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PHOTO BY COURTNEY ORTIZ | WWW.COURTNEYSTUDIOS.COM PRSRT STD ECRWSS US POSTAGE PAID PERMIT 1498 FT LAUD ,FL 3363 SHERIDAN ST. SUITE 209 HOLLYWOOD, FL 33021 LOCAL Postal Customer 6 20 9 5th annual Odd Duck Bazaar runs April 11-12 Downtown IN THIS ISSUE: McArthur High School Principal earns recognition New snuggle delivery service reduces work stress VOL. 15 NO. 7 APRIL 2015 a e tt APRIL IS NATIONAL DONATE LIFE MONTH P. 25 CALENDAR OF EVENTS P. 4 p.25 MEET THE ANDERSON FAMILY Hollywood Gazette's April Family of the Month: Matthew, Deanna, Eric, Heidi and Christian SEE PAGE 6 FOR DETAILS Deanna Anderson was saved by an organ donor at the age of seven months old.

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GET LISTED! Visit HollywoodGazette.com more area happenings or to list yours. GOSEEDO APRILWHAT’S HOT & HAPPENING IN HOLLYWOOD4-5PASSION PLAY10 a.m.-6 p.m., Hollywood Spanish SDA Church, 1808 Van BurenTours start at Hollywood Spanish SDA Church and continue to ArtsPark at Young Circle.Information: HollywoodPassionPlay. com or 617-892-51895EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE AT THE BEACH6:45 a.m., Hollywood Beach at GareldTake part in worship, testimonies, and a short message as the run rises. Parking is free at North Park Beach. Presented by New Jerusalem First Missionary Baptist Church.Information: SheridanHills.orgDREAM CAR CLASSIC CAR SHOW10 a.m.-3 p.m., Hollywood Blvd. between 19th & 20th AvenueThis free event features dozens of classic cars, trucks and other vehicles. Information: 954-924-29807PARTY WITH A PURPOSE5:30-7:30 p.m., Lola’s on Harrison, 2032 Harrison St.Food, drinks, rafes and more. This month’s $10 admission fee benets the Historic Hollywood Women’s Club.Information: www.facebook.com/ pwphollywood8EXPO ALFRESCO!5-8 p.m., ArtsPark at Young Circle, 1 Young CircleSample food from area restaurants. Enjoy wine tastings, a kids corner and music. Cost is $20; kids 10 and under admitted free.Information: 954-923-400011THE HUMAN RACE 7 a.m., Charnow Park, 300 Connecticut St.Presented by Hands on Broward, this timed 5K walk/run along the Broadwalk raises funds for nonprots. After the race, enjoy music, awards and cool off in the splash pad. Information: 954-233-1293HOLLYWOOD WEST CONCERT SERIES7:30-9 p.m., Boulevard Heights Amphitheater, 6770 Gareld St.Enjoy a free concert with classic rock from Play Street. Information: 954-921-340412GLOBAL MEDITATION FOR WORLD PEACE5-6:30 p.m. ArtsPark at Young Circle, 1 Young CircleThis free event is open to all ages. Information: 954-962-744714HISTORY AND CULTURE WORKSHOP SERIES6-8 p.m., City Hall, Chambers Room 219, 2600 Hollywood Blvd.Tonight’s topic is African Americans in the Workplace, with Dr. Glenn Bowen, Director of the Center for Community Service Initiatives, and Dr. Victor Romano, associate professor of sociology and criminology. Information: 954-921-327118DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT7 a.m.-noon, Orangebrook Country Club, 400 Entrada DriveJoin this event to benet Hollywood’s youth golf program. Cost is $90 if registered by April 4, $110 April 5.Information: 954-615-7758 or 954415-5323ARTIST TALK: ART & CULTURE CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD2 p.m., 1650 Harrison St.Take in a conversation between artist Jose Alvarez and Irvin Lippman, executive director of the Boca Raton Museum of Art. Reception begins at 2 p.m., and the talk follows at 2:30. Free with gallery admission.Information: 954-921-3274 11-12ODD DUCK BAZAAR INDIE CRAFT SHOWNoon-6 p.m., Fred Lippmann Multi-Purpose Center, 2030 Polk St.Join this annual two-day, indoor, indie craft show complete with handmades, collectibles, live art and demonstrations from more than 70 artists. Complimentary swag bags full of goodies go to the rst 50 guests each day. Admission is $5; children younger than 12 admitted free.Information: OddDuckBazaar.com 4

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MOVIES & MUSICARTSPARK LIVE!8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, ArtsPark amphitheater, Hollywood Blvd. & U.S. 1FREE FRIDAY MOVIE NIGHTSApril 3: Planes: Fire & Rescue April 10: The Mighty Ducks April 17: Megamind April 24: Over the Hedge May 1: Secretariat May 8: Lilo & StitchInformation: 954-921-3500FRIDAY FEST AT CHARNOW PARK7:30-9 p.m., Performance Pavilion at Charnow Park, 300 Gareld St.April 3: Billy Bones (The Sax Man) April 17: Nat Kaye (Music for Dancing) April 24: Dixon (Country & Rock)Information: 954-921-3404EXHIBITSART AND CULTURE CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD10 a.m.-5 p.m., Tue-Fri, and Noon-4 p.m. Sat and Sun, 1650 Harrison St.Pine Crest School, On display through April 23. Hollywood Hills Elementary School, 2014-2015 Yearbook Design Contest. On display April 25 until May 7. Reception April 25 from noon-2 p.m.Jose Alvarez (D.O.P.A.): As Far As the I Can See: Large-scale paintings, animations, wall murals, photographs, sculpture, and archival TV performances. Center members can get a private VIP tour led by the artist at 11:30 a.m. May 2.Regina Jestrow: Linens: Painting, printmaking, quiltmaking and embroidery. Coming in June: Summer Arts Camp and Educational Programs. Call the center for details.Information: 954-921-3274ARTIST’S EXHIBITION AT ARTSPARK, YOUNG CIRCLECelia Reigle Exhibition: Display starts May 4 through June 26.Information: 954-921-3500DOWNTOWN ARTWALK 7-10 p.m., Harrison Street area Starts at 20th Ave. & Hollywood Blvd. Information: 954-921-350019THE RACE HOME 5K RUN/WALK8 a.m., Charnow Park, 300 Connecticut St.This 5K supports the Cosac Foundation in assisting the area’s homeless. Information: 954-924-3571 or Homelessvoice.org/5k BROWARD GOES TURKISHNoon-8 p.m., ArtsPark at Young Circle, 1 Young CircleCelebrate Broward County’s 100th year at this free festival offering Turkish food, art demos and crafts, fortune teller readings and performances by folk dance groups, belly dancers and more. Kids will nd face painting, balloon sculpting and a bounce house. Information: 954-732-107624 ANNUAL FUNTASTIC FRIDAY GOES GREEN 5-9:30 p.m., ArtsPark at Young Circle, 1 Young CircleHonor Earth Day and Arbor Day with environmental exhibits, games, face painting, music, free trees/plants – and take your turn with the TAIKO drums, made on site from repurposed tires and given to participants to take home. At 8 p.m., see the familyfriendly ick “Over the Hedge.” Information: 954-816-826925MCARTHUR’S GOLF TOURNAMENT7 a.m.-5 p.m., Orangebrook Country Club, 400 Entrada DriveProceeds benet McArthur High School. Cost is $150 for individuals, and $500 for four.Information: 754-323-1200SUPERHERO RUN/WALK7 a.m., Charnow Park, 300 Connecticut St.Hollywood Central Elementary hosts this family 5K run/walk that also includes a kid fun run. The race begins at Charnow Park and continues north along the Broadwalk. Money raised will support the school’s fth-graders and the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital’s “Love Jen Cancer Fund” in recognition of Lucas B, a student and cancer survivor. Cost is $25 ages 10 and older; $10 ages 9 and under; $30 race day.Information: 754-323-615028HISTORY AND CULTURE WORKSHOP SERIES6-8 p.m., City Hall, Chambers Room 219, 2600 Hollywood Blvd.Tonight’s topic is Music and Dance: Sacred and Secular Traditions. Presenters are Dionis Camacho, adjunct professor of music, and Yvonne Goodridge, assistant professor of dance. Information: 954-921-3271May 2DOG LOVES BOOKS, PRESENTED BY ARTSPOWER2 p.m., Hollywood Performing Arts Center, 1770 Monroe St.Louise Yates’ best seller comes to life in this musical about a dog who loves books and opens his own bookstore. Information: 954-921-32743GREAT STRIDES HOLLYWOOD – TAKING STEPS TO CURE CYSTIC FIBROSIS6:30 a.m., Charnow Park, 300 Connecticut St. Raise funds to support the foundation’s programs and services. Featuring kids’ activities and food too.Information: 954-739-50067FILM SCREENING: AN HONEST LIAR6:30 p.m., Hollywood Performing Arts Center, 1770 Monroe St.The story of James “The Amazing” Randi, challenger of paranormal phenomena. A Q&A with Randi and artist Jose Alvarez follows the lm.Information: 954-921-3274HARD ROCK LIVE! Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, 1 Seminole WayApril 17: Chef Robert IrvineShow times: 954-797-5531FORT LAUDERDALE IMPROV 5700 Seminole WayApril 2-4: John Witherspoon April 9: Matt Fulchiron April 10-11: Al Madrigal April 17: Kevin Smith and Bryan Johnson; A Q&A with Kevin Smith April 18: The Yannis Pappas Show featuring Maurica & Mr. Panos April 19: Finesse Mitchell April 23-25: Pauly Shore May 1-3: Arnez J May 7-10: Cristela AlonzoShow times: 954-981-5653 COMEDY &SHOWS Cristela Alonzo: Coming in May Coming May 7 NAVY BAND SOUTHEAST 7-9 p.m., ArtsPark amphitheater, 1 Young Circle Navy Band Southeast shows inspire pride and patriotism through music. Lawn seating. Bring your beach chair or blanket. Admission is free. Information: 954-921-3500 5

