,
Elementary seamanship, aids to
navigation, charting, weather,
marine radios and Florida boat-
ing regulations and more.
U)
Advertise
your business in the
Health File,
October '09


Contact Susan Kochan
305-292-7777 x204
skochan@keysnews.corn


Course dates are Oct. 1, 6,
8, 13, 15, 20 and 22 from 7
- 9:30 p.m. The fee is $55,
which covers the cost of mate-
rials. A reduced fee is available
for family members willing to
share materials. Register online
at www.usps.org/localusps/
keywest or in person on Oct. 1
at 6 p.m. For information, call
Joe at 304-9744.
The U. S. Sail & Power
Squadron is a non-profit
boating safety organiza-
tion that offers a variety of
courses.


SThis publication includes both local
and national health and wellness
information.
*Will publish 34,000 copies on
Wednesday, October 7.
* Inserted in The Citizen, Marathon &
Big Pine Free Press, Islamorada Free
Press and Key Largo Free Press.
* It will also appear on keysnews.com
for 3 months with links to advertiser
websites.
* Deadline is Tuesday, Sept. 29 at 3 p.m.
f 1P-7


7:30 a.m. SATURDAY SEPT. 26, 2009
BOCA CHICA MARINA


Age groups winners
for male and female
12 and under
13-19
20 29
30 39
40-49
50 59
60 and over


1st Place Team Overall
S1st place Male &
Female Overall



600 YARD SWIM
10 MILE BIKE
5K RUN (3.1 miles)


Registration is required for this event!
Individual/Team registration forms are at
the Boca Chica Gym and the ITT Bldg. on Sigsbee.


Pre-register at Boca Chica Gym or ITT Office
Active duty FREE, Dependents, DoD, & Retirees only $10,
$20 day of race registration, $25 per 3 person team


REFRESHMENTS WILL BE PROVIDED
and MEDALS AWARDED


Call or e-mail for more information
293-2480/bocachicagym@gmail.com


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NAS KEY WEST

NEW LEASE MOVE IN SPECIALS
ACTIVE DUTY & NON-AFFILIATED CIVILIANS


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