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Exchange Club Installs New Officers The Pompano Beach Exchange Club held its annual Installation Dinner at the Hillsboro Club on June 28th. This was an opportunity to recognize outgoing Officers and Board members for their leadership over the past year and install the new members. Scott Alford was honored as

Our Once in a Lifetime Adventure! Tanzania and the Serengeti Article by Pam Euston         Photos by Pam and Donald E. Euston  This article and photographs were submitted to Lighthouse Point Magazine by Donald and Pamela Euston, who have lived in Pompano Beach on Harbor Village Island since 1982, and residents

THANK YOU FOR MAKING OURS THE BEST! “I love your new magazine!” someone exclaimed on the other end of the phone. As you may have noticed, our magazine has taken on the look of some of the finest publications in the industry. It was a wild and whacky ride during


LHP FOOD TRUCK EVENT Photos by Debra Todd On Sunday May 27, the Lighthouse Point Chamber partnered with the Lighthouse Point Cultural Arts Committee to create the “LHP Food Truck Event & Expo. But as 5 P.M. approached, a huge cloud mass began to quickly move in over Frank McDonough Park, as business owners

Dr. Parmenter using Rolfing technique

                      After years of Fruitless Searching,                            Meeting Dr. KeithParmenter was a Revelation! Article by Jon Frangipane             Photos by Debra Todd I’ve been complaining to doctors for over

Cafe de la Place, Montparnasse

Making Paris Your Own Articles and photos by Chris Card Fuller Like falling in love for the first time, when you’re new to Paris, you’re sure that nobody else has ever seen, smelled touched or tasted the city’s essence with such intensity:   Sunset over the choppy blue-gray Seine River,  the

Debbie Edwards, Christian Spieker and Maureen Canada

Nauti Dawg Marina Cafe Article by Linda Kaufman   Photos by Jon Frangipane Nauti Daug, the Key West-style restaurant at the Lighthouse Point Marina opened in October of 2011 to rave reviews. With a charming play on words, the name is perfect for the nautical-theme establishment and its love for

PLAYING BY THE RULES In recent months, a local publishing company “borrowed” Lighthouse Point Magazine’s personal business mailing list for their own use, apparently with the wild and stupid idea they could capture some of my clients. Although I have copies of that particular publication with the mailing company’s postal

Cristina Jean turned 4 on May 21

                        Drake turns 10 on June 7. Grace turned 7 on May 7. Jack turned 5 on May 7. Jaden turns 2 on June 12. Kirra turned 7 on April 30. Mackenzie turned 3 on May 1. Pricilla Elizabeth

Soroptimist Honors a “Woman of Distinction” for Fifth Year at Awards Ceremony  Article by Patty Petrone    Photos by Debra Todd Soroptimist International of Pompano Beach held its annual Awards Ceremony on March 28th at Galuppi’s Restaurant.  The event was sponsored by Florida Shores Bank.  Each year, the Pompano Beach Chapter