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Looking for an unforgettable way to boost morale in the office? Not everyone can reap the benefits of snuggling with puppies and kittens like employees of the Humane Society do at the shelter, so they came up with the idea to bring adoptable puppies and kittens to you at your office or workplace. Now you can schedule adoptable furry friends for a 'snuggle delivery' for a minimum donation of $150 to the shelter. Proceeds from this service will benefit all the homeless animals at the Humane Society of Broward County. Just a few minutes of cuddle time is a proven stress reliever during the day. According to an NBC News article, “preliminary results from a study show that a few minutes of stroking our pet dog prompts a release of a number of ‘feel good’ hormones in humans, including serotonin, prolactin and oxytocin. In addition, petting our pooches results in decreased levels of the primary stress hormone cortisol, the adrenal chemical responsible for regulating appetite and cravings for carbohydrates.” Snuggle Deliveries are currently only available to locations in Broward County during business hours Monday-Friday. They ask that you list a few dates that you’re available as our availability of puppies and kittens is never guaranteed. Visit http://humanebroward.com/ snuggles/ to sign your office up today. Frequently Asked Questions: Q: How long can you come to my office or workplace for? A: The delivery would last an hour to an hour and half. Depending on the size of your company, we could break that into multiple 10-15 minute sessions. Q: In addition to the minimum donation of $150, can you use donation items as well? A: Yes! We have a Wish List that we can always use items from. Q: How long is the session? A: We’d prefer an indoor area and a session would last 15-20 minutes. We can accommodate multiple sessions that would consist of an hour long visit. Q: Do you do this inside or outside? A: We’d prefer an indoor area, but could be open to an outdoor area depending on the space. This will be discussed on a case by case basis. Q: What if you don’t have any puppies or kittens available? A: We can bring an adult dog or two if this situation arises, but it’s rare that we don’t have any puppies or kittens. You can also reschedule, but it’s possible that the next date you choose may have the same situation arise. Q: Are you willing to deliver snuggles outside of Broward County? A: Yes we are, but we’ll need to ask for a higher donation to make up for the extra staff time and mileage. We are asking for $100 per 20 miles outside of the Broward County line. Q: How many puppies/kittens do you bring? A. It depends on your company size. 0-20 Employees – 5 puppies/kittens 21-50 Employees – 8 puppies/kittens 51-100 Employees – 10-12 puppies 101+ Employees – 12-13 puppies Please keep in mind that these numbers could change based on availability. Q: What type of payment do you accept and when would you like to receive it. A: We’d prefer a check mailed to us in advance. Please send checks to Humane Society of Broward County 2070 Griffin Rd. Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33312 Attn: Adam Goldberg Stressed at work? New 'Snuggle Delivery' service delivers adoptable puppies and kittens to cuddle PHOTO BY JOHN CHRISTIE 6

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Public hearing set for April 14th to determine ordinance to govern transportation network companies Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) remain a concern for the Broward County Commission. Many people like TNCs like Uber but taxi cab operators consider them to be unfair competition. The Broward Commission is working to identify standards for an ordinance that will govern these companies and has set April 14th as the date for public hearing for that proposed ordinance. The commissioners generally agreed to a proposal that would require TNCs to obtain an operating license. Drivers would have to register with the county and vehicles would have to carry operating permits and undergo inspections like taxi companies. TNCs would have to maintain a local office with a customer service telephone number and website under the proposal. TNCs are currently regulated under the County's motor carriers ordinance. Commissioners are now focusing on a broader, more comprehensive ordinance to specifically govern transportation network companies. Commissioners have individually provided details of what they would like to see in the finalized version of the proposed TNC ordinance. Commissioners favored an ordinance that, in some areas, exceeds current county motor vehicle for hire requirements and regulations. Commissioners asked that the new ordinance require strict but efficient federal level two background checks for TNC drivers and discussed mechanical inspections by certified mechanics. Also discussed was a need for fare regulations, pick up fees at the airport and limiting the number of vehicles on the road, regulations that taxi companies now follow. Penalties for non-compliance may also be included in the new TNC ordinance. The Broward County Attorney's Office will also study the feasibility of an ordinance that would permit companies to use commercial vehicles not privately owned to operate under the same or similar rules such as TNCs using similar internet applications. Unlike taxi companies, TNCs use an internet application to match up drivers in private vehicles to customers who are seeking transportation. Broward County Commissioner Beam Furr supports transportation network companies like Uber if they are willing to meet certain conditions. He believes these companies have something to offer consumers and that the competition they bring to the market will improve transportation in general. “I think Uber is an innovative platform. It is part of a wave of what people call the sharing economy which is manifesting itself in numerous ways,” said Furr. “For Uber drivers, it is a lifeline and helps them find jobs that were not available them. People are using technology to communicate quickly and bring services and people together.” The challenge is that this new technology is outpacing the current regulatory environment. And Furr believes these companies need to be regulated. He believes that all transportation network companies should undergo a background check, carry insurance and have their vehicles inspected for safety. “These are very low thresholds and I think drivers should be able to meet them,” said Furr. Another concern for Furr is that transportation network operators are not paying airport fees for picking up passengers at the airport. Taxi drivers are and this money is used to pay for the maintenance of the airport. He also concerned that if there are too many ride sharing companies at the airport, there will be chaos there. But he believes that taxis with their long held monopoly should either expand the number of medallions granted to people or that more opportunities should be available to people who want to enter the business. “I think the competition has forced taxis to raise their game. They have enjoyed a monopoly and become complacent. Now we are seeing taxis push customer service, using apps and improving their cars,” said Furr. Negotiations among the taxi, limousine and transportation network companies are ongoing. Other concerns for Furr include the fact that too much garbage is now going to landfills rather than being incinerated. Furr also believes Broward County leaders need to establish more plans for the projected rise in sea levels. This may mean leaders will have look for different water resources and will have to prepare the beach areas for the rise in seawater. The April 14th public hearing on the TNC ordinance will take place at 2:00 p.m. at the Broward Governmental Center, 115 S. Andrews Avenue, Room 422 in Fort Lauderdale. PA RTY WITH A PURPOSE TUESDAY APRIL 7TH \001 5:30 LOLA’S ON HARRISON GIVE something back to the place you love GATHER with others who share your ideals GRANT to the causes you care about GROW a brighter future The Hollywood Women’s Club is a 501(c)3 non profit volunteer organization supporting community service organizations through financial and volunteer support. New members are always welcome. Benefiting the Hosted by the The HWC is part of the world's olde st and largest women's service organizations dedicated to community improvement through the volunteer service of every member. Our motto is "Living the volunteer spirit." If you are looking for connections to your community, interested in meeting new fri ends, and ready to have some fun, we have all that and MORE. Drop by and let us tell you more about our Club. http://www.hollywoodwomensclub.org/ info@ hollywoodwomensclub.org $ 10 R a f f l e s ! Photo Credits: Image Source/Getty Images. Model in image is for illustrative purposes only. SHARE THE GIFT OF LIFE.Today more than 100 million people in the U.S. have signed up to share life by registering as organ, eye, and tissue donors. Do the right thing, right now. Go to organdonor.gov.Register today. organdonor.gov U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration Administration on Aging National Institutes of Health/National Institute on AgingVisit HealthCare.gov to enroll in affordable health insurance. Sign up today. Go to organdonor.gov BY DAVID VOLZ CORRESPONDENT dvolz@hollywoodgazette.com 8

