Southernmost Flyer

FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 2015
FRIDA
EYE ON THE FLEET
KEY
WEST
VOL. 26 NO. 4
(Jan. 14, 2015)
EA2 Garrett
Snyder, assigned
to Underwater
Construction Team
(UCT) 1, conducts
surface supplied
operations during
diver training aboard
the U.S. Army large
landing craft USAV
Matamoros (LCU
2026). Diver training
is a two-week, joint
training evolution
designed to reinforce
standard operating
procedures, qualify
personnel, maintain
proficiency and evaluate dive protocol.
U.S. Navy photo by
MC2 Nicholas Tenorio
inside:
TACTICS TRAINING
Breaking concrete
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PIER PRESSURE
Ships at Mole. . . . . . . . 4
CAUGHT UP
Osprey rescue
. . . . . . .5
AUTO DOCS
Do it yourself . . . . . . . . 8
TOP OF PAGE ONE:
An AV-8B Harrier lands
on the flight deck of
the amphibious assault
ship USS Kearsarge
(LHD 3).
WWW.CNIC.NAVY.MIL/KEYWEST
NAVAL AIR STATION KEY WEST, FLORIDA
KING OBSERVANCE
Tax prep
sites open
to military
FROM NAS KEY WEST
PUBLIC AFFAIRS
T
ax
preparation
resources are available to active and
retired military at Naval Air
Station Key West.
Two offices have been
set up for those members
who want to prepare their
taxes online - one in Bldg.
A-515, Boca Chica Field, and
a second at Fleet and Family
Support Center, Sigsbee
Park.
Volunteer Income Tax
Assistance specialists are
available to assist in tax preparers in the process; however, VITA specialists won’t
prepare tax forms.
The service is available on
a walk-in basis from 9 a.m. 3 p.m., Monday - Friday.
U.S. Navy photo by MC1 (SW/AW) Brian Morales
N
aval Air Station Key West Multicultural Heritage Committee members ABE2 Godfrey Adeniran, left, and IC2
Kimberly Williams serve refreshments to Lt. Howard Milligan, supply officer, and Diane Moll, deputy supply
officer, during Wednesday’s Martin Luther King Jr. observation on Boca Chica Field.
CNP discusses advancing, deploying Taxpayers now must show
FROM NAVAL BASE VENTURA
COUNTY PUBLIC AFFAIRS
C
hief of Naval Personnel Vice Adm.
William Moran and
Fleet Master Chief April
Beldo recently spoke on
advancement opportunities, uniform changes and
deployment schedules.
Moran and Beldo spoke
on Tuesday to Seabees
and aviation commands at
Naval Base Ventura County,
Port Mugu, California.
“If the Navy was a
patient,” Moran said, “I’d
say that the patient is in
pretty good health.”
He noted that the newest recruits joining the Navy
are scoring higher on the
Armed Services Vocational
Aptitude Batter than ever
before and 98 percent are
high school graduates. For
those in the service, most
rates are seeing advancement opportunities that are
above historical averages.
see CNP page 10
proof of health insurance
BY TERRI MOON CRONK
Defense Media Activity
A
s tax season begins,
Defense Department
officials want to
remind TRICARE beneficiaries of changes in the
tax laws, which require all
Americans to have health
care insurance or potentially pay a tax penalty.
For the first time since the
Affordable Care Act passed
in 2010, all U.S. citizens,
including service memsee HEALTHCARE page 2
2 • Southernmost Flyer • January 23, 2015
Let freedom ring
I
Jan. 23
1960 - The bathyscaphe “Trieste”
descends seven miles to the deepest part of the world’s oceans at
the southern end of the Mariana
Trench.
Jan. 24
1956 - USS Jallao (SS 368) becomes
the first U.S. Navy submarine to
transit the Suez Canal.
Jan. 25
1986 - Fleet Ballistic Missile
Submarine USS Alaska (SSBN 732)
is commissioned.
Jan. 26
1913 - The body of John Paul Jones
is laid in its final resting place in
the Chapel of the Naval Academy,
Annapolis, Md.
Jan. 27
1973 - The Paris Peace Accords are
signed, ending U.S. participation
in the Vietnam War.
Jan. 28
1986 - The Space Shuttle
Challenger tragically explodes
early in its boost phase, killing all
seven astronauts.
Jan. 29
1944 - The battleship USS Missouri
(BB 63) is christened.
THINK FIRST!
DON’T DRINK & DRIVE
n honor of Martin Luther King
Jr., I think about the struggle that humanity has fought
against for thousands of years.
Racism is just one form of discrimination that has caused more
pain, loss and division to this
world. Ironically, discrimination is
a darkness that can consume any
person that allows it to take root in
his/her heart.
King stated, “Darkness cannot
drive out darkness; only light can
do that. Hate cannot drive out
hate; only love can do that.”
That quote is one that should
drive the church. We are to be the
salt and light to this world.
Jesus said the way to show God
to this world is through our unity
as his disciples. This unity can only
be accomplished through love.
In the eyes of Christ, there is no
race, gender, or economics. We are
all created in the image of God.
Christ did not just die for the select
few, but the entire world.
The church is to be a group of
people that loves and forgives each
other unconditionally. It is to be
a fellowship of equals that sees
Healthcare
continued from page 1
bers, military retirees and their
family members, must report
health care coverage on their 2014
taxes, said Mark Ellis, a Defense
Health Agency health care operations program analyst.
For this year only, taxpayers will
“self-attest” on their 2014 tax forms
diversity as strength.
Sadly, church history has proven
this was not always the case.
Discrimination is a darkness
that has to be fought continually
on a personal and corporate level.
Some of the greatest atrocities in
human history involving discrimination were underCHAPLAIN'S taken by those who
profess
Christ.
CORNER
These men and
women forgot that
the one who died
for their sins came
from a different
descent than their
NAS Key West
own.
Command Chaplain
Today, this world
Lt.
is still torn by this
Ethan Everts
hate. Governments
across this world
are facing these challenges each
year.
However, this country has come
a long way since the days of King.
Our leadership has become more
diversified. Our military is more
diversified. Our schools are more
diversified.
That said, we still have a long
way to go.
One starting point for change
should be the church. As men-
tioned above, we are to show this
change to the world. Our love and
unity should be an example to this
world. The church is the representation of God, and God is love and
light.
Our identity should also be
found in Christ. When we do this,
discrimination cannot take root
in our fellowship. We are brothers
and sisters in Christ. No longer are
we identified by our status but by
our gifts we bring to the church
body.
Our country is great because of
freedom. That freedom has also
made us one of the greatest diversified nations in this world. This
diversity has made us powerful.
However, discrimination undermines it all because it causes
oppression. Oppression is the
antithesis of freedom.
So we have a choice to make as
individuals, communities, and a
country. If freedom is to ring, then
discrimination has to be silenced.
Come join us in unified worship at the Truman Chapel every
Sunday at 10:30 a.m. If you need
chaplain care, please call us at
(305) 293-2318, Naval Air Station
Key West, or (305) 292-8788, Coast
Guard. God Bless!
to each month in which they had
health care coverage, he said.
The act mandates that health
care must meet minimum essential coverage, and TRICARE coverage meets that criteria for the
majority of service members and
their families, Ellis said.
