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Now in its 25th Year! June 13 - 19, 2013 Vol.25, No.39

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Dancefest 2013 Saturday, June 15th

Also this week: Father’s Day• Da spot Grand opening • ste-lisi-Dou Comedy show • Fish Fry & Basketball


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EHR Learning Centre Celebrates 40 For a group of eager and happy children, somehow smiling through their disabilities, this coming Tuesday, June 18th at Treasure Isle Hotel will be like a “prom night.” The culmination of a year of 40th anniversary celebrations for the Eslyn Henley Richiez Learning Centre, will include a formal dinner, awards ceremony and a commemorative booklet. “Although it won’t be an actual prom, it will be a dress up formal night for the youths, teachers and alumni,” said Principle, Vansittart Huggins. The school, which is now located at John’s Hole just down from the Red Cross building, was originally birthed through the Red Cross in 1972 to fill the community’s need for a facility to serve children with disabilities. It was located in a small building in MacNamara and was christened the Fort Charlotte Children’s Learning Centre. The school moved to its present location in 1977 and a year later was renamed after the schools first principal, Eslyn Richiez, who along with her only assistant Alice Leonard faithfully kept the school going for a number

of years until other teachers were employed. Today there are six full time teachers as well as a guidance counselor and music teacher, who come in twice a week. The school has maintained an enrollment of close to 20 students, presently ranging in age from five years to 20 years old. “We follow the same National Educational Curriculum as the public schools, but we modify it for our needs, “ explains Mrs. Huggins. There is also a basic enrichment program, which draws out the abilities of the children, developed by an Israeli Professor named Feuerstein that the school uses with great success. “The school recently decided to develop a “reading garden” on their grounds. So plans were made to get some tables with umbrella covers and set up other small picnic tables under two mango trees, so the children could experience reading in a quiet outdoor setting. The outdoor grounds also have a small garden, where the children learn gardening skills, as well as playground equipment. One of the things that Principal Huggins is most proud about is her staff. ”I always brag about my teachers, I have never seen such a dedicated group. They all bring something different to the table and work as a real team.” This Ruby Anniversary for the HER Learning Center with a gala event planned sounds like it is sparkling already. – Jane Bakewell

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Ask Koren Your personal E-therapist, is in the house!

I Don’t Want Children

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Dear Koren, I am in my thirties and I have only been married a year and almost every single person I meet asks me when I am going to get a child. From my family, to friends, even people at work. You need to let people know that not everybody wants children and they need to back off. I am fed-up. They make it seem like something is wrong with me and my husband or that we are selfish to not want any harassing children! –Name withheld

making a purposeful decision that you do not have the temperament or the means to raise children or you want to devote your life to caring in other ways, is not selfish. Now back to you, writer. I have done my part and delivered your message, now you must do your part too. Stop being thin skinned and stop getting angry at people for asking what they are used to; it would be emotionally exhausting for you to blow your top every time someone asked you something you did not like. Also, your “harassing children” comment is just as insensitive as what people say to you. You were once a child and there are many precious children who their parents consider to be a gift. So don’t do what you are accusing others of which is being one-sided. Let persons know you’d rather not discuss it, or it’s not in your immediate plans or something else that is polite and cuts the conversation short. For your family who expect a bit more, let them know you and your husband are comfortable with your decision and you appreciate their support and understanding.

Hello there, You have to admit that many people follow the pattern of getting married in their twenties or thirties and then shortly after having a baby; so it’s what people are used to. Think of it as them wanting what they think is best for you and not as them being nosey or making you seem selfish. I will do my best to follow your instructions to let people know to back off. So to our readers, please exercise tact and sensitivity as not everyone wants children. Also, when you are asking and the person has been trying desperately, your pressuring them can be frustrating. Also, choosing not to have a child is not an automatic indicator of selfishness – many people have children and cannot adequately care for them or ill-treat them and that is selfish. However,

Lime ... “to hang around idly” or “to go out on the town.” Source: The Dictionary of Virgin Islands English Creole by the late educator and historian Lito Valls. The Limin’ Times brings you all the news about when and where to “lime” in the British Virgin Islands. Limin’ Times Entertainment Guide

