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FORT PIERCETHE BEACHES LAKEWOOD PARK Vol. 17, No. 25 en-USFriday, Nov. 16, 2018 en-US@HometownNewsStLucie @hometownnewsslc @HometownNewsSLC Come and Celebrate 50th Anniversary on November 16th from 11am-3pmFeaturing the FedEx Racing CarThe #11 FedEx Camry is not your everyday Toyota Camry. See the differences between the car in Dennys garage and yours.Food provided by Pepops Pizza Music remotes by Coast 101.3 WHLG 4850 Orange Avenue, Fort Pierce, FL 34947 LOOKING FOR A HOME 7 en-USThis senior fellow is en-US looking for a forever home en-US to spend the holidays. en-USMEET BAM 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 15 Police Report en-US5 Viewpoint en-US6 en-USCOMMUNITY CALENDARen-USSee en-US community en-US events on en-US page 2 Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographer en-USThe Treasure Coast Submarine Veterans Dedications Ceremony was held at en-US the Veterans Memorial Park in Fort Pierce on Sunday, November 11. The en-US Memorial is Dedicated to all the men lost while serving in The United States en-US Submarine Service. Before World War II nearly 200 people were lost. Fifty-two en-US Submarines and over 3,600 men were lost during World War II. From World en-US War II to present over 300 Submariners have lost their Lives. Here, Bertie Sulen-US -en-US livan, Submarine Veterans George Daubert and Jerry Padrta, and Soo Keller en-US stand for the national anthem. en-USDedication ceremonyen-USFORT PIERCE -More than half of St. Lucie en-US Countys 203,131 registered voters cast ballots in the en-US Nov. 6 mid-term elections, of which three races still en-US remain under a recount cloud as of press time Nov. en-US 12. en-US The hotly contested races for Floridas governoren-US -en-US ship, its commissioner of agriculture and Democrat en-US Bill Nelsons decades-old senate seat are grabbing en-US national headlines amid lawsuits from both Sen. en-US Nelson and Floridas sitting Gov. Rick Scott, whos en-US already claimed victory over the sitting senator and en-US accused him and certain South Florida elections en-US supervisors of fraud. en-US Sen. Nelson began the sparring contest the day en-US after the election, accusing Gov. Scott of prematureen-US-en-US ly declaring victory with less than a 5 percent lead en-US and demanding a recount. Irregardless of the senaen-US -en-US tors demands, Florida law requires a recount when en-USCounty sees 61.5 percent en-US of voters hitting pollsen-USBy Donald Rodrigueen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USSeeen-US en-US VOTERSen-US, page 10 en-USFORT PIERCE -The backers of the en-US redesigned Indian River Villas luxury en-US condominium project won a needed en-US rezoning Nov. 5 from Commercial zoning en-US to Planned Development in order to en-US incorporate garages abutting Indian River en-US Drive. en-US City Planning Director Rebecca Grohaen-US -en-US ll introduced the redesigned project, en-US reminding the commissioners that they en-US had previously approved a much larger en-US project on the site about two years prior. en-US The zoning of this parcel is currently en-US C-1 and theyre asking for consideration en-US to the PD to mirror the approval thats en-US been granted to the west side of that propen-US -en-US erty, she said, referring to the developers en-US mixed-use Indian River Commerce develen-US-en-US opment directly across Indian River en-US Drive. Currently what theyre proposing en-US is a three-story condo building, and there en-US would be two of them, providing a total of en-USIndian en-US River en-US Villas en-US rendition en-US approveden-USDeveloper wins en-US rezoning for smaller en-US luxury condo complex en-US at foot of Citrus Avenue en-US Bridgeen-USBy Donald Rodrigueen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USSeeen-US en-US VILLASen-US page 1


2 en-USCommunity calendar SATURDAY, NOV. 17 en-US en-US Dig Into Gardening:en-US 9-11 a.m., Lewis en-US Library, 2950 S.W. Rosser Blvd., Port St. en-US Lucie. Explore different ways to grow en-US vegetables with experts from the UF/IFAS en-US Extension Office. Demonstrations include: en-US growing seeds and transplants, vegetable en-US core season crops, self-watering, en-US hydroponics and floating gardens. Free, en-US public is welcome, but space is limited. en-USFor en-US more information, call (772) 871-5470 or en-US visit en-US en-US Magnolia Lakes Craft Fair:en-US 10 a.m. to 3 en-US p.m., Magnolia Lakes Community, 101 en-US Magnolia Lakes Blvd., Port St. Lucie. Free en-US admission, family-friendly. en-US For more en-US information, contact Judy Fitzgerald at (772) en-US 800-3280 or en-US, en-US or en-US visit en-US http://Maglakes.orgen-US en-US Technology Training Session:en-US Conquer en-US Your Android Phone (advanced), 2:30 p.m., en-US Morningside Branch Library, 2410 S.E. en-US Morningside Blvd., Port St. Lucie. Learn en-US about the more advanced functions and en-US features of your Android Phone. These en-US programs are free and open to the public. en-US Reservations are not required, but seating is en-US limited. en-US To register, visit the library, call (772) en-US 337-5632 or visit en-US en-GB 'Wacky Weeders:' en-GB 8:30 a.m. to noon, en-GB Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens, 2410 S.E. en-GB Westmoreland Blvd., Port St. Lucie. The en-GB Gardens need your help! All volunteers are en-GB welcome, there are jobs everyone can do, en-GB regardless of age or ability. Bring gloves, en-GB clippers and any personal gardening tools en-GB you prefer. Lunch is served; core and school en-GB students can earn double volunteer hours. en-GB For more information, call (772) 337-1959.en-US en-US Dirty Hands Day:en-US 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 en-US p.m., Oxbow Eco-Center, 5400 N.E. St. en-US James Drive, Port St. Lucie. Plant a tree, pull en-US some weeds, clear a trail, and get your en-US hands dirty. This volunteer opportunity is en-US designed for individuals or community en-US groups to explore as you restore the en-US natural areas of this popular preserve and en-US Center. Open to all ages; under age 18 must en-US be accompanied by an adult unless they are en-US a current Oxbow volunteer. en-US For more en-US information, call the Oxbow at (772) 785-en-US 5833.en-USMONDAY, NOV. 19 WEDNESDAY, NOV. 21en-GB en-GB Archery Three-Day Camp:en-GB 9 a.m. to en-GB 5 p.m., Oxbow Eco-Center, 5400 N.E. St. en-GB James Drive, Port St. Lucie. Ages 10-14. 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. $100 per child. en-GB For more information contact the Oxbow en-GB at (772) 785-5833 or email en-GB oxboweco@en-GB en-USTUESDAY, NOV. 20en-US en-US Genealogy workshop:en-US 1:30 p.m., Kilmer en-US Branch Library, 101 Melody Lane, Fort en-US Pierce. Celebrating our Local Veterans: St. en-US Lucie County Veterans Services Manager en-US Wayne Teegardin will speak on the Ardie R. en-US Copas Veterans Nursing Home being built in en-US the Tradition area of St. Lucie County, as well en-US as the soldier for whom it has been named. en-US Free, public is welcome. en-US More information is en-US available at en-US www.en-US 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. This informal writing support en-US group is organized by community volunteers en-US and is free and open to anyone interested in en-US writing. Writers of all genres and skills are en-US welcome to drop in and participate. en-USFor more en-US information, contact the staff at (772) 462-en-US 6870, email en-US en-US or 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 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-USTUESDAY, NOV. 20 WEDNESDAY, NOV. 21en-GB en-GB 'Marsh by Moonlight' guided kayaking en-GB program:en-GB Arrive at Savannas Preserve en-GB State Park, 2541 S.E. Walton Road, Port en-GB St. Lucie, by 4:45 p.m. for these trips. Enjoy en-GB the serenity of the Savannas Basin Marsh en-GB by moonlight during these limited-edition en-GB tours. Cost is $15 per person donation to en-GB the Friends of Savannas, plus the state park en-GB admission fee ($3 for a vehicle with up to 8 en-GB people). Fees must be paid in exact cash. en-GB All equipment use is included with your en-GB donation. Participants should dress for the en-GB weather and bring drinking water and an I.D. en-GB Minimum age for participation is 6 years old; en-GB participants ages 6-10 must be in a double en-GB kayak with an adult. en-GB Reservations required: en-GB call the park's education center at (772) en-GB 398-2779.en-USTHURSDAY, NOV. 22en-GB en-GB Turkey Trot at Tradition:en-GB New charity 5k en-GB run/walk is a fundraiser for the HANDS of St. en-GB Lucie County, a Volunteers in Medicine Clinic. en-GB 8 a.m., Tradition Town Hall, 10799 S.W. Civic en-GB Lane, Port St. Lucie. Family friendly event. en-GB All participants will receive a T-shirt and en-GB finisher medal. $30 to register. en-GBFor more en-GB information, visit en-GB www.traditionturkeytrot.en-GB com/en-USFRIDAY, NOV. 23en-US en-US 'Line to See Jesus:'en-US 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., en-US Lawnwood Stadium, 1302 Virginia Ave., Fort en-US Pierce. Usher in the Christmas season by en-US meeting representatives from local en-US churches, music, food trucks, seeing a small en-US living Nativity scene, and more. Attendees en-US encouraged to bring an unwrapped gift that en-US will be given to children in need by Toys for en-US Tots. en-US For more information or to RSVP, en-US contact Kevin Austin at (772) 341-6672 or en-US kpaust@comcast.neten-GB en-GB Black Friday Full Moon Hike:en-GB 6-8 p.m., en-GB Oxbow Eco-Center, 5400 N.E. St. James en-GB Drive, Port St. Lucie. Tired of the Black en-GB Friday shopping stress and crowds? Take en-GB the opportunity to get away from it all on an en-GB enchanted moonlit hike through the Oxbow en-GB forest. In the soothing glow of the moon, see en-GB what other animals are also relishing a quiet en-GB and peaceful night. en-GB Register for this free hike en-GB online at, NOV. 27en-US en-US League of Women Voters of St. Lucie en-US County general meeting:en-US 6-7:30 p.m., en-US Friendly's Restaurant, 230 N.W. Peacock en-US Seeen-US en-US CALENDARen-US, page 10


