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inside 8 FUTURE OLYMPIANS Junior Ice Skaters 8 PRESIDENT Jim Norton PUBLISHER Gary Israel EDITORIAL DIRECTOR 11 COCONUT POINT ART FESTIVAL Celebrate Art & The New Year Candy Norton 11 18 20 ART DIRECTOR Alexander Hernandez ADVERTISING SALES Rona Levenson Jill Horowitz Beth Tache WRITERS Laura Cummings Kevin Lane Marla Lazarus Debbie Nyman Art Sbarsky Elle Sanford Teresa Zarcone-Perez PHOTOGRAPHY Blacktie South Florida Dreamfocus Photography Rich Rawson Photography Glazer Photography 18 BILL DAVIS An Extraordinary Career 20 TIS THE SEASON TO WINE Gift Giving Ideas 28 28 ESTERO ICON Ray Judah PRINTER The Choice Media Inc. 954.217.1366 CORAL SPRINGS LIFESTYLE INC. 304 Indian Trace 246 Weston Florida 33326 954.217.1165 fax 954.252.4432 COLUMNS Travel.................................................................................16 Dining................................................................................21 Scene..................................................................36 38 40 42 jim 2011 Estero Lifestyle is a monthly advertising magazine. All contents are protected by copyright and may not be reproduced without written consent from the publisher. The advertiser is solely responsible for ad content and holds publisher harmless from any error. 4 LIFESTYLE MAGAZINES I DECEMBER 2011 READ ONLINE AT WWW.LIFESTYLEMAGAZINEGROUP.COM from the Publisher HAPPY HOLIDAY ESTERO It is hard to believe but the holidays are upon us and it won t be long until we say so long to 2011. If you have lived in Estero for a while you know what to expect. For those who are spending your first December here you are going to find things just a little bit different. Temperatures in the 80 s shorts flip-flops open convertibles palm trees decorated for the holidays boat parades and so much more. Two of my favorites this time of year are calling the friends and family up North on Christmas or New Year s and saying Hi I m relaxing by the pool thinking about you. How s the weather up there My second favorite is listening to Randy Sherwyn s Christmas Across the Lands on the radio at which broadcasts on more than sixty five stations around the world including to our troops serving far and near. Our Cover Story this month invites you all to bid farewell to 2011 and to ring in 2012 by relaxing and enjoying the most extraordinary Art Fair in the country on Dec 31st and Jan 1st at Coconut Point. Beautiful art great food and music and a chance to spend the day with friends or family to be enjoyed from 10am to 5pm both days. Estero Lifestyle Magazine is proud to be a media sponsors. What do the Michigan State Spartans Philadelphia Eagles Cleveland Browns and the Miami Dolphins have in common Buckeye native and now Estero resident Bill Davis. Read about Bill s extraordinary coaching career. He is an incredible gentleman and I am sure you will agree. Do you know where you will be in the winter of 2020 Olympic hopefuls Paxton James and Erin Coleman know where they hope to be. If all goes as planned they will be skating for the United States Olympic Ice Skating team. Both are students of World Champion figure skater and Estero resident Todd Eldredge and his coach Richard Callaghan at Germain Arena. Read about their aspirations and goals and check them out on December 18th where they will be performing at the Germain Arena. Estero should be very proud and we know they will be going far. December s ICON is Lee County Commissioner for District 3 Ray Judah. It is our honor to introduce Ray to our readers and to learn about his visions for Lee County and especially Estero. I also hope you enjoy our travel dining and scene pages. Please support the many advertisers who make it possible for you to receive Estero Lifestyle Magazine each month. On behalf of my wife and I and the entire staff of Lifestyle Publications we wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas and a Happy Chanukah. We hope each of you will find a way to keep the spirit and meaning of the holidays in your hearts the whole year through. We also hope you have a very safe New Year s celebration. So until next year Enjoy the Lifestyle Gary Israel Publisher Estero Lifestyle 6 LIFESTYLE MAGAZINES I DECEMBER 2011 READ ONLINE AT WWW.LIFESTYLEMAGAZINEGROUP.COM GENERAL & COSMETIC DENTISTRY New Patients & Emergencies Welcome LET US GIVE YOU A REASON TO SMILE UNDER ARMOUR Mouthwear for All Athletes - including Golfers 9500 CORKSCREW PALMS CIRCLE SUITE 4 ESTERO (OFF OF CORKSCREW RD. BETWEEN I-75 & US41) 239-947-7992 Estero s Future Olympians by Laura Cummings T wo future Olympians are training at Germain Arena. Under the tutelage of World Champion figure skater Todd Eldredge and his longtime coach Richard Callaghan a pair of young skaters have captured regional titles standing out as the top performers in an eleven state region. Eight-year-old Paxton James of Estero and ten-year-old Erin Coleman of Bonita Springs both said they felt confident they would bring home a gold medal in their respective divisions after completing near-perfect routines on the ice in Aston Pennsylvania. I just love skating Paxton said. I want to win the nationals and world and the Olympics. Coach Callaghan reminds the girls to have fun skating first. We ll just try to get better at skating and see where it takes us. The coach s wisdom comes from