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By Jane Bakewell

Supporting Local Artists The BVI is blessed with some amazingly talented artists. The tropical setting is hard to beat, sunsets and sunrises can be breathtaking and there is no lack of inspiration with colorful flowers and a cultural mix of colorful people. Art in the islands can be seen in government buildings, in offices and in private collections, outdoors on walls like Fahie Hill on the Ridge Road or on the wall across from the Methodist Church on Chapel Hill in East End. Collections of local artists work can be seen at The Gallery on Main Street and shows are often held at the Sugar Works Museum in Lower Estate. Recently, on a “writer’s assignment,” I was visiting the Craft Alive Village to see the new expansion and talk with the local vendors. At the end of several hours there I stopped in to one of the colorful wooden buildings to visit painter Joseph Hodge in his Asanté Studio. It was nice to take a break, look at his artwork

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and observe his conversations with friends and potential customers, who flowed in and out. Joseph sat at the open door on a chair with a small painting in his lap, his palette just to his left on a table and worked deftly on a landscape scene while cajoling those walking by to come on in. I have admired Joseph Hodge’s work for sometime. Many of his pieces depict a time gone by in Virgins Island life, when fishermen ruled and farmers worked the land, when village life was simple and everyone knew each other’s families. I always admired his ability to depict light on water, the way he captured capping waves and their movement, and had wanted a Joseph Hodge painting of the sea for some time. As I looked around I saw a painting of a fisherman pulling up his fish pot, the water had the light dancing off it and the magenta and purple hues of a sunset blanketed the sky in the background. This was my day. It was a done deal. I knew this was my painting. For those of you who have tarried like I did with that “someday” approach, I encourage you to get out and support local artists. Visit Asante Studio or stop in The Gallery on Main Street, which is having a massive moving sale through the end of June. Your favorite artist’s work could soon be hanging on your wall as well.

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some great discounts in time for Father’s Day on cologne, perfumes (15%) and liquor (10%) from June 10th through the 15th. Get in early to select a special fragrance for your favorite father.

It’s that time of year again where parents beam, children get a chance to shine and everyone comes away enriched by the talent displayed. Saturday June 15th is the annual BVI Children’s Dancefest at Briercliffe Hall. Children and teens will get a chance to show the fruit of their many hours of rehearsal and love of dance. Performances will cover an array of dance styles including ballet, classic jazz, pop jazz, tap, hip hop, contemporary and liturgical dance. The annual Dancefest showcases over 300 young performers from the local community. The music, costumes and choreography are fresh each year and this is a great event for the whole family to enjoy. Tickets are available at Bolos, Sensus Gym and the BVI Dance School. Tickets for adults are $10 and $5 for children 12 years and under. Doors open at 6:30pm.

Palm Groovin is Movin’ Palm Groovin Restaurant is relocating at the former Beach Club Terrace and is now called Da Spot. For night owls, they will also be unveiling Club Opium and Sports Bar in the same location. The grand opening for the new venue” will be on Friday, June 14th 4:30 pm with Groovin Happy Hours on the new roadside piano deck. “Freaky Fridays” kicks off with music by DJ Bertrum and DJ Crusher. Stay on for the Live Grill featuring lobster, steak and fish. On Saturday night doors open at 11pm for more hot DJ sounds. Da Spot is open daily from 11am with local lunch and dinner and an all day “Wings Gone Wild” and “Pasta Palace” menu.

