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2012 ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON Alberto (USED), Beryl (USED), Chris, Debby, Ernesto, Florence, Gordon, Helene, Isaac, Joyce, Kirk, Leslie, Michael, Nadine, Oscar, Patty, Rafael, Sandy, Tony, Valerie and William.

Larry Blustein For the past 10 plus years, it has been this week – this issue – where we speak abo-


ut the upcoming hurricane season. This year, we have a little catching up to do. Playing off one of the mildest winters we have seen for years, the hurricane season did–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BLUSTEIN, Page 6A

Two pre-June storms usher in the 2012 hurricane season Tuskeegee Airman Lt. Col. Leo Gray highlights Hallandale Beach events

While this area of the state has been very fortunate over the past 20 years - we still have had our brushes with some powerful storms. The battle cry of being prepared should never, ever get old. It doesn't matter if we have a storm or not, everyone should be ready - just in case.

NEED A GREAT JOB? Vietnam era veteran Mike Dudash salutes a fallen comrade laid to rest at the Hallandale Beach Cemetery on Monday morning.

Make $40,000/year with only 8 weeks training! Lt. Col. Leo Gray, right, was joined by Hallandale Beach Commissioner Dorothy Ross and Bill Julian for a Memorial Day to remember. After the event at the Hallandale Beach Culture, Lt. Col. Gray was treated to a nice lunch at the American Legion Post 310 in Hallandale Beach.

Hallandale Beach Fire Chief Dan Sullivan checks out the tremendous display that was produced by Bill Julian.

ARP WAVE Chronic pain is debilitating, and quickly erodes quality of life. Now, a new medical technology allows many patients suffering from back or joint pain to avoid surgery and return to the activities and lifestyles they enjoyed. Page 1C.

It’s hot in Florida, and this time of year, it is only going to get hotter. That means that every household and business in the state will be using their air conditioning system, and many will need it to be repaired or replaced. Did you know that fixing, maintaining, and replacing AC units is one of the biggest businesses in the state? There are thousands of Heating and Air Conditioning Companies in Florida, more than any other state in the country, and there is a shortage of ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JOB, Page 5A

HALLANDALE BEACH The City of Hallandale Beach will be participating in the Summer Food Service Program offering free nutritionally balanced meals to all children 18 years and younger at Peter Bluesten Park and O.B. Johnson Park, beginning Monday, June 25. Page 2D.

ANTIQUE SUPERMARKET Antiques Supermarket buys and sells antiques, and offers appraisal and restoration services for antique furniture, art, lamps, and lighting. They sell South American and European antiques dating back to the 19th century. For more, 1B.

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APPLES VS. BACON Basketball fundraiser between police and teachers brings in more than $240 for Relay For Life

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Three Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior High School athletes participated in the state Special Olympics. Pictured (l-r) Paraprofessional Willie Anglin, 1st place wheelchair shot put and 100m wheelchair winner Devante Leconte, 1st place shot put winner Richard Guy, 1st place tennis ball throw winner Alan Ogman, and teacher and Special Olympics Team sponsor Kim Ferreira. HBPD/PAL team won a squeaker in the end 65-61. Hallandale teachers were impressive as they were winning most of the game, until a comeback starting the fourth quarter. When it comes to raising money, there are many in this community who continue to step up and do their part. Recently, the Hallandale Beach Relay For Life was hosted at Peter Bluesten Park. In addition to the great things that went on during the 18 hours of fund-raising was impressive - with many taking part in the yearly American Cancer Society event. Even though much of the focus was on those who raised money and supported the cancer survivors in attendance, understanding that this a year-round commitment was brought into focus during the APPLES vs BACON basketball fundraiser at Hallandale Senior High School. Officer Chris Taylor coordinated the team of Hallandale Beach Police Department/Police Atheltic League Staff/PAL Sponsors and Stephen Carlo (Gulfstream Middle School teacher) coordinated the team of Hallandale Teachers/Staff/ Coaches. Carlo has served as the Relay For Life chairman and has done tremendous. HBPD/PAL team won a squeaker in the end 65-61. Hallandale teachers were impressive as they were winning most of the game, until a comeback starting the fourth quarter. Many kids and families came to cheer both teams on as $244.00 was raised through admissions and conces-

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the police. He advised Officer Taylor that Kingdom Training training will be making a cash donation for the event. Kingdom Training provides basketball lessons and focuses on self esteem to young kids. Allen grew up in South Florida and is giving back to his community. Adriel Davis (former Gator basketball player and now Author) also was on hand participating and selling his new book "Pen to Paper". "I would like to express my sincere thanks to all who participated," said Officer Taylor. "Flanigan's, Winn Dixie, the Hallandale Beach Police Explorers, and all volunteers who helped make this event possible to raise money for such a great cause."