years of training elite athletes and unfortunately seeing many burn out. He sees potential in these young skaters and is doing his best to help them to continue advancing in the sport. Callaghan has a proven record. He began coaching Eldredge when he was ten years old. Eldredge is now a six-time U.S. Champion and the 1996 World Champion. Callaghan also coached Tara Lipinski who won gold in the 1998 Winter Olympics at the age of fifteen. She remains the youngest individual gold medalist in winter Olympic history. Callaghan along with his wife Mandy continues to produce elite athletes at Germain Arena where they moved from Coral Gables two years ago. Watching Paxton and Erin skate it is hard to image both were novices when they joined Germain s Learn-to-Skate program at age six. That was just two years ago for Paxton who has won twenty gold medals and ten silver medals this year alone. She s a very competitive and very determined little girl said her mother Sandy. In addition to capturing first place at regionals Paxton took home a trophy for best execution of basic skills during four separate competitions. Paxton set three goals for this year to do an axel by age eight to do a backspin before Regionals and to complete the South Florida USFSA Basic Skills Series. She achieved all three landing her axel two days after her eighth birthday. Both Paxton and Erin have been featured in the skater spotlight on the website for the Florida Everblades Figure Skating Club. The young figure skaters travel frequently to competitions. They also practice five or six days a week at Germain Arena where they head directly after school lets out at Pinewoods Elementary practicing three hours each weeknight. Neither of them ever complain Sandy said. They are happy to be here. The girls met during practices and have becoming each other s biggest fans. They re very good friends Sandy noted. They really support each other. Estero residents will have a chance to see Paxton and Erin perform along with other athletes from the Florida Everblades Figure Skating Club during a Christmas show planned for December 18th. Tickets are 10 and the show will include a performance by Eldredge. More information is available at Capturing regional titles is a testament to the increasing strength of the figure skating program at Germain. I am very happy with the success we have had Callaghan said. It shows the development we ve had here at the building. I look forward to future years. LM 8 LIFESTYLE MAGAZINES I DECEMBER 2011 READ ONLINE AT WWW.LIFESTYLEMAGAZINEGROUP.COM AREA RUGS FREE Design Service 25% -75% OFF 100 s of Closeouts at FREE Delivery & Set up 75% OFF 20% OFF Use this Certificate for an extra 20% OFF the sale price of any area rug in-stock. 239-596-5959 ONE CERTIFICATE PER PURCHASE. OFFER EXCLUDES PRIOR PURCHASES AND DISCONTINUED AREA RUGS. EXPIRES 12-31-11. Royal Cove Plaza 13250 Tamiami Trail North (ELM) Come Visit the Flooring Experts Naples Finest Flooring Showroom 239-596-5959 Coconut Point By Elie Sanford I f you are looking for a relaxing and unique way to spend New Year s weekend consider ringing in 2012 indulging your artistic side. Coconut Point is set to host the only Art Fair in the nation that weekend and organizers say it will be a great alternative to tried and true New Year s traditions. There is only one thing to do on New Year s weekend unless you want to watch football and that is come to a great art fair said Howard Alan President of Howard Alan Events and the Art Show Coordinator Featuring many of the top artists in the country the Coconut Point New Year s Weekend Art Festival will be held December 31st and January 1st from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day at Coconut Point in Estero. The show is free and open to the public and will feature the work of two hundred and fifty top artists from around the country. Alan says it is not to be missed. This is an extraordinary high-caliber high-quality show and people will love coming to it he said. LIFESTYLE MAGAZINES I DECEMBER 2011 11 a unique opportunity to get up close with the artists In 2006 Murf was invited to the prestigious United Nations Ambassadors Ball where his original painting In a Perfect World was the featured piece for the event. . In 2010 Murf presented the new U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon with his Earth Island lithograph. Murf claims many of the inspirations of his art can be attributed to his love of nature music and science. Over the years he has been deeply involved in many environmental projects and his designs have raised substantial amounts of money for not only environmental but educational and social causes as well. Alan says the Coconut Point Weekend Art Festival gives guests a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with artists like Murf and their creations. Festival-goers get to learn the story behind each and every piece and how they were created unlike in an art museum or gallery. It provides a chance for a relationship to develop between artist and buyer unlike any other. Here you get to meet the person who created the masterpiece and get to talk to them. You are not only buying the piece you are buying a piece of their personality he said. Another of the artists featured is Dick Cunningham who has been photographing the natural beauty and wildlife of the United States for the