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Publisher: Lorin Visek & Ken Rasi
Place of Publication: Sanibel, Fla
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Publication Date: April 2, 2010
Copyright Date: 2010
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VOL. 17, NO. 39


APRIL SUNRISE/SUNSET: 2 7:18 7:45 3 7:17 *7:45 4 7:16 7:46 5 7:15* 7:46 6 7:14 *7:47 7 7:13 *7:47 8 7:12 *7:48

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Eastr B sket Ful OfFunRamsey and Nicki Avery Johnson and Daisy Arensman show off their face painting
a variety of Midway
Education Center Spring Festival kicks off with an Easter egg hunt at Sanibel Sanibel ring game. Dee Crowell set up a prize table where the children were able to
City Park at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 3. Following the hunt, there will be redeem their tickets for prizes.
games, crafts, pony rides, a bounce house, giant slide, face painting, silent auction Always a hit, Ms. Silvia from Ms. Silvia's Faces created works of art on the chil-
and other activities. A $10 armband buys unlimited fun. Sanibel City Park is next to dren's faces. There were designs of Spiderman, peace signs, flowers, and butterflies.
The Community House on Periwinkle Way. Organized by Kerri Maw, Bailey's General Store and Island Pizza provided all the
Or hop on over to the Sanibel Community Church for Easter fun and games. Food wonderful food. Richard Johnson of Bailey's manned the grill with volunteers to see
will be served at 11 a.m. Age groups will be organized for the egg hunt which begins that no one went home hungry. Dilly Bars from Daily Queen were a refreshing treat.
at 12:15 p.m. The church is next to Jery's Market on Periwinle Way.M continued on page 20


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APRIL 2, 2010


JRobert with a young American alligator


Happy Easter


Swamp Music Entertainer
Comes To Sanibel

The Sanibel Community Association will present Florida entertainer and Marco
Production of Songwriters Blend at The Community House. The JRobert per-
formance will be on Wednesday, April 7 from 7 to 9 p.m. The Community House
will once again be transformed into an intimate coffee house setting where you can
stop by after dinner for great music and drinks.
Sit back and relax with a glass of wine, drink, or a cup of Sanibel Bean coffee as
JRobert sings and plays tropical guitar, steel pan and Florida fiddle.
JRobert is a fourth generation Floridian. He performs Cajun/Zydeco influenced
swamp music, Florida blues, and original ballads. He has performed at America's old-
est Florida Folk Festival in White Springs as a native songwriter and fiddle player with
Seminole Chief Jim Billie. He has been the warm-up act for many national artists
including Tom T. Hall, Billy Dean, John Anderson, Doug Kershaw, Charlie Daniels,
Travis Tritt, Ramblin' Jack Elliot, Buffy Saint-Marie, John McEuen of the Nitty Gritty
Dirt Band, and Jimmy Buffett.
He has toured in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, Switzerland, Germany and England.
Tickets are $12 and can be purchased in advance or at the door. Doors open at 7
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1We appreciate the volunteers,
attendees, exhibitors and sponsors who
along with members of the Sanibel
-Captiva Shell Club made the show a
record setter.
Special thanks to our Award
Sponsors: Bailey's General Store The
Tower Gallery; Bank of the Islands The
Lesinski Family; She Sells Sea Shells;
The Island Reporter; Shell crafters of
Sanibel Community Association; Sanibel
Seashell Industries; The Weinstein
Family; Bonnie Ford; Sanibel Community
Association; Three Crafty Ladies; The
McGowan Family; The Neujahr Family;
Jerry's Foods; The Clifford Family; The
Delaware Museum of Natural Histony;
Conchologists of America Showcase
Shells; Gene Everson; Sanibel-Captiva
Shell Club; The Bailey-Matthews Shell
Museum; The Sexauer Family.M



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Captiva
Community
Panel To Meet

here will be a meeting of the
Tuesday, April 13 at 9 a.m. in the
Wakefield Room at 'Tween Waters Inn.
The draft agenda includes a Captiva
Erosion Prevention District update by
Kathy Rooker and a land development
code discussion led by Max Forgey,
Morris-Depew Associates, and an
update on the March 24 meeting.#

American

Legion Post 123
Saturday, April 3 is Gator s birthday
decorated sombrero will wina
prize. Mexican food will be available all
day. There will be music by Reasonable
Deception in the evening.
On Easter Sunday, April 4, stop in for
ham, scalloped potatoes and green bean
casserole served all day.
Monday is cribbage tournaments and
9-ball pool tournaments at 6 p.m. On
Thursday it's Texas Hold 'em at 7 p.m.
Every Friday the legion offers a 60z.
ribeye sandwich with fries along with
daily specials and a regular menu. Food
is served all day every day. The public is
welcome.
Hours are Monday to Saturday, 11
a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday noon to 9
p.m. The location is mile marker 3 on
Sanibel-Captiva Road. For more informa-
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Center 4 Life

Prog rams
H APPY Hour Fitness is at 8 a.m.
SMonday, Wednesday and Friday.
1 It stands for an Hour of Aerobics
and Positions of Pilates & Yoga. The
class begins with a joke from one of the
participants and ends with a positive
thought for the day. Find your strength,
balance and flexibility with simple yoga
poses and a great core with the dynamics
of pilates.
Power Hour Fitness, 8 a.m. Tuesday
and Thursday, is a class to gain strength
in all muscles. Hand weights, stretch
cords and stability balls along with mats
will be used to strengthen and lengthen
muscles to improve core strength and
balance.
Essential Total Fitness, 9:30 a.m.
Monday through Friday, includes cardio,
muscle strengthening an~d flexibility train-
ing with hand weights, stretch cords,
chairs and stability balls. No floor mat
work is involved.
Gentle Yoga, 11 a.m. Monday and
Wednesday, designed to stretch, tone
and strengthen while improving flexibility,
proper alignment and circulation. Class
exercises make use of chairs and mats to
meet the needs of varying experience lev-
els. Participants are encouraged to bring
a towel.
Hand & Foot, a predominately
North American standard deck playing
card game related to Canasta, is at 1



Join The Lions

For A Pancake

Breakfast
T~he Sanibel-Captiva Lion's Club
Swill hold its second annual pan-
Scake breakfast at The Community
House on Saturday, April 3 from 8
a.m. to noon. Proceeds from the event
will benefit the Florida Lions Camp,
a private non-profit, inclusive camp
established and dedicated to serving
those with physical and developmental
challenges. The Florida Lions Camp
began operation in 1974 at Lake Wales,
Florida and is considered to be one of
the leading facilities of this type in the
United States. The camp experience
offers a wide variety of traditional sum-
mer camp activities such as swimming,
and hiking.
Join the Sanibel-Captiva Lions for
breakfast this Saturday for pancakes,
bacon, and your choice of beverages
including coffee and orange juice. The
requested donation for adults is $5 and
children under five are free. Carry out is
available for those who want breakfast on
the go.
Founded in 1917, Lions Clubs
International is the world's largest service
club organization with nearly 1.35 million
members in approximately 45,000 clubs
in 200 countries and geographical areas
around the world.M


p.m.Tuesday.
Bridge for Fun, 1 p.m. Monday and
Wednesday.
Mah Johngg, 1 p.m. Thursday; prizes
for both games are awarded. Cost is
$2.50 for member, $5 for non-members
and includes materials and supplies.
Meditation with Karl & Ann, 8:30
a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday;
one half hour to relax the soul and
relieve stress. This has become a popu-
lar concept in America for all faiths and
philosophical background. While this is
primarily intended for those seeking a
group with which to meditate, those with
no experience are equally welcome.
Kayak Launching, Tuesdays, April 6,
13, 20 and 27; a non-competitive outing
for people who enjoy the world around
them. There is space for 16 people on
eight two-person kayaks and unlimited
space for those with their own kayaks.
Meet at the center. Supplies provided
include the kayaks, paddles and required
life jackets. Fees are $5 for members and
$10 for non-members.
April Programs
Florida Repertory Theater, Saturday,
April 17, 2 p.m. Trying by Joanna
McClelland Glass; $26 for members, $31
for non-members when paid eight days in
advance.
Dessert & Discussion Book Group,
Tuesday, April 13; Half Broke Horses by
Jeannette Walls. You do not need to read
the book to attend.
Leisure Lunchers and Thrift &
Consignment Shop, Tuesday, April 15,
Joe's Crab Shack and Hope Chest, Fort
Myers. Join others to carpool or be at the
restaurant at 11:30 a.m.


Sunday, April 25, Dinner Train
Theater featuring Murder on the Menu.
Take a trip back to the early 1970s along
with four gourmet TV personality chefs
as they compete to win the accolades of
the ultimate critic and the glory that is
cooking for public television.
Discovering Florida day Trips, Naples
Zoo at Caribbean Gardens, Thursday,
April 22; bus leaves the center at 7:30
a.m.
Market Basket Making with Martha
Kehoe, April 19, 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
You'll weave your own sturdy, mu~lti-
purpose basket with a wood handle and
colored trim. Class is limited to 10 partici-
pants. Cost is $40 for members, $45 for
non-members.
Necklace Beading with Andrea
Goetzinger, Tuesday, April 20. Create a
necklace to accent your attire for many
occasions. Class is limited to 15. Cost is
$30 for members, $45 for non-members.
Discovering Florida Day Trips,
Thursday, April 22, Earth Day, Naples
Zoo at Caribbean Gardens, 7:30 a.m.
Cost $24 for members, $34 for non-
members.
Computer Classes, Monday, April 12,
1 to 3 p.m. for those new to Internet or
who haven't used it much. Discover how
to find information that is useful and fun
such as booking travel, ordering tickets,
tracking your stocks or ball teams, access-
ing government information, finding
recipes, gardening tips, movies and music
and on-line shopping.
Call 472-5743 for further details of all
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Lily Loves Carats...

Lots of Carats!
Join Lily as she goes on an Easter Egg Hunt that is anything but typical. The Easter
Bunny is hiding some "egg"stra special treats that include 50 eggs filled with a
certificate for loose diamonds, g~emstones and pearls, valued at a total of $30,000!
Hop on over and sniff out a dazzling find.
Plus, Lily & Co. will be raffling off a stunning piece from Marya Dabrowski valued
at $1,000. Proceeds to benefit F.I.S.H. (Friends in Service Herei. We encourage
everyone to bring a non-perishable food itemi and donate to F.I.S.H.


Lily's Egg-stravaganza
Saturday, April 3rd r'
Kids ages 1 to 7: 2:00 2:30 p~m.
Costume Contest: 2:30-3:00 p~m.
Kids ages 8 to 12: 3:00 4:00 p.m.
Please bring your own basket for the Egg Hunt.
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Yalcht Club Beach Party

Island Yacht
SC lub held itse a tv
annual Beach Party
Saturday, March 27. L
The sell-out party
started on the beach
with cocktails and c-
hors d'oeuvres and
continued back at the
club with dinner and 'p
dancing to music by
Two Hands Band.M


Past Commodore Bob Strehlow with his wife Nancy and Commodore Doug Morton with
his wife Andrea


Philip Puschel and John LaGorce


The Beach Party Committee: Gerry Verblaauw, Dot Gallagher, Shirley Valentine and Lois
Codair Alan Cross, Dan Valentine and Richard Codair


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ity in many special features and details.
Clarence Rutland, as a young man, helped
build the house in 1913 and later he was
able to buy it for his family.
The Rutland House was the first build-
ing brought to the village. Around it the
museum village of Sanibel Island's history
grew.
"I also feel privileged to have toured the
village a couple of times with Sam Bailey,
and I use his stories a lot when talking to
visitors. One humorous story is about Ruth
Rutland's 'mood barometer' at the front
entrance. When it was vertical, she was
accepting visitors; when it was horizontal,
she was resting.
When asked about his life before
Sanibel and the village, Strobel said, "In
my former life I was manager of photog-
raphy for Chrysler Corporation in Detroit.
During my employment, I was a member
of a committee that tried to convince the
company to establish a much-needed auto-
mobile museum. After 15 years, it was
finally opened in 2000 after I did most
of the benchmarking in the United States
and Europe.
In the summers Strobel and his wife
live in northern Michigan where he
enjoys his two classic cars and nearby
lighthouses. "We have two daughters and
seven grandchildren," he says, "who love
to come to Sanibel each winter to swim,
bike, play in the sand, collect shells and
see what's new in the vVillage.
And how could you get a better docent
for an annual tour starting at the Rutland
House than your own grandpa?M

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Students To Perform Shakespeare
Cypress Lake High School Center for the Arts presents Shakespeare s Love's
SLabour's Lost in BIG ARTS Schein Performance Hall on Saturday, April 17a :0pm
Love's Labour's Lost follows four bachelors' highly entertaining but hopeless
efforts to disguise their feelings of love. This update of the classic is set in the 1960s.
is Shakespeare s most flamboyantly intellectual play; it abounds in sophisticated word-
play, puns, and literary allusions. Cypress Lake High School Center for the Arts'
updated version is adapted to be "totally groovy, baby!"
The school's theater department has a reputation for producing programs of rec-
ognizable excellence, as they educate and train future practitioners of performing arts.
Cypress Lake High School's Center for the Arts program is also notable for producing
finalist contestants on top singing and dance television programs. They were selected
to perform in the 2010 Florida State Thespian Festival at the Tampa Bay Performing
Arts Center for a full house of 2,600 conference attendees. Their musicals were given
the Lee County High School Musical Awards, with the best overall music award in
2008 for All Shook Up, and an award in 2009 for The Producers.
Cypress Lake Center for the Arts is a public Lee County high school. Students have
the opportunity to major in vocal music, theater, dance, band, orchestra, visual arts,
and media.
Tickets are general admission $10 for students and $5 for children. To purchase
tickets stop by BIG ARTS, 900 Dunlop Road or call 395-0900.M


Sanibel Historical Museum And Village

Docent Profile: Manfred Strobel


by Ray Buck
((n this my
sixth year
"of being
a docent at the
Sanibel Historical
Museum and
Village," Manfred
Strobel said, "I
still enjoy show-
ing off the Grand
Dame of the vil-
lage, the Rutland
House.
"It is," he goes
on to say, "an
impressive struc-
ture for its time
and place no a

building, and it
shows its qual-













Spring Break
YOuth Day Camp
Sor Grades Kindergarten Through
SEighth Monday, April 5th through
SFriday, April 9th from 8 a.m.-
5:30 p.m.
Spring Break Youth Day Camp at
the Sanibel Recreation Center offers
seasonally themed games, crafts and
special entertainment for children in
Kindergarten through 8th grade.
The camp operates from 8 a.m. -
5:30 p.m. and will be from Monday to
Friday, April 5-9.
Each child needs to bring a lunch,
swimsuit and towel. Light snacks will be
provided. he cost for the one week pro-
gram is $75 per child for members and
$94 per child for non-members. Register
in advance at the recreation center's front
desk.
For more information call 472-0345
or visit www.mysanibel.com.M


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t"s" M 7 or orm ein'2eianion, con-

Las eenl hahdhetw oedut pdeakeors
a very disturbing but real problem of
human trafficking. Theiss is the founder
and executive director of the Human
Trafficking Awareness Partnerships, Inc.
This week, Judie Zimomra gave us a
quick history lesson and update on the
City of Sanibel. She confessed she is
somewhat partial to Kiwanians because
we were her first venue during her first
year here on Sanibel. An important fact
that we learned was that the city acknowl-
edged the downturn in the economy
quickly and started making adjustments.
A few things she addressed immediately
at the helm were: escalating the payoff ,
of the city s debt load, reducing the city s
portion of the property taxes, freezing
city employees' salaries, reworking the
pension system, hiring part time employ-
ees to reduce benefits, and contracting
out work. You will notice that nowhere
in her plan did she mention adding to
the debt by writing landmark bills heav-
ily laden with pork. I think I speak for all
Kiwanians when I say we support and
thank her for all of the great work she
has done.
In addition to Carl Dietz, a few other
Kiwanians aged a bit this month, but thev
need to get out of bed early on Tuesdays
if they want the proper recognition.
Please join us on Tuesdays at The
Dunes at 7:30 a.m. if you want to take
your social activity to the next level.M


Nola Theiss


been making their bets on who would
win the Final Four. Happy dollars were
quickly given for two of the brothers'
early favorites: Florida and Vanderbilt.
Our upstate New Yorkers were saving
their happy dollars for the Final Four,
but Syracuse quickly disappointed them.
To cut to the chase, Alan Levinsohn has
been waiting many years to brag about
his Butler team. If they actually prevail
Monday night, he promised to tell us
where Butler is located.
Kiwanians are proud to have been a
part of the recent island activities: Sanibel
Cares, Bike Rodeo and the Seahorse
Festival. Scholarships are given each
year by Kiwanis to promising students of
parents who live or work on the islands.
Applications must be received no later


Judie Zimomra


submitted by Eric Pfeifer

Kiwanis meetings with spring break
and the Final Four going on. It seems
that with all of the free time from work,
children and grandchildren visiting and
the weather finally turning around,
Kiwanians have been coming out of
their shells.
The Tuesday breakfast meetings have
been very exciting as the brothers have


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Essential Total Fitness Mon. through Fri. 9:30 a.m.
Gentle Yoga Mon. and Wed. 11 a.m.
Happy Hour Fitness Mon., Wed., Fri. 8 a.m.
Mah Jongg Thurs. 1 p.m.
Power Hour Fitness Tues. and Thurs. 8 a.m.
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nonsense style of accountability back to
Washington, DC. One of her first major
bills to pass in the Senate established a
modern day Truman Committee called
the Wartime Contracting Commission,
which is charged with investigating waste-
ful, fraudulent and abusive contracts in
the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
In 1982, McCaskill won a seat in the
Missouri State Legislature. In 1993, she
became the first female prosecutor for
Jackson County. She held this position
until she was sworn in as Missouri auditor
in 1999 and was credited for revolution-
izing the office and making it into a true
watchdog for taxpayers and citizens.
Mc~Ask f as seneti hr enirel in the
Show-Me State. She was born in Rolla
and raised in Lebanon and Columbia.
Her first home was in Houston, Missouri,
wheremher father worked at the McCaskill
fed ml.
She currently sits on four senate com-


mittees: Armed Services, Commerce,
Homeland Security and Governmental
Affairs Committee (HSGAC), and Aging.
She is married to Joseph Shepard,
a St. Louis businessman; together they
have seven children, ranging in ages from
30 to 14.
For tickets call 939-2866, go to www.
leecountydems.org, or mail your check
to Lee County Democratic Party, 10051
McGregor Blvd., Suite #201, Fort Myers,
FL 33919. Deadline is April 6.
For more information on Senator
McCaskill, visit her Web site at www.
mccaskill.senate.gov.M


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The annual meeting of
The Island Water Association, Inc.,
will be held at 10:00 a.m.
on Monday, April 12th, 2010
at the offices of the Association
located at
3651 Sanibel Captiva Road,
Sanibel, Florida.






Robert J. Wigley
Secreta ry

All IWA Members are encouraged to attend.


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The gala, at the Sanibel Harbour
Marriott, begins with a reception and
silent auction at 5 p.m. Dinner is at 6:30
and will be followed by the senator's
address at 8 p.m. The evening will culmi-
nate with dancing and entertainment by
The Danny Morgan Band. VIP seating is
$75; general seating, $50.
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Happenings
submitted by Shirley Jewell
At this time of year, Sanibel-
Captiva Rotarians and our snow-
bird Rotarians enjoy visits from
their family and friends from all over the
country and all over the world. That
being said, sometimes these very same
Rotarians are persuasive enough to have
their guests attend one of our breakfast
meetings at Beachview and although we
do not know how, some guests even
agree to be our speaker for the morn-
ing.
Such was the case last Friday when
Victor Dix invited his daughter Susan Dix
Lyons, founder and chair of ClinicaVerde,
Baoco, Nicaragua and son-in-law Dr.
Tim Lyons, anesthesiologist, St. Helena
Hospital, California and board member of
ClinicaVerde to tell us about their experi-
ence breaking ground on a prototype
medical clinic in Nicaragua. ClinicaVerde
redefines the definition of a clinic. It
serves as a community and education hub
as well.
When Lyons was a little girl, her
grandfather Raymond Dix was a journal-
ist in Nicaragua. The elder Dix became
great friends with a Nicaraguan journalist,
Pedro Joaquin Chamorro Cardenal, cru-
sading publisher and editor of the inde-
pendent daily La Prensa and the leader
of an opposition alliance campaigning
for the removal of President Anastasio
Somoza Debayle; he was jailed and even-


difference and it wasn't going to change
the community. We asked ourselves, why
don't we build a medical clinic?"
Nicaragua is the second poorest coun-
try in Latin America and has one of the
highest rates in the hemisphere of both
adolescent fertility and maternal mortality.
One in five Nicaraguans are malnour-
ished. State hospitals are lacking in both
equipment and supplies. The need is
great.
ClinicaVerde rethinks the idea of clinic,
serving as a community hub as well as a
site for care and education. When families
comee, they find a sustainable garden,
demonstration kitchen, small cafta, library
with Internet access, playground for
children, and opportunities for financial
education and micro finance.
The Lyons have many contacts in
Nicaragua and in the States and they
know how to express their passion for
the mission of building ClinicaVerde
Health & Hope and how to call on
their contacts for help. Serving on
ClinicaVerde, Boaco's board of directors
is Margarita Gurdian, former Minister
of Health of Nicaragua; Kenneth B.
Weeman, former General Partner, Head
of Global Trading with Dresdner RCM
Global Investors; along with a number
of doctors, financial professionals and
architects.
The clinic is now under construction
on 1.7 acres donated by the mayor of
Boaco and after completion will serve
some 18,000 people a year. For more
information regarding ClinicaVerde, go to
www.clinicaverde .org.4


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Two girls in Nicaragua that benefit from
the ClinicaVerde, Baoco foundation
In the early 2000s she and her husband
had the opportunity to visit Nicaragua as
volunteers with fellow St. Helena resident
Jake Scheideman at his extensive human-
itarian building projects in Empalme,
Nicaragua. While there, the Lyons visited
a hospital in Boaco, and were moved by
the dire need for medical equipment and
supplies at the hospital. They returned
home and started raising money and
working with international organizations
to fill shipping containers with medical
supplies and equipment for that Boaco
hospital.
"We felt great about that, but realized
we could do more. It wasn't a sustainable


susan Dix Lyons
tually gunned down on his way to work
in Managua. In 1990, Chamorro's widow
Violeta was elected president of the new
Nicaraguan democracy.
Susan Dix Lyons remembered the
stories her grandfather had told. By then,
she was a journalist herself, working for
the Tico Times in neighboring Costa
Rica, and decided to fly to Nicaragua to
witness the momentous election. "It had
a huge impact on me," she said. "I was
veny drawn to the people and the coun-
try." As a reporter, editor, and publisher,
I got to tell important stories and the
important story of the Nicaraguan people
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A pot luck is held at a member's home on
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evening meeting 7:30 p.m.; Reading
room open, Monday, Wednesday 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
Dr. Daryl Donovan, Senior Pastor
Barb Nave, Associate Pastor
Tom Walsh, Youth Pastor
Sunday Worship Hours:
8 a.m. Traditional Service
with Communion
9 iid Csontem orary Service
10:45 a.m. Traditional Service
Childcare available at all services.
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2M nistrs: levDr Jh47H OD4ner 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
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to 12 and 1 to 3 p.m.
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, Friday,
8:30 a.m.; Saturday Vigil, 5 p.m.; '
Sunday Masses, 8:30 and 10:30 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
E3P4 CPer wiL kleHWR between the
Bean & Bailey's, 472-2173
Rev. Dr. Ellen Sloan, Rector
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Wosip evcs
tnudy satat85a ml0:30 a.m..
Wednesday at 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISTs
OF THE ISLANDS:
Meets on the first Sunday of each month
from December through April at the
Sanibel Congregational Church


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ANNUNCIATION GREEK
ORTHODOX CHURCH.
8210 Cy ress Lake Drive, Fort M ers
Rev. Dr. Elias Bouboutsis
Orthros Service Sunday 9 a.m.
D IlnesLiurg~y Sunday 10 ak hol,
Sunday School, Bible Stud
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BAT YAM-TEMPLE OF THE ISLANDS:
Te Rfo h Conr egaton ofBtF dy
night services at 8 p.m. in the Fellowship
Hall, of the United Congregational
Cl rempe Pr~e wlnt Beenr dLaun t n,
at 472-5259 for more information.
CAPTIVA CHAPEL BY THE SEA:
11580 Chapin Lane
The Rev. Dr. Robert R. Hansel
Nov. 15 through April 18
Sndla~y 1 a.m.
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Everyone attending will receive a free audio of the New Testament. Children will
receive the new audio Kidz Bible. There will be free organic coffee and hot chocolate
or ing your lawn chair. Bring a friend. A love offering will be received for the min-
istry of Teen Challenge. For more information call 472-2684 or visit www.sanibel-
church.com.M


American Saints Course
At Sanibel Congregational Church
The Rev. John H. Danner, PhD, will offer a three-part course, American
Saints: People You Should Know, at the Sanibel Congregational United
Church of Christ in April.
Throughout the history of the church, various men and women have provided
examples of what it means to live Christian lives. While some faith traditions canonize
certain folks label them as saints others simply acknowledge that certain people
provide good role models.
In America three such "saints" are: Sojourner Truth, Reinhold Niebuhr and Martin
Luther King, Jr.
*Sojourner Truth was a slave who, after her emancipation, became a very vocal
spokesperson for the rights of women and people of all races. Her courage and con-
viction led to many interesting stories.
*Reinhold Niebuhr has been called the most important modern American theolo-
gian. His writing on war and peace, in particular, has often fueled debates and conver-
sations in times of crisis.
*Martin Luther King, Jr. is probably the best known of the three. A prolific writer
and campaigner for Civil Rights, King was first and foremost a preacher. His religious
works are sometimes unknown, and provide an interesting insight into this important
figure in modern history.
The American Saints course is open to the public and will be held on three con-
secutive Wednesdays, April 7, 14 and 21, from 10 to 11:15 a.m. in Fellowship Hall at
Sanibel Congregational United Church of Christ, 2050 Periwinkle Way.M


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Pastor Daryl Donovan performs a baptism in the Gulf of Mexico
Hundreds of people will gather at the Sanibel Community Church parking lot
at 6:30 a.m. to celebrate Easter. Due to the new plantings on the cause-
way, and the nesting snowy plovers on the beaches of Sanibel, the service
will be held on the church campus. The men and women of Teen Challenge, an
addiction treatment center, will sing and present a powerful drama. Music from the
Praise Band will fill the air. Dr. Daryl Donovan, senior pastor, will lead the service.
Following the service, dozens will be baptized in the beautiful gulf waters.