TRICARE Prime, TRICARE
Standard, TRICARE for Life,
TRICARE Overseas, TRICARE
Remote and the Uniformed Services
Family Health Plan meet the minimum essential coverage, he added.
When purchased, premium-based
plan such as TRICARE Reserve
Select or TRICARE Retired Reserve
also fulfill the act’s requirements.
Uniformed service members who have questions about
TRICARE, the act and the individual coverage mandate can visit the
TRICARE website to download a
fact sheet on TRICARE and the act,
with TRICARE plans compared to
minimum essential coverage, Ellis
said.
Military beneficiaries that are
solely eligible for care in military
hospitals and clinics, for example,
parents and parents-in-law, have
an automatic exemption from the
tax penalty for tax year 2014 only.
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Flyer
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EXECUTIVE OFFICER
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PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER
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EDITOR
Jolene Scholl
STAFF
MC1 Brian Morales
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January 23, 2015 • Southernmost Flyer • 3
WAKING THE DRAGON
TR marks 200,000th trap
FROM USS THEODORE
ROOSEVELT (CVN 71)
PUBLIC AFFAIRS
C
apt. Daniel C.
Grieco, commanding officer of the
aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71),
and Capt. Benjamin Hewlett, deputy commander of
Carrier Air Wing 1, recorded the 200,000th arrested
landing aboard TR.
“It was an amazing
opportunity to highlight
an accomplishment of the
USS Theodore Roosevelt ...
making history during her
28th year in the fleet,” said
Grieco.
Logging the 200,000th
trap on Jan. 15 was the
result of decades of dedication and professionalism
from the team aboard TR,
ranging from aviators to
the Sailors operating the
ship’s arresting gears.
“It is amazing to be a
part of the 200,000th trap
because with the job that
we do, it takes a lot of effort
for five traps,” said ABE2
Chad Gaston, arresting
gear assistant leading petty
officer. “So, 200,000 is a lot
for one ship, and I can’t
even imagine how many
Sailors and man hours it
took to reach this milestone.”
It’s not just the pilot
landing the aircraft. Several
different Sailors play a part
in coordinating the landing of an aircraft aboard an
aircraft carrier.
“It’s our job in primary
flight control (Pri-Fly)
to make sure the deck is
clear of all people and FOD
U.S. Navy photo by MC1 Brian Morales
see LANDING page 10
H
omeland Security facilitated protestor extrication training Jan. 16 for military and local law enforcement
officers at Boca Chica Field. Among the tactics studied was response to the “sleeping dragon,” where protesters use PVC sleeves set in concrete to handcuff or lock themselves to each other or to a piece of rebar.
This Just In…
FKCC launches new website
Job Title:
Air traffic controller
Hometown: Miami
Prior Duty Stations:
Naval Air Station
Pensacola, Florida
Hobbies: Music.
Most Interesting Experience:
Blue Angels show on
Pensacola Beach.
Future Plans: Retire
with the military.
ACAN
Leonard Ortega
Florida Keys Community College has launched a new
interactive website - www.fkcc.edu - in a format that can
be easily accessed via multiple devices. The navigation
structure allows the college’s various audiences to easily
find information. Website visitors can also enjoy exploring
FKCC’s various programs and offerings through videos,
an interactive map and social media. The site’s design
enables users to interact with an optimally sized and proportioned version of the website on a smart phone, tablet,
or a desktop computer.
The site also includes the college’s new “Success
Calculator.” The interactive tool allows current and prospective students to input their own real and hypothetical
information and plans to determine the expected time
it will take to complete a degree as well as the estimated
costs and ultimate lifetime earnings associated with earning a degree.
see THIS JUST IN page 4
“Voice Your
Choice”
MWR wants your feedback!
What programs & activities do you enjoy?
What would you like to see added?
Take 5 – 7 minutes to complete this survey:
www.surveymonkey.com/r/MWRNASKW
Complete survey
for a chance to win:
Family 4-Pack of Movie Tickets
Morale, Welfare & Recreation Department
Special Events & Activities
For questions call: (305) 293-2503
[email protected]
4 • Southernmost Flyer • January 23, 2015
PIER PRESSURE
BBC News
Upcoming Life Works Events
Kumihimo Jewelry Making
Monday, beginner’s class - 10 a.m. - noon; advanced
class - 2 - 4 p.m., BBC Community House.
Resident Advisory Board
Tuesday, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m., BBC management office,
Sigsbee Park.
Zumba
Thursday, 6:15 - 7:15 p.m., Sigsbee Community Center.
Sewing and Quilting
Friday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., BBC Community House.
Community Yard Sale
Jan. 31, 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Call the office for more information.
Contact us
U.S. Navy photo by MC1 (SW/AW) Brian Morales
S
hips, from left, USS Kauffman (FFG 59), HMS Severn (P282), USAV Matamoros (LCU 2026) and USNS Grasp
(T-ARS 51) all port at Naval Air Station Key West’s Mole Pier Jan. 15.
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832 Caroline St.
Office Number: (305) 292-5590
Service Request Number: (305) 292-5596
Key West
(305) 294-8744
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continued from page 3
Residents Advisory
Board meets
Balfour Beatty Communities hosts the Residents
Advisory Board from 5:30
- 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
BBC management office,
Sigsbee Park. Call (305) 292-
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BBC community
yard sale
Balfour Beatty Communities’ Community Yard from
8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Jan. 31 on
Sigsbee Park. Call (305) 2925590 for more information.
January 23, 2015 • Southernmost Flyer • 5
HELPING HAND
This week at FFSC
Command Indoctrination
Monday - Friday, 26, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Various locations
This five-day class informs incoming personnel of
base policies, procedures and services available. Guest
speakers will speak on an array of topics and take questions from training participants. Call (305) 293-4408, ext.
19, for more information.
BY YAN KENNON
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Public Affairs
I
Fleet and Family Support Center’s hours of operation
are 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Thursday and 8 a.m. - 4:30
p.m. Friday. FFSC offers many services including deployment support, relocation assistance, family employment readiness, life skills education, notary service, personal financial management, crisis incident response
and training, sexual assault prevention and response,
ombudsman support, transition assistance management, family advocacy and professional counseling.
For more information or to request services, call (305)
293-4408 or visit the center at 804 Sigsbee Rd., Sigsbee
Park.
Friday,
y, Feb. 6
Key West Golf Club
Registration fees
E6 and below: $50
E7-O3: $65
O4 and above / Civilians: $75
Continental breakfast and lunch
are included in the registration fee!
Clinic program focuses
on healthier lifestyle
U.S. Navy photo by Rosa Gonzales
E
T3 Joseph Treadway holds a juvenile osprey after it
was rescued from a radar tower on the Boca Chica
airfield. The bird, whose foot had become wedged
between metal fittings, was taken to the Key West Wildlife
Rescue Center and is expected to recover fully.
t’s 2015, a new year
and the perfect time to
start the new you. The
new year usually brings
fresh starts, new opportunities, and new goals;
such as eating healthier,
exercising more, losing weight, and quitting
smoking.
If a healthier lifestyle
and getting back in shape
are personal goals for 2015,
Naval Branch Health Clinic
Key West’s award-winning
Health Promotions program can help. NBHC Key
West offers a variety of
resources and tools aimed
at improving the health of
active duty, retirees and
family members.
