Monthly Archives: January 2017

AME celebrates sweet hearts

AME fourth-grader Ryann Price enjoys time with her older brother at the traditional Father-Daughter Dance, honoring the men in the lives of AME students. Islander Photo: Nick Leduc

Fathers and men important in the lives of Anna Maria Elementary students mingle while the girls take the dance floor Feb. 12 at the Father/Daughter Dance in the school auditorium, 4700 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach.


AME fifth-grader Ella Bisio and her father, Rick Bisio, match smiles at the pre-Valentine’s Day dance at the school.


AME third-grader Samara Dunn and Richard Kimpton display their affection Feb. 12 at the school dance. Islander Photos: Nick Leduc


Sparkles from a mirrored disco ball reflect on dancing Anna Maria Elementary students at the Feb. 12 Father/Daughter Dance in the school auditorium, 4700 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach. Islander Photos: Nick Leduc

The Islander Classifieds: Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013


FILE CABINET: FOUR-drawer, $25. 941-778-4793.

NEW WINDOW: VINYL, single-hung, opaque, 24×36-inch. Rating H-R60, $100. 908-914-1182.

WINDSHIELD COVER AND four tire covers for class C motor home, new, $70. 941-932-5595.

ANNA MARIA ISLAND pine needle baskets with shell centers, priced from $20-$40. Call 941-778-8330.

SIX-PIECE CRYSTAL salad bowl set, $25, large wool blanket with horse pattern, $35. Call 941-737-9173.

COMPUTER: DELL, DUAL 1.5 GHz, refurbished, $75. 941-756-6728.

CHAIR: RECLINER, UPHOLSTERED, $100. 941-778-4793.

MARY KAY COSMETICS: Full line at discounted prices. Jenifer, 941-224-1760, 941-739-0792.

ANTIQUE COPPER POTS and bowls, collection $350. Burl-wood rocker, oak office chairs, collectibles. View at The Islander store, 5404 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach.

FOR SALE: One legal and one letter-size regular 2 drawer files. Various office supplies. Also selling antique wood office chairs, Haitian art, collectible art, some framed. Many local artists. Home decor. 5404 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach.

AERIAL PHOTOS of Anna Maria Island. View and purchase online:


Individuals may place one free ad with up to three items, each priced $100 or less, 15 words or less. FREE, one week, must be submitted online. Email, fax toll-free 1-866-362-9821. (limited time offer)


GLORIA DEI LUTHERAN Church: All are welcome to come and worship with us! Please call 941-778-1813 or visit us at: for worship times. 6608 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach.

THE HIVE: GIFTS and arts. Locally handmade and imported silver jewelry, Buddha art, artifacts, artistic T-shirts, cards, hot sauces, South African handmade arts, specialty candies, more. 119 B Bridge St., Bradenton Beach.

HAITI $$$ DONATIONS to the Ministry of Presence Inc.,, urgently needed for local representatives to aid homeless children. Info: The Islander, 941-778-7978.

TERRY HAYES, REALTOR. Premier Sothebys. 941-302-3100.

WANTED: YOUR OLD cell phone for recycling. Deliver to The Islander, 5404 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach.

MANATEE SAFETY SIGNS exclusively for boaters. Available at the Islander, 5404 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. 941-778-7978.

FISHING GEAR WANTED: The Privateers and The Islander are collecting new or used, repairable fishing poles and reels, nets, tackle, buckets, etc. to give to children. Donate your gear at The Islander newspaper office, 5404 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach.

FREE GUN LOCK courtesy of Project Childsafe, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Holmes Beach Police Department. Pick up at The Islander office, 5404 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Don’t be sorry, be safe.

SEEKING FEMALE DANCE partner for year-round resident. Ballroom, et-al, age 55 and up. 229-444-4243.


ROSER THRIFT SHOP: Open 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. 9 a.m.-noon Saturday. Donation drop-off  9 a.m.-11 a.m. Wednesday. 511 Pine Ave. Anna Maria, 941-779-2733.

NEW LOCATION: STEFF’S Stuff Antiques has moved to The Centre Shops on Longboat Key. 5380 Gulf of Mexico Drive, Unit 101. 941-383-1901.

LONGBOAT KEY’S BIGGEST and best! Royal Rummage Sale VI. Friday, March 1, Noon-4 p.m., $5 admission, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturday, March 2, free admission. St. Mary, Star of the Sea, 4280 Gulf of Mexico Drive.

CORTEZ PARK ANNUAL yard sale: 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 22-23. 12507 Cortez Road W. (next to Cortez Bridge).

PINES TRAILER PARK street sale: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 23-24. Homemade pies, sloppy Joes, wonderful luncheon specials. End of Bridge Street, Bradenton Beach.

ANNUAL FLEA MARKET: 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23. Appliances, large and small, furniture, clothing, sporting equipment, jewelry, bikes, plants, shells, organ, electric bed, dining table and chair set, nearly new front-load laundry pair. Lunch available. Largest ever! Palma Sola Harbour condos, 9400 Cortez Road W., Bradenton. Information, 941-792-3475.

MULTI-FAMILY SALE: 8 a.m. Friday and Saturday February 22-23. Housewares, linens, jewelry, fishing gear, furniture and more. 2100 block of Avenue B, Bradenton Beach.

MULTI-FAMILY YARD sale: 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23. Bicycle, tools, children’s items, household, clothing, miscellaneous. 403 72nd St., Holmes Beach.


LOST: PRESCRIPTION EYEGLASSES Jan. 20, Bridge Street festival. Brown frames in brown cloth sack. Call 765-491-9530, if found.

FOUND: BRACELET IN the community center area, near Magnolia, Anna Maria. 616-304-4187.

FOUND: BRACELET, SILVER, charm, near Gloria Dei Church. Claim at The Islander office, 5404 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach.

REWARD FOR LOST bicycle: Yellow, decorated Schwinn bike, very special. Call 610-246-7472.


PARENTS NEEDED for loving homes to foster puppies and kittens until they are old enough for adoption. All food and medical provided. Julie, 941-720-1411.

WELL-MANNERED RESCUED dogs (and kittens!) are looking for great new homes or fosters. Please, call for information, 941-896-6701.


