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September festivals on Pensacola Beach are for winners. The three day Jamaican Fest will award trophies to the two person team who can paddle an unwieldy bath
tub around a course in Santa Rosa Sound the fastest. Seated on the edge of the tubs is the best way to paddle according to experts (front row, L to R) Jenna Stanfield,
Samantha Wiggins and Jamie Kirk. ShakerFest will celebrate thirty-seven years of selling bushwackers at the Sandshaker and will crown a Shaker Queen on September
12. Sandi Johnson (back row, center) will turn over her crown to the contestant who earns the most votes, The Beach Chamber's Taste of the Beach, September 18-19
showcases the island's culinary delights. Festival attendees will vote for the best dish. Island chefs who have been stirring up secret recipes are (L to R): Flounder's Dennis
Moore, Jere Doyle and John Flaningan of Crab's, and Chef Gregg McCarthy of The Grand Marlin. For more on this story, see page 2.

Sing A Song Of Sweet September

Go Jamaican on
the Boardwalk
Love September. The next
three weekends will be a beach
lovers dream come true. Romantic
Jamaica moves to the Boardwalk for
Bamboo Willie's annual Jamaican
Festival over Labor Day, September
3, 4 and 5. Highlights of the event
will be three days of live music by
reggae bands, pop bands, and all
kinds of great bands on the Bamboo
Willie's stage, the Quietwater Am-
phitheater stage, and on the Bimini
Bar Stage.
The Anything That Floats, Bath
Tub Races and the Bikini Contest
will be featured on Sunday. Partici-
pants in the Tub Races can sign up
at anytime paying a $30 entry fee
and filling out a brief form. Entries
will be accepted at Bamboo Willie's

Bamboo Willie's
September 3
4 pm The Shiz
9 pm Reggae V

September 4
Noon Reggae V
5 pm Heritage
10 pm The Shiz

September 5
1 pm The Amig
5 pm Jamaican
8 pm Vibe Irie
Bamboo Willie's
Sunday, Septemi
2 pm Anything
2 pm Bath Tub

That Floats

up to the 2 p.m. race time. Rules
require two persons per tub. Racing
begins at 2p.m. inthe Sound behind
Bamboo Willie's.
New this year is a special kids
category for paddling around in a
floating tub. This event is free and
will begin at 2 p.m. on Saturday.
In the Anything That Floats
division, bring your own homemade
boat, the wackier the better. Prizes
are awarded for wild boat decor. Just
be sure it floats or you may earn the
Most Dramatic Sinker award.
Proceeds from the events go to
the Beach Chamber of Commerce.
The Jamaican Festival is an all
inclusive event on the Boardwalk
with a Merchants Sidewalk Sale and
Jamaican food booths. Music will
be on three stages all weekend long.
For more on this festival go to

September 5
3 pm Destiny Reggae

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Who Will Be The
Queen of the
The sixth annual ShakerFest,
September 10-12 will take the
Beach to new musical and royal
heights when the popularbar crowns
its queen followed by Lektric Mullet
playing on the final day of the three
day event.
This year's Queen will receive
a special Shaker necklace compli-
ments of Jewelers Trade Shop.
She will also receive two weekend
passes to DeLuna Fest with special
seating in the Shaker tent during
that event. She will be invited to the
Mardi Gras Queen's Dinner and will
ride in the Beach Mardi Gras parade

and Christmas parades.
It's easy to enter the Shaker
Queen contest. Entry forms are
available on Page 19 of this paper
and can be picked up at the Shaker.
The queen candidate who sells
the most votes at one dollar each
wins the coveted honor. Proceeds
are donated to the Beach Chamber
and local charities.
The Shaker will host a number
of royal happenings before the
Queen's Coronation including a
Kahlua Luau under the tent on Sat-
urday afternoon followed by music
by The Astronauts. There will be
drink specials and giveaways start-
ing on Friday and lasting the entire
weekend. For more information, go
to www.sandshaker.com.

ShakerFest Schedule

Friday, September 10
9 PM Trunk Monkey

Saturday, September 11
4 PM 8 PM Kahlua Luau
with music by Soundside
9 PM -1 AM Astronauts

Sunday, September 12
4 PM 8 PM Lektric Mullet
6 PM Shaker Queen

Gourmet Foods Served Gulfside at Taste of the Beach

It's not a seafood festival.
It's a whole lot better. This year,
twenty-two local restaurants will be
competing for the People's Choice
Award, while at the same time, of-
fering their signature dishes to the
crowds who attend the Taste of the
Beach on Casino Beach, September
"The Taste of the Beach has be-
come one of the most popular events
on Pensacola Beach," Jeff Elbert,
president of the Beach Chamber of
Commerce said.
The Chamber sponsors the
The restaurants offer generous
portions of their most famous dishes
at very reasonable prices. You can
eat at the site under the Gulf front
dining tent, take your food home
or both.
There is never a dull moment
on Casino Beach between 11 a.m.
and 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
Choose your foods from the
following list and don't forget to
vote for the one you liked best in
the People's Choice:

Beach Pops Organic Popsicles
Bullfeathers Fall off the Bone Ribs
Castaways Jerk Chicken Skewers,
Crab's We Got 'Em Crab Cake Sliders,
She Crab Soup
Dog House Deli Cajun Red Beans &
Rice, Hot Dogs & Banana Pudding
Famous Dave's Pensacola-Mini Texas
Beef Brisket Sandwiches

Flounder's Flounder's Chowder,
Shrimp & Veggie Kabobs
Grand Marlin Island Ceviche, Shrimp &
Andouille Etouffee
Hemingway's Fish Tacos, Rice &
Beans, Key Lime Pie
Hilton's H20 Crab Cake Salad with
Cilantro Vinaigrette, Mahi Sliders
Hooters- Naked Wings, Breaded Wings
and Drums with Dipping Sauces
Lillo's Sausage Sliders, Crab Balls
Margaritaville Beach Hotel- Mini Beach-
comber Burgers
Frank & Lola Love Pensacola Cafe -
Seafood Mac & Cheese
Native Cafe Famous Florida Fish Ta-
cos, Tuna Dip, Key Lime Pie, Homemade
Paradise Bar and Grill Mini Cuban
Sandwich & Shrimp Salad
Sandshaker- Bushwacker
Sidelines Fresh Fried Grouper Nug-
gets, Steamed Shrimp
Surf Burger Grilled Shrimp Tacos, An-
douille Red Beans and Rice
The Dock Jan's Famous Corn & Crab
Music, dancers, and exotic
automobiles will provide entertain-
ment for the Taste of the Beach
patrons including:
10 to 3 Miracle Strip Corvette Show
11 to 1 Chard Melon Cherries
1 to 3 Hush Puppies
3 to 4 Tomato
3 PM Crab Racing with the World
Famous Seadog
10 to 3 Panhandle Cruisers Shine
and Show
11 to 12 UWF Dance Team
12 to 2 Dancingly Yours
Dance Troupe
2 to 4 Petty Cash
3 PM Crab Racina with Seadoa

