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A captivated Kathleen Denis creates during the 2017 Paradise Paint Out event. The nationally recognized artist had a hand in starting the county wide competition, and is now ready to introduce plein air to the Keys in her new studio at Our Place in Paradise located in Islamorada.


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UPPER KEYS WEEKLY / MARCH 3, 2017 GABRIEL SANCHEZ

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Shows like “Survivor,” “Naked and Afraid,” “Alone” and “Man, Woman, Wild” all share a theme – survive at any cost. There is a certain intrigue that surrounds the idea of survival that makes it fun to ponder. Until you find yourself in that position, that is. Often, the best prepared for competitions of survival are resourceful and knowledgeable about their surroundings. For many reasons, the Keys are an ideal locale for survivalists. Its seclusion from the mainland, lack of commodities, and harsh heat more than likely made the survival of indigenous tribes, like the Matecumbe, difficult. To see how survival-savvy the local populace is these days, the Weekly asked…

If you were stranded on an island for 90 days with a friend, one type of food, and one tool, who and what do you bring?

“Keisha Boyle, chili cheese fries from Detroit, and a lighter,” said Jennifer Ensign from Truly Nolan Pest & Termite Control in Key Largo.

“My good friend Marge, fruit and a knife,” said Key Largo Civic club member Lucy McGraw.

Vava Pierre, of Waffle House in Key Largo, said “My friend Fanoude Andre, griot (a popular Haitian dish made with pork), and a lighter.”

Michelle Vera, of Tropical Cleaners of the Keys, said “I’d bring my sister, chicken and dumplings, and a campfire clicker.”

“I’d have my mom come, chicken pot pie, and a Glock pistol,” said Mika Safford, also of Tropical Cleaners of the Keys.

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n Feb. 16, the Village of Islamorada and the Tourist Development Council reached a grant agreement to fund the first phase of the Anne’s Beach Boardwalk Replacement Project. After evaluating the condition of the boardwalk, the village deemed the deteriorated path needed replacing. According to Islamorada Public Works Director, AJ Engelmeyer, 20 percent of the boardwalk has been out of commission for roughly a year. The boardwalk was renovated in 2010, when the village contracted with Millennium 2000 Construction Corp. to replace aging handrails and weathered decking. The first phase of the present-day project would demolish the current boardwalk, construct a new one,

and pay for the engineering inspection services. The replacement project’s total cost was budgeted at $1.2 million, but is estimated not to exceed $600,000. The proposed grant agreement allows for the TDC to reimburse the village for 50 percent of the project costs, up to $300,000. In the coming weeks, the village is preparing to field requests for proposals from contractors and developers. “The second phase is expected in the spring,” said Englemeyer of the project’s next step. Named after environmentalist and Lower Matecumbe resident Anne Eaton, the beach is one of the most popular areas that tourists are directed to, said Islamorada Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Judy Hall. “It’s very popular for swimming and kite boarding,” said Hall. “It also has convenient picnic facilities and is pet-friendly.”

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Anne’s Beach has a historic element. Florida Keys History & Discovery Center Curator Brad Bertelli said the beach “is one of the few [natural beaches] left where people can come and put their feet in the water” and enjoy the peace and tranquility the Keys offer. “I think it’s important, as Islamorada becomes more developed, to save areas that have been long used for public enjoyment,” said Bertelli. “The reason many come down is for the natural beauty and warm water.” The warm shallow waters of Anne’s Beach have long welcomed tourists and locals alike. With the improvements to the boardwalk, it would be no surprise if the beach’s notoriety quickly transitioned from “little gem” to “must see.” Anne’s Beach is located at MM 73.5, oceanside.


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LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Event to help Naples with medical costs Joey Naples from Sun 103.1 radio station, who not only is a radio personality but an icon in our community, needs our help. He has been diagnosed with bladder cancer and has had two procedures already and is now scheduled for a third one in the next few weeks. This new procedure is very expensive and his insurance doesn’t cover it or his doctor’s costs. He will also have to take off work because the treatment requires that he stay overnight. Because of all the costs, we are throwing a fund raising party on Sunday April 2, at Ocean View Inn & Pup located at 84500 Overseas Highway, Windley Key, from 1 to 6 p.m. There will be a silent auction as well as a 50/50 drawing. We have also opened an on line account at gofundme.com. There will be food and beverages as well as an outstanding number of musicians who have donated their time. We are asking the entire Florida Keys as well as anyone knowing him to please open up your hearts and make a donation to Joey, repaying him for everything he has done for us. The time he has spent aiding people in need in the Keys is totally unchallenged by anyone. We are also asking if anyone wants to volunteer on April 2, please let us know. We are expecting an extremely large crowd, so please be patient. If you have any questions please contact Larz Tatro 305-942-3500, Callum Allison 786-412-8839, Allan Truesdell 305-896-0574, or Dave Purdo 305-393-6840 No donation is too small and Joey needs all the love and help he can get. Let’s all show him what the fabulous Florida Keys are all about. God bless you all. Dave Purdo, Islamorada

