MAKING A HUGE DIFFERENCE When Davin Joseph left for the University of Oklahoma, where the one-time Hallandale High standout led the Sooners to four consecutive bowl games - including the national championship contest in the Orange Bowl, he vowed to always give back to his community. As he begins his seventh season as the starting right guard for the Tampa Bay Bucs, this two-time Pro Bowler has kept his word, elevating communities with his Davin Joseph Events for Cause Foundation. Last weekend, while in South Florida for the wedding of a close friend, Joseph had some time to watch his godson Kory Johnson (McArthur)
Davin Joseph continues to give back, serving as a role model for all to follow
Winn-Dixie's grand re-opening Larry Blustein
Hallandale Beach Winn-Dixie Store Director Lavar Miller, Hallandale Beach City Commissioner Dorothy Ross, Hallandale Beach Police Chief Dwayne Flournoy, Winn-Dixie Regional Vice President Tony Jorges and Hallandale Beach Vice Mayor Anthony Sanders. For more event photos from the grand re-opening, see Page 11A.
LEVITT-WEINSTEIN MEMORIAL CHAPELS & CEMETERIES Beth David Memorial Gardens is growing to meet the needs of our community. Not only are they expanding their Private Family Estates, which allows the opportunity for the families to personalize and “build to suite “their individual desires. In addition, a new monument section is also being developed to assure those –––––––––––––––––– MEMORIAL, 6A
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Our family is here to serve your family KODNER GALLERIES Kodner Galleries has become a 4th generation auction business with over 90 years of experience in buying, selling, appraising and consigning for sale antiques, fine household contents, works of art and diamond. For more, see Page 2A.
play in a 7-on-7 event While he was attending a 7-on-7 tournament at at Central Park in Central Park in Plantation, Davin Joseph took time Plantation. It was a out to pose with Lydia Feliciano from chance to see the SouthFloridahighschoolsports.com. many friends and family members that have long supported his rise from young man, who got it done in the classroom as well as the football field and wrestling mat, to what he has become today. A father of two sons, Joseph has been a man of his word. What he promised years ago to do for the community in which he grew up, has become a reality. His turkey dinners for Thanksgiving to those in need, along with the many things he has done to help local organizations –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BLUSTEIN, Page 13A
In the blossoming world of cosmetic dentistry, teeth whitening reigns supreme. Universally valued by men and women alike, whitening (or bleaching) treatments are available to satisfy every budget, time frame and temperament. Whether in the form of one hour bleaching session at your dentist’s office, or home use bleaching kits purchased at your local drugstore, teeth whitening solutions abound. Yet only 15 percent of the population has tried the cos-
HALLANDALE BEACH Summer camp means summer jobs for 14 part-time workers in the City of Hallandale Beach. The summer jobs are split between three programs in the Parks and Recreation Department and a separate program at the Austin Hepburn Center. Page 6C.
Patricia M. Bobadilla, D.D.S., Prosthodontist metic procedure, and misinformation on the subject is frequent. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BOBADILLA, Page 10A
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, 1D.
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‘AROUND THE CITY OF CHOICE’ City Commission set the tentative millage rate for the 2012 -2013 budget Mayor Joy Cooper HALLANDALE BEACH - Last night, Wednesday June 20th, the City Commission set the tentative millage rate for the 2012 2013 budget. The proposed City Manager’s budget was based on a millage rate of 5.9000. This has been the same rate for over the past 4 years even though revenue decreased due to housing values. This year there was a slight increase in values of approximately 4 percent or 950,000 dollars. The process of setting the mileage is regulated by state statue; Truth in Millage TRIM. This Florida State law is meant to help taxpayers understand their taxes. It also provides taxpayers notice well in advance of the mandatory fall public hearing what the maximum tax could be next tax year from every taxing district. Every property will be sent a proposed tax statement that includes municipal, school, county, county debt service, hospital district and water management taxes. In addition there is Fire Assessment that is used specifically for
fire services and two Safe Neighborhood Districts in our city. The budget process starts in the city in January. It is not until June that we have a projection on what expected taxable values will be. These values allow us to project revenues for the budget year. We work on the budget anticipating that revues will be the same as the previous year. It needs to be noted that just like the CPI governments are faced with GPI, costs are rarely decreasing and the GPI is typically greater since the formula includes fuel, healthcare, cost pension and other goods and service used for our operations. When setting millage through the TRIM notice we are able to set the tentative rate greater. Once set, it cannot be reduced without notifying the taxpayers. For years our city set the proposed rate higher even though we knew the final would be less. This is very confusing since not all residents follow the budget process and the rate is inflated. Over the past 5 years we set the tentative rate as the same rate we projected and discussed during our workshops. The TRIM notice also states what is called the Roll Back Rate. This is the tax rate that would generate the same revenue as the previous year. When
values go down this rate goes up and vice a versa. The city sets the tax rate. This rate is applied to the taxable property value. The city does not set these values. This is performed by the Broward County Property Appraiser. The taxes are also collected by the county and remitted to the city. The complexity begins with the Save Our Homes statute. This provides that homesteaded properties taxable values cannot exceeded a 3% increase annually. All nonhomesteaded and commercial properties are taxed on their market value. To make matters more complicated, homesteaded properties that have lost value quite often are still seeing the 3% cap increase in the taxes owed. This is called the recapture rule. Save Our Homes actually deferred taxes and the burden during the tax year is made up by commercial and non-homestead properties to fill the revenue gap. For years state legislators have been making changes to these laws. The newest proposal is Amendment 4 that is on the November ballot. It addresses multiple issues. The first is to provide a special exemption to first time homeowners. These owners are defined as those who have not owned a home in Florida
in the past three years. They would receive an additional homestead exemption on half the appraised value of their home (up to $150,000), phased out over five years. The bill’s sponsor, a real estate developer, promoted it to help spur home purchases. The second issue addressed the displacement of the tax burden on commercial and non-homesteaded properties by reducing the existing 10% cap to 5% on increased property values.
The final provision has a relatively minor impact. It would allow the Legislature to repeal Florida's "recapture" rule. That allows the taxable value on Save Our Homes parcels to rise even as property values decline, if the home is still assessed below market rate. At first glance, these sound great. The problem is services still cost money and all these measures reduce revenues. When asked about this issue, the sponsor of the bill’s response was that cities can
still increase tax rates. Many cities are already raising their tax rates and the hardest hit communities are reaching their 10 mill cap. I urge voters to continue following this issue. Please feel free to contact me at anytime with your questions and concerns. I can be reached at 954457-1318, cell/text 954-632-5700 or email me at www.MayorJoyCooper.com.