“Our expert Health Promotions staff is committed
to providing opportunities
for people to make healthy
lifestyle choices for themselves and their families,” said Cmdr. Michael
Grande, NBHC Key West
Let our success go
g to your head…
rejuvenating facial infusion
Registration deadline is Feb. 3
officer in charge.
Maintaining a change
in lifestyle requires continued commitment until
the change becomes part
of your life. A few missed
workouts here, a few
unhealthy meals there and
before long all progress
has halted and motivation
is virtually nonexistent.
So, it’s important to set
achievable goals, keep
safety first and foremost,
and start small - lifestyle
changes do not have to be
large to be effective; small
changes, over time, can
make big impacts.
The Health Promotions
program is available to
help individuals achieve
healthier lifestyle goals
through a variety of
options and support. And
a good place to start is an
assessment of the individual’s current health and
lifestyle. From this assessment, Health Promotions
can provide guidance to
basic fitness and recomsee CLINIC page 16
brazilian blow out
Schedule
Registration 6:30 a.m.; shotgun-start 7:30 a.m.
Sold at Registration
$5 Mulligan’s and Red Tees
10 Feet of String $20 per Team
Prizes
1st place: $500
2nd place: $300
3rd place: $100
Prizes for the longest drive, straightest drive, and closest to the pin
Salon & Spa
1702 n. roosevelt blvd. ste. 202 • key west, fl 33040
305.396.7796 • [email protected]
For more information, email
ABHC Shoemaker: [email protected]
399404
6 • Southernmost Flyer • January 23, 2015
MWR Update
Family movies
Join MWR for Family
Movie Night Friday. The film
“Alexander and the Terrible,
Horrible, No Good, Very Bad
Day” (PG) will start at 6:30
p.m. For more details call
(305) 293-2503.
MWR survey
MWR wants your feedback! Take the “Voice Your
Choice” customer community activities Survey.
What programs and
activities do you enjoy?
What would you like to see
added? Take five - seven
minutes to complete the
survey at www.surveymonkey.com/r/MWRNASKW.
Those who complete the
survey have a chance to win
a family four-pack of movie
tickets to the Regal Cinema
in Key West. Winners are
selected Feb. 6. For more
information, call (305) 2932503 or email [email protected]
gmail.com.
Circus tickets
The Walker Brothers
Circus is coming to Key West
Feb. 5 - 8 at the Truman
Waterfront. Show times are
Thursday and Friday - 5:30
and 7:30 p.m., Saturday - 3
and 5:30 p.m., and Sunday 2 and 4:30 p.m.
Tickets are available at
the ITT office, Sigsbee Park.
Military Family Tickets for
two adults and two children
are $20. The ITT office also
has free children’s tickets
for families with more than
two children - just ask for a Pig roast, potluck
voucher. For more information, call ITT at (305) 293Join MWR for the annu4173.
al Pig Roast Potluck Style
at 4 p.m., Feb. 7, at the
Give parents a break Sigsbee Community Center.
MWR will provide the pig,
MWR’s Child Develop- coleslaw, rolls and butter.
ment Center is offering Patrons are asked to bring
babysitting Wednesday so a dish to share; register
parents at Naval Air Station by Jan. 31 at the Sigsbee
Center/
Key West can have a break. Community
Sitting is available from Campground Office. For
6 - 10 p.m. The cost is $4 more information, call (305)
per child per hour. Pre- 293-4432.
registration is required,
including immunization Now hiring
records. Registration deadline is 5 p.m. Monday.
MWR and Navy Gateway
Call the CDC at (305) 293- Inns and Suites are con4498 for additional infor- tinuously seeking qualified
mation. Drop-in care is also and professional employavailable Monday - Friday ees to work at a number
from 6 a.m. - 6 p.m.
of facilities and programs
aboard NAS Key West.
Currently MWR is looking
for a cook at two different locations and a bartender. For a full listing of
vacancies, or to receive an
application via email, contact [email protected]
For more information, call
(305) 293-2518.
dates are March 29 - April 9
and Dec. 22 - Jan. 2. Tickets
must be activated by military personnel or a spouse
at the park and tickets must
be used by the same person.
For more information, call
the ITT Office at (305) 2934173.
Disney tickets
Free movies
The ITT Office on Sigsbee
Park is offering the 2015
Disney Armed Forces Salute
tickets: 4-day ticket with
Park Hopper option for only
$173.75. Tickets are available
now through Sept. 30, 2015.
All military and their spouses, Coast Guard and active
members of the National
Guard or Reservists can purchase up to six tickets for
friends and family. Black-out
Free movies are shown
each Saturday at 1 p.m.
and 6 p.m. at Beach Patio
Recreation Center on
Truman Annex. Popcorn
and snacks are sold during
the show. For more information, call (305) 293-5282.
The schedule:
• Saturday - “The Boxtrolls”
(PG) at 1 p.m.
see MWR page 7
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January 23, 2015 • Southernmost Flyer • 7
and every Saturday enjoy call (305) 293-2468.
Muse Gurus from 6 - 9 p.m.
The Sunset Lounge bar is Runway Grill
open Wednesday - Sunday
4 - 10 p.m. and the kitchen
The Runway Grill offers
is open 4 - 9 p.m.
fresh healthy concepts on
its menu. Choose from a
wide selection of a healthy
Beach Patio
wraps or sandwiches; prices
Located on Truman range from $3.50 - $7.50.
The Runway Grill opens
Annex,
Beach
Patio
Recreation Center is located at 11 a.m. Monday - Friday.
next to the Truman Beach Please use the side door on
and is a prime location for the deck to enter. For more
special events under the information call (305) 293new pavilion. Rent snorkel 2116.
gear, beach chairs, grills,
coolers and have lunch at Landing Zone
the Beachside Grill. The
facility includes internet
The Landing Zone is your
access, a gaming center, one-stop resource center
arcade games, a mini movie for quality products at comtheater and more. Hours petitive prices. The office is
are Sunday - Thursday 10 in Bldg. A-350, next to Air
a.m. - 8 p.m., Friday and Lanes Bowling Center on
Saturday 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. For Boca Chica Field.
additional information, call
Looking for NAS Key
(305) 293-5282.
West memorabilia? Visit the
Landing Zone for a wide
selection of polo shirts, hats,
Truman fitness
visors, post cards, stickers
The Truman Fitness and the NAS Key West chalCenter is open Monday lenge coin.
Graphics services include
through Thursday 7 a.m. laser-engraved
8 p.m., Friday 7 a.m. - 9 custom,
p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. - 9 plaques, desk wedges, rubp.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. - 8 ber stamps, name tags and
p.m. For additional infor- more. Printing services
mation, call the Beach Patio include large-format printRecreation Center at (305) ing, photo printing, banners, signs and standard
293-5282.
printing/copying.
The Landing Zone also
Navigator’s grill
has a notary service and fax
Located at the Boca Chica service. For more informaMarina, Navigator’s Bar and tion, call (305) 293-2884.
Grill is a full-service bar with
food available for lunch and Boca Chica gym
dinner. There is seating
indoors and on the beach.