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Memorial Day tribute was one of the best the city has hosted HALLANDALE BEACH - This past weekend many of our residents came together to pay tribute to our country’s fallen soldiers. Our City Staff once again organized a very fitting ceremony to commemorate Memorial Day. It was wonderful to see a large diverse group of citizens not only from our city, but from South Florida gather together to recognize our veterans. The city’s Historical Preservation Board under the leadership of Chair William Julian organized a wonderful display recognizing our local veterans that have served our country. In addition to a historical display they reached out to a local Tuskegee Airman who attended the ceremony and shared how overwhelmed he was by the tribute. The Historical Preservation Board has been collecting pictures and memorabilia from veterans over the past couple years and are continuing to do so. If you have local veteran’s pictures or memorabilia that you would like to become part of the display you can contact our Parks Department. All the historical documents and pictures will be housed at the Historical School House that is currently is being restored by our City Staff. This restoration project has been possible through the Community Redevelopment Agency and is being accomplished inhouse. If you have not had a

Mayor Joy Cooper chance to attend the ceremony it is certainly not too late to support and show respect for Veterans. While Memorial Day is an important holiday, everyone should do their part to ensure our soldiers are recognized year round. You can help by supporting the many organizations throughout our community that support the well being and quality of life of veterans. Make a donation or contribution to one of these organizations. On behalf of one of our local charities, Treats for Soldiers, I want to thank CEO Dan Adkins and Mardi Gras Casino for conducting a month long charity drive to raise funds and collect items for our soldiers. From May 1 to May 31 for each item donated, the casino will be contributing a five dollar bonus play that can be utilized in the casino and is directly donated back to the charity. Treats for Soldiers has been in existence for over six years and has mailed over 1500 packages to our soldiers overseas.

FIRE ASSESMENT UPDATE Last Wednesday the City hosted the final community forum on the budget where City Manager reviewed his recommended budget. I covered his recommendations in my last two Sun Times articles. Last Wednesday the City Manager made one change which was recommended during our last workshop. I reported that his recommendation included an increase in the Fire Assessment of $10 annually. This increase would generate $500,000 annually towards the construction of a new Main Fire Station. After evaluating that the increase would take over 16 years to generate the $8 million needed to build the fire station, an additional $10 would be more realistic to ensure we can make sure the station is built. The new proposed rate projects an increase of $20 annually between this and the fire assessment each residential unit up to $145. This figure still keeps us midrange in comparison to other cities where rates can range up to $345 annually. The City Commission will be conducting a workshop to discuss the recommended budget and adopt the recommended budget. The final budget in millage rate will not be adopted until the end of August. I recommend that all our residents get engaged in the process by visiting the city’s website where

all our financial documentation is posted. CHARTER AMENDENTS Last month the City Commission voted to place on the November 6 ballot, our six charter amendments. Last year the Charter Review Committee met for over a six-month period to review our City Charter and make recommendations to the City Commission for their consideration. After reviewing all the items that were presented, the Commission reached consensus on six. Question one relates to designating number seats on the Commission. Currently candidates for the City Commission receiving the greatest number of votes are elected to the vacancies that are on the ballot. The question is shall the charter be amended to provide that Commissioners be elected to a numbered Commission seat and the electors will be entitled to vote for one candidate for each numbered Commission seat? Question two is should the Charter Review Committee be placed in the charter. Currently The Charter Review Committee is appointed by the majority of the Commission every eight years. The ballot language would require that the Charter Review Board automatically get appointed every eight years. Question three would

be to add an Internal Auditor to the City Charter. Currently the City Commission does not have the ability to directly hire the City Auditor. That must be done through Staff. The charter amendment would permit the City Commission to appoint an internal auditor on an ad hoc basis by the Commission. Question 4 provides the City Attorney provide an annual budget to the City Commission for consideration. Question five relates to expanding the right of people to repeal, adopt and amend ordinances. It would delete the time limitations for referendum petitions, expand the time frame to review petitions, clarify when a referendum election shall be held, delete the provision permitting the withdrawal of petitions and delete the section providing for the suspension of the effect of an ordinance sought to be reconsidered. The last question amends the filling of vacancies and deleting the grounds for forfeiture of office. It provides that a vacancy occurs when a Commissioner resigns to run for another office. Currently that vacancy does not occur until the

day of the election which creates the need to expend city dollars on a special election. The question also amends the grounds for chair of office, clarifies that the Vice Mayor will serve as Acting Mayor when a Mayors office is vacant and permits the City Commission to choose a successor by lot if unable to choose a successor within 30 days of the vacancy. This is simply a snap shot of the six questions that will be on the ballot. You can visit the city’s website to read all six ordinances in their entirety. It is very important that all voters educate themselves on the issues to be voted for on the November 6 ballot. In addition to the national and state races, Hallandale Beach will be holding municipal elections for Mayor, two Commission seats, constitutional ballot questions and our municipal charter amendments. Please feel free to contact me at anytime with your questions and concerns. I can be reached at 954-4571318, cell/text 954-6325700 or e-mail me at