SAVE THE DATE Friday, March 3 • Norbert Leo Butz, a.k.a. “Bloodline’s” bad boy Kevin Rayburn, at the Habitat for Humanity ‘Diamonds and Denim’ Cocktail Party 6:30 to 10 p.m., Islander Resort, Florida History & Discovery Center at the Florida Keys Conference Center, MM 82.1 • “Phantom of the Opera” at 7 p.m. at Coral Shores High School. Saturday, March 4 • “Phantom of the Opera” at 7 p.m. at Coral Shores High School. • David Wirth Gallery grand opening at 82200 Overseas Hwy, next to Mangrove Mike's Café, in Islamorada. • Florida Keys Bicycle Poker Run at 9 a.m. at Coconut Cove Resort, Islamorada. $40 entry fee, $20 for students, kids under 12 ride free. • Sombrero Beach Run at 8 a.m. from Sombrero Beach, Marathon. Sunday, March 5 • “Phantom of the Opera” at 2 p.m. at Coral Shores High School. Monday, March 6 • Mahjong at noon, duplicate bridge at 1 p.m., pinochle at 5 p.m., trivia at 6:30 p.m., Key Largo Civic Club. • Mathew Prichard, grandson of Agatha Christie, 7 p.m., Key Largo Cultural Center, MM102. Wednesday, March 8 • Alina Fernández, daughter of Fidel Castro, 6 p.m., Keys History & Discovery Center, MM82. Thursday, March 9-12, 16-18, & 23 - 26 • Art Guild of the Purple Annual Art Show from 10 to 5 p.m. at Florida Keys History & Discovery Center, Islamorada. Friday, March 10 • Fran Carlisle & Rupert Rodriguez private art reception from 6 to 8 p.m. at Roberto Russel Galleries, MM 81 gulfside. March 11-12 • Marathon Seafood Festival at Marathon Community Park, oceanside at MM 49. Saturday, March 11 • Outdoor Fest: Walk the Refuge from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at Key Largo Crocodile Lake. Free. • Islamorada Seafood Festival from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Morada Way Art District, Islamorada.

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Trolley tours on the calendar The Matecumbe Historical Trust will give “29 Points of Interest” historical trolley tours on the islands of Islamorada on Saturday, March 4, starting from the Islamorada Moose Lodge, MM 81.5. Tours begin at 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. and take about one hour. Reservations are recommended. Tickets, at $15 apiece, may be purchased on-site; children 6 and under are admitted free. MHT volunteers staff a tent at the tour’s start, providing details, selling tickets and also books, T-shirts and more. For more information or to make reservations, contact Barbara at 305393-0940. Art Guild dedicates show to Sandifer The Art Guild of the Purple Isle invites the public to its 51st annual Members Judged Art Show, on Thursdays through Sundays, March 9-12, 16-18 and 23-26, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day at the Florida Keys History & Discovery Center at Islander Resort, MM 82.1 oceanside. Admission is free to the show and the center. The show is dedicated to longtime member Cris

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Sandifer and will include works of fine art by many of the Keys’ most talented artists, as well as an exhibit of art by Plantation Key School fourth- and fifthgrade students. More information is at www.agpi.us. Diabetes support group meeting on March 9 The Mariners Hospital Diabetes Support Group will meet Thursday, March 9, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., in the hospital’s main conference room, MM 91.5. The diabetes support group is designed for individuals who recently received a diagnosis of diabetes or have had the disease for some time. The session also is open to spouses, relatives and friends of diabetics. For more information about the support group, call 305-434-1036. Seafood festival set for Islamorada The 2017 Islamorada Seafood Festival and Art Show will be March 19 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. This will be held on the old road in front of the Islamorada Moose Lodge and extends down Industrial Way in the Morada Way Art District. Attractions include local

seafood prepared by Keys chefs, juried artists’ work and crafts. This is a kidand pet-friendly event. Entertainers and the Junkanoo Band will be performing all day. For more information or to volunteer or participate, call the Islamorada Moose Lodge at 305-6648120 and leave a message. On Facebook, see Islamorada Seafood Festival & Art Show 2017. Historian discusses Rare railway postcards Florida East Coast Railway historian Seth Bramson will discuss new material about the railway and the Key West Extension at 6:30 p.m. Monday, March 20, at Island Community Church, MM 83. Bramson will be sharing information about rare Railway Extension Series postcards, apparently issued from 1906 to 1911 or 1912. The free presentation is sponsored by the Matecumbe Historical Trust. 26th Island Fest set for Islamorada Florida Keys Island Fest, presented by the Islamorada Chamber of Commerce, will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, April 1-2 at Founders Park. Included are artists,

classic cars, musicians, gourmet cuisine and more. Both days include the seventh annual All-American Road Vintage Cruisers Show. Key Largo Civic Club announces events The Key Largo Civic Club’s events are open to the public: • Monday: mahjong at noon, duplicate bridge at 1 p.m., pinochle at 5 p.m., trivia at 6:30 p.m. • Tuesday: exercise from 9 to 10 a.m., pinochle from noon to 4 p.m. • Wednesday: friendship social from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. • Thursday: exercise from 9 to 10 a.m., pinochle from noon to 4 p.m. on Feb. 2, Feb. 16 and Feb. 23; line dancing at 7 p.m. • Friday: exercise from 9 to 10 a.m., duplicate bridge at 1 p.m. on Feb. 3, Feb. 10 and Feb. 17, bingo at 6 p.m. The Key Largo Civic Club is located at 209 Ocean Bay Drive on the Oceanside. It is close to DJ's Diner & is diagonally across the street from the Lions Club.