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Levitt-Weinstein Memorial Chapels & Cemeteries along with Blasberg Rubin-Zilbert have been involved in the South Florida community for over half a century. What distinguishes Levitt-Weinstein & Blasberg Rubin-Zilbert is that these South Florida institutions are still operated by the third generation of the original founding families. going to do when a death occurs? It's important that each person has a pre-arranged plan. A person can set up a financial plan paid out over a period of time with no interest charges. One day you will need it, so why wait for that day to suddenly come? Long-term planning locks in at today's price and protects against inflation." Blasberg states, "There are no two fu-
“Our goal at Beth David is to grow and expand to meet the needs of the community and families that we serve. As long as the needs of our families continue, we will keep growing and developing.” Says Marc Rubin, Area Sales Director.
Memorial From Page 1A –––––––––––––––––––– families who want a more Jewish traditional burial. Along with all this growth, Beth David has also begun construction on a new mausoleum building. “Our goal at Beth David is to grow and expand to meet the needs of the community and families that we serve. As long as the needs of our families continue, we will keep growing and developing.” Says Marc Rubin, Area Sales Director. Levitt-Weinstein Memorial Chapels & Cemeteries along with Blasberg Rubin-Zilbert have been involved in the South Florida community for over half a century. What distinguishes LevittWeinstein & Blasberg Rubin-Zilbert is that these South Florida institutions are still operated by the third generation of the original founding families. Life is uncertain, and it's important that the final resting place of a loved one be agreed upon. Our fullservice funeral homes and cemetery are
proud to be independently owned and locally operated. We are not a public company traded on the stock market. Michael Blasberg, General Manager, said, "We have directors with over 100 years of combined arranging experience and are sensitive to the needs of families. We strive to build on our long-term relationships and create new ones that will stand the test of time." The services provided by Levitt-Weinstein Memorial Chapels & Cemetery along with Blasberg Rubin-Zilbert, though, dedicated to the Jewish community, are available to people from all walks of life. Although our cemetaries are strictly for Jewish burials, our funeral homes are available to service all faiths. Marc Rubin, Area Sales Director, said, "Whether your loved one is staying locally or transferring out of state, the funeral home is here for the needs of all people that we serve. The advantage of being privately owned and
managed is that decisions can be made quickly." "People make choices in life and plan ahead for many things," Rubin says. "When a death occurs, why place the burden on your family to make those eternal decisions for you? What if unforeseen situations arise, wouldn't you feel better knowing you made your plans beforehand?" Shari Bradley, Marketing Director, said, "One of the benefits of dealing with us NOW is that you're planning in advance, saving money and relieving your family of stress by having to make the last minute decisions when you’re not necessarily thinking rationally." "Approximately 90% of the families we service have been pre-arranged," Rubin said. When you think about it logically, it makes sense because it is just another part of Estate Planning, like your Will; and you can handle your funeral and cemetery wishes at the same time with us." Rubin goes on to say,"What are you
comfort you, to love, grieve, and remember your spirit. "LET OUR FAMILY TREAT YOUR FAMILY LIKE OUR OWN." Levitt Weinstein, Blasberg Rubin-Zilbert Funeral Homes and Beth David Memorial Gardens and Chapels.
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Chaya Aydel Seminary to study Profound Chassidic Text By Reuven Arazi The Chaya Aydel Seminary, in Hallandale Beach, has added to their curriculum the study of the renowned "Hemshech Ayin Beis", the lengthy series of discourses from the Rebbe Rashab. This past Shavuos marked the 100th anniversary since this "Wondrous and Profound" series of Maamorim began in the city of Lubavitch in 1912-5672, by the Rebbe Rashab, the fifth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Sholom Ber Schneersohn, ( 1860-1920). Rabbi Yossy Lebovics, Principal of the Seminary since its inception in 2002, announced that, " when it
comes to Pnimiyus HaTorah ( the inner teachings of Torah), girls and women have the same obligation as boys and men, to study these subjects which pertain to the love and fear of Hashem'', as was emphasized by the Rebbe and other Gedolei Yisroel. "No doubt, when Jews around the world have shown a tremendous interest, in light of the 100th anniversary, to study Ayin Beis, it goes without saying that Seminary girls should take a lead role in studying Ayin Beis, and in sharing the incredible insights they learn with friends, family, and community members'', the third
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Ayin Beis will be studied for forty five minutes, each week, as an additional class in the curriculum of Chassidus. Florida's only Teachers Seminary has a wide range of subjects that includes Talmud, Halacha, Haphtorah, Educational Psychology and Tanya. Students come from around the world, graduates from the finest Jewish High Schools, including Bais Yaakov, Bais Rivkah and modern orthodox High Schools. According to Rabbi Tennenhaus, "for the past ten years, I have noticed how Seminary students, who have studied Torah for years, are able to com-
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From Page 1A ––––––––––––––––––– The long and short of it is that teeth whitening works. Virtually everyone who opts for this cosmetic treatment will see moderate substantial improvement in the brightness and whiteness of their smile. However, teeth whitening is not a permanent solution and requires maintenance or “ touch – ups” for a prolonged effect. BLEACING VS. WHITENING According to the FDA, the term “bleaching” is permitted to be used only when the teeth can be whitened beyond their natural color. This applies strictly to product that contains bleach – typically hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide. The term “ Whitening” on the other hand, refers to restoring a tooth’s surface color by removing dirt and debris. So any product that cleans (Like toothpaste) is considered a whitener. Of course, the term whitening sounds better that bleaching, so it is more frequently used – even describing products that contains bleach. WHY TEETH WHITENING? EXAMINING ENAMEL Most of us start out with sparkling white teeth to their porcelain –
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like enamel surface. Composed of microscopic crystalline rods, tooth enamel is designed to protect the teeth from the effects of chewing, gnashing, trauma and acid attacks caused by sugar. But over the years enamel is worn down, becoming more transparent and permitting the yellow color of dentin – the tooth’s core material – to show through. During routine chewing, dentin remains intact while millions of micro-cracks occur in the enamel. It is these cracks, as well as the spaces between the crystalline enamel rods, that gradually fill up with stains and debris. As a result, the teeth eventually develop a dull, lackluster appearance. Teeth whitening removes stains and debris, leaving the enamel cracks open and exposed. Some of the cracks are quickly remineralized by saliva, while others are filled up again with organic de-
bris. TOOTH DISCOLORATION: THE TWO TYPES OF TOOTH STAINS There are two categories of staining as it relates to the teeth: extrinsic staining and intrinsic staining. • Extrinsic Stains: Are those that appear on the surface of the teeth as a result of exposure to dark – colored beverages, foods and tobacco, and routine wear and tear. Superficial extrinsic stains are minor and can be removed with brushing and prophylactic dental cleaning. Stubborn extrinsic stains can be removed with more involved effort, like teeth bleaching. Persistent extrinsic stains penetrate into the dentin and become ingrained if they are not dealt with early. • Intrinsic Stains: Are those that form on the interior of the teeth. Intrinsic stains result form trauma, aging, exposure to minerals (like tetracy-
cline) during tooth formation and/or excessive ingestion of fluoride. In the past, it was thought that intrinsic stains were too resistant to be corrected by bleaching. Today, cosmetic dentistry experts believe that even deep-set intrinsic stains can be removed with supervised takes – home teeth whitening that is maintained over matter of months or even a year. WHAT CAUSES TOOTH STAINING? • Age: There is a direct correlation between tooth color and age. Over the years, teeth darken as result of wear and tear and stain accumulation. Teenagers will likely experience immediate, dramatic result
Hollywood Historical Society Presents the 2012 Founder’s Day Celebration HOLLYWOOD - The Hollywood Historical Society will be presenting its 2012 Founder’s Day in honor of the anniversary of the birth of city of Hollywood Founder Joseph Young on Sunday August 5, 1-4PM. This year’s event will take place at the historic Landmark Funeral Home at 4200 Hollywood Boulevard. The event will include a special lecture by ethnohistorian Patsy West speaking on “Hard Times to Hard Rock; Seminole History, Art, and Culture.” In addition, guides will provide tours of the fifty year old Landmark Funeral Home. Refreshments and music will provide a pleasurable background for historical exhibits and historical conversations. Admission is free to members and $20 for non members; admission includes a year’s membership to the Hollywood Historical Society. For more information about the event contact the Hollywood Historical Society at 954923-5590. (For driving instructions to Landmark Funeral Home contact 954-989-8220 or visit www.LandmarkFuneralHome.com) The Hollywood Historical Society is a membership based not for profit agency dedicated to collecting and preserving Hollywood’s past for future generations. We provide monthly tours of the historic Hammerstein House at 1520 Polk Street in Hollywood. For information on our programs and collections, visit www.hollywoodhistoricalsociety.org or call (954) 923-5590.
