Hometown news (Martin County, FL). January 5, 2007.

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MARTIN COUNTY P eople love dogs. Theyre furry and friendly and when dog owners are out with their pet for a stroll, they can expect to be stopped frequently by animal lovers wanting to say hello. B ut not all dogs are simply pets; some are working hard to protect their owners and Laurie Vo lpe, certified service dog trainer, wants the public to know how to r eact to these special animals. On Nov. 7, Ms. Volpe will be presenting an educational chat about service dog etiquette at the Blake Library in Stuart. She will be talking about the roles and purposes of service dogs, how to act around one, and even how they are trained. S he will also help business owners know what to expect when a service dog is present in their establishment and how to spot a family pet that the owner has made to look like a service dog for their own benefit, an illegal practice. There is an enormous need for education and information on what exactly service dogs do, as well as why they are allowed out in public with their person, Ms. V olpe said. Among the information she will present is how to respect a service dog owners privacy by not asking them questions about their illness or disability, the different types of service dogs and how to treat them. I see the need for eduMARTIN COUNTY As seniors spoke fondly about childhood memori es and meaningful life events, students sat, smiled, and listened intently, while caretakers and teachers looked on with full hearts as generations came together for a touching project. Three times over the past few weeks Jennifer P opes 10th grade English class from Community Christian Academy walked across the street to the Kane Center to meet up with a group of seniors from the centers adult day program for the first stage of a class project: interviews for a compilation of biographies. The students went armed with notepads filled with questions and we re just a bit nervous, but their anxiety eased as they paired up with seniors who couldnt wait to share their life stories with the students. I t was heartwarming, said Crystal Edmunds, the Kane Centers Adult D ay Healthcare program manager, who was glad to see so many smiling faces and the mutual respect between generations. The young interviewers asked about favorite childhood games, careers, accomplishments, dreams, even advice for future generations so they could write individual biographies. The seniors were brimming with stories to share. The students will combine their biographies into a bound book for the K ane Center and then celebrate the lives of the seniors with their friends and family at a book signing in December or January. This is inter-generational programming at its best, said Ms. Edmunds, who worked with ComTREASURE COAST M aintenance dredging of the St. Lucie Inlet will begin in early November and will continue through the end of F ebruary 2014. E quipment to be used in the four-month long project, such as vessels and barges, will begin arriving in the area in the coming days. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has awarded the dredging contract to Cashman Dredging and Marine C ontracting. The ACOE contract calls for up to 200,000 cubic yards of sand to be dredged and bypassed to the beaches down drift of the I nlet. Martin County has funded an additional amount of up to 250,000 cubic yards sand to be dredged during this project. The Inlet's impoundment basin was last dredged in 2012. It is designed to accommodate a 3-4 year maintenance dredging interval and has performed w ell safeguarding navigation; however an active storm season in 2012 accelerated filling of the impoundment basin. C urrent surveys indicate that the impoundment basin has exceeded 50 percent of its capacity due to last year's storms which included Hurricane Sandy. The upcoming project is timed to maintain continuous safe navigation through the inlet. The dredged sand will be transported via tug and barge through St. Lucie Inlet Pr eserve State Park. Sand will be offloaded at Peck Lake where it will be pumped via pipeline to beaches in Hobe Sound N ational Wildlife Refuge. Environmental restrictions limit these maintenance activities to a Nov. 1March 1 construction window. The St. Lucie Inlet is a manmade federal inlet that is Martin County's only point of access to the A tlantic Ocean.It separates the barrier islands of H utchinson Island to the north and Jupiter Island to the south. The Inlet connects the Atlantic Ocean toHome for young mothers expandingTEQUESTA Hannahs Home in T equesta is expanding and the community is invited to join in on the celebration on Nov. 2. The nonprofit organization that provides a home for girls who are pregnant and have nowhere else to go is breaking ground for several new facilities on the three and a half acres they acquired surrounding the current building. Right now Hannahs Home hosts four young women and their babies in the dorm, dining room and kitchen. Theres also a schoolroom for the girls and offices crammed under the same roof. W e ve run out of space, said founder Carol Beresford. Thats why shes so excited to have approval to start work on several new projects that will come in several phases. First will be a new two-story dorm out back that will offer a place for twice as many girls and their children as the home can hold now and a new nursery for the infants. After that will come four cottagelike duplexes, a chapel and a caretaker home and it all started with Ms. Be re sfords vision to create a safe place for girls to accept a hand up. The girls can stay in the home for two years after the birth of their baby, and will receive help finishing school or getting their GED and completing college courses for good careers so they can support their child. They will also learn life skills like sewing, cooking, and budgeting, all while building relationships. I t really gets them started out in life, Ms. Beresford said. Its given them the chance to go up instead of down. Ms. Beresford is thrilled that she will soon be able to offer these free services to so many more young women as she continues to fulfill her calling. She can already envision the completed buildings and children enjoying the playground, all 078267 MARTIN COUNTYVo l. 12, No. 22 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Nov. 1, 2013 778840 A little maintenance twice a year can save a lot of time CO MPUTE THIS A6 MAINTENANCE TIME INDEXClassifiedB5 Crossword B4 Horoscopes B1 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Viewpoint A6Advisory lifted near Sandsprit ParkThe Florida Department of Health in Martin County has lifted a health advisory for the waters near Sandsprit Park in Port Salerno and the Stuart Sandbar after samples showed consistent results in the good/acceptable range for enteric bacteria. The health advisory continues for the waters near the Roosevelt Bridge and Leighton Park in Palm City since test results in these areas remain in the poor r ange for enteric bacteria. W eekly testing of specific areas along the St. Lucie River began in November of 2012. Testing at four locations including the Ro osevelt Bridge, Leighton Pa r k, Sandsprit Park and the Stuart Sandbar will continue on a weekly basis. Samples are analyzed for enterococci bacteria, which normally inhabit the intestinal tract of humans and animals. The presence of enteric bacteria is an indication of fecal pollution, which may come from storm water r unoff, pets, wildlife and human sewage. P otential health risks for those who ingest or come in contact with waters high in enteric bacteria include: upset stomach, diarrhea, eye irritation and skin r ashes. S ample results for Martin County beaches and causeways continue in the good range. River and beach water sample results can beNeed to know DA YLIGHT-SAVING TIME ENDSDont forget to turn the clock back at 2 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 3 WEEKEND WEATHERFriday: Overcast; high: 88; low: 66; high tide: 7:17 a.m.; low tide: 1:13 p.m. Saturday: Par tly cloudy; high: 90; low: 61; high tide: 8:04 a.m.; low tide: 1:57 p.m. Sunday: Pa r tly cloudy; high: 82; low: 68; high tide: 7:51 a.m.; low tide: 1:42 p.m. W eather courtesy of www.weather.com Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographerEleven year olds Jordan Greene, Shnnell Snipes, and Emily Bornarth bob for chocolate doughnuts with Shnnel the first to finish at the Murray Middle School fall festival. See more photos, A8.Bobbing for apples?Too tame Inlet dredging project to begin in early Nov. Project brings teens, seniors together Program offers an inside look at service dogsBy Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown NewsBy Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown News See SENIORS, A4 See SERVICE, A2 F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com By Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown News See HOME, A3 See INLE T, A2 See KNOW, A4Support needed for accessible public playground in Jensen Beach PLAYGROUNDA9 GETTING CLOSER

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TREASURE COAST B ealls Department Stores will engage in a statewide partnership with the Marine C orps Reserves Toys for Tots program. B ealls Department Stores has worked with the Manatee County Toys for Tots over the last five years serving as a toy drop-off location at our two department stores located in Bradenton. This y ear the partnership has grown to all 74 locations. To ys for Tots drop-boxes will be in each of the Bealls D epartment stores throughout Florida beginning Nov .15, and will remain in place through Dec.20. "We are very pleased to have Bealls on board the 2013 Marine Toys for Tots T eam," said retired Marine M ajor Bill Grein, vice president of the Marine Toys for T ots Foundation. "Their community service goals certainly align with those the Marine Corps has promoted for more than 65 y ears through our Toys for To ts Program. With their support we will fulfill the Christmas holiday dreams of many additional less fortunate children in the state of Florida, who otherwise might be overlooked." The mission of the Marine C orps Reserve Toys for Tots Pr ogram is to collect new, unwrapped toys during O ctober, November and D ecember each year, and distribute those toys as Christmas gifts to less fortunate children in the community in which the campaign is conducted. F or more information, visit B eallsFlorida.com.Store to be drop-off location for toysF or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comseveral waterways, including the Indian River Lagoon, the S t. Lucie River, the Hobe S ound Narrows and the I ntracoastal Waterway. A safe, navigable Inlet is critically important to our community because it provides access between inland waterways, centers of commerce and private and commercial docks and the A tlantic Ocean. To learn more about this dredging project and the St. L ucie Inlet, visit www.martin.fl.us. cating the public on how one should conduct themselves while in the presence of a service dog team, such as how critical it is to not speak to, look at or pet the dog as it distracts them while working, which could be life threatening, Ms. V olpe said. It will also be an opportunity for the community to learn more about epilepsy and seizure disorders. Most of the dogs she has trained in the last year and a half have gone to individuals with those disorders through the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida. November is also National Epilepsy A wareness Month. There are still many inaccurate myths out there about the decease, Ms. V olpe said. Public education is also necessary for business owners and first r esponders as to how to care for someone having a seizure. R esidents, business owners, local law enforcement, community leaders, everyone is invited to attend the presentation that begins at 6 p .m. at Blake Library on M onterey Road on Nov. 7 to learn more about the function of service dogs in society. 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projects yet to be begun. To help the community see what she sees, there will be a nursery set up on the front lawn for the ground-breaking ceremony, complete with cribs and changing tables. Fr om 9-10 a.m. on Nov. 2 the community is invited to come to Hannahs H ome on 4390 S. County Line Road in T equesta where a continental breakfast will be served and the community can find out more about what the organization does. Even Tequesta mayor Abby Br ennan will be present. Ms. Beresford is so thankful for the support of the community in carrying out Gods plan for her to provide a safe and loving Christian environment for single pregnant young women as they offer hope and transform lives through counseling, life skills instruction, and continuing education. Those wanting to sustain that mission can contribute online at www.hannahshomesf.org or offer construction or product donations or expertise. Theres no set timeline for completion of the phases, but Ms. Beresford is happy with how things are coming together and knows it will happen as God sees fit. I t s what Im supposed to do and theres no quitting until Im done, Ms. Beresf ord said.HomeF rom page A1College, bank to host entrepreneurship conference www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 1, 2013 Martin County A3 078288 Locally owned and operated property/freight transport broker.We Transport RVs Cars (New &Classic) Trucks SUVs Motorcycles 4 Wheelers Boats Anywhere AnytimeVisit us at: www.pettitfamilyautotransport.com Email us at: info@pettitfamilyautotransport.com or call:888.885.2010Licensed Insured & Bonded MC#712587 077716www.Jewelrydesignstudio.netF riday,Nov. 8th 10am-7pm Saturday,Nov. 9th 10am-6pm 927 NEJensen Beach Blvd 772.334.2151 Monday Friday 10am 5pmSave the Date!A ward Winning DesignerDenny Wongfrom Hawaii 077717 Food bank begins collections for holidaysTREASURE COAST Mar king its 25th year in the fight against hunger, Treasure Coast Food Bank launches the annual Great Tr easure Coast Holiday Food Dr ive this month, an effort to ensure that all families in I ndian River, St. Lucie, Martin and Okeechobee counties enjoy holiday meals. W e re so grateful that we live in such a giving community, said Judith Cruz, Tr easure Coast Food Bank CEO. While many families have recovered from the Great Recession, we know many who continue to struggle to put food on the table. For them, a holiday meal is a luxury. Fr om now until the end of the year, Treasure Coast F ood Bank experiences its busiest time as the areas soup kitchens and food pantries work to ensure that everyone gets to enjoy holiday meals. Everyone is encouraged to get involved by hosting a food drive, donating a turkey, or making a cash donation. I f you and your family are seeing brighter days, please consider sharing your time or resources to help someone else enjoy brighter holidays, Ms. Cruz said. Also, involving your children in a food drive is a great way to help them learn about volunteering and compassion. Ne ighbors, church groups, school friends or business colleagues can join in organizing a food drive. Visit stophunger.org and click the conduct a food drive tab in the Action Center for a Food and Fund Drive kit. B usinesses throughout the Treasure Coast are offering their sites as food dropoff locations, including eight St. Lucie Battery & Tire locations. Visit stophunger.org or call Treasure Coast Food Bank to find the place closest to you to deliver non-perishable items. A convenient way to give is through the Virtual F ood Drive online where each dollar donated to Treasure Coast Food Bank provides seven meals to feed those in need. On Nov. 16, Treasure C oast Food Bank will be out with refrigerated trucks to collect frozen turkeys so everyone has a chance to participate in the American tradition of Thanksgiving. B ut a food drive doesnt have to focus only on the holiday meal. Other mostwanted items are cereal, tuna, beans, rice, macaroni and cheese, pasta, peanut butter, canned meats, canned stew, pot-top food items, laundry detergent, and diapers. F or more information or to r egister your food drive,contact Casey Gaban,Treasure Coast Food Banks Community Relations Coordinator at cgaban@tcfoodbank.org or (772) 489-3034. TREASURE COAST Entrepreneurs, educators, business leaders and managers will not want to miss a special two-day Entrepreneurship Conference designed to review resources and best practices to promote entrepreneurship in todays economy. The inaugural Business and Entrepreneurship Conference, sponsored by PNC B ank at Indian River State C ollege, will be held Nov. 67, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Bro wn Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship on the main campus in Fort Pierce. J oin IRSC and PNC to connect with business colleagues for networking events, keynote speakers, tours and many other opportunities to gain tools for increasing business success. R egistration for the event is free and includes the twoday conference, all speaker sessions and lunch on both days. D ay one of the conference on Wednesday will feature three great workshops starting with bestselling author, entrepreneur and filmmaker Dr Stephen Lundin of the F ish! series and will inspire managers and employees to become more innovative and involved. There will also be a workshop on college entrepreneurial programs where Floridas university and college entrepreneurial leaders will share their best practices with participants. In addition to these workshops, guided campus tours of IRSC will feature the new Thomas STEM Center, Bro wn Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and the Treasure Coast Public S afety Training Complex. Thursday at the conference, participants will have the opportunity to learn about economic development resources available through college, local and state organizations. S essions that day will feature keynote speakers from around the state and region. T opics will include: requirements and timing associated with traditional loans, grants, angel and venture capital funding; successful examples of start-ups that dont require someone to quit their job to start a business; using the rapidly growing field of data science to grow or launch business and understanding Floridas future economic drivers. Through the Dan K. Richardson Entrepreneurship Development Institute, I ndian River State College is taking the initiative to offer a wide range of programs and services to encourage entrepreneurship and business success. F or more information email Jo Ann Balsamo at jbalsamo@irsc.edu or call (772) 462-7172.To register, visit www.irscbiz.com.F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com

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TREASURE COAST M embers of the Treasure C oast Youth Symphony are orchestrating a food drive as part of Orchestras Feeding America, a national initiative where Americas symphony orchestras help collect food for their local communities. T CYS musicians are asking concertgoers to bring non-perishable food donations to TCYS concerts on Nov. 4 at the Waxlax Center in Vero Beach, Nov. 11 at the Lyric Theatre in Stuart, and Nov. 12 at the Eissey C ampus Theatre in Palm B each Gardens. F ood collected at each concert venue will be donated to local food banks. This is a great way to help combat hunger in our local community, said S hannon Murphy, a sophomore at South Fork High School and TCYS clarinetist. Our fall musical program, Fantasies and F airy Tales, will be uplifting for our audience, while our food drive hopes to lift the spirits of those most in need in our community. A ccording to the Treasure Coast Food Bank, more than 100,000 people along the Treasure Coast face hunger each and every week. With budget cuts to the Supplemental N utrition Assistance Program, also known as food stamps, scheduled to begin Nov. 1, the need in the community will increase. S outh Fork High School sophomore Vicki Li, a T CYS flutist, who joins M urphy in spearheading the project, says that despite the wealth in our community, there are many residents at or below the poverty level who struggle daily to keep up with the basics. To support the musicians food drive, donations can be dropped in collection bins at any of the Tr easure Coast Youth Symphony performances of F antasies and Fairy Tales. All concerts begin at 7 p.m. C oncert tickets can be purchased at each venue, although anyone may contribute to the food drive. The mission of the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is to provide challenging experiences in orchestral and individual performance for student musicians, to broaden their technical skills and artistic expression, to instill professionalism, and to enhance enjoyment of their musical talents for themselves and for their audiences. viewed at: http://www.floridahealth.gov/CHD/Martin/Beach_and_Ri v er_Sampling.html F or more information,call (772) 221-4090.Access real-time special events information, schedules, facilities on webMa r tin County Parks and Recreation has released a new online Parks Facility and Special Event Lookup system in which the public may check real-time facility schedules for open pavilions, closures, upcoming special events and more. This application may be accessed on the web at http://parkevents.martin.fl.us Desktop or tablet computers are recommended for the best viewing experience. I ndividuals may search by date, park or keyword to check on their interests. The page may also be accessed via www.martin.fl.us "I Want To-->Find/View-->Park F acility and Event Lookup" and also from the Parks and R ecreation page of www.martin.fl.us. Fo r public event details including specific dates and times, contact the event planning organization for more information as the Special Event Lookup may include set up times. munity Christian to develop the idea. Its meaningful and producing something lasting. The seniors will also r eceive a copy of their own biography with a photo of the student with whom they spent so much time sharing their life story. B ut it wasnt just the seniors who got something out of the experience; the students also enjoyed connecting with their elders. They truly care about them, said Ms. Pope, who watched and listened as students returned to class, anxious to share the stor ies they had heard and begging to visit their new friends again as soon as possible. This is a great way to make a connection between the generations. Ms. Edmunds and Ms. P ope hope to make the project that gives seniors the opportunity to be heard and respected by young people an annual one, but Ms. Edmunds also wants to turn the biographies into a series of video interviews. I t s important to preserve these memories, Ms. E dmunds said. All in all, lives were touched, lessons were learned and friends were made through the project that brought generations that seldom mingle together. F riday, November 1, 2013 A4 Martin County Hometown News 078285 078275 1410 SE OCEAN BLVD. STUART283-2227HOURS: MON.-FRI. 7AM 5PM / SATURDAY 7AM NOON Website: AGrecoAuto.com EUROPEANAUTOMOTIVEBMWThe Dealer AlternativeDont Trust the Big Expensive Dealerships?We TREAT All Our Customers Like Family!F amily Owned & Operated Since 2002! 