Seadog will make his first ever
appearance at the Taste of the Beach
when he brings Crab Racing to the
festival area. Races begin at 3 p.m.
Anew crab named Chamber Charlie
will be at the starting gate ready to
scamper his way to victory.
The Miracle Strip Corvette
Club hosts its annual "Life's a Vette
at the Beach" Corvette Show Sat-
urday, September 18, in the Casino
Parking Lot from 10 to 3 p.m.
"We are inviting the public
to come and help us celebrate
America's sports car from the
1950s to 2010. Last year we had
115 entries," said Beach resident
and show coordinator Rick Gordon.
For the second year, a Taste of
the Beach insulated travel tumbler
will be available at the Be Kind To
the Beach Tent hosted by Pensacola
Beach Advocates. The PBA's envi-
ronmental committee, chaired by
Lila Cox, sponsors and coordinates
this initiative in an effort to keep
plastic water bottles out of the
landfill. Proceeds of the sales go to
the Chamber.
Maybe you thought September
was a blah month when kids start
back-to-school and parents breathe
a sigh of relief. Forget blah. Think
Festival. Three of them one week
after another. Fabulously differ-
ent from Jamaican Fest to The
ShakerFest to Taste of the Beach.
Think fun.

Jamaican Fest Entertainment
Stage Quietwater Amphitheater
September 3
5 pm Kings of Zion
ibes September 4
Noon Fat Lipped Fish
ibes 5 pm Kings of Zion
September 5
1 pm Fat Lipped Fish
Bimini Bar Stage
os September 3
Fest Bikini Contest 7 pm The Amigos
September 4
Soundfront Beach 2 pm Destiny Reggae
ber 5 7 pm The Amigos


Island Times

September 3, 2010

September 3, 2010 Island Times PAGE 3

Barefoot on the Beach


By Jane Waters Cooper 16

Every year about this time I get
nostalgic yearning for a long gone
beach custom which I thought was
timeless. I thought it would never
end. It was a tribal ritual, belonging
only to the Beach Family, never to
be changed in any way. It was the
Beach Bum of the Year Awards, a
red carpet event, by invitation only.
It was always held in some public
bistro where any outsiders lingering
there were quickly hustled away. I
never knew quite how this was ac-
complished, but I could guess it was
something like, "Move along, Dude.
We're about to eat our Saturday night
Snake dinner."
The Beach Family jumped
over Labor Day, looking forward to
the next weekend. The tourists and
tourist flies were gone. Excitement
was in the air.
Even as the Council of Winos
was meeting to evaluate the "poor
as church mice" claims of the can-
didates, there were guessing parties
in progress all over the Beach. Who
would get the signal honor? Who
would be King Bum? There were
so many possibilities, but only one
would wear the crown.
Amid solemn pomp and circum-
stance and the clinking of long necks,
Chuck Steele, the Chief Wino, would
tell us who our patron saint would
be for the coming year. We would
find out who lived among us with no
visible means of support. It all came
together as the treasured highlight
of the Beach family's social season.
About the Pomp and Circum-
stance. Chuck, added quirky events
in an effort to drag the coronation
out as long as possible. The Beach
Bums stage was anywhere, fitting
for the Kings of Nothing, a pool table

at Dirty Joe's, the sand beachbehind
the Tiki Lounge, and later Dirty Joe's
East which had a sound system. The
sound system was a nice upgrade,
but it really didn't make much differ-
ence because the audience was busy
clinking long necks and guessing out
loud who the Bum would be. They
hadn't really come to the ten p.m.
ceremony to hear the results of the
other warm up awards which were
close to Chuck's heart.
There was the Biggest Sandspur
Contest. Many folks brought their
entries in the plastic sandwich bags
as specified in the rules. Chuck mea-
sured and weighed each entry with
his minute scientific instruments. He
did all this in spite of the knowledge
that Sandy Watkins planted and
tended a garden of sandspurs all year
long. She was always the winner.
Always. She knew she deserved the
honor. Who else was growing giant
sandspurs in their yards?
Chuck also announced the name
of the Statesman of the Year. A per-
son he gleaned out of a bunch of
politicians nationwide who couldn't
even spell statesman.
He drew a round of mild ap-
plause when he announced the
restaurant which won the Haute
Cuisine award for providing the
worst gastronomical experience.
Then, there was the Scavenger
Hunt which went on for a week
leading up to the Awards Night.
Teams would pick up their lists at
Bobby D's which were about the
same every year. A live skink and
a live tourist were always included.
The SOB Team could never bring
itself to pick up a live skink but
they always found a willing (male)
tourist to go with them to the count

down. Team SOB usually won, but
it was never etched in stone the way
the Sandspur Contest was.
Chuck was a Master of Sus-
pense. One time, Alice Aman
Ramsey, an original member of the
Beach family, came down from her
house in Alabama and read a poem
which seemed to stretch the length
of Via de Luna.
The Rookie Beach Bum of the
Year was announced just prior to the
Big Beach Bum. The Rookie was
usually young and well qualified by
virtue of his unemployment status.
He might later become the Beach
Bum of the Year or he might move
to New York City and become rich.
Finally, Chuck stepped to the
table and picked up the royal t-shirt
and the roving trophy. The selected
Bum would get to keep his t-shirt,
but the trophy remained in his care
for only one year. The trophy was a
vintage two foot piece of driftwood,
varnished and polished. Down in the
corner the Council of Winos had
added a small plastic elfin doll. It
was a symbol of some kind, I think.



The bums were a roster of no-
torious characters, dating from the
first awards in the seventies until the
last in 2004.
The greatest task ever per-
formed by the Council of Winos
was when they presented the Beach
Bum of the Millennium in 2000. His
selection had to be obvious to every-
one. Pure, simple and unchallenged.
Harry Gowens, of course. That same
Harry owned several beach houses
(the space ship and two A frames),
The Junkyard Restaurant, the Real
Acme Junkyard in town, and about
fifty automobiles, give or take a few.
But, in Harry's own testimony,
in 2000, all he had was his faded
pair of blue jeans and a rope belt to
hold them up, t-shirts, and scuffed
topsiders. He did live in one of his
A frames, but that was acceptable.
He also helped Wally Pecevich in
his demolition business for no pay.
I can remember when it was not
politically correct to say "job" or
"work" while in Harry's presence.
When the Beach Bum Awards
faded away, the Council of Winos

