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FORT PIERCETHE BEACHES LAKEWOOD PARK F O RT PIERC E THE BEA C HE S LAKEW OO D PARK Vol. 16, No. 32 en-USFriday, May 25, 2018 en-US@HometownNewsStLucie @hometownnewsslc @HometownNewsSLC 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 LOOKING FOR A HOME 7 en-USWould you like to meet a en-US friendly, playful, cuddly en-US cat? Visit Dogs and Cats en-US Forever en-USCATCH 12en-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-USTOWNIES 13en-USTouring with the en-US Townies features en-US reader-submitted en-US photos from travels. en-US Lets see how many en-US places we can go! en-USHurricane season en-US begins June 1, so en-US look inside for help en-US as you plan to keep en-US you and your loved en-US ones safe. en-USWHAT A CATCH!en-US MEET SAKE en-USGOING ON A TRIP? en-USLOOK INSIDE en-USINDEX Classified 16 Crossword en-US15 Horoscopes en-US11 Out & About 11 Police Report en-US5 Viewpoint en-US6 en-USCOMMUNITY CALENDARen-USSee en-US community en-US events on en-US page 3 en-USTAKE US WITH YOUen-USTouring with en-US the Townies en-US features en-US reader-suben-US-en-US mitted en-US photos from en-US travels. Lets en-US see how en-US many places en-US we can go! en-US Send in your picture or en-US questions to en-US en-USPLANNING A TRIP? en-USST. LUCIE COUNTY -Despite impassioned en-US pleas by several area residents worried about en-US negative health effects, the St. Lucie County en-US Commission unanimously approved an amenden-US-en-US ment to its Cable Television Franchise Ordien-US -en-US nance May 15 permitting the placement of small en-US cell 5G wireless transmitters in all public rights en-US of way.en-US County staff has worked for several months in en-US conjunction with Fort Lauderdale-based comen-US-en-US munications attorney Gary Resnick gathering en-US input from industry representatives for the draft en-US ordinance they first presented to the Commisen-US-en-US sion on May 1. During the first hearing, Mr. en-US Resnick advised commissioners not to consider en-US any potential health effects in their final deteren-US -en-US mination, and Commissioner Chris Dzadvosky en-USCounty passes ordinance en-US despite resistanceen-USCounty commissioners blame en-US federal law for their inability en-US to extend moratoriumen-USBy Donald Rodrigueen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USSeeen-US en-US ORDINANCEen-US page 8 Photo by MaryAnn Ketcham en-USOakland Raider Khalil Mack recently attended a spring football game between alma mater Westwood HS and Sebastian River HS at Lawnwood Stadium.   The en-USevent featured a pre-game ceremony in which the team retired Macks football en-US jersey No. 32. Surrounded by friends and family, Khalil Mack kisses mom en-US Yolanda as Fort Pierce Westwood High School retires his number.en-USThe retirement of No. 32en-USFORT PIERCE -The committee en-US behind the restoration of the Lincoln en-US Park Theatre asked the City Commisen-US -en-US sion to consider partnering with them en-US during the May 14 Conference Agenda en-US in order to keep the restoration of the en-US historic African American theater on en-US track. en-US Two members of the Martin Luther en-US King Commemorative Committee preen-US-en-US sented a historical overview of the theen-US -en-US atre and the Committees progress since en-US the nonprofit organization purchased en-US the building in 2001. Margaret Benton, en-US whose father Dr. Clem C. Benton founden-US -en-US ed the theater in 1946 along with Dr. en-US Harry Center, showed commissioners en-US different slides of the progress the orgaen-US-en-US nization has made to-date, as well as en-US images of the theater before its demise. en-US This is the beginning of restoration, en-US she said. We went in there, with the en-US help of the City of Fort Pierce. As a en-US result, we were able to do cleanout, stabien-US -en-US lization, and put a brand new roof on the en-US entire facility. The funds for the faade en-US came from the State of Florida to the en-US tune of $200,000. You can see that draen-US -en-US matic shift, and of course the committee en-US needs additional funds in order to conen-US -en-US tinue this progress.en-US Another committee member, Regien-US-en-US nald Floyd, described the theater in its en-US heyday when it served as one of the focal en-USLincoln en-US Park en-US Theatre en-US needs en-US city's helpen-USMartin Luther King en-US Commemorative en-US Committee members en-US want Fort Pierce to en-US partner in theater en-US restorationen-USBy Donald Rodrigueen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USSeeen-US en-US THEATREen-US, page 2


en-US 2 en-USCommunity calendar points of the citys African American busi en-US-en-US ness district.en-US The picture that you see there is a picture en-US that was taken some years ago when it was en-US operational, he said. The seating capacity en-US was a little over 500, and it was the center of en-US the business community on Avenue D. All en-US kinds of graduation ceremonies, as well as en-US theater entertainment was held there. Going en-US back that far, we had dress shops, there were en-US all kinds of stores, haberdasheries, grocery en-US stores -Avenue D was the business center en-US of the Lincoln Park area.en-US Lincoln Park Revitalization Coordinator en-US Caleta Scott also contributed to the discusen-US-en-US sion, saying she believed the historic theater en-US would have the same revitalizing effect on en-US the neighborhood that the Sunrise Theatre en-US had on Downtown Fort Pierce. en-USWhat happened downtown was very en-US important, and we could say that, in part, en-US that was due to the Sunrise Theatre opening en-US and bringing back life to the downtown area, en-US which is what wed like to see in the Lincoln en-US Park historic business district, she said. en-US Cultural heritage tourism is one of the fasten-US -en-US est growing types of tourism, and people will en-US come to Fort Pierce to visit one of 10 Black-en-US owned theaters in the country.en-US Ms. Scott said city staff had reached out to en-US the Committee about a year ago to help en-US brainstorm on ways to secure funding in en-US order to continue the restoration work. In en-US response to questions by Commissioner en-US Reginald Sessions about the purpose of the en-US update, City Manager Nick Mimms said he en-US believed Fort Pierce should take a larger role en-US in the theater rehabilitation but not necesen-US -en-US sarily in the future day-to-day operations.en-US I hope at the end of this discussion well en-US be talking about moving forward with a en-US potential partnership and possible co-ownen-US -en-US ership whereby we can help the Martin en-US Luther King Commemorative Committee en-US seek funding for the capital improvement to en-US get this theater restored to its previous conen-US-en-US dition or even better than its previous condien-US -en-US tion, he said. But I do want to state that in en-US no way, shape or form are we looking to en-US operate this theater. Were looking to just en-US restore it and get it back to a presentable en-US state.en-US Both Ms. Scott and Mr. Mimms emphaen-US -en-US sized that they had identified potential funden-US -en-US ing sources including Alleghany Franciscan en-US Ministries -which has already invested en-US more than $1 million in the neighborhood -en-US but the latter said the theater did not qualify en-US for them at present.en-US At this time this is a private facility, and en-US we really cant seek grant funding sources, en-US he said. We have to have some sort of parten-US -en-US nership to make that happen.en-US Commissioner Rufus Alexander wanted en-US assurances from both the city manager and en-US City Attorney James Messer that Fort Pierce en-US would not be entering the theater business en-US for the second time. Many city residents en-US have complained over the years about Fort en-US Pierce having to subsidize the Sunrise Theen-US-en-US atre out of the General Fund.en-US All I want to know is if the partnership en-US with the MLK [Committee] and the Lincoln en-US Theatre is going to through Mr. Messer, and en-US Mr. Messer is going to be sure that this is en-US exactly what its going to be, a partnership, en-US he said. The City of Fort Pierce doesnt want en-US to be owning anything because we dont en-US want another theater, right Mr. Mimms? en-US We do not want to operate another theen-US-en-US ater, thats correct, the city manager en-US responded. en-US Commissioner Reginald Sessions said he en-US backed the idea of a partnership with the city en-US because the restoration process had already en-US taken too long.en-US At the end of the day, my constituents, as en-US well as everybody in here, we want to see this en-US project move forward, he said. The lack of en-US funding may be the problem, but the key to en-US the success of Avenue D and revitalizing en-US Avenue D is going to start from right there, en-US so this is very important. Weve got to conen-US -en-US centrate on making this a reality, and if this en-US is what its going to take -partnershipping en-US with the city -then so be it, lets do it.en-US Mr. Floyd said the Committee had already en-US planned out its fundraising activities for the en-US next fiscal year in the hopes of raising at least en-US $50,000 on its own toward the theater restoen-US -en-US ration, including a telethon and holiday gala. en-US We are looking at several ventures, he en-US said. We are really excited about fundraisen-US -en-US ing pop-up shops, a brick-paver campaign en-US and an annual summer day party. We have en-US had wonderful events in our community in en-US the past that have generated a lot of interest en-US and a lot of support from the community.en-US For his part, Commissioner Thomas Peren-US -en-US ona said his experience with the Sunrise en-US Theatre has taught him different lessons and en-US asked the Committee members to focus on en-US the future after restoration as well. en-US Im not so concerned about the build-en-US out, but the sustainability and to make sure en-US this thing goes on and on and on, he said. If en-US your Committee could at least spend some en-US time and make sure that [you have] sustainen-US en-USability through the years, lets get this built. en-US But more importantly is the sustainability of en-US the programming and the maintenance and en-US management of that organization en-USas it goes en-US on into the future. en-USTheatreen-USFrom page 1 en-USSATURDAY, MAY 26en-US en-US Turtle Tracks Beach Hike:en-US 7:30-9:30 en-US a.m., Ocean Bay Beachside Preserve, 7600 en-US South Ocean Drive, Jensen Beach. Enjoy a en-US morning at the beach looking for sea turtle en-US tracks from visitations during the preceding en-US hours. Learn which species of sea turtles en-US have been visiting St. Lucie Countys en-US beaches, how to identify their track patterns, en-US the conservation history of sea turtles and en-US how these beloved reptiles can benefit from en-US the communitys helping hands. Free, public en-US is welcome; however, reservations are en-US required as space is limited. en-GB For more en-GB information or to register, call (772) 462-en-GB 2526, email en-GB en-GB or visit en-GB en-US en-US In Search of the Ais Hike:en-US 9-11 a.m., en-US Spruce Bluff Preserve, 611 S.E. Dar Lane, en-US Port St. Lucie. The Spanish established La en-US Florida in 1513, but they were not the first en-US people on the peninsula. This morning hike en-US through wetlands leads to a burial mound of en-US the Ais people, and youll learn about some en-US of the areas archaeological findings.en-GB en-US Free, en-US public is welcome; however, reservations are en-US required as space is limited. en-GB For more en-GB information or to register, call (772) 462-en-GB 2526, email en-GB en-GB or visit en-GB en-GB en-GB Democratic Women's Club of St en-GB Lucie County:en-GB Monthly meeting is the en-GB fourth Saturday each month, 9:30-11:30 en-US Seeen-US en-US CALENDARen-US, page 3