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From Page 1A –––––––––––––––––––– n’t wait for my column – my conversation, if you will – with all of you about what to do over the six months when it comes to being prepared. That thunder (sorry) was already stolen by Alberto and Beryl. The 2012 Atlantic hurricane season traditionally gets started on Jun1, which happens to be tomorrow. But as we come to you this week, we have already started, and for the folks in the Carolinas as well as Jacksonville and the southeast, you do not have to be reminded of that. Last weekend, and into the early part of this week, Tropical Storm Beryl, packing 70 mile per hours gusts, gave the residents along the First Coast a little reminder that storms can indeed hit – anywhere! As I have said a billion times over the years, if you listen to the two geniuses who are out in Colorado predict hurricanes, you get what you deserve. These two “gurus” of the tropics are wrong every year. In fact, I have no clue what they have said the past two years, because they have whiffed so many times. WATCHING OUT FOR OUR COMMUNITIES Anyway, to the important stuff – like those who actually live in the areas that need to have a plan in place, which I will get into later when I list the things you should have. What this is, for those of you who are new to the area, is my annual chat with our communities. As you know, what goes on inside our coverage area greatly affects me and the South Florida Sun Times, so it is vital that I continue to get you ready for this season, which will run until Dec. 1 TAKE HURRICANE SEASON SERIOUS! The main thing, when it comes to hurricanes, is that they are for real, and anyone who wants to play the fool and think otherwise will find out – like in Andrew – or any of the other storms that did plenty of damage to our region. Protect you property

and everyone who lives around you. Your debris left on your property will 100 percent become someone else’s problem – or maybe your own. A small planter would easily go through a roof in 85-100 mph winds. Imagine what lawn furniture, trash cans or bulk pickup on your property or in the alley. The fact that many people I run into seem to think that a hurricane isn’t going to strike here, need to take a more mature approach, realizing that we have indeed been fortunate over the past 20 years, so it can happen – as we watched a few years back. WATCH THE LOCAL NEWS No matter how much you like or dislike local weathermen/women, they are vital when a storm is on top of us. I have learned to listen to the Weather Channel – for more information when there is that cone of uncertainty. Just understand that no matter how much you perceive a storm as a threat, your decisions will affect others. If you are told to evacuate and do not listen, because you know best, you may be putting other lives in danger that will have to eventually come and get you – after the storm is over. So, please, while it is a huge thing to request – it’s best to do what you are told. Okay, while not everything is covered – you need to have the emergency contact numbers for your local police and fire agencies. Also, if there is a hurricane preparedness event in your community – like Hal-

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turn on are the best. * A Battery-Operated Lantern A battery operated lantern is safer than candles, and more practical for long power outages. Also, with a lantern, you can have your hands free, and use it for an extended period of time. *Sterno Purchase some small containers of Sterno to store in the hurricane emergency supply kit. *A Rope A rope can be used in many emergency situations, for rescue or for safety. This is one item you probably won't use unless there is a real emergency. *A First Aid Kit Make sure a wellstocked first-aid kit is included as part of any hurricane emergency kit. *A Can Opener A non-electric can opener is small and easy to store in a hurricane emergency kit. You may need it if the power goes out for an extended period of time.

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Wed., May 30 • Sunny Isles Senior Health & Fitness Day, Pelican Park Community Center - 18115 North Bay Road., Sunny Isles Beach, 9:00 am- 12:00 pm. Free to the public. Thursday, May 31 • Buiness Card Exchange, Mt Sinai Aventura, 2845 Aventura Blvd., 1rst Floor, Aventura, 5:30 pm8:00 pm. Free to Chamber members, $5.00 Future Members. This is a combined event for the Hallandale Beach Area Chamber of Commerce and the North Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. Sunday, June 3 • American Legion Unit 310, is having our last Breakfast of the season, breakfast includes, Meat of choice, Egg any style, Omelet's, Biscuits and Gravy,  Pancakes, choice of Toast, Coffee, and a complementary Bloody Mary or Screwdriver. All of us at 310 would to thank you for coming and enjoying our Breakfast We will see all of you the First Sunday in Oct, 2012. • “Coin, Currency and Collectible Show” at David Park Recreation Center 108 N. 33 Court, Hollywood (1 mile west of I95 on Hollywood Blvd).  Show will be held from 10:00 am to 2:30 PM.  Admission, parking and coffee are

FREE! Children are welcome! For information, 954-242-5561. Saturday, June 9 • "A Night of Refreshing: Basking in His Glory". BREAD of the Presence Family Worship Center presents "A Night of Refreshing: Basking in His Glory". Featuring Florida's Most Exclusive, Anointed and Best Kept Secret in Praise and Worship Ministry through Song, Dance and the Creative Arts at 7:00 PM. Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center, 1770 Monroe Street, Hollywood. Tickets: (Advance) $20 (12 to Adult) $10 (Children 4 to 11) (At door) $30 (12 to Adult)More information, contact Rhonda Anderson 754-423-1113 or Nathalie Joyner - 786262-2413. Thursday, June 14 • Business Network Exchange, Cafe Cafe, 26 Diplomat Pkwy., Hallandale Beach 5:30-7:30pm. $5.00 Chamber Members $10.00 Future Members Thursday, June 28 • Morning Speed Biz, Bank United - 501 Golden Isles Drive, Hallandale Beach. 7:30 am-9:00 am. Free to Chamber members. $5.00 Future Members. ONGOING AVENTURA • Prostate Cancer Free Support group: Meets the fourth Sunday of every month at Biscayne Medical Arts Plaza, 21110 Biscayne Boulevard, Ground Floor, Aventura. The Biscayne Medical Arts Plaza is located directly across from the Best Buy store on Biscayne Boulevard on 211th Street. Parking is FREE in front of the building. There are highly informative presentations by professionals in this field and are held monthly. Tasty treats and fresh coffee are provided. Guests and spouses are always welcome. • Join us for Torah

