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Southernmost


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2009


CHINFO Merit Award Winner


Hired guns in town for strike fighter training


FROM NAS KEY WEST
PUBLIC AFFAIRS


PERSIAN GULF
(Nov. 28, 2009)
- Aviation structural
mechanic Fernando
Mendez, assigned
to the Wallbangers
of Airborne Early
Warning Squadron
(VAW) 117, removes
a panel during a
400-hour inspection
aboard the aircraft
carrier USS Nimitz
(CVN 68).
U.S. Navy photo by MC3
Matthew Patton


U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Michael McNabb
An Airborne Tactical Advantage Company (ATAC) M-58 Hawker Hunter on the apron
at Naval Air Station Key West's Boca Chica Field Wednesday. The civilian contractor's
jets are helping to train Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 1 squadrons in preparation for
deployment to USS Enterprise (CVN 65).


Jet fighter training at
Naval Air Station Key
West has ramped up
again this week, and this
training session brings
some different aircraft
into the skies around
Boca Chica Field.
Carrier Air Wing
(CVW) 1 began arriving
at Naval Air Station Key
West Nov. 28, and along
with squadrons of F/A-
18s and E-2C Hawkeyes,
itbrought along a civilian
accompaniment of jets
to act as the "bad guys."
The jets belong to civil-
ian contractor Airborne
Tactical Advantage


Company (ATAC).
ATAC's jets consist of
the M58 Hawker Hunters
and F-21 Kfirs, and they
will act as the adversar-
ies as CVW-1 conducts
its Strike Fighter Advance
Readiness Program
(SFARP) here through the
middle of December.
SFARP is a "graduate
level" course for fighter
pilots that teaches them
to fight as a team against
an adversary "team."
This exercise is one of
the first training exer-
cises CVW-1 will com-
plete as they prepare for
deployment aboard USS
Enterprise (CVN 65).

see TRAINING page 4


inside:

HOLIDAY HAZARD: Tips
on safe holiday tree
decorating .......... 2

GIVING BACK: Work for
Habitat gives holiday
happiness. ......... 7

DRUMSTICKS: A good
dinner means turkey
for Thanksgiving at
Chief's Mess ......... 8

TOP OF PAGE ONE:
An F/A-18C Hornet
assigned to the
"Vigilantes" of Strike
Fighter Squadron (VFA)
151 lands aboard the
Nimitz-class aircraft car-
rier USS Abraham Lincoln
(CVN 72).


He says tomato'she says 'tomata'

Chaplain helps couples

speak the same lingo

BY MC2 RACHEL MCMARR
Southernmost Flyer

Naval Air Station Key West Command
Chaplain Lt. Cmdr. D.C. Dowling hopes to
have helped six local couples turn down
the anger and tune in their hearing to each other at
the first Marriage Therapy Workshop Nov. 19 at the
Truman Annex Chapel.
No, the couples weren't forced to go, in fact, they
simply came out to learn how to communicate with
each other, by assessing themselves and under-
standing new ways to talk to one another.
"It went well," said Dowling. "We had six couples
and I think it was a success."
As couples filtered into the chapel, Dowling,
RP3 Luis Sanchez and a group of volunteers were
there to welcome them and get them started with
see WORKSHOP page 3


HOLIDAYS AT THE NEX

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Old Saint Nick stopped by the Navy Exchange (NEX) on Sigsbee Park to
listen to children' Christmas wishes Nov. 27. Santa gave out candy
canes and took pictures with the many delighted youngsters, and par-
ents took advantage of the sales the NEX offered for Black Friday. Santa will
be at the NEX every Saturday from 10 a.m. 2 p.m. until Christmas. The NEX
is hosting a Moonlight Madness sale tonight from 6 10 p.m. Look for more
NEX holiday sales in upcoming Southernmost Flyers.









IIAVm HISTORY

Lto-







This Week in

! Naval History


E Dec. 4

a 1983 Aircraft from USS John
E Kennedy (CV 67) and USS
Independence (CV 62) strike
against the anti-aircraft posi-
tions in Lebanon that fired on
U.S. aircraft Dec. 3. Two U.S.
Navy planes are shot down in
the strike.


Dec. 5

1941 USS Lexington (CV 2)
sails with Task Force 12 to
transport Marine aircraft to
Midway, leaving no carriers at
Pearl Harbor only days before
the attack on Pearl Harbor.


Dec. 6

1830 The Naval Observatory,
the first U.S. national obser-
vatory, was established in
Washington, D.C.

Dec. 7

1941 Japanese aircraft attack
the U.S. Pacific Fleet based in
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

Dec. 8

1941 The United States
declares war on Japan.

Dec. 9

1941 USS Swordfish (SS 193)
makes the initial U.S. subma-
rine attack on a Japanese ship.

Dec. 10

1941 A patrol bomber from
Patrol Squadron 101 shoots
down a Japanese zero fighter
in first Navy air-to-air kill dur-
ing World War II.


Christmas tree fire safety tips to reduce risk


FROM NAS KEY WEST FIRE AND
EMERGENCY SERVICES

The most joyous of times
can also be deadly. For
example, during the
Christmas season, Christmas
trees are involved in approxi-
mately 400 fires annually,
according to the National
Fire Protection Association.
Short-circuiting tree lights
are cited as the leading cause.
As the holidays approach,
Naval Air Station Key West's
Fire and Emergency Services
Prevention Office offers these
safety tips for choosing and
preparing Christmas trees for
decoration that will minimize
the risk of fire and injuries.


Choosing a Tree

If you're buying an artificial
tree, it should bear the "Fire
Resistant" label. While this
type of tree can catch fire, it
will resist burning and should
extinguish quickly.
If you're buying a natural
tree, buy the freshest you can
find. A fresh tree is green,
needles are hard to pull from
branches and when bent
between your fingers, nee-
dles do not break. The trunk
butt is sticky with resin, and
when tapped on the ground,
the tree should not lose many
needles. Watch out for trees
with a greenish cast to their
trunks and branches; many
growers spray trees with green
paint to make them look more
appealing. Cut at least one
inch off the trunk's base to
expose fresh wood for better
water absorption. A tree will
absorb as much as a gallon
of water or more in the first
24 hours and one or more
quarts a day thereafter. A seal
of dried sap will form over
the cut stump in four to six
hours if water drops below the
base of the tree, preventing
the tree from absorbing water
later when the tree stand is
refilled. If a seal does form,
another fresh cut will need to
be made.


Setting Up and
Decorating Your Tree

Set up the tree away from fire-
places, portable heaters, heat-
er vents and television sets.
Place it out of the way of traffic
and do not block doorways.
Use thin guy wires to secure
tall trees to walls or ceiling; the
wires will be almost invisible.
Because heated rooms dry out
natural trees rapidly, keep the
stand filled with water; check
the water level daily. A six-foot
tree will absorb one gallon of
water every two days.


* Use only lights tested for
safety by a recognized test-
ing laboratory, such as
Underwriters' Laboratories.
Check each set of lights, new
or old, for broken or cracked
sockets, frayed or bare wires,
or loose connections, and
throw out damaged sets.
Miniature lights are pre-
ferred, for their cool-burning
bulbs. Position bulbs so that
they aren't in direct contact
with needles or ornaments.
* Use no more than three
standard-size sets of lights
per single extension cord
(maximum of 200 miniature
lights or 150 larger lights).
Only one extension cord
should be used per outlet.
* Be careful where you place
electrical cords. Don't run
electrical cords under rugs;
walking traffic can weaken
the insulation and the wires
can overheat, increasing the
chances for fire or electric
shock. Be careful when plac-
ing cords behind or beneath
furniture; pinched cords can
fray and short. Keep animals
away from cords to avoid


entanglement and chewing.
Keep cords and lights away
from the tree's water supply.
* Never use electric lights on
a metallic tree. The tree can
become charged with elec-
tricity from faulty lights, and
a person touching a branch
could be electrocuted.
Turn off all lights before
going to bed or leaving the
house. The lights could short
out and start a fire.
* Use only non-combustible
or flame-resistant materials
to trim a tree.
* Never use lighted candles on
a tree (even an artificial tree)
or near other evergreens. -
Always use non-flammable
holders, and place candles
where they will not be
knocked down.
* Decorative lighted villages,
Nativity scenes, electric
trains and other electrically
powered scenery and figures
should be monitored like
other decorative lighting.