en-US 3 rfntb Oceanfront 3814 sf 5 bedroom, 4 bath. East 56 balcony=amazing ocean views. North and West sunset balcony. Two living dining rooms. Eat-in Kitchen-wood cabinets, Corian counters, 2 refrigerators and sink areas. Two oceanfront Master suites with full baths. 2 garages, 2 enclosed garageports. Boardwalk to Wide accreting beach. Heated pool, spa, tennis, clubhouse, exercise room.b3150 N Highway A1A #501 Je and Ginny Mitchell Cell: 772-202-9083 b r TREASURE COAST There are 14 fami en-US-en-US lies along the Treasure Coast who represent en-US the Gold Star community, and they can en-US recognize Memorial Day in a different way en-US than most others. For Linda Schumann en-US who lost her son in the Iraq War the events en-US of the day lead to a somber remembrance of en-US Specialist Jordan Schumann. But her memen-US -en-US bership in the Gold Star community helps en-US motivate her to remind people about the en-US sacrifices of all those killed in action.en-US Spc. Schumann, was killed on July 5, 2011 en-US in Paktya Province, Afghanistan at only 24 en-US years old when the vehicle he was driving en-US was sent to assist another squad and was hit en-US was hit by a roadside bomb. Spc. Schumann en-US was a native Port St. Lucie man who graduen-US -en-US ated from St. Lucie West Centennial High en-US School in 2006. en-US He was born-and-raised here and he was en-US a community kid; everybody knew him so en-US everybody showed up and it was standen-US -en-US ing-room-only at Westside, Mrs. Schumann en-US said. It was heart-wrenching, but I was so en-US proud of the outpouring that came out for en-US him.en-US Mrs. Schumann is the new president of en-US the Indian River/St. Lucie County Gold Star en-US Mothers, which opened in February. She en-US will be attending the Memorial Day event in en-US Vero Beach at Veterans Memorial Island en-US Sanctuary which is located at 3001 Riveren-US -en-US side Drive at 9 a.m., on Monday, May 28.en-US We try to get to the different ones en-US (Memorial Day celebrations) and Im glad en-US everybody is trying to put something en-US together, she said. I think people underen-US -en-US stand that its not a happy holiday, where en-US everybody shoots off fireworks and has a en-US big picnic; its more of a solemn-type thing.en-US Mrs. Schumann said its imperative that en-US people know that their freedom isnt free, en-US and she still has a son Jason Schumann en-US who is serving as a US Army military en-US policeman and is four years from retireen-US-en-US ment, as do so many Treasure Coast famien-US-en-US lies. These families, she added, also have a en-US full understanding that their loved-ones are en-US in daily danger. en-US You take a whole different look when en-US you have kids that are serving, you look at it en-US one way, she said. But when you lose one, en-US its like a panoramic view because you see en-US the whole picture. Memorial Day is probaen-US-en-US bly the most sacred veterans holiday for us, en-US because it is a time to thank those who have en-US given their lives while serving the country en-US so everybody can do what theyre doing en-US whatever that may be.en-US Gold Star families have regular get-toen-US -en-US gethers and they offer each other support. en-US But they also visit people and try to ensure en-US the sacrifices of their relatives are not foren-US -en-US gotten.en-US Its just a constant education, and thats en-US what the Gold Star Mothers are all about is en-US educating, Mrs. Schumann said. A lot of us en-US didnt have a clue what it was to be a Gold en-US Star Parent until we became one.en-US Its not one of those clubs that anybody en-US want to belong in; this was a very hard club en-US to get into and its a daily reminder. We give en-US back to keep our boys alive in memory.en-US For more information about Gold Star en-US families on the Treasure Coast, please visit en-US Star Mothers remember Memorial Dayen-USBy Gaylon en-USSpc. Schumann en-GBa.m. in the community room located in the en-GB main building of the Garber Buick GMC en-GB dealership, 5255 U.S. 1, Fort Pierce. Please en-GB park in the rear parking lot of the dealership en-GB complex. en-GB For more information, please email en-GB en-USSUNDAY, MAY 27en-US en-US Scrub Specialist Hike:en-US 4-5:30 p.m., en-US Indrio Scrub Preserve, 4100 Old Dixie en-US Highway, Fort Pierce. Have you ever en-US wondered how some animals could survive en-US in some of the harshest environments? The en-US scrub is much like a desert and the en-US creatures here have many adaptations for en-US survival. Let us introduce you to a small and en-US mighty preserve full of life on this short en-US afternoon walk.en-GB en-US Free, public is welcome; en-US however, reservations are required as space en-US is limited. en-GB For more information or to register, en-GB call (772) 462-2526, email en-GB slchikes@en-GB en-GB or visit en-GB en-USMONDAY, MAY 28en-US en-US Fairwinds offers veterans free golf on en-US Memorial Day:en-US For the third consecutive en-US year, Fairwinds Golf Course, 4400 Fairwinds en-US Drive, Fort Pierce, is saluting Veterans this en-US Memorial Day, Monday, May 28 with a free en-US round of golf to all of those who have served en-US in the military. Active and/or retired military en-US personnel can enjoy a free round of golf on en-US Memorial Day at this 18-hole public course en-US designed by Jim Fazio. en-USFor additional details en-US or to make a reservation visiten-US www.en-US en-US or call (772) 462-4653.en-US en-US Memorial Day Remembrance & Picnic:en-US en-US 1-6 p.m., American Legion Post 318, 1000 en-US Savanna Club Blvd., Port St. Lucie. en-USTUESDAY, MAY 29en-US en-US League of Women Voters of St. Lucie en-US County general meeting:en-US 6 p.m., Friendly's, en-US Seeen-US en-US CALENDARen-US, page 7en-USCalendaren-USFrom page 2


en-US 4 Treasuring Life | To learn more, visit or call 866.999.4550 expanded family of services, including palliative care, pediatric care and grief support, to better meet the needs of our community.Treasure Coast Hospice Has Grown to Become Treasure Health! Licensed since 1982 Treasuring Life | To learn more, visit or call 866.999.4550 expanded family of services, including palliative care, pediatric care and grief support, to better meet the needs of our community.Treasure Coast Hospice Has Grown to Become Treasure Health! Licensed since 1982 Westwood HS and Sebastian River HS en-USfaced off at their spring game at Lawnen-USwood Stadium.   The event featured a en-USpre-game ceremony in which the team en-US retired Macks football jersey No. 32. en-US Westwood won the contest with a score en-US of 27-7. en-USPhoto courtesy of MaryAnn Ketchamen-USFar left: Willie Lewis gets a gain of 35 yards for a en-US Panther first down before being tackled by John en-US Butler of the Sebastian River Sharks.   en-USCenter: Quarterback Coy Gray executes a pass en-US play.   en-USAbove: Panther quarterback Coy Gray runs the en-US ball under the watchful eyes of Drew Perry and en-US Logan Spencer of the Sharks.en-USSpring football


en-US 5 en-USFort Pierce Police Departmenten-USMilaude Clerjeaux, 36, 907 N. 23en-US rden-US St., Fort en-US Pierce, aggravated battery where the person en-US uses a deadly weapon.en-US Norris Troutman, 24, 111 Hilton Drive, Fort en-US Pierce, battery on a law enforcement officer, en-US firefighter or EMT.en-US William Parry, 23, 213-C N. 27en-US then-US St., Fort en-US Pierce, arrested on a felony probation violation.en-US Edward Curley, 51, 278 S.W. Statler Ave., en-US Port St. Lucie, arrested on an active St. Lucie en-US County felony warrant on a violation of probaen-US-en-US tion for forgery, uttering a forged instrument en-US and dealing in stolen property.en-US Hawk DeRuise, 20, 601 S. 2en-US nden-US St., Fort en-US Pierce, lewd or lascivious behavior with a vicen-US -en-US tim between the ages of 12 and 16.en-USPort St. Lucie Police en-US Departmenten-USMary Christov, 73, 650 N.E. Little Kayak en-US Point, Port St. Lucie, larceny grand theft of en-US more than $300 but less than $5,000.en-US Bernard Alexis, 18, address withheld, Port St. en-US Lucie, aggravated battery with a deadly weapen-US -en-US on without the intent to kill.en-US Kimberly Love, 28, 621-LWR B 3en-US rden-US St., West en-US Palm Beach, larceny grand theft of more than en-US $300 but less than $5,000.en-US Takeria Peoples, 33, 824 6en-US then-US St., West Palm en-US Beach, larceny grand theft of more than $300 en-US but less than $5,000.en-USSt. Lucie County Sheriffs en-US Officeen-USCody Minzit, 24, 4512 Whispering Pines en-US Lane, Fort Pierce, arrested on an outstanding en-US St. Lucie County felony warrant for sexual en-US activity with a minor.en-US Darrell Brunson, 35, 815 S. 13en-US then-US St., Fort en-US Pierce, arrested on a St. Lucie County felony en-US bench warrant for possession of cocaine.en-US Damon Martin, 23, 429 N. 15en-US then-US St., Fort en-US Pierce, arrested on an out-of-county (Martin) en-US felony warrant as a violent felony offender on a en-US violation of probation for burglary of a dwelling, en-US providing false information to a pawnbroker en-US and dealing in stolen property.en-US James Mann, 24, 511 S. 8en-US then-US St., Fort Pierce, en-US arrested on a St. Lucie County felony warrant en-US for criminal mischief of $1,000 or more.en-US Wladimir Villacis, 51, 703 Grand Club Place, en-US Fort Pierce, arrested on two active out-of-counen-US -en-US ty (Osceola) felony warrants for fraud obtainen-US -en-US ing property of less than $2000.en-US Darian Coffe, 23, 1209 N. 29en-US then-US St., Fort en-US Pierce, arrested on an outstanding St. Lucie en-US County felony warrant on a violation of probaen-US-en-US tion for providing false information to a pawnen-US-en-US broker, trafficking in stolen property and properen-US-en-US ty trespass.en-US Hillary Williams, 25, 732 46en-US then-US St., West Palm en-US Beach, arrested on an outstanding St. Lucie en-US County felony warrant for felony retail theft in en-US concert with others.en-US Devon Garcia, 22, 638 S.E. Evergreen Terr., en-US Port St. Lucie, arrested on an outstanding St. en-US Lucie County felony warrant for aggravated en-US battery on a pregnant person and an outstanden-US-en-US ing court order termination of pretrial detention.en-US Patrick McFadden, 57, 224 Brazilian Cir., en-US Port St. Lucie, possession of a controlled suben-US -en-US stance without a prescription.en-US Christina Bierman, 42, 4161 Lebanon Road, en-US Fort Pierce, arrested on an outstanding St. en-US Lucie County felony warrant on an order for teren-US -en-US mination of pretrial supervision for possession en-US of a controlled substance without a prescripen-US -en-US tion.en-US Durelle Johnson, 52, 1204 Avenue G, Fort en-US Pierce, driving with a suspended license for the en-US third or subsequent offense.en-US Christopher Verdadero, 34, 1005-FT Sunrise en-US Blvd., Fort Pierce, arrested on a felony violation en-US of pretrial detention.en-US Javier Rodriguez, 32, 512 Bayberry Drive, en-US West Palm Beach, arrested on an outstanding en-US out-of-county felony warrant for an organized en-US scheme to defraud for less than $20,000.en-US Julius Johnson, 36, 5050 N. 13en-US then-US St., Fort en-US Pierce, arrested on an outstanding St. Lucie en-US County felony warrant for burglary of a conveyen-US-en-US ance.en-US Christopher Blount, 24, 2510 Rolyat St., Fort en-US Pierce, arrested on an active St. Lucie County en-US felony warrant.en-US Kristina Petrosky, 47, 509-A S. 8en-US then-US St., Fort en-US Pierce, possession of cocaine.en-US Shellee Ross, 32, 5541 S.W. 36 en-USthen-US Hollyen-US -en-US wood, arrested on an outstanding St. Lucie en-US County felony warrant for felony petit theft.en-US Hector Negron, 36, 2701 S.E. Geneva Ave., en-US Port St. Lucie, arrested on an outstanding St. en-US Lucie County felony warrant for felony battery en-US with a prior conviction.en-US Ryan Merritt, 29, 1757 S.W. Cameo Blvd., en-US Port St. Lucie, arrested on an outstanding St. en-US Lucie county felony warrant on a violation of en-US probation for possession of heroin of less than en-US 10 grams, possession of buprenorphine and en-US possession of oxycodone.en-US Dontavious Adger, 31, 2808 Navajo Ave., en-US Fort Pierce, arrested on an outstanding St. en-US Lucie County felony warrant on a violation of en-US probation for driving with a suspended license.en-US Julio Cuervo, 58, 5705 Spanish River Road, en-US Fort Pierce, arrested on an active St. Lucie en-US County felony warrant.en-US Alejandro Ramirez-Frias, 48, 8832 N.W. en-US 22en-US nden-US Place, Miami, unarmed burglary of an en-US unoccupied structure, larceny of more than en-US $20,000 but less than $100,000 in a state of en-US emergency and possession of burglary tools en-US with the intent to use them.en-US Danilo Ramirez-Frias, 29, 1335 W. 49en-US then-US en-US Place, Miami, unarmed burglary of an unoccuen-US -en-US pied structure, larceny of more than $20,000 en-US but less than $100,000 in a state of emergency en-US and possession of burglary tools with the intent en-US to use them.en-US Michel Perez, 33, 2055-5 Bright Drive, Hialeen-US -en-US ah, unarmed burglary of an unoccupied strucen-US -en-US ture, larceny of more than $20,000 but less en-US than $100,000 in a state of emergency and en-US possession of burglary tools with the intent to en-US use them.en-US Scott Calhoun, 48, 4909 Paleo Pines Cir., en-US Fort Pierce, smuggling contraband into a en-US detention facility, obscene communications en-US with an in-state person with the electronic en-US transmission of child pornography and obscene en-US communication by compiling and entering child en-US pornography into a computer.en-US Timothy Jarmon, 30, 7243-423 Woodhill Park en-US Drive, Orlando, arrested on an outstanding felen-US -en-US ony warrant for retail theft in concert with others en-US for $3,000 or more.en-US Dekevious Rogers, 20, 3109-B Mura Drive, 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. 480 N. 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en-USVIEWPOINTen-USFRIDAY, MAY 25, 2018 en-US FORT PIERCEen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSSLC.COM PAGE 6en-USRantsen-US & en-USRaves Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 5059 Turnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2018, 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 Don Hornbeck ..................................... Regional Circulation Manager Flora Wilkerson ................................... Circulation Administrator Robin Bevilacqua ................................ Human Resources Annita Ferrante ................................... Account Receivable Amanda Wheaton .............................. Credit & Collections Kathy Young ........................................ Major/Natl. Accounts Manager Julie Cleveland ..................................... 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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-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-USInternet services as a en-US utility to keep costs downen-USI would like to reply to the question in en-US Rants and Raves from May 11, 2018. The en-US writer asked why internet services are not en-US offered as a utility at lower cost to users. en-US The answer is very simple. The giant coren-US -en-US porations which control the internet DON'T en-US WANT people to have better service at en-US lower cost, and they spend a lot of the en-US money that they make from their customers en-US PAYING lawmakers to pass laws to keep en-US their profits rolling in.en-US Internet as a utility is blocked or outlawed en-US in TWENTY States, and most of which are en-US controlled by Republican legislatures and en-US Governors, including Florida. These state en-US laws are developed under extreme pressure en-US from the giant telecom corporations, which en-US spend tens of millions of dollars each year to en-US block cheap internet for all. en-US Here is what the website BroadBandNow.en-US com says about Florida: "Florida is a tough en-US place to start a municipal network for two en-US primary reasons: excessive taxes on municien-US -en-US pal broadband projects and extreme vetting en-US requirements that make it difficult for projen-US-en-US ects to get approved. Florida is one of the en-US only states that levies unique, specific ad en-US valorum taxes on municipal providers. en-US Municipal broadband projects are also en-US required to recoup investment within four en-US years, which is virtually impossible for neten-US-en-US works in the infrastructure-starved areas en-US that can benefit from public broadband the en-US most."en-US Also, the Republican-controlled Federal en-US Communications Commission (FCC) en-US under guidance from the new Republican en-US President, recently eliminated the regulaen-US -en-US tions for Net Neutrality which kept costs en-US lower for consumers. These regulations en-US were strongly defended by President Obama en-US during his Presidency but no one underen-US -en-US stood what he was fighting for until it was en-US too late. Now they are gone and costs will en-US keep going up.en-US Republicans in Congress also recently en-US passed a law which allows internet providers en-US to SELL your personal information which en-US they collect WITHOUT your consent, to en-US make even more money, which they can en-US then use to pressure legislators to give them en-US laws that make them even richer at your en-US expense.en-US It is vital that every American understand en-US that their Legislators in their state and their en-US Representatives in Washington MUST be en-US watched very closely and must HEAR what en-US the people WANT them to do. If they do en-US not vote for laws that you WANT, then you en-US must be prepared to vote for someone else en-US who will. Then you must keep a close eye on en-US the PROMISES they make and what they en-US ACTUALLY do when they get into office.en-US A quick footnote: most European counen-US -en-US tries offer government provided internet en-US service, (cable TV, data, 5G cellphone and en-US high-speed internet) for about $40 per en-US month!en-US America is STILL a democracy, but only if en-US We the People WANT to keep it that way!en-USOverdosed on spamen-USIs there someone out there who can tell en-US me how to get rid of spam?en-US I am so sick and tired of delete, delete, en-US delete. It arrives in my spam folder and also en-US in my regular account. The spam messages en-US are mixed in with my friends' messages. en-US Lately, it's not bad enough I get one spam en-US message from a sender, but they come in en-US two or three at a time from the same sender. en-US I can't even ask to be taken off their address en-US list, because there is nowhere to send that en-US request. en-US We all get a certain amount of time here en-US on Earth, and it just amazes me that people en-US can waste that time by being spammers. It's en-US as bad a telemarketers. I just want it gone.en-USPhoto courtesy of MaryAnn Ketchamen-USWestwood HS and Sebastian River HS faced off at their spring game at Lawnwood Stadium.   The e vent featured a pre-game cere en-US-en-US mony in which the team retired Macks football jersey No. 32. en-US Westwood won the contest with a score of 27-7. Here, Westwoods en-US Tremayne Price runs the ball in for a touchdown! Vero Beach HS Football en-USThe 2017 Vero Beach Fighting Indians en-US football team is a talented team. They will en-US win many games. However, these are not en-US our boys. Many of the players in key posien-US -en-US tions are there either because they are a en-US coachs son or they have transferred in to en-US play football. And this starts right at the top. en-US These are not kids that we watched en-US mature and hone their skills in IRC Rec en-US league. These are not the players who have en-US earned their spot through excelling on the en-US Freshmen and JV teams over the years. en-US These are kids that have no history in this en-US community. They have no ties to this comen-US -en-US munity in the future. They will play and en-US leave back to Port St. Lucie, Fort Pierce, and en-US Sebastian when the year is over. en-US Many of our 3 year players have hung up en-US their cleats this year because of the nepoen-US -en-US tism and favoritism shown with this teams en-US leadership. And dont dare question the sysen-US -en-US tem. If you do your son will be forced off en-US the team one way or another. I could give en-US you several examples of this. I still have a kid en-US in the athletics system so for his sake I keep en-US quiet for now. en-US So if you attend these games be advised en-US these are not the players of old who grew up en-US here, schooled here, and let the hardest en-US working, best man play kids. These are the en-US ones who transferred in to get the best en-US opportunity for themselves and these are en-US the ones lucky enough to have a daddy en-US coaching. There are still a few who are four en-US year players who have earned their spot and en-US not had a Johnny Come Lately come take his en-US spot. I root for those guys. I mourn for the en-US other players who got an opportunity en-US unjustly taken from them.en-USMartin County Golf Courseen-USFor the life of I do not understand why en-US the proposed plan for the new clubhouse en-US includes moving the cart barn from where it en-US it currently located to the lower level of the en-US proposed clubhouse. The current cart storen-US -en-US age structure can not be more than 10 years en-US old. There appears to be nothing wrong with en-US the structure. It works, why throw it away en-US and spend more money? I also don't underen-US -en-US stand the desire for someone to see the road en-US from the driving range. When I use the en-US range, I want some privacy. The range is fine en-US and the practice chipping /sand trap is ok.en-US The size of the clubhouse should be deteren-US -en-US mined by projected use. Will it include a en-US bar? Will it include lockers for the men and en-US women like the original structure? Have it en-US determined by projected/realistic use and en-US with professional help. I have played the en-US course for over 13 years. When I started to en-US play there, it was a gem. it was very difficult en-US to get tee times. The course now needs help. en-US The grass on the greens are a mystery. I do en-US not know if it the wrong grass or cut too en-US long. If done correctly, the course will again en-US be a tourist attraction. en-USPanthers defeat Sharks


en-US 7 St. Lucie Public Schools Soared from 45th to 5th in Graduation Ranking since 2015 St. Lucie Public Schools Highest Ranking District on Floridas Treasure Coast with 90.1% Grad Rate 38 Career and Technical Education Programs Paving Innovative Pathways to Success Meet Sake en-USIm the cat of your dreams. Im short dark and handsome and en-US ready to love only you. Ive been a house cat for all my 5 years and en-US I need a new home as soon as possible. Im smart, playful, and I en-US have excellent manners. What more could you want? My adoption en-US fee has been paid by a Guardian Angel-so take me home! Meet en-US Sake at Dogs and Cats Forever in Fort Pierce.en-USLooking for a home en-USFort Pierce, arrested on a felony warrant on a en-US violation of probation for battery.en-US Nathaniel Allen, 34, 1360-D Carlton Court, en-US Fort Pierce, arrested on an active St. Lucie en-US County felony warrant on an order revoking en-US pretrial release for a new arrest.en-US Tamatha Hatfield, 43, 567 S.E. Ocean Spray en-US Ter., Port St. Lucie, driving with a suspended en-US license for the third or subsequent offense.en-US Ilysia Thomas, 28, 8002 James Road, Fort en-US Pierce, arrested on an active felony warrant on en-US a violation of probation.en-USCrimeen-USFrom page 5 en-US230 N.W. Peacock Blvd., St. Lucie West. The en-US League of Women Voters of Florida, a en-US nonpartisan political organization, en-US encourages informed and active en-US participation in government, works to en-US increase understanding of major public en-US policy issues, and influences public policy en-US through education and advocacy. en-US For more en-US information visit en-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 en-US or en-US email 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.en-USTHURSDAY, MAY 31en-GB en-GB Diabetes class:en-GB 10-11 a.m., Zora Neale en-GB Hurston Branch Library, 3008 Avenue D, en-GB Fort Pierce. Free class on diabetes for people en-GB who have just been diagnosed as well as for en-GB people who have had diabetes for years but en-GB may have difficulty managing it. en-GBFor more en-GB information, call educator Noreen Williams en-GB at (321) 615-1901.en-USFRIDAY, JUNE 1en-US en-US Safe Summer Kick Off Party:en-US 5:30-7:30 en-US p.m., Lincoln Park Pool, 1311 Avenue M, Fort en-US Pierce. Featuring games, prizes, safety en-US demonstrations, swim lesson registration en-US and more; this event is a great way to en-US celebrate the opening of St. Lucie Countys en-US public pools. The other St. Lucie County en-US public pools are: Lakewood Park Pool, 5990 en-US Emerson Ave., Fort Pierce, and Ravenswood en-US Pool, 400 Ravenswood Lane, Port St. Lucie. en-US For more information, call (772) 871-2183 en-US or visit en-US, JUNE 2en-US en-US Hiking 101:en-US 8:30-10 a.m., Richard E. en-US Becker Preserve, 3398 Selvitz Road, Fort en-US Pierce. Celebrate National Trails Day on an en-US exceptionally beautiful St. Lucie County trail. en-US Learn the ins and outs of hiking, proper trail en-USCalendaren-USFrom page 3en-US Seeen-US en-US CALENDARen-US, page 10


en-US 8 en-USClean power is critical for your computeren-USLen-USets talk about power. Not the kind of en-US pen-USower that we usually think of when en-US we think of computers and power. I en-US dont mean processor power measured in en-US gigahertz or anything like that. Lets talk en-US about the power that your computer en-US needs to run. Good, old-fashioned AC en-US power all computers need it to function, en-US but not many people understand just how en-US critical clean power is for the proper en-US operation of a machine. en-US The power we get raw out of the wall en-US can fluctuate, sometimes wildly, due to en-US any number of environmental issues en-US from thousands of users suddenly kicking en-US on their air conditioning all at the same en-US time to solar flares causing glitches in the en-US power grid. In order to clean up power, en-US its recommended to plug a surge suppresen-US -en-US sor into your wall outlet and then plug en-US your computer equipment into that. But en-US what does that do? How does that help en-US ensure that your machine is getting that en-US squeaky clean power that it needs? en-US Well, surge suppressors are devices that en-US are designed to clean up the normal en-US fluctuations in power that is common on en-US all power grids by keeping the voltage at a en-US constant cycle. The surge suppressor will en-US clip off any spikes in the voltage that en-US could cause damage to sensitive hardware en-US in your computer, but there are some en-US things that your average surge suppressor en-US cant do anything about. en-US For instance, if the voltage drops due to en-US a brown out, your surge suppressor cant en-US really do anything about that (its an en-US under-voltage situation, not an en-US over-voltage or surge) and if you take en-US a direct hit from a lightning strike, forget en-US about it; all bets are off. A lightning strike en-US has so much power behind it (think en-US hotter than the sun) that it usually flows en-US right through your average surge suppresen-US -en-US sor, toasting everything in its path, en-US including the surge suppressor itself! en-US Many people are really surprised to learn en-US after suffering from a lightning strike that en-US their surge suppressor did nothing to en-US protect their equipment. The mistake here en-US is that people think of lightning as just en-US another surge in power, and the surge en-US suppressor is there to handle surges. en-US Unfortunately thats not entirely the case. en-US For a direct lightning strike, there is not en-US much available to protect equipment save en-US unplugging all your equipment during a en-US storm. And with the frequency of storms en-US that we get around here, thats not always en-US practical. en-US OK, so that covers lightning, but what en-US about a brown out? A brown out is a en-US phenomenon that is just the opposite of en-US the surge. When everyone suddenly kicks en-US on their AC and all the lights go dim for a en-US few seconds or even minutes, that lower en-US voltage can often cause machines to act en-US squirrelly. But since its a low voltage en-US situation instead of a en-US surge in voltage, en-US most of your basic en-US surge suppressors en-US are unable to supply en-US the extra power to en-US keep it at the proper en-US levels for your en-US computer. en-US And then there are en-US the outright power en-US outages that can last en-US for seconds, minutes en-US and even hours. For en-US these kinds of power en-US conditions, the best en-US thing you can add to en-US your system is an en-US Uninterruptible en-US Power Supply (also en-US known as a UPS or en-US Battery Backup.) en-US Most battery backup systems come en-US equipped with surge suppressor circuitry en-US so you get the best of both worlds; you get en-US the benefit of clipping over voltage spikes en-US from your system, and you get a constant en-US flow of balanced electricity regardless of en-US whether the power coming from the wall en-US drops due to a brown out or cuts out en-US altogether.en-US The thing to keep in mind about UPS en-US systems is that they are not designed to en-US allow you to keep working through a en-US power outage; they are there to allow you en-US just enough time to save your work and en-US do a controlled and proper shutdown of en-US your system rather than having the en-US system just drop out on you. en-US In a nutshell, the least desirable way to en-US set up your computer equipment is to just en-US plug everything right into the wall. The en-US next best thing is to plug your equipment en-US into a surge suppressor of some type; that en-US way you at least have a way to clean any en-US normal spikes from your power. en-US The best solution is to get a UPS and en-US plug your monitor and tower alone into it. en-US That protects you from spikes and en-US brownouts and full-blown power outages.en-US Sean McCarthy fixes computers. He can en-US be reached at 888-752-9049 or en-US help@en-US en-US (no hyphens). COMPUTE THIS en-USSEAN MCCARTHY en-USasked him to repeat his reasoning behind en-US that during the latest hearing. en-US This is actually a federal preemption, en-US the Telecommunications Act of 1996, Mr. en-US Resnick said. State and local government en-US regulations on the placement of personal en-US wireless service facilities on the basis of en-US the environmental effects of radio freen-US -en-US quency emissions, to the extent that such en-US facilities comply with FCC regulations en-US concerning such emissions, are expressly en-US preempted. You do not have authority to en-US address the health effects of radio frequenen-US -en-US cy emissions that may be emanating from en-US these facilities.en-US The Commission placed a moratorium en-US on wireless facilities almost a year ago in en-US order to have time to develop its new ordien-US -en-US nance, and County Attorney Dan McInen-US-en-US tyre warmed commissioners not to let it en-US expire.en-US As I indicated at the last meeting, the en-US state has adopted what they call the Bert J. en-US Harris Jr. Private Property Rights Protecen-US-en-US tion Act, he said. It does allow for temen-US -en-US porary regulations, but if those regulations en-US exceed one year, then youre subject potenen-US-en-US tially to litigation.en-US Mr. Resnick concurred, saying he had en-US represented the City of Tampa after it was en-US sued by the Cellular Telecommunications en-US Industry Association over an even shorter en-US moratorium.en-US Their moratorium was only for 90 en-US days, and yet the wireless association sued en-US the city, claiming it was a violation of the en-US Telecommunications Act, he said. There en-US was no decision by the court; the city en-US adopted their ordinance and so they en-US dismissed their case voluntarily before en-US there was a decision.en-US Those warnings failed to persuade the en-US five members of the public opposed to the en-US proposed amendment, with most asking en-US the Commission to follow the lead of en-US Maryland and Texas communities holding en-US on to their moratoriums and taking their en-US chances in court. Fort Pierce resident Shiren-US -en-US ley Jackson said she was at her wits end.en-US I am honestly filled with both despair en-US and outrage about how the wireless indusen-US -en-US trys unconscionable and perverse plans en-US could win out over common sense, she en-US said. We are allowing a virtually unreguen-US -en-US lated industry to expose our entire popuen-US -en-US lation to radio frequency microwaves and en-US millimeter wave transmissions for 24 en-US hours a day, seven days a week. This is liten-US-en-US erally -not metaphorically -a huge en-US human experiment. Passing these ordien-US-en-US nances will allow this heinous tsunami of en-US electric magnet radiation to rain down on en-US your citizens without protest. en-US Sherry Anchor of Port St. Lucie comen-US-en-US pared the 5G health debate to the years of en-US hearings on Capitol Hill with tobacco en-US industry representatives insisting lung en-US cancer was unrelated to smoking cigaen-US -en-US rettes. en-US The telecommunications industry is en-US doing that right now, she said. They are en-US saying everything is fine, and they have en-US funded the science [to prove it]. All the en-US radiation is pulsed, its not normal, its not en-US natural. We do know that a large proporen-US -en-US tion of non-industry-related science en-US shows harm. The National Toxicology en-US Program has just linked glioblastoma and en-US schwannoma with exposure to the radiaen-US -en-US tion that comes from cell phones.en-US Martin County resident Paul Laura en-US addressed the Commission in both hearen-US -en-US ings and pleaded with commissioners to en-US join the resistance begun by other municien-US-en-US palities on the issue, particularly since he en-US said St. Lucie County already had an en-US unresolved cancer cluster of glioblastoma.en-US Your responsibility is to ferret out en-US issues of any new technology and safeen-US -en-US guard citizens, he said. Other counties en-US plan to delay implementing, either as a en-US protest for home rule, a lack of sufficient en-US state regulation or concern over the safety en-US related issues surrounding this technoloen-US -en-US gy. The position by your legal group tends, en-US in my opinion, to be conservative. I sugen-US-en-US gest you consider the blowback if the en-US health issues we have been discussing over en-US the last weeks are realized. You will potenen-US-en-US tially have lawsuits by the local populace en-US because you did not take their health conen-US -en-US cerns into account.en-US Commissioner Dzadvosky, who ultien-US-en-US mately made the motion to accept staff en-US recommendation to approve the ordien-US-en-US nance, believes the wireless industry itself en-US would have to pay for such lawsuits in the en-US final outcome. en-USI truly understand the passion of those en-US conversations, but this Board has to conen-US -en-US sider the taxpayers, he said. I feel your en-US passion, your emotion, but this one has en-US got me in deep anguish and anger, and my en-US job is to protect the taxpayers at all costs. en-US Because of the federal components of preen-US -en-US emption, it really puts us in a bad place.en-US en-US Commissioner Cathy Townsend echoed en-US Commissioner Dzadvoskys comments en-US and said the residents needed to take their en-US protest to the state and federal level as en-US well. en-US Im not happy with this, but unfortuen-US-en-US nately Im going to have to vote for it en-US because I cannot extend the moratorium en-US or open you up to a lawsuit that I know en-US were going to lose, she said. They have en-US more money to fight than we do in our en-US budget to run this community. Its so en-US important for you to reach out to the peoen-US -en-US ple that are running at a higher level en-US because right now were under attack -en-US theyre trying to take away home rule.en-US Commissioner Linda Bartz seconded en-US Commissioner Dzadvoskys motion and en-US also encouraged those in attendance to en-US keep up the fight.en-US You guys have all come a long way, and en-US I think our relationships have come a long en-US way, and there has been understanding on en-US both sides, she said. Im going to tell you en-US dont stop here. As it has been said over en-US and over again, this is not the level that en-US can make the changes that you need and en-US want.en-US Before calling for the vote, Chairwoman en-US Frannie Hutchinson asked Mr. Resnick to en-US reiterate his comments from May 1 that en-US residents did not have to fear an invasion en-US of 5G any time soon.en-US G does not exist currently, he conen-US -en-US firmed. The actual standards for impleen-US -en-US menting 5G do not exist from a technoloen-US -en-US gy standpoint. The industry is in the en-US process of developing it; there are some en-US tests that some industry members have en-US announced and are beginning to do, but as en-US a whole, the industry is not using 5G, and en-US its not commercially available.en-USOrdinanceen-USFrom page 1


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Not all have been quite to en-US successful. The latest endeavor is Shoten-US -en-US makers, sponsored by Top Golf. en-US The show was filmed over a very cold en-US weekend at Top Golf in Las Vegas. The en-US nearest Top Golf to us in in Orlando, on en-US Universal Boulevard. The idea behind Top en-US Golf is to provide an entertainment en-US atmosphere where golfers hit from climate en-US controlled bays at targets on the range. en-US Points are given for targets hit and the en-US winner is the one with the highest score. en-US Think bowling, but for golf.en-US Back to the show. Shotmakers is a new en-US competition where precision shot-making en-US meets strategy in a blend of golf, technoloen-US -en-US gy and entertainment. Teams consisted of en-US two golfers, one male, one female. en-US Most of the players for the series were en-US scratch golfers and players looking to get en-US onto a tour to compete professionally. en-US Many have played on mini-tours or in en-US other Golf Channel competitions. en-US I was intrigued and watched mainly en-US because Maurice Allen, one of the competien-US -en-US tors, is someone that I have met at a few en-US golf events. He is a 3-time World Long en-US Drive Champion and holds the record for en-US longest drive with a 3-wood.en-US The show has potential, but most fans en-US did not care for the show. Like too many en-US golf reality shows, the players just arent en-US that good. They can play better than you en-US and I, but watching them fold under a little en-US pressure or spend more time talking about en-US how good they are than backing it up, en-US wears thin very quickly.en-US I cannot tell you how many times I en-US watched the guys try to hit an 8-iron 175 en-US yards, only to come up short. If you are en-US truly this stubborn and your ego this large, en-US I can see why you are competing on a en-US television show, not a tour.en-US The highest points could be scored by en-US hitting a long drive into the net at the end en-US of the range and many players chose that en-US shot. Sadly, too often they missed the en-US 50-yard wide target that was only a little en-US over 200 yards away. en-US If the show should return for a second en-US season, Id love to see some changes to liven en-US things up. In most of the competitions, the en-US players got to pick what target they would en-US hit to and, in every instance, choose which en-US club to use. I want to change that.en-US You want the show to be about Shoten-US -en-US makers, then lets make it that. I want to en-US see a spinning wheel with the targets laid en-US out on them and another with 13-clubs. Let en-US the player spin the wheel to see what target en-US he or she must hit to. Then spin the other en-US to see what club must be used.en-US To mix it up, allow the players to pick en-US one or the other. They can choose a club, en-US but must then spin en-US to get the target or en-US vise-versa. I want to en-US see you making a en-US shot. Lets see you en-US hit a target 100 en-US yards away with a en-US 3-iron, or hooding en-US a 9-iron to make it en-US go 200 yards.en-US Another twist en-US would be when the en-US teams are playing en-US head-to-head, to en-US allow one team to en-US force the other to en-US either re-spin or en-US even select their en-US target for them. en-US Lets say Team 1 en-US spun and gets to hit en-US a wedge to the closest target. Their en-US competitors use their chance to force them en-US to either hit a different club at that target or en-US pick a different one.en-US I want to see shot making! I was always en-US intrigued to watch Seve Ballesteros hit en-US amazing shots with clubs no one else would en-US have thought of. Those are the shots I want en-US to see and that I think may keep viewers en-US interested.en-US The show is likely coming back for a en-US second season as there is a place on the en-US Golf Channel website to apply to be a en-US future contestant. en-US Heres hoping they switch a few things en-US up, or I will probably find another show to en-US watch those evenings. en-USCorrectionen-USA couple weeks ago, I misquoted Mark en-US Boyd, General Manager of St Lucie Trail. en-US His quote in my story on the new owners of en-US the course should have stated: If the en-US clubhouse was paid a little more attention en-US (by the previous owner), everyone would en-US have been thrilled. I mistakenly used the en-US word course instead of clubhouse. en-US Boyds plans are to take better advantage of en-US the clubhouse than the previous owners en-US did. The course, he stated, was kept in en-US fantastic shape. My apologies to Mark and en-US to St Lucie Trail. en-US James Stammer can be reached at en-US GOLF en-USJAMES STAMMER en-GBWant to keep up-to-date en-GB en-GB weekly on the events en-GB en-GB and news in your area?en-GBSign-up for our en-GB en-GB e-newsletter!en-GB en-GBSimply send an email to:en-GBnewsfp@hometownnewsol.comen-GB en-GB Writeen-GB NEWSLETTER en-GB in the subject line Around Your en-GBe-newsletter


en-US 10 en-USCity to host community meeting en-US to discuss future gateway en-US beautification projects en-USThe City of Fort Pierce invites the public en-US to participate in a community meeting to en-US discuss gateway beautification projects on en-US Wednesday, May 30 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at en-US the River Walk Center, 600 N. Indian River en-US Drive.en-US City staff would like to hear the thoughts en-US and ideas of our community regarding en-US future gateway beautification projects en-US including strategic locations and design eleen-US-en-US ments that will unify the entrances to the en-US City of Fort Pierce. The meeting will be an en-US open-house style with conversation stations en-US designed to help gather input. There will be en-US no formal presentation and participants are en-US encouraged to stop in at their convenience.en-US For more information, call (772) 467-en-US 3000.en-USLewis Library offers Make & Take en-US Crafts summer programen-USThe Paula A. Lewis Branch Library staff en-US want your children to be creative this sumen-US -en-US mer with a Make & Take Craft session on en-US the second Fridays of June and July at 2 p.m.en-US Most suited for ages 8 to 13, this free proen-US-en-US gram is limited to the first 30 students.en-US June 8: Create Your Own Summer Jouren-US -en-US nalen-US July 13: Corner Bookmarkersen-US Additionally, the Lewis Library offers the en-US Lil Makers area for ages 5-11, as a space to en-US imagine, create and make their own projen-US-en-US ects. Open during regular library hours, the en-US Lil Makers space allows parents and chilen-US -en-US dren to bring their own ideas, look through en-US our project books or check out the en-US kid-friendly do-it-yourself (DIY) materials.en-US Supplies will be provided for your DIY en-US crafts including paper plates, bags, craft en-US sticks, scrap book paper, felt, clothes pins, en-US colored markers and more.en-US The Paula A. Lewis Library is located at en-US 2950 S.W. Rosser Blvd., Port St. Lucie. For en-US more information, call (772) 871-5470, en-US email, or visit www.en-US Reading Challenge en-USThe St. Lucie County Library System en-US launches its Summer Reading Sensation en-US Challenge with a Carnival Kickoff Party on en-US Saturday, June 2 at 2 p.m. at four branch en-US libraries.en-US The Carnival Kickoff Party will feature en-US games, crafts, music and more, giving stuen-US -en-US dents the opportunity to pick up their readen-US -en-US ing logs for chances to win lots of prizes. en-US The Carnival Kickoff Party will take place en-US at:en-US Lakewood Park Branch, 7605 Santa Baren-US -en-US bara Drive, Fort Pierce (772) 462-6870en-US Morningside Branch, 2410 Morningside en-US Blvd., Port St. Lucie (772) 337-5632en-US Susan B. Kilmer Branch, 101 Melody en-US Lane, Fort Pierce (772) 462-1615en-US Zora Neale Hurston Branch, 3008 Aveen-US -en-US nue D, Fort Pierce (772) 462-2154en-US The Libraries Rock Summer Reading en-US Challenge takes place June 1 through Aug. 4 en-US offering students a chance to win a free Kinen-US -en-US dle Fire (one will be given out at each of the en-US seven branch libraries), as well as tickets to a en-US special St. Lucie Mets game.en-US Students in kindergarten through fifth en-US grade need to read at least 12 hours or 12 en-US books and bring their completed log to any en-US branch library. If they log 12 hours or 12 en-US books over the summer, theyll receive a en-US Reading Medal and a voucher for a pair of en-US St. Lucie Mets tickets. At six hours of readen-US -en-US ing (or six books) participants can bring en-US their log to any branch and receive a popular en-US youth book to keep.en-US Teens can also take part in the Summer en-US Reading Challenge. Young adults (grades en-US 6-12) need to read 16 books or for 16 hours en-US and tell us your favorite moment in each en-US book. When they turn in their completed en-US log, theyll be entered into their branchs en-US grand prize drawing.en-US New this year is the addition of two new en-US age groups: One for babies (My First Readen-US -en-US ing Log) and one for pre-school (Read to en-US Me), thanks to a grant from Baker & Taylor en-US in conjunction with the Association to en-US Library Service to Children.en-US The My First Reading Log is for newen-US -en-US borns to 2-year-olds. Parents fill out their en-US activity logs for documenting reading, writen-US-en-US ing, signing and talking. After six activities en-US are completed, bring your log to any branch en-US and receive a reward for your baby to keep. en-US After 12 activities are completed, bring the en-US log to any branch and receive a second en-US reward for your baby.en-US For the pre-school students, the Read to en-US Me Log is for ages 3 to 5. Again, parents help en-US their children fill out their activity logs for en-US documenting reading, writing, signing and en-US talking. After six activities are completed, en-US bring your log to any branch and receive a en-US reward for your baby to keep. After 12 activen-US-en-US ities are completed, bring the log to any en-US branch and receive a second reward for your en-US child.en-US Participants of all ages are encouraged to en-USattend the St. Lucie Mets Summer Reading en-US Baseball Night on Friday, Aug. 3 at First en-US Data Field in Port St. Lucie. Students can en-US wear their medals to the ballpark, run the en-US bases, get a chance to throw the first ball and en-US watch the game with other Major League en-US Readers!en-US The grand prize drawing for the Kindle en-US Fire will take place at each branch on Friday, en-US Aug. 10. Beginning June 1, student readers en-US are invited to stop into any branch library to en-US register and to pick up a reading log.en-US St. Lucie Countys Summer Reading Chalen-US -en-US lenge is sponsored Baker & Taylor, in conen-US -en-US junction with the Association to Library en-US Service to Children, the Friends of the en-US Library, the Childrens Services Council of en-US St. Lucie County and St. Lucie Mets.en-US In addition to the reading challenge, the en-US library will be hosting a variety of weekly en-US programs throughout the summer. A scheden-US -en-US ule of all programs, along with details about en-US the Summer Reading Challenge, can be en-US found on the St. Lucie County Library Sysen-US -en-US tem homepage, Summer Horse & Pony Camp At The Red Bucket Pony Farm Call Granny Pam (772) 828-1029500 E. Coker Rd., Ft. Pierce, FL 34945Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday June, July & AugustLicensed/Insured FULL DAY8 am 6 pm$ 40/DayHALF DAY8 am 1 pm$ 25/Day Have a summer camp? Advertise it in Hometown News! Reserve your space today! Call 1-800-823-0466 Just For Kids Summer Camps 2018 Get your child started in the Game of a en-USLifetime this summer at one of Fairwinds en-US Junior Golf Camps. Designed to be fun, en-US while incorporating solid golf fundamenen-US-en-US tals, the professionals at Fairwinds focus on en-US playing the game by getting the campers out en-US on the golf course.en-US Targeted at ages 5 to 16, students will en-US have the opportunity to learn:en-US FUNdamental skills full swing, putting, en-US chipping, pitching and bunker play;en-US Sportsmanship, etiquette, golf rules and en-US safety;en-US Fitness, coordination, stability, balance en-US and power.en-US Camps run June 4; June 11; August en-US 7 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and include en-US lunch. Optional nine holes of golf are availen-US -en-US able after each day at no additional charge. en-US Registration fee is $100. en-US Located at 4400 Fairwinds Drive off of en-US U.S. 1 in northern Fort Pierce, Fairwinds en-US Golf Course is an award-winning public en-US course managed by St. Lucie Countys Parks, en-US Recreation and Facilities Department.en-US For additional details, call (772) 462-4653 en-US or visit underway for Fairwinds Summer Campsen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsfp@hometownnewsol.comen-USCommunity notes en-USetiquette and cool tools that make your trek en-US even more enjoyable. As we hike, well be en-US picking up refuse and learning about Leave-en-US No-Trace principles. Free, public is welcome; en-US however, reservations are required as space en-US is limited. en-GB For more information or to register, en-GB call (772) 462-2526, email en-GB slchikes@en-GB en-GB or visit en-GB en-USMONDAY, JUNE 4 FRIDAY, JUNE 8en-GB en-GB Archery Adventure Summer Camp:en-GB For en-GB ages 10-15. Held June 4-8 from 9 a.m. to 3 en-GB p.m., Oxbow Eco-Center, 5400 N.E. St. James en-GB Drive, Port St. Lucie. Ready, aim, release! en-GB Archery builds strength, endurance and en-GB mental focus all while having fun. Campers en-GB will gain fundamental archery skills, play en-GB exciting games, and learn how archery can en-GB contribute to conservation. Fee is $175. en-GB Registration required: call (772) 785-5833 en-GB or visit en-GB, JUNE 5en-GB en-GB Free admission to the Aquarium: en-GB10 en-GB a.m. to 4 p.m., St. Lucie County Aquarium en-GB featuring the Smithsonian Marine Exhibit en-GB offers free admission on the first Tuesday en-GB of each month. The aquarium is located at en-GB 420 Seaway Drive, Fort Pierce. en-GB For more en-GB information, call (772) 462-3474 or visiten-GB en-GB en-US Writers Group:en-US First and third Tuesdays. en-US 1-3 p.m., Lakewood Park Branch Library, en-US 7605 Santa Barbara Drive, Fort Pierce. Get en-US together with other writers to read and en-US provide feedback on each others work at en-US this program, scheduled for the first and en-US third Tuesday of each month. en-US For more en-US information, call (772) 462-6870.en-USCalendaren-USFrom page 7


Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers! 4848 N. Kings Hwy Fort Pierce 772-460-6577Like us on Facebook @ kingsarcadefortpierce Come be our Kings & Queens! POT O GOLD Prizes BINGO NITES Tuesday & WednesdayComplimentary Snacks & Beverages Mon Thur Sunday Every 2 hours! Come in & Try your Luck To win Great Prizes! TREASURE CHEST ARIES March 21/April 20 en-USAries, thinking about the future is exciting, en-US and it may motivate you to make some changen-US -en-US es. Picturing the future helps you try different en-US scenarios on for size.en-USTAURUS April 21/May 21en-USTaurus, take some alone time to focus on en-US what is important to you. This will help you to en-US feel the joy and fulfillment that keeps you en-US going even when times are tough.en-USGEMINI May 22/June 21en-USGemini, this week you are in the mood to rise en-US above petty conflicts and mend fences. Set en-US aside time to speak one-on-one with those en-US who need forgiveness.en-USCANCER June 22/July 22en-USCancer, fun and physical activity attract you en-US this week, especially as you approach your en-US birthday. Surround yourself with loved ones en-US and enjoy some fun nights.en-USLEO July 23/Aug. 23en-USIt is alright to want to escape your daily rouen-US-en-US tine sometimes, Leo. If you are feeling resten-US -en-US less this week, plan a getaway so you can take en-US in new sights and sounds.en-USVIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22en-USVirgo, there is no need to worry about whether en-US or not you have been handling affairs deftly. en-US Others will be quick to vouch for your work if en-US called on.en-USLIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23en-USYour competitive nature might be needed this en-US week, Libra. Your confidence will be an asset en-US as you propel through tasks in record speed. en-US Slow down to catch your breath.en-USHoroscopes Out en-GB en-GB&en-GB en-GBabout en-GBFRIDAY, MAY 25 SATURDAY, MAY 26en-GB en-GB The Planets:'en-GB Hallstrom Planetarium, en-GB IRSC main campus, 3209 Virginia Ave., en-GB Fort Pierce. In a recorded narration, Kate en-GB Mulgrew (Captain Janeway of 'Star Trek: en-GB Voyager') takes us on a grand tour of the en-GB solar system. Explore the surfaces of Mars, en-GB the perils of the asteroid belt, the cold rings en-GB of stormy gas planets and the features of en-GB other solar systems. Show times are Friday en-GB at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., and Saturday at 1 en-GB p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $5. en-GB For more en-GB information, contact the IRSC box office at en-GB (772) 462-4750 or email en-GB, MAY 26en-GB en-GB Open Air Puppet Theater: 10:30 a.m., en-GBKilmer Branch Library, 101 Melody Lane, en-GB Fort Pierce. Free, most suited for ages 5-10. en-GB (Held in the children's activity room during en-GB hotter months.) Check out the collection of en-GB puppets that are available on loan. Parents en-GB and guardians are asked to stay with their en-GB children during these events. en-GB For more information, call (772) 462-2812, email,en-GB or visit en-GBhttp://library.en-GB en-GB Movie Matinee:en-GB Showing 'Paddington en-GB 2' at 2 p.m., Lewis Library, 2950 S.W. en-GB Rosser Blvd., Port St. Lucie. Running time en-GB of 103 minutes; rated PG. Free. en-GBFor more en-GB information, call (772) 871-5470, email en-GB, en-GB or visit en-GB www.stlucieco.en-GB gov/library.en-GB en-GB Kids Space Sky Show for Young en-GB Astronomers:en-GB 11 a.m., Hallstrom en-GB Planetarium, IRSC main campus, 3209 en-GB Virginia Ave., Fort Pierce. Learn about the en-GB stars, constellations, moon, planets, and en-GB the exploration of outer space. All children en-GB must be accompanied by an adult. en-GB For more en-GB information, contact the IRSC box office at en-GB (772) 462-4750 or visiten-GB, MAY 28en-US en-US Memorial Day Service:en-US 10 a.m., en-US Veterans Memorial Park, 2100 S.E. Veterans en-US Memorial Parkway, Port St. Lucie. The United en-US Veterans of Port St. Lucie will provide a en-US moving tribute. Limited seating is available; en-US bringing a lawn chair is suggested. The event en-US will start promptly at 10 a.m. and is free to en-US the public. All ages are welcome. en-US Call (772) en-US 878-2277 for more informationen-GBTUESDAY, MAY 29en-GB en-GB Tuesday Night Jazz Jam:en-GB Presented en-GB by the Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society en-GB from 7-10 p.m. at the Black Box at Sunrise en-GB Theatre, 117 S. Second Street, Fort Pierce. en-GB Sit-in participation welcome. en-GBCall (772) 460-en-GB 5299 or visit en-GB Seeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 13en-US Seeen-US en-US SCOPESen-US, page 15en-USDining en-US &en-US Entertainmenten-USFRIDAY, MAY 25, 2018 en-US FORT PIERCEen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSSLC.COM PAGE 11en-USTREASURE COAST While many peoen-US -en-US ple treat Memorial Day as a sales opportunien-US -en-US ty or three-day