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• TAX TALK • TAG TALK •

MARCH • March is the month when property taxes are due before a penalty is applied on April 1, 2017. For taxpayers who may be on the installment plan, your final tax bill for 2016 was mailed out February 28th. Local Business Tax reminders were also mailed out. Lobbyist Greg Burns, left, Monroe County Commissioner Heather Carruthers, Monroe County Legislative Affairs Director Lisa Tennyson, U.S. Rep. Carlos Curbelo and Martin County Commissioner Doug Smith meet in Curbelo’s Washington office to discuss reauthorization of the National Flood Insurance Program. CONTRIBUTED

COUNTY ASKS CURBELO’S HELP ON FLOOD INSURANCE Smith. Carruthers and Smith are both members of the Florida Association of Counties. The group asked for Curbelo’s help in supporting the reauthorization of the National Flood Insurance Program, which expires in September. The group also met with other Florida congress members and the staff of key House and Senate committee members to raise the county’s concerns. — Contributed

Help for energy upgrade Weatherization applications available

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he Monroe County Social Services’ Weatherization Assistance Program is accepting applications from qualified, low-income households to receive free weatherization services to make their homes more energy efficient and to reduce energy costs. Homeowners and renters of single-family homes may receive home energy upgrades, which include new energy-efficient appliances, and repair or replacement of windows, doors, low-flow water fixtures and ceiling insulation. Participation is based on income eligibility, with priority given to the elderly and disabled. You can apply by calling 305-292-4405 or visiting your local Monroe County Social Services Office: • Key West: Historic Gato Building, 1100 Simonton St.

• Section 319.22 (2) (b), Florida Statutes, requires an owner or co-owner who has transferred or sold a motor vehicle and has delivered the motor vehicle to a purchaser, to notify the department within 30 days after the sale or transfer using the form HSMV82050, Notice of Sale of Motor Vehicle, Mobile Home or Vessel, or the completed form labeled “Notice of Sale of Motor Vehicle, Mobile Home or Vessel” located on the top section (back) of the certificate of title. Notice by such owner or co-owner shall satisfy the notice requirement for limitation of liability.

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onroe County Commissioner Heather Carruthers and Monroe County Legislative Affairs Director Lisa Tennyson met with U.S. Rep. Carlos Curbelo in his Washington office on Feb. 27 to discuss maintaining affordable flood insurance for property owners in Florida. Also at the meeting were Monroe County’s federal lobbyist, Greg Burns with Van Scoyoc Associates, and Martin County Commissioner Doug

• Real estate tax payments POSTMARKED after March 31st. must be in certified funds and include 3% interest on the March amount. Reminder bills mail out on February 28th totaled 7,573 real estate tax and 435 Tangible tax bills.


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ENTERTAINMENT

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InTune Top 10 Irish songs 1. The Parting Glass The Wailin’ Jennys 2. Wild Rover, The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem

HOME GROWN GROOVE Soulful folk music of Leah Sutter soothes GABRIEL SANCHEZ

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avernier native Leah Sutter has an authentic local folk style that music lovers need to hear. The recent Florida State graduate in International Affairs is following in the footsteps of her mother, Michele Sutter, who also performed as a singer songwriter during her college years. “I grew up with her love of music around me and her singing,” said Sutter. Early in her musical evolution, Sutter performed in musical theater, various productions, plays, and took classical voice lessons. “A musical environment was very present in the household.” Sutter said her dad gifted her with a guitar 10 years ago and then taught her to play a song by David Gilmour. “The spark turned into a flame and I wanted to learn more.” She said she is drawn to the music of women like Eva Cassidy, Alison Krauss and Joni Mitchell.

“They’re passionate about their music, their acoustic songs show how they’ve made make their own voice combining instrumentation,” she said. “But I’ll play anything from Chris Isaak to something you’d hear on top 40 right now.” Sutter says the last four years in school, playing with her band Leah and The Aviators, really changed her outlook. “A show we did two years ago — the energy we had together, and the response from the crowd during and afterwards — were all part of this ‘aha’ moment. All these years working really hard gave me the realization I could do this.” The youngest of four with two sisters and a brother, she and her family have been in the Keys for more than 30 years. Her father, Capt. John Sutter, retired 10 years ago from fishing, but it was his love of the Keys backcountry that brought them to Tavernier. He’s now the director of Parks and Recreation for Islamorada. Both parents hail from Indiana. “I felt like I could always do whatever I wanted with music because of them. I’m very grateful,” said Sutter. In five years Leah sees herself wanting only the simple things and doing something that makes her happy. That might be living in Nashville, or performing at the Red Rocks arena in Colorado. “It’s in the middle of nature, and there is this displacement from reality and city life. I think I would enjoy it,” she said.

3. Molly Bán, The Chieftains with Alison Krauss 4. Will Ye Go Lassie, Go?, The High Kings 5. I’ll Tell Me Ma Van Morrison 6. Rocky Road to Dublin The Screaming Orphans 7. I Am Stretched on Your Grave, Sinead O’Connor 8. The Tullymore Polka Shaun Davey 9. Danny Boy, Celtic Woman 10. Inishbofin Billy Oskay — Mike Howie


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Libations

Live Music SNAPPER’S Ray Jaworski - Wednesday, March 1 RPM - Thursday, March 2 RPM - Friday, March 3 RPM - Saturday, March 4 RPM - Sunday, March 5 Steve Venini - Monday, March 6 Billy Davidson - Tuesday, March 7 Kevin Hurley - Wednesday, March 8 Ray Jaworski - Thursday, March 9

Donielle Scarbrough is very much like a sunflower. She’s bright, cheery, and always facing the sun. GABRIEL SANCHEZ/Keys Weekly

