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Charlotte sun herald

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Charlotte sun herald
Uniform Title:
Charlotte sun herald (Charlotte Harbor, Fla. : 1995)
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Sun herald
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Charlotte Harbor, FL
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Sun Coast Media Group- Robert E. Lee - Publisher - Jim Gouvellis - Executive Editor
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Newspapers -- Charlotte Harbor (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Charlotte County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Charlotte -- Port Charlotte
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26.966141 x -82.068026

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Also issued on microfilm from Crest Technologies.
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Vol. 103, no. 225 (Aug. 13, 1995)-
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"An edition of The Sun Herald."

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University of Florida
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ocm36852667

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PHOTO FROM CDC/PUBLIC HEALTH IMAGE LIBRARYA historical image depicts workers creating a billboard in Columbus, Georgia, which shows one way used to promote public health awareness of polio vaccinations. This campaign was government-produced, when in the early 1950s, there were more than 20,000 cases of polio each year. After polio vaccination began in 1955, cases dropped signicantly where by 1960, there were about 3,000 cases. By 1979, there were only about 10 cases and now polio is thought to be eliminated from the U.S. PHOTOS FROM BARBARA MAYBERRYBarbara Mayberry suers from Post Polio Syndrome and had led a support group in the Naples area up until the end of April, when the group ended like the one in Charlotte County years ago due to declining membership resulting from more members experiencing mobility issues and death. Mayberry and her husband, David, stood recently in front of their RV that they enjoy driving throughout the country. PHOTO FROM MARCH OF DIMESA historic advertisement from the March of Dimes, which announced more than 50 years ago that it completed its original mission to nd a cure for polio by supporting the development and widespread use of two vaccines. Polios last standPost Polio Syndrome persists decades after infectionBy ANDREA PRAEGITZERSTAFF WRITER Barbara was pictured as a child with her doctor when she left St. John Hospital for Crippled Children in Springeld, Illinois, in February of 1953. She had entered the hospital on Aug. 12, 1952, to conrm the diagnosis of polio through a spintal tap. She spent one month in quarantine in the hospital before being transferred to the rehabilitation unit where she stayed for six months before being released to go home. PHOTO FROM CATER PICHECarter Piche of North Fort Myers has Post Polio Syndrome and had attended support group meetings in Charlotte County before they stopped gathering years ago, as well as meetings in Collier County, which held its last meeting in April. Membership had declined as many members suered decreasing mobility and some had died. SUN PHOTO BY TOM ONEILLJudith Bacon suers from post-Polio syndrome and is partially paralyzed and wheelchair bound. Once able to type many words per minute and get herself into and out of bed, that has become a challenge in her later years. Since turning 67, Charlotte County resident Cathy Lane walks slowly, gets tired more easily and is increasingly concerned about falling. Physical activity has always been hard especially since she survived polio, which was one of the most feared and potentially fatal viruses in United States history, crippling people of all ages and walks of life. That included a president before vaccines evolved in 1955 to protect against it. But it has become harder than ever now just for Lane to move, since she has Post Polio Syndrome (PPS) that affects some polio survivors 15 to 40 years after the initial infection. Estimates vary for how many people are suffering from PPS „ involving intense fatigue, muscle weakness, and pain from joint deterioration. Nokomis resident Judith Bacon contracted the virus when she was just a few years old. Her sister told her they were at the dinner table eating when all of a sudden Bacon began screaming that she hurt so bad.Ž Fearful, her siblings hid under the table. Partially paralyzed and in a wheelchair most her life, what limited mobility Bacon had is becoming even less now with PPS. She used to be able to type quickly or hold herself up from her chair for a short amount of time. Not anymore. One article I read said with Post Polio Syndrome, if you live long enough, you revert back to the original paralysis,Ž Bacon said. I was totally paralyzed from the neck down.Ž PPS has made it even harder for Bacon to move through her home and care for herself. I may be going to a nursing home,Ž she said.POLIO | 4 BOTTOM LINEPost Polio Syndrome „ suffered by people who had polio beforeit was eradicated in the U.S. in 1979 „ is a disease thatsneaks up on older people and can cause great suffering andan inability to get around. With local unemployment on a decline, some businesses in Charlotte and Sarasota counties said “lling open positions has been challenging. For example, Patricia Annicelli, owner of Port Charlotte-based Rodgers Landscaping and Tree Service, posted some of their openings recently on job websites and received over 20 applications. No one showed up,Ž Annicelli said. I think theyre just going through the motions for unemployment.Ž But she said often applicants wont complete the paperwork, are unable to procure two proper forms of identi“cation, or have other issues. Ive heard so many excuses,Ž Annicelli said. That includes a text message from one applicant that said I have to walk my dogŽ rather than “ll out paperwork for the job. A new Harbor Freight Tools store in Port Charlotte was recently hiring for dozens of positions and the manager, Christina Jewel, said she also saw many people apply but then not return her calls. She ultimately got an array of jobs “lled, but con“rmed it was a struggle. Youd think if you were looking for a job, youd call back,Ž Jewel said. I dont know if with unemployment veri“cation you need to put in a certain number of applications?Ž asked Jewel. Or if they got another job in the meantime?Ž In Florida, people receiving unemployment bene“ts can receive up to $275 per week, up to 12 weeks, for a maximum of $3,300. Recipients must actively search for work, and report to the state when they are not able, or available, to seek or accept work. That means make a minimum of “ve veri“ableŽ job contacts each week and submit evidence of Employers struggle to hire workersBy ANDREA PRAEGITZERSTAFF WRITERWORKERS | 8Thank you to the many customers who gave us suggestions on how to counter the shortage of paper for us to print on. One of the most common reader suggestions was to use recycled newspapers. Treat your paper like some states treat empty bottles and cans. Include a deposit charge, say 25 cents per issue, refundable on return of the previous days edition. Task your delivery network to not only deliver the days edition, but also to collect the previous day (packed in the same polybag), recording the return by address and returning it through the same network that delivers the next days edition. Hard work, I know. But think of all the trees you would save...Ž „ FE Thats a great idea. I wish it would work, but it wont. Thats because the USA doesnt actually recycle newspapers. Thats right, 100 percent of the old newspapers you take to the street each week are classi“ed as wasteŽ and have zero resale value in the USA. Your old newsprint is loaded on a ship and sent to China. We dont recycle newsprint in the USA because it is more expensive to recycle paper than cut a tree down. How can that be? Most commercially harvested trees are cut down for lumber and sent to a sawmill. The sawmill shaves a very large square out of the tree trunk using as much of the tree trunk as possible. The shavings around the large lumber Just barely getting your paper printedDAVID | 8 DavidDUNNRANKINPRESIDENTCALL US AT941-206-1000CHARLOTTE SUN Pulitzer Prize winner2016 AN EDITION OF THE SUNVOL. 126 | NO. 119AMERICAS BEST COMMUNITY DAILY Mostly sunnyHigh 89 Low 65$3.00 www.yoursun.comTodays weather: GOOD MORNING Sunday, April 29, 2018 TRUMP WANTS TESTER TO RESIGN OVER FAILED VA NOMINATION A furious President Donald Trump calls for the resignation of the Democratic senator who assembled and released what he calle d falseŽ allegations that scuttled the nomination of the White House doctor whod been in line to lead the Department of Veterans Aairs. See The Wire 705252000753Sunday Edition $3.00THE SUN: Local Sports ..........10 Obituaries ...........5, 8 Police Beat ..............8 Viewpoint ............6-7OUR TOWN: Calendar ..................8NEWS WIRE: Comics/Puzzles .........5-7 Nation ................1,2,4 State ........................8 Weather ...................2 World .......................3 SPORTS: Lotto .......................2 Sports on TV ............2 Jobs .................1-4,11Classifieds ..........2-12FLORIDACOAST JOBS: www.yoursun.comFIND US ONLINE CHARLIE SAYS ...Theres plenty of work around my swamp! INSIDE 2 0 1 8 0 4 2 9 o t c s 0 1 p d f 1 2 8 A p r 1 8 2 3 : 2 2 : 1 0

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Page 2 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 The SUN (USPS 743170) is published daily at Sun Coast Media Group, Inc., 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980-2100. Periodicals postage paid at Punta Gorda, FL. Postmaster: Please send address changes to the SUN, 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, Florida 33980-2100. SUBSCRIPTIONS Home Delivery Rates: Newspaper designated market: City ZoneCarrier home delivered 7 days. Rates as follows plus 7% Florida Sales Tax: Monthly Bank/ Credit Card .........................$40.50 3 Months ..........................$121.50 6 Months ..........................$243.00 1 Year ...............................$485.99Does not include Waterline and TV Times. Above rates do not include sales tax.Subscribers residing in outlying areas may incur additional delivery charge. 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During the policy review workshop, the board will look at the districts mission statement and policy, as well the responsibility of the board members, how meetings are conducted, as well community relations and inter-local agreements. Following the policy workshop, the board will move to its evening board meeting will have seven items under new business. The majority of the items on Tuesdays agenda are job descriptions, two of the jobs are for the newly proposed police force During its last workshop and meeting the board discussed the choice to implement its own sworn police force in order to provide better security to students. The job descriptions being approved and posted are for the chief of police and police sergeant. Work on putting the police force together will begin this summer, with full implementation slated for the 2020-21 school year. Another job description set to be approved is the position of media relations specialist. The position has remained vacant since former communications director Gary Leatherman retired ahead of the 2017-18 school year. Also going to approved is a job description for the director of leadership development. According to the description posted by the district, the leadership development person works to ensure student success by preparing instructional leaders through opportunities for growth. The “nal job description the board will approve on Tuesday will be for a facilities data process manager, which will work through the of“ce of facility planning and construction departments. Tuesday the board will also approve to advertise Policy 6.23, which deals with the boards use of electronic communication. Since the school year began the board has been working to revise its current policy manual, and has been reworking the language of several parts of the policy. The “nal item for approval will be an amendment to an existing project involving fencing. The project was initially approved during the May 19, 2015 board meeting. Board documents show that the item was approved to not exceed $1,000,000. With Tuesdays approval the project will get an additional $1,000,000 to “nish the improvement to fencing at various school sites in the district. The Sarasota County School Board will meet at 4 p.m. on Tuesday in the Board Chambers, 1980 Landings Blvd., Sarasota, for its policy workshop. The workshop will be followed by the boards 6:30 p.m. regular meeting. School board meetings are broadcast live on The Education Channel, Comcast channel 20 and Frontier channel 33, and on the districts website www.sarasotacounty schools.net. Email: aherrera@sun-herald.comSchool Board to host policy workshop By ALEXANDRA HERRERA STAFF WRITER Shell Point is located on the banks of the Caloosahatchee River just 2 miles from the Islands of Sanibel and Captiva. 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Page 4 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 Survivors from Southwest Florida and beyond who recently spoke with the Sun agreed they dont believe their condition is a top priority as far as research, support, or mainstream awareness. The Florida Department of Health does not record data on those with a history of polio. There is no specific resources or assistance available to adults who contracted polio before the disease was eliminated in the country,Ž said FDOH Spokesperson Brad Dalton. The best resources for these individuals would be their local county health departments, or their primary care physician.Ž In Florida, prevaccine from 1941 to 1954 there was an average of 416 cases of polio and 24 deaths from acute polio per year. The vaccine was introduced in 1955 and polio was declared eliminated in the U.S. in 1979. From 2007 to 2016 there have been no reported cases of polio. The purpose of polio surveillance in Florida is to contribute toward global eradication of the disease and to detect and investigate cases early enough to prevent an outbreak,Ž Dalton said. Its kind of an unknown for many physicians,Ž Bacon said. They (people with PPS) are all dying off.Ž Even the March of Dimes organization founded to combat polio by the U.S. President who had polio, Franklin D. Roosevelt, isnt focused on PPS right now. Bacon was once even a poster child for March of Dimes, pictured in an old newspaper article as a young girl in her wheelchair. More than 50 years ago, March of Dimes completed its original mission to find a cure for polio by supporting the development and widespread use of two safe and effective vaccines „ one by Dr. Jonas Salk and one by Dr. Albert Sabin,Ž said March of Dimes spokesperson Michele Kling. Thanks to the vaccines, polio was eliminated from the United States. So March of Dimes created a new mission: Today we lead the fight to improve the health of all moms and babies.Ž But the organization didnt forget about polio, Kling said, noting that almost 18 years ago, March of Dimes sponsored an international conference on best practices in the diagnosis and management of PPS. Findings from the conference were widely disseminated to patients and health care professionals, but there are no plans for another conference, Kling said. Our funds are fully engaged in our current mission,Ž she said. There are a number of active post-polio support and advocacy groups, so March of Dimes does not see a gap we need to fill at this stage. We get few requests from people for information about PPS nowadays, and we usually refer them to Post-Polio Health International (postpolio.org).Ž But support groups that once met from Florida to Michigan are losing members as they age and suffer from PPS, making mobility even more limited. Theres just not much attention to the syndrome unfortunately,Ž said Dr. Joseph Ravid, who practices in Punta Gorda and has treated an estimated dozen or so patients with PPS over the past eight years. Some people who experienced polio decades ago are now prone to experience PPS, since there is a residual effect from the disease as it rears its ugly head,Ž according to Ravid. Dr. Marny Eulberg runs, to her knowledge, the only post polio traveling clinic out of Colorado with 1,000 people on its mailing list. Eulberg and Ravid said most medical schools do not currently concentrate on PPS. I went to med school (1970-74) before PPS had been identified but polio was only briefly mentioned and more in a historical context or as an interesting virus,Ž Eulberg said. Eulberg also agreed many polio support groups that started in the late 1980s and early 1990s are disbanding now. In her early 50s, Lane was the youngest member of the Post Polio Support Group of Charlotte County when most members could still attend meetings. At its height around 70 people showed up for meetings around 10 years ago. The focus wasnt just on how polio affected them when they were younger „ but also on how it was affecting them in their older age. The group started to dwindle. Members died or become too exhausted or physically unable to meet up anymore and the group ceased, according to Lane. Her phone number tied to the group remains online and she still gets monthly calls from people asking for information. But Lane said she referred those calls to another PPS support group in Naples. And according to its leader, Barbara Mayberry, they too have just recently ceased meeting. Mayberry said their meetings ended for the same reasons as they did in Charlotte County. The last meeting in Naples was in April. There were 125 people on its roster with around 300 people who had come and gone over 15 years that Mayberry said she led the group. Last year, Mayberry said, around 30 to 40 were attending, and this year that had declined to around 20 to 25 people. She still plans to keep in touch with members by email. I love sharing information about PPS with others to help them understand what having polio was like and what the symptoms of PPS are to help create more awareness,Ž Mayberry said.  When those of us who had polio are all gone, that is a part of medical history that will most likely be forgotten as the newer generations will know nothing about polio.Ž Lane and Mayberry said group attendees were often people wintering in the area. They said polio survivors are especially uncomfortable in cold weather. Bruce Sachs has led the Michigan polio network for 12 years, and he said he winters in Florida and attends meetings with Boca Raton area PPS support group. Although this group continues to lose members, they continue to produce a monthly newsletter, have winter meetings, lunch around each month, and coordinate annual Caribbean cruises,Ž said Sachs. Some of the other Florida groups are not doing as well.Ž The Michigan state organization will also end soon and transition to Post-Polio Health International on Dec. 1, he said. The closest PPS support group is still meeting in Tampa. Tracking polio survivors is really impossible,Ž Sachs said. Although the major polio epidemics were between 1930 to late 1950 most hospitals were ill equipped to deal with the number of patients. Some minor polio cases were sent home without being registered.Ž And Sachs noted hospitals are only required to keep records for around seven years. I was able to get my records in 2002, but they were incomplete,Ž Sachs said. Some experts believe, before the vaccine, almost everyone contracted polio with a small number that needed to be hospitalized. From this group, 2040 percent developed post-polio syndrome.Ž One estimate for polio survivors in 2016 in the U.S. was around 315,000, which is expected to be cut in half by 2026, according to information from post-polio.org. According to Eulberg, the best estimate of number of polio survivors living in the U.S. would be around 500,000 and it is estimated that between 40 to 50 percent of those will develop PPS.Ž In a state like Florida with so many more mature people moving to Florida as they retire, you have many people who contracted polio in other states and later moved to Florida,Ž said Eulberg. For North Fort Myers resident Carter Piche, the beginning of PPS was when he started falling more in his 50s „ decades after he got polio in Michigan at 18 months old and spent about a year in a body cast. After the PPS diagnosis „ which is a diagnosis of exclusionŽ for other issues „ he attended PPS group meetings in Collier and Charlotte counties. But now Piche said he conserves what energy he has and uses an electric chair to get around. The motto is that you conserve to preserve.Ž Most who were infected by Polio virus didnt have any symptoms. About 1 out of 200 people had weakness or paralysis in their arms, legs, or both. And Piche believes there could be many people who had it but werent ever diagnosed with polio as they didnt exhibit paralysis or werent tested for it. Now they potentially suffer from PPS unknowingly, he said. But Eulberg said currently PPS diagnosis requires a clear diagnosis of past polio with paralysis. At present a person who had non-paralytic polio cannot be diagnosed with PPS,Ž said Eulberg. There is some controversy about whether a person who contracted polio, developed immunity as a result of the infection, but had no paralysis or physical evidence of permanent nerve damage could experience PPS.Ž Email: apraegitzer@sun-herald.comPOLIOFROM PAGE 1 In a photo taken in 2012 during a visit to Rome, Nokomis resident and polio survivor Judith Bacon „ who suered paralysis from the virus she contracted at the age of 3 „ was held by her friend Carl Phillipps, who accompanied her along with his wife, Vivianne, on a trip to Italy and a Mediterranean cruise. Bacon said her dad for many years carried her as Carl had done in this photo. Nokomis resident Judith Bacon was held up by her mother wearing a uniform a family member made for her as a child after she suered polio and became paralyzed. She uses a wheelchair and now suers from Post Polio Syndrome.PHOTOS FROM JUDITH BACONNokomis resident Judith Bacon, who suers from Post Polio Syndrome, on her wedding day in 1977 with her husband Don Wilson. Bacon is stepmother to Wilsons three grown sons. Polio survivor Judith Bacon who is currently a resident of Nokomis was pictured in 1955 in her wheelchair while holding her rstborn nephew. Bacon survived polio that she contracted at the age of 3 and, now she suers from Post Polio Syndrome that causes greater muscle weakness and fatigue later in life. ESTIMATED POLIO SURVIVORS IN THE UNITED STATESSome estimates are higher than these, and some survivors say pinning down an actual number of survivors based on available info rmation is not possible. Date Est. # of Survivors # younger than 45 # younger than 55 # younger than 65 # younger than 75 # younger than 85 2006 426,000 4,700 47,000 202,000 325,000 395,000 2016 315,000 0.001 4,500 45,000 182,500 276,000 2021 230,000 0.001 1,800 14,000 98,500 217,000 2026 157,500 0.001 0.001 4,200 37,000 123,000 „ SOURCE: National Health Interview Survey of 1994-95, http://www.post-polio.org HOW TO SET UP A TRAVELING POST POLIO CLINIC IN FLORIDA€ Establish some sort of database of polio survivors € Create a group of appropriate professionals with some experience/expertise in polio-related care who are willing to travel around the state € Adequate funding In Colorado where a traveling Post Polio Clinic exists, there are about 1,000 people on a mailing list, along with a physician and three different physical therapists with the necessary experience, along with a representative of the statewide polio organization who donate their time. The Colorado Post Polio Organization has received substantial bequests so funding is available. The traveling clinic does not bill insurance or the people being seen, but asks for donations. „ SOURCE: Dr. Marny Eulberg, Colorado Post-Polio Organization/East Seals Colorado NO CURE FOR POST POLIO SYNDROMECurrently, treatment is a matter of managing the symptoms. If the major symptom is increasing weakness then the best treatment might be some kind of external support such as a brace, cane, crutches, walker, or use of a wheelchair. In the case of increasing weakness of the breathing muscles, treatment could be respiratory support including CPAP type devices, such as BiPap. Sometimes supervised specific exercises can help with chest muscle weakness, weakness of swallowing muscles, or strengthening of relatively unaffected muscles. Pain is managed with application of heat or cold, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications, topical numbing medications, acupuncture, and limited cautious use of other pain medication such as narcotics, Gabapentin or Lyrica. Post polio fatigue is best managed with pacing activities „ activity interspersed with rest periods „ and treatment of any underlying sleep disorder. „ SOURCE: Dr. Marny Eulberg, Colorado Post-Polio Organization/East Seals Colorado CLOSEST POST POLIO SYNDROME SUPPORT GROUP: TAMPA AREAWHEN: Meets third Thursday monthly at noon. WHERE: Dennys restaurant, 3747 Sun City Center Blvd., Ruskin CONTACT: Pam Vogelsang, flgrammypam@yahoo.com FROM PAGE ONE

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The Sun /Sunday, April 29, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 5 Q) WHY GET VACCINATED FOR POLIO? A) According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, vaccination can protect people fr om polio, which is a disease caused by a virus that can cause permanent disability or even death. Most people infected with polio have no symptoms, and many recover without complications. But before 1955 when the vaccine was introduced, polio paralyzed and killed thousands of people every year. Its considered to be eliminated now from the country, but still occurs in some other parts of the world. Q) DO PEOPLE STILL GET POLIO IN THE U.S.? A) No, the United States has been polio-free for more than 30 years, but the disease still occurs in other parts of the world. It would only take one person with polio traveling from another country to bring polio back to the United States. Q) HOW IS POLIO SPREAD? A) Poliovirus is very contagious. It spreads through contact with the stool of an infected person or droplets from a sneeze or cough. If you get stool or droplets from an infected person on your hands and you touch your mouth, you can get infected. Also, if your child puts objects, like toys, that have stool or droplets on them into their mouth, they can get infected. An infected person may spread the virus to others immediately before and usually 1 to 2 weeks after developing symptoms. Q) WHEN ARE CHILDREN VACCINATED? A) Doctors recommend that children get four doses of the polio vaccine (also called IPV, which is inactivated) for best protection at these ages: 2 months, 4 months, 6 through 18 months, and 4 through 6 years. Q) IS THE POLIO SHOT SAFE? A) Yes. The polio vaccine is very safe and effective at preventing polio. Q) WHAT ARE THE SIDE EFFECTS? A) Vaccines, like any medicine, can have side effects. Most children who get polio shots have no side effects. When side effects do occur, they are usually mild, like temporary redness and pain where the shot was given. Q) WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF POLIO INFECTION? A) Most people who get infected with poliovirus do not have any symptoms. Some people (25 people out of 100) will have flu-like symptoms. These symptoms usually last 2 to 5 days. In rare cases, poliovirus infection can be very serious. About 1 out of 200 people will have weakness or paralysis in their arms, legs, or both. This paralysis or weakness can last a lifetime. Q) IS POLIO SERIOUS? A) The risk of lifelong paralysis is very serious. Even children who seem to fully recover can develop new muscle pain, weakness, or paralysis as adults, 15 to 40 years later. About 2 to 10 children out of 100 who have paralysis from polio die because the virus affects the muscles that help them breathe. Q) WHAT IS POST POLIO SYNDROME? A) Post-polio syndrome (PPS) is a condition that can affect polio survivors decades after they recover from their initial poliovirus infection. It is characterized by a set of health problems, such as muscle weakness, fatigue (mental and physical), and pain from joint deterioration, that begins about 15 to 40 years after the initial poliovirus infection. PPS affects between 25 and 40 out of every 100 polio survivors. Some people with PPS have only minor symptoms, while others develop more visible muscle weakness and atrophy (a decrease in muscle size). PPS is rarely life-threatening, but the symptoms can make it difficult for an affected person to function independently. Unlike poliovirus, PPS is not contagious. Only a polio survivor can develop PPS. Q) WHAT RESEARCH IS BEING DONE ON POST POLIO SYNDROME?A) Scientists are working on a variety of investigations that may one day help individuals with Post Polio Syndrome.Q) DOES POLIO STILL EXIST? A) Polio does still exist, although polio cases have decreased by over 99 percent since 1988, from an estimated more than 350,000 cases to 22 reported cases in 2017. This reduction is the result of the global effort to eradicate the disease. Today, only three countries in the world have never stopped transmission of polio (Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nigeria). „ SOURCE: U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute of Health, World Health Organization Q & A POLIOLOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSCHARLOTTE Jane A. BrownJane A. Brown, 95, of Port Charlotte, Florida, died Friday, April 27, 2017, at Solaris Healthcare of Charlotte Harbor. Arrangements are by Roberson Funeral Home and Crematory, Port Charlotte Chapel.Richard Henry KaminskiRichard Henry Kaminski of Hubbardston, Massachusetts, and Port Charlotte, Florida, passed from this life on Sunday, April 15, 2018. He was born on July 11, 1944, in Worcester, Massachusetts, to Henry S. and Josephine (Prusaczyk) Kaminski. Dick is survived by his wife of 43 years, Jacqueline B. (Frayer) Kaminski; his sister, Diane (Leon) Cremonini of Sagamore, Massachusetts; a niece; nephews; and cousins. We would like to thank the doctors and nurses at Fawcett Memorial Hospital ICU for the excellent care he received and Tidewell Hospice House where he spent his final days. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.Judith A. PowellJudith A. Powell, 77, of Port Charlotte, Florida, passed away Wednesday, April 25, 2018, at Bayfront Health Port Charlotte. Arrangements are by Roberson Funeral Home & Crematory, Port Charlotte Chapel. Ann GordonRemembering Ann GordonOn the morning of Friday, April 29, 2016, Ann Gordon awoke full of hopes, dreams, aspirations, faith and energy. In many areas of her life she had achieved or was on her way to attaining the things that mattered most to her. Already an established entrepreneur, motivational speaker, mentor to youth and respected high school teacher, Ann continued to stretch herself wanting to gain more knowledge and credentials in her quests to empower individuals and improve her community. To this end, Ann had begun her doctoral program with ambitions of obtaining her Ph.D. within 2 to 3 years. Yes, Ann was internally driven, propelled by her passion to help others maximize their potential. On that fateful day, Ann would go on about the business of living. As she did every morning, Ann began her day praying with her precious son and ensured he was prepared for a good day at school; anyone who knew Ann will attest that she was a devoted mother who was dedicated to her child. Keeping with her routine, she arrived at North Port High School well before her scheduled time so that she could be available to students who needed extra time and attention, or simply needed a caring adult to listen and guide them through whatever issues they faced. She would always close her conversations with students with encouraging words, a warm hug, a gentle pat, a high-“ve or a ”ash of her broad beautiful smile that emanated from deep within her heart and sparkled through her eyes. Her lunch hour would be spent interacting with students and making plans for the upcoming week. As the work day ended Ann and a friend con“rmed their plans to meet later that evening. In the hours between, she and her son spent time together reading, singing, laughing and packing for his weekend as he would be visiting his father. At 7 p.m., Ann and her son arrived at the designated location; she anticipated that this would be an ordinary parent-to-parent exchange, and she would continue with her plans. But it was not so. In the spur of a moment her life on earth ended; her physical body would be no more. However, her spirit, her legacy, her commitment to improving educational outcomes for at-risk youth, and her focus on promoting autism awareness lives on. We, Anns parents, sibling, friends, colleagues, students, neighbors and business partners are inspired by her life to continue the work that she began. A foundation supporting Autism, Domestic Violence and Education has been launched in her honor. Contributions are welcome at foranniessake.org. I Loving Memoy OBITUARIESJune M. HarmonJune M. Harmon, nee Becker, passed away on April 25, 2018, after a courageous battle with cancer. She was born 62 years ago, on August 3, 1955, in Glen Cove, New York, to Helen L. and George W. Becker. June graduated from North Shore High School, Glen Head, NY, and attended Salem College in Salem, West Virginia. Throughout her life she was interested in painting, Japanese bunka, and reading. Recently, she thoroughly enjoyed being around her granddaughter. She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She moved to Englewood, Florida, in 1977, then to Pt. Charlotte, Florida. She had worked in the medical “eld for 40 years. The majority of her time was spent working for Dr. Mark Konwiser. Recently, she worked for the Center for Sight. She was predeceased by her parents and grandparents George and Bertha Becker and Peter and Ruth Lynch. June is survived by her husband of 35 years Richard Harmon, her daughter and partner April Harmon and Austin Thomson, and granddaughter Brooklynn Thomson all of Pt. Charlotte; a sister and brother-in-law Linda and David Girardin of East Palatka, Florida; an aunt and uncle Ruth and William Stehling of Boynton Beach, Florida; a cousin Elizabeth Lynch of Northampton, Massachusetts; and other cousins. The family will hold a private burial at Sarasota National Cemetery on Thursday May 3rd at 11AM. A celebration of Junes life will be held at a later date. Funeral arrangements were made by Farley Funeral Homes and Crematorium, North Port. In lieu of ”owers, please make a contribution to your local Hospice or the American Cancer Society in Junes memory.Dean L. BecksteadLaurier Donald Dean Beckstead, 74, passed away peacefully at his Palm Island home in the early morning hours of Wednesday, April 25, 2018, surrounded by his loving family. He was born on July 18, 1943 and raised in Emerson, Manitoba, Canada. His family was part of the Beckstead family that pioneered the Canadian movement west, and Deans ancestors were homesteaders dating back to the 1750s. He received a degree in Engineering from the University of North Dakota, and an MBA in Business Administration from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. Dean was employed for six years with the General Electric Company in various management positions, and subsequently for two years in the management consulting “eld with Alexander Grant and Company. For seven years prior to joining the company Dean was employed by Senco Products, Inc. in Cincinnati, Ohio where he held executive management positions in both marketing and manufacturing. In 1979 Dean and his brother, Gar“eld, purchased the property where Palm Island Resort is located and he became director and president of the resort in 1980. Prior to the development of the resort Dean contacted the University of Florida to conduct a preliminary environmental study of the island, and because of that study the 45-acre northern tip of the island adjacent to Stump Pass was dedicated as a preservation site to be maintained in its natural state. Dean took other measures to protect the islands delicate ecological balance, including the elimination of automobiles from the resort. He played a vital role in the Charlotte County Beaches and Shores Advisory Committee since its inception many years ago, and was a devout supporter of keeping local beaches as pristine as possible. Dean and Gar were honored by the Lemon Bay Conservancy in 2014 for their donation of almost 10 acres of land on Thornton Key adjacent to the 30-acre Thornton Key Preserve, making the combined land into one of the largest park and preservation areas on any barrier island in Southwest Florida. Overall Dean founded or was af“liated with more than 29 companies over a 32-year period of his life including Palm Island Water Taxi, Palm Island Marina, LLC, Island Harbor Beach Club, LLC, Bocilla Islands Conservation Foundation, Palm Island Transit, Inc., he was the president of the Charlotte Harbor Land Company and, of course, of Palm Island Resort. Dean was an avid “sherman, competing in many marlin and bill“sh tournaments. He was the co-founder and organizer of the Palm Island Resort Anglers Classic Bill“sh Tournament that was held in the 1980s, that offered a $46,000 prize fund. It was the largest bill“sh tournament purse on the west coast of Florida for its time. Dean was a member of the Charlotte County Republican Party and of the Englewood United Methodist Church. He served on the Board of Directors of the University of North Dakota Alumni Association from 2013-2017. He was also a big supporter of Lemon Bay High School baseball, and was a major contributor to the advancement of the Sky Academy and the Englewood YMCA. Dean truly thrived on perfecting the wheel. He was a measure twice, cut onceŽ man in a discombobulated world that he sometimes found hard to understand. He was an incredibly hard worker and when Hurricane Charley hit the area in 2004 Dean, his family and his employees took their barges back and forth to Palm Island and Useppa Island (which Gar owns), spending weeks pulling out brush, cleaning up destroyed homes and spending hours every day doing the work necessary to bring Useppa back to life. Dean was also a very loyal and generous man to his family, friends and employees, and is remembered fondly for the grand, quiet deeds he performed without wanting an ounce of notice for doing them. Because of Dean many families have ”ourished, many small businesses have been started and many, many lives have been in”uenced for the better. He was preceded in death by his parents, Elsie and Donald Keith Beckstead. He is survived by his wife, Jamie; his brothers, Gar (Sanae) of Sarasota and Gary (Betty) of Grand Forks, N.D.; his children, Laurie Beckstead, Adam (Heather) Beckstead, Drew (Chelsea) Culbreth, Jay (Jackie) Culbreth and Kathryn (Aaron) McFarland; grandchildren Estella Aberdean, Lucas, Emma, Jonathan, Michael, Miller, Whit and Birdie; niece Mika Beckstead, nephew Donald (Heather) Beckstead, nephew Blake Beckstead, nephew Scott Beckstead and niece Barb Beckstead. Services will be held on Tuesday, May 1 at 11 a.m. at the Englewood United Methodist Church. Arrangements were made by Lemon Bay Funeral Home and EUMC. In lieu of ”owers please consider donations to either the Englewood Family YMCA, 701 Medical Blvd., c/o Marcia Ziegler, Englewood, FL 34223; or the UND Foundation, 3501 University Ave., Stop 8157, Grand Forks, N.D. 58202. 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Page 6 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 Letters are welcome on virtually any subject, but we do have some rules. Please keep them to less than 250 words. Letters will be edited to length as well as for grammar and spelling. All letters must be signed with full name „ not initials. An address and telephone number must be included. The phone number and address are not for publication, but must be provided. Due to the number of letters received, we are able to run only one letter per person per month. The Letters to the Editor section is designed as a public forum for community discourse, and the opinions and statements made in letters are solely those of the individual writers. The newspaper takes no responsibility for the content of these letters. Please send or bring correspondence to the Sun Letters to the Editor, 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980. Readers may email Letters to the Editor at letters@sun-herald.com. Further questions or information, call 941-681-3003. HOW TO SUBMIT A LETTER TO THE EDITOREmail letters to letters@sun-herald.comPublisher „ Glen Nickerson Executive editor „ Jim Gouvellis Editorial page editor „ Stephen Baumann Commentary Editor „ John Hackworth V IEWPOINTPoliticians are not working for me Controlled burns cause trac snarls A good reason for leash laws Must make sure candidates honest Golf cart debate in Cypress Falls Where is our Wells-Fargo cash? Great concert thank youEditor: Did you know? According to statistics, there are 245 million Americans and, out of that, 23 percent (56 million) have no religious af“liation. Out of the 23 percent, 3 percent (1.7 million) are atheist, 5 percent (2.8 million) are agnostics. There are 173 million Christians. And yet, it is unlawful to have public displays of the Christ child on his birthday! We are not allowed to pray in our schools. God is not allowed in public. They say, Separation of Church and State. Then, why is In God We TrustŽ in all the documents of our founders? The Civil War is part of our history. Slavery is part of the history of the world,Ž not just our country. And, yet a small minority is being allowed to erase that part of our history. Allowed by who? By the silent majority. We are allowing the politicians to cater to the wishes of those minorities for their votes, the votes that give them great salaries, perks, and retirement. And we vote them in with the expectation that they work for us.Ž Have a good day.Jim Panaretos Port CharlotteEditor: Maybe its just me but I have a real problem with controlled burns that are held when our area is under such high “re danger conditions. While the newspaper reporting said that the closure of I-75 on April 20 was the result of fog and smoke combined, the TV reporting mentioned nothing about fog nor was fog an issue above or below the road closure. The result of this burn was that not only I-75 was gridlocked but so were alternate and feeder routes. A trip from Englewood to Tampa that is normally a 1 to 2 hour trip took 3 hours. The wasted gas, the addition exhaust fumes and the lost revenue must be staggering in a situation like this. The chances of a controlled burn getting out of control are huge during dry conditions such as existed on this day. It is also completely unnecessary. Had it been held when the winds were west to east there wouldnt be a problem. With the explosion of growth and inadequate roads, Editor: A recent letter writer thinks Charlotte County is not dog friendly because her dog has to be on a leash. I believe she is misinformed. There are Leash laws in all neighboring counties. Leash laws exist to protect dogs and their owners. Many dog owners think that their dogs are friendly until they are not. Im sure your dog probably is friendly, as is my Shitzu. While walking in my neighborhood, we were attacked by an unleashed dog whose owner probably thought that his dog was friendly.Ž Luckily we were not hurt, but I know others who were not so lucky and were badly injured. Dogs are animals and can behave unpredictably, especially when encountering other dogs. Editor: When are we going to realize that every crooked politician in of“ce today started by getting their name on the ballot in Florida or the state they represent? That is the point at which we need to be absolutely sure that they are quali“ed, sane, truthful and not criminals. If we cant do that, we cant expect to have people we can trust to be mindful of the needs of all people, not just the ones who paid for their loyalty! Im proposing one possible solution, but Im happy to listen to anyone who thinks they have a better one or can Editor: I wanted to commend the North Port Sun for publishing the well researched article, golf carts could spell trouble,Ž recently. This timely article warns the public of the dangers of their use, even on golf courses. Coinciding with this article, our neighborhood of Cypress Falls has just had our documents changed from on high without any consultation from our residents, that we must include golf carts on our windy, narrow neighborhood roads. There are no provisions to widen our roads or build any cart paths. We are not a golfing community. No one in the neighborhood would deny a genuinely disabled person use of a golf cart, but 99 percent of us can walk, bike or use a car for our transportation. Why did Centex/Pulte/Dull Webb change the documents that we bought under 11 years later without so much as a Editor: As we know, Wells-Fargo will pay $1 billion in “nes and penalties to federal regulators, i.e. the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and the Of“ce of the Comptroller. In an earlier scandal $187 million to the same federal regulators and believe it or not to the Los Angeles City attorneys of“ce. These “nes and penalties are due to mortgage and auto lending abuses and the illegal opening of 3.5 million bank and credit card accounts. I wonder why all this money goes to the federal government and the Los Angeles City Attorneys of“ce? What will they do with the money ... bonuses for doing their job? Wells-Fargo should be forced to pay off the mortgages, credit cards and auto loans of the consumers that were duped. That may get the attention of WellsFargo and others that practice unscrupulous banking practices.John Brown Punta GordaEditor: I attended the North Port Chorale concert recently and had an enjoyable experience. Their theme Songs from the Silver ScreenŽ was very ambitious and done extremely well. Director Jeffery A. Herbert, the accompanists and the entire chorale did a splendid job. Thank you one and all. I look forward to the 2018-2019 season.Kathy Pearsall Port Charlotte OUR VIEW LETTERS TO THE EDITORCharlotte County schools making a strong comebackOUR POSITION: Charlotte County Schools are making signi“cant progress under the leadership of Superintendent Steve Dionisio.Like a baseball slugger who suddenly cant swat a curveball, the Charlotte County School District was mired in a deep slump. Following a couple of years of A grades from the state and challenging for a top 10 ranking among Floridas 67 school districts, Charlotte dropped to a B and a poor standing of the 48th best school district in Florida. The ranking created a stir, to say the least. Business owners bemoaned the idea that new employees, wanting the best education for their children, would not want to bring families to Charlotte County. The picture was bleak, to put it mildly. That is no longer the case. Superintendent Steve Dionisio has helped Charlotte County schools recover their swing. And theyre swinging for the fences. At a recent Charlotte County Chamber of Commerce event, Dionisio gave what amounted to a state-of-the-schools address. The facts were impressive. According to the superintendent: € Charlotte County has jumped from 48th in the state to 30th place „ in three years. € Graduation rates have risen from 77 percent in 2016 to 81 percent in 2017 „ the highest graduation rate ever in Charlotte County. € Charlotte has a higher Advanced Placement pass rate than the global average. € In the 2016-17 school year, the county beat the state average on the SAT test, 546 to 527 in reading and 517 to 491 in math. The scores that year also beat the national reading average and tied the national math average. Dionisios drive was on display when he told chamber members: I dont want to tie people, I want to beat them.Ž The superintendent, as with most heads of major companies or the president of the United States, gets the credit for turning things around. There is no doubt Dionisio has set the bar high for his staff, teachers and students and has provided strong leadership in the drive to become a top 10 school in the state. The schools are preparing to ask taxpayers to pay $1 per $1,000 value of their homes in a fall referendum. It is money that is much needed. The county lags behind in teacher pay and has other needs that the state money and current local taxes just do not pay for. Dionisio knows full well how important it is to show improvement in the classroom „ a signal that Charlotte County schools have a plan in place for excellence. In a recent Sun article, Dionisio said: Were trying to produce a product that this community can be proud of.Ž That goal „ along with the number one priority of keeping our children safe „ is certainly what administrators and teachers should have in mind every day they open the school doors. We are please d with the progress being made. Being a top 10 school in Florida, a longshot just a couple of years ago, is a real possibility. There are at least two dog parks in Charlotte County where you can unleash your dogs, Hounds on Henry in Punta Gorda, and Edgewater Park in Port Charlotte. I see leashed pets in local restaurants, stores, farmers markets, art festivals etc. Merchants in Punta Gorda and elsewhere put out water bowls for dogs. I believe that Charlotte County is very dog friendly and safe because dogs are on leashes.Jane Rigatti Port Charlottesuch things as doing whatever we can to alleviate traf“c problems should be a priority. Controlled burns that might close roads should not be conducted until there is the least possibility of causing closures. Burning during severe droughts doesnt meet that standard.Charity Eavey Englewoodimprove on mine. Well work through it together, but do something! Contact me at, ffqcsba@Gmail.com Im here to listen.Don Steiner North Portpublic meeting? Because they are now trying to sell two different homes with space for a golf cart. Is this the tail wagging the dog?Betty Brent North PortSunseeker is going to be greatEditor: Some of your readers are losing a lot of sleep over Sunseekers. Its going to be a beautiful place and employ a lot of people. Get over it people. Move on to something else. Im getting tired of reading about it. Danny Caprario Port Charlotte

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The Sun /Sunday, April 29, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 7 VIEWPOINT Trey Gowdys emotions sometimes bubble disconcertingly close to the surface, but unlike many members of the political class, he is not all surface. At a breakfast four years ago, the South Carolina Republican had tears in his eyes as he explained when he would leave Congress: after Tim Scott, a Republican congressman who had been appointed to the Senate in 2013 when Jim DeMint resigned, had been elected in his own right. This, Gowdy said at that breakfast, would close the circle of his states history. Scott, an AfricanAmerican, was born in 1965, 44 days after the Voting Rights Act was signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson. The 1960 census had recorded South Carolina as 34.8 percent African-American. It was only about 27 percent African-American when Scott was elected in 2014 to complete DeMints un“nished term, and was elected to a full term in 2016. So, at the end of 2018, Gowdy, after eight years representing northern South Carolinas booming Greenville-Spartanburg area, will put Washington in his rearview mirror. The nations capital will be duller because of the departure of him and his myriad hairstyles. He will not miss it but will miss his weekly dinners with Scott, almost always at the same table in the Capitol Hill Club, a Republican hangout. A former prosecutor, Gowdy ran for Congress in part to get a respite from things that prosecutors must stare at unblinkingly. There was the 9-year-old girl with cerebral palsy who was beaten to death by her mothers boyfriend. Gowdys eyes are moist as he says that the girls picture is on his desk in his congressional of“ce. Staring down such evils is, he says, particularly arduous for someone like him, because if youve got no faith, youve got nothing to lose.Ž He, a devout Christian, thought it was time to do something else.Ž When he “rst ran for public of“ce, a friend congratulated him for being up to 20 in polls that showed him losing 80-20. When in 2010 he ran for Congress against a six-term Republican incumbent, he surfed into of“ce on that years tea party wave. And he was immediately miserable,Ž until he began his friendship with Scott. As a member of three key committees (Oversight and Government Reform, Judiciary, and Intelligence), Gowdy has been at the „ sometimes he has been the „ epicenter of controversies. These have included Benghazi (honestly, do you remember what that was about? Didnt think so), the two parties dueling memos about Russian interference in the 2016 election, and the Mueller investigation. When his fellow Republicans on the Intelligence Committee faulted the FBI, CIA and NSA for concluding with high con“denceŽ that Russia preferred Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton, Gowdy said that the committees own evidence showed that Russian involvement in the election was motivated in whole or in part by a desire to harm her candidacy or undermine her presidency had she prevailed.Ž Gowdy has never met Trump and might leave Washington without having done so. Politics as he envisioned it would be a vocation in which participants asked themselves: What cause do I believe in strongly enough that I am willing to lose for it? Now, Gowdy says, the dominant question is: What am willing to do to win? At 53, he says he wants to go somewhere where facts matter.Ž So, he probably will not teach in a university. South Carolina has been punching above its weight recently. Former Gov. and now U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, daughter of immigrants from India, is disproving the plausible „ until she came along „ rule that no one could have sustained transactions with the current president without being diminished. Former South Carolina Rep. Mick Mulvaney is director of the Of“ce of Management and Budget. James Clyburn, the most senior member of the states otherwise all-Republican House delegation, is assistant minority leader, the third-ranking position in the Democrats House leadership. It is dif“cult to say how, but it is also dif“cult to doubt that, the social soil of South Carolina has something to do with the states success in seeding national politics with talent. Gowdy and Scott have co-authored a book (Uni“ed: How Our Unlikely Friendship Gives Us Hope for a Divided CountryŽ) that is dedicated to one of Scotts grandfathers and one of Gowdys grandmothers: In the segregated age in which they lived, the two never met. But two generations later, their grandsons became the best of friends.Ž George Wills email address is georgewill@ washpost.com .Gowdy aimed to close the circle of South Carolinas history George Will Courage isnt required to condemn the Syracuse University chapter of the Theta Tau fraternity for simulating a sexual assault on a disabled student. Video of this ape-ish display, now in wide circulation, should horrify anyone with an ounce of decency. That is, assuming people still recall what decency is. Alas, this onceaspirational, if now-uncommon, denominator of the American experience has been on the wane for the past several decades, so that apparently the most anyone can say about young men performing as no self-respecting baboon would in that the video was appalling and disgusting on many intersecting grounds.Ž This pronouncement came from university Chancellor Kent Syverud after the clip was released Saturday. Indeed, sir. Quite, quite. In the clip, we see a group of apparently drunk males surrounding an individual seated in a chair, who, his head bobbing, is pretending to be disabled. One of the young lads can be heard saying that the reason the supposedly disabled person is drooling is because hes retarded.Ž The video proceeds to show fraternity brothers approaching the seated fellows face in sexually aggressive maneuvers. In an earlier video released last week, one Theta Tau member is shown kneeling before another, who extends a penileshaped somethingŽ as if a lance to a knights shoulder. The kneeling member repeats as instructed that hell keep his heart filled with hatred toward blacks and Jews. (The videos poor quality makes it difficult to follow, but this is how it has been described.) The foregoing would seem ample justification for the expulsion of these students for disgusting behavior unbefitting the schools motto: Knowledge crowns those who seek her.Ž The university has begun disciplinary proceedings and referred the videos to the district attorney. Fine. In America, even knuckle-dragging quadrupeds are granted due process. Meanwhile, some consolation can be found in the universitys having already expelled Theta Tau „ described as the oldest, largest and foremostŽ fraternity for engineers „ from the campus. Let the record show that the national Theta Tau organization has condemned the actions of the Syracuse chapter, whose members insist they were merely satirizing political correctness and spoofing all things deemed off-limits. If you, dear reader, are thinking that the world has gone barking bonkers, then you might be one of The Decents, a very small social strata whose constituents quietly wander in search of like souls. Im reminded of novelist Cormac McCarthys The Road,Ž a deeply disturbing story about a postapocalyptic America in which survivors have sorted themselves into either cannibalizing criminals or, in the case of a father and young son, guardians of the last burning ember of civilization. These two are among the last of very few who remember what civilization looked like and what it takes to carry the fireŽ: vigilance, dedication, unwavering courage, discipline, loyalty and commitment. Such guardians of the light are much needed in these overcast days of indecency, cruelty and behavior bereft of empathy. Campus protesters and others have described the Syracuse videos as proof of the toxicity of fraternities, generally. It is tempting to agree, but a fraternity gone bad is a symptom of a larger cultural disruption. The causes are many „ from the high rates of broken families and fatherless homes to omnipresent pornography (and celebrity porn stars) to rampant narcissism (and the accompanying selfieobsession) „ to name a few. Permissiveness in the guise of nonjudgment has aided in the triumph of selfish expression predicted by cultural historian Christopher Lasch in his 1979 book, The Culture of Narcissism.Ž Somewhere in his imagination, he may have envisioned a future president who would act out his infantile impulses on the world stage when he wrote that the logic of individualismŽ would be carried to the extreme of a war of all against all, the pursuit of happiness to the dead end of a narcissistic preoccupation with the self.Ž Thus, Theta Taus disgusting frat theater was but a fresh episode in what should be understood as a gradual unraveling of decent society „ a dimming of the light. But what, you ask, can anyone do to shift the chancellors intersecting groundsŽ in such a rough culture? Its an old saying, but charity begins at home, meaning that children learn the values of decency „ do unto others „ from their parent-leaders within the familys miniature social system. Its a big lift to fix, but history has determined that solid families best serve the community interest. This surely is Ground Zero for our ascent. Courage, it seems, is needed now to do the hard thing at Syracuse and expel the boys „ not for expressing racism and anti-Semitism, or for lampooning the disabled, none of which brought actual harm to anyone and is probably legally protected speech. Rather, they should be expelled because someone has to carry the fire. Expel them, Mr. Chancellor, because their behavior is beneath the dignity of your institution „ and of a nation they little deserve to inherit. Courage, sir. Ill loan you a candle. 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Page 8 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 square are waste in the lumber process. The lumber people then ship that lumber waste to a newsprint plant where it is turned into pulp, then paper. Because we use wasteŽ from the lumber process, the cost of the raw material for newsprint, is a small part of the overall costs of creating a “nished roll of newsprint. Sweeping up sawmill scraps is signi“cantly cheaper than hauling all those recycled papers from each house to a recycling plant, where they must “rst be cleaned up before they can be used. The current paper shortage is not because we dont have enough raw material to create paper. We have lots of wood chips. The problem is we are not turning enough wood chips into paper for newspapers. Heres why. Scrap lumber chips are combined with water and turned into pulp. That pulp can be turned into many different products. Packaging is the largest user of wood chips turned into pulp with about 51 percent of output. Seventeen percent is used for Kleenex or Baby Diapers. Thats right; when you blow your nose, you are blowing it into wood. You are also putting your grandchild in diapers made out of wood. About 20 percent of pulp is used to make good old-fashioned writing paper and other printing. Newsprint only accounts for about 12 percent of all pulp usage. When tariffs and duties are slapped on newsprint, mills are repurposed to use pulp for tissue, or packaging. Or the product shipped overseas. In the short term, removal of newsprint capacity for other uses, because of tariffs and duties, further increases this current shortage. Prices also rise faster. Paper that was supposed to be at our dock in January did not arrive until April. Last weekend, if we had to run four more hours on our presses, we would have run out of paper. We came that close to missing a days delivery of your paper. This newsprint shortage shall pass, we just dont know when. There are many unintended consequences when tariffs and antidumping duties are imposed. Trade wars are not simple and easy to win. I apologize to our readers and advertisers for the inconvenience this trade war is creating. We are doing everything we know, to get through this period without being tarif“ed (pardon the pun). I know we are perhaps over-communicating, but know how passionate you are about the paper and would prefer to err on the side of over communication. Share your thoughts. David is CEO of the familyand employee-owned Sun Coast Media Group which owns this newspaper. You can contact David at daviddr@ sun-herald.com .DAVIDFROM PAGE 1 job contacts, according to FDEO. But, like the unemployment numbers, fewer and fewer people are receiving unemployment bene“ts in Charlotte and Sarasota counties recently. Charlotte Countys unemployment rate registered in March at 4 percent, down from 4.6 percent from that time last year. It was 3.4 percent in Sarasota County, down from 3.8 percent a year ago. Meanwhile, there were 139 people getting unemployment bene“ts in Charlotte County in March, and 304 in Sarasota County. That was down a combined 35 recipients from last year, according to information from the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. Asked if it tracks when people on unemployment assistance dont call back prospective employers, FDEO spokesperson Tiffany Vause said: Every case is evaluated independently and the department evaluates cases based on state and federal laws.Ž Vause also said when someone applies for assistance, approvals and denials are captured in the agencys system. Florida law does not speci“cally list a requirement to call employers back. Coastal Quality Services based in North Port also gets applicants who dont return their calls or show up, according to operations manager for the company, Hector Munoz. CareerSource of Southwest Florida Spokesperson Jim Wall explained about 10 years ago CareerSource separated from the states unemployment services program. We are an employment of“ce, not an unemployment of“ce,Ž Wall said. CareerSource does not assist people with their unemployment claim or “lings, Wall said. Thats something we dont do.Ž Wall said with current unemployment rates its a job seekers market.Ž Some are using that to gain higher pay or better hours. Venice-based PGT Custom Windows + Doors Senior Vice President of Human Resources Debbie LaPinska said they too are challenged in hiring for about 130 new positions in the growing company. A lack of call-backs from applicants isnt so much a problem for hiring with PGT. Rather, LaPinska said some applicants cant pass drug or background screening in the application process. Other area companies noted that is an issue for them too. Its a tight labor market, with companies often “ghting for talentŽ during a nationwide shortage for skilled labor, she said. To compete for quality employees, LaPinska said the company has raised starting wages, offered varying shifts, childcare, job-training, a wellness clinic, tuition reimbursement and has actively recruited at job fairs. But many candidates at those fairs „ including one through CareerSource Southwest Florida last year „ failed to demonstrate job readiness. According to surveys from 63 businesses after that fair: 38 percent of them said candidates had on inappropriate attire, 27 percent said candidates lacked skills for a position, and only 11 percent reported candidates completed applications with resumes.Email: Apraegitzer@sun-herald.comWORKERSFROM PAGE 1Steven A. PopsŽ PopovichSteven A. PopsŽ Popovich, 98, of Port Charlotte, Florida, passed away on Saturday, March 31, 2018, surrounded by his family. Steven was born in Hamtramck, Michigan, to Kate and Nicholas Popovich. He worked for Ford Motor Company a number of years until he opened his own barbershop in Van Dyke, Michigan. He moved his family to Port Charlotte in 1961, two weeks before Hurricane Donna hit the area. In 1962, he opened Pops Barber Shop where he worked until 2002. Pops is survived by his children, Sandra (Bob) Bruglio and Eric (Angela) Popovich; six grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; and his loving and caring friend, Sara Richter. He was preceded in death by his wife of 67 years, Dolores. A memorial Mass will be held at 11 a.m. on May 4, 2018, at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church in Port Charlotte.Karen Christine RachwalKaren Christine Rachwal, 63, of Punta Gorda, Florida, passed away on Thursday, April 19, 2018. She was born on March 13, 1955, in Passaic, New Jersey, to Henry and Nancy Rachwal. Karen graduated from Montclair State University; she worked for Bergen Brunswig Corp., and was a top pharmaceutical salesperson. Karen came to Punta Gorda in 1995 from Saddle Brook, New Jersey; she was a member of San Antonio Catholic Church. Her last position was with Dr. Joe Butler as a medical coder and biller. She enjoyed knitting, reading, walking and riding her bike, connecting with friends and family on Facebook, and was very handy around the house. Karen will be greatly missed, and is survived by her mother, Nancy Rachwal; sister, Christine Rachwal; brother, Kenneth (Dana) Rachwal; and four nieces and nephews. The Mass in celebration of Karens life will be at 11 a.m. on Friday, May 11, 2018, at San Antonio Catholic Church. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Catholic Charities of Arcadia, 1210 East Oak St., Arcadia, FL 34266. To express condolences to the family, please visit www.LTaylorFuneral. com and sign the online guest book. Arrangements are by Larry Taylor Funeral and Cremation Services.James E. SmithJames E. Smith, 90, of Port Charlotte, Flor ida, passed away Wednesday, April 11, 2018. He was born March 30, 1928, in the Bronx, New York, to James and Helen Smith. James served in the U.S. Navy. He was a construction foreman for Ceco Corp., and owned a drywall business before retiring. James was a parishioner of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Ridgewood and St. Lukes in Ho-Ho-Kus, both in New Jersey, and San Antonio Catholic Church in Port Charlotte. He was a member of The Elks of Paramus, New Jersey, and served as a Trustee. James moved to this area from Ho-Ho-Kus in 1992; he volunteered at Bon Secours Hospital (now Bayfront Port Charlotte) and served as president of the auxiliary twice. As a young adult, James was a commercial artist. After retirement, he took up clay sculpting; he also enjoyed fishing. James will be greatly missed, and is survived by his wife of 66 years, Carol; daughters, Mary Smith, Maureen Brunetto, and Stacy Elfant; sons, Daniel, Kevin and Michael; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. No services are planned at this time. Memorial donations may be made to The Peace River Wildlife Center. To express condolences to the family, please visit www.LTaylorfuneral. com and sign the online guest book. Arrangements are by Larry Taylor Funeral and Cremation Services.NORTH PORTThere were no deaths reported in North Port Saturday. DESOTOThere were no deaths reported in DeSoto Saturday. DEATHSFROM PAGE 5 OBITUARY POLICY Obituaries are accepted from funeral homes only. An abbreviated death notice can be published for $30. Full obituaries and repeat death notices will be subject to an advertising charge. Obituaries must be received by 2 p.m. for Tuesday through Saturday publication. For Sunday through Monday publication deadline is 3p.m. Friday. In Loving Memories must be received by 2 p.m. for Tuesday through Friday publication. For Saturday through Monday publication deadline is noon on Friday. The American ag accompanying an obituary indicates a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces. Please send emails to obituaries@sunletter.com.FROM PAGE ONEDESOTO COUNTY „ A 25-year-old man was killed early Saturday when his vehicle ran off the road on U.S. 17 and SW Senate Street. Florida Highway Patrol reported Jonathon Caylor, of Arcadia, was traveling north on U.S. 17 when his 1999 Jeep Cherokee crossed into the west shoulder of the road. After over-correcting, the Jeep spun out, causing the front end to collide with a curb on the west shoulder. Caylors vehicle continued spinning and eventually ”ipped, stopping in a ditch on the east shoulder of U.S. 17. Deputies responded to the crash at 3:42 a.m. Caylor was not wearing a seatbelt, according to the report. He was taken to DeSoto Memorial Hospital. He died of his injuries. FHP is currently investigating whether alcohol was a factor in the accident. Traffic enforcement locations setCHARLOTTE COUNTY „ Beginning Monday, the Charlotte County Sheriffs Of“ce will increase traf“c enforcement at the following locations: Speed enforcement: € U.S. 17 Top crash locations: € S. McCall Road/ Placida Road € Midway Boulevard/ U.S. 41 € Kings Highway/ Veterans Boulevard € I-75 north of Jones Loop (construction related) Charlotte County Sheriffs Office reported the following arrests: € Jayson Rick Piquette, 28, 400 block of Solona St., Punta Gorda. Charge: Dealing in stolen property, unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling, burglary of dwelling structure or conveyance while armed, grand theft of a firearm, grand theft property more than $300 but less than $5,000, possession of firearm ammunition or weapon by Florida convicted felon. Bond: $90,000. € Dawson Arthur Sullivan, 19, homeless, Punta Gorda. Charge: Unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling, dealing in stolen property, false owner information on pawned items valued less than $300, burglary of dwelling structure or conveyance while armed, grand theft of a firearm, grand theft property more than $300 but less than $5,000, grand theft of firearm. Bond: $95,000. € Lonnie Joe Nelson, 40, 1300 block of Persay Dr., Punta Gorda. Charge: Possession of a control substance without prescription, possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $7,000. € Christian Jomar Vasquez-Cruz, 26, 1200 block of Slash Pine Circle, Punta Gorda. Charge: Operating a motor vehicle without a valid license. Bond: $1,000. € Thomas Noel Seeley, 58, 22100 block of Montrose Ave., Port Charlotte. Charge: Knowingly driving while license is suspended or revoked. Bond: $1,000. € Major Franklin Evans Jr., 42, 21400 Mallory Ave., Port Charlotte. Charge: Battery by intentional touch or strike, driving while license suspended, fleeing or attempting to elude LEO, leaving the scene of a crash involving property damage. Bond: $14,000. € Dustin James Kramer Padgett, 18, 500 block of Washington Ave., Immokalee. Charge: DUI with damage to property or person, possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $6,000. € Ethan William Bowersox, 20, 100 block of W. Cowles St., Englewood. Charge: DUI with damage to property or person. Bond: $2,000. „ Compiled by Kayla Gleason Fatal car crash in DeSoto County POLICE BEATThe information for Police Beat is gathered from police, sheriffs office, Florida Highway Patrol, jail and fire records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction and guilt or innocence is determined by the court system.LBTD golf tourneyThe Lemon Bay Touchdown Club golf tournament is set for May 5 at Rotonda Golf & Country Club, 100 Rotonda Circle, Rotonda West. It will be a fourperson scramble with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. Entry is $75 per person. All proceeds benefit the LBHS Manta Rays football team. To register or for sponsorship information, please contact Ryan Johnson at 941-586-8019, email lbtdclub@gmail.com or register at lbtdclub. com. Like the clubs Facebook page for updated information.Noon Kiwanis meets at Family TableThe North Port Noon Kiwanis Club meets at noon on Wednesdays at The Family Table Restaurant, 14132 Tamiami Trail. The group is looking for new members. For info, call 941-426-5818. COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS adno=54532226 STARTING AT $24,300!! 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Page 10 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 LOCAL SPORTS SunCoast Sports NowWhen news breaks, we blog it at www.suncoast sportsnow.com Like us and share our photos on Facebook: facebook.com/ SunCoastSports Follow us on Twitter for live updates and breaking news: @SunCoastSports LOCAL SPORTS Beginning his senior season in a new school after transferring to Lemon Bay from Charlotte, Mantas starting pitcher Justin Mincieli pitched as if he had something to prove this season. Playing without a “rm commitment to any colleges, the right-handed senior has pitched to a 5-1 record with 40 strikeouts to three walks for a Lemon Bay team that “nished “rst in 5ADistrict 12 with a 6-0 record through regular season play. This week, Mincieli of“cially put his future in focus as he signed his letter of intent to pitch for Webber International University. Ive pitched well this season so of course I think that may have played into it a little bit, but I think its more of everything coming together at once,Ž Mincieli said. It feels great that I dont have to worry about where Im going to college, I can just go out there and pitch.Ž With Mincieli joining a team that had just come off a State semi“nals appearance in 2017 and had a new coach in Dan Flaherty, his spot on the team was up in the air. But Mincieli never wavered for the Mantas, starting off the season 4-0 with wins over North Port and a then-undefeated Island Coast team. Hes been nothing short of remarkable,Ž Lemon Bay coach Dan Flaherty said. He comes over here and hes done everything weve asked him to do and hes worked extremely hard both with us and on his own. His stats show it, hes put together a really nice year and hes really deserving of this.Ž Webber was ranked as the No. 25 school in NAIA baseball in a preseason poll and the Warriors have gone 31-21 with a 13-11 record in The Sun Conference. Mincielis commitment to Webber means he joins a growing list of Mantas committed to play at the next level including Warner Rincones (Broward), Gabriel Salgado (St. Leo) and Brandon Gielow (Tennessee). Its great, thats what we wanna do is work hard and show that our work in the classroom and the baseball “eld can get kids to the next level,Ž Flaherty said. If you can play baseball and you want to get to the next level, this program will help you do that and Justin exempli“es what it means to be a Lemon Bay baseball player. Its just been awesome to coach him and work with him this year.Ž Mincieli commits to play for WebberBy VINNIE PORTELLSPORTS WRITER SUN PHOTO BY VINNIE PORTELLJustin Mincieli is all smiles as he signs his letter of intent to play for Webber International University surrounded by his family, coach and Lemon Bay administrators. PREP SPORTS: COLLEGE SIGNINGSSPORTS CAMPS2018 Lady Mantas Sports Camp: The 2018 Lady Mantas Sports Camp will take place from May 30-June 1. The camp, which features sessions in basketball, soccer, softball, tennis and volleyball, is for girls in grades 3-8 and runs from 8 a.m. -noon each day. An optional afternoon session is available from 12-3 on those days. Cost for the camp is $60 for the morning session and $40 for the afternoon session. A discounted family plan is also available. Each Participant will receive a camp t-shirt. For more information or to register, contact Kim Pinkham 474-7702 ext. 3112 or Mike Young ext. 3112.SAILINGEnglewood Sailings Popular Summer Sailing Camps: Learn to sail or improve your skills on beautiful Lemon Bay this summer. Registration is now open for youth ages 10-17 at the Englewood SKY Family YMCA. Camps provide supervised instruction in the fundamentals of sailing and boat handling, as well as safety, seamanship and environmental awareness. Instruction is provided by adult U.S. Sailing certified instructors. The ability to swim is a prerequisite. Camp Dates: June 4-8 and June 18-22, from 9-3 daily. Cost: $135, with a $10 discount for Y or ESA members. Camps are held at the ESA Sailing Center at Indian Mound Park in Englewood. For more information, contact Laurie OGara at 908-310-7975 or the Englewood SKY Family YMCA at 941-475-1234. Please visit our website at englewoodsailing.org. Camps are limited to 22 participants each. Charlotte Harbor Multihull Association: For multihull owners or those interested in them. No dues. Meets first Monday of each month 6p.m. at Harpoon Harrys. Visit http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CHMA/ or call Ron, 941-876-6667. Charlotte Harbor Community Sailing Center: Year-round weekly sailing classes for youth and adults. Monthly Portsmouth racing second Saturday each month. Family membership $140 per year includes use of boats on days open. Discounts available for multiple family members taking a class. Classes open to public and include beginning learn to sail, learn to race, advanced race training, tactical racing, water safety. Contact 941-456-8542 or email at thesailingcenter.org@gmail.com or web at www. thesailingcenter.org or Facebook page Charlotte Harbor Community Sailing Center.SWIMMINGCharlotte County Swimming: Yearround USA Swimming team provides instruction and competition ages 5 and up. Visit www.ccswim.org or call Susan, 941-628-1510.RUNNINGZoomers: The Southwest Florida club emphasizes running events and triathlons. Visit zoomersrun.com for information. BASEBALLSenior Men: The South Florida Suns, mens over-50 baseball team, is looking for players. All positions needed. Call 941-456-5229.MODEL SAILINGClub schedules: Sun Coast Club meets Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at South County Regional Park in Punta Gorda. Open to the public. 941-628-8802.TENNISRotonda QuickStart: Free lessons for parents and kids (12-under) at 11 a.m., every other Saturday, Rotonda Park. Rackets and balls provided. Call 941-698-9480. Get Out and Play Clinics: 10-11 a.m., every other Saturday. Gary Littlestar Masters Tennis 55-over at Rotonda Community Public Park. Rackets and balls provided. Cost: Free. Call Art Richards, 941698-9480, or pick up a Masters Tennis flier at the Tringali Recreation Center. Tennis clinics at Rotonda Community Park: Winter is just about gone and Spring tennis is unfolding at the Rotonda Community Park. Masters Tennis, POP 60 Tennis, Fuzz Ball (cardio) along with standard Clinics began April 21 at 10 a.m. and continues every other week. Special raquets and balls will be provided for those in need. Regular open play, easy-on easy-off, will also take place, no ball machines please, from 8 to 10 each Saturday. The park is at 100 Blvd. East and Parade in Rotonda West. Sponsored by USTA Florida, OnCourt OffCourt Dallas Texas and in cooperation with West Charlotte County. For more info call USTA Masters Tennis Ambassador Art (Dick) Richards at 941-698-9480. Games are also open to all communities Deaf, Wheelchair and Visually Impaired.GOLFLemon Bay Touchdown Club tournament: The Lemon Bay Touchdown Club golf tournament is set for May5 at Rotonda Golf & Country Club, 100 Rotonda Circle, Rotonda West. It will be a four-person scramble with an 8:30a.m. shotgun start. Entry is $75 per person. All proceeds benefit the LBHS Manta Rays football team. To register or for sponsorship information, please contact Ryan Johnson at 941-586-8019, email lbtdclub@gmail.com or register online at lbtdclub. com. Like the clubs Facebook page for updated information. KATIE KANAGYCharlottes Katie Kanagy is headed to Palm Beach Atlantic University where she will continue her cross country career. Kanagy is receiving both an athletic and academic scholarship with the Sail“sh. The senior was a fouryear varsity runner for the Tarpons, and received the Coaches Award in her junior year before being named the team MVP in her senior year. She notched a careerbest 20 minutes, 35 seconds at states this year „ the last race of her high school career. BRYAN OBOYLEFollowing a great high school career at North Port, Bryan OBoyle will play basketblal at the collegiate level for Florida Gateway College. OBoyle averaged 19.2 points per game as a senior, while sinking free throws at an 80.6 percentage. He also had 5.8 rebounds a night, 2.1 assists and 1.6 steals. He had milestone after milestone as a senior. He broke the school record with a 41-point performance in one game and also reached the 1,000-point mark for his entire career.JAKE THAYERPort Charlottes Jake Thayer also signed a letter of intent earlier this week, but not in a spot one would guess. Thayer is headed to San Antonio where hell attend the University of Incarnate Word as a fencer.Three area athletes headed to collegeSTAFF REPORT Port Charlottes Jake Thayer makes some history signing a letter of intent to fence in college. North Ports Bryan OBoyle signs his letter of intent surrounded by family and his coaches.PHOTOS PROVIDEDCharlottes Katie Kanagy signs her letter of intent surrounded by family and her coach. PREP SPORTS: COLLEGE SIGNINGS