vacation, its actually a solen-US -en-US emn occasion to offer respect for those who en-US have paid the ultimate sacrifice through en-US their military service. While Veterans Day is en-US for all veterans to be celebrated and Armed en-US Forces Day honors those currently in unien-US -en-US form, Memorial Day provides many families en-US a chance to reflect on their loved ones who en-US died in battle and civilians to recognize that en-US freedom isnt free.en-US There is a series of events planned en-US up-and-down the Treasure Coast this weeken-US -en-US end at cemeteries and other sites that give en-US people a chance to get together and honor en-US veterans killed in action. en-US On Sunday, May 27, there will be the Reven-US-en-US erence Motorcycle Association's annual en-US Memorial Day weekend patriotic American en-US flag giveaway for people to stop by, stock-up en-US and take home a free personal American en-US flag and help support the Honor Guard en-US Motorcycle Associations mission to honor en-US and assist local Veterans, law enforcement en-US and emergency medical service heroes. That en-US event will be at ABC Fine Wine & Spirits en-US from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at 1540 S.E. Federal en-US Hwy. in Stuart.en-US There will be a Memorial Day Service on en-US Monday, May 28 starting at 10 a.m. at Veteren-US -en-US ans Memorial Park in Port St. Lucie, preen-US -en-US sented by the United Veterans of Port St. en-US Lucie. Limited seating is available for the en-US event and it is suggested that attendees bring en-US a lawn chair. The service is for all ages and is en-US free to attend. For information or questions, en-US please contact (772) 878-2277.en-US Stuarts annual Memorial Day Parade will en-US be hosted along East Ocean Boulevard by en-US the Martin County Veterans Council, en-US Reverance Motorcycle Association, City of en-USTreasure Coast offers variety of en-US Memorial Day eventsen-USBy Gaylon See en-US en-US MEMORIALen-US page 12


en-US 12 GET READY FOR SUMMER withALL YOU CAN EAT SALAD BARwith your choice ofGrilled Salmon Blackened Dolphin Skewered Shrimp Grilled Chicken Breast$9.9911 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.One coupon per table Hurry! Oer good from 5-25-18 through 6-1-18May not be combined with other oers 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 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 en-US Catch! Palm City residents en-USRory Marr and his en-US daughter, Cora en-US Marr, 3, caught a en-US 7.5 pound Largeen-US -en-US mouth bass in a en-US neighborhood pond en-US in Palm City en-USStuart Road to Victory museum and Jayare en-US Systems at 10 a.m. Attendees are encouraged en-US to bring lounge chairs and coolers for the en-US festivities.en-US Fort Pierces Memorial Day remembrance en-US will be at Veterans Memorial Park, 600 N. en-US Indian River Drive, starting at 11 a.m. The en-US event will be hosted By Veterans of Foreign en-US Wars Post 8058. VFW Commander Marc en-US Denico, VFW District 11 Department of en-US Florida President Soo Keller will join guest en-US speakers Mayor Linda Hudson, among othen-US -en-US ers and there will be a fly-by from the St. en-US Lucie County Sheriffs Department Honor en-US Guard.en-US Along the Jensen Beach Causeway, people en-US can bring their bikes, lawn chairs and bathen-US -en-US ing suits on Monday, May 28 for the Memoen-US -en-US rial Day group ride which includes a picen-US -en-US nic to follow hosted by the Treasure Coast en-US Cycling Association. For non-members of en-US TCCA, a $5 donation per person to cover en-US food costs, etc. is appreciated. The TCCA en-US will provide lunch, soda and water. There en-US will be volleyball and corn hole, and there en-US will be a 50/50 raffle. en-US The ride start times and options are at 8 en-US a.m. for the A ride, which will depart from en-US Jensen Beach to Vero Beach, which is en-US approximately 60 miles with an average en-US speed of 24 plus mph; at 8:30 a.m. for the B en-US ride, which will depart from Jensen Beach to en-US the Fort Pierce Inlet and back, approximateen-US-en-US ly 35 miles with an average speed of 18 to 21 en-US mph and the 9 a.m. C ride, which will en-US depart from Jensen Beach to power plant en-US and back, approximately 15 to 20 miles.en-US In addition, there will be the inaugural en-US Murph at the Museum, which will be en-US hosted on Monday, May 28 at the National en-US Navy UDT SEAL Museum in Fort Pierce at en-US 3301 N. Route A1A. The event includes a en-US 0ne-mile run, 100 pullups, 200 pushups, en-US 300 air squats and that is followed by anothen-US -en-US er one-mile run. While registration for the en-US event is closed, the event gives people a en-US chance to see the event live following the en-US Memorial Day Service at the museum at 9 en-US a.m. For more information, please email en-US Memorial en-USFrom page 11 EOE, we drug test Please send resume to: and address to Anna-Marie Menhenott, Managing Editor. Hometown News benets include medical, dental, vision and life insurance and a 401k plan. Entry-Level Staff Writer / Reporter Hometown News is independently owned and consistently rated one of the best community papers in the country. We are currently seeking an entry-level Sta Writer / Reporter to write approximately eight stories per week covering Martin and St. Lucie counties. Qualied candidates must have a strong desire to report on community news, government, schools, and local events for our weekly product. Candidates must have a degree in journalism, English, communication or related elds. Candidates must have at least two years eld experience. A successful candidate should possess: An in-depth knowledge of AP Style Strong Writing Skills Active Listening Skills Time Management Skills Ability to follow leads Ability to gather information from relevant sources Ability to interact and speak with the public Ability to interact with members of local government Ability to maintain a professional appearance and demeanor Ability to accurately document and report information Ability to establish and maintain positive work relationships Ability to perform required tasks while adhering to company policies and procedures Ability to adhere to strict deadlines.


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Pierce Fall O the Bone Baby Back Ribs & Juicy Shrimp SHRIMP & BABY BACK RIBS$9.99Choose your avor! Original Dry Rub, Bourbon, Tennessee Red, Jalapeo Honey Glaze or Maple Glazed. Comes with 1 side.Must present coupon for discount. 1 Coupon per table. Valid through 6/1/18 en-USKristin Webb en-US (pictured) and en-US Steven Anderson en-US traveled from en-US Vero Beach April en-US 20th 23rd with en-US their copy of the en-US Hometown News en-US to Kanab, Utah, en-US Las Vegas, en-US Nevada, and en-US Page, Arizona. en-US Thanks for taking en-US us along! 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 our Treasure Coast residents reading the Hometown News in a unique en-US or exotic place. Whether you take a trip to the Grand Canyon or a cruise to the en-US Bahamas, bring your Hometown News with you and have someone snap a picture.en-US Email your photo (at least 1 MB in size) to en-US news@hometownnewsol.comen-US and include en-US your first and last name, the city you live in and the location/date of where the photo en-US was taken. Type TOURING WITH THE TOWNIES in the subject line.en-USTouring with the Townies en-US en-US Bingo & trivia:en-US Entertainment by AJ the en-US DJ, plus drink specials, free bingo, prizes, en-US and pop-quiz trivia, every Tuesday from 8-10 en-US p.m., St. Lucie Lanes, 6759 S. U.S. 1, Port en-US St. Lucie. en-USFor more information, call (772) en-US 461-5390.en-USWEDNESDAY, MAY 30en-GB en-GB Jazz Jams at the Gardens:en-GB Presented en-GB by the Fort Pierce Jazz & Blues Society. 6:30-en-GB 9:30 p.m., Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens, en-GB 2410 S.E. Westmoreland Blvd., Port St. en-GB Lucie. All are welcome. $6 donation, $5 for en-GB members. en-GB For more information, call (772) en-GB 337-1959 or visit en-GB en-US Family Fun Night:en-US Entertainment by AJ en-US the DJ, plus bingo, prizes, and pop-quiz trivia, en-US every Wednesday from 5-8 p.m., Wing-Stop, en-US 2575 S. U.S. 1, Fort Pierce. One child eats en-US free with purchase of one adult entree. en-US For en-US more information, call (772) 242-1064.en-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, MAY 31en-GB en-GB Military Appreciation Day:en-GB 6:30 p.m., en-GB First Data Field, 525 N.W. Peacock Blvd., en-GB Port St. Lucie. Raffles for grilsl and a signed en-GB Louisville Slugger bat, auction online for en-GB specially designed player jerseys, more. en-GB Game tickets are free for veterans and active en-GB duty military if you contact the Vietnam en-GB Veterans of America, chapter 566, St. Lucie en-GB County; tickets are $5 for all others. Dollar en-GB night for hotdogs, soda, popcorn; $2 draft en-GB beer. Money from ticket sales goes to the en-GB health and welfare fund of the ViVA to help en-GB local veterans. en-GB For more information, visit en-GB en-US en-US Dance: en-US 7-9:30 p.m. every Thursday, en-US Polish American Club, 343 Prima Vista Blvd., en-US Port St. Lucie. $8 per person. BYOB and en-US soda. en-US For reservations, call Cindy, (508) en-US 287-3370. en-GBFRIDAY, JUNE 1en-GB en-GB Friday Fest:en-GB 5:30-9 p.m., Fort Pierces en-GB Marina Square, the first Friday of every en-GB month, weather permitting. (Held on the en-GB second Friday of the month if event is en-GB canceled due to bad weather.) Friday Fest en-GB is a street festival to showcase downtown en-GB Fort Pierce and the waterfront in Marina en-GB Square on Melody Lane. Festival includes en-GB music, food, childrens activities, community en-GB vendors and arts and crafts. Free admission, en-GB free parking in parking garage. en-GBFor more en-GB information, visit en-GB en-GB Food Truck Invasion:en-GB This event is en-GB hosted at Tradition Square on the first and en-GB third Friday of the month from 5-9:30 p.m. en-GB Catch us as we invade Tradition in Port St en-GB Lucie. Well have the food trucks parked en-GB at Tradition Square. This is a huge outdoor en-GB picnic where food trucks of different origins, en-GB cuisine and menus prepare food that is en-GB cooked to order. Its not fast food and a en-GB bunch of these trucks are run by chefs. A en-GB great deal of fusion cuisine, comfort foods en-GB and sweet treats to choose from. Be sure to en-GB bring your folding chairs or blankets to picnic en-GB on the lawn at Tradition Town Hall.en-USOuten-USFrom page 11en-US Seeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 14


