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Paul Snow, the Hallandale Food Bank and numerous volunteers have fed residents for 21 consecutive years! By Larry Blustein Sun Times For 21 years, Paul Snow has made sure that families across Broward County have food to eat each

week. It's something that he and his volunteers are extremely proud of. Snow has run the Hallandale Food Bank, Inc. (220 SW

6th Ave.) with plenty of help along the way. From the City of Hallandale Beach ($25,000 a year), Edward W. Smith Foundation ($10,000), the

THE NEED TO FEED! Miami Marlins ($2,000) to fundraising efforts, which total as much as $68,000,

this is indeed a huge effort. But times have changed and the need

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Larry Blustein It’s starting. The signs along the highway, the information stuffed into our mailboxes, the TV and radio commercials, and soon, the worst thing of all – the battles. I don’t know about you, but I almost dread this time of year – or four years – if you happen to be following what’s

going on with the race for the White House. Why do I dislike election time? Well, first of all, when it comes to local politics, it’s become laughable how people you don’t see at events or meetings for two or three years, decide that maybe they will come out and appear to care about their community. Those politicians, in –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BLUSTEIN, Page 9A

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HOLLYWOOD - The Hollywood Coalition of Civic and Business Associations (HCCBA) cordially invites the public to participate in a Candidates Meet & Greet Forum scheduled for August 28th and 29th from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. The HCCBA, which is comprised of the Rotary Club, Kiwanis Club, Committee of 100, the Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce and the Hollywood Jaycees, recognizes that the right to vote is a fundamental right of our democracy, and that providing an opportunity where citizens can interact with the candidates running for the Hollywood City Commission and learn their respective vision for our community is important for making a well-informed vote. Due to the large number of candidates running for the Commission, and in an effort to provide each candidate with an equal opportunity to respond to the public’s questions, the forum will be held on two nights. Candidates for District 1, District 2, and District 3 commission seats will attend on Wednesday, August 29th at the Hollywood Center of Performing Arts located at 1770 Monroe Street in Hollywood. Candidates for District 4, District 5, and District 6 commission seats will attend on Tuesday, August 28th at the Boulevard Heights Community Center located at 6770 Garfield Street in Hollywood. The candidates for the Mayoral seat will attend both nights. Dr. Fred Lippman, former State Representative and Nova Chancellor of the Health Professions Division of Nova Southeastern University, will moderate the forum. The two-night event is free and open to the public and the HCCBA will encourage the public to submit written questions to the candidates during the event. Refreshments will be served, and the proceeds will benefit local schools. To contact the HCCBA, please email hccba@ymail.com. The Hollywood Coalition of Business and Civic Associations is committed to familiarizing Hollywood voters with the candidates for city commission and encouraging public participation in community forums presented by the organization.

HALLANDALE BEACH The City of Hallandale Beach is seeking full and part-time lifeguards to stand watch over the City’s waterfront and Municipal Swimming pool beginning Monday, Oct. 1, 2012. If you are quaified - and interested check out this opportunity. Page 6C.

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‘AROUND THE CITY OF CHOICE’ National Night Out was a great success!

Mayor Joy Cooper HALLANDALE BEACH - National Night Out was a great success! This year’s event took place at Gulfstream Park on Tuesday evening. The walking track made a perfect venue for many displays including SWAT, FL Fish and Wildlife water craft, community policing teams and our motor cycles. Around the track there were many booths including our Crime Watch, Parks Advisory Board, Relay for Life, CERT, Code Enforcement, ADT alarms Costco, Miami Herald and other vendors. The crowd was presented with a special live SWAT demonstration complete with a takedown and one of our police K9’s. There was also an emergency helicopter demonstration trackside. Kids young and old really enjoyed it. Our Police Department did an amazing job. The city is also lucky to have a wonderful group of Crime Watch and Police Volunteers. Special thanks to Gulfstream for their continued partnership and especially Aldo LaRussa, President of Crime Watch. Last week the city conducted the first meeting after summer break. During the break I had the opportunity to work with the City Attorney, Clerk and City Manager to review some ideas to streamline our agenda. This is not the first time we have reformulated the items to make the meetings move faster. Many cities place multiple business items on the consent agenda. The consent agenda typically is passed by a single motion. The City Attorney requested last year that items be placed on as resolutions. Resolution are passed on roll call votes. The concept of requiring a resolution on items was not an issue. It just added more time to our meeting and conflicted with the consent. It was agreed before break that resolution can be passed on consent without a roll call vote. Right off the bat, this would reduce the length of the meetings so long as not every item on consent was pulled. During break the City Manger discussed what she would like to put on consent. I suggested anything that was discussed before, was part of daily operations or that need approval due to spending thresholds and items that were originally approved as part of our budget. We also discussed the concept of requiring that if items were to be pulled from consent it would require now a vote of the

