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Annual Christmas Party and General Meeting

Tuesday, December 14 · 6:00pm - 10:00pm
Location: Civic Cemter
Capri Community, Inc. at 6 P.M. BYOB, an appetizer or dessert, and a White Elephant Gift (not to exceed $10)



It's that Time of Year Again!

From: Ginny and Chuck Walton 

No matter what the size of your boat or how it is decorated, WE WANT YOU!!!!! Come join in on the fun. It's a blast. We have access to "extra" lights if needed.

Take a peek and  remember last year's FUN!


Don't miss out!

Anyone can contact Ginny or Chuck at 239-389-9548 or e-mail Ginny at    Applications can be picked up at any of our business here on Capri after Monday, Nov. 15th. 

The Captains meeting will be on Wed, Dec 8th at 7pm. 

THANKS,  Ginny Walton


 Update on the Town Hall Meeting

"Strange Lights over Capri"

UFO meeting: Isles of Capri residents share stories of sighting a strange light

ISLES OF CAPRI -- The sun rises in the east, the moon sets in the west, and over Johnson Bay here, some say a much different light hovers low over the water and then vanishes without a trace.

Tuesday, about 75 residents of the Isles and nearby Marco Island gathered at the Isles of Capri community center to discuss sightings of a strange light, the subject of recent news reports on and off the island. As many as 11 sightings have been reported on the Isles since March 27.

The meeting, led by Morgan Beall of the volunteer organization MUFON — the Mutual Unidentified Flying Object Network — sought to encourage more witnesses to come forward with their accounts. It occasionally delved into the other-worldly.

“I do think there’s something going on or I wouldn’t be here,” Beall said at one point.

If the identity of that ‘something’ was left unspoken, it was strongly suggested at times. The hour-and-a-half Q-and-A session diverged from eyewitness accounts of the sightings over Johnson Bay to other sightings in Florida to Beall’s knowledge of potential alien implants, abductions and even cattle mutilations.

A few skeptics made their thoughts known, as well.

“Has your group ever made contact with any of these (objects)?” Carter Smith, 77, an astronomy enthusiast and frequent sky-watcher, asked Beall.

Beall said it hadn’t.

“Well don’t you think they should have by now?” Smith responded.

The recent spate of sightings began with Ann Hall, a columnist for the Marco Island Sun Times who wrote about seeing the object three times in as many days in late March. Local fire chief Emilio Rodriguez thought he captured the object on his station’s weather camera, and Mike Castellano, owner of the Capri Fish House, told Hall that he and some of his employees had seen the same object several times.

Beall documented the reports, and he dug up a pair of older reports from the area dating back to 2008 and 2009. He observed the area several nights for unusual activity, and he tried to identify anything that could be mistaken for a UFO. He traced the arc of the moon, mapped overhead constellations and noted the location of Venus, commonly mistaken for a UFO.

Of the supposed sighting caught on the fire district camera, Beall dismissed it as the setting moon.

But Hall’s account of seeing it on a stormy night suggested people were witnessing something other than a heavenly body, he said.

Isles resident Delicia Craft, 79, gave the crowd her account of seeing a globe-like object by the Gulfview Condominium on April 27. After taking a stroll to watch the moon that night, Craft turned around to see the object hovering by the top floor of the condo, she recalled.

Its round frame was strung with lights, and a metal cube occupied the center, she said. A rope or tether seemed to hang from below, but the condo blocked her view of where it ended.

“It looked like the ball they drop for New Year’s Eve,” Craft said.

UFO witnesses are often reluctant to come forward, Beall said, and he encouraged others to file their reports with the UFO Network.

“These things are not unusual,” he told attendees. “I think people are becoming more — strong word — ‘courageous’ to come out here and talk about it.”

And while his group can discount many reports, it cannot discount them all, he noted. Whether that makes for little green men piloting spaceships across the galaxies, Beall wouldn’t say.

“If it is the real thing, what is the real thing?” he asked.


Dear Fellow Capriers:

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This is really strange! Apparently, we were not the only ones to witness sightings of strange lights over Capri. Folks from Naples and Marco have also called Morgan Beall to share their experiences. Because of the number of sightnings that have been in our area consistently over the past several years, which Morgan describes as rare, this has made world-wide news.
Morgan wishes to hold a Town Hall Meeting on Tuesday, May 11 at 7:00 P.M. in the Capri Community Center to discuss the topic with those who are interested. The meeting will be videotaped and available later for those of you who will be in your northern address for the summer.
Please mark this important date and time on your calendar, and please attend if at all possible. Whether or not you believe in UFO's, it will prove informative and a good time to get answers to some of your questions.

BTW ... Beall is the State Section Director with MUFON, Mutual UFO Network, founded in 1969 to resolve scientific enigma known collectively as unidentified flying objects (UFOs). He is assigned to us and is building a case file of testimonies from witnesses who have seen unexplainable lights or objects over the Isles of Capri. He will present his findings of the recent reports and also give us information pertinent to the research being conducted.


Blood Drive

Friday, March 26th from 11:00 A.M until 2:00 P.M. 

Capri Christian Church

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Please come and give that precious and needed gift of life 


Easter on Capri Under the Big Tent

April 4th at 10:30 A.M. 

Invite friends and family to join us for this glorious event


Covered Dish Supper & Social

 Location: Community Building

March 23 at 6:00 P.M.

Bring a covered dish and dessert



Isles of Capri Clean Up ...

April 10th

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Dear Fellow Capriers:

Code Enforcement will provide 2 dumpsters on that day only.
Please see specific information below:
1.  Waste management wanted us to remind the residents to utilize their normal pickups for large items, and call about tires and chemicals/paint.

2.  You can put all but tires, paint, and chemicals.  These can be stacked on the ground next to the dumpsters however.

In addition, Capri Community Inc. is hoping that many of you will want to join us at 9:00 A.M. on that day to help pick up trash and fronds to help clean up the isles. Bring your own gloves. Trash bags will be provided. Wear something white or bright so that you can be seen along the right-of-ways for safety purposes.    We need your help!


Annual Picnic
Saturday February 27, 2010
Location: Community Building

This messaged comes from Ted Decker:
Please be reminded that our Annual Capri Community, Inc. Picnic will be held at our Community Center on Saturday, Feb. 27 from 1:00 P.M. until 4:00 P.M. 
There will be food and fun for all. There will be a $5 per person charge to help cover expenses. Please BYOB and a dessert or an appetizer. Hamburgers, hotdogs, condiments, and sodas will be provided. 
We look forward to seeing you there on Saturday! 
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Capri Christian Church 
FREE Chicken BBQ with all the trimmings 
Date: Saturday, March 6, 2010 
Time: 4:00 - 5:30 P.M. 
For all of our Capri Neighbors 
Dear Fellow Capriers: 
This message comes from Pastor Curt Ayers: 
The Capri Christian Church Family invites all of our Isles of Capri neighbors to a FREE chicken barbeque with all the trimmings. This barbecue is to provide an opportunity for neighbors to get to know one another better. There will be no preaching, no offering, just a warm meal with friends. Please come and be our guest for this special event. There will be lots of BBQ chicken, hot rolls, side dishes, and desserts for all. We look forward to meeting you! 

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Annual Picnic
Saturday February 27, 2010
Location: Community Building 

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Our annual outdoor picnic will feature hot dogs, hamburgers, sodas, good company, etc. Donation will be $5.00 pp.




Isles of Capri

Annual Yard Sale

January 30th 9:00AM to ???

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MORE than a regular garage sale ... find many hidden treasures and meet new friends!


Be sure to stop by for tons of great boating, home decorating, remodeling stuff ... you won't be disappointed!


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Interested in taking a CPR Class and/or a AED Class for certification or renewal? It is confirmed by Chief Emilio Rodriguez of Capri Fire and Rescue that he will hold a FREE class on Monday, Jan 25th - 6 PM at the Fire Station on Isles of Capri Florida.

Space is limited so please register via e-mail with subject line " CPR class Jan 25 "

Be sure to bring a friend, he could save YOUR LIFE!


January 19, 2010

January 19th was the date for Chef Sal Montezinos first "Healthy Gourmet" cooking class. Hosted by Carol Kinkead in her lovely kitchen overlooking the Marco River, 20 of the "Isles" residents were fortunate to watch, look and listen while Chef Sal prepared gourmet treats like potato encrusted yellow tail snapper ... YUMMO!




Saturday December 12, 2009 

The Isles of Capri 2009 Boat Parade is a fun annual event held on the Marco River. The Christmas "themed" crafts wind their way through the bays and canals of tiny Isles of Capri, Florida for all to enjoy ... get a glass of wine, sit back and see for yourself!


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