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Libraries to offer
Medicare 101
seminars
Two St. Lucie County
libraries will offer free
Medicare 101 seminars this
November.
Friday, Nov. 15 at 10 a.m.
Morningside Branch
Library, 2410 SE Morning-
side Blvd., Port St. Lucie.
Thursday, Nov. 21 at 1
p.m. Fort Pierce Branch
Library, 101 Melody Lane,
Fort Pierce.
Presented by the Florida
Department of Elder
Affairs, these free work-
shops will cover:
Introduction to
Medicare
Original Medicare (parts
A&B)
*Medicare Supplemental
Insurance (Medigaps)
*Medicare Advantage
Plans (Part C)
Medicare Prescription
Drug coverage (part D)
Financial Assistance
Programs
The Medicare 101 work-
shops are part of the SHINE
Program, which supports
the Florida Department of
Elder Affairs' mission by
providing free and unbi-
ased health insurance
counseling through a dedi-
cated network of volun-
teers, empowering Florida
seniors to make informed
healthcare choices.
For more information
about library programs
visit: http://library.stlu-
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Safe haven for runaways


focuses on prevention


By Anna-Marie Menhenott
news@hometownnewsol.com
TREASURE COAST The hun-
dreds of homeless teens on the
Treasure Coast and Okeechobee
have a safe place to go when it
seems there's nowhere to turn.
The youth usually leave their
homes because of family disputes
or literally are running for their
lives to escape abuse. When they
run, they often end up living in
abandoned buildings or sleeping
on park benches.
Many also turn to petty crimes
to survive and are exposed to
infectious diseases, such as tuber-
culosis, hepatitis and AIDS. But
there's a safe haven which pro-
vides youth with much more than
a warm bed and safe shelter. It
helps them heal and work through
life challenges to regain hope.
WaveCREST provides short-
term shelter and counseling to
some of the most endangered
children in the area. Although the
facility can only house up to 12
children, from age 11-17, at a time,
the shelter helps hundreds a year.
"The children who show up on
our door are in dire need of servic-
es," said Kristi Walsh, program
supervisor. "We have children who
feel like things at home can't be
fixed to children who have run
away from other states. We take
them in, feed them, give them a
place to sleep and then we work
on what the root of the problem is.
For some it's a fight with mom and
dad, but for some it's something
more, such as abuse."
The rules at WaveCREST follow
those of Boys Town. Each child at
the facility must earn points for
good behavior. At the end of the


week, the points can be used to go
on field trips to local museums or
the movie theatre.
"I find that each one of the kids
that walk through the door is in
need of some sort of structure,"
Ms. Walsh said. "We show then
what is expected each day. They
have chores to do and they help
out with cooking, cleaning, laun-
dry and general up-keep. This isn't
a free service for them. They are


Photo courtesy of WaveCREST
Staff members of WaveCREST show off their green flip flops in support of
November's National Runaway Prevention Month


University,


school district


partner
By Kevin A. Adkins
Special for Hometown News
ST. LUCIE COUNTY- On the Fort Pierce Central High
School campus sits a very special satellite campus of
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's main campus in
Daytona Beach.
The Embry-Riddle St. Lucie County Aerospace and
Engineering Academy is the result of a joint partnership
between the St. Lucie County School District and Embry-
Riddle Aeronautical University.
This unique program allows St. Lucie County students
to dual enroll in collegiate-level coursework while con-
currently completing their high school curriculum. The
AEA is overseen by director and Embry-Riddle Daytona
Beach professor Kevin Adkins who maintains a full-time
presence on the St. Lucie campus. This is Professor
Adkins' third year leading the program which is now
entering its fifth year.
"The St. Lucie County Aerospace and Engineering
Academy's central goal is to attract average to above
average high school students into careers related to sci-
ence, technology, engineering and mathematics," said
Professor Adkins. "While in the program, students earn
college credit and build a college transcript that is undif-
ferentiated from a student on our main campus. Besides
allowing the students an opportunity to undertake chal-
lenging coursework in math, science, aviation and engi-
neering, the program provides students an opportunity
to explore a variety of STEM careers, develop problem
solving skills, and learn college success strategies."
Along with working with the students in the class-
room, Adkins, along with colleagues from the University,
assist students and their families as early as a student's
See SCHOOLS, A3


home
like it in the area.
Children who take up residence
at the facility are bussed to school
each day, with the exception of
those who live in Okeechobee.
Those students are given packages
of work so they don't fall behind in
their studies.
"We take the children to school
every day, so it can become chal-
lenging," Ms. Walsh said. "At any
given time there are high school
children from Sebastian to middle
school kids in Hobe Sound. We
bus them to school and pick them
up. It's important that they contin-
ue to have a sense of normalcy
while they deal with whatever
problems they're having at home."
Each day the children attend a
group counseling session to try to
put them in the right direction.
Once the child leaves the facility,
they are followed for up to a year.
The return rate is extremely low,
something Ms. Walsh and her staff
are very proud of.
"We take pride knowing that we
are able to help these children
work things out with their fami-
lies. Sometime all they need is a
break and someone else's perspec-
tive on a situation. If the problems
are more serious, we take the steps
to help them," Ms. Walsh said.
"Our main goal is to prevent the

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The start of a great year
Cameron Francois,
4, takes a closer
look at Sheriff Hope
A. Long at Morning-
S side Head Start in
Port St Lucie. The
event welcomed
students to school
with the Kids at
Hope Tunnel on
Thursday, Oct.31,
encouraging them
to have great school
day and year. The
Tunnel of Hope is
organized by the
Round Table of St.
Lucie County. The
Round Table's Kids
at Hope initiative is
funded by the
Children's Services
Council of St. Lucie
V County, the United
Way of St. Lucie
County, and the Roy
A. Hunt Foundation.


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Muster taking place at SEAL museum this weekend


By Anna-Marie Menhenott
news@hometownnewsol.com
TREASURE COAST -
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War II loomed over the
United States and it was
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elite group of servicemen
ascended on the beaches
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Beach so ally forces could
gain entrance into France
and subsequently launch
an attack on German
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Naval Combat Demoli-
tion Unit members trained
at the Amphibious Scout
and Raider School on the
beaches of Fort Pierce,
better known to locals as
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The National Navy UDT-
SEAL Museum is now
housed on the same beach
where the first volunteers
for Naval Combat Demoli-
tion Units and Underwater
Demolition Teams, the
predecessors to today's
SEALs, trained to assault
the beaches of Normandy
and Southern France in
Europe and numerous
islands throughout the
Pacific; including prepara-
tions for the invasion of
Japan.
Touring the museum,
even for those unfamiliar
with the efforts of the
Navy SEALs, is a humbling


experience.
From invading the Nor-
mandy shore to saving
Captain Richard Phillips
during the 2009 hijacking
by Somali pirates of the
US-flagged MV Maersk
Alabama, the first Ameri-
can cargo ship to be
hijacked in 200 years, to
the final take down of
Osama Bin Laden, the
Navy SEALS have played
key roles in many historic
events.
The story of the SEALS,
from their humble begin-
ning to advances in tech-
nology and how they now
operate using specialized,
high tech equipment is on
display at the museum.
There are also artifacts
from some of the SEALs'
most famous and treach-
erous missions.
The Museum also honors
former SEALS, those who
gave the ultimate sacrifice
and those who continue to
serve the country.
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Navy for 22 years, served as
a Navy SEAL and served 12
years as a civilian. His pride
was evident as spoke about
the SEALS and the muse-
um.
"I've wanted to be in the
Navy since I was a kid," Mr.
Kaiser said. "When I was
young I wanted to be on a
submarine. I visited the
recruiter's office when I
was 16 and had my mom
sign for me when I was 17
and joined."
Mr. Kaiser took the helm
of the museum in October,
2012. He is looking forward
to this weekend's Muster,
the addition of the Trident
House in Sebastian and
future expansions of the
museum.
"This year's Muster will
offer more events for chil-
dren," said Mr. Kaiser.
"There will be family-
friendly activities along
with the demonstrations
and ceremonies that make
the Muster what it is."


try to find the cause of the
situation."
To celebrate National
Runaway Prevention
Month, WaveC.R.E.S.T.
opened its home to the
Treasure Coast community
on Nov. 5.
During National Run-
away Prevention month,
WaveCREST wants to bring
awareness to the issues
runaways and homeless
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County seeking input
on bus system

St. Lucie County Council
on Aging and the Commu-
nity Services Department
will be holding upcoming
open houses to receive
information and give input
on the future of the bus sys-
tem in the County. The
meetings are free and open
to the public and will take
place at the following loca-
tions.
Tuesday, Nov. 12 from 11
a.m. 2 p.m. at the Fort
Pierce office of the Council
of Aging of St. Lucie County,
1505 Orange Ave., Fort
Pierce.
Tuesday, Nov. 12 from
4:30 7:30 p.m. at the Port


This year's Muster, a
community gathering to
celebrate the SEALS, will
take place Nov. 8-10. Some
of this year's events will
include a SEAL demonstra-
tion, live music, an annual
beach run/ walk, a dedica-
tion ceremony and a
memorial ceremony at the
Museum MemoryWall.
"The community has
been great," Mr. Kaiser
said. "They help out with
the Muster by sending out
the Explorers and other
groups to help with the
masses. We had 10,000 peo-
ple last year, so the help is
needed and appreciated."
The museum is open
Tuesday Saturday, from
10 a.m. 4 p.m. and Sun-
days from 10 a.m. 4 p.m.
It is located at 3300 N.
Highway AIA, North
Hutchinson Island, in Fort
Pierce. For more informa-
tion, call (772) 595-5845.
For Muster event times,
visit www.navysealmuse-
um.com


the public about solutions
to preventing youth from
running away from home.
National Runaway Pre-
vention Month is co-spon-
sored by National Runaway
Switchline and the Nation-
al Network for Youth.

WaveCREST is located on
Selvitz Road in Fort Pierce.
The Teen Hotline can be
reached by calling
(800)881-8855.


St. Lucie office of the Coun-
cil on Aging of St. Lucie
County, 2501 S.W Bayshore
Boulevard, Port St. Lucie.
For more information, call
the Council on Aging of St.
Lucie County at (772) 465-
5220 or (772) 336-8608.

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mall

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Nov. 8 beginning at 6 p.m.
Young visitors can watch
as Santa parades through
the mall beginning at Cen-
ter Court and ending in his
Winter Wonderland, where
he will pose for photos
through Christmas Eve.
There will be all sorts of fun
activities including holiday
caroling and Christmas tree
ornament arts and crafts.
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located at 3174 N.W. Federal
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freshman year in developing a
business plan for college.
"Many might think this pro-
gram is merely a recruiting
tool for Embry-Riddle; how-
ever, typically only about 15
percent of program graduates
go onto to complete their
studies at Riddle. We deliver
the program at cost and our
goal is to turn students on to
high demand careers and
substantively prepare them
for post-secondary success at
whatever institution they
choose," said Professor
Adkins.
The premise of the Embry-
Riddle Academy's curriculum
is simple: provide rigorous
STEM-related courses that
prepare dual enrolled high
school students for full-time
university studies, placing
them on a clear pathway to
college graduation and high-
paying jobs in a thrilling and
dynamic industry.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
University came up with this
idea almost a decade ago in
conjunction with then
Okaloosa County School Dis-
trict Superintendent, and now
current Florida Senate Presi-
dent, Don Gaetz. The Univer-
sity viewed this as doing their
part to address the national
supply crisis in STEM. The
University believed they were
well poised to play a mean-
ingful role in addressing this
issue with their distinguished
legacy in aviation and aero-
space education and
research. Professor Adkins
stated, "The realms of aviation
and aerospace have long cap-
tured people's imagination
and we (University) felt that
this could be used to motivate
students in their studies."
In the spring of 2013 the
program partnered with
Renegade Light Sport Aircraft
Company, a light sport aircraft
manufacturer, located in Fort
Pierce. The partnership
aimed to provide students an
opportunity to gain flight, and
hands-on engineering and
maintenance experience con-
current with their program
studies through an internship
experience.


