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VOL. 17, NO. 37


MARCH SUNRISE/SUNSET: 19 7:33 7:38 20 7:32 7:39 21 7:31 7:39 22 7:30* 7:40 23 7:29 7:40 24 7:28 7:41 25 7:27 7:41

1~Sanibel-Caiaptiv

Cares Items Up 1 sk
"c~' For Auction
anibel-Captiva Cares is celebrat-
ing its 10th anniversary with
San Old Florida themed gala this
Sunday, March 21 at The Sanctuary.
To date the group has raised $2.5
million to benefit The Children's
Hospital of Southwest Florida.
Items will be auctioned off throughout
i' 1E~ Ithe evening in both live and silent auc-
tions. A Give-To-Give auction provides
an opportunity to buy The Children's
Hospital the items it needs most.
Two highlights of the live auction are
an original painting by Darryl Pottorf
and a hand-carved and hand-painted
wood carving by Jim Sprankle. Pottorf
~~was the featured artist of the first ..
Sanibel-Captiva Cares event in 2001.
'*7' Y- Sprankle has contributed pieces to every
year's gala.
~u While tickets are sold out to
if fF~1 ~ the event, bids can be placed in
~advance or via phone the night of
a ., .the event. Call 472-2082 or email
.. "'SanibelCaptivaCares@gmail .com before
Sunday for more details and a full listing
of auction items.M
Happiness Lives Consequence of a Doc a Hat and a
Cat by Darryl Pottorf American Goldfinches by Jim Sprankle


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plays Miss Tweed, the amateur detec-
tive. Rachel Miller is Hope Langdon, the
naive ingenue who is instantly drawn
to Geoffrey (Kevin Rose) who has mis-
takenly, supposedly, sunk his rowboat
off the coast of Lord Rancour's island.
Colonel Gillweather is played by Matt
Reed and Nigel Rancour (the black
sheep of the Rancour family) is played by
Kevin T. Murphy. Both are making their
Schoolhouse debuts. Elizabeth Urbanczyk,
continued on page 7


opening at The Herb Strauss
Schoolhouse Theater March 25
Oand running through April 24
is the British musical mystery comedy
Something's Afoot.
Taking place in 1935, the show is
about six guests who are invited to Lord
Dudley Rancour's retreat, is on an isolat-
ed island somewhere in the English lake
district. Each guest thought they were
solely invited to spend the weekend with
the mysterious (and missing in action)
Lord Dudley. The guests, three sewvants
and one wayward college student, then
begin getting picked off one by one in
surprising and astonishing ways while the
survivors tn} to uncover who the mur-
derer is.
Kay Francis, who appeared earlier
in the season in Unnecessary Force,


*Silent auction items: autographed
Daytona 500 caps, art painting &
sculpture, an ancient treasure coin, men's
and women's bicycles, and a $200 gift
certificate from March Performance.
continued on page 18


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On Sanibel
The Royal Shell Companies and
Performance Plus join forces this
Saturday, March 20 for the 2nd
annual Tahitian Gardens Car Show at
1975 Periwinkle Way. The show runs
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and features
many makes, models and types of
vehicles. All Tahitian Gardens shops and
restaurants will be open.
The event is in support of PURRE
(People United to Restore our Rivers &
Estuaries). PURRE works to keep our
water quality as pristine as possible so our
beautiful gulf and its shoreline continue
to be home to a wide variety of birds and
aquatic life which enhances both resi-
dents' and visitors' quality of life on this
sanctuary island. .
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live musical entertainment in the evening
hours.
Card night is even} Thursday at 7p3.m.
Cribba;9t urnmnts start on Monday,
Stop in and check out the daily spe-
cials or the entire menu. Dougie Fresh is
Ame=2-an Legion ostl123 serves
food all day, every day, to anyone and
everyone. The doors are open Monday
through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
and on Sunday from noon to 9 p.m.
Post 123 is at mile marker 3 on
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benefitting The Children's Hospital of Southwest Florida,
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Pirate Lore At Sanibel Museum


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Friday Night Is '50s Night
It's '50s night at The Community House Friday, March 19. Doors open at 6 p.m.
car morphed from a $200 orphan to a spectacular vehicle that went everywhere
from honeymoons to prom in the '50s.
Dinner begins at 6:45p3.m. with grilled burgers and all the trimmings, coleslaw,
potato chips, root beer floats and Cherry Cokes. The Del Prados will take you back in
time at 7 p.m. with songs like Run Around Sue and Why Do Fools Fall In Love.
Call 472-2155 for reservations. Members are $25 and non-members are $35. This
evening is sponsored by Sanibel Holiday.M


Glenna and Richard Talbot from Toronto, Canada recently visited the Sanibel Historical
Museum and Village with their two children, Elizabeth, I1, and David, four

Glenna and Richard Talbot from Toronto, Canada recently visited the Sanibel
The children enjoyed searching for pirates' treasure in each of the seven his-
toric Sanibel buildings and then choosing a prize from the treasure chest.
During March, the Historical Village is celebrating Caesar the Great, a legendary
pirate who sailed the gulf coast of Southwest Florida in the early 1800s.
For more information, call 472-4648 during business hours.M


be addressed will be the final draft of the
proposed Land Development Code for
Captiva the subject of years of work
and months of meetings. Planner Max
Forgey with Morris-Depew Associates
Inc. will summarize the final draft and the
panel will initiate the final round of public
discussions and revisions prior to submit-
tal to the county for review and approval.
A copy of the final draft will be avail-
able online at www.captivacommuni-
typanel.com, and other materials related
to the draft will be available electronically
if possible to help Captivans better under-
stand the changes and improvements
being proposed to the code language.
The Lee County Land Code
Development maps are available for pub-
lic view at the Captiva Memorial Library
durity retgultar ibr ry h us. For informa-
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C'Ommunity

T eCpiaCmuiyPanel will ho
hold another public workshop on
Wednesday, March 24, begin-
ning at 9 a.m. in the Cone Rooms of
Chadwick's Square at South Seas Island
Resort. The session will begin at 9 a.m.
and will be lead by planner Max Forgey
with Morris-Depew Associates Inc. The
purpose will be to review the latest draft
of proposed Land Development Code
(LDC) language, including changes
made following the March 9 Community

Maa chr utott Mnd the t dnesday,
Captiva Erosion Prevention District,
which begins at 10 a.m. in the Wakefield
Room at Tween Waters Inn. Learn more
about erosion impacts, matters affect-
ing our coastlines and other areas of
concern facing Captiva and the CEPD.
CEPD officials will comment on the 2010
Florida legislative session, state funding
for beaches, oil and gas drilling in Florida
waters.
The Captiva Community Panel will
meet on Tuesday, April 13, beginning
at 9 a.m. in the Wakefield Room at
'Tween Waters Inn. The main issue to


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Island Jazz & Dance Band

Final Monday Night
Mar 29 Dinnerat S:45pm,
Dancing starts at 7pm
Don't miss this final Monday night for dancing
to jazz standards, big band tunes, and pop
favorites by Tom Cooley and friends. Enjoy dinner
by Bailey's Catering on 3/29 to include: Fried
chicken, potato salad, green bean casserole,
coleslaw, pasta salad and strawberry shortcake.
Tickets for dinner and dance $15. Dance only
$5. Reservations for dinner preferred, please
call the office. The host for this evening will be
The Bank of thelIslands.



Dancing With The Islands' Stars
DVD's Now Available
Enjoy watching the stars compete, plus interviews
and more. The DVD was produced and edited by
our island filmmaker Rusty Farst over a 4 month
period of time right up to the fundraiser. Purchase
your very own copy of the entire gala evening
for $10. Available at the Community House and
Bailey's General Store.

BECOME A MEMBER
of The Community House Now

Be a part of the community and join in the fun,
activities, events, classes and lectures. Help
preserve the islands only historical fully operating
facility. Memberships begin at a nominal rate of
$35 for individuals and up. Call the Community
House for more information.


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tice as a counselor in 2007.
In 989nsoher ouh datt FenynLanding
moment." In addition to her docent duties
at the Historical Village, Duffy is active in
the fused class and silver classes at BIG
ARTS, beach walking, and water pilates at
the Sanibel Recreation Center.
Docent Duffy also has a connection to
Sanibel during her summer n the north.
"One of the Kinzie ferries went to Put-in-
Bay in 1965 after the causeway was built.
It operated there for 25 years," she said.
In 2008 people representing the Put-in-
Bay Historical Museum brought the name
plate from the Yankee Clipper to Sanibel
and donated it to the Sanibel Historical
Museum. Another friend of mine whose
family owned the Put-in-Bay Ferry Line,
rode back to Ohio on the Yankee Clipper
(from Sanibel), and has said she will write
about her experience.
Duffy s ties south and north to
Sanibel s history has contributed to mak-
ing her docent days at the village "a most
enjoyable volunteer position." She adds
that she loves interjecting "facts" that she
has learned at the village into her conver-
sations.
An article on the post-Sanibel voyages
of the Yankee Clipper, blended perhaps
with remembrances of her trips from
Punta Rassa to the island before being
taken to Ohio, is something for island his-
torians to look forward to reading.


Docent Sally Duffy giving a tour in the Sears Roebuck House, Morning Glories

by Ray Buck

the Sears Roebuck House in the Sanibel Historical Museum Village that came
to Sanibel by barge in 1922 in 30,000 pieces.
At Put-in-Bay, Ohio, she lives in a Sears house that was built in 1927 and has
many of the same characteristics, exact same porch, kitchen and dining room cabinets,
woodworking, closets and door handles, bathroom sink and mirror and cabinet, as well
as ceiling and wall fixtures.
"We also have a sun room twice the size of the one in Morning Glories," she notes.
And a second floor with dormer windows.
"The house is across the street from Lake Erie and is my favorite place on earth,
she says. She returns there in the summer. Sanibel also became a favorite place after
she first came to the island with her children in 1982 for a spring break vacation from
her work as a teacher and guidance counselor. She ended her career in private prac-


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TOmorrow: 10 .m. D .m.
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Bring the Family! All Shops & Restaurants are open!
Public is Free; donations to PURRE are appreciated.


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IRAFF;LES:
Car Gear Collectibles Die Cast cars
An hourly "Sta rt the Show Ca r" raffle.
Snacks & Beverages* Goodie Bags* Photo ops with your favorite car
Proceeds from a bove benefit PU RRE.


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-- INSIDE CITY HALL


Sanibel will advertise for open bids
April 8 and other companies can also bid.
exThe cu rnt seohidwa~st franchise


TOll Data

the Sanibel Causeway decreased by
12,114 (4.4 percent). The total was
261,120 crossings, as compared to
273,234 in January 2009.
The highest recorded traffic for
January was experienced in 2001 when
322,154 vehicles crossed during the
course of the month.M

MOment Of
Silence For
Bob Jones
by Anne Mitchell
There was a moment of silence at
the start of Tuesday's Sanibel City
Council meeting for Bob Janes, a
Lee County commissioner. Janes, 78,
died on March 10 at his Sanibel home.
Several city council members praised
Janes for his longtime public service and
dedication. He is a former Sanibel City
Council member and mayor.
Mayor Mick Denham will read a proc-
lamation at a memorial service March
22 at 4 p.m. at Harborside Convention
Center, downtown Fort Myers.
Council also talked about planting a
tree in his honor at city hall, with a mark-
er showing his name.M


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Kimberley Berisford
Don Brown
Ray Buck
Constance Clancy, ED.D.
Suzy Cohen
Scot Congress
Jenny Evans
Marcia Feeney
Eric Pfeifer
Ed Frank
Max Friedersdorf
Priscilla Friedersdorf
Carol Gagnon
Jim George
Craig R. Hersch
Jane Vos Hogg
Joan Hooper


Shirley Jewell
Brian Johnson
Audrey Krienen
Jeri Magg
Cindy Malszycki
Anne Mitchell
Capt. Matt Mitchell
Bruce Neill, PhD
Evelyn Neill
J.B. Novelli
Ed O'Neil
Gerri Reaves
Capt. Bob Sabatino
Di Saggau
Jeanie Tinch
Bridget Vandenburgh


WE MAIL TO ALL RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES ON SANIBEL AND CAPTIVA ISLANDS.


Walste Collection

bynAannnefM thoe wrwat ol-
Ttion bills for residents, Sanibel City
ACouncil tried piggybacking onto Lee
County's contract, expecting a reduc-
tion for economy of scale. But when
the county's bids came in, that wasn't
the case. The lowest of the four bids
was almost 40 percent higher if Sanibel
were included with the rest of the
county and was two percent higher than
Sanibel's stand-alone bid.
r Resident Claudia Burns asked council
why that would be and council members
were just as puzzled as she.
"We can't fathom what the reason is,
said Councilman Peter Pappas.
,"They don't want our garbage, is that
it?" said Burns. "Seems like it," replied
Pappas.
Waste Pro of Florida, Inc. and Veolia
'mmu- Environmental Services, submitted pro-
posals for Sanibel. Waste Pro's residential
0O' pricing was lower, while Veolia's com-
he mercial pricing was lower. Overall, Waste
;tic Pro's total cost was four percent under
the Veolia's.
Public Works Director Gates Castle
Y- said both firms have said they can do bet-
ter on their bids and he recommended
other that council reject the two proposals and
rebid the project on an accelerated sched-
ule "so we can still meet our other goal
to get residential billing on the county tax
out bills "


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COmmunity Park To Have Pavilion
by Anne Mitchell
Pavilion to be constructed in Sanibel's Community Park will allow for co
nity events, band concerts and other performances.
SThe city council on Tuesday approved the gazebo-style pavilion 15' X 3
in size with removable side rails for different types of events. It will be located in t
northwest area of the park. The covered structure will be wood with a wood/plas
composite material for the stage floor; colors will match existing structures within
park.
A vegetation buffer behind it will shield it from the activity in the children's pla
ground nearby and improve the sound quality.
The structure is being donated in part by resident Mike Valiquette, along with (
in kind donations.
It will be available for use under the city's special events use permit procedure.
In other action, the council authorized a five-foot green vinyl fence around the
playground in response to requests from parents and grandparents concerned ab
children wandering away. The fence will cost $4,000.0


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before before a committee that looked a
hell of a lot like the planning commission.
Bruce Rogers said technology has ren-
dered part of the land development code
archaic and that it should be changed.
The change he recommends on behalf
of these people was to increase land use
by up to five percent over what is now
permitted. That is a major statement in
my mind.
Mayor Mick Denham, who was also at
the sub-committee meeting, said he was
concerned and "a little surprised" by the
presentation as it was not on the agenda.
When the time came for public com-
ment, resident Claudia Burns told council
she was at the sub-committee meeting but
didn't say anything at the time "because I
didn't see any surprise or puzzlement on
the land development code committee.
Mike Valiquette, who chairs both the
sub-committee and the planning commis-
sion, said, "We allowed him (Anderson)
to speak as long as we usually do, which
is untimed." He said the committee is
informal and doesn't have a three-minute
limit like the council.
Valiquette added that he requested
the secretary, Susan Beck, to forward
the minutes of the meeting to the five
city council members. He added, "I don t
think we did anything wrong.
Pappas had the last word. "This is a
trust issue," he said. "This has nothing to
do with the clock."


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who appeared in Lovely Night and
Fly Me to the Moon: A Tribute to the
Rat Pack, plays Lady Grace Manley-
Prowe, an uppity and impatient woman.
Schoolhouse actor and Business
Manager Dave Yudowitz appears as Dr.
Grayburn. Playing Lettie, the maid, is
Schoolhouse Marketing Director Madison
Mitchell, who was seen last in Plaza
Suite. James Lane, who has appeared
in multiple Schoolhouse shows includ-
ing Unnecessary Force, Little Shop of
Horrors and Out of Order plays Flint,
the caretaker, and Miguel Cintron, also a
Schoolhouse regular, rounds out the cast
of 10 as Clive, the butler.


Under the direction of Victor
Legarreta and Justin P. Cowan, this off-
kilter musical will keep you guessing.
Who will die first? Who will be left stand-

Blgook your tickets by calling 472-
6862. The opening night reception will
begin at 7 p.m. with the show starting at
8. All showtimes are at 8 p.m.
Something's Afoot is sponsored
by Congress Jewelers. The theater
is at 2200 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel.
Visit www. TheSchoolhouseTheater.
com. On Twitter, follow along at info@
SchoolhouseSNBL and be a friend on
Facebook.M


Public Comment

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Hour-Long Pitch
by Anne Mitchell
Lengthy Power Point presenta-
tion by a local contractor dur-
Aing the public comment section
of last week's meeting of the Land
Development Code Review Sub-
committee came into question at
the Sanibel City Council meeting on
Tuesday.
Mark Anderson, who has plans to
develop Sea Glass, a "green" commu-
nity on the site of the old Schoolhouse
Theater, had brought with him consultant
Bruce Rogers, Rob Andlys, architect and
a founding father of the Florida Green
Building Coalition, and Jeff Good, to urge
a change in the land development code
to "remove disincentives to investment in
modern sustainable and energy efficient
installations.
According to the minutes of the meet-
ing, Anderson presented the work he
has been doing to show how the City
of Sanibel could help progress towards
both SARR'S objectives and those of
the Sanibel plan by making the chang-
es. SARR is the Sanibel Alliance for
Renewable Resources. The presentation
took almost an hour.
On Tuesday, Councilman Peter
Pappas, who was present at the sub-com-
mittee meeting, said Anderson's presenta-
tion "was not on the agenda but it went


Senior Center Becomes Center 4 Life
by Anne Mitchell

Island Seniors is changing its name to Center 4 Life to more effectively market
The Sanibel City Council on Tuesday approved the name change at the request
of the senior center board which in January voted to take the request before the Parks
& Recreation Committee. The committee agreed, said Chris Deal, director of parks
and recreation, in a memo.
"Recent research indicates that the title 'senior center' doesn t adequately reflect the
high activity level found in most centers today, and it makes it difficult to market cen-
ters to younger seniors," Deal said. He added that the board felt the new name also
fits into the city's Fit 4 Life theme.
This name will be used on the newsletter and changed on the outside of the Civic
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Time Running Out For Car Raffle
B ~uyers have until
~Sunday, March 28 to T
I purchase their raffle
tickets to win the Sanibel ( ..E
School Fund s Gem Car.
Tickets are $20 each, or ~t
three for $50 for a chance
to win a sporty and envi- -
ronmentally-friendly GEM
e4 electric car, valued at
$15,000. All proceeds will
benefit the Sanibel School
Fund, which is dedicated
to providing educational.
opportunities not other-.
wise funded by the county : . *, 4
school system. Raffle tickets -t
can be purchased at Bank
of the Islands, Sanibel Deli
& Coffee Factory, Sanibel
Surveys, Sanibel Farmers Andy Johnson, owner of Sanibel Surveys, wants to sell you
M re and The Blue a winning ticket
The winner will be announced at the Seahorse Festival on Sunday, March 28 and
you need not be present to win. The winner will choose between the GEM e4 car or
7 d~y och sn, owner of Sanibel Surveys, is selling raffle tickets. "We still have
more tickets to sell, to buy your ticket, visit the Bank of the Islands, or stop by our
booth Sundays at the farmers market, you will be able to see the car up close.
The nonprofit Sanibel School Fund organization provides educational opportunities
such as the foreign language program, technology, arts and music resources. Since
its inception in 1998, the Sanibel School Fund has supplied the school with class-
room audio-visual enhancements, computers, art supplies, musical instruments and
the Spanish language program. The cost of these unfunded programs and resources
exceeds $100,000 per year.
For more information about the Sanibel School Fund, go to www.
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11. It is sponsored by the Sanibel
Captiva Chapter of the American
Business Women s Association.
Hop on your bike or rent one of theirs
(walkers welcome too) and choose the
winning hand from cards picked from the
sponsor locations. It is great family fun
and prizes will be presented at the After
Pedal Party at The Community House.


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San rlie Island
Y0 ur eart's Desjire...


The Yard and Bake Sale by the
Church is to held on Saturday
March 20, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Snacks and lunch will be served. Try a
walking taco.
Clothing of all kinds and saleable items
may be contributed and will be available
for purchase.
Sanibel Community Church is located
at 1740 Periwinkle Way, next to Jerry's
supermarket.



Catholics To

Meet To 'Keep

Hope Alive'
On Saturday, March 20 the
Southwest Florida Catholic
Assembly, organized by faith-
ful Catholics of the Diocese of Venice,
will host the second annual confer-
ence at St. Andrew United Church of
Christ, 6908 Beneva Road, Sarasota.
Guest speaker, Dr. Anthony Padovano,
renowned theologian, author and speak-
er, will address concerns of the laity who
mourn the loss of renewal and expecta-
tion promised by Vatican II and now
under threat by a traditional hierarchy.
The conference will be from 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m. The registration fee of $25
includes a continental breakfast, lunch
and beverage. Scholarships are available.
Catholics devoted to the church were
energized by Vatican II with the release of
rigid, outdated strictures of the past Mass
was celebrated in their own language,
other faiths were welcomed as partners,
ministries were expanded to the poor
and disadvantaged and altar girls and
women readers were introduced. This
opened their minds to endless possibili-
ties. Catholics were told they had rights
and responsibilities and were encouraged
to move forward with the changes of
Vatican II.
Gradually, what they gained was
withdrawn as the traditionalist hierarchy
retrenched back to pre-Vatican II practic-
es. Only speakers who preach party line
are allowed to speak. Groups who lean
toward more liberal views are forbidden
to assemble on church property. Catholic
employees and volunteers are dismissed
without recourse if they are perceived to
deviate from approved practices.
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ANNUNCIATION GREEK
ORTHODOX CHURCH:
8210 Cypress Lake Drive, Fort Myers
Rev. Dr. Ellas Bouboutsis
Orthros Service Sunday 9 a.m.
Divine Liturgy Sunday 10 a.m.
I loshipchPro rams, SGtruedek School,
www. orthodox-faith.com
481-2099
BAT YAM-TEMPLE OF THE ISLANDS:
The Reform Congregation of Bat Yam,
Temple of the Islands, meets for Friday
night services at 8 p.m. in the Fellowship
Hall, of the United Congregational
Church, 2050 Perlwinkle Way, Sanibel.
Call7Tem~ple) residentinBrnmr t l.ubetkin'
CAPTIVA CHAPEL BY THE SEA:
11580 Chapin Lane
The Rev. Dr. Robert R. Hansel
Nov. 15 through April 18
Sunday 11 a.m.
472-1646
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST'
SCIENTIST:
290Wes hGull -Dr. Snday -W1:3n0eadm.;
evening meeting 7:30 p.m.; Readin
room open, Mo day, Wepdnesday and
Friday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. (November
through March), Friday 10 a.m. to
1 p.m. (summer hours). 472-8684.
SANIBEL COMMUNITY CHURCH:
Sanibel Community Church:
1740 Periwinkle Way, 472-2684
Brb Nae D noiatee tPastor
Tom Walsh, Youth Pastor
Sunday Worship Hours:
8 a.m. Traditional Service
with Communion


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9 a.m. Contemporary Service
with Kids' Church
10:45 a.m. Traditional Service
Shildc~ar availaGRE aG Iserv ces.
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST.
2050 Periwinkle Way, 472-0497 -
Ministers: Rev. Dr. John H. Danner and
Rev. Denise Terry
Sunday Worship
7:45 a.m. Informal Chapel Service
9:00 a.m. Worship with nursery and
Sunday School for children and youth
11 a.m. Worship with nursery care
Elevators for easy access to sanctuary.
tChurchnolffice o~pennMonday-Friday 9 a.n
www.sanibelucc.org
ST. ISABEL CATHOLIC CHURCH:
3559 San-Cap Rd., 472-2763
Pastor: Rev. Christopher Senk,
Communion Service: Monday and
Tuesday, 8:30 a.m.
Daily Mass: Wednesday, Thursday, Frida
8:30 a m.; Saturday Vigind 5 p:a.m.