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The Hobe Sound Chamber will host its 28th annual Christmas Parade on Saturday, Dec. 7. In addition to the Parade, there will be a Holiday Arts & Cr afts Stroll from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Dixie Highway next to Taste Restaurant. The Parade begins at 1 p.m. And the route is along Br idge Road and Dixie Highway. The Hobe Sound Christmas Parade is proudly sponsored by Treasure Coast Irrigation/ Rood Landscape and is free to the public. S upporting Sponsors include Bridge Boat and RV S torage and the Hobe Sound S occer Club. Fa milies are encouraged to come early and enjoy cool w eather, holiday craft and treat vendors and the exciting holiday parade. The Arts & Crafts Stroll will feature fabulous locally made items that are sure to make great holiday gifts for friends and family members. F loats and decorated vehicles are created by local businesses, schools and organizations. Hear musical selections from Dancensound DJ and local middle and high school bands. Kids can meet Ronald McDonald, S moky the Bear, Clowns and S anta and Mrs. Claus. F or more information,call the Hobe Sound Chamber at (772) 546-4724. STUART The Solar and Energy Loan Fund is partnering with the City of Stuart to provide city re sidents with free energy assessments to help them r educe their overall energy consumption and monthly electricity bills. The free energy assessments include a complete home energy assessment from a state-certified energy rater, which helps homeowners identify the most cost-effective types of home energy improvements that provide the greatest return on investment. SELF also provides low-cost loans to qualified homeowners in order to help them secure financing for these recommended improvements. SELF has contracted with David Reidy of SunC ool Energy to perform the energy assessments, and to date, he has completed over 800 projects in the Treasure Coast region. Mr. Reidy is a Martin C ounty resident whose business is located in the City of Stuart. The energy assessments have been extremely useful in educating clients about potential energy savings and the SELF program also helps them take advantage of these immediate opportunities, said Mr. Reidy. SELF has financed more than $2 million of energy r etrofit projects, and the average homeowner is r educing their energy consumption by 23 percent. The Treasure Coast R egional Planning Council also provided supplemental funding for the program, which enabled SELF to hire an additional clean energy specialist that works closely with individual homeowners. Mar tin County resident, B ill McConaghy, was hired in this capacity and he is available to assist local homeowners from start to finish as they go through the energy assessment process and consider different types of home energy improvements. SELF finances 2 dozen different types of energy saving products that include basic weatherization and insulation, highefficiency air conditioners, windows and doors, and solar water heaters, attic fans, and photovoltaic. The City is pleased to be working with the nonprofit Solar and Energy Loan Fund to help local r esidents identify and make wise energy improvements. The work being performed through this program is also helping to create greater efficiencies and local jobs, said Eula Clarke, Stuart Mayor. To obtain a free energy assessment,visit www.solarenergyloanfund.org or call (561) 222.9680. Free energy assessments for city residents www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 1, 2013 Martin County A5 778839 778934 Arrests listed were made Oct 18 through Oct 25.Stuart Police Department Michael Owen Navarro, 55, of 3068 S.E.Indian Street, Stuart, w as charged with resisting arrest with violence, with retail theft, with resist transit agent committing theft, with possession/use of drug paraphernalia, and with trespass on property other than structure/conveyance. Brian Ray Smith, 43, of 6510 S .E.Lake Circle Drive, Stuart, was charged with felony violation of probation. Amy Beth Koman, 26, of 2447 Danbury Lane, Palm City, was charged with possession of controlled substance.Martin County Sheriffs Office Rachelle Beth Baird, no age or address listed, was charged with grand theft property valued $300$5,000. Carra Jean Crehan, 34, of 4575 S.E.Pilot Ave., Stuart, was charged with theft and with eight counts of utter false instrument. Michael Dean Harris, 31, of 2593 S.E.Indian Street, Stuart, w as charged with dealing in stolen property, with grand theft, and with giving false ownership information to pawnbroker. Harry Louis Hoffman, 42, of 4230 S.W.55th Ave., Davie, was charged with delivery of methamphetamine, with possession of controlled substance, and with possession/use of drug paraphernalia. Tristan Lewis, 42, of 2402 N.E. Pine Ave., Jensen Beach, was charged with battery on person 65 y ears of age, with possession of controlled substance, and with resisting arrest without violence. Jeffrey Joseph Matthews, 34, of 7750 S.E.Mammoth Drive, Hobe Sound, was charged with driving while license suspended habitual offender. Gerzon Guillermo MendezOrtiz, 28, of 14838 S.W.Martin Highway, Palm City, was charged with sexual battery. Jon David Rashotsky, 46, of 14545J Military Trail, Delray Beach, was charged with grand theft third degree. Christopher Rios, 21, of 2185 N.E.167th Street, Miami, was charged with uttering false bank bill, note, check or draft. William Andrew Roberts, 21, of 4540 S.E.Salvatori Road, Stuart, w as charged with dealing in stolen property. Joy Aimee Saleh, 30, of 1038 N.E.Green Lawn Terrace, Jensen Beach, was charged with uttering f alse instrument, with forgery, with obtaining goods through fraudulent use of credit cards, and with theft. Stacey Alexis Small, 23, of 14658 S.W.168th Ave., Indiantown, was charged with misuse of wireless 911 system f ourth offense. Antron Shawn Thornton, 27, of 14761 S.W.175th Court, Indiantown, was charged with possession of controlled substance and with two counts of felony failure to appear. Willie Lee Franklin, 53, of 360 S .E.Cortez Street, Stuart, was charged with two counts of delivery of methamphetamine, two counts of possession of controlled substance, and with tampering with or fabricating physical evidence. Rachelle Marie Millhollin, 45, of 231 S.W.Yager Place, Port St. Lucie, was charged with grand theft. David Thomas Beckett, 54, of 521 S.Federal Highway, Lake Wor th, was charged with felony f ailure to appear. Melissa Rose Frost, 29, of 4485 S.E.Nimrod Lane, Stuart, w as charged with giving false ownership information to pawnbroker. Desmond Cornelle Isreal, 24, of 2765 S.E.Bonita Street, Stuart, w as charged with possession, sale, manufacture or delivery of drugs between 6 a.m.and midnight within 1,000 feet of public/private school. Jessica Erin McGrath, 20, of 4540 S.E.Salvatori Road, Stuart, w as charged with grand theft, with dealing in stolen property, and with giving false ownership information to pawnbroker. Alfredo Acevedo Mora, 23, of 45 Lancaster Drive, Lake Worth, w as charged with burglary and with theft. Judson Michael Shurley, 39, of 27401 S.W.Martin Highway, Palm City, was charged with grand theft. Jeffrey Lynn Fletcher, 47, of 3190 S.E.Waaler Street, Stuart, w as charged with uttering false bank bill, note, check or draft. Dwayne Mcleod, 30, of 1210 P alm Beach Lakes Blvd.A6, West P alm Beach, was charged with two counts of possession of controlled substance and with possession of cannabis under 20 grams. Nichole Suzette Pejack, 46, of 630-1/2 Cleveland Ave., Stuart, w as charged with felony violation of probation. Laine Tyler Price, 18, of 109 W. Arch Drive, Lake Worth, was charged with three counts of burglary, with grand theft, with theft, and with petit theft second offense. Giovanni Raffo, 27, of 102 N.E. Entrada Ave., Port St.Lucie, was charged with felony failure to appear. Jennifer Trethaway Sade, 41, of 3287 S.W.Sunset Trace Circle, P alm City, was charged with aggravated assault. Steve Mark Samples, 56, of 19168 S.E.Bryant Drive, Tequesta, was charged with felony violation of probation. James Patrick Sweeney, 52, of 1941 Old Dixie Highway, Fort Pierce, was charged with felony violation of probation. Kelvin Davis, 52, of 5717 S.E. Katherine Ave., Stuart, was charged with fleeing/attempt to elude a police officer, and with operating motor vehicle without v alid license. Keith Loring Stuart, 47, of 6423 N.W.63rd Way, Parkland, was charged with grand theft. Joshua Caleb Vigorito, 19, of 3082 Miracle Lane, Port St.Lucie, w as charged with four counts of criminal use of personal identification information, and with obtaining goods through fraudulent use of credit card. Mario Ybanez-Contreras, 36, of 17101 S.W.Magnolia Ave., Indiantown, was charged with f elony violation of probation.Police reportEditors note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions, and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law. F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com Christmas parade returns Dec. 7F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com

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Well, its that time of the year again. Its the end of Daylight S aving Time. This year it began on Sunday, March 10 at 2 a.m. and ends on Sunday, Nov. 3 at 2 a.m. We adjust the clocks ahead one hour in March and move them back one hour in November according to the instructions, "Spring forward, F all back. B ut its not all about getting an extra hour sleep in the morning, theres more to it than that. Some time ago The U.S. Consumer Product S afety Commission decided that the day everyone changes their clocks forward (or backwards) would also be a great time for everyone to check the batteries in their smoke detectors. A pparently there were a lot of deaths that could have been avoided had the smoke detectors been working so they started using the clock change days as a reminder to everyone to check the batteries. And it turns out that the plan apparently saves lives. I dont know what the statistics are but Im sure a patient Google search will tell y ou just how effective the whole thing is. It s also a way to remember to take care of other routine maintenance issues. As a computer fixer I see all types of preventable issues daily. M any issues that (like checking the batteries in the smoke detector) could have been avoided had the computer owner just checked the system a couple times a y ear and performed a few basic maintenance steps. W ith that thought in mind I thought that it would be a good idea to follow the CPSCs lead and advise everyone to use the clock changing ritual that we go through twice a year as a r eminder (not only check the batteries in your smoke detectors) to go over your computer and perform some basic checks and maintenance. Lots of issues can be avoided if people would do a few simple things just twice a y ear. Im sure at this point you are probably thinking that maybe that is a good idea but what should we check? I mean the smoke detector thing is easy just swap the battery with a new one and yo u re done but arent computers a little more complicated than that? Well, ye s. B ut dont let the fact that y our average PC has quite a few more things to check cause you to procrastinate the chore. Ill go over a few of the basics that really should be looked at and youll see just how easy and painless it can be. F irst and foremost you need to have a backup system in place. You really should be backing up on a daily basis but if you just cant bring y ourself to do that then at least do it twice a year when we change the clocks. When y our hard drive does die r ecovering something is better than nothing. N ext, check for dust. Im not talking about dusting the keyboard and monitor Im talking about the air intake grills that are all over your machine. These things need to breathe and over time these intakes get clogged with a blanket of dust that can quite literally choke the life out of your system. Check all the intake grills and remove any layers of dust that you find. Check your power strip and battery backup and remove any old power cords that are no longer in use. Often old devices that are no longer in use have power transformers that still use power even if the device itself isnt plugged in. Pow er up your computer and check the start up r outine. If you have a whole ro w of icons that show up next to the clock and the system takes forever to boot up then run MSCONFIG and uncheck everything in startup except your antivirus. Which brings us to the antivirus make sure its up to date! If your antivirus has been flashing at you that its subscription has run out and y ou have been ignoring that for the last six months, nows the time to deal with it. Go to www.avast.com and install Av ast antivirus. Its free, does the job and keeps itself updated. Get in the habit of checking these things and you may just avoid an expensive service call sometime in the future. H aving trouble with something? Give me a call and Ill be glad to help. Contact Sean McCarthy at (888) 752-9049 or help@ComputeThisOnline.com (no hyphens).A6 Martin County THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE Is this your license plate number? Go to the nearest HTNOffice to verify by noon Tuesday.GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY! STOPBY ANY OFFICEOR CALL!!! CONGRATULATIONS TOLASTWEEKS WINNEROF$200, PA TRICIABOUGH FROMVEROBEACH! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 069550WIN$100 WIN$100This W eeks Prize This W eeks Prize VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, NOV. 1, 2013 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM A couple of little charactersPhoto courtesy of Kim WaserStuart residents Max Ducote and Morgan McNicholas walk in the 2013 Hobgoblins on Main Street Parade, an event presented by the Stuart Main Street and Downtown Business Association, held in Stuart on Saturday, Oct. 26. The truth about driving drunkIn r esponse to the rant regarding witnessing "many friends and family members who have gotten DUIs," I feel I must respond. The writer's complaint is that "those who truly should be arrested is one thing; those who do not suffer undue punishment." Generally, people who drive while under the influence do so repeatedly whether they get caught or not. Those who drink "one drink" and get behind the wheel of a car are breaking the law if they are over the legal limit. Why should that person be exempt from the laws and ensuing punishment? Let me tell you, driving under the influence is not a victimless crime. The driver under the influence may not hurt someone every time they get behind the wheel, but it only takes one time to ruin someone's life, if not take an innocent life. I know I've been there; I was hit in a construction z one at 1:30 p.m. by a drunk driver. I was only going 20-25 miles an hour. The result was I had to have emergency surgery to remove three discs from my neck and now have a plate in my neck and a cadaver bone in my neck. I also have multiple hernias in my thor acic spine, which, at some point, will need surgery. I lost my job because I couldn't return to work full-time quickly enough and Florida is a right-to-work state. My fingertips are still numb (the accident was in 2002), I have extremely hyper-reflexes, and my feet still have areas that are numb. One of my daughters also had to have surgery as a result of the accident. The real kicker is that this was not the other driver's first DUI nor was it his last. While waiting trial for hitting me, he was involved in a DUI accident in another county. B ecause the two counties did not have interactive computers at that time, one didn't know the other had charges pending. What punishment did he get? A suspended license (even though it was already suspended for a previous DUI), a small amount of jail time to be served on weekends (so he would not lose his job), community service, and the standard classes and AA meetings. Poor fellow. He had to pay fines, court costs and probation fees. At least he had a job to have the income to support his family. When are people going to learn that one DUI is one too many? How many more innocent lives will be ruined or taken because someone "didn't think" he/she was drunk? H aving a driver's license is a privilege not right. If you don't take it seriously, you don't deserve to have a license. It sounds to me like the writer may have a problem with alcohol, hence the strong stance against fighting to keep drunks off the roads.Tired of the garbage companyI am writing in regards to yard waste sitting in front of homes for three to four weeks (sometimes longer) at a time. When you call the garbage company they have every excuse in the book. Too much pickupmust use clamp, not enough manpower, running behind schedule, etc. Meanwhile, the green grass that was under the pile is brown and dead. How about we don't pay our bills? That's why they don't care because Waste Pro gets their money from us in our taxes. Please bring back Waste Management. I didnt have a problem with them in 20years.More on teensI must agree about the appalling behavior of teens. Its not only how they behave, but how they dress. They are obnoxious and rude. As a parent who tries to instill kindness and good behavior in my child, I see a lot of parents who dont do the same. I enrolled my child in cheerleading for the first time, and it was not as we expected it to be. The girls did not act like team players and the coach did not seem to care. I, along with other moms, noticed the coach playing favorites, and not giving the others a fair chance to shine. Dur ing an event last week, a couple of the girls spoke to us about how they didnt like how some of the girls behaved. When I responded and said that some of the parents should be embarrassed about how some of the children behave, a parent overheard and said I shouldnt be discussing this with the young ladies. Needless to say, one of the girls was her daughter. It was appalling to see this mom make a scene. All I can do is continue to teach my children as I always have, to be respectful to your elders and treat others the way you want to be treated and use your manners. Hopefully, some parents will read this and realize how their children are acting is appalling.Can I get a ride?Whats wrong with this picture? For $30, a person can be picked up round trip for a day of gambling. But to get a ride to the airport to go see a relative, its more than $50. What has happened in these tough economic times?Do they really care?Government agencies do not care about the children. We call them about abuse in the home and they go in and question the child in front of the child that is being abused. Dont they know better? Once the agency leaves, the child is then subjected to abuse again. Why would you question a child in front of their abusers? Its no wonder people dont trust them. If a child is stabbing themselves with a pencil or cutting themselves and hurting animals, there is something going on in the home. The workers need to listen to the child, not the parent. Thats why there is so much violence in the world. There is raping and killing, and we wonder why this kind of thing goes on. And all the agency does is give the parent an anger management course. Thats not going to help these poor children.We need helpIm trying to raise my grandchildren on disability. The r unaround that people get when they apply for government assistance is horrible. The economy is poor and so are the people who are trying to survive. The government makes trying to get by nearly impossible.Flaws of ObamacareD espite President Obama's assurances, we face fundamental flaws at the heart of Obamacare. His administration is trying to force young people into signing up by penalizing the uninsured. Next year they will be required to pay a $95 fine, or one percent of income, whichever is higher. Does anyone really believe that an unemployed y oungster is going to fork out money to pay a fine to Uncle S am? The government can't and shouldn't put them all in jail for nonpayment. Sounds like a horrible nightmare. Got something to say? Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at (772) 465-5504or e-mail newsfp@hometownnewsol.com. C allers are asked to refrain from making slanderous statements.Statements of fact will be checked for accuracy. T ime to check your PC for avoidable issues COMP UTE T HISSE AN MCCARTHY Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 50 59 Tu rnpike Feeder Road, Ft. 