Volume I, Number 24 Pensacola Beach, Florida March 29, 2006
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The year 2006 will mark a historic turning point for Pensacola Beach Elkdom when members move into their spacious
new Lodge building early next fall. New officers installed on Saturday, March 25 are: (Seated, L to R): Ron Magee, Inner
Guard and Jason Wiggins, Tiler. (Standing L to R) are: Patsy Ledford, Treasurer; Elaine Tennimon, Secretary; Robert Randle,
Four Year Trustee; Eric Marcey, Esteemed Leading Knight; George Scribner, Five Year Trustee; Barry McCleary, Exhalted
Ruler; Mark Eddy, Esteemed Loyal Knight; Chuck Connell, Esteemed Lecturing Knight; and Gayle Shackelford, Chaplain.
Beach Elks Chalk Up 43 Years of Service To Community
The Pensacola Beach Elks
Lodge has been the glue that has
held the Beach residential com-
munity together for forty-three
years. And, this year the Elks will
celebrate a major landmark when
they move into their grandiose
building on Pensacola Beach
Boulevard possibly in September.
Under the guidance of the new
Exhalted Ruler, Barry McCleary,
the Elks will transfer all their
benevolent activities, ceremonies
and parties to the 10,000 square
foot facility. Amenities will in-
clude a large activity room, din-
ing space, kitchen, and open
seated bar on the first floor.
The building will take ad-
vantage of the view of Little
Sabine Bay with a wrap-around
deck which will provide elegant
outdoor space for cookouts and
The upstairs which will be
serviced with an elevator will be
the formal meeting room for Elks
rituals. A small activity room and
offices for the secretary and club
manager, will also be located on
the second floor.
Chris Dugas is the chairman
of the building committee for the
$2.2 million structure. Other
committee members are Don
Stevens, John Decker, Elaine
Tenniman, George Scribner,
Dave Smith, Dude Hausmann,
Brian Mann, Joe Brennan, Ray
Creary, Lance Drown and Dale
Funding for the new lodge
building came from pledges from
members and insurance coverage
after Hurricane Ivan destroyed
the former building. Currently,
the Elks are housed on the top
level of the Beach Marina.
Originally, the Pensacola
Beach Elks Lodge was number
2256, founded by 122 members.
Six founding members are still
active in the lodge. They are Tom
Miller, Dick Zelius, Joe Knight,
Bob Jones, J.R. Turner, and Joe
Several years ago, Elks
Lodge #2256 merged with a
downtown lodge and the new
number is 497. There are now
800 members. Membership is
open to ladies and many women
hold dual membership as Elks
and in their own original orga-
nization, Ladies of the Elks. LOE
holds separate meetings, con-
ducts its own fundraisers, and
completes numerous projects, all
to benefit the Elks Lodge.
Elks and the LOE take the
word "benevolent" seriously.
Over their long history, they have
been noted for their ongoing con-
tributions not only to their own
children's hospital and therapy
services, but to numerous local
agencies and organizations. They
are active supporters every year
of youth sports including their
Hoop Shoot contest and contri-
butions to the Gulf Breeze Sports
Forty-three years covers a
major piece of history on
Pensacola Beach. When that his-
tory is punctuated year in and
year out with constant caring for
an endless string of needs and
causes, it's easy to see why the
Elks have thrived. And, why they
are still the glue that holds the
residential community together.
LADIES, LIGHT, LAUGHTER Ladies of the Elks Officers took their oaths with great joy as
they were charged by Esteemed Esquire Ron Christian to carry out the duties of each office
during the traditional candle lighting ceremony. The LOE Officers who were installed Saturday,
March 25 at the Pensacola Beach Lodge are: (L to R) Elizabeth Glackin, Chaplain; Donna Dotson,
Treasurer; Theresa Ivie, Secretary; Shirley Gaddis, Vice President; and Amy DePew, President.
AOK Wraps It Up Until Next Year
Everything came up roses
for the Pensacola Beach Associa-
tion of Mardi Gras Krewes after
their year started in a field of
thorns. The Krewes faced the
nearly impossible task of raising
thirty thousand dollars to fund
the Krewe of Wrecks parade. The
Santa Rosa Island Authority
which had financed all the pa-
rade expenses in prioryears, con-
tributed $10,000, the most they
PBRLA Elects Tona DeMers President
Members of the Pensacola
Beach Residents and Leasehold-
ers Association who have been
following a nomadic trail to hold
their monthly meetings, may
soon find a permanent location.
Claire Cullerton, speaking at
their March 14 meeting at Bam-
boo Willie's suggested that the
meetings might be held at Our
Lady of Assumption Catholic
Mission where hurricane resto-
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The PBRLA elected Tona
DeMers president. The new vice
president is Fran Summerlin
Histed. The secretary is Victoria
Clarkin, and the treasurer is Gary
Smith, immediate past president.
Bill Compton will serve as Board
Member at Large.
During the business meet-
ing, members discussed reviving
their sea oats sales program with
all the proceeds going to
Pensacola Beach Elementary
The next meeting of the
PBRLA willbe at6 p.m. on Tues-
day, April 11. The location is to
could do after hurricanes cut
their revenue streams dramati-
cally. The announcement that the
AOK ended with excess funds
meeting of r
the year, E
March 20. -
all worked i.
just hop- ;
funding The Krewe of Wrec
together to colorful marching ui
put on the
Andrea Brunt, Head Wreck said.
"Now, we find we will have
money left over."
Although, to date, not all the
bills had been received, there will
still be a surplus. The Krewe of
Wrecks Board of Directors recom-
mended that the excess funds be
put in a CD to be used for future
parade expenses. Artie Davis,
Krewe of Bananimals Captain,
moved to place the money in a CD,
but retain a $50 parade fund for
miscellaneous expenses. The
motion passed unanimously.
In reviewing the 2006 pa-
rade, Andrea said that both Buck
Lee, SRIA General Manager, and
Lt. Bob Clark, Escambia County
Sheriff's Department, were
pleased with the parade.
The AOK will address the
I as motorists
ks parade always
SPipe Band as a
the beach after
They will make
the City of
removal of bar-
ricades in a
will not impede
the traffic flow
off the island.
This year's parade contained
a total of 36 floats, three radio sta-
tions, and three marching units,
along with the convertibles carry-
ing Krewe of Wrecks royalty. It
took just under two hours for the
parade to run the Via de Luna
Representatives from krewes
who attended the meeting were
Danah Gibson, Artie Davis, Jay
Brykcznski, Chrissy Cook, Jane
McGrath, and Sam Magee.
Andrea Brunt conducted the
meeting in the absence of the AOK
President Deb Friedman, who was
out of town.
March 29, 2006 Island Times PAGE 3
Barefoot on the Beach
Today, I am researching
things that don't make sense.
Mostly, it's about common say-
ings tht we all use from time to
time in our conversations. Let's
jump right in with the descrip-
tion of someone who has put
away a few too many. That makes
a guy "Drunk as Cooter Brown."
Who was Cooter Brown? Was
he for real? Was he the village
drunk? Or what about "drunk as
a lord?" Which lord? Surely, not
the lords-a-leaping who were
chasing the maids-a-milking in
the carol, Twelve Days of Christ-
"Drunk as a skunk" has one
good quality, it rhymes. But, tell
me, how many drunk skunks
have you ever seen? Skunks have
some pretty obnoxious habits, but
I don't think drinking booze is
one of them.
Let's travel along to mental
conditions. Take the phrase,
"Crazy as a March Hare." Even
the most knowledgeable psychia-
trist would go off track on that
one. Crazy as a small rabbit run-
ning loose in the months of
March? Puhleeze. And how
about "Strange as Old Nick's hat-
band?" Puhleeze, again. Or "Bats
in the Belfry?' Puhleeze or did I
already say that?
Moving along, we find in-
animate objects which come to
life in odd ways, like "Dumb as
a Doornail, Smart as a Whip, or
Cute as a Button." I will leave
these to your imagination. You
By Jane Waters Cooper
may know more than I do about
doornails, whips and buttons.
It is not unusual for my hus-
band, Frank, a Georgia native to
tell me "It's cold as kraut outside."
I thought kraut was warm, fer-
mented cabbage which dresses up
hot dogs and Reuben sandwiches.
But, maybe, Georgia folks have a
different take on Kraut.
Speaking of weather, where
in the world did the phrase "Un-
der the Weather" come from? If
you're not feeling up to par, I can
just visualize you sleeping under
Channel 28. Here's hoping you
will soon be "Fair to Middlin.'"
Cats always find their way
into weird old stuff. For instance,
if a monthly rental on Pensacola
Beach is outrageous, it's "Higher
than a Cat's Back." How high is
that? Wouldn't higher than the
Empire State Building be better?
How about this one, "What's the
matter, kid, cat got your tongue?"
Poor kid. He goes off searching
for the cat that has his tongue.
He may have been the same
little fellow who was "knee high
to a grasshopper" the last time you
saw him. Do grasshoppers have
My research could become
book length since there must be
hundreds of sayings which don't
I will just mention a couple
of very old-fashioned sayings. (1)
You're the cat's meow. The trans-
lation is you are pretty as a run-
way model. (2) You're the bee's
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Suppose a guy would walk
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After she knocked him off the bar
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TURN OFF THE SNOOZE
Remember the clock springs
forward by an hour on April 2
whether your inner clock is ready
or not. Don't complain. It's fi-
nally springtime. Get up early,
stay out late. Cherish everyday.
HAPPY FIRST BIRTHDAY
Tonita Bridges was on the
Island last week introducing her
daughter to old Beach friends.
Ella Raye Bridges turned one on
COBIA CAN RUN BUT
THEY CAN'T HIDE
Cobia season is here. Cullen
Stanley was busy recently install-
ing the fishing tower on the boat,
See Ya Later. Cullen and his
helpers are ready to catch Cobia.
