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FORT PIERCETHE BEACHES LAKEWOOD PARK 2822 S. U.S. #1, Fort Pierce (772) 466-7022The Original DISCOUNT FURNITURE LARGEST MATTRESS RETAILER OVER 45 DIFFERENT MATTRESSES TO CHOOSE FROM SEE OUR AD ON THE BACK COVER! TWIN MATTRESS from $69 EA. PC. FULL MATTRESS from $85 EA. PC.QUEEN MATTRESS from $99 EA. PC.KING MATTRESS from $99 EA. PC.PILLOW TOPTWIN MATTRESS from $85 EA. PC. FULL MATTRESS from $99 EA. PC.QUEEN MATTRESS from $115 EA. PC.KING MATTRESS from $115 EA. PC. EACH PIECE PRICES ARE SOLD IN SETS. KING SETS ARE 3 PIECES. MATTRESS ONLY ARE SLIGHTLY HIGHER Vol. 15, No. 47 www.HometownNewsOL.com en-USFriday, April 21, 2017 en-USEARTH DAYen-USEarth Day will be celebrated en-US on April 22, 2017. Read en-US about how the event en-US originated and why it's en-US important to save the Earth COLUMN 12 en-USPETS 7en-USThis lap dog is looking for en-US a forever home! Can she en-US be your new friend? en-USMEET MRS. en-US FRENCH FRY COMMUNITY 4 en-USSheriff Ken Mascara en-US discusses new training en-US that his officers, along en-US with the fire district, have en-US been undergoing en-USSHERIFF'S COLUMN en-USCATCH 13en-USHave you found great fish in en-US Treasure Coast waters? See en-US one that didn't get away en-US and see how your own prize en-US could be in the paper soon. en-USWHAT A CATCH! en-USINDEX Classified 18 Crossword en-US17 Horoscopes en-US13 Out & About 13 Police Report en-US5 Viewpoint en-US6 en-USCOMMUNITY CALENDARen-USSee en-US community en-US events on en-US page 2 en-USHTN IN CANADA!en-USTouring with the en-US Townies en-US features en-US reader-submiten-US-en-US ted photos from en-US travels. Lets see en-US how many en-US places we can en-US go! en-US Send in your en-US picture or en-US questions to en-US newsfp@en-US hometownnewen-US -en-US sol.com en-USPLANNING A TRIP? 9 Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographer en-USThe annual Easter Fair, hosted by First Baptist Church of Stuart, was held at en-US Flagler Park in Stuart on Saturday, April 14. The event featured an ongoing egg en-US hunt, hot dogs and drinks, cotton candy, games, a bounce house and live en-US music. Here, Three-year-old twins Autumn and Abigail Vranich of Fort Pierce en-US request some Easter candy.en-USEaster Fun and Games en-USTREASURE COAST The U.S. Fish and Wilden-US-en-US life Service says that manatees have recovered so en-US well, they should be downlisted from endanen-US -en-US gered to threatened.On March 30, after a year of en-US debate on the issue, that downlisting was en-US announced by the U.S. Department of the Interior.en-US The FWS and DOI credited conservation en-US efforts including regulations, some of which may en-US now be loosened.en-US The Fish and Wildlife Service has worked en-US hand in hand with state and local governments, en-US businesses, industry, and countless stakeholders en-US over many years to protect and restore a mammal en-US that is cherished by people around the world, said en-US U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke. Withen-US -en-US out this type of collaboration and the commiten-US-en-US ment of state and local partners, this downlisting en-US would not have been possible.en-US Manatee protectors disagree.en-US We believe this is a devastating blow to manaen-US-en-US tees, said Patrick Rose, Executive Director of Save en-US the Manatee Club. Specifically regarding Florida en-US manatees, Mr. Rose said FWS decided to premaen-US -en-US turely downlist manatees without a proven viable en-US plan for reducing record-high watercraft-related en-US manatee deaths and without establishing a long-en-US term plan for the anticipated loss of artificial winen-US -en-US ter warm water habitat on which more than 60 en-US percent of the Florida manatee population en-US depends. A federal reclassification at this time will en-US seriously undermine the chances of securing the en-US manatees longterm survival. With the new feden-US -en-US eral administration threatening to cut 75 percent en-US of regulations, including those that protect our en-US wildlife and air and water quality, the move to en-US downlist manatees can only be seen as a political en-US one.en-US While there is still more work to be done to en-US fully recover manatee populations, particularly in en-US the Caribbean, manatee numbers are increasing en-US and we are actively working with partners to en-US address threats, said Jim Kurth, the U.S. Fish and en-US Wildlife Services acting director. Today we both en-US recognize the significant progress we have made en-USManatee protectors en-US oppose change of statusen-USFORT PIERCE -The St. Lucie Counen-US -en-US ty Commission voted unanimously en-US April 4 to provide a conditional use peren-US -en-US mit so Florida Power & Light can build en-US the 74.5 megawatt Loggerhead Solar en-US Energy Center on a 565-acre site it owns en-US along Glades Cutoff Road. en-US The Planning & Zoning Commission en-US had previously forwarded a unanimous en-US recommendation of approval to the en-US County Commission last month, after en-US hearing several area residents voice conen-US -en-US cerns about potential noise issues.en-US Reed Shupe, a member of FP&Ls en-US Business Development Team, explained en-US that the two primary noise sources -the en-US converters and the transformer -would en-US be located nearly 800 feet from the closen-US -en-US est receiving property line. Company en-US officials took the concerns of nearby resen-US -en-US idents seriously and decided to conduct en-US a noise test on its Desoto County plant en-US in order to allay their fears. en-US We had noise monitors placed within en-US 400 feet of the noise sources, he said. en-US That study actually found that the en-US operation noise was between 39 and 44 en-US decibels. A quiet library is about 40 decien-US -en-US bels, and actually the sound of the grass en-US rustling in the wind was louder than en-US what was perceived from this project.en-US Glades Cutoff resident Don Cannon en-US reiterated the concerns expressed by en-US many of the residents during the Planen-US -en-US ning and Zoning meeting March 16 en-US about the hammering sound during the en-US construction period. For at least three en-US months, construction crews will be driven-US-en-US ing the pilings into the ground that will en-US support the plants 300,000 solar panels. en-US Mr. Cannon tried unsuccessfully to get en-US the FP&L representatives present at the en-US meeting to eliminate work on Saturdays. en-US The company had said previously conen-US-en-US struction would take place only between en-US the hours of 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. on weeken-US -en-US days and between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on en-US Saturdays. en-US My biggest concern is that we have to en-US listen to that for 11 hours a day for five en-US days, he said. All of us out there go en-USSolar en-US energy en-US coming en-US to countyen-USBy Donald Rodrigueen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USSee en-US Solar, page 8en-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.comen-USSeeen-US en-US MANATEEen-US, page 10

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en-US 2 en-USSATURDAY, APRIL 22en-US en-US KPSLB Annual Cleanup Day:en-US Help en-US Keep Port St. Lucie Beautifuol with a clean en-US up day. Registration is at 7:30 a.m., City en-US Hall, 121 SW Port St. Lucie Blvd. Cleanup en-US runs from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Volunteers will en-US register for the event, enjoy a free en-US breakfast, and then be transported by bus en-US to several locations throughout the city that en-US are most in need of cleanup. After the en-US cleanup, buses will bring volunteers back en-US for free lunch, raffles and fun for the whole en-US family. en-US For more information, visit en-US http://en-US www.cityofpsl.com/kpslb/en-US en-US March for Science Treasure Coast:en-US en-US 10 a.m., Museum Point Park, 414 Seaway en-US Drive, Fort Pierce. A time for scientists, en-US science enthusiasts, and concerned en-US citizens to peacefully gather together to be en-US heard about the importance of science and en-US research, the value of the contributions of en-US science, and the importance of scientific en-US evidence in future public policies. en-USFor more en-US information, visit en-US www.marchforscience.en-US com en-US or en-US www.facebook.com/en-US marchforsciencetreasurecoast/ Childrens Home Society of the Treasure Coast 5K: Second annual fundraiser for CHS, which serves children and families all through the Treasure Coast. Held at Indian RiverSide Park, 1707 N.E. Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach. Registration begins at 6:30 a.m., Zumba warm up is 7:15 a.m., 5K run/walk begins at 7:30 a.m. Fun run for children ages 9 and younger is at 8:15 a.m. Enjoy food and drinks, family activities, music and more. For more information or to sign up, visit www.chs5ktc.org. River Clean-up Kayak Excursion: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Richard E. Becker Preserve, 3398 Selvitz Road, Fort Pierce. Make a difference on Earth Day by participating in a clean-up by kayak. Bring your own or reserve one. Groups are welcome. Pack your lunch for a picnic to celebrate afterwards. This cleanup is free and open to the public, but pre-registration is required. Programs are usually limited to 20 people and designed for ages 12 and older unless otherwise noted. All minors must be accompanied by an adult. For more information or to register, call (772) 4622526, visit www.slchikes.org, or email slchikes@stlucieco.org. en-US en-US Explore Archery class:en-US New class, held en-US from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the fourth en-US Saturday each month from Feb. 25 through en-US May 27, at the Oxbow Eco-Center, 5400 en-US N.E. St. James Drive, Port St. Lucie. Meant en-US for beginners of all ages (over age 10). en-US Participants age 15 and under must have a en-US guardian present. Instruction will include a en-US classroom session and outdoor range time. en-US Please bring a bagged lunch, water bottle, en-US closed-toe shoes and wear appropriate en-US clothing for Florida weather. The fee is $10 en-US per person for anyone planning to en-US participate in the outdoor range time by en-US shooting a bow. Reservations are required. en-US Call (772) 785-5833 or email en-US cartmille@en-US stlucieco.org en-US with your name and phone en-US number. Dirty Hands Day: 9:30 a.m., Oxbow Eco-Center, 5400 N.E. St. James Drive, Port St. Lucie. Plant a tree, pull some weeds, clear a trail, and get your hands dirty helping out at the Oxbow Eco-Center. This