Safe End to the
Holiday Season
For many folks, it's hard to let
go of the holiday spirit, and
taking down the Christmas
tree isn't nearly as much fun
as putting it up. But the lon-
ger a tree stays up, the greater
a fire hazard it becomes. It's
best to discard trees within
one month after purchase. The
best way to dispose of your
tree is to take it to a tree recy-
cling center or have it hauled
away by a community pick-up
service. If you live in the coun-
try or town where there is no
tree recycling or pick-up pro-
gram, contact local authorities
for a recommended means of
disposal.
Careful handling of lights
when you are taking them
down and repacking them will
reduce the chances of damag-
ing a good set of lights.
For more information on
Christmas tree safety, please
call the NAS Key West Fire
and Emergency Services
Prevention Office at 293-5799.


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.









Can I get a

witness?

here was a screech and
then a "bam, bam" that
woke us up at 12:30
one night. A driver missed the
turn, went over the sidewalk,
and into the water. On another
evening a screech and a "bam"
interrupted our dinner on the
balcony. The driver ended up
under his scooter after leav-
ing the road and hitting some
rocks. We have witnessed driv-
ers as they park their cars on the



Workshop
continued from page 1


a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
Test. The 16-page assessment
identifies people's prefer-
ences, said Dowling, and puts
them into classifications such
as "introvert" or "extrovert," a
"thinker" or a "feeler."
Dowling said the assess-
ment is an important first
step because it helps couples
understand their preferences
which sometimes are based on
how people have grown up.


Job Title: Aircraft
maintainer
Prior Duty Stations: HS-7,
NAS Jacksonville, Fla.
Hobbies: Fishing, working
on cars and sports.
Most Interesting
Experience: Living in
Cyprus, Greece.
Future Plans: Finish
college.


sidewalk and others make ille-
gal u-turns at the ninety-degree
bend where South Roosevelt
Boulevard and Bertha meet.
Every day there is something
new to witness in KeyWest.
Witnesses are important.
Recently I conducted a wed-
ding outside on Trumbo Point
and after the wedding I needed
the signatures oftwo witnesses.
Witnesses are a necessary part
of many official events, but to
be a witness usually is not a
special calling. Often what we
witness is just part of life. The
longer you live, the more you
are going to witness.


"Understand that the dynam-
ics of a person have a lot to do
with who we are and why we do
what we do," said Dowling. "It's
hard to understand a complex
individual, and when two people
come together there are a lot
of dynamics in that. If you can
understand your partnerthen you
can improve communication"
"The workshop was very
good, and very informative,"
said Carmen Kelsick, a partici-
pant. "After taking the Myers-
Briggs Type Indicator, I actually
learned a lot about myself and
my husband."


AM3 Michael Kerfoot


Marvin Gaye had a popu-
lar song entitled, "Can I Get a
Witness." Gaye's song is about
love gone bad, but the title


CHAPLAIN'S
CORNER






NAS Key West
Command Chaplain
Lt. Cmdr.
D. C. Dowling


and mean-
ing is rooted
in the African
American
church expe-
rience. "Can I
get a witness?"
is a question
that one who
was testifying
about God's
saving help in
their life would


ask of the congregation. It


"We are a lot more compat-
ible than I thought," she added,
laughing.
After the assessment, the
group moved into talking
about active listening. During
this portion the couples learn
a group of skills that help tell
the speaker they are listening.
Some of these include keeping
eye contact, acknowledging the
speaker, really hearing the per-
son, being able to paraphrase
back what they said, being
non-judgmental and fact-find-
ing communication.
"I try to convey active listen-
ing is a skill good for commu-
nication, not only with each
other, but also with other peo-
ple," Dowling said.
After couples learn to master
these skills, they move into a
more involved activity "X, Y,
Z" statements.
"It's a statement like 'When
you do this [X], in this cir-
cumstance [Y], I feel this [Z],'"
Dowling said. "When a couple
puts their feelings into the X, Y,
Z statements, they can explain
how it impacts them without
making the other person defen-
sive or using threats."
"My wife and I use these
statements," Dowling said. "One
time, I came home later than
normal. When I got home she
said 'I was worried because you
didn't call and you were late.' I
could feel what mybehavior did
to her, it was not accusatory, and
I didn't have to be defensive.
"She opened up for me to see
into her and see how she felt," he


sought confirmation from oth-
ers of what had happened in
their life through God's grace.
Witnesses were important in
the Bible. A witness confirmed
the truth about a person or
event and John the Baptist was
a witness to the real meaning of
Christmas. He wasn't old enough
to do it at Christ's birth, but
he grew up and showed every-
one where to look and who to
believe in. He got to experience
something new; something that
changed his life and his world.
He was a witness.
Christmas celebrates how
God came down and lived


among us in human flesh. John
was a witness to that ongoing :
event. He experienced Christ's "
impact onpeople's lives and was 3
called to witness to that fact. F
The true celebration of
Christmas comes through -
understanding that it is more
than a day; it is the celebra- '
tion of God's continual work
in the lives of people. Can I get m
a witness?
Contemporary Christian
Worship continues each
Sunday at 10 a.m. at the
Truman Annex Chapel. This a
Sunday marks the second
Sunday in Advent.


U.S. Navy photo by MC2 Rachel McMarr
Naval Air Station Key West Command Chaplain Lt. Cmdr. D.C. Dowling
watches over couples who are busy completing their Myers-Briggs
Type Indicator assessments Nov. 19 at the Truman Annex Chapel.


continued. "The ball was in my
court. Did I want her to feel wor-
ried? No. Now, if I'mlate, I' call."
This type of communica-
tion helps to change negative
behaviors into positive ones
and to help couples learn about
what they consider a negative
or a positive, he said.
"All couples need to come
a place to see themselves as a
team, as partners who solve
problems together," he added.
"And they need to turn fighting
each other into fighting with
each other for a solution."
A big deterrent to communi-
cation, Dowling stressed, can
be learning to forgive.
"Marriage needs forgive-
ness to move onwards," he
explained.
"When we haven't forgiven
someone, we hold a debt over
them. And if we have a debt,
we're looking for payment. It's
not so much you release them,
but by forgiving them you
release yourself."
After the workshop, Kelsick


said it was a great tool for cou-
ples, even if they believed they
didn't have communication
problems.
"The workshop is geared to
learn how to use tools for a bet-
ter communication and under-
standing of each other. I highly
recommend it," she said.
What's unique about the
workshop, Dowling said, is
that couples get a chance to
be social, find out they are not
alone and that every relation-
ship is not perfect.
"I hear 'We're not so weird
after all,'" Dowling said, laugh-
ing, "Other couples are going
through the same thing and
others have to work at it too."
Dowling, who holds two
masters degrees in divin-
ity and counseling and was
part of Chaplain's Religious
Enrichment Development
Operation (CREDO), where he
conducted numerous marriage
retreats, said he plans to hold
communication workshops
once a quarter.









SRROBERT DE NIRO

6VERYBO DAY'S

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Training
continued from page 1

Using a civilian contractor as
the adversary squadron allows
for direct and on-demand
training with the air wing, said
Matt "Race" Bannon of ATAC.
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the FFSC

Transition Assistance
Program (TAP)
Monday Friday,
7:30 a.m. 4 p.m.
Boca Chica Field Bldg. A980
This five-day workshop pro-
vides the most current infor-
mation and referral services to
exiting military members and
their spouses. Topics offered to
transitioning military person-
nel include individual skills
assessment, career research,
understanding the civilian


to other duties," said Bannon.
"We also provide a dissimilar
aircraft for the wings to train
against."
"This is a very, very key
element in their pre-deploy-
ment training where they
really are able to focus on air-
to-air training," said NAS Key
West Commanding Officer
Capt. Steven Holmes. "They
work in bigger exercises, not
the smaller scenarios, and
they are really learning to


workplace, the job search
process, interviewing tech-
niques and veteran benefits.
Contact your career counselor
to enroll.

Parenting Enrichment
Tuesday, 10 -11 a.m.
Participants will explore prac-
tical methods of positive disci-
pline in order to enhance their
skills as a parent.

Holiday Spending
Wednesday, 2 3 p.m.
'Tis the seasonto spend, spend,
spend. With the holidays upon
us, many families will face the
temptations of consumerism


fight as a team, and react as
a team, against a large adver-
sary presence."
CVW-1 squadrons training
at Key West this month are
Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA)
211 "Fighting Checkmates,"
VFA-136 "Knighthawks," VFA-
11 "The Red Rippers," Marine
Fighter Attack Squadron
(VMFA) 251 "Thunderbolts,"
and Carrier Airborne Early
Warning Squadron (VAW) 123
"The Screwtops."


and the resulting indebted-
ness that often occurs. Come
and explore ways to minimize
holiday expenses as well as
methods to develop an afford-
able and realistic budget.

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.


Balfour Beatty Communities News


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 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 informa-
tion, call the BBC office at
292-5590.

