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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 NewsSee page 13BusinessSee page 27Life & ArtsSee page 15 See page 10Send 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! October is Breast Cancer Awareness MonthSee page 3 561-672-7553 See Page 37FAU to step up economic development growth eorts for its second 50 yearsChildrens Muse um receives two trees from Beautication CommitteeFrom Naples, Italy to Boca Raton, FloridaMeet me on the Promenade Gazebo along Plaza Real in Mizner Park Fountain at Sanborn Square Old Town Hall, now home to the Boca Raton His torical Society Michael and Madelyn Savarick Bell Tower near the Count de Hoernle Amphitheater in Mizner Park.Hats o to domestic abuse aid group Festival of the Arts BOCA names Kitsopoulos as conductorJeremy Pound from Juicy Results reads The Boca Raton Tribune

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2 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70Support 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 path of the righteous is like the morning sun, shining ever brighter till the full light of day.Proverbs 4: 18 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: 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. bocaratontribune.comFestival BOCA announces performers Casablanca Jose Carreras Doris Kearns Goodwin Valentina Lizitsa

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3 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70 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 -As it celebrates its 50th anniversary year, Florida Atlantic University is taking aim at becoming a stronger engine of economic growth in South Florida through a multi-faceted initiative to support existing and new businesses, particularly those in the high-tech sec tor. The FAU Board of Trustees is committed to making the university much more of a player on the South Florida economic scene, said Board Chair Robert J. Stilley. We want to increase FAUs ability to help existing companies by providing a wide range of support services, to spin off new companies through research and to attract outof-state companies that want to establish a link with a research university. This will ultimately lead to higher paying jobs in this area and a better quality of life. Intensifying the universitys focus on its economic development role was one of the key themes that emerged from a recent two-day board retreat. Trustees also want FAU to move full steam ahead with its research programs and civic engagement activities. While FAU is already making its mark in all of these areas, we want to see them grow significantly, said Stilley. The university is maturing very rapidly as a major center of higher education and has celebrated many landmark moments over the past year, including the launch of its medical school. We want to see continued growth across the board, particularly in areas that impact the quality of life in South Florida. FAU is a charter member of the Life Tech Corridor, a regional consortium that is working to establish a life sciences industry cluster in South Florida. The university is seeking $6 million in state funding to create an Institute for Science and Technology on its Jupiter campus. FAU also holds charter membership in MedUTech, an initiative that is focused on building the technology and healthcare sectors of Boca Ratons economy. There is so much a university can do to spur economic growth as it pursues its research mission, said FAU President Mary Jane Saunders. The two things actually go hand in hand. FAU has already established important partnerships with organizations in the private sector, and we are ready to move forward aggressively to achieve a constantly expanding array of research goals and contribute to regional economic development. FAU currently has an estimated economic impact of $2 billion annually in its six-county service region. The advent of FAUs medical school and the opening of its 30,000-seat football stadium are expected to add millions to that total. Trustees also want the university to increase its outreach to local communities. An office of community engagement is being created to pursue this FAU to step up economic development growth eorts for its second 50 years FAU President Dr. Mary Jane Saunders Robert Stilley, chairman of the FAU Board of Trusteesgoal. I am committed to the concept of stewardship of place, said Saunders. Universities must be fully engaged in the lives of the communities they serve, and FAU is reaching out in many ways to fulfill this responsibility. Rendering meaningful public service has long been a priority for the university. Every year, FAU students, faculty and staff contribute thousands of volunteer hours to nonprofit groups and civic organizations. The goal now is to build upon the platform that FAU has established in each of these areas economic development, research and community engagement and take them to even higher levels, said