Title: Immokalee bulletin
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00100151/00036
 Material Information
Title: Immokalee bulletin
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Independent Newspapers of Florida
Place of Publication: LaBelle FL
LaBelle, FL
Publication Date: October 28, 2010
Frequency: weekly (published on thursday)
Subject: Newspapers -- La Belle (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Immokalee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Hendry -- La Belle
United States of America -- Florida -- Collier -- Immokalee
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 16, no. 15 (Apr. 17, 1997).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00100151
Volume ID: VID00036
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 36864856
lccn - sn 97027777

Full Text

Vol. 43 No. 41


Serving Immokalee, Ave Maria and Eastern Collier County

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Public Hearing about
S.R. 29 ...Page 3

is a
to High-
kids.. .Page 5

Kids fishing clinic
...Page 8

in the area
...Page 8

See Page 2 for information about
how to contact the newspaper.

FreeSpeech FreeAds

8 16510 00023 8

Special to the Immokalee Bulletin/Lisa Pearson
Get on the Bus!
On behalf of schools, students and families, we are very
grateful for the leadership and incredible dedication and
commitment of the members of our board including the
2010-11 Board of Directors of The Education Foundation of
Collier County: Clark Hill, Greg Hunter, Dianne Mayberry-
Hatt, Helen Athan, Kaleigh Grover, Trish Biebricher, Greg
Pasanen, Trudy Weisberg, Dennis Thompson, Ann Rowe,
Susan Healy, Alan Korest, Susan McManus. In the far back
row are: Jim Hoppensteadt and Alan Horton. Not pictured
are: Linda Flewelling, Debbie Landreth, Claudine Leger-Wet-
zel, Kevin Rooney, Julie Sprague, Erik Zimmer. See Education
Foundation story on Page 2

Fire dept offers Halloween Safety tips

The Immokalee Fire Control
District fire station located at 502 E.
New Market Rd., we will be hand-
ing out candy for Halloween on
Sunday Oct. 31, from 6 to 8 p.m.
or until the candy runs out! Also
please keep these safety tips in
mind while you and your children
are out and about on this Hallow-
een night.
According to the National Fire
Safety Council, Inc. almost 4 times
as many Children, aged 5-14 are
killed while walking on Hallow-
een Night between 4-10 p.m.,
compared to other evenings of the
year. Falls are the leading cause of
injuries among children on Hal-
loween. Walk! Never run. Use side-
walks when possible. Never take

shortcuts across driveways, yards,
alleys, or parks. Carry a flashlight;
look left and right before crossing
Costumes should have large
eye holes and ear holes so as to not
limit vision or hearing. Costumes
should also fit properly and not
drag or cause falls, be light-colored
or bright and be flame-resistant.
Wear proper walking shoes, even
if they don't match the costume,
where reflective tape that glows in
the beam of a headlight. For more
Halloween safety tips please visit
our website at www.immfire.com.

IHS takes win over DeSoto

By Moises Diaz
Special to the Immokalee Bulletin
The Immoka-
lee Indians trav-
eled to Bulldog
Stadium last Fri-
day with hopes
to stay ahead in
district play but
fell just short of i i
a victory. Desoto
high school was
able to capital-

ize on Indian turnovers to edge by
Immokalee 43 to 29.
The Indians cut the lead, 29 to
21, in the 4th quarter with a 10
yard touchdown pass from QB
Tshumbi Johnson to wide receiver
Xavier Richardson with 7:26 to go
in the game. After a Bulldog touch-
down Immokalee had the ball on
their own 29 yard line. On 4th and
10, Johnson threw an interception
which gave the Bulldogs excellent
See INDIANS Page 2

'Relay' kick off set for tonight

The Immokalee community is
invited and encouraged to attend
the 2011 Relay for Life of Immoka-
lee's kickoff event from 5:30-6:30
p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 28, at the
Immokalee Fire Department, lo-
cated at 502 New Market Road E.,
in Immokalee. In this signature
fundraising event for the American
Cancer Society, teams of 8-15 peo-
ple raise money to support cancer
research, education, advocacy and
patient services. The event is also
an opportunity for the community

to come together to celebrate those
who have survived cancer, to re-
member those who have lost their
battle and to support those who are
still fighting this disease. The 2011
Relay For Life of Immokalee will be
on April 1-2, 2011, at The Immoka-
lee High School. For information
about the kickoff event, call Jessica
Hernandez at 239-770-5493. Teams
can also register at: www.relayfor-

Special to the Immokalee Bulletin/Elisa Yanes
Last year's kick off event brought local volunteers from around
the Immokalee area to team up to raise funds for the American
Cancer Society's Relay for Life event.

gas card*


675-1586- HighwV 29 Soulth
m nmImal com


; rial Aw


Immokalee Bulletin

October 28, 2010

Continued From Page 2
field position with the ball on the Indian 30
yard line.
With the game now 43 to 21 and Immoka-
lee trailing, senior line backer Jordan Alce
return a 65 yard kickoff for a touchdown to
raise Immokalee's hopes of a comeback. On
the following onside attempt, Desoto recov-
ered and ran the remaining one minute off

the clock.
The Indians have a by week and look
to regroup as they face Estero high school
on November 5th in the last district game
for both teams. All four teams are now tied
at 1-1. Hardee high travels to Desoto high
school this Friday to determine which of
those teams head to the state playoffs. If
Hardee wins, Immokalee could be the win-
ner of the group with a win against Estero,
having already beaten Hardee earlier in the
year. Immokalee haven't lost to Estero in all
3 games played.

Christmas Around the World plans made

Christmas Around the World Parade and
Gala will host it's annual Christmas Event on
Dec. 11, 2010.
Our Christmas committee is so honored
to select two of our Immokalee leaders.
Grand Parade Marshall is Lt. Michael Dolan
and Co-Parade Marshall is Tony Sanchez.
Lt. Mike Dolan is a Lieutenant for Collier
County Sheriff's Office and served as our
Sheriff's Substation Commander while in
He grew up in west Texas. Having lived
as a cowboy in Texas in his youth, and lived
with migrant workers during his youth, Lt.
Dolan grew to love the culture and has an
affinity for hard work.
Lt. Dolan, worked as our substation
commander for more than 7 years. Dur-
ing that time he was successful in devel-
oping and maintaining critical community
partnerships that help reduce crime and
increase the quality of life in Immokalee.
Those partnerships came through develop-
ing personal relationships with those who
live and work in Immokalee, people like
our whole community. As Lt. Dolan spoke
to community groups through out Collier
County, he coined the phrase, "This is not
your father's Immokalee." Drug dealers no
longer go unchecked as they try and "own"
a street corner to sell their drugs. Drunks no
longer stagger down our streets as they walk
from bar to bar. Dilapidated trailers, run
down businesses, and overgrown lots once
used for prostitution and drugs have been
torn down and replaced with maintained
green space. Immokalee is not our father's
Immokalee, it's a place we are all proud to
call "My Home." GO Indians!
Tony Sanchez was born in Clewiston, and
grew up in Immokalee and is a member of
the Seminole Tribe of Florida. He graduated
from Immokalee High School where he was