majority of the Commission. In the past, Commissioners would at length ask questions on consent when they had a week of time to ask questions and even have a pre-meeting with the City Manager before the meeting. This requirement was agreed to by the Commission and for the first meeting worked really well. Another change that I suggested was to move Commissioner, City Manager and City Attorney comments to the beginning of the meeting rather than the end. What has been happening since I requested that the first meeting of the month start later in the day at 1, with the public portion in the evening at 7 pm and with the second meeting starting at 6 PM; not everyone was given the respect to have their comments heard. The policy set by the Commission requires a majority vote to continue after 11 pm and a super majority to go past midnight. As a courtesy I placed in alphabetical order the Commissioners then the Vice Mayor,

myself, City Attorney and City Manager in queue to speak. Come 11 PM some Commissioners spoke and then the vote would take place. Meetings have typically been extended on a 4-1 vote. After 12 it had become an issue and comments were not finished. The new format provides for public comments and then communication from the dais. This way everyone has a chance to review their ideas and concerns without being cut off. The Commission agreed with the change and this too, worked very well. This new agenda format will still allow residents to speak at the beginning of the meetings on items not on the agenda. My policy will remain with the practice to allow for residents to speak on regular City business. Many cities do not allow this level of participation. Typically residents can only speak and ask questions during items listed as public hearings. The City has some very important meetings coming up in regard to

the budget. The city budget workshops have been scheduled for Monday, August 13 starting at 4 PM and then August 14th at 4 PM. The City has posted all the documents on the website. We encourage

all our residents to participate in this process. If you cannot attend your comments and ideas are always welcome. On August 20th the CRA board of directors will hold a board meeting from 6-8 PM.

Please feel free to contact me at anytime with your questions and concerns. I can be reached at 954-457-1318, cell/text 954-632-5700 or e-mail me at www.MayorJoyCooper.com

Aventura Community Recreation Center *New* Classes AVENTURA - Just because summer is coming to an end doesn’t mean the fun has to stop! The City of Aventura will be introducing several new classes for the fall session. Come explore your child’s world through sensory activities which include performance play and fitness fun in our Ready, Steady, Grow! early childhood course. This class is for children ages 2 – 4 and will be held Tuesday and Thursday from 9 am – 11 am. Want something more challenging? Try Rhythmic Gymnastics. This course is designed for young athletes who will perform dancelike movements combined with the use of a variety of props set to music. This class is for children ages 5 – 12 and will be held Mondays from 3:15 pm – 5:15 pm. Don’t worry, we didn’t forget about our adults! We have a variety of classes that we know you will be excited about. Try our Ballroom Basics and learn all the popular dances such as the Waltz, Foxtrot, Cha Cha, Tango and more! This class meets Wednesdays from 6 pm – 7 pm. If you’re looking for something a little more relaxing, why don’t you try our Multimedia Art Studio class. Participants will explore the world of art through a variety of mediums including clay, charcoal, watercolor and more! This class will be held on Mondays at 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm. If fitness is your thing, try the Fit for Life course offered on Wednesday and Friday from 10 am – 11 am.

No matter what your age or your ability there is always something fun to do at the Aventura Community Recreation Center! For more information please contact the Aventura Community Recreation Center located at 3375 NE 188th Street or call 305-466-3883.