from whitening. In the twenties, as the teeth being to show as yellow cast, teeth - whitening may require a little more effort. The forties may call for the yellow gives way to brown and more maintenance. By the fifties, the teeth have absorbed a host of stubborn stains, which can prove difficult (but not impossible) to remove. • Starting Color: We are all equipped with an inborn tooth color that ranges from yellow brownish to greenish gray, and intensifies over time. Yellow brown is generally more responsive to bleaching than green gray. • Translucency and Thinness: These are also genetic traits that become more pronounced with age. While all teeth show some translucency, those that are opaque and thick have and advantage: they appear Lighter in color, show more sparkle and are responsive to bleaching. Teeth that are thinner and more transparent, most notably the front teeth, have less of the pigment that is necessary for bleaching. According to cosmetic dentists, transparency is the only condition that cannot be corrected by any form of teeth whitening. • Eating Habits: The habitual consumption of red wine, coffee, tea, cola, oranges, carrots and other deeply colored beverages and foods causes considerable staining over the years. In addition, acidic foods such as citrus fruits and vinegar contribute to enamel erosion. As a result, the surface becomes more transparent and more of the yellow colored dentin shows though. • Smoking Habits: Nicotine leaves brownish deposits, which slowly soak, into the tooth structure and cause intrinsic discoloration. • Drug/Chemical: Tetracycline usage during tooth formation produces dark gray or brown ribbon stains, which are very difficult
to remove. Excessive consumption of fluoride causes and associated areas of white mottling. • Grinding: Most frequently caused by stress, teeth grinding (gnashing, bruxing, etc) can add to micro- cracking in the teeth and can cause the biting edges to darken. • Trauma: Falls and other injuries can produce sizable cracks in the teeth, which collect large amount of stains and debris. TEETH WHITENING OPTIONS Three major teeth whitening options are available today. All three rely on varying concentrations of peroxide and varying application times. IN OFFICE WHITENING Significant color change in a short period of time is the major benefit of in office whitening. This protocol involves the carefully controlled use of a relatively high-concentration peroxide gel, applied to the teeth by the dentist or trained technician after gums have been protected with paint – on rubber dam. Generally, peroxide remains on the teeth for several (15 to 20 minute) intervals that add up to an hour (at most). Those with particularly stubborn staining may be advised to return for one or more additional bleaching sessions, or may be asked to continue with a home-use whitening system. PROFESSIONALLY DISPENSED TAKE HOME WHITENING KITS Many dentists are of the opinion that professionally dispensed take home whitening kits can produce the best results over the long haul. Take home kits incorporate an easy to use lower concentration peroxide gel that remains on the teeth for an hour or longer (sometimes overnight). The lower the peroxide percentage, the longer it may safely remain on the teeth. The gel is applied to the teeth using custom made bleaching trays that resemble mouth guards. Call us today to find out about our new patient bleaching special!! “Change your smile, Change your life” (954) 456-1939.
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WINN-DIXIE GRAND RE-OPENING East Hallandale Beach unique grocery store attracts large crowds
LEFT: Hallandale Beach Winn-Dixie Store Director Lavar Miller and Winn-Dixie Regional Vice President Tony Jorges spoke with City Manager Renee Crichton about the remodeled store. CENTER: Event goers enjoyed samples from Hallandale Beach Winn-Dixie’s new cheese shop, offering more than 120 domestic and imported artisanal cheeses. RIGHT: Pharmacists Alan Levy, John Carlozzi and Pharmacy Technician Lisa Pyott provide unmatched service at the newly renovated Hallandale Beach Winn-Dixie Pharmacy. Winn-Dixie invited its Hallandale Beach neighbors to check out the new shopping experience at its newly remodeled store at 1515 East Hallandale Beach Boulevard last Thurdsday, June 14. Shoppers were pleased to find upgraded departments and expanded services now available in their new neighborhood store. The newly remodeled Hallandale Beach store showcases Winn-Dixie’s newer format and features a warm, vibrant color palate. From the extensive selection of the season’s freshest fruits and vegetables in the produce department to the variety of chef-inspired meal solutions, the store’s new features provide an enhanced experience with a myriad of upgrades. As guests entered the store, they noticed the expansive selection of custom prepared, chefinspired meals and a wide variety of salads and delectable sides to complete any feast. Experienced chefs direct a full-service carving station featuring slow roasted prime rib, bourbon glazed salmon and oven roasted pork loin that offers a perfect combination of variety, quality and convenience for the guest that values the ease of on-the-go meals. Customers also have a wide assortment of traditional Italian made-to-order meal options to choose from including lobster ravioli with scampi-style sauce, linguini tossed with basil pesto and grilled flatbread pizza, all of which are custom prepared, then baked in less than three minutes. WinnDixie also provides a
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SPOTLIGHT ON HOLLYWOOD Activities at ArtsPark at Young Circle By Chuck O. Ellis, Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Director HOLLYWOOD ArtsPark at Young Circle is located in the heart of historic downtown Hollywood. This 10-acre park is bustling with activities and classes for the entire family to enjoy. Here is a listing of the events taking place this week: For the art enthusiast, visit the gallery to view Universal Xplosion of Heart. A unique exhibition by Haitian artist Roland Mecklembourg is on display Monday through Saturday from noon to 6:00 p.m. Food Truck Invasion is held every Monday from 5:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Enjoy street food - from Cuban influenced burgers, Asian style wings and even deep-fried cupcakes. Everyone in Hollywood has been talking about the Food Truck Invasion since the trucks came to town last year. Bring your chairs, bring your blankets and of course bring your appetite. Funtastic Friday is held every Friday from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. There’s a DJ, face painter, games, bounce houses and more in the Meadow. ArtsPark Live! features free live entertainment every Friday and Saturday on the Amphitheater stage from
Food Truck Invasion is held every Monday from 5:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Enjoy street food -- from Cuban influenced burgers, Asian style wings and even deep-fried cupcakes.