For that Special Dad Father’s will enjoy bubbles in the water and in the glass at The Tamarind Club where there is a special Moet & Chandon Champagne brunch and pool party on Sunday, June 16th. The brunch menu includes savory breakfast and lunch items. Plum Rose Restaurant at Prospect Reef is offering a special “Why I Love My Father’s Day Brunch” featuring music by Candyman, There will be an open mike to express your love for Dad plus many delicious entrees’ from Chef Imran. BVI Duty Free is offering

Laughter Therapy The St. Lucia comedic group Che Compeche will be performing Ste-Lisi-Dou ( St Lucia is Sweet) at Briercliffe Hall on Sunday June 16th at 8pm. This nine member group has a loyal island following and performs internationally. Using old time cultural humor this is a fun way to spend Father’s Day evening with

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live music • events • concerts •

QUITO’S — Reggae & Jerk night with live music by

THURSDAY - JUNE 13

Quito & the Edge from 9:30pm

ROAD TOWN PUSSER’S — Daily Happy Hour from 5-7pm

VG & OUTER ISLANDS

CANE GARDEN BAY

SCRUB ISLAND — Live music and BBQ 6-10pm

MYETT’S — Tapas Night from 6pm, Sunset Happy

SATURDAY - JUNE 15

Hour 5-7pm

ROAD TOWN

ELMS — Happy Hour 4-6pm

PUSSER’S — Daily Happy Hour from 5-7pm

QUITO’S — Happy Hour with Candyman from 4pm

GINNY’S — Authentic Indian Cuisine from 6pm

& live music by Quito Rymer from 7:30pm BRIERCLIFFE HALL — BVI Dance Fest 6:30pm

FRIDAY - JUNE 14 EAST END ROAD TOWN

CEDAR SCHOOL — Yard sale 8am

PUSSER’S — Daily Happy Hour from 5-7pm CANE GARDEN BAY GINNY’S — Authentic Indian Cuisine from 6pm MYETT’S — Beach volleyball & more, Sunset Happy DA SPOT — Grand Opening 4:30pm, music and happy hour specials (formally Beach Club Terrace) WEST END

WEST END THE CLUBHOUSE AT FRENCHMAN’S — Mojito

THE CLUBHOUSE AT FRENCHMAN’S — Mojito Madness Jappy Jour and $2 tacos

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Hour 5-7

Madness Jappy Jour and $2 tacos WEST END BASKETBALL COURT — Fish fry and

BANANAKEET — Happy Hour 4-7pm

Basketball benefit game 5:30pm

CANE GARDEN BAY

SUNDAY - JUNE 16

MYETT’S — Pizza Night 6pm, Candyman Happy

ROAD TOWN

Hour 5-7pm

BRIERCLIFFE HALL — Ste-Lisi-Dou (St. Lucia is

ELMS — Happy Hour 4-6pm, Beach BBQ & music

Sweet) Che Compache comedy show 6:30pm

by the Elmtones from 7pm

PROSPECT REEF — Plum Rose Restaurant Father’s

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ts • parties • sports • movies and more

Day Brunch from 11am

Monday 5:30-7:30pm with live steel pan music---

WEST END

VG & OUTER ISLANDS

THE CLUBHOUSE AT FRENCHMAN’S — Sunday

SCRUB ISLAND — Live music & buffet 6-10pm

Brunch from 11-2pm CANE GARDEN BAY

UPCOMING EVENTS

TUESDAY - JUNE 18 ROAD TOWN

QUITO’S — Open from 11am, serving Lunch & Dinner

EHRL CENTRE — 40th Anniversary Dinner 6pm

ELMS — Happy Hour 4-6pm, Beach BBQ & music

CANE GARDEN BAY

by the Elmtones from 7pm

MYETT’S — Sunset Happy Hour Candyman5-7pm &

MYETT’S —Father’s Day Brunch & Steel Pan Vibes for

Speciality pizza from 6pm

Happy Hour 5-7pm & Special Father’s Day dinner

QUITO’S — Live music by Quito Rymer 7:30pm

EAST END

WEST END

TAMARIND CLUB — Moet and Chandon Champagne

THE CLUBHOUSE AT FRENCHMAN’S — Mojito

Brunch and Pool Party

Madness Jappy Jour and $2 tacos

Dog Show @ Capt. Mulligan’s — June 22

WEDNESDAY - JUNE 19

Miss Earth BVI Pageant — June 30

MONDAY - JUNE 17 ROAD TOWN CANE GARDEN BAY PUSSER’S — Daily Happy Hour from 5-7pm