August and September Services
Saturday, Vigil Mass 5 p.m.,
Sunday Masses at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m.
ST. MICHAEL & ALL ANGELS
EPISCOPAL CHURCH:
2304 Perlwinkle Way between the
Bean & Bailey's, 472-2173
Rev. Dr. Ellen Sloan, Rector
www.saintmichaels-sani bel.org
Waors apy Srtvice
Sunday at 8 and 10:30 a.m..
Wednesday at 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISTS
OF THE ISLANDS:
Meets on the first Sunday of each mont~
from December through April at the
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A pot luck is held at a member's home on
the third Sunday of each month.
For more information call 395-3112 or
email Ryl 39@aol.com.4


Commission, where he was instrumental
in passing stringent building codes on the
island to protect the environment.
Janes was elected to the Sanibel City
Council and then was elected mayor. In
2000, he was elected to the Board of Lee
County Commissioners and re-elected
in 2004 and 2008. As a member of the
commission, he focused on his lifelong
passion of human services and health
care issues, serving as the board s advo-
cate and liaison for mental health and
substance abuse issues at local, state and
national levels. He was instrumental is the
creation of Lee County s mental health
triage center and low demand shelter. He
also served as liaison between the board
and the Florida Legislature, Public Safety
Coordinating Council, Human Services
Council, Babcock Ranch, Southwest
Florida Regional Planning Council and
Metropolitan Planning Organization.
Last June, the 5,620 acres of the
Babcock Ranch that lie in north Lee
County was renamed the Bob Janes
Preserve in honor of the active and dedi-
cated role Janes played in negotiating the
public purchase and subsequent presewva-
tion of this important piece of the local
environment.
A memorial fund to collect donations
for the Bob Janes Preserve has been
established through the Conservation
20/20 Program. Donations may be sent
in care of Cathy Olson, Conservation
20/20 Program, 3410 Palm Beach
Boulevard, Fort Myers FL 33916. Checks
should be made out to Lee County Board
of County Commissioners, and Bob
Janes Memorial Fund should be written in
the memo.
Janes is survived by his wife of more
than 55 years, Lynda Janes, and their
three daughters, Susie (Janes) and Colin
Flinn, Sandy and Mary.M








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BOB JANES

ee County will host a public
ofCommissioner Bob Janes on
March 22 at 4 p.m. at Harborside Event
Center in downtown Fort Myers.
The public is invited to attend, with
doors opening about 3:30 p.m.
The Lee County, Florida community
his mourning the loss, but celebrating the
life and accomplishments of Lee County
Commissioner, former Sanibel Mayor and
former National Association of Counties
and Florida Association of Counties board
member Robert P. (Bob) Janes, who died
in his Sanibel home March 10. Janes was
a lifelong public sewvant and champion
-for the local community.
As a county commissioner, Janes
represented the residents of District 1,
which includes Cape Coral, Captiva,
Upper SCtap ivaesS nbell o ilcha dP ca
Grande, however, he served the entire
community and his impact will be felt
county-wide for years to come.
As the son of educators, Janes was
taught about the necessity of public ser-
vice and the importance of volunteering.
He took that lesson seriously and began
his career early in life in the United States
Army, retiring as a colonel.
He was first elected into public service
in the 1960s as a Minneapolis city alder-
man and then as a Hennepin County
commissioner, where he served five years
as board chairman. From Minnesota, he
moved to Washington, D.C. and served
as the deputy director of the White
House Intergovernmental Affairs, where
he worked as liaison between the White
House and state governments, counties
and cities. Among other issues, he tackled
key health care policies. In 1975, he and
his family moved to Sanibel.
Janes was a successful businessman
in the local community, including being a
banker and owner of a real estate school,
a hotel and a restaurant. He stayed true
to his parents' example and became a
dedicated community volunteer and pub-
Slic sewvant for Lee County. He served
as a member of the Sanibel Planning


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Congregational Church
To Hold Holy Week Services
anibel Congregational United Church of Christ, 2050 Periwinkle Way, will
observe Holy Week with a full schedule of worship services. Visitors are always
Welcome.
*Sunday, March 28, Palm Sunday services as follows: 7:45 Chapel service; 9
and 11 a.m. full worship services with Chancel Choir and special musical guests, the
Suncoast Brass.
*Thursday, April 1, Maundy Thursday Tenebrae service 7 p.m. Holy Communion
will be served.
Friday, April 2, Good Friday service 12 to 1 p.m.
Sunday, April 4, Easter services as follows: 7:45 Chapel Semvice; 9 and 11 a.m.
full worship services with Chancel Choir.M

LOGOS Easter
What's Easter all about? The LOGOS children, ages three years through 5th
grade, will be looking at the weekend events that occurred around the first
Easter on Wednesday from 3:30 to 7 p.m.
In a tremendous sound of celebration, there will be the annual cup stomp.
For more information, call Kathy Cramer at 472-2684.M


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Pastor To Speak On The Ultimate
Makeover At Women's Connection
B ~arbara Nave, associate pastor at Sanibel Community '-+
~Church, will speak on The Ultimate Makeover at L
Lthe Sanibel-Captiva Christian Women's Connection
(SCCWC) Thursday, April 8 at The Dunes Golf and Tennis / rY
Club. Other program highlights include the songs of Randy I.,
and Lori Thomas, Country Music Hall of Fame singers, and a I
mini arts and crafts fair. The dinner program begins at 5:30
p.m. and costs $18 per person. Women of all ages are invited
and are encouraged to bring along the special man in their
lives. Reservations are required.
As a child, Nave followed her father's navy career by living
in many places including Africa. She met and married her high
school sweetheart, Chuck Nave, a Sanibel native. While raising Pastor Barbara
their two sons, she was involved in sports, band, social activities Nave
and church. During their son's middle and high school years, she
became an active volunteer in leadership of the youth of her church. She and Chuck
formed the first Youth Missions and involved youth locally in Habitat for Humanity, in
the U.S. with Mountain TOP and globally in Russia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic,
Ecuador and Israel
Nave served many years at Sanibel Community Church as administrator of the
LOGOS program for elementary and high school students. She has received the
Sanibel Captiva Kiwanis Citizen of the Year for her dedicated work with the youth of
the islands. Passionate about the opportunities to help people, she pursued seminary
training and became an ordained minister in 2002.
Nave and her husband continue mission work every summer serving in an English
Camp in Moldova teaching students to read and speak English using Bible study
materials. She has taught workshops globally serving missionaries from nine eastern
European countries, Indians on the Amazon, planting trees in Ethiopia with ECHO
and frequently hosts pilgrimages to the Holy Lands. She is a seasoned traveler who
loves being rooted and grounded on Sanibel Island.
For information and reservations call Anita at 481-1957. Checks made payable
to San-Cap of FL CWC may be mailed to Linda Yoder, 9190 Bayberry Bend, Unit
104, Fort Myers, FL 33908. The program is sponsored by SCCWC and Stonecroft
Ministries.M





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Gra am Im tnt t Wllb thaheanexts s the
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Christ. If that s to an arena full of people
or one person on the street, I will do
whatever God is calling me to do.
Graham also serves BGEA as assistant
director of the Billy Graham Training
Center at The Cove in Asheville, North
Carolina. The Cove offers multi-day semi-
nars on a variety of Christian subjects and
features nationally-recognized speakers.
Graham graduated from Liberty
University in 1997 with a Bachelor of
Science degree in religion and in 2001
graduated from Southeastern Baptist
Theological Seminar with a Master of
Divinity degree.
He and his wife, Kendra, have two
daughters, Christine Jane (CJ) and Rachel
Austin, and a son, William Franklin
Graham V. The family lives in North
Carolina.
For more information about the ser-
vice, call 334-7747.M



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son of legendary evangelist The
Reverend Billy Graham, will be
the principal speaker at the Community
Easter Sunrise Service at City of Palms
Park (Red Sox Stadium) in downtown
Fort Myers Easter Sunday, April 4.
Congregations from throughout
Southwest Florida will gather to worship
and to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus
Christ at this sunrise service, which has
been a tradition in Fort Myers for more
than a half century.
Doors open at 5:30 a.m. and the
service begins at 6:30 a.m. There is no
admission for the service or for parking at
City of Palms Park. Free coffee and pas-
tries will be served both before and after
the service.
The Rev. Graham will be traveling
to Fort Myers specifically to deliver the
Easter message. He is the third genera-
tion of Grahams to proclaim the Gospel
of Jesus Christ under the banner of the
Billy Graham Evangelistic Association
(BGEA).
Ministers from a dozen area churches
participated in the planning for this event.
Supporting the program will be The
Rev. John Daugherty of First Baptist
Church of Fort Myers; Pastor Chuck
Smith of Broadway Community Church;
Rev. Arlene Jackson of Central United
Methodist Church; Pastor Gregory Ford
of First Assembly Cornerstone; Rev. Galy
Cox of First Christian Church; Rev. Paul
deJong of First Presbyterian Church of
Fort Myers; Rev. Jim Mitchell of First
United Methodist Church; Rev. Philip D.

Cucl; R vCJ nS Zh dk sof ts Mc ael
Lutheran Church; Pastor Bob Calvert
of Sonshine Worship Center; Rev. Dr.
Israel Suarez of Templo Cristiano El
Buen Samaritano; Major Arthur Penhale
of The Salvation Army; and Rev.
Douglas Kelchner of Thomas A. Edison
Congregational Church.
Additional churches are encouraged to
bring their congregations to the service as
wehaesnrs ric haes e en a tradi-
tion since the 1950s and has moved
ov toe yaS dirom th tFor Myers High
City of Palms Park. This is the 15th year
that the service has been conducted at
City of Palms Park. Last year, more than
2,000 people attended.
One wejocom nd Et n ur ge eve s
community-wide worship service," said
Rev. Daugherty, the chairman of this
year s planning committee. "We have
Poaok an we' Oikpe to pac kh place wish
people who wish to celebrate the resur-
rection of Jesus Christ."
Music will be by the Southwest Florida
Symphony Chorus and Brass Quintet
along with the praise team Scripture. The
service will be inter-denominational.
Since beginning his evangelistic min-
istry with youth-oriented, one-day events
in Canada, Rev. Graham has spoken
to tens of thousands in North America,


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His first crusade-style event which he
calls Celebrations took place in 2006 in
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OBITUARY

BARRETT L. SCALLET

alderman who worked for 42
years in research and develop-
ment at Anheuser-Busch, died Friday
(February 5, 2010) at a hospital near
his vacation home in Sanibel, Florida,
after suffering complications from hip-
replacement surgery. He was 93.
Mr. Scallet, of Clayton, was also a
top-ranked player in national and inter-
national senior tennis competitions and
competed up until the week before his
death.
Mr. Scallet was born in St. Louis
attended high school in Los Angeles
and returned to St. Louis to attend
Washington University, where he studied
chemn ch enietrng.te lewntionryt n
1946. During college, he met Clayton
native Norma Cohen. They married in
1943.
Mr. Scallet conducted and directed
scientific research for Anheuser-Busch,
completing his decades-long career as
director of corn products research. He
held numerous patents in industrial food
processes, and his research was widely
published.
Mr. Scallet served on the Clayton
Board of Aldermen for 15 years between
1956 and 1972, when he saw the city
grow to a bustling government and busi-
ness center. He played a leading role in
the city's transition from a strong mayoral
form of government to a city manager
form. He was instrumental in acquiring
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Park, as well as building and improving
Shaw Park's tennis courts, ice rink and
swimming pool. He helped enact city
planning codes, including the elimination
of a five-story height limitation for build-
ings in the central business district.
Daughter Patricia Scallet of Ladue
said her father decided to run for office
because he was flattered by a friend
suggesting he would be good at it. He .
continued running because he was dedi-
cated to the city. "He was very proud
of his service," said another daughter,
Leslie Lieberman of Washington. "He
loved Clayton and felt very proprietary of
Clayton.
After retiring from A-B in 1979, Mr.
Scallet continued his scientific interests bV
volunteering to monitor radio waves from
outer space for the Planetary Society
and reading instruments for the National
Oesaunic an dA nohe ic AUvienjit aion.
School of Engineering and endowed
several scholarships. He loved measuring
things, his daughters said, even keeping a
timer in his car to clock trips.
In his retirement, Mr. Scallet also
began competing in national and interna-
tional tennis tournaments. He won sev-
eral major competitions and was recently
ranked No. 1 in singles and doubles in
the over-90 age group by the United
States Tennis Association. "He used to
say he was going to be the best in the
world because he was the last one stand-
ing," said Patricia Scallet, who also filmed
a documentary about the nonagenarian
tennis competitors.
Funeral services and interment were at
Beth Hamedrosh Hagodol Cemetery in
Ladue .
In addition to his daughters, among
oheC suv rsar eohis wie Noro aSta lt
Clayton; and three grandchildren.
Memorial contributions can be made
to a charity of the donor's choice.M



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From page 9

Keep Hope Alive
Today, the Pew Survey states that one
third of those raised Catholic have left the
church. Organizations such as Southwest
Florida Catholic Assembly aim to encour-
age disenchanted Catholics to remain in
the church, to remind them of their status
under Vatican II, to give them the oppor-
tunity to air their views and share their
hope to keep the church of Pope John
XXIII alive.
For information and a registration
form, contact Jeanne Durney, 941-496-
4128, jeannedurney@aol.com, or Ellen
McNally, 239-390-0880, jmenallyl@
juno.com.#


n Sunday, March 21 at 7:07 p.m.
singer, songwriter, Matthew Smith
Will bring the porch series to a
close at Sanibel Community Church with
acoustic hymns.
In Smith's own words: "May these
hymns give you a taste of the rich wine
of the gospel, poured out at great cost for
God's glory and our good."
Bring your lawn chair and a friend, kick
back, relax and let the music swirl around
you. No tickets required. A love offering
will be received for Smith's ministry.
Sanibel Community Church is located
at 1740 Periwinkle Way, next to Jery's
Market. For more information call 472-
2684.4


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challenges, including terrorism and war.
Many people have found that prayer
is a successful starting point to solving
these challenges. National speaker, Ryder
Stevens says, "Prayer is a practical, effec-
tive, reliable system of healing. In my
experience the application of God's law
reveals infinite grace and blessing which
heals, brings freedom, and transforms.
Stevens, a full-time prayer-based healer
using the Christian Science system of heal-
ing, will present a talk titled Peace and
Reconciliation on Thursday, April 1, at
7:30 p.m. at the Sanibel Public Library.
During his talk, Stevens references the.. ,
original sourcebook on Christian healing,
the Bible, along with Science and Health
with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker
Eddy, a book of universal ideas on practical
spirituality. Speaking from his own experi-
ence, Stevens helps the audience discover
that prayer is a practical, effective means Ryder Stevens
of conquering fear and resolving conflict
individually and in the world. He explores universal spiritual laws you can rely on for
unity and healing.
Stevens, a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship, has a masters of
divinity degree from Boston University with additional doctoral studies from Harvard
Divinity School. In his work as an army chaplain he worked with the military organiza-
tions of Sub-Sahara Africa and played a part in founding a humanitarian/peace keep-
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Island Seniors

Sanibel Fit For

Life Is Our Motto
HAPPY Hour Fitness
*8 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and
Friday

AerHbics nd aPnodsits ofHPiaes and
Yoga. The class begins with a joke from
one of the participants and ends with a
positive thought for the day. Strengthen,
lengthen and gain flexibility.
Power Hour Fitness
*8 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday
Hand weights, stretch cords and sta-
bility balls along with mats will be used
to strengthen and lengthen muscles.
Essential Total Fitness
*9:30 a.m. Monday through Friday
This class includes cardio, muscle
strengthening and flexibility training with
hand weights, stretch cords, chairs and
stability balls. No floor mat work.
Gentle Yoga
*11 a.m. Monday and Wednesday
Stretch, tone and strengthen while
improving flexibility, proper alignment
and circulation.Chairs and mats are used
to meet the needs of varying experience
levels. Bring a towel
Hand & Foot
1p.m. Tuesday
A predominately North American
standard deck playing card game related
to Canasta
Bridge for Fun
*1 p.m. Monday and Wednesday
Mah Johngg
1p.m. Thursday
Prizes for both games are awarded.
Materials and supplies provided. The cost
is $2.50 for members or $5 for non-
me nationn with Karl & Ann
*8:30 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and
Fride half hour to relax the soul and
relieve stress. While this is primarily
intended for those who are seeking a
group with which to meditate, those with
no experience are welcome.
Kayak Launching
Tuesday, March
Non-competitive outing with space for
16 people on eight two-person kayaks
and unlimited space for those with their
own kayaks. Each outing has two leaders
who determine thetl ceation.eAll parti -s

provided include the kayaks, paddles
and required life jackets. Fees are $5 for
members and $10 for non-members.
Members are given first priority. Come bV
the center or call to sign up.
Mah30ngg Lessons
*Thursdays, 9 a.m. to noon, April 1
through 22.
Limited to eight students who are
required to attend all four sessions.Cost
is $10 for members and $20 for non-
members.
Barbara B. Mann Theater
*Saturday, March 20 at 2 p.m.
Cirque Dreams Illumination
This action-packed dream is enhanced

fa talt ct-cap f sem ia e ftsa Its
illumination will surpass its "jaw dropping,


family-friendly spectacle" proclamation by
the LA Times and exhilarate audiences
of all ages.
Leisure Lunchers and Thrift and
Consignment Shop
*Thursday, March 25 at 11:30 a.m.
The Blarney Stone and Classy Exchange.


Explore new restaurants, meet new
people, and visit with friends. Join oth-
ers to carpool or be at the restaurant at
11:30 a.m.
For further details on programs call
472-5743.#


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to, tuition associated with any arts-related
degree or advance workshops. In order to
be eligible, applicants must meet one of
the following criteria:
High school senior
Student currently enrolled in accred-
ited undergraduate or graduate programs
*Individual who has received their
Bachelor s degree and who has worked
for a period of time and is returning to
school for an advanced degree
They also must meet one of the fol-
lowing criteria:
*Current resident of Sanibel or
Captiva for at least two years
*Currently employed on Sanibel or
Captiva (or have a parent employed) for
at least two years
*Current member of BIG ARTS for
two years (one year for students)
*Current resident of Lee County
Applications are available Monday
through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
BIG ARTS, 900 Dunlop Road, Sanibel,
online at www.BIGARTS.org, or e-mail
info@ BIG ARTS.org. For further infor-
mation call 395-0900.#


goods, and balloons. Hot dogs will also
be served. A special attraction will be
pictures with the Easter Bunny and with
the ponies.
The Children s Education Center of
the Islands is a non-profit school run by a
parent board. The school relies heavily on
the support of the community and is cur-
rently seeking volunteers from the Sanibel
and Captiva community to assist with the
activities at the Spring Festival. Please
contact Jana Yates at 472-4538 if you
can help out. Proceeds from the Spring
Festival will benefit the education center s
scholarship fund and general operating
expenses.
Bank of the Islands is the sponsor of
the event.#


Apply Now
FOr BIG ARTS

Scholarships
applications~ ~ f T Rbr
IG ARTS is now accepting
Rauschenberg Scholarship, The
Patricia Thurber Scholarship Trust,
and BIG ARTS BIG SECRET Artworks
Scholarship. The deadline is Monday,
March 29.
Students who have professional goals
to pursue visual arts, music, dance, the-
ater, or film are invited to apply for one
of the awards. Funds may be used for an
educational institution s tuition, books, art
supplies, or equipment. The committee
will consider funding for, but not limited


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an Easter egg hunt for children age four
and under. The hunt for children ages five
to eight will be at 10:10. Children ages
nine to 12 will follow at 10:20. There is
no charge for the Easter egg hunt.
The games, crafts, contests, and pony
rides begin at 10:30 a.m. and will run
until 1 p.m. A $10 armband will allow
each child unlimited fun in all activities:
bounce house, giant slide, pony rides,
face-painting, pinatas, basketball shoot,
sack races, and lots more.
The festival will also include a silent
auction, Easter basket raffles, guess the
jelly beans give-away, homemade baked


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Sunset dining at its very best. The
Sunset Grill is open for breakfast,
lunch and dinner seven days a week.
Enjoy fresh seafood, Prime steaks
or any of our chefs selections, while
enjoying a beautiful sunset right
from your table. We offer a large
selection of fine wines to accompany

oaon adj~oinmu teo iht frot best
meal and sunset on the island.


Spring Festival

Children's

Education Center

Spring Festival
All1 families residents and visi-
Stors are invited to come out and
jo i he fu a th Child e'
Educati n enter nf atetIseands Sprer s
Festival at Sanibel City Park on
Saturday, April 3. The festival has been
a true island favorite with youngsters for
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Home Again Sailors Valentine


On March 23 and 25, artist Constance Miller will lead a Sailors Valentine
Workshop at The Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum. You can join the class for
Oone day and complete the project on your own or return for the second day.
The cost of the class is $30 per day which includes the kit. Attendees are encour-
aged to bring their own small shells to augment supplies provided in the kit. The
class will be held at the museum from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Reservations are required.
There will be a minimum class size of six participants.
Contrary to myth, Sailors Valentines were not made by sailors in order to pass time
at sea. These very special Valentines are a magnificent shell art form developed in the
early 19th century by the women of Barbados and other Caribbean areas. They were
sold to English and American sailors on their way home from a long journey at sea,
sailors who wanted to take something special home to their loved ones.
Octagonal boxes made of Spanish cedar served as frames for symmetrical and well-
balanced compositions that artists created, in pointillist-like fashion, using small shells


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of different colors and shapes. Historians
believe the Valentines were made with
local shells or hells brought to Barbados
Miller is a native of Lewes, Delaware.
After a long, rewarding teaching career,
she retired in 2004 to pursue and further
develop her passion with art.
Drawn to shells as a young child,
Miller explored fine art through shells
early on and that is more than apparent
in her creations. Those talents were fine
tuned while studying at the University of
Delaware where she received a BA and
masters in art with a major in printmak-
ing.
That graphics background is evident in
her black and white pen and ink drawings
and scratchboards loaded with whimsy,
much like the artist herself. It was a trip
to Sanibel that took her love for shell art
and led to the craft of Victorian Sailors
Valentines and shell mosaics.
For reservations call Diane Owvis
Thomas at 395-2233.4


Hal Pilcher


Sue and Richard Spout


service and gift certificate for the Museum
Store. Public Program Specialist Diane
Orvis Thomas presented Linda Kramer,
Adi Kupfer, Joyce Matthys, Patricia
Moreman Whip, Evelyn Spencer, John
Fairfield, and Barb Hansen special rec-
ognition awards for greater than 1,000
total cumulative volunteer hours. Richard
Willis, Peg Bisignani, and Marguerite
Pilcher were recognized for logging more
than 2,000 hours. Top honors went
t00H~al hPilcher for doenuartndng netthaencl

1 cIosn dead snt naod teS Gat Hal of
could never be carried out without the
priceless dedication and enthusiasm dem-
onstrated by the volunteers.#


Jean and Rich Rompala


Over 50 volunteers were honored
at The Bailey-Matthews Shell
OMuseum's annual volunteer
recognition ceremony. Dinner was pro-
vided by The Timbers Restaurant & Fish
Market, Matzaluna, Lazy Flamingo, The
S ned, Jc rana eDouckFre' sSa ib 1
HumseBar & Grille, ntd The 01d Captiva
Schlosbser sapnorsolred piano entertain-
Each volunteer received a certificate of


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Show car parking begins at 8 a.m.


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rthe fifth consecutive year
for Environmental Studies will
award $1,000 to each of one or more
local high school seniors or college stu-
dents in April.
Applicants must live in Lee County,
Charlotte, or Collier county and intend to
pursue an education in science, biology,
environmental studies, or wildlife conser-
vation. Funds may be used for tuition,
books, supplies, equipment, and techni-
cal materials at a qualifying institution of
higher learning. Applications are due by
March 31.
"We are extremely grateful to Winston
Spurgeon and Wendy Erler-Schnapp,
owners of Tarpon Bay Explorers, for this
generous contribution to the future of
environmental education and our youth,"
said Doris Hardy, chair of the "Ding
Darling Wildlife Society-Friends of the
Refuge (DDWS) Education Committee.
"It fits well with our mission to further the
refuge's conservation education value.
Tarpon Bay Explorers, the official
recreational concession for JN "Ding
Darling National Wildlife Refuge, offers
refuge visitors kayak rentals and tours,
Wildlife Drive tram tours, nature boating
cruises, educational Deck Talks, and other
opportunities to learn more about local
wildlife and its habitat.


DDWS, a non-profit, friends-of-the-
refuge organization that supports the
Education Center, "Ding" Darling Days,
and other educational programs at the
refuge, will administer the Tarpon Bay
Explorers scholarships.
For information on undenuriting
additional scholarships or applying for
scholarships contact Hardy at hardydd@
comcast.net or 472-1100 ext. 233, or



Birding At The Pres

birders on weekly
J i xeineoutings to pre-
serves owned and man-
aged by the Sanibel-
Captiva Conservation
Foundation (SCCF).
Both new and experi-
enced birders will enjoy
the variety of birds in
diverse wildlife habitats.
Botany enthusiasts are
also welcome to help
identify plants along the
trails. All walks begin at
8 a.m. and the final two
walks of the season will
be at SCCF's Center
Tract, at the Nature
Center, 3333 Sanibel-
Captiva Road, one mile
west of Tarpon Bay
Road at Mile Marker
1. Meet at the Nature
Center porch. All out-
ings are free to the
public. Call SCCF at
472-2329 or 472-4031
for more details.M



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CEar show Saturda
*Raffle items: car banners, collect-
ibles, gear, and gift certificates for oil
changes.
*The R+L Carriers Racing Team
hauler and show car will be on site. The
opportunity to "start the car" every hour
will be raffled, allowing the winners to feel
the rumble of the race car.
*John Nader from the Great White
Grill is serving beverages and snacks.
There will be two photographers on
hand, one to take your photo with your
car (for participants), the other to take
photos of people by the show car and
hauler. A portion of these proceeds will
also benefit PURRE.
Parking is at The Bank of the Islands
at the corner of Periwinkle Way and Casa
Ybel and includes a complementary trol-
ley ride both ways courtesy of Adventures
In Paradise. There will also be limited
parking in the vacant lot off Periwinkle,
east of Purdy. Watch for signs. No park-
ing is allowed on Purdy.#


Toni Westland at ToniWestland@fws.
gov or 472-1100 ext. 237.
Applicants can also download and
print scholarship applications and infor-
mation from www.dingdarlingsociety.org.
Click on the applicable link on the bot-
tom right-hand side under the "Inside the
Society."M


Tarpon Bay Explorers takes environmental
education a step beyond tram tours with
its generous scholarship program
"Our Tarpon Bay Explorer natural-
ists are a team of environmental educa-
tors. Many of these talented individuals
would not have had the opportunity to
complete environmental studies or other
related programs if it weren't for grants
and scholarships from members of the
business community," said Erler-Schnapp.
"Therefore, we understand the value of
educating these young people and are
glad to contribute. We are fortunate to be
able to offer these scholarships.


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Book Signings
anibel author Charles Sobczak
will be signing copies of his newly
released book Living Sanibel,a
nature guide to Sanibel & Captiva
Islands, as well as his other books at
The Island Book Nook on Friday, March
26 from 1 to 3 p.m.
Sanibel author Christine Lemmon will
be signing copies of her newly released
gift book, Whisper from the Ocean,
as well as her three island novels on
Saturday, March 27 from 11 to 1 p.m.
The Island Book Nook is at 2330
Palm Ridge Road. Phone 472-6777.4




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ISLAND SUN MARCH 19, 2010 19
On the same day CROW received
Otter #5, found in a residential backyard
in Cape Coral. They will all shortly be
together in the otter complex, jumping
on tires, rolling on mats, and swimming
lengths of the pool. Toward the end of
their stay they will chase live fish and
crabs in the deep end of the pool.
The otters will be in the complex at
CROW for approximately six months
before release back to the wild. At the
current occupancy rate, CROW may
need several more otter resorts.
CROW (Clinic for the Rehabilitation
of Wildlife, Inc.) is a non-profit wildlife
hospital providing veterinary care for
native and migratory wildlife from the
Gulf Coast of Florida. The hospital
accepts patients seven days a wueek
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mail donations
to PO Box 150, Sanibel, FL 33957.
Call 472-3644 or visit:
wwwu~.crowulnclinic.0r


tion, which he
took an immediate
interest in. The
otter remained in
ICU until she was
large enough to
be around the out-
door pool.
Otter #2
arrived on
February 23, just
as the first one
was transferred to
the outdoor otter
complex. She was
quite small, only
750 grams, and
pretty weak. She
was not ready to
go outside.
But she soon
had company in
the ICU walk-
in cage. Otter
#3 came in
on March 10
from Clearwater Bayots
Aquarium. Otter
#4 was brought to
CROW from the Naples Conservancy on
March 15.
Otters are among the most social of
mammal species. "They play and sleep
together in an otter ball," said Dr. Amber.
Staff noticed that Otter #1 was look-
ing a bit forlorn in the outdoor cage so
on March 16, with Otter #3 sufficiently
large enough, they moved him outdoors.
"The big guy outside now has a friend,"
said Dr. Amber.