Conch Tour Trolley
to view holiday lights
BBC is hosting a trolley ride
for residents and families. It is
an annual event where we will
board the Conch Tour Trolleys
for an hour-long tour of the
holiday lights. Please call the
office as seating is limited. The
tours are Dec. 16 and 19 at 7
p.m. We will be picked up at
the bank parking lot next to


the Peary Court entrance. For
more details call 292-5590.

Upcoming Events
Dec. 12
* Children's Pancake Breakfast
at the NEX.
Dec. 16
* Conch Trolley Holiday Light
Tour at 7 p.m.
Dec. 19
* Conch Trolley Holiday Light
Tour at 7 p.m.
For more information,
please visit our website www.
BalfourBeattyCommunities.
com



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'a date which will live in infamy'







CRUISING CIVILIANS


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Naval Air Station Key West civilian employees enjoyed a cruise to Nassau Nov. 13 16,
sponsored by the NAS Key West Civilian Recreation Association (CRA). Eligible civilian
employees had part of the cost paid by the CRA. The CRA also will be sponsoring the
annual holiday prime rib luncheon from 11:30 1 p.m. Dec. 16 at Trumbo Palms. Look for fly-
ers for more information or contact your CRA representative or call 293-2518.


Holiday safety

standdown

features

traffic safety

comedian

FROM NAS KEY WEST PUBLIC
AFFAIRS
aval Air Station Key
West's holiday safety
standdown, sched-
uled for Wednesday, will fea-
ture a stand-up comedian
who also happens to be a traf-
fic safety expert.
Steve Verret has performed
hundreds of comedy and
safety shows for Sailors and
Marines around the coun-
try and will bring his unique
brand of safety humor to the
air station during the two
standdown periods: 9 11 a.m.
at the Sigsbee Community
Center and 1 3 p.m. at Bldg.
A515 on Boca Chica Field.
Verret is the lead instructor


see SAFETY page 16


Thank you to all

Should like to sincerely thank my friends and the NAS Key 3
West family for their support and prayers as I cared for my F
husband Joe, who succumbed to injuries resulting from i
a fall. I would especially like to thank those MWR employees T
who donated leave time so that I could be with him.
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Santa's operator will call your home during the
time you choose below and Santa will come on
the line to speak to your child and wish him or her
a "Very, Merry Christmas!" .

Please PRINT CLEARLY


Your name:


Phone number:
Child's name/nickname:
(Please provide phonelic spelling if
needed:
Girt/Boy?
What does child want for Christmas?
Child's recent accomplishment or good deed:

Favorite friend, relative or sibling:

Call time (pick 1):
[ 6-6:30 p.m. Dec. 16 6:30-7 p.m. Dec. 16
S6-6:30 p.m. Dec. 17 6:30-7 p.m. Dec. 17

Please fill out additional cards for additional
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Navigator's celebrates
Sthe holidays
Navigator's Bar and Grill
at Boca Chica Marina has
Planned a number of holiday
activities.
* Tree Decorating will be from
6 8 p.m. today with patrons
i- receiving ornaments to cus-
tomize and hang on the
E tree.
S* The Jeanne Smith jewelry
" show is set for 4 6 p.m.
Wednesday.
SThe Holiday Party, featuring
Zack Seemiller and a special
food menu, will begin at 5
p.m. Dec. 11.
For more information, call
293-2468.

NEX Annual Children's
Pancake Breakfast
The Navy Exchange on Sigsbee
Park will be hosting the 4th
Annual Children's Pancake
Breakfast from 7:30 9:30 a.m.
Dec. 12.
The breakfast, supported
by MWR and Balfour Beatty
Communities, is free to young-
sters 16 and under.
The event coincides with the
NEX Children's Shopping Hour
from 8 9 a.m. Children can
get a free photo with Santa
and Santa's elves will be on
hand to help youngsters shop
for holiday gifts for their fam-
ily and friends. The volunteer
elves from the Sigsbee RV Park
will also help them gift wrap
their presents.

Sunset Lounge to
broadcast Army-Navy
The Sunset Lounge will be
showing the Army-Navy game
on multiple screens Dec. 12.
The fun will begin at 1 p.m.
and the day will include a buf-
fet and contests. Call 797-1135
for more information.

Watch Lighted Boat
Parade from Sebago
ITT is once again hosting
an opportunity to watch the
annual Lighted Boat Parade


MWR Update


Dec. 12 aboard the Sebago.
The charter will cost $20 and
includes snacks, beverages
and gratuity.
Check-in is at 7:30 p.m. at
the boat, docked at the foot of
William Street. ITT will provide
free transportation departing
the ITT office at 7 p.m. The
parade begins about 8 p.m.
Call 293-4173 for more infor-
mation.

Youngsters can sign up
for "Santa Calls"
MWR has made arrange-
ments for Santa to call young-
sters whose parents are active
duty, retired military or who
work for NAS Key West and its
tenant commands.
Forms are available in the
Southernmost Flyer and at the
Youth Center. They must be
turned into the Youth Center
in person by Dec. 14. Calls will
be made from 6 7 p.m. on
Dec. 16 and Dec. 17.
For more information, call
293-4437.

Registration open for
SAC Winter Camp
Registration is now open
for the School Age Care (SAC)
Winter Camp at the Youth
Center on Sigsbee Park.
The camp provides school
age care over the winter break.
Forms are available at the
Youth Center. Registration will
remain open until all slots are
filled. For more information,
call 293-4437.

Beachside Grill weekly
specials
* Monday Chicken mole
sandwich: Grilled chicken,
avocado, papaya, lettuce,
tomato and mole sauce on
ciabatta bread, panini-ed.
Tortilla soup.
* Tuesday Mushroom Swiss
burger: 1/2 lb. Black Angus
patty, Swiss cheese, grilled
onions and lettuce on a
Kaiser roll. Pasta fagioli.
* Wednesday- BBQ beef sand-
wich: Our own BBQ beef, on


Kaiser roll. Broccoli cheese
soup.
* Thursday Pepperoni pizza
burger: 1/2 lb. Black Angus
patty, provolone cheese,
pizza sauce and pepperoni
on a Kaiser roll. Pasta fagioli.
* Dec. 11 Traveling tuna sub:
Tuna mix, cheddar cheese
on ciabatta bread, panini-
ed. Hearty bean and smoked
pork soup.

Runway Grill Lunch
Buffet menu
The lunch buffet at Runway
Grill on Boca Chica runs from
11 a.m. 1 p.m.
* Monday Chicken fajitas
* Tuesday Chicken parmesan
* Wednesday Beef stew
* Thursday Chicken-fried
steak
* Friday Popcorn shrimp,
fish fingers
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 available
at the Runway Grill, including
Starbucks specialty coffees.


December Fitness

Monday
* 10 a.m. Fit and Fabulous
(Community Center,
Sigsbee)
* 4:30 p.m. Yoga Fit (Boca
Chica Studio)
* 5:30 p.m. Pump (Boca
Chica Gym)
* 6 p.m. -Yoga 101 (Boca Chica
Studio)
Tuesday
* 11 a.m. Butts and Guts
(Boca Chica Gym)
* 4:30 p.m. Step (Boca Chica
Gym)
* 6 p.m. Yoga Fit (Boca Chica
Studio)
* 6:30 p.m. Zumba (Boca
Chica Gym)
Wednesday
* 10 a.m. Fit and Fabulous
(Community Center,
Sigsbee)


* 11 a.m. Kickboxing (Boca front desk and get sweating!
Chica Gym) 100 Mile Club A continu-
* 4:30 p.m. Yoga Fit (Boca ation from November's
Chica Studio) Incentive Program. Log your
* 6p.m.-Yoga 101 (BocaChica laps on the track at Boca
Studio) Chica. 100 miles = 800 laps!
Thursday
* 11 a.m. Butts and Guts Sports
(Boca Chica Gym)
* 4:30 p.m. Step (Boca Chica Pre-Season Basketball -
Gym) Tuesdays and Thursdays
* 6 p.m. Yoga Fit (Boca Chica until Dec. 17.
Studio) All-handsgolfcontinues every
Friday Friday at 11 a.m. Cost: $30 at
* 10 a.m. Fit and Fabulous the Key West Golf Club.
(Community Center, The Free Throw Shot
Sigsbee) Contest is December's
* 11 a.m. Step/Pump (Boca Sports Incentive Program.
Chica Gym) You must shoot a total of
Saturday 100 free throws by the end
* 10 a.m. Super Pump (Boca of the month. Max of 20 free
Chica Gym) throws a day. Best percent-
* 10 a.m. Zumba (Youth age of baskets made wins!
Center on Sigsbee) Captain's Cup Basketball
begins Jan. 12.
Sigsbee Studio
Holiday Hours
* Indoor Cycling Tuesdays
and Thursdays at 6 p.m. Dec. 24: 8 a.m. noon
Dec. 25: Closed
Fitness Runs & Events Dec. 31:8 a.m. noon.
Jan. 1: Closed
* PearlHarborRemembrance
5K Run Monday, 7 a.m. at For more information
the Boca Chica Gym on sports call Evans at
* Jingle Jog 5K Run/Walk & 1 293-2683 or e-mail evans.
Mile Fun Run Dec. 12 at 9 sportsnaskw@yahoo.com.
a.m. at the Sunset Lounge
on Sigsbee Park. For more information on
* FitFamilyHolidays- Sunday fitness schedules/events
at 2 p.m. at the Boca Chica call 293-2480 or e-mail
Studio. We will lighten up bocachicagym@gmail.com.
traditional menus and focus
on family fun. Gym Hours
* 12 Days of Pain A great way
to change up your fitness 5:30 a.m. 9:30 p.m. week-
routine! Get your 12 Days days and 9 a.m. 5 p.m.
of Pain Worksheet from the weekends.















