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MARTIN COUNTYSTUART JENSEN BEACH PALM CITY HOBE SOUND en-US@HometownNewsMartin @hometownnewsmc @HometownNewsMC OPEN 7 DaysMon-Sat 11:00a-9:30p Sun 12:00p-9:30p 751 NW Federal Hwy Stuart 772-692-8554 OR 772-692-8584 10%OFF ONLINE ORDERING Uncle Giuseppes Lil Bit-A Brooklyn SUNSET MENUDine-in only. Not to be combined w/any other oerSPECIAL FATHERS DAY MENUWEDNESDAY 2 FOR 1 ON ALL DRINKSDine-in only. Not to be combined w/any other oer3-course meal every day from 3pm to 6 pm$15.95 50% OFF all drinksChoice of Soup or Salad Choice of Appetizer Choice of Entree Choice of Dessert Wine, Beer, & Soft Drink included TUESDAY DINEIN SPECALCHOICE OF ENTREE, INCLUDES SOUP OR SALAD, CHOICE OF APPETIZER OR DESSERT Dine-in only. Not to be combined w/any other oer$1595lilbitabrooklyn.com$35All for justDine-in only. Not to be combined w/any other oer en-USThe Florida Department of Health en-US in Martin County is partnering with en-US the Martin County Library System en-US and the Golden Gate Center for en-US Enrichment to offer free cooking en-US classes for children and families this en-US summer.en-US The classes support the -2-1-0 en-US Lets Go initiative, a national model en-US for reducing obesity rates, which proen-US-en-US motes increasing physical activity en-US and intake of fruits and vegetables, en-US while reducing screen time. en-USChildren, families invited for en-US free summer cooking classes en-USCounty en-US approves en-US 24 new en-US fire-rescue en-US personnel en-USSTUART -The Martin County Comen-US -en-US mission voted 4-1 May 22 to approve a en-US Fire Rescue Department request to en-US begin hiring 24 new employees in order en-US to maintain minimum response times en-US mandated by the countys Comprehenen-US-en-US sive Growth Management Plan. en-US Martin County Fire Chief Bill Schobel en-US described the need for additional en-US fire-rescue workers as critical due to risen-US -en-US ing call volumes, particularly in the outen-US-en-US lying regions of the county where his en-US forces are stretched thin. en-US Were having a rough time keeping en-US up with that call volume, he said. The en-US isolated areas in the county -County en-US Line Road Station, Stuart Beach Station en-US -are very challenging to get to in an en-US expeditious manner. Were not meeting en-US the level of service thats laid out for ALS en-US [advanced life support] with eight minen-US -en-US utes. Were falling short.en-US Commissioner Ed Fielding wanted to en-US ensure the chief had investigated alteren-US -en-US nate methods of meeting minimum seren-US en-USA summer challenge en-USSeeen-US en-US COOKINGen-US page 2 Photo courtesy of MaryAnn Ketcham en-USTrying to catch the robotically launched ball at TechKnow camp are Jennifer en-US Perez-Lopez, Diana Gonzalez, Joseph Depaulis, Jakub Barski, SPAM team en-US members Hannah and Hailey Jones. en-US See more photos, page 6 and 7.en-USSeeen-US en-US PERSONNELen-US page 11 Vol. 17, No. 2 www.HometownNewsMC.com en-USFriday, June 8, 2018 LOOKING FOR A HOME 10 en-USWould you like to meet an en-US independent senior cat en-US that needs a good home? en-US Visit the Humane Society en-USMEET MRS. OSCAR en-USCATCH 15en-USHave you found great fish in en-US Treasure Coast waters? See en-US one that didn't get away en-US and see how your own prize en-US could be in the paper soon. en-USWHAT A CATCH! en-USTOWNIES 19en-USTouring with the en-US Townies features en-US reader-submitted en-US photos from travels. en-US Lets see how many en-US places we can go! en-USGOING ON A TRIP? ENTERTAINMENT 13 en-USEnjoy a dog-friendly, en-US family-friendly charity event at en-US the Furry Friends Ranch in en-US Palm City on Saturday en-USROUND UP TIMEen-USBy Donald Rodrigueen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USFire chief says en-US department struggles en-US to meet minimum fire-en-US rescue times with en-US current staffingen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsfp@hometownnewsol.com en-USINDEX Classified 21 Crossword en-US20 Horoscopes en-US13 Out & About 13 Police Report en-US5 Viewpoint en-US6 en-USCOMMUNITY CALENDARen-USSee en-US community en-US events on en-US page 2

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en-US 2 en-USThe hands-on classes are led by Maryen-US -en-US beth Pea, a nurse program specialist en-US with the health department and certified en-US diabetes educator. Our goal is to help en-US children and families understand that en-US food is fuel for our bodies, said Pea. en-US Through meal and snack preparation, en-US we are educating and inspiring families en-US to make choices that support wellness en-US and reduce the risk for chronic diseases en-US such as diabetes and heart disease.en-US Each class will highlight different topen-US -en-US ics including: Media Smart Families, en-US Families & Food Culture and an Introen-US-en-US duction to Vegetable Gardens. All the en-US classes are free, but registration is en-US required. For a list of classes, visit en-USwww.en-US MartinCountyHealth.comen-US Reducing obesity rates is a priority en-US area in the Martin County Community en-US Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) and en-US the 5-2-1-0 initiative was adopted by the en-US obesity sub-committee to address this en-US chronic health issue. Information about en-US the CHIP can be found here: en-US http://maren-US -en-US tin.floridahealth.gov/programs-and-seren-US -en-US vices/community-health-planen-US-en-US ning-and-statistics/_documents/en-US MCCHIP.pdfen-USCommunity calendar The Atlantic Animal Clinic1315 NE Sunview Terr. Jensen BeachCall for an appointment today 334-5901 Vaccine ClinicSaturday, June 16th$500 Rabies ShotsCash & Check Only 8 AM 11 AM 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Rabies Alert in Martin County 2 N. Sewalls Point Road Stuart, Fl. 34996 772-287-1777 Visit WWW.JRMRealEstate.com to search for properties, to view the professional services I offer, and to see some of the properties I have sold. Integrity and Client Satisfaction AssuredConsidering selling or having difficulty selling your home. Call Joseph R. Melanson, with 30 years experience and one of the highest Sales Rates in Martin County!!! 772-486-7243The Median Sale price of a home in Martin County is currently $370,000, a yearly increase of 3.8%. Curious about prices on your street or neighborhood? Visit www.JRMRealEstate.com and go to Create a Custom Market Report to see the Properties for Sale, Properties That have Sold, and the sold price per square foot, Or call me and I will set up a sold search for you. FRIDAY, JUNE 8 en-US en-US 'Project Linus' meets:en-US Project Linus en-US Martin St. Lucie counties is a non-profit en-US organization that provides homemade en-US blankets (knitted, crocheted, quilted, fleece) en-US to children (newborn to 18 years old) within en-US our community who are in need of comfort. en-US Meetings are held on the second Friday each en-US month (except July) from 10 a.m. until noon en-US at the Kane Center, 900 S.E. Salerno Road, en-US Stuart. en-US For more information, contact Lana en-US at en-US galfridy@aol.com.en-USSATURDAY, JUNE 9en-GB en-GB Club Scrub Endless Summer River en-GB Paddle:en-GB Launch from the Jonathan Dickinson en-GB State Park River Area Swim Beach, paddle en-GB down the Loxahatchee River to floating en-GB refreshment stops, relax a bit then paddle en-GB the rest of the way to the Rocking Jupiter en-GB Sandbar Party. After a few hours of food, en-GB drinks, live music and fun, paddle back to en-GB JDSP with the current. Open to all paddlers, en-GB kayaks, paddleboards, canoes, and dragon en-GB boats. See manatees, fish, birds and other en-GB wildlife and explore mangrove islands and en-GB estuaries along the way, plus help collect en-GB trash to leave the river cleaner, too. en-GB Registration opens April 15. Club Scrub en-GB members are $35 through May 25, $40 en-GB after; non-members are $40 through May en-GB 25, $45 after. Registration fees include park en-GB entry, the sandbar party with lunch and beer, en-GB refreshment stops, and paddle support en-GB (boats and guides). en-GBRegister and find more en-GB information about equipment rental at en-GBwww.en-GB clubscrub.orgen-GB en-GB For the Love of Surfing:en-GB Free program to en-GB offer the experience of surfing to children en-GB with autism, Down syndrome, Multiple en-GB Sclerosis and other exceptionalities. Offered en-GB by Future 6 at Stuart Beach every second en-GB Saturday each month from April through en-GB September. Children will be matched with en-GB local volunteer surfers and beach lovers who en-GB will push and catch the children as they glide en-GB through the water. Volunteers are asked to en-GB arrive at 8:30 a.m. and surfing will begin at 9 en-GB a.m. In addition to surfing, the program en-GB offers free interactive arts and sponsored en-GB lunches. Siblings are welcome and en-GB encouraged to participate. en-GB For more en-GB information, visit en-GB www.f6helpinghand.org en-GB and on Facebook en-GB @future6official.en-GB en-GB Book Swap:en-GB 10:30-11:30 a.m., en-GB Armstrong Wing, Blake Library, 2351 S.E. en-GB Monterey Road, Stuart. An informal en-GB opportunity for adults to meet new friends, en-GB browse pre-publication books, hear what en-GB others are reading and share books you have en-GB read. Facilitated by Janette Noe. en-GB For more en-GB information, contact Janette Noe at (772) en-GB 219-4968 or en-GB jnoe@martin.fl.usen-USSUNDAY, JUNE 10en-GB en-GB Roundtable spiritual discussion:en-GB 11 en-GB a.m. to noon, Eckankar Center of the en-GB Treasure Coast, 541 S.E. Central Parkway, en-GB Stuart. The public is invited. en-GB For more en-GB information, call (772) 223-1188 or visit en-GB www.Eck-Florida.org.en-USMONDAY, JUNE 11 FRIDAY, JULY 20en-GB en-GB Hobe Sound Nature Center Summer en-GB Nature Camp:en-GB The Hobe Sound Nature en-GB Center's Nature Camp is designed to en-GB acquaint your child with the natural world en-GB around them, with live native wildlife en-GB presentations, nature crafts and games, en-GB netting and more are included in the one en-GB week program. Runs 9 a.m. to noon, Monday en-GB through Friday; there is no camp in the week en-GB of July 4. Registration opens April 23. en-GB Students may register for one week only. The en-GB camp is open to all students ages 6 to 12; en-GB fee is $90 per student, $85 for additional en-GB siblings. No transportation provided. en-GBFor en-GB more information or to register, visiten-GB http://en-GB hobesoundnaturecenter.com/event_en-GB calendar/summer_campen-USMONDAY, JUNE 11 FRIDAY, JUNE 29en-US en-US Summer Camp:en-US St. Luke's School of the en-US Arts is offering its "Jungle Book" Theatrical en-US Performance Camp, June 11-29, from 9 a.m. en-US to 5 p.m., at the church, located at Cove en-US Road at Dixie Highway (5150 S.E. Railway en-US Ave., Port Salerno). A performance of "Jungle en-US Book" will be June 29. Tuition is $100 per en-US week. Discounts for second child (in a family) en-US for three weeks is $275; and $210 for third en-US child. Classes include tap, contemporary en-US dance, make-up, script reading and acting. en-US For ages 8-16. Tuition should be paid in full en-US by June 6. en-USRegister by calling (772) 286-en-US 5455 or online at en-US stlukesfl.org en-US (at the "SLSA" en-US tab).en-USMONDAY, JUNE 11 FRIDAY, JUNE 15en-GB en-GB Seaside Scientists full day coastal en-GBdiscovery camp:en-GB Summer camp session for en-GB ages 5-7. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Florida en-GB Oceanographic Coastal Center, 890 N.E. en-GB Ocean Blvd., Stuart. Children will get into en-GB science and conduct daily experiments to en-GB understand marine life and how the ocean en-GB works. Students will explore buoyancy, ocean en-GB currents, animal biology, and more. Coastal en-GB discovery camps for full day are $195 for en-GB members, $230 for non-members.en-GB For more en-GB information, visiten-GB www.floridaocean.org.en-USTUESDAY, JUNE 12en-US en-US Celebrate Recovery:en-US Each Tuesday at en-US The Grace Place, 1550 S.E. Salerno Road, en-US Stuart. Meant for help in dealing with any en-US type of hurts, hang-ups or habits. Dinner at 6 en-US p.m., large group meeting at 7 p.m., open en-US share groups at 8 p.m., Cross Talk Cafe at 9 en-US p.m. en-US For more information, call (772) 288-en-US 3593.en-US en-US Overeaters Anonymous en-US meeting: Tuesdays, 6 p.m., St. Marys en-USEpiscopal Church, 623 S.E. Ocean Blvd., en-US Stuart, in Smith Hall next to the Cracker Cooking en-USFrom page 1en-US Seeen-US en-US CALENDARen-US, page 3

