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New Year 2010 www. marcoreview. com Page 23 What's New? Gettin' Around The Marco Island Princess is back! The new 90ft boat offers nature & history cruises, lunch, sunset and dinner cruises and leaves daily from Rose Marco River Marina. Long established Scootertown is introduc-ing weekend guided bike tours of the island soon. Leaving their new location, at 1095 Bald Eagle, mornings and afternoons they will end at The Snook. There will also be a sunset ride fi nishing at Sunset Grille next to South beach. Details are still in the works, but prices will include bike rental, basket and water. Please call Matt on 394- 8400. A new addition to the rental scene on Marco is ZKScooters, based at Front Street, who are offering scooters and GEM Electric Cars. En-vironmentally friendly and a novel way to get around the island, Gem electric cars are fun and carry up to 4 passengers. Continued from page 8 See page 35 for more! MARCO TOWN CENTER MALL

In 1973, when the Sandpiper was originally born in the Florida Keys, store owner Winifred Reynolds had a vision of creating " a fi ne clothing store for a pleasant shopping experience". By the time she opened the Marco location 20 years ago, she had stores stretching from Key Largo to Naples and, with the help of her daughters Barb Perdue and Sandra P Hawkins, she had made her vision a reality, many times over! Today the Sandpiper is truly a family run business, with three generations involved in the enterprise... Winifred, or Freddie as she is known to her friends, does the buying and fl oats between all of the stores while Barb runs the store in Key Largo, at the Ocean Reef Club, and Sandra takes care of the Marco Island store and its sister store in Naples. Sandra is usually ably assisted by her daughter, Allysa Jo ( Jo Jo) who has been coming to work with her mommy since she was 6 weeks old. Making regular modelling appearances in The Marco Review, Jo Jo's sales career started before she could even sit up! And what better model could you have for the adorable Lilly Pulitzer children's clothes available at Sandpiper? In some of the photos below you can also see her wearing Sandra's cute little handmade barrettes, " Jo Jo's Bows"