past forty years. From the swamps of Florida to the mountains of Alaska Cunningham loves the unspoiled natural beauty and diversity of the United States. Photography utilizes the subtle color and lighting found in our natural environment to capture a mood or feeling of that moment in time for the viewer to experience Cunningham said. Dick s training in art and photography began at an early age. His mother was an accomplished artist and his father was a studio photographer. After graduating college from Rochester Institute of Technology where he received an Associate and Bachelor of Science degree in Professional Photography Dick worked in the family photofinishing business. In 1978 he moved to Breckenridge Colorado with his wife Mary and opened Cunningham Gallery featuring his own works. He also exhibited his work in some of the most prestigious art shows throughout the country. In 1993 he moved to Southwest Florida with his wife and three children but still travels extensively through-out the country photographing and exhibiting his art. The Coconut Point New Year s Weekend Art Festival will transform the parking fields of Coconut Point into an outdoor gallery style art show. Coconut Point is an open main street-style shopping destination with Mediterranean Revival-style architecture which showcases specialty stores and restaurants. Managed by Simon Property Group Inc. it is located on U.S. 41 between Corkscrew Road and Coconut Road in Estero. This year they will set-up the art show behind Barnes & Noble and have it stretch down towards Hyatt Place. Spacious aisles will allow art lovers to get a glimpse of everything. What s nice about having it our facility is that we are a big and very spreadout property. There is plenty of room to walk or for strollers or wheelchairs so everyone can really get around easily and enjoy the art said Diane Ivey the Director of Mall Marketing and Business Development for Coconut Point. For more information on the Coconut Point New Year s Weekend Art Festival and other Howard Alan Events art and craft shows across the country visit or contact them at info or 561-746-6615. LM LIFESTYLE MAGAZINES I DECEMBER 2011 13 Fort Myers 15245 S. Tamiami Trail Fort Myers FL 33908 239.274.7777 Naples 541 Fifth Ave Naples FL 34102 239.649.7737 www.providentjewelr true by Laura Cummings In January 1961 The Alliance Review in Ohio memorialized the athletic career of a standout who was about to play his final game at Mount Union College. For Halloween Billy was a football player every year The writer called quarterback Bill Davis who also shined on the basketball court an athlete who would be remembered in Alliance as long as a forward pass is thrown in a football game or an assist is given in a basketball contest. At that time Davis held the individual game single game single season and career total offensive leadership records for the college throwing more touchdown passes than any other Mount Union quarterback. Davis went on to become a coach in the National Football League making stops at high school and college teams along the way and earning a place in the halls of fame of four athletic organizations. Now Davis lives in Estero with his wife Joann and is the proud father of three grown children -- including one NFL coach -- and nine grandchildren. To Davis family means more than the awards and celebrity photos he keeps in boxes. The Davis family had to stick together during the eighteen moves Bill made for his coaching career which included Michigan State the Philadelphia Eagles the Cleveland Browns and the Miami Dolphins. 18 LIFESTYLE MAGAZINES I DECEMBER 2011 READ ONLINE AT WWW.LIFESTYLEMAGAZINEGROUP.COM Despite their initial worries Bill and Joann said moving so frequently strengthened their family bond and made their three children adaptable. It also gave them access to many football greats as well as an understanding of the business of football. The eldest Billy is now coaching with the Cleveland Browns his seventh NFL team. For Halloween Billy was a football player every year Joann recalls. We couldn t talk him out of it. It was all he ever thought about. Their other son Bret was formerly an agent for NFL coaches and general managers before becoming an executive with an international company. Their daughter Diane once served as executive secretary for coaching greats Don Shula and Dick Vermeil. They all remember the days when Dad had a red phone which only he was allowed to answer a direct line to Cleveland Browns owner Art Modell. Amazingly Bill Davis almost forsook the game of football after crisis struck his family when he was a senior in high school. Right before graduation his father died suddenly from a heart attack. I had two sisters at home and it just didn t seem feasible to go on to college Davis recalled. I could ve gone to the steel mill like most people did. After the Mount Union head coach offered him a six hundred dollar scholarship which was half the annual tuition Davis mother convinced him to go. But tragedy struck again his last year in college. Davis suffered a bruised heart from a serious car accident. Doctors advised him to forgo his ambitions of an athletic career. He battled his way back with the same determination which propelled him to excel in sports. He never thought of quitting. Anything that happens you always look at it with a positive attitude he