3 50th Anniversaryon November 16thfrom 11am-3pm Come and CelebrateFeaturing the FedEx Racing CarThe #11 FedEx Camry is not your everyday Toyota Camry. See the differences between the car in Dennys garage and yours.Food provided by Pepops Pizza Music remotes by Coast 101.3 WHLG4850 Orange Avenue Fort Pierce, FL 34947 Celebrate with Stamm en-USand FedEx Racing FORT PIERCE -Johnny Stamm is part en-US-en-US nering with FedEx racing to celebrate his en-US 50th year in local manufacturing and the en-US public is invited to the party.en-US The famed #11 FedEx Toyota Camry racen-US -en-US ing car will be on display from 11 a.m. to 3 en-US p.m. Friday, Nov. 16 at the Stamm Manufacen-US -en-US turing facility located at 4850 Orange Ave. en-US in Fort Pierce near the intersection of Jenen-US -en-US kins Road. You wont have any problem en-US finding the place: Just look for the Stamms en-US famed Scissor Lifts out front and the crowd en-US taking pictures around the car and the huge en-US #11 FedEx Hauler that ferries the vehicle en-US around the country to races and other en-US events. Mr. Stamm is anxious to get the en-US party started.en-US It will be out in my front yard, and its en-US just like going to the races, he said. You en-US can buy hats, shirts and other things, and en-US were going to have pizza and cokes.en-US No stranger to racing and racecars, Mr. en-US Stamm originally ran an automobile repair en-US shop known as Johnnys Auto & Truck en-US Repair in the 1960s and raced his own cars en-US on the side before he turned 20.en-US I had the track record at the old track off en-US of Angle Road, back to 1963, he said with en-US pride in his voice. We had two tracks here en-US -racing was big back then in Fort Pierce. en-US By the end of that decade, he had noticed en-US the need by utility companies for specialized en-US work vehicles outfitted with lift-type appaen-US -en-US ratus and launched Stamms Manufacturing en-US on July 1, 1968. Within a year he had four en-US employees and subsequently sold his first en-US Scissor Lift to the City of Miami to work on en-US traffic signals. Today he has 25 employees en-US and has continued to improve on his origien-US-en-US nal Scissor Lift design, as well as added a en-US line aerial buckets, security towers and en-US many other items. The employees also manen-US -en-US ufacture most of the truck bodies on-site en-US that will incorporate the various lift devices.en-US We buy basic bodies now and add modien-US -en-US fications for the specific type of work, Mr. en-US Stamm explained.en-US Today the companys products can be en-US found in operation around the globe in a en-US vast array of environments, ranging from en-US utility companies to schools, municipalities en-US and even Walt Disney World. Mr. Stamm en-US made his first international sale to the counen-US-en-US try of Puerto Rico, outfitting more than 300 en-US work vehicles there with lift devices after the en-US country was devastated by Hurricane Hugo. en-US In spite of its huge growth and expansion, en-US Stamm Manufacturing remains faithful to en-US its original Scissor Lift and the company en-US founder said it remains one of the firms en-US most requested items. His employees manuen-US -en-US facture up to 35 of them a year.en-US The new style is still the most popular all en-US over the USA, he said. We sell from New en-US York to California.en-US Now 73, Mr. Stamm said he does not plan en-US on retirement anytime soon and is now en-US actively expanding the security tower lift en-US line of his homegrown company. The Fort en-US Pierce companys towers can even be spoten-US-en-US ted in the parking areas around the Walt en-US Disney World Ticket and Transportation en-US Center that connects the Magic Kingdom en-US with EPCOT Center.en-US We are presently building them for en-US malls, Disney World, police departments en-US and now the military, he beamed.en-US Mr. Stamm admitted business obligations en-US keep him from attending many races nowaen-US -en-US days but said he occasionally makes it over en-US to Bristol Tenn. or more locally to Daytona en-US Beach or Homestead to watch a race. If you en-US can get by on Nov. 16, you can share his en-US enthusiasm over the #11 FedEx Toyota en-US Camry, outfitted with a racing V8 engine en-US and Direct Shift 8-speed electronically conen-US -en-US trolled automatic transmission that can also en-US be shifted manually. Truck fanatics will en-US enjoy viewing the #11 FedEx Race Transen-US -en-US porter that brought it to Stamms, a high-en-US tech 78-foot-long rig that weighs in at en-US 80,000 pounds fully loaded.en-US For more information on Stamms Manuen-US -en-US facturing, call (772) 461-6056 or visit the en-US website at For more en-US info on the #11 FedEx Toyota Camry, visit en-US the website at Donald Rodrigueen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USPhoto courtesy of FedEx Racingen-USFort Pierce manufacturer celebrates its 50th anniversary with Famed en-US #11 FedEx Toyota Camry.


4 en-USTen-UShis week, I thought we would talk en-US about how everything in the en-US computer is connected. By connected en-US I dont mean by wires and other mechanical en-US means, but internally, through the computen-US -en-US ers filing system. en-US Often I hear people say that a particular en-US file (picture or text) is in my word en-US processor or its in my email program. en-US That implies that the file in question can be en-US accessed only with that particular program. en-US Not so. en-US Let me explain; most programs on your en-US computer are capable of opening different en-US types of files. For instance, word processors en-US such as Microsoft Word or Works Word en-US Processor are for working with text files, en-US while photo editors, such as Paint Shop Pro en-US and PhotoShop are just the thing for en-US working with pictures. en-US The files themselves are not stored within en-US the program, they are stored somewhere on en-US the hard drive, available to any program en-US capable of working with them. That means en-US you can share files often times with many en-US other programs. All you really need to en-US know is where on your hard drive the files en-US really live. en-US This is an example of a typical file name en-US complete with its path on the hard drive: en-US c:\users\owner\documents\filename.docxen-US en-US The path tells how to get to a files location en-US on the hard drive. en-US Lets take a closer look: The c:\ indicates en-US what disk drive the file is stored on. Each en-US disk drive on the computer has a letter en-US assigned to it with a: and b: reserved for en-US floppy drives (remember those?), your hard en-US drive (c:), and your CD-Rom (typically d:), en-US and so on. The drive letter is how we know en-US what drive the file we are working with en-US resides on. en-US The next part of our path, users\, is the en-US first folder or directory. Just like the manila en-US folders you use in a file cabinet keep files en-US organized, directories on your en-US computer organize your en-US computer files. Each directory is en-US separated by a back slash (\) and en-US you can have directories within en-US directories. en-US In our example, the docuen-US -en-US ments folder is in the owner en-US folder, which is in the users en-US folder, which is on the c: drive. en-US The last part of our path is the en-US actual file name. en-US A typical file name comes in en-US two parts, the name, separated en-US by a dot and the extension. The en-US name is what we call the file en-US when we saved it (a fairly en-US important thing to note when saving). And en-US the extension tells the computer what kind en-US of file it is so it knows what kind of program en-US can open it.en-US en-US Once you know the path to a particular file, en-US you can access it from most of your favorite en-US programs. en-US For instance, say you got a picture en-US e-mailed to you and you want to use that en-US picture in a letter you are writing with your en-US word processor. en-US The first step in getting the picture into en-US your letter happens when you save the en-US picture from e-mail. Make a note of the full en-US path and file name when you save it and en-US you can access it any time. en-US When you are ready to import your en-US picture, use the insert menu (typical on en-US most word processors) to load your picture. en-US When the dialogue box comes up asking en-US what file you want to insert, you can type in en-US the files full path and filename or easier yet, en-US just navigate to the file by double clicking. en-US Start in the my pc window and double en-US click the drive letter, each folder and end en-US with the file name, if typing, separate your en-US folders with back slashes and dont forget en-US the extension after the dot. Then click OK. en-US You should have your picture inserted into en-US your letter. en-US As you can see, the path and file name is en-US enormously important. So often I hear, its en-US on my hard drive, but I dont know where en-US or that file is in my word processor. If you en-US pay attention to what name and folder the en-US file is saved under when you save it, youll en-US never misplace another file. en-US Sean McCarthy fixes computers. He can be en-US reached at 888-752-9049 or en-US help@Compuen-US -en-US en-US (no hyphens). How everything is connected COMPUTE THIS en-USSEAN MCCARTHY


5 en-USFort Pierce Police Departmenten-USLa Metria Bivens, 24, of Fort Pierce, was en-US arrested Nov. 2 and charged with possession en-US of a controlled substance. en-US Richard Smith, 55, of Fort Pierce, was arresten-US -en-US ed Nov. 2 and charged with possession of en-US cocaine, and resisting arrest without violence. en-US Linda Woodbury, 55, of Tallahassee, was en-US arrested Nov. 3 and charged with driving while en-US license suspended (habitual offender). en-US Antoine Griggs, 34, of Atlanta, GA, was en-US arrested Nov. 4 and charged with possession en-US of marijuana over 20 grams, possession of en-US amphetamine with intent to sell within 1,000 ft en-US of worship structure/business, tampering in en-US misdemeanor proceedings as obstruction of en-US justice, battery, possession of drug parapheren-US -en-US nalia, simple assault with intent to do violence, en-US and criminal mischief $200 and under. en-US Zachary Murphy, 18, of Fort Pierce, was en-US arrested Nov. 4 and charged with burglary of en-US dwelling/structure causing damage over en-US $1,000. en-US James Williams, 30, homeless, was arrested en-US Nov. 4 and charged with possession of cocaine, en-US possession of marijuana under 20 grams, posen-US -en-US session of a controlled substance, and possesen-US -en-US sion of drug paraphernalia. en-US Whitney Gibson, 30, of Stuart, was arrested en-US Nov. 4 and charged with possession of cocaine, en-US and possession of a controlled substance. en-US Mary Gaddis, 47, of Port St. Lucie, was en-US arrested Nov. 7 and charged with possession en-US of a controlled substance, and possession of en-US marijuana under 20 grams. en-USPort St. Lucie Police en-US Department en-USJuan Girod, 42, of Port St. Lucie, was arresten-US-en-US ed Nov. 2 and charged with writing/sending en-US threat to kill or injure as intimidation. en-US Nathaniel Wagner, 20, of Port St. Lucie, was en-US arrested Nov. 2 and charged with tampering in en-US misdemeanor proceedings as obstruction of en-US justice, criminal mischief over $200 and under en-US $1,000, and battery. en-US John Cannaday, 65, of Port St. Lucie, was