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A ‘THANK YOU’ FOR YOUR LOYALTY In this struggling economy, getting as much exposure for a business at the least possible expense is a must. With this in mind, Lighthouse Point Magazine has begun a FREE VIDEO SERVICE available to 95% of our advertisers. This is our way of giving

Come by One or Come by Two, Play Tennis With us and Have a Ball! As we finish our 4th Summer Season, the East Coast Ladies Doubles Summer Tennis League invites everyone to join us next summer for FUN SUMMER TENNIS! We began, as most ideas do, small … and as

Lighthouse Point Magazine wishes these readers a very happy birthday!

Photographs by Debra Todd A visit to Babs Kall’s studio is quite an eye-opener… who knew there were so many techniques to working with glass. Her enthusiasm for her art is contagious, here is her story. Although I am a graphic artist by trade, creating layouts for printed material such

THE BEAUTY AND MAJESTY OF ST. THOMAS                             Story and photos by Jon Frangipane Maintaining a balance is the most important thing in anyone’s life. That fact became very apparent to me as I began preparing for publication of the September issue. On a Monday morning, as I sat at

IGNITING THE FIRE After my interview with Ken Burns and Lynn Novick at Cap’s Place Restaurant in June, the Amish saying, “Ve get too soon oldt, undt too late schmart” keeps running through my brain. Not ever having been a serious student of history, before the interview I was sure

Le Val de Loire is a quaint, unassuming French restaurant and creperie at the Cove Shopping Center in Deerfield Beach. Reminiscent of the casual brasseries in France where the dishes taste as fresh and familiar as home cooked meals, Le Val de Loire’s clients are sure to call the chef

On July 9, Florida Humane Society’s celebrated its first anniver- sary. The event was a huge success with over $8,000 dollars being raised and many area residents and business leaders touring the beautiful new facility for the first time. Demonstrations were performed by bomb sniffing and search and rescue K-9

The theme for the 2011 Lighthouse Point Library Camp, sponsored by Balkan & Patterson, LLP, was Fun & Fitness. Mornings were spent learning about health and nutrition with assistance of teachers from Mad Science. Jill Black, a certified physical education instructor, arrived in the early afternoon each day to lead

SOL CHILDREN THEATRE Acting, Dancing and Singing Their Hearts Out! Interview by Marla Schwartz Photos by Debra Todd Children’s theater has come a long way, since originating in the ecclesiastical schools of Western Europe in the 13th century. A prime example of such an enterprise is The Sol Children Theatre