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Hometown news (Port St. Lucie, FL). January 5, 2007.

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Hometown news (Port St. Lucie, FL). January 5, 2007.
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PORT ST. LUCIE ST. LUCIE WEST TRADITION Vol. 17, No. 1 www.HometownNewsSLC.com en-USFriday, June 1, 2018 en-US@HometownNewsStLucie @hometownnewsslc @HometownNewsSLC LOOKING FOR A HOME 4 en-USWould you like to meet a en-US friendly, playful, pup? en-US Visit the Humane Society en-US and meet this happy guy en-USMEET CHESTER en-USCATCH 15en-USHave you found great fish in en-US Treasure Coast waters? See en-US one that didn't get away en-US and see how your own prize en-US could be in the paper soon. en-USWHAT A CATCH! en-USTOWNIES 16en-USTouring with the en-US Townies features en-US reader-submitted en-US photos from travels. en-US Lets see how many en-US places we can go! en-USGOING ON A TRIP? en-USINDEX Classified 18 Crossword en-US17 Horoscopes en-US13 Out & About 13 Police Report en-US5 Viewpoint en-US6 en-USCOMMUNITY CALENDARen-USSee en-US community en-US events on en-US page 2 en-USTAKE US WITH YOUen-USTouring with en-US the Townies en-US features en-US reader-suben-US-en-US mitted en-US photos from en-US travels. Lets en-US see how en-US many places en-US we can go! en-US Send in your picture or en-US questions to en-US newsfp@hometownnewsol.com en-USPLANNING A TRIP? Photo courtesy of MaryAnn Ketcham en-USSabrina Bertrand assists Vanessa Smith place her mortarboard just right at en-US Port St. Lucie High School's graduation held May 22 at the Fenn Center in Fort en-US Pierce.en-USIt's graduation time!en-USPORT ST. LUCIE Hurricane season is back en-US and those who want to get themselves ready for en-US the season, can find answers to all of their quesen-US -en-US tions at the 12th Annual Hurricane Preparedness en-US Expo. The event will be hosted at the Port St. Lucie en-US Civic Center on Saturday, June 2 from 10 a.m. to 2 en-US p.m.en-US There will be educational presentations and en-US seminars on a variety of topics, and guests such as en-US Channel 25s Mike Lyons will be on hand to offer en-US their insight into the annual hurricane season and en-US how best to be prepared for everything that comes en-US with it. It is open to residents and businesses free en-US of charge and dozens of vendors will be available en-US so people can have a one-stop-shop for hurricane en-US kits, shutters and other necessary items before en-US June 1 the beginning of hurricane season.en-US Residents can come out and learn about preen-US -en-US paredness and recovery, and recovery is the big en-US part when youre talking about post-storm, said en-US Christina Proulx, who is the citys special projects en-US coordinator in the Public Works Department. en-US They can visit with different agencies and differen-US -en-US ent vendors and en-US we will have en-US federal and en-US local agencies en-US out there who en-US have a lot of en-US experience in en-US emergency seren-US -en-US vices.en-US They also en-US will have the opportunity to visit with businesses en-US who can offer different products, whether they are en-US storm shutters or generators, they can get inforen-US -en-US mation and contacts there.en-US More than 1,400 residents and visitors are en-US expected at the event, which has grown signifien-US-en-US cantly over the years. Last year, I saw it grow sigen-US -en-US nificantly because of hurricane Matthew in 2016 en-US and then we had hurricane Irma in 2017. I expect en-US residents will want to be even more prepared, she en-US said.en-US There will be presentations throughout the day, en-US including St. Lucie County Public Safety, which en-US will be discussing Alert St. Lucie, which is a new en-US feature offered by the St. Lucie County Sheriffs en-USHurricane Expo 2018 offers en-US education, informationen-USBy Gaylon Parkeren-USgparker@hometownnewsol.com See en-US en-US EXPOen-US, page 2en-USST. LUCIE COUNTY -Harbor en-US Branch Oceanographic Institute en-US researchers told the City Council May en-US 21 they have discovered high human en-US bacterial counts and the presence of en-US ammonium nitrate, dissolved inorganic en-US nitrogen and soluble reactive phosphoen-US-en-US rus in the North Fork of the St. Lucie en-US River, as well as in its tributaries and the en-US canals that bisect the city. en-US Interim Public Works Director Roxen-US -en-US anne Chesser said the long-awaited en-US microbial source tracking study of bacen-US -en-US terial pollution was officially completed en-US April 20 after two years of research.en-US The report was prepared by the Haren-US -en-US bor Branch Oceanographic Institute of en-US Florida Atlantic University in conjuncen-US-en-US tion with the City of Port St. Lucie, St. en-US Lucie County, the St. Lucie County en-US Health Department and the Florida en-US Department of Environmental Protecen-US -en-US tion, she said. With us today are the en-US authors of this report, Dr. Brian en-US LaPointe, a research professor with a en-US master of science in environmental scien-US -en-US ence and a PHD in biology; Ms. Rachel en-US Brewton, a research coordinator who is en-US a geosciences PHD student with an en-US emphasis on water quality and ecology; en-US and Ms. Lynn Wilkin, a chemistry lab en-US coordinator.en-US Harbor Branch officials and universien-US -en-US ty researchers performed both wet and en-US dry season sampling in 2016 and 2017 at en-US more than 20 sites along area canals, the en-US North Fork and its two main tributaries, en-US Ten Mile Creek and Five Mile Creek. en-US They looked for bacterial concentraen-US-en-US tions and reactive nutrients, as well as en-USStudy en-US reveals en-US bacterial en-US hot spotsen-USReport reveals human en-US bacteria and nutrients in en-US North Fork, tributaries en-US and canals feeding en-US St. Lucie Riveren-USBy Donald Rodrigueen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USSeeen-US en-US STUDYen-US page 9en-USHurricane season has en-US begun, make sure you en-US plan ahead! For advice, en-US read our guide online at en-US www.hometownnewsslc.en-US com/special/ en-USLOOK ONLINE

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en-US 2 en-USCommunity calendar Sunset Blvd., Fort Pierce $216,612 Lake Vista Trail 201, Port Saint Lucie $94,900 Spruce Drive, Fort Pierce $162,000 en-USFRIDAY, JUNE 1en-US en-US Safe Summer Kick Off Party:en-US 5:30-7:30 en-US p.m., Lincoln Park Pool, 1311 Avenue M, Fort en-US Pierce. Featuring games, prizes, safety en-US demonstrations, swim lesson registration en-US and more; this event is a great way to en-US celebrate the opening of St. Lucie Countys en-US public pools. The other St. Lucie County en-US public pools are: Lakewood Park Pool, 5990 en-US Emerson Ave., Fort Pierce, and Ravenswood en-US Pool, 400 Ravenswood Lane, Port St. Lucie. en-US For more information, call (772) 871-2183 en-US or visit en-US http://www.stlucieco.gov/aquatics.en-USSATURDAY, JUNE 2en-US en-US Hiking 101:en-US 8:30-10 a.m., Richard E. en-US Becker Preserve, 3398 Selvitz Road, Fort en-US Pierce. Celebrate National Trails Day on an en-US exceptionally beautiful St. Lucie County trail. en-US Learn the ins and outs of hiking, proper trail en-US etiquette and cool tools that make your trek en-US even more enjoyable. As we hike, well be en-US picking up refuse and learning about Leave-en-US No-Trace principles. Free, public is welcome; en-US however, reservations are required as space en-US is limited. en-GB For more information or to register, en-GB call (772) 462-2526, email en-GB slchikes@en-GB stlucieco.org en-GB or visit en-GB www.slchikes.org. en-USMONDAY, JUNE 4en-US en-US Port St. Lucie Newcomers Club en-US monthly meeting:en-US 10-11:30 a.m., West St. en-US Lucie Elks Lodge, 343 Prima Vista Blvd. en-US Connie Lydon, Port St. Lucie resident, will en-US demonstrate how to give new life to en-US household recyclables. Have fun learning en-US how to save money and help the en-US environment. The club schedules monthly en-US speakers who share information about en-US places to go and things to see on the en-US Treasure Coast. An annual membership fee en-US permits new and long time residents to en-US participate in the Clubs numerous social en-US activities. A social hour begins at 9 a.m. en-US For en-US more information about the Port St. Lucie en-US Newcomers Club contact Carolyn Snider at en-US gksnider@gmail.com.en-USMONDAY, JUNE 4 FRIDAY, JUNE 8en-GB en-GB Archery Adventure Summer Camp:en-GB en-GB For ages 10-15. Held June 4-8 from 9 a.m. en-GB to 3 p.m., Oxbow Eco-Center, 5400 N.E. en-GB St. James Drive, Port St. Lucie. Ready, aim, en-GB release! Archery builds strength, endurance en-GB and mental focus all while having fun. en-GB Campers will gain fundamental archery en-GB skills, play exciting games, and learn how en-GB archery can contribute to conservation. Fee en-GB is $175. en-GB Registration required: call (772) en-GB 785-5833 or visit en-GB www.oxboweco.org.en-USTUESDAY, JUNE 5en-GB en-GB Free admission to the Aquarium: en-GB10 en-GB a.m. to 4 p.m., St. Lucie County Aquarium en-GB featuring the Smithsonian Marine Exhibit en-GB offers free admission on the first Tuesday en-GB of each month. The aquarium is located at en-GB 420 Seaway Drive, Fort Pierce. en-GB For more en-GB information, call (772) 462-3474 or visiten-GB en-GB http://www.sms.si.edu/SMEEen-US en-US Writers Group:en-US First and third Tuesdays. en-US 1-3 p.m., Lakewood Park Branch Library, en-US 7605 Santa Barbara Drive, Fort Pierce. Get en-US together with other writers to read and en-US Seeen-US en-US CALENDARen-US, page 4 en-USOffice. This service delivers emergency en-US and non-emergency pre-recorded phone en-US messages to citizens. These messages may en-US include information regarding neighboren-US -en-US hood criminal activity, missing children, en-US and other police, fire or health information en-US and to register please visit en-US https://www.en-US stluciesheriffen-US .com/p/97/alert-st-lucie-notien-US -en-US fications#.WvCNEIgvzIUen-US .en-US Sign-up for special-needs shelters also en-US will be available to the expo, along with en-US information about the citys emergency en-US management division who will be focused en-US on storm recovery.en-US One thing that residents need to know en-US about preparedness is that you have to preen-US -en-US pare for the big stuff, not just what youve en-US seen in the past, Ms. Proulx said. And we en-US have new residents who come in who arent en-US Floridians and dont really know what huren-US -en-US ricane season is about. You also have the en-US residents who come through who are en-USfamiliar, but are looking for better ways to en-US prepare.en-US Also on tap this year will be a new feaen-US-en-US ture, with the National Weather Services en-US SKYWARN Basic Spotter Training Class. en-US This will give people knowledge about en-US weather conditions during hurricanes, how en-US to spot tornadoes and other hurricane-reen-US-en-US lated issues and tap attendees in to be en-US allowed input during major weather events en-US to the NWS. Pre-registration is required en-US and can be found at en-US https://basicskywarn_en-US psl_june2.eventbrite.comen-US.en-US The main sponsor is WastePro, and en-US there will be 500-600 free T-shirts available en-US to those who attend one of the presentaen-US -en-US tions or seminars. Wal-Mart also donated en-US materials for hurricane supply kits, which en-US will be raffled throughout the day.en-US Interested people can call 772-871-7340 en-US for more information or stay tuned to the en-US website at en-USwww.CityofPSL.com/Hurricaen-US-en-US neExpoen-US en-US For more information about the city, en-US please visit the main website at en-US www.cityen-US-en-US ofpsl.comen-US or call 772-871-5225.en-USExpoen-USFrom page 1