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The Sun /Sunday, April 29, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 11 To view todays legal notices and more visit, www.oridapublicnotices.com To view todays legal notices and more visit, www.oridapublicnotices.com 3000 NOTICES 3112 FICTITIOUS NAME 04/29/2018 3130 NOTICE OF SALE N O TI C E I S HEREBY G IVEN that American Value Self Storage intends to sell the personal property described below to enforce a lien imposed on said property under The Florida Self Storage Facility Act Statutes (Section 83.801 83.809). The undersigned will sell at public sale by competitive bid ding ending on May 7, 2018 at 11:00am online at www.storage treasure.com for American Value Self Storage 23227 Freedom Ave. Port Charlotte, FL 33980: Cathleen Cataldi2B07 Jeremy Piquette 2H06 Publish: 04/26/18 and 04/29/18 384336 3570825 Turn Your Trash Into Cash! Advertise any Item Under $500. for FREE by Going to: www.sun-classieds. com *Limit 5 Ads Per Week Excluding Pets & Firearms 3138 OTHER NOTICES FLORIDA SOUTHWESTERN STATE COLLEGE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS #18-04 PROJECT NAME: Painting Maintenance and Repair Services College Wide ALL Meeting Locations: Florida SouthWestern State College, 8099 College Pkwy, Ft Myers, Florida 33919, B uilding/Room Number/Time as indicated. RFP SUBMITTAL: Wednesday, May 16, 2018, Prior to 2:00 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, Florida SouthWestern State College, ATTN: Lisa Tudor, Office of Financial Services, Sabal Hall Bldg O, Room 116A, 8099 College Pkwy, Ft Myers, FL 33919. PHASE ONE SHORT LIST PUBLIC EVALUATION TEAM MEETING: W ednesday, May 30, 2018, 9:00 A .M. Eastern Standard Time, Facil ities Office, White Hall, Bldg D, Room 216. Recommendation for intended award to be posted https://www.fsw.edu/procure ment/bids on or about Monday, June 4, 2018. FSW is accepting proposals from commercial painting contractors interested in providing painting maintenance and repair services to the College. All V endors are required to carry a minimum of one million dollars of commercial general liability. Vendors interested in this project may obtain the RFP #18-04 from FSW at https://www.fsw.edu/procure ment/bids. PUBLISH: 04/22/18, 04/29/18, 05/06/18 103199 3571015 PUBLI C N O TI C E IRRIGATION WATER RESTRICTIONS Charlotte County Mosquito and A quatic Weed Control announces water use restrictions for the purposes of irrigation in the following fresh water bodies (Freshwater Canals and Fresh Water ponds) Areas included are Sunset Waterway Hillsboro to Kenilworth and Kenilworth to Veterans Blvd. Do not use water from the above water bodies for irriga tion purposes. Buoys will be placed in the waterways during the restriction duration. Water re strictions begin April 30, 2108 and will end 30 days later on May 30, 2018. When the buoys are re moved from the water bodies, it will be safe to use the water for ir rigation purposes. Area residents may also be contacted by Aquatic Weed Staff who will be in the area providing information. If residents affected by this notice have questions or need additional information, please call Charlotte County Aquatic Weed Control at 941-7644370 between the hours of 08:00 AM and 3:00 PM. Publish: April 27, 28, 29, 2018 384224 3573334 FINDYOUR BESTFRIEND INTHE CLASSIFIEDS! LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS Memorials in the Sun Honor your passed loved ones anytime with a personalized memorial tribute. Call (941) 206-1028 for rates. All the news you needSEVENDAYSAWEEKOnly in Fishing For A New Career? Check Out The Classifieds In TheThe Gulf Cove Moose Lodge 2554 was rocking on Saturday night, when the Women of the Moose presented their April Dinner and Variety Show. Producerdirector Evelyn Long organized a full slate of local, very talented performers and was very pleased with the success of this colorful event. The talent shown by all of the performers was much appreciated by the audience. All proceeds of the show bene“t club programs such as the Moose Heart, a childrens charity, and Moose Haven adult senior care.Talent shines at Gulf Cove Moose Lodge Rhonda Nalley as Patty Loveless sings Timber.Ž The crowd went crazy for Neil Diamonds Sweet Caroline,Ž sung by Richie Faustine.PHOTOS BY DAVID PULASKICarl Fisher as Elvis hams it up with Samantha Badger as he sings Its Now or Never.Ž RedŽ Von Pichi, decked out as Shania Twain, asks Don Mahon the musical question, Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?Ž Dick Young, as Eddie Arnold, sings In My World,Ž a crowd pleaser. Jeannie Leifermann as Patsy Cline pulls out her props for Shes Got You.Ž At left: My Way,Ž sung by Johnny D as Frank Sinatra. 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Page 12 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSBeloved Block Party returns to Punta Gorda Members of the Punta Gorda Fire and Police Departments greet younger block party attendees with Sparky the dalmatian. Roni, Art, Mark and Donna Carey enjoy the shade of the Family Tent on Saturday. Brittney Neal catches some air at the Punta Gorda block party. Block Party attendees dance during a guitar solo at the main stage. Tonya and Collette Lake enjoy the childfriendly booths and games at the block party. SUN PHOTOS BY KAYLA GLEASONA local Zumba group entertains guests with choreographed dances on Saturday. Do You have back pain?Do you ask yourself what causes it and what you can do about it?If so, we have some information that you may be interested in. Freedom Rehab Aquatic Therapy and Dr. Corey Girdwood of Coastal Chiropractic will be doing a presentation about what causes back pain, learn tips & tricks to reduce back pain and what the current treatments are, including Chiropractic and aquatic therapy services. Pre-Registration is required. Food catered by Panera, refreshments served. Date is May 18th at 11:00 a.m at the Morgan Center 6207 W. Price Blvd in North PortCall Freedom Rehab Aquatic Therapy @ 941-400-1505 to reserve your seat today!adno=720528 Member FDICozrk.com/portCDOpen Online:Great Rate!Easy to open. 2.11%APY*15-Month CD SPECIALPort Charlotte1950 Tamiami Trail 24100 Veterans Blvd.Punta Gorda3855 Tamiami Trail*Annual Percentage Yield (APY) effective as of the publication date. $1,000 minimum deposit to open and is required to earn stated APY. Penalty for early withdrawal. Offer not available to brokers, 1-844-901-OZRK (6975)adno=50533201 WATERLINE MAGAZINE is SHARK FISHINGYup! Were “ shing for aSALES SHARK If people, “ shing and boating are your passion and you would love to represent Waterline Magazine and help our local businesses get new customerslets talk.Salary + Commission + Bene“ tsEmail your resume to:Stacie Goldberg-Advertising Manager. sgoldberg@sun-herald.comWe are a drug and nicotine free workplace. Pre-employment drug/nicotine testing is required. adno=50534824

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OUR TOWN: SUNCOAST HOMES SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2018 SUMMER SPECIALS HAPPY BIRTHDAYICE CREAM SOCIAL Punta Gorda eateries are starting to offer summer specials and early-bird hours. Seepage 12. Local birthdays announced. Seepage 9. Englewood Boys & Girls Club treated to an ice cream social. Seepage 4. Question: I just got a call from my buddy who is house hunting up in Bradenton. Hes looking at a home that advertises deeded beach access.Ž Ive been wheeling and dealing in real estate for over 30 years and thought I knew it all. But Im stumped. What is it? Answer: Thats a very good question. Every buyer looking for a home with quick access to nearby beaches should absolutely know the answer to this. Lets put this into local context. Manasota Key is a beautiful island with long stretches of Gulf of Mexico beach. The most notable beach on the island is Englewood Beach. But most of the western edge of the island is lined with miles of unnamed beaches along the Gulf. The main road running up the middle of this island is North Beach Road. The west side of the road is lined with homes and other privately-owned properties that are located directly on, or facing, the Gulf beaches. The east side of the road is lined with homes that face Lemon Bay and the Intracoastal Waterway. Locals often refer to this as the bay sideŽ of the island. Now lets take a closer look at the homeowners who live across the street from the gulf beaches; those on the bay side. Its very common to think that these residents also enjoy quick access to the gulf beaches because those beaches are literally just across the street. But thats not the case. For the most part, the beach side of the road is a virtual wall of privately-owned homes and properties. These owners have the same property rights and expectation of privacy as the rest of us. You are not legally entitled to walk through their yards just because those yards stand between you and the beaches. Sure, its convenient. But its trespassing. So even though the beaches are just a few hundred yards away from your bay-side home, that really doesnt bene“t you as far as access goes. The nearest public access point, such as the Englewood Beach parking lot, could be miles away. Thats why buyers in the hunt for a home with easy beach access need to understand this concept. Imagine paying a mint for a home because you think the beach is just a 2-minute walk from your front door. Then you discover that the nearest, legal access-point is miles away. Now, heres the good news! If your bay-side home has deeded beach access, the ownership of your property grants you the legal right to use a designated portion of another persons property for gaining access to the beach. This is typically a narrow, maybe 3 feet, pathway that extends from the road to the beach along the edge of the deeded property. The entrance is often marked by a Private Property, No TrespassingŽ sign. But that sign does not apply to you. Deeded beach access conveys with the property. When the property is sold, the deeded access conveys with it to the buyer. Deeded beach access can greatly increase the value of your home for obvious reasons. It may be a dirt path, but for the value it adds to your home, it may as well be lined with gold-plated pavers. Deeded beach access is most often shared. It is likely that other homeowners are entitled to use the same access. There are many condo complexes on Manasota Key where all the owners share the same deeded access point. By the way, deeded beach access goes two ways. If you are buying property that sits between the road and the beach, you want to know if there are any deeded encumbrances on that property that allow other parties access across your land. In summary, when What is deeded beach access? PHOTO BY BRETT SLATTERYHere is an example of deeded beach access.Ž The residents of a condo complex across the street have the legal right to use the private path at the bottom of the photo as a shortcut from their doorsteps to the beach. It cuts their round trip access to the beach from mile to 100 steps. BrettSLATTERYCOLUMNIST 3314 Christopher Street, Port Charlotte, FL 33948 County: Charlotte Year Built: 1999 List Price: $359,900 LP/SqFt: $153 Garage/Carport: 2 Car Garage Beds: 4 Baths: 2.5 Sq Ft Heated: 2,358 Total Acreage: .25 Pool: Yes Location: 88 Feet on Christopher Waterway with Canal/Harbor/ Gulf Access Listing Agent/ Brokerage: Pat Stevens, 941-6267051, Tropical Breeze Realty of SW FL LLC296 Venice Palms Blvd. Venice 13099 Preserve Court, Port Charlotte3314 Christopher Street, Port Charlotte 296 Venice Palms Blvd. Venice, FL 34292 County: Sarasota Year Built: 2001 List Price: $ 380,000 LP/SqFt: $ 197 Garage/Carport: 3-car garage Beds: 3 Baths: 3 Sq Ft Heated: 1928 Total Acreage: .24 Pool: Solar Heated Location: Venice Palms Listing Agent/ Brokerage info: Charryl Youman, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Florida Realty, 941-468-5215BRETT | 2 Address: 13099 Preserve Court, Port Charlotte, FL 33953 County: Charlotte Year Built: 2008 List Price: $318,900 LP/SqFt: $177 Garage/Carport: 2-Car Garage Beds: 2+Den Baths: 2 Sq Ft Heated: 1,800 Total Acreage: .20 Pool: Community Location: Riverwood Golf Community Listing Agent/ Brokerage: Riverwood Realty, 941-743-9663 Ext. 200

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Page 14 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 OUR TOWN SUNCOAST HOMES 2 shopping for homes with quick beach access, dont let appearances fool you. Verify that the home is close to a public access point or that it includes deeded beach access. If the home is advertised as close to the beach, understand that could mean nothing more than as the crow ”ies.Ž Brett Slattery is broker/ owner of Brett Slattery Realty llc in West Charlotte County. Brett responds to all questions and column suggestions, including those not printed due to space limitations. Reach him via 941-468-1430, Brett@BrettSlattery.com, or www.BrettSlattery.com.BRETTFROM PAGE 1The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act was a congressional overreaction to the “nancial crisis of 2008-9, and a process of amelioration is underway. Under the proposed Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act, introduced by Sen. Mike Crapo, R-Idaho, certain provisions of Dodd-Frank would not apply to mortgage lenders whose assets total less than $10 billion „ which includes most lenders „ provided that the loans are retained by their originators rather than sold.Documentation requirements prior to Dodd-FrankIn the decade prior to the “nancial crisis, documentation requirements evolved from full doc for every borrower to a range of requirements, from full doc to no doc. The less complete the documentation, the higher the price of the mortgage and the larger the required down payment and credit score. These three poles of the underwriting system were ”exible in the sense that a good score on one could offset a poor score on another. This sensible market-based system worked well until the housing bubble emerged in the early years of this century, when large numbers of borrowers elected less than full documentation so that they could exaggerate their incomes and purchase more costly houses. Many lenders accommodated them by relaxing their standards and reducing their surveillance. When the bubble burst in 2006, mortgage defaults and foreclosures rose to levels not seen since the 1930s.The Dodd-Frank responseDodd-Frank introduced the concept of quali“ed mortgages,Ž which were mortgages that carried low-risk features and provided the lenders making them a safe harborŽ from potential liability if things went wrong. Quali“ed mortgages could not have interest-only or negative amortization features, for example, and had to be fully documented. Full documentation, furthermore, was an absolute requirement in the sense that weak documentation could not be offset by good credit or a large down payment. A major consequence of this rigid rule on documentation is that lenders who offer only quali“ed loans reject self-employed loan applicants who cannot document their income adequately. Such applicants are rejected even if their credit is pristine and they are putting 20 percent down or more.The proposal to relax the ruleUnder the proposed legislation, applicable to lenders with less than $10 billion of assets, quali“ed mortgages retain most of the required low-risk features stipulated in Dodd-Frank, but full documentation is no longer required. As I read it, these lenders will once again be able to adjust their documentation requirements to other features of the transaction. In my view, this elimination of excessive rigidity in documentation rules is as it should be, but excluding the largest lenders makes no sense. The rationale, if there is one, seems to be that relaxing the documentation rule allows “rms to take more risk, and since the failure of a very large lender is a systemic threat while the failure of a small “rm is not, the privilege should not be granted to the very largest “rms. The fallacy of that argument is that “rms viewed as systemically important are subject to special regulatory oversight by the Federal Reserve, the focus of which is their overall risk exposure. The Fed does not need Congress making risk-based rules for speci“c parts of a lenders portfolio.Limitation on mortgage salesThe other unwarranted restriction in the proposed legislation is that the lenders who take advantage of the more ”exible documentation requirements lose the safe harbor if they sell the mortgage. The premise underlying this restriction is that lenders who retain loans in their portfolios will exercise greater prudence in assessing the quali“cations of borrowers because they take the loss when borrowers default, rather than passing it along to those who buy the mortgage. It is true that virtually all the sub-prime mortgages originated during the go-go years preceding the “nancial crisis were securitized. Defaultimposed losses were borne by the security holders, and by originators who were caught with unsaleable loans when markets collapsed. But portfolio lenders who retained the mortgages they originated also suffered major losses on loans they later regretted having made. The most toxic of all the mortgages that prospered during the go-go years, the option ARM that allowed negative amortization, was a portfolio product that was retained by the “rm that originated them. The correct lesson from that recent history is that market euphoria arising from persistent increases in home prices affects permanent and temporary lenders in the same way. They read the same news and attend the same conventions. In a normal market, there is zero reason to believe that the standards imposed by those who buy mortgages from originators are any less strict than those who originate for their own portfolios. Conclusion: A regulation that makes a mortgage less valuable if it is sold is a step in the wrong direction. Jack Guttentag is professor emeritus of “nance at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Comments and questions can be left at http://www. mtgprofessor.com.Undoing Dodd-Frank: Are portfolio lenders more cautious?By JACK GUTTENTAGTHE MORTGAGE PROFESSOR Fishing For A New Career? Check Out The Classifieds In The SP17509WantToGet ?ItsEasyƒJust SHOP 485' Fishing Pier WithCoveredBOATSLIPS Private Sandy Beach Swimming Pool & Spa Door-To-Door Elevators In Condos Private 2-car Garages 3 Bedrooms, 2 or 2.5 baths Quartz Countertops | Porcelain Tile Furnished Coastal Villa TOUR OUR MODELS TODAY! 14550 River Beach Drive, Port Charlotte FL |941.421.0620 Open Daily | 10am-5pm |Andrew Norris | Sales Director ON THEWORLD-CLASS FISHING & BOATING WATERS OF CHARLOTTE HARBORLuxury Waterfront Livingadno=50534171 adno=50532837

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The Sun /Sunday, April 29, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 15 OUR TOWN SUNCOAST HOMES 3 Q: I read your recent tree article and want to know how I can protect myself? „ Bob Q: My neighbor has a tree near the fence, and the roots are intruding in my yard and ruining the fence. What can I do? „ Jay Q: I do not think the law is fair that I have to pay for damage caused by my neighbors trees! Where the trunk lies, so should the liability. „ Betty A: I received these questions and many more in response to my recent tree article. I decided to use this space to review the law with you and clear up any confusion. The owner of a tree is responsible for keeping it healthy and well-maintained, and for making sure it does not become a hazard to neighbors. As long as the owner does this, he or she should not be liable if the tree falls and damages a neighboring property during a storm or other unforeseen event. If the tree is genuinely on the boundary line between two lots, it becomes the property of both owners, who are jointly responsible for its maintenance and cannot remove it without the others consent. While we are on the subject of removing a tree, it is a little-known fact that most municipalities require a permit to take down a tree and will levy significant fines for not getting one. Your neighbor is not liable to you for living branches or roots intruding onto your property, but you can trim them back to the property line, at your expense. However, if doing so damages or kills the tree, you may be responsible. If the branches or roots are already dead, it is your neighbors responsibility to remove them, and if he or she does not, and your home is damaged, your neighbor could be on the hook. It is always best to try to resolve these situations in a neighborly fashion, by talking it out. If this is impossible, try looking to your homeowners association or city for assistance. Finally, make sure that you have good hazard insurance that covers tree damage, even if your mortgage is already paid off. Gary M. Singer is a Florida attorney and board-certified as an expert in real estate law by the Florida Bar. He practices real estate, business litigation and contract law from his office in Sunrise, Fla. He is the chairman of the Real Estate Section of the Broward County Bar Association and is a co-host of the weekly radio show Legal News and Review. He frequently consults on general real estate matters and trends in Florida with various companies across the nation. Send him questions online at www. sunsentinel.com/askpro or follow him on Twitter @GarySingerLaw.What to do about your neighbors treeBy GARY M. SINGERSUN SENTINEL Looking For Something? Find it in the Classifieds! Find it in the CLASSIFIEDS! LOOKING FOR SOMETHING? FREE ADMISSION € FREE PARKING € DOOR PRIZESSATURDAY, MAY 19TH10AM 3PMCHARLOTTE HARBOR EVENT & CONFERENCE CENTER75 TAYLOR STREET, PUNTA GORDA, FLORIDAHURRICANE GUIDEPublishes May 18thFOR ADVERTISING RATESCall your Advertising Representative or941-205-6406Reach over 120, 000 Readers in Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, Englewood, North Port, & DeSotoBooths Available Call today to reserve yours 941-205-6406 adno=50534465HURRICANEBUSINESSEXPO 2018AND adno=50534469 Join Our Sales TeamOpportunity to earn up to $60,000 your “ rst year.Advertising SalesImmediate opening We will even train the right personWe are looking for our next sales superstar, is it you?DO you have a passion for helping small businessess succeed?DO you want to make a difference in the local business community?DO you like meeting new people?DO you like networking and participating in community events?We O er: Guaranteed base salary $25,000 Uncapped Monthly Commission plus bene“ ts, bonuses and expenses. Fun, energetic and engaging working environment with daily coaching and weekly training to ensure your success. Recent college graduates welcome. Sun Newspapers is a full-service, local advertising & marketing co. in Port Charlotte. What we need: € Outstanding work ethic. € Desire to listen, learn and achieve success. € High level of sincerity and integrity. € Reliable transportation. € Microsoft O ce pro“ cient.We want to hear from you!Send Resume to:Stacie Goldberg sgoldberg@sun-herald.comWe are a drug and nicotine free workplace. Pre-employment drug/nicotine testing required. adno=50534184 adno=50533020 24 HOUR WATER REMOVAL€ Steam Cleaning € Rotary Scrub € Dry Cleaning€ Tile & Grout Cleaning € Carpet Repair & Stretching € Oriental & Wool Rug Cleaning Specialist10% OFFCARPET, UPHOLSTERY & TILE CLEANINGPresent this ad at time of service for discount. *10% Discount does not apply to minimum.Punta Gorda/Port Charlotte 941.766.0115WWW.HAPPYHOMESERVICES.NET

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Page 16 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 OUR TOWN SUNCOAST HOMES 4 ENGLEWOOD „ The Englewood Boys & Girls Club was recently treated to an ice cream social as part of a state-wide community outreach initiative by Florida Realtors. The Englewood Area Board of Realtors Young Professionals Network participated in the State YPN Community Outreach Day, April 18, by treating 60 local kids to Sundaes on a Wednesday.Ž Members of Young Professionals Network visited with the Boys & Girls Club kids at their club in Tiffany Square. There they set up an ice cream bar so the kids could build their own sundaes with everything from chocolate syrup, gummy bears, sprinkles and tons of whipped cream. Lickity Split Caf donated the vanilla ice cream. The Englewood Boys & Girls Clubs mission is to enable all young people, especially those that need them the most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. They achieve that mission by offering innovative programs designed to empower youth to excel in school and to lead healthy, productive lives. EABOR has been a supporter of the Englewood Boys & Girls Club for many years, and the YPN was proud to make the club the recipient again this year of the YPN State Community Outreach Day. Last year, EABORs YPN took kids from the local club bowling. YPN helps young real estate professionals excel in their careers by giving them the tools and encouragement to become involved in four core areas: Realtor associations, the real estate industry, peers and community. Keep up to date with the organization by following them on Facebook or visit EnglewoodAreaBoard ofRealtors.com.Englewood Young Professionals Network scoops the ice creamBy KIM PARKSBOARD OF REALTORS Pictured from left are Young Professionals members Charles Miller, Luz Serrano, Dustin Eubank, Ashley Johnson, Matt Wojcik, Beth Cashman, Kim Parks, Ben DeMarsh, Traci Hamill, Smitty Barco and Sharon Barco. Luz Serrano, Charles Miller, and Dustin Eubank scoop out the icecream. PHOTOS PROVIDEDAshley Johnson, Traci Hamill, and Beth Cashman assist the kids in making their sundaes. 147637-1 SR Bringing New Life to Senior Living2018 Brookdale Senior Living Inc. All rights reserved. BROOKDALE SENIOR LIVING and BRINGING NEW LIFE TO SENIOR LIVING are the registered trademarks of Brookdale Senior Living Inc. A Life Care* Community 23023 Westchester Boulevard | Port Charlotte, Florida 33980 brookdalelifecare.com*Life Care plan/guarantee is subject to the terms of the Residency Contract. Call 1-888-798-6863 today to attend our High Tea at 2 p.m. Thursday, May 10 in the Town Hall.Conveniently located near Charlotte Harbor and Punta Gorda, South Port Square is Floridas best-kept secret. Its resort-style living with amenities youll love. Tucked awayDOESNT HAVE TO MEAN FAR AWAY. adno=50533188 ADNO=720595 Trinity United Methodist Church 4285 Wesley Lane (Off 41, Off Biscayne & Off Coco Solo) North Port, Florida 34287www.trinityumcnorthport.org941-426-1734 Lets gather around the ” agpole and Pray for the Community! Pray for the Nation! Pray for the World! JOIN US! PRAYER VIGIL AT TRINITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Thursday May 3, 10am NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYERŽ Where Shopping Makes Cents charlottecountychamber.org adno=50532903

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The Sun /Sunday, April 29, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 17 OUR TOWN SUNCOAST HOMES 5 Bill Martin, chief executive of“cer of Florida Realtors, was the keynote speaker at a recent membership meeting of The Englewood Area Board of Realtors. Martin spoke about the importance of Amendment 2 that will be on the ballot in November. Amendment 2 would give voters the choice to make permanent a 10 percent cap on annual valuation increases for non-homestead properties. The 10 percent cap has been in place for a decade, but expires in 2019. Without an extension, Martin warned, property owners could see their property tax bill skyrocket.Ž Carrie ORourke, vice president of public policy for Florida Realtors, also spoke at the mixer that was held at Boca Royale Country & Golf Club. Amendment 2 really is good for everybody, because if the non-homestead tax cap expires in 2019, every Floridian will be negatively impacted in some way,Ž ORourke said. Three local Realtors were honored at the event for their contribution to the state association and their participation at the local and national level. Martin saluted board president Kathi Obendorfer, past president Kevin Hyde and board director David Haynes and welcomed them to the Florida Realtors Honor Society. The statewide designation is an honor to the real estate profession that was established 30 years ago. EABOR has been the local voice for real estate since 1962. The mission is to support the success and professionalism of their members while improving our community and protecting private property rights. Learn more about EABOR and their involvement in the community by following them on Twitter and Instagram @EABORFL or “nd them on Facebook.Florida Realtors chief supports Amendment 2By KIM PARKSBOARD OF REALTORS PHOTOS PROVIDEDMartin saluted board president Kathi Obendorfer, past president Kevin Hyde and board director David Haynes. 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Page 18 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun /Sunday, April 29, 2018 CHARLOTTE COUNTY/NORTH PORT COURTESY OF PUNTA GORDA, PORT CHARLOTTE, NORTH PORT ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS ML# Status Address Zip Code City Sq. Ft. List Price Pool Sold Price BE FB HB Built Property Style Sold Terms Sold Date SP /SqFt SP/LP Ratio C7250327 Sold 21149 MIDWAY BLVD 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE 812 $45,000 None $35,000 2 1 0 1961 Single Family Residence Cash 4/23/2018 26.6 0.78 C7246858 Sold 21300 BRINSON AVE #210 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE 644 $50,000 Community $47,000 1 1 0 1972 Condominium Cash 4/23/2018 72.98 0.94 N5916937 Sold 4784 CHICOPA ST 34287 NORTH PORT 1369 $55,000 None $55,000 2 1 0 1963 Single Family Residence Cash 4/19/2018 38.7 1 1 C7249024 Sold 21150 GERTRUDE AVE #P4 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE 550 $58,000 None $55,200 1 1 0 1978 Condominium Cash 4/23/2018 100.36 0.95 C7250754 Sold 22523 WESTCHESTER BLVD #B102 33980 PORT CHARLOTTE 840 $59,900 Community $57,000 2 2 0 1984 Condominium Cash 4/25/2018 67.86 0.95 C7245746 Sold 26267 NORTHERN CROSS RD #1 33983 PUNTA GORDA 891 $79,900 Community $79,900 2 2 0 1988 Condominium Cash 4/20/2018 89.67 1 C7250796 Sold 19505 QUESADA AVE #L202 33948 PORT CHARLOTTE 899 $82,500 Community $82,500 2 2 0 1985 Condominium Cash 4/25/2018 91.77 1 C7248507 Sold 611 FLORAL LN 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE 946 $104,900 None $93,000 2 1 0 1958 Single Family Residence Cash 4/19/2018 67 .15 0.89 C7250132 Sold 21347 GLENDALE AVE 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE 1060 $114,900 None $109,500 2 1 0 1961 Single Family Residence Cash 4/24/2018 57.84 0.95 C7249730 Sold 8675 CRISTOBAL AVE 34287 NORTH PORT 1186 $114,900 None $102,500 3 1 0 1963 Single Family Residence FHA 4/25/2018 82 0.89 C7250820 Sold 3221 WHITE IBIS CT #A4 33950 PUNTA GORDA 826 $124,900 Community $121,000 2 1 0 1987 Condominium Cash 4/20/2018 146.49 0.97 C7250253 Sold 175 KINGS HWY #C2 33983 PUNTA GORDA 1153 $124,900 Community $122,000 2 2 0 1988 Condominium Conventional 4/19/2018 105.81 0.98 N5917001 Sold 8356 AGRESS AVE 34287 NORTH PORT 984 $125,000 None $126,000 2 1 0 1961 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/19/ 2018 86.3 1.01 W7637641 Sold 957 TROPICAL AVE NW 33948 PORT CHARLOTTE 994 $127,000 None $125,000 2 1 1 1976 Single Family Residence Convention al 4/23/2018 96.6 0.98 D5917151 Sold 6800 PLACIDA RD #222 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1100 $128,000 Community $118,000 2 2 0 1985 Condominium Cash 4/23/2018 107.2 7 0.92 D5923786 Sold 116 PINE HOLLOW DR #116 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1112 $138,000 Community $138,000 2 2 0 1989 Condominium Cash 4/20/2018 112.01 1 D5923403 Sold 4223 BULLARD ST 34287 NORTH PORT 1471 $139,000 None $144,097 3 2 0 1972 Single Family Residence FHA 4/25/2018 82. 67 1.04 C7247183 Sold 2217 AARON ST 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE 1221 $140,000 None $137,000 3 1 0 1962 Single Family Residence FHA 4/19/2018 89.54 0.98 C7242799 Sold 719 SPRING LAKE BLVD NW 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE 1203 $140,000 None $137,000 3 2 0 1974 Single Family Residence Conve ntional 4/24/2018 88.5 0.98 A4200854 Sold 5409 SIMRAK ST 34287 NORTH PORT 912 $141,900 None $133,000 2 1 1 1980 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/24/2 018 94.33 0.94 C7247931 Sold 3318 AVANTI CIR 34287 NORTH PORT 1278 $143,900 Community $143,900 3 2 0 1978 Single Family Residence FHA 4/20/201 8 73.57 1 C7249102 Sold 8793 SAN PABLO AVE 34287 NORTH PORT 1176 $144,700 None $144,700 3 2 0 1978 Single Family Residence FHA 4/24/2018 88.66 1 C7250531 Sold 2049 GEORGIA AVE 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1315 $149,000 None $155,000 2 2 0 1988 Single Family Residence Cash 4/25/2018 74 .45 1.04 C7249651 Sold 19305 WATER OAK DR #102 33948 PORT CHARLOTTE 1168 $149,999 Community $148,000 2 2 0 2001 Condominium Cash 4/19/2018 126.71 0.99 R4707472 Sold 11431 BAGGOT AVE 34224 ENGLEWOOD 996 $153,000 None $147,500 2 2 0 1993 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/19/ 2018 85.86 0.96 C7245607 Sold 27330 CHINQUAPIN DR 33955 PUNTA GORDA 1206 $155,000 None $150,000 3 2 0 2007 Single Family Residence Cash 4/24/20 18 98.94 0.97 C7242577 Sold 60 INDEPENDENCE ST 33954 PORT CHARLOTTE 1437 $156,990 None $158,990 3 2 1 2017 Single Family Residence FHA 4/20/2018 110.64 1.01 C7247570 Sold 23171 MCNAMEE AVE 33980 PORT CHARLOTTE 1659 $159,900 None $149,900 3 2 0 1984 Single Family Residence VA 4/20/2018 66.89 0.94 C7249295 Sold 5759 SABAL TRACE DR #104BD5 34287 NORTH PORT 1168 $162,333 Community $162,333 2 2 0 2006 Condominium Conventional 4/24/2018 117.97 1 C7244395 Sold 1355 RIVER LN 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1560 $164,900 None $160,000 3 2 0 1971 Single Family Residence FHA 4/23/2018 82.6 0 .97 C7248830 Sold 326 AURORA ST 33948 PORT CHARLOTTE 1360 $165,900 None $150,000 3 2 0 1988 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/20/2018 74.48 0.9 C7400397 Sold 19325 WATER OAK DR #208 33948 PORT CHARLOTTE 1207 $166,800 Community $162,500 3 2 0 2002 Condominium Conventional 4/19/2018 134.63 0.97 D5920955 Sold 5381 BLUESTONE ST 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 1698 $169,500 None $160,000 3 2 0 1990 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/19/2018 67.23 0.94 C7249646 Sold 2272 GIMLET ST 33948 PORT CHARLOTTE 1208 $169,900 None $165,000 3 2 0 2000 Single Family Residence Conventional 4 /20/2018 95.05 0.97 C7249159 Sold 155 BEDFORD DR NE 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE 1533 $169,900 None $165,000 3 2 0 1974 Single Family Residence Cash 4/20/2018 69.62 0.97 C7245760 Sold 1008 CORAL RIDGE DR 33950 PUNTA GORDA 1434 $170,000 None $164,000 3 2 0 2000 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/19/2018 79.84 0.96 D5921626 Sold 706 FOREST HILL LN NW 33948 PORT CHARLOTTE 1954 $175,000 Private $168,000 3 2 0 1979 Single Family Residence Conv entional 4/20/2018 61.25 0.96 D5922218 Sold 5050 FIFER TER 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 1187 $179,900 None $175,000 3 2 0 2018 Single Family Residence Cash 4/24/2018 97.71 0.97 D5919871 Sold 11168 DEERWOOD AVE 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1680 $179,900 None $175,000 2 2 0 1988 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/ 20/2018 80.42 0.97 A4212630 Sold 2367 E PRICE BLVD 34288 NORTH PORT 1170 $181,000 None $178,000 3 2 0 2015 Single Family Residence Cash 4/19/2018 99.44 0.98 C7250721 Sold 3388 PINETREE ST 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE 1828 $182,000 Private $187,000 3 2 0 1971 Single Family Residence Conventio nal 4/19/2018 64.19 1.03 D5922767 Sold 2832 SAYBROOK AVE 34286 NORTH PORT 1249 $182,500 None $180,000 3 2 0 2006 Single Family Residence FHA 4/23/2018 9 3.31 0.99 N5917183 Sold 18340 LARAMIE AVE 33954 PORT CHARLOTTE 1460 $184,900 Private $176,600 3 2 0 1974 Single Family Residence Conventi onal 4/19/2018 79.95 0.96 C7248276 Sold 5800 SABAL TRACE DR #101 34287 NORTH PORT 1489 $184,900 Community $178,500 3 2 0 1999 Condominium Conventional 4/23/2018 109.11 0.97 N5916683 Sold 8540 ATTALLA AVE 34287 NORTH PORT 1636 $184,995 None $184,000 3 2 0 2006 Single Family Residence Cash 4/20/2018 8 2.55 0.99 N5916237 Sold 1381 JOYCE AVE 34286 NORTH PORT 1223 $185,000 None $183,000 3 2 0 2007 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/19/ 2018 100.94 0.99 C7246623 Sold 4304 MERMELL CIR 34291 NORTH PORT 1586 $189,000 None $187,500 3 2 0 2005 Single Family Residence FHA 4/25/2018 84 .27 0.99 D5922950 Sold 2181 MINCEY TER 34286 NORTH PORT 1564 $194,900 None $190,000 3 2 0 2005 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/24 /2018 87.36 0.97 C7240144 Sold 5195 CHAPLIN TER 34286 NORTH PORT 1851 $194,900 None $190,000 3 2 0 2007 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/2 0/2018 81.2 0.97 C7242736 Sold 22522 AMIGO AVE 33980 PUNTA GORDA 2010 $195,990 None $198,990 3 2 1 2017 Single Family Residence FHA 4/20/2018 1 .02 C7240141 Sold 4046 LUBEC AVE 34287 NORTH PORT 2085 $198,000 Private $193,000 3 2 0 1997 Single Family Residence Cash 4/19/2018 75.83 0.97 C7250523 Sold 2132 ABSCOTT ST 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE 2120 $199,900 Private $210,000 2 2 0 1986 Single Family Residence VA 4/19/20 18 72.39 1.05 C7248901 Sold 23125 LINDALE AVE 33954 PORT CHARLOTTE 1734 $199,900 None $189,500 3 2 0 1992 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/23/2018 81.89 0.95 C7247043 Sold 2280 LITTLEFIELD LN 34288 NORTH PORT 1884 $199,900 None $205,000 3 2 0 2006 Single Family Residence VA 4/20/2018 74.55 1.03 C7250402 Sold 919 JARVIS TER 33948 PORT CHARLOTTE 1608 $200,000 Private $185,000 3 2 0 1988 Single Family Residence Cash 4/20/2 018 72.38 0.93 C7249593 Sold 2279 DE GARMO ST 34291 NORTH PORT 1309 $204,900 Private $205,000 3 2 0 2000 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/24/2018 106.55 1 C7250169 Sold 5268 WHITE AVE 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 1355 $208,123 Private $201,000 3 2 0 2006 Single Family Residence Cash 4/23/2 018 91.41 0.97 C7250477 Sold 1323 S NARRAMORE ST 34287 NORTH PORT 1367 $209,900 None $209,900 3 2 0 2018 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/20/2018 102.19 1 C7247218 Sold 451 RIO DE JANEIRO AVE 33983 PUNTA GORDA 1700 $210,000 Private $208,000 3 2 0 1986 Single Family Residence FHA 4/ 23/2018 91.23 0.99 D5923816 Sold 14024 WILLOW GLEN CT #114 33953 PORT CHARLOTTE 1327 $212,000 Community $211,000 2 2 0 1994 Condominium Cash 4/20/2018 159.01 1 C7250854 Sold 612 KELLSTADT ST NW 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE 1944 $214,900 Private $191,000 5 3 0 1976 Single Family Residence Cash 4 /19/2018 73.46 0.89 A4211499 Sold 947 BAY VISTA BLVD 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1429 $214,900 None $214,900 2 2 0 1977 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/ 20/2018 104.63 1 C7249143 Sold 16114 DINAL DR 33955 PUNTA GORDA 1686 $215,000 Private $215,000 3 2 0 2005 Single Family Residence Cash 4/20/2018 86.9 1 C7249364 Sold 486 STRASBURG DR 33954 PORT CHARLOTTE 1749 $219,000 None $220,000 3 2 0 1985 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/20/2018 85.6 1 C7244323 Sold 10267 WINDSONG RD 33955 PUNTA GORDA 1691 $219,500 Community $216,500 3 2 0 1992 Single Family Residence Conventio nal 4/23/2018 76.96 0.99 O5555892 Sold 8 BAMBOO DR 33954 PORT CHARLOTTE 1489 $220,000 Private $198,000 3 2 0 2008 Single Family Residence Conventional 4 /23/2018 97.83 0.9 C7249900 Sold 1073 PRESQUE ISLE DR 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE 1479 $224,900 Private $220,000 3 2 0 1989 Single Family Residence Cash 4/25/2018 95.69 0.98 S4852609 Sold 2306 BURLINGTON ST 34286 NORTH PORT 2148 $224,999 None $225,000 3 2 0 2001 Single Family Residence FHA 4/19/2018 57.52 1 C7250418 Sold 16499 BECASSE DR 33955 PUNTA GORDA 1957 $225,000 None $200,000 3 2 0 2006 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/ 20/2018 75.56 0.89 C7244777 Sold 4524 LAGOON TER 34286 NORTH PORT 2219 $225,000 None $220,000 3 2 0 2005 Single Family Residence FHA 4/20/2018 77. 22 0.98 C7248041 Sold 6192 LENAPE LN 34291 NORTH PORT 2000 $225,900 None $222,900 3 2 0 2004 Single Family Residence Lease Option / Pur chase, VA 4/20/2018 71.72 0.99 A4215768 Sold 3111 ROYAL PALM DR 34288 NORTH PORT 1635 $229,000 Community $214,500 3 2 0 2005 Single Family Residence Cash 4/25 /2018 92.46 0.94 C7250096 Sold 373 COLDEWAY DR #H13 33950 PUNTA GORDA 1111 $235,000 Community $223,500 2 2 0 1987 Condominium Cash 4/20/2018 201.17 0.95 A4211347 Sold 4820 TALISMAN TER 34286 NORTH PORT 1826 $235,000 None $240,000 3 2 0 2006 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/ 23/2018 91.95 1.02 A4200006 Sold 7384 MEMORIAL DR 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 2054 $235,000 Private $206,850 3 2 0 1992 Single Family Residence Conventio nal 4/19/2018 70.6 0.88 C7249848 Sold 1892 NOTTINGHAM TRL 33980 PORT CHARLOTTE 1509 $239,000 Community $225,000 2 2 0 2011 Single Family Residence Conv entional 4/23/2018 103.35 0.94 C7250082 Sold 15426 KITES AVE 33954 PORT CHARLOTTE 2233 $239,900 Private $244,900 4 2 0 1984 Single Family Residence VA 4/19/20 18 80.67 1.02 C7248825 Sold 198 ANGOL ST 33983 PUNTA GORDA 1858 $241,900 Private $238,000 3 2 0 1988 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/2 0/2018 88.02 0.98 C7247284 Sold 4206 WINFALL AVE 34286 NORTH PORT 1864 $242,900 Private $238,000 3 2 0 1996 Single Family Residence VA 4/20/2018 92.61 0.98 C7250817 Sold 23287 KIM AVE 33954 PORT CHARLOTTE 1671 $244,500 Private $240,000 3 2 0 1994 Single Family Residence Cash 4/19/20 18 98.93 0.98 N5916043 Sold 1808 BRIDGE ST 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1977 $249,000 Private $242,000 4 2 0 1972 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/2 5/2018 112.24 0.97 D5923778 Sold 501 STEWART ST 34223 ENGLEWOOD 2481 $249,900 None $245,000 5 4 0 1974 Single Family Residence Cash 4/23/2018 86.8 5 0.98 D5922775 Sold 5055 N BEACH RD #101 34223 ENGLEWOOD 912 $249,900 Community $235,000 2 1 0 1971 Condominium Cash 4/20/2018 257.68 0.94 O5488051 Sold 2117 LA PALMA AVE 33953 PORT CHARLOTTE 1988 $255,000 None $253,500 3 2 0 2017 Single Family Residence Cash 4/20/2 018 0.99 C7245637 Sold 4004 RIVER BANK WAY 33980 PORT CHARLOTTE 1996 $259,900 Community $259,900 3 2 0 2015 Single Family Residence FHA 4/19/2018 83.11 1 C7249975 Sold 1196 HINTON ST 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE 2007 $262,000 Private $252,000 3 2 0 1986 Single Family Residence Conventiona l 4/20/2018 86.51 0.96 D5920805 Sold 87 RAMBLEWOOD 33953 PORT CHARLOTTE 1813 $264,500 Private $245,000 3 2 0 1989 Single Family Residence Cash 4/20/20 18 90.31 0.93 C7250832 Sold 1541 NAVIGATOR RD 33983 PUNTA GORDA 1999 $265,000 Private $250,000 3 2 1 1987 Single Family Residence Cash 4/20/2 018 88.94 0.94 D5923143 Sold 5720 WHITE JASMINE WAY 34287 NORTH PORT 2103 $269,000 Community $257,000 3 2 0 2004 Single Family Residence Cash 4/25/2018 93.15 0.96 D5913750 Sold 3972 BLUE HERON CIR 34287 NORTH PORT 2054 $269,000 Community $250,000 3 2 0 2004 Single Family Residence Cash 4/1 9/2018 87.2 0.93 C7250170 Sold 26420 BARBINOS DR 33983 PUNTA GORDA 1875 $274,900 None $274,900 3 2 0 2018 Single Family Residence Cash 4/23/2018 100.95 1 D5921787 Sold 720 S OXFORD DR 34223 ENGLEWOOD 2009 $274,995 Private $248,000 3 2 0 1978 Single Family Residence Cash 4/24/2018 84.64 0.9 D5920322 Sold 1770 GULF BLVD #7 34223 ENGLEWOOD 620 $275,000 Community $257,000 1 1 0 1972 Condominium Conventional 4/20/2018 414.52 0.93 C7245021 Sold 3808 WHISPERING OAKS DR 34287 NORTH PORT 1830 $279,900 Community $270,000 2 2 0 2002 Single Family Residence Cash 4/23/2018 105.8 0.96 T2916293 Sold 9928 SHELTERING SPRUCE ST 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1760 $285,000 Community $285,000 3 2 0 2017 Single Family Residence Con ventional 4/25/2018 1 D5920895 Sold 4581 JASLO AVE 34286 NORTH PORT 1768 $285,000 Private $289,275 3 2 0 2017 Single Family Residence VA 4/20/2018 10 5.23 1.02 C7250297 Sold 7011 PARK CIR 34287 NORTH PORT 1977 $289,000 Private $285,000 3 2 0 2005 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/1 9/2018 99.34 0.99 C7245672 Sold 2755 CAROLINA ST 34288 NORTH PORT 2125 $295,000 Private $288,000 4 2 0 2006 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/20/2018 103.52 0.98 U7835836 Sold 5231 PINE SHADOW LN 34287 NORTH PORT 1789 $299,900 Private $294,900 2 2 0 2000 Single Family Residence Convention al 4/23/2018 113.38 0.98 C7246345 Sold 24320 MATIAS LN 33955 PUNTA GORDA 1869 $310,000 Private $296,000 3 2 0 2003 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/19/2018 108.78 0.95 C7249515 Sold 239 STEBBINS TER SE 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE 1563 $312,000 None $285,000 3 3 0 1972 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/25/2018 95.64 0.91 D5922244 Sold 613 PINENEEDLE LN 34223 ENGLEWOOD 2218 $319,900 Private $297,500 3 2 0 1988 Single Family Residence Cash 4/25/201 8 92.28 0.93 D5923083 Sold 21264 EDGEWATER DR 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE 1840 $325,000 None $285,000 3 2 0 1960 Single Family Residence Cash 4/23/2018 125.55 0.88 C7246778 Sold 3308 PURPLE MARTIN DR #134 33950 PUNTA GORDA 1832 $329,000 Community $290,000 3 2 0 2006 Condominium Cash 4/25/2018 158.3 0.88 C7249921 Sold 17936 COURTSIDE LANDINGS CIR 33955 PUNTA GORDA 1348 $339,000 Private $326,500 3 2 0 2000 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/20/2018 101.87 0.96 N5916160 Sold 6295 DUNBARTON ST 34291 NORTH PORT 1975 $349,000 None $330,000 4 2 0 1999 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/ 20/2018 134.86 0.95 D5923556 Sold 3168 ROYAL PALM DR 34288 NORTH PORT 1999 $349,900 Private $320,000 3 2 0 2004 Single Family Residence Cash 4/24/2 018 112.08 0.91 D5923580 Sold 2955 N BEACH RD #B811 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1197 $350,000 Community $350,000 2 2 0 1981 Condominium Conventional 4/20/2018 268.82 1 C7244521 Sold 3802 BLUE HERON CIR 34287 NORTH PORT 2197 $365,000 Private, Community $353,000 3 3 0 2005 Single Family Residence Cash 4/24/2018 121.85 0.97 C7239181 Sold 1341 RANDOLPH ST 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE 2469 $369,000 Private $345,000 4 3 0 1987 Single Family Residence Conventio nal 4/20/2018 89.31 0.93 C7248012 Sold 4075 ROCK CREEK DR 33948 PORT CHARLOTTE 2389 $369,900 Private $355,000 3 2 1 1988 Single Family Residence Convent ional 4/20/2018 107.06 0.96 C7245369 Sold 3280 SOUTHSHORE DR #82B 33955 PUNTA GORDA 2592 $375,000 Community $357,000 3 2 0 1981 Condominium Cash 4/19/2018 137.73 0.95 C7248230 Sold 5148 WHITE IBIS DR 34287 NORTH PORT 2481 $399,000 Private, Community $390,000 3 3 0 2004 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/19/2018 108.15 0.98 C7247278 Sold 3800 BAL HARBOR BLVD #415 33950 PUNTA GORDA 2224 $399,000 Community $387,500 3 2 1 1993 Condominium Cash 4/20/2018 174.24 0.97 D5921620 Sold 933 STEWART ST 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1144 $399,800 None $395,000 2 2 0 1982 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/19/2 018 102.12 0.99 C7237188 Sold 15027 INGRAHAM BLVD 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 2150 $419,900 Private $405,000 3 3 0 2017 Single Family Residence Conven tional 4/19/2018 0.96 D5922896 Sold 9460 MIGUE CIR 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 2194 $424,900 Private $420,000 3 2 0 2004 Single Family Residence Conventiona l 4/20/2018 136.32 0.99 C7248857 Sold 1235 ROYAL TERN DR 33950 PUNTA GORDA 1779 $428,500 Private $428,000 3 2 0 1988 Single Family Residence Cash 4/20/ 2018 165.25 1 A4197281 Sold 10748 TROPHY DR 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1924 $428,990 Private $405,714 2 2 1 2017 Single Family Residence Cash 4/24/2018 0.95 C7249845 Sold 532 CANADA CT 33950 PUNTA GORDA 2735 $449,000 Private $430,000 4 3 0 1982 Single Family Residence Cash 4/23/2018 104.93 0.96 C7246935 Sold 2807 CORAL WAY 33950 PUNTA GORDA 2172 $449,900 Private $425,000 4 3 0 1972 Single Family Residence Cash 4/24/2018 151.35 0.94 D5919610 Sold 4258 LIBRARY ST 33948 PORT CHARLOTTE 2650 $449,900 Private $400,000 5 3 0 2002 Single Family Residence Cash 4/20/ 2018 116.69 0.89 D5923297 Sold 1390 BEACH RD #4 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1322 $459,000 Community $425,000 2 2 0 1994 Condominium Conventional 4/20/2018 321.48 0.93 C7248725 Sold 2208 DEBORAH DR 33950 PUNTA GORDA 2097 $464,500 Private $458,000 3 2 0 1989 Single Family Residence Cash 4/20/201 8 156.58 0.99 C7249211 Sold 4389 MCCULLOUGH ST 33948 PORT CHARLOTTE 2538 $469,000 Private $459,500 3 3 0 2005 Single Family Residence Cash 4/ 23/2018 135.83 0.98 A4205662 Sold 24063 SANTA INEZ RD 33955 PUNTA GORDA 2611 $469,000 Private $455,000 3 2 1 2004 Single Family Residence Cash 4/19 /2018 114.44 0.97 C7248684 Sold 121 COLONIAL ST SW 33952 PORT CHARLOTTE 2146 $469,900 Private $452,000 3 2 1 2001 Single Family Residence Cash 4/ 24/2018 152.81 0.96 C7400597 Sold 1052 EPPINGER DR 33953 PORT CHARLOTTE 2348 $474,000 Private $460,000 3 2 0 2000 Single Family Residence Cash 4/23 /2018 0.97 U7845293 Sold 3831 TURTLE DOVE BLVD 33950 PUNTA GORDA 2306 $475,000 Private $465,000 4 3 0 1987 Single Family Residence Cash 4/ 19/2018 151.37 0.98 C7246050 Sold 1317 PINE SISKIN DR 33950 PUNTA GORDA 2478 $555,000 Private $530,000 3 2 1 1998 Single Family Residence Cash 4/19 /2018 158.26 0.95 C7247369 Sold 621 MACEDONIA DR 33950 PUNTA GORDA 1964 $579,000 Private $549,750 3 2 0 1982 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/20/2018 177.4 0.95 N5913996 Sold 2835 N BEACH RD #A 34223 ENGLEWOOD 2274 $579,000 Private $556,000 3 3 0 1959 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/23/2018 190.09 0.96AREA PROPERTY TRANSFERSOUR TOWN SUNCOAST HOMES 6