2010 EASTER
WIORSHlI P S ERVI CE

PALM SUNDAY, March 28
Sarturda~y, 5:00 PM
Sunday, 8:30 AM & 10:30 AM

H OLY THUVRS DAY, A P RIL l
Marss of the Lordf's Supper 5:00 PM

GOOD FRIDAY, APRIL 2
Celebration ofthe Lordf's Parssion
Venerartion of the Cross 3:00 PM

HOLY SATURDAY
APRIL 3
The Greart Vigil of Earster 8:00 PM

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APRIL4
7:00 AM, 9:00 AM, & 11:00 AM

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Sanibel, FL 33957
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Class Schedule at The Community House

Brain Fitness Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 10:30 a.m.

Bridge Lessons Tuesday 12:30 p.m.
Duplicate Bridge Monday 7 p.m.
Island Yoga Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 8:30 a.m.
Shell Crafting Monday Shell Crafts Available 10 a.m. 3 p.m.

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Resurrection Weekend at Sanibel Community Church


Saturday, April 3
Easter Egg Hunt 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Free and open to the public. Lunch will be served.
For children through 5th grade.
Saturday, April 4
Sunrise Service on the Campus of Sanibel Community Church at 6:30 a.m.
Due to the planting on the Causeway and the Snowy Plovers nesting on the
beaches, services will be held on the church lawn. Teen Challenge Drama, free fresh
organic coffee and hot chocolate for all, and Believer's Baptism by immersion on
the Causeway at 12:30 n.m.
Please bring your lawn chair and a friend.
4 Services ofWorship
8:00 a.m. Traditional with Pastor Ed VanderHey
9:00 a.m. Contemporary with Pastor Daryl Donovan
10:45 a.m. Traditional with Pastor Daryl Donovan
11:00 a.m. Contemporary with Pastor Tom Walsh


Easter Bunny
Toy Run Benefits
Hospital Patients
On Saturday, April 3, Harley
Davidson of Fort Myers and
the Harley Owner Group
Southwest Florida Chapter will host
the seventh annual Easter Bunny Toy
Run to help provide toys to patients at
FIe iChildren s Hospital of Southwest
There will be an escorted route, enter-
tainment, giveaways and a free post-run
meal. Even if you don t ride a bike, you
can still help. Just bring your items for
donation, such as arts and craft supplies,
toys and games, to Harley Davidson of
Fort Myers the week preceding the event
and riders will deliver them for you. No
stuffed animals, please.
Pre-registration will take place at Bike
Night on April 2, from 6 to 9:30 p.m.
st trey mDavdson o3For My rs or reg-
Davidson of Fort Myers on Saturday,
April 3. Registration fee is $5
The ride is from the point of registra-
60nH Ileyn avid ne of Fort Myers,
Children s Hospital of Southwest Florida,
a part of the Lee Memorial Health
System, located at HealthPark Medical
Center, corner of Summerlin and Bass
Roads.M






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Sunrise Service at Sanibel Comnmunit Church Easter M~ornin g..6.-30 a.mr.

Sanibel Community Church is located at
1740 Periwinkle Way, next to Jerry's Market.
All are welcome. Childcare is provided.
For more information, call the church office at 472-2684.
Or visit on the web at www. sanibelchurch.com


Easter Week At Chapel By The Sea
Chapel By-The-Sea welcomes all people to be a part of this time of special
importance for Christian Faith and to experience the beauty and simplicity
Cof worship in this unique historic setting. The church is in Captiva s Village
area, next to the Library and Civic Association. You can sit indoors in the 100-year-
old former one room schoolhouse, or out under the sea grape and gumbo limbo
branches, where you can hear the sound of the waves breaking on the beach.
Chapel By-the-Sea will observe Holy Week and Easter with several services:
Thursday, April 1 (Holy Thursday or Maundy Thursday) at 5 p.m. Traditionally,
this is the anniversary of the initial Last Supper. This special celebration of holy com-
munion offers an informal family-style guided instruction about the Last Supper and its
meaning for us today. Services are open to people of all church backgrounds.
On Friday, April 2 (Good Friday) at noon, there will be a recognition that "at mid-
day" Jesus was crucified by religious and political leaders for his confrontational cour-
age.
Sunday, April 4 (Easter Sunday) at 11 a.m. celebrates the Resurrection. This flower-
bedecked service of joy and triumph shares the "good news" of the complete victory
of faith over the illusion of this world s false powers. Hymns of freedom and praise will
mark what is, for all Christian people, the central event of human history.M


Christ is Risen

He is Risen Indeed!

Come Celebrate.





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Ehren Fritz Gerhard with one of his paintings
masters in fine art at Arizona State
University this fall.
For information and reservations call
Anita at 481-1957. Checks made pay-
able 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


TO Balvertise in The Island Sun Call 395-1213


Artists To Display
Work At Christian
Women's Dinner
E hren Fritz Gerhard will be among
Sthe artists displaying their work
1 at the mini arts and crafts fair at
the Sanibel-Captiva Christian Women's
Connection (SCCWC) on Thursday,
April 8 at The Dunes Golf & Tennis
Club.
Other program highlights include
the songs of Randy and Lori Thomas,
Country Music Hall of Fame singers, and
Barbara Nave, associate pastor at Sanibel
Community Church, who will speak on
The Ultimate Makeover. The dinner pro-
gram 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. Resewvations
are required.
Gerhard, grandson of SCCWC
President Nancy Gerhard, is a gradu-
ate in fine arts from Florida Gulf Coast
University. Formerly from Michigan and
an avid hockey player, he has been a
resident of Fort Myers for five years. As a
landscape artist,Gerhard s paintings focus
on the intensity and spirit of Southwest
Florida s ecosystems. He will begin his


ABWA Meeting
The American Business Women's
SAssociation invites all mem-
1 bers and guests to the monthly
meeting on Tuesday, April 13 at The
Community House. Networking begins
at 5:30 p.m. and the dinner/meeting
begins at 6 p.m.
Barbara Davis, the presenter and
ABWA member, will discuss how to keep
your employees engaged and motivated
during a tough economy. This presenta-
tion emphasizes the need for setting indi-
vidual and team goals, appreciative treat-
ment of staff and ideas for inexpensive
incentives. A group discussion with ideas
from the audience will follow.
Davis built her business on the belief
that customer service is the cornerstone
of any successful business. Celebrating
its 23rd anniversary, Barbara Davis
Em o mes ntloffc rvaf ing fimtha epyac-
es individuals in full-time regular, tempo-
rary tm pmta-hire andtphartbtime positions
A testament to her business acumen is
t fact that 8r0aphercent rofhher cmpany s
from repeat customers. Her office man-
ager has been with her for 23 years and
runs the office in her absence. The full-
time bookkeeper has been with the orga-
nization for 14 years, and the remaining
staff for five years.
To make a reservation, RSVP to Gayle
DeHaan-Garland (godehaan@comcast.
net/0 or call 565-7872 by April 9. The
cost of the dinner is $20.
The ABWA meets the second Tuesday
of each month at The Community
House. For more information about join-
ing ABWA, contact membership chair
Barbara Boulton at 472-2929.M


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Joseph Caulkins will conduct the Sanctuary Choir and Handbell Choir of First
presentation called Portrait of Grace on Good Friday, April 2, at 7 p.m. at First
Baptist Church of Fort Myers, 1735 Jackson Street.
Also featured will be soloists Jeana Malone, Michelle Caulkins, Vincent Gonzalez,
and Rev. Dr. William Smith, former pastor at First Baptist Church, who will serve as
narrator for this new cantata.
"From poets and painters to singers and sculptors, the human spirit has always
sought to convey through artistic expression the richness of faith," Caulkins said.
Joseph M. Martin's new cantata, Portrait of Grace, was inspired by centuries of
art based on Christ's passion. In addition to the cantata, the professional orchestra will
perform several selections and so will the First Baptist Ringers handbell choir.
Baritone Vincent Gonzalez will join the choir for Lloyd Larson's Calvary, Jeana
Malone will sing the popular Via Dolorosa, and Michelle Caulkins will perform the
dramatic conclusion of Martin's Portrait of Grace, the Pieta.
Following the cantata, Pastor John Daugherty will lead a short service of Tenebrae,
which is Latin for shadows. This is an ancient service in which candles are extin-
guished one by one until all candles are out as soloist Anthony Contino, the choir and
orchestra present Berthier's All You Who Pass This Way. The purpose of the service
is to recreate the betrayal, abandonment, and agony of the events, and it is left unfin-
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The Sanibel Community Association
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celebrate the end of the season at
its unforgettable karaoke event at The
Community House. Get a group togeth-
er or perform solo. This years' theme
celebrates Broadway by featuring your
favorite show tunes.
Categories include: Island Crooner,
Neighborhood Elvis, Female Torch
Singer, Famous Shower Singer, Best
Girl Group, Most Unlikely Grouping,
Most Talented Neighborhood, and Most
Inspired Song. There s even a Write Your
Own category. Prizes include a 50/50
drawing, along with a chance to win a
SCA membership along with tickets to
next years' event.


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provided by Line by Line Productions.
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presented by The Sanibel Community Association

Songwriters Blend
Wednesday, April 7*Doors Open at 7pm
An after dinner evening reminiscent of a coffee
house. Sit back and relax with wine, a drink,
or a cup of coffee in a casual atmosphere while
enjoying live music by songwriter/singer/guitarist
J Robert. A Danny Morgan Production, J Robert is a
3rd generation Florida swamp fiddler and story
teller. Tickets only $12. Coffee provided by Sanibel
Bean, snacks and cash bar available. The event is
hosted by Sanibel Holiday.

Karaoke Night
Friday, Aprill16*Doors Open at 7 pm
The Sanibel Community Association once again
invites you to celebrate the end of the season at
its unforgettable Karaoke event at The Communit ?
House. Get a group sing together or perform solo
and show us your stuff. This years'theme celebrates
Broadway, by featuring your favorite Showtunes.

The DJ will be Line By Line Productions, so you
are invited to go to www.linebylineproductions.
com for song look up. The evening will include
heavy hors d' oeuvres and a cash bar. Prizes
awarded. Members $15 and Non Members $20.
Please reserve your table now.

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

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Programs
Captive Cruises is offering the fol-
tal education programs:
Science at Sea Cruise
Be a marine biologist. This 90-minute
hands-on scientific inquiry is fun for all
ages. Crab traps and plankton nets will be
hauled for a look at some of the compo-
nents of the food chains. Use compasses
for navigational aids and magnifying
viewers to see the things we can t usually
see. Take part in actual scientific research
that will be utilized by the Sanibel-Captiva
Consewvation Foundation s Marine Lab.
This is an exciting trip for the whole fam-
ily.
Shoreline Discovery Cruise
Travel to a secluded beach for a guided
shoreline walk to discuss coastal sea life
and beach dynamics. Explore mudflats
and use nets within the shallow sea grass
beds for an up-close look at some of the
smaller yet amazing inhabitants of the
back bay estuary ecosystem. Bring wad-
ing shoes and your sense of adventure for
this hands-on sea life encounter.
Sailing Under The Stars Cruise
Enjoy the sunset, experience day turn-
ing into night, linger out on the water
and sail under the stars. Planets, stars
and constellations will be identified along
the way. Mythology, mysteries and fea-
tures of our Milky Way galaxy, as well as
the greater universe, will be appreciated
under the magic of the night sky.
Call 472-5300 for reservations. Log
onto s .captivacalises.com for more

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of music & worship, said, "This is a won-
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exciting transformation that is happening
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rational."
First Baptist Church of Fort Myers is
one of the area s oldest churches and was
founded in 1892. Services are offered
at 10:30 a.m. on Sundays with Bible
Study at 9 a.m., and at 6:30 p.m. on
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_.-7Come explore our natural world

Caloosahatchee Oxbow & Riverlore Cruise April 11
Explore the historic mean-
ders of the upriver Caloosa-
hatchee on a guided tour with
long-time river advocate Rae
Ann Wessel, a river research-
er, aquatic ecologist and his-
torian. Follow the river back
to a time when a waterfall
served as the headwaters of
the Caloosahatchee, and the
river served as the transporta-
tion route for homesteaders
who settled the wilderness.

Sunday, April1 j~i~om
1 -3:30 p.m.
Reservations required by 4/9
Island Overview & Cruise April 5 & 12
Join SCCF staff to learn about the history human and natural -
of the islands. Pro ram starts at the Nature Center; individuals then
drive to Captiva and board one of Captiva Cruises boats for a Pine Island
Sound cruise. Call for reservations by the Friday prior to the program.
Monday, April 5 and 12, 1:30 5 p.m. Reservations required.
Bobcat Tales April 7
While other wild feline species are in trouble, bobcats seem

range. Learn more about this shy feline that moves so peace-
fully among us. Wednesday, April 7 at 10 a.m.
Owl Tales April 6
Check out our screen at the Nature Center linked to
a live camera feed from a Screech Owl nest at SCCE
Learn more about the owls who call our islands home.
Tuesday, April 6at 10 a.m.
Snowy Plovers April 9
It's Snowy Plover nesting season. These small, endan-
a ~gered shorebirds are very hard to spot on the beach. Learn
about Snowies from one of our Snowy Plover technicians
at the SCCF Nature Center. Then carpool to a local
beach where one of our volunteers will point out Snowies
in their native habitat. 1%riday, April9 at 10 a.m.
More Pro rams:
BUTTERFLY HOUSE TOURs, Tuesday at 10 a.m.
TURTLE TRACKs, Thursdays at 9 a.m.


The crowd gathers for a photo with the cake marking the 125th anniversary of Tarpon
Bay as the birthplace of tarpon and big game fishing

by Anne Mitchell

around these parts
po especially durini ing
gamefish season April -
through June and last .~
week anglers, environ-
mentalists and writers
turned out to pay homage .
to this mighty fish. .,
Fittingly, the venue was
Sanibel s Tarpon Bay and (
as historian and author -,
Car the Bru nes te rsch
to back it up that s the ',-
exact spot where big game |
fishing was born 125
years ago. Carlene Brennen and Ralph Woodring during the Tarpon
Brennen, who has Bay ceremony
co-authored a book with
bestselling writer Randy Wayne White about the history of tarpon fishing, told the
assembled crowd that in 1855, William Halsey Wood, an architect from Dansville,
New York, was the first person documented to bring a tarpon to the boat by rod and
reel.
He had tried before many times and lost many a tarpon, said Bremnen. He kept
redesigning his tackle but his biggest breakthrough may have been when he came to
the conclusion he had to let this massive fish run and not try to hold it back. "He got
two more that day and two more at the mouth of the river," Brennan said. His feat
was reported in the Newu York Times and the Fort Myers Newus-Press.
The event spawned an industry in the area, bringing boat designers and builders
and tackle companies. Local guides were much sought after by wealthy visitors. Fish
camps and hotels sprung up to accommodate them. Even writer and outdoorsman
Zane Grey came here to practice on these mighty warriors before heading to Nova
Scotia to try for a big fish record.
The book, titled Randy Wayne White's Ultimate Tarpon Book: The Birth of Big
Game Fishing, a 400-page tome, will be out in October. Besides giving the history
of the sport, it will contain a tarpon stories from some of the best outdoor writers in
the nation, including Zane Grey and Ernest Hemingway, interspersed with chapters
and comments from White, who was a fishing guide out of Tarpon Bay Marina before
he became a novelist. Brennan is also an accomplished tarpon angler and has been
president of several local tarpon hunters clubs, which were represented at last week s
celebration.
Ralph Woodring, son of a pioneer Sanibel family, said tarpon scales found in
Indian mounds prove that the Calusa caught tarpon before Wood and ate them. For
commercial fishermen, hooking a tarpon was "the worst thing that could happen,
Woodring said. "They tear up your gear.
Paul Tritaik, manager of the JN "Ding" Darling Wildlife Refuge, of which Tarpon
Bay is part, admitted to becoming hooked on hunting the silver kings.
He said Wood s first tarpon was caught on a five-foot bamboo pole, 21-thread line
and a side of mullet fwired on for bait.
"It took 26V/2 minuteS from the first leap to bringing him to the skiff. The tarpon
was five feet nine inches and 93 pounds," Tritaik said.M


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Bily Kirkland gave Segway demonstrations

to make the auction a great success.
Thank you to Kim LaBar and Michelle
Wesley for putting it all together.
Amazingly, the weather held and a
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A big thank you also goes to Joseph
Angelo's performing arts class who per-
formed songs from this year's produc-
tion of 101 Dalmatians. The steel drum
band, under Angelo's direction, also
entertained the crowd with multiple selec-
tions.
The extensive silent auction gave those
looking for something unique a hard
choice when bidding. A shell dolphin,
a serving platter and a corn hole game
were just some of the items contributed
by the talented students. Many area busi-
nesses also contributed items or services


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Island Pizza, Talmage family, Bank
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first came to
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.1 9 5 2 h a s been~at M o l
keeping her eye on
the wildlife here for
many years. She
/ idgom saes nhen
They were abundant
on the islands and
admiring their color-
ing. Currently, an osprey eats his lunch
every day on the same branch in the
mangroves near her home.
On February 22 she heard her terrier
Margaret barking.
"We have her tethered right at our
house and don t let her loose," said Moll.
"She sits most of the day. She started a
terrible barking, and was pointing at a
tortoise.
She could see that the turtle the size
of her hand was injured, so she picked
him up with a clean cloth and put him
in a plastic grocery bag. The turtle had
been on his back. Moll drove the 163-
gram striped mud turtle to CROW and
made a donation to cover of the cost of
treatment. "We re delighted that CROW
exists," she said.
"He had a fracture across the front of
his shell, and a very unstable rectangular


we administered his antibiotics, checked
his wounds, and gave him fresh mud.
The little mud turtle did beautifully. He
dined on tiny meals in the mud and his
fractures healed at a rapid clip. On March
25, after his successful test dive in the
tank in the sea turtle complex, CROW
released him.
"We ve tried to feed the mud turtles
worms and other pieces of food, but they
don t eat what we give them," said Dr.
Amber. They find critters in the mud.
He was 163 grams when he arrived and
162.2 grams when he left. They do a
good job maintaining their weight.
get tiabsa nco bal.' Sanibel turtle and
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 week
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mail donations
to PO Box 150, Sanibel, FL 33957.
Call 472-3644 or visit: wwwu~.crowclinic.
org.ws


Dr PJ holding the mud turtle with a piece of paper over the outer shell injurY


piece that was loose near his right shoul-
der," said Dr. Amber McNamara.
While the clinic has seen worse frac-
tures, this was a tricky case because
the loose piece on the shell s perimeter
exposed the turtle s coelomic cavity, it
can be fatal if water runs into the internal
Organs.
CROW gave him Tramadol, a pain
medication that has recently shown
promise for pain management in reptiles,
and began an antibiotic regimen.
The challenge was what to do about
the hole leading to the coelmic cavity. Dr.
Amber fashioned a small Vet Lite ban-
dage, but it was too firm and popped off
the shell. Next she tried to epoxy a piece
of Telfa bandage, but it proved too flimsy.
Not afraid to invent her own equip-
ment solution, she cut off a piece of
cardboard from the Epoxy package, and
found it was the most effective way to


patch the area. "I felt silly cutting up the
package, but it worked best," she said.
The turtle spent the first night in
an incubator and soon moved to the
80-degree Reptile Room. They brought
him mud dug up from the CROW prop-
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Susan Stone and David Bawcom lean over
the edge of the boat to touch the grouper.
Notice the comparison between the grou-
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goliath grouper on Sunday, March 28. They were fishing with Capt. George
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IG ARTS and Sanibel Sea School will present the documentary The Cove,
film program starts at 7 p.m. followed by a reception. Expedition Director
Simon Hutchins and Marine Technician Greg "Moondog" Mooney will talk about
their work on this documentary.
Academy Award Winner for Best Documentary 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
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For more information call 707-3015.
This event is free and provided in
cooperation with Lee County Parks and
Recreation. No registration necessary
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Earth Day at the refuge will feature bike tours, nature crafts, and information on how to
live green

Save The Date For

Earth Day At The Refuge

Society-Friends of the Refuge (DDWS), JN "Ding" Darling National Wildlife
Refuge will celebrate the 40th anniversary of Earth Day on Saturday, April 24
from noon to 4 p.m. The theme is Choose Green.
Free activities will include giveaways to the first 200 arrivals, bike use (on a first-
come basis), bike tours, cyclist and pedestrian admission to Wildlife Drive (still $5 fee
for motor vehicles), a solar demonstration, nature crafts, informational booths, and
sa r lres ifr ea ieodn vsi w d ncod rI gsociety.org.
DDWS is a non-profit, friends-of-the-refuge organization that supports the
Education Center, "Ding" Darling Days, Earth Day, and other educational programs at
the refuge.O


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Katherine, Meredith and Luke Meyer
Katherine (10), Meredith (9) and Luke (6-1/2) Meyer of Western Springs,
Illinois found two alphabet cones, two lace murex, a colorful atlantic moon
nd an angel wing at Sanibel Arms. They've been shelling for five years and
this is the first time they've found alphabet cones.M



Shell Museum Donation


Dan Schuyler, co-owner of Lily and Co. (right) with Gracie and Angel, presented Dr. JosB
H. Leal, director/curator of The Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum, with a special donation to
the museum's Under The Sea fundraiser. This year's event was the most financially suc-
cessful to date.


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ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010 27
The workshop will be at the Lee
County Extension Service, 3406 Palm
Beach Boulevard, east Fort Myers.
Cost is $8 per person in advance, $10
at the door.
For more information contact Claudia
Piotrowicz at 533-7514 or email email:
cpiotrowicz@leegov.com.M


Popular and exotic herbs will be for
sale. Registration is at 8:15 a.m.
Bobbi Robertson, Lee County Master
Gardener, will open the session and
Dennis Gretton will speak on Growing
& Using Herbs in Florida. There will be
a tasting table with food to sample made
with fresh herbs from the garden.
Herbs for Florida Gardeners will be
discussed by Monica Brandies.


Aly Bond
A yBond of Columbus, Ohio found
this junonia on the beach at the
Holiday Inn, Sanibel, where she
was staying.0


Grouper
Season Is Open
The recreational harvest of grouper
Florida, except in all waters of
Monroe County, reopened on April 1.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC) closed
the gulf recreational shallow-water grou-
per fishery (gag, black, red, yellowfin,
scamp, yellowmouth, rock hind and red
hind) on February 1 to protect gag grou-
per, which anglers often find and catch
with the other grouper species. This
two-month gulf grouper spawning season
closure helps to reduce overfishing of gag
grouper and rebuild its populations so
larger annual harvests may be possible in
the future.
The FWC also reminds fishermen that
the recreational and commercial harvest
bla sa ow-waer ergroruopuep nc %dng d' ,
hind, rock hind, coney, graysby, yellowfin
grouper, yellowmouth grouper, and tiger
grouper) remains closed until May 1 in
all Atlantic Ocean and Monroe County
waters.
For more online information regarding
grouper fishing regulations, including size
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Free Spring
Shoreline Wailks
Lee County Parks and Recreation aks
is offering the following shoreline

Bunche Beach Preserve: Low
Tide Loafing at Sunset New This
Season
Join a volunteer naturalist and leisurely
explore the mud flats to see what myster-
ies the low tide uncovers while watching a
beautiful Florida sunset. Wear shoes that
can get wet, bring your camera, water
and bug spray. Days and times will vary
depending on the tides. Walks are sched-
uled for March 29 and April 12 at 6:30
p.m. and are about one hour in length,
Bunche Beach is at 18201 John Morris
Road in Fort Myers.
Matanzas Pass Preserve:
Exploring Ethnobotany New This
Season
Learn how indigenous plants can be
used for such things as food, shelter,
medicine and clothing. Learn the his-
torical importance of some of Florida's
plants to humans. Walks meet the last
Wednesday of every month. The next
walk is scheduled for April 28. Meet at
the entrance to Matanzas Pass Preserve.
These walks begin at 9:30 a.m. and last
approximately one and a half hours. This
is a free walk and there is no fee for park-
ing but space is limited so come early.
Matanzas Pass preserve is located at 199
Bay Road, Fort Myers Beach.