Study Monday & Thursday evenings, 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. (no charge) with Rabbi Goldsmith at Temple Shuva Israel, which is located at the Publix Shopping Center, next to the HSBC Bank, for more info, call: (305) 933-1177. • The Aventura/North Miami Beach Lions Club meets every Tuesday at 12 noon at: “Brio Restaurant in Hallandale Beach - Village at Gulfstream Park, 600 Silk Run, Suite 1205, Hallandale Beach, 33009. Join us for food, fun, friendship and service to others. For information, please call Carmen Gomez at: (954) 850-1407. HOLLYWOOD • American Legion Post 92 - 211 North 21st Avenue, Hollywood. The ladies Auxiliary has bingo every Thursday night beginning at 6:00 p.m. Food available. For further information, please call: (954) 923-2760. • Sandi Levy invites all fun Seniors; 50 plus, to Shimmy & Shake at her Belly Dance Classes, every Tuesday at noon .1:00. Cost: $7 for Members of Memorial Sr. Partner , $12 non-members Bring your Bellies & Bodies and have fun! Hollywood Arts & Cultural Center, 1301 S. Ocean Dr.  No experience necessary!  Be there or Be square!! • Hollywood Kiwanis Club meets every Tuesday, at noon at Orangebrook Country Club Restaurant. We have informative speakers each week, who let us know about our community and many other venues. We are a volunteer organization, helping kids and our community. Each year we donate over $25,000 in scholarships and support "Horses for the Handicapped." Please feel free to join us and be our guest for lunch. Call Diane Struyf for information at: (954) 806-8997 or just come



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SPOTLIGHT ON STAGE Comedian and TV celebrity Kathy Griffin live on stage at Hard Rock Live

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were each nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Reality Program. Seasons three and four won the prize, back-to-back, in 2007 and 2008 and ran through 2010, when she took a dramatic turn on "Law and Order." The third premiere received an all time high in ratings for the Bravo Network Show, with more than one million viewers and capturing an over 77 percent increase in viewers ages 18 to 49 and a 57 percent increase overall. Kathy has co-hosted The Billboard Music Awards for three years and has appeared on many talk shows. Comedienne Kathy Griffin returns for more applause at Hard Rock Live on June 2, 2012 at 8 p.m. Tickets range from $51 to $81 at the box office, located on State Road 7 (US 441) in Hollywood. For information, call: (954) 327-ROCK. Or: 1 (800) 937-0010. Parking is always free. NEW PRODUCTION OF "LA CAGE AUX FOLLES" ARRIVING IN JUNE AT THE BROWARD CENTER STARRING GEORGE HAMILTON: Winner of three Tony Awards, including Best Musical Revival is a new hilarious production of La Cage Aux Folles, now on the top 10 list of any musical this season, featuring George Hamilton as Georges and Christopher Sieber as Albin. La Cage tells the story

about Georges, the owner of a glitzy nightclub in lovely SaintTropez, that features drag entertainment. His partner Albin, moonlights as the glamourous chanteuse Zaza, the star attraction, but the real adventure follows when Georges’ son, JeanMichel, brings his fiancée, Anne Dindon and her extremely conservative parents to his home in order for his flashy parents to meet them with the great news of his engagement to Anne. The bonds of family are put to the test as the feather boas fly! La Cage is a tuneful and touching tale of one family’s struggle to stay together, stay fabulous and above all else, stay true to themselves. With a glorious score of hummable melodies such as “I Am What I Am,” that became the rallying cry of the Gay Pride movement, “A Little More Mascara,” “With Anne On My Arm,” “Song On the Sand,” "The Best Of Times” and more, La Cage is an indisputable musical comedy classic and this new version will certainly get the audience's approval. Georges, the master of ceremonies, welcomes everyone to his nightclub from June 12 to 24, 2012. Tickets are now on sale at the Center’s box office located at 201 Southwest Fifth Avenue, Fort Lauderdale from $25.50 to $69.50.