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City of Hollywood Neighborhoods Celebrate 29th Annual National Night Out and crime prevention, and work with the Hollywood Police Department to participate in their neighborhood Crime Watch and Crime Watch Mobile Patrol programs. Getting involved can be as easy as reporting suspicious activities and locking your doors to not leaving valuables inside your vehicles.

Neighborhoods, Civic and Homeowners’ Associations hosted block parties to encourage residents to get to know their neighbors and partner with the Hollywood Police Department to help keep their communities safe.

uled block parties throughout the city to speak with residents about crime prevention. Although National Night Out is officially held just once a year, it is important for residents to educate themselves on safety

By Chadwick Wagner, Police Chief HOLLYWOOD Neighborhoods throughout Hollywood joined communities across the nation to give crime a going away party during the 29th Annual National Night Out on Tuesday, August 7. Neighborhoods, Civic and Homeowners’ Associations hosted block parties to encourage residents to get to know their neighbors and partner with the Hollywood Police Department to help keep their communities safe. For National Night Out,

neighbors organized gatherings ranging from small barbeque cookouts with a few neighbors to parties held at recreational and community centers with lots of food and activities for children and adults. Residents also met members of Crime Watch and the Crime Watch Mobile Patrol, Hollywood Police Chief Chadwick Wagner, members of the Hollywood Police Command Staff, Hollywood Police Officers, City Officials and Crime Prevention Specialists. Each year, Hollywood Police Department staff stops at the sched-

National Night Out is designed to: • Encourage neighbors and associations to host a party and celebrate National Night Out with the City of Hollywood. • Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness • Generate support for, and participation in, local anticrime programs • Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships

• Send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back. Since 1984, the first Tuesday in August of each year has been designated as National Night Out. NNO has proven to

be an effective, inexpensive and enjoyable program to promote neighborhood spirit and police/community partnerships in the fight for a safer nation. It is estimated that 30 million people participate in National Night Out each year.


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major cities never last. In smaller communities, where the voter turnout is low, that may get by, but sooner or later everything catches up. I have said over and over again that I would never make a good politician. First of all, it would be tough for me to promise things to residents that I have no way of delivering. That is what is wrong with politics these days. I would never, ever try and sway a vote on false promises. I wasn’t raised that way. There is a fine line that every voter needs to understand. If your favorite candidate tells you that he/she can change things, before you even cast that first ballot, check it out and see if this person carries weight with those they have to convince. If not, you are actually wasting a vote. Don’t ever vote with your emotions. You could end up hurting yourself and the city in which you live in. The person who came up with “action speaks louder than words” may have not been around too many politicians. As I looked at the sample ballot mailed to me over the past month, I began to go down and look at each race. As I read the

There is a fine line that every voter needs to understand. If your favorite candidate tells you that he/she can change things, before you even cast that first ballot, check it out and see if this person carries weight with those they have to convince. If not, you are actually wasting a vote. Don’t ever vote with your emotions. You could end up hurting yourself and the city in which you live in. offices that I knew about, I looked at names. I was surprised! Maybe you are not aware of what those politicians you put into office are doing with your vote, but it wouldn’t hurt to check out the people you send to Washington and Tallahassee. I think you’ll be stunned at how many are NOT doing what they were voted to do. I’m not surprised, and have a sneaky feeling that you aren’t either. If you are bothered by too many things to vote for on the ballot, leave them blank. Don’t you dare give someone a vote based on the fact that you want to get out of the polling place fast. Unfortunately, that is how many of these unqualified and overmatched politicians get into office in the first place. Really!

who are running on fluff. Again, there are too many candidates who are not willing to let the facts speak to the voters. GETTING NASTY What nobody looks forward to is a nasty election. An election that is surrounded by false accusations, sensationalism and a knack of trying to win over voters on what the other person can’t do. What ever happened to the politician that stood up and let the facts speak for themselves? Are those days of running on what you’ve accomplished a thing of the past? “I don’t get caught up in listening to many of the politicians tell me what they are going to do to make my life better,” said Ronnie Klein of Hollywood. “I want my elected offi-

