Jun 242016
 
Pier Dedication Ceremony

The community is invited to join in commemorating local philanthropist Edward B. Knight with a ceremony renaming the White Street Pier. The dedication ceremony begins at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, June 29th at the base of the pier henceforth known as the Edward B. Knight Pier. During his 75 on the island, Mr. Knight has been known as a visionary and a man open to new ideas. He has made tremendous contributions to our City by way of real estate development, historical preservation and overall [continue reading…]

 June 24, 2016  Posted by at 12:50 am Issue #172, News, Special Event No Responses »
Jun 242016
 
Indigenous Grandmothers Rally & Take Action at Shell Refinery in Martinez, CA

Martinez, CA: Early this morning, more than six people have occupied the main entrance to the Shell Oil refinery on Pacheco Boulevard in Martinez, CA today to protect and defend the land, air, water and soil from pollutants and to protest the company’s environmental and human rights record. Gathering with several dozen other community members, the group intentionally walked onto Shell’s property with the intention of stopping entry into the refinery. Today’s action at Shell is in response to the Indigenous Women of the Americas [continue reading…]

 June 24, 2016  Posted by at 12:46 am Issue #172, News, Special Event No Responses »
Jun 242016
 
Montessori Teachers Visit Cuba

PEACE THROUGH EDUCATION Cuba will soon welcome three Key West preschool teachers as part of a Teacher Training for Innovative Learning Program planned and hosted by Fundación Amistad, a not-for- profit organization whose mission is to foster good relations between the US and Cuba. Teachers Karina Bowders, Marjorie Calderon and Director, Amy O’Connor of The Children’s School will be headed to Havana, Cuba on June 27th to bring their knowledge of “Positive Discipline” a child- centered Montessori curriculum as well as classroom materials to share [continue reading…]

 June 24, 2016  Posted by at 12:40 am Issue #172, News, Special Event No Responses »
Jun 242016
 
Law Enforcement Summer Camp

A group of 75 Monroe County kids are learning about law enforcement this week during the Keys annual Florida Sheriff’s Association Summer Camp. The camp is being held at Gerald Adams Elementary School on Stock Island all week. Kids have had the opportunity to learn about all aspects of law enforcement, including Special Weapons and Tactics, Traffic Enforcement, and a visit to the Sheriff’s Office Animal Farm.

 June 24, 2016  Posted by at 12:26 am Issue #172, News, Special Event No Responses »
Jun 242016
 
SWAT / SRT Present to Mystery Writers

The Sheriff’s Office Special Weapons and Tactics team and the Key West Police Special Response Team recently gave a presentation at the Key West Mystery Writer’s Festival. They spoke about the role of SWAT and SRT teams in law enforcement and gave a presentation with some of the equipment they use on their operations. SWAT Leader Sgt. Joel Slough and SWAT member Sgt. David Smith participated in the presentation along with KWPD SRT Member Officer Michael Pettee. In the photos, left to right, Sgt.s Slough [continue reading…]

 June 24, 2016  Posted by at 12:20 am Issue #172, News, Special Event No Responses »
Jun 242016
 
NOAA’s Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Welcomes New Blue Star Certified Operator

NOAA’s Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary recently welcomed Boy Scouts of America-National High Adventure Sea Base of Islamorada, Fla. as the newest participant in the sanctuary’s Blue Star education and conservation program. Launched in 2009, Blue Star recognizes dive and snorkel operators working to protect the Florida Keys coral reef ecosystem by promoting responsible diving and snorkeling practices and educating the public about the impact human interactions can have on the marine environment. Unlike some of the causes of reef decline, such as climate change, [continue reading…]

 June 24, 2016  Posted by at 12:14 am Issue #172, News, Special Event No Responses »
Jun 242016
 
Florida Wildlife Federation to Induct U.S. Senator Bill Nelson into its Conservation Hall of Fame

At the Florida Wildlife Federation’s 79th Annual Conservation Awards Banquet to be held June 25, 2016, at the Courtyard Marriott Riverfront Hotel in Bradenton, ten outstanding Florida conservationists will be recognized for their conservation achievements. Conservation award winners are chosen from nominations made to the Federation’s board of directors based on their accomplishments on behalf of Florida’s fish, wildlife and native habitats. U.S. Senator Bill Nelson will be inducted into the Florida Wildlife Federation’s Conservation Hall of Fame. A fifth generation Floridian, U.S. Senator Bill [continue reading…]

