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Naval Air Station, Key West (Fla.)
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Publication Date: November 13, 2009
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2009

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Air station's new ombudsman a veteran Navy wife


NEW ORLEANS, La.
(Nov. 3, 2009) EODC
Colby Ferguson and
EODC Mike Manthey
play with stingrays
at the New Orleans
Aquarium during a
New Orleans Navy
Week event. New
Orleans Navy Week
is one of 21 Navy
Weeks planned
across America in
2009. Navy Weeks
are designed to show
Americans the invest-
ment they have made
in their Navy and
increase awareness
in cities that do not
have a significant
Navy presence.
U.S. Navy photo by MC1
Katrina Sartain



inside:

SWEET: We all scream
for ice cream. BBC
scoops! ............ 3

WE'RE SHOPPING: NEX
is there for you this
holiday season. ...... 7


TOP OF PAGE ONE: An
F/A-18F Super Hornet
assigned to the Black
Aces of Strike Fighter
Squadron (VFA) 41 flies
over Afghanistan.


BY TRICE DENNY
Southernmost Flyer

aval Air Station Key
West's new ombuds-
man, Michelle Hagge,
is no stranger to the stresses
of military family life. She
and her husband, ETC (SW)
Duane Hagge of NAS Key
West's Ground Electronics
Maintenance Division, have
been together since before he
joined the Navy 13 years ago.
"I would like to think that
having my knowledge from
being there through boot
camp to my husband becom-
ing a chief will help if some-
one has a question. I've been
there, done that, got the T-
shirt," Michelle said, laughing.
"The questions aren't new, and


I can help with the answers."
Navy ombudsmen are com-
munications links, informa-
tion and referral resources,
and advocates for command
family members. They are
volunteers appointed by the
commanding officer, and as
an official command repre-
sentative, the ombudsman is
a point of contact for all fam-
ily members connected to the
command including spous-
es, parents and extended fam-
ily members.
NAS Key West Commanding
Officer Capt. Steven Holmes
stressed the importance of
command ombudsmen when
he and command staff met
with Michelle Tuesday.

see OMBUDSMAN page 3


STUDENTS SALUTE VETERANS


Naval Air Station Key West Executive Officer Cmdr. Michael
Giardino, right, and militaryleaders from the Coast Guard
and Joint Interagency Task Force South render honors as
the national anthem is played at the Sigsbee Elementary Veterans
Day ceremony on NAS Key West's Sigsbee Park. During the cer-
emony, military children shared what sacrifices they make with a
parent in the military, read essays about how important veterans
are to them and the Sigsbee chorus sang patriotic songs.


--r .5


U.S. Navy photo by Trice Denny
Naval Air Station Key West's new Ombudsman, Michelle Hagge, cen-
ter, met with NAS Key West command leadership Tuesday to become
familiar with the command. She now acts as a liaison to military
spouses stationed here. The group met for lunch at Truman Annex's
Beachside Grill, inside the Beach Patio Recreation Center. With
Hagge, from left, are NAS Key West Commanding Officer Capt. Steven
Holmes, Command Master Chief CMDCM (SW/AW) Dan Messenger
and Executive Officer Michael Giardino.


Army wife chosen for weight

loss challenge in Key West


BY MC3 MICHAEL MCNABB
Southernmost Flyer

L eigh Smith, a 34-year-old
Army wife, was chosen
)ct. 11 over more than
80 other applicants to partici-
pate in the "30 Days to Help
Yourself" weight loss challenge
in Key West.
The goal of the 30-day chal-
lenge is to take one person and
prove that a change in lifestyle
will bring weight loss, increased
energy, improved health and an
overall sense of wellbeing. The
entire 30-day program is being
documented and filmed to help
and inspire other people into
similar lifestyle changes.
Whole Food Chef and


Founder/Owner of Help
Yourself organic restaurant
Charlie Wilson came up with
the idea for the challenge.
"I wanted to create this chal-
lenge to promote a healthy life-
style," said Wilson. "I wanted to
prove that healthy food doesn't
have to taste bad and if you eat
the right foods and work out
you can truly change your life."
During the program Smith is
being guided along by a local
group of experts. Wilson, along
with registered and licensed
dietitian, integrative nutri-
tion therapist and cookbook
author Donna Shields and ISSA
Certified Trainer and owner of

see WEIGHT LOSS page 5









4This Week in

SNaval History

Nov. 13

1942 Loss of USS Juneau
(CL-52) during Battle of
o Guadalcanal results in loss of
2 five Sullivan brothers.
C4

SNov. 14

S1910 Civilian Eugene Ely
z pilots the first aircraft to take off
from a ship, USS Birmingham
(CL-2) at Hampton Roads, Va.
He lands safely on Willoughby
Spit, Norfolk, Va.

Nov. 15

1960 First fleet ballistic mis-
sile submarine, USS George
Washington (SSBN-598),leaves
Charleston, S.C., on initial fleet
ballistic missile patrol.

Nov. 16

1776- First salute to anAmerican
flag (Grand Union flag) flying
from Continental Navy ship
Andrew Doria, by Dutch fort at
St. Eustatius, West Indies.

Nov. 17

1917 USS Fanning (DD-37) and
USS Nicholson (DD-52) sink the
first enemy submarine, U-58,
off Milford Haven, Wales.

Nov. 18

1922 Cmdr. Kenneth Whiting
in a PT seaplane, makes first
catapult launching from air-
craft carrier, USS Langley, at
anchor in the York River.

Nov. 19

1969 Navy astronauts Cmdr.
Charles Conrad Jr. and Cmdr.
Alan L. Bean are the third
and fourth men to walk on
the moon. During the mis-
sion, which lasted 19 days, the
astronauts recovered 243 lbs.
of lunar material.


Waiting for

the best


here is a restaurant
called Blue Heaven in
downtown Key West. It
is known for its dining atmo-
sphere and came highly rec-
ommended to us for its break-
fast. So I took my wife, brother
and sister-in-law down to
enjoy a breakfast banquet
outdoors among the trees,
roosters and cats. The food
was great, as was the com-
pany and atmosphere.
Great food and fellowship
come in social gatherings no
matter the location or cuisine.
Recently I attended a potluck
with RVers at Sigsbee. Every
one brought a different dish
and I could not help but sam-
ple them all.
These times of fellowship
bring us together and out
of our isolation. We become
community. This time of year
reminds me of the special-
ness of Thanksgiving; gath-
ering together to share with
one another. It reminds me
of church potlucks I attended


growing up and an illustration
about waiting for the best.
The story goes like this:
There was a woman with a
terminal illness and only three
months to live. She contact-
ed her pastor as she got her
affairs in order and told him
which songs she wanted sung
at the service, what scriptures
she would like read, and what
outfit she wanted to be buried
in. The woman also requested
to be buried with her favorite
Bible.
Everything was in order and
the pastor was preparing to


CHAPLAIN'S
CORNER






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


leave when the
woman sud-
denly remem-
bered some-
thing very
important to
her.
"There's one
more thing,"
she said excit-
edly. "What's
that?" the pas-
tor replied.


"This is very important," the
woman continued. "I want to
be buried with a fork in my
right hand." The pastor stood
looking at the woman, not
knowing quite what to say.


"That surprises you, doesn't
it?" the woman asked. "Well,
to be honest, I'm puzzled by
the request," said the pastor.
The woman explained, "In all
my years of attending church
socials and potluck dinners, I
always remember that when
the dishes of the main course
were being cleared, someone
would inevitably lean over and
say, 'Keep your fork.' It was my
favorite partbecause Iknewthat
something better was coming...
like velvety chocolate cake or
deep-dish apple pie. Something
wonderful, and with substance!
So, I just want people to see me
there in that casket with a fork
in my hand and I want them to
wonder 'What's with the fork?'
Then I want you to tell them:
'Keep your fork the best is yet
to come.'"
Psalms 23:5 says, "He pre-
pares a table for me..." The
Good Shepherd has something
more for us in this life and the
life to come even when we
are walking through dark and
lonely times.
You are invited to a com-
munity of worship Sunday at
10 a.m. at the Truman Annex
Chapel where we continue
looking at the 23rd Psalm.


This Just In...


H1N1 vaccinations for children

he Monroe County Health Department is offering free H1N1 vaccinations/mist Saturday
from 9 a.m. 3 p.m. at the Gato Building at 1100 Simonton Street for all children over
six months old, not in public school or for those who did not get receive the vaccine in
their public school. Caregivers of children under six months may also receive the vaccine. If
you have an insurance card, please bring it with you. For more information, please call 293-
1445 or 809-5653.


This week

at the FFSC

Resume Writing
Tuesday, 9 a.m. 1 p.m.
The properly constructed
resume may make the dif-
ference for you in today's
highly competitive job mar-
ket. Topics to include: the
basics of resume writing, key
words and formatting, and


ideas on how to maximize
interest from local Key West
businesses.

Ombudsman Assembly
Tuesday, 6- 7p.m.
A local assembly meeting
provides an excellent forum
for sharing community mat-
ters affecting the well being
of the area command family
members. It also allows for an
opportunity to share success-
ful practices.


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 enrollment does not
meet minimum requirement.
The hours of operation 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.