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If you have strolled along the streets of Downtown Hollywood recently, you may have noticed colorful, yarn -covered bicycles. This is a part of the Broken Bike Project, as well as a signal that the fifth annual Odd Duck Bazaar will soon waddle into Hollywood! The Broken Bike Project began last year when artisans salvaged unwanted bikes and covered them in colorful patterns of yarn. The “Odd Ducks” have continued this new tradition this year as a way to add more art to Downtown Hollywood and to promote the upcoming event. Where does the quacking name come from? According to their website www.oddduckbazaar.com , since the artisans make unquie crafts and “strive to be different and stand out from the rest”, the creators thought the name was extrememely fitting. The Odd Duck Bazaar is home to approximately seventy different independent artisans and is a fun experience the whole family can enjoy! The bazaar is completely family friendly, and has previously featured fun activities such as do ityourself crafts, facepainting, photo booths, and live music, so this year can be expected to be just as entertaining! Artisans from Hollywood have been hand selected to participate in this great event and will be selling unique handmade items, food, art, and much more. This is a great way for artisans to promote themselves and their business while strengthening the art and culture of their community. The Odd Duck Bazaar will be held at the Fred Lippman Center, 2030 Polk Street, in the newly bicycle clad Downtown Hollywood on April 11th and 12th, from 12pm6pm each day. There is a five dollar admission fee for adults, and kids under the age of twelve are free. Visitors may want to 'duck in' early, because the first fifty shoppers each day will get a free “swag bag” filled with goodies! If you attend the Odd Duck Bazaar, snap a quack tastic picture and post it to Instagram with the hashtag “HGOddDuck” Hollywood Invaded by Crafting “Ducks”: The 5th Annual Odd Duck Bazaar BY COURTNEY BUTTERWORTH TEEN CORRESPONDENT courtney.butterworth@ aquinas-sta.org DOWNTOWN Odd Duck Bazaar is happening April 11th & 12th, 2015 at the Fred Lippman Center, 2030 Polk Street, downtown Hollywood from noon to 6pm. $5 admission and children under 12 are free. A free swag bag will be given to the first 50 shoppers each day. Puffy the Poodle Paddleboarding. It's his very favorite thing to do! If we go without him, he has a total meltdown. Submitted by Khila Khani & Jay Auerbach Puffy pet of the month “PET OF THE MONTH” IS SPONSORED BY WANT YOUR PET TO BE “PET OF THE MONTH”? Upload your photo online at www. hollywoodgazette.com under the “SUBMIT PHOTO” top menu 9

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Share a day on the links and raise funds for the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood at the Seventh Annual Golf for Art on Saturday, April 25 at the Hollywood Beach Golf Resort, located at 1600 Johnson Street. This fun-inthe-sun fundraiser features 10-time PGA Tour winner Mark McCumber participating in “Pay the Pro” and offering photo opportunities with golfers. Registration begins at 7 a.m. and includes complimentary Bloody Marys, Screwdrivers, and continental breakfast. Play starts with an 8 a.m. shotgun on the championship, par70, tree-lined golf course designed in 1924 by renowned architect Donald Ross. There will be three beverage stations, as well as fresh fruit available throughout the course. Golf for Art concludes with an awards luncheon featuring a live auction and door prize drawings. Mark McCumber will be on the course for “Pay the Pro,” in which registered participants can pay him to take a par-5 drive for them, as well as have their picture taken! Golfers can also play “Beat the Pro” by trying to place their shot closer to the pin than Matt Metaxas, Director of Instruction at the McCumber Golf Academy. Golfers can win hole-in-one prizes on all five par-3 holes, such as a $20,000 cash prize and a two-year lease on a Mercedes-Benz. Other hole-in-one awards include a $500 Visa Gift Card, a set of Cleveland Irons, and a Kindle Fire. The cost for individuals to enter is $125; a foursome is $500. For more information, 954.921.3274 or visit ArtAndCultureCenter.org/golf. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. Presenting sponsors are Hollywood Beach Golf Resort, McCumber Golf Academy, and Hyde Resort & Residences Hollywood. Award Luncheon sponsor is BankUnited. Beverage Cart sponsors are NV5, Equity Insurance Underwriters, Inc., and Diplomat Resort & Spa. Gold sponsor is Becker & Poliakoff. Silver sponsors are Aeration Technology, Inc.; Allstate Insurance: Frank Galluzzo; Natural Life Chiropractic Center/Yoga One; and Jason Swineford, M.D. Event sponsors are AutoNation, Lee’s Locksmith & Bicycle Shop, PR Pageant Coaches, Rudy’s Bar & Grill, and Southern Wine & Spirits. The Golf for Art Event Committee is comprised of Josh McCumber, Chair; Susan Best; Cindy Bruschi; Hon. Sandra Coleman; Marianne Ferro; Kathy Hanley; Marty Jacobsen; Alan Koslow; Tracy Lyons; John Mabry; Matt Metaxas; H. Dan Revis; Anna Smith; John Stengel; and Jason Swineford, M.D. The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood presents contemporary gallery exhibitions, live stage performances and high-quality education programs for adults and children. The Center fosters a creative environment where new and challenging work can flourish through programs that reflect the highest standards of artistry and diversity. To learn more, call 954.921.3274 or visit ArtandCultureCenter.org. In Real Estate Since Year 1 Seventh Annual Golf for Art Set for Saturday, April 25 FOR GOODNESS SAKE Shown from left to right are Josh McCumber and Mark McCumber. Ten-time PGA Tour winner Mark McCumber will be on the course at the Seventh Annual Golf for Art, where golfers can “Pay the Pro” and have McCumber take a par-5 drive for them, as well as have their picture taken! A Place for Mom is the nation’s largest senior living referral information service. We do not own, operate, endorse or recommend any senior living community. We are paid by partner communities, so our services are completely free to families. rfnn tnbn “You can trust A Place for Mom to help you.”– Joan Lunden Call A Place for Mom. Our Advisors are trusted, local experts who can help you understand your options. Since 2000, we’ve helped over one million families nd senior living solutions that meet their unique needs. A Free Service for Families. Call: (800) 673-5091 10

