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for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comThe Boca Raton Tribune YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR.Nearly 400,000 readers! Community News Municipal NewsBoca reghters get jump on Fire Prevention Week; take message to schoolSee page 13BusinessEden Day Spa Garners More Coveted AwardsSee page 27Life & ArtsBoca High Drama Department presents Auntie MameSee page 15 See page 20Send us your pictures of you reading a copy of The Boca Raton Tribune for you to be featured in a upcoming edition of the newspaper!Howard Schnellenberger reading the Boca Raton Tribune. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month See Page 6Delray salon, Arts Garage, sponsor event to aid Make-A-Wish FoundationSee page 3Get Ready Because Here Comes The Owls! FAU Kicks O New Era With On-Campus Stadium See page 33 Soroptimist International picks four winners from 22 Women of Distinction hopefuls

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2 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. INDEXCommunity News Page 03 Municipal News Page 13 Food Review Page 22 Section B Page 15 Business Page 27 Columnists Page 30 Games Page 32 Pet Society Page 32 Sports Page 33 Quote of the Week:e wise inherit honor, but fools get only shame.Proverbs 3: 35 Copyright 2011 by The Boca Raton Tribune. All rights reserved by The Boca Raton Tribune. All submissions and published materials are the propery of The Boca Raton Tribune. This publication may not be reproduced in whole or in part without express written consent from The Boca Raton Tribune. The publishers reserve the right to edit all submissions and to reject any advertising or copy they regard as harmful to the publications good or deemed to be libelous. The publisher is not responsible for the articles written by its columnists. The publishers are not responsible for typographical errors, omissions or copy or photos misrepresented by the advertiser. Liability shall not exceed the cost of the portion of space occupied by such error or advertising items or information. All editorials are publisher and not of any individual editorial writer. Signed columns, on of the author and not necessarily those of the publisher. The advertiser and/or the advertising agency is responsible for all content and will assume responsibility resulting from publication of said advertisement in The Boca Raton Tribune.The Boca RatonTribune mailing address: P.O. Box 970593 Boca Raton, FL 33497 Blvd., Suite 212 Boca Raton Fl, 33432 For general information : Fax: Chris Catoggio chris@bocaratontribune.com Angelo Lima, Marguax Vickers, Claudio Paes, Timoty Neff Marjorie BrandnerPhotographers:Nicole Vickers, Gabriela Heizer Barbara McCormick Klaiton SilvaMaheli Jardim Proud Member of:2010-2011 The friendly community where friends do business with neighbors. BriefsThe Boca Raton Tribune Obituaries Steve Jobs, who died on October 5 at the age of 56, was the visionary co-founder, and later chief executive, of Apple, makers of the Macintosh computer, the iMac, the iPod, iPad, and iPhone, and the man behind the astonishing success of the computer animation firm Pixar, makers of Toy Story and Finding Nemo; in consequence he did more to determine what films we watch, how we listen to music, and how we work and play than any other person on the planet. Jobs never designed a computer in his life, but it was because of him that Apple products, even when they do largely what other products do, are perceived to be different and infinitely more cool. The Macintosh introduced the world to the computer mouse; the iPod became famous for its click wheel, and the iPhone for its "user-interface" a sophisticated touch-screen that responds to the flick of a finger. Jobs emphasized the difference between Macs and the PCs that ran Microsoft software, manag ing to preserve Apple's image as a plucky, creative, insurgent against the bland Microsoft behemoth even as Apple itself became the biggest company on the planet. "I wish Bill Gates well," he once claimed. "I only wish that at some time in his life he had dropped acid or spent time at an ashram." It was a marketing trick that Jobs worked on consumers too, convinc ing them that purchasing Co-Founder of Apple Inc, Dies at Age 56 Apple products somehow conferred membership of an exclusive and visionary club, even when it was transparently obvious that the company's devices were utterly ubiquitous. This corporate reputation for seer-like trailblazing lay completely with Jobs. "I skate to where the puck is going to be," he explained, using an ice hockey metaphor, "not where it has been." The Jobs story humble birth, rise and fall, miraculous comeback proved that the American Dream is alive and well. The following events are being sponsored by FAUs Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters Events Sunday, October 16, 3 p.m. Concert: Jazz Rats with Jazz Right Now University Theatre, FAU Boca Raton, 777 Glades Road Suggested $10 donation at the door Information: 561-297-3853 Playing jazz standards and new works for big band. Tuesday, October 18 through Saturday, November 12 Biennial Faculty Art Exhibition Schmidt & Ritter Galleries, FAU Boca Raton, 777 Glades Road Free; obtain parking pass at FAU information booth Information: 561-297-2966 or fau.edu/galleries Featuring the works of 37 faculty artists in a variety of media and artistic styles. Wednesday, October 19, noon Biennial Faculty Art Exhibition Artist Talk with Tammy Knipp, Graphic Design Artist Visual Arts Building, room 105, FAU Boca Raton, 777 Glades Road Free; obtain parking pass at FAU information booth Information: 561-297-2966 Thursday, October 20, 5 p.m. Author reading and Lecture with Christina Garcia, author of Dreaming in Cuban General Classrooms South, room 215, FAU Boca Raton, 777 Glades Road Free; obtain parking pass at FAU information booth Information: 561-297-3498 Friday, October 21, 7:30 p.m. Concert: FAUs Cantemos Chamber Singers and Womens Chorus University Theatre, FAU Boca Raton, 777 Glades Road Free, with $10 suggested donation Information: 561-297-3853 Performing works by Michael McGlynn Saturday, October 22, 7:30 p.m. FAU Womens and Mixed Choruses perform with selected high school students Pine Crest School, Boca Raton Free, with $10 suggested donation Information: 561-297-3853 Performing works by Michael MyGlynn Sunday, October 23, 3 p.m. Concert: FAU Jazz Band, directed by Neal Bonsanti University Theatre, FAU Boca Raton, 777 Glades Road Suggested $10 donation at the door Information: 561-297-3853 Playing jazz standards and new works for big band.Upcoming events in Boca Raton

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3 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Community NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune BOCA RATON Florida Atlantic University will host the on the 50 black-tie gala Saturday, October 29, at 6:30 p.m. in the tower of the new, 30,000-seat football stadium on FAUs Boca Raton campus. This golden anniversary event will span three levels of the Stadium Tower and Plaza. Each area will feature a different theme, including the beach resort-themed Pla za, the Copacabana Club on the Delray Hyundai Priority Club Level, the jazz-themed Delray Acura Premier Club Level and the American Bistro on the Suite Level. This will truly be a night to remember, said FAU President Mary Jane Saunders. We will reflect on the universitys tremendous growth over the past half-century as we also look forward to charting its course for the next 50 years. Highlights of the gala include a half-time show on the field; a silent auc tion featuring rounds of golf, tickets to local attractions, computers, gift cards and opportunities to see FAUs 50th Anniversary Book brought to life through a video presenta tion. While providing an opportunity for the universitys friends and supporters to join in the celebration, the gala also serves as a fundraiser for the Presidents Scholarship Challenge, a gift-matching fund established by Saunders and members of the FAU Foundation Board of Directors in 2010. Recognizing the challenges students face in furthering their education, Saunders created the fund with a personal pledge of $50,000. Annual gifts designated to FAU student scholarships are matched dollar for dollar through this program. More than $200,000 has been raised so far, and 61 students have been awarded scholarships this year. With the proceeds from the gala going toward the President's Scholarship Challenge, it is anticipated that many more scholarships will be awarded next year.Presidents Level sponsors of the gala include Balfour Beatty Capital; Balfour Beatty Construc -FAU to host on the 50 anniversary gala at its new stadium tion; Barnes & Noble; Chartwells; Dell Inc.; Christine E. Lynn E.M. Lynn Foundation; Richard and Barbara Schmidt Schmidt Family Foundation; Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute Foundation, Inc and Wells Fargo.FAU is celebrating its 50th anniversary throughout 2011 to commemorate the year the university received initial funding from the Florida Legislature. The university opened its doors in 1964 as the fifth institution in Floridas State University System. Through the years, faculty, staff, students and alumni have been building traditions as the university has steadily advanced as a center of higher educa tion, meaningful research, artistic creativity and civic engagement. Sponsorships for the gala are available at the $2,500, $5,000, $10,000 or $25,000 level. Tickets to the gala are priced at $250 per person. To become a sponsor or purchase individual tickets, call 561297-3010 or visit www. fau.edu/50th. DELRAY BEACH -PeterMark Salon and the Arts Garage will hold their 2nd Annual Saints and Sinners charity event Saturday, Oct. 15 at 7:30 p.m. at the Arts Ga rage.180 NE 1st Street, Delray Beach. All proceeds will benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Southern Florida. At this years event, a local family will receive a wish for their child. The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Southern Florida grants wishes of children with life-threatening illnesses. We are deeply touched by the support from our cosponsors and the com munity at large, said Peter Hasche-DeRosa. Mark and I have special place in our hearts for these kids and Make-AWish. This evening is about celebrating life and raising money to make many wishes come true. Dress up in your fa vorite saint or sinner costume or come as yourself. The event includes entertainment, food and liquor. Solitas Italian Restaurant is hosting an after-hours party. Entry is by dona tion starting at $50 per person. VIP tickets and limited table service can be purchased also. A silent action will be fea tured. As cornerstone supporters, PeterMark Salon donates $1 of every service provided in the salon to the Foundation. For more information or to purchase tickets call Erin Height at 305-962-7273. Delray salon, Arts Garage, sponsor event to aid Make-A-Wish Foundation ABC Construction Building, Inc.General Contracting / Designing / Building / Planning Consulting / Engineering / Surveying Your Home Remodeling Center