Published by
Serving Immokalee Since 1969
To Reach Us
Mailing Address: PO. Box 518* LaBelle, FL 33975
Physical Address: 22 Ft. Thompson Ave.
Phone: (239) 657-6000 Fax: (863) 675-1449
Website: www.newszap.com/immokalee

To Submit News
The Immokalee Bulletin welcomes submissions from
its readers. Opinions, calendar items, story ideas and
photographs are welcome. Call (239) 657-6000 to
reach our newsroom. The deadline for all news items
is 11 a.m. on Monday prior to the following
Thursday's publication.
E-Mail: ibnews@newszap.com

a mighty "Indian."
Tony has worked in the gaming industry
nearly his entire adult life and was named
General Manager of the Immokalee Semi-
nole Casino in 1999.
Prior to becoming General Manager of
the Seminole Casino in Immokalee, he was
appointed to serve as a Seminole Gaming
Commission Director. Before that, he was
marketing directors for two separate Semi-
nole projects to promote and open high
stakes bingo operations for the Muskleshott
Tribe in Auburn, Washington State and the
Sissenton Walpeton Sioux Tribe of South Da-
kota in Watertown, South Dakota.
While performing his duties and respon-
sibilities at the Immokalee Seminole Casino,
Tony has joined forces with our community
to enhance Immokalee living conditions by
increasing job opportunities for the multi-lin-
gual population of our town. Under his lead-
ership the Immokalee Casino has fostered
relationships with: The Immokalee Founda-
tion, RCMA Child Care,The Eastern Collier
Chamber of Commerce, Christmas around
the World Parade and Gala, Scholarships at
FGCU for two Immokalee High School stu-
dents to pursue a career in the Hospitality in-
dustry. He has appointed a liaison (from the
casino) to be a representative to our local
Collier County Community Redevelopment
Agency to enhance tourism to the Mega re-
gions of Collier County (Immokalee).
If further information is needed, please
call Cherryle Thomas, chairman, Christmas
Around the World Gala at 239-657-0080.

To Place a Display Ad
Phone: (239) 657-6000
The deadline for all advertising is 4 p.m. on Friday
for the following Thursday's publication
E-mail: cbadsales@newszap.com

Billing Department
E-mail: billteam@newszap.com

To Place a Classified Ad
Call 1 -877 353-2424 or to place it from home go to

For Subscriptions
Phone: 1-800-282-8586
Visit newszap.com or email

Education Foundation announces

2010-11 Board of Directors

The Education Foundation of Collier
County is proud to announce the 2010-11
Board of Directors and officers.
"We are so grateful for the talent, com-
mitment, and leadership of our Board of Di-
rectors," states Susan McManus, President of
The Education Foundation. "We're looking
forward to providing significant opportuni-
ties for collaboration between our commu-
nity and schools."
Since 1990, The Education Foundation
has been engaging our community and
schools in pursuit of a quality education for
every child. Founded with the core belief
that teachers have the greatest impact on
student learning, Foundation initiatives have
also evolved to support teachers and princi-
pals, and individual student success within
Connect Now, a community articulated
framework to support education.
Kaleigh Grover, 2010-11 Board Chair
states, "As a parent and business person, I
am looking forward to continuing to build
on the good work of The Education Founda-
tion in fostering school-community relation-
"We know that our community is com-
mitted to education, and we understand

that we all can play a role supporting our
schools," continued Grover. "We encourage
every individual in our community to find
their seat and get on the bus!"
This year, The Education Foundation
has launched an initiative called Get on the
BusT, which is intended to inspire everyone
to consider how they might get involved in
supporting education. A significant compo-
nent will be a new website, launching soon,
which will provide an interactive platform
for parents and students, schools, and the
community to support each other through
The 2010-11 Board of Directors for The
Education Foundation are: Kaleigh Grover,
chair; Dianne Mayberry-Hatt, chair elect;
Greg Hunter, Treasurer; Trish Biebricher,
secretary; Claudine Lager-Wetzel, Immedi-
ate Past Chair; Susan McManus, president;
Helen Athan, Linda Flewelling, Susan Healy,
Clark Hill, Jim Hoppensteadt, Alan Hor-
ton, Alan Korest, Debbie Landreth, Greg
Pasanen, Kevin Rooney, Ann Rowe, Julie
Sprague, Dennis Thompson, Trudy Weis-
berg, Erik Zimmer.

Clerk's Office mailing addresses to change

All of the buildings and departments
in the Collier County Government Center
Complex will be assigned new street ad-
dress numbers, suite numbers and zip
codes for all written correspondence deliv-
ered through the mails effective on Nov. 1.
All written correspondence addressed to
the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
must include a department name with the
new street address number, suite number
and zip code.
Collier County Clerk of the Circuit Court
Department Name
3315 Tamiami Trail East, Suite # 102
Naples, Florida 34112-5324
Departments at the above address, Suite
# 102:
Administration, Civil, Child Support,
Criminal, Domestic Violence, Juvenile,
Probate, Recording, Traffic.
Collier County Clerk of the Circuit Court

News Editor: Patty Brant
Community News Editor: Dee Hamilton
Advertising Director: Judy Kasten
Advertising Services Coordinator: Dale Conyers
Advertising Services: Barbara Calfee
Publisher: Tom Byrd
Executive Editor: Katrina Elsken

Our Purpose...
The Immokalee Bulletin is published by Independent
Newspapers of Florida. Independent is owned by a unique
trust that enables this newspaper to pursue a mission of
journalistic service to the citizens of the community.
Since no dividends are paid, the company is able to thrive
on profit margins below industry standards. All after-tax
surpluses are reinvested in Independent's mission of jour-
nalistic service, commitment to the ideals of the First
Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, and support of the
community's deliberation of public issues.