Fridays at 5 p.m. - open
The bar is open Monday - volleyball
Saturday 11 a.m. - 9 p.m.,
Saturdays at 11 a.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.; open basketball
the grill is open Monday For more information,
Saturday 11 a.m. - 7 p.m., email
[email protected]
and Sunday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. gmail.com, look for the
For more information or to gym on Facebook - NAS
find out the daily specials, Key West MWR, or call (305)
293-2480.
Beach Yoga
Take your practice outside on the last Sunday
of every month starting
Sunday. Join the Boca Chica
Fitness staff at the Boca
Chica Marina Beach for a 10
a.m. class. Bring your own
mat and towel - all levels
welcome. For more information call (305) 293-2480
or email [email protected]
gmail.com.
New fitness classes
Beach Yoga - Take your
practice outside on the last
Sunday of every month.
Join the Boca Chica Fitness
staff at the Boca Chica
Marina Beach for a 10 a.m.
class. Bring your own mat
and towel - all levels welcome.
Paddleboard - Explore
the water off Boca Chica and
learn basic paddling techniques. Paddleboard classes
are every other Friday. The
next class is Jan. 30. Class is
from 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. at the
Boca Chica Marina. Register
24 hours before class at the
Boca Chica Fitness Center
or call (305) 293-2480 to
reserve a board.
Boot camp - Challenge
yourself by exercising outof-doors using your own
body weight, tires, pull-up
bars and more. Join the
group every Thursday from
6 - 7 a.m. starting Thursday
at the Boca Chica Fitness
track. For more information call (305) 293-2480
or email [email protected]
gmail.com.
Cardio kickboxing Punch and kick your way to
a leaner, healthier you. This
cardio class will improve
endurance and burn fat.
Classes start Saturday and
then meet on Mondays
5:15 - 6:05 p.m. at the Boca
Chica Fitness Center. For
more information call (305)
293-2480 or email [email protected]
Personal Injury Law
Ron Solomon, Lawyer
509 Whitehead Street, Suite 3
Key West, Florida 33040
tel: 305.517.6466 • fax: 305.509.7669
[email protected]
www.TheSolomonFirmKW.com
401801
Marina with a card.
• Wednesday - Card Night
continued from page 6
in 1351 at 6 p.m.
• Jan. 31 - Dolphin Mall
Trip, Dave & Busters Trip,
• Saturday - “Annabelle” (R)
$10.
at 6 p.m.
• Jan. 31 - “The Best of Me”
(PG-13) at 1 p.m.
Miami Heat tickets
• Jan. 31 - “Dracula Untold”
(PG-13) at 6 p.m.
MWR is selling Miami
Heat basketball tickets
Trumbo Pool hours for the 2014-2015 season.
Tickets for the following
The Trumbo Pool is open games are in section 102.
Fridays and Saturdays from Liberty tickets, for regis11 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sundays tered single or unaccompafrom noon - 5 p.m. For more nied Sailors E-6 and below,
information, call (305) 293- are $85. All-hands tickets
are $90.
4324.
• Feb. 21 - New Orleans
Pelicans
Sigsbee Marina
• Feb. 28 - Atlanta Hawks
hours
• March 7 - Sacramento
Kings
The Sigsbee Marina’s
winter hours are 7:45 a.m. • March 29 - Detroit Pistons
- 5 p.m. until March 1. The • April 11 - Toronto Raptors
Sigsbee Marina has added
a number of new paddle Youth Center
boards and kayaks to their
fleet. Patrons can also rent
The MWR Youth Center
fishing gear, snorkeling on Sigsbee Park serves
gear, and center console or dependents of active duty,
skiff boats. For additional retired military, Reservists
information contact the and DOD civilians ages 10 marina at (305) 293-4434.
18. The facility is open after
school Monday - Thursday
until 8 p.m., Friday after
Liberty activities
school until 9 p.m. and
The Liberty Single Sailor Saturday from 1 - 9 p.m.
Program is open to all single For information on how to
or unaccompanied active register your child call (305)
duty military personnel 293-4437.
The Youth Center also has
E-6 and below. Visit us on
Facebook at “MWR Liberty a closed Facebook group
Key West” and request to be online for children and paradded to the closed Liberty ents to join - NAS Key West
Group. For additional infor- Youth Center. A request
mation email naskwliber- must be submitted to be
[email protected] or call (305) invited into the group.
293-2682 or (305) 797-4468.
• Friday - Volunteer oppor- Sunset Lounge
tunity - Family Movie
Night.
The Sunset Lounge on
• Saturday - Volunteer Sigsbee Park offers enteropportunity - Habitat for tainment as well as drink
Humanity.
specials and an updated
• Tuesday - 50 percent off menu. Every Friday come
gear rental at Boca Chica see DJ Gunz from 6 - 9 p.m.
MWR
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8 • Southernmost Flyer • January 23, 2015
Sailors put auto skills to use
STORY AND PHOTOS BY MC1 (SW/AW) BRIAN MORALES
Southernmost Flyer
B
The Auto Skills Center, Bldg. A- 730, Boca Chica Field, is open to active duty, retirees and DOD
employees.
eing in Key West, you have limited options as to your automobile diagnostics and mechanical solutions, said DC2 Frank Gomez, a Morale,
Welfare and Recreation Auto Skills Center mechanic aboard Boca
Chica Field.
”When I took the orders to Key West, I didn’t really know that I was going to
be working at an auto hobby shop,” said Gomez, who is working out-of-rate,
but in a field he’s interested in, during his tour at Naval Air Station Key West.
With the limited selection of vehicle services around the Lower Keys, the
on-base Auto Skills Center assists patrons with oil changes, tire changes, tire
mount and balance, starter changes and even engine swaps.
“Our shop operates mainly as a self-help center. Patrons can come in and
do their own work if they know how to and we rent out stalls and tools,” said
Arthur Davis, Auto Skills Center manager.
According to Davis, labor costs in town can range between $80 - $140 an
hour; using the Auto Skills Center can save patrons on those costs.
The center’s mechanics assist an average of 35 customers per week in a shop
that has four entry-level maintenance bays for quick services. The facility also
has two advanced project bays for advanced services, such as an engine swap.
Patrons can bring their vehicles to Bldg. A-730, Boca Chica Field, 10 a.m. - 6
p.m. Tuesday - Friday and 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Saturday.
“A lot of people say they love their job in the Navy but I very well might be
the luckiest guy in the Navy right now,” Gomez added.
For more information, call the Auto Skills Center (305) 293-2615.
Auto Skills Center Manager Art Davis researches available parts to order.
DC2 Frank Gomez makes valve adjustments on a 1980
Mercedes Benz.
MM3 Derak Bell operates the lift in a maintenance bay.
January 23, 2015 • Southernmost Flyer • 9
NAS Key West Sailors celebrate MLK
FROM NAS KEY WEST PUBLIC AFFAIRS
N
aval Air Station Key West’s Multicultural Heritage Committee hosted an observation Wednesday
honoring Martin Luther King Jr. in Bldg. A-515, Boca Chica Field.
Multicultural Heritage Committee President MM1 Juliana Gomez welcomed guests and introduced Chaplain Lt. Ethan Everts for the delivery of the invocation, followed by MA1 Justin Sosa reading the
poem “Standing Tall.”
The Rev. Gwendolyn Magby and Elder Hayward Magby returned as guests for the ceremony.