en-US arrested Nov. 2 and charged with possession en-US of marijuana over 20 grams, and possession of en-US drug paraphernalia. en-US Slade Miller, 35, of Port St. Lucie, was arresten-US -en-US ed Nov. 3 and charged with resisting officer en-US with violence, swindle/defraud of innkeeper en-US under $300 as fraud, and disorderly intoxicaen-US -en-US tion of public place causing disturbance. en-US Tommy White, 43, of Port St. Lucie, was en-US arrested Nov. 3 and charged with felony baten-US-en-US tery. en-US Michael Savoy, 61, of Port St. Lucie, was en-US arrested Nov. 3 and charged with simple en-US assault on law enforcement officer/firefighter/en-US EMT, resisting officer with violence, battery, en-US simple assault with intent to do violence, and en-US disorderly intoxication of public place causing en-US disturbance.en-US Zion Lodai, 20, of Port St. Lucie, was arresten-US -en-US ed Nov. 4 and charged with possession of a en-US controlled substance. en-US Luckner Petit-frere, 18, of Fort Pierce, was en-US arrested Nov. 5 and charged with burglary of an en-US unoccupied conveyance unarmed, petty theft en-US larceny 2en-US nden-US degree (1en-US sten-US offense), contributing en-US to the delinquency of minor, and resisting offien-US -en-US cer without violence. en-US John Henderson, 38, of Port St. Lucie, was en-US arrested Nov. 5 and charged with grand theft en-US larceny over $300 and less than $5,000. en-US Joseph Barron, 56, of Columbus, GA, was en-US arrested Nov. 5 and charged with felony battery en-US (2en-US nden-US or subsequent offense). en-US William Hodge, 26, of Port St. Lucie, was en-US arrested Nov. 6 and charged with possession en-US of marijuana under 20 grams, possession of a en-US controlled substance, and possession of en-US cocaine. en-US Ephriam Ducloseille, 20, of Port St. Lucie, en-US was arrested Nov. 6 and charged with possesen-US -en-US sion of marijuana over 20 grams, possession of en-US drug paraphernalia, and resisting an officer en-US without violence. en-US Joshua Gonzalez, 19, of Port St. Lucie, was en-US arrested Nov. 6 and charged with resisting offien-US-en-US cer with violence, possession of marijuana en-US under 20 grams, possession of drug parapheren-US -en-US nalia, and tampering in misdemeanor proceeden-US -en-US ings. en-US Michael Muscanera, 56, of Port St. Lucie, en-US was arrested Nov. 8 and charged with grand en-US theft larceny over $300 and less than $10,000 en-US from person 65 years of age or older. en-USSt. Lucie County Sheriffs en-US Officeen-USLuckner Petit-frere, 18, of Fort Pierce, was en-US arrested Nov. 3 and charged with two counts en-US burglary of an unoccupied conveyance en-US unarmed, grand theft larceny over $300 and en-US less than $5,000, and petty theft larceny over en-US $100 and less than $300 (1en-US sten-US degree). en-US Francis Hallenstein, 70, of Fort Pierce, was en-US arrested Nov. 3 and charged with aggravated en-US battery with a deadly weapon, aggravated en-US assault with a deadly weapon without intent to en-US kill, and resisting officer without violence. en-USPatrick Feeney, 59, of St. Petersburg, was en-US arrested Nov. 3 and charged with possession en-US of marijuana over 20 grams, and disorderly en-US intoxication of public place causing disturen-US -en-US bance. en-US Earl Perry, 65, of Fort Pierce, was arrested en-US Nov. 3 and charged with child abuse without en-US great bodily harm. en-US David Petry, 60, of Fort Pierce, was arrested en-US Nov. 3 and charged with driving while license en-US suspended with knowledge (3en-US rden-US or subsequent en-US offense). en-US Krystal Weis, 26, (address redacted), was en-US arrested Nov. 4 and charged with battery on a en-US law enforcement officer/firefighter/EMT. en-US Daryl Benjamin, 21, of Port St. Lucie, was en-US arrested Nov. 4 and charged with carrying a en-US concealed weapon/firearm. en-US Edwin Valetin, 33, of Clermont, was arrested en-US Nov. 4 and charged with possession of a conen-US -en-US trolled substance. en-US James Janezic, 19, of Port St. Lucie, was en-US arrested Nov. 5 and charged with possession en-US of marijuana over 20 grams, possession of en-US marijuana with intent to sell/manufacture/deliven-US -en-US er, and possession of drug paraphernalia to en-US transport drugs. en-US Caitlin Sposato, 33, of NC, was arrested Nov. en-US 6 and charged with possession of cocaine, and en-US possession of drug paraphernalia. en-US Edward Wilkins, 50, of Auburn, AL, was en-US arrested Nov. 6 and charged with possession 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. rfntbttrrrfntrfn r r b r r b n fn rbrfrrrbrfbrb ffft rrrb r fn r 1. 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en-USVIEWPOINTen-USFRIDAY, NOV. 16, 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-US'Stranger Danger' is a mythen-USI see that a bureaucrat in the Florida en-US Department of Law Enforcement has come en-US up with another feel good project to protect en-US the public from a non-existent threat. I see en-US this as a waste of taxpayer money. It does en-US absolutely nothing to make the public safer en-US and possibly puts at risk the life of someone en-US who has had a life failure and is back on the en-US road to being a productive citizen, spouse en-US and parent. Numerous studies have shown en-US that those on the registry are, more than en-US likely, the least to be concerned with. en-US Ninety percent of sexual assault victims en-US know their attacker. "Stranger Danger" is a en-US myth. Ninety-five percent of sexual offenses en-US are committed by someone who is not on en-US the registry. The recidivism rate for sex en-US offenders is 3.5 percent, the rate for all classen-US-en-US es of crime, is roughly 67 percent. There is en-US no scholarly study that conclusively demonen-US-en-US strates that sex offender registries make our en-US communities any safer, in fact they could en-US contribute to problems. en-US As a parent, I would be more concerned en-US about what a drug dealer might slip into my en-US child's collection bag or people who are on en-US the road so inebriated with holiday cheer en-US that I and my child might become an uninen-US -en-US tended target.en-USOlder trick or treaters en-US leave trash behinden-USMy wife and I collected a lot of trash en-US walking around one block the morning after en-US Halloween. We collected candy wrappers, en-US beer bottles, water bottles and discarded en-US masks.en-US We are happy to celebrate Halloween and en-US every year we buy and give out lots of candy. en-US The little kids in costumes are wonderful en-US and you can see how excited they are to en-US roam the neighborhood and collect candy.en-US The problem is groups of teenagers, no en-US costumes, carrying backpacks and pillow en-US slips to snag as much as they can, as fast as en-US they can. Then they tear off the wrappers en-US and leave their trash wherever it falls.en-US We had some kids that were 18 years old en-US and older. I know because they graduated en-US high school last year, and since they don't en-US bother with costumes, you know who they en-US are. These kids need to find other activities en-US rather than competing with little kids to en-US grab candy and leave trash.en-USA change in Americaen-USIt seems that we have let Make America en-US Great Again go to our head, under the curen-US -en-US rent President no longer are we the United en-US States of America, we are America; divided en-US by lying and talking out the side of our neck.en-US I think we as the Republican Party have en-US no moral or ethical values, we are using en-US common sense. Not only are the lies hurting en-US others, they have us losing respect. Now, we en-US are going to cut Social security, Medicare en-US and Medicaid because it's costing too much en-US and that's why we can't get the budget down, en-US says Mitch McConnell. Does our party en-US think we are dumb, simple and stupid?en-US I want to be a Republican Party member, en-US not an afterthought.en-USFelons and votingen-USFor anyone disappointed about the en-US amendment for the restoration voting rights en-US of felons, here are a couple of things you en-US should think about.en-US Number one, if they quit paying taxes, en-US depending on the amount, theyll be a felon en-US again. Also, they should be out of trouble for en-US a minimum amount of time after they have en-US done their time, paid their restitution or en-US whatever.en-US A person who commits a felony, especialen-US -en-US ly a violent one, is not the best of our citien-US-en-US zens. They lose the right to have firearms, to en-US vote and other things. I am all for second en-US chances, but people have to try hard to stay en-US out of trouble. en-USNo vote, no taxesen-USReading about the fourth amendment on en-US the ballot brought to mind one of the princien-US -en-US ples of our founding fathers.en-US Taxation without representation is tyranen-US -en-US ny. If you are a U.S. citizen and denied your en-US right to vote for whatever reason (age, crimen-US -en-US inal background, etc.), you should also lose en-US your obligation to pay taxes.en-USCooler roads prevailen-USWhy is it some of the roads are paved with en-US a light colored asphalt mix and others are en-US getting blacktopped?en-US Dont the roads get hot enough around en-US here? Is it that much cheaper to pave the en-US road with blacktop? We pay plenty in taxes. en-US Any little thing to cool things off here helps, en-US like shade, lighter colored roadways and en-US select clearing of shade trees during conen-US -en-US struction. What are these builders thinking en-US of, other than profit? Its time people started en-US to wake up and speak up. It is later than you en-US think, folks say something. Do something. en-US Before its all blacktopped.en-USFree the sidewalksen-USIn my neighborhood, there have been en-US three barriers for sidewalks up for over a en-US year and a I am really upset about this. It has en-US been over a year and something should be en-USdone about it.en-USMore street cleaningen-USI think the wrecker services need to clean en-US up the roads better. A lot of people are haven-US -en-US ing problems with flat tires after accidents. en-US The wrecker services need to sweep up the en-US streets. en-USSevin Bullwinkle/staff photographeren-USThe Treasure Coast Submarine Veterans Dedications Ceremony en-US was held at the Veterans Memorial Park in Fort Pierce on Sunday, en-US November 11. The Memorial is Dedicated to all the men lost while en-US serving in The United States Submarine Service. Before World War en-US II nearly 200 people were lost. Fifty-two Submarines and over en-US 3,600 men were lost during World War II. From World War II to en-US present over 300 Submariners have lost their Lives. en-USHere, Howen-US -en-US ard Onorato rings the bell for the Tolling of the Boats.en-USHonoring submarine veterans