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en-US 3 en-USBarrel Thrift Shop. No dues, fees or weigh-in. For more information, call (772) 263-2109 en-USor visit en-US oa.org.en-US en-US Tuesday Night Car Show:en-US 6:30-8:30 en-US p.m., each Tuesday, weather permitting, in en-US the Lowes parking lot, 3620 S.E. Federal en-US Highway, Stuart. Antique, collector and en-US classic cars, plus raffles and 50/50 drawing, en-US and music from the '50s and '60s. Food and en-US drinks also available. Show is free to en-US spectators, $3 for car owners. en-US For more en-US information, contact Jim Serra at (772) 285-en-US 3320 or en-US jimserra117@gmail.com.en-USWEDNESDAY, JUNE 13en-US en-US Faith and Book Discussion Group:en-US 10 en-US a.m. every Wednesday, Unitarian en-US Universalists of the Treasure Coast, 21 S.E. en-US Central Parkway, Stuart. Non-denominational en-US group. Books are available at a discount en-US through the group. Free, public is welcome. en-US For more information, visit en-US www.tcuuc.com.en-USMARTIN COUNTY For any and en-US all electrical contracting needs, Alfred en-US Bressaw is the man to call. Mr. Bressaw en-US has been in business since 1981, and his en-US company is well-known and respected en-US for their efficient work and safety record. en-US Throughout the years there have en-US been more than 35,000 people that we en-US serviced, including Ruby Tuesday, Chien-US-en-US potle, Flannigans and many major en-US stores, Mr. Bressaw said. We do all en-US kinds of residential and commercial en-US work and even a little industrial conen-US -en-US tracting.en-US Mr. Bressaws company has 12 en-US employees, and he said he has stayed en-US active because he loves people and his en-US company has even saved a few lives in en-US the process. Safety is priority numen-US-en-US ber-one and the company always is en-US quick to respond to the customers en-US needs.en-US Sometimes, we have saved people en-US from having a fire in their home and en-US were almost like EMTs in that respect, en-US he said. So, our base is so big that we get en-US calls every day and they wont do a thing en-US without talking to me or my secretary en-US and thats how much they trust us.en-US Were like firemen: Were right there en-US when people need us because we can en-US save a house.en-US The company does work all over the en-US state, and people contact his company en-US because they go the extra mile during en-US their work. He added that all his employen-US -en-US ees are over-insured and licensed for en-US the customers protection. He is routineen-US-en-US ly referred to as Uncle Fred, because of en-US his close relationship with clients.en-US Being a contractor has been my en-US whole life, and I love it, Mr. Bressaw en-US said. I have a couple of associates that en-US are the same as me, and we share an en-US office and its nice to wake up and come en-US in here to please people. When people en-US call me, I will personally handle it if en-US needed.en-US Also, the company has relied on not en-US only its reputation but advertises almost en-US solely through word-of-mouth. Mr. en-US Bressaw also gives customers a detailed en-US description of the work that has to be en-US performed so there are no mysteries en-US from the start as to how the job will be en-US performed.en-US The first thing is that I am a gentleen-US -en-US man, and when I resolve something I do en-US it as a gentleman. My best asset is to be a en-US very decent person, because thats the en-US way I was raised by my parents: To be en-US honest and be nice to people, he said. en-US The whole thing is honor and if you en-US cant get it done you dont belong in en-US business.en-US Its simple, you just talk to people en-US from your heart and thats how we feel. en-US All my boys are gentlemen and they en-US clean up after themselves on every job en-US because people dont like it when you en-US leave a mess behind, and I wouldnt en-US either.en-US The company also offers a 10-percent en-US discount off of all materials for senior en-US citizens.en-US There are electricians on call 24 hours en-US a day. For more information, please call en-US 772-334-4014. The shop is located at Rio en-US Commercial Center Unit #7 at 654 N.E. en-US Dixie Hwy. in Jensen Beach. 927 NE Jensen Beach Blvd. 772.334.2151Monday Saturday 10am-5pm www.jewelrydesignstudio.net Sunday Funday! Dr. Justin Madigan 3087 SW Martin Downs Blvd.,Palm City Open late during the week. $49 for rst appointment when you call and mention this Hometown News ad(over $225 value)(Includes a consult, evaluation and adjustment)Excludes Medicare patients and includes x-rays if necessaryOer expires 6-15-18 Were the headache, neck pain and vertigo specialist in Palm City. We specialize in Upper Cervical Care, which means we take a gentle approach to chiropractic work (no twisting, popping or jerking.)Call for your appointment today! 772-291-1392 Verticals PlusFamily Owned & Operated Since 1989Custom Made BlindsCellular & Pleated Shades, Faux Wood & Wood Blinds, Shutters, Quality Verticals, Woven Woods, Mini Blinds & More 10% OFF( orders of $500 or more)Exp. 7-6-182201 S.E. Indian St., Stuartwww.VerticalsPlusStuart.com221-0627Monday Friday 9-4 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Alfred Bressaw Electrical zaps problems fast, safely By Gaylon Parker en-USgparker@hometownnewsol.comen-USAlfred Bressawen-USCalendaren-USFrom page 2 en-USSeeen-US en-US CALENDARen-US, page 7

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en-US 4 en-USTREASURE COAST More than 100 en-US Indian River State College High School and en-US GED Preparation graduates participated in en-US the Adult Secondary Education Graduation en-US Ceremony on Thursday, May 24, in the en-US McAlpin Fine Arts Center at the IRSC Main en-US Campus, 3209 Virginia Avenue, in Fort en-US Pierce. Commencement speaker Dr. Alfred en-US Williams, Associate Professor and Departen-US -en-US ment Chair of Fire Science, addressed the en-US graduates with inspirational remarks about en-US their educational journey and career paths.en-US Many of these graduates will continue en-US their education in one of IRSCs certificate en-US or degree programs. Dr. Kelly Amatucci, en-US Assistant Dean of the School of Education, en-US explains, Students enrolled in IRSC Adult en-US Education program shave the opportunity en-US to simultaneously begin their career while en-US completing their high school credential. en-US Ongoing support is provided through menen-US-en-US toring and career inventories. Financial supen-US -en-US port is also available for students in need en-US who would like to register for college coursen-US -en-US es.en-US Students in the IRSC High School proen-US -en-US gram earn high school credits in traditional en-US and online courses, while students in the en-US GED Preparation program progress at their en-US own pace to review high school subjects en-US prior to taking the GED exam.en-US The IRSC High School and en-US GED Preparation programs award en-US thousands of dollars per year in en-US scholarships through the IRSC en-US Foundation Inc., and this year, 33 en-US students received scholarships en-US totaling $35,000.en-US Kendy Campusano received the en-US Ann Polk Memorial Scholarship, en-US which is awarded to a student en-US majoring in education, early en-US childhood education or nursing. en-US Campusano has earned an Associen-US -en-US ate in Arts degree from IRSC and en-US is in the process of applying for en-US the registered nursing program at en-US IRSC.en-US Along with the 33 students who en-US received scholarships, 13 memen-US-en-US bers of the Class of 2018 were en-US inducted into the National Adult en-US Education Honor Society. Raheem en-US Brown, Treasa Cornwell, Megan en-US Crews, Jonathan Crofford, Devin en-US Ferguson, Vianet Dominguez en-US Gonzalez, Barbara Gaal, Benjamin en-US Hanner, Liliana Martinez De en-US Colon, Noah Pulido, Gloria Salaen-US -en-US zar, Rita Salazar and Kurt Wagner en-US were selected by faculty for outen-US -en-US standing cooperation, attendance, en-US perseverance and self-reliance in the GED en-US Preparation Program.en-US In addition to GED Preparation, IRSC en-US Adult Secondary Education also offers en-US English as a Second Language (ESL) classes. en-US For more information, call the IRSC Call en-US Center at 1-866-792-4772 or visit http://en-US aecp.irsc.edu.en-US CEDAR POINTE PLAZA 2461 SE OCEAN BLVD., STUART 772-221-0222www.shadesandlamps.comSPECIALIZING IN REPAIRS & RESTORATIONS Bring in Your Lamp for a Proper FitSHADES LAMPS 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Martin: 772.286.6812 St. Lucie: 772.335.7378Serving the Treasure Coast since 19883226 SE Gran Parkway, StuartFamily Owned & Operated$20 OFF Initial Service Bi-monthly Bug Barrier New Customers Only. Not Valid with Any Other Offer.Expires 6-22-18 Same Day Service AppointmentsLawn SprayingRodent ControlTermite Control Household Pest Control R E A D E R S 1C H O I C E 2015 2016 2015 2016 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Photo courtesy of IRSC en-USJoseph White congratulates his grandmother, Barbara Gaal, after the IRSC en-US Adult Education Graduation Ceremony May 24 in Fort Pierce. Both received en-US high school diplomas and shared an unforgettable day.en-USMore than 100 high school diplomas presented en-US at IRSC ceremonyen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsfp@hometownnewsol.com en-GBWant to keep up-to-date en-GB en-GB weekly on the events en-GB en-GB and news in your area?en-GBSign-up for our en-GB en-GB e-newsletter!en-GB en-GBSimply send an email to:en-GBnewsfp@hometownnewsol.comen-GB en-GB Writeen-GB NEWSLETTER en-GB in the subject line Around Your en-GBe-newsletter

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en-US 5 en-USArrests listed were made May 25-31.en-USStuart Police en-US Departmenten-USZachary Charles Locke, 22, of 2967 Balten-US-en-US ing Place, Melbourne, was charged with en-US aggravated assault with deadly weapon, with en-US possession of marijuana more than 20 en-US grams, with possession of cannabis under en-US 20 grams, and with possession or use of en-US drug paraphernalia.en-US Annette Foley, 43, of 1605 N.E. Seneca en-US Ave., Jensen Beach, was charged with two en-US counts of conspiracy to sell or deliver conen-US-en-US trolled substance and with two counts of en-US unlawful use of two-way communication en-US device.en-US Zachary Stephen Runge-Koss, 25, of 1071 en-US N.E. Glass Drive, Jensen Beach, was charged en-US with possession, sale, manufacture or deliven-US-en-US ery of controlled substance. en-USMartin County en-US Sheriffs Officeen-USPatricia Lea Dance, 65, of 8782 S.E. Parken-US-en-US way Drive, Hobe Sound, was charged with en-US grand theft.en-US Robert Steven Kozlov, 19, of 5589 S.W. en-US Bellflower Court, Palm City, was charged en-US with possession of controlled substance.en-US Eric Byron Ashenbaugh, 44, of 6303 Mulen-US-en-US lin Street, Jupiter, was charged with driving en-US under the influence fourth or subsequent en-US offense and with refusal to submit to testing.en-US Nicole Evette Caribo, 32, of 2726 S.E. en-US Carroll Street, Stuart, was charged with two en-US counts of burglary of conveyance, with three en-US counts of dealing in stolen property, and en-US with three counts of giving false ownership en-US identification information to pawnbroker.en-US Basilio Morales-Jimenez, 35, of 3074 S.E. en-US Ellendale Street, Stuart, was charged with en-US aggravated battery with deadly weapon.en-US Patrick Eugene Reed, 35, of 503 S. 31st en-US Street, Fort Pierce, was charged with possesen-US -en-US sion of controlled substance within 1,000 en-US feet of specified area.en-US Vincent Paul Rizzotto, 24, of 4014 S.E. en-US Dixie Ross Street, Stuart, was charged with en-US two counts of possession of marijuana en-US more than 20 grams.en-US Michelle Stopyra, 54, of 2404 S.W. Danen-US-en-US bury Lane, Palm City, was charged with en-US aggravated assault on person age 65 or older.en-US Jonathan Tyler Trotter, 20, of 1392 S.W. en-US Eagle Nest Way, Palm City, was charged en-US with possession of marijuana more than 20 en-US grams.en-US Justin Milo Ducasse, 22, homeless, was en-US charged with possession of marijuana en-US more than 20 grams, with possession of en-US similitude of drivers license, and with posen-US -en-US session or use of drug paraphernalia.en-US James Evans Gincley, 40, of 5821 S.E. en-US Windsong Lane, Stuart, was charged with en-US possession of controlled substance and with en-US DUI.en-US David Elvis Knapp, 20, of 1690 S.E. Loren-US -en-US raine Street, Port St. Lucie, was charged with en-US possession of controlled substance, with en-US possession or use of drug paraphernalia, en-US and with resisting arrest without violence.en-US Barbara Jean Marra, 51, of 2101 S.E. en-US Abcor Road, Port St. Lucie, was charged en-US with grand theft property valued $20,000 en-US to $100,000, and with scheme to defraud.en-US Jacquez Tyriek Mathews, 21, of 1203 Palm en-US Walk Lane, Fort Pierce, was charged with en-US grand theft property valued $300-$5,000, en-US and with scheme to defraud. en-US Misha Matthew Rousseau, 37, of 1360 en-US Starfish Lane, Stuart, was charged with posen-US -en-US session of controlled substance and with en-US possession or use of drug paraphernalia.en-US Eric Mitchell Shipley, 34, of 2522 S.E. en-US Marius Street, Port St. Lucie, was charged en-US with felony battery domestic battery by en-US strangulation, with false imprisonment, and en-US with tampering with or harassing a victim. en-US Tyler Grey Wolf, 29, of 1921 S.W. St. en-US George Street, Stuart, was charged with en-US retail theft and with petit theft third or en-US subsequent offense. en-US Amanda Louise Eulo, 24, of 1605 N.E. en-US Seneca Ave., Stuart, was charged with trafen-US -en-US ficking in drugs hydromorphone, with two en-US counts of unlawful use of two-way commuen-US -en-US nication device to facilitate a felony, and en-US with two counts of conspiracy to sell or en-US deliver controlled substance.en-US David Charles Garber, 29, of 493 S.W. en-US Fuge Road, Stuart, was charged with aggraen-US -en-US vated assault on police officer, with possesen-US -en-US sion of controlled substance, with tamperen-US -en-US ing with or fabricating physical evidence, en-US with attempt to flee or elude police officer, en-US with possession or use of drug paraphernaen-US -en-US lia, and with resisting arrest without vioen-US-en-US lence.en-US Laura Lee Koss, 52, of 1071 N.E. Glass en-US Street, Jensen Beach, was charged with posen-US -en-US session of controlled substance with intent en-US to sell or deliver.en-US Tyler Alexander Lalli, 22, of 2975 S.E. en-US Clayton Street, Stuart, was charged with en-US possession of marijuana more than 20 en-USPolice reporten-USEditors note: en-USThis is a list of arrests, not en-US convictions, and all arrestees are presumed en-US innocent unless or until proven guilty in a en-US court of law. rfntb Oceanfront 3814 sf 5 bedroom, 4 bath. East 56 balcony=amazing ocean views. North and West sunset balcony. Two living dining rooms. Eat-in Kitchen-wood cabinets, Corian counters, 2 refrigerators and sink areas. Two oceanfront Master suites with full baths. 2 garages, 2 enclosed garageports. Boardwalk to Wide accreting beach. Heated pool, spa, tennis, clubhouse, exercise room.b3150 N Highway A1A #501 Je and Ginny Mitchell Cell: 772-202-9083 b r Wills, Trusts, Estates & Elder LawShaun W. Wiedrick, Esq. Attorney & Counselor at Law Royal Palm Financial Center 759 SW Federal Hwy., Suite 212 Stuart, Florida 34994772.463.4443No matter how large or small your estate, living trusts and other techniques and strategies can be employed to address concerns with taxes, probate court and guardianships. Learn how these approaches may apply to you. Learn about Medicaid rules. These rules can be very important to those concerned about stays in a nursing home, etc. www.WiedrickLaw.com See en-US en-US POLICEen-US page 7