Trellis Bay Full Moon Party June 23

MYETT’S — Hump Day - 2 for 1 Bushwacker specials, Temptation Island 2

— June 29

CANE GARDEN BAY

3D Band at 7 for dinner & dance

MYETT’S — Margarita Monday with Mexican Food

ELMS — Happy Hour 4-6pm, Pizza & Shepherds Pie

Specials & Candyman for Sunset Happy Hour 5-7pm

& live entertainment

WEST END

QUITO’S — Fish Fry with Too Smooth from 7:30pm

BANANAKEET — Sunset Happy Hour 4-6pm,

VG & OUTER ISLANDS

Oren Hodge on Guitar from 6:30pm

SCRUB ISLAND — Wine tasting 5-7pm, Old San Juan Summer Sizzle 2013

CLEM’S BY THE SEA — Happy Hour every

cookout 7pm

RBVIYC Youth Sailing Summer Camp — Month of July Third World Band in Concert — July 6 — July 11-14 August Monday Parade — Aug 5 Festival Horse Races — Aug 6

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the whole family. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at Bolo’s and Speedys. For more information call 340-6264

Fish Fry and Basketball All are invited to come out on Saturday June 15th for a lively night of basketball competition and a local fish fry at the Benjamin A. Romney Park at 5:30pm. Food and drinks will be on sale with music by DJ Skinny. All proceeds will be contributed to 14-year old cancer survivor, Shaheem Richards.

Open your Boot for Cedar School Saturday is sale day and tables will be filled and cars will be lined up in the Cedar School parking lot with their “boots open” filled with all kinds of great bargains for the taking. Many will be cleaning out their households so many pre-loved and useful items will be available. Sale starts from 8am.

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By Arlena St. Hilaire

Identity Thief tives request a mug shot and realize their mistake. When the police refuse to offer any help, Sandy realizes that his only choice is to catch the imposter himself and bring her back to Denver to face justice and clear his name. Sandy convinces his employers to give him one week to lure Diana back to Denver. He cooks up an elaborate sting operation that will trick the crook into confessing her crimes and clearing his name. Unfortunately, this wily thief isn't going down without a fight, and with a grizzly “skip tracer” (bounty hunter) (Robert Patrick) and a pair of vicious gangsters (Génesis Rodríguez and T.I.) determined to get the fake Sandy first – every step along the way will be a struggle.

In Identity Thief Sandy Patterson, a Colorado businessman (Jason Bateman), is tricked by Diana (Melissa McCarthy) a Floridia con artist who dupes her mark into sharing his vital statistics (name, date of birth, credit card number) over the phone. Diana the identity thief has spending habits that threatens Sandy’s job, his family and his future. Sandy a mild-mannered Denver accountant with a gorgeous wife (Amanda Peet), two precocious kids, and a selfish boss (Jon Favreau), who is swindling him at every turn. Sandy and his wife are already struggling to make ends meet and with a new baby on the way – every little bit counts Sandy’s thrown a lifeline by an entrepreneurial colleague (John Cho) starting his own company. Sandy is offered a better salary, a vice president’s title and a corner office. It all sounds too good to be true. Unfortunately, before Sandy can move in to the corner office, he’s told that his credit scores are in the toilet and before he can become the vice president at the new company and manage billions of dollars for clients, he needs to clear his name. Fortunately Sandy is in luck; after the unrepentant Florida fraudster (McCarthy), who stole his identity causes a stir in a club and misses her court date, Sandy is arrested and promptly released when detec13

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tv specials & highlights THURSDAY JUNE 13, 2013 7:00 0 Trading Spouses: Meet Your New Mommy B The First 48 L Alaska: The Last Frontier P Alaska State Troopers 8:31 * Two and a Half Men 9:00 ) Beauty and the Beast , NOVA ` The Office P Life Below Zero 9:01 * Person of Interest 9:30 6 Secrets of the Earth L Buying Alaska 9:31 ` Parks and Recreation 10:00 0 Wife Swap 1 Dog Whisperer L Property Wars P Life Below Zero 10:01 * Elementary ` Hannibal 4 Graceland 10:30 > Fashion Police (Part 4 of 4) L Property Wars 10:50 π The Borgias (Part 12 of 12) 11:00 1 Rattlesnake Republic P Life Below Zero