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The Sun /Sunday, April 29, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 19 AREA PROPERTY TRANSFERS CONTINUED C7244830 Sold 815 PAMELA DR 33950 PUNTA GORDA 3649 $594,000 Private $580,000 4 4 0 1976 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/ 23/2018 111.45 0.98 D5914248 Sold 3059 N BEACH RD 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1684 $595,000 Private $580,000 3 2 0 1969 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/ 23/2018 257.09 0.97 C7248649 Sold 501 VIA ESPLANADE 33950 PUNTA GORDA 2358 $599,000 Private $595,000 3 2 1 2001 Single Family Residence Conventiona l 4/20/2018 186.58 0.99 C7247376 Sold 1223 RIDING ROCKS LN 33950 PUNTA GORDA 3031 $659,900 Private $625,000 4 3 0 2001 Single Family Residence Conventi onal 4/20/2018 144.14 0.95 C7245675 Sold 606 ZAFRA CT 33950 PUNTA GORDA 2813 $725,000 Private $687,500 4 3 0 1997 Single Family Residence Cash 4/20/2018 1 73.26 0.95 C7244333 Sold 5040 LA COSTA ISLAND CT 33950 PUNTA GORDA 3152 $765,000 Private $737,500 4 3 1 1989 Single Family Residence Cash 4/25/2018 170.17 0.96 D5917941 Sold 8380 MANASOTA KEY RD 34223 ENGLEWOOD 3904 $3,200,000 Private $2,920,000 5 4 0 1950 Single Family Residence Cash 4 /20/2018 548.15 0.91 U7847038 Sold 744 N MANASOTA KEY RD 34223 ENGLEWOOD 7000 $4,999,000 Private $4,650,000 6 7 2 2001 Single Family Residence Cash 4/19/2018 364.73 0.93ENGLEWOOD COURTESY OF ENGLEWOOD AREA BOARD OF REALTORSML# Status Address Zip Code City Sq. Ft. Community Price BE FB HB Built Pool Property Style Sold Terms Sold Date SP/SqFt SP/LP Ratio D5922892 SLD 96 BOUNDARY BLVD Unit#131 33947 ROTONDA WEST 780 RIVERHOUSE $63,500 1 1 0 1973 Community Condominium Cash 4/19/20 18 $81.41 0.94 D5922654 SLD 88 BOUNDARY BLVD Unit#157 33947 ROTONDA WEST 780 RIVERHOUSE $66,000 1 1 0 1973 Community Condominium Cash 4/20/20 18 $84.62 0.94 D5924146 SLD 7523 SILAGE CIR 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 672 VILLAGE HOLIDAY LAKE $80,000 2 1 0 1984 Community Mobile Home Cash 4/19/ 2018 $119.05 0.98 D5921657 SLD 6 N MARINA PLZ 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,058 ALAMEDA ISLES $89,100 2 2 0 1975 Community Mobile Home Cash 4/16/2018 $84.22 0.94 D5920581 SLD 6800 PLACIDA RD Unit#251 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,092 FIDDLERS GREEN 02 PH 02 BLDG 01 $100,000 2 2 0 1987 Community Cond ominium Cash 4/17/2018 $91.58 0.84 D5920818 SLD 13514 BENNETT DR 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 918 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 066 $105,000 2 1 0 1978 Private, Community Single Fa mily Residence Cash 4/18/2018 $114.38 0.88 D5921989 SLD 1329 KINGFISHER (LOT 31) DR 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,326 HOLIDAY MOB ESTATES 1ST ADD $113,000 2 2 0 1986 None Mobile Hom e Cash 4/19/2018 $85.22 0.9 D5922303 SLD 2880 9TH ST 34224 ENGLEWOOD 858 GROVE CITY $122,500 2 1 0 1960 None Single Family Residence Cash 4/16/2018 $142.7 7 0.94 D5923786 SLD 116 PINE HOLLOW DR #116 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,112 PINE HOLLOW $138,000 2 2 0 1989 Community Condominium Cash 4/20/201 8 $124.10 1 D5923034 SLD 11240 CARNEGIE AVE 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,014 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 065 $135,000 2 2 0 1983 None Single Family Residence Cash 4/16/2018 $133.14 0.97 D5922716 SLD 6610 GASPARILLA PINES #125 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,230 SANCTUARY GOLDEN TEE PH 04 $140,000 2 2 0 1996 Community Condominium Cash 4/18/2018 $113.82 0.97 R4707472 SLD 11431 BAGGOT AVE 34224 ENGLEWOOD 996 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 065 $147,500 2 2 0 1993 None Single Family Residence Conv entional 4/19/2018 $148.09 0.96 D5924076 SLD 68 GOLFVIEW RD 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,455 ROTONDA WEST OAKLAND HILLS $155,000 2 2 0 1972 Private Single Family Resi dence Cash 4/20/2018 $106.53 0.97 D5923039 SLD 347 BOUNDARY BLVD #101 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,209 SUNSET HOUSE $152,000 2 2 0 2005 Community Condominium Cash 4/20/ 2018 $125.72 0.93 D5920883 SLD 8403 PLACIDA RD Unit#203 33946 PLACIDA 1,009 CAPE HAZE RESORT $156,000 2 2 0 2007 Community Condominium Conventio nal 4/19/2018 $154.61 0.95 D5922915 SLD 9244 SAN BERNANDINO AVE 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,064 FORT CHARLOTTE SEC 84 $165,000 2 2 0 1986 None Single Family Reside nce FHA 4/18/2018 $155.08 1 D5920955 SLD 5381 BLUESTONE ST 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 1,698 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 052 $160,000 3 2 0 1990 None Single Family Reside nce Conventional 4/19/2018 $94.23 0.94 O5546698 SLD 12088 PANDOWDY AVE 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 1,164 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 056 $165,000 3 2 0 1997 None Single Family Resid ence FHA 4/16/2018 $141.75 0.97 D5918538 SLD 56 MAGNOLIA AVE 34223 ENGLEWOOD 880 ENGLEWOOD PARK AMD OF $161,000 2 1 1 1956 None Single Family Residence Conven tional 4/16/2018 $182.95 0.95 D5919871 SLD 11168 DEERWOOD AVE 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,680 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 063 $175,000 2 2 0 1988 None Single Family Residence Conventional 4/20/2018 $104.17 0.97 C7250166 SLD 5156 WHITE AVE 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 1,355 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 056 $205,000 3 2 0 2006 Private Single Family Reside nce Conventional 4/17/2018 $151.29 0.98 D5920795 SLD 265 FAIRWAY RD 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,502 ROTONDA WEST PINEHURST $200,000 2 2 0 1992 None Single Family Residence C onventional 4/20/2018 $133.16 0.95 D5921705 SLD 63 CADDY RD 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,752 ROTONDA WEST OAKLAND HILLS $200,000 3 2 0 1987 Private Single Family Residen ce Conventional 4/18/2018 $114.16 0.95 A4211499 SLD 947 BAY VISTA BLVD 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,429 BAY VISTA BLVD $214,900 2 2 0 1977 None Single Family Residence Conventi onal 4/20/2018 $150.38 1 D5922464 SLD 9366 FRUITLAND AVE 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,578 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 074 $212,000 3 2 0 2010 None Single Family Residence Cash 4/16/2018 $134.35 0.99 D5922509 SLD 89 CADDY RD 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,752 ROTONDA WEST OAKLAND HILLS $223,000 3 2 0 1985 Private Single Family Residen ce VA 4/20/2018 $127.28 1.01 D5923035 SLD 159 AUSTRALIAN DR 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,697 ROTONDA LAKES $208,000 3 2 0 2006 None Single Family Residence FHA 4/1 6/2018 $122.57 0.91 N5914570 SLD 7308 SPINNAKER BLVD 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,551 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 064 $222,000 3 2 0 1987 Private Single Family Reside nce Conventional 4/16/2018 $143.13 0.97 A4200006 SLD 7384 MEMORIAL DR 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 2,054 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 065 $206,850 3 2 0 1992 Private Single Family Resi dence Conventional 4/19/2018 $100.71 0.88 N5914635 SLD 745 SPRUCE ST 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,782 HORTON ESTATES THE $229,900 3 2 0 2004 None Single Family Residence FHA 4/16/ 2018 $129.01 0.96 D5922775 SLD 5055 N BEACH RD Unit#101 34223 ENGLEWOOD 912 TIKI APTS BLDG 01 $235,000 2 1 0 1971 Community Condominium Cash 4/2 0/2018 $257.68 0.94 N5915925 SLD 2049 MICHIGAN AVE 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,596 GROVE CITY TERRACE $232,000 3 2 0 1986 Private Single Family Residence Ca sh 4/18/2018 $145.36 0.93 W7636000 SLD 9333 PRESIDENT CIR 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 1,958 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 071 $251,000 3 2 0 2005 Private Single Family Residence FHA 4/17/2018 $128.19 0.98 C7246755 SLD 15331 ALSACE CIR 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 2,330 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 081 $254,700 4 2 0 2018 None Single Family Residen ce Cash 4/18/2018 $109.31 1 C7246085 SLD 123 MARINER LN 33947 ROTONDA WEST 2,265 ROTONDA WEST PINEHURST $255,550 4 3 0 2018 None Single Family Residence C onventional 4/18/2018 $112.83 0.99 D5920322 SLD 1770 GULF BLVD Unit#7 34223 ENGLEWOOD 620 EL GALEON BLDG 02 $257,000 1 1 0 1972 Community Condominium Conventiona l 4/20/2018 $414.52 0.93 O5558475 SLD 9294 KEY WEST ST 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 2,427 SOUTH GULF COVE $290,400 4 3 0 2018 None Single Family Residence Conv entional 4/17/2018 $119.65 1.01 D5923700 SLD 176 WRIGHT DR 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,892 ROTONDA LAKES $285,000 3 2 0 2018 Private Single Family Residence Cash 4/1 6/2018 $150.63 0.98 C7249426 SLD 24 WINDWARD TER 33946 PLACIDA 2,001 CAPE HAZE WINDWARD $266,500 3 3 0 1992 Private Single Family Residence Conven tional 4/20/2018 $133.18 0.89 D5921187 SLD 1262 BACKSPIN DR 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,523 BOCA ROYALE $295,000 2 2 0 2016 Community Villa Cash 4/20/2018 $193.70 0. 98 D5923234 SLD 59 WINDSOR DR 34223 ENGLEWOOD 2,172 ENGLEWOOD ISLES SUB $321,000 3 2 1 1994 Private Single Family Residence Conve ntional 4/16/2018 $147.79 0.99 D5922693 SLD 2720 LEMON AVE 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,788 MANASOTA GARDENS 1ST ADD $325,000 3 2 0 1974 None Single Family Residence Co nventional 4/18/2018 $181.77 0.96 D5922636 SLD 18 PINE VALLEY LN 33947 ROTONDA WEST 2,299 ROTONDA PINE VALLEY $349,900 3 2 0 2005 Private Single Family Residenc e Cash 4/17/2018 $152.20 1 D5923580 SLD 2955 N BEACH RD Unit#B811 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,197 TAMARIND GULF & BAY BLDG B-8 $350,000 2 2 0 1981 Community Condominium Conventional 4/20/2018 $292.40 1 D5923099 SLD 948 BOUNDARY BLVD 33947 ROTONDA WEST 2,679 ROTONDA WEST WHITE MARSH $354,900 3 2 1 2004 Private Single Family Res idence Conventional 4/16/2018 $132.47 0.95 D5920289 SLD 11120 HACIENDA DEL MAR #203 3 3946 PLACIDA 1,688 HACIENDA DEL MAR $350,000 2 2 1 2008 Community Condominium Conventional 4/20/2018 $207.35 0.93 D5922831 SLD 27312 DRIVER LN 34223 ENGLEWOOD 2,181 BOCA ROYALE $375,000 3 2 0 2017 Community Single Family Residence Conventio nal 4/18/2018 $171.94 0.97 D5921620 SLD 933 STEWART ST 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,144 LEMON BAY PARK 1ST ADD $395,000 2 2 0 1982 None Single Family Residence Conv entional 4/19/2018 $345.28 0.99D5921948 SLD 101 ABERCROMBIE AVE 34223 ENGLEWOOD 2,269 STILLWATER $380,000 3 2 0 2004 Private Single Family Residence Cash 4/1 8/2018 $167.47 0.92 C7237188 SLD 15027 INGRAHAM BLVD 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 2,150 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 081 $405,000 3 3 0 2017 Private Single Family R esidence Conventional 4/19/2018 $188.37 0.96 D5922896 SLD 9460 MIGUE CIR 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 2,194 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 81 $420,000 3 2 0 2004 Private Single Family Residen ce Conventional 4/20/2018 $191.43 0.99 D5922600 SLD 5082 ACKLEY TER 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 2,277 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 054 $425,000 3 2 1 2004 Private Single Family Resid ence Conventional 4/16/2018 $186.65 0.94 D5923297 SLD 1390 BEACH RD Unit#4 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,322 MARINER VILLAGE PH 01 BLDG 02 $425,000 2 2 0 1994 Community Condominiu m Conventional 4/20/2018 $321.48 0.93 D5919078 SLD 2478 N BEACH RD 34223 ENGLEWOOD 2,143 GULFRIDGE THAT PT $537,500 3 2 1 1985 Private Single Family Residence Cash 4/18/2018 $250.82 0.93 D5920736 SLD 11000 PLACIDA RD Unit#2804 33946 PLACIDA 2,865 PLACIDA HARBOUR SEC 06 BLDG 28 $850,000 3 3 1 1993 Community Condo minium Conventional 4/20/2018 $296.68 0.92 D5923209 SLD 5000 GASPARILLA RD #55B 33921 BOCA GRANDE 1,321 BOCA GRANDE CLUB PH 04 $995,000 3 3 0 1981 Community Condominium Cash 4/19 /2018 $753.22 1 D5917129 SLD 550 CORAL CREEK DR 33946 PLACIDA 5,506 N/A $862,000 5 3 1 2006 Private Single Family Residence Conventional 4/16/ 2018 $156.56 0.86 A4164027 SLD 9400 MYAKKA DR 34293 VENICE 3,505 N/A $956,800 5 3 0 1977 None Single Family Residence VA 4/16/2018 $272.98 0.87 D5918993 SLD 235 BANYAN ST 33921 BOCA GRANDE 781 BOCA GRANDE $1,012,500 1 2 0 1982 None Single Family Residence Cash 4/17/2018 $1,296.41 0.92 D5920861 SLD 5 PEEKINS COVE DR 33921 BOCA GRANDE 3,154 EAST SHORES ACRES $1,640,000 3 3 1 1990 None Single Family Residence Ca sh 4/20/2018 $519.97 0.94 D5917941 SLD 8380 MANASOTA KEY RD 34223 ENGLEWOOD 3,904 N/A $2,920,000 5 4 0 1950 Private Single Family Residence Cash 4/20/20 18 $747.95 0.91 D5922031 SLD 475&471 TURNSTONE DRIVE 33921 BOCA GRANDE 2,700 NORTH BAY $3,700,000 4 3 0 1992 Community Single Family Residence Conventional 4/18/2018 $1,370.37 0.97 U7847038 SLD 744 N MANASOTA KEY RD 34223 ENGLEWOOD 7,000 N/A $4,650,000 6 7 2 2001 Private Single Family Residence Cash 4/19/2 018 $664.29 0.93 D5918248 SLD 1644 TREASURE LN 33921 BOCA GRANDE 5,098 BOCA GRANDE ISLES $5,400,000 4 5 1 1996 Private Single Family Residence Cash 4/17/2018 $1,059.24 0.92SOUTH SARASOTA COUNTY COURTESY OF VENICE AREA BOARD OF REALTORSML# Status Address Subdivision Name Sq. Ft. Pool Price BE FB HB Built Property Style Sold Terms Sold Date SP/SqFt SP/LP RatioN5915623 Sold 622 BIRD BAY DR S #201 Bird Bay $99,000 1 1 0 1983 Condominium Cash 4/16/2018 152.78 0.95 N5914733 Sold 1550 HORIZON RD South Venice $110,000 2 2 0 1988 Single Family Residence Cash 4/16/2018 122.77 0.92 A4210010 Sold 1371 POINCIANA RD South Venice $120,000 3 2 0 1962 Single Family Residence Cash 4/17/2018 87.59 0.86 O5566655 Sold 646 BIRD BAY DR E #205 Bird Bay $122,500 2 2 0 1983 Condominium Other 4/19/2018 137.95 0.91 N5915618 Sold 1161 S VENICE BLVD South Venice $125,000 2 2 0 1956 Single Family Residence Cash 4/16/2018 117.26 0.89 N5914851 Sold 650 BIRD BAY DR E #107 Bird Bay Village $130,000 2 2 0 1983 Condominium Cash 4/19/2018 122.41 0.9 N5913915 Sold 1740 LAKE PL #1740-C Villanova Shores $133,000 2 2 0 1984 Condominium Conventional 4/17/2018 111.39 0.95 N5916652 Sold 1027 CAPRI ISLES BLVD #20 Greenview Villas $135,500 1 1 0 1982 Condominium Cash 4/17/2018 183.6 1 N5915574 Sold 251 HILLVIEW RD Venice Gardens $150,000 2 1 0 1959 Single Family Residence Cash 4/20/2018 148.81 0.93 A4213092 Sold 504 NARVAEZI ST #125 Parkdale West $155,000 1 1 0 1973 Condominium Conventional 4/20/2018 280.29 1 W7634928 Sold 1264 PORPOISE RD South Venice $159,000 2 1 0 1958 Single Family Residence Cash 4/16/2018 209.21 0.99 N5915630 Sold 650 BIRD BAY DR E #208 Bird Bay Village $159,000 2 2 0 1983 Condominium Cash 4/18/2018 149.72 0.94 A4209961 Sold 414 CERROMAR CIR S #250 Westchester Grdn & Plan $162,000 2 2 0 1982 Condominium Cash 4/19/2018 145.95 0.95 A4203665 Sold 127 WOODROSE WAY Venice East $165,000 2 2 0 1970 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/18/2018 119.48 0.96 N5916875 Sold 561 CABANA RD South Venice $166,500 2 2 0 1982 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/19/2018 167.84 0.98 A4207046 Sold 277 LORRAINE AVE Venice East $173,000 2 2 0 1973 Single Family Residence Cash 4/18/2018 123.13 0.97 C7246350 Sold 930 DARWIN RD South Venice $173,000 2 2 0 1977 Single Family Residence FHA 4/16/2018 111.9 0.92 C7250612 Sold 4659 ALLIGATOR DR South Venice $175,000 2 2 0 1986 Single Family Residence Cash 4/20/2018 168.27 0.88 N5915890 Sold 408 S CERROMAR CIR S #237 Westchester Grdn & Plan $178,000 2 2 0 1982 Condominium Cash 4/20/2018 134.04 0.96 N5916450 Sold 1000 GARDENS EDGE DR #1014 Magnolia Park $178,000 2 2 0 2007 Condominium Cash 4/16/2018 144.13 0.94 N5917038 Sold 796 E SEMINOLE DR South Venice $180,000 2 2 0 1983 Single Family Residence FHA 4/16/2018 111.52 0.97 N5915256 Sold 806 SORRENTO PL #806 Sorrento Place $180,000 2 2 0 1986 Condominium Cash 4/19/2018 149.01 0.95 N5917046 Sold 1781 PALM DR Venice Gardens $185,000 2 2 0 1972 Single Family Residence Cash 4/19/2018 122.44 0.98 N6100119 Sold 231 AIRPORT AVE E #422 Gulf Aire Of Venice $190,000 2 2 0 1986 Condominium Cash 4/16/2018 211.35 1 A4213195 Sold 880 FLAMINGO RD South Venice $193,000 3 2 0 2002 Single Family Residence Cash 4/16/2018 136.88 1.01 N5917111 Sold 224 PARKVIEW DR Venice East $199,750 2 2 0 1985 Single Family Residence Cash 4/16/2018 169.42 0.97 A4401105 Sold 616 FLAMINGO DR #103 San Marino $205,000 2 1 0 1972 Condominium Cash 4/20/2018 258.84 1 D5922906 Sold 375 GULF BREEZE BLVD Venice East $207,000 3 2 0 1977 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/16/2018 127.31 0.9 6 N5916274 Sold 4561 ALLIGATOR DR South Venice $209,900 3 2 0 1979 Single Family Residence Cash 4/18/2018 187.08 0.95 N5915241 Sold 1408 POINCIANA RD South Venice $215,000 3 2 0 2000 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/20/2018 142.95 0.96 A4209339 Sold 324 CENTER RD Venice Gardens $220,000 3 3 0 1975 Single Family Residence Cash 4/20/2018 108.32 0.97 A4187821 Sold 200 THE ESPLANADE N #A21 Gulf Point $220,000 2 2 0 1968 Condominium Conventional 4/17/2018 237.32 0.96 D5920838 Sold 236 VESTAVIA DR Venice Golf & Country Club $225,000 3 2 0 1991 Single Family Residence Cash 4/18/2018 116.76 0 .9 N5916577 Sold 1817 ASHLEY DR Ashley Place $230,000 2 2 0 1992 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/16/2018 127.42 0.92 N5915287 Sold 599 CABANA RD South Venice $240,000 3 2 0 1963 Single Family Residence Cash 4/18/2018 165.86 0.96 N5915423 Sold 400 SAN LINO CIR #422 San Lino $248,500 2 2 0 2013 Condominium Cash 4/17/2018 167 0.99 A4212564 Sold 165 PENNSYLVANIA AVE O gburns T B Add To Town Of Osprey $250,000 3 2 0 2018 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/16/2018 188.54 1 A4209978 Sold 1523 BELFRY DR Waterford $254,500 2 2 0 1996 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/20/2018 129.65 0.98 A4210305 Sold 20201 RAGAZZA CIR #201 Gran Paradiso $271,500 3 2 0 2015 Condominium Cash 4/16/2018 124.14 0.99 N5916561 Sold 13852 POSADA ST I slandwalk At The West Villages $272,000 2 2 0 2016 Single Family Residence Cash 4/18/2018 189.28 0.97 A4191610 Sold 313 BASE AVE E Gulf Shores $275,000 2 1 1 1960 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/16/2018 196.99 0.98 N6100160 Sold 9035 EXCELSIOR LOOP Rapalo $278,990 3 2 0 2018 Single Family Residence Cash 4/20/2018 166.86 1 A4208628 Sold 23125 BANBURY WAY #6-101 Sarasota National $281,000 2 2 0 2016 Condominium Cash 4/16/2018 176.51 0.98 N5915726 Sold 24786 BONIFAY PL Venice Town Of $285,000 3 2 0 2011 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/18/2018 183.75 0.97 N5916750 Sold 991 VARET RD South Venice $290,000 3 2 0 1994 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/18/2018 141.05 1.08 N5913631 Sold 1309 PINE NEEDLE RD Pinebrook South $295,000 3 2 0 1987 Single Family Residence Cash 4/17/2018 141.28 0.99 A4401209 Sold 23475 AWABUKI DR #101 Sarasota National $305,000 2 2 0 2016 Condominium Cash 4/20/2018 164.69 1 T2932060 Sold 23483 AWABUKI DR #102 Sarasota National $310,000 2 2 0 2016 Condominium Conventional 4/17/2018 167.39 0.98 A4201544 Sold 960 COOPER ST #404 Island Park $312,000 3 2 0 2006 Condominium Cash 4/20/2018 204.72 0.96 N5914019 Sold 1343 BERKSHIRE CT Berkshire Place $321 250 2 2 0 1994 Sin g le Famil y Residence Other 4/20/2018 154.97 0.96OUR TOWN SUNCOAST HOMES 7

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Page 20 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 AREA PROPERTY TRANSFERS CONTINUEDN5916167 Sold 654 LAKESCENE DR Lakes Of Jacaranda $329,000 3 2 0 2005 Single Family Residence Cash 4/16/2018 196.42 0.97 A4203388 Sold 2212 CALUSA LAKES BLVD Calusa Lakes $330,000 3 2 0 1996 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/17/2018 194.23 0.95 N5915222 Sold 19356 YELLOWTAIL CT Caribbean Village $333,975 3 2 0 2018 Single Family Residence Cash 4/20/2018 168.42 0.93 A4201293 Sold 654 RESOLUTE ST Calusa Park $335,000 3 2 0 2015 Single Family Residence Cash, Other 4/20/2018 168.85 0.97 N5902158 Sold 641 GUILD DR #641 Villa Veneto $339,900 3 2 0 2017 Condominium Cash 4/20/2018 190.74 1 N5915881 Sold 1095 LAUREL WOODS DR Laurel Woods $340,000 3 2 1 1986 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/19/2018 155.96 0. 79 C7249743 Sold 987 N DORAL LN Jacar anda Country Club West Village $348,500 3 2 1 1985 Single Family Residence Cash 4/19/2018 133.52 0.97 N5916036 Sold 5328 LAYTON DR Ventura Village $349,900 4 3 0 2006 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/18/2018 158.61 1 N5915922 Sold 1467 QUAIL LAKE DR Quail Lake $350,000 3 2 0 1988 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/17/2018 156.74 0.95 C7246220 Sold 812 ROBERT ST Golden Beach $352,000 2 1 1 1962 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/20/2018 385.96 0.91 N5916735 Sold 20625 CAPELLO DR Venetian Falls $354,000 2 2 0 2006 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/18/2018 184.76 0.99 A4206522 Sold 871 TROTTER ST Mission Valley Estates $365,000 3 2 0 1936 Single Family Residence Cash 4/17/2018 200.88 0.96 A4210731 Sold 1340 THORNAPPLE DR Willow Bend $368,000 3 2 0 2003 Single Family Residence Cash 4/18/2018 191.57 0.97 N5913998 Sold 23506 COPPERLEAF DR Sarasota National $370,000 2 2 0 2016 Single Family Residence Cash 4/18/2018 202.08 0.98 N5914077 Sold 120 PESCADOR PL Toscana Isles $371,675 3 2 0 2017 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/19/2018 187.43 1 N5916171 Sold 23709 WAVERLY CIR Sarasota National $375,000 3 2 0 2015 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/20/2018 183.46 1 A4211455 Sold 238 LOOKOUT POINT DR Southbay Yacht & Racquet Club $375,000 3 2 1 1981 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/1 6/2018 140.13 0.94 A4201722 Sold 1087 HOOVER CIR Laurel Woodlands $382,500 3 3 0 1989 Single Family Residence Cash 4/20/2018 157.08 0.96 N5912939 Sold 157 TAMPA AVE E #706 Waterfront On Venice Island $410,000 2 2 0 2005 Condominium Conventional 4/18/2018 240.47 0.98 A4213494 Sold 9033 ALLAPATA LN Tarpon Point $422,000 3 3 0 2006 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/19/2018 206.66 0.98 A4205990 Sold 419 CEIL DR Dona Bay Shores $429,000 2 2 0 1967 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/16/2018 357.8 1 A4204491 Sold 2262 SONOMA DR E Mission Estates $435,000 3 3 0 2001 Single Family Residence Cash 4/16/2018 185.98 0.97 A4210096 Sold 4187 NATALE DR Venetia $447,000 3 3 1 2005 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/17/2018 153.5 0.98 N5916064 Sold 23120 COPPERLEAF DR Sarasota National $460,000 3 3 1 2014 Single Family Residence Cash 4/20/2018 193.44 0.98 N5914629 Sold 859 MACAW CIR P elican Pointe Golf & Country Club $468,400 4 3 0 2001 Single Family Residence Cash 4/16/2018 192.76 0.99 A4204176 Sold 1310 THORNAPPLE DR Willowbend $485,000 3 2 0 2002 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/19/2018 214.03 0.97 N5914981 Sold 333 THE ESPLANADE N #402 Imperial House Of Venice $505,000 2 2 0 1970 Condominium Cash 4/20/2018 456.6 0.96 N5913792 Sold 700 GOLDEN BEACH BLVD #207 Macarthur Beach $548,800 3 2 1 1976 Condominium Cash 4/17/2018 365.87 0.92 C7248405 Sold 20138 PASSAGIO DR Gran Paradiso $549,000 3 3 1 2008 Single Family Residence Seller Financing 4/17/2018 176.41 1 A4401463 Sold 13517 TRENTINO ST Islandwalk At The West Villages $562,990 3 3 0 2018 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/19/2018 226.28 1 A4209507 Sold 445 MAHON DR Golden Beach $565,500 2 2 0 1962 Single Family Residence Cash 4/17/2018 364.37 1 A4211437 Sold 17 LANDLUBBER LN Southbay Yacht & Racquet Club $587,000 3 3 0 1994 Single Family Residence Conventional, Other 4/17/2018 222.18 0.94 A4202742 Sold 352 RENOIR DR Sorrento Shores $600,000 2 2 0 1964 Single Family Residence Cash 4/19/2018 376.41 0.95 A4164027 Sold 9400 MYAKKA DR Not Applicable $956,800 5 3 0 1977 Single Family Residence VA 4/16/2018 272.98 0.87 A4205976 Sold 415 WALLS WAY Oaks $1,000,000 4 4 1 1995 Single Family Residence Cash 4/20/2018 198.14 0.83 A4205668 Sold 3521 CASEY KEY RD Casey Key $1,600,000 1 1 0 1954 Single Family Residence Cash 4/19/2018 1520.91 0.8 A4205637 Sold 3528 CASEY KEY RD Casey Key $2,200,000 4 4 1 1981 Single Family Residence Conventional 4/19/2018 429.86 0.88 SOUTH SARASOTA COUNTY COURTESY OF VENICE AREA BOARD OF REALTORSML# Status Address Subdivision Name Sq. Ft. Pool Price BE FB HB Built Property Style Sold Terms Sold Date SP/SqFt SP/LP RatioOUR TOWN SUNCOAST HOMES 8 TODAY Open Air Market, Open Air Market 9-1, 501 Shreve St., Punta Gorda. Produce, variety of food, clothing & crafts. Live Music 941.391.4856 Chess Club, Cultural Center 2280 Aaron St. Only 50 cents an hour. Cultural Center MembersPLUS free. Everyone welcomed 941-625-4175. Prime Rib Dinner, Cultural Center 2280 Aaron St. Enjoy our $11.95 Prime Rib Dinner in Beaches Caf. Full menu also available. Picnic To Go, Picnic To Go, BarBQ sandwich and sides. $6.00. Cleveland UMC 28038 Cleveland Ave. Punta Gorda. 11:00-12:00pm. Eagles, Eagles 23111 Harborview Rd PC 941-629-1645, breakfast 7:30-11 Funday with Linda NASCAR/Bargo 12-7 Punta Gorda Elks, 12pm Bar & Tiki open; 2-5 Funday Sunday; Music by Lee James @ 25538 ShorePG637-2606;members & guests AL 110-show me money, Show me the Money … join us for an afternoon of fun. Starting at 1:00 pm Sunday Bingo, Sunday at VFW Post 5690, 1-5pm Port Charlotte, Info 941-235-8992 CCJS JAM, JAZZ JAM from 1 to 4pm on Apr 29 at the Kingsway Golf Club. 941-766-9422 FREE for CCJS members FREE $5 for public. Yoga for Insomnia, Yoga for Insomnia, Sunday, April 29th, 1 … 3pm, $35, The Yoga Sanctuary, 941-505-9642 Singer Frank Matyok, Singer Frank Matyok performs live music 2-6 pm Center court at Fishermens Village. 639-8721 MONDAY Deep Creek Elks, Lunch 11-2:30 Ancestry/FTM, by Dottie Baugh, 10:30 am, Monday April 30 at Port Charlotte Library. Free, public welcome, info 941-625-0867. Eagles, Eagles 23111 Harborview Rd PC 941-629-1645 lunch 11-2 pm dinner 5-8 Trustees Meeting 10AM Punta Gorda Elks, 11-2 Lunch;3pm Tiki;4-7 Music/Michael Hirst;4:30-7:30 ChickenNite;7-10 Karaoke/BillyG@25538ShorePG6372606;mbrs&gsts Rick Rock Rice, Rick Rock Rice performs live music 12 noon-3 pm Center court at Fishermens Village. 639-8721 Mahjong @ Faith, All are Welcome! Join the fun of this fascination game. Mondays 12:30pm, Faith Lutheran,4005 Palm Drive 33950 Legacy SIG, for genealogy, by Ray Gallagher, 1:30 pm, Monday April 30, P C Library. Free, public welcome, info 941-625-0867. Pat Cozad, Cigar Box Guitar Music by Pat Cozad 4-7 pm Center court at Fishermens Village. 639-8721 PC Moose Lodge Bingo, Bingo every Monday Speedys 5-6 with Bingo 6-9:30. Food available. Open to public Am Leg 110 Bingo, Bar Bingo … Specials, Hot Ball … Open to Public … Starts at 6:00 TODAY Eagles Breakfast, $7, 8:30-11:00 am, the Eagles, 250 Old Englewood Rd. 941-474-9802 Membership drive, open to the public Broasted Chicken, Broasted Chicken Dinner on Sunday 2-4pm Take out or enjoy at the club. Rotonda Elks, members & guests. Shrimp ScampI, VFW Aux. Dine In or Carry Out 550 N. McCall Rd Englewood 4:00 6:00 p.m, $6.00, 474-7516 Bar Bingo, Bar Bingo starts at 6:30pm,Get Lucky!! American Legion 113, 3436 Indiana Rd. Rotonda Karaoke @ the Eagles, with Gil & Rhonda from 6-9 pm at the Eagles, 250 Old Englewood Rd, 941-474-9802. Member drive. Food available to 8 pm MONDAY Manasota Beach Yoga, These Yoga classes are designed for all abilities and ages. Locals and visitors are equally welcome. Free Will Donation. Crafting, Help us to craft items; bring lunch, we supply dessert at Lemon Bay Womans Club, 51 N. Maple St. 9:30 12:30 681-2048. Table Tennis (Open), Englewood Sports Complex, 941-8611980,9:30-12:30p. Open to all levels. $2 to play! Partners in Play, Share meaningful play with your child ages 05 limit 12 families 11:45 Elsie Quirk Library 100 W Dearborn 861-5000 Wings & Jay Smith, Wings, wet or dry, burgers, salads & more 5-7p Music: Jay Smith 6-9pm. Rotonda Elks, members & guests. 697-2710 Ayce Spaghetti, AYCE Spaghetti w/Salad Bar $8.00. MUSIC NICK D6:30pm. Am. Legion 113, 3436 Indiana Rd. Rotonda Open Music Jam, 6-9 pm every Monday.Indian mound Park., 210 Winson ave,Eng Englew,fl 34223, 941-786-6116 Zumba Gold & Toning, Get fit while working out with Ricki to world music at Lemon Bay Womans Club, 51 N. Maple St, 6-7 pm, $7 each. 445-1310 TUESDAY Mens Fellowship, Gulf Cove Methodist Men meet 1st & 3rd Tuesdays at 8am, at Perkins, 6001 S. Salford, North Port. 697-1747 TOPS 167 Suncoast, Learn how to Take Off Pounds Sensibly & keep them off. 8-9 am Suncoast Aud. $4/Mo. Info: 475-0449. Register: 473-3919. Badminton, Englewood Sports Complex, 941-861-1980, 9-10a. $2 to play! Beginning Line Dance, Learn steps and dances at Lemon Bay Womans Club, 51 N.Maple St. 9 10 am, $3.00, 474-1438. Table Tennis, Englewood Sports Complex, 941-861-1980, 9:30-12:30p. $2 to play! Englewd Plant Clinic, Plant Clinic @ Charlotte Englewood Library 10-12 every Tuesday & Thursday, Florida Master Gardeners, Free Line Dancing, Dance with Harry to country, pop & standards at Lemon Bay Womans Club, 51 N. Maple St. 10-11am, $3, 474-1438. SUNDAY AMVETS 2000 Special, Best Breakfast in town 8-11am Large menu to choose from only $7 incl/bev 401 Ortiz Blvd NP 941-429-1999 AMVETS 312 Breakfast, 8:30-11:00 Great selection incl bev only $7 Dogs&Burgers 1-5 Public welcome 7050 Chancellor Blvd NP 941-429-5403 North Port VFW #8203, Members & guests. Open 10AM-8PM $0.25 off of drafts, domestic bottles & well drinks. 4860 Trott Cir, NP 426-6865 North Port Moose, Bar Bingo all day with pizza and hot dogs! Legionnaire discount and NASCAR! 14156 tamiami trl NP CCJS JAM, JAZZ JAM from 1 to 4pm on Apr 29 at the Kingsway Golf Club. 941-766-9422 FREE for CCJS members FREE $5 for public. SOA Fry & Grill Day, Relax & enjoy Large menu to choose from 1-5pm carry outs available 401 Ortiz Blvd NP 941-429-1999 MONDAY Basic Exercise, $3/class 9-10 am NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Join Brenda for a good workout & feel better. Mahjong, 9am-12:30pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Looking for more players so come check it out. North Port VFW #8203, Members & guests. Lunch 11-2, Wings 5-7, Queen 7PM, Music by Paul 6:30-9:30, 4860 Trott Cir, NP 426-6865 North Port Moose, Wings lunch and dinner Queen is at 6! Country Fried Steak dinner special! 14156 Tamiami trl NP Duplicate Bridge, $3/person 12:30-4:30 pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd Ella 429-8958 If you like bridge, come & play Rummikub, 1-4 pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Like cards but not holding them? This is with tiles. AMVETS 312 Dinner, Lunch 11:30-2:00 Dinner 5-7 Mexican Monday Great food, prices, fun Public welcome 7050 Chanc ellor Blvd NP 941-429-5403 AMVETS 2000 Darts, Darts, Chips & Dips for fun @ 7pm 401 Ortiz Blvd NP 941-429-1999 TUESDAY Mens Fellowship, Gulf Cove Methodist Men meet 1st & 3rd Tuesdays at 8am, at Perkins, 6001 S. Salford, North Port. 697-1747 Scrabble, 9:30-11:30 am NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Always looking for new players. Come play. Back Pack Angels, n.p.coalition Homeless/Needy children(BPA)10:am n.p.library,Volunteers welcome,Dianne 813-758-2805. Mahjong, 10 am-2 pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Looking for more players so come check it out. Line Dancing, $5/class 12:152:15pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd Joan 661-3799 Learn new steps & have fun. Great exercise CHARLOTTE EVENTS ENGLEWOOD EVENTS NORTH PORT EVENTS Save Our History Day, On Tuesday, May 1 from noon to 8 p.m. at the Punta Gorda Womans Club, 118 Sullivan St. Free hot dogs, popcorn, baked goods, crafts, fun. Giving Challenge Fundraiser. More information: 941-639-1887 Open Air Market, Every Sunday History Park Open Air Market 9-1, 501 Shreve St., Punta Gorda 33950. Fresh produce, BBQ, seafood, dog treats, pies, butters & Cheese. Also snacks, plants, clothing, coffee, crafts & knife sharpening. Live Music and park tours Every Sunday @ History Park 941.391.4856 Featured EventsPAID ADVERTISEMENTS The Community Calendar items are entered by the event organizers and are run as submitted.Ž To submit an item, go to www.yoursun.com, select an edition and click on the Community CalendarŽ link on the left. Click Submit Event,Ž and fill out the appropriate information. KIRKPLANKitchens&Baths*NOT VALID WITH OTHER OFFERS. 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The Sun /Sunday, April 29, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 21 OUR TOWN SUNCOAST HOMES 9 BIRTHDAYS Happy 85th birthday to George T. Damasco on his special day, April 25. Happy 8th birthday to Jayden Zavier on his special day, April 29. Happy 56th birthday to Karole Mutter on her special day, April 30. Happy 75th birthday to Marilyn Thompson on her special day, April 30. Happy 80th birthday to Hal Neubauer on his special day, May 2. Happy 98th birthday to Olga C. Nagel on her special day, May 1. BIRTHDAYSEach week in Sundays Sun we run free birthday announcements, along with a photo. Email your .jpg photo of the birthday boy or girl of any age, along with the persons name, age, and birthday month and date, to Sherri Dennis at sdennis@sun-herald.com. Deadline is noon Wednesday. Note: If you bring or mail in a hard-copy photo (to 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980), we will try to accommodate you, but we CANNOT guarantee the ability to return it to you. Call Sherri at 941-206-1010. WEEKLY RECORDCharlotte County marriage licenses€ Jeffrey Allen Whittle of Englewood and Teresa Anne Adams of Englewood € Alicea Maueve Grace Stachler of Akron, Ohio and Neil Douglas Richards of Akron, Ohio € Sherry Annette Hylton of Punta Gorda and Robert Allan Leightner of Punta Gorda € Leroy Wilberforce Deacon of Punta Gorda and Crystal Venessa Smith of Punta Gorda € Macy Lynn Messner of Arcadia and Michael William Saxer of Arcadia € Katherine Elizabeth Keeley of Port Charlotte and Grant Carlus Harmon of Port Charlotte € Sarah Elizabeth Watson of Punta Gorda and Brandon Matthew Hall of Punta Gorda € Robert Joseph Ferraris Jr. of Englewood and Joan Susan Leone of Port Charlotte € Laura Lee Brenneman of Rotonda West and Beverly Sue Perry of Rotonda West € Amanda Genae Bynum of Englewood and Eric Philip Erdman of Englewood € Amanda Lesley Cates of Port Charlotte and Leonaris Villegas Borsody of Port Charlotte € Tasha Renae McLain of North Port and Justin Anthony Angelini of North Port € Tyler Scott Caldwell of Punta Gorda and Chelsea Jacqueline Gage of Punta Gorda € Eufemia Ayala McCurry of Port Charlotte and Todd Christopher Knowlton of Port Charlotte € Elmer Efrain Arias Abarca of Venice and Maria Shalene Restrepo of Venice € Justin Michael Lee of Port Charlotte and Larissa Diane Blanco of Port Charlotte € Craig Davis Forrester of Gainesville, Georgia and Brenda Gayle Correll of Punta Gorda € Tarra Ann Blake of North Port and Nicholas Brian Adair of North Port € Jason Ray Coffey of Port Charlotte and Tiffany Lynn Martin of Port Charlotte € William Yale Houghton Jr. of Port Charlotte and Stephanie Danielle Becker of Port Charlotte € Patrick John Sottile of Port Charlotte and Tina Jane Gerry of Port Charlotte € Lisa Ann Snyder of Englewood and John Patrick Mcginnis of Englewood € Mary Sue Miller of Port Charlotte and Stanley Walter Swistek and Port CharlotteCharlotte County divorces€ Nicole J. Beni-McCants v. Paul A. McCants € Katelan E. Collier v. Paul S. Crawford € Wilson M. Gedeon v. Janet Rattray-Gedeon € Lindsey Jennifer Paille v. Tyler Alan Paille € Amanda Rooney v. Brendan Rooney € Rosa H. Santiago Bonilla v. Samuel Gonzalez € Julio Cesar Silva v. Dianna Lynn Silva € Samantha Jo White v. James White Pirates, Princesses Tea PartyThe Lemon Bay Sunrise Rotary will present A Pirates and Princesses Tea Party, set for 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. today, April 29, at the Englewood Elks Club, 401 S. Indiana Ave. Come enjoy a fun day of crafts, light snacks, a costume contest and more. Admission is $12.50 per person, and all proceeds bene“t the Gift of Life International, in cooperation with Lemon Bay Sunrise Rotarys Global Grant to save 50 children with congenital heart defects. For more information and to preorder tickets, visitpiratesPrincesses. com.Guardian Ad Litem child advocate orientationThe Florida Guardian Ad Litem program supports volunteers who advocate for the best interests of children who have been abused, neglected or abandoned by the adults in their life. If you are interested in being a champion for the children in your community, attend a one-hour orientation at the GAL office 18500 Murdock Circle, Bldg. B, Suite 203. Orientation will be held on May 23 from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Open to all full-time residents at least 21 years of age with eight to 10 hours monthly to volunteer on their own schedule with staff support and free training. For more information or to sign up for orientation, call 941-613-3233. COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFSadno=50520347 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FOR ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING MATTERS: PROPOSED CHANGES TO THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP AND COMPREHENSIVE PLAN ELEMENTS, DEVELOPMENTS OF REGIONAL IMPACT OR CHANGES THERETO, REZONINGS, PRELIMINARY AND FINAL PLA TS, STREET AND PLAT V ACATIONS, DRC FINAL DETAIL PLANS OR CHANGES THERETO, AND STREET NAMING A PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSALS AND PETITIONS AS DESCRIBED BELOW WILL BE CONDUCTED BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD ON MONDAY May 14, 2018, at 1:30 P.M. OR AS SOON THEREAFTER AS THE MATTER MAY BE HEARD DURING THE COURSE OF ACTION. THE HEARING WILL BE HELD IN COMMISSION CHAMBERS, ROOM 119, FIRST FLOOR, BUILDING A, THE CHARLOTTE COUNTY ADMINISTRATION CENTER, 18500 MURDOCK CIRCLE, PORT CHARLOTTE, FLORIDA. THE PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD IS NOT BOUND TO CONSIDER THE PETITIONS IN THE ORDER LISTED IN THIS NOTICE. ANY OF THESE PETITIONS MAY BE CONSIDERED AS SOON AS THE MEETING COMMENCES. COPIES OF SAID PETITIONS WITH COMPLETE LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS AND SUBSEQUENT STAFF REPORTS WILL BE A V AILABLE FOR REVIEW AT THE CHARLOTTE COUNTY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT (18400 MURDOCK CIRCLE) AND ALL CHARLOTTE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARIES. ADOBE PORTABLE DOCUMENT FORMAT (.pdf) FILES OF ALL PETITION PACKETS AND AN AGENDA WILL BE PLACED AT THE FOLLOWING INTERNET ADDRESS: http://www.charlottecounty” .gov/boards-committees/pz/Pages/Meeting-Agendas.aspx ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE URGED TO ATTEND THESE PUBLIC HEARINGS. THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME TO SPEAK; THERE WILL BE A FIVEMINUTE TIME LIMIT FOR EACH CITIZENS PRESENTATION ON AN AGENDA ITEM. IF YOU HA VE SPECIFIC QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS, YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT A STAFF PERSON AT ANY TIME IN ADV ANCE OF THE PUBLIC HEARING(S). PLEASE CALL 941-764-4903 AND MENTION THE PETITION NUMBER OF THE MATTER YOU WISH TO DISCUSS. PETITIONS Z-18-04-14 Legislative Countywide An Ordinance of the Board of Commissioners of Charlotte County, Florida, amending Chapter 3-9, Zoning, by revising subsections under Section 3-9-72, Fences; Walls; providing for con” ict with other Ordinances; providing for severability; and providing for an effective date. Applicant: Charlotte County Board of County Commissioners. Z-18-03-13 Quasi-Judicial Commission District III An Ordinance pursuant to Section 125.66, Florida Statutes, amending the Charlotte County Zoning Atlas from Of“ ce, Medical, Institutional (OMI) to Commercial General (CG); for property located at 1377 Frizzell Lane, in Port Charlotte, containing 0.33 acres; Commission District V; Pet ition No. Z-18-03-13; applicant: James Herston; providing an effective date. Z-18-04-15 Legislative Countywide An Ordinance of the Board of Commissioners of Charlotte County, Florida, amending Chapter 3-9, Zoning, by revising the developm ent requirements for accessory structures under Section 3-9-32, Residential Estate (RE), Section 3-9-33, Residential Single-family (RSF), Section 3-9-34, Resi dential Multi-family (RMF), Section 3-9-35, Residential Multi-family Tourist (RMF-T), Section 3-9-37, Manufactured Home Conventional (MHC), Section 3-9-39, Of“ ce Medical and Institutional (OMI), and Section 3-9-41, Commercial Tourist (CT) ; providing for con” ict with other Ordinances; providing for severability; and providing for an effective date. Applicant: Charlotte County Board of County Commissioners. Z-18-04-16 Legislative Countywide An Ordinance of the Board of Commissioners of Charlotte County, Florida, amending Chapter 3-9, Zoning, by revising subsections under Section 3-9-87, Temporary Uses; providing for con” ict with other Ordinances; providing for severability; and providing for an effective date. Applicant: Charlotte County Board of County Commissioners. Z-18-04-17 Legislative Countywide An Ordinance of the Board of Commissioners of Charlotte County, Florida, amending Chapter 3-9, Zoning, by revising subsection ( g)(1) under Section 3-9-100.3, Tree Requirement to add item f; providing for con” ict with other Ordinances; providing for severability; and providing for an effective date. Applicant: Charlotte County Board of County Commissioners. NOPC-18-03-11 Quasi-Judicial Commission District I A Resolution pursuant to Section 380.06, Florida Statutes, amending the Master Development Order (MDO) for the Babcock Ranch Co mmunity Master Development of Regional Impact (DRI) to: 1) update Exhibit B: Master Concept Plan (Map H) by adding approximately 1,010 acres to Increment I North area, converting the 25 acres of Educational Services Center shown in Increment 1 South Area to Mixed-Use/Residential/Commercial(MURC), removing the 71 acres of Higher Education/ University from Increment I North Area, adding Note 5 to include a condition limiting the non-residential land uses to a maximu m of 6,000,000 square feet for both the Lee and Charlotte portions of the Babcock Ranch Community Master Development of Regional Impact, and adding Note 6 indicating t hat the solar arrays and related facilities are permitted in all of the Increment 1 North Area, except in the Passive Greenway, Observation Greenway, and Conser vation Easement Corridors; and 2) re” ect the extension of the expiration date and buildout date of this Development Order per Governors Executive Orders; for property located east of S.R. 31, south of C.R. 74 (Bermont Road), west of the Glades County line, and north of the Lee County line, containing 13,630 acres, in the East County area; Commission District I, Petition No. NOPC-18-03-11; applicant: Babcock Property Holdings, L.L.C.; providing an effective date. NOPC-18-03-12 Quasi-Judicial Commission District I A Resolution pursuant to Section 380.06, Florida Statutes, amending the Increment 1 Development Order (IDO) for the Babcock Ran ch Community Development of Regional Impact to: 1) revise Exhibit A-1: Increment 1 North Area Babcock Ranch Community Legal Description by adding approx imately 1,010 acres; 2) revise Condition 2 under the Education section to acknowledge the signed agreement between the Developer and the Charlotte County Scho ol District; 3) update the Police and Fire section to be consistent with Note 6 to Exhibit D; 4) revise Exhibit B-1: Babcock Ranch Community Map H Increment 1 Ma ster Development Plan to include additional 1,010 acres; 5) revise Exhibit B-2: Babcock Ranch, Map H-1 Increment 1 Overall Land Use Concept Map to convert the 25 acres of Educational Services Center to Mixed-Use/Residential/Commercial(MURC); 6) update Exhibit B-4: Babcock Ranch Community Map H-3 Increment 1 North Area Master Plan, 7) revise Exhibit C: Babcock Ranch Community Increment 1 Equivalency Matrix to include Assisted Living Facilities; 8) revise Exhibit E: I ncrement 1 Parameters to include Assisted Living Facilities with 100 units by converting 15,000 square feet of of“ ce uses based on the Equivalency Matrix included as Exhibit C; 9) update development rights; 10) revise Exhibit F: Babcock Ranch Increment 1 Master Drainage Plan; 11) revise Exhibit G: Babcock Ranch Increment 1 Master Internal Circulation Plan; 12) revise Exhibit H2: Increment 1 North Area Primary Greenway Map and Trails Plan; 13) revise Exhibit I: Babcock Ranch Increme nt I Primary Utility Corridor Plan; and 14) re” ect the extension of the expiration date and buildout date of this Development Order per Governors Executive Orders; for prop erty located east of S.R. 31, south of C.R. 74 (Bermont Road), west of the Glades County line, and north of the Lee County line, containing 5,095 acres, in the East County area; Commission District I, Petition No. NOPC-18-03-12; applicant: Babcock Property Holdings, L.L.C.; providing an effective date. Allowing Dogs in Designated Outdoor Areas for Food Service Establishments Z-18-04-23 Legislative Countywide An Ordinance of the Board of County Commissioners of Charlotte County, Florida, amending Part III, Land Development and Growth Management, Chapter 3-5, Planning and Development, of the Code of Laws and Ordinances of Charlotte County, Florida, by Adding new Article VIII, Allowing Dogs in Designated Outdoor Areas of Food Service Establishments, providing for new Section 3-5-206, De“ nitions; providing for new Section 3-5-207., Requirements of Food Service Establishments Which Allow Dogs; providing for new Section 3-5-208, Complaints and Reporting; providing for new Section 3-5-209, Enforcement a nd Penalties; providing for con” ict with other ordinances; providing for severability; and providing for an effective date. Applicant: Charlotte County Board of County Commissioners. SHOULD ANY AGENCY OR PERSON DECIDE TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH MEETING, A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDING, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDING IS REQUIRED, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Charlotte County Board of County Commissioners does not discriminate on the basis of disability. This nondiscrimination policy involves every aspect of the Countys functions, including access to and participation in meetings, programs and activities. FM Sound En hancement Units for the Hearing Impaired are available at the Front Security Desk, Building A of the Murdock Administration Complex. Anyo ne needing other reasonable accommodation or auxiliary aids and services please contact our of“ ce at 941.764.4191, TDD/TTY 941.743.1234, or by email to David.Lyles@CharlotteCountyFL.govPublish: April 29, 2018

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Page 22 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 OUR TOWN SUNCOAST HOMES 10 WINNERS CIRCLEAmerican Legion Post 103€ Sunday Darts winners April 22: Round 1: 1-Barb Carroll, John Branscome; 2-Pat Seaman and John Seaman; 3-Ray Mason, Bill Tilley. Round 2: 1-Kathy Meadows, Pat Seaman; 2-John Branscome, Henry Tropea; 3-Kim Smith, Fern Tropea.American Legion Post 110€ Bridge winners April 23: 1-Ann Beers, 3940; 2-Hilda Schnare, 3800; 3-Bucky Jacque, 3740; 4-Linda Kopp, 3650. € Mah Jongg winners April 24: Table 1: Gina Adamo, Kathy Cimaglia; Table 2: Bea Oram, Merry Davine; Table 3: Marie Devlin; Table 4: Doreen Foster, Hilda Zoeller.Charlotte Harbor Yacht Club€ Ladies Bridge winners April 24: 1-Irene Runkle; 2-Phoebe Mc Millan; 3-Janie Ressel. € Mahjong winners April 17: Bobbye Waksler, Bette Albarran. April 24: Bobbye Waksler, Jeri Schaller. € Slam Bridge winners April 18: 1-George Miller; 2-Keith Rueckel; 3-Emine Sahin. April 25: 1-Janie Ressel; 2-Keith Rueckel; 3-Jerry ShoemakerCharlotte Square Condominium Complex€ Charlotte County Bridge Group winners April 21: Jay Oberlander, 5920; Bud Barnhouse, 4630; Dee Weisenberg, 4640; Bill Kutschman, 4350.Cultural Center of Charlotte County€ Duplicate Bridge Club winners April 19 (a.m.): 1-Bob Rancourt, Bob Bonjean; 2-Carol Campbell, Anna Stark; 3-Pearl Hull, Linda Jones. April 19 (p.m.): (N/S) 1-Dave Johnson, Sharon Redmond; 2-Diana Prince, Bill Vigneault; 3-Bob Mohrbacher, Helen Sullivan. (E/W) 1-Pat Betts, Pam Dean; 2-Chuck Skarvan, Paul Urbanick; 3-Nancy Thelin, George Cantin. April 24: 1-Rick Lamanna, Helen Sullivan; 2-Nancy Thelin, Yoshi Lapo; 3-Randy Wentworth, Goran Hanson. Englewood Elks€ Trivia Game winners April 24: 1-Cocoa Plumbers, $96; 2-Phillies, $26.Isles Yacht Club€ Scrabble winners April 20: Mary Lou Coutts, 318; Judith Howell, 205; Liane Riley, 316, 180, 138. € Trivia winners April 21: Bazinga!Ž 86 points, (Bill, Bruce, Judith, Kevin, Liane, Marianne, Mary Lou x 2, Norm.)Kings Gate€ Wednesday Night Double Deck Pinochle winners April 23: 1-Georgia Klemm, 4760; 2-Jerry Shoemaker, 4580; 3-Marla Johanson, 4400; 4-Bev Sandy, 3650. April 25: Paul Headrick, 1609; Rita Harkey, 1038. € Friday Night Double Deck Pinochle winners April 20: Kathy Garbowicz, 1072; Fred Smith, 1049.Kingsway Country Club€ Ladies Bridge winners April 20: 1-Dee Nutt, 2-Linda Bellmore. April 25: 1-Carol Fisher, 2-Lucy Schmidt. € Partners Bridge winners April 25: 1-Norma Block, Marilyn Gilbert; 2-Denny Gilstad, Rodger Dowdell; 3-Bev Bossert, Linda Bellmore.Moose Lodge 2121€ Euchre Card Game winners April 26: Shari Moldenhauer, 82; Jan Howard, 74; Mike Emerine, 74; Tony Rottenbucher, 73; Tina Rajter, 65; Mari-Anne Robinson, 64; Miki Stoudt, 64.Port Charlotte Bridge ClubApril 20 winners: Virginia Clayton, 3620; Jerry Shoemaker, 3600; Blanche Thum, 3520.Port Charlotte Golf Club€ Bridge winners April 23: 1-Fred Weibel; 2-Kay Nay; 3-Linda Meredith. € Game Day winners April 18: Bridge: 1-Anita Senka, 2-Gerry Sandman. Dominoes: Kay Nay, Mah Jongg, Gretchen Stoughton, Roe Murphy. Euchre: 1-Linda Wintheiser, 2-Lynne Siebenthaler.Riverwood€ Friday Night Riverwood Trivia Game winners April 20: 1-Riverwood Rebels; 2-Us and Them.Twin Isles Country Club€ Contract Bridge winners April 24: 1-Karen Dowling; 2-Chis McCarthy; 3-Barbara Burnett € Duplicate Bridge winners April 25: 1-Shirley Carlson, Emma Mae Goddard; 2-Karie Cosrello, Maria Antanelis. April 26: 1-Shirley Carlson, Nancy Scheer; 2-Kathy Strayton, Lilian Stein. € Flight Bridge winners Year Final: 1-Susan Baird, Nancy Padgett; 2-Barbara Burnett, Shirley Carlson; 3-Katie Costello, Nancy Scheer; 4-Pam Lawler, Joanne Ryder; 5-Sandy Lorden, Sharon Neftzger; 6-Claudia Batesol, Judi Burbanger. Want to add your group? Email sdennis@sun-herald.com for details. Save our History EventsThe Punta Gorda History Center and Punta Gorda Historical Society will welcome the public to two events during the annual Giving Challenge. On May 1 at the Punta Gorda Womans Club at 118 Sullivan St., from noon to 8 p.m., there will be a fun day with free hot dogs, popcorn, baked goods, games, music, crafts and more. Enjoy the day and learn most about Punta Gordas past. On May 2 at the Punta Gorda History Center at 512 E. Grace St, from 8 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. there will be a History Trivia Breakfast. You can join other history buffs for a light breakfast and two rounds of historic trivia with prizes. Donations to the Punta Gorda History Center and Punta Gorda Historical Society are requested, but not required to participate. During these two days donations from $25 to $100 through the Giving Challenge will be matched by the Pwatterson Foundation 1:1. The Historical Society needs to make major repairs to many of the roofs of the buildings they are preserving including the one on the historic Womans Club Building. The History Center is working to preserve and make accessible for research and to the public the vast Vernon Peeples Collection and other Punta Gorda History collections which would be lost to future generations if not preserved and indexed. Direct donations to either organization can be made online from noon to noon May 1 and 2 at givingpartnerchallenge. org and entering the name of the organization to which you wish to donate. For more information, call 941-916-8800 or 941-2582080.ConversationsA conversation group meets Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the North Port Library in the Juliano Room,13800 Tamiami Trail. The group discusses world and local events and news. It also discusses also discuss sports, movies or books. It is moderated by Pat Petersmark of Chat with PatŽ heard Thursdays at 11 a.m. on WKDW97.5FM, KDWradio.com. For more information, call Pat Petersmark at 941-888-2810. COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS adno=50520348 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FOR ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING MATTERS: PROPOSED CHANGES TO THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP AND COMPREHENSIVE PLAN ELEMENTS, DEVELOPMENTS OF REGIONAL IMPACT OR CHANGES THERETO, REZONINGS, PRELIMINARY AND FINAL PLA TS, STREET AND PLAT V ACATIONS, DRC FINAL DETAIL PLANS OR CHANGES THERETO, AND STREET NAMING A PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSALS AND PETITIONS AS DESCRIBED BELOW WILL BE CONDUCTED BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD ON MONDAY May 14, 2018, at 1:30 P.M. OR AS SOON THEREAFTER AS THE MATTER MAY BE HEARD DURING THE COURSE OF ACTION. THE HEARING WILL BE HELD IN COMMISSION CHAMBERS, ROOM 119, FIRST FLOOR, BUILDING A, THE CHARLOTTE COUNTY ADMINISTRATION CENTER, 18500 MURDOCK CIRCLE, PORT CHARLOTTE, FLORIDA. THE PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD IS NOT BOUND TO CONSIDER THE PETITIONS IN THE ORDER LISTED IN THIS NOTICE. ANY OF THESE PETITIONS MAY BE CONSIDERED AS SOON AS THE MEETING COMMENCES. COPIES OF SAID PETITIONS WITH COMPLETE LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS AND SUBSEQUENT STAFF REPORTS WILL BE A V AILABLE FOR REVIEW AT THE CHARLOTTE COUNTY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT (18400 MURDOCK CIRCLE) AND ALL CHARLOTTE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARIES. ADOBE PORTABLE DOCUMENT FORMAT (.pdf) FILES OF ALL PETITION PACKETS AND AN AGENDA WILL BE PLACED AT THE FOLLOWING INTERNET ADDRESS: http://www.charlottecounty” .gov/boards-committees/pz/Pages/Meeting-Agendas.aspx ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE URGED TO ATTEND THESE PUBLIC HEARINGS. THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME TO SPEAK; THERE WILL BE A FIVEMINUTE TIME LIMIT FOR EACH CITIZENS PRESENTATION ON AN AGENDA ITEM. IF YOU HA VE SPECIFIC QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS, YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT A STAFF PERSON AT ANY TIME IN ADV ANCE OF THE PUBLIC HEARING(S). PLEASE CALL 941-764-4903 AND MENTION THE PETITION NUMBER OF THE MATTER YOU WISH TO DISCUSS. PETITIONS Z-18-04-18 Legislative Countywide An Ordinance of the Board of Commissioners of Charlotte County, Florida, amending Chapter 3-5, Planning and Development by crea ting new Article XXV, Declaration of Unity of Title; providing for new Section 3-5-541, Purpose and Applicability; providing for new Section 3-5-542, De“ nitions; providing for new Section 3-5-543, Application Requirements; providing for new Section 3-5-544, Approval Procedure; providing for new Section 3-5-545, Release of Declaration of Unity of Title; providing for con” ict with other Ordinances; providing for severability; and providing for an effective date. Applicant: Charlotte County Board of County Commissioners. PA-18-02-06 Legislative Commission District I Pursuant to Section 163.3187(1)(C), Florida Statutes, adopt a Small Scale Plan Amendment to change Charlotte County FLUM Series Map #1: 2030 Future Land Use, from Low Density Residential (LDR) to Commercial (COM) for Lots 1 & 2; for property located at 4021 Duncan Road, in the Punta G orda area, containing 1 acres; Commission District I; Petition No. PA-18-02-06; applicant: Trout Property Holdings, LLC.; providing an effective date. Z-18-02-07 Quasi-Judicial Commission District I An Ordinance pursuant to Section 125.66, Florida Statutes, amending the Charlotte County Zoning Atlas from Commercial General ( CG) and Manufactured Home Conventional (MHC) to Planned Development (PD); for property located at 4021 or 4043 Duncan Road, in the Punta Gorda area, cont aining 1.97 acres; Commission District I; Petition No. Z-18-02-07; applicant: Trout Property Holdings, LLC.; providing an effective date. PA-18-03-08-LS Legislative Commission District II Pursuant to Section 163.3184(3), Florida Statutes, transmit a Large Scale Plan Amendment to the Department of Economic Opportun ity (DEO) and other State agencies for review and comment; the amendment request is to change Charlotte County FLUM Series Map #1: 2030 Future Land Use, from Low Dens ity Residential (LDR) (59.23 acres) to Commercial (COM), from Preservation (PR) (0.61 acres) to Commercial (COM), from Low Density Residential (LDR) (13.07 acres) to Preservation (PR), remove an annotation to the 2030 Future Land Use Map which limits the overall density of 425.93 acres of the site to 999 units; for property located at the northwest portion of the interchange of I-75 and Tuckers Grade, in the Punta Gorda area, the property subject to the Future Land Use Map (FLUM) d esignations amendment containing 72.91 acres; Commission District II; Petition No. PA-18-03-08-LS; Applicant: Tuckers Point 1 Limited Partnership; providing an effective date. PP-09-01-01 Quasi-judicial Commission District III Handy Fill, LLC and Karl and Susan Kokomoor, as the new owners of the land underlying the Preliminary Plat for Winchester Lake Subdivision, request approval of the transfer of that plat into their names. The Charlotte County Board of County Commissioners granted approval of the Prelimin ary Plat on April 21, 2009. The project consists of 169 residential lots, on 176 acres, more or less, located north of Roosevelt Street, east of San Casa Drive, west o f Winchester Boulevard, and south of Avenue of the Americas, in Section 16, Township 40 South, Range 20 East, in Commission District III. Z-18-03-09-TDU Quasi-Judicial Commission District II An Ordinance pursuant to Section 125.66, Florida Statutes, amending the Charlotte County Zoning Atlas from Planned Development (PD) (370.58 acres), Residential Estate 1(RE-1) (193.57 acres), and Residential Multi-family 5(RMF-5) (1.59 acres) to PD; increasing the base density from 19 units to 1,689 units; for property located at the northwest portion of the interchange of I-75 and Tuckers Grade, in the Punta Gorda area; containing 565.74 acres; Commi ssion District II; Petition No. Z-18-0309-TDU; Tuckers Point 1 Limited Partnership; providing an effective date. FP-18-03-01 Quasi-judicial Commission District III Gary and Pat Lang have requested Preliminary and Final Plat approval for a two-lot Minor Subdivision to be named, Lang Subdivis ion. The site is 20.00 acres, more or less, and is located south of Brig Circle South, east of Coral Creek Drive, north of the Rotonda Airport, and west of Gasparill a Road, in Section 31, Township 41S, Range 21E, in Commission District III. PA-18-03-10 Legislative Commission District IV Pursuant to Section 163.3187(1)(C), Florida Statutes, adopt a Small Scale Plan Amendment to change Charlotte County FLUM Series Map #1: 2030 Future Land Use, from Parks and Recreation (PKR) to Low Density Residential (LDR), increasing the base density from zero residential units to o ne; for property located at 5168 Fleming Street, in the Gulf Cove area, containing 0.55 acres; Commission District IV; Petition No. PA-18-03-10; applicant: Clint Baker ; providing an effective date. PP-18-03-02 Quasi-judicial Commission District I Babcock Property Holdings, LLC has requested Preliminary Plat approval for a subdivision to be named, Babcock Ranch Community P hase 1B1 Northeast, consisting of 85 mixed use lots and three tracts. The site is 18.32 acres, more or less, and is located south of Bermont Road, north of the b order with Lee County, east of Babcock Ranch Road, and west of the border with Glades County, in Section 29, Township 42S, Range 26E, in Commission District I. PP-18-03-03 Quasi-judicial Commission District I D.R. Horton, Inc. has requested Preliminary Plat approval for a subdivision to be named, Calusa Creek Section B, consisting of 66 single-family lots. The site is 14.54 acres, more or less, and is located south and east of Duncan Road, north of Bermont Road, and west of Quail Drive, in Section 3 4, Township 40S, Range 23E, in Commission District I. SV-18-03-02 Legislative Commission District II Park Pointe, Inc. is requesting to vacate all of the undeveloped portion of First Street lying between Louisiana Avenue and Col orado Avenue, and a portion of the undeveloped segment of Louisiana Avenue lying west of Waterside Drive and north of Tract F, a total of 0.79 acres, more or less part of Grove City Land Company Subdivision, as recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 4, of the Public Records of Charlotte County, Florida, and located south of Color ado Avenue, north of Wyoming Avenue, west of Waterside Drive, and east of Lemon Bay, in Section 17, Township 41, Range 20, in Commission District II.SHOULD ANY AGENCY OR PERSON DECIDE TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH MEETING, A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDING, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDING IS REQUIRED, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Charlotte County Board of County Commissioners does not discriminate on the basis of disability. This nondiscrimination policy involves every aspect of the Countys functions, including access to and participation in meetings, programs and activities. FM Sound Enhancem ent Units for the Hearing Impaired are available at the Front Security Desk, Building A of the Murdock Administration Complex. Anyone needing oth er reasonable accommodation or auxiliary aids and services please contact our of“ ce at 941.764.4191, TDD/TTY 941.743.1234, or by email to David.Lyles@ CharlotteCountyFL.govPublish: April 29, 2018