2007 PONTIAC G-6 coupe: Immaculate Florida car, senior owned, 59,000. Great Island car or drive it north and sell for profit. $10,700. 941-224-4914.


BIMINI BAY SAILING: Small sailboat rentals and instruction. Day. Week. Month. Sunfish, Laser, Windrider 17 and Precision 15. Call Brian at 941-685-1400.

WAVES BOAT CLUB membership, paid in full through February, 2015. Great opportunity to enjoy boating without the hassle of ownership and without an initiation fee. Call 321-427-4646.

PONTOON BOAT RENTAL: See Anna Maria Island by water! Phone, 941-518-3868.

2005 23-FOOT Beachcat, Yamaha F115. Fiberglass pontoon-style hull. Designed for saltwater, coastal use. Bimini with full enclosures. Great for family, fishing, cruising. Stepdown storage in console. $13,500. 941-527-8012.

POWER NOLES CUSTOM 11.5-foot fiberglass tunnel hull with bass seats. Very stable! Great for fishing-stand on the side without tipping, go in really shallow waters. Very fun boat for anyone who wants to get on the water!
 2001 25-hp Mercury 2-stroke, plus a trolling motor with battery. Must see! $2,150 obo. Call Toni, 941-928-8735.


TORTILLA BAY IS hiring motivated team players for all kitchen positions and cashiers. Experience required. 5318 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Please come in for an application.

SALES ASSOCIATE: MOTIVATED, experienced real estate licensee for busy Island office. Please call Jesse or Robin at 941-778-7244.


LOCAL ISLAND STUDENT babysitter available. CPR and first aid-certified, early childhood development major. Emily, 941-567-9276.

RED CROSS-CERTIFIED babysitter and dog sitter. Reasonable rates for both. Call 941-527-5051.

BABIES, PETS AND plants: Responsible, trustworthy, reliable, fun 17-year-old college student. Own transportation. 941-447-9658.

NICOLE AND HALLIE’S babysitting, pet sitting and pet walking. Red Cross certified, good with animals. Hallie, 941-773-6317, Nicole, 941-370-7981.

KIDS FOR HIRE ads are FREE for up to three weeks for Island youths under 16 looking for work. Ads must be placed in person at The Islander office, 5404 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach.


CAREGIVER FOR ELDERLY: Full care, references, 30 years experience. Call between 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. 941-545-7114.


TOASTED COMPUTER SERVICES. Your home and business specialist. On-site service, virus/spyware, cleanup, system setup, upgrades, diagnosis and repair, internet/wireless networking, custom system design. 941-224-1069.

I DON’T CUT corners, I clean corners. Professional, friendly cleaning  service since 1999. 941-779-6638. Leave message.

ISLANDER HANDYMAN SERVICE: 23-year Island resident, references. The Flying Dutchman LLC. We do all repair, interior and exterior, carpentry and more. Peter, 941-447-6747.

CLEANING BY LAURA offers everything on your list from kitchen and bath cleaning to dusting and emptying wastebaskets. 941-539-6891.

U FLY I drive your car anywhere in the USA. Airport runs, anywhere. 941-746-5651, 941-545-6688.

KEY CLEANERS & LINEN has expanded our services. We now offer residential cleaning. Family owned for 24 years on Longboat Key. Quality and service, now in your home. 941-383-1222.

ALL AROUND PAINTING: Quality work. Free estimates. Licensed, insured. Call native islander Jim Weaver, 813-727-1959.

ISLAND COMPUTER GUY, 37 years experience. On-site PC repairs, upgrades, buying assistance and training. Call Bill, 941-778-2535.

AMI COMPUTER: COMPUTER problems solved at your home or office. Wireless networking, virus removal. 941-301-4726.

ATTENTION ABSENTEE HOMEOWNERS: D and T Home Watch, LLC. Bonded and insured. “Looking after your property like it was our own.” Serving Manatee and Sarasota counties. Call 941-840-0227 or visit

INTRODUCTORY OFFER!  BUY one, get one free music lesson. or 941-741-8832.

COMPUTER SERVICES: I can fix it. Virus cleanup, system upgrade. Hardware, software and network repair. FBI virus cleaned and removed. Cell phone repair, support. Replace broken camera, screen, etc. Give islander Socko a call: 941-799-1169.

BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS JD’s Window Cleaning looking for storefront jobs in Holmes Beach. I make dirty windows sparkling clean. 941-920-3840.

ISLAND MERMAIDS CLEANING and Co.: 36 years of happy customers. Organizing, laundry, ironing, pet-watch, storm-check, etc. Rentals our specialty. 941-778-3046.

BEACH SERVICE air conditioning, heat, refrigeration. Commercial and residential service, repair and/or replacement. Serving Manatee County and the Island since 1987. For dependable, honest and personalized service, call William Eller, 941-795-7411. CAC184228.

ANYONE CAN TAKE a picture. A professional creates a portrait. I want to be at your wedding! 941-778-2711.

RELAXING MASSAGE IN the convenience of your home or hotel. Massage by Nadia, more than 19 years on Anna Maria Island. Call today for an appointment, 941-518-8301. MA#0017550.MA#0017550.


CONNIE’S LANDSCAPING INC. Residential and commercial. Full-service lawn maintenance, landscaping, cleanups, hauling and more! Insured. 941-778-5294.

ISLAND LAWN SPRINKLERS repairs and installations, watering the island for 15 years. Jeff, 941-778-2581.

JR’S LANDSCAPING AND MAINTENANCE Lawns, native plants, mulching, trimming, hauling, cleanups. Island resident 25 years. Call 941-807-1015.


STRAIGHT SHOT LANDSCAPE. Specializing in old Florida seashell driveways and scapes. Free estimates. Call Shark Mark, 941-301-6067.

SHELL DELIVERED AND spread. $45/yard. Hauling all kinds of gravel, mulch, top soil with free estimates. Call Larry at 941-795-7775, “shell phone” 941-720-0770.

NATURE’S DESIGN LANDSCAPING. Design and installation. Tropical landscape specialist. Residential and commercial. 30 years experience. 941-729-9381, 941-448-6336.