Stilley. Established in 1961, FAU officially opened its doors in 1964 as the fifth public university in Florida. In commemoration of its origin, FAU is celebrating its 50th anniversary throughout 2011. Today, the university serves more than 29,000 undergraduate and graduate students on seven campuses and sites. FAUs world-class teaching and research faculty serves students through 10 colleges: the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, the College of Business, the College for Design and Social Inquiry, the College of Education, the College of Engineering and Computer Science, the Graduate College, the Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College, the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine, the Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing and the Charles E. Schmidt College of Science. ABC Construction Building, Inc.General Contracting / Designing / Building / Planning Consulting / Engineering / Surveying Your Home Remodeling Center DELRAY BEACH -Don't be scared!!! Young Professionals of Delray (YPOD)s first annual Halloween charity event benefiting the Milagro Center of Delray Beach will be held Oct. 27 at 6 p.m. Participants will venture upon the dark and dreary yet romantically beautiful tiki bars and pools of Cranes Beach Houses tropical playground. This is a costume-friendly party with a Jamaican theme, so break out this years costume or tropical attire and join in. Coming straight from work no worries, the costume is optional. A $10 donation gets complimentary cocktail, discounted signature sangria and food spread. Special thanks to this months sponsor and fellow YPOD'er Brian Rosen of Marcus and Millichap Commercial Real Estate Brokers. Cranes Beach House is located just over the Atlantic Avenue Bridge at 82 Gleason Street, Delray Beach. For more information, visit www.cranesbeachhouse.com. YPODs rst annual Halloween Costume Party Oct. 27 to benet Milagro Center

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4 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Dr. S. Benjamin Roldan D.M.D. M.S. P.A. and Associates on East Camino Real in the heart of Boca Raton r fnftbnnr b BocaRatonWineAndFoodFestival.comrfntbnn bbn bn nbnb nn bn nnnnnb nnn nnn nn nrn n nnftb Friday, November 11 7 PM to 10 PMr rSaturday, November 12 6 PM to 10 PM r rfrfntbrrrf r f n t

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5 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70 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. Y our Style For LifeTM RO AL P ALM PLACETM TM Royal Palm Place IS TM! T he T alk o f t he T o w n

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6 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. rfntfnb rfnrf tbbbb ntbbt rf rffffrfr ntrrfrfr rf n tb b b bbbbt b r r ttt b FREE PICK UP & DELIVERY Call Today! The Four Arts King Library invites you to the second annualKing FlingFriday, November 4 from 5:30 to 8 pmJoin us for an evening of books, wine, lite bites, and live music as we raise funds to restore The King Library, a Maurice Fatio-designed architectural landmark and home to Palm Beachs original library. Your ticket allows you to browse & purchase a selection of rare and donated books, DVDs and other library treasures before they go on sale to the public the next day. 3 Four Arts Plaza, Palm Beach FL

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7 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70 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, FL By Skip Sheffield BOCA RATON -Broadway singer-actress Mary DArcy returns to Boca Raton Oct. 20 for a very special reason. She and her conductor-pianist husband Karl Jurman are performing Broadway and Beyond, a fundraising benefit, at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 20 at the Schmidt Family Centre for the Arts, located in the former Cartoon Museum at the south end of Mizner Park. Sponsors and premium ticket holders are invited for cocktails at 6:30 p.m. Doors open for general admission at 7 p.m. The event benefits the Festival of the Arts BOCA 2012. I played the very first Festival BOCA at its grand opening, reveals DArcy by telephone from the pic turesque seaside village of Spring Lake, New Jersey. I came back again for the fifth anniversary. When Charles Siemon invited us to play a benefit concert we couldnt say no. Mary DArcy is best known for her long run as Christine with Michael Crawford in the original Broadway production of Phantom of the Opera. Karl Jurman was and is still is musical director and conductor of The Lion King on Broadway. The show opened in 1996 and is still running, making it one of Broadways most enduring productions. We have both enjoyed very busy careers, says DArcy. Karl still works full-time with the Lion King, so it is rare that he can get away. DArcy toured the USA with Richard Harris in Camelot. The late British star called DArcy his favorite Guinevere. Other Broadway shows include Singin in the Rain, Sunday in the Park with