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locked the doors to their meeting
hall and went off to smoke pork
butts. Chuck, the steady former
Marine Corps pilot, moved to
Mexico Beach. It all ended without
ceremony, the way it had started.
No weeping, wailing, and gnashing
of teeth.
Oh, then silly me, why am I so
sad? Well, I was the Beach Bum of
the Year in 1995, along with other
diva Bums, Renee Mack, 2004; Nini
Baird, 1980, and Judy L'Oignon,
Beach Bum of the Century. Being
the Beach Bum of the Year changed
me. It humbled me. I thought a lot
about it at the time and have ever
since. Now, I know life's greatest
blessing is the love of family and
friends. I am grateful to know who
I was then, who I am now, and for
what I have.
Renee has possession of the
antique trophy. It has survived Opal
at my house, Ivan and Dennis at
Renee's house.
"You know that trophy led a
charmed life," Chuck said.
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Michelle and Daphne should
be very proud of their mama Diane
Tyson, who emailed the first cor-
rect answer to the last trivia. Since
it was a back-to-school issue, the
Trivia Master was trying to find
out if anyone could remember the
name of the very first kindergarten
teacher at the Beach School. Diane
Tyson knew it was Connie Sadler.
She is the proud owner of a new
The Beach School opened in
1977 with a lot of nudging in the
right places by Harry Gowens.
Michelle and Daphne were among
Connie Sadler's first kindergart-
ners. They are now both married
and have families of their own. But
they still have fond memories of
the years they spent in the Beach
Mike Willett's mom probably
had something to do with his cor-
rect answer. Glenda Willett was
the Teacher-in-Charge when the

school first opened. Mike, the
beach poet, wrote "Connie Sadler
was her name when she taught kin-
dergarten. She is now, I believe,
Connie Bennett. Peace. MW."
Kim Schmidt, a ferocious
competitor, was the runner up
with the correct answer which she
found online. Is Kim trying for a
seat at the Roundtable?
Then, answers always come
to tickle the Trivia Master's funny
bone. (Did you know the Funny
Bone is behind the elbow?)
Chuck Steele wrote, "It was
Papa Joe in the old Driftwood
Schoolhouse in the Sugar Bowl. I
remember it well."
Did Chuck get his answer
from his brilliant neighbor, Capt.
The Trivia Master just has to
mention Joanne Brooks, Queen of
Wrong Answers.
"This one is too hard," she
wrote. "Nan Harper is my wild

guess and probably only applies
to children who spoke Spanish."
(Nan was the High School Spanish
teacher in Gulf Breeze.)
The Trivia Master awards
Joanne and Chuck, Disappearing
Trophies for adding humor to
this column's serious pursuit of
It's Labor Day weekend and
the Trivia Master says if you can
answer the following question
correctly, before any other trivia
player, you will get the shirt.
"What is the laziest country of
all the developed nations?"
Better hurry on this one.
The rules are the same. Email
your answer with "trivia" in the
subject line to iLidtliiics a bcllI-
south.net. Be sure to include your
name and phone number withyour
answer. The first emailer with the
correct answer wins a coveted
Island Times shirt.
The deadline is September 14.

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The low speed limit on Island
avenues lends itself to electric ve-
hicles, so more and more are show-
ing up on the Beach. Speaking of
showing up, Kathi Lewis noticed
that Chuck Brower (he used to be
Offshore, now he's Onshore Chuck)
came to the Splash Party at Paradise
in his golf cart. His cool paint job
on "Baby" is a beach scene that
includes the famous iconic Beach
Ball. He's not finished yet and plans
to add the fish sign at a later date.
G. Cole will have some competition
for the Best Beach Buggy contest.
Sonny Campbell and Beverly
Boswell will be married in a private
ceremony in Key West tomorrow.
The Sandshaker Lounge co-owners
will honeymoon in the Islands be-
fore returning to their Maldonado
Drive home. Congrats.
When Tracy McDonald peered
out of his window on August 25
it looked like a scene from Hitch-
cock's movie The Birds. His friends
had his yard decorated with black
crows to celebrate his sixtieth
Tom Fitzgerald has someone he

really looks up to his son Thomas
- who sprang up to over six feet tall
this summer. Thomas is an honor
student in tenth grade at GulfBreeze
High School and is officially taller
than his dad.
For twenty years Jim Cox has
been Lila's beau, so they took a
trip to the Beau Rivage to celebrate
their August 23 anniversary. Joining
them were DJ and Carl Zemenick
who chalked up 19 years of mar-
riage the next day. The Beach
couples were wowed at the Balagan
Capt JR of Blue Marlin Water
Taxi was a bit nervous during the
bad weather on August 21. The
salty boat captain had been tasked
with delivering the Nereids royalty
to the pier at the Paradise Bar. They
arrived safely and mostly dry thanks
to his nautical knowledge.
Eileen Cywaniowicz, a long-
time Beach Visitor's Center volun-
teer, says her daughter has a lucky
streak a mile wide. On a recent
shopping trip to Atmore the lucky
lady tried a few slot machines at
Wind Creek and came home with a
$50,000 win. Eileen is hoping some
of that luck will rub off on her.

Aloha Kay and Pete Amberson returned to the Beach after
celebrating their forty-seventh wedding anniversary in Hawaii where
they attended luaus and visited Pearl Harbor. Kay's brother Randy
and wife Linda, who lived in Hawaii for six years, expertly showed
them around the islands.

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Island Times

September 3, 2010

Party House Fined $500 For Breaking Rules

The Santa Rosa Island Author-
ity made it crystal clear to those
who rent large houses on Ariola
Drive for the purpose of throw-
ing large receptions and parties
will have to abide by the rules. A
violation of the permitting rules
appeared on the agenda at the
August 25 Committee meetings
and the property was fined $500
as an after-the-fact penalty for not
having a large event permit. In ad-
dition, the SRIA raised the security
deposit for 902 Ariola to $500.
The more stringent rental rules are
designed to keep the problems of
noise, parking, traffic and trash to a
minimum. Nearby neighbors have
been seeking relief by appearing at
Authority meetings over a period of
months, and supplied photos to the
Board of the recent events.
Concerts and the problems
they generate were high on the
SRIA's list of priorities.
Scott Wheatley of the Five
Flags Tourism Group which is
promoting DeLuna Fest on Casino
Beach October 15 and 16, received
Board approval to include a third

