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SVolume III, Number 7 Pensacola Beach, Florida August 1, 2007

Racing for the Roses

Would a race by any other name sail as sweet as the Race for the Roses? The Pensacola Beach Yacht Club Race Committee makes final plans
for the twentieth annual all-female regatta set to sail Saturday, August 4 in Santa Rosa Sound. Steering this year's race are (L to R): Karen
Kriegel, Race Chairperson and Founder Ellen Hunt, Mike Blanda, Rita Finkbone, Julie Connerley and Glenna Sirmans. Karen, Ellen and Julie
have been active each year for the last two decades of racing for the roses. Committee members not in photo Rachael Gillette and Carol
Robison. More on the Race, see Page 2.

Ladies Rule The Waves in Twenty Year History of Race for the Roses

Twenty years ago, sailing
regattas featuring all female
crews were few and far be-
tween. Sailing was a man's
world, and locally even the
Pensacola Navy Yacht Club's
Bikini Regatta called for just
half of the crew to be female,
with a woman skipper at the
Pensacola Beach Yacht
Club's Race for the Roses, cel-
ebrating twenty years with this
August 4 race, is a spin off of
the Bikini Regatta
"The Race for the Roses is
a spin off from that Navy re-
gatta," said Ellen Hunt, mem-
ber of the PBYC and founder
of the race.
The Race for the Roses

made its debut in 1988 with all
women crews No men al-
"In a way, men were al-
lowed to participate," said vet-
eran sailor, Kim Kammski, who
recalled the first race "Without
the male boat owners, the race
just wouldn't be happening,
since most of the lady sailors
don't own boats," Kim added.
Kim sailed on Ken
Branch's boat, Baby Please.
Kim, who has skippered a
boat in every year's race, re-
membered the first numbers.
"Most of the boats in the race
were owned by husbands and
friends, but the women on
board ruled the waves," she

"We had ten boats in the
first race," Ellen said "They
were not all local boats Susan
Kurzweg came over from Mo-
bile and kicked butt "
Before that first race, com-
mittee members went around
asking florists for donations of
roses which would be awarded
to the race winners, a tradition
which has continued every
Ellen recalls all sorts of ups
and downs during the last
twenty years, but the tenth an-
niversary race stands out in her
"On the tenth anniversary
of Roses, my husband and some
of my crew members' husbands
dressed up in bikinis and wigs

Fill 'Er Up Boat Fuel Delivery Declared Legal

The Santa Rosa Island Au-
thority Development andLeasing
Committee determined that the
trucks which are delivering fuel
to boats docked in beach mari-
nas are doing nothing illegal. Dis-
cussion on this item came up at
their July 26 meeting and after
checking with their environmen-
tal consultant, Bart Warner,
Cerex, determined the practice is
legal and the master leaseholder
is not inviolation by allowing the
trucks on their properties.
Buck Lee, general manager,
said, "This is akin to an off is-
land delivery service bringing
such items as restaurant supplies
or pizza delivery"
The matter had been intro-
duced to the committee as ahaz-
ard to the environment, and also
taking away revenue from the
SRIA since they did not pay per-
centages like the local fuel docks.
Ed Guernsey moved to take the
item off their agenda which
passed unanimously
After listening to half a
dozen speakers voice their objec-
tions to the rebuilding of two
units at Regency Cabanas, the
Development and Leasing com-
mittee decided the problem war-
ranted further study
Resident Stephanie Bradford
addressed the committee about
her concern for the safety of
people going to the beach since
the driveway and beach access in-
tersected at an angle which
blocked the driver's view.
"I would like to see more in-
formation regarding the size of
the common area which is being
built on. I would like the safety
issue to be more specifically ad-

dressed I would like to see more
research onthis," Vernon Prather,
committee member said
TheAdministrative Commit-
tee discussedthe funding request
from the Krewe of Wrecks to help
defray parade expenses for 2008.
Jeff Goudey, spokesman for the
Mardi Gras krewe was hospital-
ized in Biloxi, so the committee
was unable to get the information
it needs before acting on the re-
quest The SRIA staff originally
recommended that $10,000 be
budgeted, butthe 2008 projected
budget has $20,000 set aside for
Mardi Gras which would fund
approximately two-thirds of pa-
rade expenses. The item remains
m committee, pending additional
information from the Krewe.
TheAdministrative Commit-
tee gave The Dock until August
8 to remove their deck whichwas
built off leasehold property and
they will have until October 31
to complete a variance requestto
build the deck in front of the
Finally, the financial report
for May byNita Omley, Finance
Department Manager, reflected a
6 3 percent increase above ex-
pected revenues.
After the committee meet-
ings, the Board met in a budget
workshop. Budget workshops are
scheduled for August 8 and Au-
gust 22 with a special Board
Meeting called on August 22 to
give final approval before the
budget goes to Escambia County
on September 1.
Mary Bolman and Missy
Sellers, who left their SRIA po-
sitions after many years of ser-
vice on July 27, were recognized

and thanked for their work
Board member John Pea-
cock thanked the staff for the ex-
cellent job of hosting the Blue
Angels "Last weekend was fan-
tastic," he said.
Ed Guernsey asked that
someone adjust the hour hand on
the clock facing the dais because
it was driving him crazy Matt
Mooneyham, Environmental and
Developmental Services Depart-
ment manager, saidhe wouldtake
care of it With that the meeting
The next meeting at the Au-
thority office, will be the full
board at 5 p.m. on Wednesday,
August 8 The regular meeting
will be followed by the Budget
Workshop All meetings are open
to the public.