TOP NOTCH LAWN Care: Residential and commercial. For all your landscaping needs. 941-932-6600.


VAN-GO PAINTING residential/commercial, interior/exterior, pressure cleaning, wallpaper. Island references. Bill, 941-795-5100.

TILE -TILE -TILE. All variations of ceramic tile supplied and installed. Quality workmanship, prompt, reliable, many Island references. Call Neil, 941-726-3077.

CUSTOM REMODELING EXPERT. All phases of carpentry, repairs and painting. Insured. Meticulous, clean, sober and prompt. Paul Beauregard, 941-730-7479.

GRIFFIN’S HOME IMPROVEMENTS Inc. Handyman, fine woodwork, countertops, cabinets and shutters. Insured and licensed, 941-748-4711.

JERRY’S HOME REPAIR: Carpentry, handyman, light hauling, pressure washing. Jack of all trades. Call 941-778-6170 or 941-447-2198.

SOUTHBAY HOME REPAIRS: If it’s broken, stuck, loose, leaks, needs paint, etc. I’ll fix it. Affordable quality work. 941-720-2906.

THE FLYING DUTCHMAN LLC: Professional tile roof restoration. Call Peter for free estimate. 23-year Island resident, references, insured. 941-447-6747.

SOUTHWEST HOME IMPROVEMENT: Michigan builder, 30 years experience. Affordable, timely, within budget. Call Mike, 1-616-204-8822.

METRO DOOR & SUPPLY, INC.: Home, condo, office. Primary doors and glass inserts, custom prep/cut downs, sliding doors, windows, doors for commercial properties, fiberglass, aluminum, steel, vinyl. Installation available. Free estimates. 941-726-2280 or 941-722-7507.

CORTEZ CONCRETE AND Masonry: No job too small. Patios, driveways, stucco, etc. Sills repaired. 716-361-0010.


WEEKLY/MONTHLY/ANNUAL rentals: wide variety, changes daily. SunCoast Real Estate, 941-779-0202, or 1-800-732-6434.

1BR/1BA GROUND FLOOR, Gulf to bay condo, heated pool, fishing pier. Over 55. $1,600/month, $1,100/month annual. 813-393-6002.

CUTE VACATION EFFICIENCY: Screened porch, near boat ramp, many other area amenities, cable, WiFi. 941-779-6638.

ANNUAL RENTAL: 3BR/2BA home on canal with pool, $2,200/month. Call Sato Real Estate Inc., 941-778-7200 or email:

PANORAMIC GULFFRONT: 3BR/2BA, huge deck, every room overlooks Gulf. Available January 2014. North Shore Drive, Anna Maria. 813-920-5595.

ANNUAL RENTAL PERICO Island: 2BR/2BA 1,250 sf, new tile throughout, office/den, pool access, exercise room, carport, and small storage.  $1,100/month. Small pet OK.  First, last, security. Water and cable included.  Gulf-Bay Realty, 941-778-7244.

WATERFRONT SEASONAL RENTAL for winter, 2013-14. 3BR/2.5BA home at the end of a canal. Amazing view of Bimini Bay and Key Royale Bridge. Beautiful home with enclosed pool, large covered porch, two-car garage. Fully furnished. $4,750/month. Available November-May. 863-660-8366.

ANNUAL RENTAL: CANAL home, 3BR/3BA, caged pool, kitchen appliances, one-car garage, unfurnished. Available Feb. 1. $1,995/month. 863-660-8366.

ANNUAL WANTED: 1 or 2 bedroom on Island.  Moving from Massachusetts in mid-March. Male (32), Female (25) with five-pound Chihuahua. Excellent credit, references. Call, text 978-804-0190 or email

WOULD LIKE TO rent small garage to store classic car. Please, call 941-799-9096.

TURNKEY FURNISHED RENTAL: 1BR/1BA 1.3 miles to Island via Cortez Bridge. Elevated duplex, spacious. $1,050/month. Desire annual rental, will consider short term. 941-761-2725.

WEEKLY VACATION RENTAL: 2BR/2BA townhouse, pool and boat slip, $800/week. Realtor, 941-356-1456. Real Estate Mart.

LAKEFRONT CONDO: 2BR/2BA. Three-month minimum. $2,700/month plus resort tax. Annual renter: $1,600/month. Over 55 community, no smokers, no pets. Included: water, HD cable, 46-inch Sony HDTV, Internet, phone, washer and dryer. Light, bright home in a quiet area, with double carport. Turnkey, ground-floor condo with beautiful lake view. Association has heated pool, exercise room, tennis and shuffleboard courts, and a waterfront park on beautiful Sarasota Bay. Only six minutes to the beach. Call 941-794-5011.

OFFICE: RETAIL PROFESSIONAL space. 8811 Cortez Road, near Dive Adventures. 1,300 sf. Call 1-800-952-1206.

SEASONAL OR WEEKLY cottage-style rentals. 1BR/1BA or 1BR/1BA with loft with pool. Walk to beach, shops or dining! 941-778-3426. Web site:


DIRECT GULFFRONT: 146 feet on the beach. 3BR/4.5BA, office recreation room, spa, pool, outdoor kitchen and theater, elevator, turnkey furnished. $3,750,000. Suncoast Real Estate, 941-779-0202 or 941-720-0288.

DIRECT GULFFRONT CONDO: Bradenton Beach. Excellent investment rental income. $289,000. By owner, 941-962-8220.

WE’RE LOW, LISTINGS needed. Are you curious as to how much your home could be worth? Call us for a free professional consultation. Call Lynn at Edgewater Real Estate, 941-778-8104.

LOT: 135-FOOT frontage, partial view Palma Sola Bay. Last one, desirable area, underground services. 941-792-8826.

2BR/2BA 2005 JACOBSEN home with share. Patio and deck, possible boat slip. Furnished. Active 55-plus community, beach and bay access. Call 267-266-1101.

PARADISE: 2BR/2BA IN 55-plus community, turnkey, Ellenton. Rent space includes 20-plus amenities. Pet friendly, five heated pools, marina. Two miles to I-75, 15 miles to Gulf! $23,500. Bob, 941-721-4890.