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cial to work hard for the betterment of the city. Nothing more. Nothing outrageous. Just work hard to make sure we get what’s in the best interest of everyone.” On the eve of the primary election, what it all signals is that September will soon be here – and that will bring to light the countdown toward November, when everything will start to take shape across the country. While we all know what the race for President will be like, it’s the local elections that all of us have the opportunity to change. If you don’t vote, complaining will never do you any good, In small cities, your vote counts more than you would ever know. We will have indepth coverage of all our local politicians

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Each week for 21 years, Paul Snow and volunteers such as former Vice Mayor Bill Julian pick-up and sort through foods bought and donated. They are then distributed to families around Hallandale Beach and surrounding communities.

Food From Page 1A –––––––––––––––––––– ed is becoming tougher. The very recession that has gripped this country for the better part of a decade now, has hit home to those who depend on getting some assistance. Snow, who grew up in Massachusetts and owned a number of restaurants had plenty of knowledge how to structure profit businesses. But admits that it was tough to operate and organize a business that had no administrative costs and was run 100 percent by volunteers. "We have done this because it is the right thing to do," Snow said. "Nobody should go hungry. That is why we are the longest running food bank in Broward County. It is all about feeding people." Even though some of the food is donated, which volunteers such as Bill Julian and Joe Kessel - routinely pick up items such as 1,000 pounds of fruits and vegetables (Gordon's Foods in Miami) and breads and pastries (Panera Bread of Hallandale Beach), there are cut-rate costs in bringing in items such as meats, poultry and fish. In addition to the donations that are made from the community and private citizens, the Hallandale Beach Post Office (7,500 pounds) and Julian's School Food Drive (6,000 pounds) provide up to four weeks of food that the Hallandale Food Bank, Inc. doesn't have to

purchase. "We make the runs for perishable and non-persishable items twice a week from Feeding South Florida," Snow said. "They give it to us for a great price, so we can give the families something good to eat." From hamburgers and steaks to chicken, the items are all fresh and never outdated. Snow insists that anything that has an expiration date on it, will not be used. "We want to feed people and not get them sick," he said. "Our fruits, vegetables and meats are all products that are never frozen more than once." Located on the donated property of the Hallandale United Methodist Haitian Mission, the Hallandale Food Bank, Inc. has use of three freezers and a large refrigerator as well as space to store non-perishable items. "The people at this church are so good to us and the cause," Snow said. "Without their generous support, and of course, the City of Hallandale Beach, many would be going hungry each week." Every Thursday, different groups are selected to pick up their items. The groups rotate, coming once every four weeks to pick up their supply. Even though 75 percent of those who are registered in the program are from Hallandale Beach, although they welcome those groups and people who need assistance. When those in the program come to the

Church, they receive a "full" brown bag of canned soups, fruits, vegetables, rice, pasta and tomato sauce - in addition to breads and sweets, a bag of produce and meats, which very few pantries offer. "We tried to total up each bag and look at how much each would cost if had to be purchased," Snow pointed out. "Without the meat items, which vary in price, it was like $80 per box of food."

In addition to Snow, Julian and Kessel, other volunteers who step up every week include Gerald Eddex, Debra Eddex, Nalda Rowy, Diane Akers, Diane Youngblood, Felicia Houston, Paul Lewis, Snookie Ulery, Dorothy Burton, May McCullough, Ann Serano, Christine Rodriguez, Mary Veras, Jack Desseau and Patsor Luc Desseaux. Interested in donating food items? Call Paul Snow at 954-455-0615.

