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Marianne Kanzius Follows The Dream
by Jim George

passed away
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the end of a seven-
year journey of
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Friday 2002, he Marianne and the late John Kanzius
as patient, she as
care giver. But during that time of indescribable personal adversity Kanzius devel-
oped a potential treatment for cancer. The seed of his invention was planted when
he saw the pain of children suffering the same side effects of cancer treatments that
he himself was enduring.
Kanzius' dream was to see the first child treated with his invention. It was his single
focus all during his own struggle with the disease. He didn't live to see his dream come
true but Marianne, his wife of 45 years and mother of two children, is determined that
his dream will be fulfilled. Upon his death last year she took up the mantle of leader-
ship of the project, immersing herself in the myriad details of the various research
continued on page 11



Help Kanzius Foundation
Win $250,000 Grant


Join a bike tour of the refuge for Earth Day

Earth Day At The Refuge
Celebrates 40 Years Of 'Green'

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.
The first 200 participants to arrive for Earth Day will receive a free reusable refuge
grocery bag, compliments of DDWS, which is also providing free samples of shade-
grown coffee.
"This year's activities are geared for all ages," said Supervisory Refuge Ranger Toni
Westland, event organizer. "The message is get outdoors, get in touch with Mother
Earth, and learn how to live green.
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are inviting the pub-
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transfer ceremony for
the Lighthouse Beach
property on Sanibel on
Wednesday, April 21 at 10 a.m.
RSVP to Shayne Banks
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Pepsi is awarding $1.3 million a month in amounts ranging from $5,000 to
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To receive this grant, the Kanzius Foundation must be one of the top two vote-
getters in the $250,000 category for April. A call goes out to everyone who's a part
of the fight against cancer to cast a vote every day this month to help the foundation
reach its goal.
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FISH Needs

Your Help
by Maggi Feiner, President,
FISH of Sanibel
We are about halfway through our
annual FISH (Friends In Service
Here) of Sanibel community
fund drive, and while we've had a gener-
ous response from many this year we
are falling short of our financial goal of
$42,000 to keep our full range of FISH
services going. FISH relies heavily on
the support of the community to meet
its financial needs and unfortunately
with the current economic environment
the needs of some of our island neigh-
bors are greater than ever. Demand for
HISH series hasvr eb dso gan
stocked and being able to provide emer-
gency financial assistance is the top pri-
ority for FISH in 2010.
There have been some significant suc-
cess stories of island neighbors who have
been given a hand up by FISH this year.
Take Sally, a single mother of two chil-
dren who lives and works on the island.
She has her hours cut back over the
past three months, due to the economic
climate. Until recently, Sally has been
coping with her rent and other domestic
expenses. As a result of the reduction in
her weekly earnings, however, she has
needed assistance with food for herself
and her children. FISH has been able to
help her out by providing food from the
food pantry and our program director has
been able to help her find her some state
benefits that she is entitled to and that
she was not aware of these will help
her on an ongoing basis.
Another example of how FISH helps
out island neighbours is John, an elderly
man who has been a long-term resident
of Sanibel. Because of the recent cold
weather John was unable to pay his elec-
tric bill and was threatened with being
cut off. After careful screening, FISH
stepped in and paid this bill and also
assisted John by getting him a number of
other resource referrals who will help him
on a more long-term basis.
"The economic impact has been felt
by many but now more than ever FISH
really needs your help," said John Plyor,
FISH director of resource development.
"If you have not already done so, we are
asking you to consider making a donation
to FISH. This can be done either by send-
ing back your FISH return envelope or by
sending a donation directly to the Walk-
in-Center, which is now located at 1630
Periwinkle Way, Unit B (next to Pfeifer
Realty Group) and is open Monday
through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
FISH can be contacted at 472 4775."
FISH of Sanibel, Inc. is a non-profit
volunteer organization assisting Sanibel
and Captiva islanders and visitors with a
wide range of services. For more than 28
years FISH has been a "neighbor help-
ing neighbors" organization offering free
human services such as transportation
for medical appointments, meal delivery,
health equipment, food pantry, and emer-
gency financial assistance.M


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HAPPY Hour Fitness is at 8 a.m
Happy Hour 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 sim-
ple yoga poses and a great core with the
dynamics of pilates. Strengthen, lengthen
and gain flexibility
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members and $10 for non-members per
trip. Stop by the center or call to sign up.
April Programs
Florida Repertory Theater, Saturday,
April 17, 2 p.m. The play is Trying by
Joanna McClelland Glass. Cost is $26 for
members, $31 for non-members when
paid eight days in advance.
May 8, 2 p.m., The Big Bang by
Boyd Graham, music by Jef Feuer.
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
April 15, Tuesday, Joe s Crab Shack,
Fort Myers and The Hope Chest.
Explore new restaurants and meet
people, visit with friends and have lunch.
Join others to carpool or be at the restau-
rant at 11:30 a.m.
Dining Out
April 25, Sunday, Dinner Train
Theater performance of Murder on
the Menu. Take a trip back to the early
1970s along with four gourmet TV per-
sonality 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. $24 for members, $34,
non-members. Lunch of Chicken Caesar
Salad and a beverage is included in the
fee. However, participants may bring
small coolers with additional snacks if


Essential Total Fitness, 9:30 a.m.
Monday through Friday, includes cardio,
muscle strengthening and 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, is 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 p.m.
Tuesday.
Bridge for Fun is at 1 p.m. Monday
and Wednesday and Mah Johngg at 1
p.m. Thursday. Prizes are awarded for
both games and materials and supplies
are included. Cost is $2.50 for members,
$5 for non-members.
Meditation with Karl and Ann, 8:30
a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
One half-hour to relax the soul and
relieve stress. While this is primarily
intended for those seeking a group with
which to meditate, those with no experi-
ence are equally welcome.
Kayak Launching is Tuesdays, April
6, 13, 20 and 27. This non-competitive
outing has space for 16 people on eight
two-person kayaks and unlimited space
for those with their own kayaks. Each
outing has two leaders who determine
the location. Meet at the center. Supplies
provided include the kayaks, paddles
and required life jackets. Fees are $5 for


they wish. This is a trip you will not want
to miss.
Tour of San Carlos Island s
Commercial Fishing Fleet, Wednesday,
May 5. Carpooling from the center at
8:15 a.m. Cost $15 per person includes
11/-hour tour of the Ostego Bay Marine
Science Center and 110-hour walking
tour of San Carlos Island Commercial
Fishing Industry. Lunch (Dutch treat)
afterwards in one of the three restaurants
within walking distance.
Craft Classes
Market Basket Making with with-
Martha Kehoe, April 19, 9:30 a.m. to
1 p.m. Weave your own sturdy, multi-
purpose basket with a wood handle
and colored trim. Class is limited to 10
participants, $40 for members: $45 for
non-members.
Necklace Beading with Andrea
Goetzinger, Tuesday, April 20. Create a
beautiful, sparkling necklace designed to
accent your attire for many occasions.
$30 for members, $35 for non-members
Computer Class
Monday, April 12 1-3 p.m. This
seminar is 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 plans, ordering
tickets, tracking your stocks or ball teams,
accessing government information, find-
ing recipes, gardening tips, movies, music
and online shopping.
Call the center for further details of all
programs at 472-5743.M


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various leadership positions at the town and Central Board level. "It seemed natural to

beoe au I s man init rs isncuding music, painting, needlepoint, gardening,
golfing, boating, "walking on our incredibly beautiful beach," and traveling. She is a
member of the Beachview Golf Club, Captiva Yacht Club, and the Ridgewood Country
Club in New Jersey.
"Being near the ocean has always played a major role in our family life," she says.
When the children were very young, she and her husband purchased a place on Long
Beach Island where they "spend many happy hours with our children and 14 grand-
children. #M


Sanibel Historical Museum And Village

Docent Profile: Gerry


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Day Camp

Registration

Recreation Department's Summer
Day Camp began on Monday,
April 5.
Summer Day Camp is a traditional
nine-week day camp where attendees
participate in activities such as swim-
ming, arts and crafts, tennis and a variety
of other recreational programs. This
year the program will run from June 21
through August 20. To contain costs and


meet special dietary requirements, attend-
ees bring their own brown bag lunch.
Summer Day Camp is open to children
entering grades one through eight and
operates Monday through Friday from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. The cost for one week of
Summer Day Camp is $85 per child for
members and $105 per child for non-
members. Individual weeks are available
for purchase during the nine-week period.
For more information, call 472-0345.
Financial assistance is available to fam-
ilies of program participants based upon
financial need.
The Sanibel Recreation Center is
located at 3880 Sanibel-Captiva Road.
Daily, weekly and annual membershipsare
available. Visit www.mysanibel.com.4


Gerry Verblaauw
by Ray Buck
Learning Sanibel Island's history and sharing it with visitors has been very
rewarding for Gerry Verblaauw.
"Stationed in the Rutland House enables me to be the first to interact with
visitors and to welcome them to the Village," she says.
"The house is an excellent example of the Florida 'cracker style' and is a warm
beginning to the tour of the Sanibel Historical Museum and Village," Verblaauw says.
"It has been fun meeting other docents and the many visitors from the island, their
guests, and others from all over the USA and also Europe.
Like many other full- and part-time residents, she and her husband Rod fell in love
with Sanibel from the moment they crossed the bridge in 1982. She now wishes that
they had known about the island when, in 1959, on their honeymoon, they spent two
weeks touring Florida.
"It would be great, as a docent, when relating the early history of Sanibel, to have
personally taken the ferry here," she says.
Volunteering has always been a priority for Verblaauw. Raising four children in
northern New Jersey gave opportunities to help Brownies, Scouts and to volunteer at
school. Later she became involved with the Valley Hospital Auxiliary where she held


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therapy has caused non-verbal children
at area schools to develop a desire to
communicate. A rehab patient at Lee
Memorial Hospital found petting a dog
relieved her pain.
The Lee County Cell Dogs Program,
a partnership between the Lee County
Sheriff's Office and Lee County Animal
Services, teaches inmates in the Lee
County Jail to prepare selected home-
less shelter dogs for adoption. Dogs that
would have been put down are saved,
inmates learn emotional and teaching
skills and are given a new sense of pur-
pose, adoptive families enjoy their well-
behaved new family members and the
many volunteers who make this program
possible receive satisfaction from putting
their love of dogs to work.
Formed in 2007, the Sanibel Dog
Club has more than 100 members who
are committed to creating a dog park in
Sanibel and providing educational pro-
grams for those interested in dogs. Those
interested may purchase a $25 Sanibel
Dog Club membership at the event.#


How Do Dogs

Help People?

T rie docas, kow na hedrear
Sful results with people who have
suffered disability, trauma, illness or
whose disadvantaged lives have turned
them into felons. These stories will
be presented at the first of a series of
Sanibel Dog Club programs open to
the public April 22 at 5:30 p.m. at The
Community House, 2173 Perwinkle
Way
Gulf Coast Pet Partners, a non-
profit organization, will be explained by
two Sanibel handler/dog teams, Helen
Ramsey accompanied by her therapy dog
Simon, and David Gomberg with Rocky.
Susan Vail and Coralie James, owner of
the Companion Dog Training Center,
will discuss the Lee County Cell Dogs
Program.
Gulf Coast Pet Partners has 65 volun-
teer therapy teams working from Naples
to Tampa. It is affiliated with the non-
profit Delta Society Pet Partners Program
whose 10,000 handler/pet teams serve
over a million people each year in all
50 states and several countries. Included
among Southwest Florida places visited
are hospitals, nursing homes, senior cen-
ters, schools and libraries.


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


Community
Sh aieAssociation
(SCA) has named
Jill Kobe as execu-
tive director of .
The Community
House. "The
Sanibel Community
Association is excit-
ed to welcome Jill
Kobe as the execu-
tive director," said Jill Kobe
SCA President,Salli
Kirkland.
Kobe comes from the shopping cen-
ter industn} where she has managed
and marketed commercial properties in
Colorado, Kansas and Florida. Her pas-
sion for marketing and special events
has earned her national awards and rec-
ognition along with two Guinness World
Records and three Gold awards from
the Public Relations Society of America
(PRSA).
"Jill's background in both marketing
and event planning will be a tremendous
asset to The Community House," added
Kirkland. "As we look to the future, we
are grateful to have her leadership and
energy."
With strong ties to Sanibel through her
mother, a long time resident, Kobe decid-
ed the best gift she could give her chil-
dren was the opportunity to raise them
on Sanibel. "I have always been in love
with Sanibel, and am beyond thrilled that
I have an opportunity to raise my family
here." Kobe added, "The Community
House is the heart of the island. I'm
excited to further its mission by working
closely with the board of directors, staff,
membership and volunteers as we con-
tinue to seek new ways to strengthen and
grow our community house."O


T he Sanibel~soito
Community

(SCA) bids fare-
well to long-time
General Manager
Gloria Baker, who
will retire this
spring. Serving
SCA since 2004,
Baker's dedication,
hard work, and
community spirit Gloria Baker
will be missed by all.
During her tenure with SCA, Baker
assisted the board of directors with its
strategic plan and long-term vision, while
also diligently working to enhance the
mission of The Community House by
seeking new ways to enrich the commu-
nity.
Combining her love of community
with passion for dance, Baker finally saw
her "dream dancing event," Dancing with
the Islands' Stars, become a reality and
successful fundraiser. She is now anxious
to spend time with her daughter, and do
some traveling.
"Gloria was a wonderful asset to The
Community House and will be missed by
all," said Salli Kirkland, SCA board presi-
dent. "She was instrumental in providing
a creative vision and foundation that will
carry the house for years to come. The
board of directors is thankful for her pas-
sionate commitment and wishes her the
best in her retirement."
In honor of Baker's hard work and
commitment, the board of directors will
present her with a lifetime membership at
its annual board meeting on Wednesday,
April 28, 6 p.m., at The Community
House. Members are invited to join SCA
in wishing Baker the best of luck in retire-
ment.a


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Ray Buck
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Ed Frank
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Carol Gagnon
Jim George
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Jane Vos Hogg
Joan Hooper


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Anne Mitchell
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Capt. Bob Sabatino
Di Saggau
Jeanie Tinch
Bridget Vandenburgh


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Advertising
Ed Ibarra
Terri Blackmore

Graphic Arts &
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Stephanie See
Ann Ziehl
Katherine Mouyos


New Executive SCA General

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Samibel City Council will

COnvene a regular meeting on

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

at 9:00 a.m

in Mackenzie Hall

at City Hall

800 Dunlop Road
Sanbel, FI 'id

Public is welcome.

Complete agendas are available at the City Web site:
www.mysanibel. com. A copy of the agenda is also posted on the
bulletin board outside City Hall. Agendas subject to
amendment.
IF A PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL A DECISION MADE BY THE COUNCIL ON ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THIS
MEETING/HEARING, SUCH PERSON MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS
MADE, TO INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH ANY SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, PERSONS NEEDING A SPECIAL
ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING SHOULD CONTACT JIM ISOM, DIRECTOR OF
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES NO LATER THAN ONE DAY PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDINGS TELEPHONE 239-472-3700
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thank the community for its cooperation
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Celebrity

Baggers Needed
Think you're a local celebrity? Or
a hand to raise funds for the
American Cancer Society Relay for Life.
Doena bel bhr. Helping out makes every-
Bailey's General Store is seeking
celebrity baggers for Friday and Saturday,
April 16 and 17. You can pick your own
one- or two-hour shift between 10 a.m.
and 5 p.m.
The baggers encourage customers to
drCaal Kath ytLea a at 472-1516 if you
can help.M


Renowned Sanibel artist Luc century
engraves a Periwinkle Paver
is tax deductible. If you are giving the
paver as a gift, your recipient will receive
a framable certificate acknowledging
tB a fcatio lava le cpysof sing
natural beauty on the island.
Pavers provide a thoughtful way to
recognize special birthdays, weddings,
births, graduations, or as a memorial to
a loved one. Over 300 pavers have been
placed in the walkway thus far. Some of
them are ddicated 03beloved pets, one

47To lae an order call 470-2866 or
Sanibel Beautification's 10th anniver-
sary celebration will be held Sunday, May
2 from 3 to 5 p.m. in The Herb Strauss
Schoolhouse Theater parking lot.
There will be trolley tours of com-
pleted projects, displays, refreshments,


Sanibel Beautification is an all vol-
wi er,r nop ofitdso anizati d
maintain native trees and vegetation on
the island. All projects are professionally
designed, city approved, and use only
native plants. All contributions go direct-
ly for the purchase of plant materials.
One of the ways that Sanibel
Beautification raises funds to pay for
plantings is the sale of Periwinkle Pavers.
These are bricks that are hand engraved
by Sanibel artist Luc Centung. The pay-
ers are then installed in the walkway at
the base of the flagpole at the causeway
intersection at the entrance to the island.
The pavers can contain up to 28
characters on two lines with a maximum
of 14 characters on each line. The pay-
ers are $200 each, and the entire cost


The Sanibel-Captiva Rotary Club installed
a new flag pole at the causeway intersec-
tion in 2006, and Sanibel Beautification's
completed walkway and landscaping
became the site for Periwinkle Pavers


Sanibel Community Association
Annual Meeting Notice
11 Sanibel Community Association (SCA) members are invited to attend the
annual meeting on Wednesday, April 28 at 6 p.m. Following the annual
Report and status of The Community House's operations, hors d'oeuvres and
refreshments will be served.
Call 472-2155 to make reservations or stop by The Community House at 2173
Periwinkle Way.M


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stoves from Project Gaia,
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produces harmful smoke wayne Ponader, Bill Rahe and Parke Avery share a laugh
in the small Haitian homes during the evening's festivities
Baxilt Ishas donated
100,000 liters of etha-
nol for immediate use; *
ultimately the goal is to / :.
produce an ethanol supply
from the abundant sugar
plantations in Haiti. Both
projects are supported
by CODEP, a Christian L
organization backed by .-
the Episcopal Church and
the Presbyterian Church,
USA, an organization on
the ground in Haiti for 20 Penny Lind, silent auction chair, Linda Siefert and Joan
years. Wyon put their heads together on auction expertise
The festive, success-
ful evening was co chaired by David Bath and Judy Pryor. Countless parishioners
prepared and provided the evening s food, decor and auction Items. In addition, a
generous island community also added to the success of the silent auction. They are
Luc Century, crystal bowl; Captain Rob Modys, half-day guided fishing trip; Danny
Morgan, signed art print and CD; Eric Orkin, framed wildlife photograph; The
Sanctuary Golf Club, golf and lunch outing for four; Sanibel Home Furnishings, wicker
butler' stray and stand; and Sweet Melissa s Cafe, dinner for two.
St. Michael s Parish is very grateful for the generosity of so many who made this
fundraiser such a success with all their hard work.M


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two projects to alleviate suffering
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Millenium Development Goals
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culture project developed at the
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laboratory under the direction of
Bill Mebane, will enable sustain-
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presented by The Sanibel Community Association


Karaoke Night

Friday, Aprill16
DOors Open at 7 pm
The Sa n ibel Com mu nity Association
once again invites you to celebrate the
end of the season at is unforgettable
Karaoke event at The Comm unity
House. Get a g rou p to si ng tog ether or
perform solo and show us your stuff. This
years'theme celebrates Broadway b'
featuring yourfavorite Showtunes.

The DJ will be Line By Line Productions'
so you are invited to goto www.
l inebyl inep rod uctions.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.
472-21ss



SCA Annual Meeting

Wednesday, April 28 at 6:00 pm
All members are invited.

Complementary hors d'oeuvres
and refreshments.

