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FORT PIERCETHE BEACHES LAKEWOOD PARK Vol. 17, No. 19 en-USFriday, Oct. 5, 2018 en-US@HometownNewsStLucie @hometownnewsslc @HometownNewsSLC $1.00 2822 S. U.S. #1, Fort Pierce (772) 466-7022The OriginalDISCOUNT 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 en-USSTAR ATHLETEen-USThis week's Athlete of the en-US Week is a third-generation en-US superstar at Port St. Lucie en-US High School STUDENT 8 LOOKING FOR A HOME 7 en-USWould you like an en-US affectionate lap cat? en-US Visit Dogs and Cats en-US Forever en-USMEET ELLE en-USVISIT US ONLINEen-USWant to catch up on a en-US favorite columnist or see en-US more pictures and more en-US community news? en-USMISSING A en-US FAVORITE FEATURE? en-USSTAYING IN TOUCH Want to be sure you know what's going on around the en-USTreasure Coast? Email en-US en-US with "newsletter" in the subject line. en-USINDEX Classified 15 Crossword en-US14 Horoscopes en-US11 Out & About 11 Police Report en-US5 Viewpoint en-US6 en-USCOMMUNITY CALENDAR See en-UScommunity en-US events on en-US page 2 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? Almost got it! en-USSevin Bullwinkle/staff photographeren-USThe Seventh Annual Wounded Warrior Project was held in Fort Pierce at Inlet en-US State Park. A group of volunteers gather each year for a day to offer veterans en-US and families a day of beach and barbecue. For more information please visit en-US Here, Karen Leao loses her balen-US -en-US ance.en-USFORT PIERCE -The City Commisen-US -en-US sion held a special workshop Sept. 25 en-US on the financial state of the Sunrise en-US Theatre and staff efforts to begin en-US searching for a new director to replace en-US long-time director John Wilkes whom en-US the city manager fired in early May. en-US Finance Director Johnna Morris en-US opened the workshop with a detailed en-US financial analysis of the theatre, which en-US has lost more than $500,000 annually en-US in every year but one since it opened in en-US 2006. During the 2014-15 fiscal year, en-US the Sunrise lost only $452,675, but that en-US year was overshadowed by much greaten-US -en-US er losses over the subsequent two years. en-US In the 2016-17 Fiscal Year, the Theatre en-US lost more than $1 million, and the lossen-US-en-US es for the fiscal year ending Sept. 30 en-US topped $839,000. The decade of losses en-US prompted City Manager Nick Mimms en-US to dismiss Mr. Wilkes in hopes of stemen-US-en-US ming the tide. Both Commissioners en-US Rufus Alexander and Reginald Sesen-US -en-US sions -who failed to attend the worken-US-en-US shop -have vocally supported the ecoen-US -en-US nomic impact of the theatre downtown en-US but criticized the regular budget transen-US -en-US fers to keep the facility afloat over the en-US past few years. en-US Mr. Mimms admitted there was defien-US -en-US nitely a disconnect between the Theen-US -en-US atre and the Sunrise Theatre Advisory en-US Board, the entity created to oversee its en-US operation. en-US I know when I did go visit the Advien-US-en-US sory Board to advise them of the teren-US -en-US mination of Mr. Wilkes, I was astounden-US-en-US ed to know that most of the board en-US members did not have an understanden-US-en-USCity holds en-US Sunrise en-US Theatre en-US workshopen-USCommission receives en-US updates on venue en-US finances and efforts to en-US find new directoren-USBy Donald Rodrigueen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USSeeen-US en-US THEATREen-US, page 3en-USFORT PIERCE -The St. Lucie County Commisen-US -en-US sion unanimously approved an 8.9 percent aggreen-US -en-US gate millage rate and a $546.3 million budget Sept. en-US 20 for the 2018-19 Fiscal Year. en-US County Administrator Howard Tipton said the en-US budget for the upcoming year was nearly $11 milen-US -en-US lion less than the current year adopted budget of en-US $557,215,720 while Office of Management & Buden-US -en-US get Director Jennifer Hill admitted the 2018-19 Fisen-US -en-US cal Year Budget had gone up slightly since the Comen-US -en-US mission reviewed the tentative proposed budget en-US Sept. 6. en-US The budget that is being proposed tonight en-US reflects an increase of $6 million over the tentative en-US budget, bringing the total budget to $546.3 million, en-US she said. These changes are due to increases in en-US grant funds, capital projects being carried forward en-US and transitioning the administrative functions for en-US the medical examiner from the college to St. Lucie en-US County. St Lucie County is the primary agency in en-US the funding for the medical examiners office, and in en-US order to make the transition, a budget for the funden-US -en-US ing for the other three counties must be set up on en-US our books.en-US The approved 2018-19 budget also reflects the en-US reallocation from reserves of $450,000 for the Sheren-US -en-US iffs Office and $248,637 for a project at the Emeren-US -en-US gency Operations Center. The Commission had en-US debated at length on the former during the first en-US reading of the tentative budget Sept. 6, with some en-US commissioners not wanting to release the additional en-US funds until they could see the potential effect of two en-US ballot initiatives after the November elections. The en-US money in question is designated for new school en-US resource officers mandated but insufficiently funden-US -en-US ed by the state, and Chairwoman Frannie Hutchinen-US -en-US son didnt think a couple of months would make any en-US difference in the issue since the money had already en-US been promised to Sheriff Ken Mascara.en-US If Im making a commitment to say youre going en-US to get that money, I dont see us going back and sayen-US -en-US ing, give it back, no matter what the outcome is, en-USCounty approves en-US millage, $546M budgeten-USBy Donald Rodrigueen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USSee en-US en-US BUDGETen-US page 4


en-US 2 en-USCommunity calendaren-US Community notes FRIDAY, OCT. 5 en-US en-US Technology Training Sessions:en-US Learn en-US about voice assistants such as Alexa and en-US Google Home, and security and privacy, at 9 en-US a.m., Lakewood Park Branch Library, 7605 en-US Santa Barbara Drive, Fort Pierce. Be sure to en-US have all your devices fully charged and bring en-US your library card and passwords. Registration en-US is required as class sizes are limited. en-US To en-US register, stop by the library or call (772) 462-en-US 6870 or email en-US en-GB en-GB Floridas Water Wonders Series:en-GB 10 en-GB a.m. to 1 p.m., Oxbow Eco-Center, 5400 en-GB N.E. St. James Drive, Port St. Lucie. For en-GB homeschool students ages 8-12. Students en-GB will discover how water has shaped Florida's en-GB geography, history, and people's way of en-GB life through a variety of hands-on activities en-GB and experiences. $7 per student. en-GB For more en-GB information, call (772) 785-5833.en-GBSATURDAY, OCT. 6en-GB en-GB Frightful Coding:en-GB 2:30 p.m., en-GB Morningside Branch Library, 2410 S.E. en-GB Morningside Blvd., Port St. Lucie. Open to en-GB the first 20 students, grades K-5, en-GB participants will create spooktacular en-GB creations using Scratch Coding, and design a en-GB take-home creation to practice coding skills en-GB at home. Free, no advance registration en-GB required. en-GB For more information, visit en-GB www.en-GB en-GB Community Trunk Sale:en-GB 8 a.m. to 1 en-GB p.m., Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens, 2410 en-GB S.E. Westmoreland Blvd., Port St. Lucie. Held en-GB rain or shine. Vendor/exhibitor contracts en-GB must be received and paid for by Sept. 29 to en-GB participate. en-GB For more information, call (772) en-GB 337-1959 or visit en-GB en-GB Explore Archery:en-GB First Saturday of the en-GB month, October through April, 9 a.m. to noon, en-GB at the Oxbow Eco-Center, 5400 N.E. St. en-GB James Drive, Port St. Lucie. Open to ages en-GB 10+. Participants under age 15 must have a en-GB legal guardian present. Beginner archery en-GB class in a relaxed environment builds en-GB strength, endurance, mental focus. Session en-GB includes outdoor classroom time and range time.   