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MUNICIPAL NEWS Sean Cononie is moving his COSAC homesless shelter and Homeless Voice operation to an undisclosed location in central Florida. The homeless shelter that he ran at 1203 Federal Highway officially closed Friday, March 27. Cononie will led about 100 people on buses to an undisclosed location in central Florida. “The people who are going to central Florida are self-sufficient,” said Cononie. "The place we are moving to could hold more residents but we won’t have as many in the beginning.” A number of people associated with Cononie’s program will remain in Broward County. Cononie has property in Dania Beach and areas of unincorporated Broward County. He hopes to also house people in a Fort Lauderdale hotel. A small group of homeless people will remain in the Hollywood area. Cononie ran a homeless shelter operation at 1203 Federal Highway for years. He and residents of the facility raised money for the operation by selling the Homeless Voice newspaper. Over time, the homeless operation became controversial and Hollywood residents, business owners and leaders complained about the facility and the residents who would come and go from it. Recently the City of Hollywood agreed to pay Cononie about $4.8 million to vacate its properties and not return for 30 years. It is anticipated that the property will be demolished and redeveloped. During meetings, Hollywood commission members said they wanted the land to be used for other purposes. Right now, Cononie and leaders of his organization are in the process of moving and saying good bye to Hollywood. Meanwhile, Laurie-Anne Walton is learning her position as homeless coordinator for the City of Hollywood. She is helping people who have found themselves homeless and want help. She has also learned to work with people who are more comfortable living outside. Walton is looking for ways to help those left behind from the COSAC shelter relocation and others. “I am placing some into assisted living facilities and am finding shelters for homeless people. I am helping them find jobs so they rent apartments. I can also provide bus transportation for the homeless,” said Walton. She is also working with the long term homeless, people who simply prefer living outside. She met with a Vietnam War veteran who would make a camp for himself every night and did not want to live in a building. “He had been trained to live outside. He felt claustrophobic living indoors,” said Walton. The homeless problem may never completely go away. But Walton is doing what she can to help those without places to live. Homeless shelter on Federal Highway officially closed; city's homeless coordinator settles into new position BY DAVID VOLZ CORRESPONDENT dvolz@hollywoodgazette.com Laurie-Anne Walton homeless program coordinator for Hollywood. 12

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The Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce (GHCC) invites the community to come and celebrate the 20th Annual Expo Alfresco –A Taste of Hollywood from 5 to 8 p.m. at ArtsPark at Young Circle (Hollywood Boulevard and Federal Highway) on Weds., April 8th. Event-goers will have the opportunity to meet local businesses, sample signature dishes from some of Hollywood’s best restaurants and taste selected wines from around the world--sponsored by Hollywood Liquor Discount & Wine. Back by popular demand, firehouses from different cities will compete to claim the much coveted “Firehouse Cook Off Showdown”. Each firehouse will battle (Iron Chef Style) for one hour to produce an appetizer, main course and a desert utilizing a secret ingredient. A panel of 5 judges will be deciding this year’s winner. Each firehouse will be cheered on by local high schools' bands. High schools participating will be McArthur, South Broward, Hollywood Hills and Chaminade Madonna College Preparatory. Also back by popular demand, Hollywood’s very own Muzart Creative Arts Studio’s r Kidz Korner, sponsored by Billy’s Stone Crab Restaurant & Market. The 2015 Expo Alfresco –A Taste of Hollywood has been sanctioned as an official Broward 100 event. 2015 marks the 100th birthday of Broward County. Broward 100 is embarking on a yearlong centennial celebration between October 2014 and October 2015 to showcase the communities within the County and commemorate its history, culture and arts. Tickets for Hollywood’s Expo Alfresco are $20 and children under 10 are free. To reserve your booth or purchase tickets, visit www.hollywoodchamber.org or call 954 9234000. The City of Hollywood Green Team is proud to continue the tradition of celebrating Earth Day and Arbor Day in the City of Hollywood. This year we celebrate the 5th Annual tradition of “Funtastic Friday Goes Green” in the City of Hollywood. What does it mean when “Funtastic Friday Goes GREEN”? You have all the wonderful family features of Funtastic Friday including the face painting, bounce houses, music, and food, plus: Environmental Exhibits, Outdoor Nature opportunities, School Environmental Clubs, Community Organizations, Community Garden Clubs, Recycling Exhibits, FREE plant and Tree give away courtesy of Home Depot and SO MUCH MORE! From 5-8 PM there will be FUN for the entire family with opportunities to learn a thing or two about our unique South Florida Environment. At 8PM there will be a FREE movie in our Amphitheatre “Over the Hedge” a computer animated comedy with an Environmental message for all of us. This year participants include: The City of Hollywood Green Team, SGISoka Gakkai International, Master Gardeners, Highland Gardens Community Garden, McNichol Middle School Environmental Club, Friends of the Anne Kolb Nature Center, John Lloyd State Park, The Energy Store, Progressive Waste – Recycling Exhibit, City of Hollywood Public Works Department, and many more. If you have a School Group, not for profit organization, Environmental Group, Kids Organization, Public Park, or a Nature Opportunity that can share an Environmental Message you are welcome to join in our mission. Please contact Barry Faske at 954-8168269 or email: bfaske@bellsouth.net Renowned teacher brings SHAKTI DANCE the YOGA of DANCE to South Florida Dharma Devi Kaur a recognized teacher living in Los Angeles is coming to South Florida the weekend of April 24-26 to share the powerful Shakti Dance: the Yoga of Dance. Dharma Devi is a lifelong yoga practitioner, Kundalini yoga teacher, dancer, spiritual teacher and healer. She was trained as a classical Indian dancer before training and becoming one of the lead trainers of Shakti Dance. She moved from Italy to Los Angeles in 2011, and facilitates classes, workshops and Teacher Training courses in the U.S. and Canada. She is the director of Shakti Dance Training program in the U.S. She will be introducing students to the Yoga of Dance, which is the fusion between the creativity of dance and the wisdom of yoga. It is inspired by Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan Master of Kundalini Yoga and has been founded by Sara Avtar Olivier from England. This is a new wave of blended exercise, yoga, dance and meditation hitting our shores as there are currently no certified teachers of Shakti Dance in Florida. “I’ve been waiting for this for such a long time!” says Carmen Garzon owner of The Goddess Store in Hollywood. Dharma Devi will be teaching at Synergy Yoga in Miami Beach on Saturday April 25, and The Goddess Store Dowtown Hollywood, Sunday, April 26. More locations are currently being booked on the tour. Students who would like to further their studies with Dharma Devi, can sign up for her 220hr Teacher Training starting in August at The Goddess Store. For more information or to enter to win workshop tickets, visit www. shaktidanceusa.com Shakti Dance class offered at the Goddess Store April 26 20th Annual Expo Alfresco set for April 8 at ArtsPark Funtastic Friday goes 'green' for Earth Day April 24 DOWNTOWN EVENTS 5th Annual Funtastic Friday Goes GREEN Friday April 24th ArtsPark at Young Circle Festivities Begin at 5PM Movie Screening at 8PM FREE for residents, visitors, and their families Celebrate s Earth Day & Arbor Day 2015 5th Annual Funtastic Friday Goes GREEN Join t he City of Hollywood Green Team and friends Friday April 24th , 201 5 ArtsPark at Young Circle FREE FUN FOR EVERYONE 5: 00 8: 00 PM Exhibits, Games, Music, and Free Trees & Plants 8:009:30 PM Free M ovie “Over the Hedge” in AmphitheatreFace Painting/ Music/ Games/ Environmental Exhibits/ Outdoor Nature Opportunities FREE Tree & Plant Giveaway (Courtesy of ) And SO MUCH MORE! 14

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Harry Kraft, Mary Kraft and their children Joshua and Elijah at the Hollywood Easter Egg Hunt. Jonathan Rios and his son Joel Rios at the Easter Egg Hunt at Boulevard Heights Community Center. Sasha Martinez, Christopher Taylor and their children Brianna Taylor and Jordan Taylor at the Hollywood Easter Egg Hunt. Families enjoy the Easter Bunny at thye Spring Marshmallow Drop. The City of Hollywood hosted the Spring Marshmallow Drop at Boulevard Heights Community Center. It was family event that included an Easter egg hunt for children and a chance to meet the Easter Bunny. There was a DJ, bounce house, free popcorn and other fun activities. Late in the afternoon, a helicopter dropped marshmallows. Hundreds of children ran onto the field where they were dropped and tried to collect as many marshmallows as they could. Children could win various prizes for turning in the marshmallows. Miss Hollywood USA Little Sister, Julia Gallagher. Miss Hollywood Teen USA, Victoria DiSorbo and Miss Southeast Florida, Brittany Lugo at the Hollywood Easter Egg Hunt. PHOTOS AND REPORTING BY DAVID VOLZ HOLLYWOOD IN F CUS 15