Photo courtesy of Kevin A. Adkins
2013 graduates of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's satellite campus at Fort Pierce
Central High School campus, from left: Alan Wagenman, Michael Alexander, Jainish
Shukla, Bryon Barnes and Greg Miller.


The internship program is a
unique opportunity for dual
enrolled high school and col-
lege students to gain work-
place experience and has
been enthusiastically encour-
aged and supported not only
by Embry-Riddle and school
district leadership, but by
Renegade Light Sport owner
and president Christopher
"Doc" Bailey. The first rota-
tion of six students com-
menced over the summer of
2013 and as these students
now transition into roles with
additional responsibility a
new group of six students are
starting their internship expe-
rience this fall. "Doc" Bailey
has promised these young
men and women that for
every 10 hours worked they
will receive one free hour of
aircraft flight time and
instruction. Students from
the first rotation are now get-
ting ready to solo an aircraft
with the subsequent goal of
obtaining their pilot rating by
the end of this holiday season.
The typical program stu-
dent enters into the Academy
their freshman year of high
school. During this inaugural
year the student completes a
high-school credit only
course that seeks to impart
essential academic skills such
as good note-taking, study
habits, and associated skills to
set the student up for success
in the subsequent collegiate-
level coursework.


"We attract students from a
multitude of area middle
schools and consequently
students come to us with dif-
ferent levels of preparedness.
During this initial year, we
seek to impart strategies for
academic success at the uni-
versity level of the program,
along with leveling the play-
ing field and providing all stu-
dents with a strong and com-
mon foundation," said
Professor Adkins.
Upon satisfactory comple-
tion of the program's intro-
ductory course, students tran-
sition to their university
studies.
Typical college courses
available to the student center
on aeronautics, space flight,
astronomy, minh.,iiii'4 and
engineering.
For an ERAU undergradu-
ate course, each three- credit
course that a student com-
pletes is worth just under
$3,800.
In addition to the $3,800 in
savings per class that a stu-
dent enrolls in during their
sophomore through senior
year, students also forgo text
and course material costs.
Students and their families
are navigated early on in the
program through a worksheet
that shows them how to shave
up to $141,000 off of a four
year tuition bill through
advance planning. For stu-
dents who complete the pro-
gram, an $8,000 scholarship is


automatically awarded to stu-
dents who continue their
studies at Embry-Riddle, with
many students being awarded
much more.
Enrolled students not ready
or able to immediately transi-
tion to a four year university
may enter into a transfer
agreement with Embry-Rid-
dle Aeronautical University
upon graduation. This allows
the student to complete two
years of study at their local
community college before
transferring to ERAU.
"This is a program that I am
very proud to be a part of. We
are providing rigorous, excit-
ing and engaging courses that
grow a student in many differ-
ent ways and there are so
many winners: students grow
in both academic capability
and confidence; families are
shown a path to helping their
son or daughter obtain a col-
lege education; the School
District energizes its educa-
tion stream; the community
benefits from the lure of a
quality education option and
receives a better educated cit-
izen; and area industry and
educational institutions enjoy
an enhanced recruiting pool,"
said Professor Adkins.
Applications for the Embry-
Riddle St. Lucie County
Aerospace and Engineering
Academy are presently being
accepted and can be picked-
up in person at Fort Pierce
Central High School.


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3,743-pound wallop in the
fight against hunger. The
event concluded Sunday as
the canned food sculptures
were dismantled and the food
delivered to Treasure Coast
Food Bank's shelves.
The sculptures made from
canned food were on display
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Photo courtesy of the Treasure Coast Food Bank
Port St. Lucie High Future Builder's awards photo, from left, Tony Malizia, Construction
Tech teacher; Randy Gaspard, student and FBA member; Marco Fuentes, student and
FBA member; Cameron Templeton, student and FBA member; Maddie Williams, execu-
tive director, Treasure Coast Builders Association; and Dan Williams, sponsor.


recognized the participants
with awards in six categories.
The AIA Treasure Coast Team
won awards in four categories
for their treasure chest sculp-
ture built in the Indian River
Mall. Their sculpture, titled
"Treasure Hunt to End
Hunger in Our Community,"
won awards for Design &
Structural Integrity, Best Meal,
Best Use of Labels, and Jurors'
Favorite.
The student team from Port
St. Lucie High School's chap-
ter of Future Builders of
America, under the guidance
of the Treasure Coast Builder's
Association, won Honorable


Mention and the People's
Choice Award for its three-tier
cake themed "Celebrating 25
Years of Excellence."
"How wonderful is it that
Port St. Lucie High School and
Treasure Coast Food Bank
both are celebrating 25th year
anniversaries this year," Ms.
Cruz said. The student
builders' work was on display
at the Port St. Lucie Civic Cen-
ter.
Along with Ms. Cruz, the
judge's panel included Simon
Atwill, an engineer with Piper
Aircraft in Vero Beach, and
David Neill, Managing Part-
ner of Big Red Tomato Packers


in Fort Pierce.
Treasure Coast Food Bank is
the only food bank and largest
hunger relief agency on the
Treasure Coast, providing
millions of pounds of food to
over 200 charitable organiza-
tions in Indian River, St.
Lucie, Martin, and Okee-
chobee counties serving those
in need. In addition to food
distribution, Treasure Coast
Food Bank provides numer-
ous programs that solve the
immediate problems of
hunger, and help families gain
long-term food security.
For more information, call
(772) 489-3034.


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grand opening of the City of
Port St. Lucie's first public dog
park was held Oct. 22 at Lyn-
gate Park.
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prised of three fenced com-
pounds with shade structures,
benches, drinking fountains
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areas. The three fenced areas
are divided for small dogs and
large dogs, with a third area
that can be used while one of
the other compounds is in
maintenance or recovery
mode.
Lyngate Dog Park is open
from 8 a.m. until sunset seven
days a week.


Pet owners are responsible
for picking up after their pets.
Doggie waste stations with
bags and disposal containers
are provided.
All dogs must have current
licenses and vaccinations.
Dogs that are aggressive or in
heat are not allowed.
Admission and parking are
free. Lyngate Dog Park is
located at 1301 S.E. Lyngate
Drive.


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Police report


Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a court
oflaw.
Fort Pierce Police
Department

Telly Jon Knott, 37, of 2019
Golfview Court, Fort Pierce, was
charged with second or subse-
quent offense of battery.
Cassandra Davis, 26, of
unknown address, was arrested
on two active warrants.
Ronda Sue Beckman, 46, of
140 Balsa Road, Fort Pierce, was
charged with possession of
cocaine.
Nicolas Martinez, 28, of 1106
Beach Court, Fort Pierce, was
charged with resisting an officer
with violence, driving under the
influence with damage to property
and operating a motor vehicle
without a valid license.
Billy Lee Kidd, 17, of 2907 Zora
Neale Drive, Fort Pierce, was
arrested on two active warrants.
Brandon McCutchen, 17, of
1458 North Lawnwood Circle, Fort
Pierce, was charged with two
active felony warrants.
Torderick Donell Curry, 35, of
3107 South 24th Street, Fort
Pierce, was charged with posses-
sion of marijuana of less than 20
grams, possession of cocaine,
possession or use of drug para-
phernalia and knowingly driving
while license suspended or
revoked.
Martel A. Anderson, 20, of 289
S.W. Bedford Road, Port St. Lucie,
was charged with two counts of
resisting an officer without vio-
lence.
Jackie Watson Cayson, 36,
109 Roslyn Ave., Fort Pierce, was
charged with possession or use of
drug paraphernalia, knowingly
driving while licensed suspended
or revoked and fleeing or attempt-
ing to elude an officer.
Orvil Antonio Espinosa Reyes,
23, of 1603 Grand Club Blvd., Fort
Pierce, was charged with felony
driving while license suspended.
Jasper Leon Blue, 28, of 3110-
B Avenue D, Fort Pierce, was
charged with possession of
cocaine.
Greg W. Horn, 43, of 2451-B
Granada Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with felony driving while
license suspended.
Teneil Jammal Hunt, 18, of
2008 North 43rd Street, Fort
Pierce, was charged with robbery
by sudden snatching without a
firearm or weapon and grand theft.
Joshulette Treymal Hunt, 18, of
2008 43rd Street North, Fort
Pierce, was charged with robbery
by sudden snatching and grand
theft.
Jimmy Lee Claude, 28, of 424


20th Street North, Fort Pierce,
was charged with aggravated bat-
tery with a deadly weapon and
battery by strangulation.
Christopher Maurice White, 18,
of 2715 10th Street South, Fort
Pierce, was charged with robbery
with a firearm, two counts of com-
mitting a second degree felony
with a weapon and possession of
ammunition by a convicted felon.
Amber Dawn Brannigan, 25, of
128 Grand Club Place, Fort
Pierce, was arrested on an active
warrant.
Francis Joseph Wardzelle, 49,
of 959 Skylark Drive, Fort Pierce,
was charged with burglary of an
occupied dwelling and possession
of a controlled substance without
a prescription.

Port St. Lucie Police
Department

Eddie Rodriguez, 21, of 5512-
206 N.W. Torino Parkway, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with aggravat-
ed assault with a deadly weapon.
George Washington Palmer,
53, of 15097 S.W. Manatee Street,
Indiantown, was charged with cru-
elty to a child, act that could result
in physical or mental injury.
Maros Aurelio Rodriguez, 28,
of 2272 S.E. Lucca Street, Port St.
Lucie, was arrested on three
active warrants.
Bretty Christopher Deutsch,
34, of 10069 S.W. Brookgreen
Drive, Port St. Lucie, was charged
with aggravated assault with a
deadly weapon.
Peter Joseph Leslie, 23, of 501
N.W. Biscayne Drive, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with second or
subsequent offense of battery.
Robert Scott Fordin, 41, of 554
N.W. Azalea Ave., Port St. Lucie,
was charged with grand theft.
Karlenne Marie Rivera, 25, of
1701 Surfside Drive, Fort Pierce,
was charged with aggravated bat-
tery with a deadly weapon.
Brandon Borozny, 20, of 1033
S.W. Alcantarra Blvd., Port St.
Lucie, was charged with two
counts of giving false ownership to
a secondhand dealer, two counts
of dealing in stolen property and
third degree grand theft.
Michael Richard Sxott, 25, of
1874 S.E. Borna Ave., Port St.
Lucie, was charged with purchase
of synthetic narcotics, possession
of a controlled substance without
a prescription and felony use of a
two way communication device.
Jean Idrovo, 24, of 320 S.W.
North Shore Blvd., Port St. Lucie,
was charged with possession of a
controlled substance without a
prescription.
Stacey Jo Duncsak, 48, of
1268 S.W. Cedar Cove, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with burglary
of an unoccupied structure, child
neglect and petty theft.
Heather C. Yates, 26, of 2316
S.W. Naomi Ave., Port St. Lucie,


was charged with grand theft.
Zachary Alexander Hansman,
23, of 2501 Morningside Blvd.
S.E., Port St. Lucie, was charged
with burglary with assault and bat-
tery and battery.
David Hercott Leslie, 29, of
5403-201 N.W. Moorhen Trail, Port
St. Lucie, was charged with felony
battery.
Chad Kadeem Aldai Jones, 21,
of 3326 S.W. Ludlow Street, Port
St. Lucie, was charged with aggra-
vated battery while offender knew
or should have known victim was
pregnant.
Steven Owen Cornwell, 39, of
1634 S.E. Sandia drive, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with child neg-
lect.
Kristina Sera Kammann, 36, of
1634 S.E. Sandia Drive, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with child neg-
lect and battery on an officer.
Steven Day Collins, 54, of
1931-144 S.E. Hillmoor Drive, Port
St. Lucie, was charged with cruelty
to a child with infliction of physical
or mental injury
Gabrielle Silvas, 20, of 4484
S.W. Fireside Circle, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with posses-
sion of MDMA and possession
meth.
Kyron Vernal Salmon, 21, of
1982 S.E. Joy Haven Street, Port
St. Lucie, was charged with
destroying, tampering with physi-
cal evidence and possession of
marijuana of less than 20 grams.