Available At These Locations:
Bailey's General Store
Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum
Barnes & Noble CROW "Ding" Darling
Jerry's Supermarket Macintosh Books
Sanibel Island Bookshop SCCF
Tarpon Bay Explorers
The Book Nook Trader's Cafe


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at'Tween Waters Inn, we're serving something
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Series, where you can enjoy a delicious
lunch in our beautiful bay-front setting -
and meet a popular local artist, view their
creations and, if you're so moved, take home
more than a doggy bag.


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by Brian Johnson
CROW 's
otter com-
Cplex has a
reputation among
conservationists in
Southwest Florida
.as a premiere
facility for raising
otter pups, and so
every year CROW
receives requests
from other wildlife organizations to take
in their orphans.
For the otters, it's like passing through
the gates of a five-star hotel. The com-
plex has every possible luxury, including
a pool, toys, sand box and a very private
setting.
CROW received its first otter baby of
the season on Februraly 13 when Pete
LeBarge brought in a 1.5-kilogram boy
from North Fort Myers. He had seen the
mother otter traversing the property sev-
eral times with the babies.
"The dog got a hold of one of the
youngsters, and by the time he got to
him the little baby was lying on his back
from obvious trauma and shock," said Dr.
Amber McNamara. "It's the highest level
of anxiety an animal can experience."
CROW staff gave him pain medica-
tion, dilute milk and an electrolyte solu-



































Send Us Your Fish Tales
The Island Sun would like to hear from anglers about their catches. Send us
details including tackle, bait and weather conditions, date of catch, species
and weight, and include photographs with identification. Drop them at
the Island Sun, 1640 Periwinkle Way, Suite 2, Sanibel, or email to
islandsuncity@aol.com; or call Anne Mitchell at 395-1213.