John Johnson is recovering
at his home in Portofino after
undergoing heart surgery in Bir-
mingham. His wife, Sandy, says
her handsome sidekick will be
back enjoying all the spring
Beach events very soon.
FOOD AND GAMES
Remember he who hesitates
is lost. Also, there's a chance you
could hesitate too long to get your
ticket to the annual Woman's
Club Luncheon and Game Day.
This year's event is April 28 at
BonAppetit. Make your reserva-
tion now. Call Linda Knell at
934-9008 or Naomi Jones at 932-
Wendy and Tom Brandon
celebrated their birthdays with a
trip to Las Vegas. Wendy's birth-
day was February 26 and Tom's
was March 3. They really hated
to miss the final events of Mardi
Gras on the Island, but wins of
$1000 (Wendy) and $700 (Tom)
helped ease the pain.
Pete and Kay Amberson
were one hundred percent Irish
on St. Patrick's Day as they en-
tertained their friends who were
visiting from Pennsylvania by
taking them on the Pub Crawl.
Sandy Spraggins spent
Spring Break in Cleveland, Ohio
with her mom, Laura and
brother, Paul. She went to meet
her new niece, Rachel Marie.
Sandy wanted to hurry back to
the Beach since she had big plans
for March 25 celebrating her
SOBs SEND LOVE
Sisters of the Beach are
sending love and condolences to
Jane Peaden whose mother, Jean
Strickland Peaden, passed away
on March 18. Jane's mom was
an artist who lived in Pensacola.
Services were held Monday,
March 20. Donations in Jean's
memory may be made to Cov-
enant Hospice or the American
Danah Gibson has a new
addition to her family. She has
adopted a Blue Heeler named
Smokey. The orphaned pup is fit-
ting in fine especially since her
fur has Nauga spots all over it.
Optimists Mexican Fiesta Benefits Youth
It's fiesta time. The
Pensacola Beach Optimists
Club is hosting a Mexican Fi-
esta on Saturday, April 8, at
Flounder's as its annual
fundraiser. Proceeds will ben-
efit Pensacola Beach Elemen-
tary School and other youth and
Elks Tee Off For Charities
The Annual Caring and
Sharing Golf Tournament, spon-
sored by Pensacola Beach Elks
Lodge 497, will be Saturday,
April 1 at Tiger Point Golf and
Registration will begin at 8
a.m. and a shotgun start will be
at 9 a.m. The cost is $65 per
The proceeds from the tour-
nament will go to the American
Cancer Society and Covenant
Hospice of Pensacola.
For more information, to
play or to make a donation please
call Don Stevens at 393-8112.
The Fiesta will feature
food, music, and fun and will
be from six until ten p.m. A
special prize drawing will
highlight the event with prizes
being awarded all evening.
The cost is $50 per person
and information on tickets can
be obtained from Chris Moore
at 916-1837 or Bettie Lee
Individuals who are ready to
purchase tickets or make a con-
tribution to the Pensacola Beach
Optimist Club can mail checks
to Dave Sundstrom, 1100 Ft.
Pickens Rd., #F4, Pensacola
Beach, Florida, 32561.
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Happy April Fool's Day, all
you trivia fans. Christy Jones
was the first to answer last
week's trivia correctly. She
picked up a copy of Island
Times in her shop, Consigning
Women and knew immediately
that the answer was Tommy
Grice. The questions was "The
court jester, the go-to prank-
ster. Will the Beachjokester be
performing his usual April
tomfoolery this year? Who is
Here's the new question:
Several years ago, two Beach
Mardi Gras krewes sponsored
parades on Easter Sunday af-
March 29, 2006
ternoon. Can you name them?
The rules are the same.
Email your answer with
"Trivia" in the subject line to
fore 5 p.m. April 5.
Be sure to include your
name and phone number. An Is-
land Times t-shirt awaits the first
correct emailed answer.
If you are really into com-
petitive games, go to page 12 to
checkout the Island Times Pi-
rates in Paradise Contest. Just
find where these swashbucklers
hang out and you could be rich.
Cash prizes to the first entry with
the most correct answers.
March 29. 2006 Island Times PAGE 5
Have You Hugged Your Pillow Today?
Is there anything more com-
forting than your very own pil-
low? Pandora de Balthazar,
owner of Decadence Down,
doesn't think so. When she heard
about Karen Cook Cowen's ef-
forts to make life a little easier
for 150 children in protective
custody in Santa Rosa County,
Pandora went to work.
She donated 77 Hungarian
goose down child size pillows to
"To think of those children
and all of their loss then I
thought about giving them pil-
lows," Pandora said. "The pil-
lows would be something of
comfort to hold their little
heads for what could be a very
So, Pandora had the pil-
lows ready, but they did not have
covers. Mollie Thibodeaux, a
member of Karen's crew came to
the rescue by recruiting volun-
teers Kay Amberson and Shelby
Smith who found colorful fabric
and stitched 77 miniature pillow
The real meaning of the ef-
forts of these ladies came from a
little girl who came to a county
coordinator, hugging her pillow.