RSVP required.


healthy cells and no side-effects. That's
what their research has shown to date in
animal studies.
According to one internationally
known cancer researcher, "it is the most
exciting and promising cancer treatment
developed in the past 50 years."
Kanzuis' resolve is palpable as she
describes the strong faith that sustains
her; a faith that was tested many times
as she struggled to understand how her
husband, who was doing so much to help
people, could be taken.
Kanzius is at ease when talking about
technical aspects of the research and
details of scientific papers in support of
the technology. "I have an advisory com-
mittee which consists of legal, technical,
research and fundraising; all people who
have been involved with the project all
along, she said. "My time is completely
taken up with talking to people and
attending functions in support of the
project but it's all of us together that will
make the difference. It's not only the
patients that feel pain. Anyone connected
with that person feels it as well."
Her desk was piled high with notes,
journals and messages as she sorted
through phone calls from all over the
country. She had morphed from care-
giver to chief executive with a single goal
in mind... the project must be brought
to the conclusion of which her husband
dreamed.
"She is amazing," said Dr. Steve
Curley, chief research scientist for the
project at the M.D. Anderson Cancer
Research Center in Houston. Curley, a
member of Kanzius' advisory committee,


said Kanzius has an excellent grasp of
the science of the project and because of
that the project has not lost focus. "She
understands all facets of the project which
includes the research, fundraising and the
development of the equipment. The proj-
ect is in good hands."
Curley is expecting to issue two papers
to the medical community this month,
one demonstrating a new type of nano-
particle known as a Quantum Dot, a
composite metal (indium and gallium) that
has fluorescent qualities that can be seen
with a laser that will allow treatment at
lower temperatures to eliminate collateral
healthy cell damage; the other paper
illustrates the use of gold nanoparticles
in destroying pancreatic cancer cells.
Nanoparticles are a key to the success of
the technology.
Curley said financial support from
Sanibel and Captiva has been instmumen-
tal in the rapid progress of the project.
He is anticipating adding two additional
researchers to his staff of 14. "Every
additional person we add reduces the
time to get to human trials," he said.
Marianne Kanzius left no doubt that
her husband's dream lives on through her
but she shies away from taking the credit
for the leap fonvard the project has taken
this past year.
"The advisory committee held me up
during a difficult time and they deserve
the credit. John selected them well," she
said. Spoken like a true chief executive.#


Fighting Conchs
Gear Up For

Relay For Life

Conchs have been busy raising
money as a team for the American
Cancer Society's Relay for Life to be
held in Fort Myers beginning Friday,
April 23 at 6 p.m.
The team is the second top fundraiser
for the Fort Myers Relay. To date it has
raised over $17,000. One of the largest
fundraisers was a private concert with
bevera sa and appetizers in the artsy and

The team is busy now preparing
for the main event. Its last meeting is

:theIsads Eel90ei te co traBe kt
come. The theme of this year's Relay for
"'f isMad Gra. jhhe team s ent s t
and fighting conchs in mind.


tent, serving Sanibel Bean Coffee,
Bailey's jambalaya and conch chowder,
Jerry's ice cream plus popcorn, cot-
ton candy and snow cones. Check out
http://main.acsevents.org for all the
events of the evening. .
This weekend, April 16 and 17 is our
next big fundraiser, Celebrity Bagging at
Bailey's General Store. The organizers
are asking islanders to stop by and sup-
port the celebrity baggers.
For more information check the Web
site or call Lisa Newmeyer-Cochrane
at 246-8875 or Ellen Mayeron at 849-
7077.4


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Follo ws The Dream
activities going on at the M.D. Anderson
Cancer Research Center, University of
Pittsburg Medical center, Food and Drug
Administration, development of a human
sized RF Generator, patent issues and
fund raising. All of this while grappling
with the loss of her life partner. How did
she adjust to horrendous loss and the
scope of the job in front of her?
"I didn't have a choice," She said. "I
read a book once that said you exist until
you can live again. I'm doing a lot better
than just existing but when I lost John
there was nothing I could do about it. I
couldn't change what happened. John
gave me a gift when he asked me to
continue the project and in doing so I am
consumed with the project and therefore
don't have time to be thinking about
myself. I feel a big responsibility to any-
one who has cancer and to all those who
have supported the project. I'm falstrated
because I don't have the technical ability
John had or the ability to move things as
fast as he did but I'm determined as he
was to see his dream realized."
Kanzius, a radio engineer, developed
a technology that uses nanoparticles and
an external radio-wave generator to tar-
get cancer cells which heat up to a tem-
perature that kill the cells. Unlike current
treatments that cause nausea, weakness,
hair loss and damage to healthy cells, the
Kanzius treatment, according to research-
ers, would have no collateral damage to





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Darwinism Or Divine Design Seminary

nSunday, April 25, Dr. Tom Woodward of Trinity College will present stim-

A graduate of Princeton with a PhD from Dallas Theological Seminary, Dr.
Woodward is a captivating communicator and Biblical scholar. He is a professor at
Trinity College of Florida and is the founder and director of the C.S. Lewis Society
:ih shemi sio To engage those on university campuses in discussion of the "big
Dr. Woodward will be in the pulpit at all three services on Sunday morning, 8 a.m.,
9 a.m. and 10:45 a.m., and then at 5 p.m. will present a brief seminar with time for
questions. There will also be a program that evening for children ages five tol2, com-
plete with fascinating fossils.
A light dinner will be served for a brief time of fellowship.
A love offering will be received to support the ministry of Dr. Woodward and the
C.S. Lewis Society.
Sanibel Community Church is located at 1740 Periwinkle Way, next to Jerry's
Market. For more information call 472-2684.#


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Churches/ Temples
ANNUNCIATION GREEK
ORTHODOX CHURCH:
8210 Cypress Lake Drive, Fort Myers
Rev. Dr. Ellas Bouboutsis
Orthros Service Sunday 9 a.m.
Divine Liturgy Sunday 10 a.m.
I loshipchProorams, SGtruedek School,
www. orthodox-faith.com
481-2099
BAT YAM-TEMPLE OF THE ISLANDS:
The Reform Congregation of Bat Yam,
Temple of the Islands, meets for Friday
night services at 8 p.m. in the Fellowship
CH rh,t 5U0n dei inlereWay Sibel.
Call Temple President Dr. Michael Raab,
A 39 -13 3CoA more info ma in
11580 Chapin Lane
The Rev. Dr. Robert R. Hansel
Nov. 15 through April 18
Snda~y 1 a.m.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,

S9C0 NWTt Gulf Dr., Sunday 10:30 a.m.;
Sunday School 10:30 a.m., Wednesday
evnopgmeetn da3 epdm. s dindi
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
DrN ay D nivanSeeo tPastor
Tom Walsh, Youth Pastor
Sunday Worship Hours:
8 a.m. Traditional Service
with Communion
9 a.m. Contemporary Service
with Kids' Church
10:45 a.m. Traditional Service


She was graduate of Brooklyn College.
She received her MS from Hunter
College in 1977. She was a founder,
author and lecturer of the Whole Person
Fertility Program, an internationally rec-
ognized counseling program for infertile
couples. For more information contact:
www.ntravi.com.
A memorial service will be held on
May 8 at 2 p.m. at All Faiths Unitarian
Congregation, 2726 McGregor
Boulevard, 226-0900. Dr. Wayne A.
Robinson will preside. In lieu of flow-
ers, memorials can be sent to Susan G.
Komen Breast Cancer Foundation in her
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Childcare available at all services.
SANIBEL CONGREGATIONAL
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST:
2050 Perlwinkle Way, 472-0497
M nistees Rev Dr. John H. Danner and

Sunday Worship
7:45 a.m. Informal Chapel Service
9:00 a.m. Worship with nursery and
Sunday School for children and youth
11 a.m. Worship with nursery care
Elevators for easy access to sanctuary.
Church office open Monday-Friday 9 a.m.
to 12 and 1 to 3 p.m.
ww. saBIL lC I OLIC CHURCH:
3559 San-Cap Rd., 472-2763
Pastor: Rev. Christopher Senk,
Communion Service: Monday and
TuIdaiy a 8: 3Wedsday, 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
EPISCOPAL CHURCH:
2304 Periwinkle Way between the
Ban & B iey'sl, 472- 173or
www.saintmichaels-sani bel.org
VWorshdlp Service :

Sunday at 8 and 10:30 a.m..
Wed edy at 9 a~.ad 6 pm
UNITnnlANsUaNIV RS LISTSm.
OF THE ISLANDS:
Meets on the first Sunday of each month
from December through April at the
Sanibel Congregational Church
2050 Perlwinkle Way at 7:30 p.m.
A pot luck is held at a member's home on
the third Sunday of each month.
For more information call 433-4901 or
email ryil 39@aol.com.M


NIRAVI B. PAYNE

iravi B. Payne, 85, of Sanibel,
She is survived by her sisters,
Nancy, Francis and Perry Schneider; her
daughters, Dr. Bonnee Price-Linden, and
Meri (Jonathan) Wallace, RCSW, of New
York; grandchildren, David, Gregg and
Michael; great-grandchildren, Ashley,
Landon, Steven, Tyler, Aiden, Ariel and
Issac.


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Earth Day Celebration At
Sanibel Community Church
On the evening of Earth Day, Thursday April 22, Sanibel
Community Church is serving an organic dinner at 5:30
p.m., followed by the powerful new film release The
Mysterious Islands. There is no place in the world like the
Galapagos Islands, and this film is a masterpiece in capturing the
splendor and wonder of God's creation.
On this 40th anniversary of Earth Day our reflections will
turn back to the beginning of history. According to the Book of
Genesis, the very first book in the Bible, when God created the
earth he created people to be caretakers of this beautiful planet.
Dr. Dalyl Donovan, senior pastor of Sanibel Community Church,
will be sharing 25 tips to be good caretakers of the earth. This will
be a great family night for all ages, celebrating the gift of the earth.
There is no charge for the meal or film, but a free will offering
will be received to protect Florida wildlife.
Sanibel Community Church is located at 1740 Periwinkle Way
(next to Jerry's Market.) For more information call 472-2684.M
Bartholomew Islands


Earth Day
Beach Service
'From th~e (
A ages are welcome to a 30-min-
Piute Earth Day service, Caring for
Creation, on Wednesday, April-. /
21 at 6 p.m., at the end of the Nerita
Street boardwalk.
Laity of St. Michael and All Angels
Church will lead joyful song and prayer
in the Celtic tradition, with emphasis on
spiritual reflection and contemplation. ,
Bring your own beach chairs.M

LOGOS Yr
Banquet Night
Paents are invited to dinner
at Logos Banquet Night at
Sanibel Community Church on
Wednesday, April 21. The group will
conclude the year with awards for Best
Flying Airplane, Cup Stomp, Turkey
Shoot, Spoon Hanging, and the Ernie
Gunther award.
For more information, call Kathy
Cramer at 472-2684.M


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Proceeds From Baileyfest
Presented To The Autism Fund

Autism
SAwareness .... =
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The Autism Fund president; and Sam Bailey, Baileyfest founder
and Sanibel resi-
dent Patrick O Sullivan.
"On behalf of The Autism Fund Board of Directors, I would like to thank Sam
Bailey and the entire Bailey s Center Merchants' Association," said O Sullivan. "This
donation will help local Southwest Florida families get the autism treatment Applied
Behavior Analysis (ABA) they need for their children. Thank you again BCMA for
this kind donation.
The Autism Fund raises money to provide crucial treatment for children with symp-
toms on the autism spectrum within Florida s Lee and Collier counties. For more infor
mation or to make a donation, visit www.theautismfund.org.M


Beach Shoes
A Boon For Haiti
by Anne Mitchell .
Aqua socks, those soft footies that ...
people like to wear on Samibel s
beaches, are a great fit for the.
people of Haiti, who have to walk .,-9
through garbage and sodden ground.
Now, thanks to Karren Maur, a .,
sales assistant at Footloose and H20
in Jerry s shopping center on Sanibel,
more than 500 Haitians now have this
protective footwear to ease their misery. 4 -
Maguire said she and her co-workers
were discussing the situation in Haiti
when she realized that Beach Stuff Inc.
which operates the stores, likely had
some overstock aqua socks that could
be used. She checked around and found
many pairs in the "back room" and also g
at the company s other stores.
She asked the owners, the Baugher :
family, for permission to donate them
and they happily gave their blessing. Karren Maguire in front of a display of aqua
Maguire then gathered them all up socks similar to the ones that were shipped
and researched an organization to give to Haiti
them to. She settled on Hope for Haiti,
based in downtown Naples, and with her
sister Pamela McNeil of Cape Coral, she delivered them.
Now Maguire hopes that other store owners will check their surplus merchandise
for items that could be used in Haiti.
To contact Hope for Haiti, call 239-434-7183 or log onto www.hopeforhaiti.com.X




























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Sunday. April 18
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Bridge Mon. and Wed. 1 p.m.
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HOppen| g
submitted by Shirley Jewell
Don Adams, bicycle historian, who
I was the speaker at last Friday's
SRotary Club meeting, moved to
Sanibel in 1999 following 25 years in
Dearborn, Michigan where he was public
affairs officer for the Henly Ford Museum
and Greenfield Village and director of
the Automotive Hall of Fame Museum.
He continues in the museum field with a
museum management consulting practice
that has served 40 museums across the
U.S. and Canada.
His interest in bicycling history began
in 1968, when he saw a 1880s bicycle
for the first time. This man has a true
love for the history of the bicycle, you
can see it in his demeanor when he talks
on the subject. He joyfully presents the
topic with a gleam in his eyes and maybe
always reliving his first time riding a bike.
As Adams said, "The bicycle was the
first self-propelled machine for personal
transportation. It created a mechanical,
social, political and transportation revolu-
tion." Remember this all started in 1816.
Baron Kar vonDrais, chief forester for
the Duke of Baden in Germany, took a
length of wood, attached a saddle and
two small carriage wheels in tandem.
No pedals folks! No brakes! Thrusting
one s feet against the ground in a skating
motion.
This was not exactly the prototype for
our modern bike, but it was the begin-


with pedals and cranks on the front axle.
Thus was born the velocipede. Michaux
split from Lallement, moved to Ansonia,
Connecticut, where he and a new partner
James Carol of New Haven registered in
1866 the first patent on a pedal-driven
velocipede. As Adams says, a mere 144
years ago.
At this time, bicycle riding seemed to
be a pastime for the wealthy sportsmen.
Riding academies were started, one at
Yale University. Harpers magazine regu-
larly printed illustrations of proper veloci-
pede riding style and etiquette. Cities
in Massachusetts, Connecticut and New
York banned the velocipede on public
streets as a nuisance that knocked over
pedestrians and scared horses.
One of the biggest advances in what
we know as the bicycle came in 1870,
when British inventor James Starley
solved the problem of getting more speed
and distance from each pedal revolution
simply by making the driving wheel big-
ger. All bicycles available in America at
this time were imported from Europe,
mainly England. The biggest importer
was the Pope Manufacturing Company of
Boston.
In 1878 Col. Albert Pope produced
the first American high wheel bicycle
which he called the Columbia. Note that
it had a small brake on the rear wheel,
which was very ineffective. The high
wheel bicycle's inherent danger contin-
ued to be an issue. Bicycle journals had


a monthly column listing those who had
succumbed to death by wheel. Yikes! In
1881, safety problems were addressed
reversing the configuration by putting the
big wheel in the rear making it impossible
to pitch over the front.
This is just the tip of the iceberg
regarding the history of the bicycle.
There really isn t enough column space
to tell the whole story. The story itself is
the journey of the evolution of how the
bicycle contributed to the development of
highways, automobiles, airplanes, mass
production techniques, pneumatic tires,
drum brakes, differential gears as well as
installment buying, annual model chang-
es, warranties, even road signs, maps and
ankle-baring women's garments were the
invention of bicyclists and bicycle mak-
ers. Check out the History Timeline of
the Bicycle at www.pedaling history.com
(some great pictures here) or pick-up a
copy of Adams' book Collecting and
Restoring Antique Bicycles.
The Sanibel-Captiva Rotary Club
meets at 7 a.m., every Friday at the
Beachview Restaurant, Sanibel.M


Hobby horse
ning. The hobbyhorse, as it was called,
was terribly uncomfortable and the rat-
tling of the iron tires caused somewhat
of a public nuisance. It took another 22
years before any further development
toward the bicycle we know today. In
1839 Scotsman Kirkpatrick MacMillan
discovered that a similar machine could
be balanced without touching feet to the
ground so long as there was forward
motion, in this case by treadles driven bV
connecting rods to the rear wheel.
More time passed without further
development until 1863 in France some-
one brought a broken hobby horse to
Pierre Lallement and Pierre Michaux for
repairs. After more tinkering there came
the idea that you could propel this vehicle


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Surprised Happy 85th Birthday


Rusty Farst and Nisla Tolp

Nisla Tolp was surprised on her 85th birthday when daughter, Toby Tolp,
Island. She always wanted a ride on a motorcycle.M


Back row: Chris Hamstra, Ricky Youschak, Carson Towles, and Judith Jones. Front row:
Alexis Gentry, Talia lanelli, Drew Bordiuk, Elsa Peterson, and Casey Mason


Mia Martinez


Mia Martinez will be four years old
on April 23. Mia attends Summit
Christian School on Sanibel. Her
parents, Elva and Ruben Martinez, sister,
Alondra, and pets, Jerry and Garfield, all
wish Mia a veny Happy BIhdllt-~,


Deaf Education
Presentation At
The Rec Center
Sanibel Recreation Center volunteer
Judith Jones arranged a very special
Sdeaf education presentation for the
3rd grade after school program children.
The presenters were Chris and Michelle
Hamstra, who are both Lee County
teachers, and their service dog, Hiro.
They spoke with the children on their
travels and the 20-month training process
of Hiro, who assists Chris as his hearing
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For up-to-date information on local beaches


Historic Island Inn Resort on the Gulf of Mexil0

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Traditions Restaurant is closing
For the summer on Thursda April 15. 20 10.


We~ looki fonrard to serving -ou in December.


Kiwanis Two-For-One Books Available

Kiwanis Diner's
Delight books 2010 DINERtS DELIGHT~
are now available.
The booksocon ain Sanfbel-Calptive
One free entree Kiwanis ClIub
whe anauhqeor $0.0 Itontrib tionl

purchased. Restaurants participating this year are: Doc Ford's Rum Bar & Grille,
Lazy Flamingo, The Jacaranda, Ellington's Jazz Bar & Restaurant, Chip's Sanibel
Steakhouse, McT's Shrimp House & Tavern, Traders Cafe, Beachview Steakhouse
& Seafood, Thistle Lodge, Twilight Caf&, The Timbers Restaurant & Fish Market, II
Tesoro Ristorante, Jerry's Foods Family Restaurant, The Sanibel Caf&, Blue Giraffe,
The Island Cow, Sanibel Deli & Coffee Factory, Hungry Heron, The Great White
Grill, Island Pizza Company, Over Easy Caf&, the Crow's Nest, Cantina Captiva,
Key Lime Bistro, RC Otter's, and Sunshine Seafood Caf& & Wine Bar. Books are
available through any local Kiwanian for a donation of $30. Coupons are good
through December 18. If you don't have the privilege of knowing one of these
upstanding citizens, call Jerry Edelman at 677-7299 for your dining book.M


18 ISLAND SUN APRIL 16, 2010

San-Cap Orchid
Society Meeting
Growing Cattleyas will be the
topic of the Monday, April 19
meeting of the Sanibel-Captiva
Orchid Society. Lee Behrhorst, owner
of Sundance Orchids in Fort Myers
will discuss these popular orchids an d
their care during the presentation at St.
Michael & All Angels Episcopal Church,
2304 Periwinkle Way.
Behrhorst became interested in orchids
when he and his wife moved to Fort
Myers 12 years ago from Pittsburgh. An
avid gardener, Behrhorst found little out-
let for his green thumb in his Southwest
Florida community. He began dabbling
in orchid culture and soon his collection
grew to over 700 plants. Needing room
for his collection, he found a dilapidated
greenhouse in 2001, renovated it, and
Sundance Orchids was born. The busi-
ness has grown from its original three


greenhouses with a few thousand orchids
to six greenhouses with over 25,000
orchidd ias raell .mnlag vrety of
Those interested in orchid fundamen-
tals are encouraged to come to the meet-
ing at 1 p.m. to listen to Tom Uhler, the
society s vice president discuss Fungicides
and Pesticides the Good, the Bad and
the REALLY Ugly. Participants are also
encouraged to come early to purchase
plants or to do so during intermission.
Anyone with questions or an ill orchid
that needs diagnosis can bring their plants
to the meeting during show and tell.
Orchid society members are invited to
participate in a monthly show. Ribbons
are awarded for best hybrid and best spe-
cies orchids. Members and guests are also
invited to participate in a monthly raffle.
Society membership is $20 annually,
guests are $4.
For more information call Nannette
Lehr at 395-3327.0


Grace Combes


Eric Combes


race Combes, 12, of Rocky
River, Ohio, found sea urchins on
Gthe beach near Sandpiper Beach.
She commented, "They smell really
bad."


ric Combes, age eight, found
Sandpiper Beach. "It was really
hard to find," he said.M