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Live music district taking shape in Downtown Hollywood HOLLYWOOD – Downtown Hollywood has become a live music hotspot, thanks to the concerted efforts of city officials and business owners who share a vision for the historic arts and entertainment district as a vibrant live music destination. As part of Mayor Peter Bober's initiative to create a "centralized hub for live music” that has

been lacking in South Florida, city commissioners on May 2 approved new regulations that make it easier for downtown venues in the Live Music District to obtain an extended-hours liquor license. The new permitting process affords a lower fee and allows establishments that serve food to remain open and sell alcoholic beverages two hours

later, until 4 a.m., if they provide live musical entertainment for at least three hours a night on three or more nights a week. Under the new regulations, the late-night license process for downtown businesses is much quicker, the fee is greatly reduced and establishments do not need to have a kitchen. Mayor Bober's livemu-

sic initiative kicked off Feb. 18 with the debut of ArtsPark Live!, a yearround free concert series featuring a variety of high-quality acts every Friday and Saturday night at the state-of-theart outdoor amphitheater that opened at the ArtsPark at Young Circle last June. Numerous downtown venues currently offer ongoing live music, in-

Hallandale Beach remembers our veterans On Monday, many communities across South Florida - and the nation - hosted Memorial Day events that shined the spotlight on those who have served our country and continue to fight for our freedom. In Hallandale Beach, nearly 200 showed up for an event at the Culture Center to show their support. In addition to police and fire department, who performed the ceremonial flag folding, there were so many other events that surrounded the day, which brought out war veterans and local dignitaries. The highlight of the day was Bill Julian’s impressive display that honored the veterans. Julian, a former Vice Mayor in the city, spent months putting these displays together that is open to the families of all our war heroes. His display has been recognized and appreciated by everyone.

LEFT: One of the many individual displays that Bill Julian put together, honoring those who have fought for and protected our country. This is the one honoring his father, who was indeed the inspiration for the idea to tackle this project that includes veterans from all over the region. RIGHT: There are many people who are responsible when things go smoothly. Here are two people who have made that kind of impact. Rosalia Boulion (P&R Advisory Board Secretary who sang the National Anthem) and Ron Libby P&R Advisory Board member and veteran) who placed the wreath.

cluding The Big Easy Bar and Grille, Chocolada Bakery & Café, La Barraca Bar, Megabite Chillout Lounge, Native Florida Tap Room & Music Hall, Octopus Garden and Spice Resto-Lounge. "It's refreshing to find a mayor and city government that support the arts in the marketplace," said Kilmo Doome, owner of Native Florida Tap Room & Music Hall, 2006 Hollywood Boulevard, and an accomplished bass player who toured with Blood, Sweat & Tears and other bands. Kilmo previously owned live music fixture Alligator Alley in Fort Lauderdale, which closed in 2009, and he searched for the right location for two years prior to opening his new club in February. He said the new Live Music District provides the opportunity for him to promote creative original music in a variety of genres by both local and national artists performing in an intimate concert club setting. City officials and downtown business owners say the creation

of a live music destination has economic as well as cultural benefits. Venues that provide quality live music "make the trip to Downtown Hollywood well worth the effort for music lovers," said Chris Eberle, president of the Downtown Hollywood Business Association (DHBA) and co-owner of The Big Easy Bar and Grille with Jimmy Sklavenitis. "With live music heard all through the streets of Downtown Hollywood almost every night of the week, we are well on our way to becoming South Florida's live music capital," said Megabite Chillout Lounge owner Adam Morgan. For more information on Downtown Hollywood businesses or events, call 954-9242980 or visit There is no charge for onstreet downtown parking between 8 p.m. and 8 a.m. Free parking is available in three-hour increments between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.

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Hollywood's Great Neighborhoods Challenge winners announced HOLLYWOOD Dozens of homeowners who made significant improvements to their homes walked

away with thousands of dollars in cash prizes during the City of Hollywood’s Great Neighborhoods Chal-

lenge awards ceremony at the Fred Lippman Multi-Purpose Center on May 21. More than $40,000

PRIZE WINNERS DRIFTWOOD First Place (Gladys Mesa). Second Place (Natasha Allen). Third Place (Elizabeth Irizarry).Honorable Mentions: Ruben Aboy, Cynthia Batten, Kevin Biederman, Hazel Cottrill, Dale Journet, Denise Malave, Sarah Miller, Alfredo Navarro, Fran Russo and Kimberly Viehl. HOLLYWOOD HILLS First Place (Joel & Franchesca Stoyer). Second Place (Barry R. Betzing). Third Place (Jose & Amparo Gomez). Honorable Mentions: Susan & Julias Farinhas, Lynn Hudson, Amelia Kavazanjian, Glenn & Phyllis Miller, Jeffery Randall, Mitchell & Kathryn Roberts, Jed Schwantes & Katrina Mays, Kevin & Judy Skehan, Eileen Snyder and James & Andrea Stoodley. HOLLYWOOD LAKES First Place (George P. Munson). Second Place (Jenna Martinetti). Third Place (Felix J. Rego). Honorable Mentions: Barry Alexander, Pamela Chess, Richard Clavet, Karen Hanlon, Denis & JoAnn Heiry, Laura Jorgenson, Deahni Kipnis, Michael T. Landen, Michael N. Suder and Rick Valdez. HOLLYWOOD NORTH CENTRAL First Place (Robert Crawford). Second Place (Amanda Rottermund), Third Place (David Henkel). Honorable Mentions: Kimberly Ali, Sahyli Alvarez, Patricia Antrican, Chris Cortello, Theresa Fortnash, Liladhar Jai Jai Ram, Kathy Mongeon, Barbara Spafford, Andrew J. Sonier and Edwin Vasquez. LAWN ACRES First Place (Daniel & Michelle Harrington). Second Place (Ann E. English). Third Place (Evelyn Santana). Honorable Mentions: Steven & Marta Crane, Oren David Dinkel II< Samantha Feller, Harry G. Gully, Henry Hoyos & Jennifer Blake, Afirah Hussain, Marlene Migliacci, Jeff & Carrie Milton, Kyle Sarrecchia and Horace Whitehurst.

