Happy 65th Birthday Dr. Bruce Boros

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Happy 65th Birthday Dr. Bruce Boros
October 2, 2014 - October 8, 2014 l Vol. 10 No 40
October 2 - October 8, 2014 • www.conchcolor.com
Happy 65th Birthday
Dr. Bruce Boros
Photo by Kristen Livengood
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Party’
Photo by Pete Arnow
Matt Hollis Hulsey and Michael
Ingram were on the host committee
of the Key West Business Guild’s
fund-raising “one might party” held
with a Gatsby theme at the historic
Steamplant. Most of the
capacity crowd came in period
costume.
‘Bling Your Bra’ Honors Breast Cancer
Survivors
First State Bank of the Florida
Keys is supporting the Myrna E.
Sawyer and Key of the Gulf ’s fourth
annual “Bling Your Bra” event
honoring breast cancer survivors at 3
p.m. Sunday at 328 Truman Ave.
Participants need only a bra
to decorate and a $15 suggested
donation. Decorations are provided,
along with photo booth fun, raffle
prizes, refreshments and survivors’
stories.
First State Bank main branch manager Michelle Gil, left, with Shelly Castillo, a 16-year breast
cancer survivor; Aaron Castillo, and Mia Castillo.
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ML For Queen Holds Date Auction at Aqua
Photo by Pete Arnow
Gardens Hotel
owner Kate
Miano was the
high bidder to
win a date with
U.S. Rep. Joe
Garcia at
ML for Queen’s
date auction
held at the Aqua
nightclub.
Don’t be intimidated when
it comes to your auto body
accident repairs!
Choosing a repair shop is in
your hands!
FKCC Unites Scholarship Recipients, Donors
Fred Johnson, scholarship chairman of the Hemingway Look Alike Society,
with Emily Kovacs and Tiara Perry, FKCC scholarship recipients.
Florida Keys Community
College’s foundation hosted a
scholarship social last Thursday
evening at the Tennessee Williams
Theatre.
The event brought together
dozens of scholarship recipients
with the individuals who support
and fund the awards. The FKCC
Foundation, which cultivates funds
through private donors, community
organizations and public agencies,
wlll distribute about $150,000 in
scholarships this year. A cross-section of students
shared personal stories about the
life-changing opportunities that the
scholarships have provided them.
Headlines Salon Celebrates 25 Years in Key West
Photo by Pete Arnow
Nancy and
Darrell, center,
and their staff
at Headlines
Hair Designs at
Duval Square,
celebrated their
25 anniversary
of being in
business in
Key West. They treated
customers to a
special lunch at
the New York
Pasta Garden.
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TORIAL
In Key West, Kindness Is Everywhere
I have been in the market for
a bicycle. Usually, I will ride my
husband’s three-wheeler (I found it
at a yard sale five years ago) beside
Summer, our 7-year-old daughter. Or
lately, I have been running beside her
while she pedals along; poor Summer
rides snail-slow when this happens.
Last week, we browsed the shelves
of the local bike shops and Kmart
looking for a suitable choice for my
new wheels, but none sang to me.
Over the weekend, Travis and I
had the pleasure of taking photos
and attending the Love Fund Ball at
the Westin. (See pictures of the event
inside this issue.) And, the lockerroom-speech local entrepreneur,
writer, and former president of the
Philadelphia 76ers, Pat Croce, gave
was one of the best guest-speaker
speeches I’ve ever heard.
While looking through the
lavish donations from Key West’s
best shops and hotels to the Love
Fund’s extravagant silent auction,
there it was, the most beautiful pink
bike with a roomy white basket
(my camera fit in it perfectly), the
daintiest little bell and big comfy
looking seat. The silent auction
was about to close and I quickly
contemplated the buy. I sat on the
seat, perfect fit. I wrote my name on
the list and kept a wary eye on my
bid.
As I have written before, Key
West is one of the most generous
cities in the world. Each week there
is a fund-raiser, benefit, charity, or
kids event. And each week there is
a silent auction, raffle, free food and
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drinks -- and it is all donated by the
people in this amazing and giving
community.
Around the same silent auction
table, a couple of Key West’s most
generous people watched over a
couple of their own bids, so I thought.