XIsla~nd
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Wilson's plovers
survived. In a few weeks, least terns will
also be checking out the beach. Last year,
13 chicks survived.
Both of these shorebirds are protected
by the state and federal government.Q


Shells Found


Shell Found


Wilson's Plover

Nest Reported
At Turner Beach
submitted by Lorraine Cowl
What's believed to be the first
potential nesting pair of
Wilson's plovers on Sanibel's
beaches has been reported at Turner
Beach near Blind Pass. They will nest
on the beach sand in a few weeks only if
they feel safe.
Please walk your dog on a leash close
to the surf. The leash, by law, should be
no longer than eight feet.
Last season, there were 15 plover
eggs on our beaches but only two chicks


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She Sells Sea Shells, Bailey's General Store, Timbers Restaurant, Matzaluna,
Doc Ford's, Rotary, Times of The Islands, Kiwanis, Trader's Restaurant, Sanibel
Community Bank, Sanibel Captiva Trust Company, The Bailey-Matthews Shell
Museum and Al Marti.
Each team has chosen an "oyster eater" who will be given 90 seconds to down
as many pre- shucked oysters on the half shell as possible. The winning team will be
awarded the coveted Edible Mollusk Festival & Oyster-Eating Contest trophy. Oyster
eaters will be awarded a signed, framed, cartoon designed for the event by local car-
toonist, Dave Horton.
Honorary judges include Judie Zimomra, Dan Schuyler, Mick Denham, Marty
Harrity and Matt Asen. NBC-2 anchor, Clay Miller will serve as the master of ceremo-
nies. For further information call Kathleen Hoover, public relations manager for The
Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum, at 395-2233.0


Saturday's Oyster Festival

Heralds New Shell Museum Exhibit


from 11 a.m. \
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Restaurant and
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& Oyster-Eating
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event heralds
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unveiling of I
the museum's
new edible
mollusk exhibit Lily a co. has donated this 16-inch double
called mmm.. Biwa pearl shell necklace with blue topaz
Mollusks! Th gemstones for the raffle
Festival will take
place in the Timbers parking lot, 703 Tarpon Bay Road
on Sanibel Island '
Festivities will include a dunk tank, Boston Fish Toss,
and face painting and crafts for children. Island crafty lady, Timbers trophy
Anne Joffe will help the children create edible mollusk '
magnets. Dr. Jos& H. Leal, museum director/curator, will
conduct a min-workshop on shells produced by edible mollusks and Timbers' culinary
experts will present min-workshops on cooking edible mollusks. Beer, oysters on the
half shell, oyster shooters and other special delicacies will be sold, with a portion of the
proceeds donated to the museum's educational fund. Lily & Co. donated a 16-inch


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ROyal Shell Starts
lt Up Fo PU REP

our Rivers & Estuaries) headquar-
tered on Sanibel was the benefi-
ciary of the car show held March 20t by
The Royal Shell Companies.
The show, held at Tahitian Gardens
shopping center, raised $5,241.
PURRE is a non-profit organization
whose mission is to insure that water
quality in all of Southwest Florida contin-
ues to improve.
"I am proud to support PURRE and
all of their efforts. The islands are one of
a kind and all of our continued support
is critical to keeping Sanibel and Captiva
a special place. We are lucky to have
organizations like PURRE behind these


great causes and will continue to support
PURRE on their endeavors," said Don
DeLuca, broker of Royal Shell and gen-
eral counsel of RLR Investments, LLC.
A highlight of this year's show was the
R+L Racing Hauler and Show Car. With
close to 50 vehicles and motorcycles in
pristine condition for visitors to view ,the
addition of the hauler and show car gave
attendees the experience of sitting in and
starting a real race car. Many patrons
took advantage of the opportunity and
the smiles on their faces attested to the
thrill of the experience.
The Royal Shell Companies wants
to thank all the sponsors and volunteers
from PURRE and the community at large
who came together to create an event
enjoyed by many.M


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providing free organic refreshments.
Seating is limited and reservations
are required. Visit the SBDC Web site at
www.sbdeseminars.org or call 745-3700
to make reservations.
For more information about the event,
contact SBDC Assistant Director Suzanne
Specht at 745-3704.M


FG CU Center
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hey Semaluines eelpet
Center (SBDC) at Florida Gulf
Coast University will host a free
green seminar from 1 to 3 p.m. on
Thursday, April 22 at the Sugden
Welcome Center in conjunction with
EaGh estabeaker is LEED Certified
Professional Casey Neurock, chief man-
aging partner for NeuGreen. Attendees
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The osprey chick and one of its parents on March 20, when it first became visible in the
nest
Spring is a time of new life around the world, and in the JN "Ding" Darling
National Wildlife Refuge baby birds are popping out of nests all around Tarpon
SBay. While there are many young herons, egrets and cormorants on the rook-
ery islands in the bay, the Tarpon Bay Explorers are most excited about the osprey
chick in the nest at their dock.
The Explorers began observing the adult osprey pair in early January when it
appeared they were caring for eggs in the nest. In mid-February the parents were feed-
ing and protecting a young chick. The chick is growing very fast and has been stretch-
in tshwi Elorers' staff has truly enjoyed this unique opportunity to observe these
magnificent birds of prey," said Stephanie Ray, education and program manager. If
you would like to view the nesting osprey as the young bird grows, stop by Tarpon
Bay Explorers at 900 Tarpon Bay Road. Or learn more about the osprey and other
birds in the refuge from a naturalist on a guided kayak tour, nature cruise, or tram tour
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Plant Smart:

Muhly Grass
by Gerri Reaves
M uhly grass s (Muhlenbergia capillaries) airy
I silky plumes make it easy to understand
I why it s also known as mist grass or hair
grass.
Clouds of blooms seem to float atop the large
bunches of tightly rolled stiff leaf blades. Both white
and purplish pink muhly grass are common in this
area.
Use this ornamental grass to sculpt and accent
the landscape. Strategically situated against sunlight,
the blooms will create a shimmery haze. Flowering
occurs during much of the year, usually during fall
and winter.
Muhly grass has practical advantages as well. It s
drought- cold-, and salt-tolerant. It also offers cover
for wildlife and prevents erosion.
Plant this perennial native in full sunlight or light
shade. It can reach up to five feet in optimum condi-
tions and grow as wide as it is tall.
Propagate muhly grass with seeds or by dividing
the clumps. It will also self-seed.
The only maintenance is cutting it back in late
winter to simulate natural seasonal fires and stimu-
late growth.
Another advantage of striking ornamental grasses
in the landscape? Less time spent with a lawn
mower.
Sources: A Gardener's Guide to Florida's
Native Plants by Rufino Osorio and Everglades
Wildflowuers by Roger L. Hammer.
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practices that will help you create a low-main-
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Consistent redfishing is finally here
too. Even on the not so high tides,
mangroves from Galt Island to Demiere
Key held lots of slot-sized fish. Live
shrimp remains the bait of choice with
the reds just not feeding too well on
anything else. Soak your live shrimp up
close to the mangroves and if you don't
get one in five to 10 minutes, keep
moving. Once I locate them, I've been
getting three or four out of each spot.
The big redfish of the week on my boat
was 29 inches.
Fishing in the spring you never know
what you will find. While running from
Chino Island to Cork Key earlier this
week I spotted a 40-pound-plus cobia
just laid up on the surface. By the time
I saw it from the tower it was too late
as I watched it spook. Right in the same
general area I spotted frigate birds feed-
ing on the surface as bigger fish crashed
baits. As I approached I quickly realized
it was a school of 20-pound-plus jacks
in a feeding frenzy. I had my anglers
cast out the trout tackle and hold on.
Catching a huge jack like this on light
10-pound spinning gear turned out to
be an epic battle, chasing the fish in the
boat at least two times to recover line
before being stripped.
sen. Mtn"t singell o"T tioc
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
comm nts or questions mail capt-


stayed close to home all week and spent
our time fishing, not running, never get-
ting any further north than Redfish Pass
to stay on the good action.
Depending on the anglers, we used
anything from live shrimp under a pop-
ping cork, live shrimp on a jig head, soft
plastic jigs, spoons and even some plugs.
Talk about a wide open bite. At times
everyone was hooked up. This type of
flats fishing action has been just fast and
furious. Even though a lot of the trout
have been on the smaller side, getting a
limit of keepers in a few hours for a fish
fry has been easy.
I love this type of fishing to introduce
clients to saltwater angling. Taking out
people who have never fished and catch-
ing fish non-stop for the whole trip is
never a bad thing.
Sheepshead fishing is really winding
down now as the water temperature
creeps up. There are still lots around the
sound but they are not close to the size of
the past few weeks. While fishing for big
trout one day this week, Mack Jacobs of
Indiana caught a 21-inch monster sheep-
shead. The fish ate a jumbo shrimp fished
on the bottom.


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


Mack Jacobs from Indiana with his 21-inch
sheepshead


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Matt Mitchell

despite a
a ~few windy
days it was
week on the water.
-,r th o tpFishing was easy
with just about
every flat loaded
with fish. Some
really big Spanish mackerel are show-
ing up on the flats along with more and
more seatrout. Mangrove redfish fishing
keeps getting better and more and more
reports of small pods of tarpon showing
up are coming in every day.
Most of the week I spent family fish-
ing as I like to call it, drift fishing and
catching lots of trout, ladyfish, bluefish
and Spanish mackerel. Areas around the
power lines, Red Light Shoal, the Sanibel
Lighthouse bar, the grassy shoals inside
Redfish Pass and the grass flats at White
Rock were all great areas for this. We





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Abby Kurtz-Lindner
byKurtz-Lindner found these
two gorgeous conch shells near
Bomns Beach on her 11th
birthday! She and her family were visit-
ing Orlene and Steve Shimberg, island
residents, for the special weekend.M


Pam Rambo with the 12-inch whelk shell
she found
Look what the Easter bunny left
Pam Kirby Rambo a 12-inch
whelk shell. She found it on the
out-islands.
"I live on Sanibel and I love shelling
so much that I blog about it on www.
iLoveShelling.com," Rambo said. "Here s
a picture of my exciting treasure that I
found on Easter day."


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The Snowy Plovers Are Nesting
Have you ever wondered about the staked nests on the beach or the families
of birds with tiny chicks running around? Do you simply want to know which
of the birds on the beach actually is a Snowy Plover? Join us on Friday,
April 16 at 10 am 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 powerpoint 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 with
SCCF members and children free. The Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation is
located at 3333 San-Cap Rd. Call 472-2329 for more information.#


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CROW Case Of The Week:

Great Blue Heron
by Brian Johnson

Campbell
sees all kinds
of birds around
her home on San
Carlos Island, a
little-known oasis
tucked away in Fort
Myers Beach.
"We have an
incredible amount
of wildlife here," she said. "It was obvious
the great blue heron had a broken wing.
The other herons would squawk and fly
away but he would only move by walk-
mng.
Campbell contacted CROW and vol-
unteer Doug Albert made a difficult but
successful rescue of the impaired bird on
March 24. "CROW is phenomenal," said
Campbell. "The gentleman who came out
here was fabulous."
At CROW, Dr. PJ Deitschel noticed
right away that the great blue was favor-
ing his left wing. When palpating the
area, she found a thickening around the
promixmal humerus," that is, near the
shoulder joint. It was clear the injury was
more than one week old, and the heron -
fairly thin had obviously been scaveng-
ing food as best he could.
Staff gave him injectible calcium and
an assortment of vitamins.
The next day a radiograph revealed
a bullet lodged in his upper chest.


relaxed but reactive mood
his fisas48rthours Fei tdng
he soon was able to glide
from one end to the other.
After an American bald
eagle and then another
great blue were discharged
from the Large-Flight
Cage, the patient moved
in to the vacant cage on
April 9. He immediately
elevated to a high perch.
Staff watched him over
the ensuing days, and he
began to make agile trips
the length of the cage.
"They were nice, easy,
symmetrical flights with
controlled landings and
easy lift off," said Dr. PJ.
The great blue was
released on April 14.
CROW (Clinic for the
Rehabilitation of Wildlife,
Inc.) is a non-profit wuild-
life hospital providing


Great blue radiograph
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~.crowulnclinic.0r


Great blue heron
Somehow it did not cause fatal damage,
but was possibly the cause, direct or indi-
rect, of the shoulder injury. He may have
sunk awkwardly to the ground after being
shot
As the bird was in otherwise good
condition, staff moved him on Day 2 to
the Small-Flight Cage, where he alter-
nated his time between a low perch and
a sheltered zone. His left shoulder had a
slight droop, and the great blue was in a


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


From page 1

Ea rth Day At

The Refu ge
Tarpon Bay Explorers, the refuge's
official concessions operator, will be pro-
viding free bike use on site at the refuge
on a first-come basis. Trained volunteers
will lead four-mile loop bike tours of the
refuge starting at 12:30 and 2 p.m.
Visitors can also bike Wildlife Drive
and Indigo Trail on their own. Wildlife
Drive admission is free that day to all
ccit sand hikers (still $5 fee for motor
For kids, there will be arts and crafts
projects using recycled materials, such
as colorful reused-cardboard flowers
with pencil stems. Other activities on the
agenda include a solar demonstration and
climate change lecture.
Exhibitors include:
Southwest Florida Audubon
Florida Yards and Neighborhoods:
rain barrel demonstration and composting
with worms
SCCF Native Nursery
Nature s Pollinators: live and
enclosed demonstration of honey bees
Whole Foods: green products
Sanibel Farmers Market and Worden
Farms: free organic food samples (no
food for sale)
*SARR Sanibel Alliance for
Renewable Resources
*Fafco Solar: solar display
TBE will also provide kayak rentals


and tours, tram tours of Wildlife Drive,
and nature boating cruises throughout
the day at regular prices. Call 472-8900
or visit www.tarponbayexplorers.com for
more information.
DDWS is a non-profit, friends-of-the-
refuge organization that supports the
Education Center, "Ding" Darling Days,
and other educational programs at the
refuge. To join DDWS and become a
friend to the refuge, stop in at the Refuge
Education Center or visit www.dingdar-
lingsociety.org.M

TU File TrOCks
Learn about the life cycles and hab-
its of sea turtles that nest on island
beaches and what the Sanibel-
Captiva Conservation Foundation
(SCCF) is doing to protect them. Watch
a video of a turtle nest that hatched this
summer.
The Turtle Tracks program is Thursday
at 9 a.m. at SCCF, 3333 Sanibel-Captiva
Road. The program is free to SCCF
members and children, $5 for adults. Call
472-2329 for more informational


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ISLAND SUN APRIL 16, 2010 27
The school's Theatre Department has a reputation for producing programs of rec-
ognizable excellence as it educates and trains 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, student/child $5. Content is appropriate for
high school age and up. To purchase tickets stop by BIG ARTS or call Marks Box
Office at 395-0900.4



Artist Discusses Techniqlues
The Sanibel-Captiva Art League
Community House. Native Florida
artist Terry Shattuck gave a presentation
on Taking Your Art Work Down Different
Paths. These paths include how to make
and trade Artist Trading Cards, known .p
as ATCs, how to make memory collages I
using photo copy transfers, and other cre- $
ative ways to use your art.
Shattuck is a frequent exhibitor and
award winner in juried and invitational art
exhibits throughout Southwest Florida. She
is a member of the Sanibel-Captiva Art
League, Fort Myers Beach Art Association, Terry Shattuck
Florida Watercolor Society and Lehigh Art
League. She has over 20 years experience teaching oil, acrylic, drawing and water-
color. Shattuck currently teaches watercolor at the Lehigh Art League and instructs
workshops and demonstrations for Southwest Florida Art Council art groups.M




THEE

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OPEN FOR LUNCH &~ DINNER

Join us for our Dinner Specials
Monday Turkey Night
Wednesday German Night
Saturday Prime Rib Night


Performing arts students from Cypress Lake High School Center for the Arts

Center for the Arts, will be staged on Sanibel at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 17
in BIG ARTS Schein Performance Hall.
The play follows four bachelors' highly entertaining but hopeless efforts to dis-
guise their feelings of love. This update of the classic is set in the early 1960s. Love's
Labour's Lost is Shakespeare's most flamboyantly intellectual play; it abounds in
sophisticated wordplay, puns, and literary allusions.
The adaptation was inspired by the Mad Men television show, which explores
sexual harassment and a culture of arrogance in a time before the idea of "political
correctness.


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It Truly Is Never Too Late...

Just Ask Margaret


The cast photo by Michael Lamont

While performing (again, in the "experimental workshop" mode) at a small theater
(99 seats) in LA, the musical caught the attention of the artistic team from the Tony
award-winning Utah Shakespearean Festival. This summer, all summer, from July 1
through the August 28, Margaret's adaptation of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations
will finally premiere as a full-blown production at this theatrical bonanza in beautiful
Cedar City, Utah. Not only are there five other performances going on in this theater
mecca of the west, but there is the added bonus of being very near some of the most
spectacular natural settings in the U.S. including Bryce and Zion canyons.
So friends, you are all invited to Utah
for an amazing experience for your minds,
hearts and souls. You will be reunited with
at least two of the original characters from
the Florida Rep production. Ellen Crawford
has again won the role of eccentric Miss
Havisham and Dave Burrus will again be
playing dear Joe. Please see www.greatex-
pectationsmusical.com for details about
securing tickets. (in ordering the tickets on-
line please put "Expectations" in the code
section). There will be four performances
each week. We have been given the won-
derful Randall L. Jones Theatre, which is a
796-seat venue so there is plenty of room.


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Margaret Hoorneman
submitted by Georgia Darehshori, 'Stage
daughter' of Margaret Hoornernan
Margaret Hoorneman, 96, former
resident of Sanibel and pres-
ent resident of Shell Point, is
finally going to realize her dream which P d
has been in the making since 2001. Her Pip and young Piphoob ihe aot
expectations are greater than ever for the pht yMcalLmn
resounding success of her musical Great Expectations. You helped make it hap-
pen and we are eternally grateful to all of you! Thanks especially to Bob and Carrie
Caccioppo of Florida Repertory Theatre in Fort Myers for believing in the project of
Great Expectations and for so kindly and generously offering us the use of the the-
ater on that memorable, standing-room-only night May 5, 2008. Thanks to every-
one for coming to the production and charging the theater with enthusiasm that
night. That gave us the shot in the arm that we needed to move boldly forward.
With renewed energy, we took the show on the road (so to speak) back to LA and
now we are excited to share great news!