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Shenanigans Sports Pub has been family owned and operated for 22 years, feauring qualiy food, reasonable prices in a casual, sports pub atmosphere. They proudly serve the freshest qualiy products available. Their Burger is always cooked fresh to order, never frozen, feauring 8oz lean ground beef on a toasted kaiser roll lavishly served with french fries and homemade pasta salad starting at $8.99 with a wide variey of specialy burgers. Located in downtown Hollywood, J28 Sandwich Bar is a Peruvian inspired eatery serving fresh, all naural sandwiches on homemade bread, baked daily on site. J28 staf count amongst their favorite the “Chicharron” sandwich pork belly, sweet potato and pickled onions (picured) and the “Lomo Saltado”certified angus beef, red onions, tomatoes, finely chopped cilantro and chinese onions stir-fried served with golden potatoes. Accompany these dishes with a glass of refreshing “Chicha”, a popular native Peruvian drink made from purple corn (maiz morado), prepared daily and which recipe was passed on directly from owner’s grandma. Taco Beach Shack feaures fresh burritos, quesadillas and tacos hand-crafted with farm fresh vegetables, sustainable fish, chicken and meats.Rudy’s is located inside the historic Hollywood Beach Golf Resort. Rudy’s has created a cool litle place for locals, golfers and out of town guests. Rudy’s serves American inspired cuisine with warm hospitaliy in a spectacular seting. Every Friday Rudy’s feaures a delicious 7-herb crusted Prime Rib Dinner. Rudy’s serves lunch and dinner and breakfast on Saurdays and Sundays. The public is always welcome at Rudy’s and there’s always pleny of convenient and free parking! Shenanigans Sports Pub3303 Sheridan St. Hollywood, FL 33021 (954) 981-9702J28 Sandwich Bar1854 North Young Circle Hollywood, Florida 33020(754) 208-2902 www.j28sandwichbar.comTaco Beach Shack334 Arizona Street Hollywood, FL 33019 954-920-6523 www.tacobeachshack.com PAID ADVERTISEMENT Hollwoo Hot Hollwoo inLocal Dining ShowcaseRudy’s Pub & Restaurant1650 Johnson Street Hollywood, FL 33020 (954) 927-6040 ext 2 www.rudysofhollywood.com r frnf ttbfnf rtr fbrtrnb rfft tf brnffrtt bfrnr ff nff rntft rtrrf ftr ffff rrf rtf tr tb brrfttf f rf frfr nfrfttb bttr ffff tftrrt fb rnttnr tbf ftr ffbr rnrtfrf ft frfr ftrr rrb rffrrfrbrrrnrf rt brrf rn trt rtf ft fft ftt ntb frr rn‘trnr rfftt ttbfr rf tffrnf’““bf bt n” tnfrtbfrfrrnff ”tff•tfrf fttfrrf frnttfrfr frftrf bfnrfrfrbr–b nrrtnrfr trrn——bff brrrnf–r frfRivals Waterfront Sports GrilleDiplomat Landing 3460 South Ocean Dr. Hollywood, FL 33019 (954) 602-8347www.diplomatresort.com fb rrn f rr bffnf ttf ffrb bttfrn brff ffrf r tf btt nfrtfrf fttb tf fttftt ttntrffbrnf rr rbfbftr ftfrn— t f”rr trrrrr frrr ttbbtf rftbtr rrrfrrn f Shenanigans Sports Pub3303 Sheridan St. Hollywood, FL 33021 (954) 981-9702Rickey’s Restaurant & Lounge4799 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood 954-966-1429Latitudes2501 North Ocean Drive Hollywood, FL 33019 954-924-2202 www.latitudeshollywoodbeach.comPAID ADVERTISEMENT inLocal Dining ShowcaseSub City Subs & Salads4300 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, FL 33021 (954) 967-0444 www.subcitysubs.comRudy’s Pub & Restaurant1650 Johnson Street Hollywood, FL 33020 (954) 927-6040 ext 2 www.rudysofhollywood.com rffn www.hollywoodgazette.com 16

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McArthur High School Principal Todd LaPace received a greatly coveted award last month. He was named Florida Association of Student Councils Principal of the Year for 2014 – 2015. What makes this award so special is that Student Government Association leaders worked very hard to ensure that he received it. “I think that the students here appreciate the amazing culture we have at McArthur High School,” said LaPace. Student leadership is something that LaPace strongly encourages. He is proud that the number of student organizations at McArthur has increased from about 25 to more than 60 in a short time. “I want to see pride in leadership and there are many opportunities for students to become leaders at McArthur,” said LaPace. As a principal LaPace does not want to be someone that spends most of his day in an office. He wants to be in the halls and visiting classrooms getting to know teachers and students. He wants to be accessible and he insists on having an open door policy. LaPace wants students and faculty to be comfortable in approaching him if they have a concern or a goal they want to accomplish. “I believe in the teachers and students at McArthur. We have a dynamic staff here. I value my staff and I want to build strong relationships with people here. We have a great Student Government Association and we have students who are doing well,” said LaPace. McArthur High School Principal earns recognition BY DAVID VOLZ CORRESPONDENT dvolz@hollywoodgazette.com Hollywood 2029 Tyler St. Hollywood, FL 954.922.2252Plantation 700 SW 78th Ave., Ste 114 Plantation, FL 33324 954.478.0585like us on follow us on www.beautyofwax.com Indulgence that will reveal a smooth, glowing and hair free skin! Come try it... get a Full Brazilian and we will clean your Eyebrows and Lip for free!! (New Clients Only!) EXPIRES 05/31/15FREE EYEBROWS & LIP STRAWBERRIES CHAMPAGNEWAXNEW HG EXP 4/31/15*Offer excludes grooming, food and products COMPANION ANIMALS & EXOTICSRobert D.Schachner, DVMAnimal Medical Center & Bird Clinic of Hollywood 521 N. Federal Hwy Hollywood, FL Office hours by appointment (954) 920-2400 10% OFFVaccinations & Veterinary Services* Training & tech support for all Apple products & services Projects of all sizes and clients of all skill levels Shopping consult. and Mac upgrades50% OFFFIRST APPOINTMENT Regular rate: $50/hr. Hollywood customers only. CALL MIRIAM 754.777.8379Former Apple Genius Admin, trainer/manager 20

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Visitors to the Hollywood Police Open House stand next to a Bearcat vehicle. Those who came to the open house could see the Mobile Command Vehicle, SWAT static display, Mobile Patrol vehicle, gun range simulator and a K-9 – demonstration. People could take tours of the police building. They could also see the Crime Scene Unit and DUI unit. And there was a fitness challenge. Kelly Edwards of the Greater Hollywood JAYCEES and Jeanette Smith of Liberia and Social Development at Party with a Purpose. Greg Brunetto, a Hollywood Police Office next to a Bearcat. Members of the Hollywood Fire Department at the Open House Friday, March 27, 2015. Members of the Hollywood Run Club participated in the Half Marathon and 5K Race for Women's Wellness benefitting the Broward Health Coral Springs Lisa Boccard Breast Cancer Fund on the morning of March 28. Hollywood Commissioner Traci Callari with Hollywood Police officers at the Hollywood Police open house. HOLLYWOOD IN F CUS PHOTOS AND REPORTING BY DAVID VOLZ 21