At last, the bids closed. I was the
proud new owner of a beautiful pink
beach cruiser donated by Key West
Bike Shop to the Love Fund Ball. I
was so happy with my new purchase,
not only because I really, really liked
the bike, but also because now the
money I was spending on the bike
was going to a great local cause. I took
the bike for a quick spin down the
Westin’s hallway ringing the bell, then
sent Travis out to our car to grab our
checkbook.
When he returned, I pranced
over to the table to pay for my new
bike and two other things on which
I had bid. I was told $20. Umm, that
needs another zero and make the two
a three. Nope, someone has already
paid for the bike for you. You just owe
$20 for the other two items. WHAT!
I knew who it was as I ran over, and
the kind-hearted parties pleaded the
fifth. I am very thankful for their
generosity.
Summer and I spent the weekend
exploring the island, and she was
happy to go much faster than snailpace. Now, it’s our time to pay it
forward.
Stay colorful, Key West.
-- Kristen Livengood
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Clyde for King Holds ‘Christmas
Evening’
Photo by Pete Arnow
Join Us!
Saturday, Nov. 1 | 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
for our monthly Saturday seminar
and learn more about the versatility of cinnamon!
Clyde for King, right, is joined by supporters at his “Christmas Evening in
September” fund-raising party, complete with a trolley tour that started from
Bobby’s Monkey Bar
Auditions for Fringe Theater Comedy
The Fringe Theater of Key West
will hold open auditions for the
Noel Coward play “Private Lives”
from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday and 3 to
6 Sunday at the rectory of St Paul’s
Church, 401 Duval St.
The production will run from
Feb. 20 to March 8. Monnie King is
directing, and Steven Chambers is
the assistant director. The show requires three women
(Sibyl, age 20-30; Amanda, 45-55,
and Louise, 25-60) and two men
(Elyot, 40-60, and Victor, 30-50).
Auditioning actors will read from
sides. To obtain copies of the play,
request an alternate audition time or
ask a question regarding auditions,
call King at 954-829-9587.
H.V. Haskins and Derek Gay celebrated
their 15-year anniversary on Sept. 28.
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Bottle Cap Lounge Hosts
Key West Preschool Co-Op for Happy Hour
Photos by Kristen Livengood
Melissa Zielinski, Megan Schoepf and Ruby Manchester.
Moms Michelle Anderson and Christine Barrows.
Pam Sellers, Christie Martin, Ron Saunders, Wayne Garcia and Cathy Crane.twere supporting the Co-Op.
Leah Borski and Christy Bryant.
Julia, Lubos and Emi, Daniela, Marlie, Pops and Nana. Pops and Nana, who were visiting from out of town,
loved having babies at the fund-raiser.
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Joe Weed for King Shows ‘Rocky
Horror Picture Show’
Photo by Pete Arnow
www.ZontaKeyWest.com
Joe Weed, candidate for Fantasy Fest king, treated his followers to a special
showing of the “Rocky Horror Picture Show” at the newly reopened Viva
Zapata, 903 Duval St.
Keys Lineworkers to Make TV Debut
A crew of four Keys Energy
Services lineworkers was followed
recently by a television crew filming
footage for a new series profiling
men and women who do challenging
jobs in unique circumstances. The
series is set to air in winter 2015.
Television
producer Steve
Dorst, left,
films KEYS’
lineworkers Joey
Diaz, Manny
Estevez, Albert
Fernandez and
Paul Sanchez
as they repair
electrical facilities
on transmission
line poles in the
Gulf of Mexico.
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The crew followed lineworkers
Joey Diaz, Manny Estevez, Albert
Fernandez and Paul Sanchez for
two days and captured footage of
their work on energized electrical
equipment as well as over the water
on transmission poles.
Television
producer Steve
Dorst, bottom
right, films KEYS’
lineworkers Joey
Diaz, Manny
Estevez, Albert
Fernandez and
Paul Sanchez
as they repair
electrical facilities
on transmission
line poles in the
Gulf of Mexico.t
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Working to Keep Schools Safe
Key West Police chief Donie
Lee invited Monroe County
School District and Florida Keys
Community College officials, school
resource officers and others to attend
a threat-assessment meeting hosted
by the Office of Juvenile Justice and
Delinquency Prevention and the
International Association of Chiefs
of Police.