7 en-USMeet Bam!en-USIm handsome and sweet;-a great combination. Im a senior boy with en-US lots of love to give. I was a house cat my entire life, but a new family en-US member was allergic to me so I have to find another place to call en-US home. I have excellent manners and I get along with other cats. en-US Please take me home for the holidays. Meet Bam at Dogs and Cats en-US Forever in Fort Pierce! Looking for a home en-USof cocaine, and possession of drug paraen-US -en-US phernalia. en-US Bernard Leonard, 24, of Melbourne, was en-US arrested Nov. 6 and charged with possession en-US of cocaine, and possession of drug paraen-US -en-US phernalia. en-US Shawn Donahue, 33, of Port St. Lucie, was en-US arrested Nov. 6 and charged with possession en-US of a controlled substance. en-US Margarito Arguelloi, 28, of Port St. Lucie, en-US was arrested Nov. 6 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of a controlled substance. en-US Christian Simmons, 22, of Port St. Lucie en-US was arrested Nov. 7 and charged with grand en-US theft larceny over $300 and less than $5,000, en-US and dealing in stolen property. en-US Richard Root, 49, of Fort Pierce, was en-US arrested Nov. 7 and charged with aggravated en-US assault with deadly weapon without intent to en-US kill. en-US Thomas Batcheller, 52, of Port St. Lucie, en-US was arrested Nov. 7 and charged with violaen-US -en-US tion of pretrial detention. en-US Kerri Hernley, 30, of Port St. Lucie, was en-US arrested Nov. 8 and charged with tampering en-US with/fabricating physical evidence, and posen-US -en-US session of a controlled substance. en-USFlorida Highway Patrolen-US Jose Augustin, 18, of Palm Beach, was en-US arrested Nov. 5 and charged with tampering en-US with/fabricating physical evidence, and posen-US -en-US session of marijuana under 20 grams.en-US Christian Valerio, 18, of Port St. Lucie, was en-US arrested Nov. 8 and charged with possession en-US of marijuana over 20 grams, possession of en-US marijuana with intent to sell/manufacture/en-US deliver, and possession of drug paraphernaen-US -en-US lia.en-USCrimeen-USFrom page 5 en-USCounty wants everyone to en-US Take a Hike Nov. 17en-USNormally being asked to take a hike can be en-US a bad thing. However, on Saturday, Nov. 17, en-US St. Lucie County is embracing and celebraten-US -en-US ing the American Hiking Societys national en-US Take a Hike Day. Discover the natural beauty en-US of the county, while learning about and feelen-US -en-US ing the health benefits of hiking. St Lucie en-US Countys Environmental Resources Departen-US-en-US ment, in partnership with the Healthy St. en-US Lucie Coalitions Billion Steps Challenge, is en-US proud to host an event that welcomes resien-US-en-US dents and visitors to explore four of the counen-US-en-US tys most beautiful preserves. You can select en-US one, two, three or embrace the full challenge en-US and attend all four hikes.en-US George LeStrange Preserve in Fort en-US Pierce from 8:30 10 a.m.en-US Oxbow Eco-Center in Port St. Lucie from en-US 10:30 to noonen-US Citrus Hammock Preserve in Fort Pierce en-US from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m.en-US Ancient Oaks Preserve in Fort Pierce en-US from 3 to 4:30 p.m.en-US This event is free and appropriate for ages en-US 8 and older. Visit to register en-US or call (772) 462-2526 for more information.en-US St. Lucie County has more than 42 miles of en-US hiking trails and more than 10,000 acres to en-US explore. Preserves are open from dawn to en-US dusk every day and free to visit. en-US Registration is open all year long. Registraen-US-en-US tion is easy, go to https://healthystlucie.walken-US -en-US note


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This is a reduction from en-UStheir previously approved site plan of 23 en-US units.en-US Commissioner Jeremiah Johnson, who en-US admitted a previous commissioner had sat in en-US his seat during the 2016 discussions, began to en-US pepper the planning director with questions en-US about a public kayak launch and controversial en-US bulkhead connected to the project. Ms. Groen-US -en-US hall deferred the technical aspects of those en-US topics to the applicant or his representatives en-US that evening. en-US We could call the applicant up, and I think en-US the engineer can answer that question, she en-US said. The dock was previously approved on en-US the site plan, Its been approved by the en-US Department of Environmental Protection en-US and was also part of the previous approval for en-US the Indian River Villas. en-US William Stoddard, a representative of the en-US developer with the Vero Beach-based land en-US planning and engineering firm Schulke, Bittle en-US & Stoddard, also attempted to tackle the comen-US-en-US plicated issue of the citys Bulkhead Ordien-US-en-US nance, saying it really came down to interen-US -en-US preting the language.en-US Theres no legal description, and theres no en-US bearing and distance that refers to this bulken-US -en-US head line, he said. Thats referring to the en-US existing line of vegetation, and I interpret that en-US to mean where the existing line of vegetation en-US is. You survey it, you set 25 feet and that is en-US your bulkhead line.en-US Fort Pierce attorney Dennis Corrick en-US addressed the Commission on behalf of Dr. en-US Ronald Lyman, an Indian River Drive landen-US-en-US owner opposed to the project approval and its en-US related bulkhead. Mr. Corrick insisted that en-US his law firm partner, former city attorney en-US Robert Schwerer, had warned the Commisen-US -en-US sion in 2016 not to make any decisions based en-US on interpretations of the Bulkhead Ordien-US -en-US nance.en-US I think thats the establishment of a line, en-US its not the establishment of a method for en-US determining the line, and in 1960 there was a en-US vegetation line and the city has established a en-US line that is already there, he said in dispute of en-US Mr. Stoddards interpretation. Mr. Schwerer en-US did raise the issue of the Bulkhead Ordinance en-US and said it was something that needed to be en-US investigated. Its my understanding the Comen-US -en-US mission proceeded without doing that invesen-US -en-US tigation. I believe that moving forward with en-US this project or the prior project -assuming it en-US relies on the interpretation of the Bulkhead en-US Ordinance -leaves the city open to challenge en-US this project.en-US Dr. Lyman himself addressed the Commisen-US -en-US sion, detailing what he saw as several flaws en-US with the project, ranging from the bulkhead en-US to the 28-slip marina and what he viewed as a en-US lack of parking for the project in general.. en-US Theres not enough parking for these placen-US -en-US es theyve got two-car garages and four en-US parking spaces, so people are not going to be en-US able to come to visit, he said. This marina, en-US by the way, wont have any protection -one en-US good storm and its going to be in our lap. en-US And a small HOA is not going to be able to en-US handle the cost of taking care of all that damen-US -en-US age, so it will be for us.en-US One of the project developers, Fort Pierce en-US businessman Rick Reed, disputed those alleen-US -en-US gations and emphasized that the developers en-US and not the Indian River Villas Homeowners en-US Association, would be perpetually responsien-US-en-US ble for the marina.en-US We will own the marina forever -that en-US marina belongs to us, he said. That marina en-US will be held jointly by our commercial propen-US-en-US erty on the other side. The reason why the en-US marina was allowed to be 28 units instead of en-US 12 units is its a commercial marina and it was en-US approved by the state for that so that the puben-US -en-US lic would have access. en-US Mr. Reed explained that he had convinced en-US his fellow investors to downsize the size, scale en-US and height of the original project to better fit en-US in with the surrounding structures and landen-US-en-US scapes, particularly when seeing it from the en-US top of the Citrus Avenue Bridge. He insisted en-US another Fort Pierce resident helped him to en-US see the light on the previously approved en-US monolithic structure.en-US At 65 feet, when you come over Citrus en-US Overpass, it blocks the view coming over the en-US overpass of the river, he said referring to the en-US 23-unit building and emphasizing that the en-US developers could still pull the permit and en-US begin construction on that immediately. en-US Even though the property belongs to us and en-US we go this approved, it always bothered me. en-US Having been born and raised here, somehow en-US even though its our property and I guess we en-US do own the view, I was really bothered by en-US that. We believe this is a better product, we en-US believe this will sell and we believe its a good en-US fit for that property. en-US Some residents opposed to the project en-US complained about the wall of garages facing en-US Indian River Drive, which Mr. Reed explained en-US had been incorporated to block the headen-US -en-US lights of vehicles from shining into the en-US upscale apartments at night. Ms. Grohall told en-US the Commission the garage structures were en-USalso the reason the applicants had requested en-US and needed the PD zoning instead of the en-US commercial zoning presently on the property. en-US The only part of the C-1 District they en-US werent able to meet through their developen-US-en-US ment was that front setback, she said to the en-US distance under 10 feet from Indian River en-US Drive to the eaves of the garages. That front en-US setback under the C-1 should be at 25 feet, en-US and theyre asking for consideration for their en-US accessory structures, which are the garages, en-US which dont meet the setback.en-US Members of the public expressed safety en-US concerns with increased traffic at the rounden-US -en-US about located at the foot of the Citrus Avenue en-US Bridge, a concern echoed by Mayor Linda en-US Hudson.en-US I think there are safety concerns for everyen-US -en-US body involved, including the St. Andrews en-US children and the kayakers and the people that en-US live in the new thing and the people that are en-US coming north on Indian River Drive, she en-US said. en-US In response, Ms. Grohall insisted that safeen-US -en-US ty was always at the forefront of her departen-US -en-US ments decision-making. en-US We have discussed this a couple of times, en-US most particularly not only when this was first en-US approved, but also with the St. Andrews Episen-US -en-US copal, and weve talked about making en-US improvements, she said. As the projects are en-US coming online, we can improve safety en-US through some signage, better pedestrian en-US crossings and things like that.en-US Shortly before the vote on the rezoning en-US request, Commissioner Johnson signaled his en-US opposition and couched it in environmental en-US terms related to the bulkhead extension. en-US We have very limited resources left along en-US the Indian River Lagoon that deal with living en-US shorelines, he explained. Were faced with so en-US many issues today environmentally that are en-US just challenges. To the applicants, I like the en-US project, but Im challenged with the location en-US and the conditions that we are changing. Im en-US challenged with this when were taking so en-US much of the upland area -the living shoreen-US -en-US line area.en-US For her part, Ms. Grohall once again en-US reminded the Commission that the DEP had en-US signed off on the project. en-US I know one of the things DEP looks at is en-US the impacts, and they deemed it to not have en-US any significant impacts to the shoreline, she en-US said. en-US The Commission subsequently voted 4-1 en-US to approve the rezoning request, with Comen-US -en-US missioner Johnson dissenting. en-USVillasen-USFrom page 1