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7 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FLBOCA RATON Mary Ann and Harold Perper are known around Boca Raton for their generosity. Their most recent donation, $1 million to the Florence Fuller Child Development Centers (FFCDC), is the largest personal gift in the history of the organization, said Peggy Henry, chair man of the Board of Directors for FFCDC. The Perpers have been passionate donors in the advancement of FFCDC and it is an honor to dedi cate our west campus student activity center in their name, said Henry. They have truly made our community a much better place in which to live and work. The Perpers donation will serve as a lead gift to kick off a capital campaign to build a student activity center for FFCDCs west campus in Boca Raton. Doug Paton, CEO added: I want to express our sincere gratitude to Mr. and Mrs. Perper for this very generous gift. Their support will help us make significant enhancements to the west campus. Harold Perper pointed out that "Mary Ann and I would like to express our sincere admiration for the role the organization plays in educating and nurturing young children. It is our hope that this gift will act as a catalyst in attracting additional fund ing for the project as it is so important that today's children have every opportunity for a bright future." Since the mid-1990s, the Perpers have been ded icated to FFCDC, most notably in 2003, when the Perpers were instrumen tal in the establishment of the first ever onsite health clinic to serve children from disadvantaged families in the state of Florida. Located on six acres west of 441 in Boca Ra ton, FFCDCs West Campus includes buildings for infant and toddler care, preschool classrooms, a multipurpose room and administration offices. Paton noted: "Our Board plans for this new building to be a first-class facility that will add a necessary ingredient in further developing our after school and summer camp programs. Celebrating 40 years, FFCDCs mission is to make a positive difference Perpers donate $1 million to Florence Fuller CDC; largest gift in agencys historyMary Ann and Harold Perperin the lives of young children from economically challenged families in the community. The centers provide quality childcare, early education, family support programs, and the only Head Start preschool in Boca Raton. FFCED prepares children for a lifetime com mitment to learning and social achievement, while empowering their families to build a brighter future. For more information, contact Pam Calzadilla, director of development, 561-391-7274 ext. 111, or visit www.ffcdc.org. BOCA RATON Identical twins Cari Kutno of Lake Worth and Dani Mofshin of Boca Raton, diagnosed with the BRCA breast and ovarian cancer gene, represent the importance of Think Pink Rocks education mission. Cari and Dani consider themselves to be previvors and will share their story with 4,000 people at the fourth annual Think Pink Rocks concert Saturday, November 5th at the Mizner Park Amphitheatre. Think Pink Rocks, (www.thinkpinkrocks. com) a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization dedicated to the early detection of breast cancer and awareness of the BRCA gene for breast and ovarian cancer, has reached many individuals with life-saving information. The twins, 39, both have a harmful mutation of the BRCA 2 gene. As a preventative measure, they both had bilateral mastectomies with reconstruction in 2010 at Boca Raton Regional Hospital and a complete hysterec tomy in 2011 as prophylactic surgery to prevent hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. The twins mother, Susan Shapiro of Boca Ra ton, was first diagnosed with breast cancer. Their mother made several classic mistakes before her diagnoses. She missed two mammograms and then, when she started to have symptoms, thought she had pulled a muscle in her armpit and waited a month before going to the doctor. In retrospect, an indicator that Susan might have the BRCA 2 gene was that several of her family members died of pancreatic cancer. A leading website, cancer.org, states that harmful BRCA 2 mutations may increase the risk of pancreatic cancer, stomach, gall bladder, bile duct cancer and mela noma. Susan was tested for the BRCA gene and found out she was positive, and then encouraged her twin daughters to be tested as well. After a double mastectomy with reconstruc tion on January 7, 2011, Susan is now cancer free. Also according to cancer.org, a womans lifetime risk of developing breast or ovarian cancer at an early age (before menopause) is greatly increased if she inherits a harmful mutation in BRCA 1 or BRCA 2. The twins both had their double mastectomy on the same day, November 30th, 2010 at Boca Raton Regional Hospital and shared the same hospital room. On July 6, 2011 Cari and Dani underwent a complete hysterectomy Their husbands, Andrew Kutno and Howard Mofshin, were extremely supportive of each of their decisions to have a bilateral mastec tomy with reconstruction and complete hysterec tomy. The twins said they are particularly apprecia tive of their doctors': Dr. Marla Dudak (breast surgeon) Dr. David Bogue (reconstruction surgeon) and Suzanne Bostic (CNA), and Dr. Frank Cirisano (gynocolgical oncologist). This is where breast cancer prevention starts, Cari Kutno said. In 2004, at age 36, Stephanie Robin, a Boca Twin breast cancer previvors with BRCA gene will share story at Think Pink Rocks Concert Identical twins Cari Kutno of Lake Worth and Dani Mofshin of Boca Raton with their mom, Susan ShapiroRaton mother of two small children, was diag nosed with stage II breast cancer. She tested positive for the Breast Cancer Gene (BRCA) and underwent a double mastectomy with reconstruction, a total hysterectomy and months of chemotherapy. The cancer returned to her lungs and is stage IV; she is receiving monthly treatment at Memorial SloanKettering and the tumors have decreased in size by 90 percent. She and her friends Elizabeth Weprin, Kathy Fleishman and Amy Seidman established Think Pink Rocks. Working with Steve Rifkind, chairman of SRC Records/ Universal, and producer Kelley Lee, this is the fourth year they have organized the Think Pink Rocks concert to advocate for early detection of breast cancer, raise awareness of the BRCA gene for breast and ovarian cancer, and raise funds for breast cancer research charities.

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8 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. clearly legible along with a phone ters will be considered for publication. The Boca Raton Tribune reserves the right to edit the letters for The Boca Raton Tribune, P.O. Box 970593 Boca Raton, FL 33497 good taste and available space. used as letters to the editor.Letter Guidelines By Dale King Letters to the EditorThe Boca Raton Tribune EDITORIALS/LETTERS East/West Boca Raton, FLThe Boca Raton TribuneFounded January 15, 2010 Publisher C.E.OC.O.O. C.M.0 Managing Editor Associate Editor In my 63 years on this planet, I have tried to deal with tough situations by being jovial. Ive found that humor usually gets me through the hardest of times. But laughter is often a cheat. I found that out just a few days ago when I was lying in a bed at JFK Medical Center in Atlantis. The left side of my body cried with one of the severest of pains; one I knew well from experience -a kidney stone. Ive had them before. But this one burned its mark on me. The stone moved, effectively blocking my left kidney, and not a darn thing that I or my doctors had done could move it from a treacherous spot. The pain, the medica tion and a long, lonely night in a hospital bed had brought me to this spot Monday morning. I lay there in a hospital Johnny looking up at three doctors my own physician and two urology specialists. It was pretty damn tense. I was hoping to get out of the hospital today, I said vainly. No chance, said one of the experts as he leaned over me. Then he said; Mr. King, your kidneys are shutting down. I felt a hot dart move down my spine, a response to something that affected me deeply. The medical experts agreed. This stone wasnt going anywhere. And without surgery, it would damage the organ. Worse, the tests found two larger kidney stones on the right side which had not yet moved. Surgery was needed. Immediate surgery. Within hours, my urologist was outside the door of my hospital room, garbed to lead an operation. The world became surrealistic. Suddenly, I felt I was watching a TV medical drama. If I thought that I was really involved, I think I might have freaked and run out of hospital. Those who visited me during my hospital stay remarked on my calm appearance. Believe me, I wasnt calm. A million thoughts were going through my head, none of them about my current situation. All trying to pull my head to a more positive and leisure place. My doctors voice broke the silence. As soon as we get a transporter, were off, he said in a gentle tone that helped calm me. And when I got into the transport bed, I was whisked off to the operating room, with a profusion of lights and ceiling tiles streaming in front of my eyes. It was all I could see. Tiles, lights, tiles, lights, tiles, lights. And then the big sign in red lettering: Surgical Area, Do Not Enter. The team packed me up for the necessary operation. Even in my surreal state of mind, I could see the professionalism of people poking at computer screens, thumbing through notebooks. All were dressed in blue uniforms. On Star Trek, I thought, blue is the color of medical staff outfits. I rattled off a list of answers to questions: allergies, past medical history, family health troubles, had I eaten or drunk anything that day. The allergist was concerned that I had consumed a small container of apple juice. Medication was added to my IV to compensate. Soon. I was in the midst of an operating room. I was packed in, and a mask was put over my face like that mask a nurse put over my face at Sturdy Hospital when I had my tonsils out at age 9. That was the last time I was admitted to the hospital. Suddenly, silence. Then, the world opened slowly to an office area. My anesthetized brain was coming back to consciousness. Then, a long day of recovery. Come Tuesday morning. The intense pain was going. One by one, my medical team came by and agreed it was time for me to go home. The right decision was made. The right operation was carried out. It was time to move on, they all said. But never to forget that health must always be protected and that life must always be the center of ones attention.A hospital stay teaches us how incredibly fragile life is Hi Dale Thank you so much for including my engagement announcement in the paper! Thanks again! Britt Monroe Dear Pr. Sandy, Thank you for the great article God and Religion My Way. It was truly an inspirational column to read and I love to read all your columns. They are very interesting. Janet Adams

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9 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune EDITORIALS & LETTERS East/West Boca Raton, FLBy Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr. Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr. is a Florida resident who, for many years, was a professor at the post-graduate level. received his education in four of them. When he resided in southern California, he wrote a weekly column for the daily Anaheim Bulletin, which was carried for about six years, until he moved to south Florida. By Douglas Heizer Whoever is acquainted with the United States Postal Service knows of the excessive amount of junk mail which daily floods most American households. With the advent of electronic mail, the same is also experienced by its subscribers. The advantage of the latter is that with one click on your keyboard you can delete an unwanted message without needing to open it. Some e-mail providers even take care of that for you, ahead of time, by diverting suspicious messages into the category known as spam, thus keeping unwanted e-mails from your inbox. On the personal level, you can also be proactive in not permitting unsolicited, negative comments to affect you, or harsh responses which may be given to your inquiries, besides other unedifying messages you need not store in your inner being. That could contaminate the stream flowing from your own heart toward others. In your daily interac tions with people, both those you know, as well as many who simply cross your path once, provide a whole assortment of messages aimed at you. Some are written, others are vocally presented, besides many more which can be just as eloquent, albeit unspoken: an evil stare, an unpleasant gesture, or any other non-verbal type of communication. Your best posture towards all these is to delete them from your memory as quickly as they come, long before they take hold of you and adversely affect you by poisoning the emotional reservoir which should supply all you need for the real challenges of any of your days. Ive met several people who, unnecessarily, daily endure a rather miserable existence because they hold on too tightly to grudges, resentments, and negative intimations which they allowed to lodge in their life. It may also relate to items they chose to interpret in a negative way even if that was not the original intent of the message. Whichever form it may take, the consequenc es are caustic for any life, often leading to illness, if not to death itself! Something quite sad is what happens when people delete the positive messages sent to be embraced and stored in the human heart and mind, to provide the directives for varied, unexpected situations encountered in daily life. At the same time, healthy pronouncements intended for us to receive and retain, sometimes cannot occupy human minds on account of too much corrosive negativity already lodged in that space. Such items need to be deleted completelyand never allowed to return! In moments of chaos or times of tranquility, you can utilize the right stuff to keep you thriving while you reflect on what is good, while flushing out whatever can be corrosive and injurious to your own life!Messages to Delete Times go on, and sometime what we learn can hurt usIts fall again and the season is really just beginning. In a few months, The Boca Raton Tribune will celebrate its second anniversary. Hard to believe and, let me tell you, its hard to make it happen! I will take advantage of the fact that my dear friend and our manag ing editor Dale King is at home recovering from surgery and I will write more than he allows me to do on a weekly basis! We are very proud of the newspaper we deliver to you every week, actually, every day. We cant forget our online edition! We are the only real Boca Raton newspaper. By that I mean we are the only newspaper that covers community news from east to west of Boca Ra ton, and that is owned and operated by local people. During my time as the publisher, Ive learned a lot of new things and met a lot of new people. This makes me very happy because we are focused on being your local newspaper, not just another newspaper that prints just to get ads and make money. Do we have competition? Yes and no. Nobody does what we do for our community. We are working to establish a long term relationship with the readers and with the business owners that support us. We want to be not only your closest neighbor but closest friend. Our sales team is not here to take your money and go away, they are here to find a way to support your business the same way you support ours with ads. We are happy to report your business events, we are happy to let people know about your new improvement or about your new product that just arrived. Your ad is not only a block of print that you paid for, for us, having your ad in the pa per means more. It means that you want to see your local newspaper alive and we appreciate that. We are happy to see our paid mail subscription growing every week, we are thankful for all of you that support us that way. But I need to be quite honest. Not all things I learned these past two years made me happy. Some hurt me deeply. I learned that a lot of people, non-profit orga nizations and business owners look at the paper as only a way to promote themselves. They dont care about us; they dont care about how much it costs to keep the paper alive. They dont even know the difference between us and some other newspapers out there. They keep sending us press releases to make their business well known, and when we ask about ads, they say: We dont place ads at the newspapers. Some say, We dont believe in local newspapers. This is really awkward because if they dont believe in newspapers, why do they send press releases to us? If you like our newspaper and if you want us to keep doing what we are doing, I want to give you a challenge. Do you know how much a business card ad at the only real Boca Raton newspaper costs? $35. Do you think $35 per week is too much to support your local paper? If you think its worth it, let businesses know you would like to see them support our city newspa per and keep it alive. I know a lot of you either owns a business or is in charge of marketing in your business or organization. I challenge you to give one of our advertisers a call and ask them if what I said about partnership and support is true or false. We will be here when someone from another state, another city comes and tries to put you out of business, to take your customers away. We will stand with you, we will support you. Nobody else will. Nobody can be proud to be local like we are. We need your support!