en-US 14 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! Daily SOUP Specials Hamburger & Fries Only $5.95 Oxtails over riceOnly $9.95 Prime Rib DInner DailyOnly $14.95 2 Eggs, 2 Pancakes, 2 Strips of BaconOnly $4.99 OPEN 7 DAYS 6AM-8PMBreakfastLunch Dinner Clam Basket w/ fries and coleslaw Only $9.95 Ask about our nightly dinner specials! 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Seafood Combo Snow Crab Legs, Shrimp, Corn on the Cob potatoes & polish sausage Only $19.95 Hurricane season is coming are you ready? en-USI en-USwas a member of the Volusia County en-US Emergency Management team that en-US helped during hurricane emergencies en-US for 15 years.en-US Its that time of year again and this en-US hurricane season may be a little busy, so lets en-US get ready. First, be sure to get the Hurricane en-US Preparation Guide that is available each en-US year; it provides great information.en-US Lets talk about how to get ready. My wife en-US is great about getting ready for the storm en-US season. She starts buying disaster food in en-US March and April a little at a time. She en-US follows all the sales and two for ones and we en-US are ready by June. en-US How do you plan to cook without power? en-US Do you have an outside grill? Great! Is it gas en-US operated or charcoal? Make sure you have en-US the fuel available to cook. I recommend en-US everyone have a small gas cooktop as a en-US backup. Chefs use them all the time for chef en-US stations at catering parties. They are not en-US expensive, about $20-$25, and operate on a en-US small gas tank the size of a hair spray can. en-US They are big enough to handle a large en-US frying pan or pot. en-US You will be able to cook for days and en-US cook almost anything. The local restaurant en-US supply stores have them. I give them as gifts en-US during Christmas. Look on the internet as en-US well. en-US A coffee pot is important; one that isnt en-US electric. People will be very upset without en-US their coffee. Buy a French press coffee pot. en-US Place ground coffee in the pot, then add hot en-US water and let it steep a couple minutes. en-US Press down the plunger top separating the en-US grinds from the coffee. This makes great en-US tasting coffee, and be sure you have ground en-US coffee, not k-cups. en-US A good-sized ice chest is also helpful. en-US Have a good supply of disposable plates, en-US cups, plasticware and paper towels. You en-US also need trash bags and lots of water. en-US Here are some shopping ideas: Buy en-US protein drinks; shop for the highest protein en-US value you can find for high energy. Oatmeal en-US variety packs are great because you just add en-US water and heat. en-US How about cereal with milk? Powdered en-US milk is OK or try to find shelf-stable milk in en-US cartons. Evaporated canned milk is milk en-US that has the water taken out. Add a can of en-US water to a can of evaporated milk and it will en-US be regular milk. en-US Plastic portion cups of fruits are great; get en-US a variety and get juice mixes. en-US You should start stocking up on canned en-US goods like vegetables, canned chicken, tuna, en-US corned beef hash, and chili with no beans en-US (youll thank me later). Also consider Spam, en-US canned pasta with meatballs or meat ravioli. en-US Think about getting canned soups, dry en-US spaghetti, boxes of rice mixtures, and mac en-US and cheese. en-US Make sure you have all the staples too en-US like herbs, spices, sugar, cooking oil or en-US sprays, chips, pita chips, and nachos. Did en-US you know corn bread mix can be fried in a en-US frying pan for bread? en-US Now lets think about the food in the en-US refrigerator. After a few hours, the cooler en-US will be too hot to keep food safely. Cook en-US everything you can that is fresh. The freezer en-US may last up to two or three days if you keep en-US the door closed. en-US Refrigerated eggs have been washed, so en-US their protected cover is removed. Leaving en-US them out is not a good idea. Do you know a en-US local farmer? If you have farm fresh eggs en-US from the farm that have not been washed, en-US they can stay on the counter for many days. en-US Soft cheese needs to be refrigerated; hard en-US cheeses like Gouda and parmesan do not en-US need to be refrigerated.en-US Finally, write a menu of meals and snacks en-US for three to six days consumption. When en-US you plan, everyone will be happier knowing en-US what to expect. My recipe this week is: Step en-US 1, begin today to stock up; Step 2, be en-US prepared.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 or en-US magoulc@en-US CHEF COSTA'S en-USCOOKING CORNERen-USCOSTA MAGOULAS en-USSATURDAY, JUNE 2en-GB en-GB Bunfest 2018:en-GB Seventh annual event en-GB will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at The en-GB Kane Center, 900 S.E. Salerno Road, Stuart. en-GB Enjoy a day focusing on rabbits, guinea pigs en-GB and their fans, presented by the Humane en-GB Society of the Treasure Coast. Features en-GB a critter spa, bunny playground, vendors en-GB with specialty items for rabbits and guinea en-GB pigs, adoptable animals, glamour photos, en-GB educational seminars, a childrens zone, en-GB raffles and silent auction, and a rainbow en-GB bridge memorial wall. Admission is $5 en-GB per person; ages 10 and under admitted en-GB free. Any extra donations help the Humane en-GB Society care for the smallest creatures at en-GB the shelter. en-GB For more information, visiten-GB www.en-GB, JUNE 5en-GB en-GB Tuesday Night Jazz Jam:en-GB Presented en-GB by the Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society en-GB from 7-10 p.m. at the Black Box at Sunrise en-GB Theatre, 117 S. Second Street, Fort Pierce. en-GB Sit-in participation welcome. en-GBCall (772) 460-en-GB 5299 or visit en-GB en-US Bingo & trivia:en-US Entertainment by AJ the en-US DJ, plus drink specials, free bingo, prizes, en-US and pop-quiz trivia, every Tuesday from 8-10 en-US p.m., St. Lucie Lanes, 6759 S. U.S. 1, Port St. en-US Lucie. en-US For more information, call (772) 461-en-US 5390.en-USWEDNESDAY, JUNE 6en-US en-US Family Fun Night:en-US Entertainment by AJ en-US the DJ, plus bingo, prizes, and pop-quiz trivia, en-USOuten-USFrom page 13en-US Seeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 15


en-US 15 en-USevery Wednesday from 5-8 p.m., Wing-Stop, en-US 2575 S. U.S. 1, Fort Pierce. One child eats en-US free with purchase of one adult entree. en-US For en-US more information, call (772) 242-1064.en-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, JUNE 7en-US en-US Dance: en-US 7-9:30 p.m. every Thursday, en-US Polish American Club, 343 Prima Vista Blvd., en-US Port St. Lucie. $8 per person. BYOB and en-US soda. en-US For reservations, call Cindy, (508) 287-en-US 3370. en-USFRIDAY, JUNE 8en-GB en-GB Lunch & Learn:en-GB "Florida's Native en-GB Plants and Native Landscaping" at 12 p.m., en-GB Manatee Observation & Education Center, en-GB 480 N. Indian River Drive, Fort Pierce. Join en-GB us for a presentation by AnnMarie Loveridge, en-GB president of the Lakelas Mint chapter of the en-GB Florida Native Plant Society. AnnMarie will en-GB be speaking about the importance of using en-GB Florida native plants in your garden, talk en-GB about whats blooming, and even provide en-GB free giveaways of native Florida plants. Bring en-GB your lunch and learn! Free event. en-GB For more en-GB information, call (772) 429-6266.en-GBSUNDAY, JUNE 10en-GB en-GB Song Circle and Folk Jam:en-GB 3-5 p.m., en-GB Savannas Preserve State Park, 2541 en-GB S.E. Walton Road, Port St. Lucie. Bring a en-GB stringed instrument and enjoy an informal en-GB folk jam with members of the community, en-GB or just listen. Participation is free with paid en-GB park admission ($3 per car). en-GBFor more en-GB information, visit en-GB, JUNE 12en-GB en-GB Tuesday Night Jazz Jam:en-GB Presented en-GB by the Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society en-GB from 7-10 p.m. at the Black Box at Sunrise en-GB Theatre, 117 S. Second Street, Fort Pierce. en-GB Sit-in participation welcome. en-GBCall (772) 460-en-GB 5299 or visit en-GB en-US Bingo & trivia:en-US Entertainment by AJ the en-US DJ, plus drink specials, free bingo, prizes, en-US and pop-quiz trivia, every Tuesday from 8-10 en-US p.m., St. Lucie Lanes, 6759 S. U.S. 1, Port St. en-US Lucie. en-US For more information, call (772) 461-en-US 5390.en-USWEDNESDAY, JUNE 13en-GB en-GB Jazz Jams at the Gardens:en-GB Presented en-GB by the Fort Pierce Jazz & Blues Society. 6:30-en-GB 9:30 p.m., Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens, en-GB 2410 S.E. Westmoreland Blvd., Port St. en-GB Lucie. All are welcome. $6 donation, $5 for en-GB members. en-GB For more information, call (772) en-GB 337-1959 or visit en-GB en-US Family Fun Night:en-US Entertainment by AJ en-US the DJ, plus bingo, prizes, and pop-quiz trivia, en-US every Wednesday from 5-8 p.m., Wing-Stop, en-US 2575 S. U.S. 1, Fort Pierce. One child eats en-US free with purchase of one adult entree. en-US For en-US more information, call (772) 242-1064.en-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-GBFRIDAY, JUNE 15en-GB en-GB Food Truck Invasion:en-GB This event is en-GB hosted at Tradition Square on the first and en-GB third Friday of the month from 5-9:30 p.m. en-GB Catch us as we invade Tradition in Port St en-GB Lucie. Well have the food trucks parked en-GB at Tradition Square. This is a huge outdoor en-GB picnic where food trucks of different origins, en-GB cuisine and menus prepare food that is en-GB cooked to order. Its not fast food and a en-GB bunch of these trucks are run by chefs. A en-GB great deal of fusion cuisine, comfort foods en-GB and sweet treats to choose from. Be sure to en-GB bring your folding chairs or blankets to picnic en-GB on the lawn at Tradition Town Hall.en-GBSATURDAY, JUNE 16en-US en-US Jiffy Photo/Canon Macro Workshop:en-US 9 en-US a.m. to 2 p.m., Heathcote Botanical Gardens, en-US 210 Savannah Road, Fort Pierce. Learn how en-US to get the best shots that bring you up close en-US to nature and learn new ways of presenting en-US your subject. Fee is $35 for members, $45 en-US for non-members. en-US To RSVP, call (772) en-US 464-4672en-USSUNDAY, JUNE 17en-GB en-GB Summer Solstice Drum Circle:en-GB Fifth en-GB annual event celebrates the longest day of en-GB the year with drummers, dancers, hoopers, en-GBpoi spinners, the spiritually minded and en-GB spectators. Experience an authentic Native en-GB American ceremony honoring the Mother en-GB Earth and Father Sky and learn about the en-GB significance of the Summer Solstice. 7-9 en-GB p.m., Savannas Preserve State Park, 2541 en-GB S.E. Walton Road, Port St. Lucie. Extra en-GB drums will be available for those who don't en-GB have one; please bring drums, shakers, en-GB tambourines, etc., if you have them. Also en-GB please bring a chair suited to outside seating en-GB and drumming. Park entrance fee is waived en-GB due to $5 cover; children under age 12 en-GB admitted free, children under age 18 must en-GB be accompanied by an adult 21+. Family en-GB friendly community event will be held rain or en-GB shine. Bring your own drinks, no alcohol, no en-GB drugs. Donations are appreciated. en-GB For more en-GB information, visit en-GB Answers Located in the Classied Section Out en-USFrom page 14en-USSCORPIO Oct. 24/Nov. 22en-USIt is time to share your good fortune with others, en-US Scorpio. Expressing gratitude and helping those en-US who do not have enough will make you feel happien-US -en-US er and more fortunate.en-USSAGITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21en-USInfuse your social circle with some fresh energy, en-US Sagittarius. Get together with friends and find en-US ways to include new people into your social circle.en-USCAPRICORN Dec. 22/Jan. 20en-USCapricorn, if life has been rushing by at a harried en-US pace, you need to find a place of solace where you en-US can sit and exhale. Its important to have this time en-US to rest.en-USAQUARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18en-USBe conscious of how your actions and words en-US affect others, Aquarius. Communication issues en-US can affect relationships when misconstrued en-US words are taken to heart.en-USPISCES Feb. 19/March 20en-USPisces, procrastination is often a sign that a peren-US -en-US son is not interested in what he or she is doing. en-US Find activities that truly motivate you.en-USScopesen-USFrom page 11


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