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en-US 3 en-USST. LUCIE COUNTY Pat Alley is a Lady en-US of Jewelia, that is.en-US The Jewelia Project is a group of 12 local en-US women who share ownership of a diaen-US-en-US mond necklace, using it as a means to raise public awareness of and much -needed fund en-US-en-US ing for HANDS of St. Lucie County. The en-US HANDS Clinic provides access to free healthcare to St. Lucie Countys low -income, en-USuninsured, adult population and relies on en-US public donations for its operations. en-US Pat Alley, likely best known for her years en-US as the marketing guru for the former Riveren-US -en-US side National Bank, chose May as her month en-US to wear the necklace known as Jewelia and en-US spend her time advocating for the clinic. If en-US you follow her on Facebook, youve seen her en-US posts about the viable role the clinic plays in en-US this community where one in every three en-US adults is uninsured.en-US Because shes been involved in so many en-US aspects of keeping St. Lucie County healthy, en-US Pat may have touched more lives that anyen-US -en-US one can count. She supports the March of en-US Dimes because her premature grandbaby en-US is lucky to be alive today; the Humane Socien-US -en-US ety of St. Lucie County because she en-US believes in rescuing rather than buying; the en-US 100 Club because she believes our first en-US responders should get the full support of en-US this community; and the Lighthouse Founen-US -en-US dation and Little Feet because she knows en-US that some kids just need a little more love en-US and kindness in their lives. en-US Among the many nonprofits for which en-US she has donated her time, talent, and treaen-US -en-US sure, is one that is closest to her heart The en-US Childrens Services Council. Pat has served en-US on its Board of Directors for three terms. en-US Executive Director Sean Boyle said, Mrs. en-US Alley is so wonderful shes been appointed en-US to the Council by two yes, two different en-US governors. Shes been a steadfast advocate en-US for children and is always the first to volunen-US -en-US teer to work directly with the community.en-US Pat has served on the Board of Directors en-US for Main Street Fort Pierce for more than 25 -years, where she has been instrumental en-USin its continued success. Doris Tillman, en-US Executive Director of Main Street said, Pat en-US has been a true asset to Main Street Fort en-US Pierce. Her love for her community became en-US a strong commitment to supporting every en-US project weve set our sights on.en-US And she serves on the Board of Directors en-US for HANDS of St. Lucie County, a Volunen-US -en-US teers in Medicine clinic, where she has been a three -year member of the prestigious Jew en-US-en-US elia Project. Never one to say No, in true en-US Pat Alley fashion, when asked if shed like to en-US be a part of this very special group, Pat en-US responded with a rousing, Hell, yes! Pat, en-US along with the other members of this elite en-US group of women have raised more than en-US $520,000 for the clinic.en-US Not one to rest on her laurels, when she en-US retired, she still needed and wanted to be a en-US part of things, so she took a position worken-US -en-US ing for Diamond Litty and the Public en-US Defenders office, assisting with its annual en-US golf tournament that raises funds to benefit en-US Life Builders of the Treasure Coast. en-US Sydney Liebman, former staff member of en-US the HANDS Clinic, says, I have known Pat en-US Alley nearly all of my adult life. In banking, en-US she was known for her marketing prowess. en-US Like Zerox is synonymous to photo copying en-US and Coke is to soda, Pat Alley was to maren-US -en-US keting, and I wanted to be just like her. On en-US top of that, shes the best kind of friend anyen-US -en-US one could ever have always there for you.en-US Pat is a true blue Fort Pierce girl, and in en-US fact, actually bleeds orange and blue for the en-US University of Florida Gators. Have you seen en-US her house? Her wardrobe? She is married to en-US Bob and they have three children Kathi, en-US Bobby, and Patrick. Shell be more than en-US happy to sit down and talk about them and en-US her five grandchildren and four greats or en-US even her two fur babies. en-US This Fort Pierce girl, who grew up going en-US to the Sunrise Theatre when it was a movie en-US house, drinking birch beer at the old A&W, en-US and driving her car in the hard sand of Fort en-US Pierce Beach is grateful every day for everyen-US -en-US thing but nothing means more to her than her family, her fur -ba bies, her health, and en-USher ability and desire to help others.en-US To learn more about the HANDS Clinic, en-US to volunteer, to donate, or to support The Jewelia Project, call (772) 462 -5652. Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers! The Atlantic Animal Clinic1315 NE Sunview Terr. Jensen BeachCall for an appointment today 334-5901 Vaccine ClinicSaturday, June 16th$500 Rabies ShotsCash & Check Only 8 AM 11 AM 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Rabies Alert in Martin County The Jewelia Project raises money, awareness en-USBy Sydney Liebmanen-USSpecial to Hometown News en-USPat Alley NOW OPENLIFE CELEBRATION CENTER AYCOCK AT TRADITIONGreat for Any Special Occasion Anniversaries Receptions Birthday PartiesCall Today to Arrange Your Private Tour12571 SW TRADITION PKWY. PORT ST. LUCIE772-618-2336

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en-US 4 en-USprovide feedback on each others work at en-US this program, scheduled for the first and en-US third Tuesday of each month. This informal en-US writing support group is organized by en-US community volunteers and is free and open en-US to anyone interested in writing. Writers of all en-US genres and skills are welcome to drop in and en-US participate. en-US For more information, contact en-US the staff at (772) 462-6870, email en-US shroyerc@stlucieco.org en-US or visit en-US http://library.en-US stlucieco.gov.en-US en-US Weekly Storytime Jam:en-US Tuesdays at en-US 10:30 a.m., Zora Neale Hurston Branch en-US Library, 3008 Avenue D, Fort Pierce. en-US Designed for ages 2-5, this interactive en-US program will have your young ones clapping, en-US dancing, singing and listening to stories each en-US week. en-US For more information, call (772) 462-en-US 2154 or visit en-US http://library.stlucieco.gov en-US or en-US email en-US rovitoa@stlucieco.org.en-US en-US Celebrate Recovery:en-US 7-9:30 p.m., en-US Fairlawn Baptist Church, 3003 Rhode Island en-US Ave., Fort Pierce. A free, Christ-centered en-US recovery program offered every Tuesday en-US evening. en-US For more information, call (772) en-US 461-0814.en-GBWEDNESDAY, JUNE 6en-GB en-GB Pretty Princess Tea Party:en-GB 10-11:30 en-GB a.m., first Wednesday of each month, at the en-GB Port St. Lucie Civic Center, on the southeast en-GB corner of U.S. 1 and Walton Road. Meant en-GB for girls ages 2-10 years old. Cost is $3 per en-GB child. Dress in princess attire and meet en-GB princesses from Princess Enchantments. en-GB The party also includes a dress-up trunk, en-GB story time, tea time snacks, sing-a-long, and en-GB fun crafts project. Parents are encouraged to en-GB participate. Pre-registration is required. en-GB For en-GB more information, call (772) 807-4499.en-US en-US Heathcote's Herb Society Sunset en-US Garden Tour:en-US 5 p.m., Heathcote Botanical en-US Gardens, 210 Savannah Road, Fort Pierce. en-US Enjoy a guided tour in the Herb Garden with en-US curator Miriam Charles and learn about one en-US of Heathcote's most treasured garden en-US rooms. Refreshments and herb-infused en-US appetizers will be enjoyed as part of the en-US program. Interested members welcome at en-US no charge; $10 for non-members. en-USRSVP by en-US calling (772) 464-4672 or email en-US info@en-US HeathcoteBotanicalGardens.org.en-USFRIDAY, JUNE 8en-US en-US 'Project Linus' meets:en-US Project Linus en-US Martin St. Lucie counties is a non-profit en-US organization that provides homemade en-US blankets (knitted, crocheted, quilted, fleece) en-US to children (newborn to 18 years old) within en-US our community who are in need of comfort. en-US Meetings are held on the second Friday each en-US month (except July) from 10 a.m. until noon en-US at the Kane Center, 900 S.E. Salerno Road, en-US Stuart. en-US For more information, contact Lana en-US at en-US galfridy@aol.com.en-USMONDAY, JUNE 11 FRIDAY, JUNE 15en-GB en-GB BioEyes Summer Camp:en-GB For ages 7-9. en-GB Held June 11-15 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., en-GB Oxbow Eco-Center, 5400 N.E. St. James en-GB Drive, Port St. Lucie. The BioEYES camp is en-GB a hands-on science project that allows kids en-GB to become real scientists as they explore en-GB live zebrafish and their life cycles. Campers en-GB will breed the fish and raise the resulting en-GB embryos until they hatch out as clear, free-en-GB swimming larvae with beating hearts that en-GB can be seen under microscopes. $175. en-GB Registration required: call (772) 785-5833.en-GB or visit en-GB www.oxboweco.org.en-GBTUESDAY, JUNE 12en-US en-US Weekly Storytime Jam:en-US Tuesdays at en-US 10:30 a.m., Zora Neale Hurston Branch en-US Library, 3008 Avenue D, Fort Pierce. en-US Designed for ages 2-5, this interactive en-US program will have your young ones clapping, en-US dancing, singing and listening to stories each en-US week. en-US For more information, call (772) 462-en-US 2154 or visit en-US http://library.stlucieco.gov en-US or en-US email en-US rovitoa@stlucieco.org.en-US en-US Celebrate Recovery:en-US 7-9:30 p.m., en-US Fairlawn Baptist Church, 3003 Rhode Island en-US Ave., Fort Pierce. A free, Christ-centered en-US recovery program offered every Tuesday en-US evening. en-US For more information, call (772) en-US 461-0814. AREA'S BEST BUSINESS REVIEW Presented by: Metro News All Rights Reserved. 1-918-234-7768Spending more and buying less? Maybe you should be shopping at WALMART in Sebastian, where your dollar goes a lot further! Conveniently located at 2001 US-1. phone (772) 589-8528 ; this full line department store offers something that most other stores cant compete with the areas very lowest prices on EVERYTHING Food to feed your family, toys to entertain your children, school supplies, sporting goods, tools, and auto accessories. Nearly every little thing you can think of! Most regular retail department stores feature full retail prices. At WALMART, this is not the case! Here you get the service you want, the quality you look for, and prices you can afford! Open 24 hours, they can meet all of your needs at any given time day or night. If youre shopping for appliances or furniture, WALMART offers you the kind of quality you deserve. We, the editors of this 2018 Area's Best Business Review offer this suggestion to the people in our area: So, whether or not you need a big grocery shopping trip, get your tire changed or pick-up a prescription, do what smart shoppers domake WALMART your one-stop shopping headquarters for the best products, the largest selection and the ultimate in everyday bargains! FREE ESTIMATES!!! Repair Specialists Metal Roof Experts Fast Free Roofing Inspections & Estimates 772-208-3697GOT LEAKS? MISSING SHINGLES?INSURANCE RESTORATION SPECIALISTS WE CAN HELP CALL NOW FOR 10% OFF Wills, Trusts, Estates & Elder LawShaun W. Wiedrick, Esq. Attorney & Counselor at Law Royal Palm Financial Center 759 SW Federal Hwy., Suite 212 Stuart, Florida 34994772.463.4443No matter how large or small your estate, living trusts and other techniques and strategies can be employed to address concerns with taxes, probate court and guardianships. Learn how these approaches may apply to you. Learn about Medicaid rules. These rules can be very important to those concerned about stays in a nursing home, etc. Meet Chester en-USJust look at my happy face, how could you not fall in love? I am a 6 en-US year old mixed breed that has been at the shelter for over a year. I en-US am housebroken and know basic commands. All I want to do is en-US make people happy. I love going to weekend events dreaming of en-US someone adopting me. I am a great companion. Please visit Chesen-US -en-US ter, and all his adoptable friends, at our Fort Pierce shelter located en-US at 100 Savannah Rd. For more information please contact us at en-US 772-461-0687 or visit our website at www.hsslc.org.en-USLooking for a home en-USCalendaren-USFrom page 2