BBC hosts

ice cream for

Superbees

BY MC2 RACHEL MCMARR
Southernmost Flyer

B alfour Beatty
Communities (BBC)
hosted an ice cream
social Nov. 6 for Sigsbee
Elementary School students
in the school cafeteria on
Naval Air Station Key West's
Sigsbee Park.
The treat was a way for BBC
to reward the students after
they completed a heart-felt
task. The students each wrote
letters, drew pictures or made
a card for a service member
overseas in honor of National
Make a Difference Day.
"We were thrilled that the
kids took part of this," said
BBC Assistant Manager Blaine
Cleckley about the letters. "We
wanted to give something back
to them as well."
BBC Resident Specialist
Jennifer Shellito gave the idea
to the school, and she said the
school took it to heart.
"There was a huge response,"


Prior Duty Station: USS
Carl Vinson (CVN-70)
Hometown: Corpus Christi,
Texas
Hobbies: Spend time with
family and have fun.
Future Plans: Make E-6.
Most Interesting
Experience: Launching
planes.
Words of Wisdom: Never
give up.


said Shellito. "It was great."
More than 150 students cre-
ated something to send to a
service member overseas.
"Most of them come from
military families, so the
thought of missing someone
in the armed services is very
familiar to them," said Elli
Riley, a second grade teacher.
Riley said the tricky part
about getting the children to
write letters was the heading,
as many of the children want-
ed to make it personal.
"If they're from a Navy fam-
ily they want it to go to Navy,
Coast Guard to Coast Guard,
and so on," Riley said, laugh-
ing. "We ended up deciding on
'Dear Friend.'"
At the social some of the
children showed off their cre-
ations and got their own bowl
full of ice cream, sprinkles and
chocolate.
Zahira, one student who
wrote a letter, said she wrote
it because of how she admires
service members.
"I wrote it to a Soldier
because they save people and
I like what they do," she said.
BBC has also teamed with
Fleet and Family Support
Center Individual Augmentee
Coordinator Erika Dennison,


ABE2 (AW/SW)
Antonia Chavarria


Ombudsman
continued from page 1


"What's most important is
that she is there for the fami-
lies and serves as a two-way
conduit between the families
and the base for any matter
they want to discuss," Holmes
said. "She brings a wealth of
experience and is eager to
continue the outstanding
program that Amanda Smith
has handed to her."
Hagge's husband said he
thinks that Michelle is a per-
fect fit for the job.
"Michelle's experience as a
Navy wife and mother will help
her to serve as ombudsman
because she's faced the prob-
lems life throws at you, such
as raising three kids with her
husband on deployment, or
handling the family bills and
finances by herself," he said.
It isn't easy and she's learned
to use Navy programs and
resources to help her along the
way. There are an enormous
amount of programs available
through the Navy to help fami-
lies. She's had the training and
experience to know what is
available and where to turn


U.S. Navy photo by MC2 Rachel McMarr


for help."
Hagge and her husband
have been stationed in Great
Lakes, Ill., Virginia Beach, Va.,
and arrived in Key West in July.
During their time in Virginia,
their family made it through
four deployments and a shore
duty tour, but Michelle said
that shore duty can have its
own unique stresses on mili-
tary family life.
"When your husband or wife
is on a ship, it's a cycle," she
said. "The ship comes in and
goes out. On shore duty, spous-
es are home much more, so I
get questions like, 'Gosh, when
is he going to deploy again?'"
Much like when a spouse
retires and is home a lot, it
can disrupt a family routine,
she said.
"Of course, there are other
stressors on shore, like duty
days or watches," she added.
"Being in the Navy is a hello,
goodbye and a hug. If you don't
have that type of relationship,
it will be hard to handle."
Hagge and her family are
in the process of moving to
Sigsbee Park and two of their
three children attend Sigsbee
Elementary School. She said
that she looks forward to the


Balfour Beatty Communities
(BBC) Regional Director Paula
Cooke dishes out chocolate
syrup to Sigsbee Elementary
School students Nov. 6 during
an ice cream social in the caf-
eteria of the school on Naval Air
Station Key West's Sigsbee Park.
BBC hosted the social for the
students as a treat for creating
more than 150 letters, cards and
pictures for service members
stationed overseas in honor of
National Make a Difference Day.


who helped mail the letters.
"Key West is a special place,"
said Shellito. "When Key West
comes together, great things
happen."
National Make a Difference
Day is an event to encourage
helping others and to celebrate
neighbors helping neighbors.
The annual event takes place
on the fourth Saturday of every
October.


community atmosphere at
the housing area and she has
very specific ideas about what
military families can do during
their tours.
"I think military fami-
lies aren't transient, they are
locals," she stated. "They live
here, use the same resources
as locals and participate in the
community."
Hagge said that that during
her turnover with Smith, she
read many e-mails of fami-
lies coming here asking about
volunteering or community
service. Michelle said would
use that information to help
foster the sense of being a
local by helping military fami-
lies become not just part of
the military community down
here, but part of the commu-
nity outside the gate as well.
Hagge, whose motto is "It is
what it is," said she looks for-
ward to being an ombudsman
and wants to be able to help
anyone who needs it.
"I like to be involved," she
said. "You'll see me around
and if you do, ask me a ques-
tion. It doesn't matter if I'm
with my family or not. And if
I don't know the answer, I will
find it for you."










Upcoming Events

SSaturday
* Care Package Workshop for
Deployed spouses, noon 2
p.m, at the BBC Office
Tuesday
, Toddler playtime at Gilmore
o Circle, 10 a.m.
,- Wednesday
S* November Birthday Party-
.0 BBC Office at 3 p.m.
E
For more information on
z upcoming events, please
visit the BBC Web site www.
BalfourBeattyCommunities.
com.

Care Package
Workshop for deployed
spouses
On Saturday Balfour Beatty
wants to let deployed spouses
know how thankful we are
for their service. Come by the
BBC Office between noon and
2 p.m. and help put together
a care package for your loved
one. BBC will provide a few of
the commonly asked for items
and you can put what you


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


would like in the boxes. Then
we will ship them out and pay
for the postage. The box size:
12" x 12" x 5 1/2" For more
details call 292-5590.

Three great reasons to
live at BBC
1. Save $200 per month
2. Select a renovated unit
3. No electric, water, trash or
exterminator bills.
Some restrictions may apply.
Stop by the BBC Management
Office or call 292-5590 for
more information.

BBC serves heroes on
the home front
BBC is introducing a new
service for families while
their sponsor is deployed.
BBC wants to show that you
live where you are not alone
and we and your neighbors
understand deployment. At
Balfour Beatty Communities
we are proud to provide spe-
cial services to the families of
deployed residents. We want


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


you will not be transferred.
Receive low cost TRICARE health
insurance. Maintain retirement
benefits. In most cases you can
retain your rank and do not need
to repeat basic training. Specific
jobs come with signing bonuses.


to help you! It is just a small
way to show our gratitude for
the sacrifices families make,
not only for us, but for our
future generations as well.
For more information, call the
BBC office at 292-5590.

Turkey safety

Thawing safely in the
refrigerator

Thaw the turkey in its original
wrap on a tray placed in the
bottom section of the refrig-
erator. Allow about 24 hours
of defrost time for every 5
pounds of turkey. Example: a
20 pound turkey will take 4 to


5 days to thaw. Do not thaw
on the counter. Thawing at
room temperature increases
the risk of bacteria growth. At
room temperature, bacteria
on the turkey can grow rapid-
ly when the outside portion of
the bird begins to thaw. These
bacteria can multiply to dan-
gerously high levels produc-
ing toxins that cooking may
not destroy.

Thawing in cold water
Thawing in cold water is safe
too. Submerge the bird in its
wrapper in a deep sink of cold
water and change the water
every 30 minutes to keep it
cold. Allow 30 minutes per


pound to defrost a turkey in
cold water. Do not use warm
or hot water.

Microwave thawing
Microwave thawing is another
option. Make sure your micro-
wave oven is large enough to
hold the turkey especially if
the oven has a rotating tray.
Check manufacturer's instruc-
tions for the size turkey that
will fit into your oven. Caution:
Microwave defrosting is
irregular, creating hot spots,
which may encourage bacte-
rial growth. Cook the turkey
immediately after defrosting.
Do not store in the refrigerator
for cooking later.


PROVIDING A SAFE BOUNCE TO KEY WEST KIDS


Naval Air Station Key West Deputy Supply Officer Diane Moll and Supply Officer Lt.
Cmdr. Carlos Gomez take a moment to pose for the camera during the Children's Day
festival at Bayview Park in Key West Nov. 1. The supply crew were on hand to be safety
volunteers at the Learning Center's bouncing booth.


Balfour Beatty Communities News


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Weight loss
continued from page 1


Stay Fit Studio Amy Spielburg
are currently working with
Smith to change her lifestyle
for the better by teaching her
proper eating habits and work-
out routines.
Smith, a mother of two, is five
feet 9 inches tall and weighed
240 pounds. She drank soda all
day long and snacked on chips
pretzels and ice cream, rarely
eating fruits or vegetables.
"The reason we selected
Leigh is because she was moti-
vated to change but she didn't
know how to go about doing
that," said Wilson. "Many of
the others knew what they
needed to do but just lacked
the motivation."
On Nov. 2 Smith cleaned out
all of the junk food that littered
her cabinets. The next day she
was joined by Shields at the


U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Michael McNabb
Leigh Smith participates in a Pilates class at Stay Fit Studio while being filmed byVanessa Brock,
Founder of Brock Media International. Smith is working hand in hand with a group of health experts, dur-
ing the '30 Days to Help Yourself weight loss challenge.


commissary on Sigsbee Park
to restock them. She filled her
cart with fresh fruits and veg-
etables many of which Smith
had never even tried.