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feet? Join in and learn about the diverse
plant communities including the mari-
time oak hammock, transitional wetlands
and mangrove forest. Walks meet every
Thursday at the entrance to Matanzas
Pass Preserve. Walks begin at 9:30 a.m.
and last approximately one and a half
hours. This is a free walk with limited free
parking. Matanzas Pass preserve is locat-
ed at 199 Bay Road, Fort Myers Beach.
Bowditch Point Preserve: Barrier
Islands Guided Walk at Bowditch -
Newly added day and time
Do gopher tortoises like to swim,
why are plants important to the beach
and what is a barrier island? Learn the
answers to these questions and more
while exploring the beach front tropical
communities and all their inhabitants.
Walks meet every Tuesday at 9:30 a.m.
and Friday at 1 p.m. and last approxi-
mately one and a half hours. Walks take
place at Bowditch Point Preserve through
March. This walk is free but a fee for
parking is required. Bowditch Point Park
is located at 50 Estero Boulevard, Fort
Myers Beach.
For more information or to register
call 463-3764 or visit www.leeparks.org.
Group guided tours for any of the shore-
line walks are available upon request by
calling 229-7356.4


Season


The first snowy
plover nest of the
season on Sanibel
was staked on Monday,
March 22 and as of
Friday, March 26, there
were two eggs in it.
Sanibel-Captiva
Conservation Foundation
coordinates the monitor-
ing of snowy plover nest-
ing on Sanibel. Snowy
plovers nest on the beach
and SCCF stakes protec-
tive exclosures around
the nests.
Please do not enter
the staked exclosures and
keep dogs out as well.
When snowy plovers are
not moving, they are
extremely well camou-
flaged If one is flushed
from its nest, it takes
very little time for the hot
sun to damage the eggs.
The snowy plover is
a state-listed, threatened
species on Sanibel. The
most recent estimate
indicates that around 200
pairs of snowy plovers
remain along the west
coast of Florida, from the


A snowy plover chick


photo by Hugh McLaughlin


Panhandle through Cape Sable.
Snowy plover nesting season runs through August, and they can nest two or three
times in one season. For more information, visit SCCF's web site: http://secf.org/
content/80/Snowy-Plover-Project .aspx.M


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southwest Florida Watershed
Council recently announced its
Board of directors for 2010-11.
The new board includes: chairman,
James Evans, of the City of Sanibel
Department of Natural Resources; vice
chair, Greg Rawl, hydrogeologist/water
resources consultant; treasurer, Sharon
Arnold, Gravina, Smith, Matte & Arnold
Marketing and Public Relations; secre-
tary, Sarah Larsen, Florida Gulf Coast
University.
Board members at large include Karen
and Noel Andress, SunMark Realty; Nick
Bats, The Brooks Concerned Citizens;
John Cassani, Lee County Hyacinth
Control District; Don Duke, Florida Gulf
Coast University; Don Eslick, Estero
Council of Community Leaders; Ed
Hno Phi Dr HUn veersi of Flr of
Southwest Florida; Mitch Hutchcraft,
King Ranch; Tamara Pigott, Lee County
Visitor & Convention Bureau; Pete
Quasius, Audubon of Southwest Florida;
and Rae Ann Wessel, Sanibel-Captiva
Conservation Foundation.
The Southwest Florida Watershed
Council, a 501(c)3 organization, is dedi-
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Seventy Deg rees
by Capt
Matt Mitchell

quickly fishing
h mzighwas improved.
With our water
Temperature finally
at that magic 70
degrees, fish are
feeding. Spanish
mackerel have
showed up all over
from the beaches and passes all the way
through the sound. Sheepshead fishing
is still going on, trout have really moved
out onto the flats and I even had a
report from a friend of a few rolling tar-
pon in the middle sound this week.
This week Boca Grande Pass has
been loaded with Spanish mackerel. I
have been trolling spoons and small div-
ing plugs along the channel edges while
looking for diving birds to cast into. This
makes for some of the easiest fishing
there is. The macks can be spotted jump-
ing all the way out of the water as they


slash through schools of small baitfish.
These Spanish mackerel should be thick
arond als heorp sem withiethe s f
the passes on an outgoing tide. Look for
them on the edges and drop offs and
right up close to the sandbars where the
current is really moving.
Ladyfish and a few kings are mixed in
with these mackerel too. Sure the mack-
erel are far from the best eating fish but
they are a great fight and just to go out
and catch such high numbers of fish after
such a drought this winter is an awesome
thing. There should be sharks on these
mackerel schools too if you're looking
for a little larger game. I personally have
not seen any sharks on them yet but with
so many mackerel the sharks are not far
behind.
Long-shanked hooks rigged on your
spoons and plugs will save you a lot of
tackle and make these fish much easier
to unhook. I remove the treble hooks and
replace them with long shanked J-hooks
I also prefer not to use a steel leader but
do up-size my flourocarbon leader up to
40-pound test.
Redfish Pass remained loaded with
sheepshead this week. Anchoring up off
the seawall and fishing with chunks of


with the spanish mackerel here already the sharks, like this blacktip, are not far behind


shrimp on the bottom made for non-stop
action on keeper size sheep. By April
these fish are usually gone but with a pro-
longed winter they are still here and hun-
gry. There are still some real monsters
in the pass with fish up to five pounds
common. Small, sharp hooks are the key
to getting these fish to the boat as their
mouths are so hard with rows and rows
of teeth that it's hard to get a hook to
stick.
While fishing the docks on the north
side of the pass for sheepshead last week
we caught several pompano up to 16
inches. Bouncing a shrimp-tipped jig on
the outside of these docks caught lots of


different species of fish. If you're target-
ing sheepshead its been the best around
the passes on the incoming tide.
Redfish fishing has still been a little
tougher than usual with it either being
feast or famine. The redfish should really
be turning on soon as the water contin-
ues to warm. The reds I have been catch-
ing have all come on the last few hours
of the incoming tide. Some have come
while working oyster bars and potholes
while a few others came from under the
mangroves. I did get on a good redfish
bite on Panther Key this week while the
water was really up high. Sitting way off
the mangroves and throwing chunks of


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ladyfish up under the trees produced a
dozen or so slot-sized reds.
All the deeper channels around the
sound have produced good action on
trout. Rocky Channel and the Chino
Island channel have both been holding
some bigger trout on the low incoming
tide. The bite really slows once the water
gets up as the trout move out onto the
flats. All the trout I have been catching
have been on shrimp or on soft plastic
shrimp jigs. When the tide is up, try drift-
ing the grass flats in water between three
to six feet deep.
April 1 marked the start of the mana-
tee zones going back into effect in Pine
Island Sound. I get so used to running
through these areas all winter long it's
hard to get back into the swing of get-
ting wet and beaten up by having to go
all the way around. These pointless no-
wake zones don t help the manatees and
really seem to be more enforced this first
month of April than at any other time so
watch out and don't get a ticket.


On a brighter note April 1 also marks
the reopening of grouper fishing. I'm
looking forward to getting offshore and
trying my luck and also hitting some of
my back bay grouper spots that I have
not fished for two months.
Capt. Matt Mitchell moved to Sanibel
in 1980 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 captmattmitchell~aol. com.


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Elliot Sudal with his catch

University, was visiting his parents on Sanibel for spring break and caught
this black tip shark 200 feet out from the causeway. He used an 8"pinfish he
caught himself with shrimp that he purchased at the Bait Box. He prepared the shark
for dinner in a lime marinade sauce. The family reports that it was quite good. Elliot
had a blast visiting Sanibel and loved the fishing.M



Learn About Bobcats At SCCF
Come to the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation (SCCF) and see a video
more about the biology and society of this shy feline that roams the islands.
Bobcat Tales is on Wednesday, April 7 at 10 a.m. in the SCCF auditorium. Cost of
the program is $5 per adult, with SCCF members and children attending 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 informa-
tion.o































Purchase lantana specimens from a
reputable supplier and be sure to avoid
planting or cultivating the multicolored
Lantana camera, an invasive plant that
has contaminated the gene pool of native
lantanas.
Sources: The Shrubs and Woody
Vines of Florida by Gil Nelson, Native
Florida Plants by Robert G. Haehle
and Joan Brookwell, and Everglades
Wildflowuers by Roger L. Hammer.
Plant Smart explores sustainable gar-
dening practices that will help you cre-
ate a low-maintenance, drought-tolerant,
hurricane- and pest-resistant South
Florida landscape.M


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The aromatic leaves have both culinary and medicinal uses


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Flowers bloom throughout the years,
attracting a variety of butterflies
by Gerri Reaves
Hardy wild lantana (Lantana
involucrata) is a sun-loving, low-
maintenance plant whose flowers
attract butterflies all year.
This multi-branched shrub usually
reaches four to six feet in height. Use it
in a mass planting, as a border or buffer


plant, or as a center piece in a butterfly
garden.
The five-lobed white or yellow flowers
appear in dense stalked clusters, some-
times with a bluish tint. They are followed
by small purple fruit that provides food for
wildlife.
The small rough leaves are pale green,
oval, aromatic, and toothed.
Wild lantana's native habitat is the
coastal hammocks and pinelands of South
Florida.


It has a string of other common names,
including wild sage, white lantana, white
sage, and button sage.
This member of the verbena family is
highly drought tolerant and the only main-
tenance required is occasional pruning to
encourage tullness.
Propagate it with seeds or cuttings.
The leaves can be used as seasoning,
or they can be added to baths as a treat-
ment for heat rash and insect bites.


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H ave you ever wondered about the staked nests on the beach or the fami-
Slies of birds with tiny chicks running around? Do you simply want to know
1 which of the birds on the beach actually is a snowy plover? Join the Sanibel-
Captiva Conservation Foundation (SCCF) on Friday, April 9, 16, 23, and 30 at 10
a.m. to learn about the biology of the snowy plover, the threats to their survival,
and the ongoing SCCF research and conservation efforts on Sanibel. Following
a Power Point presentation in the nature center auditorium you will go on to the
beach to observe nesting snowy plovers. The cost of the program is $5. SCCF
members and children are free. SCCF is at 3333 Sanibel-Captiva Road. Call 472-
2329 for more information.#





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The nesting season has begun for great horned, barn, and screech owls of the
islands. The great horned owl does not make its own nest but uses one built
by an osprey, hawk, or eagle. The screech and barn owls nest in tree cavi-
ties made by woodpeckers, or nest boxes. There is a nest box on the side of the
SCCF (Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation) Nature Center where barn owls
have nested off and on since 1980. Will they return this year? Island screech owls
are in the courting phase with males guarding territory and calling to females. On
Tuesday, April 6 at 10 a.m. you are invited to SCCF to learn more about the Owls
of Sanibel and Captiva. Following the program you'll have a chance to see a roost-
ing screech owl on the nature center trails. The cost of the program is $5. SCCF
members and children are free. SCCF is at 3333 Sanibel-Captiva Road. Call 472-
2329 for more information.M





34 ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010

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Oyster Eating Contest
S anibel Mayor Mick Denham
~has issued a proclamation
designating the week of
April 11 as Edible Mollusk Week.
Participating area restaurants will
feature daily edible mollusk specials
and a portion of the proceeds
tgenehate y vtheasphecials willllgo
Museum's educational fund. The
museum will unveil its new touch-
screen interactive exhibit MMM...
Mollusks! this spring. .
On Saturday, April 17 from
11 a.m. until 1 p.m. the shell
museum, in conjunction with -
the Timbers Restaurant and Fish
Market, will host the first annual
Edible Mollusk Festival & Oyster-
Eating Contest. The event will take
place in the Timbers parking lot. Detail of Biwa pearl necklace with blue topaz
Local businesses will sponsor gemstones from Lily & Co. to be raffled off at the
teams charged with generating festival
pledges totaling $250. Each team
will choose an "oyster eater" who will be given 90 seconds to down as many pre-
shucked oysters on the half shell as possible in that time frame. The winning team will
be awarded the Edible Mollusk Festival & Oyster-Eating Contest trophy.
To celebrate this occasion and to raise funds for continuation of the educational
mission of the museum, Lily & Co. Jewelry Gallery has donated a necklace to be
raffled off. Raffle tickets are on sale at The Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum and will
continue to be sold through April 17. The winner will be announced at the festival but
you do not have to be present to win. Tickets are $10 each or three for $25.
Other festival activities will include face painting and crafts for children. Island crafty
lady Anne Joffe will help children create edible mollusk magnets. Dr. Jos& H. Leal,
museum director, will conduct mini-workshops on shells produced by edible mollusks
and Timbers' culinary experts will show how to cook your favorite edible mollusks.
Beer, oysters on the half shell, oyster shooters and other delicacies will be sold, with
a portion of the proceeds donated to the museum's educational fund.


City Manager Judie Zimomra, Dan Schuyler of Lily & Co., Mayor Denham and
Matt Asen of Timbers will serve as contest judges. The Sanibel-Captiva Rotary Club
was the first team to throw its hat in the ring, naming John Carney as its oyster eater.
Patrick Harder of Jacaranda was the first restaurant to step fonvard for participation in
Edible Mollusk Week.
To sponsor an oyster-eating team, serve as an oyster eater or participate in Edible
Mollusk Week, contact Clair Beckmann at 472-4524.
The event is sponsored by The Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum, the Timbers
Restaurant and Fish Market and Lily & Co. Jewelry Gallery.M


fos CA W m mdbese ,$5 fo non-m mth
trust's preservation efforts. Reservations
required; call 239-657-2253 or email
bthomas crew@earthlink.net.
The trails are open to the public from
sunrise to sunset every day. Trail maps
are available at the trailhead located at
4600 Corkscrew Road, two miles south
of State Road 82 or 18 miles east of exit
123 off I-75.
The CREW Cypress Dome Hiking
Trails are open to the public from sunrise
to sunset every day. Trail maps are avail-
able at the trailhead located four miles
west of the Marsh Trails. For more infor-
mation call 239-657-2253.4

Saturday Bird walk
n Saturday, April 3 the Audubon
birdwalk will be at the Sanibel
OLighthouse.
Attendees will meet at 8 a.m. at the
fishing ier parking lot located at the end
ofPriwinkl Way.
Non-resident parking is $2 per hour.
For details or for more information call
Hugh at 395-3798.4


Next week at the Canoe & Kayak Restaurant
at'Tween Waters Inn, we're serving something
new and exciting. It's our Artist Lunches
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.


March 31 April 3*12:00 pm 3:00 pm
Featuring Bridgette Chandler, Jewelry


15951 Captiva Drive Captiva Island 239.472.5161 tween-waters.com


CREW Land Trust
Guided H ikes
The CREW Land & Water Trust
Swill host a hike on the second
SSaturday of the month for all ages
from 9 a.m. to noon at the CREW
Marsh Hiking Trails. For reservations
call 239-657-2253 or bthomas crew@
earthlink.net. Hikers are encouraged to
bring water to drink and wear old shoes.
Tuesday Morning Guided Hike, April
6 and 20 for all ages from 9 a.m. to
noon at the CREW Marsh Hiking Trails.
Reservations (239-657-2253 or bthom-
as_crew@earthlink.net) are required.
These hikes are free, although dona-
tions to support the trust's preservation
efforts and environmental education
programs are appreciated. Hikers are
encouraged to bring water to drink and
wear old shoes.
Full Moon Hike: April 27 Explore
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Safina co-founded Blue Ocean Institute
in 2003. He now works mainly to help
highlight and explain how the ocean is
changing and what that means for wildlife
and for people. Safina is author of more
than one hundred publications. His books
include Song for the Blue Ocean, Eye of
the Albatross and Voyage of the Turtle.
He is working on a public television
series, Saving the Ocean.


His conservation work has been
profiled in the Newu York Times, on
Nightline, and in the Bill Moyers televi-
sion special Earth on Edge. He is a
recipient of the Pew Scholars Award in
Conservation and the Environment, the
Lannan Literary Award for nonfiction,
the John Burroughs Medal for literature,
the National Academies Communications
Award, and a MacArthur Prize. Safina


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Ocean And Us
The New Frontiers lecture series,
supported by Patron Series
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& Trust, welcomes scientists who are
leaders in their field. All lectures are
at BIG ARTS located at 900 Dunlop
Road, Sanibel, and begin at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are general admission $25, stu-
dents $10.
On Tuesday, April 13, Dr. Carl Safina
will discuss the state of our oceans.
Safina's lecture is sponsored by John H.
and Susan W. Freund.
Safina's childhood by the shore
launched a lifelong passion that led to
his bachelor's degree in environmental
studies at SUNY Purchase, then to sci-
entific studies of seabirds and fish for his
PhD in ecology from Rutgers University.
During his research and his recreational
and part-time commercial fishing, he
noticed rapid declines in sea turtles, mar-
lin, sharks, tunas, and many other fishes.
Safina saw fish as wildlife and brought
ocean conservation issues into the wildlife
conservation mainstream. He has helped
lead campaigns to ban high-seas driftnets,
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sharks, and other fishes, achieve a United
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The BIG ARTS New Frontiers
Health and Science lecture pro-
grams began March 24 with Dr.
Waleed Abdalati, who studies high lati-
tude glaciers and ice sheets using satel-
lites and airborne instruments, as well
as ground-based data from field expedi-
tions.
He said most of today's satellites are
past their design life, living on borrowed
time. New ones will be going up but only
about half as many.
He is director of the Earth Science and
Observation Center at the University of
Colorado in Boulder. His talk was titled,
Polar Ice in a Changing Climate: Are We
Waking Sleeping Giants?
Abdalati showed many slides of the
changing ice cover, saying some of the
icebergs are as tall as the length of a
football field. The ice acts as a blanket,
a barrier flow of energy exchange to the
ocean. The ocean ice cover affects ocean
circulations, climate, atmospheric circula-
tion and weather. It reflects a lot of the
incoming solar energy from sunlight, and
when it melts it exposes a darker surface


"The weak underbelly glaciers are
speeding up, getting thinner, losing mass,
all consistent with the story of 'collapse,
which in glaciological language means a
few hundred years. Melt is going up 10
percent a decade and that is compelling.
The ice is changing much more rapidly
than our models have predicted. Arctic
sea ice has been shrinking at a rate of
three percent per decade, the thick ice
has been shrinking at a rate of 10 per-
cent per decade. Meanwhile in Antarctica
it has been growing about one percent
per decade. It' sa complicated story," he
said.
"We used to think it took centuries for
ice to respond to warming temperatures.
Turns out it takes hours." As to green-
house gases, he said the world's ice cov-
ers are responding dramatically and the
key to our success depends on society.
He used a quote from Socrates to
explain what he does. "The earth is a
mosaic of stories. Man must rise above
the earth, the top of the atmosphere and
beyond, for only thus will he fully under-
stand the world in which he lives.
During a question and answer session,
Dr. Abdalati reassured Floridians that they
don t need to sell now. "The best projec-
tions for the next 100 years show on the
low end about half a foot of sea rise. On
the high end about five feet. Realistically
it's reasonable to expect between two to
three feet in the coming 100 years.
The next speaker is Dr. Paul Cherukuri
on Wednesday, March 31, 7:30 p.m.
at BIG ARTS. He will talk about
Nanotechnology Big Things Come In
Small Packages and how it is changing
the way researchers think of medical
treatment.M




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"That is why ice is really one of the
most sensitive aspects of the climate sys-
tem. Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets
hold the equivalent of 223 feet of sea
level rise. That's not all going to melt into
the sea tomorrow and cause oceans to
rise catastrophically, but the question is
how much is flowing into the sea causing
our oceans to rise?
For the coming centuries, he said the
high end of predictions is not off the
charts but there are areas that would be
adversely affected. He showed a slide of
Florida featuring outlying areas that would
be affected by a meter of sea level rise.
"Over the last 15,000 years, sea levels
have been going up by about three and a
half millimeters a year, not much until you
add it up over time. In 50 years it really
starts to matter. Eighteen thousand years
ago oceans were 120,000 meters lower
than today.


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Birds of many kinds flock to Harns Marsh photo by Gail Campbell


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The water district and Lee County have
designated Harns Marsh as a regional
park. The variety and quantity of birds is
amazing. So far, 135 species have been
recorded, snail kites and limpkin being
tah cpl aof th tandout species found
From I-75, take Exit 136 (Lee
Boulevard) east to Sunshine Boulevard
in Lehigh Acres. Turn left on Sunshine
Boulevard and drive north past the Able
Canal. Turn left on 31st Street and make
an immediate right onto Ruth Avenue.
Drive north on Ruth Avenue to 38th
Street. Turn left on 38th and the parking
area is at the end of the road.M


n Friday, April 2 at 10 a.m. come and learn about the species of fresh-
water turtles found in Florida from SCCF (Sanibel-Captiva Conservation
OFoundation) Herpetologist Chris Lechowicz. Lechowicz has documented the
turtles found on the islands and has traveled extensively throughout the state look-
ing for freshwater turtles. Learn about the life cycle of the young turtles you have
watched swim in the nature center tank or nest on the lake edge behind your home.
Lechowicz will also bring live adult turtles for you to see. Cost of the program is $5
per adult. SCCF members and children are free. Call 472-2329 for more informa-
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and Flowers by nature photographer
Eleanor J. Ward at the Captiva Island Yacht Club in October it will again be on
display at the Sanibel Public Library April 2 to 30.
The exhibit consists of Ward's canvas pieces as well as her newest line, Art for
Outside Living.
Some of Ward's other pieces can be seen at Lily & Co., 520 Tarpon Bay Road;
Art in the Tree Top Gallery, across from the Dairy Queen; Mc T's Sanibel Steamer,
523 Periwinkle Way; Biddles Bucket, 2499 Periwinkle Way; SanCap One Source
Realty, 695 Tarpon Bay Road, Suite 14; Royal Shell, office of Denice Beggs, 15050
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Friday, April 2 7:30 PM
Family Entertainment:
Illusionist Jason Bishop
Sunday, April 4, 11, 183, 25* 3 PM
Island Jazz in Boler Garden
Monday, April 5 7 PM
Monday Night Film Series:
Herb & Dorothy
Tuesday, April 6 7:30 PM
DigiScreen: La traviata
Wednesday, April 7 *1 PM
Director Series: Summertime
Friday, April 9 7 PM
Documentary Film: The Cove
Q&A with
Simon Hutchins, Expedition Director
and Greg Mooney, Marine Technician
Saturday, April 10 5 PM
Visual Arts Artists Reception:
SWFL Craft Guild (Phillips Gallery)
6 Women & Their Work (Founders Gallery)
Sunday, April 11 7 PM
SWFL Symphony: Glory of Spring
Monday, April 12 7 PM
Monday Night Film Series: O'Horten


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Kathy Moffett


Robert Beane

director of the Mastersingers. "Everyone
has favorite selections from different
operas. We can select those pieces from
various operas so the audience has the
benefit of hearing many of their favorites
in one concert. Nothing like this has been
done in this area before." Faux, well
known to Southwest Florida audiences,
will conduct both orchestra and chorus
The popularity of opera in recent
years has soared with the simulcast
broadcasts of the Metropolitan Opera and
the increase in local opera companies.
The 70-voice Mastersingers is known
for its innovative programming. The


Ron Bowman


Church in Fort Myers. The great
composers of opera... Verdi, Puccini,
Wagner, Bizet and Mozart will be among
those featured from popular operas such
as Carmen, The Flying Dutchman, La
Traviata, Rogoletto and even selections
from Gilbert and Sullivan's Pirates of
Penzance.
Highlighted by soloists Beth Wininger,
soprano; Kathy Moffett, mezzo, soprano;
Robert Beane, tenor and Ron Bowman,
baritone, audiences will hear their favor-
ite arias and choruses. "It's one of the
advantages of doing this kind of music
concert style," said Jeff Faux, artistic


group, which is comprised of experienced
singers from all over Southwest Florida
presents eight concerts each season and
is completing its ninth season. Its per-
formance of the 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 are $20 and are on sale now.
Call 770-8447 or visit the Web site at
www.mastersingersfm.com.M


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Music lovers will have the oppor-
tunity to hear selections from
their favorite operas when the
Mastersingers present Great Moments
in Opera in concert at 7 p.m. on
Saturday, April 10 at the Moorings
Presbyterian Church in Naples, and 4
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Watercolor painting
Instructor Petra Kaiser with Shareen Groce