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10 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Tri-Rails Rail Fun Day sponsored in part by Pollo Tropical, will offer families a free, fun-filled afternoon with activities, giveaways and more on Sat., Oct. 29 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Tri-Rails Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport Sta tion at Dania Beach. This years event will feature a kids Halloween costume contest, carnivalstyle games and prizes, food trucks, performance by American Idol Season 10 Top 24 Finalist Brett Loewenstern and firstever South Floridas Kids Got Talent competition. Tri-Rail will offer additional trains to help get families to the event, plus kids 15 and under can ride free this day only. Two additional southbound trains will depart from Tri-Rails Mangonia Park Station at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., and two additional northbound trains will depart from Tri-Rails Hialeah Market/Miami Airport Sta tion at 11:03 a.m. and 1:03 p.m. The first 100 riders to present a validated TriRail Ticket dated October 29, 2011 will receive a $5 complimentary coupon for Pollo Tropical. Tri-Rail is proud to present its free event geared to children and families, said Bonnie Arnold, director of marketing for SFRTA/Tri-Rail. This is a great opportunity for us to expose more people to the benefit of riding Tri-Rail for business and leisure travel. Families will enjoy complimentary food samples from Pollo Tropical and cookie decorating compliments of WinnDixie, as well as, prizes, giveaways and activities from South Florida Parenting, Miami Herald, Tigertail Lake Center, City County Credit Union, Xtreme Indoor Karting, Bass Pro Shop, MetroPCS and more. Plus, the Florida Marlins will provide fun interactive games and the Marlins Mobile Marketing Unit. Kids 12 and under are also welcome to wear their Halloween costume to the event and participate in a costume contest at 12:30 p.m. for the chance to win a grand prize. As part of Tri-Rails Rail Fun Day, young Tri-Rails Rail Fun Day Gets Bigger and Better with Talent Competition and Performance stars under 15 will have the opportunity to show off their singing and danc ing talent as they compete in the first-ever South Floridas Kids Got Talent competition. Twelve talented finalists will compete for $500 at 1:00 p.m. during Rail Fun Day. Brett Loewenstern, American Idol Season 10 Top 24 Finalist from Boca Raton, will be one of the judges for TriRails South Florida Kids Got Talent and perform during the event. Other judges include Earl Bos worth, executive director of ArtServe and Camasha Cevieux, deputy director of Miramar Cultural Center. The following contestants will compete and put on a show: Nicholas Aquilino, Boca Raton Nicholas Brodeur, Plantation Julia Faris, Christina Harrison and Desiree Scott, Pembroke Pines Brian Inerfeld, Davie Rena Ingraham, Miramar Shelsie Matarrouz, Pembroke Pines Nakisha Paulin, Lake Worth Alyssa Pelaez, Miami Lakes Jessica Schalen, Miami Juliana Schalen, Miami Elizabeth Schwartz, Weston Maggie Wilkinson, Boca Raton Boca Raton, Fla. Anna Rua donates Beanie Babies and other childrens toy collections to the Boca Raton Childrens Museum. Anna has been collecting Beanie Babies since they first came out 18 years ago and has more than 100 Babies. A Beanie Baby is a stuffed animal made by Ty, Inc. in late 1993. Each toy is handmade and has an inner lining that is stuffed with plastic pellets (or beans) rather than conventional stuffing, giving Beanie Babies a flexible feel. Nine Beanie Babies were released the first year, but there are now more than 500 different Babies in circulation. Beanie Babies began to emerge as popular collectibles in 1995 and the company continues to manufac ture the toys today. Based on the sales and revenue of this toy, Ty Warner created an empire worth more than $6 billion. Poppi Mercier, Executive Director of the Childrens Museum, was delighted to receive the donation as the Museum is getting ready for its holiday season and they will be loved by the children at Breakfast with Santa. The first time I saw this Museum I was completely blown away. The fact that theres a wonderful place like this where children can come and interact is amazing, Anna said. I couldnt do enough for the children and am just overwhelmed. I think the efforts of the ladies who run this Museum is extraordinary. Beanie Babies nd a new home at the Boca Raton Childrens MuseumThe Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL

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11 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. BOCA RATON The Boca Raton Womans Club is scheduled to hold a benefit luncheon today. The theme is Hats Off to AVDA, and will benefit the organization, Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse. The club notes that Oc tober is National Domestic Abuse Awareness Month. The meeting is to be held at Via Mizner Country Club, 6200 Boca Del Mar Drive, Boca Raton. It is the former Country Club at Boca Raton, previously known as Boca Del Mar Country Club.) The speaker is Jilliane Hoffman, former assistant state attorney and prosecutor in the State Domestic Abuse Division. She is the Boca Womens Club presents Hats o to AVDA From left are Susan Blum Gerding, ED.D; Helen Babione; Ben & Rosemary Krieger and Pam OBrien, MSW Photo by Janis Bucherauthor of four legal thrillers, one of which, Retribution, has been purchased by Warner Brothers. She has appeared as a legal analyst and legal expert on sexual predators/ offenders such programs as Good Morning America, The OReilly Factor and Hannity & Colmes Event Chair is Susan Gerding and honorary chair is Helen M. Babione. Guests of honor are Ben and Rosemary Krieger. BOCA RATON -Anette Halfon, Feng Shui master and executive di rector of the Soul Mirror Study and Consultation Center in Israel, will be conducting a seminar in Boca Raton Thursday, Nov. 3 at a time and place to be announced after Oct. 25 Her presentation will cover combined Feng Shui, a health related Feng Shui workshop and personally related health profile. The health semi nar portion is unique to Halfon's study of the subject. This seminar may change attendees lives by empowering them with both general and specific information pertaining to their personal life, surroundings and total well being. In this intimate setting, participants will have the extra benefit of being able to sit oneto-one with Halfon and get a snapshot of each individual profile accord ing to birth date and an interpretation in Chinese astrology. On the heels of the publication of Anette Halfons, "The Mirror of your Soul" in English, the select group will be receiving a complimentary "teaser" of the book called "Appetizer" -information that can be used immediately to enhance ones life from the time they leave this Israels master of Feng Shui to present seminar in BocaAnette Halfonworkshop. There will be limited seating for the seminar. Interested parties should call Sherman & Perlman LLC, for reservations: 561.715.2788 or send an email to: jerry@shermanperlman.com The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL

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12 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. 2011For more information Fresh Fruits & Veggies Hydroponic Produce (in season) Oils, Vinegars Fresh Herbs & Plants Food r Honey Products Doggie Treats Fresh Mozzarella fed Beef Live Music ORGANIZED BY THE CHILDRENS MUSEUM (561) 368-6875 (Corner of Boca Raton Tribune I T S T H E F A V O R I T E S A T U R D A Y M O R N I N G M E E T I N G P L A C E F O R F A M I L Y & F R I E N D S For the second year in a row the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts has been named a recipient of a National Education Grant from The Broadway League, the national trade association for the Broadway industry. These grants support innovative programs that enable students to experience touring Broadway productions as a form of artistic expression and as an educational tool. The 2011 National Education Grants program bestows $5,000 to 10 presenters of touring Broadway shows across the U.S. for the development or support of education programs associated with touring productions. Next springs Kravis on Broadway presenta tion of the 25th anniversary production of the legendary musical Les Miserables (May 16-26, 2012) will be the focal point of this Na tional Education Grant. Under the instruc tion of the Drama and Music Directors at Santaluces High School in Lantana and with the support of Broadway veterans Jacqueline Bayne Gillman (South Pacific, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Ragtime) and Jason Gillman (Legally Blonde The Musical, Chicago, Thoroughly Modern Millie) 30 musical theatre students from Santaluces High School will create and produce an original musical theatre showcase exploring the themes of poverty and oppression in Les Miserables.Kravis Center receives $5K National Education Grant from Broadway League The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL

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13 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Municipal NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune BOCA RATON Boca Raton Fire Rescue Servic es got a jump on Fire Prevention Week Oct. 3 when firefighters from Station # 2 on West Palmetto Park Road visited students and teachers at St. Paul Lutheran School at 701 W. Palmetto Park Road in Boca Raton. Firefighters spoke about fire safety, gave students a tour of their state of the art fire truck and let them handle the hose just like a real firefighter. This year the theme for Fire Prevention Week (Oct. 9-15) is Protect Your Family from Fire Boca Raton Fire Rescue Services wants you to know that fire safety is everyones responsibility. Students were reminded to practice fire safety, ask their parents to test their smoke alarms, have in place and practice an escape plan and use battery operated lighting instead of candles. Firefighters also talked about Stop, Drop and Roll, dialing 9-1-1 for an emergency, Know Two Ways Out and stay low under smoke. Boca reghters get jump on Fire Prevention Week; take message to school Firefighter/Paramedic Scott Kovi gets hugs from students. Photo by Frank Correggio Abrams hails addition of jobs in Palm Beach CountyBy County Commissioner Steven L. Abrams District 4Its no secret that during the past two years, Floridas and Palm Beach Countys economies have been among the hardest hit in the nation with unemployment rates ranging from one to three percent higher than the national average. However, the latest sta tistics show Palm Beach Countys unemployment rate for August 2011 was 11.0 percent down 0.2 percentage points from the July 2011 rate of 11.2 percent and a 1.3 percentage point decrease from the August 2010 rate of 12.3 percent. I am pleased to report that I recently received some other good news from Palm Beach County Workforce Alliance the county added 8,100 jobs over the last 12 months in categories that are key components of our economy, and job openings have increased 12.6 percent compared to this same time last year. As of August this year, the county experienced an over-the-year employment growth in numerous industries including leisure and hospitality (+5,700 jobs), education and health services (+4,100 jobs), professional and business services (+1,700 jobs), other services (+400 jobs), transportation/warehousing (+300 jobs), and financial activities (+100 jobs) There also were 14,978 advertised job openings in Palm Beach County in August 2011, an increase of 1,671 jobs (+12.6 percent) from August 2010. Since bottoming out in January 2009, there has been an increase in demand by approximately 5,301 job openings. Palm Beach County Workforce Alliance is a nonprofit organization chartered by the state that provides specialized free services to both employers and jobseekers at three career centers located in West Palm Beach, Boca Ra ton and Belle Glade. They have been instrumental in placing thousands of jobseekers from entry level to executive positions. In their most recent program year (July 2010 to June 2011), Workforce Alliance placed 12,771 area candidates in jobs a record number and a 19 percent increase compared to the previous year. Workforce Alliance has an established track record of high performance among the 24 regional workforce boards in Florida, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce ranks Florida no. 1 in the nation for its workforce and training programs in a recent annual evaluation. They remain committed to educating and training our local workforce, which is essential to the development of our local economy. Some examples of the services provided by Workforce Alliance include job search workshops and training, career consulting, employers recruiting on-site, use of computers, phones and fax, and assistance for persons with disabilities and priority service for U.S. military veterans. Complete information about these services is available at www. pbcalliance.com. At the same time, the countys Economic Development Office (EDO) is working diligently in procuring new business to relocate to the area while providing other incentives for existing business to expand and grow by providing low-interest funding opportunities and/or tax incentives. For example, a new or expanding business may apply for an economic exemption for improvements to real property and/or tangible personal property not already on the countys tax roll. There is also the states Enterprise Zone Program that offers eight different tax incentives for new and existing businesses. The EDO will also provide assistance with local business owners and entrepreneurs in obtaining low interest rate loans through local, state and federal agencies. One example is Industrial Revenue Bonds (IRB), a program designed to finance business and industrial expansions for companies with strong credit. The bonds are issued by the county with principal, interest and other costs of the bonds paid solely by the beneficiary company. IRBs finance up to 100 percent of the project costs, with loans up to $10 million available if the financing is tax exempt. If you know someone who is looking for a job and/or a business owner(s) looking to expand or relocate, please pass this information along. Please contact me if I can be of assistance or if you have any comments and/or suggestions. I can be reached at sabrams@ pbcgov.org or in my office at 561-355-2204 (West Palm Beach) or 561-2761220 (Delray Beach). Also, please visit my website at http://www. pbcgov.com/countycommissioners/district4/ for updates and links to county divisions and other governmental agencies. Steven Abrams