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en-US 5 en-USFort Pierce Police Departmenten-USTheotis Holloman, 20, 3806 Avenue P, Fort en-US Pierce, possession of marijuana of more than en-US 20 grams.en-US Michael Sams, 36, 6568 N.W. Chugwater en-US Cir., Port St. Lucie, possession of a weapon or en-US ammunition by a convicted Florida felon.en-US Pedro Lopez-Vasquez, 29, 1007 York Ave, en-US Fort Pierce, aggravated battery.en-US Jerrell Leaonard, 28, 1510 S.E. Apache Ave., en-US Stuart, arrested on an active felony warrant for en-US battery by strangulation and larceny.en-US Tyrone Armstrong, 43, 3107 Avenue M, Fort en-US Pierce, possession of cocaine.en-US Brian Robertson, 34, 306 N. 18th St., Fort en-US Pierce, arrested on an out-of-county (Broward) en-US felony warrant for sexual battery of a child with en-US familial or custodial authority.en-US Tracy Costello, 30, 3385 S.E. Evergreen en-US Ave., Stuart, possession of a controlled suben-US -en-US stance without a prescription.en-US Michael Roy, 37, 2205 Winding Creek Lane, en-US Fort Pierce, arrested on an active out-of-county en-US (DeSoto) felony warrant for fraud.en-US Judeson Fils-Aime, 20, 1310 S. 13th St., Fort en-US Pierce, hit-and-run failure to stop and remain en-US at a crash site involving injury or serious bodily en-US injury.en-US Brittney Powell, 21, 2292 Flanders Road en-US S.E., Port St. Lucie, arrested on outstanding St. en-US Lucie County felony warrants for possession of en-US a controlled substance without a prescription en-US and child neglect.en-US Takiyah Brown, 31, 2504 S. US Hwy. 1, Fort en-US Pierce, arrested on an active St. Lucie County en-US felony warrant on a violation of probation for en-US child abuse without great bodily harm.en-USPort St. Lucie Police en-US Departmenten-USLynn Doss, 60, 982 S.E. Damask Ave., Port en-US St. Lucie, possession of cocaine.en-US Julgens Joseph, 33, address withheld, Port en-US St. Lucie, cruelty to a child aggravated child en-US abuse.en-US Jaimesley Saint-Surin, 20, 612 N. 23rd St., en-US Fort Pierce, arrested on a St. Lucie County felen-US-en-US ony warrant for robbery with a deadly weapon en-US and burglary while armed with an assault or en-US battery.en-US Marcus Gaines, 22, 206 Heath St., Fort en-US Pierce, possession of marijuana of more than en-US 20 grams and possession of marijuana with the en-US intent to sell, manufacture or deliver.en-USSt. Lucie County Sheriffs en-US Officeen-USJonathan Hammonds, 39, 1326 S.W. Sultan en-US Drive, Port St. Lucie, arrested on an outstanden-US-en-US ing St. Lucie County felony warrant for failure en-US of a sex offender to properly register with the en-US drivers license office.en-US Ernest Reigh, 66, absconded, Fort Pierce, en-US arrested on an active St. Lucie County felony en-US warrant for failure to register as a sexual predaen-US -en-US tor and failure of a sex offender to report a en-US change n residence.en-US Deion Anderson, 21, 601-7 Avenue E, Fort en-US Pierce, lewd or lascivious behavior commiten-US-en-US ting a sex act in the presence of a correction-faen-US -en-US cility employee.en-US Curtis Gordineer, 29, 131 Old Dixie Hwy., en-US Vero Beach, arrested on an out-of-county en-US (Indian River) felony warrant for third-degree en-US grand theft and uttering a forged check, bill or en-US draft.en-US Robert Hallock, 25, 505 Mades Drive, Fort en-US Pierce, arrested on an outstanding St. Lucie en-US County felony warrant on an order revoking en-US pretrial release for a new arrest for possession en-US of cocaine.en-US Roger Frazier, 31, 3450 S.W. Galeti St., Port en-US St. Lucie, arrested on an outstanding St. Lucie en-US County felony warrant on an order revoking en-US pretrial release for a new arrest for possession en-US of a firearm, ammunition or electric weapon by en-US a prohibited person.en-US Devon Garcia, 22, 638 S.E. Evergreen Terr., en-US Port St. Lucie, arrested on an outstanding St. en-US Lucie County felony warrant on an order revoken-US -en-US ing pretrial release for a new arrest for aggraen-US -en-US vated battery and false imprisonment.en-US Larry Jones, 24, 4560 S.E. Murray Cove Cir., en-US Stuart, arrested on an outstanding St. Lucie en-US County felony warrant for possession of marien-US -en-US juana of more than 20 grams.en-US David Wilder, 31, 2303 N. 15th St., Fort en-US Pierce, arrested on an active St. Lucie County en-US felony warrant on an order revoking pretrial en-US release for a new offense.en-US Junior Zimeo, 19, 508-B S. 32nd St., Fort en-US Pierce, arrested on a St. Lucie County felony en-US warrant.en-US Eduardo Viamontes, 20, 1918 Wyoming en-US Ave., Fort Pierce, arrested on a felony order for en-US revocation of release on own recognizance.en-US Jason Rhodes, 39, address withheld, Port St. en-US Lucie, cruelty toward a child child abuse withen-US -en-US out great bodily harm and child abuse as an en-US intentional act.en-US Wilmer Cuellar-Mandoza, 24, 916 Fra Mar en-US Place, Fort Pierce, larceny grand theft of a en-US firearm and carrying a concealed weapon or en-US firearm.en-US Van Lowe, 25, 5300-A DeLeon Ave., Fort en-US Pierce, battery for the second or subsequent en-US offense.en-US Roy Buckins, 62, 2023 St. Lucie Blvd. Lot en-US 149, Fort Pierce, domestic battery by stranguen-US -en-US lation, kidnapping or false imprisonment of an en-US adult and obstruction of justice by tampering in en-US a third-degree felony proceeding.en-US Yensir Rodriguez-Maranda, 37, 734-A Delaen-US -en-US ware Ave., Fort Pierce, arrested on an out en-US-en-US standing St. Lucie County felony warrant for en-US burglary of a dwelling with an assault or battery.en-US Lana Adams, 24, 601-12 S. Ocean Drive, en-US Fort Pierce, possession of a controlled suben-US -en-US stance without a prescription.en-US Reginald Long, 47, 2506 Wilkins Ave., Fort en-US Pierce, driving with a suspended license as a en-US habitual offender.en-US James Marshall, 20, 1704 N. 12th St., Fort en-US Pierce, arrested on an outstanding felony waren-US -en-US rant for lewd or lascivious behavior while incaren-US -en-US cerated at the St. Lucie County Jail.en-US Timothy Jacobs, 34, 3237 Vernon St., Fort en-US Pierce, domestic battery by strangulation.en-US Chas Legg, 27, 355 14th Ave., Vero Beach, en-US arrested on an active felony warrant for felony en-US battery.en-US Blake Paradise, 26, 217 S.W. Degouvea en-US Terr., Port St. Lucie, arrested on an outstanding en-US felony warrant for felony petit theft.en-US German Morales, 20, 3265 S. US Hwy. 1 Lot en-US 60, Fort Pierce, arrested on an outstanding felen-US-en-US ony warrant for failure to appear.en-USPolice reporten-USEditors note: en-US This is a list of arrests, not en-US convictions, and all arrestees are presumed en-US innocent unless or until proven guilty in a en-US court of law. 772-207-4599If you are considering selling contact us for a professional to sit with you first No Dealer FeesDealer fees average about $1,000 in South Florida. Earl Stewart is one of the very few who say "No. Dealer Fees. Ever."The Earl Stewart CodeIt's what we live by every day: the DNA that drives the awesome customer experience we provide.7 Day Unconditional Money Back Returns on Used CarsBuying a used car can be scary...but not at Earl Stewart Toyota.3 Day Unconditional Money Back Returns on New CarsChanged your mind? No big deal!What Makes Us Dierent?It starts with our employees; we work hard to make this a special place.1PriceAn honest, low price right up front without haggling and without bogus add on fees!Red PhonesFour hotlines at Earl Stewart Toyota connect you instantly to Earl Stewart's personal iPhone. No reason is too small to call!Confessions of a Recovering Car DealerEarl Stewart's book that spills the beans! Great resource to protect yourself from getting ripped o by a car dealer.Tires For LifeGet replacement tires for life at no charge when you buy a new Toyota or a Certied Used Toyota from us. Learn more at www.EarlStewartToyota.com800-378-5111

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en-USVIEWPOINTen-USFRIDAY, JUNE 1, 2018 en-US PORT ST. LUCIEen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSSLC.COM PAGE 6 Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 5059 Turnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2018, Hometown News, L.C.Voted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Farris Robinson ...................................President Vernon D. Smith .................................. Managing Partner Don Hornbeck ..................................... Regional Circulation Manager Flora Wilkerson ................................... Circulation Administrator Robin Bevilacqua ................................ Human Resources Annita Ferrante ................................... Account Receivable Amanda Wheaton .............................. Credit & Collections Kathy Young ........................................ Major/Natl. Accounts Manager Julie Cleveland ..................................... Major/National Advertising Consultant Amanda Tucker ................................... Office Mgr/Comm.Relations Alan Nelson ......................................... Sales Manager Denice Ball .......................................... Advertising Consultant Michelle McPhearson ......................... Advertising Consultant Jackie Campbell ................................. Advertising Consultant Mercedes Lee-Paquette ..................... Production Manager Heather Donaldson ............................ Inside Sales Manager Angie Daniels ...................................... Inside Sales Assistant Carol Deprey-Zelenak ......................... Classified Consultant Kayla Evans ......................................... Classified Consultant Johnnetha Moody ............................... Private Party Sales Consultant Anna-Marie Menhenott ...................... Managing Editor Sevin Bullwinkle .................................. Staff Photographer Sarah Callender .................................. Paginator Phone (772) 465-5656 Fax (772) 465-5301Classified (800) 823-0466 Rants & Raves (866) 465-5504Circulation Inquiries 1-866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comPORT ST. LUCIE en-USRantsen-US & en-USRaves en-USGot something to say? en-USEmail the Hometown Rants & Raves at en-USnewsfp@hometownnewsol.comen-USThe Rants and Raves section provides a chance for readers to share their thoughts with en-US other readers. The opinions included are not those of Hometown News or its employees.en-USPlease limit your submissions to 250 words, so that we can include more entries. en-US Readers are asked to refrain from making slanderous or libelous statements. en-USFar too earlyen-USCan someone please tell me why it's en-US necessary to mow one's lawn before 9 a.m.? en-US My retired neighbor regularly starts before en-US eight thirty, recently it's seven thirty. Despite en-US four sides of the property to mow, the choen-US -en-US sen area is directly outside our bedroom. en-US Fine, the master bedroom was moved. It en-US made very little difference, the noise is en-US just too loud to sleep through. Any attempt en-US to discuss this would only end with the en-US neighbor walking away. How does one justien-US-en-US fy a total lack of consideration for anyone?en-USHave some respect for en-US other living creaturesen-USWe have a lot of wildlife here displaced by en-US construction. Please slow down on the roads en-US and watch out for our little innocents. I had en-US to bury a young painted turtle yesterday en-US morning that had its shell crushed by some en-US motorist who was obviously not paying en-US attention.en-US You can look at your cell phone all you en-US want once you get to your destination. Get en-US with the program and have a little respect en-US for other living creatures who are just trying en-US to get by.en-USNo inspectionsen-USYou don't want automobile inspections in en-US Florida. I moved from a state that had en-US inspections. Although there were legitimate en-US places that gave tickets, there were also en-US crooked ones. You don't want that here.en-USNo checks?en-USI just came back from the pharmacy and I en-US went to pay by check. The machine would en-US not accept it. I had the money. I called the en-US bank to verify that I did. I had a sizable bank en-US balance. Businesses are blocking out accepten-US -en-US ing checks and forcing us to use our credit en-US cards. Then we get charged interest. I don't en-US think that should be legal. I wish businesses en-US would accept checks.en-USProposed budget cuts can en-US only make one go hmmen-USWhile everyone is listening to Russia/payen-US-en-US offs drama ... also read about the proposed en-US coming budget cuts due to our 21 trillion en-US debt. I'm not opposed to all of them, but en-US these caught my attention:en-US $800 million cut to Medicare/Medicaiden-US $6.96 billion cut to children's health en-US programen-US $40.8 million cut to public and Indian en-US housingen-US $10 million cut to the EPAen-US $179.1 million cut to Federal Highways.en-US Hmm . .en-USContact FPL for survey to find en-US out about high power billen-USIf you're bothered by a high electric bill, en-US contact FPL at (800) 342-5375 and request a en-US "free" onsite home energy survey. They will en-US figure it out.en-USDomestic violence a bigger en-US problem than society admitsen-USI really wish society would take the proben-US-en-US lem of domestic violence a lot more seriousen-US -en-US ly. I think all these mass shootings can be en-US attributed to domestic violence.en-US I wish more attorneys would start stepen-US -en-US ping up on more pro bono cases. en-US And I really wish there was no more en-US domestic violence but there is and someen-US -en-USPhoto by MaryAnn Ketchamen-USThis years City of Port St. Lucie Memorial Day Service took place en-US inside the Citys Community Center. In remembrance of every Veten-US eran from every War.   Our fallen Heroes.   Here, Sgt. Jennif er Per en-US-en-US kins with the St. Lucie County Sheriffs Office, sings The Star Spanen-US -en-US gled Banner. thing more needs to be done. en-USGet informed by viable sources en-US before sharing political viewsen-USFirst I am not a Democrat nor a Republien-US -en-US can. I am a registered independent.en-US To the people who rave about President en-US Trump, I suggest looking up the word naren-US -en-US cissist and see all the symptoms that fit him en-US perfectly.en-US Then pick a source to fact check his en-US claims. Your choice. Just not Fox News. en-US Some source that you believe to be unbien-US -en-US ased.en-US Then if you are honest and well-informed en-US about government policy, I welcome your en-US views.en-USIncoming group of youths are en-US the next 'great generation'en-USJust when I had given up hope along en-US comes a new generation. They are eneren-US -en-US gized. They are going to Tallahassee and en-US Washington. They are lobbying, marching en-US and demonstrating. They will vote.en-USSecond Amendment needs to en-US be amended, understandableen-USIt's time to rewrite the Second Amenden-US-en-US ment. As it stands: "A well regulated Militia, en-US being necessary to the security of a free en-US State, the right of the people to keep and en-US bear Arms, shall not be infringed."en-US It is confusing and was written before en-US assault weapons became popularized and en-US protected by the NRA. It sounds as though en-US only the well-regulated militia (the National en-US Guard?) should have the right to bear arms.en-US Lets at least have a law that is understanden-US-en-US able.en-USElected officials must be jailed en-US for delaying dispensariesen-USThe people legally voted on marijuana en-US being made legal for medicinal purposes, so en-US why are our elected officials and county en-US commissioners getting away with blocking en-US the people's decision to get these organizaen-US -en-US tions starting it up and going?en-US These people that should follow the laws en-US that are breaking the laws, and that are not en-US allowing marijuana dispensaries after a year, en-US should be rounded up and put in jail.en-US These people are breaking the law. This is en-US a law people voted on. It's disgraceful. en-US Someone should stop them. When are they en-US going to wake up?en-US What do they think they can do? Anyen-US-en-US thing they want to? They can't. It's the voten-US -en-US ers' right to demand to put these dispensaen-US-en-US ries out before 2018. It was voted on in 2016. en-USHonoring the fallen