BAYSHORE GARDENS HOUSE: Updated 4BR/2BA, community pool and marina. $89,900. Realtor, 941-356-1456. Real Estate Mart.

TRAILER FOR SALE: Move-in condition, 1BR, Bridge Street. Reduced, $39,000. Boat dock, $60/year on Intracoastal, furnished, land lease, $410/month. 941-896-5528.

FOR SALE! HOLIDAY Cove RV Resort Big Rig, 1,517 sf. Deeded waterfront site #32 with slip 6B. One of the best-priced waterfront RV sites available! Asking $159,900 or best offer! 352-428-9215.

GULF-TO-BAY condo: 3BR/2BA, dock, pool, spectacular waterfront. Asking $440,000. 1407 Gulf Drive S. #201, Bradenton Beach. By owner, 941-650-3069.

HALF OF GROUND-floor duplex: 2BR/2BA, 6-foot privacy fence in rear, $206,000. 941-447-2116.

OPEN HOUSE: 1-3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23. 1BR/1BA condo $35,750. Burgundy 2, Fifth Street West, off Cortez Road. Signs. Suzanne, Coastal Properties Realty, 941-794-1515.

2BR/1BA ISLAND COTTAGE! Owner financing. 503 Bayview Drive, Holmes Beach. $305,000. Call 941-778-7980.

VILLAGE GREEN VILLA: Beautiful 2BR/2BA two-car garage. Heated pool, putting green, low condo fee. $159,000. Denise Langlois, Coldwell Banker, 941-725-4425.


Fishing – 02-13-2013

Winter anglers should target sheepshead, black drum


Sheepshead are beginning to make a good showing around docks, rocks and reefs in the surrounding waters of Anna Maria Island.

These fish are still pre-spawn, so expect to catch a lot of small males as well as some oversized females. From my experience in the past week, there are a lot of fish in the 2- to 3-pound range and fish up to 6 pounds are found every so often in the mix.

When fishing the reefs, live shrimp is a great way to fill the box. I like to break the tail off of the shrimp and insert a circle hook through the meat and out through the top of the shell. A properly-sized egg sinker resting just above the eye of the circle hook completes the rig. Some of you know this as a “knocker rig.”

When fishing the local piers for sheepies, you may want to try shrimp, but have some other bait ready if the shrimp doesn’t work. Live fiddler crabs and live sand fleas are popular among pier fishers looking to hook up some sheepies. First, the pinfish don’t seem to nibble these baits off the hook like they do shrimp. Second, either of these baits are hard for a sheepshead to pass up.

Finally, the best bait for sheepies, whether fishing piers or reefs, is a tubeworm, also called plumed worms. These worms live within drinking straw-sized tubes that poke out of the sand near the low-tide line.

Finding these worms can be tough, and there’s definitely a learning curve when it comes to digging them up and storing them for later use. With this said, a little determination can lead to a bountiful reward when using tubeworms for sheepshead bait.

Capt. Rick Gross of Fishy Business charters is working reefs and rocks in Tampa Bay for sheepshead. Gross is marking structure on his depth finder, then dropping a jig to mark the spot while he anchors the boat. By dropping fresh-cut live shrimp to the bottom, Gross’ clients are reeling up sheepshead to 4 pounds. As a bonus, Gross is catching keeper-size flounder in the same areas.

Moving to the grass flats, Gross is targeting redfish and catch-and-release snook. For both species, Gross is castnetting shiners for bait. With shiners running small, Gross suggests scaling down hook size and adding a popping cork. The cork keeps your bait out of the grass, and aids in casting small baits. Gross says he likes to use a Paradise popper rigged with 20-pound fluorocarbon tied to a No. 4 Owner mosquito hook.

Jamie Foster at the Sunshine Skyway Bridge South Fishing Pier is seeing a variety of action occurring just outside the doors of the bait shop.

To start, pier fishers using live shrimp are catching sheepshead and flounder around the pier structure. For the sheepies, fresh-cut live shrimp on a small stout hook is suggested. Add enough weight to the line to keep the bait next to the pilings and start fishing.

For flounder, a whole live shrimp fished on the bottom with either a hook and weight or a jighead works.

Pier fishers using silver spoons or Gotcha plugs are still catching Spanish mackerel and bonito toward the far end of the pier. You can simply stand on the pier and wait for the schools of either species to swim by feeding on bait, and quickly cast to the outskirts of the school to start plucking out your catch.

Capt. Warren Girle is working Sarasota Bay for a number of species. He’s drifting in search of pompano, using small, yellow bullet-head jigs tipped with shrimp, and his clients are reeling up keeper-size fish.

Along with pompano, expect to catch Spanish mackerel, bluefish, ladyfish, trout and, if you’re lucky, a stray permit or two.

Moving north, Girle is targeting redfish around the mangrove shorelines at Long Bar in Sarasota Bay. Girle warns that you’ll need stealth to sneak up on them. For bait, Girle is using cut-bait or shrimp. Average size of the reds this past week was 24-28 inches.

Steve Oldham at Island Discount Tackle says it’s a good time of year to walk the beach just after sunrise in search of pompano. Arm yourself with a light spinning outfit and a pompano jig, and you’re in business. Simply walk the beach, plugging the jig until you locate the bite. Expect to also find bluefish, small mackerel and ladyfish.

Sheepshead are next on the list. Whether you’re fishing the piers or fishing structure from a boat, you can bet on catching some tasty convict fish. When fishing the piers, you may want to be somewhat strategic in your approach. Live fiddler crabs or sand fleas are a great offering but, if you’re really determined, you can’t go wrong with tubeworms. As labor intensive as this bait is to harvest, it’s worth it. Tubeworms are like candy to sheepshead.

Lastly, flounder are being caught along the island shorelines. Berkley Gulp shrimp on a red jighead is the ticket to catch some flat fish. Whether along the beaches on the Gulf side or in the canals on the bayside, flounder catches up to 20 inches are being reported.

Jim Malfese at the Rod & Reel Pier says the sheepshead bite is happening. “We had a few days this week when they bit really well,” says Malfese.

Pier fishers using live shrimp are taking home dinner, while those willing to gather fiddlers or sand fleas are cashing in with sheepshead up to 2 pounds.