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14 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Boca Police Safety TipBoca Raton Police BlotterThe Boca Raton Tribune MUNICIPAL East/West Boca Raton, FL Q. Is it required to wear a helmet while operating or riding on a motorcycle? A. No! Florida State Statute 316.211(3) (b) states that a person over 21 years of age may operate or ride upon a motorcycle without wearing protective headgear securely fastened upon his or her head if that person is covered by an insurance policy providing for at least $10,000 in medical benefits for injuries incurred as a result of a crash while operating or riding on a motorcycle. Crime and safety questions are answered by officers from the Crime Prevention Unit. For more information, visit www.BocaPolice.com. County GOP Chairman Sid Dinerstein has named Cathy Brandenburg to serve as the Republican Partys executive director. Cath has been a longterm member of the Republican Party family and brings years of political experience to the table, said Dinerstein, most notably as Jeff Atwaters campaign manager during the hard fought Senate campaign in 2002. Brandenberg entered politics when she was elected a Republican Executive Committee member in 1996 for the county GOP from her district. She was re-elected without opposition in 2000. Also in 1996, she was assigned as the North County area leader for the Election Task Force, the Republican Partys grassroots organization. She was a founding member of the Northern Palm Beach Republican Club in 1997 and has served on its board. She is also a two-term board member of the Republican Party of Palm Beach County. Brandenberg replaces Palm Beach County Republican Party Executive Director Greg Langowski who has been hired by U.S Senator Marco Rubios office to be a regional direc tor in South Florida. Although Im sad to lose Greg, I know this is a great opportunity for him, Senator Rubio and Palm Beach County, said Dinerstein; Moving forward, Im confident that Cathys experience in political campaigning, strategy and management will play a key role in a smooth transition for the county party as we face a dynamic and exciting election cycle. Brandenburg named executive director of Palm Beach County Republican Party Boca Raton, FL There were some scary moments just after 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, when a 6 year old getting out of his grandfathers car at the Verde Elementary School tripped and fell in front of an approaching vehicle. The child was pinned under the vehicle until Boca Raton police officers arrived and with the assistance of a couple of bystanders, were able to lift the car while another person pulled the child out. Motor Officer Mike Daly, Officer Bruce Sonnenblick and Commu nity Service Officer Ernie Bucinskas were the first to arrive and quickly worked together to lift the car just enough to rescue the trapped child. The child was taken to Delray Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries.Three ocers and citizens rescue child trapped under car On Monday, October 10th, at just before 10:00 AM, Boca Raton Police officers responded to a robbery that just happened in the parking lot of Publix, 1001 South Federal Highway. The victim told officers she parked her car and was getting out when a male approached and grabbed her purse. There was a brief struggle over the purse, during which the victim threw a cup of coffee on the suspect. The suspect was able to get the purse away from the victim, causing her to fall in the process. The suspect was last seen running west on the north side walk of SE 11th Street towards Dixie Highway. The victim sustained minor scratches from the fall and did not require medi cal treatment. If anyone has information about this crime, they are asked to call Detective Scott Hanley at (561) 338-1344 or Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers at (800) 458-TIPS. Suspect: Hispanic or light-skinned black male In his late 30s to early 40s Short hair, well-groomed, no facial hair About 5 tall, muscular build Wearing dark pants and a white polo shirtWoman robbed of purse outside PublixBURGLARY TO HOTEL/ MOTEL 10/10/2011 17:41 1950 W GLADES ROAD The victims reported that about $650 in cash, and an Apple laptop ($2,000) were stolen from their hotel room. The suspect is an unknown male who led the housekeeper to believe he was the guest in that room after he entered the room which was open as she was in the process of cleaning the room. BURGLARY TO RESIDENCE 10/09/2011 15:55 3601 NORTH MILITARY TRAIL BRPD responded to 3601 N Military Trail (EML Building Room Lynn University) in reference to a burglary that occurred on 10/08 between 1200 and 1830 hours. An unknown offender(s) entered an unlocked dormitory room and removed two laptop computers valued at approximately $2500.00. No signs of forced entry were observed. SHOPLIFTING/ RETAIL THEFT 10/08/2011 14:25 5840 W GLADES ROAD Responded to the Bloomingdales store in regards to a delayed retail theft. The loss prevention advised that it was the same unknown male suspect from case # 2011-12978 which occurred two days ago. The suspect had left in a late 90`s model white Honda BURGLARY/ THEFT FROM AUTO 10/07/2011 18:02 400 NORTH OCEAN BLVD On 10/7 between 1715 and 1802 hours unknown suspect(s) smashed front driver side window to victims black Nissan 2.5SL and took his wallet in the center console.

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15 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. B The Boca Raton Tribune BOCA LIFE & ARTSSECTION See page 22 See page 25 BOCA RATON -The award-winning Boca Raton Community High School Drama Department will open its season with a richly-staged production of Auntie Mame, by Jerome Lawrence and Robert Lee. With a cast of more than 30 students in vibrant period costumes and sets, the show will run from November 3rd through 5th in the schools Kathryn Lindgren Theatre. With a gallery of memorable characters, Auntie Mame tells the hilarious story of an eccentric socialite who finds her madcap Manhattan lifestyle turned upside down when she is appointed guardian of her orphaned nephew. Auntie Mame takes him on one whirlwind adventure after another, proving that life is a banquet. Highly successful in Broadway productions, in film versions, the play is based on the best-selling novel by Patrick Dennis. The irreverent Auntie Mame has touched the hearts and tickled the funny bones of audiences everywhere, said Drama Department Director Mindy Clarke. And our production is sure to entertain and delight all generations today. Boca Highs Kathryn Lindgren Theatre is located at 1501 NW 15th Court, Boca Raton (just east of 1-95 and just south of Glades Road, across from University Commons Shopping Center). Show times are Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 3-5, 2011 at 7p.m., and a matinee on November 5 at 2 p.m. Tickets for open seating are $8 in advance and $12 at the door. The house opens thirty minutes prior to curtain. Group rates (for twenty or more) are available on request for $7 each. This year, new VIP advanced reserved seating is available at $15 per person, limited to 150 tickets per show. For more informa tion, call (561) 338-1533 or visit www.bocadrama. com. The Boca Raton Community High School seasons second major production will be the popular Gershwin musical, Crazy for You. It is scheduled for Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 1-3, 2012 at 7 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, March 3 & 4 at 2:00 p.m. Without the communitys generous support, Boca Highs drama program simply would not have the opportunity to be so successful, said Clarke. In addition to attending productions, our Friends of the Arts program allows residents to contribute to our department and be recognized in the programs. We also invite local businesses to place ads in the programs.Boca High Drama Department presents Auntie Mame Eat, Drink and be Merry Rain is one of those rare shows that is even more enjoyable on a second viewing

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18 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. The Boca Raton Tribune B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL

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19 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL Have you ever seen or heard comedian Bill Cosby. Clean humor that relates to our everyday situations. Thats what Jeff Allen brings. He has been on Comedy Central, VH1, Showtime, TBN, CBN, Family net and numerous other networks. If you are struggling along in todays society and need a good hard laugh go see Jeff at Boca Glades Church on November 4th. Youll walk out laughing at yourself and whatever your situation is in life! There are two performers that night. The other is Mac McConnell, the drama actor that narrates the famous Fort Lauderdale Christmas Pageant. Mack has a knack of taking an average character and bringing him to life on stage so we all can relate. You will laugh, cry, be astonished and intrigued on where he is going. Tired of just going to dinner or to a movie? Get a babysitter, buy your tickets at $15 per person at bocaglades.org. Then come on by Friday night on November 4th from 7-10pm with a 20 minute intermission to see two great performers. Youll walk out of there entertained, surprised and energized. Again go online today at bocaglades.org and click on event registration. Buy your tickets today. If you have any friends, invite them as well; they will thank you when its over. Night of Fun and ComedyBOCA RATON Boca Raton resident Charlotte Beasley has been on the move again, attending a recent presidential debate and meeting with Gov. Rick Scott and his family. Earlier this year, Bea sley invited the governors mother, Esther, to attend a wedding in Georgia with her and her husband. The trio spent time visiting area attractions as well as the wedding. While at the presidential debate, Beasley met with other local candidates, including former State Rep. Adam Hasner, Republican candidate for the seat now being held by U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson.Boca resident joins governor and family at presidential debate Charlotte Beasley with Gov. Rick Scott bocaratontribune.com

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22 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. By Marc Kent The Boca Raton Tribune B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL It helped that I had seats right down front at Broward Center, where Rain continues through Oct. 16. There is a reason Rain has been performing live nearly more than twice the length of the Beatles performance run, and that reason is attention to detail. There are plenty; perhaps too many Beatles, tribute bands around, but many of them are slipshod, second-rate imitations. The guys in Rain have really studied their subjects and their music. The ringleader in this group is Joey Curatolo, who plays the role of Paul McCartney. Apart from the fact Curatolo plays right-handed, he is a dead ringer for the affable cute Beatle. Curatolo has been playing this role since the original Broadway debut in 1998, and he shows no signs of disenchantment. In fact all four of the Bea tles are members of the original Broadway cast. Steve Landes does not look so much like John Lennon, but his voice is a dead ringer for the most acerbic, quotable Beatle. Joe Bithorn is a bit huskier than the late George Harrison, but he resembles the lead guitarist and his riffs are echo perfect. Drummer Ringo Starr is probably the easiest Beatles to play, because he doesnt say too much. Mostly he smiles and makes peace signs, but Ralph Castellis drumbeat is rock-steady, like Ringos. Add to this authentic costumes from early Bea tles Hamburg, mid-Beatles Abbey Road, late mid-Bea tles Sgt. Pepper and final Beatles scruffy and authentic vintage guitars and Vox amps and you have a visual treat to go with the aural pleasure of guys who sound and act exactly like the Beatles. These guys dont waste time either, packing more than two-dozen tunes into a show enhanced by vintage commercials, cartoons and news clips. I never got to see the Beatles live in concert. I have seen McCartney and Starr in separate concerts several times. As enjoyable as their concerts are, there is no substitute for the Beatles as a group. Rain is about as close as you are going to get at this point in time. Tickets are $25.25$65.25. Call 954-4620222 or go to www.bro wardcenter.org Rain is one of those rare shows that is even more enjoyable on a second viewing Rain in the early Beatles mode.Seating 40 plus at in side and outside table, this 2 month old Mexican food style emporium is open from 8AM thru 9PM, Monday to Sunday. Only a few steps from the beach at 891 East Palmetto Park Road in Boca Raton, its geared to beachgoers and surfers with an accent on the youth trade. We sampled the Rock Hard Breakfast Menu consisting of scrambled eggs, breakfast potatoes, Mexican cheeses and our choice apple wood smoked bacon shredded beef, with veggies and beans in a burrito. Very tasty and quite filling. Another winner was the Mahi Mahi Tacos Rock delicious fish in side 2 tacos with rice and cumin infused black beans and fresh lime. Both soft and crispy quesadillas with Mexican cheeses, pico de gallo are served with sour cream or guacamole (great taste and texture) with your choice of classic cheese, shredded beef, steak, shredded pork or chicken or with veggies and beans. As with the quesadil las, burritos can be had with any of six ingredi ents to suit your fancy likewise, the nachos in any of six versions are complete with melted queso and pico de gallo (or jalapenos) with sour cream or guacamole. All are made to order and all are fine to taste. Salads, side dishes and both soft drinks and beers are listed to complete the menu, an added feature of weekly student specials promise a busy season. For take out, call 561393-TACObe sure to try authentic, fresh Mexican food by the beach! Go and Enjoy!Tasting Rock Hard Taco

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23 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Oleda Baker Warning: No-Carb/Low-Carb Can Cause Serious Health ProblemsCan The Very Popular No-Carb/Low-Carb Diet Be OK For Some People? Or Is It An Unsafe Diet For Everyone? Well it could be for you, but only if you compensate for its weaknesses. Balance in nutrition is the single most important aspect and often the first to be discarded when dieting. With all the many trendy diets today, Americans are losing the nutritional founda tion essential for lifelong good health. We take our bodies on these rollercoaster diets, changing with each new trend and promise, leaving us in a state of chemical imbalance and forcing our digestion and metabolism to compensate when our usual nutritional sourc es are removed. When there is balance, our systems work efficiently to process the foods we eat. With balance and efficiency comes healthy weight maintenance. Carbohydrates are not the villains they are being made out to be! They are essential for digestion and metabolism; they are the best source of energy for all bodily functions, especially the brain and central nervous system. Carbohydrates help regulate protein and fat me-The Boca Raton Tribune B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL tabolism, as fats require carbohydrates for their breakdown within the liver. Carbohydrates contain the same number of calories per gram as protein (approximately 4 calories per gram) and less than one half the calories of fat (approximately 9 calories per gram). Unrefined, natural carbohydrate foods like grains, beans, fruits, and vegetables are the only food category not linked to any leading killer diseases. Research has shown that diets low in pure sugar -one of the very real culprits -and high in complex carbohydrates have been shown to help many disorders. Avoid the carbohydrates that are bad carbs: the pure sugars and starches, the carbohydrate foods lacking in essential vitamins, minerals and fibersthe empty calories." These carbs, found in starchy and sweet foods, when eaten in excess can crowd out essential nutrients in the diet. Concentrated sweets, such as cookies, cakes and candies should not exceed 10% of the daily total calories, yet it is estimated that today we consume as much as 25% of our calories in the form of sugar. The National Research Council does not state a specific requirement in the diet, however most authorities agree that 55 to 60% of total calories should be from carbohydrates. A minimum of 100 grams a day is absolutely essential, with 300 grams being ideal for most people. A person's metabolism, activity levels, size and weight all determine the amount of carbohydrates the body needs. Complete removal of carbohydrates from a diet may produce ketoses; these are toxic compounds that can cause a breakdown of essential body protein, brain damage, depression, apathy, and loss of energy. When protein is burned for energy, as in low carb diets, the kidneys can be overworked trying to quickly rid the body of toxins. It is necessary to consume large amounts of water to stabilize this condition. In balanced diets, fats are burned for energy from storage not proteins benefiting the entire body as these stores of fat produce energy more efficiently.Continued on page 29