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Latin singer Christian Castro brings all his platinum hits to Hard Rock Live By Eleanor Hannan Castro began his singing career in 1992 with the release of his first album Agua Nueva. After participating in various telenovelas and recording a few albums, as a teenager, Castro began his internationalization in 1993, starting with concerts in Puerto Rico. He dedicated a song from his second album, Un Segundo En El Tiempo, entitled, “Puerto Rico” as a way of thanking the Puerto Rican public for supporting his career. The album went platinum in the United States, Puerto Rico, Venezuela and Columbia. It opened the door for the then 18-yearold for his song, Nunca Te Olvidaré, “I Will Never Forget You,” launching his career when he won “Best Song of the Year,” at the Latin Billboard Awards. He became internationally known as a teen idol and sex symbol almost immediately after he began touring. In 1994, Cristian released “El Camino Del Alma” and his album hit “Mañana,” meaning Tomorrow. He is now a beloved international artist who has sung all over the world.  Cristian Castro has sold more than ten million albums including one hundred gold and platinum discs. He has been compared to Frank Sinatra as the voice of the new generation and will bring all of his hits to Hard Rock Live on August 18, 2012 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $54 to $99, now on sale, in person only at the box office, located on State Road 7 (US 441), Hollywood. For all information, call: (954) 327 ROCK. Or: 1 (800) 937-0010. Parking is always free. BROWARD CENTER LIGHTS UP THE STAGE WITH SENSUOUS DANCES “TANGO LOVERS” (ENAMORADOS DEL TANGO): "Tango Lovers" is an exquisite show where all the passion, sensuality and strength of Tango is artistically expressed by an extraordinary group of Grammy awarded musicians, acclaimed world Tango dance champions and

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Saturday, August 11 • Hallandale Beach Winn-Dixie stores invites families to celebrate summer and what better way is there to cool off than with an afternoon celebration? The Celebrate Summer event is the perfect way to enjoy the warmest months of the year and learn fun and easy ways to entertain guests at your next BBQ. Guests will enjoy a grilling demonstration by a local chef, food sampling stations featuring gourmet meal options, wine and cheese tasting stations, live entertainment featuring music and face painting, giveaways and more. The event will take place from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Winn-Dixie Store #306 is located at 1515 East Hallandale Beach Blvd. Hallandale Beach, FL 33009.

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• Want to help shelter dogs find permanent loving homes? The Humane Society of Broward County is introducing a new program that lets you care for a dog in your home, market and

adopt out dogs. Orientation is from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. Reservations are required.  For more details or to RSVP call Linda at 954-266-6839 or lsanders@hsbroward.c om. • The Hollywood Democratic Club Meeting will be held at 7:00 PM at The Hollywood Beach Community Center, 1301 S. Ocean Dr, Hollywood. The Hollywood Democratic Club has invited "The League of Women Voters of Broward County" to make a presentation about the 2012 Ballot Amendments.  This presentation describes each Amendment in common terminology, presents what those in favor and those opposed are saying, and what a YES or NO vote means. This is your opportunity to understand the Amendments and how they may serve your best interests. For further information contact Alan Stieb: Voice: 954922-8572. E-mail: astieb@bellsouth.net. Tuesday, August 21 • The South Florida Depression Glass Club will have a “WHITE ELEPHANT (RUMMAGE) AUCTION” at 7:00 PM. Preview starts at 6:45 PM at the Hollywood Multipurpose Adult

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By Jana Soeldner Danger DELRAY BEACH Many investors who unnecessarily lose money in the market believe they have no recourse, and that money lost is gone forever. But if the broker who handled the investing acted improperly, the investor may be able to recover losses, says Brad Gucciardo, a partner at Scarlett and Gucciardo, P.A., a Delray Beach law firm that specializes in recovering losses caused by Wall Street fraud and misconduct. The securities industry requires stockbrokers to adhere to strict regulations. In handling investors’ portfolios, brokers must consider a number of investorspecific factors, such as investment objectives, risk tolerance, net worth and income. Unfortunately, too often, brokers ignore or try to circumvent the rules. “Wall Street brokers bear a greater responsibility than many people believe with respect to how they invest money entrusted to them,” Gucciardo says. “Today, it is evident that more people are being defrauded and victimized by Wall Street misconduct than ever before. Investors who believe they have been cheated should stand up for their rights and not be afraid to do something about it.” Gucciardo knows what he’s talking about.