Bring a bagged lunch or snack, water en-GBbottle, closed-toe shoes, and wear weatherappropriate clothing.   $20 per participant. en-GBTo en-GB register, call (772) 785-5833 or email en-GB, OCT. 8en-GB en-GB Beta Sigma Phi meeting:en-GB Women's en-GB service and social organization meets en-GB monthly from September through May en-GB throughout Martin and St. Lucie counties. en-GB Contact Mary Jackson at (772) 370-1665 or en-GB Leslie Jannereth at (772) 465-2820 for en-GB specific locations.en-USTUESDAY, OCT. 9en-GB en-GB Enhancing Engagement in Science:en-GB en-GB 10 a.m. to noon, FAU-CARD at IRSC Pruitt en-GB Campus, 500 N.W. California Blvd., en-GB Schreiber Conference Center D-115, Port en-GB St. Lucie. This training is on site only and is en-GB for all parents of homeschooled students en-GB with autism. Free. en-GB To register, visit en-GB www.en-GB science-tickets-48455468611en-US en-US Weekly Storytime Jam:en-US Tuesdays at en-US Seeen-US en-US CALENDARen-US, page 4 en-USCommunity Yard Sale en-US returns Oct. 13en-USSt. Lucie Countys Community Yard Sale at en-US the John B. Park Sports Complex returns Saten-US-en-US urday, Oct. 13 from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.en-US Admission to the Yard Sale is free. The cost en-US to set up a booth is $15. Those interested in en-US renting space should contact St. Lucie Counen-US-en-US tys Parks and Recreation staff at (772) 462-en-US 2110.en-US Community Yard Sale dates are scheduled en-US for:en-US Oct. 13 from 7 a.m. 2 p.m.en-US Nov. 10 from 7 a.m. 2 p.m.en-US Dec. 8 from 7 a.m. 2 p.m.en-US Jan. 12 from 7 a.m. 2 p.m.en-US Feb. 9 from 7 a.m. 2 p.m.en-US March 9 from 7 a.m. 2 p.m.en-US Those wishing to rent a booth at the Comen-US-en-US munity Yard sale are reminded that no food en-US items are allowed to be sold. Unwanted items en-US are not to be left behind. All spaces must be en-US cleared. If unwanted items are left behind, the en-US cost for spots will increase. Yard sale booths en-US must be set up the day of the event; not the en-US night before. Additionally, all spots must be en-US cleared by 2 p.m. en-US Payment to participate in the yard sale is en-US cash only; unless a vendor prepays at the en-US Parks office prior to the day of the yard sale.en-US The John B. Parks Sports Complex is locaten-US -en-US ed at 1302 Virginia Ave., Fort Pierce.en-USFielden Institute accepting en-US regsitrationen-USThe Fielden Institute for Lifelong Learning en-US at Indian River State College (IRSC) is now en-US accepting registration and membership for its en-US 2018-19 season. Fielden Institute courses, en-US offered across all five IRSC campuses and at en-US select community sites, are designed for men en-US and women age 50 and better who are interen-US -en-US ested in exploring shared topics of interest in en-US a college atmosphere. en-US This seasons expanded catalog features en-US more than 80 different sessions. Topics such en-US as art, computers and technology, photograen-US -en-US phy, finance, writing, gardening, health, creen-US -en-US ativity, local history, and more are delivered in en-US a variety settings, including as hands-on en-US activities, discussion groups, lectures, field en-US trips, book and film groups, and lectures. en-US Also this year, the Fielden Institute for Lifeen-US-en-US long Learning presents the 13th season of its en-US Distinguished Lecture Series on Current en-US Issues. The series brings nationally recogen-US -en-US nized experts and seasoned educators to the en-US podium on current events on subjects in foren-US -en-US eign policy, the environment, education, en-US health, and the economy. en-US Each open house runs from 9:30-11:30 en-US a.m. Formal presentations begin at 10 a.m.en-US Wednesday, Oct. 10, in the Richardson en-US Center Auditorium at the IRSC Mueller Camen-US-en-US pus, 6155 College Lane, Vero Beachen-US Thursday, Oct. 11, in the Brown Center for en-US Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the IRSC en-US Main Campus, 3209 Virginia Ave., Fort Pierceen-US Friday, Oct. 12, in the Schreiber Conferen-US -en-US ence Center, IRSC Pruitt Campus, 500 N.W. en-US California Blvd., St. Lucie Westen-US Tuesday, Oct. 16, in the Wolf High-Techen-US-en-US nology Center Auditorium, IRSC Chastain en-US Campus, 2400 S.E. Salerno Road, Stuarten-US Friday, Oct. 19, in the Williamson Conferen-US-en-US ence Center Auditorium, IRSC Dixon Hendry en-US Campus, 2229 N.W. Ninth Ave., Okeechobee.en-US To RSVP for one of the upcoming open en-US houses or for more information, call (772) en-US 462-7880 or visit


en-US 3 James L. Strawn, D.D.S. 772-460-9889Call For a FREE Consultation5052 South 25th Street Fort Pierce, FL 34981 Skillfully designed, custom fitted, full and partial dentures at affordable prices. Same day repairs and relines Laboratory on premises. 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S ing of what was actually going on, he said. en-USThey didnt have an understanding of the en-US financial position of the Theatre.en-US Advisory Board Vice-Chairman Stanley en-US Silver addressed the Commission during en-US the workshop, emphasizing the fact that en-US his 14-member organization needed to fill en-US three seats and lacked a crucial financial en-US document. en-US One thing I would like to ask for would en-US be financials, he explained. If this was my en-US business, we would like to see a P&L [profen-US -en-US it & loss] and a balance sheet, specifically en-US for the Theatre. Its extremely difficult to en-US find the numbers.en-US Ms. Morris admitted the document en-US existed and could be provided to the en-US Board.en-US en-USWe provide a monthly a financial en-US report, and we can provide you a balance en-US sheet, as well as the revenue and expenses, en-US she said. Every month we do create a en-US monthly financial report that is a P&L as to en-US the current standard for that. en-US Mr. Mimms, however, wanted to hear en-US recommendations from Mr. Stanley en-US because basically youre an Advisory en-US Board, but the latter turned the question en-US on its head, insisting the Board needed en-US more information to do its job.en-US Probably a list of needs, he emphaen-US-en-US sized. Once the committee work continen-US-en-US ues, I personally have some questions en-US about the financials, I have questions about en-US depreciation being attributed to the operaen-US -en-US tion, and once were provided with that en-US detail, we can make recommendations.en-US Mr. Mimms insisted the board members en-US could find some information online but en-US admitted a personal visit to the group en-US would probably work better. en-US We have detailed budget reports that en-US identify every account line, that identity en-US the revenues and the expenditures, he en-US said. The P&L is like a summary report, en-US but I think it may be advantageous to have en-US a member of our Finance Department visit en-US the Advisory Board and explain to them en-US the revenues and the expenditure situation en-US of the Sunrise Theatre.en-US Mayor Linda Hudson concurred with en-US that idea, saying that Sunrise representaen-US -en-US tives also needed to improve their relationen-US -en-US ship with both St. Lucie County and city en-US officials. en-US I think that somehow we need to have a en-US better relationship with the County Comen-US -en-US mission, and maybe somebody from the en-US Sunrise can go and make a presentation to en-US the county or somebody from the county en-US can come, she said. I also think there en-US could be a closer relationship with us as the en-US commissioners because theres no regular en-US reporting behind financials in the Sunrise. en-US We only hear from the Sunrise whenever en-US its about money, so I think that we could as en-US a Commission be kept more abreast of en-US whats going on at the Sunrise.en-US Commissioners spent part of the meeten-US -en-US ing discussing the job description that en-US Human Resources Manager Kevin Brownen-US-en-US ing would author to woo candidates to en-US apply for the vacant directorship of the en-US Theatre. Some of the basic requirements en-US include a masters degree in arts, adminisen-US -en-US tration or theatre, and a minimum of five en-US years of progressively