 June 24, 2016  Posted by at 12:10 am Issue #172, News, Special Event No Responses »
Jun 242016
 
Cleaning up in Key Largo

This industrious and hard working group cleaned up the area behind Waldorf Plaza at the 99.5 mile marker of the highway recently. They removed 15 large bags full of trash, and returned 15 shopping carts from various businesses. They also painted out graffiti on the back of the plaza. Helping out was: Sgt. Sydney Whitehouse, Deputies Brian Cross, Jean Gonzalez, Matt Koval, Dave Campbell, Detective Barney Sajdak, Juvenile Programs Counselor Natalka Whitehouse and County Employee Eddie Cabote.

 June 24, 2016  Posted by at 12:04 am Issue #172, News, Special Event No Responses »
Jun 172016
 
Lawyers’ Committee Statement on Mass Shooting in Orlando, Florida

Statement from Kristen Clarke, President and Executive Director, in Response to Tragedy Washington, D.C., June 13, 2016 – “We stand together with the LGBTQ community, Latino community, young people, and all of those impacted by [Sunday’s] mass shooting in Florida. Attacking any individual because of their sexual orientation, race or ethnic background is an assault on our collective humanity. And the ease with which the perpetrator of this crime was able to obtain assault weapons, is once again, a dark reminder of the urgent and [continue reading…]

 June 17, 2016  Posted by at 12:58 am Issue #171, News, Special Event 1 Response »
Jun 172016
 
Relay For Life Team on Their Way! Track Their Progress...

#1 Relay for Life Team Castaways Against Cancer Set Off on 17th Annual Kayaking Trip with the Support of U.S. Century The Castaways Against Cancer, a Relay for Life team ranked 1st in Florida, launched on their 17h Annual kayaking journey, dubbed the “Proof of Life” tour from Virginia Key in Miami, FL on Saturday, June 11. Paddling the equivalent of a marathon a day, the Castaways will paddle a total of 160 miles as a fundraiser supporting the American Cancer Society (ASC) and are [continue reading…]

 June 17, 2016  Posted by at 12:42 am Issue #171, Special Event No Responses »
Jun 172016
 
Monroe and Miami-Dade Athletes to Participate in Special Olympics Florida Area 11 Games

Hosted by Special Olympics Florida-Monroe County Fifty athletes from Monroe and Miami-Dade counties will compete in the Special Olympics Florida Area 11 SUP (Stand Up Paddle) Games on June 25 at Paddle the Florida Keys, Marker 88, Islamorada. The athletes will compete in four levels on various water courses officiated by Scott Baste of Paddle the Florida Keys. The opening ceremony is at 9:30 a.m. with races beginning at 10 a.m. The contests will determine the qualifiers from each team for the Special Olympics Florida [continue reading…]

 June 17, 2016  Posted by at 12:36 am Issue #171, News, Special Event No Responses »
Jun 172016
 
United Way of the Florida Keys Delivers Over 400 Free Books to Students in “Day of Action”

Tuesday, June 14th, UWFK joined with volunteers from the Key West Sunset Rotary to package over 400 books in Summer Literacy Kits for distribution to students throughout Monroe County. Children who are reading below grade level at the end of third grade are four times less likely to graduate high school on time than their reading proficient peers. For children living in poverty, this statistic is almost tripled. Additionally, more than 80 percent of children from economically disadvantaged communities lose reading skills over the summer [continue reading…]

 June 17, 2016  Posted by at 12:30 am Issue #171, News, Special Event No Responses »
Jun 172016
 
June Green eNews #2: Green Businesses

Green eNewsletter: June #2 Did you know that in a recent survey of 400 locals, 56% reported that they had rewarded companies that were taking steps to reduce global warming by buying their products (10% above the national average!)? What’s also interesting is that of those locals who had not rewarded green companies, 81% had said they didn’t know which companies to reward. June is Green Business Month and we want to make sure you knew what businesses in town are walking the walk! There [continue reading…]

 June 17, 2016  Posted by at 12:18 am Issue #171, News, Special Event No Responses »
Jun 102016
 