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C Id F otOFnS

Should Be Thing
Of The Past
by Capt.
p:4 Matt Mitchell
~~~ I ~ in~gees aere
-sI Iare all done
With cold fronts for
-, this winter and fish-
'=ing will really start", tso0

have not started to
reappear yet and
when they do that
will really mark the beginning of spring-
time fishing. Our water temperatures
have finally started to creep back up so
we should be really close to some of the
best fishing all year.
A 70-degree water temperature is usu-
ally the magic number for everything to
start happening but with such a long cold
winter things might pick up a few degrees
coredfish fishing was good last week
with decent mid-day high tides. Redfish
could be caught both under the man-


day. This area gets really good tide flow
from the passes and has lots of healthy
gash' 'tldts derp aun al channels and
Clear winter water makes the area
easy to navigate as a ot ofit is realn
shallow when you get out of the tidal
channels. I suggest fishing the edges of
the flats and drifting through the deeper
channels with the tide. Once you locate
fish simply drop the anchor. Throwing
soft plastic jigs is the way to go if you re
going to drift as you can cover a lot of
ground. Live shrimp under a poppn
cork will also do the trick but be rayt
go through a lot of bait.
Capt. Matt Mitchell moved to Sanibel
in 1 980 and has fished local waters for
more than 25 years. He now! lives in St.
James City and has woorked as a back
country fishing guide for more than 10
years. If you have comments or ques-
tions email captmattm itchell~aol. com.Xt






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Redfish fishing picks up
groves and around oyster bars. Most were
on the smaller side but there were a few
quality fish mixed in too. The big redfish


of the week on my boat measured 26
inches.
Working deeper sandholes and sloughs
around oysters bars with good tidal flow
was the pattern the reds were in and days
Onted nocteo tm re ds werec onun n.
after another. Pot holes around Cork Key
and Panther Key also held good numbers
of redfish but these fish were not quite so
quick to take a bait as the ones around
oyster bars. Chumming them with chunks
of shrimp and waiting them out produced
a few slot-size fish.
While working mangrove islands all
over the sound this week I have been
noticing some of the biggest trout I have
seen all year. These big gator trout are
laid up over sandholes and are often very
spooky. Trout over 20 inches are getting
more and more common and April is
about the best month to catch a really big
one in our area. One of my favorite ways
to trout fish is to work the deeper edges,
sand potholes and drop-offs of grass flats
with soft plastic jigs and shallow running
plugs. Most of the really big trout are lon-
ers and are often more spread out than
the average size ones.
Foster's Point in the middle sound has
been a good area to fish if you're look-
ing for a mixed bag of fish and just good
action. This section of the sound from
Redfish Pass to Captiva Pass is a great
place to spend a few hours if not a whole


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Conservation Association.


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the beach) find shells for her grandkids
in Indiana. When we parted our ways I
went back into the cold water and the
shell was just sitting in about two feet of
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clubs, tours are held on Wednesdays at 9
a.m. Reservations are required and can
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Polar Ice In A Climate Change:

Are We Waking Sleeping Giants?
B ~IG ARTS will host Dr. Waleed
CCAbdalati to lecture at 7:30 p.m.
I Wednesday, March 24. Scientists
worldwide have reported the risk that
global warming will cause the polar ice
cap to melt with disastrous results. But
what is really happening to earth's ice
cover, and what does it mean?
Dr. Abdalati, director of the Earth
Science and Observation Center at the
University of Colorado and a global leader
in earth science research, will answer
these and many other questions. He has
worked with NASA to develop satellite
and other remote sensing technologies to
provide groundbreaking information on
the changes to polar ice caps.
Tickets are general admission $25;
students $15. BIG ARTS is located at 900
Dunlop Road, Sanibel. Call 395-0900.
From 1996 to 2008 Dt. Abdalati held
various positions at NASA in which he
conducted and oversaw NASA-funded
research efforts and on glaciers, ice
sheets, sea ice, and polar climate. He Dr. Waleed Abdalati
continues to be heavily involved in the sci-
entific development of several Earth observing-satellites.
He received his masters and Ph.D. from the University of Colorado in 1991 and
1996 respectively, and a B.S. form Syracuse University in 1986. From 1986 to 1990
he worked as a mechanical engineer in the aerospace industry. He has received vari-
ous honors and awards for his research and service to NASA including the NASA
Exceptional Service Medal and the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and
Engineers from the White House.


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an hnrts 01 enngt stbaemeat dro at
a haig latOtbr, ar i tt
thhrrams bea se ofotmir p ds tou of
toxins and reduction of oxygen in the
water. These impacts include alteration of
the ocean's food web, human illnesses,
and economic losses to communities and
commercial fisheries.
It was clear during the hearing this
morning that both witnesses and commit-
tee members were concerned about the
increase in the frequency and duration
of harmful algal blooms in both fresh
and salt water. These increases can be
attributed to changes in water quality,
temperature, sunlight and the increase in
the amount of nutrients in the water. All
of these are challenges found in water in
and around Sanibel.
Mack pointed out that HABs don't
just affect marine life but the very quality
of life for residents and visitors and can
even cause death. He remembered grow-
ing up virtually "on the water" in Sanibel,
Captiva and Fort Myers Beach when red
tide disturbed life for maybe one week out
of a year now and then. "Not long ago,
we had 13 straight months of red tide.
Clearly something is happening, and I'm
not sure we can trust the research that's
out there," Mack continued.
Baird returned to the podium to con-
clude his remarks in dramatic fashion: "If
you're a hotel owner and you get notice
that a red tide is forming off your beach,
you can kiss your season goodbye."
The bill now heads to the Senate
where a similar bill is pending. PURRE
hopes passage in the House will improve
chances for Senate consideration.M


Harmful Algal
Bloom Bill Passes

The H O SeU
submitted by Michael J. Valiquette,
Chairman PURRE Water coalition
On Friday, March 12, the U.S.
House of Representatives passed
Other Harmful Algal Bloom and
Hypoxia Research and Control Act of
2009. The PURRE Water Coalition has
been pushing for this legislation for the
last two years and was involved in com-
menting on the draft prior to its intro-
duction on September 25, 2009.
During the debate on the House
floor earlier in the week Subcommittee
Chairman Brian Baird from Washington
State mentioned the support of the
PURRE Water Coalition as one of a
"broad group of stakeholders." Prior to
final passage, Sanibel Island was men-
tioned in remarks by Representatives
Connie Mack and Kathy Castor.
"There is simply no more beauti-
ful place to vacation than Sanibel and
Captiva," Castor said. "But tourists simply
don't want to visit polluted beaches, and
word spreads. It is directly tied to jobs,
and if that happened in this economy, it
would be very detrimental."
This legislation would establish and
maintain a National Harmful Algal Bloom
and Hypoxia Program. This program
would develop and coordinate a compre-
hensive strategy to address harmful algal
blooms and hypoxia. It would provide for
the development and implementation of
comprehensive regional action plans to
reduce harmful algal blooms and hypoxia.
It would go a step further and provide the
ability to fund research in technology to
help communities like Sanibel control and
mitigate harmful algal blooms.


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DiShe resides inCNorth Fort Myers with husband Wayne Daltry, former Smart Growth

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by the speaker. Admission is free to members; a $3 donation is requested of non-
members.#


Walter Quality Is Main Topic At

Osprey Foundation Annual Meeting
M arti Daltry will be the keynote ,
I speaker at the annual meeting
I of The International Osprey
Foundation on Sunday, March 28. She .
will discuss red tide, red drift algae and1
other harmful algal blooms, their impact r
on our health, economy and environ-
ment and how we can be part of the .
solution to this problem, which is caused
by excessive nutrient runoff into our C f
waters.
Daltry, a Pennsylvania native, became .~~~N
a Lee County resident in 1976. In IC
2004 she enrolled at Florida Gulf Coast th
University and as part of the gradua-
tion requirements completed community *
service hours with the river advocacy .
grou, the Caloosahatchee River Citizens , I
Association aka Riverwatch. She graduat-.... .
ed in December 2006 with a BA in com- ~;
munications. Her work with Riverwatch
as public relations contact, board member Osprey chicks photo courtesy of Citizens United
and eventually president, provided the
experience needed to for her to become an organizer for the Fort Myers office of The
Sierra Club.
As organizer for the Red Tide Campaign, one of her goals is to form coalitions
made up of residents, organizations, businesses, civic clubs, etc. with the mission of
implementing policies to reduce red tide, which affects marine life as well as the crea-
tures that feed on it, including ospreys.
Daltry has worked building a coalition that was instrumental in getting the Lee
County Commission to adopt a fertilizer ordinance that pertains to homeowners as
well as professional landscapers. She has been successful in getting similar ordinances
passed in Bonita Springs, Fort Myers Beach and Fort Myers and is working on getting
a fertilizer ordinance passed in Cape Coral.


Sustainable Seafood Seminar
Seafood is a delicious source of lean
p tein,but curnnd fingd pacie saa
an alarming rate. Learn about environ-
mental issues associated with consuming
seafood and how to choose seafood that
is healthy for both you and the environ-
me t.
This program will be at at Sweet
Melissa s Cafta at 6 pm. March 22. The
cost is $50.
Chef Melissa Talmage will prepare a
meal centered on delicious sustainable
seafood that is healthy for the planet.
Wine is included. Ccall 472-8585 to
reserve a place.M

Saturday Bird walk
The next Audubon Society Birdwalk
will be on Saturday. March 20
in the Bailey Tract. Meet at the
Bailey Tract parking lot on Tarpon Bay
Road at 8 a.m. Parking is free. These
walks are open to the public and the sug-
gested donation is $2, Call Hugh Verry at
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Algal Blooms
On Wednesday, March 24 attendees
will spend the first part of the afternoon
collecting algae samples from Sanibel's
beaches, and bring them back to the
lab for identification. The discussion will
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harmful algal blooms and factors that
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submitted by Mike Mullins, Chairman,
Captiva Erosion Prevention District
(CEPD)
As the climate change debate
heats up, a related subject of
great interest is sea level rise;
a topic which cannot be ignored by
those living on the coast. The Captiva
Erosion Prevention District (CEPD), as
an entity, is not choosing to enter into
that contentious debate. But, CEPD
monitors the subject and attempts to
keep us apprised of this and other fac-
tors which concern our community
One example comes from authors Orrin

nwP cold de LevlR e p rshd
in 2009... "Despite strong evidence of
global warming and attendant sea level
rise, many communities, governments
and developers continue to ignore the
inevitability of a continued rise in sea
level and the corresponding increase in
shoreline erosion.
However, different perspectives are
offered by organizations in which CEPD
patiiatsfor bah rlt udes
pOaerticpate Rlr b cShorelate uBes.
Pr e evio A sociatioon FSBPA), typical-
ly shares data without opinion, such as,
"Last month (Februaly) a manuscript was
published in Shoreline: Outside the bub-
ble on Sea Level Rise by Todd L. Walton
Jr. and Robert G. Dean comments face-
tiously about Floridians heading to the


mountains. But, in all seriousness, they
share significant facts of sea level rise
which can be measured; you can weigh
the significance. Walton and Dean's
analysis of The Intergovernmental Panel
on Climate Change (IPCC) consensus
would place the rise in sea level globally
at about one foot per hundred years. The
IPCC first reported assessments in 2001,
with Dean and Walton providing some of
this in the February issue of Shoreline.
"In the IPCC (2007) Fourth Assessment
Report, there are six families of 'global'
sea level rise scenarios for each scenario
family of climate models with ranges in
value from seven to 23 inches through
2100. If one takes the average of these
scenarios we find that the most likely sea
level rise from 2000 to 2100 is 34.3cm/
century or 3.4mm/year. Although the
IPCC scenarios don t take into account
some catastrophic scenarios incorporat-
ing substantial melting of the glacial ice
sheets... the above can still be considered
as the consensus "most likely" projections
of hundreds of scientists." To read Walton
and Dean's perspective, link to the full
article in FSBPA's Shoreline: http://

tr BPA' S reline continues in the
March issue stating, "We are now pre-
senting another quite distinct perspective
on sea level rise: Bursting the Bubble of
Doom and Adapting to Sea Level Rise
by Randall W. Parkinson, PhD, PG and
Joseph F. Donoghue, PhD. On the sub-
ject of future sea level rise, Parkinson and
Donoghue wrote that the IPCC report
does not factor in important prospects
of glacial meltdowns and the effects of
greenhouse gas emissions. "During the
past two decades the most widely report-
ed sea level forecasts were published by
the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate
Change (IPCC)... This estimate of sea
level rise was immediately regarded as
too low by many scientists because the
models used... ignored the rapid disinte-


gration of Antarctic and Greenland ice...
IPCC's estimate also failed to account
for two other phenomena likely to affect
sea level rise... such as release of the
potent greenhouse gas methane from
thawing permafrost... and greenhouse
gas emissions from China and India that
have grown far faster than anticipated...
The need for a revised forecast was
also supported by satellite altimeter data
that tracked rising sea level along the
upper boundary of IPCC model predic-
tions." To read more from Parkinson
and Donoghue link to the full article in
FSBPA's Shoreline: got to http://tr.im/
risingseas2.
FSBPA's Shoreline and CEPD's intent
is solely to provide alternative assess-
ments of sea-level rise. The opinions and
conclusions set forth in both of the arti-
cles cited are solely those of the authors
and do not represent the positions of
the Florida Shore & Beach Preservation
Association nor of the CEPD.
However, in the exclusive opinion of
this author, optimistic sea level rise of
only an inch every eight years or so may
be imperceptible to most, but still provide

to ano ethf i tho er otsn aong u gulf
coastlines. One can read of Captivans
concerns for sea level rise as far back as
the 1970s and 1980s when unbridled
erosion plagued Captiva's shores. Google
research easily verifies the disappear-
ance of islands in areas from the Florida
panhandle to Chesapeake Bay and the
Outer Banks of North Carolina. Such
indications suggest coastal property own-
ers should become more involved and
more motivated to increase our aware-
ness of the potential for future sea level
rise and should be thinking hard about it
now. Planning for greater involvement
and consideration of alternative solutions
makes eminent good sense. Many of
you who have attended CEPD meetings
should be familiar with the following man-


tra which I quote often, "fail to plan; plan
to fail."
Please attend the March 31, 10
a.m. town hall meeting of the CEPD at
'Tween Waters Inn, Wakefield room;
learn more about: erosion impacts, mat-
ters affecting our coastlines and other
areas of concern facing Captiva and the
CEPD. CEPD officials will comment as
well on the 2010 legislative session, state
funding for beaches, oil and gas drilling in
Florida waters.#



Sugar Contract
EX ended For U.S
n March 11 South Florida Water
Management District's Governing
OBoard cast a unanimous vote
to extend the a enc 's contract terms
with U.S. Sugar Corp. over the pending
acquisition of land that will be used to
save the Ever lades.
The contract extension was required
t scr the aqiito of 73,000 ce
o m chneede Indi tatowill be thea oers

agme int aciv reige woa sutmin the
water supply of millions of people and
rescue the treasured Ever lades eco ys-
tem from certain peril g s
"The members of the governing board
demonstrated considerable leadership
today by committing to this vitally impor-
tant land acquisition within the Everglades
Agricultural Area. This is the best oppor-
tnity we wil have in our lieimes t
sustain our water supply and build the
fun aion fo [lfutureKEer~glade res-

CEO, Everglades Foundation.
"This land acquisition will save taxpay-
er mny nthe 10n ter ad pvde
th oth Forida Water Ma gemn
District an opportunity to prioritize
projects around a water treatment and
storage footprint that will provide the
maximum benefits to residents and the
environment."
The Everglades Foundation has
long advocated land acquisition in the
Everglades Agricultural Area as the most
cost-effective option available for Florida
to fulfill its commitment to Everglades
restoration. In addition, the foundation
expects the revised proposal for U.S.
Sugar Corp. land to provide the initial
acreage to launch promising water quality
projects and allows for the acquisition of
additional land for restoration purposes in
the near future.
The foundation's position is that the
health of the Everglades is not only vital
to the environment, but also to the econ-
omy and quality of life in South Florida.
The organization has assembled a team
of scientists, policy experts and commu-
nications professionals and works with
partners on several fronts to educate,
advocate and litigate -- when necessary
-- to advance Everglades restoration. In
addition, the foundation provides grants
to like-minded local, national and inter-
national organizations and collaborates
with other business, civic and environ-
mental groups to form coalitions and set
priOritieS to move restoration initiatives
fOrWard.M


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for Meet the Artist, featuring
Hillary Kern and Matthew Engel, on
Thursday, March 25.
Meet and mingle with the FGCU stu-
dent artists at the free reception open
to the public at Amy Sbarra s Spatini
Teabar. The event, from 5 to 7 p.m., .
includes a free wine and cheese reception
plus two free membership giveaways to

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March 19-29 at BIG ARTS

Friday, March19*8 PM

Saturday, March 20 9 AM 1 PM
Sustainable Living Seminar: Practical
Guide to Living Green Everyday with
Jennifer Languell
Sunday, March 21 7 PM

Monday, March 22 7 PM
Monday Film Series: Paris
Tuesday, March 23 7 PM
spring~ Banna a C'lior-us Conce,-,
Wednesday, March 24 1 PM
Film Director Series: Brief Encounter
Wednesday, March 24 7:30 PM
rne Fronierr Lectulre: Dr.11nlered


Friday, March 26 8 PM
Jazz: The Roger Kellaway Trio with
Russell Malone and Jay Leonhart
Sunday, March 28 3 PM
Irland Jun~lr in Boler G~ardlen
Monday, March 29 7 PM
Black Maria Film and Video Festival


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Crabby Island
Crustaceans

Island decapods can be found above
under water of course. Some hide in
burrows, some migrate, and one eats
oysters. They all are able to regenerate
their limbs.
On Friday, March 19 at 10 a.m.
Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation
will present a program about the life
cycles of island crabs. The feeding of the
live crabs will follow the program. The
cost is $5 per adult, free for members
and children.
SCCF is located at 3333 Sanibel-
Captiva Road; phone 472-2329.4

Bobcat Talles
ome to the Sanibel-Captiva
Conservation Foundation (SCCF)
Candy see a video of an island bob-
cat mother and kittens on their way to
the beach. Learn more about the biol-
ogy and society of this shy feline that
roams the islands.
Bobcat Tales is on Wednesday, March
24 at 10 a.m. in the SCCF auditorium.
Cost of the program is $5 per adult, with
SCCF members and children attend-
ing for free. Following the program,
take a walk on the trails to the Sanibel
River. Climb the tower to see Sanibel s
Everglades-like wetlands. Call 472-2329
for more information.M


A&B by Matthew Engel
Spatini Teabar, 2240 Periwinkle Way,
Sanibel. The evening is a fundraiser for
thEangel, a rt major, has shown works
locally at Space 39, BIG ARTS on
Sanibel, FGCU Art Gallery, and Alliance
for the Arts. He has had solo exhibits
and was recently featured Artist of the
Month by Pulse University Magazine.
Kern, with a double major in psychol-
ogy and art, plans to pursue a career
in art therapy, combining her love of
art with helping others. The West Palm
Beach native has been painting and draw-
ing since her teens.
Both artists will be featured in the


upcoming Turn, Turn, Turn exhibit at the
Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center start-
i Artis s cThae jrie le Nit showcases
work from a collection of 60,000 record
albums, provided by celebrated Captiva
artist Rene Miville.
Spatini Teabar, a recent addition to
Sanibel Island, offers a fresh and organic
approach to the spa industry and, now,
a venue for the monthly Meet the Artist
event in collaboration with the art center.
RSVP to Amy Sbarra s Spatini Teabar
at 472-8464. For more information, con-
tact the art center at 333-1933.4


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Award-Winning Documentary
Showing With Film Crew Q &A


on" TenCe eim
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enforcement in a
covert operation
to ferret out illegal
whale meat at a pop-
ular Santa Monica
sushi restaurant.
"This isn t just about
saving whales," said
Louie Psihoyos, the
director of The Cove,
"But about saving the
planet.
The Cove is a
provocative mix of
investigative journal-
ism, eco-adventure,
arresting imagery,
and an unforgettable
story.
Admission is $10
and includes film,
discussion, and wine
and cheese recep-
tion.
A sound-enhance-
ment system for the
hearing impaired is
available .
To purchase
tickets stop by BIG
ARTS, 900 Dunlop
Road or call 395-
0900.4


Expedition Director Simon Hutchins


Greg "Moondog" Mooney


mentary The Cove, with two members of the film crew leading a discussion
on Friday, April 9. The film program starts at 7 p.m., followed by a recep-
tion. Expedition Director Simon Hutchins and Marine Technician Greg "Moondog"-
Mooney will talk about their work on this documentary.
Academy Award winner for Best Documentany of 2009, The Cove follows an elite
team of activists, filmmakers, and freedivers as they embark on a covert mission to
expose the slaughter of dolphins occurring in a secret cove off the coast of Japan. The
film also won the Audience Award at Sundance, and numerous other awards.





ISLAND SUN MARCH 19, 2010 29
This year's voices include soprano Teresa Eickel; mezzo-soprano Gala El Hadidi;
tenor Michael-Paul Krubitzer; lyric-tenor Brian Cheney; and baritone Scott Bearden.
Kate uFcrd, co-founder of the company, serves as general director and Kyle Swann,
The program, Wine, Women And Song, will include music by Thomas, Offenbach,
M ascsa ni, Donizetti, Rossini, Rodgers, Romberg, Bizet, Mozart, Verdi, Massenet, and
This concert, sponsored by the Estate of Christine Johnson and Friends of Opera,
concludes the 2010 season of the Sanibel Music Festival.M

New Pianist Joins St. Lawrence

String Quartet For Music Festival

The St. Lawrence String Quartet with Pianist Pedja Muzijevic will perform
Congregational Church, 2050 Periwinkle Way. Tickets at $40 each are avail-
able at Bank of the Islands, 1699 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel Captiva Community
Bank, 2477 Library Way or Sanibel Captiva Community Bank, 1037 Periwinkle
Way on Sanibel Island. Tickets may also be purchased by calling 336-7999, or by
logging on to www.sanibelmusicfestival.org.
Celebrating its 20th year, The St. Lawrence String Quartet is generally considered
the best quartet to come along after the renowned Emerson String Quartet. Members
Geoff Nuttall (violin), Scott St. John (violin), Lesley Robertson (viola), Christopher
Costanza, (cello) serve as quuartet-in-rresidence at Stanford. Several contemporary
composers, including John Adams, Osvaldo Golijoy and David Bruce, have recently
written quartets for the ensemble. The dean of the Juilliard School writes of them,
"The members of the quartet approach what they do with the vigor, freshness and
enthusiasm of a 20-year-old, combined with the wisdom of their two decades of expe-
rience." Bosnian-born pianist Pedja Muzijevic, who is a winner of numerous prizes,
including Julliard's prestigious Petschek award and top prize in the Busoni International
Competition, joins the quartet for this performance.
The program will include Beethoven: String Quartet in A major; Op. 18, No.
5; Mendelsshohn: String Quartet in F minor, Op. 80; Franck: Piano Quintet in F
mmnor
This event is sponsored by Tom and Sue Pick.M


Gala El Hadidi


Scott Bearden


Brian Cheney


will perform at the Sanibel Music
Festival (SMF) at 8 p.m. Tuesday,
March 23 at the Sanibel Congregational
Church, 2050 Periwinkle Way. Tickets
at $40 each are available at Bank of the ~L
Islands, 1699 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel CC
Captiva Community Bank, 2477 LibrarV
Way or Sanibel Captiva CommunitV .
Bank, 1037 Periwinkle Way. Tickets may
also be purchased by calling 336-7999 L
or by logging on to www.sanibelmusicfes-
tival.org. Kyle Swann Michael-Paul
Returning to SMF after several trium- Krubitzer
phant appearances, Opera Theater of
Connecticut (OTC) will present a dynamic new program of opera highlights. Artistic
Director Alan Mann adds his witty and informative commentary before each selec-
tion. Several of the company's gifted young singers who have performed at the festi-
val through the years have gone on to the Met, the New York City Opera and Lyric
Opera of Chicago. Founded in 1986, OTC provides professional artists with the vital
opportunity to realize their talents in the practice of their craft.


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Gallery Holds
Haiti Benefit Night


Jo Anne Bedient

The artists at Tower Gallery are
having a party to reach Hands
Across the Water by raffling art
worth more than $4,000 to benefit the
relief efforts in Haiti by Doctors Without
Borders. The charity will receive all pro-
ceeds from ticket sales for the drawings,
which will be held at the gallery dur-
ing the party on Saturday, March 20,


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*Fine Crafts Nature Printing:
Discharge & Flower Pounding with Mona
Gleitz is Thursday, March 25, 10 a.m. to
2:30 p.m.
*Fine Crafts Collage: Tiny Treasures
Greeting Cards & Artwork with Laraine
Centineo, is Friday and Saturday, March
26 and 27, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Writing Revision Workshop: Making
Your Prose Sparkle with Vicky Lettmann
is Friday, March 26, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
*Silver and Mixed Media Jewelry
with Mary Ann Devos, is Saturday and
Sunday, March 27-28, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
continued on page 32


Katie Gardenia

from 5 to 9 p.m. Food and wine will
be served. Pieces in the raffle include
original paintings, jewelry, photographs,
wood sculpture, raku-fired clay, fabric
work and prints.
Tickets for the drawing are three for
$5 and seven for $10. You do not need
to be present to win. The artwork is on
display with tickets for sale during normal
gallery hours, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. every
day. Tower Gallery is at 751 Tarpon Bay
Road, Sanibel, 472-4557, Towergallery.
net.#


Flower pounding

IG ARTS is ramping up for a big
late March. They are:
*Layer Imagery Collage with Marjorie
Pesek, Friday, March 19, 1 to 4 p.m.
*Riveting Pilar Baker meets Saturday
and Sunday, March 20 and 21, 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
*Toy Making: Hand Sewing with
Crissy Penuel, is Saturday and Sunday,
March 20 and 21, 2 to 5 p.m.
*Fine Crafts-Altered Art Shrine
with Katie Gardenia runs March 22-29,
Monday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.


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A Practical Guide To
Living Green Seminar

B GATwllhsDrJnnfrLanguell to present a Sustainable ,
Living Seminar on Saturday, March .
20 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Languell is a
nationally recognized leader in educating ,,
the development and construction indus- .
tries about the benefits of green building e 1
Tickets are $15; the seminar will
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green and eco-friendly vendors, incdigRcl nuain&Gas ude-Tm i -
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Florida's prestigious Pathfinder Award,
symbolic of vision and leadership in sus-
tainability. Her business, Trifecta, received
the 2007 Small Business Award from D.JenfrLgul
the Council for Sustainable Florida, and
in 2006, Dr. Languell was named the National Association of Home Builders' Green
Advocate of the Year and also won the Council for Sustainable Florida Leadership
Award. Languell is an award-winning author, and has been featured in numerous
publications and television programs including Business Week, CNN Headline Newus,
HGTV and CNBC's Bullseye. She also stars in the Discovery Channel's environ-
mental series, Discovery Project Earth, and also serves on the National Governors
Association Policy Academy on Advanced Energy Strategies for Buildings.
Since founding Trifecta, Languell has consulted with nearly 150 different businesses
and organizations on the subject of green building and sustainability. During this period
she has also certified over half of the green homes in the state of Florida using the
existing Florida Green Building Coalition (FGBC) Green Home Certification Standards.
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projects, and more than
30,000 acres of FGBC
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Languell is president
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Florida Green Building
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To purchase tickets
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or call the box office at
395-0900.0


Fly Me To The Moon Closing
p ruryme to the Moon: A Tribute to the Rat Pack will close Saturday, March
20. This upbeat show has been playing to packed houses since it opened in
Under the direction of Justin P. Cowan and Victor Legarreta, the show stars
Solomon Kee (as Sammy Davis, Jr.), Dom Crincoli (as Dean Martin) Elizabeth Casalini
(as Rosemary Clooney) Victor Legarreta (as Frank Sinatra) and Elizabeth Urbanczyk
(from this season's Lovely Night and upcoming Something's Afoot) in a journey
down memory lane.
All showtimes are at 8 p.m. Fly Me to the Moon is sponsored by Lily & Co. and
Karen Bell & the Bell Team. For more information call the box office at 472-6862 or
log onto www.TheSchoolhouseTheater.com.M


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From page 30
Workshops
*Pottery-Clay Expressions with Gail Jones runs March 29 through May 3, meets
Monday 1 to 4 p.m.
*Painting & Drawing Chinese Brush Painting with Edythe Newbourne, Tuesday,
March 30, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
*Stand in the Moment/Memoirs & the Personal Story with Steve Oberbeck runs
March 30 to May 4, meets Tuesdays 1 to 3 p.m.
*Fine Crafts Papermaking in the Third Dimension with Lynn Russell runs March
31 through April 21, meets Wednesdays 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
There are ongoing workshops in Youth Dance, Life Drawing, Voice, and other
music lessons. The BIG ARTS Community Band and Chorus welcome new musicians
and singers throughout season. The band is especially seeking saxophone, horn, and
clarinet players.
BIG ARTS Workshops are sponsored by Sony Corporation of America.
For further information about workshops call 395-0900.4


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Paris
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the new film (2009)
by director, Cedric
Klapisch, as he
scans with his cam-
era lens the charm
and variety of that
city. Paris will be
shown on Monday night, March 22, at
7 p.m. in Schein Hall at BIG ARTS.
It is similar in some respects to Paris,
I Love You as it captures vignettes based
on the lives of those who live there, and
the visual essence of the city; but it is dif-
ferent in that it weaves these lives togeth-