For the art enthusiast, visit the gallery to view Universal Xplosion of Heart. A unique exhibition by Haitian artist Roland Mecklembourg is on display Monday through Saturday from noon to 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Friday, June 29: Leslie Cartaya (Latin Jazz); Saturday, June 30: Kilmo & the Killers (Blues). Fun Shop Creation Station, is held every Saturday from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Artist Studio. This interactive art activity is geared to children 5 years old to 10 years old. July 1st , kick off National Hot Dog Month at
the Hot Dog Fest. Enjoy a variety of hot dogs and sausages such as New Jersey
Chili Cheese Dogs, Corndogs and Brazilian Sausages from over 2 dozen vendors and food trucks. Sample local craft beers. Live entertainment featuring a Hot Dog Eating Contest, Mad World Orchestra performing their high energy covers of MTV classics from the eighties including U2, the Police, INXS, Cheap Trick, Duran
Duran, and Billy Idol, and Pinchadiscos (DJ Luv of Miami & DJ 138) will be "serving up the eclectic beats" all day. Bring your sun screen, lawn chair and blanket. FREE Admission. Menu prices vary. Visit
thehotdogfest.com To obtain a class schedule or more information on activities at ArtsPark, visit Hollywoodfl.org or call 954.921.3500.
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If you would like to submit an announcement for our Community Calendar in the paper – or online, where you are guaranteed placement weekly, please send it to: Larry Blustein, Community Calendar Editor, 305 N.W. 10th Terrace, Hallandale Beach, Florida 33009; Fax: 954 4580765 or via e-mail to: SFSUNTIMES@aol.com. For a complete listing of all Community Calendar items, please check our website at: www.southfloridasuntimes.com. Also follow us on Twitter @sfsuntimes. Thursday, June 28 • Morning Speed Biz, Bank United - 501 Golden Isles Drive, Hallandale Beach. 7:30 am9:00 am. Free to Chamber members. $5.00 Future Members. Chamber Office 954-454-0541 or Gerard 954-292-9616. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Sunday, July 1 • The South Florida Bluegrass Association proudly presents our All-American Bluegrass Show and Jam at Greynolds Park in North Miami
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and the city, is outstanding. But as much as Joseph does here in this community, he has also transferred to his home in Tampa. In 2011, Joseph established the Davin Joseph Events for Cause Foundation, a nonprofit organization committed to serving urban areas in two cities close to his heart: Tampa and Hallandale Beach. His foundation is devoted to enhancing athletic and performing arts programs in public schools by instituting safe, structured afterschool programs, improving athletic facilities and encouraging greater community involvement. In 2011, Joseph adopted the Blake High School football team in Tampa, for which he sponsored pre-game meals, attended Friday night games, and donated $10,000 to the athletic program. The Davin Joseph Events for Cause Foundation will continue to provide goods and services to the school and communities through the following initiatives – Triple P’s: Present, Promote and Provide: • “Academics through Athletics” – present rewards to students that perform exceptional in the classrooms and in sports. • “Arts through Athletics” – promote the freedom of expression, creativity, discipline and self determination in performing arts and athletic programs in public schools. • “Proper Nutrition Before Performance” – provide nutritional pregame meals, postgame shakes, snacks and sport drinks to athletic programs in public schools. All his hard work and dedication to making lives much brighter didn't go unnoticed. Last
Beach at 12:30 pm. Come bring your lawn chair and enjoy the afternoon with America's own music. Parking is $6; the show is FREE. Food and drink will be available. For more info. call (305) 3581800.
Ave, Hollywood. For more information call: (954) 309-5751. • Christian-oriented Grief Support Group – (Coed), Mondays 6pm-7pm. Meeting for 8 weeks. A supportive group providing interactive discussion, strategies and resources to help you understand the grieving process and resolve your loss in life from a Christian perspective. Meets in Hollywood. Call Nick 954-895-6119.
Tuesday, July 10 Heroes at Home: “Doing For Those Who Did For Us”, a Hallandale Beach Area Chamber of Commerce forum for veterans providing information about job training programs, affordable housing and bank loans, medical outreach and assistance through the offices of Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Senator Marco Rubio. The Hallandale Beach Community Cultural Center 410 Federal Highway, Hallandale Beach, Florida 33009. 9:00 am - 3:00 pm. For information, please contact our office at 954-454-0541.
TUESDAYS • 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 MONDAYS • Hollywood Toastmasters Club. Become the Speaker and Leader you want to be. Every Monday at 7:00 pm. Temple Sinai of Hollywood, 1400 N46th
• Every Tuesday from 12 noon - 1 p.m. Bellydancing with Sandi, just bring your bodies! Line dancing at 1 p.m. with Joanie and Yoga at 2 p.m. with Carol, at Memorial Senior Partners, all ages welcome, call: (954) 457-0501 for more info.
In 2011, Joseph established the Davin Joseph Events for Cause Foundation, a nonprofit organization committed to serving urban areas in two cities close to his heart: Tampa and Hallandale Beach. year he was named Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ 2011 Man of the Year, which was a huge honor. With new head coach Greg Schiano coming aboard in the off season, Joseph, who is the player with second most seniority on the team, is looking forward to the challenge of getting better and trying to make it back to the Pro Bowl contest for the third time. But as much as football has taken center stage in his life, Joseph is also looking out for his future. One that could include coaching. "I love teaching and being able to set an example," he said. "But most of all, I want to make sure that I can do as much as I can to help make a difference in many lives."
While Joseph was taking part in the wedding this past weekend, his alma mater was up at the FAU team camp, which was made possible by his ongoing support of Hallandale High. Coach Dameon Jones and his Chargers represented the school and Joseph well by being named as the top team at the event. DAVIN JOSEPH OFFENSIVE LINEMAN CAMP On Saturday, July 14, Davin Joseph Events for Cause Foundation presents the Davin Joseph Offensive Lineman Camp at Hallandale High School, 720 NW 9th Avenue, Hallandale Beach, FL 33009. The event starts at 11–11:30am: Registration, 11:30am: Welcome Presentation,
When the Hallandale High football team won the FAU team camp last weekend, the Chargers had Davin Joseph to thank for helping them fund the trip to Boca Raton. 1:00pm – 3:00pm: Stretching and Skills Stations. Deadline to Register:
July 3, 2012 – Limited to first 100 registered participants. For more information, please contact
Angel Williams 813957-5782. Email registration forms to dameon.jones@brow ardschools.com.