volunteer opportunity is designed for community groups or individuals who are looking to make a difference in their community through environmental stewardship. This program is appropriate for all ages; however, those ages 18 and under will need to have guardian supervision. Call (772) 785-5833 or email oxbow@stlucieco.org. Moonshine Hike: 5-8 p.m., Bluefield Ranch Preserve, 30501 Bluefield Ranch Road, Port St. Lucie. Hike the trails of the preserve and learn about the history of Florida moonshiners and the distillation of this nefarious liquor at Bluefield Preserve. The hike is free and open to the public but pre-registration is required. Programs are usually limited to 20 people and designed for ages 12 and older unless otherwise noted. All minors must be accompanied by an adult. For more information or to register, call (772) 462-2526, visit www. slchikes.org, or email slchikes@stlucieco. org. SUNDAY, APRIL 23 Whats Blooming Hike: 9-11 a.m., Spruce Bluff Preserve, 611 S.E. Dar Lane, Port St. Lucie. Enjoy a 1.25-mile hike on the AIS Trail in search of native wildflowers and see for yourself why Florida was named "the land of flowers." Free, public is welcome, but pre-registration is required. Programs are usually limited to 20 people and designed for ages 12 and older unless otherwise noted. All minors must be accompanied by an adult. For more information or to register, call (772) 4622526, visit www.slchikes.org, or email slchikes@stlucieco.org. Container Gardening tips at South Florida Daylily Society meeting: 2 p.m., Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens, 2410 S.E. Westmoreland Blvd., Port St. Lucie. St Lucie County Master Gardener Marilynn Baker-Turner will discuss options for container gardening. Free, public is welcome to join. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/en-USCommunity calendaren-US Community en-US notes REAL ESTATE CLASSES ENROLL TODAY! CALL NOW! 772 3616474 www.ValueHomesRealEstateSchool.com Questions? Email us: classes@ValueHomesRealEstateSchool.com Pre-Sales Pre-Broker Post Sales Post Broker Continuing Education Live Classroom or Online Instruction Available 772-353-2994Class start May 1st Sign Up Today! Become a Real Estate Agent!200 S. Indian River Dr. Ste 203 Fort Pierce IRSRE.COM 772-353-2994 Reserve your Class On Line Credit Card or Pay pal debit Meets Florida Real Estate Licensing Requirements Live Class Room Instruction or Online Courses Continuing Education and Broker Classes State Approved. Day, Evening or Weekend Classes 20 Years Teaching Experience NEW LOCATION en-USTurn still photos into videoen-USPORT ST. LUCIE Make your photos come en-US to life as the Morningside Library hosts a phoen-US -en-US tography workshop focused on turning still en-US photography into video on Saturday, April 22 en-US from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.en-US Presented by Dr. R.J. Ashley, this day-long en-US workshop will focus on the necessary equipen-US -en-US ment for the video photographer and how to en-US produce a video from still photos. Dr. Ashley en-US has worked as a professional photographer en-US since 1971 and has taught still photography en-US and video production at the secondary and unien-US -en-US versity levels. He has done documentaries en-US around the world including Peru, Honduras, en-US Haiti, Ecuador and others and owns the Circle en-US Game Productions, an audiovisual and phoen-US -en-US tography company.en-US This event is free and open to everyone.en-US The Morningside Branch of the St. Lucie en-US County Library System is located at 2410 S.E. en-US Morningside Blvd., Port St. Lucie. For more en-US information, call Morningside Library staff at en-US (772) 337-5632 or visit http://library.stlucieco.en-US gov. en-USLions Club needs your voteen-USThe Hearing Loss Association of Americas en-US Treasure Coast Fort Pierce Lions Club needs en-US your votes to help them obtain a grant from A en-US Community Thrives an effort with USA en-US Today. en-US Lip Reading can do so much to help many en-US people. For those who are hard of hearing, en-US even if they wear hearing aids, the benefits are en-US real. The Fort Pierce Lions Club and Hearing en-US Loss Association of the Treasure Coast have en-US teamed up to co-sponsor ongoing Lip Reading en-US classes, hopefully supported by winning this en-US grant. en-US The National Voting Period for the grant will en-US end on May 12. The top 10 voted submissions en-US in each category will be reviewed by a panel of en-US judges. The panel will determine the top three en-US applicants in each category who will be awarden-US -en-US ed grants of either $50,000 or $100,000 each.en-USSee en-US CALENDAR, page 9en-US See en-US NOTES, page 4

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en-US 3 FREE SUBSCRIPTION FREE DELIVERY MORE CIRCULATION MORE READERS MORE RESULTS! Call us at 866.913.6397or go to our website www.HometownNewsOL.com James L. Strawn, D.D.S. 772-460-9889Call For a FREE Consultation5052 South 25th Street Fort Pierce, FL 34981At the Corner of Midway Road & 25th StreetSkillfully designed, custom fitted, full and partial dentures at affordable prices.Same day repairs and relines Laboratory on premises. Serving the Treasure Coast Since 1987 Photos by Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographer en-USLieutenant Chris Cicio and Sheriff Ken Mascara help en-US seven-year-old Hope Velarde. Chris en-USCicio en-US demonen-US -en-US strates en-US the en-US capabilien-US -en-US ties of en-US the en-US Sheriff en-US Departen-US-en-US ments en-US bomb en-US disposal en-US robot The St. Lucie County Sheriffs Office en-USBomb Disposal Team hosted a Beeping en-US Easter Egg Hunt for visually impaired en-US children at Westside Baptist Church on en-US Thursday, April 13. Special eggs, assemen-US -en-US bled by bomb technicians, provide an en-US audible beep for the kids to track. The en-US project, presented by the St. Lucie en-US County Sheriffs Office in conjunction en-US with the St. Lucie County School Disen-US -en-US tricts Visually Impaired program, has en-US been supported by the International en-US Association of Bomb Technicians and en-US Investigators. Above: Eight-year-old en-USGianni Bansitter walks en-US with Deputy Brandon en-US Nuccios to exchange en-US her beeper eggs for en-US candy.en-US Left: Teachers for the en-US visually impaired, en-US Orientation and Mobility en-US Specialists Marci en-US Marcotte (blinfolded) en-US and Corie Allen help en-US Hope Valarde, 7, to find en-US the beeping eggs.en-USEaster treatsen-US for everyone

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en-US 4 Your Professional Advertising Consultant for St. Lucie County Denice Vlachos BallAdvertising Consultant772-465-5656dball@HometownNewsOL.com401-323-6190 B USINESS SPOTLIGHTYoull find a great selection of unique gift ideas year round at The Vanishing Mermaid Gift Shop, from fine jewelry to scarfs to beautiful t-shirts, sunglasses, trivets and much more! Dont miss this experience to shop at one of the most beautiful gift shops on the Treasure Coast! Stop in Today! Karen Kane INTERIORS 201 N Second Street Historic Downtown Fort Pierce 772-465-2574 RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL | YACHT DESIGN | ONSITE CONSULTATION | SPACE PLANNING | INTERIOR DESIGNHome Accents Linens Wallpaper Custom Window Treatments Fabrics and Upholstery Florals Framed Art Decorative Accessories READERS CHOICE AWARDBest Custom DecorREADERS CHOICE AWARDBest Window TreatmentsREADERS CHOICE AWARDBest Wallpaper StoreREADERS CHOICE AWARDBest Lamp Store DEALER40 Years in Business 20% OFF 1 Regular Priced ItemExpires 5.30.17 R E A D E R S C H O I C E 2013 2014 2013 2014 2015 2015 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2016 2016 C H O I C E R E A D E R S SHOPDOWNTOWNFind everything you need, locally. A word from Sheriff Mascara en-USDen-USeputies and firefighters in St. Lucie en-US County are now better prepared to en-US save you in the event of an active en-US shooter incident. en-US Partnering together, the St. Lucie County en-US Sheriffs Office and the St. Lucie County en-US Fire District have launched an innovative en-US training program called S.A.V.E. Swift en-US Assisted Victim Extraction. This program en-US pairs law enforcement with firefighter/en-US paramedics in an active shooter incident to en-US quickly enter the scene, protect the medical en-US personnel and extract victims in order to en-US get them lifesaving treatment.en-US Based out of the lessons learned from en-US mass shootings like Columbine; Aurora, en-US Colo.; San Bernardino, Calif.; and the en-US Orlando Pulse Nightclub, this training en-US changes the culture of delaying medical en-US treatment until the scene is completely en-US secure. en-US The S.A.V.E. program was developed by en-US Jerry Mitchum and the Boone County en-US Sheriffs Office in Columbia, Mo., and en-US enhances on-scene emergency care, en-US recovery and extraction of persons in en-US situations where standard law enforcement en-US and emergency medical procedures will no en-US longer suffice.en-US This forging of law enforcement and fire/en-US emergency medical personnel creates one en-US seamless team to minimize and mitigate the en-US loss of life and serious bodily injury. The en-US S.A.V.E. team consists of four law enforceen-US -en-US ment members who make a protective en-US perimeter around the paramedics, shuttling en-US them to the wounded and then back out, en-US delivering victims to awaiting ambulatory en-US transport to a hospital.en-US Partnerships like this between the en-US Sheriffs Office and Fire District are on the en-US rise due to a strengthened and expanded en-US relationship and shift in priories to break en-US down barriers between agencies. Several en-US months ago, the two agencies partnered on en-US integrating Fire District paramedics into en-US the Sheriffs Office SWAT Team. Eight en-US paramedics completed the Florida Law en-US Enforcement Auxiliary Academy, along en-US with a 40-hour SWAT school and became en-US sworn law enforcement members of the en-US SWAT Team. They now deploy shoulder to en-US shoulder with the Sheriffs Office SWAT en-US members to provide emergency medical en-US treatment, should the incident require it. en-US The SAVE program is just another evoluen-US -en-US tion in the growing partnership between en-US these two agencies. By the end of 2017, en-US more than 300 deputies and 500 firefighter/en-US paramedics will be trained in the S.A.V.E. en-US program. The result is a more comprehenen-US -en-US sive response to emergency situations, en-US providing you, the residents we serve day in en-US and day out, a new level of safety and en-US protection.en-US