to protest their exclusion from would be financed, and where
the race They looked so funny the boats would come from
I had no idea they The ladies mi-
were going to do raculously over-
that," Ellen said. came these ob-
Actually, stacles.
Ellen missed the Last chance
first race herself registration will
because of a be this Friday
couple of males evening from 5 to
her twin sons 7 15 p.m. and
whose arrival was check in for the
scheduled for that PHRF and One
year. Design, will be
The Race for followed by a
the Roses attracts Skipper's Meeting
skippers who bring and competitors
a number of differ- party Races will
ent designs and begin at 11 55
size boats to the am on Saturday,
competition Karen Kriegel accepts the August 4. Trophy
"The boats are traditional rose bouquet presentation, din-
award at the first Race for the
all sizes and de- Rse gatta o Pensacola ner and music by
signs, but the boats Beach. Karen, who will race a live band will
are rated They thisweekend, skippered the follow the race at
have a handicap," Sand Pebble into second Pensacola Beach
Ellen explained. place in 1988. Yacht Club.
The number of boats en- Ellen Hunt summed up the
tered over the years has grown event, "I can't believe the Race
and the increase, especially in for the Roses has become such
the spinnaker division reflects an important part of the com-
the greater skills now of the munity. We have so many
lady skippers and crew. people who have donated to us
"We are expecting fifteen this year to make sure the race
monohull boats and eight little is a success Without them we
boats this year," Ellen said wouldn't have such an elegant
"Entries are from Florida, Loul- race. All of us girls really do
siana, and Alabama." love them "
From the very beginning, So, the Race for the Roses,
the Pensacola Beach Yacht started with no funds and no
Club has been supportive of the boats twenty years ago, and
Race for the Roses Glen through the grit of its founding
Windham, who was the com- female sailors, has become a
modore during the first year of premier event in the sailing
the race said he was behind the world. The "Best Little Yacht
idea, but wondered how it Club on the Gulf Coast" is
proud of their lady skippers

People, People, Everywhere for Blue Angels Air Show
Ifyou didn'thave time to run passengers, you do the math This Island Authority maintenance
around and count the number of doesn't include the hundreds of crews are to be commended for
guests onPensacolaBeachduring boats anchored mthe Gulf, Little their work taking care of this
the Blue Angels weekendRichard Sabine Bay and on Santa Rosa crowd
Butler, manager of the Bob Sikes Sound Anddon'tforgettheBeach On Sunday morning, the vis-
Toll Facility, can give you some residents, and cyclists The torswereallsafelyhomeormtheir
help Here are the numbers Escambia County deputies, the hotelrooms,andmiraculouslythe
Wednesday, July 18: 14811 Pensacola Beach Public Safety SRIA crews had removed all the
Thursday, July 19: 16564 Department and the Santa Rosa trash
Friday, July 20: 19211 Thebeachwasbacktonormal
Saturday, July 21: 21930
That's only the automobiles
AccordmgtoBuckLee, Santa IJLAND TIMEI
Rosa Island Authority general Published every other Wednesday
manager, Saturday's toll booth JANE WATERS COOPERPn BLISHER
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Island Times

Auaust 1, 2007

Island Times PAGE 3

Barefoot on the Beach

Pensacola Beach history
has been lying hidden in a car
trunk for the last nine years.
Not on purpose. It just sort of
happened. The story begins
with an ending when Karen
Bryant, then the publisher of
The Islander Newspaper, de-
cided to hang it up, to get out
of the newspaper business.
In the process of emptying
the office, she took six bound
volumes of The Islander to the
trunk of hercar. She then drove
home, parked the car in the ga-
rage, bought a new car and
never drove the old car again.
So, there it sat with its treasure
in the trunk for nine years. Afew
weeks ago, Karen's husband,
Bobby, suggested that they
might want to sell the car since
no one had driven it for all those
years. That's when she discov-
ered the newspapers. She called
Shelley and graciously offered
them to her. Shelley, in turn,
brought them to me. I have in
my possession many copies of
the old Islander tab from 1979
to 1991, and now, unexpectedly,
a collection of all the issues of
the broadsheet from 1992 to
1998. My cup runneth over.
Would you like to know what
was happening in July of 1992
on Pensacola Beach?
Some stories bear an eerie
resemblance to today's stories.
The Fourth of July Fireworks
were firing and the Blue Angels
were flying. And, would you
believe the County was plan-
ning to ask the Legislature to

amend the Constitution to allow
ad valorem taxes to be assessed
on Pensacola Beach? SRIA
board member Chet Christie
took a hard look at that and
questioned Commissioner
Steve Del Gallo at length. The
Legislature did not act on the
Commission's request and the
tax story is back again, to haunt
us one more time.
On the other hand, one of
the hottest stories is probably
lost forever. We inherited the
UFO phenomenon when the
Gulf Breeze Sentinel was sold.
Our alien connection, Bland
Pugh, reported on July 18 that
the UFO had appeared that
week and a television crew from
Jacksonville was absolutely
"blown away" as they filmed
the familiar UFO which ap-
peared almost nightly over the
friendly skies of Gulf Breeze and
Pensacola Beach.
That same summer was the
beginning of the County's es-
calation of toll bridge fees.
Single car fees went from thirty-
five to seventy-five and resi-
dents' passes doubled from $5
to $10, marking the upward spi-
raling of fees which are still up-
ward spiraling.
We always tucked a few
outrageous items in our col-
umns like Tommy Grice's Fourth
of July Watermelon Suck Off.
We always considered that
event a little on the wild side,
but it was a Beach landmark
party, drawing hundreds of fans
to Tommy's Via de Luna home.