Gwendolyn Magby is the co-founder of the current Interfaith Ministerial Alliance and chairperson of the
Martin Luther King Jr. scholarship prayer breakfast. Hayward Magby is a retired U. S. Air Force staff sergeant.
“If we don’t practice what we’ve been given and if we do not stand for what we believe, we will lose it,” said
Hayward Magby referring to King’s ‘Dream’ for the country. “This country is very young. There’s no other
country like it. And you, sitting here, are the backbone of this country.”
AC1 Vleet Roberts and AC3 Katrisha Baham sang “We Shall Overcome” after Hayward Magby’s remarks.
The observance of King’s birthday was established in 1983 and falls on third Monday in January.
Remembrance ceremonies focus on King’s legacy of change through the principles of non-violence.
The constant theme for King’s observance is “Remember. Celebrate. Act. A Day On, Not a Day Off.”
The theme is a reminder that King’s holiday is a day for community and humanitarian service, activities
and programs.
U.S. Navy photo by MC1 (SW/AW) Brian Morales
Elder Hayward Magby speaks at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
observation on Boca Chica Field.
U.S. Navy photo by MC1 (SW/AW) Brian Morales
MA1 Justin Sosa reads the poem “Standing Tall.”
U.S. Navy photo by MC1 (SW/AW) Brian Morales
From left, AC3 Katrisha Baham and AC1 Vleet Roberts sing “We Shall Overcome” during the observation.
10 • Southernmost Flyer • January 23, 2015
CNP
continued from page 1
“There are exceptions,”
Moran noted, “but on average, the opportunity to
advance is high.” Seabee
ratings, for example, have
suffered from cuts over the
past several years, but that is
“leveling out” now.
Moran noted that, unlike
other branches of the armed
forces, the Navy is growing,
looking to add approximately 5,000 Sailors over the next
five years. Growth in cyber
and unmanned systems
as well as ship manning is
partly responsible for that
growth.
Not as healthy is the
Navy’s recent deployment
cycle, which had ships
deployed for up to nine or
10 months at a time and in
some cases on back-to-back
rotations. One Sailor asked
the CNP how and when the
Navy was going to get back a
more “normal” operational
tempo.
Moran said that the current 10-month deployment
of the USS Carl Vinson is
the last longer-than-normal
deployment the Navy will
schedule.
“The Chief of Naval
Operations is committed to
seven-month deployments,
and that’s what we’re going
to do,” he said. By 2016,
most ships will be back to
seven-month deployment
schedules.
Moran and Beldo also
addressed Navy testing
requirements, options of
Sailors who are undesignated, Reserve and active duty
integration and diversity
training in the Fleet.
“Our focus, when it comes
to diversity, all diversity,
should be on our core values,” Moran said when asked
about diversity training.
“Doing the right thing for
the right reasons; you have
to believe it. If you don’t
believe it, please, go find
another job.”
NAS Classifieds
FOR SALE
Furniture: Three piece bar/tavern
set, $200; grandfather clock, $600;
king-size bedroom set w/mattress,
box spring, dresser and two end
tables, $800; hand-painted breakfront, $400; Verizon Motorola Droid
Razr Maxx,$150; Ethan Allen antique
pine furniture, $200. Items can be
viewed on Key West Craigslist. Call
(305) 453-6161.
2003 Cedar Creek 5th wheel camper, model M-304LBS. Excellent condition. Asking $10,000. Call (774)
264-0415. Located on Big Coppitt.
HELP WANTED
The Navy Exchange and Navy
Lodge want you - to serve our
military and grow your career! Full
time (35-40 hours) and flex time (20
hours) positions are available: NEX
customer service; and Navy Lodge
front desk and housekeeping attendant. Excellent benefits. Prospective
employees must pass a background
check and have open availability to
qualify. Go to www.NavyExchange.
jobs for details.
NAS KEY WEST CLASSIFIEDS
are free for active-duty and retired
personnel, their families and civilian
base employees only. Deadline for
FOR RENT
submissions is noon the Tuesday
Home in Big Pine Key, available
prior to that Friday’s issue. Make
Feb. 1, $1,700 a month, F/S required.
submissions to the NAS Key West
Prefer military on one-year lease.
Public Affairs Office by email, jolene.
3BR/2BA, 2 living rooms, 2 kitchens,
[email protected]; mail, P.O. Box 9001,
laundry room, boat shed, workshop, Key West, FL 33040-9001; or fax subnew dock with davits and boat lift on missions to (305) 293-2627. Unless
a large lot. Partially furnished. Call otherwise directed, ads will run for
(305) 731-4057 for viewing.
four issues. Name and phone number
Furnished 2BR/2BA in Seaside must accompany all requests in order
Resort, Lot 22, 55 Boca Chica Road. for them to be considered for publica$1,200 plus utilities. Two people max, tion. For more information, call (305)
293-2425.
no pets. Call (305) 294-8983.
U.S. Navy photo
An F/A-18F Super Hornet completes the 200,000th arrested landing aboard Theodore
Roosevelt.
Landing
continued from page 3
[foreign object debris] so
aircraft can land safely,”
said ABHN Gabriel Uriva,
an aft-spotter in Pri-Fly. “It
feels great to see how the
TR team came together to
get this done.”
The Sailors who operate TR’s arresting gears
plan on celebrating the
momentous event with
a cake cutting ceremony,
and handing out pieces of
the arresting wire as souvenirs.
“We stripped the arresting wire that was used
in the 200,000th landing
and we are going to cut it
up and give it back to the
troops to show them our
appreciation,” said Gaston.
“This is a benchmark
for the ship,” said Grieco.
“People see our aircraft
carrier and see an amazing
piece of equipment that
can support our nation
but don’t realize that she
is only half way through
her lifespan and has landed an incredible 200,000
airplanes. So in the years
to come, with TR moving
forward, she will likely
land upwards of 400,000
airplanes before she is
decommissioned.”
January 23, 2015 • Southernmost Flyer • 11
KEYSWIDE
CLASSIFIEDS
000
KEYSWIDE CLASSIFIEDS ARE NOW WORLDWIDE
keysnews.com/classifieds
ANNOUNCEMENTS
010....................................Public Notices
020............................Volunteers Wanted
030...............................................Travel
040.........................................Personals
050....................................Lost & Found
060..........................................Pets Found
100
SERVICES
110..............................Child/Adult Care
112...................................Money To Lend
120............................Private Instruction
130................................Mortgage Broker
200
EMPLOYMENT
210........................................Jobs Wanted
220...............Help Wanted Lower Keys
NOTICE TO
ADVERTISERS
In case of errors,
please check your ad
the first day it appears. In the event of
an error, we are responsible for the first
incorrect insertion of
an ad. The Citizen
does not assume responsibility for any
reason beyond the
cost of the ad itself.
CANCELLATIONS
All word ad rates are
placement fees and
non-refundable
(for
frequency days canceled). Ads may be
removed from publication with placement fee remaining.
CHANGES
Once an ad has been
placed only acceptable minor changes
can be made to the
ad.
220 HELP WANTED
LOWER KEYS
The Pier House
Resort & Spa
is seeking POSITIVE
people!