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and has a running time of a little over two
hours. It is not rated but I can't remember
anything objectionable. Tickets are $7
and can be purchased at BIG ARTS in
advance or on the evening of the show-
ing.
Refreshments will be served in the
Gainer Veranda following the film. Hyde
Tucker will introduce the film and lead the
discussion aftenyards. Phone 395-0900
for further information.#


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Juliette Binoche in Paris


siOne ofsthE many str rt Jtulietteho
sharing an apartment with her brother
Pierre (Romain Duris). Pierre, a dancer,
has received a troubling report on his
health and looks from his balcony with a
gaze tinged with sorrow at the city he
may be leaving behind.
Another character is Roland, a history
professor, played by the amazing actor
Fabrice Luchini; he spontaneously dances
with abandon in a scene as he did in one
of y thavort heef n In imae a ean ers.
features talented French actors; the only
problem is keeping the handsome, slen-
der, dark-haired, actors straight as the
plot meshes their various lives; but then
who is complaining?



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ISLAND SUN MARCH 19, 2010 33


BIG ARTS Chorus


Community Band
And Chorus

Spring Concert
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BIG ARTS Community Band in concert

Chorus perform it annual Spring
Concert at 7 p.m., Tuesday,
March 23. Tickets are $7. The Chorus
will sing music of the UK from various
styles and periods, including songs by
John Lennon and Paul McCartney and
Gilbert and Sullivan. The band will also
play selections by John Philip Sousa
and give a salute to Broadway, among
others.
Island Brass will perform in BIG
ARTS Boler Garden as the "warm-up
act for the concert from 5:45 p.m. until
the doors of Schein Hall open for the
main event. Concertgoers are welcome
to arrive early to hear selections rang-
ing from baroque, classical and early
American to Dixieland, contemporary,
jazz and country. Island Brass members
include: Jim Walker and Ed Goodstone,
trumpets; Claudia Burns, French horn;
Dave Thornton, euphonium; and Bruce
Orlin, tuba.
BIG ARTS Community Chorus will
also perform Saturday, March 20, at
St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal
Church's Millennium Development Goals
Project.
The chorus was also invited back to
Minnesota Twins' Hammond Stadium to
sing the National Anthem and Take Me
Out to the Baligame. The game begins
at 1:05 p.m. Wednesday, March 24,
when the Twins will play the Marlins.
BIG ARTS Community Band and
Chorus is sponsored by Sanibel-Captiva
Kiwanis Foundation.
To purchase tickets call 395-0900.0



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Sanibel-Captiva Art League s 34th annual Juried Art Exhibit will include an art-
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S13.
Each year members from the art councils of Southwest Florida are invited by the
Sanibel Captiva Art League to this exhibit to produce an exhibition of work in multiple
mediums. The exhibition will run in Phillips Gallery through Monday, March 29.
Phillips Gallery is open Monday through Friday, 1 to 4 p.m. and Saturdays 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m.
The exhibit is supported by Visual Arts Patron season sponsors June Rosner and
Russ Bilgore.M


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Art League Clothesline Sale Sunday
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sell their art directly from .
clotheslines hung on the grounds -
of the Sanibel Community House
at 2173 Periwinkle Way on
Sunday, March 21, from 9:30
a.m. to 3 p.m.
This unique island event, now
in its eighth year, has steadily
grown in popularity over the past
few years, offering original art at
reduced prices. Mediums include
watercolor, oil, acrylic, and mixed "E ~i ~~
media. There may even be painted
scarves and such mixed in. Several
well-known local artists will partici-
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Coons, and John and Donna Schubert.
On Wednesday, March 31, Dr. Paul
Cherukuri will lecture on Nanotechnology
and how it drives innovation in medicine.
Cherukuri studies the control of matter at
the atomic or molecular level (nanotech-
nology); he will explain how it is chang-
ing the way researchers think of medical
treatment. A lead research scientist on the
John Kanzius project at MD Anderson,
he will discuss how nanotechnology, used
with radio waves, can be used to treat
cancer. Sponsors are Dick and Mary
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His lecture is called, In the Same Net:
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ISLAND SUN MARCH 19, 2010 37

Canterbury
School Aloha

Night & Auction
~anterbury School will hold an
SAloha Night & Auction at the
~Hyatt Regency Coconut Point
Resort & Spa from 7 p.m. until mid-
night on Saturday, March 27.
It will feature live and silent auctions,
a buffet dinner, fire dancers and a live
band. Proceeds will benefit Canterbury
School's financial aid program. Last year,
the school gave more than $1.2 million
in financial aid to about 20 percent of the
student body.
Would you like to treat five of your
friends to dinner on a private 82-foot
yacht? Does a seven-night stay in a
Breckenridge townhome or a one-week
stay in a Park City, Utah, home sound
good to you? There is the New York
Mets vacation package for those who
love baseball (airfare for two, game tick-
ets, two nights in a New York City hotel
and a Mets team goody bag). A Rose
Bowl package and a personal behind-the-
scenes tour of the NBC-2 Evening Newus
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items, school and household items, wine
and dine, health and beauty, entertain-
ment and sports packages.
Tickets are $125 and may be pur-
chased at www. canterbulyfortmyers .org/
aloha. For more information, call the
school at 481-4323.4


Dr. Irving Weissman
One of the 100 notable conservationists
of the 20th century. Sponsors are John
H. and Susan W. Freund.
Dr. Irving Weissman, one of the lead-
ing adult stem cell research scientists in
the world, gives an update on the status
of his research Sunday, April 18. He will
explain why so many scientists believe
stem cells provide enormous potential for
life-saving therapies. Dr. Weissman is the
director of Stanford University's Institute
for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative
Medicine, one of the nation's top stem
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BIG ARTS will present four scien-
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about the risk that global warming will
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C'Orspiracy
by Di Saggau

hCeoariracy
a. showshtasad nidge
Shakespeare and
C ) iPIThe Bible. Now
they're doing it
with all the great
.. writers and the
Ieut Is luh a
miute A/P Thea
Great Books (abridged) is a comedy by
Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor. The
show is done using the audience as stu-
dents preparing for graduation, taking
a make-up course for those who didn't
pass their literature course.
The Coach (Jesse St. Louis) bounds on
stage in all too tight shorts and informs
the students (audience) that they better
pay attention because graduation is in
one hour, 45 minutes. Next comes the
professor (Christopher Brent), who is also
the drama teacher, and then racing down
the side of the aisles comes Matt (Jordan
Wilson) who is late because he has been
reading Lord of the Rings. He exclaims,
"Can you believe they wrote a book
based on the movie?
St. Louis is tall and as physically fit
as a man can be. Wilson is of average
height and build and a master of facial .
expressions and body language. Brent is


directed by Rachael Endrizzi and it plays
through March 20 at Theatre Conspiracy
in the Foulds Theatre, 10091 McGregor
Boulevard, Fort Myers. Call 936-3239 to
reserve your seats.M


POetfy FeSt

At The Library
Poets young and old, from Sanibel
and Southwest Florida, will gather at
the Sanibel Library on Wednesday,
March 31, 2 to 4 p.m., to celebrate
National Poetry Month. Sponsored by
the Sanibel Library and the Sanibel Poets
Society, the event will commemorate the
10th anniversary of Sanibel's annual trib-
ute to poetry.
Ten years ago, poet Marianne
Strickland invited Sanibel s poets to the
art gallery now known as Hirdie Girdie
to celebrate National Poetry Month.
Sanibel PoetlyFest will feature the follow-
ing poets: Jim Brock, Don Brown, Ray
Buck, Carol Drummond, Vince Faraone,
Sandy Greco, Tanya Hochschild, Bob
Maxeiner, Russell Miller, Joe Pacheco,
Katie Pankow, Joyce Rand, Sid Simon,
Lorraine Vail, and special guest and
PoetryFest founder Marianne Strickland.
Members of the public are invited to
participate by reading their own work or
a favorite poem by other poets.
A reception sponsored by tl e library
and Sanibel Poets will follow the readings.
There is no charge to attend.
For further information, contact
Joseph Pacheco at 472-1280 or sanibel-
Joe@comcast.net.M


Jordan Wilson, Christopher Brent and Jesse St. Louis as the "Trojan horse"


115 pounds soaking wet, and seems to
float from one part of the stage to the
other. The contrast between the three
is a riot and they know exactly how to
play off one another. They start out with
Dickens and throw in a few soap operas
and TV shows to liven things up.
Parts of Don Quixote are recited in
Spanish by St. Louis and Brent and trans-
lated by Wilson. Homer's Illiad is hardly
recognizable with all the characters that
flit through the scene. War and Peace
becomes involved with Superman and a
few other heroes, along with audience
participation.
The second act is non-stop action with
a myriad of characters invading the great
books. I don't know how these three


actors can move so fast.
For example, Wilson comes on stage
as Count Dracula, and seconds later
comes back on as the Wolfman. I'd love
to see how the props are arranged off-
stage. Timing is crucial in this comedy
and these three gentleman are experts in
that department. The energy they show
on stage almost wears out the audience.
I must admit the play is silly but in
these capable hands silly works.
The audience was howling with laugh-
ter. I didn't know what to expect before
the show began, but the end result is a
very satisfying evening that left me talk-
ing about it the next day and in a positive
way.
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Soloists for the two performances will
be soprano Beth Wininger, mezzo sopra-
no Kathy Moffett, tenor Robert Beane
and baritone Ron Bowman
The 70-voice Mastersingers, in its
ninth season, is comprised of experienced
singers from all over Southwest Florida.
Its performance of Brahms Requiem last
season was characterized by the Naples
Daily Newus as one of the four most
memorable performances in Southwest
Florida and a performance with the
Naples Philharmonic in October was
met with a standing ovation and critical
acclaim.
Tickets for the concerts are $20. Call
770-8447 for information or go to www.
mastersingersfm.com for online ticket
purchase.M


The excitement of Habenera from
Carmen, La Dona e Mobile from
Rigoletto and The Drinking Song from
La Traviata to name a few of the selec-
tions will offer audiences a sampling of
their favorite operas.
Jeff Faux, artistic director of the
Mastersingers, will conduct the orchestra
and chorus. "By doing the performances
concert-style we can offer a broad array
of opera selections," Faux said. "In
addition, we 11be doing all selections in
the language in which it was written so
the audience will hear Italian, German,
French and Russian. We even included
some selections from Gilbert and Sullivan
which, of course will be in English.


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Opera Theater of' Connecticut
Returning to SMF after several triumphal appearances, a select
group of the company's vocal artists will present a program of
Opera highlights.

Tuesday March 23 + $40
Sponsored by Estate of Christine~ohnson and Friends of Opera
PROGRAM: Wine, Women and Song
Opera highlights from Bizet, Mozart, Puccini, Romberg,
Rossini, Verdi, and more.


Canada's adventurous award-winning ensemble plays with
unabated energy and rhythmic drive.

Saturday March 20 + $40
Sponsored by Sue & Tom Pick
PROGRAM: Beethoven: String Quartet in A major, Op. 18, No. 5
Mendelssohn: String Quartet in F minor, Op. 80
Franck: Piano Quintet in F minor.


FOr ticket and program information contact Sanibel Music Festival

at 239-336-7999 or www~sanibelmusicfestival~org

Tickets may be purchased on Sanibel Island at


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1037 Periwinkle Way


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area, the Fort Myers Symphonic
Mastersingers will present Great
Moments in Opera which will feature
the most beloved opera choruses and
arias from familiar operas.
There will be two performances _
Saturday, April 10, at 7 p.m. at Moorings
Presbyterian Church in Naples and
Sunday, April 11 at 4 pm at Riverside
Church in Fort Myers. Opera lovers from
all over the area will have the chance to
hear many of their favorite selections all
in one concert.
The popularity of opera in recent
years has soared with the simulcast
broadcasts of the Metropolitan Opera and
the increase in local opera companies.
inWe b lievedanymne whs Inves opera
will enjoy these performances," said Jim
George, president of the Mastersingers.
"Nothing like this has ever been done
in this area. Operas such as The Flying
Dutchman, Don Giovanni, the Magic
Flute and Carmen are among the many
operas familiar to most people and music
from them is instantly recognizable.
Opera is an art form populated by the
celebrated names of composers such as
Verdi, Bizet, Wagner, Mozart and Puccini
among others. Many people may know
the music but might not know who wrote
it or which opera it comes from.

Concert To
Benefit Local
Charities
Tw local charities will benefit
from the Sunday, March 28 Paul
Todd & Friends benefit concert
being held at the Barbara B. Mann
Performing Arts Hall in Fort Myers.
Proceeds from the concert will be donat-
ed to the Harry Chapin Food Bank and
The Children s Hospital of Southwest
Florida.
The concert, which begins at 7 p.m.
will have Lois Thome, co-anchor of
WINK Newus, as emcee. General admis-
sion tickets are available for $20, $50,
and $100 and may be purchased online
at www.bbmannpah.com or by calling
481-4849.
The concert will feature a wide range
of mu icl syedsafr sm jazz b abnadndlasnd
sical music. Performers include Steffanie
Pearce (founder of Opera Naples), Pastor
Dan Betzer, Amy VanWyk, Paul Todd,
Jr. and the aNap esn Jzz Olrprest a. Alld

tpalenate or te can er, wichais be ngd
Charities.
A VIP reception and artist meet and
greet for event sponsors will precede the
concert at 5:30 p.m. in the hall s libran).
Individuals or businesses interested in
becoming sponsors may contact Joe
Manhart at 502-802-5532.4





40 ISLAND SUN MARCH 19, 2010

CE nv O Ite

Cuban Embargo

As Self-Defeating
by Max
Friedersdorf

ry old Cuban
Sh afcnuembargo
~by the/United
States has been
-self-defeating and
accomplished noth-
ing, according to
Ambassador Arturo
Sarukhan, Mexican
ambassador to the U.S.
Speaking before another capac-
ity FORUM at BIG ARTS audience in
Schein Hall on March 7, the ambassa-
dor recommended the U.S. "re-think its
policy on Cuba and decide whether it has
helped or hurt.
Recalling the fall of the Berlin Wall and
the collapse of communism in Eastern
Europe, the ambassador said that the
exchange of consumer goods, the flood
of ideas and freedom of travel would
work better as "a tool of change" with
Cuba.


An estimated $8 billion in dmug money
is entering Mexico from the U.S. annu-
:24yth~e nkbsss doopr rea er and tpter

"",hgun i hnoo r lling back crime over
night... there is no silver bullet. The
drug-related violence in Mexico is rising
because the cartels are being squeezed,
the rival drug gangs are fighting for
the routes into the U.S., including tun-
nels under the border," the ambassador
explained.
The ambassador hailed the North
American Free Trade Agreement
(NAFTA) between the U.S. Mexico and
Canada, as a success with $1 billion daily
in American goods entering Mexico.
Ambassador Sarukhan also discussed
the illegal immigrant issue, estimating that
300,000 to 350,000 illegals enter the
U.S. each year in search of jobs.
"We need to anchor these men and
women in Mexico by generating more
jobs," the ambassador commented.
"In the past 10 years, the pattern has
changed. The workers used to go to
Washington for the apple-picking sea-
son, then to the East Coast as roofers,
and return home for Christmas. Now
the smugglers are charging $3,000 to
$5,000, so more and more workers are
staying put (in the U.S.).


Artura Sarukan (far right), the Mexican ambassador to the United States, was the final
speaker on March 7 for the 2010 season of the FORUM at BIG ARTS lecture series. Grand
Patron sponsors L. Dean Chavis (left), vice president of Northern Trust, and Sue and Tom
Pick welcomed the ambassador to a reception in Phillips Gallery.


photo by Charles Simms
Citing an old saying about the drug
traffic that Mexico is the "springboard
for drugs, and the U.S. is the "swimming
pool," the ambassador said the flow of
cash and guns from the U.S. to Mexico is
"fueling the dmug trade.



Shell Point Season

Of Praise Concert

Series Continues


The ambassador detailed an ongo-
ing three-year effort by the Mexican
government to fight the drug cartels and
corruption, including the flow of cocaine
from Columbia into the United States via
Mexico.


Read us online at IslanclSunNews.com


David Kim
International Tchaikovsky Competition in
Moscow.
He will be accompanied by acclaimed
pianist Dr. Ron Matthews, chairman
of the Music Department at Eastern
University. Their concert will include
Massenet s Meditation from THAIS,
Brahms' Sonatensatz, and selections
from his latest recording, The Lord Is My
Shepherd.
Tickets at $10 eachare available by
calling 454-2147 or logging on to www.
shellpoint. org/villagechurch/events .htm .
The Village Church is located near the
entrance to the Island at Shell Point and
seats 1,000 people.M


Dr. Ron Matthews


T enxproracinteSeason of Praise Concert Series at
The Village Church at Shell Point
Retirement Community is David Kim,
principle violinist with the Philadelphia
Orchestra, with Ron Matthew, pianist.
The concert will take place on Sunday,
March 21, at 6:15 p.m.
Born in Carbondale, Illinois in 1963,
David Kim started playing the violin at
age three and later received his bach-
elor s and master's degrees from The
Juilliard School. In 1986 he was the only
American violinist to win a prize at the





























Runner-up Darla Wester with Lee Ellen Harder


Grand prize winner Gail Bachman, left, receives her award from Lee Ellen Harder
Gail Bachman was the grand prize winner in the 6th annual Island Sun/BIG
SARTS Pick the Oscar Winners contest. Bachman correctly guessed eight ofte1 uetos
Runner up was Darla Wester, who correctly guessed seven.
BIG ARTS Executive Director Lee Ellen Harder presented both winners with a mini
Oscar statue and movie tickets to films at BIG ARTS and Island Cinema.
Out of all of the 49 contest entries, most people picked Avatar as My Oscar Choice
for Best Picture, which was the Academy s choice for Best Cinematography. Kim
Bacik, of the Island Cinema, was given a Special Achievements Oscar in recognition of
the efforts and achievements in converting the theater into a first-class movie
house .#


Lee Ellen Harder
and JR Pascal
and Kim Bacik of
Island Cinema


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42 ISLAND SUN MARCH 19, 2010

Lovegrove Wins Marine Art Award


Leoma Lovegrove stands next to her award-winning painting Trophy


SummerJazz on the Gulf photo by Pat Shapiro

Summer Jazz On The Gulf Concerts
The smooth sounds of jazz will continue this summer at The Naples Beach Hotel
S& Golf Club's 25th annual Summerdazz on the Gulf free concert series.The
Performances are on the resort's scenic Watkins Lawn overlooking the Gulf of
Mexico one Saturday evening a month from 7 to 10 p.m. beginning in June. This
year's concerts will be on June 26, July 24, August 28, and September 18.
The entertainment lineup is not yet set, but last year's entertainment included per-
formances by Alan Darcy, Late Night Brass, Women's Blues Revue, and Big Night
Out.
There will be parking, just north of the hotel at Lowdermilk Park, with free park-
ing for those with a Naples beach sticker. Free trolley service will run to and from the
resort. Guests may bring lawn chairs or blankets for seating, but coolers are not per-
mitted. Call 239-261-2222 for further information and directions.M



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Watching Love, Sex And The IRS
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of two men, Jon --
and Leslie, who
are out of work
musicians rooming
together in New Brendan Cataldo, Sean Riley and Rick Sebastian
York City. Jon is an
accountant so he handles filing their taxes every year and figures he could save a lot of
money if he and Leslie were married.
The day of reckoning comes when the IRS informs the "couple" they're going
to be investigated. With the help of Jon's fiance, Leslie dresses as a woman, which
makes things confusing when Jon's mother drops by to meet his new fianc&e.
The Off Broadway Palm Theatre is an intimate 90-seat general admission theater
loateee awth mai o nt a .Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre. No seat is further than
Performances are Tuesday through Sunday evenings with selected matinees. Ticket
prices are $25 to $45. For tickets call 278-4422, log onto www.BroadwayPalm.com
or by stop at the box office at 1380 Colonial Boulevard.M


Leoma Lovegrove has won an award for her painting titled Trophy in Mote
Marine's 55th Anniversary Celebration buried Art Exhibition.
She is the only Pine Island artist accepted into this prestigious exhibition.
Another one of her paintings, Peche, was also accepted. The exhibit runs through
March 19.
For more Information contact Debrah Dartdeborah.dart@dagdart.com or Leoma
Lovegrove@ 822-4109
Works of art depicting Mote's 55 years of preserving our world's marine envi-
ronment and advancing sea science will be selected for the week-long exhibition.
The exhibition is part of a year-long celebration of Mote's 55th anniversary. Mote
Aquarium attracts more than 300,000 visitors annually. In March 2009, 1,275 people
visited the aquarium daily~o


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Repeat Of Social
Security Seminar
Uhler & Vertich Financial Planners
will repeat the complimen-
tary workshop, Social Security
Unlocked!, at 2 p.m. Tuesday, March
23, at the Sanibel Community House,
2173 Periwinkle Way. The one-hour
session will provide information about
when to start Social Security payments,
file-and-suspend options, the impact of
taxes and inflation on payments, and
how taking Social Security affects one's
family. The February workshops filled so
quickly that Uhler & Vertich is repeating
them.
Attendance is limited to allow for
questions, and reservations are required.
Please call 936-6300 to reserve a place.
"There is a lot of confusion about
how and when to start collecting Social
Security payments and how those pay-
ments influence long-term financial cir-
cumstances," said Financial Planner Tom
Uhler of Sanibel, one of the facilitators.
Social Security Unlocked! also will be
offered in Fort Myers on March 20 and Tom Uhler
25.
'To learn more, log onto www.
uhlerandvertich.com, or call 936-6300.0



The New Kid Opens
In Lunchbox Series


A scene from The New Kid


Frida Repertory Theatre's Lunchbox Theatre Series is now playing in the Fort
FMyers River District, and The Newu Kid by Dennis Foon opens in the series on
Saturday, March 20 at 11 a.m.
Sponsored by Pamela Templeton and Fort Myers Toyota, the series for children
and families plays through April 24 at the Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center in the
Fort Myers River District.
Tickets are $12 and admission includes the performance, a boxed lunch pro-
vided by Jason's Deli and an interactive workshop with the cast. Tickets are available
through Florida Rep's box office at 332-4488.
The Newu Kid is designed for audiences in grades K through 5, but has something
for kids of all ages. It is a unique, inventive, lightheartedly playful and wildly funny. It is
a play about a boy named Nick who just moved to America from a different country.
It's his first day of school and all he wants to do is fit in with the other kids, but Nick
doesn't speak their language or know any of their customs.
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Author Speaks At Sanibel Public Library


Strout signing books


Elizabeth Strout, third from left, with members of the Sanibel Public Library staff


submitted by Cathy Hed
The Sanibel Public Library hosted
An Evening with Elizabeth Strout
on March 11. The author spoke
to a full house on the importance of
libraries and discussed how her life has
impacted her writing and various char-
acters in her books.
The discussion was followed by a
champagne reception, complete with


short stories have been published in a
number of magazines, including The New
Yorker and O: The Oprah Magazine.
Strout has been a finalist for the PEN/
Faulkner Award and the Orange Prize in
England.
Her appearance was part of the
Sanibel Public Library's Author Series
which has also featured Jodi Picoult,
Clive Cussler, Elizabeth Berg and Jane


Hamilton. Major funding for the Author
Series is provided by the Sanibel Public
Library Foundation, Inc. and its donors.
Additional support for the 2009-10 sea-
son was provided by Bank of the Islands,
Jan Egeland, Northern Trust and Sanibel
Inn.
For additional information on the
Foundation, call 472-2483.4


musicians.
Strout is the 2009 Pulitzer Prize
winner for fiction for her work Olive
Kitteridge (2008). Her book Abide With
Me (2006) became a national bestseller
and a Book Sense pick. Strout was
awarded the Los An eles Times Art
Seidenbaum Award for first fiction and
the Chicago Tribune Heartland Prize for
her book Amy and Isabelle (1999). Her


Top Ten Books On The Island
1. Deep Shadowu by Randy Wayne White
2. Living Sanibel by Charles Sobczak
3. Cutting for Stone by Abraham Verghese
4. Sanibel Flats by Randy Wayne White
5. Dead Silence by Randy Wayne White
6. Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Steig Larrson
7. Reliable Wife by Robert Goodrick
8. Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Swueet by Jamie Ford
9. Olive Kitterridge by Elizabeth Strout
10. Girl Who Played with Fire by Steig Larrson
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Painting by Rita Mach Skoczen


Watercolor by Neil Glaser


From page 43
The Ne w Kid
The audience sees through Nick's eyes
just how frustrating and tough it can be
when you are the new kid.
The Lunchbox Theatre Series also
features And Then They Came for
Me: Remembering the World of Anne
Frank, a drama that combines interview
footage with live theater to take audi-


ences into the life of Anne Frank and
two Holocaust survivors whose lives
she changed forever. It is designed for
students in grades 5 through 12 and is
sponsored by Florida Rep s Alliance for
Holocaust Studies. It plays at the Sidney
& Berne Davis Art Center at 11 a.m. on
April 3 and April 17.
Tthe Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center
is located on First Street between Jackson
and Lee.M


Thee award winning Sanibel-Captiva Art League artists are exhibiting in the
Sanibel Public Library this month. Stop by to see the work of Neil Glaser, Rita
Mach Skoczen, and Pat Smart. Glaser's colorful watercolors are always popu-
lar with people on the island. Skoczen has beautiful paintings of Sanibel's birds, and
Smart is showing mostly batiks, many of which feature her favorite feathered friend,
Gabby.4


Art Shown At Library In March


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he Fiton yokDi ion Group
24th at 2 p.m. at the Sanibel
Public Library to discuss Laura Rider's
Masterpiece by Jane Hamilton.
Laura Rider, a budding writer, develops
an e-mail correspondence with a female
radio host after discovering that she and
Laura s husband are writing to each
Other. Assuming her husband's persona,
she crafts florid, strangely intimate mes-
sages that entice the radio host in an
unexpected way, and the project spins
out of control with hilarious, poignant
and memorable results '
The Non-fiction Book Discussion
Group will meet on Thursday March
25 at 2 p.m. at the Sanibel Public
Library to discuss Seth Jones's In the
Graveyard of Empires: America's War
in Afghanistan.



Discussion And


uthor Gary
McLouth
Will di -- s
his latest bo uss
daura causes
atndther Sanbtories'
Public Library on
Thursday, March
18, 2 pm.m
McLouth has
traded the snow ;
and ice of Upstate
New Yokanr thes @AK OEl~cTH

of the etr Foi d cat u th
expeeiewc nfgroiing uopas B hys cian's
son in rural western New York has never
left him. It s from these memories that
McLouth creates the short stories in this
book.
The author will describe the process
of getting into the head of each narrator
and telling each story from that person s

perhis bokcis ta lfe, sissd Mrc ceth
who pennedinl2Cdif eren sto a s t

outside of Buffalo during the 1940s to
1960s. Instead of simply recording his
memories on paper, McLouth interviewed
family members about the house they all
lived in at 20 West Main Street and devel-
oped each story to express a different
memory through that family member's


46 ISLAND SUN MARCH 19, 2010

Book Signing And Author Tallk

The Sanibel Island Boso il-...
Shost book
signing featuring
Sanibel resident and g is
FGCU Environmental 4-
Education Professor
Dr. Peter Blaze
Corcoran. He will
give a brief talk
and sign copies of
his latest book, co-
edited with Philip -,
M. Osano, Young
People, Education, *
and Sustainable African contributing scholars read from their chapters at the
Dvlp Tn rncpls book's global launch in Abuja, Nigeria
Perspectives, and
Praxis. The signing Young people, education. .
will take place on all
Saturday, March 20 at sustainable clevelopmenri
11 a.m. .
With almost half of --:
the world s population --
below the age of 25, ..
Corcoran believes that
young people have
an enormous stake in
the present and future i i
state of earth. Many -
daunting challenges
facing the public can - I I '.
be met as an opportu- ..
nity for young people
to participate positively 4 Peter Blaze Corcoran
in the development of
a more sustainable future. In order to do so, young people need education, political
support, resources, skills, and hope. This volume offers a global perspective on educa-
tion initiatives by and for young people that promote a transition to sustainability. It
includes 38 essays co-authored by 68 contributors from 25 nations, representing a
diversity of geography, gender, and generation.
James Gustave Speth, formerly of the United Nations Development Programme
and Dean Emeritus at Yale University, says of the book, "This important and skillfully-
prepared book comes at a critical time... A great strength of this volume is that it
blends together theoretical and practical insights regarding education for sustainable
development by and for young people. It is written from diverse cultural perspectives
from all world regions. Readers from many fields, especially young people and their
teachers, will find it timely and relevant. I hope that it will inspire the younger genera-
tion to get involved in seeking solutions to the challenges we face.
For more information call the Sanibel Island Bookshop at 472-5223 or the FGCU
Center for Environmental and Sustainability Education at 590-7166 or e-mail: cese@
fgcu.edu. e


,olkieiascientist" JeDC(Toes aon
European Security Cooperation) has
been observing the reinvigorated insur-
gency in Afghanistan and weighing the
potency of its threat to the country's
future and American interests in the
region. Jones finds the roots of the re-
emergence in the expected area: the
deterioration of security after the ousting
of the Taliban regime in 2002, the U.S.'s
focus on Iraq as its foreign policy priority
and Pakistan's role as a haven for insur-
gents.
He revisits Afghan history, specifically
the invasions by the British in the mid-
and late-19th century and the Russians in
the late 20th century to rue how little the
U.S. has learned from these two previous
wars. He sheds light on why Pakistan a
consistent supporter of the Taliban con-
tinues to be a key player in the region's
future. Jones makes important arguments
for the inclusion of local leaders, particu-
larly in rural regions, but his diligent pan-
orama of the situation fails to consider
whether the war in Afghanistan is already
lost.
There is no charge to join the discus-
sions and they are open to all. It is best,
however to come having first read the
book. For additional information, call
472-2483 "







perspective.
McLouth captures his sister's perspec-
tive in The Florida Room, inspired by
their family trips to Sanibel Island. "I was
smitten by Southwest Florida as a kid,
recalls the author who begins the story
with the family's return to a dismally
gray and muddy Corfu from an Easter
vacation at beautiful Sanibel Island. His
mother wishes to combat the ugliness
of the unkempt yard by stating, "I want
a Florida room. From the Florida room,
things won t be so ugly. Maybe we 11 hear