Department Name
3299 Tamiami Trail East, Suite # XXX
Naples Florida 34112-5746
Departments and suite #s for the above
Clerk of Courts Accounting Suite #
Finance -Suite # 403
Minutes and Records Suite # 401
Collier County Clerk of the Circuit Court
Department Name
3299 Tamiami Trail East, Suite # XXX
Naples Florida 34112-5749
Departments and suite #s for the above
A/P Payroll Suite # 700
MIS- Suite # 501
Collier County Clerk of the Circuit Court
Records Management
3335 Tamiami Trail East Suite 102
Naples Florida 34112-5356

We Pledge...
* To operate this newspaper as a public trust
* To help our community become a better place to
live and work, through our dedication to consci-
entious journalism.
* To provide the information citizens need to make
their own intelligent decisions about public
* To report the news with honesty, accuracy, pur-
poseful neutrality, fairness, objectivity, fearless-
ness and compassion.
* To use our opinion pages to facilitate community
debate, not to dominate it with our own opinions.
* To disclose our own conflicts of interest or poten-
tial conflicts to our readers.
* To correct our errors and to give each correction
the prominence it deserves.
* To provide a right to reply to those we write
* To treat people with courtesy, respect and

October 28, 2010

Immokalee Bulletin

Letters to the Editor

Weather Forecast

Residents of Immokalee
Please pay particular attention to what
FDOT is saying below. The environmental
forces within the state are making a move
to remove a number of future road projects
from consideration due to what they perceive
as environmental concerns. What is not be-
ing concerned is your health, safety and wel-
fare. It is of paramount importance that you
attend the FDOT meeting and express your
dismay to any consideration being given to
the "no build" option. In addition ask about
the future Immokalee S.R. 29 bypass. I am
sure that you will be as disappointed with
FDOT response to that question as I was.
Jim Coletta
Collier County Commission

Public Hearing: S.R. 29 from
S.R. 82 C.R. 80A
The Florida Department of Transporta-
tion is holding a public hearing on Tuesday,
Nov. 16, 2010 to present a conceptual plan
developed for future improvements to S.R.
29 from S.R. 82 to C.R. 80A in Collier and
Hendry Counties. The hearing will be held at
the LaBelle Civic Center, 481 W Hickpochee
Avenue, in LaBelle.
Throughout the S.R. 29 Project Develop-
ment & Environment study, the department
continues to consider a "no build" alterna-
tive as an option, although the preferred al-
ternative is to expand S.R. 29 from two to
four lanes. Subsequent project phases (de-
sign, right-of-way, and construction) pres-
ently are not funded in the department's five
year work program. Some right-of-way ac-
quisition is required to widen the road and
build stormwater ponds.
Staff will be available at 6 p.m. on Nov. 16,
to answer questions and to discuss the study
and proposed roadway improvements. Il-
lustrations and study documents also will
be available for review. At 7 p.m. the formal
hearing begins and our staff will make a
presentation about the preferred alternative.
People may make comments about the study
and preferred alternative for the record ver-
bally or in writing at the hearing. They also
may send comments to the department (by
e-mail or U.S. postal service). Comments re-
ceived by Nov. 26, are considered part of the
public hearing. The department anticipates
submitting the study document and our rec-
ommendations for improvements to S.R. 29
to the Federal Highway Administration for
approval January 2011.
The department has notified property
owners within 300 feet of the project as well
as public officials, organizations and citizens
expressing interest in this project about the
upcoming public hearing. Project informa-
tion and illustrations related to proposed
improvements will be available for public
review from October 25 through Nov. 26, at
two locations. One is the Barron Library, 461
South Main Street, in LaBelle and the second
is the department's office, 801 North Broad-
way Avenue, in Bartow.
If you're aware of anyone needing trans-
lation services or special accommodations
at the hearing, please ask him or her to
get in touch with the department's project
manager, Tony Sherrard, at least seven days
before the hearing so he can make these ar-

rangements. Mr. Sherrard may be reached
by telephone at 800-292-3368 or by e-mail at
If you have questions about the depart-
ment's study for S.R. 29 from S.R. 82 to C.R.
80A, please don't hesitate to let me know.
We look forward to the public hearing and
the opportunity to present information to
community members about proposed im-
provements to this significant transportation
corridor in Collier and Hendry Counties.
Stanley M. Cann, P.E.
District Secretary
District One
Florida Department of Transporta-
tion 863-519-2201, Fax 863-534-7265

Smaller government will...
Republicans want a smaller government,
but this would give more power to the large
corporations. We already know what large
corporations like banking, oil, insurance,
pharmaceutical and manufacturing are ca-
pable of, whenever government oversights
are present. A smaller government will
empower large corporations to exploit the
middle class and put more small businesses
in jeopardy.
As large corporations gain more freedom
to operate, we will gradually lose a govern-
ment of the people, by the people and for
the people.
Juan R. Puerto, M.D.

- 1 -


S Honor, integrity,
B experience.

Be First
Dr. Daniel Imperato Fr. KM.S.S.PGM +
OB has thirty three years experience
in global business planning consult-
ing for many global corporations. He
is a Papal Inight, a former board
member for the African Center
Foundation, A United Nations NGO,
and the founder of Imperiali
8~ He is a former 2008
h Independent presidential
www.draftimperato.com 561-317-3210

Political advertisement paid for and approved by Daniel
Imperato, no party affiliation for Florida Governor.

Weather forecast for Collier County from
the National Weather Service
Local Forecast
Thursday: Sunny, with a high near 91.
Calm wind becoming northeast around 6
Thursday night: Patchy fog after 2 a.m.
Otherwise, mostly clear, with a low around
65. Light east wind.

Extended Forecast
Friday: A 10 percent chance of showers.
Patchy fog before 8 a.m. Otherwise, mostly

sunny, with a high near 88. Calm wind be-
coming north between 4 and 7 mph.
Friday night: A 10 percent chance of
showers. Partly cloudy, with a low around
66. Light north wind.
Saturday: Sunny, with a high near 86.
Saturday night: Mostly clear, with a
low around 65.
Sunday: Sunny, with a high near 86.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, with a low
around 66.
Monday: Sunny, with a high near 86.

Community News in Brief

Minority Task Force meeting set
The next Minority Task Force Meeting will be on Thursday, Nov. 4, from 10-11 a.m. at the
1 Stop in Immokalee. Our guest speaker will be Cpl. Gene Meeks from the Gang Unit. He
will be addressing such issues at Gangs in Collier County.

Public invited for election results night
Join Immokalee son and candidate for District 101 Representative Larry Wilcoxson at
Pool Shark Billiards, 301 New Market Road, to follow election results. Be there Tuesday,
Nov. 2, from 6:30-9 p.m. For more information call 305-609-3813.

Celebrate of Cultures planning meeting set
Immokalee Celebration of Cultures Inc. will hold a meeting on Oct. 28, at the Immokalee
Community Park located at 321 North 1st, at 3 p.m. Call Christie Betancourt at 239-252-
2313 for more information.