responsible profesen-US-en-US sional experience.en-US Were trying to develop the job descripen-US -en-US tion that encompasses all of the facets that en-US you would want the executive director to en-US tackle, including fundraising, directing en-US staff, strategies on how to raise funds, how en-US to communicate with stakeholders, comen-US -en-US municate with new talent and oversee the en-US contracts that are written, Mr. Browning en-US said. In the last bullet we talk about someen-US-en-US one whos able to well communicate or who en-US might have been an assistant manager and en-US worked with staff to create diverse proen-US -en-US grams for the theatre.en-US Commissioner Thomas Perona insisted en-US that Mr. Browning and other city staff be en-US completely upfront about the complexities en-US of the job when communicating with proen-US -en-US spective candidates.en-USWe actually should have somewhere a en-US plan you know when we talk about the en-US budget, the funding, the plan, the efficienen-US-en-US cies and management, what is expected en-US out of them over a period of time, he said. en-US It needs to be a discussion that we actualen-US-en-US ly have before we make a selection because en-US those things some people are not going to en-US be able to accomplish.en-US For her part, Mayor Hudson said she en-US wanted to avoid the new director becomen-US-en-US ing the sole face of the Sunrise Theatre, a en-US problem she said complicated the citys en-US recent decision to dismiss Mr. Wilkes.en-US John Wilkes was the face of the theatre en-US because he was always on stage and so I en-US think that can be a shared responsibility en-US with other people too, she explained. en-US When John Wilkes was no longer with us, en-USpeople went immediately to oh its going en-US to close because it cant function without en-US John Wilkes. That was never our intention en-US as a Commission, we never discussed that en-US at all, but it seemed to take hold in the en-US community.en-US Mayor Hudson also believes the city en-US should consider obtaining an outside en-US management consultant if it fails to find a en-US qualified director soon. en-US I think that the person chosen needs to en-US understand the financial expectations of en-US the Commission, she added. Im not sure en-US that anybody should take this job and say en-US Ive got a million dollar cushion every en-US year, because we cant manage it that way. en-US And people always say the theatres never en-US going to pay for itself, and Ive said Id like en-US to work toward that.en-US Commissioner Perona emphasized that en-US the future director would need to delegate en-US fundraising efforts to a totally separate en-US employee if he or she wanted to be sucen-US -en-US cessful.en-US Its a full time job to be able to do this, en-US and that person has to be a developmental en-US manager and should come right underen-US -en-US neath the general manager of the Sunrise en-US Theatre, with the only responsibility being en-US to raise funds and keep the sustainable en-US revenues coming through there, he en-US explained. Somebody thats just set up for en-US developmental fundraising to help with en-US the sustainability so that the demand and en-US the support of the city is not necessarily as en-US important.en-US Mr. Browning said the city would begin en-US advertising the vacant position on both the en-US Association of Performing Arts Profesen-US-en-US sionals website and the weben-US -en-US site during the month of October. en-USTheatreen-USFrom page 1


en-US 4 en-USshe said during the tentative budget hearing. en-US No matter what, we will have to make changen-US -en-US es, and I dont see where holding on to it is en-US going to matter. en-US Both Commissioners Chris Dzadovsky and en-US Anthony Bonna disagreed, however, with the en-US latter wanting to hold out until the end of the en-US year. en-US The point was that we were going to conen-US -en-US sider in December whether or not those en-US resources were available to commit at that en-US time, he said Sept. 6.en-US Although none of the commissioners comen-US -en-US mented on the reinsertion of the funds during en-US the final budget hearing, Ms. Hill reminded en-US them of the severity of potential financial en-US challenges coming down the pike if the en-US majority of voters approve a third $25,000 en-US homestead exemption and reject a half-cents en-US sales tax initiative that officials hope could en-US pay for the countys $25 million infrastrucen-US -en-US ture backlog predicted over the next 10 years. en-US Although the approved 8.8934 millage rate en-US for the 2018-19 Fiscal Year reflects a 0.18 en-US decrease from the current the 2017-18 Fiscal en-US Year, county homeowners will still see higher en-US property tax bills this fall due to their rising en-US property values. en-US This slide represents the impact on a en-US homesteaded property located within one of en-US the cities, Ms. Hill told the Commission as en-US she went through her presentation. We focus en-US on a $200,000 property as that is the median en-US value of a home in St. Lucie County. Due to en-US the increase in values, this propertys tax en-US increased by $34.56 or 2.8 percent. On a en-US non-homesteaded property located within en-US one of the cities, this propertys tax would en-US increase by $141.53 or 8.6 percent due to the en-US increase in value. en-US While the new budget reflects funding for en-US 5.38 new full-time employees for a total of en-US .83 full time equivalent positions, Ms. en-US Hills reminded commissioners how much en-US that number has fallen since the height of the en-US construction boom in the early 2000s.en-US The county is operating with 196 less en-US positions than in 2007, and we are currently en-US operating with fewer positions than we had in en-US 2003, she explained. en-US Mr. Tipton, however, remains optimistic in en-US spite of the unknown election results looming en-US on the horizon this November. en-US Weve talked about a lot of challenges and en-US they will continue on each year, he said. But en-US I will tell you despite these difficult pressures, en-US the overall state of the county is good and geten-US -en-US ting stronger.en-US Only one member of the public spoke en-US during the hearing, North Hutchinson Island en-US resident Allison Barajas, who complained en-US about the extension of a $150,000 contract en-US with Brevard County resident Neil Levine to en-US continue his help with forming the St. Lucie en-US Cultural Alliance. Although only a tiny fracen-US -en-US tion of the countys approved $546.3 million en-US budget, Ms. Barajas alleged county officials en-US were wasting taxpayer money on an extenen-US -en-US sion thats been slipped in for Mr. Levines en-US contract.en-US Ms. Barajas claimed that Chairman en-US Hutchinson had requested an audit of his en-US work during the Sept. 11 Board meeting and en-US expressed frustration that commissioners had en-US decided to vote on the extension anyway.en-US The people in this community you are en-US brushing aside to take and advocate for this en-US person from Brevard who has created a culen-US -en-US tural divide rather than an alliance, she said. en-US If this demonstrates how things happen, Im en-US worried.en-US Mr. Tipton told the Commission in en-US response that an auditor was currently en-US reviewing the scope of services in Mr. Levines en-US contract and said remedial action could be en-US taken if necessary.en-US Assistant County Administrator Mark Saten-US -en-US terlee provided The Hometown News a copy en-US of a memo sent to the Commission Sept. 11 en-US that outlined the disagreement between Mr. en-US Levine and some members of the local arts en-US community, including Ms. Barajas. In that en-US memo, he attributed part of Mr. Levines en-US problem to a lack of patience with fellow arten-US -en-US ists and the need to adopt the kindlier, genen-US -en-US tler St. Lucie County Way.en-US The great majority of arts and culture en-US stakeholders support the work being done by en-US Dr. Levine, Mr. Satterlee said Oct.1. The en-US SLCA will be a completely independent board en-US as it gets up and running. Weve had a few en-US vocal critics who wish to take the SLCA in a en-US different direction and have made a number en-US of claims and complaints, most of which do en-US not appear to have merit. 9:00am Sunday School 8:45am Adult Bible Study in Family Life Center 10:30am Worship Service Every Wednesday 11am Prayers & Praises in the Sanctuary rf ntbrf nrf FALL FESTIVITIES rfntb ntnb tn tnn n ffntnn nn tn rfntbtnn Trusted Professional Installation with Best Lifetime Warranty! r f r n $1,500 SAVINGSrfntbftbfrfr rfnnntfnfnbnfnrrrrbnn nfnnnrt bnttnnnnnfnf Budget en-USFrom page 1 en-US10:30 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. en-US For more information, call en-US (772) 461-0814.en-USTHURSDAY, OCT. 11en-GB en-GB Domestic Violence Awareness en-GB Symposium:en-GB 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Port St. Lucie en-GB Community Center, 2195 S.E. Airoso Blvd., en-GB Port St. Lucie. Free lunch & learn event en-GB with guest speakers and special viewing of en-GB Private Violence. en-GB To RSVP, call (772) 223-en-GB 2399 or emailen-GB page 2