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24 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. ARE YOU IN2 COMPUTERS, TOO? Come in and let us help you! Expires 10/30/11 954-785-1313 www.in2computers.com F REEESTIMATES ON SERVICES ABOVE WITH COUPON The Boca Raton Tribune B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL Continued from page 20ing her term as president, JLRB donated $252,000, volunteered 25,000 hours and awarded nonprofits more than $20,000. Shafir-Reiss is heavily involved in film projects through the Dare to Dream Foundation, which she created. She won the Barbara Jordan Award in 2007 for the TV documentary, Champions on Wheels, about wheelchair athletes. Parks King has worked with many organizations, among them, the Broward League of Citizens, PTA president at Addison Mizner Elementary School, SAC member at Boca Middle School and board of directors of the Florence Fuller Child Development Center. Many women go about their business with-Soroptimist International winners cont...out accolades, said Soroptimist President Lorry Herndeen. We feel you make a difference in the community. Also nominated were: Kathleen Gannon, Deby Goldfarb, Julia Hebert, Dini Heizer, Lynn Holden, Rosie Inguanzo-Martin, Claudette Lewis-Williams, Adleen Rawlings, Constance Scott, Dorinda Spahr, Pat Tedesco and Evie Zimmerman. Wold came to the stage late in the program to receive her achievement award. She has created the Elaine J. Wold Endowed Scholarship Fund at St. Andrews School and Nova Southeastern University School of Law. She is also a longtime supporter of Lynn University and donated much of the funding for the Elaine J. and Keith Wold Performing Arts Center at Lynn. Evelyn Tai, Kim Champion and BJ Kaplan

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25 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. We Rell Toner & Ink Jet Cartridges561-865-1323(Delray Commons, SW corner of Military & Atlantic facing Military Trail in the same plaza as Golds Gym) 954-491-8755 OUT OF INK? FREE Computer Checkup and 20% O Computer Repairs! Ink Jet Cartidge SpecialEvery Ink Jet Cartridge Black & Color With this coupon. Not valid with any other oers or prior purchase. Oer expires 12/31/11Must Bring In Empty Cartridge $ 9 99Eachor Rell 2 for $18.99 COMPUTER REPAIR FREEWith this coupon. Not valid with any other oers or prior purchase. Oer expires 12/31/11 $ 20 OFF ANY LABOR CHARGEWith this coupon. Not valid with any other oers or prior purchase. 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Not valid with any other coupon or special oer.Oer Expires 10-30-11 FREEEye Brow In Highlights & Low Lights The Boca Raton Tribune B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL By Diane Feen There are a few new restaurants in town so what else is new? It seems that every week another restaura teur (or chain) opens a new fabulous restaurant or pub only to close within a year or two (sometimes shorter). Everyone raves about the food and the openings are a grand affair but then all too often the flame burns out too soon. You could blame it on the recession (which is a real issue) but there are also a few things that can make or break a new restaurants success. It usually comes down to giving people a good perception of value. And when I say value, it doesnt just mean price its about food quality, portion size, ambience and service. After someone pays the check, they ask themselves, Did I get my moneys worth? If the answer is yes, then they are more likely to come back, said Burt Rapoport, owner of Henrys, Bogarts Bar & Grille and Deck 84. One new restaurant that seems to be on the right track is Philippe by Philippe Chow. This rather elegant hot haute Chinese restaurant has an upbeat interior in black, white and red with a comfy bar and private rooms that make you feel that Vegas thrill. Well known chef, Philippe Chow has perfected the art of Beijing-style cuisine without using MSG and other fillers. And it seems to be working. Their New York location has garnered an endorsement from Zagat 2010 for Best Chinese Food and was named Best of the Best (2007) by New York Eat, Drink and be MerryMagazine for their Peking Duck. The restaurant is also backed by celebrity sports figures and is frequented by heavyweights such as Bill Clinton, Lady Gaga, Mick Jagger, Paul McCartney, Rupert Murdoch, Rihanna, Jay Z and Beyonce. Favorite dishes are Chicken Satay, Beijing chicken, Peking Duck, Peking Chicken and Green Prawns. And the best part is that the menu is lower priced than the Miami and New York locations. They have a three-course prefix meal for $29, from 4 to 6 Sunday to Thursday and happy hour every day from 4 to 6 with complementary appetizers, halfprice cocktails and free valet parking. Located at 200 East Palmetto Park (below the spiffy condo) you can find them at www. philippechow.com. On the other side of the culinary and cultural spec trum is a new restaurant in The Shops at Boca Center called The English Tap & Beer Garden. This casual, good vibe haunt is based on Las Vegas Todd English P.U.B. (Public Urban Bar). They serve 25 beers on tap, over 60 bottled beers from around the globe and a menu that ranges from shrimp cocktail to steak salad and everything in between burgers, short ribs, turkey, chicken pot pie and a host of seafood and sandwiches. Their Happy Hour from 4 to 7 daily includes half price draft beer, wine (select liquors) and luscious appetizers at a special price. Check out the menu at www.theenglishtap.com. Owner John Watson is pretty happy about his cool hot spot in Boca Ra ton. We know its the right time to bring an authentic beer garden to South Florida because we have the perfect outdoor/ indoor location. We have delicious beers and full bar with great food in a casual outdoor space. Watson has a point. Ac cording to Dennis Max, owner of Maxs Grille, price has become an issue with it comes to restaurant longevity. Wealthy people have gotten more conservative in their spending; theyre trying not to be extravagant. You have to pay attention to every detail and work hard. You also have to understand where society is at and give it to them, said Max, who is opening a new restaurant in Deerfield Beach called Frank & Dinos and one at the Regency Court in Boca called Assaggio Del Forno. Max continues to tweak his menu (and his wine list) to cater to his fans needs. Its the season to be jolly almost so eat up.

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26 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. A Security InsurancePROTECTING YOUR PERSONAL AND BUSINESS LIFEA Security InsurancePROTECTING YOUR PERSONAL AND BUSINESS LIFE What can our Insurance WE CAN SAVE YOU $$$$$ CALL 561-487-5115 NOW FOR A FREE QUOTE!We also o er tag, title and registration services and we can open your Corporations.I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Philippians 4:13 Agency do for you? 23257 State Road 7, Suite 201 Boca Raton, FL 33428 insurance2you@bellsouth.net SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITY!Why Shop Local? Locally-owned businesses build strong neighborhoods, link neighbors and contribute to local causes. When you shop at local businesses, you are continuing a cycle of economic development directly related to our community; the money you spend keeps our stores open, our neighbors employed, and our business owners invested in the community. Shop at locallyowned stores, restaurants and businesses, and support our community. Boca Raton is OUR town, so lets keep the money local!This public service advertisement courtesy of Investments Limited and The Boca Raton Tribune SHOPPING LOCALLYI LOOK LOCAL...SHOP LOCAL...LOVE LOCAL GILL 954.937.1301 Cell g.nascto@gmail.com We Come To You!TV Repair and More... By Carter Helshien Teen LifeThe Boca Raton Tribune As Chinas economy and international influence continue to grow, many are analyzing the similarities and differences between the United States and China. With China having all members of their International Mathematical Olympiad team place gold for ten different years (the second country to have that many all-members place gold is Russia at two) it should be questioned just what it is about the curriculum in schools in China that is making them appear superior to those in the United States. Though recent arguments have been made that the Chinese school system is superior, in reality there are both equal advantages and disadvantages to the Chinese and American school systems. The main difference between students in China and students in the United States is that while students in China may fare better in mathematics, students in the United States are more well-rounded. Specifically, in the United States students generally take the five main courses of English, a foreign language, a social science, a science, and a mathematics course, while students in China take the five core classes of mathematics, chemistry, physics, Chinese, and English. Consequently, Chinese schools are more mathematics and science oriented. Moreover, though social science classes and other classes common in the United States are offered in China, they are rarely taken and are offered simply as electives. Furthermore, schools in China greatly contrast with schools in the United States in the methodology they follow. Though schools in the United States stress unique thought-processes and individualism, schools in China focus more on rote memorization and factmemorizing. Moreover, while test-taking does have high-value in schools in the United States, there is a much greater emphasis on the value of test-taking in schools in China. Students in China are trained from very early-on to be prepared for various tests through extensive test prep in middle school, high school, and college entrance exams. Though some might make the argument that schools in China should be considered superior to schools in the United States, the reality is actually far from what might be expected. The main advantage that schools in the United States provide is the wide range of classes that are offered, starting anywhere from psychology classes to economic classes. Consequently, students in the United States are able to experience a much wider array of interests and maximize their learning experience. US Education vs. Chinese Education: Who Wins?

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27 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. BusinessThe Boca Raton Tribune Boca Raton, Florida October 2011 New and exclusive service comes to the Boca Raton area, offering bothbusiness owners and the community a refreshing and unique twist to what some may remember being the Welcome Wagon. MyWelcomeBasket. com is delivering FREE Welcome Neighbor Baskets, and FREE Welcome Baby Baskets starting this month! The service will benefit the entire community, and promote a neighborly welcome tothose just moving in or those who just had a baby and could use the extra information and advice. Its simple. Once you visit the web site, click on Request a Visit and one of our friendly representatives will contact you right away to set up an appointment and deliver a FREE Basket to your door filled with important information. Our Boca Ratons own Eden Day Spa has been named a winner in the 2011 SpaFinder Readers Choice Awards in the Fa vorite Day Spa category, as well as Winner of Spa Week's 2011 Luxe Award for "Best Overall Spa". Eden Day Spa has been one of South Florida's most exclusive day spas since 1996 and has been featured in Marie Claire, Vogue and Shape maga zines. They were voted "Best Spa in Boca" by the Boca Raton Forum 4 years in a row (2008 2011), "Best Day Spa in Boca" by the Boca Raton News and Sun Sentinel newspapers (2006 and 2007), "The Best of Spas 2006-7" and "Best Facials 2009-10" on City Search, "Best Facials in the Palm Beaches and the Treasure Coast 2007" by WPBF 25, "Top 5: Best Massage in The Palm Beaches and Treasure Coast" 2008 by WPBF 25, and "Best Facial in The Palm Beaches 2010" by Fox 29! Eden Day Spa was also awarded a nomination as one of the top ten day spas in the Southeastern US, by the prestigious Les Nouvelles Esthetiques & Spa magazine (2011). So, whats it like to visit Eden Day Spa? Just imagine a place where you can go to forget about the stress and worries of daily life. At Eden Day Spa, located at 213 East Palmetto Park Road in beautiful downtown Boca, their experienced staff transports you into a world of complete calm with their personalized spa treatments. Their mission is to provide you with the ultimate in relaxation, rejuvenation and customer service in all that they offer. Eden Day Spa offers the very best in specialized skincare, including customized facials, peels, microdermabrasion and HydraFacials. Melt away stress with their many modalities of massage therapy from Swedish and deep tissue, to materBOCA RATON The Philippe by Philippe Chow restaurant made its official debut at 200 East Palmetto Park Road in Boca Raton with a recent red carpet opening. The arrival of the world-famous haute Chinese dining concept marks an achievement for both Philippe Chow and the city of Boca Raton as the largest mega-status brand restaurant to premiere in the area. Were taking Beijingstyle cooking to a new level, said Stratis Morfogen, CEO of Philippe Chow Restaurant Group. Most people associate Chinese cooking with Cantonese cooking, which varies greatly from the layered flavors of Beijing-style cuisine. At Philippe, its all about the artistry of the dish and the immense detail that goes into the preparation. Were excited to offer an attractive new price point due to the favorable deal we received from 200 East to occupy this location. Morfogen gutted the $5 million dollar III Forks interiors to create the signature look of Philippe. The 9,000-square-foot, 500-seat restaurant offers five indoor dining rooms, including a private wine cellar and media room, outside patios and a spa cious indoor/outdoor bar. Executive Chef Philippe Chow brings the Palm Beach market its first taste of Beijingstyle cooking, known for its lightness and layered flavors without added MSG. Pricing at Philippe is substantially discounted, with signature dishes like Chicken Satay and Peking Duck for 35 percent less than other locations. The restaurant will offer its trademark handmade noodle show at the bar at 8:30 p.m. nightly. The restaurants affordable price range and upscale status are expected to impact the local economy by increasing traffic in the Palmetto Park area between Mizner Park and Royal Palm Place. Philippe, which boasts a long list of celebrity fans including actors, musicians and dignitaries, drew famed personalities at the August 24 Grand Opening event, including CEO of Philippe Chow Restaurant Group, Stratis Morfogen, Executive Chef Philippe Chow, former Miami Heat player Alonzo Mourning and wife, Tracy, former Sacramento Kings player Samuel Dalembert, and world-famous noodle artist Mr. Cheng. Proceeds from the grand opening benefited St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital and the Connie J. Goodale Breast Cancer Foundation. Celebrity partners for Philippe Boca include former Pittsburgh Steeler Jerome Bettis, New York Knick Chauncey Billups, Denver Nugget Al Harrington and Miami Heat player Alonzo Mourning. Eden Day Spa Garners More Coveted Awards nity massage, reflexology and more. They also offer body treatments including exfoliating scrubs and nourishing wraps, makeup artistry, face & body waxing, spa manicures and luxurious pedicures, as well as reiki & acupuncture. For more information, you can contact them at (561) 4477700 or visit their website at edendayspa.net Philippe by Philippe Chow restaurant debuts in downtown BocaFREE Welcoming Service for the Boca Raton Community Starts Deliveries baskets also include hundreds of dollars in valuable community business coupons, product samples and gifts! Creating connections between local businesses and the community, as well as getting to know a neighbor and having a trusted referral acquaintance is the most essential purpose of our service. MyWelcomeBasket. com is a FREE service to the community, delivering sponsored baskets to our neighborhoods. We dont just deliver information; but we become a trusted referral when needed. We know the city, we know the people, we are here to help! For more information on how to get your FREE Basket, or on how to become a Sponsor, contact Susy at 561.789.4402 or write us an email to promotions@ mywelcomebasket.com