She hugged it and hugged it. The
pillow was all she had.
Currently, Karen's group of
volunteers is in the process of fill-
ing 150 Easter baskets for the
children. Anyone who wishes to
help with this project can take
donations of cash, Easter candies,
or trinkets to the Real Estate
House on the Beach by April 5.
Huggable Hungarian goose down pillows were donated to the children
in protective custody in Santa Rosa County. It took the teamwork of (L to
R): Pandora de Balthzar, Decadence Down; Mollie Thibodeaux, Shelby
Smith and Kay Amberson to pull off this monumental donation.
Tours of the new Pensacola
Beach Elementary School will be
featured at the Open House be-
ginning at 3:30 p.m. on Thurs-
day, April 27.
The Open House will be the
first time the entire community
and all interested persons will
have a chance to see how the
renovated school building has
"All the students, teachers
and staff are proud of this
school," Jeff Castleberry, princi-
pal said. We want everyone to
come and see how good the
school looks after the renova-
and others will have the oppor-
tunity to sign up as Partners in
Education with the school at the
Open House. Traditionally, the
Beach School has always had
Partners from the business com-
munity. Businesses usually de-
velop a close association with the
students, and help them in many
different ways. Information will
be available for interested groups
The Pensacola Beach El-
ementary School, now a charter
school, ranks at the top of the
schools in the state academically.
The school has always had the
support of the community, and
Principal Castleberry is looking
forward to a large crowd on
Conna O'Donovan is chair-
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PAGE 6 Island Times March 29, 2006
Well, Spring has sprung, the
leprechauns have gone back into
hiding and beer is back to its
natural color! So, we have a little
break before things begin "hop-
ping" again on our little Beach.
I need a break from spring break,
having spent the week with my
five-year-old grandson, Jesiah.
Lord, I need his energy, not to
mention his excitement and en-
thusiasm. But, to him, a week at
Nanny and Pappy's is better than
Disney Land! I've beento Disney
never do it again. He's right, it is
better here. I didn't do a lot of
cooking last week as most of our
meals were ordered at the drive-
thru at "Happy Donalds". That's
his favorite and that's what he's
always called it. We took him
on a trip to The Zoo, which is an
all day thing, but worth it.
Another day was spent at the
Gulfarium in Ft. Walton. After
spending around $35 for entry,
we're watching the dolphin show
when Jesiah says, "Hey, Nanny,
look at the bird!"
Of course, seagulls know
when it's feeding time for the
animals. Right before we lost my
mother, Jesiah had a dream in
which he saw great-granny fly-
ing through the clouds like a bird.
When I told my mother this, she
smiled and said, "Then maybe
that's how he'll see me." So, ev-
ery time we see a bird, we say
"hello" to great-granny, even at
a dolphin show.
He and Pappy went shop-
ping for X-Box games, which
they play endlessly, so that gave
me a time to catch the last of the
Pub Crawl and share in celebrat-
ing Sherri Greene's 50th birth-
day! It was wonderful to see her
and George again since they've
moved to Alabama.
Special thanks to my dear
friends, Courtney and Jim
Winstead, for giving me a ride
home. I swear that Caddy does
love the beach!
On Sunday, it was time for
Jesiah to go home. He never
wants to leave Nanny and
Pappy's, so we tried to explain
spring break to him. But all he
really understood was he got to
stay at our house and there was
no school (he's only in pre-K).
Eight days is not long enough for
a visit in his book. We took him
home by way of another "Happy
Donalds" with a playground and
he was fine by the time he got
home. We had a little time to
spend with Quincy, (she's still too
young to realize the magic of
staying with us, but it won't be
long). Right now, for Jesiah it's
all magical fun with Pappy, leav-
ing toys scattered, staying up late,
excitement and a captive audi-
ence. I hope he never loses that
excitement and enthusiasm for
life. For now, we are two very
exhausted grandparents headed
home for the sofa, where we im-
mediately went to sleep. The
good thing is that my daughter
and I have finally found a boy we
can agree on!
I really did cook this recipe
a couple of weeks ago, and I
found that if you added a green
vegetable, it's a meal by itself.
Okay, let's cook....
Shrimp & Crab
1 onion, chopped
1 small bell pepper, chopped
1 cup chopped green onions
1 rib of celery, chopped
1 stick margarine or butter
1 Ib shrimp, peeled & deveined
Fresh or froz. Asparagus spears
or broccoli flowerettes
% Ib velveeta cheese
1 can evaporated milk
3 cans lump crab meat, or 1 Ib
1 cup bread crumbs
salt, red pepper, black pepper
Saute onion, bell pepper,
green onion tops and celery in
melted butter. Add shrimp and
simmer until liquid is gone. Melt
cheese in milk (easier if you cut
up cheese), then add to shrimp
mixture. Fold in crab meat and
asparagus or broccoli, season to
taste and pour into casserole dish.
Top with breadcrumbs and bake
at 350 degrees for 20 minutes
(Tip: you can also add scallops,
fish or oysters)
Serve immediately withyour
Hope you enjoy.