(Well, mostly to the carport and
front yard.)
There is the news from the
forever incumbent Mayor of
Pensacola Beach, then, as now,
Bob Merriman, whose office
was a chair in the sand. He met
with his constituents, bikini
clad ladies, every day. And, he
is still meeting with his con-
stituents, a new generation of
bikini clad ladies.
Two of the most widely
read columns were People and
Les Anderson's Last Week's
Weather. Fortunately, People
has filtered down to the Island
Times, but the witty weather-
man has passed away and his
column went with him.
The ads back then were a
source of information on their
own. Kevin Evans announced
that the band, Quiet Riot, would

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be playing at Kevin's en la Playa
on July 22.
If you wanted to buy a
condo, realtors were advertis-
ing a plentiful inventory, start-
ing as low as $39,900. You could
even buy a hotel room, accord-
ing to an ad from JME Realtors.
Pre-construction prices on the
Clarion Suites were $69,900.
And there was never a hassle
over the room definition. The
area was 405 square feet and
owners could occupy the suite
fora total of only two weeks per
Hundreds of beach people
paraded through those newspa-
per pages, doing some conven-
tional things and doing some
highly unconventional things.
Our reader always seemedto like
the weird, far out stuff best.
Vacationers would often

Beach Church Hosts Free BBQ

It's time again to celebrate
with an old fashioned cook-
out sponsored by the
Pensacola Beach Community
Church, Saturday, August 4
from 5 to 8 p.m.
Hamburgers, hot dogs, and
all the fixins will be prepared by
Church chefs, according to
Gordon Paulus, Beach Church
Deacon and cookout organizer.

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Live Maine Lobster

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"There will also be a
waterslide for children and
those young at heart, so bring
your swimsuits," Gordon said.
The food is free. The fun is
free. The socializing is free and
everyone is invited.
The Beach Church is lo-
cated at Via de Luna and
Avenida 18. For more informa-
tion call 932-6628.

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write or call to say they wished
they lived on Pensacola Beach
and could be just like us. Many
of them lived vicariously
through the contents of the
subscription newspaper.
Every word we wrote was
wrapped with care. We made a
solemn promise that The Is-
lander would be a purveyor of
laughter, and good times. The
Islander belonged to the Beach
people. Sometimes we were able
to make ordinary people look
extraordinary. Which they truly
were and are.
The heritage continues in
the Island Times.
But for now, I am happy as
a bumble bee, reading old Is-
landers. Old stories, old news
bringing back cherished memo-
Thanks, Karen.

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The GulfBreeze SixandUn-
der State Champion baseball team
won their first game m the Dizzy
DeanWorld Series in Georgia, July
19 They finished in the top 12out
of 46 teams who competed in the
regionaltournament Players from
the Beach are Cayson McCurdy,
Clay Clifton, and Steele Chambers.
Proud dad Todd McCurdy saidthe
players did a great job and even
the losses were good games.
Beach residents Marta and
Ricky Ray celebrated their thirty-
third wedding anniversary last
week by taking a trip to New Or-
leans. Marta is the sales manager
at the Pensacola Beach Resort
Starfish Holk and Kylie
Finkbone, Pensacola Beach
School friends, are having a won-
derful summer according to
Starfish's mom, Amy Martin They
are into everything the Beach has
to offer for fun including Tuesday
NightBands on the Beach.
Queens of the Krewe of
Nauga are planning so many par-
ties that they have to now hold a
party to plan the next event, ac-
cording to Queens I and II, Danah
and Gwen Gibson They have
scheduled a dinner at Karen
Cook's beach condo, to make
plans for a trip to Georgia to attend

the Apple Festival in October.
Barbara Grice, Clarion Hotel
Manager, has been elected presi-
dent of the Board of Directors of
the Pensacola Humane Society.
Parker Sperry whose photo
was m the July 18 Island Times
fishing column, won't miss any
fishing pier action His mom is
sending him a copy of the Island
Times while he is in summer
school at FSU in Tallahassee.
Harry and Liz Hewson and
their son, Harry IV, spent Blue
Angels Week visiting family and
friends mPensacola, Gulf Breeze,
and on Pensacola Beach They
have returnedhome to Havelock,
N C Liz, who grew up on
Pensacola Beach, is an Island
Times columnist and Harry is the
program manager of the Marine
Corps H-46 helicopter program
at Cherry Point.
The Lunch Bunch continues
to celebrate the birthdays of chil-
dren in foster care BeachRealtor
DeeDee Pugh and Julia Andersen
hosted the July event which fea-
tured pony rides, clowns, cotton
candy and birthday cake
Steve and Tricia Smith and
their children, Tiemey and Gage,
have made their way backto their

home town They have been liv-
ing m Virginia, Oklahoma, and
Nebraska and now will reside in
paradise, Pensacola Beach
Longtime beach resident,
Edwina Speirs is home and recov-
ering from surgery. Her son, Steve
took her for a car ride as her first
post hospital outing.
George Weisnicht, the
youngest son of long time
Beach residents Bill and Maria
Welsnicht, boarded a plane last
week headed for Greece George
is attending the Ionian Village
Summer Camp, sponsored by
the Greek Orthodox Church, in
the small village of Bartholomlo.
He will return in time to begin
tenth grade at Gulf Breeze High
Toni Antal and Pandora de
Balthazar are hosting in interna-
tional group of guests on the is-
land this month. Kati Peterne
Antal andLajos Csizmadia, Tom's
mom and grandpa, kicked off
their vacation at the Blue Angels
air show They plan to tour the
eastern United States before re-
turning home to Budapest

There were a multitude of
answers to our last trivia ques-
tion, and a surprising number of
Blue Angels Air Show experts
who knew at least two of them
The winner, firstwithtwo correct
answers in the email, was Darla
Permenter The question was,
"The formations the Blue Angels
fly all have names, can you lden-
tify two of them ?" Darla wins the
t-shirt by sending the correct an-
swers, Dirty Roll and Split S
Dave Wheeler was runner up
with The Diamond and Echelon
Parade Joe Kracheck, slipped
from his second place finish July
4tothird this time. He isstill send-
ing correct answers like Four

Plane DiamondFormation and Six
Plane Delta Formation.
If you are the first to email
the correct answer to the follow-
ing question, you, too, will win
an Island Times t-shirt. "A few
years ago, there were two fire
chiefs who served Pensacola
Beach. The first chiefs name
ended in "elli" and the other one
ended in "ski Can you remem-
bertheir full names, first and last?
Rules are the same. T-shirt
for the first correct answer sent
to islandtimes@bellsouth.net
Email your answer with "Trivia"
in the subject line before 5 p m
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A 20Islnd Times PAGE 5