Parking/Security
Attendant- $12
400
MERCHANDISE
402.......................................Roommates
404............................Rooms Lower Keys
406..........................Rooms Middle Keys
408............................Rooms Upper Keys
410...............Mobile Homes Lower Keys
412.............Mobile Homes Middle Keys
414...............Mobile Homes Upper Keys
416........Furnished Condos Lower Keys
417....Unfurnished Condos Lower Keys
418........................Condos Middle Keys
420..........................Condos Upper Keys
422............Furnished Apts. Lower Keys
424...........Furnished Apts. Middle Keys
426............Furnished Apts. Upper Keys
428................Unfurn. Apts. Lower Keys
430...............Unfurn. Apts. Middle Keys
432................Unfurn. Apts. Upper Keys
434.................Furn. Houses Lower Keys
436................Furn. Houses Middle Keys
438................Furn.. Houses Upper Keys
440.............Unfurn. Houses Lower Keys
300
RENTALS
305......................................................Pets
310..................................Sporting Goods
315...............................................Bicycles
320..............................Household Goods
321...........................................Furniture
325...................................Miscellaneous
327...............................................Jewelry
329.....................................Yard Sale Map
330.......................Yard Sales Lower Keys
331.....................Yard Sales Middle Keys
332.......................Yard Sales Upper Keys
335...........................................Antiques
337....................................................Art
338...............................................Fine Art
340.........................Musical Instruments
345.........................................Appliances
350...............................Office Equipment
351.........................................Electronics
355....................................Wanted to Buy
442...........Unfurn. Houses Middle Keys
444.............Unfurn. Houses Upper Keys
446..............Wanted To Rent Lower Keys
448............Wanted To Rent Middle Keys
450..............Wanted To Rent Upper Keys
451.....................Mobile Home/RV Sites
452............Vacation Rentals Lower Keys
454..........Vacation Rentals Middle Keys
456............Vacation Rentals Upper Keys
458..............Vacation Rentals Elsewhere
460..........................Commercial Rentals
462.......................................Office Space
464...............................................Storage
513........................................Timeshares
514..........................Condos Lower Keys
516.........................Condos Middle Keys
518..........................Condos Upper Keys
520...........................Homes Lower Keys
522..........................Homes Middle Keys
524...........................Homes Upper Keys
Commercial
526......................Business Opportunity
528...............................Business Wanted
530.......................................Investments
532................................Income Property
534.......................Commercial Property
Other Real Estate
536...............Lots & Acreage Lower Keys
538.............Lots & Acreage Middle Keys
REAL ESTATE
540...............Lots & Acreage Upper Keys
542...............................Realty Elsewhere
Mobile Homes
502........................................ Lower Keys 544...................................Realty Wanted
504.......................................Middle Keys
506........................................Upper Keys
AUTOS/
508................................ Lots Lower Keys
510............................... Lots Middle Keys TRANSPORTATION
512................................ Lots Upper Keys Autos/Trucks
610................................................Trucks
Homes For Sale
500
600
615..................................Auto Financing
620....................................Autos For Sale
622.....................................SUVs For Sale
625.....................................Classic Autos
630....................................Autos Wanted
640..........................................Auto Parts
645.............................Heavy Equipment
Recreation
650.............................................Scooters
652.......................................Motorcycles
654....................................Travel Trailers
656............................................Campers
658...........................RVs/Motor Homes
660....................................Marine Needs
661....................................Marine Parts
662.......................................Powerboats
664............................................Sailboats
665.......................................Houseboats
667.........................................Misc. Boats
669.............................Dockage/Storage
670.............................................Aviation
900
LEGALS
220 HELP WANTED
LOWER KEYS
220 HELP WANTED
LOWER KEYS
220 HELP WANTED
LOWER KEYS
220 HELP WANTED
LOWER KEYS
220 HELP WANTED
LOWER KEYS
220 HELP WANTED
LOWER KEYS
220 HELP WANTED
LOWER KEYS
F&B Supervisor AM &
PM- $14.50
Host/ess- $10
Certified MixologistBase + tips
Server- Base + tips
Do you want to make
a difference?
a must
*Bilingual skills an
added bonus
*Competitive pay and
benefits. Resumes to
[email protected]
EOE.
Counter sales person
with knowledge of
HVAC, Electrical or
Mechanical Supplies
needed. M-F FT.
Please apply in person
at 311 Margaret St. or
send resume to
[email protected]
Driver / Yardworker
Overseas Lumber
Supply
Is now accepting
applications for
employment at our
Big Pine facility.
Applicant must have a
current Class B CDL
license, be able to
load/unload building
materials and work
daily outside. This
position is full time with
competitive pay and
excellent benefits.
Apply in person at
30251 Overseas Hwy,
Big Pine Key. EOE
EXPERIENCE TREE
TRIMMER/ CLIMBER
with landscaping
experience. Fulltime,
bucket truck
experienced.
Background check,
Drivers License.
Please call
305-735-4656.
Experienced
maintenance person
needed for a busy
hotel. No drugs or
alcohol. Must be
physically capable and
able to lift at least 50
pounds. Apply in
person at 1015
Fleming Street.
Independent
Contractors
Massage Therapist
Esthetician
Please, forward your
resume to
[email protected]
or stop by to complete
an application.
Only qualified
applicants will be
considered.
DION QUIK MARTS
is currently accepting
applications for:
Store Managers - Big
Pine and Marathon
Assistant Managers
Sales Associates
Qualified applicants
will be energetic,
positive, enjoy working
with the public, and
have a can-do-attitude.
Applicants must be
able to work nights and
weekends and have
2-3 year previous
retail. All interested
candidates can stop by
Dion’s Main Office, 638
United Street, Key
West or e-mail Kristie
Hernandez at
[email protected]
DIONLLC.com
EOE/ Drug Free
Workplace
Medicaid Eligibility and
Denial Solutions
(M.E.D.S.), seeks a FT
candidate in Key West,
FL.
*Assist individuals with
Medicaid applications
onsite at a medical
facility.
*Variable schedule
working between the
hours of 8am-8pm
weekdays and some
Saturdays.
*Social service and/or
medical office
background are +s.
*Strong clerical skills
Carpenter and
Laborer
Must have valid
driver’s license and
transportation
305-797-5323
CLEANING TEAM
NEEDS HELPERS
Fulltime, part-time
temporary
or permanent.
Social Security number
fluent English,
own transportation.
305-290-0009.
Art Framer Wanted:
Alan Maltz Gallery
seeks motivated
individual for full-time
art framing position.
Experience preferred.
Email resume to
[email protected]
or call 305-294-0005.
KEYSWIDE
CLASSIFIED
305.292.7777
Magazine Designer
Customer Service
The Key West Citizen is now taking
applications for a qualified and
professional individual to provide
support and assistance as a
customer service clerk.
Hours are 8-5, Monday-Friday
Person will report to the
Circulation Dept.
No phone calls please.
Please stop by The Key West Citizen
at 3420 Northside Dr., Key West, FL
to talk with Claudia Harrell
EOE
399336
010 PUBLIC NOTICE
230..............Help Wanted Middle Keys
240.................Help Wanted Upper Keys
®
The Keys Only Online Daily Newspaper
The Key West Citizen is looking for a
creative designer to layout and design our
multiple magazines in the Florida Keys.
Must be experienced in layout of editorial
content & ad placement.
Strong knowledge of typography and
Macintosh publishing applications; Adobe
InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustator. You
need to be highly organized, have a
keen attention to details and the ability to
manage multiple projects under deadlines
simultaneously.