The group convened at the
Emergency Operations Center at
the Key West Police Department last
week. Experts gave advice on how
to predict and prevent threatening
behavior in schools.
King and Queen Candidates Lead
Red Shirt Run
Photo by Pete Arnow
Candidates
for Fantasy
Fest king and
queen lead
entrants at
the start of
the 5K Red
Shirt Run
on Saturday
morning at
the White
Street Pier.
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Paul Cotton Band at Schooner Wharf
3428 N. Roosevelt Boulevard
www.KeyWestOrthopedics.com
Paul Cotton will bring his country rock performances to the Schooner
Wharf stage from 7 p.m. to mdnight Friday and Saturday.
. His shows include music from Cotton’s 40 years as POCO’s lead
guitarist, singer and composer. His hits include “Heart of the Night” and
“Crazy Love.” The band is composed of local musicians Joel Nelson, Russ
Scavelli, Din Allen and Greg Shanle on percussion.
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PAUL COTTON BAND
7 p.m.—Midnight
SAT.
MICHAEL McCLOUD & FRIENDS
10:00 am -3:00 pm
PAUL COTTON BAND
7 p.m.—Midnight
SUN.
MICHAEL McCLOUD & FRIENDS
Noon—5:00 p.m.
GEORGE VICTORY & MARTY
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TIM HOLLOHAN 7:00- 11:00 p.m.
AQUA
Wednesdays:
Bobby Nesbit, 5:30-7:30 Friday: Dave Bootle, 4:30 -7:30 Every Night:
Aquanettes perform ‘Reality is a
Drag’, 9pm
Friday and Saturday
Aquanettes, 9 & 11pm
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My Old Lady (PG-13)
Fri - Thu: (2:00), 4:20, 6:35, 8:45
The Disappearance of Eleanor
Rigby: Them (R) Digital Presentation
Fri - Thu: (1:30), 6:10
The Drop (R) Digital Presentation
Fri - Thu: (4:00), 8:25
The Skeleton Twins (R) Digital
Presentation
Fri - Thu: (4:15), 8:55
Guardians of the Galaxy 3D (PG-13)
Digital Presentation
Fri - Thu: (1:45), 6:30
Yves Saint Laurent (R) Digital
Presentation
Fri - Thu: (3:50), 8:35
Love Is Strange (R) Digital
Presentation
Fri - Thu: (2:15), 6:25
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Thursday, October 2
Key West Garden Club - Educational
Lecture Series: Care & Feeding of
Orchids, 1:30 PM. West Martello Tower,
1100 Atlantic Blvd., Key West. 294-3210.
keywestgardenclub.com
Paradise Quilters Meeting, 6:30 PM
Dallas McDonald Senior Center, 380
Key Deer Blvd, Big Pine 745-4202.
paradisequilters.org
Friday, October 3
KT Timberlake Tiaras, 6 PM. Frangipani
Gallery, 1102 Duval St. 296-0440.
frangipanigallery.com. Handmade tiaras
to benefit Aids Help.
Upper Duval Art Stroll, 6 PM
Special art exhibitions & receptions at
galleries and shops along Upper Duval
from United to Truman. Including KT
Timberlake Tiaras at Frangipani Gallery,
Durf Moonlighting Opening at Cork &
Stogie, SoDu Gallery, Cocco & Salem,
Island Arts, Key West Pottery, Millionaire
Gallery & Dog Tired Studios.
Prevue Opening & Reception, 6 PM
Lucky Street Gallery, 540 Greene St. 6195105. luckystreetgallery.com. A glimpse
of the upcoming season & new artists.
Elton John Tribute Concert, 7 PM
San Carlos Theater, 516 Duval St. 4074558. Kingshane.com. Larry Blackburn’s
60th Birthday Bash & benefit for AIDS
Help.
New! Key West Outdoor Movies – Free, 8
PM. Bayview Park, Corner of Jose Marti
& Truman Ave. keywestoutdoormovies.
com. The newest Key West Outdoor
Movies Series shown on a blow up screen
& top of the line 3D projector. All films
G & PG.