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Contributed photos
Volunteers from VFA 106 "The
Gladiators," and Sailors from
Naval Air Station Key West have
been busy before the holidays work-
ing at Habitat for Humanity housing
construction at Bayside Landing on
Big Coppitt Key and Stock Island.
Sailors from NAS and its tenant com-
mands worked at Bayside Landing Nov
12 and at the Stock Island Apartments
on Nov. 13. The Gladiators worked at
Bayside Landing Nov. 14 and got a lot
of painting, carpentry and other work
done. Both groups helped to put the
Habitat families closer toward getting
into their new homes.
Any individual or group wishing to
volunteer with Habitat for Humanity
should visit Habitat's web site at www.
habitatlowerkeys.org and click on
"Volunteer" for complete information
or call Anna Symington at 294-9006.




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Thanksgiving

at the Chiefs Mess




SU.S. NAVY PHOTOS BY MC3 MICHAEL MCNABB

S A sign at the entrance of the Chief's Mess on Boca Chica Field welcomes
all to the Thanksgiving Day meal Nov. 27. The event was held to give single
Sailors and watchstanders who are away from their families a place to
spend Thanksgiving, right.


AMC (AW) Kevin Killworth pulls out a deep-fried turkey while ADCS (AW) Michael Ratliffe
prepares to take the bird to the kitchen to be carved. There were 22 turkeys and eight
hams served to the more than 150 attendees of the meal.


HMC (SW/AW) John Turbeville plays football with his daughters.


Sailors line up to get helpings of an assortment of food.












































Pies, brownies and deviled eggs were a few of the many
foods NAS Key West chiefs prepared.


NAS Key West Commanding Officer Capt. Steven
Holmes performs dish duty.


A young pool shark lines up his next shot.


Navy family members enjoy the Thanksgiving Day meal at the Chief's Mess.


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100 MILE CLUB WINNER


20 YEARS OF SERVICE


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K nneth Hanna completed 800 laps in 21 days Nov. 23
to become the first Naval Air Station Key West's MWR
witness 100 Mile Club winner. MWR Fitness Director Jill
Lynch, right, said, "Kenny Hanna is a true inspiration and now
he is ready for 'The Days of Pain!'" Along with the 100 Mile
Club, The 12 Days of Pain is a fitness incentive program spon-
sored by MWR Fitness. For more information, call 293-2480.


U.S. Navy photo by MC2 Rachel McMarr


leet and Industrial Supply Center Jacksonville (FISCJ) Detachment Key West
Supply Officer Lt. Cmdr. Carlos Gomez presents a certificate to FISCJ Supply
Systems Analyst Gina Sonzogni in recognition of her 20 years of government ser-
vice Nov. 19 in the supply warehouse on Naval Air Station KeyWest's Boca Chica Field.


NAS Classifieds


MOTOR VEHICLES/RVs
2003 Chevy Cavalier, red, 4-door, radio/
CD player, some cosmetic damage, runs
great. Transferring, must sell. Asking
$1,500. Call (412) 706-0181, leave mes-
sage.
2004 Yamaha R1, liquid silver, just more
than 4,000 miles, well maintained, looks
new. Comes with motorcycle stands and
two new helmets. Has a blue LED light
kit attached. Asking $9,000 firm. Call
(305) 304-5314.
Black 2003 Fatboy, 14k miles, chrome
extras, custom rims, pulley, brake rotors
cut to match and black powder coated.
$14,000. Call Ryan at (305) 923-1941.
2002 Mustang GT, yellow convertible,
leather seats, excellent condition, low
mileage, asking $12,900 OBO. Call (305)
509-1677.
1996 Bounder motor home, 35' excel-
lent condition, 454 motor, 5,000 watt
generator, backup camera, heated mir-
ror, solar energy, microwave, jacks,
power step, island queen bed, etc. At
Trumbo, spot 752, $18,500 OBO. Call
(305) 509-1677.
1994 Ford F-150, blue, V8 5.0 liter,
long bed, auto transmission, runs excel-
lent, new gearbox, power steering, locks,
windows, very clean inside and out.
122K miles. $2,300 OBO. Call (814)
397-1343.
2004 Dodge Dakota, single cab, cold
A/C, AM/FM/CD, 50K miles, standard,
red, good condition. $6,000 OBO. Call
Chad at (808) 291-3662.
2005 Chrysler Sebring Convertible,
excellent condition, 83K miles, $8,000.
Call Terri at (305) 395-9551.
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/uphol-


stery, price reflects. Drastically reduced, MISCELLANI
$45,500. Call (678) 640-1142 or e-mail Scrapbooking
saundrac9@gmail.com. embellishments
2001 Dodge Ram 1500, black, 4x4, tools, instruction
cruise control, power steering/windows/ of this is brain
locks, short cab and bed, 81,000 miles. Need to see t
Some rust and paint fading. Asking at 304-7023.
$5,000. Call (813) 493-1294. Kenmore St
2005 40' Recreation by Design Travel Stainless steel,
Trailer. 2/2, queen in master, bunk beds loading washed
in second, three slide outs, central A/C, good condition
$19,995 OBO. Call Justin at (305) 587- use in tight spa
0918. Leviticus at (90
2003Toyota Camry LE four-door sedan, Iljumpman@yal
83,000 miles, gray, moon roof, cruise White ferret, 3
control, power steering/windows/locks, shots up to da
Excellent body and mechanical condi- safe for small k
tion, asking $6,700. Call Jeff at 293-2408 bag of food inc
or 296-3281. 291-3662.
1966 Ford Mustang Coupe project. New Two free gert
firewall, floor pans and cowl installed. Chad at (808)
New gas tank in box, includes 302/5.0
block, heads and intake, $1,500 OBO. ROOMMATE
More than $3,000 invested. Call Chris at Roommate w
(305) 731-3863. waterfront hom


BOATS & ACCESSORIES
1998 Regal 1900 LSR, new starter, new
ignition, new Bimini top, swim ladder, fab-
ric needs repair for front bow cushions
and rear seat and engine compartment.
Runs well, NADA low value is $6,020.
Asking $3,000. Contact Lucy at (305)
304-5314.
2000 Sea-Doo XP 951CC, very nice
hull. Needs engine rebuilt, could be
used for parts. New electrical box, Skat-
Trac impeller, new starter, M-line seat
cover and new Hydro-Turf mats. Great
looking ski. Comes with a trailer, life vest
and DESS key. $1,200 OBO. Call (814)
397-1343.
2002 21' Seafox with 125 HP Mercury
outboard engine. Comes with trailer,
GPS, fish finder, Bimini top, boat cov-
ers, CD player and live well. Asking
$9,000 OBO. Call Melissa at (831)
241-8450.