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Remember when you were a
kid and on a beautiful summer
night the whole family would
pack up and head to the local
drive in? Whether you have that
memory or not---Fun Coast Pro-
motions, Mediacom, Soft Rock
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Times are bringing Free Friday
Flicks back to Pensacola Beach
to create that scenario for people
living along the Gulf Coast
Free Friday Night Fhcks will
take place at the Gulfside Pavil-
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Pier The event will turn the Pa-
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and show family movies for five
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Attendees can bring their
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for children and their families. It
is imperative the community looks
forward to our events," says
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This has been the most in-
credible July during my twenty-
plus years here I've said before
that we are lucky people, but its
beyond that we are truly
blessed! We've had the most
spectacular entertainment this
month along with some of the
best weather possible I know
we've hadhot, but we've alsohad
76 degrees- in July ? Oh, I know
there was rain, but I don't care. I
don't remember it ever being that
cool in July and I'll take it anyway
it comes.
And, did you notice how the
weather cleared for our beloved
Blue Angels performance? That
was the best! Nauga Queen,
Christine Hewerdine, was my
guest for the Saturday show. We
had a beautiful view from my
deck, complete with shade, bath-
rooms, wonderful breeze, maybe
a few cocktails (for refreshment,
of course) and air conditioning, if
needed. (I learned a lot from
watching with the late Deb Shaw.)
It was so wonderful that Chris and
I decided to make it an annual
event to be shared together each
I evenreceived a compliment
on one of my recipes. That's
right. That means someone out

recipes! Surprisedme Thecom-
pliment came from Ted Spence,
Queen ofBling Ella Hess' escort
Ted is a true gentleman and a real
sweetheart Thanks, Ted, I'm glad
you enjoyed the rib recipe.
Between all the fireworks
(manmade and God's ownspecial
show), a Birthday Party was held
for all ofthis year's 60 yearolds. I
won't listthem, there are too many,
but God Bless 'em, they are pav-
ing the way for us. I am amazed
at how young 60 has become. I
will say that our own Honorary
SOB, Leroy Cardeneas is the
youngest, as his sixtieth birth-
day will not be celebrated until
December 25.
And then, we had Mardi
Gras, compliments of the Krewe
of Junkanoo MardiGras inJuly-
Do you know how far we had to
dig to find purple, green and
gold? Well, it was worth it. Al-
though I gotta tell you, even
beads are hot in July. Lord, the
things we do for fun....
Okay, this week's recipe is one

of my favorites for summer and
we eat a lot of it (ust ask my hus-
band) It's too hot to cook and
once this is made, you can eat it
for days and it's nice and cold.
The only cooking required is boil-
ing eggs. I always boil a few ex-
tra just for eating plain or making
egg salad (another cold sand-
wich) It is also good for you,
even when made with real may-
onnaise You can make it with
light mayo and feel free to substi-
tute ingredients. It's what's added
to the tuna that adds the calories,
fat, etc. However, when it is di-
vided into numerous sandwiches,
even real mayo comes down to
only about a tablespoon per serv-
ing and that's not bad. Some fat
is actually necessary for the
body, and I seem to be stocking
up on it Tuna Salad is also good
on almost any type of bread or
on a bed of lettuce I especially
love it on the more dense, grainy
This one goes out to all our
"60" friends! Happy Birthdays
and may we catch up with you
Okay, let's cook

Summer Tuna Salad

4 cans (6 oz.) tuna in water,
1 Cup mayonnaise
1 Cup Salad pickles
8 Hard-boiled eggs, chopped
Cup onion, finely chopped.

Boil eggs and set aside to
cool Meanwhile, drain tuna and
mixwithallingredients Add eggs
when they are cool to the touch.
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lettuce. This is always better the
next day. If you don't like eggs,
experiment with green or black
olives, pimentos or whateveryou
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The Blue Angels Wives' luncheon was hosted by the Santa
Rosa Island Authority on Crabs Gulfront deck July 19. Wives
representing their Marine Corps spouses are (L to R) Island Times
columnist Liz Hewson, and Blue Angel wives Xan Hess, Caroline
McGrath and Jenny Harris.

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fromelsewhere Second, theterm"malt"
means that only barey maltwas used in
the whisky's production, infused with
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you come to us when you need alcohol.
We are you neighborhood liquor store.
Our service makes us the right choice,
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Stock up on back-to-school
items from August 4 to 13 and pay
no sales tax. Books, clothing,
shoes with a price tag of less than
$50 along with school supplies
under $10 will be tax free. Beach
shops like Island Style can get
you ready to hit the books in fine
form. If you need to know more,
go to www.myflorida.com/dor
Stargazers can join the Ama-
teur Astronomer's Association,
Friday, August 10 at Ft. Pickens
gate for a look at the night skies
over Pensacola Beach. Gazing
starts at 8:30 p.m.
T-shirts honoring Blue Angel
LCDR Kevin Davis, who lost his
life in an air show in April, went
so quickly that designer Jeff
Elbert, has reordered a limited
number which are on sale at Is-
land Style. One hundred percent
of the profit from sales goes to
the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
The project was sponsored by
the Pensacola Beach Chamber of
Everyone is invited to an out-
door church service at Flounder's
every Sunday morning at 8:15
a.m. The Gulf Breeze United Meth-
odist Church sponsors the ser-
vice and welcomes everyone to
worship in the natural outdoor
Corey Ledbetter of Anderson
Real Estate Auctions says Beach
buyers bid'em up during July. Mil-
lions of dollars and lots of prop-
erties changed hands.
Seadog's friendly nature can
bring even the most bashful sorts
out of their shells. Even the her-
mit crabs which he turns into
crustacean athletes for the Crab
Races held every Friday, Satur-
day and Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at
Crab's We Got 'Em located di-
rectly on the Gulf.
Good Time Gal Susi Lyon has
planned a month long celebration
of Rosie O'Grady's 40 years in
business. Beginning on August
4 with a Jazz Fest, Susi promises
a good time. She is rolling out a
Rosies type celebration complete
with Dixieland and birthday cake
on August 16 at the perennial
Pensacola favorite. The complex
is located on Government Street.