See ya in the kitchen
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March 29, 2006 Island Times PAGE 7
QUEENS PLANT SEA OATS
The queens of the Krewe of
Nauga, purchased sea oats at the
Beach School, and then planted
them at Morgan Park. Gwen
Gibson and others from Danah's
Hair Salon appreciated the in-
structions they received along
with the plants. It seems that, like
most everyone, they had never
planted sea oats before.
RED DRESS HASHERS
The Red Dress Hashers fol-
low the party scene. After partici-
pating in McGuire's Prediction
Race, they brightened the scene
at Paradise Bar and spent the
weekend at the Paradise Inn be-
fore returning home to Pensacola
and other Southeastern cities.
WINNING BARLEY WINE
Twenty-two Florida craft
breweries submitted over 70
beers to a panel of beer judges
and McGuire's "What the Gentle-
men on the Floor is Having" Bar-
ley Wine was awarded "Best of
Show" in Tampa following a
Florida Brewers Guild Festival
held on March 4. Just scoot
across the bridge to McGuire's
to have a glass, but hurry, it's
only brewed once a year. When
it's gone, it's gone.
Spring fever can be cured. If
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Be part of her Relay for Life
Team, April 28 at the Gulf Breeze
High School track. Contact
Maria for more information at
Darla Richardson, newly
crowned Beach Elk's Lodge
Vampire, hosted a Blood Drive
March 4 at the Lodge. Along with
the life saving blood donations,
the Lodge presented the North-
west Florida Blood Bank with a
$150 donation for their new
EASTER EGG HUNT
Get your rabbits in a row. The
Krewe of Junkanoo is hosting an
adult Easter Party at the
Shipping & Packaging Services
Fax & Copy Services
Printing & Document Finishing Services
Packaging & Moving Supplies
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362 Gulf Breeze Parkway
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from the Gulf
* 3 bedrooms, 21/2 baths
* 1600 sq. feet
* Gulfront Views from
Patio & Balcony
Sandshaker on April 15, begin-
ning at 2 p.m. Every Easter con-
test you've ever heard of and
some you have never heard of
before will start with an Easter
Egg Hunt inside the bar. Find
your best devilled egg recipe,
your most festive Easter bonnet,
and practice the bunny hop.
Complete details in the next is-
sue of Island Times.
Beach resident Sandy Franz,
Mortgage Loan Officer for
AmSouth Bank, has been chosen
as Chairman's Club Winner for
her sales performance, closing
over $24 million in mortgage and
cross-sales in 2005. She traveled
to New York to receive her honor.
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Boaters, cyclists and hikers
will be able to enter Ft. Pickens
on Saturday, April 1 but Super-
intendent Jerry Eubanks warns
that the day trip may be no walk
in the park.
"Although there is no cur-
rent road access and services will
be limited, we look forward to
having visitors back this season,"
He, then pointed out the con-
dition which will govern activi-
ties of the visitors. Don't bring
your tent, since no camping will
be allowed. The park will be open
from 8 a.m. to sunset.
The park was severely dam-
aged by hurricanes and visitors
should come prepared to watch
out for safety hazards, observe
closed areas and be aware of the
following when preparing for
L There will be no life-
guards on duty at the Fort
L Be safe and wear shoes
while walking on the beach or
while wading in the water
L Insects, including mos-
quitoes and yellow flies, are plen-
tiful so use repellent.
L Rattlesnakes are also
very abundant so watch your
L No fires are permitted.
L Pets are not allowed on
L Remember to carry and
drink plenty of water and to use
L The Firehouse Snack
Bar and Campground Store will
not be open so visitors will need
to bring all necessary equipment,
drinks and food.
L There is no provision
for trash collection; therefore, if
you pack it in, you must pack it
L Call 911 if there is an
On the bright side, the Fort
Buying? Selling? How To Do It.
A seminar, open to everyone
interested in the current real es-
tate market, will be hosted by the
Capital Gains Team on Thursday,
April 13 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the
Bay Beach Inn in Gulf Breeze.
The seminar will be infor-
mational only and no property or
services will be sold.
Members of the team will
present information on buying
and selling Beach property in the
2006 market, about 1031s, capi-
tal gains, deferring taxes and
The Capital Gains Team
includes professionals who are
involved in real estate transac-
tions. Seminar speakers will be
Kramer A. Litvak, Esq., Real
Estate Attorney; Michael D.
Thornton, CPA; Joseph
Woodall, independent mort-
gage broker; Charles H.
Reynolds, stockbroker; Daniel
Green, appraiser; Stu, Frankie,
Alan, and Kelley Reynolds,
Seminar speakers will focus
on the teamwork it takes to com-
plete real estate transactions. To
register for the seminar call 932-
Pickens Visitor's Center will be
open intermittently from 9:30
a.m. to 5 p.m. Rangers will con-
duct their regular fort tours ev-
ery day at 2 p.m. Restrooms will
be available at Fort Pickens, Bat-
tery Worth picnic area, Firehouse
Snack Bar and Battery Van
Remember it's a seven mile
trek from the gate to inside the
park and a seven mile trek back.