As we move forward, I am excited about en-US the future of our growing partnership with en-US our colleagues at the Fire District. en-US Ken Mascara is the St. Lucie County en-US Sheriffen-USFROM THE SHERIFFen-USKEN MASCARA en-USVote by visiting the A Community Thrives en-US (ACT) official website during the Voting Period. en-US Maximum one (1) vote per person, per day. All en-US applicants will receive an email informing them en-US if their application will move onto judging or not.en-US To vote in support of this project, and to learn en-US more about how lip reading helps people, visit en-US http://act.usatoday.com/submit-an-idea/#/galen-US -en-US lery/57946897en-USSt. Lucie Mosquito Control en-US begins aerial larvicidingen-USSt. Lucie Countys Mosquito Control and en-US Coastal Management Services Department will en-US begin aerial larviciding next week along coastal en-US preserves on Hutchinson Island to reduce mosen-US -en-US quito populations.en-US St. Lucie County will use a small airplane to en-US drop larviciding granules over the countys en-US mosquito impoundments on North and South en-US Hutchinson Island Monday, April 17, and Tuesen-US-en-US day, April 18 (weather permitting).en-US This is the time of year when coastal saltwaen-US -en-US ter mosquitoes begin to breed. Mosquito Conen-US -en-US trol uses proactive measures, such as aerial en-US larviciding, as one method to battle mosquien-US-en-US toes. Larvicide is specifically targeted against en-US the larval life stage of a mosquito and has minien-US-en-US mal impacts on wildlife and humans. This treaten-US-en-US ment is timed to coincide with the seasonal en-US pump-up of mosquito impoundments along the en-US riverside of Hutchinson Island. The higher en-US water levels reduce mosquito breeding habitat. en-US The use of these impounded areas gives Mosen-US-en-US quito Control a natural means to fight mosquito en-USNotesen-USFrom page 2en-US Seeen-US en-US NOTESen-US, page 10

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en-US 5 en-USFort Pierce Police Departmenten-USKeunta Spann, 26, 1115 N. 16th Court, Fort en-US Pierce, possession of a weapon or ammunition en-US by a convicted Florida felon, possession of a en-US weapon or ammunition by a gang-related felon en-US or delinquent, possession of cocaine, possesen-US -en-US sion of marijuana of more than 20 grams, posen-US-en-US session of cocaine with the intent to sell, manuen-US -en-US facture or deliver, possession of cocaine with en-US the intent to sell, manufacture or deliver, posen-US-en-US session of methamphetamine with the intent to en-US sell, manufacture or deliver and trafficking in en-US drugs of more than 4 grams but less than 30 en-US kilograms.en-US Mackenie Wyatt, 24, 5641 N.W. Bluff Court, en-US Port St. Lucie, possession of a controlled suben-US -en-US stance.en-US Taneshea Stubbs, 26, 3001 Avenue J, Fort en-US Pierce, battery on a firefighter, law enforcement en-US officer or EMT.en-US Joseph Evers, 31, 510-203 E. Portofino en-US Landings Blvd., Fort Pierce, aggravated assault en-US with a deadly weapon without the intent to kill.en-US Leroy Troutman, 42, 1280 11th Court S.W., en-US Vero Beach, possession of marijuana of more en-US than 20 grams and possession of marijuana en-US with the intent to sell, manufacture or deliver.en-US Stacey Turner, 25, 713 Cedar Place, Fort en-US Pierce, neglect of a child without great bodily en-US harm.en-US Tori Wright, 25, 374 N.W. Friar St., Port St. en-US Lucie, neglect of a child without great bodily en-US harm.en-US Darius Gilmore, 31, 1101-21 S.E. 15th St. en-US Gainesville, arrested on an out-of-county felony en-US warrant for grand theft.en-US Patrick Graham, 38, 3003 Avenue D, Fort en-US Pierce, making a false report and knowingly en-US providing false information to a law enforceen-US -en-US ment officer for an alleged crime.en-US Emmanuel Serrano, 34, 938 S.E. Breakwater en-US Ave., Port St. Lucie, passing a forged or altered en-US instrument, obtaining property by fraud of en-US impersonation and uttering a false instrument.en-US Helena Brown, 31, 239 S.W. Pagoda Terr., en-US Port St. Lucie, possession of a controlled suben-US -en-US stance without a prescription (three counts) en-US and driving with a suspended license for the en-US third or subsequent offense.en-USPort St. Lucie Police en-US Departmenten-USKevin Lunion, 29, 4289 S.W. Winslow St., en-US Port St. Lucie, arrested on an active felony waren-US -en-US rant for a probation violation for tampering with en-US physical evidence.en-US Shaienne Lewis, 22, 2205 Maple St., Quincy, en-US Ill., arrested on an out-of-county felony warrant en-US for possession of a controlled substance.en-US Brian Siemienski, 33, 347 S.E. Fisk Road, en-US Port St. Lucie, robbery with no firearm or weapen-US -en-US on, burglary with assault or battery and possesen-US -en-US sion of a controlled substance without a preen-US -en-US scription.en-US Aaron Kinney, 25, 1507 Angle Road, Fort en-US Pierce, larceny and grand theft of more than en-US $300 but less than $5,000.en-USSt. Lucie County Sheriffs en-US Officeen-USThomas Hall, 27, 145 N.E. Twylite Terr., Port en-US St. Lucie, arrested on an amended felony waren-US -en-US rant for a probation violation for armed burglary, en-US grand theft of more than $300 but less than en-US $5,000 and grand theft of a firearm.en-US Shane Brower, 31, 1465 N.E. Waveland en-US Ave., Jensen Beach, arrested on an outstanden-US -en-US ing felony warrant for a probation violation for en-US third-degree grand theft.en-US Anthony Pagliuco, 42, 4528 N.W. Cove Cir., en-US Port St. Lucie, arrested on an outstanding feloen-US -en-US ny warrant for dealing in stolen property and en-US providing false information to a pawnbroker.en-US Robert Smith, 24, 1678 S.E. Holiday Road, en-US Port St. Lucie, arrested on an outstanding feloen-US -en-US ny warrant for an amended order for revocation en-US of ROR.en-US Daudley Auguste, 25, 581 N.W. Placid Ave., en-US Port St. Lucie, arrested on an outstanding feloen-US -en-US ny warrant for an order for pretrial detention en-US and termination of pretrial supervision.en-US Michael Diaz, 21, 1332 Crowes Ave., Bronx, en-US N.Y., arrested on an active felony warrant for a en-US probation violation for tampering with evidence.en-US Bradley Schueler, 25, 1620 Bridgewater en-US Drive, Melbourne, possession of a controlled en-US substance without a prescription.en-US Somar Singh, 54, 1709 S.W. Finch Lane, en-US Port St. Lucie, arrested on a felony warrant for en-US lewd computer solicitation of a child.en-US Rachel Kastelic, 29, 185 McGregor Road, en-US Butler, Penn., arrested on an active felony waren-US -en-US rant for third-degree grand theft, providing false en-US information to a pawnbroker for less than $300 en-US and dealing in stolen property.en-US Timothy Murphy, 52, 10701 S. Ocean Drive en-US Lot 822, Jensen Beach, damage to property en-US and criminal mischief of $1,000 or more.en-US Ashley Snyder, 25, 186 McGregor Road, Buten-US -en-US ler, Penn., arrested on an active felony warrant en-US for a probation violation for obtaining goods by en-US fraud (seven counts).en-US Charles Gibson, 23, 4498 Whispering Pines en-US Lane, Fort Pierce, arrested on an outstanding en-US felony warrant for a probation violation for buren-US -en-US glary.en-US Damoin Mackey, 40, 133 N. 12th St., Fort en-USPierce, arrested on an active felony warrant for en-US possession of cocaine and possession of marien-US -en-US juana of more 20 grams.en-US Dean Dunlap, 51, 3682 S.W. Sterricker St., en-US Port St. Lucie, arrested on an active felony waren-US -en-US rant for submitting a worthless check with a en-US value received of $150 or more.en-US Johnny Lewis, 33, 3111 Kentucky Ave., Fort en-USPolice reporten-USEditors note: en-USThis is a list of arrests, not en-US convictions, and all arrestees are presumed en-US innocent unless or until proven guilty in a en-US court of law. The perfect gift for a fun evening with friends See all available gift certificates at:www.HometownNewsOL.com Gift Certificates50% OFFSave BIG On Local Favorites Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers! 150277 (MAIN) Coloring Contest Winners Chloe Tucker Age 9 Cleo Tucker Age 5 Congratulations to Our Winners! 9090 N. 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en-USVIEWPOINTen-USFRIDAY, APRIL 21, 2017 en-US FORT PIERCEen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM PAGE 6 Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 5059 Turnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2016, Hometown News, L.C.Voted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Farris Robinson .......... President Vernon D. Smith ......... Managing Partner Robin Bevilacqua ........ Human Resources Kathy Young ............ Major/Natl. Accounts Manager Amanda Tucker .......... Office Manager/Community Relations Alan Nelson ............. Sales Manager Denice Ball ............. Advertising Consultant Mercedes Lee-Paquette ... Production Manager Matthew Katz ........... Graphic Artist Heather Donaldson ...... Inside Sales Manager Amanda Wheaton ....... Inside Sales AssistantCarol Deprey-Zelenak ..... Inside Sales/Classified Kayla Evans ............. Inside Sales/Classified Kim Jenks .............. Circulation Manager Colleen Herrero .......... Circulation Administrator Anna-Marie Menhenott ... Associate Managing Editor Sevin Bullwinkle . . . . Staff Photographer Sarah Callendar ......... Paginator Phone (772) 465-5656 Fax (772) 465-5301Classified (800) 823-0466 Rants & Raves (866) 465-5504Circulation Inquiries 1-866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comFORT PIERCE en-USRantsen-US & en-USRaves en-USGot something to say? en-USEmail the Hometown Rants & Raves at en-USnewsfp@hometownnewsol.comen-USThe Rants and Raves section provides a chance for readers to share their thoughts with en-US other readers. The opinions included are not those of Hometown News or its employees.en-USPlease limit your submissions to 250 words, so that we can include more entries. en-US Readers are asked to refrain from making slanderous or libelous statements. en-USSticker shock at the movies!en-USI recently had the pleasure of taking my en-US two granddaughters to the movies in the en-US daytime but was shocked to see there were en-US no daytime deals. For a child, the price was en-US the same as an adult so our little outing to a en-US movie including a small lunch added up to en-US over $40. What ever happened to daytime en-US matinees? I would think that more people en-US would take advantage of a cool movie theen-US-en-US ater in the afternoon than being outside all en-US day but at these prices, I can understand en-US why people have to find other