County Commission

Settles on Definition

It's finally over. After months
of debate, studies and work-
shops, the Escambia County
Board of County Commission-
ers voted on the changes to the
hotel definition ordinance at
their July 19 meeting.
The commissioners voted
unanimously to allow a twelve
week owner occupancy during
a year and also to allow thirty
percent of the developable ho-
tel rooms to contain unlimited
square foot area. The other sev-
enty percent will be limited to
850 square feet or less.
In response to a question
by Dr. Thomas Campanella,
Santa Rosa Island Authority
Board member, concerning the
source of the number of remain-
ing hotel rooms, Janet Lander,
County attorney, gave him a
comprehensive answer.
"The Clarion, Five Flags Inn,
Holiday Townhouse, Tiki Hotel,
Portofino and Hilton
Soundside, would total 2433
hotel rooms," she said. "Thirty
percent comes to 727 rooms.
That is the total number of
rooms which can exceed 850
square feet in size."
Kelly Robertson, former
SRIA board member, spoke
against adoption of the ordi-
nance. "The intent of this ordi-
nance is to cloud the distinc-
tion between lodging units and
dwelling units on our barrier is-
lands," he said.
He reminded the commis-

sion that Perdido Key and
Pensacola Beach residents had
given input objecting to the or-
Commissioner Mike White-
head said he could not believe
some citizens would get up and
basically accuse others of ly-
ing and being deceitful.
"When they say they want
to build hotels, they want to
build hotels, not condos. It is
not an attempt to bypass the
dwelling cap," he said.
"I think the new ordinance
affords the protection and en-
courages development at the
same time. It is a well crafted
The BCC also voted unani-
mously to authorize the chair-
man to write to the SRIA, noti-
fying them of the inconsistency
in their adopted policy. The
BCC will request the SRIA to
make changes in the policy to
make it consistent with the
County ordinance.
Attorney Robert Emmanuel
spoke on behalf of the devel-
opers saying, "The Hilton Ho-
tel on Pensacola Beach is a ho-
tel. It now will bring larger con-
ventions to Pensacola Beach
which will generate revenue for
all beach businesses. It is an
example of a condo-financed
project. The ordinance is a good
one and does meet the purpose
of encouraging a variety of de-
velopment on Pensacola

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Soul Singer Bobby Purify

Headlines Beach Concert

Nashville meets Motown at
Bands on the Beach from 7-9 p.m.
on Tuesday, August 7 at the
Gulfside Pavilion. During this
weekly concert series, Bobby
Purify will get the party started
with his "can't sit still, get up out
of your seat" R&B followed by
Kyle Parker's goodtime southern
rock and country.
This particular Bands on the
Beach performance will be a spe-
cial evening for both Parker and
Purify. The longtime friends will
share the same concert bill for the
very first time and couldn't be
more excited about this historic
event. "Bobby was my mentor,"
said Parker, the nineteen-year-old

drummer and vocalist. "He took
me under his wing when I was
twelve years old and got me
started in music. He also told me
years ago that he'd be opening
up for me one day. I can't believe
it, but that's about to happen."
Bands on the Beach continues
Tuesday, Aug. 14 with Mr. Big.
Spectators are encouraged to
bring lawn chairs or blankets to
the pavilion area. No pets are al-
lowed and glass is prohibited.
Concerts are provided and orga-
nized by the Santa Rosa Island
For a complete schedule of
events, go to visit pensacola

Chrissy Cook had a busy month during July
A i. which they capped off with a house blessing
and Blue Angels party. On the waterfront deck
are (L to R) Mike and Chrissy Cook with Helen
and Pastor Chuck Randle.
Chrissy noted that additional blessings
came to her house in the form of visitors. "We
had our daughter Stephanie, her husband Titus,
grandchildren Jared and Emma from Austin,
Texas; and our son Mike Jr and wife Sheila
from Spring, Texas and Sheila's parents LK and
Sandra McNeil from Houston!"

Smith, left, is the newest edition to the Santa
Rosa Island Authority staff Melissa is filling
the vacancy in administration created by long-
time SRIA administrative assistant Missy Sell-
ers, right.
Missy leaves the Island Authority to com-
plete her masters degree in computer informa-
tion technology

Pensacola Beach Chamber
of Commerce invites you to
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circa 1860

The blue dye creating these incredible woven and
embroidered blue and white jacquard textiles was hand
made from all natural vegetation. Table linens are a self
fringed, hand woven tablecloth with matching tea napkins


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Centuries ago, beautiful linens and textiles were the
mark of a well endowed home, not to mention the status
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" After Sundown

Go crabbing on the Gulf of Mexico, at Crabs, We Got 'Em -
Alaskan Snow, Dungeness and King Crabs are all on the exten-
sive seafood menu Sip and sit at the live aquarium bar or at the
upstairs, outdoor Gulfside deck. Oysters and Wings are two
bits on Monday through Thursdays No reservations, come as
you are.
At the traffic light -find the red roof and the twinkling lights on
Casino Beach and you're in Crab Heaven Open everyday 850-
932-0700. www crabswegotem.com
Little bit of paradise at this open air, island style bar with its
own privatewhite sand beach. Pull up a rattan stool Cold beer Live
Music. Exotic Libations Frendlylocals Lunch and Dinner every-
day Cuban sandwiches Black and Blue Burgers Happy Hour 11-
7 Live Bands Pokeron Monday.
Tucked away in the parking lot of the Paradise Inn, it's directly
on Santa Rosa Sound Boat and Bicycle parking Open 7 days

The Gulf Coast's Premier Entertainment Complex. Seven
rooms of fun all under one roof! Karaoke, Texas Hold'Em, Team
Trivia, Pool, Vdeo games and more. Live Entertainment Seven nights
a week with live music on four stages every Fnday & Saturday night
Serving lunch and dinner, too! It's where the Party People Partyl
Located in Historic Downtown Pensacola at 130 East Gov-
ernment Street Open Monday- Saturday from 11 until 2:30 a m
and 5 p.m. until 2 30 on Sunday Ring 434-6211 or visit