en-US 5 en-USPort St. Lucie Police en-US Department en-USJason Woessner, 38, of SE Ron Rico Teren-US -en-US race, Port St. Lucie, was arrested Sept. 20 and en-US charged with larceny grand theft over $300 and en-US less than $5,000, and grand theft of a motor en-US vehicle (recreational vehicle). en-US Jorensky Novius, 29, of SW Bedford Road, en-US Port St. Lucie, was arrested Sept. 25 and en-US charged with damage to property as criminal en-US mischief $1000 or more. en-US Clarence King, 30, of N 19en-US then-US Street, Fort en-US Pierce, was arrested Sept. 25 and charged with en-US possession of a controlled substance. en-US Rebecca McKinney, 35, of Gokchoff Road, en-US Fort Pierce, was arrested Sept. 25 and charged en-US with passing counterfeit bills/checks/drafts/en-US notes, and possession of counterfeited payen-US -en-US ment instrument. en-US Joseph Toomer, 19, of SW Tuscol Street, en-US Port St. Lucie, was arrested Sept 26 and en-US charged with possession of a controlled suben-US -en-US stance, and possession of liquor by person en-US under 21 years old. en-USSt. Lucie County Sheriffs en-US Officeen-USJavian Peterson, 26, of Bayard Road, Fort en-US Pierce, was arrested Sept. 20 and charged with en-US possession of marijuana over 20 grams. en-US Adam Rusch, 30, of SE Bayharbor Street, en-US Port St. Lucie, was arrested Sept. 20 and en-US charged with driving while license suspended en-US (habitual offender). en-US Pedro Ornelas, 40, of Sibley Avenue, Fort en-US Pierce, was arrested Sept. 21 and charged with en-US two counts assault with intent to commit felony, en-US two counts burglary with assault or battery, baten-US -en-US tery, and damage to property $200 and under. en-US Johnny Walker Mobley, 19, of SW Somber en-US Road, Port St. Lucie, was arrested Sept. 21 en-US and charged with grand theft larceny over $300 en-US and less than $5,000, grand theft of a motor en-US vehicle, driving while license suspended (1en-US sten-US en-US offense), and failure to register a motor vehicle. en-US Mathew Cummins, 32, of Woodsmere Way, en-US Fort Pierce, was arrested Sept. 21 and charged en-US with possession of marijuana over 20 grams. en-US Jared McCutchen, 22, of Barcelona Avenue, en-US Fort Pierce, was arrested Sept. 22 and charged en-US with possession of marijuana over 20 grams.en-US Jerry Hodge, 25, of SW La Gorce Avenue, en-US Port St. Lucie, was arrested Sept. 22 and en-US charged with driving under the influence en-US unlawful BAC .15 or higher with person under en-US 18 years old (1en-US sten-US offense).en-US Jackie Robinson, 26, of W Sanderling Lane, en-US Fort Pierce, was arrested Sept. 22 and charged en-US with possession of marijuana over 20 grams. en-US Jessie Frawley, 37, of SE Charleston Drive, en-US Port St. Lucie, was arrested Sept. 22 and en-US charged with driving while license suspended en-US (3en-US rden-US or subsequent offense). en-US Donnell Remylus, 27, of NW Bayard Avenue, en-US Port St. Lucie, was arrested Sept. 22 and en-US charged with possession of a controlled suben-US -en-US stance, possession of marijuana under 20 en-US grams, and failure to register a motor vehicle. en-US William Collins, 19, of Redcedar Place, Port en-US St. Lucie, was arrested Sept. 23 and charged en-US with possession of marijuana over 20 grams, en-US possession of marijuana under 20 grams, and en-US possession of drug paraphernalia.en-US Richard Clark, 63, of Knight Avenue, Sebring, en-US was arrested Sept. 23 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of a controlled substance. en-US Kristin Tubbs, 29, of Myrtle Drive, Fort Pierce, en-US was arrested Sept. 24 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of a controlled substance, possession en-US of marijuana under 20 grams, and possession en-US of drug paraphernalia. en-US Lonzo Washington, 63, of Avenue T, Fort en-US Pierce, was arrested Sept. 25 and charged with en-US possession of a controlled substance. en-US Jinel Trinity, 41, of Redwood Drive, Fort en-US Pierce, was arrested Sept. 25 and charged with en-US aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. en-US Michael Ginger, 27, of SE Ocean Boulevard, en-US Stuart, was arrested Sept. 26 and charged with en-US two counts of tampering with/fabricating physien-US -en-US cal evidence, two counts of theft, battery, and en-US resisting arrest without violence. en-US Jessica Jozefyk, 31, of 43en-US rden-US Street, West en-US Palm Beach, was arrested Sept. 26 and en-US charged with aggravated assault with a deadly en-US weapon without intent to kill, possession of en-US marijuana over 20 grams, resisting by fleeing/en-US eluding officer with lights and siren, resisting en-US officer without violence, possession of burglary en-US tools with intent to use, driving while license en-US suspended (2en-US nden-US offense), burglary of an unocen-US-en-US cupied conveyance unarmed, and grand theft en-US larceny over $300 and less than $5,000.en-US Leland Tolbert, 59, of E Arbor Avenue, Port en-US St. Lucie, was arrested Sept. 26 and charged en-US with possession of marijuana over 20 grams, en-US and possession of marijuana with intent to sell/en-US manufacture/deliver. en-USFort Pierce Police Departmenten-USMichael Hodge, 53, of N. 18th Street, Fort en-US Pierce, was arrested Sept. 20 and charged with en-US possession of a controlled substance, possesen-US-en-US sion of cocaine, and possession of marijuana en-USunder 20 grams. en-US Ronald Coleman, 37, of N 22en-US nden-US Street, Fort en-US Pierce, was arrested Sept. 21 and charged with en-US battery on a law enforcement officer/firefighter/en-US EMT, possession of cocaine, possession of en-US marijuana under 20 grams, and resisting officer en-US without violence. en-US Kelli Hayes, 31, of Myrtle Drive, Fort Pierce, en-US was arrested Sept. 21 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of a controlled substance, and commiten-US -en-US ting/soliciting prostitution (1en-US sten-US offense). en-US Adam Hackbarth, 41, of US Highway 1, Fort en-US Pierce, was arrested Sept 22 and charged with en-US possession of a controlled substance, and posen-US-en-US session of drug paraphernalia. en-US Anthony Adderley, 36, of Avenue K, Fort en-US Pierce, was arrested Sept. 24 and charged with en-US aggravated battery (offender knew/should have en-US known victim was pregnant).en-US David Brown, 57, of N 27en-US then-US Street, Fort en-US Pierce, was arrested Sept. 24 and charged with en-US possession of cocaine, possession of a conen-US -en-US trolled substance, and possession of marijuana en-US under 20 grams. en-US Todd Crouch, 51, of S Indian River Drive, en-US Fort Pierce, was arrested Sept. 25 and charged en-US with tampering with/fabricating physical evien-US -en-US dence, and possession of cocaine. en-US Dillon Copsey, 25, of Brantley Road, Fort en-US Pierce, was arrested Sept. 25 and charged with en-US dealing in stolen property, and shoplifting as en-US petty theft (2en-US nden-US offense). en-US Lloyd Myers, 64, of Edgewood Terrace, Fort en-US Pierce, was arrested Sept. 25 and charged with en-US assault with intent to commit a felony. 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.


