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Join Tom and Donna Puma, owners
of Pinocchio’s Original Italian Ice
Cream, at the free potluck dinner
at the Sanibel Community House on
Wednesday, August 26 starting at 6
p.m. They will show you how to turn
a pint or quart of your favorite frozen
confection into a family recipe. Serving
suggestions include Brioche al Gelato
for breakfast, lemon basil sorbetto for
an intermezzo between courses and
sweet endings that are easy to prepare
and guaranteed to please your friends
and family such as frozen confection
Pate Choux, Tuscan gelato cakes and
more. Learn a little about the differ-
ence between ice cream, gelato, frozen
yogurt, sorbet and sherbet and which
frozen confections are best suited to
lactose-free, soy-based and gluten-free
The potluck dinners are held on the
4th Wednesday of every month and
what started as a fun summer event has
become so popular that they will continue
throughout the year. Bring your friends
and neighbors, meet other foodies and
enjoy dinner in your Community House.
Many of the potluck attendees have
joined the Kitchen Guild, a group that
brings together fun loving people who
want to see chef demonstrations, learn
about local products and vendors and
bring cooking experiences to children.
Let The Community House know if you
would like to join the Kitchen Guild.
Bring your favorite potluck item, an
appetizer, salad, vegetable or protein dish
to share with about six people and also
a copy of your recipe, if you would like
to share it. The evening is BYOB, but
water and iced tea will be provided at no
charge. For the this potluck, Pinocchio’s
is advising not to bring a dessert as they
have that covered.
What a great way to meet other
summer residents in an ‘old Sanibel’
setting. The plans for the remodel of
The Community House and the kitchen
are also on display for you to discuss
with members of the Redevelopment
Call for reservations, 472-2155.
The Lee County Mosquito Control
District (LCMCD) provides mos-
quito control for Sanibel and all
of Lee County. Mosquito season typi-
cally runs from May through October
and mosquito activity increases with
rain, particularly after heavy rains that
produce large areas of standing water.
Due to the abundance of mangroves,
wetlands and salt marshes, Sanibel is a
prime breeding ground for mosquitoes.
If you are experiencing a high num-
ber of mosquitoes at your residence,
make a service request at http://www.
PublicServiceRequest/ or contact the
LCMCD directly at 694-2174. If the
LCMCD receives complaints from a spe-
cific area or neighborhood, the district
dispatches personnel to conduct a mos-
quito count and, if warranted, will fog or
spray the area.
For more information regarding mos-
quito control on Sanibel, visit the Lee
County Mosquito Control District’s web-
site at http://www.lcmcd.org/.
Brioche al Gelato
1975-2019 Periwinkle Way
Retail Hours: 10 a.m - 5 p.m. Daily | Restaurant Hours: Cafe’s open 7:30 a.m. • Cheeburger opens 11 a.m.
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Police Report Eight Auto Burglaries,
One Stolen Vehicle On Gulf Drive
The Sanibel Police Department has issued a community alert that during
the late night hours on Tuesday, July 28 and the early morning hours on
Wednesday, July 29, eight vehicle burglaries were reported at local condomin-
iums and resorts between 541 East Gulf Drive and 2445 West Gulf Drive. In addi-
tion, one vehicle was reported stolen at 845 East Gulf Drive. All burglarized vehicles
were left unlocked. The stolen vehicle was left unlocked with the keys in the vehicle.
The Sanibel Police Department advises residents and visitors to keep the windows
rolled up and vehicles locked at all times, even if it’s parked at your own residence.
Also, remove anything of value from plain sight in the passenger compartment and
put them in the trunk to keep them hidden. This includes backpacks, briefcases, cell
phones, laptop computers or any other technological devices.
If you have any information that can assist the Sanibel Police with this investiga-
tion, contact Lieutenant Anthony Thompson at 472-3111 ext. 235 or Detective Mark
Steele at 472-3111 ext. 237. You may also remain anonymous and report informa-
tion with a text message through Crime Tips at C-R-I-M-E-S (274637).
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