The locals spot on Pensacola Beach Nightly drink spe-
cials. Very happy hour everyday until 7 pm which includes
$2 75 Bushwackers Pool Live Music
Find us at 65 Via de Luna, in downtown Pensacola Beach's
historic district. Just down from The Islander Lounge. 850-932-
0864. www.breakbeachbar.com

Step back in time and enjoy Flounder's antique collection
Step into now and enjoy Flounder's top rated seafood. Indoor
and outdoor dining Even a beach playground for the kids. Beach
Bar neath the moon and stars- Diesel Fuel in a commemorative
mason jar. Bilgewater Margaritas. Gift shop Fred Flounder,
Located at the traffic light on Pensacola Beach. Next to the
55 ft. shrimp boat Open everyday 850-932-2003
Ahoy, Matey You've found a Pensacola Beach treasure Pi-
rates welcome Fresh Gulf seafood served in the galley or outside
on the awning covered deck. Glassfront bar overlooks LaFitte Cove
All kinds of oysters Live lobster. Gumbo Dinner specials nightly
Sizeable sandwiches and burgers for Landlubbers Take home a t-
Lookforthe Jolly Rogersflying over the west end ofthe Island
at 1010 Fort Pickens Road We're here everyday at 11.932-4139
www peglegpetes com
Score! Don't miss a point. See it all in high definition -11 big
screens, 42 televisions If it runs, jumps, races, it's here. Famous
for ThursdayWing Night Burgers. Seafood and Ribs. Kidsmenu
fortheJVplayers Fullbar Indooraroutdoorseating.Videosports
Centrally located on Via de Luna, just east of the main parking
lot and the traffic light Kick off at11 a.m seven days a week. 934-

It' s what you have been waiting for Classic Martinis,
exotic elixirs, shaken or stirred. Equal parts of elegant and beach
eclectic. Live music and lively patrons The famous Conner
Cagle makes guest appearances.
Located in the Soundside Market across from the Hilton
on Pensacola Beach Open everyday 932-7675.

Even a bragging Irishman can't dojustice to McGuire'swhere
the atmosphere is an authentic turn-of-the-century pub. McGuire's
has been named one ofAmerica's great steakhouses, and is world
famousforits culinary artistry Dollar bills on the walls, a moose to
kiss and employees who give a damnl Try an Irish Wake or Senate
Bean Soup.
Open at 11 a m everyday Easy drive to 600 East Gregory
Street in Pensacola 850-433-6789 www mcguiresirishpub com

The "World Famous Sandshaker"- a Pensacola Beach Tra-
dition since 1973 It's the Home of the Original Bushwacker and
has been selling this signature drinkfor over 30 years. The Shaker
was the 1st bar on the Beach to offer this tasty frozen concoc-
tion Live Music Wed, Thurs, Sat & Sun Karaoke Tues, Fri. Tiki
Bar specials Fri-Sun Iguana Grill open Thurs-Sunday
Across from the Fishing Pier on Pensacola Beach. Open
10am until3am 850-932-2211. www sandshakerlounge.com
for photo gallery and event schedule
The oldest lounge on Pensacola Beach Happy Hour 11 to
7 DJ spins dance tunes 7 nites. Fri- Sun Live Music. Shuffle-
board, video games, pool, football, golf, bowling. Brass Pole
Visit the upstairs Cypress Lounge, open air bar overlooking
downtown Pensacola Beach. Available for private parties
Find us at 43 Via de Luna. Open weekdays at noon; week-
ends at 11. 850-932-9011.

Open for Breakfast and Lunch everyday from 8 to 2
Waterfront dining overlooking beautiful Sabine Bay The Club is
also available for wedding receptions, business meetings or
any other occasion that calls for a spacious waterfront venue,
casual to elegant catering and a staff who truly cares about
their clients. Sunsets are priceless. Elevator rides are free
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circa 1882

These lively red pillows are 125-year-old textiles made
in an area we know as Transylvania Beautiful boiled
wool and linen threads are handmade These are out-
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Beach Resident Seeks Help
Identifying Mystery Angler
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nam ed Mason who was excitedly two of them.
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Potomski, fished the Ladies Inter- and Spanish andReds are comm'
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Weekend bobbin' around and AreaBedswithaPinfishonacork
watching the light show and vou can't miss

Welcome to "Readin' the
Water" your Island fishing' report.
The action has been hot and
heavy the last couple of weeks
all around the system The water
is very warm and that means
Atthe Gulf Pier, it was a heck
of a week with the Blues running'
everyday. The Blue Angels that
is The pier saw a lot of Tarpon,
Big Tarpon, running around.
I did not see one landed but
had fun trying' to catch one. I had
one roll over my bait inthe trough
and it made us all go hyper. Afew
minutes later, Pier Staff Leader
Jerry was throw' the net for cigs
and yelleddown, KINGI Imadea
hurriedthrow down the rail and it
landed behind him I reeled back
in and tossed it out in front of
him about 20 yards and he hit it
like a charging' Bull I free spooled
him until he stopped running' right
under us. I took up the line and
set the hook As soon as I did, he
took off under the pier and out
the other side leaving' me bowed
up over, then under the rail. That
was it A few seconds later, the
line failed and I'm still trying' to get
over it.
I did not catch a thing, but,
some very good sun and a few
moments of memories
The King are runnn' strong
minthe early momi' and after about
3 in the afternoon You'll see ac-
tion til dark.
The Charter Boats are really
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Winning Hands Hit The Felt At Beach Venues