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Ducts that are not cleaned regularly can harbor dust, dirt, pollen, moisture, bacteria, and other pollutants that may increase the risk of asthma and allergy attacks, bronchitis, and eye irritation. counts for a large portion of most homeowners’ electric bills during the summer months,” says Edan Aviv, who operates Cool Air USA with partners Gil Nagar and Lior Poyastro. “A new, more efficient unit can also make a difference in comfort level because it cools more efficiently. Rebates and tax incentives may even help defray the initial cost of the unit.” WHAT’S LURKING IN THE DUCTS? Even an older air conditioner can be made more efficient and safe with regular maintenance. Cool Air USA technicians are experts at cleaning the ducts, a process that can greatly reduce indoor air pollution, as well as make the unit cool more efficiently. “Too many people neglect their air conditioners because the problems aren’t visible,” Nagar says. “You may not notice that your unit isn’t cooling as efficiently as it was before because the decline happens gradually. And you also may not be aware that dirty air conditioner ducts can actually harm the quality of the air in your home.” Ducts that are not cleaned regularly can harbor dust, dirt, pollen, moisture, bacteria, and other pollutants that may increase the risk of asthma and allergy attacks, bronchitis, and eye irritation. To take care of the problem, Cool Air USA carefully vacuums the ducts using a turbojet-powered machine that gets rid of any foreign substances lurking there. Then the supply vents are sealed to keep the ducts in pristine condition for as long as possible. “Once the duct system is professionally cleaned, it should stay that way
for three to seven years,” Nagar says. DRYER VENT CLEANING Dryer vent cleaning is another service offered by Cool Air USA. “Many homeowners don’t realize that the vents in their clothes dryers can create fire risk,” Poyastro says. While the filter captures some of the lint that is created when you dry your clothes, it doesn’t get all of it. “If the remaining lint builds up and comes
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SPOTLIGHT ON STAGE The Classic rock band ‘Boston’ brings their signature sounds to Hard Rock Live the script. When all else fails, Bruhl’s thoughts turn to murder. After thirty years “Deathtrap” is still being performed today and is now on stage at the Byron Carlyle Theatre on Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m., Sunday matinee at 2 p.m. Tickets are $38 at the Box Office located at 500 71st Street, Miami Beach. The management asks theatre goers not to disclose the plot so as not to spoil it for new audiences. For information and reservations, call: (305) 397-8977. “See You at the Theatre” Contact Eleanor atESuntimes@aol.com
Boston’s classic rockers bring their showmanship to Hard Rock Live on June 28, 2012 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $49 to $79 at the box office located on State Road 7 (US 441) Hollywood. For information, call: (954) 327-ROCK. Or: 1 (800) 937-0010. Parking is always free. Boston’s beginnings go back to 1969 with a band called Mother’s Milk, but the band did not last long. The original recording demo tapes made eventually landed the group now called Boston, a deal with Epic Records and in 1976 they released what would become the greatest selling debut album in history with sales exceeding seventeen million. At a time when disco and punk were starting to emerge as influences, Boston’s traditional rock sound was embraced by radio stations and record buyers. The album spawned the Top Ten single, “ More Than a Feeling” and two other Top Forty hits, “Peace of Mind” and “Foreplay/Long Time.” Boston remained on the charts for 132 weeks. Two years later, "Don’t Look Back,” was released and sold more than four million copies in its first month. The album’s title track became a Top Ten hit, reaching number four. Two other singles, “A Man I’ll Never Be” and “Feelin’ Satisfied,” went Top forty. The band resumed touring in 2008 with new vocalists Michael Sweet and Tommy DeCarlo, a Boston fan who was signed onto the group after singing some of the Boston songs on My Space. Present members of the group also include: Tom Scholz & Gary Pihl in addition to Fran Sheehan on bass and Sib Hashian on drums. Boston is noted for their audience pleasing concerts. Boston’s classic rockers bring their showmanship to Hard Rock Live on June 28, 2012 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $49 to $79 at the box office located on State Road 7 (US 441) Hollywood. For information, call: (954) 327-ROCK. Or: 1 (800) 937-0010. Parking is always free. STAGE DOOR THEATRE PRESENTS THE REMARKABLE LIFE OF GINGER ROGERS IN “BACKWARDS IN HIGH HEELS”: This intimate musical dances its way through Ginger’s life with unforgettable music, show- stopping dance numbers and a captivating story that traces her career from Hollywood and her love affairs from one to another. Best known as Fred Astaire’s dance partner, Ginger became one of Hollywood’s biggest stars regardless of her over protective mother. Very funny and moving, “Backwards In High Heels” is a toe-tapping, full account of Ginger’s public and private life. Ginger’s first work with Fred Astaire came shortly after, although she didn’t appear with him on screen until four years later. She became an overnight sensation at the age of nineteen and in 1930 she was signed to a seven-year contract with Paramount Pictures. Her partnership with Astaire elevated them both to stardom during which time they made ten films together. Throughout the course of her life, she appeared in a total of seventy three films. She received an Academy Award for "Best Actress in a Leading Role” in 1940, for her dramatic performance in “Kitty Foyle.” In 1945, Rogers was the highest paid star. Ginger and Fred will remain in our memories as the most dynamic duo of dance. The remarkable life of the legendary actress is now on stage through July 1, 2012.Tickets are $38 at the box office located at 8036 West Sample Road, Coral Springs. Performances vary Wednesday to Sunday. For a full schedule, call: (954) 344-7765. THE LONGEST RUNNING BROADWAY COMEDY THRILLER “DEATH TRAP” HITS THE BYRON CARLYLE THEATRE: Now on stage at the Byron Carlyle Theatre through July 1, 2012 is the award winning play “Deathtrap,” Ira Levin’s thriller. The play is known to be one of the greatest hits ever performed on Broadway where it ran more than 1800 performances. Ira Levin has taken a combination of horror stories, sinister plots, murder and quite unexpected turns of events and created a classic, pulse- pounding thriller with devilishly wicked characters and multiple twists. The plot thickens as a once -famed playwright is sent a more-than-promising manuscript from an aspiring playwright. His dilemma is whether he can get the young author to collaborate with him and in the event he can’t, is murder an option? It’s of course, very possible! The play begins with accomplished writer Sidney Bruhl, a famous playwright known for his mystery thriller “The Murder Game,”presently finding it very difficult to write his next play. Since his last plays were not too successful and becoming desperate, he simply must find a way to write another brilliant play. When he receives a fantastic play, in the mail, from an ex-student, Bruhl invites him to his home in order to trick him out of
The remarkable life of legendary actress Ginger Fogers is now on stage through July 1.Tickets are $38 at the box office located at 8036 West Sample Road, Coral Springs. Performances vary Wednesday to Sunday. For a full schedule, call: (954) 344-7765.