St. Lucie Sheriff's
Office

Stephen Puchalski, 57, of 225
23rd Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with felony failure to
appear for two counts of grand
theft.
Jeremy Jason Wilmoth, 37, of
2957 S.W. Sterling Street, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with violation
of probation for habitual offender
of driving under the influence.
Xandi Garcia, 23, of 5611 Sec-
ond Street N.W., Miami, was
charged with felony violation of
probation for uttering a forged bill,
check or draft.
Abraham Sanabria, 37, of
9143 77th Ave. S.W., Miami, was
charged with grand theft auto and
second degree grand theft.
Dominic Crispino, 23, of 721
S.E. Polynesian Ave., Port St.
Lucie, was arrested on an active
warrant.
Dawn Renee Edwards, 45, of
4517 South Indian River Drive,
Fort Pierce, was arrested on an
active warrant.
Patricia A. Henderson, 28, of
192 S.W. Chapman Ave., Port St.


Lucie, was charged with felony
petty theft.
Reid C. Botner, 31, of 2001 Tri-
umph Road S.E., Port St. Lucie,
was charged with third degree
grand theft and forging or altering
a title.
Jashawn Grant Roberts, 21, of
1934 S.W. Day Street, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with felony
petty theft.
Ermith Emonfits, 32, of 524
14th Street North, Fort Pierce,
was charged with felony petty
theft.
Sylvia Caratachea, 40, of 122
North 16th Street, Fort Pierce,
was charged with felony driving
while license suspended.
Thomas Earl Barnard, 57, of
Thomas Earl Barnard, was
charged with felony battery with a
prior conviction.
Malacai Raymond Bernard, 21,
of 6117-18 U.S. Highway 1, Fort
Pierce, was charged with grand
theft and two counts of passing a
forged or altered instrument.
Shanna Marie Kelley, 35, of
814 Dayman Ave., Fort Pierce,
was charged with felony petty theft
and giving a false name while
being arrested or detained.
William D. Andrews, 17, of
1317 N.W. Third Street, Fort Laud-
erdale, was charged with burglary
of a dwelling while armed, first
degree grand theft using a motor
vehicle, burglary of a dwelling and
third degree grand theft.
Tommy Weston Elmore, 41, of
2645 North U.S. Highway 1, Fort
Pierce, was charged with commit-
ting domestic battery by strangula-
tion and battery touch or strike.
Katlain Marie Ripley, 23, of
13801-96 Highway 441, Okee-
chobee, was charged with dealing
in stolen property.
Benjamin Bernard Roberts, 27,
of 1077 Peters Road, Daytona
Beach, was charged with posses-
sion of marijuana of less than 20
grams and simples possession of
MDMA.
Jason Robert Scott, 25, of
1311 Pine Ridge Drive, Holly Hill,
was charged with possession of
marijuana of less than 20 grams
and possession of a controlled
substance without a prescription.
Vernaldo Williams, 23, of 1352
Calmar Ave. S.W., Port St. Lucie,
was charged with fraudulent use
of a credit card and petty theft.
Gregory Jude Bush, 57, of 986
S.W. Provincetown Lane, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with grand
theft.
Jessica Kramer, 32, of 926
Brookedge Ave. S.E., Port St.
Lucie, was charged with dealing in
stolen property and giving false
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Christopher Conrad Taylor, 20,
of 3098 S.W. Blout Court, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with grand
theft of a firearm and possession
of marijuana of more than 20
grams.
Temekia L. McBride, 32, of 704
North 27th Street, Fort Pierce,
was charged with aggravated bat-
tery.
James Lewis Graham, 58, of
371 N.W. Hibiscus Street, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with posses-
sion of marijuana with intent to
sell, possession of marijuana of
less than 20 grams and posses-
sion or use of drug paraphernalia.
Mark Anthony Williams, 23, of
1741 Arch Street S.W., Port St.
Lucie, was charged with third
degree grand theft.
Jamal James Queen, 20, of
606 Dark Hammock Road, Fort
Pierce, was charged with smug-
gling contraband into a county
detention facility, carrying a con-
cealed firearm and felony failure to
appear.
Keith Kenneth Canty, 25, of
2513 Tropic Blvd., Fort Pierce, was
charged with felony battery.
Joseph Fortnash, 20, of 9211
Marquis, Boynton Beach, was
charged with possession of
cocaine and possession or use of
drug paraphernalia.
Andrea Marie Bermingham,
29, of 6405 Doris Drive, Fort
Pierce, was charged with burglary
of an occupied dwelling and grand
theft.
Jesus Aguilar Gonza, 29, of
unknown address, was charged
with sale of marijuana within 1,000
feet of a specified area and pos-
session of marijuana of less than
20 grams.
Marcus Wayne Hicks, 19, of
212 Bethany Court, Fort Pierce,
was charged with sale of cocaine
and possession of cocaine.
Jeffrey Alexander Martin, 27,
of 15897 N.W. Fourth Court, Pem-
broke Pines, was charged with 48
counts of forgery, passing a coun-
terfeit credit card trafficking in,
47 counts of fraud and possession
of marijuana of less than 20
grams.
Matthew Hill, 33, of 101 40th
Street North, Fort Pierce, was
charged with felony violation of
probation.


Frankie Santos, 42, of 349
Friar Street N.W., Port St. Lucie,
was charged with possession of
cocaine.
Todd Michael Mineri, 48, of
2097 S.W. Larchmont Lane, Port
St. Lucie, was charged with tam-
pering with a witness, victim or
informant.
Augusto Calero, 31, of 34 West
41st Street, Hialeah, was charged
with 12 counts of forgery by falsely
embossing or altering a credit
card, passing a counterfeit credit
card trafficking in and 10 counts
of fraud.
Antonio Hogan, 23, of 3306
Avenue K, Fort Pierce, was
charged with tampering with a wit-
ness.
Malkel Diaz, 27, of 821 S.E.
Second Place, Hialeah, was
charged with 12 counts of forgery
of falsely embossing or altering a
credit card, passing a counterfeit
credit card trafficking in, 10
counts of fraud and possession of
a blank, forged or stolen drivers
license.
Joseph John Waller, 23, of
8709 N.W. 61st Street, Tamarac,
was charged with burglary of a
dwelling.
Kenneth Beebe, 39, of 8705
Citrus Park Blvd., Fort Pierce, was
charged with domestic battery by
strangulation.
Rodney John Lance, 36, of
1793-D Bella Vista Way, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with grand
theft auto.
Drayton Jamar James, 29, of
2507-A Avenue R, Fort Pierce,
was charged with possession of
marijuana.
Randy Thomas Lawerence, 57,
homeless, of Fort Pierce, was
arrested on an active sex offense
warrant.
Christopher Aristeo Sierra, 36,
of 1206 33rd Street South, Fort
Pierce, was charged with felony
driving while license suspended.
Michael Patrick Conroy, 25, of
164 Coburn Street, Lowell, Mass.,
was charged with possession of a
controlled substance without a
prescription and two counts of
smuggling contraband into mental
health facility.
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How old is your


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f you have ever called
me for help then you
probably have heard me
ask you that before just
about anything else. The
very next question I am
going to ask is how do you
connect to the Internet -
DSL, cable or (gulp!)
dialup?
It's these two questions
that pretty much dictate
what direction the call is
going to take. The dialup vs.
broadband question
influences whether the call
can be handled over the
internet or will require a
visit onsite and the age of
the machine influences
whether it's even wise to
spend any money on
repairs. Too old and it's
cheaper to get a new one.
Too new and it may just be
covered under warranty!
You can tell a lot about a
computer just by knowing
how old it is. If the machine
is within 3 years old then it
probably has 2 gigs or more
ram, 300 hundred gig+ hard
drive, Windows Vista or 7
(yes! I do know that there
are Macs out there too!) and
possibly a valid warranty.
Depending on the warranty
status and what the prob-
lem is it's usually worth it to
do the repair.
If the machine is at or
around the five year mark
(with no additional
upgrades) then we can
guess that it's got maybe 1
to 2 gigs of ram, possibly a
100 gig hard drive and it's
runningWindows XP or
Vista. Now, you can still do
most everything with a
machine running with
these specs but there are a
couple things to keep in
mind.
First, forget about any
warranty at this point.
Second, some parts have
a five year expected lifes-
pan and when parts start to
physically die (fans, power
supplies and even hard
drives) you have to ask
yourself "if we spend the
time and money to replace
this part, what's going to die
next month?" and let that
weigh in on your decision
to go ahead with a poten-
tially costly repair.
The third thing to keep in
mind when running older
hardware is that you need a
backup system in place.


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Sure, everyone knows "they
really should be backing up
their systems" but if you've
got all your stuff on an
older machine why push it?
Crucial parts (like your hard
drive) can fail at any
minute and if you don't take
the time to set something
up now you could lose it all.
Again that applies to all
computers but if your
machine is approaching the
five- year mark and you
have no backup in place
then I think you're pushing
your luck.
Let's talk about machines
that fall into the seven to
ten year mark. A machine
that was built in the early
2000's will often be
equipped with 128 to 512
mb of ram and may be
runningXP (or even 2000).
It will have faithfully
maintained its post and
adequately performed its
duties for most of a decade.
But when it breaks down or
if you are wondering if
"there may be any way to
speed things up," under-
stand that it will never be
up to today's standards no
matter how much optimiz-
ing or memory you throw at
it! When it breaks down,
gets infected with a virus or
has some other issue that is
going to require a service
call, keep in mind that
computer repair is often
billed by the hour. Old
faithful loses its charm
pretty quick when the clock
is running and the progress
bar isn't!
When someone calls me
and tells me that their old
faithful box that's been
running fine since 2003
won't boot up any more I
usually give them this
advice; take the money that
you would likely need to
spend on repairs (often
several hundred dollars)
and get yourself a new
machine. Period. Any new
machine that you purchase
in 2013 is going to outper-
form any machine born
around 2003 and will most
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A great day at the air show


Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographer
Sarah Miller, 6 of Port St. Lucie, takes a turn trying on the pilot's helmet while sitting in the cockpit of the Martin Coun-
ty Sheriff's helicopter at the The 24th annual Stuart Air Show, held at Witham Field in Stuart on Friday, Saturday, and
Sunday, November 1, 2 and 3, celebrates flight, and honors our veteran and active duty military. Proceeds from the
event benefit the Road to Victory Military Museum, ARC of Martin County, Special Olympics of Martin County, and
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In agreement

I have to agree with the writer who recently wrote a rant
about young teens and even young children whose lan-
guage leaves a lot to be desired now-a-days! I don't know if
anyone else has noticed, but even the Hollywood produc-
ers are using children in commercials and in the TV shows
(comedies mostly) to use "unwholesome" language!!
Where, I ask, are the parents of these children who would
allow them to say these sharp and sometimes profane
words on TV in front of millions of people?? I just don't
understand. It's so sad. So disappointing. So discourag-
ing! Am I the only one who feels this way??


The snowbirds return

The snowbird invasion has started. We've come back too
late to save some of the places that have gone under. But
we will pour our money into others. Yet still, we are dis-
liked. Why not celebrate our return?

Happy with car dealer

Yes, a local car dealer that is outstanding.
I had a problem and the owner took care of it as if it were
his own. Not many dealers can saw that?
It was a small money issue and I am a new customer.
The car is one of the best I ever owned-a 2011 Altima
So, as you can see there are car dealers that treat you like
family not just another sale. I hope we all can learn some-
thing from this, it's not all about money.


Dogs and rain

Just when you think you've seen it all, you're proven
wrong again. Seeing people 'walking' their dogs in the
blinding heavy downpours, flooded streets and high
wind gusts we've had lately, is the latest "Seen it all
news." Women wearing hooded rain jackets, struggling
to hold onto their umbrellas, leashes and doggie pooh-
pooh bags is painfully difficult to watch. Most of these
dogs are small to very small, which puts them pretty
close to the ground. This 'doggie walking has really
gone too far. I wonder how difficult it must be in
retrieving wet pooh-pooh, although I can't attest they
do because of so much water. These people have no
clue in the handling of leashes. Usually they are much
too long which keeps these small dogs walking in the
middle of the road. Our street floods easily, but cars
rush through the water at 50 MPH (not kidding) making
huge wakes. Watching these stupid people with a small
animal on a long leash need educating. During a really
hard rain a woman wearing rain gear, walking her very
small dog on a long leash came leisurely walking our
way. She was actually pushing and leaning on a 'walker.'
My question is; when dogs must do their jobs, does it


not make sense to let them do this in their own
damnable yard? This would only take a few minutes, be
easier (and much safer). These people look like complete
idiots all bundled up, umbrellas turned inside out, insist-
ing their dogs 'pee pee' in a raging downpour, three
blocks from home. These same people are probably very
'nice' people, but evidently, not the "Sharpest Knives in
the Drawer".

Halloween's for kids

What is it today with the trick or treating for children?
When I was growing up we stopped trick or treating
around 12 or 13. Today, when you hear a knock on Hal-
loween, one is not surprised to see a six-foot teen with a
bag looking for candy. I would figure that a person would
realize that they were a little too old for the ritual of trick or
treating that in the past was for children! I see more and
more homes with their lights off on Halloween that feel as I
do, and that is that trick or treating is for children. I also
wonder about the parents of these post-adolescent teens
that figure it is okay to go out and be children again. When
will they grow up?

Be careful when checking out

I just want everyone to be aware of the mistakes that
cashiers and/or the computers are making lately in our
local stores.
The other day, if I didn't notice it, I would have been
charged twice for the same item at the grocery store
because the cashier ran it through two times. Last week, I
checked my slip when I got home and was not charged the
sale price and had to go all the way back to the store for my
refund.
Sometimes they put in the wrong code and I am charged
more for an item. Bottom line here folks: check your slips.
Economy is tight enough.

Drain the ditches

When is the city going to grade the ditches and clean the
storm drains? Water has been standing for several days in
the ditches. Water has been standing for so long a time that
I am becoming concerned that a health hazard is just
around the corner. The city has ample equipment and
employees to resolve the problem.
I would ask that city officials take a drive around town
and look at the water problem that has persisted for far too
long.

No toy donations

I will gladly contribute shoes, clothes, school supplies
and whatever else children might need, but don't ask me
to contribute to Toys For Tots or any other age group.
That's like asking me to contribute to bonuses for the
CEOs of Mattel and Fisher-Price, among others, while the
Chinese who produce the toys make 10 cents an hour.
Americans have got to get smart, become aware of the
total picture and get their priorities in order.

Be concerned about test scores

Public school test scores have been declining for years.
Parents should be concerned.
In an increasingly competitive, world-wide economy, 75
percent of our high-school graduates are unprepared for
college and require remedial studies. Worse yet, if they
graduate from college, they are not ready for the world of
work.
Permissive attitudes by the education hierarchy lead
away from basic proficiency in core subjects and toward
emphasis on self-esteem, attitudinal propagandizing, per-
sonal profiling and mental health.
Our young people may feel good about themselves but
they are poorly equipped to compete in the real world.


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PORT ST. LUCIE For
those who struggle to find
the time or know how to
perform odd jobs around
the house, there's a light at
the end of the tunnel.
Tereasa Shelley has put
her knowledge to work as
the Fix-It Girl. Ms. Shelley
grew up on a farm in
Nebraska and learned how
to fix most everything.
"Growing up I learned
how to fix everything on the
farm," Ms. Shelley said. "I've
turned that into a business
that is designed to help
other women repair and
upgrade their homes."
The premise is to provide
services for women who live
alone or who would prefer
to let a woman into their
home.
"Some older women feel
safer when they know that
another woman is in their
home. It's really a safety
issue for them," said Ms.
Shelley.
Besides fixing items such
as garbage disposals and
toilets, Ms. Shelley also dab-
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"I just turned a shed into
an art studio," Ms. Shelley
said. "The whole project
took a few weeks and I was
really excited about the final
product."
Ms. Shelly works with a
partner, Jo Halstead, who
helps her with an increasing
workload.


Crime
From page A5
Indian Trace Circle, Riviera Beach, was cahred
with first degree felony with a weapon, posses-
sion of marijuana of more than 20 grams and
possession of marijuana with intent to sell.
* Misty Dawn Vickers, 25, of 1710 S.W. Via
Rossa, Port St. Lucie, was charged with felony
driving while license suspended.
* Arnold Jay Lisansky, 54, of 712 Baynard
Drive, Port St. Lucie, was charged with grand
theft of a motor vehicle.
* Valerie Speakman, 42, 902 Bayshore Blvd.


Tereasa Shelley own Fix It Girl, a repair business which offers every day services and a
whole lot more,


"We have jobs that take
more than one person, like
landscaping and flooring
installation. We both are
able to repair most things
and what one isn't sure of,
the other knows how to do,"
Ms. Halstead said.


Other services provide it
by Fix It Girl include general
household maintenance,
custom-built cabinets,
decks and ramps, custom
kitty condos, furniture
assembly and interior pack-
ing. Other services may be


N.W., Port St. Lucie, was charged with dealing
in stolen property, grand theft motor vehicle,
forgery and uttering a forged instrument.
* Angella Ann Brown, 22, of 2273 S.W. Estel-
la Terrace, Palm City, was arrested on an active
warrant.
Florida Highway Patrol
John Donofrio, 76, of 46 Bedford B, West
Palm Beach, was charged with driving while
license suspended, driving while under the
influence, reckless driving, aggravated battery
with a deadly weapon, fail to obey a law
enforcement order to stop, aggravated battery
on an officer and resisting an officer without


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Fix It Girl provides services
in Martin, St. Lucie and Indi-
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information, call (772) 475-
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murder in the first degree and armed robbery.
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TREASURE COAST -
More than 220 people
attended the Treasure
Coast Wildlife Center's
annual Owl's Howl Hal-
loween Ghoula at the Fla-


gler Center in downtown
Stuart on Friday, Oct. 25.
Dressed in costume or
masquerade ball attire,
attendees saw live per-
formances by The Barn
Theatre who did the live
shadow performance of
The Rocky Horror Picture


Show. The Nouveaux
Honkies jammed through-
out the ghoulish event.
The presenting sponsor,
Tentlogix, masked the Fla-
gler Center in drapes and
swags. A delicious dessert
bar with a bubbling caul-
dron of caramel for dip-
ping fruit and sweet
delights was created by
Eventful Moments.
"Thank you to all of the
sponsors and participants
who attended this year's
Ghoula to help support the
Treasure Coast Wildlife
Center," said Dan Mar-
tinelli, the center's execu-
tive director. "All proceeds
from the event assist with
the rehabilitation and
return of sick, injured or
orphaned wild animals to
their natural environ-
ment," he added.
Thank you to this year's
presenting sponsor Tent-
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of Schmitt, Cambron &
Reynolds, P.L., The Law
Offices of Berman &
Berman, and UBS Finan-
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agement Group.
The Ghoula also benefits
the center's rebuilding ini-
tiative to enhance its serv-
ices to both wildlife and
the community.
The Treasure Coast
Wildlife Center, founded in
1974, is a non-profit


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f you are like me, you
find it very rewarding to
propagate your own
flowers. Not only do you
have the satisfaction of
watching your prize grow
but you also save yourself a
few dollars by turning one
stock plant into multiple
specimens.
To start with, you will
need a good pair of bypass
pruning shears. This is
important so that you can
make precise clean cuts.
Next you will need a good
quality potting soil. Choose
a brand that is light and is
not heavy in consistency. A
seed starting mix would be
an ideal choice. You will also
need a rooting hormone
such as Rootone or Fast
Root. You're almost ready.
You will still need some
plain one-gallon pots and
some wooden skewers that
you can use for stakes. You
also need a spray bottle and
some plastic bags.
Now that you have all
your supplies, it's time to
have some fun! The first
thing you have to do is find
the best stems to use for
your cutting. Most rose
varieties will root well at any


age but is best to use firm
but young stems. You
should use stems where the
flower petals have just fallen
off or are fading. You always
want to be sure to leave at
least three to five leaves on
the stem you are trying to
propagate. The leaves on
the stem help to produce
root-promoting hormones
for better success. Do not let
your cuttings wilt before
working with them. If they
wilt, your chances for
success will be dramatically
diminished. It is a good idea
to keep a spray bottle handy
filled with plain water to
keep the cuttings moist
while you are working with
them.
Roses, unlike other plants,
are not fussy about where
the cut is made on the stem.
Roses have the ability to
form roots almost anywhere
along the stem. I have heard
of some people that make
small vertical slits at the
base of the stem by using a
sharp knife. This process
can help the rooting process
be more successful.
You are now ready to
place your stems in their
new homes. Before placing
your stems in the soil, first


GARDEN
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moisten the base of the
stem and dip it in the
rooting hormone. Shake off
any excess powder. Make a
small hole in the soil with
your finger or some other
suitable object and place
your specimen in the hole
and secure. Place your
plants in a bright location
but not in direct sun.
Proper moisture is
essential for success in
rooting roses. They need a
very humid environment
for proper development.
One way to achieve this is to
place a plastic bag over the
plant and use the skewers as
stakes to keep the bag from
touching the plants.
Some rose varieties will
produce roots in as little as
two weeks while other
varieties will take longer.
During the winter months,
the process can take as long
as seven weeks. To tell if a
plant is rooted, gently tug


on the plant and if it offers
resistance, it is most likely
rooted. Once your plants
are well rooted, move them
to a shaded area for several
days before putting them
into a brighter location. If
you move them to direct
sun too soon, they may wilt
and possibly die.
With some luck and
practice, you can become
an expert at producing your
own roses. The process is
both challenging and lots of
fun!
Now for this week's
garden tip: Want to find out
if your citrus fruits have
been damaged by cold
weather? Place them in a
basin of cold water. If the
fruit floats, it has been
damaged and it is not good
for eating. You may, howev-
er, use the fruit for juice.
Next week, I will tell you
about a plant that loves to
be ignored.
Joe Zelenak has more than
30 years experience in
gardening and landscape.
Send e-mails to hometown-
garden@gmail.com or visit
his website www.home-
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College to host holiday bazaar


For Hometown News
NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com
TREASURE COAST -
The Indian River State
College Chapter of Delta
Epsilon Chi, a student busi-
ness organization, will pres-
ent the 33rd annual DECA
Holiday Bazaar on Saturday,
Nov. 23, from 8 a.m. to 3:30
p.m. at the IRSC Main Cam-
pus, 3209 Virginia Ave., Fort
Pierce.
Hundreds of craft and
gift items including holiday
decorations, toys, fabric,
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being told that their old
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machine. Worse yet is when
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and more will be on sale.
Food, drinks, and bake
goods will also be available.
Each year the bazaar pro-
vides a forum for IRSC stu-
dents to apply various skills
learned in the classroom.
IRSC business students
plan, coordinate, and organ-
ize this exciting event. The
event features approximate-
ly 125 vendors, and hun-
dreds of people typically
attend the annual event.
Funds will be raised
through various activities
including a cut-a-thon, in


which IRSC Cosmetology &
Barbering students will pro-
vide low-cost haircuts. Cut-
a-thon tickets may be pur-
chased at the bazaar or
pre-purchased through the
IRSC Cosmetology & Bar-
bering Department at (772)
462-7229.
The Interior Design Sale
will be located in the Koble-
gard Student Union. The
sale will feature accessories
to beautify your home for
the holidays, holiday fab-
rics, as well as design dis-
plays and consultation. Stu-


dents will be giving presen-
tations on the latest design
trends and interior technol-
ogy.
A portion of all proceeds
raised by IRSC student
activities will benefit the
President's Challenge Schol-
arship Fund. Through the
IRSC Foundation, the Fund
provides full two-year schol-
arships to financially disad-
vantaged students who
maintain good grades and
complete high school.
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Weekend sales event to connect


shoppers with local merchants


For Hometown News
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ST. LUCIE COUNTY-
With several businesses
signed up to participate in
the city's third annual Com-
munity Days shopping
event on Veterans Day
weekend, the city is encour-
aging residents to "buy
local" as the holiday season
approaches.
From Saturday through
Monday, Nov. 9 to Nov. 11,
participating businesses
throughout Port St. Lucie
will offer promotions that


include discounted pricing
or free giveaway items.
For those days, the city
will waive any special event
permit fees for any qualified
business that registers to
hold an event at its business
location during the 2013
Community Days weekend.
Normally, special event per-
mits cost hundreds of dol-
lars and are required for
sidewalk sales, tent sales
and other heavily promoted
events.
The Community Days
promotions will be held at


each individual place of
business, not at a central-
ized location, helping shop-
pers discover establish-
ments in their own
neighborhoods they may
not have known about. As
the only event of its kind on
the Treasure Coast, it is
intended to encourage resi-
dents to shop locally and to
help businesses attract new
customers.
A variety of retailers,
restaurants and service
businesses will participate.
They can be found on the


city's website in a listing
that can be searched by
business category or name.
Categories include appli-
ances, children's items,
food, furniture and many
others.
Shoppers can search by
products and services sold,
and can see what special
deals are offered. There also
is an option to print a list of
businesses that can be
brought along on a shop-
ping trip.
For more information, call
(772) 871-5219.


SBob Evans salutes veterans with free hotcakes


For Hometown News
NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com


tary ID.
Veterans are a large portion of Bob
FEvans' consumers. According to the


TREASURE COAST This Veterans U.S. Department of Veteran's Affairs,
Day, Bob Evans Farms salutes service eight percent of residents in Bob
to country with a hearty plate of hot- Evans' home state of Ohio are veterans.
cakes. The company announced today "These dedicated men and women
that veterans and active military per- have served us, now we're proud to
sonnel will receive free all-you-can-eat serve them a free breakfast on Veter-
hotcakes at its restaurants on Veterans an's Day," says President of Bob Evans
Day, Monday, Nov. 11. Restaurants Randy Hicks. "We're grate-
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women need do is show a valid mili-


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saying thank you."
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Identification Card, U.S. Uniform Ser-
vices Retired Identification Card, Cur-
rent Leave and Earnings Statement,
Wearing uniform, or Veterans Organi-
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TREASURE COAST -
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Branch have tracked nitro-
gen and phosphorus levels
for the past four months and
found a strong inverse rela-
tionship to salinity changes
that are related to rainfall
and freshwater discharges
fromVero Beach.
"Through this user-
friendly website, you are
able to see a variety of water
measurement interactions
by plotting various charts,"
said Dennis Hanisak, Ph.D.,
director of the HBOI Indian
River Lagoon Observatory
program. "The data pro-
duced by LOBO technology
provides baseline data that
can help local community
leaders make decisions
about reducing nutrient


loads and to also follow
changes in the IRL as proj-
ects to improve the condi-
tion of the IRL take place."
The LOBO was developed
by leading scientists with
competitive funding provid-
ed by the National Science
Foundation and is used in
several estuaries in Florida,
and the east and west coast
of the United States. The
LOBO was selected by FAU
Harbor Branch for use in the
IRL because it is the only
technology that has been
scientifically proven over
time by oceanographers and
estuarine researchers to
produce the highest caliber
needed for oceanographic
and coastal data.
A primer on how to access
and use the Harbor Branch
LOBO data, with examples
from these first four
months, can be found at
www.fau.edulhboilmehlLOB
O.Primer.pdf
For more information, call
(772) 242-2230 or email
carinsmith@fau.edu.


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PORT ST. LUCIE-
CNS Comedy and the Civic Center
are presenting a 40th anniversary
screening of "Jesus Christ Superstar"
with special guest actor Ted Neeley,
who played the starring role in the
1973 film, at the Civic Center on Fri-
day, Nov. 15 at 6:30 p.m.
The movie musical "Jesus Christ


Superstar," which also featured Carl
Anderson and Yvonne Elliman, was
the film adaptation of the popular
Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice rock
opera of the same name. Both Neeley
and Anderson were nominated for
Golden Globes for their portrayals of
Jesus and Judas, respectively.
At 6:30 p.m., doors open for The
Butterfly Project reception with com-
plimentary hors d'oeuvres. A portion


of the proceeds from this event will
benefit The Butterfly Project, a group
that purchases jewelry from at risk
women and children all over the
world.
At 7:30 p.m., there will be a ques-
tion and answer session with Ted
Neeley
At 8 p.m., the film screening will
begin.
Ted Neeley will be available for


autographs after the screening.
Tickets can be purchased in person
at the Civic Center or by credit card
over the phone by calling (772) 807-
4499. General admission tickets are
$12 in advance and $15 at the door.
The Civic Center is located at 9221
S.E. Civic Center Place, on the south-
east corner of U.S. 1 and Walton Road.
For more information, call (772) 807-
4499.


Cult classic hits the stage

Casey Honeycutt of
Port St. Lucie, middle,
cast as Dr. Franken-
furter, sings during the
rehearsal of Curtain
Call Production's
presentation of The
Rocky Horror Show at
Jensen Beach High
School's Performing
Arts Center in Jensen
Beach on Thursday,
October 30.












Sevin Bullwinkle
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Out & about


FRIDAY, NOV. 8
-'Sharing Your Inner Truth' workshop: 'Sharing
Your Inner Truth: Living Victoriously After Sexual
Violence, Rape & Incest' will be presented by Mindi
Fetterman, founder of the Inner Truth Project, from
11 a.m. to noon, Harvest Food and Outreach Center
Life Center in Fort Pierce. No charge to attend, no
need to RSVP. Public is welcome. For more informa-
tion, visit www.harvestfoodoutreach.org.


'On the Verge' Concert Series: Connor Christian seated by 7 p.m. Showtime is 8:30 p.m. For more
and Southern Gothic will perform at 8 p.m., Black information, call (772) 905-8100 or visit grou-
Box Theatre at Sunrise Theatre. New series features choproductions.com.
up and coming artists, monthly on Friday or 'Ring of Fire the music of Johnny Cash:' The
Saturday nights. Tickets are $15. For more informa- Broadway National Tour comes to the Sunrise
tion, call the box office at (772) 461-4775 or visit Theatre, 117 S. Second Street, Fort Pierce. 8 p.m.
www.sunrisetheatre.com. Tickets start at $45. For more information, call (772)
Monique Marvez: Buffet dinner and show for 461-4775 or visit www.sunrisetheatre.com.
$35 plus tax & tip, with full liquor bar available and
music after the show. Groucho's Comedy Club, 1180 See OUT, B2
S.E. Port St. Lucie Blvd., Port St. Lucie. Must be


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Aries, you have a lot on your
mind, but only one concern
demands your undivided
attention. Find a quiet space
to think things through and
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weaken if you don't keep up
your end of the relationship.
Make an effort to get togeth-
er with your friends and take
the initiative with planning.
GEMINI- May 22/Jun 21
Gemini, your approach to a
problem is not working. It
could be time to take an
entirely new approach and
see if this produces results.
Be patient with this new
approach.
CANCER Jun 22/Jul 22
Don't be surprised if a busy
week finds you dog tired
come the weekend, Cancer.
Use the time off to recharge
your batteries on this well-
deserved break.
LEO Jul 23/Aug23
Few things can hold your
interest this week, Leo.
Although friends try, they
can't seem to keep you
focused on any one thing.
Expect to jump from task to
task this week.


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Virgo, an unexpected conse-
quence appears this week
and you are caught com-
pletely off guard. Don't let
others see your surprise. You
must simply roll with the
punches.
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chocolate," said Katie
Mitchell, Bass Pro Shops
communications manager.
"Plus in participating stores,
kids will be invited to help
Santa, through a little
magic, to light up the out-
side of the store and a big
Christmas tree in the main
entrance. Kids can then fol-
low Santa into the store for
the unveiling of Santa's
Wonderland.
Santa's Wonderland will
dazzle visitors with its vari-
ety of animated Christmas
characters such as nutcrack-
ers and reindeer as well as
live Christmas elves. The
Christmas village offers an
old-time model train area,
remote control trucks, a
laser arcade, and slot car
racing.*
Kids can also spend time
at one of the activity tables
where they can write a letter
to Santa, color and do fun
crafts, all for free.
Special Nov. 9 free preview
night activities include:
5- 7:30 p.m. Santa will
be giving away a $25 Bass
Pro Shops gift card to one
lucky winner every half
hour.
6- 8 p.m. -Families can
take home a 4x6 free photo
with Santa.
6- o 8 p.m. Kids can
color Christmas stockings
and the first 125 kids will
receive a free Santa back-
pack clip.*
The highlight of Bass Pro
Shops Santa's Wonderland is
the big guy himself. Those
visiting Santa Claus will
receive a free 4 x 6 studio-
quality photo that will be
cherished for years to come.
Every store will also have an
animatronics talking cari-
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grand opening of the Tradition store last week. The store
will host many holiday events that are free to the public.


the crowd.
In addition, Bass Pro
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Holiday crafts for kids will
include making holiday
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mas owl and Santa, a candy
cane reindeer, and even
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ies on Dec. 24 from 3- 5.pm.
at most locations.
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Every day, open to close
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Food Truck Invasion: 5-
9:30 p.m., Port St. Lucie Civic
Center, on the second Friday
of the month through Decem-
ber. More than 20 food trucks
will offer everything from
vegan and traditional favorites
to ethnic foods and desserts.
Tables and seating will be
available, but blankets for
picnicking on the grass are
also welcome. Free admission
and parking. Cash bar and DJ
providing music and entertain-
ment. For more information,
call (772) 807-4488.
FRIDAY, NOV. 8-
SUNDAY, NOV. 10
S28th annual Navy SEAL
Muster and Music Festival:
National Navy SEAL Museum,
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the spirit of the Christmas
season.
Bass Pro Shops has
thought of every detail to
make this Christmas experi-
ence memorable with a no-
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This allows parents to set
appointments to see Jolly
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at Santa's Wonderland
instead of waiting in line.
Photo packages and Christ-
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For more information
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The event features live
capabilities demonstrations,
SEAL equipment and vehicles,
a Navy SEAL Challenge Beach
Run/Walk, music, the dedica-
tion of the Medal of Honor
statue, and the 44th reunion
of the original frogmen UDT
from WWII and Korea. It's a
chance to talk to real SEALs
and veterans about the past
and present of the world of
Naval Special Warfare. Most
events are free of charge and
open to the public. For more
information and schedule
details, visit navySEALm use-
um.com.
26th annual Jensen
Beach Pineapple Festival:
The signature event of Jensen
Beach, and one of the few
remaining true street festivals
in the area. Salutes the
community's rich heritage and
features events for the entire
family- including concerts,
the Bahamian Market, arts and
crafts, stunt shows, street
performers and midway rides.
Proceeds support the Jensen
Beach Chamber of Commerce,
the Entrepreneurship Founda-
tion and the History Museum
of Jensen Beach. The festival
will take place rain or shine.
Visit
www.pineapplefestival.info.
FRIDAY, NOV. 8-
SATURDAY, NOV. 9
Planetarium show-
Environments: Explore
multiple environments with a
new immersive video projec-
tion system at the Hallstrom
Planetarium on the IRSC main
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Plato's Closet Partners with Hibiscus Children's Center


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TREASURE COAST -
Hibiscus Children's Cen-
ter and Plato's Closet are
partnering to brighten the
holiday season for teens
residing at the Hibiscus
Children's Village in Vero
Beach.
The Clothing Kids ...
Changing Lives project will
run through Dec. 22 at
Plato's Closet in St. Lucie
West and in Stuart. Visit
either store and pick a teen
from the "Giving Tree" and
purchase a business outfit, a
fun outfit, shoes or acces-
sories.
Last year's 'Giving Tree'
was a great success and the
youth were thrilled to
receive the clothing.
The goal of the Hibiscus
Children's Village program is
to provide safety for the
abused, abandoned and
neglected youth in our care
as well as support, structure
and critical counseling serv-
ices that help these teens
begin the healing process.
Through the Career Path-
ways to Independence Pro-
gram, teens are provided
the opportunity to intern
and work in the community
with partnering businesses
and organizations. The
clothing will greatly benefit
them as they prepare for
their future. And of course,
all teens love trendy fash-
ions.
Hibiscus Children's Cen-
ter, founded in 1985 by
LaVaughn Tilton, is a non-
profit organization serving
Martin, Indian River, Okee-
chobee and St. Lucie coun-


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campus in Fort Pierce. Visit a
coral reef, explore distant
nebulas and galaxies, or
explore the microscopic world.
Planetarium shows on Fridays
are at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
and on Saturdays at 1 p.m.
and 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $3
each. For ticket information,
contact the IRSC box office at
(800) 220-9915.

THROUGH SUNDAY, NOV. 17


Plato's Closet's "Giving Tree" will help outfit abused
teenagers residing at the Hibiscus Village. Plato's Closet
has locations in St. Lucie West and Stuart and are helping
teenagers residing in Vero Beach's Hibiscus Village. Back
row, from left: Jessica Harvey, Jared McCutchen and
Crystal Knowlton. From row, from left: Nikki Cedeno,
Cassie McCall and Leslie Levy, owner.
Photo courtesy of Hibiscus Children's Center


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donment and neglect,
throughout the Treasure
Coast, with an expanded
Foster Care Program, men-
tal health and substance
abuse services, a prevention
program to support families
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'The Kitchen Witches:'
Pineapple Playhouse, 700
West Weatherbee Road, Fort
Pierce. Shows are at 8 p.m.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
and at 2 p.m. Sunday. For
more information, call (772)
465-0366 or visit pineapple-
playhouse.com.

SATURDAY, NOV. 9
'The Invisible War:' The
film, focusing on sexual
violence and systemic
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County hosts ribbon cutting for dog park Nov. 16


For Hometown News
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FORT PIERCE -The St.
Lucie County Board of
County Commissioners
invites all two-legged and
four-legged County resi-
dents to the official ribbon
cutting of the new dog park


located inside the Savannas normal passive recreation
Recreation Area on Satur- hours at the Savannas from
day, Nov. 16 from 10 a.m. 6 a.m. 7 p.m. daily.
noon. With separated areas for
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cans, shade trees and con-
crete pipe culverts and
ramps for the dogs to play
on.
Constructed primarily by
St. Lucie County Parks,
Recreation and Facilities
staff, the park's pipe culverts
for dogs to play on were sal-
vaged from the County's
artificial reef stockpile
and/or donated from the
Road and Bridge Division.
The dog park is located on
the north end of the Savan-


nas Recreation Area, 1400
Midway Road just follow-
ing the main entrance road
past the check-in, play-
ground and main camping
areas.
For more information
about the Savannas Recre-
ation Area and all that is has
to offer, including year-
round camping and
kayak/canoe rentals, call
(772) 464-7855 or visit
http://llwww.stlucieco.gov/par
kslsavannas.htm.


St. Lucie County has two
additional dog parks located
at Wildcat Cove Preserve,
3399 North A1A on North
Hutchinson Island and Wal-
ton Rocks Beach, 6700 South
Ocean Drive, South
Hutchinson Island.
For a complete list of all St.
Lucie County's parks and
preserves please visit the
County's interactive map at:
http://gis.stlucieco.gov/par
kspreserves.


Race to raise money


Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographer
Sean Quinn, 16, of Port St. Lucie, prepares for his practice laps in honor of his aunts, can-
cer survivors Lori Green and Launa Arseneault.


The second annual Karting For The Cure, held at South Florida Karting
in Hobe Sound, featured a full day of karting with drivers ranging in
age from 5 to 55, all to benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation.


Stuart residents Eli Vasko, 6,(No. 11)
practice laps before the race.


Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographer
leading and Alex Harsted, 6, (No. 100), make a few


Dylan Page,11, of Port St.
Lucie, is the mastermind
behind the second
annual Karting For The
Cure, having come up
with the idea while
watching a football game
with the players all
wearing pink, he enlisted
his dad, Mike Page, to
help organize the event.


Sevin Bullwinkle
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Prepare for a lot of wind out on the water


he north wind has
been really blowing...
There's quite a change
of seasons happening.
Cooler temperatures
mean cooler water and that
may have had something to
do with the 10-pound floun-
der from the Indian River
Side park pier or the two six
pounders from the Jensen
Beach Causeway.
The cooler water might be
the reason for the schools of
way over the slot reds, not to
mention the Spanish mack-
erels in the river.
We are lucky because we
have these fish with us all
year but as the water cools,


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the numbers pick up.
Trout and reds have been
strong, but as the wind
keeps changing direction
picking a location can be
difficult. There are top of the
slot trout with plenty of slot
reds eating just about any-
thing that is presented.
Fishing the power plant area
or the inlets early is best, but
I've never caught a fish with


a watch on and the cooler
water will keep them mov-
ing.
If you're looking for floun-
der, slide a shrimp along the
bottom, take the bait to the
fish, look along drop off no
matter how small, they will
be on the down side waiting.
It seems the big Spanish
have arrived and they will
bite anything that moves,
but chrome and shiny get
most attention.
Bridges, flats or surf; they
are everywhere. Any time is
good for this species and in
the mix are some nice blues
on spoons and cut bait.
Snook are still here but
you will have to locate them.


Mullet have moved on and
so the fish have spread out,
not that they are not at the
bridges, but they are a little
more careful about what
they eat.
The surf is pretty much
the same as last week with
big whiting and croaker
holding most attention. Not
only are they good size but
they are there all day, so any
time is a good time.
Blues and macs are there
for the early morning angler
or watch your tide chart and
catch the high tide. Spoons
and cut bait top the list and
with this wind, a bigger
spoon will get you there.
Bring the right equipment


because the jacks are of
good size and they will take
it home with them.
Pompano are still small.
There have been a few big-
ger fish but most have been
just legal. There are plenty
of sand fleas, so bring your
rake and get ready for the
bigger fish.
Off shore, the wind has
mixed up the scene. I guess I
should have gotten a bigger
boat. There are big patches
of weed and excellent color.


But again this week the
action was to the south
trolling bally hoo. There
aren't big dolphins, but
there are plenty of them.
The changing conditions
kept most anglers waiting
but then it does depend on
the size of the boat.

Henry Caimatto is the
owner of the Snook Nook
Bait and Tackle shop in
Jensen Beach.


Out
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coverups in the military, will be
shown at 6 p.m., Inner Truth
Project, 2190 Reserve Park
Trace #13, Port St. Lucie. $12
per person, but U.S. veterans
admitted free. Movie followed
by panel discussion, with light
refreshments served. For more
information, call (561) 909-
9991 or visit www.innertruth-
project.org.
Treasure Coast Hospice
Beach Stroll: Check-in begins
at 8:30 a.m. at Archie's
Seabreeze in Fort Pierce. Stroll
starts at 9 a.m. and is a
relaxing one-mile walk on the
beach, plus T-shirt and brunch
from Archie's. Participants are
encouraged to bring a photo to
honor a loved one on the
memory wall. Registration is
$25 per walker; kids age 5 and
under are free. All proceeds
benefit Treasure Coast Hospice
services in St. Lucie County.
Register online by visiting
www.tchospice.org/beach-
stroll. For more information
call (772) 807-6468 or email
hmarder@tchospice.org.
Saturday Afternoon
Movie: 2 p.m., Zora Neale
Hurston Branch Library, 3008
Avenue D, Fort Pierce. Showing
Wreck-it Ralph,' rated PG, 108
minutes. Bring a pillow or
blanket and your own snacks
and drinks. Free, open to all
ages. For more information,
call (772) 462-2154, email
bella@stlucieco.org.
Unraveling the Mystery of
Orchids: 10 a.m. to noon,
Heathcote Botanical Gardens,
210 Savannah Road, Fort
Pierce. Presented by Louise
Odom. $10 for members, $15
for non-members. For more
information, call (772) 464-
4672 or visit heathcotebotani-
calgardens.org.
5k Run for Heroes: 9 a.m.,
National Navy Seal Museum,
3300 North A1A, Fort Pierce.


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soon as you are able.

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weeks at home and at the
office, now is the ideal time
for a vacation. Cast all
responsibilities aside and
enjoy some rest and relax-
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enthusiasts, families and
teams are invited to join in the
fun while supporting the
Museum and its endeavors.
For more information, call
(772) 595-4845 or visit
navySEALmuseum.com.
Kansas: Celebrating 40
years as a band. The band
comes to the Sunrise Theatre,
117 S. Second Street, Fort
Pierce. 8 p.m. Tickets start at
$49. For more information, call
(772) 461-4775 or visit
www.sunrisetheatre.com.

SUNDAY, NOV. 10
Power lifting competition:
10 a.m. at the Port St. Lucie
Civic Center. For more informa-
tion, call (772) 807-4499.
Understanding math
workshop: 9:05-9:50 a.m.,
CCC, Inc., 1592 S.E. Village
Green Drive, suite H, Port St.
Lucie. Free, for ages 10 to 15.
To register, call (772) 607-
2628.

MONDAY, NOV. 11
Veteran's Day Service: on
Monday, Nov. 11 at Veteran's
Memorial Park. For more
information, call (772) 07-
4499.
Fraternal Order of Eagles
of Fort Pierce will hold an
organizational meeting at 6:30
p.m. to help start the ladies
auxiliary. Meeting will be held
at 510 S. U.S. 1.For more
information, call Sabrina at
(772) 408-3369.
Beta Sigma Phi meeting:
on Monday, Nov. 11. Beta
Sigma Phi is an international
woman's service and social
organization. This is a monthly
meeting. Contact Mary Jackson
at (772) 370-1665 or via email
at
mary.jackson 1962@yahoo.com

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Library, 101 Melody Lane, Fort
Pierce. Free workshop offering
information on startup
fundamentals, marketing,
business planning, financing,
licenses, employee issues,
business structures, and
taxation and regulation. For
more information, call (772)
489-0548 or visit www.trea-
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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13
Port St. Lucie Concert
Band presents "A Patriotic
Salute" concert: 7 p.m.,
Emerald Ballroom at the Port
St. Lucie Civic Center. Doors
open at 6 p.m. Cash bar and
snacks available for sale.
Tickets are required and are
available for $6 in advance, $7
at the door. Advance tickets
can be purchased at the Civic
Center recreation desk or by
credit card over the phone. For
more information, call (772)
807-4499 or visit pslcommuni-
tyband.org.
Strings 'n Things: at 6:45
p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13 at St.
Andrew's Episcopal Church.
This production features a
children's concert of string,
choral, Orff Schulwerk and
hand bell repertoire. For more
information, call (772) 461-
5009 or visit MyStAndrews.org.
Art Walk: 5-8 p.m., Art
Mundo, 111 Orange Ave., Fort
Pierce. Art openings, snacks,
drinks, music and raffles. Free
of charge. For more informa-
tion, visit ArtMundo.org.

THURSDAY, NOV. 14
SPort St. Lucie Anglers
Club: Meetings are held at 7
p.m. on the second Thursday
of each month at the Port St.
Lucie Botanical Gardens, 2410
S.E. Westmoreland Blvd. Each
month is a different topic
about fishing the waters of the
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Clubs and classes


Clubs & organizations

AD/HD Support Group:
The meetings are at K.C.
Chung Tae Kwon Do, Dar-
win Square, 3211 S.W Port
St. Lucie Blvd. For informa-
tion, call (772) 879-1011.
Air Force Sergeants
Association: Treasure Coast
Chapter 564 meets at 6:30
p.m. on the first Tuesday of
each month at the DAV Hall,
1350 S.W California Blvd.,
Port St. Lucie. For informa-


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ACROSS
1 District
5 Provoke
9 Boxer Max
13 Ferber of fiction
17 Hunting horn note
18 Hun king
19 Market, in
Marseilles
20 Escapes
21 False fur
24 Neckwear
25 Norwegians'
neighbors
26 Cold symptoms
27 Goal
29 Former Spanish
queen
30 Draft org.
32 Gaelic
33 Throat problem
35 Make believe
39 Fake green soup?
44 Smoked salmon
45 See 24 Across
47 Dolphin digs
49 Penned in
50 Cleo's bosom
companion?
51 Atl. counterpart
52 Means
55 Sharpen
56 Short distance
58 Granite State
flower
60 Respond
62 Negative prefix
63 Blackbird
65 Chemical prefix
66 Vientiane's
country
68 Emergency
treatment
77 Kett of the comics
78 __at: scold
79 Singer Summer
80 Architects org.
83 Withers
86 Ruhr city
88 Acid prefix
89 Cinder
91 Esteem
93 Motorists' org.
95 News assn.
96 World bearer
98 Bakery items
99 Short swims
101 Family mem.
102 Masqueraders
105 Work of
imagination
107 Planet underfoot
108 Opposed to
112 Haggard novel
113 List ending
115 Tibetan gazelle
116 Goes back
119 Shriver of TV
123 Window treatment


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125 Reagan program,
according to
George H.W. Bush
128 Al and Tipper
129 Kind of grease?
130 Flip-flop, e.g.
131 Periods
132 Norse narrative
133 Consider
134 Auld lang__
135 Fender bender

DOWN

1 In the center of
2 City on the Tiberis
3 Shannon's land
4 Certify
5 Mob weapon
6 Elevator man
7 "Home __
8 Eatery
9 in the woods:
innocent
10 Vestments
11 Whiffenpoof
songster


12 Change sailing
angle
13 High transports
14 Fraud
15 Inert gas
16 Fox terrier of films
19 Foggy condition
20 Well-known
22 Balance sheet plus
23 In medias
28 Former NYC
subway system
31 Cut
34 Norse goddess
35 Fluid part of blood
36 List
37 Ace
38 Wheel and _
39 Wrestler's arena
40 Hebrew measure
41 Flick
42 "The Tonight
Show" host
43 Paradise
46 Asimov's forte
47 Cat cry
48 Not accurate
53 Spanish surrealist


tion, call (772) 873-4074.
Alateen/Alanon Group:
Meets at 7 p.m. on Sundays
at St. Andrew Lutheran
Church, 295 N.W. Prima
Vista Blvd., in Port St. Lucie.
For information, call (772)
467-1196 or (772) 398-1775.
Alcoholics Anonymous,
St. Lucie Intergroup Associ-
ation: Serves more than 100
AA meetings in St. Lucie and
Okeechobee counties, sup-
plying books, medallions
and brochures to AA groups
and maintaining a tele-
phone hotline, 24-hours a
day. Located on the north-
west corner of U.S. 1 and
Prima Vista Boulevard in
Port St. Lucie. For informa-
tion, call (772) 873-9299.
Alzheimer Support
Group: Meetings are held on
the second and fourth Fri-
days of each month at 1 p.m.
at the First Congregational
Church, 2401 S.E. Sidonia
Street, Port St. Lucie.
American Association of
University Women, Port St.
Lucie Branch: For informa-
tion, call (772) 878-6096.
American Legion No.
355: Male and female mili-
tary veterans are welcome to
join. Meetings are the first
Monday of each month at
the DAV Building on the cor-
ner of California and Venus
avenues in Port St. Lucie. For
information, call (772) 871-
6667.
Arthritis Support Group:
meets from noon to 1 p.m.
on the second Tuesday of
each month at Sunlight
Community Church, 477
S.W. Cashmere Blvd., Port St.
Lucie. For details, call (772)
785-9979.
Bereavement support
groups: Treasure Coast Hos-
pices offers individual and
group support for experi-
encing the loss of a loved
one. Locations are in Martin
and St. Lucie counties. For
information, call (800) 299-
4677 or (772) 403-4530.
Blues Alliance meeting
and jam: Meetings are held
the second Tuesday of each
month at 7 p.m. For infor-


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54 Cicatrix
57 Ballet bend
59 WWII aid to the
Brits
61 Mud puppy's
cousin
64 Newts
67 Portico
69 Road to 2 Down
70 Part of TLC
71 Bridge seats
72 Family member, for
short
73 Beg
74 Nightmares
75 Par for a small golf
course?
76 Country
80 tale's best for
winter" W.S.
81 High: comb. form
82 Bridge ploy
84 Noble family of
Ferrara
85 Box
87 Innocent
90 Excited,
colloquially


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92 Hesitation sounds
94 Sacred bull of
Egypt
97 Rushes forward
100 Jerk
103 Japanese
statesman
Hiroburmi
104 Removed stubble
106 Worked together
108 Assert
109 New: comb. form
110 Ringlet
111 Given to scratching
113 Advantage
114 Stepped
116 Lounging attire
117 Esau's country
118 Shortly
120 Laugh, in Paris
121 Yes, _: Sammy
Davis bio
122 No. l's helper c
124 Kind of soup or c
shooter
126 Corrida cry
127 Formerly named


nation, call (772) 467-1851.
Boy Scouts: Local Cub
Scout Pack and Boy Scout
Troop 422 meet at First Pres-
byterian Church of Port St.
Lucie, 2240 S.E. Walton
Road. New members wel-
come. Boy Scout Troop 422
meets every Tuesday at 7
p.m., and the Cub Scout
Pack meets the third Mon-
day of every month at 7 p.m.
For information, call (772)
335-8900.
Canadian Club of the
Treasure Coast: For details,
call (772) 340-2237.
Caribbean American
Cultural Group: Meetings
are every third Wednesday
of the month at 6:30 p.m. at
172 N.E. St. James Drive,
Port St. Lucie. Friday nights
are our fun/games nights
starting at around 7 p.m.
There are also several spe-
cial events throughout the
year. All are welcome. For
more information, call (772)
785-8350.
Celebrate recovery:
Weekly meetings for addicts,
co-dependency or any hurt
habit, on Mondays, with
5:45 p.m. barbecue, 7 p.m.
meeting and 8 p.m. group
meeting at Morningside
Church, 2180 Morningside
Blvd., Port St. Lucie. Call
(772) 871-9929.
Cub Scouts: A new pack
meets at 7 p.m. on the third
Monday of each month at
First Presbyterian Church of
Port St. Lucie, 2240 S.E. Wal-
ton Road. For details, call
(772) 335-8900.
Current events discus-
sion group: Meets the first
and third Wednesday of
every month from 1:30-3
p.m., at Morningside Branch
Library, 2410 Morningside
Blvd., Port St. Lucie. For
information, call (772) 337-
5632.
Daughters of the British
Empire: The social and
charitable group of ladies
meets once a month, holds
fundraisers and gives back
to the community. For infor-
mation, call (772) 221-3829
or (772) 286-2724.
Democratic Women's
Club of St. Lucie County:
For information, call (772)
878-8954.
Disabled American Vet-
erans Chapter 113: Meets
the third Wednesday of the
month at 1150 S.W Califor-
nia Blvd., Port St. Lucie. For
information, call (772) 871-
6667.
DivorceCare: The weekly
seminar and support group
for those who are separated
and divorced meets from
6:30 to 8 p.m. on Wednes-
days at Westside Baptist
Church, 3361 S. Jenkins
Road, Fort Pierce. Cost is
$15. For information, call
(772) 461-7828, or (772) 489-
9161.
Domestic Violence Sup-
port Group: Weekly meeting
for women and children
meets at 9 a.m. on Saturdays
at Recovery Associates, Suite
202, Riverside Bank build-
ing, 8241 South U.S. 1, in
Port St. Lucie. Services are
free. For information, call
(772) 398-1775.
Downtown Kiwanis
Club meeting: Every Tues-


day at Elks Hall, 615 South
U.S. 1, Fort Pierce. For infor-
mation, call (772) 465-2185.
Florida Public Relations
Association, Treasure Coast
Chapter: meets second
Tuesday of the month at
11:30 a.m. at the IRCC/FAU
Schreiber Conference Cen-
ter in St. Lucie West. Reser-
vations and payment for the
event can be made online at
www.fpratreasurecoast.com
or by calling Cara Perry,
Director of University Rela-
tions at FAU Treasure Coast
Campus, at (772) 873-3339
Food Addicts in Recov-
ery Anonymous: All are wel-
come to a weekly meeting at
8:30 a.m. on Sundays at Life
Care Center of Port St. Lucie,
3720 S.E. Jennings Road. For
information, call (772) 337-
1982.
Fort Pierce Orchid Soci-
ety: Meets at the Garden
Club of Fort Pierce, located
at 911 Parkway Drive, on the
third Saturday of each
month. Meetings are from
10 a.m. to noon. Guests are
always welcome. Free, light
refreshments are served. For
more information, call Bill
or Jo at (772) 465-4674 or
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jbtozer@bellsouth.net.
Foster grandparent pro-
gram: Volunteers ages 60 or
older are needed to help
pre-kindergarten through
elementary-age children
learn to read and improve
their school work. Spon-
sored by the Area Agency on
Aging; training for volun-
teers is provided. For infor-
mation, call (772) 467-0008.
GFWC Women's Club of
Port St. Lucie: The monthly
meeting for friendship and
service to the community is
at 11 a.m. on the third
Wednesday of every month,
at the Holiday Inn on U.S. 1
in Port St. Lucie. For infor-
mation, call (772) 343-0093.
General Motors Retire-
ment Club: For information,
call (772) 878-6003.
Healthy Start Coalition
of St. Lucie County: For
information, call (772) 467-
2016 or send an email to
kcbdslc@bellsouth.net
Historical Map Club: For
information, call (772) 219-
9778.
Hurricane support
groups: A children's support
group is from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
on Thursday and an adult
group from 6 to 7:30 on
Tuesday at the Catholic
Charities counseling office
in St. Lucie Church, Father
Hickey Parish Center, 290
S.W Prima Vista Blvd., Port
St. Lucie. For details, call
(772) 878-1215, Ext. 332.
Jewish War Veterans
Post: The Irving Wallman
Post No. 705, Port St. Lucie
headquarters, has moved to
Temple Beth Israel, 551 S.W
Bethany Drive, St. Lucie
West. For information, call
(772) 785-7178.
Kentucky Society of the
Treasure Coast: For infor-
mation, call (772) 692-3715.
Knights of Columbus
No. 7514: Family dinner is
served every Tuesday from
4:30 to 6 p.m. Cost is $6.


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Eagles put up a good fight
The St. Lucie West Centen-
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Friday evening in a District
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Citrus Bowl in Vero Beach.
Quarterback Javid Ellis
(No. 7) hands off to Elijah
Richardson (No. 33) for a
big gain in the second
quarter. Despite the hard-
hitting defense by the
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Every Wednesday and Fri-
day from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. is
a fish fry. Cost is $4. The
event is at 451 S.W.
Ravenswood Lane, Port St.
Lucie. For information, call
(772) 878-7514.
Korean War veterans
wanted: The Treasure Coast
Korean War Veterans Associ-


action Chapter 106 in Port St.
Lucie are looking for new
members, both male and
female, who served in Korea
in any branch of the service
from Sept. 3, 1945 to July,
1955 and from then until
now. Doctors and nurses in
Korea, as well as Japan, dur-
ing that time are qualified to
join the unit. Meetings are
held on third Tuesday of
each month at 10:30 a.m. in
the Disabled Veterans
building, 115o S.W Califor-


nia Ave., Port St. Lucie.
Lakela's Mint chapter of
the Florida Native Plant
Society: For information,
call (772) 785-5833.
Lakewood Park book
discussion group: Meets at
3 p.m. on the first Monday
of each month (unless it's a
holiday) at the Lakewood
Park Branch Library 7605
Santa Barbara Road in Fort
Pierce. For information, call
(772) 462-6870.


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state, including presidents
from Truman to Clinton.
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and Spa welcomes every-
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hospitality. Nearly every
room offers either Intra-
coastal Waterway or
Atlantic Ocean views. Our
room, situated high above
the beach and on the


corner of the hotel, provid-
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of both.
Below us was the out-
door-bridged pool with
infinity edge, a see-through
bottom and waterfalls
flowing into the 240-foot
lagoon style pool below.
Over the course of the
weekend, I found it difficult
to get the kids out of the
pools.
The Diplomat features
nine restaurants, including
the Splash Bar and Grill
located poolside on the
ocean. For the workout
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center equipped with
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machines and workout
experts to help keep guests
in shape.
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entertains and engages
both mind and body. They
even offer a Kids Night Out
so that parents can enjoy
their own night out or in.
A quick five-minute trek
away sits the Diplomat
Golf Resort and Spa. It was
here that we teed it up for
a wonderful round of golf.
The course, designed by
Joe Lee and managed by
Troon Golf, is a beautiful
and challenging course
that once hosted the same
entertainers who stayed
across the intracoastal.
The course has abun-
dant palm trees, tropical
foliage, white sand
bunkers, eight acres of
lakes, and a magnificent,
signature-hole island
green... A hole that I
managed to birdie by the
way.
Encompassing 155 acres,
with no buildings cluttering
up the course, there is
plenty of room for golfers of
all abilities to enjoy their
round. Carts are equipped
with GPS so there is no
guessing on yardages, and
you can even place food
and drink orders while
waiting on your partner to
play his or her shot.
There are four sets of tees
and a nice variety of holes.
Two of the par-5s come in
at over 555 yards each.
There is a nice short par-3,
which my son managed to
hit the flagstick on, and a
long, challenging one as
well. We found the course
to be in fantastic shape. The
greens held the ball nicely,
and rolled true and fast.
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around the area, my family
had worked up quite an
appetite.
Across the street from the
Diplomat Hotel, with a
beautiful location on the
intracoastal, sits the resort's
Rivals Waterfront Sports
Grille. It was here that we
enjoyed one of the best
meals our family has ever
had. The menu features a
huge variety of choices; this
is especially good when
dining with my kids.
The parents enjoyed an
adult beverage before
dinner, and a wonderful
bottle of wine with our
meal. Making good use of
our server's advice we all
found something we
enjoyed. Between the Key
West chicken wings, the
Mexican layer dip, baby
back ribs, Kobe burger
patty melt, churrasco beef
tenderloins, Corona lime
shrimp, Philly cheese steak
sliders, and more, our taste
buds were nearly over-
whelmed. We did, however,
find just enough room for
dessert.
If you're looking for a
great getaway without the
hassle of traveling too far,
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years. He hosts the Thursday
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IN THE CIRCUIT
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The administration of the
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AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED. The
date of first publication of
this notice is November
1,2013
Representative: Mark
Blevins, 18403 Kalvin
Drive, Brookpark, Ohio
44142
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Patricia A. Baldwin,
E-Mail Address:
pabaldwin@pabaldwin
law.com, Florida Bar No.
0072494, Patricia A.
Baldwin, PA., 8000 S.
Federal Highway Suite
300, Port St. Lucie,
Florida 34952 Telephone:
(772) 336-1661 Pubs:
Nov. 1, & Nov. 8, 2013
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR THE
NINETEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
ST. LUCIE COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION AND
GUARDIANSHIP
DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SAUVEUR GUERRIER,
Deceased. Case No.:
562013CP000777(FM)
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Sauveur
Guerrier, deceased,
Case Number
562013CP000777(FM), is
pending in the Circuit
Court for St. Lucie
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is PRO. Box 700
Fort Pierce, FL 34954.
The name and addresses
of the personal
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate
including unmatured,
contingent or
unliquidated claims, must
file their claims with their
Court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS,
DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED. The
date of first publication of
this Notice is November
8, 2013
Personal Representative:
Immacula Guerrier, 573
SW Ray Ave., Port St.
Lucie, FL 34983
Attorney for Personal
Representative: Greg
Jean-Denis, Esquire
2955 Pineda Plaza Way,
Suite 125, Melbourne, FL
32940-7307 Ph (321)
765-5797 Fax (888) 504-
5656 Email: greg91jd1
@aim.com Florida Bar
No. 031843 Pubs:
11/8/13 & 11/15/13


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR ST. LUCIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ANN M. BARTOSIAK,
Deceased. File No.
2013-CP-001102
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Ann M.
Bartosiak, deceased,
whose date of death was
July 5, 2013; is pending
in the Circuit Court for St.
Lucie County, Florida,
Probate Division, the
address of which is PO.
Box 700, Fort Pierce,
Florida 34954. The
names and addresses of
the personal
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this notice
is November 8, 2013.
Personal
Representative: Kristine
M. Bartosiak, P.O. Box 6,
Pocopson, PA 19366-
0006
Attorney for Personal
Representative: Alan F
Hilfiker, Florida Bar No.
0206040, Garlick, Hilfiker
& Swift, LLP, 9115
Corsea del Fontanta
Way, #100, Naples, FL
34109 Telephone: 239-
597-7088 Email: ahilfiker
(garlaw.com Secondary
Email: pservice@garlaw.
com Pubs: 11/8/13 &
11/15/13
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR ST. LUCIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
LAWRENCE CHARLES
BROOKS, Deceased.
File No.
562013CP001172
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Lawrence
Charles Brooks,
deceased, whose date of
death was August 28,
2013, is pending in the
Circuit Court for St. Lucie
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is 218 S. 2nd
Street, Fort Pierce,
Florida 34950. The
names and addresses of
the personal
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this notice
is November 8, 2013.
Personal
Representative:
Catherine Brooks, 6157
SE Riverboat Drive,
Stuart, Florida 34997
Attorney for Personal
Representative: Joseph
A. Murphy, III, Florida Bar
No. 743984, 2897 SE
Ocean Blvd., Stuart,
Florida 34996 Telephone:
(772) 223-8600 Pubs:
11/8/13 & 11/15/13
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PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
STANLEY GOETZ,
Deceased. File No.
562013CP000889(FM)
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
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estate of Stanley Goetz,
deceased, File Number
562013CP000889(FM), is
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Court, St. Lucie County
Florida, the address of
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Courthouse, 218 South
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FORTH ABOVE, ANY
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YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED. The
date of first publication of
this notice is November
1, 2013
Personal Representative:
Marc Goldberg, 11430
SW Rockingham Drive,
Port St. Lucie, FL 34987
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
David Vogel, Esq. RYAN
D. GESTEN, PA. 6824
Griffin Road, Davie,
Florida 33314 Pubs: Nov.
1, & Nov. 8, 2013

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ST. LUCIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 56-2012-DP-000114
IN THE INTEREST OF: PRS. DOB: 06/02/2012
Minor Child TO: Tony Dennis Fountain, Father,
address unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT A
PETITION UNDER OATH HAS BEEN FILED BY
THE DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND
FAMILIES IN THE ABOVE-STYLED COURT FOR
THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS
RELATIVE TO THE ABOVE NAMED CHILD, PS.
WHO WAS BORN IN ST. LUCIE COUNTY,
STATE OF FLORIDA, ON THE 2ND DAY OF
JUNE, 2012. YOU ARE COMMANDED TO BE
AND APPEAR BEFORE THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN THE ABOVE-STYLED COURT LOCATED AT
218 SOUTH SECOND STREET, FORT PIERCE,
FLORIDA 34950 ON DECEMBER 12, 2013 AT
9:30 A.M. FOR TERMINATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS ADVISORY HEARING. YOU MUST
APPEAR ON THE DATE AND AT THE TIME
SPECIFIED. FAILURE TO PERSONALLY
APPEAR AT THE ADVISORY HEARING
CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE
TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OF THE
CHILD. IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE
AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU MAY LOSE ALL
LEGAL RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE CHILD
NAMED IN THE PETITION ATTACHED TO THIS
NOTICE.
BE ADVISED THAT YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO
HAVE AN ATTORNEY REPRESENT YOU IN
THIS MATTER. IF YOU CANNOT AFFORD AN
ATTORNEY, ONE MAY BE APPOINTED FOR
YOU. WITNESS MY HAND AS THE CLERK OF
SAID COURT AND THE SEAL THEREOF, THIS
23RD DAY OF OCTOBER, 2013. MONICA
THOMAS, DEPUTY CLERK Pubs: 11/1, 11/8,
11/15 & 11/22/2013



NOTICE is hereby given that on 12/4/13 at 9:00
am the following vehicle will be sold at public
auction for monies owed on vehicle repairs &
storage costs pursuant to F.S.S. 713.585. The
lienor: Wayne's Custom Auto Painting, 1369 S.W.
S. Macedo Blvd., Pt. St. Lucie, FL 34986 (772)
343-1616. 06 NISS JN1AZ36AX6M456930 The
lienor: Pro Cycle Tech, 1738 S.W. Biltmore St., Pt.
St. Lucie, FL 34984 (772) 878-5024. 02 SUZU
JS1GV77AX22100762 Parties claiming interest
have a right to a hearing prior to the date of sale
with the Clerk of Court as reflected in the notice.
The owner has the right to recover possession of
the vehicle without judicial proceedings as
pursuant to F.S.S. 559.917. Any proceeds
recovered from the sale of the vehicle over the
amount of the lien will be deposited with the Clerk
of Court for disposition upon court order.
Pub: 11/8/13



FEDERAL LIEN CORP. will sell at Public Sale at
Auction the following vessel to satisfy lien
pursuant to Chapter 713.585 of the Florida
Statutes on Nov. 28, 2013 at 10 A.M. Lot#:
A33717 1999 White Volvo Trk
VIN#4VG7DAJH6XN761598 Located at:
Yavorsky's Truck Service, 10960 Orange Avenue,
Fort Pierce, FL 34945 (772) 461-1443 Owner:
Alvin Alexander Adderly, 5800 NW Zunnia St. Port
St. Lucie, FL 34986 Customer: Steve Waren,
2005 De Leon Ave., Vero Beach, FL 32960
Lienholder: Transport Funding LLC, 7025 Albert
Pick Rd., Ste. 105, Greensboro, NC 27409 Lien
Amount: $4,112,53. Any persons) claiming any
interests) in the above vessel contact: FEDERAL
LIEN CORPR (954)384-7171 25% Buyers
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