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28 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune BUSINESS East/West Boca Raton, FL Email your Business News, promotions and acknowledgements to Chris Catoggio at: chris@bocaratontribune.com. TheBocaRatonTribune.comSun Broadcast Group, Inc. has launched a nationally syndicated radio show, Payne Nation with Charles Payne. The show will debut on October 17th, fea turing Fox News contributor Charles Payne. "Everyone asks me how am I going to be dif ferent from other hosts out there, and I tell them that I am simply going to be real. No scare tactics. I'm not going to sugar coat anything in fact I go right at the issues by digging beneath the surface, seeking facts, relaying on history, and connecting all the dots for real assessments and real solutions," said Charles Payne. "We're very excited to welcome Charles to the Sun Broadcast lineup. We believe the industry is ready for an uplifting, positive financial show that will provide real answers for real people in this turbulent time in our nation," said Jay Bailey, CEO and founder of Sun Broadcast Group. Payne Nation with Charles Payne will be produced in New York City from the Sun Broad cast Studios in the Fox News building and will be broadcast Monday through Friday from 5 to 7pm. The show will feature the hot topics of the day, interviews with the biggest newsmakers, listener call-ins and in depth market summaries and financial recaps. "We've assembled an elite team of broadcast ing's most knowledgeable to launch and support Payne Nation with Charles Payne. We're creating a very different kind of talk show with Charles' unique perspective as the focal point and programming elements and new media technology to engage and connect with the audience in a very special way," said Steve Galla gher, EVP Sun Broadcast Group. The Payne Nation with Charles Payne Dream Team includes: Charles PayneHost: Fox Business Network contributor and co-host of "Varney & Co.," Payne is also a contributor to the Fox News Channel, frequently appearing on shows such as "Cashin' In", "Cavuto on Business," and "Bulls and Bears." Along with his busy schedule at FNB and FNC, Charles hosts a Saturday afternoon talk show on KFI-AM in Los Ange les, the second largest ra dio market in the nation. Payne is also the CEO and principal analyst of Wall Street Strategies, an independent stock market research firm he founded in 1991. Edd Hall Announcer: Best known as Jay Leno's announcer on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno for 12 years. Edd is a very busy announcer, actor and voice actor for Television, Commercials, Film and Theatre in Hollywood and currently announces segments and features for the Late Show with David Letterman and many national radio and television commercials. Chad Wilkinson Executive Producer: Chad is considered by many in the industry to be one of the hottest talk radio producers in the nation. He has produced and helped develop some of the most listened to talk radio shows in America includ ing The Lou Dobbs Show, The Dennis Miller Show, The Ron Insana Show, and The Lars Larson Show. Gabe Hobbs Pro gram Consultant: Named by Radio Ink Magazine as one of the top 10 cor porate radio programmers in America, Gabe is a 35-year radio veteran who has specialized in the news, talk and sports formats for the past 20 years. He served as the in-house consultant for Premiere Radio Networks, and was involved with shows such as The Rush Limbaugh Program, The Glenn Beck Show and The Dr. Laura Show. Gabe also worked on the launch of Fox Sports Radio in 2000 and remained an advisor to the network for eight years. Jim RobinsonShow Consultant: President of the former ABC Radio Networks. Jim was named the 2006 News/Talk Executive of the Year by Ra dio & Records Magazine and has been featured in Radio Ink's list of the 40 Most Powerful People in Radio.Sun Broadcast Group Assembles Radio Dream Team to Produce Payne Nation, starring Fox News Contributor Charles PayneWEST BOCA RATON The next meeting of the West Boca Business Connection will be held Wednes day, October 26 at 8 a.m. at the Bagel Tree Restaurant, 9080 Kimberly Blvd., Boca Raton, in the Hamptons Shopping Center at the southwest corner of Lyons Road and Kimberly Blvd. Attendance is $7per person which includes breakfast. The group is seeking new members. The West Boca Business Connection is a networking group which meets the second and fourth Wednesday of every month. Please RSVP to WestBo caBusCon@gmail.com. For more information contact Vicki Landis at 561-716-3481. BOCA RATON -Boca Raton Regional Hospital, for the second consecutive year, was named one of the Top Hospitals with Great Cardiovascular Programs by Beckers Hospital Review, a bimonthly publication that offers up-to-date business and legal news and analysis related to hospitals and health systems. Boca Regional joins other leading hospitals such as Johns Hopkins, Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and Mount Sinai Medical Center, receiving this recognition for making strides in the effort to combat heart disease through groundbreaking research, high-quality care, state-ofthe-art treatments and community education. To develop this list of hospitals, the Beckers Hospital Review editorial team researched and analyzed a large number of organizations, taking into consideration their clinical accolades and contributions to the field of cardiol ogy and cardiovascular surgery. BOCA RATON -October 22nd will be a magical tour of mystical lands and exotic people. Grab your magic carpet and whisk your way to the wondrous land of the Boca Raton Resort & Club for one of the area's most extraordinary evenings -the Boca Chamber Annual Celebration! It begins with cocktails at 6 p.m., with dinner at 7.Black tie is optional The Chamber will honor outgoing Chair John Mulhall of Rutherford Mulhall, P.A. for his year of tireless service and welcome incoming Chair Cheryl Budd of NCCI Holdings, Inc. BOCA RATON The South Palm Beach County Chamber Partnership miniExpo will be held Tuesday, October 25th from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Via Mizner Golf & Country Club (formerly known as the Country Club at Boca Raton), 6200 Boca Del Mar Drive, Boca Raton. Business leaders from Boca Raton, Boynton Beach and Delray Beach can enjoy good food, a giveaway and networking.

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29 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune BUSINESS East/West Boca Raton, FL Your challenge as a salesperson begins when your potential client says, No. To the seasoned seller, a No doesnt necessarily mean that the buyer is not willing to buy. Rather, it often means that something about the product/ service, the way it has been presented, or the way it has not been presented, is causing the buyer to hesitate. Even experienced buyers find making decisions a difficult task. If some of the sales elements are ambiguous in the buyers mind, it may be easier to say No and play it safe basically people dont like to make hasty decisions. Sometimes the best way for the buyer to find out if the sellers information is worthy is to challenge the seller, and the No response is often the best way to do it. No may mean many things. Here are some possible translations to the No response during a sales presentation. The client may be telling you: tion. a good enough reason for buying. my problem/s. me the benefit/s. has not addressed the perceived value I am looking for. Lets look into the verbal dynamics involved in the sales presenta tion and explore this issue further. When does No mean No and when does it mean Yes? How can the salesperson tell if the buyer is hinting they need more information or are simply not interested? The salesperson must never get disheartened when they hear the dreaded No; instead he or she must listen carefully to what follows after it. If the client gives you an expla nation for why they do not want to buy, then it typically is safe to assume the buyer is giving the seller a chance to address that issue. Otherwise, why would the buyer even explain his or her decision? For example, suppose the client says the products delivery time is too late. In essence, he or she is telling the salesperson that if the product were delivered faster, he or she would consider buying the product. The client is giving the seller the opportunity to arrange for quicker turnarounds and make the sale. If the client says boldly that they are not interested in the product, or has no need for it, then in most cases, the No likely means a No. This is a clear indication of the buyers polite desire to end the sales presenta tion. Carrying on with more information about the product will in most cases irritate the client and could possibly even sour the entire buyer-seller relationship. In this scenario the salesperson should ask if they can meet at a future time. If the response is still, No then the only thing the salesperson can do is to Go and leave the door open for another day by indicating that he or she appreciated the buyer taking the time leave with a good impression. You never know what other product/service you will be selling in the future you may have to see that buyer again. A polite goodbye is always in order. Although we find that relationshipbased selling has made a strong comeback (it really never left us) it is returning with different ground rules. seller should be on the same page with the same objectives. ship should be predicated on a long-tern timeframe in which both sides respect each other and trust one another. always be voiced in the buyer-seller relationship and the sellers answers must be honest, accurate and not adversarial.Finally, we dont subscribe to using tricky techniques in order to persuade buyers to make decisions. Clients today are more knowledgeable and sophisticated than many of their predecessors; do not expect them to fall for antiquated, phony pressure techniques and do something they are not comfortable doing. Today, the emphasis should be on how they buy, why they buy, what motivates them, and finally can your product satisfy their needs? Although the seller should be cognizant of modern day (21st century) buyer behavior, they should always be prepared to confidently and honestly answer buyer objections. Clients expect to have their objections addressed and resolved before they consider making the buying decision; this will help turn a No into a Yes.Excerpts from the book, The Real World Guide to Selling & Management, Gerald J. Sherman & Sar S. Perlman, Fairchild Publications, Division of Conde Nast, N.Y. Gerald J. Sherman, MBA, DBA, of Sherman & Perlman LLC., is a marketing and public relations consultant, sales coach and author who has written several books and articles on these sub jects. jerry@shermanperlman. com http://www.shermanperlman.com 561.715.2788 By Gerald J. ShermanNo Can Mean Yes!Gerald J. Sherman, MBA, DBA of Sherman & Perlman LLC, Marketing is a Boca Raton-based, author, marketing consultant and public relations person who has written several books and articles on these subjects. http://www.shermanperlman.com jerry@shermanperlman.com 561.715.2788 TheBocaRatonTribune.com Read Continued from page 24Oleda Baker continued...Oleda Baker, now 76, began her career as a high fashion model with the prestigious Wilhelmina Model Agency, based in New York City and doing print and TV assignments in New York and Europe. She has written ten books on beauty, diet and health. So now back to balance if you are one of the millions now on one of those No-Carb/Low -Carb diets please be aware of the need to help your body in balancing and compensating for a lack of essential nutrients. Consider supplementing and balancing where you are lacking in carbohydrates with a good multi-vitamin; a vitamin rich in all Bs, and especially biotin, to help in the digestion of added proteins in the diet. Also drink plenty of water, eat an assortment of fruits and vegetables choose your favorites, they are all good for you! Quick-Carb Reference: Sources of Complex Carbohydrates: Rice (especially brown), Potatoes, Beans, Peas, Corn, Yam, Low-Sweet Fruits and Vegetables, Wholegrain Bread, Dark Bread, Pita Bread, Matzo Bread, Pasta, Wholegrain cereal (including high-fiber Breakfast Cereal), Wheetabix, Shredded Wheat, Kasha, Oatcakes, Cuscus. Sources of Simple Carbohydrates: Sugar, Chocolate, Candy, Jam, Cookies and Cakes, Biscuits, Sweet White Breads, Toffee, Honey, Soft Drinks, Alcohol Drinks, High-Fructose Juices, Ice Cream, Syrups. 561-208-6029 CALL ANYTIMEwww.acmbuildingservices.com