If you're a wimpy couch potato,
you may not be ready for the park
until the road opens. When will
says, "Recommendations to bet-
ter protect these roadways from
future storm events have been
developed and are under review.
Once approval has been received,
we will be required under the
National Environmental Policy
Act to complete an environmen-
tal analysis. We can expect con-
struction to begin as early as late
summer or fall of this year."
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Shopping Ctr (near Bruno's) 348 Gulf Breeze Pkwy
Take Out Available
STry our popular Caribbean Salad or Coconut Shrimp.
Choose Meatloaf or Crab Cakes from our Comfort Food Menu.
SFeast on Schweinbraten with a bottle of Bitburger Beer.
Dine on Desserts Cheesecake, Praline Strudel & Homemade Pie
TIME TO BUY on PENSACOLA BEACH?
Spring is here! The Beach is beautiful!
THINK POSITIVELY- THE BEACH IS COMING BACK BIG TIME!
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The BEACH TEAM as part of the CAPITAL GAINS TEAM
proudly invites you to attend the
CAPITAL GAINS TEAM INFORMATIONAL SEMINAR
THURSDAY, APRIL 13
i 7 to 9 PM ..
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;tu Learn about Ke
Buying and Selling Beach Property
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SHow to do a 1031 Exchange & other Tax Tips
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Owner Financing & much more
Seminar is for INFORMATION ONLY ~ NO SALES
lley & Alan
REGISTER NOW: 932-8884 or www.CapitalGainsTeam.com
The Capital Gains Team is made up of local professionals.
A Real Estate Attorney, CPA, Appraiser, Mortgage Expert, Stockbroker and fourRealtors.
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PAGE 10 Island Times March 29, 2006
T L22W JARD'5 TON
by E.K Hewson
Spring has sprung. The
grass has riz. I wonder where my
No, really, I wonder where
my husband is.
Last week spring eased its
way in to Havelock with tempera-
tures in the high 60s to low 70s
and everything starting to bloom,
including our lawn. As usual I
took my couple of hours of "me"
time on Saturday which normally
consists of a trip to the Commis-
sary to buy groceries or the War-
rior Library to return overdue
books and a quick workout at the
Devil Dog Gym or the Combat
Pool. Normally, when I return
from one of my Saturday after-
noon outings, I am greeted by my
two Harrys (husband and son)
who have spent many weekends
this past winter refurbishing a
1960s wooden lifeguard boat re-
covered off the Jersey Shore.
Young Harry always greets
me first and waylays me with
tales of how his dad let him use
power tools, that he had Sprite
to drink with lunch and quickly
asks if he can have a sleepover
with one of his friends.
Then Harry, my husband,
saunters over, gives me a kiss and
inquires as to how my afternoon
was. Getting better, I always
think to myself, as I survey what
is in front of me a Marine of-
ficer who has gracefully aged
over the past 18 years wearing
khakis, a blue chambray shirt and
leather Sperry Topsiders with no
socks. His full head of regulation
cut hair is almost completely gray
and on these afternoons it is pep-
pered with bits of sawdust, paint
and flecks of fiberglass. As al-
ways he helps me carry in and
put away the groceries and more
often than not we enjoy an ice
cold micro-brew beer while he
tells me about the progress he's
made on the boat or I ramble on
about the lack of selection of
books in our tiny base library.
So you can only imagine the
utter shock of it all when I re-
turned home on a most glorious
Saturday with the intent of de-
vouring gourmet hors d'oeuvres
while sipping a fine red wine
with my husband who is some-
times more like a fictionalized
character out of a Nicholas
Sparks novel only to be greeted
by a Larry the Cable Guy
"Harry, where is your dad?"
"Oh, he's out back cutting
That's what I was afraid of,
I think to myself. Yes, for all to
see, there sat my husband on a
bright orange lawn tractor wear-
ing jeans (not his sexy 501s),
work boots (bought them at Wal-
Mart), a sleeveless t-shirt (usu-
ally these end up as paint rags),
a ball cap (I didn't even know
he owned a ball cap), drinking
a Budweiser and cutting the
"Sweets, can you help with
me with the groceries?" I ask try-
ing to smile and not notice the
unnerving makeover of my hus-
"Can't sugar lips, it's gonna
rain soon and I gotta 'git-r-
done'!" he says.
While I put away the last of
the food, I replayed in my mind
the words "gonna" and "git-r".
I am not sure what happened to
my Yankee bred, English Lit ma-
jor husband last weekend, but
enjoyed the moment.
Until next time...
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This week I would like to ex-
plain some of the differences be-
tween professional shampoos and
the kind that you can buy at the
grocery store along with why us-
ing the right shampoo on the
wrong hair is not a good thing.
The first thing that I will tell
you is that there are good and bad
inboth choices of shampoos. The
biggest difference in profes-
sional, salon quality shampoo
and everyday, drug store sham-
poos is the chemical make-up.