PN4 944 gdU&44
301 New Market Rd. West
Immokalee, FL 34142
(239) 657-2334
4lInvi4 tes you to atte
Invites you to attend

$5.00 @ Door

Bucket Specials all night!

$5.00 @ Door

Bucket Specials all night!

Halloween Costume Contest

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Party Starts @ 9:00pm 2:00am
Winner announced @ 12:00am
Teens welcomed until 10:00pm

Winner will be determined by originality, effort and attendance
One Female and one Male winner will be picked individually
Runner up's will receive a gift certificate

"Please Bring Valid ID ... No ID No Service"

P arw- VV W

m m

Immokalee Bulletin October 28, 2010

Edison Collegiate High School-Collier

receives unanimous district approval

The Edison Collegiate High School Col-
lier took another step closer to reality yester-
day when the Collier County School Board
unanimously approved its application at its
October meeting held at Immokalee High
School. Earlier this week, the Collier County
Public Schools' Charter School Review Com-
mittee recommended approval of Edison's
application to the full board.
"This approval solidifies the groundwork
for another strong partnership between
Edison State College and the Collier County
School District," said Dr. Jeffery Allbritten,
President, Edison State College Collier Cam-
pus. "We look forward to working with the
school district to create new educational op-
portunities for students in Collier County."
The next steps, said Allbritten, are the
development of the curriculum for the high
school, hiring a principal and building the
A partnership with Jackson Laboratory, if
the project comes to Collier County, would
add further benefits for students.
"This will provide an amazing opportu-
nity for students in Collier County to study
and interact with some of the preeminent
researchers working on the very frontiers
of scientific discovery," said Allbritten, who
added that the current planning is to locate
the collegiate school on the grounds of the
biomedical village in eastern Collier County.
The collegiate school is STEM-(Science,
Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)

focused with a four-year curriculum. In ad-
dition to their high school diploma, students
would also have the opportunity to simulta-
neously earn an associate degree.
Admissions decisions would be based on
applicant records and test scores, teacher
and community recommendations, college
placement scores, and interviews with par-
ents and students. If more than 100 qualified
applicants are identified, students would be
selected through a lottery system.
The proposed Edison Collegiate High
School -Collier will be funded by the State
of Florida and open under a charter issued
by the Collier County School Board. Edison
State College Trustees would establish poli-
cies and provide oversight for school opera-
Planned for a fall 2013 opening, the
school will accept 100 ninth grade students.
By the fourth year, the school is targeted to
have 400 students in grades 9-12. The Collier
school would be the third for Edison State
College, which has successfully launched
charter schools in Charlotte and Lee coun-
The Edison State College Collier Campus
has an annual enrollment of over 4,000 stu-
dents. Opened in 1992, the 80-acre campus
is located off Collier Boulevard at 7007 Lely
Cultural Parkway, three miles north of Ta-
miami Trail East.

Students First

Thank you Mrs. Howard
By Joe Landon
Collier County District Schools
The School Dis-
trict of Collier County
is recognizing a mile-
stone in the career of
one of our outstand-
ing principals. But to
do that, and to frame
the accomplishment,
we need to travel
back in time:
*The year was
1960 (the date, actu-
ally, August 22, 1960 Dorcas Howard
a long, long time
*Dwight D. Eisenhower was President.
*"It's Now or Never," by Elvis, was the
number one song on the radio, and "Gun-
smoke" the top-rated show on TV.
SThe cost of a gallon of regular gas was
25-cents. Average pay about $300 per
month, and rent about $100 per month.
*And, on August 22, 1960, a little more
than 50 years ago, Dorcas Franklin (later
to become Dorcas Howard) was hired by
the Board of Public Instruction of Collier
County as an elementary teacher at Bet-
hune School in Immokalee. The rest, as
they say, is history.
Today Dorcas Howard, who was mar-
ried to Huey Howard in 1963, is Principal
of Immokalee's Village Oaks Elementary

O -ct Schoo, been since 1991.
(4r t School School, and has
o If you spend a
S 1 day with Dorcas,
you'll easily see
how much she
V loves her job and
'ON her students. She
SCollier Cao seems to know
each of her 598
current students personally, and she has
touched the lives of literally thousands of
students over the course of her long and
distinguished career. Dorcas Howard pro-
vides us with a shining example of commit-
ment, dedication, and loyalty. She is pas-
sionate about public education -a grand
lady, yet so unassuming! Dorcas Howard is
someone we are privileged to know, some-
one we are fortunate to have on the school
district team.
Mrs. Howard was recognized by the
School Board during last Thursday's Board
Meeting in Immokalee. She exchanged
hugs with Chief Instructional Officer Mar-
tha Hayes and the five School Board Mem-
bers, with husband Hueybyher side. It was
a total surprise for her. Current and former
teachers and staff from Village Oaks were
there in force to support their beloved Prin-
cipal, many wearing school colors purple
and white, and they presented her with a
bouquet of 50 purple and white roses. As-
sistant Principal Lynda Walcott reports that
Mrs. Howard is still smiling to this day, as is
everyone who knows and loves her.

Parents reminded of students' days off

The School District of Collier County's
2010-2011 school calendar includes two
Hurricane make up Days which are sched-
uled for Thursday, Nov. 11, and Friday, Nov.
12. What this means for students and par-
ents is that all Collier County Public Schools
will be closed on Thursday, Nov. 11, and
Friday, Nov. 12, since we fortunately have
had no need this year to close schools be-
cause of bad weather.
These will be days off unless some-

thing develops in the tropics before then
that would force the closure of schools.
While the official Atlantic hurricane season
doesn't end until November 30th, accord-
ing to the National Hurricane Center, there
is no activity in the tropics that currently
poses a threat to Florida.
The district's Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Administrative Center, and all district of-
fices, will be open for business as usual on
Nov.11 and 12.

Adult and Community Ed prepares for 'Fall 2'

The voting booths are open, and we
hope you "elect" to enrich your life by taking
an Adult and Community Education class
offered through the School District of Col-
lier County. Classes for the "Fall 2" Session
begin the week of November 1. A variety of
art, computer, dance, foreign language and

other courses are offered. Schedules are
available at all public libraries, tax and driver
license offices, Publix and Sweetbay stores
and on the Web: www.collieradulted.com.
To learn more, please contact the Adult
and Community Education office at 239-377-

RCMA opens Head Start program for young children

RCMA will open its Migrant Head Start
Centers on Nov. 15, for children with or
without disabilities of migrant families,
ages 6 weeks to 5 years. Applicants must
produce Check stubs, birth certificates,
immunization and physical, Medicaid and
proof of migrant status. Enrollment Eve-
nings on Oct. 28 and also on Nov. 2, 4, 9,
and 11 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 to 7

p.m. Registration takes place at any one
of three locations including Farm Workers
Village "C" 2225 Chadwick Circle 239-658-
3625 or 239-658-3696. RcDe Infant 402 W
Main Street, Bldg B, 239-658-3597 or 239-
658-3598. Immokalee Community Mental
Health Services 123 North 4th Street, 239-
658-3537 or 239-658-3538.