in cash prizes were awarded to individual homeowners who enhanced the curb appeal of their homes during the contest, which ran from December 1 to April 1. Three neighborhoods in the City of Hollywood – Driftwood, Hollywood Hills and Playland Estates – each won $25,000 public space improvement grants for recruiting at least 25 property owners in their area to fix up their properties and developing an awardwinning design to improve a public area in their neighborhood. Individual cash prizes included first ($2,500), second ($1,000), and thirdplace ($500) Private Space Entry winners, as well as ten honorable mentions ($100 home improvement gift cards) in each of the seven neighborhoods that qualified for prize money. Entrants

LIBERIA, OAKWOOD & ROYAL POINCIANA First Place (Kenneth Mosteiro). Second Place (Alzine Clark). Third Place (LaRonda Slaughter). Honorable Mentions: Patricia Davis, Celeste Walker and Liberia Economic & Social Development Inc.

whose neighborhoods did not meet the minimum number of entries to receive prize money were combined into an “at-large” category in which prizes were awarded. The judges for the challenge were Lori Parrish, Broward County Property Appraiser; Diana Guidry, Natural Resource Specialist with Broward County Environmental Protection and Growth Management Department; Dierdre Hardy, Director of the School of Architecture, Florida Atlantic University. More than 300 property owners in the City

took part in the Great Neighborhoods Challenge. The Challenge included a speed design workshop in which local experts including architects, master gardeners, exterior painting consultants and realtors provided free advice on upgrading the curb appeal of your home or business. Additionally, the City’s nursery hosted monthly plant and tree sales to support the challenge and the Code Enforcement Unit offered free exterior house paint through Operation Paintbrush.

PLAYLAND ESTATES First Place (Holly Sorondo). Second Place (Juliann Randecker). Third Place (Serge Laveus). Honorable Mentions: Mery-Florian Albu, Brian Borens, Helen Griffin, Gary & Debbie Mann, John Allen McKay, Roberto Medina, Miguel Rivera, Robert Seth, Marvin Valle and Donald Washburn. T-LARGE CATEGORY First Place (Kristy Showalter). Second Place (Christena Lundy). Third Place (Johanna Mead). Honorable Mentions: Kenneth L. Faria, Linda Goberna, Edward Irizarry, Dawn Joseph Jolanta Kennedy, Laura Laliberte, Margaret Mendez, Sandman Condominiums, Janet Sasoni and Andrew Session. PUBLIC SPACES WINNERS Driftwood, Hollywood Hills and Playland Estates.

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MOUNT SINAI MEDICAL CENTER Welcomes Cardiologist Juan Rivera, M.D.

Dr. Rivera is fluent in both English and Spanish. For more information on or to contact Dr. Juan Rivera, please call 305-674-CARE (305-674-2273) or visit

MIAMI BEACH - Mount Sinai Medical Center and the Columbia University Division of Cardiology at Mount Sinai welcome Dr. Juan Rivera in his new role as Director of Cardiology Prevention Education. Mount Sinai’s partnership with New York’s Columbia University Division of Cardiology is the only Ivy-League collaboration of its kind in the region and offers the ultimate in world-class cardiac care to residents of South Florida and beyond. In his new role, Dr. Rivera will be part of Mount Sinai’s teaching program, helping to prepare cardiology fellows for a future in medicine. Dr. Rivera is a board internist and cardiologist who specializes in the prevention, early detection and treatment of cardiovascular diseases. He completed his internal medicine internship and residency at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. He then completed his cardiovascular disease fellowship and obtained a master’s degree in cardiovascular epidemiology at the prestigious Johns Hopkins University Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. During his years in Baltimore, he became a prolific researcher and won the Johns Hopkins Stanley Blumenthal Clinical Research Award given to the best research project at an institutional level. Dr. Rivera has published many peer-reviewed articles and is a reviewer for The American Journal of Cardiology and Journal of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography. He also serves on the editorial board of the American Heart Hospital Journal. Dr. Rivera is also the Chief Medical Correspondent for the Telemundo/NBC Network with weekly appearances on Telemundo’s national shows “Al Rojo Vivo” and “Noticiero Telemundo”. In 2008, he was the recipient of Vista Magazine’s Health Specialization Award for his commitment with the Hispanic community in the area of health education and wellness promotion.