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The Sun /Sunday, April 29, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 23 OUR TOWN SUNCOAST HOMES 11 The end of the semester at the Florida SouthWestern State College (FSW) Charlotte Campus is packed with fun stress-freeŽ activities that attempt to aid in relieving the stress of “nals. But the relief that comes from “nishing your last “nal and realizing that it is your last “nal at FSW is bittersweet. This has been my home away from home for four years. I feel accomplished that I set a goal for myself and completed it, but I also feel a sense of sadness that I am leaving this beautiful campus “lled with inspiring people. I began my journey at FSW in 2014, almost 10 years since I graduated high school. This labeled me as a nontraditional student. My husband and I started this journey together, and we will complete it together walking across the stage. There were many hardships, and we did struggle, but we made it through with an amazing support system. My parents and in-laws helped us both “nancially and with our daughter „ the reason we started this in the “rst place. She is now seven years old, but I can remember her as a three-year-old the day we had to bring her along to our ethics class. The room was quiet as Professor Robbins wrote notes on the board, and Lisandra, wearing her headphones, was just sitting and watching her cartoons. Then, as loud as can be, she yelled, I love you, mommy!Ž Rather than being annoyed at the interruption, Professor Robbins responded, That has to be the cutest thing to ever happen in my class.Ž From that day forward, I knew FSW was the place where I belonged. The kind-hearted staff and faculty make this campus unique. After one semester at FSW, I joined the Student Government Association (SGA) due to the persistence of a stranger, and now a great friend, John. He saw something in me that I did not yet see in myself. I started as a senator, moved up to president, and even joined Florida College Systems Student Government Association, which represents all 28 Florida state and community colleges. In addition to SGA, I became a student assistant at the Student Services Information Desk and the Student Engagement Of“ce, president of our Campus Activities Board, Phi Theta Kappa vice president, and joined a variety of other clubs. All these roles helped me meet some amazing people that have become family to me. I became the campus mom and spent my time helping my peers through their school and personal troubles. This helped me con“rm that becoming a psychology major was the right choice. Walt Disney said, All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.Ž Never think your dreams are unattainable; make an effort and you will be pleasantly surprised. No matter what my future holds or where my journey takes me, I have become a better and stronger person through my experiences at FSW. Linda Fuentes is a graduating student at the FSW Charlotte Campus.A bittersweet step: Saying farewell to FSW Linda Fuentes Sidewalks to closeBeginning, Monday, April 30, the sidewalks located at Harborwalk (at the easterly end of Laishley Park) will be closed due to seawall replacement. The City contractor, Marine Contracting Group (MCG), will be staging construction materials and equipment adjacent to the site. For more information on this project, contact Irene Ploskina at 941-575-5050 between 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.Yard saleNorth Port Knights of Columbus hosts a yard sale 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Friday, May 4 and 8 a.m.-2 p.m. May 5 at San Pedro Catholic Church, 14380 Tamiami Trail, North Port. For more information, call 617-320-1759; 941-3807248 or 941-726-9301.Scholarships availableThe Kiwanis Club of North Port has scholarships available to North Port graduating seniors based on need and community service. Kiwanis Club (noon) is honoring one member, Jodi Frasier, who died this year. Frasier was a nurse who worked with pioneering heart surgeons. The Kiwanis Club has its annual scholarship for graduates pursuing nursing or other medically-related career. Applicants with strong community service backgrounds will also be considered.Ž Applications can be requested via email. Students or parents can email carolannpa@ gmail.com with Kiwanis Scholarship Application RequestŽ in the subject line.Pioneer DaysThe 62nd annual Pioneer Days Celebration kicks off in less than four months. The planning is well underway, but volunteers are always welcomed and appreciated. For more information, please attend the next meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 2 at Elsie Quirk Library, 100 W. Dearborn St., Englewood. The committee is still accepting theme suggestions until Monday, April 30 at info@englewoodpioneerdays.com. This years theme will be chosen on Wednesday and announced soon after. Beginning May 1, applications will be live and online to enter the Mayor For A Day Contest. Englewood residents will be eligible to participate in this fun event which runs through August. Contestants choose a local charity of choice and collect dollars for votes; $1 = 1 vote. Rules and more information will be posted along with the applications at www.englewoodpioneerdays.com. Parade and vendor applications will also be available soon. COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS adno=720550 FREE TIRE ROTATION & 21PT INSPECTION $50 OFFAny Repair or Maintenance Service of $250 or MoreMost American Cars. With Coupon. Extra Charge for Trucks/Vans & SUV's. Prior Sales Excluded. 1 Coupon Customer/Visit Expires 5/15/18$39.99SYNTHETIC OIL CHANGE5W20 up to 5 Qts.AUTO REPAIR OFFER adno=54532185 Offer expires 5/27/18 Offer expires 5/27/18 Wash SpecialFree Ultimate or Platinum Auto Wash With the Purchase of a $40 wash card.Thats a Savings of up to $16 !See attendant in our of“ ce 9-5 for this offer. 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Page 24 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 OUR TOWN SUNCOAST HOMES 12 Depending on how you look at it, Easter, April Fools Day or Tax Day marked the beginning of the end of another seasonal bonanza. Even in the wind-torn aftermath of Hurricane Irma, Gov. Rick Scott was able to proclaim a record year for Florida tourism „ estimating 116.5 million visitors in 2017, up 4 million from the previous years high of 112.4 million. With snowbird migration in full ”ight, locals are slowly emerging from self-imposed hibernation, to enjoy the tourist lifestyle for which they live here. And Punta Gorda eateries are already starting to welcome them back with summer specials and early-bird hours that suit their schedules. Take in a sunset from the Wyvern ƒ In honor of its stunning rooftop sunset vistas, Punta Gordas Wyvern Hotel is offering Sunset Selection specials this summer, at both Perch 360 and 88 Keys Florida. Diners have their choice among three starters, “ve entres and three desserts, with each course including a vegan or gluten-free option. Chef Josh Booze has pulled out all the creative stops to plate starters like pork pot stickers with chili soy reduction and carrot ginger puree, and entres including pan-seared salmon with brown sugar glaze, on cheddar grits with baconbraised kale. (That last bit makes the whole business healthy.) The $25 three-course menu, launched April 9, is served Monday to Thursday from 5 to 6:30 p.m. The Wyvern Hotel ($$-$$$), 941-639-7700, is at 101 E. Retta Esplanade. Perch 360 is open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. 88 Keys is open Sunday to Thursday 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday to 10 p.m. Or a matinee at F.M. Dons ƒ Starting April 3, F.M. Dons began serving even earlier birds a menu of six compact entres for $15 and under. Every day, between 4 and 5:30 p.m., you can choose from crispy cod and chips, seared Faroe Island salmon, beef Bolognese with penne, mojo braised pork shoulder, houseground tenderloin burger and pan-roasted airline chicken breast. Given that you cant expect any kind of food on an airline anymore, youre probably wondering what airline chicken is. According to the National Chicken Council, The term airline chicken breast “rst became popular in the 1960s when major commercial airlines included full-service meals on air ”ights that were of suf“cient length/time to serve such meals. Airlines required a relatively small breast portion for a number of reasons and kept part of the wing on to give a presentation that made the serving portion appear to be bigger than it actually was and also to give it a certain differentiation from the non-airline breast. It was and still is a relatively costly product.Ž Of course Chef Keith Meyer never stoops to the sleight of hand involved in making something look bigger than it really is, but he will switch and swap matine entres throughout the summer. And on Mondays, all day long, look for Mussels and Martinis, a regular dinner portion of plump Prince Edward Island mussels in garlic, white wine and fresh herb butter for $5, with $5 Stoli martinis. F.M. Dons ($$-$$$), 941-637-8800, is at 201 W. Marion Ave., on the corner of Marion and Taylor. Its open Sunday to Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Thursday to Saturday until 10 p.m. Sunday Brunch is 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Come back for your Gift at Italia and River City Owner Doug Amaral reports that his famous The GiftŽ„ a BOGO menu of special twofor-one entres „ will return to River City Grill and Italia at River City in May, giving both staff and locals the present of continued business throughout the offseason. River City Grill ($$$$$), 941-639-9080, 131 W. Marion Ave., is open Monday to Friday 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 5 to 9 p.m., weekends 5 to 9 p.m. Italia ($$-$$$), 941639-7655, 127 W. Marion Ave., is open Tuesday to Sunday 5 to 9 p.m. Send restaurant and bar news and recommendations to columnist Sue Wade at suewade47@aol.com. Average price ranges are $ = inexpensive (under $10), $$ = moderate ($11$30), and $$$ = pricey (over $30), including tip and beverage.Locals prepare to celebrate summer PHOTO PROVIDEDA Wyvern Sunset Selection entre„grilled sirloin on mash with haricots verts, garnished with crossed knives painted in sweetand-spicy steak reduction.PHOTO PROVIDEDChef Josh Boozes Sunset Selection pork pot sticker appetizer with chili soy reduction and carrot ginger puree.PHOTO PROVIDEDF.M. Dons Matinee Menu Airline Chicken Breast. Dont expect it on Allegiant.SUN PHOTO BY SUE WADEItalia and River City Grill will have a BOGO Gift for locals again, in May. 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Feeling Fit PORT CHARLOTTE € PUNTA GORDA € NORTH PORT € ENGLEWOOD € ARCADIA SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2018 A WEEKLY SUN PUBLICATION WWW.FEELINGFIT.COM DanMEARNSCOLUMNIST Health & HopeThe good news is that a majority of the Punta Gorda teens do not abuse drugs or alcohol, but theres enough bad news in a recent Drug Free Punta Gorda report to cause concern. Statistics cited by agency may well be extrapolated to Port Charlotte, Englewood, North Port and Arcadia. While research indicates that 90 percent of high school-age teens and 91 percent of middle school-age kids in Punta Gorda do not abuse prescription drugs, those percentages drop when it comes to those not using alcohol: 75 percent among high school-age teens and 86 percent of middle school-age children. Perhaps more disturbing is the fact that among Punta Gorda youth who do use alcohol, the average age of onset is 11 years old. Drug Free Punta Gorda is a youth substance-abuse prevention coalition whose mission is to provide awareness, knowledge and skills to establish and advance healthy, drug-free choices in the community. The agency is holding a public meeting from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, May 8, at the agency of“ce in the back building at East Elementary School, 27050 S Fairway Drive, Punta Gorda. Lunch will be served at the event, and Drug Free Punta Gorda is requesting $10 donation. An RSVP is required and may be made by contacting Monica Babcock at 941-740-4358 or monica.babcock@ yourcharlotteschools.net. Guest speaker Jude Jean-Pierre, an educator with the Florida Department of Health, will discuss Teen Sexual Risk Avoidance,Ž a subject that directly relates to substance and alcohol abuse. We know this is true,Ž said Chrissie Salazar, executive director of Drug Free Punta Gorda. Research and available data show that drug risk and sexual risk are directly related, as are substance abuse and so many other risky behaviors.Ž Teens are susceptible, Salazar Coalition cautions about substance abuse, sexual risk among young peopleMEARNS | 4The Explorer cruised Charlotte Harbor at 8.1 knots, the optimum speed for attracting dolphin to the wake, according to Capt. Al Breininger. They came. Eventually. Reluctantly. And although the popular residents of Charlotte Harbor made only a cursory appearance, they thrilled the passengers on Breiningers 34-foot pilot house trawler. The two-hour cruise on the harbor came courtesy of the fourth annual WAVE, Wounded American Veterans Event, which gathered 20 disabled veterans and their guests for boat rides, lunch, a pinning ceremony and some simple thanks for serving the country. Breininger was one of 13 captains who untied from the Platinum Point Yacht Club in Burnt Store Marina on a picture-perfect April day to give the veterans some time on the water. The host club, along with the Charlotte Harbor Yacht Club, the Isles Yacht Club, the Punta Gorda Boat Club and the Platinum Point Yacht Club Fishing Club took part in the event, which rotates the host club each year. The veterans were all local men who had incurred a 30 percent or more disability while serving in the military. Many were Vietnam veterans, and they were recognized in a pinning ceremony after the craft „ which included motor boats and sailboats „ got off the water. Taking them out on the water and letting them enjoy some time is just a little way to say thank you,Ž said Carole Lick, past commodore of Platinum Point and the event chairwoman. It was Platinum Points “rst year to host. Vietnam Army veteran Ed Smith, and his wife, Sue came from Englewood to ride on the Reel Blessing with Capt. Mitch Wegrzyn. This program,Ž Sue said, is phenomenal.Ž Breiningers vessel included his wife of 52 years, Barbara, Army veteran Paul Campbell, Donna Iraneta, the wife of Marine Corps veteran Marshall Iraneta, and Nancy Ortiz, program specialist for Veterans Village, which Clubs thank veterans with boat ridesBy RUSTY PRAYFEELING FIT CORRESPONDENT BOAT | 2 FEELING FIT PHOTO BY RUSTY PRAYCapt. Al Breininger gets the Explorer underway.You walk into the grocery store with the best intentions, “ling your cart with kale, broccolini, tofu and Greek yogurt. Then you get home, feel pressed for time and order a pizza. Before you know it, the perishables are going bad at the back of the fridge. Theyll wind up in the trash, like so many other well-intentioned meals that never came to be. Your efforts to eat better have ”opped again. But thats not your only fail. Youve also squandered the natural resources used to produce that food and contributed to environmental degradation for nothing. If youre ready to accept the full guilt of the situation, youre in luck: Researchers have added it all up for you. According to a new report in the journal PLOS One, we Americans wasted just over 25 percent of our food between 2007 and 2014. Although we did a decent job of “nishing up our nuts and seeds (only 12 percent wasted) and potatoes (about 16 percent wasted), we were not as careful with seafood (nearly 35 percent wasted), whole fruit (almost 33 percent wasted) and soups (30 percent wasted). Incredibly, Americans even wasted 23 percent of our bacon, 26 percent of our grain-based desserts (think cookies, cakes and brownies), and 29 percent of our salty snacks. Each year, just short of 4.2 trillion gallons of water were used to produce all this uneaten food. That includes nearly 1.3 trillion gallons of water to grow uneaten fruits and 1 trillion gallons of water to grow uneaten vegetables. In addition, farmers used 1.8 billion pounds of nitrogen fertilizer (which affects marine and terrestrial The food that goes bad in your fridge amounts to trillions of gallons of wasted waterBy KAREN KAPLANLOS ANGELES TIMES PHOTO PROVIDEDAmericans waste about one pound of food per person per day, and they throw away trillions of gallons of water in the process. You see the labels out there „ organic, cage-free, natural „ but what does it all mean? If youre trying to make better shopping choices for the environment by choosing greenerŽ or ethically made products, youre going to be bombarded by dozens of labels purporting to measure up to a certain standard, and probably charging more money for the goods. But dont be fooled. Be an informed consumer by taking a few minutes to familiarize yourself with a few common terms and certi“cations, so you can avoid being greenwashed.Ž Look for the USDA Organic label. The U.S. Department of Agriculture certi“es what food and “ber products meet federal regulations to be called organic and can carry the circular USDA OrganicŽ label. This certi“cation means they were grown and processed according to federal guidelines addressing, among many factors, soil quality, animal-raising practices and use of additives. Farmers cant apply synthetic pesticides or herbicides or use genetically modi“ed seeds. No other ecoŽ label out there has federal regulations behind it, said Connie Karr, certi“cation director at Oregon Tilth, a USDAaccredited certi“cation organization that inspects farms to ensure regulatory compliance. If you see terms like natural, cage-free or pasture-raised on a product without the USDA organic label, there are no strict guidelines. Those are claims that a company can make, but theres no federal regulation to them. (They) could mean a hundred different things to a hundred different people,Ž Karr said. Only 100 percent certi“ed organic products get to display the USDA seal. If a packaged product says it is made with organic ingredients, that means at least 70 percent of those ingredients are organically produced and the rest are made without prohibited practices. These wont have the USDA seal, but they must identify the USDAaccredited certi“er.How to be smarter about buying organicBy DEBBIE CARLSONCHICAGO TRIBUNE PHOTO PROVIDEDOrganic certication is an expensive and long process for farmers, and those costs are passed on to consumers. WATER | 6 ORGANIC | 2

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Page 26 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 Publisher Glen Nickerson Feeling Fit EditorMarie Merchant feelingfit@sun-herald. com 941-206-1135 Medical Advertising Executives:Bibi R. Gafoor 941-258-9528 bgafoor@sun-herald.com Jim Commiskey 941-258-9526 jcommiskey@sun-herald. com Fort Myers Daniel Dykes ddykes@sun-herald.com 941-205-6409 Deadlines Support group listings are published as space permits. To have your group included, send the information to feelingfit@ sun-herald.com. News briefs and announcements must be received by noon on Monday to be included in Sundays edition of Feeling Fit. News briefs are published as space permits. Contact feelingfit@sun-herald. com or call 941-206-1135.Feeling Fitprovides transitional housing to homeless veterans in Punta Gorda. Campbell, 51, who suffers from posttraumatic stress disorder, was among “ve Veterans Village residents who were entertained by the clubs. The Explorer also featured a live-aboard cat, Suki, a 23-year-old ragdoll. I think its great what theyre doing, giving back to the community and recognizing the veterans,Ž Campbell said before boarding the Explorer. The Explorer cast off with no particular place to go and plenty of time to get there. Iraneta, of Nokomis, was on board alone because her husband, Marshall, had opted for a “shing boat. Ortiz was eager to see dolphins. Campbell, who said he has his own boat, was just happy to be on the water. The Breiningers spend four months living on the Explorer at Burnt Store Marina and the rest of the year at their place in South Carolina. Al Breininger himself is a Navy veteran. I just want to give back,Ž he said. He took the Explorer, which he has had for 13 years, into the glasssmooth harbor. As the boat wandered the water, he tracked down other vessels involved in the WAVE program to greet them. His three guests took up residence on the top deck for the best view. After a while, the voyage evolved into a dolphin search. They werent cooperating. Im going to get it up to 8 knots because thats the speed they seem to like when they swim in the wake,Ž he said. The strategy did not pay immediate dividends. Finally, Barbara called out, Theres one off the port bow.Ž Al called up to his passengers. Other dolphins were sighted some ways off. And then, there he was, a swimmer in the wake, getting his photos taken by an excited Ortiz. As the boat returned to the marina, two more dolphins appeared in shallow water and looked up at the passengers. This is my serenity, said Campbell. This is my peace.ŽBOATFROM PAGE 1 PHOTO PROVIDEDThe Explorer hails a sailboat carrying veterans as part of the WAVE program. Lewis Goldstein, vice president of brand at Organic Valley, a farmer-owned cooperative, said theres been some confusion about organicŽ and nonGMOŽ labels. Organic is always non-GMO, he said. Products raised conventionally can say they have non-GMO ingredients, but there are no federal certifications or inspections required for non-GMO goods. Organic certification is an expensive and long process for farmers, and those costs are passed on to consumers, which is why organic commands a premium price. Its also why many third-party labels popped up in recent years „ trying to get on the trend while bypassing federal regulations. When looking at these third-party labels that dont include USDA certification, consumers should research what the certifications mean, said Ioannis Kareklas, assistant professor of marketing at the University at Albany, who co-edited the 2017 book Deciphering Organic FoodsŽ and works with farmers. As we get more labels, you have to follow the trail and figure out whos providing the certifications, what are their motivations and their financial incentive. In some cases, they might be just as trustworthy, and in other cases, they might not be,Ž he said. Whats in your egg. Labels like cage-free are targeted at meat, dairy and eggs. Those terms may conjure up images of small Norman Rockwell-esque farms, but again, Goldstein and Karr say that only organic products have specific guidelines about animal welfare and access to outside. Nonorganic cage-free only means the hens arent confined in cages, but they could live in a crowded room with tens of thousands of birds. Nonorganic pasture-raised means birds have access to the outside, but they may not go, and that pastureŽ could be a screened-in porch with a concrete floor. Karr and Goldstein said the organic industry pushed for more definitive animal welfare standards that might have cleared up confusion on terms like pasture-raised, which even under the current organic rules arent well-defined. However, regulations passed under the Obama administration to go into effect this quarter will not be implemented by the Trump administration, they said. For people who want to start buying some organic foods, Karr and Goldstein recommended the Environmental Working Groups Shoppers Guide to Pesticides in Produce and its Dirty Dozen list, which points out which produce is best to buy organically, due to high levels of synthetic pesticides in conventional food. Strawberries, spinach and nectarines top the list. Textiles too. Organic certification also covers natural fibers like cotton and wool, but definitions can get blurry once fibers become textiles, said Marci Zaroff, founder and chief executive officer of MetaWear, an organic textiles manufacturer who is on the board of directors of the Organic Trade Association. The USDA organic seal governs fiber used in products like cotton swabs. For textiles like apparel, bedsheets and mattresses, look for the Global Organic Textile Standard seal, a private industry standard that the USDA adopted as a complement to the organic label, she said. GOTS is a standard that has been adopted all over the world as the platinum standard for a certified finished organic textile,Ž Zaroff said. To carry the GOTS seal, the item must be certified organic from the agricultural fiber to the finished product „ through the entire supply chain. That includes avoiding toxic pesticides and processing chemicals and ensures fair working conditions. Theres no cleaner, greener textile products than a GOTS-certified product,Ž she said.ORGANICFROM PAGE 1 FEELING FIT 2 Several herbal remedies have been studied as a treatment for anxiety, but more research is needed to understand the risks and benefits. Heres what we know „ and dont know: € Kava. Kava appeared to be a promising treatment for anxiety, but reports of serious liver damage „ even with shortterm use „ caused the Food and Drug Administration to issue warnings about the use of dietary supplements containing kava. While these initial reports of liver toxicity have been questioned, use extra caution and involve your doctor in the decision if youre considering using products containing kava. € Passion flower. A few small clinical trials suggest that passion flower might help with anxiety. In many commercial products, passion flower is combined with other herbs, making it difficult to distinguish the unique qualities of each herb. Passion flower is generally considered safe when taken as directed, but some studies found it can cause drowsiness, dizziness and confusion. € Valerian. In some studies, people who used valerian reported less anxiety and stress. In other studies, people reported no benefit. Valerian is generally considered safe at recommended doses, but since long-term safety trials are lacking, dont take it for more than a few weeks at a time, unless your doctor approves. It can cause some side effects such as headaches, dizziness and drowsiness. € Chamomile. Limited data shows that short-term use of chamomile is generally considered safe and can be effective in reducing symptoms of anxiety. But chamomile can increase the risk of bleeding when used with blood-thinning drugs. Use of chamomile can cause allergic reactions in some people who are sensitive to the family of plants that includes chamomile. Other members of this family are ragweed, marigolds, daisies and chrysanthemums. € Lavender. Some evidence suggests that oral lavender or aromatherapy with lavender can reduce anxiety; however, evidence is preliminary and limited. Oral lavender can cause constipation and headaches. It can also increase appetite, increase the sedative effect of other medications and supplements, and cause low blood pressure. € Lemon balm. Preliminary research shows lemon balm can reduce some symptoms of anxiety, such as nervousness and excitability. Lemon balm is generally well-tolerated and considered safe for short-term use, but can cause nausea and abdominal pain. Herbal supplements arent monitored by the FDA the same way medications are. Despite enhanced quality control regulations in place since 2010, the quality of some supplements may still be an issue. Remember, natural doesnt always mean safe. If youre considering taking any herbal supplement as a treatment for anxiety, talk to your doctor first, especially if you take other medications. The interaction of some herbal supplements and certain medications can cause serious side effects. Some herbal supplements taken for anxiety can cause you to feel sleepy, so they may not be safe to take when driving or doing dangerous tasks. Your doctor can help you understand possible risks and benefits if you choose to try an herbal supplement. If your anxiety is interfering with daily activities, talk with your doctor. Moreserious forms of anxiety generally need medical treatment or psychological counseling (psychotherapy) for s ymptoms to improve.Herbal treatment for anxietyFROM MAYO CLINIC NEWS NETWORK PHOTO PROVIDEDHerbal remedies have been studied as a treatment for anxiety, though more research is needed. Wece Dr. Rojas to Punta Gorda! Ramses Rojas, M.D. Family Medicine Now accepting Ne patients Call today to schedule an appointment!941-347-4592315 E Olympia Avenue | Suite 112 | Punta Gorda, FL 33950www. MillenniumPhysician .com adno=50534312

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The Sun /Sunday, April 29, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 27 MEDICAL2030 CNAs, HHAs and CaregiversFind New Clients by Advertising Your Services in the Senior Directory Every Wednesday in The Sun Newspapers. This Feature Publishes in Charlotte, Sarasota, and Desoto Counties. Market Yourself Reach 150,000 Readers! Call 941-429-3110 for more information Douglas T. Jacobson State Veterans Home5 Star Deficiency Free Facility is looking for you! We want caring healthcare professionals to be part of our team. FULL TIME or PART TIMENURSES … CNAs …FOOD SUPPORT WORKERS941-613-0919Online: www.peoplefirst.myflorida.com ENGLEWOOD PHYSICIAN Looking for P/T Office Help.Experience in an Office Setting Preferred. Email Resume to: gafc2400@gmail.com or Fax 941-474-8597 FT VETERINARIAN A SS I S T/ RECEPTIONIST MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE IN A VETS OFFICE CALL DR. MYERS. 941-6259900 MON FRI 8AM-5PM SOLARIS HEALTHCAREis now HiringNURSE 3-11PM CNAs 3-11PM Weekend SupervisorSign on BONUS!! 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Like New, Hardly Used, Exc Con $3 500 941-625-9695 NEWS & NOTESBayfront Health Medical Group welcomes OB/GYN and opens new office locationBayfront Health Medical Group welcomes the addition of Hernn Fuentes, M.D., boardcerti“ed obstetrician and gynecologist. He is seeing patients in a new of“ce location at 1012 N. Mills Ave., Arcadia. Dr. Fuentes specializes in prenatal care, labor and delivery, high-risk pregnancies, and comprehensive gynecological care for women of all ages. He offers laparoscopic, minimally invasive, traditional, and robotic-assisted surgical options „ as well as conservative non-surgical options „ for the treatment of pelvic pain, endometriosis, pelvic prolapse, incontinence, hysterectomy, and more. Dr. Fuentes is ”uent in English and Spanish. We are delighted to welcome Dr. Fuentes to our medical staff and Bayfront Health Medical Group. With his arrival, we are able to open an additional location in Arcadia so that the residents of Desoto County now have local, convenient access to the specialty services of obstetrics and gynecology,Ž says Tim Cerullo, Market CEO of Bayfront Health Port Charlotte and Punta Gorda. In addition to the new of“ce location in Arcadia, Bayfront Health Medical Group will soon add an OB/GYN specialty of“ce in Port Charlotte and open a new location in North Port. Currently, Dr. Fuentes is joined by Drs. Jennifer DAbarno and Ruben Guzman at 3067 Tamiami Trial, Unit 1, Port Charlotte and 15061 Tamiami Trail, North Port. Dr. Fuentes is accepting new patients. To schedule an appointment, call 863-494-2663. For more information, visit www. BayfrontHealthMed Group.com.Certificate of AchievementLee Health is proud to announce that HealthPark Care & Rehabilitation Center received a Certi“cate of Achievement from the American Health Care Association (AHCA) and the National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL) in recognition of their achievement in the 2017 Quality Initiative Recognition Program. The Quality Initiative Recognition Program recognizes skilled nursing facilities that attain four or more of the following AHCA Quality Initiative goals: € Decrease turnover rates among nursing staff € Reduce the number of unintended health care outcomes € Safely reduce the number of hospital readmissions € Improve discharge back to the community € Safely reduce the off-label use of antipsychotics € Safely reduce hospitalizations € Adopt consumer satisfaction questionnaire system In addition to the AHCA Certi“cate of Achievement, HealthPark Care & Rehabilitation Center has again received an overall “ve-star rating from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). The star ratings are updated monthly, and HealthPark Care & Rehabilitation Center has earned the overall “ve-star rating for 17 of the last 18 quarters. Also in 2018, for the “rst time, the Center received “ve-stars in all four categories, including health inspections, staf“ng, quality measures and overall quality. A 112-bed, skilled nursing facility, HealthPark Care & Rehabilitation Center combines leadingedge treatment with the care and compassion patients need to reach their maximum potential. The staff focuses on rehabilitation with the goal of enabling those in their care to return home or to their prior living arrangement. HealthPark Care & Rehabilitation Center offers all the services of a skilled nursing facility, including a full range of rehabilitative and sub-acute services. Being located adjacent to Lee Healths HealthPark Medical Center ensures the best emergency medical care 24 hours a day.Childbirth Education classesSarasota Memorial Hospital offers comprehensive childbirth education classes at its North Port Health Care Center facility located at 2345 Bobcat Village Center Road, 2nd Floor Conference Room in North Port. Classes available: Prepared Childbirth; Baby Care Basics; Infant CPR and Breastfeeding Basic. For more information, or to register, visit babies.smh.com or email child-birth@smh.com.Bayfront Health Port Charlotte / Punta Gorda bolunteers neededDo you love helping others, serving and giving back to people in need? Make a difference in the lives of patients, families and visitors and become a volunteer at Bayfront Health Port Charlotte / Punta Gorda. We are recruiting volunteers for many different positions, including: care ambassadors, couriers, front desk information, nursing support, clerical volunteers, departure services, emergency room volunteers, and golf cart drivers. If you have four hours per week to share with others, please call 941-637-2570 for more information.Bayfront Health Medical Group welcomes psychiatristBayfront Health Medical Group welcomes the addition of Pamela Fadness, M.D., boardcerti“ed psychiatrist. She is currently seeing patients at Bayfront Health Punta Gorda Medical Of“ce Plaza, 713 E. Marion Ave., Suite 121, Punta Gorda. Dr. Fadness received her medical degree from State University of New York Upstate Medical University, followed by an internship at Queens University and residency at University of Vermont …„Fletcher Allen Heath Care. She is specially trained and experienced to help people who are struggling with depression, anxiety, addictions and other mental health concerns like eating disorders, ADHD and more. Patients 18 years and older are welcome to come experience the bene“ts of therapeutic services, medication management and in-house counseling. In addition to seeing patients in the of“ce, Dr. Fadness joins Majd Alsamman, M.D., treating patients in the voluntary and non-residential Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) at 713 E. Marion Ave., Ste. 123, Punta Gorda, and in the inpatient setting at Riverside Behavioral Center at 733 E. Olympia Ave., Punta Gorda. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Fadness and Bayfront Health Medical Group, call 941-833-1750. For more information, visit www. BayfrontHealth MedGroup.com.Chronic Disease workshopLee Healths Lee Health Solutions, in partnership with many local community agencies and supported in part initially by a grant from the Southwest Florida Community Foundation, is offering Its All About YouŽ „ a research based Chronic Disease Self-Management program developed by Dr. Kate Lorig of Stanford University. The program is designed for people 18 years of age or older with chronic health conditions to help them learn ways to better manage their chronic conditions and the symptoms that often accompany chronic health conditions. The workshop is 2.5 hours once a week for six weeks and it is free. The workshop will be offered on: Wednesdays beginning May 2 from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Lee Health Solutions of“ce located at 12550 New Brittany Blvd., Fort Myers. For more information or to register, call 239-343-9264.Pre-Diabetes Prevention programHave you been told that you have Prediabetes? Would you like to learn about a variety of tools that have been proven to prevent or delay the onset of Type 2 Diabetes? Lee Health is pleased to announce a free program designed to help you make modest lifestyle changes and cut your risk of Type 2 Diabetes by more than half. This yearlong program with weekly meetings for the “rst six months, then once or twice a month for the second six months, is part of the National Diabetes Prevention Program, led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Information presented in the workshop can help you become empowered to prevent Type 2 Diabetes. Learn about the bene“ts of physical activity; manage symptoms of stress, make smarter decisions related to healthy eating, and tips to stay motivated. Participants will receive a participant guide to use as an ongoing reference tool once the classes are completed. Our next program will be held on Wednesdays, beginning May 2 from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. at The Sanctuary in Fort Myers. Seating is limited and registration is required. For more information, call 239-424-3127.Art by the disABLEdArt by the disABLEdŽ „ will be on display from Wednesday, May 2 through Friday, June 1 in the Big Arts Phillips Art Gallery located at 900 Dunlop Road, Sanibel. As part of this show, an artists reception will be held at the in the Big Arts Phillips Art Gallery on Friday, May 4 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Art by the disABLEd is a program for individuals with disabilities who are looking for showcase and exhibition opportunities for their creative works. Each of Lee Healths hospitals maintains a gallery to display their artwork and the health system arranges an annual juried art show and assists disabled artists in participating in local art shows like the one in May at BIG ARTS. Arts in Healthcare is led by the program coordinator with the support of more than 75 volunteers, and the Art by the disABLEd program is funded by donations. If you would like more information about the Lee Healths Arts in Healthcare or the Art by the disABLEd program, 239-343-2633 or email to art@leehealth.org.Medical Marijuana Dispensary meet and greetVisit with dispensary reps who will discuss product line-ups and new items as well as answer any questions you may have. This free event will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 7: 30 p.m. on Thursday, May 3, at 3841 Tamiami Trail, Unit B, Port Charlotte. For more information, call 941-888-3232.Suicide prevention movie to be shownTo help draw attention to this issue, CBHC is hosting a special screening of the new inspirational documentary Suicide the Ripple Effect,Ž which will be followed by an engaging discussion on the topic with a panel of experts. This event is scheduled for Saturday, May 12 at 3 p.m. at Regal Town Center Stadium 16, located in the Port Charlotte Town Center Mall, 1441 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte. The “lm chronicles the story of Kevin Hines, who at age 19 attempted to take his life by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge. Amazingly, he survived. Since then, Kevin has been on a mission „ using his story to help others “nd recovery and stay alive. The “lm also features some of the worlds leading suicide prevention experts and shines light on people who are using personal experiences with suicide to help others “nd the hope they need to stay alive. Research has shown that for every one death by suicide, over 115 people are directly affected and impacted. The estimated “nancial cost of suicide is over 51 billion dollars annually. Tickets are $12.50 each (includes a $2.50 processing fee from the Stadium) and can be reserved at https://gathr.us/screening/reserve/22401. They can also be purchased on CHBCs website at www.cbhc”.org/events. Limited seating is available.Sacred Ceremonial GatheringThe Yoga Sanctuary, 112 Sullivan St., Punta Gorda, will host a sacred ceremonial gathering from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on May 14. Members of communities have been gathering for sacred and healing ceremonial rituals since ancient times. Led by Lisa and Gwen, this May we will gather on the New Moon to honor the important beginning of the months lunation cycle. Those who wish to accelerate the cleansing and release of that which no longer serves then, the asking for help or guidance, or the cherishing of gifts that have been given, will bene“t from attending and participating in this ceremony. Cost is $18. Open to all. No experience necessary. For more information, call 941-505-9642.Sustainable Weight Loss and Improved Mental ClarityChrisanna HarringtonWright, Registered Dietitian and Licensed Mental Health Counselor, will host a bring your own brown bag lunch lecture from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, May 16, at 252 West Marion Ave., Punta Gorda (in the Chamber of Commerce Conference Room). This is a free lecture for anyone who is struggling with weight loss, Yo-Yo Dieting, Diabetes Type 2, even people who have had gastric surgery and are still struggling with their weight. Learn the secret to sustainable weight loss and also learn how your weight can lead to inflammation and dementia and how to prevent this disease process. For more information or to register, call 941-787-3525. Chronic Pain SelfManagement Workshop Would you like to learn how to better manage chronic pain conditions such as arthritis, “bromyalgia, back pain, headaches and more? Lee Health is pleased to announce a free six-week workshop, entitled Chronic Pain Self-ManagementŽ … a research-based program developed by Stanford University. Information presented in the workshop can help you become empowered to improve your quality of life. Learn how to more easily manage your medications; understand the bene“ts of exercise; manage symptoms of stress, pain and fatigue; and make smarter decisions related to health eating. Participants will also receive a copy of the book Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Pain.Ž The session will be held on Fridays beginning May 25 from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at The Sanctuary, 8960 Colonial Center Drive, Fort Myers. Seating is limited and registration is required. For more information, call 239-343-9264.Cancer Support MinistryFirst United Methodist Church offers a scripturally based cancer support ministry to anyone affected by this life altering diagnosis. Whether you are new diagnosis or have been battling for a long time, the cancer ministry provides a place where people who understand the treatment journey are available to help, listen and support patients, as well as survivors, caregivers and family members. The Cancer Support Ministry meets the “rst Wednesday of every month at 6:30 p.m. in room 9 at 507 W. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda. All adult cancer survivors and their caregivers are welcome to attend, regardless of cancer type, church af“liation or faith base. For more information, contact Mitzi Kohrman, kohrman1562@ comcast.net.FEELING FIT 3

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Page 28 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 For 9 years, Noah and Harrison Holsinger are a part of the Bicycle Poker Run in Englewood organized by their grandmother Denise Lanes in Englewood. Funds raised go toward Juvenile Diabetes research. The twins both have type 1 diabetes but it doesnt stop them from living as normal a life as possible. This years sponsors include Market Wise Advertising & Design, Englewood Beach Yacht Club, Parasia Mexican Grill and Bar, Mookeys Bar & Grille, Prime Time Steak & Spirits, The New Faull Inn, Ricaltinis Bar and Grille, Ivys On Dearborn, the Friends at Grand Preserve and Premier Tees and the Placida Pearl Bar & Night Club. Community supports juvenile diabetes FEELING FIT PHOTOS BY ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICHDenise Lanes, who organizes the event in honor of her twin grandsons who have diabetes, proudly stands with her family during the event which sends bike riders to restaurants throughout Englewood all while raising money for the Juvenile Diabetes Researc h Foundation. PHOTO COURTESY OF NITA COLESue Hoekstra, left, won $100, presented to her by event coordinator Denise Lanes. PHOTO COURTESY OF NITA COLESupporters of Denise Lanes and her family rode bikes through Englewood during the ninth annual bicycle poker run to raise money and awareness for the JDRF Diabetes Foundation. PHOTO COURTESY OF NITA COLEParticipant Kevin McPherson won $230, and donated $220 of it to JDRF.Media Release: Italian Night Fundraiser The Homeless Coalition held its 3rd Annual  Italian Night Fundraiser  on Thursday, April 19th at the 24Twenty One Event Center in Port Charlotte. We would like to take the opportunity to thank our sponsors for supporting the evenings chance auction item prizes: Illusions Salon, Fabulous Finds Re-Sale Store, Southern Cross Shutters, The 24Twenty One Event Center, Sams Club, The Culligan Lady, Josephs Deli and Jets Pizza. The night was “lled with a variety of delicious Italian entrees which were donated by: Culvers of Port Charlotte, La Fiorentina, Scottys Brewhouse, Sonnys BBQ, Carmelos Italian Ristorante, Hungry Howies of Punta Gorda, Royal Palm Retirement Center Kitchen, Rossinni Trattoria, Luigis Pizzeria, Visanis Dinner and Comedy Club, Penny and Marty Rietvald from Instant Air Conditioning, Colesseo Pizzeria and dessert provided by Zoet Sweet Boutique. Thanks to all who attended and supported The Homeless Coalition Programs and Services. For more information on how you can get involved or join our email list please contact Darcy Woods at 941-627-4314, xt.134.Italian Night FundraiserCHARLOTTE COUNTY HOME-LESS COALITION said, because they are still maturing, both physically and mentally. Teens are prone to impulsivity during their adolescence,Ž she said. When that is coupled with alcohol or drug abuse, there are so many potentially poor choices and resulting consequences.Ž Salazar has the research to support her conclusions. She cited the Journal of Adolescent Health in noting that drinking lowers inhibitions and increases the chances that youth will engage in risky behaviors or do something that they will regret when they are sober. Young people who use alcohol are more likely to be sexually active at earlier ages, to have sexual intercourse more often, and to have unprotected sex,Ž the journal states. Studies conducted among teens have identi“ed an association between substance abuse and sexual risk behaviors such as having sex, having multiple sex partners, not using a condom, and pregnancy before the age of 15.Ž Salazar said. Researchers have found that as the frequency of substance use increases, the likelihood of sex and the number of sex partners also increases, Salazar noted. In addition, studies show that sexual risk behaviors increase in teens who use alcohol and are highest among students who use marijuana, cocaine, prescription drugs (such as sedatives, opioids, and stimulants), and other illicit drugs. Drug and alcohol abuse may encourage behaviors that put teens at risk for HIV, STDs and unwanted pregnancy. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services assembled decades of scienti“c understanding to determine that the dangers of underage drinking have increased substantially. Underage drinking is associated with various negative consequences for youth and can affect and endanger their lives and the lives of those around them,Ž the department concluded. It has been shown that teens who drink alcohol are more likely to use drugs,Ž Salazar said. Frequent binge drinkers (nearly one million high school students nationwide) are more likely to engage in risky behaviors, including using other drugs such as marijuana and cocaine.Ž Other consequences of alcohol and drug abuse among teens, Salazar noted, include bad grades, poor school performance and dropping out of school. Such teens may be involved in violent crimes and property crimes, which can lead to injury or death. Young people who drink are more likely to have health issues such as depression and anxiety disorders, thoughts of suicide, and even suicide attempts,Ž she said. Drug Free Punta Gorda, along with Drug Free Charlotte County and other sisterŽ coalitions, is engaging in efforts to develop strategies to combat substance use and sexual risk behaviors among teens, including: Ongoing drug prevention programs at middle and high school level that promote social and emotional competence. Development of teen alcohol and drug resistance skills. Parent engagement and awareness. Parents and caring adults, active in the lives of teens, prove to be the best drug prevention strategy available,Ž said Salazar. Dif“culties experienced by young people who persistently abuse substances may include driving-related issues, academic setbacks, health-related problems (including mental health), poor peer and family relationships, involvement with the juvenile justice system, and isolation, depression and suicidal thoughts and attempts, notes the Drug Free Punta Gorda website. There are also consequences for family members, the community, and the entire society. Drinking impairs ones perceptual and motor skills, and this impairment clearly increases the risk of a car crash if one drives after drinking, a risk that is much higher for young drivers,Ž Drug Free Punta Gorda says. In addition, evidence supports a clear correlation between early drinking and problematic adult drinking and other longterm problems. The earlier young people start drinking, the more likely they are to have problems in their adult lives,Ž the agency says. Additional information is available at the Drug Free Punta Gorda website, www. drugfreepg.com, and the Drug Free Charlotte County website, www. drugfreecharlottecounty. org. Chrissie Salazar may be reached at 941-9797471 or via email at drugfreepuntagorda@ gmail.com. Comments and suggestions are always welcome. Call Dan Mearns at 941-893-9692 or email danmearns@ gmail.com.MEARNSFROM PAGE 1 FEELING FIT 4 PLEASE GIVE BLOOD HELP SAVE LIVES STOP Living with Hip or Knee Pain!MAKO Robotic SurgeryCall for a consultation with Dr. Ronald Constine941.629.6262 or 941.639.6699www.AdvancedOrthopedicCenter.comOrthopedic Consultants for the Tampa Bay Rays and Team Physicians for the Charlotte Stone Crabs!Center For JointsHelping our community get back to life since 1980!Ronald M. Constine, M.D.Board Certi“ ed Orthopedic Surgeon 2003-2017 adno=50533065

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The Sun /Sunday, April 29, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 29 Saturday, April 28, 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. „ What Do You Have To Lose? Bayfront Health Port Charlotte Bariatric Services Suite, 2500 Harbor Blvd., Port Charlotte. If youre considering weight loss surgery, the best place to start is with the right information. Thats why we offer free weight loss seminars as an opportunity to talk with the experts. Seminars are interactive and include members of our weight loss team. You are invited to bring a family member, friend, or other support person with you. Free. Register at www.BayfrontCharlotteWeightLoss.com or call 941-766-4564 to schedule a free consultation. Tuesday, May 1, 9 to 10 a.m. „ Cardiac Diet Nutrition Class. Bayfront Health Wellness & Rehab Center, 733 E. Olympia Ave., Punta Gorda. Learn heart-healthy, low fat and low sodium food options. Free. Call 941-637-2450 to register. Wednesday, May 2, 1 to 2 p.m. „ B.E. F.A.S.T. to Spot a Stroke. Bayfront Health Punta Gorda Medical Of“ce Plaza, 4th Floor Conf. Room, 713 E. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda. Seconds count when it comes to surviving a stroke. Learn how to recognize signs and symptoms. Free. Register at www.BayfrontHealthEvents. com. Thursday, May 3, 9:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. „ National Day of Prayer Ceremony, Bayfront Health Punta Gorda, Flag Pole, 809 E. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda, National Day of Prayer was established in public law by a joint resolution of Congress signed by President Truman in 1952, then amended to designate the day under the 100th Congress and President Reagan in 1988. It states that The President shall issue each year a proclamation designating the “rst Thursday in May as a National Day of Prayer on which the people of the United States may turn to God in prayer and meditation at churches, in groups and as individuals.Ž Join Bayfront Health Chaplains, staff as well as Charlotte County “rst responders for a National Day of Prayer event and ceremony. Free. Thursday, May 3, 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. „ What Do You Have To Lose? Bayfront Health Port Charlotte, Conference Center, 2500 Harbor Blvd., Port Charlotte If youre considering weight loss surgery, the best place to start is with the right information. Thats why we offer free weight loss seminars as an opportunity to talk with the experts. Seminars are interactive and include members of our weight loss team. You are invited to bring a family member, friend, or other support person with you. Free. Register at www.BayfrontCharlotteWeightLoss.com or call 941-766-4564 to schedule a free consultation. Tune into 1580AM and listen to the Bayfront Health segment on the Golden Hippo show: Thursday, May 3, 8 a.m. Stroke Signs and Symptoms Thursday, May 3, 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. „ Bariatric Weight Loss Support Group Bayfront Health Port Charlotte, Conference Center, 2500 Harbor Blvd., Port Charlotte. We encourage you and your family to gain support not only from our bariatric experts, but also from others going through similar experiences. Free. Register at www.BayfrontHealthEvents. com. Tuesday, May 8, 10 to 11 a.m. „ Pulmonary Diet Nutrition Class. Bayfront Health Wellness & Rehab Center, 733 E. Olympia Ave., Punta Gorda. Learn how eating habits can affect your breathing. Free. Call 941-637-2450 to register. Tuesday, May 8, 2 to 3 p.m. „ Lung Cancer Support Group. Bayfront Health Punta Gorda Medical Of“ce Plaza, 4th Floor Conf. Room, 713 E. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda. Find out what support and assistance is available to you and your family, and how others are coping. No registration required. For details, call 941-637-9575. Tuesday, May 8, 15-minute Time Slots Available 4 to 5:30 p.m. „ Personalized Balance Assessment. Bayfront Health Port Charlotte, Center for Balance Disorders, 2500 Harbor Blvd., Port Charlotte. Anyone can lose the ability to balance. Receive an individualized assessment and learn ways to improve balance. Free. Limited time slots available. Call 941-766-4903 to register. Tuesday, May 8, 15 and 22, 6 to 8:30 p.m. „ Childbirth and Newborn 3-Class Course. Bayfront Health Port Charlotte, Conference Center, 2500 Harbor Blvd., Port Charlotte. In this course, you will leave with a better understanding of labor and delivery, the birthing process, anatomy and physiology, birth basics, comfort techniques, hospital procedures and medical interventions. Ask how you can take this course for Free. Register at www.BayfrontHealthEvents.com. BAYFRONT NEWS & NOTESAccording to the American Gastroenterological Association, more than 60 million Americans are estimated to experience heartburn at least once a month and a staggering 15 million suffer daily. Heartburn is the most common symptom of GERD, or gastroesophageal re”ux disease. For some, the occasional heartburn can be managed, but when your symptoms are frequent and bad enough to impact your sense of well-being, you may need to try something else. Since the age of 40, I tried every over-thecounter and prescription medication out there,Ž says Punta Gorda resident Virginia, who goes by Ginger. They worked, but didnt handle the problem. I wanted something to take care of it. I wanted a long-term eraser.Ž Every person may not feel GERD in the same way. For Ginger, she experienced pain daily behind the chest that would move up toward her neck, pain that became worse when she bent over or was lying down. As a result, she regularly had a sore throat and pain when swallowing. If I forgot to take my meds in the morning, by noon I couldnt eat or drink anything. The heartburn would become just that bad.Ž When Ginger went to meet with general surgeon Maria Castilla, M.D., for her annual colonoscopy, Ginger mentioned the severity of her GERD symptoms and how it was affecting her life. Dr. Castilla opted to run a few tests before discussing next steps. I “rst wanted to refer Ginger to a gastroenterologist to rule out the possibility of any other health issues,Ž said Castilla. There are certain symptoms that mimic GERD symptoms, but may point to complications or life-threatening problems. With Ginger, testing revealed that her esophageal sphincter, a band of muscles at the bottom of her esophagus, wasnt working properly. When you swallow, the sphincter relaxes so food can pass through to the stomach. When not in use, the sphincter contracts to keep food and acid from ”owing back up. Gingers wasnt contracting so anything she ate and drank would ultimately ”ow back up causing severe heartburn and related symptoms.Ž Since Gingers GERD symptoms were so severe and could not be eased with medicine or lifestyle change, Dr. Castilla recommended a nissen fundoplication using robotic-assisted techniques. The surgery was performed at Bayfront Health Port Charlotte in November of 2017. During this procedure, Dr. Castilla wrapped the upper curve of Gingers stomach, referred to as the fundus, around her esophagus and stitched it into place. This would ultimately aide in strengthening the valve between her esophagus and stomach to prevent acid and food from rising into her esophagus as easily. Today, Ginger says her body is still adapting to the change. My gastro system works differently now. I think I honestly had GERD symptoms all my life. Now my body is adjusting. There are still certain foods I cannot eat, like bread in large quantities. But thats a good thing! It has taught me how not to overeat. Overall, its been positive. I only wish I had the procedure done sooner. I recommend to anyone that wants to maintain their life without taking medications the rest of their life.Ž If your GERD symptoms are severe and interfering with your lifestyle, your physician may suggest surgery. Speak to your doctor to see if nissen surgery may be right for you. To “nd a physician, visit www. BayfrontCharlotte.com/ “nd-a-doc.Robotic-assisted surgery for GERD „ Nissen Fundoplication „ being performed at Bayfront Health Port CharlotteBy BEVIN HOLZSCHUHBAYFRONT HEALTH PORT CHARLOTTE AND PUNTA GORDA IF YOU GOThursday, May 10, 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. „ Brew with a View: Coffee Talk with Dr. Castilla. Speaker: Maria Castilla, M.D., General Surgeon. Bayfront Health Punta Gorda Medical Office Plaza, 4th Floor Conf. Room, 713 E. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda. Bring your questions and join Dr. Castilla for an open discussion on the signs, symptoms and management of a variety of ailments and diseases. She will touch on a selection of topics including an overview of heartburn and GERD. Free. Register at www.BayfrontHealthEvents.com.The guest speakers talk turned into conversation. Psychologist Randy Cisne was speaking to the networking group Senior Outreach Sources when something she said opened a door and in walked a question. And then another, and another. Pretty soon, the Punta Gorda therapist was at the center of an informative and highly entertaining discussion. But thats kind of what Senior Outreach Sources does „ open doors. Its a group of professionals in the “eld of senior health care who use networking to connect with those coming into the “eld in this area and with individual seniors. We want to become a referral source to both seniors and people in our “eld,Ž said Amie Conti, marketing director of A Better Solution in Punta Gorda. Maybe theres a senior in the community who needs information on transportation. We will be able to say that we have a member of this group to whom we can refer you „ and theres no charge to these people.Ž The group meets from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month at the Charlotte Harbor Yacht Club, 4400 Lister St. in Port Charlotte. There are no dues. Its primary purpose is to bring newcomers into the network of professionals, but it also can serve as a referral service to seniors who have a need and dont know how to fill it. Basically, its a group of companies that service various needs in the senior community „ from home health care to skilled nursing to adult day care to assisted living to hospice,Ž said Kris Chana, owner of Chelsea Place, an adult day care in Port Charlotte. These are all different services that seniors, at some point, might have a need for. Every day, we come across people asking for help. They dont have a place to start. This group allows us to develop relationships so we can give them a place to start. If they have a need for mom or dad or a spouse and they dont know where to turn, any one of us in this group would be a good starting point.Ž The group was formed about three years ago by Conti Chana; Cassy Monnier, community liaison for Port Charlotte Rehabilitation; and Deborah Burton of Tidewell Hospice. Its a small-knit group,Ž Monnier said. We spend a lot of time networking so that you can meet people and build referral networks. We focus on the new people. We give them the opportunity to meet all us.Ž Melissa Guido is one of the newcomers. She and her husband, Joe, started a special-needs transportation company, AllyRides, in November. It was her third SOS luncheon. Im here to network,Ž she said. Its actually worked really well. This is a great group of people.Ž Chana nodded. That was exactly the point. Its a service we kind of had a need for,Ž he said of AllyRides. She was able to come here and build relationships with us so that we can use her as a resource.Ž The group is looking to expand its reach. Amie Conti at 941-525-7928, Cassy Monnier at 941-4560730, or Conti Chana at 941-883-6600.Opening doors in the senior communityBy RUSTY PRAYFEELING FIT CORRESPONDENT IF YOU GOWhat: Senior Outreach Sources When: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., second Tuesday of each month Where: Charlotte Harbor Yacht Club, 4400 Lister St., Punta Gorda Cost: $15 for lunch Dues: None Features: Networking, guest speaker More information: call Conti at 941-525-7928, Monnier at 941-456-0730, or Chana at 941-883-6600 Yoga for InsomniaThe Yoga Sanctuary, 112 Sullivan St, Punta Gorda will host yoga for insomnia from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 29. Cost is $35 per person. This workshop will give you simple and effective yoga remedies that you can easily use at home to improve your sleep and feel better in your day. No prior yoga experience necessary. For more information, visit www.theyogasanctuary.biz or call 941-505-9642.Community Yoga classThe Yoga Sanctuary, 112 Sullivan St, Punta Gorda, will host a community yoga class to benefit Charlotte Local Educaional Foundation aZnd Take Stock in Children from 6 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. on Tuesday, May 1. Every donation made through the Giving Challenge between noon May 1 and noon May 2 will be matched, thereby doubling your donation. CLEF is the lead agency for Take Stock in Children, a statewide mentoring and college advocacy program. Following this short talk, you will then be led through an all levels yoga class. Note: minimum credit card donation is $25. Donations can be made at www. givingpartnerchallenge.org. Computers will be available at the event to make your donation. Cash donations will also be accepted at the event. All the proceeds fund Take Stock in Children college scholarships. For more information, visit www.theyogasanctuary.biz or call 941-505-9642.Yoga with Essential OilsThe Yoga Sanctuary, 112 Sullivan St, Punta Gorda, will host yoga with essential oils from 1 p.m. to 3: 30 p.m. on Sunday, May 6. Explore the refreshing, relaxing, and restorative effects of yoga practiced with essential oils. Each participant will receive a sample oil to take home and experiment with on your own. This workshop is open to everyone. Cost is $45. For more information, visit www.theyogasanctuary.biz or call 941-505-9642.Free YogaEnglewood Beach: Daily at 8:30 a.m.; and Wednesday at 6 p.m. 941-473-0135. Free Yoga at Manasota Beach: Monday-Saturday at 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. Free Yoga at Venice Beach Pavilion: Daily at 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. and Monday-Thursday at 7 p.m. Free Yoga at North Jetty, Nokomis Beach Yoga: 9 a.m. MondayFriday and Wednesday at 7 p.m. If you would like your yoga event added to our events, email feeling“t@sun-herald. com. YOGA FEELING FITLung Cancer Support GroupThe group meets on the fourth ”oor of the Medical Of“ce Building on the Bayfront Health Campus, 713 E. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda, at 2 p.m. There is no cost and no preregistration required. Speaker schedule: € May 8: Denise Leazenby-Respiratory Therapist; € June 12: Open forum; For more information, call Irene 941-637-9575 or email icgarg@embarqmail. com. 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Page 30 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 Inversion therapy is a relatively young term that is used to represent a much older concept. Inversion exercises such as the headstand, and the inversion concept itself, have always been an integral part of the system of yoga; a system that is quite ancient. One of his companions was Onesicritus who claimed that the Indian yogins practiced aloofness and different postures „ standing or sitting or lying naked and motionlessŽ. (Extracted from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia). The spread of yoga from India to America began as far back as 1893 and continues today. A vast number of yoga schools and training centers have been established. A practice that existed for years (especially during the 1940s to 1960), but was not very public or widespread, was the use of yogis to provide private yoga counseling and training to the rich and famous. Many famous actors, actresses and others depended on these teachers to help them manage their daily stress and to stay healthy and young looking. In addition to the meditation, proper breathing and healthy eating that were important components of the training offered to these celebrities, they also received training in the use of the asanas (postures or positions) basic to the system of yoga. A posture that was always emphasized during these types of training is the headstand (Sirshasana). It was commonly believed (back then) that the headstand possessed the ability to enhance ones beauty and to keep one looking much younger than his/ her real age. The headstand and its many variations (including the vast number of inversion machines available to the public) offer a number of bene“ts. A rationale for many of these bene“ts is simply this: blood ”ow to the uppermost region of the body is hampered by gravity and also by ones level of activity. If you stand motionless for a few hours, the possibility exists that you will faint. This will, most likely, be caused by a decrease in the amount of blood reaching your brain. For those familiar with basic “rst aid, the procedure used to revive a person who has fainted is to simply raise his/ her legs. The assumption here is that such an action will help to revive the individual by increasing blood ”ow to the brain. The goal of inversion training is to secure therapeutic bene“ts through the use of machines and physical positions that causes the body to be in an inverted or semi-inverted position. When the body is placed in such a position, the ”ow of blood to its uppermost region is made easier. Blood that is oxygen and nutrient rich will now reach the brain, eyes, hair and other parts more easily. It is no coincidence that the most obvious signs of aging are displayed above the shoulders: greying hair, teeth loss, poor vision, hearing problems, etc. These are areas that are subjected to decreased blood ”ow due to the descending pull of gravity and low levels of physical activity. Inversion training is a proven way to help ensure good health and avoid premature aging. It also offers additional bene“ts. Listed below are some of them: € relieves stress € helps with depression € stimulates healthy hair € helps to strengthen the upper body € strengthens the core muscles € removes toxins from the body by stimulating the lymphatic system € improves digestion € helps improve breathing Although inversion training uses a number of naturalŽ body positions, a number of machines are also made use of. Although these machines will help to increase blood ”ow to those neglected areas mentioned above, they are mainly used to facilitate decompression of the spine. This form of therapy is used to relieve pressure that is being placed on the spine. Securing the bene“ts of inversion training is no easy matter. The natural positions and machines that are used, can be quite dif“cult (even dangerous). In addition, not everyone can make use of this type of training. A person suffering from a weak or injured neck, high blood pressure, certain eye diseases, heart disease or who are pregnant should get permission from their doctor before attempting inversion training. For additional information on Inversion Training, visit the Cultural Center of Charlotte Countys Fitness Center at 2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte. You may also call 941625-4175, ext. 263.Stay healthy and younger looking with inversion trainingBy GREGORY WHYTETHE CULTURAL CENTER OF CHARLOTTE COUNTYS FITNESS CENTER PHOTO PROVIDEDGregory Whyte assumes a modied headstand position.ecosystems), 1.5 billion pounds of phosphorus fertilizer (which can feed algal blooms that are dangerous to “sh) and 2.3 billion pounds of potassium-containing potash fertilizer annually to grow these wasted crops. They also applied nearly 780 million pounds of pesticide to protect food that never passed our lips. Not interested in taking responsibility for the entire country? The study authors also broke things down on a per-capita basis. On an average day, an average American wasted a little less than a pound of food (422 grams, to be exact). That represented a dietary loss of more than 800 calories per person per day. Fruits and vegetables accounted for 39 percent of that waste (measured by weight), and dairy items contributed an additional 17 percent. At the other end of the spectrum, egg dishes made up less than 1 percent of the waste, as did the combined category of table oils and salad dressings. The research team, led by Zach Conrad of the U.S. Department of Agricultures Grand Forks Human Nutrition Research Center in North Dakota, put all this together by linking information in a variety of government databases. For instance, they gleaned information about Americans diets from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, which is conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. To “nd the ingredients in those diets, they used the Environmental Protection Agencys Food Commodity Intake Database. Surveys conducted by the USDA provided information about agricultural resources such as water and pesticides, and the departments Economic Research Service provided data to calculate food waste. The results revealed substantial variance in the quality of Americans diets. On a scale of 0 to 100, those in the bottom 20 percent scored an average of 32, while those in the top 20 percent scored an average of 82. (Nationwide, the average was 58.) One trend was unmistakable: The higher the diet quality, the more food was wasted. Americans in the bottom 20 percent wasted an average of 295 grams of food per day, while those in the top 20 percent wasted an average of 535 grams of food per day. The more healthful your diet, the more water and pesticides you wasted as well, the researchers reported. Past studies have focused on the environmental bene“ts of producing (and ultimately consuming) fewer animal-based foods and shifting instead to foods that come from plants. But the new “ndings show that its not that simple. Improving diet quality and reducing environmental impact are efforts that should be pursued concurrently,Ž Conrad and his colleagues wrote. Consumers should increase their consumption of fruits and vegetables and simultaneously waste less of them.Ž The study authors acknowledged that this was easier said than done. One way to reduce food waste is to buy fewer perishable goods and choose canned or packaged foods that have a longer shelf life. But these items often contain more sodium, saturated fat and added sugar. Still, the situation is not hopeless. Americans would waste less food if they knew more about how to tell when fruits and vegetables are ripe, how to store and prepare them, and how to tell the difference between bruises/abrasions and spoilage,Ž the researchers wrote. Bringing some clarity to the sell byŽ, use byŽ and best beforeŽ dates that are printed on packages could also stop consumers from tossing perfectly good items into the garbage, they added. In the longer term, engineers are developing sensors that can alert people when food has actually spoiled, reducing the risk that they will wind up sick. It is important to ensure that efforts to reduce food waste at the consumer level do not undermine legitimate food safety concerns,Ž the study authors wrote. Spoiled food is a health risk.ŽWATERFROM PAGE 1 FEELING FIT 6Alzheimers Caregiver Support GroupThe Alzheimers Caregiver Support Group meets from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. the second Tuesday every month at The Springs at South Biscayne, 6235 Hoffman St., North Port. Call 941-426-8349 to register.Alcoholics AnonymousCall 941-426-7723 for information on meetings in the Arcadia, Venice, Port Charlotte, North Port and Englewood areas, including dates times and places.Ostomy support meetingsThe Charlotte County Ostomy Support Group meets at 2 p.m. on the second Tuesday of the month in Port Charlotte. For more information and assistance, contact Jerry Downs at 941-629-7568 or Gloria Patmore at 941-627-9077. SUPPORT GROUPS Accepting New Primary Care Patients MEDICAL PAVILION CLINICServing the Community since 1984€ Physical Exams € Womens Health € Minor Surgical Procedures € ECHOs € IV Therapy € X-Rays € Stress Test € Hospital Coverage € Weight Loss € Diabetes € Hypertension € Impotence € Allergies € Arthritis € Workers Compensation € Physical TherapyWe Accept Medicare Assignments Local PPO & PHO & HMOMONDAY FRIDAY 8am 7pm | SATURDAY 9am 3pmDAVID S. 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From the moment you enter the room for a job interview, the hiring manager is assessing one thing: Are you the best person for the job? And at some point during the interview, you can expect to be asked straight up, Why should we hire you?Ž Obviously, you cant respond, Because I need a job.Ž Granted, its a loaded question, says Los Angeles executive coach Libby Gill, but you need to ace it.Ž Basically, your answer needs to demonstrate that you are the solution to the employers problem (a vacancy on their team), and no other candidate could possibly do the job better than you. So why should they choose you over anybody else? Take these steps to prepare a well-crafted response.Focus on the employers needs (not yours)Though the question seems like the focus is on you and your wants, its really not. Your personal career goals are certainly important, but this question is an opportunity to explain how youll bring value to the company. To prepare, research everything you can about the business agenda„ read its website, social media, quarterly reports, company pro“les on Monster, press releases, and recent news stories about the company. What are their goals? Where do they see themselves headed in the future? How can your talents help get them there? (This company wants to be an industry leader in xyz. My background has given me valuable experience in that realm, and I have a lot of ideas as to how we can make that happen together.Ž)Reflect on the jobYou can also learn a lot from a job posting, says Priscilla Claman, president of Career Stratgies Incorporated. Most job descriptions outline not only the job responsibilities and quali“cations, but also what core skills are required to be successful in the position. Tim Cole, owner at career coaching “rm The Compass Alliance, says the best strategy is to target three to four skills and explain how youve demonstrated them in the past. (I know that business acumen is one of the crucial skills for this position. Let me give you a few examples of how Ive applied this skill in my career thus far.Ž) Where possible, weave in language from the job posting, says Gill. You can use some of the companys buzzwords without sounding overly rehearsed,Ž she advises. Address cultural “t About eight in 10 employers said they measure for cultural “t when hiring job candidates, one survey by international development “rm Cubiks found. Read: Part of your answer should indicate why youll be a good match for the companys environment. (This isnt a traditional company, which is wonderful because I dont consider myself a traditional worker. Like you, I thrive on innovation.Ž)Avoid clichsUsing trite words or phrases to articulate your value is one of the biggest mistakes job candidates make, says Claman. Indeed, youre not going blow hiring managers away with your originality by using lines theyve heard over and over again. Dont just sit there and say, Hire me because Im a hard worker, or Im self-motivated,Ž Claman says. Rather than telling an interviewer youre a self-starter, back it up with an anecdote that shows how youve collaborated well with co-workers in the past. (Im a team player. I know youve probably heard that before, so let me give you an example.Ž)Dont hold backTo impress a hiring manager, you have to show con“dence, says Julie Jansen, career coach and author of You Want Me to Work With Who? Employers like to see that you know what your strengths are and that you know you bring value,Ž Jansen says. Look at past performance reviews to see what managers praised you for and talk to former co-workers about your contributions „ then highlight those skills or achievements. And, lead with a power statement: If you want someone who can walk in and start managing a project without a lot of direction, or someone who already has a black belt in this sector, then Im the person you should hire.Ž Feeling fearless? Jansen recommends this unconventional response: If you want someone who will maintain status quo, then Im not the person you should hire.Ž Why should we hire you? What to say in your interviewBy DANIEL BORTZMONSTER CONTRIBUTOR adno=719609 Mission Driven... Results Oriented 180 Bed Rehab Facility Solaris HealthCare Charlotte Harbor is a trusted, compassionate provider of rehabilitation and extended care. We have maintained a consistent history of high performance standards. Our expert staff, state of the art facilities and upscale environment makes Solaris HealthCare Charlotte Harbor the premier choice for rehab in Southwest Florida. Apply online @ solarishealthcare.vikus.net NEW!! Sign-On Bonus of $1,500 adno=719610

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Page 32 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 Many a nights sleep has been lost worrying about an upcoming job interview. Questions like Will I make a good impression?Ž or Am I quali“ed for the job?Ž can make for a restless nights sleep on the eve before a job interview. Writing a resume is another aspect of the job hunt that can stoke your nerves. Men and women may pour over job timelines and skill summaries for hours in an effort to ensure they have included the right mix of information to get noticed. Though resume writing has changed considerably over the years, some conventional wisdom about resumes still prevails, and how closely potential applicants adhere to these rules goes a long way toward determining if they earn a chance at an interview. € Me, myself and I: While the resume should showcase your professional accomplishments, it also should showcase how your skills relate to the job youre applying for. This way the company understands you have researched the position and are in tune with what theyre looking for in an applicant. € One document for all responses: A resume is not a static document. It needs to change depending on the job youre applying to. Although there will be certain information that can remain the same, update the skills and other information based on each position. € One page is best: Applicants were long told to keep their resumes concise, limiting the document to just one page. However, if your experience is extensive or one page cannot contain a long job history, dont be afraid to submit a twopage resume. € Failing to be selective: You need not include your entire job history on a resume, especially if certain past positions you have held are completely irrelevant to the position for which you are applying. Dont be afraid of job gaps, either. Many of todays recruiters understand that the changing economy can make it challenging to maintain steady employment. € Overembellishment: Do not embellish your skills. Always be open and honest on your resume. You may be asked to prove you can perform certain tasks, and if you cannot back up what is included on a resume, you will have wasted your time and the time the interviewer spent discussing his companys opening with you. € Imperfections: A resume is a re”ection of you, so one with typographical errors or a poor layout is never acceptable. Ensure your resume is as professional and error-free as possible. Have a friend or a proofreader look it over before distributing. € Paid positions: Internships or volunteer work are perfectly acceptable to include on a resume, particularly for younger applicants who may not have a wealth of professional experience. Include a mix of information on the resume that will re”ect your versatility. Make sure your resume doesnt cost you a jobMETRO CREATIVE While gender pay gaps may still exist, women can earn high salaries in an array of professions. Much of the talk centered on women in the workforce concerns the disparity between earnings when compared against men in the same positions. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates that the earnings difference between women and men varies with age, with younger women in the country more closely approaching pay equity than older women. Still, Pew Research Center says the female median annual earnings is around 83 percent of what men earn in the United States. The gender pay gap exists to some extent in every country in the world. Statistics Canada points out that women between the ages of 25 and 54 earned 87 cents an hour for every dollar made by men in 2015. Business Insider UK says Iceland, Finland and Norway boast relatively small pay gaps between the genders. Even though a gender wage gap may exist, women can still pursue careers that are known to be well-paying. The following are some of the top-earning positions women (and men) can consider, courtesy of Forbes, Monster.com, and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. € Obstetrician/ Gynecologist: Many women feel more comfortable being examined or discussing female issues with female doctors. This may account for the higher percentage of female OB/GYNs in practice. The job can be very rewarding because it enables one to care for women at various stages in life. The median annual salary for OB/ GYNs is $207,000. € Chief executive: Its a large responsibility overseeing an entire company or division, but thats what chief executives do on a daily basis. Approximate median annual earnings are $97,552. € Pharmacist: Pharmacists manage the distribution of medications, but they also consult patients on medication use and administer some immunizations. Some pharmacists work in drug or grocery stores, while others are employed in clinical settings. The median annual salary for pharmacists is $95,628. € Optometrist: Responsible for the examination and care of their patients eyes, optometrists also determine prescriptions for glasses and contacts. Optometrists earn a median annual salary of $102,000. € Attorney: Lawyers are consumers advocate and help explain the often confusing nuances of the law. Attorneys may specialize in different areas, such as corporate law or family law. Attorney salaries vary depending on the specialty lawyers choose, but law can be a very lucrative “eld. € Computer and Information System Manager: These workers are also known as Information Technology (IT) Managers. They coordinate and implement company-wide IT efforts, including networking, database development and troubleshooting. IT managers earn median annual salaries of $87,400. Women aim for high-paying professions to close wage gapMETRO CREATIVE Back in the day, companies used to offer basic bene“ts packages „ you know, medical, dental, prescription programs and 401(k) matching. Now? Theres a whole lot more on the table, ranging from the practical (paid sick leave) to the practically unbelievable (in-house massage services). According to the 20th anniversary edition of SHRMs yearly Employee Bene“ts research report, there are close to 350 offerings being touted by various companies. Paid foster child leave? You bet. Coverage for health care services provided by video? Yep, that too. Get this: 20 years ago, the organization surveyed HR professionals on approximately 60 perks; 10 years ago, it surveyed them on 219; and now the number increased again to 350. As companies introduce new kinds of bene“ts to attract talent, you need a strategy to evaluate which of their offerings work best for you. Remember: All that glitters is not gold. While some bene“ts are initially attractive, you need to ask yourself which ones are worth getting excited about because theyre the ones youll really use. Before you start interviewing, create a list of your top “ve priorities and rank them in order of importance. For most people, employer-sponsored health insurance is a biggie, since its typically cheaper than what youd get through Obamacare, and can be very valuable to help you cover the catastrophic costs if you get sick. Generous retirement bene“ts are also valuable „ the average 401(k) company match is 3.2 percent, according to the most recent annual survey conducted by the Plan Sponsor Council of America, so keep that in mind when looking around „ and a traditional pension is a rare delight. Someday youll need and want to retire, and an employer helping you save can be very valuable in making that a reality. Beyond the standard health bene“ts, perhaps you want the option to telecommute. Is additional paid time off preferable to a more generous pension? Does free lunch every day sound pretty appealing? This way, when you start interviewing and a hiring manager attempts to dazzle you with their companys bells and whistles, you can clearly determine which bene“ts align with your needs versus the ones that sound great but you will probably never utilize. For example, one of the most recent bene“ts to make the SHRM list was egg freezing for non-medical reasons. As generous a bene“t as it seems, egg freezing might not matter to you at all. What if you dont plan on having any (or any more) children? However, something like a vacation stipend or the option to telecommute three days a week? Well, those may be more relevant and could factor in to your decision as to whether or not accept their job offer. Also, if applicable, think about why youre leaving your current job in the “rst place. If youre primarily looking for career growth and a signi“cant salary increase, how bene“cial are some of these glossy bene“ts anyway? On a practical level, you might want to see if the company offers an employee assistance program (EAP), as it can be a great resource. Millions of workers struggle with challenges such as mental illness, substance abuse, stress. Recognizing this, many companies have EAPs that are designed to help organizations address productivity issues by assisting employees with identifying and resolving personal concerns. EAPs allow individual workers and their family members to con“dentially access professional counselors for a variety of issues related to mental health (such as depression, Which employee benefits are actually worth getting excited about?By VICKI SALEMI MONSTER CAREER EXPERTBENEFITS | 11 JOBS 2 adno=719611