Pip and Estella


photo by Michael Lamont


All of our creative team will be there for
the opening afternoon performance on
July 9, including Margaret, and there will
be a great celebration following for all of
you. We have secured a block of rooms
at reduced rates from July 8 to 11 at
the Marriot Springhill Suites. We invite
anyone interested to join us. If you are
among those considering joining the cast
and crew and creative team for this event
and the party afterwards, please email
georgiadarehshori@yahoo .com and I will
be happy to give you details. If you would
like to come at any other time during the
summer and want details about the other
shows (Much Ado About Nothing, The
Merchant of Venice, Macbeth, Pride
and Prejudice and The 39 Steps) refer
to ww.bard.org.
So please come and please spread the
WOrd, and thank you for your continued
support.M


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Royal Opera's La Boheme
At BIG ARTS via Digiscreen

Company, captured live at the
Royal Opera House Covent
Garden, will be screened at 7:30 p.m. on o'
Thursday, April 22 at BIG ARTS.
BIG ARTS has partnered with
DigiScreen corporation to bring interna-
tional performing arts companies to the big
screen in Schein Performance Hall, 900
Dunlop Road, Sanibel. Admission is $20.
Puccini's opera is one of the most
famously melodious and eternally popular
of all operas. The carefree attitude of youth
and the harsh realities of life are poignantly
contrasted through the tender affair of Mimi
(Russian soprano Hibla Gerzmava) and
Rodolfo (Romanian tenor Teodor Ilincai),
from the heights of first meeting through to
the tragic end.
The production is one of The Royal
?YPe Comp ny's m st lvd, eritnngd
costumes and travels between bare attic, Hibla Gerzmava and Teodor Ilincal in La
crowded cafta and wintery streets. The inter- Boh~me
national cast was under the expert baton of
Andris Nelsons, a conductor especially noted for his interpretations of Puccini. With that
composer's mastery of orchestral color matched to the superb playing of the Orchestra
of the Royal Opera House, La Boh~me is an evening of great sound, engrossing imag-
ery, and stirring romantic drama.
Performed to sold-out audiences at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden in
December 2009, the opera will be presented with subtitles in High Definition Video
and Digital Surround Sound.#


Glass Joanna McClelland Glass


An Astonishing Play At Florida Rep
by Di Saggau
The play Trying, now showing at Florida Repertory Theatre, moves you to
laughter and tears. It deals with fundamental issues and allows the audience
to observe the interaction between cantankerous 82-year-old retired Judge
Francis Biddle and his idealistic new 25-year-old secretary Sarah. As the play pro-
gresses, we learn to love and care for the characters, played so well by David S.
Howard and Rachel Burttram. This is an autobiographical drama by playwright
Joanna McClelland Glass about the year she spent as secretary to Biddle, the for-
mer attorney general under FDR and judge at the Nuremberg Trials.
It's 1967 in Washington, DC. Biddle's cluttered office is located over the garage. He
has trouble walking and sometimes trying to remember what he was about to say. As
he interviews Sarah for the job he says, "we can't help but find each other extremely
continued on page 32


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SuccessfulI
Semester For
FGCU Center


Center staff, volunteers, and island friends pose after the successful sixth annual fundrais-
ing celebration
of the center's Southwest Florida fund- Dream, it is a chronicle of the center's
ing comes from Sanibel and Captiva, progress since the organization's found-
and we are deeply grateful." ing five years ago. Contributors received
The recent fundraising celebration on the report as an example of what their
Sanibel highlighted many of the center s donations support.
initiatives. For example, the event fea- Center advocates Peter and Mallory
tured locally grown organic food to repre- Haffenreffer also continued an annual
sent the center's ethic of improving food tradition of energizing donor participation
systems. This follows much work on the with The Haffenreffer Challenge. In addi-
campus in research and in dining opera- tion to their generosity as hosts of the cel-
tions to advance sustainable food options ebration, the Haffenreffers will match any
for students. new donations up to a total of $10,000.
At the event, participants received a To receive a free copy of the report or
copy of the center's new five-year report. to make a contribution call 590-7166 or
Entitled Works Towuard Realizing the e-mail: cese@fgcu.edu.M


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Hostess Mallory Haffenreffer, center
Director Peter Blaze Corcoran, and island
center supporter Sandy Ehlers

porters of the FGCU Center for
Environmental and Sustainability
Education have reason to celebrate a
successful end of spring term. Center
Director and island resident Dr. Peter
Blaze Corcoran expresses appreciation
to the center's many financial contribu-
tors on the islands: "The major source


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Get ready for some fun with
an island-style celebration on
to 3pWednesday,t A~p il 21 from noon
Restaurant. On the menu is a fashion
show, live auction and raffles galore to
benefit BIG ARTS. "We are so pleased
with the way the community has come
together on this fundraiser for BIG
AReTSR" said Barb~ara Hanrringto with
a few weeks we have received dona-
tions from famous Captiva artists Darryl
Pottorf, Florida s fine art photographer
Alan Maltz, beautiful jewelry, and vaca-
tion stays for the live auction, conducted
by Jean Baer.
Raffles include boat excursions, res-
taurant certificates, spa treatments, kayak
rentals, Mom s Day at the Pool (includes
activities for the kids), tennis lessons, pet
pampering, and cruises.
Shops from the east end of the island
to Captiva will be showcasing their fine
lines of island-style clothing and jewelry in
the fashion show. Some of the participat-
ing shops are: Adventures In Paradise,
Island Girl Boutique, Pelican s Roost on
dapt fiTheEC dar Chest Rine Jlewelry
Ellington's chefs will prepare Caesar
salads with grilled chicken or seared tuna;
vegetable wraps; and chicken Caesar
wraps. The sommeliers' wine choices
are Beaulieu Vineyards Century Cellars
Cabernet, Merlot and Chardonnay. A
portion of the proceeds from the somme-
lier s wines sales will go to BIG ARTS.
RSVP by calling 333-3575 by April
19. Cost is $35, payable at the door.
The first 100 attendees will receive a
box of Norman Love Chocolates courtesy
of The Royal Shell Companies, the event
sponsor.1 C


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Shell Point Tour & Presentation nr ctis

I "C~-April 20, 28 at 1:30 p.m. April 21, 27 at 9:15 a.m.
gNTJoin us for one of these group presentations about the Lifestyle and Lifec .ue .- n! i
MPIT able at Shell Point followed by a narrated bus tour of the community. L!. Is r u..
iO~ freshments. Space is limited, so call 466-1131 to reserve your place.

Jazz 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 Showv
Saturday, April 17, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, April 18, Noon to 4 p.mn.
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 Hull I l.. -r
quilters, along with some very special quilts of interest made by others. You'll be an.- .:c... I,
~i~ l the creativity and intricacy of~ the displays. NEN

IFINEMARK Estate Planning in Uncertain Times
IAIOA .AN unwnTmaUSr with Richard E. Riley of FineMark National Bank & Trust and
Attorneys Bill Horowitz & Mary Beth Crawford of Cummings & Lockwood
Tuesday, April 20, 10 a.m. The Woodlands at Shell Point
In today's rapidly changing financial environment, estate planning has become a much more com-
plex process with multiple financial and taxation implications. Hear a thoughtful presentation
designed to shed light on the subject and introduce appropriate strategies for Estate Planning in
Uncertain Times. The seminar is free; however seating is limited and reservations are required.
To Reserve your- seat, please contact Jennifer- Case at FineMark by . .Ihr.- 461-5956.


Shell Point is located in For t Myers. 2 rniles before the Sanibel Causeway.


Spring Time Garden Open House and Tour
Satulrday, April 24~, 9-11 a.m.
king's Crown Assisted Living on The Island at Shell Point
Are you interested in learning more about Assisted Living for you or a loved one? If yes, please
join us for an enjoyable and informative event at King's Crown Assisted Living at Shell
: Point. Enjoy a light continental breakfast and presentation, followed by a tour of the facility
Sand furnished residences. At the end of the tour, interested guests are welcome to take a stroll
-rhrough the resident gardens and Shell Point's award-winning Orchid House. The event is
FREE, but seating is limited. To reserve your seat, call McKenzie Boren at 454-2077.


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The public is invited and many
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Retirement Commulni y






will stay with me for a long time.
The play runs through April 25 at Florida Repertoly Theatre in the Historic Arcade
Theatre on Bay Street between Jackson and Hendly in the Fort Myers River District.
For tickets call 332-4488.M
Portraits In Print
What A Wonder I
by Jane Vos Hogg
wol -e -ildwt auosfnsfo h lsto h
am imagine, if you will, a yard sale of Wendy's wonderful. It
wourlyedbefled wsioith fabuou find from, thend clostofth
Best of all, it's not just an idle dream; it's very definitely on
her To Do list. Talk to her about it and she'll gladly explain. "I
could write a book about it. I'd call it the yard sale philosophy
of life." Best of all, according to her, it doesn t even matter
e-what time you get to a yard sale... early or late won't make a
difference. "No matter what time you get to the yard sale the
thing you were meant to have will be there." But that," she
continued, "is a metaphor for all of life.
She sees herself as a round peg in a square hole and yes, that works "if the hole
i~s bg enough, she s Isb H vin live ueeo ~Srne thoerralmost eght yeas one an
where you're planted."
For the first eight years of her life Wendy lived in Woodstock, New York where
her father was a well-known photographer. When the reality of how difficult it was to
make a living with his art hit home the family moved to Westport, Connecticut. It was
a good place to grow up; there were decent schools, well-stocked libraries, a popula-
tion appreciative of arts and culture and proximity to a multitude of museums.
When it was time for college she headed way west to California. Originally an art
major, but totally lacking in self confidence, she switched to psychology with a minor
in sociology. Well-educated, she came away with no real preparation for professional
employment; that's when the real Wendy kicked in. She's artistic. Look at her, look
around her... everything she touches appears to be an eye-catching collage.
Marriage and motherhood brought her back East, this time to Martha s Vineyard,
an island off the Massachusetts coast. Her daughter, Chelsea Rhiannon Menemsha,
("her very name ties her to the Vineyard," muses her mother...) became Wendy s pri-
ority. A single, working parent by the time her toddler neared three, this was a woman
who knew how to order her life, establish a base and be a good mom. What did she
set as a goal? Preparing her daughter for the life she wanted to live. She was deter-
mined to give her daughter "roots and wings," and feels she accomplished both.
Living on an island suits Wendy well. She knows how to plan, how to carry through
on the task at hand, how to get to the goal... and best of all she knows how to reach
out, involve those around her, make everyone feel welcome. Before coming to BIG
ARTS, where she is in charge of the volunteers and hospitality, she had stints at The
Schoolhouse Theater, the Shell Museum, and even at the Island Sun.
Her someday dream... to have a shop. "T'd call it Eclectia. It would be a place that's
in and of itself a destination... a mix of gallery, augmented and personalized clothing
and some food."
What does she see as her purpose in life I wondered. When asked her sparkling
smile said it all: "My purpose is to bring light into the room. And eventually I want to
make a difference in a bigger way.
With the wheels churning, she began to talk about "the things I'd do if I wasn t
afraid to do... the me that I want to be." Included in that batch was write books. "One,
only one, would be a child s book. The rest might be on wisdom or fashion... or hey...
maybe a blend of those two. The evolution of an outfit intrigues me.
When not working she reads, catches up on correspondence, gardens and creates
things. Clearly she does not particularly like to go off the island. When I asked how
long she thought she d be here I got a simple and direct "T'll be here until I am not
here.
And when that day comes, no matter what, one ray of bright sunshine would be
missing.M




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Florida Rep
trying." The audience will find nothing trying about watching this affectionate play.
Biddle is a man who, because of the turbulent years of the 20th century, has expe-
rienced his fair share of historical events, and he shares many of them. The script
involves bits and pieces of the Roosevelt-Truman era, and his regret about not fighting
harder to stop the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II.
Howard is a wonderful actor and gives a superb performance. He allows Biddle to
bluster and complain, ever ready to counter the first sign of a split infinitive. He gets
the best dialogue and is touching and witty as an octogenerian who, in his own words,
now functions "somewhere between lucidity and senility" and is aware that he is in
the process of leaving this life, "the exit light is blinking over the door, and the door is
ajar." Burttram is a worthy counterpart who exudes strength, assurance and vulnerabil-
ity to her character. The looks on her face when Biddle utters his many verbal jabs are
priceless. They play off one another well.
Throughout the six scenes we watch the relationship between the two grow from a
devastating combination to one of trust and admiration. The dialogue is so powerful it
even elicits applause from the audience mid-scene. Directed by Chris Clavelli, Trying
takes the audience on a lovely journey through the final years of an old man s life. It






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host a memorial service for long-
time ensemble member Carol A.
Provonsha. The 51-year-old actress,
singer, director and educator, lost a long
battle with liver cancer on March 27.
A memorial service in her honor will
be held at the Historic Arcade Theatre
on Monday, May 17 at 7 p.m., the same
day as Florida Rep's local Equity Principle
Auditions. As per Ms. Provonsha's
wishes, the service will be a celebration



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ISLAND SUN APRIL 16, 2010 33
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floridarep.org, or call the box office at
332-4488.M







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her her life and will take the form of an
audition. Anyone wishing to speak will
be allowed one to two minutes for a
monologue and, if they wish, 16 bars of
a song.
Provonsha's multi-faceted career
included more than 100 productions at
theatres all over the country extensively
in the state of Florida. She also toured
the country as a vocalist, and has had the
honor to work and/or study with Jose
Quintero, Joshua Logan, Burt Reynolds,
Dom De Louise, Charles Nelson Riley,
Antonio Vaida and Mickey Rooney.
Her work with Florida Rep began in
2002 with a production of Neil Simon's
Rumors. Her subsequent work with
Florida Rep included productions of
The Underpants, Deathtrap, Fools,
The Sugrabean Sisters and Scapino
and numerous times she performed her


one-woman shows, The Fat Lady Sings
and Too Big to Be a Waitress as special
engagements. In addition to her work on
stage, Provonsha served as a choreogra-
pher more than once, and was a main-
stay as a teacher with the Rep's educa-
tion programs, where she taught multiple
sections of Acting for Adults.
"The theatre community has lost a
mighty talent," said Producing Artistic
Director Robert Cacioppo. "It was my
pleasure to work with Carol many times,
and we are all saddened to say goodbye
to a colleague and friend well before her
time.
The Memorial Semvice will be held
on Monday, May 17 at 7 p.m. at the
Historic Arcade Theatre on Bay Street
between Jackson & Hendry Streets in
the Fort Myers River District. The ser-
vice is free and open to the public. For


Tom Cooley and Harry Reiner of Island Jazz
Island Jazz will be performing its last
two free Sunday afternoon concerts
ofthe season on April 18 and 25
at 3 p.m. in front of BIG ARTS, 900
Dunlop Road. Bring your beach chairs
and enjoy the music. In the case of
rain, the concert will be held inside the
Gainer Verandah. For more information
call Tom or Barbara Cooley at 472-
8568.M


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door, family-friendly event features food from local restaurants with live music from
Certified, Cracker Blues, The Juice, Mambo Brothers and Deb & The Dynamics.
Doors open at 11 a.m. and the bands play from noon until 7 p.m. Entertainment
for children includes Nick s Kids Show and Moonwalk.
Proceeds benefit local charity Community Cooperative Ministries (CCMI). CCMI
was incorporated in 1984, and has long been a driving force in the Fort Myers com-
munity, providing food to the homeless and nearly homeless, as well as emergency


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groceries and affordable childcare to the
working poor. In July of 2006, the agency
expanded its mission and outreach to Lee
County by merging with agencies that
had historically provided home delivered
meals to the homebound hungry (Meals
on Wheels), and transportation services
to the frail elderly (Faith In Action). The
merger created an agency that is able to
provide comprehensive, unduplicated ser-
vices to the homeless, nearly homeless,
homebound, seniors and children more
effectively, more efficiently and with greater
compassion than at any other time in the
former agency s histories.
Cost for adults is $5 and children under
10 are free. Pets, umbrellas and coolers
will not be permitted in the park.
For more information, go to www.
riverandbluesfestival .com.4


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Friday, April 16 9 AM
Artists Studio Tour, Members Show &
Sale, and Chinese Auction
Saturday, April 17 7:30 PM
Live Theater: Love's Labour's Lost
Sunday, April 18 3 PM
Island Jazz
Sunday, April 18 7:30 PM
Lecture: Dr. Irving Weissman -
Advances in Adult Stem Cell Research
Monday, April 19 7 PM
Monday Night Film Series: The Class
Thursday, April 22 7:30 PM
Covent Garden Series: The Royal
Opera Company's La boh~me
Sunday, April 25 3 PM
Island Jazz
Monday, April 26 7 PM
Monday Night Film Series: Departures


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ISLAND SUN APRIL 16, 2010 35


Leading-Edge Stem Cell

Researcher To Speak At BIG ARTS

BIG ARTS New Frontiers lecture
leaders in their field. Dr. Irving
Weissman, one of the leading adult stem
cell research scientists in the world,
will present his research 7:30 p.m. on
Sunday, April 18 at BIG ARTS Schein
Performance Hall, 900 Dunlop Road,
Sanibel.
Weissman will explain why so many
scientists believe stem cells provide enor- I
mous potential for life-saving therapies.
Dr. Weissman is the Director of Stanford
University's Institute for Stem Cell Biology .*
and Regenerative Medicine, one of the
nation's top stem cell programs. '
Tickets are $25, students, $10.
Weissman has directed the institute f
since its founding, providing vision and
leadership to build one of the nation's top
stem cell programs. His work has opened .~ ~"~
up an entirely new area of scientific
research with enormous potential for life- Dr. Irving Weissman
say Ieel made an exciting step toward the goal of transplanting adult stem cells
to create a new immune system for people with autoimmune or genetic blood diseas-
es. As published in the November 2007 issue of Science, his lab found a novel way to
transplant new blood-forming stem cells into the bone marrow of mice without the tis-
sue-damaging radiation or chemotherapy usually required, thereby effectively replacing
their immune systems. Many aspects of this technique will need to be adapted before
it can be tested in humans, but when those barriers are surmounted, the benefits could
be significant. An immune system transplant, much like a liver or heart transplant,
would give a person with an autoimmune disease, such as multiple sclerosis, hope for
a healthy future.
In addition to being the Virginia and D. K. Ludwig Professor for Clinical


stem cell researcher in lab
Investigation in Cancer Research, Weissman is a professor of pathology and develop-
mental biology at Stanford, and, by courtesy, professor of neurosurgery and of biologi-
cal sciences.
The lecture is supported by Patron Series sponsor FineMark National Bank & Trust,
and sponsors Helen and Chuck Ketteman.
To purchase tickets stop by BIG ARTS, 900 Dunlop Road, Sanibel or call the
Marks Box Office at 395-0900.4


Open House At Canter bury
anterbury School invites you to explore the Canterbury Advantage at an open
house on Tuesday, April 20 from 8:30 to 10 a.m.
SParents and their children are invited to tour the school including the
42,000-square-foot Upper School, experience first-hand Canterbuny's commitment
to academics, athletics and the arts, and talk to faculty and administrators about the
school, admission requirements and financial aid. Come see for yourself the difference
challenging academic programs and unique extracurricular opportunities can make.
For more information call 415-8945 or register online at www. canterburyfortmyers .
Org.
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Around The Islands With Anne

New Island Store Is

Part Bazaar, Part Boutique
by Anne Mitchell

is the name
b e h in d JBan B u,
Designs in the I
Olde Sanibel -'
Sanibel. Bufo L(5~;a
began coming to -
g4~~" I X1 Sanibel back in -
~ilthe days when *-
people had to ,'
ride the ferry over that s pre-1963. .
Her store is part boutique part ; -.-
bazaar and her merchandise ranges
from furniture to faux flowers, from F 1
purses to scarves and from trinkets to n, '
jewelry. Much of it comes from Bali, r.
purchased under free trade guidelines, ~
and the remainder is from places such
as Turkey, Israel, Brazil and Panama '
all of which adds up to a very eclectic
and lively scene.
Dreamcatchers hang from the ceil- -
ing, used in Bali to protect children carved mermaids from Bali at JB Designs
from bad dreams. They re carved into
fanciful figures such as princesses and
dragons. There are almost life-size carved mermaids, also from Bali, and soothing
waterfalls that look like lava rock from Hawaii.
The jewelry items are many and varied and are priced from a few dollars to several
hundred, from delicate pieces to bold rings and statement-making bangles.
JB Designs has only been open a month but already some items have been whisked
off the shelves, such as hand-carved turtle chairs and most of the carved mermaids.
Buffo is hoping to have more soon.


seashells make a big state-
ment on this necklace at JB
Designs


Some of the many purses at JB Designs


The purses and bags are colorful and bold and run from under $20 to more than
$80.
There s so much in this store including the faux flowers that look like the real
thing that you really have to see it all for yourself. You probably will find a lot more
items than I have described because there s so many nooks and crannies to explore.
JB Designs is at 630 Tarpon Bay Road, phone 395-5300.
Why Knot in The Village Shops on
Sanibel wants to give old and new customers
a champagne send-off Sunday from noon to
4 p.m. Of course, all are welcome, not just
those heading back north,
"Come and have a glass of champagne 1 -
with us so we can say thank-you for your
support," said Joan Chiaramonte, owner
with daughter Jen. J
As regular readers of this column know,
Why Knot has wonderful natural cotton and
linen clothing that s both casual and styl-
ish. It s one of my favorite places to shop
because it captures the Sanibel style and
spirit so well.
Also, check out the sale racks in the ..AJ Black, chef/owner of II Tesoro
back there are always some great "finds" Ristorante, Sanibel, gave Eden Roshburg,
of brand names such as Flax, Habitat, Free son of Paul and Valerie Roshberg of
People, Cut-Loose and Why Knot. Sanibel Art & Frame, some tips on how
The Village is at 2340 Periwinkle Way, to cook his own dinner Eden's favorite,
Sanibel, phone 472-3003. Gnocchi Bolognese
Another of my favorite stores, Eileen
Fisher, is celebrating Earth Day Week by
giving a $25 coupon in return for a donation of any item from the CROW animal clin-
ic wish list April 18 to 24. The coupons are good towards any Eileen Fisher purchase.
The wish list includes paper towels, bleach, wild bird seed, hand and bath towels,
Purina One kitten chow, Purina Puppy Chow (no colored chunks), contractor clean-up
bags, fragrance-free laundry detergent and Clorox Clean-up. For a more complete list
call Eileen at CROW, 472-3644 ext. 1 or log onto www.crowelinic.org and click on
Support Crow.
Eileen Fisher is in the Forever Green Center at 2055 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel.
The Coffee Bar at Bailey's General Store is featuring a caramel almond latte
special through the end of April. It s really tasty, and the caramel drizzle on top makes
it even better. It's been really popular and
they do samples just about every day, so
feel free to stop in and give one a try.
LIVE ON THE ISLANDS *
Diane Russell Band is playing at the -.l 11
crowo's ivest at 'Tween waters Inn on ...B EAD SHOPa
Captiva tonight and Saturday, April 17,
starting at 9 p.m. Crab races are sched-
uled for Tuesdays and Thursdays. Phone Please visit our Island Sun online
472-5161 avrie ec e t
McT's Shrimp House & Tavern on avriesec eka
Sanibel has entertainment on Saturdays, www, islandsunnews, com.
phone 472-3161. You can click through to their
Ellington's Jazz Bar and Web sites for more
Restaurant has live jazz seven nights ifrainaotra sae
a week from 7 to 11 p.m. at 1244
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me when I was crazy and I stood by him
when he was drunk, and now, sir, we
stand by each other always.
Grant And Sherman, The Friendship
That Won The Civil War by Charles
Bracelen Flood. Farrar, Straus and
Giroux, hardback, 460 pages, six battle-
field diagrams, 19 photos, $27.M