In the August 24 edition of
Island Times, Barefoot on the
Beach chronicled the work of DJ
Zemenick and Melanie Waite who
are turtle watchers. Each evening
they would patrol the beach to
identify new sea turtle nests. In an
effort to protect the hatchlings, the
nests were being relocated to other
After nearly two months of
work to translocate sea turtle nests
on Florida's Northwest coast, the
unprecedented operation was sus-
pended in mid-August as surveys
found healthy, unoiled Sargassum
available to hatchlings entering the
Gulf. This type of seaweed is the
main habitat for hatchlings.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC),
working with partners from the U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service decided
sea turtle nests will remain to hatch
naturally on Florida's Panhandle
beaches. Biologists determined

day of concerts on Sunday, Oct.
17, which would be free and the
headliner would be Willie Nelson.
Bob West, SRIA Safety Direc-
tor, set the tone for the discussion
which followed concerning night
time safety at the concert.
"There is no way I can save
swimmers in the Gulf of Mexico
after dark," West said.
In an effort to close the beach
to swimmers during the concert,
Wheatley suggested they would
seek an air show sponsor, so the
Gulf waters would be closed by air
show permitting authorities.
"I think this fits and is a fun
way to separate us from other
events," Wheatley said. "We would
like to post the double red flag
which would close the Gulf to
swimmers during the entire three-
day event."
Board members were not sure
who had the authority to block the
swimmers away.
Board member Fred Gant said,
"Everyone may not appreciate be-
ing closed off from going into the
water. The duration and closing

that the risks to hatchlings emerging
from beaches and entering waters
off Florida's Northwest Gulf coast
have diminished significantly under
current conditions. The nest trans-
locations began in June to protect
sea turtle hatchlings from potential
impacts from the BP oil spill in the
Gulf of Mexico.
"This is the very best possible
news," said FWC Chairman Rodney
Barreto. "The translocation of these
nests was a last resort to make sure
the hatchlings had a fighting chance
of survival, so we are pleased to
announce a suspension of the pro-
After leaving the beach, hatch-
lings head offshore and inhabit areas
where surface waters converge and
are characterized by lines of float-
ing material, especially Sargassum.
Post-hatchlings within this habitat
are observed to be low-energy
float-and-wait foragers that feed on
a wide variety of floating items at

of the beach, I can't get my arms
Board member Dave Pavlock's
motion for the SRIA to approve the
requests and forward them to the
County to approve and give input
passed by a vote of five to one with
Gant dissenting.
Robert Rinke, Levin and Rinke
Realty, appeared again to discuss
his request for $500,000 to be
allocated for a stage, so concerts
could be brought to the Beach. He
explained how his previous BP
funding granted through the Tourist
Development Council had finally
gone to DeLuna Fest.
"The goal was to bring music
to the Beach and that has been ac-
complished," Rinke said.
But he has in no way given
up on his stage and the ongoing
concerts he had in mind.
"We would like to see a con-
cert series of a non-profit nature,"
Rinke said. "If you start now there
could be something powerful for
the spring."
The free concerts would be
located on the stage on the Margari-

or just below the water's surface.
Cindy Dohner, the U.S. Fish
and Wildlife Service's Southeast
Regional Director added, "Our
partners played a vital role in
executing this translocation work
from the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
and the Kennedy Space Center to
FedEx, NOAA, the National Fish
and Wildlife Foundation, and the ex-
isting network of local volunteers."
In Florida, 262 nests were ex-
cavated along the Northwest coast.
The eggs were carefully placed in
specially prepared foam coolers and
driven by FedEx Custom Critical
trucks to Kennedy Space Center on
Florida's east coast.
For more information on the
sea turtle nest rescue effort, go to
www.fws.gov/northflorida. To re-
port sightings of oiled wildlife, call
866-557-1401. For more informa-
tion on sea turtle conservation, visit

taville property. The Board passed
a motion to direct staff to gather
more information about an island
concert series in the Spring and to
refer this item back to the Special
Projects committee.
The Island Authority members
had shown major concern about the
quality of the water now that the
raging oil well has been capped
and subdued. In fact, the Board
has included a line item in its cur-
rent budget of $40,000 to partner
with University of West Florida
in the study of Beach and water
Dr. Richard Snyder of UWF
gave a comprehensive report of the
current safety of the water.
"UWF was funded to sample
and test oil and map where it is,"
said Snyder. "This will go on for an
entire year. We were taking water
twice per week with the results the
next day. We have found very little
oil. The dispersed oil has not come
Dr. Snyder did point out they
are doing a number of studies and
testing over the long term.
"We are worried about the
fisheries, marshlands, ecosystems,
and environmental degradation.
This will impact and cascade into
the future," he said.
Committees addressed the fol-
lowing items:

> Master Plan: Awaiting the hir-
ing of an engineering firm to study
and review conceptual plan. Final
answer is several months away.
> Steering Committee: Keep it
together until a decision is made on
the Master Plan.
> Parking on Ft. Pickens Road:
North side the County will decide
on shoulder parking. South side a
plan is in the works for a 29 unit
parking lot.
> Alvin's Island: Request to
install 12 lighted window boxes was
referred to the Full Board to further
consider and review turtle lighting
> Cabana Bar Bandstand: At
the site of the former Comfort Inn.
South Harbour neighbors complain.
Goes to the Full Board.
> Walkover: Second story
pedestrian bridge to connect the
Hilton and the Holiday Inn which
is still under construction. A public
beach access runs under the bridge
and will not be impeded. Request
> RV Park: Holiday Holdings
was granted the lease extension
request to twenty years in order to
get financing for the RV park at the
former Tiki House hotel site.
The Full Board of the Island
Authority will meet at 5 p.m. on
Wednesday, September 8. All meet-
ings are open to the public.

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Most of the time being late is
considered a flaw. Sometimes it can
be a good thing. Since I have yet to
completely dry out since the Splash
Party, I mixed up the newspaper
deadline in my soggy brain matter. I
thought it was the Tuesday after the
Splash Party (which was actually
our publication date), but a message
from my Editor reminded me of an
"early" deadline on Saturday. Now
it's Sunday, August 29 and I'm of-
ficially late. What's the point?
Well for one that's just how my
week started. For another, I saw a
double rainbow this evening as the
sun set. Okay, so the sun actually
only showed up at sunset but hey,
I'll take what I can get. I always
love the sunsets and even a single
rainbow; but a double? You really
don't see this often and my neigh-
bor, Tony Scott said it was the first
he'd ever seen. Just goes to prove,
you can't have a rainbow without
the rain.
But you can take a monsoon
and turn it into a "Splash Party" if
you play with the Mystic Krewe

of Nereids. Islanders and visitors
both proved their ability to adapt,
survive and have fun while being
completely drenched for hours as
our cups "ranneth over." Although
it was a smaller crowd because of
the torrential downpour we still
raffled over 80 prizes in just three
hours. Betcha wish you'd braved
the monsoon now, huh? I hope so
because all these prizes were a very
earnest attempt to help bring patrons
to local businesses.
Little did we know when we
arranged for Queen Courtney and
King Jim Winstead to arrive by
boat at the Paradise dock what a
royal affair it would be; but Capt. JR
fulfilled our request and our royalty
arrived in style in the Blue Marlin
Water Taxi. Capt. JR even provided
refreshments aboard. After he part-
nered with me in a water gun battle,
I thought we'd all need a boat just
to get home.
Mary Drees attended well
prepared in a rain poncho that she
never removed even under the tent!
Husband Morrie had everyone