Lady Luck put boats on the held Greatnightofpoker Wewel-
river when players gathered to comed Mark Julian's dad, Jim
show their stuff at Texas Hold'Em Juhan from Texas and we showed
444 Fun tournaments on him one heckofa good time!
Pensacola Beach Paddy O'Leary's
The Islander Larry Richard is back in town
On July 14 Mark Julian and has made his presence
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earned her wings on Friday, July 19
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the boys. Col Phil Tracy was in big stack ofchips in the final. Yes,
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home with Mom. We sent happy
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June 25 was a good night
for poker in paradise. Capt. Bud
Waite went all the way winning a
tough long tournament Last
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By Danah Gibson
Don't Scratch Your Headfor Answers

Do you have dandruff, pso-
riasis or eczema? Don't let these
embarrassing problems make you
tearyour hair outt There are some
simple things you can do to keep
these situations under control.
First of all, many people be-
lieve that dandruff is caused by
dry skin. Not true. Most dandruff
is related to a type of yeast called
pityrosprum orale, (don't hurt
yourself trying to pronounce this)
which lives in the skin. When it
multiplies, it causes inflammation
of the skin, forming kind ofa "skin
scab" and increased flaking.
Some say stress can be a trigger
for this. This condition is usually
treated with shampoos contain-
ing selenium sulfide or zinc
pyithrone, which slows down the
growth of the yeast. Both are
common in dandruff shampoos.
For those whose flaking is

caused by psoriasis or eczema,
the best treatment is a tar sham-
poo. (Ask yourpharmacist on this
one). To correctly use these prod-
ucts, you should latherup, leave
on your head for 2-3 minutes rinse
really well, then repeat leaving on
the suds for 3-5 minutes and re-
ally use your fingernails during
the second scrub! Do this at least
twice a week, and in a couple of
months, your snowflakes should
disappear. There is no an over-
night, one time cure.
If you have tried all this
with no luck, your doctor can
prescribe a shampoo contain-
ing ketoconazole.
Also, color treating hair will
surely dry it out! Be sure to con-
dition with a moisturizing treat-
ment afterwards, but try not to
get much on your scalp.
Here's to happy hair!

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Centuries ago, beautiful lin-
ens and textiles were the mark of
a well endowed home, not to men-
tion the status of the family. In-
dicative of education and commu-
nity standing, the ability to de-
sign and execute beautiful and
useful embroidered linen, set a
proper table, dress one's home in
finery, mend and darn one's home
furnishings and clothes was a
necessity in the not too distant
past, and yet is considered an art
form today'
I have a collection of lively
red pillows which are created from
125-year-old textiles made in the
regional fashion from an area we
know as Transylvania. The beau-
tiful boiled wool and linen threads
used to embroider were hand-
made. They are as unique and ex-
quisitely executed on the inside
as they are on the outer side! In
an area where the wedding flow-
ers are red (vs. white inAmerica),
these are outstanding examples
of textiles as art. Today, we can
use them in a more casual way,
accentuating our beach environ-
ment, or mixed with black for a
punch of drama to the room.
With my collection I have
decorated both a bedroom, as
well as an outdoor patio using this
particular red for accent,. Itbrings
comfort and beauty. People never
cease to say the rooms make them
feel happy. I love to hear that
word-happy. Ifwe can decorate
a room and have our guests feel
happy as a result, we are chang-
ing lives one at a time.
The neat part is that antique
textiles don't depreciate as we use
and keep them, but actually get
more valuable, and as we recycle
and decorate with them. We be-
come a part of the heritage they
represent so well.

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I also add blues to my decor.
The blue dyes necessary to cre-
ate these incredible woven and
embroidered jacquard textiles
were hand made from all natural
vegetation. Also, considered a
color for marriage in certain re-
gions of the world, blue textiles
vary from trousseau blue [a pale,
almost blue-gray color] through
cobalt to a darker blue version
reserved for some of the most so-
phisticated of textiles. Varying in
age from 80yearsto 150 years old,
my collection focuses on textiles
that canbe intermingled with cur-
rent or contemporary design and
applied to our way of life as we
know it today.
I have a set of table linens
which are ajacquard weave, self
fringed, hand woven tablecloth
with matching tea napkins from
Austria, c. 1860.

Think of the richblues or red
brocades used in the elegant time
of Napoleon-but always over
the white linen sheets, and gen-
erally they were embroidered,
monogrammed, even ruffled
sheets, laid gracefully daily for
cleanliness and beauty. Merging
a select color palette into your
home can add charm, elegance,
or subtle beauty regardless of the
size, shape, or location of your
home and rooms
The rewards we receive from
utilizing antique textiles and fur-
nishes is to give our rooms in-
stant credibility, to acknowledge
the design and art forms of our
heritage, and to continue to up-
date designs in such a way as to
reintroduce the important works
from the past.
So, collect, decorate and en-
joy the happiness it brings.

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I 4LI22ARD'S TON L/ .e Tiger and flip's Tomato Plants y Atkinson thx s. oart0

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Making memories on a fam-
ily vacation is fun. And when
that vacation is on Pensacola
Beach, it is even better. This
past week, my two favorite
Harrys (husband and son) and
I spent some time playing tour-
ist on the Beach which made me
wonder if there is a genetic con-
nection to this Island,
I have always loved a certain
section of Casino Beach, both as
a tourist and as a local, so it is no
surprise to me that number one
on my son's must-do on
Pensacola Beach list is Tiki Island
Golf and Games located in the ex-
act same spot where I've spent
hundreds of hours being enter-
tained as a kid visiting from New
Orleans and then as a teenager
I. ; Beach.
S een enamored
of what was in that corner of the
Casino Beach. There has always
been something fun to do there. I
remember a spring break when
that area was filled with carnival
rides and the infamous radio
deejay Chip Nelson was broad-
casting live from the van of a lo-
cal Pensacola AM station. I can't
remember the name of the radio
station, but I remember my two
friends, Tina and Molly, and I
getting stickers that we plastered
all over our school books. We
were too cool for words.
Also housed in that area of
the Casino Beach used to be a
business called The Treasure
Chest. I have vivid memories of
buvina a bathing suit and suntan