Interested candidates should email cover
letter and resume to [email protected],
attn; Tommy Todd.
399314
Announce it in Keyswide Classifieds!
Call 292-7777 ext.3
Key West Little Conch Baseball is looking for umpires and
scorekeepers for the upcoming season. Prefer high school age
or older to apply.
Previous umpiring or scorekeeping experience is beneficial, but
not required, but applicants must understand the game. Training
will be provided. We will monitor your progress and provide
feedback. You will continue to learn throughout the season,
and will be expected to share your game experiences with your
fellow umpires and scorekeepers.
Those applying must be responsible, reliable and enthusiastic,
and be willing to learn and work to improve.
Scorekeepers will have the important responsibility of tabulating
league statistics on a weekly basis, and forwarding that
information to league officials.
The season starts Feb. 7. Preseason preparations will begin the
first week of January.
Those interested should contact Director of Umpires Gary E.
Maitland by calling 334-717-1533, or by sending an email to
garymaitland21[email protected]
399302
12 • Southernmost Flyer • January 23, 2015
KEYSWIDE CLASSIFIEDS ARE NOW WORLDWIDE
keysnews.com/classifieds
The Keys Only Online Daily Newspaper
220 HELP WANTED
LOWER KEYS
220 HELP WANTED
LOWER KEYS
220 HELP WANTED
LOWER KEYS
220 HELP WANTED
LOWER KEYS
220 HELP WANTED
LOWER KEYS
220 HELP WANTED
LOWER KEYS
220 HELP WANTED
LOWER KEYS
428 UNFURNISHED
APTS. LOWER KEYS
Finance Specailist
Salary Range
$43,161 - $65,047
LINE COOK WANTED
Are you a line cooking
ninja? Do you take
pride in your work? If
so we are looking for
people who want to be
trained and learn more
skills and strive to take
the bosses job. If your
that motivated stop by
The Stoned Crab
before 10 am and after
2pm. We have days
and nights available for
a line cook warrior!
Insulation Installers
Experienced
Transportation a must!
305-797-6498
GUEST ROOM
ATTENDANT
Historic Key West Inns
is seeking a Room
Attendant. Position
requires excellent
cleaning ability &
attention to detail.
Good communication
skills are required.
Please apply at 725
Truman Ave.
HOSPITALITY
OPPORTUNITIES
In the Beautifully
Renovated
La Concha Hotel
TELLER
Keys Federal
Credit Union
At least one year
customer service, cash
handling and
excellent 10-key
skills required.
HS diploma or
equivalent required.
Apply at
www.keysfcu.org
Fax application to
305-293-6056. E.O.E.
The Inn At Key West
*Lead Engineer
*Lobby Ambassador
*Server
*Front Desk Agent
Complete application
at 3420 N. Roosevelt
Blvd.or email:
justinclark
@theinnatkeywest.com
EOE
OLD TOWN
The Florida Keys
Aqueduct Authority is
looking for a Finance
Specialist to process
financial accounts and
records. Must have an
Associates Degree
(2 year college) with
college level course
work in accounting; or
equivalent four year
combination of
education, training
and experience which
provides the requisite
knowledge, skills, and
abilities for this job.
Must exhibit initiative,
common sense and a
willingness to lead by
example. Must be
proficient in Word and
Excel. Must possess
the ability to perform
critical research and
the ability to adapt
quickly to process and
software changes.
Must demonstrate
appropriate grammar
and computer skills.
Must communicate
clearly. Must be
comfortable using
computers, computer
software and standard
office machine &
equipment.
Apply online at
www.fkaa.com
Deadline: 01/28/15
EEO, VPE, ADA
FRONT DESK
The Gardens Hotel has
a part-time Front Desk
position available.
Come work with a fun
team! Please apply in
person 526 Angela
Street.
GUEST SERVICE
AGENT NEEDED
Historic Key West Inn
is currently seeking a
talented individual to fill
a position at our front
desk. Excellent sales
and communication
skills are a
requirement. We offer
a competitive starting
salary, medical and
dental benefits
available. Must be able
to work evenings and
weekends. Apply at the
Key Lime Inn,
725 Truman Avenue
Maintenance
Assistant
Monroe County
Sheriff's Office is
looking for a
Maintenance Assistant.
Job requires working in
confined setting of the
Monroe County
Detention Center.
Some working
knowledge of the
methods, practices,
materials, tools, and
equipment necessary
for installation,
maintenance and
repair of equipment
and facility structure in
a large facility as well
as various other
systems necessary are
required. Having
knowledge in the use
of technology of both
camera system and
computers is a plus.
Work conducted in
close contact with
inmates and also
requires safety
responsibility of
employees and
inmates. Qualifications
Required: High School
Diploma or equivalent;
minimal experience
working with electrical,
carpentry, plumbing,
buffing, stripping floors
and painting. The
Salary is $ 30,739.00.
Applicants must fill out
the online
pre-application at:
www.keysso.net and
Submit resumes to
[email protected]
or fax to
(305) 292-7159.
Charles Slebodnick
may be contacted at
(305) 292-7044.
EOE/AAP
A.H. of Monroe
County
Medical Case
Manager
Candidate should be
patient focused,
determined, self
motivated, reliable and
detail oriented. Floridalicensed RN with at
least two-years case
management
experience required, or
a College degree from
an accredited
University in a social
science or related field.
Familiarity with
HIV/AIDS care issues
preferred, and bi-lingual preferred. A. H. of
Monroe County is an
equal opportunity
employer and
drug-free environment.
Email
resume and cover
letter to Joy
Thompson,
[email protected]
MASSAGE
THERAPIST
Part Time,daytime and
evenings in Medical
Office. Resumes or
applications to:
Tropical Wellness, Dr.
Floyd, 2784 N.
Roosevelt, Winn Dixie
Plaza. No calls, no
faxes,no mail.
MEDICAL
ASSISTANT
For fast growing
private internal
medicine practice.
Please e-mail
your resume to
[email protected]
MEDICAL OFFICE
Busy medical office in
need of a part-time
front desk person.
Must have medical
office/front desk
experience and
knowledge of
computer applications.
Successful candidate
will be required to
multi-task and interact
with patients and staff
in a professional
manner. Please fax or
email resumes and
references to:
305-296-2444
[email protected]
No Phone Calls Please
MEDICAL OFFICE
FRONT DESK
Part Time,daytimes
and evenings in
Medical Office.
Resumes or
applications to:
Tropical Wellness, Dr.
Floyd, 2784 N.
Roosevelt, Winn Dixie
Plaza. No calls, no
faxes,no mail.
MEL FISHER'S
TREASURES
Experienced sales
persons wanted for our
two gift stores. Full or
part time. Hourly plus
commission. Position
may require evening or
weekend hours.
Benefits for full time
include health/dental
insurance and 401K.
Drug free work place.
Send resume to
[email protected]
Monroe
Association for
ReMARCable Citizens,
Inc. is hiring for the
following positions:
In-Home Support
Trainer, Residential
Services Assistant,
and On-Call
Substitutes,
Involves hands-on
training and support to
disabled clients.
HSD/GED & 1 year
supervised experience
in a related field.