End Of Season

Open Mic
The highly successful Sanibel liter-
ary season will reach its climax
on Friday, April 30 from 4 to 6
p.m. with an Open Mic reading at The
Bean on Sanibel. Writers, residents and
visitors to the islands are invited to read
and listen to original and favorite selec-
tions of poetry and prose.
Open Mic readings are informal. The
oig ther d n's lis arad liit h im red-
ing time to five minutes. If you choose
not to read ytou are welcome to listen

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favor of his beloved state of Virginia.
Despite his drinking problems (find out
what brand, I will get some for my other
generals), Lincoln promoted Grant to
overall command and with his capture of
Richmond and Sherman s March through
the South, the Union was saved.
Civil War buffs will be pleased at the
quality of writing and the wealth of new
information that the author includes in
the book.
Grant's determination, drive, clarity
of thinking, common sense, humility and
generous nature survive the passions and
violence of his day, and in a letter penned
to his wife, Julia, shortly after Lincoln s
death, Grant predicts with eerie accuracy
the rise of America as a super-power with
an appropriate warning.
Grant wrote: "It is now nearly 11
0-clock at night and I have received
instructions from the Sec. of War, and
the President, to start at once for Raleigh,
GnraC Joo ah too tto 's ery. tour
fr tbov 1l ott r ontrejs mdteon orm
anc adds: "(Our) Nation, united, will
thav ta Itr nh swhic will en ble it tonddic-
riht m~oomeet ctkci nce lea es, phhcal
strength will avail nothing, in the long
mnor his part, Sherman said, "I knew
wherever I was that you thought of me,
and il g it in a tight place you would
Sherman concluded, "He stood by


Book Review
Grarnt And
Sherrnan
by Max
Friedersdorf

the Civil War
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' . 1861, Ulysses S.
Grant, the son of
an Illinois harness-
maker, was ped-
dling firewood on
the streets of St.
Louis, and William
Tecumseh Sherman was a failed busi-
nessman whose family despaired he
could ever hold a steady job.
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had surrendered at Appommattox Court
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Monday Night Movie
The Clarss
by Priscilla Friedersdorf
... n expat French friend once cautioned, "France is not all
P croissants for breakfast." The BIG ARTS film for 7 p.m.
.on Monday night, April 19 confirms that observation.
f The Class (Entre Les Murs or "between the walls" in French)
illustrates the multicultural challenges present in contemporary
French society.
The film is particularly based on a book written by Francois
Begaudeau in an autobiographical account of his teaching expe-
riences in Paris. He plays a fictional version of himself on the
screen as Francois Marin. Marin is a patient, caring and thought-
ful man trying to integrate students; mostly second generation
teenagers from ethnically diverse backgrounds, into a cohesive group in his literature
class. The film won the prestigious Palm d'Or in Cannes last year; the first French film
to win this award in 20 years.
Director Laurent Cantet worked with and filmed a group of school children for a
year to develop this remarkably insightful and emotional experience for the viewer;
you feel almost a part of the class as you begin to recognize each student's personality
traits as they are drawn
out by their teacher.
It is not an easy film*
to watch; but you gain an
appreciation of what is --- -*5
required by any teacher
who tries to impart knowl-
edge and attitudes of
mutual respect to young
people who have been
culturally and geographi-
cally displaced.
The film is in French.
with English subtitles and
has a running time of 128
minutes. It is rated PG 13
for language. Tickets are
$7 and can be purchased Dalla Doucoure as Dalla, and Damien Gomes as Damien.

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Genealogy Bank


as Sandra and Rachel Regulier as Khoumba
by Pierre Milon, courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics


Harris Gilbert and Candy Heise
The Sanibel Public Library now offers America's GenealogyBank, an online
Database that advances genealogy research. It provides Web-based access to
Millions of the Unites States' core genealogical records from the 1600s to the
preis senbles genealogists and those just starting to research family histories to
browse millions of records and historical images at the same time," said Reference
Librarian Candy Heise.
America's GenealogyBank includes content from all 50 states, and includes histori-
cal genealogies, obituaries, marriage notices, birth announcements, casualty lists and
other primary sources, along with modern obituaries and enhanced SSDI records.
This new genealogy database is accessible at the Sanibel Public Library reference
area, or from home by going to the Library's Web site (http://www.sanlib.org) and
using a Sanibel Public Library card to log in.
Stop by the reference area to learn about the many research databases available at
the library. Join the reference staff each Friday from 10 a.m. to noon for Donuts and
Databases. Hands on demonstrations will be provided during these sessions through-
out the month of April. The demonstrations will cover Encore and the Sanibel Public
Library Web site and other new databases that are available. For more information call
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life-threatening injury that he barely sur-
vived, he retreated to the wilds of Florida
to hide out from his enemies and to heal.
After his retirement from rumrunning,
following this near-death experience and
the repeal of Prohibition, Bill returned to
Florida and partnered with the famous
herpetologist Ross Allen in development
of a reptile farm near Silver Springs,
Florida. The rest is history and in 1937
he and his younger brother, Lester, found-
ed the Bonita Springs Reptile Gardens.
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Sanibel, 2407 Periwinkle Way, on April
21 between 2 and 4 p.m. In fact, he is
there manning the bookshop each and
every Sunday, and will be delighted to
sign and personalize copies of Everglades
Wildlife Barons, or his other popular
book, Sanybel Light. For more informa-
tion on the book signing call 472-1447.
LeBuff will have the Piper brothers
biography available at the Bonita Springs
Pioneer Reunion on May 1, and copies
are also available outside of the region
from one of the book s distributors,
Amber Publishing, through his Web site
at www.sanybel.com.M


U GI U Ten Boks
1. Between Friends by Kristy Kiernan
2. Living Sanibel by Charles Sobczak
3. Whisper from the Ocean by
Christine Lemmon
4. Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and
Sweet by Jamie Ford
5. Deep Shadowu by Randy Wayne
White
6. Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by
Steig Larsson
7. Sanibel Flats by Randy Wayne
White
8. Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth
Stein
9. Sanibel Scribbles by Christine
Lemmon
10. Portion of the Sea by Christine
Lemmon
Courtesy of Sanibel Island
Bookshop.M


this operation was Florida s premier
botanical and wildlife tourist destination.
The popular wildlife attraction remains
open and is still owned and managed by
members of the Piper family.
Bill and Lester Piper were no strangers
to living on the edge and doing danger-
ous things. They risked their lives on a
daily basis. As Lester Piper s grandson,
David Piper, Jr. writes in the book s intro-
duction: "who among you would stand
toe to toe with a black bear, dig into an
alligator cave, or try to resuscitate a lion
using mouth to mouth?
The Piper brothers owned and exhib-
ited the world's largest collection of
threatened American crocodiles, and they
also pioneered the captive propagation
of the now endangered Florida panther'
beginning at a time when the state of
Florida was still paying a bounty on these
cats. They, and their animals, like Old
Slewfoot of The Yearling, were featured
in major motion pictures. Their Wonder
Gardens educated tens of thousands of
Americans in the early days of environ-
mental education and eco-tourism. Their
mission was clearly stated in their own
words, "We have only a sincere desire to
give the visitor a clear picture of the thrill-
ing life, dangers, intrigue and constant
struggle for existence that goes on in the
depths of the impenetrable and fascinat-
ing Everglades." The Piper brothers were
undeniably the Wildlife Barons of the
Everglades and this book brings them and
their adventures back to life. Everglades
Wildlife Barons will eventually be avail-
able wherever books are sold. LeBuff will
have the first book-signing for his new
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The Legendary Piper Brothers and
Their Wonder Gardens. This 272-page
biography contains 33 illustrations and
was written by LeBuff and published
by Ralph Curtis Publishing. Curtis and
LeBuff met and became friends in 1952
when they both worked for the two men
who are the subjects of this biography,
the late brothers Bill and Lester Piper of
Bonita Springs. The Piper brothers are
Florida legends and in his book LeBuff
shares the highlights of their unique lives
- long lives that were dedicated to our
indigenous wildlife and the wild lands
collectively known as the Everglades.
Anyone who enjoys and studies Florida's
wildlife, and appreciates a read con-
taining real-life adventures, true deadly
drama, and regional history will enjoy
this book.
Between 1926 and 1932 the Piper
brothers plied the waters of the Detroit
River, which separates Wyandotte,
Michigan from Windsor, Ontario,
Canada. During their short but highly
specialized and successful six-year crimi-
nal career, at the height of American
Prohibition, the brothers each amassed
personal fortunes. Their wealth was
earned by ferying lucrative loads of alco-
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Point.
This event begins
at 9 a.m. with a light
continental breakfast
andua tprsentatiosn _
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Shell Point by Rita
Southern, director of King's Crown Assisted Living facility at Shell Point
assisted living for the
community. Following the 30-minute presentation guests will be given a tour of the
facility and furnished residences. At the end of the tour, those interested are welcome
to a take stroll through the resident gardens and award-winning Orchid House.
"Assisted Living facilities allow prospective residents and their families an alternative
to nursing care for parents who may need assistance with the activities of daily living,
but do not require full time skilled nursing," said Southern. "Assisted Living offers indi-
viduals a comforting home-like environment, while improving the daily quality of life
through a variety of amenities.
Shell Point has two assisted living facilities on site, the King's Crown Assisted Living
and the Arbor Assisted Living. The King's Crown was recently renovated and features
120 residential units with studio and one-bedroom floor plans; an expansive dining
room; library; computer station; and a variety of activity and gathering spaces.
The Arbor Assisted Living is an elegant center with a total of 132 units, and a
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No thought of blue cold when the
sand is white.
Washing away a sense of responsibil-
ity,
Back home in an ice-bound land.

These poems are from Gene
Mahoney's poetry book, Lite Reed
available from illniverse.com Eighteen
pages are devoted to Sanibel Island.
Gene and his wife Rosemary vis-
ited here 15 times in as many years,
the perfect place for them to share
their interests in watercolor painting
and writing. Gene earned tw~o mas-
ter s degrees from the University of
Wisconsin and Marquette University.
He served in Korea and Japan as sec-
retary to General Garrison Coverdale.
He later taught, trained teachers and
became administrator in Milwuaukee
schools and taught at University of
Wisconsin summer schools. Gene
passed away July 20, 2007. He wuas
given full military honors by the
Wisconsin National Guard.#

From page 36

Around The Islands
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 395-4000.


Virgin Spring!
The prelude to Summer.


Twilight Cafe has live music with
Jeff Key from 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;
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.
Sunshine Seafood Cafe at 8750
Gladiolus Drive, Fort Myers, has live
entertsinmen on Frzdd ad Saturl g
entertainment, phone 489-2233
Restaurant owners/managers, please
e-mail or fax your entertainment sched-
ule to Anne Mitchell at islandsuncity@
aol.com or 395-2299.4


Prelude Early Awakening
by Eugene J. Mahoney
Whe the blind is hi h

So as to ive the mtornling sun
When a tiny sunbeam illuminates us.
Our sleepless minds'

Li ble o reew number
Acquiesce. '
We somehow rise with Spring's sun.

Beach Thou hts In Winter
by Eugene J. Mahoney

On an island favored in climate,
A banquet of warm air and sun
dapple .
The rhythmic sound of the sea arriv-
ing.
Breaking into pinkish foam.
Washing pebbles, rounding them into
shape.
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The glory of sun on undulating peaks
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The Sanibel Community Association is once again celebrating the end of the
season with a Karaoke party at The Community House on Friday, April 16 at
7 p.m.. Get a group sing together or perform solo and show your stuff.
This year's theme celebrates Broadway, by featuring 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 for the event. There is even a Write Your Own
category.
Prizes include a 50/50 drawing along with a chance to win a Sanibel Community
Association membership along with tickets to next year's event.
The End of the Season Party will include a heavy hor d'oeuvres, cash bar, and
Karaoke entertainment provided by Line by Line Productions. To view a complete list-
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been volunteering in the weight room
and giving facility tours since the recre-
ation center s opening in 2007. He and
his wife Anne reside on the island nine
months a year and spend the remainder
of their time in Estes Park, Colorado and
Indianapolis, Indiana where they spend
time with their children and grandchil-
dren.
When asked about the recreation
center and his volunteering experience,
Wheeler said, "I enjoy meeting interest-
ing people who care about their physical
and emotional well-being. This facility
meets a wide variety of patrons' needs
which allows them to leave with a posi-
tive experience. Also, volunteering here
has encouraged me to be more physically
active in my own life and has helped me
to feel more a part of being a Sanibel
resident.
Volunteer opportunities are now avail-
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friends and neighbors who serve as recre-
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Dunes Nifty Niners
The Dunes Golf & Tennis Club Nifty
Niners played an ABCD 1,2,3 Best
Ball of 4 format on Thursday, April
8. Results:
1st Trudy Burkholder 56
Mary Coddens
Wanda Malone
2nd Nancy Hopkins 57
Jeanette McLaughlin
Ann Levinsohn
Bridget Funk
3rd Peggy Hogg 58
Phyllis Koury
Gay Nichols
Sue Norpell
Birdies/chip-ins:
Bridget Funk #8
Phyllis Koury #2
Robin Cohan #8.0


ISLAND SUN APRIL 16, 2010 43

A rarity occurred on Monday night
"ehd nluSh H a hiraisn dhirhund rdt th
same time and a flush was also turned up
in the crib. None of the players present
had ever seen this occur during a com-
bined total of over 400 years of cribbage
competition. Marcelais also had another
wide grin during the evening when he
posted the high hand of 20. The grin
faded quickly a few minutes later, how-
ever, when he absorbed the night's first
skunk. Another Periwinkle Park player,
Joan Davey, was handed the other skunk
of the night.
Play begins at 6 p.m. on Monday.
Show up about 5:45, pay an entry fee
of $5 and you have a chance to qualify
for the Champion of Champions tourna-
ment. Call Buntrock, the tournament
organizer, at 274-7881 with any ques-
tions.M


PGA Tips For Beginners

Pitch ShbtySMatt Oakley,
PGA Golf
Professional
think the least
understood in
Golf is the short
pitch shot around
the green. This is
where you are too
close for a full shot
and too far away to
chip. Here is a tip
for crisply hitting this crucial shot-saving
stroke:
1. Place the ball in the middle of the
stance. Not too far back, not too far for-
ward, right in the middle.
2. Weight distributed equally. Feel very
balanced and comfortable.
3. Use your Sand Wedge. This club
gives you the best height and spin to stop
the ball qiuikl ewhe itahits he green.a

clock face and swingithreoduh to 9 00 on

takhe cteh lu thetsshot3:00 on a
clock face the shaft should be parallel to
the ground and parallel to the target line
with the toe of the club pointing straight
up. The same thing needs to happen on
the follow through to 9:00 on the clock
face.
This gives the straight direction to the
shot and ensures it will go high and softly
hit the ground.w



Dunes Golfers

Win Gulf

COast Event
n Monday April 12 The Dunes
G If nTtenni Clu~b secureednfirst

Interclub (GCMI) golf competition for
tThhe ueseason, etisy re .a Trhoe
GCMI is a seven-team tournament
league with monthly competition among
the member clubs. Each club sends a
team of 12 amateur golfers plus one
professional to each match. Players
representing each club typically vary
from event to event depending on who
qualifies for that month's team based on
internal competition.
The GCMI participating clubs are: The
Dunes, Gateway Golf & Country Club,
Gulf Harbour Golf & Country Club, Kelly
Greens Golf & Country Club, Legends
Golf & Country Club, Magnolia Landing
Country Club, and Olde Hickoly Golf &
Country Club.
GCMI Vice President and The Dunes
team member Jack Roberts explained
that the objective of the interclub league
is to promote friendly competitive golf,
camaraderie among the clubs, and an
opportunity for members to play a variety
of courses. The interclub season begins in
October and ends in May with each club
hosting one tournament.G


Josh with autographed bat, first pitch
ball, and winning artwork


Josh tho d in bto ith classmates from


Fiday night, April 9 was the season opener for Miracle baseball. The first pitch
of the season was thrown by Sanibel resident Josh Heald, a 3rd grader from
Summit Christian School in south Fort Myers. Josh received this special honor
as part of his prize for winning the Miracle Christmas Card Design Contest. Over
600 entries were submitted and Josh s design was chosen to be the official Miracle
Christmas card.
Josh was cheered on by a group of Summit families, including his 3rd grade teach-
er, his art teacher, and the head of school.M


Dunes winners gather around the trophy


Rec Volunteer Of The Month;

Ed Wheeler


Mini-Cribbag e
Winner Posts 603
Butch Bouchard scored 603
points out of a possible 605 and
captured first place in the third
Mini-Cribbage Tournament held on
Monday, April 12, at American Legion
Post 123,Sanibel. Second place went to
Darlene Rizzo from the cribbage hotbed
at Periwinkle Trailer Park. Bob Buntrock
came in third.
With her second place finish Rizzo
joins Bouchard, Buntrock, John Earle,
Matt Hall and Becky Skog as qualifiers for
the round robin playoff on Monday, April
26, to determine the Cribbage Champion
of Champions for Sanibel/Captiva. Only
one more mini-tournament will be played
on Monday, April 19, with winners of '
first, second, or third place qualifying for
the year-end finale.