EOUS
items for sale: papers,
, ribbons, rubber stamps,
n books and more. Much
nd-new or gently used.
o appreciate it. Call Katy

ackable Washer/Dryer.
extra large capacity front
r and economic dryer. In
and designed for easy
ces. Asking $500. Call
14) 563-7855 or e-mail at
hoo.com.
Years old, $50 OBO. All
te, playful and great and
ids. Cage, leash and one
luded. Call Chad at (808)

bils, cage included. Call
291-3662.


ranted to share great
e, 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 Big Pine Key Duplex. Great boat-
ing, A/C, heat, ceiling fans, tile floors
and countertops. Newly painted, W/D
hookup, available immediately, $1,200,
one year lease F/L/S. Call Bonnie (305)
509-4173.
2/2 MM 10, brand new apartments, tile
floors, central A/C, coin washer and
dryer. No smoking, $1,200/month plus
utilities, F/L/S. Call (305) 797-1416.
2/1 duplex, all appliances, laundry hook-


ups, front and back yard, available now,
$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.
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
neighborhood Non smoking home/small
pet considered, $1,950 F/US. Call (305)
3930-3913 or (305) 872-0082.
FOR SALE
Key Colony Beach Duplex, 1/1, 670
square foot, dry lot, $110,000. Call Terri
at (305) 395-9551.
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 orfull-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
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.
Seamstress at your service. All mili-
tary uniforms done to specs, hemming
and minor alterations. Same-day service
available. Call Lauran at (239) 938-6854.
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.
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,
michael.k.mcnabb@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 number must
accompany all requests in order for them
to be considered for publication. For
more information, call 293-2434.







Friday, DECEMBER 4, 2009


keysnews.com/classifieds


Southernmost Flyer 11


NOTICETO
ADVERTISERS
In case of errors,
please check your ad
the first day it appears.
In the event of an error,
we are responsible for
the first incorrect inser-
tion of an ad. The Citi-
zen does not assume
responsibility for any
reason beyond the cost
of the ad itself.

CANCELLATIONS
All word ad rates are
placement fees and
non-refundable (for fre-
quency days canceled).
Ads may be removed
from publication with
placement fee remain-
ing.

CHANGES
Once an ad has been
placed only acceptable
minor changes can be
made to the ad.

REWARD
Lager black cat, white
belly, yellow eyes, Lost
around Thanksgiving, off
Duck Ave., between 17th
& 18th St. Please call
305-849-9011

ADULT CAREGIVER
NEEDED
In Marathon area. Expe-
rience preferred. Must be
honest, dependable and
have a good attitude. For
more information call
231-620-2342.



BOOTH SALES &
RENTAL AGENT
Booth Sales Reps and
Rental Agents. with
proven sales ability, must
be reliable and highly
motivated. E-mail your
resume:
kwemplov@ mail.com


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
MENTAL HEALTH
COUNSELORS
NEEDED
To provide services for
Healthy Start clients
throughout the Keys.
Spanish, Creole helpful.
Flexible hours at your lo-
cation, very part-time,
competitive hourly rate.
Clients are pregnant
women and new moth-
ers. Must have verified
Florida counseling licen-
sure credentials. Contact
Florida Keys Healthy
Start Coalition
fkhsc@vahoo.com
or 293-8424
COOKS
Line Cooks wanted.
FT/PT available.
Apply in person MM27.5
Ramrod Key Boondocks.
Competitive wages.
ALONZOS
is currently seeking back
of the house kitchen
managers. Applications
can be picked up at:
700 Front Street 11-4pm
305-294-5880
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.


Financial Aid and
Support Services
at Florida Keys Commu-
nity College. Assists the
Director in day to day
clerical and administra-
tive activities. Provides
general and detailed fi-
nancial aid information
and opportunities to stu-
dents regarding various
grants, loans and the
work-study program. As-
sociate's degree in re-
lated field required, with
two years office experi-
ence. Ability to work well
with faculty, staff, and
students essential. Gen-
erous benefit package.
Close date: Thursday
December 3, 2009 4pm.
Applications and informa-
tion available online
www.fkcc.edu
or contact Human Re-
sources, 305-809-3118
EOE. M/F/D/V.

EARN EXTRA MONEY
Deliver the new AT&T
Real Yellow Pages in the
FL. Keys and Key West
areas. FT/PT, daily work,
quick pay, must be 18
yrs+, have drivers license
& insured vehicle
(800)422-1955 Ext. 4
8:00A-4:30P Mon-Fri

ASSISTANT
TO THE DEAN
Marine Science & Tech-
nology at Florida Keys
Community College as-
sists the Dean with ad-
vanced administrative
duties pursuant to the
goals and operational
needs of the Division, co-
ordinates efforts among
the division staff, admin-
istrators, College staff,
students, and the com-
munity to assure effective
operation of all Marine
Science and Technology
programs. Generous
benefit package. Close
date: Tuesday, Decem-
ber 8, 2009 4pm. Posi-
tion to start January 4,
2010. Applications and
information available on-
line www.fkcc.edu or
contact Human Re-
sources, 305-809-3118
EOE M/F/D/V


OVERSEAS LUMBER
SUPPLY
is now accepting applica-
tions for employment at
our brand new Big Pine
facility for the following
positions:
Paint Specialist/Retail
Sales-applicant must
have extensive knowl-
edge of paint, paint mix-
ing and retail sales expe-
rience.
Yardworker/Driver-ap-
plicant must have a cur-
rent Class B CDL li-
cense, be able to
load/unload building ma-
terials and work daily out-
side.
Both positions are full
time with competitive pay
and benefits. Please ap-
ply in person at 30500
Overseas Highway, Big
Pine Key. EOE

POSITIONS
AVAILABLE
at
WESTIN KEY WEST.
SUNSET KEY. MARINA
WEATHER STATION
AND BANANA BAY
Westin
**Reservations Agent F/T
**Must be able to work
on weekends.
**Security P/T
is nights and weekends
only, must have
experience.
**Bellstand F/T
Sunset Key
**Security P/T is nights
and weekends only, must
have experience.
**Fluency in English is
necessary, experience is
required.
**All applicants for these
positions are required to
have high end hospitality
experience.
+Previous applicants
need not apply again.
*Applications hours are
from 9am to 4pm.
Drug Free Work Place -
An Equal Opportunity
Employer Apply in Per-
son 245 Front Street,
Key West or Email
Resume to:
HR@westinkevwestresort.com


LINE COOK
Full-time morning and
evenings wanted. Experi-
ence necessary Apply in
person Out Of The Blue,
1019 White St.
296-6116.
F/T HOUSEKEEPER
Must have valid driver's
license and ability to ride
a scooter. Schedule
varies. Apply in person
at 219 Simonton Street.
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.


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Tribute Band. Hopefully
with vocal ability for
background singing. Call
Bobby J @305-292-2700
OFFICE ASSISTANT
NEEDED
Must know Quickbooks.
For a busy small office in
Big Pine Key. Flexible
full-time hours. Hourly
$10-$12 hour. Fax re-
sume 305-872-0985.


LICENSE REALTOR
ASSISTANT
Position avail. With Local
Real Estate Company
Please call R.Vazquez
305-395-1777.
BICYCLE DELIVERY
DRIVER & MECHANIC
WANTED
2 positions. Bicycle repair
experience a plus. Must
be well spoken with clean
appearance. Fill out ap-
plication at 830 Eaton St


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Experienced Floral
Designer: Apply in
person @ Key West
Chemical 909 Simonton
Street 294-2483
RETAIL SALES
Part-time/full-time posi-
tion available for experi-
enced retail sales per-
son. Please apply in per-
son to Fury Surf Shack
241 Front St. (behind the
Westin Hotel).
RETAIL SALES
Experienced salesperson
needed. Apply in person,
719 Duval Street. Hourly
+ commission.
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
SALES & MARKETING
agency looking for highly
motivated and enthusias-
tic sales representative to
join our fast growing and
successful sales team.
Must possess a friendly,
outgoing personality and
genuine interest in help-
ing customers. Confident
& energetic, with the abil-
ity to engage customers
& encourage them to
experience your product.
Email resume to:
keywestsales@ Qmail.com
or fax to 305-292-9689


BIOLOGIST FULL-TIME
With broad knowledge in
Public Health including
mosquitoes and mosqito-
borne tropical diseases
such as dengue and
malaria. Familiarity with
PCR testing is essential.
Master of Public Health
Degree preferred.
Florida Keys Mosquito
Control District
Call 305-292-7190
for information.


SALES CONSULTANT
$100K+ Career for
Proven Closers We have:
*the #1 leadership posi-
tion in our industry. *an
endless flow of qualified
customers to our doors.
*an incredible luxury
high-end desirable prod-
uct. *world-class paid
training and continuing
career development. *a
very positive team envi-
ronment where you can
thrive. You MUST: *Be a
one-call closer and top
producer.*Have a proven
three-year track record of
sales success. *Possess
great presentation skills
and perseverance. *Be a
high achiever, goal ori-
ented, & financially
driven. *Have 3 years
commission sales experi-
ence in vacation owner-
ship, luxury sales,
high-end jewelry or simi-
lar industries. If you are a
proven closer, we en-
courage you to send your
resume for consideration
through this posting. To
apply please send re-
sume to
william.dammann@Deterlik.com
no phone calls please.