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Free. en-US For more information, en-US contact Dorothy Kamm at (772) 971-2443 or en-US, en-US or visit en-US www.en-US lwvslc.orgen-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 Call (772) 461-0814.en-USWEDNESDAY, NOV. 28en-GB en-GB Sip and Sow Workshops:en-GB 7-8:30 p.m., en-GB Sailfish Brewing Company, 130 N. Second en-GB Street, Fort Pierce, presented by UF/IFAS en-GB St. Lucie County Extension. Dont have a lot en-GB of time to have a traditional garden? Join en-GB the Extension staff to learn what vegetables en-GB and herbs will grow in small spaces. en-GB You will leave with your own vegetable en-GB seedlings to start your container. $5 per en-GB person. en-GB Register aten-GB ufifas-extension-sailfish-brewery-sip-sow-en-GB workshop-tickets-49645405745. en-GB For more en-GB information, call (772) 462-1660.en-USTHURSDAY, NOV. 29en-US en-US Celebrate Recovery:en-US 7-9:30 p.m., en-US Walton Road Baptist Church, 2001 S.E. en-US Walton Road, Port St. Lucie. A free, Christ-en-US centered recovery program offered every en-US Thursday evening. en-USCall Steve Stevens at en-US (772) 285-5668. en-USthe margin is less than 5 percent. As of Sunen-US -en-US day Nov. 11, Gov. Scotts lead over Sen. Nelen-US -en-US son had shrunk to less than 15,000 votes out en-US of more than eight million cast, a margin of en-US only 0.15 percent. St. Lucie County Supervien-US -en-US sor of Elections Gertrude Walker said Nov. 11 en-US she would begin the recount the following en-US day at her offices in the Orange Blossom en-US Business Center.en-US The St. Lucie County Canvassing Board en-US will meet at 7 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 12, 2018, en-US to begin the logic and accuracy testing of the en-US voting equipment to be used to conduct the en-US recounts, she said. The recount will begin at en-US 8 a.m. and continue until all contest recounts en-US are complete. The recount will be open to the en-US public.en-US Floridas 67 counties will have until Thursen-US -en-US day, Nov. 15 to submit their machine en-US recounts, and if the margin remains the same en-US in the senate race, it would also trigger a hand en-US recount. The states supervisors of elections en-US would then have three days to personally en-US inspect ballots with overvotes or undervotes. en-US The more complicated scenario is not expecten-US -en-US ed for the governors race where Republican en-US Ron DeSantis 0.41-percent lead over Tallaen-US-en-US hassee Mayor Andrew would not meet the en-US 0.25 percent threshold for a manual recount.en-US As far as Floridas race for commissioner of en-US agriculture, Fort Lauderdale attorney and en-US Democratic candidate Nicole Nikki Fried en-US led Republican challenger Rep. Matt Caldwell en-US by a mere 2,914 votes as of 8:20 p.m. Nov. 8 en-US for the seat of outgoing Agriculture Commisen-US -en-US sioner Adam Putnam. That minute difference en-US has also triggered a mandatory machine en-US recount. en-US Unofficial St. Lucie County tallies for the en-US contested senatorial race were 63,714 votes en-US for Sen. Nelson and 59,519 votes cast for Mr. en-US Scott. In the gubernatorial race, Mayor Gilen-US -en-US lum won 63,357 votes or 51 percent of the en-US local votes, compared to the 47.5 percent or en-US 58,914 cast for Mr. Desantis. Ms. Fried won en-US 62,315 votes -or 51 percent -compared to en-US 59,147 cast for Mr. Caldwell. en-US Floridas new attorney general is Republien-US -en-US can Ashley Moody, who led Democrat Sean en-US Shaw by more than 500,000 votes. Ms. Moody en-US earned 61,340 votes locally compared to Mr. en-US Shaw, who received 48 percent of the vote en-US with 58,899 votes. Floridas Chief Financial en-US Officer Jimmy Patronis held onto that title en-US but only got 49.3 percent of the vote in St. en-US Lucie County. His Democratic challenger Jeren-US -en-US emy ring received 60,937 of the total ballots en-US cast locally, or 50.6 percent, during the elecen-US -en-US tion.en-US In the race for the District 18 seat of the en-US U.S. House of Representatives, incumbent en-US Brian Mast defeated Democratic challenger en-US Lauren Baer with 54 percent of the vote stateen-US-en-US wide. Locally, 62,037 St. Lucie County resien-US-en-US dents cast votes for Ms. Baer, while Rep. Mast en-US received 61,552 votes. For the District 25 seat en-US of the Florida Senate, a slim majority of St. en-US Lucie County voters -50.9 percent -chose en-US Democrat Robert Levy over former Republien-US -en-US can state representative Gayle Harrell for the en-US last two years of retiring Sen. Joe Negrons en-US seat. Ms. Harrell claimed the victory, even en-US though she only got 59,816 or 49.1 percent, of en-US the local vote compared to his 62,010 votes. en-US Republicans also won the majority of local en-US state representative races. Republican Toby en-US Overdorf beat out Democrat Matt Theobald en-US in the District 83 race with 52 percent of the en-US District-wide 76,833 votes cast, although in en-US St. Lucie County he won only 21,202 votes to en-US the 24,286 cast for Mr. Theobald, In the race en-US for the District 54 seat of the Florida House, en-US Republican Erin Grall received 51,700 of the en-US total 81,582 votes cast District-wide, while en-US Democrat Nicole Haagenson earned 36.6 en-US percent of the vote. Locally, Ms. Grall won en-US 54.7 percent of the of the 8,322 votes cast, en-US while Ms. Haagenson got 45 percent of the en-US vote. In the District 55 race of the House, en-US Republican Cary Pigman won 65.9 percent of en-US the 55,926 District-wide votes against Demoen-US -en-US cratic challenger Audrey Asciutto. More than en-US 70 percent of St. Lucie County voters chose en-US Mr. Pigman over Ms. Asciutto, who earned en-US 583 of the 1,411 local votes. In the race for the en-US District 84 seat in the House, Democratic en-US candidate Delores Hogan Johnson earned en-US 33,574 votes, or 51.3 percent, of the total en-US 65,424 votes cast. Her challenger, Republican en-US Mark Gotz, won 48.6 percent of the vote. en-US On a much more local level, Democratic en-US challenger Sean Mitchell beat out incumbent en-US Anthony Bonna for the District 2 St. Lucie en-US County Commission seat, winning 51 peren-US -en-US cent of the 120,423 votes cast.. In the District en-US 4 County Commission race, incumbent en-US Republican Frannie Hutchinson barely fenden-US -en-US ed off a challenge from Democrat Helene en-US Viviane Henderson, earning 50.9 and 49.1 en-US votes respectively out of the 119,797 cast.. en-US In the race for the 19th Judicial Circuit en-US bench seat, Robert Bob Meadows beat chalen-US -en-US lenger Nirlaine Smartt with 52.7 percent of en-US the total 105,850 votes cast. en-US The Nov. 6 ballot also included several en-US Community Development District elections. en-USIn the race for Seat 3 of the Lake Lucie CDD, en-US Thomas Roksvold won 54 percent of the 180 en-US votes cast, with challenger Patricia Veatch en-US receiving 82 of the votes. Alice Schmitz won en-US the Portofino Shores CDD race for Seat 4, en-US earning 285 of the 470 votes cast. Her chalen-US -en-US lenger Michael Luton won 39.8 percent of the en-US vote. Deborah Pariseau won Seat 5 of the en-US same CDD, receiving 54.6 percent of the total en-US 474 votes cast. The other candidate, Fernando en-US DiSisto, received 215 votes. George F. Hoge Jr. en-US won the race for Seat 4 of the Tradition 4 en-US CDD, earning 64 percent of the 679 total en-US votes cast. His challenger Charles Schillaci en-US won 242 of the votes. en-US The Tradition 6 CDD held three different en-US races. In the race for Seat 1, Howard Rothen-US -en-US man beat out two other candidates to earn en-US 43,5 percent of the 790 votes cast. His chalen-US -en-US lengers, Dennis Keane and Francis Smith, en-US received 273 and 173 votes, respectively. For en-US Seat 3, Frank Carapazza earned 61 percent of en-US the 834 votes cast to 323 received by Mary en-US Milmore; and for Seat 5, Thomas Battaglia en-US earned nearly 70 percent of the 801 votes cast. en-US His opponent Clifford Karr won 244 of those en-US votes. In the race for Seat 2 of the St. Lucie en-US West Services District, Wayne Smith received en-US 66.7 percent of the 6,269 votes cast. His chalen-US -en-US lenger, Viorel Mr. Vio Mocuta, earned 2,083 en-US votes. en-US The host of amendments on the ballot en-US during the 2018 mid-term elections included en-US one St. Lucie County specific issue, the half-en-US cent infrastructure surtax, which successfully en-US passed after its second try within the last two en-US years. Of the 118,657 votes cast, 55.7 percent en-US of voters approved the measure, compared to en-US 52,456 votes against the additional sales tax. en-US The rest of the Florida amendment results en-US were as follows: Amendment one for the en-US additional $25,000 homestead exemption en-US failed, even though more than 60.3 percent of en-US local voters had supported the amendment. en-US Amendment two for a permanent 10 percent en-US cap on annual tax increases for non-homeen-US -en-US steaded property passed, with nearly 70 peren-US -en-US cent of St. Lucie County support from regisen-US -en-US tered voters. The majority of Florida voters en-US also backed Amendment 3, which took the en-US right away from the State Legislature to en-US decide on any new casinos opening in the en-US state and put it into the hands of the voters en-US themselves. Almost 72 percent of local voters en-US supported that amendment. Amendment en-US four passed, which allows former convicted en-US felons to regain their voting rights, with the en-US exception for those convicted of murder or en-US sexual crimes. More than 65 percent of St. en-US Lucie voters approved that amendment. en-US Amendment number five requiring at least a en-US two-thirds vote of the Florida Legislature to en-US raise taxes -instead of a simple majority -en-US handily passed, with more than 66 percent of en-US St. Lucie voters backing it. Amendment six en-US expanding the scope of crime victims rights en-US passed, backed by 64 percent of local voters. en-US Amendment seven on the mandatory payen-US -en-US ment of death benefits to first responders en-US who die in the line of duty and the payment en-US of qualifying educational expenses of their en-US survivors passed, with 68 percent of St. Lucie en-US County voters supporting it. Amendment en-US nine, which linked the unrelated prohibitions en-US of offshore drilling in state-controlled waters en-US and indoor vaping passed, with nearly 70 peren-US -en-US cent of local citizens backing the measure. en-US Amendments nine through 13 also passed, en-US backed by the majority of St. Lucie County en-US voters as well. en-US The official results for the contested mid-en-US term races in Florida were not available at en-US press time. en-USVotersen-USFrom page 1 en-USCalendaren-USFrom page 2


2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S PLEASE JOIN THE CAPTAINS GALLEY FAMILY IN SUPPORTING THE ANNUAL ST. LUCIE COUNTY TOY RUN BY DROPPING OFF YOUR DONATIONS FOR THESE WORTHWHILE CAUSES. WE HOPE TO HELP MAKE THIS A JOYOUS HOLIDAY SEASON FOR THOSE IN NEED. THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT AND PATRONAGE. SINCERELY, Captains Galley Restaurant rf ntrbr ffrbr rfb rf nrbr nfrtrntbntnt rfntb bfbfnrf ntLocated @ 117 South 2nd Street in Historic Downtown Fort Pierce!sunrise theatre 2018/19 season fff Fort Pierce Rotary ClubPromoting Literacy in St. Lucie CountyFort Pierce Rotary Club CongratulatesStudent OF THE MonthIn honor of Captain Adam Snyder CHRISTIAN M. CONDE F P W H SNOVEMBER 2018 Christian is a Senior Student at Fort Pierce Westwood High School with a GPA of 3.40 weighted to an awesome 3.99. He is the son of Donna and James Notofranco. Christians subjects of interest are many and include Meteorology, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering. His awards include recognition by the Air Force Sergeants Association for Outstanding Achievement and Exceptional Leadership Ability. Christian is a member of the Army JROTC (LET 4) and the National Honor Society. In JROTC, Christian has reached the rank of Battalion Command Sergeant Major and has accumulated over 200 volunteer hours. He is on the Rie Team and volunteers at the Fort Pierce Westwood High School Raider meet helping to set up the obstacle courses and time the events. Christian also volunteers at the NHS Beach Clean-up and the not-for-prot organization Twisted Ribbons, a group of volunteers that help victims of catastrophic illnesses with paying their medical bills. He enjoys playing video games, working out, and writing in his personal journal. Christian also likes to collect penny pressed pennies from dierent locations. Christian plans to achieve a Bachelors Degree in Meteorology and serve his country in the US Army. He has been accepted to Embry-Riddle Aeronau tical University, but hopes to be accepted to Florida State University and become one of the very best storm trackers in the footsteps of someone like John R. Hope. The person who has inuenced Christian the most is CSM Fredrico Dottin (RET), who has taught Christian to always try to go for a dicult position because even if you fail, you learn and it shows your competitiveness. Christians most meaningful saying is The most costly mistake anyone can make in life is listening to someone who doesnt impact their life in a positive way. Dining en-US&en-US Entertainmenten-USFRIDAY, NOV. 16, 2018 en-US FORT PIERCEen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSSLC.COM PAGE 11en-USARIES March 21/April 20en-USTake a few extra moments to think things en-US through before making any important decien-US -en-US sions, Aries. Knee-jerk reactions are not the en-US way to go at this time. Careful planning is the en-US key.en-USTAURUS April 21/May 21en-USTaurus, direct all of your attention toward a en-US certain project. Even as you worry about other en-US things being forgotten, you realize the imporen-US -en-US tance of prioritizing.en-USGEMINI May 22/June 21en-USGemini, you are juggling so many things right en-US now, and you may feel like youre being pulled en-US in 100 directions. Slow down and figure out en-US what takes precedence.en-USCANCER June 22/July 22en-USOthers are eager to hear some of your words en-US of wisdom, Cancer. You usually know just what en-US to say in a given situation. Prepare your en-US thoughts carefully.en-USLEO July 23/Aug. 23en-USLeo, you may need to brush up on certain en-USHoroscopesen-USBacon en-US galore en-USFORT PIERCE For the love of Bacon en-US follow your nose to Veterans Memorial en-US Park and River Walk Center Nov. 17-18 for en-US some succulent bacon dishes and tasty libaen-US -en-US tions. en-US The Bacon and BBQ Festival has free en-US admission and will showcase many great en-US bacon recipes and different types of BBQ, en-US each of them with the option of adding en-US some delicious bacon. en-US This family-friendly event has a kids fun en-US zone, plenty of vendors and exhibits to shop en-US and explore, live entertainment and tons of en-US mouthwatering bacon recipes, amazing en-US bacon cocktails as well as delicious deep en-US fried bacon and bacon desserts. en-US For those who would like to help out the en-US less fortunate, the festival will be accepting en-US non-perishable food donations at the stage en-US for the Treasure Coast Food Bank. en-US The festival takes place Saturday, Nov. 17 en-US from 11a.m. To 8 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 18, en-US from 11a.m. to 7 p.m. and is located along en-US the water at Veteran Memorial Park/Riveren-US -en-US walk Center 600 N. Indian River Drive, en-US Fort Pierce.en-US For more information, please visit www.en-US For Hometown News en-USnewsfp@hometownnewsol.comen-US Thats right, its time for en-US the Bacon and BBQ en-US Festival en-USSeeen-US en-US SCOPESen-US, page 14


12 FORT PIERCE Being a guardian on an en-USHonor Flight is one day you will remember en-US forever. If you live in Indian River Martin, en-US Palm Beach, Okeechobee and St. Lucie en-US counties, Southeast Florida Honor Flight en-US wants you to fly with them as a veteran, a en-US guardian or volunteer.en-US This all-volunteer organization makes it en-US possible for World War II, Korean and Vieten-US -en-US nam veterans to visit Washington D.C. en-US memorials for a day. SEFL Honor Flight en-US raises funds all year long for four flights a en-US year; 2019 flight dates are April 13, May, 11, en-US with September and October to be en-US announced soon.en-US Guardians are required to attend a three-en-US hour training and pay $400 for the privilege en-US of making sure the veteran has the time of en-US his or her life on this special day.en-US The day starts at 3:45 a.m. in Stuart, en-US where a busload of guardians, veterans and en-US volunteers is escorted to Palm Beach Interen-US -en-US national Airport. Along the bus route, many en-US fire stations and citizens are up early to wave en-US flags and cheer the vets on. Throughout the en-US day, police and fire escorts are on hand at en-US every stop, so the Honor Flight is not en-US stopped by one traffic signal. Honor Flights en-US visit Arlington National Cemetery, witness en-US the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of en-US the Unknown Soldier, the Air Force Memoen-US -en-US rial, and lunch usually at the Arlington en-US Knights of Columbus. The afternoon is for en-US visiting the World War II, Korean and Vieten-US -en-US nam War Memorials. Everywhere the en-US Honor Flight vets go, they are greeted with en-US appreciation, cheers and hugs. en-US Honor Flights are well organized by volen-US -en-US unteers who also travel with the veterans. en-US Wheelchairs are provided for the veterans, en-US who may not need one ordinarily, but theres en-US a great deal of walking, and guardians en-US always encourage vets to use the chairs for en-US veteran safety and comfort. There are meden-US -en-US ics, nurses, tour guides, and many other volen-US -en-US unteers who are ready to loan and unload en-US wheelchairs, and see that veterans safely exit en-US and enter the buses. en-US On the flight home, veterans receive a en-US surprise package of mail, from loved ones en-US and school children thanking them for their en-US service. The biggest surprise of all awaits en-US veterans at PBIA, where a homecoming en-US crowd is waiting to cheer, wave flags, shake en-US hands and hug veterans and guardians.en-US A recent Oct. 13 homecoming was the en-US biggest yet, and covered by WPTV, Channel en-US 5. en-US Author, photographer and professor, en-US Wendy Dwyer, who has been on numerous en-US Honor Flights, says no two flights are the en-US same because every veteran is different. en-US October 13th was Dr. Singhs 25th flight en-US and that day made it more of a celebration en-US for everyone. Shamsher Singh, M.D., a St. en-US Lucie county dermatologist, is a tireless proen-US -en-US moter and fund raiser for SEFL Honor en-US Flight.en-US St. Lucie Countys Property Appraiser, en-US Michelle Franklin, was a first-time guardian en-US October 13, and says, It was truly an emoen-US -en-US tional day and one that will forever remain a en-US cherished memory. en-US Rhonda Blakey, Director of development en-US and Public Relations for St. Andrews Episen-US -en-US copal Academy, escorted her father, World en-US WarII veteran Calvin Heathman. Blakey en-US says, This day was so emotional and moven-US-en-US ing for me. I will never forget it, from start en-US to finish. Southeast Honor Flight did a en-US remarkable job. en-US You can be a part of this experience. Visit en-US Southeast Florida Honor Flight at https://en-US Complete an en-US application to be a guardian or veteran. en-US Consider contributing to this wonderful en-US experience for those who fought to keep our en-US country free.en-USHonor Flight: One day you wont want to missen-USBy Mayor Linda Hudsonen-USFor Hometown News Photo courtesy of Linda Hudson en-USKorean War Veteran, Harold en-US Sterenberg,with Guardian, Fort en-US Pierce, Mayor Linda Hudson, at the Koran War Memorial.   For the en-USfirst time, SEFL Honor Flight flew en-US more Korean War and Vietnam veterans than World War II   Photo courtesy of Linda Hudson en-USFormer U.S. Senator and presien-US-en-US dential candidate, Bob Dole, is en-US usually on hand to greet Honor en-US Flight vets, shown here with en-US World War II U.S. Navy vet Mike en-US Samodai and Dr. Shamsher en-US Singh on Oct. 13. 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) Mercedes Chesser, en-US26, snapper caught en-US off the dock in en-US Lagoon Greenway en-US Park in Vero Beachen-USNice en-US Catch!