Task Force Dagger Foundation Says Thank You Key West, June 15th, Little White House

Task Force Dagger Foundation [TFD] is dedicated to wounded, ill, or injured U.S. Special Operations Soldiers and their families. TFD Foundation is now in its sixth year taking this therapeutic recreational event to Key West, Florida.  As a way to say thank you to the city of Key West for helping TFD become so successful with this event and help it grow every year, we invite the entire community to the Truman Little White House on June 15, 2016.  Tickets are $25 apiece online; $35 at the door. [continue reading…]

 June 10, 2016  Posted by at 12:24 am Issue #170, Public Notice, Special Event No Responses »
Jun 102016
 
Key West Photographer Jeffrey Cardenas Exhibits in Havana with Tribute to First-Ever Conservation Agreement Between Cuba and US

A recent conservation accord signed by the United States and Cuba will be honored Friday in Havana with a 100-image exhibition of maritime landscapes by Key West photographer Jeffrey Cardenas. Naturalezas Gemelas/Twins in Nature pays tribute to the “sister sanctuaries” of Parque Nacional Guanahacabibes and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary and the environmental collaboration that aims to promote the conservation and sustainability of these marine protected areas. The precedent-setting environmental agreement between US and Cuba was initiated late last year, creating a Memorandum of [continue reading…]

 June 10, 2016  Posted by at 12:14 am Issue #170, News, Special Event No Responses »
Jun 102016
 
Key West Zonta Club Presents “Journey to Success – Part 2”

  Workshop Provides Time and Money Management Skills to Local Women and Students The Zonta Club of Key West presents “Journey to Success – Part 2” to follow-up on its successful Journey to Success workshop offered in January which provided hands on training for improving job search skills and practical job etiquette tips.  “Journey to Success – Part 2” focuses on time and money management expertise.  This workshop is designed for women and high school students who wish to learn valuable life skills to gain [continue reading…]

 June 10, 2016  Posted by at 12:00 am Issue #170, Special Event No Responses »
Jun 032016
 
Hometown!'s "Meet the Candidates" Event, June 24

“Every election is determined by the people who show up.” ― Larry J. Sabato, Pendulum Swing Hometown!’s “MEET THE CANDIDATES” Rally at The Studios of Key West 533 Eaton Street–2nd Floor On Friday, June 24, 2016 5:00 P.M. TO 7:30 PM Here are the details about the “Meet the Candidates” event at TSKW: This will be a timely event because all 2016 candidates must qualify by Noon on this date. Key West’s Hometown! will present all candidates running for office in the upcoming August 30, [continue reading…]

 June 3, 2016  Posted by at 12:45 am Issue #169, News, Special Event No Responses »
Jun 032016
 
Three Honored with Lifesaving Award

Chief Donie Lee today presented three Key West Police officers with the Lifesaving Award for saving the life of a drowning man. On April 21st Officers David Kouri, Michael Pettee and Billy Vazquez responded to a drowning call on North Roosevelt Blvd. Officer Kouri was first on the scene and saw the victim, a 58 year old man, unconscious and floating almost completely submerged in the water. Officer Kouri jumped off the sea wall and into the water and immediately repositioned the victim’s head, opened [continue reading…]

 June 3, 2016  Posted by at 12:33 am Issue #169, News, Special Event No Responses »
Jun 032016
 
TIES Program Honors Community Partners at Annual Event

Students in the Transition to Independence, Employment and Success (TIES) program hosted the annual Community Partner Appreciation Event on Wednesday to thank individuals, businesses, agencies and parents. Monroe County Schools, Naval Air Station Key West and Florida Keys Community College created the program in 2005 to address the needs of young adults with intellectual challenges. During a student-led luncheon at the Sigsbee Base Community Center, former NAS Key West Commander Jim Scholl, former MCSD Transition Specialist Marty Jacquette, NAS Key West Public Works Engineer Stephen [continue reading…]

 June 3, 2016  Posted by at 12:18 am Issue #169, News, Special Event No Responses »
Jun 032016
 