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Earl Stewart is the owner and general manager of Earl Ste wart Toyota in North Palm B each.The dealership is located at 1215 N.Federal H ighway in Lake Park. Contact him at www.earlstewarttoyota.com, call (561) 358-1474,fax (561) 658-0746 or email earl@estoyota.com. Ed itors note:The following column reflects the personal feelings of Earl Stewart.Last Tuesday Earl Stewart on Cars, my weekly radio show which ran on S eaview Radio in North Palm B each for nearly seven years, was abruptly canceled. Ed M orse Honda had threatened to cancel his advertising on S eaview unless Nancy and I we re fired. One of the Seaview broadcasters (William is a pseudonym) sent me an email which you can read below with my response. I chose this as the clearest way to explain both my position and those of the Seaview o wners and management. R ead both sides and you be the judge. William Earl... although we only met twice, I really enjoyed meeting you, and I really like y ou. And I understand your frustration and anger at S eaview for what they did. I saw Chet Tart just a short time after he met with you as I was in the station to do my show that night. I can tell you that he was not happy about what had happened, although he knew it was the right decision for the station. This email is between you and me....Chet has no idea I'm sending it. So this is not his point of view. Earl I agree that Chet was not happy about firing me and he told me that last Tuesday afternoon in my office. He told me that the owners of S eaview, Tricia and Jim had made the decision and he had no other choice. However, although I believe Chet told you that firing Nancy and me was the right decision to make, I dont believe that he truly believes that. Chet is following orders. At this stage of his life, he cant afford to be job hunting. William I'd just like to give you some thoughts that you may not have considered. While I was not here when you started your show, I believe that it started out as a consumer friendly show, with helpful hints on car buying and maintenance, and other auto news. I enjoyed listening to it. Over time, you got into y our "secret shopper" thing, and I think that Seaview probably didn't recognize it as the danger that it was. Earl My show started out 7 years ago and was, until my last show, a consumer friendly show, but it was never a car dealer friendly show. I think this is the false story youre being fed by Chet and maybe others at Seaview who are desperately trying to hang onto their jobs. Sharing the truth can get them fired. You can ask any one of my regular listeners if my show was ever just helpful hints on car buying, maintenance, and auto news. You can also ask the Gary Todd or Dick Farrell, (Ill provide you with their contact information if you like) who worked with Nancy and me at the very beginning what kind of a show it was at the beginning. They are no longer employed by Seaview and can freely tell you the truth. If you have the time, Ill send you a recording from some of my old shows. They are every bit as objective and critical of car dealers as all of my recent shows. Yes, the mystery shopping report was not on the show from the beginning but it has been for several years. We tried it one time and it became hugely popular. Listeners would call in to complain when we didnt have time to get to the mystery shopping report. William Se e, there is a difference between an investigative r eporter, and a personality that owns a business. If the investigative reporter spills the beans on some bad practices of a business, he has no vested interest in it. The station might take some heat for it, but they would have made their decision before it w ent on the air whether to do it or not. Earl I should not be banned as a consumer advocate because I happen to own a car dealership. I totally divorce my car dealer persona from all of my consumer advocate rolls. My book, Confessions of a R ecovering Car Dealer, my w eekly blog, my weekly column for Hometown News, my continuous speaking tours at public libraries, R otary and Kiwanis Clubs, C ondo Associations, schools, churches, synagogues, and my former radio show. I rarely ever mention my car dealership and, when I do, its only when asked or to give full disclosure. I never, ever try to sell anybody a Toyota when I w ear my consumer advocate hat. The media widely accepts my consumer advocate roll. Last week I appeared as a consumer advocate on national TV, ABC N ews regarding illegal and unethical car practices by car dealers. Over the years Ive been quoted and appeared in any number of national mediumCNN, Fox News, W all Street Journal, NY Times, USA Today US News and W orld Report, The Geraldo Rivera Show, as well as local TV and radio. You say there is a difference between an investigative reporter and a personality that owns a business. I totally agree, one difference is that an investigative reporter who also has o wned and operated a business for 46 years knows a lot more about that business than an investigative reporter who never sold a car. Thats what makes me unique because I know where all the bodies are buried. In fact, I buried a few of those bodies myself and hence my bookConfessions of a R ecovering Car Dealer. Ive been there and done that and thats why unethical dealers fear me so. If I wasnt telling the truth, can you explain why, over seven years, not one single car dealer has sued me for slander? Furthermore, my dealership is a model of ethics and integrity among car dealerships. Let him who is without sin cast the first stone, and he who lives in a glass house shouldn t throw stones. I must be without sin because I do live in a glass house and the car dealers of South Florida would be all over me like a cheap Kmart suit if I wasnt practicing what I preach. William W ith a show hosted by the most recognized car dealer in P alm Beach, you do have a vested interest. When you say disparaging things about Ed M orse or another dealer, the implication is that a customer would never see those things happening at your dealership. That may be true, but it's a viewpoint that certainly is biased. It's human nature. We all think our company is the best. Yours probably is. Earl I would be hypocritical not to admit that my radio show brought me tons of business. Im not sure what you mean by saying that it may be true that my dealership doesnt rip off customers like Ed Morse but that viewpoint is biased. How can something be true and biased? Check your W ebsters. William In y our book, you mentioned that while you have tried hard over the years to w eed out bad employees, every once in a while you find a bad one and you deal with it. Now just think if Seaview had the owner of Ed Morse on the air talking about something bad that happened at y our dealership. 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Murray Middle Schools second annual Fall Festival, put together by administration, faculty, and staff, was held at Murray Middle School in Stuart on Friday, Oct. 18. STUART On Nov. 16, from 2-4 p.m. local notables will be sent to The Dog House to raise pet food and cash donations for the pets of needy seniors in Martin County. I ndividuals can also nominate someone they would like to be Sent to the Dog House. Those participating will be contacting their friends and colleagues to make donations to have them r eleased from the Dog H ouse, which will be located at Animal Care Extraordinaire, 987 S.E. Monterey R oad, Stuart. P et food donations will be distributed to lowincome, homebound seniors who receive Meals on Wheels through the Council on Aging of Martin C ounty. F or many seniors, their pets are their only family and their beloved daily companions, said Cathy Knowles, manager of Meal Se r vices for the Council on Aging. Those who are on limited incomes often struggle to buy pet food. We want to ensure that the seniors and their pets r eceive proper nutrition. Each year, Stuart veterinarians, Dr. Ronald Ball and Dr. Wayne Diamond of Animal Care Extraordinaire collect pet food donations for the pets of needy seniors. I n the past we would only promote for donations to the clinics clients, however last year we thought we would be a little more creative to attract the attention of the community to this dilemma, so we constructed the Dog H ouse. With the support of so many, we were able to collect over 2,000 pounds of pet food and raise more than $1,600 for Meals on Wheels said Dr. Diamond. The veterinarians will all take turns in the Dog H ouse, as well, with the hope of exceeding last y ears donations. In dividuals who make a donation of $250 or more can have a little fun and send a person of their choice to the Dog House, providing a great photo opportunity and many laughs. The teens of the Boys and Girls Clubs Keystone Club will also be at the event, selling hotdogs, snacks and beverages to benefit their program, H ope for the Homeless. All are welcome to come out for a day of true philanthropy for several demographics in our community; pets, elderly, teens and the homeless, said Mr. Diamond. Sevin Bullwinkle /staff photographerAbove: Clinic Health Assistant Kim Fishbein from Stuart, dressed as Sleeping Beautys Maleficent, gives some cotton candy to Dawson Wallace, 13, also from Stuart. Right: Brianna Loiodice, 11, bobs for a chocolate doughnut. F riday, November 1, 2013 A8 Martin County Hometown News Call 334-5901for an appointmentThe Atlantic Animal Clinic1315 NE Sunview Terr. Jensen Beach078280 V accineClinicSaturday,November 16th$500Rabies ShotsCash &Check Only 8 AM 11 AM Broken Bones, Bladder Stones... Dont Panic, for second opinion Call A tlantic Animal Clinic30 years ofsurgical experience We may be able to save you money! 078454 077481 077484 077488THE 28TH ANNUALCHRISTMAS PARADEPROUDLY SPONSORED BY ANDS aturday,December 7that 1pm Dixie Highway and Bridge Road Cr aft Stroll at Mars and Dixie 10am 3pm Ma rk your calender to kick off the holiday season and enjoy a great F amily day in Hobe Sound.F or information call 772-546-4724 or email jotten@hobesound.org www.HobeSound.org 778833Fibromyalgia?Y ou Dont Have To Suffer Anymore! W ant Your Life Back? Get This FREE REPORT revealing a new natural approach that is giving fibromyalgia sufferers their lives back without the risk of drugs or surgery. FREE REPOR T A v aila b le F or A Limited T ime Onl y Call Toll-Free 888 506 500824 hr recorded message 078075 077526WEDDING SPECIAL EVENTS HEAD SHOTSGet real about your business so clients can see the real you!STEVE DAUBSJensen Beach,FL 34957 561-445-5483 www.documentaryyou.com Specializing in small business custom head shots, workplace, and product detail photos. Optimize your social media presence Make Your Company Stand Out!FREE 1 HOUR CONSULTATION!restrictions do applyexpires 10/15/13 SPONSORED BY: THE ST. CHRISTOPHER COUNCIL KofC#10718 HOBE SOUND SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9TH, 2013 HERITAGE RIDGE, HOBE SOUND $85.00 PER GOLFER SINGLE ENTRY $310 PER FOURSOME REGISTRATION / CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST: 7AM 7:45AM SHOTGUN START: 8AMBREAKFAST, AWARDS AND A DELUXE L UNCHEON BUFFET Ad Provided By:078682 Jeremy Ortmann, 1 2, wins the tricycle race.Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographer Local personalities to raise money for petsFall festival fun fills the fields F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com KNOWLEDGEISATERRIBLETHING TO WASTE... www.hometownnewsol.com Subscribe Today!

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P ALM CITY The YMCA of the Treasure Coast supports a premise that children will choose healthier foods, including more fruits and vegetables, if products are fresh, locally grown, and picked at the peak of their flavor. To introduce this ideal to participants at an early age, the Ys Teddy Bear Academy Pr eschool visited a local farm so that the children could better understand the benefits of locally grown fruits and vegetables. In 2010 Congress designated October as National Fa rm to School Month in order to improve nutrition, support local economies and educate children about the origins of food. This year, Oct. 18 was designated specifically as Fa rm to Preschool Day. In order to participate along with other preschoolers across the nation, the four and five-year olds from the Y preschool visited D & D Fa r ms in Palm City. The children took a hayride through the fields and the farmer talked to them about how fruits and vegetables are grown in F lorida. The children stopped several times along the way to examine the fruits and vegetables and to ask the farmer questions. They also got to choose a pumpkin and take it home. A ccording to Delia Diaz, the Y Preschool Coordinator, the kids got to pick tomatoes and really got to see how the other fruits and vegetables were growing. They were really interested in the eggplants. They were amazed by how big it was and that it could hang there and not fall. Ev en though the kids from the Y are young, they we re able to remain interested through the whole tour. According to Ms. Diaz, the farmer was able to explain how different foods are grown at different times due to the changing weather so that they would understand it. He also explained where the food goes once its picked. Some kids were even able to identify some of the stores and produce stands that D & D Fa r ms services as the one that their family shops at. The farmer was great, said Ms. Diaz. He knew just what to say to get the kids excited. He invited all of them to return when the temperature drops, so that they could pick strawberr ies. They were all excited about that. Playground committee receives grantJENSEN BEACH The J ensen Beach Community P layground Committee was awarded a $20,000 grant from Ronald McDonald H ouse Charities of South F lorida to help build a new playground at Jensen Beach Elementary that will be open to students and the public. A total of $300,000 is needed to build the new playground. The committee has already raised $60,000, but will need more financial support through donations and grants to meet the build date of May, 2014. The existing playground features pieces nearly 40y ears-old that continue to degrade due to increasing use. The Jensen Beach C ommunity Playground C ommittee and a crew of dedicated volunteers are working to raise the necessary funds to install a custom-built playground designed by local children and the Leathers & Associates design team. The playground will provide a safe environment for the community's most vulnerable special needs children, and the design meets the Americans with Disabilities Act regulations. The custom playground layout includes wheelchair accessible groundcover, therapeutic swings, activity panels, accessible parallel bars and telephone systems. The unique play space will provide outlets that help correct developmental delays and play opportunities for children of all abilities. Jensen B each Elementary is the hub-school for Martin C ountys Autism Spectrum D isorder Unit, and the ADA r egulated components will benefit these students. Children of all abilities will be able to play shoulder to shoulder, learning and growing together. W e are thrilled that R onald McDonald House Charities of South Florida decided to partner with us to build a new playground for the Jensen Beach community, said Denise Faherty, general playground coordinator. T ogether, we are providing Jensen Beach residents with a new public playground that is safe and accessible for all children of all ability levels. The community is encouraged to help financially support the Jensen B each Community Playground Committee. N umerous giving options are available and include general financial contributions; sponsorships, adopting playground components or purchasing personalized fence pickets, bricks and handprint tiles. Volunteers are also needed. R onald McDonald House Charities of South Floridas mission is to create, find and support programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children in South Florida. F or more information, visit https://rmhcsouthflorida.org/. To learn more about giving opportunities and the Jensen B each Playground Project, visit http://www.JBPlayground.com or email info@jbplayground.com. Photo courtesy of the Jensen Beach Community Playground CommitteeA rendering of the soon to be built Jensen Beach Community playground gives residents an idea of what the new playground will look like. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 1, 2013 Martin County A9 Stellas Clothing BoutiqueOpen Mon.-Sat. 10 am 5 pm670 SE Monterey Blvd. Stuart, FL772-463-2391077764A First and Second Chance Store Men | Women | Children. Jeans | Dresses | Tops Accessories | Jewelry Celebrate the Occasion! 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y ou'd be happy. You might even pull your ads. I wouldn't blame you if you did. I've had many advertisers over the y ears who pulled their ads because they didn't like what was on the air or in print. When that happens, the station or paper in question needs to assess the situation and see if the person pulling their ads has a valid point. If y ou had a column in the Palm B each Post and you wrote negative things about Ed M orse Honda, I bet they'd have a word with you, too. Earl I do have bad employees working for me. I have between 140 and 150 employees working for me and there are always a few rotten apples in a barrel that big. I encourage anyone to tell me about my rotten apples including callers to my radio show. If y ou were a regular listener, y ou would know that customers of mine will occasionally call in and criticize their treatment at my dealership. I encourage them to talk and explain in detail their bad experience. I then sincerely apologize and promise to investigate, make it right, coach the person(s) responsible and correct the processes that allowed it to happen. M any are amazed that I, not only allow, but encourage callers to criticize me and/or my dealership. People are also amazed that I regularly encourage car dealers and car dealership employees to call in. I promise to allow them all the time they need and not mute them, talk over them, or disconnect them. Some have taken me up on this but not too many. Not only is this the r ight thing to do, but its very good radio and builds my listener base. William I did not hear what you said about Ed Morse Honda, but from your comment on F acebook, it's obvious that y ou don't like their business practices. Knowing you, I bet y our instincts are correct. B ut that doesn't mean that a r adio station has to give you the podium to make negative comments about their other advertisers....the ones who pay the bills. Earl I said very little about Ed M orse; it was a caller, Frank N ash, who called the show after Ed Morse Honda refused to sell him a new Honda at the advertised price. Ed M orse Honda also added the dealer fee to the price which is a violation of state law. If y ou would like to speak to Fr ank Nash, his phone number is XXX-XXXX (redacted). If Frank Nash or I slandered Ed Morse Honda, he has his remedy in the courts, but as you know truth is the perfect defense against slander and libel. I would agree that Seaview shouldnt give me a podium to say negative things about a car dealer if they were untrue. But are you saying that they should censor my efforts to r eport illegal practices by a local car dealer? William The good news is that in this age of new technology, y ou are not limited to licensed radio and TV stations, or newspapers, to get the word out. You have a blog. You have a website. You are on Facebook. You can do a "radio" show online and as a podcast. Someone mentioned a national radio show. I will tell you that everything y ou talk about EXCEPT the bad business practices of W est Palm Beach car dealers is of interest to a national audience. Earl W illiam, bad business practices of WPB dealers may not be of interest to a national audience if thats all they heard every week. But bad business practices by a local car dealer in Minnesota were of great interest to a national audience, ABC Lookout, with Br ian Ross. I appeared on that expose and the show had very high ratings. You must know enough about what radio, TV, and all media audiences prefer to understand that how to properly maintain y our car is trumped by how not to get ripped off by your local car dealer. Ask some of y our friend what they think about their experiences with car dealers in buying and servicing. Answer this questionWhy do car dealers perennially appear dead last on the Gallup H onesty and Ethics in Pr ofessions survey? Theres nothing the TV and radio audiences would rather see and hear than bad guys being exposed. William S omeone mentioned that y ou could buy the radio station. Let's say you did want to buy a radio station here. If you did, how many of your competing car dealers do you think would spend money with you? Zero! They wouldn't want to give you their money. Earl J im Martin and Tricia W oods have asked me to buy their station, but I declined. This may be one more reason they dont want me on their station anymore. I declined because my objectivity would be questioned if I was the o wner of the station that aired my views. I also declined because I know nothing about broadcasting and I didnt like the potential ROI after looking at the financials. William I think you have every right to say what you do about other dealers. But there are consequences when you do that. Nobody is under any obligation to give you the microphone or ink to do it. If y ou want to continue doing this, you're going to have to find your own podium. Fo r tunately, in this day and age, it's a lot easier. Earl Im not sure youre right about there being no obligation by Seaview to allow my show to continue. My show is a community service show. The airwaves are owned by the people and the FCC and FTC have laws to protect the people. The FCC says that r adio and TV stations must devote a certain amount of their use of the airwaves to serve the public and the FTC says that when groups of businesses conspire to harm or eliminate another business it is an illegal boycott. W illiam If y ou'd like to talk about this some more, I'd be happy to meet with you or talk on the phone. If you don't like my message, I understand. B ut you seem like a really great guy, and I wanted you to look at the entire picture. I r emember the times my heart was broken by a girl who broke up with me. It hurts. B ut after a while, it makes you strong. Earl Ill be happy to meet with y ou or talk on the phone, but Ill be very busy this coming w eek, as you can imagine. William Tr y to hold back your anger, and rise above it. Seaview is a great little radio station, and Chet has been great to me. B ut the name Earl Stewart is better known in Palm Beach C ounty than Seaview Radio. I can't say that about Barry O'Brien. I think you can make this into a positive. Earl Thanks for your advice on anger management but Chet will tell you that I wasnt angry when he fired me last T uesday. Im disappointed in the owners of Seaview, but fully understood that Chet did what he had to do. If I were Chet Tart, I would have done exactly the same thing. I also think hes following orders when he denies the truth of why I was fired. Im getting feedback from my listeners who have called and spoken to Chet, Jim Martin, Mike B alsamo, and others that Im lying about why I was fired. I believe that even Jim Martin may be misinformed and that Tr icia Woods was the architect forcing Chet to fire me. Y ou said in your email that the reason my show was canceled was that it had gradually become more and more anti dealer. This is not true. My shows theme song is the theme from The Good the Bad and the Ugly (Nancys idea) and thats what we do. We tell good stories about dealers when they happen albeit all too infrequently. What is true is that S eaview has found it difficult to sell advertising to car dealers for some time. Br aman, Napleton, Arrigo, Schumacher, and Ed Morse have all threatened Seaview and most have canceled their ads. Ed Morse was the straw that broke the camels back. Earl I believe that Tricia Woods made a very bad management decision. Looking at advertising revenue from one business group as the most important thing to the survival of Seaview is shortsighted. The heart of a radio stations long run survival is their listener base. When the smoke settles the listeners will decide if Seaview survives. A lot of those listeners dont like the way Seaview treated Earl and Nancy Stewart. As the word continues to get out, and this is my main mission ov er the next few months, more and more of Seaview listener will know the truth. S eaviews listener base could be even further eroded should negative facts develop and be made public if litigation ensues. F riday, November 1, 2013 A10 Martin County Hometown News Modern haircuts at old-fashioned prices! Fades Flat Tops Scissor Cuts Clipper Cuts Mens Styling Regular Mens HaircutsMore than 45 years of combined experience! 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 1, 2013 Martin County A11 078450Earl Stewarts Weekly Radio Show Cancelled Under Pressure from AdvertisersRegular listeners of SeaView AM 960's Earl Stewart on Carswill be disappointed to learn that South Florida's favorite consumer advice show has been cancelled because car dealers like Ed Morse Honda threatened to pull their advertising dollars from the station.Earl Stewart spent ev ery Saturday from 9 AM to 10 AM educating Florida consumers about the traps and pitfalls to avoid when b uying or servicing their vehicles.ED MORSE COULDN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH!Earl Stewart will not be silenced:stay tuned f or the All New Earl On Cars Radio Show coming soon!www.earlstewartoncars.comFIRED FOR TELLING THE TRUTH!