With all of the pressure to
lose weight Smith has decided
not to set any goals for weight-
loss during the challenge.
"I don't want to set a goal and


risk disappointing myself," she
said. "I just want to do as good
as I can and worry about the
results later, but I guarantee
that I am going to lose weight


and hopefully a lot of it."
According to Smith, her hus- c
band, Sgt. 1st Class Matt Smith
has been trying to help her with 3
the transition into a healthier F
lifestyle.
"My husband has been so
supportive of me," she said. "He
has been eating all the healthy Z
foods I have to." z
When the challenge is over
Nov. 30, she plans on taking full
advantage of the free military
gyms located on Sigsbee Park
and Boca Chica Field.
"It's a great benefit," said W
Smith. "I live so close to the gym
on Sigsbee that I could just hop
on a bike and go any time."
Until then she says she is
going to take the challenge one
day at a time and hopefully
when it is all over she will have
changed her life forever.
To follow Smith's progress, go
to www.30daystohelpyourself.
com and www.facebook.com/
30daystohelpyourself.


LIFE
INSURANCE









U--
Runway Grill Lunch
Buffet menu
The lunch buffet at Runway
Grill on Boca Chica runs from
11 a.m. -1 p.m.
Monday Pigs-n-Blanket
o Tuesday Sausage and pep-
per sandwich
*,- Wednesday- BBQ chicken
"* Thursday Meat loaf
.* Friday Tuna noodle cas-
serole
z 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 more informa-
tion.
Starbucks coffee is now
available at the Runway Grill,
including Starbucks specialty
coffees.

Shopping trip to
Dolphin Mall
ITT is sponsoring a shopping
trip to Dolphin Mall Nov. 21.
The ride is $10. Limited space;
seating is not available for


MWR Update


small children. Call 293-4172 Liberty Program
for more information.


Tree Lighting and
Winter Fest
The annual NAS Key West Tree
Lighting is scheduled for Dec.
3 in front of the Youth Center
on Sigsbee Park. The event will
begin at 5:15 p.m. with carol-
ing; the tree lighting is set for
5:30, after the arrival of a spe-
cial guest.
Winners of the 2nd Annual
Holiday Card contest will be
announced and families will
celebrate Winter Fest, hosted
by MWR and the Youth Center
staff. Youngsters will have an
opportunity to make crafts,
play games and meet Santa.
Grown-ups will be eligible for
door prizes. Cookies and juice
will be provided for all!
The event is free and open
to all MWR-eligible patrons,
including DoD civilian
employees and their depen-
dents. For more information,
call 293-4172 or 293-2503.


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* Monday Night Football
at Beach Patio Recreation
Center on Truman Annex -
Every Monday, come watch
NFL football on the projec-
tion screen and relax in the
large recliners while cheer-
ing on your team! Festivities
will begin around 7 p.m. -
food will be provided!
* Pizza Social at the Barracks
in Bldg. 1351 in the com-
mon area Select Thursday
nights, come and see your
Liberty Coordinator for a
free dinner! Grab a slice of
pizza and sit back and relax
from 5 7 p.m.
* Saturday Volleyball/
Cookout Beach Patio
Recreation Center on
Truman Annex Come out
and play volleyball and
enjoy food from the grill! It
is always a good time. We
hope to see you there! From
3 p.m. until we can't see the
volleyball.
* Wednesday Kayaking -
Try something new. Liberty
is taking a two-hour guid-
ed kayak tour through the
mangroves and into the
open water with Lazy Dogs
Charters. Kayaking is a relax-
ing way to get out on the
water and get a little exercise.
Cost is only $10 per person!
* Nov.21 Get a jump on your
holiday shopping Road trip
to the Dolphin Mall for only


$10 a person to cover the
cost of gas. Sign up soon,
limited space is available.
This is an all-hands event.
* Nov. 21 Paintball The
weather is cooling off so
we are heading back out to
the course! Liberty will be
playing paintball on the city
course off Government Road
starting at 1 p.m. Cost: $15
which includes all the gear
and 500 rounds. You must
sign up to play: call 293-2682
to reserve a spot space is
limited due to equipment.
You must sign up to participate
in any MWR Liberty Events.
Call 293-2682 or e-mail emma.
harlow@navy.mil for more
information or to sign up.


Fall Fitness

Monday
* 8:30 a.m. Stroller Moms
(Gilmore Circle, Sigsbee)
* 10 a.m. Fit and Fabulous
(Community Center,
Sigsbee)
* 4:30 p.m. Yoga Fit*
* 5:30 p.m. Pump (Boca
Chica Gym)
* 6 p.m. -Yoga 101*
Tuesday
* 11 a.m. Butts and Guts
(Boca Chica Gym)
* 4:30 p.m. Step (Boca Chica
Gym)
* 5:15 p.m. Walking Club
(Smathers Beach)
* 6:30 p.m. Zumba (Boca


Chica Gym)
Wednesday
* 8:30 a.m. Stroller Moms
(Gilmore Circle, Sigsbee)
* 10 a.m. Fit and Fabulous
(Community Center,
Sigsbee)
* 11 a.m. Kickboxing (Boca
Chica Gym)
* 4:30 p.m. Yoga Fit*
* 6 p.m. -Yoga 101*
Thursday
* 11 a.m. Butts and Guts
(Boca Chica Gym)
* 4:30 p.m. Step (Boca Chica
Gym)
* 5:15 p.m. Walking Club
(Smathers Beach)
Friday
* 8:30 a.m. Stroller Moms
(Gilmore Circle, Sigsbee)
* 10 a.m. Fit and Fabulous
(Community Center,
Sigsbee)
* 11 a.m. Step/Pump (Boca
Chica Gym)
Saturday
* 10 a.m. Super Pump (Boca
Chica Gym)
* 10 a.m. Zumba (Youth
Center on Sigsbee)
*Boca Chica Studio: call Boca Chica Gym
for new location


Fitness Runs & Events

* Turkey Trot 10K Run, 5K
Run/Walk & 1 Mile Fun Run
Nov. 21 at 9 a.m. at the
Sunset Lounge on Sigsbee
Park.

see MWR UPDATE page 7


What's new with MWR Fitness?

'Losing for the holidays' program


BY JILL LYNCH
NAS Key West Fitness Director

W e just lost 765
pounds from Naval
Air Station Key West
and we don't want anyone to
find it! Congratulations to the
latest participants of the base's
Biggest Loser competition.
To keep those pounds lost,
never to be found, Navy Fitness
is presenting "Losing for the


Holidays," which is not always
easy. This short, seven-week
program is open to all eligible
patrons, active duty, dependents,
retirees and DoD civilians.
You will receive tasty, healthy
holiday recipes, be held
accountable by weekly weigh-
ins, attend exercise classes or
workout routines geared for
every fitness level and get free
entry into our Turkey Trot and
Jingle Jog 5K Run/Walk.


There will also be a special
"Holiday Menu Planning"
seminar Dec. 6 for everyone.
Everyone can register any time
Tuesday at the Boca Chica
Gym. There is small fee of $10
to cover program costs. This
is a great lead-in program for
our next program, 2010 Blow
off the Pounds, coming in
January!
For more information, call
293-2480.










NEX helps budget-conscious customers this holi


BY KRISTINE M. STURKIE
NEXCOM PAO

This holiday season,

customers can expect
to find the best brands
at the best buys at their local
NEX.
"Heading into our second
holiday season with uncer-
tainty over the economy, our
NEXs continue to be sensitive
to our customers' needs for
the best value when making
purchases," said Tess Paquette,
Senior Vice President, Chief
Merchandising Officer, Navy
Exchange Service Command
(NEXCOM). "Our most recent
annual pricing survey proves
that we save customers an
average of 23 percent over
other retailers on top of no
sales tax. These are significant
savings customers can expect
to see when they shop at the
NEX through the holidays."
NEXs offer a wide variety
of items in all price ranges
including prestige brands,
national mass brands and pri-
vate brands.
"There are alot of stores that
offer best brands and many



MWR Update
continued from page 6

November Incentive
Programs
* 100 Mile Club 800 laps
around the track = 100
miles.
* Free Throw Contest You
must shoot a total of 100
free throws by the end of the
month. Maximum of 20 free
throws a day. Most percent
of shots made wins a prize.

Sports

* Gobble Golf Scramble Nov.
20 at 11 a.m. at the Key West
Golf Course.
* Pick-up basketball daily at
5:30 p.m., except Tuesdays.
* Intramural SoftballPlayoffs
Nov. 19 and 20.


that offer best buys, but only
the NEX offers both," said
Paquette. "We are extremely
aware of our customer-base ...
from retirees with two incomes
to enlisted personnel living
on one income. We want our
customers to know that the
NEX carries merchandise in
all prices ranges. So, no matter
what their economic circum-
stance, we have something to
fit their budget."
Additionally, NEX's have a
price matching guarantee pol-
icy that ensures the best value
on merchandise. The NEX will
match the price of any identi-
cal in-stock item sold locally
- same brand, manufacturer,
size and model number.
The price match policy
gives the NEX the flexibility to
accept verbal price challenges
based on a customer's word
that a local competitor's price
is lower. Price differences up
to $5 will be honored on the
spot at any NEX cash register.
A price difference over $5 will
require model and price veri-
fication by a store supervisor.
Customers are asked to have
a copy of the current, local


Gym Hours

* Thanksgiving: Nov. 26, 8
a.m. noon. Nov. 27, 9 a.m.
5 p.m.
* Normal hours: 5:30 a.m. -
9:30 p.m. weekdays and 9
a.m. 5 p.m. weekends.