Kiwanis Club gearing up for it’s participation in Christmas in July
The Kiwanis Club of Hallandale Beach is gearing up for it’s participation in Christmas in July where we assist 1,500 homeless children living in shelters to a day of food, entertainment, clothes. shoes and school supplies at the Bank Atlantic Center. At our recent meeting at Brio Restaurant in Gulfstream Village, Arturo O’Neill and brother John who own ManageXchange donated three boxes of diapers coupled with a check for $100 to benefit the cause. The Kiwanis Club of Hallandale Beach has donated over 1,000 pairs of diapers so far thanks to members Joe Kessel, William “Bill” Julian, Leo Grachow and Steve Cummings.
Hallandale Beach Area of Commerce spearheads 'Heroes At Home' event “HEROES AT HOME”, an event for veterans and their spouses will take place on July 10, Tuesday, 2012 from 9:00-3:00 p.m. at the Hallandale Beach Community Cultural Center at 401 Federal Highway. Conceived by Hallandale Beach Area of Commerce President Carole Pumpian after seeing a similar program on NBC for the US Chamber of Commerce and the Today Show targeting veterans, the event will cover such diverse areas as job training programs, affordable housing, bank loans, and medical outreach. Keynote speakers will focus on solid information, giving the veterans and attendees the opportunity to take home some grass roots contacts. The offices of Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Senator Marco Rubio have embraced this initiative and will have representatives present for the event. A welcome by Mayor Joy Cooper of Hallandale Beach will kick off the day with participants Joe Gibbons, State Representative, and Chairman Joe Kessel. The event is free and open to the public and recognized by the City of Hallandale Beach. Participants include Veterans Affairs, Work Force One, Dr. Randy Blass of the Jim Moran Institute, Peter Caspari of Ireachamerica, Wells Fargo Bank, Lisa Vecchi of Broward Housing Solutions, and Dr. Alvin Jackson, Director of the Hallandale Beach CRA . Local Purple Heart and Bronze Star veteran Bill Berardi, Commander of VFW District 15, will be leading an open discussion of the issues and the solutions. Sponsor, Whole Foods will be offering free lunches and coffees to all who attend. For further information, please contact Patricia Genetti, Executive Director or Joe Kessel at the Hallandale Beach Chamber of Commerce, 954-454-0541.
Star-Spangled Spectacular 4th of July Celebration on Hollywood Beach Festivities Begin at 1 p.m. HOLLYWOOD There's no better way to celebrate our nations's 236th birthday than on Hollywood Beach at the annual 4th of July Celebration on Hollywood Beach. Sponsored by the City of Hollywood Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts and the Hollywood Community Redevelopment Agency-Beach District, this annual event features entertainment throughout the day and evening, highlighted by a dazzling offshore fireworks display at 9 p.m. The afternoon is packed with entertainment. From 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., children's fun and games with DJ Chulo will entertain the crowd at the oceanfront Charnow Park, located at Garfield Street and the Hollywood Beach Broadwalk in the Broadwalk Fun Zone. From 1 p.m. to 4
p.m., there will be arts and crafts off Buchanan and New York streets. From 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., the Hollywood Beach Theatre at Johnson Street will feature a live music performance by Pocket Change, followed by the offshore fireworks display. INFORMATION TO HELP MAKE IT A SAFE AND HAZARD-FREE HOLIDAY Personal fireworks, sparklers, glass containers, coolers, barbecues, and alcoholic beverages are prohibited on the beach and will be confiscated by Hollywood Police. This annual tradition on the beach occurs during the prime nesting season of sea turtles. If you plan to stake out a spot on the sand to watch the fireworks, please remember that nesting habits of sea turtles can be impacted by light
sources. You should refrain from using flashlights and if you do encounter a sea turtle or sea turtle nest, do not disturb it. Knowingly interfering with a sea turtle nest could result in civil or even criminal penalties and fines. Spectator boats are not allowed to anchor on or above sea grass, hard bottom or coral reef structures and could face fines or criminal penalties for doing so. This is a condition of the event permit from the U.S. Coast Guard. Boaters also must remain at least 1,400 feet from the fireworks barge. The Hollywood Police Department Marine Unit will be on hand to assure boaters follow these regulations. All boaters are advised to travel at safe speeds and to watch for endangered species including manatees and sea turtles. Any collisions with
or injury to sea turtles, manatees or other protected species must be reported to Sea Turtle Emergency Line (24 hours) at 954.328.0580 and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission at 1.888.404.FWCC. Due to heavy traffic and limited parking, spectators are encouraged to utilize the free shuttle buses located at the two downtown Hollywood garages. The Radius garage is located at 250 N. 19 Avenue, with the shuttle stop on the northwest corner of Tyler Street and N. 19 Avenue. The Van Buren street garage is located at 251 S. 20 Avenue. The free buses will run from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Please note the last shuttles will leave for the beach at 8 p.m., at which time all eastbound vehicular traffic toward the beach will be shut down. The drop-off location for the shuttle buses will be at Johnson Street and A1A. Returning shuttles begin at 9:30 p.m. at the conclusion of the fireworks display.
Intracoastal Waterway bridges will maintain their regular schedules throughout the day and early evening, but from 8 p.m. to midnight the following bridges will remain in the down position to allow vehicular traffic to exit the beach: Dania Beach Boulevard, Sheridan Street and Hollywood Boulevard.
There will be no vehicular access from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. All eastbound traffic at Hollywood Boulevard and Sheridan Street will be turned around. The Hollywood Trolley will run on its normal schedule with the last eastbound trolley leaving at 8 p.m. The trolley service is $1 per ride.
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Global Jewelry Buying House. They have been doing business in New York for 30 years and are now beginning their rapid expansion - right here in Aventura.
Global Jewelry Buying House By Suzanne Wallace - Sun Times
AVENTURA - You saw an ad for Global Jewelry Buying House and wanted to learn more before you trusted your jewelry to them. You called and they told you to come to their Buying House at 18677 West Dixie Highway in Aventura, FL. Not knowing what to expect, you brought only a couple of pieces of unwanted jewelry and a silver service, no longer in use. Upon arrival, you were buzzed into the store by their private security officer and were met in the lobby by the Director of Buying, Danny. He took you down a warm and inviting hallway to one of several boutique-like rooms. You were asked if you would like coffee or water and was served your bottled water in a crystal stemmed glass.