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ining at Sal’s Ballyhoos in Key Largo is a special experience. Built in the 1930s, the restaurant’s lone building, and reputation for fresh seafood and tasty libations, have all withstood the test of time. Take the red sangria: made with cinnamon, homemade fruit juice, red wine, and served in a mason jar, its refreshing taste makes it perfect for any time of day. The red sangria tastes excellent when made by Donielle Scarbrough. She moved to the Keys nine years ago from Lakeland. Now, she spends her days with her four four-legged friends – Daisy, Duke, Luna and Sammy. In her free time, she likes to go to Harry Harris beach or to a pool. The relaxed nature of the Keys is what helps keep her grounded, said Scarbrough. And when it comes to relaxing, she kills some time with shows like “CSI,” “Criminal Minds,” “Blue Bloods,” “Grey’s Anatomy” and “How to Get Away with Murder.” Scarbrough lives by a motto of kindness. “You never know how bad a day someone is having, and your happiness could turn their day around,” she said. “So always be nice.” Scarbrough’s favorite color is green, so naturally, she’s excited for Saint Patrick’s Day. “Stop in on Saint Patrick’s Dayn,” said Scarbrough. Sal’s Ballyhoos is at MM 98, in the median.

GILBERT’S Harry Frech - Wednesday, March 1 DJ Reggae Ronnie - Thursday, March 2 Uncle Smokey - Friday, March 3 The Flyers - Saturday, March 4 3RG Miami - Sunday, March 5 Bobbe Brown - Tuesday, March 7 Harry French - Wednesday, March 8 DJ Reggae Ronnie - Thursday, March 9 LORELEI’S CABANA BAR AND RESTAURANT Webb Davidson - Wednesday, March 1 Webb Davidson - Thursday, March 2 The Steve Venini Band - Friday, March 3 Lady A’s Blue Fuse Band - Sat., March 4 Webb Davidson - Sunday, March 5 The Carousers - Monday, March 6 Harry French - Tuesday, March 7 Webb Davidson - Wednesday, March 8 Igor and the Red Elvises - Thu., March 9 SKIPPERS DOCKSIDE Ronnie Molyneaux - Wed., March 1 Scott YoungBurg - Thursday, March 2 Bobbe Brown - Friday, March 3 Lee Sharp - Saturday, March 4 Scotty Meyer - Sunday, March 5 Lee Sharp - Monday, March 6 Bobbe Brown - Tuesday, March 7 Ronnie Molyneaux - Wed., March 8 Scott YoungBurg - Thursday, March 9 BAYSIDE GRILLE Steve Venini - Wednesday, March 1 Steve Venini Band - Thursday, March 2 The Catch - Friday, March 3 Steve Venini Band - Saturday, March 4 Outer Band - Sunday, March 5 Dave Bowman - Monday, March 6 Steve Webb - Tuesday, March 7 Colbert Ultra Lite - Wednesday, March 8 Steve Venini Band - Thursday, March 9 SNOOKS The Freddie’s - Mondays Ashba - Tuesdays Bobbe Brown - Wednesdays Scotty Meyers - Thursdays Yishka - Fridays The Freddie’s - Saturdays Sweetwater Band / Yishka - Sundays

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THE ARTS

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ext week will see the descendants of two world figures – from the political and literary worlds – speaking in the Upper Keys. On Monday, March 6, the grandson of Agatha Christie will speak in Key Largo. Two days

later, the exiled daughter of Fidel Castro will speak in Islamorada. Mathew Prichard, grandson of Agatha Christie – the best-selling author of all time – will present stories of his famous relative on Monday, March 6, at the Key Largo Cultural

Mathew Prichard

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richard’s grandmother, Dame Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie, was an English crime novelist, short story writer and playwright. She is best known for her 66 detective novels and 14 short story collections, particularly those revolving around her fictional detectives Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple. She also wrote the world's longest-running play, a murder mystery, “The Mousetrap,” and six romances under the name Mary Westmacott. Prichard was producer of the plays “Being Poirot” (2013), “Agatha Christie's Poirot” (1989) and “Agatha Christie: A Woman of Mystery” (2007). He said his grandmother helped spark his love of the arts. "When she was young she was a singer, and if you'd offered her the choice when she was young, she would rather have been a singer than an author," he said, during one interview. "She encouraged me in my love of the arts — particularly in music and the opera." Prichard has been president of National Museum Wales and chairman of the Arts Council of Wales. He is the Welsh National Opera's honorary president. He received a medal for Philanthropy in 2012 from the Prince of Wales. Christie's stage play “The Mousetrap” holds the record for the longest initial run: it opened at the Ambassadors Theatre in the West End of London on 25 November 1952 and as of 2017 is still running after more than 25,000 performances. She is the best selling author of all times. Her books have sold over a billion copies in the English language and a billion in 44 foreign languages. She was made a Dame in 1971 for her contribution to literature. She died in 1976. Prichard’s trip to the United States is sponsored by the English Speaking Union of Miami and the visit to the Upper Keys is sponsored by Friend of the Key Largo Cultural Center.

Center. The event begins at 6 p.m. with a reception, followed by the presentation at 7 p.m. Alina Fernández, the daughter of Fidel Castro, will speak Wednesday, March 8 at Keys History & Discovery Center. Doors open at 5 p.m., with her presentation to begin at 6 p.m.