George and Into the Woods. She sings on Sondheim, the multitalent tribute to composer Stephen Sondheim. Both Mary DArcy and Karl Jurman toured in Duke Ellingtons Sophisticated La dies, but not to gether. I toured the Soviet Union back when it was called that, says DArcy. Karl toured Japan. Thats how it is when you are married but have sepa rate careers. DArcy jokingly refers to Broadway and Beyond as the Karl and Mary Show. The program is a lot of our personal favorites, not just from Broadway, but all kinds of music, says DArcy. We are delighted for a chance to perform together. It will be nice to be able be in Boca Raton again. Karl will have the chance to see his aunt, Yvonne Boice. Sponsorships are available for $1,000, which include four premium seats and a meet-and-greet. Individual premium seats are $150 and general admission is $50. Call Lisa or Ruth at 561-368-3808 or e-mail info@centre4artsboca.comBroadway and Beyond performance Oct. 20 to benet Festival BOCA Mary DArcy Karl Jurman BOCA RATON -Most Reverend Gerald M. Barbarito, Bishop of the Palm Beach County Diocese, installed the Very Rev. Michael Kissane, O. Carm. at the 10:30 am Mass on Sunday, October 2, 2011. Fr. Kissane is the fifth pastor of St. Jude Catholic Church at 21689 Toledo Road, Boca Raton. Fr. Kissanes family from Long Island joined the enthusiastic crowd of pa rishioners for the auspicious occasion. About his assignment to St. Jude, Pastor Mike remarked: In the three months I have been here, I have discovered that St. Jude parishioners are searching for, and trying to accomplish the will of God. I believe they take seriously the words of dismissal at each Mass: Go in peace to love and serve the Lord and one another. Fr. Kissane was born and raised in Greenlawn, New York. He attended high school and colleges in Middleton and New Rochelle, New York, earning a B.A. in history in 1980. After college, he entered the novitiate and professed his first vows as a Carmelite in June, 1981. From 1981-83, Fr. Mike taught freshman religion classes at Pope John Paul II High School in Boca Ra ton. He continued his studies, earning an MA degree in Theology in 1986 from Washington Theological U., an MS degree in Pastoral Counseling in 1993 from Iona College, and a Post Masters Certificate of Advanced Studies in Counseling from Loyola College in Baltimore in 1994. Before being appointed pastor of St. Jude Church in July, 2011, Fr. Mike served as the pastor of St. Simon Stock Church in the Bronx, New York and was the Prior Provincial of the Carmelites in St. Elias Province.St. Jude Catholic Church welcomes Carmelite priest as pastor Fr. Michael Kissane, O.Carm, with Bishop Gerald M. Barbarito. BOCA RATON -Jim Lehrer, the host of the PBS NewsHour and author of the best-selling book Tension City: Inside the Presidential Debates, from Kennedy-Nixon to Obama-McCain, will be the speaker at Lynn Uni versitys Dively Frontiers in Globalization Lecture Series on Wednesday, Nov. 9, at 6:30 p.m., in the Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center on Lynns campus. Lehrer has been a reporter since 1959, and in 1983 he launched The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour with Robert Mac Neil that became todays PBS NewsHour. During his career, Lehrer has received numer ous awards including the 1999 National Humani ties Medal, two Emmy Awards, the Fred Friendly First Amendment Award and the George Foster Peabody Broadcast Award, among others. In addition to his award-winning work as a journalist, Lehrer has also authored 20 bestselling novels, two mem oirs and three plays. His latest book, published this month, is Tension City, a book that pulls back the curtain on more than 40 years of televised political debate in America. The book is inspired by Lehrers long experience hosting presidential debates. In the last six presidential elections, Lehrer has served as a moderator for 11 of these nationally televised events. In fact, in 1996, he was selected as sole moderator for all three debates. In an unprecedented show of respect and confidence, in 2000, Lehrer was selected as the sole moderator for the three presidential debates. Tickets are $25 by call ing 561-237-9000.Journalist/author Jim Lehrer to speak at Lynn University