advises. That s always gotten me through. Although Davis is responsible for signing some big names in football history -- Larry Csonka for the Dolphins and Kevin Mack and Ernie Byner for the Browns it is his time at Michigan s Adrian College which he lists as his career highlight. When Davis became head coach at Adrian in 1967 the football program had not logged a winning season in nearly two decades. His inaugural season ended with a dismal record of one in eight. Two seasons later Davis and his staff had turned the team into champions capturing the conference title for three consecutive years from 1970 to 1972. He still keeps in touch with his former players from Adrian who are now in their sixties. It was one of my favorite accomplishments Davis said. We took something ordinary and made it a championship team. Through his forty two years of professional coaching Davis has frequently tapped into his innate resources of positive attitude and old fashioned determination. Every game could mean your job Joann observed. The highs are very high. The lows are very low. But we wouldn t change it for anything. READ ONLINE AT WWW.LIFESTYLEMAGAZINEGROUP.COM LIFESTYLE MAGAZINES I DECEMBER 2011 19 D I N I N G Bayfront Bistro by Marla Lazarus For a beautiful waterfront dining experience at Fort Myers Beach s premier location don t miss Bayfront Bistro. Arrive by land or water sit back and enjoy the stunning surroundings as you delight in the tastes of the Bayfront Bistro kitchen. Bayfront Bistro is located mid-island on Estero Island Fort Myers Beach. The restaurant is located within the wonderful full service marine facility of Snook Bight Yacht Club and Marina. While dining at Bayfront Bistro you will enjoy stunning views of the back bay of Fort Myers Beach and if you are here around 7 00pm 7 30pm you might be lucky enough to see the single scarlet ibis bird among the flock of white ibis that fly by the restaurant each evening. It is a special treat and truly a rare and unique experience that you will always remember A luscious bowl of P.E.I Mussels with vine ripe tomatoes fresh shallots shaved garlic white wine herbs and butter began our culinary adventure along with Pan Seared Day Boat Scallops with pancetta drizzle and shaved fennel salad. Fresh Local Ceviche included citrus cured scallops shrimp snapper cilantro and fresh chilies while the Seared Ahi Tuna Thai Salad with Napa cabbage udon noodles roasted peanuts and sesame ginger vinaigrette burst with flavor. Back Bay Flatbread topped with prosciutto roast red peppers ricotta roast garlic and balsamic reduction was just perfect as was the Beef Satay of marinated beef tenderloin Asian slaw and spicy Thai peanut sauce. YUM Marbin s Gumbo is haven t known gumbo until you have Chef Marbin s You can always try the Bayfront Soup Du Jour...maybe crab maybe chicken or maybe tomato but always special. Fresh Baby Spinach Salad with red onion goat cheese and candied pecans is a party in your mouth and the It s a Mozzarella Baby is a beautiful display of mozzarella and tomato slices fresh basil and chive oil in balsamic reduction. Chef specials include delicious Chicken Roulade stuffed with Havarti cheese red peppers spinach prosciutto in roast tomato cream sauce with truffle butter whipped potatoes and vegetable m lange. Don t miss Chef Marbin s Paella with grilled chicken sausage fish shrimp chopped clams scallops mussels in lobster saffron broth over rice. Bayfront Signature Dish is Chef Marbin s Butterfish miso yaki marinated butterfish served over delicate wasabi mashed potatoes with sweet chili stir fry. Delicate Pan Seared Red Grouper served in sage caper brown butter with scalloped potato and fresh vegetables or Bronzed Mahi Mahi with rice black bean puree is topped with zesty mango salsa are fantastic. Meat lovers will devour the USDA Prime Rib Eye Steak a boneless USDA prime rib eye with roast red potatoes and bleu cheese demi-glace. Chef Marbin s Beef Tips is served with zucchini and yellow squash red and green peppers tomatoes onions in red wine veal cream reduction and tossed with fresh peppercorn fettuccine. For a sweet indulgence enjoy the Chocolate Madness Cake consisting of four different layers of chocolate with raspberry puree or the Bananas Foster Bread Pudding tableside flamb with house made whiskey sauce and vanilla ice cream. Located at 4761 Estero Blvd Fort Myers Beach Bayfront Bistro open daily is a perfect setting for lunch or dinner. However reservations are recommended by calling (239) 463-FOOD (3663). Bon App tit... LM LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE I DECEMBER 2011 21 W John V Picone CFP CFS Richard D Picone CFS 3301 Bonita Beach Road Suite 201 Bonita Springs Florida 34134 Phone (239) 992-7702 Toll-Free (800) 533-7797 john BONITA SPRINGS Sandpiper Plaza 3725 Bonita Beach Rd. Suite 6 CUSTOM & PRESERVATION FRAMING Additional services such as HOURS Monday - Friday 9am-5pm 9am-3pm Saturday Dry Mounting Flat Screen TV s Sports Memorabilia Many More Artistic Services Turnaround time 3-5 days 239-390-2381 Stop on by and say hi to Lil Bit We offer pick up delivery & installation Keep Children Close to Home for Health Care We are responding to the increasing need for specialized pediatric services in Southwest Florida by building a new state-of-the-art Children s Hospital. 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