Fridays
Salsa & Salsa Rueda Too, 7 PM
Paradise Health & Fitness Dance Studio,
1706 N. Roosevelt Blvd. 294-6348.
Saturday, October 4
Paradise Quilters Workshop, 10 AM
Dallas McDonald Senior Center, 380
Key Deer Blvd, Big Pine 745-4202.
paradisequilters.org
ReMARCable Pumpkin Patch, 11 AM
1401 Seminary St. 294-9526. marchouse.
org. All money raised benefits the
Monroe Association for ReMARCable
Citizens.
Saturday & Sunday, October 4 & 5
Auditions – Fringe Theater of Key West
for Private Lives, 2 PM. St. Paul’s Church,
Rear entrance. Bahama Lane. 954-8299587. fringetheaterkeywest.org. By Noel
Coward. To obtain copies of the play &
questions call or visit website. Sunday at
3 PM.
Sunday, October 5
Locals Free Sunday at the Key West
Botanical Garden, 10 AM. Key
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West Tropical Forest & Botanical
Garden. 5210 College Rd. 296-1504.
keywestbotanicalgarden.org
Key West Poetry Guild Meeting, 7 PM
Blue Heaven Restaurant, 729 Thomas
St. – upstairs. 293-0902. Reading by J.M.
Varela. Open to all interested in poetry.
Sundays
Ballroom & Latin Dance Evening, 7 PM
Dance Factory, 906C Kennedy Dr. 3048184. dancefactorykeywest.com
Tuesday, October 7. Paradise Quilters Open Quilting, 1 PM. Dallas McDonald
Senior Center, 380 Key Deer Blvd, Big
Pine 745-4202. paradisequilters.org
Tuesdays
Aqua Idol, 6:30 PM. Aqua Nightclub, 711
Duval St. 294-0555. aquakeywest.com.
Vote your favorite King & Queen for
Fantasy Fest.
Wednesday, October 8
Key West Plein Air Painters, 9:30 AM
For information & scheduling follow us
on Facebook or contact Susan O’Neill at
[email protected]
Key West High School Choir Concert, 7
PM. Auditorium, 2100 Flagler Ave.
Over a hundred students performing.
Votes for Notes 4th Annual Lower Keys
for Habitat for Humanity, 6 PM
Mangrove Mama’s Restaurant & Bar,
Sugarloaf Key, Bayside. Part 2 – music
competition benefiting Habitat for
Humanity.
Wednesdays-Sundays
In the Cabaret & Jazz in the Gardens,
5 PM. The Gardens Hotel, 526 Angela
St. 294-2661. gardenshotel.com. Local
entertainers include: John Benson, Jimmy
Olson, Michael Robinson, Karen Heins &
William Johnson.
Nightly
Jazz at Tavern N’ Town, 5 PM
Marriot Beachside, 3841 N. Roosevelt
Blvd. 296-8100. Local entertainers include:
Carmen Rodriguez, Michael Thomas,
Mike Emerson & Rob DiStasi.
ONGOING
ARTIST EXHIBITS
-Edmund B. Papp, The Sea Siren
Exhibition, Daily, 10 AM, Tropic Cinema,
416 Eaton St. 877-761-3456. tropiccinema.
com
-Suzie DePoo, The Art of Hand Printing
Exhibit, Daily, 10 AM, The Custom House
Museum, 281 Front St. 295-6616. kwahs.
org
- The Great Labor Day Hurricane
of 1935 Photography Exhibit,
THURSDAYs-SUNDAYs, 10 AM, Keys
History & Discovery Center, Islander
Resort, Islamorada, MM 82. 922-2237.
keysdiscovery.com
-Florida Keys or Bust! A History of
Tourism Exhibit & Will Fernandez,
Whims Exhibit, DAILY, 9:30 AM, The
Custom House
Museum, 281 Front
St. 295-6616. kwahs.org
-Black, White & Read Exhibit, Daily,
9 AM-5 PM, Arts Council, The Gato
Building, 1100 Simonton St. 305-2954369. keysarts.com. Tennessee Williams
Key West Exhibit, Daily, 10 AM, 513
Truman Ave, behind the KW Visitor
Center, 294-3121. twkw.org
October 2 - October 8, 2014 • www.conchcolor.com
H
TROPICAL BEATS SERIES I
Moonlight Treasures
Classical Music in
Unusual Places
Sunday, October 12
6:30pm $85
Crystal Room at La Te Da, 1125 Duval St.
ost Christopher Rounds kicks off
the Symphony’s season in high
style at La Te Da’s new Crystal Room,
outside breezeway and deck. Imagine
being surrounded by the beautiful art
of Perry Frantzman while listening to
sensuous music performed by the Blue
Door String Quartet. But wait, it doesn’t
stop there! More senses are going to be
tanatlized! Delicious hors d’oeuvres,
desserts and special libations are
included in this magical evening.