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Jessica Berger helps her daughter Alli, 8, to load another pumpkin into their cart at the pumpkin patch at First Methodist Church in Stuart on F riday, Oct. 25.Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographer Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographerJack Scott, 4, of Stuart, finds just the right pumpkin at the First Methodist Church pumpkin patch in Stuart on Friday, Oct 25.ARIES March 21/April 20Seek the advice of a mentor or confidante when a puzzling situation presents itself this week. Another person's perspective might be all you need to solve this problem.TA URUS April 21/May 21Getting the job done just isn't enough. You always need to get it done to the best of your ability and that's why others find you so reliable.GEMINI May 22/June 21F ocus your energy on work this week, as a possible promotion is looming over the horizon. Give work your best efforts, and you will soon be glad you did.CA NCE R June 22/July 22Sometimes the key to success is to know when to step back and recharge. This week, spend some time resting and relaxing, and you will have the energy needed to go forward.LEO July 23/Aug. 23Y ou may be looking for something new to occupy your time. Try learning a new sport or language. It will keep your brain sharp and pass the time in a productive way.VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22T his week is a great time to stop procrastinating and to get back on track. Figure out a time when you have the most energy, and dive right into the task at hand.LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23Get behind a cause that will benefit your community. You have been interested in giving back to others, and this week presents a great opportunity to do just that.SCORPI O Oct. 24/Nov. 22Y ou love to socialize with friends and family, but lately time has been hard to come by. Plan a get-together with friends and family.SAG ITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21Y ou can handle difficult situations with ease and your loved ones know it. When such a situation presents itself this week, don't beMartin County 078266 078283 SUNDA Y BR UNCH P ick and Choose Whatever YouWant! O melette,Waffle and Egg Stations (Handmade while you watch!) B loody Mary Bar Create Your Own! 778835Happy Hour All Day,Every Day in our Bar and Patio Half Off DrinksHappy Hour All Day Every Day-Live Piano Music in the Bar T uesday thru Saturday $5.00 OFFYOUR NEXT PURCHASE OF $20 OR MORE.$5.00 off your next purchase of $20 or more at participating locations only. Not valid for alcoholic beverages. Not available with any other discounts, specials, coupons or offers. Does not include tax or gratuity. Cannot be redeemed for cash. Limit one coupon per table per visit. JEN5OFF MARTIN COUNTY Check your stress at the door, sit down, relax, and enjoy the show because Jennifer Jones, director of S tarStruck Theaters upcoming TeenStars production of The Drowsy Chaperone is certain theater patrons will enjoy themselves. It s a bizarre story of a man in his home who innocently puts on a record of his favorite 1920s musical and watches as the characters come to life in his living r oom. There is fun music, dancing and dramatic characters like the cigar-smoking producer Feldzieg, played by Andrew Rodgers, and Kitty, a ditzy flapper, played by Andrea Colletti. The Musical within a C omedy unfolds as Janet v an de Graaff, played by K atie Rodgers, decides to give up her career as a Br oadway star for married life. Feldzieg hopes to persuade her to stay in showbiz and as the hilarious plot thickens the man in the chair who started it all, played by Spencer Ballantyne, offers commentary. I t is hilarious, Ms. Jones said. Its pure fun. Howev er, even more exciting for her than watching musical numbers like T oledo Surprise put audiences in stitches is the concept of introducing the show to area residents for STUART Foodies, music lovers and anyone with a passion for all things nautical unite for Stuarts first ever Seafood Festival! The inaugural two-day event at Memorial Park in S tuart on Nov. 16-17 will offer hours of live music, vendors selling everything from ocean-inspired jewelry to clothing, and as much seafood as a heart could desire. I call it a nautical extravaganza, said Lainey R uskay, event coordinator. A ccording to Ms. Ruska and event manager Lindsay Nickerson its about time for such a festival in S tuart considering the city is surrounded by water. There will be live music by Br ett Duff Acoustic, The S amantha Russell Band, The Long Run Eagles Tribute Band and The Dave M atthews Tribute Band on S aturday and the Killbillies, Fresh Catch and the FRIDAY, NOV. 1 Twilight Honor Flight 5k: 5:45 p.m., Witham Field, Stuart. Runners provided with red, white and blue glow gear will run the airport amid the nighttime aerial acrobatics, fireworks and balloon glow. T he event benefits Honor Flight, an organization that flies W orld War II veterans to W ashington D.C. to see the W orld War II monument. Register online at www.active.com. For more information, call (855) 3592838. Movie Night: 6-9:30 p.m., Children's Museum of the T reasure Coast, 1707 N.E. Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach. Children are welcome for a movie, pizza, drinks, popcorn, and museum exploration time. Space is limited, so register in advance. Members are $10; nonmembers are $12. F or more information, call the museum at (772) 225-7575 or visit www.childrensmuseumtc.org. TH ROUGH SATURDAY, NOV. 2 Journey Stories Scavenger Hunt: Elisabeth Lahti Library, 15200 S.W. Adams A ve., Indiantown. Meant for elementary and middle school students. The hunt is available during library hours, Oct. 25 through Nov. 2. F or more information, call (772) 2211403 or visit www.library.martin.fl.us. The Rocky Horror Show: Curtain Call presents the wild, sexy live musical that became a movie and started a 35-year cultural phenomenon. Cast is filled with professional dancers and actors from across south Florida committed to performing the iconic show. Performances start at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, in the Jensen Beach Performing Arts Center on the campus of Jensen Beach High School, 2875 N.W. Goldenrod Road, Jensen Beach. The interactive show runs approximately 1 hour, 45 minutes, with a short intermission. Prop bags will be provided. Adult tickets are $25; student tickets are $18. 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Zombie Paintball: F riday and Saturday nights, through Nov. 2, at D&D Farms, 5059 S.W. Citrus Blvd., Palm City. Sessions start at 7 p.m.; last session each night starts at 1 0:50 p.m. The zombies and mutant vegetables are after us and you help by shooting with anti-zombie paintballs. $15 per person in advance online; $20 at the gate. Groups of 14 or more discounted. Visit http://www.danddfamilyfarms.com/buyzombie.php. FRIDAY, NO V. 1 SUNDAY, NOV. 3 Stuart Air Show, Witham Field. Friday night twilight air show (from 5-10 p.m.) features twilight air performers, live music by the Nouveaux Honkies, balloon glow, amusement rides, and fireworks finale. Saturday (9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.) and Sunday (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.), enjoy aircraft and military equipment displays, aerobatic performances, helicopter rides, balloon rides, childrens rides and activities, and vendor and community booths. F or more information, visit www.stuartairshow.com.FRIDAY, NO V. 1 SUNDAY, NOV. 10 Martin County Senior Games: 24 th year. 13 sporting events golf, basketball shooting, doubles tennis, singles tennis, track, field, horseshoes, swimming, a 5K run, bowling, cycling and table tennis will take place at various locations and dates through Martin and St. Lucie counties. Fee to participate is $10 (includes one sport); $20 for bowling and $25 for the golf tournament. Register from Oct. 1-31 on http://econnect.martin.fl.us. For more information, call (772) 221-1419 or email jmoore@martin.fl.us.SAT URDAY, NOV. 2 'Cool' Garage sale: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Samaritan Center for Y oung Boys & Families campus, 1 490 S.E. Cove Road, Stuart. F urniture, boys and girls clothing, household items, more. Benefits the Samaritan Center Scholarship Fund. For more information, visit www.thesamaritancenter.org. Annual Scholarship Luncheon: Indiantown Education Coalition's annual event. Noon to 1:30 p.m., Manero's Restaurant, 2851 S.W. High Meadows Ave., Palm City. $20 per person. Features the IE C's gift basket prize drawing, $2 per gift basket donation ticket. All proceeds to benefit the scholarship fund for Indiantown students. To RSVP, contact Debbie Banta at (772) 219-1200, Ext. 30290, or email bantad@martin.k12.fl.us. OPUS golf tournament: 1 9th annual tournament to benefit the OPUS 2014 choir. 7:30 a.m. check-in, continental breakfast and range warm up. Shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. F our-person scramble format. Lunch at 12:30 p.m., followed by an OPUS choir performance at 1 p.m. $125 fee per player includes greens fee & cart, range balls, breakfast, buffet lunch, auction, concert. Additional guests can attend the luncheon and concert performance for $40. ContactOutF rom page B1 ST. LUCIE COUNTY K ansas, the legendary American Progressive Rock B and will be rocking the S unrise Theatre for one night only, Saturday, Nov. 9 at 8 p.m. With their selftitled first album released in 1974, Kansas went on to become one of the decades most popular rock acts issuing classic rock albums such as 1976s Leftoverture and 1977s Point of Know R eturn, along with the hit singles Carry on Wayward S on, Dust In the Wind, and P oint of Know Return. The Band produced eight gold albums, three sextupleP latinum Albums Leftoverture, Point of Know Return, B est of Kansas, one platinum live album Two for the Show and a million-selling gold single, Dust in the W ind. Kansas appeared on the billboard charts for over 200 weeks throughout the 70s and 80s and played to sold out arenas throughout No r th America, Europe and J apan. In fact, Carry On W ayward Son was the No. 2 most played track on classic r ock radio in 1995 and went to No. 1 in 1997. Along with touring, K ansas continues to remain a fixture of Classic Rock r adio and has reached a whole new audience through their unmistakable presence on the popular video games Rock Band and G uitar Hero, and through their songs inclusion in various television shows such as: Supernatural and South Pa r k, and with films Old School and Anchorman. Get r eady for an unforgettable live performance of Kansas! The Sunrise Theatre is an intimate venue, offering the best entertainment and state-of-the-art sound on the Treasure Coast. The Sunr ise Theatre presents a diverse schedule of national touring Broadway shows, musical and comedy acts, ballet and opera companies with full orchestras, country stars and classic rock icons. The Sunrise Theatre is located at 117 South Second St r eet, Fort Pierce, Florida. F or tickets and membership information,call the box office at (772)461-4775 or online at www.SunriseTheatre.com. 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golf chairman James Flannery at (772) 214-9574 or email travlinjim@netscape.com.SAT URDAY, NOV. 2 SU NDA Y, NOV. 3 St. Lucie County Gem and Jewelry Show: 3 5th annual event. Held at the Martin County Fairgrounds, 2616 S.E. Dixie Highway, Stuart. Silent auctions, hands-on demonstrations, children's table to identify gems and make beaded jewelry, displays by St. Lucie County Rock and Gem Club members. No entrance fee, but $3 donation at the door suggested. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. For more information, visit www.slcrockandgem.org.SUNDAY, NOV. 3 Dance for Food performance: 3 p.m., Lyric Theatre, 59 S.W. Flagler Ave., Stuart. Sponsored by Schmitt, Cambron & Reynolds, PL. Dance for Food brings together many of South Floridas finest contemporary dancers to showcase their talents in front of an audience whose only admission fee is a bag of nonperishable goods. Visit www.a4ac.org. Rockn Riverwalk concert series: F ree concert on the Riverwalk Stage in downtown Stuart, 1-4 p.m. every Sunday, November through April. Live music jazz, blues, rock, reggae and more plus vendors. Free Sailfish Shuttle ride from easy parking areas (Osceola, Sailfish or Kiwanis P ark). F or more information, visit facebook.com/RocknRiverwalk.TUESDAY, NOV. 5 DEC. 7 Seasons Readings book drive: F riends of the Martin County Library System hope to collect 300 books for children, ages 3-5, enrolled in a Martin County program with the Early Learning Coalition. Visit a local library and choose a paper g ingerbread figure with a childs first name and age, list your name and phone number on the list at the circulation counter. Purchase age-appropriate, nonreligious, hardcover book (theres a guide on the counter), then bring your book and the g ingerbread figure to the library circulation desk by Dec. 7. Visit www.library.martin.fl.us or call (772) 221-1403.Amber Leigh Band on Sunday. In between musical acts, browse the vendors selling nautically-themed art and more and sample some of the freshest local seafood around. Area restaurants and catering companies will be preparing everything from oysters to shrimp, seafood paella to tacos for festival-goers enjoyment. There will be a kids zone filled with bounce houses and crafts and a full bar available for the adults. Theres something for everybody, Ms. Ruska said. T his is something not to be missed, said Ms. N ickerson. B ut the festival will be more than just a good time at the park. Its also benefitting the Rivers C oalition and their mission to fight for a safe, healthy and ecologically balanced St. Lucie River Estuary and Indian River Lagoon. Ms. Ruska said $2,500 of the proceeds from the event will go straight to the Rivers Coalition, an organization she, along with many others, gladly supports. I t s near and dear to so many peoples hearts right now, Ms. Ruska said about the contaminated waterways. Its our livelihood around here. T o see it like this really breaks my heart, said Ms. N ickerson, who grew up in S tuart. Ms. Ruska and Ms. Nickerson both hope the festiv al raises awareness and that proceeds and donations from the event will help the Rivers Coalition stand up for local waterways in Tallahassee and beyond. They also plan to make the Stuart Seafood Festival an annual event and aspire to raise more money for the Rivers C oalition every year. Adv anced tickets for the event are $5 or $7 at the gate. Kids under 12 are free. Advanced tickets can be purchased at Jenkins Landscape and Juno Shoe G irl in Hobe Sound, Kids Need More Art, Fresh C atch Seafood Grill, and O cean Blue Yacht Sales in S tuart, Chillin the Most in J ensen Beach and Nickerson & Company at the M arriott on Hutchinson I sland The Festivities kick off on Nov. 16 at 10 a.m. and run until 10 p.m. On Sunday fun can be had from 11 a.m. 7 p.m. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 1, 2013 Martin County B3 Happy HoursMon-SatBar 11am-6pm Tab les 3pm-6pmDiscounted Drinks & Apps Sunday Fun Day! All Day...$3.00 Coronas $5.00 Orange CrushWahoos Riverhouse915 NW Flagler Ave. Stuart. Fl 772-692-2243www.Wahoosriverhouse.com Purchase our gift cards online @www.Hometownnewsol.comLive MusicDarrell Gwinn 3pm-7pm078292 Check Out Our New Menu Items! Ronnies Supreme Pizza &Subs 1-16Large Pizza &10 WingsWith 2 Ltr Soda$16992-9Cheese Steak SubsWith Fries$10992-16PizzasCoupon must be presented PRIOR to ordering. with this coupon. 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F riday, November 1, 2013 B4 Martin CountyHometown News 778777ADVERTISING SALESWe are looking for the Best &the BrightestWe offer a weekly guarantee and gas allowances, plus commission. Experienced represenatives earn $50,000+. Benefits include health, dental, and a 401k plan.EOE, we drug test. Send a resume to: Opportunity@hometownnewsOL.com Please include a cover letter telling us why we absolutely must hire you. 078290 077480Answers located in Classified Section 077482 078056 1500 SW Capri Street, Palm City, FL 34990 (Corner of Mapp & Matheson) sandhillcove.com ART SALE AND SHO W F riday, November 8, 2013 ~ 10 A.M. 2:00 P.M. Pr oceeds benefit the C omplimentary Lunch ~ RSVP: 772-220-1090Peoples Choice AwardsPr ofessional Local ArtistsO pen to the Public Fr ee Admission It is time for a change of season, cooler water and this will bring our winter species to the table. Red fish are the first to come to mind, we have resident red fish, but the cooler water will bring many more. We should start to see many over the slot. B lues and Spanish Mackerels will also pick up in numbers along with the sought after pompano. In W inter, I love this place. To the surf and the ever changing conditions, wind and then no wind, white water then calm all in the same day. M ullet have moved on and with them went most of the tarpon. So in their place we have blue fish, macs, jacks, big croaker, whiting and yes small pompano. As this month closes it will be time for the bigger pompano, I promise. Cooler temperatures seem to have awakened plenty of whiting and croaker and the best part is they are there all day, so no hurry, head out whenever you are ready. B lues and macs are biting for the early anglers but a high tide will put them at your feet. Y ou have to sort through the pompano for the keepers. B est time for the pomps is early for the long caster, but pompano set the rules. There were a few snook from the trough; they were up close having whiting for breakfast. DOA bait-buster is the lure getting the most attention. So if you are just looking to bend a rod come on down the surf is place. There are so many little red fish and that is a good thing. They like the cooler water and if they are small that means the slot and bigger reds are not that far off. There are small reds throughout the area and Ive heard about some bigger fish in the Walton R oad south area to County Line at low light. Tr out has been steady with top of the slot fish from Bear P oint south the Power Plant. Again, early is best but they are here all day. Suspending lures this week have gotten most attention. There are lots of fish at the bridges, blues, macs, jacks, mangroves, drum and list goes on. It depends on your fishing time as to who is home, but the bites have been there most of the day. After sun down, the snook are feeding on most anything. M ullet have moved on so they are not picky eaters. Small swimming baits and live shrimp are preferred. Sorry, theres not enough wind for a Fl air Hawk. Keep watch for activity in the river, what looks like a school of mullet could be reds, blues or Jacks a plenty from all locations. H enry Caimatto is the o wner of the Snook Nook Bait and Tackle shop in Jensen B each. FISHINGHENRY CAIMATTO Cold mornings are back TELLEMYOUREADITINTHE 078079

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afraid to take charge.CAPRI CO RN Dec. 22/Jan. 20Others trust w hat you have to say and want to follow along with your guidance. Cherish this trust and think carefully before making decisions that affect your loved ones.AQ UARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18Sort out an ongoing issue that has been compromising your focus at work. Once you clear your mind, you can once again focus on your career.PIS CE S Feb. 19/March 20Y ou may find yourself spending more time with your social circle than your family in the next few days.ScopesF rom page B1the first time. The StarStruck production is the regional premier of the musical that hasnt played anywhere else on the Treasure Coast since its U.S. debut on Broadway in 2006. In addition, two of the T eenStars performing in T he Drowsy Chaperone, T alia Suskauer and Kevin P aul, are also among the finalists for Junior Achievement of the Palm Beaches W atch a Rising Star competition that takes place in J anuary and highlights the best musical talent in the area. Theyre so professional and theyre such strong actors, Ms. Jones said. B ut shes proud of all of her cast members who are excelling in their character r oles and really bringing the show to life. This show in particular gives more students than usual their turn in the spotlight; it features 13 leading characters. I t s going to showcase so much talent, Ms. Jones said. T he Drowsy Chaperone is perfect for all ages and will have audiences laughing and tapping their toes in no time as they enjoy the T ony Award-winning musical. Pe r formances are Friday, Nov. 15 at 7 p.m.; Saturday, Nov. 16 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.; and Sunday, Nov. 17 at 2 p .m. at StarStruck Theatre at 2101 S. Kanner Highway in Stuar t. 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CASE NO.:13-719CP NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of Walter G. Huchthausen, deceased, whose date of death was A ugust 29, 2013 is pending in the Circuit Court for Martin County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is P. O. Box 9016, Stuart, FL 34995.The name and address of the personal representative and the personal representatives attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DA TE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this notice is November 1, 2013. P ersonal Representative: Joan Huchthausen, 4024 S .E.Fairway East, Stuart, FL 34997 Attorney for P ersonal Representative: Bruce A.Koebe, Esq., 2477 N.E.Dixie Hwy., Jensen Beach, FL 34957 T elephone No.(772) 334-4700 Florida Bar No. 168515 Pubs:Nov.1, & Nov.8, 2013 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE:ESTATE OF LOIS JEAN THOMAS Deceased.File No.: 13-152CP NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of Lois Jean Thomas, deceased, whose date of death was October 16, 2012, is pending in the Circuit Court for Martin County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 100 East Ocean Boulevard, Stuart, Florida 34994.The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representatives attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DA TE OF FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this notice is November 1, 2013. 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MARTIN COUNTY P eople love dogs. They're furry and friendly and when dog owners are out with their pet for a stroll, they can expect to be stopped frequently by animal lovers wanting to say hello. B ut not all dogs are simply pets; some are working hard to protect their owners and Laurie Vo lpe, certified service dog trainer, wants the public to know how to r eact to these special animals. On Nov. 7, Ms. Volpe will be presenting an educational chat about service dog etiquette at the Blake Library in Stuart. She will be talking about the roles and purposes of service dogs, how to act around one, and even how they are trained. S he will also help business owners know what to expect when a service dog is present in their establishment and how to spot a family pet that the owner has made to look like a service dog for their own benefit, an illegal practice. There is an enormous need for education and information on what exactly service dogs do, as well as why they are allowed out in public with their person," Ms. V olpe said. Among the information she will present is how to respect a service dog owner's privacy by not asking them questions about their illness or disability, the different types of service dogs and how to treat them. "I see the need for eduMARTIN COUNTY As seniors spoke fondly about childhood memori es and meaningful life events, students sat, smiled, and listened intently, while caretakers and teachers looked on with full hearts as generations came together for a touching project. Three times over the past few weeks Jennifer P ope's 10th grade English class from Community Christian Academy walked across the street to the Kane Center to meet up with a group of seniors from the center's adult day program for the first stage of a class project: interviews for a compilation of biographies. The students went armed with notepads filled with questions and we re just a bit nervous, but their anxiety eased as they paired up with seniors who couldn't wait to share their life stories with the students. "I t was heartwarming," said Crystal Edmunds, the Kane Center's Adult D ay Healthcare program manager, who was glad to see so many smiling faces and the mutual respect between generations. The young interviewers asked about favorite childhood games, careers, accomplishments, dreams, even advice for future generations so they could write individual biographies. The seniors were brimming with stories to share. The students will combine their biographies into a bound book for the K ane Center and then celebrate the lives of the seniors with their friends and family at a book signing in December or January. This is inter-generational programming at its best," said Ms. Edmunds, who worked with ComTREASURE COAST M aintenance dredging of the St. Lucie Inlet will begin in early November and will continue through the end of F ebruary 2014. E quipment to be used in the four-month long project, such as vessels and barges, will begin arriving in the area in the coming days. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has awarded the dredging contract to Cashman Dredging and Marine C ontracting. The ACOE contract calls for up to 200,000 cubic yards of sand to be dredged and bypassed to the beaches down drift of the I nlet. Martin County has funded an additional amount of up to 250,000 cubic yards sand to be dredged during this project. The Inlet's impoundment basin was last dredged in 2012. It is designed to accommodate a 3-4 year maintenance dredging interval and has performed w ell safeguarding navigation; however an active storm season in 2012 accelerated filling of the impoundment basin. C urrent surveys indicate that the impoundment basin has exceeded 50 percent of its capacity due to last year's storms which included Hurricane Sandy. The upcoming project is timed to maintain continuous safe navigation through the inlet. The dredged sand will be transported via tug and barge through St. Lucie Inlet Pr eserve State Park. Sand will be offloaded at Peck Lake where it will be pumped via pipeline to beaches in Hobe Sound N ational Wildlife Refuge. Environmental restrictions limit these maintenance activities to a Nov. 1March 1 construction window. The St. Lucie Inlet is a manmade federal inlet that is Martin County's only point of access to the A tlantic Ocean.It separates the barrier islands of H utchinson Island to the north and Jupiter Island to the south. The Inlet connects the Atlantic Ocean toHome for young mothers expandingTEQUESTA Hannah's Home in T equesta is expanding and the community is invited to join in on the celebration on Nov. 2. The nonprofit organization that provides a home for girls who are pregnant and have nowhere else to go is breaking ground for several new facilities on the three and a half acres they acquired surrounding the current building. Right now Hannah's Home hosts four young women and their babies in the dorm, dining room and kitchen. There's also a schoolroom for the girls and offices crammed under the same roof. "W e' ve run out of space," said founder Carol Beresford. That's why she's so excited to have approval to start work on several new projects that will come in several phases. First will be a new two-story dorm out back that will offer a place for twice as many girls and their children as the home can hold now and a new nursery for the infants. After that will come four cottagelike duplexes, a chapel and a caretaker home and it all started with Ms. Be re sford's vision to create a safe place for girls to accept a hand up. The girls can stay in the home for two years after the birth of their baby, and will receive help finishing school or getting their GED and completing college courses for good careers so they can support their child. They will also learn life skills like sewing, cooking, and budgeting, all while building relationships. "I t really gets them started out in life," Ms. Beresford said. "It's given them the chance to go up instead of down." Ms. Beresford is thrilled that she will soon be able to offer these free services to so many more young women as she continues to fulfill her calling. She can already envision the completed buildings and children enjoying the playground, all 078267 MARTIN COUNTY Vo l. 12, No. 22 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Nov. 1, 2013 778840 A little maintenance twice a year can save a lot of time CO MP UTE THIS A6 MAINTENANCE TIME IN DEXClassifiedB5 Crossword B4 Horoscopes B1 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 V iewpoint A6Advisory lifted near Sandsprit ParkThe Florida Department of Health in Martin County has lifted a health advisory for the waters near Sandsprit Park in Port Salerno and the Stuart Sandbar after samples showed consistent results in the good/acceptable range for enteric bacteria. The health advisory continues for the waters near the Roosevelt Bridge and Leighton Park in Palm City since test results in these areas remain in the poor r ange for enteric bacteria. W eekly testing of specific areas along the St. Lucie River began in November of 2012. Testing at four locations including the Ro osevelt Bridge, Leighton Pa r k, Sandsprit Park and the Stuart Sandbar will continue on a weekly basis. Samples are analyzed for enterococci bacteria, which normally inhabit the intestinal tract of humans and animals. The presence of enteric bacteria is an indication of fecal pollution, which may come from storm water r unoff, pets, wildlife and human sewage. P otential health risks for those who ingest or come in contact with waters high in enteric bacteria include: upset stomach, diarrhea, eye irritation and skin r ashes. S ample results for Martin County beaches and causeways continue in the good range. River and beach water sample results can beNeed to know DA YLIGHT-SAVING T IME ENDSDon't forget to turn the clock back at 2 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 3 WEEKEND WEATHERF riday: Overcast; high: 88; low: 66; high tide: 7:17 a.m.; low tide: 1:13 p.m. Saturday: Par tly cloudy; high: 90; low: 61; high tide: 8:04 a.m.; low tide: 1:57 p.m. Sunday: Pa r tly cloudy; high: 82; low: 68; high tide: 7:51 a.m.; low tide: 1:42 p.m. W eather courtesy of www.weather.com Sevin Bullwinkle/ staff photographerEleven year olds Jordan Greene, Shn'nell Snipes, and Emily Bornarth bob for chocolate doughnuts with Shn'nel the first to finish at the Murray Middle School fall festival. See more photos, A8.Bobbing for apples?Too tame Inlet dredging project to begin in early Nov. Project brings teens, seniors together Program offers an inside look at service dogsBy Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown NewsBy Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown News See SENIORS, A4 See SERVICE, A2 F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com By Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown News See HOME, A3 See INLE T, A2 See KNOW, A4Support needed for accessible public playground in Jensen Beach PLAYGROUNDA9 GETTING CLOSER

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TREASURE COAST B ealls Department Stores will engage in a statewide partnership with the Marine C orps Reserves Toys for Tots program. B ealls Department Stores has worked with the Manatee County Toys for Tots over the last five years serving as a toy drop-off location at our two department stores located in Bradenton. This y ear the partnership has grown to all 74 locations. To ys for Tots drop-boxes will be in each of the Bealls D epartment stores throughout Florida beginning No v .15, and will remain in place through Dec.20. "We are very pleased to have Bealls on board the 2013 Marine Toys for Tots T eam," said retired Marine M ajor Bill Grein, vice president of the Marine Toys for T ots Foundation. "Their community service goals certainly align with those the Marine Corps has promoted for more than 65 y ears through our Toys for To ts Program. With their support we will fulfill the Christmas holiday dreams of many additional less fortunate children in the state of Florida, who otherwise might be overlooked." The mission of the Marine C orps Reserve Toys for Tots Pr ogram is to collect new, unwrapped toys during O ctober, November and D ecember each year, and distribute those toys as Christmas gifts to less fortunate children in the community in which the campaign is conducted. F or more information, visit B eallsFlorida.com.Store to be drop-off location for toysF or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comseveral waterways, including the Indian River Lagoon, the S t. Lucie River, the Hobe S ound Narrows and the I ntracoastal Waterway. A safe, navigable Inlet is critically important to our community because it provides access between inland waterways, centers of commerce and private and commercial docks and the A tlantic Ocean. To learn more about this dredging project and the St. L ucie Inlet, visit www.martin.fl.us. cating the public on how one should conduct themselves while in the presence of a service dog team, such as how critical it is to not speak to, look at or pet the dog as it distracts them while working, which could be life threatening," Ms. V olpe said. It will also be an opportunity for the community to learn more about epilepsy and seizure disorders. Most of the dogs she has trained in the last year and a half have gone to individuals with those disorders through the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida. November is also National Epilepsy A wareness Month. There are still many inaccurate myths out there about the decease," Ms. V olpe said. "Public education is also necessary for business owners and first r esponders as to how to care for someone having a seizure." R esidents, business owners, local law enforcement, community leaders, everyone is invited to attend the presentation that begins at 6 p .m. at Blake Library on M onterey Road on Nov. 7 to learn more about the function of service dogs in society. 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projects yet to be begun. To help the community see what she sees, there will be a nursery set up on the front lawn for the ground-breaking ceremony, complete with cribs and changing tables. Fr om 9-10 a.m. on Nov. 2 the community is invited to come to Hannah's H ome on 4390 S. County Line Road in T equesta where a continental breakfast will be served and the community can find out more about what the organization does. Even Tequesta mayor Abby Br ennan will be present. Ms. Beresford is so thankful for the sup port of the community in carrying out God's plan for her to provide a safe and loving Christian environment for single pregnant young women as they offer hope and transform lives through counseling, life skills instruction, and continuing education. Those wanting to sustain that mission can contribute online at www.hannahshomesf.org or offer construction or product donations or expertise. There's no set timeline for completion of the phases, but Ms. Beresford is happy with how things are coming together and knows it will happen "as God sees fit." "I t' s what I'm supposed to do and there's no quitting until I'm done," Ms. Beresf ord said.HomeF rom page A1College, bank to host entrepreneurship conference www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 1, 2013 Martin County A3 078288 Locally owned and operated property/freight transport broker.We Transport RVs € Cars (New &Classic) Trucks € SUVs € Motorcycles 4 Wheelers € Boats Anywhere € AnytimeVisit us at: www.pettitfamilyautotransport.com Email us at: info@pettitfamilyautotransport.com or call:888.885.2010Licensed Insured & Bonded MC#712587 077716www.Jewelrydesignstudio.netF riday,Nov. 8th 10am-7pm Saturday,Nov. 9th 10am-6pm 927 NEJensen Beach Blvd € 772.334.2151 Monday Friday € 10am 5pmSave the Date!A ward Winning DesignerDenny Wongfrom Hawaii 077717 Food bank begins collections for holidaysTREASURE COAST Ma r king its 25th year in the fight against hunger, Treasure Coast Food Bank launches the annual Great Tr easure Coast Holiday Food Dr ive this month, an effort to ensure that all families in I ndian River, St. Lucie, Martin and Okeechobee counties enjoy holiday meals. "W e' re so grateful that we live in such a giving community," said Judith Cruz, Tr easure Coast Food Bank CEO. "While many families have recovered from the Great Recession, we know many who continue to struggle to put food on the table. For them, a holiday meal is a luxury." Fr om now until the end of the year, Treasure Coast F ood Bank experiences its busiest time as the area's soup kitchens and food pantries work to ensure that everyone gets to enjoy holiday meals. Everyone is encouraged to get involved by hosting a food drive, donating a turkey, or making a cash donation. "I f you and your family are seeing brighter days, please consider sharing your time or resources to help someone else enjoy brighter holidays," Ms. Cruz said. "Also, involving your children in a food drive is a great way to help them learn about volunteering and compassion." Ne ighbors, church groups, school friends or business colleagues can join in organizing a food drive. Visit stophunger.org and click the conduct a food drive" tab in the Action Center for a Food and Fund Drive kit. B usinesses throughout the Treasure Coast are offering their sites as food dropoff locations, including eight St. Lucie Battery & Tire locations. Visit stophunger.org or call Treasure Coast Food Bank to find the place closest to you to deliver non-perishable items. A convenient way to give is through the Virtual F ood Drive online where each dollar donated to Treasure Coast Food Bank provides seven meals to feed those in need. On Nov. 16, Treasure C oast Food Bank will be out with refrigerated trucks to collect frozen turkeys so everyone has a chance to participate in the American tradition of Thanksgiving. B ut a food drive doesn't have to focus only on the holiday meal. Other mostwanted items are cereal, tuna, beans, rice, macaroni and cheese, pasta, peanut butter, canned meats, canned stew, pot-top food items, laundry detergent, and diapers. F or more information or to r egister your food drive,contact Casey Gaban,Treasure Coast Food Bank's Community Relations Coordinator at cgaban@tcfoodbank.org or (772) 489-3034. TREASURE COAST Entrepreneurs, educators, business leaders and managers will not want to miss a special two-day Entrepreneurship Conference designed to review resources and best practices to promote entrepreneurship in today's economy. The inaugural Business and Entrepreneurship Conference, sponsored by PNC B ank at Indian River State C ollege, will be held Nov. 67, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Br o wn Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship on the main campus in Fort Pierce. J oin IRSC and PNC to connect with business colleagues for networking events, keynote speakers, tours and many other opportunities to gain tools for increasing business success. R egistration for the event is free and includes the twoday conference, all speaker sessions and lunch on both days. D ay one of the conference on Wednesday will feature three great workshops starting with bestselling author, entrepreneur and filmmaker Dr Stephen Lundin of the "F ish!" series and will inspire managers and employees to become more innovative and involved. There will also be a workshop on college entrepreneurial programs where Florida's university and college entrepreneurial leaders will share their best practices with participants. In addition to these workshops, guided campus tours of IRSC will feature the new Thomas STEM Center, Br o wn Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and the Treasure Coast Public S afety Training Complex. Thursday at the conference, participants will have the opportunity to learn about economic development resources available through college, local and state organizations. S essions that day will feature keynote speakers from around the state and region. T opics will include: requirements and timing associated with traditional loans, grants, angel and venture capital funding; successful examples of start-ups that don't require someone to quit their job to start a business; using the rapidly growing field of data science to grow or launch business and understanding Florida's future economic drivers. Through the Dan K. Richardson Entrepreneurship Development Institute, I ndian River State College is taking the initiative to offer a wide range of programs and services to encourage entrepreneurship and business success. F or more information email Jo Ann Balsamo at jbalsamo@irsc.edu or call (772) 462-7172.To register, visit www.irscbiz.com.F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com

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TREASURE COAST M embers of the Treasure C oast Youth Symphony are orchestrating a food drive as part of Orchestras Feeding America, a national initiative where America's symphony orchestras help collect food for their local communities. T CYS musicians are asking concertgoers to bring non-perishable food donations to TCYS concerts on No v. 4 at the Waxlax Center in Vero Beach, Nov. 11 at the Lyric Theatre in Stuart, and Nov. 12 at the Eissey C ampus Theatre in Palm B each Gardens. F ood collected at each concert venue will be donated to local food banks. This is a great way to help combat hunger in our local community," said S hannon Murphy, a sophomore at South Fork High School and TCYS clarinetist. "Our fall musical program, Fantasies and F airy Tales, will be uplifting for our audience, while our food drive hopes to lift the spirits of those most in need in our community." A ccording to the Treasure Coast Food Bank, more than 100,000 people along the Treasure Coast face hunger each and every week. With budget cuts to the Supplemental N utrition Assistance Program, also known as food stamps, scheduled to begin Nov. 1, the need in the community will increase. S outh Fork High School sophomore Vicki Li, a T CYS flutist, who joins M urphy in spearheading the project, says that despite the wealth in our community, there are many residents at or below the poverty level who struggle daily to keep up with the basics." To support the musicians' food drive, donations can be dropped in collection bins at any of the Tr easure Coast Youth Symphony performances of F antasies and Fairy Tales. All concerts begin at 7 p.m. C oncert tickets can be purchased at each venue, although anyone may contribute to the food drive. The mission of the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is to provide challenging experiences in orchestral and individual performance for student musicians, to broaden their technical skills and artistic expression, to instill professionalism, and to enhance enjoyment of their musical talents for themselves and for their audiences. viewed at: http://www.floridahealth.gov/CHD/Martin/Beach_and_Ri v er_Sampling.html F or more information,call (772) 221-4090.Access real-time special events information, schedules, facilities on webMa r tin County Parks and Recreation has released a new online Parks Facility and Special Event Lookup system in which the public may check real-time facility schedules for open pavilions, closures, upcoming special events and more. This application may be accessed on the web at http://parkevents.martin.fl.us Desktop or tablet computers are recommended for the best viewing experience. I ndividuals may search by date, park or keyword to check on their interests. The page may also be accessed via www.martin.fl.us "I Want To-->Find/View-->Park F acility and Event Lookup" and also from the Parks and R ecreation page of www.martin.fl.us Fo r public event details including specific dates and times, contact the event planning organization for more information as the Special Event Lookup may include set up times. munity Christian to develop the idea. "It's meaningful and producing something lasting." The seniors will also r eceive a copy of their own biography with a photo of the student with whom they spent so much time sharing their life story. B ut it wasn't just the seniors who got something out of the experience; the students also enjoyed connecting with their elders. They truly care about them," said Ms. Pope, who watched and listened as students returned to class, anxious to share the stor ies they had heard and begging to visit their new friends again as soon as possible. "This is a great way to make a connection between the generations." Ms. Edmunds and Ms. P ope hope to make the project that gives seniors the opportunity to be heard and respected by young people an annual one, but Ms. Edmunds also wants to turn the biographies into a series of video interviews. "I t' s important to preserve these memories," Ms. E dmunds said. All in all, lives were touched, lessons were learned and friends were made through the project that brought generations that seldom mingle together. F riday, November 1, 2013 A4 Martin CountyHometown News 078285 078275 1410 SE OCEAN BLVD. €STUART283-2227HOURS: MON.-FRI. 7AM 5PM / SATURDAY 7AM NOON € Website: AGrecoAuto.com EUROPEANAUTOMOTIVEBMWThe Dealer AlternativeŽDont Trust the Big Expensive Dealerships?We TREAT All Our Customers Like Family!F amily Owned & Operated Since 2002! 