March 8: MATHEW PRICHARD Grandson of Agatha Christie Monday, March 6, 7 p.m., Key Largo Cultural Center, MM102. Reception at 6 p.m. Information: www.fklcc.org

ALINA FERNÁNDEZ Daughter of Fidel Castro Wednesday, March 8, 6 p.m., Keys History & Discovery Center at the Islander Resort, MM82, Islamorada. Doors open at 5 p.m. Reservations at 305-922-2237 or via email at info@keysdiscovery.com. Thursday, March 9, 6 p.m., Key West Art & Historical Society, San Carlos Institute on Duval Street. Tickets, kwahs.org

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ernández will share her first-person, intimate account of growing up in Cuba. Through her insight as one of the Cuban elite, Fernandez will describe her life in Cuba, the surrounding political environment during the 1960s and ’70s, and a transparent view of her father and her relationship with him. Born in 1956 as the illegitimate daughter of Fidel Castro and Natalia Fernández, Alina Fernández grew to rebel against the political climate in Cuba. An outspoken dissident, in 1993 she disguised herself as a tourist and escaped Cuba, and was later granted political asylum in the U.S., where she remains one of her late father’s most outspoken opponents.  Fernández lives in Miami where she works in radio, and has a radio show called “Simplemente Alina” (Simply Alina) on WQBA in Miami. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, the fare on her variety show is light, with guests such as painters and musicians. She devotes Wednesdays to Cuban politics. Fidel Castro led a revolution against the dictator Fulgencia Batista. He ruled the island nation from 1959 to 2008, when he stepped down from the presidency, passing it to his brother, Raul. Fidel Castro died in November 2016. Fernández also will speak on Thursday, March 9, at 6 p.m. at the San Carlos Institute on Duval Street, sponsored by the Key West Art & Historical Society.


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THE ARTS

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athleen Denis’ journey to becoming a nationally recognized plein air artist from the Florida Keys began as a little girl while vacationing to the isles. Who would have guessed that later in life, the islands would call Denis back, but in her return, offer a new home for her artistic style to take on a new identity? Denis’ artistic training began early. By the age of 7, a young Denis had developed a solid foundation in painting. Her first art teacher, a fashion illustrator from the Jordan Marsh department store chain, had begun challenging the young artist to paint from memory at the age of 4. She would go on to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in graphic design from the University of Miami. After a decade of working in commercial art, Denis would soon become one of the nation’s top licensed artists. Corporations from around the world would license her art and put it on their goods. Her work has appeared on wallpaper, dishes, aprons, pot holders, pillows and fabrics. But her urge to create still burned. In those years as a commercial artist, Denis would visit art shows and, upon seeing plein air art, think to herself, “I want to do this.” After she finally stepped away from the commercial art world, Denis found a new direction for her artwork. She decided to begin a ministry known as Calvary Chapel, along with a charitable organization, known as the Door of Hope Outreach. Using scripture verses from the book of Hosea as inspiration, Denis created a series of five paintings titled “A Scream for Silence.” Using her artistic interpretations of five verses, Denis formulated Bible studies to accompany each scene. She would then travel to visit women who were incarcerated to speak to them about hope and redemption. The call to return to the Keys had become deafening at this point, and seven years ago, Denis would move south and open Calvary Chapel Florida Keys in Tavernier. However, there are no women-only jails in the Upper Keys and Denis put down the brush.

4 She decided to pick the brush back up five years ago. This time, Denis promised herself to paint the way she wanted to. To foster her renewed passion, she joined the artists of the Purple Isles Art Guild. “I fell in love with those folks,” said Denis. “I started going to meetings and attending plein air events, and soon discovered I loved plein air painting. Painting plein air is difficult because light, shadows and subjects can move, but there is something about it that is very addicting and made me feel very passionate about it.” Denis says the allure of plein air painting has much to do with her enjoyment in “recording things as they are.” Early mornings and late afternoons are the best times of day to capture scenery, says Denis. The light from a sunny day helps her capture the intensity of colors and light versus shadow. “When I get to a scene I’ll walk around, look at my subject from different angles, observe the shadows from different viewpoints, and wait until I see shapes, value, and color that really speak to me,” said Denis. Since renewing her love for painting, Denis has helped plein air find a place in the Keys community. She aided in the coordination and planning of the original Paradise Paint Out event, and still participates in it. Denis’ work is currently on exhibit at the Ocean Reef Art League Gallery in Key Largo, Red Bone Gallery in Islamorada, and now in her studio at Our Place in Paradise in Islamorada. Along with workshops at the Ocean Reef Art League, Denis will soon begin giving art lessons at her studio. Our Place in Paradise is set to open on Friday, April 7 at 6 p.m. Visit www.kathleendenis. com for more details.

1. “Day Break” was honored as the 2017 Artists Choice Award from the Plein Fun Fest in Delray, Florida. At the same event, Denis was also awarded with Plein Air Magazine’s Award of Excellence. 2. “Tropical Enticement” found a new home with fine art collector Steve Cook, City Councilman of Marathon. 3. “Tea Lime,” an 11x14 oil on panel masterpiece, was nationally recognized by Plein Air Magazine with the Best Plein Air Award for June/July of 2016. 4. “Morning Light” was created at the foot of Florida Bay, just behind the Caribbean Club in Key Largo.


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whalers in court for Sea Shepherd, uses an eclectic range of skills to share the beauty of the sea with others and to protect it for future generations. The fundraising event will celebrate the efforts Coral Restoration Foundation is leading throughout Florida and the Caribbean. The foundation is committed to restoring and preserving the coral reefs that are so important to coastal communities and to marine life. Proceeds from the event go directly back into reef restoration efforts in South Florida. Moreinformationisatgala.coralrestoration.org,viaemailatgala@coralrestoration.org or by phone at 305-453-7030.