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The Sun /Sunday, April 29, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 33 JOBS 3 adno=719612 We are seeking talented individuals who share this purpose and want to excel in their “eld of expertise. If you are customer-minded, love to learn and improve, and value collaboration and professional growth, JELD-WEN is the place for you. PRODUCTION ASSOCIATEStarting hourly wage $13.82 Must have a High School Diploma or GED, Higher Education a plus, Good Work History, and Attention to detail. M-F 8am to 3pm 355 Center Court Venice, FL 34285EOE/Drug-Free Workplace adno=719613 Must have own tools and valid insurable Florida Drivers license, clean for prior three years.APPLY IN PERSON: 9:00am-3:00pm April 30 thru May 4th at McHugh-Porter Builders, Inc. 370 East Railroad Ave, Boca Grande or Email resume to mpb33@comcast.netEmployees park at our shop in Englewood and ride to Boca Grande in company trucks. Competitive wages, paid holidays, 401(k). DFWPCARPENTERS For custom high end residential builder on Boca Grande (tolls paid). NEEDED a dno=719614JOB FAIR!Wednesday, May 2nd, 4-6:30 p.m. Shannon Staub Library € 4675 Career Lane € North PortNOW HIRING: € Administrative Specialists € Bus Operators € Environmental Specialists € Fire Marshal € Inspectors € Landscape Workers € Lifeguard, Beaches (seasonal) € Project Managers Public Works € Skilled Tradesworkers Lift Station & Utilities € Summer Camp Counselors € ... And More! To view current job list visit scgov.net Tobacco Free Hiring Policy AA/EEO/ADA Veterans Preference adno=719615adno=SP48896 Find Your Passion adno=SP48861 adno=719611

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Page 34 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 JOBS 4Find A Job OnlineWe use the Internet to binge watch our favorite shows, shop for clothes, order food, and most importantly, “nd jobs. So, as you go about your job search journey, think about what else youve done online today. Maybe you tweeted or shared a link to an interesting article about your industry from, say, this mornings online Wall Street Journal. Then, perhaps you applied to a few job postings, using the same resume for each listing. After that, you declined an email party invitation from a local business group „ because when you can do just about anything from your computer, who needs to network in person anymore, right? If so, Scott Steinberg, author of The Business Etiquette Bible: Modern and High-Tech Rules, Tips, and Training for Working Professionals, says you just committed three big „ and, unfortunately, all too common „ mistakes. We live in a world of 24/7 connectivity,Ž Steinberg says, but somehow the basic rules of business etiquette have failed to keep up and adapt.Ž As an innovation consultant who speaks to dozens of business groups every year, Steinberg says hes constantly asked how to make the most of new technologies, especially social media.Ž In response, hes written a no-nonsense guide to using the Internet to supercharge your career, instead of (inadvertently) messing it up. Monster recently spoke with Steinberg about best practices for conducting an online job search. Q. First, lets talk about the three mistakes above. Why are they wrong? A. One of my pet peeves is people sharing what I call big links,Ž meaning anything that comes from a major blog, site, or publication that everyone in your business checks often and has probably already read. If you must share, at least add something new, like your own wellinformed opinion or analysis of the topic. The second mistake is taking a one-size“ts-all approach to job postings. Instead, pay close attention to the speci“c keywords and phrases in each particular job description, and customize your application and resume for each one. You need to quickly show hiring managers why youre unique, and why you can achieve better results than the countless other candidates competing with you. Shotgunning every hiring manager with the same pitch isnt going to work. And third, weve all become so wrapped up in our electronic devices that its easy to forget that old-school social networking „ getting to know people in person and building relationships faceto-face „ is still key to getting hired. The Internet is a fantastic tool, but it cant replace that. Q. But with almost everybody on LinkedIn these days, can you use it to help with your networking? A. It helps to be a little bit creative and wideranging in choosing possible connections. Dont limit yourself to people in your own “eld. That is, beyond peers, executives, and thought leaders in your line of work who might potentially open doors for you, search for others with interests similar to yours, or expertise in a related area. For example, if youre in advertising or marketing, look for journalists or video makers, since youre all in the storytelling business in various ways. Then, instead of just sending the standard invitation, briefly tell who you are and why youre interested in connecting. Be sure your invitation answers three essential questions the person is likely to have: Who is this person? Why should I accept their invitation? And how is their experience and what they can offer me relevant to my business? Q. What are the best ways to build your personal brandŽ online? A. Employers and recruiters are always trolling the Internet for talent, so you want to stand out as being so damn good they cant overlook you. One way to do that is to create content, such as articles, videos, blogs, or podcasts, to showcase your skills and knowledge and help others solve problems. Whenever you put anything online, think about your audience. Ask yourself, whats in it for them? Another approach that works, if youre not the one creating the content yourself, is to become a go-to resource for insights into the latest industry happenings and trends. Gathering and curating key data, research, and insights „ especially with an eye toward helping others save time, money, or energy „ is a sure way to showcase your personal brand online. Remember, we live in a world thats drowning in messages and marketing. So theres real value in being a kind of digital DJŽ who helps others discern helpful signals from all the noise.Dos and donts of online job searchesThe Internet can be a great tool for job seekers, says The Business Etiquette BibleŽ author Scott Steinberg, but be careful not to make these common mistakes in your online job search.By ANNE FISHER MONSTER CONTRIBUTOR ADOPTAPET€AnimalWelfareLeague ofCharlotteCounty 3519DranceSt.,Charlotte Harbor;call941-625-6720; visitwww.awlshelter.org. €SuncoastHumane Society, 6781SanCasa Drive,Englewood;call 941-474-7884;visit www.humane.org. €HumaneSocietyof SarasotaCounty, 2331 15thSt.,Sarasota;call 941-955-4131;visit www.hssc.org. €EnglewoodAnimal RescueSanctuary, 145W. DearbornSt.,Englewood; call941-681-3877;visit www.EARSAnimalRescue. com. €St.FrancisAnimal RescueofVenice, 1925 SouthTamiamiTrail,Venice; call941-492-6200;visit www.stfrancisarfl.org. €RacingDogRescue Project, Sarasota;call 941-379-3278;visitwww. rdrp-greyhound.org. €SarasotaCountyAnimal Services, 8451BeeRidge Road,Sarasota;call 941-861-9500;visitwww. sarasotasheriff.org/animals. €True&FaithfulPet RescueMission, 1505 TamiamiTrailS.Suite405 Venice;call941-234-6531; visitTrueAndFaithfulPet RescueMission.org. €ARC„Animal RescueCoalition, 1408 StateSt.,Sarasota;call 941-957-1955;visitwww. animalrescuecoalition.org. Some career advice is applicable throughout your working life, but other advice is only good for certain times in your career. The best career advice for every decade of your life There are some nuggets of career advice that can be carved in stone and hold true for all eternity. But, sometimes the advice has an expiration date. Keep the following in mind as you climb up the ladder, year after year. TeensGo for variety. To “nd a career later that you enjoy, be certain to try out as many different careers as you can,Ž says Carole Stovall, president and CEO of SLSGlobal. Look for summer jobs, after school work, summer programs and internships. Check out these great jobs for high school students. Todd Cherches of BigBlueGumball agrees. Dont be afraid to try or to fail. Thats what these years are meant for. Dont feel that any job is beneath you, because its not. At this stage of your life, everything is a learning experience.Ž20sNow is the time to “nd a job in the “eld where youd like to pursue a career. There are many things to consider, but the most important issues is to consider a job that you actually like, whether it is in your major or not,Ž Stovall says. Its also a good idea to start establishing your individuality. Stop comparing yourself to your friends, especially the ones you went to college with,Ž says Christine Sirois, a freelance journalist in her 20s. Once youre in the job market, its not a level playing “eld and comparing yourself to your friends is a recipe for feeling inadequate and unhappy. Instead, set goals and work at your own pace to achieve them.Ž30sAt this point, youre hitting your stride, but you should remain ”exible in case something new and interesting comes up, Cherches says. You want to be working at what you are good at and what you like to do, and setting yourself up for success, while still allowing for opportunities to take risks and to grow.Ž Being assertive can help set yourself up for that success, says Jill Ivey, senior associate at WIT Strategy. Be clear about what youre looking to get out of your position. If its not a good “t, look at other options. Dont stay in a job that you hate, or that isnt ful“lling, or where theres no room for advancement because youre afraid of change.Ž Alisha Karabinus, lecturer in rhetoric and composition at Purdue University, says your 30s are the time to ask for things and make a clear case for why you should get what you want. Are you valuable? Are you essential? Stop grousing and make a case for a raise or a bonus. Be ready with a clear case and quantifiable deliverables if applicable.Ž40sThis is the time you should establish yourself as an expert, says Peter Engler of Engler Career Group. Develop a career and a resume that few can duplicate so that you stand out from the crowd. Build your network and “nd a good mentor who can provide sage advice.Ž Cori Tyler works in law enforcement and uses his expertise to run his own business, Last Line Defense Training. His career advice for those in their 40s: Know the difference between a job and a career, and decide what priority it truly has in your life.Ž In addition, dont let your work or career de“ne who you are: Those come to an end, sooner or later.Ž50sDespite your expertise, its important to keep learning at this stage, Cherches says. Technology and the marketplace change so quickly that youll need to make an effort to stay current. Your strength lies in combining your years of experience with your ability and willingness to stay ahead of the curve. You may also be thinking about what you want your leadership legacy to be.Ž Artist Ann Klefstad says to look beyond regular jobs. What has worked for me is to take the skills I have and work like the devil to create opportunities to use them, freelancing or consulting.Ž She recommends increasing the amount of your involvement with things you have af“nity for and actively work to meet people involved with them.60s and beyondAt this age, you can market yourself as a sage, but stay humble enough to learn from those younger than you, Cherches says. You want to be a mentor, and yet be willing to be mentored. With that combination of attributes, you will have much to contribute and be much in demand.ŽThe best career advice for every decade of your lifeBy CATHERINE CONLANMONSTER CONTRIBUTOR Orderphotosfromthe SunVisit yoursun.net ,chooseanedition,suchas Charlotte,NorthPortorEnglewood;lookforthe PublishYourPhotosŽboxandclickWeCaptureŽtobe linkedtothepagefororderingphotographs. 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The Sun /Sunday, April 29, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 35 JOBS 5 2000EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT 2005Services 2010Professional 2015Banking 2020Clerical 2025Computer 2030Medical 2035Musical 2040 Restaurant/Hotel2050SkilledTrades 2060Management 2070Sales 2090Child/Adult Care Needed 2100General 2110Part-time/ Temp 2115Home Based Business 2120Seeking Employment 2005 SERVICES WANT A BETTER JOB, GETAPROFESSIONALRESUMESARASOTA/CHARLCO. 941-214-5257 2010 PROFESSIONAL DIRECTOR OF ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT WITHCAMLICENSEFORA297 UNIT MULTI-CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATIONINBOCAGRANDE. SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATEMUSTHAVEA MINIMUMOFFIVEYEARS EXPERIENCEOVERSEEING DAY-TO-DAYOPERATIONS OFALARGEMULTI-UNIT COMMUNITY, INCLUDING BUTNOTLIMITEDTOSTAFF SUPERVISION, BUDGET PREPARATION, UNDERSTANDING ANDREVIEWOFFINANCIAL STATEMENTSANDBANK ACCOUNTRECONCILIATIONS,ANDWORKINGCLOSELYWITHASSOCIATIONBOARDS. WEOFFERCOMPETITIVE BENEFITS, HEALTH INSURANCE, 401K, PROFESSIONALGROWTHAND AGREATWORK ENVIRONMENT. DFWP, EOEEMAILRESUMETODONNA@BOCAGRANDECLUB.COM IMAGINE SCHOOL AT NORTH PORT GOVERNING BOARD VACANCY Interested individuals can learn more about the Governing Boards role by visiting the Imagine Schools Academic Excellence Framework Governing Boards pagehttp://visitimagineschools.com and Click on Vision Framework e-mail, mail, or deliver with a copy of your resume to: Aleischa Coover, Principal 1000 Innovation Avenue North Port, Florida 34289 aleischa.coover@ imagineschools.org Please note: All applications are subject to public disclosure pursuant to Floridas Sunshine Laws. Wood v. Marston, 442 So. 2d 934 (Fla. 1983) EFFECTIVE MONDAY, APRIL 30, 2018 You Can Find Classified Ads On Our Website sun-classifieds.com 7 Days a Week & in Print WednesdaySunday in the Charlotte Sun, North Port Sun and Englewood Sun as Well as Wednesday & Saturday in the Venice Gondolier We No longer Will Have a Classified Section on Monday or Tuesday in Print. IMPORTANT CHANGE PLEASE READ MANICURIST & FACIAL SPECIALIST needed in Englewood Area. Must have Florida License. Call 941-421-8090 2011JOB FAIRS Wednesday May 2nd 4PM-6:30PMShannon Staub Library 4675 Career Lane North Port. NOW HIRING:Administrative Specialists Bus Operators Environmental Specialists Fire Marshal Inspectors Landscape Workers Lifeguard, Beaches (seasonal) Project Managers Public Works Skilled Tradesworkers Liftstation & Utilities Summer Camp Counselors ...And MORE! To View Current Job List:www.scgov.net Tobacco Free Hiring Policy AA/EEO/ADA -Veterans Preference 2020 CLERICAL/OFFICE THE SUN NEWSPAPERis looking for a full time Circulation Team member. Responsibilties include: Newspapers in Education Support Storefront Contractor Assistance Weekly Reports, Billing, Draw Changes Marketing, Direct Mail Support Work with Spreadsheets and Reports Must have excellent Customer Service skills, be proficient in Word and Excel and be able to work in a team environment. To fill out an Applic ation Apply in person Mon.-Fri. 9-5 The Charlotte Sun Newspaper 23170 Harborview Road Charlotte Harbor, FL Please, No Phone Calls We are a drug and nicotine free workplace Pre-employment drug and nicotine testing required 2030 MEDICAL CNAs, HHAs and CaregiversFind New Clients by Advertising Your Services in the Senior Directory Every Wednesday in The Sun Newspapers. This Feature Publishes in Charlotte, Sarasota, and Desoto Counties. Market Yourself Reach 150,000 Readers! Call 941-429-3110 for more information Douglas T. Jacobson State Veterans Home5 Star Deficiency Free Facility is looking for you! We want caring healthcare professionals to be part of our team. FULL TIME or PART TIMENURSES … CNAs …FOOD SUPPORT WORKERS941-613-0919Online: www.peoplefirst.myflorida.com ENGLEWOOD PHYSICIAN Looking for P/T Office Help.Experience in an Office Setting Preferred. Email Resume to: gafc2400@gmail.com or Fax 941-474-8597 FT VETERINARIAN ASSIST/ RECEPTIONIST MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE IN A VETS OFFICE CALL DR. MYERS. 941-6259900 MON FRI 8AM-5PM SOLARIS HEALTHCAREis now HiringNURSE 3-11PM CNAs 3-11PM Weekend SupervisorSign on BONUS!! Apply: solarishealthcare.vikus.net 2030 MEDICAL www.HorizonTechInstitute.ComADVANCE YOUR CAREERŽ Licensed & Accredited School Murdock Town Center on 411032 Tamiami Tr Unit 3YOUcan become a LPN within 11 months. Enrollment ongoing.Start Working In 2-5 wks! Classes Start Each Month Call For Class Dates Nursing Assistant (120hrs) Home Health Aide (75hrs) Phlebotomy Tech (165hrs) EKG Tech (165hrs) Patient Care Tech (600hrs) Job Assist. & Pymt. Plans Call Now to Register! 941-889-7506 PHLEBOTOMY,EKG, Classes Start 04/30LPNwkds 04/30 CNA04/30 Med. Asst. 04/30 2040 RESTAURANT/ HOTEL PREP COOK, DISHWASHER, & EXP. LINE COOK NEEDED. T OLLS P AID SOUTHBEACHBAR& GRILLBOCAGRANDE941-964-0765 WANTEDEXPD, TEAM MEMBERS HOSTS, SERVERS & BARTENDERS For Busy Waterfront Restaurant Apply in Person: White Elephant Pub 1855 Gulf Blvd. Englewood 2050 SKILLED TRADES ALUMINIUM INSTALLERS A ND HELPERS for Large Charlotte County Company. Please call (941)-627-9244 CARPENTERS for custom high end residential builder on Boca Grande (tolls paid). Must have own tools and valid insurable Florida Drivers license clean for prior three years. APPLY IN PERSON 9:00am-3:00pm April 30 May 4th at 370 East Railroad Ave, Boca Grande or Email resume to mpb33@comcast.net Employees park at our shop in Englewood and ride to Boca Grande in company trucks. Competitive wages, paid holidays, 401(k). DFWP IN S TALLER/HELPER NEEDED for installation/manuf acturing of Hurricane Shutters. FL Drivers lic. required. Exp. helpful but will train the right person. (941)-485-5878 Venice Local AC Company looking for LEAD INSTALLER, experience required. Call 941-629-6222 PRESS OPERATORSun Coast Press, a rapidly growing daily and commercial printing shop, has the following full time employment opportunity. PRESS OPERATOR Minimum of 5 years experience operating a Goss urbanite or community single width press. Willingness to work day/night shift, weekends & holidays. Must be proficient with back to back color registration, folder/ 1/4 folder operations. Knowledge of autom atic pasters and stacker operations a plus. Must be comfortable working in a fast paced, deadline and quality oriented environment. We offer health insurance, AFLAC, paid holidays, PTO, 401K. We are a drug & nicotine free workplace. Preemployment drug & nicotine screening required. Interested candidates please send your resume to Robin Marotta Production Manager atrmarotta@suncoastpress.com See our Large Display ad on the surrounding pages. TIRE CHANGER $500-$600 PER WEEK w/DL. Call 941-639-5681 TRUCK DRIVERS EQUIPMENT OPERATORS AND LABORERS DFWP Apply: DM Construction 3801 Henry St. Punta Gorda. 2050 SKILLED TRADES Window & Door Manufacturing CompanyAccepting Applications for: PRODUCTION ASSOCIATEStarting hourly wage $13.82 Must have a High School Diploma or GED, Higher Education a plus, Good Work History, and Attention to detail. EOE/Drug-Free WorkplaceApply in person only: M-F 8am to 3pm 355 Center Court Venice, FL 34285 2060 MANAGEMENT Classified Telephone Sales Manager Do you love inside Telephone Sales? Would you like a well-known first-class product with repeat customers to sell to? The market-leading Sun newspaper is looking for a leader who can both sell individually and coach their inside sales team of five people.CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGis an important part of Sun Newspapers success, and due to a retirement of our current manager, the primary leadership position in the classified advertising department of Sun Newspapers is available. This position is a sales management position that includes all major classifications: employment, real estate, automotive, services, and merchandise as well as obituary sales and public notices including legal advertising. This leadership position requires telephone sales management experience, coordination and management of daily operations of telephone sales, budgeting, and forecasting. The position requires superior customer service skills and an understanding of customer needs, as you will deal with local businesses and private party customers regularly. Daily classifieds, obituaries, and public notices are handled through proprietary software that facilitates both a print and online solution, therefore, the best candidate wil l have computer skills including Microsoft Office (Excel) and must understand what available technologies capabilities are and how utilization at the maximum level will help to create revenue success. We offer: Competitive salary plus bonus opportunities Health and dental insurance Paid time off 401(k) Training Stable and secure company with advancement opportunities. We are a drug and nicotine free workplace. Pre-employment drug/ nicotine testing required.Please send your resume to: Sun Newspapers Glen Nickerson Publisher 23170 Harborview Road Port Charlotte, FL 33980 gnickerson@sun-herald.com 2100 GENERAL $250. HIRING BONUS MERRY MAIDS IS HIRING FT & PT HOME CLEANERS! Flexible Hours, No Nights or Weekends, Good Pay, Must Have Valid Drivers Lic. Experience a Plus But Will Train. Call for Details (941)-255-5656 ASTON GARDENSISINNEEDOFTHEFOLLOWING: SERVERS DISHWASHERS HOUSEKEEPING CNA NURSEAPPLY IN PERSON AT:1000 ASTONGARDENSDRIVEVENICE, FL 34292 941-240-1010 2100 GENERAL Are you organized? Do you like people? Are you a problem solver?We are looking for a full-time CUSTOMER SERVICE PROFESSIONAL! Not your "run of the mill" customer service person who can answer the phone but one who makes a difference with every customer they interact with! We are a stable company that is looking to grow and we need your help! We offer benefits: Health Insurance, paid vacation, 401(k), pleasant working conditions, in a company that values it's employees and it's customers. Proficiency in Excel, Word, interpersonal communication required as well as the desire to help our company grow as a member of the team! Position is located in Venice. We are a drug and nicotine free work place. Pre-employment drug and nicotine testing required. Please send res ume to:JOBS.SWFLORIDA@gmail.com AREYOURETIREDANDMISSINGSOMETHINGINYOURLIFE??WEREYOURSUCCESSESINTHEWORLDHANDLEDWITHPRIDE& DETERMINATION? IFTHESETRAITSARESECONDNATURETOYOU, THENWEWOULDLIKETOTALKTOYOU! WEARESEEKINGATEAMOFREPRESENTATIVESTOREPRESENTUSASCIRCULATION SUBSCRIPTION SPECIALISTS**DEPENDABLETRANSPORTATIONISREQUIRED. WERECOGNIZETHATYOUVALUEAFLEXIBLESCHEDULE. IFINTERESTEDCONTACTJIMDEFALLE AT941-786-7676 The Venice Gondolier Sun is now taking applications for carriers in Venice and surrounding areas. Must have dependable vehicle, a valid Florida Drivers License and proof of insurance. Apply in person: 200 E. Venice Ave. Venice, FL 34285 No Phone Calls Please. CARRIERS NEEDED CLEANING SERVICES SEEKS FT employee w/ some experience in residential cleaning. Drug Free & Background Ckheck required. (941)-769-0201 DRIVER Light Warehousing, C lean License Required. Must have Transportation! Drug Free Environment. 30-40 hrs weekly. Call 941-204-2258 DRIVERS,for Local Seafood Company.Good Pay!!! 941-380-9212 EXTERIOR BUILDING CLEANING FT & PT POSITION AVAILABLEBenefits Incl. for FT Position. Duties Incl. Mopping & Cleaning Common Areas of Condo Units on Boca Grande, Tolls Paid. D.F.W.P. Please Contact Jane at 941-964-2211 Ext. 4443 or Email dpm@bocagrandeclub.com GREEN LEAF SOLUTIONS is NOW HIRING LANDSCAPE TECHS & LABORERS. ENGLEWOODAREA.941-468-2493 The North Port Concert band, one of the premier concert bands in South Florida is seeking an Experienced permanent DIRECTOR starting Sept 1st 2018. Send resume to Search Committee 3334 Purple Martin Dr., Unit 126 Punta Gorda, Fl 33950. For more information Call 941-637-1110 Experience working with community bands is a Plus! 2100 GENERAL ENTRY LEVEL POSITION FOR PRINTING WEARECURRENTLYSEEKINGA FULLTIMEENTRYLEVEL MANUFACTURINGPOSITIONINOURVENICEPRINTCENTER. THIS POSITIONINCLUDESTHE OPPORTUNITYTOLEARNTHE PRINTINGPROCESSFROMTHE ENTRYLEVELPOSITIONAND ADVANCEINA PROGRESSIVEENVIRONMENT. INTHISPOSITIONYOUWILL ASSISTINTHECREATIONOF VARIOUSWELLKNOWN NEWSPAPERSANDOTHERRELATED PRODUCTSONOURPRESS. D UTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES REMOVEPRODUCTFROMTHE ENDOFTHEPRINTINGPRESSOR FINISHINGMACHINE. MOVESKIDSOFPRODUCT WITHAHANDJACK COMPLYWITHALLQUALITY,SAFETYANDWORKRULESAND REGULATIONS. WORKHOURSARE4:30 PMTO1:30AMQ UALIFICATIONS EFFECTIVELYCOMMUNICATEWITH OTHERMEMBERSOFTHESTAFF. ASSISTOTHERCREWMEMBERS WITHVARIOUSDUTIESINCLUDING WEBBINGUPOFTHEPRESS AND/ORSPECIALHANDWORKIN ORDERTOMEETCUSTOMER REQUESTS. FOLLOWALLCLEAN-UPAND HOUSEKEEPINGPROCEDURES.THEABILITYTOTAKESTACKS(AVERAGE10-30 LBS) USINGREPETITIVEHAND/WRIST MOVEMENT, OFFOFTHEENDOF AMACHINE(2-4 FEETHIGH) AND STACKPRODUCTONSKIDSFROM FLOORLEVELTO5 FEETHIGH USINGREPETITIVEBENDINGA ND TWISTING. THEABILITYTOREMOVESKIDS(WEIGHINGUPTO2400 LBS) BY USINGAPALLETJACK THEABILITYTOUSEACOMPUTER. ATLEAST18-YEARSOFAGEOR OLDER ABILITYTOWORKWELLINA TEAMENVIRONMENT ABILITYTOFOLLOWINSTRUCTIONS ANDWORKINDEPENDENTLYTHEABILITYTOREADANDWRITE;POSSESSGOODVERBALAND WRITTENCOMPREHENSION. WEAREADRUGANDNICOTINE WORKPLACE. PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUGANDNICOTINETESTING REQUIRED. APPLICATIONSAVAILABLEATTHEVENICEGONDOLIERORVENICEPRINTCENTER. MARKAPPLICATIONSTOTHE ATTENTIONOF: KENMORINGOR E-MAILTO: KMORING@SUNCOASTPRESS.COM IMMEDIATE OPENINGS!We have several immediate openings for Representatives to promote the Sun Newspapers in Retail Stores, high traffic shopping areas, special events, etc. No cold calling. We use a low-key approach with friendly interaction with the public. This is an enjoyable year round position with potential to earn above average income. Positive, work environment. Flexible work schedule. F ulltime/Part-time. Positive work environment. Outgoing, friendly and professional appearance, dependable with reliable transportation and cell phone. Those selected will be given training and taught how to make great money right away. For interview appointment call: 941-268-5731 or 941-883-8590 MAILROOMTHE CHARLOTTE SUN NEWSPAPERPart-time positions available. No Experience necessary. Be able to lift at least 20 lbs., willing to work flexible hours, able to work days or evenings.To fill out an Application Apply in person Mon.-Fri. 9-5 The Charlotte Sun Newspaper 23170 Harborview Road Charlotte Harbor, FL Please, No Phone Calls We are a drug and nicotine free workplace Pre-employment drug and nicotine te sting required 2110 PART TIME/ TEMPORARY "AMBASSADORS" NEEDEDTOSOLICITSUBSCRIPTIONS FORTHEAWARDWINNING LOCALNEWSPAPERS, THESUN, ATSTOREFRONTSINTHEVENICE, NORTHPORTANDENGLEWOODAREAS. CONTACTJIMDEFALLEAT941-786-7676FORMOREINFORMATION.

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Page 36 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 JOBS 6 1000REAL ESTATEWe Are Pledged To The Letter And Spirit of U.S. Policy For The Achievement Of Equal Housing Opportunity Throughout The Nation. We Encourage And Support An Affirmative Advertising And Marketing Program In Which there Are No Barriers To Obtaining Housing Because of Race, Color, Religion, Sec, Handicap, Familial Status Or National Origin.Ž REAL EST A TE 1010 16501010Open House 1015 Real Estate Auctions 1020Homes/General For Sale 1030Waterfront Homes For Sale 1031 Foreclosures For Sale 1035 Golf Course Community For Sale 1040Condos/Villas For Sal e 1060Townhouses For Sale 1070Duplexes For Sale 1075Tri-Plex For Sale 1080Apartments For Sale 1090Mobile Homes For Sal e 1100Interval Ownership 1100 Out of Area Homes For Sale 1115Trade/Exchange 1120Wanted To Buy RENT 1205 Lease Option 1210 Homes 1240Condos/Villas 1280 Townhouses 1300Duplexes 1320Apartments 1330Hotel/Motel 1340Mobile Homes 1345Misc. 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Beautiful Open floor plan, Tile throughtout with extended screened in lanai. $314,900. Debra Villari 609-458-4627 Berkshire Hathaway 2111 COLLINGSWOOD BLVD PORT CHARLOTTE OPEN SAT. & SUN. 1-3 3/2/2 POOLHOMECLOSETO ALLAMENITIES. $259,900. CALL(941)-268-0830 1010 OPEN HOUSE 67 OAKLAND HILLS CT ROTONDA WEST 33947 OPEN BY APPT. One of a kind Rotonda Golf Course Pool Home on 1.5 lots 1983 Built 1744 sq ft with Vaulted ceilings and clerestory windows. Tiled through out awesome views and privacy on this quiet cul-de-sac street. $189,900 FLA GOLF PROPERTIES INC 941-698-4653 68 OAKLAND HILLS CT ROTONDA WEST 33947 OPEN BY APPT.Classic Florida Golf-Course Pool Home 3 Bed 2 Bath 2 Car Garage located along the 3rd fairway of Rotonda Hills Course on a quiet cul-de-sac street. Updated and well maintained. Offered @ $219,500 byFLA GOLF PROPERTIES INC 941-698-4653 742-H AVENIDA ESTANCIA #112 VENICE *T URNKEY* OPEN BY APPT. 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VENICEUNITS REDUCED TO SELL #324 TO$259,900. 2100 SQFT3 BEDROOM21/2 BATHCONDOW/WOOD FLOORINGTHRUOUTTHEUNIT#306 TO153,000 DESIRABLETURNKEYUNITŽW/BALCONYANDEXTRADIN-INGROOMAREA. GREATFORASNOWBIRDOREMPTYNESTER. FEESINCLUDE: WATER, SEWER, BASICCABLE, BLDG.INSURANCE, AND2X A YEARAC MAINTENANCE. GATED55 RETIREMENTCOM-MUNITYWITHELEVATORS ANDSOCIALMEET& GREETS. CLUBMEMBERSHIP, ISOP-TIONALMAKEYOURAPTTO SEETODAY, CALLDEBRAA VILLARIPLLC AT941-207-5057Berkshire Hathaway OPEN MON.-SAT. 11:00AM-4:00PM 195 HARBOR BLVD. PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2 Oversized Garage, Designer Ceiling, Travertine Floors, Solid Wood Cabinetry, Granite, Impact Glass, Spray Foam Insulation. MODEL HOME $240,000 Call Julia 941-258-3739 OPEN SATURDAY 11-2PM 71 Winson AveEnglewood 3/2 Charmer w/ Pool! The Best Old Englewood Has to Offer! $299,900Bart Tracey 941-416-4114 Lasbury-Tracy Realty OPEN SUNDAY 12-3PM 22301 Hallstead Ave Port Charlotte, 33952 $249,500!!! New Construction!! 3 bd 2 bath, 2 car gar, All tile, granite and stainless appliances. Brick paver driveway and walkway. Almost 1700 sq ft of living space Great floor plan. Stop by today! CALL PAT WALKER 941-276-4674 REMAX Anchor Realty OPEN SUNDAY 12PM-2PM 12144 SW EGRETCIRCLE#102 LAKESUZYTURNKEY2 BED/2 BATHCONDO. $139,900. EDNADINOFA570-590-2135 COLDWELLBANKERSUNSTAR PUNTA GORDA SUN. 1-4PM 95 Sabal Drive. Gorgeous canal home boaters dream! 3bedroom 2 bath with large pool. Or Call for private showing Pam Johnston Fine Properties 941-323-8442 1010 OPEN HOUSE Resort Style 55+ Community OPEN HOUSE WED 10-2P 27110 Jones Loop, PG Preview our homes @ www.venturalakes.net 941-575-6220 SOUTHGULFCOVESun. 12-3:30 9518 Spring Circle. 3/2/2 Waterfront Home over 2000 SF Living. $319,900. DIANAHEADLEY@ PARADISEEXCLUSIVEREALESTATE941-662-0142 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE $169,900. New Custom Homes From $169,900. on Your Lot or Ours. Custom 3/2/2, 1600+ sf., Classic Series. Prompt Delivery. Reliance Project Mgm`t Call Today For Plans & Your Tour! CGC#1512533 941-468-8300 SELLING YOUR HOME, CONDO, OR LOT? WE CAN HELP YOU. Advertise your home, condo, or lot with us and reach over 150,000 readers in Charlotte, Sarasota, & DeSoto Counties and online everyday. Ask about our 90 day special. Call one of our classified experts for all the details at 866-463-1638 Realtors Welcome! 4.52 Acres in Punta Gorda w/home, open field, woods Build outbuilding for cars, barn, workshop near town, I-75 $375,000 Ann Keohan 941-441-6867 Premier Sotheby's Realty BURNT STORE MEADOWS PUNTA GORDA $285,000 Built strong in 2004, this lovely, beautifully maintained 3 bd, 2 bath, 2 car gar, pool and spa home is located in a quiet cul de sac. Almost 1900 sq ft, great room plan split bedrooms, nicely landscaped. Can be sold furnished!! DON'T MISS OUT!! Call Pat Walker 941-276-4674 REMAX Anchor Realty Classified=Sales DEEP CREEK 1493 Navigator Road Beautiful NEW Construction Home on Deep Creek golf course. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 3 car garage, 2,000 sq.ft. All Custom Upgrades. $299,900 941-626-7682 LAKE SUZY ESTATES UNDER $250,000 YOUR3/2/2 LAKEFRONTHOME ON2 LOTSWITHDOCKAWAITS!HARDWOODFLOORS, KITCHEN ANDMASTERBATHUPGRADES W/GRANITE, 450 SQFT SCREENEDFLA. ROOM, $246,500. JOHNMITANA, COLDWELLBANKERSUNSTAR941-268-0776 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE I CAN BEATANY COMMISSIONWHENYOULISTYOURHOMEWITHME. JEFFRUNYAN941-979-2843 RE/MAXPALM NORTH PORT3/2/2POOL HOME! 1841 SF, DESIGNERTILE, DEN, GREATROOM, LARGELANAI, CARPETALLOWANCE, CATHEDRALCEILINGS& MORE!! $247,500. RICHARDLUNDGREN, HORIZONREALTYINTERNATIONALOFVENICE. 941-276-0029 NORTH PORT 5206 SAN LUIS TERR. Immaculate 1800 SF 3/2/2 Pool Home on City Water & with Brand NEW Septic and new electrical panel, on lushly landscaped, fenced lot in family oriented neighborhood just 1/2 Mile From US-41. $250,000 PATTYGILLESPIE, REMAXANCHOR941-875-2755 Y Y ouSa ouSa ve ve BigBuc BigBuc k s k s Shopping Shopping Cla ss ified s Cla ss ified s NORTH PORT 7818 Taplin Ave A PACKAGE OF SUPERLATIVES! Great location. Quality construction. Meticulously maintained. Easy living all wrapped up in this gorgeous 1800 SF Windemere 3/2/2 with pool and heated waterfall spa on fully fenced lot and includes 2nd Lot all for $259K Patty Gillespie Remax Anchor 941-875-2755 PORT CHARLOTTE $209,500 Almost NEW, Best Price!! Built in 2015. Villa Milano is a lovely gated, deed restricted community so convenient to all things! The 1874 sq ft 3 bd, 2 bath, 2 car gar home enjoys a huge 10x30 screened lanai. Call Pat Walker 941-276-4674 REMAX Anchor Realty PORT CHARLOTTE 15349 Mille Fiore Blvd., WATER-FRONT with ULTIMATE PRIVACY in NW Port Charlotte's expanding GATED COMMUNITY of Villa Milano, Spectacular custom 1-owner Mediterranean design 2200 SF LIGHT, BRIGHT, open great room comcept with formal dining room, 3-Bedrooms + Den/Office. Low HOA ($98/MO) $340,000 Patty Gillespie Remax Anchor 941-875-2755 PORT CHARLOTTENEW CONTRUCTION JUST COMPLETED! Almost 1700 sq ft, 3 bd, 2 bath 2 car gar. Tiled throughout! Granite counters, stainless appliances, soft close drawers and doors, pavers on driveway and walkways and lanai. Great neighborhood! $249,500 Call Pat Walker 941-276-4674 REMAX Anchor Realty 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE PORT CHARLOTTE24531 Sunrise Dr. Suncoast Lakes, gated, deed restricted community offers this pristine, upgraded, 2051 sq ft home with panoramic lake view, 161 ft on the water! Huge lanai (800 sq ft), 3 bdrms, plus den, 2 baths, 2 car garage. Dont miss this one!! $289,900 Call Pat Walker 941-276-4674 REMAX Anchor Realty PENDING PUNTA GORDA3/2.5/1 + EXTRALOT! NEWIN2016, POOL& CAGE. EVERYTHINGNEW! CABINETS, SS APPL., GRANITE, 90% TILE, REPIPE& LANDSCAPING. GORGEOUSIN-SIDE& OUT! COMMUNITYBOATRAMP. $234,000 941-661-2667 PUNTA GORDA ISLES luxury ground floor Villa, in Tarpon Cove. 3 bdrm 2 bath, 2 car gar. with lovely lake view. Spacious, over 2000+ sq ft open floor plan. Well appointed large kitchen. Lovely lanai, lots of storage. Immaculate. Great Price $325,000 FIRM PATWALKER941-276-4674 REMAX ANCHOR REALTY PENDING VENICE Venetian Falls, 55+ Gated Comm., 1600SF, 2/2/2 with Den, extd lanai & updated Granite kitchen with Stainless Steel. Clean! Buy TurnKey or Unfurnd. Will Wait for Sale of your Home! $285K 419-297-0497 VENICE-BEAUTIFULGATEDSTONEYBROOK, LOADSOFAMENI-TIES! 4/2.5/3 + FAMILYROOM, 3518 TOTALSF, GRANITECOUN-TERTOPS, SS APPLIANCES, 2 LANAIS, TENNIS, HEATEDCOMMU-NITYPOOL, CLUBHOUSE, PICKLE-BALL, FITNESSROOMANDMORE! $359,900.609-238-3869 1030 WATERFRONT HOMES 1778 BAYSHORE DR. $1,299,500.00 GATEDESTATEONLEMONBAY ISLIKETHREEHOUSESINONE! INSPIREDBYBEAURIVAGERESORT. WHATYOUFINDONCE YOUGETHEREWILLMAKEYOU WANTTOSTAY. NANCYHYDE PARSLEY-BALDWINREALTYCELL941.539.9616 GARDENS OF GULF COVE POOL HOME!6220 Coralberry Terr. 33981. 2/2 on Canal, Move in Ready. $164,900. Call Listing Agent Ron DeNichilo Cell 201-390-9544 Keller Williams Realty Gold rwho25@yahoo.com One of the most inexpensive Newest WATERFRONT homes on the market! 2006 POOL HOME 3/2/2 with over 1,700 SqFt of Living Area. Nice Upgrades throughout and goregous expansive water views! Only 1 Mile and 1 bridge to the open waters of the Charlotte Harbor and Gulf of Mexico! Listed at: $329,000Brady McGuire941-204-5840 RE/MAX Palm Realty PORT CHARLOTTE Old Grass y Pointe 3/2/2 Sailboat Home 3263 Sq ft/ 2034 under air, di rect access, s/s kitchen, j acuzzi, all tile, tile & screened lanai, 10,000 lbs lift, Private Sale. $396,000 (239)464-3185

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The Sun /Sunday, April 29, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 37 JOBS 7 1030 WATERFRONT HOMES ROTONDA 3/2/2 Waterfront home with large fenced in yard. Furniture and Appliances included. By Owner $189,900 941-662-6250 WHO YOU GONNA CALL?AMIDSTALLTHENOISE1 COMPANYSINCE1975 941-629-3188 1040 CONDOS/VILLAS FOR SALE COASTAL CAPE HAZE LUXURY CONDO OPEN HOUSE BY APPT. STUNNING2B/2BA W/OVERSIZEDPRIVGARAGE,SUPER-SIZEPRIVSTORAGE ROOM& FULLLAUNDRY. TOTALLYREFURBISHED! ALL NEWSTAINLESSAPPLIANCES,WATERHEATER, ALLNEW TROPICALFURNITURE& ACCESSORIES. TURNKEY READYTOLASTDETAIL. EVERYWHEREYOULOOKISNEW! GATED, POOL, SPA, TENNIS,PICKLEBALL, CLUBHOUSE&LOTSMORE. JUST$169,900. ONLYMINUTESTOBEACH&BAY. CALL941-769-0200 FOR GATECODE/ADDRESS. ASKUS HOWyoucanplaceaPICTUREofyouritem forsale inyour classifiedad! HERITAGE OAK PARK-PC Lakefront 3Br, 2Ba, 2nd Floor. Spacious 1,207SF A/C, Excellent Condition! One Owner! Carport/Elevator-$165,000BARBMCHENRY941-833-1667COLDWELLBANKERSUNSTARREALTY NORTH PORT 5627 Hidden Oak Court. Beautiful Heron Creek Villa, built in 2003 with 2bdrm 2 baths plus den, 1657 sq ft with lovely lanai and 2 car garage, larger lot 13,174 sq ft. Maintenance included in fee and furniture negotiable. $185,000 Pat Walker 941-276-4674 REMAX Anchor Realty PORT CHARLOTTE 24156 Green Heron Drive. Park Place Estates 2/2/2 Villa, New Air Conditioner, Stainless Steel Appliances, Water Heater. Move in Ready!! $189,900 608-780-4702 PORT CHARLOTTE FOR SALE BY OWNER! 2/2 Condo in 55+ Community. No Pets. 100% newly remodeled. New AC, Water Heater, Windows, Kitchen Floors & Doors. Near Cultural Center & Hospitals. Included Covered Carport. Background check required. Owner Financing possible to qualified buyer with 20% Down payment. $69,900 Call Mike 941-6261914 or Linda 941-276-1021 PRIVATE WINTER GET-AWAY RENTTHISLIKENEWŽ VERY LARGE, 2 BED/2 BATHPRIVATE HOME. BEAUTIFULLYAPPOINTED ANDTURN-KEY. HEATEDPOOL. CAPEHAZEAREAJUSTMINUTES TOBOCAGRANDE. SOCLOSETO MANYBEACHES& BAY. BRINGYOUR BOAT. PRIVATEGARAGE. LARGE DECKW/LAKEVIEW. RENTINGOCTOBER2018 THROUGHMARCH2019. ALSOAVAILABLETOPURCHASE.CALL941-769-0200 To Advertise in The Showcase of Ho m es Please Call 866-463-1638 or E m ail; special@sunnewspapers.net 1040 CONDOS/VILLAS FOR SALE VENICE ISLAND CONDO OPEN BY APPT. 250 Santa Maria St #121C Bright, Sparkling First Floor Corner unit on ICW. 2br/2ba, extended Living rm, Addl. Room ( Den, Office, DR) Renovations thru-out, Patio w/ gardens, Fully appointed Clubhouse and Htd pool, $369,000 941-416-6202 1090 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE ENGLEWOOD 1BR/1BA S m all but Sweet 55+ Park, No Dogs Allowed. $5,500. 941-474-1353 PORT CHARLOTTE Harborview Park. Double Wide 28X40 2 bed, 2 bath, made by Palm Harbor in 2000. One owner, smoke & pet free, workshop area, great water view! All for $69,900 OBO 941-769-5514 VENICE RANCH MOBILE HOME ESTATESWALKING DISTANCE TO PUBLIX & CVS No Dogs, Cats ok! Call Mike 941-488-5672 www.VeniceRanch.com $25,000, 24x36, 2bd, 2 bath, Furnished. Handyman Special 24x36, 2/2 with screen room. As is $8,000 1095 MANUFACTURED HOMES FOR SALE 2692 NE HIGHWAY 70 ARCADIA 55+ Active Co mm unity Affordable Manufactured Ho m es!!! 1 Year FREEGolf Me m bership With Any Ho m e Purchase! Call to Schedule An Appoint m ent For a Tour! Ted 800-538-2590 www.arcadiavillage.com CLASSIFIED WORKS! $49,900 Riverside Oaks! Owner Says Sell it Now! Clean, Well Cared for 2/2. Call Kathy and Move in Today! 941-626-6821 www.riversideoaksflorida.co m NEW 3/2 DblWide Delivered & Set-Up on Your Lot w/ Skirting, Steps & Air! Only $55,995. + Tax. Financing For ALL Credit Scores Avail! Prestige Ho m es, Punta Gorda 941-637-1122 PUNTA GORDA Eagle Point 55+, 2005 Manufactured Home. 2/2 Furnished, Galley Kitchen, Lanai off Master Bedroom. 2017 Lifetime Metal Roof. Inside Laundry. $105,000 586-286-1029 SAVE 25% UP TO $25,000 OFF THE PURCHASE OF YOUR NEW HOME! 55+ COMMUNITYW/ AMENITIES! 701 AQUIESTADRPUNTAGORDA, 33950 BUTTONWOODVILLAGE.COM941-212-1516 1210 HOMES FOR RENT 2/2.5 bath Lake Rio Townhouse, Co mm Pool, Ra m part Blvd., P.G. $950/Mo2/2/2 Tile & Carpet, Lanai, Acker m an P.C. $975/ m o2/2/CP Condo, Gated Co mm ., Pool, Tennis, Heritage Oak Park, P.C. $1000/Mo 3/2/1 Tile & La m inate Floors, Lanai, La Brea St., N.P $1100/ m o 3/2.5 Bath Townhouse Spacious, 2 Lanais, Vick St., P.C. $1375/ m o 3/2/2 Pool Service Inc., SW Canal, La Salina Ct., PGI $1400/Mo*We Welco m e NEW Listings* AWARD WINNINGSUNBELT MGT. 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Roger P Frechette Sr. 941-661-2020 6000 MERCHANDISE GARAGE SALES 6001Arcadia 6002Lake Suzy 6003Deep Creek 6004Port Charlotte 6005Punta Gorda 6006North Port 6007Englewood 6008Rotonda 6009Gulf Cove 6010S. Gulf Cove 6011S. Venice 6012 Venice 6013 Nokomis/Osprey 6014 Garage Sales 6015Flea Market 6020Auctions MERCHANDISE 6013 Moving Sales 6025Arts & Crafts 6027Dolls 6030Household Goods6035 Furniture 6038 Electronics 6040TV/Stereo/Radio6060Computer Equip6065Clothing/Jewelry/ Accessories6070Antiques & Collectibles 6075Fruits/Veges 6090Musical 6095Medical 6100Health/Beauty 6110 Trees & Plants 6120Baby Items6125Golf Accessories6128Exercise/Fitness6130Sporting Goods 6131 Firearms6132 Firearm Access. 613 5Bikes/Trikes 6138Toys 6140Photography/Video 6145Pool/ Spa & Supplies6160Lawn & Garden6161 Outdoor Living 6165Storage Sheds/ Buildings6170Building Supplies6180Heavy Constr. Equipment 6190Tools/Machinery6220Office/Business Equip & Supplies6225Restaurant Supplies 6250Appliances 6260Misc. Merchandise 6270Wanted to Buy/T rade 6004 PORT CHARLOTTE GARAGE SALES S AT.S UN. 9 AM? 3 5 0 4 Middletown St. ESTATE SALE! Tools, Clothing, TVs, Electronics & MUCH MORE!! SATURDAY 8 : 00 am1:00 pm 1097 Staley St, PC. Estate sale, collectible dolls & plates, dining room, bedroom f urn, appliances, misc. 6025 ARTS AND CRAFTS FRAME 26X26 WALNUT GLASS, MAT AND PRINT $20 941-575-8881 JIGSAW PUZZLES 1000 p i ece puzzles, have many $2 941-662-9191 SCRAP BOOK a lb ums I h ave 10 new albums 5.00 each. $5 941-228-1745 6027 DOLLS DOLL F rom 1950 s era C r i es, open & closes eyes, beautiful $20 941-356-0129 MARIE OSMOND DOLL Beautiful blond, clean $10 941-627-6542 6030 HOUSEHOLD GOODS A B BEER S teins O lder AB steins,many years,20 and up, $20 941-624-0928 AREA RUG 100% woo l h an d made 8 x 10 assorted colors $200 973-214-2177 AREOBED F u ll Si ze, Full Height. $75, OBO 941-429-1573 BAR STOOLS pa i r o f qua li ty wrought iron pineapple backs, new fabric $75 941-380-1311 BATH SAMOAŽ b at h (b am b oo motif, dark wicker access) New! 8 items $55 941-276-1881 BATHR OO M SC ALE taylor brand.lg.excellent cond. $25 941-235-2203 BED FRAME S( 4 ) steel on casters adjustable twin full queen size each $25 941-275-5837 BED MATTRESS & BOX New Will Sell $100. 941-629-5550 CHAIRS S port B eac h Folding w/carrying case $40, OBO 941-429-1573 COOLERS NEW 5 pc T urquo i se Rubbermaid Set +Beach Towel $25 941-276-1881 CURTAINS PINCH PLEATED 84 l 90 w $25 941-218-4502 FLATWARE SILVER p l ate d 6 sets,ŽCrown SilverplateŽ Radiance $39, OBO 941-624-2105 FOOD PROCESSOR Ki tc h en Aid, 13 cup w/acc. Used once $125 941-235-3193 GRIDDLE COOL T ouc h B ase Presto 10 1/2Ž X 20 1/2 cook area $15, OBO 941-769-3475 LIGHT HOUSES C o ll ect i on o f 5, 6Ž tall $10 941-356-0129 MATTRESS QUEEN & BOX Brand New Will Sell $175. Also Have KING. 941-629-5550 6030 HOUSEHOLD GOODS METAL FILE CABINET 2 drawer, beige, good condition $10 941-276-1881 MIRROR Vi ntage D ar k wood frame 27.5 x 17.5Ž $15 941-356-0129 FREE MERCHANDISE ADS!! WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE! To Place a FREE Merchandise Ad Go to: sun-classifieds.com Click on Place Ad. If You`ve Advertised Online with Us Before or Not Just Click Register and Follow the Prompts. FREE Ads are for Merchandise UNDER $500. and the Ad Must be Placed Online by You. One Item Per Ad, the Ad Must be 3 Lines or Less, Price Must Appear in the Ad. Your Ad Will Appear Online for 7 Days and in Print Wednes day ThroughSunday. Some Restrictions Do Apply. LIMIT 5 FREE ADS PER WEEK Need To Place a Classified Ad? Enter Your Classified Ad and Pay With Your Credit Card 24 Hours a Day, 7 Daysa Week. NORITAKE 77 p i eces 1950 set of 12 gold pattern picture $100 941-740-3286 ORIENTAL RUGS p i n k/b e i ge, plush. 1: 56Žx38Ž oval & 1: 42Ž round. Ea $40 941-743-2656 ORIENTAL VASE Blk & G o ld 24Ž H X 10Ž W, plus wood stand $60 941-661-4477 PAIR DECORATIVE artwor k 34Ž x 37Ž Florida style $35 941-828-1411 PICTURE 26X26 HARDWOOD FRAME, GLASS, MAT AND PRINT $20 941-575-8881 PULLING CART W oo d&S tee l Play cart on 4 wheels pulling handle $29 941-697-0794 QUILT KING SIZE W/ matc hi ng shams yellow & grey like new $20, OBO 941-627-6542 THERMOSTAT b y Whi te Rodgers Model#1F86-344 $8, OBO 941-624-2105 WINE COOLER Lighted, 2 zone, 6 shelves, 32ŽH x 20W x 22D $60 941-356-2507 WOOD TRUNK blk hi nges. antique look. 3x18x15. $35 941-235-2203 6031 HOLIDAYITEMS NORTH POLE MUSICAL TRAIN AROUND THE TREE LIKE NEW IN BOX $30 941-202-9172 6035 FURNITURE ARM CHAIR so lid woo d arms & legs, soft comfy coral cushions. Excellent, $80 941-743-2656 BED MATTRESS & BOX New Will Sell $100. 941-629-5550 BEDR OO M S ET O ak queen set complete $225 941-916-0598 BEDROOM SET O a k queen size complete set with frame $225 941-916-0598 BOOK CASE woo d 3 upper shelves, 3 lower drawers, 72h x30w x18d $80 941-743-2656 BOOKSHELF 6 s h e l ves f or books or storage, good condition $30 941-780-3977 BUREAU 4 d rawer p i nel t bl ue finish 3Tx2Dx2L $40, OBO 941-475-2534 C HAIR LEATHER S TRE SS LE SS & OTTOMAN Brown. Nice! $60 941-235-1006 CHINA CABINET a ll natura l wood/glass 54X17X8 delivery available $250 941-275-5837 CO FFEE & END TABLE S(2 ) Clean! 50by28 & 24by26 $140, OBO 941-235-1006 COFFEE TABLE Gl ass top, metal base, 50L X 25 W X 15H $65, OBO 941-661-4477 CO FFEE TABLE Natural Rattan 4x19.5Ž Glass top/lower shelf exc cond $40 941-276-1881 COFFEE/SIDE TABLES(9) various sizes and shapes starting at $20, OBO 941-307-9211 CO U C H FABRI C abstract beige design 88X36X32. Delivery available. $275 941-202-3437 DINETTE SET h an d -pa i nte d a ll wood 24Ž tabletop & 2 chairs $175, OBO 941-275-5837 DINETTE S ET, TALL wrought iron 30Ž table+2 fabric chairs like new $275 941-307-9211 DINING ROOM S et Li g h t woo d table, 2 leafs, 6 upholstered chairs, server piece included. Very good condition. $499 941-655-8302 DINING SET 48Ž ma h ogany table top & 4 metal frame chairs $125 941-275-5837 DININ G S ET 54Ž glass top on column+4 fabric upholstered chairs $225 941-307-9211 DREXEL BEDROOM mahogany, 3 piece set $200, OBO 941-235-1839 ENTRY TABLE Bl ac k woo d 2 draws,36Ž L, 13Ž D, 29ŽH $125, OBO 941-661-4477 FUTON BED BED IS IN EX COND.GREEN MAPLE WOOD $120 941-391-6377 G LA SS T O P f or table 42Ž x 42Ž rounded corners $25, OBO 941-627-6542 6035 FURNITURE I BUY FURNITURE Or anything of value! 941-485-4964 EFFECTIVE MONDAY, APRIL 30, 2018 You Can Find Classified Ads On Our Website sun-classifieds.com 7 Days a Week & in Print WednesdaySunday in the Charlotte Sun, North Port Sun and Englewood Sun as Well as Wednesday & Saturday in the Venice Gondolier We No longer Will Have a Classified Section on Monday or Tuesday in Print. IMPORTANT CHANGE PLEASE READ KIT C HEN S ET 4 0 Ž C ounter Height Round Table, Brown Marble w/ 4 Black Leather Chairs $350 obo 941-474-6752 LAZYBOY swivel/roc/recliner ex cond mauve $150 941-743-0582 LEATHER RECLEANER B rown Exlent shape $185, OBO 941-575-0690 LIFT CHAIR b y G o ld en R ec li ner Velour Fabric. Smoke and Pet free $250 941-460-9540 LOVESEAT & OTTOMEN Leather, like new, dark brown $300, OBO 941-626-7311 LOVESEAT goo d b rown leather, little use, cash & carry. $60 239-887-0598 MATTRESS & B ox S pr i ng, F u ll size, adjust metal bed frame. Exc Cond $95 941-697-0794 MATTRESS an d b ox spr i ng Queen. Beauty Rest Smoke and pet free $150 941-460-9540 MATTRESS QUEEN & BOX Brand New Will Sell $175. Also Have KING. 941-629-5550 MATTRESS QUEEN b eautyrest pillow top like new $50 941-625-2873 MEM O RY F O AM 8 Ž thick mattress twin size springbox frame $150, OBO 941-307-9211 PATI O S ET with table 4 chairs ornate chairs cushions. Exc. Cond. asking $90/obo 941 380-7224 RATTAN END table Dark Rattan glass top $20, OBO 941627-6542 RECLINER LA Z BOY W a ll hugger. Great condition. $185 941-580-4460 ROCKER CHILDS wooden vintage Excellent con dition $15 941-828-1411 SEA SHELL LAMP 19Ž tall w/ shade $20, OBO 941-356-0129 SECRETARY DESK wr i t i ng area 3 drawers rattan 33x41 picture $100 941-740-3286 SHELVING UNIT RATTAN 36X12X72 OFF WHITE RECON DITIONED $60 941-202-3696 SOFA & Ch a i r 84Ž S ea f oam blue, microfiber, plus 1 Chair $350, OBO 941-661-4477 SOFA ASHLEY taupe, 90Ž 3 separate seat cushions $325, OBO 941-661-4477 SOFA ENTRY TABLE Tommy Bahama Beautiful table Sacrifice $200 715-551-6890 S WIVEL BAR stools Heavy wood,cloth back& seat$25 both $25 716-374-2950 SWIVEL ROCKERS R ose co l ored cloth like new two match ing $30 $30 716-374-2950 TABLE DETA C HABLE, f or StresslessŽ ConsulŽ chair. New $63, OBO 941-624-2105 TABLE W/ CHAIRS 5 FT TABLE 6 FT TABLE 8 CHAIRS $45 941-391-6377 TABLE, 41Ž RD. w/1 8 Ž lea f Formica top, Beaufiful. Like new $45 941-488-5595 TV STAND f or 48Ž tv. d ar k wood.glass doors.new $85, OBO 941-235-2203 W I C KER S WIVEL chairs Two matching great shape $50 both $50 716-374-2950 WINDSOR ROCKER n i c h o l s & stone. solid maple. ex.cond. $100 941-235-2203 6038 ELECTRONICS C D S TERE O S Y S TEM PANASONIC SC PM18 RADIO CD CASSETTE $75 941-496-8765 COMPUTER All i n one HP P av il ion 23Ž Windows 8 MS Office $195, OBO 941-475-2534 DVD PLAYER S amsung, new in box model BD-JM57 $65 941-624-0928 PRINTER & COPY L exmar k $30 941-218-4502 TV 48 I nc h S ony $300 941-218-4502 WALKIE TALKIE new $25 941-218-4502 6040 TV/STEREO/RADIO LCD TV 15Ž Lik e new TV w Remote Nice $50 941-249-3922 NIB USB c h arg i ng c l oc k radio/cd SYLVANIA $35, OBO 941-681-2316 TV R C A 2 7Ž with remote great condition $25 941-228-1745 TV RCA COLOR TRAKPLUS 27Ž monitor, not flat screen $30 941-303-2957 6060 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT AS U S LAPT O P Works G reat w/Office $150, OBO 941-404-5359 COMPUTER BAG S amson i te rolling leather excellent condition $40 941-228-1745 LAPTOP TOSHIBA Ch romebook, 13.3Ž NICE w/case $99 941-764-3454 PRINTER EPSON 2540 SCAN FAX COPY NEEDS INK $10 941-575-8881 6065 CLOTHING/JEWELRY ACCESSORIES BRIDAL GOWN b ust i er an d skirt from UK stunning $145, OBO 941-268-7571 CLOTHING RACK R oun d commercial grade rack, adjustable $40 941-625-2873 HARRY P O TTER H OO DIE new, zippered school color $35 863-494-5918 METS JACKET New, never worn, size lg. $50 863-494-5918 MINK STOLE overs i ze bl on d e $250, OBO 941-429-1573 PURSE DOONEY & BOURKE Black Satchel $250, OBO 941-429-1573 WALLET HARLEY DAVIDSON w/chain. never used. $25 941-235-2203 6070 ANTIQUES COLLECTIBLES ALWAYS BUYING ANTIQUES, ART, SILVER NEW ENGLAND ANTIQUES (941) 639-9338 A NDIR O N S FIREPLA C E mission ball sq. iron 1930s $85 941-625-2873 BUYING OLD MONEY SILVERCOINS & PAPER MONEY. 941-626-7785 C AMERA S $ 5 & up 941-218-4502 CLASSIC VHS tapes 410 tapes with 2 custom book shelves $110, OBO 941-235-1839 COINS P roo f an d m i nt sets $7 781-956-8891 EARNHARDT SR di ecast cars w/display cases in original boxes $45 941-624-3091 GO LD CO IN $ 5 Indian 1 9 11 $460 781-956-8891 LONGABERGER LOTS o f Longaberger stuff all new $5, OBO 941-228-1745 LP ELVIS Bl ue H awa ii c l ass i c sound track 1961 collector $25 941-214-8188 LP ELVIS El v i s c l ass i c v i ny l F or Fans Only 1959 collector $10 941-214-8188 LP LIONEL Ri c hi e A mer i cans Idol classic vinyl Cant Slow Down $25 941-214-8188 LP MI C HAEL Jackson Bad classic vinyl ex shape collector $75 941-214-8188 LP MICHEL J ac k son c l ass i c vinyl Thrill 33 ex shape $75 941-214-8188 LP SIMON & G ar f un k e l B oo k Ends classic folk vinyl $25 941-214-8188 NAUTICAL CHARTS 14 T ota l 1970s and 1980s, good condition. $40 716-598-2406 PRE 1982 C opper P enn i es 60+LB @$3 per pound $180, OBO 941-769-3475 RE CO RD BB KIN G Into Th e Night Classic soul 45 collectir $10 941-214-8188 RE CO RD S TREI S AND ,Christofferson A Star Is Born 1976 $25 941-214-8188 RECORD WHO 45 c l ass i c B ehind Blue Eyes great collector $10 941-214-8188 SILVER COINS u.s.s il ver co i ns $150 781-956-8891 S ILVER D O LLAR S 1 8 7 8 to 1935 $25 781-956-8891 S ILVER PR OO F sets $3 5 781-956-8891 W L HALF DOLLARS 1937 1947 $200 781-956-8891 WORLD MAP G o ld tr i m g l ass set 8 1960s highball $75, OBO 941-496-8765 6075 FRUITS & VEGETABLES BLUEBERRIE S U-Pick Ready for Picking at Ft Ogden. Call For Directions 863-990-6164 6090 MUSICAL BABY G RAND PIAN O Digital, Black, Like Brand new $2,000 941-539-4305 C .F. MARTIN Mandolin Mellon Back, no cracks, great playing condition. $400 716-523-0463 GUITAR YAMAHA FG700 VGC $120, OBO 941-244-7720 HAMMER DUL C IMER O ak, with stand, excellent cond. $350, OBO 716-523-0463 MAND O LIN AMERI C AN C onservatory by Lyon Healy, very old, GC $275 716-523-0465 6090 MUSICAL YAMAHA KEYBOARD M o d e l YPG 235 ex cond w/stand $150, OBO 941-627-6542 6095 MEDICAL 4 WHEEL WALKER w /B as k et Brakes and Seat, LIKE NE W $75 941-268-8951 LIFT CHAIR b y PRIDE w /HEAT & VIBRATION Green Fabric, Like NEW $325 941-268-8951 RECLINER ELECTRIC lif t c h a i r up/down sleep orig 1100 $349, OBO 941-580-4460 SHOWER CHAIR Lik e new condition w/back & arms $20, OBO 941-356-0129 S H O WER C HAIR w/ C A S TER S & FOOT RESTS by Lumex Like NEW $90 941-268-8951 SHOWER CHAIR w i t h ARMS Like New $35 941-268-8951 T O ILET C HAIR adjustable legs, like new $25 941-474-4411 WALKER b rea k s storage li g h t weight 3 wheels plush $65 941-580-4460 W ALKER ROLLATOR/WALKER with seat, basket, breaks, footrest. Never used. $80 941-474-7518 W ALKER, DELUXE seat stor age breaks more orig $249. $75 941-580-4460 W HEEL C HAIR ELE C TRI C Hov eround. Like New, Hardly Used, Exc Con $3,500 941-625-9695 6100 HEALTH/BEAUTY WHEELCHAIR El ectr i c. J azzy, needs battery. Venice area $300, OBO 203-858-1087 6110 TREES & PLANTS ALOE AGAVE b egon i a crepe myrtle fern devils backbone staghorn $5 941-202-3696 BR O MELIAD S VARI O U S kinds shapes colors and sizes in pots starting at $5 941-202-3696 FLORIDA AVOCADO/CIT RUS/ROYAL POINCIANA $10 941-202-3696 FRANGIPANI JATROPHA oys ter pineapple pothos snake spi der lily $5 941-202-3696 Treemendous Tree, Inc. NUSURY PINAPPLE PLANTS fruiting $30/ea SNOW QUEEN HIBISCUS 7 gal $20.00 NICE MANY OTHER SHURBS AVAILABLESTOP IN TO SEE US MONDAY SATURDAY 9AM-3PM 6068 RUFF ST. NORTH PORT OR CALL 941-426-8983 FL-6444 A 6125 GOLF ACCESSORIES ADAMS HYBRID I rons A/li g ht flex-6 to sw set-easy to hit Excl. $155, OBO 941-875-5983 A ER O BURNER 3 Wood Taylor made 15* r/h 3wood As NEW MINT $75 941-875-5983 A ER O BURNER IR O N S Lite f lex graf 6 to gap 1 in short excl. $275, OBO 941-875-5983 BURTON LEATHERBAG w/matching leather head covers & hood. Like new cond. Was $300 new. $95 765-283-2461 C LEVELAND LAUN C HER G old 5 wood 19* RH reg flex excel cond $35 941-488-7774 COBRA AMP 3 W oo d LH 15* Stiff adjustable excellent cond $30 941-488-7774 GOLF BALLS G oo d c l ean go lf balls 50 per bag $10 914-214-5362 GOLF BALLS lik e new, no scuffs, marks or logos, per dozen $7 941-488-7774 I DRIVE woods-drive2 1 $ 1 2 5, OBO 941-769-0792 JACK NICKLAUS T our h y b r id s 3 & 4, RH graphite excellen t cond, pair $45 941-488-7774 PUTCLASSFIEDS TOWORK FORYOU! FINDAJOB! BUYAHOME! BUYACAR! SHAG BAG Ni ce Sh ag B ag an d some practice balls. $15 941-764-3454 TAYLORMADE 3 woo d Mi n t 15* 2016 Aeroburner 3 wood $75, OBO 941-875-5983 TAYL O RMADE S TA G E 2 3 hybrid senior flex, with H/C $45 727-365-0401