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Limiting Injuries in Basketball (NewsUSA) - Clearly, a sport that requires tremendous power and speed will lend itself to injuries. And so it is with basketball. In fact, if you go by sheer numbers alone, basketball is the most injury-prone sport of any in the nation -- with the latest 2010 data from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission showing its 528,584 reported injuries, topping even football's 489,676. Sidelining hoopsters were everything from back spasms to sprained ankles. That explains why so many professional teams -- across the sports world -- are now making chiropractic care part of their health regimens. "It helps give teams and athletes a competitive advantage by assisting in the recovery from many structural injuries, putting them in a position to enhance endurance levels and achieve overall peak performance," says Dr. Craig Buhler, who was the chiropractor for the Utah Jazz during a time when they had the lowest injury rate of any team in the NBA. "I've personally seen how athletes are recognizing the value it has in accomplishing their goals of staying in the game and playing at their best," adds the avid supporter of the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress. For more information, visit

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The Meals On Wheels Research Foundation (MOWRF) today issued the first annual Senior Hunger Report Card™ (Report Card), which evaluates the nation’s performance in reducing food insecurity and eradicating hunger. The Senior Hunger Report Card™ examined America’s progress in eight categories and assigned grades including the following: * A grade of “F” for Overall Performance: 8.3 million seniors faced the threat of hunger in 2010. This reflects a 78% increase since 2001 – and a 34% increase

since the start of the recession in 2007. * A grade of “F” for Economics: Since 2009 and the end of the recession, the risk of hunger for the overall US population has declined. However, during the same time period food insecurity increased among those age 60 and older – primarily among the near-poor, with income one to two times the poverty level. * A grade of “F” for Women’s Studies: The effects of food insecurity are disproportionately borne by women, who make up over 60% of seniors facing the threat of hunger.

Senior women are more likely to face the threat of hunger than their male counterparts – and the gender gap has widened since 2009. * A grade of “F” in Ethics: In the richest nation on Earth, more than 1 in 7 seniors is threatened by hunger. This increase from 1 in 9 seniors in 2005 foretells an alarming human cost if this national crisis is not reversed. Both the full Senior Hunger Report Card™ and the research report “Senior Hunger in America 2010: An Annual Report,” including an executive summary, are available at

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COOLIDGE PALMS Assisted Living Resort

Coolidge Palms, a member of the Timeless Life Care managed locations, is working hard to keep Florida seniors out of nursing homes. Coolidge Palms is a charming community designed to help those who need assistance with activities of daily living. Just like family, we provide the help they need to maintain a rich, full life while remaining as independent as possible. Our single goal is to provide a resort-like environment, filled with beauty, security and loving care. We treat each of our residents as individuals who are entitled to respect, time and attention. We offer an exclusive and secured environment tailored to each individual, with amenities such as a botanical garden with exterior seating, spa-like restrooms, grand piano lobby, library fully equipped with a resident computer and billiard pool room. Coolidge Palms has exceeded expectations in fulfilling an ever growing need to keep seniors out of nursing homes by providing high levels of assistance with activities of daily life in a beautiful home-like environment. While most assisted living facilities have a policy requiring residents to be independent in their activities of daily living, Coolidge Palms accepts residents who are low functioning and requiring maximum assistance with activities of daily living. Activities of daily living include: bathing, dressing, grooming, ambulation, continence, eating, as well as dementia. Coolidge Palms is equipped with the most state-of-the-art equipment and systems. The kitchen is designed, built and equipped to include the latest industrial grade convection ovens, steam tables, heating lamps, ice making machines and more. The facility has a 24hour emergency response system with nurse call devices located at each bed and in each bathroom. The building has an integrated fire protection system to include fire sprinklers and early

warning features, monitored 24 hours each day by a central monitoring station. The individual rooms are completely furnished, including television and telephone. The bathrooms are all substantially in compliance with ADA and feature the latest in design for “roll-in” showers. At Coolidge Palms, it doesn’t take long for you to feel like you are at a resort. Our residents are surrounded by those who truly care. Living here becomes so much more than simply getting help with a few daily activities. It’s about receiving that personalized care within a very special neighborhood filled with very special people. As people experience Coolidge Palms for the first time, we often hear how comfortable they immediately feel. Of course, one of the main reasons for that feeling is our residents themself. They are quick to reach out to new neighbors and friends. Another reason for this unsurpassed level of comfort is our outstanding staff. At Coolidge Palms, you will be served by an exceptionally dedicated and caring professional staff who genuinely loves what they do, and it shows! The services rendered well surpass the requirements set by law. Timeless Life Care Owner, Greg Anderson commented, “this is a 24 hour 7 day per week schedule, staffed with certified nurse assistants (CNA). Our resident care coordinators have a minimum of a bachelor degree, which will assist with keeping medications in order, follow through with doctors and other health care professionals, including blood work and x-rays. We help to complete any medical testing and get the results back to the doctor and coordinate the follow-up visit.” Variety is the spice of life, and variety is what we offer. Our activities and social program is designed to blend the different interests of all our residents and develop camaraderie between our residents, families and staff. Caring for the special needs of dementia call