P Crossing the Ice Australian adventurers dare to journey across Antarctica to the South Pole and back again. (N) 8:05 ∏ R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series 8:30 2 Real Husbands of Hollywood 6 Storm Riders > Fashion Police (Part 2 of 4) B Storage Wars ∏ R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series 9:00 _ ( What Would You Do? ) Supernatural 9:30 2 Real Husbands of Hollywood 6 Storm Riders > Fashion Police (Part 4 of 4) B Storage Wars 10:00 _ ( 20/20 * Blue Bloods 10:01 ` Rock Center With Brian Williams 10:30 2 Real Husbands of Hollywood 11:00 1 Into the Lion’s Den 2 Real Husbands of Hollywood 3 Falling Skies 4 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 6 Storm Riders L How We Invented the World P Crossing the Ice Australian adventurers dare to journey across Antarctica to the South Pole and back again. ∂ VICE

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FRIDAY JUNE 14, 2013 7:00 B Storage Wars P Explorer 7:30 2 Real Husbands of Hollywood B Storage Wars [ BackStory 7:45 3 For the Birds A large bird tries to join a group of smaller birds sitting on a telephone wire. 8:00 _ ( Shark Tank ) Nikita * Undercover Boss ` Dateline NBC

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SATURDAY JUNE 15, 2013 7:00 4 NCIS 7:30 B Storage Wars 8:00 _ ( Zero Hour * The Mentalist 1 Off the Hook: Extreme Catches 4 NCIS 6 Deadliest Space Weather < Loyola, the Soldier Saint The Life of Ignatius, from the Spanish court of his

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youth to his military career and his founding of the Jesuit order. 8:30 1 Off the Hook: Extreme Catches 6 Tornado 360 Examining every moment of a once in a lifetime disaster. 9:00 _ ( Zero Hour * Blue Bloods 1 Call of the Wildman 4 NCIS 9:30 1 Call of the Wildman ∫ Especial Auto Show Chicago 2013 10:00 _ ( Mistresses * 48 Hours 1 Tanked 4 NCIS 10:15 $ Drenaje Profundo 10:30 B Storage Wars 11:00 1 Gator Boys 4 NCIS L Alaska: The Last Frontier N Richard Petty: A Racer’s Life Richard Petty shares the real truths behind this simple man. P Ultimate Survival Alaska

SUNDAY JUNE 16, 2013 7:00 * 60 Minutes 7:30 , Fathers & Daughters: Journeys of the Heart Bond shared between fathers and daughters. ` Betty White’s Off Their Rockers B Duck Dynasty 8:00 * Elementary , Unlisted: A Story of Schizophrenia A woman reconnects with her father after nearly a decade apart. 1 Gator Boys 8:20 ∫ The Geneva International Motor Show 2012


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tv specials & highlights 8:30 2 Steve Harvey: Don’t Trip... He Ain’t Through with Me Yet Steve Harvey’s stand-up performance in front on church-folk. 6 Secrets of the Earth B Duck Dynasty 9:00 * The Good Wife , Masterpiece Classic (Part 7 of 8) ` 2013 Miss USA Competition Contestants vie for the crown in the 62nd annual competition. (N) 0 The Client List 9:30 6 Weather That Changed the World B Duck Dynasty 10:00 $ Extranormal * The Mentalist , Masterpiece Mystery! 4 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 10:30 2 Rickey Smiley: Live From Atlanta Smiley takes the stage to perform stand up comedy; look at Rickey’s family and friends. > Keeping Up With the Kardashians B Storage Wars 11:00 1 Gator Boys ∫ Banshee

1 My Pet Shame 9:30 * Mike & Molly 10:00 * Hawaii Five-0 , Independent Lens 1 Dog Whisperer 10:01 _ ( Mistresses ` The Winner Is... 10:30 > After Lately N Dumbest Stuff on Wheels 11:00 1 Call of the Wildman