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8 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. TheBocaRatonTribune.com Read... 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, good taste and available space. every 60 days. 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 First of all, I want to thank everyone who has called, emailed or otherwise contacted me to express concern about my recent hospitalization. Ill repeat to you what I told one of my doctors the morning I was released. I feel fine never better. I do have some follow-up appointments with the doctors involved, but all the signs point to a full recovery. I also wanted to thank the operating room team at JFK Medical Center led by Dr. Robert Burger for their expertise and gentle manner in getting me through. Naturally, when you talk about being hospital ized, others want to share their stories and I have exchanged a lot of I remember when I was in the hospital tales this past week, My own close encounter with the medi cal system was a long time coming. The last time I spent overnight time at the hospital was for a tonsillectomy at age 9. Now, even that is an outpatient procedure. Obviously, the medical system has changed a lot. One of them is in the category of billing and payment. A person I spoke with this week described a recent battle with an insur ance company over billing. It seems this person was taken by rescue to an area medical facility suffering symptoms of a heart attack. Initially, he said, he stopped by a local fire sta tion, and the EMTs there assessed that he needed to be transported. As it turned out, the person was in the hospital about three days and endured a battery of tests. Finally, the doctors said it was not his heart, but possibly a severe case of acid reflux. Anyway, when the bill arrived, the insurance car rier said it would not cover the entire hospital stay. Insurers said the full three days wasnt necessary; that it shouldnt have tak en that long to determine it wasnt a heart attack. Give me a break! Were talking about a heart here. The guy with the symptoms couldnt just get up from his hospital bed and walk out. He couldnt just say, Well, Im cured. It wasnt really my heart. Gee, Im sorry I bothered you. Whats the message here? If you have heart attacks symptoms, just ignore them because if its not really a heart attack, your insurance company wont pay. Thats enough to give you a heart attack right there. So, should I have been released as soon as I came back from the operating room without the kidney stone? I couldnt get up anyway the nurses said patients arent supposed to walk around in the hospital. Besides, I was tethered to an IV. I can tell you this. In three days at the hospital, I quickly learned which doctors were the thought ful, caring ones and which were in it for the money. (Thankfully, I saw very few, if any, of the latter). Doctors, nurses and staff seem to have a heart. I dont think insurance companies have a heart. Maybe they should pay more attention to the man behind the curtain. MY WOMAN OF DISTINCTION I was lucky enough to be out of the hospital in time to see my wonderful wife, Julia Hebert, receive her recognition as a nominee for the Soroptimist International Woman of Distinction Award. She didnt win the top prize in her category. But she certainly meets the criteria of the Soroptimist organization to improve the lives of women and girls in local communities and throughout the world. Many thanks to Ron McCormick, who nominated her for the prize. And also, congratulations to Dini Heizer, wife of Boca Raton Tribune Publisher Douglas Heizer, who was also nominated for a Woman of Distinction Award. The Soroptimist organization helps a lot of agencies in the area, among them, the Florence Fuller Child Development Center, PACE Center for Girls and Ruth Rales Jewish Family Service. As the mistress of ceremonies, Emily Lilly must have said that all 22 nominees are winners in their own right.A little bit of this, a little bit of thatDear Editor, ank you for the coverege of the grand opening of FAUs on-campus stadium! I followed all the pictures you posted on facebook and it was great seeing it live! anks, Joan Joselyn Dear Dr. Synesio, Your column last week Messages to delete was very inpirational and it is something very impor tant that everyone should learn to do! Chris Pineda Dear Dale, Im glad you are okay. Aer reading your editorial last week, I was glad to learn that you were ne! James Nelson

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9 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70 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.By 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 The Boca Raton Tribune EDITORIALS & LETTERS East/West Boca Raton, FL Among the earthly ideals humans are capable of pursuing, wisdom should never be neglected as a serious aim! Meaning is nec essary to be sought and attained, liberty is also vital, often achieved and maintained through the sacrificial offer of ones life blood. For every worthwhile goal, certain pre-requisites must be followed! Unfortunately, contemporary western society has become too lazy; many persons are uninterested in making any sacrifice to succeed in what they wish to see come to pass. On ac count of abundant mecha nization, people today have become accustomed to just clap their hands and see miracles instantly happen, or to press certain buttons and, suddenly, their desires take place! While many such conveniences are advanta geous, and can simplify some aspects of daily living, people need to realize that certain benefits require discipline and strenuous labor before they become ours to enjoy. The dictionary is the only place where success comes before