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laughing when he arrived dressed
as a "BP Official" costumed in the
biggest black trash bag I've ever
seen. He was a volunteer in the
dunking tank and I had the pleasure
(and biggest surprise of the evening)
of dunking him on my first throw.
Oh it was definitely a fluke; I knew
that even as it happened. But that
didn't make it any less fun! I was
really hamming it up and trash talk-
ing because I know I can't throw, so
I was more surprised than anyone
(even Morrie)!
Marilyn LeNormand was the
Mermaid in charge of the dunking
tank and she did a wonderful job.
But then, who can refuse our pre-
cious little Marilyn? Not Chuck
(Stained) Steele for sure. He and
Lynn Cieutat traveled over from
Mexico Beach just for the honor of
being a "dunkee." Marilyn even
had Gary Cole golf carted down.
I dunked him, too, but only with
a little assistance from friend Kim
My daughter Mel also volun-
teered in the dunking tank and was
dunked twice by her nine-year-old
son Jesiah.
All of the other games had to
be cancelled because of the rain
except the water gun fight which
raged continually all afternoon and
into the evening.
Mermaid Peggy Henshall and
husband George of Cajun Stitchery
provided the official "Splash Party"
hats and caps for sale. If you forgot
to get one of these, contact the near-
est Mermaid.
None of this could be ac-
complished without a "little help

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from our friends" so thanks for all
of your support! While we had
friends from the Krewe of Wrecks
and Junkanoos, the majority of lo-
cals present were from the Wooly
Booger Social Club.
It's time for this week's recipe
which is being shared by Lila Cox.
Lila uses her "home grown" herbs
in making this delicious Pork Roast.
She shared these along with recipes
last year at the SOB tent for the
Art & Wine Weekend. Fresh herbs
always enhance a recipe. It's time
to cook......
Garlic Roasted Pork Loin
3 /2 to 4 lb. boneless center-cut pork
6 mashed garlic cloves
%2 tbsp. kosher salt
1 tbsp. finely chopped fresh sage
1 tbsp. finely chopped fresh rosemary
1 tsp. freshly ground black pepper
1 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil
Combine garlic, sage, rose-
mary, pepper and olive oil in a food
processor and blend to form a paste.
Rub the paste all over the loin, wrap
in plastic wrap and marinate in re-
frigerator overnight. Remove meat
one hour before cooking to bring
to room temperature. Preheat over
to 450 degrees, place meat on rack
in shallow roasting pan and roast
for 15 minutes in very hot oven.
Reduce heat to 300 degrees and
roast for 1 hours or until internal
temp reaches 145 to 150 degrees.
Remove from oven and tent loosely
with foil for 15 minutes before carv-
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plenty of leftovers.
Enjoy, share and use those
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The Mystic Krewe of Nereids
wish to express their appreciation
and thanks to the following busi-
nesses for their participation and
contribution to this year's Splash
Party 2010. We continue to encour-
age everyone in the area to support
these establishments and hope that
all who won the incredible prizes
they contributed will use them
quickly or share them with someone
who can.
All About Me Salon
Aloha Wine & Liquor
Bamboo Willie's
Beach Pops
Blue Marlin Water Taxi
Bonifay Water Sports
Cajun Stitchery
Capt'n Fun
Danah's Hair Studio
Dancingly Yours
DJ's Beach Cafe
Dog House Deli
Elks Lodge
Emerald Coast Multi Media
Go Fish
Gulf Fishing Pier
Hemingway's Island Grill
Island Times
Key Sailing
Lazy Day Beach Rentals
Lee Tracy on the Boardwalk
Melanie Waite
Native Cafe
Paddy O'Leary's
Papa's Pizza
Paradise Bar & Grill
Paradise Inn
Pensacola Trolley Tours
Radical Rides
Sabine Sandbar
Sandshaker Lounge
Studio 98 Hair Design
The Fun Store
Tiki Island

Very special thanks to Island
Times (Shelley Johnson), Paradise
Bar and Grill (Renee Mack) and
Blue Marlin Water Taxi (Capt. JR)!
Y'all are wonderful friends and we
are lucky, lucky mermaids.
Best wishes and mermaid kiss-
es from the Nereids.

September 3, 2010 Island Times PAGE 7

I would like to thank the beach
community for their warm welcome
over this past year. For those who
do not know, my name is Fr. Paul
Lambert, a Roman Catholic priest
assigned to St. Ann's Catholic Par-
ish which includes St. Ann Catholic
Church in Gulf Breeze and Our
Lady of the Assumption Mission
on Pensacola Beach. Many of you
know the pastor of St. Ann Catholic
Parish, Msgr. Luke Hunt.
I have been given a wonderful
opportunity to learn from him and
to be formed by this great com-
munity of Pensacola Beach. I have
been going to the beach since I was
diapers. My Dad had, and still does
have, a wonderful love of the beach.

I spent the first 12 years of my life
growing up in central Long Island
on the north shore. Just about every
family outing included the beach.
When we moved to Palm
Harbor, Florida nothing changed.
The beach was our most fond
It became even more so when
we moved into Island Estates,
which is a community similar to
Gulf Breeze in that it was an island
just before getting to the barrier
island, although Gulf Breeze is
actually on a peninsula.
It was just fitting that after my
college and seminary education
that I would find myself serving a
beach community. I have found that

there is something really special
and spiritual about living near
the water. It reminds of the times
Jesus would preach near the shore
during his years of ministry. Of
how he would take a boat out into
the water so that everyone could
hear him as his voice echoed off
the water.
The Gulf of Mexico with its
vastness reminds me of the awe-
some power and reach that God
has in our lives.
The next time you find yourself
on the beach, if you are not there
already, take some time in silence to
take in the beauty of God's creation.
Let us thank God for what he has
given us, a glimpse of Heaven.

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Returning Pensacola Beach
Elementary School students wel-
comed the following new class-
mates: First Grade- Taylor Brame,
Ryan Johnson, Sean Connors and
James Kelly; Second Grade Aus-
tin Burkett, Kate Costlow, Alana
DePascalis, Libbie Frierdick,
Barrett Heritage, Jude Hunter,
Elise Kersh, Jackie and Jenny
Molyneaux, and Shyanne Plough;
Third Grade Chloe Kauffman,
Kimberly Nobles, John McDow-
ell, Erin Johnson, Jaeden Armitage
and Tekoah Roby; Fourth Grade
- Mackenzie Brasher, Garrett
Brasher, Maison Harrell, Anna-
belle Owens, Allyson Self, Colten
Smith, Sydney Truax and Aysha

Williams. The list of new fifth
grade students will appear in the
next edition.
The FCAT scores are used to
rank Florida schools on a statewide
scale. The Beach School ranked
thirteenth out of 1,792 elementary
schools and twenty-first out of 3,051
schools statewide according to Prin-
cipal Jeff Castleberry.
Beach resident Marilyn Petz-
inger has come aboard as a second
grade teacher to assist Debbie Cam-
panella with her 27 students. The
Beach School Board approved her
employ at their August 30 meeting.
One additional staff member will be
added to support Margie Pitts and

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Tara Turk with the fourth and fifth
grade students.
Beach School teachers took
time out of their planning day on
August 20 for a special luncheon
hosted by the Beach School Board
at The Grand Marlin. Jennifer Neal
noted that it was a real treat and a
great way to kick off the new year.
There will be no classes on
Labor Day, Monday, September
6. School will resume on Tuesday,
Sept. 7.
Standardized Testing schedule
has changed. Florida Writes will
be administered in March and the
FCAT math, science and reading
will be given in April.