PROGRAM
Dohnányi: Serenade for String Trio
in C Major, Op 10
Beethoven: String Trio in C minor,
Op 9 No. 3
Whitney LaGrange, violin
Mario Goto, viola
Arthur Cook, cello
Visit us online at southfloridasymphony.org or call us at 954-522-8445
“Sponsored in part by the Florida
Keys Council of the Arts, State of
Florida, Department of State,
Division of Cultural Affairs, the
Florida Council on Arts and
Culture, and private donations.”
Bank Celebrates Fall Semester at
FKCC
Remembering Regina and
Charlie Robinson
By Bob Russell
In July, two of our favorite locals,
husband and wife, died only 17 days
apart. Charlie and Regina Robinson
were both well-known guests at
local restaurants.
Charlie, who died on
July 11, was also a wellknown businessman. He
was best known from Mel
and Charlie’s Amoco and
Car Wash, The Bicycle
Center and Keys Moped and
Scooter on Truman Avenue
across from CVS with the
huge American flag he was
so proud to display.
Regina, who died on July
28, had moved to the Keys
in 1985, where she became
an avid fisher-woman and
patron of the Sugarloaf
Lodge. She loved playing
bingo at Miccosukee.
A wonderful server at
the lodge and the former
Raimondo’s Italian
Restaurant in Cudjoe, she
was an awesome cook and
loved entertaining family
and friends.
True friends to everyone who
knew them, they are both sorely
missed and loved.
First State Bank of the Florida
Keys supported Florida Keys
Community College’s observance of
the fall semester at the college’s Key
West campus.
The event featured educational
expos, a barbecue and vendors.
The bank had a booth at the
event with free giveaways for the
students and faculty and three gift
card prizes.
First State Bank’s Lauren Mongelli and Yeleini Valle present two of the prizes to local FKCC
students.
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Howard Livingston Rocks Sunset at Galleon Resort
Photos by Kristen Livengood
ML for Fantasy Fest Queen held a well-attended AIDS Help fund-raiser at sunset
Livingston is living on Key West time.
Cyndy Livingston with sister Cheryl Wyatt.
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Luann, John and Lisa.
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The Local Best Kept Secret
Camille’s
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You Asked For It!
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Thursday & Friday only 6-10 PM
The Cates family and friends enjoy listening to Livingston.
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Farewell to Terry Luzius
Photos by Nancy McCardell
Terry Luzius, right, general manager of Latitudes Restaurant, and his partner Chris
at Luzius’ going-away party.
Victor Sovolcik and Luzius.
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Tom Payne, director of food and beverage, and Luzius.
Cake from Key West Cakes
Luzius and Victor Sovolcik.
Terry, Tom and Diane
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The Westin and Sunset Key Crew
Diane Schmidt, General Manager and Justin Earle, Resort Manager
Terry receiving his gift
Terry Luzius and Sandra Stilts
Terry
Luzius and
Carmen
Rodriguez
Terrys gift
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Sandy Stilts, Terry Luzius, Tom Payne and Diane Schmidt
Sandra Stilts and Terry Luzius are all smiles
Left, Ruby Devault, Accounts Payable, Janine Fulton, and Kate Lansdown, Controller
Janine Fulton, HR Director and Terry Luzius
Jane Cardwell, Human Resources and Beata Emmer, Executive Housekeeper
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Birchard Ohlinger are this week’s Key
West nonprofit and volunteer of the
week.
Each week, the Community
Foundation of the Florida Keys
chooses a nonprofit and volunteer
of the week for an award sponsored
by Island 107.1 FM, Conch Color,
the Community Foundation of the
Florida Keys, Danger Charters and
Spotless Dry Cleaners.
Anchors Aweigh, operating
for more than 30 years, provides
meetings of various 12-step
recovery programs for education,
rehabilitation and social activities for
residents of the Lower Keys.