work. Even the noblest virtues in life may lose their significance unless they are undergirded and ac companied by wisdom. And this attainable gift is not to be confused with intelligence, smartness, cleverness, book knowledge, or similar such things. It is not through an academic degree that wisdom is ac quired. It is not even by the personal accumulation of years that someone can be called wise; age has little to do with that reality! Nor any amount of personal or borrowed wealth can ever buy wisdom. After all, wisdom is fully available to any who earnestly seeks it young and old, rich and poor, educated or uneducated, red and yellow, black and white. It is not confined to a special class of people who call themselves lovers of wisdom i.e. philosophers. Nevertheless, wisdom is something highly honored whenever seen in ac tion. It may be for the ac complishment of certain projects only, or for the facing of unique life moments. It can also be as a perennial gift from above, sought by any human and provided by the One from Whom all wisdom and other blessings flow. King Solomon, recog nized as the wisest man who ever lived, was very specific in his petition to his God for daily wisdom. As a result, he secured not only that but much more trhoughout his life and reign. Anyone can be diligent throughout an entire earthly pilgrimage in thinking with the rational tools already in ones possession, in seeking true wisdom to direct in every facet of ones daily endeavors. An ancient book of Proverbs, attributed to King Solomon, reports Happy is the man who finds wisdom, and the man who gains understanding (3:13). Its also viewed as better than weapons of war (9:18a). Therefore, think and grow wise!Think and Grow Wise!This coming weekend (Oct. 21 and 22) is the one everyone has been waiting for. Starting Friday, the downtown will come alive with Meet me on the Promenade, a free and open-to-the-public two night-one day fest featuring the downtown destinations best. There will be lots of entertainment, food and fun. But this is also a time to say Thank You to the many businesses that have made downtown their home base. A couple of firms come to mind because they are celebrating long years in Boca Raton. Doug Mummaw, head of Mummaw and Asso ciates architectural firm, held a party last week to honor his 25 years in the city. We salute you, Doug, for all you have done for Boca Raton for your success in business and as president of the Rotary Club of Boca Raton. Another business, Rubens Barber Shop in West Boca, is coming up on another important anniversary 20 years in the same location 9973 Glades Road in the Shadowood Square Shopping Center. Congratulations to that business as well. This weekends event is not specifically aimed at businesses. But certainly the downtown could not function as a living, breathing entity without a successful retail community. Actually, Meet Me on the Promenade com memorates the recent completion of the $5 million construction of the Boca Raton CRA's enhancement program and the new Downtown Boca Pedestrian Promenade that has created a new destination hub at its centrally located Sanborn Square Park. Were told the new reconstructed paved streets and widened sidewalks strengthen the physical and experiential connec tion and enhance and promote walkability between the south and north ends of Downtown Boca. This is sort of like the spine idea that was kicked around for years. That would have provided a straight shot between the north and south ends of the city. Constance Scott, City Council member and chairwoman of the Boca Raton Community Redevelopment Agency, offered this assessment of the project: Meet Me On The Promenade is the perfect example of successful public/private partnership engagement as is hosted by the CRA; developed and implemented by the city's branding and marketing consultants; produced by city staff; supported by the connec tivity, participation and collaboration of downtown Boca businesses and completely underwritten by community stakeholders and partners who understand the important impact a vibrant downtown community has on lifestyle and economic benefits for an entire com munity and destination. In other words, its good for the public and good for private business. And its really, really good for the city. Promenade event programming is designed for discovering all there is to see and do along the Promenade and the areas that it connects such as Palmetto Park Road, N.E. First Avenue, Boca Raton Road, Mizner Park and Royal Palm Place. This is a particularly important event. Now only does it mark the completion of a major downtown reconstruction project, but it underscores the need for people to be part of the process. As you probably know, the city several years ago appointed a special com mittee to study downtown renovation and rehabilitation. The panel has provided its input along the way and helped the process move forward. These people should also be con gratulated for what they have done to make this special weekend possible.Its time to celebrate downtown Boca Raton --and its dedicated business people