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MONDAY JUNE 17, 2013 7:00 4 NCIS L Fast N’ Loud P The Numbers Game 8:00 _ ( The Bachelorette ) Oh Sit! * How I Met Your Mother 1 The Planet’s Funniest Animals 8:05 ∏ The Adventures of Merlin 8:30 * Rules of Engagement 1 Deadly 60 6 Iceberg Hunters P Brain Games 9:00 ) The Carrie Diaries * 2 Broke Girls

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TUESDAY JUNE 18, 2013 7:00 0 Dance Moms B Storage Wars L Deadliest Catch P Taboo USA 7:30 B Storage Wars 7:45 ∫ Especial Auto Show Chicago 2013 8:00 ) Hart of Dixie * NCIS 0 Dance Moms 1 The Planet’s Funniest Animals 2 The BET Awards 2011 Honors achievement in music, entertainment and sports at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. P Sex: How It Works Exploring sex through gripping real-life stories, new technology and cutting edge computer graphics. (N) ∏ Primeval 8:30 , American Experience 1 Deadly 60 6 Prospectors B Storage Wars 9:00 ) America’s Next Top Model * NCIS: Los Angeles 0 Dance Moms 1 My Cat From Hell 10:30 > Keeping Up With the Kardashians B Shipping Wars

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N American Trucker 11:00 4 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation P Sex: How It Works Exploring sex through gripping real-life stories, new technology and cutting edge computer graphics.

WEDNESDAY JUNE 19, 2013 7:00 0 Unsolved Mysteries 7:30 B Duck Dynasty 7:40 Z Hollywood’s Top Ten 8:00 _ ( The Middle ) Arrow * The American Baking Competition ` Dateline NBC 8:30 _ ( Family Tools 1 Deadly 60 B Duck Dynasty 9:00 _ ( Modern Family ) Supernatural ` Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 0 John Walsh Investigates: Abduction in the Heartland Interviews with victims of abduction and their families. (N) 1 Too Cute! 4 Royal Pains ∂ Beyoncé: Life Is but a Dream Profile of the life and career of the singer. 9:15 ∫ Yas Island 9:30 N Wrecked 9:31 _ ( How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life) 10:00 _ ( ABC’s The Lookout * CSI: Crime Scene Investigation , Secrets of the Dead ` Chicago Fire L The Big Brain Theory: Pure Genius


By Dean “The Sportsman” Greenaway

The All American Sailor Of all the territory’s athletes who have matriculated at Colleges and Universities across the length and breadth of the United States in various sports over the years, only two can lay claim to earning All America Honors in their respective sport for three successive years. Roger Williams University Hawks Sr. sailor, Alec Anderson closed out his stellar sailing career with the distinction of earning a third All America Honor. He joined track and field athlete Chantel Malone as the territory’s only two collegians to accomplish this feat. Anderson, a former Cedar School student helped the Hawks to a seventh place finish in both the Inter Collegiate Sailing Association Coed Championships and the team racing championships, closing out his college career at the end of May. The championships were held in St. Petersburg, Florida. Anderson became only the third sailor in the Hawks’ storied sailing history to accomplish the feat including St. Thomas’ Cy Thompson’s run in 2009, 2010 and 2011. He was also a finalist for the Everett B. Morris College Sailor of the Year Award. “I’ve been extremely blessed and I’m very satisfied of how I did at Roger Williams,” Anderson said. “Sailing being one of the staple sports at Roger Williams, as a sailor, it was always nice having the support from the school. This really drove us and we always had something to prove, we are always trying to accomplish new objec-