BIG ARTS is holdling a variety of
now for the following:
I Spanish I, II, and III with Barbara
Peterson on Mondays, April 12 to May
17, call BIG ARTS for class times.
Glass Fusing with Petra Kaiser on
Wednesday, April 14 to May 5, 9:30
a.m.to 12:30 p.m.
Clay, Sculpting, Ceramics and Pottery
on the Wheel with Marjorie Bronsted on
Wednesday, April 14 to May 19, 2 to
4:30 p.m
Glass Fusing with Petra Kaiser on
Thursday, April 15 to May 6, 9:30 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m.
Glass Enamel on Silver with Mary Ann
Devos is Saturday and Sunday, April 17
and 18, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Watercolors with Marjorie Bronsted on
Wednesday, April 21 to May 26, 6:30
to 8:30 p.m.
T~T~ci~i 3~ii~~63~Aclylics and Oils with Marjorie
Bronsted on Thursdays, April 22 to May
27, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Life Drawing Open Studio Non
Instructed with Carol Rosenberg on
Friday, April 30 to May 21, 9:15 a.m.
to 12 p.m
Clay Expressions with Gail Jones on
Monday, May 10 to May 31, 1 to 4
p.m.
C Glass Fusing with Petra Kaiser on
Lli~j ~Thursdays, May 13 to June 3, 9:30 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m.
There are ongoing workshops in
Youth Dance, Life Drawing, Voice, and
other music lessons. Call BIG ARTS for
more information or to sign up, 395-
0900.
BIG ARTS workshops are sponsored
by Sony Corporation of America.M







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true gift in this play and these characters,
and audiences will be witness to two very
fine pRermn ers in David S. Howard
Glass' autobiographical play chronicles
the year she spent as secretary to Judge
Francis Biddle, the former Attorney
General under FDR and judge at the
Nuremberg Trials. It is an enthralling
character study set against the backdrop
of 1960s political unrest in Washington.
Trying finds two very different genera-
tions struggling to find common ground
in the midst of very uncertain times.
The production stars Broadway and
continued on page 50


Gripping Dralma
Trying Opens
At Florida Rep
Forida Repertory Theatre is opening
gripping, autobiographical drama'
Trying, written by Tony-nominated play-
wright Joanna McClelland Glass.
It opens April 9 with discounted pre-
views on April 6, 7 and 8.
We see that the best lessons in life are
le rnd fro thos abo t leav i
arnhis mly iso tly boilla t," a dt.
Producing Artistic Director Robert
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First graders from Edison Park School, Fort Myers, explored the marine touch tank at the
Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation Nature center and took a walk in the wetlands
to the Sanibel River on a recent visit to SCCF. They are pictured here with Dee Serage
Century of SCCF

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The artists on this year's tour include sculptor James Hixson, glass artist Petra
Kaiser, painters Heidi Keevins, Lance Koprowski, Rosalyn McGlynn, and Susan Scott.
Luche llGbeA TS galre s p i va(Io betpe lund feature the Southwest Florida Craft
Guild Exhibit in Phillips Gallen), and an exhibit featuring artwork by Sue Baker, Carina
Bjorck, Marcy Calkins, Paula Eckerty, Sarah Edwardson, and Rita Mach Skoczen in
Founders Gallery.
Anyone who does not wish to go on the tour of the artists' homes can still support
local artists by visiting the Member Art Show and Sale in Boler Garden and attend
a wine and cheese reception with music by guitarist Mike McMillan at John Grey
Painting, 695 Tarpon Bay Road, Suite 5 (Promenade Center across from Sanibel Post
Office) from 4 to 6 p.m.
For more information or to purchase tickets, stop by BIG ARTS, 900 Dunlop Road
or call 395-0900.0


The fabric is dried and then the wax is
heated in order to remove it.
wa"r nit"iodn dyShatferaisdhahd-o
composition and a beautiful vibrant color
pallet that is rarely seen in batik. Each
original fine art batik by Shaffer is cre-
ated in combed cotton broadcloth, which
is stretched and secured on 16" by 20"
canvas and framed. For more informa-
tion on Kay Shaffer s work, visit www.
KayShaffer.com.
Admission is free. For more informa-
tion, call the Museum of the Everglades at
(239) 695-0008.M


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Painter Heidi Keevins with her portrait of
Sculptor James Hixson Barack Obama

Studio Tour and the Members Art Show and Sale on Friday, April 16, 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Studio tour tickets are limited and can be purchased for $45.
The Artists Studio Tour is supported by TheGallery@Sanibelfaux.com by John Grey
Painting.
The tour begins at BIG ARTS at 9 a.m. where participants can have coffee and
pastries and pick up their tour map and information for the day, and view the art
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Kay Shaffer, a Southwest Florida
artist specializing in fine art batik
will have her work on display at '
the Museum of the Everglades April
1-30. The public will have the oppor-
tunity to meet the artist on a Saturday
April 10 reception from 1 p.m. to 3 '
p.m. at the museum.
Shaffer is a self-taught textile artist
specializing in fine art batik, a focused
method of applying dye to fabric, usu-
ally cotton or silk. Batik is the reverse
of painting. Instead of painting an area
where you wish there to be color or a
design on a piece of fabric, wax is applied
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at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 2.
Bishop performs stunning and
original state-of-the-art magic
at his shows including sleight of
hand, exclusive grand illusions,
cutting edge op-art illusions, and
close-up magic projected onto
a huge movie screen. No other
touring illusionist showcases such
a diverse array of talents. Bishop
performs with a totally modern
energy and an outstanding rock
and pop soundtrack.
Bishop cuts through the usual
hype and focuses on entertain-
ing audiences with one remark-
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pieces feature more laughs than
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skill performed at a world-class
level. Tickets are $36, student/
child, $12.
The Jason Bishop Show
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Call Marks Box Office at 395-
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founded in 1977
and has exhibited at
BIG ARTS for more
than 25 years to
help promote public
appreciation of the
dynamic fine craft
field. Its mission is to
encourage high stan-
dards of performance
and accomplishments
in fine crafts. The
members accomplish
this by participation,
promotion and educa-
tion through shows,
exhibitions, dem-
onstrations, and art
scholarships.
BIG ARTS Phillips
Gallery is open Another Surprise, mahogany wood, by Phil Krym
Monday through
Friday, 1 to 4 p.m. and Saturdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and is located at 900 Dunlop
Road, Sanibel. The guild s works will be on display in Phillips Gallery through Monday,
April 26.
The exhibit is supported by Visual Arts Patron Season Sponsors June Rosner and
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A scene from Good by Edison State College Theatre
to Switzerland. Halder is drawn to Freddie (Eli Johnson) an SS officer who finally con-
vinces him to join the party. He leaves his wife Helen (Lisa Kuchinski) for one of his
students, Anne (Caren Zarpelon). He also lets his mother (Rebekah Smith), who has
dementia, become a victim of the system.
There is a lot of music in the play. Director Brown told me he considers the perfor-
mance a play with music, rather than being a musical. He said, "Through this experi-
ence the students internalized a piece of history that they might have studied before,
but they now have insights into the society that they could not ever approach without
this kind of experience.
Brown selected the play to coincide with Holocaust observance at the school. It was
a collaborative effort with the music department.
Director Dale Hoover provided a quartet of musicians to accompany the singers
and also provide background music. Several of the singers gave stand-out performanc-
es, this included Connor Zerilla, Eli Johnson, Lisa Sidoran and Shadoe Valentin. When
the cast sang the Drinking Song from The Student Prince, I almost joined them. It s
one of my favorites.
Hitler was played by Abigail Smith in a Charlie Chaplin fashion. Justin Ramos
played both Eichmann and a doctor. Others in the cast were Tiffany Smith, Cristian
Corrales, Jerome Joseph, Amanda Fife, Malyssa Grose and Rachel Ferrera. My hat is
off to the entire cast.
continued on page 55


by Di Saggau
Tphe production Good, by C.P. Taylor, played at Edison State College March
S18-28. It was one of the most powerful plays I have ever seen.
SThe fact that it was put together by college students totally amazed me. This
is a challenging play in the hands of the most experienced actors. The focus of the
play is how people who consider themselves good could be swept into the furor of the
Nazi movement and soon believe that they are doing the right thing. It reveals how the
Nazis approached the 30- and 40-year old decision makers of Germany.
Directed by Stuart Brown, professor of theater at Edison, the play follows Professor
John Halder, played so well by Andy Francis. He is transformed from someone who
thinks the whole Nazi anti-Jew mentality will go away, to someone who thinks perhaps
the Jews are at fault. His best friend is Jewish. Maurice (Connor Zerilla) keeps telling
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recent artwork created
by Sue Baker, Carina
Bjorck, Marcy Calkins,
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Edwardson and Rita
Mach Skoczen. An art-
ists reception will be
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A star cast including Maltese tenor
Joseph Calleja (Alfredo) and American
baritone Thomas Hampson (Giorgio), join
the company of The Royal Opera in this
revival of Richard Eyre's highly acclaimed
1994 production.
La Traviata, one of Guiseppe Verdi s
best loved works, is an opera in three acts
based on Alexandre Dumas' La Dame aux
Camblias.
This telecast series continues Thursday,
April 15, with The Royal Ballet's Swuan
Lake and Thursday, April 22, with The
Royal Opera Company's La Boh~me.
Admission is $20 or $51 for a series of
three. For tickets, call 395-0900.4


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Opera Company
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wil b e inis meen in
"Nothing cautious about Ms. Fleming's performance here! Tumultuous ovations!"
The Newu York Times' Anthony Tommasini said of her performance.
Grammy Award winner Fleming plays the alluring courtesan Violetta Valery,
who breaks society's conventions for a life with Alfredo Germont. Alfredo convinces
Violetta to elope to the countryside, leaving the tensions of Parisian society behind,
but their arrangement threatens to bring scandal on Alfredo's family. Facing a mortal
illness, Violetta knows their love is doomed and attempts to free Alfredo from burden
by returning to Paris, a decision that comes with dramatic results. Giorgio Germont,


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The Vogels had visited the National
Gallery of Art on their honeymoon and
have donated a large part of their 4,700
pieces to that gallery. In addition, the
overflow from the collection will enrich
each of our 50 states with 50 works of
art.
Gallery owners and artists Chuck
Close and Christo among many others
praise the Vogels for their artistic "eyes,
enthusiasm, courage and generosity. One
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those who saw it with me, as we debate
art, wealth, need vs. want and the nature
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Monday Night Movie

Herb & Dorothy
by Priscilla Friedersdorf

Dorothy,
H what ar n
perfect film for us
at b on these islands
who have had in
sI our midst an art-
ist whose famous
work now hangs
in the National
Gallery of Art, and
artists who tempt
us each year by
hanging their paintings in local venues
including the Phillips Gallery among
others and even on occasion on clothes-
lines. This documentary will be shown
on Monday night, April 5, at 7 p.m.
Herbert and Dorothy Vogel met at
a dance in 1960, married and began
collecting art with money they saved
from his job as a postal worker and
hers as a librarian. They began cram-
ming every available space in a small
Manhattan apartment with their shared
passion for contemporary art; works of
now renowned artists. Among them; Sol
LeWitt, Donald Judd, Richard Tuttle,
Robert Mangold, Lynda Benglis and
dozens of others found their place in
a burgeoning collection representing
Minimalist and Conceptual art.
This documentary, filmed by Megumi
Sasaki, contains interviews with the cou-
ple in their apartment and with some of
the artists whose work they collected.


The real Herb and Dorothy
goods raises wonderful questions.
Herb and Dorothy was released in
2009 and is not rated. It has a running
time of 1 hour and 27 minutes. Tickets
are $7 and can be purchased at BIG
ARTS in advance or on the evening of
the showing.
Refreshments will be served on the
Gainer Veranda following the film. Joan
Halperin will introduce the film and lead
a discussion afterwards. Phone 395-0900
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Boosigin An
Disc ussion

Sanibel author
Le o will Ir L
be at theemSm bel P)
Bookshop Saturday CAN
April 10 at 11 a.m.'
to discuss the inti-
mate aspects of cre-
aii ad the so
rie be nd hers fur
books. Lemmon """"
will also be signing
copies of her newly SA Te
released gift book, S N1BL
hisp a ado SCRIBBL E)
her three novels
Sanibel Scribbles, -.
Portion of the Sea
and Sand in my
Eyes .
Lemmon's first a
novel, Sanibel '
Scribbles, shows
readers how they
must discover an island of their own
where they can pause and reflect. Her
second novel encourages readers to pick
up their paddles and row out to their own
Portion of the Sea that they may reclaim


have any questions.:

their heart's and
soul's lost treasures.
Sand in my Eyes,
Lemmon s third
novel, hear tens
transformation in
those readers so
overwhelmed that
they can barely see
the beauty around
them. Her latest
release, Whisper
from the Ocean
is full of womanly
wisdom on solitude
and inspiration,
spirituality and cre-
ativity, sacrifice and
ideniy co nt-

Lemmon has
lived all over the
country writing for
radio news, news-


paper, magazine and television. She lives
with her husband and three children on
Sanibel Island, the setting of her novels,
which have sold tens of thousands of
copies and have gone into multiple print-
runs. She only writes while her children
are sleeping.
For more upcoming events visit www.
christinelemmon.com or follow Christine
Lemmon Novels on Facebook.w


Repeat of Dr. Sidney Simon's
January 8 Stories for Grownups
porm will take place Friday,
April 2 frooma2 to 3 p.m. in meeting
room #4 of the Sanibel Public Library.
What prompted the reprise was that
many people have said they regretted
missing it and wondered when he might
do it aan
Thisi also a story time for members
of the audience. Simon tells his stories
for the first half hour, and then he draws
stories from the audience.
Call the library at 472-2483 if you


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command of the instrument will dazzle the listener. Tickets $10, call 454-2147.

9th Annual Shell Point Photo Show i
Monday, April 5 -Friday, April 9 Ad
10 a~m. to 3 p~m. *The Island at Shell Point i
Peruse the beautiful photographs entered by Shell Point resident
photographers in the ninth-annual Shell Point Photo Show on display.
in the Resident Activity Center on The Island at Shell Point.


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Centiguglia Brothers, Pianists
Thursday, April 8, 7:30 p~m. *The Island at Shell Point
Identical twins, Richard and John, are among the most
acclaimed piano-duos in the world. They graduated in the top 1% of their class
at Yale summa cum laude, followed by Masters degrees from the Yale Graduate
School of Music. Since their London debut in 1962, they've popularized the
great music for two pianists including Schubert Piano Duets, Duos of Franz Liszt, Music of
Gershwin-Grainger, and Beethoven and Liszt 9th Symphony. Tickets $35, call 454-2067.

8aZZ by David Maxwell
Friday, April 16, 7 p~m. *The Island at Shell Point
Grammy winner David Maxwell has a reputation as one of the finest blues pianists alive and
has played piano with great musicians such as Muddy Waters, Bonnie Raitt, Otis Rush, and
Eric Clapton. Tickets are $20, call 454-2067.

~ Annual Quilt Show
Saturday, April 17, 10 a~m. to 4 p~m. *Sunday, April 18, Noon to 4 p~m.
Monday, April 19, 10 a~m. to 4 p~m. *The Island at Shell Point
The Quilt Show is an annual Shell Point tradition. Enjoy viewing quilts made by Shell
Point quilters, along with some very special quilts of interest made by others. You'll be
amazed by the creativity and intricacy of the displays.


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Join us for one of these group presentations about the Lifestyle and Lifecare
available at Shell Point followed by a narrated bus tour of the community.
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Art Wallk And Fair

A Two-Day Event
The next monthly Art Walk will
be Friday, April 2, from 6 to 10
p.m. It will be followed by the new
Saturday Art Fair on April 3, in the
Patio de Leon from noon to 4 p.m.
The Friday, April 2, Art Walk will
include more than a dozen art stops and
will feature new art exhibitions, live music
and the traditional after party.
Held the first Friday of every month
from 6 to 10 p.m., Art Walk features
local and national artwork in the down-
town art galleries and several art stops in
the Fort Myers River District. The eve-
ning culminates with an after party at 10
p.m. The April after party will be held at
Spirits of Bacchus on Hendly Street.
The Saturday Art Fair will run from
noon to 4 p.m. About two dozen local art
vendors and artisans will be set up in the
Patio de Leon selling their work. Some
galleries will be hosting make-it-and-take-
it art projects for children. Admission is
free. The Saturday Art Fair runs Januar
tihroi h t of the April 2 Art Walk will
include:
*Art League of Fort Myers: Opening
of The Art of Photography exhibit.
*Art of the Olympians: Exhibit featur-
ing the works of Al Oerter and Liston
Bochette in the main gallery and a special
showing in the downstairs gallery. There
will also be a Young Artists Awards per-
*Arts for ACT Gallery: Opening
reception for exhibit, Art Fusions by
Naoko and five other collaborating artists.
*daas Gallery: Opening reception for
Buddha: Images of the Deity.
for nHeW ehibitalle Hpberi nr f pStte e
Luongo. Live music by Cosmic Mountain
fromS yp d Brn D vs A Center:
Opening for new exhibit, Turn, Turn,
Turn, The Artistic Synthesis of Vinyl to
Art, followed by a performance by jazz
and chamber music ensemble Project
(concert is $35 admission).
*Space 39: Opening of a new group
show featuring the art of Ryan Metke.
*Friday Night Live in the Patio de
Leon with Screamin' & Cryin' countyy
blues) from 6 to 9 p.m.
There is a free shuttle service cour-
tesy of Select Transportation Inc., with
stops near the art venues; parking at the
Harborside Event Center will be available.
A map of Art Walk, transportation,
and parking will be distributed by par-
ticipating galleries. Art Walk is a rain or
shine event and was started by a group
of art galleries and art enthusiasts and
debuted in October of 2008.
For more information visit www.fort-
myersartwalk.com.


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From page 41

Gripping Drama
screen veteran David S. Howard as Judge
Francis Biddle, and Florida Rep Associate
Director Rachel Burttram. Now a familiar
face at Florida Rep, Howard was seen
Most recently in February s You Can't
Take It With You, The Last Romance,
Indian Blood, Visiting Mr: Green and
Tuesday with Morrie.
Burttram appears as the autobio-
graphical character based on the play-
wnight Sarah Schorr, and was seen earlier
P this season in Opus, as well as Art of
Murder; Dancing at Lughnasa, Doubt,
-1 Rabbit Hole and Proof.
Florida Rep Associate Artistic Director,
''i:'; Chris Clavelli directs the play and is
joined by set designer Richard Crowell,
lighting designer Aaron Meadow, cos-
tume designer Roberta Malcolm, sound
designer Kate Smith and stage manager
Linda Harris.
The play runs April 9-25, with dis-
counted previews April 6 at 8 p.m.,
April 7 at 2 p.m. and April 8 at 8 p.m.
Performances are Tuesday to Saturday
at 8 p.m. with 2 p.m. matinees on
-Wednesdays, Sundays and selected
Saturday. There will be a special Twilight
an Performance at 7 p.m. on April 11.
~Subscriptions and single tickets are on
E ~sale through the box office at 332-4488.
Single tickets are $42, $38 and $20 and
$25 and $20 for previews.
~Florida Repertory Theatre performs
in the Historic Arcade Theatre on Bay
St. between Jackson & Hendly with free
parking in the Fort Myers River District.


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Loveg rove To
Make Work Of Art
With Local Youth
Youngsters who attend The Bridge
Youth Center s Friday night pro-
gram on April 2 are in for an
extra special treat. They will take part
in one of local artist Leoma Lovegrove s
interactive, multimedia art projects
called Painting Out Loud. During the
exhibition, Bridge kids will dress in dis-
posable paint suits and throw paint onto
a giant canvas under Lovegrove s direc-
tion. Music, lights and special effects will
add to the magic of this event.
"We are so excited about this wonder-
ful opportunity for our kids to work with
such a creative and well-known local
artist. Leoma s willingness to come and
mentor local youth is so inspiring and
very much appreciated by both the staff
and the kids," says Melissa Terry, direc-
tor of The Bridge Youth Center. I can t
wait to see the masterpiece they create
together."
Forced to close its doors in December
due to lack of funding, The Bridge Youth
Center reopened March 5 at its original
location, 2128 Cleveland Avenue, Fort
Myers.
Supported by private sponsors and
local churches, the center offers programs
and services to youth ages 11-18 includ-
ing physical fitness, tutoring, computer
lab, FCAT, ACT and SAT prep, GED,
resume help, job placement and life
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Demaris Peters Pike entertains the crowd

O~n Friday, March 19, the Sanibel
Public Library staff and board
members hosted a luncheon pro-
gram to celebrate the volunteers who
work at the library. Over 50 people
came for a light lunch followed by a
program featuring Demaris Peters Pike's
portrayal of Frankie Gershwin. The pre-
sentation was full of favorite Gershwin
tunes.
Library staff and board members held
the celebration to show how much they
appreciate the hard work and dedica-
tion of all the volunteers. This has been
a season to remember with over 100
programs presented at the library. The
cooler weather also brought an increased
number of visitors. Needless to say, the
staff and volunteers were very busy this
season.#


Judy Gentry, Carolyn Graham and Nancy Dorrity


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52 ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010
Book Review


Of ric

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by Priscilla Friedersdorf
Author Steve Rajtar continues
his research into the history of
Florida with his photographically
spectacular new book Historic Photos
of Florida Ghost Towuns. This luxuri-
ously bound book would grace any cof-
fee table but it is so very much more
than that.
Rajtar, now an attorney, grew up in
Ohio and became enamored of Florida
and its history during his student days at
the University of Central Florida and the
University of Florida. As a historian he
has written over 20 books; among those
several particularly on Florida's history.
Rajtar takes us back to even more
recent days when our travel horizons
extended past the confines of coastal
resorts and I-75. A time when we would
often venture down back roads through
some of these now deserted crossroads
and tumbledown post offices to swamp
cabbage festivals, rodeos, county fairs,
and would buy our Plant City strawber-
ries, not coldly cellophane-wrapped but
still sweetly warmed by the sun at a road-
side stand.
The temptations of pie at Flora and
Ella's in LaBelle drew us to discover
inland country charm, laidback lifestyles
and yes, home-fried chicken, biscuits,


Stephanie See with the Island Sun's
graphic arts department said it best,
"The photos are magnificent and tell the
story of the past almost without saying a
word. As a young native to Florida I am
intrigued by the past of my home state.
But what makes the book a treasure
trove of our state's past is the historical
research and well written text by Rajtar.
He clearly describes the settlements
shown in the photos, their origins and
their ultimate destinies. Particularly illu-
minating is the chapter Blame It On The
Railroad. He writes, "In the opinion of
many, the construction of railroad lines
was the most important factor in the set-
tlement of Florida. Large portions of the
peninsula were located too far inland to
be reached by boats, and until the arrival
of the railroads, they were essentially ina-
cessible.
Every one of the more than two hun-
dred pages of this rare and beautiful pic-
torial history has a fine reproduced photo
and a text to ponder. Page 156 shows
men struggling to free a flat-bottomed
boat from the shallows of Kraemer Island,
named after the chief engineer of the
project to drain the Everglades in the
early 1900s. Rivers, swamps, railroads,
ferries, docks, post offices, yes, even
islands, gone now, some through fires
and hurricanes, but remembered and
documented by this fascinating collection
compiled so skillfully by historian Rajtar.4




women, old and young hold
lighted candles after the Madonna
monk with B 11es, sw ngm inen

Jesus on the cross
with orchids and white roses

flower petals drop from the cathedral
all night long until the next noon

sttess ptr nto the church
the circle completes

Don Browun, retired architect and
native Floridian, is author of Florida
Scrub Country and Joy in the Moment,
poetry books available from the Sanibel
Library. His books can be browsed
online at iUniverse. comn/bookstore. He
9st5e .0et laureate of the MIT Class of




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mashed potatoes with gravy, and sweet- state like the cover photo of the station in
ened ice tea referred to as "Florida table Richland. A photo complete with horse
wine." and buggy and elegant period styles in
Many of Rajtar's collection of 200 dress.
photos show now-abandoned crossroads
in their heyday, when you could actually
find a functioning railroad station in the POetiC Voices


For consideration,

:Man Su ed 14

Suite 2, Sanibel,
FL 33957 Attn:
Don Brown or send
a Mlicrosoft Word
ottacomennk um.
mit.edu


selected by Don Brown
Easter in Trapani, Sicily 1994
by D.L.Brown
With measured cadence
men bear statues

from the Chiesa del Purgatorio
on platforms
flowers surround each base
four-foot candles flame at corners

brass bands, woodwinds
follow playing Povre Fiore

mouu Pmarch

drum beats grab attention
crowds solemn, respectful

sway to the rhythm
young nuns move between floats

youthyu lmehn,osdheperdp snts


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
any meal. So make reservations
today and join us tonight for the best
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Top Ten Books
On The Island


Classic
Part Of


1. Deep Shadow
by Randy Wayne
White
2. Girl Who Played
With Fire by
Stieg Larrson
3. Little Bee by
Chris Cleave
4. Reliable Wife by
Robert Goodrick
5. Hotel on the
Corner of Bitter
and Swueet by
Jamie Ford
6. Cutting for
Stone by
Abraham
Verghese
7. Living Sanibel
by Charles
Sobczak
8. Art of Racing
in the Rain by
Garth Stein
9. Help by Kathryn
Stockett
10. Sanibel Flats by
Randy Wayne
White
Top Ten Books is


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Katharine Hepburn in Summertime


Summedfime film poster


Lawurence of Arabia will be shown
Wednesday, April 14 from 11 a.m. to 3
p.m. (note change to film time).
Films will be shown with surround
sound in high definition using a high-qual-
ity screen and projector in Schein Hall. A
sound-enhancement system for the hear-
ing impaired is available.
For tickets, stop by BIG ARTS, 900
Dunlop Road or call 395-0900.4


B I RSpeet t nulDrco eiswt imdsuso e ySanibel resident Sid Picker. This year s series features films by British writer/
director David Lean, who worked on a plethora of highly successful films of
varying genres, both in the UK and Hollywood, over the course of a long career.
Summertime, starring Katharine Hepburn, will be shown at 1 p.m. Wednesday,
April 7. Shot on location in Venice, Summertime is a variant on Lean s middle-aged
romance theme. An American tourist lacking romantic experience, Jane is insatiably
vulnerable to the lush beauty of Italy. She is charmed by a handsome Italian man. So
intoxicated is Jane by their whirlwind affair that she is reluctant to relinquish her new
love, even after discovering that he is married and has a family. A touching perfor-
mance by Hepburn and stunning Technicolor scenes of Venice make this a favorite for
film buffs. Lean was nominated for a Best Director Oscar for this classic. Admission is
$5.