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10 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70Support 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, FL Story, photos by Dale M. KingBOCA RATON AVDA (Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse) got a tip-of-the-hat and a financial boost from the Boca Raton Womans Club which held a benefit luncheon Oct. 131 at the Via Mizner Golf and Country Club. Those in attendance also heard from a former Miami-Dade prosecutor turned mystery novelist who dealt with domestic abuse in the field. During the event, the Womans Club noted that October is National Domestic Abuse Awareness Month. AVDA offers shelter to abuses women and children and also provides transitional housing, said Pam OBrien, the agencys executive director. She said the organiza tion could house only 12 people when it first began more than a quartercentury ago, but can now accommodate 72, and more at other locations, if necessary. Also, said OBrien, We make sure that when they leave, they have more money than when they came in. She noted that the Centers for Disease Control are now listing domestic abuse as a health issue. OBrien also said as many as one in four women is affected by domestic violence. The problem is par -Boca Womens Club oers Hats o to domestic abuse aid group From left are Brenda Lewenstein, Rosemary Kreiger, Jilliane Hoffman, Mayor Susan Whelchel and Pam OBrien. From left are Pam OBrien, Rosemary Krieger and Jilliane Hoffman. Doug Mummaw, president of the Rotary Club of Boca Raton, with Mayor Susan Whelchel at the Hats off to AVDA event.ticularly prevalent right here in Palm Beach County which ranks third highest among all 67 Florida counties for fatalities caused by domestic violence incidents that result in arrests. Noting that AVDA has an annual budget of $2 million, and has a staff of 26, OBrien thanked the city of Boca Raton and others who have helped us keep our funding. Rosemary Krieger, who, with husband Ben, has long supported AVDA, made a special presentation to OBrien and to the speaker, Jil liane Hoffman. She also made an onthe-spot donation of $1,000 to the group. The Kriegers have donated two rooms to the AVDA shelter, one in their name, the other in the name of their Speaker Jilliane Hoffman, a former Miami-Dade prosecutor turned mystery author. Mayor Susan Whelchel addresses the crowd at Hats off to AVDA event.parents. Hoffman, a former as sistant state attorney and prosecutor in the State Domestic Abuse Divi sion, offered a speech about her career as an attorney and author. She said she could not have written her novels without the experiences she had in the courtroom. She has written several legal thrillers, one of which, Retribution, has been purchased by War ner Brothers for development into a movie.

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11 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70 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, FL Blackbeards Ghost (PG) Fri, Oct. 14, 7:30 pm Sunset Cove Amphitheater, South County Regional Park west of Boca Raton. This is an amusing tale of the notorious pirate Blackbeard whose spirit is cursed to wander in limbo until he performs a good deed. When the local colleges harried track coach accidentally conjures up the ghost, strange and funny things occur as the well-intentioned pirate does his best to help the coachs comically inept team while the coach searches for a way to rid himself of his new-found companion. Picnic baskets and lawn chairs are welcome. No pets please. Free admission and parking. Halloween BOOardwalk (ages 3+) Fri, Oct. 28, 6:30-8:30 pm Daggerwing Nature Center, South County Regional Park west of Boca Raton Come in costume for some family-friendly, nonscary Halloween fun! Walk the indoor and outdoor BOOardwalk and participate in crafts and activi-Halloween happenings at county parks ties while learning about Halloween creatures such as bats, owls and spiders. Call the nature center at 629-8760 for more information. No reservations needed. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Free admission. Halloween Splashtacular (all ages) Sat, Oct. 29, 6-8 pm Aqua Crest Pool, Delray Beach There will be a costume contest, trick or treat, games, prizes, food and more! Cotton candy, popcorn and snow cones concession will be available. Fee: $2/person, ages 2 and under free Animal Encounters: Spooky Creatures (all ages) Sat, Oct. 29, 1 p.m. Daggerwing Nature Center, South County Regional Park Take an up-close look at some animals. Learn about owls, snakes, bats, spiders and other spooky animals. Program also includes artifacts, pictures and fun facts to help learn about the animals natural history and how we can help their wild relatives! Fee: $3 per person (reservations required) For more information on activities in October, check Leisure Times online or call 561-966-6600.