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Members of the Hollywood Hills High School Marching Band Program in the St. Patrick's Day Parade. The South Broward High School Marching Band in the St. Patrick's Day Parade. The South Broward High School Marching Band in the St. Patrick's Day Parade. The McArthur High School Army JROTC before the St. Patrick's Day Parade. The Chaminade-Madonna baseball team is progressing well early in the season. Coach Mike Moss said the team has had an up and down season so far and that the team is young. Top players include Shane Stockman. He is a senior who plays centerfield and is batting .333. He has received interest from some small college baseball teams. Brenden Tuttle, a pitcher and designated hitter is also batting .333. Nick Izquierdo, a senior who plays first and third base is doing well and has received some interest from college baseball teams. Mike Callari is a strong pitcher who is playing well. USA Karate at Party on the J. HOLLYWOOD IN F CUS PHOTOS AND REPORTING BY DAVID VOLZ 22

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HOME & GARDEN BY MELINDA MYERS Get a jump on the growing season by starting your favorite or hard to find plants indoors from seeds. Starting hard to find plants, like many of the heirloom or newly introduced varieties, from seed may be the only way you will be able to add these to your garden. Plus, you’ll be extending the growing season and bringing the fun of gardening indoors. All you need is a little space, a few supplies and of course seeds to get started. Check the back of your seed packets for planting directions. Most recommend when and how to start seeds indoors as well as any other special care the seedlings will need. Purchase, recycle or make your own containers from newspaper. Sanitize used pots by dipping them in a one part bleach and nine parts water solution and then rinsing them with clean water. Fill the containers with a sterile well-drained potting mix or seed starting mix. Once the containers are filled, plant the seeds according to the seed packet directions. For most seeds, plant them twice their diameter deep and gently water. Continue to water often enough to keep the soil slightly moist. Extend the time between watering and increase your seed starting success by covering the container with plastic. Or purchase a seed starting kit, like the self-watering Growease seed starter kits. Move your containers to a sunny window as soon as the seedlings emerge from the soil. Turn plants often to encourage even growth. Or increase your success by growing seedlings under artificial lights. You can make your own light system or purchase tabletop, shelf units or easy to assemble light systems, like Stack-N-Grow (gardeners. com). Keep the lights four to six inches above the top of the seedlings for best results. As the seedlings grow, be sure to maintain this distance by simply raising the lights or lowering the containers. Move overcrowded seedlings to larger containers once they have two sets of true leaves. The first leaves that appear are rather indistinct and are called seed leaves. The next set of leaves look more like the mature plant’s leaves and are called true leaves. Once the next set of true leaves forms, it is time to transplant overcrowded seedlings. Use a fork or spoon to carefully lift out the seedling. Clusters of seedlings can be dug and carefully teased apart before planting in individual pots. Be careful not to pinch and damage the young tender stems. Place seedlings in their own clean container filled with moist sterile potting mix. Plant the young plants at the same depth they were growing in the original container. Thin seedlings started in individual containers as needed. If you planted several seeds in each small container remove all but the healthiest one. Prune the weaker seedlings to ground level, so the remaining seedling can develop into a strong transplant for the garden. 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ABOUT THE COVER Heidi Anderson's daughter Deanna was saved by an organ donor at the age of seven months old. Deanna suffered from a rare disorder called biliary atresia. Today, Deanna is 19 months old. She just celebrated one year since her transplant. Deanna's mother strives to spread awareness about the working donation and the gift of life which saved their daughter's life. "I would love to share our story with your newspaper not only to bring awareness but to show our dedication to the donor who we do not know however we wish to show many thanks to," said Heidi. For more information, visit the Facebook Page 'Deanna's Journey.' Hollywood Gazette's April Family of the Month: PHOTOS BY COURTNEY ORTIZ National Donate Life Month was established in 2003. Every day in April, people across the U.S. make a special effort to celebrate the tremendous generosity of those who have saved lives by becoming organ, tissue, marrow, and blood donors and to encourage more Americans to follow their fine example. Just one organ donor may save up to 8 lives through organ donation and enhance many others through tissue donation. Last year alone, organ donors made more than 28,000 transplants possible. Another one million people received cornea and other tissue transplants that helped them recover from trauma, bone damage, spinal injuries, burns, hearing impairment and vision loss. Unfortunately, thousands die every year waiting for a donor organ that never comes. You have the power to change that. Donate Life Florida is a non-profit 501(C)3 organization contracted by the State of Florida, Agency for Health Care Administration to create the state’s organ, tissue and eye donor registry. Donate Life Florida is dedicated to motivating Floridians to designate themselves as organ, tissue and eye donors, so lives are saved and enhanced through donation and transplantation. Donate Life Florida was established in 1997 by all Florida organ, tissue and eye donor programs in operation at the time under the name Florida Coalition on Donation. Among its signature programs is the awardwinning college campaign, Get Carded. Today, more than 5,200 patients listed at Florida transplant centers await life-saving organ transplants. Many of these individuals may get a second chance at life due to the generosity of those who designate themselves as organ, tissue and eye donors on Florida’s organ and tissue donor Registry. The Joshua Abbott Organ and Tissue Donor Registry was created in 2009 to allow Floridians an easy, user-friendly means of joining the state’s Registry. Floridians can join the Registry through www. donatelifeflorida.org, when renewing their driver license online, or when obtaining/ renewing their license at a local driver license office. You can also join the Registry by calling Donate Life Florida directly at 1-877-35-SHARE (1-877-357-4273) and requesting a registry form. Joshua Abbott was a lung transplant recipient who championed the cause of organ and tissue donation. To the legislature, he became the face of all those needing transplants. Josh became an organ transplant recipient at age 29 and an organ donor at age 30. He died in 2006, 11 months after receiving a double lung transplant due to complications from an illness. Josh had been critically ill for many years and nearly died before his transplant. If his wait for a transplant had been shorter, it is possible he would be alive and well today. Josh’s parents are champions for the cause of organ and tissue donation and work diligently to inform others about the desperate need for life saving transplants. If you already have “organ donor” on your driver license, you still are encouraged to join the new registry to ensure your previous designation is documented. Everyone, regardless of their age or medical condition, is urged to join the Joshua Abbott Organ and Tissue Donor Registry. At the time of death, medical professionals will determine a person's eligibility to become an organ, tissue and eye donor. Even cancer patients can potentially donate, and there are cases of organ donors in their mid-seventies and older. The identity of all parties is kept confidential. The donor family and the transplant recipient may receive such information as age, sex and state of residence. Individually, the recipient may be told the circumstances of death, and the donor's family may be informed of the transplants that were performed. They may also receive feedback on how the recipient’s health status has improved. You have the power to Donate Life. Sign up today to become an organ, tissue and eye donor. Joshua Abbott One organ donor can save eight lives and enhance up to 60 lives with tissue donation! Make the life-saving decision register today! www.donatelifeflorida.org April is National Donate Life Month Deanna with her father Eric Anderson. Deanna with her big brothers Christian Salas (left), and Matthew Anderson 25

