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DeMyer DeMyer credited previous replaces Rose Ellen Gardner, the boards and hospital leadership immediate past chair of the board, with having the foresight and de- who will continue on as a board termination to ensure that CIMC member for the next year. is operating on solid financial foot- The board, which is appointed ing and he hopes to continue that by the Avalon City Council, is re- " tradition while also exploring new sponsible for the operations and fi- services that can be offered. nances of Catalina Island Medical "We need to continue the prog- Center. "The vision of the board ress that's been made both finan- is to ensure the hospital is finan- dally and operationally," he said. cially sound and providing the best "We also need to think creatively possible health care for our small about services that we can offer community," DeMyer said. that we haven't been able to offer The new chairman is also an in the past." He said he is particu- active Rotarian and is senior vice lady enthusiastic about the new president for the Santa Catalina Is- cardiovascular services that will land Company. He has served on be brought to the medical center in the hospital board since 2008. the coming months. DeMyer said that when he was Also on the AMDC board are initially asked to be part of the Maggie Maki, Kelly Dahl, Ron medical corporation team, he ac- Salo, Rod Mueller and Ross Turn- cepted because the medical center er. Board meetings are open to the plays and vital and essential role public and are held on the fourth in Avalon. "Quality health care is Tuesday of each month at 3 p.m., in a very important element for both the Founders Room at US Bank. UPCOMING EVENTS ON CATALINA FRIDAY, AUGUST 31 A Democratic Dream: William Wrigley Jr. and Catalina Island Exhibit opens at the Catalina Island Museum FRIDAY, AUGUST 31-MONDAY, 9/2 Labor Day Weekend at the M Restaurant by Zest SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 Summer Concert Series The Sirens (Top 40 More) Free Concert at Wrigley Stage 7:30pm with adjacent Beer Garden SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 BBQ at the Airport-in-The-Sky's DC3 Grill (last one this season) SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 Women's Forum Wine Festival THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 Chamber Mixer, sponsored by the Catalina Art Association on Wrigley Stage FRIDAY-SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 54th Annual'Catalina Festival of Art SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23- Tuesday, September 25th Avalon Billfish Classic Catalina Classic SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 Catalina Island Conservancy Half Marathon SATURDAY-SUNDAY, SEPT 30 Catalina Air Show 1st JazzTrax 2012: Three Weekends in October. Thursday: "Unplugged" at Descanso Beach Club. Friday-Sunday: Casino Ballroom On the Water WITH CAPT. JOHN KING MARLIN MADNESS We have just completed the Church Mouse Marlin Invitational aboard Catal!ac, aka, the Church Mouse Bus. Over 70 boats en- tered. Each fished at least 10 hours per day. Three marlin were caught for the fleet. That is one fish for every 23 boat-days of effort-- madness ! Marlin are not abundant in Southern California waters. Our season may run from mid-August to early October. The results John of many hours of effort might just be some re- ally nice; albeit very expensive, boat rides. And yet, we continue. We buy boats (battle wagons), gear (casters, trollers) and lures (jewel- ry) that are built with the pursuit in mind. Many thousands of dollars are spent trying to capture a crea- ture that we plan to release. It is an accepted form of madness. Here is how we "fish" for mar- lin. We troll jigs or lures around a huge area, often taking 10 or more trips in a "season" in the hopes that we run over a fish dumb enough to bite. We do this for 90 percent of the time that we are on the water and yet we know that our probabil- ity of hooking and landing a fish in this way is slim. Most fish hooked while trolling are lost in the first few seconds, a "zip." Some are lost during the battle as they "come unbuttoned." And more than a few are lost "at - the boat," which can mean anything from an- gler or captain error to just plain bad luck. Here is how we ac- King tually "catch" marlin. We hunt. Using gyro- stabilized "binos" we scan the water for any tell-tale signs; a bird "dipping," a push of water, a "snitch" (jumping fish). Once located, we pull in the jigs and cast on the fish with live bait. That is the secret. If you want to fish for SoCal marlin, try troll- ing ... endlessly. If you want to get good at catching marlin here, learn to hunt the fish and present a live bait to a "sleeper," "feeder" or "tailer" then join the brotherhood and enjoy the madness. 4 Friday, August 31, 2012 THE CATALINA ISLANDER