* 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 or e-mail
bocachicagym@gmail.com.


competitor's ad for the identi-
cal item being priced. Bring a
competitor's sales flyer to the
NEX showing the price differ-
ence on a specific item and the
NEX will match the price on
the spot. However, depending
on the dollar amount, approv-
al by a supervisor or the store
manager may be required.
Overseas, NEXs also accept
price challenges on items sold
at local retailers. NEXs over-
seas will also match prices
from catalog and Internet sites
from JC Penney, Wal-Mart and
Sears. Freight charges, if appli-
cable, will be added to com-
petitor's retail price.
The NEX also offers a 14-day
Price Guarantee on any item
originally purchased from
the NEX. If the identical item
is offered at a lower price by
the NEX or a local competitor
within 14 days of purchase, the
customer is entitled to a refund
on the difference. Customers
are required to bring a copy of
the advertisement and receipt
to the NEX customer service
counter.
For customers who choose
to purchase holiday gifts with a
credit card, the Military Star
Card, the military exchang-
es in-house credit card is a
great option for added sav-
ings. Among the card's many
benefits are a lower interest
rate than many other retail
credit cards, 10 percent off


the first day's purchases (up
to the customer's credit limit)
for new card holders, 24-hour
Customer Service including
online access, zero-percent
interest promotions and no
annual fee.
In addition, the Military
Star card has a reduced
interest rate program for qual-
ifying Navy and Marine Corps
personnel. Monthly payments
are waived and interest rates
are reduced for account hold-
ers through the duration of an
assignment over 90-days to a
contingency area.
"We want our custom-
ers to make wise purchas-
ing decisions based on their
own financial situation," said
Paquette. "Using credit for
purchases isn't for everyone,
but for those who choose to
use credit, we encourage look-
ing into the favorable inter-
est rate and benefits of the
Military Star Card."
For customers who prefer
not to use credit, the NEX
offers a layaway program. A
minimum deposit of 10 per-
cent of the purchase price
plus a $5 non-refundable lay-
away fee is all that is required.
Once all payments are made,
customers can bring the mer-
chandise home. Depending
on the category of merchan-
dise purchased, payments
can be spread over 180 days.
Customers are encouraged


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to check with their local NEX
for other specific details relat-
ing to layaway as some stores
may limit the number of items
permitted on layaway due to
space constraints.
In addition to the value z
gained from shopping the 0
NEX, customers also benefit .
from the quality of life contri- C
butions to Morale, Welfare and w
Recreation (MWVR). In 2008,
that amount totaled over $45
million.
"As a quality of life resource
for the Navy, the NEX is very
aware of the sacrifices and
challenges faced by our Sailors
and their families, especially in
a challenging economic envi-
ronment," said Paquette. "We
have a dual mission to both
provide our customers with
quality goods and services at
a savings as well as provide
dividends to MWR. I think
we do a good job of balancing
both parts of our mission to
ensure we provide the best to
our customers."
For more information on
the benefits the NEX has to
offer, log on to www.navy-nex.
com.

St. Paul's
Episcopal Church
Father Larry D. Hooper
401 Duval Street
Welcomes the Military Family









Sunday 11/15
OneServiceOnly 10:00a.m.
Nursery Available
Father Larry D. Hooper will
be Installed as St. Paul's New
Rector a Reception in the
Parish Hall will immediately
follow the Service.
We are your home
away from home.
Please join us.
Phone: (305) 296-5142
www.stpaulschurchkeywest.org


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Sigsbee Elementary School's Annual Fall Festival was all that and more for students and their families Nov. 6. The fall festival is one of the school's largest fund raising proj-
ects of the year. Not only does Sigsbee benefit from the money raised, but the carnival-like atmosphere strengthens neighborhood and school ties among families.


Above, a well-aimed throw
sends a Coast Guardsman
under the water in the dunk
tank while, right, a shark is
fed for a chance at a prize in
the bean bag throw. Far right,
a small visitor smiles with a
newly-twisted balloon toy.


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Future Cy Young candidate pitches on-the-mark for a prize in the baseball throw.


Rolling her way to another prize, a young girl tries to score more
points in Skeeball.


A child's first fish story starts with reeling in a live goldfish in a plastic bag.


A touch of green paint to the face and a young boy is transformed
into a smiling creature.


Balloon animals or butterfly wings are twisted to a child's request.


NAS Key West Executive Director Ron Demes, right, and retired Navy
captain and former NAS Key West Commanding Officer Jim Scholl,
left, write down bids in a silent auction.












SNavy Lodge offers great value and prices this holiday season


FROM NEXCOM


'r l his holiday season;
spend time with loved
t ones but stay at a Navy
2 Lodge. Navy Lodges save
* guests money with rates 40
Percent below comparable
hotels. As an added conve-
Snience and a way to save on
kennel fees, Navy Lodges
E allow two dogs and cats up
o to 50 pounds in weight to
z
stay when traveling with their
owners. Please contact the


MOTOR VEHICLES/RVs
1993 Cadillac Sedan DeVille, runs great,
good A/C, 110,000 miles. Maintenance
records. $1,600 OBO, Call Mel at (305)
745-2925 and leave a message.
2004 Winnebago Adventurer 35U, two
slide outs, great condition inside and
out, some staining on carpet/upholstery,
price reflects. Asking $59,000 or rent for
$550/month. Call (678) 640-1142 or e-
mail saundrac9@gmail.com.
2001 Dodge Ram 1500, black, 4x4,
cruise control, power steering/windows/
locks, short cab and bed, 81,000 miles.
Some rust and paint fading. Asking
$5,000. Call (813) 493-1294.
1995 Honda Magna 750cc, yellow with
33,000 miles. After-market chrome parts,
water cooled, back rest, only asking
$3,200. Call (757) 705-8141.
2006 Yamaha FJR1300, 8,000 miles,
new Michelin Pilot road tires, GIVI E52
color-matched top case, throttle lock,
frame sliders, riding gear. Kept well, ask-
ing $7,000. Call Tom at (305) 849-0779.
2005 40' Recreation by Design Travel
Trailer. 2/2, queen in master, bunk beds
in second, three slide outs, central A/C,
$19,995 OBO. Call Justin at (305) 587-
0918.
2003 Toyota Camry LE four-door sedan,
83,000 miles, gray, moon roof, cruise
control, power steering/windows/locks.
Excellent body and mechanical condi-
tion, asking $6,700. Call Jeff at 293-2408
or 296-3281.
1966 Ford Mustang Coupe project. New
firewall, floor pans and cowl installed.
New gas tank in box, includes 302/5.0
block, heads and intake, $1,500 OBO.
More than $3,000 invested. Call Chris at
(305) 731-3863.
BOATS & ACCESSORIES
16' Lowe side-console fishing boat, 40
HP Johnson outboard motor, galvanized
trailer, new fish finder, life jackets and fire
extinguisher, $2,300. Call Brad at (305)
849-0733.
1998 24' Cobia Sport Deck 259, 250
HP Mercury, GPS, CD player, Bimini top,
cover, seats 11 comfortably, versatile
family boat or party boat, with trailer,
$12,000. Call (305) 587-0535.
2007 20' Century 2001SV center con-
sole boat. 150 HP 2-stroke Yamaha
with 90 hours, Garmin 545s color GPS,
Tigress 15' outriggers. NADA average is
$39,070, selling for $35,000. Boat is in
excellent condition and great for deep
sea fishing. Call (850) 499-4370 or (305)
294-9809.


lodge where you plan to stay
for pet policies.
"Navy Lodges offer military
families and their friends an
inexpensive, convenient place
to stay, especially during the
busy holiday season," said
Martha Bartley, Navy Lodge
Key West Manager. "Our asso-
ciates are dedicated to pro-
viding quality service to every
guest. Best of all, there are no
extra person charges when
staying at a Navy Lodge."
EveryNavyLodgeguestroom


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.
MISCELLANEOUS
Pet stroller, blue with all-terrain wheels.
Large enough for one medium dog or
two small dogs, excellent condition, used
once, $70. Call Sherri (305) 294-6740.
Infant bath tub with sling and toys, crib
mobile, plays music and lights, bottle
drying rack and other baby items, Coca-
Cola full size bed set, twin purple satin
sheet set, all in great condition. Make an
offer on one or all. Call Amanda at (305)
509-7671.
Oak wall entertainment center in great
condition, four pieces, $500. Call (850)
499-4370 or (305) 294-9809.
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.
ROOMMATE
Roommate wanted to share great
waterfront home, five minutes from NAS.
Bedroom with private bath, central A/C,
W/D, pool, 60" HDTV. Non-smoker, no
pets, military preferred. $900/month, F/L.
Call (305) 849-0693.
Roommate wanted to share new 2/2.5
town home in Stock Island. $850/mo.,
utilities included, furnished, private bath,
W/D. 5 min. from NAS Boca Chica. No
pets. Available now. Lease term nego-
tiable. Call (305) 797-6772 for more info.
FOR RENT
2/1 duplex, all appliances, laundry hook-
ups, front and back yard, available Dec.
2. $1,400/month plus utilities, annual
lease. Call 745-1363.
Studio apartment, MM10, OSP, $975/
month, F/L required upfront. Call Bobby
at (305) 394-4993.
3/3 Big Pine Key, quiet, modern unfur-
nished with attached garage. Fenced
yard on boating and swim canal, central
A/C, no smoking. $2,500 plus utilities,
F/US. Call (305) 872-4502.
Ocean view, five minutes to base, ride
your bike, personal bathroom. No smok-
ers. $900/month includes utilities. Female
preferred. Call (305) 849-5962.
3/2 Stilt home with boat slip, large
screened porch, W/D, central A/C, pri-
vate yard with hot tub, storage, quiet


is oversized with queen-sized
beds, cable TV with premium
channels, a DVD/CD player,
direct-dial telephone service,
high-speed internet access,
and a kitchenette complete
with microwave, refrigerator