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the first day with their wild sunglasses. Their teacher Jennifer Neal
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Shehane, Hollyn Will, Kyle Farej, and Kendall McCurdy are so bright.

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Saturday & Sunday September 18 & 19

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Be Kind to the Beach Booth
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Taste of the Beach Travel Tumblers
with free water refills!
Recycling area for cans & plastic cups.
Reuse, Reduce, Recycle

Entertainment Schedule:


Miracle Strip Corvette Show
Chard Melon Cherries
Hush Puppies

Panhandle Cruisers Shine & Show

11 to Noon UWF Dance Team
Noon to 2 Dancingly Yours Dancers

Petty Cash

Island chefs serving signature dishes
Flounder's Flounder's Chowder, Shrimp & Veggie Kabobs
Grand Marlin Island Ceviche, Shrimp & Andouille Etouffee
Dog House Deli Cajun Red Beans & Rice, Hot Dogs & Banana Pudding
Hilton's H20 Crab Cake Salad with Cilantro Vinagrette, Mahi Sliders ]
Hooters Naked Wings, Breaded Wings and Drums with Dipping Sauces
Margaritaville Beach Hotel Landshark Landing Fish Tacos, PB&J for kids T
Frank & Lola Love Pensacola Cafe Seafood Mac & Cheese W
Native Caf6 Famous Florida Fish Tacos, Tuna Dip, Homemade Brownies
Beach Pops Organic Popsicles
Sandshaker Bushwacker All menu items
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Lillo's Sausage Sliders, Crab Balls are 5 or less.
Castaways Jerk Chicken Skewers, Gumbo Brng cash or visit one
The Dock Jan's Famous Corn & Crab Bisque of the ATMs located
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Saturday & Sunday
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Activities include: face
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program will be Friday, September
10 from sunset to 10 p.m. at Lang-
don Beach Parking Area at Fort
Pickens Area. Weather permitting,
volunteers from the EAAA will set
up several telescopes for public
viewing of the stars, planets and
Superintendent Brown encour-
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for the stargazing program. The
program is free. However, there
is an $8 entrance fee to the Fort
Pickens Area.
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The Sisters of the Beach have
emerged from a deeply secret
planning session to announce their
signature product for the Beach
Chamber's Art and Wine Weekend,
October 2-3 will be wine glasses
with the event logo. There may be
some baked goods, Sister Art and
some crafty items displayed at the
tent as well. Profits from the wine
glass sales will go defray the cost
of mailing Boxes of Love to the
soldiers overseas.
Florida Travel and Life's Af-
fordable Luxury focused on North-
west Florida on August 22. They
featured Portofino Island Resort as
one of their travel choices.
The You Stay, We Pay promo-
tion to lure hotel guests to Escambia
County accommodations kicked off
on August 24. Guests who register
online at the visitpensacola.com
site and follow the directions are
eligible to receive a $100 gift card
for each night up to three. The Pen-

sacola Beach Chamber had already
awarded 271 cards in the first five
days of the promotion and all 3080
had been reserved by September 1.
In order to handle the anticipated
rush of tourists who will arrive at
the Beach Visitor's Center, Diane
Tyson has been hired to assist with
the program.
Robbie Lofty, Santa Rosa Is-
land Authority Events Coodinator,
announced that the Gulfside Pavil-
ion on Casino Beach would be host
to the Green Fest on September 11.
The event which includes live music
will have information on how to be
more environmentally friendly. The
following weekend, the Pensacola
Beach Advocates will have their
Be Kind To The Beach booth at the
Taste of the Beach, Sept. 18-19. It's
just five bucks to get an insulated
Taste of the Beach travel tumbler
filled with ice water. Refills are free
all weekend at the PBA booth.
Are you ready for some foot-
ball? The staffers at Sidelines have

tuned in their forty televisions. On
any given weekend in the fall you
will be served hard hitting sports
action in high def along with your
piping hot nachos and wings. For
Saints fans the first regular season

game is Sept. 9 at 7:30 p.m. against
the Vikings. Geaux Saints.
Enjoy this early edition of Is-
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published on September 21.

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only 9 miles out and 9 miles back.
Are there hills, bridges, technical
turns? Ah, no. This is probably
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especially if it's your first triathlon.
It's nice, flat and fast!
Canyou ride your beach cruiser,
bicycle or mountain bike? Why yes,
you can. You can check the rules
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Drtli;,. -kccp at least three
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Blocking-riding on the left side
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Card Playing Judge Sentences

Scher To Second Place

Here comes the Judge! Sheri
Smith, a retired Texas judge, handed
down a decision to take all the chips
away from fifteen top contenders
who played Texas Hold 'Em 4444
Fun at the Sandshaker Lounge on
August 23. The judge, who captured
her first ever win at the Beach poker
tables, sentenced Justin Scher to
stretch in the runner's-up chair.
"The Monday night games are
attracting some great poker play-
ers," said Rick Uzdevenes, poker
promoter. "Not only that, someone
usually shows up with food. Hot
dogs and cobbler were on the menu
during August."
The following Monday Mike
Driscoll outlasted Phil Tracy during
a night long match up onAugust 30.
Play moves to the historic
district on Pensacola Beach. Pad-
dy O'Leary's is the host site for
Thursday and Sunday night games.
Paddy's results are as follows:
Thursday, August 18: Phil
Tracy took down Jessica Chellberg
in the final.
Sunday, August 22: Justin
Scher beat Todd Lentini.

Thursday, August 26: Todd
Lentini was the winner over Eric
Weatherford after he filled a gut shot
straight with a 6 on the river.

From The Chip Stack
Larry and Ana Paz hosted the
Poker Gang at their home in honor
of Larry's 39thbirthday. GlennBur-
leson battled hard all night beating
James JT Taylor in the final with
Tex Atkinson third. A great time
was had by all.
"A wonderful home on the
Santa Rosa Sound full of good food
and great people and even a little
cooler weather," said Uzdevenes.
"Larry and Ana were the perfect
hosts and we even did a little pickin'
and grinin' after the game"
Coming soon, PETESTOCK to
be held on The Pete Falgout farm
near Sulligent, Alabama in Lamar
County. It is really in the middle of
nowhere. Further information with
detailed directions will be handed
out at the Poker tables.
For more information about
Texas Hold 'Em 4444 Fun, call the
poker hotline at 850-324-2667.