While targeting sheepshead, pier fishers are reeling up another black-and-white striped fish, the black drum. Black drum feed on the same baits as sheepies and commonly inhabit the same areas. Drum up to 5 pounds are being caught daily.

Finally, pier fishers using Berkley Gulp shrimp on a jighead at the R&R are reeling up respectable-sized flounder. Fish up to 18 inches are being caught by slowly dragging a jig along the sandy bottom next to the pier.

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Island real estate transactions – 02-13-2013

4804 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, a 2,175 sfla / 2,990 sfur 6bed/4½bath/2car pool home built in 2012 on a 50×90 lot was sold 01/18/13, 4804 Gulf LLC to Golino for $700,000; list $749,000.

208 67th St., Holmes Beach, a 1,443 sfla / 1,503 sfur 3bed/2bath pool home built in 1959 on a 75×105 lot was sold 01/23/13, Scholl to Lanpher for $550,000; list $598,000.

8316 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach, a 1,440 sfla / 2,024 sfur 2bed/2bath pool home built 1959 on a 80×114 lot was sold 01/24/13, Upshaw to Hearst for $405,000; list $439,000.

2810 Avenue C, Holmes Beach, a vacant 50×100 lot was sold 01/23/13, Cote to Engel for $142,000.

Jesse Brisson, broker/associate at Gulf-Bay Realty of Anna Maria, can be reached at 941-778-7244.

Calendar – 02-13-2013

Wednesday, Feb. 13

Today is Ash Wednesday.

11:30 a.m. — Off Stage Ladies of the Island Players meeting, BeachHouse Restaurant, 200 Gulf Drive N., Bradenton Beach. Fee applies. Information: 941-799-2181.

        2 p.m. — Friends of the Island Library lecture and travel series presents mystery novelist H. Terrell Griffin, Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information:  941-778-34217.


Thursday, Feb. 14

Today is Valentine’s Day.

5 p.m. — The Islander Promise Day sunset commitment celebration and dinner, Manatee Public Beach/Anna Maria Island Beach Cafe, 4000 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach. Fee applies. Information: 941-778-7978.

8-11 p.m. — Big Band/Sweetheart Dance presented by the Kiwanis Club of Anna Maria Island to benefit the Anna Maria Island Community Center at the center, 407 Magnolia Ave., Anna Maria. Fee applies. Information: 941-778-1908.


Friday, Feb. 15

6:22 p.m. — Official sunset time.


Saturday, Feb. 16

8:30 a.m. — Kiwanis Club of Anna Maria Island breakfast and meeting with Ana Guillermo of H2U, Anna Maria Island Beach Cafe, Manatee Public Beach, 4000 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-1383.

10 a.m. — The Island Gallery West, 5368 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, hosts a free demonstration, Shirley Dean, “Acrylic Painting Techniques.” Information: 941-778-6648.


Sunday, Feb. 17

4 p.m. — Concert at Roser Memorial Community Church, 512 Pine Ave., Anna Maria, featuring pianist Bob Milne, with a reception after the concert. Information: 941-778-0414.

7 p.m. — CrossPointe Fellowship, 8605 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, hosts the Redeemed gospel quartet. Information: 941-778-0719.


Monday, Feb. 18

Today is President’s Day.


Tuesday, Feb. 19

Noon — Rotary Club of Anna Maria Island lunch and meeting, BeachHouse Restaurant, 200 Gulf Drive N., Bradenton Beach. Information: 941-794-8044.

2 p.m. — New York Times bestselling author Echo Heron of Cortez lectures at the Island Library, 5701 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6341.

6:30 p.m. — Vitamin Seas Health Food Store, 3228 E. Bay Drive, Holmes Beach, hosts health and wellness coach Alec Grae talking about spicing up life with food. Information: 941-778-5015.


Wednesday, Feb. 20

10 a.m.-5 p.m. — Arts and crafts show to benefit the Anna Maria Island Butterfly Park, Coquina Beach, Bradenton Beach. Information: 352-344-0657.

Noon – Anna Maria Garden Club meeting, Roser Memorial Community Church, 512 Pine Ave., Anna Maria. Information: 941-778-2607.

6 p.m. — Arts and crafts for tweens at the Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6341.




Thursday, Feb. 14

9:30 a.m. — Longboat Island Chapel, 6200 Gulf of Mexico Drive, hosts a heart and health seminar. Information: 941-383-6491.

5:30 p.m. — “A Valentine’s Broadway Romance,” Golden Apple Celebrity Theatre, 25 N. Pineapple Ave., Sarasota. Fee applies. Information: 941-366-5604.

6 p.m. — Longboat Key Kiwanis Foundation Valentine’s Ball, Longboat Key Club’s Harbourside Ballroom on Longboat Key. Fee applies. Information: 941-706-1983.


Saturday, Feb. 16

10 a.m.-6 p.m. — Cortez Commercial Fishing Festival with food, arts and crafts, adventure activities, lectures and music. Entrance off Cortez Road at 119th Street West. Offsite parking with shuttles available from G.T. Bray Park, 5502 33rd Ave. Drive W., Bradenton, and Coquina Beach, Bradenton Beach. Fee applies. Information: 941-722-4524.


Sunday, Feb. 17

10 a.m.-6 p.m. — Cortez Commercial Fishing Festival with food, arts and crafts, adventure activities, lectures and music. Entrance off Cortez Road at 119th Street West. Offsite parking with shuttles available from G.T. Bray Park, 5502 33rd Ave. Drive W., Bradenton, and Coquina Beach, Bradenton Beach. Fee applies. Information: 941-722-4524.

3 p.m. — Eleonora Lvov performs a concert at the Longboat Key Education Center, 5370 Gulf of Mexico Drive, Longboat Key. Information: 941-383-8811.



• Through April 28, Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium, 1600 Ken Thompson Parkway, Sarasota, hosts Sea Lions: On the Water’s Edge. Fee applies. Information: 941-388-4441.

• Wednesdays and Saturdays, 9 a.m., horseshoes pitched, Anna Maria City Hall, 10005 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria. Information: 941-708-6130.

• Wednesdays, Feb. 20 through Easter, Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 6608 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach, Holmes Beach, hosts soup suppers at 6 p.m. Information: 941-778-1813.