things to do. en-US It would be nice to offer movies at an afforden-US -en-US able price so all could enjoy them once in en-US awhile.en-USLife is not fairen-USYou here it said that until you accept the en-US fact, Life is not fair, you will never be truly en-US happy in life. This Country started by fighten-US-en-US ing against that concept. We have always en-US fought against just giving up against adversien-US -en-US ty no matter how hopeless it seems to be. en-US The slaves fought against unfairness, The en-US Jews fought against it, and now the people en-US bombed with GAS fight against it. People en-US with no availability of Health Care fight en-US against unfairness also. Many people gave en-US their lives and limbs to make right the en-US unfairness and cruelty of the ones in power. en-US If the wealthy get ALL the money and own en-US ALL the food and ALL the medicine in the en-US world do the rest just say;Oh well, LIFE IS en-US NOT FAIR? Since we are all born on Earth, en-US not by choice, it seems to me that we should en-US ALL have at least the The right to live and en-US at least the chance of happiness. If we have a en-US right to live; then we should also have A en-US right to die, with dignity. A person who has en-US a terminal illness and in extreme pain en-US should not have to suffer and be used as an en-US income source for others in order to have an en-US Off shore account or something else for en-US their happiness. It is that time of year when en-US we should all be reminded of the messages en-US given to us by someone who has the power en-US to create life. It seems to me that we, as en-US HUMANS, really have no power at all and en-US that we are ALL on this short journey in life en-US together. We all must get old and die, that is en-US unfair, but we dont know why we were put en-US here? Maybe life is some sort of TEST to see en-US what kind of SOUL we have?en-USCell phones cause more en-US than 75 percent of automobile en-US accidents todayen-US en-US I dont like the word older. I like en-US mature, and those of you ranting about en-US mature drivers are going to be there soonen-US -en-US er then you think.en-US We have a high majority of mature driven-US -en-US ers in Florida; lots of them from other parts en-US of the country, where there are different en-US road rules.en-US I dont like the idea that all you young en-US kids below 50 think we cant drive and en-US should turn in our keys. Aint going to hapen-US -en-US pen, as long as we dont have another choice en-US of good reliable on time transportation en-US available. Believe me, we would if we had a en-US good transportation system but we dont. en-US Yes, we take things more slowly, obey the en-US rules and dont speed when we drive; and en-US that is why most of us drive safely.en-US As for the stats given, I checked them. en-US Pedestrians are top for automobile accidents en-US and death. Age 16-25 is second in line, with en-US cell phones as the major cause. They also en-US noted that cell phones cause over 75 percent en-US of automobile accidents today.en-US Get off your phones, children, and pay en-US attention to the road. Motorcycles was third. en-US The mature group was fourth, and cell en-US phones were not listed as the major cause.en-US I am in the fourth group at age 82. Been en-US driving since I was 16, (66 years), a typical en-US mature driver. I obey the rules, regulations en-US and speeds for driving, even when you en-US youngsters tailgate, honk horns, swerve en-US around me, give me the finger, yell obscenien-US-en-US ties, dart in front of me, make wrong en-US U-turns, etc.en-US What I see the under 50s doing when en-US they drive should gain them a ton of tickets. en-US I counted six tickets on one of my 30-year-en-US old neighbors, as I drove first in front and en-US then in back of them the other day everyen-US -en-US thing from speed to no signals. Unfortuen-US -en-US nately, no police officer was around to issue en-US them, and that is a problem, because we do en-US not have enough of them to police our roads en-US properly.en-US All older cars on the road are not hazards. en-US I drive a classic with 53,000 miles; built in en-US Detroit, Michigan, USA, not China, Japan en-US or Mexico, etc.en-US Just remember, you youngsters, you will en-US get here; and there are people in all age en-US groups who should turn in their keys. There en-US are also people in all age groups who are en-US good drivers. So, get off the mature group en-US kick.en-US Dont automatically think just because en-US you see gray hair that we are lousy drivers en-US and should turn in our keys at 50. en-US Open letter to all motorcyclists en-USPlease be aware that the striped zones en-US between or beside the handicapped parking en-US areas are not parking spaces.en-US Many handicapped vehicles are equipped en-US with lifts, ramps or swing-out chairs that en-US require this extra space.en-US Any obstacle to either side of the vehicle en-US could be dangerous or impossible to navien-US -en-US gate.en-US The only two options are to wait until the en-US obstruction leaves or move the vehicle into en-US traffic lanes to load/unload a wheelchair. In en-US case of bad weather, this increases the danen-US -en-US ger.en-US Please be thankful for the few extra feet en-US that you can walk. Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographer en-USThe St. Lucie County Sheriffs Office Bomb Disposal Team hosted en-US a Beeping Easter Egg Hunt for visually impaired children in Fort en-US Pierce at Westside Baptist Church on Thursday, April 13. Here, St. en-US Lucie County Sheriffs Deputy Sargent Matt Woods helps six-year-en-US old Carrie Allen find some very special, beeping Easter Eggs.en-USFollow the Beep

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en-US 8 Whos Who in Real Estate, get to know your local realtors! Want to know more about the area?CALL A LOCAL Mary-Lynn has the answers. Her reputation is built on providing an unparalleled knowledge of the local area, coupled with superior customer service, results and personal attention. She has extensive knowledge of the boating and air park lifestyles, focusing on waterfront and air park properties. Mary-Lynn is a life-long resident of the Treasure Coast, a member of Indian River Drive Freeholders Association, Womens Council of Realtors and is a Eucharistic Minister at St. Martin De Porres Catholic Church. Mary-Lynn Ninesling Lang Realty, Inc. 772-370-6466 nineslingmary@aol.com m.ninesling@langrealty.com Why Choose Me? Simply put, I love doing my job. I am devoted and passionate about helping my clients with their real estate needs. I learn the local neighborhoods and keep on top of market conditions and the local economy. I will guide you through the complexities of buying and/or selling a house, eliminating hassles and stress. Youll have the advantage of personal, one-on-one attention. Call me today! Stephanie is originally from Syracuse, NY and started her own company, Par Realty, as an independent agency that oers all the same services as the franchises do. She goes far above and beyond for her clients and listings. Stephanie Par, Broker Par Realty, Inc.772-579-5269www.parerealty.comSOLD! Kathy Brandon, Broker 772.834.8832Kathy@KathyBrandon.com www.beachlandrealestate.com along with the five days, but is it possible to en-UShave two days of a break while all this conen-US -en-US struction is going on? That was my biggest en-US thing, having to listen to it that extra day.en-US Mr. Shupe said the company wanted the en-US plant online by early January and losing one en-US day of construction could jeopardize the en-US timetable.en-US These are very aggressive schedules for en-US construction, he added. The loudest activen-US -en-US ity with solar is driving those piles into the en-US ground, and that is a three-month process. en-US We get a lot of lightening strikes, which en-US means our men have to stand down during en-US construction, so wed like to maintain those en-US days as an option.en-US Another neighboring resident, Debbie en-US Sherrod, worried about the additional noise en-US caused by the heavy equipment being en-US brought in by rail car to a temporary crossen-US -en-US ing opened just for the plant construction. en-US One of the main concerns I have is that en-US the railroad crossing will be by my home, en-US she said. The biggest concern is that there en-US are no crossing arms, so every time the en-US freight train comes by -sometimes twice a en-US day -it does have to sound its horn going en-US both ways. We live out here in the country en-US for the quiet, not for train horns. en-US Mr. Shupe admitted he could offer no en-US hope on the crossing.en-US Its really an agreement between U.S. en-US Sugar and the FEC so its up to them how en-US they operate their trains, he said. en-US Commission Chairman Chris Dzadovsky en-US attempted to console the residents conen-US -en-US cerned about the Monday through Saturday en-US construction period.en-US The faster you get it done, the faster its en-US over, he said. en-US Although no employees will be working en-US regularly on the site of the $130 million en-US plant once its completed, it is projected to en-US create up to 250 construction jobs. Amy en-US Brunjes, regional manager for FP&L exteren-US -en-US nal affairs, said once area residents go en-US through an Indian River State College trainen-US -en-US ing course, theyll be qualified to work on en-US any of the companys other solar plants in en-US the future. Eight new projects are currently en-US in the works, including one in Indian River en-US County. en-US Its a five-week training at IRSC, and en-US were going to have a job fair at the end of en-US April, she said. Once these people are en-US trained, they can assimilate into the conen-US -en-US struction force.en-US Mr. Shupe said the plant is projected to en-US produce enough solar energy to power up to en-US 15,000 homes. en-US The emissions reduction equivalent for en-US this project will be like removing 12,000 cars en-US from the road annually, he explained. en-US Pete Tesch, president of the Economic en-US Development Council of St. Lucie County, en-US said the organization had unanimously en-US agreed to support the plant the same day.en-US Its such an exciting project and offers a en-US lot of great economic opportunity for St. en-US Lucie County, with the construction jobs, en-US the capital investment and the increase in en-US our tax base, he said. Ms. Brunjes said the en-US plant approval would mark a very important en-US milestone for both the company and St. en-US Lucie Countyen-US Its been almost 10 years that Ive been en-US talking with some of you and also many of en-US your predecessors about bringing solar en-US power to this county, she exclaimed. Its en-US exciting to be able to be here to do it now. en-USSolaren-USFrom page 1