Until 2001, he was working for the other side: He had been practicing law in New York City, defending brokerage firms and stockbrokers against claims of fraud and improper conduct. “I often represented brokers who cared nothing about their clients,” he says. “They churned accounts to generate commissions and sold inappropriate and unsuitable products to make more money for themselves. I felt I was defending criminal behavior on a daily basis, and I decided that I could do it no longer. I wanted to be able to sleep at night.” CHANGING COURSE After the tragedy of September 11, 2001, Gucciardo knew it was time to move away from representing Wall Street and become a full-time advocate for investors. So he began representing investors, seeking recovery of investment losses in claims filed against Wall Street brokerage firms and stockbrokers. In 2002, he moved to Delray Beach and in November of 2003, he and Chuck Scarlett, another securities attorney, who had been practicing for years in Boca Raton, joined forces to form Scarlett and Gucciardo. Since then, they have expanded to add two more securities attorneys. The current staff at Scarlett Gucciardo has over 40 years combined experience rep-

resenting parties in securities-related claims and can represent investors anywhere in the country. “Our clients are investors who have been victimized by unsuitable investment recommendations, unauthorized trading, failures to follow instructions, or misrepresentations or omissions of important investment-related information,” Gucciardo says. “Until they found Scarlett Gucciardo, many of the investors we represent did not realize that they had the ability to seek recovery of their losses. It is a shame that most investors feel that they are at the mercy of Wall Street; they are not.” NO HOURLY FEES Scarlett Gucciardo does not charge any upfront or hourly fees. Instead, the firm represents its clients on a contingency fee basis, and thus, earns attorneys’ fees only when the firm recovers losses for its clients. “Unless we succeed, we don’t earn anything, Gucciardo says. “Therefore, we focus on taking cases that truly involve Wall Street misconduct, so our success rate is very high. Doing so enables our attorneys to limit their caseloads, which means we have the time necessary to devote to each case.” The attorneys at Scarlett Gucciardo provide free consultations in which they review in-

Scarlett & Gucciardo does not charge any upfront or hourly fees. Instead, the firm represents its clients on a contingency fee basis, and thus, earns attorneys’ fees only when the firm recovers losses for its clients. vestment activity that has resulted in market losses. Through those reviews, they determine whether losses were caused by brokerage firm or stockbroker misconduct. “We often also work closely with accountants and financial advisors who ask us to evaluate their clients’ investments that have caused substantial losses,” Gucciardo says. “If we identify misconduct, our attorneys move quickly to litigate the customers’ claims.” DISPUTES RAISED IN SECURITIES ARBITRATION Wall Street investment loss disputes most often must be raised in securities arbitration forums. The arbitration forum in which most securities disputes are filed is the

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it is cost effective for my firm to take even small claims, which if left only to court would likely never be filed.” Investors, who have unnecessarily lost money, whether the amounts involved are small or large, are entitled to an advocate to address the Wall Street misconduct, Gucciardo says. “My law firm is your guardian on Wall Street,” he adds. “Our goal is to hold stockbrokers and brokerage firms accountable for improper handling of investors’ monies.”

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HALLANDALE BEACH Quiet, gated location. Beautifully furnished. Cheerful 2/2, amenities, 55+, no pets. $1195 mo. Annual. (201) 247-3537

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3RD GULFSTREAM GARDENS APTS. 1/1.5, 55 & older, corner unit, top floor, furnished. New: Paint, tile floors, walk to Gulfstream, $800 mo. OWNER/AGENT: (954) 614-7458

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WANTED LIFEGUARDS! The City of Hallandale Beach is seeking full and part-time lifeguards to stand watch over the City’s waterfront and Municipal Swimming pool beginning Monday, Oct. 1, 2012. Hallandale Beach City Commissioners unanimously voted Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2012 to return the lifeguard operations to a City operation. The vote allows the contract with Jeff Ellis Management to expire at midnight, Sunday, Sept. 30. The decision will give the City full control over water safety on the beach and at the pool. Under the existing contract, Jeff Ellis Management was providing lifeguards only on the City’s public beaches and swimming pool. Commissioners voted to expand the City’s beach coverage to include the entire water-