• Wednesdays through spring, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., the Anna Maria Island Historical Society, 402 Pine Ave., Anna Maria, sells settlers bread. Information: 941-778-0492.

• Wednesdays through March, 1-3 p.m., Anna Maria Irish Ceili dancers, Mannatee Sports Grill, 7423 Manatee Ave., Bradenton. Information: 779-1416.

• First Wednesdays, noon, Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce networking luncheon. Location varies. Fee applies. Information: 941-778-1541.

• First Wednesdays, Mana-Tween Book Club, Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information:  941-748-5555, ext. 6318.

• Second Wednesdays, 8 a.m., Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce sunrise breakfast. Location varies. Fee applies. Information: 941-778-1541.

• Fourth Wednesdays, 5 p.m., Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce business-card exchange. Location varies. Fee applies. Information: 941-778-1541.

• Thursdays, Thirsty Thursdays specials and activities, 5-7 p.m., Bridge Street, Bradenton Beach.

• Through spring, bingo games, Annie Silver Community Center, 103 23rd St., Bradenton Beach. Information: 941-778-3580.

        • Fridays, Senior Adventures, low-cost field trips from Annie Silver Community Center, 103 23rd St., Bradenton Beach. Fee may apply. Information: 941-962-8835.

• Third Fridays, 5-8 p.m., Pine Avenue Porch Party presented by local merchants, Pine Avenue, Anna Maria. Food donations requested for Roser Food Pantry. Information: 941-896-3132.

• Fourth Fridays, through March, community dinners, Annie Silver Community Center, 103 23rd St., Bradenton Beach. Information: 941-778-3580.

        • First Saturdays, 8 a.m.-noon, Manatee County Audubon open house, 9:30 a.m. Audubon Walk, Felts Audubon Preserve, 4600 24th Ave. E., Palmetto, Information: 941-729-2227.

• Third Sundays, through May, 9-11 a.m., Junior Audubon, Manatee Audubon Society, Felts Audubon Preserve, 4600 24th Ave. E., Palmetto. Information: 941-729-2227.

• Sundays, through April 10, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., the Bridge Street Market, Bridge Street, Bradenton Beach. The first Sundays include a food challenge for charity. Information: 215-906-0668.

• Mondays, 1 p.m., bridge games, Roser Memorial Community Church, 512 Pine Ave., Anna Maria. Information: 941-778-0414.

• First Mondays, 7 p.m., Florida Institute for Saltwater Heritage board meets, Fisherman’s Hall, 4515 123rd St. W., Cortez. Information: 941-254-4972.

• First Mondays, through May, 6:30 p.m., the Artists’ Guild of Anna Maria Island meets, the Episcopal Church of the Annunciation, 4408 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6694.

• Third Mondays, September through May, noon, Anna Maria Island Democratic Club lunch meeting, BeachHouse Restaurant, 200 Gulf Drive N., Bradenton Beach. Fee applies. Information: 941-779-0564.

Tuesdays, 4 p.m., Inquiring Minds religious study group meets, Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 6608 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-4579.

• Tuesdays, 12:30 p.m., Anna Maria duplicate bridge, Episcopal Church of the Annunciation, 4408 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-3390.

• Tuesdays, noon, Rotary Club of Anna Maria Island meets, BeachHouse Restaurant, 200 Gulf Drive N., Bradenton Beach. Information: 941-794-8044.


Coming up

• Feb. 22, Community dinner — spaghetti supper —Annie Silver Community Center, 103 23rd St., Bradenton Beach. Fee applies. Information: 941-778-3580.

• Feb. 23-24, Pines Trailer Park street sale and bake sale, near the Historic Bridge Street Pier in Bradenton Beach. Information: 810-955-2287

• Feb. 24, Florida Maritime Museum’s Titanic Fashion Luncheon, 4415 119th St. W., Cortez. Fee applies. Information: 941-708-6121.

        • Feb. 24, Pirates spring training games begin, McKechnie Field, 1611 Ninth St. W., Bradenton. Fee applies. Information:  941-747-3031.


Save the date

• March 1-2, Island Cityfest: A Holmes Beach Founders Day Celebration, 5801 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach.

• March 2, Friends of the Island Library Book Sale, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach.

• March 9-10, Anna Maria Island Art League Springfest juried art show, Holmes Beach city field, 5801 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach.

• March 10, Roser Memorial Community Church chapel rededication, 512 Pine Ave., Anna Maria.

• March 16, Anna Maria Island Community Center Tour of Homes, various island locations.

• March 20, Anna Maria Garden Club Penny Flower Show, Roser Memorial Community Church, 512 Pine Ave., Anna Maria.

• March 24, Anna Maria Island Concert Chorus and Orchestra concert, CrossPointe Fellowship, 8605 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach.

• March 30, Anna Maria Island Historical Society Heritage Festival, 402 Pine Ave., Anna Maria.



AME Calendar



Monday, Feb. 18, Presidents Day — no school.

Wednesday, Feb. 20, third-quarter progress reports.

Friday, Feb. 22, lockdown drill, 1:15 p.m.

Saturday, Feb. 23, PTO Winter Wonder Island event at the Anna Maria Island Community Center, 6 p.m.

Tuesday, Feb. 26, “America Sings,” second-grade play, auditorium, 7 p.m., preceded by PTO dinner provided by the Feast, 5 p.m.



Friday, March 1, Read Across America.

Monday, March 4, School Advisory Council meeting, media center, 3:15 p.m.

Monday-Friday, March 11-15, spring break — no school.

Tuesday, March 19, spring picture day.

Tuesday, March 19, PTO board meeting, conference room, 8:45 a.m.

Tuesday, March 26, Birthday Book Club, media center, 1 p.m.

Tuesday, March 26, talent show and dinner.

Friday, March 29, Good Friday — no school.

Anna Maria Elementary School, 4700 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, 941-708-5525,


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Obituaries – 02-13-2013

Fleta (Beisner) Boyd

Fleta (Beisner) Boyd, formerly of Holmes Beach and Bradenton, died Jan. 18 in Rhode Island. She was born Oct. 16, 1928, in Willisville, Ill.

She graduated from the University of Illinois with a degree in music education and taught piano for many years on Anna Maria Island. Later she received her master’s degree at the University of South Florida. She was a reading specialist in Manatee and Pinellas counties for many years prior to retirement. She was the sole surviving charter member of the Manatee Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Bradenton, which was founded in 1958 with her husband, the late Herbert F. Boyd. The Boyds were residents of Presbyterian Manor in the final years of Mr. Boyd’s life.

Mrs. Boyd also was a longstanding member of the Manatee County League of Women’s Voters and spent many years registering voters and assisting at the polls during elections.

A memorial service will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday, March 2, at the Manatee Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 322 15th St. W., Bradenton. Memorial donations to the Fellowship, 322 15th St. W., Bradenton FL 34205.

Mrs. Boyd is survived by sons, Jeffry and wife Pamela of Santa Rosa, Calif., Christopher and wife Barbara of Cocoa, Fla.; daughter Kathleen and husband Daniel Even of Warren, R.I.; grandchildren: Jennifer Snider and husband, Timothy of Fresno, Calif., Allyson Even of Warren, R.I., and Dennis of Cocoa.


Dorothy T. Zokas DeGennaro

Dorothy T. Zokas DeGennaro, 77, of Holmes Beach, and formerly of Southbury, Conn., died Jan. 29. She was born June 6, 1935, in Bridgeport, Conn., to the late Robert and Mary Ramon Lopalos.

She was a devout communicant of St. Bernard Catholic Church, Holmes Beach. She was a member of the Senior Adventurers group in Bradenton Beach and was a literacy advocate. She volunteered at Anna Maria Elementary School in Holmes Beach. She received her associate’s degree in 1974 from Mattatuck Community College in Waterbury, Conn. She was an avid homemaker and was proud of her Lithuanian heritage.

Mass was celebrated in Southbury. Memorial donations may be made to Lithuanian Catholic Religious Inc., 6425 Perry Ave., Maspeth NY 11378 or Sisters of St. Casimir, 2601 W. Marquette Road, Chicago IL 60629. To light a virtual candle or for condolences, go online at

Mrs. DeGennaro is survived by son Daniel and wife Karen Zokas of Southbury; daughters Lisa and husband Mark of Zokas-Kindy of South Carolina and Wallace and husband Charles Hamel of Barkhamstead, Conn.; grandchildren Jordan, Michael, Meghan, Arianne, Rasa and Chaz; and three nephews.


Patrick Lee Mullins

Patrick Lee Mullins, 52, of Bradenton, died Feb. 5. He was born in Tallahassee and lived in Manatee County since 1963.

Mr. Mullins grew up on Anna Maria Island and graduated from Manatee High School and the University of Florida. He earned a master’s degree at the University of South Florida. He was an employee of the Manatee County School District, teaching at Jessie P. Miller and William H. Bashaw elementary schools and, since 2004, was the media specialist at Palmetto High School. He touched the lives of countless students and fellow teachers and administrators.

He was a sergeant in the National Guard when, in 1992, he helped survivors in Dade County in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew. He played the trumpet and enjoyed jazz. He was a gardener, fisherman, boater, mechanic and automobile restorer. He was a member of the Manatee Association for Media in Education, the Manatee Education Association, the Phi Kappa Phi honor society and the Florida chapter of the Antique Outboard Motor Club.

A memorial service was held Feb. 11 at Braden River United Methodist Church, 5858 44th Ave. E., Bradenton.

Mr. Mullins is survived by his wife, Leslie Jill; sons Mason McCaffery and Miles Patrick; fathers Patrick G. and Albert J. E. Wilson; grandmother Ramona Hooton Cannon; brothers and sisters Linda Long, Bert, Gray and Nancy Graham; and numerous nieces and nephews.



Sports – 02-13-2013

Island NFL league plays on, KRC championship pared to 2


It was another great week for Anna Maria Island Community Center NFL Flag Football. LPAC Cardinals continues to lead the 8-10 division after rolling past previously undefeated Coastal Orthopedic Bears by a 47-12 score. Coastal remains in second place with a 5-2 record, but Lobstahs Browns, Miller Electric Chargers and Tyler’s Ice Cream Vikings all have four victories, so anything can happen.

Daniel Fritz set the tone for the Cardinals early in the game when he took a handoff from quarterback Sean Rodriguez and took off on a 45-yard touchdown run. It was all Cardinals from there as they rolled to an easy victory.

Rodriguez was 10 for 13 passing, including five touchdown passes to key the victory. Cole Pearson was his favorite target, catching five passes — three for touchdowns — while adding a rushing touchdown. Eli Heskin added two touchdown receptions and three flag pulls and an interception on defense. Pearson added two pulls and an interception, while William Batey finished with one flag pull in the victory.

Tuna McCracken got the Bears on the scoreboard when he hit Gavin Johnston for a 40-yard touchdown pass. Jackson Hayes added a touchdown run to complete the Bears’ scoring, while also contributing eight flag pulls and an interception on defense.

The 11-13 division continues to be led by Ross Built Dolphins at 6-0. But Lobstahs Buccaneers and Holy Cow Ice Cream aren’t going away as both are 4-1 and within striking distance.

Ross Built took on winless Mr. Bones Colts Feb. 9 and came away with a 32-19 victory. Jake Ross had a huge game, accounting for all of the Dolphins scoring, tallying five touchdowns on offense while also grabbing an interception and “taking it to the house” for another TD. Other defensive standouts were Brendan Murphy, leading the team with five flag pulls and Hannah McCracken, finishing with four flag pulls, including a quarterback sack.

Leo Tilelli paced Mr. Bones Colts with a touchdown on offense and a interception return for a touchdown on defense. Michael Latimer had a big game defensively, tallying eight flag pulls and grabbing two interceptions. Latimer also added a touchdown on offense for the Colts.

The 14-17 division is heating up with West Coast Surf Shop Buccaneers dropping from the ranks of the unbeaten and falling out of first place. Integrity Sound now sits atop the standings with a 6-1 record, but the Buccaneers are right on their heels at 5-1. Lobstahs Colts and Walter & Associates Bears follow in the standings with three wins each.

