Jan Bellows has been practicing veterinary medicine
for thirty years. After attending the University
of Florida, Dr. Bellows graduated from Auburn
University and completed a small animal internship
at the Animal Medical Center in New York City.
Dr. Bellows is not only a general veterinarian
but also a dog and cat board certified specialist
and a veterinary dentist. Helping animals is his
passion. He practices at Hometown Animal Hospital
and Dental Clinic in Weston.
Dr. Bellows and his wife have three children as
well as many four-legged friends.
Milton Blaut is both legal
counsel to the magazine and the co-author of the
popular political column “Point/Counterpoint,”
for which he represents the “Left”.
He is originally from New York City, and has lived
in South Florida since 1976.
has a Juris Doctorate and Masters Degree in Accounting
from Syracuse University, and today specializes
in Personal injury, Wrongful Death, and Medical
Malpractice cases. He has the highest rating given
by Martindale Hubbell - “AV”. He is
a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates,
the American College of Barristers, The American
Societ of Law and Medicine, the Academy of Florida
Trial Lawyers, the Association of Trial Lawyers
of America, and the Broward County Trial Lawyers
Association. Milton has also served on numerous
Florida bar committees, authored various articles
in legal periodicals, and instructed other lawyers
at numerous legal seminars.
is licensed to practice in the states of Florida
and New York, as well as in certain Federal courts.
He has a very active practice, and can be reached
through the paper at firstname.lastname@example.org.
||Robert S. Blumenfeld attended
Northwestern University and is a graduate of the
Case Western Reserve School of Law where he won
the prestigious Finfrock Memorial Award. Robert,
following law school, spent 32 years at the United
States Internal Revenue Service, first in the Cleveland
office, later in the National Office as the senior
estate tax attorney in the Office of the Assistant
Commissioner, International. There he examined the
estate tax returns of the rich and famous. He also
served as a vice president with the National Treasury
Employees Union, the largest national union serving
the interests of in excess of 100,000 federal workers.
Leaving the IRS in 2000, Robert joined the Miami
office of the Holland & Knight law firm. Subsequently
he left the law practice to become a tax consultant,
and associated with several other former IRS employees
assisting taxpayers, law firms, accounting firms
and banks around the country in areas of tax responsibility
focusing on examinations, preparation of estate
tax returns, and repatriation of money from secret
bank accounts in foreign countries.
Robert and his wife Marcy have lived in Weston Hills
for the last five years.. He has two sons who are
both honors students at the University School in
||Bill Boland is the creator
of the BodyFix Method®, a client-driven therapy
based on yoga, Muscle Activation Techniques®,
and the Egoscue Method®. The BodyFix Method®
has been treating people with chronic pain since
1997. The BodyFix Method® is one answer to the
pain and the lack of mobility that each of us feel
at some point in our lives.
Bill was one of the nation's first Clinical
Exercise Specialists, an American Council on Exercise
(ACE) designation. He earned the Egoscue Method®'s
Postural Alignment Specialist designation in 2002.
Bill is also trained in Greg Roskopf's Muscle
Activation Techniques® and has put yoga into
his life and practice since 1987. Prior to establishing
his own practice in 2002, he treated hundreds
of individuals in pain at one of New York's most
highly rated pain management clinics.
For more information and to setup an appointment
with Bill, please go to his web site www.bodyfixmethod.com.
|| Sarah Clemens is a licensed
New York State Special Education teacher. She is
a life long New Yorker and received her BA from
Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, NY, and her
Masters at New York University.
||Aaron Leash is a veterinarian
who moved from snowy Cleveland to sunny Weston in
2003. When he is not busy responding to disasters
with the Veterinary Medical Assistance Team, you
can find him biking, running, in-line skating, swimming,
or playing saxophone with the Broward County Mummer
Judy Paul has been serving the Town of Davie as the District 4 Councilmember since 1998. She retired from the Broward School System in 2002 when she turned 62 to enjoy travel and quiet time, but time constraints due to the increased number of workshops, meetings and pressures of her Town Council duties have limited her anticipated travel time. Judy did manage to get in a long anticipated trip to Alaska, a visit to the new Museum of Native Americans in Washington, DC, Farm Bureau conferences in St. Augustine and Nashville and a fabulous July 4th weekend in Las Vegas.
Judy's life is consumed by her love of animals. Her horses, cats, birds and best buddy Two Step share their home with twelve squirrels, a family of racoons, and a marvelous array of wild birds and butterflies. There are days when stress is released by just observing the hawk on the back fence or the monarch caterpillars devouring every inch of a milkweed plant. Life on her west Davie acre is an escape from the traffic, noise pollution and overdevelopment that surrounds her.
||Art Waganheim has been
a resident of Southwest Broward since 1991. He hails
from Washington, DC where he developed his interest
in politics. He was President of the Southwest Broward
Republican Organization from 2001 - 2003, ran for
the Florida Senate in 2002, chaired President Bush's
2004 Southwest Broward campaign, and was honored
as the Broward County Republican of the Year in
2004. Art holds an MBA from the University of Maryland
and is a partner in two successful South Florida
business equipment dealerships. Art can be reached through his blog at http://waganheim.blogspot.com/.
Dr. Wendy Hirsch Weiner has been an educator and advocate for students in the school system who are not meeting their potential. With her many years of schooling from Tulane, Brandeis and Florida International University, she has gained a wide variety of educational experiences and knowledge to work with all types of learners. Her earned doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction has led her to designing alternative curricula for several institutions including the University of Miami. Dr. Weiner is currently the executive director of Conservatory Prep Senior High in Davie and teaches graduate courses in education at Nova Southeastern University.
Dr. Weiner has been a resident of Davie for the past 15 years and can often be seen around town shuttling her daughters to their various activities. Dr. Weiner can be reached at email@example.com