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ISLAND SUN - NOVEMBER 18, 2016
Top 10 Real Estate Sales
Courtesy of Royal Shell Real Estate
To advertise in the Island Sun
Days On Market
Dunes at Sanibel Island
BOATS - CANOES - KAYAKS
Hourly, Daily, Weekly
Captiva Island 472-5800
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Hobie Odyssey 2-person kayak, 14 ft.,
Golden Papaya, deluxe seats and 2 life
vests. Used twice, like new. Rooftop pad
and straps included. $1,600 package new.
Make reasonable offer. 239-210-8488.
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SERVERS & BARISTAS
Part Time Evening And Weekend Front
End Associates Needed. Looking for
energetic, personable, and fun
individuals, with open availability
Monday through Sunday.
If interested call and ask for
John, Norm Sarah 472-9300 .
1700 Periwinkle Way
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Live on the Island and looking
for PT work 2-3 days per week.
Flexible schedule. Call 472-4886.
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All around person for small Captiva Resort.
Duties will include Front Desk Customer
Service and also working outside in marina
operations. Pleas call 470-5389
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ESTATE MOVING SALE
Antiques, oriental rugs, limited edition
Ikki Matsamoto engravings, white wicker
furniture, oil paintings, hard cover nautical
quarterly (1980s - 1990s), leather bound
books, nice household and more.
Nov. 18-1910a.m. - 3 p.m.
The Dunes 975 Sand Castle Road
Cash or checks only
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White wicker 6-piece outdoor furniture set
Four chairs, one 36” table, one 10” table
Original cost $4,000; selling for $1,400
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GOD BLESS AMERICA
Lydia and Paul Cook
FOR 11 GREAT YEARS!
AUCTION & CONSIGNMENT
is now online at
under www.EBTH.com Get auction prices
on all antiques, sealife jewelry, nautical
items. Ikki Matsumoto island themed
prints & Sanibel seashells.
God Bless American & our loyal friends!
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From page 15B
April 2017, includes: The Official Blues
Brothers Review, An Evening with John
Sebastian, The Second City and Zuckerman
Trio, featuring the world-renowned violinist,
Dozens of thought-provoking and engaging
films – many seen nowhere else – and eight,
diverse fine arts exhibits, are peppered
throughout the season. BIG ARTS educational
series includes affordable workshops, the BIG
ARTS Forum and morning gatherings entitled
Talking Points, which débuted last year.
“We are very honored to support BIG
ARTS this season as co-presenting sponsor
with our friends at Sanibel Captiva Beach
Resorts. For 16 years, we have supported the
arts on Sanibel and Captiva, and believe that
artistic expression of all kinds inspires those
who live and visit here, as well as elevates
our community as a whole. Our community
has the desire and the talent – BIG ARTS
makes it possible,” said Al Hanser, founder
and chairman of The Sanibel Captiva Trust
“BIG ARTS is an integral part of our
community’s quality of life, and offers residents
and visitors professional cultural opportunities
right in our own backyard,” said Toni Lapi,
chief executive officer of the Sanibel Captiva
Beach Resorts. “We are proud to join with the
Sanibel Captiva Trust Company to not only
continue but to increase our support,” added
Doug Babcock, chief operating officer.
“We are thrilled to welcome old friends
in a new role. The Sanibel Captiva Trust
Company and Sanibel Captiva Beach Resorts
have always been loyal, long-time BIG ARTS
supporters and we applaud their exemplary
civic generosity, and we are deeply grateful for
their increased investment in our mission,” said
Don Rice, president of the BIG ARTS Board.
For information, to purchase tickets, register
for a workshop or make a contribution, visit
www.BIGARTS.org or call 395-0900.
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