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by Nick Brown
Last Thursday night the Sanctuary Island Electric softball team buried the Aztec
Plumbing Warriors into a burial mound with a defensive 8-6 victory.
The Golden Glove player of the game was Sanctuary Electric catcher Ray
Walker who single handedly accounted for a dozen Bailey outs. "Actually, he account-
ed for about 4 outs for our team too," commented Sanctuary member Todd Hayes.
Walker's glove was like a casting net on the field. It seemed there was nowhere the
ball could go to avoid him. After the game, Ray autographed his glove and is putting
it up on ebay. He is hoping that with the proceeds he will be able to purchase new
sftball sh es
soIn the ot er games: All Island Glass finally cracked their five-game losing streak with
a victory over the Lazy Flamingo 14-10. The Sanibel Grill Rec 'N' Crew covered the
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Sanibel Grill Rec 'N' Crew 6-1-0 .857
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Great White Grill 5-2-0 .714
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All Island Glass 2-5-0 .286
Lazy Flamingo 2-5-0 .286
Sundial 2-5-0 .286
Royal Shell 1-6-0 .143
Week 8 Results:
All Island Glass defeats the Lazy Flamingo 14-10
Sanibel Grill Rec 'N' Crew defeats The Sundial 28-9
Sanctuary Island Electric defeats Aztec Plumbing Warriors 8-6
Bailey's Baggers defeats Royal Shell 18-3


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since the putts again did not count any-
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to say the least.M


Dunes Men's Golf
The Dunes Men's Golf Association
event results from Wednesday,
April 7, format ABCD four person
scramble (50 percent of team average),
are:
1st Place
Dick Hopkins 49.6
Bruce McLaughlin
Greg Jennings
Fred Nordstrom
2nd Place
Gordon Rains 50.6
Jack Roberts
Michael Funk
Richard Chocal
3rd Place
Don Weymouth 51.2*
Jerry Nichols
Bruce Noble
David Parmelee
4th Place
Jim Bradford 51.2
Doug Tudhope
Skip Richard
Richard Chocal
*won in a scorecard playoff
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eachy ewriL dies Leag~ue resul en,
gross scores minus putts taken, are:
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1sta Ceiia Ilss gh 54
2nd Joan Schmidt 55
3rd Jose Baden 56
A Flight
1st Mary Jane Keys 63*
2nd Ann Cogswell 63
3rd Geri Harrand 64
9 Holers
Championship Flight
1st Nancy Stell 32
2nd Joan Miller 33*
A Flight
1st Kathy Krause 33
2nd Tina Tober 35
3rd Sally Lichtenstein 36
scorecard playoff
This week's event consisted of only
counting shots taken before reaching the
green. Putts were only counted for handi-
cap purposes but not for the event score.
Keep it long and in the fairway and you
stood a very good chance at placing in
this event. Cecilia Olsson (18 hole) and
Nancy Stell (9 hole) took first in each of
their divisions although the competition
was very stiff and all who placed in the
event were grouped closely together as
far as scores were concerned.
Sally Lichtenstein showed off her
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Failure Of The Arizona Legislature
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by Ed Frank
M aybe it's not over. Maybe there still is the possibility that
Sthe Chicago Cubs will move their Spring Training head-
I quarters to Naples.
Early this week, a key Arizona legislator said, "it is vey/ unlike-
ly" that the Arizona Legislature will enact a funding mechanism
this year to finance the construction of a new stadium and train-
.t ing facilities for the Cubs in Mesa, Arizona.
"I think practically speaking, it is very unlikely we could get
House Majority Leader John McComish.
"There no potential solution that we can just dot the i's and
cross the t's, so to speak the potential solution that we're really close on. It's very
doubtful that we could get a solution done by the end of April," McComish added.
A memorandum of understanding between the Cubs and Mesa called for a tax on
ticket sales for all 15 teams that train in Arizona to finance the project. That proposal,
however, created a storm of protest from nearly every team except the Cubs.
The tax would have to be approved by the Arizona Legislature.
Failure of the legislature to enact the legislation this year means that one of the key
deadlines between the Cubs and Mesa will not be met.
So does this open the door for the Cubs to pick up stakes in Arizona where they
have trained for 50 years and move to Naples?
Cub spokesman Peter Chase declined comment.
Craig Bouchard, an Illinois native who lives in Naples and is spearheading the Cub-
to-Naples move, was quoted recently in the Chicago Tribune saying he could put a
deal in place in six weeks.
Another key player in the Naples proposal is Gary Davis, a financial adviser who
was recently elected to the Naples City Council. "We could tie up financing in 45
days," he said.
So stay tuned. Naples is ready to pounce if Arizona fails.
2010 Miracle Lose Three Straight to Start Season
It was a rough season start last week for the Fort Myers Miracle baseball team losing
three straight to the Bradenton Marauders, two at home at Hammond Stadium.
The third loss for first-year Manager Jake Mauer's squad was particularly disappoint-
ing as the Miracle took a 3-0 lead into the seventh inning only to spoil starting pitcher
Bobby Lanigan six strong innings by giving up two runs in the seventh and two in the
eighth for the 4-3 loss.
The Miracle are on the road until April 19 when they return to Hammond Stadium
to host the Charlotte Stone Crabs at 7:05 p.m.
Everblades Advance in Playoffs with First-Round Win over Elmira
The Florida Everblades defeated the Elmira (New York) Jackals three games to two
in the first round of the ECHL Kelly Cup Playoffs to move on to play the winner of the
Kalamazoo-Reading in the best-of-seven second round.
The decisive 4-3 series winner over Elmira last Sunday on the road came in the final
55 seconds when Milan Gajic scored with an empty-net goal.
Florida won two of three from Elmira on Elmira s home ice to advance to the sec-
ond round.
The Everblades will play the first two games of the second round on the road at
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46 ISLAND SUN APRIL 16, 2010
Poetry Fest At Sanibel Public Library


Some of the group of 80 local poets and fans who attended Poetry Fest on March 31 at the Sanibel Public Library. Poetry readings and
light refreshments kicked off the celebration. A poem a day will be displayed at the library during the month of April.


to be torn apart, along with others, when
the son of one of the families is killed in
Iraq nd aaWcca group complicates the
The group discussion begins promptly
at 2 p.m. in the ground floor meeting
room #4 across from the elevator. It is
preferable to have read the book to be
able to join in the lively discussion, but all
are welcome. If you have questions, call
the library at 472-2483.#


FictiOn Book
Discussion Group
is the choice of the Sanibel Public
Library Fiction Discussion Group
on Wednesday April 28 at the Sanibel
Public Library. The 2 p.m. meeting is
free and open to the public.
The farm families are linked by their
Midwestern pioneer pasts, dark family
secrets, and discord. They are threatened





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1. Name the three National League shortstops who have had at least 81 extra-base hits in a
season.
2. Which school was the last No. 1 seed to win baseball's College World Series before
Texas in 2009?
3. Who holds the Cincinnati Ben als' record for most rece tions in a season?
4. When was the last time Penn State's men's basketball team reached the NCAA Tourna-
ment?
5. How many teams has Pat Quinn led in his 20-year NHL head-coaching career?
6. In what year was the last time Penn State's women's volleyball team lost a match?
7. Who was the last women's golfer before Ai Miyazato to win the first two events of the
LPGA season?


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Chip Graddy, Terry Igo, Steve Brown Jr., Steve Greenstein, and Hodges Development
Director Phil Memoli



Classic & Scholarship Gala at Pelican Preserve Golf Club in Fort Myers.
The gala was attended by over 300 of friends and benefactors of Hodges
University in support of student scholarships.
The tournament hosted 34 foursomes and Sanibel's very own team scored big win-
ning first place in the Player's Flight. Players were Terry Igo, Steve Greenstein, Steve
Brown Jr. and Chip Graddy.
All the net proceeds from the event were dedicated to providing critical scholarship
support for Hodges University students 50 percent for veterans and their eligible
family members established by the new GI Bill, and 50 percent for other deserving
students.
Founded in 1990, Hodges University has established itself as one of the premier
private universities in Florida. Hodges has main campuses in Naples and Fort Myers
and additional learning sites at Immokalee, Edison State College in Fort Myers and
Punta Gorda, Pasco-Hernando Community College, South Florida Community College
and Florida Keys Community College.
The mission of Hodges University is to
offer associate, baccalaureate and gradu-
Irhl ate degrees as well as other programs. In
01tl | |t~ addition to offering courses in 18 profes-
sional disciplines and its comprehensive
/ 9 -[ [)e English as a second language program,
dlil'lu~f ) Hodges University fulfills educational and
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48 ISLAND SUN -APRIL 16, 2010

The Dunes Head Tennis Pro

C'OOChes At Sony Ericsson Tour
by Brian Johnson

pro Louis Vosloo,
Sw ho reached te n sh a
No.175 on the ATP
Tour in 2002, tray-
eled to Key Biscayne
on March 20 to coach
Kevin Anderson at I <
the Sony Ericsson
Tournament. .I
The Sony Ericsson, j4 -
often referred to as the q
Fifth Grand Slam, is a *-
mecca for Sanibel and
Captiva tennis fans Kevin Anderson and Louis Vosloo at the entrance of the Sony
each spring, and as Enicsson Tour venue
usual The Dunes Tennis
Club organized a trip over to the east coast for the benefit of local tennis fans.
Vosloo arrived solo two days before the start of the qualifying rounds to assist his
fellow South African, who is currently ranked 108 on the ATP Tour.
Vosloo s association with Anderson, aged 23, goes back almost a decade. The
Anderson family contacted Vosloo to see if their son, a rising star in South Africa,
could train with him. Vosloo agreed, and he has remained a mentor to the hard-sery-
ing, 6-foot-8 Anderson ever since.
Anderson came to the U.S. to play for the University of Illinois, where he won All-
American honors for three straight years and won the NCAA doubles title in 2006.
He made international news in the tennis world when he pulled off a shock upset of
World No.3 Novak Djokovic in Miami in 2008.
But Anderson, who is still asked about the win over Djokovic by reporters, does not
want to be a one-hit wonder. Vosloo believes Anderson has the talent to reach the Top
30 by the end of the year, and has been providing support and encouragement to his
countryman on an ongoing basis by text, email, and cell phone.
"He s on the move up the rankings, and he feels confident it s only a matter of
time," said Vosloo. "He s so close.





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"It was really weird, really
exciting to be back at a tourna-
ment like the Sony Ericsson,"
said Vosloo, who retired in 2003
and played the likes of Pete
Sampras and Andy Roddick
during his career. "You forget
about the hustle and bustle, the Anderson and Vosloo on the practice courts
atmosphere surrounding the
pinnacle of the sport. It was fun to get back in the ring as a coach."
Anderson won his first qualifying match 6-0, 2-6, 6-1 over Argentina s Juan Pablo
Brzezicki. In the second round he played ATP Tour veteran Stefan Koubek, Anderson
weathered a tight first set against the cagey Austrian and won 7-6, 6-1. This put him
into the main draw of the Masters Series 1000 event, regarded as the second most
important tournament in North America after the U.S. Open.
"He s changed his style from a baseliner to a very aggressive all-court player," said
Vosloo. "I think he s hitting the ball really clean.
Anderson played in the stadium on the tournament s marquee court for his first
round match, a 6-3, 6-1 rout over Brazil s Ricardo Mello.
With Anderson on a winning streak, Vosloo called his wife Lynn to join him
in Miami for his next match on Saturday, March 27 against Swiss star Stainislas
Wawrinka.
In a hot and sunny morning match, Anderson dropped serve early against
Wawrinka, who won an Olympic Gold Medal with Roger Federer in doubles in Beijing
in 2008.
But Anderson found his form, and began to impose his heavy serve and ground
strokes on the World No. 23. He had double break point in the second set, but a
white-hot backhand down the line missed by centimeters, and as happens so often at
the tour level, the window of opportunity soon vanished.
Nevertheless, the 6-4, 7-5 loss demonstrated that he belonged in the same class as
the world s elite players.
"It was a good tournament for him, and now he s on to the clay court season," said
Vosloo, who has returned to the clay himself .


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SWAT Swim

Team Registration

registration is now under way for
Team) summer swim team for
ages five to 18.
The program is designed to improve
stroke technique and to build endur-
ance. Practices start Monday, May 10
and run through the month of August.
Participants must be able to swim the
length of the pool. Registration fee is
$100 per child for members and $125
per child for non-members. A team suit
and cap will be selected at an additional
cost. Call the Sanibel Recreation Center
at 472-0345 for program details.
The Sanibel Recreation Center is
located at 3880 Sanibel-Captiva Road.
Daily, weekly and annual memberships
are available. Visit the Web site at www.
mysanibel.com.4


Dunes
Women's Golf

event results from Friday, April 9,
format low gross, low net, low putt,
are:
1st Place Mardi Glenn 156
Kenene Weymouth
Margaret Dwyer
Ann Levinsohn
2nd Place Anne Kuhnle 157
Sue Richard
Katie Reynolds
T-3rd Place Judy Wellons 160
Pat Wentling
Joan Baumler
T-3rd Place Noel Barbee 160
Mary Donovan
Carol Brodersen


Mardi Glenn Kenene Weymouth Margaret Dwyer


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Anne Kuhnle Sue Richard


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Beachview Men's
Golf Association
by Ed O'Neil
It's a shame to see the most competi-
Stive season in memory come to an
lend for the Beachview Men's Golf
Association.
The season-long point race wound up
a blanket finish.
The Member-Guest tournament
wound up with a three-hole playoff. Even
the treasured club championship took an
extra hole to settle.
Now the calendar is racing along to
the final few weeks but the close battles
continued unabated.
Club champion Bill Stell and Dick
Walte ouse battled pt tTonymBalsno bl
event ici'Jr 6 byenet inge e s3anor ione-
Chocol were another stroke back in third
pl ce
aAedeadlock again ensued on April 10
in the variable better ball tournament.
Bjorn Olsson led a team composed of
Don Ray, Bob Cushman and Roger
Cogswell for a 161 point total. Bob
Ritchlin, Dave Bugby and Russ Bilgore
matched that but lost a scorecard playoff.
And only two points fewer saw Fred
ZilmKe Rod e blaauwd Stan Sheft and
The Saturday battle was made even
tougher by the mouth-watering smells
wafting across the fairways from Whitey
Herman's pig roasting efforts, enjoyed
later in the day by the highly-social
Beachview Homeowners' Association.#


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ORAL REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING REPRESENTATION OF THE DEVELOPER FOR CORRECT
REPRESENTATIONS, MAKE REFERENCE TO THIS ADVERTISEMENT AND TO THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY SECTION 718 503, FLORIDA STATUTES,
TO BE FURNISHED BYA DEVELOPERT0A BUYER OR LESSEE Ths Isa not Intended to be an offer ng or solic tat on of sale in any lur sd ct on where
the development is not reg stered in accordance w th aypplcable law or where such offer ng or solic tat on would other se be proh b ted
S by law Prices, plans, artist s renderings, photos, and uses, dimensions, specifcations, improvements, materials amenites and
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ISLAND SUN APRIL 16, 2010 51


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Celebration of *
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Event Center in
downtown Fort samira K. Beckwith, Linda Uhler, Sandy Robinson, Kathy McKinley
Myers. and Lou Pontius
Organizers
promise this year's event will be bigger and better than ever. Due to the sellout of
2009's luncheon with more than 525 guests, organizers have increased this year's
capacity to 700. It is open to ladies and gentlemen.
"The Celebration of Women is a gathering to honor the female spirit and the spe-
cial role women have in our society as caregivers. It is also an opportunity to come
together to express love, share laughs with friends and celebrate life," said Samira K.
Beckwith, president and CEO of Hope HealthCare Services. "The philosophy behind
this event is the same as Hope's mission to give each person the opportunity to live
life to the fullest."
The celebration will feature boutique-style shopping with vendors donating a por-
tion of their proceeds to Hope, a fashion show courtesy of Saks Fifth Avenue and Bell
Tower Shops, a silent auction and raffle for fabulous prizes, fine cuisine, and camara-
derie. According to Erleene Sanders, second-year event chair, this year's mid-summer's
night dream-inspired theme will include trapeze artists, stilt walkers, and mimes. The
fashion show will showcase trapeze artists from Robin Dawn Dance Academy. "It's
really more of a production this year than your typical fashion show," Sanders said.
"Our committee of over 30 local women has been working tirelessly for months to
make this event spectacular and, most importantly, to increase awareness and raise
funds for Hope's programs and services," said Sanders. "We all face end-of-life issues
and whether it is for ourselves or someone we love, Hope provides exceptional care
and services each and every day in our community."
Doors will open at 11 a.m. with a champagne reception. The lunch and fashion
show will begin at 12:30 p.m.
Men's and women's spring, summer and resort fashions, from casual to evening
wear, will be featured in the fashion show along with creations by Miami designer
Craig Signer and silver jewelry by designer Donald Huber.
Some of the silent auction and raffle prizes include a washer and dryer from Home-
Tech, a week's stay at a villa in Spain, designer jewelry, a 40-inch television courtesy
of Bill Smith Appliances and a vacation package from Sanibel Harbour Marriott Resort
& Spa.
Proceeds will benefit Hope's programs and services with a special focus on Hope
Kids Care which includes Pediatric Hospice Care, Partners in Care: Together for Kids
(PIC), a palliative care program, and Rainbow Trails, a free day camp for children and
their families who are coping with a life-limiting illness or the recent loss of a loved
one.
Hope provides developmentally appropriate care to infants, children and adoles-
cents with life-limiting conditions, and their families. Hope's holistic approach to hos-
pice care for children includes emotional, spiritual and practical support, art and music
therapy, massage and aromatherapy and pet therapy. In addition, PIC program servic-
es offer pain control and symptom management, in-home care, counseling and respite
for family caregivers. Grief support and counseling are also available to children coping
with the loss of a loved one, or serious illness, whether their own or a loved one's.
Individual tickets are $55. Tables for eight guests are $550. Event sponsorships are
$1,500 to $10,000. Valet parking will be available.
To purchase tickets or for more information call 489-9147.M
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Dining Room at Shell Point, which is
located on The Island: April 21, April 27,
May 5, May 12, May 19 and May 25.
The afternoon meetings will be held
at 1:30 p.m. on the following dates in
the Oak Room located in The Woodlands
neighborhood at Shell Point: April 20,
April 28, May 4, May 11, May 18, and
May 26.
A brief presentation will be given on
the benefits of lifecare at Shell Point dur-
ing the casually-structured meeting, where
guests will learn about the numerous
retirement options available.
continued on page 56


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unteers will assist on the loading docks by
completing a preliminary sort of the food.
Those interested in volunteering for the
food banks should contact Marta Hodson
(Lee County) at 334-7007, ext. 32 or
Collier Harvest at 239-455-3663. Those
who can assist the Postal Sevi~ce should
contact Debra Mitchell, 573-9638 in Lee
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Food collected in Lee County goes to
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The food collected on May 8 will pro-
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number of Lee and Collier residents who
are struggling with hunger. Nationwide,
last year, 73.4 million pounds of food
was donated; one billion pounds has been
collected in the past 17 years. The effects
of the recession and unemployment rates
are having a dramatic impact on the
agencies that help the hungry.
Letter carriers, other postal employ-
ees, and volunteers will do their part
on Mal.8Ttlo p vdpebal ucp Coood as
has been the principal corporate sup-
porter for the NALC National Food
Drive since 1997. Each year it prints
postcards for delivery by letter carriers in
the week before the food drive. Valpak
Direct Marketing Systems also supports
the food drive by featuring Stamp Out
Hunger inserts in their mailings. Publix
Supermarkets provides brown plastic
bags for donations several days prior to
the food drive.

do ated ovrL305, poud food
for the Harry Chapin Food Bank. This
year, the goal is 500,000 pounds. The
food will be distributed at no cost to the
food bank's 170 participating agencies.
Postal customers are asked to place
non-perishable food in unbreakable con-
tainers next to their mailbox before their
letter carrier delivers mail on Saturday,
May 8. The carrier and/or volunteers will
do all the rest. The food is taken back
to a postal station, sorted, and delivered
to the food banks. Snowbirds departing
prior to May 8 are encouraged to drop
off their non-perishable foods at any post
office; the food will be held for the May 8
food drive.


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Beautifully appointed Osprey Model Carriage home
2BR/2BA with Media Room that can be used as
optional 3rd BR. Desirable upper unit has sweeping
lake and golf view of 7th fairway and green with
southern exposure. Upgraded tile, cabinets,
appliances and more. Furnishings available.
Community pool, tennis, activity center and gym.
Golf available.

St. Charles Harbour
Located in St Charles Harbour this 6400+
square foot home offers outstanding river
views, private 80 ft. pier, 4 car garage, 2
fireplaces, huge pool area with outdoor
kitchen, private guest suite, 2 laundry
rooms, butler pantry, whole house
generator. Additional dock available
in central marina, MUST See.
Priced reduced to $3,995,000.

Villa Lot or House/Lot Combo
The last remaining
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Harbour Expansive
views of the Marina
and down the canal.
Buy the lot and build
your own dream home or
purchase a completed Villa.
Plans available for review.
Lot only $565,000
Villa/Lot $1,395,000


room ~ ~ ~ .a.: plIt olt~l: ih
summer kitchen and heated pool/
spa. Priced below appraised value at $1,895,000
Contact the Island's
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Exclusive South Ft. Myers
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Over 1 acre lake front lot in
a private gated community
to build your custom home.
Plans are available or work
with an architect to create
your own dream home. One of few areas where horses
are permitted. Shenandoah is an enclave of spectacular
estate homes, featuring over a mile of riding trails, horse
arena and private tennis courts. Offered for $250,000


At Shell Point
Residents of Southwest Florida who
would like to learn about resort
style retirement options and lif-
ecare are invited to attend one of several
informational meetings at Shell Point
Retirement Community. One of Shell
Point's retirement counselors will explain
the benefits of becoming a resident.
The meetings will be held at 9:15 a.m.
on the following dates in the Crystal


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54 ISLAND SUN APRIL 16, 2010
Part 2 of 2: The Importance of Filtration

What You Can t

See Won' tHurt

YOu, Or Will It) .
by Br an Haes
n Part 1 in this
series we spoke
~I 1of the problems
of airborne indoor
contaminants being
..e : .recirculated through
.your air condition-
ingS and heating
system. In this sec-
tion, we will show
different options
available to help remedy this problem.
There are literally hundreds of different
options on the market today. We will talk
of three with the pros and con's of each:
The Cheap and Easy, The Workhorse,
and The High-Tech Nuclear Sub option.
The Cheap and Easy is just as the
name implies. With this form of filtra-
tion, we'll talk of the pros first. Well, we
already did. It's cheap and easy. This
type of filtration will only trap the largest
of contaminants, allowing asthma and
allergy irritants to bypass this media eas-
ily, you can actually hear the little buggers
laughing as they whiz by. On a more
serious note, only five to eight percent of
airborne contaminants are trapped. So
if you are an allergy or asthma sufferer
or you smoke in the conditioned space
this is not a good option for you or your
family.