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en-USFRIDAY, JUNE 8, 2018 en-US MARTIN COUNTYen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSMC.COM PAGE 6en-USRantsen-US & en-USRaves Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 5059 Turnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2018, Hometown News, L.C.Voted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Farris Robinson ...................................President Vernon D. Smith .................................. Managing Partner Don Hornbeck ..................................... Regional Circulation Manager Flora Wilkerson ................................... Circulation Administrator Robin Bevilacqua ................................ Human Resources Annita Ferrante ................................... Account Receivable Amanda Wheaton .............................. Credit & Collections Kathy Young ........................................ Major/Natl. Accounts Manager Julie Cleveland ..................................... 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Staff Writer Sarah Callender ..................................Paginator Phone (772) 465-5656 Fax (772) 465-5301Classified (800) 823-0466 Rants & Raves (866) 465-5504Circulation Inquiries 1-866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comMARTIN en-USVIEWPOINT en-USGot something to say? en-USEmail the Hometown Rants & Raves at en-USnewsfp@hometownnewsol.comen-USThe Rants and Raves section provides a chance for readers to share their thoughts with en-US other readers. The opinions included are not those of Hometown News or its employees.en-USPlease limit your submissions to 250 words, so that we can include more entries. en-US Readers are asked to refrain from making slanderous or libelous statements. en-USSo early for a reasonen-USI am responding to the letter in the Frien-US -en-US day, June 1 issue entitled "Far too early." The en-US writer asks why his neighbor mows the lawn en-US so early in the AM, sometimes at 7:30 even. en-US The reason people do outside chores early in en-US the morning is because it is too hot in the en-US late morning and afternoon. Try mowing en-US the lawn at 7:30 in the morning, then the en-US next time try doing it at 2:00 PM. You will en-US quickly find out earlier is better, before the en-US sun is burning high overhead. You should en-US be happy your neighbor is mowing at an en-US early hour as opposed to having knee-high en-US grass in his yard.en-USDiscounts for serviceen-USI was waiting in line to pay for some meren-US -en-US chandise the other day when the customer en-US ahead of me asked if they gave discounts to en-US retired law enforcement officers. The clerk en-US replied, Yes, we give fifteen percent disen-US -en-US counts to Police, Fire Fighters, and Veterans en-US current and retired. He was given the disen-US -en-US count and thanked the clerk. When I was en-US checking out I asked if they gave discounts en-US to teachers. The clerk quickly told me no. en-US The person standing behind me in line en-US commented that teachers should be includen-US -en-US ed in the list for discounts especially in this en-US day and age.en-US Why arent teachers given the same en-US respect, status or privilege as law enforceen-US -en-US ment, fire fighters, and veterans? They en-US touch the lives of all children and help shape en-US them into future adults. They are and have en-US been one of the most important contribuen-US -en-US tors in making America the Nation it is en-US today. They certainly dont get wealthy in en-US their profession. I hope and pray corporaen-US -en-US tions and business owners reconsider who en-US they include on their list of those they feel en-US deserve the perk of a discount for their years en-US of service in helping shape the youth and en-US future of our country.en-USAnother approachen-USYes, cutting the grass that early is inconen-US -en-US siderate and ignorant. Early morning cuten-US -en-US ting damages and weakens the grass and en-US rusts the equipment. What can be done? en-US Report him/her to Code Enforcement, en-US HOA, or local PD most have noise/disturen-US -en-US bance ordinances. You will need documenen-US -en-US tation for a lawsuit. Unfortunately, the only en-US way to deal with a bully is to out bully them. en-US Or it could be early Alzheimer's???? Enlist en-US the support of your fellow neighbors. This en-US person may need a mental health elavuation en-US (Baker Act). Also, consider installing the en-US tallest fence possible along the adjoining en-US property lines and buy a boxfan to provide en-US 'white noise.' Appealing directly to the bully en-US or their spouse won't work she probably en-US doesn't want him around either. I also live en-US next to the neighborhood bully family love en-US the fact they have installed an illegal, wired en-US utility building, a driveway less than 2 ft en-US from the property line, done their own roof en-US work and are completely ignoring the counen-US -en-US ty fertilizer ban code enforcement is only en-US one anonymous phone call away. All else en-US fails? Install an exterior sound system that en-US plays nothing but metal, rap, Gregorian en-US chants, etc, only on that side of your properen-US -en-US ty all day, every day within sound level and en-US hours permitted. Plants love music!en-USDo your part so we all have a en-US cooler, better planeten-USThe globe is in fact getting warmer at an en-US alarming rate historically and man is having en-US an impact. Just walk outside. Its amazing en-US that some people want to deny it.en-US I would prefer to believe scientists over en-US the oil funded politicians. The Paris Accords en-US were agreed to by all the countries in the en-US world except ours.en-US Ill bet these non-believers dont recycle en-US either. Do your part so we all have a better en-US planet.en-USHats off to humane societyen-USRecently I had to take a rescue kitten to en-US the Humane Society and got to see how en-US compassionate and caring they all are. I am en-US an animal lover and I could not work there en-US because I would want to bring every animal en-US home. If you have it in your heart to donate en-US your time or, better yet, adopt a pet or give a en-US donation, please do. These animals need us.en-USKnow overdose symptoms so en-US proper actions can be takenen-USOverdoses are happening everywhere, all en-US over the country. In our current society, the en-US streets are filled to the brim with ultra-en-US strong heroin thats often mixed with fenen-US-en-US tanyl and a multitude of its analogues, maken-US -en-US ing life saving efforts, like Narcan, futile en-US when trying to reverse an overdose.en-US The thing is, overdoses dont just happen en-US in the bathroom or bedroom at home. In en-US fact, many people who overdose do so in en-US public areas. Overdoses can happen in the en-US grocery store, in the car, at a shopping mall en-US. just about anywhere. Overdoses happen en-US when a person has taken more opiates (or en-US opioids) than their body can handle. They en-US can happen absolutely anywhere and its en-US really important for everyone to know the en-US symptoms of an overdose because then the en-US appropriate actions can be taken to save a en-US persons life.en-US For more information on the opiate epien-US -en-US demic, visit en-US http://bit.ly/2IMxu3ken-US. If you are en-US in need of a referral to a treatment center, en-US call (877) 841-5509.en-USAnything can be proven by en-US looking at parts, not the wholeen-USNo such thing as climate change? Willen-US -en-US ful ignorance is not a particularly admirable en-US quality.en-US The flat earthers, the climate change en-US deniers, the sea level-rise deniers, the en-US anti-vaxxers, the early earthers and evoluen-US-en-US tion deniers are living in their own little en-US bubble. They are poster children for the en-US Dunning-Kruger Effect. It is useless trying en-US to reason with them for they will just cheren-US -en-US ry-pick facts to reinforce what Fox News en-US and the Fever Swamp has told them.en-US Their capacity for critical thinking has en-US atrophied to the point they will believe anyen-US -en-US thing no matter how illogical and contradicen-US -en-US tory it is.en-US By the way, the earth really is round and it en-US really does revolve around the sun.en-US It is folks like these who have elected a en-US semi-literate, petty, ethically challenged, en-US morally bankrupt rich money launderer to en-US the highest office in the land. So much for en-US evolution. en-USInventors Evan McCar en-US-en-US thy, Vaughn en-US Berhoff en-US begin the en-US Infento en-US design of the en-US robot they en-US will build with en-US help from en-US SPAM team en-US member en-US Tyler Melton en-US (right).en-USPhoto courtesy of en-US MaryAnn Ketcham

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en-US 7 en-GBTHURSDAY, JUNE 14en-US en-US Jammin Jensen:en-US 6-9:30 p.m., every en-US Thursday night in downtown Jensen Beach en-US except for Thanksgiving. en-USFor more en-US information, visit en-US www.jensenbeach.biz.en-GB en-GB The Sound of Soul event:en-GB 6-7 p.m., en-GB Spiritual chant and discussion, Eckankar en-GB Center of the Treasure Coast, 541 S.E. en-GB Central Parkway, Stuart. The public is en-GB invited. en-GB For more information, call (772) en-GB 223-1188 or visit en-GB www.Eck-Florida.org.en-USSATURDAY, JUNE 16en-GB en-GB Team Up to Clean Up:en-GB 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., en-GB Treasure Coast Food Bank, 401 Angle en-GB Road, Fort Pierce. The food bank needs en-GB hard-working volunteers to help with en-GB cleaning needs at the 35,000 square foot en-GB warehouse so that they may continue to en-GB maintain the highest standard in food en-GB safety. All supplies will be provided, you just en-GB provide the muscle and effort. Volunteers en-GB must be age 18 or older and wear closed-en-GB toe shoes. en-GB For more information, call (772) en-GB 446-1752 or email en-GB volunteer@tcfoodbank.en-GB org. en-GB RSVP online at en-GBstophunger.org/en-GB volunteer.en-USMONDAY, JUNE 18en-GB en-GB Library Lecture:en-GB Learn about growing en-GB avocados in south Florida with Alex Salazar, en-GB owner of Tropical Acres Farms in West Palm en-GB Beach. 6-7 p.m., Armstrong Wing at the en-GB Blake Library, en-GB2351 S.E. Monterey Road, en-GB Stuart.en-GB Lecture series on a variety of en-GB horticultural topics from the UF/IFAS en-GB Extension Florida Master Gardeners of en-GB Martin County, in partnership with the en-GB Martin County Library System. Doors open en-GB at 5:30 p.m. en-GBFor more information, call en-GB (772) 288-5654 or visit en-GB http://sfyl.ifas.ufl.en-GB edu/martin/en-USMONDAY, JUNE 18 FRIDAY, JUNE 22en-GB en-GB Coastal Critters full day coastal en-GB discovery camp:en-GB Summer camp session for en-GB ages 8-11. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Florida en-GB Oceanographic Coastal Center, 890 N.E. en-GB Ocean Blvd., Stuart. Children will learn en-GB about the local plants and animals that call en-GB Florida Oceanographic home, and get en-GB up-close and personal while exploring each en-GB animal group and their unique characterisen-GB -en-GB tics. Coastal discovery camps for full day en-GB are $195 for members, $230 for non-memen-GB -en-GB bers. en-GB For more information, visit en-GB www.en-GB floridaocean.org. Left: en-US Brian Matul and Jehezkiel Rucker en-US carefully glue fins on the rocket they en-US will launch later in the week. en-US Above: en-US Vincent Pinolini of Stuart learns en-US how to print a personalized koozie en-US using computer design Jayden Linton-Dotson of Stuart learns all en-USabout drones and how they operateen-US Repeat campers Crystal Ngaeth and Nijae Willis of Indien-US-en-US antown learn about rocketryen-USThe week-long TechKnow Camp, en-US offered by the Clark Advanced en-US Learning Center and IRSC, got en-US off to a rocket-fast start for qualien-US-en-US fied Martin County miden-US-en-US dle-schoolers. Students spent en-US the week learning digital media en-US skills, graphic design, rocket en-US building, programming and en-US operation, robotics and more.en-USPhotos courtesy of MaryAnn Ketchamen-USLearning en-US and funen-USDerek Santiago (center) of the Green Mouse Acadeen-US -en-US my and the First Lego League helps Zane Brown and en-US Dominic Acocella with their Infento design en-USgrams, with possession of cannabis under en-US 20 grams, and with possession or use of en-US drug paraphernalia.en-US Nicholas Jeron Lowe, 28, of 920 S.E. East en-US Ave., Stuart, was charged with three counts en-US of sale of controlled substance within 1,000 en-US feet of a specified area, and with two counts en-US of possession of controlled substance.en-US Quamarvious Phion Nichols, 23, of 763 en-US Cascade Ave., Atlanta, was charged with en-US grand theft, with burglary of conveyance, en-US and with obtaining goods through frauduen-US-en-US lent use of credit card.en-US Jamel Eugene Pittman, 31, of 340 S.E. en-US Florida Street, Stuart, was charged with en-US tampering with or fabricating physical evien-US-en-US dence and with possession of cannabis en-US under 20 grams.en-USPoliceen-USFrom page 5en-USCalendaren-USFrom page 3en-US Seeen-US en-US CALENDARen-US, page 8

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en-US 8 en-USTUESDAY, JUNE 19en-US en-US Celebrate Recovery:en-US Each Tuesday at en-US The Grace Place, 1550 S.E. Salerno Road, en-US Stuart. Meant for help in dealing with any en-US type of hurts, hang-ups or habits. Dinner at 6 en-US p.m., large group meeting at 7 p.m., open en-US share groups at 8 p.m., Cross Talk Cafe at 9 en-US p.m. en-US For more information, call (772) 288-en-US 3593.en-US en-US Overeaters Anonymous en-US meeting: Tuesdays, 6 p.m., St. Marys en-USEpiscopal Church, 623 S.E. Ocean Blvd., en-US Stuart, in Smith Hall next to the Cracker en-US Barrel Thrift Shop. No dues, fees or weigh-in. For more information, call (772) 263-2109 en-USor visit en-US oa.org.en-US en-US Tuesday Night Car Show:en-US 6:30-8:30 en-US p.m., each Tuesday, weather permitting, in en-US the Lowes parking lot, 3620 S.E. Federal en-US Highway, Stuart. Antique, collector and en-US classic cars, plus raffles and 50/50 drawing, en-US and music from the '50s and '60s. Food and en-US drinks also available. Show is free to en-US spectators, $3 for car owners. en-US For more en-US information, contact Jim Serra at (772) 285-en-US 3320 or en-US jimserra117@gmail.com.en-GBWEDNESDAY, JUNE 20en-US en-US Faith and Book Discussion Group:en-US 10 en-US a.m. every Wednesday, Unitarian en-US Universalists of the Treasure Coast, 21 S.E. en-US Central Parkway, Stuart. Non-denominational en-US group. Books are available at a discount en-US through the group. Free, public is welcome. en-US For more information, visit en-US www.tcuuc.com.en-US en-US Coding and Robots:en-US 4-5 p.m., Elisabeth en-US Lahti Library Homework Area, 15200 S.W. en-US Adams Ave, Indiantown. For children ages 8 en-US and over. Learn how to write code with en-US Scratch, explore MBots, Sphero, and more. en-US For more information, contact Indiantown en-US staff at (772) 597-4200 or en-US indian@martin.en-US fl.us.en-GB en-GB Care for Caregivers support group: en-GB 6:30-8 p.m., third Wednesday each month, en-GB Suncoast Mental Health Center, 2814 S. U.S. en-GB 1, Suite D4, Fort Pierce. A support group for en-GB individuals, family members and others who en-GB play the role of caregiver to a person who en-GB struggles with a mental illness. The groups en-GB facilitator is volunteer mental health en-GB advocate Diego Gonzalez. en-GB For more en-GB information, contact Diego Gonzalez at (772) en-GB 577-4024, en-GB dgonz17820@aol.com, en-GB or visit en-GB http://suncoastmentalhealth.orgen-USSUNDAY, JUNE 24en-GB en-GB ECK Light and Sound service:en-GB Who am en-GB I? Why am I here? 11 a.m. to noon, en-GB Eckankar Center of the Treasure Coast, 541 en-GB S.E. Central Parkway, Stuart. The public is en-GB invited. en-GB For more information, call (772) en-GB 223-1188 or visit en-GB www.Eck-Florida.org.en-USMONDAY, JUNE 25 FRIDAY, JUNE 29en-GB en-GB Seaside Scientists full day coastal en-GB discovery camp:en-GB Summer camp session for en-GB ages 8-11. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Florida Oceanoen-GB-en-GB graphic Coastal Center, 890 N.E. Ocean en-GB Blvd., Stuart. Children will get into science en-GB and conduct daily experiments to underen-GB -en-GB stand marine life and how the ocean works. en-GB Students will explore buoyancy, ocean en-GB currents, animal biology, and more. Coastal en-GB discovery camps for full day are $195 for en-GB members, $230 for non-members. en-GBFor more en-GB information, visit en-GB www.floridaocean.org. en-USThe Library Foundation of Martin Counen-US -en-US ty (LFMC) presented 24 young readers from en-US Martin Countys 12 public elementary en-US schools with Young Literary Leaders Awards en-US during the final weeks of the school term.en-US The awards are presented to a fifth-grade en-US girl and boy in each school in recognition of en-US their exceptional reading achievements and en-US love of learning. The award goes to fourth en-US graders in Warfield Elementary, as fifth en-US graders in Indiantown attend the middle en-US school.en-US In addition to a Literary Leaders certifien-US -en-US cate, the students received a $50 gift card for en-US Barnes & Noble bookstore.en-US Giving out these awards is one of my en-US favorite things, said Michael Kenny, LFMC en-US executive director. With all the distractions en-US and entertainment options kids have today, en-US it is terrific to see these young people en-US embrace a love of books and reading.en-US The 2018 Young Literary Award winners en-US are Micaela Cristoforo and Zachary Rekowen-US-en-US ski, Bessey Creek Elementary; Jaime Garcia en-US and Bryar Stoney, Citrus Grove Elementary; en-US Emilee Ault and Jacob Tremblay, Crystal en-US Lake Elementary; Aidan Flores and Sara en-US Kautz, Felix A. Williams Elementary; Chase en-US Burr and Areon Dames, Hobe Sound Eleen-US -en-US mentary; Lexie Laverty and Nico Rocha, en-US J.D. Parker Elementary; Luke Reyburn and en-US Addison Monaco, Jensen Beach Elementaen-US-en-US ry; Vivian McCollough and Reis Elenbass en-US Smith, Palm City Elementary; Camryn en-US Bruno and Gerald Garner, Pinewood Eleen-US -en-US mentary; Alyxia Garza and Jared Baer, Port en-US Salerno Elementary; Eva Sanchez and en-US Charles Woodward, Seawind Elementary; en-US and Yojana Mendoza and Luis Perez-Moreen-US-en-US no, Warfield Elementary.en-US Founded in 1992, the mission of The en-US Library Foundation of Martin County, Inc. en-US is to acquire and administer funds to enrich en-US library services and facilities not met by en-US public funding and to endow the library sysen-US-en-US tem for future generations. In addition to en-US the Young Literary Leaders Awards, the en-US foundation hosts the annual Kiplinger Literen-US -en-US ary Award Luncheon and the A Literary en-US Affair dinner in conjunction with the Book en-US Mania! Festival. en-US For more information, visiten-US www.libraryen-US-en-US foundationmc.org.1en-USYoung Literary Leader awards presenteden-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsfp@hometownnewsol.com en-USCalendaren-USFrom page 7

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en-US 9 en-USEarl Stewart is the owner and general en-US manager of Earl Stewart Toyota in North en-US Palm Beach. The dealership is located at en-US 1215 N. Federal Highway in Lake Park. en-US Contact him at en-USwww.earlstewarttoyota.com, en-US call 561-358-1474, fax 561-658-0746 or en-US emailen-US earl@estoyota.com.en-USIen-USmagine for a minute that you and your en-US family are on the expressway on a en-US Sunday afternoon, driving to your en-US favorite vacation spot. All of a sudden, your en-US red check-engine light comes on! What are en-US you supposed to do? You are hundreds of en-US miles away from home and it is very en-US unlikely that you will find dealers service en-US departments for your make of car open on en-US Sunday. Should you keep on driving? Your en-US only alternative under these conditions is to en-US try and find a motel for the night and find a en-US dealer the next morning.en-US Unfortunately, the answer is that you en-US should not continue to drive the vehicle any en-US further than you absolutely have to. The en-US problem that caused the check engine light en-US could be any one of hundreds. Potentially, it en-US could be a very serious problem that could en-US be made more serious (and more expenen-US -en-US sive) by driving the car. It could also be en-US something so inconsequential as you failed en-US to twist the gas cap tightly enough the last en-US time you filled the tank. I have never en-US completely understood why car manufacen-US -en-US turers dont enhance the warning system to en-US differentiate between small problems that en-US can wait and those that could be catastrophen-US -en-US ic. What a shame it would be to ruin a en-US familys vacation because they failed to en-US screw down their gas cap tightly or some en-US other minor problem that could have en-US waited weeks to address! My guess is that en-US the reason manufacturers do not enhance en-US their check engine light computer system is en-US simply because of the increased cost. Ill bet en-US that the cost of a motel overnight would be en-US a lot more than the manufacturer would en-US have had to spend to make the stay en-US unnecessary.en-US The vast majority of the time the check en-US engine light comes on, it is not serious en-US enough to rush to your dealer. The problem en-US is that you cant say for sure if this is one of en-US those times. In fact, the service advisors in en-US many dealerships are so used to check en-US engine lights coming on for minor proben-US -en-US lems like loose gas caps that they often en-US mistakenly advise customers not to worry en-US about it and to bring the car in when you en-US get a chance. This works 90 percent of the en-US time, but that 10 percent when it is serious en-US can be very expensive. In fact, if the car is en-US under warranty and you continue to drive en-US the car when the check engine light comes en-US on, you could void your warranty. If your en-US check engine light comes on, pull over to a en-US safe place and check to be sure your gas cap en-US is screwed on tightly. That is the problem en-US more than half of the time. If that doesnt en-US make the light go out, bring the en-US car to your dealer ASAP.en-US e dealer has a diagnostic en-US machine, called a scan tool en-US which deciphers the trouble en-US codes stored in your cars en-US computer. is code doesnt en-US necessarily tell the technician en-US exactly what the problem is. en-US Usually it just indicates an area en-US of concern. He must do further en-US diagnostic tests to determine the en-US exact problem. Oen there are more than en-US one problem and symptom. Sometimes a en-US problem will cause the check engine light en-US to go on and then the problem goes away. en-US If the problem does not reoccur during en-US a certain number of times that you start en-US the engine, the trouble code is removed en-US from memory. Most of the reasons your en-US check engine light will come on are en-US environmentally related. If our cars did not en-US have to meet such tight emission standards, en-US you would practically never have a check en-US engine light go on. is is one of the prices en-US we are paying for clean air.en-US All too oen, the check engine light will en-US come back on right aer you have had en-US your car worked on for that very reason. en-US Many people immediately assume that en-US the dealer did not x the car right the en-US rst time and charged them for work that en-US wasnt necessary. is can be the case if the en-US dealers technician was careless or wasnt en-US properly trained. But, not infrequently, the en-US technician can do everything right and the en-US light still comes back on aer the repair en-US is made. is is because there are oen en-US multiple problems that contribute to the en-US symptom causing the check engine light to en-US go on. Or, there could be a completely new en-US problem unrelated to the rst. Remember en-US that there are hundreds of reasons that this en-US one red light can come on. It takes a very en-US well trained, conscientious technician to en-US come up with the right x.en-US e best thing you can do is to choose the en-US dealer to whom you trust your car with en-US great care. You do not have to have your en-US car serviced at the dealer from whom you en-US bought your car, but you should use a en-US dealer franchised to service that make of en-US car. Check with the Better Business Bureau, en-US County Oce of Consumer Aairs, and en-US the State Attorney Generals oce on the en-US track record of the service department you en-US choose. Ask friends and neighbors who en-US drive your make of car where they have en-US their car serviced how satised they are. No Dealer FeesDealer fees average about $1,000 in South Florida. Earl Stewart is one of the very few who say "No. Dealer Fees. 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en-US 10 en-USBacteria levels advisory in effecten-USAn advisory is now in effect for the waters near Sandsprit Park, Leighton Park and the en-US Stuart Sandbar. Results from samples taken on Thursday show higher than normal levels of en-US enteric bacteria. The Roosevelt Bridge has been under advisory since May 25.en-US Enteric bacteria inhabit the intestinal tract of humans and animals and their presence in en-US recreational waters is an indication of fecal pollution. The presence of these bacteria may en-US come from storm water runoff, pets, wildlife and human sewage.en-US Potential health risks for those who ingest or come in contact with the water include upset en-US stomach, diarrhea, eye irritation and skin rashes.en-US The advisory will remain in effect until results show consistent readings in the good en-US range. The areas will be tested again on Monday, June 4.en-US The Florida Department of Environmental Protection has been notified of the rise in bacen-US -en-US teria levels for review and follow-up.en-US The Florida Department of Health in Martin County conducts weekly water sampling at en-US four sites along the St. Lucie River including the Roosevelt Bridge, Sandsprit Park, Leighton en-US Park and the Stuart Sandbar.en-US Martin County beach sites are sampled every other week.en-US River and beach water sample results can be viewed at: en-US http://martin.floridahealth.gov/en-US programs-and-services/environmental-health/beach-and-river-sampling/results/index.htmlen-USSummer programs offer something for en-US everyone at Golden Gate Center for Enrichmenten-USHouse of Hopes landmark program, the Golden Gate Center for Enrichment, has a sumen-US -en-US mer schedule of expanded offerings now available to the community at no cost. The new en-US summer programming aims to provide something for everyone with unique educational en-US activities for families and individuals wishing to beat the heat while enhancing their educaen-US -en-US tion, earning potential, financial stability and/or goals for better health.en-US In operation for less than a year, The Center has provided over 1,200 episodes of service en-US to more than 400 participants of all ages. In addition to the normal calendar of programs en-US and services offered year-round such as the computer lab, library services, career coaching, en-US healthandnutrition programs and support groups, The Center is proud to add family activen-US -en-US ities for the summer such as:en-US Book Club for Kids FREE ESTIMATES All Work Guaranteed 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S NO WORRIES!We deliver the best quality and prices to you. Stop in anytime for a FREE Vehicle Inspection! A. Grecos European AutomotiveYour Automotive Dealer Alternative!1410 SE Ocean Boulevard in Stuart772-283-2227 www.agrecoautomotive.com G AETANO S B EAUTY S ALONHair Styling Extensions Coloring Corrective Coloring MassageIf your hair is not becoming to you, you should be coming to us!!! Winner of many National and International Awards.772-323-082911033 S. Ocean Drive Jensen Beach, FL 34957 HOURS: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm Saturday 9am-3pm Sunday Closed en-USMrs. Oscaren-USRemember the 1989 en-US classic movie Driven-US -en-US ing Miss Daisy with en-US Morgan Freeman en-US and Jessica Tandy? en-US Well theres a en-US remake due out en-US soon, and the critics en-US are raving! Says Roten-US-en-US ten Tuna Fish critic en-US K. Nein Barker, Mrs. en-US Oscar is a senior pet; en-US and her adoption fee en-US has been sponsored en-US by a generous donor! en-US She is a MUST SEE! en-US Mrs. Oscar is a well to do, elderly, 17 year old feline who loves to en-US walk on a leash and is determined to maintain her indepenen-US dence.   However, when she is brought to the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast, she is not happy with this new arrangement.   en-USWhile at the shelter, she meets cat room volunteer Jonathan and en-US their relationship gets off to a hissy start, but they gradually form a en-US unique and close friendship, one that transcends species barriers en-US and social conventions. Two Paws Up for Walking Mrs. Oscar.   en-USFor more information on Mrs. Oscar and her co-stars, visit en-UShstc1.en-US org.en-USLooking for a home Community notes en-USSeeen-US en-US NOTESen-US, page 11

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en-US 11 en-US Free Movie Night seriesen-US Hands-on Gardening for Healthy Famien-US -en-US lies workshopsen-US 2018 Summer Reading Programen-US Seniors are invited to register for new en-US classes including:en-US Medicare Savings Program and Extra en-US Help in Floridaen-US Preventing Fallsen-US Positive Thinking: When Life Gives You en-US Lemonsen-US Battling the Aging Brainen-US Opportunities for teens and adults en-US include:en-US Ask a Nurse womens health screenings en-US and consultationsen-US We Know Money financial literacy en-US workshopsen-US English for Speakers of Other Languagesen-US Various health screenings, immunizaen-US -en-US tions and consultationsen-US Support groups such as smoking cessaen-US -en-US tion, mens LGBTQ, and sexual abuse survien-US -en-US vorsen-US To view the calendar of offerings and regisen-US -en-US ter for programs, visiten-US GoldenGateCenteren-US -en-US MC.org en-US or contact Kasey Jacobs, Golden en-US Gate Center for Enrichment site coordinator en-US at (772) 286-4673, Ext. 1600.en-US vice times rather than simply adding addien-US -en-US tional employees per vehicle, such as en-US sending an ambulance instead of a fire truck en-US to less dire emergencies. Even though the en-US Department would initially pay for the new en-US hires with Staffing For Adequate Fire & Resen-US -en-US cue federal grant funding, he worried about en-US the financial impact to the county once the en-US funding ended in three years. en-US So now were going to have three [staff en-US per vehicle], and why dont we have five? Ill en-US say that because I dont know actually en-US whats going to happen in a few years when en-US the full brunt of what were doing will hit en-US us.en-US Chief Schobel explained that he had en-US already added an ambulance to the Kanner en-US Highway station to better serve the increasen-US-en-US ing 911 calls in the northern part of the en-US county but wanted to avoid the mistakes en-US made by other departments of prioritizing en-US emergency calls due to short staffing. en-US When we look at putting paramedics in en-US the dispatch center to prioritize, you still en-US end up with call stacking, and that exposes en-US the county to great liability. he said. They en-US cant reach out and diagnose that person on en-US the other end, so the best thing to do is to en-US get a unit there as quickly as possible, even if en-US it is a fire engine with a paramedic on it, and en-US to determine whether that ambulance is en-US needed or not.en-US By the end of the discussion, Commisen-US -en-US sioner Fielding had decided to support the en-US request, while Commissioner Sarah Heard en-US continued her opposition, casting the lone en-US dissenting vote on the grant proposal. The en-US latter compared the growth of the Fire-Resen-US -en-US cue Department by 41 new staff since 2008 en-US and the Sheriffs Office reduction of 23 en-US positions during the same time period.en-US Now youre proposing to add probably en-US $2.5 million a year with personnel costs plus en-US capital equipment, plus new ambulances, so en-US we absolutely cannot afford these kinds of en-US increases, she said. We cannot add on, on en-US top of the $5.3 million that weve added on en-US in the last 10 years, another $2.5 million en-US every year. You know that grant is real helpen-US -en-US ful for the first year, somewhat helpful the en-US second year, and by the third year its on the en-US backs of the taxpayers of Martin County en-US again. en-US For his part, Commission Chairman Ed en-US Ciampi disputed Commissioner Heards en-US comment that the county had too many en-US unmet needs to dedicate so much funding en-US to just one single department. en-US The concept of comparing Sheriffs depen-US -en-US uties to Martin County Fire Rescue paraen-US-en-US medics I dont see it being comparable at en-US all, he said. They have a whole different en-US model, their requirements are different and en-US their training is different, I think that every en-US reasonable thinking person would say that if en-US you were going to allocate a limited amount en-US of money, first and foremost it would go to en-US benefit people in terms of lifesaving. en-US Commissioner Doug Smith asked Fire en-US Rescue Administrator Matt Resch about the en-US effectiveness of the SAFER grant approved en-US by the county several years ago to hire new en-US employees to stem the multimillion-dollar en-US tide of soaring overtime costs. en-US For the three years leading up to the en-US SAFER grant, we were averaging about en-US $2.75 million, not including personnel en-US fringe benefits, which would bring it up to en-US about $3.5 million, Mr. Resch responded. en-US There was a process to get the hiring in en-US place, to get the EMTs [emergency medical en-US technicians] trained to the medic levels, and en-US we saw a decline to a low of $179,000 in FY en-US 12.en-US Commissioner Smith then made the en-US motion to accept staff recommendation to en-US approve the latest Fire-Rescue Department en-US grant request. en-US Apparently weve run into another en-UScrunch time relative to our staffing and relaen-US-en-US tive to the call load, and its time to catch up en-US again, he said. I think the first grant was en-US incredibly effective. Im glad its still availen-US -en-US able, and I think it gives us an opportunity en-US to catch up and get us to where we need to en-US be. en-US In response to further questioning by en-US Chairman Ciampi about the Departments en-US true staffing needs, Chief Schobel admitted en-US his request for 24 new employees was really en-US a stop-gap measure and emphasized the en-US need would be even greater if call volumes en-US continue to rise as they have in recent years.en-US Looking at call trends over the next three en-US to five years and if we end up in that 35,000 en-US call range and stay trending upward about 7 en-US percent per year youre looking upwards en-US of 70 [new] personnel by year five.en-US Chairman Ciampi reminded his fellow en-US commissioners that the earlier SAFER grant en-US request was made in the height of the recesen-US -en-US sion, while the latest request is being made en-US during a much stronger economy. en-US I agree with you chief, I think its reasonen-US -en-US able and what I believe residents expect to en-US be job number one, he said. As long as Im en-US sitting up here, I plan on pursuing the addien-US -en-US tional fire stations and the rebuilding of fire en-US stations. If you need equipment and personen-US -en-US nel, you can count on me to advocate en-US strongly among my colleagues. www.dansfancity.com CUT OUT THIS AD FORIN-STORE DISCOUNTS PARTS, SERVICE & INSTALLATION AVAILABLE M-Sat 9a-6p Sun 11a-4p LARGEST SELECTION OF INDOOR & OUTDOOR FANS ANYWHERE! 7 7 2335-8625 10762 S. US Hwy 1, Port St. Lucie FREE ESTIMATES!!! Repair Specialists Metal Roof Experts Fast Free Roofing Inspections & Estimates 772-208-3697GOT LEAKS? MISSING SHINGLES?INSURANCE RESTORATION SPECIALISTS WE CAN HELP CALL NOW FOR 10% OFF FREE IN HOME ESTIMATEInsured & Licensed #CGC1507642 Custom Pool Enclosures Screen Porches Front-Entry Ways Garage Screen Doors Seamless Rain GuttersScreen Enclosures & More!Let the Sun Shine in. 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en-US 12 en-USWen-USireless printers seem to be all the en-US rage these days and why not? en-US The convenience of being able to en-US place your printer anywhere in the room, en-US even in another room altogether and still be en-US able to print, makes them very appealing en-US indeed. And with just about everyone en-US equipped with a wireless router today, en-US picking a printer that is WiFi enabled en-US makes sense. To top it off, the technology en-US has gotten so common that it can be hard to en-US find a printer that is not wireless capable. en-US But what about the pitfalls? What are en-US some of the Gotchas! that you need to en-US keep in mind when considering a wireless en-US printer? en-US On the surface wireless printing looks en-US like a great idea but, like most things en-US computer related, it comes with a price; in en-US this case, the price is a combination of en-US reliability and complexity. en-US I say reliability because wireless printers en-US are notorious for dropping off line for no en-US apparent reason. Usually right when en-US something important needs to be printed, en-US like an airline boarding pass or court en-US document, you go to print and nothing. en-US Worked fine yesterday but today, not so en-US much. en-US Now I know that some of you are reading en-US this and thinking what? Ive been using a en-US wireless printer for years and have never en-US had a problem! and to you I say Great en-US job! but keep in mind, people dont call me en-US when its working, they call me when it en-US stops and I hear it from different people all en-US the time. And its typically the same story en-US every time wireless printer, working fine en-US yesterday, something really important en-US needs to be printed today and now, en-US nothing Or a message pops up telling you en-US the computer cant communicate with the en-US printer but it doesnt matter, the end result en-US is the same nothing comes out of the en-US printer. Thats when I get the call. en-US I mentioned complexity as being the en-US second trade off and heres where that en-US comes in. When you connect a printer to en-US your computer with a wire (a USB printer en-US cable with one end plugged into the back of en-US the printer and the other end plugged into a en-US USB port on the computer) thats often all en-US there is to it. Unless something goes wrong, en-US your computer should automatically detect en-US the printer and set it up, most often without en-US having to click a thing. en-US On the other hand, when you set up a en-US wireless printer, you have all the added en-US complexity of having to connect the printer en-US to your WiFi router first and that, dependen-US -en-US ing on the make and model of the printer, en-US can involve anything from having to type in en-US your wifi password on a little control panel en-US on the front of the printer to needing to en-US plug the printer into the computer with a en-US printer cable anyway and then use the en-US computer to program the en-US printer for wifi access. en-US Then you have to go to en-US the computer and try to en-US find and connect to the en-US printer over the network. en-US And when it does go en-US offline for no apparent en-US reason, you may find en-US yourself reconnecting it en-US to your WiFi router all en-US over again. en-US There are so many en-US things that can knock a en-US wireless device off line I en-US couldnt possibly list them en-US all here. Some of the en-US more common reasons en-US are power fluctuations en-US that cause the equipment en-US to restart, some cordless en-US phones can cause a sort of en-US jamming that can cause en-US a printer to drop off line and even microen-US -en-US wave interference can suddenly cause a en-US device to drop offline.en-US The cause doesnt really matter the point en-US that Im trying to make is that the wireless en-US connection is way more fragile and easily en-US broken than the traditional printer cable en-US jammed into the back of the computer. Sure en-US there are times when a wired printer drops en-US off line but when that happens, resetting the en-US device usually just means unplugging it and en-US plugging it back in. With a wireless device, en-US you often find yourself back at square one en-US trying to re join the printer to the wireless en-US network. en-US I have a rule of thumb when it comes to en-US printers; Even if the printer is capable of en-US running wirelessly, if its going to be in the en-US same room as the computer, save yourself a en-US headache in the future and just connect to en-US the printer with a cable. After all, theres no en-US rule that says you have to use a wireless en-US printer wirelessly they all have a place for en-US a cable. en-US Sean McCarthy fixes computers. He can be en-US reached at 888-752-9049 or en-US help@Compuen-US -en-US teThisOnline.com en-US (no hyphens). The perfect gift for a fun evening with friends See all available gift certificates at:www.HometownNewsMC.com Gift Certificates50% OFFSave BIG On Local Favorites Your local news and information source We can help you grow as a business and a reader! We invite you to call for your FREE subscription or FREE consultation. 78,450 delivered weekly. Stuart Jensen Beach Palm City Hobe Sound Port St Lucie St Lucie West Tradition Fort Pierce The Beaches Lakewood Park Vero Beach Wabasso Beachside Sebastian Grant Valkaria Micco Fellsmere772.465.5656 hometownnewsMC.com hometownnewsSLC hometownnewsIRC Whats inside: Covering: In Print, Online & Mobile Hyper Local Content Health News Sports Briefs Dining & Entertainment Horoscopes Out & About The Club Scene Art Notes School News Religion News Obituaries Police Report Rants & Raves Community Notes Columnists: James Stammer / Golf Joe Zelenack / Garden Sean McCarthy / Compute This Earl Stewart / Earl on Cars Special Sections: Celebrate Spring Hurricane Survival Guide Readers Choice In Season Holiday Gift Guide The Perfect Blendto start your morning The pitfalls of wireless printing COMPUTE THIS en-USSEAN MCCARTHY

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en-GBFRIDAY, JUNE 8 FRIDAY, JULY 27en-GB en-GB Martin Artisans Guild Summer Salon en-GB exhibition:en-GB Opening reception is Friday, June en-GB 8 from 5:30-7 p.m. Exhibit features art works en-GB by members of the Martin Artisans Guild, 80 en-GB E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart. en-GB Call (772) 287-6676 en-GB or visit en-GB www.martinarts.org.en-USFRIDAY, JUNE 8 SUNDAY, JUNE 10en-US en-US Treasure Coast Lionfish Safari:en-US The en-US sixth annual Lionfish Safari is a family-en-US friendly opportunity to learn more about the en-US invasive lionfish that are taking over our en-US coastal waters. Kid's art day on Saturday. en-US Bands, vendors and food booths will be en-US present in Veterans Memorial Park (600 N. en-US Indian River Drive, Fort Pierce) throughout en-US the weekend, and the scientific community en-US will be on site taking measurements and en-US samples so we can learn more about how to en-US stop this predator from eating all of our en-US native fish species. Bring lawn chairs. en-US Saturday events run from 12-7 p.m., with en-US lionfish tastings, exhibits, a community art en-US project, more. Team registration is $125 en-US (four divers per team); individual registration en-US is $40. Divers can participate in the en-US competition for biggest, smallest, and most en-US lionfish removed from the water over the en-US weekend, and cash prizes up to $3,000 will en-US be awarded. Captain's meeting and kickoff en-US party at Sailfish Brewery on Friday night. en-USFor en-US more information and the rules, visit en-US www.en-US treasurecoastlionfishsafari.com/index.php/en-US rules-registration-sponsorship-forms/en-USSATURDAY, JUNE 9en-GB en-GB Kill the Lights!:en-GB 2-3:30 p.m., Community en-GB Room, Elisabeth Lahti Library, 15200 S.W. en-GB Adams Ave., Indiantown. Teens are invited to en-GB learn about the art of light painting. Express en-GB yourself with a new type of photography that en-GB turns flashlights into paint brushes. Pizza en-GB and drinks will be provided. en-GB For more en-GB information, call (772) 597-4200 or email en-GB indian@martin.fl.usen-GB en-GB Club Scrub Endless Summer River en-GB Paddle:en-GB Launch from the Jonathan Dickinson en-GB State Park River Area Swim Beach, paddle en-GB down the Loxahatchee River to floating en-GB refreshment stops, relax a bit then paddle en-GB the rest of the way to the Rocking Jupiter en-GB Sandbar Party. After a few hours of food, en-GB drinks, live music and fun, paddle back to en-GB JDSP with the current. Open to all paddlers, en-GB kayaks, paddleboards, canoes, and dragon Caf Roosevelt 763 N. Federal Hwy., Stuart, FL 34994Breakfast Lunch Eat-in Take-out Catering Pancakes Omelettes Crepes BUY ONE ENTREE GET ONE 50% OFF Its All Good!!Hours Tuesday Sunday 7AM until 2PM772-692-6983 Wraps Burgers SoupSUNDAY BRUNCHwith purchase of a beverage Expires 6-30-18 LIVE MUSIC Mike Lee Thurs., June 14 Harold Seay Fri., June 15 David Goodman Sat., June 16Hours: Sun.-Thurs. 11-9 PM Fri. & Sat. 11-10 PM Closed Major Holidays Taking Father's Day reservations of 6 or more FREEHUSH PUPPY APPETIZERMinumum Purchase of $25At Fresh Catch Seafood Grill. Not to be combined w/other discounts. Dine in only. One coupon per table. Exp. 7-27-18 $5 OFF LUNCHMinumum Purchase of $25At Fresh Catch Seafood Grill. Not to be combined w/other discounts. Dine in 11am-3pm. One coupon per table. Exp. 7-27-18 en-USARIES March 21/April 20en-USAries, when everything is going your way, you en-US are absolutely glowing. But if things dont en-US come naturally to you, frustration may set in. en-US Find a balance between the two.en-USTAURUS April 21/May 21en-USTaurus, planning stages are over and now en-US youre about to turn your goals into reality. en-US Just be sure to adapt to the changing environen-US -en-US ment as things unfold.en-USGEMINI May 22/June 21en-USGemini, you might be seeking ways to help en-US others in need, but you do not have patience en-US when things take longer than expected. Stick en-US to the plan and see it through.en-USCANCER June 22/July 22en-USCancer, it is important to support others en-US goals and the steps they take to achieve en-US them, even if you do not necessarily agree en-US with their formula for success.en-USLEO July 23/Aug. 23en-USHappiness has less to do with what is happenen-US -en-US ing in the world and more with your own peren-US -en-US ceptions, Leo. Keep this in mind as you move en-US forward in life.en-USHoroscopesen-USFurry Friends to host familyand en-US dog-friendly event en-USPALM CITY Furry Friends Adoption, en-US Clinic & Ranch, the Humane Society of en-US Jupiter/Tequesta, invites the community to en-US `saddle up and come on out to its Palm en-US City ranch for a rootin `tootin day of famen-US -en-US ily fun and the chance to learn about its lifeen-US -en-US saving mission to shelter and save animals. en-US The event will be held on the newly en-US rescheduled date with new times, `Ranch en-US Round up, will take place 10 a.m. 3 p.m. en-US on Saturday, June 9, at the Furry Friends en-US Ranch, 4841 SW Zarrella St., in Palm City. en-US Admission is free; food vendors will be en-US on-hand to serve up a country-style BBQ of en-US pulled-pork, hamburgers, hotdogs, mac-n-en-US cheese, and cornbread with all the fixins. en-US Refreshing adult beverages and drinks that en-US appeal to kids will also be available for puren-US -en-US chase, at the `watering hole. Well-behaved en-US dogs, leashed-only, accompanied by their en-US two-legged family members, are invited to Out en-GB en-GB&en-GB en-GBabout en-USSeeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 14en-US Seeen-US en-US SCOPESen-US, page 15 Dining en-US&en-US Entertainmenten-USFRIDAY, JUNE 8, 2018 en-US MARTIN COUNTYen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSMC.COM PAGE 13en-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsfp@hometownnewsol.comen-USSeeen-US en-US FURRYen-US page 14

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en-US 14 en-USjoin in on the days fun. en-US Two country/pop artists headlining the days live music en-US line-up are The Andrew Morris Band who will take the stage en-US at 11 a.m., and the Tom Jackson Band, set to perform at 1 p.m.en-US Throughout the day, a variety of family-friendly activities en-US are planned to entertain. Hay rides, a petting zoo, photos with en-US `Woody and Jessie, line dancing, a royal (doggie) wedding en-US 12:30 p.m., and a `Dog-fun Zone, are among the festive offeren-US -en-US ings. The royal doggie wedding will feature Daisy, an Amerien-US -en-US can Shelter Mix and Oskar, an English Bulldog (mascot of en-US South Fork High School) to take `bows, in honor of Royals en-US ceremony.en-US Pat Deshong, President and CEO of Furry Friends planned en-US the event at the ranch to shed light on the important role of en-US the not-for-profits Furry Friends Ranch and the need for en-US ongoing financial support from the community. en-US Many people dont know that our ranch exists, said en-US Deshong, of the beautiful, 27-acre property. The ranch is the en-US first-stop for the hundreds of loving animals that come into en-US our care each year. Its where they are welcomed, examined, en-US receive medical treatment and accessed. en-US A full-time staff member lives on the property to provide en-US loving care and rehabilitative services to the animals. Some en-US animals stay a short time at the ranch, and for others, it is en-US their forever, nurturing home.en-US Every animal deserves the right to live out the life they en-US were born to live, added Deshong. en-US To learn more about Furry Friends Adoption, Clinic & en-US Ranch, please visit en-USwww.furryfriendsadoption.org, en-US or call en-US 561.747.5311, ext. 1. Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers! A I F2571 SE Ocean Blvd Cedar Pointe Plaza Stuart Next to Dollar General772-781-2400 Summer Specials Buy One Get One FreeSeafood Veal Chicken Pastas Variety of Vegetarian Dishes All dinners served with garlic bread and soup or salad Prices from $14.95 and up Cannot be combined with other specials Must Bring ad. Expires 6-30-18 Mon-Fri 11 am til 9pm Sat-Sun 2pm til 9 pm LUNCHES starting at $5.95Cuisine Come to the Treasure Coasts Premier Resort For Outstanding Cuisine, Relaxation, Fun & Live Entertainment Join us for BreakfastSaturday & Sunday 8:00am to 11:00am$6 Happy Hour Menu3-6pm every daypcrm.net Lunch & Dinner Daily Waterfront Dining Tiki Bar with Live Music Waterfront Hotel Rooms Breakfast On The Water772-287-25004307 SE Bayview St, StuartCall to make your Fathers Day reservations today! CONCERTS IN THE POCKET EVERY WEDNESDAY STARTING AT 7:00 PM AT THE TIKI BAR Furry en-USFrom page 13en-USThe brain requires a health, nutrition and en-US fitness regimen just like the rest of the body en-US to maintain optimal wellbeing. Jump start en-US or assess your own brain health routine at en-US the inaugural Brain Olympics held Saturday, en-US June 16 at the Kane Center in Stuart.en-US In honor of Alzheimers and Brain Awareen-US -en-US ness Month, a group of South Floridas leaden-US -en-US ing brain health experts have teamed up to en-US offer a half-day program of education, exeren-US -en-US cise and mental agility competition. en-US Brain Olympics is not only about educaen-US -en-US tion, its also about fun with a touch of en-US friendly competition. Participants can enter en-US the Brain Olympics Chess Tournament, en-US learn the mind and body enhancing benefits en-US of tai chi practice, compete in a Trivia Chalen-US -en-US lenge, and play of variety of brain games. en-US Prizes and giveaways will be announced en-US throughout the day. Chess players can regisen-US -en-US ter for the tournament by calling (772) 223-en-US 7843.en-US Featured speakers are Dr. Arif Dalvi, neuen-US -en-US rologist from Palm Beach Neuroscience en-US Institute; Dr. Mark Brody, founder and neuen-US-en-US rologist from Brain Matters Research; Dr. en-US Corinne Lasmezas, professor at Scripps en-US Institute; and Donna True, LCSW from the en-US Alzheimers Association. Topics include tips en-US for maintaining a healthy brain to reduce en-US the risk of dementia, understanding the en-US causes of Alzheimers disease, recent breaken-US-en-US throughs in clinical trials, and much more.en-US The goal of the Brain Olympics is to not en-US only showcase the importance of brain en-US health, but also demonstrate how easy and en-US fun it can be to integrate simple brain fitness en-US techniques into your everyday life, said en-US Crystal Collier, Director of Adult Day en-US Health Services at the Kane Center. Its en-US imperative to our overall health and longeven-US -en-US ity that we all make the conscious decision en-US to take good care of our brains.en-US Brain Olympics is for anyone interested in en-US maintaining their overall optimal health en-US and wellbeing. The event runs from 10 a.m. en-US to 2 p.m. Admission is free and includes a en-US light lunch. Respite care will not be providen-US-en-US ed. en-US For more information or to register, call en-US the Kane Center at 772-223-7800 or visit en-US kanecenter.org.en en-USCelebrate brain health, fitness at Kane en-US Centers Brain Olympicsen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsfp@hometownnewsol.com en-GBboats. See manatees, fish, birds and other wildlife and en-GB explore mangrove islands and estuaries along the way, en-GB plus help collect trash to leave the river cleaner, too. en-GB Registration opened April 15. Club Scrub members are en-GB $40 after May 25; non-members are $45 after May en-GB 25. Registration fees include park entry, the sandbar en-GB party with lunch and beer, refreshment stops, and en-GB paddle support (boats and guides). en-GB Register and find en-GB more information about equipment rental at en-GB www.en-GB clubscrub.orgen-USOuten-USFrom page 13 en-USSeeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 15

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en-US 15 en-USVIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22en-USVirgo, challenges at work may be tiring you out. en-US People may seem like they are all over the map en-US instead of working together. Try to get everyone en-US going in the same direction.en-USLIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23en-USAvoid going too far off in your own direction this en-US week, Libra. Before making any rash decisions, en-US take some time to ask questions and get answers.en-USSCORPIO Oct. 24/Nov. 22en-USScorpio, if something doesnt initially work to your en-US liking, dont be shy about giving it another go. The en-US challenges ahead will be worth it when you ultien-US -en-US mately succeed.en-USSAGITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21en-USYour creativity and emotions are linked this week, en-US Sagittarius. Pour your heart and efforts into a speen-US -en-US cial project that reflects just how you are feeling.en-USCAPRICORN Dec. 22/Jan. 20en-USNothing in a current relationship is unfolding as en-US you had expected, Capricorn. Thats alright. This en-US sense of adventure that keeps you guessing is a en-US welcome change.en-USAQUARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18en-USAquarius, working closely with others is one of en-US your strong points. Disagreements on how to en-US approach different projects can be tricky to navien-US-en-US gate, but youre up to the task.en-USPISCES Feb. 19/March 20en-USPisces, this week there may be little separation en-US between your career and personal life. If that en-US works for you, forget the naysayers. HIGH EFFICIENCY A/C UNITONLY $29992 Ton A/C 14 SeerIncludes Installation HIGH EFFICIENCY A/C UNITONLY $34003 Ton A/C 14 SeerIncludes Installation Licensed & Insured Lic# CAC1817027 Includes all permits, materials & labor 1 time duct sanitize treatment free duct seal & inspection 2 years labor & maintenance 1 free digital t-stat install 10 years parts, compressor & coils attic installation extra $300 Call NOW for FREE quote and lock in prices. Expires 06-30-18 4-AMERICA LLCCOOLING & HEATING772-208-9950COURTESY PROFESSIONALISM RESPECT 772-207-4599If you are considering selling contact us for a professional to sit with you first en-USHelp us celebrate one of the Treasure Coasts most popular pastimes by submitting a en-US photo of your most recent catch straight from local waters.en-US Email a photo of you with your fish that is at least 1 MB or 300 dpi in size en-US to news@hometownnewsol.com. en-US Write CATCH OF THE WEEK in the subject line, and in the body of the email, en-US please include the following information:en-US Your nameen-US City you live inen-US Age (if 18 or younger)en-US Type of fishen-US Approximate size of fishen-US Area you caught the fishen-US Phone number in case we have questions (will not be printed)en-USNice Catch! AJ Vlearbone (9) caught en-USa Tarpon during cross-en-US over camp with his en-US Central Florida Space en-US Coast Cub Scouts Pack en-US 520 at Camp Oklawaen-US-en-US ha. en-USTHURSDAY, JUNE 14en-GB en-GB Acoustic Music Jam:en-GB 7-9 p.m., every en-GB Thursday through June 28, Ground Floor en-GB Farm, 100 S.E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., en-GB Stuart. Dust off your banjo, guitar, mandolin, en-GB fiddle, uke, stand up bass, or other acoustic en-GB instrument, and come share your favorite old en-GB time, bluegrass, and celtic tunes. All ages en-GB and abilities welcome. Hosted by en-GB Appalachian and celtic fiddler Fran Lowry. en-GB For more information, call (772) 600-4230 en-GB or email en-GBgroundfloorfarm@gmail.com.en-US en-US Jammin Jensen:en-US 6-9:30 p.m., every en-US Thursday night in downtown Jensen Beach en-US except for Thanksgiving. en-USFor more en-US information, visit en-US www.jensenbeach.biz.en-USFRIDAY, JUNE 15en-US en-US St. Lucie Inlet Preserve Guided Kayak en-US Tour: en-US 9 a.m. departure. St. Lucie Inlet en-US Preserve State Park is a classic Florida en-US barrier island is accessible only by boat. A en-US boardwalk takes visitors across mangrove en-US forests and hammocks of live oaks, cabbage en-US palms, paradise trees, and wild limes to a en-US neatly preserved Atlantic beach. How to get en-US there: meet at Cove Road Park (east end of en-US Cove Road where it meets Intracoastal en-US Waterway). State parks offers a tour with en-USScopesen-USFrom page 13 en-USOuten-USFrom page 14en-US Seeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 16

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en-US 16 en-USkayaks available for rent; bringing your own en-US kayak is welcome. The tour itself is free, but en-US there is a $2 park entrance fee for everyone. en-US For more information, call (772) 219-1880 en-US or visit en-US www.floridastateparks.org/park/en-US st-lucie-inleten-GBFRIDAY, JUNE 15 SATURDAY, JUNE 16en-GB en-GB The Planets:'en-GB Hallstrom Planetarium, en-GB IRSC main campus, 3209 Virginia Ave., en-GB Fort Pierce. In a recorded narration, Kate en-GB Mulgrew (Captain Janeway of 'Star Trek: en-GB Voyager') takes us on a grand tour of the en-GB solar system. Explore the surfaces of Mars, en-GB the perils of the asteroid belt, the cold rings en-GB of stormy gas planets and the features of en-GB other solar systems. Show times are Friday en-GB at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., and Saturday at 1 en-GB p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $5. en-GB For more en-GB information, contact the IRSC box office at en-GB (772) 462-4750 or email en-GB boxoffice@irsc.edu.en-USSATURDAY, JUNE 16en-GB en-GB 'Yes Sir, That's My Broadway:'en-GB A one-en-GB weekend-only, one-man-only tribute to the en-GB songs, stars, shows and stories that made en-GB Broadway the Great White Way! Come on en-GB along and listen to 100 years of musical en-GB masterpieces including "Fascinating en-GB Rhythm," "Singing in the Rain," "Somethings en-GB Coming," "A Lot of Livin to Do," "One," and en-GB "All I Care About is Love." Presented by The en-GB Barn Theatre and Nicky Wood Productions en-GB present this concert, 2400 S.E. Ocean Blvd., en-GB Stuart. Two shows: 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tickets en-GB are $20. en-GBFor tickets, visit or call the box en-GB office at (772) 287-4884 oren-GB www.barn-en-GB theatre.com.en-GBTHROUGH SUNDAY, JUNE 17en-GB en-GB 'Tuesdays with Morrie:' en-GBPresented by en-GB A.C.T. Studio Theatre, Cedar Pointe Plaza, en-GB 2399 S.E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart. A stage en-GB version of the best selling book by Mitch en-GB Alborn, in which an accomplished and en-GB career-driven journalist reunites with his en-GB former college professor, and what starts as en-GB a simple visit turns into a weekly pilgrimage en-GB and a last class in the meaning of life. Shows en-GB are June 2-3, June 8-10, and June 15-17. en-GB Show times are Fridays and Saturdays at 8 en-GB p.m., Sundays at 3 p.m. Reserved seating is en-GB $25. en-GB For tickets and information, call (772) AQUAFINA is a registered trademark of PepsiCo, Inc., 2018 BUBLY and the Bubly Designs are trademarks. & Build-A-Bear Workshop, Inc. Used with permission. All rights reserved. Book Your Getaway Today!GaylordPalms.com/SummerFest | (407) 586-2000Soak up the sunits time to have some fun!Now August 12, 2018 Schools Out for Summer Sing-A-Long, Swamp Witch Escape Room andBuild-A-BearWorkshop Celebrate the Summer Pool Party andSummerFestAtriumLightShow, bothpresentedbybubly Cypress Springs Family Fun Water Park featuring our Big Cypress 60ftwaterslide anddoubleFlowRider Spa specials, surf showsand much more! Enjoy these family fun activities: Are you traveling with golf in mind? en-USWen-USith my writing job, I get to travel en-US quite a bit. I know how expensive en-US golf travel can be. Fortunately, en-US over the years I have learned a few tricks to en-US keep costs down without sacrificing fun. en-US With summer here, I am betting many of en-US us, myself included, will be hitting the en-US highways and airways in search of rest, en-US relaxation, and golf.en-US Probably the best way to save money is to en-US travel with a group. Get as many of your en-US golf buddies to join you on your trip. Larger en-US groups will find that they have leverage en-US when it comes to negotiating lower prices en-US for rooms, food, and golf.en-US If you have hotel or credit card points en-US check to see what benefits they give you. en-US Some credit card companies offer free room en-US upgrades, or discounted greens fees at en-US many resorts. If more than one in your en-US group has a free or discounted night en-US coming at a hotel, you could combine these en-US to get several nights out of your stay for free en-US or greatly reduced.en-US Check with your home club. Many these en-US days are managed by a company that has en-US many courses in its portfolio. See if you get en-US discounted golf at other courses owned or en-US managed by the same company.en-US Ask about unlimited golf packages. Many en-US resorts offer these in off-peak seasons to en-US entice business. There are also packages en-US that include lunch, drinks, and discounted en-US replays.en-US If you really want to avoid the big money en-US greens fees, steer away from the resorts en-US advertised on television or that tout their en-US Home of the Blah Blah Championship en-US layout. While it may be fun to say that you en-US played these courses, you will almost en-US always pay a premium to do so. National en-US advertising is expensive, as is maintaining en-US the course in those fantastic conditions. In en-US the end it all gets passed down to the en-US customer.en-US If you havent played in a while, avoid en-US playing your first round on an expensive, en-US plush course. Take advantage of the en-US municipal courses and use that round to en-US knock off the rust from not picking up a en-US club for so long.en-US While its nice to be prepared and have en-US most everything planned and thought-out, en-US its to your benefit to leave some time open en-US for a last-minute round. Once an empty tee en-US time is gone, it is gone. Many courses offer en-US deep discounts if you call to fill one of those en-US spots at just the right time. There are also en-US several apps that allow you to find tee times en-US at the very last moment and book they on en-US your phone while your buddy drives to the en-US course.en-US Plan your trip for mid-week. Prices on en-US travel, hotels and golf are always higher on en-US the weekends. Besides, it will get you away en-US from the office for a couple extra days.en-US Make sure that en-US everyone is comfortable en-US with everything that is en-US planned. There are times en-US when the guys with the en-US deepest pockets want en-US everyone to eat at a more en-US expensive restaurant, stay en-US at a fancier place, play the en-US more expensive courses. en-US While you dont want to en-US make one person feel en-US unwelcome, you certainly en-US dont want to let one en-US person have all the say.en-US Next to golf, food can en-US be the most expensive part en-US of your trip. Look for accommodations that en-US have a kitchen which allows you to cook en-US meals. Find coupons for discounted meals en-US or even visit restaurants websites and sign en-US up with their emails to get discounts for en-US your first visit.en-US Look for courses that offer walking. You en-US may not want to walk in the summer heat en-US of the south, but walking a course in a more en-US temperate climate is not only good for your en-US wallet, but for your health as well.en-US Consider playing in the afternoon. Rates en-US are cheaper in the afternoon and you can en-US shop around for those last-minute deals I en-US talked about earlier. Additionally, it allows en-US you to sleep in. Its easy to get worn out on a en-US golf trip. Late nights playing poker with the en-US gang, or just hanging out late, coupled with en-US early tee times will quickly run you down.en-US If you have a group that is spread all over en-US the country or across several states, you en-US could consider rotating between staying at en-US one members home one trip and then en-US another the next and so on. Youd all save en-US on accommodations, and could put that en-US savings toward better courses or a feast on en-US your final night. Just remember to show en-US your appreciation to the host and be as en-US accommodating when it becomes your en-US turn.en-US These are just a few things that I have en-US learned over the years. Please, share yours en-US with me and Ill pass along the good word. en-US Happy travels!en-US James Stammer has been an avid golfer en-US and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years. He en-US hosts the Thursday Night Golf Show on en-US WSTU 1450-AM. Contact him at en-US stammeren-US -en-US golf@yahoo.com. GOLF en-USJAMES STAMMER Out en-USFrom page 15 en-USSeeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 17

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en-US 17 en-GB932-8880 or visit en-GB actstudiotheatre.com.en-GBSUNDAY, JUNE 17en-US en-US HSTC Sips for Seniors:en-US 1-3 p.m., The en-US Crafted Keg, 555 S. Colorado Ave., Stuart. en-US Monthly Yappy Hour with craft beers, mobile en-US dog adoptions and furry fun. For every pint en-US sold in this time, Crafted Keg will donate $1 en-US to HSTC to support the Senior Adoption en-US Program. Dogs welcome if vaccinated & on a en-US leash, accompanied by owner, and if the dog en-US is well-socialized. en-USFor more information, call en-US (772) 600-8218.en-GB en-GB USA Dance local chapter:en-GB Ballroom, en-GB Latin and Swing dancing at the Jensen en-GB Beach Ballroom, 881 N.E. Jensen Beach en-GB Blvd., Jensen Beach, from 3-6 p.m., third en-GB Sunday every month. Open to the public. en-GB Admission is $11. en-GB For updates, visit en-GB www.en-GB usadancemartin-stlucie.org, en-GB search on en-GB Facebook for "USA Dance #6047-Martin-St. en-GB Lucie," or email en-GB usad6047info@gmail.comen-USMONDAY, JUNE 18en-GB en-GB Library Lecture:en-GB Learn about growing en-GB avocados in south Florida with Alex Salazar, en-GB owner of Tropical Acres Farms in West Palm en-GB Beach. 6-7 p.m., Armstrong Wing at the en-GB Blake Library, en-GB2351 S.E. Monterey Road, en-GB Stuart.en-GB Lecture series on a variety of en-GB horticultural topics from the UF/IFAS en-GB Extension Florida Master Gardeners of en-GB Martin County, in partnership with the Martin en-GB County Library System. Doors open at 5:30 en-GB p.m. en-GB For more information, call (772) 288-en-GB 5654 or visit en-GB http://sfyl.ifas.ufl.edu/martin/ CHAMPION CLUB SPECIALStuart, Florida plus tax BRING THIS COUPON FOR FREE LUNCH 8AM-2PMplus tax MILES GRANT COUNTRY CLUBBeautiful Challenging 18 Hole Par 64 Course Winter Memberships Available5101 SE Miles Grand Rd., StuartOff Cove Road next to the Intracoastal WaterwayCall 772-286-2220 #1 Visit us at milesgrantcc.com The MGCC Summer Program Now through Oct. 30 $ 15 inclusive to join $ 23 for 18 holes & $ 20 after 12pm Golf & Dining Membership onlySocial Privileges available for $50 Players are invited to join the MGA & WGA LeaguesGroups WelcomeApplications are available in the Pro Shop Be a Member for a day $20 inclusive 18 holes of Golf Saturday Special thru July $18 for 18 holes inclusive All Players Welcome! Tee times required 772-286-2220 ext. 1 Closed Mondays June 17th Celebrate Dad this Fathers Day! Happy Fathers Day From Dads Are Special Too! Happy Fathers Day From Dads Are Special Too! Out en-USFrom page 16en-US Seeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 18

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en-US 18 2500 Virginia Ave., Fort Pierce, FL 34981 (772) 460-2220 1301 S.E. Port St. Lucie Blvd., Port St. Lucie, FL 34952 (772) 398-1388 4000 20th St., Vero Beach, FL 32960 (772) 770-0090 715 Colorado Ave., Stuart, FL 34994 (772) 287-1300 Florida Based. Florida Focused. Offers expire June 29, 2018. Programs, rates, terms and conditions are subject to change without notice and maybe withdrawn at any time. Deposit must be new funds. Existing balances or transfers from existing accounts do not qualify for this promotion. Florida residents only. Promotion excludes Business and Public Funds CDs. Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is accurate as of date of publication. Early withdrawal penalty applies; fees may reduce earnings. 1. CD minimum opening deposit of $10,000 will earn 2.25% APY. Advertised rate is applicable to initial 15-month term only. CD will automatically renew to a standard 15-month CD term at the current rate and APY available at that time. 2. CD minimum opening deposit of $10,000 will earn 2.40% APY. Advertised rate is applicable to initial 25-month term only. CD will automatically renew to a standard 25-month CD term at the current rate and APY available at that time. BauerFinancial is a registered trademark. 7060 0518 rf ntr b To learn more, call 1.877.378.4297, stop by your local FCB banking center or visit FloridaCommunityBank.com. At Florida Community Bank better banking means great rates, convenient locations and personalized service where bankers greet you by name. Now with 50 banking centers across the state, great banking is always around the corner. FCB welcomes Floridian Community Bank and its customers to our growing network. rPromotional Rate Minimum Deposit $10,000 of New FundsfPromotional Rate Minimum Deposit $10,000 of New Fundsrf THURSDAY, JUNE 21 en-GB en-GB Discover Science @ Your Library:en-GB 2:30-en-GB 3:30 p.m. Featuring a presentation from the en-GB Hobe Sound Nature Center, in the Anderson en-GB Community Room, Morgade Library, 5851 SE en-GB Community Drive, Stuart. This program is en-GB designed for children ages 5-12. en-GB For more en-GB information, contact library staff at (772) en-GB 463-3245 or en-GB Mid_cty@martin.fl.usen-US en-US Bingo Italian Night:en-US St. Lukes Episcoen-US-en-US pal Church, 5150 S.E. Railway Avenue, Cove en-US Road at Old Dixie Highway, Port Salerno. en-US Doors open at 5 p.m.; dinner is at 5:30 p.m.; en-US bingo begins at 6:30 p.m. Cost of $10 en-US includes a bingo card and a pasta dinner en-US with salad and dessert. Beer and wine will be en-US available for a donation along with the en-US purchase of additional cards and specials. en-US For more information, call (772) 286-5455 en-US or go to en-UShttp://stlukesfl.org/en-US en-US Pre-FanFest Cosplay Night:en-US 6-7:30 en-US p.m., Blake Library Exploration Lab, en-GB 2351 en-GB S.E. Monterey Road, Stuart.en-GB For teens. en-US Members of the Treasure Coast Cosplayers en-US will be on hand to answer questions and en-US offer advice and assistance with all things en-US cosplay. Bring your ideas and anything you're en-US working on. A sewing machine and limited en-US supplies will be available. Get ready for en-US FanFest 2018, on July 12. Registration en-US required. en-US For more information, call (772) en-US 288-5702 or email en-US Library@martin.fl.usen-GB en-GB Acoustic Music Jam:en-GB 7-9 p.m., every en-GB Thursday through June 28, Ground Floor en-GB Farm, 100 S.E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., en-GB Stuart. Dust off your banjo, guitar, mandolin, en-GB fiddle, uke, stand up bass, or other acoustic en-GB instrument, and come share your favorite old en-GB time, bluegrass, and celtic tunes. All ages en-GB and abilities welcome. Hosted by en-GB Appalachian and celtic fiddler Fran Lowry. en-GB For more information, call (772) 600-4230 en-GB or email en-GBgroundfloorfarm@gmail.com.en-US en-US Jammin Jensen:en-US 6-9:30 p.m., every en-US Thursday night in downtown Jensen Beach en-US except for Thanksgiving. en-USFor more en-US information, visit en-US www.jensenbeach.biz.en-USSATURDAY, JUNE 23en-GB en-GB Taste of the Tropics:en-GB 32nd annual event en-GB will be hosted by UF/IFAS Extension Florida en-GB Master Gardeners Martin County from 9 a.m. en-GB to 1 p.m. at the Martin County Fairgrounds, en-GB 2616 S.E. Dixie Highway, Building A, Stuart. en-GB Sample and learn more about various en-GB tropical fruits; tropical fruit trees will be en-GB offered for sale. Free admission, free en-GB parking. en-GB For more information, call (772) en-GB 288-5654 or visit en-GB http://sfyl.ifas.ufl.edu/en-GB martin/en-GB en-GB Libraries Rock: Tampa Taiko Japanese en-GB Drummers:en-GB Tampa Taiko is a professional en-GB drumming ensemble that has performed for en-GB a vast array of audiences. Tampa Taiko en-GB Drummers entertain and educate audiences en-GB with presentations and hands-on workshops en-GB tailored to meet the needs of various ages en-GB and ability levels. Two shows. First is at en-GB 10:30-11:30 a.m., Community Room, Hobe en-USOuten-USFrom page 17en-US Seeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 20en-USThe Smithsonian invites the entire comen-US -en-US munity to join the global celebration of en-US World Ocean Day at the Smithsonian en-US Exhibit at the St. Lucie County Aquarium en-US on Saturday, June 9 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. en-US The ocean is the heart of our planet, conen-US -en-US necting people across the Earth, no matter en-US where they live. We play in it, eat food from en-US it, work on it, and breathe because of it. We en-US all depend on a healthy ocean, and World en-US Ocean Day is the perfect time to celebrate en-US this vital resource and the actions we can en-US take to protect it.en-US During the Smithsonians World Ocean en-US Day Celebration, participants will enjoy en-US hands-on activities with local environmenen-US-en-US tal organizations, crafts, special tours, en-US seine-netting demonstrations in the Indian en-US River Lagoon, and other activities centered en-US on our blue planet. en-US Families can enjoy a full day of ocean-en-US themed fun in Fort Pierce by attending two en-US other local events also the Treasure Coast en-US Lionfish Safari in downtown Fort Pierce and en-US the Causeway Boat and Marine Show across en-US the street from the St. Lucie County Aquarien-US -en-US um, which will be connected by free trolley en-US transport!en-US Seining demonstrations will be offered en-US every hour on the hour from 11 a.m. 1 en-USp.m. The demonstrations will give families en-US the opportunity to get their feet wet (literalen-US -en-US ly) in the Indian River Lagoon by collecting en-US animals including crabs, pipefish, sea slugs en-US and more in the same manner as Smithsoen-US -en-US nian researchers and aquarists. Guests wishen-US -en-US ing to enter the water must wear protective en-US footwear, such as water shoes or old sneaken-US -en-US ers, to participate in seining demonstraen-US -en-US tions, and children under 16 years old must en-US be accompanied by an adult. en-US Feeding tours will occur at 10:30 a.m. and en-US 2:30 p.m., while behind-the-scenes tours en-US will be offered at 11:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and en-US 1:30 p.m.en-US Admission to the Aquarium, located at en-US 420 Seaway Drive on South Hutchinson en-US Island in Fort Pierce, is $4 for adults and $3 en-US for seniors (55+) and children. All World en-US Ocean Day activities are included with en-US Aquarium admission. en-US For more information, please contact the en-US Smithsonian Education Office at (772) 465-en-US 3271 or en-US SMSEducation@si.edu.en-US World Ocean Day is coordinated globally en-US by The Ocean Project, an international neten-US -en-US work of about 2,000 aquariums, zoos, museen-US -en-US ums, and conservation organizations worken-US-en-US ing to coordinate meaningful events en-US worldwide. Held on June 8 of each year, en-US World Ocean Day is an opportunity to celeen-US -en-US brate our one world ocean and our personal en-US connection to the sea. en-US This years theme is Preventing plastic en-US pollution and encouraging solutions for a en-US healthy ocean. en-US For more information on this global initiaen-US -en-US tive, visit en-US www.worldoceansday.org. en-US For en-US more on the Ocean Project, visiten-US www.theen-US -en-US oceanproject.org.en-USSmithsonian celebrates en-US World Ocean Day at St. en-US Lucie Aquariumen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsfp@hometownnewsol.com

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en-US 19 en-USI en-UScame home after work one day and en-US started thinking about dinner and what en-US I would prepare that evening just like I en-US always do. You all probably know by now. I en-US do all the cooking at home, which is great en-US because my wife does everything else. She en-US pays the bills, handles anything about the en-US house and family, and we are both happy en-US with our lives. en-US I try to keep the refrigerator stocked with en-US different foods, and the pantry is always full en-US because I like to visit my favorite stores en-US several times during the week. I always en-US have fresh food to choose from. I usually en-US cook seafood twice a week, so I decided it en-US was seafood day. en-US Now lets see, my mother-in-law likes en-US salmon, so I will make her teriyaki salmon en-US with fruit chutney. My wife loves farm-en-US raised catfish with lemon and dill, so I have en-US her covered. Ill make a fresh salad the way en-US my family likes with hearts of lettuce, en-US English cucumber, heirloom tomatoes, en-US orange slices and feta cheese. Oh yes, they en-US like my home-made salad dressing (which I en-US will share with you later). en-US Now for the boys and me. Oh! I know! I en-US have some chicken breasts, so Ill make en-US some fried chicken tenders with sweet en-US potato fries. That should cover everyone en-US except the two cats, and I even brought en-US home two bags of dry food that was on sale en-US (but my boys will feed the cats). en-US It was at about this time when it hit me, en-US Oh my goodness, Ive opened a restaurant en-US in my own kitchen and the family is en-US ordering off the daily menu! How did this en-US happen what have I done I started en-US thinking this has to stop! And then reality en-US hit me in the face again. Wait a minute, en-US hold on. I dont have to cut the grass or take en-US out the trash or deal with the house or en-US make doctor appointments or fill out the en-US income tax forms or make any travel en-US arrangements and the list goes on and on. en-US I think I better keep my mouth shut and en-US keep the restaurant open. Im thinking of en-US extending the hours and offering an en-US early-bird menu on special days and en-US Sunday morning brunch! en-US Now for that special dressing...en-USCOSTAS SALAD DRESSINGen-USIngredientsen-US 1/2-cup orange juiceen-US 1/4-cup Asian rice vinegaren-US 1/2-cup Mirin, Japanese-style wineen-US 1/4-cup soy sauceen-US 1/4-cup olive oilen-US Salt and pepper to taste en-US Directionsen-US Place all ingredients in a bowl and mix en-US well.en-US Costa Magoulas is dean of the Mori en-US Hosseini College of Hospitality and Culinary en-US Management at Daytona State College. en-US Contact him at (386) 506-3578 or en-US magoulc@daytonastate.edu. The Dignity Memorial professional provider network is here to guide you every step of the way. AYCOCK FUNERAL HOME Our professional, experienced and dedicate staff provides exceptional, compassionate care to families at a difficult time in their lives. rfnftfb rfnffbb Funeral & burial services of all faiths & cultures. Personalized services from time honored traditions, personal photographs to favorite readings & songs. en-USJack & en-US Letizia en-US Shaffer en-US visiting the en-US Fountain en-US Paint Pots en-US area in en-US Yellowstone en-US National en-US Park on en-US Sept. 25, en-US 2017. en-US Thanks for en-US taking us en-US along! en-USAre you a fan of the Hometown News? Well, we are inviting you to en-US take us along on your next adventure. en-US Each week, we will feature a different reader-submitted photo that showcases one en-US (or more) of our Treasure Coast residents reading the Hometown News in a unique en-US or exotic place. Whether you take a trip to the Grand Canyon or a cruise to the en-US Bahamas, bring your Hometown News with you and have someone snap a picture.en-US Email your photo (at least 1 MB in size) to en-US news@hometownnewsol.comen-US and include en-US your first and last name, the city you live in and the location/date of where the photo en-US was taken. Type TOURING WITH THE TOWNIES in the subject line.en-USTouring with the Townies en-USMy kitchen at home CHEF COSTA'S en-USCOOKING CORNERen-USCOSTA MAGOULAS

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en-US 20 en-GBSound Public Library, 10595 S.E. Federal en-GB Highway, Hobe Sound. Second is at 2-3 p.m., en-GB Donahue Community Room, Cummings en-GB Library, 2551 S.W. Matheson Ave., Palm City. en-GB For more information, contact Hobe Sound en-GB library staff at (772) 546-2257 or email en-GB hobe@martin.fl.us; contact Palm City en-GB library en-GB staff at (772) 288-2551 or email en-GB palm@en-GB martin.fl.usen-GB en-GB White Shirt Night:en-GB Noted area artists en-GB will be on hand to 'paint' your white T-shirt, en-GB apron or tote bag, as a benefit for Helping en-GB People Succeed. Held at Taste Casual Dining, en-GB 11750 S.E. Dixie Highway, Hobe Sound. en-GB There will be a VIP 'sneak' preview reception en-GB from 5-6 p.m.,and general admission is from en-GB 6-9 p.m. VIP preview is $100 per person, en-GB general admission is $50 per person. en-GB For en-GB more information, visit en-GB www.hpsfl.org.en-USTHURSDAY, JUNE 28en-GB en-GB Story Time in the Gallery:en-GB 10-11 a.m., en-GB last Thursday of the month, Court House en-GB Cultural Center Gallery, 80 E. Ocean Blvd., en-GB Stuart. An art-themed story time geared en-GB toward families of preschool children. On the en-GB last Thursday of every month, families are en-GB invited into the galleries of the Court House en-GB Cultural Center to listen to stories that en-GB celebrate the arts! Free and open to the en-GB public, no reservations required. en-GB For more en-GB information, visiten-GB martinarts.org.en-USFRIDAY, JUNE 29en-GB en-GB Bugs Rock @ Your Library: Exploring en-GB Insects and Spiders:en-GB 11 a.m. to noon, en-GB Donahue Community Room, Cummings en-GB Library, 2551 S.W. Matheson Ave., Palm City. en-GB The Hobe Sound Nature Center will share the en-GB incredible world of insects and spiders and en-GB their roles in the environment. This presentaen-GB -en-GB tion utilizes hands-on activities as well as live en-GB specimens & replicas. en-GB For more information, en-GB contact library staff at (772) 288-2551 or en-GB email en-GB palm@martin.fl.usen-GB en-GB Splash & Movie Night:en-GB Showing 'Peter en-GB Rabbit.' 5:45-9:45 p.m., Sailfish Splash en-GB Water Park, 931 S.E. Ruhnke Street, Stuart. en-GB For all ages. With every admission ticket, en-GB participants enjoy exclusive waterpark en-GB access followed by a movie in hi-definition en-GB while floating on an inner tube. Movie starts en-GB after sunset. Tickets are $10.95 and en-GB available online only. There are a limited en-GB number of tickets for each movie due to the en-GB maximum capacity in the pool. en-GB For more en-GB information, visiten-GB www.sailfishsplash.com.en-USSATURDAY, JUNE 30en-US en-US St. Lucie Inlet Preserve Guided Kayak en-US Tour: en-US 9 a.m. departure. St. Lucie Inlet en-US Preserve State Park is a classic Florida en-US barrier island is accessible only by boat. A en-US boardwalk takes visitors across mangrove en-US forests and hammocks of live oaks, cabbage en-US palms, paradise trees, and wild limes to a en-US neatly preserved Atlantic beach. How to get en-US there: meet at Cove Road Park (east end of en-US Cove Road where it meets Intracoastal en-US Waterway). State parks offers a tour with en-US kayaks available for rent; bringing your own en-US kayak is welcome. The tour itself is free, but en-US there is a $2 park entrance fee for everyone. en-US For more information, call (772) 219-1880 en-US or visit en-US www.floridastateparks.org/park/en-US st-lucie-inleten-GBTHROUGH SUNDAY, JULY 1en-GB en-GB Exhibition:en-GB Kites: Art on a String will en-GB be on display from March 8 through July 1 in en-GB the Changing Gallery, Elliott Museum, 825 en-GB N.E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart. See colorful kites en-GB from all parts of the world, from vintage to en-GB contemporary to miniature, in an exhibition en-GB to make your imagination soar. Regular en-GB hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Regular en-GB admission is $14 for adults, $12 for seniors en-GB over age 65, $6 for children ages 6-12, and en-GB free for members and younger children. en-GB To en-GB RSVP (for groups of ten or more), email en-GB asimbritz@elliottmuseum.org.en-USTHURSDAYS & FRIDAYS, THROUGH JULY 27en-GB en-GB Hobe Sound Nature Center Sea Turtle en-GB Walks:en-GB Held on Thursday and Friday en-GB evenings, May 24 through July 27. en-GB Reservations for the 2018 season opened en-GB on Monday, April 2. Numbers are limited for en-GB each walk and a donation of $5 per person en-GB is requested. Reservations are required & en-GB must be made in advance; waitlists are en-GB available. en-GB For more information, call (772) en-GB 546-2067 or visit en-GB http://en-GB hobesoundnaturecenter.com/event_en-GB calendar/turtle_walks Answers Located in the Classied Section Out en-USFrom page 18 Se Habla Espaol Expires 6-29-18 I have over 30 years experience. I possess a Masters Degree in Audiology. I educate people, I do not pressure them or mislead them. DISCOUNTS up to 50% off suggested retail! Free Consultations. 0% Financing Available. Serving the Treasure Coast for 19 Years 2219 S. KANNER HIGHWAY, STUART Next to Monterey Animal Clinic

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