Local Golfers Spend Day

on the Course To Help

Wounded Warriors Project

Area golfers will hit the
links to support the Wounded
Warriors, Saturday, September
11 at 1 p.m. at Tiger Point Coun-
try Club in Gulf Breeze. This
second Annual Wounded Warrior
Charity Golf Tournament has
a Two-Man Scramble format.
Entry fees begin at $70 for ac-
tive duty military and corporate
sponsorship packages are still
Play will be followed by
an awards banquet with notable
speakers to include George E.
Day, COL (Ret.), USAF, Chris-
topher E. Holzworth IV, COL
(Ret.) USMC who is the for-
mer Commanding Officer of
MATSG-21 aboard NAS Pen-
sacola; and Wounded Warrior

Representative Robin Griffith,
CPL, (Ret.) USMC. The event
is sponsored by RESA, LLC in
Gulf Breeze.
The Wounded Warrior Proj-
ect objective is to provide tan-
gible support for the severely
wounded military and help them
on the road to healing, both
physically and mentally.
To register for the
Tourney go online to:
www.911 wwpgolftournament.
For more Information con-
tact: Tourney Chairman Ray-
mond Parlato at 850-529-8682 or
Mark Vargas at 850-758-6698.
Questions may be emailed to

Pensacola Beach Optimist Scott Neal, left, awards a Certificate
of Appreciation to the Beach Lifeguards during the Optimists'Annual
First Responders Dinner, August 31 at the Beach Church Fellowship
Hall. Longtime lifeguard Dave Greenwood accepted on behalf of the
lifesaving team.

Weekly Schedule
Sandshaker, 7 PM

Paddy O'Leary's, 7PM

Paddy O'Leary's, 7 PM

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Growing up on Pensacola I am a long way from being as soon as school lets out. You see uponboatfoodfromDent's Grocery, one dinner which is whatever Mr.
Beach, I used to think Labor Day 16 three decades to be exact and on Friday afternoon The Colonel, the family owned general store. A Keith decides will be on the menu
Weekend was absolutely the most an even longer way from Pensacola the Kid and I will get on our bikes stuffed ham sandwich made by Mr. for the night; and we will listen to a
special time of the year. It was a Beach-- about 1000 miles and yet and ride over to the marina for din- Andy at Dent's is roughly the equiva- one man band reminiscent of Tiger
weekend full of festivities from the I find myself believing, once again, ner where the owner and his lady lent in culinary delight as a Junkyard and his guitar playing days when the
Gulf Breeze Jaycees Annual Bath- that Labor Day Weekend is still friend will greet us. We will know omelet cooked up by Ms. Fanny. Sun Ray existed and its restaurant
tub Races in the Sound to the gulf absolutely the most special time of everyone in the restaurant -- even Sunday will be the Hewson served oysters. We will end the night
front fireworks that could only truly the year. Where I live now, there the slip renters who have just come Family Pub Crawl. Two beers and with a boat burning and mingling
be seenfromthe Tiki Lounge. Itwas is a post office located next to the for the weekend. It's the same folks a soda from the garage refrigera- withfriends, co-workers, neighbors,
the last gasp effort to earn as much general store which is in front of a that have been coming down since tor kick off the adventure with our and friends. And if we count each
money as I could as a waitress at the local's bar which is by the elemen- we were stationed here 10 years ago. first stop 1.5 miles later at Chief's, other, family.
Junkyard Coffee Shop before the tary school that isjustdownthe road The Kid will save part of his burger the local pub attached to Dent's Monday, of course, will be a
tourists headed back to Louisiana from the marina. You get the picture. for Captain, the owner's blonde lab Grocery. Two more beers and an day of rest.
until Memorial Day. It was a time to The people and the businesses (all who will retrieve every tennis ball, ice cream to go, and we are on Now as I finish writing this col-
go on one last shopping spree at Rip four of them, okay five if you count stick and floating object that the Kid our merry way to the marina. One umn, the Weather Channel is giving
Curl Surf -n- Sport with my fist full the restaurant inside the marina) re- throws into the river for him. By point five miles later we will arrive a tropical update and Hurricane Earl
of quarters and crumpled dollarbills mind me of Pensacola Beach during nightfall, we will return home to the at the Reluctant Navigator Restau- could possibly be heading my way.
from an honest day's work. Sad, but a time when you could drive down sounds of nature and our tires tra- rant which this Labor Day will be Just one problem, Tall Timbers is
true, other than the races, none of Via de Luna and nationally recog- versing over gravel covered roads, celebrating 50 years of mismanage- totally locals only -- 20690 better
those places exist anymore except nized names were the exception, Saturday will bring an after- ment. I feel privileged to have been be your zip. Last I checked, no one
in my memory. Thank goodness it not the norm. noon sail, weather and wind permit- part of that process for at least five with the first name of Hurricane was
is still strong. Labor Day Weekend will begin ting, and only after we have stocked of those 50 years. We will eat the welcomed. Ever. Until next time...