FREE classified Ads!

400 Words + 4 Photos

Online for 4 Weeks

Absolutely FREE!

Place your FREE AD online: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at...
www.newszapu.com click on
WWW .EWSZ U.CO 'Classifieds

YOU DECIDE What it SAYS-+ How it LOOKS Add your PHOTOS
And before you know it, you've got an ad online!
Plus...post your ads in these Florida newspapers for as little as $8 each!
Okeechobee News, Caloosa Belle, Immokalee Bulletin, Clewiston News,
E Belle Glade Sun & The Glades County Democrat

k *ONLINE So easy...and it's free!


Immokalee Bulletin

October 28, 2010

'Reading is a Treasure' for Highlands Elementary kids

On Wednesday, Oct. 20, Highlands El- literacy lab and discovering the treasure of
ementary hosted a parent reading acad- reading books.
emy. The teachers at Highlands Elementary Principal Sean Kinsley stated, "Our first
shared fun and exciting methods to promote parent reading academy was a huge suc
reading to students at home. The theme of cess. We emphasized the importance of
the evening was "Reading is a Treasure". literacy while engaging families in entertain-
Administrators, teachers, and staff ing and interactive activities that promoted a
dressed in pirate costumes throughout the love of reading."

parent reading academy. As students entered
the building they received a pirate eye patch
along with a treasure map. The treasure
map depicted specific pirate themed reading
centers throughout the school. Families en-
joyed a free pizza dinner while administra-
tors discussed the events of the evening and
the importance of family involvement with
literacy. After dinner, families followed their
treasure map to activities such as vocabu-
lary hunts, word building, alphabet bingo,
and computer based reading games. The
media center was transformed into a pirates
cove as teachers read aloud pirate themed
picture books. The cafeteria hosted a Pirates
of the Cafeteria alphabet bingo game and
word building activities. The computer lab
provided families an opportunity to interact
with the latest reading software programs.
The pirate themed night concluded with
each student selecting a free book from the

special to tne ImmoKalee bulletin/Hlt
Parents and students listen intently to
a story during a Pirate themed family
reading night event held at Highlands
Elementary on Oct. 20.

Pirate BINGO was the name of this game during "Reading is a Treasure" night
held at Highlands Elementary School. Families joined teachers in encouraging
students to "treasure" their favorite books and to enjoy reading.



LWIT partnerships create strong program

The Automotive Service Technology stu-
dents at Lorenzo Walker Institute of Tech-
nology (LWIT) had a recent opportunity to
thank their benefactors. Representatives
from Lowe's and Germain Lexus of Naples
were on campus so that the students, in-
structors, and administrators could person-
ally show their gratitude for several gener-
ous donations made to the program this
past year.
Lowe's is a new business partner with the
program. They provided the program with a
state-of-the-art Cobalt tool box and a full set
of tools. Germain Lexus of Naples is also a
partner and have donated a 2006 Lexus 130
to the program. "In an industry like auto
service, the technology changes constantly
and it is vital that we provide our students
relevant hands-on experience that will make

them successful in the workplace," said
LWIT Principal Jeanette Johnson. Many
Germain service technicians have been em-
ployed directly out of the program.
Instructor Eduardo Cruz described him-
self as an "ambassador" for the program,
going out and cultivating relationships with
the community.
Automotive Services Technology is of-
fered as a vocational certificate program at
LWIT. Prospective students are encouraged
to contact the school for more information
about enrolling. The shop also provides re-
pair services to the general public, depend-
ing on availability.
To learn more, please contact the school
at 239-377-0900 or visit their Web site at:

Florida Prepaid College opens enrollment

TALLAHASSEE-The Florida Prepaid Col-
lege Board began its 2010-2011 annual en-
rollment period on Monday, Oct. 18, which
means parents can purchase a Prepaid Col-
lege Plan to prepay higher education costs at
this year's plan prices until the Jan. 31, 2011
deadline. This open enrollment season,
plans will include tuition and most manda-
tory fees, and Florida Prepaid is introducing
a 4-Year Florida College Plan in response to
the evolving Florida College landscape. The
Florida Prepaid College Plans continue to
help families save smartly for future college
4-Year Florida University Plan: prepays tu-
ition, registration fees, the tuition differential
fee and local fees for 120 semester hours at
any of the 11 state universities in Florida.
2 + 2 Florida Plan: prepays 60 lower di-
vision semester hours of tuition, registration
fees and local fees at a Florida College (for-
merly known as a community college) and

60 undergraduate semester hours of tuition,
registration fees, tuition differential fee and
local fees at a Florida state university.
4-Year Florida College Plan: prepays the
tuition, registration fees and local fees for 60
lower division as well as 60 upper division
semester hours at a Florida College (former-
ly known as a community college).
2-Year Florida College Plan (formerly
Community College Plan): prepays 60 lower
division semester hours of tuition, registra-
tion fees and local fees at a Florida College
(formerly known as a community college).
One in 10 Florida children has a prepaid
college plan.
For much more information on new plan
options or to sign up online for the Flor-
ida Prepaid College Plan, families can visit
www.myfloridaprepaid.com or call 1-800-
552-GRAD (4723) to request an Enrollment
Kit in English or Spanish and speak with a
customer service representative.

Searching For a New House?