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he Gigantic Nautical Flea Market made its return to the Upper Keys on Feb. 25 and 26. The market played host to hundreds of vendors, each offering something different for the sea-faring local. Through the joint efforts of the Key Largo and Upper Keys Rotary clubs, and some 300 volunteers, the 21ST installment of the flea market was a success. Shoppers descended on Founders Park to browse through the vast collection of nautical gear, apparel, trinkets, art and more. The proceeds from the flea market will be tallied before the Rotarians begin the process of interviewing students, and eventually distributing scholarship funds. —Weekly Staff report

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HOME FASHION New design center aims for ‘tropical chic’

Maite Martin is ready to assist in your next home makeover. Top: Visitors are in constant awe of the elegant Miami home of Robin Bauman, Mai D’cor most recent client.

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hen Maite Martin recently opened the doors of Mai D’cor in Islamorada, the next stage of her design center’s chapter began. What started as a homegrown operation in 2007 is now providing full service design and decorating services in the Florida Keys. Martin has spent 20 years working with custom home builders, decorating the interior of luxury homes in Miami and Davie. It’s given her the touch that could be desired as tropical chic. “When the housing market collapsed I was working as a design consultant for a home developer,” said Martin. So she decided to branch out to decorating to diversify and stay competitive in the field. She’s worked extensively with general contractors throughout the years, and has gained a knack for looking at design from a larger scope. “When I was little, I wanted to be a fashion designer,” said Martin of her initial interest in design. “The home is special place for people, and to know you helped them complete the design portion of their home is a lot more satisfying than helping them pick out an outfit.” As with fashion, Martin tailors her decorating recommendations to what clients find comfortable and are going to enjoy. “It’s all about the client, their needs, desires, and what is special to them,” said Martin. Her straightforward approach at balancing the client’s vision with helpful

suggestions allows Martin to “give them what they like,” and guide the decor to an ideal finish. Mai D’cor’s most recent client, Robin Bauman of Miami, said the decision of getting professional help has made all the difference in making her upscale home a true showplace. Mai D’cor coordinated the entire decorating and design of Bauman’s home, down to the handles on the closet doors, said Bauman. “She tied all the little things together to make it wonderful,” said Bauman. “She would pick up on little things, where at times my focus was too narrow. The first thing everybody asks when they come in is, ‘who is your decorator?’ She made my home beautiful while taking into consideration my taste and what I wanted.” Mai D’cor’s full home consultations encompass not only superficial decorating and design, but also structural improvements and trade related expertise. At its full service design center, Mai D’cor retails extensive, custom furniture, art, trinkets, and furnishings. The center also displays more than 100 unique mosaic tile options, lighting fixtures, window treatment options, and flooring selections. Visit Mai D’cor in the Tropical Optical shopping center at MM 81.5, oceanside, across the street from Lorelei’s, and browse the shop’s eclectic selection of décor that includes tropical, contemporary, classic and transitional themed goods.


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On Feb. 24, the Coral Shores High School Hurricane Wrestlers participated in regional competition at Cardinal Gibbons High School. Now a senior, Adam Reiss’ four years as a wrestler for Coral Shores culminated in a strong first showing at regionals, but ultimately he fell just shy of qualifying for state finals. As a student at Coral Shores, Reiss has studied two disciplines that constantly intrigue him, culinary skills and commercial fishing. His plan after high school is to attend Florida Keys Community College before transferring to Johnson and Wales University in Miami. His favorite dishes to prepare are pasta and Italianthemed meals. He’s been mastering sauces, and says he makes a mouth-watering linguini Alfredo. He has one piece of advice for underclassmen to be successful at Coral Shores: “keep your GPA up.”

After a successful push into regional wrestling action this year, Adam Reiss now retires from wrestling and turns his focus to mastering his culinary skills. After a fearless showing at regionals, you could say that Reiss is not ‘alfredo you.’

THEME: MARCH MADNESS ACROSS 1. Dust jacket promo 6. The NHL’s Stanley ____ 9. “The Sun ____ Rises” 13. Petroleum tanker 14. *Top March Madness seed 15. Sigourney Weaver’s 1979 box-office hit 16. Kind of ray 17. Expert 18. Mother, lovingly 19. *NCAA’s fill-in-the-blanks 21. *Final Four location 23. ____ B or ____ C, at the doctor’s office 24. Russian monarch 25. “Gross!” 28. Double Dutch gear 30. “____ of all trades,” pl. 34. Found in a racing shell 36. Mountain goat terrain 38. What Pinocchio was doing? 40. Margarita garnish 41. Before “pocus”? 43. Roofed colonnade 44. Type of acid 46. Roman public space, pl. 47. One of President’s two 48. Follow 50. Bathtime froth 52. “Get it?” 53. *Three pointer 55. Carry, as in suitcase 57. *Shared name of Kentucky and Villanova, sing. 61. New Norwegian language 65. Willow twig 66. Tiller’s tool 68. Salivate uncontrollably 69. Like a good singer 70. Old fashioned “before” 71. Ancient marketplace 72. Ballet’s pas 73. *St. John’s ____ Storm 74. Red Sea nation

DOWN 1. Fat Man or Little Boy 2. Baron Munchhausen, e.g. 3. Long forearm bone 4. Throw up 5. Worker who rolls dough for baked goods 6. Painter’s layer 7. *Tar Heels’ home 8. Circle of friends 9. Medicinal succulent 10. Sketch 11. 18-wheeler 12. December stone 15. Libertine 20. Unit of geological time 22. Pilgrimage to Mecca 24. Tea pot warmer 25. *School with most basketball titles 26. Filth 27. Surround 29. University teacher, for short 31. Benign lump 32. “The ____ Runner,” pl. 33. Annoy a bedfellow 35. Skin cysts 37. Spiritual leader 39. *Opening round, a.k.a. Play-In ____ 42. Lamentably 45. Public disapproval 49. Chapter in history 51. *March Madness selection day 54. Early anesthetic 56. Narrow valley between hills 57. Courts 58. Is not 59. Facebook button 60. Like a billionaire’s pockets 61. Scholarship criterion 62. Move over and “make ____!” 63. Sight for what eyes? 64. Third K in KKK 67. Metal-bearing mineral