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courtesy of Sanibel Island Bookshop.M


The toudols oprinp


louthwt Ilorida Igmphony

The Glr of Spring
ApnI 0 7:30prn
Faith Presbyterla iChurzlh. Cape Coral

April 11 7pm
ilHall. BIB Ats on Sanrbel



ePpwer of Three
18 4pm
FaIth. di~BCst Church, Fst Myers
leaturing
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Latin Flesiar
Aprli 24 8pm
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By David Lean Is
Film Director Series







New Book Debuts s
uthor Jane Kirschner-Tuccillo will ":Ir
signkcpies boe heer new chil ren sn
Saturday, April 3, beginning at 11 a.m.
at MacIntosh Books & Paper. The book
grew out of the author's fond memo- 1
ries of visiting the Island Bake Shop on ---'
Sanibel in the 1950s and tasting her ,y
first-ever piece of key lime pie. She has .1
included her secret recipe for the pie in
her story. 1 iili.
Kirschner-Tuccillo is a long-time L n,
resident of Sarasota. She is a poet and-
former correspondent for the Sarasota .
Herald Tribune. For more information I'
call 472-1447. MacIntosh Books &
Paper is at 2407 Periwinkle Way.M

From page 50
Lovegrove
skills. For more information on The Bridge Youth Center go to www.urbanteens.org
or send an e-mail to melatthebridge@gmail .com.M

Lunch box Theatre Series

lorida Repertory Theatre's Lunchbox Theatre Series is now playing in the Fort
Sponsored by Pamela Templeton and Fort Myers Toyota, the series for chil-
dren 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 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 audiences into the life of Anne Frank and two Holocaust sur-
vivors 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.
The Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center is located on First Street between Jackson
and Lee. Tickets are available through Florida Rep s box office at 332-4488.4


Read us online at IslanclSunNews.com


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54 ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010

Book Signing


gradubateof Sras u~n idesiy ishe: i
Southwest Florida Romance Writers and
Romance Writers of America.
PaTh BokRNaook is located at 2330


Author To Sign
Latest Book


Mary Tatarian


will be featured at a book signing
with local author Mary Tatarian
at The Island Book Nook on Tuesday,
April 6 from 1 to 3 p.m.
"Seabliss" is a cozy mystery that takes
place on a sleepy Florida gulf coast island
town. The town suddenly comes alive as
two best friends, local merchant Mariah
Linley and island psychic Moonbeam, find
themselves in the middle of some pretty
strange business. When their friend, a
popular elderly boat captain, does not
respond to attempts to reach him, the
two women take it upon themselves to
find out what really happened. As events
begin to unfold, the two novice sleuths
are drawn into a web of murder, decep-
tion and drugs that stretches as far west
as Mexico and as far south as the Keys.
Tatarian is a resident of Fort Myers
Beach where she operated a popular
business for 20 years. She wrote a weekly
column for the Beach Bulletin and Fort
Myers Beach Observer for 14 years. A


Well-known children's book
author Helen Ketteman will
sign copies of her new book
Swuamp Song on Monday, April 5,
beginning at 11 a.m. at the new loca-
tion of Macintosh Books & Paper, 2407
Periwinkle Way. A former teacher,
Ketteman has written 19 picture
books, including Three Little Gators,
Armadilly Chili, and The Great Cake
Bake.
Ketteman s books are charmingly
illustrated and lyrically written for young
children. "Down in the swamp where the
cypress grows, old man gator starts tap-
ping his toes..." begins Swuamp Song.
For more information call Macintosh
Books & Paper at 472-1447.4


Ch~artie~ Sobetsak Jan KCIrshe-hc~Ilo
April 1, II Lam. April 3, II a~m.


Heln Kettema
Aprl 5, 11 a.m.


Come~ rsee wer dr or newa locattest'
2407 Perlwinke Way, Sanlbel, Fl.r 33957 259/472-447
www.MacI ntosh ookscom


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For Easter b~inner

Serving 4-8 prn

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Trollbeads

...every story has a bead

10 A.M. 6P.M. MON SAT
12-5 P.M. SUNDAY
1571 PERIWINKL~E WrAY
SANIBEL, FL 33957
239.472.5223
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A Great Place To Be Stranded



B00k Signing s




Robert Macomber
Saturday
April 3 at 12pm




..0rraine Vail ~~~d
Tuesday,
April 6 at 11 am


Chef AJ Black, left, and Chef Daniel
Boulud

Ristorante on Sanibel and
Edgartown Martha's Vineyard
Massachusetts, attended the North
American Restaurant and Hotel Group
meetings in New York City last week.
He was introduced by Relais Chef
Daniel Boulud as one of the Relais and
Chateaux Gourmand chefs.
Black and Boulud soon will be releas-
ing a cookbook along with chefs Thomas
Keller and Patrick O'Connell.4


From page 45
Good People
Changed
The adult language was pretty harsh
but Brown told me it was all in the script
and due to copyright laws, it could not be
changed.
The set was designed by Brown
and the students helped build it. When
I first entered their black-box theater
in Humanities Hall and saw the set, I
was impressed, but couldn't quite make


sense of it. Once the play unfolded, it all
became crystal clear.
I was seated next to Bob Beeson,
Dean of Edison, and he told me he was
very proud of the students. In my col-
lege days we did musicals like Finian's
Rainbowu. My, but college productions
have come a long way.
Come November the Edison State
College Theatre will bring another pro-
duction our way. I look forward to it and
will keep you posted.M


Cha rlie Sobcza k
Wed eday
April 7 at 11am


Book Discussions At The Library

Edsel is the topic of discussion for
the Non-fiction Book Discussion
Group on Thursday, April 8 at the Sanibel
Public Library. The group, led by Duane
E. Shaffer, will meet at 2 p.m. in Meeting
Room #4.
World War II was the most destructive
war in history and caused the greatest dis-
location of cultural artifacts. Hundreds of
thousands of items remain missing. The
main burden fell to a few hundred men and
women, curators and archivists, artists and
art historians from 13 nations. Their task
was to save and preserve what they could
of Europe's great art, and they were called
the Monuments Men. Edsel has presented
their achievements in documentaries and
photographs. He and Witter (co-author of
the bestselling Dewuey) are no less success-
ful here. Focusing on the organization's
role in northwest Europe, they describe the
Monuments Men from their initial mission
to limit combat damage to structures and
artifacts to their changed focus of locating
missing items. Most had been stolen by the
Nazis. In southern Germany alone, over a thousand caches emerged, containing every-
thing from church bells to insect collections. The story is both engaging and inspiring.
In the midst of a total war, armies systematically sought to mitigate cultural loss.
The Fiction Book Discussion Group will meet on Wednesday, April 28 at 2 p.m.
to discuss Bleeding Kansas by Sara Paretsky. The story revolves around wo families,
linked by their midwestern pioneer pasts and dark family secrets, threaten to be torn
apart when the son of one of the families is killed in Iraq.#


Chefs W~rite Book


Kristy Kiernan
Thursday,
April 8th at 6 pm




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ABWA Poker Pedal Is Coming Up Fast
submitted by Barbara Davis

April 11, j '1 :
the Sanibel- a a
Captiva Chapter l
of the American
Business Women'st sihhana T 4 I
Association will
be sponsoring
Poker Pedal fund-
raiser. Visit seven

sponsors and col-
lect a playing card C
at each spot. The ~
best poker handsofte 1 u ie s1


dka a t ,niln
jewelry and, of *,w..
course, a new Participants collect their cards at Suncatcher's Dream
bicycle. Pre regis-
tration is $30 and applications are available at Bank of the Islands, Sanibel Captiva
Community Bank, Tom Louwer s Tax and Accounting, and Island Nutrition Center.
You can bring your own bike or rent one from ABWA. Walkers are welcome too.
Try your luck and see if you can pick the winning hand from the cards at sponsor loca-
tions. It is great family fun. All participants will receive a commemorative T-shirt and
there will be an After Pedal Party at The Community House. Poker Pedal is gener-
ously sponsored by Bank of the Islands and Barrier Island Title Services. All proceeds
benefit ABWA s scholarship fund. For more information contact Fay Carney at
395-1767.


Sanibel School Students Are Winners

In Bailey's Spring Art Contest
w~elve Sanibel
T School stu-
Sd ntwere


Center Merc~h ns
students from kin-
dergarten through 0
third grade were
picture of spring on .C
Sanibel. More than .
150 entries were : -~~r~C
received. . T ,
The winners were:
Kindergarten
- Maya Brown,
Annabel Crater and
Zofia Costa Kathryn Kortegast
First grade -
McKenna Sprecher, Tyler Johns and Rebecca Congress
Second grade Grace Ireland, Andrew McCallion and Angelina Durazzo
continued on page 46B


Rachel Michner


HAPPENINGS HEALTH


APRIL 2, 2010


community volunteers at the first meeting of Sanibel Beautification, Inc. Jack Samler,
Linda Logan, Keith Trowbridge, Rita Stauss, Ada Shissler, Caren Herman, Jimmie Chew,
Pat Neitzke, Susan Dunn

Sanibel Beautificationl0th Birthdaly

that the Lindgren Boulevard medians were unsightly.
Scraggly, unkempt vegetation combined with litter and debris created an unat-
tractive impression of the area. Coincidentally, the Association of Realtors was looking
for a public relations project.
continued on page 34B





2B ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010


Ladies 3.5 winners Jan Grier, Joyce Verdi, Bridget Funk and Marjorie Pacheco with Erick
Lindblad, executive director of SCCF


Men's 3.5 winners John Gersack, Phil Howard, Alan Wortzel and Dick Schneider


Tory Burch, Martha and Rick Siders.
Match Sponsors were Tom and Mimi
Adams, Mike Kelly, John and Deborah
La Gorce and Barefoot Charley s
Painting. Set Sponsors were Bailey's
General Store, Fran Cameron, Dick
and Nancy Curtin, Don and Ginny
Egensteiner, Tim and Carol Gardner, Ron
and Phyllis Gibson, Suzanne & Fredarick
Gobel, Jane Hanger, Island Chiropractic,
Island Graphics, Larry and Jeannette
James, Liddy Johnson, Sally Reed, Paul
and Lucy Roth, Charlie and Caroline
LeGette, Rose and Jack Rogers, Sallie
Soule, Patrick and April Tzanis, Nanelle
Wehmann and Bob Wigley.
Game Sponsors were Bill and Carol
Fenniman, Harry and Mona Gleitz,
Inge and Henry Glissman, Island Sun
newspaper, Ken and Pam Monahan,


PocoLoco s, Carol and Bill Rosenberg,
Jodi Cort and Warren Schwab, Sanibel-
Captiva Community Bank, Charlie
Sobczak and Molly Heuer and Jack and
Starr Thomas.
The winner of the Luc Century raffle
took home a gorgeous bowl with deeply
etched Loggerhead Sea Turtles on it.
Silent auction donations were received
from Myra Roberts, who designed a
giclee print depicting her interpreta-
tion of SCCF over the years; Marcia
Feeney of Interiors by Decorating Den
donated a silk flower arrangement; Lily &
Company Jewelers donated three pieces
of Marahlogo jewelry including a neck-
lace, earrings and ring; Catering by Leslie
Adams donated a five-course catered din-
ner for four; The St. Francis Inn Bed &
Breakfast in St. Augustine donated a two-


night stay; The Hammerheads hand-built
a high top table with a Kym Nader hand
painted loggerhead turtle on it; Joe and
Joyce Pignotti donated a four-night stay
at the Sundial Beach Resort; the Estate
of Theodore Cross donated a first edition
copy of his book, Waterbirds.M






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13-14, raising over $22,500 for the
foundation s general operating fund.
A cocktail party kicked off the event
on Friday, March 12, with over 75
players and sponsors attending. Hors
d oeuvres were by Leslie Adams Catering.
This year s Presenting Sponsor was
the Sanibel-Captiva Trust Company.
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Ladies 4.0 Winners Nancy Day, Debbie Fairbanks, Holly Mclntosh and Libby McMillan


4B ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010
From page 2B

SC CF Ten n is Tou r natm ent


Men's 4.0- Winners Richard Gollin, James Gollin, Kirk William and Jimmy Fay


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Mixed 4.0 Winners Anne and Bill Wright and Tracy and Robert DiBiase


4.5 Mixed Winners Ken and Pam Monahan, Diane Geater and Blake Matherly






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next door, new roof, new
kitchen, & more on
Martha's Ln $399K


Top-floor nicely updated
& well furnished
Gulfside Place 2 bedrm
plus den wlfabulous
beach view $1.099M








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$399K furnished


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Close to beach, golf & Build your island home
tennis, Pyrula Ave home in The Dunes golf &
w/nearly 3500 sq. ft. of tennis community,
living space, elevator, nicely wooded lot at
pool, & more $1.495M 1118 Sand Castle $399K


Just off East Gulf Dr,
this residential lot is
tucked away on a quiet
sandy lane, very close to
the beach $349K


Wooded single-family lot
in The Sanctuary near
end of Baltusrol cul-de-
sac & overlooking 10th
fairway $269K


Over 1/2 acre on
Sanibel Bayous cul-de-
sac, short walk to Clam
Bayou & Bowman's
Beach $449K


West Gulf Dr beach
access is at the end of
the street from Sanibel
River Estates west-
facing lot $249K


Oversized residential
parcel ready for single-
family home in Belle
Meade, in handy mid-
island location $224K


One of Shell Harbor's
largest lots, intersecting
canal view, patio dock,
& beach access
837 Limpet Dr $995K


Near-beach updated
ground-level 3 bedrm w/
both living & great rms,
FL room & this screened
pool, for only $449.9K


Rented seasonally as
"Seagrass Cottage", this
Sanibel Shores pool
home really is steps-to-
beach $499K


Easy 1-bedrm condo w/
nightly on-site rental
income at Colonnades,
aka The Colony, near
east-end beach $194K


Kings Crown #212
private corner 2 bedrm
w/extra side windows,
glassed balcony, & view
of gulf beach $699K


Captains Walk #F5 is an Lowest-priced Sanibel
end-unit 2 bedrm that's condo, this Captains
been updated from Walk 1 bedrm is ground-
kitchen to baths $334K level w/updated kitchen,
has wsherdrye too bath, & tile $189.9K


Beach-front condo w/
private waterside stairs
& guaranteed income at
Casa Ybel Resort
$695K furnished


3-bedrm Kings Crown
#211, 2nd floor end-unit
wlwater view & years of
successful rentals
$799K furnished


3rd floor 2 bedrm at
Loggerhead Cay facing
the beach, not currently
in a rental program but
fully-equipped $474K


Top-floor canal-side
Mariner Pointe 2 bedrm
wlannual tenant who
wants to remain & bay
view too $305K


Vaulted ceilings expand
Mariner Pointe #1043 on
the top floor with direct
water views both front &
back $379.9K


Gulf-front walk-out
handy to pool & beach,
earning terrific rental
income in on-site
program $699K


New kitchen, baths, &
much much more at this
Pointe Santo 2 bedrm
gulf-view end-unit w/
excellent income $849K


Tennisplace 2 bedrm
top-floor canal-view w/
community dockage,
pool, tennis & beach
access $299K furnished


Pointe Santo 3 bedrm w/
long lagoon/courtyard
view to the beach, many
years producing income
$999K furnished


Well-maintained & nicely
furnished 2 bedrm at
Sanibel Siesta wl2
balconies, garage,
income, & more $524K


Nearly 4000 sq. ft. of
gulf-front luxury at
Sedgemoor, Sanibel's
newest condo complex
$2.79M furnished


Newly remodeled
Spanish Cay 2-bedrm
end-unit wlbeach across
street & water views on
3 sides $349.5K


Add to your basket today!


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6B ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010


Mets giving high fives to the opposing team at the end of a game

Little League Highlights
submitted by Eric Pfeifer
Sanibel-Captiva Little League is well under way and approximately 170 kids are
playing ball at the fields. Thirty kids are playing tee ball every Saturday morn-
Sing at 9 a.m. This is our feeder system for the older leagues, so we encourage
all four- and five-year-olds to come out even if they haven't already signed up.
The Minor League Boys division has four teams: Pirates, Red Sox, Cubs and Mets.
The returning champs from last year, Mets, have gotten off to a strong start, but a
couple of teams are hot on their trail. These guys play Friday nights at 6 p.m. under
the lights. The Minor League Girls have only two teams this year, the Thunder and
Heat. Maybe we would have had more girls sign up if they knew they would be wear-
ing the newest and coolest sleeveless uniforms. The girls play Saturday mornings at 9
a.m.


Angels


In the Major League division, the girls have four very competitive teams. Last year,
the girls all finished within one game of each other, and this year looks like we will
have a similar situation. The Dodgers are in the lead, but the Mets, Phillies and Blue
Jays could catch up by the end of next week. Come watch the girls play Tuesday
nights at 6 p.m. The boys have two very strong teams this year, so the Angels and
Red Sox are locked up at 3-3 each. We have a plethora of strong pitchers this year
with Taylor Williams and Thomas Coyne leading the Sox while Joey Aulino, Dylan
Reel and Nick Atkinson share time on the mound for the Angels. You can watch these
great hurlers play Tuesday nights at 6 p.m. and Saturday mornings at 10 a.m.
As always, none of this could be possible without the coaches and sponsors.
Thanks to all of you who are making Little League possible on Sanibel. Play ball!M


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ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010 7B


DIRE CTO RS


Opened on January 21, 2003 and is the only bank chartered on Sanibel Island.
Profitable each year since opening.
Total assets were $237 million as of December 31, 2009.
Book Value per share as of December 31, 2009 was $15.84 per share.
Member FDIC. Equal Housing Lender.
President Craig Albert has been a Sanibel resident and banker for 25 years.


Rene Affourtit
Craigf Albert
Francis Bailey
Joseph Fisher
Lyman Frank
David Hall
Martin Harrity


Thomas Louwers
Janet McBee
Jerry McHale
Tim Murty
Ken Nirenbergf
David Owens


COMMON STOCK FOR SALE

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA COMMUNITY BANCORP, INC.
1565 Red Cedar Drive, Fort Myers, Florida 33907 | 239.939.4100
A Holding Company which is divesting itself of.: .n- ownership in Sanibel Captiva Community Bank.


497, 068 shares ofSanibel Captiva Community Bank Common Stock

is ofered for sale at $13. 80 per share.

Call David Hall at 239.210.2345 or Amy Breault at 239.210.2242 for a copy of the
Confidential Proposal for Sale of Bank Shares and a Subscription Agreement.


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Printing Color Copies Booklets/Bindings
Flyers/Brochures B&W Copies Laminating
SSigns and Banners Business Cards Rubber Stamps
Notary Public Freight Shipping Fax Services
Phone 239-454-7111 16970-3 San Carlos Blvd
Fax 239-454-6222 Ft. Myers, FL 33908
Email store3031 @theupsstore.com In the Publix Plaza


UNIT F301 SUNDIAL RESORT GULF FRONT
Refurbished 3rd fl, corner unit with wrap-around Ianai. Beautful Direct Gulf view
from large 2 bedroom, 2/bath.Watch the sunsets from your Ianai & walk white
sandy beaches! Stand alone building overlooking private pool on Gulf. Newly
painted &new carpet installed. Remodeled with New Tommy Bahama furnishings.
Income Property Modvated Seller-Sellers Loss, Buyers Gain! NOW S635,000


UNIT D205 2ND FLOOR -THIS ISA SHORTSALETropical lush setting for
this furnished 2/2 condo only steps to the Gulf waters from your 2/2 Furnished
condo. All the amenites for your guests and families to enjoy in the large heated
pool, Tennis courts and on-site rental program.Mid Island locason at Blind Pass
and close to Ding Darling Sanctuary, Shell Museum, Recreational Center. Short
distance to Capsva Island. This is a Short Sale...Lender Approved.


Luna Sea" Renovated open concept tiled kitchen with breakfast bar, new appliances
and wood flooring through out home. Light & bright ground level 3 bedroom with new
furnishings and accessories. Tranquil private gardens with Perwinkle blue trim and
soft mued tones interior. Newer roof, wiring, plumbing irrigation system. Upgraded
bath shower tile and vanities. Mins.to Gulf side Beach access &Park. Must be seen
to appreciate this adorable home "Luna Sea" $435,000



This compltahas it all! Directwaterfront SunsetView on Intercoastal.
2 bed/2/bath, Newly renovated Rool, Lush Landscaping Play area, Shuffleboard,
waterfalIfeatures,Tennis, Fishing Piers.Punta Rassa owners have a Socid
Membership to San bel Harbour Yacht Club. Boat dockage, wet & dry dlips ava1. to
purchase. Bring an offer .www.puntarassa.org Starting fmom $214,900+


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This is a spacious waterfront 2/2 condo with sunset views off
your Lanai, located on freshwater canal with boat dock. Mins, to
Caloosachee River. Amenities include: pool, spa, tennis, fishing
pier, docks, marina. gated community mins, from Sanibel & Ft.
Myers Beach. Priced to sell quickly! Now $159,900


This "Florida Style" home is on 330" of canal on East-End on over 1/2
acre. Two story with w/ 3bed, 2ibath, upper deck and Loft off Master
Bedroom, newer Maple Kitchen custom,cabinets, granite counters,
wood flooring, carpet, and boat dock. Large screen pool with cabana
room. Room for family compound. This is approved "SHORT SALE"
by Lender. Cannot replace this home at this price. Now $625,000!


128y Par V ew Lot ....SOLD ........$199,000
1299 Par VieW.....8Vailable ...$275,000
New build construction package available. Build your dream
home on Sanibel River in Beachview Estates on 18 hole
Golf Course, restaurant, Tennis, deeded beach access.


8B ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010

Dunes Womens Golf Championship

played a Club Championship on Friday, March 26. Results:
Round 3 of 3 RD 1 RD 2 RD 3 Total
1st Place Karen Hendricks 79 75 78 232
2nd Place Nancy Greenberg 81 89 77 247
Daphne Hellmuth had a hole-in-one on #11
Round 2 of 2 for Flights A, B, C, & D
Flight A RD 1 RD 2 Total
1st Place Grethe Christensen 96 95 191
2nd Place Maryann Czarnecki 102 90 192
Flight B RD1 RD2 Total
1st Place Kenene Weymouth 87 90 177
2nd Place Jana Stone 91 86 177
Won in an on-course playoff
Flight C RD 1 RD 2 Total
1st Place Toni Warren 95 107 202
2nd Place Pat Wentling 94 113 207
Flight D RD 1 RD 2 Total
1st Place Maureen Rains 107 101 208
2nd Place Rosemary Ryan 112 118 230
Chip-ins: Irmingard Markusch, #6.4


Bowman Beach 2 lots available, beach access, survey
Build a family compound! (Near Blind Pass Condos)100 X 225 & 100 X 229 Now $375,000 each
Sanibel Beachview Golf & Tennis from $275,000+
Ft. Myers- 2 lots- Cottage Point-near Sanibel, Survey 100 X 200 from $125,000 -$127,0


Toni Warren, Jana Stone, Kenene Weymouth, Nancy Greenberg, Karen Hendricks, Grethe
Christensen, Rosemary Ryan, Pat Wentling, Maureen Rains


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10B ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010
FOR E The Children Golf Invitational
The Children s Home Society is gearing up for its annual FORE the Children
Charity Golf Invitational presented by Gartner on Friday, April 23 at Colonial
Country Club, Fort Myers. Funds raised will benefit programs that serve chil-
dren and families in Southwest Florida communities.
The scramble-style event begins with registration at 7:30 a.m. and a shotgun start
at 8 a.m. Registration is $85 for individuals or $300 per foursome and includes con-
tinental breakfast, lunch, greens fees, a sleeve of balls per player, prizes and awards.


Dixie Buick GMC is the tournament s hole-in-one sponsor.
Last year s event raised nearly $10,000 to benefit Children s Home Society pro-
grams which include pregnancy counseling and infant adoptions, Healthy Families Lee
and Collier, independent living (teens in foster care), case management for develop-
mentally disabled persons, mental health counseling for children, Cribs for Kids, and
Early Learning Services. The division s programs and services directly impact the lives
of more than 7,000 children and families every day in five counties.
.Registration is available online at: www.forethechildren.org or request a mail-in reg-
istration form or sponsorship information by calling 275-3049.4


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NEAR BEACH SHORT SALE SANIBEL MOORINGS


Rarely available 1 bedroom on canal side of
complex. Top condition, "A" rated unit with
exceptional rental history. On site rentals, pools,
beach, tennis, boat dockage & more, $329,923.