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en-US 7 en-USTen costs comprising the total price of a caren-USEarl Stewart is the owner and general en-US manager of Earl Stewart Toyota in North en-US Palm Beach. The dealership is located at en-US 1215 N. Federal Highway in Lake Park. en-US Contact him at en-USwww.earlstewarttoyota.com, en-US call 561-358-1474, fax 561-658-0746 or en-US emailen-US earl@estoyota.com.en-USUen-USnderstanding and calculating the en-US TOTAL PRICE of a car is very en-US complicated and time consuming. en-US The average price of a new car is about en-US $40,000, but when you add all the other en-US costs associated with the car and multiply en-US this by all the cars you will buy in your en-US lifetime, youre talking hundreds of en-US thousands of dollars. This means that you en-US should make the effort and take the time to en-US fully understand the Total Price of the next en-US car you buy.en-US Car dealers and car manufacturers en-US advertise car prices that are only a small en-US fraction of the true cost of the car. When en-US youre comparing advertised prices from en-US different dealers and different makes and en-US models of cars, you have virtually no valid en-US information on making the right purchase en-US decision. Dealers almost always advertise a en-US price that is substantially lower than you en-US can buy their car. If they dont do this, their en-US competitor will, and they will lose the sale.en-US Manufacturers almost never advertise the en-US other costs associated with their cars, unless en-US the car happens to have a low cost in that en-US category. For example, Subaru has a low en-US cost of depreciation, but youll never see a en-US Chrysler ad about depreciation cost. The en-US fine print in every manufacturers ad en-US stipulates that the dealers can add dealer en-US installed accessories and dealer fees.en-US Below Ive listed all the costs totaling the en-US TRUE TOTAL COST of the cars you buy.en-US (1) Selling price of caren-US (2) Trade-in allowanceen-US (3) Interest cost of financingen-US (4) Finance products.en-US (5) Depreciationen-US (6) Insuranceen-US (7) Maintenanceen-US (8) Repairsen-US (9) Dealer Installed Accessoriesen-US (10) Dealer Feesen-US Selling Price of Car. Determine the en-US lowest selling price of the car you want to en-US buy as follows: Check with these two 3rd en-US party car buying services,www.TrueCar.en-US comandhttps://www.costcoauto.com. en-US Then take the lowest price of the two and en-US shop it with at least three dealers on the en-US exact same make, model, accessories and en-US MSRP as the car you priced with TrueCar en-US and Costco.en-US Trade-in Allowance. Keep the sale of en-US your trade-in separate from your purchase en-US transaction. The dealer you buy your car en-US from will try to pay you less for your en-US trade-in than its worth; or he will delude en-US you into believing hes giving you a good en-US price by overcharging you on the car youre en-US buying. Get purchase offers on your en-US trade-in from the used car departments at en-US three dealers who sell the make of car you en-US are driving. Make an appointment with the en-US used car manager and simply explain that en-US you want to sell your car, but make it clear en-US you arent buying another. Also, tell him en-US you are getting competing bids from two en-US other dealers. When you make the final en-US decision on the dealer you will purchase en-US your car from, offer him the right to match en-US or beat your best price offer. Remember en-US that Florida and other states offer you sales en-US tax exemption on the amount of your trade-en-US in allowance.en-US Interest Cost of Financing. Car dealers en-US make more money financing cars and en-US selling warranties and other finance en-US products than they do on the actual sale of en-US the car. Check with your bank and credit en-US union. Credit unions offer lower rates than en-US most banks. You can join some credit en-US unions for a relatively modest annual fee. en-US Also, consider the dealers interest rate if it en-US is a subsidized low rate offered by the en-US manufacturer of the car.en-US Finance Products. Theres pressure by the en-US federal agency, the CFPB, Consumer en-US Finance Protection Bureau, on car dealers en-US about charging exorbitant interest rates to en-US minorities. Many dealers have resorted to en-US shifting their finance profits to products en-US and services added into the retail installen-US -en-US ment sales contract. Oftentimes these en-US products and services arent properly en-US disclosed to the buyer. Carefully read your en-US installment sales contract before you sign it en-US to be sure that there are no warranties, en-US prepaid maintenance agreements, road en-US hazard insurance, roadside assistance, en-US LoJack, or anything else added to the en-US finance cost of your car that you havent en-US agreed to buy.en-US Depreciation. All different makes and en-US models of cars depreciate at different rates. en-US The differences are substantial and can en-US amount to thousands of dollars. The selling en-US price of a Subaru and a Chrysler can be the en-US same, but the Chrysler will depreciate en-US thousands more than the Subaru. You can en-US research depreciation online atwww.en-US ConsumerReports.com,www.Kbb.en-US com,www.Edmunds.com, andwww.ALG.en-US com.en-US Maintenance. The cost of maintenance en-US for cars has dropped precipitously in the en-US past ten years. Cars are built better and en-US require far less maintenance, like oil en-US changes, than ever before. The cost is so en-US low that most manufacturers are offering en-US free maintenance in first 2 or 3 years of en-USownership. However, if you keep your car en-US longer, the cost of maintenance naturally en-US increases. Consumer Reports is, by far, your en-US best source of information on maintenance en-US and repairs of all makes of used and new en-US cars.en-US Repairs. Repairs are usually mentioned en-US together with maintenance, but I separate en-US them because, even though repairs are en-US required less frequently like maintenance, en-US the actual cost of repairs are very high. This en-US is because todays cars consist of very high en-US tech and complex computer systems which en-US are often manufactured in modules. Repairs en-US often involve the replacement of an entire en-US computer module (not just a few parts), en-US costing thousands of dollars. One again, I en-US refer you to Consumer Reports for detailed en-US information on repair costs. Their annual en-US April Auto Issue is worth its weight in en-US gold as source of buying information.en-US Dealer Installed Accessories. JUST SAY en-US NO! With rare exceptions, all accessories en-US installed by dealers on their cars before they en-US are sold are vastly overpriced and have very en-US little value or utility. Dealer installed en-US accessories exist so that the dealer can add en-US profit to the sale of the car above the en-US advertised price. Examples of these en-US overpriced accessories are Nitrogen in tires, en-US LoJack, pinstripes, roadside assistance, and en-US paint sealant.en-US Dealer Fees. Last, but certainly not least, en-US are car dealers dirtiest little secret. Dealer en-US fee is a generic name for all the bogus fees en-US that dealers add to the advertised price of en-US their cars. The thing they have in common en-US is the word fee because it resonates as an en-US official local, state, or federal fee. A few of en-US the creative names for dealer fees are en-US Electronic Filing Fee, Tag Agency Fee, en-US Notary Fee, Handling Fee, Administrative en-US Fee, Dealer Prep Fee, and Dealer Service en-US Fee. The way to spot a real fee from a bogus en-US fee is by determining if the dealer charged en-US you sales tax on that amount. THERE IS en-US NO STATE SALES TAX CHARGED ON en-US GOVERNMENT FEES. ON CARS en-USEARL STEWART

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Not Valid with Any Other Offer.Expires 6-15-18 Same Day Service AppointmentsLawn SprayingRodent ControlTermite Control Household Pest Control R E A D E R S 1C H O I C E 2015 2016 2015 2016 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Verticals PlusFamily Owned & Operated Since 1989Custom Made BlindsCellular & Pleated Shades, Faux Wood & Wood Blinds, Shutters, Quality Verticals, Woven Woods, Mini Blinds & More 10% OFF( orders of $500 or more)Exp. 7-6-182201 S.E. Indian St., Stuartwww.VerticalsPlusStuart.com221-0627Monday Friday 9-4 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Be somewhat wary of the cloud en-USOen-USnce upon a time there was this en-US guy who was so enamored with en-US cloud computing that he stuck en-US all of his digital eggs in one basket and in en-US the blink of an eye lost it all. The end. en-US Alright, OK, Im sure there are enough en-US of you reading this wondering what in the en-US world Im going on about this week so I en-US suppose I ought to take a few words to en-US explain. You see I recently read an article en-US online (an open letter to Google en-US actually) written by a very distraught en-US fellow who wanted Google to know just en-US how badly they messed up when they en-US locked him out of all of his data. en-US The poor guy goes on to explain that he en-US spent months switching all of his email en-US over to gmail, all of his photos over to en-US Googles photo service (Picasa), all of his en-US docs to Google Docs, etc. After painstaken-US -en-US ingly moving all of his data to Googles en-US servers (wherever the hell they are) he en-US woke up one day to find out his account en-US had been closed due to a terms of service en-US violation which he swears up and down en-US he didnt commit. en-US The bottom line is he spent a consideren-US -en-US able amount of time moving his entire en-US digital inventory up to Googles cloud, en-US didnt make any provisions to back any of en-US it up and then (just as Murphys law en-US demands) found himself completely en-US locked out. en-US Now, this column isnt about whether en-US Google had a right to lock him out of his en-US account or not nor is it some type of cry en-US out to the powers that be to change the en-US way our data is safeguarded when we en-US hand it over to the cloud. Its more of a en-US cautionary tale to remind us of that which en-US we already know back up everything! en-US Even when entrusting your data to the en-US cloud, back it to a local drive as well! To en-US not do so is just asking for it. en-US OK, lets look at this a little closer shall en-US we? First the decision to use a cloud en-US service may be a decision that many are en-US not even aware that they are making. Let en-US me try to clarify a couple things, take en-US email for example. If you are accessing en-US your email through your web browser by en-US going to www.gmail.com, www.yahoo.en-US com, www.aol.com or any of the other en-US email services that offer web based mail en-US service then guess what? Your email is en-US being stored and managed in the cloud en-US and if you should find yourself in en-US violation of the terms of service you too en-US could find yourself locked out. (Just how en-US well did you read those terms when you en-US signed up? You know, the terms you have en-US to click the Accept button for in order to en-US set up your account?) en-US Most email services allow the downen-US -en-US loading of email to a local email client en-US which is present on each en-US and every machine out en-US there Windows, Mac en-US or Linux. You can set up en-US your computers email en-US program (Windows Live en-US Mail, Outlook, Outlook en-US Express for those en-US machines still running en-US Windows XP, Mail on en-US Macs) by configuring en-US the POP or IMAP en-US settings. Look it up in en-US your email services help en-US settings and if your en-US email service doesnt en-US provide for it then you en-US may want to consider an en-US alternative. en-US Next lets look at the en-US folly of uploading all of your digital en-US pictures to a service like Googles Picasa en-US Web Albums and then deleting the local en-US copies after you upload all of your en-US pictures. Why on earth would anyone do en-US that? Well Sean, we dont want all these en-US duplicates now do we? Well, actually, en-US you do. en-US Sure, uploading all of your photos to a en-US web based service is great but for Gods en-US sakes, dont get rid of the originals! Did en-US you know that you can get 8 gigabyte en-US thumb drives from just about any en-US drugstore nowadays for about 10 bucks! en-US Do you know how many duplicate en-US photos you can store on 8 gigs? Then if en-US anything happens to your web albums en-US you luckily will have all of those pesky en-US duplicates to fall back on. en-US The list goes on Google Docs Sure en-US save all of your Docs to cloud storage en-US but how about synchronizing them with a en-US local folder on your own machine, you en-US know, just in case Google goes belly up it en-US will be nice to have a backup. en-US As the concept of cloud computing en-US becomes all encompassing its important en-US to remember that its your data. Dont just en-US assume that they will protect it for you. en-US Sean McCarthy fixes computers. He can en-US be reached at 888-752-9049 or en-US help@en-US ComputeThisOnline.comen-US (no hyphens). COMPUTE THIS en-USSEAN MCCARTHY

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en-US 9 for traces of sucralose and acetaminophen, en-USboth signs of wastewater pollution. Ms. en-US Brewton presented the bulk of the informaen-US -en-US tion during the special meeting, saying that en-US the waterways reflected a trend of more en-US poor exceedances over the last three years en-US suggesting that area water quality was worsen-US-en-US ening. en-US Two sites in particular within the river en-US have high levels for fecal coliform that are in en-US exceedance, she said. R1, which is at White en-US City Park, in the dry season, and R7, which en-US is south of Club Med, in the wet season. en-US What really jumps out is that the highest en-US concentrations are found in the canal sites. en-US Multiple sites had exceedances for fecal colien-US-en-US form in different seasons, but in particular en-US Sagimore, Hogpen Slough, Veterans Memoen-US-en-US rial, Elcam and E22.en-US In addition to the evidence of fecal colien-US-en-US form, the study also revealed moderate en-US amounts of e coli in both upstream and en-US downstream portions of Ten Mile Creek as en-US well as evidence of enterococci. Researchers en-US also found significant amounts of reactive en-US nutrients such as ammonium nitrate, disen-US -en-US solved inorganic nitrogen and soluble phosen-US-en-US phorus.en-US So this is indicating there is bacteria en-US coming into the North Fork from the tribuen-US -en-US tary site, Ms. Brewton added. Then if we en-US move down to the river values for enteroen-US -en-US cocci. you can see that there is a significant en-US amount at all of the river sites, so unfortuen-US-en-US nately this is reinforcing that there is a bacen-US -en-US teria problem throughout the river. We are en-US [also] seeing a high amount of nutrients en-US coming from the tributaries into the river -en-US the nutrients are high throughout the whole en-US system.en-US Councilwoman Jolien Carballo asked Ms. en-US Brewton if fertilizer runoff could be blamed en-US for the excessive amount of reactive nutrien-US-en-US ents in the samples. The research coordinaen-US-en-US tor then deferred to Dr. LaPointe, who en-US placed most of the nitrogen blame in South en-US Florida on septic tanks.en-US In the report, we talk about the dissolved en-US reactive nitrogen to phosphorus ratio, he en-US explained. What we see typically with sepen-US -en-US tic tanks is a high ratio, because as those en-US septic plumes move through the sub-suren-US -en-US face, they preferentially remove the phosen-US -en-US phorus relative to the nitrogen and so that en-US drives that ratio higher. And youll see its en-US very high in the canals, and our interpretaen-US -en-US tion is theres a lot of nitrogen probably en-US coming from the septic tanks relative to the en-US phosphorus.en-US For his part, Mayor Gregory Oravec en-US asked whether a bovine marker had been en-US used to trace whether contaminants could en-US be runoff from area cattle ranches. When en-US Ms. Brewton said the marker was still in the en-US developmental stage of the FDEP, the mayor en-US said it was another element that needed to en-US be examined and eliminated in order to find en-US the true culprit.en-US These problems are so easily thought en-US over but never solved because its really easy en-US for the party associated with the various en-US sources to point at somebody else, he said. en-US For me, obviously the agricultural interests en-US are one source and they do a lot of fertilizer en-US and they also have a lot of cattle. If would be en-US interesting, I think, for us to find out if any en-US of the bacteria is cattle or horse origin to en-US know if its flowing into the city.en-US Ms. Brewton agreed that further investien-US -en-US gation into potential agricultural sources en-US would be beneficial.en-US We definitely think the tributaries could en-US warrant more investigation for that reason en-US because there could be nutrients coming en-US from agriculture, she said. There are a lot en-US of septic systems in that area as well, so that en-US could be part of the source too. But there is en-US a higher amount of phosphorus in the tribuen-US -en-US taries so that suggests that that could be en-US coming from agriculture.en-US Mayor Oravec also asked Dr. LaPointe en-US whether he thought the environmental en-US technology known as living shorelines en-US would be useful along the North Fork and en-US its tributaries. The scientist believed the en-US local use of such water-cleansing vegetation en-US would only contribute to the citys reputaen-US -en-US tion for being environmentally proactive en-US due to its successive septic to sewer converen-US -en-US sion program. To-date Port St. Lucie has en-US completed some 40,000 of the conversions.en-US One of my colleagues at UNC Wilmingen-US-en-US ton builds constructed wetlands with speen-US -en-US cial denitrofying vegetation to remove en-US nitrogen through a microbial process, just en-US like a sewage treatment plant uses biological en-US denitrofication, he said. They design these en-US wetlands to do that. I think all these features en-US add green space and can be used very effecen-US -en-US tively when designed properly to remove en-US nutrients and improve water quality. en-USMs. Brewton made several other recomen-US -en-US mendations for the city at the end of her en-US presentation.en-US Something that municipalities have en-US done is coupling the use of groundwater en-US and surface water monitoring using the en-US nutrients of aqueous nitrogen isotopes and en-US sucralose, she said. What this does is it en-US would allow you to look at the interactions en-US of septic systems and surface water and realen-US-en-US ly figure out whats going on in your wateren-US -en-US shed. You can do tracing studies with septic en-US systems to look at the rate of transport into en-US the surface water from the septic system. en-US You can also do that if you suspect leaking en-US sewers. en-US The Council subsequently directed staff en-US to bring back cost effective solutions for en-US continuous monitoring on the citys wateren-US -en-US ways, tracing any possible leaks in the citys en-US sewer system and the possibility of creating en-US living shorelines along the North Fork of the en-US St. Lucie River and its tributaries in time for en-US its summer retreat. en-USStudyen-USFrom page 1en-USSo this is indicating there is bacteria coming into the North en-US Fork from the tributary site. Then if we move down to the river en-US values for enterococci. you can see that there is a significant en-US amount at all of the river sites, so unfortunately this is reinforcen-US -en-US ing that there is a bacteria problem throughout the river.en-USRachel Brewton en-US research coordinator