Danny took out a purchase form, wrote your name and date on the form and after opening up his jewelers light, asked to see what you had brought. He examined your two pieces of jewelry and wrote a value on the form next to a description and then looked at your silver and assessed its value. At that point, you had a decision to make...sell it now or take your copy of the purchase form to show your wife. You decided the price was certainly fair and sold your jewelry for cash. You took your silver service back home to make sure your wife agreed with the sale and showed her the purchase form with the price that was offered. Your wife agreed it was a good price so tomorrow you will take it back, along with the purchase order, and
be given the price listed. What’s more, you have decided to take some more jewelry that has been lying in a jewelry box for years and cash it in too. That is a typical experience at the Global Jewelry Buying House. They have been doing business in New York for 30 years and are now beginning their rapid expansion. More Planned For South Florida Three new Buying Houses are in the works in the Aventura area and more planned in the South Florida area. One of the things that make this business unique, other than their boutique look, is that they don’t sell jewelry at their locations; they only buy from the public. Because they are a well-known International Jewelry Buying House,
they have customers world-wide who buy from them. They provide a liquid global market for previously owned jewelry and for that reason; they are able to offer the highest prices to you. They are the leading global buyer of fine jewelry, diamonds and watches from the public. A GIA Certified Gemologist is on site to examine your diamonds. Converting Gold And Diamonds Into Cash It’s a new concept-the modern way to sell your fine jewelry. You can convert your collection of estate jewelry or diamonds for cold hard cash. Good to know in these economic times. Although it was pointed out that most of their customers aren’t selling because they need the money...they are selling because their lifestyle has changed and they no longer need or want the silver or jewelry. Coins, Gold And Much More They specialize in American Eagle coins. They buy scrap gold, 10k, 14k, 18k, and unlike some, they are the top buyers of gold filled. They buy silver, platinum, rings, bracelets, necklaces, cufflinks, money clips, earrings, chains, brooches, watches, key chains, dental gold, class rings, pins, estate jewelry, collectibles and much more. Global Jewelry Buying House is the largest gold buyer in South Florida. Best of all, you are treated in a professional manner and if you are worried about your security, you will be escorted to your car by their security guard. It’s a no worry, no hassle, and great way to sell your jewelry, watches or collectibles. Global Jewelry Buying House is located at 18677 West Dixie Highway Aventura, FL 33180 Telephone: 305-705-9600. Hours: Mon – Fri 10 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.
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LIVER DISEASE Unmanaged condition exacts a heavy toll (ARA) - Chronic liver disease, which often leads to cirrhosis (scarring of the liver) saps the body's vitality. Worse, it can rob someone of their mind. For about half of people with liver disease and cirrhosis, the condition progresses into overt hepatic encephalopathy (HE), a disorder that causes confusion, forgetfulness and poor concentration. These impairments accelerate when doctors fail to recognize HE early or when they treat individual episodes instead of managing HE on an ongoing basis to prevent recurrence. Many episodes of HE cause patients to be hospitalized. HE occurs when a damaged liver fails to filter toxins in the body. Those toxins then invade the brain, potentially causing long-term mental impairment. In one study, only 26 percent of patients demonstrated an ongoing ability to learn new information once they had been diagnosed with HE. The problem is growing. Liver disease affects nearly 6 million people in the United States, and many of those people develop cirrhosis and, as a result, HE. More cases of liver disease are reported every year. Patients who don't know they have liver-scarring hepatitis add to the volume as do people who suffer from non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Manage HE as a long-term condition Recent scientific breakthroughs have
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cluding medicine that works over the longterm to manage HE. "If you have liver disease and notice a mental slow down, forgetfulness or changes in your sleep patterns, consult your doctor because these may be signs of HE," Sanyal says. "The goal is to focus on long-term management, not a short-term fix."
taking any prescription medication for their condition. This number includes patients who have had to be hospitalized for HE treatment in the past, yet are still not taking any prescriptions to manage HE. Doctors often prescribe lactulose first when patients are diagnosed with HE because it was the only medication available. However, there are problems with this traditional HE treatment. Many patients who take lactulose experience uncomfortable side effects, such as diarrhea, bloating and sickness, making it difficult to stay on the medication long-term and increasing chances of HE recurrences. These symptoms also contribute to dehydration and may occasionally worsen HE rather than improve it. When patients return home from the hospital, it doesn't mean that the battle with HE has ended. Three of every four patients taking lactulose develop recurring episodes of
HE after their first episode, and many require additional hospitalization. In addition to the physical and mental toll of these recurring HE episodes, the financial burden is high as well. The average HE-related hospital stay is six days, costing roughly $37,000. Compounded by the fact that many patients can never return to work, HE can be financially devastating to a patient and his or her family.
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How to protect your pet from the heat (ARA) - When the weather warms and the heat arrives, it seems everyone has a reason to smile. Whether you prefer to cool off with a dip in the pool or with a tall cool drink in the shade, we all have ways to beat the heat. But what about your dog? Pets can suffer from heat just like people. There are steps you can take to help ensure your dog doesn't overheat in hot weather. Dawn Bolka is a registered veterinary technologist (RVT) and full time veterinary technology instructor at Brown Mackie College - Michigan City. She offers insight into keeping your dog safe during the hot months. "A dog's normal body temperature is 101 degrees, and sometimes up to 102.5 degrees," Bolka says. "Match this base with rising temper-
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Physical Activity Increases Loss of Essential Mineral (NewsUSA) - Most adults know that daily cardio is great for burning fat and reducing stress, but you may not know that a rise in sweat output can cause an increase in your loss of essential minerals, such as magnesium.* People drink water after they exercise to rehydrate, but individuals need to replenish more than just H2O. Mineral loss through the excretion of sweat and urine is increased during prolonged exercise. Due to how much they sweat, it's crucial for endurance athletes with low magnesium intakes to replenish their magnesium levels.* Endurance athletes sweat at a rate of one to one-and-a-half liters per hour. They also have greater risk for magnesium imbalance because of a high excretion rate and the length of their training sessions. For example, in 70 degree weather, the average loss of magnesium via sweat during a 40 minute-run is over seven milligrams.* Magnesium is necessary for many different reasons, especially energy and endurance needs. It activates enzymes known as ATPases, which are needed to transfer and release energy for muscle contractions.* During exercise, adequate levels of magnesium, maintained by a healthy diet and a daily supplement such as Slow-Mag Tablets, can really come in handy. This process is what produces the energy source needed to exercise efficiently. Low levels of magnesium may be associated with limited energy efficiency, reduced metabolic efficiency and increased oxygen consumption and heart rate during aerobic activity.* Studies have shown a relationship between sweat magnesium loss and muscle cramps.* An astounding 7 out of 10 Americans don't get enough magnesium from their diet. The amount of magnesium you need each day is based on your age, sex and other factors.* Since magnesium functions in many processes necessary for exercise performance, it is important for athletes to have adequate magnesium levels. To help figure out if you're meeting the daily requirement, use the magnesium calculator at www.slowmag.com.