The professional products are 3
to 4 percent water. Most sham-
poos available at the grocery
stores are 23 to 24 percent wa-
ter. Now, if you normally glob a
big handful of shampoo on your
hair anyway, then this really
doesn't matter. Salon grade
shampoos have less water, so are
more concentrated. You need a
smaller amount to get the desired
The same rule of thumb ap-
plies to conditioners.
Of course, the salon grade
products are more expensive and
with good reason. If a manufac-
turer supplies a shampoo which
boasts strength and protein en-
hancers, the protein molecule has
to be broken down small enough
to penetrate the hair shaft. This
is where the expense lies. Prod-
ucts can advertise that they have
all the protein in the world, even
if there is just a small amount in
the mixture. The protein does not
do any good unless it gets inside
the hair shaft. You might as well
put a pork chop on your head!.
As for"Pro-V," w\ lu1 is .lll '
A professional vitamin? Great
marketing, but get real.
As for the right shampoo for
the right hair, follow your hair
type to make a good choice.
Coarse red hair needs moisture.
Fine hair needs volume. Chemi-
cally treated hair needs some-
thing specifically designed for
Shampoos designed to help
ease a condition should be used
with caution. A common mistake
when using dandruff shampoos
is using them everyday. That can
actually make the problem worse.
Every third day should be just
There are a variety of prod-
ucts available,consult your hair-
dresser to find the right one for
you. The investment you make in
the correct shampoo and condi-
tioner is a step toward a more
beautiful you. If you have any
questions, call the Hair Hotline
Here's to good health and
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March 29, 2006
March 29. 2006 Island Times PAGE 11
Espo's Surf Report
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In the last few years
Pensacola has seen some of the
biggest and most powerful hur-
ricane waves in our history.
The outlook for the next 15
years seems like it will follow
You see, the cycle of hur-
ricane activity goes round ev-
ery 20 to 50 years or so.
Since(Erin/Opal) in 1995, ac-
tivity has been growing stron-
ger and will probably continue
to do so until around the year
2020 and the threat of the
most intense hurricanes, cat-
egories 3 to 5, is especially
high. That's not good.
Here's the way it works.
Hurricanes feed off warm ocean
waters of at least
(80degrees),like our Gulf. The
warmer the water, the better it is
for hurricanes. The waters also
need to be around 150feet deep,
because these storms churn up
seas so violently that they can
drag up cold water, which kills
the storm by cutting off its power
Hot, humid air rising off our
Gulf is the fuel that drives these
tropical storms and hurricanes.
As that moist air rises, it cools
and condenses into giant storm
clouds, at the same time unleash-
ing a large amount
powers these storms.
weather patterns a
tropical storms stra
here in Florida. Norm
area of high press
Atlantic and allows
bake under the tropic
The hurricanes spin
edge of it and track
Not this year!
predicting months a
would be a bad yea
canes, but the numb
is unprecedented, e
here in Florida.
Is it global warm
sure.That's a whole di
ject! Weather pattern
years, and we just do
enough to notice toc
tend to want to blam
for the storms. R
Mother Earth is in c
As surfers we f
trends in hope o0
waves,so it pays to le
as we can on how tl
And as locals of
area,we need to pay
we may stay safe.
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o many. We
am as much
Fish Tag Lottery
Local fishermen should re-
port all recapture of tagged fish
before March 31, 2006 to be en-
tered in the Tag Lottery. If the
tag belongs to a fish tagged off
participating long-line vessels,
you could win $500.
The project was initiated to
encourage commercial fishers to
report any tagged fish they re-
captured, but anyone can enter.
To report recaptures, call 1-800-
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Poker players are springing
up all over the Island on Mon-
day and Wednesday nights.
Texas Hold 'Em 4 Fun deals any-
one in at the local tables for a
t. little action and a lot of fun. The
play begins at 7 p.m.
David Osborne is rising in
the ranks as the guy to beat on
.io the Beach. He took home the win
at Paradise Bar and Grill, Mon-
day, March 8 and again on Mon-
day, March 13. Tim Rinker's
of heat that chips stacked up to a second
all this, the Monday, March 20, proved
re steering to be Tim Rinker's night to win
ight for us when he outlasted JeffLockwood
Ially, a large in heated action at Paradise Bar
re, the Ber- and Grill.
sits over the Poker players gathered in
the sea to downtown Pensacola Beach at
al sunshine, the oldest lounge on the Island
around the on Wednesday, March 15. Waldo
up the east Defindorfin took home top hon-
ors, with Fran Cox being
crowned runner-up at The Is-
isters were lander Lounge.
go that this March 22 play pitted Erin
r for hurri- Services against Tim Pinker in
er of storms a battle royal showdown. Erin
ven for us was the victor.
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Rj I Monday
_:::Start the week Shaker Style.
Try a Bushwacker!
Karaoke w/Jen at 7 Prizes for Singers
Mid Week Attitude Adjustment. Stop In.