The second type of filtration we will
talk of is a HEPA (high efficiency particle
arrestor) filter (The Workhorse). This
type was first developed for hospitals and
clean room applications. It is installed in-
line with your air handler. It uses a 5-7"
pleated filter for particle accumulation
trapping up to 70 percent of airborne
contaminants. It allows a much greater
surface area for contaminant collection by
far, filtering the air you breathe to a much
cleaner state and does not need changing
as often.
The last type of filtration (The
High-Tech Nuclear Sub Option) is the
electronic air cleaner. This type of filtra-
tion uses a series of different filtration
methods to create the cleanest air pos-
sible. This system uses a pre-filter to trap
large particles. It then takes the airborne
contaminates and charges them with a
positive charge; they then are attracted
to the negatively charged collector plates
where they stay leaving the discharged
air up to 95 percent cleaner than when it
entered the system. The only downfall of
this system is the initial cost of installation
but is offset by the superior quality of air.
Thanks for reading.
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:com4


Our email address iS

preSS iSlandsunnews .com


a "take-me-away" theme in tropical
prints with accents of bamboo and raf-
fia, a sunny Tuscany breakfast room in
blues, yellows and corals or a Moroccan
themed room in bright silks and bangles.
A contemporary casual room, furnished
in solids and textured fabrics in calming
neutral hues, provides undemanding sim-
plicity. Often the choice of busy people,
this interior will serve them well without
demanding much attention in return.
Fabrics can provide an amazing array
of moods in any room, from a tented din-
ing room ceiling to interior awnings in a
breakfast room to sound proofing uphol-
stered walls in the children's playroom.
Your family can feel free to put their feet
up on a large fabric covered ottoman
substituting for a coffee table in the fam-
ily room. Outdoor fabrics are no longer
just the blue and white stripe variety but
are now available in geometric corals and
multi-colored plaids, as well as sophisti-
cated mocha leaf patterns.
Having played a minor role for the
past few years, patterned fabrics are mak-
ing a strong comeback. Following their
lengthy absence, few people remember
how to use patterned fabrics effectively;
even making them a little frightening to
some. This makes pattern one of today's
freshest options for updating our interi-
ors.
Fabrics can be beautiful, friendly and
fun. They can set the mood, enhance a
theme, establish a trend, soften sound,
control light, provide privacy, and calm
our busy lives. Fabulous fabrics... indeed!
Bridget Vandenburgh is an inte-
rior decorator on Sanibel. She can be
reached at bridget~decden.net.#


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steps to the pool, beach and clubhouse. A wonderful Is
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Of Our Lives
by Bridget
Vandenburgh
hhhh... those
1 ~fabulous, fabu-
losfabrics...
T o' how would we ever
live without them?
Our environments
would be quite dreary
were it not for the
beauty, interest, comfort and design
that fabrics bring to our lives. Fabric
enhances and softens the interiors of
our homes as no other design element
can. Combining the two strongest ele-
ments of interior design, the psychology
of color and the psychology of pattern,
fabric brings human qualities to our sur-
roundings on a very personal level.
The ultimate advantage of using fab-
rics in our interiors is the strong power it
possesses to set a mood; from soft, quiet
and sophisticated to bold and beautiful.
There are literally tens of thousands of
fabrics available to choose from, with new
collections being introduced every fall and
spring; thus, assuring the perfect color
and pattern for each of our tastes and
needs. Our ability to apply these colors,
textures and prints of fabrics gives each
of us a unique opportunity to enjoy truly
personalized surroundings.
Our imaginations need not be limited
to colors and patterns but should expand
to include the myriad applications we
can design with those fabrics. Visualize


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Following the Artists Studio Tour


R16 ~915.


2nd Annual
Wine & Cheese Reception
3:00 6:00 Friday April 16


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*Load the dishwasher according to the manufacturer s instructions. Remember to fill
the racks to maximize energy and water use, but make sure you leave enough room for
the water to circulate.
As you can see, it doesn t take a lot of effort to save money while doing the dishes.
The dishwasher does all of the work for you.
For more energy tips, visit www.1cec.net.M



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Don't Get Walshed Up
By Your Dishwasher
by Laura Zocki Puerto, LCEC Public Relations Specialist
Your dishwasher can do it all! In addition to washing, rins-
ing and sanitizing, it also saves you time in the kitchen.
But, that convenience does come at a price. According
.to LCEC energy advisors, the average dishwasher uses about
it~360 kilowatt-hours of electricity and costs $30 to $50 a year
-C to operate.
That s quite a load (pun intended) on an electric bill. The fol-
lowing tips can help you reduce the heat your dishwasher adds to
Your electric bill.
Use the energy-saving cycles whenever possible.
If your dishwasher has a booster heater, turn your water
heater thermostat down to 120 degrees.
*Resist the temptation to pre-rinse dishes. Dishwashers today do a thorough job of
cleaning. Just scrape off the excess food and let the dishwasher do the rest.
*Wash only full loads and refrain from hand washing dishes throughout the day. It s
cheaper to put the dishes in the dishwasher and wash them all at once.


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Dependable & Courteous Islander Servuing Sanibel & Captivua


Lunch Celebrates
Administrative



The 7th annual Administrative
Fiia shiunc So In eaku plconon
Tuesd t BAprilw2 Ir 1D3 ra~ to el
1380 Colonial Boulevard Fort Myers.
Dr. David Kelley will speak about The
Positive Power of Humor and there will
be a show featuring affordable fashions
from Dillard s.
Models are Amy Sedlacek, anchor
and Fox 4 newscaster; Nicole Williams,
professional volunteer; Pete Ippolito,
Professional Volunteer; Karina L. Borgia,
administrator, Borgia Law & American
Real Title; Veronica L. Culbertson, execu-
tive director, SWFL Hispanic Chamber
of Commerce; Shanice Nicholas-Warner,
student, Island Coast High School; Roger
Mercado, director of allocations and com-
munity planning, United Way of Lee,
Hendly and Glades.
Silent auction items include: shopping
at rock bottom prices with seven friends
at Chico s; Coach purse; jewelry by
Roberta Montgomery; Sanibel Harbour
Resort dinner cruise for two; Best
Western 3-day, 2-nights stay; Sea World
four complimentary tickets; and gift bas-
ket by Dillards.






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Island Sun
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56 ISLAND SUN APRIL 16, 2010

Quilt Show Open
To The Public
The annual Shell Point Quilt Show will be open
to the public for the first time since it began
26 years ago. This show will be on display
from Saturday, April 17 through Monday, April 19.
The resident quilt show committee invites the public
to view the many sizes and varieties of quilts created
by talented artists at Shell Point.
"There are so many talented individuals living
at Shell Point, and the residents who create these
beautiful quilts are excited to invite the public on
property to view their hard work," said Jean Arndt,
Shell Point resident and quilt show chairperson.
"This is the first time we have opened the quilt
show up for anyone outside of Shell Point to visit,
continued on page 58


Intricate design and stitching


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Format
9-Hlole / 4Person Ta mScramble

Cost: $35 per person
(cash on3, no member charge)
Includes: Colf Cart, Buffet Dinner
& Cash Prizes
Sign-Up: Play ers tosign-up contact
the golf shop at (239) 472-2535
"WeV~willpuairpulayers to create teams



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of Golf, Cart & Lunch
SOffer valid 7-Days a week.
.Lunch is served between
L11:00 a.m. 2:30 p.m.
(valid May 19 October 31" 2010)

39-472-3355


* 7-day advanced golf reservations
* Complimentary practice
range balls
* Guest discounts
* Complimentary tennis


*Tennis instruction discounts
* Golf and tennis shop discounts
* Food and beverage discounts
* Access and billing privileges
at Sundial Beach & Golf Resort


* Complimentary tennis
* Participate in tennis
team matches
* Tennis instruction discounts


* Golf and tennis shop discounts
* Food and beverage discounts
* Access and billing privileges
at Sundial Beach & Golf Resort


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Call Chris Potter at 239-233-2413 to see this Property

SanCap One Source Realty


"During my career in Cocoa Beach,
I was fortunate to meet many astronauts
such as the original "moon walkers"
including Buzz Aldrin, Charlie Duke and
othe Apol prdgratmmastrnau, sa ng
space shuttle launches in the VIP area
with my son Jackson and my daughter
Jessica."
McKee was raised in Columbia,
South Carolina and graduated from
the University of South Carolina with
majors in German and business market-
ing. He then continued his studies at
the University of Bamberg in Bavaria,
Germany and traveled extensively
through Europe and Asia before begin-
ning his career.
In a joint statement, Rick Hayduk,
managing director of South Seas Island
Resort and David Shepherd, general
manager of Sundial Beach & Golf Resort
said, "Jason brings the experience
needed to make LXR San-Cap proper-
ties the first option when companies are
considering holding a meeting at a resort
destination. Both South Seas and Sundial
offer such unique experiences for the
corporate guest and provide the ability to
hold productive meetings while enjoying
the benefit of bringing family to balance
the work/life ratio."
McKee is soon moving to the area
with his wife Denise, who is a profession-
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Gulf-front luxury at
Sedgemoor $2.79M


** u~ y*****


Updated 2 bedrm w/
water view $349.5K


Over 1/2 acre near-
beach lot $499K


Beach-front condo
netting $35K+/yr $695K


Loggerhead gulf-
view 2 bedrm $474K


Updated home, backs
to nature $399K


Lot in The Dunes golf
community $399K


Bay-front 2 bedrm w/
high ceilings $379.9K


Near-beach lot off
East Gulf Dr $349K


Bay-front 2-bedrm
corner unit $399K


Fully remodeled
2 bedrm $334K






New kitchen & more
at Pointe Santo $799K


Gulf-front income
producer $699K






Large near-beach
cul-de-sac lot $449K






Lot on Farm Trail w/
amenities $325K


Double lot in Belle
Meade $224K


Captains Walk ground-
level l bedrm $189.9K






Pointe Santo 3 bedrm
w/income $999K


Canal-view condo
w/income $305K


Near-gulf condo w/
nitely income $194K


Stunning near-beach
home wlpool $1.495M


Top floor at Gulfside Canal-side 2 bedrm
Place $1.099M at Tennisplace $299K


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Lot near West Gulf
beach path $249K


Golf course lot in
The Sanctuary $269K






Kings Crown corner
3 bedrm $799K


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Island Resorts


Captiva, and Sundial Beach & Golf
Resort located in Sanibel, announce
the appointment of hospitality veteran
Jason McKee as director of area sales.
McKee will be responsible for garnering
group business for both properties man-
aged by LXR Luxury Resorts.
With more than 15 years of experi-
ence in the hospitality arena, McKee
began his career as the pre-opening sales
manager for Candlewood Suites Hotels
where he opened 32 hotels in 14 cit-
ies. After four years with Candlewood
McKee left the hotel business briefly f r
a stint as the director of leased opera-
tions for Macy s Department Store in
Manhattan. After realizing his true pas-
sion, McKee returned to the hospitality
business as the director of group sales
and marketing with Wyndham Hotels
in Dallas, Texas. While there, he was
promoted to director of task force sales
for Wyndham Hotels in both Florida and
Puerto Rico.
After four years with Wyndham,
McKee was recruited by LXR Luxury
Resorts & Hotels, moved to Cocoa
Beacs and continued toos aydw th Hikton
sales with aerospace companies includ-
ing Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Northrop
Grumman, General Dynamics and ATK.


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"Seagrass Cottage" 2-bedrm condo w/
$499K furnished garage & income $524K


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Bning a friend!

Ginge r's FIRMV & BURN

Friday @9:30am


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loking nyonadshhave r I;cI9
on Tpopserty. wil be ,, $
on display inside the _
Social Center on The '+
Island at Shell Point
on Saturday from
Sunday from noon to
4 p.m., and Monday,
from 10 a.m. to 4

50vidioswilv nth
opportunity to listen

Shdllp rolonn rs dbnts
while also viewing A variety of quilt styles will be on display
the orchids on display
from the Shell Point Orchid House. For more information, call Many Franklin, resort
services manager at 454-2152.
Shell Point is located two miles before the Sanibel Causeway.M



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58 ISLAND SUN APRIL 16, 2010
Human Trafficking I .sPrerP Tf~c M
Fundraiser AprilJ 23~ I
Human Trafficking Awareness
Partnerships, Inc. (HTAP) will j
host a fundraising event entitled,
Freedom for All Independence Day
in April on Friday, April 23. The event
will be held from 5 to 9 p.m. at Rob '
DeGennaro s newest restaurant, Nervous
Nellie s Crazy Waterfront Eatery, 1131
First Street, Fort Myers Beach. Nervous
Nellie s will provide all-American appe-
tizers, and happy hour-priced drinks.
Suggested attire is picnic clothes.
There will be artwork on display created iT
by girls involved in the HTAP s Artreach tW
program. Girls from varied backgrounds
in Lee County have created four canvas
wall hangings expressing their knowledge <} (NS
and understanding of modern-day slavery,
especially as it potentially affects their peer One of the works that will be on display
group. A short program featuring paint-
ings and a preview of a human trafficking
play researched, written and produced by students at the Cypress Lake Center for the
Arts will be held at 7 p.m.
There will be a silent auction with items such as dinner gift certificates, a two-night
stay at Gulf Breeze Cottages on Sanibel, $500+ worth of personal training sessions,
and artwork. Funds will be used to continue the Artreach program and other aware-
ness building programs for Lee County students. If you are unable to attend, contribu-
tions may be made to HTAP, PO Box 1113, Sanibel, FL.
For additional information on this event or Human Trafficking Awareness
Partnerships, Inc., contact Nola Theiss at 395-2635 or nola@humantraffickingaware-
ness.org.
Human Trafficking Awareness Partnerships, Inc. is dedicated to bringing the issue
of human trafficking to the forefront of public consciousness through local community
action and the sharing of resources among communities and organizations. Awareness
of the crime of human trafficking is the first step to eradicating modern slavery.


Lily & Co. Jewelry Gallery raised $667 for FISH (Friends in Service Here) in just two hours
by selling $1 tickets at its Egg-stravaganza Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 3. Gems
were hidden in some of the eggs. Pictured from left are: Dan Schuyler, co-owner of Lily &
co., Richard Johnson of Bailey's General Store, Maggie Feiner, president of FISH, Karen
Bell, co-owner of Lily & Co. and the Easter bunny (Kim Devito, Lily & Co. store manager).
Bailey's contributed cookies, sno-cones and soft drinks for the event. Participants were
also encouraged to donate food items for the FISH pantry


From page 56
Quilt Show


Open To Public


Egg-stravaganza
Raises Funds For FISH


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one scholarship to non-employees of
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residents in the counties their offices
serve (Collier and Lee); and one scholar-
ship to current employees of Bridgeport
Home Health Care. The scholarships
are non-renewable (for one school year
only) .
The process/requirements to apply for
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licensed practical nurse who has worked
for two of the past three years in either
capacity and are a resident in one of the
above named counties.
2) Enrolling in LPN or RN school for
the upcoming fall school year of 2010 or
2011 and are not now currently in LPN
or RN school.
3) Two written recommendations from
current and past employers.
4) Completed application packet
received by May 15.
Selection of recipients will be made
by the management team of Bridgeport
Home Health Care and recipients will be
announced in July. To request an applica-
tion packet call 344-7420, or write to
Bridgeport Home Health Care, 2734
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Hidden Treasures:

Gemstones For

April And May
by Dan Schuyler
and Karen Bell
Six times
each year,
this column
features history,
mythology, and
facts surrounding
various birthstones.
April celebrates the bright brilliance of
diamonds, and May brings the vibrant
green of emeralds.
Diamond
The name comes from the Greek
adamas, meaning invincible. The brilliant
white stones are thought to offer the
wearer courage and strength and to bring
bad luck to those who steal them, a myth
that has come true over the years.
The Greeks said that diamonds were
the tears of the gods and the Romans
thought they were splinters of stars,
romantic viewpoints echoed by the use of
diamonds as gifts for special occasions.
Diamond is a form of carbon, one
of the various allotropes of the element.
There are many fancy or colored versions
of the stone, created through the inclu-
sion of other elements within the carbon.
Diamonds have been known in India
for at least 3,000 years but most likely
6,000 years. Roughly 49 percent of dia-
monds originate from central and south-
ern Africa.


As well .
as its beauty,
the damonld
is known for ~
its hardness. a
Few things
can scratch ,
diamond and it.
has often been
used for indus-
trial purposes.
This durabil- .... ~2
ity is probably -.-, .c g_~
the source :.
of its use as
a symbol of I
eternal love.
However, a
diamond is not "
literally forever I"]'
and can be .,
damaged if
not cared for
properly. Ernerald and diarnond
Along encrusted pendant
with being
the birthstone for April, diamonds are
talismans for Aries as well as the gem
that celebrates 10th and 75th wedding
anniversaries.
Emerald
The emerald is traditionally associated
with a deep vibrant green, often with a
slightly bluish tinge. Emeralds are a green
variety of the benyl mineral species and
can range from light to dark green, often
having a blue or yellow tint. In order to
be classified as an emerald, the color
must be reasonably intense or the gem is
simply called green beryl.