oil from the owner Martha King. I
can also remember delivering the
newspapers to her in the heat of
the summer. She always had kind
word and a cool soda waiting for
me. That was many years and
quite a few commercial establish-
ments ago.
My former swim team
friends and I used to spend
hours upon hours trudging up
and up and up to the top of the
water slide that used to be there
as well. Our coach never found
much humor in us showing up
to afternoon practice sun
burned and with the soles of our
feet bloodied from hours of walk-
ing on concrete. We didn't care.
It was all about the fun.
So now I find myself revisit-
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my son. He loves the mini-golf and
managed to get a hole in one on
our last visit. I am pleased to see
that the owners offer a military
discount. The game room is a nice
relief from the high noon sun or
afternoon thunder showers. The
counter help is courteous and
that's not always easy when some
of the customers can barely see
over the counter and are ordering
chocolate, no vanilla, no straw-
berry ice cream.
As the Beach develops and
continues to change, it's nice to
know that my son and I will al-
ways be able to reminisce about
the fun we had in the southeast
comer of Casino Beach.

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Joyce told Annie that the
plants were illegal and that the
authorities were very swift with
stiff jail sentences for those
caught with marijuana in their
possession. Annie was furious
but hesitant to take the boys
out of their classes at school
and she seldom called me at
work concerning a problem at
home unless it was a real emer-
gency. Annie asked Joyce to
help her do some thinking. The
two of them drank coffee and
calculated the safest way to get
rid of the marijuana. They were
afraid to cut it up and flush it
down the toilets because they
were connected to a septic tank.
They suspected that the plants
might find a way to grow. They
did not want to bury it in the
ground or put the plants in the
garbage to be picked up,
So they decided to burn it.
Burning trash within the city
limits of Gulf Breeze was forbid-
den, They had to burn small
amounts at a time. Annie had
plenty of kerosene that she
used in her lamps and gradu-
ally they got rid of every plant
and flushed the ashes down the
When the children came
home from school, Annie told
Tiger and Flip to go to their
room and stay there until they
were called. Then Annie called
me to make sure that I would b
be home at the usual time.
I will always remember the
evening I came home after the
tomato plant fiasco. Annie had
showered and put on a comfort-
able outfit that she liked to wear
when we were in the mood for a
cocktail. She had martinis ready
with chilled glasses. We sat
alone outside in the swing and
made small talk. Frankly, when-
ever Annie greeted me in this
manner I looked forward to an
evening far removed from
trouble without children.

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Annie waited until I had
sipped half of my martini before
she began to tell me about the
"tomato" plants. Despite the
calming effect of the cocktail
and my mind beginning to un-
wind from a day at the office,
Annie had hardly finished the
story before I was ready to grab
my belt and head for the boy's
room. But Annie persuaded me
to finish my martini, talk things
through, and not punish the
boys while I was angry,
She reminded me that we
both knew the Chief of Police
in Gulf Breeze, Jerry Rich. His
office was just a few blocks
away. Jerry had helped on sev-
eral occasions when Annie and
I needed his advice. We both
believed strongly in teaching
our children that the police were
their friends and not to hesitate
1. I ii,..,,, ien in trouble.
11.1 iiii. more discus-
sion with Annie while finishing
my martini, I had a good talk
with Tiger and Flip. They were
pretty straight forward with ad-
mitting what they had done and
I sensed that they had little
knowledge of the seriousness
of their actions. Then I called
Chef Rich and asked him if he
had time to meet with me and
two of my sons. He said he was
just winding up for the day and
would stop by on his way home.
Then I returned to tell the
boys to just stay in their room,
that Chief Rich would be by to
talk with them in a few minutes.

I can still remember seeing Ti-
ger and Flip's eyes open very
wide as they stared at me in dis-
Annie and I told Chief Rich
the full story and then he talked
with the boys alone. When he
came out he told us to put them
in hack for a while but that was
all they needed. He felt confi-
dent that they would stay clear
ofmarijuana for a long time.
By 1970 when the Beatles
broke up to the strains of "Let
it Be," Tiger had formed his own
Rock and Roll band. Flip was
producing ambitions works of
abstract art and working to-
wards becoming one of the bet-
ter known chefs in the area.
Later they joined forces and
developed the Sun Ray restau-
rant on Pensacola Beach.
Flip died in 1998. Tiger lost
his brother, his best friend,
business partner and sidekick.
Annie and I and our family lost
more than we can say. But as
the years go by what remains
with us is not so much the loss,
as the humor and the clever-
ness, the thousands of great
memories that Flip gave us.
Some of them better than oth-
ers, but all of them worth hold-
ing onto even the tomato

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About two weeks ago, I
went to a sem mar to top all semi-
nars It was about juggling
Beach resident Heather Wolf
was our instructor, and she
proved to be an excellent
teacher She gave us a brief in-
troduction about herself and
juggling, then proceeded to
hand out one scarf Now you
are probably thinking, I thought
you juggled balls and pins, and
that is true of course, but start-
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There is a certain technique with
juggling, and Heather helps
you learn it correctly using a
Our class soon advanced
to three scarves, which believe
it or not, was quite thrilling We
were gaining technique, skill
and most of all having funi I

was amazed at how Heather
watched each student We each
received individual attention
and instruction And it
showedP We progressed from
scarves to balls, and most of
the class had a real juggling
moment The other thing that
really amazedme was the exer-
cise factor After one and a half
hours, I could feel the gentle
effects in my shoulders and
arms But the best part of all
was the immense satisfaction I
felt when I juggled three balls
for about a minute I attribute
that to Heather and her great
teaching skills So if you are in-
terested in something fun, chal-
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Crab Omelets, Bottomless
Champagne & Bloody Marys,
Live Steel Band

(850) 932-0700
Open 7 days a week

we got em

All You Cs
King Crab
Snow Cral

in Eat
b 25
& \\ ings
Monday-Friday 4 to 6 PM

Look for the RED ROOF at the
traffic light on Pensacola Beach


Island Times

Auaust 1, 2007

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