13 Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers! 772-46 4-0407 G T 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 NOVEMBER SPECIALS$25 7 am 8 am $30 8 am 11 am $25 after 11 amIncludes green and cart fees Expires 11.30.18 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S A en-USs I have watched the election results en-US here in Florida over the weekend, I en-US found myself wondering if we were en-US headed for yet another fiasco. Only this en-US time, three races are being affected, not just en-US one. The races to determine our next en-US Governor, Senator and Commissioner of en-US Agriculture are all too close to call. en-US Ron DeSantis leads Andrew Gillum by en-US about 35,000 votes. Rick Scott leads Bill en-US Nelson by just over 13,000 votes and Nicole en-US Fried leads Matt Caldwell by a mere 5,000 en-US votes. Each of these will eventually, or so we en-US hope, be decided when the final re-count of en-US votes is complete.en-US The craziness of thinking that our fine en-US state will once again be the butt of late night en-US jokes gave me such a headache that I dozed en-US off on the sofa and in the middle of my en-US restless sleep, I began to dream. Instead of en-US spending millions upon millions in attorney en-US fees, each fighting to get their way, the en-US candidates agreed to settle the matter like en-US people of old. The races would be settled in en-US a sporting manner, on the golf course.en-US The first problem was deciding which en-US golf course would host this competition. en-US President Donald Trump quickly stepped en-US up and invited everyone to his Trump en-US International Golf Club in West Palm en-US Beach. To say this did not go over well with en-US the Democrats, would be putting it mildly. en-US There would be no home-field advantage.en-US The six of them finally decided on a en-US course, the name and location of which en-US shall be kept secret to protect the innocent, en-US and the matches were officially on.en-US DeSantis arrived first. He headed to the en-US driving range and began pounding balls to en-US the far side of the range. Gillum arrived en-US next and decided he would start by rolling en-US in some putts on the practice green. en-US Both Scott and Nelson nearly missed en-US their 10 a.m. start. Scotts excuse involved en-US something about dumping fresh, bottled en-US water into the St. Lucie River, while Nelson en-US simply over-slept.en-US Fried and Caldwell were the last to show. en-US It appears their tractors were not equipped en-US with the latest GPS systems and they wound en-US up helping a farmer plow a field before en-US making it to the golf course. Of the six en-US competitors, this pair was, by far, the most en-US civil. en-US Of course, I was chosen to referee the en-US match. All six candidates wanted input en-US from the gallery to decide which set of tees en-US to play from. The Democrats wanted to en-US make sure that everyone would get to vote en-US and that each of those votes would be en-US counted. The Republicans agreed, but just en-US as we were about to tee off, a box of en-US uncounted votes turned up sitting next to en-US the hot dog cart by the range. We spent the en-US next hour debating whether those votes en-US were legitimate or not.en-US The event would be played under match en-US play rules. In honor of our electoral college, en-US winning the harder holes would be worth en-US more than winning the easier holes. It en-US would be the candidate who won the most en-US electoral handicap points who would en-US occupy his or her respective office. Conen-US -en-US fused? So was I, but somehow it made en-US perfect sense to the politicians.en-US At the first tee, I went through the en-US candidates bags and made sure that they en-US only had 14 clubs, had properly marked and en-US could identify their golf balls, and decided en-US who would hit first. Gillum had too many en-US clubs, and golf balls that were marked, I en-US love the FBI. en-US Predictably, Scotts golf balls were marked en-US Go Navy, and he quickly proceeded to hit en-US a couple into the lake on the first hole. en-US Oddly, he thought that since they were en-US Navy golf balls, they would like the water en-US and float. Maybe he picked up the submaen-US -en-US rine ones instead.en-US DeSantis had mysteriously replaced most en-US of his woods with rifles and other firearms. en-US After producing the proper permits and en-US promising to observe a two-hole waiting en-US period before firing them, he was allowed en-US to bring his weapons along.en-US After the seventh hole Scott and DeSantis en-US each had an early lead. Many of the Gillum en-US supporters nearly went home after DeSantis en-US made a remarkable birdie at the 15th. en-US Gillum was so shaken that he conceded the en-US match and then realized he still had a en-US chance to win due to an odd scorekeeping en-US mix up. Apparently, the scorekeepers had en-US forgotten to count all of DeSantis strokes. en-US Gillum withdrew his concession as en-US scorekeepers began a stroke re-count.en-US The same thing happened in the Scott/en-US Nelson match. Midway through the back en-US nine, Scott had what he felt was an insuren-US -en-US mountable lead and declared himself the en-US winner. Nelson was taken aback and found en-US there to be the same poor scorekeeping in en-US his match.en-US At the 18th hole, we encountered a major en-US problem, a problem that would muddle the en-US entire event. It seemed that the gallery had en-US inadvertently trampled the tee shots of each en-US of the candidates, and they were all faced en-US with a terrible lie.en-US Come to find out, some of the gallery had en-US mistakenly thought that they were tramen-US -en-US pling President Trumps ball, while the rest en-US had been told that Hillary Clinton had en-US snuck in and was playing in the event, en-US hoping to undo her loss from two years ago.en-US All the candidates stood lock-jawed in en-US the middle of the fairway, each refusing to en-US hit his or her approach shot until things en-US were resolved.en-US Just about then, darkness fell upon the en-UScourse and my alarm went off. I shook the en-US cobwebs from my head and tried to en-US convince myself that it was just a dream. en-US Then I picked up the morning paper. en-US James Stammer has been an avid golfer en-US and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years. He en-US hosts the Thursday Night Golf Show on en-US WSTU 1450-AM. Contact him at en-US stammeren-US -en-US golf@yahoo.comen-US. GOLF en-USJAMES STAMMER en-USHere we go again


14 en-USWen-UShat is all the fuss about eating en-US turkey? OK, OK, its high in en-US protein and low in fat, a low-carb en-US dieters dream. It is also an inexpensive en-US source of iron, zinc, phosphorus, potassium en-US and B-vitamins. en-US Turkey does have a strange power, en-US though. It has the ability to be a natural en-US sedative. Turkey has an amino acid called en-US tryptophan that helps the body produce the en-US B-vitamin niacin, which in turn helps the en-US body to produce serotonin that acts as a en-US calming agent in the brain and plays a role en-US in sleep. Now you know why everyone falls en-US asleep after Thanksgiving dinners. en-US By the way, it was Abraham Lincoln who en-US had Thanksgiving declared a federal en-US holiday in 1864.en-US Turkey is a variety of the pheasant and en-US recent fossil evidence shows turkeys have en-US roamed the Americas for 10 million years. I en-US cant quite understand that dinosaurs didnt en-US make it, but turkeys did. en-US The Aztecs are believed to be the first to en-US domesticate the turkey. And Christopher en-US Columbus brought turkeys back to Europe en-US and, by the 1500s, turkeys were being raised en-US domestically in Italy, France and England en-US for royalty and the aristocracy.en-US Turkey with all the trimmings was the en-US first meal eaten on the moon by astronauts en-US Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin.en-US Now that you know what all the fuss is en-US over turkeys, lets talk about the best part en-US eating turkey. Do you like it smoked, fried, en-US braised, baked, boiled or stewed? What is en-US best is really up to you, but here are a few en-US tips that might help: en-US Purchase at least one pound of en-US uncooked turkey per person for dinner and en-US leftovers. If your family members have big en-US appetites figure on one and one half pounds en-US per person.en-US Fresh or frozen? Both are great choices. en-US I prefer fresh, though. I think it is a little en-US moister when cooked. Fresh turkey may en-US only be kept in the refrigerator one to two en-US days before cooking.en-US Frozen turkey should be thawed in the en-US refrigerator. 8 to 12 lbs. 1 to 2 da ys 12 to 16 lbs. 2 to 3 da ys 16 to 20 lbs. 3 to 4 da ys 20 to 24 lbs. 4 to 5 da ys en-US Once the turkey is thawed, it may only en-US be refrigerated one to two days before en-US cooking.en-US It is best to cook stuffing outside the en-US bird in a separate dish. The turkey will cook en-US faster, and the breast will retain moisture en-US better. If you decide to stuff the turkey, stuff en-US it just prior to cooking. Dressing should en-US cook to an internal temperature of 165 en-US degrees. en-US How much stuffing is enough? Usually en-US one cup per pound of turkey.en-US A thermometer is the best way to tell if en-US a turkey is done. The dark meat must reach en-US 165 degrees. Be careful not to touch bone en-US when temping, as you will get an inaccurate en-US reading. When reheating turkey the next en-US day, it should be heated to 165 degrees.en-US To store cooked turkey, it should be en-US placed in a covered container, plastic food en-US bag, or wax paper and aluminum foil for up en-US to 7 days in the refrigerator or three months en-US in the freezer.en-US Season the cavity with your secret en-US ingredients for best results. As for myself, I en-US love garlic hmmm, my father used to call en-US it Greek perfume!en-US My all-time favorite sandwich is made en-US from left-over turkey. Thank you for en-US Thanksgiving!en-USTHE TURKEY CLUB en-USIngredientsen-US Toasted bread, lettuce, tomato, cheddar en-US cheese, bacon and heavy mayonnaise. en-US Costa Magoulas is dean of the Mori en-US Hosseini College of Hospitality and Culinary en-US Management at Daytona State College. Answers Located in the Classied Section skills if you want to sail through a particular task en-USthat comes your way late in the week. Get some en-US help if need be.en-USVIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22en-USVirgo, once you set your mind to something, there en-US is nothing you cannot accomplish. Your attention en-US to detail is top notch, but dont let perfection disen-US-en-US tract you.en-USLIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23en-USLibra, putting family first has always been your en-US priority and that will continue in the weeks ahead. en-US Others notice your efforts and appreciate them.en-USSCORPIO Oct. 24/Nov. 22en-USMultitasking can be your undoing, Scorpio. You en-US want to accomplish so much, but you must try to en-US balance your time instead. Clean the clutter from en-US your schedule.en-USSAGITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21en-USFamily affairs move to the forefront this week, en-US Sagittarius. A spouse or a child is in need of assisen-US-en-US tance, and you must set aside the time to help en-US amid your other responsibilities.en-USCAPRICORN Dec. 22/Jan. 20en-USThings have started to settle down a bit for you. en-US Capricorn. Thats a welcome change from the haren-US -en-US ried pace youve been keeping of late. Enjoy the en-US respite.en-USAQUARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18en-USAquarius, its taken a few months for you to find en-US your groove, but you are in a zone and standing on en-US solid ground. Enjoy the smooth sailing thats en-US ahead.en-USPISCES Feb. 19/March 20en-USListen to what others are telling you, Pisces. You en-US have always been good at accepting advice and en-US now is the time to heed others wisdom.en-USScopesen-USFrom page 11 CHEF COSTA'S en-USCOOKING CORNERen-USCOSTA MAGOULAS en-USWelcome to the world of turkey gobble, gobble


15 rfntbn f r rfnftrb rnf rn fnnn nrrnf nfr tnnr r rfnn rnnnnfr n f nrrrfnrtbtrrrrfrrrrrrnrtrrrfnrnrrrfrfntbrtb ntntbbrbfnrfbrbfn tn Add color to your Thanksgiving with Mums en-USWen-USith the thoughts of Thanksgiving en-US in our near future, fall Mums en-US come to mind. Garden Mums en-US come in many colors and styles. Garden en-US Mums are a staple to the holiday season and en-US represent the end of summer and the en-US beginning of fall. Mums are actually fairly en-US easy to grow and can withstand both low en-US and high humidity situations. Mums can en-US actually mimic the look of other flowers en-US such as the smaller flower of a daisy (Daisy en-US Mums) or the larger and fancier varieties en-US that can almost look like roses. You can get en-US Chrysanthemum plants in almost every en-US color but blue.en-US Mums have been around for a long time en-US and I am sure that many of you have helped en-US your parents or grandparents display these en-US colorful gems during the holidays. Most of en-US the varieties that we use here in North en-US America are simply known as Garden en-US Mums with the botanical classification of en-US Dendranthea grandiflorum. About 80 en-US percent of all garden Mums are sold during en-US the fall and early winter. The reason that en-US these colorful plants burst into bloom in fall en-US is because the shorter days, cooler temperaen-US -en-US tures and longer nights all contribute to the en-US triggering mechanism that causes these en-US plants to burst into color. Since this winter en-US is going be an El Nino winter, the forecast is en-US for a wet and cool winter season in Florida. en-US This should be great weather for Mums and en-US other winter flowers that love cooler en-US temperatures!en-US Many people simply buy their Mums in en-US the fall already in bloom from retailers. en-US Others like to plant their own plants and en-US watch them mature and bloom in their own en-US gardens. If you decide to try planting your en-US own, do so in the spring so the root systems en-US can have a chance to get well established to en-US ensure a happy, healthy plant. en-US Mums should be planted in a location en-US that will get only a half-day of sun or en-US slightly less. This is especially true in the en-US areas south of Vero Beach. The areas north en-US of Vero Beach will probably have better en-US results with growing Mums in your garden en-US as the harsh effects of the sun are slightly en-US lessened. You can ensure you will get more en-US flowers in the fall if you pinch back the top en-US inch or so of growth about every three en-US weeks until about mid July. This process en-US will help to promote heavy flowing in the en-US fall. Please note you only do the above en-US process if you plan on growing and en-US maintaining your garden Mums on a year en-US round basis.en-US Mums will grow in a variety of soils as en-US long as it is well drained. Mums do not en-US require a lot of fertilizer but will appreciate en-US a light feeding about once a month with a en-US water-soluble fertilizer such as Miracle Gro. en-US It will also help if you stake your plants, as en-US this will help them to support themselves en-US and keep the heavy Florida rains from en-US knocking them over.en-US If you plan on only using your Mums as a en-US potted decoration for the holidays, many of en-US the same rules will apply. Keep the plant in en-US a bright, well-lit area of the house and do en-US not let the plant get too dry between en-US watering cycles. Remember that potted en-US plants will dry out much faster then plants en-US that are placed in the ground. A/C will also en-US have an impact on your plant's moisture en-US level.en-US As you can see, having and taking care of en-US Mums does not have to be difficult. en-US Growing and viewing these plants can have en-US so many rewards that any work involved in en-US keeping them looking nice will be well en-US worth it.en-US Joe Zelenak has more than 30 years en-US experience in gardening and landscape. Send en-US e-mails toen-US en-USor en-US visit his website, en-USwww.hometowngarden. GARDEN NOOK en-USJOE ZELENAK en-GBTHROUGH FRIDAY, NOV. 16en-GB en-GB 'The Best of the Best:'en-GB The A.E. en-GB Backus Museum & Gallerys annual juried en-GB art exhibition features art in four media en-GB categories: oil and acrylic paintings, en-GB watercolor and water-based media, varied en-GB techniques and three-dimensional works. en-GB Exhibit will be on display Oct. 14 through Nov. en-GB 16. en-GB For more information, call (772) 465-en-GB 0630 or visit en-GB www.BackusMuseum.comen-GBFRIDAY, NOV. 16en-US en-US Page to Screen series:en-US Showing and en-US discussing "Atonement" (2007) from 10 a.m. en-US to 12:30 p.m., Kilmer Branch Library, 101 en-US Melody Lane, Fort Pierce. The film is based en-US on a 2001 book by Ian McEwan. Fledgling en-US writer Briony Tallis, as a 13-year-old, en-US irrevocably changes the course of several en-US lives when she accuses her older sister's en-US lover of a crime he did not commit. Running en-US time: 123 minutes. Copies of the book will en-US be available for checkout in advance. Rated en-US R; no one admitted under age 17 without en-US parent or guardian. en-US For more information en-US about programs visiten-US Library.en-GB en-GB Free Friday Concert Series:en-GB 6-9 p.m., en-GB Port St. Lucie Civic Center, 9221 S.E. Civic en-GB Center Place, Port St. Lucie. Performance en-GB by the Robert Navarro Latin Jazz Quintet. en-GB Concert will happen rain or shine either en-GB outside the Civic Center at Village Square en-GB Stage or inside the Emerald Ballroom. Free en-GB concert, plus arts and craft vendors, and en-GB food for purchase and a fully stocked cash en-GB bar. Free admission and free parking.en-GB For en-GB information on becoming a vendor, call Civic en-GB Center staff at (772) 807-4488. en-GB en-GB Parents Night Out Kids Eco-en-GB Adventure:en-GB 6-11 p.m., Oxbow Eco-Center, en-GB 5400 N.E. St. James Drive, Port St. Lucie. en-GB Parents are invited to drop off children en-GB (ages 8-12 only) at the Center for an en-GB evening of fun, seasonal art, and ecological en-GB entertainment. Pizza and a snack will be en-GB provided. Pre-registration required. $30 for en-GB one child, $50 for two. en-GBFor more information en-GB contact the Oxbow at (772) 785-5833 or en-GB email en-GB, NOV. 16 SUNDAY, NOV. 18en-US en-US Jensen Beach Pineapple Festival:en-US 31st en-US annual festival is the signature event of en-US downtown Jensen Beach. Celebrate the en-US communitys rich heritage and enjoy events en-US for the entire family concerts, the en-US Bahamian Market, arts and crafts, stunt en-US shows, street performers, midway rides. en-US Proceeds support local charities. The festival en-US will take place rain or shine. Family friendly en-US event; children age 12 and younger must be en-US accompanied by an adult over age 21. Free en-US admission daily; preferred seating tickets en-US available online for the featured musical en-US acts. Festival hours are 6-11 p.m. Friday, en-US 12-11 p.m. Saturday, and 12-8 p.m. Sunday. en-US For more information, call (772) 334-3444 en-US or visit en-US, NOV. 17en-GB en-GB Treasure Coast Wine & Ale Trail en-GB Festival:en-GB New event will be held from 1-5 en-GB p.m., Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery, en-GB 4200 Johnston Road, Fort Pierce. Admission en-GB gets you a 2 ounce sample of each beverage en-GB offered by the Treasure Coast Wine & Ale en-GB Trail members in attendance; some will be en-GB specialty beverages made for this event. The en-GB event will also have food vendors and live en-GB music (TBA), plus arts and crafts vendors. en-GB Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door, en-GB which will benefit the Treasure Coast Wine & en-GB Ale Trail. en-GB For tickets, visiten-GB SummerCrushWine.en-GB com.en-US en-US Movie Matinee:en-US Showing 'Sherlock en-US Gnomes' at 2 p.m., Kilmer Branch Library, en-US 101 Melody Lane, Fort Pierce. Animated en-US sequel follows a pair of garden gnomes, en-US Gnomeo & Juliet, recruiting detective en-US Sherlock Gnomes to investigate the disapen-US-en-US pearance of other garden ornaments. Rated en-US PG, running time of 86 minutes. en-USFor more en-US information, call (772) 462-2812, email en-US, en-US or visiten-US www.stlucieco.en-US gov/libraryen-US en-US Saturday Afternoon STEAM Talks:en-US The en-US Moon Belongs to Everyone at 4 p.m., en-US Hallstrom Planetarium, IRSC main campus, en-US 3209 Virginia Ave., Fort Pierce. Investigate en-US the moon in folklore, fiction, and fact and en-US discuss the moon as a way of telling time and en-US finding direction. Also, learn what's being en-US planned for a return trip to the moon. en-US Treasure Coast Astronomical Society will en-US provide telescope viewing after the presentaen-US en-UStion, if weather permits. en-US For more informaen-US-en-US tion, visit en-US en-GB&en-GB en-GBabout


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