Quiet Cardium Street location, near pool & beach,
view of courtyard & pool. 2 bedrooms + loft.
Offered for $339,933 completely furnished.


Red Sox Celebrity
Classic Raises
Funds For Hospital
Tsspdring ih OB04san 2R 7So
Talent their time and talents to raise
awareness and funds for The Children s
Hospital of Southwest Florida. This signa-
ture fundraiser takes place each year on
the beautiful championship golf courses
of The Forest Country Club. The evening
prior to the Red Sox Celebrity Classic,
The Boston Red Sox Tee Party is held
for golfers and their guests and also takes
place at The Forest Country Club. In
addition, each March, City of Palms Park
is the setting for The Boston Red Sox
Children s Hospital Diamond Dinner, pre-
sented this year by Outback Steakhouse
of Fort Myers. Chair of the three events
was Forest Country Club resident Ron
McEwan. Honorary chair was recent Hall
of Fame inductee and Boston Red Sox
hero Jim Rice.
All funds raised were matched dollar-
for-dollar by generous philanthropist
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BEAUTIFUL LAKE VIEWS
* Olde Florida style home on two lots
* Stainless appliances, fireplace, furnished
* Pool, outdoor kitchen, lots of storage
* Storm shutters, meticulous in & out
* $539,000 (2100072) Call Jim Hall


THREE BOKT DOCKS
* That's right- 3 boat docks! Gorgeous views of Sunset Bay
* Great cottage with nightly rentals-great income
*Deeded beach access directly across from the beach
*All redone from studs out
* $795,000 (2701846) Call Jim Hall


THE DUNES!
* Lake front townhouse, beautiful views
* Upgraded, remodeled kitchen, high ceilings
* Wrap around deck, fully furnished
* 2BR/2BA very well maintained
* $389,000 (2100263) Call Jim Hall


ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010 llB


SANDALFOOT CONDOMINIUM
* Top floor corner unit with direct gulf views
* Redone, tile floors, corian countertops
* Great income producing opportunity
* 2 BD/2 BA, furnished, pool, tennis, beach
* $599,000 (2900260) Call Jim Hall


BAY FRONT WITH DOCK
* 4 BR home on + acre w/ breathtaking views
* Oversized pool, soaring ceilings, very private
* Game room, multiple decks, media room
* Fireplace, large master, exercise room
* $3,595,000 (2801635) Call Jim Hall


BEACH AND GULF!
* Steps to the beach & located in Beachview
* 3BR, office, formal LRIDR, fireplaced family rm
* European kitchen, raised pool & spa, great river views
* Concrete construction, new paint & carpet
* $879,000 (2100356) Call Jim Hall


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IMPRESSIVE FROM TOP TO BOTTOM
* Beachview locale w/lake, golf course views
* Guest "pod", office, great room, fireplace
* Gourmet kitchen, stone & wood flooring
* Screened pool, expansive storage, walk to beach
* $1,795,000 (441360) Call Jim Hall


CANAL AND RIVER VIEWS
* 4BR/5BA/2 HALF BATHS custom built home, pool & spa
* Marble floors, formal fireplaced LR w/ 25' ceilings, furnished
* Wet bar, wine room, billiard room, formal DR, 2 docks
* His & Hers baths, office, 3 guest bedrooms en-suite
* $3,995,000 (2100017) Call Jim Hall


DIRECT ACCESS HOMESITE
* Deep water lot in Palm Acres
* Pie shaped with extra canal frontage
* 75' Trex boat dock designed for 2 lifts
* 145' of seawall, views to open waterway
* $549,000 (2900719) Call Jim Hall


TOTALLY REREDONE LIKE NEW
* 3 bedroom home on huge lot on cul-de-sac
* Wood floors throughout, gorgeous kitchen
* Remodeled bathrooms, screened lanai
* Lots of storage, great room, shows perfect
* $525,000 (2901201) Call Jim Hall


GULF FRONT HOUSE & "GUEST" HOUSE
* 5BR/5BA w/ gorgeous gulf views shows perfect!
* Wood floors, 2 fireplaces, elevator, custom eat-in kitchen
* Family + LR w/ fireplace & built-ins, his/hers baths
* Office, 3 BR guest house, pool & tennis, acre plus
* $4,995,000 (2801645) Call Jim Hall


CUSTOM BUILT IN S. FT. MYERS
* Very private, oversized one acre lot
* 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath, ground level
* Formal living & dining rooms, wood floors
* Beautiful pool patio area, great location
* $895,000 (2800087) Call Jim Hall


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* Direct beach front 3BR/2BA condo
* Small complex of only six units
* Large enclosed lanai with wet bar
* Gulf front pool, shared tennis, furnished
* $1,249,000 (2900942) Call Jim Hall


CAPTIVA CHARMER
* Almost new, cottage style, direct beach front
* Incredible quality, 2 fireplaces, wood floors
* Gourmet kitchen, detailed mouldings
* Fully furnished, great rental potential
* $2,695,000 (2901079) Call Jim Hall


INCREDIBLE GULF VIEWS
* 2 BR Kings Crown condominium home
* Direct beach views, excellent condition
* Pool, tennis, on-site management
* Furnished, rented for season, priced to sell
* $799,000 (2801670) Call Jim Hall


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12B ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010
Around The Islands With Anne

Island Cow Has Plenty To Moo
About, Pinocchio's Creates

Easter Basket Ice Cream
by Anne Mitchell

This colorful and lively Sanibel eatery has been named
in the top five places in Florida to eat breakfast by
Sothhe eitorivickmd whtthey called "great takes" on familiar
hr morning foods and came up with five winners.
At the "flip-flop friendly"
Island Cow, they noted that
the brightly-hued restaurant
"-b *F::feeds nearly 1,000 children
and their families some days.
"Heaps of coconut French
toast are extremely popular, as are the home-
made granola and berries," according to Southern
Living writer Andy Schrader. "The grits with
andouille sausage are also good the alternat- -


ing salty, spicy and creamy flavors make
yeo want tohatdenna oslowlyttoonsa datthe
Christina, daughter of owners Brian and
Elke Podlasek, is the Cow's "official muff in
stgher breakfast items include Pigs in
a Pancake and Be Crabby, a crab cake
served with eggs, melted cheeses and grits.
The Island Cow's extensive menu is
loaded with options for breakfast, lunch
and dinner, with plenty of kid-friendly por-
tions and choices and covers the gamut
arombr sdte s oa safcd s ladd n ugeartsor
mat.
mTI e Island Cow is at 2163 Periwinkle
Way, Sanibel, phone 472-0606.
Pinocchio's recently released its 2010 ar f
limited edition T-shirt with local artist p r
Terry Gardiner's rendering of the Sanibel a O r,
Original Italian Ice Cream Shop on the
east end of the island. Full color tees are
$19.95 for adults and children. Babies and
tots can also get in style with toddler and
rompers starting at $11.95.
The first batch of T-shirts sold out in Hostess Stephanie at The Island Cow serv-
two weeks; now more have arrived. ing a bowl of granola and berries
Terry Gardiner Pinocchio's prints are
also available in custom painted clocks for $99.95, signed note cards and limited edi-
tion prints.
Owners Donna and Tom Puma suggest you try their newest flavor, Easter Basket
Ice Cream vanilla-based with chocolate, marshmallows, lime sprinkles and all the
goodies you would find in your basket from the Bunny. Their deluxe enrobed waffle
cones are very popular and a work of art in themselves, covered in colorful choco-
lates, sugars and confections.
Pinocchio's signature ice cream flavors include World Famous Sanibel, Dirty Sand
Dollar, Purple Cow and Mocha Java. There's also frozen yogurt. How about home-
made Key Lime yogurt in a bowl, or a hurricane whipped with pineapple and toasted
coconut.
Pinocchio's has popular gift certificates, hats, aprons and tote bags to help fill your




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Located just steps to your own private beach
aCcess, this 5 years old home has 4br/3.5baths,

gourmet kitchen with an open airy floor plan.
Huge fenced in yard & caged pool & much more!!!


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It's not just the ice creams that come in myriad fla-
vors and colors so do the "chocolate-robed" cones


An Animal Cracker is the signature
of the ice creams at Pinocchio's


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This im pecca bly mai ntai ned traditionalI style home
sits on a quiet stretch of Par View Drive and affords
gracious views of Beachview Country Club. The
master suite features a bathroom outfitted his and
her 34" pedestal sinks and large walk-in closet. Split I I
floor plan offers an additional 3BR/1BA. Relax on the ,
45' x 12' covered lanai which compliments the sunny
southern exposure and is the perfect place to enjoy 180 degree tee to green views of
the 14th hole or make use of the heated in ground pool. Just a short stroll away is the
beach, golf clu b, tennis cl ub a nd resta ura nt. Offered partially furnished for $759,000.


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ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010 13B
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.
continued on page 32\B


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
each week, phone 395-400)0.
Twilight Cafe has live music with
Jeff Key fom 7 p.m. to close on Fridays,


along with a late evening two-for-one
happy hour in its newly-remodeled bar,
which now has a full liquor license. John
McClane plays jazz at the Wednesday
Jazz and Sushi Nights. The restaurant is
at 2761 West Gulf Drive, Sanibel, phone
472-8818.
Danny Morgan plays on Tuesdays and
Thursday at Traders Store & Cafe,
phone 472-7242.
The Jacaranda 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;


Coconut French toast was mentioned in
the SouthemnLiving article
Easter basket of treasures. Bright
colorful chocolate seashells and Parisien
macaroons shipped from France are two
of the goodies you can find at this land-
mark.
Pinocchio s is open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
daily and located at 362 Periwinkle Way,
phone 472-6566. Go to www.pinocchi-
osicecream.com for more information.


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Located in the private Yachting
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features 4 bedroom suites, a walk-
in wine cooler, game room, exercs
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Located in St Charles Harbour this
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Pinocchio's T-shirts are in a yummy lime
green and come in sizes from infants to
adults

LIVE ON THE ISLANDS
The New Vinyls are playing at the
Crow's Nest at 'Tween Waters Inn on
Captiva tonight and Saturday, April 3,
starting at 9 p.m. Taylor Stokes is the
raes ar esc edue fo T a sasrnadb
Thursday. Phone 472-5161.
McT's Shrimp House & Tavern
on Sanibel has entertainment on
Saturday, phone 472-3161.
Ellington's Jazz Bar and
Resetau a~nt has live jaz seven nights
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. '


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14B ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010
Buntrock W~ins First
5267 LADYFINGER LAKE RD. Mini-Cribbage Tournament

'$699,000 ob Buntrock, Butch Bouchard, and Becky Skog are the first three qualifiers
for the Cribbage Champion of Champion Round-Robin Tournament to be
FifSt time (October) offered for sale! Built in '1987 and recently held on Monday, April 26 at American Legion Post 123. They earned their
entry tickets by placing first, second, and third in the first mini-cribbage tournament
updated, you must visit this home to appreciate the qualities. at the Legion on March 29.
Each contestant in the mini-tournament played five games of cribbage against
Spanish tile w/ ca rpeted bedrooms.0Open kitchen w/ granite, opponents selected by random draw. Game winners earned 121 points per game.
Top score for the evening was 596 points. This was produced by Bob Buntrock with
vaulted ceilings, 2 car garage, pool and pati0. four out of five wins. Pete Mindel, who earlier had pronounced himself "the best crib-
bage player on Sanibel or Captiva" didn't win a game and posted a record-breaking
F rM low five-game total of 487.
Holding the highest hand for the evening at 24 points were John Earle and Mike
Martinez. Also, Pete Mindel was the only player skunked when he failed to count 90
A' or more points in one game.
,' Three more mini-tournaments will be held on April 5, 12, and 19 at Legion Post
123. Anyone wanting to play can sign up before 6 p.m. on any of the Mondays. The
g top three winners in each mini-tournament become eligible for the round-robin tourna-
ment to name the top cribbage player of Sanibel-Captiva for 2010.0

SDalton Wins Two
.. The First Week In Nine-Ball
ine-ball pool tournaments will be run at American Legion Post 123 every
A. ~dent Jack Dalton. When Dalton has signed up eight players who have paid
$5 entry fee, a single game-double elimination tournament begins on the Legion's
two coin-operated pocket billiard tables. The winner of each tournament takes
(all John Fjeldstad for an appointment! (hort notice is fne.) home $40.
Broker Associate On Monday, March 29, Dalton was able to produce four separate tournaments
-GRI, Sanibel-Captiva Island Specialist, from 6 to 10 p.m. Winners were Doug "Fresh" Conaway, Bob Buntrock, and Jack
Cell: (239) 989.4998 Dalton twice. In one tournament Dalton had to come from the loser's side to beat
Rich McCurny two times to earn first place money.
Home Office: (239) 472.5187 x 324 Interested players can show up any time from 6 to 9 p.m. on a Monday night at
800.553.7338 x 324 or 239.472.5187 x 324 Legion Post 123, mile marker 3 on Sanibel-Captiva Road, and Dalton will make sure
you have an opportunity to play in a tournament.M



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16B ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010

Sanibel Gains


N rth F rt Myf f OSY
submitted by Bob Buntrock
F in!! The Sanibel 8-Ball Pool
League revenged its two previous
Losses and defeated the North Fort
Myers Senior Pool League 19-13 at
Del Tura Community Billiard Room on
Tuesday, March 23. In 2008 and 2009
the Sanibel team got whipped 20-12
and 10-6.
Each side selected its top eight play-
ers available to play at this annual season
ending event for both leagues. Matches
were set by blind draw and each play shot
four games against his or her opponent.
Playing for Sanibel were: Terry
Ricotta, Bob Buntrock, Rich Ennis, Dave
Doane, Doc Lubinski, John Earle, Barb
Chance, and Kip Buntrock. North Fort
Myers shooters were: Marvin Risner, Jim
Jarvis, Steve Moore, Ed Ouillette, Tom
Ewald, Al Sutherland, Butch Taylor, and
Harry Christopher.
Sanibel's hero for the event was Doc
Lubinski. With North Fort Myers lead-
ing 10-6 Lubinski won all four from his
opponent to tie the score. Rich Ennis
took it to 13-11 with his three wins and
Bob Buntrock and Dave Doane won six
of tthe last eight games to close out the
The Sanibel league played 21 weeks
this season with four teams playing on
the only two pool tables on the island


available for public play. The North Fort
Myers team has 10 teams from seven
North Fort Myers communities. Their
league runs 18 weeks and utilizes 16
tables at the various communities to play
their matches.
Along with this annual home and
home event the Sanibel league ended its
season with an awards banquet hosted
by Legion Post 123. Town and Country
Vending also opened its two tables for
complimentary play for a Scotch-doubles
eight ball tournament held as part of the
banquet festivities.
Cash awards went to the four league
teams: Bunt's Ball Busters, $550 for
first place; One Ball Wonders, $450
for second; Fresh Legion Crew, $350
for third; and Sanibel Cafta, $250 for
fourth. Terry Ricotta won an award as
the league's top percentage shooter at
88 percent and Bob Buntrock won an
award for posting the most 4-0 nights -
nine out of the 21-week season. Scotch
Doubles Tournament winners were: First
Place, Jimbo Gaubatz and Rich McCurry;
Second Place, Tom Hensel and Pete
Mindel; and Third Place, John Earle and
Gator Gates.
League play starts again in October.
Email bobbuntrock@comcast.com or call
274-7881 to sign up.#



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3rd Place
Gordon Rains 57*
Maureen Rains
Jay Sleiter
Cathy Sleiter
Won in a scorecard playoff.a

Mem be r Guest
The Dunes Golf & Tennis held a
Member-Guest Practice Round
.tournament for individual quota
points. The following players exceeded
their quota:
Jack Roberts +5
Bill Hotchkiss +5
Bruce Sprinkle +5
Jerry Muench +5
Hubert Whitaker +5
Phil Pilibosian +5
Mike Hnatow +4
Hal Whitaker +4
Bob Rohl +3
Howard Dwyer +2
Tony Burke +2
Doug Mallon +2
Peter Cline +1
George Scarles +1
Gordon Rains +1
John Plumpton +1
David Oie +1
Dick Jones +1.M


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Dunes Nifty Niners

he Dunes Golf & Tennis Club Nifty
on Thursday, March 25. Results:
1st Robin Cohan 24.2
Judy Yenkole
Jeanne Mallon
2nd Sue Norpell 27.7
Maureen O'Brien
Kay Wightman
Joan Dyke
T-3rd Valerie Hotchkiss 29.3
Gay Nichols
Sue Altum
Nancy Hopkins
T-3rd Julie O'Neill 29.3
Peggy Hogg
Phyllis Koury
Pat Haggerty.#


Dunes Sunday

C'Ouples

he Dunes Golf & Tennis Club
Scramble Score of the 2 tourna-
ment on Sunday, March 28. Results:
1st Place
Jerry Muench 52
June Muench
Dave Blue
Gussie Blue

2H kP cuemphrey 56
Ann Humphn%

Kenene Weymouth


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Zimek(A dlgtTmf tae (B Flight)
Trophies were also given to the win-
ners of three new season-long competi-
tions initiated by President Fellows: Low
Gross Score, Barn} Humphries and
Rich Rompala at 73; Low Net Score,
Humphries (again) and Bill Blankenship
at 58.
The annual President's Cup, similar to
pro golf's FedX Cup, is awarded to the
golfer who wins the most points in offi-
cial Beachview tournament play. Fellows
announced that the inaugural winner
of the 2010 President's Cup was Rene
Lohser, who edged out Rich Rompala by
two points.
Fellows adjourned the meeting and
members went home well-fed, entertained
and inspired, but sorry that the 2009-10
Beachview golf season was nearing its
end.M





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neWS with us.
Call1 395-1213
Fax: 395-2299
or email
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Beachview President Bill Fellows presents a
trophy to 2010 Club Champion Bill Stell
company, but she denied it.
Fellows reported that the associa-
tion added 14 new members during the
season and achieved healthy turnouts for
the many Tuesday, Saturday, and special
tournaments. He stated that controver-
sial gold tee handicaps were adjusted to
USGA standards, but after being drubbed
by goldies all season, white tee players
remained skeptical.
A four-man Beachview team com-
peted in Florida's first state pro-am
tournament and finished a respectable
11th out of 73 teams. Congratulations
to Beachview aces Rich Rompala, Bill


Beachview Club Pro Scott Hatto presents
the 2010 President's Cup to Rene Lohser
Stell, Scott Hatto and Bill Fellows. The
Fall Classic, Club Championship, and
Beachview/Dunes events were great suc-
cesses (despite the loss to The Dunes),
and the member-guest event even made
money for the association thanks to the
hard work of Jerry Mader. Oh, and con-
gratulations to Cort Meader for his hole-
in-one.
Next, Fellows awarded beautiful Luc
Century etched glass trophies to top flight
finishers in the club championship, includ-
ing first-time Club Champion Bill Stell. In
a surprise move, the normally loquacious
Arkansan accepted his trophy without
comment. Other flight winners were Fred


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18B ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010

Beach view Men

Reap Awards at
Annual Meeting
by John Boynton
Annual meetings are usu-
ally boring affairs, but not the
annual Beachview Men's Golf
Association Cocktail and Awards Night!
The Beachview Steakhouse dining room
was overflowing with a genial crowd of
golfers and wives, an assortment of deli-
cious hot and cold hors d'oeuvres pro-
vided by Carrie Dillis and her staff, and
a busy bar in the corner.
President Bill Fellows stood up and
complimented Dillis for her food and
flexibility throughout the year. He also
praised the service provided by Head
Golf Professional Scott Hatto, Mike
Jerrard, John Martin, and the rest of the
golf staff.
Association officers and committee
chairs were recognized for their hard
work: Jay Allen, vice president; Wayne
Turner, treasurer (thank you to Bill Sadd
for many years of service in this posi-
tion); Anthony Baldino, handicap chair;
John Boynton and Ed O'Neil, publicity;
Jerry Mader, member-guest chair. Mader
thanked Bill Fellows for his hard work
and dedication as president.
When former president Dave Bugby
was called upon for his traditional annual
meeting joke he declined. All eyes turned
to his wife Jill, who some accused of nix-
ing Dave's material as too spicy for mixed


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Major Mackenzie Rohl Shultz, her husband Ted and sons Jack, 3, and Ryan, I

The Nifty Niners golf league at The Dunes Golf & Tennis club is doing its part
Rohl's daughter Major Mackenzie Rohl Shultz is stationed in Afghanistan and
Roberta is taking care of Shultz's two young sons, Jack, three, and Ryan, one, at
their home in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Niners group has accepted donations of various items, including snacks,
toilet products and magazines, just to name a few, and have sent several boxes to
Mackenzie in Afghanistan, said Sue Lopez. "They have also sent packages to Jack
and Ryan to let them know that more than just Mom and Dad are thinking of them,
Lopez said.




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ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010 19B

Majo n sholtz zofis eduawe of hetAr iF rc hAca y ra is her husband Ted. She is
If anyone else wants to help, Lopez can be reached at 395-1798.M


on,"alus 's round w ultd hvearb n the
happened before the deadline a week
earlier. "...the story of my life," quipped
Krause.
P.S. Rain or shine, good round or bad,
you can always count on a friendly hello
and a big smile from Bill Blankenship. An
Indiana farmer until he retired three years
ago at the age of 79, Blankenship spent
his first winter on Sanibel in 1977 and
became a founding Beachview member
that same year when the course was built.
He says there was no clubhouse at that
time, just nine holes in play, and golfers
had their choice of 12 pull carts. He's
still an active and competitive golfer who
can hit the long ball and get up and down
around the greens. He and his old friend
Doral Luce enjoyed fishing the waters
around Sanibel together for many years,
and they used to catch and clean enough
fish to feed the whole club at the annual
Beachview Fish Fry. He s been married
to his wife Thelma for 61 years and has
three daughters, one son, 12 grandchil-
dren and six greats.#


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Beachview Win
by John Boynton
Sometimes a player can get so
hot on the golf course that the
Splay of his teammates becomes
secondary. And if two players get that
hot, their teammates become virtually
irrelevant. So it was on Saturday March
27 when Al Krause (net 56)* and Gholi
Darehshori (net 58) sizzled from the
gold tees and powered their team to
victory in a best two balls of four tourna-
ment.
Meanwhile, teammates Jay Allen and
Bill Fellows were just along as spectators.
"I shot 79 and my ball never counted,"
Fellows complained. "I played one of my
best rounds," Allen whined, "but no one
noticed."
Krause said of his performance, "Bill
and Jay were great cheerleaders. They
made Gholi and me think we were
good."
The team of Bill Fetherston, Dick
Chocol and Fred Zimmer finished second,
one stroke behind, while Dan Keys, Guy
Tober, Jerny Mader and Cort Meader fin-
ished third (after an unfortunate matching
of cards which eliminated John Boynton
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Sanibel Recreation Center
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8th J Fe nta 57
9th Dave Blue 58*
Kurt Anderson
10th TM aBlurHnerso 58
SWon in a scorecard playoff
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bers only), Jim Burkholder
Closest to the pin on hole #11 (mem-
bers only), Gordon Rains
Closest to the pin on hole #6 (guests
only), Jack Guze
Closest to the pin on hole #17 (guests
only), Bill Arons
Longest drive hole #18 (members
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Longest drive hole #18 (guests only),
David Oie
Longest putt hole #8 (members only),
Gene Lopez
Longest putt hole #7 (guests only), Hal
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Hole-In-One
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of Sanibel scored a 93-yard hole-
Oin-one on hole 11 at The Dunes
Golf & Tennis Club. Karen Hendricks,
Irmingard Markusch and Nancy
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22B ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010
PGS Tips For Beginners
First Time On
A Real Course
by Matt Oakley,
PGA Golf
Professional
b T~~here is noth- niidt
ing more
ing for beginning
golfers than those
first few times on
a "real" course.
They feel pressure
to play well, play
fast enough and are extremely self-con-
scious. As PGA golf professionals, we


make them feel more comfortable.
Here are a few tips to make those first
few experiences easier and a lot more
fun:
1. Self-Image
*Other people are not paying as
much attention to you as you think.
Relax, breathe, aim and fire.
*Better golfers than you don't go
home at night and analyze your swing
(we have our own worries).
*No person should be judged by
friends for their golf skill. If they are, then


those are not really your friends.
ise qeuae when it's your turn to hit.
Determine the yardage, what club you
are going to hit, etc. while others are
playing their shots.
time Afth rsdal whn t ar dn t asa
busy. Then, as you improve start playing
at busier times.
*Stand to the side while others are
hitting and be as quiet as you can.
3. Continue to Improve with
Professional Lessons
*If I needed to learn astrophysics
I would find a professional that knew
something about it to teach me. Why do
we think our husbands, wives or friends
are the best resource? Find a PGA pro-
fessional in your area who can help.