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For en-US details, call Learn to Read at (772) 464-2747.en-US Part of the St. Lucie County Library Sysen-US -en-US tem, the Port St. Lucie Branch Library is en-US located 180 Prima Vista Blvd. For more en-US information contact the Port St. Lucie en-US library staff at (772) 871-5450; email vanen-US-en-US campa@stlucieco.org or visit www.stlucieco.en-US gov/library.en-USLincoln Park Pool hosts free en-US swim lessons June 4-13en-USFORT PIERCE St. Lucie Countys Parks en-US and Recreation Department will host free en-US swimming lessons at the Lincoln Park Pool, en-US 1311 Avenue M, June 4 13.en-US This American Red Cross Centennial en-US Program provides free swim lessons Monen-US -en-US day through Wednesday from June 4 -13, en-US with makeup lessons on Thursday, June 7 en-US and Thursday, June 14. en-US Session one is scheduled from 5:15 to 6 en-US p.m., while session two will take place 6:15 en-US to 7 p.m. These lessons are open to all ages, en-US but registration is required. Register by callen-US -en-US ing (772) 871-2183.en-US Tragically, drowning remains the leading en-US cause of unintended, injury related death for en-US children ages 1-4, and the second leading en-US cause of accidental death for children under en-US 14 in the United States. Research shows paren-US -en-US ticipation in formal swimming lessons can en-US reduce the risk of drowning.en-US For more information call (772) 871-2183 en-US or visit http://www.stlucieco.gov/aquatic.en-USSpots still available for Oxbows en-US Science Campsen-USThe Oxbow Eco-Center will host a varien-US-en-US ety of science-themed camps this summer en-US where participants become scientists, en-US exploring and discovering the amazing en-US world around us. These camps are designed en-US by local scientists and educators to be en-US extremely engaging for the young and curien-US -en-US ous. There are still spaces available in the en-US following camps:en-US BioEYES Camp: For the second year in a en-US row, campers have the opportunity to don en-US lab coats, work with live animals and learn en-US all about embryology and genetics through en-US a fish breeding program, experiments and en-US hands-on activities. This camp runs June en-US 11-15 from 9 a.m. to noon, and is open to en-US children ages 7-9. Cost is $175.en-US Magnify Your Curiosity Camp: This new en-US camp is all about exploring the world en-US through microscopes. Campers learn how en-US to use a foldable microscope that really en-US works. And, they get to take one home to en-US make discoveries on their own for years to en-US come. This camp runs July 16-20 from 2:30 en-US to 5:30 p.m. and is open to ages 9-13. Cost is en-US $175.en-US Junior Oxbow Scientist Camp: Hold en-US onto your lab coat, young science enthusien-US -en-US asts. This camp is loaded with a variety of en-US engaging activities focusing on science, en-US technology, engineering and art. Come be a en-US part of the fun. The camp runs July 23-27 en-US from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m., and is open to chilen-US -en-US dren ages 6-9. Cost is $125.en-US The Oxbow is a St. Lucie County Envien-US -en-US ronmental Learning Center situated on 225-en-US acres on the St. Lucie River. It is located at en-US 5400 N.E. St. James Drive, Port St. Lucie, en-US 1-1/2 miles south of Midway Road across en-US from the St. James Shopping Center.en-US For more information, visit www.en-US oxboweco.com. en-USSenseSational Storytime slips en-US into the Lewis Library en-USThe Paula A. Lewis Branch Library, 2950 en-US S.W. Rosser Blvd., Port St. Lucie, is offering en-US a special weekly storytime for children on en-US the autism spectrum. SenseSational Storyen-US -en-US time will take place on Tuesdays at 10 a.m. en-US June 5 through July 31 (excluding July 3).en-US Designed to engage children though stoen-US -en-US ries, music, movement and sensory activity en-US play, this program is ideal for preen-US-en-US school-aged children with sensory needs or en-US who are on the autism spectrum.en-US Each session is limited to 10 children. en-US Registration is required for each storytime. en-US Every participant must be accompanied by a en-US parent or caregiver. Well-behaved siblings en-US are also welcome to attend.en-US For details or to register, call Lisa Lima at en-US (772) 871-5484.en-USFort Pierce to Host Sunrise en-US Theatre Community Input en-US Meetingen-USThe City of Fort Pierce will host a Comen-US -en-US munity Input Meeting on Wednesday, June en-US 27 from 6-8 p.m. at the Sunrise Theatre (117 en-US S. Second Street) to garner the publics input en-US on their desires for the future of the Sunrise en-US Theatre. en-USIn preparation for the public workshop, en-US the City of Fort Pierce launched a commuen-US -en-US nity survey to elicit thoughts and opinions en-US about the Sunrise Theatre and arts and culen-US -en-US ture in general. The survey is available en-US online at https://www.surveymonkey.en-US com/r/SunriseTheatre. In addition to the en-US online survey, printed surveys are also availen-US -en-US able at City Hall.en-US The Sunrise Theatre is the premier peren-US -en-US forming arts venue on the Treasure Coast en-US and a pivotal piece of Fort Pierces cultural en-US landscape. The Sunrise has served as a cataen-US-en-US lyst for the development of our community en-US and will continue to be a destination for en-US patrons locally, regionally, nationally and en-US internationally.en-US Call (772) 467-3000 for details.en-USCommunity notes

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en-US 11 en-USPort St. Lucie High en-US School class of en-US 2018 celebrates en-US its big day!en-US Top: Antony Baren-US -en-US bary-Dykes and en-US Dylan James en-US exchange a happy en-US greeting   en-USMiddle: Senior en-US Class President en-US Jane Badio is en-US congratulated by en-US Assistant Principal en-US Tim Norfleeten-US Bottom: Class of en-US 2018 Valedictorian en-US Kelly T. Nguyen en-US sheds tears of joy en-US as she graciously en-US thanks her parents en-US for their supporten-USPhoto by MaryAnn en-US Ketchamen-USClass of 2018 Were Here Day and NightFULL CIRCLE SENIOR CARE

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en-US 12 The perfect gift for a fun evening with friends See all available gift certificates at:www.HometownNewsSLC.com Gift Certificates50% OFFSave BIG On Local Favorites EOE, we drug test Please send resume to: opportunity@hometownnewsol.com and address to Anna-Marie Menhenott, Managing Editor. Hometown News benets include medical, dental, vision and life insurance and a 401k plan. Entry-Level Staff Writer / Reporter Hometown News is independently owned and consistently rated one of the best community papers in the country. We are currently seeking an entry-level Sta Writer / Reporter to write approximately eight stories per week covering Martin and St. Lucie counties. Qualied candidates must have a strong desire to report on community news, government, schools, and local events for our weekly product. Candidates must have a degree in journalism, English, communication or related elds. Candidates must have at least two years eld experience. A successful candidate should possess: An in-depth knowledge of AP Style Strong Writing Skills Active Listening Skills Time Management Skills Ability to follow leads Ability to gather information from relevant sources Ability to interact and speak with the public Ability to interact with members of local government Ability to maintain a professional appearance and demeanor Ability to accurately document and report information Ability to establish and maintain positive work relationships Ability to perform required tasks while adhering to company policies and procedures Ability to adhere to strict deadlines. ST. LUCIE COUNTY The St. Lucie en-USCounty Library System rocks this summer en-US with activities that promote reading to all en-US ages at six branch locations. Children and en-US families can enjoy storytimes, music, learnen-US-en-US ing, science labs and more.en-US The Library Science Rocks program will en-US be offered at six library branches June 5 en-US through July 14 (except for the week of July en-US 4). Designed for students in kindergarten en-US through fifth grade, this program provides en-US students with the opportunity to take part en-US in hands-on science experiments, but come en-US early, as space is limited:en-US Tuesdays at 3:30 p.m. at the Port St. en-US Lucie Branch; 180 S.W. Prima Vista Blvd., en-US Port St. Lucie.en-US Wednesdays at 2 p.m. at the Lakewood en-US Park Branch, 7605 Santa Barbara Drive, en-US Fort Pierce, and Paula Lewis Branch, 2950 en-US S.W. Rosser Blvd., Port St. Lucie;en-US Wednesdays at 3 p.m. at the Zora Neale en-US Hurston Branch, 3008 Avenue D, Fort en-US Pierce;en-US Thursdays at 2 p.m. at the Kilmer en-US Branch, 101 Melody Lane, Fort Pierceen-US Fridays at 2 p.m. at the Morningside en-US Branch, 2410 S.E. Morningside Blvd., Port en-US St. Lucieen-US Special Summer Reading Entertainment en-US takes places at five branches on Wednesen-US -en-US days, Thursdays and Fridays. Designed for en-US students in kindergarten to fifth grade, en-US these programs will explore a wide range of en-US topics focusing on reading, drama, science, en-US nature and music:en-US The Rockin Readers! takes the stage on en-US Wednesday, June 6 at 10 a.m. at Morningen-US -en-US side and 2 p.m. at Kilmer; and Thursday, en-US June 7 at Hurston at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. at en-US Lewis; and Friday, June 8 at 2 p.m. at Lakeen-US-en-US wood Park. Join the Rockin Readers for a en-US performance that hits the beat! They will en-US show you just how to get started on your en-US reading challenge.en-US The Science Tellers get talking on en-US Wednesday, June 13 at 10 a.m. at Morningen-US -en-US side and at 2 p.m. at Kilmer; and Thursday, en-US June 14 at 10 a.m. at Hurston and 2 p.m. at en-US Lewis. Grab your spurs and journey with us en-US to the Wild, Wild West. Mystery, music and en-US science combine to create an action-packed en-US western adventure.en-US The Oxbow Eco-Center creates a buzz en-US on Wednesday, June 20 at 10 a.m. at Mornen-US -en-US ingside and 2 p.m. at Kilmer; and on Thursen-US -en-US day, June 21 at 10 a.m. at Hurston and 2 p.m. en-US at Lewis. Are mosquitoes out to ruin your en-US outdoor adventure? Join the Oxbow staff for en-US this interactive, educational skit about some en-US pesky little bugs.en-US Water safety makes a splash on Wednesen-US -en-US day, June 27 at 10 a.m. at Morningside and 2 en-US p.m. at Kilmer; and Thursday, June 28 at 10 en-US a.m. at Lakewood Park and 2 p.m. at Huren-US -en-US ston. With so much water around us, it is en-US imperative that we stay safe. Join US Army en-US Corp of Engineers Park Ranger Art Ruebenen-US -en-US son as he shares an interactive presentation en-US on water safety.en-US Fictionaries flutter in on Wednesday, en-US July 11 at 10 a.m. at Morningside and 2 p.m. en-US at Kilmer; and Thursday, July 12 at 10 a.m. en-US at Hurston and 2 p.m. at Lewis. Dont miss en-US this fun, fast paced, game show-themed en-US spectacular. Well test our participants en-US knowledge in current and past kids fiction en-US questions.en-US Dewey and the Decibel Sisters dance en-US into the libraries on Wednesday, July 18 at en-US 10 a.m. at Morningside and 2 p.m. at Kilmen-US-en-US er; and Thursday, July 19 at 10 a.m. at Huren-US -en-US ston and 2 p.m. at Lewis. Come join us for en-US some fun, music and laughs as Dewey and en-US her sisters get ready for their big perforen-US -en-US mance.en-US The Hobe Sound Nature Center gets en-US wild with live animals on Wednesday, July en-US 25 at 10 a.m. at Morningside and 2 p.m. at en-US Kilmer; and Thursday, July 26 at 10 a.m. at en-US Hurston and 2 p.m. at Lewis. Explore the en-US world of The Tortoise (Kilmer) as well as en-US Raptors (Morningside & Hurston) and en-US Snakes, Friend or Foe (Lewis). Presented by en-US Hobe Sound Nature Center Interpretive en-US Naturalists.en-US Close out the summer with a Reading en-US Dance Party on Wednesday, Aug. 1 at 10 en-US a.m. at Morningside and 2 p.m. at Kilmer; en-US Thursday, Aug. 2 at 10 a.m. at Hurston and 2 en-US p.m. and Lewis; and Friday, Aug. 3 at Lakeen-US -en-US wood Park at 2 p.m. Its the interactive dance en-US extravaganza of the season complete with a en-US rockin DJ. Dance and sing along with the en-US library staff.en-US Weekly storytimes will be offered six days en-US a week at 10:30 a.m.:en-US Mondays at the Pruitt Campus Library, en-US 500 N.W. California Blvd., Port St. Lucie;en-US Tuesdays at the Hurston and Lakewood en-US Park branches;en-US Wednesdays at the Kilmer Branch;en-US Fridays at the Kilmer, Lewis and Port St. en-US Lucie branches;en-US Saturdays at the Lakewood Park and en-US Port St. Lucie branches.en-US All St. Lucie County Summer Reading en-US Programs at the libraries are free and open en-US to everyone, thanks to the generosity of en-US Baker & Taylor, in conjunction with the en-US Association to Library Service to Children, en-USthe Friends of the Library, the Childrens en-US Services Council of St. Lucie County and St. en-US Lucie Mets.en-US Dont forget the Summer Reading Chalen-US -en-US lenge runs June 1 through Aug. 4 for chilen-US -en-US dren of all ages from newborns to teens. By en-US reading and/or participating in activities, en-US students can earn tickets to a St. Lucie Mets en-US game as well as a chance to win a Kindle en-US Fire. For details about the Summer Reading en-US Challenge visit your nearest branch library en-US or the librarys website: www.stlucieco.gov/en-US library.en-US Space is limited for the summer proen-US -en-US grams, so all events are on a first-come, en-US first-served basis.en-USLibraries rock this summer with weekly programsen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsfp@hometownnewsol.com