After Sundown

Only restaurant on Pensacola Beach offering breath taking Celebrating 30 years of Floundering neathh the moon One of America's great steakhouses; proudly serving USDA
views of the Gulf while dining directly on the beach. Come as you and stars. Offering fresh Seafood including Tuna, Mahi and of Prime Steaks, seafood and Irish specialties including Irish fisher-
are straight off the sandy beach and enjoy our indoor/outdoor bar and course Flounder! Award winning chowder, po boys, burgers man's bouillabaisse, Corned Beef and Cabbage and Shepherd's Pie
gulf side deck. Crabs has the largest selection of Crab on the beach, and Pensacola Beach Style baked oysters. Sample our Fresh all inside a turn of the century New York Irish Saloon themed pub.
was voted Best Crab by News Journal readers. She Crab Soup, catch including the Shrimp Boat Platter- loaded with shrimp McGuire's is celebrated for its atmosphere, boasting more than
Stuffed Blue Crabs, Alaskan Snow, King or Dungeness you'll cocktail, BBQ shrimp, fried shrimp, popcorn shrimp and U- 750,000 signed dollar bills hanging from the ceilings of the pub.
find them all! We have many other seafood favorites on our menu peel ems. Kids love our Pirate Ship playground located on Live entertainment coupled with great food and warm and friendly
as well as a great assortment of chicken, steaks and pasta dishes. our beach well within view of dining parents. For late night service by Employees who Give a Damn! Visit our on-site brewery
Don't forget to try one of our signature drinks like 'The Crab Trap' revelers- Flounder's is host to the world's finest beach bands. and the O'TolfWine Cellar featuring the complete vertical collection
which come with a souvenir glass to keep! Dance all night on Flounder's beach to the most popular bands of the Chateau Mouton RothschildArtist Series. Featured on NBC's
Open 7 days a week. Sunday Brunch with live Steel Band. from across the south. 'Today' Show, highly recommended by Fodors, Frommers and
Look for the Red Roof on Pensacola Beach. 850-932-0700 www. Open 7 days a week. Sunday Brunch. At the Traffic Light AAA travel guides, Florida Trend Magazine Hall of Fame Member.
crabswegotem.com on beautiful Pensacola Beach, 850-932-2003 Open every day at 11 am, 850-433-6789 mcguiresirishpub.com
PARADISE BAR AND GRILL www.flounderschowderhouse.com SANDSHAKER LOUNGE
A little bit of paradise at this open air, island style bar with The "World Famous Sandshaker"- aPensacolaBeach Tradition
its own private white sand beach. Pull up a rattan stool. Cold beer. visit these island restaurants, since 1973. It's the Home of the Original Bushwacker and has been
Live Music. Exotic Libations. Friendly locals. Lunch and Dinner pubs and bistros for fun selling this signature drink for over 30 years. The Shaker was the 1 st
everyday. Sandwiches. Salads. Fresh Catch of the Day. Renee's bar on the Beach to offer this tasty frozen concoction. Live Music
Famous Shrimp Salad. Happy Hour 11-7. Live Bands. Poker on after the sun sinks into the sea Thurs, Fri, Sat & Sun. Karaoke Tues & Wed. Poker & BARE Nite on
Monday and Wednesday. Monday. T-Shirt Nite on Thursday. Check out our new Shaker Shop
Tucked away in the parking lot of the Paradise Inn, it's directly for great island wear, jewelry & gifts. Across from the Boardwalk.
on Santa Rosa Sound. Boat and Bicycle parking. Open 7 days. Open 10 am 3 am. 850-932-2211. www.sandshaker.com
850-916-5087. PEGLEG PETE'S
SIDELINE'S SPORTS BAR AND RESTAURANT Ahoy, Matey. You've found a Pensacola Beach treasure. NATIVE CAFE
Score! Don't miss a point. See it all in high definition 11 Pirates welcome. Fresh Gulf seafood served in the galley or Open at 7:30 a.m. seven days a week. Owned and operated by
big screens, 42 televisions. If it runs, jumps, races, it's here. outside on the awning covered deck. Glass front bar overlooks friendly natives serving locally produced seafood and delicacies.
Famous for Thursday Wing Night. Burgers. Seafood and Ribs. LaFitte Cove. All kinds of oysters. Live lobster. Gumbo. Dinner The Fish Tacos are an experience to enjoy. The owners say their
Kids menu for the JV players. Full bar. Indoor or outdoor seat- specials nightly. Sizeable sandwiches and burgers for Landlub- goal is to preserve the unique flavors of the Gulf Coast. Go fresh. Go
ing. Video sports games. bers. Take home a t-shirt. native. Specialty desserts top off expertly prepared meals. Seating is
Centrally located on Via de Luna, just east of the main Look for the Jolly Rogers flying over the west end of the informal. Art gallery setting with local artists displaying whimsical
parking lot and the traffic light. Kick off at 11 a.m. seven days Island at 1010 Fort Pickens Road. We're here everyday at 11. works. Serving breakfast and lunch everyday; Dinner Fri and Sat.
a week. 934-3660. 932-4139. www.peglegpetes.com 45 Via de Luna. Downtown Pensacola Beach. 934-4848.

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Krewe of St. Patrick Wears

The Green At HalfWay Party

The Krewe of St. Patrick is
back for a second season after a wee
break and according to the Leading
Leprechaun Amy Martin the krewe
will open its rolls for new members
until September 17.
"There is room for 76 fun peo-
ple to join our krewe," said Martin.
"When we reach the membership
cap of 200, the rolls will close."
The founding members will
gather for a HalfWay to St. Patrick's

Day meeting on September 17 from
5:30 to 7 p.m. at McGuire's Grand
Hall. There will be a brief business
meeting and members will order
their krewe kilts. Refreshments will
be served and a cash bar with happy
hour prices will be available.
Those who wish to join the
krewe may do so by mailing a
check for $100 to Krewe of St. Pat-
rick, McGuire's, 600 East Gregory
Street, Pensacola, Florida, 32502.


famous Shark Alert Team shirt
a wet Chuck Steele waits for
one of the ace softball pitchers
to hit the mark and dunk him
at the Nereids Splash Party at
Paradise August 21. Chuck,
who still has his Pensacola
Beach house, is a part time
resident in Mexico Beach.

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Krewe member Sharon Mattair, left,
awards Alana DePascalis the Best
Mermaid Costume Trophy at the
Nereids Splash Party at Paradise
Auaust 21.

Easton Stanley gets his
water super soaker ready
with the help of founding
Krewe of Nereids member
Marilyn LeNormand at
the Nereids Splash Party
at Paradise August 21.
Easton was the youngest
Water Gun Slinger but
was a fierce competitor
squirting anything that
moved including his
mom, Lindsey.




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The inshore waters in and
around our Island are just going
crazy. Catches of Redfish in the
shallows around the piers are being
reported daily and nightly.
Justin Scher took a wade just
south of Harry Gowens Park ear-
lier this week at sunset and hooked
up and landed three nice Redfish,
keeping the best for the dinner
The Speckled Trout are early
morning and late evening targets
and will hit just about anything you
chunk out in the grass.
Kings are coming in the Bays
and Santa Rosa Sound during the
day as they chase their dinner.
Mullet are as thick as bugs on
a bumper and a real staple in the
food chain around here. Try some
in the smoker for a ball game Hot
or cold, they just can't be beat.

The Big boats don't seem to be
working' too much lately, but, that
should change soon, we hope.
They are out there, so do your-
self a favor and Go Fishin'.

Blue Angels Confirm
Beach Air Show Date
The United States Navy's
Blue Angels have set their air show
schedule for next year. They will
perform in the skies above Pensac-
ola Beach July 6-9, 2011.
The Red, White and Blues
Week will kick off with fireworks
on July 4 and culminate with the
Blue Angels Air Show. Look for
details at visitpensacolabeach.com.

Beach anglers Ryland
McCurdy, left, and
Cayson McCurdy, right,
were lucky enough
go trolling for Span-
S ish Mackerel with Dr.
Nlb and his daughter Lau-
ren during their annual
end of summer fishing
trip August 20. Ryland
S is in Debbie Campanel-
la's second grade class
at the Beach School.
photo by Lauren Campanella

COLORS Celebration of Life on the Republic of Sandspurs
September 15 from 5 to 7 p.m. Grand Marlin
Everyone is welcome. Dutch Treat.

Dolphin & Nature Tours Enjoy a calm cruise to see dolphins, sharks, manna
rays, cobia, sea turtles, and native birds. Excursions include Fort Pickens,
Fort McRee and Pensacola Lighthouse for photos. Blue Marlin Tours include
snorkeling gear, snacks and ice cold water, soda, beer and wine. Boats operate
from sunup to sundown.
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