for an extraordinary balance of professionalism and sensitivity. With this in mind, Coolidge Palms’ memory care provides residents a home-like atmosphere of warmth, acceptance and understanding. We provide care for residents with dementia, and other related diseases, such as Parkinson’s, post-stroke and others. A full schedule of events includes crafts, games, shopping trips, barber and beauty shop visits, and other regular activities, on campus and off. We pamper our residents with therapy sessions, with the use of hot cloths, hand and facial massages. Don’t forget to ask about our “Spa Day” with a licensed massage therapist and our “Walking Club”. There is weekly entertainment, picnics in the park, Saturday barbecues at Coolidge Palms with family and outside friends invited, and regularly scheduled services with neighborhood religious leaders. Being in our eleventh year of operations, Timeless Life Care locations are always nearly at capacity. This success has been due to the basic principle of servicing and pampering our residents. Our staff-to-resident ratio exceeds any other facility of its type. Shared room rates starts at $1,495.00 per month, and includes all amenities. Private suites start at $1,995.00 per month. “Having funds is always a challenge, we provide assistance with funding programs such as Long Term Care Diversion Program and the Veteran’s Administration, based upon eligibility.” Coolidge Palms is an intimate eighty one resident Assisted Living Facility nestled at 2057 Coolidge St., Hollywood, in the vicinity of Sheridan Street and Dixie Hwy.

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SUMMER FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM Offering free nutritionally balanced meals to all children 18 years old and younger The City of Hallandale Beach will be participating in the Summer Food Service Program offering free nutritionally balanced meals to all children 18 years old and younger at Peter Bluesten Park and O.B. Johnson Park during school summer vacation beginning Monday, June 25. Meals will be served Monday through Friday. Meals include a morning snack, served between 9 a.m. and 9:30 a.m., and lunch, served between noon and 12:30 p.m. from Monday, June 25, through Friday, Aug. 3. There will be no meals on Wednesday, July 4, in observance of the Fourth of July Holiday.

Eleven-year-old Ashley Carrillo won the Hallandale Beach Women’s Division of the annual Police Athletic League (PAL) 5-K run Sunday, May 20, besting four other female City residents in the community category. The annual 10-K and 5-K races drew about 300 runners from throughout the state and region, but a special divsion is held each year for City residents only. In the Hallandale Beach Men’s Division, 52-year-old Claude Juneau took top honors in a time of 27:43, almost three minutes ahead of second-place finisher City Commissioner Alexander Lewy, who posted a time of 30:27.

Based on demographics, the City, FDA and USDA selected these sites for the program: Peter Bluesten Park 501 SE 1st Avenue Hallandale Beach, FL 33009 (954) 457-1457 O.B. Johnson Park 900 NW 8th Avenue Hallandale Beach, FL 33009 (954) 457-1453

The Summer Food Service Program is offered in areas where 50 percent or more of the children qualify for free and reduced-price meals during the school year. It is open to all children in these areas, regardless of race, color, sex, disability, age of national origin when school breakfasts and lunches are not available. The program is offered through a partnership between the City of Hallandale Beach, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDA) and United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). For additional information, please contact the City of Hallandale Beach Parks and Recreation Office, 954-457-1452, or Sherlie Sininger, 954-457-1457. Any person who believes her or she has been discriminated against in any USDA-related activity should immediately contact: USDA Director, Office of Civil Rights 1400 Independence Avenue S.W. Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 800-795-3272 TTY 202-720-6382

Observing Memorial Day in Hallandale Beach

City runners included: WOMAN’S DIVISION Ashley Carrillo, 11, 33:42 Tara Diservio, 29, 35:34 Lorraine Portelance, 50, 39:47 Cindy Carrillo, 43, 40:21 Virginia Daniels, 49, 46:48 MEN’S DIVISION Claude Juneau, 52, 27:43 Alexander Lewy, 30, 30:27 Gaetano Papa, 39, 30:55 Carlo Papa, 6, 30:55 Cameron Milfort, 15, 21:54 Anthony Rose, 31, 32:43

Former U.S. Army anti-aircraft gunner Otis Mosley places U.S. flags at the gravesite of a soldier buried at Hallandale Beach Cemetery during Memorial Day services on Monday. Mr. Mosley served in the European Theater during World War II, knocking German aircraft out of the sky. He joined other veterans and Hallandale Beach residents in placing flags at the gravesites of every soldier entombed in the City’s cemetery. (Photo courtesy City of Hallandale Beach Public Relations)

Former Lt. Col. Leo Gray, a pilot in the legendary Tuskegee squadron, spoke at the Hallandale Beach Memorial Day ceremonies Monday morning in the Cultural Community Center. Lt. Col. Gray was a pilot in the famed squadron flying 15 missions and logging 750 hours flying a P-51 Mustang “red tail.” The red tail symbolized the Tuskegee Airmen, but was officially designed the 332nd Fighter Group and the 477th Bombardment Group of the U.S. Army Air Corps. Lt. Col. Gray left active duty with the Tuskegee squadron in 1946 and continued his career in the U.S. Air Force reserve until 1984. (Photo courtesy City of Hallandale Beach Public Relations)

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Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Season each filet with Essence. Lightly rub each fillet with the Dijon mustard. Using a cloth napkin, folded in half, cover the bottom half of the napkin with a fourth of the shaved onion. Place the fillet directly on top of the shaved onions. Roll the fish up tightly to the end. This will secure the crust around the fish. In a saute pan, heat the bacon fat. When the fat is hot, saute the fish for 3 min-

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