the ocean surf out beyond the trees."
Soon the room is built, despite the logisti-
cal limitations of adding the room to the
house.

thrT gho tt ec cstore, atiate sthen
reader. The precise descriptions make it
easy for the reader to envision each set-
ting and all the activity taking place.
"Gary McLouth writes so convinc-
ingly about the people of Upstate New
York that even if you ve never visited the
pla e, yeou come eaway flingc yu gre

you ve tal ed with them, you may have
even gossiped about their misadventures,
said Eugene Mirabelli, author of The
Goddess in Love with a Horse.
McLouth will also read excerpts from
Natural Causes and Other Stories,
answer questions and sign copies of his
books.w


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Brief Encounter Opens Film Series


soun""W hhb wefnnit n usng nhdghqual-
ity screen and projector in Schein Hall. A
sound-enhancement system for the hear-
ing impaired is available. Mini-series film
tickets are $5.
For the complete listing of BIG ARTS
films or to purchase tickets, stop by 900
Dunlop Road, call 395-0900, e-mail
info@BIGARTS.org, or log on to www.
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Poetic Voices
For consideration,
please send typed
poems with a
short biography to
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SPeriwinkle Way,
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selected by Don Brown
Sun Catcher
by Sidney B. Simon
She's only four years old,
old enough to almost read.
Some words she knows,
"Deli" is one of those.

I suspect she'll read lots
more words soon, and I know
one of them, because of who she is,
will be that giant word, "heart."
I bought her a sun catcher,
at a crafts fair flower petals
sealed between glass, a bead
of German silver for a border.
Miss Deli and her shadow, Miss Heart
stayed in my guest room a little while.
Her mother hung that sun catcher.
It picks up the Southern light of gold.
On the day she left, after she had
rounded up all of her Barbies
and her zoo full of stuffed animals,
she called me in and pointed at her
present.
"When you look at it, think of me.
I have been unable to do much else
the rest of this whole entire day.

,Sfidey B Simn os poe~ss em ri-
books on Values Clarification made him
internationally famous, and took him
to the Oprah show and got him on Phil
Donahue. He s finishing up a book,
View From The Gulf, that's all about
people in some mythical Florida condo,
growing old, and sometimes wuith all
teirtuale sc ari ied.sThis yeur fore
lished.
On the island, Simon is active in
The Island Writers, a member of on
Stage At BIG ARTS. Simon is a theater
critic for The Islander, and he emcees
the popular First Friday Stories For
Growunups programs at the Sanibel
Public Library.#


Scene from Brief Encounter

ents the annual Director Series,
hosted by Sanibel resident Sid Picker.
The director chosen for this year's series
is the British writer/director David Lean,
who contributed to a plethora of highly
successful films of varying genres, both
in the UK and Hollywood, over the
course of a long career.
Picker will lead an educational dis-
cussion before and after the screening
focused on the director and his classic
films. Admission is $5. Mini-series films
begin at 1 p.m.


The series opens with the 1945 classic
Brief Encounter on Wednesday, March
24. Break out the handkerchiefs for this
Oscar nominee. It is a simple but realisti-
cally-honest, self-told social melodrama of
the quiet desperation involved in an illicit,
extra-marital love affair.
Hobson's Choice, winner of the British
Film Institute Best Film award of 1954,
will be shown Wednesday, March 31
at 1 p.m. Summertime, an enchanting
classic, will be shown Wednesday, April
7. Lawurence of Arabia will be shown
Wednesday, April 14, from 1 to 5 p.m.


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EXTRA


Seahorse Festival
Silent Auction Sneak Peek
T eSanibel School Seahorse
SFestival is fast approaching.
Bring the whole family for a u
fun-filled day of games, bounce hous-
es, obstacle courses, a silent auction,
food and drinks on Sunday, March
28, 12 to 4 p.m. The event will be
held on school grounds.
Here are a few highlights of the
auction items: a channel set diamond .
pendant with matching earrings as
well as Sealife Jewelry by Congress
Jewelers; private golf lessons at The
Sanctuary with Terrie Weisse; tickets
to a BIG ARTS event; a personal
training session with Carolyn Cooper; .
Sanibel Thriller private charter for
43; Vera Bradley lunch tote, purse,
wallet and notebook from Fresh
Produce; Allen Leepa painting donat- This adorable special needs dalmatian puppy
ed by the Willis family; Beading Basket can't wait to find her new family at the Seahorse
from the Sanibel Bead Shop; Florida Festival
Repertory Theatre tickets; a stay at
Jensen's Twin Palms Resort; gift card to Comfort by Design;
Sebrie Images family portrait session; Cheeburger Cheeburger birthday party for 10;
gift certificate to Tribeca Salon; sunglass necklace from Sanibel Sunglasses; private tennis
lessons with Kery Kendrick; Sanibel Farmers Market basket from Betsy Ventura; Time
to Make Wine gift certificate; gift certificate to The Mucky Duck; a stay at a South Seas
Island Resort beach villa from Royal Shell Preferred Properties; a two-DVD set by Bob's
Electronics; two tickets to the Edison & Ford Winter Estates; gift basket by the Sanibel
Deli & Coffee Factory.
Throw rug by Decorating Den Interiors; gift certificate to The Jacaranda; round of
golf for four at The Dunes; gift certificate to Rassa; gift certificate to Cantina Captiva; gift
certificate to RC Otter's; round of golf for two at The Sanctuary; a necklace by Casey
Wexler; jewelry by Lily & Co.; Pump it Up passes; gift certificate to Why Knot; silk cash-
mere scarf by Eileen Fisher;
Gift certificate to Sanibel Diamond Store; Kym Nader Interiors gift certificate; birth-
day cake by Lena Kupsaw with a party at the rec center; Danny Morgan signed CDs;
Melissa and Doug complete train set by Friday's Child; cozy reading basket by Christine
Lemmon; multiple Coach items and a Lily Pulitzer bag donated by the Marinello
continued on page 20B


*BUSINESS CLASSIFIED CROSSWORD SUDOKU


Jim Nathan


Richard Johnson from Bailey's with co-chairs Orlene Shimberg (left) and Ruth Woodham


by Sue Denham

members of the Zonta Club of
Sanibel-Captiva breathed a sigh
of relief, and the ninth annual A Peek
at the Unique was under way.
After almost six inches of rain fall-
ing on Sanibel in the previous 24
hours, Saturday morning, March 13
dawned bright and clear. A traditional
part of Zonta's annual home tour
is the welcome that guests receive
at the departure point, the Sanibel
Community Church, where delicious
bite-size morsels of food await, all
donated by island restaurants, cater-
ers and supermarkets. This year saw
an innovation suggested by Richard
Johnson of Bailey's General Store: on
hand to greet and serve guests were (in
addition to the women, most of them
Zontians) men, many of them chefs,
owners or managers of the contribut-
ing establishments.
The response from tour guests was
outstanding. Those they met, in addi-
tion to Johnson were: Raphael from
continued on page 6B


General Manager Mark Brust from The Timbers
Restaurant Group


HAPPENINGS HEALTH

Nathan Speaking
To Women Voters

Jim Nathan, president of Lee
present his views on health care
reform and the health care crisis facing
Southwest Florida and beyond at the
League of Women Voters of Lee County
monthly meeting on Saturday, April 3.
The meeting will begin at 10:30 a.m. at
Royal Palm Yacht Club, 2360 West First
Street, Fort Myers.
Reservations are required by calling
466-8381
The League of Women Voters is a
nonpartisan, political organization that
encourages citizens to be informed and to
actively participate in government.O


MARCH 19, 2010


Sun Shines And Businesses Pitch In
For Zonta's Annual Home Tour





2B ISLAND SUN MARCH 19, 2010
Part Six in a Series

The Dual Philanthro

Of Man IlS dn On O
by Arlene Knox, Director of
Relationships, Southwest Florida
Cornrunity Foundation

focused on much of the operational
functions of community foundations.
Today s article focuses on the unique
make-up of our island visitors and part-
time residents.
February, March, and April are among
the busiest months in Southwest Florida
for seasonal residents. We welcome our
northern friends from Ohio, Wisconsin,
Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, and oth-
ers blustery states. Snowbirds, as they

is ncda ,niom ire teh ugh hi oelc active

nwhbr is pron ho ns several
months out of each year as a part-time
resident in a warmer state. Florida and
Arizona are two of the most popular des-
tinations.
Limited scientific research exists
regarding the impact of snowbirds on
the charitable community, both in terms
of donations and volunteers. However, a

201std dcou tn e m o satons saa-
sonal residents in Florida provide insight
on this very special population.
The seasonal resident is usually afflu-
ent, retired, interested in leisure activities,
and increasingly chooses Florida and
other Sunbelt states as a part-time or full-
time residence. Snowbirds begin as part-


sonally here, the more likely a gift will be
given to support a local charity. Soon,
the seasonal resident becomes a full-time
Floridian, and they have reversed their
travel itinerary to spend the majority of
their time in Florida.
What does this mean for local chari-
ties? Opportunities exist for charities to
cultivate and steward snowbirds.
1) Snowbirds are social. Charities
should emphasize the social, as well as
the practical, benefits of volunteering.
Volunteer opportunities should include
the opportunity for volunteers to talk with
each other and create friendships.
2) Make it easy to give. Did the wom-
en's club take up a collection of blankets
for the non-profit nursery for babies in
intensive care? Did the men's club volun-
teer to paint the house for children with
disabilities? Be grateful and thankful for

oer pkpaocunite sadd b~eo se to tak
th volunte s.dThey will return the next

3) To establish domicile in Florida,
many legal documents must be changed,
including wills and estate documents. This
is a good time for many donors to recon-
sider how they want to make a lasting
gift, especially if they have built relation-
ships with charities here. Remind your
volunteers and donors about planned
gisi t prtunities on a regular and con-
If you visit or live on Sanibel or
Captiva island on a part-time basis, you
probably think of us often when you are
away. Our communities exist year-round,
which means that our needs exist year-
round. Your support and generosity for


island charities is hugely beneficial to the
health of our entire community.
The Good Neighbor Community
Foundation of Sanibel-Captiva is a divi-
sion of the Southwest Florida Community
Foundation, which has been support-
ing the communities of Lee, Charlotte,
Collier, Glade, and Hendly counties for
over 33 years. Through 331 endowed
funds, the community foundation has
provided more than $45 million in grants
and scholarships to the communities it
serves. For more information, call 274-
5900, or visit www.floridacommunity.
com.0s


World Lang uag e
FOir /OfCh 27

T~e 01 Wrd Laghae Farwl

Myr r600mB~uckingham Road mn Fort
March 27.
The event is a group project of the
World Languages resource and lead
teachers, coaches and the Lee County
Foreign Language Association (comprised
of foreign language teachers across the
district). The fair provides an opportunity
to showcase the skills and accomplish-
ments of worldaladngua~ge, m ri nh

languages they are studying within sev-
eral categories of competition, such as
projects, media and technology, declama-
tions, skits, entertainment and the ever
popular Quiz Bowl, which is a cultural
game similar to TV's Jeopardy.M


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time residents of Florida. As the years
pass, they begin to spend more months
in Florida than in their home state.
Eventually, they conclude that Florida is
a good place to establish permanent resi-
dency, and they begin the legal process to
establish domicile in Florida. This lengthy
and detailed process should involve good
legal and financial counsel, since there
are many tax and legal considerations.
From a charitable perspective, snow-
birds generally follow a similar pattern.
In the beginning, snowbirds give nominal
amounts to local charities, and usually
they give to charities that are similar to
those in their home state or that have a
natlionaldfocus For exaUmtle, if t ydare

tGhreeater Cinainnati, theyC my aso give to
they have an affinity for the work of the
United Way. Or if they have a fund at
the Greater Cedar Rapids Community
Foundation, they might inquire about
the granting programs of the Southwest
Florida Community Foundation and seek
ways to help. They already understand
the work of the Community Foundation.
yeButha sbe snall rsdsents return ec
community associations, churches, and
in their social interactions with others.
They view Sanibel and Captiva Islands as
"their" communities, and they want to
learn more and give back. The greater
number of years a person has lived sea-


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Kings Crown, beach view
from glassed balcony, years
of rental history $799K


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Terrific 2 bedrms at Mariner Pointe, Sanibel's condo peninsula wl2 pools, private fishing pier, boat
dockage, tennis, on-site manager, beach access, shuffleboard, waterside bbqs & dining areas;
canal-side water views 3rd floor wlannual tenant $305K, direct bay-front 10 bidg: top floor wlhigh
ceilings $379.9K & 2nd floor corner privacy $399K, expanded & updated bay-front 1 st floor $549.9K


Built your paradise on lot in
Island Woods with this com-
munity pool & tennis $325K








Over 1/2 acre in Seaspray so
close to gulf that you'II hear it,
beach path behind lot $599K


Direct beach view down the
courtyard, 3rd floor
Loggerhead Cay 2 bedrm w/
new kitchen & more $474K


Two units available in residential east-end complex midway
between gulf & bay beaches, close to both, near marina & on
bike path. Community docks. Remodeled ground-level 1 bedrm
$199.9K & fully-updated corner 2 bedrm on 2nd floor $334K


Like-new beachfront condo w/
resort amenities & income
program wlguarantee, last
vear netted $33+K $695K


Lowest-priced Sanibel condo,
steps to beach boardwalk,
gets nitely rental income thru
nn-citp ncnr: offiap dindK


Updated top-floor residential
Gulfside Place condo, nearly
2000 sq.ft., built to withstand
the inner storm $1 nnnu


Pool & beach just outside the Two bedrooms or three? Both earning excellent rental income in Well-maintained gulf-view
screened lanai at gulf-front complex known as one of the top-producers on Sanibel; 3rd floor 2 bedrm condo wl2 balconies
decorator-furnished condo in corner 2 bedrm just remodeled & with gulf view $849K & 2nd (1 used as den), garage, &
on-site rental program $699K floor 3 bedrm looking over courtyard directly to beach $999K earning on-site income $524K

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Sanibel's newest beachfront
condo, nearly 4000 sq. ft.
including this 42' gulf-front
balcony $2.79M furnished


Recently remodeled 2-bedrm
condo wlboth east & west-
facing balconies, beach
across street $349.5K


Cozy canal-front 2 bedrm w/
boat dockage available, plus
pool, tennis, beach access
$299K furnished


2242 Periwinkle Way
Suite 3 Sanibel Square


Called "Seagrass Cottage"
this fully-furnished 2 bedrm
piling home is close to the
Donax St beach access &
rents seasonally $499K


Solid 3 bedrm w/screened
pool & ~300 steps to
community beach access
path, cooperative annual
tenant wants to stay $449.9K


Wonderful curb-appeal & the
inside even more spectacular,
custom near-beach pool home
just steps to Beachview golf &
tennis club $1.495M


Olde-FL-style charmer next to
community pool, new roof/
kitchen & updated interior,
backs to conserved land, plus
tennis nearby $449.9K


~158' x 130' single-family lot,
mid-island convenient to both
Sanibel & Captiva $224K


One of the last vacant lots in
The Dunes Golf & Tennis
community $399K


Almost 1/2 acre on desirable
east-end near beaches & with
numm-~ fin.-encn~ **uaY


Over 1/2 acre near end of cul-
de-sac, short walk to
Bowman's Beach $449K


One of the most affordable Nicely wooded cul-de-sac
lots near-beach Sanibel, walk parcel overlooking fairway in
to this path to gulf $249K The Sanctuary $299K


One of the largest lots on
deepwater Limpet Dr canal w/
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You are passionate about Southwest Florida. You spend
your w~inters here. You love the sandy beaches, the sound of
a breeze playing in the palms, file art festivals, file shopping,
dining with friends.

For YOU, Southwest Florida is a home away from home. An1d
YOu want to keep it beautiful in every way for years to come.
The Cood Neighbor Community Fo~undation of Sanibel-
Captiva, a division of the Southwest Florida Community
Foundation, is dedicated to that same idea--sustaining a
high quality of life in Southwest Florida. We do it with you
through endowed funds, building sustainable solutions to
community issues and providing or ants in support of causes
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gorgeous gift baskets and numerous other items.
A four-course meal included Cream of Asparagus Soup with Truffle Oil, Ellington's
House Salad, entree choice of Herb Grilled Salmon, Filet Mignon, Pasta Brubeck or
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4B ISLAND SUN MARCH 19, 2010

Onyx & Breezy Island
Gala Aids Animals
by Di Saggau

The first annual
Foundation Island
Gala at Ellington's last
Sunday was a roar-
ing success, raising
money to help animals
on Sanibel. Over 150
people attended the
event. Founders Mark
and Wanda Shefts
started the foundation
in memory of their two
black Labradors.
They have helped onyx and Breezy looks
thousands of animals
and their owners.
Other sponsors are
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artists, and animal lov-
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evening.
It began with a vari-
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From page 1B
Zontai Peek

At T he Uniq u e


The club offers its deep appreciation
to the following establishments: Bailey s
General Store, Mermaid Kitchen,
Jacaranda, Lighthouse Cafta, II Tesoro,
Schnapper s Hots, Traders, Timbers,
Sanibel Steakhouse, Sweet Melissa s
Caft4, Queenie's Ice Cream, Island Inn,
Sanibel Cafta, Tween Waters Inn, Sanibel
Deli and Coffee Factory, Ellington s, Doc
Ford s, and (a new addition this year) Opa
Mediterranean Gourmet in Fort Myers.
"We hope all islanders will support
these wonderful, community-minded
establishments," commented Peek co-
chair Orlene Shimberg. "In this challeng-
ing economy, it is wonderful that every
year we receive such creative and gener-
ous support. 4


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a savings of up to 29 percent off regular
season pass prices. After April 11, sea-
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for Cape Coral residents and $89 to $99
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Season pass benefits include a 15
percent discount at the Calypso Cafti and
on gift shop merchandise, a 15 percent
discount on same day guest tickets, a 10
percent discount on learn to swim class-
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fee. This year, season pass holders can
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Queenie Viglione served her black rasp-
berry and coconut ice cream
included fruit, brownies, apple-berry stru-
del, and lemon shortbread.
"Zonta deeply appreciates the gener-
osity and creativity of our island estab-
lishments," said Cyndy Lorry, who was
responsible for procuring the refresh-
ments again this year. "All the food was
exceptional and received raves from our
500 tour guests.
A Peek at the Unique annually raises
funds to support programs that empower
women. Zonta s many local projects
include support for SWFAS, CHR and
FISH, PACE Center for Girls Lee County
and several projects that raise awareness
on anti-trafficking issues.


Michelle Tabernee-Schwartz from Sanibel
steakhouse

Ellington s, Darren from Traders, Chris
from the Sanibel Steakhouse, Mark from
Timbers and chef Chris from the Island
Inn. The delicious and plentiful contribu-
tions ranged from cream cheese crepes
with berry sauce to chicken-mango que-
sadillas, ahi tuna and prime rib satay, and
a grilled pineapple shrimp tree. Peekers
nibbled too on lobster and chicken salad
canapes, quiches, crab-stuffed mush-
rooms and roasted vegetables. A surprise
from Bailey s was a "umque" sheet cake
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Around The Islands With Anne

Whether You Go Fast or slow,

It's Always A Thrill To Be On The Walter
by Anne Mitchell
Unless you own a boat, it's unlikely you have the opportu-
nity to circumnavigate Sanibel and Captiva islands. And
even if you do, it's a long haul in the average boat.
But now you can make the trip in about one and a half hours
aboard the Sanibel Thriller, a beautiful, new, fast, safe, diesel
powered 55-foot motor yacht. It's the best way to complete your
island experience and get the true feeling of our beautiful islands
and their unspoiled beaches.
n This supercatamaran with twin 440 hp Yanmar engines
can hold up to 43 passengers. It's piloted by a USCG-licensed
Merchant Marine officer.
It's a smooth ride, I'm told, and you're unlikely to get wet except on really windy
days. You will cruise the waters of the Gulf of Mexico and Pine Island Sound, circling
Sanibel and Captiva.
It's a narrated tour and the bonus is that dolphins seem to like the sound of the
engines and will follow in its wake. So take your cameras and sunscreen and get ready
to be thrilled.
Price is $38 for adults, $25 for children age three to 12.
The Sanibel Thriller also offers a trip to Boca Grande, where you can go to the
beaches, go shelling, shopping, have lunch, or explore.
Sanibel and Captiva's only high speed tour boat departs from Sanibel Marina,
home of Gramma Dot's Seaside Saloon, 634 North Yachtsman Drive, Sanibel. Call
472-2328 for reservations or log onto www.sanibelthriller.com for more information.
If you prefer a slower pace and you enjoy kayaking or plan to take it up you
might be in the market for a new kayak. If so, you will want to check out the Heritage
Kayaks at Adventures in Paradise at Port Sanibel Marina, which is offering free
demonstrations on Mondays in March at 10 a.m.
These snappy looking kayaks have stability and friendly features and are lightweight
for their size, which makes them easy to transport. They're available in double and
single set-ups, sit on top or standard seating and are available in red, blue, mango, yel-
low, and khaki. Prices range from $526 to $986 before any discounts.
"Port Sanibel Marina has one of the largest and most expansive marked trails
around and these kayaks move through our backwaters with impressive efficiency and
are a joy to paddle," says Evelyn Stuart, Adventures in Paradise owner.


Take a free demo in these or several other kayak models at Port Sanibel Marina
"We also offer one of the most exciting activities in Southwest Florida kayak fish-
ing at Port Sanibel. Stalk snook, redfish, trout and many other shallow water sport
fish species through our vast maze of mangrove trails where only kayaks can reach.
Our guides are true local fishermen with experience and passion for kayak fishing. We
gladly accommodate any experience level," Stewart said.
Adventures in Paradise/Port Sanibel Marina is at 14341 Port Comfort Road, Fort
Myers, just east of the Sanibel toll booth. Phone 472-8443 or 437-1660 for more
information or log onto www.AdventuresinParadise.com.
The Island Book Nook has two book signing coming up for local authors.
Charlie Sobczak will be signing copies of his newly released Living Sanibel, a
nature guide to Sanibel & Captiva Islands, as well as his other books at The Island


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Congress Jewelers will have a wide
assortment of loose stones, with jewel-
ers ready to redesign and create pieces
on the spot while customers watch. The
store, located in Periwinkle Place, will be
open from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Thursday
through Saturday.
Unworn jewelry presents endless
possibilities. Changing a diamond's set-
ting from yellow gold to platinum can
add sparkle and drama. Necklaces offer
the possibility of dangling earrings. A
long diamond-strand necklace could
become a shorter necklace and match-
ing bracelet, or two bracelets gifts for
daughters or granddaughters. A diamond
ring can be refashioned into a pendant,
and a diamond tennis bracelet might be
converted into hoop earrings. Brooches
can become pendants and pendants
brooches. Restyling jewelry can enhance
sentimental value and expand wardrobe
choices without the investment of all new
materials.
For more information, call 472-4177
or 472-1222.M


-.4Beach
COnditions

RepOrt
Go to:
ISlandSun News.com
For up-to-date information
on all local beaches


McT's Shrimp House & Tavern on
Sanibel has entertainment on Saturdays,
phone 472-3161.
Ellington's Jazz Bar and
Restaurant has live jazz seven nights
a week from 7 to 11 p.m. at 1244
Periwinkle Way, Sanibel, phone 337-
5299.
Friday at The Mermaid Restaurant
& Bar, there's music by Woody Brubaker
from 7 to 10 p.m. The restaurant is at
2055 Periwinkle Way, phone 472-1242.
Biddles Bucket's entertainment
lineup is: Tuesday, karaoke; Wednesday,
Steve Reynolds; Thursday, Robby Hutto
and the Absent-Minded Band; Friday,
karaoke; and Saturday, karaoke. Biddles
Bucket is at 2499 Periwinkle Way,
Sanibel, phone 472-2323.
RC Otter's, 11506 Andy Rosse
Lane, Captiva, has live music daily with
dining inside and outside, phone 395-
1142.
Keylime Bistro on Captiva features
live entertainment seven days and nights

eaTwli ht Ca~h sj lv usic with
Jeff Key from 7 p.m. to close on Fridays,

hapy hora inse ge l-mdle nbear,

M lan 1ly jazz atlthueo idne ohn
Jazz and Sushi Nights. The restaurant is
at 2761 West Gulf Drive, Sanibel, phone
472-8818.
Thla ysMOrga plays on Tu sd~ays nd

ph Tnlee47anda has entertainment
nightly from 8 p.m. to midnight, phone
472-1771.
The Island Cow's live entertain-
ment is from 6 to 9:30 p.m. nightly.
The line-up: Monday, Dan Confrey;
Tuesday, Jeff Key; Wednesday, Ken
Wasiniak; Thursday, Diana Lynn; Friday,
Greg Watts; Saturday, Diana Lynn; and
Sunday, Ken Wasiniak. Phone 472-
0606.
Danny Morgan and Friends play at
Casa Ybel Resort pool bar on Sundays
from 1 to 4 p.m., phone 472-3145.


Doc Ford's Fort Myers Beach
Rum Bar & Grille at 708 Fisherman's
Wharf Fort Myers Beach, has entertain-
ment most Friday and Saturday evenings
and Sunday afternoon and evening,
phone 765-9660.
Sunshine Seafood Cafe at 8750
Gladiolus Drive, Fort Myers, has live
entertainment on Friday and Saturday
nights featuring jazz and relaxing dining
entertainment, phone 489-2233
Restaurant owners/managers, please
e-mail or fax your entertainment sched-
ule to Anne Mitchell at islandsuncity@
aol.com or 395-2299.4


Jeweler Declares

Clean Out Your

Jewelry Box Day

ongress Jewe Irs on t anie wi t

March 18rough 2, provi inghT da yry hven

ol unornd peres ito new nav itres


"Je/telry can become outdated, an inher-
ited piece may not complement your
style, and earrings sometimes lose their
naet. With crheatiiyand dcraftsa ansh p
to reuse stones and precious metals, and
create pieces you11l enjoy wearing.


Please visit our Island Sun online
advertisers each week at
Wwww islandsu nnews, com '
You can click through to their
Web sites for more
Information about real estate,
shopping, restaurants and services.
Just click on the logos surrounding
the front page.

Book Nook Friday, March 26 from 1
to 3 p.m
On Saturday, March 27 from 11 to 1
p.m., Christine Lemmon will be signing
copies of her newly-released gift book
Whis er from) thle Ocean, as well as her

The Island Book Nook is at 2330
17lm7Ridge Road, Sanibel, phone 472-

the mott recenA wnner o het G clove
Our Islands promotion at Bank of the
Islands. She was spotted with a We Love
Our Islands decal on her vehicle. That
won her the right to I le whca oailt-

ble contribution of $300 from the bnk.
This contribution marks $36,500 given
to island non-profits through the bank's
program.
LIVE ON THE ISLANDS
The Cornbread Brothers are playing
at the Crow's Nest at 'Tween Waters
Inn on Captiva tonight and Saturday,
March 19 and 20, starting at 9 p.m.
Taylor Stokes is the entertainer on
Tuesday, March 16 and The Laws will
play on Wednesday, March 17. Crab
races are scheduled for Tuesdays and
Thursday. Phone 472-5161.


S.A. T/A. C. 7: Progr~am
FT. MYERS HIGH SCHOOL
High School Juniors: Sophomores: WhadtAre You Waiting F'or??.
/ Nine (9) week Twenty-Seven (27) Hour Course.
/ A Ft. Myers High School I.B. teacher will be the instructor for this program
/ Prepare for the May and June S.A.T. and the June A.C.T. examinations
/ Class Size limited to fifteen (15) students to one (1) teacher
/ Parent-Student Conference to select the Colleges of you choice.
***HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS: DON'T WAIT AND
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The taking of an S.A.T./A.C.T. program is the first step to being accepted to the colleges
of your choice. Remember There is no correlation between G.P.A. and S.A.T. scores.

WORKSHOP DATE: TUESDAY, MARCH 23
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10B ISLAND SUN MARCH 19, 2010

African Journal

A Changed Life
By Scott Martell

Shared
asto y aboutwe
Mohammed, 8,
who has HIV
and lives on
the streets of
Butajira, Ethiopia
-when he gets
close to a caf&
with hand out-
stretched, the .
waiters throw
rocks at him.
This week, I'd y
like to share a
story about how
a young man s Bekele, Denbele, and Adane
life was changed
-how he was given health, and hope when he was about Mohammed's age.
Bekele is the tall boy, on the left, in the photograph. To his left is his sister, Denbele,
andyougerbrother, Adane. Today's Bekele is tall, strong, the best football (soccer)
andbasetbllplayer you'd ever want to meet. A dozen years ago, he couldn't even
walk.
Bekele's family lives in the mountains, above where Project Mercy is situated. The
life is harsh, unyielding as the mountains themselves. Farming plots are small and
rocky. Yields are low. Temperatures get colder the higher in elevation that one lives,
and the huts leak rainwater. Bekele spent his younger years crawling around, extreme-


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There is a lottery system, based on a percentage of students from each of the local vil-
lages. Bekele won this big prize.
But he couldn't walk or get to school. What good was winning the lottery?
However, God had set things in motion. His older sister, Denbele, began carrying him
back and forth to school each day. This caught the attention of the project founders,
Marta and Deme. Marta had Bekele looked at by a doctor, and it was believed that
poor nutrition was the root cause of his weakness, and that lack of milk had hurt the
growth and strength of his bones.
Bekele was given milk. Eventually he, his brother and sister, became "house kids,"
living in a barn-like building with the children of Project Mercy workers. His father was
given a job in the compound. By the time I arrived in Yetebon, Bekele was a strapping
8th grade student a guy who could run the field all day, and even knew how to pass
the ball, be it a soccer ball with his feet, or a basketball with his hands!
Bekele finished 10th grade. During his school days, he attended church, and gave
his life to Christ. His body was healed, and he was blessed physically. And he knew
who was the ultimate provider, his Heavenly Father. Not a top student, he did not pass
the test for college preparatory after 10th grade. But, he scored high enough to get
into nursing school. Next year, he'll graduate. He will return to the mountainous coun-
tryside to be a community health care worker, helping his people physically, but also
sharing his own story of hope, peace, and eternal life found through Jesus Christ.
Mohammed a street kid by no choice of his own deserves this chance, as do
other children, boys and girls, who live on the streets of dangerous cities in Ethiopia.
Nee Mis i n? Systems International is a tax deductible charitable organization that
isaaceptn edona ions tOShe thh stroeeitac dr nV grha edhbyd nt/ADS i hecks
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in accordance with IRS regulations, retains discretion and control over their use. It has
a four-star rating with Charity Navigators, and is a member of ECFA.
Scott Martell moved to Sanibel in 1 983, and served as a journalist through
2005. He has served as a director on several boards (CROM Pirate Playhouse,
PTA, SCA, Gulf Coast Symphony). He wuas called to Ethiopia to work for Project
Mercy in 2006, and now is a serves with Ethiopia's Emmanuel Church through
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Simply Sanibel .Behold Its Natur
by Jane Vos Ho g
Artistic and imaginative, the Guyette
Pat's a dabbler. Her specialties incl
bangand macrame. John leans
shaping and working with woods. Pottery
thanks to a Navy-funded course while he
Detroit. His job was training Navy Air Re
vival equipment technicians. Using the wl