Thinking About Moving?
It can be a daunting process, but ZapHomes can make searching for a new home
and neighborhood easier than you think. ZapHomes has all the information and
tools you need to find your dream house in just the right location.
Our new site allows you to:
Browse listings by city, town or ZIP code Evaluate the community
See recent home sales, trends and property values Calculate your mortgage

'- ulmlL^

To get started, visit
and click on ZapHomes

October 28, 2010

Immokalee Bulletin

Immokalee Bulletin October 28, 2010

Public Meetings

AME Church welcomes new pastor

The Environmental Advisory Council
will hold a public meeting on Nov. 3, at 9
a.m. in the Board of County Commissioners
chambers, third floor, Collier County Gov-
ernment Center, 3299 Tamiami Trail East,
The Collier County Planning Com-
mission will meet Thursday, Nov. 4, at 8:30
a.m. in the Board of County Commissioners
chambers, third floor, Collier County Gov-
ernment Center, 3299 Tamiami Trail East,
The Collier County Affordable Housing

The Immokalee Foundation has
launched a microsite, http://2010.charity-
classic.org, for the organization's upcom-
ing Charity Classic Dinner & Auction and
Pro-Am golf tournament.
The new site provides event details in-
cluding Fund A Dream opportunities, auc-
tion items, entertainment and sponsors as
well as pros and pairings for the Pro-Am.
The site also offers convenient online pur-
chase of tickets and guest registration.
The Immokalee Foundation's 2010
Charity Classic Dinner & Auction will take
place Friday, Nov. 12, 2010 at The Ritz-Car-
lton, Naples Beach Resort. The theme of
this year's event, Dream. Believe. Experi-
ence., celebrates the foundation's mission
to provide sustained educational opportu-
nities that make aspirations come true for
Immokalee's children.
A new feature of this year's event will be
an opportunity for patrons to underwrite
once-in-a-lifetime experiences for children
that will help them believe they truly can
achieve their dreams. Fund A Dream al-
lows supporters to underwrite a college
scholarship, send a child to summer camp,
on a class trip to the nation's capitol, or
to their first professional baseball game.
One hundred percent of the funds raised
through Fund A Dream will go directly to
children's programs and are 100 percent
tax deductible.
Other highlights of the event include
an extraordinary dinner presented by the
chefs of The Ritz-Carlton, a live and silent
auction featuring music, entertainment
and dancing by Motown Madness.

-an -
Online Guestbook
All Obituaries now include Onlae Gu~stbooks
where family and friends can share elections,
rwmemhrantep and mindinpmL

Advisory Subcommittee will meet Friday,
Nov. 5, at 9 a.m. in the conference room of
the Health Department located on the Col-
lier Government Campus, Suite 206 at 3339
Tamiami Trail East, Naples, Florida 34112-
The Collier County Board of County
Commissioners will meet Tuesday, Nov. 9, at
8:30 a.m. in the Board of County Commis-
sioners chambers, third floor, Collier County
Government Center, 3299 Tamiami Trail
East, Naples.

Presenting sponsor for the Charity Clas-
sic Dinner & Auction is Kevin Johnson and
Wayne Meland of Morgan Stanley Smith
Barney. Founding corporate sponsor is Fifth
Third Bank. Corporate matching sponsor
is GE Foundation. Corporate media spon-
sor is Naples Illustrated. Gold sponsors in-
clude Bigham Jewelers, Jaguar Naples and
Porsche of Naples.
The Charity Classic Pro-Am Golf Tour-
nament will be held Monday, Nov. 15 at
Bay Colony Golf Club in Naples.
The popular fundraising event pairs
foundation supporters with some of the
biggest names in golf. Participating tour
pros scheduled to play include Andy Bean,
Joe Durant, Chip Beck, Wayne Levi, Terry-
Jo Myers and Cindy Rarick, to name a few.
Since 1991, The Immokalee Founda-
tion, a nonprofit organization, has been
shaping Immokalee's future by empower-
ing its children through education. It has
helped hundreds of students by providing
a range of programs that focus on mentor-
ship, after-school activities, college scholar-
ships, the development of vocational skills
and incentives for educational growth. Last
year's Charity Classic Dinner & Auction and
Pro-Am Golf Tournament raised more than
$1 million to fund these organizational pro-
For more information or to make reser-
vations, contact Lori Apolito, The Immoka-
lee Foundation, at 239-430-9122 or visit

K.S. Parmar D.D.S.

Exams Cleanings X-Rays
Crowns Bridges
Root Canals Extractions
Tooth Whitening & Fillings
Complete & Partial Dentures
Braces For Children & Adults
Open Evenings & Saturdays
Financing Available with Approved Credit

6A, 1013 Main St Immokalee
[In Kemp Plaza)

[$ (239)658-1220

Immokalee Foundation launches

Charity Classic event microsite

Lori Snell is the new pastor in the com-
munity of Immokalee. On Friday, Oct. 1, at
the 120th Session of the South Annual Con-
ference of the African Methodist Episcopal
Church (A.M.E.C), Bishop McKinley Young,
the presiding prelate of the Eleventh Episco-
pal District of the A.M.E.C, which includes
440 churches in the state of Florida and the
Bahamas, read the pastoral appointments
for over 100 ordained ministers, of which
several would receive their first pastoral ap-
pointment, ever. When he read the appoint-
ments for those ministers who would be ap-
pointed to serve at one of the 20 churches
in the Central District of the South Annual
Conference, which includes Immokalee,
much to her surprise and elation, Rev. Lori
Snell heard her name being called, at which
time she was appointed as senior pastor of
Allen Chapel A.M.E Church, which is located
at 208 S. 3rd Street in Immokalee. Rev. Snell,
who was ordained an itinerant elder in the
A.M.E.C in 2007, humbly and gratefully, ac-
cepted the appointment.
After ten years of faithfully working side
by side with her husband of twenty years,
Rev. Kelvin Snell, who serves as the senior
pastor of Bethel A.M.E.C of Moore Haven,
Florida, Rev. Snell finally came to the realiza-
tion that her calling had not been fulfilled. Af-
ter prayer and discussion with her husband
and family, all understood and agreed that
God was calling her into pastoral ministry.
After securing the blessings of her husband
and her three sons: Joel (19), Gabriel (18)
and Daniel (16), she was at ease with the
direction in which the Lord was taking her.
Rev. Lori, who was born and raised in
Naples, and is a graduate of Naples High
School and Johnson C. Smith University in
Charlotte, N.C, where she earned a B.A de-
gree in mass communications, absolutely
loves and has a passion for the people and
needs of Immokalee. She has taught at Pine-
crest Elementary School for over ten years,
where she has served in several leadership.
The students of Pinecrest know her as the
"singing teacher," because whenever she is
walking with her students across the cam-
pus, she is usually heard singing a variety of
songs to them that promote learning and the
display of positive behavior.
She has only been at Allen Chapel, one of
the oldest churches in Immokalee, for three
weeks, and already she has walked through
various Immokalee neighborhoods passing
out hundreds of flyers and plans to pass out

1566 N. Bridge St. LaBelle, FL
(863) 675-2441
3 Year Rabies Shot for $10
Every Saturday 8 am to 9 am
30% Discount on Boarding
We have air conditioned kennels
atboth of our clinics! .
Disclaimer The Patient and any other person re-onslble
for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment t
or be reimbursed for payment for any other service
examlnano n or treatment whlach 1 performed as O
a result o0and withi2 hours ofreondlg to 00
the advertsement forthe free discounted fee or