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en-US 9 Mercedes en-USPaquette, Homeen-US -en-US town News Proen-US-en-US duction Manager, en-US recently took her en-US copy of the newsen-US-en-US paper to LEveil, en-US the building where en-US she used to work en-US when she lived in en-US St-Eustache, en-US Quebec, Canada. en-US Thanks for taking en-US us with you, en-US Mercedes! en-USAre you a fan of the Hometown News? Well, we are inviting you to en-US take us along on your next adventure. en-US Each week, we will feature a different reader-submitted photo that showcases one en-US (or more) of ourTreasure Coast residents reading the Hometown News in a unique or en-US exotic place. Whether you take a trip to the Grand Canyon or a cruise to the Bahaen-US -en-US mas, bring your Hometown News with you and have someone snap a picture.en-US Email your photo (at least 1 MB in size) to news@hometownnewsol.com and en-US include your first and last name, the city you live in and the location/date of where en-US the photo was taken. Type TOURING WITH THE TOWNIES in the subject line. en-US Let's see how many places we can go!en-USTouring with the Townies SouthFloridaDaylilies.en-USTUESDAY, APRIL 25en-US en-US Weekly Storytime Jam:en-US Tuesdays at en-US 10:30 a.m., Zora Neale Hurston Branch en-US Library, 3008 Avenue D, Fort Pierce. en-US Designed for ages 2-5, this interactive en-US program will have your young ones clapping, en-US dancing, singing and listening to stories each en-US week. en-US For more information, call (772) 462-en-US 2154 or visit en-US http://library.stlucieco.gov en-US or en-US email en-US rovitoa@stlucieco.org.en-US en-US Farm to Fork Fest Fresh Market:en-US 3-6 en-US p.m., Treasure Coast Research Park at the en-US corner of Kings Highway and Pruitt Research en-US Road. Features local fruits and vegetables, en-US meats, honey, soap, eggs, baked goods, en-US more, along with live music from the Fort en-US Pierce Jazz and Blues Society and en-US information from local non-profits. en-US For more en-US information, visit en-US www.en-US treasurecoastresearchpark.com. en-US en-US Celebrate Recovery:en-US 7-9:30 p.m., en-US Fairlawn Baptist Church, 3003 Rhode Island en-US Ave., Fort Pierce. A free, Christ-centered en-US recovery program offered every Tuesday en-US evening. en-US For more information, call (772) en-US 461-0814. Society of American Magicians, Local Assembly 172, meeting: Fourth Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. at St. Lucie Lanes, 6759 US Highway 1, Port St. Lucie. Members include hobbyists, amateurs, part time and professional magicians who all love and enjoy the art of magic. Free. Public is welcome, whether you're a professional magician, an amateur hoping to learn a few tricks, or just curious. For more information, call Dean Devitt at (772) 332-8412 or Matt Musgrave at (772) 519-6048.en-USTHURSDAY, APRIL 27en-US en-US Master Gardener lecture:en-US 1 p.m., en-US Lakewood Park Branch Library, 7605 Santa en-US Barbara Drive, Fort Pierce. Learn how to en-US attract butterflies and good insects with en-US plants in your garden and home landscapes en-US with information from certified Master en-US Gardener Lynda Salsbury. en-US For more en-US information about library programs contact en-US the staff at (772) 462-6870; en-US shroyerc@en-US stlucieco.org en-US or visiten-US http://library.stlucieco.en-US gov.en-US en-US Free yoga class:en-US 4 p.m. Thursdays, en-US Down to Earth yoga studio, 2000 S.E. Port en-US St. Lucie Blvd., Port St. Lucie. en-USFor more en-US information, call (772) 539-4039.FRIDAY, APRIL 28 Historic Tree Hike: 7:30-8:30 a.m., Citrus Hammock Preserve, 6511 Citrus Ave., Fort Pierce. Floridas mature trees will give you historic perspective as you stroll through one of the countys newest preserves. Free, public is welcome, but pre-registration is required. Programs are usually limited to 20 people and designed for ages 12 and older unless otherwise noted. All minors must be accompanied by an adult. For more information or to register, call (772) 4622526, visit www.slchikes.org, or email slchikes@stlucieco.org. Black-light Night Hike Part 4: 7-9 p.m., Ancient Oaks Preserve/Weldon B. Lewis Park, 4650 Oleander Ave., Fort Pierce. Take a night-time stroll through the preserve to watch and listen for owls, nighthawks, plants and smaller critters with interesting nighttime colors. Free, public is welcome, but preregistration is required. Programs are usually limited to 20 people and designed for ages 12 and older unless otherwise noted. For more information, call (772) 462-2526.en-USCalendaren-USFrom page 2

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en-US 10 en-USpopulations that reduces our dependence on en-US pesticides.en-US To prevent mosquito bites, residents are en-US reminded to wear light clothing when jogging or en-US walking in the evenings. Homeowners can also en-US assist in the prevention of mosquito populaen-US -en-US tions by practicing the tip and toss method of en-US emptying containers that collect standing water en-US around their homes and yards.en-US For more information on current Mosquito en-US Control efforts, contact the St. Lucie County en-US Mosquito Control Hotline at (772) 462-1800. en-US The most up-to-date information on fogging en-US operations is also posted online at www.stlucieen-US -en-US co.gov.en-USCode Fine Amnesty programen-USSt. Lucie County recently created a new en-US Code Fine Amnesty program as an incentive to en-US all property owners in the unincorporated area en-US with liens against their property because of outen-US-en-US standing code violations.en-US From May 1 through May 31, any business or en-US property owner with outstanding code violaen-US-en-US tions that brings their property into compliance en-US with St. Lucie County Codes and Ordinances en-US will have their fines reduced to 10 percent of en-US the outstanding lien.en-US The goal of this program is bring the more en-US than 500 properties with outstanding code fines en-US into compliance, explained St. Lucie County en-US Commissioner Chairman Chris Dzadovsky. en-US This is an excellent opportunity for residents to en-US clear the deck and receive a 90 percent reducen-US-en-US tion of the lien against their property so that en-US they can get that burden off their shoulders, en-US while at the same time improving their neighen-US -en-US borhood.en-US In order to be eligible for the Lien Amnesty en-US Program, the entire property must be in complien-US -en-US ance with all county Codes and Ordinances en-US and property owners shall not have any active en-US code enforcement violations on any other propen-US -en-US erties owned in the unincorporated areas of St. en-US Lucie County. All properties applying for en-US amnesty will be inspected to confirm there are en-US no code violations. Upon approved inspection, en-US the reduced lien (10 percent of original lien) en-US must be paid within 30 days.en-US Properties with outstanding code liens are en-US being mailed information about this program, en-US along with applications. However, additional en-US information and the application to apply for this en-US program can be found online at http://www.en-US stlucieco.gov/amnestyen-US For more details contact the St. Lucie County en-US Code Compliance staff at 772-462-1571. Celebrate the life of your loved ones with an ad in The Hometown News. Obituaries/Memorial Ads Death Notices Birthdays Graduations Birth Announcements & More! We have affordable rates starting as low as $100 for a 1/16th page ad size. Call Nichole Dash at (772) 467-4313 direct or call our toll-free number at: (800) 823-0466 ext. 319. You can also email me at ndash@HometownNewsOL.com PRE-VATICAN II ROMAN CATHOLICISMQ A S CTraditional Latin Mass Every Sunday at 10:00 A.M. Vero Beach Womens Club 1824 21st St. Vero Beach, FLNot aliated with the local diocese. Have a church event? Want to see your congregation grow? Place your ad in our weekly religion section. 1-800-823-0466 in conserving manatee populations while en-USreaffirming our commitment to continuing en-US this species recovery and success throughen-US -en-US out its range.en-US FWS estimated the current manatee popen-US -en-US ulation in Florida at 6,620, a dramatic en-US improvement from the few hundred who en-US lived around Florida in the 1970s. The agenen-US -en-US cy credited its own actions and those of the en-US Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation en-US Commission for the recovery.en-US Florida Senator Bill Nelson opposed the en-US downlisting, writing in a letter to USFWS: I en-US write in strong opposition to the FWS proen-US-en-US posal to downgrade the West Indian manaen-US -en-US tee from an endangered species to a threaten-US-en-US ened one. I do not believe there is sufficient en-US scientific support for a reclassification at en-US this time.en-US Not only is a downgrading premature, it en-US is also potentially dangerous to long-term en-US recovery efforts, Sen. Nelson continued. en-US For example, since the FWS proposal was en-US released, at least one county in Florida has en-US already made attempts to roll back existing en-US protections like slow-speed zones for boats, en-US which help to protect manatees.en-US A similar statement was released by dozen-US -en-US ens of Florida non-profit organizations, en-US including Pelican Island Audubon Society, en-US 1000 Friends of Florida, Center for Biologien-US -en-US cal Diversity, Clean Water Action, Florida en-US Clean Water Network, League of Women en-US Voters Florida, Florida Wildlife Federation, en-US and Friends of the Everglades that read in en-US part: en-US The Florida Manatees endangered status en-US has allowed the species to advance on the en-US road to recovery, but the threats to its habien-US -en-US tat are still too great to warrant a change to en-US its listing status at this time. Please maintain en-US the manatees status as endangered under en-US the federal Endangered Species Act until en-US threats to its habitat are better controlled.en-US The attorney for Save the Manatee Club, en-US Anne Harvey Holbrook, said this reclassifien-US -en-US cation comes at a time when manatees are en-US experiencing extreme and uncontrolled en-US threats to their survival. The decision to en-US prematurely remove the West Indian manaen-US-en-US tee from the Endangered Species list lacks en-US scientific justification and is not legally en-US defensible. Manatee en-USFrom page 1 en-USNotesen-USFrom page 4 en-USPierce, arrested on a felony warrant for en-US aggravated assault with a firearm and en-US third-degree grand theft.en-US Jamel Griffin, 36, 1906 Rosarita Ave., Fort en-US Pierce, arrested on a felony warrant for lewd en-US or lascivious battery, interfering with the en-US custody of a parent or guardian and sexual en-US activity with a minor.en-US Jessica Hand, 35, 325 S.E. Fisk Road, en-US Port St. Lucie, arrested on an active felony en-US warrant for a probation violation.en-US Terry Hill, 53, 815 S. 13th St., Fort Pierce, en-US arrested on a felony warrant for an order for en-US pretrial detention and termination of pretrial en-US supervision.en-US Brendan Molloy, 28, 1698 S.E. Mistletoe en-US St., Port St. Lucie, arrested on an active felen-US -en-US ony warrant for third-degree grand theft and en-US dealing in stolen property.en-US Sean Dearborn, 50, 11 Camino Del Rio en-US Drive, Port St. Lucie, larceny of more than en-US $300 but less than $10,000 from a person en-US 65 years of age or older, larceny of a credit en-US card and fraudulent or illegal use of a credit en-US card to obtain goods or money of $100 or en-US more.en-USCrimeen-USFrom page 5

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1600 SOUTH 3RD St Fort Pierce772-465-8110For More Info Or To Schedule Your Tee TimeCURRENT RATES From US1, turn East on Ohio Ave. directly behind TD Bank ASK ABOUT OUR FREQUENT PLAYER PROGRAMS$$$25 A Come Enjoy Our New Games And New Drawings!!! JJJ Players Club Arcade 4848 North Kings Hwy Fort Pierce 772-460-6577 Fridays & Saturdays Dinner @7PM Drawings every hour 7pm-11pm FRIDAY, APRIL 21 en-US en-US Food Truck Invasion:en-US This event is en-US hosted at Tradition Square on the first and en-US third Friday of the month from 5 p.m. to 9:30 en-US p.m. Catch us as we invade Tradition in Port en-US St Lucie. Well have the food trucks parked at en-US Tradition Square. This is a huge outdoor en-US picnic where food trucks of different origins, en-US cuisine and menus prepare food that is en-US cooked to order. Its not fast food and a en-US bunch of these trucks are run by chefs. A en-US great deal of fusion cuisine, comfort foods en-US and sweet treats to choose from. Be sure to en-US bring your folding chairs or blankets to picnic en-US on the lawn at Tradition Town Hall.en-USSATURDAY, APRIL 22en-US en-US KPSLB Annual Cleanup Day:en-US Help Keep en-US Port St. Lucie Beautifuol with a clean up day. en-US Registration is at 7:30 a.m., City Hall, 121 en-US SW Port St. Lucie Blvd. Cleanup runs from 8 en-US a.m. to 1 p.m. Volunteers will register for the en-US event, enjoy a free breakfast, and then be en-US transported by bus to several locations en-US throughout the city that are most in need of en-US cleanup. After the cleanup, buses will bring en-US volunteers back for free lunch, raffles and en-US fun for the whole family. en-US For more en-US information, visit en-US http://www.cityofpsl.com/en-US kpslb/en-US en-US Free photography workshop:en-US 9 a.m. to en-US 5 p.m., Morningside Branch Library, 2410 en-US S.E. Morningside Blvd., Port St. Lucie. en-US Presented by Dr. R.J. Ashley, this day-long en-US workshop will focus on the necessary en-US equipment for the video photographer and en-US how to produce a video from still photos. en-US Free, everyone is welcome. en-US For more en-USARIES March 21/April 20en-USYou need to buckle down for the time being en-US and get your health in check, Aries. Change en-US your diet to one that includes more foods that en-US supply a healthy boost of energy.en-USTAURUS April 21/May 21en-USTaurus, if you have been dissatisfied with en-US some aspect of your career, now is the ideal en-US opportunity to do something about it. Start en-US testing the job market.en-USGEMINI May 22/June 21en-USGemini, the things you need to get done this en-US week in order of priority so that you can get en-US everything accomplished. Otherwise, you'll en-US just have ideas swimming in your head.en-USCANCER June 22/July 22en-USCancer, if you are in a relationship or just en-US starting one, you may be in the mood for en-US courting and seduction this week. You'll only en-US need your natural charm to forge ahead.en-USLEO July 23/Aug. 23en-USLeo, satisfaction will come from your interacen-US -en-US tions with others. Take the initiative and proen-US-en-US pose a social event for your friends, particuen-US -en-US larly one that involves outdoor activities.en-USVIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22en-USIt is up to you to motivate people and get them en-US to have fun together, Virgo. Express your en-US enthusiasm to friends or family members and en-US others will quickly join in.en-USLIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23en-USTap into your artistic side, Libra. Even if you en-US think there's no art inside you, you'll be suren-US -en-US prised at what you find. This newfound creen-US -en-USHoroscopesen-USOxbow hosts Earth Day events en-USPORT ST LUCIE Earth Day is this en-US weekend, but Oxbow Eco Center has so en-US many events planned they decided to hold en-US off for a week. The Earth Day Festival will en-US be hosted at the center on April 29 from 10 en-US a.m. to 3 p.m. at 5400 N.E. St. James Drive en-US in Port St. Lucie and this years theme is en-US Live Green & Prosper.en-US Among the many items on the agenda en-US will be live music from Ben Prestage and en-US many other local artists. There also will be a en-US Heritage Camp which focuses on the en-US Native American influence on the area en-US and an artist village for everybody to enjoy en-US featuring local artists and plenty of food en-US trucks for snacks. Area schools will have en-US some of their innovative and creative projen-US -en-US ects and this year the event will have three en-US stages creative-expression, heritage and en-US main stages instead of the traditional sinen-US -en-US gle stage.en-US This is our 13th annual Earth Day Festien-US -en-US val and were excited, because the event has en-US grown over the years and its evolved, said en-US Environmental Education and Ecotourism en-US Coordinator Wren Underwood. Its en-US evolved into something thats much more en-US inclusive and a well-rounded community en-US event.en-US But the main event of the day during en-US the centers biggest event of the year will en-US be the Procession of the Species Parade at Dining en-US&en-US Entertainmenten-USFRIDAY, APRIL 21, 2017 en-US FORT PIERCE en-US en-US en-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM PAGE 11Out & about en-USChildren enjoy the Procession of the Species parade at last year's event. By Gaylon Parkergparker@hometownnewsol.comen-USnoon, which will feature people dressed in en-US animal or plant species costumes. There is a en-US costume contest associated with the parade en-US and all costumes must be homemade and en-US original. The categories will be best overall en-US costume, most recycled, best team or group, en-US adults 18 years of age or older, teens from 13 en-US to 17 and youths 12 and younger. People en-US also can wear pre-made costumes if they do en-US not have one when they arrive., although en-US they cant participate in the contest.en-USSeeen-US en-US EARTH DAYen-US page 14en-US Seeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 12en-US Seeen-US en-US SCOPESen-US, page 14

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en-US 12 Youre Always HOME At Sweeties! Great Food Served WithGood Old Fashioned Values Friendly Comfortable Atmosphere!Excellent Food For Every Budget!!!2625 S. US 1 Fort Pierce 772-828-3720Just like a family meal at Moms house! SPECIALS OPEN 7 DAYS 6AM-8PMHamburger & Fries Sweeties Crepes Three Delicate Crepe SImply served with whipped butter and syrup, choice of fruitPrime Rib DInner Fri-Sat-Sun Only $5.95Only $5.50 Only $14.95 2 Eggs, 2 Pancakes, 2 Strips of BaconOnly $4.99SHRIMP & RIBS $12.95 CHICKEN & RIBS $11.95 MEXICAN OMELETTE $7.95 SPINACH & FETA OMELETTE $8.50BreakfastLunch Dinner en-USWen-USith the things that have been en-US evolving with our earth, Earth en-US Day is becoming more and more en-US of an important event in our society. Earth en-US day is a day we can look around and see all en-US the wonders that nature has bestowed on en-US us. It is also a great time to think about how en-US we can protect and beautify our environen-US -en-US ment. This task can be as simple as planting en-US a single tree to beautify our yard or possibly en-US planting a colorful garden for all to enjoy en-US on your property or even to donate your en-US time to a local garden club to help beautify en-US an area of your city or town. With the en-US growing needs of our fragile environment, en-US now more then ever, this will be an en-US important year to do everything we can to en-US both beautify and balance our environment. en-US The idea of Earth Day was initiated in en-US 1962 as a way to get people aware of what is en-US going on in our environment. It all started en-US with President Kennedy in 1963 when he en-US took a five-day conservation tour of our en-US nation. The first official Earth Day was on en-US April 22, 1970. Since then, Earth Day has en-US blossomed into a national celebration en-US where people initiate ideas that can help en-US make our environment more eye appealing en-US and a better place to live.en-US With all the hype on how we are en-US depleting our cypress forests by the use of en-US cypress mulch, there are many other natural en-US alternatives we can use that are both en-US functional and also will save our natural en-US resources. One thing we can use that we all en-US have plenty of is natural grass clippings. en-US Thats right; grass clippings can make an en-US excellent mulching material that you can en-US use on almost all your plants and flowers. en-US You do need to be sure, however, that your en-US turf has not been recently treated with any en-US herbicides. The herbicides may damage en-US some of your tender plants. en-US Place the clippings around your plants in en-US layers. Make each of your layers thin and do en-US not make it too thick, as the mulch will en-US produce a smell. Apply the next thin layer en-US after the initial layer has been allowed to en-US dry out. As the clippings decompose, they en-US will produce a fertilizing effect on your en-US plants. The clippings tend to add nutrients en-US back to the soil as they decay and work en-US their way into the dirt. en-US Another great natural mulching material en-US is pine needles. This material is not suitable en-US for all plants, but is great for the majority of en-US plants we use in this part of Florida. You en-US can use pine clippings on any plants that are en-US acid loving. This list can include ixoria, en-US hibiscus, bottlebrush, azalea, gardenia, en-US junipers, and banana trees along with many en-US other plants that require a high acid content en-US in the soil. Not only do many of these en-US natural remedies save resources, they also en-US save you money. Doing large areas of your en-US yard with commercial products can cost a en-US fortune. With the money you save on en-US mulching materials, you will be able to en-US purchase lots more colorful flowers!en-US Many of your favorite plants that you en-US have in your yard can be easily propagated en-US into new plants without the need to keep en-US buying new plants. Roses are a great en-US example of this. In the spring, you can en-US choose cuttings that are healthy and green en-US and they will make good candidates for en-US cuttings. Using a sharp knife cut off the soft en-US tip of the cane and then cut it into 4to en-US 5-inch pieces. Each piece should have at en-US least 2 nodes and some leaves. Strip off the en-US bottom leaves to expose a node, and then en-US plant the cutting in moist soil and keep it in en-US bright shade and high humidity. You can en-US use containers covered with plastic bags, or en-US set them in the ground in the shade and en-US cover them with plastic jugs. Either method en-US should work fine. Take several cuttings to en-US be sure you have success with at least en-US several. You are now on your way to en-US propagating your own Rose garden!en-US Remember, this year even more than ever en-US we must take responsibility for our planet. en-US Everything you do no matter how small it is en-US helps. When you combine all the small en-US efforts together you have one huge result. en-US Conserving water is a huge step that can en-US help everybody, especially with the drought en-US we are experiencing in 2017.en-US Remember, Earth Day is April 22, 2017.en-US Joe Zelenak has more than 30 years en-US experience in gardening and landscape. Send en-US emails to en-US hometowngarden@gmail.com en-US or en-US visiten-US www.hometowngarden.com.en-USEarth Day is Saturday April 22, 2017 GARDEN NOOK en-USJOE ZELENAK en-USinformation, call Morningside Library staff at en-US (772) 337-5632 or visit en-US http://library.en-US stlucieco.gov. Earth Day at Heathcote: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Heathcote Botanical Gardens, 210 Savannah Road, Fort Pierce. Visit Heathcote for familyand Earth-friendly activities and entertainment. For more information, call (772) 464-4672 or visit www.heathcotebo tanicalgardens.org.en-US en-US Puppet Theater: 10:30 a.m., fourth en-USSaturday each month, at the Fort Pierce en-US Branch Library, 101 Melody Lane, Fort en-US Pierce. Free. en-US For more information, call (772) 462-2812, email en-US pernag@stlucieco.en-US org, en-US or visiten-US http://library.stlucieco.gov. Ladybug Launch children's event: Held in connection with a full day of Earth Day fun, the educational ladybug release will be held from 11 a.m. to noon, Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens, 2410 S.E. Westmoreland Blvd., Port St. Lucie. Free for children ages 5-12 and their families. Registration is required. Please call (772) 337-1959 to register. Butterfly program: 3 p.m., Fort Pierce Library, 101 Melody Lane, Fort Pierce. Students in kindergarten through fifth grade can celebrate Earth Day by learning about butterflies and making a butterfly sun en-US Seeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 14en-USOuten-USFrom page 11

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en-US 13 Karaoke Every Tuesday & Thursday Night 5pm-8pm By Chris Colvin Friday Night Live Music & Dancing 6pm-9pm 2015 2015 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2016 2016 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Taco Tuesday $3 Ground beef, chicken or sh. $4 Mahi, shrimp or steak. Topped w/ lettuce, tomato, cheese. Served w/ salsa & sour cream Quesadilla: Chicken $8 Shrimp $9 Ribeye $11 All you can eat chips & salsa $3 per person. 11am-8pm Monday $1 OFF All Burgers w/ 1 side 11am-8pm Wednesday All you can eat fried sh ngers w/ 2 sides $14 All you can eat fried shrimp w/ 2 sides $16 4pm-8pm Thursday Italian Night. Spaghetti w/ meat sauce. Served w. garlic bread & salad $8 Chicken Parm w/ pasta, garlic bread & salad $10 Shrimp scampi w/ garlic bread & soup or salad $14 Friday & Saturday All you can eat snow crab legs $29 1 Pound of snow crab legs $22 1/2 Pound of snow crab legs & 10oz ribeye or prime ribeye $27 Served w/ 2 sides 4pm-8pm IN ROAD RUNNER RESORT 5500 St. Lucie Blvd. (Airport Rd.) Fort Pierce. 772-801-9302 en-USEthan Rega en-US caught his first en-US Speckled Perch en-US while fishing on en-US Lake Okeechobee en-US with his grandpa en-US Jerry Schumacher. en-USHelp us celebrate one of the Treasure Coasts most popular pastimes by submitting a en-US photo of your most recent catch straight from local waters.en-US Email a photo of you with your fish that is at least 1 MB or 300 dpi in size en-US to news@hometownnewsol.com. en-US Write CATCH OF THE WEEK in the subject line, and in the body of the email, en-US please include the following information:en-US Your nameen-US City you live inen-US Age (if 18 or younger)en-US Type of fishen-US Approximate size of fishen-US Area you caught the fishen-US Phone number in case we have questions (will not be printed)en-USNice Catch! en-USWen-UShen baseball and football en-US fanatics hear the names Cooperen-US -en-US stown and Canton, they immedien-US -en-US ately envision the Baseball Hall of Fame en-US and the Pro Football Hall of Fame, en-US respectively. When it comes to the World en-US Golf Hall of Fame, a city much farther en-US south and much older comes to the minds en-US of golf enthusiasts.en-US At nearly 500 years old, St. Augustine is en-US our nations oldest city. In addition to the en-US Golf Hall of Fame, this city is also home to en-US the Castillo de San Marcos, the Fountain of en-US Youth, St. Augustine Lighthouse and en-US Museum, and Colonial Spanish homes and en-US landmarks. en-US Built in 1998, the World Golf Hall of en-US Fame is the en-US youngest of the en-US major sports en-US Halls. One of the en-US great things en-US about golf is that en-US it may be played en-US for a lifetime, its en-US players never en-US truly retire. This, en-US however, poses a en-US challenge in en-US deciding just en-US how long to wait en-US to enshrine en-US someone.en-US Induction to en-US the Hall comes en-US through five categories. On the PGA Tour en-US and International Ballots, golf journalists, en-US historians and golf dignitaries vote to deteren-US -en-US mine who is elected. The LPGA Point en-US System is used to determine eligibility for en-US the ladies. The World Golf Hall of Fame en-US Board of Directors determines those en-US honored by the Lifetime Achievement en-US category, created to honor persons whose en-US contributions to the game have come from en-US outside the competitive arena, and the en-US Veterans Category which honors those en-US players whose careers are worthy of en-US enshrinement.en-US With summer fast approaching, its time en-US to decide where to go to get-away from en-US things and treat yourself, and maybe even en-US the family, to a quick trip. You should en-US consider the World Golf Hall of Fame and en-US all the World Golf Village has to offer. You en-US can spend a few or several hours touring en-US the latest exhibits in the two-story shrine en-US dedicated to golfs greatest men and en-US women. en-US The hall is very open and airy. It feels as en-US if you are near your favorite breeze-swept en-US fairway. There are also plenty of windows en-US that allow the natural sunlight to brighten en-US and warm you.en-US As you enter the hall, you are greeted by en-US mementos telling the stories of great en-US moments in the lives and careers of the en-US most recent class of inductees.en-US The hall dedicates more than 32,000 en-US square feet to exhibits. Permanent displays en-US tell the history of the game. New acquisien-US -en-US tions and Hall of Fame memorabilia are en-US housed at the base of the tower on the en-US second floor. One current exhibit is Bob en-US Hope: Shanks for the Memories. This en-US exhibit looks at his devotion to the troops en-US and and the many ways he championed the en-US game of golf. Another exhibit, Road to en-US Rio: Golfs Return to the Olympics, takes en-US visitors on a historical journey from 1900 en-US when golf was first played as an Olympic en-US Sport, to 1904, the last time golfers en-US competed for medals before this past en-US summer.en-US The historic section is filled with clubs en-US and parchments that reference golf en-US beginning as early as the 15th century. I en-US was fascinated with the old clubs and the en-US odd designs that players and craftsmen en-US came up with en-US to hit balls en-US and rocks. en-US The history en-US of golf is well en-US documented en-US and preserved en-US here. I learned en-US that in 1929 en-US Bobby Jones en-US and Tom en-US Stewart en-US became the en-US first to design en-US grooved clubs en-US with numbers en-US stamped on en-US them. The en-US iron that astronaut Alan Shepard used on en-US the Moon to hit golf balls is on display. en-US There is a replica of the famous Swilcan en-US Bridge from St. Andrews for visitors to en-US cross.en-US The highlight of the tour is the Wall of en-US Fame, where golden busts commemorate en-US those enshrined here including golfers, en-US architects, journalists, innovators and en-US teachers. The room sits on the second floor en-US under the clock tower.en-US Throughout the Hall of Fame there are en-US mementos from many of golfs greats. en-US Bernard Langers Masters Trophy and the en-US Claret Jug that Nick Price won as Open en-US Champion are here. A display celebrating en-US Gary Players career includes his Green en-US Jacket from the 1961 Masters.en-US Before you exit the hall, you meander en-US through the Member Locker Room. Each en-US inductee has a locker here featuring en-US mementos from that persons life and en-UScareer, providing a look into their world en-US and a way to connect with golfing greats en-US who have long since passed.en-US Finally, what would a trip to golfs Hall of en-US Fame be without a little golf? The World en-US Golf Village features a pair of fantastic en-US courses, the Slammer and Squire, designed en-US by golf legends Sam Snead and Gene en-US Sarazen; and the King & Bear, designed by en-US Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus. For en-US those looking to improve their game, the en-US PGA Tour Academy is located in the village en-US as well.en-US The World Golf Village is surely worth en-US the drive from any point in the state. There en-US is plenty to keep every golf fan busy, en-US relaxed, entertained and well-fed. To plan en-US your stay, look up the World Golf Village at en-US www.wgv.comen-US or call the resort at 800-948-en-US 4653.en-US Contact James Stammer at en-USstammergolf@en-US yahoo.com.en-USVisit the World Golf en-US Hall of Fame GOLF en-USJAMES STAMMER

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en-US 14 Answers Located in the Classied Section Wellness Exams Spay & Neuter Vaccinations Preventative Care Dentistry Soft Tissue Surgery Radiography Microchipping Medical Boarding Pain Management Pharmacy709 N. US1 PELICAN CENTER US1 & SEAWAY DR. FORT PIERCE, FL www.HolyFamilyVet.VetStreet.com 772-242-8320 OFFICE VISITS ONLY$40OFFICE HOURS: Drs. Hours..M, T, Th & F 8am-6pm Reception Only..Wed 8am-6pm Saturdays..8am-4pm Closed SundaysDr. Michael OConnor, D.V.M. Voted Best Veterinary Clinic by the Readers of Ft. Pierce It will be very interactive, and one of en-USour agencies are doing a food drive en-US because its all about community, Ms. en-US Underwood said. You can bring canned en-US goods or non-perishable goods to the en-US event and if you walk or ride your bike to en-US the event there will be bike tune-ups and en-US that kind of thing.en-US There will be dozens of science, en-US research and conservation organizations en-US with fun and interactive activities to en-US engage visitors in learning about the natuen-US -en-US ral world around them. In addition, howen-US -en-US ever, we invite other community organizaen-US -en-US tions that provide resources and en-US opportunities for our youth, the elderly, en-US people with mental or physical challenges, en-US and people in need, according to a press en-US release from the event.en-US Some of the other items on the checklist en-USwill be dozens science, research and conen-US-en-US servation organizations with fun and en-US interactive activities to engage visitors in en-US learning about the natural world around en-US them. In addition, community organizaen-US-en-US tions that provide resources and opportuen-US -en-US nities for youths, the elderly, people with en-US mental or physical challenges and people en-US in need are encouraged to attend.en-US Theres a big push on conservation, liven-US -en-US ing green and sustainability, but theres en-US also a celebration of our heritage because en-US how do you know how to plan a green en-US future if you dont know where you came en-US from? Ms. Underwood said. We also celen-US -en-US ebrate art and I its an amazing, eclectic en-US and beautiful celebration.en-US The Oxbow Eco-Center is a St. Lucie en-US County Environmental Learning Center en-US that provides hundreds of educational en-US programs and volunteer opportunities for en-US residents throughout the year.en-US For more information, visit en-USwww.en-US oxboweco.comen-US or call 772-785-5833.en-USEarth Dayen-USFrom page 11 en-USativity will pay dividends now and into the future.en-USSCORPIO Oct. 24/Nov. 22en-USScorpio, address your anxiety by talking things en-US over with a friend or someone else close to you. en-US Simply talking about a problem can make it less en-US intense.en-USSAGITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21en-USSagittarius, you may feel more energetic this en-US week than you have in recent weeks. Use your en-US motivation to check things off that lengthy to-do en-US list or to look for new prospects.en-USCAPRICORN Dec. 22/Jan. 20en-USCapricorn, getting your voice heard might be chalen-US-en-US lenging in the days ahead. You just need to mainen-US -en-US tain a consistent voice, and others will eventually en-US come around.en-USAQUARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18en-USAquarius, take the necessary steps to start living en-US a healthier lifestyle. Now is a good time to scale en-US back on extravagance and make time for a healthy en-US diet and exercise.en-USPISCES Feb. 19/March 20en-USThe stars are trying to tell you to take care of youren-US -en-US self this week, Pisces. You need to rest, dream en-US and take some time off.en-USScopesen-USFrom page 11 catcher. Following the program, participants will release butterflies that have hatched right here at the library. Free and the public is welcome, but space is limited so arriving early is suggested. Parents and caregivers are asked to accompany children during this program.For more information about childrens programs call Gicele Perna (Ms. Sally) at (772) 462-2812, email pernag@ stlucieco.org or visit http://library.stlucieco. gov. Port St. Lucie Business Womens Luncheon and Fashion Show: 27th annual event will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club, 12600 N.W. Harbour Ridge Blvd., Palm City. Theme is Sailing in Style.Door prizes, raffles, and more than 100 items offered in a silent auction. This major fundraiser helps support the organizations Community Action Grants & Awards, which go to local non-profit agencies that work with women and children, and provides scholarships for women attending Indian River State College. Tickets cost $55 per person. Order tickets online at https://fashionshowpslbw. eventbrite.com or contact Angela Hayle at (772) 985-5256, or by email at secretary@ PSLBW.com. From Classical to Contemporary wind ensemble and instrumental concert: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., McAlpin Fine Arts Center, IRSC main campus, 3209 Virginia Ave., Fort Pierce. Enjoy an uplifting repertoire of music from classical to contemporary, including selections from classical wind band, Broadway and the movies. General admission tickets are $15. For more information, contact the IRSC box office at (772) 462-4750 or visit www.irsc.edu. en-US en-US Creation Station Music Jam sessions:en-US en-US 2-4 p.m., Morningside Branch Library, 2410 en-US S.E. Morningside Blvd., Port St. Lucie, on the en-US fourth Saturday of the month through April. en-US Musicians can make and record music using en-US Mixcraft Pro Studio 7. en-US For more information en-US Seeen-US en-US OUT, en-US page 15en-USOuten-USFrom page 12

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Try this one, en-US youll love it. en-USLENTIL SALAD WITH en-US BRAISED GREENS AND SUNNY en-US SIDE UP EGGSen-US6-8 servingsen-US Ingredientsen-US 2 bunches Swiss charden-US 1/2-cup olive oilen-US 3/4-cup diced onionen-US 3/4-cup diced celeryen-US 1 pound lentils, rinsed well and picked en-US overen-US 8 cups vegetable stock en-US 1 cup diced tomatoes en-US 1 bay leafen-US 2 teaspoons salt, plus more for seasoningen-US 1/2-teaspoon freshly ground black en-US pepper, plus more for seasoningen-US 1/2-cup small-diced red bell pepperen-US 6 tablespoons red wine vinegaren-US 6 tablespoons extra virgin olive oilen-US 4 cloves thinly sliced garlicen-US 1/4-cup roasted pine nutsen-US 6 to 8 large eggs, at room temperature en-US (optional)en-US Lemon wedges or fresh lemon juice, en-US for servingen-US Directionsen-US Wash the Swiss chard greens well and pat en-US dry. Cut the ribs from the leaves, chop into en-US 1/2-inch pieces, and set aside. Cut the en-US leaves into 1-inch strips. en-US Heat 3 tablespoons of the olive oil in a en-US medium saucepan over medium high heat. en-US When hot, add the 3/4-cup onions, chard. en-US After 2-3 minutes add greens, stirring en-US another 3 minutes or until tender, then set en-US aside. en-US In a 4 quart cooking pot add the lentils, en-US 7-1/2 cups of the vegetable stock, bay leaf, en-US 1-1/2 teaspoons salt and the black pepper, en-US vinegar, garlic, 6 tablespoons olive oil, en-US tomatoes, celery and peppers. Bring to a en-US simmer and cook uncovered, stirring en-US occasionally, until lentils are just tender, en-US about 20 to 25 minutes. Take care not to en-US overcook or lentils will become mushy. Set en-US lentils aside to cool to lukewarm in the en-US cooking liquid, then strain in a colander en-US and discard the cooking liquid. Adjust en-US seasoning if necessary. en-US Place braised greens on platter and top en-US with lentils, pine nuts and lemon juice. At en-US this point the dish is vegan and vegetarian. en-US Depending on your preference, you may en-US top with a fried egg cooked in olive oil.en-US Costa Magoulas is dean of the Mori en-US Hosseini College of Hospitality and Culinary en-US Management at Daytona State College. en-US Contact him at (386) 506-3578. CHEF COSTA'S en-USCOOKING CORNERen-USCOSTA MAGOULAS en-USabout library events visiten-US http://library.en-US stlucieco.gov.en-USSUNDAY, APRIL 23 Salute to Choral Masterworks choir concert: 2 p.m., McAlpin Fine Arts Center, IRSC main campus, 3209 Virginia Ave., Fort Pierce. Enjoy selections from the historical canon of choral masterworks, exploring the outstanding legacy of Western European art music. General admission tickets are $15. For more information, contact the IRSC box office at (772) 462-4750 or visit www.irsc. edu. TUESDAY, APRIL 25 Big Band Night: Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society presents Big Band Night from 7-10 p.m. with the FDO 17 Piece Swinging Big Band at the Black Box at Sunrise Theatre, 117 S. Second Street, Fort Pierce. For more information, call (772) 460-5299 or visit www.jazzsociety.org.en-US en-US Pro Blues Jam:en-US With Spears & Compaen-US -en-US ny, 7-10 p.m., Midtown Grill & Bar at The en-US Days Inn, 3224 S. U.S. 1, Fort Pierce. Food, en-US dancing & great music. Play, dance or just en-US listen, everyone is welcome. A Blues Alliance of the Treasure Coast event. For more information, visit www.bluesalliance.orgen-USWEDNESDAY, APRIL 26en-US en-US Weekly Latin Dance:en-US Every Wednesday en-US night, 8-11 p.m., Midtown Grill & Bar, Fort en-US Pierce. Salsa, Merengue, Bachata. $5. en-USFor en-US more information, (703) 402-3645.en-USTHURSDAY, APRIL 27en-US en-US 'Go Granny D!' play:en-US 6:15 p.m., Fort en-US Pierce Library, 101 Melody Lane, Fort Pierce. en-US This tells the true story of Granny D, who at en-US the age of 90 walked 3200 miles across en-US America to draw attention to the need for en-US campaign finance reform. Presented by en-US actress Barbara Bates Smith, music by Jeff en-US Sebens. en-US For more information, email en-US dwcstlucie@gmail.comFRIDAY, APRIL 28 Port St. Lucie Talent Show: The Parks and Recreation department is hosting their Annual Talent Show at 7 p.m. at the Port St. Lucie Community Center. For more information, visit www.cityofpsl.com. Recycled Fashion Show & LuLaRoe Extravaganza: 7-9 p.m., Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast, 1707 N.E. Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach. Admission is $5 per person. Visit www.ChildrensMuseumTC.org. en-USOuten-USFrom page 14

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