Half Price Drinks w/Shaker T-Shirt
Karaoke w/Jen at 8 Prizes for Singers
Sat & Sun: Live Music
Shaker Saturdays April Nites 8 PM
1st Miles from Collrane: 8th Homeslillel
Shaker Sundays Tunes in the afternoon
April 2 King Friday 2 to 6 EVE
April 9 Mighty Mudsharls 3 to 7 EV YDAY
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Hop Over for the Easter Party
April 15 2 p.m
Adult Easter Egg Hunt Easter Bonnet Contest
Jelly Bean Guess Bunny Hop
Egg Fishing Deviled Egg Contest
PRIZES & FUN FOR EVERY BUNNY
March 29, 2006
Home of the Original
PAGE 12 Island Times March 29, 2006
A Cross in the Sand
By Dr. Chuck Randle
Pastor, Pensacola Beach Community Church
With the beginning of Lent
on Ash Wednesday, the Christian
community now is in that "In
Between Time" as we wait to
observe the events of Holy Week,
followed by our Easter celebra-
tion. The "in between time" of-
fers opportunity to move through
moments of introspection.
"Know thyself," has been a good
suggestion, for it is so easy to live
through our days and not take
time to examine the reasons for
our actions, or to establish a phi-
losophy of living that will be pro-
ductive and rewarding. It is so
easy to let each day come and go,
reacting to all the pressures and
opportunities without having
consciously worked out that phi-
losophy. Not to recognize a phi-
losophy is a philosophy in itself,
responding on the run with no
guidelines to offer stability and
direction. This "in between
time" canbe a wonderful forward
leap if we take advantage of it.
Perhaps sitting on the beach and
watching the waves come and go,
or sitting on a pier seeing the
ever-widening ripples of water,
or just watching the twinkling of
the stars on a dark night, could
afford the opportunity to "know
thyself." Or, perhaps a time of
quietness with soft music and a
book that presses us with some
hard questions to consider, would
be productive. This "in between
time" may be a wonderful oppor-
tunity for spiritual growth and
With the busy activities of
the summer, this may be the last
opportunity for quite a while to
Jim and Lila Cox became
Pensacola Beach Optimist Club
members just in time to help with
the April 8 Fiesta Fundraiser
which will be at Flounder's. The
Beach couplelook forward to
volunteer roles to support youth
activities including the upcoming
Pensacola Beach Elementary
School Oratorical Contest.
St. Ann Hosts March Events
St. Ann Parish which in-
cludes St. Ann Catholic Church,
Gulf Breeze and Our Lady of the
Assumption Mission, Pensacola
Beach will host the following
events at 100 Daniel Drive, Gulf
Thursday, March 30, 5:30
p.m. "Good Eats, Fast Treats"
Nutrition Workshop for parents.
St. Ann Discovery sponsors this
free workshop in Nickelsen Hall.
Refreshments at 5:30 p.m. fol-
lowed by program at 6 p.m. pre-
sented by Karen Jolly, registered
dietetic technician from Sacred
Heart Hospital. Parents will get
new ideas for healthy food
choices for children and learn
how good nutrition enhances
learning. Babysitting available
with RSVP to 932-9330.
Friday, March 31, 5-6:30
p.m. Lenten Fish Fry. Hosted
by the Knights of Columbus
Council 7272, a menu of fried
grouper and "all the fixin's" will
be offered along with optional
children's menu of grilled cheese
sandwich and fries. Cost is $5 per
adult, $3 per child. Proceeds sup-
Walk A Day Presentation Strolls Into Pensacola
The University of West
Florida Center onAging will host
a presentation by Exercise Immu-
nologist David Nieman April 27.
"A Walk a Day Keeps the Doctor
Away" will take place from 2 to
3 p.m. in the Azalea Trace Audi-
torium. A reception will be held
from 3 to 3:45 p.m., and refresh-
ments and light hors d'oeuvres
will be served. This event is free
and open to the public. No regis-
tration is necessary.
"Dr. Nieman is nationally
and internationally respected for
his contribution to the field of
exercise immunology," said Petra
Schuler, associate professor,
For more information, con-
tact Schuler at (850) 474-2596.
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front views of the re-
nourished shoreline alongA
the seashore that can not be
built on Gourmet kitchen
Includes custom cabinetry
with pull outs, granite counter
tops, and 18" porcelain tile
Built-in theater surround
sound and speakers in the
great room perfect for
entertaining Huge master suite includes a spacious bath with whirlpool
jets and a palatial shower Gated community with pool and pier
3 BR/ 2BA, 2400 sf
Island Realty of Pensacola Beach
49 Via de Luna Pensacola Beach
jeremy gulfcoastparadise. corn
March 29, 2006
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CRAB & SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES
0 Fried Shrimp f Great Steaks
# Upstairs Beach View dining
f Living Reef Aquarium Bar
Outdoor Gulfside beck
All You Can Eat
Open 7 days a week
S Maryland Soft Se.
Alaskan snow jonah Stone King Celab
S Oysters & Wings
am Monday -Friday
Look for the RED ROOF at the
traffic light on Pensacola Beach
March 29, 2006