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Stay passionate in en-US your endeavors, but exercise a little cautioun en-US as well.en-US TAURUS April 21/May 21en-US Taurus, honesty may be the best policy, but en-US you may have to temper how much informaen-US -en-US tion you reveal at one time. Be a little stingy en-US around sensitive people.en-US GEMINI May 22/June 21en-US Gemini, this week may be off to a bumpy start, en-US but you are perfectly capable of turning things en-US around in a hurry. Just don't race too far en-US ahead without a plan.en-US CANCER June 22/July 22en-US Cancer, you are heading in the right direction, en-US but you may have to fine-tune the destination en-US this week. Your intended romantic target may en-US not be the perfect fit.en-US LEO July 23/Aug. 23en-US Planning and project management seemingly en-US takes over your life, Leo. Just when you think en-USHoroscopesen-USLionfish Safari combines en-US activism, fun en-USST LUCIE COUNTY There is a coming en-US opportunity to battle invasive species and en-US earn some prize money at the same time en-US with the Treasure Coast Lionfish Safari en-US from June 8 to 10. The event helps spread en-US awareness about lionfish and their danger to en-US Florida reefs.en-US The safari, now in its sixth year, will be en-US hosted over a two-day period, with diving en-US teams accruing the most and largest lionen-US-en-US fish.en-US The event has expanded and has changed en-US location to Riverwalk at Veterans Memorial en-US Park. We will have a lot more room for en-US vendors and just to spread out, said orgaen-US-en-US nizer Nyla Pipes.en-US The fish are originally from the Indian en-US Ocean, and they are very popular in aquarien-US -en-US ums. But they eat nearly their body weight en-US in other species each day and can be a danen-US-en-US ger to the sea life on area reefs. They are en-US often confused as being poisonous but are en-US very good to eat, Mrs. Pipes said.en-US Its a big statewide effort, and it takes a en-US while for people to know whats going on in en-US these communities and the invasion is defien-US -en-US nitely statewide; in fact, these lionfish are en-US clear up the Eastern Seaboard, she added. en-US We in the environmental community and en-US the diving community are working together Out en-GB en-GB&en-GB en-GBabout en-GBFRIDAY, JUNE 1en-GB en-GB Friday Fest:en-GB 5:30-9 p.m., Fort Pierces en-GB Marina Square, the first Friday of every en-GB month, weather permitting. (Held on the en-GB second Friday of the month if event is en-GB canceled due to bad weather.) Friday Fest en-GB is a street festival to showcase downtown en-GB Fort Pierce and the waterfront in Marina en-GB Square on Melody Lane. Festival includes en-GB music, food, childrens activities, community en-GB vendors and arts and crafts. Free admission, en-GB free parking in parking garage. en-GBFor more en-GB information, visit en-GB mainstreetfortpierce.org.en-GB en-GB Food Truck Invasion:en-GB This event is en-GB hosted at Tradition Square on the first and en-GB third Friday of the month from 5-9:30 p.m. en-GB Catch us as we invade Tradition in Port St en-GB Lucie. Well have the food trucks parked en-GB at Tradition Square. This is a huge outdoor en-GB picnic where food trucks of different origins, en-GB cuisine and menus prepare food that is en-GB cooked to order. Its not fast food and a en-GB bunch of these trucks are run by chefs. A en-GB great deal of fusion cuisine, comfort foods en-GB and sweet treats to choose from. Be sure to en-GB bring your folding chairs or blankets to picnic en-GB on the lawn at Tradition Town Hall.en-USSATURDAY, JUNE 2en-GB en-GB Bunfest 2018:en-GB Seventh annual event en-GB will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at The en-GB Kane Center, 900 S.E. Salerno Road, Stuart. en-GB Enjoy a day focusing on rabbits, guinea pigs en-GB and their fans, presented by the Humane en-GB Society of the Treasure Coast. Features en-GB a critter spa, bunny playground, vendors en-GB with specialty items for rabbits and guinea en-GB pigs, adoptable animals, glamour photos, en-GB educational seminars, a childrens zone, en-GB raffles and silent auction, and a rainbow en-GB bridge memorial wall. Admission is $5 en-GB per person; ages 10 and under admitted en-GB free. Any extra donations help the Humane en-GB Society care for the smallest creatures at en-GB the shelter. en-GB For more information, visiten-GB www.en-GB southeastbunfest.org.en-GBTUESDAY, JUNE 5en-GB en-GB Tuesday Night Jazz Jam:en-GB Presented en-GB by the Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society en-GB from 7-10 p.m. at the Black Box at Sunrise en-GB Theatre, 117 S. Second Street, Fort Pierce. en-US Seeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 14en-US Seeen-US en-US SCOPESen-US, page 17en-USBy Gaylon Parkeren-USgparker@hometownnewsol.comen-USSeeen-US en-US LIONFISHen-US page 14 en-USDining en-US &en-US Entertainmenten-USFRIDAY, JUNE 1, 2018 en-US PORT ST. LUCIEen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSSLC.COM PAGE 13

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en-US 14 en-GBSit-in participation welcome. en-GBCall (772) 460-en-GB 5299 or visit en-GB www.jazzsociety.org.en-US en-US Bingo & trivia:en-US Entertainment by AJ the en-US DJ, plus drink specials, free bingo, prizes, en-US and pop-quiz trivia, every Tuesday from 8-10 en-US p.m., St. Lucie Lanes, 6759 S. U.S. 1, Port St. en-US Lucie. en-US For more information, call (772) 461-en-US 5390.en-USWEDNESDAY, JUNE 6en-US en-US Family Fun Night:en-US Entertainment by AJ en-US the DJ, plus bingo, prizes, and pop-quiz trivia, en-US every Wednesday from 5-8 p.m., Wing-Stop, en-US 2575 S. U.S. 1, Fort Pierce. One child eats en-US free with purchase of one adult entree. en-US For en-US more information, call (772) 242-1064.en-US en-US Weekly Latin Dance:en-US Every Wednesday en-US night, 8-11 p.m., Midtown Grill & Bar, Fort en-US Pierce. Salsa, Merengue, Bachata. $5. en-USFor en-US more information, (703) 402-3645.en-USTHURSDAY, JUNE 7en-US en-US Dance: en-US 7-9:30 p.m. every Thursday, en-US Polish American Club, 343 Prima Vista Blvd., en-US Port St. Lucie. $8 per person. BYOB and en-US soda. en-US For reservations, call Cindy, (508) 287-en-US 3370. en-USFRIDAY, JUNE 8en-GB en-GB Lunch & Learn:en-GB "Florida's Native en-GB Plants and Native Landscaping" at 12 p.m., en-GB Manatee Observation & Education Center, en-GB 480 N. Indian River Drive, Fort Pierce. Join en-GB us for a presentation by AnnMarie Loveridge, en-GB president of the Lakelas Mint chapter of the en-GB Florida Native Plant Society. AnnMarie will en-GB be speaking about the importance of using en-GB Florida native plants in your garden, talk en-GB about whats blooming, and even provide en-GB free giveaways of native Florida plants. Bring en-GB your lunch and learn! Free event. en-GB For more en-GB information, call (772) 429-6266.en-USSATURDAY, JUNE 9en-US en-US Movie Matinee: en-US Showing 'Coco' at 2 en-US p.m., Morningside Branch Library, 2410 S.E. en-US Morningside Blvd., Port St. Lucie. Animated en-US feature is rated PG with a running time of en-US 105 minutes. Free. en-US For more information, en-US call (772) 337-5632 or visit en-US www.stlucieco.en-US gov/library.en-GBSUNDAY, JUNE 10en-GB en-GB Song Circle and Folk Jam:en-GB 3-5 p.m., ITALIAN NIGHT & BINGOJoin Us Every Monday at our NEW Location West St. Lucie ELKS LODGE 2823 343 Prime Vista Blvd.772-873-8192 DINNER Served 4:45-6:45 BINGO Starts at 7pm $20 for 10 Games(Free Jackpot Card with Dinner!) TREASURE COAST For the Love of en-USSurfing, which is hosted by the organizaen-US -en-US tion Future 6, was designed to introduce en-US young people with autism, Aspergers and en-US Down syndrome, to the water in a welcomen-US -en-US ing fashion. But it hasnt been nearly as en-US embraced by people in Martin and St. Lucie en-US counties as other areas. Routinely, there are en-US dozens of children who participate in the en-US surfing camps from just south of here in en-US Palm Beach County, but despite the short en-US trip to the area from all across the Treasure en-US Coast, organizers say they need more peoen-US -en-US ple to show up to keep the project going.en-US The surf camps in April and May got en-US rained out, but were back in Stuart for en-US another attempt, said Executive Director en-US Donnie Ottofaro. Were still in Boynton en-US Beach on the last Saturday of every month, en-US but we will be doing the second Saturday of en-US every month in Stuarten-US Were still trying to stay as active as posen-US -en-US sible on the Treasure Coast.en-US The first event will be hosted on June 9 at en-US Stuart Beach, located at 825 N.E. Ocean en-US Blvd., in Stuart from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.en-US June will present perfect conditions for en-US the surf camp, so the organization is hopeful en-US that people will keep track of the website for en-US updates. Also, participant and volunteer en-US registration can be done online at www.en-US f6helpinghand.org soon or on the day of the en-US events. The organization welcomes as many en-US volunteer hands as possible 8:30 a.m. for set en-US up, pre-meeting, and kiddos in the water by en-US 9:15 a.m. No surfing experience is required, en-US and all watermen/women skill levels are en-US needed.en-US The surf program in Boynton is just en-US explosive and we finished up 2017 with an en-US average of around 54 kids per month, where en-US we only averaged around seven or eight in en-US Stuart, Mr. Ottofaro said. Were struggling en-US to find families that want to come to a free en-US surfing program once a month.en-US Mr. Ottofaro said that because the cities en-US of Port St. Lucie and Fort Pierce are in such en-US close proximity, the camps are a perfect en-US opportunity for people from that area to en-US participate.en-US You could be 10 or 20 minutes away en-US from Stuart Beach, so there isnt much of a en-US problem, Mr. Ottofaro said. There is a en-US massive amount of difference that were seeen-US-en-US ing between families on the Treasure Coast en-US and those south of here.en-US For those who would like to get involved, en-US please send an email at info@f6helpingen-US-en-US hand.org. To register early to volunteer, en-US please visit the website. en-USSponsors and volunteers include Ironclad en-US Digital Business Solutions Nomad Surf en-US Shop, Robins & Morton, Zaxbys, Carrabbas en-US Italian Grill, CROWD CONTROL surf en-US company, Eco Pro Surf Series, Ground Swell en-US Surf Shop, Myreligion Surf, Children for en-US Clean Water and mboss Designs.en-US For more information about the organien-US-en-US zation, please visit the main website at en-US https://f6helpinghand.org/en-US or call 888-879-en-US 6555.en-USFor the Love of Surfing begins again June 9en-USBy Gaylon Parkeren-USgparker@hometownnewsol.com en-USwith the FWC and REEF and other organien-US-en-US zations to get the word out that this is an en-US ongoing problem.en-US We need our restaurants to start serving en-US them and jump onboard and our fish housen-US -en-US es and fish markets to really get involved en-US and start carrying lionfish every chance en-US they get.en-US The captains meeting is June 8 at 5:30 en-US p.m. at Sailfish Brewery 130 N. 2nd St. in en-US Fort Pierce and divers can participate in en-US the competition for biggest, smallest and en-US most lionfish removed from the water over en-US the weekend with cash prizes. Registration en-US fees are $125 per team of four and $40 per en-US individual diver.en-US More divers are showing interest and en-US chatter is happening on our social media, en-US Mrs. Pipes said.en-US Bands, vendors and food booths will be en-US present throughout the weekend, and the en-US scientific community will be on site taking en-US measurements and samples so its members en-US can learn more about how to stop this preden-US -en-US ator from devouring native fish species.en-US There will be more educational booths en-US and that kind of thing, Mrs. Pipes said. en-US The weather has everybody a little worried, en-US but thats just the case this year in the state en-US of Florida and the way it goes.en-US Were just waiting to see what the seas en-US are going to do.en-US Events in Sebastian and Stuart were en-US recently canceled due to inclement weather, en-US so Mrs. Pipes is hoping that divers that en-US could have attended those events will transen-US-en-US fer over to Fort Pierce.en-US For more information, and to register, en-US please visit the website at http://www.treaen-US-en-US surecoastlionfishsafari.com/en-USLionfishen-USFrom page 13 en-USSeeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 16en-USOuten-USFrom page 13