1400 Roberts Ave, Immokalee, FL
(239) 657-2266

many more, inviting people to come to Allen
Chapel. Also, she has put the plans in action
to host a Saturday morning book club, called
Read Every Day (R.E.D Book Club), that will
be geared toward students in grades 1-5, to
promote literacy. She has partnered with Mc-
Donald's and Pinecrest Elementary School
to help bring this program, which will start in
November, to fruition. Also, on Oct. 31, Rev.
Snell and the members of the Chapel, as she
calls the church, will host their first Fall Fun
Festival, which will afford a safe and fun en-
vironment for children in grades K-5 to come
and enjoy free food, games and prizes. Every
Sunday, Rev. Snell preaches always ends the
service with individual prayer for those who
desire it. She is a genuine giver, and firmly
believes that God blesses a cheerful giver. At
each 11 a.m. Sunday worship service and at
the 5 o'clock Wednesday night bible studies,
Rev. Lori asks the members and participants
to look in their worship bulletins for a sticker
or some type of clue which she gives them.
If they find the sticker or clue, she gives
them gift certificates to various Immokalee
businesses. Rev. Snell says that this not only
promotes a jovial church atmosphere and
builds community within the church, but it
helps the local businesses. Also on Wednes-
day nights, she stops by a local pizza restau-
rant and buys hot, fresh pizzas for those who
attend bible study. No one ever knows what
she will have on Sundays. So far she has
brought freshly made homemade brownies
and other goodies. Welcome Rev. Snell!

Support unbiased

BM, journalism!

time when newspapers
everywhere are struggling to survive,
you can show your support for your
Immokalee Bulletin newspaper by
purchasing an e-subscription.
It's only s'2; annually (50 cents a
week). Each week you'll receive an
e-mail with a live link to the latest
issue. This will allow you to read
the entire newspaper online -- even
when you're traveling.
Please call 1-800-282-8586
or subscribe online at

October 28, 2010

Immokalee Bulletin

October 28, 2010 Immokalee Bulletin

EiMEU milnulnnmi l l.-I. iiEm m nlI Online for 4 weeks 400 words +4 photos

Submit Your Free Online Classified Adr Tday at WWWNEWSZPARCOM Click on Classifieds Absolutely FREE!
Post your ads in our papers for as little as 8 each
Post your ads in any of these newspapers for as little as $8 each: www.newszap.com
Okeechobee News Caloosa Belle Clewiston News Glades County Democrat Immokalee Bulletin The Sun click on dassifieds

For more listings,
go to


For more listings,
go to





* Operate scanners and flow meters.

* Perform engine, transmission, drive
train, brakes, chassis, diagnosis and re-
pairs on cane harvesting and industrial
equipment including cane elevators.

* Perform mathematical calculations per-
taining to the job.

* Operate various lifting devices including
proper rigging procedures.

* Safely inspect, maintain, troubleshoot,
install and repair either in part or in
whole equipment such as conveyors, en-
gines, A/C systems, hydraulic systems,
gear boxes, pumps, turbines, fans,
valves, tracks, etc.

Email Jdooley@ussugar.com
Apply online at www.ussugar.com

US Sugar is an Equal Opportunity Employer
committed to a diverse workforce. Women
and Minorities are encouraged to apply

Your community directory
is a click away!

To work for non-profit
organization in
Immokalee. Tutoring
students in grades K-2.
High School diploma
req. Exp. preferred.
P/T Monday Friday.
Fax resume to
or email atorres@
For more information
call 239-657-7131
Drugtest required

For more listings,
go to

Independent Newspapers
will never accept any ad-
vertisement that is illegal
or considered fraudulent.
In all cases of ques-
tionable value, such as
promises of guaranteed
income from work-at-
home programs if it
sounds too good to be
true, chances are that it
is. If you have questions
or doubts about any ad
on these pages, we ad-
vise that before respond-
ing or sending money
ahead of time, you check
with the Better Business
Bureau at 772-878-2010
for previous complaints.
Some 800 and 900 tele-
phone numbers may re-
quire an extra charge, as
well as long distance toll
costs. We will do our best
to alert our reader of
these charges in the ads,
but occasionally we may
not be aware of the
charges. Therefore, if
you call a number out of
your area, use caution.

For more listings,
go to


Esperanza Place
2702 W. Immokalee
Now Accepting
Be the first to Occupy!
Newly constructed;
affordable rental apts.
Rental assistance
available to qualified
income limits apply.
Available for move-in
Dec. 2010
Get a new address
for Christmas!
1Br, 2Br/2Ba, 3Br/2Ba
Starting at $385
plus utilities.
Rental applications
available at
2449 Sanders Pine
Circle or
Call (727) 443-3251

Equal Opportunity
Provider and Employer

For more listings,
go to


1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apts
Willowbrook Place,
Garden Lake, Summer
Glen, Heritage Villas &
Southern Villas.
Please call 239-657-3204
For more information.
Handicapped Accessible.
Hearing Impaired:
Call 800-955-8771
Equal Housing Opportunity
This institution is an
Equal Opportunity
Provider and Employer

Farm Worker Village
invites you to come
home. Available now 1,
2, 3 & 4 bedroom rental
homes, starting as low
as $425.00. Call us
at 239-657-3649
or stop by at 1800
Farm Worker Way.

For more listings,
go to

Labelle New 3br/2ba
w/d, d/w, ac, 2.5 acres
fenced, deck, $800 mo.

Starting at $18,000
Mobile Home Angels



2005 Chevy


Metal Roofs
Roof Repairs

Lic# CCC037019
981 Cowboy Circle

Seamless Gutters
Soffit & Fascia
Free Estimates

Office (863)675-7045
Fax (863)612-1158

When doing those chores Love the earth Recycle
is doing you in, it's time your used items by
to look for a helper in selling them in the
the classified. classified.

Reading a newspaper helps you
understand the world around you.
No wonder newspaper
readers enjoy life more!