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Page 40 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 JOBS 10 6125 GOLF ACCESSORIES YELLOW JACKET 4G BATTERY CABLES Corrosion Resistant Best Golf Cart Cables $129.95/SET. VISIT DarsGolfCarts.com 941-769-1431 NO TEXT PLEASE 6126 GOLF CARTS 2008 EZGO TXT 4 PASSENGER{FLIPSTOACARGODECK} NEWBATTERIES{9 /17 } HEADANDTAILLIGHTSGREATTIRES, BRAKES, WINDSHIELD, TOP, PAINT, CHARGERANDSS CAPS. NEWCHARGER, GARAGEKEPT$ 2995. 941-716-6792 CALLSONLYPLEASE 2010CLUB CARPRECEDENT4 SEAT GOLF CART 48 VOLT BLUE" BRAND NEW BATTERIES {C8} LIGHTS AND HORN RECENT FULL SERVICE FAST CART $ 3575. 941-830-4723 I CAN DELIVER CALLS ONLY NO TEXT PLEASE 2014 Club Car Precedent Golf Cart Plumb Crazy PurpleŽ NEW Custom Build Brand New Batteries Tuck and Roll Upholstery 2 passenger Golf Cart4 passenger Version AvailableNEW Yellow Jacket Cables NEW LED Head & Taillights NEW Flip Down Windshield NEW Chrome SS wheel caps NEW DOT Tires, Brakes, Floor NEW Mat, Mirror. Canopy Top. 48 Volt E.R.I.C. 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GREATTIRES, BACKSEAT, LIGHT, WINDSHILDANDMIRROR. +20 MPH. $ 4795.OBOCALLORTEXT941-585-9861 CLUB CAR PRECEDENT $2995 RECONDITIONED 4 PASSENGER GOLF CART White w/Tan Top Flip Down Rear Seat CROWN BATTERIES $New Yellow Jacket Cables$ Battery Meter Factory Upholstery Head & Taillights Flip Down Windshield Chrome SS wheel caps All New Bushings Fresh Tires, Brakes, Mirror 48 Volt Charger, STK#R7 CALL: 941-769-1431 Free Delivery (25 miles) Visit … Darsgolfcarts.com NO TEXT PLEASE Lookingfor Adventure? 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New Tires, Mirror Top and Charger STK#1823 $4995 941-769-1431 Delivery Inc. 25 MI. Visit DarsGolfCarts.com NO TEXT PLEASE 6128 EXERCISE / FITNESS LIFE FITNESS X3 Elli pt i ca l P rofessional gym qual. Ex cond. $499 941-915-3298 N O RDI C TRA C K Recumbent exercise bike. Great condition. $70 941-661-6972 PRO FORM TREADMILL new New easily storage orig 1295 $495 941-580-4460 6130 SPORTING GOODS 2 GUYS GUN SHOWS MAY 12TH & 13TH Robards Arena 3000 Ringling Blvd Sarasota, FL (4 miles west of I75, Exit 210 Fruitville Rd) MAY 19TH & 20TH Charlotte County Fairgrounds 2333 El Jobean Rd (776) Port Charlotte, FL Buy-Sell-Trade New-Used FREEParking CWP Classes Avail. Sat 9-5 and Sun 9-4 727-776-3442 www.nextgunshow.com FIREWOOD $100.00 PER PICK UP LOAD NOCAMPINGTRIPIS COMPLETEWITHOUTIT! PINE, OAK, ORCITRUSSPLIT, BUN-DLED, ANDREADYFORTHE FIREPIT! 941-468-4372 S HARK T OO TH f loating screen/shovel to find fossils $15 863-494-5918 TENNI S RA C KET Restring/grip your tennis racket. Call John. $20 941-697-1291 6131FIREARMS N O TI C E: S eller Acknowledges Compliance With All Exisiting Federal, State and Local Firearms Regulations and Laws in Regards to Sale and Transfer of Advertised Firearms. REV O LVER S (6) : .17HMR; 32 ; .38 Spec; .357mag; .44mag; Pistols (3): 9mm. Long Guns (4): .30-30; .223/.20ga survival; .12 .308. Each xlnt 941-235-2500 S&W D ou bl e act i on, T op Break, Safety Hammerless, 32 Cal, 3rd model, 38 cal, 4th model. $350 each. Baker 12ga, 1897 sidelock, Damascus Bls. $800 941-763-9238 SKS RIFLE 2 st k s, #S B ayonnette, 2000 rnds 7.62X39. $750. 1913 DWM 9mm Luger, 2 mags, orig holster, Mint $1500 248-396-5997 6133 HUNTING & FISHING SUPPLIES 30 RODS REELS & Gear For Sale. Call 941-426-3608 For Details 6133 HUNTING & FISHING SUPPLIES FISHING ROD MITCHELL 8,8-17LB,1/4 to 2 oz. $18, OBO 941-624-2105 OUTRIGGERS/TROLLING MOTOR/TACKLE as new $495, OBO 941-769-0792 6135 BICYCLES/ TRICYCLES 6 SPEED Ad u l t S moot h E asy Riding Everest Mountain bike NICE !! $65 941-474-1776 Ad u l t Bik e-3 WHEEL B ran d new, Easy To Ride, Big Seat, In Box! $275 941-524-1025 BICYCLE HUFFY E xtreme 26 inch womans 18 gear. Missing rear tire. $50 941-626-4267 BIKE Ad u l t. Ni ce se l ect i on o f quality great riding bikes each only $50 941-474-1776 BIKE RA C K f its 2  hitch f or 2 bikes $40 941-743-0582 BIKE RACK HITCH MOUNT b y PRO SERIES 3 Mens Bikes LIKE NEW $75 941-268-8954 DAHAN FOLDING Bik e Ni ce quality great riding folding bike $60 941-474-1776 JOY RIDER 3 w h ee l tr i cyc l e step through design tires are excellent $320 941-460-9540 KENT PAM O NA mens 26 Ž aluminum 7 speed, front & rear shocks $90 941-303-2957 LADIES BIKE 26Ž S c h w i nn ladies roadmaster.great shape $50 941-474-7518 6138 TOYS/GAMES JIGSAW PUZZLES 1000 p i ece puzzles, have many $2 941-662-9191 6145 POOL/SPA/ & SUPPLIES **SPAS & MORE** Family owned and operated for 20 years! www.spasandmoreflorida.com Over 40 Spas to choose from. We take trades! We Move Spas & We Buy Used! 941-625-6600 P OO L HEATER Per f ect Temp, 13000 BTUs $1,300, OBO 941-626-7311 6160 LAWN & GARDEN CHAIN SAW P ou l an P ro 20Ž 50c.c. NEW $200, OBO 941-485-0681 CHAINSAW JONSERED SP 49 CCs 16 bar runs great 1980s oldie $125 941-214-8188 C u ddl e up b y t h e fi re Firewood Split, Bundled and ready for the firepit! Pine, Oak, or Citrus, 941-468-4372 ENGINE V an G aur d 9HP B r i ggs & Stratton, Horizontal Shaft. $300. 941-743-8243 EXTENSION LADDER Aluminum In good shape $35, OBO 941-629-3921 HEDGE TRIMMER 20Ž Bush Wacker Electric $25, OBO 941-485-0681 HEDGE TRIMMER Bl ac k & Decker Electric $20, OBO 941876-4059 LAWN EDGER W a lk B e hi n d 4 Wheel Yard Machine 3.5hp $140, OBO 941-485-0681 LAWN MOWER 21Ž C ut Y ar d man 6.5 HP B&S Engine trim bag incl. $65 941-474-1776 LAWN M O WER ELE C TRI C 14Ž w/grass catcher. Good condition $40 941-697-0794 LAWN MOWER se lf prope ll e d murray briggs 5.5 22in $90, OBO 941-564-6062 LAWN M O WER Troy-Built, 4speed, 7.75HP 21Ž cutter. Used 1 yr. $175 941-235-5543 M O WER, MURRAY RIDER 11HP, 30Ž CUTNEWBATTERY$425 (941)763-4818 PLANT+ S IDE TABLE S 8 wood & 1 wrought iron, Good to A+ cond, from $15 941-743-2656 PRE SS URE WA S HER Excell Honda 2700 psi $230, OBO 941-485-0681 RIDIN G LAWN M O WER Lawn Chief 12.5hp 39Ž deck $250, OBO 941-485-0681 RIDIN G M O WER C ub C adet 48Ž cut with bagger. $450 941-624-4622 RIDING MOWER Toro Z Master, 53Ž, Super Flow System. $600 Firm 941-815-6019 RIDINGMOWER SEARS Old er riding mower, good condition 48 inch cut $499 941-473-6644 TERRA COTTAS : 26Ž b oy statue=$40. 16Ž strawberry planter= $20 941-743-2656 W ATER P O ND S good shape, & plant containers $20 941-624-0928 6161OUTDOOR LIVING BB Q G RILL C harm G lo, 3 Burner, like new $85 941-276-3685 6161OUTDOOR LIVING DININ G S ET PATI O 4 2 X4 2 X 2 7 fiberglass table 4 cushioned chairs $75 941-275-5837 GLASS PATIO S et 45Ž round+Chairs with Cushions Good cond $79 841-697-0794 MOSAIC TILES 3 X3 O r i g i na l cost $400; Selling $125/ea 941-380-7224 WEBER GOURMET G rate 22Ž remove center for special inserts $16 941-624-2105 6170 BUILDING SUPPLIES ELECTRIC DISCONNECT 60 amp 240 volt $20 941-228-1745 HURRICANE SHUTTERS ga l v shutters for 3 bed ranch $350, OBO 941-255-1971 P V C FITTINGS assorte d 200/new $50, OBO 941-769-0792 SOLAR PANELS 6 so l ar pane l in good condition $40 each $40 941-214-5362 USED ALUM H urr i cane P ane l s priced per foot GoodCond $3, OBO 941-697-5996 6190 TOOLS/ MACHINERY CEMENT MIXER sma ll er electric will mix 60lb bag $85 941-538-8729 FLU S H C UT S AW Bosch, w/extra blades model 1640 $60, OBO 941-769-0792 GENERATOR COLEMAN 6250/5000. Used 1 week like new $400 941-255-1832 HITA C HI R O UTER M1 2 V C 11Amp $60, OBO 941-7690792 JOINTER MACHINE FREUD new in case $80 941-625-2873 LADDER 16 f t a l um i num extension ladder $25 941-743-0158 LADDER S TURDY 8 f t wooden step ladder $15 941-743-0158 ME C HANI C  S C REEPER $ 15 941-624-3091 MIG WELDER li g h t gage 2 wheel cart leathers $90 941-538-8729 MI G WELDER Lincoln, Weld Pac 100hp. inclds cart & helmut. $200 941-505-1033 MILWAUKEE SANDER Mil waukee 1/4 sheet sander $30, OBO 941-661-7284 PIPE BENDER piston hand pump bends smaller ridged pipe up to 2in $80 941-538-8729 PIPE THREADING rac h et cutter 3 dies tripod 3 wrenches $100 941-538-8729 P O RT-A-P O WER $80 941-474-1776 REBAR BENDER manual bender 6-d bend like new $75 941-538-8729 ROUTER CRAFTSMAN 1 1/2 Hp 25000rpm $30, OBO 941-661-7284 S KIL S AW S kil Worm Drive 7 1/4Ž Power Saw $89, OBO 941-661-7284 WOO D LATHE Delta, 1 9 5 0 s, Complete w/Tools. $240. Atlas Drillpress 1950s, Floor Model, Mint, $135. Craftsman Table Saw, 10Ž, all cast iron table 1980s $125 941-321-8554 6220 OFFICE/BUSINESS EQUIP./SUPPLIES HP PRINTER INK HP 22 C o l or Twin-Pack and HP 27 black. $40 941-456-1582 HP PRINTER INK HP 5 6 $20.00 EACH OR 4 FOR $75 941-456-1582 HP PRINTER INK HP 57 TRICOLOR $35.00 EACH OR 2 FOR $65 941-456-1582 6232 CATS N O TI C E: S tatute 5 8 5.1 9 5 states that all dogs and cats sold in Florida must be at least eight weeks old, have an official health certificate and proper shots, and be free of intestinal and external parasites. C AT MANIA! Have must seeŽ drop dead gorgeous Orange Manx (no tails) kittens, also male declawed-handsome! White fluffy female. Movie star pretty! Lifes short-get a cat!!! Call 941-270-2430. 6233 DOGS N O TI C E: S tatute 5 8 5.1 9 5 states that all dogs and cats sold in Florida must be at least eight weeks old, have an official health certificate and proper shots, and be free of intestinal and external parasites. 6235 LIVESTOCK CHICKENS FOR SALE Treemendous Tree Nursery 6068 Ruff St., North Port Open Tues-Sat 9-2:30 941-468-4372FL-6444A 6236 PET SUPPLIES & SERVICES D OG C ARRIER S md dog or small $15 941-626-7311 KITTY H O U S E (C ubeS haped, Unused), toys, new bed, bowls, brush $22 941-276-1881 NUBZ D OG C HEW S made in USA, real chicken $8 941-624-0928 6250 APPLIANCES AC WINDOW UNIT INCLUDES HEAT$125. (941)763-4818 DIGITAL DEEP FRYER W o lf gang Puck, 4.0 liter stainless steel. $30 941-235-3193 DISHWASHER WHITE 24i nc h works good $95, OBO 941-268-7571 DRYER MAGIC CHEF w hi te heavy duty $90 941-303-2957 DRYER GE PROFILE Good Condition. Must Sell. Rotonda $50 239-220-2121 FREEZER Ni ce, Whi te, $100 (941)763-4818 delivery avail. FRIDGE WATER FILTER N ew Fits Whirlpool, Kenmore call for fitment $15 941-769-3475 GE MICROWAVE wa ll mounte d White-excellent cond-clean $25 330-853-4613 GE SIDE b y s id e w h t re f r i gerator new ice maker, runs well $175 941-423-3031 GE STOVE f u ll s i ze e l ectr i c White excellent cond/clean $125 330-853-4613 REFRIG GE 25 cu. f t. Sid e b y side. Must sell. Rotonda $200 239-220-2121 REFRIGERATOR HOTPOINT side by side. very clean. white $225 941-380-1311 REFRIGERATOR SMALL goo d shape, great for beverages. $50, OBO 941-426-7511 WASHER & DRYER T op Loader, White, $325. (941)763-4818 deliver y avail. WASHER H otpo i nt Like New. Must Sell. Rotonda $150 239-220-2121 WASHER/DRYER STACK A BLE white, easy to use $395. (941)763-4818 6260 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE $75.00 per panel SLIDING GLASS DOOR REPAIRS Wheels Tracks & LocksLicensed & Insured, Free Est. since 1981 visit us at www. SlidingDoorsandmore.com Call Bob 941-706-6445 Owned and operated by Local Fire fighter. L o w o v e r h e a d = L o w p r i c e s A MERI C AN FLA G new embossed aluminum 12x18Ž $29 941-496-9252 BEETHOVEN 9TH S ymp. 5 CDs Book and Box $22 941-496-9252 C HANDLIER 9 light beauti f ul $99 941-496-9252 ELE C TRI C S H O E polisher kit never used in org box $18 941-391-6377 FIREWOOD Split, Bundled, and ready for the firepit! Perfect for these cooler nights! Pine, Oak, Citrus 941-468-4372 G AME TABLE MAH OG ANY FLIP TOP W/CASTERS,NEEDS WORK $200 941-625-2873 JI GS AW PUZZLE S 1 000 piece puzzles, have many $2 941-662-9191 NEON TRANSFORMERS 2 heavy duty lg. $50 941-496-9252 RECORD COLLECTION includes album covers 5 0 cents each. Entire collection. 941-496-9252 S AILB O AT BIMINI & dodger 8 complete w/ stainless h/ware $495 941-380-6935 W INE C RATE S O ld G ood shape $100 941-624-0928 6265 FREE MERCHANDISE FREE CHAINLINK FENCE 19 x15 feet you remove $0, OBO 941-475-2385 6270 WANTED TO BUY/TRADE BUYIN G S ILVER CO IN S DIMES Thru SILVER DOLLARS. 941-626-7785 6270 WANTED TO BUY/TRADE W ANTED CASH PAID Un wanted broken walk behind mowers $10-$50.00 North Por t Pt Charlotte only. NO RIDERS 941-286-3119 7000TRANSPORTATION 7020 BUICK 1 99 4 BUI C K LE S ABRE $ 5 00 OBO, 941-639-1113 1999 BUICK LESABRE C USTOM$1,750 OBO, 176K, Runs Great, New Tires. 612-968-5262 20 1 3 BUI C K EN C LAVE $23,990. GOLD, NAV, 41K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7030 CADILLAC 2014 CADILLAC CTS $24,990. RED, NAV, 34K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2005 CADILLAC DEVILLE 81K MI. EXTRA CLEAN! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7040 CHEVROLET 2014 CHEVY IMPALA $19,990. RED, LTZ, 46K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2003 ANNIVERSARYCORVETTE Coupe, 42,822 mi. 6 spd, min t $22,500 OBO 941-889-7989 7050 CHRYSLER 2009 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER 4 CYL. AUTO, 59K MILESMATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7060 DODGE 20 1 6 D O D G E C HALLEN G ER $35,887 PITCH BLACK, 2,291MI 855-48 1-2060 DLR 7070 FORD 2003 FORD FOCUS $1 750 obo For sale Beige 1 owner Call Tammy 941-830-0680 2004 FORD MUSTANG $5,950 Convertible, 40th An niversary Edition with Premium Package, V6, Auto, Silver Exte rior, Gray Leather, Black Top, 74Kmi, Garaged 941-626-7038 FREE MERCHANDISE ADS!! WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE! To Place a FREE Merchandise Ad Go to: sun-classifieds.com Click on Place Ad. If You`ve Advertised Online with Us Before or Not Just Click Register and Follow the Prompts. FREE Ads are for Merchandise UNDER $500. and the Ad Must be Placed Online by You. One Item Per Ad, the Ad Must be 3 Lines or Less, Price Must Appear in the Ad. Your Ad Will Appear Online for 7 Days and in Print Wednes day ThroughSunday. Some Restrictions Do Apply. LIMIT 5 FREE ADS PER WEEK Need To Place a Classified Ad? Enter Your Classified Ad and Pay With Your Credit Card 24 Hours a Day, 7 Daysa Week. 20 1 8 C AR GO C RAFT8.5X24 CAR HAULER ONLY $5,750.00 Ready for immediate delivery MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7075 GMC 20 1 6 G M C S IERRA 15 00 $34,911. BROWN, NAV, SLT, 27K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7080 JEEP 2002 JEEP LIBERTY $2 990 4X4, 170K, Good Condition, Green 941-661-2008 1993 JEEP CJ7 $5,000 OBO, `97 Motor, 6 Cyl. FI, Hard Top, 5 Spd. 417-989-1390 20 1 6 JEEP WRAN G LER $32,990. GREY, 4X4, 16K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 6 JEEP CO MPA S LATITUDE MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR

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The Sun /Sunday, April 29, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 41 schizophrenia or bipolar disorder), substance abuse, domestic abuse, workplace problems, and challenges that occur in their daily lives or the lives of family members. Again, rely on your list of priorities and factor in your current stage of life, as well as where you will be within the next two to “ve years. If youre planning a family, perhaps a subsidized daycare program will be up your alley, but if your kids are already in middle school, its a moot point. On the surface, it may seem like organizations are using bene“ts as a recruitment and retention tool, but they may be using creative bene“ts simply to differentiate themselves from their competition. For example, its uncommon for a company to have an unlimited-personal-day policy (per the report, only 4% of companies implemented this policy), so if the company youre interviewing with does happen to offer this perk, you may think to yourself, Score! I got the golden ticket!Ž In reality, I wonder if just how much the perk is leveraged. How many days does the average employee at the company actually take off annually? Is the number really that much greater than companies with a typical policy of 20 days per year? The best way to make an informed decision is to have, well, information! During your job interview, ask which bene“ts the companys employees take advantage of the most „ and the least. Request a comprehensive company bene“ts pamphlet or printout, as well as information about what your monthly out-ofpocket medical costs would be, as those are the bene“ts youll most likely be taking advantage of. Companies should provide this information to you before you accept the job offer. When I was a recruiter, my organizations never provided this info to candidates unless someone speci“cally asked for it „ so ask! Make this part of your job search endeavors. Look at the bene“ts on a companys website, and always ask to receive additional information. And, as I said earlier, cash still counts „ both to you and to employers. To keep their “xed costs (like base compensation) from rising, companies are spending more money on bene“ts and bonuses rather than salaries. When you get a job offer, dont neglect negotiating a sign-on bonus (simply ask for one) in addition to your salary. According to the SHRM report, the past “ve years saw a signi“cant uptick in the variety of bonuses being offered to employees, such as spot bonuses, sign-on bonuses and employee referral bonuses. After all, its easier to withdraw a perk than reduce an employees pay. While incredible bene“ts are enticing, they do not outweigh your pay. Fact is, your next pay increase will be determined by your base compensation. One-time tuition reimbursement for an online MBA wont add up to a down payment for a house.BENEFITSFROM PAGE 2JOBS 11 7130 PONTIAC 2008 P O NTIA C SO L S TI C E GTX Turbo, Very low miles, Great Sports Car! MAKE OFFER 941-204-2126 7135 SATURN USED SATURN CARS & SUVs Starting at $1,800 & Up. Saturn Parts Available. Pro Power Auto Sales941-627-8822www.propowerauto.com 7145 ACURA 2014 ACURA MDX $27,990. WHITE, NAV, 35K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7147 AUDI 2016 AUDI A6 $37,950 GLACIER WHITE, 3.0T 23K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 7148 BMW 20 1 6 BMW X1 $29,990. BLACK, 22K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2017 BMW M240 $48,990. BLACK, CONV., NAV 2,171 MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7160 HONDA 2014 HONDA ACCORD $14,990. GREEN, SPORT 50K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2018 HONDA CR V $33,987. LUNAR SILVER, CERT 4,673 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2016 HONDA PILOT $35,987 LUNAR SILVER, 28KMI 855-481-2060 DLR 2017 HONDA PILOT $43,950 LUNAR SILVER ELITE 5,716MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2017 HONDA PILOT $43,987 LUNAR SILVER ELITE 5,175MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2008 H O NDA A CCO RD EX 95KMIMATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7163 HYUNDAI 2014 HYUNDAI SANTA FE $13,911. BROWN, SPORT, 61K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 HYUNDAI SANTA FE LIMITED ULTIMATE 1 Owner, 22k miles ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 20 1 0 HYUNDAI ELANTRA TOURING SE 27K MI MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 200 7 HYUNDAI S ANTE FE S E ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7177 KIA 20 11 KIA SO UL PLU S 4 CYL. AUTO, EXTRA CLEAN. MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7178 LEXUS 2010 LEXUS ES 350 $16,990. SILVER, NAV,, 54K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2010 LEXUS RX 350 $20,990. GRAY, NAV, AWD, 55K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2010 LEXUS IS 350C $21,990. WHITE, CONV, 62K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 LEXUS ES 350 $24,911. GRAY, CERT, 30K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 LEXU S RX3 5 0 $26,911. BLACK, NAV, CERT, 62K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 11 LEXU S L S -4 60 $28,990. WHITE, NAV, AWD, 37K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 LEXUS GS 350 $31,911. SILVER, NAV F, 24K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2017 LEXUS RX 350 $44,990. BLUE, NAV, CERT, 62K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7190 MERCEDES 2004 MERCEDES-BENZ SL-500 Hardtop Conv., 36K miles, Silver, looks new-classy MUST SEE!! 941-249-8708 7200 NISSAN 2008 NISSAN VERSA SL 4DR. SEDAN62KMIMATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7205 SPORTS CARS 2011 PORSCHE 911 $63,990. BLACK, CARRERA S 21K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7207 SUBARU 2013 SUBARU LEGACY $11,990. SILVER, NAV, 90K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7210 TOYOTA 200 4 T O Y O TA C AMRY LE EXTRA CLEAN $6995 MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 2014 TOYOTA COROLLA $12,990. BLACK, S, 60K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 3 T O Y O TA CO R O LLA $12,990. SILVER, LE, 15K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 2 T O Y O TA PRIU S V $13,990.WHITE, V NAV, 89K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7210 TOYOTA 2018 TOYOTA CAMRY $21,990. GRAY, LE, 8,799 MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2014 TOYOTA AVALON $22,990. BLACK, LTD, 28K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER $23,911. SILVER, NAV, XLE, 83K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 TOYOTA VENZA $23,990. BLUE, 25K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 TOYOTA VENZA $25,990. SILVER, XLE, AWD, 30K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2016 TOYOTA TUNDRA $32,990. BLACK, LTD, NAV, 43K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 TOYOTA 4 RUNNER $33,987. MAGNETIC GRAY, LTD 36K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2015 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER $33,990. CREME, NAV, LTD, 25K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7220 VOLKSWAGEN 2012 VW JETTA S 62K MI MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7250 ANTIQUES/ COLLECTIBLES 1973 MGB GT $8,900. Under 50K Mi! 4 Spd, Dual Carbs, Nice! Don`t Miss Out! 412-848-9188 7260 AUTOS WANTED CASHFOR ALL TRUCKS & CARS ANY COND RUNNING OR NOT. 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The News Wire Sunday, April 29, 2018 STATE € NATIONAL € WORLD € BUSINESS € WEATHER RUSSIA: FLOATING NUCLEAR PLANT TOWED TO SEA FOR FUELING TRIPSee page 3 RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) „ Efforts to unravel the mysterious fate of North Carolinas fabled Lost Colony could bene“t after a preservation group took out its “rst-ever loan to buy a coastal tract where some colonists may have resettled hundreds of years ago. The 16th century English colonists who vanished after being left in the New World have piqued popular imagination and intrigued historians for centuries. One North Carolina community is even holding a Lost Colony Festival this weekend. The preservation of land linked to their disappearance could enable future researchers to shed new light on the historic riddle. The 1,000-acre property is so special historically and ecologically that the North Carolina Coastal Land Trust decided to take a risk and borrow $5.3 million for a real estate deal, said Lee Leidy, attorney and Northeast Region director for the trust. Its the “rst time in 26 years that the trust has done so. The trust plans to turn the property over to the state, eventually, preserving it for future study. It was a veritable time capsule of important historical events,Ž Leidy said. In addition to being the place where historians now believe some of the colonists resettled, the land in rural Bertie County has been home to an Indian village and to the plantation of Gov. Thomas Pollock, who served two stints as governor in the early 1700s. The land, which includes 3.5 miles along Salmon Creek, is important ecologically, with ”ood plain forests of cypress-gum swamp and Land deal will preserve site linked to Lost Colony mysteryBy MARTHA WAGGONERASSOCIATED PRESSRIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) „ U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Saudi Arabia on Saturday, the start of a Middle East visit that of“cials said he would use to call on European and other nations to impose further sanctions against Iran. Pompeo reached the Saudi capital shortly after Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen said they had “red eight ballistic missiles at Saudi Arabias southern city of Jizan. The Saudi civil defense directorate said one person had been killed by shrapnel from the attack, which damaged two houses. It said four missiles had been intercepted by the kingdoms air defense forces. Senior U.S. of“cials traveling with Pompeo blamed Iran for smuggling the missiles into Yemen. They said the incident underscored the importance of the Trump administrations push to counter Iranian supported-aggression in the region. Iran has backed the Houthi rebellion in Yemen and is helping Syrian President Bashar Assads government “ght rebels. Pompeo planned talks with the Saudi king, crown prince and foreign minister just weeks ahead of several key dates that could further roil the volatile region. After leaving Saudi Arabia on Sunday, Pompeo will ”y to Israel and Jordan before ending his “rst trip abroad as Americas top diplomat. The of“cials said Irans longand medium-range missile programs had to be countered as part of efforts to strengthen the Iran nuclear deal, from which President Donald Trump has threatened to withdraw. The of“cials said Pompeo would call on other nations to impose tougher sanctions against Iranian people, businesses and government agencies involved in missile development. They said hed also stress the U.S. commitment to the defense of Saudi Arabia, Israel and other friends and partners in the region. The of“cials traveling with Pompeo said the secretary would also raise Trumps concern about the festering dispute Pompeo kicks off Mideast leg of first trip as top US envoyBy MATTHEW LEEAP DIPLOMATIC WRITERWASHINGTON „ A furious President Donald Trump on Saturday called for the resignation of the Democratic senator who assembled and released what he called falseŽ allegations that scuttled the nomination of the White House doctor whod been in line to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs. Trump stepped up his criticism of Montanas Jon Tester, the top Democrat on the Senate Veterans Committee, in two tweets days after asserting that Tester has to have a big price to payŽ politically in the GOP friendly state for his leading role in Ronny Jacksons failed VA bid. Tester faces a competitive re-election race this year. Tester, in a statement, didnt directly respond to Trump but said he was committed to aiding veterans. At issue are allegations that Tester has said were brought to his attention by more than 20 military and retired military personnel whove worked with Jackson. Tester said not investigating would have been a dereliction of dutyŽ and said making them public was important for the sake of transparency. The charges against Jackson raised questions about his prescribing practices and leadership ability, including accusations of drunkenness on the job. Testers of“ce collected the allegations, FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. „ On the day after the Parkland school shooting, children across Florida were brought to hospitals by police or other authorities to undergo emergency mental health exams „ an unusually high number that kept climbing in the days that followed. On Feb. 27, about two weeks after the Valentines Day massacre, 195 children across Florida were taken for psychiatric observation under the states Baker Act. The number is the highest single daily total in nearly “ve years, according to “gures obtained by the Sun Sentinel. The data suggest that not only were children upset and fearful after the highly publicized shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, but schools and other professionals were more vigilant in hospitalizing children who might pose a threat to others „ like school shooter Nikolas Cruz, experts said. School and mental health professionals never sent Cruz for emergency psychiatric treatment despite their longstanding knowledge of his troubled mental health. Had he ever been committed for long-term treatment, he would have been banned from buying guns under federal law. 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Page 2 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 TODAY / TONIGHTMostly sunnyA moonlit skyHIGH 89 LOW 655% chance of rain 10% chance of rainPartly sunny89 / 610% chance of rain MONDAY GULF WATER TEMPERATUREPartly sunny and pleasant89 / 640% chance of rain TUESDAYPartly sunny and delightful90 / 650% chance of rain WEDNESDAYSunny92 / 665% chance of rain FRIDAYWarm with plenty of sun92 / 6415% chance of rain THURSDAY 2 5 10 10 5 2 Trees Grass Weeds Moldsabsentlowmoderatehighvery highabsent 050100150200300500 00-50 Good; 51-100 Moderate; 101-150 Unhealthy for sensitive groups; 151-200 Unhealthy; 201-300 Very Unhealthy; 301-500 HazardousSource : scgov.net 8 a.m. 10 a.m. Noon 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m.The higher the AccuWeather.com UV Index’ number, the greater the need for eye and skin protection. 0-2 Low; 3-5 Moderate; 6-7 High; 8-10 Very High; 11+ Extreme.RealFeel Temperature is the exclusive AccuWeather. com composite of effective temperature based on eight weather factors.UV Index and RealFeel Temperature TodayPrecipitation (in inches)Precipitation (in inches)Precipitation (in inches)Temperatures Temperatures TemperaturesSource : National Allergy Bureau CONDITIONS TODAY AIR QUALITY INDEX POLLEN INDEX WEATHER HISTORY WEATHER TRIVIA’ PORT CHARLOTTE SEBRING VENICE657891959084Air Quality Index readings as of SaturdayMain pollutant: N.A.Punta Gorda through 2 p.m. Saturday Sebring through 2 p.m. Saturday Venice through 2 p.m. Saturday24 hours through 2 p.m. Sat. 0.00Ž Month to date 1.15Ž Normal month to date 1.91Ž Year to date 4.32Ž Normal year to date 9.42Ž Record 1.35Ž (1995) 24 hours through 2 p.m. Sat. 0.00Ž 24 hours through 2 p.m. Sat. 0.00Ž Month to date 0.39Ž Normal month to date 2.37Ž Year to date 2.51Ž Normal year to date 10.86Ž Record 1.35Ž (1997) High/Low 86/61 Normal High/Low 87/63 Record High 96 (2017) Record Low 48 (1977) High/Low 81/59 High/Low 81/64 Normal High/Low 83/63 Record High 93 (1996) Record Low 51 (1978)Pollen Index readings as of Saturday MONTHLY RAINFALLMonth 2018 2017 Avg. Record/Year J an. 1.98 0.88 1.80 9.93/2016 Feb. 0.66 0.94 2.52 11.05/1983 Mar. 0.53 0.80 3.28 9.26/1970 Apr. 1.15 1.59 2.03 5.80/1994 May 2.74 2.50 9.45/1991 J un. 14.79 8.92 23.99/1974 J ul. 9.02 8.22 14.22/1995 Aug. 13.12 8.01 15.60/1995 Sep. 12.46 6.84 14.03/1979 Oct. 2.54 2.93 10.88/1995 Nov. 0.44 1.91 5.53/2002 Dec. 1.04 1.78 6.83/2002 Y ear 4.32 60.36 50.74 (since 1931) T otals are from a 24-hour period ending at 5 p.m. City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W FLORIDA CITIES Today Mon.Apalachicola 82 61 s 79 61 s Bradenton 85 67 s 87 65 pc Clearwater 84 68 s 85 67 s Coral Springs 85 71 pc 83 70 pc Daytona Beach 81 62 s 77 61 s Fort Lauderdale 84 73 pc 82 73 pc Fort Myers 89 69 s 89 65 s Gainesville 87 59 s 84 57 s Jacksonville 80 57 s 77 56 s Key Largo 82 74 pc 81 74 s Key West 82 76 pc 84 75 s Lakeland 87 63 s 86 59 s Melbourne 83 69 s 81 66 s Miami 85 72 pc 83 72 pc Naples 86 68 pc 89 66 s Ocala 86 57 s 83 54 s Okeechobee 84 62 s 81 58 pc Orlando 88 63 s 85 60 s Panama City 80 59 s 79 62 s Pensacola 83 57 s 79 63 s Pompano Beach 83 73 pc 81 72 pc St. Augustine 77 63 s 75 62 s St. Petersburg 88 65 s 89 64 s Sarasota 86 65 s 88 62 pc Tallahassee 85 55 s 85 56 s Tampa 88 68 s 89 65 pc Vero Beach 84 64 s 82 66 s West Palm Beach 83 70 pc 80 69 pc Punta Gorda Englewood Boca Grande El Jobean Venice High Low High Low Cape Sable to Tarpon Springs Tarpon Springs to Apalachicola Wind Speed Seas Bay/Inland direction in knots in feet chop TIDES MARINEPossible weather-related delays today. Check with your airline for the most updated schedules. Hi/Lo Outlook Delays AIRPORTToday 3:56a 9:31a 3:14p 10:37p Mon. 4:43a 9:52a 3:34p 11:14p Today 2:33a 7:47a 1:51p 8:53p Mon. 3:20a 8:08a 2:11p 9:30p Today 1:24a 6:29a 12:48p 7:31p Mon. 2:17a 6:57a 1:10p 8:13p Today 4:28a 10:00a 3:46p 11:06p Mon. 5:15a 10:21a 4:06p 11:43p Today 12:48a 6:26a 12:06p 7:32p Mon. 1:35a 6:47a 12:26p 8:09p SSE 6-12 0-1 Light NNE 7-14 1-2 LightFt. Myers 89/69 sun none Punta Gorda 90/62 sun none Sarasota 86/65 sun none The Sun Rise Set The Moon Rise Set Minor Major Minor MajorThe solunar period schedule allows planning days so you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good cover during those times. Major periods begin at the times shown and last for 1.5 to 2 hours. The minor periods are shorter. SUN AND MOON SOLUNAR TABLEForecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. 2018Full Apr 29 Last May 7 New May 15 First May 21 Today 7:51 p.m. 6:50 a.m. Monday 8:47 p.m. 7:28 a.m. Today 6:52 a.m. 8:00 p.m. Monday 6:51 a.m. 8:01 p.m. Today 5:42a 11:54a 6:05p ---Mon. 6:29a 12:17a 6:52p 12:41p Tue. 7:18a 1:06a 7:42p 1:30p Monterrey 73/66 Chihuahua 89/56 Los Angeles 70/55 Washington 60/44 New York 55/43 Miami 85/72 Atlanta 70/47 Detroit 58/38 Houston 82/58 Kansas City 71/57 Chicago 61/43 Minneapolis 72/52 El Paso 89/65 Denver 79/48 Billings 66/42 San Francisco 64/51 Seattle 60/47 Toronto 51/35 Montreal 48/43 Winnipeg 74/53 Ottawa 44/37 WORLD CITIESCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo WCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo W City Hi Lo W Hi Lo WCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo WWeather (W): s -sunny, pc -partly cloudy, c -cloudy, sh -showers, t -thunderstorms, r -rain, sf -snow flurries, sn -snow, i -ice. THE NATION Cold Warm Stationary Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow IceShown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day. Fronts Precipitation -10s-0s0s10s20s30s40s50s60s70s80s90s100s110sU.S. ExtremesPublication date: 04/29/18 Today Mon. Today Mon. Today Mon. Today Mon.Albuquerque 82 52 s 77 52 s Anchorage 44 39 sh 48 39 c Atlanta 70 47 s 75 53 s Baltimore 59 40 pc 69 48 s Billings 66 42 t 54 40 r Birmingham 72 46 s 78 54 s Boise 59 40 r 62 40 c Boston 57 41 pc 51 43 c Buffalo 48 34 c 56 45 s Burlington, VT 51 41 sh 54 42 c Charleston, WV 60 36 pc 70 45 s Charlotte 68 42 s 73 50 s Chicago 61 43 s 71 56 s Cincinnati 60 37 s 70 49 s Cleveland 51 36 pc 65 50 s Columbia, SC 73 45 s 76 51 s Columbus, OH 57 37 s 69 48 s Concord, NH 55 37 sh 53 37 c Dallas 84 62 pc 81 66 pc Denver 79 48 pc 72 42 pc Des Moines 71 56 s 81 64 c Detroit 58 38 s 70 52 s Duluth 63 49 s 72 56 c Fairbanks 53 38 pc 46 34 c Fargo 72 57 s 74 42 t Hartford 57 38 pc 53 40 c Helena 61 37 r 55 37 c Honolulu 80 66 s 81 70 pc Houston 82 58 pc 81 66 pc Indianapolis 60 38 s 71 51 s Jackson, MS 76 49 s 79 53 s Kansas City 71 57 s 79 63 pc Knoxville 64 39 s 73 46 s Las Vegas 84 61 s 80 59 pc Los Angeles 70 55 pc 67 55 pc Louisville 65 41 s 75 52 s Memphis 69 47 s 76 56 s Milwaukee 54 40 s 66 55 s Minneapolis 72 52 s 80 62 pc Montgomery 75 45 s 80 53 s Nashville 66 40 s 75 52 s New Orleans 83 64 s 82 67 s New York City 55 43 pc 56 48 pc Norfolk, VA 64 49 s 69 54 s Oklahoma City 80 60 pc 77 64 pc Omaha 74 60 pc 83 63 pc Philadelphia 56 41 pc 66 46 pc Phoenix 93 65 s 86 62 s Pittsburgh 53 36 pc 65 46 s Portland, ME 51 40 r 52 38 c Portland, OR 58 46 sh 58 47 c Providence 60 40 pc 53 42 c Raleigh 66 42 s 71 48 s Salt Lake City 68 45 c 59 43 pc St. Louis 65 47 s 76 59 s San Antonio 81 64 pc 77 66 pc San Diego 66 58 pc 65 56 pc San Francisco 64 51 pc 63 50 pc Seattle 60 47 sh 58 47 c Washington, DC 60 44 pc 71 51 s Amsterdam 58 49 r 59 43 r Baghdad 76 63 s 82 65 s Beijing 89 60 s 76 54 pc Berlin 77 57 pc 75 47 t Buenos Aires 74 59 r 69 54 s Cairo 94 76 pc 96 77 s Calgary 45 31 r 51 36 c Cancun 84 73 pc 86 75 pc Dublin 49 36 pc 52 37 pc Edmonton 48 30 r 55 36 c Halifax 61 42 r 49 37 r Kiev 77 54 pc 77 53 s London 49 39 c 43 39 r Madrid 56 38 pc 57 39 sh Mexico City 76 58 pc 78 56 pc Montreal 48 43 r 55 43 c Ottawa 44 37 r 58 36 c Paris 60 43 r 52 40 r Regina 73 37 pc 46 33 r Rio de Janeiro 84 70 s 85 71 s Rome 78 59 pc 71 54 pc St. Johns 61 39 r 45 33 c San Juan 86 75 s 86 75 pc Sydney 69 59 pc 70 57 s Tokyo 75 62 s 73 63 pc Toronto 51 35 s 65 45 s Vancouver 55 45 sh 57 47 pc Winnipeg 74 53 s 59 35 cHigh ................... 90 at Gila Bend, AZLow ................. 16 at Embarrass, MN(For the 48 contiguous states yesterday)73An April 29, 1874, cold snap brought 0.50 of an inch of snow to New York City, its latest measurable snowfall on record. Q: What is the worlds deadliest natural disaster?A: Flooding. Port Charlotte Tampa Bradenton Englewood Fort Myers Myakka City Punta Gorda Lehigh Acres Hull Arcadia Bartow Winter Haven Plant City Brandon St. Petersburg Wauchula Sebring Lake Wales Frostproof La Belle Felda Lake Placid Brighton Venus Longboat Key Placida Osprey Limestone Apollo Beach Venice Ft. Meade Sarasota Clearwater Boca Grande Cape Coral Sanibel Bonita Springs Shown is todays weather. Temperatures are todays highs and tonights lows. North Port 89/65 87/64 88/66 88/65 87/63 88/63 87/63 86/61 87/63 88/68 85/67 85/70 86/66 89/69 88/64 90/62 88/65 90/63 89/64 87/63 87/64 88/63 88/63 88/65 87/64 83/67 86/66 85/66 89/63 86/65 85/66 86/63 86/65 84/68 85/70 87/67 88/67 88/65 bottomland hardwood forest. The military also uses the area as a central training route and supported the preservation, Leidy said. The nonpro“t trust, which has preserved almost 70,000 undeveloped acres since 1992, purchased the land last year and plans to pay off the loans with money from grants. While theres no speci“c timetable for turning the property over to the state, an of“cial from the N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation will visit the site May 14, Leidy said. Englands ill-fated “rst settlement in North America was established in 1587, when 116 English settlers landed on Roanoke Island in what is now North Carolina, led by explorer John White. He left them there when he sailed back to England that same year for more supplies. When he returned in 1590, delayed by war between England and Spain, none of the colonists remained. White knew the majority had planned to move 50 miles into the maine,Ž as he wrote, referring to the mainland. The only clues he found about the fate of the other two dozen were the word CROATOANŽ carved into a post and CROŽ lettered on a tree trunk, leading historians to suspect they moved south to live with American Indians on whats now Hatteras Island. Archaeologists now believe that some found their way to the land in Bertie County. The possibility “rst came to light in 2012, when researchers at the British Museum in London announced they had found a drawing of a fort that had been obscured under a patch on a map of Virginia and North Carolina drawn by White in the 1580s. The drawing placed the fort in an area of Bertie County where archaeologists have found colonial-era English pottery and signs of a Native American village. While the area is best known now for its probable Lost Colony connection, it has more pottery shards from the Indian village of Mettaquem than from the Europeans, said Nick Luccketti, co-vice president of the First Colony Foundation, the group spearheading the archaeological dig on a parcel known as Site X. The Native Americans are a hugely important part of the story,Ž said Phil Evans, president of the foundation. We tend to take a Euro-centric view but ... that site can tell a whole century of North Carolina history from 1584 to the Tuscarora wars of the 1700s. Its a century of North Carolina history thats often forgotten because there are no standing structures for people to see.Ž Luccketti and Evans believe perhaps up to 12 members of the Lost Colony settled on Site X, possibly as a watch party for incoming friendly or enemy ships. The remains of other small settlements or a single large one could be located nearby in areas where they havent dug, they said. Meanwhile, the small town of Windsor, population about 27,000, is hosting its third annual Lost Colony Festival on Saturday. The towns tourism director, Billy Smithwick, envisions a Lost Colony visitors center there after the state takes over the property, along with other attractions to attract visitors. Its a little gift from heaven,Ž he said.COLONYFROM PAGE 1 PHOTO PROVIDED BY FIRST COLONY FOUNDATION VIA APIn this 2017 photo provided by the First Colony Foundation, archaeologist Anthony W. Smith records information on a grid square that he excavated at Site X, in Bertie County, N.C. Experts say the way authorities matched DNA from decadesold crime scenes to a suspect arrested this week in the Golden State Killer case represents something new. Ruth Dickover, director of UC Davis forensic science program, described law enforcements approach as a glimpse into a future in which virtually all genetic information is accessible to the government. Unlike a Social Security number that can be forged,Ž she said, your DNA is your DNA, and its with you from birth to even a little after death.Ž The arrest of Joseph James DeAngelo Jr. this week in the terrifying attacks in the 1970s and 1980s has sparked debate about police tactics and whether the DNA match raises privacy concerns.How exactly did they make the match?It hinged on GEDmatch.com, an open-source platform in which people volunteer their genetic information in hopes of “nding long-lost family members. The largest genealogy services, 23andme and Ancestry.com, conduct DNA tests for paying customers but largely shield their “ndings from other parties. GEDmatch is a free service; consenting users upload test results from a variety of genealogy websites and cross-reference their “ndings to discover relatives who might have tested with different companies. Its kind of intended to be unregulated so people on their own initiative can load their information,Ž UC Berkeley law professor Andrea Roth said. Its easy to see why people would cheer the use of such tactics, Roth said. But before we celebrate, we have to remember that the government probably looked at a lot of innocent people before getting here,Ž she said.What does GEDmatch have to say?GEDmatch says it was not approached by law enforcement regarding the case, but it said users should be cognizant their data could be used by outside parties. While the database was created for genealogical research, it is important that GEDmatch participants understand the possible uses of their DNA, including identi“cation of relatives that have committed crimes or were victims of crimes,Ž the company said in a statement. If you are concerned about non-genealogical uses of your DNA, you should not upload your DNA to the database and/ or you should remove your DNA that has already been uploaded.Ž Founded in 2011, the site is run by genealogical enthusiasts and is funded by donations and sales of more sophisticated search features. It has amassed around 950,000 user pro“les „ a fraction of 23andmes more than 2 million customers and Ancestry.coms 10 million test-takers. But GEDmatchs data are not encrypted and are stored in plain text. The companys privacy policy warns its information could be used for purposes beyond genealogical research. That made the site the perfect tool for investigators, who were able to search without needing a warrant and parse genetic pro“les of a new swath of individuals who hadnt previously been arrested.What are the privacy concerns?DNA doesnt simply identify an individual, warned Lee Tien, senior staff attorney for the Electronic Frontier Foundation. It identi“es whole families. People say, I signed this consent form, but he or she is not the only one. The privacy of everyone Im related to is affected,Ž Tien said. If investigators had no reasonable suspicion the Golden State Killer or his relatives were GEDmatch users, the tactic is the de“nition of a “shing expedition,Ž Tien said. Melissa Deangelo, a GEDmatch.com user from Mississippi, said Friday she was surprised by the companys disclosure that DNA housed on the site may have played a role in the suspects arrest. Is it an invasion of privacy? Yes,Ž she said. Was it worth the risk considering what he was doing? It was.Ž Former Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. Steve Cooley thinks the public safety bene“t of mining DNA outweighs privacy concerns. Law enforcement was creative and resourceful, and what they did was lawful and I commend them,Ž Cooley said. It doesnt mean there wont be issues raised, but at the end of day, you have to give a certain amount of weight to taking a serial murderer and rapist who has been unapprehended for four decades off the streets.ŽCRACKING THE GOLDEN STATE KILLER CASE: Clever detective work or a violation of privacy?By JOSEPH SERNA, RICHARD WINTON, TRACEY LIEN, BENJAMIN ORESKES and PAIGE ST. JOHNLOS ANGELES TIMESFROM PAGE ONE/NATIONAL NEWS

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The Sun /Sunday, April 29, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 3 PESTTAPEPAREEBPLUS TACHEVENOCALAABASE STARESANDSTRIPSPACER DEPORTNAIFSAYSTUSA NEWMOMSTASISHICCUP CIGSFATHERINONESCAPE ANOSTARDMXELMER PTAMICAHREALDADS NOTEAMOMENTTOSPARCIO ALESEAOOZECATHER CHURLDRTGRAZE HYPNOSPRESUMEWEI OPSJETEPROPELLEDPLAN WEARXINGDELTAEMO NUDIEAIDNASTGEM HADLESSHORSEMANEKITE ELDESTURBANAOAFISH AGOASAMIPETSSALLYS VOWELLEASTBUTNOTLAST ERNSTORNOTRYANETTA NESTSPIANOEXESRESTANSWERS to crosswordWORLD NEWSLONDON „ Al“e Evans, a British toddler with a degenerative brain condition whose parents lost a legal battle to keep him on life support at a Vatican hospital, was mourned with balloons set free in the sky and prayers from the pope after he died Saturday weeks shy of his second birthday. Kate James and Tom Evans said their sons death overnight in Liverpool, England had left them heartbroken.Ž Al“es condition left him with almost no brain function, and multiple courts ruled that keeping him alive was not in his best interests before doctors removed his ventilator “ve days ago. My gladiator lay down his shield and gained his wings at 02:30,Ž Evans, 21, wrote in a Facebook post decorated with a broken heart and crying emojis. As news spread in the community, dozens of people laid ”owers and mementoes in a park near Alder Hey Childrens Hospital in Liverpool, where Al“e was treated. About 1,000 people gathered 12 hours after the boy died to release blue and purple balloons in solidarity with the grieving mother and father who had struggled to come to terms with their childs terminal illness. James, 20, posted a message on social media thanking everyone who supported the family through Al“es illness and court “ght. Al“es case sparked a medical ethics debate that resonated far beyond Britain. Doctors overseeing his care said further treatment was futile and he should be allowed to die. But his parents fought for months to try to convince judges to allow them to take him to the Vaticans childrens hospital, where life support would have been maintained. Under British law, courts are asked to intervene when parents and doctors disagree on the right course of treatment for a child. In such cases, the rights of the child take primacy over the parents right to decide whats best for their daughters and sons. Pope Francis, who met with Evans and publicly supported the parents campaign to bring Al“e to Bambino Gesu Hospital, wrote condolences that were posted Saturday on Twitter. I am deeply moved by the death of little Al“e,Ž Francis said. Today I pray especially for his parents, as God the Father receives him in his tender embrace.Ž Italy granted Al“e citizenship and put a military plane on standby to transport him to Rome, if the courts allowed it. Goodbye, little Al“e. We loved you,Ž Italian Foreign Minister Angelino Alfano tweeted Saturday. Tensions between the toddlers parents and the hospital had eased in recent days. Evans, who earlier said doctors were wrong about Al“es prognosis and threatened to resume the court battle over his care, pledged to work with hospital staff to give his son dignity and comfortŽ in his “nal days. Our lives have been turned upside down by the intense focus on Al“e and his situation,Ž Evans said Thursday outside the Liverpool hospital. He thanked the hospital staff for their dignity and professionalism during what must be an incredibly dif“cult time for them too.Ž Alder Hey issued a statement to express heartfelt sympathy and condolences to Al“es family.Ž All of us feel deeply for Al“e, Kate, Tom and his whole family and our thoughts are with them,Ž the hospital said. This has been a devastating journey for them, and we would ask that their privacy and the privacy of staff at Alder Hey is respected.Ž Al“es case received widespread attention outside Britain, especially in predominantly Catholic countries. Pope Francis recently appealed for the wishes of the boys parents to be heeded, saying only God can decide who dies. Of“cials in Poland and Italy criticized Britains courts and state-run National Health Service. A leading right-wing politician in Italy, Veneto Gov. Luca Zaia, said that in Al“e, the so-called civilized world has supplied the latest proof of enormous incivility.Ž Supporters of the parents staged angry protests regularly outside the hospital and tried to storm the entrance at times. Alder Hey asked for tributes to Al“e to be left in a park next door so the hospitals work wasnt disrupted.Boy whose parents fought to keep life support mourned in UKBy DANICA KIRKA and SYLVIA HUIASSOCIATED PRESS ALFIES ARMY OFFICIAL VIA APIn this April 23, handout photo provided by Ales Army Ocial, brain-damaged toddler Ale Evans cuddles his mother Kate James at Alder Hey Hospital, Liverpool, England. Kate James and Tom Evans, the parents, said on Facebook that 23-month-old Ale Evans, who had an incurable degenerative brain condition and was at the center of a legal battle over his treatment, died early morning Saturday.Greece approves 1.2 billion-euro US deal for F-16 fighters Manager of Iranian newspaper detained in libel case Egypt jails 13 police for taking part in protestAzerbaijan: High-rise planned as Trump hotel catches fireSpain: Gang rape verdicts spur 3rd day of Pamplona protests Russian Orthodox leader on 1st Albania visit by church headATHENS, Greece (AP) „ A panel of senior Greek government and military of“cials has approved a $1.45 billion deal to upgrade more than half of the countrys American-made F-16 “ghter planes. Of“cials say the deal approved by the Greek cabinet on Saturday will give 85 of Greeces ”eet of F-16s capabilities similar to the much more advanced F-35 “ghters minus stealth technology. The terms of the agreement call for Greece to pay for the improvements until 2027 or 2028, but the U.S. agreed to cap annual payments at 150 million euros ($182 million) after that. U.S. Ambassador to Greece Geoffrey Pyatt tweeted that the approval built on Prime Minister Alexis Tsiprass visit to the White House in October. Tsipras leads the Greek cabinet. TEHRAN, Iran (AP) „ Iranian authorities have detained the head of a reformist newspaper over an article that alleged prostitution at a residential complex in the eastern city of Mashhad. The semi-of“cial ISNA news agency reported Saturday that several people “led legal complaints about the article in the Shargh newspaper, saying it had insulted women. The article provided no evidence to support its claim of prostitution. ISNA quoted Hassan Heidari, the deputy prosecutor in Mashhad, as saying that the newspapers director general, Mehdi Rahmanian, was detained and will be required to pay compensation to the plaintiffs. Iran has detained a number of reform-minded journalists over the years and shuttered media seen as overly critical of the government. CAIRO (AP) „ An Egyptian court has sentenced 13 policemen to between three and “ve years in prison for taking part in a 2015 strike demanding higher pay and better working conditions. Eleven were sentenced to three years in prison and two were sentenced to “ve on charges of illegal assembly, inciting against the Interior Ministry, which is in charge of law enforcement, and belonging to an outlawed group. The Cairo Criminal Courts verdict on Saturday was reported by the state-run Al-Ahram website. The verdict can be appealed. In 2015, hundreds of policemen went on strike in the northeastern province of Sharqiya. Egypt outlawed all unauthorized protests in 2013, after the military overthrew an elected Islamist president amid mass protests calling for his resignation. BAKU, Azerbaijan „ A high-rise building in Azerbaijans capital that once was intended to be a Trump-branded hotel caught “re Saturday, but the ”ames were put out and no injuries were reported. The 33-story building had few visible signs of damage to its exterior once “re“ghters, who sprayed water into the structure from trucks, extinguished the blaze. The “res cause has not been established, authorities said. Re”ecting the buildings significance in Azerbaijan, Emergency Situations Minister Kamalladin Heydarov was at the scene. The ministry said the “re started on the 18th ”oor and burned for three hours. The “re lasted a long time due to a lack of water,Ž Deputy Minister Etibar Mammadov said. The reasons for the “re are being investigatedŽ The Trump Organization canceled its licensing deal for the planned hotel in December 2016, one month after Donald Trump was elected U.S. president. The company had partnered on the project with Anar Mammadov, the son of the transport minister of Azerbaijan at the time, Ziya Mammadov. The elder Mammadov was suspected by U.S. diplomats of laundering money for Irans military, according to leaked diplomatic cables made available in 2010. Financial disclosures “led by his campaign, Trump earned between $2.5 million and $2.8 million in management fees from the unopened hotel. Plans to open the high-rise as a business center so far havent materialized. MADRID (AP) „ Tens of thousands of people have marched in northern Spain for a third consecutive day to protest the acquittal of “ve men on gang rape charges. Local police in Pamplona estimated the size of the crowd at Saturdays march was 35,000. An 18-year-old woman was attacked during the citys famed San Fermin bull-running festival in 2016. The “ve men, whose members named their WhatsApp group The Pack,Ž were convicted Thursday on a lesser felony of sexual abuse and sentenced to nine years each in prison. Lawyers say the victim is appealing the verdict. The courts decision has also prompted thousands of women to share their experiences of abuse on Twitter under the hashtag #cuentalo, Spanish for #tellit. The Spanish government has announced plans to convene discussions on possible legal reforms. TIRANA, Albania (AP) „ The leader of the Russian Orthodox Church is making the “rst visit to Albania by a head of the Russian church. Patriarch Kirill arrived Saturday at Tirana-Mother Teresa International Airport, where he was welcomed by the primate of Albanias Autocephalous Orthodox Church, Archbishop Anastasios. | HEADLINES AROUND THE WORLD AP PHOTOAzerbaijani reghters work at the scene of the Trump-branded building in Baku, Azerbaijan, Saturday. A building in Azerbaijan which was once intended to be a Trump-branded hotel has caught re. ST. PETERSBURG, Russia „ A ”oating nuclear power plant built in Russia has embarked on its “rst sea voyage so its reactors can be loaded with fuel. The ”oating plant, the Akademik Lomonosov, was towed on Saturday out of the St. Petersburg shipyard where it was constructed. It is to be pulled through the Baltic Sea and around the northern tip of Norway to Murmansk in northwest Russia, where the nuclear reactors are to be fueled. The Lomonosov is to be put into service in 2019 in the Arctic off the coast of Chukotka in the far east, providing power for a port town and for oil rigs. The project has been widely criticized by environmentalists. Greenpeace has dubbed it a ”oating Chernobyl.ŽRussia: Floating nuclear plant towed to sea for fueling tripTHE ASSOCIATED PRESSTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP PHOTOThe oating nuclear power plant, the Akademik Lomonosov, is towed out of the St. Petersburg shipyard where it was constructed in St.Petersburg, Russia, Saturday. The Akademik Lomonosov is to be loaded with nuclear fuel in Murmansk, then towed to position in the Far East in 2019. The archbishop says this “rst historical peace visitŽ is of remarkable importance.Ž Kirill also plans to meet with Albanias president and prime minister during his three-day trip. Albania was a close ally of the Soviet Union after World War II. The countrys communist regime banned religion in 1967, turning churches, mosques and other places of worship into shopping centers, sports halls and theaters. The regime fell in 1990. The population of 3 million people is mostly Muslim, but there also are Orthodox and Catholic communities.