Background screening,
valid FL DL with a
clean driving record,
and references
required. Min age 21,
must have good
computer skills and
speak English. For
more information and
an application, visit
marchouse.org to
download an
application, email
[email protected],
or stop by our
offices at
1401 Seminary Street,
Mon-Fri,.EOE
*Lead Therapist
*Admin/Reservations
* Front Desk Agent
*Lead Engineer
*Bell/Valet
*Starbucks Supervisor
* Houseaid
*Overnight Lobby
Pick up an application
at the front desk of
Crowne Plaza
La Concha
430 Duval St.
No phone calls please.
EOE
The Sheraton Suites
Key West
Is currently looking to
fill the following
positions:
*PBX Operator - F/T
Rental Booth Agent
Hydrothunder is
looking for a
professional rental
booth agent for our
scooter and car
locations, must be a
multi-tasker and
people person for a
high volume fast paced
rental company.
Apply at 601 Front St.
Scooter booth
with valid DL
SECURITY
Busy Duval St. bar has
an opening for full-time
Security position.
Apply in person
427 Caroline St.
SOUTHERNMOST
HOTEL
COLLECTION
Has the following
positions available:
-Room Attendant
- Pool Attendant/
Activities
- Guest Services Agent
- Guest Relations
- Bell Person
- Busser/Runner
-Server
-Front Desk Supervisor
-Public Area Attendant/
Laundry Attendant
Southernmost is an
EOE M/F/D/V
Please apply at:
www.highgatecareers.com
Form Carpenters,
Rod Busters
and Helpers
Commercial form
work in Marathon.
305-296-0305
305-797-0005
337 ART
*Cook - F/T
MOPED HOSPITAL
Scooter Rental front
desk person. PT
must have admin
experience.
305-296-33444.
230 HELP WANTED
MIDDLE KEYS
*Room Service/Busser - F/T
*Pool Concierge F/T or P/T
The Sheraton Suites
Key West offer
competitive pay,
benefits to full-time
employees and growth
opportunity.
*EOE & Drug Free
Work Place
Apply in person at:
2001 South Roosevelt
Blvd. M-F, 10 am - 4
pm or e-mail to:
[email protected]
Five Mario Sanchez
prints with original
signatures. Matted and
framed. $200 each;
$900 for all.
305-304-1809
404 ROOMS
LOWER KEYS
Clean Old Town
Room
$275 to $300 for
1 person per week,
1 week deposit,
4 week minimum Own
entrance, own bath, full
kitchen, a/c, cable TV,
W/D, WIFI. Security
camera. No drugs or
alcohol. Sorry no pets.
305-293-9400
Spacious efficiency
apt. w/ washer/dryer;
Pets considered.
Available March.
$1650/mo + elec.
2/2 apt. in historic
building w/ central AC.
Available
February. Sorry no
pets. $2000/mo
+ $40 cable
+ Water & elec.
See pictures & more
properties @
www.athomekeywest.com
AT HOME IN
KEY WEST
888-337-9029
2BR/2BA
Canal front home for
rent in Key West with
dock. Yearly lease
$3,000 per month.
Available February 1st.
Call Michael
(305)797-7023.
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now!
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here!
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520 HOMES
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520 HOMES
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526 BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITY
3BR/3BA HOUSE
in Key West Coral
Hammock with
Community Pool
available Jan.1st
$3,000/month
Call (757)630-2003
*Drastically Reduced*
New Key West Home
This beautiful 3/2 is
built on a huge 10,000
sq ft lot with room for a
pool and existing
foundation for a guest
cottage. Built above
flood stage.
Very low insurance.
Only asking 675K.
Call Joe Cleghorn at
305-301-7110
For Sale By Owner
Asking $326,000
"AS IT IS"
2016 Patterson Ave.
352-529-0078.
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enhance the quality of
life of service members
and their families. For
more info contact the
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(305)293-2503 or
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RENTALS
EXCELLENT
AFFORDABLE
DOWNTOWN
OFFICE SPACE
All inclusive offices just
steps from Duval
Street. The rents start
at $500.00 a month for
all inclusive space
except phone/internet.
Please call
Ralph Sanchez
Century 21 All Keys Inc
(305) 304-0090
BRAND NEW
WATERFRONT
Big Coppitt Key.
3BR/2BA, Call for
details. 305-923-4153.
BRAND NEW
OCEANFRONT
Baypoint. 3BR/2BA,
Call for details.
305-923-4153.
KW - 1800 sq.ft.
Double corner ocean
front unit, 3BR/2BA,
large kitchen, dining
room and den.
Spectacular beach
views. $825,000.
Brother Owned
305-587-3483.
526 BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITY
The Morale
Welfare and
Recreation
Department at Naval
Air Station Key West
is soliciting sponsors
[email protected]
Old Town Operating
Brewery
190 seat restaurant,
bar and catering.
11,000 sq.ft. multi level
facility - garden/AC,
dining. Cruise ship and
resort hotels location
garden/AC dining. $4.9
mill. Raymond Capas
Realtor 305-587-3483.
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Commercial RE and
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3845 Seaside Dr.
3 Commercial Units in
Seaside Community.
Free Standing Bldg
803 Whitehead St.
2 spaces for lease.
450 SF each
Big Pine Shopping
Center
Space Available,
1,200 SF
Contact Claude J.
Gardner, Jr. or
Will Langley
305-766-3133,
Prudential Knight &
Gardner Realty
# 1 in KEY WEST
commercial sales and
lease volume in 2013
and for the last 10
years combined.
Sold over $1 Billion.
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725 Caroline St.
-KW Seaport
150 Seat Restaurant.
Call for Details
423 Front St.- $65 PSF
Perfect Retail Space
2700 SF
Armory Building- 600
White St.
Downstairs Space
Available- 3,510 SF
Dinner Cruise
Business
30 Pas. Certified
vessel included
6 Full Size Key West
ROGO w/ Transient
Licenses for Sale
610 TRUCKS
2006 GMC TRUCK
Extended cab,
under 76,000 miles,
bedliner, tool box.
305-393-3093.
620 AUTOS FOR SALE
2007 NISSAN
MURANO,
115K mi. great
condition, AWD, back
up camera, new tires,
very well maintained,
all records. $8000.
located in big pine.
702-824-2178.
652 MOTORCYCLES
2006 HARLEY
DAVISON SPORTER
883 660 Miles, lot
chrone, straight pipes,
sound awesome.
$4,000.
(305)849-3120.
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mend the appropriate fitness
approach.
For weight management, an
eight-week ShipShape program
- open to active duty, retirees
and family members - is offered
by appointment.
The program promotes
healthy lifestyle practices,
weight loss and nutrition education. Participants learn and
practice healthy dieting techniques, setting individual goals,
dealing with high emotional
and social situations, behavior
change assessments, and prob-
lem solving.
And for patients who wish to
quit smoking, Health Promotions offers tobacco cessation
classes to help them become
tobacco free and stay the course.
For more information on
health programs and classes or
to schedule an appointment,
call NBHC Key West’s Health
Promotions at (305) 293-4844.
The individual’s Medical
Home Port team can also assist
with information and resources
for a healthier lifestyle. Other
DOD tools and resources can
be found at Operation Live Well:
www.health.mil/MilitaryHealth-Topics/Operation-LiveWell.