City is seeking full and part-time lifeguards to stand watch over waterfront and Municipal Swimming pool front, from the northern City limit to the Miami-Dade County line. This will include the areas in front of the condominiums. The lifeguards will be in two groups; beach lifeguards will be part of the Hallandale Beach Fire Department, and municipal pool lifeguards will be part of the Parks and Recreation Department. Beach lifeguards will be United States Lifesaving Association (USLA) trained and the pool lifeguards will be American Red Cross lifesaving certified. The City is seeking a beach supervisor, aquatic supervisor, six full-time lifeguards and six part-time lifeguards for the beach, two fulltime and three part-

time lifeguards for year-round protection at the Municipal pool, and six additional parttime lifeguards for season coverage at the pool. Each applicant must pass a physical and background check as a condition of employment. “I want to have them on board by September 17th,” said Hallandale Beach Fire Chief Daniel Sullivan of the beach lifeguards. “I need time to train them.” The goal is to have all the beach lifeguards to be EMT certified. However, they will not need the certification to be hired. They will need to complete the USLA training course, which the City will provide as part of the orientation

Interested in the City Budget? You are invited on Aug. 13 Residents and property owners are invited to join Hallandale Beach City Commissioners at 4 p.m., Monday, Aug. 13, for the first half of a two-day workshop to discuss the fiscal year 2013 budget at Hallandale Beach City Hall, 400 S. Federal Highway. The workshop will resume at 4 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 14. The workshop is one of three scheduled final reviews of the budget. The City Commission will hold two public hearings at 6 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 12, and at 6 p.m., Monday, Sept. 24, for final public comments on the budget. Commissioners are expected to take vote on the first reading of the budget after the first public hearing, and hold a final vote after public comment at the Sept. 24, meeting. The City of Hallandale Beach began working on the budget shortly after the fiscal year 2012 budget was approved last September. Workshops with City Commissioners and residents were held in January, February and March to gather information for the proposed fiscal year 2013 budget. After five Town Hall Meetings to collect comments and suggestions, the City Manager compiled the proposed budget. The 700-page budget can be viewed on the City’s website, HYPERLINK "http://www.cohb.org" www.cohb.org. However, because of the size of the document, it may take several minutes to download. The City of Hallandale Beach urges residents to bring questions and participate in the meetings. The millage rate is proposed to stay at the current rate of 5.9 mills, or $5.90 per $1,000 of assessed property valuation. This is the same rate as the current fiscal year. Also, this is the Truth In Millage (TRIM) rate sent to Broward County for preliminary tax rate calculations. The millage rate can be reduced, but it cannot be increased.

process. Parks and Recreation Director Cathie Schanz, CPRE also plans to have the Municipal Swimming Pool lifeguards on staff by September 17th to ensure proper training and a smooth transition.

Applications for the positions must be submitted by next Thursday, Aug. 16. To apply for the positions or to view all City openings, please visit the City’s website, www.cohb.org, and click on the Personnel Department, or scan

this code:

The City of Hallandale Beach is an equal opportunity employer.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW Summer Celebration with a Back to School Bash • Friday, August 17, 2012. O.B. Johnson Park, 900 NW 8th Avenue. 6:00pm-8:00pm • Bring your family and friends to celebrate the summer before heading back to school. • There will be music, inflatables, children’s activities and plenty of fun for everyone. For more information call the Department of Parks and Recreation at 954 457-1452. See You Soon!


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How baking serves up a batch of skills for children, tweens and teens (ARA) - When you think of baking, your mind probably goes right to warm cookies, fruitfilled cobblers or pies and savory bread. While those are all the happy results of spending some time in the kitchen, when children, tweens and teens get involved in baking, they'll come away from the experience with a lot more than just happy taste buds. It's no secret that kids learn while they're at play, but baking is a particularly great way to make learning interactive, effective and fun. With so many positive outcomes wrapped up into one activity, teachers, parents and others responsible for helping young people learn can use baking to create hands-on experiences that relate to everything from science to managing money. Consider all of the ways that baking can apply to school subjects, everyday life skills and a richer food future: * Science - Chemistry goes hand in hand with baking. A range of results can be clearly seen when including - or leaving out