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Parents and guardians can submit applications for Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) Head Start/ Early Head Start programs during the following open enrollment windows: April 6 – 18, 2015 The BCPS Head Start/Early Head Start Program serves threeand four-year-old children, and offers a full school day of educational enrichment activities with research proven curriculum focusing on the development of the whole child. In addition, Head Start and Early Head Start services include dental, health, nutrition, mental health and family support. The Early Head Start Program also provides services to pregnant women, infants and toddlers. To apply, families must meet the income eligibility requirements, as determined by the Department of Health & Human Services 2015 Poverty Guidelines. Families of children with disabilities are encouraged to apply. To complete an application, parents or guardians must provide the following documentation: Proof of age (child's original birth certificate or passport) Child's Medicaid card (if eligible) Proof of guardianship (if applicable) Parent photo identification Proof of all household income for the past 12 months (income is defined as the total money earned or received before deductions for all family members) Proof of residence in Broward County For more information, contact the BCPS Head Start/Early Head Start Program at 754-321-1961 or visit, http:/ece.browardschools.com. Jennifer Ann Love PUBLISHER jennifer@hollywoodgazette.comBarbara Pellicano-Tisi ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTORbarbara@hollywoodgazette.comTammy Soffer | CORRESPONDENT tammy@hollywoodgazette.comDavid Volz | CORRESPONDENT david@hollywoodgazette.comCaron Conway | CORRESPONDENT caron@hollywoodgazette.comTori Bertran | OPED COLUMNISTtori@hollywoodgazette.comCourtney Butterworth | CORRESPONDENT Sherry Thien | CALENDAR EDITOR Courtney Ortiz | COVER PHOTOGRAPHER Tom Olsen | PHOTOGRAPHER Denise Nieves | CONTROLLERHollywood Gazette Copyright 2015. All rights reserved. The entire contents of the publication shall be the property of Hollywood Gazette. No parts hereof may be reproduced without prior written consent of the publisher. Hollywood Gazette is not liable for errors appearing in advertisements beyond the cost of the space occupied by the error. The views and opinions expressed by our advertisers and columnists do not necessarily reflect those of the Hollywood Gazette. Established in 2001, Hollywood Gazette is Hollywood’s only free, independent, community newsmagazine mailed to Hollywood residents and available at locations throughout Hollywood, Florida. For more information, call 954-962-8180. to sign up for weekly news & eventsTEXTGAZETTETO 42828 www.hollywoodgazette.com SCHOOL NEWS Give a LittleTENDERNESS Perfect GiftsGUARANTEED PLUS, 4 More Burgers FREE! to every shipping address in your order from this ad. Call 1-800-255-4523 and ask for 49377VFJ or visit www.OmahaSteaks.com/holiday62 Send our world-famous, exquisitely tender Omaha Steaks Filet Mignons, Top Sirloins and more. 100% Guaranteed and delivered right to their door, save 69% when you order The Favorite Gift.The Favorite GiftReg $1 64.00 | N o w Only ....49377VFJ2 (5 oz.) Filet Mignons 2 (5 oz.) Top Sirloins 4 (4 oz.) Boneless Pork Chops 4 (4 oz.) Omaha Steaks Burgers 4 Stu ed Baked Potatoes 4 Caramel Apple TartletsLimit 2 pkgs. at this price. Your 4 free burgers will be included to each shipping address that includes The Favorite Gift 49377. Limit of 1 free box of 4 (4 oz.) Burgers per in-store purchase and/or per shipment. Standard S&H will be added per address. Not valid with other o ers. Expires 12/31/14. 14 OCG | 411B120 | Omaha Steaks, Inc. 4 99 9$ Enrollment window for BCPS Head Start Programs open from April 6-1828

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Broward County Commissioners are urging Florida state legislators to reject all bills that would allow guns and other weapons on college campuses. The resolution adopted today opposes Florida Senate Bill 176 and House Bill 4005, which would allow anyone with a concealed weapons permit to bring concealed weapons on to college campuses. Commissioner Stacy Ritter brought the issue forward. "These bills defy logic. This seems so egregious that I wanted us to vote publicly on this and I would like the Florida Association of Counties to take a stand on this as well," said Commissioner Ritter. The resolution was passed by commissioners last month on an eight to one vote with Commissioner Chip LaMarca voting against the item. "Our Second Amendment rights must be protected and preserved at all levels of government. I support the right of law abiding citizens to keep and bear arms as their constitutional right. We must enforce the current gun laws and work to change the culture of v iolence so that we do not have more tragedies in our communities such as those occurred at Florida State University and Virginia Tech." The resolution notes that the Board of Governors of Florida's State University System and all police chiefs of twelve state universities have issued joint statements opposing the bills. Former Florida senator and current Florida State University President John Thrasher also opposes guns on campuses. "Mr. Thrasher and I may be on opposite ends of the political spectrum, but on this we agree. He opposed this while serving on the senate and now as FSU President," said Commissioner Ritter. The resolution refers to the Virginia Tech shooting in 2007 that killed 27 students and five professors, wounding 17 others and the 2014 Florida State University shooting where three people were shot a campus library before the gunman was killed by police. Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel and Fort Lauderdale Police Chief Franklin Adderley are also named in the resolution as opponents of concealed weapons on college campuses. Florida is one of twenty states that ban carrying concealed weapons on college campuses. Other states banning the practice are California, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Wyoming. Passage of the resolution directs the County Administrator to notify the Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives, the President of the Florida Senate, the Broward Legislative Delegation, the Florida League of Cities and all Broward cities of the Board's action. The Broward Commission also voted to notify the Florida Association Counties. Broward Passes Resolution Opposing Concealed Weapons on College Campuses EDUCATION 30

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ODD DUCK BAZAAR SA T. & SU N., AP R IL 11 & 12, NOO N 6PM FRED LIPPMAN MULTI-PURPOSE CENTER 2030 POLK STREET, DOWNTOWN HOLLYWOODAnnual 2-day, indoor, indie craft show complete with handmades, collectibles, live art & refreshments. More than 60 artists from near & far. F irst 50 guests receive a complimentary swag bag full of goodies each day! Admission $5 (children under 12 free) WWW.ODDDUCKBAZAAR.CO M r f n t b f r f f r r f r r f f n t b b b b r f n t b n t n f n t n f n t n f f n t f n f f t t f n f t n n n f t f f f n f f f t f n t f n f f t f f n t n f ‘ ’ “ ‘ ’ “ b n b b n b b n ” f f n n n t f n t t t f f f f n t n f f n t f n f t f n f n n t n n t t n n f f t f f f f f f t f n f n n n n n t f ” f n n t f f t n f n n f n n ‘ n f ’ • rrfnt br rffntb 31

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Joan's Florist at Party on the J. Hollywood Rotary Club at Party on the J. The winner of the Recycled Art Contest, Sarah Anselme, a 12th grader at South Broward High School flanked by Gordon Connell, executive director of the Marine Industry Cares Foundation, and Colleen Deverteuil, a board member with the Marine Industries Association of South Florida. Volunteers collect trash at the Ann Kolb Nature Center as part of the Broward Waterway Cleanup. PHOTO COURTESY OF THE MARINE INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION. Hollywood Community Leaders at March 11 Party with a Purpose at the Greek Joint. Barbara Candelmo was the Hollywood St.Patrick's Day Parade co-Grand Marshal. She is 91 and a long time participant in Hollywood activities. Hollywood Mayor Peter Bober on the Commission float. HOLLYWOOD IN F CUS PHOTOS AND REPORTING BY DAVID VOLZ 32

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East Hollywood Medical Associates, Inc.EAST HOLLYWOOD MEDICAL ASSOCIATES, INC.2219 Hollywood Blvd. Suite 101 Hollywood, FL 33020 Quality Private Doctor in your Neighborhood Specializing in Geriatrics and Internal Medicine. We have been serving the Hollywood/Hallandale area for 26 Years! Our Patients are alway seen by their assigned Physician.We speak English & Spanish! (954) 926-2900 Come by and see us at our NEW LOCATION! WE MOVED! ACROSS THE STREET Please note new address baby of the month Benjamin is a heart baby with successful surgeries. 11 months now. Grateful love bug. His nicknames are BB King and Potato. He has 17 cousins. Here he is dressed as Elvis at a bounce house. Submitted by Manya WANT YOUR BABY TO BE “BABY OF THE MONTH”? Benjamin Upload your photo online at www.hollywoodgazette.com under the “SUBMIT PHOTO” top menu STAY UP TO DATE ON EVERYTHING HOLLYWOOD NEWS EVENTS SPECIAL ANNOUNCMENTS DELIVERED WEEKLY TO YOUR EMAIL TEXT ‘GAZETTE’ TO 42828 954 WWW.HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM Weekly, Bi-Weekly & Occasional Services All Housekeepers are Background Checked Private Housekeeper Rates with Agency Back-up Coverage954-735-5330 WWW.ANNASHOUSEKEEPING.COM HOUSEKEEPING WITH INTEGRITY Anna’s HousekeepingServicing Florida since 1991 ONLY $ 68 REGULAR HOUSE CLEANING Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) will begin offering Universal (free) Breakfast to all BCPS students, as part of its National Nutrition Month Celebration, starting Monday, March 16, 2015, through the end of the 2014/15 school year. School breakfast provides the necessary energy to start a day of learning and achievement, providing 25 percent of the recommended daily allowance of protein, calcium, iron, vitamins A and C, and calories as well as meeting the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Dietary Guidelines for Americans. “With breakfast playing such a critical role in student achievement, we are proud that the District is able to now serve breakfast to all of our students, each school day, at no charge,” said Superintendent Robert W. Runcie. Breakfast is served before the start of the school day. Parents should contact their child’s school to confirm the time breakfast is served each day. BCPS Expands Daily Universal Breakfast Program to All District Schools 34