tives that the school had for the sailing team.” Anderson who spent many afternoons on the water in the Sir Francis Drake Channel after classes at Cedar practicing his craft, said he was lucky to be part of the Hawks’ team. They were ranked first in the country; first time they qualified for team nationals with a lot of other firsts. “It was really cool to be part of that as well as doing well individually, receive good academics and all in all it has been a really good four years,” he noted. “It has helped me to be in the position I need to be in going forward towards an Olympic Games campaign.” Anderson’s returning to the territory and wasting no time off the water. He’s gearing up for a training session with sailing guru, St. Thomas’ Chris Rosenberg, at month’s end. “Chris is one of the better watermen. If he’s not on a wakeboard, he’s on a kite board. If he’s not on a kite board he’s on a surfboard. If he’s not on a surf board he’s on a wind surfer – he’s always doing something on the water,” Anderson pointed out. “He’s super technical and the boat I’ve chosen to pursue is extremely high performance and a highly physical boat. The concept of dinghy sailing and smaller sailboat sailing, still apply but are not a prevalent. If anyone is young enough, is flexible enough and has the technical background to do something like this, it’s Chris. I’m up for the challenge.”

Alec Anderson...Photo Credit: Rob Migliaccio

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THURSDAY JUNE 13, 2013 12:30 PM M The Next Bite 12:45 PM 9 Sport Today 1:00 9 BBC News M American Hero Experience 1:30 M O’Neill Outside 2:00 M Intrepid Outdoors 2:30 M Babe Winkelman’s Good Fishing 3:00 & ` 2013 U.S. Open Golf Championship First Round. (N) 4:00 ; Golf Life N On the Edge P Mountain Movers 4:30 ; Courtside Jones 5:00 & 8 2013 U.S. Open Golf Championship First Round. (N) 6:00 M The Crossover With Michelle Beadle (N) 7:00 & The Clemente Effect 8:00 8 2013 U.S. Open Golf Championship Best of the First Round. N Auto Racing General Tire Mint 400. 8:30 _ ( NBA Countdown (N) 9:00 _ ( 2013 NBA Finals Game 4 11:00 M The Crossover With Michelle Beadle 11:30 M Pro Football Talk (N)

FRIDAY JUNE 14, 2013 12:30 PM 9 BBC News M Into the Blue 1:00 9 BBC News 3:00 & ` 2013 U.S. Open Golf Championship Second Round. 3:30 N NASCAR Racing Sprint Cup: Quicken Loans 400, Qualifying. (N) 4:30 9 Football Focus 5:00 & 8 2013 U.S. Open Golf Championship Second Round. 6:00 9 BBC News M The Crossover With Michelle Beadle (N) 7:00 8 SportsCenter (N) 7:30 & MLB Baseball San Francisco Giants at Atlanta Braves. 8:00 8 2013 U.S. Open Golf Championship Best of the Second Round. (N Same-day Tape) ; Boxing Golden Boy Live: Johan Perez vs. Steve Forbes. 10:00 N ARCA RE/MAX Series Racing Michigan. 11:00 & ICC Champions Trophy Highlights

SATURDAY JUNE 15, 2013 12:30 PM 9 Final Score N NASCAR Racing Sprint Cup: Quicken Loans 400, Final Practice. (N) 1:30 * Rev 3 Championship ; Big 12 Showcase Women’s Sports Special 2:15 _ ( NASCAR Racing Nationwide Series: Alliance Truck Parts 250. (N) 2:30 8 Soccer Confederations Cup: Brazil vs. Japan. (N) Limin’ Times Entertainment Guide

3:00 & College Baseball NCAA World Series, Game 1: Team 4:00 M IndyCar Racing Milwaukee IndyFest. (N) 7:00 & NHRA Drag Racing Ford Thunder Valley Nationals, Qualifying. (N Same-day Tape) 8:00 ` 2013 Stanley Cup Final Game 8 College Baseball NCAA World Series, Game 2: Teams 10:00 ; Boxing Golden Boy Live: Johan Perez vs. Steve Forbes. N NASCAR Racing Sprint Cup: Quicken Loans 400, Final Practice. 10:30 M Premier League World 11:30 M Boxing