1. Three second basemen have compiled four consecutive 100-RBI seasons. Name two
of them.
2. Who was the fixst Colorado-born player to be elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame?
3. Four NFL players have made 10 consecutive Pro Bowls, been named AP Defensive
Player of the Year and won a Super Bowl. Name three of them.
4. Name the last University of Kansas freshman men's basketball player before Xavier
Henry in 2009 to tally at least 30 points in a game.
5. Entering the 2009-10 NHL season, how many times has New Jersey goalie Martin
Brodeur recorded 10 or more shutouts in a season?
6. Before Jimmie Johnson won the Auto Club 500 race in California in 2010, how many
consecutive times had a Roush Fenway driver captured the February event?
7. When was the last time American tennis players won both the men's and women's
singles titles in the same year at the U.S. Open?


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Joe Burns
2nd Bill Hotchkiss
David Oie
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Ron Leavitt
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Ji Wolf
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ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010 23B
Esha pi nhip than Butler draws for an entire season in their historic field house just
But it will be home this weekend for the Bulldogs. Should they capture college
basketball's biggest prize, you can look fonvard to a new version of Hoosiers in your
movie theatre soon.
Everblades 2-2 On Road Trip; Clinch Playoff Spot
The Florida Everblades hockey team is now 12 for 12 a playoff slot every year in
their 12-year franchise history.
The Everblades completed a tough four-game road trip last week, four games in
four days, by winning two of four games against Charlotte and Gwinnett.
Florida is home this weekend at Germain Arena for the final two games of the
regular season when they host Charlotte tonight, Friday, and tomorrow night at 7:30
p.m.
Playoff tickets are now available at the Germain ticket office.
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The Butler Bulldogs Are The Real-Life
Version Of The Movie Hoosiers
by Ed Frank

est sports movie ever made. A true-to-life version of that
famous film unfolds this weekend in Indianapolis just six
miles from where that movie was filmed when the upstart,
~underdog, never-say-die Butler Bulldogs vie for college basket-
ball's national championship.
For the first time in Butler's history, their road to the Final
Nod Fou dSrcs ndte assSaeaN.2se.or was completed last weekend when they first knocked off
In actuality, how-
ever, that road for the
Bulldogs, winners of 24 straight games,
the longest in the nation, is from their
ancient home court on the north side of
Indianapolis to the brand new Lucas Oil
Stadium in downtown Indianapolis where
the NCAA championship will be played.
In case you don't know, the film
Hoosiers, starring Gene Hackman, por-
trayed a tiny school, Hickory High, defeat-
ing a large South Bend high school on a
last-second shot by the fictional character
Jimmy Chitwood. N
Don't be surprised if the script writers
already are at work penning a new version
of Hoosiers, this time comparing Butler s
amazing hometown run to the Final Four
to the original 24-year-old film epic.
The images are indeed similar in so
many ways.
Hoosiers was filmed in the Hinkle
Field House, originally called the Butler
Fieldhouse. Built in 1928, this basket-
ball relic remains today the home of the
Bulldogs. In 1966, it was renamed in
honor of Butler's legendary coach and ath-
letic director Paul D "Tony" Hinkle.
This classic facility has withstood the
test of time maintaining the character
and atmosphere that made it one of the
nation's most famous basketball arenas
mohith od' lsc tec da hroics in
Hoosiers draws comparison to Butler's
silky-smooth forward Gordon Haywood,
who scored a game-winner in the final
seconds to earn Brownsburg High School
the Indiana State Championship two years
ago.
While the Bulldogs are compared as
the college version of Hickoly High (10
players are from Indiana), the fact is their
young coach Brad Stevens is amazing and
Butler is for real. They were undefeated
in Horizon League play and haven't lost
a game since December 22, 2009, when
they fell on the road to UAB.
Other Interesting Bulldog Tidbits
Butler is 15-0 this season in games
played in Indianapolis.
Butler is the smallest school, enrollment
4,438, to reach the Final Four since seed-
ing began in 1979.
Butler is the first team to reach the Final
Four in their home city since way back in
1972 when UCLA won the title.
At 33, Stevens is the youngest coach
ever to take a team to the Final Four sur-
passing Bob Knight for that honor.
A Final Four ticket has always been one
of the toughest to land. Now with Butler's
hometown ride to the Final Four, the scalp-
ers and the ticket brokers have a bonanza.
The 70 000-seat Lucas Oil Stadium @ MMVI Sohbs~La Internat~"ioRealyAfiiae LC ARa
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Sanibel Grill Rec 'N' Crew
by Nick Brown
Tphe air was full of electricity last Thursday night when Sanctuary Island Electric
Sand the Great White Grill sparred on the Sanibel ball fields.
SThis is one of the oldest rivalries in Sanibel Softball history these two teams
have met 18 times over the past three years. Before this game, Great White held a
slight two-game lead in the series. However, Sanctuary Electric came into the game
energized thanks to team spark plug Joey Gill. "I had to use shock therapy to charge
my team up," commented Gill.
Whatever the method used, it was effective because Sanctuary Electric stunned
Great White Grill in a narrow 12-9 victory.
In the other games: Sanibel Grill Rec'N'Crew bulldozed over All Island Glass in a
13-4 win. The Lazy Flamingo flocked over Royal Shell 22-13 and Aztec Plumbing
strengthened their first place position with an impressive 25-13 win against the
Sundial. Sundial star Frank Graham Jr. said, "That game was a real clogger.
The Sanibel Adult Softball League plays every Wednesday and Thursday night at
the Sanibel Ball Fields. For more information, contact the Sanibel Recreation Center
at 472-0345.#

Sanibel Softball Standings
March 25 Week 6



Great White Grill 4-2-0 .667
Sanctuary Island Electric 3-2-0 .600
Bailey's Baggers 2-3-0 .400
Lazy Flamingo 2-3-0 .400
Sundial 2-4-0 .334
All Island Glass 1-4-0 .200
Royal Shell 1-4-0 .200


24B ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010


Sanibel Softball League:
Sanctuary Island Electric Zaps
Great W~hite Grill


Read us online at IslanclSunNews.com


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Sanibel Softball Week 6 Results:
Rec'N'Crew defeats All Island Glass
Lazy Flamingo defeats Royal Shell
Aztec Plumbing defeats Sundial
Sanctuary Electric defeats Great White Grill


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26B ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010

RealOROS Meeting
More than 75 realtor and affiliate
members of the Sanibel & Captiva
Islands Association of realtors
attended their monthly membership meet-
ing March 18. Association President-elect
Judith Anderson conducted the business
meeting and affiliate member Amanda


oure'it of Superior Title Service, spon-
.Anderson welcomed those present and
invited them to the association s grand
opening open house at the realtors' new
headquarters at 2353 Periwinkle Way,
Sanibel. The realtors moved into the
new facility at the beginning of 2010;
it accommodates continuing education
classes, membership meetings and events


and uo emmie meitng o titee
reports were given by Art Corace, MLS
and Internet Committee chair; Sheila
Hammons, Affiliate Taskforce chair;
Robyn Moran, Communications and
Public Relations Committee chair; and
Toby Tolp, RPAC chair.
Following the meeting, Diane Stocks
led the MLS Caravan.#


New Associate

JOins Office

and Associates,
J h amnInc. has
announced that
Nanc Finch has
recently joined their
real estate company.
This is a renewed
affiliation since
John Naumann~`,~ch\i~r~dwt ,1 /
several years ago
at one of his many Nancy Finch
developments.
Finch, originally from Wisconsin, has
lived in Lee County for over 29 years
and has been a licensed agent for 27
years. Her experience includes working
with both buyers and sellers in the general
residential market as well as on-site sales
assisting clients with the construction of
their custom homes.#

From page 10B
Red Sox

Celebrity classic
and long-time Boston Red Sox fan.
The events combined to raise a
record-setting $850,000 to support The
Children's Hospital's Level III Neonatal
Intensive Care Unit.
Boston Red Sox players hitting the links
this year in support of the cause included
Josh Beckett, Tim Wakefield, Jon Lester,
Jonathan Papelbon, Clay Buchholz,
Manny DelCarmen, John lackey, Daisuke
Matsuzaka, Hideki Okajima, along with
their manager Tery Francona and Major
League Baseball Hall of Famer Jim Rice.
This year's event MVP (Most Valuable
Patient) was 16-month-old Neonatal
Intensive Care Unit success story Joey
Naples of Estero.
Major corporate sponsors included
The Boston Red Sox, The Forest
Country Club, The Yawkey Foundation,
Outback Steakhouse of Fort Myers,
Wells Fargo Insurance Services, SEI,
PricewaterhouseCoopers, MorrisSwitzer,
DeAngelis Diamond Construction,
Fort Myers Beach Kiwanis and Sports
Adventures.
For more information on opportunities
to support the life-saving care provided
byTeChildren's Hospital of Southwest
Fodacall the Lee Memorial Health
System Foundation at 985-3550.4


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Sanibel Bayous, 3/2, built in 2000,
elevator, bright, open floor plan.
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ceilings, 3 fireplaces, gourmet kitchen with granite, subzero refrigerator, microwave and & convection oven, 2 subzero refrigerators & 2 sub-zero refrigerator overlooking beautiful pool area. A very comfortable, near beach
2-drawer Pakel dishwas er, wine cooler, beautiul wood cabinetry breakfast drawers, hard wood floors, fireplace, open floor plan, workout room, multiple steam home in very nice condition. $749,500
bar, spacious master wing with jetted tub, rain shower/body jets & private study. showers with body jets, bidets, jetted tubs, guest house with fully equipped kitchen.
This home offers the utmost in privacy, superb landscaping, heated poollspa, This new home is built like a fortress with concrete pilings and slabs, enormous outdoor
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bath, den, dining room, living room, ultimate chefs 1st r'een and lake. 3 full bedrooms, 3 full baths,
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condon on Sanibel with stunning beach view. Pl insueslctcsutesscuiy
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Lowest insurance rates available. $1,299,000


BEACHVIEW
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electric hurricane shutters, loads of interior storage/
garage space, and beautiful lake & golf course views
from nearly every room. $1,249,000.


UI~bG I BAYI-UN I
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every room has a great view of the bay, custom
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and friends fr entertaining in the large kitchen.
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NEAR BEACH SW EXPOSURE
Stunning Wolter Group home w/elevated pool, ultimate
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SANCTUARY GOLF VILLAGES NEAR CAPTIVA BEACH
The Best Value in Sanctuan Golf Villa es for Very near beach, short walk, now Captiva's best
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SUNSET SOUTH
Great Canal, Golf Course and Beach View. 2/2
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counter tops, new carpet in bedrooms/closets, new
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1048 FISHCROW ROAD
TROPICAL SETTING! Near beach home site
located in the beach-side community of Gulf
Shores. Property offers excellent Bayou and River
views. Plans are available for construction of a
three bedroom, two bathroom home with pool and
three car garage. Ask for details. $42 ,000


DIRECT RIVER FRONT
Fort Myers riverfront 134 directly on niver with
private dockage eand lift. Mint condition bedroom,
4.5 baths. Gourmet kitchen with granite tops
and island cooking area. First floor master sute
with office offering incredible river views. Two
fireplaces, elevator, swimming pool overlooking
nver. Huge 3 car garage. Mint condition with lots
of upgrades. $1,949,000


CASA DEL RIO LANE
Beautiful 5 Bedroom, 5 Bath Pool Home With
Community Boat Ramp And Small ViewOf River
From Upstairs Bedrooms, Tile Bathrooms 3 Of
The 5 Have Been Redone, Wood Floors, Two
Story Beautiful Home. $599,000


DIRECT BOATING ACCESS
Don't miss this awesome Catalpa Cove value
featuring direct gulf boat access, heated pool
with stunning lake3 views, vaulted ceilings, floor
pln with large Great Room, light and bright.
atlaCove offers wonderful direct gulf access
in a prestigious gated community of estate homes.
Comes with boat dock! $649,000


PLEASE COME TO SEE US

AT OUR NEWN LOCATION


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ROYAL HELLL
Preferred Properties
15050 Captiva Drive, PO Box 610
Captiva Island, FL 33924


aptiva living is the true Island LIFESTYLE! The quality of LIFE
here is better than just about anywhere with year-round
warm, sunny weather and casual, natural STYLE of II II. I
With a membership at South Seas Island Resort you can spend
a half day on the golf course, hit the beach, browse the unique
shops or galleries, boat, jet ski, kayak or enjoy a meal at one of the
terriki restaurants.
When you've basked in tropical sunshine after a morning swim in
your private i iI .1 .. I i Gulf of Mexico, or watched the glorious
sunsets as you kick back with a .1 .I I~ breeze stirring the palm
trees, you'll| understand the benefits of living along our shore
There's plenty of room for everyone in this 5 bedroom, 4 1/2 bath
home located at South Seas Island Resort. What could be more
enjoyable than a beautifully appointed, custom, quality-built home
by the Wolter Group? Recently completed, furnished and never
lived in, this beautifulI beachside pa radise is ..1 1.. I for you.


From outside across lush I I .1, I I you'll| notice the grand entry,
tongue & groove cypress, cedar, stone and other 1.1 1 111, I
architectural accents. Upon entering the foyer you're greeted
by soaring c 11... I large windows and an environment that
welcomes the outdoors in. Your eyes are drawn to the exceptional
views across an elevated, infinity-edge pool & spa to the sparkling
GulIf waters.
A well-styled outdoor kitchen and expanded living area with gas
i replace make the perfect backd rop for fu n filled days a nd relaxi ng
evenings.
Attention to detail shows everywhere from the 24" Travertine
I11 1u and intricate tile insets to the granite counters, wood
cabinets, whimsical fixtures and so much more.
How to see this home: If you are in the market for a home on
Captiva, contact us to see this one-of a-kind property.


Fred Newman, REALTOR
Fred@iFredandVicki.com


Vicki S. Panico, REALTOR
Vicki@FredandVicki.com


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1709 SERENITY LANE
* Family friendly Gumbo Limbo
* 3 bed 3 bath pool home
* Located adjacent to
conservation land.
PRICED TO SELL AT $499,000


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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


ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010 29B


HOMES &r LOTS


4717 RUE BELLE MER
* Much sought after Gulf Front
Chateaux Sur Mer
* 3 bed/3 bath, ground level pool home
* Remodeled and fully furnished
* Exellent rental Home
YOURS FOR ONLY $2,995,000


4453 WATERS EDGE LANE
* Gulf front sunset dream home
* Ground level 3 bed/3 bath + den,
* Lap pool home, large 2-car garage
w/ workshop
* Very private setting
$3,600,000 Unfurnished


POINTE SANTO E-47
* 3 bed/2 bath penthouse
* Private sundeck
* Stunn iw
* Touany nr md led
PRICED AT $1,399,000 FURNISHED

POINTE SANTO C-45
* 3 bed/2 bath penthouse
* Private sundeck
* Gulf and lagoon views
* Updated and remodeled
PRICED AT $963,300 FURNISHED


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LARGE CORNER NEAR BEACH LOT
* Popular Tahiti Drive
* Lots of room for large home & poo
* Short distance to private deeded
beach access.
PRICED TO SELL AT $400,000
DIRECT ACCESS CANAL LOT
* Prestigious Pine Tree Drive
* Extra large lot
* Many mature trees
ONLY $599,900 &~rl3 L
Ca p e~clialis


SOUGHT AFTER CROWN COLONY
*Fabulous two Story 4 bed/2.5 bath
King Fisher model Golf Course home
*Pool & Spa; Tray Ceilings, Crown
Molding; Many other upgrades
*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


POINTE SANTO D-41
2 bed/2 bath, Penthouse with private
rooftop sundeck
Gulf & Courtyard views from this light,
Id\ bright corner unit
t *Remodeled kitchen
Unit in excellent condition
PRICED AT $799,000 FURNISHED
POINTE SANTO E-5
*2 bed/2 bath, Ground floor walkout

Outstanding rental history
REDUCED TO $1,195,000 FURNISHED

POPULAR ISLAND BEACH CLUB


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COQUINA BEACH 5D
* Very popular rental complex
* Totally remodeled 2 bed/2 bath
* Ground floor walkout
PRICE TO SELL QUICKLY
AT $425,000 FURNISHED


SANDPIPER BEACH 303
* Very private & secluded Gulf front
* 2 bed/2 bath fully furnished
* Corner unit with extra side windows
* Great weekly rental unit
PRICED $710,000 FURNISHED


ISLAND BEACH CLUB PlD
* 2 bed/2 bath, private sundeck
* Gulf and courtyard views
* Remodeled kitchen
* Unit in excellent condition
REDUCED $1,114,000 FURNISHED
ISLAND BEACH CLUB P1E
* Totally remodeled 2 bed/2 bath corner
* Fantastic Gulf views
* Excellent weekly rental unit
PRICED AT $894,000 FULLY FURNISHED


David L. Schuldenfrei CRlS, GR~I, SCIS, R~ealtor*
Selling the Islands for rnore than1, 34 years.
2007 & 2004 San/Cap Realtor@ of the Year
VIP Realty Group, Inc.
1560 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel, FL 33957


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Sanibel, FL 33957
Ofnce: 395-COOL (2665) Fax: 472-3439


A Hodge Podge
Of Home Tips
by Bryan Hayes
hen you
~leave your
-"s- Jhome for
More than a day
-or two, turn off the
IJ main water to your
home. The dam-
.7) age that a leakigp o using
hot water heater
can do to a home
can be devastating. Please note: when
turning the water off in preparation for
your departure, make sure to turn off
the breaker that feeds the water heater
as well to avoid any damage to the heat-
ing elements.
*Clean those fridge coils. Doing this
will cut down on energy use, heat added
to your home and extend the life of your
appliance. This should be done every
couple of months. Check out YouTube,
they have some good videos on how to
do this.
*Clean the filters for your a/c. An
air conditioning filter should be cleaned
or replaced monthly during the heavy
use times and less often when only used
occasionally. To do this, looks at the filter
and see how dirty it is. A good tip is to
hold it up to light, if you can't see the
light through it, its time for a new one.
*Electrical breakers quit often. When
we receive calls in regards to part of a
home's electrical system not working,


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1213 Periwinktle Way
(next to Huxters)
Samibel, FL 33957
Office: 472-3033 Fax: 472-3439


30B ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010

Dazzling
Dining Rooms
by Cindy Malszycki
Often times,
I meet
Client who
,~ thinks their dining
room is the easiest
Sof all rooms to fur-
Snish. Once they've
.. made the decision
on their table and
chairs, they tend
to think that's all
there is to it. Not
so. While that may be one of the big-
gest decisions to be made, it's far from
all.
You still need to consider providing for
the comfort of guests as well as the con-
venience of the hostess. I find that there
are often problems unique to this room
that make it a design challenge. With that
in mind, it does take some considerable
planning to create and design a dining
room that will take center stage in your
home.
Chairs alone are a far from simple
choice. Massive ones take up too much
space, so it's important to search for well
designed chairs that are comfortable as
well. Don't worry about having enough
dining room chair shapes and sizes to
pick from there are so many it's bewil-
dering, unless, of course, you have pro-
fessional help.
Tables, too, come in all shapes and
sizes. The size should fit both the room


ande yur hm i and ideally be designed
Expandable tables, with drop leaves,
built-in extensions, and inserts/leaves are
all practical. Today's table design options
can convert from a small cozy table to
one that can be instantly enlarged when
company is expected.
The lighting above your table should
be carefully selected to assure the right
wattage and the best light direction for
the diners. The height of the chandelier is
another important decision.
It's also more convenient to have sil-
venvare, linens, and serving pieces stored
right in the room. A sideboard, or chest
will help to give you the storage you
need, and can also handle the food for a
sit down buffet. If you opt for this addi-
tional furniture piece, consider its top. It's
best for these pieces to be covered in a
moisture and stain resistant material such
as marble or tile. Other storage options
to consider are cabinets or armoires. A
very attractive unit might also become
the room's focal point an added design
benefit.
You'll find it helpful to think through
the many uses of your dining room
because our modes of entertaining are
many and ever changing. Ultimately, this
means that your dining room design plan
should be one that features flexibility.
Whether you're hosting a Sunday brunch
for six or a midnight snack for 20, ver-
satility and comfort should guide you
toward the best furniture and design plan.
Cindy Malszycki is an interior deco-
rator on Sanibel. She can be reached at
cindy~decden. net.4


brea3s",: Thke Hnwery usalchd, "ed yo
course." We show up an, lo and behold,
the breaker is tripped.
A service call may have been avoided
by following this simple procedure. Go to
your electrical panel, physically turn off
and then back on each and every breaker,
go back and check the power in the area
in question and see if that fixed the prob-
lem, More times than not a breaker will
look fine when in fact it is tripped, Please
note: shut down any computer that may
have programs open before doing this.
*Last but not least, have your air con-
ditioning serviced. Even newer systems
need some love as well. Most people
are under the impression that because a
system is new that no service is required.
This is a mechanical device with moving
parts that need regular routine service.
You wouldn't think of neglecting the
service on that new car; the same thing
holds true for your home's comfort sys-
tem.
As always, thanks for reading and
happy holiday to you and yours.
Bryan Hayes is a Sanibel air condi-
tioning contractor: He also owns, wlith
his brother Todd, an electrical busi-
ness on Sanibel. He can be reached at
Bryan@Sanibelair:comM



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4 75 Saw grass PC1
*~nrewly Built Home (5y.)
40ed-/3.5 Sathi
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$1, 289, 000


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604 Souller Or.
* Locatedin East Gtoc~s
* Clearelda Level Lot
* Steps to He Seach
$3 69, 000


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* 20ed-/20athi withi Den
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$795, 000


211 Lighthouse Point
30ed-/20atl
* Completely flemoletel d
* Seacliacross thie Street
$595,000


6008 Whlite Heron En.
1.25acre Lot
* O)irect A2ccess to g;ulf
* Seautiful2t~ater View
$1, 687, 000


2621 Seacli Wilas 450 Sea Znjal7Ct. 708 Oumion Ct.
SgulCf ront *` 40ed/30athi Lae ~Front Lot
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9100 College Pointe Ct. Fort Myers, FL 33919 239-334-1141


32B ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010


COMPASS POINT UNIT 111


411 LIGHTHOUSE WAY


an attached cabana. This
2 bedroom 2 bath plus
a den condominium offers a unique lifestyle with an
interior spiral staircase leading to a large cabana with
a third bath giving this condominium that, "cottage
on the beach" lifestyle. The property has new code
impact windows .r.... I new owner piece of mind.
Currently rented throungl season please call Mike
Robison at 239-980-3121 or Mary Jo Newman at
239-470-4272 for a private showing. $1,225,000


Buy piece of mind with NEW Construction. Rebuilt
from the _l... in 2008 to exceed the highest standards
of p, .r r,, .... .1,,1.3...I ....r .ass, hard-i-board
. ... .r. j,,. spray foam insulation, trex decking.
This new home offers 4 bedrooms 3 baths, wood floors,
coffered ....l... cro .. .i", I.a~ urmet kitchen and
absolutely new everything. This East-End gem offers the
ultimate Florida lifestyle with a direct access deep water
dock, huge swimming pool and deeded beach access
for a complete construction package please call Mike at
239-980-3121. $1,595,000


FlOrida Residenc v
And Estate Planni mn

* What are the advantages to
Florida Residency?
* Is my will and trust from up North
still valid? ;

* Why do I need to update my legal
documents to Florida law?

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GULF VIEWS! Located in the prestigious gated Attached Villa Home/Nature lovers paradise T his
enclave Herons Landing II this large 4 bedroom lovely property offers incredible bayou views from
home offers views of Clam Bayou and The every window in the home and from the second
Gulf of Mexico. Attention to details and luxury floor you can see the Gulf of Mexico. This 3
appointments include an elevator, huge windows, a bedroom and 2.5 bath home is built to the highest
i "'e~ open floor plan, a large swimming pool, 2 standards with a pre-stressed concrete beams
Master Suites, wide plank cherry wood floors, high and pilings. Luxury features include an elevator,
end cabinets, stainless appliances, high ceilings, vaulted ceilings, spacious open floor plan and much
security and interior fire sprinkler systems and much more. Please call Mike Robison 239 980-3121 or
more. REDUCED $100,000 to $ 1,525,000 Janie Howland 239-850-6419 to schedule a private
showing. $849,000

Mike Robison

5 Realtor The VIP Realty Group i C
1560 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel, FL 33957
1 239 980-3121 Cell 1 239 472-5187 Local
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LCEC Reeling It
In FOr United Waly

14th annual LCEC United Way
Saltwater Fishing Tournament.
uethou na ritlissben tehld atlcne of
tions; Pine Island Sound, Charlotte
Harbor.
In addition to a large following, this
tournament is known for the raffles,
prizes and food. In 2009, the LCEC tour-
nament boasted almost 80 boats and 200
participants and raised nearly $20,000!
The cost per person is $50 before
April 12 and $75 thereafter. A manda-
tory captains meeting will be held at 6
p.m. on April 16 at D & D Matlacha Bait
and Tackle. All participants will receive a
commemorative shirt and hat. Meals for
guests and non-fishermen can be pur-


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* 3 bedroom, 2 bath home
* Covered gazebo
* Near shopping & restaurants
* Preserve view
* $360,000 (2100376)
David Schuldenfrei 472-5187 x 227


PRICE REDUCED


* 4 bedroom, 3 5 bath elegant home
* Amazing sunsets from 2 expansive terraces
* Marble floors, custom cabinets, mahogany
* 2 master suits, elevated pool and spa
* $3,295,000 (2900568)
Karen BeHl 472-5187 x 270











* New construction with guest house
* True gourmet kitchen
* Vaulted ceilings, wood floors
* Elevator, fireplace, fleet garage capabili
* $8,300,000 (2100103)
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WITH A CLOSED MARKET SHARE OF 37% FOR 2010!