Apt. 601 to 613 Nassau St.,
2BR, Central A/C, heat, carpet,
verticals, laundry on premises.
Convenient location
in quiet residential area.
Senior Citizens Discount
$625 includes water.
No Application Fee.
Apply at 601 Nassau St #4
Fort Myers Office

October 28, 2010

Immokalee Bulletin



Annual fishing clinic reels in another successful outing

For the fourth consecutive year, the Flori-
da Sea Grant/University of Florida Extension
Program partnered with the Panther/10,000
Islands National Wildlife Refuges and Port of
Islands Marina to host a kids' fishing clinic
in honor of National Wildlife Refuge Week.
Each year students from Collier County's Mi-
grant Education Program are invited to attend
the clinic which was held recently at Port of
Islands Marina (525 Newport Drive). A total
of 49 students from Eden Park, Highlands,
Lake Trafford, Manatee, Pinecrest, Tommie
Barfield, Village Oaks, and Immokalee Com-
munity Elementary Schools; East Naples,
Manatee, and Marco Island Charter Middle
Schools; and Lely, Lorenzo Walker Techni-
cal, and Naples High Schools took part in

this year's clinic.
The program incorporated goals such as
promoting the importance of the National
Wildlife Refuges, and engaging local youth
with a positive outdoor learning experience
by teaching them fundamental and ethical
fishing skills. Students rotated through a se-
ries of skills stations including casting, knot
tying, common tackle, fishing regulations,
and ethical angling practices, before the
culminating activity of fishing along the ma-
rina's seawall. The students caught tarpon,
snappers, and mojarras! Half the group en-
joyed pizza while the other half went on a
manatee boat tour, and then they switched.
The event is a great example of team
work. The School District of Collier Coun-

ty Migrant Education Program provided
bus transportation and chaperones, Col-
lier County Parks and Recreation donated
shrimp, Marco Island Sport Fishing Club sent
volunteers, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conser-
vation Commission sent an officer, and the
refuge sent staff and volunteers to teach the
skills stations. The Port of the Islands Marina
also donated the lunch (pizza), Double R's

Manatee and Nature Tours provided the eco-
boat tours, and Fish Florida donated the rod
and reels and tackle boxes that the students
got to keep and take home -one of many
highlights of the day.
To learn more, please contact Collier
County Florida Sea Grant Extension Agent
Bryan Fluech 239-438-5594.

iTECH offers yoga classes

Need a stress release? The Immoka-
lee Technical Center (iTECH) now gives
you the opportunity to do so through two
yoga classes. Instructor Koko DeLisi will
lead both courses which will be held from
10-11 a.m., and 12-1 p.m., every Monday
and Thursday, beginning on Monday, Nov.
8, and running through Monday, Jan. 24.
Each class will take place on the campus of
iTECH located at 508 North Ninth Street, in
Immokalee. There will be no classes held
on Thursday, Nov. 11, Thursday, Nov. 25,

Monday, Dec. 20, through Monday, Jan. 3,
and Monday, Jan. 17.
Yoga is for everyone regardless of your
age or condition. Talk to your doctor if you
have any health concerns, and share them
with your instructor.
Cost for the course (15 total classes) is
$60. Simply visit iTECH to sign up and pay.
Limited space is available, and students
must supply their own yoga mat.
To learn more, please contact iTECH at:

County offers numerous Halloween events

Collier County Parks & Recreation is of-
fering a variety of Halloween events this Oc-
Fall Festival Thursday, Oct. 28 -Sun-
day, Oct. 31. Eagle Lakes Community Park
11565 Tamiami Trail E. Oct. 28-29 6 11
p.m. Oct. 30 4-11 p.m. Oct. 31 28 p.m.
Enjoy carnival rides, interactive games and
refreshments. For more information, call
239-793-4414. Friday, Oct. 29, 6-8:30 p.m.
Preschool Halloween Jam Ages
four to six Max Hasse Community Park at
3390 Golden Gate Blvd. W; $10 per child.
Kids enjoy pizza and an exciting Halloween
craft. Guardian not required to stay with
child. For more information, call 239-348-
7500. Friday, Oct. 29, 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
Ghost & Goblin Costume Party
Ages one month to five years. Veterans
Community Park at 1895 Veterans Park
Dr.; $10 per child, additional siblings $5.
Pre-registration is required. Safe, non-scary
Halloween fun for little ones including cos-
tume contest, prizes and arts and crafts. To
register, call 239-566-2367. Friday, Oct. 29, 3
p.m.-5 p.m.
Trick or Treat on the Boardwalk

(FREE EVENT) Freedom Park at 1515 Golden
Gate Pkwy. Safe, non-scary Halloween fun.
For more information, call 239-252-4000. Fri-
day, Oct. 29, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Halloween Trunk or Treat
Ages one and older. Max Hasse Commu-
nity Park at 3390 Golden Gate Blvd. W; $2
per person. Kids go from car to car and trick
or treat from "safe" car neighbors. For more
information, call 239-348-7500. Friday, Oct.
29, 8:30 p.m.-11:30 p.m.
Halloween Special Event
Immokalee Sports Complex at 505 Es-
cambia St. Safe, non-scary Halloween fun.
For more information, call 239-657-1951.
Saturday, Oct. 30, 3-6 p.m.
Halloween Special Event
Immokalee Community Park at 321 N.
1St St.. Safe, non-scary Halloween fun. For
more information, call 239-657-4449. Sun-
day, Oct. 31, 3-4:30 p.m.
Fall Festival Costume Contest
Eagle Lakes Community Park 11565 Ta-
miami Trail E. Age Divisions: Boys/girls in-
fant -4 years, Boys/girls 5 12 years Enjoy
carnival rides, interactive games and refresh-
ments. For information, call 239-793-4414.

-- -.

Courtesy photos/Bryan Fleuch
Kids from all over Collier County "went fishing at the fourth annual Florida Sea
Grant/University of Florida Extension Program Fishing Clinic held at Port of
Islands Marina. Kids rotated from station to station learning everything from
species identification (Left) to casting and reeling in the big one. The clinic was
all part of a Migrant Education program for kids in elementary to high school.

Coahes Playeort Fans



Share your


From Baseball to Basketball, Football to Hockey, Soccer to Swimming,
Cheerleading to Taekwondo if you offer or participate in a youth or recreational
sport/activity contact us today to join the Eastern Collier County SportsNetwork

service provided and powered by:
IMMOKALEE To get started contact:
BU VLL N ETIE mVlp"m Renee Hawley
S phone: 888-853-7904 x 323
COI Uniy3ouffn S EE-Mail: rhawley@communitysportsdesk.com
Catch your community at play

First Baptist Church to host Fall Fest
First Baptist Church Of Immokalee, 1411 Lake Trafford Road will host their Annual fall
festival on Sunday Oct. 31, 5:30-8 p.m. Free Games, prizes, food, Fun and god-honoring
activities for the whole family.

Healthy department offers flu shots
Collier County Health Dept. Immokalee is offering seasonal flu vaccine for anyone
over 6 months of age. Flu vaccine is free of charge for children and $25 or less for adults.
We are also offering Tdap vaccine (tetanus, diptheria, Dertussis) for adults 19-64 years of
age, free of charge. Clinic hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Immokalee Bulletin

October 28, 2010

University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs