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MARTIN COUNTYSTUART JENSEN BEACH PALM CITY HOBE SOUND Vol. 17, No. 5 www.HometownNewsMC.com en-USFriday, June 29, 2018 en-US@HometownNewsMartin @hometownnewsmc @HometownNewsMC 2 N. Sewalls Point Rd. Stuart, FL 772-287-1777 Osprey Cove Yacht Club Explorewww.OspreyCoveHome.com Call Joseph R. Melanson 772-486-7243Visit www.JRMRealEstate.com Beautiful Custom Open Floor Plan 2900 Sq. Ft. CBS Ranch, 4 bedroom, 3 baths, and a pool. en-USTREASURE COAST Two Treasure Coast en-US communities are among 28 in Florida planning en-US Families Belong Together rallies on June 30. The en-US nationwide protests will occur on the same day as en-US a central rally in Washington, DC, all concerning en-US the separation of immigrant children from their en-US parents.en-US One rally will be in Sebastians Riverview Park en-US at 4 p.m. en-US In Jensen Beach, a rally will take place outside en-US the Treasure Coast Mall entrance at 11 a.m., the en-US same time the Lafayette Square event begins in en-USLocal immigration rallies en-US part of nationwide protests en-USCounty en-US agrees on en-US medical en-US marijuana en-US regulation en-USSTUART The Martin County en-US Commission voted 4-1 June 12 to follow en-US staff recommendation for allowing en-US medical marijuana dispensaries anyen-US-en-US where in the unincorporated county en-US where pharmacies are allowed. en-US Growth Management Department en-US Director Nicki van Vonno gave commisen-US -en-US sioners a detailed history of the 2016 en-US constitutional amendment passed by the en-US majority of Florida voters legalizing the en-US cultivation, production and sale of meden-US -en-US ical cannabis and told them the county en-US needed to align its regulations with en-US those of the state. Even before the en-US amendment passed, the Martin Comen-US -en-US mission had already decided it would en-US regulate medical marijuana dispensaries en-US under the same restrictions of pain en-US management clinics. State regulations en-US crafted by the Florida Legislature in the en-US year and a half since the amendment en-US passed would automatically trump local en-US rules. en-US The Florida Statute actually prohiben-US -en-US its local government from regulating the en-US cultivation and processing and dispensen-US-en-US ing of medical marijuana, she en-US explained. However, local governments en-US may regulate the dispensing facilities, en-US and the statute lays out two options: one en-US is to regulate them the same way you en-US regulate a pharmacy with a 500-foot disen-US en-USTesting lifejackets en-USSeeen-US en-US RALLIESen-US page 8 Photo courtesy of MaryAnn Ketcham en-USHosted by Martin County Parks and Recreation and Sailfish Splash Waterpark, the Worlds Largest Swimming Lesson 2018 drew nearly 100 people.   The en-USevent is part of a nationwide campaign to bring awareness to and help prevent drowning.   Here, Khloe R odgers of Port St. Lucie and Carlon Crowley of Palm en-USCity learn that lifejackets will keep them afloat after a lifeboat is tipped.en-USSeeen-US en-US MEDICALen-US, page 4en-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.comen-USBy Donald Rodrigueen-USFor Hometown News 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 en-USTOWNIES 18en-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? 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! COMMUNITY 9 en-USSee how the Treasure en-US Coast compares in en-US common measures for en-US kids' health, and any en-US room for improvement en-USKIDS COUNT ENTERTAINMENT 13 en-USTreasure Coast towns en-US setting up many ways en-US to celebrate the Fourth en-US of July, wherever you en-US may be en-USPLANNING AHEAD

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en-US 2 en-USFRIDAY, JUNE 29en-US en-US Senior Day:en-US 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Hobe en-US Sound Public Library, presented by In His en-US Love Ministries. Information on forms of en-US transportation, food banks, senior en-US discounts, useful phone numbers, plus en-US games, crafts, exercises for sitting and en-US standing, samples, healthy recipes, en-US speakers, more. en-US For more information, call en-US (772) 631-7550.en-USMONDAY, JULY 2 FRIDAY, JULY 6en-GB en-GB Junior Naturalist Camp:en-GB Ever wonder en-GB what it is like to be a naturalist at Hobe en-GB Sound Nature Center? In this new camp, en-GB learn how to care for the resident teaching en-GB animals, interact with guests, and learn en-GB how to identify local plants and wildlife on en-GB the trail. The camp is open to all students en-GB ages 10-14, and is a two day program, 9 en-GB a.m. to 12 noon. Registration is $50 per en-GB student. No transportation is provided. en-GB Space is limited, and you may register for en-GB one two-day program: either Monday and en-GB Tuesday, July 1 and July 2, or Thursday and en-GB Friday, July 5 and July 6; there are no en-GB events on Wednesday, July 4. en-GB For more en-GB information, call (772) 546-2067 or visiten-GB en-GB http://hobesoundnaturecenter.com/en-GB event_calendaren-USTUESDAY, JULY 3en-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 en-US 6 p.m., large group meeting at 7 p.m., open en-US share groups at 8 p.m., Cross Talk Cafe at en-US 9 p.m. en-USFor more information, call (772) en-US 288-3593.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-en-US in. For more information, call (772) 263en-US2109 or 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 en-US drawing, and music from the '50s and '60s. en-US Food and drinks also available. Show is en-US free to spectators, $3 for car owners. en-US For en-US more information, contact Jim Serra at en-US (772) 285-3320 or en-US jimserra117@gmail.en-US com.en-GBTHURSDAY, JULY 5en-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, JULY 7en-US en-US C4CW Beach Cleanup:en-US 10 a.m. to 1 en-US p.m., Stuart Beach, 866 N.E. Ocean Blvd., en-US Stuart. Family-friendly beach cleanup with en-US live music, a free yoga class, free food, kids en-US activities, a raffle, and guest speaker to en-US discuss our current water conditions. Trash en-US bags and gloves will also be provided, no en-USNew pet therapy programs en-US bring comfort and joy en-USMistys Pals, the pet therapy arm of the en-US Humane Society of the Treasure Coast in en-US Palm City, is bringing joy and comfort to en-US more Martin and St. Lucie County residents en-US with the addition of two new programs. en-US Mistys Pals pet therapy volunteers, along en-US with their trained therapy animals, are now en-US making monthly visits to Tradition Medical en-US Center in Port St. Lucie and the Martin en-US County Court System in Stuart.en-US At Tradition Medical Center, the volunen-US -en-US teers are making regular visits to the third en-US floor, where theyll greet parents, caregivers en-US and children in the pediatrics unit, and the en-US surgical and medical rooms on the fourth en-US and eighth floors. These visits are from 10 to en-US 11:30 a.m. every Wednesday.en-US At the Court House, Mistys Pals Paws to en-US Empower program is aimed to comfort paren-US -en-US ents, guardians and children who are en-US involved in dependency court cases. Pet en-US therapy teams visit on the first and third en-US Thursdays and a set Monday of the month. en-US Those visits are from 8:45 a.m.-10 a.m.en-US A trained pet therapy animal can help en-US relax both children and adults who are en-US experiencing stress, said Jessie Clifford, en-US director of humane education of the en-US Humane Society of the Treasure Coast. en-US Sometimes all it takes is an opportunity to en-US feel the unconditional love of a pet.en-US A pet therapy dog provides psychological en-US or physiological therapy to individuals other en-US than their handlers. These dogs have stable en-US temperaments and friendly, easy-going peren-US -en-US sonalities. Typically, they visit hospitals, en-US schools, hospices, nursing homes and more.en-US For more information, call Jessie Clifford at en-US (772) 486-4168 or visit en-USwww.hstc1.org.en-USGet out and play during Parks en-US and Recreation Monthen-USOn Tuesday, June 19, the Martin County en-US Board of Commissioners presented a procen-US-en-US lamation recognizing July as Parks and Recen-US -en-US reation Month to Mark Lynch, Deputy en-US Director of the Parks and Recreation en-US Department. Martin County will join agenen-US -en-US cies nationwide in celebrating Parks and en-US Recreation Month, an initiative of the en-US National Recreation and Park Association. en-US From providing places to play, get fit and en-US stay healthy to recreational programs and en-US special events, the parks and recreation en-US department provides essential services to en-US the community that promote health and en-US wellness, foster new relationships and forge en-US a connection with nature. en-US Mark Lynch, deputy director of the en-US department, announced that Martin Counen-US -en-US ty Parks and Recreation will celebrate Parks en-US and Recreation Month with a free, family en-US fun event on July 14 and a Parks Activity en-US Challenge that will encourage all residents en-US and visitors to get out, explore our parks and en-US stay active. en-US To learn more about events the department en-US has planned, visit en-USwww.LoveMCparks.com en-US oren-US www.facebook.com/MyMCParks.en-USCommunity calendaren-US Community notes en-USSeeen-US en-US CALENDARen-US, page 8

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en-US 3 en-USJENSEN BEACH sIf youre having en-US trouble getting your pool or Jacuzzi sparen-US -en-US kling clear or fear that somethings amiss in en-US your filter system, youll find your solution en-US at Causeway Pool & Patio at 1114 N.E, Jenen-US-en-US sen Beach Blvd. en-US Owner Mark Mazzoli boasts a lengthy en-US history of servicing swimming pools in the en-US area, having previously run St. Lucie Counen-US -en-US ty-based Everclear Pools for 14 years prior en-US to launching out into the retail aspect of the en-US business last July. Most days you will find en-US him at the store, testing water for customers en-US and offering advice or tips how they can en-US maintain their own pools for optimum en-US enjoyment.en-US Pools need three things to be healthy: en-US adequate filtration, circulation and chemical en-US balance, he said. Like a three-legged stool en-US will fall over absent one of its legs, so too en-US will the pool be impossible to manage en-US absent one of these three components.en-US Since many people get more use out of en-US their backyard swimming pools during the en-US hotter summer months, Mr. Mazzoli particen-US-en-US ular emphasizes the importance of proper en-US chemical balance and pump operation.en-US Most pools require eight to 10 hours of en-US operation during summer months, he en-US explained. Filters en-US should be cleaned at en-US least monthly and caren-US -en-US tridge filters changed en-US annually. We also advise en-US testing your water at en-US least weekly and having en-US it done professionally en-US monthly.en-US To extend the swimen-US-en-US ming season into the en-US cooler months, the store en-US also carries eight differen-US -en-US ent models of swimming en-US pool heaters that operate en-US on either gas, electric or propane energy en-US sources. Heliocol solar heating systems can en-US also be purchased through the store.en-US After customers have their water tested, en-US theyll then find the different chemical en-US products needed to bring their water to peren-US -en-US fection and all manor of equipment necesen-US -en-US sary to do the job. To make cleaning even en-US easier, Causeway Pool & Patio sells Zodiac en-US pool vacuum systems for in-ground pools en-US and the Hayward AquaBug system for en-US above-ground pools. If your pool finish is en-US aging and needs to be re-done, Mr. Mazzolis en-US business is also an authorized representative en-US for NPT interior pool finishes and boasts an en-US ample selection of colors and textures to en-US view in-store. en-US We provide remodeling service for en-US resurfacing, tile repair and replacement and en-US leak service, he added. en-US The store carries a complete line of pool en-US and accessory lighting available to make en-US your patio experience even more endearing. en-US Swimming does work up an appetite, and so en-US what better way to cook up your pool-side en-US lunch or dinner than on a Primo Ceramic en-US Grill. The patented oval shape of these en-US unique grills boast a design offering two-en-US zone, simultaneous direct and indirect en-US cooking so you can grill and roast at the en-US same time. en-US These are the bomb, the Cadillac of en-US ceramic grills, Mr. Mazzoli said. They are en-US the only ceramic grills made in America. en-US Above all, Mr. Mazzoli wants his customen-US -en-US ers to enjoy a well-rounded patio and pool en-US experience.en-US We thoroughly enjoy helping people get en-US the most out of their backyard, he said.en-US For more information on pool services en-US offered by Causeway Pool & Patio, call 772-en-US 444-3213 or visit the companys Facebook en-US page at en-USwww.facebook.com/CausewayPoolen-US-en-US AndPatio.en-US Better yet visit Mr. Mazzoli in en-US person at 1114 N.E. Jensen Beach Blvd., a en-US couple doors down from Ace Hardware. 927 NE Jensen Beach Blvd.772.334.2151Monday Saturday 10 am to 3 pmwww.jewelrydesignstudio.net The Atlantic Animal Clinic1315 NE Sunview Terr. Jensen BeachCall for an appointment today 334-5901 Vaccine ClinicSaturday, July 21st$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 Breast Augmentation Face Lift Eyes CoolSculpting Botox Fillers Skin Care Latisse 309 SE Osceola Street | Suite 201 | Stuart, FL 34994772-207-3151Villar Plastic Surgery Dr. Luis F. Villar, M.D., F.A.C.S. Free Consultation with Doctor and Financing Available Look Great This Summer! Tired of looking at your old and dusty floral arrangements. Bring them in for a cleaning and rearrangement for a totally new look.1201 US Hwy 1, N Palm Beach Crystal Tree Plaza 561-691-5884 2651 E. Ocean Blvd, Stuart Cedar Point Plaza 772-266-9609 The Love Garden Jensen pool store big on service en-USBy Donald Rodrigueen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USOwner of Causeway Pool en-US & Patio has long history of en-US servicing pools on the en-US Treasure Coast

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en-US 4 en-UStance requirement. The other option for en-US local government is to prohibit them outen-US -en-US right in your jurisdiction.en-US While Mr. van Vonno recommended the en-US county take the first option, Commissioner en-US Ed Fielding -who cast the lone dissenting en-US vote -attempted to sway his colleagues to en-US ban the dispensaries altogether. en-US If we do not make that choice, then we en-US cannot limit [the number of them], he said. en-US It seems that just the outright ban would en-US give us the greater protection of this particen-US-en-US ular problem.en-US Ms. Van Vonno reiterated that the Comen-US -en-US mission had the option of directing staff to en-US prepare a prohibition ordinance instead, en-US admitting that the state changed its own regen-US -en-US ulations mid-stream, forcing the county to en-US revamp its regulations.en-US So that is certainly an option if the Board en-US wishes to prohibit them within unincorpoen-US -en-US rated Martin County, she said. If I can en-US clarify, the original statute actually did allow en-US local governments to regulate the number en-US that could be located within a municipality, en-US and then when the legislature changed the en-US statute, they took away that ability. So thats en-US your decision point: Do you want to reguen-US -en-US late this the way we regulate pharmacies, en-US which are allowed in certain zoning disen-US-en-US tricts, or do you want to prohibit it outen-US -en-US right?en-US Commissioner Fielding then made a en-US motion to ban medical cannabis dispensaen-US-en-US ries, saying he sympathized with proponents en-US of the treatment because hed lost a child to en-US cancer but he also felt the county was ceding en-US local control to the state in the matter. en-US The motion is for the county to choose en-US to prohibit any dispensing facilities within en-US the unincorporated Martin County, he said. en-US Im familiar with the potential medicinal en-US aspects of marijuana but what Im en-US addressing is the problems that emanate en-US from this particular recommendation of en-US having there be a governmental body that en-US says yeah, its okay, lets have these dispensen-US -en-US ing facilities.en-US For his part, Commissioner Doug Smith en-US said he understood his colleagues point of en-US view but wanted to ensure the county and en-US city would be on the same page as far as the en-US clinics go. en-US I think what would be good -whatever en-US we choose to do -is that were consistent en-US with the city, he said. I think itd be proben-US-en-US lematic for us if we dont. If we voted to deny en-US and we dont want them, and the city did, en-US then youve got the city doing it and us not en-US doing it.en-US Both Ms. van Vonno and Commissioner en-US Harold Jenkins said the City of Stuart had en-US yet to take a stance, with the latter saying he en-US had spoken at length with City Commisen-US -en-US sioner Troy McDonald about the issue.en-US I talked to Troy because Ive lost more en-US sleep over this issue than any other since I en-US was elected, Commissioner Jenkins said. en-US This one Ive really struggled with, so Ive en-US talked to everybody. I did talk to Troy to en-US find out where the city was in their process, en-US and the answer to that was, its not even on en-US the radar because theyve got bigger fish to en-US fry right at the moment. But he felt whatever en-US we did, they would mirror.en-US Commission Chairman Ed Ciampi en-US admitted that the topic was a challenging en-US conversation and topic for communities en-US and elected bodies but felt the majority of en-US citizens had made their wishes known in en-US 2016.en-US You know marijuanas not my thing, but en-US where I stand on this is as you started off en-US Ms. Van Vonno, that 71 percent of Floridien-US -en-US ans and 69.4 percent of Martin County resien-US -en-US dents did want medical marijuana, he said. en-US I dont think its an issue thats going away; en-US my personal opinion is that most states -en-US even the conservative ones -will eventually en-US find their way to medical marijuana. en-US Commissioner Sarah Heard then made a en-US substitute motion, agreeing that the voters en-US had spoken.en-US Given the voters strong support for en-US medical marijuana -they made a choice -I en-US think that our obligation is to implement en-US policy that reflects their strong support for en-US medical marijuana, she said. Therefore, I en-US will move staffs recommendation that we en-US approve the ordinance, which regulates the en-US dispensation of medical marijuana in uninen-US -en-US corporated Martin County.en-US Commissioner Fielding then made a final en-US plea in an effort to get a second for his earlien-US-en-US er motion for denial, worrying that medical en-US marijuana might fall into the wrong hands.en-US Whatever our rules are, we cant limit the en-US number of dispensaries, he exclaimed. Its en-US not just limited to dispensing to a patient; en-US theres also this group thats called caregiven-US -en-US ers a caregiver really is just a dealer, and en-US theres no reason that one might envision en-US that to be different. So you then have the en-US right to go and pick up marijuana, and then en-US you can go to your clients and you can sell en-US that to your clients. And so thats part of en-US what the law is. Its either no, were not going en-USto do it, or its yes, then all of this other rollen-US-en-US ing baggage of requirements comes along en-US with it. en-US Chairman Ciampi then began his final en-US comments, holding the gavel in his hand as en-US if ready to pass it in order to second at least en-US one of the motions on the table.en-US I think the larger conversation and en-US debate has already been had at the state-en-US wide level and the bar for constitutional en-US amendments at 60 percent is high, and this en-US passed resoundingly above that, he emphaen-US-en-US sized. I agree with what Commissioner en-US Heard said, that it seems to be the will of the en-US vast majority of Martin County residents en-US that we address these issues.en-US Commissioner Jenkins then chimed in.en-US Ill reluctantly second it and avoid you en-US having to pass the gavel, he said. en-US I appreciate that, the chairman said. I en-US dont think any of us are gleefully dancing -en-US none of us are the type to be like yeah, this en-US is great.en-US Emphasizing his determination to reject en-US the dispensaries, Commissioner Fielding en-US compared the issue to the states tight-fisted en-US control of school district funding and en-US labeled the issue as another of the states en-US efforts to diminish home rule. en-US Its a concept thats oriented towards the en-US legislature wanting to have control and there en-US being a group of lobbyists who are influencen-US -en-US ing the legislators, he said. So to me anyen-US -en-US thing that would be a semblance of responen-US -en-US sibility or character, I think we need to stand en-US up for that, regardless of where society en-US might be or not be, or where the legislature en-US might be or not be. Its incumbent upon use en-US to take decisions that would be the most en-US useful for the constituencies that we have. 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en-US 5 en-USArrests listed were made June 14 through en-US June 21.en-USStuart Police en-US Departmenten-US Brenda R. Cantu, 25, of Fort Pierce, was en-US charged with possession of controlled suben-US-en-US stance, with possession of cannabis under en-US 20 grams, and with battery touch or strike.en-US Shakira Latoya Davis-Gordon, 26, of en-US Stuart, was charged with tampering with or en-US fabricating physical evidence.en-US Giovanny Figueroa Diaz, 34, of Stuart, en-US was charged with grand theft property valen-US-en-US ued $300-$5,000.en-US Gerfronza Lee Harris Jr., 19, of Stuart, en-US was charged with possession of controlled en-US substance with intent to sell or deliver.en-US Cody Lane Johns-Grose, 21, of Fort en-US Pierce, was charged with possession of conen-US -en-US trolled substance and with possession of en-US cannabis under 20 grams.en-USMartin County en-US Sheriffs Officeen-US Todd Anthony Glover, 48, of Jensen en-US Beach, was charged with grand theft propen-US-en-US erty valued $300-$5,000.en-US Albert Lee Riggins, 39, of Indiantown, en-US was charged with aggravated assault with en-US deadly weapon and with criminal mischief.en-US Anthony Darrell Rocha, 49, homeless, en-US was charged with aggravated assault with en-US deadly weapon and with possession or use en-US of drug paraphernalia.en-US Gino Gerard Taronto, 52, of Stuart, was en-US charged with retail theft.en-US Ryan Allan Taylor, 29, of Port St. Lucie, en-US was charged with transmission of electronic en-US information harmful to minors, with ownen-US -en-US ing/operating a computer for pornography, en-US and with unlawful use of two-way commuen-US -en-US nication device to facilitate a felony.en-US Christopher John Cunniffe, 20, of Jenen-US -en-US sen Beach, was charged with lewd or lascivien-US -en-US ous act in presence of a child under age 16 en-US without sexual battery.en-US Amanda Elisabeth Herneryd, 28, of Stuen-US-en-US art, was charged with two counts of sale of en-US controlled substance within 1,000 feet of en-US specified area, with two counts of possesen-US -en-US sion of controlled substance, and with en-US unlawful use of two-way communication en-US device.en-US Alexandra Irene Maiolini, 27, of Braen-US -en-US denton, was charged with grand theft en-US property valued $300-$5,000, and with posen-US -en-US session or use of drug paraphernalia.en-US Evan Scott Pilson, 22, of Arcadia, was en-US charged with two counts of possession of en-US marijuana more than 20 grams, and with en-US possession or use of drug paraphernalia.en-US Ciera Octavia Scott, 30, of Fort Lauderen-US -en-US dale, was charged with two counts of grand en-US theft property valued $300-$5,000, and en-US with two counts of possession of an en-US anti-shoplifting device.en-US Johnathon Robert Sherwin, 36, of Jenen-US -en-US sen Beach, was charged with aggravated baten-US -en-US tery with deadly weapon.en-US Mehdi Mahraoui, 27, of Far Rockaway, en-US N.Y., was charged with burglary of structure en-US or conveyance with assault/battery.en-US Charles Pratt, 39, of Stuart, was charged en-US with possession of controlled substance and en-US with driving under the influence.en-US Matthew Alexander Thompson, 26, of en-US Stuart, was charged with possession of conen-US -en-US trolled substance, with possession of cannaen-US -en-US bis under 20 grams, and with driving while en-US license suspended/revoked. en-US Michael Thompson, 24, of Jensen Beach, en-US was charged with attempt to flee or elude a en-US police officer, with loitering or prowling, en-US with resisting arrest without violence, and en-US with driving while license suspended/en-US revoked.en-US Lesly Junior Ajuste, 22, of Port St. Lucie, en-US was charged with possession of controlled en-US substance, with possession of marijuana en-US more than 20 grams, and with resisting en-US arrest without violence.en-US Maxwell Dylan Tatum, 26, of en-US Okeechobee, was charged with possession en-US of controlled substance, with possession of en-US marijuana more than 20 grams, and with en-US possession or use of drug paraphernalia.en-US Andres Sebastian Felix, 25, of Indianen-US-en-US town, was charged with unlawful sexual en-US activity with certain minors victim age 16 en-US or 17.en-US Steven Robert Martin, 59, of Port St. en-US Lucie, was charged with possession, manuen-US -en-US facture, sale or delivery of controlled suben-US-en-US stance, with possession of controlled suben-US -en-US stance, and with introduction of contraband en-US into detention facility.en-US Basilio Morales-Jimenez, 35, of Stuart, en-US was charged with false imprisonment of an en-US adult.en-US Michelle Elizabeth Pace, 43, of Stuart, en-US was charged with possession of marijuana en-US more than 20 grams, and with possession or en-US use of drug paraphernalia.en-USPolice report en-USEditors note: en-US This 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. 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en-USFRIDAY, JUNE 29, 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-USLeaving window slightly openen-US not enough for parked petsen-USHad to call police today about a small en-US white dog left inside a red Chevy Colorado en-US pickup truck with many Air Force stickers en-US on it, in a Publix parking lot. What part of "it en-US is just too hot to leave anyone, a child or a en-US dog, in a parked vehicle" do people not en-US understand? Leaving a window slightly en-US open while you are inside an air conditioned en-US store doesnt cut it. Tried to get help from en-US Publix to no avail.en-USWe vote for others appointed by en-US that person we are voting foren-USThis country seems to have a penchant en-US for putting itself in harm's way. Another en-US pipeline has exploded in West Virginia. en-US While the Pipeline and Hazardous Mateen-US-en-US rials Safety Administrations Eastern en-US Regional Office identified the line as Tranen-US -en-US sCanadas (the same company behind Keyen-US-en-US stone pipeline) Leach XPress Pipeline, en-US placed into service this past February, the en-US cause of the explosion is still unknown. en-US Weve also had another leak in the Keystone en-US Pipeline (November 2017) where thousands en-US of gallons of oil were lost.en-US I bring these two situations up to remind en-US everyone that Florida does have natural gas en-US pipelines. The Sabal Trail Pipeline, owned en-US and operated by Sabal Transmission LLC en-US and NextEra Energy, Inc. (FPL) run from en-US Alabama into Florida.en-US Scott Pruitt, the Environmental Protecen-US -en-US tion Administration administrator, having en-US been appointed by our President and the en-US Florida Department of Environmental Proen-US -en-US tections Secretary, Noah Valenstein, en-US appointed by our Governor, are the people en-US in charge of protecting residents from any en-US unforeseen accidents that may occur here.en-US We need to think very carefully of the en-US importance of these types of appointments en-US by those who we vote for. Not only are we en-US voting in the person, but were implicitly en-US voting for others appointed by that person.en-US Come election day we need to carefully en-US consider our votes before casting our balen-US -en-US lots.en-USGone are days when foods were en-US real, not genetically enhanceden-USWhat a shame that these late generations en-US can never savor, taste and smell the essences en-US of real non-hybrid strawberries, black beren-US -en-US ries, raspberries or smell the sweet smell of en-US roses.en-US Ever since the corporation have captured en-US control of our foods, we have been short en-US changed. Now we have artificial flavors, en-US high fructose corn syrup and artificial colen-US-en-US ors. Cattle are fed growth hormones. en-US There are no natural grown foods anyen-US -en-US more, but those of us have lived before en-US Monsanto and other food modifiers can en-US remember when the blossoms and foods en-US were real and delicious and not artificially en-US flavored and colored.en-USGovernments control people; en-US money controls governmentsen-USMost of earth's inhabitants have no idea en-US of what cataclysms has occurred in our past en-US nor what may be in store for the future. In en-US addition to the natural disasters and changen-US -en-US ing climate, we live as if everything is foreven-US -en-US er until we become old senior citizens and en-US realize there are consequences to our ignoen-US -en-US rance of the truth and facts of reality. en-US Just watch the news and see millions of en-US automobiles smoking and polluting the air en-US we breathe. en-US It is believed that dinosaurs and animals en-US and creatures from our past grew to such en-US enormous sizes because our atmosphere en-US contained a greater percentage of oxygen en-US than we breath in today. en-US There are thousands of airplanes in the en-US air all day long and seven days a week, also en-US active volcanos are spewing noxious gases, en-US All of these toxic fumes cause acid rains en-US which in time will destroy all life just as one en-US big asteroid destroyed the dinosaurs. en-US There may not be a chance for Earth to en-US recover. Governments do not care as long as en-US they can bluff the people. en-US There is one thing to remember: governen-US-en-US ments control the people and not the reverse en-US and money controls the governments and en-US the politicians.en-USSmoking in publicen-USSmoking in public doesn't have to be seen en-US in a negative light. I agree, the filters from en-US cigarettes are a world wide issue, I personalen-US -en-US ly pick them up if in the right time and en-US space. I've also heard of people using them en-US as fiber for arts and crafts. As far as the act en-US of smoking whether it be tobacco, mullein, en-US lavender, marijuana, or whatever plant one en-US chooses to smoke, I can only offer a suggesen-US-en-US tionnatural rolling papers that will break en-US down faster than filters. en-US Why do people smoke? Why do people en-US eat chocolate? Tomatoes, tomato's? en-USThe middle classen-USI read an article this morning Why the en-US Middle Class Cant Afford Life in America en-US Anymore (NY Post) and it got me thinken-US -en-US ing.its really true!en-US My children will never have the same en-US level of comfort that my husband and I have en-US had. I cant even imagine what the future en-US holds for my grandchildren. Climate change en-US may very well change life on earth. Add to en-US that the fact that our retirement years are en-US more uncertain today than ever before. Not en-US only have we let the economy implode, en-US weve made sure that the next generations en-US life expectancy is years less than ours. en-US How did we let this happen? I think its en-US apathy. We saw things that were happening en-US but thought that someone else would do en-US something about it. I remember the saying en-US We are the ones weve been waiting for en-US and we didnt even realize it.en-US We cant continue to pile up all these en-US problems for future generations to solve. Do en-US something do anything but get up and en-US make a difference in your community. en-US Just as ripples spread out when a single en-US pebble is dropped into water, the actions of en-US individuals can have far-reaching effects. en-US (Dalai Lama) en-USFuture swimmer Photo courtesy of MaryAnn Ketcham en-USDulce Juan helps teach her 22 month-old daughter Noelle the en-US back float

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en-US 8 en-USneed to bring your own. en-US If you would like to en-US get involved and/or sponsor this event, en-US email en-US info@citizensforcleanwater.org.en-USMONDAY, JULY 9 SUNDAY, AUG. 5en-GB en-GB Summer Camp at the Barn Theatre:en-GB en-GB Camp Barn Theatre will run for four weeks en-GB from Monday, July 9 through Sunday, Aug. 5 en-GB from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through en-GB Friday. The camp is open to kids entering en-GB the fourth through the tenth grades. Only en-GB 32 campers will be accommodated so en-GB classes are small and personal. Campers en-GB will learn about the basics of theater acten-GB -en-GB ing, directing, set design, stage crafts, en-GB stage management, and even about the en-GB business of theater all while rehearsing en-GB for a main stage grand production the en-GB weekend of Aug. 4. The camp classes will en-GB be taught by professional theater educators en-GB as well as by some industry guest speaken-GB -en-GB ers, at the theatre, located at 2400 S.E. en-GB Ocean Blvd., Stuart. en-GB For information about en-GB the Summer Camp, call the box office at en-GB (772) 287-4884 or visit the Barn's website en-GB at en-GB www.barn-theatre.com.en-USMONDAY, JULY 9 FRIDAY, JULY 13en-GB en-GB 'Expedition: Florida' immersion camp:en-GB en-GB Summer camp for ages 12-14. 8 a.m. to 2 en-GB p.m., Florida Oceanographic Coastal en-GB Center, 890 N.E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart. en-GB Explore the wilds of Florida and the en-GB fascinating ecosystems that make our state en-GB unique. Students will tromp through the en-GB Center's mangrove swamp, snorkel Bathtub en-GB Reef Beach, and more as they learn about en-GB the plants and animals that call these en-GB places home. Specialty immersion camps en-GB are $200 for members, $240 for non-memen-GB -en-GB bers. en-GB For more information, visit en-GB www.en-GB floridaocean.org.en-USTUESDAY, JULY 10en-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 en-US 6 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-USWashington, DC.en-US Other Florida rallies scheduled for the en-US same day will occur in Boca Raton, Cleren-US -en-US mont, Crawfordville, Dade City, Daytona en-US Beach, Deland, Fort Myers, Gainesville, en-US Gulfport, Hollywood, Inverness, Jacksonen-US-en-US ville, Melbourne, Miami, Naples, Orlando, en-US Palmetto Bay, Panama City, Pensacola, Saint en-US Augustine, Sarasota, Sebring, Tallahassee, en-US Tampa, The Villages, and Spring Hill.en-US Rally organizers decided to proceed with en-US their plans despite President Donald en-US Trumps June 20 statement that his adminisen-US -en-US tration would stop its policy of separating en-US families.en-US The executive order that Donald Trump en-US signed today is not a solution to the crisis en-US created by his administration, read a June en-US 20 statement from Families Belong Together en-US Sebastian, a coalition of many Indian River en-US County and national organizations includen-US -en-US ing Indivisible, MoveOn, and Sebastian en-US Action. It keeps kids imprisoned indefien-US -en-US nitely, and doesnt reunite thousands of sepen-US -en-US arated families. But it does show the adminen-US-en-US istration is reacting to public pressure, so we en-US will continue to increase our pressure for en-US justice at hundreds of events on Saturday, en-US June 30, to say that families belong together en-US and free.en-US Nationally, the Families Belong Together en-US umbrella group claimed it had received over en-US 400,000 RSVPs to attend more than 600 en-US events.en-US Other organizations that have endorsed en-US the day of action and urged their members en-US to participate include the ACLU, Amnesty en-US International, Alliance for Justice, American en-US Constitution Society, Center for Biological en-US Diversity, Families USA, Feminist Majority en-US Foundation, Greenpeace, Human Rights en-US Campaign, Japanese American Citizens en-US League, Jewish Voice for Peace, LGBTQ en-US Task Force, NARAL, Partnership for en-US Women & Families, National Womens Law en-US Center, People For the American Way, en-US Planned Parenthood Federation of America, en-US Presbyterian Church (USA), Public Citizen, en-US SEIU, Sierra Club, Southern Poverty Law en-US Center, Unitarian Universalist Association, en-US Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, en-US and the YWCA USA.en-US For more information, visit en-USwww.familiesen-US-en-US belongtogether.org. Are you tired of automatic updates? en-USIen-USf there is one computer issue I can name en-US that annoys both Windows users and en-US Mac users alike it would have to be en-US automatic updates. en-US If youve used a computer for any length en-US of time youve experienced annoying en-US messages that pop up telling you that one en-US program or another needs to update and en-US usually the message is worded in such a way en-US as to make you believe that if you ignore the en-US message horrible things will happen. One of en-US the worst offenders has got to be Adobe en-US with their Flash and Adobe Reader en-US update messages popping up on an almost en-US daily basis. en-US What gives? Why is it that you can hardly en-US make it through a day without some en-US program interrupting your workflow en-US nagging you about an update and insisting en-US that you need it? Does ignoring update en-US messages lead down the path of doom or en-US are these constant messages just noise that en-US can safely be ignored? en-US Well, I have some theories that should en-US answer these questions. en-US First, I like to categorize updates into two en-US slots the first being important updates en-US that are dangerous to ignore and the en-US second slot for updates that are trivial and en-US safe to ignore (until actually needed). en-US Lets talk about the first category; why en-US ignoring them can lead down the road to en-US peril and what you should do about them. I en-US categorize things like operating system en-US updates and antivirus updates as important en-US dont ignore. When you see a message en-US telling you that Windows has x amount of en-US updates available or (if you are running a en-US Mac) important operating system updates en-US are available, set aside some time to apply en-US these updates because the operating system en-US is the one central part of the computer that en-US governs everything. en-US Quite often these updates are patches en-US that correct known bugs and often plug en-US security holes that viruses and malware can en-US take advantage of to infect your system. en-US Ignoring these operating system updates en-US can leave you vulnerable to malware or en-US other problems that the updates just may en-US fix. And the fact of the matter is, if your en-US computer is up and running, you are using en-US the operating system so its not like its an en-US update for a program you never use. en-US Antivirus updates are in the same en-US category they are important and ignoring en-US them can leave your system open to attack en-US from viruses that you may encounter as you en-US surf the Internet. Think of it this way en-US every day new viruses are released into the en-US wild and it takes the antivirus companies a en-US while to come up with a definition for these en-US new threats. Its these definitions that are en-US included in the antivirus updates and en-US applying these updates is the only way your en-US antivirus program can recognize (and en-US block!) new threats as you encounter them en-US online. Sure, were all vulnerable to the new en-US threats that havent been defined yet but en-US ignoring the antivirus updates leaves you en-US vulnerable to threats that have already been en-US discovered. If your antivirus software en-US doesnt update itself automatically, ignoring en-US the update messages is just asking for an en-US infection. en-US OK, so weve covered the first category, en-US lets talk about the second; updates that are en-US safe to ignore. en-US As I mentioned, I have a theory about en-US this. On every computer there are hundreds en-US of programs installed. Some programs are en-US used daily and some hardly ever get used at en-US all but all programs have one thing in en-US common they are all written by people en-US and most of them are working 9 to 5 at their en-US programming job. When they write a en-US program and then distribute their program en-US to the masses its not over for them. If it en-US were, they would have to look for a new job en-US every time they finished a program. No, en-US what happens is after they release a en-US program when they show up for work the en-US next day they have to do something to en-US justify their salaries so what do they do? en-US They keep working on the program that en-US theyve already released and push these en-US adjustments out as updates. en-US Now again, this is just a theory but its en-US served me well over the years. Keeping that en-US in mind I adopt the attitude of if its not en-US broke, dont fix it and ignore the cacophoen-US -en-US ny of update messages that all the other en-US programs on my machine make and only en-US apply non operating system or non en-US antivirus updates when Im having en-US problems with that particular program. Its en-US a philosophy that has yet to let me down.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). COMPUTE THIS en-USSEAN MCCARTHY en-USRalliesen-USFrom page 1en-USCalendaren-USFrom page 2en-US Seeen-US en-US CALENDARen-US, page 10

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en-US 9 en-USTREASURE COAST The Treasure en-US Coast received mixed scores in the 2018 en-US Kids Count Data Book, released this week en-US by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. The en-US annual nationwide study uses 16 indicators en-US to rank each county across four domains en-US health, education, economic well-being and en-US family and community as an assessment of en-US child well-being.en-US None of the three Treasure Coast counties en-US scored as high as would be expected from en-US per capita income. Martin County, with the en-US third highest per capita income in the state en-US of $35,772, ranked eighth out of 67 counties en-US statewide in 2018.en-US Indian River County, with the seventh en-US highest per capita income of $31,918, en-US ranked 26th out of the 67 counties.en-US St. Lucie County, with the 32nd highest en-US per capita income of $23,296, ranked 40th en-US of the 67 counties.en-US Regardless of ranking, improvements en-US were noted in all three counties in economic en-US well-being, Florida Kids Count Director en-US Dr. Norn Dollard told Hometown News. en-US The picture in education was more mixed en-US across the three counties with Indian River en-US showing consistent improvement, but en-US mixed results in Martin and St. Lucie Counen-US -en-US ties.en-US The four education indicators examined en-US were percentage of young children not in en-US school (ages 3-4), percentage of fourth-graden-US-en-US ers not proficient in reading, percentage of en-US eighth-graders not proficient in math, and en-US percentage of high school students not graden-US -en-US uating on time.en-US Education was the domain that Indian en-US River ranked the best in at 19. Three of the en-US four educational measures improved in the en-US time the report covered. 4th graders profien-US-en-US ciency in reading was unchanged from the en-US last study.en-US Education was the domain in which Maren-US -en-US tin County had the highest ranking, with a en-US ranking of 7. Martin improved in the numen-US -en-US ber of 3 and 4 year olds in preschool and in en-US the number of students graduating on time. en-US There was decline in both 4th grade reading en-US proficiency and 8th grade math.en-US St. Lucie was ranked 33 of 67 in the eduen-US -en-US cation domain. The only measure that en-US improved was the graduation rate.en-US The four health indicators studied were en-US percentage of low birth-weight babies, peren-US -en-US centage of children without health insuren-US -en-US ance, rate of child and teen deaths per en-US 100,000 children ages 1-19, and percentage en-US of teens who abuse alcohol or drugs (ages en-US 12-17).en-US Health was similarly mixed although all en-US counties improved in health insurance coven-US -en-US erage for children and fewer teens using en-US drugs and alcohol, said Dr. Dollard. en-US St. Lucie scored best of the three Treasure en-US Coast counties in this domain with a ranken-US-en-US ing of 26. Improvements were observed in en-US the number of children with health insuren-US -en-US ance coverage and the decrease in the numen-US -en-US ber of youth who reported using drugs and en-US alcohol in the preceding 30 days. There was en-US no change in the number of low birth weight en-US babies and an increase in overweight and en-US obese 1st, 3rd, and 6th grade students.en-US Indian River County ranked 39 out of 67 en-US counties in the health domain. There was en-US progress in that the county had more chilen-US-en-US dren with en-US health insuren-US -en-US ance coverage en-US and fewer teens en-US who reported en-US using alcohol en-US or drugs in the en-US past 30 days en-US over the five en-US year period of the report. As far as areas to en-US focus on for improvement, there were more en-US children identified as obese or overweight, en-US said Dr. Dollard. There was no change in en-US the number of low birth weight babies in the en-US report period.en-US Health is the area in which Martin Counen-US -en-US ty had the least success and had a ranking of en-US 45 statewide. Although gains were observed en-US in health insurance coverage and in reducen-US -en-US ing the number of teens who reported using en-US drugs or alcohol, no change was observed in en-US low birth weight babies or in the number of en-US overweight or obese students.en-US The four economic well-being indicators en-US studied were percentage of children in poven-US -en-US erty (income of $24,339 for a family of two en-US adults and two children), percentage of chilen-US -en-US dren whose parents lack secure employment en-US (no full-time, year-round work), percentage en-US of children living in households with a high en-US housing cost burden (spend more than 30 en-US percent of pretax income on housing), and en-US percentage of teens not in school and not en-US working (ages 16).en-US Martin County was the best in the region en-US in the economic domain, with a score of 12. en-US Martin County had fewer children living in en-US poverty, a low unemployment rate, and en-USfewer households where 30 percent or more en-US of income was spent on rent or mortgage. en-US No change was observed in the number of en-US teens who were neither in school nor worken-US -en-US ing.en-US Indian River County ranked 32 in ecoen-US -en-US nomic well-being. The county had fewer en-US children living in poverty, more people en-US employed and there were fewer households en-US who expended 30 percent or more on housen-US -en-US ing. There was no change in teens not in en-US school and not working.en-US St. Lucie County showed improvements en-US in all four indicators in the economic en-US well-being domain. However, it only en-US achieved a ranking of 49 because greater en-US gains were observed in other counties.en-US The four family and community indicaen-US -en-US tors were percentage of children living in en-US single-parent families, percentage of chilen-US-en-US dren in families where the household head en-US lacks a high school diploma, percentage of en-US children living in high-poverty areas, and en-US rate of teen births per 1,000 females ages en-US 15.en-US Family and community indicators did en-US not show a consistent picture, though, en-US across the board, improvements were seen en-US in juvenile justice contacts, said Dr. Dolen-US -en-US lard.en-US Martin County was 29th out of the 67 en-US counties in family and community. Martin 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 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 Treasure Coast disappoints in child well-being study en-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.com en-USSeeen-US en-US CHILDen-US page 10

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en-US 10 en-USCounty had more children living in houseen-US -en-US holds with a single head of household, and en-US more children with verified maltreatment en-US than it had five years earlier. It improved in en-US reducing the number of children living in en-US areas of concentrated poverty and in reducen-US -en-US ing the number of children who had conen-US -en-US tacts with the juvenile justice system.en-US In Indian River County, family and comen-US -en-US munity was the lowest of the domain ranks en-US with a ranking of 40 out of 67. There were en-US fewer children living in single parent houseen-US -en-US holds, fewer children with verified maltreaten-US -en-US ment and fewer children who had contacts en-US with juvenile justice. There were, however, en-US more children living in areas of concentraten-US -en-US ed poverty (census tracts where 30 percent en-US or more of residents live below the federal en-US poverty level).en-US St. Lucie was ranked 41 in the family and en-US community domain. There were improveen-US-en-US ments noted in the number of children with en-US verified reports of child abuse and neglect, en-US as well as decreases in the number of youth en-US who came into contact with the juvenile jusen-US -en-US tice system. There was no change in the en-US number of children living in single parent en-US households. The number of children living en-US in areas of concentrated poverty increased.en-US Findings suggest continuing efforts are en-US needed to prevent child abuse and neglect, en-US prevent youth from coming into contact en-US with the juvenile justice system and conen-US -en-US tinuing to expand health insurance coveren-US -en-US age, Dr. Dollard said. While there is en-US always room for improvement, the increases en-US in overweight and obese students is a conen-US -en-US cern.en-US Following statewide expansions of health en-US insurance programs, more kids than ever en-US have access to the health care they need to en-US thrive, Dr. Dollard said. But further investen-US -en-US ments are needed to reach the Florida chilen-US -en-US dren who lack coverage.en-US Nationwide, the top five states overall en-US were New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New en-US Jersey, Minnesota, and Iowa. The bottom en-US five states were Alaska, Nevada, Mississippi, en-US Louisiana, and New Mexico.en-US The study authors warned that a potential en-US undercount in the 2020 Census could put en-US children at risk.en-US If we dont count children, we render en-US their needs invisible and their futures unceren-US -en-US tain, said Casey Foundation President and en-US CEO Patrick McCarthy. A major census en-US undercount will result in overcrowded classen-US-en-US rooms, shuttered Head Start programs, en-US understaffed hospital emergency rooms and en-US more kids without health care.en-US Florida Kids Count is part of a nationwide en-US Kids Count network, a project of the Annie E. en-US Casey Foundation. For more information, en-US visit en-US floridakidscount.orgen-US. For more info en-US about the Casey Foundation, visit en-US www.aecf.en-US org. Above: en-US Dan Lund, Martin County Ocean Rescue lifeguard, en-US makes sure that 7 year-old Oliver McPherson is safe in the en-US water. en-US Left:en-US Patrick George holds onto one-year old son en-US Princeton as he shares high-5sen-US Hosted by Martin County Parks and Recreation and Sailen-US-en-US fish Splash Waterpark, the Worlds Largest Swimming Lesson 2018 drew nearly 100 people.   The ev ent is part of en-USa nationwide campaign to help prevent drowning. Each participant received a certificate of completion.   For inf or en-US-en-US mation about swimming lessons, visit SailfishSplash.comen-US Three year-old Amore George practices en-US blowing kisses and bubbles underwateren-US Left:en-US Jensen en-US Beachs Marijo Alsip en-US shares a laugh with en-US 3 year-old Asher en-US Sale after he emergen-US -en-US es from a head dipen-US Right:en-US Lyric Persons en-US of Port St. Lucie en-US helps teach daughen-US -en-US ter Lakkari how to en-US float on her backen-USPhotos courtesy of MaryAnn en-US Ketchamen-USWater safety saves lives en-USChilden-USFrom page 9en-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-en-US in. For more information, call (772) 263en-US2109 or 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 en-US drawing, and music from the '50s and '60s. en-US Food and drinks also available. Show is en-US free to spectators, $3 for car owners. en-US Contact Jim Serra at (772) 285-3320 or en-US jimserra117@gmail.com.en-GBWEDNESDAY, JULY 11en-GB en-GB Seagrass Fragment Collection Walk:en-GB en-GB 9-10:30 a.m., Florida Oceanographic en-GB Coastal Center, 890 N.E. Ocean Blvd., en-GB Stuart. Join Dr. Katie Tiling at 9 a.m. for this en-GB small-group event as she explains seagrass en-GB importance and how to find and identify en-GB seagrass fragments on our local en-GB shorelines. You will visit local shorelines en-GB around the Stuart area. Wear closed-toe en-GB shoes and bring water. Participants under en-GB 15 years of age must be accompanied by en-GB an adult. Participants 15-18 years old must en-GB be signed in by a parent/guardian. en-GB RSVP en-GB online at en-GBfloridaocean.org en-GB or call Dr. Tiling en-GB at (772) 225-0505 ext. 120 for more en-GB information.en-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-en-US denominational group. Books are available en-US at a discount through the group. Free, en-US public is welcome. en-USFor more information, en-US visit en-US www.tcuuc.com.en-USTHURSDAY, JULY 12en-GB en-GB The Sound of Soul event:en-GB 11 a.m. to en-GB 12 p.m., Spiritual chant and discussion, en-GB Eckankar Center of the Treasure Coast, en-GB 541 S.E. Central Parkway, Stuart. The en-GB public is invited. en-GB For more information, call en-GB (772) 223-1188 or visit en-GB www.Eck-Florida.en-GB org.en-USTHURSDAY, JULY 12 FRIDAY, JULY 13en-US en-US Canines, Cats & Critters Camp: en-US Offered by the Humane Society of the en-US Treasure Coast. Campers will have an en-US opportunity to get hands-on experience en-US with animals, learn about some of todays en-US animal issues, pet responsibility and safety, en-US and more. Camp is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. en-US each day and is $80 per camper. Meant for en-US ages 8 to 11. This camp is limited to 20 en-US spots for each session and reservations en-US must be made online. en-US Visit en-US www.hstc1.org en-US for registration packet and information.en-USCalendaren-USFrom page 8

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en-US 11 en-USTREASURE COAST sOf all the attracen-US -en-US tions that bring tourists to the Treasure en-US Coast and make residents want to live here, en-US the crown jewel is the Indian River Lagoon. en-US The lagoon is the one constant that offers en-US unique recreation and relaxation opportunien-US -en-US ties throughout our varied communities. en-US Our beach experience is relatively similar to en-US that found throughout the Florida coast, but en-US our lagoon is special.en-US Through July 31, everyone can help the en-US lagoon by taking photos and submitting en-US them to the 2018 Indian River Lagoon en-US Photo Contest conducted by the Indian en-US River Lagoon National Estuary Program.en-US The lagoon provides an enormous ecoen-US -en-US nomic benefit for the five counties it boren-US -en-US ders. A 2016 study by the East Central Florien-US -en-US da and Treasure Coast Regional Planning en-US Councils showed the annual economic outen-US-en-US put from the lagoon was about $7.6 billion, en-US not counting the $934 million in real estate en-US value of properties located on or near the en-US IRL.en-US According to the IRLNEP, more than en-US 2,000 species of plants, 600 species of fish, en-US 300 species of birds, and 53 threatened or en-US endangered species inhabit our lagoon. Scien-US-en-US entists say the Indian River Lagoon is one of en-US the most biologically diverse estuaries in en-US North America.en-US All of these plants and animals provide en-US perfect opportunities for photo contest suben-US-en-US missions. The five categories of photos for en-US the contest are Working and Playing on the en-US Lagoon, Lagoon Plants and Animals, en-US Scenic, Living Lagoon-Friendly, and en-US Volunteering to Help the Lagoon.en-US Winning photos and some others will be en-US published in the 2019 Indian River Lagoon en-US Calendar to benefit the IRLNEP. The overall en-US winning image will be featured on the calen-US -en-US endar cover.en-US All images must be taken within the Indien-US -en-US an River Lagoon watershed, including its en-US tributaries. Coastal beach photos like surfen-US-en-US ing photos are not eligible.en-US The IRL spans 156 miles of Floridas east en-US coast, from Ponce de Leon Inlet near New en-US Smyrna Beach in Volusia County to Jupiter en-US Inlet on the southern border of Martin en-US County.en-US Treasure Coast residents have representaen-US -en-US tion on the IRL Council Board of Directors, en-US which includes Chairperson Chris Dzaen-US -en-US dovsky of the St. Lucie County Commission, en-US Secretary Susan Adams from the Indian en-US River County Commission, Brevard County en-US Commissioner Curt Smith, and Martin en-US County Commissioner Ed Fielding.en-US The IRL includes three main water boden-US -en-US ies, Mosquito Lagoon, Banana River and the en-US Indian River Lagoon, none of which are en-US actually rivers. They have no headwaters en-US and no mouths. Rather, the Indian River en-US Lagoon is an estuary, a transitional environen-US -en-US ment between land and ocean. What makes en-US it a specific kind of estuary called a lagoon is en-US that it is shallow and separated from the en-US ocean by barrier islands.en-US For the photo contest, three entries may en-US be submitted per photographer. All must be en-US in landscape format and should use the en-US highest resolution your camera allows. More en-US specifics about format requirements can be en-US found at en-USwww.irlcounen-US -en-US cil.comen-US.en-US Contestants retain en-US all rights to their en-US images, but must en-US grant permission for en-US unrestricted use by en-US the Indian River en-US Lagoon National en-US Estuary Program and en-US IRL Council to use in en-US publications, educaen-US-en-US tional exhibits, and en-US online. Release signaen-US -en-US tures of any recognizen-US -en-US able persons in a phoen-US -en-US tograph are also en-US required.en-US It is strongly recen-US-en-US ommended that phoen-US-en-US tographers read the en-US full contest rules en-US before setting out to en-US take photos. If you en-US like to alter images, be en-US sure to read the rule en-US regarding which en-US kinds of alterations en-US are allowed.en-US The deadline for en-US entry is July 31, 2018. en-US For contest rules, en-US entry forms, and a en-US sample model release, visit en-USwww.irlcouncil. en-UScom, en-US where you can also learn more about en-US the lagoon. Another great website for en-US lagoon info is en-US www.onelagoon.orgen-US.en-US For more information about the contest or en-US the lagoon, contact Kathy Hill, Indian River en-US Lagoon National Estuary Program, en-UShill@irlen-US-en-US council.org, en-US (321) 536-6039.en-US Submit digital entries to en-US info@irlcouncil.en-US org.en-US Submit entries by mail to IRL Council, en-US 1235 Main St., Sebastian, FL 32958. FREE SUBSCRIPTION FREE DELIVERY MORE CIRCULATION MORE READERS MORE RESULTS! Call us at 866.913.6397or go to our website www.HometownNewsMC.com ** Going out of town? Still want the paper? No problem! Call us at the toll free number below for details! Marketing opportunities with other business leaders in the community Ribbon cutting ceremony with photo op and a tour of your business FREE 1/8-Page ad in the Hometown News for new membersFox, Wackeen, Dungy, Beard, Bush, Goldman, Waters, van Vonno, Robinson & McCluskey, LLP Tyson Waters 3473 SE Willoughby Blvd, Stuart, FL 34994 772-287-4444 twaters@foxwackeen.com Alzheimer's Community Care Amy Bromhead 1111 SE Federal Hwy, Ste 116 Stuart, FL 34997 772-223-6351 abromhead@alzcare.org Business Connections for a Positive Change Help the lagoon by taking photos en-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.com en-GBFREE SUBSCRIPTIONen-GBHometownNewsSLC.com

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en-US 12 Family Therapeutic Services and Assessments Inc. 819 SW Federal Hwy, 200B, Stuart, FL 34994 Familytherapeuticser@yahoo.com Familytherapeuticservicesandassessmentsinc.net STACEY HELLOW, PhdD, LCSW Psychotherapist Counseling Services (Therapy and Assessments) for Children aged 5 and up, and assisting parents in coping with divorce, blended families, and marital issues. CALL 772-529-0372 FOR FREE CONSULTATION Dr. Hellow is the CEO and provides social and psychological services to at risk adults, adolescents and children. She is a LCSW/Psychotherapist with a PhD in Psychology and Masters in Social Work. She is also certified in CIT/CIM and Family Mediation. Dr. Hellow has spent the past 23 years working with individuals, families, children, and adolescents. She started her career as a Victims Advocate helping victims of crime. She also specializes in treating individuals with Anxiety and Depression, Trauma/PTSD from Sexual or Physical abuse, as well as Blended Families, Divorce and Martial issues. She believes that early intervention can help transform children and their parents into empowered families and individuals. 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 Treated badly by a car dealer? Here's advice 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-USHen-USopefully the sales or service en-US experience with your car dealer en-US went well but, all too often, they en-US dont.en-US Now what? The advice I give you applies en-US to all business transactions, not just car en-US dealerships.en-US Your first step should be to communicate en-US your complaint ASAP to the General en-US Manager or, preferably, the owner. Be sure en-US that you are talking to the REAL owner or en-US the general manger. A General Manager is en-US over all employees in the entire company. A en-US general sales manager is not a General en-US Manager. If you cant reach the owner en-US (Many car dealerships are either publicly en-US owned or owned by absentee owners), ask en-US to see the General Manager. Often the en-US owner or General Manager is not aware of en-US everything that goes on with all of their en-US customers and employees. They might have en-US a new employee that should not have been en-US hired or received inadequate training. Or, en-US they may simply have a rotten apple that en-US should not be working there. The ease and en-US speed with which you can meet and speak en-US to a General Manager or an owner is a en-US pretty good measure of the integrity of the en-US company as whole. If the owner or General en-US Manager cares enough about her customers en-US to allow total access, it is probably a very en-US good place to do business. In fact, it is a en-US good idea to find this out before you do en-US business.en-US Second, if you cannot reach the owner or en-US General Manager, contact the manufacturer en-US who franchises the dealership. Car dealers en-US have a contract with the manufacturer en-US called a franchise agreement and this en-US contractual agreement requires that they en-US treat their customers with courtesy, en-US efficiency and integrity. Most manufacturen-US -en-US ers have a customer hotline, 800 number, en-US that allows you to call and register a en-US complaint directly. The owner or General en-US Manager of the dealership will be made en-US aware of your complaint. As you might en-US guess, the manufacturer has quite of bit of en-US clout with their dealer. If a dealer does not en-US live up to his side of the contract, his en-US franchise could be canceled or not renewed.en-US The third step I recommend, if numbers en-US one and two dont work, is to contact a en-US consumer agency like The Better Business en-US Bureau or the County Office of Consumer en-US Affairs. These agencies will send your en-US complaint to the dealership and request a en-US written reply. No car dealership or business en-US wants an unanswered complaint in the file en-US of a governmental or private consumer en-US agency.en-US The fourth step is to en-US call the Florida Departen-US -en-US ment of Motor en-US Vehicles, DMV, and/or en-US the Florida Attorney en-US Generals office. These en-US are extreme steps to be en-US used for serious, even en-US illegal, activities. The en-US DMV has the power to en-US suspend or cancel a en-US dealers motor vehicle en-US retail license, putting en-US him out of business. en-US The Attorney Generals en-US Office can file criminal en-US charges and assess en-US large fines, even jail terms. The DMV en-US phone number is (850) 617-2000 and the en-US Attorney Generals phone number is en-US 866-966-7226. You can access complaint en-US forms at this website,www.FloridaCen-US -en-US arDealerComplaints.com.en-US Your last resort is to contact an attorney. I en-US list this last because hiring an attorney just en-US about eliminates the possibility that you can en-US quickly, amicably and inexpensively resolve en-US your differences with the car dealer. Be very en-US careful which attorney you choose. Try to en-US choose one that is primarily interested in en-US helping you and not in generating large fees en-US for himself. Under the Florida Unfair and en-US Deceptive Trade Practices Act, an attorney en-US is entitled to his fees and costs from the en-US defendant in a lawsuit if he wins. These fees en-US can be much larger than the amount of your en-US claim, motivating an unethical attorney to en-US spend more time than is needed and en-US dragging out a case to generate more fees en-US than are necessary. This can be very dangeren-US -en-US ous for you because the car dealers en-US attorneys fees run roughly parallel to your en-US lawyers and you can be held liable for those en-US if you lose the case.en-US Hopefully you never have to resort to the en-US final step of hiring a lawyer. In trying steps en-US one, two, three and four try to present your en-US complaint as concisely and politely as en-US possible. You have every right to be angry en-US when you are taken advantage of, but try to en-US let your anger subside before you speak to en-US or write to someone about your problem. en-US We all react negatively to someone who is en-US profane, raises his voice, or is sarcastic. en-US Your goal of communicating and resolving en-US your complaint is best reached by commuen-US -en-US nicating clearly, politely and concisely. ON CARS en-USEARL STEWART

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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-US en-US Cat Yoga:en-US 11 a.m. to noon, Humane en-US Society of the Treasure Coast's Towl Building, en-US 4100 S.W. Leighton Farm Ave., Palm City. en-US Join a certified yoga instructor for a one-hour, en-US beginner-level Yoga with Cats class cats Harold Seay Thurs., July 5 Sat., July 7 David Goodman Fri., July 6Hours: Sun.-Thurs. 11-9 PM Fri. & Sat. 11-10 PM Closed Major Holidays 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. 08-31-18 HTN $5 OFF LUNCH OR DINNERMinumum Purchase of $25At Fresh Catch Seafood Grill. Not to be combined w/other discounts. Dine-in only. One coupon per table. Exp. 08-31-18 HTN. LIVE MUSIC Ha 4h July! ARIES March 21/April 20 en-USA motivated mind could be the inspiration you en-US need to progress with your tasks this week, en-US Aries. Take short breaks to maintain your en-US stamina and make it through.en-USTAURUS April 21/May 21en-USTaurus, you may be curious to explore new en-US places this week. New experiences can proen-US -en-US vide excitement and stimulation. Book your en-US plans now.en-USGEMINI May 22/June 21en-USGemini, seeking out new ideas and opportuen-US -en-US nities may boost your self-confidence and en-US contribute to personal growth. Don't shy away en-US from new experiences.en-USCANCER June 22/July 22en-USCancer, your confidence may have been wanen-US -en-US ing for some time, but this is the week to once en-US again grab the reins and realize that you are en-US more than capable.en-USLEO July 23/Aug. 23en-USLeo, a hectic personal and professional life en-US may be causing feelings of exhaustion. Take en-US some time for yourself to restore your energy en-US and put you in good health.en-USVIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22en-USVirgo, others may notice your good mood this en-US week. This may be a result of a deep sense of en-US purpose and satisfaction with where your life en-US is at this point in time.en-USLIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23en-USYour emotional responses to relationships en-US this week may make you appear more sensien-US -en-US tive, Libra. Don't worry about others' percepen-US -en-US tions of you in the days ahead.en-USHoroscopesen-USFourth of July events en-US from Stuart to Sebastian en-USTREASURE COAST The Treasure en-US Coast will be one big party on the Fourth of en-US July.en-US Stuart offers a 4th of July Picnic with en-US food, music, and games from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. en-US at Shepard Park, 600 SW Ocean Blvd, Stuen-US-en-US art.en-US Then, from 5:30-11 p.m., the city celebraen-US-en-US tion continues in Flagler Park and Flagler en-US Place, 201 SW Flagler Ave, Stuart. Fireen-US -en-US works start at 9 p.m. on a barge on the St en-US Lucie River.en-US During the day The Road to Victory en-US Museum will display military vehicles, hisen-US-en-US torical artifacts and provide traditional holen-US -en-US iday food and non-alcoholic drinks. en-US Rockn Riverwalk, 1-4 pm at the Riveren-US -en-US walk Stage behind 121 SW Flagler Ave, Stuen-US -en-US art will feature live music from Quick Fix.en-US Stuart Main Street will provide music on en-US the Riverwalk Stage from 5:30-11 p.m. Choen-US -en-US reographed display of fireworks from 9-9:30 en-US p.m. For more information, call (772) 286-en-US 2844.en-US Looking north into St. Lucie County, in en-US Port St. Lucie, the big bash is the Freedomen-US-en-US fest, Fireworks and VIP Party at Port St. en-US Lucie Civic Center Village Square, 9221 S.E. en-US Civic Center Place (southeast corner of U.S. en-US Highway 1 and Walton Rd.)en-US Freedomfest runs 2-10 p.m., with a VIP en-US party 6:30-8:30 p.m. and fireworks at 9 p.m.en-US Freedomfest features food, crafts, games, en-US inflatable activities and live music. Free en-US admission and parking.en-US Escape the heat and join the VIP party in en-US the Civic Centers Emerald Ballroom. Expeen-US-en-US rience fantastic food and front row seats on en-US the Civic Center terrace to watch the fireen-US-en-US works. The buffet is available from 7-8:30 en-US p.m. Full service cash bar. Tickets to the en-US VIP party are $30/adult; $10/children en-US (4-12); free (ages 3 and under) Tickets can en-US be purchased at the Civic Center box office en-US or by calling (772) 807-4488, or online at en-US www.cityofpsl.com/civic.en-US Fort Pierce also promises a full day of en-US fun.en-US Start the day there with the Fourth of July en-US Boat Parade from noon-1:30 p.m., by the en-US Fort Pierce Yacht Club, 700 N. Indian River en-US Dr., Fort Pierce. The parade is open to the en-US public, and all boats (large and small) are en-US welcome to participate. There is no fee to en-US enter your boat. To participate, decorate en-US your boat in patriotic red, white and blue en-US then meet up with other boats in the Fort en-US Pierce turning basin at 11:30 a.m. Boaters en-US will line up behind the Fort Pierce Yacht en-US Club lead boat. The parade starts at noon. en-US The parade of patriotic boats will head East Out en-GB en-GB&en-GB en-GBabout en-USSeeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 15en-US Seeen-US en-US SCOPESen-US, page 15en-USFRIDAY, JUNE 29, 2018 en-US MARTIN COUNTYen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSMC.COM PAGE 13en-USDining en-US &en-US Entertainment By Mike Winikoff en-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.comen-USSeeen-US en-US FOURTHen-US page 19

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en-US 14 en-USSen-USalads have been with us from the times en-US of the Babylonians when they would en-US use oil and vinegar to season greens. en-US Hippocrates, the ancient Greek physien-US -en-US cian, believed salads were healthy to eat and en-US should be served first as they would slip en-US through the system easily and make room en-US for other foods. By the way, the Greek en-US salads we all enjoy today are not what the en-US ancient Greek or modern Greeks eat for en-US salad. A true Greek salad, or what is called a en-US peasasnt salad, is made with tomatoes, en-US green peppers, onions, cucumbers, feta en-US cheese, seasoning, olive oil and vinegar. en-US There were no greens used at all. It has been en-US Americanized throughout the years. en-US Salad comes from the Latin word herba en-US salta or salted herbs. The Romans would en-US eat greens with a dressing containing a lot en-US of salt. Salads have a rich history. Each en-US generation of civilizations have left their en-US mark on this corner of the culinary world, en-US however, through the ages, the salad en-US remained greens or cooked vegetables with en-US large amounts of oil, a little vinegar, and en-US seasoning. They were served wet. en-US It wasnt until the early part of the 20th en-US century that Americans brought the lowly en-US salad to great heights with the development en-US of salad dressings. Commercial dressing en-US and sauces were not available until Joe en-US Marzetti, a restaurant owner in 1896, began en-US serving a variety of dressings to his en-US customers. He eventually went on to bottle en-US these dressings and sell them to the public. en-US Richard Hellmann, a deli owner in New en-US York, began selling his blue ribbon en-US mayonnaise to the public after a strong en-US consumer demand.en-US The American public took it from there. en-US Ambrosia, carrot, chicken, shrimp, Cobb, en-US cole slaw, potato salad, Waldorf and, of en-US course, a great milestone in salad history: en-US Jell-O salads! In 1930, lime Jell-O was en-US introduced, which triggered decades of en-US molded salads. en-US Salads are popular because they are en-US healthy and easy to prepare. They have en-US evolved into an appetizer, entre or dessert. en-US The ingredients can be anything you want en-US to mix together with the appropriate en-US dressing. I love to take leftovers and make en-US salads. With that in mind, I have included en-US some simple dressing recipes you can make en-US at home to add to anything you want to mix en-US together, well almost anything. Meatballs en-US and spaghetti I think should just be en-US reheated.en-USRANCH DRESSING en-US1-1/3 cupsen-US 1 cup mayonnaiseen-US 1/3-cup buttermilken-US 2 teaspoons garlic salten-US 1/2-teaspoon ground peppersen-US 2 tablespoons dried parsleyen-US 1 teaspoon vinegaren-US 1 scallion, cut smallen-US Place all ingredients in a bowl and mix en-US well. Refrigerate.en-US BLUE CHEESE DRESSING en-US2-4 servingsen-US 1/2-pound blue cheeseen-US 1 cup mayonnaiseen-US 3/4-cup sour creamen-US 1/2 lemon, juiceden-US splash of hot sauceen-US Place all ingredients in a bowl and mix en-US well. Refrigerate.en-USHONEY MUSTARD DRESSING en-US12 servingsen-US 3/4-cup mayonnaiseen-US 2 tablespoons mustarden-US 3 tablespoons honeyen-US 1 tablespoon lemon juiceen-US Place all ingredients in a bowl and mix en-US well. Refrigerate.en-USRASPBERRY VINAIGRETTE en-US12 servings Two Locations 7820 Lost River Road Stuart 1624 SE Federal Hwy Stuart Lost River Location Only LARGE CHEESE PIZZA $8.99 (Mon. Wed.)For Business Hours & Special Events Call:772-872-7333or visit: www.laforchetta.netBuy one entree and get a second one 25% o with this ad.Expires 7-6-18 Not to be combined with other oers. Not valid Fridays or Saturdays. Must have original ad, no copies.+ tax Take-out only 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, Stuart Enjoy our barbecued rib platter and live music from 3 to 7pm CONCERTS IN THE POCKET EVERY WEDNESDAY STARTING AT 7:00 PM AT THE TIKI BAR Mention this ad for 15% off expires 7-31-18 I love salads, do you? CHEF COSTA'S en-USCOOKING CORNERen-USCOSTA MAGOULAS en-USSeeen-US en-US COOKINGen-US page 16

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en-US 15 en-USSCORPIO Oct. 24/Nov. 22en-USScorpio, this week you may be inclined to engage en-US in something that expresses your creative spirit. en-US Immerse yourself in nature and beautiful things en-US for inspiration.en-USSAGITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21en-USSagittarius, you may be tempted to make hasty en-US decisions as your patience begins to wane. Resist en-US this temptation, as it may only complicate maten-US -en-US ters.en-USCAPRICORN Dec. 22/Jan. 20en-USCapricorn, devote some time this week to creating en-US more balance in your life. Balance can contribute en-US to greater quality of life and overall happiness.en-USAQUARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18en-USAquarius, a desire to be with others this week can en-US lead to new relationships. Embrace any opportuen-US -en-US nities to connect with someone new, going outen-US -en-US side your comfort zone if need be.en-USPISCES Feb. 19/March 20en-USDeadlines regarding work projects have you feelen-US -en-US ing apprehensive, Pisces. Do not be held hostage en-US to your worries. Divert your thoughts elsewhere. 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 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 7-31-18 Mon-Fri 11 am til 9pm Sat-Sun 2pm til 9 pm LUNCHES starting at $5.95Cuisine 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 1429 SE Federal Hwy (between Colorado & Monterey) Stuart | 772-324-8287 Download our AppLet Us Cater Your Next Event! $7.99Served Everyday from open to close! Big Breakfast Meal Deal with Coffee!Two eggs, red bliss potatoes, toast, bacon or sausage AND Coffee OR One giant buttermilk pancake, bacon or sausage AND Coffee Breakfast Farm to Table Lunch 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 en-US Catch! Brody Smith, en-US9, and Lee en-US Moss, from en-US Jensen Beach, en-US caught this en-US speckled en-US perch Crapen-US-en-US pie in Lake en-US Placid. en-USwill roam freely among class participants en-US and probably curl up for a nap on the yoga en-US mats. Classes are limited to 25 students. en-US Minimum age is 16. Your $20 class fee will en-US go directly to the care of the cats and kittens en-US in the shelter. en-US For more information, call en-US (772) 600-3211 or email en-US czanetti@hstc1.en-US org.en-GBTHROUGH SUNDAY, JULY 1en-GB en-GB 'The Producers:'en-GB Enjoy the Mel Brooks en-GB musical presented by StarStruck Academy & en-GB Theatre, 2101 S. Kanner Highway, Stuart. en-GB Shows are 7 p.m. Thursday through en-GB Saturday, 2 p.m. Saturday, and 3 p.m. en-GB Sunday. Tickets are $19.99-$39.99. en-GB For en-GB tickets, call (772) 283-7787 or visit en-GB https://en-GB starstruckfl.com/en-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-USWEDNESDAY, JULY 4en-GB en-GB City of Stuart's Fourth of July events:en-GB en-GB Picnic/barbecue in Shepard Park from 12-3 en-GB p.m. with games and music, all under the en-GB pavilion, 600 S.W. Ocean Blvd., Stuart. Then, en-GB from 5:30-11 p.m., the city celebration en-GB continues in Flagler Park and Flagler Place. en-GB During the day The Road to Victory Museum en-GB will display military vehicles, historical en-GB artifacts and provide traditional holiday food en-GB and non-alcoholic drinks. Stuart Main Street en-USScopesen-USFrom page 13en-USOuten-USFrom page 13 en-USSeeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 18

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en-US 16 en-US1 cup balsamic vinegaren-US 1 cup olive oilen-US 1 teaspoon dried basilen-US dash pepperen-US Cook vinegar over medium heat until it en-US begins to thicken. Add remaining ingredien-US -en-US ents and mix well. Set aside to cool.en-USOREGANO SCENTED CREAM en-US1 cupen-US 1 tablespoon dried oreganoen-US 1 teaspoon salten-US 1 cup heavy creamen-US 2 tablespoons lemon juiceen-US Add all the ingredients together in a bowl en-US and mix well. Let rest. The cream will en-US thicken in 5-10 minutes. Spoon over salads en-US of choice.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@en-US daytonastate.edu. 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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Learn more at www.EarlStewartToyota.com800-378-5111 Dr. Justin Madigan3087 SW Martin Downs Blvd.,Palm City Open late during the week. $49for 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 necessary. Oer expires 7-13-18Were 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! 772-291-1392Headaches? Neck Pain? Vertigo? Are you tired of automatic updates? en-USIen-USf there is one computer issue I can name en-US that annoys both Windows users and en-US Mac users alike it would have to be en-US automatic updates. en-US If youve used a computer for any length en-US of time youve experienced annoying en-US messages that pop up telling you that one en-US program or another needs to update and en-US usually the message is worded in such a way en-US as to make you believe that if you ignore the en-US message horrible things will happen. One of en-US the worst offenders has got to be Adobe en-US with their Flash and Adobe Reader en-US update messages popping up on an almost en-US daily basis. en-US What gives? Why is it that you can hardly en-US make it through a day without some en-US program interrupting your workflow en-US nagging you about an update and insisting en-US that you need it? Does ignoring update en-US messages lead down the path of doom or en-US are these constant messages just noise that en-US can safely be ignored? en-US Well, I have some theories that should en-US answer these questions. en-US First, I like to categorize updates into two en-US slots the first being important updates en-US that are dangerous to ignore and the en-US second slot for updates that are trivial and en-US safe to ignore (until actually needed). en-US Lets talk about the first category; why en-US ignoring them can lead down the road to en-US peril and what you should do about them. I en-US categorize things like operating system en-US updates and antivirus updates as important en-US dont ignore. When you see a message en-US telling you that Windows has x amount of en-US updates available or (if you are running a en-US Mac) important operating system updates en-US are available, set aside some time to apply en-US these updates because the operating system en-US is the one central part of the computer that en-US governs everything. en-US Quite often these updates are patches en-US that correct known bugs and often plug en-US security holes that viruses and malware can en-US take advantage of to infect your system. en-US Ignoring these operating system updates en-US can leave you vulnerable to malware or en-US other problems that the updates just may en-US fix. And the fact of the matter is, if your en-US computer is up and running, you are using en-US the operating system so its not like its an en-US update for a program you never use. en-US Antivirus updates are in the same en-US category they are important and ignoring en-US them can leave your system open to attack en-US from viruses that you may encounter as you en-US surf the Internet. Think of it this way en-US every day new viruses are released into the en-US wild and it takes the antivirus companies a en-US while to come up with a definition for these en-US new threats. Its these definitions that are en-US included in the antivirus updates and en-US applying these updates is the only way your en-US antivirus program can recognize (and en-US block!) new threats as you encounter them en-US online. Sure, were all vulnerable to the new en-US threats that havent been defined yet but en-US ignoring the antivirus updates leaves you en-US vulnerable to threats that have already been en-US discovered. If your antivirus software en-US doesnt update itself automatically, ignoring en-US the update messages is just asking for an en-US infection. en-US OK, so weve covered the first category, en-US lets talk about the second; updates that are en-US safe to ignore. en-US On every computer there are hundreds of en-US programs installed. Some programs are en-US used daily and some hardly ever get used at en-US all but all programs have one thing in en-US common they are all written by people en-US and most of them are working 9 to 5 at their en-US programming job. When they write a en-US program and then distribute their program en-US to the masses its not over for them. If it en-US were, they would have to look for a new job en-US every time they finished a program. No, en-US what happens is after they release a en-US program when they show up for work the en-US next day they have to do something to en-US justify their salaries so what do they do? en-US They keep working on the program that en-US theyve already released and push these en-US adjustments out as updates. en-US Now again, this is just a theory but its en-US served me well over the years. Keeping that en-US in mind I adopt the attitude of if its not en-US broke, dont fix it and ignore the cacophoen-US -en-US ny of update messages that all the other en-US programs on my machine make and only en-US apply non operating system or non en-US antivirus updates when Im having en-US problems with that particular program. Its en-US a philosophy that has yet to let me down.en-US Contact Sean McCarthy at 888-752-9049 en-US or en-US help@ComputeThisOnline.com COMPUTE THIS en-USSEAN MCCARTHY en-USCookingen-USFrom page 14

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en-US 18 en-GBwill provide music on the Riverwalk Stage en-GB from 5:30-11 p.m. Choreographed display of en-GB fireworks from 9-9:30 p.m. en-GB For more en-GB information, call (772) 286-2844.en-USTHURSDAY, JULY 5en-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, JULY 6en-GB en-GB Movie Night:en-GB 6-9:30 p.m., Childrens en-GB Museum of the Treasure Coast, 1707 N.E. en-GB Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach. Parents en-GB can drop kids off at the museum for a night en-GB of dinner, drinks, popcorn, a movie, and time en-GB to explore the museum. Meant for ages en-GB 4-12. $15 for members; $20 for non-memen-GB -en-GB bers. Space is limited, register early to en-GB secure a spot. en-GB Call the museum at (772) en-GB 225-7575, Ext. 208 to register.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 7-10 p.m., on the en-GB first Friday evening every month. Open to the en-GB public. Admission is $11. en-GBFor more informaen-GB-en-GB tion and updates, visit en-GB www.usadancemaren-GB -en-GB tin-stlucie.org, en-GB search on Facebook for "USA en-GB Dance #6047-Martin-St. Lucie," or email en-GB usad6047info@gmail.comen-USTHURSDAY, JULY 12en-GB en-GB Fanfest 2018:en-GB Teens are invited to join en-GB the fourth annual Fanfest, featuring a en-GB cosplay contest, cospital, DIY crafts, video en-GB games and more. Held from 5:30-7:30 p.m., en-GB Armstrong Wing, en-GBBlake Library, 2351 S.E. en-GB Monterey Road, Stuart. en-GB For more informaen-GB-en-GB tion, contact library staff at (772) 288-5702 en-GB or en-GB blake_pub_serv@martin.fl.usen-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, JULY 13en-GB en-GB Animals Rock @ Your Library: Florida's en-GB Vanishing Species: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 present en-GB reasons for the decline of numerous locally en-GB threatened & endangered animals. Confiscaen-GB -en-GB tions are used, including shells, skins & en-GB decorative items. Children can meet en-GB members of their Teaching Team. en-GB For more en-GB information, contact library staff at (772) en-GB 288-2551 or email en-GB palm@martin.fl.ussen-USSATURDAY, JULY 14en-GB en-GB The Pirates' Treasure Adventure:en-GB A en-GB Summer reading show for children of all en-GB ages, featuring interactive participation, en-GB balloons, magic and comedy. Pirate Pete has en-GB lost his precious treasure and he needs you en-GB to help him find it! Two shows presented by en-GB James Chartier. First is at 10:30-11:30 a.m., en-GB Anderson Community Room, Morgade en-GB Library, 5851 SE Community Drive, Stuart. en-GB Second is at 3-4 p.m., Community Room, en-GB Lahti Library, 15200 S.W. Adams Ave., en-GB Indiantown. en-GB Contact Morgade library staff at en-GB (772) 463-3245 or en-GB mid_cty@martin.fl.us, en-GB and contact Lahti library staff at (772) 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-USNita Newman en-US and Margaret en-US Bloeser took en-US their copy of en-US Hometown News en-US along to Jamaien-US-en-US ca. Here they en-US are pictured at en-US the waterfalls on en-US their seven day en-US cruise. The en-US cruise included en-US Haiti, Jamaica en-US and Mexico. en-US Thanks for en-US taking 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-USOuten-USFrom page 15en-US Seeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 19

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en-US 19 en-USup the Inlet to the Square Grouper then turn en-US back, heading back into the basin, then turn en-US North and head out past the City Marina en-US where they will disperse. For more informaen-US-en-US tion, contact Diane Korbey at (772) 678-en-US 1623 or visit en-US www.fortpierceyachtclub.comen-US .en-US The Dyer Chevrolet 4th of July Blow Out en-US on the Water at the new Causeway Cove en-US Marina will be a great spot to watch the en-US downtown Fort Pierce fireworks and enjoy en-US live music by Johnny Debt, Big Pine Band & en-US Man Made Weather. en-US There will be plenty of vendors, food en-US trucks, and craft beer, wine and spirits. en-US Bring chairs and blankets and come early to en-US get the best spots.en-US Part of the proceeds will go to Future 6, a en-US local charity helping to provide children en-US with disabilities opportunities to participate en-US in free ocean-centric programs focused on en-US natural confidence building and fun physien-US -en-US cal exercise. Doors open at 4 pm. $10 per car en-US load to get in and park.en-US Also in Fort Pierce is the Stars Over St. en-US Lucie 4th of July Celebration. Live bands, en-US food, arts & crafts vendors, childrens activien-US -en-US ties, face painting from 6-9:30 p.m. at Marien-US -en-US na Square, 1 Avenue A, Fort Pierce.en-US Common Ground Vineyard Church will en-US present historic military demonstrations en-US with replica Civil War cannon that they will en-US shoot off at 6 p.m., 7 p.m., 8 p.m. and 9 p.m., en-US just in time to begin the fireworks show. For en-US more information, contact Main Street Fort en-US Pierce (772) 466-3880 or visit en-US www.mainen-US -en-US streetfortpierce.orgen-US Food trucks will be at River Walk Center, en-US 600 N Indian River Dr, Fort Pierce, 5-9:30 en-US p.m. Have dinner and dessert with some of en-US the best South Florida food trucks. Bring a en-US lawn chair or blanket. Watch the fireworks en-US over the water from the River Walk Center en-US at 9 p.m.en-US Other good spots to watch the Fort Pierce en-US fireworks include Cobbs Landing, The en-US Original Tiki Bar & Restaurant, and Jaycee en-US Park.en-US Heading farther north, Sebastians Freeen-US-en-US dom Festival runs 8:30 a.m.-9 p.m. in Riveren-US -en-US view Park, 600 U.S. 1. en-US The 46th Annual 4th of July Parade will en-US begin at the Sebastian Community Center en-US and the Sebastian Masonic Lodge at 1805 en-US Jackson St., proceeding east on Davis St. and en-US south of Indian River Drive to Riverview en-US Park. The parade begins at 8:30 a.m.en-US Following the parade, there will be festivien-US -en-US ties in the park including live entertainment, en-US food, craft booths, and vendors, with fireen-US -en-US works at dusk. For more information about en-US the Sebastian parade, email en-USTonya291@aol.en-US comen-US or en-US nm2101@yahoo.com.en-US In Vero Beach, the celebration runs 4-10 en-US p.m. in Riverside Park, 3200 Riverside Park en-US Dr. Bring your blankets and chairs and settle en-US in for hours of live music featuring Leslie en-US Cours Mather, Corbette Jackson and JessLee en-US from The Voice.en-US The event will include free parking, free en-US admission, food trucks, and lifeguards sellen-US -en-US ing beer and wine. Children will have an en-US area to play complete with a bounce house. en-US There will be fireworks at 9 p.m. by Mullien-US -en-US gans Beach House. Personal fireworks will en-US not be permitted.en-US If you want something a bit more energeten-US -en-US ic, consider a sunset paddle and fireworks en-US with Paddles by the Sea. Try a sunset paddle en-US for an hour or two, then come back to the en-US dock to watch fireworks. Theres a great en-US view of Veterans Island, without having to en-US negotiate all the boat traffic.en-US Riverside Caf is at the end of the dock to en-US purchase food and drinks. All levels of paden-US -en-US dlers are welcome, from first timers to pros. en-US If youre a first time paddler theyll be giving en-US lessons. Cost is $50 for a paddle board/en-US kayak and lesson. For more info email en-US paden-US -en-US dlesbythesea@gmail.comen-US or call (772) 444-en-US 7871. Paddles By The Sea is located at 3321 en-US Bridge Plaza Dr., Vero Beach. CALL FOR SHOWING 772-207-4599772-207-4599 SENIORS, WANT FIND OUT WHAT THERE IS TO DO IN HOBE SOUND? Connect with other Seniors, Local Businesses & More! 1st ANNUAL SENIOR DAY JUNE 29th.....11am-2pm HOBE SOUND LIBRARY 10595 SE FEDERAL HWY HOBE SOUND, FL 33455 Exhibitors, Give-Aways, Goody Bags, Crafts, Speakers, Healthy Recipes, Games & more! For more info call 772-631-7550 Sponsored by In His Love Church & Ministries Have a church event? Want to see your congregation grow? Place your ad in our weekly religion section. 1-800-823-0466 Fourth en-USFrom page 13en-GB 597-4200 or en-GB indian@martin.fl.usen-USSATURDAY, JULY 14 SUNDAY, JULY 15en-US en-US Free summer movies:en-US Showing 'My Fair en-US Lady' and 'The Greatest Showman' at The en-US Lyric Theatre, 59 S.W. Flagler Ave., Stuart. en-US 'My Fair Lady' show times are 3 p.m. en-US Saturday and 5 p.m. Sunday. 'The Greatest en-US Showman' show times are 7 p.m. Saturday en-US and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets for these movies en-US are available only by visiting the Lyric Theatre en-US box office; seating is on a first-come, en-US first-serve basis. The free tickets are limited en-US to four per person and are subject to en-US availability. Summer box office hours are en-US Monday thru Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and en-US two hours prior to show times. en-US For more en-US information, call (772) 286-7827 or visit en-US www.lyrictheatre.comen-USSUNDAY, JULY 15en-GB en-GB Libraries Rock Paleo Discoveries:en-GB en-GB 10:30-11:30 a.m., Armstrong Wing, Blake en-GB Library, 2351 S.E. Monterey Road, Stuart. en-GB Join Fred Mazza of Paleo Discoveries for a en-GB Fossil Show and Tell of rare and unusual en-GB fossils along with question and answer en-GB session, plus a fossil exploration and dig. en-GB Participants can find numerous fossils en-GB including shark teeth, bones, fish remains, en-GB stingray spines and teeth, shells and many en-GB other remains of ancient marine life. Any en-GB fossils found are yours to keep and bring en-GB home. en-GB For more information, contact library en-GB staff at (772) 288-5702 oren-GB Library@martin.en-GB fl.usen-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-USOuten-USFrom page 18en-US Seeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 20

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en-US 20 en-USTen-UShis weekend I stepped outside and en-US came to a quick conclusion. Its en-US getting darn hot out there and the en-US sun can be relentless. Just a few minutes en-US outside was enough to make my cheeks a en-US little red. In just those few moments I en-US realized that I should have protected my en-US skin from the damage that the sun and UV en-US rays cause.en-US For those of us that work indoors, we en-US really dont consider how much damage the en-US sun can do to us in the short time we spend en-US in our cars, walking in from the parking lot en-US or the like. Yet, regardless of how little time en-US you spend outside, you need to consider en-US applying sunscreen.en-US As golfers, we spend a lot of time in the en-US elements subjecting our skin to tremendous en-US danger. If you dont already take precauen-US -en-US tions to prevent skin damage, the time to en-US start is now! Its time to pay attention to en-US your skin, make an effort to protect it, and en-US allow yourself a healthier future.en-US For those of us that work outside or play en-US outdoor sports, applying sunscreen to your en-US face, neck, arms and so forth hopefully has en-US become as routine as brushing your teeth en-US or putting on deodorant. With sunscreen en-US now available in convenient sprays and en-US sticks, its easy to apply quickly and without en-US getting your hands greasy.en-US One in five Americans will develop skin en-US cancer during his or her lifetime and more en-US than one million Americans are diagnosed en-US with skin cancer each year. Statistics show en-US that nearly every hour someone in America en-US will die of melanoma. Of all cancers, skin en-US cancer is the most common and nearly half en-US of all Americans who live to age 65 will en-US develop skin cancer. These are scary en-US numbers. Fortunately, skin cancer is the en-US easiest to prevent and cure if detected early.en-US The key to preventing and curing skin en-US cancer is early detection and use of en-US sunscreens to protect your skin. The most en-US common warning sign of skin cancer is a en-US change in the appearance of the skin, such en-US as a new growth or a sore that will not heal.en-US Studies show that just one sunburn will en-US double your risk of developing skin cancer. en-US Children are especially at risk. On average, en-US anyone under the age of 18 has three times en-US the sun exposure of an adult. en-US Melanomas are especially deadly as they en-US tend to spread quickly throughout the en-US entire body. Basal and Squamous cell en-US cancers are much less deadly, but can leave en-US your skin scarred.en-US When you know that you are going to be en-US spending time outside, you should apply en-US sunscreen at least 30 minutes prior to your en-US activity. Its also best to reapply every two to en-US three hours or immediately after getting out en-US of the water. While any sunscreen is better en-US than none, experts recommend using at en-US least a 30 SPF rated sunscreen.en-US Something many people forget to protect en-US is their lips. We now have lip balm with en-US sunscreen available to us. Just as your lips en-US can dry out and chap during the winter, en-US they can also burn from the Sun at any time en-US during the year.en-US As golfers, we tend to ignore the sun, en-US especially when it isnt too hot outside. We en-US feel that a simple cap or riding in a cart en-US protects us from the worst the sun has to en-US offer. This simply isnt true. In fact, as much en-US as 80 percent of the suns rays penetrate en-US clouds, mist and even fog.en-US Sun damage causes premature aging, en-US wrinkles, age spots and dry skin. None of us en-US want to age, much less age faster than en-US nature intended. Look at some of the older en-US guys on Tour and you can tell which ones en-US spent years without protecting themselves.en-US The most often used excuse for not en-US putting on sunscreen is that it will leave en-US your hands greasy and make gripping the en-US club difficult. Companies have found ways en-US for us sports-happy people to apply en-US sunscreen without dirtying our hands. en-US Sprays are one of the most convenient en-US methods for application. I happen to prefer en-US the stick. It never touches my hands and en-US goes on with just a swipe. I think that I get en-US better coverage with it and it fits neatly into en-US my bag.en-US For extra protection for your face, neck en-US and ears, wear a hat with a wide brim, not a en-US baseball-style cap. There are even special en-US clothing products available to keep your en-US body cool, while covering your arms and en-US neck.en-US Our world is changing and whether you en-US believe in global warming or not, you must en-US remember to protect your skin. en-US We all want to live long, healthy lives. If en-US you suspect that you have already damaged en-US your skin from sun exposure or your skin en-US shows any warning signs, by all means, visit en-US your doctor or dermatologist for a check en-US up. 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. Answers Located in the Classied Section Don't forget to protect your skin daily GOLF en-USJAMES STAMMER en-USsold 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., on the en-GB third Sunday every month. Open to the en-GB public. Admission is $11. en-GBFor more informaen-GB-en-GB tion and updates, visit en-GB www.usadancemaren-GB -en-GB tin-stlucie.org, en-GB search on Facebook for "USA en-GB Dance #6047-Martin-St. Lucie," or email en-GB usad6047info@gmail.comen-USOuten-USFrom page 19

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en-US 24 rf rnntbtbtn 710HousesforSale r frrrrf rfntnb nrr f nn nbnbbb nb 701OpenHouses 710HousesforSale nntbtn bb ftttb rrrrf r rfrn bb nbbbn nbbnnb bb b ftn b 730Manufactured HomesforSale n tn b t t nb b rrrrf frn b bnn nbbn n rtb n b bnb 730Manufactured HomesforSale rrrrf n fn t nbb 802Rooms& Roommates 795Misc.RealEstate Services n rrrrf rn t bbnt tnbnbbff nbnbn b 805Apartments/ Condos 795Misc.RealEstate Services nb btbbnb bbbnn nn ntn bt nb tnbbn 895Misc.Rental Services tnbt t nbbrrrrf rrrrf n tbn rr bb bn nb rrfn b tnrn bbn tb tn tbn tbnbbnfb bbbtbf 299miscNATIONAL Ads 940RV/Travel Trailers/Campers r bn nfb bnbb 915Automobiles TRANSPORTATION nrtr n tbn n nnb btntnb bbn tbn rr rrt nbn nnnb nt n rnnbn nbb 299miscNATIONAL Ads 940RV/Travel Trailers/Campers nrnr bb n bbnn nbnb nb 915Automobiles br br bt bnbbbf bnb frbttn b nr bnbtbn n bnb nbb tnbb b bn 299miscNATIONAL Ads nntbtn bb ftttb rrrrf nrn b f b bbbn bbn bnb b nrn nbb bnbb ttnnb nb b nrn n bbn fn bbb bnbnb 920Automobiles Wanted rt bnbn bnn bb b nbtb ntbnbf tr nbfbnt bn bnb tbf 299miscNATIONAL Ads n rrrrf rnr nfbbn tbnn b nb nbnff ntrr r nb nb bnbnn f rnr n bbb nbbn nbn bb 920Automobiles Wanted tnt n rf n bbn rbbtb fntbnb nrrbb ntrbtbn rf n btnbn bbbb bbnb tnbbnn bnbn rr 299miscNATIONAL Ads nbb nnbnbbnrn nn n 962Boats/Watercraft tb nrnr fr bn tbbnnn b 950Trucks/Vans b r n nbb nbbbf n 940RV/Travel Trailers/Campers rrrrf frtrnr tbntbn bfn b rb bnbn bnbbb n bn b bttnbn brnn rbbnb rnt bnnb nbn bnbnb nt bb nnbbn r bnb bnn nf bbtt tnb tnnb b n nb tbnn bbb nbnb bnn nb n r n btbn nbb bnbnb bnn nb rr tbnb nn nbttbn tbnbn bbb n bntn nbnn bn 299miscNATIONAL Ads n tn n rrrrf nntb tnb b ft ttbrrrrf b r bnfn tnn br b b ftnbb b r bnfn tnn br b b ftnbb br n nbnb n bb nb frtrnr tbntbn bfn 299miscNATIONAL Ads r b b bnb b n 630Misc.Financial BUSINESS& FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITIES