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INDIANTOWN Wa r field Elementary is taking students, parents and the whole community on an excursion through the past during the schools 85th anniversary celebration. On Nov. 21, teachers and students will present a special program commemorating the milestone in which two students, led by their teacher, go back in time to meet key characters in I ndiantowns and the schools history. They will encounter S olomon Davies Warfield, after whom the elementary is named and who is played by Pr incipal Ivy Menken, and Miss Edna, the towns first schoolhouse teacher. They will also learn about re sidents like Timer Powers, an important early resident, and Stephen Harvey who was contracted to build the first school. The chorus will sing and audiences will learn along with the students as history comes alive before their eyes. T eachers Carol Rey and L ynda Swift researched and helped organize the event and Lynda, an art teacher, helped the students make a book called I is for I ndiantown, a copy of which all of the parents will be receiving. The book, which will also be shown in a slide show presentation, contains photographs and students artwork of people and places around Indiantown throughout its history. Theyre a labor of love, said Ms. Menken about the books. The students have enjoyed learning about what it was like in the early days of the schoolhouse and about activities like r odeo club that were popular after school at one time. Theyve seen photos of barefoot students, dogs in the classroom, and Miss E dnas car stuck in the marsh on the first day ofCongressman reflects on first year, looks aheadTREASURE COAST For U.S. C ongressman Patrick Murphy its hard to believe its already been a y ear since he was elected. I t s flown by, Mr. Murphy said, likely because he has been very busy on the Treasure Coast and in W ashington D.C. this past year. The bi-partisan congressman cares about national and local issues and has been working hard to be the voice of the people in the nations capital. M uch of the work he has been doing has been advocating for local waterways. He was part of the Water R esources Development Act that benefitted the everglades and has even taken a sample of polluted river water to the H ouse floor to urge action. The Congressman has also been heavily involved in the countrys financial issues, leading the SAVE Act and helping find a way to eliminate wasteful government spending. Assisting veterans has been a priority, too, as he aims to provide them with more job opportunities. In between his trips to Wa shington D.C. he could fre084662 WEEKEND WEATHERFriday: Overcast; high: 79; low: 70; high tide: 6:29 a.m.; low tide: 1 2:24 p.m. Saturday: Par tly cloudy, chance of thunderstorms; high: 82; low: 68; high tide: 7:13 a.m.; low tide: 1:08 p.m. Sunday: Pa r tly cloudy; high: 84; low: 68; high tide: 7:55 a.m.; low tide: 1:50 p.m. W eather courtesy of www.weather.com MARTIN COUNTYV ol. 12, No. 24 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Nov. 15, 2013 084687 INDEXClassifiedB6 Crossword B5 Gardening B5 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Viewpoint A6Kane Center to host presentationThe Council on Aging of Ma r tin County will host a presentation by Certified Elder Law Attorney Nikki M elby entitled Getting Y our Ducks in a Row: Who Does What with What Ya Got, and How on Tuesday, Nov .19, 2013 from 2 3 p .m., at the Kane Center in S tuart. The presentation is a lively, interactive lecture that will explore and explain the documents necessary to properly plan for your future. N icola J. Melby, J.D., is certified by the National Elder Law Foundation and the Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and has been focused exclusively on the practice of Elder and Special Needs Law since 1995. Pa r ticipants are reminded that the hiring of an attorney is an important decision that should not be based solely on advertisement. Before you decide, ask Nikki Melby to provide written information about her qualifications and experience. The lecture is free and open to the public, but space is limited. Call (772) 223-7807 to reserve a spot. F or information on C ouncil on Aging services, or to learn how you can support the Council and be a part of the Kane Center, call (772) 223-7800 or visit www.kanecenter.org.Lo c al libraries to offer Medicare 101 seminars T wo St. Lucie County libraries will offer free M edicare 101 seminars this November. Friday, Nov. 15 at 10 a.m. Morningside Branch Library, 2410 SE Morningside Blvd., Port St. Lucie. Thursday, Nov. 21 at 1 p .m. Fort Pierce Branch Library, 101 Melody Lane, Fo rt Pierce. Pr esented by the Florida D epartment of Elder Affairs, these free work-Need to know TIME TO UPDA TE?How to know what updates to make and what updates you can likely skip P ageA6 INSIDE Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographerDeputy Kevin Fritchie, left, Martin County Sheriff William Snyder, getting a kiss from Sarah Palin, Lieutenant Forrest Yinglings dog, to his right, and Deputy Scott Bundy. Wa rfield: then and now Golden Girls Jill Kidd and Alice Y elenic, both of Stuart, with their dogs Lola, 8, and Bridget, 1 0, the Silver Sneakers.Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographerMutts go on a marchHumane Society of the Treasure Coasts 11th annual Mutt March to benefit animals at the shelter was held Saturday at Memorial Park in downtown Stuart. V eterans receive good news from nonprofitSTUART Veterans have always been welcome at Mollys House in S tuart, but the organization has never promoted that fact, until now. After the Veterans Pa r ade on Monday, the gate to the Serenity Garden on Ocean Boulevard was opened, the public was offered hot dogs and drinks, and the proclamation dedicating two rooms for veterans use was made. Louise Murtaugh, executive director of Mollys H ouse said the announcement was long overdue. The organization offers temporary affordable accommodations, sometimes even for free if a family is unable to pay, for patients and their families being treated in hospitals on the Treasure Coast. They have helped over 380 families over the last year, some of which were veterans. We never turn anyone away, Ms. Murtaugh said. B ut the fact that they we re open to everyone, including veterans, had never been widely publicized so Ms. Murtaugh thought Veterans Day would be the perfect time to invite the community, veterans and their families into the Serenity Garden to hear about their new project. O n Veterans Day we thought it would be a nice thing to say welcome to our veterans, Ms. Murtaugh said. Ms. Murtaugh announced that two of the 14 rooms in the house have been designated for veteran use, meaning those rooms will be made available to them first. W e want to make sure they know they have a place to come, Ms. Murtaugh said. We want to make sure our veterans know they are welcome at M ollys House. B ut the announcement was more than offering veterans a place to stay despite whether or not they are able to pay, it was a message of appreciation. Theres nothing thats adequate enough to thank our veterans, said Kevin S harkey, Mollys father, after whom the house is named. Its more a token of our appreciation than anything else. Alan Atwood, an Army veteran, was present and spoke briefly about his gratitude for the warm hospitality of Mollys H ouse when he was looking after his brother who was hospitalized in Lawnwood Medical Center in Fort Pi erce. I f it werent for Mollys H ouse, I wouldnt have been able to help my brother. Its been a big financial help, Mr. A twood said. W e look forward to serving our veterans for today, tomorrow and for y ears to come, Ms. Murtaugh said.By Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown NewsProgram to take an inside look at Warfield ElementaryBy Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown News See WARF I ELD, A2By Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown News MurphySee YEAR, A9 See KNOW, A10T his month is Longterm Care A wareness Month think in advance about the future FINANCIAL A8

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school. They just want to know more, Ms. Menken said. Thats what its all about for her: helping her students understand their history so they might be able to imagine whats in store for the future. H istory is important, Ms. Menken said. Theyre making history right now. I ndiantown, she explained, has a rich history to share. W e wanted our kids to know what our town was about and our history, she said. We want to leave them with an understanding of that history. Sh e s looking forward to the comprehensive look at I ndiantowns past to its present that Indiantown N on-Profit Housing, the I ndiantown Education C oalition and Indiantown Chamber of Commerce helped make possible. The program starts at 6 p .m. in the elementary school cafeteria and following will be a reception in the courtyard of the original building that sits next door to Warfield Elementary. The entire community is invited to come out, enjoy, and learn about how far Wa r field Elementary has come in its 85 years. TREASURE COAST As families struggle each week to make ends meet, the hopes of a Thanksgiving turkey dinner with all the trimmings is usually not very high on their list of necessities. How ever, those at Harvest F ood & Outreach Center feel that every family deserves to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal. So with the generosity of the community, several local businesses and Aramark and Southern Commerce Bank, hundreds of local families can rest easy knowing they, too, can celebrate a day of thanks with a hot, nourishing meal. There are many families who just dont have the extra money to buy a turkey this y ear, said Deb Pizzimenti, C ommunity Relations Coordinator at Harvest Food & O utreach Center. With the r ecent decrease in food stamp benefits, families who were barely feeding their families are now struggling even more. So far in the first week of November 2013, there has been a five percent increase in shoppers at the center, however, SNAP (Food S tamp) benefits are not just a first of the month program any longer. We have folks receiving their benefit throughout the month, so the increase of traffic at the center is surely to rise. The center offers life skill classes to accompany the discounted food offered. W e have classes that teach residents how to properly pay bills, how to make their food stamps stretch in order to get the most with what they receive and ultimately, a way to get out of the system so they are no longer relying on food stamps to feed their families, Ms. Pizzimenti said. W ith the jobs being scarce and the decrease in benefits, its a tough road, but we let them know that they can do it and that we are a source of encouragement and determination when they feel lost. M ost of the participants in the centers programs are 200 percent below the poverty level. It effects everyone and the center is hoping that those who are able can help those who are in need. S outhern Commerce B ank and Aramark have been extremely generous in helping the center give holiday meals to families in need, Ms. Pizzimenti said. They have both made huge food donations to the center. Dominicks Corner Grill in Fort Pierce has donated vouchers for 400 turkeys which will be given away, along with side dishes, on S unday, Nov. 24, from 13 p .m. at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center. This will be a huge event, which will include bounce houses from All In Fun, face painting, music and a good time for all. Bu sinesses are also collecting food for the pantry to help families during the holidays. Those locations F riday, November 15, 2013 A2 Martin County Hometown News 084358 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! We Operate with the Top of the Line Factory Level DiagnosticsSPECIALTY SERVICES INCLUDE: Shuttle Service Auto Detailing Towing Services Superior Technology for all Foreign &Domestic VehiclesWe Specialize in Classic Mercedes 075092 075095 Fort Pierce F lorida Highwaymen Art Show & Sale December 7 & 8, 2013 10 am to 5 pm Vi enna Trading Antique Mall 3401 S. US HWY 1 Fort Pierce, FL 34936 Highwayman LegendsMary Ann Carroll Roy Mclendon Al Black Carnell Smith Charles Walker Willie Daniels Highwayman 2nd Generation/LegacyKevin Hair Roy Mclendon, Jr Jimmy Stovall Johnny Stovall Richard Edwards ArtistsPamella Fessell & many more Food, Beverages & Raf esSponsored by V ienna Trading ANTIQUE MALL 461 2625 S. US 1 Fort Pierce, FL(772) 242-1827779261 779315 779316 779346Families in need find food, comfort at centerBy Anna-Marie Menhenottnews@hometownnewsol.com See CENTER, A4WarfieldF rom page A1 Save Money,Eat OUT!Save Money, Eat OUT! www.hometownnewsol.com 50 % OFFGift Certificates50 % OFFGift Certificates

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Florida Sen. Joe Negron is leading an effort to r oll back about $12 of the cost of registering a car in Florida. He says this will save Floridians about $230 million a year. This is to bring back the tag registration cost back to where it was about four years ago, when the legislature raised it because of the bad economy. What Sen. Negron and, apparently, the rest of the F lorida legislature either doesnt know (or care) about is that, at about the same time, car dealers began passing along and marking up an expense to car buyers. This is increasing their profits far more than the $230 million a year that r educing tag registration fees will save. This increased profit to car dealers is generally called the Electronic Filing Fee or E-Filing Fee, but there are other names that dealers use, just as they do for the infamous dealer fee like dealer services. Car dealers used to process the tag and r egistration required on new and used cars themselves. A bout four years ago they began outsourcing this to companies that can do this work cheaper than they can themselves. The typical cost of this outside service is only $10 or $12. So, not only did the car dealers reduce their expense, they passed along the reduced expense to you, the car buyer! But wait, theres more! Car dealers are also marking up this reduced expense up and passing this along to you too! Ive seen Electronic Filing F ees marked up to $598thats a 5,980 percent markup! At my dealership I began using a registration service company named Title Tech in 2009 and they charge me $10 to prepare the tag, r egistration, and title work for each new customer. This saves me considerable time and money from doing it myself. In the past always absorbed the higher expense and I dont pass along the r educed cost to my customers either. Its adding insult to injury to mark up this cost and pass it along to y ou. The word fee is almost always used by dealers when they are trying to disguise additional profit or to pass along an expense to you (which is the same thing as additional profit). When car buyers are lucky enough to even notice the Electronic F iling Fee, they usually assume its a tax or fee charged by the state, federal, or local governments. They do the same thing with the dealer fee under its various other names like documentary fee. F lorida law considers the Electronic Filing Fee to be the same thing as a Dealer F ee and requires that it be disclosed and used by car dealers as such. The language Florida requires for disclosure is This charge r epresents costs and profit to the dealer for items such as inspecting, cleaning, and adjusting vehicles and preparing documents r elated to the sale. The law also requires that the Electronic Filing Fee be included in all advertised prices. U nfortunately most dealers are ignoring this law just as they do with the additional profit they make with the Dealer Fee. D ealers almost never include their Dealer Fees or Electronic Filing Fees in their advertised price which is a flagrant violation of F lorida law. If they even mention that they have a dealer fee, they will say in the fine print something like pr ices plus tax, tag, and fees. A few dealers will disclose in the fine print, plus tax, tag, and $999.95 dealer fee. The Florida Senate says The law requires that the fee be included rather than specifically delineated in the advertised price. Most car dealers advertising is done on TV and the fine print disclosure is literally unreadable. The other loophole permitted by Florida law is to allow the dealers to offer only one car with the dealer fee included in the price. That would not be so bad if the dealer clearly communicated this to the buyer. But dealers use something I call the old stock number trick. Ev ery car in a dealers inventory is assigned a stock number for accounting purposes. A typical stock number is something like A25771. Dealers will put their stock number for that particular advertised car in the fine print at the bottom of the ad or elsewhere. Even if a customer sees the stock number, they have no way of knowing what it means. When the prospective buyer responds to the advertisement, the salesman tells him that the advertised car was sold but, not to worry, he has several more just like it. Ye s, he does have several more identical cars in terms of model, accessories, and MSRP. But, because they have different stock numbers, the law now permits him to add his extra profit to the advertised prices disguised as Dealer Fee and Electronic Filing Fee. It s an affront to the car buyers of Florida that their A ttorney General and their legislature allow this to continue. Car dealers have powerful lobbying groups and they clearly communicate to Pam Bondi, the AG, Car dealers latest dirty little secret, the electronic filing fee www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 15, 2013 Martin County A3 084392 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 084700 084501 779331 ON CA RSEA R L STE W AR T See S TEWART, A7

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include Hometown News, 5059 Turnpike Feeder Road, Lakewood Park; St. Lucie C ounty Sheriffs Office, several schools throughout the county, City hall in Port St. L ucie and Fort Pierce; S outhern Commerce Bank locations. In Vero Beach, locations include the UPS S tore, 2046 Treasure Coast P laza, Suite A; Treasure C oast Family Dental Dr. H amilton, 6610 20th St, Vero B each; Best Buy, 6156 20th S t, Vero Beach and Sunshine K ids, 1001 Roseland Road, Sebastian. Ha rv est Food and Outr each Center will also r eceive 100 percent of the proceeds from the sixth annual Thanksgiving Day 5K Trot Against Hunger, which will include a sweet potato pancake breakfast. F or more information on the race,visit www.trotagainsthunger.org. F or more information on donating food for families in need this holiday season,call Deb Pizzimenti at (772) 5325007. MARTIN COUNTY Its not often that regular citiz ens get to fire a gun next to the sheriff, but thats exactly what Lotus Gunworks is offering this weekend. The Jensen Beach gun r ange is hosting Shoot with the Sheriff on Saturday to benefit breast cancer research. The fundraiser takes place during Lotus Gunworks second anniversary w eekend. For two years they have been selling a full line of firearms, ammunition and archery supplies. But its more than a retail shop; Lotus Gunworks also offers training, conceal and carry courses, and shooting ranges. Their two-story gun range is where residents will be able to test their aim against Ma r tin Countys Sheriff W illiam Snyder. Before they do, participants will be able to brush up on their shooting skills with a bit of instruction. S hoot against him and see how you stand up, said Lotus manager Brandon Abell. If they do manage to outshoot the sheriff in the bulls-eye competition, prizes and Lotus swag await. There will also be a r affle for a handgun giveaway. I t should be a really fun day, Mr. Abell said. He said his dad, Robbie A bell, owner of Lotus Gunworks, came up with the idea of doing a fundraising shoot-out while in the range with Sheriff Snyder. Why not throw something together thats a little bit different? Mr. Abell said. The company participates in many community and fundraising events, but liked the idea of supporting breast cancer research in Sheriff invites residents to a shoot-out MARTIN COUNTY Schools and nonprofit agencies will be implementing numerous character-building initiatives for students thanks to United W ay of Martin Countys CHARACTER COUNTS! program. F or the seventh year in a ro w, CHARACTER C OUNTS! distributed $10,000 in mini-grants during National CHARACTER C OUNTS! Week from Oct. 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TREASURE COAST All children need security, trust, encouragement and someone to love them unconditionally. At any given time in St. Lucie, Mar tin, Indian River and Okeechobee counties, there are approximately 125 to 175 local children in foster care hoping to be adopted into a forever home. In 1995, President Clinton established the month of November as N ational Adoption Month in order to build awareness of the needs of these children. The Heart Gallery of Okeechobee & the Treasure Coast is one program that is helping children in foster care find permanent, loving homes with families locally and throughout the nation. All too often, people think of cute, cuddly babies when they think of adoption, said Frank Avilla, adoption marketing specialist for Childrens H ome Society of Florida. In truth, there are many older children in foster care who need nurturing and loving homes. These arent bad kids. Most of the children are intelligent, funny, outgoing, and full of character. They are brave and full of hopes and dreams for a brighter future that includes a family that loves them. There is a stigma that children in the foster care system are troublesome. I t s just not always the case, explained Avilla. Unfortunately, the kids who are removed from their homes were exposed to some sort of trauma including abandonment, neglect or abuse, whether emotional, sexual, or physical. These children may not have had a great beginning, but they can have a bright future with an adoptive family. K athy Basile, former executive director of the Childrens Services C ouncil of St. Lucie County, brought the Heart Gallery idea to the Treasure C oast after seeing the concept in Hillsborough County in the early 2000s. Str uck by the photos and biographies of the children participating in the H eart Gallery, she knew this was something that could benefit children in foster care on the Treasure Coast. The vision became a reality with the launch of the Heart Gallery of Okeechobee & the Treasure Coast through the support of the Childrens Services C ouncil of St. Lucie County, Scripps Tr easure Coast Newspapers and Childrens Home Society of Florida. The Heart Gallery of Okeechobee & the Treasure Coast continues to be a collaborative effort of numerous organizations dedicated to increasing the number of adoptive families, as w ell as to heighten the awareness of the many children needing families in the community. Children eight-yearsold up to 17-years-old in the foster care system are asked if they would like to participate in the program. A photographer from Scripps Treasure C oast Newspapers takes a professional photograph of the children and a short biography is written to describe each participant. The photo and biogr aphy are then added to the Heart G allery display that is exhibited yearlong throughout the Treasure Coast at local businesses. The profiles are also added to smaller mini Heart Galleries, adoption recruitment books and various statewide and national adoption websites. C urrently, there are about 34 local kids participating in the Heart Gallery program, said Mr. Avilla. At one point last year, we just had 11. The increase in the number of kids participating is both good and bad. Its unfortunate to see so many children needing a forever home, but its good that they are positive about wanting to participate in the Heart Gallery which then allows us to recruit additional adoptive families. Since inception in 2005, we have had between 60 and 70 adoptions take place because of this program. The Heart Gallery of Okeechobee & the Treasure Coast is partially funded honor of Octobers breast cancer awareness month and to get women into shooting. Theyre a big part of the shooting community now, Mr. Abell said. The shoot-out takes place Nov. 16, from 1-3 p .m., but as part of the anniversary weekend there will be a cookout beforehand from 11a.m. -2 p.m. and good deals inside the store. The shoot, ammunition and training are all free, but $5 donations are requested to participate. C ome meet your local sheriff and support a great cause, Mr. Abell said. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 15, 2013 Martin County A5 084711 Arrests listed were made Nov. 1 through Nov.8Stuart Police Department Christopher Ryan Mason, 35, of 3230 S.E.Aster Lane Apt 122, Stuart, was charged with resisting officer with violence. Andrew Padula, 49, of 8390 S .E.Sanctuary Drive, Hobe Sound, was charged with aggrav ated assault, with aggravated battery, and with reckless driving.Martin County Sheriff's Office Evelyn J.Hicks, 29, of 7060 S .E.Salerno Road, Stuart, was charged with aggravated assault. Zackary Wendell Houston, 58, of 840 S.E.Highland Road, Stuart, w as charged with introduction/removal of contraband into county detention facility, with battery, and with possession of cannabis under 20 grams. Christina Sheri Jadusingh, 26, of 9006 S.E.Parkway Drive, Hobe Sound, was charged with possession of controlled substance with intent to sell/deliver, and with possession of controlled substance. Lori Michelle Lambert, 27, of 10725 S.Ocean Drive Lot 142, Jensen Beach, was charged with f elony violation of probation. Josh Lewis Mayes, 30, of 4775 28th Court, Vero Beach, was charged with possession of controlled substance with intent to sell/deliver. Donna Rosalee Miller, 32, of 8237 S.E.Swan Ave., Hobe Sound, was charged with felony violation of probation. Kelly Marie Rotkowitz, 29, of 889 Crystal Lake Drive, Deerfield Beach, was charged with aggrav ated battery. Diego Sanchez-Perez, 35, of 150th Street, Indiantown, was charged with unarmed robbery. Pierre Richard Soriano, 34, of 2024 N.W.First Street Apt 4, Miami, was charged with grand theft of motor vehicle, with petit theft first offense, and with driving while license suspended with knowledge. Gentrus Peran Thomas, 36, of 5725 39th Street, Vero Beach, was charged with trafficking in cocaine. Lashaun Marie Brown, 27, of 2606 N.E.Hickory Ave., Jensen Beach, was charged with possession, sale, manufacture or delivery of controlled substance schedule II or III or IV, and with delivery of methamphetamine. Lorenzo Cordola, 37, of 1019 N.W.15th Street, Stuart, was charged with felony violation of probation. Rebecca Jean Jenkins, 53, of 2398 S.E.Monroe Street, Stuart, w as charged with grand theft, with dealing in stolen property, and with providing false ownership information to second-hand property dealer. Tommy Johnson, 45, homeless, was charged with felony violation of probation. Charnay Tatiyana Myers, 21, of 2606 N.E.Hickory Ave., Jensen Beach, was charged with possession, sale, manufacture or delivery of controlled substance schedule II or III or IV, with delivery of methamphetamine, with possession of controlled substance without valid prescription, and with two counts of possession of cannabis under 20 grams. Patricia Lynette Vance, 35, of 902 E.13th Street, Stuart, was charged with grand theft. Timothy James Fritschle, 42, of 934 N.W.Spruce Ridge Drive, Stuart, was charged with felony violation of probation. William Mckenzie Gibson, 50, of 4901 Oleander Ave.#A, Fort Pierce, was charged with lewd/lascivious exhibition in presence of elderly person or disabled person. Carrie Ann Krupa, 24, of 1843 S .E.College Street, Stuart, was charged with felony violation of probation. Gabriel Galarza, 18, of 11500 S. W. Kanner Highway #30, Indiantown, was charged burglary, and with grand theft of property v alued $300-$5,000. William Mckenzie Gibson, 50, of 4901 Oleander Ave.#A, Fort Pierce, was charged with burglary of conveyance, with criminal mischief $200 or less subsequent offense, and with theft. Robert Martin Laurendeau, 40, of 2330 N.E.Rustic Way, Jensen Beach, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs third violation. Felix Pablo Lias, 27, of 4 Birch Street, Hollywood, was charged with obtaining goods through fraudulent use of credit card and with f elony failure to appear. Michael Joseph Messina, 62, of 800 N.W.Fork Road Apt B6, Stuart, w as charged with possession, sale, manufacture or delivery of controlled substance and with possession of cannabis under 20 grams. Pamela Louise Odum, 56, of 418 Tejon Street, Stuart, was charged with Nov 7 and charged with possession of controlled substance without valid prescription. Dalton William Sloan, 21, of 10230 S.E.Federal Highway #10, Hobe Sound, was charged with b urglary of conveyance and with grand theft. Michael James White, 32, of 19105 S.E.Mayo Drive, Tequesta, w as charged with battery second or subsequent offense.Florida Department of Financial Services Antonio Gonzalez, 35, of 14946 S. W. Martin Luther King Drive, Indiantown, was charged with fraud use of false identification for workers' compensation claim less than $20k. Cesar Guerrero, 29, of 11090 S .E.Federal Highway Lot 90, Hobe Sound, was charged with fraud use of false identification for workers' compensation claim less than $20k. Mateo Lopez-Lopez, 52, of 7550 Chanel Street, Port Salerno, w as charged with fraud use of f alse identification for workers' compensation claim less than $20k. Sergio Garcia Rodriguez, 38, of 15780 S.W.753rd Lot 2, Indiantown, was charged with fraud use of false identification for workers' compensation claim less than $20k.Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission Ryan Respeto-Hardy, 20, of 4955 S.W.Honey Terrace, Palm City, was charged with use of f alse/fictitious name/address or statement required in vessel application or affidavit, and with supply of blank/forged/counterfeit bill of sale/etc.for vessel.Police reportIf you have information about a crime, c all Treasure Coast Crimestoppers at (800) 273-TIPS. Editors 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. SheriffF rom page A4 Nonprofit celebrates national adoption monthF or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com See ADOPTION, A11

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Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographerKindergarteners Bailey Walker, Raven Turner, Kaylia Brown and Nate Reaver recite the Pledge of Allegiance during the Veteran's Day assembly. The assembly featured guest speakers representing four branches of the armed services and was held at Felix Williams Elementary in Stuart on Thursday, Nov. 7. See more photos, A10 If there is one computer issue I can name that annoys both Windows users and Mac users alike, it would have to be automatic updates. If yo u ve used a computer for any length of time youve experienced annoying messages that pop up telling y ou that one program or another needs to update and usually the message is worded in such a way as to make you believe that if you ignore the message horrible things will happen. One of the worst offenders has got to be Adobe with their Flash and Adobe Reader update messages popping up on an almost daily basis. What gives? Why is it that y ou can hardly make it through a week without some program interrupting y our workflow nagging you about an update and insisting that you need it? Does ignoring update messages lead down the path of doom or are these constant messages just noise that can safely be ignored? F irst, I like to categorize updates into two slots the first being important updates that are dangerous to ignore and the second slot for updates that are trivial and safe to ignore (until actually needed). Lets talk about the first category; why ignoring them can lead down the road to peril and what you should do about them. I categorize things like operating system updates and antivirus updates as important dont ignore. When you see a message telling you that W indows has x amount of updates available or (if you are running a Mac) important operating system updates are available, set aside some time to apply these updates because the operating system is the one central part of the computer that governs everything. Q uite often these updates are patches that correct known bugs and often plug security holes that viruses and malware can take advantage of to infect your system. Ignoring these operating system updates can leave you vulnerable to malware or other problems that the updates just may fix. And the fact of the matter is if y our computer is up and r unning, you are using the operating system so its not like its an update for a program you never use. Antivirus updates are in the same category they are important and ignoring them can leave your system open to attack from viruses that y ou may encounter as you surf the net. Think of it this way every day new viruses are released into the wild and it takes the antivirus companies a while to come up with a definition for these new threats. Its these definitions that are included in the antivirus updates and applying these updates is the only way your antivirus program can recognize (and block) new threats as you encounter them online. Sure we r e all vulnerable to the new threats that havent been defined yet but ignoring the antivirus updates leaves you vulnerable to threats that have already been discovered. If your antivirus software doesnt update itself automatically ignoring the update messages is just asking for an infection. OK, lets talk about the second category updates that are safe to ignore. I have a theory about this. On every computer there are hundreds of programs installed. Some programs are used daily and some hardly ever get used at all but all programs have one thing in common they are all written by people and most of them are working 9 to 5 at their programming job. When they write a program and then distribute their program to the masses its not over for them. What happens is after they release a program, when they show up for work the next day, they keep working on the program that theyve already released and push adjustments out as automatic updates. I adopt the attitude of if its not broke, dont fix it and ignore the update messages that all the other programs on my machine make. I only apply non-operating system or non-antivirus updates when Im having problems with that particular program. Its a philosophy that has yet to let me down. S ean McCarthy fixes computers.He can be reached at (888) 752-9049 or help@ComputeThisOnline.c om (no hyphens).Higher and lower priority updates COMP UTE T HISSE AN MCCARTHY 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, MARTHA SMITH OFROCKLEDGE! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 069568WIN$100 WIN$100This W eeks Prize This W eeks Prize 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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However you can also look at our federal government who supports some of this. S ome of these kids come from impoverished households with parents who got onto the welfare wagon, which is abundant in Fort Pierce. These individuals have kids, at least three of them, that the government gives them money to support these kids. The parents get into Sec. 8 housing where the government covers some of the rent as well. Some of these women have no education other than how to use the system, so if they dropped out of school and dont want to better themselves, but have kids, how are they supposed to help the kids with proper grammar or any language skill? But if you ask them if they know the words to the rap that they listen to, they have that down pat. How can you fix this terrible epidemic across the board conservative and tell Washington to quit with the free handouts so the youth coming from poverty will be contributing part of the community, and by contributing I dont mean having more kids so they can get that government mighty money. Welfare as far as Im concerned just breads more poverty, which leads to crime. Some people on welfare dont want to better themself they just want a free paycheck courtesy of the tax payer and the democratic "socialist" party. Yes, its very aggravating isnt it?Return of the birdsA bout the snowbirds return, you really didn't have to advertise that you were back, unless you think we southerners are too stupid to notice. Oh y eah we see the difference in the traffic, we see the arrogant, rude, unfriendly, pushy, unsmiling faces in the grocery stores. As far as the places that went under. Were those some of the places that were owned by some of the "birds" when they were here last winter and when they left and flew Nor th last summer, the places they left went under. Oh I know since you came back this winter you probably found a cheaper "nest" less than what you owed on the one that went under. That's what it sounds like happened when you said you came back too late to save some of the places that went under and you will pour your money into others. Also you make yourselves disliked and why should we celebrate your return? Do you think of yourselves as special and we should be standing at the Georgia -Florida state line with banners shouting, welcome back? Dream on!Counties should help Why is it that local counties refuse to create work, affordable housing and eliminate homelessness? How come it so hard for both counties to create work and affordable housing? There are people out of work or about to lose their jobs and be put out on the street and become homeless. By creating work and affordable housing the counties can all but eliminate homelessness. These same people want to work, even keep their jobs, and also want affordable housing not only for themselves, but for their families. Why is it they look the other way and not solve the problem? This is the reason why we have a bad reputation nationwide; they blame everyone else for their own ignorance. Concerned about school safetyMy daughter is currently a freshman at a local high school. In the last month, there have been a number of security issues at that school. A student was detained for assaulting a faculty member with a box cutter. On another occasion, there was a huge fight at a football game. I received a phone call from another parent, who urged me to pick my child up from school immediately, because a student had threatened to bring a gun to school. Last week, the school was on lock down because officials thought there was a criminal on school grounds. I know that school officials and the sheriff's department are doing all they can to keep my child safe, but I have to wonder if she is truly safe. I paid property taxes just like every home owner. I do not understand why there is not more security on the campuses. If we can afford metal detectors to protect our court houses, why can we not afford to protect our children? Dont forget about the little guyIn the day and age of Internet shopping, lets try to r emember to patronize our mom and pop businesses in order to keep them alive during this bad time. Small r estaurants also need our help. This area has almost no atmosphere and we do need to hang onto any of the neat, small restaurants we've got. Please eat an extra meal, if you can, at your favorite little hang-out.Grow upI had written a very similar letter a couple of years ago and I guess some people don't get it. Halloween is for kids and the more these adolescent six-foot teens go out doing what was supposed to be for kids the less people will be giving out candy on Halloween. Who will this hurt? The r eal kids who should not be punished by these supposedly grown up teens. The letter writer asks at the end. When will they grow up? I ask the same and wonder also about the parents of these "grown up?" kids.Be careful when checking outI just want everyone to be aware of the mistakes that cashiers and/or the computers are making lately in our local stores. The other day, if I didnt notice it, I would have been charged twice for the same item at the grocery store because the cashier ran it through two times. Last week, I checked my slip when I got home and was not charged the sale price and had to go all the way back to the store for my r efund. S ometimes they put in the wrong code and I am charged more for an item. Bottom line here folks: check your slips. E conomy is tight enough.Drain the ditchesWhen is the city going to grade the ditches and clean the storm drains? Water has been standing for several days in the ditches. Water has been standing for so long a time that I am becoming concerned that a health hazard is just around the corner. The city has ample equipment and employees to resolve the problem. I would ask that city officials take a drive around town and look at the water problem that has persisted for far too long. No toy donationsI will gladly contribute shoes, clothes, school supplies and whatever else children might need, but don't ask me to contribute to Toys For Tots or any other age group. That's like asking me to contribute to bonuses for the CEOs of Mattel and Fisher-Price, among others, while the Chinese who produce the toys make 10 cents an hour. Americans have got to get smart, become aware of the total picture and get their priorities in order. Got something to say? 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and the legislature that they better not mess with their D ealer Fees and Electronic F iling Fees. Another reason you dont hear much about this atrocity on consumers is that the media has assumed their hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil stance. The TV newspapers, and radio are deathly afraid of losing car dealers advertising. Car dealers are the largest local advertisers. Some of you may know that my wife, N ancy, and I were recently fired from our weekly consumer advice radio show on Seaview radio which we had done for almost seven y ears. This was because of dealer threats to cancel their advertising. When I reported this attack on free speech to the Palm Beach Post, they r efused to run the story or even allow me to purchase an advertisement that states the truth. What can you and I do about this when we have such powerful institutions as the media, Attorney General, and Florida Legislature siding with the car dealers against you, the consumers? The answer is MAKE SOME NOISE! We, the people support, not only the media, but the politicians. Without our viewing, listening and r eadership the media cant sell advertising and without our dollars and votes, politicians cant get elected. C all, write, or email your local newspaper, radio and TV station, and local senator and representative. Tell them yo u re tired of them kowtowing to the car dealers and the F lorida Automobile Dealers Association. Demand that the laws on the Electronic F iling Fee and the Dealer Fee be enforced. Tell them Were mad as hell and we wont put up with it anymore! www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 15, 2013 Martin County A7 Call For Your FREE Consultation!The Only FDA Approved f or Body Contouring. 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FREE Cellulite TreatmentCoupons cannot be combined 084710 NOW OPEN!Daneal Franks Beyond Reality T attoo Boutique3rd Generation Tattoo Artists A ward Winning Artist 25% OFFW ith This CouponExpires 12/15/13www.DanealFrank.com Instagram: Daniel_Frank 10768 S. US Hwy 1 Port St. LucieIn Sandpiper Plaza Across from Walmart772-335-5599Daneal Franks Beyond Reality T attoo BoutiqueNOW OPEN!084533Monday Saturday 11am~9pm Sunday 12pm~7pm or By Appointment Spa offers luxury services without luxury pricesMARTIN COUNTY While studying for her Master of Business Administration degree from Florida A tlantic University, Ann Le did nails to earn money. Once graduated, Ms. Le decided she would rather o wn her own business r ather than work for someone else. Her passion for nails, skin care and beauty meshed with her desire to o wn a business and soon, BN ails Spa was born. The spa has been open for 11 years, said Ms. Le. W e recently underwent a r enovation and expanded the entire spa. The new building is exquisite, offering areas for pedicures, manicures, facials, waxing, a full service salon, and areas where groups can enjoy services together. S ometimes we have parties of two or more people, like bachelorette parties, where the guests would like to enjoy their services together, Ms. Le said. We can accommodate groups. They get their beauty treatments together, being able to interact with each other and enjoy a complimentary bottle of champagne. O ther special services offered include a private spa session for couples who would like to enjoy privacy while receiving spa treatments. The spa also has several services that include a complimentary glass of wine or beer. F or example, the hot stone super pedicure, which begins with a menthol sea r ock salt foot soak, and includes various organic oils or sugar scrubs massaged into the legs to exfoliate and r emove dead skin cells, a hot stone massage on legs and feet to relieve tension and muscle aches, and is followed by a hot towel wrap treatments, a paraffin foot bath treatment to condition skin, a moisturizing massage and a nail color of ones choice, includes the complimentary beverage. Although that service includes the beverage, wine and beer are available with any service for an additional cost. The spa also offers full body waxing, permanent make-up, and eyelash extensions. This is a complete, fullservice salon, Ms. Le said. W e offer beauty treatments from top to bottom. We want our customers to know that they are in a safe, sterile environment and that we are the only salon in the area to use pedicure bowl liners as a free service to our clients. It s obvious by the cleanliness of the salon that sanitation is something that Ms. Le and her staff takes very seriously. The immaculate facility gives a feel of a luxury spa. The environment is friendly and the well worth the trip for a day of selfindulgence and beautification. The spa is open Monday through Saturday, from 9:30 a.m. 7 p.m. and on Sunday, from 11 a.m. 4 p.m. It is located at 2266 S.E. Federal H ighway in Stuart. F or more information,call (772) 288-7004.Business Photo courtesy of Ann LeThe newly renovated B-Nails Spa provides a luxurious setting for clients.By Anna-Marie Menhenottnews@hometownnewsol.comStewartF rom page A3

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20 to 27. The funds will support projects that promote, implement and enrich CHARACTER COUNTS! character education programs. S ince 2007, this program awarded more than $70,000 to implement character education programs throughout Mar tin County and has played a vital role in the lives of more than 35,000 Martin C ounty students. This years recipients include: Allison Boyar, Dr. D avid L. Anderson Middle School; Sarah Roti and David V aina, Boys & Girls Clubs of Mar tin County; Lana Barros, Citrus Grove Elementary School; John Stiles, Clark Adv anced Learning Center; Kristina Jackson, Crystal Lake Elementary School; J ennifer Ford, Drug Abuse Tr eatment Association; D avid Cardno, Father & Child Resource Center; Kathleen Snore, Florida Arts & D ance Company; Kathy Derr inger, Helping People Succeed; Michelle McCree, H obe Sound Elementary School; Alli Newman, Hope Rur al School; William S apienza, J D Parker School of Science, Math & Technology; Jennifer Borowicz, SafeS pace; Heather DeSimpelaere, SeaWind Elementary School; Stacey Ayers and Sa ra Bar ner, Stuart Middle School; Jeff Shearer, Tykes and Teens; and Jennifer Goddard and Lisa Knapp, War field Elementary School. Although highly identified with schools, CHARACTER C OUNTS!, a program of U nited Way of Martin County, is an initiative for people of all ages and walks of life. The program is embraced by government, law enforcement and businesses in Martin County. F or more information,visit www.charactercounts.net or call (772) 283-4800,Ext.234. F riday, November 15, 2013 A8 Martin CountyHometown News is now accepting reservations for our November 14thEvening of Enrichment November 29th Laughter Yoga 11am Come in and Try It! November 30th Part 1 of a 3 Part Christmas Present Series, make great holiday gifts!Call 772-631-8381,or Website@ www.PlanetPatsy.comThe You-Nique Boutique at Planet Patsy084393 Check Our Event Calendar 084685 Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers!779349 779353 Only Spa in Martin County to Offer FREE Pedicure Bowl Liners for State-of-the-Art Cleanliness!Monday-Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (772) 288-70042226 SE Federal Hwy. Stuartwww.bnailsspa.com 084689 Hair Booth for Rent $500/month $5 OFFALL HAIR SERVICESExpires 11/25/13PEDICURE OR FULL SETEXPIRES 11/25/13$20 Plan for long-term care costsNov ember is Longterm Care Awareness M onth. And when it comes to long-term care such as a stay in a nursing home or the services provided by a home health aide youll want to plan for the potential costs involved. Of course, you might think that youll always be able to live independently, without re quiring any assistance and perhaps you will. How ever, the odds arent necessarily in your favor: A bout 70 percent of Americans who reach the age of 65 will need some form of longterm care in their lives for an average of three years, according to estimates from the U.S. Department of H ealth and Human Services. And every type of longterm care is expensive. C onsider these numbers, taken from the 2013 Cost of Ca re Su rv ey produced by Genworth, a financial security company: The national average rate for a private room in a nursing home is $83,950 a jump of 24 percent over the past five years. And its not much cheaper for a semiprivate room in a nursing home the average cost is $75,405 per year, up 23 percent from five years ago. A full-time home health aide costs, on average, $44,479 per year. If you had to spend more than $80,000 per year for a nursing home, and you needed to stay in that nursing home for several y ears, what would it do to y our savings? How would it affect all your financial goals? M any people think M edicare will pay for longterm care expenses, but thats just not the case. In r eality, Medicare only covers a small percentage of longterm care costs, which means its typically up to the individual to foot the bills. Yo u ve worked hard to position yourself for an enjoyable retirement, so its important to protect your income and assets from potentially huge long-term care costs. How can you deal with these expenses? Essentially, you have a couple of options. First, you could self-insure by incorporating long-term costs into your future budget but, as the above numbers indicate, that could be pretty expensive. Your second choice is to transfer the risk of incurring longterm care costs to an insurance company. A financial professional can assist you in choosing the r ight solution for your individual needs. Howe ve r, as important as it is to address costs, and ways of meeting them, its also necessary to look at some of the other factors that may be connected with the need for long-term care services. To illustrate: If you we re to enter a nursing home, you might be suffering from a physical or mental disability that could keep you from handling your o wn affairs. So you may want to consult with your legal advisor to discuss a durable power of attorney, which would allow you to delegate y our financial decisions to a r elative, close friend or anyone else you might choose. Pr eparing for the unexpected, including long-term care, takes time and careful planning. So why not observe Long-term Care A wareness Month by getting started on your plans? It can be time well spent. F or more information or a free,no-obligation portfolio r eview,call Edward Jones Inv estment Representative J amie Chapogas,(772) 4637189. FINA NCIALJAMIE C HAPOGAS CharacterF rom page A4 Photo courtesy of Bob DobensJim Vojcsik, executive director of United Way of Martin County, presents Michelle Chevalier, left, and Kathy Derringer, right, with a mini-grant check for a character-building program at Helping People Succeed. GOT NEWS?CALLUSTODAY!

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quently be found at fundraisers, Chamber luncheons and hundreds of other local events as he immersed himself in the district he represents. All of which he has done while attempting to r educe negative partisan attitudes in Washington. I think we waste too much time in government pointing fingers and attributing blame, Mr. M urphy said. We have to find a solution. So instead of celebrating his first year in Congress, hes looking ahead. W e ve got a lot more to do before we can celebrate, Mr. Murphy said. He plans to keep fighting for the Indian River and hopes to get representatives from government agencies like the D epartment of Wildlife and the Army Corps of Engineers down to witness the issues first hand. C ontinuing to advocate for our local waterways is key, Mr. Murphy said. M aking sure veterans have jobs and helping find solutions to recover from and prevent another national financial crisis are also on the top of his to-do list. I m proud of my team for getting a lot done but we still have a lot to fight for, Mr. Murphy said.Doctor specializes in muscular injuriesTREASURE COAST The Treasure Coast region is now home to the newest member of the Active R elease Technique cadre of instructors. Dr Daniel A. Rukeyser, D .C. is the only ART instructor serving Martin, S t. Lucie, Okeechobee, and I ndian River counties. Dr. R ukeyser and VITAL Wellness Center serve as the only ART providers as well. ART providers are trained to palpate and treat more than 300 muscular injuries and more than 100 nerve entrapments which often cause numbness and tingling. ART has proven to be successful in treating professional and amateur athletes, people injured in automobile accidents or those who simply work r igorously on a daily basis. Dr Rukeyser most recently put his skills to use during the Kona 2013 Ironman event in Hawaii. I believe in being fit and well. I work on many local runners, cyclists, triathletes, and many other athletes, said Dr. R ukeyser. Its important that residents of the Treasure Coast know the same level of care that was made available to world class athletes during the Ironman World Championship is available right here on the Treasure Coast. Dr Rukeyser has studied extensively to become a Ce r tified Provider of the A ctive Release Technique and a member of the Ironman Provider Network. That training recently culminated with Dr. Rukeyser being accepted as Certified ART Instructor. I nstead of mashing muscles through the range of motion, a Certified ART Pr o vider locates target tissue and separates it from the others by putting the tissue through their particular r ange of motion. This method causes less irritation and provides for greater success in normalizing function and reducing pain because of its specificity of diagnoses and treatment for the professional as well as amateur athlete. With my I nstructor certification, I look forward to helping others become well versed in these techniques so we can contribute to a healthier lifestyle with less pain and more personal athletic accomplishments, said Dr Rukeyser. Dr Rukeyser and his staff also treat patients with cases such as tennis elbow, carpal tunnel, wrist sprain, shoulder tendonitis, plantar fasciitis and sciatica, herniated discs. Often he helps people avoid surgery with less invasive measures. V ital Wellness Center benchmarks success through patient satisfaction, extraordinary care, and wellness. V ital Wellness Center has locations in Stuart and a soon to be open new Fort Pierce location. Vital Wellness provides convenient hours of operation Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. F or more information, call (772) 232-4091 in Stuart or (772) 882-9788 in Fo rt Pierce or visit www.vitalwellnesscenter.c om. 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Jeff Smith of Sewalls Point plays the bagpipes, ending the assembly honoring V eterans Day at Felix A. Williams Elementary. Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographershops will cover: Introduction to M edicare Original Medicare (parts A & B) Medicare Supplemental I nsurance (Medigaps) Medicare Advantage P lans (Part C) Medicare Prescription Dr ug coverage (part D) Financial Assistance Pr ograms The Medicare 101 workshops are part of the SHINE Pr ogram, which supports the Florida Department of Elder Affairs mission by providing free and unbiased health insurance counseling through a dedicated network of volunteers, empowering Florida seniors to make informed healthcare choices. F or more information about library programs visit: http://library.stlucieco.gov.Seasons Readings book driveFr iends of the Martin C ounty Library System hope to collect 300 books to be given to children, ages 35, enrolled in a Martin C ounty program with the Early Learning Coalition. To donate, visit a local library and choose a paper gingerbread figure with a childs first name and age, and list your name and phone number on the list at the circulation counter. Pur chase an age-appropriate, non-religious, hardcover book (theres a guide of r ecommendations on the counter), then bring your book and the gingerbread figure to the library circulation desk by Dec. 7. F or more information, visit www.library.martin.fl.us or call (772) 221-1403.Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographerT ony Reese, retired Navy Chief Petty Officer talks about the Navy to the assembly. F riday, November 15, 2013 A10 Martin CountyHometown News MAXxS Shaving Room A Complete Gentlemens BarbershopEst. 2013 Bringing back the old fashion hot shave in a unique setting and concept. A place a man can call his own...and want to come back for more! 607 Colorado Ave., Stuart, FL 34944 772-221-3321Customer Loyalty ProgramPurchase a yearly membership and save $$$Maximum 1 (one) haircut or service per monthComplimentary ear and clean up within 2 weeks of your last haircut. Massage Therapist on Duty! Customer ReferralRefer a friend and you both get 10% offyour next haircut! The Haigh Group of Illustrated Properties has moved!Come and visit our new beautiful waterfront property in downtown Stuart200 Atlanta Avenue, Stuart FL772-600-7252084679 084720 Honoring the Veterans KnowF rom page A1 084682 TELL EM YOU READ IT IN THE

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by the Childrens Services C ouncil of St. Lucie County, a local agency that helps the community by helping ensure every baby is a healthy baby, keeping kids off the streets, preventing child abuse, keeping kids off drugs and alcohol, and keeping them in school. Without the collaboration of professionals and numerous organizations, the Heart Gallery would not be able to assist children in foster care find permanent, nurturing homes. B efore the Heart Gallery of O keechobee & the Treasure C oast launched, pictures and profiles of children in foster care were only in a book on a shelf where few people saw them, said Mr. Avilla. B ecause of the Heart Gallery, we can educate the community about the children up for adoption. We have a great need for families who are willing to consider adopting children who have experienced some sort of trauma. A doption isnt for everyone, but for those interested, please think of the children participating in the Heart G allery program. TREASURE COAST People do business with people they like. Its a long held belief of many successful entrepreneurs and business leaders. This is never more important than in dealing with the personal business of real estate. A persons home is one of their largest financial investments, said Jim Kirvin CEO of Platinum Properties. When buying or selling, you are looking at the process not only as an investment but one of the most personal aspects of your life. Its where you comfort and protect your family, gather with friends, and live life. P latinum Properties recently hired several new agents in the Port St. Lucie office and its two other South Florida locations. The additional hires will help the company as it continues to grow and expand. "I am very excited about helping the company continue strong growth by winning on the client services arena. We get real estate but more than that, we get our clients and are committed to providing results, said Mr. Kirvin. P latinum Properties focuses on hiring the best people to help their clients. What sets us apart from other firms is that we strategically hire the best agents and we do not subscribe to the current trend of real estate business model which is having a high agent count. That type of model hopes that each agent will do one or two deals each year and pay additional fees to cover overhead. Agencies utilizing this type of model have many inexperienced agents that are unable to provide a high level of service. We strive for quality over quantity, people who want to deliver r esults for our clients and as a r esult this approach we provide more opportunity for each agent. The firm has quickly become one of the fastestgrowing real estate firms in No r thern Palm Beach, Martin and St. Lucie counties. Sales for the trailing twelve months topped $120 million. The company has offices in Port S t. Lucie, Jupiter, Juno Beach and Stuart. Thousands of home buyers and sellers have turned to Platinum Properties R ealty, Inc. to be their trusted partner. They recently expanded their corporate office in Jupiter from 3,000 5,100square feet. I f you want to keep growing you have to keep hiring, said Mr. Kirvin who emphasizes it is not a job for just anyone. For us, its about finding great people, inspiring them and giving them the resources to be successful. The result Platinum Properties has grown sales over each previous year, even during the economic downturn, according to Mr. Kirvin. We have achieved this by strategically adding the right agents and by increasing our current agents business. The boutique firm retains a small and friendly feel, offers a comprehensive range of services, and thorough knowledge of the market. Part of the companys regional expansion plans include more strategically planned hires. W e are looking for agents who care, listen, and know what is needed to get the job done because they love what they do, said Mr. Kirvin. They approach buying and selling a home as if it was their o wn. M any people ask if an agent is necessary today with web sites open 24/7. Mr. Kirvin believes they do, now more than ever. H ome buying and selling is a complicated process with a lot at stake. An agent can bring an objective perspective and look out for your best interests, he said. Good agents know how to best leverage pricing negotiations, market your home, and navigate the complicated process of closing. Mr. Kirvin points out the downside to the do-it-yourself home buyer can include old information that wastes a buyers time and gives them false hope. Many website listings are out of date. Agents are often aware of properties that come on the market and sell before anyone has time to list them online. The companys management team believes in leveraging technology and takes a high-tech, high touch approach by making major investments in technology. This technology supports efficiencies and client support for agents and enables clients the best online tools. For buyers and sellers the web is important to find a home or showcase theirs. Its website www.platprops.com enjoys one of the highest Google r ankings of any area sites and 3,000 page views per day. The functionality allows searches by neighborhood, price bracket and amenities. W e help clients reach their r eal estate goals and as a r esult they stay with us for future moves, said Mr. Kirvin. I t can be challenging to maintain an ongoing relationship because most people are not moving every year. So from the start, the relationship has to be cemented in integrity, commitment and experience. Our goal is to make our clients so happy they will continue to come back to us or refer us. 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America, the Grammy award winning rock group, takes the Sunrise Theatre stage, on Friday, Nov. 22 at 8 p .m. The year 2010 marked the 40th anniversary of this classic-rock favorite. And for one night only you can experience a walk down memory lane with songs like: I Need Y ou, Ventura Highway, Don't Cross The River, Tin Man, Lonely People, and Sister Golden Hair. F ounding members, Gerry B eckley and Dewey Bunnell, along with former band mate D an Peek, met in the late 1960s and quickly harmonized their way to the top of the charts on the strength of their signature song, A Horse W ith No Name. America became a global household name and paved the way with an impressive string of hits following the success of their first #1 single. For ty years later, these friends are still making music together, touring the world and thrilling audiences with their ageless sound. The 40th anniversary show features songs reflecting some of their song-writing inspirations. In addition, it will showcase their first album America with an acoustic set featuring standards such as: I Need You and Three Roses, along with some never-before-performed deep cuts. Fr om anonymous horses to fast-moving trains, Americas extraordinary fourdecade musical legacy of consummately crafted pop/rock songs, trademark lush harmonies and evocative lyrical landscapes will never go out of style. Get r eady for an incredible evening with the timeless music of America. The Sunrise Theatre is located at 117 S.Second Street, Fo rt Pierce.For tickets,priced at $59/49,call the Box Office at (772) or visit www.Sunr iseTheatre.com FRIDAY, NOV. 15 Catsablanca..Heres Looking For Y ou, Kitty: 6-10 p.m., Mariner Sands Country Club, Stuart. Mystery dinner theater and silent auction to benefit Dominos Cat Rescue League. The club will be transformed into Ricks American Caf in late 1941. Its the site of a mysterious catnapping, and the cat in question is wearing a very valuable piece of jewelry. Attendees will be the detectives who solve the mystery while enjoying cocktails, a sumptuous buffet, and other mysterious surprises. All proceeds will go directly to the sheltering, adoption, and community education activities of Dominos House. F or more information, visit www.dominoshouse.orgFRIDAY, NOV. 15 SUNDAY,NOV. 17 Drowsy Chaperone: Musical performed by StarStruck TeenStars. The story begins when a die-hard musicaltheater fan plays his favorite cast album on his turntable, and the musical literally bursts to life in his living room, telling the rambunctious tale of a brazen Broadway starlet trying to find, and keep, her true love. Shows are at 7 p.m., Nov. 1 5-16, and at 2 p.m., Nov. 16-17. Tickets start at $19.99. StarStruck Theatre is located at 2101 S. Kanner Highway, Stuart. F or tickets, call the box office at (772) 283-7787 or visit starstruckfl.com.SAT URDAY, NOV. 16 SUNDAY,NOV. 17 Stuart Seafood Festival: New event, held in Memorial Park, Stuart. F resh seafood, nautical vendors, live music, family activities. Hours are 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16, and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 17. Adult admission is $5 each day for advance tickets ($7 at the door); children 12 and under admitted free. Free parking. Visit www.stuartseafoodfestival.com. TH ROUGH SUNDAY, NOV. 24 Pin Curls by Gale Baker: T he BarnMartin County 084661 084386 779327Happy 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 Out & about MARTIN COUNTY F or several Martin County r esidents, the upcoming B each 2 Bar 5k, a fundraiser for the Cystic F ibrosis Foundation, hits close to home. The race will raise both money and awareness for the disease and athletes like 15-year-old Ben Madden who has Cystic Fibrosis and race founder Amy Br andon, whose 4-yearold son was diagnosed with the disease. Ms. Brandon has always been a runner and triathlete, but when her son was diagnosed four years ago, she had one more reason to organize a 5k in Stuart. S he partnered with Carsons Tavern to launch the r ace that runs from the beach to the bar and this y ear she hopes the fourth annual race will raise at least $20,000 for the Cystic F ibrosis Foundation. The foundation will then use nearly 90 percent of the money raised for r esearch and development of new drugs that are saving and prolonging lives. I t s changing the face of the disease, Ms. Brandon said. B ut shes not the only one personally invested. B en, a 10th grade student at Jensen Beach High Grammy winning rock group takes stage Race has special purpose to local residentsARIES March 21/April 20It's never too late to get healthy, Aries. Find time for some exercise and replace some calorie-laden foods with fruits and vegetables. Y ou will appreciate having an extra hop in your step.TA URUS April 21/May 21T aurus, a week of passion and romance awaits you and your special someone. Everything you do draws the attention of others. So make it work to your advantage.GEMINI May 22/June 21Gemini, it can be challenging to get your head wrapped around certain tasks. Somehow you will manage to pull everything together and get everything accomplished.CA NCE R June 22/July 22Cancer, maintain your focus in the coming week no matter how difficult that proves to be. Personal concerns may have you reeling, but your heightened focus will serve you well.LEO July 23/Aug. 23Leo, you may have something on your mind, but now is not the time to share such concerns. Do your best to solve a problem on your own, but rely on the advice of others if need be.VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22V irgo, do your best to avoid being let down by the negative attitudes of others. F riends or coworkers may just be in a bad mood, but that does not mean you need to be.LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23Libra, a little extra concentration will find you tackling W eek of 11-15-2013See SCOPES, B5 Mar tin CountyEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, NOV. 15, 2013By Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown News Madelyn Garrod, 6, of Jensen Beach, jumps high with the Euro Bungie. The 26th annual Pineapple Festival was held in downtown Jensen Beach on F riday, Saturday and Sunday, November 81 0, with proceeds to benefit the Jensen Beach Chamber of Commerce, the Entrepreneurship F oundation and the History Museum of Jensen Beach. Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographerUp in the air at Pineapple Festival See RACE, B6F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comSee OUT, B2

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T heatre, 2400 S.E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart, will present the East Coast premiere of the transitional comedy, set in a small Southern town beauty shop during World War II. Shows are Wednesday through Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. For tickets, call the box office at (772) 287-4884 or visit barntheatre.com.SAT URDAY, NOV. 16 Night at the Apollo: First Apollo School art auction will be held at the school site, 9141 S.E. Apollo Street, Hobe Sound. Begins at 6:30 p.m. Local artists put their own creative touches on historic windows removed from the building during the rehabilitation process, and these windows will be auctioned off. T he building will be open for attendees to see the rehabilitation thats been in process since the start of the year. Join your friends for an evening of wine, music and art. Tickets are $25 per person and tickets are available for purchase online or by contacting the Apollo School Foundation at apolloschoolfoundation@aol.c om. Credit cards will be accepted the evening of the auction. F or more information, visit http://apolloschool.org/events Vet erans Memorial Bridge dedica tion: 9:30 a.m., public dedication ceremony on the west side of the new bridge in P alm City (Butler Avenue area). Includes the results from the art contest to design the bridge logo, plus a car parade over the new bridge and a boat parade in the Okeechobee Waterway surrounding the bridge. A 5K run, organized by MCM Timing and Results LLC, will precede the ceremony. Saint Joseph Fall Festival: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. behind St. Joseph Catholic School, at 1200 E. Tenth Street, Stuart. Live music, food booths, cold beer and wine, food, bounce houses, rock wall, bungee, more than 15 carnival games for childrens prizes. Prize raffle and auction for adults, plus 5 0/50 raffle and a Mystery Wall F riday, November 15, 2013 B2 Martin CountyHometown News 779337 779352 305s, Senecas and Natives$32.99/ CartonCome join the fun Dec. 7 11am-5pmduring the Christmas Parade Wine Tasting Deejay Bounce Houses Santa Claus Appearance 9058 SE Bridge Road 954.630.6655084535or $9.99 a 12-packExpires 12-15-13 Expires 12-15-13 Expires 12-15-13 084349 Council prepares to break ground MARTIN COUNTY The Bo y Scouts of America, Gulf Str eam Council will host an official ground breaking ceremony on Nov. 15 at 5 p .m., at Tanah Keeta Scout R eservation, for the Lassiter C amp Headquarters building made possible by The W .G. Lassiter and Batchelor F oundations. They will celebrate The W .G. Lassiter and Batchelor F oundations who have underwritten the cost of this new building on the Tanah K eeta Scout Reservation. This new building will include a health clinic, conference room, trading post and a training center. A dditional sponsors and contributions were made possibly by Mason Development & Construction contractor; John M. Ahern architect; Bayview Construction owners representative; Land Design S outh land planners / landscape architects; Schaeffer, Fagan & Associates engineer; Kamm Consulting MEP engineers; Coastal Land Development site work contractor; Nutting Engineers of Florida geotechnical engineer; Caulfield & Wheeler surveyor; and additional thanks to Land D esign South and Atlantic Land Realty. The Boy Scouts of America is one of the largest youth organizations in the U.S., with 2.7 million youth members and more than 1 million adult volunteers. The Gulf Stream Council, chartered in 1914, currently serves more than 7,250 Scouts and 2,500 adult volunteers in a seven county area including Palm Beach, Mar tin, St Lucie, Indian River, Okeechobee and H endry counties in southeast Florida. Scouting is a year-round educational program designed to accomplish the aims of character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness through fun, adventure, service, achievement and leadership training. T anah Keeta Scout Reserv ation is located at 8501 Boy Scout Road, Tequesta. F or more information or to RSVP,contact Mandy Fr antz at (561) 694-8585, Ext.238 or email M andy.Frantz@scouting.orgDINING & ENTERTAINMENTF or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comOutF rom page B1 See OUT, B3

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of Wine. F or more information, call Michele Mackey at (646) 320-4233 or Kelli Smith at (772) 285-4770, or visit www.sjcflorida.org. Fall Festival: 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast, 1707 N.E. Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach. Petting zoo, pony rides, carnival games, scavenger hunt, bounce house, more for all ages. General admission is $6 for ages 3 and older; $2 for age 1-2 years. F or more information, call (772) 2257575 or visit www.childrensmuseumtc.org. T reasure Coast Classical Guitar Society concert: 3 p.m., Hobe Sound Public Library, 10595 S.E. Federal Highway, Hobe Sound. Free, no tickets required. For more information on the Guitar Society, visit www.tccgs.org. For more information on the concert series, call (772) 221-1403 or visit www.library.martin.fl.us. Cab Calloway Orchestra and the L yrics Birthday Benefit Gala at the Lyric T heatre, 59 S.W. Flagler Ave., Stuart. The Roarin 20s style event starts at 6 p.m. with an interactive performance by theOutF rom page B2 www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 15, 2013 Martin County B3 084345Expires 11/27/13 TUESDAY NIGHT ONLY$1299*LOBSTER DINNER*Dine-In only Limited Supply cannot be combined with any other offer.307 NW North River DriveIn North River Shores,just off NWDixie Highway on the north side of the Old Drawbridgewww.thedeckstuart.comHours:Sun-Wed 11:00 am-10:00 pm Thurs-Sat 11:00am-CloseT he Harbor Inn &Marina Present A Stuart Tradition W inner of Taste of Martin Co. Best App! 4 Star Tripad Happy Hour Monday Friday New! Stella Drafts $5 Kids Menu Margaritas $5 All Day!Coming Soon! NEW MENU Items! Call Us for Live Music Schedule Dont Forget Our HAPPY HOUR!Monday thru SaturdayBar 11am-6pm Tables 3pm-6pmTRADITIONALDinner with all the fixings!W ahoos Riverhouse915 NW Flagler Ave. Stuart. Fl772-692-2243www.Wahoosriverhouse.com Purchase our gift cards online @www.Hometownnewsol.com084346 OPEN THANKSGIVING DAY!Call For More Information 084385772-334-11303945 NE Indian River Drive Jensen Beach(200 Yards North of the Jensen Causeway)Lunch:11:30am-4:00pmDinner:4:00 10:00pmHappy Hours 3:00-6:00pm & 9pm-Close Live Reggae: Thurs-Sun (Call for Schedule)Live Reggae Music Lunch &Dinner 7 Days a Week 084365I I a a n n s s T T r r o o p p i i c c a a l l G G r r i i l l l l Ians Tropical Grill25%OFFENTIRE BILLNot to be combined with any other discounts or promotions. V ALID MONDAY-THURSDAY ONLY Must present ad to receive discount. Expires 11/27/13 18% Gratuity added before discounts The Only Treasure Coast Bar Specializing in Handcrafted CocktailsSERVING DINNER: MON THURS 5:30-10PM FRI-SAT 5:30-MIDNIGHTOwner/Chef Eric Grutka is the Winnerof the 2012 Palm Beach Food & Wine FestivalChef ThrowdownLocated in Stuart in the Stracuzzi Plaza2875 SE Ocean Blvd. 772.334.4563www.ianstro p ical g rille.comReservations Suggested 084690 HAPPY HOUR3-6pm 7 days a week $1 OFF ALL cocktails 4307 SE Bayview Street772-287-2500pcrm.netCall Now to Make Your Thanksgiving ReservationsCome Join Us in the Tiki Bar f or Live Music Fri-Sun...11-15 Dock Street 5pm & Andrew Scott 8pm 11-16 Jason Montero 7:30pm 11-17 Andrew Scott 4pm-7pm 11-22 Dock Street 5 pm &Rich Lyons 8pmAnd in the Lounge 7-11pm Thurs 8:30-12 Fri & Sat11-14 Shadow Creek 11-15 Random Play 11-16 Big Coque Band 11-21 Logan Brothers 11-22 The Classic Rockers ~ Slow Roasted Turkey Breast, Pan Gravy ~ Baked Ham ~ Baked Pacific Cod with Panko Parmesan crust ~ Fresh Mozzarella Bocconcini & Sliced Tomato ~ Dinner Rolls & Butter ~ Traditional Herb Stuffing ~ Fresh Vegetable Medley ~ Mandarin Orange Cranberry Relish ~ Mashed Yukon Gold Potatoes ~ Fried Sweet Potato Wedges ~ Dessert:Apple & Pumpkin Pies ~ Iced Tea, Lemonade, Soda or Coffee $24.95 adults / $13.95 kidsThanksgiving Day Buffet Menu November 28,2013 Seatings at 2:00pm and 4:00pm T ravel through time at gala MAR TIN C OUNT Y H ouse of H ope s first-ever fundr aising gala pr omises to make histor y as the agency kicks off its 30th anniversar y y ear The H ope for the F utur e G ala will be held 6-11 p .m. J an. 11, 2014, at W illoughb y Golf Club S tuar t. G uests ar e encour aged to come dr essed in the attir e of their favor ite er a as they t ra vel thr ough time dur ing the evening s festivities The time tr avel theme is designed to celebr ate H ouse of H ope s past while looking to the futur e Over the past 30 y ears the agency has ser ved tens of thousands of local families with life s basic necessities including food for about thr ee million meals and mor e than $2 million in financial assistance to help Ma r tin C ounty r esidents stay safe in their homes with electr icity water and needed medicine Pa r ticipants in the gala will be investing in effor ts that elev ate the quality of life for all county r esidents The gala will r aise funds to make sur e H ouse of H ope can r espond to gr o wing demands for food and oper ate P r oject HOP E ser vices that empo w er local families individuals seniors and veter ans to o v er come har dship and str ive to war d self-sufficiency The H ope for the F utur e gala will featur e cocktails and hors d oeuvr es a photo booth, dinner dancing to the music of P r iv ate S tock, and the opening of a time capsule A Pick-Y our -P r iz e special dr awing will featur e golf, tr avel and gour met dinner exper iences plus custom jew elr y The event co-chair women ar e volunteers P at B ar tlett and D eb Lo vequist, and the gr and benefactor is Elisabeth Lahti. F ur ther sponsorships ar e sought. R eser v ations ar e $250 per person and can be made b y contacting H ouse of H ope r esour ce coor dinator T err i M ay at terri@hohmar tin.org or (772) 286-4673, E xt. 1011, or visit www .hohmar tin.org/gala.F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com See OUT, B4

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orchestra. After the concert, gala attendees will dance to popular 0s dances, enjoy delicious food, bootleg beverages, and surprises in the Cotton Club Speakeasy. T ickets are $250. F or more information, call the box office at (772) 286-7827 or visit lyrictheatre.com. Home Tour: F rom 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., tour the Burn Brae Plantation (Krueger Home), which was built in 1904. The tour, which includes trolley transportation to the home, visiting the Stuart Heritage Museum and refreshments, is a fundraiser for the Stuart Heritage Museum. Tickets and a souvenir brochure are available at the Museum beginning in October for a donation of $15. F or more information, call (772) 2204600. Nature and Wildlife Photography Workshop: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Clifton Possum Long Nature Preserve, 621 S.E. Palm Beach Road, Stuart. Hosted by Audubon of Martin County and St. Lucie Master Naturalists. Class size is limited so register early. For more information or to register, call John Nelson at (772) 485-8129 or email audubonmartincounty@gmail. com. Bird ID Tour 2: 8 a.m. to noon, Lakeside Stormwater Tr eatment Area on Rt. 15B. Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographerKaitlin Heid, 14, Karley Allen, 13, both of Jensen Beach and Kaitlin Burke, 13, of Stuart, ride the Sizzler. Janecia Newton with Jasiyah, 2, both of Fort Pierce, stroll through the festival. F riday, November 15, 2013 B4 Martin County Hometown News Jans Place Steak & Seafood House614 SW Bayshore Blvd. P ort St. Lucie, FL 772-878-6555 Jansplacerestaurants.com084388Our goal is to have a restaurant that provides you with a relaxing place to actually have dinner and some fabulous person to person conversation with friends $5.00 OFF! DINNERwith purchase of 2 entrees and 2 beveragesExcluding Specials Monday thru Thursday only Must Present Coupon Expires 11/24/13More Than Just A Steakhouse PurchaseTickets Online @www.barn-theatre.com2400 E. Ocean Boulevard STUARTALL RESERVED SEATS ARE $20P lease Call for S tudent &Group Rates Box Office Hours: 12:00 pm 4:00 pm MonFri and 1 hour Before Curtain084360 BOX OFFICE 772-287-4884Produced by Special Arrangement with Dramatists Play ServicePerformances W ed-Sat 8 PM Sun. Matinee 2:00 PM www.barntheatre.com084361 084361 Pe r formances will be J an 24th thru Feb 9th, 2014Di r ector, Michael Feener will be looking for:3 Males A ges 25yrs 70yrs 4 Females A ges 25yrs 70yrsSQUABBLESA COMEDY BY MARSHALL KARPSUN NOV 10, MON NOV 11, TUES NOV 12 @ 7:00PM FURTHER INFO: CALL THE BARN THEATER (772) 287-4884Calling All ActorsOPEN AUDITIONS FOR 084362 779318 Expires 11/27/13. Must present coupon at time of purchase to receive offer.May not be combined with any other offer. Only one coupon per person per visit.Valid only at location shown on this coupon.Offer not v alid on catalog or online purchases.While supplies last. $300OFFAny Specialty Pizza16Cheese Pizzawith 6 Ga rlic KnotsF amily Special 18Pizza$1499Exp.11/19/13 Pick-up or Dine-in! Plus Tax Plus Tax50% OFFB uy 1 EntreGet the 2nd 1/2 OFFof equal or lesser value.6546 South Kanner Highway,Stuart Kanner Crossing Plaza (Next to Publix)772.286.2121 We Deliver! By PublixWEOFFERCATERINGFORALLOCCASIONS CLOSEDSUNDAYS779335 Must Present Coupon.Exp.11/19/13Bring In Coupon Not Valid with any other specials.Exp.11/19/13Bring In Coupon.Exp.11/19/13 Dine-In Only$10001 Topping with 12 Garlic Knots 2-Liter Soda 084800Holy Redeemer Christmas Fair1454 Mapp Road, Palm CitySat. Nov. 16th 8:30 am 2:00 pm Sun. Nov. 17th 8:30 am 1:30 pmChristmas Decorations, Home Goods, Jewelry Call for info.561-707-3125 Baked Goods $200 Cash Raffle 076883 ADVERTISING SALES Send a resume to Opportunity@HometownNewsOL.com. Please include a cover letter telling us why we absolutely must hire you.EOE, we drug testWe offer a weekly guarantee and gas allowances, plus commission. Experienced representatives earn $50,000+. Benefits include health, dental, and a 401K plan. If you enjoy working with businesses and helping them succeed, this is the position for you. In addition to servicing existing accounts, you will also be calling on area businesses to generate new customers for our papers.Looking for Experienced ADVERTISING CONSULTANTSThe most honored Community Newspaper in America for the past 10 years. P ublishing 15 community newspapers from Ma r tin County through Volusia County Emma, 4, comes down the Fun Slide holding Ella Cunningham, 2, with her dad Frank Smith. Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographer OutF rom page B3 See OUT, B5Lots of fun at the Pineapple Fest V isit us at: www. .comOL

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This week was another w eek that has fallen victim to the weathermans scorn. Just because he cannot get off work he wants to make sure that that we do not get his share of the fish. Nor th and north east wind has kept any anglers tied to the dock. Most days being 15 miles per hour and seas as high eight-feet have limited the ability to go near the water. As usual Captains VJ Bell and Pat Price are quick to point out it is all in the size of the boat. So yes VJ and Sea Check did fish two days this week and as chief mate Nick was quick to point out how close the dolphin and sails action started, roughly 125feet. Se veral nice weed lines and rips held plenty of dolphin and in the mix we re wandering cobia and triple tail. So, we were home and they were there. Theres plenty of Spanish mackerels south of the inlet but not a word on bottom fish. Four foot seas and that north wind made gave me plenty of time to get caught up on the repairs I have been putting off. Im still trying to fit that bigger boat in the drive. Su rf has been questionable changing from day to day and hour to hour. Yes, it is blue fish weather and the cool mornings put plenty of macs in the mix. Anglers needed a weight in each pocket to keep from blowing away, but those who braved the w eather found fish on cut baits. Whitings hunt with their nose and the cut bait puts out the scent that they are looking for. I heard about whiting and croaker and a few small pompano but to be honest not too many anglers showed at the surfs edge. Maybe this week will differ. East wind gave anglers the excuse they wanted to fish the North Fork and S outh Fork on the St Lucie ri vers. Its always a go-to get away from the wind with its curves and treed shore lines and reds and snook to With Thanksgiving and the Christmas holidays in the air, fall Mums come to mind. Gar den Mums come in many colors and styles. Gar den Mums are a staple to the fall season and r epresent the end of summer and the onset of cooler days and evenings. M ums are actually fairly easy to grow and can withstand both low and high humidity situations. M ums can actually mimic the look of other flowers such as the smaller flower of a daisy (Daisy Mums) or the larger and fancier varieties that can almost look like R oses. You can get Chrysanthemum plants in almost every color but blue. The first batch of garden M ums should be arriving in y our garden center very shortly so be sure to check frequently or ask an employee when they expect their first shipment. M ums have been around for a long time and I am sure that many of you have helped your parents or grandparents display these colorful gems during the holidays. Most of the var ieties that we use here in Nor th America are simply known as Garden Mums with the botanical classification of Dendranthea grandiflorum. A bout 80 percent of all garden Mums arte sold during the fall and early winter. The reason that these colorful plants burst into bloom in fall is because the shorter days, cooler temperatures and longer nights all contribute to the triggering mechanism that causes these plants to burst into color. M any people simply buy their Mums in the fall already in bloom from r etailers while still others like to plant their own plants and watch them mature and bloom in their o wn gardens. If you decide to try planting your own, do so in the spring so the root systems can have a chance to get well established to ensure a happy healthy plant. Mums should be planted in a location that will get only a half-day of sun or slightly less. This is especially true in the areas south of Vero Beach. The areas north of Vero Beach will probably have better r esults with growing Mums in your garden as the harsh effects of the sun are slightly lessened. You can ensure y ou will get more flowers in the fall if you pinch back the top inch or so of growth about every three weeks until about mid-July. This process will help to promote heavy flowing in the fall. Please note you only do the above process if you plan on growing and maintaining your garden M ums on a year round basis. M ums will grow in a variet y of soils as long as it is well drained. Mums do not require a lot of fertilizer but will appreciate a light feeding about once a month with a water-soluble fertilizer such as Miracle Gro. It will also help if you stake your plants, as this will help them to support themselves and keep the heavy Florida rains from knocking them over. If you plan on only using y our Mums as a potted decoration for the holidays, many of the same rules will apply. Keep the plant in a bright, well-lit area of the house and do not let the plant get too dry between watering cycles. Remember that potted plants will dry out much faster than plants that are placed in the ground. A/C will also have an impact on your plants moisture level. Once your plants have server their useful life as a holiday decoration, many people just choose to throw them away and plan on buying new next year and many people will choose to plant them and enjoy their color again next season. If y ou decide to plant your gems for next year, simply choose a well-drained area that has some protection from the hot summer sun. D ig a hole about twice the size of the plants existing r oot ball. Place the plant slightly below the original soil level of the pot. Fill in with good quality topsoil or a soil mixture with organic compounds mixed in. Water the plant in. You are now on the road to enjoy your plants again next season. J oe Zelenak has more than 30 yearsexperience in gardening and landscape. S end e-mails to hometowngarden@gmail.com or visit his Web site www.hometowngarden.com. Mums for the fall season GARDEN NOOKJOE ZELENAK www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 15, 2013 Martin County B5 084424Answers located in Classified Section *You must continue to pay your Medicare Part B premium, unless paid by Medicaid or another third party. The $0 Monthly Plan Premium only applies to BlueMedicare HMO and BlueMedicare RPPO. For accommodation of persons with special needs at sales meetings, call 772-600-8020 or TTY 1-800-955-8771 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon.Fri. A sales person will be present with information and applications. Florida Blue HMO is an HMO Plan with a Medicare contract. Florida Blue is a PPO, RPPO, and RX (PDP) Plan with a Medicare contract. Enrollment in Florida Blue HMO or Florida Blue depends on contract renewal. Limitations, copayments and restrictions may apply. The benefit information provided is a brief summary, not a complete description of benefits. 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These companies are Independent Licensees of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. 77862 0913 Y0011_77862 0913R2 CMS Accepted Dont miss out! The Annual Election Period ends soon.779329 6181 SE Federal Hwy.,Stuart,FL 34997772-600-8020 www.AnchorInsuranceInc.com8:30-5:30 Mon-Fri.to speak to a licensed agentBecause lifes next chapter is just beginning. Please call 772-600-8020 for Seminar Times and Locations Battle the wind for a good time on the water FISHIN GHENR Y CA IM A T T O See FISHING, B6 your workload with time to spare. Commit your time now and enjoy the time to take things slow later in the week.SC ORPI O Oct. 24/Nov. 22Scorpio, significant changes are afoot and you are not quite sure how to prioritize your goals. Enjoy the change, but make use of down time to reestablish your priorities.SAG ITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21Sag ittarius, though a pressing issue in your relationship may seem like it needs immediate attention, you have a lot of time to work through any issues.CA PRI CO RN Dec. 22/Jan. 20Capricorn, your normally conservative approach won't work this week. You have to take a couple of chances, or you won't accomplish much of anything.AQ UARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18Aquarius, you have only a few days to learn some new procedures at work. It is natural to feel nervous, but put aside those feelings and concentrate on the tasksat hand.PIS CE S Feb. 19/March 20Pisces, don't worry too much about an upcoming change around the office. You're in position to benefit from some restructuring.ScopesF rom page B1 Driving tour to see Floridas shore birds and migratory species. Participants must stay in the convoy and respect the birding leader. $5 donation to Audubon of Martin County. For more information, call (772) 905-2473 or email lakesidetours@audubonmartincounty.org T reasure Coast Beer Fest: Sixth annual event, 1-5 p.m., Po rt St. Lucie Civic Center on U.S. 1. Variety of American and international craft beers, plus the work of local breweries and home brewing clubs. This years event benefits Fort Pierce Jazz & Blues Society, Hope Flight, and the Sgt. Gary Morales Family Fund. Tickets are $30 online and $35 at the gate. This is a 21 and older only event. F or more information or tickets, visit treasurecoastbeer fest.com.MON D A Y NO V 1 8 'Chicken with Plums' ar t cinema presentation: L yric T heatre, 5 9 S.W Flagler A ve., Stuar t. Showings at 1 p.m., 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. F rench. 1 hour 3 0 minutes. Rated PG1 3. F or more information, call the b ox office at (772) 28 678 27 or visit lyrictheatre.com. TU ESDAY, NOV. 19 Craig Ferguson at the Lyric T heatre, 59 S.W. Flagler Ave., Stuart. 7 p.m. Tickets are $65. F or more information, call the b ox office at (772) 286-7827.WE D N ESD A Y N O V 2 0 Home Again for the Holidays Starring Lorrianna Colozzo at the L yric T heatre, 59 S.W Flagler A ve., Stuar t. 7 p.m. T ickets are $3 7 Call the b ox office at (772) 28 6-7 82 7 .TH U R SD A Y N O V 2 1 T reasure Coast Macintosh Users Group meeting: 5 p.m., Children's Services Council, 101 S.E. Central P arkway Stuar t. 5-6:45 p.m., one-onone help sessions with club members, making sure computers are working properly At 7 p.m., discussion by Bob Jorritsma of new gear from Apple and why or why not to upg rade from what you own now F or more information, call club president Chris at (772) 283-5646 or email president@tcmug.net.OutF rom page B4 See OUT, B6

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the south and more reds and snook to the north. W atching for mullet was the key. There have been plenty of S panish macs south of the 10 cent bridge and trout in W illoughby Creek. Sorry, no pompano at Hells Gate but M other Nature is back in control, so this could be the w eek. The eastern shore of the In dian River has been home to many including blues, macs and jacks and lots of short snook on just about anything you wanted to cast. Br idges continue to be the place if you dont mind the wind and those big and bigger snook bending your r od and all those anglers at the Roosevelt Bridge, it is black drum a plenty. So many you had better know the limits I bet the G ame Warden does. H enry Caimatto is the o wner of the Snook Nook Ba it and Tackle shop in J ensen Beach. School, will also be participating. W ithout the foundation and the people who support it we would not have the medications that keep Ben so healthy, said Ma rg uerite Madden, Bens mom. B en is on the swim, cross country and diving team at Jensen Beach and keeps busy despite his C ystic Fibrosis. The more sports I do the better it is for me, Ben said. Activity helps move and unclog the mucus that settles in his lungs. M any of his teammates, friends, and his older sister, Emma and twin brother, Alexander will be running, too, and his parents will be cheering them all on from the sidelines. The Nov. 30 race starts at 4:30 p.m. at Stuart Beach, continues over the bridges and ends at Carsons Tavern where the after-party begins. There will be BBQ, a kid zone, award ceremony and a large outdoor screen playing the football game. I m excited. This is going to be a good year, Ms. Brandon said. I m very appreciative of C arsons and everyone who supports the Cystic F ibrosis Foundation, Ben said. To r egister in advance, go to www.Beach2bar5k.org. R ace-day registration will be at Carsons Tavern at 2883 S.E. Ocean Blvd., until 3:30 p.m. Shuttles will transport runners and spectators between the r estaurant and the beach. Only those who register by Nov .15 are guaranteed a Tshirt that Ben cant wait to get his hands on. Adult r egistration fees are $35 until Nov. 17 when the price rises to $45. F riday, November 15, 2013 B6 Martin County Hometown News ELECTRIC & AIR$3000OFFANY SERVICE772-905-2104www.EliteElectricAndAir.comER0011841 CAC1816433 779289 779344 779347RaceF rom page B1FishingF rom page B5 Three Eras of Elvis at the L yric Theatre, 59 S.W. Flagler A ve., Stuart. 7 p.m. Tickets are $35. Call the box office at (772) 286-7827.FRIDAY, NOV. 22 Dance for Food performance: 7 p.m., South Fork High School, 10205 S.W. Pratt Whitney Road, Stuart. Sponsored by Schmitt, Cambron & Reynolds, P L. An hour-long performance by the Preston Contemporary Dance Theater as well as Artists for a Cause Club students from South Fork, Dreyfoos School of the Arts, and the Pine School. 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. Kenny Vance and the Planotones at the Lyric Theatre, 59 S.W. Flagler Ave., Stuart. 7 p.m. Tickets start at $35. Call the b ox office at (772) 286-7827.SAT URDAY, NOV. 23 DECA Holiday Bazaar: 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., IRSC Main Campus, 3209 Virginia Ave., Fo rt Pierce. Hundreds of craft and gift items including holiday decorations, toys, fabric, books, haircuts, car wash, more. Call (866) 792-4772, Ext. 7660.SAT URDAY, NOV. 23 SU NDA Y, NOV. 24 Treasure Coast Community Singers classical concert: T wo performances: one at 7 p.m., Nov. 23, and one at 3 p.m., Nov. 24, at North Stuart Baptist Church, 1950 N. F ederal Highway, Stuart. Th eme is Favorite Classical Anthems. 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FILE NO. 13000732CPAXMX NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of Juanita Hill Gilchrist a/k/a Juanita Hill and Juanita Gilchrist, deceased, whose date of death was June 8, 2013, is pending in the Circuit Court for Martin County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 100 East Ocean Blvd., Stuart, FL 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 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 15, 2013. 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ABRAMOVITCH, JR., Deceased.File No. 12000727CPAXMX NOTICE TO CREDITORS (summary administration) TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE: Y ou are hereby notified that an Order of Summary Administration has been entered in the estate of Alexander G. Abramovitch, Jr., a/k/a Alex G.Abramovitch., Jr. deceased, File Number: 13000727CPAXMX;by the Circuit Court for Martin County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 250 NW County Club Drive, Ste.217, Port St.Lucie, FL 34986;that the decedents date of death w as July 21, 2013;that the names of those it has been assigned by such order are:Creditors: Allender & Allender, PA, 719 Garden Street, Titusville, Florida 32796 Beneficiaries:Margot Abramovitch, 874 SE W arren Way, Stuart, Florida 34997 ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT:All creditors of the estate of the decedent and persons having claims or demands against the estate of the decedent other than those for whom provision for full payment was made in the Order of Summary Administration must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE.ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. 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INDIANTOWN Wa r field Elementary is taking students, parents and the whole community on an excursion through the past during the school's 85th anniversary celebration. On Nov. 21, teachers and students will present a special program commemorating the milestone in which two students, led by their teacher, go back in time to meet key characters in I ndiantown's and the school's history. They will encounter S olomon Davies Warfield, after whom the elementary is named and who is played by Pr incipal Ivy Menken, and Miss Edna, the town's first schoolhouse teacher. They will also learn about re sidents like Timer Powers, an important early resident, and Stephen Harvey who was contracted to build the first school. The chorus will sing and audiences will learn along with the students as history comes alive before their eyes. T eachers Carol Rey and L ynda Swift researched and helped organize the event and Lynda, an art teacher, helped the students make a book called "I is for I ndiantown," a copy of which all of the parents will be receiving. The book, which will also be shown in a slide show presentation, contains photographs and students' artwork of people and places around Indiantown throughout its history. They're a labor of love," said Ms. Menken about the books. The students have enjoyed learning about what it was like in the early days of the schoolhouse and about activities like r odeo club that were popular after school at one time. They've seen photos of barefoot students, dogs in the classroom, and Miss E dna's car stuck in the marsh on the first day ofCongressman reflects on first year, looks aheadTREASURE COAST For U.S. C ongressman Patrick Murphy it's hard to believe it's already been a y ear since he was elected. "I t' s flown by," Mr. Murphy said, likely because he has been very busy on the Treasure Coast and in W ashington D.C. this past year. The bi-partisan congressman cares about national and local issues and has been working hard to be the voice of the people in the nation's capital. M uch of the work he has been doing has been advocating for local waterways. He was part of the Water R esources Development Act that benefitted the everglades and has even taken a sample of polluted river water to the H ouse floor to urge action. The Congressman has also been heavily involved in the country's financial issues, leading the SAVE Act and helping find a way to eliminate wasteful government spending. Assisting veterans has been a priority, too, as he aims to provide them with more job opportunities. In between his trips to Wa shington D.C. he could fre084662 WEEKEND WEATHERF riday: Overcast; high: 79; low: 70; high tide: 6:29 a.m.; low tide: 1 2:24 p.m. Saturday: Par tly cloudy, chance of thunderstorms; high: 82; low: 68; high tide: 7:13 a.m.; low tide: 1:08 p.m. Sunday: Pa r tly cloudy; high: 84; low: 68; high tide: 7:55 a.m.; low tide: 1:50 p.m. W eather courtesy of www.weather.com MARTIN COUNTY V ol. 12, No. 24 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Nov. 15, 2013 084687 IN DEXClassifiedB6 Crossword B5 Gardening B5 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 V iewpoint A6Kane Center to host presentationThe Council on Aging of Ma r tin County will host a presentation by Certified Elder Law Attorney Nikki M elby entitled "Getting Y our Ducks in a Row: Who Does What with What Ya Got, and How" on Tuesday, No v .19, 2013 from 2 3 p .m., at the Kane Center in S tuart. The presentation is a lively, interactive lecture that will explore and explain the documents necessary to properly plan for your future. N icola J. Melby, J.D., is certified by the National Elder Law Foundation and the Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and has been focused exclusively on the practice of Elder and Special Needs Law since 1995. Pa r ticipants are reminded that the hiring of an attorney is an important decision that should not be based solely on advertisement. Before you decide, ask Nikki Melby to provide written information about her qualifications and experience. The lecture is free and open to the public, but space is limited. Call (772) 223-7807 to reserve a spot. F or information on C ouncil on Aging services, or to learn how you can support the Council and be a part of the Kane Center, call (772) 223-7800 or visit www.kanecenter.org.Lo c al libraries to offer Medicare 101 seminars T wo St. Lucie County libraries will offer free M edicare 101 seminars this No vember. Friday, Nov. 15 at 10 a.m. Morningside Branch Library, 2410 SE Morningside Blvd., Port St. Lucie. Thursday, Nov. 21 at 1 p .m. Fort Pierce Branch Library, 101 Melody Lane, Fo rt Pierce. Pr esented by the Florida D epartment of Elder Affairs, these free work-Need to know T IME TO UPDA TE?How to know what updates to make and what updates you can likely skip P ageA6 INSIDE Sevin Bullwinkle /staff photographerDeputy Kevin Fritchie, left, Martin County Sheriff William Snyder, getting a kiss from Sarah Palin, Lieutenant Forrest Yingling's dog, to his right, and Deputy Scott Bundy. Wa rfield: then and now Golden Girls Jill Kidd and Alice Y elenic, both of Stuart, with their dogs Lola, 8, and Bridget, 1 0, "the Silver Sneakers."Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographerMutts go on a marchHumane Society of the Treasure Coast's 11th annual Mutt March to benefit animals at the shelter was held Saturday at Memorial Park in downtown Stuart. V eterans receive good news from nonprofitSTUART Veterans have always been welcome at Molly's House in S tuart, but the organization has never promoted that fact, until now. After the Veteran's Pa r ade on Monday, the gate to the Serenity Garden on Ocean Boulevard was opened, the public was offered hot dogs and drinks, and the proclamation dedicating two rooms for veterans' use was made. Louise Murtaugh, executive director of Molly's H ouse said the announcement was long overdue. The organization offers temporary affordable accommodations, sometimes even for free if a family is unable to pay, for patients and their families being treated in hospitals on the Treasure Coast. They have helped over 380 families over the last year, some of which were veterans. "We never turn anyone away," Ms. Murtaugh said. B ut the fact that they we re open to everyone, including veterans, had never been widely publicized so Ms. Murtaugh thought Veteran's Day would be the perfect time to invite the community, veterans and their families into the Serenity Garden to hear about their new project. "O n Veteran's Day we thought it would be a nice thing to say welcome to our veterans," Ms. Murtaugh said. Ms. Murtaugh announced that two of the 14 rooms in the house have been designated for veteran use, meaning those rooms will be made available to them first. "W e want to make sure they know they have a place to come," Ms. Murtaugh said. "We want to make sure our veterans know they are welcome at M olly's House." B ut the announcement was more than offering veterans a place to stay despite whether or not they are able to pay, it was a message of appreciation. There's nothing that's adequate enough to thank our veterans," said Kevin S harkey, Molly's father, after whom the house is named. "It's more a token of our appreciation than anything else." Alan Atwood, an Army veteran, was present and spoke briefly about his gratitude for the warm hospitality of Molly's H ouse when he was looking after his brother who was hospitalized in Lawnwood Medical Center in Fort Pi erce. "I f it weren't for Molly's H ouse, I wouldn't have been able to help my brother. It's been a big financial help," Mr. A twood said. "W e look forward to serving our veterans for today, tomorrow and for y ears to come," Ms. Murtaugh said.By Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown NewsProgram to take an inside look at Warfield ElementaryBy Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown News See WARF I ELD, A2By Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown News MurphySee YEAR, A9 See KNOW, A10T his month is Longterm Care A wareness Month think in advance about the future FINANC IALA8

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school. They just want to know more," Ms. Menken said. That's what it's all about for her: helping her students understand their history so they might be able to imagine what's in store for the future. "H istory is important," Ms. Menken said. "They're making history right now." I ndiantown, she explained, has a rich history to share. "W e wanted our kids to know what our town was about and our history," she said. "We want to leave them with an understanding of that history." Sh e' s looking forward to the comprehensive look at I ndiantown's past to its present that Indiantown N on-Profit Housing, the I ndiantown Education C oalition and Indiantown Chamber of Commerce helped make possible. The program starts at 6 p .m. in the elementary school cafeteria and following will be a reception in the courtyard of the original building that sits next door to Warfield Elementary. The entire community is invited to come out, enjoy, and learn about how far Wa r field Elementary has come in its 85 years. TREASURE COAST As families struggle each week to make ends meet, the hopes of a Thanksgiving turkey dinner with all the trimmings is usually not very high on their list of necessities. How ever, those at Harvest F ood & Outreach Center feel that every family deserves to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal. So with the generosity of the community, several local businesses and Aramark and Southern Commerce Bank, hundreds of local families can rest easy knowing they, too, can celebrate a day of thanks with a hot, nourishing meal. There are many families who just don't have the extra money to buy a turkey this y ear," said Deb Pizzimenti, C ommunity Relations Coordinator at Harvest Food & O utreach Center. "With the r ecent decrease in food stamp benefits, families who were barely feeding their families are now struggling even more." So far in the first week of No vember 2013, there has been a five percent increase in shoppers at the center, however, SNAP (Food S tamp) benefits are not just a "first of the month" program any longer. We have folks receiving their benefit throughout the month, so the increase of traffic at the center is surely to rise. The center offers life skill classes to accompany the discounted food offered. "W e have classes that teach residents how to properly pay bills, how to make their food stamps stretch in order to get the most with what they receive and ultimately, a way to get out of the system so they are no longer relying on food stamps to feed their families," Ms. Pizzimenti said. "W ith the jobs being scarce and the decrease in benefits, it's a tough road, but we let them know that they can do it and that we are a source of encouragement and determination when they feel lost." M ost of the participants in the center's programs are 200 percent below the poverty level. It effects everyone and the center is hoping that those who are able can help those who are in need. "S outhern Commerce B ank and Aramark have been extremely generous in helping the center give holiday meals to families in need," Ms. Pizzimenti said. They have both made huge food donations to the center. Dominick's Corner Grill in Fort Pierce has donated vouchers for 400 turkeys which will be given away, along with side dishes, on S unday, Nov. 24, from 13 p .m. at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center. This will be a huge event, which will include bounce houses from All In Fun, face painting, music and a good time for all. Bu sinesses are also collecting food for the pantry to help families during the holidays. 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Florida Sen. Joe Negron is leading an effort to r oll back about $12 of the cost of registering a car in Florida. He says this will save Floridians about $230 million a year. This is to bring back the tag registration cost back to where it was about four years ago, when the legislature raised it because of the bad economy. What Sen. Negron and, apparently, the rest of the F lorida legislature either doesn't know (or care) about is that, at about the same time, car dealers began passing along and marking up an expense to car buyers. This is increasing their profits far more than the $230 million a year that r educing tag registration fees will save. This increased profit to car dealers is generally called the "Electronic Filing Fee or E-Filing Fee," but there are other names that dealers use, just as they do for the infamous "dealer fee" like dealer services." Car dealers used to process the tag and r egistration required on new and used cars themselves. A bout four years ago they began outsourcing this to companies that can do this work cheaper than they can themselves. The typical cost of this outside service is only $10 or $12. So, not only did the car dealers reduce their expense, they passed along the reduced expense to you, the car buyer! But wait, there's more! Car dealers are also marking up this reduced expense up and passing this along to you too! I've seen Electronic Filing F ees marked up to $598that's a 5,980 percent markup! At my dealership I began using a registration service company named Title Tech in 2009 and they charge me $10 to prepare the tag, r egistration, and title work for each new customer. This saves me considerable time and money from doing it myself. In the past always absorbed the higher expense and I don't pass along the r educed cost to my customers either. It's adding "insult to injury" to mark up this cost and pass it along to y ou. The word "fee" is almost always used by dealers when they are trying to disguise additional profit or to pass along an expense to you (which is the same thing as additional profit). When car buyers are lucky enough to even notice the Electronic F iling Fee, they usually assume it's a tax or fee charged by the state, federal, or local governments. They do the same thing with the dealer fee under its various other names like documentary fee. F lorida law considers the Electronic Filing Fee to be the same thing as a Dealer F ee and requires that it be disclosed and used by car dealers as such. The language Florida requires for disclosure is "This charge r epresents costs and profit to the dealer for items such as inspecting, cleaning, and adjusting vehicles and preparing documents r elated to the sale." The law also requires that the Electronic Filing Fee be included in all advertised prices. U nfortunately most dealers are ignoring this law just as they do with the additional profit they make with the Dealer Fee. D ealers almost never include their Dealer Fees or Electronic Filing Fees in their advertised price which is a flagrant violation of F lorida law. If they even mention that they have a dealer fee, they will say in the fine print something like "p r ices plus tax, tag, and fees." A few dealers will disclose in the fine print, "plus tax, tag, and $999.95 dealer fee." The Florida Senate says The law requires that the fee be included rather than specifically delineated" in the advertised price." Most car dealers' advertising is done on TV and the fine print disclosure is literally unreadable. The other loophole permitted by Florida law is to allow the dealers to offer only one car with the dealer fee included in the price. That would not be so bad if the dealer clearly communicated this to the buyer. But dealers use something I call the old stock number trick." Ev ery car in a dealer's inventory is assigned a stock number for accounting purposes. A typical stock number is something like A25771." Dealers will put their stock number for that particular advertised car in the fine print at the bottom of the ad or elsewhere. Even if a customer sees the stock number, they have no way of knowing what it means. When the prospective buyer responds to the advertisement, the salesman tells him that the advertised car was sold but, "not to worry," he has several more "just like it." Ye s, he does have several more identical cars in terms of model, accessories, and MSRP. But, because they have different stock numbers, the law now permits him to add his extra profit to the advertised prices disguised as Dealer Fee and Electronic Filing Fee. It 's an affront to the car buyers of Florida that their A ttorney General and their legislature allow this to continue. 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include Hometown News, 5059 Turnpike Feeder Road, Lakewood Park; St. Lucie C ounty Sheriff's Office, several schools throughout the county, City hall in Port St. L ucie and Fort Pierce; S outhern Commerce Bank locations. In Vero Beach, locations include the UPS S tore, 2046 Treasure Coast P laza, Suite A; Treasure C oast Family Dental Dr. H amilton, 6610 20th St, Vero B each; Best Buy, 6156 20th S t, Vero Beach and Sunshine K ids, 1001 Roseland Road, S ebastian. Ha rv est Food and Outr each Center will also r eceive 100 percent of the proceeds from the sixth annual Thanksgiving Day 5K Trot Against Hunger, which will include a sweet potato pancake breakfast. F or more information on the race,visit www.trotagainsthunger.org. F or more information on donating food for families in need this holiday season,call Deb Pizzimenti at (772) 5325007. MARTIN COUNTY It's not often that regular citiz ens get to fire a gun next to the sheriff, but that's exactly what Lotus Gunworks is offering this weekend. The Jensen Beach gun r ange is hosting Shoot with the Sheriff on Saturday to benefit breast cancer r esearch. The fundraiser takes place during Lotus Gunwork's second anniversary w eekend. For two years they have been selling a full line of firearms, ammunition and archery supplies. But it's more than a retail shop; Lotus Gunworks also offers training, conceal and carry courses, and shooting r anges. Their two-story gun range is where residents will be able to test their aim against Ma r tin County's Sheriff W illiam Snyder. Before they do, participants will be able to brush up on their shooting skills with a bit of instruction. "S hoot against him and see how you stand up," said Lotus manager Brandon A bell. If they do manage to outshoot the sheriff in the bulls-eye competition, prizes and Lotus swag await. There will also be a r affle for a handgun giveaway. "I t should be a really fun day," Mr. Abell said. He said his dad, Robbie A bell, owner of Lotus Gunworks, came up with the idea of doing a fundraising shoot-out while in the range with Sheriff Snyder. Why not throw something together that's a little bit different?" Mr. Abell said. The company participates in many community and fundraising events, but liked the idea of supporting breast cancer research in Sheriff invites residents to a shoot-out MARTIN COUNTY Schools and nonprofit agencies will be implementing numerous character-building initiatives for students thanks to United W ay of Martin County's CHARACTER COUNTS! program. F or the seventh year in a ro w, CHARACTER C OUNTS! distributed $10,000 in mini-grants during National CHARACTER C OUNTS! Week from Oct. 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TREASURE COAST All children need security, trust, encouragement and someone to love them unconditionally. At any given time in St. Lucie, Ma r tin, Indian River and Okeechobee counties, there are approximately 125 to 175 local children in foster care hoping to be adopted into a "forever home." In 1995, President Clinton established the month of November as N ational Adoption Month in order to build awareness of the needs of these children. The Heart Gallery of Okeechobee & the Treasure Coast is one program that is helping children in foster care find permanent, loving homes with families locally and throughout the nation. All too often, people think of cute, cuddly babies when they think of adoption," said Frank Avilla, adoption marketing specialist for Children's H ome Society of Florida. "In truth, there are many older children in foster care who need nurturing and loving homes. These aren't bad kids. Most of the children are intelligent, funny, outgoing, and full of character. They are brave and full of hopes and dreams for a brighter future that includes a family that loves them." There is a stigma that children in the foster care system are troublesome. "I t' s just not always the case," explained Avilla. "Unfortunately, the kids who are removed from their homes were exposed to some sort of trauma including abandonment, neglect or abuse, whether emotional, sexual, or physical. These children may not have had a great beginning, but they can have a bright future with an adoptive family." K athy Basile, former executive director of the Children's Services C ouncil of St. Lucie County, brought the Heart Gallery idea to the Treasure C oast after seeing the concept in Hillsborough County in the early 2000s. St r uck by the photos and biographies of the children participating in the H eart Gallery, she knew this was something that could benefit children in foster care on the Treasure Coast. The vision became a reality with the launch of the Heart Gallery of Okeechobee & the Treasure Coast through the support of the Children's Services C ouncil of St. Lucie County, Scripps Tr easure Coast Newspapers and Children's Home Society of Florida. The Heart Gallery of Okeechobee & the Treasure Coast continues to be a collaborative effort of numerous organizations dedicated to increasing the number of adoptive families, as w ell as to heighten the awareness of the many children needing families in the community. Children eight-yearsold up to 17-years-old in the foster care system are asked if they would like to participate in the program. A photographer from Scripps Treasure C oast Newspapers takes a professional photograph of the children and a short biography is written to describe each participant. The photo and biogr aphy are then added to the Heart G allery display that is exhibited yearlong throughout the Treasure Coast at local businesses. The profiles are also added to smaller "mini" Heart Galleries, adoption recruitment books and various statewide and national adoption websites. "C urrently, there are about 34 local kids participating in the Heart Gallery program," said Mr. Avilla. "At one point last year, we just had 11. The increase in the number of kids participating is both good and bad. It's unfortunate to see so many children needing a "forever home," but it's good that they are positive about wanting to participate in the Heart Gallery which then allows us to recruit additional adoptive families. Since inception in 2005, we have had between 60 and 70 adoptions take place because of this program." The Heart Gallery of Okeechobee & the Treasure Coast is partially funded honor of October's breast cancer awareness month and to get women into shooting. They're a big part of the shooting community now," Mr. Abell said. The shoot-out takes place Nov. 16, from 1-3 p .m., but as part of the anniversary weekend there will be a cookout beforehand from 11a.m. -2 p.m. and good deals inside the store. The shoot, ammunition and training are all free, but $5 donations are requested to participate. "C ome meet your local sheriff and support a great cause," Mr. Abell said. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 15, 2013 Martin County A5 084711 Arrests listed were made Nov. 1 through Nov.8Stuart Police Department Christopher Ryan Mason, 35, of 3230 S.E.Aster Lane Apt 122, Stuart, was charged with resisting officer with violence. Andrew Padula, 49, of 8390 S .E.Sanctuary Drive, Hobe Sound, was charged with aggrav ated assault, with aggravated battery, and with reckless driving.Martin County Sheriff's Office Evelyn J.Hicks, 29, of 7060 S .E.Salerno Road, Stuart, was charged with aggravated assault. Zackary Wendell Houston, 58, of 840 S.E.Highland Road, Stuart, w as charged with introduction/removal of contraband into county detention facility, with battery, and with possession of cannabis under 20 grams. Christina Sheri Jadusingh, 26, of 9006 S.E.Parkway Drive, Hobe Sound, was charged with possession of controlled substance with intent to sell/deliver, and with possession of controlled substance. Lori Michelle Lambert, 27, of 10725 S.Ocean Drive Lot 142, Jensen Beach, was charged with f elony violation of probation. Josh Lewis Mayes, 30, of 4775 28th Court, Vero Beach, was charged with possession of controlled substance with intent to sell/deliver. Donna Rosalee Miller, 32, of 8237 S.E.Swan Ave., Hobe Sound, was charged with felony violation of probation. Kelly Marie Rotkowitz, 29, of 889 Crystal Lake Drive, Deerfield Beach, was charged with aggrav ated battery. Diego Sanchez-Perez, 35, of 150th Street, Indiantown, was charged with unarmed robbery. Pierre Richard Soriano, 34, of 2024 N.W.First Street Apt 4, Miami, was charged with grand theft of motor vehicle, with petit theft first offense, and with driving while license suspended with knowledge. Gentrus Peran Thomas, 36, of 5725 39th Street, Vero Beach, was charged with trafficking in cocaine. Lashaun Marie Brown, 27, of 2606 N.E.Hickory Ave., Jensen Beach, was charged with possession, sale, manufacture or delivery of controlled substance schedule II or III or IV, and with delivery of methamphetamine. Lorenzo Cordola, 37, of 1019 N.W.15th Street, Stuart, was charged with felony violation of probation. Rebecca Jean Jenkins, 53, of 2398 S.E.Monroe Street, Stuart, w as charged with grand theft, with dealing in stolen property, and with providing false ownership information to second-hand property dealer. Tommy Johnson, 45, homeless, was charged with felony violation of probation. Charnay Tatiyana Myers, 21, of 2606 N.E.Hickory Ave., Jensen Beach, was charged with possession, sale, manufacture or delivery of controlled substance schedule II or III or IV, with delivery of methamphetamine, with possession of controlled substance without valid prescription, and with two counts of possession of cannabis under 20 grams. Patricia Lynette Vance, 35, of 902 E.13th Street, Stuart, was charged with grand theft. Timothy James Fritschle, 42, of 934 N.W.Spruce Ridge Drive, Stuart, was charged with felony violation of probation. William Mckenzie Gibson, 50, of 4901 Oleander Ave.#A, Fort Pierce, was charged with lewd/lascivious exhibition in presence of elderly person or disabled person. Carrie Ann Krupa, 24, of 1843 S .E.College Street, Stuart, was charged with felony violation of probation. Gabriel Galarza, 18, of 11500 S. W. Kanner Highway #30, Indiantown, was charged burglary, and with grand theft of property v alued $300-$5,000. William Mckenzie Gibson, 50, of 4901 Oleander Ave.#A, Fort Pierce, was charged with burglary of conveyance, with criminal mischief $200 or less subsequent offense, and with theft. Robert Martin Laurendeau, 40, of 2330 N.E.Rustic Way, Jensen Beach, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs third violation. Felix Pablo Lias, 27, of 4 Birch Street, Hollywood, was charged with obtaining goods through fraudulent use of credit card and with f elony failure to appear. Michael Joseph Messina, 62, of 800 N.W.Fork Road Apt B6, Stuart, w as charged with possession, sale, manufacture or delivery of controlled substance and with possession of cannabis under 20 grams. Pamela Louise Odum, 56, of 418 Tejon Street, Stuart, was charged with Nov 7 and charged with possession of controlled substance without valid prescription. Dalton William Sloan, 21, of 10230 S.E.Federal Highway #10, Hobe Sound, was charged with b urglary of conveyance and with gr and theft. Michael James White, 32, of 19105 S.E.Mayo Drive, Tequesta, w as charged with battery second or subsequent offense.Florida Department of Financial Services Antonio Gonzalez, 35, of 14946 S. W. Martin Luther King Drive, Indiantown, was charged with fraud use of false identification for workers' compensation claim less than $20k. Cesar Guerrero, 29, of 11090 S .E.Federal Highway Lot 90, Hobe Sound, was charged with fraud use of false identification for workers' compensation claim less than $20k. Mateo Lopez-Lopez, 52, of 7550 Chanel Street, Port Salerno, w as charged with fraud use of f alse identification for workers' compensation claim less than $20k. Sergio Garcia Rodriguez, 38, of 15780 S.W.753rd Lot 2, Indiantown, was charged with fraud use of false identification for workers' compensation claim less than $20k.Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission Ryan Respeto-Hardy, 20, of 4955 S.W.Honey Terrace, Palm City, was charged with use of f alse/fictitious name/address or statement required in vessel application or affidavit, and with supply of blank/forged/counterfeit bill of sale/etc.for vessel.Police reportIf you have information about a crime, c all Treasure Coast Crimestoppers at (800) 273-TIPS. Editor'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. SheriffF rom page A4 Nonprofit celebrates national adoption monthF or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com See ADOPTION, A11

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Sevin Bullwinkle /staff photographerKindergarteners Bailey Walker, Raven Turner, Kaylia Brown and Nate Reaver recite the Pledge of Allegiance' during the Veteran's Day assembly. The assembly featured guest speakers representing four branches of the armed services and was held at Felix Williams Elementary in Stuart on Thursday, Nov. 7. See more photos, A10 If there is one computer issue I can name that annoys both Windows users and Mac users alike, it would have to be "automatic updates." If yo u' ve used a computer for any length of time you've experienced annoying messages that pop up telling y ou that one program or another needs to update and usually the message is worded in such a way as to make you believe that if you ignore the message horrible things will happen. One of the worst offenders has got to be Adobe with their "Flash" and "Adobe Reader" update messages popping up on an almost daily basis. What gives? Why is it that y ou can hardly make it through a week without some program interrupting y our workflow nagging you about an update and insisting that you need it? Does ignoring update messages lead down the path of doom or are these constant messages just noise that can safely be ignored? F irst, I like to categorize updates into two slots the first being "important updates that are dangerous to ignore" and the second slot for "updates that are trivial and safe to ignore (until actually needed)." Let's talk about the first category; why ignoring them can lead down the road to peril and what you should do about them. I categorize things like operating system updates and antivirus updates as important don't ignore. When you see a message telling you that W indows has "x amount of updates available" or (if you are running a Mac) "important operating system updates are available," set aside some time to apply these updates because the operating system is the one central part of the computer that governs everything. Q uite often these updates are "patches" that correct known bugs and often plug security holes" that viruses and malware can take advantage of to infect your system. Ignoring these operating system updates can leave you vulnerable to malware or other problems that the updates just may fix. And the fact of the matter is if y our computer is up and r unning, you are using the operating system so it's not like it's an update for a program you never use. Antivirus updates are in the same category they are important and ignoring them can leave your system open to attack from viruses that y ou may encounter as you surf the net. Think of it this way every day new viruses are released into the wild and it takes the antivirus companies a while to come up with a definition for these new threats. It's these definitions that are included in the antivirus updates and applying these updates is the only way your antivirus program can recognize (and block) new threats as you encounter them online. Sure we 'r e all vulnerable to the new threats that haven't been defined yet but ignoring the antivirus updates leaves you vulnerable to threats that have already been discovered. If your antivirus software doesn't update itself automatically ignoring the update messages is just asking for an infection. OK, let's talk about the second category updates that are safe to ignore. I have a theory about this. On every computer there are hundreds of programs installed. Some programs are used daily and some hardly ever get used at all but all programs have one thing in common they are all written by people and most of them are working 9 to 5 at their programming job. When they write a program and then distribute their program to the masses it's not over for them. What happens is after they release a program, when they show up for work the next day, they keep working on the program that they've already released and push "adjustments" out as automatic updates. I adopt the attitude of "if it's not broke, don't fix it" and ignore the update messages that all the "other" programs on my machine make. I only apply "non-operating system" or "non-antivirus" updates when I'm having problems with that particular program. It's a philosophy that has yet to let me down. S ean McCarthy fixes computers.He can be reached at (888) 752-9049 or help@ComputeThisOnline.c om (no hyphens).Higher and lower priority updates COMP UTE T HISSE AN MCCARTHY 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, MARTHA SMITH OFROCKLEDGE! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 069568WIN$100 WIN$100This W eeks Prize This W eeks Prize 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. Mayer . . . . .Sales Manager Christina Franco . . . . .Advertising Consultant Leigh Hitz . . . . . . .Advertising Consultant Annette Robbins . . . .Advertising Consultant Mercedes Lee-Paquette .Production Manager Rita Zeblin . . . . . . .Classified Paginator Charlie Serrano . . . . .Graphic Artist P atricia Snyder . . . . . .Director Classified AdvertisingAnna Snyder-Vasquez . . .Senior Account Manager Carol Deprey-Zelenak . . .Classified Consultant Heather Donaldson . . . .Classified Consultant Dolan Hoggatt . . . . . . .Circulation Manager Kim Jenks . . . . . . . . .District Circulation Manager Anna-Marie Menhenott . . .Editorial Coordinator Sevin Bullwinkle . . . . . .Staff Photographer Amanda Tucker . . . . . .Office Manager/ Community Relations I Pledge Allegiance... VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, NOV. 15, 2013 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Regarding grammarTo the person who is sick and tired of the poor grammar from today's youth, I agree with you. However you can also look at our federal government who supports some of this. S ome of these kids come from impoverished households with parents who got onto the welfare wagon, which is abundant in Fort Pierce. These individuals have kids, at least three of them, that the government gives them money to support these kids. The parents get into Sec. 8 housing where the government covers some of the rent as well. Some of these women have no education other than how to use the system, so if they dropped out of school and don't want to better themselves, but have kids, how are they supposed to help the kids with proper grammar or any language skill? But if you ask them if they know the words to the rap that they listen to, they have that down pat. How can you fix this terrible epidemic across the board conservative and tell Washington to quit with the free handouts so the youth coming from poverty will be contributing part of the community, and by contributing I don't mean having more kids so they can get that government mighty money. Welfare as far as I'm concerned just breads more poverty, which leads to crime. Some people on welfare don't want to better themself they just want a free paycheck courtesy of the tax payer and the democratic "socialist" party. Yes, its very aggravating isn't it?Return of the birdsA bout the snowbirds' return, you really didn't have to advertise that you were back, unless you think we southerners are too stupid to notice. Oh y eah we see the difference in the traffic, we see the arrogant, rude, unfriendly, pushy, unsmiling faces in the grocery stores. As far as the places that went under. Were those some of the places that were owned by some of the "birds" when they were here last winter and when they left and flew No r th last summer, the places they left went under. Oh I know since you came back this winter you probably found a cheaper "nest" less than what you owed on the one that went under. That's what it sounds like happened when you said you came back too late to save some of the places that went under and you will pour your money into others. Also you make yourselves disliked and why should we celebrate your return? Do you think of yourselves as special and we should be standing at the Georgia -Florida state line with banners shouting, "welcome back?" Dream on!Counties should help Why is it that local counties refuse to create work, affordable housing and eliminate homelessness? How come it so hard for both counties to create work and affordable housing? There are people out of work or about to lose their jobs and be put out on the street and become homeless. By creating work and affordable housing the counties can all but eliminate homelessness. These same people want to work, even keep their jobs, and also want affordable housing not only for themselves, but for their families. Why is it they look the other way and not solve the problem? This is the reason why we have a bad reputation nationwide; they blame everyone else for their own ignorance. Concerned about school safetyMy daughter is currently a freshman at a local high school. In the last month, there have been a number of security issues at that school. A student was detained for assaulting a faculty member with a box cutter. On another occasion, there was a huge fight at a football game. I received a phone call from another parent, who urged me to pick my child up from school immediately, because a student had threatened to bring a gun to school. Last week, the school was on "lock down" because officials thought there was a criminal on school grounds. I know that school officials and the sheriff's department are doing all they can to keep my child safe, but I have to wonder if she is truly safe. I paid property taxes just like every home owner. I do not understand why there is not more security on the campuses. If we can afford metal detectors to protect our court houses, why can we not afford to protect our children? Don't forget about the little guyIn the day and age of Internet shopping, let's try to r emember to patronize our mom and pop businesses in order to keep them alive during this bad time. Small r estaurants also need our help. This area has almost no atmosphere and we do need to hang onto any of the neat, small restaurants we've got. Please eat an extra meal, if you can, at your favorite little hang-out.Grow upI had written a very similar letter a couple of years ago and I guess some people don't get it. Halloween is for kids and the more these adolescent six-foot teens go out doing what was supposed to be for kids the less people will be giving out candy on Halloween. Who will this hurt? The r eal kids who should not be punished by these supposedly grown up teens. The letter writer asks at the end. When will they grow up? I ask the same and wonder also about the parents of these "grown up?" kids.Be careful when checking outI just want everyone to be aware of the mistakes that cashiers and/or the computers are making lately in our local stores. The other day, if I didn't notice it, I would have been charged twice for the same item at the grocery store because the cashier ran it through two times. Last week, I checked my slip when I got home and was not charged the sale price and had to go all the way back to the store for my r efund. S ometimes they put in the wrong code and I am charged more for an item. Bottom line here folks: check your slips. E conomy is tight enough.Drain the ditchesWhen is the city going to grade the ditches and clean the storm drains? Water has been standing for several days in the ditches. Water has been standing for so long a time that I am becoming concerned that a health hazard is just around the corner. The city has ample equipment and employees to resolve the problem. I would ask that city officials take a drive around town and look at the water problem that has persisted for far too long. No toy donationsI will gladly contribute shoes, clothes, school supplies and whatever else children might need, but don't ask me to contribute to Toys For Tots or any other age group. That's like asking me to contribute to bonuses for the CEOs of Mattel and Fisher-Price, among others, while the Chinese who produce the toys make 10 cents an hour. Americans have got to get smart, become aware of the total picture and get their priorities in order. Got something to say? 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and the legislature that they better not mess with their D ealer Fees and Electronic F iling Fees. Another reason you don't hear much about this atrocity on consumers is that the media has assumed their "hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil" stance. The TV newspapers, and radio are deathly afraid of losing car dealers' advertising. Car dealers are the largest local advertisers. Some of you may know that my wife, N ancy, and I were recently fired from our weekly consumer advice radio show on Seaview radio which we had done for almost seven y ears. This was because of dealer threats to cancel their advertising. When I reported this attack on free speech to the Palm Beach Post, they r efused to run the story or even allow me to purchase an advertisement that states the truth. What can you and I do about this when we have such powerful institutions as the media, Attorney General, and Florida Legislature siding with the car dealers against you, the consumers? The answer is MAKE SOME NOISE! "We, the people" support, not only the media, but the politicians. Without our viewing, listening and r eadership the media can't sell advertising and without our dollars and votes, politicians can't get elected. C all, write, or email your local newspaper, radio and TV station, and local senator and representative. Tell them yo u' re tired of them kowtowing to the car dealers and the F lorida Automobile Dealers Association. Demand that the laws on the Electronic F iling Fee and the Dealer Fee be enforced. Tell them "We're mad as hell and we won't put up with it anymore!" www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 15, 2013 Martin County A7 Call For Your FREE Consultation!The Only FDA Approved f or Body Contouring. 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The new building is exquisite, offering areas for pedicures, manicures, facials, waxing, a full service salon, and areas where groups can enjoy services together. "S ometimes we have parties of two or more people, like bachelorette parties, where the guests would like to enjoy their services together," Ms. Le said. "We can accommodate groups. They get their beauty treatments together, being able to interact with each other and enjoy a complimentary bottle of champagne." O ther special services offered include a private spa session for couples who would like to enjoy privacy while receiving spa treatments. The spa also has several services that include a complimentary glass of wine or beer. F or example, the hot stone super pedicure, which begins with a menthol sea r ock salt foot soak, and includes various organic oils or sugar scrubs massaged into the legs to exfoliate and r emove dead skin cells, a hot stone massage on legs and feet to relieve tension and muscle aches, and is followed by a hot towel wrap treatments, a paraffin foot bath treatment to condition skin, a moisturizing massage and a nail color of one's choice, includes the complimentary beverage. Although that service includes the beverage, wine and beer are available with any service for an additional cost. The spa also offers full body waxing, permanent make-up, and eyelash extensions. This is a complete, fullservice salon," Ms. Le said. "W e offer beauty treatments from top to bottom. We want our customers to know that they are in a safe, sterile environment and that we are the only salon in the area to use pedicure bowl liners as a free service to our clients." It 's obvious by the cleanliness of the salon that sanitation is something that Ms. Le and her staff takes very seriously. The immaculate facility gives a feel of a luxury spa. The environment is friendly and the well worth the trip for a day of selfindulgence and beautification. The spa is open Monday through Saturday, from 9:30 a.m. 7 p.m. and on Sunday, from 11 a.m. 4 p.m. It is located at 2266 S.E. Federal H ighway in Stuart. F or more information,call (772) 288-7004.Business Photo courtesy of Ann LeThe newly renovated B-Nails Spa provides a luxurious setting for clients.By Anna-Marie Menhenottnews@hometownnewsol.comStewartF rom page A3

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20 to 27. The funds will support projects that promote, implement and enrich CHARACTER COUNTS! character education programs. S ince 2007, this program awarded more than $70,000 to implement character education programs throughout Ma r tin County and has played a vital role in the lives of more than 35,000 Martin C ounty students. This year's recipients include: Allison Boyar, Dr. D avid L. Anderson Middle School; Sarah Roti and David V aina, Boys & Girls Clubs of Ma r tin County; Lana Barros, Citrus Grove Elementary School; John Stiles, Clark Ad v anced Learning Center; Kristina Jackson, Crystal Lake Elementary School; J ennifer Ford, Drug Abuse Tr eatment Association; D avid Cardno, Father & Child Resource Center; Kathleen Snore, Florida Arts & D ance Company; Kathy Derr inger, Helping People Succeed; Michelle McCree, H obe Sound Elementary School; Alli Newman, Hope Ru r al School; William S apienza, J D Parker School of Science, Math & Technology; Jennifer Borowicz, SafeS pace; Heather DeSimpelaere, SeaWind Elementary School; Stacey Ayers and Sa ra Ba r ner, Stuart Middle School; Jeff Shearer, Tykes and Teens; and Jennifer Goddard and Lisa Knapp, Wa r field Elementary School. Although highly identified with schools, CHARACTER C OUNTS!, a program of U nited Way of Martin County, is an initiative for people of all ages and walks of life. The program is embraced by government, law enforcement and businesses in Martin County. F or more information,visit www.charactercounts.net or call (772) 283-4800,Ext.234. F riday, November 15, 2013 A8 Martin CountyHometown News is now accepting reservations for our November 14thEvening of Enrichment November 29th Laughter Yoga 11am Come in and Try It! November 30th Part 1 of a 3 Part Christmas Present Series, make great holiday gifts!Call 772-631-8381,or Website@ www.PlanetPatsy.comThe You-NiqueŽ Boutique at Planet Patsy084393 Check Our Event Calendar 084685 Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers!779349 779353 Only Spa in Martin County to Offer FREE Pedicure Bowl Liners for State-of-the-Art Cleanliness!Monday-Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (772) 288-70042226 SE Federal Hwy. € Stuartwww.bnailsspa.com 084689 Hair Booth for Rent $500/month $5 OFFALL HAIR SERVICESExpires 11/25/13PEDICURE OR FULL SETEXPIRES 11/25/13$20 Plan for long-term care costsNov ember is Longterm Care Awareness M onth. And when it comes to long-term care such as a stay in a nursing home or the services provided by a home health aide you'll want to plan for the potential costs involved. Of course, you might think that you'll always be able to live independently, without re quiring any assistance and perhaps you will. How ever, the odds aren't necessarily in your favor: A bout 70 percent of Americans who reach the age of 65 will need some form of longterm care in their lives for an average of three years, according to estimates from the U.S. Department of H ealth and Human Services. And every type of longterm care is expensive. C onsider these numbers, taken from the 2013 Cost of Ca re Su rv ey produced by Genworth, a financial security company: The national average rate for a private room in a nursing home is $83,950 a jump of 24 percent over the past five years. And it's not much cheaper for a semiprivate room in a nursing home the average cost is $75,405 per year, up 23 percent from five years ago. A full-time home health aide costs, on average, $44,479 per year. If y ou had to spend more than $80,000 per year for a nursing home, and you needed to stay in that nursing home for several y ears, what would it do to y our savings? How would it affect all your financial goals? M any people think M edicare will pay for longterm care expenses, but that's just not the case. In r eality, Medicare only covers a small percentage of longterm care costs, which means it's typically up to the individual to foot the bills. Yo u' ve worked hard to position yourself for an enjoyable retirement, so it's important to protect your income and assets from potentially huge long-term care costs. How can you deal with these expenses? Essentially, you have a couple of options. First, you could "self-insure" by incorporating long-term costs into your future budget but, as the above numbers indicate, that could be pretty expensive. Your second choice is to "transfer the risk" of incurring longterm care costs to an insurance company. A financial professional can assist you in choosing the r ight solution for your individual needs. Ho we ve r, as important as it is to address costs, and ways of meeting them, it's also necessary to look at some of the other factors that may be connected with the need for long-term care services. To illustrate: If you we re to enter a nursing home, you might be suffering from a physical or mental disability that could keep you from handling your o wn affairs. So you may want to consult with your legal advisor to discuss a durable power of attorney, which would allow you to delegate y our financial decisions to a r elative, close friend or anyone else you might choose. Pr eparing for the unexpected, including long-term care, takes time and careful planning. So why not observe Long-term Care A wareness Month by getting started on your plans? It can be time well spent. F or more information or a free,no-obligation portfolio r eview,call Edward Jones In v estment Representative J amie Chapogas,(772) 4637189. FINA NC IALJAMIE C HAPOGAS CharacterF rom page A4 Photo courtesy of Bob DobensJim Vojcsik, executive director of United Way of Martin County, presents Michelle Chevalier, left, and Kathy Derringer, right, with a mini-grant check for a character-building program at Helping People Succeed. GOT NEWS?CALLUSTODAY!

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quently be found at fundraisers, Chamber luncheons and hundreds of other local events as he immersed himself in the district he represents. All of which he has done while attempting to r educe negative partisan attitudes in Washington. "I think we waste too much time in government pointing fingers and attributing blame," Mr. M urphy said. "We have to find a solution." So instead of celebrating his first year in Congress, he's looking ahead. "W e' ve got a lot more to do before we can celebrate," Mr. Murphy said. He plans to keep fighting for the Indian River and hopes to get representatives from government agencies like the D epartment of Wildlife and the Army Corps of Engineers down to witness the issues first hand. "C ontinuing to advocate for our local waterways is key," Mr. Murphy said. M aking sure veterans have jobs and helping find solutions to recover from and prevent another national financial crisis are also on the top of his to-do list. "I 'm proud of my team for getting a lot done but we still have a lot to fight for," Mr. Murphy said.Doctor specializes in muscular injuriesTREASURE COAST The Treasure Coast region is now home to the newest member of the Active R elease Technique cadre of instructors. Dr Daniel A. Rukeyser, D .C. is the only ART instructor serving Martin, S t. Lucie, Okeechobee, and I ndian River counties. Dr. R ukeyser and VITAL Wellness Center serve as the only ART providers as well. ART providers are trained to palpate and treat more than 300 muscular injuries and more than 100 nerve entrapments which often cause numbness and tingling. ART has proven to be successful in treating professional and amateur athletes, people injured in automobile accidents or those who simply work r igorously on a daily basis. Dr Rukeyser most recently put his skills to use during the Kona 2013 Ironman event in Hawaii. "I believe in being fit and well. I work on many local runners, cyclists, triathletes, and many other athletes," said Dr. R ukeyser. "It's important that residents of the Treasure Coast know the same level of care that was made available to world class athletes during the Ironman World Championship is available right here on the Treasure Coast." Dr Rukeyser has studied extensively to become a Ce r tified Provider of the A ctive Release Technique and a member of the Ironman Provider Network. That training recently culminated with Dr. Rukeyser being accepted as Certified ART Instructor. "I nstead of mashing muscles through the range of motion, a Certified ART Pr o vider locates target tissue and separates it from the others by putting the tissue through their particular r ange of motion. This method causes less irritation and provides for greater success in normalizing function and reducing pain because of its specificity of diagnoses and treatment for the professional as well as amateur athlete. With my I nstructor certification, I look forward to helping others become well versed in these techniques so we can contribute to a healthier lifestyle with less pain and more personal athletic accomplishments," said Dr Rukeyser. Dr Rukeyser and his staff also treat patients with cases such as tennis elbow, carpal tunnel, wrist sprain, shoulder tendonitis, plantar fasciitis and sciatica, herniated discs. Often he helps people avoid surgery with less invasive measures. V ital Wellness Center benchmarks success through patient satisfaction, extraordinary care, and wellness. V ital Wellness Center has locations in Stuart and a soon to be open new Fort Pierce location. Vital Wellness provides convenient hours of operation Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. F or more information, call (772) 232-4091 in Stuart or (772) 882-9788 in Fo rt Pierce or visit www.vitalwellnesscenter.c om. 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Jeff Smith of Sewall's Point plays the bagpipes, ending the assembly honoring V eteran's Day at Felix A. Williams Elementary. Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographershops will cover: Introduction to M edicare Original Medicare (parts A & B) Medicare Supplemental I nsurance (Medigaps) Medicare Advantage P lans (Part C) Medicare Prescription Dr ug coverage (part D) Financial Assistance Pr ograms The Medicare 101 workshops are part of the SHINE Pr ogram, which supports the Florida Department of Elder Affairs' mission by providing free and unbiased health insurance counseling through a dedicated network of volunteers, empowering Florida seniors to make informed healthcare choices. F or more information about library programs visit: http://library.stlucieco.gov.Season's Readings book driveFr iends of the Martin C ounty Library System hope to collect 300 books to be given to children, ages 35, enrolled in a Martin C ounty program with the Early Learning Coalition. To donate, visit a local library and choose a paper gingerbread figure with a child's first name and age, and list your name and phone number on the list at the circulation counter. Pu r chase an age-appropriate, non-religious, hardcover book (there's a guide of r ecommendations on the counter), then bring your book and the gingerbread figure to the library circulation desk by Dec. 7. F or more information, visit www.library.martin.fl.us or call (772) 221-1403.Sevin Bullwinkle /staff photographerT ony Reese, retired Navy Chief Petty Officer talks about the Navy to the assembly. F riday, November 15, 2013 A10 Martin CountyHometown News MAXxS Shaving Room A Complete Gentlemens BarbershopEst. 2013 Bringing back the old fashion hot shaveŽ in a unique setting and concept. A place a man can call his own...and want to come back for more! 607 Colorado Ave., Stuart, FL 34944 € 772-221-3321Customer Loyalty ProgramPurchase a yearly membership and save $$$Maximum 1 (one) haircut or service per monthComplimentary ear and clean up within 2 weeks of your last haircut. Massage Therapist on Duty! Customer ReferralRefer a friend and you both get 10% offyour next haircut The Haigh Group of Illustrated Properties has moved!Come and visit our new beautiful waterfront property in downtown Stuart200 Atlanta Avenue, Stuart FL772-600-7252084679 084720 Honoring the Veterans KnowF rom page A1 084682 TELL EM YOU READ IT IN THE

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by the Children's Services C ouncil of St. Lucie County, a local agency that helps the community by helping ensure every baby is a healthy baby, keeping kids off the streets, preventing child abuse, keeping kids off drugs and alcohol, and keeping them in school. Without the collaboration of professionals and numerous organizations, the Heart Gallery would not be able to assist children in foster care find permanent, nurturing homes. "B efore the Heart Gallery of O kee chobee & the Treasure C oast launched, pictures and profiles of children in foster care were only in a book on a shelf where few people saw them," said Mr. Avilla. "B ecause of the Heart Gallery, we can educate the community about the children up for adoption. We have a great need for families who are willing to consider adopting children who have experienced some sort of trauma. A doption isn't for everyone, but for those interested, please think of the children par tic ipating in the Heart G allery program." TREASURE COAST People do business with people they like. It's a long held belief of many successful entrepreneurs and business leaders. This is never more important than in dealing with the personal business of real estate. "A person's home is one of their largest financial investments," said Jim Kirvin CEO of Platinum Properties. When buying or selling, you are looking at the process not only as an investment but one of the most personal aspects of your life. It's where you comfort and protect your family, gather with friends, and live life." P latinum Properties recently hired several new agents in the Port St. Lucie office and its two other South Florida locations. The additional hires will help the company as it continues to grow and expand. "I am very excited about helping the company continue strong growth by winning on the client services arena. We get real estate but more than that, we get our clients and are committed to providing results," said Mr. Kirvin. P latinum Properties focuses on hiring the best people to help their clients. "What sets us apart from other firms is that we strategically hire the best agents and we do not subscribe to the current trend of real estate business model which is having a high agent count. That type of model hopes that each agent will do one or two deals each year and pay additional fees to cover overhead. Agencies utilizing this type of model have many inexperienced agents that are unable to provide a high level of service. We strive for quality over quantity, people who want to deliver r esults for our clients and as a r esult this approach we provide more opportunity for each agent." The firm has quickly become one of the fastestgrowing real estate firms in No r thern Palm Beach, Martin and St. Lucie counties. Sales for the trailing twelve months topped $120 million. The company has offices in Port S t. Lucie, Jupiter, Juno Beach and Stuart. Thousands of home buyers and sellers have turned to Platinum Properties R ealty, Inc. to be their trusted partner. They recently expanded their corporate office in Jupiter from 3,000 5,100square feet. "I f you want to keep growing you have to keep hiring," said Mr. Kirvin who emphasizes it is not a job for just anyone. "For us, it's about finding great people, inspiring them and giving them the resources to be successful." The result Platinum Properties has grown sales over each previous year, even during the economic downturn, according to Mr. Kirvin. "We have achieved this by strategically adding the right agents and by increasing our current agents business. The boutique firm retains a small and friendly feel, offers a comprehensive range of services, and thorough knowledge of the market. Part of the company's regional expansion plans include more strategically planned hires. "W e are looking for agents who care, listen, and know what is needed to get the job done because they love what they do," said Mr. Kirvin. They approach buying and selling a home as if it was their o wn." M any people ask if an agent is necessary today with web sites open 24/7. Mr. Kirvin believes they do, now more than ever. "H ome buying and selling is a complicated process with a lot at stake. An agent can bring an objective perspective and look out for your best interests," he said. "Good agents know how to best leverage pricing negotiations, market your home, and navigate the complicated process of closing." Mr. Kirvin points out the downside to the do-it-yourself home buyer can include old information that wastes a buyer's time and gives them false hope. "Many website listings are out of date. Agents are often aware of properties that come on the market and sell before anyone has time to list them online." The company's management team believes in leveraging technology and takes a high-tech, high touch approach by making major investments in technology. This technology supports efficiencies and client support for agents and enables clients the best online tools. For buyers and sellers the web is important to find a home or showcase theirs. Its website www.platprops.com enjoys one of the highest Google r ankings of any area sites and 3,000 page views per day. The functionality allows searches by neighborhood, price bracket and amenities. "W e help clients reach their r eal estate goals and as a r esult they stay with us for future moves," said Mr. Kirvin. "I t can be challenging to maintain an ongoing relationship because most people are not moving every year. So from the start, the relationship has to be cemented in integrity, commitment and experience. Our goal is to make our clients so happy they will continue to come back to us or refer us." F or more information, visit www.platprops.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 15, 2013 Martin County A11 078871 21 33 SE Federal Hwy € Stuart (located in the Pei Wei Plaza) € 772-223-5533 € Women, Men & Childrens € Full Hair Salon € Spa Nail Services € Full Body Waxing € Customized Skin Care FREE FREE Cut & Blow Dry Cut & Blow Dry with any color $ $ 40 Value. Expires 12/15/13 40 Value. Expires 12/15/13 FREE FREE Brow & Lip Wax with Brow & Lip Wax with any Skin Care Service $ $ 23 Value. Expires 12/15/13 23 Value. Expires 12/15/13 $10 OFF $10 OFF M anicure/Pedicure Expires 12/15/13 Expires 12/15/13084356 084686Meridian Marina & Yacht Club T im Mullen1400 SW Chapman Way P alm City, FL 34990772-221-8198 www.meridianmarina.comMarketing opportunities with other business leaders in the community Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with Photo Op and a Tour of your Business. FREE 10-inch Ad in the Hometown News for new members Marketing opportunities with other business leaders in the community Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with Photo Op and a Tour of your Business. FREE 10-inch Ad in the HometownNews for new membersBank United Gillian Ebanks-Knowles2710 SW Martin Downs Blvd. #1A P alm City, FL 34990772-781-0823 www.bankunited.com OFFICE LOCATIONS IN PORT ST. LUCIE AND STUART1801 SE Hillmoor Drive, Suite A104, Port St. Lucie, FL34952 407ASEOcean Boulevard, Stuart, FL34994772-398-4550€ Like us on wwww.facebook.com/Dr.Shipe Stuart S. 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America, the Grammy award winning rock group, takes the Sunrise Theatre stage, on Friday, Nov. 22 at 8 p .m. The year 2010 marked the 40th anniversary of this classic-rock favorite. And for one night only you can experience a walk down memory lane with songs like: I Need Y ou, Ventura Highway, Don't Cr oss The River, Tin Man, Lonely People, and Sister Golden Hair. F ounding members, Gerry B eckley and Dewey Bunnell, along with former band mate D an Peek, met in the late 1960s and quickly harmonized their way to the top of the charts on the strength of their signature song, A Horse W ith No Name. America became a global household name and paved the way with an impressive string of hits following the success of their first #1 single. Fo r ty years later, these friends are still making music together, touring the world and thrilling audiences with their ageless sound. The 40th anniversary show features songs reflecting some of their song-writing inspirations. In addition, it will showcase their first album America with an acoustic set featuring standards such as: I Need You and Three Roses, along with some never-before-performed deep cuts. Fr om anonymous horses to fast-moving trains, America's extraordinary fourdecade musical legacy of consummately crafted pop/rock songs, trademark lush harmonies and evocative lyrical landscapes will never go out of style. Get r eady for an incredible evening with the timeless music of America. The Sunrise Theatre is located at 117 S.Second Street, Fo rt Pierce.For tickets,priced at $59/49,call the Box Office at (772) or visit www.Sunr iseTheatre.com FRIDAY, NOV. 15 "Catsablanca..Here's Looking For Y ou, Kitty:" 6-10 p.m., Mariner Sands Country Club, Stuart. Mystery dinner theater and silent auction to benefit Domino's Cat Rescue League. The club will be transformed into Rick's American CafŽ in late 1941. It's the site of a mysterious catnapping, and the cat in question is wearing a very valuable piece of jewelry. Attendees will be the detectives who solve the mystery while enjoying cocktails, a sumptuous buffet, and other mysterious surprises. All proceeds will go directly to the sheltering, adoption, and community education activities of Domino's House. F or more information, visit www.dominoshouse.orgFRIDAY, NOV. 15 SUNDAY,NOV. 17 Drowsy Chaperone:' Musical performed by StarStruck TeenStars. The story begins when a die-hard musicaltheater fan plays his favorite cast album on his turntable, and the musical literally bursts to life in his living room, telling the rambunctious tale of a brazen Broadway starlet trying to find, and keep, her true love. Shows are at 7 p.m., Nov. 1 5-16, and at 2 p.m., Nov. 16-17. Tickets start at $19.99. StarStruck Theatre is located at 2101 S. Kanner Highway, Stuart. F or tickets, call the box office at (772) 283-7787 or visit starstruckfl.com.SAT URDAY, NOV. 16 SUNDAY,NOV. 17 Stuart Seafood Festival: New event, held in Memorial Park, Stuart. F resh seafood, nautical vendors, live music, family activities. Hours are 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16, and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 17. Adult admission is $5 each day for advance tickets ($7 at the door); children 12 and under admitted free. Free parking. Visit www.stuartseafoodfestival.com. TH ROUGH SUNDAY, NOV. 24 Pin Curls' by Gale Baker: T he BarnMartin County 084661 084386 779327Happy 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 Out & about MARTIN COUNTY F or several Martin County r esidents, the upcoming B each 2 Bar 5k, a fundraiser for the Cystic F ibrosis Foundation, hits close to home. The race will raise both money and awareness for the disease and athletes like 15-year-old Ben Madden who has Cystic Fibrosis and race founder Amy Br andon, whose 4-yearold son was diagnosed with the disease. Ms. Brandon has always been a runner and triathlete, but when her son was diagnosed four years ago, she had one more reason to organize a 5k in Stuart. S he partnered with Carson's Tavern to launch the r ace that runs from the beach to the bar and this y ear she hopes the fourth annual race will raise at least $20,000 for the Cystic F ibrosis Foundation. The foundation will then use nearly 90 percent of the money raised for r esearch and development of new drugs that are saving and prolonging lives. "I t' s changing the face of the disease," Ms. Brandon said. B ut she's not the only one personally invested. B en, a 10th grade student at Jensen Beach High Grammy winning rock group takes stage Race has special purpose to local residentsARIES March 21/April 20It's never too late to get healthy, Aries. Find time for some exercise and replace some calorie-laden foods with fruits and vegetables. Y ou will appreciate having an extra hop in your step.TA URU S April 21/May 21T aurus, a week of passion and romance awaits you and your special someone. Everything you do draws the attention of others. So make it work to your advantage.GEMINI May 22/June 21Gemini, it can be challenging to get your head wrapped around certain tasks. Somehow you will manage to pull everything together and get everything accomplished.CA NCE R June 22/July 22Cancer, maintain your focus in the coming week no matter how difficult that proves to be. Personal concerns may have you reeling, but your heightened focus will serve you well.LEO July 23/Aug. 23Leo, you may have something on your mind, but now is not the time to share such concerns. Do your best to solve a problem on your own, but rely on the advice of others if need be.VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22V irgo, do your best to avoid being let down by the negative attitudes of others. F riends or coworkers may just be in a bad mood, but that does not mean you need to be.LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23Libra, a little extra concentration will find you tackling W eek of 11-15-2013See SCOPES, B5 Ma r tin CountyEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, NOV. 15, 2013By Alisha McDarrisF or Hometown News Madelyn Garrod, 6, of Jensen Beach, jumps high with the Euro Bungie. The 26th annual Pineapple Festival was held in downtown Jensen Beach on F riday, Saturday and Sunday, November 81 0, with proceeds to benefit the Jensen Beach Chamber of Commerce, the Entrepreneurship F oundation and the History Museum of Jensen Beach. Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographerUp in the air at Pineapple Festival See RACE, B6F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comSee OUT, B2

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T heatre, 2400 S.E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart, will present the East Coast premiere of the transitional comedy, set in a small Southern town beauty shop during World War II. Shows are Wednesday through Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. For tickets, call the box office at (772) 287-4884 or visit barntheatre.com.SAT URDAY, NOV. 16 Night at the Apollo:' First Apollo School art auction will be held at the school site, 9141 S.E. Apollo Street, Hobe Sound. Begins at 6:30 p.m. Local artists put their own creative touches on historic windows removed from the building during the rehabilitation process, and these windows will be auctioned off. T he building will be open for attendees to see the rehabilitation that's been in process since the start of the year. Join your friends for an evening of wine, music and art. Tickets are $25 per person and tickets are available for purchase online or by contacting the Apollo School Foundation at apolloschoolfoundation@aol.c om Credit cards will be accepted the evening of the auction. F or more information, visit http://apolloschool.org/events Ve t erans Memorial Bridge dedica tion: 9:30 a.m., public dedication ceremony on the west side of the new bridge in P alm City (Butler Avenue area). Includes the results from the art contest to design the bridge logo, plus a car parade over the new bridge and a boat parade in the Okeechobee Waterway surrounding the bridge. A 5K run, organized by MCM Timing and Results LLC, will precede the ceremony. Saint Joseph Fall Festival: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. behind St. Joseph Catholic School, at 1200 E. Tenth Street, Stuart. Live music, food booths, cold beer and wine, food, bounce houses, rock wall, bungee, more than 15 carnival games for children's prizes. Prize raffle and auction for adults, plus 5 0/50 raffle and a Mystery Wall F riday, November 15, 2013 B2 Martin CountyHometown News 779337 779352 305s, Senecas and Natives$32.99/ CartonCome join the fun Dec. 7 11am-5pmduring the Christmas Parade€ Wine Tasting € Deejay € Bounce Houses € Santa Claus Appearance 9058 SE Bridge Road € 954.630.6655084535or $9.99 a 12-packExpires 12-15-13 Expires 12-15-13 Expires 12-15-13 084349 Council prepares to break ground MARTIN COUNTY The Bo y Scouts of America, Gulf St r eam Council will host an official ground breaking ceremony on Nov. 15 at 5 p .m., at Tanah Keeta Scout R eservation, for the Lassiter C amp Headquarters building made possible by The W .G. Lassiter and Batchelor F oundations. They will celebrate The W .G. Lassiter and Batchelor F oundations who have underwritten the cost of this new building on the Tanah K eeta Scout Reservation. This new building will include a health clinic, conference room, trading post and a training center. A dditional sponsors and contributions were made possibly by Mason Development & Construction contractor; John M. Ahern architect; Bayview Construction owners' representative; Land Design S outh land planners / landscape architects; Schaeffer, Fagan & Associates engineer; Kamm Consulting MEP engineers; Coastal Land Development site work contractor; Nutting Engineers of Florida geotechnical engineer; Caulfield & Wheeler surveyor; and additional thanks to Land D esign South and Atlantic Land Realty. The Boy Scouts of America is one of the largest youth organizations in the U.S., with 2.7 million youth members and more than 1 million adult volunteers. The Gulf Stream Council, chartered in 1914, currently serves more than 7,250 Scouts and 2,500 adult volunteers in a seven county area including Palm Beach, Ma r tin, St Lucie, Indian River, Okeechobee and H endry counties in southeast Florida. Scouting is a year-round educational program designed to accomplish the aims of character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness through fun, adventure, service, achievement and leadership training. T anah Keeta Scout Reserv ation is located at 8501 Boy Scout Road, Tequesta. F or more information or to RSVP,contact Mandy Fr antz at (561) 694-8585, Ext.238 or email M andy.Frantz@scouting.orgDINING & ENTERTAINMENTF or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comOutF rom page B1 See OUT, B3

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of Wine. F or more information, call Michele Mackey at (646) 320-4233 or Kelli Smith at (772) 285-4770, or visit www.sjcflorida.org. Fall Festival: 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast, 17 07 N.E. Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach. Petting zoo, pony rides, carnival games, scavenger hunt, bounce house, more for all ages. General admission is $6 for ages 3 and older; $2 for age 1-2 years. F or more information, call (772) 2257575 or visit www.childrensmuseumtc.org. T reasure Coast Classical Guitar Society concert: 3 p.m., Hobe Sound Public Library, 10595 S.E. Federal Highway, Hobe Sound. Free, no tickets required. For more information on the Guitar Society, visit www.tccgs.org For more information on the concert series, call (772) 221-1403 or visit www.library.martin.fl.us. Cab Calloway Orchestra and the L yric's Birthday Benefit Gala at the Lyric T heatre, 59 S.W. Flagler Ave., Stuart. The Roarin' 20s style event starts at 6 p.m. with an interactive performance by theOutF rom page B2 www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 15, 2013 Martin County B3 084345Expires 11/27/13 TUESDAY NIGHT ONLY$1299*LOBSTER DINNER*Dine-In only Limited Supply cannot be combined with any other offer.307 NW North River DriveIn North River Shores,just off NWDixie Highway on the north side of the Old Drawbridgewww.thedeckstuart.comHours:Sun-Wed 11:00 am-10:00 pm €Thurs-Sat 11:00am-CloseT he Harbor Inn &Marina Present A Stuart Tradition W inner of Taste of Martin Co. Best App! 4 Star Tripad Happy Hour Monday Friday € New! Stella Drafts $5 Kids Menu € Margaritas $5 All Day!Coming Soon! NEW MENU Items! Call Us for Live Music Schedule Dont Forget Our HAPPY HOUR!Monday thru SaturdayBar € 11am-6pm T ables € 3pm-6pmTRADITIONALDinner with all the fixings!W ahoos Riverhouse915 NW Flagler Ave. Stuart. 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Expires 11/27/13 18% Gratuity added before discounts The Only Treasure Coast Bar Specializing in Handcrafted CocktailsŽSERVING DINNER: MON THURS 5:30-10PM € FRI-SAT 5:30-MIDNIGHTOwner/Chef Eric Grutka is the Winnerof the 2012 Palm Beach Food & Wine FestivalChef ThrowdownLocated in Stuart in the Stracuzzi Plaza2875 SE Ocean Blvd.€ 772.334.4563www.ianstro p ical g rille.comReservations Suggested 084690 HAPPY HOUR3-6pm 7 days a week $1 OFF ALL cocktails 4307 SE Bayview Street772-287-2500pcrm.netCall Now to Make Your Thanksgiving ReservationsCome Join Us in the Tiki Bar f or Live Music Fri-Sun...11-15 Dock Street 5pm & Andrew Scott 8pm 11-16 Jason Montero 7:30pm 11-17 Andrew Scott 4pm-7pm 11-22 Dock Street 5 pm &Rich Lyons 8pmAnd in the Lounge 7-11pm Thurs € 8:30-12 Fri & Sat11-14 Shadow Creek 11-15 Random Play 11-16 Big Coque Band 11-21 Logan Brothers 11-22 The Classic Rockers ~ Slow Roasted Turkey Breast, Pan Gravy ~ Baked Ham ~ Baked Pacific Cod with Panko Parmesan crust ~ Fresh Mozzarella Bocconcini & Sliced Tomato ~ Dinner Rolls & Butter ~ Traditional Herb Stuffing ~ Fresh Vegetable Medley ~ Mandarin Orange Cranberry Relish ~ Mashed Yukon Gold Potatoes ~ Fried Sweet Potato Wedges ~ Dessert:Apple & Pumpkin Pies ~ Iced Tea, Lemonade, Soda or Coffee $24.95 adults / $13.95 kidsThanksgiving Day Buffet Menu November 28,2013 Seatings at 2:00pm and 4:00pm T ravel through time at gala MARTIN COUNTY H ouse of Hope's first-ever fundraising gala promises to make history as the agency kicks off its 30th anniversary y ear. The "Hope for the Future" G ala will be held 6-11 p.m. J an. 11, 2014, at Willoughby Golf Club, Stuart. G uests are encouraged to come dressed in the attire of their favorite era as they "t ra vel through time" during the evening's festivities. The time travel theme is designed to celebrate House of Hope's past while looking to the future. Over the past 30 years, the agency has served tens of thousands of local families with life's basic necessities including food for about three million meals and more than $2 million in financial assistance to help Ma r tin County residents stay safe in their homes, with electricity, water and needed medicine. Pa r ticipants in the gala will be investing in efforts that elevate the quality of life for all county residents. The gala will raise funds to make sure H ouse of Hope can respond to growing demands for food and operate Project HOPE services that empower local families, individuals, seniors and veterans to overcome hardship and strive toward self-sufficiency. The Hope for the Future gala will feature cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, a photo booth, dinner, dancing to the music of Private Stock, and the opening of a time capsule. A Pick-Your-Prize special drawing will feature golf, travel and gourmet dinner experiences plus custom jewelry. The event co-chairwomen are volunteers Pat Bartlett and Deb Lovequist, and the grand benefactor is Elisabeth Lahti. Further sponsorships are sought. R eservations are $250 per person and can be made by contacting House of Hope r esource coordinator Terri M ay at terri@hohmartin.org or (772) 286-4673, Ext. 1011, or visit www.hohmartin.org/gala.F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com See OUT, B4

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orchestra. After the concert, gala attendees will dance to popular '20s dances, enjoy delicious food, bootleg' beverages, and surprises in the Cotton Club Speakeasy. T ickets are $250. F or more information, call the box office at (772) 286-7827 or visit lyrictheatre.com. Home Tour: F rom 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., tour the Burn Brae Plantation (Krueger Home), which was built in 1904. The tour, which includes trolley transportation to the home, visiting the Stuart Heritage Museum and refreshments, is a fundraiser for the Stuart Heritage Museum. Tickets and a souvenir brochure are available at the Museum beginning in October for a donation of $15. F or more information, call (772) 2204600. Nature and Wildlife Photography Workshop: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Clifton "Possum" Long Nature Preserve, 621 S.E. Palm Beach Road, Stuart. Hosted by Audubon of Martin County and St. Lucie Master Naturalists. Class size is limited so register early. For more information or to register, call John Nelson at (772) 485-8129 or email audubonmartincounty@gmail. com. Bird ID Tour 2: 8 a.m. to noon, Lakeside Stormwater Tr eatment Area on Rt. 15B. Sevin Bullwinkle /staff photographerKaitlin Heid, 14, Karley Allen, 13, both of Jensen Beach and Kaitlin Burke, 13, of Stuart, ride the Sizzler. Janecia Newton with Jasiyah, 2, both of Fort Pierce, stroll through the festival. F riday, November 15, 2013 B4 Martin CountyHometown News Jans Place Steak & Seafood House614 SW Bayshore Blvd. P ort St. Lucie, FL 772-878-6555 Jansplacerestaurants.com084388Our goal is to have a restaurant that provides you with a relaxing place to actually have dinner and some fabulous person to person conversation with friends $5.00 OFF! DINNERwith purchase of 2 entrees and 2 beveragesExcluding SpecialsŽ Monday thru Thursday only Must Present Coupon Expires 11/24/13More Than Just A Steakhouse PurchaseTickets Online @www.barn-theatre.com2400 E. Ocean Boulevard € STUARTALL RESERVED SEATS ARE $20P lease Call for S tudent &Group Rates Box Office Hours: 12:00 pm 4:00 pm MonFri and 1 hour Before Curtain084360 BOX OFFICE 772-287-4884Produced by Special Arrangement with Dramatists Play ServicePerformances W ed-Sat 8 PM Sun. Matinee 2:00 PM www.barntheatre.com084361 Pe r formances will be J an 24th thru Feb 9th, 2014Di r ector, Michael Feener will be looking for:3 Males A ges 25yrs 70yrs 4 Females A ges 25yrs 70yrsSQUABBLESŽA COMEDY BY MARSHALL KARPSUN NOV 10, MON NOV 11, TUES NOV 12 @ 7:00PM FURTHER INFO: CALL THE BARN THEATER (772) 287-4884Calling All ActorsOPEN AUDITIONS FOR 084362 779318 Expires 11/27/13. Must present coupon at time of purchase to receive offer.May not be combined with any other offer. Only one coupon per person per visit.Valid only at location shown on this coupon.Offer not v alid on catalog or online purchases.While supplies last. $300OFFAny Specialty Pizza16ŽCheese Pizzawith 6 Ga r lic KnotsF amily Special 18ŽPizza$1499Exp.11/19/13 Pick-up or Dine-in! Plus Tax Plus Tax50% OFFB uy 1 EntreGet the 2nd 1/2 OFFof equal or lesser value.6546 South Kanner Highway,Stuart € Kanner Crossing Plaza (Next to Publix)772.286.2121 We D eliver! By P ublixWEOFFERCA TERINGFORALLOC CASIONS€ CL OSEDSUNDAYS779335 Must Present Coupon.Exp.11/19/13Bring In Coupon Not Valid with any other specials.Exp.11/19/13Bring In Coupon.Exp.11/19/13 Dine-In Only$10001 Topping with 12 Garlic Knots 2-Liter Soda 084800Holy Redeemer Christmas Fair1454 Mapp Road, Palm CitySat. Nov. 16th 8:30 am 2:00 pm Sun. Nov. 17th 8:30 am 1:30 pmChristmas Decorations, Home Goods, Jewelry Call for info.561-707-3125 Baked Goods $200 Cash Raffle 076883ADVERTISING SALES Send a resume to Opportunity@HometownNewsOL.com. Please include a cover letter telling us why we absolutely must hire you.EOE, we drug testWe offer a weekly guarantee and gas allowances, plus commission. Experienced representatives earn $50,000+. Benefits include health, dental, and a 401K plan. If you enjoy working with businesses and helping them succeed, this is the position for you. In addition to servicing existing accounts, you will also be calling on area businesses to generate new customers for our papers.Looking for Experienced ADVERTISING CONSULTANTSThe most honored Community Newspaper in America for the past 10 years. P ublishing 15 community newspapers from Ma r tin County through Volusia County Emma, 4, comes down the Fun Slide holding Ella Cunningham, 2, with her dad Frank Smith. Sevin Bullwinkle staff photographer OutF rom page B3 See OUT, B5Lots of fun at the Pineapple Fest V isit us at: www..comOL

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This week was another w eek that has fallen victim to the weatherman's scorn. Just because he cannot get off work he wants to make sure that that we do not get his share of the fish. No r th and north east wind has kept any anglers tied to the dock. Most days being 15 miles per hour and seas as high eight-feet have limited the ability to go near the water. As usual Captains VJ Bell and Pat Price are quick to point out it is all in the size of the boat. So yes VJ and Sea Check did fish two days this week and as chief mate Nick was quick to point out how close the dolphin and sails action started, roughly 125feet. Se veral nice weed lines and rips held plenty of dolphin and in the mix we re wandering cobia and triple tail. So, we were home and they were there. There's plenty of Spanish mackerels south of the inlet but not a word on bottom fish. Four foot seas and that north wind made gave me plenty of time to get caught up on the repairs I have been putting off. I'm still trying to fit that bigger boat in the drive. Su rf has been questionable changing from day to day and hour to hour. Yes, it is blue fish weather and the cool mornings put plenty of macs in the mix. Anglers needed a weight in each pocket to keep from blowing away, but those who braved the w eather found fish on cut baits. Whiting's hunt with their nose and the cut bait puts out the scent that they are looking for. I heard about whiting and croaker and a few small pompano but to be honest not too many anglers showed at the surf's edge. Maybe this week will differ. East wind gave anglers the excuse they wanted to fish the North Fork and S outh Fork on the St Lucie ri vers. It's always a go-to get away from the wind with its curves and treed shore lines and reds and snook to With Thanksgiving and the Christmas holidays in the air, fall Mums come to mind. Ga r den Mums come in many colors and styles. Ga r den Mums are a staple to the fall season and r epresent the end of summer and the onset of cooler days and evenings. M ums are actually fairly easy to grow and can withstand both low and high humidity situations. M ums can actually mimic the look of other flowers such as the smaller flower of a daisy (Daisy Mums) or the larger and fancier varieties that can almost look like R oses. You can get Chrysanthemum plants in almost every color but blue. The first batch of garden M ums should be arriving in y our garden center very shortly so be sure to check frequently or ask an employee when they expect their first shipment. M ums have been around for a long time and I am sure that many of you have helped your parents or grandparents display these colorful gems during the holidays. Most of the va r ieties that we use here in No r th America are simply known as Garden Mums with the botanical classification of Dendranthea grandiflorum. A bout 80 percent of all garden Mums arte sold during the fall and early winter. The reason that these colorful plants burst into bloom in fall is because the shorter days, cooler temperatures and longer nights all contribute to the triggering mechanism that causes these plants to burst into color. M any people simply buy their Mums in the fall already in bloom from r etailers while still others like to plant their own plants and watch them mature and bloom in their o wn gardens. If you decide to try planting your own, do so in the spring so the root systems can have a chance to get well established to ensure a happy healthy plant. Mums should be planted in a location that will get only a half-day of sun or slightly less. This is especially true in the areas south of Vero Beach. The areas north of Vero Beach will probably have better r esults with growing Mums in your garden as the harsh effects of the sun are slightly lessened. You can ensure y ou will get more flowers in the fall if you pinch back the top inch or so of growth about every three weeks until about mid-July. This process will help to promote heavy flowing in the fall. Please note you only do the above process if you plan on growing and maintaining your garden M ums on a year round basis. M ums will grow in a variet y of soils as long as it is well drained. Mums do not require a lot of fertilizer but will appreciate a light feeding about once a month with a water-soluble fertilizer such as Miracle Gro. It will also help if you stake your plants, as this will help them to support themselves and keep the heavy Florida rains from knocking them over. If y ou plan on only using y our Mums as a potted decoration for the holidays, many of the same rules will apply. Keep the plant in a bright, well-lit area of the house and do not let the plant get too dry between watering cycles. Remember that potted plants will dry out much faster than plants that are placed in the ground. A/C will also have an impact on your plants moisture level. Once your plants have server their useful life as a holiday decoration, many people just choose to throw them away and plan on buying new next year and many people will choose to plant them and enjoy their color again next season. If y ou decide to plant your gems for next year, simply choose a well-drained area that has some protection from the hot summer sun. D ig a hole about twice the size of the plants existing r oot ball. Place the plant slightly below the original soil level of the pot. Fill in with good quality topsoil or a soil mixture with organic compounds mixed in. Water the plant in. You are now on the road to enjoy your plants again next season. J oe Zelenak has more than 30 years'experience in gardening and landscape. S end e-mails to hometowngarden@gmail.com or visit his Web site www.hometowngarden.com. Mums for the fall season GARDEN NOOKJOE ZELENAK www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 15, 2013 Martin County B5 084424Answers located in Classified Section *You must continue to pay your Medicare Part B premium, unless paid by Medicaid or another third party. The $0 Monthly Plan Pre mium only applies to BlueMedicare HMO and BlueMedicare RPPO. For accommodation of persons with special needs at sales meetings, call 772-600-8020 or TTY 1-800-955-8771 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon.Fri. A sales person will be present with information and applications. Florida Blue HMO is an HMO Plan with a Medicare contract. Florida Blue is a PPO, RPPO, and RX (PDP) Pl an with a Medicare contract. Enrollment in Florida Blue HMO or Florida Blue depends on contract renewal. Limitations, copayments and restrictions may apply. The benefit information provided is a brief summary, not a complete description of benefits. For more information, contact the plan. **Medicare Supplement insurance policies are not connected with or endorsed by the U.S. Gov ernment or the Federal Medicare Program. Exclusions, limitations may apply. Benefits, formulary, pharmacy network, provider network, premium and/or copayments/coinsurance may change on J anuary 1 of each year. Benefits provided and the premium amount you are required to pay depend on the plan you choose, your age, and the county of primary residence. This information i s available for free in other languages. Please call our Member Services number at 1-800-926-6565. We are open from 8 a.m. 9 p.m. ET, 7 days a week, all year long. TTY users should call 1-8 00-955-8771. Health Insurance is offered by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida, D/B/A Florida Blue. HMO coverage is offered by Health Options, Inc., D/B/A Florida Blue HMO, an HMO subsidia ry of Florida Blue. These companies are Independent Licensees of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. 77862 0913 Y0011_77862 0913R2 CMS Accepted Dont miss out! The Annual Election Period ends soon.779329 6181 SE Federal Hwy.,Stuart,FL 34997772-600-8020€ www.AnchorInsuranceInc.com8:30-5:30 Mon-Fri.to speak to a licensed agentBecause lifes next chapter is just beginning. Please call 772-600-8020 for Seminar Times and Locations Battle the wind for a good time on the water FISHINGHENRY CAIMATTO See FISHING, B6 your workload with time to spare. Commit your time now and enjoy the time to take things slow later in the week.SC O RPI O Oct. 24/Nov. 22Scorpio, significant changes are afoot and you are not quite sure how to prioritize your goals. Enjoy the change, but make use of down time to reestablish your priorities.SAG ITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21Sagittarius, though a pressing issue in your relationship may seem like it needs immediate attention, you have a lot of time to work through any issues.CA PRI CO RN Dec. 22/Jan. 20Capricorn, your normally conservative approach won't work this week. You have to take a couple of chances, or you won't accomplish much of anything.AQ UARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18Aquarius, you have only a few days to learn some new procedures at work. It is natural to feel nervous, but put aside those feelings and concentrate on the tasksat hand.PIS CE S Feb. 19/March 20Pisces, don't worry too much about an upcoming change around the office. You're in position to benefit from some restructuring.ScopesF rom page B1 Driving tour to see Florida's shore birds and migratory species. Participants must stay in the convoy and respect the birding leader. $5 donation to Audubon of Martin County. For more information, call (772) 905-2473 or email lakesidetours@audubonmartincounty.org T reasure Coast Beer Fest: Sixth annual event, 1-5 p.m., Po rt St. Lucie Civic Center on U.S. 1. Variety of American and international craft beers, plus the work of local breweries and home brewing clubs. This year's event benefits Fort Pierce Jazz & Blues Society, Hope Flight, and the Sgt. Gary Morales Family Fund. Tickets are $30 online and $35 at the gate. This is a 21 and older only event. F or more information or tickets, visit treasurecoastbeerfest.com.MONDAY, NOV. 18 'Chicken with Plums' art cinema presentation: L yric T heatre, 59 S.W. Flagler Ave., Stuart. Showings at 1 p.m., 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. French. 1 hour, 30 minutes. Rated PG1 3. F or more information, call the box office at (772) 28678 27 or visit lyrictheatre.com. TU ESDAY, NOV. 19 Craig Ferguson at the Lyric T heatre, 59 S.W. Flagler Ave., Stuart. 7 p.m. Tickets are $65. F or more information, call the b ox office at (772) 286-7827.WEDN ESDAY, NOV. 20 Home Again for the Holidays Starring Lorrianna Colozzo at the Lyric Theatre, 59 S.W. Flagler Ave., Stuart. 7 p.m. Tickets are $37. Call the b ox office at (772) 286-7827.THUR SDAY, NOV. 21 Treasure Coast Macintosh Users Group meeting: 5 p.m., Children's Services Council, 10 1 S.E. Central Parkway, Stuart. 5-6:45 p.m., one-onone help sessions with club members, making sure computers are working properly. At 7 p.m., discussion by Bob Jorritsma of new gear from Apple and why or why not to upgrade from what you own now. F or more information, call club president Chris at (772) 283-5646 or email president@tcmug.net.OutF rom page B4 See OUT, B6

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the south and more reds and snook to the north. W atching for mullet was the key. There have been plenty of S panish macs south of the 10 cent bridge and trout in W illoughby Creek. Sorry, no pompano at Hells Gate but M other Nature is back in control, so this could be the w eek. The eastern shore of the In dian River has been home to many including blues, macs and jacks and lots of short snook on just about anything you wanted to cast. Br idges continue to be the place if you don't mind the wind and those big and bigger snook bending your r od and all those anglers at the Roosevelt Bridge, it is black drum a plenty. So many you had better know the limits I bet the G ame Warden does. H enry Caimatto is the o wner of the Snook Nook Ba it and Tackle shop in J ensen Beach. School, will also be participating. "W ithout the foundation and the people who support it we would not have the medications that keep Ben so healthy," said Ma rg uerite Madden, Ben's mom. B en is on the swim, cross country and diving team at Jensen Beach and keeps busy despite his C ystic Fibrosis. The more sports I do the better it is for me," Ben said. Activity helps move and unclog the mucus that settles in his lungs. M any of his teammates, friends, and his older sister, Emma and twin brother, Alexander will be running, too, and his parents will be cheering them all on from the sidelines. The Nov. 30 race starts at 4:30 p.m. at Stuart Beach, continues over the bridges and ends at Carson's Tavern where the after-party begins. There will be BBQ, a kid zone, award ceremony and a large outdoor screen playing the football game. "I 'm excited. This is going to be a good year," Ms. Brandon said. "I 'm very appreciative of C arson's and everyone who supports the Cystic F ibrosis Foundation," Ben said. To r egister in advance, go to www.Beach2bar5k.org R ace-day registration will be at Carson's Tavern at 2883 S.E. Ocean Blvd., until 3:30 p.m. Shuttles will transport runners and spectators between the r estaurant and the beach. Only those who register by No v .15 are guaranteed a Tshirt that Ben can't wait to get his hands on. Adult r egistration fees are $35 until Nov. 17 when the price rises to $45. F riday, November 15, 2013 B6 Martin CountyHometown News ELECTRIC & AIR$3000OFFANY SERVICE772-905-2104www.EliteElectricAndAir.comER0011841 CAC1816433 779289 779344 779347 RaceF rom page B1FishingF rom page B5 Three Eras of Elvis' at the L yric Theatre, 59 S.W. Flagler A ve., Stuart. 7 p.m. Tickets are $35. Call the box office at (772) 286-7827.FRIDAY, NOV. 22 Dance for Food performance: 7 p.m., South Fork High School, 10205 S.W. Pratt Whitney Road, Stuart. Sponsored by Schmitt, Cambron & Reynolds, P L. An hour-long performance by the Preston Contemporary Dance Theater as well as Artists for a Cause Club students from South Fork, Dreyfoos School of the Arts, and the Pine School. 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. Kenny Vance and the Planotones at the Lyric Theatre, 59 S.W. Flagler Ave., Stuart. 7 p.m. Tickets start at $35. Call the b ox office at (772) 286-7827.SAT URDAY, NOV. 23 DECA Holiday Bazaar: 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., IRSC Main Campus, 3209 Virginia Ave., Fo rt Pierce. Hundreds of craft and gift items including holiday decorations, toys, fabric, books, haircuts, car wash, more. Call (866) 792-4772, Ext. 7660.SAT URDAY, NOV. 23 SU NDA Y, NOV. 24 Treasure Coast Community Singers classical concert: T wo performances: one at 7 p.m., Nov. 23, and one at 3 p.m., Nov. 24, at North Stuart Baptist Church, 1950 N. F ederal Highway, Stuart. Th eme is Favorite Classical Anthems.' Adult tickets are $20, available through the church or online at tccsingers.org.THUR SDAY, NOV. 28 Palm City Turkey Trot: Annual 5K event organized by P alm City Presbyterian Church. 7:30 a.m. start. Course is a flat fast loop beginning/ending at the church, located at 2700 S.W. Martin Highway, Palm City. Th ere will also be a kids fun run after the 5K, with distances for two age groups. Canned goods or other nonperishable food donations will be collected for House of Hope near the start of the race. The 5K is capped at 50 0 participants, so registering early is strongly suggested. Advance 5K registration is $30, or $40 if available on race day. Kids fun run is $5 in advance, $10 on race day. To register, visit http://beta.active.com/palmcity-fl/running/3rd-annual-palmcity-turkey-trot-2013. OutF rom page B5 Classified 800-823-0466SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS! They make this all possible! 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P.A.053742 KILL ROACHES! Buy Harris Roach Tablets. Eliminate BugsGuaranteed.No Mess, Odorless, Long Lasting.Available at Ace Hardware, The Home Depot, Homedepot.com IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE:ESTATE OF EILEEN D.UDZINSKI, Deceased.File No.: 13-730-CP NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of Eileen Udzinski, deceased, whose date of death was August 17th, 2013, is pending in the Circuit Court for Martin County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 100 E.Ocean Blvd., Stuart, FL 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 15th, 2013. 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FILE NO. 13000732CPAXMX NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of Juanita Hill Gilchrist a/k/a Juanita Hill and Juanita Gilchrist, deceased, whose date of death was June 8, 2013, is pending in the Circuit Court for Martin County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 100 East Ocean Blvd., Stuart, FL 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 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 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 15, 2013. P ersonal Representative:Lucretia Rogers, 198-01 Hollis Av enue, Jamaica, New Yo rk 11412 Attorney for P ersonal Representative: Thomas E.Weiksnar, Esquire, Attorney for Lucretia Rogers, Florida Bar Number:0897256, Gary, Williams, Parenti, Et Al, 221 S.E.Osceola Street, Stuart, FL 34994-2110 Telephone: (772) 283-8260 Fax: (772) 219-3365 E-Mail: te w@williegar y .com Secondary E-mail: caj@williagar y .com Pubs: Nov.15, & Nov.22, 2013 SHAPER & Router, cast iron, bench/ table model, new, never used $85 obo 772-340-1395 P.S.L. ENTERTAINMENT CTR. white lacquer 72Žhigh x 52Žwide w/shelves & 42Ž P anasonic flat screen TV $600, like brand new. 772-334-2712 BIKES (2) e xc.condition, need new tubes, $50 each, 3 sm crab trapes, $24, 772-336-1329 PSL *REDUCE YOUR Satellite/ Cable Bill! Confused by other ads? Buy DIRECT at FACTORY DIRECT Pricing.As low as $19.99/Mo.FREE Installation! 1-877-329-9040 B ABY CRIB w/ mattress, good condition, $80 772-873-7080 P.S.L. NOTICE OF SUSPENSION TO : Sheresa J.Preston Martin County Case No:201303588 A Notice of Suspension to suspend your license and eligibility for licensure has been filed against y ou.You have the right to request a hearing pursuant to Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes, by mailing a request for same to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Licensing, P ost Office Box 3168, T allahassee, Florida 32315-3168.If a request fo r hearing is not received by 21 days from the date of the last publication, the right to hearing in this matter will be waived and the Department will dispose of this cause in accordance with law. Pubs:11/15/13, 11/22/13, 11/29/13 & 12/6/13 BEER MEISTER, like new $200, 215-605-8823 Po rt St.Lucie 583589IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE:ESTATE OF ALEXANDER G. ABRAMOVITCH,JR., a/k/a ALEX G. ABRAMOVITCH, JR., Deceased.File No. 12000727CPAXMX NOTICE TO CREDITORS (summary administration) TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE: Y ou are hereby notified that an Order of Summary Administration has been entered in the estate of Alexander G. Abramovitch, Jr., a/k/a Alex G.Abramovitch., Jr. deceased, File Number: 13000727CPAXMX;by the Circuit Court for Martin County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 250 NW County Club Drive, Ste.217, Port St.Lucie, FL 34986;that the decedents date of death w as July 21, 2013;that the names of those it has been assigned by such order are:Creditors: Allender & Allender, PA, 719 Garden Street, Titusville, Florida 32796 Beneficiaries:Margot Abramovitch, 874 SE W arren Way, Stuart, Florida 34997 ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT:All creditors of the estate of the decedent and persons having claims or demands against the estate of the decedent other than those for whom provision for full payment was made in the Order of Summary Administration must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE.ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER APPLICABLE TIME PERIOD, 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 15, 2013. P erson Giving Notice: Margot Abramovitch, 874 SE Warren Way, Stuart, Florida 34997 Attorney f or Person Giving Notice: Steven C.Allender, Attorney for Petitioner Email:sallender@allen derlaw.com Secondary Email:ashley@allender law.com Florida Bar No. 0428302, Allender & Allender, PA 719 Garden Street, Titusville, FL 32796 Telephone:(321) 269-1511 Fax:(321) 624-7676 13-226-AK Pubs:11/15 & 11/22/13 T OP CASH PAID FOR OLD GUITARS! 1920s thru 1980s.Gibson, Martin, Fender, Gretsch, Epiphone, Guild, Mosrite, Rickenbacker.Prairie State, DAngelico, Stromberg &Gibson Mandolins/ Banjos.800-401-0440 W ANTED J apanese Motorcycles Kawasaki,19671980, Z1-900, KZ900, KZ1000, ZIR, KZ1000MKII, W1-650, H1-500, H2-750, S1-250, S2-350, S3-400.Suzuki GS400, GT380, CB750 69.70) CASH PAID. 800-772-1142 310-721-0726 usa@classicrunners.com MITERSAW, R OBI like new $85, Portable work bench, Craftsman, like new $70, 772-336-5926 WEIGHT BENCH, adjustable incline, 116 lbs, $99 obo, great gift! 772-260-9848 Hobe Snd. 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