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en-US 15 772-46 4-0407PUBLIC WELCOME! G T G C C4302 Gator Trace Dr., Fort Pierce, FL www.GatorTraceCountryClub.com 2016 2016 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S GREAT GOLF RATES CLUBHOUSE Available for every Occasion. Weddings, Birthdays, Holidays and Parties! Call for Tee Times!Call 772.464.7442 www.savannaclubhoa.com 3490 CRABAPPLE DRIVE PORT ST. LUCIE 772-879-1316 JUNE RATES The Number One Executive Golf Course on the Treasure Coast!$15.00 ALL DAY 9-holes $10.00 ALL DAY 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Rates include taxes, green fees & cart. (Rates subject to change) SUMMER MEMBERSHIPS Now Available Starting May 1 thru Oct 14 $299 plus tax includes unlimited green fees with cart. MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE 9 Holes Two Person Teams with Handicap Starts July 2nd Rain, rain go away en-USSen-USomeone, please, turn off the faucet. en-US Tell Mother Nature that we have had en-US enough rain! While we will now see en-US greener fairways and lakes with water in en-US them, we will also lose 50 yards of roll on en-US our drives (insert sad face here).en-US As the rain washed out yet another en-US plen-USanned round, one of my buddies wonen-US -en-US dered aloud why it is that some courses or en-US holes drain well and others do not. Most of en-US us dont ever think about what is under the en-US course. The myriad of catch basins and en-US drainage pipes installed before the first en-US blade of grass grew on the course is usually en-US of no concern. When the rains do fall, en-US however, all of these work in concert with en-US the design of the course to rid each hole of en-US water as quickly as possible. en-US My late friend, Charles Ankron, was an en-US internationally acclaimed golf course en-US architect. I used to do some side work for en-US him and I remember asking him that very en-US question.en-US There are three factors that affect course en-US drainage, he explained. Site, soil and the en-US client. en-US The first factor, site, varies from course to en-US course. Some courses are located in areas en-US with little rainfall, strong drying winds and en-US an abundance of sunshine. Of course these en-US courses drain well.en-US In Florida, courses are normally subject to en-US a lot of rain, and while we do have strong en-US winds and abundant sunshine, we suffer en-US from high humidity. The evaporation rate is en-US much lower than youd expect. We also en-US suffer from not having much elevation en-US change. Water simply has no desire to run en-US anywhere.en-US Soil content is next. The greater the en-US amount of topsoil that a course has, the en-US better it can handle a downpour. Topsoil will en-US absorb a large amount of water, and the en-US thicker that layer, the more water the course en-US can handle. en-US However, it is the subsurface soil stratum en-US has the biggest influence on course drainage. en-US A course with a sandy subsurface will have en-US an excellent absorption rate. A course with a en-US very sandy sub-base course can stay open en-US when some of the exclusive private clubs in en-US the area have to shut down. Thats because it en-US absorbs water so well.en-US Courses unlucky enough to have a hard en-US subsurface, such as marl or sandstone, will en-US need more lakes, more storm drains and en-US more collection areas for the water that the en-US course will shed during a storm or wet en-US season. en-US Probably the biggest factor, aside from en-US nature, is the client. If the course owner or en-US developer has the money and is sensitive to en-US the golf course, he or she may be willing to en-US spend the money needed to design and en-US build a good drainage system. If the owner en-US simply wants an amenity for the housing en-US development, then chances are that money en-US will not be spent and the course wont drain en-US well.en-US If the soil can absorb an inch of rainfall en-US and it rains two inches, the ground is en-US fighting a losing battle. The high points of en-US the course will absorb the first inch and en-US then the second inch will flow downhill. As en-US that water flows to a low point or a catch en-US basin, it grows exponentially adding itself to en-US the water already accumulating downhill.en-US Most architects use many more drains en-US now than 15 or 20 years ago. I remember a en-US total renovation that Ankrom did where he en-US added 220 additional drains to to capture en-US water. The original early 1970s design had en-US water running a thousand feet before en-US finding a drain. That was changed so that en-US water ran no more than a hundred feet.en-US Modern architects also use nature to help en-US drain the course. Sand retention areas and en-US waste areas have become quite popular. en-US Lakes are used to do three things, disperse en-US water, generate fill for building the course, en-US and storm water storage.en-US The fairways and rough arent the only en-US places that a golf course architect works to en-US drain water from the course. The greens of a en-US modern course have a complicated drainage en-US system built into them as well. en-US Todays modern green is topped with 12 en-US inches of custom topsoil. Under that is four en-US inches of gravel followed by a herringbone en-US system of drainpipes set 20 feet apart. The en-US water that makes it to the drainpipes is en-US taken to a lake, swale, dry well or other low en-US point well away from the green. en-US Thanks to modern irrigation, courses are en-US kept very lush. Unfortunately, sometimes en-US very hard rains follow this and simply adds en-US too much water to the equation.en-US For now Im happy to see the rain. Ween-US can en-US always use a few drops. I just need Mother en-US Nature to turn it off by the weekend.en-US James can be reached aten-US stammergolf@en-US yahoo.com. GOLF en-USJAMES STAMMER en-USHelp us celebrate one of the Treasure Coasts most popular pastimes by submitting en-US a photo of your most recent catch straight from local waters.en-US Email a photo of you with your fish that is at least 1 MB or 300 dpi in size en-US to news@hometownnewsol.com. en-US Write CATCH OF THE WEEK in the subject line, and in the body of the email, en-US please include the following information:en-US Your nameen-US City you live inen-US Age (if 18 or younger)en-US Type of fishen-US Approximate size of fishen-US Area you caught the fishen-US Phone number in case we have questions (will not be printed)en-USNice Catch! Rick Abbarno of Snug en-USHarbor Lakes caught this en-US 7 lb largemouth bass en-US recently in Micco.

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en-US 16 FREE SUBSCRIPTION FREE DELIVERY MORE CIRCULATION MORE READERS MORE RESULTS! Call us at 866.913.6397or go to our website www.HometownNewsSLC.com ** Going out of town? Still want the paper? No problem! Call us at the toll free number below for details! The Dignity Memorial professional provider network is here to guide you every step of the way.AYCOCK FUNERAL HOME Our professional, experienced and dedicated staff provides exceptional, compassionate care to families at a difficult time in their lives. Funeral & burial services of all faiths & cultures Personalized services from time honored traditions, personal photographs to favorite readings & songs rffntbnffnnt rffntftnrfffntfnb 2016 2016 C H O I C E R E A D E R S en-USSuzann en-US Moritz of en-US Sebastian en-US visited en-US Dollywood en-US in Pigeon en-US Forge, en-US Tenn. en-US Thanks for en-US taking us en-US along! en-USAre you a fan of the Hometown News? Well, we are inviting you to en-US take us along on your next adventure. en-US Each week, we will feature a different reader-submitted photo that showcases one en-US (or more) of our Treasure Coast residents reading the Hometown News in a unique en-US or exotic place. Whether you take a trip to the Grand Canyon or a cruise to the en-US Bahamas, bring your Hometown News with you and have someone snap a picture.en-US Email your photo (at least 1 MB in size) to en-US news@hometownnewsol.comen-US and include en-US your first and last name, the city you live in and the location/date of where the photo en-US was taken. Type TOURING WITH THE TOWNIES in the subject line.en-USTouring with the Townies en-GBSavannas Preserve State Park, 2541 en-GB S.E. Walton Road, Port St. Lucie. Bring a en-GB stringed instrument and enjoy an informal en-GB folk jam with members of the community, en-GB or just listen. Participation is free with paid en-GB park admission ($3 per car). en-GBFor more en-GB information, visit en-GB www.friendsofsavannas.en-GB org.en-GBTUESDAY, JUNE 12en-GB en-GB Tuesday Night Jazz Jam:en-GB Presented en-GB by the Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society en-GB from 7-10 p.m. at the Black Box at Sunrise en-GB Theatre, 117 S. Second Street, Fort Pierce. en-GB Sit-in participation welcome. en-GBCall (772) 460-en-GB 5299 or visit en-GB www.jazzsociety.org.en-US en-US Bingo & trivia:en-US Entertainment by AJ the en-US DJ, plus drink specials, free bingo, prizes, en-US and pop-quiz trivia, every Tuesday from 8-10 en-US p.m., St. Lucie Lanes, 6759 S. U.S. 1, Port St. en-US Lucie. en-US For more information, call (772) 461-en-US 5390.en-USWEDNESDAY, JUNE 13en-GB en-GB Jazz Jams at the Gardens:en-GB Presented en-GB by the Fort Pierce Jazz & Blues Society. 6:30-en-GB 9:30 p.m., Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens, en-GB 2410 S.E. Westmoreland Blvd., Port St. en-GB Lucie. All are welcome. $6 donation, $5 for en-GB members. en-GB For more information, call (772) en-GB 337-1959 or visit en-GB www.pslbg.org.en-US en-US Family Fun Night:en-US Entertainment by AJ en-US the DJ, plus bingo, prizes, and pop-quiz trivia, en-US every Wednesday from 5-8 p.m., Wing-Stop, en-US 2575 S. U.S. 1, Fort Pierce. One child eats en-US free with purchase of one adult entree. en-US For en-US more information, call (772) 242-1064.en-US en-US Weekly Latin Dance:en-US Every Wednesday en-US night, 8-11 p.m., Midtown Grill & Bar, Fort en-US Pierce. Salsa, Merengue, Bachata. $5. en-USFor en-US more information, (703) 402-3645.en-USTHURSDAY, JUNE 14en-US en-US Dance: en-US 7-9:30 p.m. every Thursday, en-US Polish American Club, 343 Prima Vista Blvd., en-US Port St. Lucie. $8 per person. BYOB and en-US soda. en-US For reservations, call Cindy, (508) 287-en-US 3370. en-GBFRIDAY, JUNE 15en-GB en-GB Food Truck Invasion:en-GB This event is en-GB hosted at Tradition Square on the first and en-GB third Friday of the month from 5-9:30 p.m. en-GB Catch us as we invade Tradition in Port St en-GB Lucie. Well have the food trucks parked en-GB at Tradition Square. This is a huge outdoor en-GB picnic where food trucks of different origins, en-GB cuisine and menus prepare food that is en-GB cooked to order. Its not fast food and a en-GB bunch of these trucks are run by chefs. A en-GB great deal of fusion cuisine, comfort foods en-GB and sweet treats to choose from. Be sure to en-GB bring your folding chairs or blankets to picnic en-GB on the lawn at Tradition Town Hall.en-GBFRIDAY, JUNE 15 SATURDAY, JUNE 16en-GB en-GB The Planets:'en-GB Hallstrom Planetarium, en-GB IRSC main campus, 3209 Virginia Ave., en-GB Fort Pierce. In a recorded narration, Kate en-GB Mulgrew (Captain Janeway of 'Star Trek: en-GB Voyager') takes us on a grand tour of the en-GB solar system. Explore the surfaces of Mars, en-GB the perils of the asteroid belt, the cold rings en-GB of stormy gas planets and the features of en-GB other solar systems. Show times are Friday en-GB at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., and Saturday at 1 en-US Seeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 17en-USOuten-USFrom page 14