Mystery Writers Forum Scholarships for Two FKCC Students

The purpose of the Mystery Writers Forum scholarship, made possible this year through the generosity of Fred and Linda Greenberg, is to encourage creative writing and the enjoyment of reading, said Rhoades. Cardenas, a fifth generation Conch, and fellow student Kimberly Wolney (not shown) were selected by FKCC leadership and faculty for their “wonderful enthusiasm, creativity and ethics as students,” said Prof. Parmentier. For more information on the Mystery Writers Key West Fest and the non-profit Mystery Writers Forum, visit mysterywriterskeywestfest.com

 June 3, 2016  Posted by at 12:10 am Issue #169, News, Special Event No Responses »
May 272016
 
ROWELL’S WATERFRONT PARK IN KEY LARGO OPENS SATURDAY

KEY LARGO – Rowell’s Waterfront Park – at mile marker 104.5 on the Overseas Highway in Key Largo – opens Saturday morning, becoming the County’s 20th park. The 8-acre, kid- and dog-friendly park along Florida Bay has picnic tables, benches, a place to swim (at your own risk) and a launch for kayaks, canoes and standup paddleboards. It will be open seven days a week, from 7:30 a.m. to sunset. Admission is free. The property was purchased in December 2013 for $5 million. Since then, [continue reading…]

 May 27, 2016  Posted by at 12:47 am Issue #168, Public Notice, Special Event 1 Response »
May 272016
 
June 1-TIES Program Community Partner Appreciation Event

TIES program honors community partners at annual event. A highly successful program for young adults with intellectual challenges will mark its eleventh year with a June 1 luncheon honoring the critical role played by its community partners. The TIES (Transition to Independence, Employment and Success) program provides a teacher, job coach and facilities for students, ages 18-22, to learn, practice and network within real life settings to achieve their goals of independence. At the 11:30 a.m. luncheon at the Sigsbee Base Community Center, TIES students [continue reading…]

 May 27, 2016  Posted by at 12:30 am Issue #168, News, Special Event No Responses »
May 272016
 
Key West NOW Holds Historic Elections

Longtime Officers Retire NOW installs O’Grady, Warner and Desbiens The Key West chapter of the National Organization for Women recently elected and installed three new executive officers: President Robin L. O’Grady, Vice President and Treasurer Elizabeth Warner and Secretary Betty Desbiens. This election was historic, as it was the first major change of leadership since the local chapter was founded 20 years ago. Constance Gilbert, one of the chapter’s founding officers, was honored at the meeting for her years of leadership and service. Similarly honored [continue reading…]

 May 27, 2016  Posted by at 12:28 am Issue #168, News, Special Event 1 Response »
May 272016
 
NAS Key West to Participate in Memorial Day Ceremonies

NAS Key West and the community will mark the Memorial Day holiday at two ceremonies Monday morning. At 9 a.m., the Navy League Key West Council will hold their annual ceremony at the Maine Memorial Plot in the Key West City Cemetery. NAS Key West Commanding Officer Capt. Steve McAlearney will be the guest speaker and the air station Honor Guard will render a 21-gun rifle salute. At 11 a.m., American Legion Post 28 will host their annual Memorial Day Service at the Southern Keys [continue reading…]

 May 27, 2016  Posted by at 12:18 am Issue #168, News, Special Event No Responses »
May 272016
 
Key West Sunrise Rotary Honors Gahan as Rotarian of the Year

Key West Sunrise Rotary President Jim Scholl named outgoing member Steve Gahan as Rotarian of the Year for his eleven years of service including two years heading international service programs and grants as a member of the Board of Directors. After retiring from the U.S. Navy, Gahan came to Key West in 2001 as a contractor in downrange logistic support for the Joint Interagency Task Force South. Although his JIATF-S duties often took him out of the country, Gahan made Rotary a priority, playing important [continue reading…]

 May 27, 2016  Posted by at 12:08 am Issue #168, News, Special Event No Responses »
May 272016
 
Monroe County Emergency Management Holds Hurricane Exercise

MARATHON – With hurricane season’s official start just around the corner on June 1, now is a good time to start your personal, family and business preparations. You can rest assured, however, that your County government already has been working hard behind the scenes to be ready for any storms that may come our way this year. On Thursday, Monroe County Emergency Management hosted a hurricane exercise for all Keys’ responders and entities involved in storm preparations and evacuations at the Emergency Operations Center in [continue reading…]

 May 27, 2016  Posted by at 12:02 am Issue #168, News, Special Event No Responses »
May 202016
 