walk or run your animal in the heat of the day." Much like pavement, sand at the beach gets hot. Bolka advises giving your dog access to a grassy area, or protecting the dog's feet with booties. Pool decks are another culprit to consider. Bolka's rule of thumb is: If it burns your feet, it will burn your dog's feet. It is not a good idea to shave a dog during hot weather. "A dog's summer coat actually insulates the skin, offering protection from harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays," says Bolka. However, it is possible for a dog to experience sunburn. "If your dog has a black nose, the nose is protected from sunburn," she continues. "A pink nose is more susceptible to UV rays. You will sometimes see a dog bury his nose in dirt, caking mud on it for protection. As long as dogs
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Austin Hepburn Center gives Deraine Holmes a head start on his career path
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SUMMER EMPLOYMENT Summer camp creates jobs for 14 part-time workers in the City of Hallandale Beach
Under the watchful eye of Clara Brown, left, future chef Deraine Holmes prepares breakfast for summer campers and seniors at the Austin Hepburn Center. Mr. Holmes is one of the success stories from the City of Hallandale Beach’s summer employment program. In his third summer working in the Hepburn Center kitchen, Mr. Holmes heads to culinary school later this year. (Photo courtesy City of Hallandale Beach Public Relations)
Summer employment at the Austin Hepburn Center in Hallandale Beach has given Deraine Holmes a head start on his career path. The 18-year-old Hallandale High School recent graduate is in his third summer working in the kitchen at the Hepburn Center, cooking up meals and serving them to children and seniors. “When I started for the City, I kind of volunteered to work in the kitchen,” Deraine said. He had just completed his first year in the culinary arts program at Hallandale High school and was eager to put his skills to work. Deraine impressed the staff and is now working his third summer in the Hepburn Center kitchen. From cooking a hot meal of pancakes and sausage, to making sandwiches for seniors in the Hepburn Center’s senior program, Deraine said he has found his calling. He already earned his ServSafe certification from the National Restaurant Association. To be certified, the restaurant worker or student must prove knowledge of safe food handling, inventory control and demonstrate a working knowledge of safe temperatures to store and serve different foods, among other skills. “My main meal is barbeque. I love working on the grill,” he said. But, he will be expanding his talents later this summer. “I’m going to Le Cordon Bleu (culinary school) in August.” He credits the Hepburn Center for giving him a chance. “It makes me feel good to know I have a summer job (each year),” he added. He said a number of his friends have been unable to find summer work. Even though the summer has just started, Mr. Holmes is looking to the future. “I’d really like to work on South Beach,” said the budding chef. He hopes to get the opportunity during a required internship as part of his culinary training.
Summer camp counselor Janice Copeland gets involved as pitcher for a game of kickball with campers at Peter Bluesten Park. The City of Hallandale Beach has hired 14 summer workers as camp counselors and aides at City parks and the Austin Hepburn Center for the this year. Annually, the City hires workers to help with summer camps. The majority of the workers are City residents. (Photo courtesy City of Hallandale Beach Public Relations)
Summer camp means summer jobs for 14 parttime workers in the City of Hallandale Beach. The summer jobs are split between three programs in the Parks and Recreation Department and a separate program in the Human Services Department at the Austin Hepburn Center. “It’s a chance to give back,” said Janice Copeland, a summer camp counselor at Peter Bluesten Park. “I was here 12 years ago, and it’s good to be back.” Before the summer mini-camps opened last week with children from private schools, the City filled the part-time positions in anticipation of the
full summer camp season, which begins next week when the public schools in Hallandale Beach begin the summer break. The majority of the summer counselors are City residents. “We’ll have somewhere around 60 (children),” said Sherlie Sininger, recreation supervisor at Peter Bluesten Park. When the camp is in full operation, Bluesten Park will have four or five counselors supervising summer campers. Others are assigned to O.B. Johnson Park and in the teen camp at Ingalls Park At the Hepburn Center, the summer workers include teenagers who serve as camp counselors and aides. “It’s a great program,” said Marian McCann-Collie, Human Services De-
partment Director. For some, it’s a chance to earn a few dollars or to provide additional support for the family. “Some of the (counselors) actually have to assist the family at home,” Mrs. McCannCollie said. “Fun, that’s all the kids think about, fun,” said Lindsey Janiszewski, another camp counselor at Peter Bluesten Park. “Many of the children are shy when they come here, but they’re not when they leave.” The summer program is a chance for the children to let go, burn off energy and learn. “One thing we work on is social skills,” said Ms. Janiszewski. An annual program, the City hires some of the workers, and others are coordinated through WorkForce One, which runs the state’s unemployment office. Most of
the teenage workers are hired through WorkForce One while the adults were hired directly by the City. “Some of (the counselors) come through WorkForce One, but they all must still pass a level 2 screening by the City,” said Mrs. McCann-Collie. “Some of them work with children and one will work with Victor (DeSouza, Senior Programs Coordinator).” The screening checks the backgrounds of all applicants. Mrs. McCann-Collie said the summer work program has been an employment training ground for the Human Services Department. After a year or two as WorkForce One workers, the City was impressed enough to make summer job offers. Summer workers will be with the City until mid-August.
Remembering Planning Board Member Irwin Schneider
Long-time Planning Board Member Irwin Schneider was memorialized on Monday with a tree planted in his honor at Hallandale Beach City Hall. Mr. Schneider died earlier this year after leaving his mark on numerous City projects, including development of the Cultural Community Center. At the tree planting ceremony are, from left, Hallandale Beach Mayor Joy Cooper, Mrs. Schneider, Commissioner Dorothy Ross and Commissioner Keith London. The tree and memorial marker are located between the Cultural Community Center and City Hall. (Photo courtesy City of Hallandale Beach Public Relations)
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A TASTE FOR SHRIMP COCONUT SHRIMP 1 lb shell-on Shrimp, uncooked 1/3 cup Coconut milk, canned and sweetened 2 Tbsp Lime Juice 1 Garlic clove, crushed 1 tsp Red Chili Peppers, seeded and minced 1 tsp ground Cumin 1/2 tsp ground Coriander 1/4 tsp ground White Pepper 12 to 18 fresh Pineapple Chunks Island Pesto: 1 cup flaked Coconut 1 cup chopped Cilantro 1 cup chopped Green Onion 2 Tbsp fresh Lime Juice 2 Tbsp minced fresh Ginger 1 to 2 tsp minced Garlic clove 1/2 tsp Salt 1/2 cup Peanut or Olive Oil Peel and devein shrimp retaining tails; set aside. Combine coconut milk, lime juice, garlic, red peppers, cumin, coriander and pepper; pour over shrimp. Marinate no more than 1 hour. Thread shrimp and pineapple chunks on skewers. Broil or grill, 3 minutes per side, or until shrimp are
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SHRIMP SCAMPI 6 jumbo Shrimp, peeled and deveined 2 Tbsp Olive Oil 1 tsp Butter 1 tsp Shallots, finely chopped 3 cloves of fresh Garlic, finely chopped 1/2 Lemon, squeezed 2 oz Sherry 2 oz Brandy Salt and Pepper to taste
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