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en-US 17 en-GBp.m. and 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $5. en-GB For more en-GB information, contact the IRSC box office at en-GB (772) 462-4750 or email en-GB boxoffice@irsc.en-GB edu.en-GBSATURDAY, JUNE 16en-US en-US Jiffy Photo/Canon Macro Workshop:en-US 9 en-US a.m. to 2 p.m., Heathcote Botanical Gardens, en-US 210 Savannah Road, Fort Pierce. Learn how en-US to get the best shots that bring you up close en-US to nature and learn new ways of presenting en-US your subject. Fee is $35 for members, $45 en-US for non-members. en-US To RSVP, call (772) en-US 464-4672en-USSUNDAY, JUNE 17en-GB en-GB Summer Solstice Drum Circle:en-GB Fifth en-GB annual event celebrates the longest day of en-GB the year with drummers, dancers, hoopers, en-GB poi spinners, the spiritually minded and en-GB spectators. Experience an authentic Native en-GB American ceremony honoring the Mother en-GB Earth and Father Sky and learn about the en-GB significance of the Summer Solstice. 7-9 en-GB p.m., Savannas Preserve State Park, 2541 en-GB S.E. Walton Road, Port St. Lucie. Extra en-GB drums will be available for those who don't en-GB have one; please bring drums, shakers, en-GB tambourines, etc., if you have them. Also en-GB please bring a chair suited to outside seating en-GB and drumming. Park entrance fee is waived en-GB due to $5 cover; children under age 12 en-GB admitted free, children under age 18 must en-GB be accompanied by an adult 21+. Family en-GB friendly community event will be held rain or en-GB shine. Bring your own drinks, no alcohol, no en-GB drugs. Donations are appreciated. en-GB For more en-GB information, visit en-GB www.friendsofsavannas.en-GB org.en-GBTUESDAY, JUNE 19en-GB en-GB Tuesday Night Jazz Jam:en-GB Presented en-GB by the Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society en-GB from 7-10 p.m. at the Black Box at Sunrise en-GB Theatre, 117 S. Second Street, Fort Pierce. en-GB Sit-in participation welcome. en-GBCall (772) 460-en-GB 5299 or visit en-GB www.jazzsociety.org.en-US en-US Bingo & trivia:en-US Entertainment by AJ the en-US DJ, plus drink specials, free bingo, prizes, en-US and pop-quiz trivia, every Tuesday from 8-10 en-US p.m., St. Lucie Lanes, 6759 S. U.S. 1, Port St. en-US Lucie. en-US For more information, call (772) 461-en-US 5390.en-USWEDNESDAY, JUNE 20en-US en-US Family Fun Night:en-US Entertainment by AJ en-US the DJ, plus bingo, prizes, and pop-quiz trivia, en-US every Wednesday from 5-8 p.m., Wing-Stop, en-US 2575 S. U.S. 1, Fort Pierce. One child eats en-US free with purchase of one adult entree. en-US For en-US more information, call (772) 242-1064.en-US en-US Weekly Latin Dance:en-US Every Wednesday en-US night, 8-11 p.m., Midtown Grill & Bar, Fort en-US Pierce. Salsa, Merengue, Bachata. $5. en-USFor en-US more information, (703) 402-3645.en-USTHURSDAY, JUNE 21en-GB en-GB Ukulele Jam: en-GB5:30-7:30 p.m., third en-GB Thursday each month, Morningside Branch en-GB Library, 2410 S.E. Morningside Blvd., Port en-GB St. Lucie. Join an informal group of ukulele en-GB enthusiasts of all skill levels who play, or en-GB want to learn to play, the ukulele. Learn from en-GB more experienced players and help those en-GB with less experience. If you dont have a uke, en-GB come anyway and try one of ours or just sing en-GB along! Free, public is welcome. This program en-GB is in partnership with the Treasure Coast en-GB Ukulele Club and is geared towards adults. en-GB No unaccompanied minors please. en-GB For more en-GB information, contact Sandy Henry-Gordon at en-GB (772) 337-5632 or email en-GB Henry-GordonS@en-GB stlucieco.orgen-US en-US Dance: en-US 7-9:30 p.m. every Thursday, en-US Polish American Club, 343 Prima Vista Blvd., en-US Port St. Lucie. $8 per person. BYOB and en-US soda. en-US For reservations, call Cindy, (508) 287-en-US 3370. en-GBTHROUGH FRIDAY, JUNE 22en-GB en-GB 'Just Four Fun:'en-GB Four Florida artists en-GB will be presenting an exhibit full of en-GB surprises from May 4 to June 22 at the A.E. en-GB Backus Museum & Gallery, 500 N. Indian en-GB River Drive, Fort Pierce. en-GBCall (772) 465-en-GB 0630 for more information or visit en-GB www.en-GB backusmuseum.com/services.html.en-USSATURDAY, JUNE 23en-US en-US Movie Matinee: en-US Showing 'Grease' at 2 en-US p.m., Morningside Branch Library, 2410 S.E. en-US Morningside Blvd., Port St. Lucie. Film is en-US rated PG-13 with a running time of 110 en-US minutes; anyone under age 13 must have a en-US permission slip (available at the front desk). en-US Free. en-USFor more information, call (772) 337-en-US 5632 or visit en-US www.stlucieco.gov/library. Answers Located in the Classied Section there is no time for fun, an exciting opportunity en-USfalls in your lap.en-US VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22en-US Virgo, your creative muse has come calling and en-US you can't resist her siren's song. Dabble in any en-US artistic or craftsy project you can get your hands en-US on in the next few days.en-US LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23en-US People often see you as even-keeled, Libra. But en-US tempers may flare this week if you don't get your en-US way. Others should watch when you're fired up.en-US SCORPIO Oct. 24/Nov. 22en-US Scorpio, cater your plan and speech to the audien-US-en-US ence receiving it. You can gain more support if en-US your message is well-received. Figure out new en-US ways to communicate.en-US SAGITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21en-US You do not have an argumentative nature, Sagiten-US -en-US tarius. So when you're bothered, it is probably for en-US a good reason. Don't come out ready for a fight; en-US instead, focus on mediating.en-US CAPRICORN Dec. 22/Jan. 20en-US Capricorn, your energy is all over the map, so it en-US may be best to schedule any major meetings or en-US presentations for another time when you are more en-US up to the task.en-US AQUARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18en-US Aquarius, it may seem like you're feeling extreme en-US highs or lows. Soon things will settle down. Enjoy en-US some well-deserved escapism for the time being.en-US PISCES Feb. 19/March 20en-US This week you will have the ideal blend of patience en-US and passion, which has people lining up to be on en-US your team, Pisces.en-USScopesen-USFrom page 13 en-USOuten-USFrom page 16

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en-US 18 rfntbn ftnnn r rfnftrb rnf rn fnnn nrrnf nfr tnnr r rfnn rnnnnfr n f nrrrfnrtbtrrrrfrrrrrrnrtrrrfnrnrrrfrfntbtbrn rrrnrntttb The food that helped win D-Day en-USDen-US-Day, June 6, was a very special en-US moment in history when 160,000 en-US troops landed on the beaches of en-US Normandy, creating the turning point for en-US the allies in WWII. en-US To accomplish this great victory, the allies en-US needed a special food that had to be en-US light-weight, nutritious and have the ability en-US to generate lots of energy to keep the troops en-US ready to fight. The Hershey Chocolate Co. en-US was approached in 1937 to create what was en-US later called the D ration bar. It had to be en-US high in energy, withstand high heat, and en-US weigh 4 ounces.en-US What they created isnt the Hershey bar en-US we know today, which is wonderful. The en-US bar created for the troops was a blend of en-US chocolate, sugar, cocoa butter, skim milk en-US powder and oat flour. The mixture was so en-US thick, it had to be hand molded at first. The en-US bar was like a chocolate brick that had to be en-US shaved with a knife to be eaten. The worst en-US part was the taste, which was extremely en-US bitter because of the chocolate and oat flour en-US recipe. en-US Later, during the war, a tropical blend en-US was created for the Pacific Campaign. en-US Fortunately because sugar was used to give en-US quick energy to the troops, caramels, en-US orange and lemon-flavored powdered en-US drinks with lots of sugar were included in en-US the troops rations. Hershey produced more en-US than 3 billion bars for the war effort. en-US I am sure after the war, veterans couldnt en-US wait to eat Hershey chocolate kisses again. en-US Its amazing how something that tasted so en-US bad helped win the war. en-US Chocolate is the number one dessert in en-US the world with a history that dates back to en-US the ancient Aztec and Mayan civilizations. en-US It seems the first time chocolate was used en-US in war was by Hernando Cortez when he en-US conquered Mexico. The Mayans would en-US make a chocolate drink from ground cacao en-US beans (cocoa beans), chile peppers and en-US water whipped until frothy. Cortez is en-US reported to have required all of his troops en-US to drink the chocolate mixture daily as an en-US energy booster. en-US During the Revolutionary war, medics en-US would give the drink to wounded soldiers en-US to help with their recovery. Thomas en-US Jefferson was so impressed with the en-US chocolate drink he predicted it would en-US replace tea and coffee in America. In the en-US early 20th century, members of expeditions en-US to the North and South Poles drank hot en-US chocolate to provide warmth, nutrients, and en-US energy boosts.en-US OK, so it gives you energy and nutrients, en-US but thats not why we eat it today. We eat it en-US because it taste soooo good. Place a piece of en-US milk chocolate in your mouth and feel it en-US start to melt and you get that burst of sweet en-US and bitter creaminess. WOW! Now we en-US know it makes a great dessert, too. en-US If it wasnt for the Italians, who started en-US adding sugar to chocolate, we might be still en-US drinking a bitter drink. But did you know en-US chocolate is used to make some savory en-US dishes taste great as well? Try my chocolate en-US sauce. You might be surprised! Its good on en-US steaks, chicken or pork.en-USCOSTAS CHOCOLATE SAUCEen-USIngredients en-US 1 tablespoon unsalted butteren-US 2 cloves garlic, minced smallen-US 1/2-cup chicken or beef stocken-US 1/2-cup heavy cream or half & halfen-US 2-3 ounces semi-sweet chocolate, en-US chopped en-US Your choice, a splash of bourbon, en-US whiskey or vodkaen-US 1 tablespoon hot sauce, more if you like it en-US hotteren-US Salt and pepper to tasteen-US Directionsen-US In a sauce pan, saut garlic in butter over en-US medium heat for 1-2 minutes; dont burn. en-US Add stock and continue cooking for 1 en-US minute. Add preferred alcohol and cook 1 en-US more minute. Add heavy cream, chocolate en-US and hot sauce. Cook until it starts to en-US thicken. If it gets too thick, add a little en-US stock. Salt and pepper to taste.en-US Costa Magoulas is dean of the Mori en-US Hosseini College of Hospitality and Culinary en-US Management at Daytona State College. en-US Contact him at (386) 506-3578 or en-US magoulc@en-US daytonastate.edu. CHEF COSTA'S en-USCOOKING CORNERen-USCOSTA MAGOULAS en-USPoisonous plants to watch out foren-USIen-USf you look around your yard and en-US neighborhood, you will find ornamental en-US plants of almost every size, shape and en-US color. What you dont know about some of en-US these common plants can be deadly. Some en-US parts of the ornamental plants or flowers in en-US your yard may contain deadly poison. The en-US most susceptible to being harmed by these en-US plants are children and pets. en-US One of the most toxic and common en-US poisonous plants is the Oleander. The en-US Oleander plant contains a deadly heart en-US stimulant that resembles the prescription en-US drug digitalis. If a child eats a single leaf or en-US two from this plant it could be deadly. en-US There have been several instances where en-US people have died from eating meats that en-US were roasted from a wood fire that en-US contained Oleander twigs or branches. en-US Dieffenbachia, which is a common en-US tropical that many of us have in our homes, en-US is also a highly toxic plant. All parts of this en-US plant are poisonous. If eaten, the plant can en-US cause intense burning and irritation of your en-US mouth. The plant can be deadly if enough en-US swelling occurs to block your airway. You en-US should always wash your hands after en-US handling this or any of the listed poisonous en-US plants.en-US Another surprising plant is the Azalea. en-US All parts of the Azalea plant can be toxic if en-US ingested. The symptoms include nausea en-US and vomiting along with difficulty in en-US breathing and possibly coma. The end en-US result can be fatal. Even the berries of en-US Jasmine plants can be toxic. They can cause en-US digestive problems along with nervous en-US system disorders. en-US The foliage from oak trees can be toxic en-US but the effects are gradual. If foliage is en-US ingested, it can slowly affect your kidneys. en-US You need to ingest a substantial amount for en-US severe poisoning to occur. Lantana, which en-US is commonly used by many as a colorful en-US ground cover, is another specimen that is en-US toxic if ingested. Acute poisoning can cause en-US hemorrhagic diarrhea and rapid heart rate.en-US Although this list includes some of the en-US most common plant varieties, there are en-US many more that could be added to this list en-US including Milkweed, Narcissus, Daffodil, en-US poison Oak, Purslane and Snow on the en-US Mountain. Bear in mind that just because en-US some of your favorite plants can be toxic if en-US ingested, common sense and keeping these en-US plants out of the reach of small children and en-US pets can totally avoid tragedy. en-US We have talked a lot about common and en-US seemingly innocent plants that can be toxic en-US but here is one plant that many people en-US think is deadly poisonous but in reality, it is en-US harmless. The plant I am referring to is the en-US Poinsettia. The Poinsettia plant is one of the en-US most widely produced plants in the en-US country. During the holidays, almost every en-US household has at least one Poinsettia en-US adorning their dcor. Fear not, as todays en-US commercially distributed varieties are not en-US poisonous. en-US There are some people, however, that en-US may get a mild allergic reaction to the milky en-US sap if it comes in contact with their skin. en-US The affected areas can be washed with soap en-US and water to remove the sap if irritation en-US develops. Poinsettia plants are not a serious en-US risk for animals although it is always best to en-US keep any plant out of the reach of pets if en-US they like to chew plants.en-US Finally, there are also several common en-US houseplants that can be toxic to animals en-US and children. Probably the most common is en-US the Philodendron. The toxic part is the en-US leaves. If ingested, it can cause burning of en-US the lips and mouth and can also cause en-US contact dermatitis if the plant juice contacts en-US the skin. Similar symptoms can occur with en-US Pothos, Golden Pothos and Devils Ivy. en-US That all for this week and I hope you en-US found the content informative and en-US interesting. If you have any ideas or topics en-US you might like me to cover, e-mail me at the en-US address listed below and I will work on your en-US suggestions. If you would like your question en-US and answer to be considered for printing in en-US the column, please let me know in your en-US e-mail. See you next week!en-US Joe Zelenak has more than 30 years en-US experience in gardening and landscape. Send en-US e-mails to en-US hometowngarden@gmail.com en-US or en-US visit en-US www.hometowngarden.com. GARDEN NOOK en-USJOE ZELENAK

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