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Page 4 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 ALMANAC Today is Sunday, April 29, the 119th day of 2018. There are 246 days left in the year. Today in history On April 29, 1968, the counterculture rock musical HairŽ heralding the Age of AquariusŽ opened at Broadways Biltmore Theater following limited engagements off-Broadway, beginning a run of 1,750 performances. On this date In 1429 Joan of Arc entered the besieged city of Orleans to lead a French victory over the English. In 1798 Joseph Haydns oratorio The CreationŽ was rehearsed in Vienna, Austria, before an invited audience. In 1861 the Maryland House of Delegates voted 53-13 against seceding from the Union. In Montgomery, Alabama, President Jefferson Davis asked the Confederate Congress for the authority to wage war. In 1916 the Easter Rising in Dublin collapsed as Irish nationalists surrendered to British authorities. In 1945 during World War II, American soldiers liberated the Dachau concentration camp. Adolf Hitler married Eva Braun inside his FuhrerbunkerŽ and designated Adm. Karl Doenitz president. In 2011 Britains Prince William and Kate Middleton were married in an opulent ceremony at Londons Westminster Abbey. Todays birthdays Actor Keith Baxter is 85. Bluesman Otis Rush is 83. Conductor Zubin Mehta is 82. Disgraced financier Bernard Madoff is 80. Pop singer Bob Miranda (The Happenings) is 76. Comedian Jerry Seinfeld is 64. Actor Leslie Jordan is 63. Actress Kate Mulgrew is 63. Actor Daniel Day-Lewis is 61. Actress Michelle Pfeiffer is 60. Singer Carnie Wilson (Wilson Phillips) is 50. Actor Paul Adelstein is 49. Actress Uma Thurman is 48. Rapper Master P is 48. Actor Darby Stanchfield is 47. Rock musician Mike Hogan (The Cranberries) is 45. Actor Tyler Labine is 40. Actress Megan Boone is 35. Bible verse Keep thy foot when thou goest to the house of God, and be more ready to hear, than to give the sacrifice of fools: for they consider not that they do evil.Ž „ Ecclesiastes 5:1 We are all probably guilty of not being more ready to hearŽ „ the Lord. Take time to listen to God by reading the Bible and meditating on its truths. CINCINNATI (AP) „ Police say a woman who stole a butter”y from an Ohio botanical garden exhibit has been arrested. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports Spring“eld Township police on Friday arrested 36-year-old Jamie Revis, of Spring“eld Township. Shes charged with theft for stealing a blue morpho butter”y from Krohn Conservatory in Cincinnati two weeks ago. The theft was recorded by a surveillance camera, prompting police to seek the publics help in “nding the butter”y thief. Court documents say police used information from an Instagram account to arrest Revis. Blue morpho butter”ies are native to Central and South American rainforests and have life cycles lasting about 115 days. Its unclear whether the butter”y has been recovered. Court records dont indicate whether Revis has an attorney.ODD NEWS Woman charged with stealing butterfly from Ohio exhibit between Qatar on one side and its Gulf Cooperation Council partners Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates on the other. The dispute, the of“cials said, is hampering uni“ed efforts to confront Irans increasing assertiveness and giving Iran room to expand its in”uence. Pompeo will also press the Saudis on contributing more to stabilization efforts in territory in Syria recently liberated from the Islamic State group. The of“cials were not authorized to publicly preview Pompeos meetings with Saudi leaders and spoke on condition of anonymity. Trump has set a May 12 deadline to decide whether to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal, something he appears likely to do despite heavy pressure to stay in from European and other parties. Two days later, the U.S. plans to open its new embassy in Jerusalem. That will mark a signi“cant shift in decades of American policy toward Israel and the Palestinians, who also claim the holy city as their capital. The embassy move is deeply opposed by the Palestinians, who on May 15 will mark the anniversary of what they term the nabka,Ž or catastrophe, when they ”ed or were driven from their homes during the 1948 Palestine war. Dozens of Palestinians have been killed by Israeli “re during recent violent protests along border between Israel and Gaza. On Friday at a NATO foreign ministers meeting in Brussels, the “rst stop on his trip, Pompeo repeated Trumps pledge to withdraw from the Iran deal unless it is signi“cantly strengthened. He said the U.S. was unlikelyŽ to stay in if that was not done. Absent a substantial “x, absent overcoming the shortcomings, the ”aws of the deal, he is unlikely to stay in that deal past this May,Ž Pompeo said. Also looming over the trip is uncertainty over Trumps policy on Syria, which has shifted between a speedy all-out withdrawal of American forces from the country and leaving a lasting footprint to deter Iran from completing a land bridge from Tehran to Beirut.MIDEASTFROM PAGE 1 psychiatric help for Cruz „ will be a key focus of a commission set up by the Florida Legislature to investigate system failures that led to the massacre of 17 Stoneman Douglas students and teachers. In a state without easy access to mental health care, the Baker Act has become the foremost way to get help for those in distress. It allows for people who are too sick to care for themselves „ or at risk of killing themselves or others „ to be held for up to 72 hours for a psychiatric exam and possibly be committed by a judge for longer treatment. Between 2011 and 2016, the number of children hospitalized under the act rose by nearly 50 percent, far higher than the growth in the states population, according to the University of South Florida, which tracks Baker Acts. Among the reasons cited for the increase: cyberbullying, limited mental health services, a shift away from arresting juveniles, and mass shootings, according to a 2017 Florida Department of Children and Families report. The Parkland shooting, at least in the initial weeks, drove the numbers even higher, according to the universitys data, which is preliminary. Typically this school year an average of 118 children a day underwent involuntary mental exams in Florida. The day after the Parkland shooting, there were at least 177 Baker Acts of children statewide. On Feb. 20, there were 188. The 195 seen on Feb. 27 appears to be the peak, the universitys numbers show. In March the “gures dropped and were more in line with the daily average before the shooting, as fears dissipated and children coped better. There was a true increase in anxiety, stress and depression leading people to feel like they were unsafe,Ž said Jill EhrenreichMay, a University of Miami associate professor in child psychology. In addition, school professionals naturally wanted to make sure nobody slipped through the cracks again.Ž In the two weeks after the shooting, Broward schools sent 34 children to hospitals for psychiatric exams, district data shows. Thats more than twice the number they sent in all of January. Most of the 34 students were considered suicidal, but seven were described as homicidal. Due to privacy laws, no details were provided on the nature of those cases or the ages of the children. The shooting itself is what triggered this spike,Ž said Antoine Hickman, executive director of the Broward Public Schools Exceptional Student Learning Support Division. Why wasnt Cruz, who had an emotional behavioral disorder, a chaotic home life and other complex developmental disabilities, ever hospitalized by authorities? Thats the million-dollar question. It seems like he should have been,Ž said Ehrenreich-May, the University of Miami expert. Predicting whether a child will act on an impulse to kill himself or someone else is very dif“cult, research shows. The Baker Act law has limitations „ designed to protect peoples freedom and liberties „ which, in this case, failed Cruz. Under the law, authorities must have a reason to believe that someone is likely to seriously hurt himself or others in the near future. Records show Cruz was able to fend off attempts to hospitalize him by simply denying that he had any intention of killing himself or anyone else. For example, in a 2013 incident at the Cruzs Parkland home, Nikolas, then 13, threw a chair, yelled, called his mother a useless bitch,Ž and barricaded himself in his room, according to a police report. A sheriffs deputy went so far as to handcuff him and put him in the back of a cruiser while assessing the situation. A counselor from Henderson Behavioral Health arrived, his mom gave him medicine, and he calmed down. He had no injuries and there were no guns in his room. The counselor told the deputy that because his behavior was under control, and he did not make any threats of harm to him or others, a Baker Act was not needed,Ž according to the police report. A few years later, authorities had another opportunity but failed to act. In late September 2016, Cruz allegedly told a classmate he drank gasoline the prior week, had cut his arms, and had a gun at home and was thinking of using it, according to mental health records. The school resource of“cer at Stoneman Douglas, Broward Sheriffs Deputy Scot Peterson „ later tarred publicly for failing to rush into the freshman building to halt Cruzs murderous attack „ wanted then to hospitalize Cruz. Two school counselors agreed. But it wasnt done, for reasons that currently remain unclear. Instead, a counselor from Henderson questioned Nikolas and he denied drinking gas and said he owned only a pellet gun. He admitted scratching his arm with a pencil sharpener blade over a breakup with a girl, but said he was no longer lonely and had no desire to kill himself or anyone else. The counselor drew up a safety planŽ for Cruz that included coping strategies in times of stress, such as reading magazines, watching TV, “shing and spending time with pets. His mother was told to lock up sharp objects and alcohol. He was not hospitalized. The following day, Sept. 29, 2016, a school guidance counselor asked Henderson to again evaluate Cruz because he was talking of buying a gun, now that he was 18. The counselor feared his mom would allow him to get a state ID so he could make the purchase. On that day, the school resource of“cer did not believe Cruz met the criteria to be hospitalized, the assessment notes show. The school instead created another safety plan,Ž that involved taking Nikolas backpack away from him, noting that he had written the word killŽ in a notebook because he was mad at his mom, the records show. Another Henderson counselor visited the home, and Cruz explained: I was angry then, but I wouldnt hurt my mom.Ž The counselor wrote: Currently there are no guns at the home. At this time client does not meet criteria for B.A. (Baker Act).ŽMENTAL HEALTHFROM PAGE 1which included a claim that Jackson got drunk and wrecked a government vehicleŽ at a Secret Service going-away party. Trump tweeted early Saturday that the allegations are proving false. The Secret Service is unable to con“rm (in fact they deny) any of the phony Democrat charges which have absolutely devastated the wonderful Jackson family. Tester should resign.Ž Trump said people in Montana, a state he won by 20 percentage points in 2016, will not stand for this kind of slander.Ž He called Jackson the kind of man that those in Montana would most respect and admire, and now, for no reason whatsoever, his reputation has been shattered. Not fair, Tester!Ž Before leaving for a rally in Michigan, Trump directed another tweet at Tester, likening the senators claims against Jackson to the phony Russian CollusionŽ accusations leveled against Trumps 2016 campaign. Tester should lose race in Montana. Very dishonest and sick!Ž A written statement by Tester didnt respond directly to Trumps remarks. Its my duty to make sure Montana veterans get what they need and have earned, and Ill never stop “ghting for them as their Senator,Ž it said. It also said Trump has signed eight Tester bills on veterans into law. A spokeswoman for the committee chairman, Sen. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., declined comment Saturday on Trumps tweets. When Amanda Maddox was asked whether Isakson was troubled by Testers release of the allegations, she cited comments the chairman made Thursday: Everyone has an obligation if they make a charge to release it. And everyone who is charged has a right to have a day in court to be heard.Ž The White House said Friday, one day after Jackson withdrew his nomination, that internal records raise doubt about some of the most serious accusations. The White House said its records, including police reports, show Jackson was in three minor incidents in government vehicles during the past “ve years, but none involved the use of alcohol and he was not found to be at fault. In one case, a side-view mirror was clipped by a passing truck. In another incident an enraged driver in Montgomery County, Maryland, allegedly punched out Jacksons window during a morning drive to Camp David. The White House medical unit that Jackson ran successfully passed regular controlled substance audits, according to the records for the last three years. The reviews did recommend improvements to the medical units handling of controlled substances, but did not “nd misconduct. The Associated Press reviewed the documents Friday. They were the result of an internal White House review of allegations raised against Jackson during his brief con“rmation process. The White House says the records disprove the allegations. Testers of“ce has not speci“ed the time frame during which the alleged misconduct occurred, and a spokeswoman on Friday said the of“ce would not comment until it knew more about the White House records. Separately, the Secret Service said it has no evidence to support an allegation that its personnel intervened to prevent Jackson from disturbing former President Barack Obama during a foreign trip in 2015. In a statement dated Thursday, the Secret Service said it had conducted a thorough reviewŽ of internal documents related to Obamas foreign trips in 2015 and interviewed people who were present. The agency said it has found no information that would indicate the allegation is accurateŽ and no record of any incident involving Jackson. CNN had reported allegations that Jackson drunkenly banged on the hotel room door of a female employee and that Secret Service personnel intervened out of concern that he would wake Obama. Jackson has denied the accusations, calling them baseless and anonymous attacksŽ on his character and integrity that are completely false and fabricated.Ž The Democratic staff on the Senate committee also claimed Jackson had doled out such a large supply of a prescription opioid that staffers panicked because they thought the drugs were missing. They said their allegations were based on conversations with 23 of Jacksons current and former colleagues at the White House Medical Unit.TESTERFROM PAGE 1 US House OKs balloon pilot medical exams after Texas crashPolice: man who killed Maine deputy in custodyAUSTIN, Texas (AP) „ The U.S. House has approved a measure requiring medical checks for commercial hot air balloon pilots in an effort to avoid a reoccurrence of a 2016 crash that killed 16 people in Texas. The House voted Friday on a wide-ranging Federal Aviation Administration bill that includes a provision requiring medical checks similar to those required for helicopter and airline pilots. The vote comes after federal investigators last year scolded the FAA for lax oversight in the wake of the deadliest hot air balloon crash in U.S. history. The National Transportation Safety Board has determined that Alfred Nichols was probably impaired by Valium, opioids and other drugs before the takeoff south of Austin. NORRIDGEWOCK, Maine (AP) „ The search for a man accused of killing a sheriffs deputy came to an end Saturday, the fourth day of an intense manhunt in the woods of central Maine. The Maine Department of Public Safety reported that 29-year-old John Williams was in custody but declined to release details of his arrest. Williams was wanted in the fatal shooting early Wednesday of Cpl. Eugene Cole in the town of Norridgewock. Police declined to say whether Williams had been apprehended, or had turned himself in. On Saturday, the slain deputys | HEADLINES AROUND THE NATIONwife made a personal appeal to his killer to turn himself in, or at least talk to police. Sheryl Cole assured the gunman in a statement that this is all that were asking of you. Please, please talk to us.Ž She promised Williams that hed be treated with dignity and respect.Ž About 200 law enforcement of“cials had been taking part in the manhunt each day since Wednesday. On Saturday, searchers were using foot patrols and aircraft in a certain part of the woods where they thought he might be hiding. Cole was 62 and a 13-year veteran of the department. Sheriff Dale Lancaster calls him an outstanding employee, one of the “nest deputies.ŽFILE PHOTO In this Aug. 1, 2016 le photo, a crew hoists a bag holding the remains of a hot air balloon that crashed onto a waiting truck at the scene near Lockhart, Texas. FROM PAGE ONE/NATIONAL NEWS

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The Sun /Sunday, April 29, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 5 FOR ANSWERS, TURN TO PAGE 3PLUSES AND MINUSESBY ROSS TRUDEAU / EDITED BY WILL SHORTZ ACROSS1 Bedbug, e.g.5 Police Line „ Do Not CrossŽ material9 Gay ____14 Blemish for a straight-A student19 R.p.m. indicator20 Having gone tit fortat21 Florida city whose name ends with two state postal abbreviations22 Humiliate23 Makes eye contact before undressing?26 Hoosier hoopster27 Expatriate28 Wide-eyed type29 What ____ thou?Ž31 One of five permanent members of the U.N. 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New York Times Sunday Crossword No. 0422 Name That CompanyI trace my roots back about 150 years, to when John D. Rockefeller and others formed me. Ive morphed from a domestic kerosene company to the worlds largest publicly traded oil and gas company, doing everything from exploring, producing, refining and marketing fuels to manufacturing petrochemicals. In 1911, the Supreme Court found me to be a monopoly and ordered me to break up. My current name reflects a 1999 $81 billion merger. I employ more than 19,000 scientists and engineers and produce 4 million net oil-equivalent barrels per day. Ive invested more than $8 billion in lower-emissions energy solutions. Who am I?Think you know the answer? Well announce it in next weeks edition. for shareholders to vote out underperforming or bad directors. Heres another right: If youre a shareholder of common stock and the company goes under, filing for bankruptcy, you have the right to a portion of its assets and income. Heres the bad news, though: Youll get that only after creditors, bondholders and holders of preferred stock are paid whats due to them. In many such situations, then, common stockholders end up with little or nothing. Shareholders can agitate for change, too. If they hold enough sway, they can submit proposals that get voted on. They can also try to ask management questions at annual meetings. That can be hard, though, if only a few questions are taken and answered. Still, if youre a shareholder of a company, aim to act like a part owner. Hold management responsible and ask for the changes youd like to see. When you receive your proxy and voting materials (typically every spring), cast your vote. Keep an eye on what the company is doing, too. If you want to see more environmentally friendly initiatives, or you dont like a proposal that will limit voting rights, let the company know.The Motley Fool TakeLearn Your AlphabetGoogle, child of parent company Alphabet (Nasdaq: GOOGL, Nasdaq: GOOG), controls more than 70 percent of the desktop search market worldwide, and more than 90 percent of mobile searches. (Its true „ Google it!) It boasts seven products with at least 1 billion monthly users each: Search, Gmail, Chrome, Maps, YouTube, Google Play and Android. Google entered the cloud-computing game late, but it has made impressive gains. On the companys most recent earnings conference call, CEO Sundar Pichai said that Google Cloud was already a billion-dollarper-quarter business,Ž as well as the fastest-growing major public cloud provider in the world.Ž Most of Alphabets revenue comes from online advertising, but its a pioneer in the artificial intelligence technique of deep learning, and its also home to a number of moonshots.Ž Those include Waymo, the companys self-driving division thats set to launch a driverless ridehailing service later this year. Other potential growth drivers include the subsidiary Verily thats working on projects such as smart contact lenses that detect blood glucose levels, while subsidiary Calico aims to increase the human life span. With Alphabets unparalleled control of search and promising position in many other businesses, investors might want to buy and hold Alphabet for decades. (Suzanne Frey, an executive at Alphabet, is a member of The Motley Fools board of directors. The Motley Fool owns shares of and has recommended Alphabet.) Ask the Fool My Dumbest InvestmentTwice BurnedI got burned on stock in Molycorp, a rare-earth materials company. That kind of thing happens. The dumb part was that I did it twice! I made a bad move, got out, berated myself for bailing out, then saw the stock price go way lower. So I bought again, watched it drop more, got out, and resisted the temptation to try it again „ I wont let a stock fool me three times. Unless its a large, stable company with a long, profitable track record, my mantra now is, Burn me once, youre done.Ž „ R.L., Cincinnati The Fool Responds: Molycorp was once flying high, but then China increased the worlds supply of the rare elements used for products such as batteries, camera lenses, catalytic converters, hard drives and MRI machines. Prices dropped, and Molycorp ended up with years of massive losses, eventually filing for bankruptcy protection. It emerged as a new company later, but only after shareholders were wiped out. The lesson here is to not try to catch a falling knife. Low and lower prices can be appealing, but they tend to reflect a company in trouble. Unless you have strong reason to believe the company will ultimately recover and prosper, aim to make money elsewhere. Selling at a loss is better than selling at a greater loss later. Companies that file for bankruptcy protection will often end up burning their shareholders. Oops!QTheres an error in the federal tax return I filed. How can I correct it? „ C.R., Flint, MichiganAThe 1040 form you file isnt the only one you can file for each year. You can file an amended return with a 1040X form, and you can even amend an amended return later!Mistakes involving your filing status, income, deductions or credits will require an amended return. One way to reduce the need for an amended return is to use tax-prep software such as TaxACT or TurboTax. 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Page 6 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 CRYPTOGRAMS FLOWER POWER by Myles Mellor 1. OSTY ZUJYJ XMSVYFO VYFY UFWRBIW BI PSRFQ. QNY XYBOQL MBML OUBJ QS QNY ZRJWY, BFBO TL PUOY.Ž 2. J AKFJI AWIQ QK GWW J YBPUTS XWZLJB FWNMUMIW NKUQKZ. XW KRRWZWN XWZ J RWIIWB ZWFWNS JIN GJMN: M XKYW QXMGQBW FJTW SKP RWWB LWQQWZ!Ž 3. WGV QHQ EWD ZCBQDS QHYECEGB ZCHS YGSEBGU? WD RUCSEDQ C TDDQ CSQ BGTD EG RGVDB! 4. ODG MCBSF ZEGOGI XOHSSGZ DGIXGQA AIHB GWOEUJ ODG RWTGZ SEGX WUZ MWB ZHUCOX RF TGGSEUJ DGI OCQESX OHJGODGI! 1. Some jaded flowers were arguing in court. The feisty lily said to the judge, Iris my case.Ž 2. A woman went to see a plucky herbal medicine doctor. He offered her a fennel remedy and said: I hope thistle make you feel better!Ž 3. How did the garden dictator gain control? He planted a seed and rose to power! 4. The jumpy dieter stopped herself from eating the baked pies and jam donuts by keeping her tulips together! CROSSWORD PUZZLE GOREN BRIDGECRYPTOGRAMS HOLIDAY MATHIS HOROSCOPES ARIES (March 21-April 19). You wont know until you take action. The action will be your education. Once youve set an intention that youre reasonably sure is right for you, stop thinking. Sense opportunity, and then move. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Do not doubt in the magical potential of this day. Though we sometimes dont have control over the ending, the beginning is quite another story. It begins when you begin it. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Youll notice how your emotions seem to change the passage of time. Maybe you cant control time or emotion, but you can certainly alter the way you experience them with how you focus and what you focus on. CANCER (June 22-July 22). There are two ways to be free: to have so much of something that you cant possibly run out of it or to have so little of it that you have nothing to lose. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Though it may seem that inuencing others by example is the best way, it may actually be the only way. So be the person you want them to be. Theres real power in that. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Youll be cleansed „ not by some stroke of magic but by the desire to simplify and the will to follow through. The rst part is always the hardest. Persist past the early stages and youll be golden. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Youre in the mood to create something and then give it away. Creation is so invigorating to you that youve a stronger desire to make things than you do to own things. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Some data scientists believe that human behavior is more than 90 percent predictable with a large enough data sample to establish the patterns. Yet you wouldnt have predicted todays interesting twist. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). These days, youre inclined to be of continual service because it just makes you feel good. Dont worry too much about the whoŽ part. When you serve your family and friends, you serve your community and your country, too. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). You probably dont want to move today, but thinking about the possibilities will make you appreciate your life anew, while an intriguing future starts to take form in your imagination. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). If you could move, where would you move to? You probably wont go there any time soon, but there are elements of this place you could bring into your life now, and the emotional benets would be fortifying. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). People will do strange things to meet love, worth and identity needs. Though you may be puzzled by their actions, you can relate to the need, and that will help you understand each other and get along together. TODAYS BIRTHDAY (April 29). A bonus in the next 10 weeks is the rst sign of a new income stream. Youll be taken care of and given the treatment you deserve. By June, your social circle buzzes with new energy, and youll nd your interests changing, too. Septembers domestic improvements also help relationships. Theres so much love in your scene! Leo and Scorpio adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 6, 20, 1, 11 and 38.PUZZLE ANSWERSPuzzles on previous pages)

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The Sun /Sunday, April 29, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 7 CROSSWORD PUZZLE DEAR ABBY HELOISE JUMBLE DEAR ABBY: My adult son passed away two years ago at a young age. We were very close while he was growing up. He married young, and I maintained a great relationship with both him and his wife. They gave me the most precious grandchildren any woman could ask for, and I am extremely active in their little lives. My daughter-in-law has moved on. She met a nice young man, and they are planning to be married in the near future. Do you think I would be out of line to request to have my sons ashes back home with me? We live near each other, I love her very much, and we still have a great relationship. I dont want to damage it by asking this if its not appropriate. I would pass his ashes on to his children when they grow up, of course, but for now, Id love to have my son back home with me and his dad because she has started her new life. My husband is noncommittal about the subject. When I broach it, he says he doesnt want to talk about it.Ž I really have no one to ask or conde in about this. Your thoughts would be most appreciated. „ STILL BROKENHEARTED IN NORTH CAROLINA DEAR STILL BROKENHEARTED: Please accept my sympathy for the loss of your clearly dearly beloved son. If you would like to have his ashes after his widow remarries, I doubt she would be oended if you asked what her plans are for them and if you could have them or split them with her. I can understand why you would want them, but Im not at all certain your grandchildren would welcome that responsibility when they become adults. Your husband may be reluctant to discuss this because he is still grieving and hurting, too. However, because you are, as you say, still brokenhearted, please consider grief counseling and joining a grief support group. DEAR ABBY: I have an elderly friend who complains nonstop when I phone her. She lives a three-hour drive from me and expects me to be the one to call. She doesnt carry long-distance on her home phone, and her sight is too poor to dial numbers, although shes able to see the TV. I feel sad for her, but I dread calling her because of her negative attitude about life in general. Its a shame to end a 40-year friendship, but I dont believe Im helping her or myself by listening to all her complaints. Should I write her and say I wish shed try to be more positive? She has health issues, but I know many people who try to be pleasant in spite of poor health. „ FEELING BAD FOR HER, BUT ... DEAR FEELING BAD: If the alternative to telling your elderly friend how her constant negativity aects you would be to drop her entirely, convey to her what you have written to me. The woman appears to be very isolated and possibly depressed. If she has family, suggest they involve her in activities for seniors in the community. Contact with other seniors might give her spirits and her outlook a much-needed boost.Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Contact Dear Abby at www. DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. To receive a collection of Abbys most memorable „ and most frequently requested „ poems and essays, send your name and mailing address, plus check or money order for $7 (U.S. funds) to: Dear Abby „ Keepers Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, IL 61054-0447. Shipping and handling are included in the price.Dear Readers: When you are working in your yard, you may come into contact with tree sap. It can be tough to get it out of your clothing. Heres what to do: Take o your garments as soon as you get back into the house. First, check the care label. For washable clothing, use either one of the following cleaning methods: 1. Buy a stain remover with dry-cleaning solvent (test fabric for colorfastness). Place the sap-stained area facedown on a clean cloth or paper towels. Carefully squirt the solvent on the back side of the stain and press with another cloth to push through. Then let the garment air-dry. 2. Mix powdered laundry detergent (no bleach) with water to create a paste and apply it to the stained area. Let the mixture remain on the fabric for about 30 minutes and then wash as usual. If the stain is still there, sprinkle a couple of drops of ammonia onto the area, but try it rst on an inside seam to test for colorfastness. „ Heloise Dear Heloise: I bought a bunch of celery and left in the refrigerator for a while. Now its limp. I dont want to throw it out. What can I do? „ Ellen from Georgia Dear Ellen: Yes, you can bring back the crunchiness. Heres how: Put the raw celery in a bowl or stand it cut end down in cold water. Add two tablespoons of fresh lemon juice to perk up the avor. Then soak it for about an hour in the refrigerator, and it should be crunchy once again. „ Heloise Dear Heloise: We have several sisal rugs in our house and we love them, but theyre dirty now. How can I clean them? „ Valerie from California Dear Valerie: These are wonderful coverings for oors. How you clean them will depend on the kind you have: natural-ber sisal, such as sea green, coconut or paper bers; or synthetic ber sisal consisting of nylon or woolblend materials. For natural-ber sisals, read and follow the manufacturers recommended directions, which may be a dry-cleaning method or hot-water extraction. For cleaning synthetic-ber sisals, manufacturers suggest that you use only a dry-cleaning method. Dont ever steam clean or shampoo this kind of sisal. Too much dampness can cause natural-ber rugs to pucker or shrink. „ Heloise Dear Readers: Termites can be dangerous to your home. Check for them regularly. Because termites chow down on wood, they will seek damaged decks, porches or steps. If you see any of this, call a professional exterminator as soon as possible. Do not delay, because termites can eat into the supporting structure of your home. Termites are always digging dirt tunnels to look for water, so keep them away from your home. Dont put wooden planters or a pile of rewood close to your house. Wood and water are too tempting to termites! „ HeloiseAs widow moves on from death, mom hopes to claim sons ashesDear Abby Hints from Heloise

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Page 8 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 STATE NEWSFORT LAUDERDALE „ South Floridas Billy Mitchell, once declared the Video Game Player of the Century, is now facing the ultimate test of his skills: salvaging his reputation. Twin Galaxies, competitive gamings governing body, found him guilty of cheating. On April 12, it banned Mitchell for life and removed all his high scores from their record books, including his undisputed Donkey Kong and Pac-Man records from the 1980s and 1990s. Mitchell has begun to assemble a group of experts to dispute the “ndings. He plans to show that Donkey Kong loading screens from his games are from the real arcade game, not a software emulator, as his detractors have claimed. An emulator allows a computer program to imitate another program. He also wants to “nd witnesses for his most recent „ and most disputed „ high score, a 1,062,800-point benchmark set at the now-shuttered Boomers in Dania Beach. They said it was this version or that version (of a software emulator). When they “nally said its a speci“c version, somebody came out and said that version didnt come out until two years after I played the game,Ž said Mitchell, in his “rst interview since losing his records. I dont really know „ I dont know anything about this stuff.Ž Mitchell, a longtime Hollywood resident who now lives in Weston, achieved the high score at the Boomers location on July 31, 2010. He recalls more than 100 people shuf”ing in and out, a few dozen at any one time, as he ran up the scoreboard for several hours that day. But it was only the latest in a run of high scores going back decades. In 1982, at the age of 17, Mitchell became the “rst person to reach the fabled kill screen of Donkey Kong, when the arcade game reaches its memory limit at level 117 and Mario seemingly commits suicide, dying for no reason. His total: 874,300 points. He followed that up by reclaiming the Donkey Kong high score four more times, three against Steve Wiebe, his rival in the 2007 documentary The King of Kong,Ž a “lm that cemented Mitchells image as the black hat of competitive gaming. Barrel, jump, hammer, smash. 933,900 points. 1,047,200 points. 1,050,200 points. 1,062,800 points. Its those last two high scores that have landed him in hot water. Twin Galaxies, the Guinness World Recordsanctioned keeper of video game high scores, ruled Mitchells scores were achieved on software that emulates Donkey Kong, not on the arcade game itself. Thats a problem because the software would allow someone to save and stop a game, which in turn would allow them to go back and replay if they die or get a score on a level they dont like. Its a far fall for a man declared the Video Game Player of the CenturyŽ in 1999 by the Japanese Amusement Machine and Marketing Association. He had just pulled off the “rst perfect Pac-Man score in history „ 256 levels, consuming every fruit, every dot, every power pellet and every blue ghost with every power pellet consumed, all without dying once. 3,333,360 points. Probably my strongest accolade is that I did the “rst perfect Pac-Man,Ž Mitchell said. It was quite the gala event. It was at the largest arcade in the world. Namco (Pac-Mans creator) took me and ”ew me to Japan, where I had to repeat the performance.Ž Now, as far as the score-keeping body is concerned, that never happened. Not to mention his record-setting scores in Donkey Kong Jr, Ms. Pac-Man and Burger Time. The tally: 957,300 points. 703,560 points. 7,881,050 points and an unknown number of hot dogs and eggs crushed beneath giant hamburger ingredients. The idea that they would go back and undo what was done more than 30 years ago in front of cameras and Life Magazine and the best gamers of the day „ its laughable,Ž he said.Video game champ stripped of record scores fighting backBy DAN SWEENEYSUN SENTINEL TAIMY ALVAREZ/ SOUTH FLORIDA SUN SENTINEL VIA APIn this March 22 photo, Billy Mitchell, a competitive gamer plays at Arcade Game Sales in Fort Lauderdale.Man shoots wife going to bathroom, mistaking her for burglar Man gets life in prison for fatal synthetic opioid overdose Man hit, killed by trainWINTER GARDEN (AP) „ Authorities in Florida say a man shot his wife twice when she went to the bathroom, saying he mistook her for a burglar. Winter Garden police said the couple thought they heard an intruder in the home, but after checking their suburban Orlando home, they both went to bed. Local media report the wife, Allison Simmons, got up to go to the restroom about 45 minutes later and used her phones light to “nd her way. When she got out, she woke her husband, Nathan Simmons, who shot at her two times fearing it was the intruder they were seeking. Allison was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment with non-life-threatening injuries. Both husband and wife gave similar accounts of the Wednesday incident, but an investigation is ongoing. ORLANDO (AP) „ A Pennsylvania man has been sentenced to life in prison for supplying synthetic opioids to a woman who died in Florida. Court records show that 43-year-old Jeremy Achey was sentenced Friday in Orlando federal court. He was convicted in January of conspiracy to distribute and distribution of controlled substances. Authorities say Achey was one of the largest synthetic drug distributors on Alphabay Market, a DarknetŽ marketplace for illicit substances. Records show Achey mailed thousands of packages containing synthetic drugs to hundreds of customers throughout the United States. Prosecutors say Achey sold one gram of Tetrahydrofuran fentanyl, a synthetic analogue of fentanyl, in February 2017 to a 24-year-old Orlando woman, who later died of an overdose. VALRICO (AP) „ Authorities in Florida say a pedestrian has been hit and killed by a train. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Of“ce said in a statement the train crash happened early Saturday in Valrico in central Florida, and the man died at the scene. The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating the crash. | HEADLINES AROUND THE STATEDeputies shut down a state road along the tracks. 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Sunday, April 29, 2018 SPORTS www.yoursun.com www.Facebook.com/SuncoastSports € @SunCoastSportsREADY TO ROLLRookie quarterbacks are set to get to work following the 2018 NFL Draft. Page 6NFL: Draft adno=50532904*See website for detai lsBy GREG AUMANTampa Bay TimesAfter two days of trading and piling up draft picks, the Bucs had a lowkey Saturday, rounding out a promising class with three players who fit the mold of what general manager Jason Licht is trying to build. This year of finding that guy, that man that embodies what were looking for on this football team ƒ that are wired the specific way that we want guys to be wired ƒ these guys that we picked, they certainly are in that category,Ž Licht said. On Saturday, that was Pittsburgh safety Jordan Whitehead in the fourth round, Penn receiver Justin Watson in the fifth and Wisconsin linebacker Jack Cichy in the sixth round, each with their own compelling storylines. Whitehead, a cousin of former Bucs cornerback Darrelle Revis, went to his cousins draft party 11 years ago and had Revis mother at his in Aliquippa, Pa., on Saturday. He gave me a lot of advice going through this thing,Ž Whitehead said. Stay humble, anything could happen throughout this weekend ƒ You can learn from the best right there, and hes right there in front of me. I take everything from him.Ž In 140 years of Penn football, Watson is the Quakers career leader in catches, yards and touchdowns, topping 1,000 yards in each of the last three seasons. He boasts a 40-inch vertical and ran a 4.42 at his Bucs close draft with more than expected AP PHOTOBoston Bruins center David Krejci (46) shoots during the first period against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday. By DOUG ALDEN Associated PressBOSTON „ Wilson Ramos went deep again and scored on Denard Spans inside-the-park homer, helping the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Boston Red Sox 12-6 on Saturday for their eighth consecutive victory. Its the longest win streak for Tampa Bay since taking nine in a row in July 2014. The resurgent Rays have won nine of 10 overall to move within one game of .500 at 12-13. Johnny Field and Carlos Gomez also connected for Tampa Bay, and Matt Duffy finished with four hits. Fields three-run drive in the ninth was his first career homer. Ramos belted a tworun shot in the third against David Price, extending his homer streak to three games. Boston lost for the fifth time in seven games. It also had to replace star outfielder Mookie Betts after the fourth inning due to tightness in his right hamstring. Rafael Devers homered for the Red Sox, and Price (2-3) was charged with six runs, five earned, and eight hits in 5 ‡ innings against his first major league team. Ryan Yarbrough (1-1) got the win with four innings in relief of rookie starter Yonny Chirinos, who recorded just six outs. Gomezs leadoff drive in the seventh made it 7-5, and Fields extended Tampa Bays lead with a drive to left against Brian Johnson. The first of the Rays three homers never left the park. Ramos led off the second with a double and scored when Spans sinking line drive got past Jackie Bradley Jr. and rolled slowly to the wall in center. Span was already at third by the time Andrew Benintendi got over from left and fielded the ball. Initially called a threebase error on Bradley, AP PHOTOTampa Bay Rays Wilson Ramos, center, celebrates his two-run home run with C.J. Cron (44) during the third inning Saturday in Boston. Ramos homers, Rays beat Boston 12-6 for 8th straight winMLB: Rays 12, Red Sox 6SEE RAYS, 2 SEE BUCS, 2By FRED GOODALL Associated PressTuukka Rask tossed a broken skate blade up the ice in frustration, but hardly lost his cool. I didnt throw it at anybody,Ž the Boston goaltender said Saturday. If I threw it at somebody, Id like to apologize, but I didnt. I just wanted to make sure that everybody saw that my blade was off.Ž Rask settled after allowing a second-period goal while trying to let officials know he had a problem with his left skate, finishing with 34 saves in the Bruins 6-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 1 of their best-of-seven Eastern Conference semifinal series. Rick Nash had two goals and the Bruins high-scoring line of Patrice Bergeron, David Pastrnak and Brad Marchand combined for 11 points, however Rasks ability to retain his composure after Mikhail Sergachevs goal trimmed Bostons lead to 3-2 was every bit as important. He was really good,Ž Boston coach Bruce Cassidy said. He gave us more than a chance to win early on when we were still trying to find our legs. We werent Bruins zap LightningNHL: Buins 6, Lightning 2Nash, Bergeron score twice to lead Bruins to victory By BARRY WILNER Associated PressARLINGTON, Texas (AP) „ Shaquem Griffin came back. The crowd loved it. Players in attendance not selected in the first two days of the NFL draft usually head out of town before the fourth through seventh rounds. Griffin, who sat through 100 names being called in the first three rounds, wasnt in AT&T Stadium on Saturday. Then he was after Seattle spent the 141st overall selection on the Central Florida linebacker who has no left hand. That fifth-round choice, announced in Seattle, drew loud cheers from fans at Jerrys World. Griffin, whose left hand was amputated when he was young, has become the feel-good story this year and one of the most popular players in this draft because of his perseverance, outgoing personality and, of course, his talent. Griffin helped UCF go undefeated last season, then blew through the NFL combine with a 4.38 in the 40, sensational lifting work with his prosthetic, and a can-do attitude. Exactly the sort of player the Seahawks seem to find; they drafted his twin brother, Shaquill, out of UCF last year.Gri n “ nally hears his name NFL: DraftSEE HOCKEY, 2

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Bucs receivers coach Skyler Fulton coached him in the Shrine Game in St. Petersburg, went to his pro day in Philadelphia and now has him joining a deep group of receivers. The Bucs had success last year in drafting an injured linebacker in LSUs Kendell Beckwith, and theyre hoping for the same in Cichy, who hasnt played since 2016. He missed the end of his junior year with a torn pectoral muscle, then missed all of last season with a knee injury. Im right where I want to be right now and Im confident going forward,Ž said Cichy, who had 60 tackles in seven games before his injury in 2016. Im really a relentless competitor ƒ I like to try and make it 100 miles per hour.Ž Those three join five Bucs draft picks who went in the first 94 selections, thanks to Licht trading down from No. 7 to No. 12, picking up two second-rounders, then trading down and moving up before he was done Friday. The headliners were Washington defensive tackle Vita Vea in the first round and USC running back Ronald Jones in the second, but the Bucs were able to add a pair of cornerbacks in North Carolinas M.J. Stewart and Auburns Carlton Davis, trading back up into the third to get guard Alex Cappa of Division II Humboldt State. As a whole, the eightplayer draft class will have a chance to fill significant roles on both sides of the ball as the Bucs work to bounce back from a 5-11 record last season. I was just talking with Dirk (Koetter), when we went into the first round, we thought we were going to have a hell of a lot more needs than we do right now, (more) holes on our roster,Ž Licht said. So we feel very good with the quality that we were able to get in the first two days, and today.Ž the call was changed the fol lowing inning and Price was tagged with two earned runs. The Rays added two more in the third when Ramos drove a 0-2 pitch from Price out to left after a double by C.J. Cron. The Red Sox loaded the bases with nobody out in the first and third but got just one run in each inning. Benintendi hit a leadoff double in the third, Hanley Ramirez singled and J.D. Martinez drew a walk to load the bases for Xander Bogaerts, who delivered an RBI single to left. That was all for Chirinos. Yarbrough prevented any further damage with a pair of strikeouts and a soft liner by Nunez to shortstop. Chirinos was charged with three runs and six hits. He walked two, struck out three and threw two wild pitches.Trainers roomRays: Ramos left after a single in the seventh. The Rays said it was a precautionary move because of tightness in his legs. Red Sox: RHP Steven Wright (knee surgery) was reinstated from the disabled list, and then placed on the restricted list so he can serve a 15-game suspension for violating Major League Baseballs domestic violence policy.Up nextRays: Manager Kevin Cash said he would name Sundays starter after Saturdays game. Red Sox: RHP Rick Porcello (4-0, 1.93 ERA) struck out a season-high nine over seven innings Tuesday at Toronto.RAYSFrom Page 1AP PHOTOBoston Red Soxs Eduardo Nunez reacts after strikin g out to end the baseball g ame on Saturda y BUCSFrom Page 1 executing very well. They were better than us, and then our top guys started finishing their chances.Ž Bergeron also scored twice and had an assist on one of Nashs goals for the Bruins, who finished one point behind Tampa Bay for the Atlantic Division title, as well as the No. 1 seed in the East. Marchand had a goal and three assists, while Pastrnak finished with four assists in a dominating performance. A second goal by Marchand was waved off because of a crosschecking penalty on Pastrnak. You need your best players to be your best players, and clearly that happened tonight for us, Cassidy said. Dan Girardi also scored for the Lightning, who trailed by one goal entering the third period. Marchand and Bergeron hiked Bostons advantage to 5-2 before Jake DeBrusk added an empty-netter with 6:19 remaining. The Bruins had just 10 shots against Lightning goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy over the last two periods, but made the most of the limited opportunities. Game 2 is Monday night at Amalie Arena. The Lightning, in the conference semifinals for the third time in four years, remain confident. We have a lot of experience. Guys have been in this position before,Ž center Tyler Johnson said. Its one game. It doesnt matter if you lose a game 3-2 or 12-2. Its the same thing.Ž Rask won three of four starts against the Lightning during the regular season, with Tampa Bays lone victory coming in the final meeting. Pastrnak assisted on each of Bostons first three goals and added another on Bergerons third-period goal, giving him 12 helpers in eight playoff games. Theyre good. ... Theyve played together for a while and they know where to find each other,Ž Lightning coach Jon Cooper said of Bostons top line. They play both ends of the rink. Theyve played on Olympic teams, World Cup teams, and every time you look up and Canada is winning, usually Marchand or Bergeron had something to do with it,Ž Cooper added. Theyve done it for a long time.Ž Nash, meanwhile, got his second and third goals of the postseason, scoring on the power play at 17:11 of the opening period and 12:33 of the second to put the Bruins up 3-1. Sergachev countered on the power play, trimming Tampa Bays deficit to 3-2. We lost 6-2, so it doesnt matter how we feel about how we played,Ž Cooper said. Were going to wake up in the morning, somebody is going to look at the score and say Tampa is down 1-0. Is there stuff we can build off this game? No question. But they got six, and in the end we have to raise the level of our game to get back in this series.Ž NOTES: Vasilevskiy stopped 18 shots. ... When Rask lost the blade on his skate, play was allowed to continue because losing a blade is not considered a safety issue. ... The Bruins and Lightning are meeting in the playoffs for only the second time. The teams also met in the 2011 Eastern Conference Final, won by Boston in seven games. Six current Bruins „ Bergeron, Marchand, Rask, Zdeno Chara, David Krejci and Adam McQuaid were part of that team, which went on win the Stanley Cup.HOCKEYFrom Page 1 Staff ReportsThe Charlotte Stone Crabs have scored plenty of early runs this season which has typically lead to a victory. But after scoring three runs in the first inning Saturday night against the Tampa Tarpons, they squandered the early lead in a 5-4 loss. Tampa scored two runs in the fourth and took the lead with three runs in the seventh inning. Nate Lowe smacked a three-run blast in the first inning. He now has three home runs, six hits and nine RBI in the last two games. A Kevin Padlo RBI gave Charlotte another run in the eighth to cut into the Tarpons lead, but the Stone Crabs couldnt push across the tying run. Brock Burke allowed two runs on eight hits and a walk in a no decision. J.D. Busfield picked up a blown save and a loss, allowing three runs in one inning of work. David Rodriguez once again had a multi-hit game, going 2-for-3 in the loss.MiLB: Tarpons 5, Stone Crabs 4Stone Crabs fall despite early lead By JIMMY GOLEN Associated PressBOSTON „ Al Horford and Terry Rozier scored 26 points apiece, and even Giannis Antetokounmpo tipped in a basket for the Celtics on Saturday night to help Boston beat Milwaukee 112-96 in Game 7 of their first-round series and eliminate the Bucks and the Greek Freak from the playoffs. Horford had eight rebounds, Rozier had nine assists and Jayson Tatum added 20 points for the Celtics, who rode the home-court advantage to win all four games in Boston and advance to the Eastern Conference semifinals for the second straight year. They will meet the Philadelphia 76ers, with Game 1 in Boston on Monday night. Khris Middleton scored 32, Eric Bledsoe had 23 and Antetokounmpo had 22 points and nine rebounds for the Bucks. Milwaukee has advanced from the first round of the playoffs just once since 1989, losing nine straight playoff series since Ray Allen, Glenn Robinson and Sam Cassell brought George Karl to the Eastern Conference finals in 2001. Playing in their NBArecord 31st Game 7, the Celtics improved to 20-4 at home and 23-8 overall in best-of-seven clinchers. It was the second Game 7 at the TD Garden this week, with the Boston Bruins beating the Toronto Maple Leafs on Wednesday night to advance in the NHL playoffs. Tatum had nine points in the first, when the Celtics scored 15 straight points „ including a tip-in by Antetokounmpo into the Boston hoop „ and 20 of the last 22 to end the quarter with a 30-17 lead. Milwaukee scored 11 in a row at the beginning of the second to make it a two-point game, but Boston answered with nine in a row to make it 41-30. The Celtics led 50-42 at the half despite going 1-for-12 from 3-point range. Horford had 14 points and seven rebounds at the break, and Bledsoe had 12 points for the Bucks. Milwaukee cut the deficit to three points early in the third but Boston scored 11 of the last 15 points in the quarter.NBA: Celtics 112, Bucks 96Celtics beat Bucks 112-96 in Game 7

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The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 www.yoursun.com SP Page 3By KRISTIE RIEKEN Associated PressHOUSTON „ Charlotte Hornets star Michael Kidd-Gilchrist was at home watching the World Series and marveling at a big hit by George Springer when he learned something about the Houston Astros star that impressed him even more than that play. That was a big moment in this atmosphere in Houston,Ž Kidd-Gilchrist said. Then I saw that he stutters and I was like: Oh man, he stutters?Ž It was an important discovery for Kidd-Gilchrist, who also stutters, and spurred him to reach out to the outfielder. The two connected with the help of Astros manager A.J. Hinch and developed a relationship during the last few months. Hes open. Im open about it, too,Ž KiddGilchrist said of their stuttering. Hes older than me and hes a guy that I look up to.Ž On Friday they spent time together at Minute Maid Park before Houstons game against Oakland. Kidd-Gilchrist took batting practice with the World Series MVP, and the two laughed and joked at the forwards struggles to make contact. Springer, who stuttered so severely as a child that he rarely talked to those outside of close famil y and friends, was humbled Kidd-Gilchrist reached out to him and was touched by his story. Its crazy. Its cool. I think its an honor,Ž he said. It just shows you that theres a lot of people in all different areas of life that experience it.Ž Springer is the spokesperson for The Stuttering Association for the Young and hosts a fundraiser each year to raise money for their camp for children who stutter. He often says if he can reach just one person then his work with the organization is worth it. He knows plenty of children have found inspiration in what hes overcome, but he was a bit surprised another professional athlete was so impressed by him. The goal is to impact somebody somewhere,Ž Springer said. And for me to get in touch with him and kids to see that there are people everywhere, it doesnt matter if you play professional baseball or youre in the NBA or youre in construction, were all humans and its good to not feel alone.Ž Kidd-Gilchrist agrees and feels a responsibility to tell his story to let kids who are dealing with the same issue know that they can get through it. Its important to me,Ž he said. I know its important to him to reach out to people who stutter ... it isnt just the both of us, its all of us around the world that stutter, old, young, male or female, its important to all of us who stutter.ŽBy Julian LindenThe Associated PressSYDNEY „ Peter Norman, the Australian sprinter who shared the podium with Americans Tommie Smith and John Carlos and backed their Black Power salutes at the 1968 Mexico City Games, was posthumously given his countrys highest Olympic award Saturday for his brave standŽ 50 years ago. The Australian Olympic Committee bestowed its Order of Merit in belated recognition of Normans role in one of the most powerful human rights protests in sports. This is an overdue award there is no doubt,Ž AOC President John Coates said. The respect for Peter and his actions is still enormous to this day. He believed in human rights throughout his life. We lost Peter in 2006 but we should never lose sight of his brave stand that day and further as a five-time national champion.Ž Norman won the silver medal in the 200 meters at the Mexico City Games and his time of 20.06 seconds remains an Australian national record. Smith set a thenworld record of 19.83 seconds to win the gold medal while Carlos took the bronze, but it was their civil rights protest at the medal presentation that linked all three men through the years. Smith and Carlos mounted the podium shoeless, representing black poverty in the United States, with each wearing a single black glove. When the The Star-Spangled BannerŽ played, they bowed their heads and raised their fists. Norman, a white Australian physical education teacher, wore a human rights badge on his shirt in support of the two Americans. He also suggested the idea that Smith and Carlos each wear one glove because they had only one pair between them. Smith and Carlos were expelled from the Olympics because of their protests and were subjected to death threats when they returned home. Norman was never selected to represent Australia again, and his role in the protest was sometimes overlooked. In 2005, a statue commemorating the protest was erected at San Jose State University, where Smith and Carlos were students. Normans place in the statue was left vacant, although the Australian said he fully supported the decision to be left out of the monument. When Norman died in 2006, Smith and Carlos traveled to Australia and were pallbearers at his funeral. He was a lone soldier in Australia,Ž Carlos said at the time. Many people in Australia didnt particularly understand. Why would that young white fella go over and stand with those black individuals?Ž Peter never flinched, he never turned his eye or his head,Ž Carlos said. When I looked into his eyes, I saw nothing but love.Ž The AOC has always denied punishing Norman, although the Australian federal government apologized to him in 2012 for failing to send him to the 1972 Munich Olympics even though he had qualified.Australian honored for protest at OlympicsBy Joseph WilsonThe Associated PressBARCELONA, Spain „ Andres Iniesta means so much more to Barcelona than the 30-plus titles he helped add to its trophy case. The Spaniard, who is leaving the club at the end of the season, was pure elegance with the ball, and a popular player off the field. As Barcelona president Josep Bartomeu put it, Andres is the son any father would love to have.Ž Lionel Messi has been the driving force that made Barcelona into one of the best teams to ever play the game. But more than any player at the Camp Nou in the last 15 years, Iniesta provided the human element that made him exemplify Barcelonas motto of being more than a club.Ž In an emotional news conference on Friday, Iniesta did not reveal what his next club will be, only saying it wont be in Europe. Iniesta, who turns 34 on May 11, decided it was time to go out on top after likely securing a domestic double. Wearing Barcelonas burgundy-and-blue, Iniesta scored in a 5-0 victory over Sevilla to claim a fourth consecutive Copa del Rey last weekend. That was his and Messis club record 31st title with Barcelona, and the team just needs to win one of its last five matches to clinch the Spanish league title. Iniestas departure after 16 trophy-rich seasons will leave Messi as the last link to the group of players that started Barcelonas incredible winning era with a Liga crown in 2005. Iniesta and Messi were rising talents on that team coached by Frank Rijkaard and featuring Ronaldinho and Samuel Etoo. Barcelona won the 2006 Champion League title, which started a golden era for Barcelona with Iniesta and Messi leading the way to three more Champions League titles and a collection of domestic trophies that displaced Real Madrid as Spains top team. For a club which prides itself on producing the worlds top playmakers and passers, there has been no one quite like Iniesta. Deceptively sleek with his dribbling skills and uncanny knack for a game-winning pass, Iniesta was a master at unlocking opponents best-laid defenses. He combined the smooth dribbling skills of Ronaldinho and the precision passing of former midfield partner Xavi Hernandez. While never a prolific goal-scorer, Iniesta has come through in the biggest moments for both club and country. Ask any Barcelona fan what their favorite goal is and more than likely Iniestas dramatic stoppage-time strike that stunned Chelsea in the 2009 Champions League will be mentioned. With Barcelona seconds from elimination, Iniestas laser-beam shot with the toe of his right boot kept Pep Guardiolas side on course to the European title. When asked by Spanish national television in February about that classic goal, Iniesta said it was as if destiny wanted the ball to go in.Ž Iniesta was also in the right place at the right time to score in extra time to give Spain the World Cup title in 2010 with a 1-0 victory over the Netherlands. He also played a key part in Spain winning the 2008 and 2012 European Championships to complete an unprecedented run of dominance for Spain and its tiki-taka tactics modeled on Barcelonas ball-possession style. His thoughtful character was seen when Iniesta dedicated his World Cup winning goal to the late Dani Jarque, his friend and Espanyol defender who had died of a heart attack. This mix of grace and excellence earned him the respect of opposing fans when Barcelona was playing away from home. They regularly applauded him when he was substituted. Iniesta joined Barcelonas training academy at age 12 after leaving his village in southeastern Spain. He has become an unquestioned favorite of Barcelonas supporters, even with Catalans who sympathize with the regions secessionist movement. Iniesta never won the Ballon dOr for the worlds best player. He was second in voting behind Messi in 2010. France Football, the magazine behind the award, recognized that Iniesta had deserved to win in an editorial published this week by director Pascal Ferre entitled Sorry, Andres.Ž But true to his demeanor, Iniesta has never complained. A n emotional exitAP PHOTOBarcelona star Andres Iniesta wipes away a tear during a news conference announcing he is leaving the club, Friday in Barcelona, Spain. SOCCER: Barcelona OLYMPICS: Australia AP PHOTOHouston Astros George Springer rounds third to score on Carlos Correas single during the fourth inning on Friday in Houston. Springer and Kidd-Gilchrist bond over shared experienceBASEBALL: Astros GOLF: PGA TourAssociated PressAVONDALE, La. „ Kevin Kisner had another great day at TPC Louisiana, rolling in putts s eemingly from everywhere. Teammate Scott Brown wasnt having as much success, but a clutch birdie on the closing hole gave the duo a one-shot lead heading into the final round of the Zurich Classic. Kisner holed three birdie putts from 20 feet or more and teamed with Brown to shoot an 8-under 64 in better ball on Saturday. They topped a crowded leaderboard that featured 13 teams within four shots of the lead. It was a dogfight for us today,Ž Brown said. I felt like Kevin played great. I kind of left him high and dry a couple times.Ž But Brown came up big on the par-5 18th when his third shot from a greenside bunker settled within 2 feet. Kisner and Brown started the round one shot off the lead and made five birdies on the front nine. The back nine wasnt as smooth, with two bogeys mixed in with five more birdies, giving the team a threeday total of 20-under 196. We had a chance to probably run away a little bit and we just couldnt ever get two balls in good position on the back nine,Ž Kisner said. Still leading the golf tournament. Feel good. In the right position, where we need to go.Ž The duo lost on the fourth hole of a playoff to Cameron Smith and Jonas Blixt last year at TPC Louisiana, the first for the Zurich as a team event. Theyll face plenty of challengers on Sunday, when the tournament returns to the more difficult alternateshot format. Tony Finau and Daniel Summerhays shot a bogey-free 63, and Michael Kim and Andrew Putnam teamed for a 66. Kisner, Scott Brown team for one-shot lead at ZurichBy John ZenorAssociated PressTALLADEGA, Ala. „ A different Busch will be Kevin Harvicks nearest competitor at Talladega Superspeedway „ at least at the start. Harvick will start on the pole Sunday at Talladega while he goes for his fourth win of the year, which would break a 3-3 deadlock with streaking Kyle Busch. Starting with him up front: Stewart-Haas Racing teammate Kurt Busch. Even for oft-chaotic Talladega, drivers have said Sundays race seems more unpredictable than usual with questions about the cars handling. NASCAR changed the restrictor plates after Fridays practice laps in which Jamie McMurrays car flipped a number of times. The change is expected to sap some horsepower from the cars. Ive never really seen this much uncertainty going into a plate race before,Ž Kurt Busch said. So everybodys got their hands full. Handling will be at an all-time premium. And you have to make the right adjustments on the car. At the same time, you have to protect the car.Harvick eyeing 4th win of yearNASCAR: Talladega