Walter & Associates Bears knocked off previously undefeated West Coast Surf Shop Buccaneers 20-19 in the 14-17 division game of the week. Quarterback Seth Walter threw two touchdown passes and Jack Walter added a touchdown pass, touchdown reception and an extra point to lead the Bears in the victory. Joey Harris had two touchdown receptions on offense, while also leading the defense with six flag pulls and an interception on defense.

Other defensive standouts were Seth Walter, who finished with four pulls and an interception, and Jake Rodgers and Jack Walter, who finished with four flag pulls each.

The Buccaneers were led by Zach Stewart, who finished with 14 completions and three touchdown passes in the loss. Austin Morrow had four catches, including two for touchdowns, while Tony Sperduto led the team with six catches, including a touchdown and an extra-point reception.

Sperduto and Stewart also paced the Buccaneer defense with four flag pulls each, while Roberto Rodriguez added a quarterback sack.


MAYSO gears up for spring soccer

The Manatee Area Youth Soccer Organization is holding two registrations for its 2013 spring soccer season. Players registration will be held 9 a.m.-noon Feb. 16 and Feb. 23 at the MAYSO clubhouse, across from the Walton Tennis Center at G.T. Bray Park, Bradenton.

Cost for the 10-game season, which runs March 23-May 11, is $110 for Under 6 and Under 8 division players and $130 for players 8 years old and up. New players to MAYSO will need to provide a copy of their birth certificate with registration.

Players will be required to participate in evaluations, which take place 6:30-7 p.m. at G. T. Bray:

• Feb. 16, Under 6 Division.

• Feb. 17, Under 8.

• Feb. 18, Under 10.

• Feb. 19, Under 12 and up.

For more information, contact Islander sportswriter Kevin Cassidy at


Key Royale golf news

Another full week of golf at Key Royale Club was highlighted by Ron Pritchard and Jon Holcomb both taking out former club champions in the semifinal round of the club championship playoffs. Pritchard defeated John Estok 2-and-1, while Holcomb edged Tim Friesen by the same margin, pitting Pritchard against Holcomb for the 2013 championship game, which will take place on the morning of Feb. 14.

In regular golf action, the women joined up with the men for a nine-hole, best-ball-of-threesome match Feb. 8. The team of Nel Bergstrom, Terry Westby and Bob Dickenson combined on a 4-under-par 28 to take first place. One shot back in second place was the team of Joyce Brown, Jerry Brown, and Ron Robinson.

Fifty-seven Key Royale Club women played a nine-hole, individual-low-net match Feb. 7 in four flights. Tootie Wagner carded a 3-under-par 29 to earn a one-shot victory in Flight A over Judy Crowe and Joy Kaiser, who finished in a tie for second place. Helen Pollack was alone in third place at even-par 32.

Kris Landkammer fired a 3-under-par 29 to edge Christina Mason and Sara Falk by one stroke for first place in Flight B. Beverly Neville and Joyce Brown tied for third place with matching 31s.

Terry Westby’s 4-under-par 28 gave her the top spot in Flight C by four shots over second-place finisher Jan Jump. Roxanne Roche and Judy Ward tied for third place at 1-over par 33.

Markie Ksiazek carded a 9-under-par 23 for the low-net round of the day and first place in Flight D. Trish Kruger had a chipin birdie on the ninth hole for a 6-under-par 26 to take second place, while Judy Hanson was another shot back in third place.

The game of the day was lowest number of putts, won by Tootie Wagner and Rita Allen with 12 putts each. Other highlights include chipins by Sandy Burrill, Pat Rice, Fran Barford, Kris Landkammer, Allen and Joanne Ozdych.

The men played an 18-hole, best-ball-of-partners match Feb. 6. Tony Niewyk and Tom Lewis combined on a 14-under-par 50 to earn first place by two shots over the team of Joe Dickinson and Gerry Taylor. Third place was shared by partners Jim Mixon and Vince Mercadante, Art Hibbs and Andy Barber, Peter Thomasson and Neil Hammer and Dan Hayes and Bob Dickinson, who all finished at 10-under-par 54.

The men played a nine-hole, best-ball-of-foursome match Feb. 3. The team of Hugh Holmes Sr., Hugh Holmes Jr., Dick Eichorn and Peter Proxy combined to card a 10-under-par 22, earning a one-shot victory.

Later in the day, the men played a nine-hole, modified Stableford-system match. The team of Fred Miller, Jerry Dahl, Jim Helgeson and Mike Gille combined on a plus-5 to take first place. Terry Schaefer and Charlie Potte shared individual medalist honors with a plus-4.


AMICC NFL Flag Football schedule

5-7 division

Feb. 15    6 p.m.      Tyler’s vs. Lobstahs


8-10 Division

Feb. 13    6 p.m.      Coastal Orthopedic vs. Tyler’s

Feb. 15    6 p.m.      Bistro vs. Lobstahs

Feb. 15    7 p.m.      Miller vs. Cancer Center

Feb. 16    11 a.m.    LPAC vs. Bistro

Feb. 16    noon        A&E vs. LPAC

Feb. 19    6 p.m.      Cancer Center vs. A&E


11-13 Division

Feb. 15    8 p.m.      Lobstahs vs. Mr. Bones

Feb. 16    9 a.m.      Beach Bums vs. Lobstahs

Feb. 16    1 p.m.      Walter & Assoc. vs. Mr. Bones

Feb. 16    2 p.m.      Edgewater Realty vs. Ross Built


14-17 Division

Feb. 16    10 a.m.    Lobstahs vs. Walter & Assoc.

Feb. 19    7 p.m.      Walter & Assoc. vs. Beach to Bay

Feb. 19    8 p.m.      Eat Here  vs. Surf Shop


Adult Division

Feb. 13    7 p.m.      Southern Green vs. Sun

Feb. 13    8 p.m.      Sato RE  vs. Harrington House

Feb. 13    9 p.m.      BY Construction vs. Tyler’s


AMICC Adult Volleyball schedule

Feb. 19    6:30 p.m. Lobstahs vs. IRE

Feb. 19    7:30 p.m. Duncan vs. Tyler’s

Feb. 19    8:30 p.m. Lobstahs vs. Tyler’s