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Buying or Selling?Excellent SQ Footage, IMPACT GLASS THROUGHOUT, custom kitchen with granite countertops, exquisite cabinets, Stainless Steel JennAir Appliances, beautiful Oak oors throughout front area of home, Master Bathroom redone with Granite Counter tops & high ceiling, huge back living area that opens out to gigantic screened patio fantastic for large gathering & parties, newer S Tile roof! 1623 Johnson St. Great investment property across from the Hollywood Golf Course. This 3/2 has a great backyard with private access. Close to shopping, transportation and the beach. Please give us a call to show. henryteam@bellsouth.netJoan Henry954-849-4936Robert Henry954-260-7531 COMPLETELY REMODELED 3 BEDROOM 2 BATHROOM HOME IN E. HOLLYWOOD 1532 FLETCHER ST. FANTASTIC VALUE1623 JOHNSON ST. HOLLYWOODLinda cell: 954-559-1680 Elaine cell: 954-629-9105 www.Floridamoves.com/linda.rose www.Floridamoves.com/elaine.hedleston OVER 100 YEARS OF BRINGING BUYERS AND SELLERS TOGETHER! 3319 SHERIDAN STREET HOLLYWOOD, FL 33021 | WWW.FLORIDAMOVES.COM/HOLLYWOOD TOWNHOUSES OF EMERALD HILLS Bernard Shapiro954-830-3275 www.bernardshapiro.com bershapiro@aol.com Call the multimillion dollar producers! Call Joan and Robert for price and more details! Linda Rose/ Elaine Hedleston Team LIST & SELL Call us today for Market evaluation of your home! Call Us Today! Exquisite East Hollywood home just a few steps to Hollywood Beach. Brazilian cherry wood oors throughout 1st oor of home, gorgeous marble ooring in entry area, custom oak oors throughout upstairs, completely remodeled eat-in kitchen with corian countertops, custom european redwood cabinets, kitchenaid stainless steel appliances with a double oven. New impact glass doors downstairs, wet bar in living area, high ceilings thoughout, huge master suite, enormous pool(20x40), tiki hut with granite counter tops Whether you are thinking of selling your home, or ready to purchase a new property, the Miccio Team is here to help you navigate through this ever-changing real estate market. We will also be happy to provide you with a free market analysis. Give us a call today!henryteam@bellsouth.netCall the multimillion dollar producers!Joan Henry954-849-4936Robert Henry954-260-7531Ray & Lucy MiccioThe Preferred Team!954.270.2163 Direct micciol@comcast.net FABULOUS HOLLYWOOD LAKES POOL HOME WITH 2 CAR GARAGE ON HOLLYWOOD BLVDRAY & LUCY MICCIO Call us today for all your real estate needs! Ellen Wrubel954-966-7734 ellen.wrubel@ oridamoves.com GOLDEN ISLESRarely available 2/2 totally remodeled with spectacular southern views from all rooms; Views of the ocean, Intracoastal, Golden Beach with million dollar homes & Aventura.New baths. Kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Lots of closets. New central AC. Boat slips available, covered parking, pool overlooking intracoastal and sauna. Close to beach, shops, restaurants, Mardi Gras and Gulfstream. $289,900 Linda cell: 954-559-1680 Elaine cell: 954-629-9105 www.Floridamoves.com/linda.rose www.Floridamoves.com/elaine.hedleston Over 100 years of Bringing Buyers and Sellers Together! www.floridamoves.com/hollywood 3319 Sheridan Street| Hollywood, FL 33021 “GREENS OF EMERALD HILLS“ POOL HOMEEnjoy this beautiful home located in the ”Greens of Emerald Hills”, a gated complex. This spacious pool home is a 3 bed 2.5 bath with a 2 car garage and fenced yard with room for garden. Home has vaulted ceiling with sky light, views of pool and patio from open dining and living area with replace. Enjoy family room, upgraded kitchen, tile, large bedrooms, walkin closets. Short ride to shopping, I95, airport and beach. Bernard Shapiro954-830-3275 www.bernardshapiro.com INTRACOASTAL VIEW BEAUTY NEW LISTING 2075 Sf, huge balcony with wide overhang. Day and night views are outstanding. $660,000. Also for rent: $3500 mo. Furnished. AQUARIUS! NEW LISTING Pretty 1 bed, 2 ba. Lovely ocean views from all rooms. High oor. $335,000. RENAISSANCE ON THE OCEAN!Call Joan and Robert for Price and more details! Just Listed! 3 bed, 2bath. Large corner lot. Excellent schools, near I-95 and Turnpike. Minutes to beach. $239,000.603 N. 31st Ct. Hollywood, FLPeter Cowan954.243.5003peter.cowan4@gmail.comORANGEBROOKIt’s an excellent time to list your home. Call Pete now for a FREE market analysis. JUST LISTEDKaren MeyerRealtor on Fire954.445.6007goldie4sure@aol.com 3/3 Pool! 2,000 sq. feet. Open layout, great for entertaining. Just reduced. $259,000.811 N. 32nd Ct. Hollywood, FL POOL Linda Rose/ Elaine Hedleston Team AquariusStunning View AquariusStunning View AquariusStunning View Don’t miss this one! Just Listed200 LESLIE INTRACOASTAL CONDO AT OCEANVIEW Outstanding New Listing! Wake up to sunshine and water views from all rooms in this completely updated, spacious 2/2. Gorgeous common areas. Assessment paid. $415,000. #607 S: Direct ocean 2/2. $750,000. SOLD PH2 N: Intracoastal /Ocean 3/2.5. $1300,000. SOLD #706 S: Direct Ocean 2/2 +Den. Rental. $4700 mo. AVAILABLE Ray & Lucy MiccioThe Preferred Team!954.270.2163 Direct micciol@comcast.netPeter Cowan 954.243.5003peter.cowan4@gmail.com SPACIOUS HOLLYWOOD HILLS POOL HOMEORANGEBROOK GOLF ESTATESCall us today for all your real estate needs! Call for FREE Market Analysis. In Real Estate Since Year 1 NEW LISTING JUST LISTED!3 Bed/2 Bath Pool Home In Hollywood Hills, 2-Car Garage, Lovely Patio, Hurricane Shutters And/ Or Impact Windows; New Washer/Dryer, Home Warranty. Super Covenient To Houses Of Worship, Transporation, Shopping, Schools, Beach, Hard Rock, Come See! Offered At $324,900 Spotless 3 bedroom 2 bath Desirable Hollywood location Huge fenced back yard! Excellent Schools Minutes to beach $269,000 3212 Pierce St. Hollywood, Fl 33021 Excellent time to list your home if thinking of selling.Karen MeyerRealtor on Fire954.445.6007goldie4sure@aol.com 25 years of experience! Spacious 4 BR/3 BA pool home with large rooms, newer roof, pool, paver driveway and 2CG. Asking $474,900 Custom entertainer’s delight with almost 4,000 square feet! 4 BR, Heated Pool, 2CG and more! EMERALD HILLS LAKES OF EMERALD HILLS PENDING SALE! JUST SOLD!Hollywood's #1 AgentBeautiful spacious townhouse in the Lakes of Emerald Hills. 3 Bedroom 2,5 baths. Front and rear fenced patios. Enjoy main level with kitchen, family room, dining area and living room and 1.5 Bath. 2nd oor 3 bedrooms 2 baths,balcony off master. Complex features, park, playground. Walking or jogging, biking, pools.Close to airport, major highways, shopping. Short ride to beach. Offered at $235,900.RENAISSANCE ON THE OCEAN