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FOR SALE RESIDENTIAL Duplex For Sale in Marathon. 2BD/1BA each side. Excellent condition, long term tenants. $399,000 Financing available. Call 305-664-1286

HOBBIES / COLLECTIBLES PRIVATE COLLECTOR WANTS Rolex, Dive watches and Pilot watches. Old model Military clocks & watches. Call 305-7434578

LEGAL NOTICES IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION FILE NO.: 16-CP-141-P IN RE: THE ESTATE OF PATRICIA M. SILVER, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of PATRICIA M. SILVER, deceased, whose date of death was October 26, 2016 and whose social security number is XXX-XX-4812, is pending in the Circuit Court for Monroe County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 88820 Overseas Highway, Plantation Key, FL 33070. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representative’s attorney are set

LEGAL NOTICES forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent’s estate upon whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and persons having claims or demands against decedent’s estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN FLORIDA STATUTES SECTION 733.702 WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT’S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of the first publication of this notice is March 3, 2017. Personal Representative: ROBERT FELDMAN 2915 Drexel Drive Houston, TX 77027 Perlman, Bajandas, Yevoli & Albright, P.L. Counsel for Petitioner 283 Catalonia Avenue, Suite 200, Coral Gables, Florida 33134 T: 305.377.0086 F. 305.377.0781 By: John W. Annesser, Esq. Florida Bar No. 98233 Richard A. DeCicca, Esq. Florida Bar No. 48733 Publish: March 3 & March 10, 2017 The Weekly Newspapers

LEGAL NOTICES and the personal representative’s attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent’s estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent’s estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN FLORIDA STATUTES SECTION 733.702 WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT’S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this notice is: February 24, 2017. Personal Representative: Donald E. Hawkins 501 South Ridgewood Avenue Daytona Beach, FL 32114 Attorney for Personal Representative: David A. Burt Florida Bar Number: 197955 Hawkins, Hawkins & Burt, LLP 501 South Ridgewood Ave. Daytona Beach, FL 32114 Telephone: (386) 2524499 E-mail: davidburt@ hawkinsandburt.com Secondary: bonnie@ hawkinsandburt.com

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION FILE NO.: 2017-CP-06-M Middle Keys

Publish: February 24 & March 3, 2017

IN RE: ESTATE OF STEVEN F. ZARMSKY, Deceased.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,

NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of Steven F. Zarmsky, deceased, whose date of death was December 25, 2015, is pending in the Circuit Court for Monroe County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 3117 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida 33050. The names and addresses of the personal representative

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IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 17-DR-161-K Division: Family Dedrick Bethea, Petitioner, and Cassandra Mitchell, Respondent. NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE

LEGAL NOTICES (NO CHILD OR FINANCIAL SUPPORT) TO: Cassandra Mitchell ADDRESS: Unknown YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Dedrick Bethea whose address is 2200 Fogarty Avenue, Key West, Florida 33040, on or before April 7, 2017 and file the original with the clerk of this Court at 500 Whitehead Street, Key West, FL 33040 before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition. Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court’s office. You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court’s office notified of your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk’s office. WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings. Dated: Februrary 24, 2017 Kevin Madok, CPA Clerk of the Circuit Court Monroe County, Florida By: Shonta McLeod Deputy Clerk Publish: March 3, March 10, March 17 and March 24, 2017 The Weekly Newspapers FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MID KEYS SPORT FISHING, located at 136 BIMINI DRIVE, in the county of MONROE, in the city of MARATHON, FLORIDA 33050, intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. WILLIAM S.MOORE Publish: March 3, 2017 The Weekly Newspapers


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• CLASSIFIEDS, PUBLIC & LEGAL NOTICES • 305.743.0844

Help Wanted

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Center - Program Director The Domestic Abuse Shelter (DAS), a crisis center for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, has an opening for a full-time Program Director. Candidates need to be willing to work a varied schedule that could include nights, weekends, and rotating holidays to ensure coverage of the 24-hour emergency shelter facilities. Responsibilities include the day to day supervision and management of DAS residential facilities and outreach programs. The Program Director possesses at minimum, a Bachelor’s Degree and two years of experience providing direct services for survivors of domestic violence, or high school/equivalency and four years providing direct services for survivors of domestic violence. Two years of successful supervisory experience in a domestic violence and/or sexual assault agency is required. The candidate will have knowledge of the root causes of violence against women and oppressed groups, proven experience training staff, and excellent organizational skills. Those who identify as survivors of violence or abuse are encouraged to apply. This position is based in Monroe County in the Florida Keys. To apply, please send required: Cover letter, resume, salary requirements and three references to DASjobs@fcadv.org. Domestic Abuse Shelter is an equal opportunity employer and encourages candidates from diverse populations to apply. If accommodation is needed in order to participate in the application process, please email us at DASjobs@fcadv.org

Real Estate Sales top Producer, Sam Williams with Coldwell Banker Schmitt, is growing his business and seeking a talented Real Estate Assistant in Marathon to share in the success! Prior Administrative Assistant or Executive Assistant experience in a fast-paced office is required and must be able to take charge of transaction coordination duties, including listings and buyer sales, handling the sale of each transaction, carrying files from the beginning of a sale to the closing - including managing paperwork from all parties involved, scheduling appointments and coordinating communication among parties and team members. Must be organized, self-starting administrative professional with excellent communication and customer service skills. Competitive compensation offered. 35k per year first 6 months then to 40k within 6 months based on performance with room to grow. Keyboarding/computer skills a must. Email resume to sam.williams@coldwellbanker.com