~Pat prefers hand-building.
Years ago a childhood friend of Pat's ha
Sanibel, a place she often visited with her 1


coming since the early 50s when arrival to the island was by ferry. Intrigued by her
rall Beauty descriptions of vacations spent there, the Guyettes thought to check it out. Thirty-five
years ago that was just for a long weekend. Next time it grew to a week, then two,a
month, and finally, when they retired nine years ago, it became an annual two-month
holiday. Each February, housed in their 21-foot motorhome which they describe as
s are a perfect pair. glorified "tenting on wheels," you'll find them located just opposite the entrance gate
ude needle felting, at Periwinkle Park.... same spot, same time, even same visiting rabbit.... or, if not the
towards carving, same one, definitely a look-alike.
Same his way Originally an anthropology major, John was seduced by ceramics when he took a
was stationed in required course in preparation for an upcoming dig. Absorbed, almost immediately he
serve units as sur- switched to art. Meanwhile, another change was in the offing. It began with a blind
heel was his speed; date. Pat was a Duke University student. Their romance bloomed and blossomed into
marriage in the late 1960s.
Id raved about How do they spend much of their time? Think of it this way. A cook collects some
parents who'd been garden variety items, mixes ingredients with imagination and, voila!.a culinary delight.
So it is with Pat and John Guyette
except they forage about finding natural
beauty and, to their accumulation, add
artistry. The result: creative crafts.
Where does this couple hail from?
Regularly, they spend seven months a
year in their Greenville, North Carolina
home and then, when the heat invades,
they move on for a few months to far
up Maine, near the Canadian border.
"Why Maine?" I asked. Their immediate
response: "We love it for its climate and
its artistic atmosphere. In those ways it
mirrors Sanibel."
Until John was five he lived near
Boston. His father was a steel worker, a
welder, and when his company opened
the largest plant in the US they moved to
Philadelphia to be near his new job site.
E A WORLD OF CONNECTIONS Possibly this helps explain why heseemed
to be drifting southward. By the time he
was ready for college he chose a univer-
Soffices in 40 countries, we are all sity in North Carolina.
For their 30-year professional life they
ng. From the enchanting beauty of worked for the state of North Carolina.
Pat was a librarian at the University and
age-old cou ntry that is Thailand. John taught art, grades two to six, in a
local elementary school. Here he laughs
may be abounding, but our saying, "In one of my college art educa-
tion classes they had a whole section
emais prfecly onstntdevoted to budgeting. You know, if you
have this amount of money allotted to
you, you put a certain percentage into
this, and some into this, and this, and so
on. Hah! My total yearly budget for 600
kids was $150. I became a dumpster
diving dynamo.... a fantastic forager. My
station wagon was forever piled high with
home's appeal extendS scrap.
Finally, just a day apart, nine years
What is near. ago they retired. Now they are wonder-
fully free to roam about, participate in
craft fairs, create constantly and, when
their inventory increases, add to their gal-
leried collections, three of which are in
Maine. Here in Sanibel they contribute
work to the SCCF gift shop, specifying
that any profits derived go directly to the
foundation's funds.
Until the end of March two cases of
their work are on display at the Sanibel
Library. Don't miss this opportunity to
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American Cancer Society Relay for Life
fundraisinger at the Sanibel Grill on
Saturday, March 20 from 11 a.m. to 5
p.m.
Again this year, Sanibel 8-Ball Pool
League organizer Bob Buntrock will
take on all-comers in a game of 8-ball.
He shoots one-handed. Contestants can
use both hands. For each $10 donation
made, your name goes in a hat for a
drawing for the cue and the other prizes.
Those who beat Buntrock double their
chances of winning the cue.
The games will be played on a pool
table supplied and brought to the Sanibel
Grill by Doug Towles of Towne &
Country Vending. The table will be set up
in the Timbers parking lot where it will
share the stage with other planned com-
petitive events.
In last year s Relay for Life, Buntrock
played 24 games against all-comers. He
raised $755 for the cancer appeal win-
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of last year s McDermott cue was Cliff
Forrest, Bayview Drive, Sanibel.
Since 2007 Buntrock has raised
almost $6,000 for the American Cancer
Society and other island charities. He s
played 198 games shooting one-handed
and lost 37. He explained the losses by
pointing out that he had only lost 12
before organizing the Sanibel 8-Ball Pool
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Another Mauer, Jake, Not Joe,

Talkes Over As Manager Of The

Fort Myers Miracle Baseball Tearn
by Ed Frank

batting titles, gold gloves and most valuable player.
That Mauer, of course, is the Minnesota Twins prized catch-
er, Joe Mauer, who many believe is the most talented and excit-
ing player in the game today a player who soon will become
the highest paid catcher in the history of baseball.
But today we're going to tell you about another Mauer who
.soon will be riding busses on long treks with young players earn-
Sing a few hundred dollars a month as members of the Fort Myers
Class A Miracle baseball team.
Jake Mauer, 32, is six years older than his famous brother, but
in his own right is fast becoming an important part of the Minnesota Twins baseball
organization. This season he will take over the managerial helm of the Miracle after
two successful years as manager of the rookie-level Gulf Coast Twins where he com-
piled an impressive 69-42 record.
Poised, articulate and obviously baseball smart, he jumped from a rookie league
manager's job to high Class A, bypassing low Class A which would have been the next
logical stop as manager.
As Minor League youngsters gathered for spring training this week at the sprawling
Lee County Sports Complex, we talked with Mauer about his new responsibilities as
Miracle manager. He replaces Jeff Smith who moved up to manage Double A New
Britain, Connecticut, after taking the
Miracle to post-season play both years
by winning division titles in the tough
Florida State League.
Mauer is no stranger to the FSL or
the Miracle as he played here in both
2003 and 2005 during his five-year
Minor League career with the Twins.
"I'm excited about the opportunity.
It's a big challenge. My job is to make
these players better. And once the ros-
ter is set, I will have most of them with
me for the entire season."
Just as Minor Leaguers strive to /
some day make it to the big leagues,
Jake Mauer left little doubt that he has
the same ambition as a coach or man-
ager. He spoke of the Twins new sta-
dium, Target Field, which opens next
month -- a sparkling outdoor stadium
where someday he hopes to wear a
Ti uiomAsked what it's like to obviously be
somewhat in the shadow of his famous
younger brother who not only makes Jake Mauer, new Fort Myers Miracle manager
millions on the baseball field, but graces
the covers of magazine, endorses products and is hounded for autographs, interviews
and TV appearances.
"There's no jeolousy. "We're close. I'm proud of Joe," he said.
In fact, once the school year is completed, his wife Rachel, a school teacher in he
Minneapolis area, and their 14-month-old daughter Lauren will live with brother Joe in
his Fort Myers home.
When Jake Mauer's Minor League playing days ended due to injury, there was
a coaching opportunity at the rookie level Gulf Coast Twins, thus beginning a new
career teaching very young players the nuances of professional baseball. Obiously, the
Twins' organization quickly recognized his instructional abilities by promoting him to
manager.
The life of a Minor League manager is far different from the life of a Major League
player, coach or manager. There are no charter flights between cities, no fancy hotels
or lavish meals. It's often late-night bus rides and midnight snacks.
Smiling, Jake said, "Florida State League travel isn't too bad. The furthest is
Daytona, about eight hours away.
In the off-season, Jake joins a third Mauer brother, Bill, who also played in the
Twins Minor League system for three years, who now owns a Chevrolet dealership in
the Minneapolis area. "I'm sort of the assistant to the owner," he said.
The long-running success of the Minnesota Twins has been the result of the devel-
opment of Minor League players nearly all of whom played here at one time for the
Miracle. Jake Mauer's challenge is to continue that success.
Everblades Win Two of Three on Road Against First-Place South
Carolina
Winning two of three low-scoring games on the road last weekend against first-
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1.Name the Houston Astros pitcher who holds the mark for most victories in
franchise history.
2.Who holds the major-league mark for most career steals of home?
3. Name the two NFL players to have at least 50 rushing touchdowns and 30
receiving touchdowns.
4. Who is the only U.S. men's basketball coach to win two Olympic gold
medals?
5. How many times has the home team won the NHL's Winter Classic?
6. Name the last Major League Soccer expansion team before the Seattle
Sounders (2009) to make the postseason.
7. Who were the last three horses to win the Triple Crown?


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the two teams in the ECHL South Division.
The Everblades return home to Germain Arena this weekend with the opportunity
to climb even closer to their arch rival when they host the Stingrays at 7:30 p.m.
tonight, Friday, and again Saturday. They began the week with a 34-21-9 season
record.
Florida lost the first game of the three-game series last week 3-1, but then captured
identical 2-1 victories Saturday and Sunday. This weekend s two games are the final
two in the regular season between Florida and South Carolina.
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Tuesday
Wednesday


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March 21 Tampa Bay
March 23 Boston
March 24 Florida


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Dunes Men's Interclub Results
by Matt Oakley, PGA Golf Professional

scored +38 points and the second place team Gulf Harbour scored +2 points. Our two top point
getters were Jim Burkholder with +9 and Greg Jennings with +6.
This gives us a 41-point lead with one remaining event that counts towards the standings at Magnolia
Landing on April 12. The sign-up sheet for that event is now on the board and a qualifier, if needed, will be
on April 5 during the regular DMGA game that day. There will be an additional event on May 5 at Gateway
that does not count towards the yearly standings for those who will still be here by then. This replaces the
original Lexington event. Lexington has decided to discontinue play in our league.
Let s keep this beautiful trophy here at The Dunes for another year.#


Match #1 Match #2 Match #3 Match #4 Match #5 Match #6 Match #7 Match #8
Legends Gateway Kelly Greens Olde Hickory Gulf Harbour The Dunes Magnolia Gateway
10/8/2009 1 1/16/2009 12/15/2009 1/11/2010 2/1 7/2010 3/10/2010 4/12/2010 5/5/2010 Total
Dunes 14 16 28 -7 26 38 X 115
Gulf Harbour 19 1 21 0 31 2 X 74
Gateway 10 39 38 -18 5 -9 X 65
Legends 11 21 39 -4 -9 1 X 59
Magnolia -15 8 23 -6 -2 -21 X -13
Olde Hickory 23 18 23 -35 -21 -42 X -34
Kelly Greens -14 -12 31 -29 -38 -14 X -76


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Beachview
Ladies Golf

Association invited Beachview
Men s Golf Association to play
a four-person scramble over 18 holes.
The winners were:
1st Sandy Sauer 35.25
Diana Smith
Rene Lohser
Gholi Darehshori
2nd Sharon Ellen 40.50
Lenora Hoffman
Jern) Mader
Jim Sauer
The ladies decided to let the men join
on the links for a four-person scramble.
With the kind gesture came the beautiful
Florida weather we have come to know.
Many couples came out for the event but
were split up into foursomes made up of
other league members. The game was
more for enjoyment competition.
In the end Sandy Sauer, Diana Smith,
Rene Lohser and Gholi Darehshori took
first place shooting an astounding 66,
with a rather large handicap. Sandy
Sauer would have bragging rights at the
dinner table as she outplaced her hus-
band Jim, whose team finished in second
place. Being ladies league day, that only
seemed appropriate.a


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It currently is hosting the Gene Cusic
Collegiate Classic, which runs through
Saturday, March 20. Unlike spring train-
ing games, there is no admission fee
for watching ball at the Cusic. Find the
schedule at www.LeeParks.org on the
higuhrligahteed link "College Spring Training
"Terry Park plays a vital role in sup-
porting these college tournament events,
as well as two high school baseball
seasons, two men s adult baseball sea-
sons, and many local tournaments,
said Pablo Adorno, Lee County Parks &
Recreation s athletics senior supervisor.
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B ah0CV'I _

Dunes Match

COncludes
submitted by John Boynton

commuted across the island on
Tuesday, March 9 for the second
day of the annual Beachview-Dunes golf
tournament. The Dunes had drubbed
Beachview on its own home course the
previous week and Beachview would
have to do the same and more on its
course to reclaim the coveted trophy.
Home team hopes rested on their simi-
larity with the challenging Beachview
layout and its molasses greens that are
so frustrating to visiting golfers. After a
nice breakfast prepared by Carrie Dillis
and her staff, the two-man scramble
match got under way at 8:30 a.m.
After finishing 18 holes of straight
drives and clutch putt on a sunny Sanibel
day, the competitors sat down to a deli-
cious prime rib lunch prepared by chef
John Salvatore while waiting for the
results to be tabulated. When Beachview
headaprofessioealtaScott Hatto ltespoed
his expression that Beachview had again
fallen short. Scott and his partner, for-
mer club champion Bill Fellows, had
rung up an impressive seven birdies on
their way to victory over Dunes pro Matt
Oakley and reigning Dunes champion
Bob Rohle, but Dunes players won
more holes overall, 203 to 193, and
the trophy would remain at The Dunes.
Congratulation to The Dunes!
On Saturday, March 13, the
Beachview men competed in a four-man
scramble format. The winners were Rich
Rompala, Dick Arnould, Ed Grosse, and
Russ Bilgore. Second place went to Rich
Croce, Dick Waterhouse, Dave Bugby,
and Rene Lohser. The team of Bill Stell,
Jack Tukey, Bill Blankenship, and Don
Maurer finished third.

BDue mtchoes BiBa knlsut, ran
Keyes, Terry Myers, Bjorn Olsson, Don
Ray, Jack Tukey, and Dave Wisely.
The President s Cup is awarded to the
Beachview golfer who has the best tour-
nament record throughout the year. With
just tw dcont sts remtainmng er r L sr,
leads the field, with Rich Rompala just
8 points behind. An impressive trophy
awisthe win
awaewly c owee Beachview club cham-
pion Bill Stell recently found himself on
the losing end of a four-ball match at
Crown Colony, despite the solid play of
his partner, Barry Humphries. How d that
happen? Check out The Lighter Side of
Travel at lulu.com, a book of amusing
travel anecdotes written by Beachview
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which can also be used for overflow park-
Terry Park hosted more than 150
days of tournament play in 2009 brought
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department. These tournaments had an
economic impact of more than $30 mil-
lion. The park is located at 3410 Palm
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The Bike Rodeo will be held
Saturday, March 20 at The
Sanibel School pavilion. Attendees
can come by anytime between 10 a.m.
and 3 p.m. to participate. Admission is
free to all, however a signed parent per-
mission slip is required for children.
Children will be able to learn about
and practice safe cycling skills. The rodeo
includes a bike safety inspection and a
series of supervised skills training exer-
cises directly related to everyday cycling
situations. Participants will practice start-
ing and stopping, learn how to safely
exit a driveway, how to look for traffic,
negotiate an intersection and avoid com-


mon road hazards, all under the watchful
eye of adult instructors. Kids of all ages
are welcome.
Participants can bring their own
bicycle and helmet or use the equipment
provided. In addition to learning safe bik-
ing skills, they will have a chance to try
out larger size bikes to find see if they are
ready for upsizing their ride.
Parents can have fun too. Those who
have not been on a bike for a while can
try out various adult size bikes, including
recumbents and the increasingly popular
adult trikes. And adults can take the bike
safety quiz to test their knowledge of the
"rules of the road.
All participants will receive safety-
related giveaway items. Hot dogs and
ice cream, provided by Bailey s General
Store, will be served to those who com-


plete the activities.
The organizations sponsoring and
staffing the event are: The Kiwanis Club
of Sanibel-Captiva, the Sanibel Bicycle
Club, Billy's Bike Shop and Billy's
Rentals.O

From page 17B
RenOVations At

Terry Park
The facility has four lighted fields with
spectator seating that includes a covered
grandstand on the main field. The sta-
dium also is known as the Park T. Pigott
Memorial Stadium, named for the family
that donated the land in the 1920s.
The historic Tery Park was once
home to Major League Baseball spring
training, hosting the Philadelphia


Athletics, Cleveland Indians, Pittsburgh
Pirates and Kansas City Royals. It saw
baseball greats such as Babe Ruth, Ty
Cobb, Roberto Clemente, Jimmy Foxx,
Bob Feller, Tris Speaker and George
Brett to name a few.
The Gene Cusic Collegiate Classic is
in its 20th year at the park, with many
teams such as St. Lawrence University
and University of Scranton competing
in every year since its inception. "The
Gene Cusic is a fiercely competitive
college baseball tournament featuring
many great rivalries such as U.S. Coast
Guard Academy vs. the U.S. Merchant
Marines," said Ryan Gordon, Lee County
Parks & Recreation's athletics coordina-
tor.
For more information, visit www.
LeeParks.org.M


BIKE SAFETY QUBZ
(Circl'e the letter of the correct answer)
1. Adults should wear helmets when biking the Sanibel paths because
a. There are hundreds of driveways and roads intersecting the paths,
each of which creates an opportunity for a vehicle-cycle collision.
b. Head injuries can lead to paralysis or death.
c. It's a good example for children.
d. Path users sometimes do some really dumb things.
e. All of the above.

2. When passing slower traffic on the paths, you should always give an
audible warning (either voice or bell) because
a. It's fun to watch them jump.
b. Occasional use keeps the bike bell from rusting.
c. Florida law requires the warning be given.

3. A cyclist should not wear an iPod when biking the Sanibel paths because
a. Wearing ear buds prevents an even tan on the ears.
b. Sanibelians are generally Microsoft people.
c. Florida law prohibits use of earphones while biking.

4. Under Florida law, cyclists are permitted to bike on Sanibel's roads,
a. If there is no path adjacent to the road.
b. If any path adjacent to the road is closed.
c. If it's not raining.
d. Anytime they want!

5. Cyclists and walkers should always ride on the right side of the paths
because
a. Riding on the left looks too British.
b. Gators hang out on the left side.
c. Riding on the left makes a political statement.
d. Florida law requires it.

6. Under Florida's "three-foot law," when passing cyclists on the road,
motorists are required to
a. Honk three times before passing.
b. Waive vigorously three times while passing.
c. Give the cyclist a three-foot cushion of safety while passing.


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ISLAND SUN MARCH 19, 2010 19B


Night For Life Celebrates A Life













The Dinnan family: Joe Dinnan, Beth Birkholz, Allison Deloney, John, Debbie, John,
Peyton, Gary, Maxine, Norma and Jerry Dinnan

by Di Saggau

The third annual Night for Life was
15 at the Broadway Palm Dinner
Theatre. Sponsored by Organ Transplant
Recipients of Southwest Florida, the
evening included a celebration of life for
Jerry Dinnan, who received a heart trans-
plant in 1999. Jerry died July 30, 2009.
Many of his family members were there
to remember his life well lived. Mike Terry
called Jerry a great man who always had
a smile on his face, someone who always
cared about others rather than himself.
Betsy Edwards of LifeLink of Southwest
Florida and George Kearns with Organ
Transplant Recipients of Southwest Florida,
gave moving tributes to their friend talking
about evengthing he accomplished during craig Bamberg and Jeanne Rohland
his lifetime.
A silent auction and a live auction raised
funds to benefit transplant recipients. Items ranged from an NFL signed football by
Terell Owens, to a signed book, Waterbirds by the late Ted Cross, and an original play
bill from the Odd Couple signed by Neil Simon. Auctioner Max McAninch, a heart
transplant recipient, led the audience as they placed their bids.
Entertainment included BJ Odom and Joey Evans Comedy and Magician Show,
and Barry Newman's Memories of Gold Show.M


Gladis Mendoza, Mike and Sharon Terry, Nelda Gutierrez


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Anthony and Marilyn Catapano, Ray and June Scelfo


Laurie Madigan, Sherry and Dick Crawford, Ed Fischer


Dave and Rose Gansel, Mike Casalino, Amy and Louis Caccioppoli, and Patty
Caccioppoli, Dottie and Joe Rizzuto, Maria Caccioppoli


Hailey and Emma See


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Commercial Leasing

239-472-2792


2010 Sanibel-Captiva Estate Tax
&, Market Panel Discussion

Join us for lunch at Doc Ford's with planning insight from:
* Caleb A. Lowman, Certified Financial Planner'" Professional
MANAGING DIRECTOR, LIGHT HOUSE WEALTH MANAGER ENT, LLC

* Ryland F. Mahathey, Esq., LI.M., C.P.A,& Certified Exit Planner
REDG RAVE & ROSENTHAL, LLP
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COME FIND OUT WHAT YOU CAN DO TO
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685 & 4745 Sq. Ft. Office Space
Negotiable Rates
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14320 Port Comfort Road
1600 Sq.Ft. Office/Retail space
includes 7-10 boat slips. Negotiable
Wet & Dry Boat Slips Available


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20B ISLAND SUN MARCH 19, 2010
From page 1B
Seahorse Festival
family; Booster Club membership with
spirit accessories by Deb Kridle; gift cer-
tificate from Sanibel Art & Frame; stay
at 'Tween Waters Inn; tour of the Sanibel
Historical Museum & Village by Beth
Hight.
And, last but certainly not least a dal-
matian puppy by the Wesley family. The
dalmatian puppy was seen in the recent
performance of the Junior Performing
At 0 a okins Thi spca 1 py

This day would net be such a big
success without the following spon-
sors: Bailey's General Store, Marinello
family, Doc Ford's Rum Bar & Grille,
Crater family, LaBar family, Rothwell

SaaT tua~ry sar El Itr ,sS nibl-aptiva
Kiwanis Club, Island Pizza, Bank of the
Islands, She Sells Sea Shells, Lucky Dog

B i uity Bn li chner Ct tg,
Bar ir Is and Title SeS ies, Sandcastle

CffaeC arvice, So tHer nalreo printers
Periwinkle Park, Comfort by Design
Footwear, Kouril family, Wesley family,
Lighthouse Caft4, Green Flash Restaurant,
Macintosh Books & Paper, Murty and
Monk PA, RAM Construction, and Lazy
Flamingo.


or 1 ou would Itilet OS ome a s usor,
chair, Milissa Sprecher at milissa@special-
kids.com or call 395-1636.0


Virtual Instruction

PrOg rams Are


parents students, public, private
Sand charter school administra-
invited to a nf ratv sesoison oet le
ing enrollment, curriculum and changes
affecting part-time and Islltimle virtual
The session will be held at Lee County
Public Edu atio C nte 2855 Col 1 a
Boulevard,cFr nMyerserand via Webonast
fro (tp /lip le scholsnt f
Tis is anopportunity for new n


optin nP eena sale ordboaah k n er r-
ten through 5th, and 6th through 12th
eulrcuo ms wl eo tientThereu Icblu b
samples, and presentations from virtual
inscors aT erre wrl eb timeiforaqnudesvi-
tual attendees. Virtual attendance requires
advance registration. For more informa-
tion call 461-8240.


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2340 Perlwinkle Way
300-831 Sq.Ft. Retail Space
912 Sq.Ft. Office Space
Negotiable Rates
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1975 Periwinkle Way
600 1600 Sq.Ft.
Retail Space
Negotiable Rates
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740 Sq.Ft. Office Space
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Doc Ford's


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ReO Rors Association Open House
rhe Sanibel and Captiva Islands Association of Realtors will have the grand
Opening of its new headquarters on Thursday, March 25 from 5 to 7 p.m.
SThe center is at 2353 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel and has a spacious meeting
area, conference room and state-of-the-art sound system. It accommodates continu-
ing education classes, membership meetings and events and committee meetings and
more adequately serves the association's many members.
Light refreshments will be served.M


Designer Earns Accreditation

sri g t Vndn erch, a in serior
sional accreditation with the Sustainable
Furnishings Council (SFC). The council is
a non-profit coalition of suppliers, manu- .
facturers, retailers and designers formed
to promote sustainable practices in the
ho dnf u gnhg nIpted the council's
course on interior design issues regarding
environmental concerns and product solu- -
toens tTh ce isn tdhe first oflitsa 1-n

F edr i con ucttion withdth WirldF Wildlife

th ne baurrghoi atn aliend e erm i es
and has been a decorator on Sanibel and
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SAND POINTE 132
* Two bedroom 2 bath
* Top floor with excellent Gulf
and pool views
* Remodeled with vaulted ceilings
* Popular rental complex
WAS $899,000 NOW ONLY $650,000


COQUINA BEACH 5D OCEAN'S REACH 2D3 3RD FLOOR
* Very popular rental complex GULF FRONT
* Totally remodeled 2 bed/2 bath 2 bed/2 bath corner
* Ground floor walkout Rebuilt from the studs out
PRICE TO SELL QUICKLY Excellent rental, furnished
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3 bed/2 bath penthouse
Private sundeck
Gulf and lagoon views
Updated and remodeled
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Remodeled kitchen
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PRICED AT $799,000 FURNISHED
POINTE SANTO E-5
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* Ground level 3 bed/3 bath + den,
* Lap pool home, large 2-car garage
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$3,600,000 Unfurnished
LARGE CORNER NEAR BEACH LOT
* Popular Tahiti Drive
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* Short distance to private deeded
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PRICED TO SELL AT $400,000
DIRECT ACCESS CANAL LOT
* Prestigious Pine Tree Drive
* Extra large lot
* Many mature trees
ONLY $599,900 ,


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*Fabulous two Story 4 bed/2.5 bath
King Fisher model Golf Course home
*Pool & Spa; Tray Ceilings, Crown
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*High-end decorator furnishings
Priced at $525,000 Furnished


1504 ANGEL DRIVE
* Deep Water Direct Access Canal home
with Bay views
* 4 bed/3 bath
* New paint in & out plus new carpet
Priced at $995,000


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Selling the Islands for more than 33 years.


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VIP Realty Group, Inc.
1560 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel, FL 33957


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* 2 bed/2 bath fully furnished
* Corner unit with extra side windows
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THE SANIBEL SCHOOL

S EA HORSE F EST IVA L 20'1O


IIARCH 2 8TH e 2R 4R

Laser Tag Obstacle Course
Games Bounce H ou ses Prizes

Face Painting Tattoos Soccer Kick
Food & Drinks Silent Auction

Fun For Families

KIDS $10 ADULTS FREE

THANK\ YOU S P ON soR S!

IVARINELLO FAMILY BAILEY'S GENERAL STORE
DOC FORD's CRATER FAIVILY
KIWANIS LABAR FAMILY BANK OF THE ISLANDS
ROTHWELL FAMILY ISLAND PIZZA BAREFOOT CHARLEY PAINTING

SHE SELLS SEA SHELLS LUCKY DOG BOUTIQUE WILLis FAMILY MACINTOSH BOOKS
SANIBEL-CAPTIVA COMMUNITY BANK KIRCHNER CONTRACTING GREEN FLASH
BARRIER ISLAND TITLE SERVICES SANDCASTLE CONSTRUCTION LIGHTHOUSE CAFE
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AROMA COFFEE SERVICES COMFORT BY DESIGN PERIWINKLE PARK
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24B ISLAND SUN MARCH 19, 2010

Spero FU | | "
by Cindy Malszycki

Floridians
l ,ho eove our
4 ?A1 soaring ceilings and
expansive windows!
While our archi-
tects and builders
.... provide us these
beautiful design ele-
ments for our year
around enjoyment,
we are still faced with the decorating
challenges they present: How do we fill
all that empty space above our heads,
and how do we treat those floor-to-
ceiling windows?
You can imagine what we saw when
we first walked into this enormous room.
There was nothing to work with but the
bare wood floors, the fireplace, the built-
ins, and a beautiful view. All we could see
was rectangles and more rectangles in
the windows, in the built-ins, in the fire-
place.
To offset the boxy feeling of the
architecture, the addition of curvilinear
furnishings and accessories became the
underlying plan. The sexy curvaceous
sofa, the circular accessories and the
round drapery hardware all worked magic


towards softening the hard right angles of
the architecture.
Twenty-foot ceilings present a chal-
lenge of their own. Left undecorated,
they can cause the room's inhabitants to
feel insignificant in the setting. It is always
necessary to keep scale in mind when
selecting the accessories for a room of
this volume. A lot of small items would
work against the drama of the ceilings
and windows, and would probably fail to
hold their own against the overall size of
the room. This room had to have over-
sized and curve-shaped furnishings for the
balance, scale and harmony to be satisfy-
ing. The walls and windows were treated
all the way to the ceiling to avoid that
feeling of "nothingness" above you. The
large, dark ceiling fan played its part in
bringing down that ceiling to a comfort-
able height.
The high ceilings of this room, com-
bined with all the glass and stone, also
caused an echo effect that made conver-
sation less than pleasing. We used luxuri-
ous textiles, wood, plants, books, and a
heavily textured area rug all excellent
sound absorbing materials to tame the
echo problems. Even the grass woven
into the fan blades again plays its part to
make the acoustics more pleasing.
And finally, the sculptural effects of
the d&cor, including the lamp base and
the metal sculpture, gave the eye many


places to land rather than to be over-
whelmed by all the rectangles we faced at
the beginning of this project.
Ask your professional decorator to
pull out the secrets from her bag of tricks
to overcome the architectural challenges
of some of today's large homes here in
Southwest Florida.
Cindy Malszycki is an interior deco-
rator on Sanibel. She can be reached at
cindy decden. net.4

160 m Home.
by Bryan Hayes
.ch, t's all finally com-plne etn
.. ing true, you've
" -sively, picking out
every little aspect of
your dream home,
From the tile in the
.I i grand entryway to
'the color of the
paint in the formal
dining room. You ve
been involved every step of the way,
giving your input on every aesthetic
nook and cranny of this your dream
home.
There is one aspect of your new home
that you most likely were never consulted
about. This is your home comfort system.


It always amazes me that here you have
a very high end home being built with the
best of everything. This usually applies
only to things that you can see. When it
comes to your home comfort system I
have seen multi million dollar homes with
some of the cheapest equipment on the
market. This is often a mistake, contrary
to popular belief that all heating/cooling
systems are created equal not by a long
shot. There are many things to consider:
all systems don t have the same decibel
ratings, all systems don t last the same
amount of time, all systems don t dehu-
midify or cool at the same rate and all
systems don t cost the same to operate.
As you may have guessed the cheap
builders grade is not the quietest, most
effective or the most efficient. The
reasons that these cheap systems are
allowed to be put in to new homes is
twofold, one being price. If the builder
can put in the cheaper equipment and
have a larger profit margin, he is ahead
of the game. The second reason is mis-
information. If the builder believes that
there is no difference between Brand X
and Brand Y, then why should he pay for
the more expensive brand? Please don t
get me wrong, there are plenty of new
homes that are having top notch equip-
ment installed. There are also builders
out there who really know their stuff, and