NAS Classifieds

neighborhood Non smoking home/small
pet considered, $1,950 F//S. Call (305)
3930-3913 or (305) 872-0082.
3/2 Key West Golf Club, unfurnished,
screened wrap-around porch, W/D, basic
cable, gym. No pets or smoking, $2,000/
month. Call (614) 323-0544 or (305)
797-5252.
2/1.5 Key West Golf Club, four decks,
brick courtyard on pool, W/D, basic cable,
gym. No pets, no smoking, $1,650. Call
(614) 323-0544 or (305) 797-5252.
2/1 MM17 on canal with dock. House
needs work and will negotiate a lower
rent in exchange for some carpentry. Call
Ray at (508) 400-5868.
2/1 Ramrod Key MM 27, fenced yard,
20 minutes from Key West, carport, W/D,
pets welcome with pet fee, swimming
hole, boat launch, $1,100/month, $2,200
moves you in. Call Randall at (903)
624-1251.
3/1 with pool, fence, double car garage,
six-month lease minimum, $2,500. Call
(941) 266-1078.
2/1 with spacious rooms, central A/C,
W/D, OSP, $1,600 F/L, $1,000 security,
1-year lease. Call (305) 797-0621.
SERVICES
Only PartyLite consultant in KW look-
ing to give $150 in free products and
80 percent discount on selected items.
Want to earn an extra income? No start-
up fee. Call (305)923-1201 or visit www.
partylite.biz/shaywinters.
Avon by Katy Want to buy Avon but
need a representative? Contact Katy at
avonbykaty@yahoo.com or browse my
personal Web site at www.youravon.
com/kwerner to shop.
Arbonne International Pure Swiss
skin care, anti- aging, 100 percent
vegan, hormonal creams, color, nutrition,
aromatherapy, For products and career
opportunities contact Tammy Young at
(305) 292- 0934. ID # 15512091 www.
youngsgift.myarbonne.com.
Tupperware consultant looking to have
a party with you and your friends! If
you're interested in starting your own
Tupperware business, or to set up a
party, call (305) 292-2266 or e-mail
eljones@ my2.tupperware.com.
Nanny/babysitter: Mature and experi-
enced. Looking for a part-time or full-time
position. Also available on nights and
weekends. Short notice ok. Call Sunny
Ann at (863) 513-3391.
Buy your Shaklee products online, from
your own home! No sales visits, no
appointments and take all the time and


and utensils. Navy Lodges also
have housekeeping service,
vending machines, DVD rent-
als and guest laundry facilities
as well as handicapped acces-
sible and non-smoking rooms.
Free local calls, free in-room
coffee and newspapers as well
as convenient on-base parking
are also available.
Navy Lodge Key West has
some of the best guest service
in the hospitality world. Guests


holiday season.
To make a reservation for
any of the 43 Navy Lodges
worldwide, call toll free at 1-
800-NAVY-INN or log onto
www.navy-lodge.com.
To make reservations at the
Navy Lodge Key West call 292-
7556 ext. 5.
For other military lodging
options go to www.dodlodg-
ing.com.
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privacy you need! Visit my Web site at
brightsuccess.myshaklee.com.
Need help crafting the perfect paper,
proposal, press release or resume? I
write, edit, and tutor, and can help you
put your ideas into words. Contact Sandy
Kaster at pskaster@hotmail.com, (305)
292-1558 or (813) 470-0222.
Ann's Alterations- all military and civil-
ian sewing, custom sewing, dry clean-
ing drop-off service and free pre-owned
crows and service stripes for all branch-
es. (305) 292-1112.
Arbonne products: weight loss, make-
up, skin care, hair care, vitamins, aro-
matherapy; etc. Host a party and earn
up to $150 dollars of free product. Call
Brooke Cowan at (661) 350-8505 or e-
mail Brookiecg@hotmail.com.
Need childcare or a babysitter? I love
to play with kids and have experience
running a nursery and as a private
nanny. All ages. Call Brooke Cowan at
(661) 350-8505.
Need a Spanish tutor? I have tutored
Spanish for years at the high school and
community college level. I have a BA in
Spanish Language. Llamame/Call me!
Brooke Cowan (661) 350-8505 or e-mail
brookiecg@hotmail.com.
Seamstress at your service. All mili-
tary uniforms done to specs, hemming
and minor alterations. Same-day ser-
vice available. Call Lauran at (239) 938-
6854.
Shaklee Increase your income and
reduce your taxes while working on
your own terms. Join the team of a
fast-growing company. Call Cedric
Jefferson at (808) 285-3507, e-mail at
Jefferson@2005.usna.com or visit www.
shaklee.net/cedrease to learn more.
5LINX Save and make money with a
network marketing company focused on
technology. Call Cedric Jefferson at (808)
285-3507, e-mail at Jefferson@5LINX.
net or visit www.5LINX.net/cjefferson to
learn more.
Earn income and stay at home with your
kids by helping others live healthier and
more independent lives. Go to www.pro-
jectmahma.com/legacy to find out more.
Lisa Huber Pure Romance Consultant
#22557. Find out why I've fallen
in love with Pure Romance. Host a
party and earn free gifts and a chance
to win a $500 shopping spree. Call
296-7605 or (843) 325-7161. E-mail
lisahuber@pureromance.com. Shop
from home at lisahuber.pureromance.
com.
Licensed Child Development Home


with availability. Open spots for lov-
ing, fun environment for children. Call
Melanie Sise at (305) 360-0188.
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.
Free health coaching offered. Support
group meeting each Monday at 7 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://floridakeyshome-
schoolers.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 home-
schoolers.
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.
Florida state-commissioned notary
available seven days a week for all
your notary needs. Please call Shanna
Christensen at (305) 879-7757.
OPEN HOUSE
PartyLite open house, 1133A
Gilmore Dr., Saturday and Sunday, 12
- 4 p.m. Come shop all your favor-
ite PartyLite products for the holidays.
For every purchase you will receive
a free box of votives and enjoy other
specials. Can't attend? Shop online at
www.partylite.biz/shaywinters. RSVP at
arneshawinters@gmail.com.
NAS KEY WEST CLASSIFIED are
free for active-duty and retired person-
nel, their families and civilian base
employees only. Deadline for submis-
sions 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 otherwise directed, ads will run
for four issues. Name and phone num-
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MORTGAGES
Residential/Commercial
FHA, VA, JUMBO, COM
Reverse mortgages
No credit/income
Palm Beach Mortgage
561-346-7136



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
Carpenter/ Maintenance
Supervisor
Salaried position, $640
week. Supervise the day
to day maintenance of a
large retail operation.
Full time hands on
position. Schedule
flexibility a must. Paid
parking. Full Benefit
package. Including
Health and Dental.
Apply in person at
207 Simonton St.
305-296-4557
EOE Drug Free
Workplace.


Hodges University
Teaching Opportunity
Management Adjunct
Professor
Due to our continued
growth and success
Hodges University has
an immediate opportunity
for a Management Ad-
junct Professor at our
learning site on the cam-
pus of Florida Keys Com-
munity College. An op-
portunity is available for
an individual to teach the
program one evening per
week on a year round ad-
junct basis. The position
requires a master's de-
gree in management or
business. A doctorate is
preferred. Qualified indi-
viduals with an interest in
the position should sub-
mit a letter of interest and
a resume to Hodges Uni-
versity, Attn: Michelle An-
derson, MBA 2655 North-
brooke Drive Naples
Florida 34119. Email:
manderson @ hodqes.edu
Fax: 239.598.6263 EOE

ART BEHIND BARS
Seeks a multi talented
individual to serve as
Executive Director. Must
have grant writing, grant
-management, and fund-
raising experience. Back-
ground in Arts Manage-
ment and Marketing.
Great opportunity for the
right individual with a
strong connection to the
community. Salary nego-
tiable depending on
qualifications. Send re-
sume to Transition Team,
P.O. Box 2034, Key
West, Fl. 33045.

Downtown
Entertainment Complex
is searching for a reliable
person to fill a position as
day manager. Duties in-
cluded daily cash man-
agement, accounts pay-
able, payroll, telephone
and general office duties.
Must be able to work
early morning hours & be
proficient in Quick Books
& Excel. Salary com-
mensurate with exp. Ap-
plications accepted at:
202 Duval St.


Experienced, Friendly,
energetic, bartenders,
servers, & host person
needed. Please apply @
Turtle Kraals
231 Margaret St.
Maintenance Specialist
at Florida Keys Commu-
nity College. Full-time,
working days. Includes
great benefit package
with College-paid insur-
ance, electrical, plumb-
ing, carpentry and paint-
ing. Includes setting up
for events and moving
furniture/equipment.
Works indoors and out-
side with tools and equip-
ment. More information
and application at
www.fkcc.edu or Human
Resources
305-809-3118. EOE
M/F/D/V
PIER HOUSE RESORT
LEAD PM LINE
COOK/LINE COOK
Exp. necessary in
heavy volume breakfast,
lunch and dinner.
All stations required.
English fluency a must.
Possible room for growth.
Excellent benefits
available Shift meal
& parking.
EOE, M/F/D/V
Drug Free Workplace
Apply: Human Resources
One Duval St.
M-F, 10am-4pm
COOKS
Line Cooks wanted.
FT/PT available.
Apply in person MM27.5
Ramrod Key Boondocks.
Competitive wages.
Preferred Properties
Full time staff position
with a busy, established
company. Responsibili-
ties include customer
service, property quality
control, agent support &
office work. Prefer real
estate or hospitality ex-
perience. Must demon-
strate computer knowl-
edge. We offer competi-
tive pay, great working
environment and long
term growth. Please send
resume to Im@Preferred-
PropertiesCoastal.com or
fax to 305-294-5355 attn:
L. McChesney


STORE MANAGER
Oversee store personnel,
operations, sales and
budgeting at Base Sup-
ply store located in Key
West. Must have an un-
derstanding of govern-
ment/military supply and
logistics and the Ability-
One Program. Under-
stand inventory manage-
ment, retail operations
and store budgeting. Ex-
perience with HazMat
Procurement preferred
but not required. Com-
petitive salary plus incen-
tive program and excel-
lent benefits. Please
send resume with salary
requirements to:

HR Manager
Industries for the Blind,
Inc.
445 S. Curtis Road
West Allis, WI 53214
Or fax to 414-778-3041
mary.schissel@ibmilw.com
AN EOE
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
POOL SERVICE
F/T Pool tech needed,
with experience.
Great Pay.
305-872-7233
SHIPWRECK
MUSEUM
STORYTELLER
Needed to portray 1850's
Wrecker at the Key West
Shipwreck Museum &
Conduct walking tour
Must be able to learn
Scripts and Speak to
Large groups. Interest in
History a strong plus!
$12/hr
(305)296-4557
207 Simonton St.
EOE/Drug Free
Workplace


KEY WEST AQUARIUM
AQUARIUM/BUILDING
MAINTENANCE
building exhibits, light-
ing, maintaining mechan-
ics, i.e.pumps, pipes,
motors etc. as it pertains
to Aquarium mainte-
nance. $14.00 per hour
Benefits available in 180
days. Apply in person
207 Simonton Street,
Key West 305-296-4557.
EOE Drug Free
Workplace
PUNCH TECH/MAINT
TECH
Responsible for the re-
pair and maintenance of
HVAC, electrical, and-
mechanical systems,
plumbing, grounds, struc-
tural elements, and
equipment for a 192 unit
apartment community.
Personal and employ-
ment references will be
checked. Please apply
online at
www.RohmanCareers.com
EOE.

Hogfish Bar & Grill and
Geiger Key Marina
Has openings for the
following positions:

SSous-chef/line cooks

Must have experience/re-
sume and be clean and
sober. Great pay for the
great employee. Apply in
person at Hogfish, 6810
Front Street, Stock Island
and Geiger Key Marina,
5 Geiger Road
IMMEDIATE OPENING
For a General Manager
position in full service
dining restaurant. Candi-
dates must have a mini-
mum of 5 years of full
service restaurant expe-
rience. Applicant must
also have good verbal
and written skills. Must
be knowledgeable in P &
L responsibilities. Please
forward resume and
qualifications to
hrjdavis@gmail.com
for consideration. EOE.
ROOFERS WANTED
Experienced Roofers
need only apply.
305-296-5932.


OFFICE MANAGER
Fast growing Co. needs
dynamic office support.
Must know Quickbooks
and MS Office, good typ-
ing and phone skills.
$30k + salary w/bonus,
group health. Send re-
sume to P.O. Box 1821,
Key West, Fl. 33041.


REAL ESTATE OFFICE
MANAGER
Position available. Excel-
lent opportunity for
growth and profitability.
Experience in Real Es-
tate License required.
Call M. Wagner Crocker
Wagner & Associates
305-797-4324


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HR & Payroll Assistant
Must be able to
multi-task, be computer
literate and very detail
oriented. Prior experi-
ence in ADP payroll and
a general knowledge of
Human Resources is an
advantage. Full benefit
package available.
Hours Mon-Fri, 8-5. Ap-
ply in person Monday
through Friday between
9-4 at Historic Tours of
America, Human Re-
sources Dept, 201 Front
St, Ste 208, Key West.
Resume's may be faxed
to 293-7230. EOE &
Drug Free Workplace.
THE CROWNE PLAZA
La Concha is looking for
a hands on experienced
Food and Beverage Man-
ager that has experience
with hiring, purchasing,
coaching and counseling,
motivating and inspiring
superior guest service
and a good understand-
ing and knowledge of
cost control.

If interested please con-
tact the hotel Food and
Beverage Director @
305-296-2991 ext 133

Warehouse Material
Handler
Experience w/P.O.'s
Invoices, material
Handling, $12.00 per hr
Benefits available
Apply in person
207 Simonton Street,
Key West 305-296-4557.
EOE Drug Free
Workplace


EXCITING SALES
OPPORTUNITY
Must be team player with
Pos attitude and reliable
transportation. Strong
Sales skills and bilingual
a +. Great $ & fantastic
perks in fun work envi-
ronment. Please no
Drama or Keys Disease!
Stop in for app: 31281
Overseas Hwy, BPK.
THE GALLEON
RESORT
is offering a tremendous
sales and marketing em-
ployment opportunity. Ex-
cellent earning potential
for a self motivated, ener-
getic positive person. Es-
tablished, highly suc-
cessful resale office. Fl
real estate license re-
quired. Email resume to
contracts@galleonresort.com
or call Kelle at
305-296-7711 ext. 1710.
WESLEY HOUSE
FAMILY SERVICES
is looking to fill the
following positions:

*Full Case Manager-
Upper & Lowers Keys
*Family Counselor-
Upper & Lower Keys
*Child Care Teacher

For detailed job descrip-
tions visit
wesleyhouse.org
Please send application
resume to
HR@weslevhouse.org
or stop by 1304 Truman
Ave office. Competitive
salary plus good benefits.
WHFS is an Equal Op-
portunity Employer.


VIZCAYA & CO
REAL ESTATE
SERVICES
Is now seeking experi-
enced Realtors Offering
great commission splits
and opportunity for
growth. Call R. Vazquez
305-292-5520.
WANTED: SALES
MANAGER
Send your resume to:
salesmgr123@gmail.com



CITY MANAGER
City of Marathon, FL
(resident pop 11,500).
Located midway between
Key West & Key Largo in
FL Keys, vibrant commu-
nity incorporated 1999.
City Manager serves as
Chief Administrative offi-
cer of City & in that ca-
pacity directs & super-
vises admin of all depts,
offices & agencies of
City. City Manager se-
lected on basis of experi-
ence, expertise & man-
agement ability as it per-
tains to running municipal
gov't. Candidates must
have strong communica-
tion, financial & manage-
ment skills. Preference
given to exp in municipal
gov't in FL Keys & resi-
dency in FL Keys. Sal-
ary & benefits neg. de-
pending on qualifications.
Forward resumes to
tara @ kevscpa.com by
5:00 pm on Nov 20,
2009. For questions
Tara Morris (305)
743-6586. EOE. Minori-
ties encouraged to apply
Under FL law, all applica-
tions, once received, are
part of public record &
subject to disclosure
upon request. For further
info about City of Mara-
thon, see website at
www.ci.marathon.fl.us
Holiday Sales Position
Earn $500 to $2000 per
week for highly motivated
Salesperson.
Call 1-888-743-3311.

PLEASE CONSIDER
adopting your next pet.
Local animal shelters
have many animals
including pure breeds -
awaiting forever homes.

Electra Coast 26" 7 spd
men's bike, basket, full
light set, $400 890-6553



Area rug 9x6, charming
floral patch work, $75.
295-9575.


NEWWHITE QUEEN
HB, FB & rails and 52"
media cab., 2 DR sets &
Yard Sale Sat. 11/14
BPK 305-797-0474

Sofa sleeper, 7' queen,
coco color fabric. Exc.
cond $750 295-9575.


Eddie Bauer Car seat,
base and stroller new-
born to 221bs. Asking
$150.305-304-5530.



Holiday Sales Position
Earn $500 to $2000 per
week for highly motivated
Salesperson.
Call 1-888-743-3311.



Gibson Les Paul Studio
Guitar Black, $474 and
other fun stuff.
305-923-4630.


Kenmore gas stove,
good working condition.
$180. 872-2322.


ROOM FOR RENT
Beautiful room for rent.
Weekly or monthly. Call
305-292-3713.

**PROFESSIONAL**
REDUCED!!!
large old town brand new
4BR superlux house.
Own queen size bed-
room w/lg flat screen TV.
Pvt swimming pool.
$350/wk. minimum 6-12
mo. lease. 305-896-4004
ROOM
with bathroom, private,
brand new, TV cable.
$650 + util. preferred fe-
male. Poniciana Trailer
Park. 305-970-6188.



1 Bedroom Efficiency
apt. Private ent.& bath,
nicely furnished. A/C, ca-
ble w/TV. Single only,
Call after 2pm.
305-294-8070
BIG COPPITT
female preferred. Priv.
entrance. Share bath,
kitchen & W/D. Non
smoker.Utils. incl
$500/mo. 923-0177
ROOMS-- OLD TOWN
Singles $200 & up, Dou-
bles $260 and up. Pri-
vate entrance, private
bath, W/D, WiFi, no alco-
hol, no drugs. Sorry, no
pets. Four week mini-
mum. 305-293-9400


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

ROOMS / KEY HAVEN
Nicely furnished, Flat
Screen TV ,Cable ,Wi-Fi,
W/D, Gym, on Canal,
$200 -$225 per wk. Boat
OK. Call 305-304-8971
FURNISHED ROOM
6 blocks from Casa Ma-
rina. Share kitchen and
bath. Cable, separate
phone line and A/C.
Laundry facilities. No
drugs, non smoker, gay
preferred. $800 plus 1/2
electric. No F/L deposit
with local references, se-
curity negotiable. Call
Lou daytime, 849-2791.
FURNISHED ROOM
In Old Town. $175
weekly plus refundable
$400 dep.Cable, all util.
incl. Sorry no pets.
954-873-0275.
203 OLIVIA STREET
Newly Remodeled
Room in Conch House
pool, fenced inc. util.
F/L/S. 305-896-0890


NICE MOBILE HOMES
For rent in Stock Island.
Utilities included: Ext. Ba-
sic cable TV, sewer, &
trash. Rent starting at
$1,100. Call 879-0546.
LITTLE TORCH
Waterfront, 1BR/1BA,
screen porch, boat slip,
no pets, no smoking.
$800 + util
305-522-5841.
2BR/1 BA
REMODEL
On Big Coppitt. 2 people
max $975 mo. + water &
electric, F/S
305-849-1474.


keywestrentalco.com
Available Now!

Canal Duplex 2/2
Shipyard 2/1

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


SALT PONDS 2/2
W/D, A/C, patio, pool,
storage unit. $1,650/mo.
+ utilities. F/L/S
942- 9999.
LAS SALINAS 3/2
Very clean, new appli-
ances and carpet, ocean-
view, covered parking.
Avail. now. $1,600
monthly. 305-294-1969.
2BR/1BA CONDO KW
New appliances,
C/A/C, W/D & OSP.
$1,400/mo + utils F/L/S.
Min.1 year.
305-296-3211
3/2 LAS SALINAS
Third floor, wood & tile
floors, W/D, cent A/C.
$1750/mo. + utils + sec.
(305)304-9070

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EFFICIENCY
Sep. entr. full bath,
fridge, no real kitchen but
cooking possible. No
drug or drunks. $190 +
util. $480 move in.
305-731-9415.

Clean 2BR Old Town
Full kitchen, double
fridge w/ice, glass range,
tile floors, Hunter fans, 2
queen BRs, 3 TVs, 3
A/Cs. Sleeps 4. Porch &
picnic area facing sunset.
No drugs, Sorry no pets.
$1,475/mo, F/S/S year
lease 292-1551



STOCK ISL.
3BR/1 BA, wood and car-
peted floors, util incl.
F/L/S 954-675-1384
SPOTLESS 1BR/1BA
Recent renovation, tile
floors, gas stove, A/C,
W/D hookup, deck. Very
private and secure, best
neighborhood on Big
Coppitt. $1,100/mo. all
utilities inc. 304-0384.
KEY WEST REALTY
Management Group Inc
305-294-RENT
www.keywestrealty.com
Efficiency Apt
Old Town, Full Kitchen.
$950 F/S/S
2Br/1Ba Atlantic Blvd
W/D hookup, D/W.
$1450 F/S/S


New Town Efficiency
$785/mo. (plus utilities).
clean, balcony, no pets.
Total required to move in
$1,570. Applicants must
have resided in Monroe
County for the past year.
SBX Commercial
Real Estate LLC.
305-296-7920
TINY STUDIO
Lots of light. $900
includes utilities.

2BR/2BA BAHAMA
VILLAGE
Reasonable Deposit..

COZY 1BR ON 2ND ST.
$900 plus util.

Bruce/Broadway
Realty
305-294-0250
2/1 Renovated
New appl. Centrally
located. W/D, Move in
ready No dogs!
$1,100/mo F/L/S.
(305)296-9709
2 Bedroom
Apartment for Rent
in Paradise!
Super clean and
spacious
Washer and dryer
included
2 full baths
Brand new carpeting
Brand new appliances
Military and preferred
employer discounts
Ask about our move-in
special!
$1,600 + per month
Call Today!
1.888.292-777
Equal Housing
Opportunity
1 BEDROOM APT
6630 Maloney Ave. # 7C.
(305)745-1365 or
923-6053
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!!
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NEWTOWN
Avail. Dec. 1st. Nice 2
bedroom, 1 bath upstairs,
in small complex. W/D,
D/W, A/C, ceiling fans, ,
2 balconies, screened
porch, OSP & pool
$1,550, F/L/S. Sewer &
trash included. No pets.
ALSO AVAIL DEC. 1ST.
2BR/2BA ground floor
apt in New Town, A/C,
W/D, D/W private yard,
deck, OSP Pool, $1,750,
F/L/S. Sewer & trash in-
cluded. No pets.
OLD TOWN COTTAGE
Efficiency in quiet, se-
cluded compound. Single
person only. No pets.
Sewer, water & trash in-
cluded. $950/mo. F/L/S.
305-747-3668.
OFF OF WHITE ST.
1/1 full kitchen, W/D,
yard. $1000/mo. + utils.
Call Ed Clark, Paradise
Real Estate in Key West
(305)304-6972



WEST ISLE
CLUB APARTMENTS
***FREE RENT***
*Call for details
*Now Leasing
1BR,2BR, 3BR
*Military Discount
-Swimming Pool
-On site Parking
-And Much More!
3333 Duck Ave.
888-318-5767


WATERFRONT
Ocean view and jacuzzi
spa. Modern 3BR or
2BR. Duplex. $1,390
each or $2,490 for both.
305-332-3402.
OLD TOWN KEY WEST
Fully furnished 3bed/3bth
with pools and off street
parking. 1 year lease
$3500/mo plus Utils.
305-797-7778.
4600 SF PLUS
loading dock & plenty of
parking in New Town. 6
mo. free rent for a lease
signed immediately x 5
yrs. Call 305-797-6852


WATERFRONT
Clean & cozy 1/1, Re-
duced Price $1100/ mo
+ sec. cable incl.
305-296-0294, 304- 4311
KEY HAVEN
WATERFRONT
23 Cypress Ave. 3/3
2300s,f. 120' dock,
$3,200, F/L/S. Annual
lease. 352-472-3154.


4 Bedrooms / 2 Baths
Available now. $2500/mo
Mila De Mier,
Southernmost Realty
305-731-9731.
OLD TOWN
3/2 fully furn. home.
Short or long term.
$2000/mo.
Mid Town
2/1 condo. $1500/mo.
KWGC
2/2 fully furn. townhome.
Short term. $3500/mo.
Geiger Key
Completely remodeled
2/1.5 mobile home.
$1400/mo.
Dasha Ray
Conch Realty
305-292-8505
RAMROD KEY
2/2, beautiful custom
built. Walk around deck.
All tile, quiet and safe,
canal to ocean. No smok-
ers, dogs. $1,600 F/L/S.
872-2444.
BRAND NEW 3/2
Double lot, Ig. back porch
on canal, storage,
$2,000/mo. MM 23, 305-
304-6755 or 744-1165
1/1 EFFICIENCY
Stock Island, full kitchen
$800/mo, $250 refund-
able security deposit.
Pets considered. Call
Dotty @ 896-3782
3501 A FLAGLER AVE
3BR/2BA
305-745-1365 or
305-923-6053
3/2 KW SPACIOUS
Plus 1/1 apt if you wish
you sublet. Large fenced
yard, large pool, ceramic
tile floors, covered OSP.
Pets OK. $2500 + utils.
F/L/S 1-800-386-7969.
LITTLE TORCH
Waterfront, beautiful stilt
home. 2BR/2BA, huge
balcony, great kitchen.
boat slip, no pets, no
smoking. $1,500
305-522-5841.
KEY WEST REALTY
Management Group Inc
305-294-RENT
www.kevwestrealtv.com
Spacious 3br/2ba
Riviera Drive
Fenced in yard, W/D
hookup. $2,000/mo.
F/S/S
CHARMING 3/2
CONCH HOUSE
Meadows area, fenced
yd, C/A/C, W/D, spiral
stairs to loft, all modern
conv., tile firs, OSP,
storm shutters, pets con-
sidered, F/L/S, $2,100/
mo. Avail now. 305-293-
9719.


COMPASS REALTY
305-292-1480

Unfurnished

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

Shipyard Condo
1 BR / 1 BA w/loft avail
12/1. Shared pool,
assigned parking. $1850
per mo + utils
White Street
1 BR/1 BA upstairs unit
Avail 1/1
$1400 per mo + utils

Call Compass Realty
for an appt. 292-1480
Or 888-884-7368
www.compass-realty.co m
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only $1399 every 2
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2,000sq.ft. large luxuri-
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Key West. Concrete con-
struction 3 story house, 2
car garage all new S.S.
appl., granite counters,
private elevator
pool. 305-896-4004.


LITTLE TORCH
Waterfront Pine Channel.
Stunning 3,000 + sq.ft.
3BR/2.5BA, pool, boat
slip, huge patios, garage,
no pets, no smoking.
$2,700 plus util.
305-522-5841.
Casa Marina District
Beautiful Like New Home
3BR/3.5 BA, hardwood
floors, Viking kitchen w/
granite counters, tumble
marble bathrooms.
$3000 per mo.
Call 305-797-5184


LISTINGS
2617 STAPLES AVE
Beautiful house for rent.
3BR/2BA, fireplace, tile
floors, granite kitchen,
W/D, D/W, OSP w/car-
port & shed. Back yard
w/lg deck, fenced yard.
Pets considered.
(305)294-4381 or 879-
4277. $2,200 F/L/S


3/2 New Stilt House
With 1/1 Apt.
On corner lot in Big Pine
Key. Avenue C. Beauti-
ful bamboo floors, open
floor plan with large
kitchen.
Covered parking, central
ac/washer/dryer.
Full 1/1 apt. downstairs.
$1800/ mo. F/L/S.
Call Bob 305-923-6000.