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MARATHON YACHT CLUB

NOW HIRING

Server / Bartender

Front of House Manager

Work on the Ocean

Full time position managing bar and FOH server staff 3 years leadership experience required Excellent compensation and benefits NO SUMMER LAYOFFS Send resume to:

mike@marathonyachtclub.com

Private Swim club hiring server/bartender Apply in Person

The Cabana Club 425 E. Ocean Dr. Key Colony Beach 305-743-4443

EOE

Marina, Bar & Grill

NOW HIRING: Full time and Part time positions for

Servers, Dock hand/Cashier Full time receives Benefits/Vacation pay

Apply in Person: 1200 Oceanview Avenue (Off 15th Street)

Marathon (305) 743-5317

HIRING Assistant Branch Operations Manager Assistant BSA Officer Branch Manager Business Analyst Consumer Loan Manager Lead Teller Loan Servicing Assistant Manager Portfolio Analyst Teller VP/Regulatory Compliance/BSA Officer

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Immediate opening for a HVAC Service Technician Upper & Middle Keys. Great Pay • Paid Holidays • Sick Pay • Medical Insurance • Paid Vacation

Apply in person 171 Hood Ave • MM 91.5 • Tavernier p 305-852-2960 • f 305-852-0656

THE MOORINGS

Apply Online @KeysBank.com

MM 81.5 Seeking self-motivated people for

General Housekeeping Fax Resumes to 1-305-664-4242 or pick up an application at 123 Beach Rd. Islamorada

We offer 401k, 401a, profit sharing, educational reimbursement, health/dental plans, short/long term disability, and life insurance, as well as paid time off and holidays for full-time employees.

Equal Housing Lender

MARATHON GARBAGE SERVICE IMMEDIATE OPENINGS

for the following positions:

Truck Helpers CDL Drivers Diesel Mechanics Applicants must apply in person to be considered. 4290 Overseas Hwy, Marathon

OFFICE SPACES FOR RENT Office spaces FOR RENT starting at $250/mo. Parking spaces also available. Located on US 1, Cudjoe Key. 305-304-0776

We Buy Gold Locally! Cash Flow Jewelry and Pawn Townsquare Mall Marathon

EOE-M/F/V/D

Member FDIC

Management positions @ Fairvilla's Sexy Things (524 Front Street, Key West Florida 33040) Applicants must be open minded & personable with the ability to lead others. Should enjoy interacting with customers, and be a responsible self-starter with computer skills & the ability to focus on details. Reply to this job posting by sending all of the following to Cherie@fairvilla.com: Letter of interest on the available position • Current resume & your availability & include your favorite joke PLEASE NOTE: Emails that only include a resume without a letter of interest will NOT be considered. • Applicants must be 18 years of age or older.


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let’s do business - (305) 743-0844 Rent the Legendary Keys Cruisers $45 per week includes baskets-locks-lights

We also rent Kayaks

Free Delivery, Free Pick Up & Free Snow Removal Marathon and Key Colony Beach

305-743-3204

www.bikemarathonbikerentals.com

All Keys Real Estate

Brenda Alexander

Broker Associate

10055 Overseas Highway Marathon, FL 33050 305-481-5156 (Direct) www.KeysIslandSales.com Brenda@KeysIslandSales.com

Selling The Florida Keys...

Each Office Independently Owned and Operated

NEW & REPAIR

305-664-0099 www.TikiHuts.com

STATE CERTIFIED THATCHING CONTRACTOR CYC 000002

Karen Raspe, P.A. karen@acresales.com 305.393.9010

9141 Overseas Hwy. Marathon, FL 33050

Kitchen Cabinets Sales REAL Wood Cabinets at Particle Board Prices KitchenKorner/Fred's Beds 1333 O/S Hwy, MM 53.5 • 305-743-7277

Floor & Wall Tiles Porcelain/Planks Marble Carpets Quartz & Granite Countertops

Lic#SP-3562

We Do Installations! Licensed & Insured

FREE ESTIMATES U.S.1 & 109th St, Marathon (Across from Beall’s Outlet)

289-3019

DOT PALM, Inc. LANDSCAPING & TREE SERVICES

SP 3636

TREE CLIMBER WANTED F R E E E S T I M AT E S FREE

MULCH

WWW.DOTPALMS.COM

Sportfishing Adventures

Dolphin-Tuna-Wahoo-Billfish-Snapper-Grouper-Shark Deep Sea –Off Shore-Reef-Wrecks-Gulf

info@johnnymaddoxcharters.com

305-481-3259

Keys Fisheries Market & Marina Mile Marker 48.5, Marathon End of 35th Street Bayside

LEARN HOW TO DANCE Ballroom & Latin Dance Private & Group Lessons First Lesson Free!

Theo & Ganine’s DANCE CENTER 305-766-3428 Gulfside Village #40

Gift Certificates Available

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Upper Keys Rotary Club

22nd Annual Gigantic

Key Largo Rotary Club

NAUTICAL FLEA MARKET presented by

AJ Vetter 305 304 8841

The Rotary Clubs of the Upper Keys say

THANK YOU

to these sponsors, who help us earn nearly a quarter of a million dollars in scholarships annually for local students! ALL KEYS BOAT LIFTS (305) 453-0076

www.GiganticNauticalFleaMarket.org

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