Anne McKee Artist's Fund Announces 2016 Grant Winners

The Board of Directors of the Anne McKee Artists Fund recently awarded 12 project-based grants to Florida Keys visual, performing and literary artists. The awards support specific creative projects proposed by each recipient. Established by Anne McKee, a longtime Key West resident and supporter of the arts, the Fund assists talented individuals with qualified creative endeavors. Since its inception, the Fund has awarded over $234,000 to visual artists, writers and performing artists who live in the Florida Keys. The Fund’s 2016 grant recipients are: Visual [continue reading…]

 May 20, 2016  Posted by at 12:42 am Issue #167, News, Special Event No Responses »
May 132016
 
Marathon Resident Lori Russo Lands Walk-On Role in New York Times Bestselling Author Lisa Black’s Next Novel

Lori Russo, of Marathon, Florida, has won a walk-on cameo appearance in New York Times bestselling author Lisa Black’s next novel. The “character placement” contest was an early registration promotion for the Mystery Writers Key West Fest, set to take place June 10-12 at the DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Grand Key. While the namesake character’s internal character remains to be determined by the author, “I’m most comfortable being a positive role model, so I’m hoping it’s a heroic character with my name, not a villain,” [continue reading…]

 May 13, 2016  Posted by at 12:20 am Issue #166, News, Special Event No Responses »
May 132016
 
Emergency Management Director Irene Toner Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Monroe County’s Emergency Management Director Irene Toner received the Lifetime Achievement Award Thursday during the 30th Annual Governor’s Hurricane Conference. Toner was one of 14 recipients to receive various award from the Governor’s Hurricane Conference Board of Directors. She was recognized for her outstanding contributions and accomplishments in the field of hurricane preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation at the local, state and national level. Toner retires on June 30th, after nearly two decades of service to Monroe County and 35 years working in emergency management. [continue reading…]

 May 13, 2016  Posted by at 12:08 am Issue #166, News, Special Event No Responses »
May 062016
 
Remembering Deputy Killed in the Line of Duty

May 3rd marked the anniversary of the line-of-duty death of Monroe County Sheriff’s Deputy Michael Alexander. Deputy Alexander died in a traffic accident May 3rd, 1998 while working road patrol for the Sheriff’s Office in the Key Largo district. He had just left roll call at the Plantation Key Substation and was on the way to his duty station at the Ocean Reef Resort. For some reason, he pulled off of the highway and onto Val Jean Way, in Tavernier. He was stopped at a stop sign [continue reading…]

 May 6, 2016  Posted by at 1:52 am Issue #165, News, Special Event 3 Responses »
May 062016
 
Kids Clean up the Town

Key West school kids made Earth Day truly meaningful this year with their excellent efforts to clean up the island, and they had a great time doing it. St. Mary’s Basilica School had every grade picking up litter and recycling: The lower grades around the school grounds and the upper grades around the surrounding neighborhoods. They picked up about 10 full bags of litter. Poinciana Recycling Rangers and Student Government came out to Bayview Park, picked up six full bags of litter and helped sort [continue reading…]

 May 6, 2016  Posted by at 12:36 am Issue #165, News, Special Event No Responses »
May 062016
 
Successful Cleanup of Mule Key with Danger Charters

  Reef Relief partnered with Danger Charters for a cleanup of Mule Key on Wednesday, April 27th to conclude their “Earth Week”. With the help of 15 volunteers, including Captain Wade and Nicole Talton of Danger Charters, Reef Relief removed 451 pounds of marine debris from the mangroves. The volunteers discovered that most of the debris was a result of fishing gear, such as rope, buoys, traps and crates. Mangroves are essential environments because they serve as nursery areas to a large diversity of sea life, such as juvenile [continue reading…]

 May 6, 2016  Posted by at 12:34 am Issue #165, News, Special Event No Responses »
May 062016
 
Two Florida Keys Writers Announced as Finalists in 2016 Mystery Writers Whodunit Writing Competition and Award

Florida Keys authors Elia Chepaitis of Grassy Key and Lewis C. Haskell of Key West are two of four finalists announced in a nationwide competition to claim the 2016 Mystery Writers Whodunit Award. Chepaitis with “Murder with Kayaks in the Florida Keys,” and Haskell, with “Tequila Mockingbird,” are joined as finalists by Loveland, CO, (formerly Islamorada, FL) resident Carl Bock with “Coronado’s Trail,” and Ocean City, MD, resident Paul Marion Geiger with “The Crayon Box.” Candidates for the Award, which is supported by the Marion [continue reading…]

 May 6, 2016  Posted by at 12:26 am Issue #165, News, Special Event No Responses »
May 062016
 
SISTER SEASON SURVIVORS PARTY, MONDAY MAY 30TH!