en-USVIEWPOINTen-USFRIDAY, OCT. 5, 2018 en-US FORT PIERCEen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSSLC.COM PAGE 6 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-USRantsen-US & en-USRaves en-USGot something to say? en-USEmail the Hometown Rants & Raves at en-USnewsfp@hometownnewsol.comen-USThe Rants and Raves section provides a chance for readers to share their thoughts with en-US other readers. The opinions included are not those of Hometown News or its employees.en-USPlease limit your submissions to 250 words, so that we can include more entries. en-US Readers are asked to refrain from making slanderous or libelous statements. en-USA happy readeren-USI have to tell you that the last few of en-US months I have been more and more pleased en-US with the articles and opinion pieces in the en-US Hometown News. I especially appreciated en-US the interviews with the local candidates for en-US office which gave me a great deal of inforen-US -en-US mation about each and which helped me en-US make my voting decisions.en-US I am also very impressed with the level of en-US interaction you get from your readers. The en-US Rants and Raves pages lately have been en-US chock full of informed, balanced and ratioen-US -en-US nal opinions which have been delivered en-US with civility and concern for our national en-US condition. I can only say that if most of en-US your readers are this well informed and conen-US -en-US cerned, and all of them come out to vote in en-US the November 6th elections, our country, en-US state, counties, and municipalities will be in en-US good hands.en-US I find myself saying "wow" every time I en-US read a new article or a new Rant/Rate. Keep en-US up the good work. You have touched a cord en-US with people who crave real, factual informaen-US-en-US tion about our society, and they trust you to en-US consistently provide what they need to make en-US important decisions.en-USFDR was greatest president everen-USThe greatest president in my 85 years was en-US a president named Franklin Delano Roosen-US -en-US evelt.en-US FDR inherited the greatest depression in en-US our history from republicans Herbert en-US Hoover, Calvin Coolidge and Warren G. en-US Harding.en-US In 1935, FDR gave us Social Security, then en-US the GI Bill without any votes from the en-US republicans.en-US FDR led us to victory in World War II and en-US got us out of the Great Depression.en-US Thank you, FDR, for the greatest governen-US -en-US ment program ever, Social Security.en-US How about the other great government en-US program, Medicare?en-US The only thing FDR gave Russia was food en-US and arms to help us defeat Adolf Hitler.en-US Wake up America, look at the disaster in en-US the White House now, a Republican.en-USAddresses should en-US be easy to seeen-USOverall, it is sad how many communities en-US just wall themselves up, keeping everyone en-US out.en-US I also find them dangerous since there is en-US only one way in and one way out of their en-US community. If an emergency were to occur, en-US this coule prove hazardous. I don't underen-US -en-US stand why counties don't enforce a second en-US exit rule, especially for large communities.en-US Speaking of danger, I work in the delivery en-US industry and have found there is no contien-US -en-US nuity of numbering complexes. One comen-US-en-US plex can have numbers on the building, othen-US-en-US ers letters.en-US At night, it often is difficult to see the en-US addresses.en-US I am surprised that the fire chief hasn't en-US enforced better signs.en-US I know it is frustrating for me, I can't en-US imagine how difficult it can be for emergenen-US -en-US cy personnel.en-US An idea I have is to number the driveway en-US before each house, and with complexes, en-US have solar lighting on signage (also clearing en-US away plants so one can see the signs). I really en-US do not understand why there isn't more en-US concern over the lack of numbering builden-US -en-US ings or houses.en-US I cannot tell you how many homes I deliven-US-en-US er to that do not even have their house numen-US -en-US ber.en-US There should be fines for people who do en-US not number their homes properly. Numbers en-US on the drive would be still there in case of a en-US major catastrophe. Am I the only one conen-US -en-US cerned?en-USUse bats and fish against pestsen-USThe rain has been good for mosquitoes. en-US But our first line of defense should not be en-US poisoning the environment.en-US Make sure there is no standing water in en-US the neighborhoods. Ponds can be stocked en-US with fish (e.g., Gambusia) that eat mosquito en-US eggs and larvae. en-US Put up a bat house. One bat can eat more en-US than 1,000 mosquitoes in one night. Poison en-US should be the last and little used option.en-USEnsure a seniors well-beingen-USHeat exhaustion can sneak up, causing en-US increased body temperature, rapid pulse, en-US headache and fatigue. If you dont get cool, en-US youll dehydrate, possibly suffer a stroke, or en-US worse, die.en-US Of 8,000-plus heat-related fatalities en-US reported annually in the United States, 36 percent are among those age 65 and en-USolder, according to a Centers for Disease en-US Control Heat-Related Illness Survey. Hospien-US -en-US talizations for heat-related symptoms en-US increase for those older than 85.en-US Those with elderly friends, relatives or en-US neighbors are encouraged to take five minen-US -en-US utes to check in on them, particularly in en-US very hot weather.en-US Studies show there are far too few profesen-US -en-US sional caregivers for aging adults, a trend expected to continue for the next 10 yea rs or en-USmore, so non-professionals play a vital role en-US in keeping seniors safe. Giving just a few en-US minutes of your time to ensure a seniors en-US well-being can be highly rewarding. You en-US might even save a life.en-USHometown News keeping it localen-USThank you so much for the Hometown en-US News. I look forward to reading it every Frien-US -en-US day.en-US It is wonderful to have a newspaper that en-US addresses our community. Whenever I need en-US or want something to do, I know exactly en-US where to go thanks to the Hometown News.en-US I only wish you could run more of the calen-US -en-US endar so I could make plans further in en-US advance. But that is such a minor issue.en-US Keep up the good work.en-USTomatoes are reden-USWould someone explain to the present en-US generation that pink tomatoes are not ripe.en-US Tomatoes, to be ripe, have to be red. Espeen-US -en-US cially restaurant owners, have you ever en-US bought tomato sauce that was pink? Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographer en-USThe Seventh Annual Wounded Warrior Project was held in Fort en-US Pierce at Inlet State Park. A group of volunteers gather each year en-US for a day to offer veterans and families a day of beach and barbeen-US -en-US cue. For more information please visit https://support.woundeden-US -en-US, United States Navy Veteran Bryan Duelz en-US catches a ride in.en-USCatching a ride