Ohlinger has served as the
group’s treasurer, interim club
manager and search committee
member, and has helped at fundraisers
Shane for King Holds Red Party at
Woman’s Club
Photo by Pete Arnow
Flu Vaccinations Encouraged
Talia Fernandez receives a
flu vaccination from nurse
Steve Mason at the Florida
Department of Health in
Monroe County on Friday.
With the onset of flu season,
the health department has
adopted the “vaccine before
Halloween” message as part
of the statewide campaign
to encourage everyone ages
6 months and up to get
vaccinated against flu as early
as possible. Pregnant women,
in particular, are encouraged
to get vaccinated as they are
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Shane for
King held
a red-attire
party at the
Key West
Woman’s
Club. He
welcomed
Shirley
Freeman to
the event.
Toys for Sydney’s Hope Project
Donna Nelson, owner of
Imagination Station toy store,
donated hundreds of toys, games,
puzzles and stuffed animals
to Sydney’s Hope Project, an
organization that enhances the
lives of pediatric oncology patients
through socially and emotionally
uplifting
one-on-one
experiences,
games,
activities
and events.
The project
was founded
by Sydney
Hamilton,
also shown
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here, a junior at Key West High
School, and has recently joined with
the Cancer Foundation of the Florida
Keys. The donated items will be
distributed at the Miami Children’s
Hospital oncology ward by Hamilton
and other volunteers.
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A Tribute to the Cutter Ingham
Photos by Mark Allen
Built in 1936, the Coast Guard
cutter Ingham was launched at the
Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, In the
early years, it operated out of Seattle,
patrolling the Bering Sea. In 1940,
it was assigned to the Neutrality
Patrol in the Atlantic. In 1941, it
performed 31 convoys in the
North Atlantic and sank U-Boat
626, later performing convoys to
the Mediterranean and Africa.
In 1944, the Ingham was
reassigned to the Pacific and
served as a command ship in
the 7th Fleet. After World War II, it
later served in Vietnam, earning two
Presidential Unit Citations.
In 1985, the Ingham became
the oldest active-duty and
most decorated Naval vessel
serving the United States. It was
decommissioned in 1988 after 52
year of service.
The ship is open Monday through
Saturday until 4 p.m. in the Truman
Annex waterfront at the foot of
Southard Street.
Frits Zivic,
Administration
& Special
Events
Alex Appel,
Doorman
Kip Edwards, Bartender
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Jack Bridges Hosts Meet and Greet
at NY Pasta Garden
Photos by Kristen Livengood
Tommy Mack, Jack Bridges, and Deb Buenger.
Nancy and Jeff Lichty and Deb Buenger.
Sebrina Alfonzo, Jack Bridges and Jacqueline Lorber.
Morgan McPherson, Mark and Terri Rossi, and Jack Bridges.
Jack Bridges shakes Doug Mayberry’s hand.
Barry Gibson, Jack Bridges, Peter Batty Jr., Jessica Simms, and Nick Batty.
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Deb Buenger, Gilda Fernandez and Jack Bridges.
Valerie Lockwood, Jack Bridges and Rissa Lockwood.
Joseph Cabria Farris, William Lee Jones, Aaron Huntsman and Max Watson.
Doug Mayberry and Susan Kent.
Tommy Mack, Jack Bridges and Randy Acevedo.
Tim Gratz and Danny Coll.
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Sally Johnson
and Robin
Robinson join
friends at the
event.
Heath
Finley, Robin
Robinson,
JB and Jody
Draves.
Gilda Fernandez and Sheldon Davidson.
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An Unforgettable Day to Remember
By Chris Belland
It amazes me to think that this past
Saturday was the 30th Annual Day To
Remember. The first time we did this,
I brought my second oldest child who
was then 7. Today, he has two children, 7 and 12. My, how time flies!
For those of you not familiar with
A Day To Remember, it was started
by our company, Old Town Trolley, in
1994, as an idea of one of our CAST
members, Laura Butler. The idea was
that many of our seniors who have
lived in Key West and have known one
another their whole lives are now separated in convalescent homes, nursing
homes and retirement centers.
Friends they grew up with and
knew as kids simply do not get to see
one another that much anymore. We
thought it would be a glorious idea to
have this one event every year, at which
they have an opportunity to see one
another and be honored and entertained as the builders of our city. It is
something our company is proud of,
even more so because we have managed to do it through good times and
bad for 30 years.