2/1 ISLAMORADA
219B Preston St (MM82).
Good condition, new ap-
pliances, OSP & patio.
Yard service & pest con-
trol incl. $1,300/mo.
Avail. now. Call Tom
318-455-6379


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.
305-797-7778
GetitRented in the
Keyswide Classifieds!
Call 292-7777x3



Big Pine Commerical
Warehouse
400 sq.ft. $350 plus util.
800 sq.ft. $600 plus util.
305-522-5841.
COMMERCIAL
WAREHOUSE
ON STOCK ISLAND
Unit 1 is 1250 sf. In-
cludes 500 sf loft w/office
and 500 sf fenced out-
side storage. Metal Build-
ing. $1000/mo
Unit B is 1000 sf w/600sf
of fenced outside storage
$1040/mo.
Call Steve
305-296-5555


4,000 SQ.FT.
COMMERCIAL SPACE
For rent. Torres Plaza
6471 3rd St. Stock Is-
land. Includes 800 sq.ft
office space $3,500
monthly. 305-296-3164
or 305-923-4605.

BIG PINE
Office 250 sq.ft. with
bathroom. $400 plus util.
305-522-5841.
316 1/2 SIMONTON
STREET
Office, retail, gallery?
OSParking, approx
1,075s.f., $2,000 mo plus
sales tax, utilities.
305-292-8437.
3 Office Spaces Avail.
Lots of light., furnished.
Great location in Old
Town. Easy access, OSP
Brand new.
Price ranges from
$500-$1000/mo
all utilities included.
305-296-4275


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On our site or yours.
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MM102 2BR/1BA
with 2 bedroom effi-
ciency. 60x100 ROGO
exemp lot, fully fenced,2
car garage. $145k owner
financing. 561-768-3889





BRAND NEW
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$229,000.00
Big Pine Key, Florida

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Loan amounts based on
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Brand new 3 BR 3.5 Bath
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$750K!

Duplex in Big Coppitt!
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2 bath! 7000 sq ft lot!
Reduced to $199K. Poss.
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Duplex Renovated KW
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ft9000 sq ft lot. Room for
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Property Manangement
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305-304-4034
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Turn Key Laundromat
Available in Big Pine
Key. New efficient equip-
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2009 New Optima LX
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2009 Kia Borrego
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2009 New Rio LX
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2010 Kia Forte
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2010 Kia Soul
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Plus DOC fee, Tax &Tag

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Key West, FL 33040

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**Front Line Specials**

2007Toyota Camry
Auto, a/c.
Sale Price $14,988

2002 Chevy Tahoe
Auto, a/c, 3 row seats,
leather
Sale Price $9,988

1998 Toyota Rav4
Auto, a/c, sunroof.
Sale Price $6,988

2006 Toyota Tundra
SR5
Ext cab, auto, a/c.
$349/month

2006 Mazda Miata
Auto, a/c. $259/month

2007 Chrysler PT
Cruiser
Auto, a/c. $199/month

2006 Chrysler PT
Cruiser
5 speed. a/c. $179/month

2005 Chrysler PT
Cruiser
Auto, a/c. $149/month

2005 BMW Z4 Conv.
Leather, auto, a/c.
Sale Price $19,988

2006 Lexus IS250
Fully Loaded
$399/month


$289/month

2006 KIA Spectra
Auto/A/C
$169/month

2008 KIA Spectra
Auto/A/C
$229/month

2009 KIA Sorento
Auto/A/C
$319/month

2006 Honda Civic
4 door, auto, a/c.
Sale Price $12,988

2008 Chevy Impala
Auto, a/c.
Sale Price $12,988

2005 Nissan Maxima
Leather, auto, a/c.
Sale Price $13,988

2005 Nissan Altima
Auto, a/c.
Sale Price $9,988

2008 Chevy Aveo
Hatchback, 5 speed, a/c.
Sale Price $8,988

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MERCEDES SL500
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Key West. Call Rick
Graves Auto Broker
239-770-2397.
WE BUY CARS
Key West Auto Web


1996 Kawaski Ninja 600
9,400 mi, great condition
$1800 obo 305-879-8929

FISH AND RACE
305-292-2291

New Gearcases $3,500
Sportmaster
3.0 Liter RH 1.62 20"
Sportmaster
2.5 Liter LH 1.87 20"
Used Gearcases $1,200
Merc 3.0 Liter RH 20"
Merc 3.0 Liter RH 25"
Honda V6 RH 25"
Honda V6 LH 25"
Used Engines
200 Opti RH 25" $7,975
200 Opti LH 25" $7,975
225 Opti RH 25" $7,500
250XS RH 20" $11,900
250 Opti RH 25" $10,250
250 Opti LH 25" $10,250
300XS RH 25" $11,500
New Mercury Engines
300XS 25" FM $15,900
250 Opti RH 25" $13,532
250 Opti LH 25" $13,656
60 4-Stroke 20" $5,842
50 2-Stroke 20" $4,297
15 4-Stroke 15" $2,273
8 4-Stroke 15" $1,796
6 4-Stroke 15" $1,536
5 4-Stroke 15" $1,342
4 4-Stroke 15" $1,166
3.5 4-Stroke 15" $891
3.5 4-Stroke 20" $908
2.5 4-Stroke 15" $788
New Honda Engines
150 4Stroke 20" $12,255
115 4-Stroke 20" $8,495
20 4-Stroke 15" $2,916
9.9 4-Stroke 15" $2,449
5 4-Stroke 15" $1,497
2 4-Stroke 15" $865
2 4-Stroke 20" $886
FISH AND RACE
305-292-2291
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53' PME Offshore
Lobster boat. 6140 Log-
ger full hyd & elec. Clean
& ready to go $110,000.
2200 cert. $40 each.
Call Rick 294-5384
45' PEARSON
COASTAL CRUISER
Twin 318 Chry 10 kw
Kohler gen, perfect live
aboard. Rebuilt in 2005.
New eng, new gen, new
radar and plotter. Sleeps
6, setup w/ rear state-
room for 1 couple to live
on. Great condition. Must
sell due to health. Asking
$49,000 o.b.o. in Sum-
merland. 815-715-4545.


SUNSET MARINA
50' Slip $1000/mo plus
utilities. 1305-304-6631
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
KEY WEST SUNSET
MARINA
40' $700 plus util.
305-304-6631.
BEST PRICES EVER
on Conch Harbor Slips;
60', 50' & 45'. Priced to
sell fast. Other deals on
slips at King's Pointe.
Andy Birrell
305-923-5753 Prudential
Knight & Gardner Realty.

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FROM USS NEW YORK (LPD 21)
PUBLIC AFFAIRS

U SS NewYork (LPD 21),
the fifth San Antonio-
S class amphibious
transport dock, built with
Steel salvaged from the World
STrade Center, was commis-
sioned in New York City Nov.
E 7 in a ceremony held in the
o shadow of the city for which it
z
is named.
Secretary of State Hillary
Rodham Clinton, a former New
York senator, was the keynote
speaker for the ceremony.
"This ship carries with it sear-
ing memories of September 11,"
said Clinton. "Lives cut short,
families ripped apart, a nation
attacked. And in that steel,
burned but unbroken, lives the
spirit we saw on 9/11 and the
days that followed, the bravery
of the rescuers, the resolve of
the survivors, the compassion
of this city, the patriotism of
this great country."
Calling USS NewYork a sym-
bol of freedom similar to the
Statue of Liberty, Secretary of
the Navy Ray Mabus explained
howthis ship willbe reminder
of all New York and the nation
went through on September
11th.
"Today, we witness the birth
of another memorial to lib-
erty. Eight years ago, this city
witnessed the worst atrocities
committed against our coun-
try. The NewYork will be a visi-
ble testimony to our resilience,
to the character of this city, to
the strength of this country,"
said Mabus.
Chief of Naval Operations
Adm. Gary Roughead spoke
to the ship's future and what
it will mean to Americans
through the years.
"Wherever she sails in the
next 40 years...USS New York
will forever conjure the valor,
the sacrifice, the heroism and
the tenacity of NewYork," said
Roughead.
New York Governor David
Paterson called the day "a
great day for America, a great


day for New York and a great
day for everyone who believes
in freedom and justice."
USS New York, the sixth
Navy ship named for the state,
was built at Avondale Shipyard
in New Orleans by Northrop
Grumman and christened
March 1, 2008. The ship
arrived in NewYork Nov. 2 and
rendered honors at the World
Trade Center site before pull-
ing into Pier 88 on the Hudson
River.
Thousands of veterans and
invited guests witnessed the
ceremony, which was also
broadcast live in Times Square
and on the Navy.mil Web site.
The commissioning was the
culmination of a week-long
celebration of the Navy and
Marine Corps team and the
ship in NewYork City.
New York is an amphibi-
ous transport dock designed
to transport Marines and their
equipment. It will be used to
support the nation's maritime
strategy, to include humanitar-
ian assistance and maritime
security operations. The ship's
homeport will be in Norfolk, Va.


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7.5 tons of steel salvaged from the World Trade Center towers forged into her bow, and will be used
to support humanitarian, amphibious assault, special operations and expeditionary warfare missions
around the world. New York is the sixth U.S. Navy ship named for the state and will be homeported in
Norfolk, Va.


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