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30 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Columnists The Boca Raton TribuneMichael H. Gora has been certified by the Board of Specialization and Education of The Florida Bar as a specialist in family and matrimonial law, and is a partner with Shapiro Blasi Wasserman & Gora P.A. in Boca Raton. Mr. Gora may be reached by e-mail at mhgora@sbwlawfirm.com. By Mike Gora By Michael H. GoraQ: I own the home that I live in with my wife and our three children in Deerfield. I inherited it from my father. The home is free and clear, no mortgage. We moved into the home five years ago. We have been married for fifteen years. I sell furniture on commission to stores all over Florida, she is a school teacher, and we just make ends meet. We have no savings and no retirement, although I have an account with a broker of a couple of hundred thousand, also from my dads estate. I have been paying for the taxes and insurance on the home from my inheritance money.zz We are getting a divorce. My wife would like to live in the home, with the kids, until our youngest, now thirteen years old, gets out of high school. My lawyer calls that exclusive use and possession. I need a place to live, and can not afford a home nearly as nice, if I have to live elsewhere. Can she kick out of my own home? Would I still have to pay child support? How is that calculated? We have a mediation set in a couple of weeks. What should I do? A: Granting exclusive use and occupancy to a divorced residential parent and the children is not uncommon. It is usually conditioned upon the residential parent remaining unmarried, and lasts until the youngest child is out of support. It is considered a way of providing child support. However, it is not usually allowed where, as here, the home is not jointly owned, and is not marital property. Under those circumstances, it should not be granted unless the court finds that your income is not sufficient to pay your share of the child support and still have enough left over to support yourself, and that, therefore, use of the home is necessary. The child support would be calculated in the usual manner. Your income and your wifes income, net of income taxes would be determined. The required guidelines support is calculated by comparing your total net income to the chart found in the Florida Child Support Guidelines. The support amount provided by the statute is then divided between you proportionately, depending on the percentage of the total income earned by each of you, adjusted for the payment of health insurance for the children. Under these circumstances, however, an additional adjustment would be made in the income calculation. The fair rental value of the home would be added to your wifes income before determining the total support, and your respective percentages. To plan for the upcoming mediation your attorney should prepare sample child support guidelines scenarios, with and with out the granting the possession of exclusive use of the house to your wife. If you want to hold on to possession of the home, you must take the position that you can afford the child support provided by the guidelines calculation. If you want her to posses the home, temporarily, you have to argue that you cannot otherwise provide support for the children. The cost of your alterna tive place to live should be determined and considered in order to figure out what would be economically best for you.Hey, thats my houseIn real fellowship a friendship or relationship in which mutual support is extended people experience mercy. Fellowship is a place of grace, where mistakes are not rubbed in with constant reminders, but rubbed out and forgiven. Fellowship happens when mercy wins over justice. Everyone needs mercy, because we all stumble and fall, and usually require help getting back on track. Because of this, we need to be willing to offer mercy to each other and be equally willing to receive it from one another. You cannot have fellowship, whether in the workplace, a community organization or a family, without forgiveness because bitterness and resentment always destroy fellowship. Sometimes we hurt each other intentionally and sometimes unintentionally; either way, it takes massive amounts of mercy and grace to create and maintain fellowship. The Bible offers this wise admonition: You must make allowance for each others faults and forgive the person who offends you. Remember, the Lord forgave you, so you must forgive others (Colossians 3:13). The mercy God shows to us should serve as the motivation for us to show mercy to others, regardless of the circumstanc es. Whenever you find yourself being hurt by someone else, you have a choice to make: Will I use my energy and emotions for retalia tion or for resolution? You cannot do both. Many people are reluctant to show mercy because they fail to understand the difference between trust and forgiveness. Forgiveness is letting go of the past. Trust, however, has to do with future behavior. Forgiveness must be immediate, regardless of whether a person asks for it. Trust must be earned and rebuilt over time. Trust requires a track record. If someone hurts you repeatedly, you are commanded by God to forgive them instantly, for your own benefit as well as the other person. Lack of forgiveness can become an emotional cancer, a lingering, lethal source of bitterness. However, you are not expected to immediately trust the person that has hurt you and you are not expected to continue allowing them to hurt you. When people inflict pain in your life, they must prove to have changed over time before they can regain your trust. One of the best places for restoring trust is within the supportive context of a small group that can provide both encouragement and accountability. But while you are giving people time to make positive changes, your first step should be to extend forgiveness, independent of whatever remedial action they choose to take. Consider this insight from the Scriptures: When people sin, you should forgive and comfort them, so they wont give up in despair (2 Corinthians 2:7). 2011, Purpose Driven Life. All rights reserved. Adapted from a column by Dr. Rick Warren, the author of numer ous books, including the highly acclaimed, The Purpose-Drive Life, which has been translated into many languages and sold throughout the world. It affirms the importance of having a carefully considered, clearly expressed purpose to guide everyday life. It has been named one of the 100 Christian books that changed the 20th Century. He also has written The Purpose-Driven Church.By Rick Warren Do not be reluctant to show mercy

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32 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.GamesThe Boca Raton Tribune Pet SocietyThe Boca Raton Tribune PET OF THE WEEK Story, photo by Pam DAddioBOCA RATON Hi, Im Hope. And I hope you will take me home to be your very own. Im a mastiff / American bulldog mix, a 3 year-old female weighing about 70 lbs. Big is beautiful! I'm a loving, bighearted dog who had pups and now I'm ready to find a 'new leash on life'. I'm a really nice girl who can live with older kids, cats and 'some' other dogs....I prefer big, non-assertive dogs to play with. Ask to meet me and let me lay this great big pretty head in your lap....you'll be smitten! I'm available for adoption at TriCounty Humane Society, a no-kill animal shelter located at 21287 Boca Rio Road in Boca Raton. The shelter is open for adoptions Tuesday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Adoption fees for companion animals are $110 and up. Animals are heartworm-tested and upto-date on vaccinations. Included in the adoption fee is one year of free office visits to Regency Veterinary Clinic. Please visit us to find a lost pet or to consider adding a shelter dog or cat to your family. We have puppies and kittens, too! Call (561) 482-8110 or view many of our available animals and volunteer opportunities at: www.tricountyhumane. org. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter at 'TriCounty Humane'. Hope has high hopes that she will become your personal pet 561-208-6029

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33 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.SportsThe Boca Raton Tribune He Came, He saw, He Conquered: The House the Schnellenberger Built By: Pedro HeizerHoward Schnellen berger has been to the FAU owls what his men tor, Don Shula was for the Miami Dolphins, Schnellenberger devoted his time and passion to getting the FAU Football program off the ground. He spent two years as the school's director of football operations, though there was no foot ball team, and has since been the only coach the program has ever known. Schnellenberger was the driving force behind getting an on-campus sta dium, and made FAU a common name in both the state and the country. When Schnellenberger came to FAU in 1998, one of the first things he proposed was an on-campus stadium. He had made a similar proposal during his tenures at Miami, and Louisville. Schnellenberger understands the importance of an on-campus stadium, from his days with Miami in the late 70s and early 80s. The Hurricanes played at the Orange Bowl and Schnellenberger said one of his first games (a game versus Notre Dame) had to be moved because fans wouldn't travel to the Orange Bowl despite the Irish being one of the most recognizable teams in college football. He said he didn't want FAU to have the same problems. "I've been right in the middle of this thing for all these years and can see the significance of playing their home games on campus," Schnellenberger said. "It was absolutely obvious to us that a sta dium needed to be built on our campus because no college football team wants to be off their own campus. The ones that are off campus certainly wish that they were on campus and that is true of the great teams as well. According to Schnellenberger, a school becomes a recognizable after its football program becomes important in the national eyes. UCLA, FSU, UF, UCF, Auburn, LSU, Alabama, all were small schools at one point. These schools grew once the school invested in a football stadium. Once a football program becomes Pedro Heizer and Howard Schnellenbergerseen in the national media, not only will it be easier for the school to sign recruits, but the school will grow along with the football program. With this football stadium, FAU will now be a major player when it comes to recruitment, and being noticed by bigger conferences." an enthusiastic Schnellenberger in his office explained the importance of a football stadium in a University. Not only is the stadium a huge boost for the College Life at FAU, but it will also be a huge boost for the city of Boca Ra ton. The new 30,000 seat stadium will attract fans from all over Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, and other neighboring cities. All these people will come to the heart of Boca Raton and will end up eating at the local restaurants, go to bars, clubs, or any form of entertainment after the games, much like FSU has right now. The city is expecting a boost in the economy thanks to the stadium opening up and that is a great sign for us explained Councilwoman Constance Scott. Seeing his dream of an on-campus stadium realized is one of the highlights of Schnellenberger s career. And in spite of feeling the pull of retirement that is just around the corner (Schnellenberger will retire after the season), Schnellenberger hasn't lost his passion for the game. FAU found the ultimate builder, and the ultimate dreamer; Schnellenberger is the type of guy who is able to look at a pile of junk and see gold. As for what Schnellenberger sees in the future for FAU, I can see them in 15 years being parts of the Big East Conference and competing for a national title or a meaning bowl game.

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34 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL By: Pedro HeizerThe Conditions were not ideal, but the United States without superstar Landon Donovan (strained quadriceps) defeated Honduras 1-0 in an interna tional friendly in front of 21,170 rain-soaked fans at Sun Life Stadium. The win is the first of head coach Jurgen Klinsmann who is now 1-2-1 as the head coach of the National Team and is the 13th victory of the U.S. National Team versus Honduras. Clint Dempsey scored in the 36th minute on a beautiful goal. Dempsey turned on the defender, switched the ball from his right to his left foot and shot the ball just inside the left post of Honduras goalie Donis Escobar. I didnt know if that ball was going to come through, explained Dempsey of the goal after the game. I tried taking it with my right foot, saw that it was going to get blocked, pulled it back and tried to place it with my left foot and couldnt have hit it any better. The goal was Dempseys 23rd goal as a member of the United States National Team. Honduras started the game with some great chances, goalkeeper Tim Howard made six saves but none bigger than the open shot on goal in the 19th minute by Jerry Bengston and then again in the 72nd minute when he blasted a shot from 30 yards out. The conditions werent great, but I thought defensively we were pretty good. They pose some really big problems for us. Theyre strong up front and because they have two target players who can hold the ball up they can get a lot of players into the attack. It was difficult but I thought we did pretty well in terms of controlling them and not giving them too many great chances, explained Howard after the game. This game could have easily been 2-0 when Oguchi Onyewu shot from a rebound was just over the crossbar in the 66th minute. Boca Raton native, Jozy Altidore had over 300 friends and family come watch him play, I had a ton of family come out; it was really special for me. I really enjoyed playing in front of my family and a lot of people who helped me get to the point I am today.United States National Team wins in Miami for the rst time since 2003: National Team now has a 3-10-4 record in South Florida Another player with roots in South Florida is Real Salt Lake midfielder Kyle Beckerman who started his MLS career in Miami with the Miami Fusion, Its always great coming back and playing in Miami. This is a great city with great soccer fans. Boca Raton, FL The Florida Atlantic University womens soccer team returns to the friendly confines of South Florida to face Sun Belt Conference leading University of Denver and the University of North Texas on Parents Weekend. The Owls will battle Denver, the defending league champions, on Friday, October 14 at 7 p.m. North Texas comes to town on Sunday, Oc tober 16 at noon. Both matches will be played at the FAU Soccer Sta dium, 777 Glades Road, Boca Raton campus. The team has fared much better at home this season, posting a 5-1-1 record. FAU won its last home match in overtime against rival Troy University on October 2. Overall the Owls stand 5-7-1 on the season and are 1-4-1 in league play. Sophomore forward Jesse Shugg continues to pace an offensive attack with six goals and 13 points. The Burlington, Ontario, Canada native tallied her first assist of the season in last Fridays 2-1 loss to Middle Tennessee State University. Shugg is the teams leader with 39 shots. Fellow sophomore forward Brittney Nash is tops on the team with five assists to go along with three goals. Junior forward Allison Griffin scored her fourth goal of the season on October 7. Griffin has found the back of the net on four of her nine shots this season. Denver has outscored its league opponents 24-3 with a leagueleading 6-0 record. The Pioneers are coming off dominating home wins over the University of South Alabama with a score of 7-0 and Troy with a score of 6-0 last weekend. The team stands 12-2 overall. Denver is led by Kristen Hamiltons 11 goals and eight assists while Nicholette DiGiacomo and Kalie Vaughn have added seven goals each. Last year, the Owls dropped a 3-0 decision to Denver in the Rocky Mountain state. The Pioneers are moving to the Western Athletic Conference after this season. North Texas also enters this weekends ac tion unbeaten in five Sun Belt matches. Overall the Mean Green stand 103-1 on the season. The team is coming off a 4-1 home victory over Troy and its match against South Alabama was cancelled due to heavy rain on October 9. North Texas is led by Michelle Young with 10 goals and 23 points. Nikki Crocco has scored seven goals while Kelsey Hodges has added five goals. Ellen Scarfone leads the team with six assists.FAU Women's Soccer Host League Leaders on Parent's Weekend