Over the centuries emeralds have been
credited with a variety of magical powers
including seeing the future, bringing the
wearer riches and power, strengthening
memory and intelligence, averting evil
and revealing the truth. In ancient Egypt,
where emeralds were first discovered, the
gem's green color symbolized life itself.
Columbia has been the world's leading
emerald producer since the 1500s. .
Emeralds are naturally hard and
scratch-resistant, but require gentle wear
due to their clarity characteristics.
Besides being the birthstone for May,
the emerald is the zodiac sign of Cancer
as well as the gem that celebrates 20th
and 35th wedding anniversaries.
You can contact Dan Schuyler by
e-mail at dschuyler~lilyjewuelers.com.4


TOp Producers


March. The Burns Family has been voted
the Best Realtors on Sanibel and Captiva
Islands numerous times and consistently
ranks as top producing agents on the
Islands.
They have lived on Sanibel and
Captiva Islands for over 25 years.#


TOp Producer
RE/MAX of theanone
Islands has

that Deb Stone was
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Shell Point Meeting
Included in the visit is a tour of
the Island community, model units in
The Woodlands and Eagles Preserve.
Admission is free; however, seating is
limited, so reservations are required and
may be made by calling 466-1131 or
1-800-780-1131. Shell Point Retirement
Community is located in Fort Myers just
off Summerlin Road, two miles before the
Sanibel Causeway.M


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Royal Shell Preferred Properties
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CALLING CARD 239-395-1213
Emergency. ......... . .. . .. .. . .. .. .. . .911
Sanibel Police ......... . .. .. .... . . .. .. .472-3111
Lee County Sheriff's Office .. .. . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. 477-1 200
on call captiva Deputy ............... ............. 477-1000
Fire Department
Sanibel ............... .......... ..........472-5525
Captiva ............... .......... ..........472-9494
Florida Marine Patrol. . . ..... .. .... .. .. . . .. 332-6966
Florida Highway Patrol ............... .............. 278-7100
Poison Control. . . ...... .. ... .. .. .. . ..1 -800-282-3171
Chamber of Commerce ................ .............. 472-1080
City of Sanibel ............... ............. ....472-4135
Administrative Office. . . . . . .... .. .. .. . .. 472-3700
Building Department ................ .............. 472-4555
Community Housing and Resources. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 472-1189
Planning Department. . . . . . .... .. .. .. . .. 472-4136
Library
Sanibel ................ ........... ........472-2483
Captiva ................ ........... ........472-2133
Post Office
Sanibel ................ ........... ........472-1573
sanibel (toll free) . . . . . .... .. .. .. . .. 800-275-8777
captiva .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. ..... . .. .. .. . .472-1674
Sanibel Community Association .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. . .472-2155
senior center........ ............ 4253
ARTS
Arcade Theater. ......... .. .. .. .. .. . . .. .. 332-4488

B ART (B rrie 12 ads Group for the Arts) . ....... .9-00
Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre .. .. .. .. .. . .. . .. .. .. 278-4422
Fort Myers Symphonic Mastersingers. ................... ...472-0168
Gulf Coast Symphony. . . . .... ...... .. .. . . .. 472-6197
Lee County Alliance for the Arts .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. . .939-2787
Naples Philharmonic. . . . . . .... .. .. .. . . .. 597-1111
The Herb Strauss Schoolhouse Theater .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .472-6862
Sanibel Music Festival . . . ... ..... .. .. . . .. .336-7999
sanibel-Captiva Art League ............... ............ 472-4258
s.w. Florida Symphony. . . . . . ..... .. .. .. . .41 8-0996
CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS
ABWA (American Business Women's Assoc.) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 472-4499
Am ican I blM st 3. ... or csimontacchi@eart~hlink.net

Angel Flight SE . . . . . ... .. .. .. . .. 1-877-4AN-ANGEL
Audubon Society. . ....... .. .. .. .. .. . . .. 472-3156
sanibel Bike Club .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. sanibelbicycleclub.org
community Foundation of Sanibel-Captiva .................2450
CROW (Clinic For The Rehabilitation of Wildlife) .. .. .. .. .. .. 472-3644
FISH of Sanibel (Friends in Service Here) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 472-0404
sanibel Island Fishing Club .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. . .. 472-7257
Horticultural Society of the Islands. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .472-6940
Horticulture and Tea Society of Sanibel and Captiva ..........472-8334
Kiwanis Club . ........ . .. .. .. .. .. . .. . .395-1056
Lions Club (Tom Rothman) .. .. . . . . . .. .. .. . .. 395-3248
Master Gardeners of the Islands .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. . .472-6940
Newcomers .................. ............ ......472-9332
Notre Dame Club of Lee County .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. . .768-0417
optimist Club. ......... .. .. .. .... . . .. .. .472-0836
PAWS . . ...... .. .... .. .. . . .. 472-1027 or 472-9383
Rotar Club. . . .. . . . . .. .. .. 472-7257 or 472-0141

Saie- aiv irhi dlS iety .. ...... ....4264
sanibel-Captiva Power Squadron .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . .472-3828
Sanibel-Captiva Shell Club. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. . .. 395-1770
sanibel Youth Soccer . . . .... ...... .. .. . . .. 395-2040
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The Military Officers Assc. of America
(MIOAA, Alex MlacKenzie). . . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. 395-9232
United Way of Lee County .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 433-2000
United Way 211 Helpline......(24 hour information line) 211 or 433-3900
Zonta Club .. .. . . . . . .... . . . .. .. .671-6381
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Bailey-Mlatthews Shell Museum. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. 395-2233
J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 472-1100
Sanibel Historical Museum & Village .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .472-4648
SCCF (Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation) .. .. .. .. .. .. 472-2329


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Hi, my name is Tanya and I am a one-year-
old female lab mix. Do you have people
in your family? Do those people like
dogs. I ask this because I'm looking to be some-
one s family dog. Do you need a family dog? If
you do, I'm your girl. I'm very smart, I can do
commands; Come," Sit," Stay," and today I
learned to "Lie Down." I will be learning more
ever day. Tomorrow it s "Roll Over.
I love to play, but I know when playtime is over
too. I'm very attentive to people and I love and I
do my best to not disappoint them. I know I will
be a great family dog because I know what it feels
like to be loved. It s just been a while. Oh yeah,
and I'm really cute too.
My adoption fee is $75 minus a discount when
you draw an egg from Animal Semvices' adoption
basket containing a coupon worth $20 to $75 off
the regular price of all pet adoptions during April s
Adoption Egg-stravaganza promotion.
Well hello, humans. You ve fallen into my trap
perfectly. My name is Cleo. I am a two-year-old
female seal point Siamese kitty. Could you use a
little more attention in your life? If yes, then I could
make the perfect pet for you. Did you know that
Siamese cats are "dog-like" in their devotion to
their owners? Us kitties make great companions
and, of course, we re so incredibly beautiful. What
more could you want? You don t even have to
take me for a walk; just give me lots of snuggles
and some time to chase a feather on a stick, or
even chase my own shadow.
However, I must ask that you keep me strictly
as an indoor pet where it is safe as I am declawed
on all four feet. That means I will never scratch
your furniture ever. I get along with everyone so
if you have other pets, I would love for a pet to
show me the ropes. I can t wait to meet you and
my new family.
My adoption fee is just like Tanya: $75 minus
a discount when you draw an egg ~from the basket
which contains a coupon worth $20 to $75 off.
For information about this week s pets, call
533-7387 (LEE-PETS) or log on to Animal
Services' Web site at www.LeeLostPets.com.
When calling, refer to the animal s ID number.
The shelter is open for adoptions from 11:30 a.m.
to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday at 5600
Banner Drive, Fort Myers, next to the Lee County
Sheriff s Office, off Six Mile Cypress Parkway.


Cleo ID #469405


Female Siamese Cat Found


Think maybe I might
belong to someone you -
know? Please contact PAWS at
839-5215 if you know my owners. .
I will be put up for adoption if my
owners can t be found.
Help! I want to go home! Turns
out I will be a special needs cat,
I have diabetes. A new owner
will have to give me insulin shots
provided by PAWS. It s not a deal ,
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443-0110
~k?~i;l R EMAX
P~of the Islands


FOR INFORMATION
AND SHOWINGS
PLEASE CALL
ISABELLA RASI
(239) 246-4716
EMAIL
ISABELARASI@AOL.COM
NOVELLI INTERNATIONAL REAL ESTATE
RS 11/27 NTFN

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

HOME FOR SALE
Live inexpensively on Sanibel.
Charming, unique unit in Periwinkle Park.
823-2399
SR 3/12 NTFN


Tarpon Beach 204


239.472 3334


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UNIQUE PROPERTY
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2480 Library Way
Zoned for both commercial and
residential use. Rare opportunity on
SanibellIsland. AskinNE1,150,ooo


3BR/3BA Dunes duplex. Great golf
course views. Beautiful wood floors
Asking $429,000


Only $1,950,000


3BR/3BA remodeled duplex in Dunes
with sweeping golf course views and
granite, marble, tile, pavers, 3rd floor
06fce, 1763 sq.ft. $524,000


1663 Bunting Lane
Beautiful Corner Lot!
3BR/2BA, Lake View
Asking $510,000
IVobile: 910-3099
Office: 472-5187
BrianSanibel~yahoo.com
rwww.B rianSanibel.com
SR8/6NTFN


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liananna RFAITai liananna RFAITai RFasnAlai RFAITai ANNUAL RENTAL


WALK TO BEACH
This peaceful 2 bedroom/~1 bath UF ground level
duplex, offers screened in porch,
and is located on a quiet island lane. $950/month.
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

ofrtpdatd ichden pbas upr doeud n ed
pool and paver pool deck, plus. Private and a short
walkto beach. $2,000/mo.

472-6747
Call on these Island Rentals and ask about
our other Island Properties for rent.
Serving The Islands Rental Needs Since 1975
[BGulf Beach Properties, Inc.
Paul H. Zimmerman, Broker/Owner
S 3/26 BTFN

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 3/12ATFN


SANIBEL ANNUAL RENTAL
Single family home in wonderful, quiet,
natural development west end of Sanibel.
Large landscaped lot o ne oeaa
from beach with private beach path. 3-4
bedrooms (most with private porches), 3
baths, large open living area, kitchen open
to large dining area, screened porch off
living/dining areas. Laundry room on main
floor features second fridge. House has
elv po O two-car garages Communit has
lagoons. $5,300/mo. + util. Annual rental only
Call 917-680-4440.
RS 4/9 M 4/30

CUSTOM HOME, PRIVATE, river view, guest loft
with sun porch, pool, tennis, beach. No smoking or
pets. Available monthly beginning April. 405-210-
2341 or 405-307-8949

MINUTES TO SANIBELIFT MYERS Beach! Con-
Venient Gulf Harbour! Very nice ground floor
2bedroom/2bath w/den, great views, near pool. Unfur-
nished. Call Joan at 630-479-9550.
RS 4/167 4/16


NEAR BEACH PRIVATE HOMIE
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH
bedroom, 2bath Home with heated pool
in quiet Sanibel neighborhood. Seasonal
and monthly rentals. 239-472-0692 or
www.4sanlbel.com.


DIRECT BAYFRONT COTTAGES
Popular west end where Sanibel/Captiva
meet. 1 BR-3+BR, single story, furnished,
full kitchens, 3 docks, direct access, heated
poos spset arey bach39ac~r s street.
Res Spoo sa 23/12 MTFN


nettcelu es remodeled c/R3gA Douueex
views, granite, marble, tile, pavers, large
kitchen, and loft/office available as season-
al rental for one month or series of months.
Call Jean Johnson 703-548-0545.
SR 3/7 VTFN




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Captiva &( SanibelVacation Rentals
Rent directly from more than
300 property owners!
FREE for Renters to use!
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SR 2/12 B TFN


ISland Vacations
Of Sanibel & Captiva
lVliiiion $ Views Await You!
Cottages Condos Homes *
Miles of Beaches & Bike Paths
239-472-7277
1-888-451-7277
S 10/9BTFN


TOWNHOUSE ON CAPE COD BAY
The beach, clubhouse & GOLF
White Cliffs Plymouth, MA
month of July & Sept.
Plas~e c~all-o~r mnfo.
RS 3/26 M 4/16



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Excellent exposure and convenient location,
flexible square footage available to suit your
needs. Call 239-472-2183 for more information.
SR 12/3 B TFN


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


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


OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE
Convenient location on Periwinkle Way, Island
Tower Plaza, Sanibel. 1st Floor availability with
700 sq, ft. of space. Leasehold improvements
negotiable. Call Joe at 516-972-2883 or toll free
at 800-592-0009. Fax is 212-371-2290
SR10/12BTFN

TURN KEY OFFICE SPACE
Central location -1630 Periwinkle Way.Furnished
office including a Reception area and kitchen facil-
ity Recently designer decorated. Suite B-1072.6
sq.ft. @$15 per sq.ft. Plus CAM.
Call 239-985-0033 or 940-7823.
SR11/21 BTFN

FOR LEASE
Architecturally designed real estate office
on Periwinkle with 7-12 private offices
depending on configuration. Freshly
painted, new floor covering, reasonably
priced. Call 239-940-B7T8F2N3 for showing


OFFICE SPACES FOR LEASE
lona Schoolhouse Professional Center
Great Location at McGregor Blvd & Kelly Road.
685 sq feet & 1350 sq feet units available. Will
negotiate year lease! Call Lisa at 239-472-2792
RS 1/4BTFN


TOTALLY RENOVATED
800 Sq. ft. Doc Ford's Center New large white
tiles on floor New bathroom. Raised ceiling
and new windows. Motivated owner some
FREE RENT Call Nancy ...:l 1.1: 5I~.
SR8/7B TFN


RMcE PEIIKLEceFRChNTAE d- 1 0000 sq f
beautiful! Ample parking, no camfees!
239-472-6385
RS7/3(1ATFN


BEST BEACH ON SANIBEL

May 1 -Jan. 1
$600 + utilities.
Call 970-846-5068 or 239-395-0668.
SR 4/16 M TFN




SANIBEL ARMS
2 BR 2 BA 1st floor corner unit on canal. Free boat
dock. Fishing, lanal, pool, steps to beach. Interior
& furnishings new Jan 2006. Weekly/monthly/sea-
sonal. call owner 419-see-se70.



ANNUAL OR SEASONAL RENTAL
Sanibel 2BR/2BA- Furnished, Central A/C,
Wet Bar, Vaulted Ceilings, Direct TV, Irternet,
Pool, Screened Lanal, Garage. Call 954-605-
3325 or 800-618-3325 for details.
SR 7/17MTF


LOVELY SANIBEL CANAL HOME
Watershadows, direct access, no bridges,
new dock, 3-bd/2-bath, walk to Bay.
Immaculate. Available annually for
$2,195/month. Call for seasonal rate.
blsullvn@roadrunner.com or 603-986-0005.
RS2/5V 4/16


FOR RENT
Pleasant one-bedroom furnished apartment
on saoil nr aGn dbeecak gaonudn useway
natural setting, carport. w/d.
Available April-December $700/monthly.
AI| utilities furnished. Call owner.
Cell 859-749-7574or 859-289-5401.
SR 4/16M 4/23



ROOM FOR RENT
Master bedroom suite with private entrance
and bath. AI| utilities included. Plus HS
wireless internet. Refrigerator, microwave,
and coffee maker. May use my kitchen
for dinner prep. Annual or monthly.
Excellent references a must.
239-472-8702 Leave message if no answer.
RS 4/16B&4/16


ANNUAL RENTAL

PROPERTIES AVAILABLE
For a complete list visit our Website
www, remax-oftheislands, com
Call Dustyn Corace, RE/MAX of the Islands
239-472-2311


EAST END COTTAGE
Steps from the beach. 1 bdrm/1 1/2 bath,
AC/heat, full kitchen, laundry
$3,500/mo + tax Jan-Mar
neg.off-season. Call for availability
239-738-3021
SR1/9BTFN


SANIBEL ARMS 2/2
First floor condo, completely redone -
kitchen/bath/appliances/furniture -
November 2005. TVs/DVDs, internet, pool/
clubhouse. Just a few steps to beach.
Wee kly/M onthly/Seasonal
Call owners: 401-253-2511
SR 1/26 MTFN


VACATION RENTAL
MARKETING

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We provide enhanced marketing
services that compliment your property
manager promoting your Sanibel
condo or home on 15 leading websites,
including HomeAway and VRBO.
We guarantee success.
Call Tom & Lee Ann
239-244-1638
www.vacationrentalson-line. com
RS 2/19A 4/30


SEASONAL SPECIAL!


Wal 1Eo bteEc da mauCsedway.
Deck, new kitchen, bath and tile.
Call Bob
410-692-0200
RS 3/12 V TFN


WALK TO BEACH
Private 2/2 home in Sanibel
neighborhood. Community pools,
tennis courts, clubhouse.
$3,500/month. Prefer 3 months.
239-542-5627
SS3/9V 4/23











HELP WANTED


SERVICES OFFERED
Bob Adams
Res id entia I
Ren ewa I c
Se rvices f
"Handyman'
(Carpentry ma inenance -to ies faucets ce lng plans siding doors etc )
768-0569 or cell 464-6460


CURRENT EVENTS

Join other "news junkies" every Monday,
10 a.m. to noon, Phillips Gallery, BIG
ARTS, to discuss current events. Donation
$3. Refreshments during break. Tell your
friends. For more information call 395-0900.
SR 4/28 NTFN




DO CKAG E
Hourly, Daily, Weekly
and Monthly
Captiva Island 472-5800
SR 1/30 BTFN

AU TO F OR SA LE

2002 GEM ELECTRIC CAR
Made| nyCdhrysler Fea g, ND
New batteries, heat/defrost, trunk,1850 miles
$5,500
239-472-2549
SR 4/2 P 4/16

2002 GEMI ELECTRIC CAR
Street Legal
35 miles per hour
Seats 4 adults
$4,500
Call 423-309-0609
SR 4/16V 4/23


GARAGE/YARD SALE

GARAGE SALE SANIBEL
April 17 from 8 am 12 pm at 1013
Lindgren Blvd. Bookcase, CD's & DVD's
Computer, Dishes, Flatware, Gadgets, '
Glassware, Knick-knacks, Pots and pans,
Silver, Toys, Tupperware, Iron, Silverware,
Small App~lances, Wood Entertainment
Center, CD/DVD Racks. Funds to go to
Cub Scout Troop in need.
RS 4/16 V 4/16


GARAGE SALE

LSatturodayre Ari 1
8 8.m. 10 n000
1294 Sand Castle Road, Sanibel
SR 4/16 P 4/16


HUGE GARAGE SALE
Fri & Sat 9am Spm, Sunday 10am 2pm.
1349 Eagle Run Drive, Sanibel (off Donax).
No early birds please.
SR 4/16 V 4/16


CAPTIVA MOVING SALE. 16537 Captiva Drive. Fri-
day, April 23 8am 1pm. Indoor and patio furnishings,
children's items, etc. NO EARLY SALES!
RS 4/16V 4/23

ESTATE SALE. 526 N YACHTSMAN Drive, Sanibel.
Fni & Sat 9am 2pm. Furniture, kitchenware, tools,
RS 4/16V 4/16







Sanibel & Captiva Islands


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 472 410 or 277-0058.


LOST BERETTA KNIFE
Lost- Beretta folding knife with l/2
serrated edge. Very sentimental. Think we
lost on bike trail near Sanibel Bait Shop.
239-472-8702
RS 4/16 N 4/16


COMPUTER ASSISTANCE
AND REPAIR
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 1/11 V TFN


UPHOLSTERY
On Island Free Estimates.
Over 15 Years Experience.
Offering Professional Upholstery Services
Custom Art and Hand Painted Furniture. '
Lacy@LacyMcClary.com or 918-740-4972
SR10/2VTFN

PROFESSIONAL
CLEANING SERVICES
Residential Commercial
Interior Windows Carpet Cleaning
Jennifer Watson
239 81-6293


PERSONAL HOME CARE
Assist with transportation, meals,cleaning,
home/car maintenance. Excellent organiza-
tional skills. Island Resident.
Call Lisa 239-472-8875
Available day/night/weekends
RS10/23 TFN

NEED COMPUTER HELP?
Sanibel Resident. 20 Years pc
Experience. Pc Troubleshooting, Data
Backup& Restoration, Networks, Virus
Detection & Removal. Free Initial
Consultation. Call Fred 472-3873
RS 3/12V 4/30


SERVICES I


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


FOR SALE

c2yband nhewh hal dameps
Gray office chair $15
Call 246-4716
RS 2/5 N TFN

SCHWINN AIRDYNE UPRIGHT EXERCISE Bike.
Heart Rate Monitor, Time, Distance, Calories. $200.
395-1 649
SR 1/8NTFN


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


COMPANION SERVICE
Sanibel-Captiva Care and Companion Service,
LLC Medical appointments, general transportation,
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 239-472-0556.
SR 10/3BTFN

SANIBEL HOME WATCH SERVICE
Retired Police Captain
Lives on Sanibel
Reasonable Rates
239-472-9035
SR 4/9BTFN


70 ISLAND SUN APRIL 16, 2010


VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

We are currently seeking applicants

forusaeverae volunteer poehtio ct

Marguerite Jordan at 472-3644 Ext. 3
or visit our website www.crowclinic.org

A timesenst e training is inVOlved in all of our padient-care. We do
ask our volunteers to make ase~ce commitment of 3consecut e
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 Wednesday and Thursday, 2:15
to 3:15 p.m. Training will be provided.
S 11/28 N TFN


REAL ESTATE OFFICE
Twenty hours at $13 per hour.
R.E. license preferred.
Mature person with computer skills.
Call John at 850-1919
RS 4/2V TFN


SEEKING VOLUNTEERS
The Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum is
seeking Talented Volunteers:
Excel Data Entry and Analysis
Media Scrapbooking
Scan & Photoshop Articles
Museum Guide
If interested, call Diane Thomas
239-395-2233
SR 4/16 B 4/16


B & B CONDO PROS
Property Management & Care.
Home Watch Pool Service
Handyman Repairs
www. bbcondoopros com
inf0@bbcondopros.com
239-223-1600
SR911 TFN


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


32" TV
JVC I'Art 32" TV
Silver case, good looking, good working
order, w/remote and manual. $75
472-6837 (leave msg)
SR11/20NTFN


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A Celebration of
Fashion, Gems, Art &3
Experiences
Unique to Island Life

To Benefit
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Wednesday, April 21
Noon 3 P~m.

Ellingtons' Restaurant
124~4 Periwuinkle Way

$35 per person

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Featuring Fine Island Fashions


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Live Auction
Vacation Stays, Excursions, Jewelry, Art

Raffles Galore
Island Activities &i Goodies
Ticket donations $5 or 5 for $20
E mcee &3 Auctioneer: Jean Baer


Sponsored by The Royal Shell Companies
First 100 attendees receive a box of Norman Love Confections courtesy of The Royal Shell Companies


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