en-US 7 772-46 4-0407PUBLIC WELCOME! G T G C C4302 Gator Trace Dr., Fort Pierce, FL 2016 2016 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Great Fall Rates Call for Tee Times! Expires 10.30.18$24 till noon $20 after noon A MYSTERY DINNER THEATER SET IN MEDIEVAL TIMESOCTOBER 20TH, 2018 BEGINS AT 7PM (DOORS OPEN AT 6:30PM) $45 EACH/$80 FOR COUPLES (GROUP PRICING AVAILABLE) MEDIEVAL TIMES ATTIRE ENCOURAGED SANTA LUCIA RIVER CLUB AT BALLANTRAE 3325 SE BALLANTRAE BLVD. PSL 34952 ALL PROCEEDS GO TO E.N.D. IT! CORPORATION SPONSORSHIPS AVAILABLE TICKETS: 772.302.3731 WWW.ENDIT-MYSTERY.EVENTBRITE.COM U.S. Marine Corps Harrier AV-8B F4U-4 Corsair U.S. Air Force F-16 en-USMeet Elle!en-USLets play fetch-really! Im a oneyear -old Snowshoe Siamese who en-US loves to play. Im perfect for an active family that can entertain me. en-US I want to be an only cat because, frankly, I would like to be the cenen-US -en-US ter of your attention. My guardian angel has paid my adoption fee. en-US Meet me at Dogs and Cats Forever. Looking for a home en-USMen-USany called it the Dream Team. en-US After the dust settled on this past en-US weekend's Ryder Cup matches in en-US Paris, the dream was more like a Halloween en-US nightmare.en-US The United States team, by most en-US accounts, was expected to roll the European en-US team. It was supposed to be the first en-US American win on foreign soil in over two en-US decades. However, there is a good reason en-US that sports are decided on the field, not on en-US paper.en-US On the American Team, you had the No. en-US 1 player in the world, three of the top four, en-US 11 of the top 17, and the best average world en-US ranking of any team in Ryder Cup history. en-US If major victories are the defining case in en-US who is a better player, the American team en-US represented six of the last seven major en-US winners. The European team didn't have six en-US majors combined on the team.en-US Instead of bludgeoning the European en-US team into submission as so many predicted, en-US the boys from this side of the pond got en-US pounded themselves, losing 17.5 to 10.5, en-US and, honestly, it wasn't really that close. The en-US European team played about as expected, en-US making crucial putts and not many en-US mistakes. The American team pretty much en-US rolled over and took a beating.en-US The United States got off to a good start en-US winning three of the first four matches. It en-US was the one that it lost that should have en-US been a premonition of things to come. en-US Against the team of Tiger Woods and en-US Patrick Reed, Tommy Fleetwood and en-US Francesco Molinari made nine birdies over en-US 17 holes. Woods and Reed made only four en-US birdies of their own and lost five of the last en-US seven holes without winning one for en-US themselves. Over the 60 holes played that en-US afternoon, the Americans made just eight en-US birdies and played those holes in 11-over en-US par. The Europeans played those same holes en-US in 4-under par. The momentum would en-US continue for the European team until the en-US champagne spilled on Sunday afternoon.en-US In the afternoon foursomes on Friday, en-US the Americans managed to win just 10 en-US holes in four matches as the European team en-US won 27 holes. The worst match being the en-US one between the team of Phil Michelson en-US and Bryson DeChambeau against Sergio en-US Garcia and Alex Noren. The U.S. mates en-US were down seven when they hit the turn. It en-US was never close.en-US You would hope that the U.S. team would en-US get a good night's rest and sleep it off. That GOLF en-USJAMES STAMMER en-USWhat happened to en-US the 'Dream Team'?en-USSeeen-US en-US STAMMERen-US page 8


en-US 8 Answers Located in the Classied Section en-USMontavious Yearby is en-US a senior running back en-US who has 877 yards en-US rushing on 109 en-US attempts and 8 en-US rushing touchdowns en-US in 5 games. Yearby en-US comes from two en-US generations of Jagen-US-en-US uars who played en-US football and wrestled. A star student en-USwas not the case. Saturday morning the en-US European team extended its lead easily en-US winning three of the four matches. The lone en-US bright spot for the American team being the en-US pairing of Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth. en-US The rookie, Thomas, would prove to be the en-US best player on the American side over the en-US course of the event.en-US After the Saturday afternoon matches, en-US the European team found themselves with a en-US substantial lead, one that has been overen-US -en-US come only twice in the history of the Ryder en-US Cup. The most telling loss for the Amerien-US -en-US cans was DeChambeau and Woods losing en-US to Molinari and Fleetwood. The two hottest en-US players on the planet going into the event en-US managed to win just two holes and lost en-US seven. The match was over on the 14th en-US green.en-US Going into Sunday's singles matches, the en-US United States still had a chance. To win the en-US U.S. needed to play well, and be a bit lucky. en-US The luck would have been the Euros not en-US making crucial putts or the Americans en-US getting hot early and putting pressure on en-US their foes. Four Americans got beat for a en-US full point by Euros who didn't shoot better en-US than 2-under. Sergio Garcia and Molinari en-US each made just two birdies, but won their en-US matches without even having to play the en-US 18th hole. These were matches the United en-US States needed to win and it was there for the en-US taking had they played better. Of course, in en-US match play, you only need to beat the guy in en-US front of you and that is exactly what the en-US Euros did.en-US It was a sad end for two of the game's en-US great players who may have just played in en-US their final Ryder Cup. Michelson proved to en-US be a bad captain's pick. Phil played terrible en-US on Friday afternoon with Bubba Watson. en-US He played so poorly that he didn't pick up en-US another club for a match until Sunday. Tiger en-US Woods may be on a comeback and he is en-US certainly always a threat to win, but he was en-US winless at this Ryder Cup, losing all three of en-US his matches. He will be two years older and en-US who knows what his physical shape will be en-US when the next Ryder Cup comes around.en-US It was supposed to be a big party for the en-US Dream Team. Some dreams die hard. This en-US one went without so much as a whimper.en-US James Stammer has been an avid golfer en-US and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years. en-US Contact him at en-USstammergolf@yahoo.comen-US.en-USStammeren-USFrom page 7


2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S Bigger & Better Than Last Year!!Now Through October 31st!Come in for spooky Dining and then experience your private guided spooky tour!Dinos Family Restaurant2001 N US 1 Fort Pierce 465-5217Enjoy Our Spooky Lasagna Batty Fried Shrimp Howling Sausage and Penne Ghostly SeafoodHours: Tues-Sat 4pm-9pm Sun 11am-9pm Bring your children & grandchildren if you dare!Spooky Dining Room NEWEXPERIENCE THE HAUNTED GRAVEYARD AND THE HAUNTED SURPRISE ROOM!!!! ARIES March 21/April 20 en-USAries, if you want to be a pioneer, you have to en-US trust yourself and take some risks. Find ways en-US to expand your social circle and attend as en-US many events as you can.en-US TAURUS April 21/May 21en-US Do not worry about pleasing everyone, Taurus. en-US Doing so is impossible and will zap you of the en-US energy you need to devote to those who truly en-US matter to you. Value their opinions.en-US GEMINI May 22/June 21en-US You are in an amorous mood this week, Gemien-US-en-US ni. Focus your energy on romantic plans. en-US Develop an idea for a dinner as a couple, or a en-US friends' night out with others.en-US CANCER June 22/July 22en-US Cancer, if you want to improve your bottom en-US line, you may need to seek the advice of a proen-US -en-US fessional. Make an appointment to see how en-US to better manage your funds.en-US LEO July 23/Aug. 23en-US Leo, keep close friends close, but see if there en-US are any opportunities to widen your network. en-US Networking is an important skill to master. It en-US could serve you well.en-US VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22en-US Virgo, it is okay to make mistakes if it is a maten-US -en-US ter of personal growth. Sometimes the most en-US valuable lessons are learned by making a misen-US -en-US take and correcting it.en-US LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23en-US Family ties have you pulled in one direction en-US when you may have your eyes focused in en-US another, Libra. With some careful shuffling, en-US you can likely find a balance.en-US SCORPIO Oct. 24/Nov. 22en-US Awkward situations give you the opportunity en-US to think on your feet and find amenable soluen-US-en-US tions to problems, Scorpio. Don't underestien-US-en-US mate the advantages of this skill.en-US SAGITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21en-US A few changes may be heading your way, Sagen-US-en-US ittarius. These are nothing you cannot handle en-USHoroscopes Out en-GB en-GB&en-GB en-GBabout en-USFRIDAY, OCT. 5en-US en-US Perfecting the Art of Herb-Infused en-US Vinegars:en-US 10 a.m. to noon, Heathcote en-US Botanical Gardens, 210 Savannah Road, en-US Fort Pierce. Held in Heathcote House, Main en-US Room & Kitchen. Join us for a fun morning to en-US learn how to make special vinegars using en-US herbs from your garden (or Heathcotes en-US herbs). Bring two of your own containers with en-US a cork or lid, no larger than a wine bottle. Fee en-US is $10 for members, $15 for non-members. en-US Registration is required. en-US To register, call en-US (772) 464-4672.en-GB en-GB Arabian Nights Wonderland Gala:en-GB en-GB Benefit for Port St. Lucie based CareBag Inc. en-GB will be held from 6:30-10:30 p.m. at the Port en-GB St. Lucie Civic Center. CareBag Inc. is a en-GB grassroots 501(c)(3) non-profit Treasure en-GB Coast organization whose mission is to en-GB devote the time and energy necessary to en-GB feed, assist and educate the homeless, as en-GB well as individuals and families at risk. en-GB Tickets are $90 per person. en-GBTo purchase en-GB tickets, call (772) 222-7399 or visit en-GB www.en-GB en-GB en-GB Out Laugh Hunger:en-GB Fourth annual en-GB fun filled night of comedy at the Sunrise en-GB Theatre, 117 S. Second Street, Fort Pierce, en-GB to benefit the Treasure Coast Food Bank. en-GB 7-9:30 p.m. Headliner is Brad Upton, a en-GB regular performer in Reno & Las Vegas who en-GB has opened for many legendary recording en-GB artists including Johnny Mathis at his sold-en-GB out show at the Sunrise Theatre. Brads en-GB hilarious observations and writing skills en-GB make him a hit with a wide variety of ages en-GB and audiences. General admission tickets en-GB are $25. VIP tickets are $50, which includes en-GB three drink tickets (two at Sunrise Theatre en-GB and one at the Meet & Greet on the patio at en-GB Sailfish Brewery). en-GB For more information or en-GB tickets, visit en-GB Seeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 11en-US Seeen-US en-US SCOPESen-US, page 11en-USDining en-US &en-US Entertainmenten-USFRIDAY, OCT. 5, 2018 en-US FORT PIERCEen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSSLC.COM PAGE 9en-USDinos Family Restaurant offers en-US spook-filled dining experienceen-USFORT PIERCE What better way to en-US find your Halloween spirit than a spooky en-US evening at Dinos Family Restaurant?en-US The incredibly popular dining establishen-US-en-US ment is owned and operated by Halloween en-US aficionados, Chris and Darlene Humphreys. en-US Their love of Halloween has turned the eaten-US-en-US ery into a must for all Halloween enthusien-US -en-US asts. With a little help from ghosts, goblins, en-US witches and werewolves, those who dare en-US can take a trip to a haunted graveyard, and en-US have a frighteningly good time... followed en-US by a frighteningly good meal.en-US Dinos Family Restaurant has been serven-US -en-US ing generous helpings of delicious food en-US since 1982. Theres not many families in the en-US county who havent stopped the cozy restauen-US-en-US rant for one of the best home-cooked meals en-US in the area. Theres hardly a soul who isnt en-US familiar with the restaurant, which has been en-US located on the corner of U.S. 1 and Juanita en-US Avenue, just north of North Bridge, for all en-US of those years. But, how many of you have en-US experienced Spooky Dining at the restauen-US-en-US rant?en-US Each year, Mr. Humphreys decorates the en-US entire restaurant.... Yes, the every corner is en-USThe haunted graveyard at Dino's Restaurant.en-USfull of lights and frights. Its really is a sight en-US to see. en-US This years main attraction is the haunted en-US graveyard. If youve attended the spooktacen-US-en-US ular event in the past, you will be overjoyed, en-US or scared silly, with the additions to this en-US years frght-fest. After your trip to the en-US haunted graveyard, theres an added attracen-US-en-US tion thats sure to, lets say, electrify your en-US night!en-US While enjoying the incredible attention en-US to detail, every little thing you can imagine en-US is touched by Halloween, there is also the en-US incredible food. en-US Dinos is known for comfort food. This is en-US the place you go when you want meatloaf en-US and mashed potato just like your mom By Anna-Marie Menhenott en-USamenhenott@hometownnewsol.comen-USSeeen-US en-US DINO'Sen-US page 10


en-US 10 Voted #1 BBQ Dales is a Well-Known Landmark in St Lucie County. Proudly Serving Our Community for over 56 years. We appreciate our guests and look forward to seeing you soon! R E A D E R S C H O I C E 2014 2014 2016 2016 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 3362 S. US 1 Fort Pierce, FL 34982 (772) 461-0052 Open Tues-Sat 11AM-9PM 1962 2018 56 YEARS Dinner Specials Tuesday Thursday 4 9 p.m. Baby Back Ribs $12.75 BBQ Spare Ribs $11.15 Sliced BBQ Beef or Pork $9.35 BBQ Chicken $8.45 Includes Slice of Garlic Bread, T ea Coee or Soft Drink and 2 dinner sides. All Dinner Specials Available as Jumbo except Chicken ALL 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 10-5-18 through 10-12-18May not be combined with other oers en-USJack and Montel Twist, from Barefoot Bay, took their en-US copy of Hometown News with them to Jimmy Buffet en-US Margaritaville in Costa Maya, Mexico. 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 (or en-US more) of our Treasure Coast residents reading the Hometown News in a unique or en-US exotic place. Whether you take a trip to the Grand Canyon or a cruise to the Bahamas, en-US 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-USmade. Or maybe you want lasagna just like en-US grandmas. Theres a knack that the Humen-US -en-US phreys have that makes everyone in the en-US restaurant feel like theyre in their own en-US kitchen.. without having to do the dishes. en-US There are appetizers on the menu such as en-US buffalo shrimp, which adds a little kick to en-US start your meal. There are onion rings, en-US mozzarella sticks, and jalapeno poppers. en-US But, my favorite is the beef barely soup. The en-US rich, delicious soup is filling and full of en-US incredible flavors. It is served with crackers en-US and fresh bread. en-US There hasnt been a time that Ive visited en-US the restaurant when there has been many en-US empty tables. If youre taking a party of six en-US or more, especially during Spooky Dining, en-US its best to make a reservation. en-US When I visited the restaurant, I decided en-US to try the filet mignon with mashed potaen-US -en-US toes and green beans. The meat was tender, en-US juicy and prepared just the way I asked. The en-US home-cooked potatoes were creamy and en-US paired well with the tasty steak. en-US My guest tried the lasagna. It was a huge en-US portion, served with a salad and garlic en-US bread. The authentic flavors were bouncing en-US off each other, making this one dish to keep en-US in mind when you go.en-US For dessert, our waitress suggested we try en-US the homemade peanut butter pie. It might en-US be one of the best desserts Ive ever tried. It en-US was creamy, and sweet, yet not overpoweren-US -en-US ing. Like our waitress said, it is the perfect en-US dessert and even goes great with a cup of en-US coffee in the morning. I would let you know en-US if I agree with her, but my piece of pie didnt en-USmake it past that evening.en-US Each family who eats at the restaurant is en-US invited to take the haunted tour. From cofen-US -en-US fins and spiders to haunting ghouls, the en-US haunted forest is really a terrifyingly aween-US-en-US some, spook-filled good time.en-US For more information on the Spooky en-US Dining experience at Dinos Family Restauen-US -en-US rant, call (772) 465-5217, visit them on en-US Facebook, their website at en-US www.dinosfamien-US-en-US lyrestaurant.neten-US or stop by Tuesday-Saturen-US -en-US day, from 4-9 p.m. or Sunday from 11 a.m.-9 en-US p.m. They are closed on Mondays. Dino's en-USFrom page 9en-USThis friendly fellow is waiting to en-US greet visitors at Dino's Family en-US Restuarant.


en-US 11 rrfntbbbb rfrr ntrb brr nrr tbnbr 103Adoptions rfntbn f r rfnftrb rnf rn fnnn nrrnf nfr tnnr r rfnn rnnnnfr n f nrrrfnrtbtrrrrfrrrrrrnrtrrrfnrnrrrfrfntbrtb ntntbbrbfnrfbrbfn tn rrfntbbbb r n nrrrtt rr rb nr rrrb 131Personals nrr rrrr brbr brfr rbr n nrrrtt rr rb nr rrrb 132SpecialNotices rrfntbbbb r rbr rrr nrrrbnrr trrrr tbr rrrrr tr rrb 132SpecialNotices f rfr rbrrr nrbr ntrr rrbn bt 145Wanted ntb rbr trtrrr nrtrnrtr rrtr tnrnr rrr nrnr r trrr ntrr frrbnrn rfrr brrrrr f rn nrr n nt trrn 132SpecialNotices nb brnr rrr ttrr trnrr 201GarageSales MERCHANDISEMART rb r fntt tr rr 145Wanted rb r rrfntbbbb rtrbn rrr br brr rrr trb nrbtr bnrrrr rr rrr rrt rr r brbnr rr btrrr 205Antiques/ Collectibles/Art bnrbr r rrt bnrbr r rrt ff b bn brb b 205Antiques/ Collectibles/Art Benefit for hunger en-USrelief Oct. 5en-USComedian Brad Upton will headline a en-US benefit for the Treasure Coast Food Bank en-US Friday, Oct. 5, in the Black Box at the Sunen-US -en-US rise Theatre in Fort Pierce. Opening act is en-US comedian Wayne Felber.en-US Brad Upton is known for packing non-en-US stop laughs into every minute. He will en-US soon surpass 6,000 lifetime performances en-US in his 34-year professional career. Mr. en-US Upton was a 4th grade teacher when he en-US stepped on stage for the first time in 1984. en-US He rose through the standup comedy en-US ranks through numerous television en-US appearances, and headlined comedy clubs en-US all over the world.en-US Sunrise Theatre regulars may recognize en-US Brad Upton from his performance as the en-US opening act for Johnny Mathis, who he en-US has toured with for 12 years. Previously he en-US was a regular opening act for Joan Rivers. en-US Mr. Upton has also performed with The en-US Smothers Brothers, Smokey Robinson, en-US Little Big Town, Kenny Rogers, Dolly Paren-US -en-US ton, Lewis Black, and Glen Campbell.en-US Brad Upton is a past winner of the Las en-US Vegas Comedy Festival, and he appeared en-US at Caesars Palace as part of the HBO en-US Comedy Festival.en-US The fourth annual Out Laugh Hunger en-US raises funds to provide food for Treasure en-US Coast residents struggling with hunger.en-US Founded in 1988, the Treasure Coast en-US Food Bank is the largest hunger-relief en-US organization on the Treasure Coast, serven-US -en-US ing the four-county region of Indian River, en-US Martin, St. Lucie and Okeechobee. TCFB en-US serves 100,000 individuals each week and en-US distributes roughly 41,000,000 meals en-US annually.en-US TCFB provides food every day to over en-US 300 pantries, soup kitchens, homeless en-US shelters, senior housing, and low-income en-US day-care centers. The organization also en-US operates mobile food pantries, and assists en-US other organizations that provide food-en-US filled backpacks to hundreds of children en-US for the weekend.en-US Tickets are $25 for general admission. en-US $50 VIP tickets include three drinks: two en-US at the Sunrise Theatre and one at a Meet & en-US Greet on the patio at Sailfish Brewery. All en-US proceeds benefit Treasure Coast Food en-US Bank.en-US The Oct. 5 show runs 7-9:30 p.m. To en-US buy tickets online, visit https://stophunen-US -en-US Remaining tickets, if any, en-US will be available at the door.en-US The Sunrise Theatre Black Box is locaten-US-en-US ed at 117 S 2nd St, Fort Pierce.en-US For more information about Brad en-US Upton, visit The Treasure Coast Food Bank is locaten-US-en-US ed at 401 Angle Road, Fort Pierce. For en-US more information, visit www.stophunger.en-US org or call (772) 489-3034. 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 Write CATCH OF THE WEEK in the subject en-US line, and in the body of the email, 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) Victor en-USGibellina, en-US of Port St. en-US Lucie, en-US caught en-US this en-US 38-inch en-US Snook in en-US the Fort en-US Pierce en-US Inlet. en-USNice Catch!en-USBy Mike en-USwith grace. Look for opportunities for growth with en-US anything that comes your way.en-US CAPRICORN Dec. 22/Jan. 20en-US Capricorn, sometimes the best ideas come when en-US you aren't focused on finding solutions to proben-US-en-US lems. Keep an open mind and all types of differen-US -en-US ent ideas can arrive.en-US AQUARIUS Jan 21/Feb 18en-US Certain things are inevitable, Aquarius. But you en-US can adapt to many different situations and make en-US them work for you. Do not be scared off by larger en-US projects on the horizon.en-US PISCES Feb. 19/March 20en-US Pisces, channel your creative energy into someen-US -en-US thing lucrative this week. This may be just what en-US you need to turn a passion into a career.en-USScopesen-USFrom page 9 en-GBout-laugh-hunger-4thannual/en-GB en-GB Friday Fest:en-GB 5:30-9 p.m., Fort Pierces en-GB Marina Square, first Friday of every month, en-GB weather permitting. (Moves to the second en-GB Friday of the month if event is canceled en-GB due to bad weather.) Friday Fest is a street en-GB festival to showcase downtown Fort Pierce en-GB and the waterfront in Marina Square on en-GB Melody Lane. Enjoy music, food, childrens en-GB activities, community vendors and arts en-GB and crafts. Free admission, free parking in en-GB parking garage. en-GBFor more information, visit en-GB en-GB Food Truck Invasion:en-GB Food trucks en-GB parked at Tradition Square on the first and en-GB third Friday of the month, 5-9:30 p.m., for en-GB a huge outdoor picnic where food trucks of en-GB different origins, cuisine and menus prepare en-GB food cooked to order. Bring folding chairs or en-GB blankets to picnic on the lawn at Tradition en-GB Town Hall.en-GBFRIDAY, OCT. 5 SATURDAY, OCT. 6en-GB en-GB Oktoberfest:en-GB Port St. Lucie Civic Center, en-GB 9221 S.E. Civic Center Place, Port St. Lucie. en-GB Enjoy a celebration of German culture under en-GB a big tent, just like in Munich. Enjoy the en-GB annual brat eating contest, stein-holding en-GB competition, beer garden, bounce houses, en-GB live entertainment, children's activities, en-GB and other fun activities throughout the en-USOuten-USFrom page 9


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