MECHANICS
Tired of working flat-rate?
Looking for secure in-
come with benefits? We
are looking for full-time
ASE certified technicians.
Pay commensurate with
certifications and experi-
ence. Clean driving re-
cord is a must. Full
benefit package available
for all FT positions, in-
cluding 401 (k), Med,
Den, Life, and 2 wks va-
cation. Apply in person
at 122 Simonton St. or
1805 Staples Ave., Ste
101 or fax resume to
292-8939 or 292-8993 or
email us at:
kevott@ historictours.com
EOE & Drug Free
Workplace.

SENIOR FINANCIAL
AID SPECIALIST
At Florida Keys Commu-
nity College assists the
Director in the day to day
clerical and administra-
tive activities related to
loan processing. Primary
duties focus on the in-
take, certification, fulfill-
ment and reconciliation
of federal student loan.
The Senior Specialist
monitors students to en-
gage them in default pre-
vention activities to miti-
gate the risk of potential
default. Generous benefit
package. Close date:
Tuesday, December 8,
2009 4pm. Applications
and information available
online www.fkcc.edu or
contact Human Re-
sources, 305-809-3118
EOE M/F/D/V


SLOPPY JOE'S BAR
SOUND ENGINEER
Currently seeking a
part-time Sound Engi-
neer. Qualified candi-
dates must possess the
following:
* Minimum of two (2)
years of on-the-job live
sound and lighting
experience.
Strong knowledge of
various types of music.
Knowledge of sound
reinforcement.
Ability to lift a minimum
of 25 Ibs.
Flexibility to work
nights and some day
hours and special
events.

If you qualify, send re-
sume or qualifications to
Marian Kershenbaum at
marian @ sloppyjoes.com
or fax to 305-294-4085 or
stop at 201 Duval Street
to complete and applica-
tion for review.


PIER HOUSE RESORT
F/T Openings
Room Attendant
House Person
Current, strong, stable,
verifiable experience
required.
Excellent benefits
package available.
Shift meal & parking.
EOE, M/F/D/V
Drug Free Workplace
Apply: H/R Dept.
One Duval St.
M F, 10am-4pm
SPEECH-LANGUAGE
PATHOLOGIST
Small school seeking
licensed Specialist for
part-time employment
E-mail application with
resume by 12/14/09 to:
admin@keywestomontessorl.com
TOUR GUIDE PART
TIME
Truman's Little White
House.
Please apply in person
207 Simonton St.
(305)296-4557
EOE/Drug Free
Workplace.
WANTED
EXP. HAIRDRESSER
Preferably with local
clientele.
The Pier House Resort's
Caribbean Spa.
Must have exp with
Updos and Makeup.
Please contact the
Spa Manager at
305-295-3293
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
*Event and Media
Coordinator

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



EARN EXTRA MONEY
Deliver the new AT&T
Real Yellow Pages in the
FL. Keys and Key West
areas. FT/PT, daily work,
quick pay, must be 18
yrs+, have drivers license
& insured vehicle
(800)422-1955 Ext. 4
8:00A-4:30P Mon-Fri


Rat Terrier Puppies
2 Adorable Males, tails
docked, first shots UKC
Reg. Ready NOW! $350
797-2402 or 797-6717



Area rug 9x6, charming
floral patch work, $60
295-9575.


Sofa sleeper, 7' queen,
coco color fabric. Exc.
cond $615. 295-9575.


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Used Temporary Elec-
tric Service. $75.
662-401-4077
Rheem Spa & Pool
Heater, never used.
$1500. 662-401-4077
Xmas Ornaments. 10
boxes, collectibles,
enough for 1 ft tree.
$333.304-5533.
Briggs and Stratton
generator. Paid $1,000,
asking $800. Zero hrs ex-
ceptmaint. 11.5 HP Key
start. 305-766-9449.

20" Gas Norge Oven,
white, w/storage drawer
$144 (815)545-8055
Whirlpool over & under
W/D, for eff apt. Like new
$300. 662-401-4077

AVAILABLE NOW
Walk to Duval St. Shared
2BR/1 BA condo. Fur-
nished, pool, hot tub,
W/D, cable, WiFi. $700
plus sec. 1 person, no
pets. 304-2544.
**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


Furn. Room in KeyWest
In 3 bedroom house.
$850 mo. plus $200
sec. util included. No
pets 305-292-2649.
IN HOUSE ON
STOCK ISLAND
Private bathroom, fur-
nished A/C, cable, Inter-
net, washer. Pets ok.
$500 F/L $100 dep
305-395-9855.


ROOMS-- OLD TOWN
Singles $200 & up, Dou-
bles $265 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
EFFICIENCY
Lower Duval St.
Southern Cross Hotel.
Furnished, kitchenette,
private bathroom, short
term or long term.
Starting at $292 per
week. Available immed.
Call 294-3200 for terms,
viewing & to apply.
203 OLIVIA STREET
Newly Remodeled
Room in Conch House
pool, fenced inc. util.
F/L/S. 305-896-0890
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.
$399/week= ($57/nite)
or $129/nite
305-296-5558
www.heartbreakhotel.orq
UPSCALE OLD TOWN
VICTORIAN ROOMS
Priv. entr. & bath. A/C,
TV, micro, fridge, no
smoking, pets, drugs.
$900 to $1,500 mo.
305-304-8555.
QUIET ROOM
For a clean no smoking,
no pets,1 person only.
394-2330.


MM10, 2/1, Quite &
Private, Waterfront
$890/mo. F/L/D. Avail.
now. Limited pets.
305-294-5086
UNFURNISHED 2BR
trailer at G59 Miriam St.,
Stock Island w/new appli-
ances, ceramic tile floor.
745-1365 or 923-6053.
CLEAN FURN 1BR
Mobile home in quiet
neighborhood on Big
Pine. Incls most utils W/D
& Cable. Sorry no dogs.
$750mo or $185 per
week + sec. 849-3121


STOCK ISLAND
2BR/1BA on the water.
Very clean, $1,200 mo.
305-587-0524.
FURN 1/1 MOBILE
in V.O. Resort, MM23,
Gated. Pool, Jacuzzi,
tennis, marina, store,
PO., Win A/C's, No pets.
$775/mo incl. elec. to
$100, water, garbage,
sewer. F/L/S. Ref,
716-308-7418.


2/1.5 WATERFRONT
Davits, furn or unfurn.
MM103 Bayside. Close
to Adams Cut. Hot tub,
grill, extra fridge, many
extras. $1,400 per mo.
305-451-4100.


keywestrentalco.com
Available Now!

Canal Duplex 2/2
Shipyard 2/1

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


SMATHERS BEACH
Oceanfront, ocean view,
patio, 1, 2, and 3 BR con-
dos. Furn and unfurn. 6
mos. or annual lease. 2
pools, tennis courts,
gated, on the beach.
$1,750 to $2,100. Call
Gale Shepard, Broker
305-294-6069, 24/7.
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
SALT PONDS 2/2
W/D, A/C, patio, pool,
storage unit. $1,650/mo.
+ utilities. F/L/S
305-942- 9999.


Efficiency Apartment
New Town
Swimming pool, Jacuzzi,
no pets. $850 util. incl.
F/L/S (305) 797-0242
ON COW KEY
CHANNEL
STOCK ISLAND
Large CBS 1BR/1BA.
Full kitchen, A/C, W/D,
Net, cable, water, park-
ing, $1,150/mo. plus
elec., lease, F/S. No
smokers. S. boat, Dock
No pets. 305-304-0065.


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KEY WEST REALTY
Management Group Inc
305-294-RENT
www.keywestrealtv.com
2Br/1 Ba Atlantic Blvd
W/D hookup, D/W.
$1400 F/S/S
OCEAN WALK
APARTMENTS
KEYWEST
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
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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
AVAIL. NOW
White St. 1/1 $1,150 plus
electric. F/S. No pets or
smoke. 305-304-1620.
SANTA CLARA
2BR/1 BA, $1,500 mo.
plus util. F/L/S.
305-294-9036.
LARGE 2/1
Central A/C, osp, ceiling
fans, Stock Island,
1 year lease, some pets,
$1300.00/month
Plus $500.00 security.
Call Judi 797-7127
2BR/2BA BAHAMA
VILLAGE
Cozy split level house -
part of a condo. $1,200
per month plus utilities,
reasonable deposit.Back.
1BR/1BA, private,
$1,100 per mo. util incl.
Bruce/Broadway Realty
305-294-0250.


SUGARLOAF
Large 3/2 Townhome.
Covered parking, security
system, large deck.
$1500.
Call 305-393-7838
1BR/1BA ON CANAL
W/D, all appliances,
cable, water. $950/mo.
Summerland Key.
(305) 797-6782
BIG COPPITT
Brand new 2BR/2BA.
$1200/mo. & New Effi-
ciency $600/mo + utils
F/L/S. No pets.
(305)797-1416
2/1 Renovated
New appl. Centrally
located. W/D, Move in
ready. No dogs!
$1,000/mo F/L/S.
(305)296-9709


AVAILABLE NOW
2BR/1BA duplex MM94
Bayside, W/D, screen
porch, $1,100 month
305-451-4100.


3/2 WATERFRONT
Situated on 8 secluded
acres in Sugarloaf. Cen-
tral A/C, W/D. $2250/mo.
+ utilities. 305-294-6995


BPK 2BR/2BA HOME
on stilts, Ig fenced yd,
in quiet neighborhood,
central a/c, tiled floors,
screened in porch, no
smoking. Avail Dec. 1st.
$1600/mo + utilities.
F/L/S Must maintain yd.
Call 305-304-8970

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.com


AT HOME KEYWEST
305-296-7975
www.athomekeywest.com
NEW TOWN
Large 4/3 single family
w/ private pool
off street parking
Avail Now
$2,600 /mo plus utilities
F/L/S
3/3 large home with
private spa,
parking & plenty of
Closets.
Pets considered
Avail February
$2,200 /mo plus utilities
F/L/S
KEYWEST GOLF CLUB
3/2.5 unique townhouse
plus den & large covered
screened porch Private
pool Pets considered
Avail Now $2,400/mo
plus utilities F/L/S
3/2.5 home w/ den
In the Sancturary
Covered Parking
Private Pool
Pets Considered
Avail Feb
$2,800/mo plus utilities
F/L/S
See pictures and more
properties @
www.athomekeywest.com
AT HOME IN KEY
WEST
296-7975


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3br/3.5ba Two Blocks
from the beach. One year
old townhouse 2 blocks
from White St. Pier.
Hardwood floors, granite
kitchen, stone baths,
porches and deck with
pool. Fenced yard and off
street parking. Small pets
ok. Will consider short
term lease. $2,750
monthly plus utilities. Call
305-731-6505
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.
3501 B FLAGLER AVE
3BR/2BA
305-745-1365 or
305-923-6053


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
OLD TOWN
3/2 private yard
$1800/mo
KWGC
2/2 fully furn. townhome.
Short term. $2500/mo.
Geiger Key
Completely remodeled
2/1.5 mobile home.
$1300/mo.
Dasha Ray
Conch Realty
305-292-8505


1/1 EFFICIENCY
Stock Island, full kitchen
$800/mo, $250 refund-
able security deposit.
Pets considered. Call
Dotty @ 896-3782

LITTLETORCH KEY
Charming 2/1, ground
level ,quiet area, large
yard, screened porch,
W/D, A/C, incl. ALL util.
$1,300 /mo.
(305)394-1951
Leave message.
BIG PINE 3/2
Boating canal 1,200 sq.
ft., $1,300/mo. F/LS,
OBO (305)745-1935
CLEAN 2/1
Cent/a/c, stove, refrig,
ceiling fans, tile.
$1450/mo. + Utilis. F/US
No dogs (305)294-6381


KEYWEST 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

3/3 TWO STORY HOME
In downtown Key West.
Recently remodeled, tile
floors, spacious kitchen
with all appliances; office.
Within private compound,
use of pool and gardens,
plus private fenced patio.
Off street parking. pet
possible. 1 block from
Duval. Rent annually for
$3000/mo + utilities or
month to month at a dif-
ferent rate. Call owner at
(516) 429-4781.


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AVAILABLE NOW
Riviera Dr. In Key West.
Renovated 1/1 house,
w/d, marble floors, gated
back yard $1300/ mo.
F/L/S 305-731-9990
E41 12TH AVE.
STOCK ISLAND
CBS 3BR/2BA with car-
port. $1,600 per mo.
F/L/S. No dogs. Call
305-294-0735.
SPACIOUS MID TOWN
1/1 w/backyard studio,
new kitchen, storage,
W/D, HD-DVR & DSL incl
Part-time pool & dock.
No smokers/pets.
$1,495/ mo.
305-292-1707.
OLD TOWN
Large 3/2 on Fleming St.
2 decks, W/D, OSP,
$2200/mo. + util.
Sewer & garbage incl.
305-923-4667
CUDJOE KEY
2BR/2BA on canal. Sum-
merland Key, 4BR/2BA
with pool. Call Florida
Keys Realty, Inc.
745-3717.
4BR/3BA ON CANAL
Key Haven, lots of stor-
age, C/A/C, tile, carpet.
Avail. March 1st. $3,500,
F/S. For sale or rent.
305-481-8356.



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


KEY WEST CANAL
HOME
3BR/2.5BA with pool.
Available now. Call
305-395-8977.



TWO STORY
CUL-DE-SAC HOME
in Gainesville, FL
Two story cul-de-sac
home in Robin Lane lov-
ingly restored and im-
proved so you can move
in and relax. Downstairs
master suite with sitting
room, remarkable private
bath with dual sinks,
walk-in shower and pool


access. Office/study, din-
ing room, living room,
family room with brick
wood-burning fireplace,
half bath downstairs.
Craftfully remodeled
kitchen features new
countertops, center is-
land, bar and huge
walk-in pantry. Upstairs
you will find 4 more bed-
rooms and 2 remodeled
baths. Relax on the patio
or deck by the in-ground
pool and the outdoor fire-
place/cook station.
If Interested please con-
tact: ml63028@amail.com

460 COMMERCIAL

Commercial For Lease
Search over 50,000 SF
of Key West office and
retail space for lease at
www.KevsRealEstate.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
ITALIAN RESTAURANT
DELI &TAKE OUT
10 seats, turnkey ready
to go. Rear apt also.
OLD TOWN
2/1 apt. large yard, pool,
with parking. Month to
month or year around.
Mr. Dan. (631) 445-4163
COMMERCIAL
WAREHOUSE
ON STOCK ISLAND
Unit B is 1000 sf w/600sf
of fenced outside storage
$1040/mo.
Call Steve
305-296-5555
Big Pine Commerical
Warehouse
400 sq.ft. $350 plus util.
800 sq.ft. $600 plus util.
600 sq. ft. office with 600
sq. ft. commercial ware-
house attached. $700
plus utils. 305-522-5841.
STORE OR OFFICE
Old Town 423 Simonton,
Art/Antique District,
Excellent Exposure,
$1,250/mo 305-294-3061


1109 TRUMAN AVE.
High traffic Old Town
location. Central A/C.
700 sq.ft. w/show window
For info 305-923-6400


PLUSH OFFICES
in 100 blk of Simonton,
most w/2 desks, some
with computers. Use of
copier, printers, conf.
room, kitchen. $500 to
$800 + ST. Util incl.
MUST SEE! Call Norman
@ 305-304-0429
www.simontonrow.com
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

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



HANDYMAN SPECIAL
Mobile Home For Sale
Poinciana Mobile Home
Park. Call 294-4236.




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

Loan amounts based on
the value of a property
only. No verification of
income, assets or credit.

We will also lend up to
50% or more on short
sale or foreclosure
purchases quickly and
with no verifications.

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


5 HST S
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

Find the perfect place
in Keyswide Classifieds.
Call292-7777x3

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

La Brisa, 309W
Perfect move in ready 2
BR & 2 BA condo across
the street from Smather's
Beach. $374,000

2012 Roosevelt Dr.
3 BR & 2 BA, 1500 sq. ft.
home w/ off street park-
ing & a fenced yard.
$374,000

13 Kingfisher Lane
Absolutely beautiful 3 BR
& 2.5 BA KWGC home
w/ a wrap around porch
& many upgrades.
$395,000

1701 Flagler Ave.
Value priced 1950s 3 BR
& 2 BR cottage w/ many
recent renovation fea-
tures & a studio apt.
$445,000

1800 Atlantic, A403
Just Listed! Ocean view
2 BR & 2 BA penthouse
condo w/ a transient
rental license. $685,000

22 Allamanda Terrace
Key Haven home w/ a full
open water view, dock-
age, 3 BR & 2.5 BA & a 2
car garage. $770,000

Vic Musmanno, P.A.
Coldwell Banker Schmitt
305-294-0123
www.keywestliving.com


Turn Key Laundromat
Available in Big Pine
Key. New efficient equip-
ment. The Keys only
First Class Laundromat
with many commercial
accounts. Claude
Gardner Prudential
Knight & Gardner Realty
305-766-3133.
DELI/FOOD-MARKET
Selling due to Health
Problems. Make offer.15
Barcelona Dr. Big Coppitt
305-294-2220,
305-896-4509.