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35 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL Bocaray Bocaray Gerrys HereFormerly Barber Shop from Forest Hills, Queens Now We Are Unisex Men & WomenS.E. Corner of Linton & Military (Near Poppies Restaurant) Delray BeachSenior Hair Cut Special ....................... $10.00 Senior Ladies Hair Cut Special ........ $13.00 Hot Towel Shave Best Hot Towel Shave in Town $13.00 Style Cuts ........................................... $13.00 Kids Cuts ............................................. $11.00 561-498-8166 561-498-8166 PLUMBINGLAST IN THE ALPHBET, FIRST IN SERVICE FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED SINCE 1968 By: Orlando GreenwaldTwo playoff games: Eight goals. The Strikers offense has been firing on full cylinders ever since the post season started, and the quest for the cup began. The Strikers won 3 to 1 in Puerto Rico late Saturday night. Playing the first leg of the semifinals, the Strikers faced the Islanders in Puerto Rico. Having not lost a single game at home this season, the Islanders had all the confidence they needed. Yet, the Strikers came in having different plans. After a scoreless first half, where Abe Thompson was limited to touches, coach Daryl Shore made a substitution and brought in Martin Nunez. In the 49th minute, just four minutes after come in, Martin scored a goal that came in from a Lance La ing cross. In the 82th minute, Walter Restrepo added a second to the lead but was answered right back in the Strikers Come Up Big Against the Islanders84th by Jonathan Fana who shot the goal inside the box. The assist came from Gregory Richardson. In stoppage time, Mike Palacio hooked up with Brian Shriver who scored his 3rd goal in 2 games. The goal came from an Islanders turnover that resulted in Palacio being wide open for the cross to Shriver. Obviously we are pleased with the result, said Strikers head coach Daryl Shore. We know we have areas to improve upon for the second leg. We know Puerto Rico is going to come in hungry and throw everything at us. We have to be prepared and ready for a battle next week. The Islanders now come to Ft. Lauderdale to face the Strikers in the sec ond leg of the semifinals on October, 15th. The Strikers have a 3-1 lead on aggregate and are that much closer to the Championship. Tickets are still aviable for the October 15th game, and can be found at https:// tickets.completeticketsolutions.com/MFC/Online/ default.asp Follow your Strikers on Twitter @FTLSTRIKERS or on FaceBook facebook.com/ftlstrikers BOCA RATON, Fla. Through the first four weeks of Sunshine State Conference play, Lynn Universitys volleyball team has tallied a 1-1 split every week versus SSC opponents, including this past week with a win over Barry and a loss to Rollins. On Tuesday, October 5, the Blue & White defeated their rival Barry 3-1. Versus the Barry Buccaneers, Lynn collected 51 kills on a .317 team hitting mark with 12 attack errors on 123 attempts. Abbey Brokop had a match-high 39 assists and also added eight digs. Brianna Cox hit .524 for the match to lead all attackers in that category. Shannon Dugan also posted an impressive .414 hitting percentage while Brittany Browns hitting percentage was .367. Freshman Nikki Ha ben amassed a team-high 13 digs while Mandy Mc Intosh collected 11. The Knights welcomed Rollins to the de Hoernle Center on Saturday, October 8, and started out on the right foot by taking the first set. However, Rollins won the next three sets to claim the road victory and their sixth SSC win of the year. Beginning on Friday, October 14, the Knights play in Pensacola, Fla., in the University West Floridas Regional Crossover Tournament. At 9 a.m. on Friday, the Fighting Knights play the AlabamaHuntsville Chargers. Lynn holds a 3-0 advantage in the all-time series with the last game taking place in 2008 and the Blue & White claiming a 3-0 win. In the second match on Friday, Lynn takes on host West Florida at 2 p.m. Last season the Fighting Knights lost a 3-1 decision to the West Florida. The overall series between the two teams stands tied at two wins a piece. In the final day of the tournament, Lynn plays Christian Brothers at 11 a.m. then Valdosta State at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oc tober 15. The only time Lynn has faced Christian Brothers was last season and the Fighting Knights took a 3-0 win over the Buccaneers. Head coach Lynze Roos is also undefeated versus Valdosta State with a 3-0 record. Last season Lynn defeated Valdosta State 3-0 in the first game of the year. Versus this weeks opponents, Roos sits at 8-2 with the only two losses coming from West Florida.Lynn Volleyball Hunting for Regional Wins

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37 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Complete Auto Repair and Service NEW & USED TIRES STARTING AT $15 LOWEST PRICES ON 24, 26 & 28 RIMS & TIRES 1 West Linton Blvd, Bay 4 Delray Beach, FL FREE Towing $ 39.95 Aligment & Rotation FREE Alignment Buy 3 Used Tires & Get 1 FREE OIL CHANGE $ 14.95 561-272-2226 The Boca Raton Tribune SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL By: Amit Kheterpal Golf is played to enjoy the sun and get that abundant color of green. The green is also a term which is used as a synonym to the golf course. There are a lot of plac es where you can go when the summer season is there as there is no chill and you can enjoy the sun. All over the country there are golf courses and special golf destination s which are filled with golf tourists all summer. Some of the best places where you can go for golfing combined with vacations are the states of North Carolina and South Carolina. While the best destination that is the Hilton Head is in South Carolina the famous Myrtle Beach is in North Carolina. You can be assured that the best of the best places go very empty in winter as you would not want to play the golf in winter with chill blowing into your face. There is no reason for despair as there are places which are there all over the country which do not get the sub zero temperatures as the North East and these place offer the best way to enjoy golf during winter. Myrtle Beach in North Carolina is one such place which does not get very chilly and you can enjoy the golf all day long but you need to be careful about the evening as they can be a bit chilly especially if you are going in the month of December and January. The other place which is very good for winter golf is the gambling city of the world and is Las Vegas. Las Vegas has been made in the Nevada desert and a lot of resorts there offer the golf and you can enjoy both golfing and gambling. There are several other places like Arizona or Florida which offer great places to play golf in winter. The bets part is that in winter the rates of the hotels come down drastically and also the golf rates also very economical. You can effectively enjoy a good golfing vacation at half the prices of what you would have been charged in peak summer. There are several places in UK and Ireland which offer absolutely dirt cheap options for playing golf in winter. These places though are cold and you will need to have full winter gear but the beauty and charm of Europe is captivating enough to enjoy the game of golf in winter. Your Guide To Winter Golf e only $$$ Restaurant in Florida with $$$$$ Quality!561-672-7553(Northeast Corner of Federal and SE 5th Street) Bring This Ad In and Get A FREE Glass of Wine!Sunday-ThursdayYou can choose one of several appetizers plus one of several entrees and one of several desserts$32 MONDAY & TUESDAYAll bottles of our ne wines at Half-PriceHAPPY HOUREveryday 4:00-7:00pm Full Bar at Half Price Plus Selected Appetizers

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38 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL St. Andrews (3-2) 9 Miami-Florida Christian 6Gary Gladden rushed for 139 yards and a touchdown on 28 carries and Mathias Resch kicked a game-winning 27yard field goal as time expired to help the Scots top the Patriots in Boca Raton.High School Football Weekend Recap American Heritage 50 Pope John Paul II (1-5) 0Greg Bryant ran for 137 yards and a touchdown on just seven carries as the Stallions routed the Eagles in Delray Beach. Heritage dominated defensively throughout the game. Boca Christian (1-4) 25 Sheridan Hills Christian 14 Caleb Hood began the game with a 90-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and added 127 yards rushing and three more touchdowns as the Blazers defeated the Sharks in Boca Raton. Sebastian River 55 Olympic Heights (1-5) 0The Lions were dominated by the Sharks, who raced to a 38-0 halftime lead and cruised to the victory in Boca Raton. Allowing the Sharks to 386 rushing yards and six rushing touchdowns, the Lions defense looked lost and out of place. The Lions offence didnt look any better, they only had 47 total yards the entire game. Spanish River (3-3) 20 Royal Palm Beach 62Royal Palm Beachs Tremaine McCullough destroyed the Sharks, the Wildcats senior ran for 190 yards and four touchdowns before being pulled at halftime of Royal Palm Beachs 62-20 rout of the Spanish River Sharks. One thing is for sure, Spanish River is back to playing the football we are all accustomed to. The Sharks were embarrassed in a 62-20 defeat. The game was close early in the first quarter, as the teams exchanged touchdowns on a 74-yard dash by McCullough and a 35-yard run by Spanish River quarterback Taylor Schnaars, but the Wildcats pulled away with seven unanswered scores to lead 55-6 midway through the third quarter.

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39 October 13 through October 19, 2011 Edition 69 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL Bring YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR The Boca Raton Tribune home with you. RECEIVE THE PAPER from the comfort of your HOME! www.thebocaratontribune.comStay in touch with whats happening in BOCA RATON! Edition 69 ( ) 3 Months $26.87 ( ) 6 Months $51.19 ( ) 1 Year $105.63 bocaratontribune.com Atlantic 14 West Boca Raton (1-5) 3While the Eagles offense struggled, it was its defense that keyed the victory over the Bulls. Keith Bryant had nine tackles and two sacks to lead the Eagles. Brisly Estime and Gerald Fulton added interceptions as the Eagles forced four total turnovers. Tevin Spells rushed for 142 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries for the Eagles. Eugene Bethea rushed for 72 yards on 19 carries for West Boca and Jimmy Masson led the Bulls defense with seven tackles Boca Raton (2-3) 24 John I. Leonard 17Cedric Bryant returned an interception 43 yards for a tie-breaking touchdown with 35 seconds to play to complete Boca Ratons stunning 24-17 comeback win over John I. Leonard on Friday night. The Bobcats trailed 17-3 after Lancers quarterback Adam Johnson connected on a 9-yard touchdown pass to Donovan Miller on their first possession of the second half. Miller caught four passes for 36 yards and also ran for 82 yards on 16 carries. Keith Byars II, who ran for 92 yards on 14 carries before leaving with an apparent ankle injury, brought the Bobcats within a score with an 11-yard TD run. Boca Raton tied it at 17 with 52 to seconds to play when Tard McCoy caught a 30-yard pass from quarterback Kevin Anderson, who completed 14 of 28 passes for 148 yards. Football Weekend Recap continues...

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