We took lots of pictures and I do
not know if they will be included in
this edition of Conch Color, but I hope
so. Just in case, let me at least tell you a
little about the day.
First of all, as we have been for
several years, we were hosted by the
Doubletree Grand Key Resort through
the help of manager Michael Knowles.
Thanks, Mike. We were able to reinstitute the tradition of the Red Shawl
Ladies of years ago by recruiting three
teachers from Poinciana Elementary
School, Dawn Albury, Vickie Curry
and Kim Wiedner. Boy Scout Troops
573 and 578 served a Cuban Conch
lunch of pulled pork, black beans, yellow rice and plantains while we were
entertained by the Blessed Community
Choral Group.
It was good to see
the leaders of tomorrow
serving the leaders of
yesterday. George Fernandez was there with the
butterflies from the Key
West Butterfly and Nature
Conservatory. Duane
Scott (a.k.a. Bongo), an
island-looking steel drum
player who I didn’t learn
until that very day is from
Connecticut, played island
music while the famous
Smegdley, who retired
from performing at the
sunset celebration but
came out for this event,
flitted around making
balloon hearts, hats and
all manner of animals and birds to the
delight of the audience.
A big part of the day is always the
contests for oldest man (Raphael),
oldest woman (Edith), person with
the most children, grandchildren and
great-grandchildren (not suprisingly,
Edith again) and the person whose
birthday it was or closest to the date (a
Mrs. Henderson.)
The event was roundly attended
by our city leaders, including mayor
Cates and commissioners Rossi,
Wardlow, Yaniz and Lopez, who were
invited to lead the crowd in singing
“Happy Birthday” to Mrs. Henderson.
We even had Bookie Henriquez, his
wife Judy and the new assistant city
manager, Greg Veliz.
As in several years past, Howard
Livingston performed his sing-along
songs from John Denver and old favorites like “She’ll Be Coming Round
the Mountain.” Everybody joined
in a jam session, including “Bongo”
(the steel drummer from Connecticut), Clayton Lopez and several other
members of the Blessed Community
Choir. They sent everybody home on a
high toe-tapping note. Howard asked
the audience, “How many of you woke
up on an island today?” Of course,
everyone raised their hands, which
inspired the island’s troubadour to
sing his signature song, “I’m Living on
Island Time,” as everyone joined in.
The day was dedicated to Isabelle
Thornton, our perennial Red Shawl
Lady who died this past year, and Marina Mosher, the wife of our partner,
Moe Mosher. We were all reminded
that while we are here for only a short
time, the important thing is the mark
we leave behind. I asked the audience
if they had a good time and if they will
come back next year.
Everyone raised their hand.
We
will
be
closed
September
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See You
in October
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9th Annual Love Fund Ball
Photos by Kristen Livengood
Love Fund Ball directors: Sgt. Areaka Jewell, Denise Richardson, officer Steve Torrence, Angie Yanes, Emily Sipe, officer
Danyle Gray, detective Tiffini Peters and officer Donny Barrios.
at the
Westin
FWC Lt. Josh Peters with his wife, detective
Tiffini Peters, Love Fund board member.
Love Fund vice president Donny Barrios and wife Tiffany.
Officer Michael Pettee and fiancé Emily Sipe, Love Fund volunteer.
Lisa Abreu; officer Tom Clark; Denise Richardson, a Love Fund board member and wife of officer Curtiss
Richardson; Justin Payton; Onelia Diaz; Lazaro Diaz; Gabriela Abreu; officer Dave Kouri; officer Curtiss
Richardson, and detective Janeth Del Cid.
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Angie Yanes, Love Fund volunteer, and husband Frank.
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Areaka Jewell, Love Fund’s president, and secretary Danyle
Gray. The Key West Police Department’s Love Fund Ball
recognizes the men and women who serve their community
every day.
“Who is this pumped-up, goateed man with a positive attitude.” Pat Croce discusses community involvement during his speech.
Liza Catana.
State Attorney Investigator John Hernandez and officer Steve Torrence, Love Fund Treasurer.
Mayor Craig Cates with the Catana family.
Commissioner Tony Yaniz presents Pat Croce with a bottle of rum
“You can never do something too soon, as it might be too late.” - Pat Croce, on an important
phone call he made.
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Stephen Hammond, Chief Donny Lee, Jeannie McGuire, Jonathon Beyers and
Tracy McClellan. Lee said the professionalism and integrity of
the KWPD has remained intact even with the adversity it has come through.
Cathy Crane, Sheriff Rick Ramsey, Michelle Maxwell, Jon Crane, Lissette
Zuelch, Michelle Licause and Greg Sullivan.
Ani Madruga, Doria Goodrich and Cheryl Cates.
Scott Natale and Keys Federal’s Scott ‘Ski.
The Westin’s Lourdes Torbisco and Raquel Crummitt.
Scott Natale and Keys Federal’s Scott ‘Ski.
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Laura Marzano with Sgt. Eric Biskup, who has been battling
cancer and has been helped tremendously with Love
Funds.
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These two are incognito. Does anyone know who they are?
Jeff and Nikki Williamson, and Chanda and R.J. Johnston.
Billy and Megan Vasquez
Officer Matt Johnson, officer Kuniko Keohane and Mike Brockner.
Tanya Barrios, Michelle Maxwell, Michelle Licause, Greg Sullivan and Dennis Ryan.
Carla Litrenta and Bonnie Helms.
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Officers Steve Torrence and Donnie Barrios.
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The color guard with Jackie Gray and June Keith.
Travis Livengood, officer Kuniko Keohane, Timonthy Anson and Mike and
Kelly Anson.
William, Fernando, Geraldo and Evaristo.
Janean Collins and Vianka Paez.
Pepe and Maribel Paez, DJ Tony Oliva, Yvonne and DJ Juan Carlos Torrado.
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Sgt. Jay Fisher and Riella Sims with John Hernandez.
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Officer Jesse Hammers.
Officer Donny Barrios takes Kristen Livengood’s new bike
for a spin around the party.
Justin Payton and detective Janeth Del Cid, Donny Barrios
and Kristen Livengood’s new bike.
Julie Brandenburg and Briana Castillo.
Officer Brian Leahy, officer Billy Vazquez, detective Mark Siracuse, and
officer Donny Barrios breaking it down on the dance floor.
Left:
Bonnie Helms
and Richard
Fowler.
Right:
Julie Ambos
of Studio
Julie donated
her time to
the event to
photograph
the officers.
She’s with
officer KA and
Tonya Parks in
the photo
booth.
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A group of Love Fund supporters.
Left:
Jeremey Tellier and
Mallory Brogli.
Right:
Greg Sullivan, Scott
‘Ski and Jonathan
Crane.
Above:
Officer Jonathan
and Cathy Crane.
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Red Dress Gala at Woman’s Club
Supports AIDS Help
Photos by Kristen Livengood
Sam Trophia, Dave Gonzales, Vicky Furman, Tara Hemphill and Shane Hall.
Shane Hall joins Brian Morgan and Cathy Thorpe.
Mike Benner and Lori Rouse.
Joy Rodriguez and singer Jody Rae Campbell.
King Stephen Sunday and Queen Diane May with Woman’s Club member Joy Rodriguez
Mark Warmouth, dressed as the red
mermaid, with Shane Hall.
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Janine Siebert and Stephen Ferguson
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John Smith and Sandra Duffey.
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deserving girls who have given service to their school and demonstrated Conch PRIDE.
Principal Amber Bosco was honored to present the girls with the traditional red rose given to
those nominated for the Homecoming Court.
evening’s Spirit Night. The Homecoming Game is Fri., Oct. 31st at 7:00 p.m.
The school realizes this is Halloween, but scheduling did not allow for any
leeway in the date of our final game. KWHS will provide treats at the entry
way for youngsters that come in costume.
Key West High School 2014 Homecoming Court Announced
Key West Homecoming festivities will begin Oct. 27 with the traditional
parade that will return to its original route of starting in front of KWHS
at 6:00 p.m., heading north to Kennedy Drive ending at Tommy Roberts
Memorial Stadium. There, the skits will take place on the field during the
Key West High School is pleased to announce the 2014 Homecoming Court. Elena Guzman,
Krystal Killen, Kianna Woods, Kaila Snow, Olivia Kennedy, and Lindsey Free. These six young
ladies were selected by their senior classmates from a nomination list that included 27 very

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