The Sister Season Fund needs volunteers to help with the 39th Annual Survivors Party – Family Fun Fair on Memorial Day, Monday, May 30th from 4pm – 8pm at the Bottlecap.  This promises to be a family friendly event, full of good old fashioned fun, featuring food, entertainment, and games.  If you can help with set up, selling raffles, taking admission, or with one of our Family Fun Fair games please call John at 305-434-5538.  All funds raised will be used to provide assistance to locals [continue reading…]

 May 6, 2016  Posted by at 12:17 am Issue #165, Special Event, What To Do No Responses »
May 062016
 
TIES Program to Honor Community Partners at Annual Event

TIES Program Community Partner Appreciation Event June 1, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sigsbee Base Community Center A highly successful program for young adults with intellectual challenges will mark its eleventh year with a June 1 luncheon honoring the critical role played by its community partners. The TIES (Transition to Independence, Employment and Success) program provides a teacher, job coach and facilities for students, ages 18-22, to learn, practice and network within real life settings to achieve their goals of independence. At the 11:30 a.m. luncheon at [continue reading…]

 May 6, 2016  Posted by at 12:12 am Issue #165, News, Special Event No Responses »
May 062016
 
Josh the Otter comes to Key West for Water Safety Awareness Month

During National Water Safety Awareness Month, Key West Sunrise Rotary’s Josh the Otter program is delivering life-saving messages and copies of the “Josh the Baby Otter” book during interactive presentations at preschools and kindergartens. On Thursday, Josh the Otter (AKA Key West Sunrise Rotary Past President Ron Demes) entertained prekindergarten students at the Basilica School of Saint Mary Star of the Sea by leading the Learn to Float dance and a pledge to be careful around bodies of water. Visits are also planned to Sigsbee [continue reading…]

 May 6, 2016  Posted by at 12:10 am Issue #165, News, Special Event No Responses »
May 062016
 
GLEE Annual Meeting

ANNUAL MEETING 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 12, at the Shrimp Road Bar & Grill, Stock Island Please join us for Florida Keys Green Living and Energy Education’s annual meeting May 12. Meet others interested in Keys’ environmental issues and hear local groups and individuals share their experiences in sustainability. Topics and speakers include: GLEE’s Key West Community Garden – Rick Smith, committee chairman Solar Education Association of the Keys – Michael Welber, executive director Green Business Program – Alison Higgins, sustainability coordinator, city [continue reading…]

 May 6, 2016  Posted by at 12:08 am Issue #165, News, Special Event No Responses »
May 062016
 
Mayor Names Honorary Conch

Mayor Craig Cates commended Jane Newhagen with the highest Key West honor during the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Sexton’s House at the Key West Cemetery on Wednesday. He proclaimed her an honorary Conch. Newhagen became involved with the Key West Cemetery after she graduated the Key West Ambassador Academy 11 years ago. She began by volunteering, helping organize and preserve burial records. She continued as a part time helper, then was hired full time. Mayor Cates noted that Newhagen has been “a driving [continue reading…]

 May 6, 2016  Posted by at 12:06 am Issue #165, News, Special Event No Responses »
May 062016
 
Ribbon Cut on Sexton's Office

Mayor Craig Cates, accompanied by City Commissioners Sam Kaufman, Margaret Romero, Clayton Lopez, Billy Wardlow and Richard Payne, cut the ribbon today on the new Sexton House at the Key West Cemetery. The sexton’s office serves as a vital repository of the city’s history, containing burial records of nearly two centuries of Key West families. “This project is very dear to my heart,” said Mayor Cates, “as I know it is to many of us. My mother, my father, my grandparents are all here.” “This [continue reading…]

 May 6, 2016  Posted by at 12:04 am Issue #165, News, Special Event No Responses »