go to great lengths to provide their client
with the best option, and do understand
the value of great equipment. And as a
quick side note, we have the great fortune


this day and age of instant information,
options aren t given and we still see the
cheap stuff going in. So all you builders
out !here h din' giv oyosurdcousttom rs
me saying I wrote bad things about you.
The choice is yours.
As always, thank you for reading and
keep cool. Regards, Blyan
Bryan Hayes is a Sanibel air condi-
tioning contractor: He oso owns, ulit
his brother Todd, an electrical busi-
ness on Sanibel. He can be reached at
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Sanibel & Capi-tiva:
Join me In Making a Difference


living on the streets, orphaned by HIV/AIDS. Many others are at risk
of being homeless. The future of the children seems desperate, but it
doesn't have to be. You can help. Please consider becoming a partner. Check
our web site to read about our vision, and to see several short film clips. Our
goal is to jump start a grassroots effort to nurture these children in a good
environment, focusing in health, nutrition, education, and Group Homes for
those who are most vulnerable.
Sincerely, Scott Martell,
Sanibel resident since 1983




1919$2 Go
Youth tenter
Plus infrastructure and Programs



Emergency Housing
Food Programs/ Dining Hall
Health CI inic
Game Room / Movie Hall
Library
Meeting Room
Sports Fields
Fencing of Property
Water Well


2011 Goal will be building two Group Homes
in our "village" of Hope
For more information, contact Scott at smartellenmsi.org

Donations can be sent to New Missions Systems International,
P.O. Box 547, Fort Myers, FL. 33902. Please make out checks to
NMSI, and put EthiopiaHopeVillage in the memo line.
(NMSI scores 4 out of 4 for Charity Navigator rating; and is an ECFA member).
See www.nmsi.org for more information.

Q New Mission
Systems International
NNISI honors preference of gifts solicited and, in accordance
with IRS regulations, retains discretion and control over their use.


Major Ann Penhale of the Salvation Army receives the check from staff at Cypress Cove


ade Salvation Army continues daily
with meeting the needs of the people
that have found temporary residence at
their compound. The field adjacent to
The Salvation Army property has about
20,000 men, women and children who
now "live" there because they have
nowhere else to go.
So far, the Army has:
Distributed nearly 4 million meals
Supplied over 500,000 gallons of
water
*Served over 20,000 patients in the
makeshift medical clinic
*Delivered nine babies at Salvation
Army facilities
l*Delivered 8,710 lbs of medical sup-
p ies
*Shipped over 992,920 lbs of cargo
items
Tim Ficker, executive director at
Cypress Cove, could not have been more
touched at the outpouring of love and
compassion from the residents and staff.
"I am just so proud to be affiliated with
such a compassionate and generous com-
munity as we have here at Cypress Cove.
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employees that they will recover from this
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employees and management. About
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are Haitian and most of them have
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The "family" atmosphere that exists at
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"I am totally awestruck by the generos-
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for Lee, Hendry and Glades counties. "It
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will continue to help rebuild the lives of
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To participate in the VisionWalk, or
to learn more about supporting local
or national VisionWalk events or the
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remain at home, has announced a part-
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cultural and educational organization
in Collier, Lee and Charlotte counties
and Jewish Family Services of Collier
County, a local social services agency,
to expand resources related to aging
and caregiving.
To inaugurate the partnership, the
organizations will offer a comprehensive
discussion of healthcare planning and
management called Aging Today; Who's
Aging? Not Me! with Dr. Eric Rackow,
a national authority on critical care
medicine, complex care management and
healthcare delivery systems.
The program will be held on
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ous others. These diseases affect more
than 10 million Americans of all races
and ethnic groups, young and old.
"It's heartbreaking to see children and
adults alike suffer from diseases that are
causing blindness," said Jim Farrell, chief
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honorary walk chair. "The Foundation
Fighting Blindness is funding key research
around the world that is leading to ve y
promising treatments and cures for retinal
degenerative diseases. VisionWalk is an
important event that will move us one
step closer to a cure.
More than 200 members of the com-
munity are expected to participate in this
year's walk. Special thanks to presenting
sponsor Walmart Vision Center for their
support.
Bring your entire family to join in
the fun and excitement canine family
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donations for the event contact Mitch
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mhaley@ icanswfl.org.4

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bei h ut9 asm wih t~he Ik/run
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T-shirt and favors from event sponsors
and area merchants. The walk is open
to everyone and participants can choose
between a 5k run (3.2 miles) or a one-
mile stroll. Four-legged friends are also
welcome to participate and a special dog-
gie rest stop will be available with fresh
water and dog treats.
Corporate and community support
assists ICAN in a number of services for
its clients and their families ranging from
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30B ISLAND SUN MARCH 19, 2010

Botts Named

Edison Principal

position of principal at Edison
Collegiate High School, Lee
Campus, Fort Myers.
Dr. Botts has a rich history in pub-
lic education in Southwest Florida. His
career began as a science teacher at
Lehigh Senior High School, where he
was an assistant principal. Most recently,
he was principal of Fort Myers Middle
Academy.
"Edison Collegiate High School is a
tremendous opportunity for Lee County
students," said Dr. Botts. "I look forward
to welcoming our first class of freshman
this fall."
"Dr. Botts has a strong background
in biology, physics and chemistry as well
as a proven record of educational leader-
ship in Lee County," said Dr. Erin Harrel,
associate dean of education at Edison
State College.
Additionally, Dr. Botts has served as
an adjunct professor in the School of
Education at Edison State College.
"The obvious commitment Dr. Botts
has made to middle, high school and col-
lege-level education has earned him the
respect of fellow faculty and students,"
said Dr. Noreen Thomas, Executive Vice
President and Lee Campus President at
Edison State College. "I believe he will
quickly build a similar rapport with the
families attending our high school."


Dr. Brian Botts
Edison Collegiate High School, Lee
Campus will admit 100 ninth grade stu-
dents this fall. Each year the school will
add a new class of freshman until reach-
ing four grades and 400 students.
Edison State administrators say the
mission of the collegiate high school will
be to provide an honors-level curriculum
for all students, with a focus on science,
technology, engineering and mathematics
(STEM) instruction. The four-year curricu-
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Senior Bridge
a.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn Airport/
FGCU at 16410 Corporate Commerce
Way at Alico Road in Fort Myers. A
media reception with light breakfast will
take place from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
The program will address research
from the Florida Department of Health
that shows Southwest Florida has some
of the highest rates in the country of
hospitalizations for chronic conditions
including diabetes, congestive hear failure,


stroke and respiratory diseases.
"As we age, we see an increasing
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Assist with transportation, meals,cleaning,
home/car maintenance. Excellent organiza-
tional skills. Island Resident.
Call Lisa 239-472-8875
Available day/night/weekends
RS10/23TFN

NEED COMPUTER HELP?
Sanibel Resident. 20 Years pc
Experience. Pc Troubleshooting, Data
Backup & Restoration, Networks, Virus
Detection & Removal. Free Initial
Consultation. Call Fred 472-3873
RS 3/12V14/2


CURR-NI 1-V-NIS

Join other "news junkies" every Monday,
10 a.m. to noon, Phillips Gallery, BIG
ARTS, to discuss current events. Donation
$3. Refreshments during break. Tell your
friends. For more information call 395-0900.
SR 4/2 N TFN


BOAl CANOl KAYAKS

DOC KAG E
Hourly, Daily, Weekly
and Monthly.
Cantiva Island 472-5800
SR1/30 BTFN

SECURE INDOOR
BOAT STORAGE FOR RENT
10x12x30 GROUND LEVEL Dry Dock
at Sanibel Harbor Yacht Club

UnlimitedNI 0 ut Pii eges i7g ys/week
Co plete Boat WashlE gieflush alter ech us
mpTotal use of club fc ties (no du ease
(Restaurant, Marina Supplies & Boat Shop
& Certified Mechanics & Repair Shop); showers,
Fuel at Wholesale (gas & Diesel) Slip #157
Call Chad 239-222-4848
Call Phil 239-395-0407
SR11/13VTFN


MIVIC. I-UR SALE


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ISLAND ESTATE SALES
Unique Silver, Jewelry, Art, Coins, Wicker,
More. Pick-Up & Donations can benefit lo-
cal charities. Lee County residents get 25%
off most items wlad! Cash item only! 2431
PeflWlnkle, www.SanibelAuction.com


ESTATE SALE EVERYTHING GOES, appliances,
eVen hand painted lavatories. Sat, Mar 20 from 9am-
3pm. 1178 Harb~our Cottage Ct, Sanibel
RS 3/19 M 3/19
GARAGl-lYARI) SAl 1

LARGE YARD SALE
926 Lindgren, Sanibel.
Sat. March 20, 8 a.m.
Furniture, jewelry, nick-knacks,
dishes and lots of misc.
R3/19M3/319

MOVING SALE
Saturday and Sunday, March 20 & 21,
9 a.m. 4p.m. Household items and
mfurni ure, ga a~g~eitemas, Radiddr ad
Sanibel. 472-8719.
SR 3/19 M 3/19

YARD SALE
Saturday, March 20
9 a.m. to 12 noon
590 Piedmont Road, Sanibel
Lamps, pictures, tools,
decorative pottery, and misc.
SR 3/19 M 3/19


ISLAND SUN MARCH 19, 2010 35B


FOR SALE
1985 14' outboard with trailer &
1990 9.9hp Suzuki motor with less than
20 hours. Take away for $600. Boat and
trailer are servicable but need work.
Call Tom on Sanibel 472-4882.
SR 3/12V 3/19

Campbell Hausfeld 20 gal. air compressor and
attachments, Craftsman 12" table saw, Stihl
weed whacker, Craftsman impact hammer,
craoasnan ato scroller saw, iinushing nienr eioll
and saws, many hand tools. 395-2375.
RS 3/12 A 3/19

SCHWINN AIRDYNE UPRIGHT EXERCISE Bike
Heart Rate Monitor, Time, Distance, Calories. $200.
395-1649
SR 1/8NTFN


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SANIBEL HOME

WATCH SERVICE

Retired Police Captain
Lives on Sanibel

Reasonable Rates

239-472-9035
5R 3/5BTFN


MURALISTIARTIST FRAN K RA0

UnqeoFdumxhl Iorl Dsoins for orrel

floors/cei lings/furniture/ca binets
www. muralsbyfrank.com or 239-634-5410
RS 2/26 V 4/2


HELLE'S CLEANING SERVICES
Residential Cleaning to Satisfaction
Sanibel & Captiva 239-565-0471
Sanibel Lic. #11412 Lee Co. Lic. #051047
SR 11/13 BTFN


PlaCe yOur classified ON LINE

Simply go to our web site IslandSunNews.com


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32" TV
JVC I'Art 32" TV
Silver case, good looking, good working
order, w/remote and manual. $150
472-6837 (leave msg)
SR 11/20 NTFN


SONY TRINITRON TV
36" in 7' cabinet, extra speakers
VHS & DISC Pla ers
3954106049
SR 2/5 N TFN


FOR SALE
2 brand new table lamps -
crystal with white shade $50
Gray office chair $15
Call 246-4716
RS 2/5 N TFN


VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
We are currently seeking applicants
for several volunteer positions,
Current Positions:
Cage Cleaner, Gopher Tortoise Grazer, Patient
Driver, Emergency Response Transporter, &
Gift Shop/ Education Center Volunteers. Other
positons are available throughout the year. Call for
a full listing. If you're interested in hard work and
would like to become a volunteer call Marguerite
Jordan at 472-3644 ext 5.
A bme-sensltwe trinng Is nvoved inall of our patient-care. We do
ask our volunteers to make asenace commitment of 3 consecutive
months per year with a minimum of 3-5 hours per week

SR9I NTFN


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Seasonal tutors areeone ded at The Snitbel school.

child, please call 472-1617. Tutoring hours are
Monday T~uesday W eda and Th rsday, 2:15
5 11/28 N TFN



HELP WANTED
BEACH HOUSE SWIMWEAR on Captiva
n hirn PT sales. 10-15 hr p wek
n a Ina ok. Energetic and in rrewted
in learning how to sell swimwear?
Call Peggy 239-395-5383 or apply online
jobs@aqua beachwear. com.
SR 3/5 BTFN


BOAT DOCK & LIFT WANTED
ON SANIBE L
Retired Sanibel residents looking to
rent dockage wlboat lift on east end
of Sanibel, seasonal or year round.
Close proximity to Lindgren Blvd. pre-
ferred. Alllocationsconsidered.
Contact mrstritch @mai ne.rr. com
or 207-251-2023.
SR 3/19A 3/26



MERCEDES CONVERTIBLE SLK 99, low miles,
white, excellent condition, $11,500. Sanibel 239-395-
2563


G ARAG E SALE
Misc. household items,
something for everyone.
Saturday, March 20 8 am 5 p.m.
1340 Middle Gulf Drive, Sanibel .
SR 3/19 V 3/19


MOVING SALE SAT. 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bikes, furnitre,
antiques, poolequipment, & more. 1389AlbatrossDr.,
Sanibel
SR 3/19 P 3/19

RUMMAGE SALE. SANIBEL COMMUNITY
CHthRCHbicSy es Mac kh20 08d t hi p.mFurniture,


MOVING SALE. 4573 BOWEN BAYOU, Sanibel.
Tons of books, decorative items, some clothes, kitch-
enware, lots of things. Sat, March 20, 9am


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410-9109
SR 3/12 N TFN

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Lovely fully equipped 2BR 2BA units (3) available on
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central air. Located on quiet street with
great view overlooking the pond.
waHe raal drye.Ali geait uon ti n.
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Reduced price $84,900.
For more information
call 239-246-5769.
SR 1/29MTFN


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RS 11/27 NTFN

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
OPEN HOUSE DATEs
Seawind #105
820 E. Gulf Drive, Sanibel Island
2br/2.5$ B Onh m
Friday, March lo9me
Saturday, March 20 11 am -3 pm
Thursday, March 25
Sunday, March 29
RS 3/19 M 3/26

CONDO FOR SALE
Two bed/two bath unfurnished ground
floor condo, close to Sanibel and
Fort Myers Beach, $95,000.
Call 851-3506
SR 10/9 N TFN


3BR/3BA remodeled duplex in Dunes
with sweeping golf course views and
granite, marble, tile, pavers, 3rd floor
office, 1763 sq.ft. $524,000


239-443-0110
RE/MAX
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S 1/29 BTFN


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Office: 472-5187
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SR 8/6 N TFN
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*BLIND PASS. 2/2 POOLSIDE. GORGEOUS
UPDATED KITCH EN & BATHS $525,000
*SUNDIAL RESORT 2/2 BEACH VIEW.
GREAT RENTAL INCOME. $644,000
*CAPTIVA BEACH FRONT HOME. 2/2 +
LOFT. SUNSETS INCLUDED! $2,450,000
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ISLAND SUN MARCH 19, 2010 37B


EAST END COTTAGE
Steps from the beach. 1 bdrm/1 1/2 bath,
AC/heat, full kitchen, laundry.
$3,500/mo + tax Jan-Mar,
neg.off-season. Call for availability.
239-738-3021
SR 1/9 B TFN


SANIBEL ARMS 2/2
First ioor condo, completely redone -
kitchen/bathlappliances/furniture -
November 2005. TVs/DVDs, internet, pool/
clubhouse. Just a few steps to beach.
Weekly/Monthly/Seasonal
call owners:26401-253-2511


SANIBEL ARMS
2 BR 2 BA lst floor corner unit on canal. Free boat
dock. Fishing, lanai, pool, steps to beach. Interior
& furnishings new Jan 2006. Weekly/monthlylsea-
sonal. Call owner 419-566-8670.
SR 4/13 VTFN

ANNUAL OR SEASONAL RENTAL
Sanibel 2BR/2BA- Furnished, Central A/C,
Wet Bar, Vaulted Ceilings, Direct TV, Internet,
Pool, Screened Lanai, Garage. Call 954-605-
3325 or 800-61 8-3325 for details.



COTTAG E WIDOCK ON
WEST-END SUNSET BAY!
Cute 2BR/2BA on Coconut Dr., direct
gulf access. Enclosed garage, laundry room,
furnished. Email for pics & terms.
$1,750 plm for 12 mo lease,
varies for shorter periods. Avail now!

or call 80 any6-3139 v omssage.
RS 3/12 M 4/2

GULF HARBOUR 2BR/2BA
Lovely furnished condo on golf course
wllake views. Carport, storage, pool, cable,
large TV. Flexible lease term, available
in April, no pets, reasonable rent.
630-696-0003, www.mygolicondo.com
RS 3/19V 3/19


TURN KEY OFFICE SPACE
Central location -1630 Periwinkle Way. Furnished
office including a Reception area and kitchen facil-
ity. Recently designer decorated. Suite B-1072.6
sq.ft. @$15 per sq.ft. Plus CAM.
Call 239-985-0033 or 940-7823.
SR 11/21BTFN

FOR LEASE
Architecturally designed real estate office
on Periwinkle with 7-12 private offices
depending on configuration. Freshly
painted, new loor covering, reasonably
priced. Call 239-410-782N3 for showing


OFFICE SPACES FOR LEASE
Iona Schoolhouse Professional Center
Great Location at McGregor Blvd & Kelly Road.
685 sq feet & 1350 sq feet units available. Will
negotiate year lease! Call Lisa at 239-472-2792
RS1/4 BTFN


TOTALLY RENOVATED
800 Sq. ft. Doc Ford's Center. New large white
tiles on floor. New bathroom. Raised ceiling
and new windows. Motivated owner some
FREE RENT. Call Nancy 239-246-4075.
SR 8/7 B TFN

PRIME PERIWINKLE FRONTAGE 1,000 sq ft
perfect for retail, office, other Hardwood floors -
beautiful! Ample parking, no cam fees!
239-472-6385
RS 7/31 A TFN

\/ACA IION RI-NTIAl

East End. 1/2 Duplex.
Wa lt to el -nearm Cueway.
Deck, new kitchen, bath and tile.
Call Bob
410-692-0200
RS 3/12VTFN

REC ENT LY AVAI LAB LE
Lovely 3BD/2BA ground level pool home
on Dunes golf course now available
April, May or June. Pet friendly.
Discounted rate. Call now, 1-877-307-7467
Or email custompin@aol.com.
SR 2/12V 3/19

NEAR BEACH PRIVATE HOME
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH
bedroom, bath Home with heated pool,
in quiet Sanibel neighborhood. Seasonal
and monthly rentals. 239-472-0692 or
Www.4sanibel.com.
SR 12/25 P10/1

DIRECT BAYFRONT COTTAGES
Popular west end where Sanibel/Captiva
meet. 1 BR-3+BR, single story, furnished,
full kitchens, 3 docks, direct access, heated
pools, pet friendly, beach across street.
Best spot on island. 239-848-0906
RS 3/12 M TFN

WALK TO BEACH
Private 2/2 home in Sanibel
neighborhood. Community pools'
tennis courts, clubhouse.
$3,500/month. Prefer 3 months.
39M-542-632


P ROP ERTIES AVAI LAB LE
For a complete list visit our Website
www. remax-oftheisla nds.com
Call Dustyn, RE/MAX of the Islands
239-472-2311
RS 10/9 BTFN


LEASE OR LEASEl
PURCHASE ON SANIBEL
Three bedroom, two bath piling home
with a convenient east end location.
Very low utility costs, two car enclosed
garage, bright and alry with vaulted
ceilings, unfurnished and immediate
occupancy. Asking $1,850
plus utilities for an annual lease.
Lease purchase terms are negotiable.
Call Charles Sobczak, Realtor
with VIP Realty, at 239-850-0710.
SR 2/12 BTFN


LOVELY SANIBEL CANAL HOME
Watershadows, direct gulf access, new
dock, 3-bd/2-bath, walk to Bay.
Available May 1. $2,195/month.
blsullvn@roadrunner.com or 603-356-5646
RS 2/5 V3/19


ANNUAL RENTAL
TWo bed/ twvo bath unfurnished ground
floor condo off Kelly Road. Close to Sanibel
and Fort Myers Beach. Annual lease
$875/mo. Six month lease also avail.
Pets under 25 Ibs. OK. Call 851-3506.
SR 1/29 NTFN


SANIBEL EAST END HOME
Heated pool, Gulf access
Grd. level 2BR/2BA
Unfurnished
239-395-1786
SR 3/12 ATFN

SANIBE L BLIND PASS
Two bedroom, 2.5 bath townhouse
on Sanibel, newly refurbished kitchen,
inlcudes pool and amenities. Utilities extra.
NO pets. $1,300/mo. Call 908-852-7215
SR3/19V 3/26


RCIAl SPACl-


WALK TO BEACH
This Island piling home offers 4 bed/3 baths, is
updated, and offers great views of Preserve and a
Short walk to teh beach $2,1001mo.

DUPLEX IN THE AIR
This 2 bedroom/1 bath UF duplex offers screened
porch, wid, views over water to Preserve.
This piling duplex is a must see. $950/mo

ACROSS FROM BEACH
This 3 bedroom/2 bath UF private home sits at end
of cul-de-sac and overlooks lake to preserve. No
street traffic here! This property is ground level,
offering updated kitchen, baths, upgraded screened
pool and paver pool deck. Private and a short walk
to beach. $2,0001mo.

DUPLEX
This ground level duplex offers screened porch,
Wld, and is a short walk to the beach. Very clean.
Unfurnished. Yard care included. $9501mo.

ULTIMATE ISLAND LIVING
Fulfill your dreams in this updated, fully
furnished executive home offering 3 bedrooms
+ den 3 baths, family room, pool, 2 car garage,
long dock, boat lift. Private Road abutting refuge.
Call Ofo your private viewing. $3,5001mo.


47 2-67 47
Call on these Island Rentals and ask about
our other Island Properties for rent.
Serving The Islands Rental Needs Since 1975
Gulf Beach Properties, Inc.
[BPaulH. Zimmerman, Broker/wner i
S1/1BTFN

SO. FORT MYERS CONDO
Lovely, 2BR, 2BA, almost all brand new
appliances & carpeting, etc. Heated pool,
carport, mature single w/references.
$525/mo. 239-278-5689
RS3/19V 3/19

SANIBEL 2BR/2BA, w/large office, LRIDR, UF
ground I vel hom in vquit c chbho ts narge
razzo floors, large back yard deck. Pets welcome.
Available May. $1,450 plus utilities. 239-472-2464
18Vmessge.SR 12/25B&TFN

CUSTOM HOME, PRIVATE, river view, guest loit with
sun porch, pool, tennis, beach. No smoking or pets.
Aalabl m thly beginning April. 405-210-2341 or
SR 1/8MTFN

r isReEd GTwo-bdb omO ottaue tn eSan Ire
Gulf beach. Available April-December. Livingroom,
dinette, full kitchen, 2 bedrooms, bath, screened/
glassed-in lanai. Carport. wld. $850 per month, all
2tlte u~r s~h~e~d- rxep 8%)cHS4 5t ailable. Call
Also available one-bedroom furnished apt. All
utilities furnished. $750 per month. Call owner as
above.
SR 3/19 P 3/26






Sanibel&Cootlivalslands


Rent absolutely gorgeous 3BR/3BA remod-
eled duplex in Dunes with sweeping golf
course views and granite, marble, tile, pay-
efS, 3rd floor office, 1763 sq.ft. $4,000 for
March, $3,000 for April. Call Jean Johnson
at 703-548-0545. Time frame negotiable.
SR 3/7V TFN


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RS 2/19A 4/30




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PRIME COMMERCIAL/0FFICE SPACE

Eo Sublease onePeriwinkne Way Snibel

flexible square footage available to suit your
needs. Call 239-472-2183 for more information.
SR 12/3 BTFN


RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACE
For Rent
East End of Sanibel
Call 239-472-0121 or 239-410-2553
SR12/11 PTFN


RETAIL SPACE FOR RENT
Retail space available on Periwinkle Way.
Frontage 2,100 sq. ft.
Call 239-283-8581
RS 8/14 BTFN


OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE
Convenient location on Periwinkle Way, Island
Tower Plaza, Sanibel. 1st Floor availability with
700 sq. ft. of space. Leasehold improvements
negotiable. Call Joe at 516-972-2883 or toll free
at 800-592-0009. Fax is 212-371-2290
SR 10/12 BTFN


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Sanibel & Captiva Islands

CALLING CARD 239-395-1213
Emergency............ .... ........911..
Sanibel Police ................ ............. ....472-3111
Lee County Sheriff's Office .. .. . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. 477-1 200
On Call Captiva Deputy ............... ............. 477-1000
Fire Department
Sanibel ............... .......... ..........472-5525
Captiva ............... .......... ..........472-9494
Florida Marine Patrol. . . ..... .. .... .. .. . . .. 332-6966
Florida Highway Patrol ............... .............. 278-7100
Poison Control. . . ...... .. ... .. .. .. . ..1 -800-282-3171
Chamber of Commerce ................ .............. 472-1080
City of Sanibel ............... ............. ....472-4135
Administrative Office. . . . . . .... .. .. .. . .. 472-3700
Building Department ................ .............. 472-4555
Community Housing and Resources. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 472-1189
Planning Department ................ .............. 472-4136
Library
Sanibel ................ ........... ........472-2483
Captiva ................ ........... ........472-2133
Post Office
Sanibel ................ ........... ........472-1573
Sanibel (toll free) . . . . . .... .. .. .. . .. 800-275-8777
Captiva ................... ........... ........472-1674
Sanibel Community Association .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. . .472-2155
Senior Center........ ............ 4253
ARTS
Arcade Theater ................ ............... 332-4488
Art League Of Fort Myers ................. ............. 275-3970
BIG ARTS (Barrier Island Group for the Arts) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 395-0900
Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre .. .. .. .. .. . .. . .. .. .. 278-4422
Fort Myers Symphonic Mastersinger. ................... .... 472-0168
Gulf Coast Symphony ................ ............... 472-6197
Lee County Alliance of the Arts. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. . .939-2787
Naples Philharmonic . . ..... .. .... .. .. . . .. 597-1111
The Schoolhouse Theater. .. .. . . . . .. .. .. . .. 472-6862
Sanibel Music Festival . . . ... ..... .. .. . . .. .336-7999
Sanibel-Captiva Art League ............... ............ 472-4258
s.w. Florida Symphony. . . . . . ..... .. .. .. . .41 8-0996
CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS
ABWA (American Business Women's Assoc.) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 472-4499
... .. . . .. . . .. . .. or csimontacchi@earthlink.net
American Legion . ........ .. .. .... .. .. . .. 472-9979
Angel Flight SE . . . . . ... .. .. .. . .. 1-877-4AN-ANGEL

dunbe Bik Clb ............ ....... sanibelbicycle~c ub3o
sanibel Beautification Inc. ... .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. . .41 8-9693
community Foundation of Sanibel-Captiva .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 274-5900
CROW (Clinic For The Care & Rehabilitation of Wildlife) .. .. .472-3644
FISH of Sanibel (Friends in Service Here) ................... 472-0404
Fishing Club. .. .. .. .. .. . . .. . . .. . .. . .472-7257
Horticultural Society of the Islands. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .472-6940
Horticulture and Tea Society of Sanibel and Captiva .. .....472-8334
KiwanCIs Cub a S / ) . . . ......... . . 5-1

Master Gardeners of the Islands .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. . .472-6940
Newcomers . ....... . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .472-9332
Notre Dame Club of Lee County .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. . .768-0417
Optimist Club .. ....... . .. . . . .. .. .. . ..472-0836
PAWS . . ...... .. .... .. .. . . .. 472-1027 or 472-9383
R Cibl But f cation Inc. . . . . . ......472-7257 o
sanibel-Captiva Orchid Society .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. ... .. .. 472-6940
sanibel-Captiva Power Squadron .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . .472-3828
Sanibel-Captiva Shell Club. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. . .. 395-1770
sanibel Youth Soccer . . . .... ...... .. .. . . .. 395-2040
www.sanibelsoccer.org
The Military Officers Assc. of America
(MIOAA, Alex MlacKenzie). . . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. 395-9232
The Sanibel Rocks Association. ..... .. rocksassn@aol.com
United Way of Lee County ................... ............. 433-2000
United Way 211 Helpline......(24 hour information line) 211 or 433-3900
Zonta Club ................ ........... .......671-6381
ISLAND ATTRACTIONS
Bailey-Mlatthews Shell Museum .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. . .. .. .. 395-2233
J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge ................. 472-1100
Sanibel Historical Village & Museum. ................... ....472-4648
SCCF (Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation) ............ .472-2329


38B ISLAND SUN MARCH 19, 2010

Pets Of The W~eek


Tanya ID# 464077


Princess ID# 461464


H i, my name is Tanya and I'ma one-year-old female Lab mix. I'm certainly not Irish, but I'm
Looking for a little luck of the Irish. Until recently things haven t gone so well for me in this
1 world. I was wandering around a neighborhood when an officer found me. I was picked up
and brought to the shelter, and I was so scared. He thinks I was abandoned, but that doesn t depress
me because I know I could have a bright future with you. I'ma young dog that s friendly, loves to
play, and best of all, I'm smart. I know almost all the basic commands, and I can learn anything you
would like to teach me. Oh, and I'm really cute, so I've got that going for me too. My adoption fee
is $30 and I just know it will be money well spent. Come and meet me as soon as you can. I'm so
excited to meet you!
Hi, my name is Princess. I am a three-year-old female brown tiger kitty. Everyone from the veteri-
narian to the volunteers here at the shelter are enamored with my loving personality. I love to snuggle
and be petted. I would be a great companion and fit right in to most any family since I get along with
everybody! No worries, I won t scratch your furniture, shred your drapes, or eat your carpet. I'ma well
mannered little lady. My adoption fee is $30 that s with a savings of $20 off the regular adoption fee
of $50 during March s Find Your Lucky Charm adoption special.
Are you feeling lucky? You can find more than a pot of gold at Lee County Domestic Animal
Services this March. In fact, you could find your next best friend, unconditional love, or a companion for
life. All month long adopters will receive $20 off the regular adoption fee for all pets plus a complimen-
tary green T-shirt. The reduced adoption fee will still include the complete package of services.
For information about this week s pets, call 533-7387 (LEE-PETS) or log on to Animal Services
Web site at www.LeeLostPets.com. When calling, please refer to the animal s ID number. The Web site
updates every hour so you will be able to see if these or any other pets are still available.
The shelter is open for adoptions from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday at 5600
Banner Drive, Fort Myers, next to the Lee County Sheriff s Office, off Six Mile Cypress Parkway.
All adoptions include spay/neuter surgery, age-appropriate vaccinations, rabies vaccination and
county license if three months or older, flea treatment, worming, heartworm test for dogs six months
and over, feline AIDS and leukemia test for cats, training DVD, 10-day health guarantee, and a bag of
Science Diet pet food.
The adoption package is valued at $500.0



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NEAR HEART OF BLIND PASS
2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths
Ground Level Condo
Remodeled Kitchen and Baths
Close to Pool and Clubhouse
$525,000 -SANIBEL
Sally Davies, 239.691.3319


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40B ISLAND SUN MARCH 19, 2010


SANIBEL COTTAGE INCOME PRODUCER GULF BEACH VILLA
2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, Furnished
Lowest Priced Home on Sanibel Updated Unit at Sundial Resort Direct Beach Front
Neighborhood Boat Launch Grosses $40K South Seas Island Resort
Offered "As-Is" Turnkey with Resort Amenities Perfect Island Getaway, Rental Income


$209,000 SANIBEL
Sarah Ashton, 239.691.4915


$389,000 SANIBEL
Sarah Ashton, 239.691.4915


$498,000 CAPTIVA
Jim Branyon, 239.565.3233


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BEST OF LOGGERHEAD CAY
Best Units Currently Available, All 2 Bedrooms and 2 Baths
Well Maintained Grounds, Large Pool, Tennis, Clubhouse, On-Site Management
Weekly Rentals and Pet Friendly, Remodeled Units Available
Gulf View and Gulf Front Available
$449,500 $899,000 SANIBEL
The Burns Family Team, 239.464.2984


PET FRIENDLY FOR OWNERS!
2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths
Fully Furnished on Beach
Close to All Amenities
Beautifully Updated Throughout
$644,000 SANIBEL
Sally Davies, 239.691.3319


SUNWARD OF SANIBEL
2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths
Direct Gulf Front Complex
Screened Lanai Overlooks Gulf
Located on West Gulf Drive
$835,0000-SANIBEL
Kara Cuscaden, 239.470.1516


HEATHER LANE LANDS END AT SOUTH SEAS
5 Bedrooms, 3 Baths Large, Contemporary, 2 Bedrooms
Very Private Neighborhood Gulf Views Across Golf Course
Deeded Beach Access and Pool Views to Pine Island Sound
Great Vacation/Rental Home Extensive Screened and Open Lanais


5 Doons To BEACH
3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths
Balinese Beach Home
In Captiva's Village
Casual, Sophisticated Design
$1,749,000 CAPTIVA
John and De nice Beggs, 239.357.5500


RARE TO MARKET
3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, On Beach
Gulf Front Unit
East End, Low Density Complex
Excellent Rental Income, Weekly Rentals
$1,495,000 SANIBEL
The Burns Family Team, 239.464.2984


$899,900 SANIBEL
Kara Cuscaden, 239.470.1516


$925,0000 CAPTIVA
Vicki Panico or Fred Newman, 239.980.0088


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