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The Hobe Sound Chamber will host its 28th annual Christmas Parade on Saturday, Dec. 7. In addition to the Parade, there will be a Holiday Arts & Cr afts Stroll from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Dixie Highway next to Taste Restaurant. The Parade begins at 1 p.m. And the route is along Br idge Road and Dixie Highway. The Hobe Sound Christmas Parade is proudly sponsored by Treasure Coast Irrigation/ Rood Landscape and is free to the public. S upporting Sponsors include Bridge Boat and RV S torage and the Hobe Sound S occer Club. Fa milies are encouraged to come early and enjoy cool w eather, holiday craft and treat vendors and the exciting holiday parade. The Arts & Crafts Stroll will feature fabulous locally made items that are sure to make great holiday gifts for friends and family members. F loats and decorated vehicles are created by local businesses, schools and organizations. Hear musical selections from Dancensound DJ and local middle and high school bands. Kids can meet Ronald McDonald, S moky the Bear, Clowns and S anta and Mrs. Claus. F or more information,call the Hobe Sound Chamber at (772) 546-4724. STUART The Solar and Energy Loan Fund is partnering with the City of Stuart to provide city re sidents with free energy assessments to help them r educe their overall energy consumption and monthly electricity bills. The free energy assessments include a complete home energy assessment from a state-certified energy rater, which helps homeowners identify the most cost-effective types of home energy improvements that provide the greatest return on investment. SELF also provides low-cost loans to qualified homeowners in order to help them secure financing for these recommended improvements. SELF has contracted with David Reidy of SunC ool Energy to perform the energy assessments, and to date, he has completed over 800 projects in the Treasure Coast region. Mr. Reidy is a Martin C ounty resident whose business is located in the City of Stuart. The energy assessments have been extremely useful in educating clients about potential energy savings and the SELF program also helps them take advantage of these immediate opportunities," said Mr. Reidy. SELF has financed more than $2 million of energy r etrofit projects, and the average homeowner is r educing their energy consumption by 23 percent. The Treasure Coast R egional Planning Council also provided supplemental funding for the program, which enabled SELF to hire an additional clean energy specialist that works closely with individual homeowners. Ma r tin County resident, B ill McConaghy, was hired in this capacity and he is available to assist local homeowners from start to finish as they go through the energy assessment process and consider different types of home energy improvements. SELF finances 2 dozen different types of energy saving products that include basic weatherization and insulation, highefficiency air conditioners, windows and doors, and solar water heaters, attic fans, and photovoltaic. The City is pleased to be working with the nonprofit Solar and Energy Loan Fund to help local r esidents identify and make wise energy improvements. The work being performed through this program is also helping to create greater efficiencies and local jobs," said Eula Clarke, Stuart Mayor. To obtain a free energy assessment,visit www.solarenergyloanfund.org or call (561) 222.9680. Free energy assessments for city residents www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 1, 2013 Martin County A5 778839 778934 Arrests listed were made Oct 18 through Oct 25.Stuart Police Department Michael Owen Navarro, 55, of 3068 S.E.Indian Street, Stuart, w as charged with resisting arrest with violence, with retail theft, with resist transit agent committing theft, with possession/use of drug paraphernalia, and with trespass on property other than structure/conveyance. Brian Ray Smith, 43, of 6510 S .E.Lake Circle Drive, Stuart, was charged with felony violation of probation. Amy Beth Koman, 26, of 2447 Danbury Lane, Palm City, was charged with possession of controlled substance.Martin County Sheriff's Office Rachelle Beth Baird, no age or address listed, was charged with gr and theft property valued $300$5,000. Carra Jean Crehan, 34, of 4575 S.E.Pilot Ave., Stuart, was charged with theft and with eight counts of utter false instrument. Michael Dean Harris, 31, of 2593 S.E.Indian Street, Stuart, w as charged with dealing in stolen property, with grand theft, and with giving false ownership information to pawnbroker. Harry Louis Hoffman, 42, of 4230 S.W.55th Ave., Davie, was charged with delivery of methamphetamine, with possession of controlled substance, and with possession/use of drug paraphernalia. Tristan Lewis, 42, of 2402 N.E. Pine Ave., Jensen Beach, was charged with battery on person 65 y ears of age, with possession of controlled substance, and with resisting arrest without violence. Jeffrey Joseph Matthews, 34, of 7750 S.E.Mammoth Drive, Hobe Sound, was charged with driving while license suspended habitual offender. Gerzon Guillermo MendezOrtiz, 28, of 14838 S.W.Martin Highway, Palm City, was charged with sexual battery. Jon David Rashotsky, 46, of 14545J Military Trail, Delray Beach, was charged with grand theft third degree. Christopher Rios, 21, of 2185 N.E.167th Street, Miami, was charged with uttering false bank bill, note, check or draft. William Andrew Roberts, 21, of 4540 S.E.Salvatori Road, Stuart, w as charged with dealing in stolen property. Joy Aimee Saleh, 30, of 1038 N.E.Green Lawn Terrace, Jensen Beach, was charged with uttering f alse instrument, with forgery, with obtaining goods through fraudulent use of credit cards, and with theft. Stacey Alexis Small, 23, of 14658 S.W.168th Ave., Indiantown, was charged with misuse of wireless 911 system f ourth offense. Antron Shawn Thornton, 27, of 14761 S.W.175th Court, Indiantown, was charged with possession of controlled substance and with two counts of felony failure to appear. Willie Lee Franklin, 53, of 360 S .E.Cortez Street, Stuart, was charged with two counts of delivery of methamphetamine, two counts of possession of controlled substance, and with tampering with or fabricating physical evidence. Rachelle Marie Millhollin, 45, of 231 S.W.Yager Place, Port St. Lucie, was charged with grand theft. David Thomas Beckett, 54, of 521 S.Federal Highway, Lake Wo r th, was charged with felony f ailure to appear. Melissa Rose Frost, 29, of 4485 S.E.Nimrod Lane, Stuart, w as charged with giving false ownership information to pawnbroker. Desmond Cornelle Isreal, 24, of 2765 S.E.Bonita Street, Stuart, w as charged with possession, sale, manufacture or delivery of drugs between 6 a.m.and midnight within 1,000 feet of public/private school. Jessica Erin McGrath, 20, of 4540 S.E.Salvatori Road, Stuart, w as charged with grand theft, with dealing in stolen property, and with giving false ownership information to pawnbroker. Alfredo Acevedo Mora, 23, of 45 Lancaster Drive, Lake Worth, w as charged with burglary and with theft. Judson Michael Shurley, 39, of 27401 S.W.Martin Highway, Palm City, was charged with grand theft. Jeffrey Lynn Fletcher, 47, of 3190 S.E.Waaler Street, Stuart, w as charged with uttering false bank bill, note, check or draft. Dwayne Mcleod, 30, of 1210 P alm Beach Lakes Blvd.A6, West P alm Beach, was charged with two counts of possession of controlled substance and with possession of cannabis under 20 grams. Nichole Suzette Pejack, 46, of 630-1/2 Cleveland Ave., Stuart, w as charged with felony violation of probation. Laine Tyler Price, 18, of 109 W. Arch Drive, Lake Worth, was charged with three counts of burglary, with grand theft, with theft, and with petit theft second offense. Giovanni Raffo, 27, of 102 N.E. Entrada Ave., Port St.Lucie, was charged with felony failure to appear. Jennifer Trethaway Sade, 41, of 3287 S.W.Sunset Trace Circle, P alm City, was charged with aggravated assault. Steve Mark Samples, 56, of 19168 S.E.Bryant Drive, Tequesta, was charged with felony violation of probation. James Patrick Sweeney, 52, of 1941 Old Dixie Highway, Fort Pierce, was charged with felony violation of probation. Kelvin Davis, 52, of 5717 S.E. Katherine Ave., Stuart, was charged with fleeing/attempt to elude a police officer, and with operating motor vehicle without v alid license. Keith Loring Stuart, 47, of 6423 N.W.63rd Way, Parkland, was charged with grand theft. Joshua Caleb Vigorito, 19, of 3082 Miracle Lane, Port St.Lucie, w as charged with four counts of criminal use of personal identification information, and with obtaining goods through fraudulent use of credit card. Mario Ybanez-Contreras, 36, of 17101 S.W.Magnolia Ave., Indiantown, was charged with f elony violation of probation.Police reportEditor's note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions, and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law. F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com Christmas parade returns Dec. 7F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com

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Well, it's that time of the year again. It's the end of Daylight S aving Time. This year it began on Sunday, March 10 at 2 a.m. and ends on Sunday, No v. 3 at 2 a.m. We adjust the clocks ahead one hour in March and move them back one hour in No vember according to the instructions, "Spring forward, F all back." B ut it's not all about getting an extra hour sleep in the morning, there's more to it than that. Some time ago The U.S. Consumer Product S afety Commission decided that the day everyone changes their clocks forward (or backwards) would also be a great time for everyone to check the batteries in their smoke detectors. A pparently there were a lot of deaths that could have been avoided had the smoke detectors been working so they started using the clock change days as a reminder to everyone to check the batteries. And it turns out that the plan apparently saves lives. I don't know what the statistics are but I'm sure a patient Google search will tell y ou just how effective the whole thing is. It 's also a way to remember to take care of other routine maintenance issues. As a computer fixer I see all types of preventable issues daily. M any issues that (like checking the batteries in the smoke detector) could have been avoided had the computer owner just checked the system a couple times a y ear and performed a few basic maintenance steps. W ith that thought in mind I thought that it would be a good idea to follow the CPSC's lead and advise everyone to use the clock changing ritual that we go through twice a year as a r eminder (not only check the batteries in your smoke detectors) to go over your computer and perform some basic checks and maintenance. Lots of issues can be avoided if people would do a few simple things just twice a y ear. I'm sure at this point you are probably thinking that maybe that is a good idea but what should we check? I mean the smoke detector thing is easy just swap the battery with a new one and yo u' re done but aren't computers a little more complicated than that? Well, ye s. B ut don't let the fact that y our average PC has quite a few more things to check cause you to procrastinate the chore. I'll go over a few of the basics that really should be looked at and you'll see just how easy and painless it can be. F irst and foremost you need to have a backup system in place. You really should be backing up on a daily basis but if you just can't bring y ourself to do that then at least do it twice a year when we change the clocks. When y our hard drive does die r ecovering something is better than nothing. N ext, check for dust. I'm not talking about dusting the keyboard and monitor I'm talking about the air intake grills that are all over your machine. These things need to breathe and over time these intakes get clogged with a blanket of dust that can quite literally choke the life out of your system. Check all the intake grills and remove any layers of dust that you find. Check your power strip and battery backup and remove any old power cords that are no longer in use. Often old devices that are no longer in use have power transformers that still use power even if the device itself isn't plugged in. Pow er up your computer and check the start up r outine. If you have a whole ro w of icons that show up next to the clock and the system takes forever to boot up then run MSCONFIG and uncheck everything in startup except your antivirus. Which brings us to the antivirus make sure it's up to date! If your antivirus has been flashing at you that its subscription has run out and y ou have been ignoring that for the last six months, now's the time to deal with it. Go to www.avast.com and install Av ast antivirus. It's free, does the job and keeps itself updated. Get in the habit of checking these things and you may just avoid an expensive service call sometime in the future. H aving trouble with something? Give me a call and I'll be glad to help. Contact Sean McCarthy at (888) 752-9049 or help@ComputeThisOnline.com (no hyphens).A6 Martin County THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE Is this your license plate number? Go to the nearest HTNOffice to verify by noon Tuesday.GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY! STOPBY ANY OFFICEOR CALL!!! CONGRATULATIONS TOLASTWEEKS WINNEROF$200, PA TRICIABOUGH FROMVEROBEACH! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 069550WIN$100 WIN$100This W eeks Prize This W eeks Prize VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, NOV. 1, 2013 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM A couple of little charactersPhoto courtesy of Kim WaserStuart residents Max Ducote and Morgan McNicholas walk in the 2013 Hobgoblins on Main Street Parade, an event presented by the Stuart Main Street and Downtown Business Association, held in Stuart on Saturday, Oct. 26. The truth about driving drunkIn r esponse to the rant regarding witnessing "many friends and family members who have gotten DUIs," I feel I must respond. The writer's complaint is that "those who truly should be arrested is one thing; those who do not suffer undue punishment." Generally, people who drive while under the influence do so repeatedly whether they get caught or not. Those who drink "one drink" and get behind the wheel of a car are breaking the law if they are over the legal limit. Why should that person be exempt from the laws and ensuing punishment? Let me tell you, driving under the influence is not a victimless crime. The driver under the influence may not hurt someone every time they get behind the wheel, but it only takes one time to ruin someone's life, if not take an innocent life. I know I've been there; I was hit in a construction z one at 1:30 p.m. by a drunk driver. I was only going 20-25 miles an hour. The result was I had to have emergency surgery to remove three discs from my neck and now have a plate in my neck and a cadaver bone in my neck. I also have multiple hernias in my thor acic spine, which, at some point, will need surgery. I lost my job because I couldn't return to work full-time quickly enough and Florida is a right-to-work state. My fingertips are still numb (the accident was in 2002), I have extremely hyper-reflexes, and my feet still have areas that are numb. One of my daughters also had to have surgery as a result of the accident. The real kicker is that this was not the other driver's first DUI nor was it his last. While waiting trial for hitting me, he was involved in a DUI accident in another county. B ecause the two counties did not have interactive computers at that time, one didn't know the other had charges pending. What punishment did he get? A suspended license (even though it was already suspended for a previous DUI), a small amount of jail time to be served on weekends (so he would not lose his job), community service, and the standard classes and AA meetings. Poor fellow. He had to pay fines, court costs and probation fees. At least he had a job to have the income to support his family. When are people going to learn that one DUI is one too many? How many more innocent lives will be ruined or taken because someone "didn't think" he/she was drunk? H aving a driver's license is a privilege not right. If you don't take it seriously, you don't deserve to have a license. It sounds to me like the writer may have a problem with alcohol, hence the strong stance against fighting to keep drunks off the roads.Tired of the garbage companyI am writing in regards to yard waste sitting in front of homes for three to four weeks (sometimes longer) at a time. When you call the garbage company they have every excuse in the book. Too much pickupmust use clamp, not enough manpower, running behind schedule, etc. Meanwhile, the green grass that was under the pile is brown and dead. How about we don't pay our bills? That's why they don't care because Waste Pro gets their money from us in our taxes. Please bring back Waste Management. I didn't have a problem with them in 20years.More on teensI must agree about the appalling behavior of teens. It's not only how they behave, but how they dress. They are obnoxious and rude. As a parent who tries to instill kindness and good behavior in my child, I see a lot of parents who don't do the same. I enrolled my child in cheerleading for the first time, and it was not as we expected it to be. The girls did not act like team players and the coach did not seem to care. I, along with other moms, noticed the coach playing favorites, and not giving the others a fair chance to shine. Du r ing an event last week, a couple of the girls spoke to us about how they didn't like how some of the girls behaved. When I responded and said that some of the parents should be embarrassed about how some of the children behave, a parent overheard and said I shouldn't be discussing this with the young ladies. Needless to say, one of the girls was her daughter. It was appalling to see this mom make a scene. All I can do is continue to teach my children as I always have, to be respectful to your elders and treat others the way you want to be treated and use your manners. Hopefully, some parents will read this and realize how their children are acting is appalling.Can I get a ride?What's wrong with this picture? For $30, a person can be picked up round trip for a day of gambling. But to get a ride to the airport to go see a relative, it's more than $50. What has happened in these tough economic times?Do they really care?Government agencies do not care about the children. We call them about abuse in the home and they go in and question the child in front of the child that is being abused. Don't they know better? Once the agency leaves, the child is then subjected to abuse again. Why would you question a child in front of their abusers? It's no wonder people don't trust them. If a child is stabbing themselves with a pencil or cutting themselves and hurting animals, there is something going on in the home. The workers need to listen to the child, not the parent. That's why there is so much violence in the world. There is raping and killing, and we wonder why this kind of thing goes on. And all the agency does is give the parent an anger management course. That's not going to help these poor children.We need helpI'm trying to raise my grandchildren on disability. The r unaround that people get when they apply for government assistance is horrible. The economy is poor and so are the people who are trying to survive. The government makes trying to get by nearly impossible.Flaws of ObamacareD espite President Obama's assurances, we face fundamental flaws at the heart of Obamacare. His administration is trying to force young people into signing up by penalizing the uninsured. Next year they will be required to pay a $95 fine, or one percent of income, whichever is higher. Does anyone really believe that an unemployed y oungster is going to fork out money to pay a fine to Uncle S am? The government can't and shouldn't put them all in jail for nonpayment. Sounds like a horrible nightmare. Got something to say? Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at (772) 465-5504or e-mail newsfp@hometownnewsol.com. C allers are asked to refrain from making slanderous statements.Statements of fact will be checked for accuracy. T ime to check your PC for avoidable issues COMP UTE T HISSE AN MCCARTHY Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 50 59 Tu rnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2013, Hometown News, L.C.Phone (772) 465-5656 Fax (772) 465-5301Classified (800) 823-0466 Rants & Raves (866) 465-5504Circulation Inquiries 1 -866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comMARTINV oted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Lee Mooty . . . . . . .General Manager/CFO V ernon D.Smith . . . . .Managing Partner Robin Bevilacqua . . . .Human Resources Kathy Young . . . . . .Major/Natl. Accounts Manager Amanda Tucker . . . . .Major/Natl. Accounts Consultant Jeffrey A. 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Earl Stewart is the owner and general manager of Earl St e wart Toyota in North Palm B each.The dealership is located at 1215 N.Federal H ighway in Lake Park. Contact him at www.earlstewarttoyota.com call (561) 358-1474,fax (561) 658-0746 or email earl@estoyota.com. Ed itor's note:The following column reflects the personal feelings of Earl Stewart.Last Tuesday Earl Stewart on Cars, my weekly radio show which ran on S eaview Radio in North Palm B each for nearly seven years, was abruptly canceled. Ed M orse Honda had threatened to cancel his advertising on S eaview unless Nancy and I we re fired. One of the Seaview broadcasters (William is a pseudonym) sent me an email which you can read below with my response. I chose this as the clearest way to explain both my position and those of the Seaview o wners and management. R ead both sides and you be the judge. William Earl... although we only met twice, I really enjoyed meeting you, and I really like y ou. And I understand your frustration and anger at S eaview for what they did. I saw Chet Tart just a short time after he met with you as I was in the station to do my show that night. I can tell you that he was not happy about what had happened, although he knew it was the right decision for the station. This email is between you and me....Chet has no idea I'm sending it. So this is not his point of view. Earl I agree that Chet was not happy about firing me and he told me that last Tuesday afternoon in my office. He told me that "the owners of S eaview, Tricia and Jim" had made the decision and he had no other choice. However, although I believe Chet told you that firing Nancy and me was the right decision to make, I don't believe that he truly believes that. Chet is following orders". At this stage of his life, he can't afford to be job hunting. William I'd just like to give you some thoughts that you may not have considered. While I was not here when you started your show, I believe that it started out as a consumer friendly show, with helpful hints on car buying and maintenance, and other auto news. I enjoyed listening to it. Over time, you got into y our "secret shopper" thing, and I think that Seaview probably didn't recognize it as the danger that it was. Earl My show started out 7 years ago and was, until my last show, a "consumer friendly" show, but it was never a "car dealer friendly" show. I think this is the false story you're being fed by Chet and maybe others at Seaview who are desperately trying to hang onto their jobs. Sharing the truth can get them fired. You can ask any one of my regular listeners if my show was ever just "helpful hints on car buying, maintenance, and auto news". You can also ask the Gary Todd or Dick Farrell, (I'll provide you with their contact information if you like) who worked with Nancy and me at the very beginning what kind of a show it was at the beginning. They are no longer employed by Seaview and can freely tell you the truth. If you have the time, I'll send you a recording from some of my old shows. They are every bit as objective and critical of car dealers as all of my recent shows. Yes, the mystery shopping report was not on the show from the beginning but it has been for several years. We tried it one time and it became hugely popular. Listeners would call in to complain when we didn't have time to get to the mystery shopping report. William Se e, there is a difference between an investigative r eporter, and a personality that owns a business. If the investigative reporter spills the beans on some bad practices of a business, he has no vested interest in it. The station might take some heat for it, but they would have made their decision before it w ent on the air whether to do it or not. Earl I should not be banned as a consumer advocate because I happen to own a car dealership. I totally divorce my "car dealer persona" from all of my consumer advocate rolls. My book, Confessions of a R ecovering Car Dealer, my w eekly blog, my weekly column for Hometown News, my continuous speaking tours at public libraries, R otary and Kiwanis Clubs, C ondo Associations, schools, churches, synagogues, and my former radio show. I rarely ever mention my car dealership and, when I do, it's only when asked or to give full disclosure. I never, ever try to sell anybody a Toyota when I w ear my consumer advocate hat. The media widely accepts my consumer advocate roll. Last week I appeared as a consumer advocate on national TV, ABC N ews regarding illegal and unethical car practices by car dealers. Over the years I've been quoted and appeared in any number of national mediumCNN, Fox News, W all Street Journal, NY Times, USA Today US News and W orld Report, The Geraldo Rivera Show, as well as local TV and radio. You say "there is a difference between an investigative reporter and a personality that owns a business". I totally agree, one difference is that an investigative reporter who also has o wned and operated a business for 46 years knows a lot more about that business than an investigative reporter who never sold a car. That's what makes me unique because I know where "all the bodies are buried". In fact, I buried a few of those bodies myself and hence my book"Confessions of a R ecovering Car Dealer". "I've been there and done that" and that's why unethical dealers fear me so. If I wasn't telling the truth, can you explain why, over seven years, not one single car dealer has sued me for slander? Furthermore, my dealership is a model of ethics and integrity among car dealerships. "Let him who is without sin cast the first stone, and he who lives in a glass house shouldn' t throw stones." I must be without sin because I do live in a glass house and the car dealers of South Florida would be all over me like a cheap Kmart suit if I wasn't practicing what I preach. William W ith a show hosted by the most recognized car dealer in P alm Beach, you do have a vested interest. When you say disparaging things about Ed M orse or another dealer, the implication is that a customer would never see those things happening at your dealership. That may be true, but it's a viewpoint that certainly is biased. It's human nature. We all think our company is the best. Yours probably is. Earl I would be hypocritical not to admit that my radio show brought me tons of business. I'm not sure what you mean by saying that it may be true that my dealership doesn't rip off customers like Ed Morse but that viewpoint is biased." Ho w can something be true and biased? Check your W ebster's. William In y our book, you mentioned that while you have tried hard over the years to w eed out bad employees, every once in a while you find a bad one and you deal with it. Now just think if Seaview had the owner of Ed Morse on the air talking about something bad that happened at y our dealership. 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Murray Middle School's second annual Fall Festival, put together by administration, faculty, and staff, was held at Murray Middle School in Stuart on Friday, Oct. 18. STUART On Nov. 16, from 2-4 p.m. local notables will be sent to "The Dog House" to raise pet food and cash donations for the pets of needy seniors in Martin County. I ndividuals can also nominate someone they would like to be "Sent to the Dog House." Those participating will be contacting their friends and colleagues to make donations to have them r eleased from the Dog H ouse, which will be located at Animal Care Extraordinaire, 987 S.E. Monterey R oad, Stuart. P et food donations will be distributed to lowincome, homebound seniors who receive Meals on Wheels through the Council on Aging of Martin C ounty. "F or many seniors, their pets are their only family and their beloved daily companions," said Cathy Knowles, manager of Meal Se r vices for the Council on Aging. "Those who are on limited incomes often struggle to buy pet food. We want to ensure that the seniors and their pets r eceive proper nutrition." Each year, Stuart veterinarians, Dr. Ronald Ball and Dr. Wayne Diamond of Animal Care Extraordinaire collect pet food donations for the pets of needy seniors. "I n the past we would only promote for donations to the clinic's clients, however last year we thought we would be a little more creative to attract the attention of the community to this dilemma, so we constructed the Dog H ouse. With the support of so many, we were able to collect over 2,000 pounds of pet food and raise more than $1,600 for Meals on Wheels" said Dr. Diamond. The veterinarians will all take turns in the Dog H ouse, as well, with the hope of exceeding last y ear's donations. In dividuals who make a donation of $250 or more can have a little fun and send a person of their choice to the Dog House, providing a great photo opportunity and many laughs. The teens of the Boys and Girls Club's Keystone Club will also be at the event, selling hotdogs, snacks and beverages to benefit their program, "H ope for the Homeless." All are welcome to come out for a day of true philanthropy for several demographics in our community; pets, elderly, teens and the homeless," said Mr. Diamond. Sevin Bullwinkle / staff photographerAbove: Clinic Health Assistant Kim Fishbein from Stuart, dressed as Sleeping Beauty's Maleficent', gives some cotton candy to Dawson Wallace, 13, also from Stuart. Right: Brianna Loiodice, 11, bobs for a chocolate doughnut. F riday, November 1, 2013 A8 Martin CountyHometown News Call 334-5901for an appointmentThe Atlantic Animal Clinic1315 NE Sunview Terr. € Jensen Beach078280 VaccineClinicSaturday,November 16th$500Rabies ShotsCash &Check Only 8 AM 11 AM Broken B ones, Bladder Stones... Dont Panic, for second opinion Call A tlantic Animal Clinic30 years ofsurgical experience We may be able to save you money! 078454 077481 077484 077488THE 28TH ANNUALCHRISTMAS PARADEPROUDLY SPONSORED BY ANDS aturday,December 7that 1pm Dixie Highway and Bridge Road Cr aft Stroll at Mars and Dixie 10am 3pm Ma rk your calender to kick off the holiday season and enjoy a great F amily day in Hobe Sound.F or information call 772-546-4724 or email jotten@hobesound.org www.HobeSound.org 778833Fibromyalgia?Y ou Dont Have To Suffer Anymore! W ant Your Life Back? Get This FREE REPORT revealing a new natural approach that is giving fibromyalgia sufferers their lives backŽ without the risk of drugs or surgery. FREE REPOR T A v aila b le F or A Limited T ime Onl y Call Toll-Free 888 506 500824 hr recorded message 078075 077526WEDDING € SPECIAL EVENTS € HEAD SHOTSGet real about your business so clients can see the real you!STEVE DAUBSJensen Beach,FL 34957 € 561-445-5483 € www.documentaryyou.com Specializing in small business custom head shots, workplace, and product detail photos. Optimize your social media presence Make Your Company Stand Out!FREE 1 HOUR CONSULTATION!restrictions do applyexpires 10/15/13 SPONSORED BY: THE ST. CHRISTOPHER COUNCIL KofC#10718 HOBE SOUND SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9TH, 2013 HERITAGE RIDGE, HOBE SOUND $85.00 PER GOLFER SINGLE ENTRY $310 PER FOURSOME REGISTRATION / CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST: 7AM 7:45AM SHOTGUN START: 8AMBREAKFAST, AWARDS AND A DELUXE L UNCHEON BUFFET Ad Provided By:078682 Jeremy Ortmann, 1 2, wins the tricycle race.Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographer Local personalities to raise money for petsFall festival fun fills the fields F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com KNOWLEDGEISATERRIBLETHING TO W ASTE... www.hometownnewsol.comSubscribe Today!

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P ALM CITY The YMCA of the Treasure Coast supports a premise that children will choose healthier foods, including more fruits and vegetables, if products are fresh, locally grown, and picked at the peak of their flavor. To introduce this ideal to participants at an early age, the Y's Teddy Bear Academy Pr eschool visited a local farm so that the children could better understand the benefits of locally grown fruits and vegetables. In 2010 Congress designated October as National Fa rm to School Month in order to improve nutrition, support local economies and educate children about the origins of food. This year, Oct. 18 was designated specifically as Fa rm to Preschool Day. In order to participate along with other preschoolers across the nation, the four and five-year olds from the Y preschool visited D & D Fa r ms in Palm City. The children took a hayride through the fields and the farmer talked to them about how fruits and vegetables are grown in F lorida. The children stopped several times along the way to examine the fruits and vegetables and to ask the farmer questions. They also got to choose a pumpkin and take it home. A ccording to Delia Diaz, the Y Preschool Coordinator, the kids got to pick tomatoes and really got to see how the other fruits and vegetables were growing. They were really interested in the eggplants. They were amazed by how big it was and that it could hang there and not fall." Ev en though the kids from the Y are young, they we re able to remain interested through the whole tour. According to Ms. Diaz, the farmer was able to explain how different foods are grown at different times due to the changing weather so that they would understand it. He also explained where the food goes once it's picked. Some kids were even able to identify some of the stores and produce stands that D & D Fa r ms services as the one that their family shops at. The farmer was great," said Ms. Diaz. "He knew just what to say to get the kids excited. He invited all of them to return when the temperature drops, so that they could pick strawberr ies. They were all excited about that." Playground committee receives grantJENSEN BEACH The J ensen Beach Community P layground Committee was awarded a $20,000 grant from Ronald McDonald H ouse Charities of South F lorida to help build a new playground at Jensen Beach Elementary that will be open to students and the public. A total of $300,000 is needed to build the new playground. The committee has already raised $60,000, but will need more financial support through donations and grants to meet the build date of May, 2014. The existing playground features pieces nearly 40y ears-old that continue to degrade due to increasing use. The Jensen Beach C ommunity Playground C ommittee and a crew of dedicated volunteers are working to raise the necessary funds to install a custom-built playground designed by local children and the Leathers & Associates design team. The playground will provide a safe environment for the community's most vulnerable special needs children, and the design meets the Americans with Disabilities Act regulations. The custom playground layout includes wheelchair accessible groundcover, therapeutic swings, activity panels, accessible parallel bars and telephone systems. The unique play space will provide outlets that help correct developmental delays and play opportunities for children of all abilities. Jensen B each Elementary is the hub-school for Martin C ounty's Autism Spectrum D isorder Unit, and the ADA r egulated components will benefit these students. Children of all abilities will be able to play shoulder to shoulder, learning and growing together. "W e are thrilled that R onald McDonald House Charities of South Florida decided to partner with us to build a new playground for the Jensen Beach community," said Denise Faherty, general playground coordinator. "T ogether, we are providing Jensen Beach residents with a new public playground that is safe and accessible for all children of all ability levels." The community is encouraged to help financially support the Jensen B each Community Playground Committee. N umerous giving options are available and include general financial contributions; sponsorships, adopting playground components or purchasing personalized fence pickets, bricks and handprint tiles. Volunteers are also needed. R onald McDonald House Charities of South Florida's mission is to create, find and support programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children in South Florida. F or more information, visit https://rmhcsouthflorida.org/ To learn more about giving opportunities and the Jensen B each Playground Project, visit http://www.JBPlayground.com or email info@jbplayground.com. Photo courtesy of the Jensen Beach Community Playground CommitteeA rendering of the soon to be built Jensen Beach Community playground gives residents an idea of what the new playground will look like. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 1, 2013 Martin County A9 Stellas Clothing BoutiqueOpen Mon.-Sat. 10 am 5 pm670 SE Monterey Blvd. Stuart, FL772-463-2391077764A First and Second Chance Store Men | W omen | Children. Jeans | Dresses | T ops Accessories | Jewelry Celebrate the Occasion! 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y ou'd be happy. You might even pull your ads. I wouldn't blame you if you did. I've had many advertisers over the y ears who pulled their ads because they didn't like what was on the air or in print. When that happens, the station or paper in question needs to assess the situation and see if the person pulling their ads has a valid point. If y ou had a column in the Palm B each Post and you wrote negative things about Ed M orse Honda, I bet they'd have a word with you, too. Earl I do have bad employees working for me. I have between 140 and 150 employees working for me and there are always a few rotten apples in a barrel that big. I encourage anyone to tell me about my rotten apples including callers to my radio show. If y ou were a regular listener, y ou would know that customers of mine will occasionally call in and criticize their treatment at my dealership. I encourage them to talk and explain in detail their bad experience. I then sincerely apologize and promise to investigate, make it right, coach the person(s) responsible and correct the processes that allowed it to happen. M any are amazed that I, not only allow, but encourage callers to criticize me and/or my dealership. People are also amazed that I regularly encourage car dealers and car dealership employees to call in. I promise to allow them all the time they need and not mute them, talk over them, or disconnect them. Some have taken me up on this but not too many. Not only is this the r ight thing to do, but it's very good radio and builds my listener base. William I did not hear what you said about Ed Morse Honda, but from your comment on F acebook, it's obvious that y ou don't like their business practices. Knowing you, I bet y our instincts are correct. B ut that doesn't mean that a r adio station has to give you the podium to make negative comments about their other advertisers....the ones who pay the bills. Earl I said very little about Ed M orse; it was a caller, Frank N ash, who called the show after Ed Morse Honda refused to sell him a new Honda at the advertised price. Ed M orse Honda also added the dealer fee to the price which is a violation of state law. If y ou would like to speak to Fr ank Nash, his phone number is XXX-XXXX (redacted). If Frank Nash or I slandered Ed Morse Honda, he has his remedy in the courts, but as you know "truth is the perfect defense against slander and libel". I would agree that Seaview shouldn't give me a podium to say negative things about a car dealer if they were untrue. But are you saying that they should censor my efforts to r eport illegal practices by a local car dealer? William The good news is that in this age of new technology, y ou are not limited to licensed radio and TV stations, or newspapers, to get the word out. You have a blog. You have a website. You are on Facebook. You can do a "radio" show online and as a podcast. Someone mentioned a national radio show. I will tell you that everything y ou talk about EXCEPT the bad business practices of W est Palm Beach car dealers is of interest to a national audience. Earl W illiam, bad business practices of WPB dealers may not be of interest to a national audience if that's all they heard every week. But bad business practices by a local car dealer in Minnesota were of great interest to a national audience, ABC Lookout, with Br ian Ross. I appeared on that expose and the show had very high ratings. You must know enough about what radio, TV, and all media audiences prefer to understand that "how to properly maintain y our car" is trumped by "how not to get ripped off by your local car dealer". Ask some of y our friend what they think about their experiences with car dealers in buying and servicing. Answer this questionWhy do car dealers perennially appear dead last on the Gallup "H onesty and Ethics in Pr ofessions" survey? There's nothing the TV and radio audiences would rather see and hear than bad guys being exposed. William S omeone mentioned that y ou could buy the radio station. Let's say you did want to buy a radio station here. If you did, how many of your competing car dealers do you think would spend money with you? Zero! They wouldn't want to give you their money. Earl J im Martin and Tricia W oods have asked me to buy their station, but I declined. This may be one more reason they don't want me on their station anymore. I declined because my objectivity would be questioned if I was the o wner of the station that aired my views. I also declined because I know nothing about broadcasting and I didn't like the potential ROI after looking at the financials. William I think you have every right to say what you do about other dealers. But there are consequences when you do that. Nobody is under any obligation to give you the microphone or ink to do it. If y ou want to continue doing this, you're going to have to find your own podium. Fo r tunately, in this day and age, it's a lot easier. Earl I'm not sure you're right about there being no obligation by Seaview to allow my show to continue. My show is a community service show. The airwaves are owned by the people and the FCC and FTC have laws to protect the people. The FCC says that r adio and TV stations must devote a certain amount of their use of the airwaves to serve the public and the FTC says that when groups of businesses conspire to harm or eliminate another business it is an illegal boycott. W illiam If y ou'd like to talk about this some more, I'd be happy to meet with you or talk on the phone. If you don't like my message, I understand. B ut you seem like a really great guy, and I wanted you to look at the entire picture. I r emember the times my heart was broken by a girl who broke up with me. It hurts. B ut after a while, it makes you strong. Earl I'll be happy to meet with y ou or talk on the phone, but I'll be very busy this coming w eek, as you can imagine. William Tr y to hold back your anger, and rise above it. Seaview is a great little radio station, and Chet has been great to me. B ut the name Earl Stewart is better known in Palm Beach C ounty than Seaview Radio. I can't say that about Barry O'Brien. I think you can make this into a positive. Earl Thanks for your advice on anger management but Chet will tell you that I wasn't angry when he fired me last T uesday. I'm disappointed in the owners of Seaview, but fully understood that Chet did what he had to do. If I were Chet Tart, I would have done exactly the same thing. I also think he's "following orders" when he denies the truth of why I was fired. I'm getting feedback from my listeners who have called and spoken to Chet, Jim Martin, Mike B alsamo, and others that I'm lying about why I was fired. I believe that even Jim Martin may be misinformed and that Tr icia Woods was the architect forcing Chet to fire me. Y ou said in your email that the reason my show was canceled was that it had gradually become more and more anti dealer. This is not true. My show's theme song is the theme from "The Good the Bad and the Ugly" (Nancy's idea) and that's what we do. We tell good stories about dealers when they happen albeit all too infrequently. What is true is that S eaview has found it difficult to sell advertising to car dealers for some time. Br aman, Napleton, Arrigo, Schumacher, and Ed Morse have all threatened Seaview and most have canceled their ads. Ed Morse was the straw that broke the camel's back. Earl I believe that Tricia Woods made a very bad management decision. Looking at advertising revenue from one business group as the most important thing to the survival of Seaview is shortsighted. The heart of a radio station's long run survival is their listener base. When the smoke settles the listeners will decide if Seaview survives. A lot of those listeners don't like the way Seaview treated Earl and Nancy Stewart. As the word continues to get out, and this is my main mission ov er the next few months, more and more of Seaview listener will know the truth. S eaview's listener base could be even further eroded should negative facts develop and be made public if litigation ensues. F riday, November 1, 2013 A10 Martin CountyHometown News Modern haircuts at old-fashioned prices!€ Fades € Flat Tops € Scissor Cuts € Clipper Cuts € Mens Styling € Regular Mens HaircutsMore than 45 years of combined experience! 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 1, 2013 Martin County A11 078450Earl Stewarts Weekly Radio Show Cancelled Under Pressure from AdvertisersRegular listeners of SeaView AM 960's Earl Stewart on CarsŽwill be disappointed to learn that South Florida's favorite consumer advice show has been cancelled because car dealers like Ed Morse Honda threatened to pull their advertising dollars from the station.Earl Stewart spent ev ery Saturday from 9 AM to 10 AM educating Florida consumers about the traps and pitfalls to avoid when b uying or servicing their vehicles.ED MORSE COULDN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH!Earl Stewart will not be silenced:stay tuned f or the All New Earl On Cars Radio Show coming soon!www.earlstewartoncars.comFIRED FOR TELLING THE TRUTH!

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Jessica Berger helps her daughter Alli, 8, to load another pumpkin into their cart at the pumpkin patch at First Methodist Church in Stuart on F riday, Oct. 25.Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographer Sevin Bullwinkle/ staff photographerJack Scott, 4, of Stuart, finds just the right pumpkin at the First Methodist Church pumpkin patch in Stuart on Friday, Oct 25.ARIES March 21/April 20Seek the advice of a mentor or confidante when a puzzling situation presents itself this week. Another person's perspective might be all you need to solve this problem.TA URU S April 21/May 21Getting the job done just isn't enough. You always need to get it done to the best of your ability and that's why others find you so reliable.GEMINI May 22/June 21F ocus your energy on work this week, as a possible promotion is looming over the horizon. Give work your best efforts, and you will soon be glad you did.CA NCE R June 22/July 22Sometimes the key to success is to know when to step back and recharge. This week, spend some time resting and relaxing, and you will have the energy needed to go forward.LEO July 23/Aug. 23Y ou may be looking for something new to occupy your time. Try learning a new sport or language. It will keep your brain sharp and pass the time in a productive way.VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22T his week is a great time to stop procrastinating and to get back on track. Figure out a time when you have the most energy, and dive right into the task at hand.LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23Get behind a cause that will benefit your community. You have been interested in giving back to others, and this week presents a great opportunity to do just that.SC O RPI O Oct. 24/Nov. 22Y ou love to socialize with friends and family, but lately time has been hard to come by. Plan a get-together with friends and family.SAG ITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21Y ou can handle difficult situations with ease and your loved ones know it. When such a situation presents itself this week, don't beMartin County 078266 078283 S U N D A Y B R U N C H P ick and Choose Whatever YouWant! O melette,Waffle and Egg Stations (Handmade while you watch!) B loody Mary Bar Create Your Own! 778835Happy Hour All Day,Every Day in our Bar and Patio Half Off DrinksHappy Hour All Day Every Day-Live Piano Music in the Bar T uesday thru Saturday $5.00 OFFYOUR NEXT PURCHASE OF $20 OR MORE.$5.00 off your next purchase of $20 or more at participating locations only. Not valid for alcoholic beverages. Not available with any other discounts, specials, coupons or offers. Does not include tax or gratuity. Cannot be redeemed for cash. Limit one coupon per table per visit. JEN5OFF MARTIN COUNTY Check your stress at the door, sit down, relax, and enjoy the show because Jennifer Jones, director of S tarStruck Theater's upcoming TeenStars production of "The Drowsy Chaperone" is certain theater patrons will enjoy themselves. It 's a bizarre story of a man in his home who innocently puts on a record of his favorite 1920s musical and watches as the characters come to life in his living r oom. There is fun music, dancing and dramatic characters like the cigar-smoking producer Feldzieg, played by Andrew Rodgers, and Kitty, a ditzy flapper, played by Andrea Colletti. The "Musical within a C omedy" unfolds as Janet v an de Graaff, played by K atie Rodgers, decides to give up her career as a Br oadway star for married life. Feldzieg hopes to persuade her to stay in showbiz and as the hilarious plot thickens the man in the chair who started it all, played by Spencer Ballantyne, offers commentary. "I t is hilarious," Ms. Jones said. "It's pure fun." Howev er, even more exciting for her than watching musical numbers like "T oledo Surprise" put audiences in stitches is the concept of introducing the show to area residents for STUART Foodies, music lovers and anyone with a passion for all things nautical unite for Stuart's first ever Seafood Festival! The inaugural two-day event at Memorial Park in S tuart on Nov. 16-17 will offer hours of live music, vendors selling everything from ocean-inspired jewelry to clothing, and as much seafood as a heart could desire. "I call it a nautical extravaganza," said Lainey R uskay, event coordinator. A ccording to Ms. Ruska and event manager Lindsay Nickerson it's about time for such a festival in S tuart considering the city is surrounded by water. There will be live music by Br ett Duff Acoustic, The S amantha Russell Band, The Long Run Eagles Tribute Band and The Dave M atthews Tribute Band on S aturday and the Killbillies, Fresh Catch and the FRIDAY, NOV. 1 Twilight Honor Flight 5k: 5:45 p.m., Witham Field, Stuart. Runners provided with red, white and blue glow gear will run the airport amid the nighttime aerial acrobatics, fireworks and balloon glow. T he event benefits Honor Flight, an organization that flies W orld War II veterans to W ashington D.C. to see the W orld War II monument. Register online at www.active.com For more information, call (855) 3592838. Movie Night: 6-9:30 p.m., Children's Museum of the T reasure Coast, 1707 N.E. Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach. Children are welcome for a movie, pizza, drinks, popcorn, and museum exploration time. Space is limited, so register in advance. Members are $10; nonmembers are $12. F or more information, call the museum at (772) 225-7575 or visit www.childrensmuseumtc.org. TH ROUGH SATURDAY, NOV. 2 Journey Stories Scavenger Hunt: Elisabeth Lahti Library, 15200 S.W. Adams A ve., Indiantown. Meant for elementary and middle school students. The hunt is available during library hours, Oct. 25 through Nov. 2. F or more information, call (772) 2211403 or visit www.library.martin.fl.us. The Rocky Horror Show:' Curtain Call presents the wild, sexy live musical that became a movie and started a 35-year cultural phenomenon. Cast is filled with professional dancers and actors from across south Florida committed to performing the iconic show. Performances start at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, in the Jensen Beach Performing Arts Center on the campus of Jensen Beach High School, 2875 N.W. Goldenrod Road, Jensen Beach. The interactive show runs approximately 1 hour, 45 minutes, with a short intermission. Prop bags will be provided. Adult tickets are $25; student tickets are $18. For tickets or more information, call (866) 811-4111 or visit www.curtaincallfl.com. 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Zombie Paintball: F riday and Saturday nights, through Nov. 2, at D&D Farms, 5059 S.W. Citrus Blvd., Palm City. Sessions start at 7 p.m.; last session each night starts at 1 0:50 p.m. The zombies and mutant vegetables are after us and you help by shooting with anti-zombie paintballs. $15 per person in advance online; $20 at the gate. Groups of 14 or more discounted. Visit http://www.danddfamilyfarms.com/buyzombie.php. FRIDAY, NO V. 1 SUNDAY, NOV. 3 Stuart Air Show Witham Field. Friday night twilight air show (from 5-10 p.m.) features twilight air performers, live music by the Nouveaux Honkies, balloon glow, amusement rides, and fireworks finale. Saturday (9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.) and Sunday (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.), enjoy aircraft and military equipment displays, aerobatic performances, helicopter rides, balloon rides, children's rides and activities, and vendor and community booths. F or more information, visit www.stuartairshow.com.FRIDAY, NO V. 1 SUNDAY, NOV. 10 Martin County Senior Games: 24 th year. 13 sporting events golf, basketball shooting, doubles tennis, singles tennis, track, field, horseshoes, swimming, a 5K run, bowling, cycling and table tennis will take place at various locations and dates through Martin and St. Lucie counties. Fee to participate is $10 (includes one sport); $20 for bowling and $25 for the golf tournament. Register from Oct. 1-31 on http://econnect.martin.fl.us For more information, call (772) 221-1419 or email jmoore@martin.fl.us.SAT URDAY, NOV. 2 'Cool' Garage sale: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Samaritan Center for Y oung Boys & Families campus, 1 490 S.E. Cove Road, Stuart. F urniture, boys and girls clothing, household items, more. Benefits the Samaritan Center Scholarship Fund. For more information, visit www.thesamaritancenter.org. Annual Scholarship Luncheon: Indiantown Education Coalition's annual event. Noon to 1:30 p.m., Manero's Restaurant, 2851 S.W. High Meadows Ave., Palm City. $20 per person. Features the IE C's gift basket prize drawing, $2 per gift basket donation ticket. All proceeds to benefit the scholarship fund for Indiantown students. To RSVP, contact Debbie Banta at (772) 21 9-1200, Ext. 30290, or email bantad@martin.k12.fl.us. OPUS golf tournament: 1 9th annual tournament to benefit the OPUS 2014 choir. 7:30 a.m. check-in, continental breakfast and range warm up. Shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. F our-person scramble format. Lunch at 12:30 p.m., followed by an OPUS choir performance at 1 p.m. $125 fee per player includes greens fee & cart, range balls, breakfast, buffet lunch, auction, concert. Additional guests can attend the luncheon and concert performance for $40. ContactOutF rom page B1 ST. LUCIE COUNTY K ansas, the legendary American Progressive Rock B and will be rocking the S unrise Theatre for one night only, Saturday, Nov. 9 at 8 p.m. With their selftitled first album released in 1974, Kansas went on to become one of the decade's most popular rock acts issuing classic rock albums such as 1976's Leftoverture and 1977's Point of Know R eturn, along with the hit singles Carry on Wayward S on, Dust In the Wind, and P oint of Know Return. The Band produced eight gold albums, three sextupleP latinum Albums Leftoverture, Point of Know Return, B est of Kansas, one platinum live album Two for the Show and a million-selling gold single, Dust in the W ind. Kansas appeared on the billboard charts for over 200 weeks throughout the 70s and 80s and played to sold out arenas throughout No r th America, Europe and J apan. In fact, Carry On W ayward Son was the No. 2 most played track on classic r ock radio in 1995 and went to No. 1 in 1997. Along with touring, K ansas continues to remain a fixture of Classic Rock r adio and has reached a whole new audience through their unmistakable presence on the popular video games Rock Band and G uitar Hero, and through their songs inclusion in various television shows such as: Supernatural and South Pa r k, and with films Old School and Anchorman. Get r eady for an unforgettable live performance of Kansas! The Sunrise Theatre is an intimate venue, offering the best entertainment and state-of-the-art sound on the Treasure Coast. The Sunr ise Theatre presents a diverse schedule of national touring Broadway shows, musical and comedy acts, ballet and opera companies with full orchestras, country stars and classic rock icons. The Sunrise Theatre is located at 117 South Second St r eet, Fort Pierce, Florida. F or tickets and membership information,call the box office at (772)461-4775 or online at www.Sunr iseTheatre.com. 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golf chairman James Flannery at (772) 214-9574 or email travlinjim@netscape.com.SAT URDAY, NOV. 2 SU NDA Y, NOV. 3 St. Lucie County Gem and Jewelry Show: 3 5th annual event. Held at the Martin County Fairgrounds, 2616 S.E. Dixie Highway, Stuart. Silent auctions, hands-on demonstrations, children's table to identify gems and make beaded jewelry, displays by St. Lucie County Rock and Gem Club members. No entrance fee, but $3 donation at the door suggested. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. For more information, visit www.slcrockandgem.org.SUNDAY, NOV. 3 Dance for Food performance: 3 p.m., Lyric Theatre, 59 S.W. Flagler Ave., Stuart. Sponsored by Schmitt, Cambron & Reynolds, PL. Dance for Food brings together many of South Florida's finest contemporary dancers to showcase their talents in front of an audience whose only admission fee is a bag of nonperishable goods. Visit www.a4ac.org. Rock'n Riverwalk concert series: F ree concert on the Riverwalk Stage in downtown Stuart, 1-4 p.m. every Sunday, November through April. Live music jazz, blues, rock, reggae and more plus vendors. Free Sailfish Shuttle ride from easy parking areas (Osceola, Sailfish or Kiwanis P ark). F or more information, visit facebook.com/RocknRiverwalk.TUESDAY, NOV. 5 DEC. 7 Season's Readings book drive: F riends of the Martin County Library System hope to collect 300 books for children, ages 3-5, enrolled in a Martin County program with the Early Learning Coalition. Visit a local library and choose a paper g ingerbread figure with a child's first name and age, list your name and phone number on the list at the circulation counter. Purchase age-appropriate, nonreligious, hardcover book (there's a guide on the counter), then bring your book and the g ingerbread figure to the library circulation desk by Dec. 7. Visit www.library.martin.fl.us or call (772) 221-1403.Amber Leigh Band on Sunday. In between musical acts, browse the vendors selling nautically-themed art and more and sample some of the freshest local seafood around. Area restaurants and catering companies will be preparing everything from oysters to shrimp, seafood paella to tacos for festival-goers' enjoyment. There will be a kids zone filled with bounce houses and crafts and a full bar available for the adults. There's something for everybody," Ms. Ruska said. "T his is something not to be missed," said Ms. N ickerson. B ut the festival will be more than just a good time at the park. It's also benefitting the Rivers C oalition and their mission to fight for a safe, healthy and ecologically balanced St. Lucie River Estuary and Indian River Lagoon. Ms. Ruska said $2,500 of the proceeds from the event will go straight to the Rivers Coalition, an organization she, along with many others, gladly supports. "I t' s near and dear to so many people's hearts right now," Ms. Ruska said about the contaminated waterways. "It's our livelihood around here." "T o see it like this really breaks my heart," said Ms. N ickerson, who grew up in S tuart. Ms. Ruska and Ms. Nickerson both hope the festiv al raises awareness and that proceeds and donations from the event will help the Rivers Coalition stand up for local waterways in Tallahassee and beyond. They also plan to make the Stuart Seafood Festival an annual event and aspire to raise more money for the Rivers C oalition every year. Ad v anced tickets for the event are $5 or $7 at the gate. Kids under 12 are free. Advanced tickets can be purchased at Jenkins Landscape and Juno Shoe G irl in Hobe Sound, Kids Need More Art, Fresh C atch Seafood Grill, and O cean Blue Yacht Sales in S tuart, Chillin the Most in J ensen Beach and Nickerson & Company at the M arriott on Hutchinson I sland The Festivities kick off on No v. 16 at 10 a.m. and run until 10 p.m. On Sunday fun can be had from 11 a.m. 7 p.m. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 1, 2013 Martin County B3 Happy HoursMon-SatBar € 11am-6pm Ta b les € 3pm-6pmDiscounted Drinks & Apps Sunday Fun Day! All Day...$3.00 Coronas $5.00 Orange CrushW ahoos Riverhouse915 NW Flagler Ave. Stuart. Fl 772-692-2243www.Wahoosriverhouse.com Purchase our gift cards online @www.Hometownnewsol.comLive MusicDarrell Gwinn 3pm-7pm078292 Check Out Our New Menu Items! Ronnies Supreme Pizza &Subs 1-16ŽLarge Pizza &10 WingsWith 2 Ltr Soda$16992-9ŽCheese Steak SubsWith Fries$10992-16ŽPizzasCoupon must be presented PRIOR to ordering. with this coupon. 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F riday, November 1, 2013 B4 Martin CountyHometown News 778777ADVERTISING SALESWe are looking for the Best &the BrightestWe offer a weekly guarantee and gas allowances, plus commission. Experienced represenatives earn $50,000+. Benefits include health, dental, and a 401k plan.EOE, we drug test. Send a resume to: Opportunity@hometownnewsOL.com Please include a cover letter telling us why we absolutely must hire you. 078290 077480Answers located in Classified Section 077482 078056 1500 SW Capri Street, Palm City, FL 34990 (Corner of Mapp & Matheson) sandhillcove.com ART S A L E A N D S H O W F riday, November 8, 2013 ~ 10 A.M. … 2:00 P.M. Pr oceeds benefit the C omplimentary Lunch ~ RSVP: 772-220-1090Peoples ChoiceŽ AwardsPr ofessional Local ArtistsO pen to the Public Fr ee Admission It is time for a change of season, cooler water and this will bring our winter species to the table. Red fish are the first to come to mind, we have resident red fish, but the cooler water will bring many more. We should start to see many over the slot. B lues and Spanish Mackerels will also pick up in numbers along with the sought after pompano. In W inter, I love this place. To the surf and the ever changing conditions, wind and then no wind, white water then calm all in the same day. M ullet have moved on and with them went most of the tarpon. So in their place we have blue fish, macs, jack's, big croaker, whiting and yes small pompano. As this month closes it will be time for the bigger pompano, I promise. Cooler temperatures seem to have awakened plenty of whiting and croaker and the best part is they are there all day, so no hurry, head out whenever you are ready. B lues and macs are biting for the early anglers but a high tide will put them at your feet. Y ou have to sort through the pompano for the keepers. B est time for the pomp's is early for the long caster, but pompano set the rules. There were a few snook from the trough; they were up close having whiting for breakfast. DOA bait-buster is the lure getting the most attention. So if you are just looking to bend a rod come on down the surf is place. There are so many little red fish and that is a good thing. They like the cooler water and if they are small that means the slot and bigger reds are not that far off. There are small reds throughout the area and I've heard about some bigger fish in the Walton R oad south area to County Line at low light. Tr out has been steady with top of the slot fish from Bear P oint south the Power Plant. Again, early is best but they are here all day. Suspending lures this week have gotten most attention. There are lots of fish at the bridges, blues, macs, jacks, mangroves, drum and list goes on. It depends on your fishing time as to who is home, but the bites have been there most of the day. After sun down, the snook are feeding on most anything. M ullet have moved on so they are not picky eaters. Small swimming baits and live shrimp are preferred. Sorry, there's not enough wind for a Fl air Hawk. Keep watch for activity in the river, what looks like a school of mullet could be reds, blues or Jacks a plenty from all locations. H enry Caimatto is the o wner of the Snook Nook Bait and Tackle shop in Jensen B each. FISHINGHENRY CAIMATTO Cold mornings are back TELLEMYOUREADITINTHE 078079

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afraid to take charge.CA PRI CO RN Dec. 22/Jan. 20Others trust w hat you have to say and want to follow along with your guidance. Cherish this trust and think carefully before making decisions that affect your loved ones.AQ UARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18Sort out an ongoing issue that has been compromising your focus at work. Once you clear your mind, you can once again focus on your career.PIS CE S Feb. 19/March 20Y ou may find yourself spending more time with your social circle than your family in the next few days.ScopesF rom page B1the first time. The StarStruck production is the regional premier of the musical that hasn't played anywhere else on the Treasure Coast since its U.S. debut on Broadway in 2006. In addition, two of the T eenStars performing in "T he Drowsy Chaperone," T alia Suskauer and Kevin P aul, are also among the finalists for Junior Achievement of the Palm Beaches' W atch a Rising Star competition that takes place in J anuary and highlights the best musical talent in the area. They're so professional and they're such strong actors," Ms. Jones said. B ut she's proud of all of her cast members who are excelling in their character r oles and really bringing the show to life. This show in particular gives more students than usual their turn in the spotlight; it features 13 leading characters. "I t' s going to showcase so much talent," Ms. Jones said. "T he Drowsy Chaperone" is perfect for all ages and will have audiences laughing and tapping their toes in no time as they enjoy the T ony Award-winning musical. Pe r formances are Friday, No v. 15 at 7 p.m.; Saturday, No v. 16 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.; and Sunday, Nov. 17 at 2 p .m. at StarStruck Theatre at 2101 S. 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All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DA TE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this notice is November 1, 2013. P ersonal Representative: Joan Huchthausen, 4024 S .E.Fairway East, Stuart, FL 34997 Attorney for P ersonal Representative: Bruce A.Koebe, Esq., 2477 N.E.Dixie Hwy., Jensen Beach, FL 34957 T elephone No.(772) 334-4700 Florida Bar No. 168515 Pubs:Nov.1, & Nov.8, 2013 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE:ESTATE OF LOIS JEAN THOMAS Deceased.File No.: 13-152CP NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of Lois Jean Thomas, deceased, whose date of death was October 16, 2012, is pending in the Circuit Court for Martin County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 100 East Ocean Boulevard, Stuart, Florida 34994.The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representatives attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DA TE OF FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this notice is November 1, 2013. 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