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Page 4 SP www.yoursun.com Sunday, April 29, 2018 / The SunAMERICANLEAGUENATIONALLEAGUEEASTDIVISION TEAMWLPCT.GBWCGBL10STRHOME AWAY Boston197.731„„5-5L-28-311-4 NewYork169.6402„8-2W-711-55-4 Toronto1412.538523-7L-48-76-5 TampaBay1213.480639-1W-86-76-6 Baltimore719.2691292-8W-14-93-10 CENTRALDIVISION TEAMWLPCTGBWCGBL10STRHOME AWAY Cleveland1411.560„„5-5L-18-56-6 Detroit1014.417355-5L-36-74-7 Minnesota913.409352-8W-16-43-9 Chicago816.333574-6W-32-106-6 KansasCity520.2009102-8L-51-124-8 WESTDIVISION TEAMWLPCTGBWCGBL10STRHOME AWAY Houston1710.630„„7-3L-17-610-4 LosAngeles1610.615„3-7L-25-811-2 Seattle1511.577116-4W-15-510-6 Oakland1412.538228-2W-18-66-6 Texas1117.393665-5W-34-127-5 EASTDIVISION TEAMWLPCT.GBWCGBL10STRHOME AWAY NewYork168.667„„4-6W-17-49-4 Philadelphia169.640„7-3W-111-35-6 Atlanta1411.56025-5L-18-46-7 Washington1116.407643-7L-23-98-7 Miami718.280973-7L-13-104-8 CENTRALDIVISION TEAMWLPCTGBWCGBL10STRHOME AWAY St.Louis1510.600„„7-3L-17-58-5 Chicago1410.583„7-3W-36-48-6 Pittsburgh1511.577„4-6W-38-57-6 Milwaukee1612.571„7-3L-38-68-6 Cincinnati621.2221093-7L-13-93-12 WESTDIVISION TEAMWLPCTGBWCGBL10STRHOME AWAY Arizona197.731„„7-3W-39-310-4 Colorado1512.55646-4W-35-710-5 LosAngeles1213.480626-4W-17-85-5 SanFrancisco1214.462736-4L-16-66-8 SanDiego918.3331062-8L-34-115-7 MAJORLEAGUEBASEBALL T WINS3,REDS1CINCINNATIABRHBIBBSOAVG. 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DP„Cincinnati1(Peraza,Gennett) Minnesota1(Morrison,Adrianza). CINCINNATIIPHRERBBSONPERA Romano,L,.14.26 322189 4.65 Brice1.10 001226 3.45 Floro22 000337 0.90 MINNESOTAIPHRERBBSONPERA Odorizzi,W,2-265 112391 3.94 Duke,H,411000195.19 Reed,H,410 001018 2.57 Rodney,S,3-610 002019 5.87 Odorizzipitchedto1batterinthe7th. Inheritedrunners-scored„Brice2-0,Duke 1-0. Umpires„Home,TomWoodringFirst,Ted BarrettSecond,LanceBarksdaleThird,Will Little. T „2:58.A„27,115(39,504). W HITESOX8,ROYALS0FIRSTGAME CHICAGOABRHBIBBSOAVG. Moncada2b512101.271 S anchez3b502300.287 A breu1b300020.272 Delmonicolf410012.231 Davidsondh513001.259 Castilloc400003.234 a-Narvaezph-c100001.133 Palkarf534300.308 A ndersonss412000.280 Garciacf412100.240 T OTALS40815838 KANSASCITYABRHBIBBSOAVG. Merri“eld2b400001.250 Moustakas3b400000.299 Perezdh301010.238 Duda1b401002.221 S olerrf301010.294 J aycf401001.245 Escobarss300010.195 Gordonlf402000.238 Buterac300001.170 T OTALS3206035 CHICAGO010400300„8150 KANSASCITY000000000„060 a-struckoutforCastillointhe9th. LOB„Chicago8,KansasCity8.2B„Sanchez (5),Davidson(4),Palka(1),Perez(1).HR„ Palka(1),offSmith.RBIs„Moncada(13), S anchez3(14),Palka3(4),Garcia(6). Runnersleftinscoringposition„Chicago3 (Moncada,Castillo,Anderson)KansasCity 6(Duda,Jay2,Gordon,Butera2).RISP„ Chicago5for9KansasCity0for6. Runnersmovedup„Escobar.GIDP„Castillo, Merri“eld. DP„Chicago1(Anderson,Moncada,Abreu) KansasCity1(Moustakas,Merri“eld,Duda). CHICAGOIPHRERBBSONPERA Fulmer,W,2-174 0033109 4.32 Beck22 000231 3.60 KANSASCITYIPHRERBBSONPERA Oaks,L,0-1512 551487 9.00 S tout1.12 2211 2313.50 S mith2.21 111338 3.38 Inheritedrunners-scored„Smith2-2. Umpires„Home,GregGibsonFirst,Jordan BakerSecond,SeanBarberThird,Jerry Layne.T„2:49.A„16,971(37,903).CUBS3,BREWERS0MILWAUKEEABRHBIBBSOAVG. Caincf301011.301 Y elichlf400002.262 Braun1b400000.256 S antanarf300000.239 Perez3b301001.192 V illar2b300002.275 Pinac300001.191 A rciass300002.203 Guerrap200001.000 Drakep000000--b-Sogardph100000.115 W oodruffp000000--T OTALS29020110 CHICAGOABRHBIBBSOAVG. A lmoracf311000.309 Baezss-2b401102.304 Bryant3b300011.306 Rizzo1b400001.164 Contrerasc300000.259 Schwarberlf401003.284 Duensingp000000--Cishekp000000.500 Zobrist2b-lf311001.326 Heywardrf211010.253 Quintanap100001.000 a-LaStellaph101200.270 Stropp000000--Russellss000000.215 TOTALS2836329 MILWAUKEE000000000„020 CHICAGO00100020X„361 a-singledforQuintanainthe7th.b-”iedout forDrakeinthe8th. E„Baez(6).LOB„Milwaukee3,Chicago 6.2B„Cain(7),Baez(8),Heyward(3). RBIs„Baez(26),LaStella2(9).SB„Baez (3).S„Almora,Quintana. Runnersleftinscoringposition„Milwaukee 1(Santana)Chicago3(Baez,Bryant2). RISP„Milwaukee0for3Chicago1for6. MILWAUKEEIPHRERBBSONPERA Guerra,L,2-1631126980.82 Drake132201196.39 Woodruff100002154.50 CHICAGOIPHRERBBSONPERA Quintana,W,3-172 0017103 5.74 Strop,H,11.10000313 2.45 Duensing,H,2.10 000040.00 Cishek.10 000022.84 HBP„Guerra(Contreras).WP„Quintana. Umpires„Home,EricCooperFirst,Gary CederstromThird,StuScheurwater. T„2:37.A„40,147(41,649).RANGERS7,BLUEJAYS4TEXASABRHBIBBSOAVG. DeShieldscf421012.194 Choodh503301.250 Kiner-Falefa2b501002.273 Mazararf501001.297 Gallo1b310022.233 Nunez3b300010.125 Profarss311211.227 Chirinosc422201.186 Rualf411002.184 TOTALS367107512 TORONTOABRHBIBBSOAVG. Grandersonlf301000.317 a-Pearceph-lf100001.283 Hernandezrf411001.296 Smoak1b400000.263 Solarte3b400100.218 Pillarcf422200.309 GurrielJr.2b411101.227 Moralesdh300010.170 Mailec401001.351 Diazss301000.189 TOTALS3447414 TEXAS030201001„7100 TORONTO000011101„470 a-struckoutforGrandersoninthe8th. LOB„Texas7,Toronto4.2B„DeShields (1),Choo(7),Granderson(4).3B„Rua(1), Hernandez(2).HR„Profar(1),offGarcia Chirinos(4),offGarciaChirinos(5),offOh Pillar(2),offColonGurrielJr.(1),offColon Pillar(3),offJepsen.RBIs„Choo3(14), Profar2(7),Chirinos2(10),Solarte(12), Pillar2(13),GurrielJr.(4).SB„DeShields (3),Rua(2). Runnersleftinscoringposition„Texas 5(DeShields,Kiner-Falefa,Gallo,Nunez 2)Toronto3(Granderson,Solarte,Maile). RISP„Texas2for7Toronto0for7. Runnersmovedup„Solarte. GIDP„Kiner-Falefa. DP„Toronto1(Diaz,GurrielJr.,Smoak). TEXASIPHRERBBSONPERA Colon,W,1-076 330298 2.87 Diekman,H,310 000214 5.40 Jepsen.21 111014 4.85 Kela,S,6-6.10000043.00 TORONTOIPHRERBBSONPERA Garcia,L,2-25555451035.40 Oh111102152.38 Tepera110000122.13 Axford100013222.08 Osuna131102212.38 Inheritedrunners-scored„Kela1-0.WP„ Garcia3.PB„Chirinos(1). Umpires„Home,MikeWintersFirst,Tim TimmonsSecond,RobDrakeThird,Mike Muchlinski. T„3:00.A„39,176(53,506).MARINERS12,INDIANS4SEATTLEABRHBIBBSOAVG. 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Runnersmovedup„Seager,Haniger,Perez. SEATTLEIPHRERBBSONPERA Leake,W,3-266441698 6.48 Pazos10000211 1.80 Vincent10 000086.10 Bradford10 001219 1.69 CLEVELANDIPHRERBBSONPERA Carrasco,L,4-1355414643.08 McAllister1454012810.38 Beliveau1.210020370.00 Belisle2.100001245.59 Otero122200154.91 Inheritedrunners-scored„Belisle2-0.HBP„ Carrasco(Gordon). Umpires„Home,MarkWegnerFirst,Jim ReynoldsSecond,MikeDiMuroThird,Chad Whitson. T„3:00.A„19,172(35,225).DBACKS4,NATIONALS3,10INN.ARIZONAABRHBIBBSOAVG. Peraltalf423210.322 Dysonrf400010.174 Pollockcf401210.284 Descalso3b-1b502001.212 Walker1b400012.083 Boxbergerp000000--Marte2b400000.214 Avilac301001.174 c-Murphyph-c100000.222 Ahmedss422000.213 Corbinp200001.273 Salasp000000.000 b-Goldschmidtph100001.275 Bradleyp000000--Hiranop000000--e-Marreroph-3b100001.212 TOTALS3749447 WASHINGTONABRHBIBBSOAVG. Turnerss410012.264 Zimmerman1b512200.200 1-Bautistapr000000.000 Harperrf401012.250 Kendrick2b411110.301 Taylorcf501001.220 Sierralf200001.231 d-M.Adamsph-lf100000.261 Sanchez3b401003.250 Severinoc301000.245 Torresp000000--Hellicksonp200001.000 Gottp000000--Kintzlerp000000--a-Difoph101000.212 Madsonp000000--Doolittlep000000--Solisp000000--A.Adamsp000000--Wietersc100000.200 TOTALS36383310 ARIZONA0001010101„490 WASHINGTON0020010000„380 a-singledforKintzlerinthe7th.b-struckout forSalasinthe8th.c-poppedoutforAvilain the9th.d-groundedoutforSierrainthe9th. e-struckoutforHiranointhe10th. 1-ranforZimmermaninthe10th. LOB„Arizona7,Washington8.2B„Ahmed (5),Zimmerman(3),Taylor(6),Sanchez(1). HR„Peralta(4),offHellicksonPeralta(5), offHellicksonZimmerman(4),offCorbin Kendrick(4),offCorbin.RBIs„Peralta2 (16),Pollock2(21),Zimmerman2(13), Kendrick(11).SB„Turner(11). Runnersleftinscoringposition„Arizona4 (Descalso,Walker2,Marte)Washington5 (Turner,Zimmerman,Taylor2,Sanchez). RISP„Arizona1for7Washington1for8. Runnersmovedup„Severino,Turner. GIDP„Walker,Ahmed,Turner. DP„Arizona1(Marte,Ahmed, Walker)Washington2(Kendrick,Turner, Zimmerman),(Sanchez,Kendrick, Zimmerman). ARIZONAIPHRERBBSONPERA Corbin6.27 331785 2.25 Salas.10 000041.72 Bradley10 000161.76 Hirano,W,2-010 000113 1.46 Boxberger,S,8-811 002120 2.45 WASHINGTONIPHRERBBSONPERA Hellickson5.152211574.11 Gott.20000073.86 Kintzler,H,5100001124.85 Madson,BS,2-413 110116 6.23 Doolittle100001132.25 Solis,L,0-1.111111145.23 A.Adams000020110.00 Torres.20000294.91 A.Adamspitchedto2battersinthe10th. Inheritedrunners-scored„Salas1-0, A.Adams2-1,Torres3-0.HBP„Corbin2 (Severino,Sierra). Umpires„Home,NicLentzFirst,BillWelke Second,MikeEverittThird,TonyRandazzo. T„3:16.A„32,963(41,313).DODGERS15,GIANTS6FIRSTGAME LOSANGELESABRHBIBBSOAVG. 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E„Grandal(1),Blanco(2).LOB„Los Angeles13,SanFrancisco9.2B„Utley3 (6),Pederson(3),Muncy(1),Farmer(3). 3B„Bellinger(2),Pederson(1).HR„Taylor (4),offStrattonHanson(1),offBaez Hundley(2),offFields.RBIs„Taylor2(10), Utley2(11),Seager2(11),Bellinger3(12), Pederson4(10),Muncy(3),Sandoval(7), Hundley(4),Hanson3(3).SB„Taylor(1), Blanco(2),Hernandez(2). Runnersleftinscoringposition„Los Angeles7(Seager,Pederson,Puig,Muncy, Buehler2,Farmer)SanFrancisco2(Slater, Hundley).RISP„LosAngeles12for27San Francisco3for8. Runnersmovedup„Seager,Taylor, Crawford.LIDP„Farmer. DP„SanFrancisco1(Sandoval,Tomlinson). LOSANGELESIPHRERBBSONPERA Buehler,W,1-056 221694 1.80 Stripling10 000116 0.63 Baez.14 331124 4.50 Liberatore.20 000110 0.00 Fields12 110020 1.46 Alexander10 001116 6.35 SANFRANCISCOIPHRERBBSONPERA Sandoval10 000011 0.00 Stratton,L,2-21.16 664363 3.90 Gomez3.16 331273 7.71 Law38651363 9.95 Gearrin.10 000055.19 Inheritedrunners-scored„Liberatore2-0, Gomez1-0,Law2-0,Gearrin1-0.HBP„ Gomez(Barnes),Law(Farmer),Gearrin (Barnes).WP„Buehler. Umpires„Home,TrippGibsonFirst,Roberto OrtizSecond,DanIassognaThird,Adrian Johnson. T„3:53.A„41,809(41,915).RAYS12,REDSOX6TAMPABAYABRHBIBBSOAVG. Duffy3b604002.296 Cron1b621001.271 Gomezrf612102.178 Ramosc323210.292 1-Sucrepr-c101100.360 Robertson2b300120.345 Spanlf422211.268 Hechavarriass422010.282 Refsnyderdh300001.174 a-Millerph-dh211101.226 Fieldcf522301.227 TOTALS4312181159 BOSTONABRHBIBBSOAVG. Bettsrf221001.344 Swihartlf200001.150 Benintendilf-cf523001.250 Ramirez1b302120.326 Martinezdh400013.301 Bogaertsss401201.391 Devers3b513202.278 Nunez2b511002.239 BradleyJr.cf-rf401002.207 Vazquezc400001.183 TOTALS386125314 TAMPABAY022011114„12181 BOSTON111110001„6121 a-struckoutforRefsnyderinthe7th. 1-ranforRamosinthe7th. E„Duffy(3),Nunez(1).LOB„TampaBay9, Boston10.2B„Duffy(3),Cron(5),Ramos (5),Sucre(1),Betts(11),Benintendi2 (7).HR„Span(2),offPriceRamos(4),off PriceGomez(4),offHembreeField(1),off JohnsonDevers(4),offYarbrough.RBIs„ Gomez(7),Ramos2(13),Robertson(8), Span2(19),Field3(3),Sucre(3),Miller(9), Ramirez(17),Bogaerts2(11),Devers2(20). SF„Bogaerts. Runnersleftinscoringposition„TampaBay 7(Cron,Robertson2,Span2,Miller2) Boston6(Devers,Nunez3,BradleyJr.2). RISP„TampaBay6for18Boston5for17. Runnersmovedup„Hechavarria,Vazquez, Benintendi.GIDP„Refsnyder,Vazquez. DP„TampaBay1(Hechavarria,Robertson, Cron)Boston1(Nunez,Bogaerts,Ramirez). TAMPABAYIPHRERBBSONPERA Chirinos263323533.71 Yarbrough,W,1-1432206484.19 Roe,H,7.200001103.38 Alvarado,H,81.110002162.70 Romo12111230 7.04 BOSTONIPHRERBBSONPERA Price,L,.25.28 654585 3.78 Hembree.13111032 4.05 Barnes10 000292.61 Johnson27 550248 4.80 Chirinospitchedto4battersinthe3rd. Hembreepitchedto3battersinthe7th. Inheritedrunners-scored„Yarbrough3-0, Alvarado1-0,Hembree1-1,Barnes2-0. HBP„Chirinos(Betts).WP„Chirinos2, Romo.PB„Vazquez(2). Umpires„Home,RyanBlakneyFirst,Jim WolfSecond,D.J.ReyburnThird,Sam Holbrook. T„3:52.A„35,795(37,731).BRAVES4,PHILLIES1ATLANTAABRHBIBBSOAVG. Inciartecf501100.259 Albies2b311111.288 Freeman1b501101.327 Markakisrf211130.307 Acunalf300011.375 Swansonss401001.301 Flowersc401001.250 Flaherty3b411001.304 Foltynewiczp311001.182 Carlep000000.000 d-Tuckerph101000.267 Minterp000000--Winklerp000000.000 Vizcainop000000--TOTALS3449457 PHILADELPHIAABRHBIBBSOAVG. 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ATLANTAIPHRERBBSONPERA Fltynwicz,W,2-163 112691 2.53 Carle,H,512 000019 0.96 Minter,H,3.10 002017 2.13 Winkler,H,3.20 000281.38 Vizcaino,S,3-410 001316 1.42 PHILADELPHIAIPHRERBBSONPERA Pivetta,L,1-156 443682 3.27 Ramos1.11 001024 0.77 Morgan.20001116 2.79 Arano12000090.75 Rios10 000018 3.18 Inheritedrunners-scored„Winkler2-0, Morgan1-0. Umpires„Home,KerwinDanleyFirst,Scott BarrySecond,RamonDeJesusThird,Paul Nauert. T„3:10.A„27,794(43,647).BOXSCORES ROUNDUP/MATCHUPSCubs3,Brewers0: JoseQuintana pitchedsevensharpinningsto helptheChicagoCubsdefeated Milwaukee. Twins3,Reds1: JakeOdorizzi pitchedintotheseventhinning, MitchGarverhomeredandtheTwins snappedaneight-gameskid. WhiteSox8,Royals0,Game1: CarsonFulmerpitchedseveninnings offour-hitballandDanielPalkahad fourhits,leadingChicagotoanother victoryoverKansasCity. Rangers7,BlueJays4: BartoloColon pitchedsevenef“cientinningsto earnhis“rstwinwithTexas. Mariners12,Indians4: JeanSegura hitatwo-runhomerandmatcheda careerhighwithfourRBIs,helping SeattleroutCleveland. Diamondbacks4,Nationals3,10 innings: DavidPeraltahadhis“rst multihomergameandNickAhmed scoredthewinningrunonabasesloadedwalkinthe10thinning. Rays12,RedSox6: WilsonRamos wentdeepagainandscoredon DenardSpansinside-the-parkhomer intheRayseighthstraightwin. Dodgers15,Giants6,Game1: Chase Utleyhitthreedoublesandasingle inarout. Braves4,Phillies1: MikeFoltynewicz helpedtheBraveswinfortheninth timeintheirlast12games. 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VSOPP-Pitchersrecordversusthisopponent. THISDATEINBASEBALL1986: RogerClemenssetamajorleaguerecordbystrikingout20battersasBostondefeatedSeattle3-1.FRIDAYSGAMES AmericanLeague Baltimore6,Detroit0 Texas6,Toronto4 Cleveland6,Seattle5 TampaBay4,Boston3 Oakland8,Houston1 ChicagoWhiteSox7,KansasCity4,11 innings N.Y.Yankees4,L.A.Angels3,10innings NationalLeague ChicagoCubs3,Milwaukee2 Arizona5,Washington4 Philadelphia7,Atlanta3 Pittsburgh6,St.Louis5,11innings Colorado1,Miami0 N.Y.Mets5,SanDiego1 SanFrancisco6,L.A.Dodgers4 Interleague Cincinnati15,Minnesota9 MONDAYSGAMES AmericanLeague TexasatCleveland,6:10p.m. KansasCityatBoston,7:10p.m. TampaBayatDetroit,7:10p.m. N.Y.YankeesatHouston,8:10p.m. TorontoatMinnesota,8:10p.m. NationalLeague ColoradoatChicagoCubs,7:05p.m. PittsburghatWashington,7:05p.m. MilwaukeeatCincinnati,7:10p.m. PhiladelphiaatMiami,7:10p.m. L.A.DodgersatArizona,9:40p.m. SanDiegoatSanFrancisco,10:15p.m.BASEBALLCALENDARMAY16-17: Ownersmeetings,New York. 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The Sun / Sunday, April 29, 2018 www.yoursun.com SP Page 5SCOREBOARD HOCKEYECHL PLAYOFFSAll Times Eastern Division Semi“ nals(Best-of-7; x-if necessary) Eastern ConferenceNorth DivisionAdirondack 4, Worcester 2 Friday, April 13: Adirondack 3, Worcester 0 Saturday, April 14: Worcester 2, Adirondack 0 Sunday, April 15: Adirondack 3, Worcester 1 Wednesday, April 18: Adirondack 2, Worcester 1 Saturday, April 21: Worcester 6, Adirondack 5 Monday, April 23: Adirondack 3, Worcester 1 Manchester 4, Reading 0 Friday, April 13: Manchester 3, Reading 2, OT Saturday, April 14: Manchester 3, Reading 2, OT Monday, April 16: Manchester 4, Reading 3, OT Wednesday, April 18: Manchester 3, Reading 0South DivisionFlorida 4, Atlanta 0 Monday, April 16: Florida 4, Atlanta 1 Tuesday, April 17: Florida 3, Atlanta 2 Thursday, April 19: Florida 4, Atlanta 2 Friday, April 20: Florida 3, Atlanta 2, OT Orlando 4, South Carolina 0 Thursday, April 12: Orlando 2, South Carolina 0 Saturday, April 14: Orlando 2, South Carolina 1 Thursday, April 19: Orlando 2, South Carolina 1, OT Saturday, April 21: Orlando 2, South Carolina 1, OTWestern Conference Central DivisionToledo 4, Indy 0 Friday, April 13: Toledo 4, Indy 3, OT Sunday, April 15: Toledo 4, Indy 3 Wednesday, April 18: Toledo 3, Indy 1 Thursday, April 19: Toledo 3, Indy 2, OT Fort Wayne 4, Cincinnati 1 Saturday, April 14: Fort Wayne 4, Cincinnati 3, OT Sunday, April 15: Fort Wayne 3, Cincinnati 1 Thursday, April 19: Cincinnati 7, Fort Wayne 6, OT Saturday, April 21: Fort Wayne 2, Cincinnati 1 Sunday, April 22: Fort Wayne 4, Cincinnati 2Mountain DivisionColorado 4, Wichita 2 Sunday, April 15: Colorado 2, Wichita 1, OT Monday, April 16: Colorado 5, Wichita 2 Wednesday, April 18: Colorado 4, Wichita 2 Friday, April 20: Wichita 6, Colorado 0 Saturday, April 21: Wichita 5, Colorado 4, OT Monday, April 23: Colorado 5, Wichita 3 Idaho 4, Allen 3 Friday, April 13: Allen 3, Idaho 2 Saturday, April 14: Allen 5, Idaho 4 Wednesday, April 18: Allen 5, Idaho 3 Friday, April 20: Idaho 2, Allen 1 Sunday, April 22: Idaho 2, Allen 1 Tuesday, April 24: Idaho 6, Allen 3 Wednesday, April 25: Idaho 4, Allen 1 ___Division Finals(Best-of-7; x-if necessary)Eastern Conference North DivisionManchester 1, Adirondack 0 Friday, April 27: Manchester 5, Adirondack 3 Saturday, April 28: Manchester at Adirondack, 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, May 1: Manchester at Adirondack, 7:00 p.m. Thursday, May 3: Manchester at Adirondack, 7:00 p.m. x-Sunday, May 6: Adirondack at Manchester, 6:00 p.m. x-Monday, May 7: Adirondack at Manchester, 7:00 p.m. x-Wednesday, May 9: Manchester at Adirondack, 7:00 p.m.South DivisionFlorida 1, Orlando 0 Friday, April 27: Florida 4, Orlando 1 Saturday, April 28: Orlando at Florida, 7:00 p.m. Thursday, May 3: Florida at Orlando, 7:00 p.m. Friday, May 4: Florida at Orlando, 7:00 p.m. x-Sunday, May 6: Florida at Orlando, 1:30 p.m. x-Tuesday, May 8: Orlando at Florida, 7:30 p.m. x-Wednesday, May 9: Orlando at Florida, 7:30 p.m.Western Conference Central DivisionFort Wayne vs. Toledo Saturday, April 28: Fort Wayne at Toledo, 7:35 p.m. Sunday, April 29: Fort Wayne at Toledo, 5:15 p.m. Wednesday, May 2: Toledo at Fort Wayne, 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 4: Toledo at Fort Wayne, 8:00 p.m. x-Saturday, May 5: Fort Wayne at Toledo, 7:35 p.m. x-Tuesday, May 8: Toledo at Fort Wayne, 7:30 p.m. x-Wednesday, May 9: Fort Wayne at Toledo, 7:35 p.m.Mountain DivisionIdaho vs. Colorado Saturday, April 28: Idaho at Colorado, 9:05 p.m. Sunday, April 29: Idaho at Colorado, 9:05 p.m. Wednesday, May 2: Colorado at Idaho, 9:10 p.m. Thursday, May 3: Colorado at Idaho, 9:10 p.m. x-Saturday, May 5: Colorado at Idaho, 9:10 p.m. x-Monday, May 7: Idaho at Colorado, 9:05 p.m. x-Wednesday, May 9: Idaho at Colorado, 9:05 p.m.NHL STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFSAll times EasternCONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) EASTERN CONFERENCE PITTSBURGH 1, WASHINGTON 0April 26: Pittsburgh 3, Washington 2 Today: Pittsburgh at Washington, 3 p.m.Tuesday: Washington at Pittsburgh, 7:30 p.m.Thursday: Washington at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m.x-Saturday, May 5: Pittsburgh at Washington, TBDx-Monday, May 7: Washington at Pittsburgh, TBDx-Wednesday, May 9: Pittsburgh at Washington, TBDBOSTON 1, TAMPA BAY 0Saturday: Boston 6, Tampa Bay 2Monday: Boston at Tampa Bay, 7 p.m.Wednesday: Tampa Bay at Boston, 7 p.m.Friday, May 4: Tampa Bay at Boston, 7 p.m.x-Sunday, May 6: Boston at Tampa Bay, TBDx-Tuesday, May 8: Tampa Bay at Boston, TBDx-Thursday, May 10: Boston at Tampa Bay, TBDBRUINS 6, LIGHTNING 2BOSTON 1 2 3 „ 6 TAMPA BAY 0 2 0 „ 2 First Period„1, Boston, Ric.Nash 2 (Pastrnak, Bergeron), 17:11 (pp). Penalties„Callahan, TB, (tripping), 17:03. Second Period„2, Boston, Bergeron 2 (Pastrnak, Marchand), 0:42. 3, Tampa Bay, Girardi 1 (Hedman, Paquette), 2:31. 4, Boston, Ric.Nash 3 (Pastrnak, Krejci), 12:33. 5, Tampa Bay, Sergachev 2 (Point, Gourde), 13:22 (pp). Penalties„Pastrnak, BOS, (cross checking), 10:17; DeBrusk, BOS, (interference), 12:41. Third Period„6, Boston, Marchand 4 (McAvoy), 3:32. 7, Boston, Bergeron 3 (Pastrnak, Marchand), 10:11. 8, Boston, DeBrusk 6 (McAvoy, Marchand), 13:41. Penalties„DeBrusk, BOS, (cross checking), 11:24. Shots on Goal„Boston 13-5-6„24. Tampa Bay 11-14-11„36. Power -play opportunities„Boston 1 of 1; Tampa Bay 1 of 3. Goalies„Boston, Rask 5-3 (36 shots-34 saves). Tampa Bay, Vasilevskiy 4-2 (23-18). A„19,092 (19,092). T„2:29. Referees„Brad Meier, Dan OHalloran. Linesmen„David Brisebois, Brad Kovachik.WESTERN CONFERENCE WINNIPEG 1, NASHVILLE 0Friday: Winnipeg 4, Nashville 1Today: Winnipeg at Nashville, 7 p.m. Tuesday: Nashville at Winnipeg, 8 p.m. Thursday: Nashville at Winnipeg, 9:30 p.m. x-Saturday, May 5: Winnipeg at Nashville, TBD x-Monday, May 7: Nashville at Winnipeg, TBD x-Thursday, May 10: Winnipeg at Nashville, TBDVEGAS 1, SAN JOSE 0April 26: Vegas 7, San Jose 0Saturday: San Jose at Vegas, late Monday: Vegas at San Jose, 10 p.m. Wednesday: Vegas at San Jose, 10 p.m. x-Friday, May 4: San Jose at Vegas, 10 p.m. x-Sunday, May 6: Vegas at San Jose, TBD x-Tuesday, May 8: San Jose at Vegas, TBDPRO FOOTBALL2018 NFL DRAFTThursday night through Saturday at DallasSaturday Fourth Round101. Carolina (from Cleveland through Green Bay), Ian Thomas, te, Indiana. 102. Minnesota (from N.Y. Giants through Tampa Bay), Jaylin Holmes, de, Ohio State. 103. Houston, Keke Coutee, wr, Texas Tech. 104. Indianapolis, Nyheim Hines, rb, N.C. State. 105. Cleveland (from Chicago through New England), Antonio Callaway, wr, Florida. 106. Denver, Josey Jewell, lb, Iowa. 107. N.Y. Jets, Chris Herndon, te, Miami. 108. N.Y. Giants (from Tampa Bay), Kyle Lauletta, qb, Richmond. 109. Washington (from San Francisco through Denver), Troy Apke, s, Penn State. 110. Oakland, Nick Nelson, cb, Wisconsin. 111. L.A. Rams (from Miami), Brian Allen, c, Michigan State. 112. Cincinnati, Mark Walton, rb, Miami. 113. Denver (from Washington), DeaSean Hamilton, wr, Penn State. 114. Detroit (from Green Bay through Cleveland and New England), DaShawn Hand, de, Alabama. 115. Chicago (from Arizona), Joel Iyiegbuniwe, lb, Western Kentucky. 116. Dallas, Dorance Armstrong, de, Kansas. 117. Tampa Bay (from Detroit through New England), Jordan Whitehead, s, Pittsburgh. 118. Baltimore, Anthony Averett, cb, Alabama. 119. L.A. Chargers, Kyzir White, s, West Virginia. 120. Seattle, Will Dissly, te, Washington. 121. Buffalo, Taron Johnson, cb, Weber State. 122. Baltimore (from Kansas City), Kenny Young, lb, UCLA. 123. Miami (from Carolina through Cleveland), Durham Smythe, te, Notre Dame. 124. Kansas City (from L.A. Rams), Armani Watts, s, Texas A&M. 125. Philadelphia (from Tennessee through Baltimore), Avonte Maddox, db, Pittsburgh. 126. Atlanta, Ito Smith, rb, Southern Miss. 127. New Orleans, Rick Leonard, ot, Florida State. 128. San Francisco (from Pittsburgh), Kentavius Street, de, NC State. 129. Jacksonville, Will Richardson, OT, NC State. 130. Philadelphia (from Minnesota), Josh Sweat, dl, Florida State. 131. Miami (from New England through Philadelphia), Kalen Ballage, rb, Arizona State. 132. Baltimore (from Philadelphia), Jaleel Scott, wr, New Mexico State.Compensatory Selections133. Green Bay, JMon Moore, wr, Missouri. 134. Arizona, Chase Edmonds, rb, Fordham. 135. L.A. Rams (from N.Y. Giants), John FranklinMyers, de, Stephen F. Austin. 136. Carolina (from New England through L.A. Rams), Marquis Haynes, de, Mississippi. 137. Dallas, Dalton Schultz, te, Stanford.Fifth Round138. Green Bay (from Cleveland), Cole Madison, g, Washington State. 139. N.Y. Giants, RJ McIntosh, dt, Miami. 140. Oakland (from Indianapolis), Maurice Hurst, dt, Michigan. 141. Seattle (from Houston), Shaquem Grif“ n, lb, UCF. 142. San Francisco (from Denver through Washington), D.J. Reed, cb, Kansas State. 143. New England (from N.Y. Jets through San Francisco), JaWhaun Bentley, lb, Purdue. 144. Tampa Bay, Justin Watson, wr, Pennsylvania. 145. Chicago, Bilal Nichols, dt, Delaware. 146. Seattle (from Oakland), Tre Flowers, s, Oklahoma State. 147. L.A. Rams (from Miami through New Orleans, Green Bay and Carolina), Michah Kiser, lb. Virginia. 148. Pittsburgh (from San Francisco), Marcus Allen, s, Penn State. 149. Seattle (from Washington through Denver), Michael Dickson, p, Texas. 150. Cleveland (from Green Bay), Genard Avery, lb, Memphis State. 151. Cincinnati, Davontae Harris, cb, Illinois State. 152. Tennessee (from Arizona through Oakland and Baltimore), Dane Crulkshank, s, Arizona. 153. Detroit, Tyrell Crosby, g, Oregon. 154. Buffalo (from Baltimore), Siran Neal, s, Jacksonville State. 155. L.A. Chargers, Scott Quessenberry, c, UCLA. 156. Denver (from Seattle through Philadelphia and Seattle), Troy Fumagalli, te, Wisconsin. 157. Minnesota (from Dallas through N.Y. Jets), Tyler Conklin, te, Central Michigan. 158. Cincinnati (from Buffalo), Andrew Brown, dt, Virginia. 159. Indianapolis (from Kansas City through Cleveland, New England and Oakland), Daurice Fountain, wr, Northern Iowa. 160. L.A. Rams (from L.A. Rams through Denver), Ogbonnia Okoronkwa, de, Oklahoma. 161. Carolina, Jermaine Carter, lb, Maryland. 162. Baltimore (from Tennessee), Jordan Lasley, wr, UCLA. 163. Washington (from Atlanta through Denver), Tim Settle, dt, Virginia Tech. 164. New Orleans, Natrell Jamerson, s, Wisconsin. 165. Pittsburgh, Jaylen Samuels, te, NC State. 166. Buffalo (from Jacksonville), Wyatt Teller, g, Virginia Tech. 167. Minnesota (from Minnesota through N.Y. Jets), Daniel Carlson, k, Auburn. 168. Seattle (from New England), Jamarco Jones, ot, Ohio State. 169. Indianapolis (from Philadelphia), Jordan Wilkins, rb, Mississippi.Compensatory Selections170. Cincinnati, Darius Phillips, cb, Western Michigan. 171. Dallas, Mike White, qb, Western Kentucky. 172. Green Bay, JK Scott, p, Alabama. 173. Oakland (from Dallas), Johnny Townsend, p, Florida. 174. Green Bay, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, wr, South Florida.Sixth Round175. Cleveland, Damion Ratley, wr, Texas A&M. 176. L.A. Rams (from N.Y. Giants), John Kelly, rb, Tennessee. 177. Houston, Duke Ejiofor, de, Wake Forest. 178. New England (from Indianapolis through Cleveland), Christian Sam, lb, Arizona State. 179. N.Y. Jets, Parry Nickerson, cb, Tulane. 180. N.Y. Jets (from Tampa Bay through Minnesota), Foley Fatukasi, dt, UConn. 181. Chicago, Kylie Fitts, de, Utah. 182. Arizona (from Denver), Chris Campbell, cb, Penn State. 183. L.A. Rams (from Miami), Sam Jones, ol, Arizona State. 184. San Francisco, Marcell Harris, s, Florida. 185. Indianapolis (from Oakland), Deon Cain, wr, Clemson. 186. Seattle (from Green Bay), Jake Martin, de, Temple. 187. Buffalo (from Cincinnati), Ray-Ray McCloud, wr, Clemson. 188. Cleveland (from Washington), Simeon Thomas, cb, Louisiana-Lafayette. 189. New Orleans (from Arizona), Kamrin Moore, cb, Boston College. 190. Baltimore, DeShon Elliott, s, Texas. 191. L.A. Chargers, Dylan Campbell, wr, Texas Tech. 192. L.A. Rams (from Seattle through Oakland through Dallas), Jamil Demby, ot, Maine. 193. Dallas, Chris Covington, lb, Indiana. 194. Atlanta (from Detroit through L.A. Rams), Russell Gage, wr, LSU. 195. L.A. Rams (from Buffalo), Sebastian Joseph, dt, Rutgers. 196. Kansas City, Tremon Smith, cb, Central Arkansas. 197. Washington (from Carolina through L.A. Rams), Shaun Dion Hamilton, lb, Alabama. 198. Kansas City (from L.A. Rams through New England), Reginald McKenzie, g, Tennessee. 199. Tennessee, Luke Falk, qb, Washington State. 200. Atlanta, Foye Oluokun, s, Yale. 201. New Orleans, Boston Scott, rb, Louisiana Tech. 202. Tampa Bay (from Pittsburgh), Jack Cichy, lb, Wisconsin. 203. Jacksonville, Tanner Lee, qb, Nebraska. 204. N.Y. Jets (from Minnesota), Trenton Cannon, rb, Virginia State. 205. L.A. Rams (from New England through Cleveland and Washington), Trevon Young, de, Louisville. 206. Philadelphia, Matt Pryor, ot, TCU.Compensatory Selections207. Green Bay, Equanimeous St. Brown, wr, Notre Dame. 208. Dallas, Cedrick Wilson, wr, Boise State. 209. Miami (from Kansas City through L.A. Rams), Cornell Armstrong, cb, Southern Miss. 210. New England (from Oakland), Braxton Berrios, wr, Miami. 211. Houston, Jordan Thomas, te, Mississippi State. 212. Baltimore (from Oakland), Greg Senat, ot, Wagner. 213. Minnesota, Colby Gossett, g, Appalachian State. 214. Houston, Peter Kalambayl, de, Stanford. 215. Baltimore (from Baltimore through Tennessee), Bradley Bozeman, c, Alabama. 216. Oakland, Azeem Victor, lb, Washington. 217. Denver (from Oakland through L.A. Rams), Keishawn Bierria, lb, Washington. 218. Minnesota, Ade Aruna, de, Tulane.Seventh Round 219. New England (from Cleveland), Danny Etling, qb, LSU. 220. Seattle (from N.Y. Giants through Pittsburgh), Alex McGough, qb, FIU. 221. Indianapolis, Matthew Adams, lb, Houston. 222. Houston, Jermaine Kelly, db, San Jose State. 223. San Francisco (from Tampa Bay through Miami), Jullian Taylor, dt, Temple. 224. Chicago, Javon Wims, wr, Georgia. 225. Minnesota (from Denver through Minnesota and N.Y. Jets), Devante Downs, lb, California. 226. Denver (from N.Y. Jets through Seattle), David Williams, rb, Arkansas. 227. Miami (from San Francisco), Quentin Poling, lb, Ohio. 228. Oakland, Marcell Ateman, wr, Oklahoma State. 229. Miami, Jason Sanders, k, New Mexico. 230. Jacksonville (from Cincinnati), Leon Jacobs, de, Wisconsin. 231. L.A. Rams (from Washington), Travin Howard, lb, TCU. 232. Green Bay, James Looney, de, California. 233. Philadelphia (from Arizona through Kansas City through New England), Jordan Mailata, ot, No college. 234. Carolina (from L.A. Chargers through Buffalo), Andre Smith, lb, North Carolina. 235. Indianapolis (from Seattle through N.Y. Jets), Zaire Franklin, lb, Syracuse. 236. Dallas, Bo Scarbrough, rb, Alabama. 237. Detroit, Nick Bawden, rb, San Diego State. 238. Baltimore, Zach Sieler, de, Ferris State. 239. Green Bay (from Buffalo), Hunter Bradley, ls, Mississippi State. 240. San Francisco (from Kansas City), Richie James, wr, Middle Tennessee. 241. Washington (from L.A. Rams), Greg Stroman, cb, Virginia Tech. 242. Carolina, Kendrick Norton, dt, Miami. 243. New England (from Tennessee through Kansas City), Keion Crossen, db, Western Carolina. 244. L.A. Rams (from Atlanta), Justin Lawler, de, SMU. 245. New Orleans, Will Clapp, g, LSU. 246. Pittsburgh, Joshua Frazier, dt, Alabama. 247. Jacksonville, Logan Cooke, p, Mississippi State. 248. Green Bay (from Minnesota through Seattle), Kendall Donnerson, de, Southeast Missouri State. 249. Cincinnati (from New England), Logan Woodside, qb, Toledo. 250. New England (from Philadelphia through Seattle, New England, Seattle and Philadelphia), Ryan Izzo, te, Flroida State.Compensatory Selections251. L.A. Chargers, Justin Jackson, rb, Northwestern. 252. Cincinnati, Rod Taylor, g, Mississippi. 253. Cincinnati, Auden Tate, wr, Florida state. 254. Arizona, Korey Cunningham, ot, Cincinnati. 255. Buffalo (from Tampa Bay), Austin Proehl, wr, North Carolina. 256. Washington (from Atlanta through L.A. Rams), Trey Quinn, wr, SMU.DRAFT TRADES Saturday24. New England traded its fourth-round (No. 105) pick to Cleveland for the Browns fourth-round (No. 114) and sixth-round (No. 178) picks and a 2019 third-round pick. Cleveland selected Antonio Callaway, wr, Florida. New England traded (No. 114) to Detroit and selected Christian Sam, lb, Arizona State. 25. New England traded its fourth-round (No. 114) pick to Detroit for the Lions 2019 third-round pick. Detroit selected DaShawn Hand, de, Alabama. 26. L.A. Rams traded its fourth-round (No. 136) pick to Carolina for the Panthers “ fth(No. 147) and sixth-round (No. 197). Carolina selected Marquis Haynes, de, Mississippi. L.A. Rams selected Michah Kiser, lb. Virginia and traded (No. 197) to Washington. 27. Indianapolis traded its “ fth-round (No. 140) pick to Oakland for the Raiders “ fth(No. 159) and sixth-round (No. 185) picks. Oakland selected Maurice Hurst, dt, Michigan. Indianapolis selected Daurice Fountain, wr, Northern Iowa and Deon Cain, wr, Clemson. 28. Denver traded its “ fth-round (No. 149) to Seattle for the Seahawks “ fth(No. 156) and seventh-round (No. 226) picks. Seattle selected Michael Dickson, p, Texas. Denver selected Troy Fumagalli, te, Wisconsin and David Williams, rb, Arkansas. 29. Baltimore traded its “ fth-round (No. 152) pick to Tennessee for the Titans “ fth(No. 162), sixth-round (No. 215) picks. Tennessee selected Dane Crulkshank, s, Arizona. Baltimore selected Jordan Lasley, wr, UCLA and Bradley Bozeman, c, Alabama. 30. N.J. Jets traded its “ fth-round (No. 157) pick to Minnesota for the Vikings “ fth(No. 167) and seventh-round (No. 225) picks. Minnesota selected Tyler Conklin, te, Central Michigan. N.Y. Jets traded (No. 167) and (No. 225) back to Minnesota. 31. Dallas traded WR Tavon Austin to the L.A. Rams for the Rams sixth-round (No. 192) pick. Dallas selected Jamil Demby, ot, Maine. 32. Denver traded its “ fth-round (No. 160) pick to the L.A. Rams for the Rams sixth(No. 183) and seventh-round (No. 217) picks. L.A. Rams selected Ogbonnia Okoronkwa, de, Oklahoma. Denver selected Sam Jones, ol, Arizona State and Keishawn Bierria, lb, Washington. 33. N.J. Jets traded its “ fth(No. 167) and seventh-round (No. 225) picks to Minnesota for the Vikings sixth-round (No. 180) and (No. 204) picks. Minnesota selected Daniel Carlson, k, Auburn and Devante Downs, cb, California. N.Y. Jets selected Foley Fatukasi, dt, UConn and Trenton Cannon, rb, Virginia State. 34. N.Y. Jets traded its seventh-round (No. 235) to Indianapolis for DE Henry Anderson. Indianapolis selected Zaire Franklin, lb, Syracuse. 35. L.A. Rams traded its sixth-round (No. 194) pick to Atlanta for the Falcons seventh-round (No. 244) and (No. 256) picks. Atlanta selected Russell Gage, wr, LSU. L.A. Rams selected Justin Lawler, de, SMU and traded (No. 256) to Washington. 36. L.A. Rams traded its sixth(No. 197) and seventh-round (No. 256) picks to Washington for the Redskins sixth(No. 205) and seneth-round (No. 231) pick. Washington selected Shaun Dion Hamilton, lb, Alabama and Trey Quinn, wr, SMU. L.A. Rams selected Trevon Young, de, Louisville and Travin Howard, lb, TCU. 37. New England traded its sixth-round (No. 198) pick to Kansas City for the Chiefs seventh-round (No. 233 and No. 243) picks. Kansas City selected Reginald McKenzie, g, Tennessee. New England traded (No. 233) to Philadelphia and selected Keion Crossen, db, Western Carolina. 38. New England traded its seventh-round (No. 233) pick to Philadelphia for the Eagles seventhround (No. 250) pick and a 2019 seventh-round pick. Philadelphia selected Jordan Mailata, ot, No college. New England selected Ryan Izzo, te, Florida State. 39. Oakland traded DT Jihad Ward to Dallas for WR Ryan Switzer.PRO BASKETBALLNBA PLAYOFFSAll times EasternFIRST ROUND (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) EASTERN CONFERENCE TORONTO 4, WASHINGTON 2April 14: Toronto 114, Toronto 106 April 17: Toronto 130, Washington 119 April 20: Washington 122, Toronto 103 April 22: Washington 106, Toronto 98 April 25: Toronto 108, Washington 98 Friday: Toronto 102, Washington 92BOSTON 4, MILWAUKEE 3April 15: Boston 113, Milwaukee 107, OT April 17: Boston 120, Milwaukee 106 April 20: Milwaukee 116, Boston 92 April 22: Milwaukee 104, Boston 102 April 24: Boston 92, Milwaukee 87 April 26: Milwaukee 97, Boston 86 Saturday: Boston 112, Milwaukee 96PHILADELPHIA 4, MIAMI 1April 14: Philadelphia 130, Miami 103 April 16: Miami 113, Philadelphia 103 April 19: Philadelphia 128, Miami 108 April 21: Philadelphia 106, Miami 102 April 24: Philadelphia 104, Miami 91CLEVELAND 3, INDIANA 3April 15: Indiana 98, Cleveland 80 April 18: Cleveland 100, Indiana 97 April 20: Indiana 92, Cleveland 90 April 22: Cleveland 104, Indiana 100 April 25: Cleveland 98, Indiana 95 Friday: Indiana 121, Cleveland 87 Today: Indiana at Cleveland, 1 p.m.WESTERN CONFERENCE HOUSTON 4, MINNESOTA 1April 15: Houston 104, Minnesota 101 April 18: Houston 102, Minnesota 82 April 21: Minnesota 121, Houston 105 April 23: Houston 119, Minnesota 100 April 25: Houston 122, Minnesota 104GOLDEN STATE 4, SAN ANTONIO 1April 14: Golden State 113, San Antonio 92 April 16: Golden State 116, San Antonio 101 April 19: Golden State 110, San Antonio 97 April 22: San Antonio 103, Golden State 90 April 24: Golden State 99, San Antonio 91NEW ORLEANS 4, PORTLAND 0April 14: New Orleans 97, Portland 95 April 17: New Orleans 111, Portland 102 April 19: New Orleans 119, Portland 102 April 21: New Orleans 131, Portland 123UTAH 4, OKLAHOMA CITY 2April 15: Oklahoma City 116, Utah 108 April 18: Utah 102, Oklahoma City 95 April 21: Utah 115, Oklahoma City 102 April 23: Utah 113, Oklahoma City 96 April 25: Oklahoma City 107, Utah 99 Friday: Utah 96, Oklahoma City 91CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) WESTERN CONFERENCE NEW ORLEANS VS. GOLDEN STATESaturday: New Orleans at Golden State, late Rest of schedule: TBAHOUSTON VS. UTAHToday: Utah at Houston, 3:30 p.m. Rest of schedule: TBAODDSPREGAME.COM LINEMAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALLToday National LeagueFAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINEat Chicago -161 Milwaukee +151 at Miami -105 Colorado -105 at Washington -119 Arizona +109 St. Louis -141 at Pittsburgh +131 at Philadelphia -130 Atlanta +120 Los Angeles -142 at San Fran. +132 New York -135 at San Diego +125American Leagueat Kansas City Off Chicago Off at Boston Off Tampa Bay Off at Baltimore -150 Detroit +140 at Toronto -206 Texas +186 at Cleveland -111 Seattle +101 at Houston -213 Oakland +193 at Los Angeles -120 New York +110Interleagueat Minnesota -180 Cincinnati +165NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION PlayoffsTodayFAVORITE LINE O/U UNDERDOG at Houston 11 207 Utah at Cleveland 5 199 IndianaNATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Stanley Cup PlayoffsTodayFAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE at Washington -113 Pittsburgh +103 at Nashville -168 Winnipeg +158 Updated odds available at Pregame.comTRANSACTIONSBASEBALLAmerican LeagueBALTIMORE ORIOLES „ Optioned LHP Tanner Scott to Norfolk (IL). Recalled OF Joey Rickard from Norfolk. CHICAGO WHITE SOX „ Added RHP Juan Minaya (Charlotte-IL) as 26th man. Optioned RHP Gregory Infante to Charlotte (IL). Selected the contract of RHP Dylan Covey from Charlotte. KANSAS CITY ROYALS „ Recalled RHP Trevor Oaks from Omaha (PCL). MINNESOTA TWINS „ Selected the contract of RHP Matt Magill from Rochester (IL).National LeagueCHICAGO CUBS „ Optioned INF David Bote to Iowa (PCL). Reinstated INF/OF Ben Zobrist from the 10-day DL. CINCINNATI REDS „ Assigned INF Cliff Pennington outright to Louisville (IL) NEW YORK METS „ Optioned RHP Jacob Rhame to Las Vegas (PCL). Reinstated LHP Jason Vargas from the 10-day DL. SAN DIEGO PADRES „ Optioned 3B Cory Spangenberg to El Paso (PCL). LOS ANGELES DODGERS „ Recalled RHP Walker Buehler from Rancho Cucamonga (Cal). ST. LOUIS CARDINALS „ Optioned OF Tyler ONeill to Memphis (PCL). Recalled RHP Jack Flaherty from Memphis. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS „ Placed OF Mac Williamson on the 7-day DL and INF Joe Panik on the 10-day DL. Recalled OF Austin Slater and RHP Derek Law from Sacramento (PCL). Selected the contract of INF Alen Hanson from Sacramento. Reinstated RHP Chris Stratton from paternity leave. Transferred RHP Mark Melancon to the 60-day DL.Frontier LeagueNORMAL CORNBELTERS „ Signed Cs Brody Andrews and Jay Carp, and OF Jean Figueroa. TRAVERSE CITY BEACH BUMS „ Signed OF Kenny Peoples-Walls.HOCKEYNational Hockey LeagueNEW JERSEY DEVILS „ Recalled G Mackenzie Blackwood from Adirondack (ECHL) to Binghamton (AHL).American Hockey LeagueAHL „ Suspended Grand Rapids F Eric Tangredi one game.SOCCERMajor League SoccerNEW YORK RED BULLS „ Placed D Kyle Duncan on season-ending injured reserve.GOLFPGA TOURZURICH CLASSIC OF NEW ORLEANSSaturdays leaders at TPC Louisiana, Avondale, La. Purse: $7.2 million; Yardage: 7,425; Par: 72.Third RoundKisner/Brown 62-70-64„196 Finau/Summerhays 62-72-63„197 Kim/Putnam 62-69-66„197 Garnett/Hadley 64-73-61„198 Horschel/Piercy 65-73-61„199 Dufner/Perez 66-72-61„199 Merritt/de Jonge 62-75-62„199 Schwartzel/Oosthuizen 66-72-62„200 Knox/Laird 64-73-63„200 Paisley/Fleetwood 62-75-63„200 Duncan/Schenk 64-72-64„200 Goosen/Van Aswegen 65-71-64„200 Henry/Hoge 62-73-65„200 McCarthy/Dahmen 68-71-62„201 Johnson/Byrd 66-70-65„201 Rose/Stenson 65-71-65„201 Steele/Lovemark 64-71-66„201 Lashley/Oppenheim 64-69-68„201 Hoffman/Watney 65-72-65„202 McDowell/Poulter 65-71-66„202 Reed/Cantlay 65-71-66„202 Reavie/Glover 60-75-67„202 Kim/Yun 66-69-67„202 Chalmers/Percy 66-72-65„203 Walker/OHair 64-73-66„203 Watson/Kuchar 68-67-68„203 Gribble/Peterson 66-68-69„203 Campbell/Jones 63-70-70„203 Kang/Huh 66-73-65„204 Power /Hearn 66-72-66„204 Cejka/Crane 64-74-66„204 Werenski/Lindheim 64-71-69„204 Stroud/Stuard 68-71-66„205 Randolph/Mullinax 65-73-67„205 Day/Ruffels 64-74-67„205 Lowry/Harrington 63-75-68„206Failed to QualifyTway/Kraft 70-70„140 Landry/Gooch 66-74„140 Lingmerth/Lee 68-72„140 Zhang/Dou 60-80„140 Gay/Wise 66-74„140 Duval/Furyk 65-75„140 Thomas/Cauley 70-70„140 Spieth/Palmer 66-74„140 Garcia/Cabrera Bello 67-73„140 Bradley/Curran 66-74„140 Kaufman/Lovelady 66-75„141 Blixt/Smith 65-76„141 Points/Thompson 66-75„141 Stricker/Kelly 67-74„141 Berger/Woodland 66-75„141 Bryan/Rahm 66-75„141 Grillo/Uihlein 68-73„141 Donaldson/Fisher 66-75„141 Hughes/Conners 65-77„142 Baddeley/Stallings 67-75„142 McGirt/Burns 67-75„142 Harkins/Grif“ n 68-74„142 Pan / Blair 67-75„142 Na/An 68-74„142 Every/Saunders 67-75„142 Ancer/Diaz 66-76„142 Varner III/Garrigus 64-78„142 Hurley III/Malnati 69-74„143 Choi/Wi 67-76„143 Kirk/Poston 65-78„143 Spaun/Ryder 69-74„143 Armour/Wagner 69-75„144 Snedeker/Holmes 66-78„144 Koepka/Turnesa 67-78„145 Sabbatini/Daly 68-77„145 Mitchell/Jaeger 67-78„145 Swafford/English 68-77„145 Silverman/Atkins 66-79„145 Stefani/Rollins 67-79„146 Blaum/Barber 67-80„147 Flores/Merrick 72-76„148 Knost/Barnes 72-76„148 Gomez/Romero 69-79„148 Stegmaier/Tringale 69-79„148LPGA TOURMEDIHEAL CHAMPIONSHIPSaturdays leaders at Lake Merced Golf Club, Daly City, Calif. Purse: $1.5 million; Yardage: 6,551; Par: 72.Third RoundLydia Ko 68-70-67„205 Jessica Korda 68-67-71„206 Minjee Lee 70-70-68„208 Mariajo Uribe 71-71-68„210 Ryann OToole 70-71-69„210 Moriya Jutanugarn 71-68-71„210 Charley Hull 69-68-73„210 Ariya Jutanugarn 71-72-68„211 Annie Park 70-66-75„211 Aditi Ashok 73-71-68„212 Shanshan Feng 73-71-68„212 Mo Martin 70-71-71„212 Nasa Hataoka 71-69-72„212 Haeji Kang 71-75-67„213 Carlota Ciganda 70-74-69„213 Angel Yin 73-69-71„213 Celine Boutier 72-70-71„213 Mi Hyang Lee 72-70-71„213 Caroline Masson 72-69-72„213 Perrine Delacour 70-71-72„213 So Yeon Ryu 70-70-73„213 Yu Liu 72-73-69„214 Jenny Shin 72-72-70„214 Sei Young Kim 69-70-75„214 Michelle Wie 74-72-69„215 Candie Kung 75-70-70„215 Hee Young Park 71-71-73„215 Jaye Marie Green 70-72-73„215 Caroline Hedwall 68-74-73„215 Jacqui Concolino 72-69-74„215 Su Oh 68-72-75„215 Bronte Law 76-70-70„216 Katie Burnett 71-75-70„216 Alena Sharp 72-73-71„216 Eun-Hee Ji 71-74-71„216 Amy Olson 71-73-72„216 Celine Herbin 69-73-74„216 Emma Talley 74-72-71„217 Mariah Stackhouse 73-72-72„217 Jin Young Ko 72-73-72„217 Brittany Altomare 76-68-73„217 Tiffany Joh 72-72-73„217 Nelly Korda 72-70-75„217 Cristie Kerr 73-73-72„218 Giulia Molinaro 73-73-72„218 Danielle Kang 71-75-72„218 Sandra Changkija 70-74-74„218 Lexi Thompson 69-75-74„218 Brooke M. Henderson 72-71-75„218 Inbee Park 72-71-75„218 Ayako Uehara 71-72-75„218 Azahara Munoz 73-73-73„219 Lizette Salas 72-74-73„219 In-Kyung Kim 68-78-73„219 Hye Yong Choi 75-70-74„219 Cheyenne Woods 75-69-75„219 Hannah Green 73-71-75„219 Dani Holmqvist 70-73-76„219 Caroline Inglis 70-73-76„219 Peiyun Chien 72-70-77„219 Catriona Matthew 74-72-74„220 Maria Hernandez 73-73-74„220 Sandra Gal 75-69-76„220 Juli Inkster 72-71-77„220 Karine Icher 70-72-78„220 Sydnee Michaels 74-72-75„221 Tiffany Chan 71-75-75„221 Lee-Anne Pace 74-70-77„221 Vicky Hurst 71-72-78„221 Laetitia Beck 73-73-76„222 Jeong Eun Lee 71-74-77„222 Emily K. Pedersen 72-74-77„223 Jane Park 70-76-77„223 Youngin Chun 72-74-78„224 Katelyn Dambaugh 72-73-80„225 Lauren Coughlin 75-71-80„226Failed to QualifyPornanong Phatlum 76-71„147 Daniela Iacobelli 76-71„147 Nanna Koerstz Madsen 74-73„147 Ilhee Lee 73-74„147 Lindy Duncan 73-74„147 Sun Young Yoo 72-75„147 Alison Walshe 72-75„147 Luna Sobron 76-72„148 Madelene Sagstrom 76-72„148 Jing Yan 75-73„148 Wei-Ling Hsu 75-73„148 Georgia Hall 74-74„148 Stacy Lewis 74-74„148 Kendall Dye 74-74„148 Austin Ernst 72-76„148 Beatriz Recari 72-76„148 Holly Clyburn 71-77„148 Ola“ a Kristinsdottir 77-72„149 Madeleine Sheils 76-73„149 Gaby Lopez 76-73„149 Gemma Dryburgh 75-74„149 Rebecca Artis 75-74„149 Ashleigh Buhai 74-75„149 P.K. Kongkraphan 74-75„149 Paula Creamer 72-77„149 Kassidy Teare 72-77„149 Kelly Shon 71-78„149 Marina Alex 76-74„150 Joanna Klatten 75-75„150 Yani Tseng 75-75„150 Chella Choi 74-76„150 Lindsey Weaver 74-76„150 Min Lee 73-77„150 Sarah Jane Smith 78-73„151 Sherman Santiwiwatthanaphong 77-74„151 Erynne Lee 77-74„151 Kris Tamulis 76-75„151 Megan Khang 75-76„151 Thidapa Suwannapura 75-76„151 Mel Reid 75-76„151 Robynn Ree 75-76„151 Cindy LaCrosse 74-77„151 Katherine Perry 74-77„151 Pernilla Lindberg 79-73„152 Mina Harigae 78-74„152 Morgan Pressel 78-74„152 Maude-Aimee Leblanc 77-75„152 Brianna Do 77-75„152 Brittany Lang 76-76„152 Benyapa Niphatsophon 78-75„153 Christina Kim 77-76„153 Mi Jung Hur 77-76„153 Paula Reto 75-78„153 Nicole Broch Larsen 79-75„154 Simin Feng 76-78„154 Lee Lopez 81-75„156 Becky Morgan 79-77„156 Jackie Stoelting 78-78„156 Nannette Hill 75-81„156 Yuting Shi 79-78„157 Anne-Catherine Tanguay 77-81„158 Jessy Tang 78-81„159 Ji Eun Kim 78-81„159 Maria Torres 82-78„160 Beth Allen 78-82„160 Wichanee Meechai 77„WD Laura Davies 78„WD Mirim Lee WDEUROPEAN TOUR/ASIAN TOURVOLVO CHINA OPENSaturdays leaders at Topwin Golf & CC, Beijing Purse: $3.18 million; Yardage: 7,261; Par: 72 (a-denotes amateur).Third RoundAdrian Otaegui, Spain 68-69-67„204 Matt Wallace, England 65-70-69„204 Jorge Campillo, Spain 69-68-68„205 Julien Guerrier, France 68-69-68„205 Alexander Bjork, Sweden 66-72-67„205 Nacho Elvira, Spain 69-67-70„206 Sihwan Kim, United States 70-66-7-„206 Jeunghun Wang, South Korea 72-66-68„206 Andrea Pavan, Italy 68-72-66„206 Paul Dunne, Ireland 71-68-67„206 Jinho Choi, South Korea 69-72-65„206 Jason Scrivener, Australia 67-69-71„207 Soomin Lee, South Korea 68-69-70„207 Nino Bertasio, Italy 65-73-69„207 Matteo Manassero, Italy 72-68-67„207 Ashun Wu, China 70-71-66„207 Clement Sordet, France 71-70-66„207 Alexander Levy, France 69-73-65„207AlsoMicah Lauren Shin, United States 71-71-66„208 David Lipsky, United States 68-75-67„210 Julian Suri, United States 71-69-71„211 Li Haotong, China 70-70-72„212 Kiradech A p hibarnrat, Thailand 73-70-69„212 WEB.COM TOURUNITED LEASING & FINANCE CHAMPIONSHIPSaturdays leaders at Victoria National GC, Newburgh, Ind. Purse: $600,000; Yardage: 7,242; Par: 72.Third RoundMaverick McNealy 64-73-74„211 Jos de J Rodrguez 69-73-70„212 Ethan Tracy 70-68-74„212 Taylor Moore 72-70-71„213 Chris Thompson 72-66-75„213 Brett Drewitt 74-70-70„214 Scott Langley 73-70-71„214 Sebastian Cappelen 70-72-72„214 Roberto Castro 73-73-69„215 Brandon Matthews 71-72-72„215 Henrik Norlander 72-71-72„215 Joseph Bramlett 72-74-70„216 Scott Harrington 72-73-71„216 Wyndham Clark 70-69-77„216 Brad Hop“ nger 76-70-71„217 Gonzalo Fdez-Castao 71-73-73„217 Conrad Shindler 68-75-74„217 Matt Harmon 68-71-78„217 Michael Hebert 74-71-73„218 Brady Schnell 74-70-74„218 Sebastin Muoz 71-72-75„218 Ryan Yip 73-73-73„219 Hank Lebioda 72-74-73„219 Kyoung-Hoon Lee 71-70-78„219 Nelson Ledesma 74-66-79„219 Evan Harmeling 73-73-74„220 Dicky Pride 71-75-74„220 Wes Roach 76-70-74„220 Steven Alker 73-72-75„220 Mike Miller 70-75-75„220 Chris Baker 71-74-75„220 Mark Wilson 74-71-75„220 Brad Schneider 73-71-76„220 Dan McCarthy 68-73-79„220 Matt Fast 76-71-74„221 Derek Ernst 73-73-75„221 Seth Fair 72-74-75„221 Brock Mackenzie 67-78-76„221 Mark Blake“ eld 73-72-76„221 Bio Kim 71-74-76„221 Seann Harlingten 71-72-78„221 Brian Campbell 72-75-75„222 Conner Godsey 79-68-75„222 Kramer Hickok 73-73-76„222 Kent Bulle 74-71-77„222 Curtis Thompson 73-71-78„222 Erik Compton 72-71-79„222 Max Marsico 69-78-77„224 Jose Toledo 72-75-77„224 Bo Hoag 73-74-77„224 Fernando Mechereffe 72-75-77„224 Spencer Levin 73-73-78„224 Grant Leaver 74-72-78„224 Sepp Straka 72-73-79„224 Robby Shelton 73-74-78„225 Matt Ryan 73-74-78„225 Vince Covello 73-74-78„225 Carlos Sainz Jr 72-74-79„225 Rhein Gibson 74-71-80„225 Curtis Luck 75-72-79„226 Jamie Arnold 75-72-79„226 Ben Kohles 74-73-79„226 Mark Anderson 73-73-80„226 Max McGreevy 74-71-81„226 Chase Wright 73-72-81„226 Nicholas Thompson 69-77-82„228 Brian Richey 72-74-83„229 Lee McCoy 73-72-85„230AUTO RACINGNASCAR MONSTER ENERGY CUPGEICO 500 LINEUPAfter Saturday qualifying, race today, at Talladeg a Superspeedway, Talladega, Ala. Lap length: 2.66 miles(Car number in parentheses)1. (4) Kevin Harvick, Ford, 194.448 mph. 2. (41) Kurt Busch, Ford, 194.082. 3. (78) Martin Truex Jr., Toyota, 193.525. 4. (11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 192.936. 5. (9) Chase Elliott, Chevrolet, 192.754. 6. (20) Erik Jones, Toyota, 192.730. 7. (17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, 191.904. 8. (14) Clint Bowyer, Ford, 191.723. 9. (22) Joey Logano, Ford, 191.643. 10. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 191.344. 11. (88) Alex Bowman, Chevrolet, 191.248. 12. (38) David Ragan, Ford, 191.088. 13. (21) Paul Menard, Ford, 191.486. 14. (19) Daniel Suarez, Toyota, 191.478. 15. (43) Darrell Wallace Jr., Chevrolet, 191.313. 16. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 191.260. 17. (24) William Byron, Chevrolet, 191.187. 18. (31) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 191.111. 19. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 191.103. 20. (34) Michael McDowell, Ford, 190.993. 21. (6) Trevor Bayne, Ford, 190.985. 22. (42) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, 190.943. 23. (12) Ryan Blaney, Ford, 190.495. 24. (3) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 190.140. 25. (37) Chris Buescher, Chevrolet, 189.797. 26. (95) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, 189.767. 27. (1) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 189.721. 28. (47) AJ Allmendinger, Chevrolet, 189.714. 29. (13) Ty Dillon, Chevrolet, 188.645. 30. (62) Brendan Gaughan, Chevrolet, 188.630. 31. (96) DJ Kennington, Toyota, 187.232. 32. (92) Timothy Peters, Ford, 187.068. 33. (32) Matt DiBenedetto, Ford, 186.598. 34. (00) Joey Gase, Chevrolet, 186.000. 35. (15) Ross Chastain, Chevrolet, 185.711. 36. (72) Cole Whitt, Chevrolet, 185.187. 37. (23) Gray Gaulding, Toyota, 183.793. 38. (55) Reed Sorenson, Chevrolet, 182.846. 39. (51) Timmy Hill, Ford, 181.891. 40. (10) Aric Almirola, Ford, 175.372.NASCAR XFINITYSPARKS ENERGY 300Saturday at Talladega Superspeedway, Talladega, Ala. Lap length: 2.66 miles(Start position in parentheses)1. (3) Spencer Gallagher, Chevrolet, 115 laps, 49 points. 2. (15) Brandon Jones, Toyota, 115, 42. 3. (6) Justin Allgaier, Chevrolet, 115, 46. 4. (20) Noah Gragson, Toyota, 115, 0. 5. (2) Elliott Sadler, Chevrolet, 115, 45. 6. (22) Ryan Sieg, Chevrolet, 115, 31. 7. (4) John Hunter Nemechek, Chevrolet, 115, 37. 8. (8) Tyler Reddick, Chevrolet, 115, 36. 9. (12) Cole Custer, Ford, 115, 36. 10. (34) Garrett Smithley, Chevrolet, 115, 27. 11. (27) JJ Yeley, Chevrolet, 115, 26. 12. (13) Christopher Bell, Toyota, 115, 25. 13. (35) Jeff Green, Chevrolet, 115, 24. 14. (5) Michael Annett, Chevrolet, 115, 30. 15. (7) Shane Lee, Chevrolet, 115, 24. 16. (16) Chase Briscoe, Ford, 115, 21. 17. (25) Vinnie Miller, Chevrolet, 115, 20. 18. (28) Tommy Joe Martins, Chevrolet, 115, 19. 19. (29) BJ McLeod, Chevrolet, 115, 18. 20. (33) Kaz Grala, Ford, 114, 17. 21. (18) Joey Gase, Chevrolet, 114, 18. 22. (19) Ryan Reed, Ford, 114, 23. 23. (1) Daniel Hemric, Chevrolet, 114, 24. 24. (21) Alex Labbe, Chevrolet, 114, 13. 25. (10) Matt Tifft, Chevrolet, 114, 22. 26. (31) Josh Williams, Chevrolet, 114, 11. 27. (38) Timmy Hill, Dodge, 114, 10. 28. (32) Josh Bilicki, Toyota, 114, 9. 29. (39) Jennifer Jo Cobb, Toyota, 114, 0. 30. (11) Austin Cindric, Ford, 114, 7. 31. (23) Joe Nemechek, Chevrolet, 113, 0. 32. (37) David Starr, Chevrolet, 112, 5. 33. (40) Mike Harmon, Dodge, 112, 4. 34. (26) Ross Chastain, Chevrolet, suspension, 78, 3. 35. (24) Jeremy Clements, Chevrolet, fuelpump, 53, 2. 36. (17) Dylan Lupton, Ford, accident, 32, 1. 37. (14) Ty Majeski, Ford, accident, 32, 1. 38. (9) Ryan Truex, Chevrolet, accident, 32, 9. 39. (36) Chad Finchum, Chevrolet, accident, 32, 1. 40. (30) Spencer Boyd, Chevrolet, accident, 32, 1.Race StatisticsAverage Speed of Race Winner: 133.255 mph. Time of Race: 2 hours, 17 minutes, 44 seconds. Margin of Victory: .152 seconds. Caution Flags: 5 for 29 laps. Lead Changes: 12 among 11 drivers. Lap Leaders: D.Hemric 1-27; R.Sieg 28; D.Hemric 29-40; R.Reed 41; E.Sadler 42-52; J.Green 53; M.Harmon 54; C.Bell 55; E.Sadler 56-74; J.Allgaier 75-109; A.Cindric 110-112; T.Reddick 113-114; S.Gallagher 115 Leaders Summary (Driver, Times Led, Laps Led): D. Hemric 2 times for 39 laps; J. Allgaier 1 time for 35 laps; E. Sadler 2 times for 30 laps; A. Cindric ? 1 time for 3 laps; T. Reddick ? 1 time for 2 laps; J. Green 1 time for 1 lap; S. Gallagher 1 time for 1 lap; R. Sieg 1 time for 1 lap; R. Reed 1 time for 1 lap; C. Bell ? 1 time for 1 lap; M. Harmon 1 time for 1 lap. Wins: C.Bell, 1; S.Gallagher, 1; T.Reddick, 1. Top 10 in Points: 1. E.Sadler, 356; 2. T.Reddick, 316; 3. J.Allgaier, 309; 4. C.Bell, 307; 5. C.Custer, 299; 6. D.Hemric, 297; 7. S.Gallagher, 277; 8. B.Jones, 269; 9. R.Truex, 251; 10. M.Tifft, 235.

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Family gatherings have been filled with the stories of Hammers athletic accomplishments as a college basketball player and a U.S Olympian in volleyball, his bravery as a firefighter and his creative side as an actor. My mom always tells me how much I remind her of him,Ž Darnold said Friday during his introductory news conference as the No. 3 overall pick of the NFL draft at the Jets training facility. Darnolds mother Chris, sitting in the front row with her husband Mike and daughter Franki, wiped tears from her eyes as Sam mentioned his late grandfather. When Sam was really little, we used to tease him because we would say he got all the DNA because he could do anything,Ž said Chris Darnold, wearing a Jets cap. He was big like his dad, got his dads girth. He got my dads agility and athletic ability. My dad was the type of person that could pick up a game by just watching someone play. Sams a lot like that.Ž Hammer was 69 when he died in October 1999, just four months after Sams second birthday. He played basketball at USC and helped lead the Trojans to the 1954 Final Four. Hammer picked up volleyball after his hoops days were over and ended up making the United States 1964 Olympic volleyball team that competed in Tokyo. He was a captain in the L.A. County Fire Department and played Captain Dick Hammer „ yep, named after himself „ in the first season of the 1970s television drama Emergency!Ž Hammer also landed a gig as the cowboy hat-wearing Marlboro Man in the cigarette companys advertising campaigns, despite not being a regular smoker. It is that innate ability to pick up anything and excel at it that Darnolds mom has always seen in her son, who was also a terrific basketball player in high school. An example was when (Sam) played in a volleyball tournament with my daughter, who was playing in college (at Rhode Island) at the time and she was missing out on a partner for co-ed doubles,Ž Chris said. He was all like, Uh, sure, OK, Ill go play some volleyball. Were watching them play and they got to the playoffs and hes doing all these dinking serves and playing like hes been playing his whole life. That is a lot of what my Dad was like.Ž Dick Hammer would certainly think his grandson is a chip off the old block. And, Darnold now has a chance to create his own legacy. The former USC star quarterback from Capistrano Beach, California, played just two seasons for the Trojans, but showed enough eye-popping ability as a playmaking passer to be rated by many as the No. 1 player at his position heading into the draft. Darnold is now tasked with helping lift a franchise that has been seeking a savior since the glory days of Joe Namath nearly 50 years ago. The Jets have been to just one Super Bowl „ you know, the one Broadway Joe delivered after his guarantee in 1969. Thats a lot of pressure for a kid who wont even turn 21 until June, but Darnold is becoming fully aware of what hes getting into. Winning a Super Bowl is everyones goal entering a season, whether Im a backup or whether Im starting quarterback,Ž he said. Everyone on the team wants to win a Super Bowl. Thats the goal for everyone. Anything short of that is a failure, and were aware of that. Everyones aware of that. And whatever my role is, Im going to star in that role to work us toward that Super Bowl.Ž Darnold already has a prominent place in Jets history, being the highest-drafted quarterback by the team since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger. Getting that phone call, it changed my life,Ž Darnold said. I know its going to change my life, and Im very confident here that were going to win some games, and I think Im going to be here for a long time.Ž Coach Todd Bowles said Thursday night after New York drafted Darnold that the team wont necessarily throw him into the fire, but also wont hold him back. That means the rookie could have a chance at starting if he can beat out veterans Josh McCown, the starter last year, and Teddy Bridgewater, whos still recovering from a knee injury that threatened his career nearly two years ago. Theres a ton of room for growth, and thats the thing Im really excited about,Ž Darnold said. Just being 20 years old, I know that theres a lot of room for growth, but Im also very confident in my ability to go out there and play. But that being said, Im going to do what the coaches ask me to do, and Im going to come in here and learn right away and just go about it that way.Ž NOTES: The Jets announced they released wide receiver-kick returner JoJo Natson, wide receiver Damoreea Stringfellow, offensive tackle Korren Kirven and punter Ben Turk.By ARNIE STAPLETON Associated PressENGLEWOOD, Colo. „ Detroit Lions linebacker Brandon Chubb sure was sweating, and not just because of the Texas heat. He didnt want to miss the moment his baby brother, North Carolina State pass rusher Bradley Chubb got drafted. But he also couldnt cut away early from the Lions voluntary minicamp Thursday because first impressions are important, too. So, Chubb knew hed have to cut it close, hop a helicopter and cross his fingers. He introduced himself to new Lions coach Matt Patricia at the start of the teams three-day minicamp Tuesday and asked him what time theyd be done Thursday so he could get to Dallas that night. I have to go to the draft,Ž Chubb said. Why is that important?Ž Patricia wondered. Well, my little brothers in it,Ž Chubb explained. Oh,Ž Patricia replied. Well, well be done at 12:30.Ž So, I knew from that conversation what needed to be done,Ž Chubb said Friday. Associated PressORCHARD PARK, N.Y. „ Offensive line depth and receiver remain two of the Buffalo Bills most pressing needs with five picks spread over the final four rounds of the NFL draft. Buffalo opens Saturday with the 21st pick in the fourth round and close with the second-to-last pick in the draft, 255th overall. Offensive line remains a need after center Eric Wood was diagnosed with a career-ending neck injury and left guard Richie Incognito retired. Another possibility if Buffalo adding running back depth behind 29-yeard-old starter LeSean McCoy and free-agent addition Chris Ivory. The Bills opened the draft making two splashes in trading up to select both Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen and Virginia Tech linebacker Tremaine Edmunds in the first round. Buffalo had one pick on Friday in choosing Stanford defensive tackle Harrison Phillips at 96.By BOB BAUM Associated PressTEMPE, Ariz. „ He has a close connection with Aaron Rodgers and wants a Star Trek mind-meldŽ with his new offensive coordinator Mike McCoy. Hes still ticked that three quarterbacks were drafted ahead of him. Josh Rosen was introduced at a news conference Friday at Arizona Cardinals headquarters. Its heady stuff, he acknowledged, being anointed a teams franchise quarterback of the future. Its pretty daunting,Ž Rosen said. The biggest thing is knowing that I have careers on my back. I have families, I have kids, and if I dont play well and I dont pan out, people have to get new jobs. People get fired and things happen, so youve got a lot on your shoulders.Ž The biggest misperception hed like to clear up, he said, is that he lacks sufficient love for the game. Throughout the scouting process, you had to come up with answers to try and convince people you love the game and stuff,Ž he said. Im lucky now. I got picked. I can just show people. I can just come to work each day and show people over time. I dont have to answer. I can actually just produce the proof in the pudding.Ž The UCLA star somehow slipped to 10th in the draft. The Cardinals traded up five spots to get him at the quite reasonable price of Arizonas No. 15 pick in the first round as well as a thirdand fifth-round selection. He said Thursday night that he didnt know and didnt care why he slipped and was the fourth quarterback chosen. I was a little emotional last night,Ž Rosen said. I would actually say that Im not as angry that there were nine guys (chosen) ahead of me, just the three quarterbacks. Thats kind of what gets to me. So, there were three big mistakes ahead of me.Ž But he said he now sees it as a lucky break. This is an unbelievable team that I think is really, really primed and set to do some incredible things in the future,Ž Rosen said, and I think I just, very simply, lucked out.Ž He will wear his usual No. 3, the same as his predecessor, the nowretired Carson Palmer. Rosen will start out as backup to Sam Bradford and maybe Mike Glennon. It will be his first experience as a reserve. My goals for the year are to accomplish whatever coach McCoy sets out for me as a quarterback,Ž he said. Whatever he wants me to do, its team first. ... Im going to compete my butt off every single day, but then again, Im not going to be the guy that comes in and thinks hes the man from Day 1. Its a long process, and youve got to earn it.Ž Rosen said hes learning a lot from Rodgers. The two got to know each other because theyre represented by the same agency. Rodgers is executive producer of a video that featured rookies under contract to the agency preparing for the draft. It was really cool when he came down and mentored me a little bit,Ž Rosen said. The relationship actually went a lot further than I thought it would initially. I thought we were just kind of going to hang out for the cameras a little bit and talk and try to make it look more than it was. But he has reached out to me a lot. He has been awesome.Ž As Rosen explained it, I think the best word to describe him, and what I try to emulate is, hes a dude. Hes just the dude. When hes walking around the building or whatever hes doing, you just know hes that guy. When he steps into the huddle at a critical moment in a late-game (situation) at the end of the year, you know that hes stepping into that huddle and hes telling his guys hes going to go down and score a touchdown and that theyre all going to believe him, because hes that dude.Ž Rosen wants to be that dude, too.NFL: Draft J ets Darnold a lot like late Marlboro Man grandfatherNFL: DraftRosen comes to Arizona, wants to show how much he loves game AP PHOTOSam Darnold poses for photos after a news conference introducing him as the New York Jets selection from the first round of the NFL draft. Bills close draft with 5 picks over “ nal 4 rounds AP PHOTOArizona Cardinals first-round NFL football draft pick Josh Rosen poses for a photograph after a news conference at the teams training facility Friday. Lions Chubb barely makes it to see brother picked

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