- key ingredients. Biology, agriculture and local food production become real when kids learn where ingredients like flour, butter, sugar, and leavening come from, or the physical changes that occur in a product when substituting ingredients to meet health and nutritional needs. *Math - Baking is an activity that applies sequencing, ordering, fractions, weights, measures, dimensions, temperatures, adding, subtracting, dividing and multiplying. Children can learn at all ages, from the early days when they can stack measuring cups, count out the number of ingredients that go into a recipe to more complex tasks for older kids, like working with fractions and calculating the costs, and savings of do-it-yourself (DIY) baking. * Health - As you pick out recipes and ingredients for baked goods, it's the perfect opportunity to talk about the nutritional value and function of the grains, milk, eggs, fruits, veggies, sugars, butter, leavening and salt used in baking. There's sometimes a misperception

that baking can't be healthy, but teaching kids how to divide and control portion sizes, and to bake using a wide variety of ingredients actually helps young people try new foods and ingredients. * Personal economics Learning about managing household resources is a skill that will benefit kids throughout their lives. Baking not only teaches kids how to make delicious foods for themselves, but it also includes lessons about how much it costs when others prepare food for you, how much you can save with a few DIY food skills, saving and managing money. The economics of an active lifestyle includes food skills that save money and time all while burning calories and building traditions. * Literacy - Another critical skill comes with reading ingredient lists, recipe directions and sequencing preparation steps. Combining reading with baking emphasizes comprehension, because kids apply what they're reading to an activity. If you miss a step in the instructions or don't read it

properly, it can have a dramatic effect on what you're baking. But all is not lost - this leads to evaluating the results, problem solving and critical thinking to improve the product. Baking at home was far more common, if not essential, in past generations. Many adults have lost those skills. However, research conducted in 2011 by Mintel for the Home Baking Association showed that adults still know baking brings value to life - 33 percent say they would bake from scratch, if only they knew how. Because no one's too old, or young, to learn to bake, it can be a great way for parents and kids to share a learning experience. And if you try out some of grandma's or greatgrandma's baking recipes, it can be a tradition-rich, multi-generational family affair. In the classroom or at home, there are countless opportunities for kids to gain a deeper understanding through baking. For classroom baking lessons, after-school activities, kitchen science

experiments, a complete baking glossary, resource links and more visit www.homebaking.org. On the site, you'll also find the DIY Baking Channel, where you can watch baking videos and learn how to make anything from fruit tarts and whole grain breads to pizza and Confetti Cornbread. CONFETTI CORNBREAD 1 cup white, yellow or whole grain cornmeal 1 cup all-purpose flour (may alternatively use half whole wheat/half all-purpose flour) 1 or 2 tablespoons sugar, optional 2 1/2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 large egg 1 cup low-fat milk or skim milk 3 tablespoons melted butter or vegetable oil 1 cup shredded Cheddar cheese or reduced fat cheese 1/3 cup chopped green onions 1/3 cup chopped green, red and/or yellow peppers 1. Preheat oven to 425

degrees F. 2. Grease bottom and sides of 9-inch square or round baking pan. 3. Combine cornmeal, flour, sugar (optional), baking powder and salt in medium mixing bowl. 4. In separate small mixing bowl, beat egg with fork or whisk. Add milk and melted butter, beating well. 5. Add egg mixture to dry ingredients; mix only until dry ingredients are moistened and combined. 6. Stir in cheese, onions and peppers. Do not over mix, the batter will not be smooth. Pour batter into greased pan. 7. Bake 25 to 30 minutes until golden brown and wooden pick inserted in center comes out clean. Option: Pour batter into greased muffin cups. Bake 18 to 20 minutes. Makes 12 muffins. Excerpted from "Baking with Friends," the 2012 Purple Dragonfly Award-winning children's cookbook, by Sharon Davis and Charlene Patton. The book has also received the Benjamin Franklin IBPA and Kansas Notable Book awards.

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