SUNDAY JUNE 16, 2013 12:30 PM * Sports Gone Wild 1:00 & NHRA Drag Racing Ford Thunder Valley Nationals. ; EA Sports Game Time = MLB Baseball Chicago Cubs at New York Mets. (N) 2:30 8 Soccer Confederations Cup: Mexico vs. Italy. (N) 3:00 & College Baseball NCAA World Series, Game 3: Teams 5:00 8 Confederations Cup Studio N MotoGP Racing Moto 2: Catalunyan Grand Prix. 5:45 8 Soccer Confederations Cup: Spain vs. Uruguay. (N) 7:31 _ ( NBA Countdown (N) 8:00 & College Baseball NCAA World ( 2013 NBA Finals Game 5: 8 MLB Baseball San Francisco Giants at Atlanta Braves. (N) 10:40 = Instant Replay (N) 11:00 & NHRA Drag Racing Ford Thunder Valley Nationals. 11:30 ` Sports Final

MONDAY JUNE 17, 2013 12:30 PM M Bill Dance Outdoors 2:30 & Highly Questionable (N) M Jimmy Houston Outdoors 2:45 8 Soccer Confederations Cup: Tahiti vs. Nigeria. (N) 3:00 & College Baseball NCAA World Series, Game 5: Teams 6:00 & SportsNation (N) 8:00 & College Baseball NCAA World Series, Game 6: Teams 4 WWE Monday Night RAW M 2013 Stanley Cup Final Game 2 N Pinks - All Out 9:00 9 BBC News 10:00 8 Baseball Tonight (N) 9 BBC News 10:30 M NHL Live (N) 11:00 & SportsNation M Pro Football Talk (N) N Pinks - All Out 11:30 M NHL Overtime (N)

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12:30 PM M Babe Winkelman’s Good Fishing 12:45 PM 9 Sport Today 1:00 N MotoGP Racing Moto 2: Catalunyan Grand Prix. 1:30 M North American Fisherman 2:00 & Numbers Never Lie (N) N MotoGP Racing World Championship: Catalunyan Grand Prix. 2:30 & Highly Questionable (N) 3:00 & Outside the Lines (N) 8 College Baseball NCAA World Series, Game 7: Teams 6:30 M The Crossover With Michelle Beadle 7:00 . MLB Baseball Los Angeles Dodgers at New York Yankees. ; Boys in the Hall 8:00 & College Baseball NCAA World Series, Game 8: Teams ; Bull Riding N Gearz (N) 8:30 8 FIFA World Cup Qualifying United States vs. Honduras. (N) 8:31 _ ( NBA Countdown (N) 9:00 _ ( 2013 NBA Finals Game 6 10:30 ; UFC Ultimate Insider M The Crossover With Michelle Beadle 11:00 9 BBC News M Pro Football Talk 11:30 M NHL Overtime (N) N Gearz

WEDNESDAY JUNE 19, 2013 12:30 PM M Hank Parker’s Outdoor Magazine 12:45 PM 9 Sport Today 1:00 9 BBC News ; EA Sports Game Time 1:30 ; Courtside Jones M Knot Right Kayak Fishing 2:00 & Numbers Never Lie (N) M Lunkerville 2:30 & SportsCenter (N) 8 Soccer Confederations Cup: Brazil vs. Mexico. (N) 3:00 & Outside the Lines (N) 4:00 & NFL Live (N) 5:00 & Around the Horn (N) 8 Confederations Cup Studio 5:30 & 8 Pardon the Interruption (N) 5:45 8 Soccer Confederations Cup: Italy vs. Japan. (N) 6:00 ; UFC Ultimate Insider ( M The Crossover With Michelle Beadle (N) 6:30 M The Crossover With Michelle Beadle 7:00 & MLB Baseball Teams 8:00 8 College Baseball NCAA World Series, Game 9: Teams ; Boxing Golden Boy Live: Johan Perez vs. Steve Forbes. M 2013 Stanley Cup Final Game 3 10:30 ; UFC Ultimate Insider M NHL Live (N) 11:00 M Pro Football Talk (N) 11:30 & SportsNation M NHL Overtime


Weekly Suduko

The objective is to fill the full 9x9 grid with digits so that each column, each row, and each of the nine 3x3 “sub-grids” that compose the main grid contains all of the digits from 1 to 9 – with no repeats within each row or column within the entire square. A partially completed grid is usually provided, which typically has a unique solution. See next weeks Limin’ Times issue for solution.


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