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* Spectacular 5 bedroom Island masterpii
* Unique village area location & architect
* Panoramic water vistas
* 100' dock, deep water dockage, 2 boat l
* $8,995,000 (2100378)
McMurray & Nette 472-5187 x 250/2


* 3 bedroom, 3 bath, fully furnished
* Wrap around glassed in porches
* Private elevator entrance, covered parking
* Great Golf course views, storage area
* $739,000 (2100360)
Glen Simmons 472-5187 x 332


* 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath on Sanibel
* Caged heated pool
* Private beach access just steps away
* Only 4 years old, on Sanibel
* $1,289,000 (2700690)
Judy Reddington 472-5187 x 331


* Steps to the beach & located in Beachview
* 3BR, office, formal LR/DR, fireplaced family rm
* European kitchen, raised pool & spa, great river views
* Concrete construction, new paint & carpet
* $879,000 (2100356)
Jim Hall 472-5187 x 215


* 150 feet of Gulf frontage
* Beautifully landscaped
* Over 5200 square feet under air
* 4 bedrooms suites and 1 V2 bath
* $5,900,000 (2601917)
Debra Hobbs 472-5187 x 213


* 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage
* Large caged pool
* On the Sanibel River
* Private, deeded beach access
* $799,000 (2100367)
Linda Gornick 472-5187 x 261


* Exquisite and immaculate custom home
* 3 BR/3 BA featuring Brazilian cherry wood floors
* Gorgeous lake ... I II course views
* Beautiful pool with rock waterfall
* $1,249,000 (2900527)
Jason Lomano 472-5187 x 286











* 330" canal front home w/dock & pool
* 3BR/2BA new kitchen, granite, carpet, wood floor
* V2 acre +, fireplace, 2 story, upper decks, cabana
* Lender approved "short sale" price
* $625,000 (2900450)
Jayne Lumley 472-5187 x 237


* Mint condition 4 BR/4.5 BA
* Private dockage & boat lift
* Gourmet kitchen, many upgrades
* 2 fireplaces, elevator, 3 car garage
* $1,945,000 (2900252)
Jim Artale 472-5187 x 267


* Island Executive style -fabulous remodel!
* 4BR/4BA, spacious 20X40 great room
* Gourmet kitchen, master suite w/sky deck
* Salt water pool, near the beach
* $2,495,000 (2901098)
Marlene Donaldson 472-5187 x 242


* 3BR/2.5 BA well appointed home
* Many upgrades, stainless steel applianc
* Newly resurface screened in pool
* Large corner lot, storm shutters
* $399,000 (2901185)
Sally DiVenere 472-5187 x 222


* 3 BD/2 BA top floor unit 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms
* Views overlooking a sanctuary His and hers offices
* Large wrap-around lanai Private pool & spa
* Gated community, pool, spa, tennis Fully furnished + 28' Pursuit boat
* $309,000 (2900847) $5,995,000 (2900324)
Diane Stocks 472-5187 x 335 James & Penny Hetm anek 472-5187 x 219/202


= ~ ~ r v. 1560 PERIWINKLE WAY, SANIBEL (239) 472-51r87

*Based on closed sales 2/23/09 (800) 553-7338 TOLL FREE (239) 472-0996 FAX (866) 472-5187 INT'L
through YTD per Sanibel Captiva
Multiple Listings Service 2000 PERIWINKLE WAY, SANIBEL, (239) 395-0607

14970 CAPTIVA DRIVE, CAPTIVA (239) 472-7800 (866) 472-7800 TOLL FREE (239) 472-7861 FAX







10th Anniversary
Celebration
anibel Beautification invites
the hundreds of donors,
Volunteers, businesses, and
organizations who have contrib-
uted to these projects to the 10th
Anniversary Celebration to be held
Sunday, May 2 from 3 to
5 p.m., at the Herb Strauss
Playhouse parking lot. Narrated
trolley tours of the completed plant-
ings will be offered, as well as dis-
plays, refreshments, and chances to
win a prize native plant.M





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support from island businesses and orga-
nizations and volunteer labor from doz-
ens of individuals, Sanibel Beautification
was able to complete the landscaping of
both the causeway intersection and the
Lindgren medians by the end of 2003.
Dedicated Sanibel Beautification vol-
unteers continue to maintain these areas,
working for two hours the second and
fourth Saturdays of every month from 8
to 10 a.m. More volunteers are always
needed. No experience is required, and
no commitment is involved.
Just show up at the causeway intersec-
tion and you will be put to work. It is a
great way to get some exercise, enjoy the
outdoors, and feel some accomplishment
at helping to keep the island beautiful.M
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Sani be
Beautification
After receiving a positive response
from the Sanibel city manager, public
works director, and director of natural
resources a group of enthusiastic vol-
unteers met for the first time on May
30 at the Sanibel Library to discuss the
improvement of Lindgren Boulevard.
At that very first meeting the volunteers


decided that they did not want to be
a one-project committee. Instead they
wanted to form a new organization dedi-
caseddto the ongoing beautification of the
They voted to incorporate as Sanibel
Beautification, Inc., and in the next
few months they incorporated, filed for
5013C tax exempt status, created a logo,
developed a Web site, obtained a phone
line and PO box, developed a member-
ship program and brochure, a power
point presentation, presented programs
to island organizations, participated in the
city's Shared Vision Program,and worked
with the city to develop a procedure for
approval of plantings.
When these organizational were
accomplished, the group began looking
for an interim project, as the city had
scheduled Lindgren for sewer work in
early 2002.
At this point, Bill Blauvelt of Southern
Traditions Landscaping joined the orga-
nization and volunteered the services of
his landscape designer, Welles Jones,
to design a landscape plan for the four
corners of the causeway intersection.
Blauvelt also generously provided use of
his equipment, and the purchase of plants
and landscape materials at cost.
With funds raised from memberships,
island-wide mailings, and fundraisers,


JNONIA OF SANIBEL
ale Price $1,699,000 Furnished
are opportunity along yr-ricine'Y Gulf Drive
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ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010 35B
Mulch Spreaders Needed At Rec
Volunteers are needed to spread mulch on native plant beds at the recreation
center on Tuesday, April 6 at 9 a.m. Bring your work gloves, boots and grass
rakes. Cold water and snacks will be provided. Rakes and gloves will be provided
~for those who do not bring them.
The first 50 volunteers will receive a free T-shirt.
Interested participants are asked to register by contacting the recreation center at
472-0345.
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15650 San Carlos Boulevard
489-1118
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Associates in Dermatology
8381 Riverwalk Park Blvd, Fort Myers 33919
936-5425
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239.481.9995


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CALL 395-1213 ON ISLAND, OR 415-7732 ALONG THE RIVER.
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Touch Screen Point-Of-Sale Systems for Restaurants
Increase Your Sales and Profits
On Island 24/7 Support
Call for Free Quote
We Are Affordable and We Barter
Many Happy Island Restaurants
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CONTRACTORS

HOME
BUILDING
rX A full service contractor
dedicated to exceptional
-quality at a reasonable price.
Voted "Best of the Islands"
CONSTRUCTION CO .1999, 2001, 2002, 2003
Michael J. Valiquette Island Resident Lic. #CGC056909
GENERAL CONTRACTOR Hurricane Protection Consultant

(239)472-0200
RESI DE NTIAL/COMM ERCIAL CLEAN ING

ANA HAMIILTON SERVICES
Residential & Commercial
CLEANING
Serving the Lee Island Coast
for over 18 years
239-244-5426
239-810-19111
Lic # S10-14929

NEW HOMES, REMODELING & ADDITIONS


KIRCHNER
CONTRACTING IINC.
*New Homes Remodeling
Consulting Contracting
MATT KIsallusta
coCuseaer
unhas- )Missell
P.O. Box 143 Phone: 239-472-2601
Sanibel Island, FL Fax: 239-472-6506


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Supplying Sanibel/Captiva

Ro ck- Fill-S hell-Mvulch
Delivery, Grading, Site Prep
472-4439

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FISHING CHARTER

LET'S GO FISHIN'
Fishing Charters Shelling Sightseeing

Captain La mar Williams
owner/operator


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COSMETICS

MARY KAy'
904 Lindgren Blvd.
Sanibel Island, FL 33957
j Ph: 239-395-0978 /317-509-6014
mbutcher~marykay.com
Products: www. marykay.com/mbutcher
New Spring Products!
MAGGIE UTCHER Career information available
Gift ideas available


CGC1507121
Custom Remodeling
Kitchen Baths Carpet Tile Hardwood
Concrete Restoration Water Proofing
Stucco Plumbing Electrical


C PTVA ISLAND
1-239-340 -1506
LICENSED & INSURED

REMODELING


~PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY


IMPACT WINDOWS & DOORS


CONSTRUCTION/REMODELING


All Island Glass & Aluminum, Inc.
17691 Summerlin Rd. Ft. Myers, FL 33908


Office Phone & Fax
239-472-6711


Joseph Mills Lic. #CBC058789
William Mills Lic. #cBco58788


(239) 454-0050
(239) 454-1003


Kim Santy (island resident)
www.allislandglass.com


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PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
GENERALL CONTRACTOR MASSAGE THERAPY
f MAiSSAGB IS THERAPYE,..
Take care of your HEALTH first!
DEBORAH D MeCO~NNLL
Liscensed Massage Therapist MA32499 MMi6355
Island Chiropractic Center
2400 Palm Ridge Road C-3
Sanibel Island, FL 33957 u
Phone: 239.297.9879
Web: www.deborahmcconnell.com
FSMTA State LMT of The Year
Massage in a professional setting


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REMODELING
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REMIODE LNG ""
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Award Winning Design & Construction Services
Kitchens Baths Additions Decks Complete Renovations.
Loca Islndemr ~owne and operatd to serv you!
Come visit our New Design Center and Kitchen Showrroom located at
975 Rabbit Road next to Doc Fords &s Samtbel Fitness Center
472-035
www. islandstylesremodeling. com
Jonathan Tongyai State Certified GeneralContractor CGC1508056
NKBA Certified Kitchen Designer NARI Certified Remodeler

RE MODE LI NG
S'SANIBEL CREATIVE TILE CO '
Celebrating our 30t year
',on Sanibel & Cap~tiva

Lic. & Ins. Tile, Marble, Stone, with
remodels &r repairs A Specialty!

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email: captmattmitchell@aol.com
C: (239) 340-8651


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Phone (239) 267-8405


License # 0707041
09-0001 4233


FISHING CHARTER


Light Tacktle Sport Fishing
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PAINTING


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*- Licensed & Insured
"Lic #S3-11944

395-3928 Cell: 841-4302
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a donation to you~r
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New Construction / Remodel / Consulting
P.O. Box 494, Sanibel, FL 33957
(239) 415-0205
Email: blbissll29@aol.com
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IMPACT WINDOWS & DOORS/GLASS
Insured L cn ed

Stevens & Sons Glass
Replacement Impact Windows & Sliding Doors,
Mirrors, Tub & Shower Enclosures, Store Fronts,
Porch Enclosures, French Doors, Plate Glass

Specialists in impact condo complex replacement

2416 Palm Ridge Road Phone: (239) 472-0032
Sanibel Island, FL 33957 Fax: (239) 472-0680

LAWN AND GARDEN MAINTENANCE



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ISmLAN ##OME SERVICE
licensed Lawn and Garden Maintenance
reliable weekly service
Island owned and operated
Call Edwin for free estimates and references
Tel. (239) 472 5247
www. Island homeservice.com Sanibel Veget. Comp. # 9-1 0435

LANDSCAPE DESIGN


TILE & STONE INSTALLATION


Installation of Tile & Stone
New Construction and Remodeling
Over 40 yrs. experience in area
Excellent References upon request
Insured
Sanibe/ License #53-14475
Ph: 239-369-8847
Cell: 239-470-3305 ,
Fax: 239-369-6511

WEIGHT LOSS/NUTRITION


TREE & LAWN CARE
*Jesuts Hernandez W
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TR~EE SERVICE -
www.jesuslawncare.com
S482-7350
Licensed 8c Insured *Free Estimates
Landscaping Tree Service Stump Grinding
Landscape Design Ponds Waterfall Installations
Landscape Refurbishing Pepper Clearing
12 years serving San-Cap e& Fr. Myers
HANDY SERVICES

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[WOOD ROT REPAIR DECKING ROOF REPAIRS
I WINDOW &DOOR REPAIR IINTERIOR &EXTERIOR CARPENTRY
/ SCREENS SOFFIT&FASCIAI DRY WALLREEAIR
CALL JEFF BERGER AT 239-265-2827
U;cense r 050S24

HOME IMPROVEMENT

2 Nice Guys, Inc.
From crown moulding
to custom decks...
your vision will come to life!
Also Door & Window Installs
S213640 S313641
239-694-0645
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UPHOLSTERY






Complete line of quality upholstery work by European Craftsman
We work with the hinest imported silk, satin, damask, brocades, velvets,
hand-loomed crewel, embroidered tapestries from '~I ;. .... & India.




CUSTOM RESIDENTIAL RENOVATIONS
SIL BARONE CBC1254707
--wSr COAST
-REMO Y1a YIDMS

RESIDENTIAL & CONDOMINIUM RENOVATIONS
VISrr OUR NEW
KITCHEN & BATH SHOWROOM
3047 Estero Blvd, Fort Myers Beach
239-229-7347
www.WestCoastRenovations.com


For the top nutritional,
Weight loss & skin care products got to:
WWW. Isxper ia.com
Brenda Biddle Independent Distributor
Sa mvan nah @ comcast.net o r 239-849-9593

LANDSCAPING


POOL SERVICE & REPAIR


.4~ Islands Premier Pool Service
Fast Expert Equipment
Repair and Replacement
Deep-End Specializing in
Pool Service Gulfstream Pool Heaters

239-699-6279


CUSTOM HOME BUILDER
Ph (239) 472-8446 Ron DeCorte
DeCorteFourtcom #CBC58483



DeCorte Four
Custom Home Builders, Inc.
We do it all from repairing a door to adding a 2nd Floor
New Construction Too
P. O. Box 922 Sanibel, FL 33957 Fax (239) 472-8449

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~PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY


Weight Loss,
Nutritionals,
Skin Care 8[ More


-k Full Service Lawn & Garden Maintenance
jr Landscape Design and Installations
A- KOI Ponds and Water Falls
A Natural and Block Retaining walls
239-634-5477


25 years experience


Lic # CPC1457386


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ANNUAL RENTAL

FOR RENT
Two-bedroom cottage on Sanibel.
Furnished. Ground-level. On quiet street
near G lf beach A ablee Acprie-December

roms, bath, sre~ened/ghassedi lnb s

Cf nished exp~t eec36HS int 9 7 4 le
Also available one-bedroom furnished
apt. AI| utilities furnished. $750 per month
Call owner as above.
SR 3/19 M 4/2

CUSTOM HOME, PRIVATE, river view, guest loft
with sun porch, pool, tennis, beach. No smoking or
pets. Available mon hly beginning April. 405-210-
2341 or 405-307-8949
SR 1/8MTFN
HELP WANTED


CROW


VOLU NTEER OPPORTU NITI ES

We are currently seeking applicants
for several volunteer positions,
If you are interested, please contact
Marguerite Jordan at 472-3644 Ext. 3
or visit our website www.crowclinic.org

A timesensitivetraining isinvohied in dl of our ain-aeW
askocur volunteers to make service commitment of 3consecusve
months per year with a minimum of 55 hours per week

SR 9/5 N TFN


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Seasonal tutors are needed at The Sanibel School.
If you have one or two hours a week to help a
child, please call 472-1617. Tutoring hours are
Monday Tuesday T W eda and Th rsday, 2:15
S11/28NTFN


HELP WANTED
BEACH HOUSE SWIMWEAR on Captiva

Ssn ah oksaneergei nhd in rre t k.
in learning how to sell swimwear?
Call Peggy 239-395-5383 or apply online
jobs@aquabeachwear com.
SR 3/5BTFN



REAL ESTATE OFFICE
Twenty hours at $13 per hour.
R.E. License preferred.
Mature person w tth c5mlpulter skills.

RS 4/2V TFN

Part Time Treasurer Wanted. Volunteer PT Treasurer
wanted for light bookkeeping in S Fort Myers. Portrait
and Figure Org. Flexible hours. New members wel-
come. 239-481-2081
RS 3/26V 4/2


SERVICES OFFERED


beASiential
Renewal
Services "
"Handyman" -
(Carpenly, ma itenance tollets, aucets, ce lng fans, s| d ng doors, etc )
768-0569 or cell 464-6460
RS 11/14 MTFN


B & B CONDO PROS
Property Management & Care.
Home Watch Pool Service
Handyman Repairs
www bbcondopros.com
inf0@bbcondopros.com
239-223-1600
SR 9/11 BTFN


COMIPUATNEDRRAEPRTANCE

Computer repair, setup, file recovery & troubleshoot-
ing for home or office. 15 year Island resident.
Guaranteed work & low rates. Call Justin at
677-0226 or email at jlstrauss3@yahoo.com
SR 1/11V TFN


SERVICES OFFERED

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


COMPANION SERVICE
Sanibel-Cap iva Care and Companion Service,
LLC Medical appointments, general transporialion,
shopping, light meal preparations, and light
cleaning. Our services are customized to meet
ur clients needs. Call 239-395-3591, or
for an emergency call 29-472-0556.


DATA DOC
Trouble shooting your computer
Both Hardware and Software
Services in many languages
English, Scandinavian, German and even
in Polie.Repaa ri aC & MAC/Apple.

Contact ThmsuFig rua 23 97-9746
TomTechsn Iy4 hoo.com


SANIBEL HOME

WATCH SERVICE

Retired Police Captain
Lives on Sanibel

Reasonable Rates

239-472-9035
SR 3/5 B TFN

CURRENT EVENTS

Join o her "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 4/28 NTFN



DOCKAGE
Hourly, Daily, Weekly
ad Monthly

Captiva Island 472-5800
SR 1/30BTFN

SECURE INDOOR
BOAT STORAGE FOR RENT
10x12x30 GROUND LEVEL Dry Dock
at Sanibel Harbor Yacht Club
(Next to Sanibel Bridges)
Unlimited In/Out Privileges 7 days/week
Complete Boat WashlEngine flush after each use
Total use of club facilities (no dues)
(Restauat tMar S plies & Boat Sh arn naupop
& Cer ified Mechanics & Repair Shop); showers'
Fuel at Wholesale (gas & Diesel) Slip #157
Call Chad 239-222-4848
Call Phil 239-395-0407
SR 11/13V TFN


AUTO FOR SALE

2007 C3A1DIL AC SRX

fully equipped, excellent condition,
new tires, garage kept.
$28,00 or9 bt offer.
SR 3/26V14/2

2002 GEM ELECTRIC CAR
Made by Chrysler, Fargo, ND
Island Street Legal
New batteries, heat/defrost, trunk,1850 miles
$5,500
239-472-2549
SR4/2P 4/9
ZUMA SCOOTER 2004 LOCATED on Sanibel. Only
11,000 miles. New battery, ire and tune up. $1,100
OBO.715-412-0203
RS 4/2V 4/9
MIISC. FOR SALE

32" TV
JVC I'Art 32" TV
Silver case, good loaonkng, good wokng

472-6837 (leave msg)
SR 11/20NTFN


SONY TRINITRON TV
36" in 7' cabinet, extra speakers
VHS & DISC Players
$400
395-1649
SR 2/5 N TFN


FOR SALE

c2 brn nwinewh hal dameps
Gray office chair $15
Call 246-4716
RS 2/5 NTFN

SHeaWtRa Mo~n tor, im~e, Dtace C~alo isE B20
395-1 649
SR 1/8NTFN
ESTATE SALES

ISLAND ESTATE SALES
Unique Silver, Jewelry, Art, Furniture,
Wicker, Morea Osla~nders get

one cash item!
2431 PeriwinkleVWay,2wwwSanibelAuction.com


GARAGE/YARD SALE

LIVING ESTATEIMIOVING SALE
1237 Seagrape Lane, Sanibel
Fri, April 2 from 9-3 & Sat, April 3 from 7-10
Antiques: furniture, ephemera, glass,
china, kitchen, tools, books, toys, linens;
craft, shells, artwork, sculptures & much more.
RS 3/26V14/2

LOST AND FOUND

LOST CATS
EAST END OF SANIBEL ISLAND,
Yachtsman Drive area.
Brown female tortie, and black female.
Both very friendly and vocal.
Call 472-4410 or 277-0058.
SR3/26V1 4/2


UPHOLSTERY
On Island Free Estimates.
Over 15 Years Experience.
Offering Professional Upholstery Services,
Custom Art and Hand Painted Furniture.
Lacy@LacyMcCla~ry oy orFr 918-740-4972


PROFESSIONAL
CLEANING SERVICES
Residential Commercial
Interior Windows Carpet Cleaning
J mnfer0 6aton



PERSONAL HOME CARE
Assist wi h transportation, meals,cleaning,
home/car maintenance. Excellent organiza-
tional skills. Island Resident.
Call Lisa 239-472-8875
Available day/night/weekends


NEED COMPUTER HELP?
Sanibel Resident. 20 Years pc
E perience. Pc Troubleshooting pData
Backup & Restoration, Network Virus
Detection & Removal. Free Initial
00nSUlt8tion. Call Fred 472-3873


MIURALISTIARTIST FRANK RA0
Unique Faux/Old World Designs for home/
off ice. Free hand themed Murals Finshes-
Woods/marbel/brick/stone for walls/
floors/ceilIi ngs/furn iture/ca binets
WWW, muralsbyf rank. com or 239-634-541 0


ANNUAL RENTAL




WALK TO BEACH
This peaceful 2 bedroom/~1 bath UF ground level

and is1 lcte on ue i ann Ianpo Ol5month.
DUPLEX IN THE AIR
This 2 bedroom/~1 bath UF duplex offers screened
porch, wld, 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, plus. Private and a short
walk to beach. $2,000/mo.

472-6747
Call on these Island Rentals and ask about

Servin hhe Ins dR ntal N es Snrcent975
[B Gulf Beach Properties, Inc. E
L.2Paul H. Zimmerman, Broker/Owner -
S 3/26 B TFN

ANNUAL RENTAL
Two bed/two 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.
9 NTFN


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


PROPERTIES AVAILABLE
For a complete list visit our Website
www, remax-ofthei sla nds, com
Call Dustyn, RE/MAX of the Islands
239-4792 (11


LEASE OR LEASE/
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 airy with vaulted
ceilings, unfurnished and immediate
occupancy. Asking $1,750
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


LARGE 1BR/1BR
South Ft. Myes close to beaches
Well mant esrs| tdmlaine feher pain e, huge

vine gbr oaosd. $650/@r qhue
Call Pam 887-0834
RS 4/2 M 4/2


ISLAND SUN APRIL 2, 2010 43B


HOUSE CARE
While you are away by
retired architect, Sanibel resident.
Call 395-1649
SR 9/30 D TFN





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FOR INFORMATION
AND SHOWINGS
PLEASE CALL

ISABELLA RASI

(239) 246-4716
EMAIL
ISABELARASI@AOL.COM
NOVELLI INTERNATIONAL REAL ESTATE
RS 11/27 NTFN


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Pfeifer Realty Group
Sanibel Island, FL
239-472-0004
SR 2/12 BTFN


3BR/3BA remodeled duplex in Dunes
with sweeping golf course views and
granite, marble ,3te pavers 3r Hloor

IVobile: 910-3099
Office: 472-5187
BrianSanibel~yahoo.com
wwmBranSanibel.com


FOR SALE
Single wide unit number 30
in Adult Periwinkle Park on Sanibel
Island. One bedroom one ba h wi h
central air. Located on quiet street with
great view overlooking the pond. Has a
Iarge finished Ianal including washer and
dryer. AI| in great condition. Willing to
pay monthly fees for first six months.
Asking price $79,900.
For more information
call 239-246-5769.
SR 1/29MTFN


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CONDO FOR SALE
2-Bed, 2-Bath, newly renovated Gulf-front
condo w/garage and add I cabana.
Low maintenance.
Only $929,000.
Call 239-472-3411 or 239-691-6047.


HOME FOR SALE
Live inexpensively on Sanibel.
Charming, unique unit in Perlwinkle Park.
410-9109


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Two bed/two bath unfurnished ground
floor condo, close to Sanibel and
Fort Myers Beach, $95,000.
Call 851-3506




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2480 Library Way
Zoned for both commercial and
residential use. Rare opportunity on
Sanibel Island. Asking $1,150,000
THE DUNES


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3BR/3BA Dunes duplex. Great golf
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Asking $429,000


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