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.
OWNERS SAY
"BRING OFFERS"!!

*Hampton Inn & Suites,
Marathon. Reduced to
$14,900,000
*6021 Peninsular Ave.
8 Waterfront Acres
Reduced to $9,600,000
*117 Duval Street
Investment Property
Reduced to $6,900,000
*20 Unit Guesthouse
Old Town. Reduced to
$5,999,000
*Summerland Office
Bldg. 10,000sf. on large
lot. Reduced to
$3,285,000
*9 Room Guesthouse
Old town. Reduced to
$2,150,000
*Restaurant & Bar
300 Block Duval
$1,790,000
*Restaurant & Bar
500 Block Duval
$1,675,000
*2800 Flagler Ave.
4 Acres. $999,000
*Liquor Store
508 Fleming St.
5-COP Lic. & RE.
$899,000
*Northside Dr. Office
1,400 s.f. $495,000
*1420 Petronia St.
Legal Duplex. $599,000
*Free Standing Bldg.
On US 1 Cudjoe
$400,000

Also Offering:

*Historic Harris School
808 Southard St.
17,500 sf. Building.
$22/sf. NNN

*5-COP Liquor License
Unrestricted Monroe
County. One available


Over $20 Million Sold
Property YTD 2009!!!

Curtis Skomp, CCIM
Coldwell Banker
Commercial
Schmitt RE Co.
292.7441-ofc.
304.0084-cell
KevWestCommercial.com

'87 Jeep Wrangler.
Runs good, $1,200 OBO.
305-766-9449

SELL your boat or
car or FIND OUT
who is going to give
you a good deal.
Find it in the

Keyswide

Classifieds!

292-7777x3

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

TIME IS RUNNING OUT!

2010 Kia Forte Koup
In Stock

2009 New Optima LX
-$2,500 Rebate

2009 Kia Borrego
$3,000 Rebate

2010 Kia Forte
Starting at $14,899

2010 Kia Soul
Starting at $13,999

10 year 100,000 mile
warranty. Prices include
all incentives.
Plus DOC fee, Tax &Tag

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

BLOWOUT SALE!!
**Front Line Specials**

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

1998 Toyota Rav4
Auto, a/c, sunroof.
Sale Price $5,988

2005 Mazda6
Auto, a/c, leather.
$249/month

2006 Jeep Commander
Low miles, Fully Loaded.
$399/month

2006 Kia Spectra
auto, a/c. $199/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

2001 Ford Ranger
5 speed, a/c, reg. cab.
$129/month

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

2007 KIA Sportage
Auto, a/c. $289/month

2008 KIA Optima
Auto/A/C
$289/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


Have a Boat

to sell?


Chuck

can


help!

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







Friday, December 4, 2009


keysnews.com/classifieds

KEYSWIDE CLASSIFIED ARE NOW WORLDWIDE


Southernmost Fyer 15


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

W.A.C. + 15% Down +
Tax, Tag & DOC Fee

*Bad Credit is OK with
Us!
*No Credit
*Good Credit
Give Us A Call
305-295-8646


1999 Ford Taurus
SE,109K miles. In good
running condition. $1,900
OBO 294-6979
WE BUY CARS
WE FINANCE CARS
Key West Auto Web
MM.10.5.
305-295-8858.
Mercedes '91 300E.
125,000 mi. black w/grey
leather, runs good.
$3,995 OBO. 743-2042.


2009 Eton Scooter,
blue, 1000 miles. $1,534
OBO. (305)304-8405.

2006 YAMAHA
FZ6, 600cc, blue, 965 mi.
Perfect cond. $4,800
OBO. Call Robin
305-240-0239.

2004, 25' FREEPORT
With electric hitch, super
clean, sleeps 6. $7500
(305)797-1416


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.


31'TROPHY
Twin 225HP 4-stroke
Merc, chart plotter, auto
pilot, gen, air, head, mi-
cro, range, AC/DC ref,
AC/DC freezer, windlass,
XM radio/weather, ste-
reo, 3 axle custom trailer,
80K. 619-5991.

1986, 15' Power Skiff
CC, 48hp Johnson,
trailer. $2,660 394-4616,
923-0182


'07 30'Sailboat Trailer
10k Ibs. Cost $4k. Selling
$1,550 (305)509-4086.



SUNSET MARINA
2 35' wet slips at top of
Tee W/15' beam or 1 70'
for rent or sale (will fin.)
Non liveaboard. Serious
officers considered. Call
305-664-1040 or
587-3566 cell.


WHY is YourAd Not Here? For great results advertise in the KeyWest Citizen! Call 292-7777 ext. 3


A BEAUTIFUL PLACE
TO
KEEP YOUR BOAT!
Dry rack and wet slip
boat storage available at
Sunset Marina
*24 Hour Security
*Convenience store on-
site
*Gas/Diesel
*Live Bait/Ice
*Fishing Supplies
*Snacks/Soda/Beer
5555 Colledge Rd.
296-7101


Go To Guide


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


floridakeysS
keywesta
Web Site Design
SHosting & Maintenance
Web Promotion
*Web Advertising
305-292-1880


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


DRIVE YOUR BUSINESS

IN THE GO TO GUIDE TODAY!


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


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


Complete Lawn & Yard Care
We Pay Attention to the Little Details!
Weekly Monthly Occasional
services Available
(305) 394-48412
We Also Provide Haul Away Services,
Power washing & Constructon Cleanu
-FREE ESTIMATES-





MARK'S
MARINE DIESEL
Located inside Oceanside Marina

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





Kenneth Wells
& Co.
~ Four Generations ~
* Painting Faux Finishes
Crown & Trim Installed
(305) 296-6985
www.kemfiethwellspainting.com


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




PARADISE
PET SITTING
Don't Like Kennels.'
Try My Home &
Secure Yard!
Book Early for the Holidays!
KW Area:
305293-0958 .3o600-2593




Commercial Printing
on Quality Newsprint

STabloidsB
Booklet
SNewlett
SInfo Gui
SMenus
' Instructie nal
SFull Publication
Randy Erickson
Cooke Communications
rerickson@keysnews.com
305-292-7777 Ext. 203


CB Business
Consulting, LC
Lie. 0900023842
* Fractional CFO erwices
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* Problem Solving
* growth Coaching
* Aeetg.Systems get.Up
* Financial Management
* Written Business Plans
* Budget Preparation
* Bookkeeping
305.587.9081
mx 305.768.2763
ebbeonsulim@aol.com





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


$10 EXTRA FOR LOGOS
MORE CATEGORIES AVAILABLE!


CALL 292-7777 X






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SRelay For Life

looking for

teams

FROM NAS KEY WEST
t PUBLIC AFFAIRS

o r elay For Life of the
C1 Lower Keys is holding
cD a community kickoff
E party at 5:30 tonight at the
g Conch Flyer in the Key West
a airport.
The "We're Not Gonna Take
It" kickoff party is open to
everyone and is an event to get
teams interested and excited
about the 2010 Relay For Life
event. There will be food, door
prizes and a cash bar. Parking
will be validated. For more
information, call 292-2333.
The American Cancer Society
Relay For Life is a life-changing
event that gives everyone in
communities across the globe
a chance to celebrate the lives
of people who have battled
cancer, remember loved ones
lost, and fight back against
the disease. At Relay, teams of
people camp out at a local high
school, park, or fairground and
take turns walking or running
around a track or path. Each
team is asked to have a rep-
resentative on the track at all
times during the event. Because
cancer never sleeps, Relays are
overnight events up to 24 hours
in length.



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for the Improv Comedy Club
traffic school in San Diego. He
is a native of New Iberia, La.,
and is a full blooded Cajun.
He has been featured as a
stand-up comic at the Improv
and on numerous television
shows, including "Evening at
the Improv" and HBO and his
safety program has been fea-
tured in countless magazines
and newspapers throughout
the country.
The safety standdown is
mandatory for all hands.


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*;t Newly Renovated 1, 2 & 3 Becldoom Apartment Homes
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CREDIT UNION

Membership is REWARDING W ALLET

$ 200o 12 Months
1, 2L 0120% APR*
...AND no application fee!

To APPLY:
Call 293-6000 www.KeysFCU.org
Visit any Keys Federal Credit Union branch
S*APR Annual Percentage Rate of 12% for 12 months. Maximum payment will not exceed
S $108.88/month. Everyone who Lives or works in the Florida Keys can join Keys Federal Credit
S Union. Offer valid through 12/31/09. Subject to credit approval. New members must pay a one-
time $5 non-refundable membership fee and must maintain a share account at Keys Federal
Credit Union. 18 years and older are eligible.

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