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12 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70Support 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 The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL BOCA RATON -The YMCA of South Palm Beach County has announced the appointment of Marv Russell to the Board of Trustees. Also, The DeVos-Blum Family YMCA of Boynton Beach recently named Debbie Donnelly-McLay to its Board of Directors. Russell is managing partner at Marv Russell & Partners, a global leadership and human capital development-consulting group devoted to creating organizational value by maximizing individual and group performance. Donnelly-McLay is an interna tional pilot for the United Parcel Service (UPS) and has recently completed her second Masters Degree from Harvard University while she is working on a Doctorate in Education from Nova Southeastern University. We recognize how fortunate we are to have such a high caliber of board members and trustees who represent the YMCA of South Palm Beach County, said Richard W. Pollock, president & CEO, YMCA of South Palm Beach County. Marv Russell and Debbie Donnelly-McLay are two individuals who truly exemplify what we look for in those who become YMCA ambassadors from education and ca reer ambition and success, to community involvement and volunteer outreach. The YMCA of South Palm Beach County is comprised of: The Peter Blum Family YMCA of Boca Raton, The DeVos-Blum Family YMCA of Boynton Beach, The Schmidt Family YMCA Preschool at the Volen Center and YMCA@901 NCCI. For more information, visit www.ymcaspbc.org.New ocials named at Boca, Boynton YMCAs

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13 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70 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 -The Beautification Committee of Boca Raton donated two very special trees to the Boca Raton Childrens Museum to replace two trees damaged by Hurricane Wilma. Poppi Mercier, executive director of the Muse um, spoke to the member ship of the Beautification Committee in early spring and expressed the need for trees to replace the ones that had to be removed near the picnic area on the grounds. The committee immediately recommended Pitch Apple trees. These trees have been planted and are thriving in their new home at the Museum. The primary goal of the committee is to work with the city to make Boca Raton the most beautiful city in America. The committees goals include supporting programs to educate the public about tree care, landscaping and beautification of the com munity, both on private property and in public spaces. Childrens Museum receives two trees from Beautication Committee From left are JoAnn Landon, Florence Fishlock, Elba Hussey, Erika Kelly, Joan Weidenfeld, Dick Randall, Barbara Benefield and Bob Jennings. BOCA RATON With the region still suffering a water shortage, South Florida municipalities are uniting to conserve wa ter in the Wyland Living Green Fairs 2nd annual mayors challenge this South Florida mayors unite to conserve water; urge residents to join them month. Introduced by the Wyland Living Green Fair in 2009, the Mayors Challenge encourages healthy competition among South Florida cities by asking residents to commit to conserving water by taking the Wyland Founda tions Clean Water Pledge. Water conservation is a critical issue that affects each and every one of us living in South Florida, said Boca Raton Mayor Susan Whelchel. The Mayors Challenge is a fun and easy way for communities to come together to show their commitment to conserving water. We encourage all residents in the tricounty area to make their conservation pledge today and help make an immediate difference to our local environment. While a number of water restrictions remain in effect, the Mayors Challenge is an effort to get residents to think about other ways they can conserve water now and throughout the year to help our region achieve sustainability, said David Etzler, Founder, Living Green Fair. The goal of the Wyland Living Green Fair is to educate people about how they can embrace a greener, healthier lifestyle and water conservation is an important first step. Residents in the tricounty area are encouraged to make their conservation pledge at www. livinggreenfair.com and commit to a series of simple steps that can be made to reduce overall impact on the local environment. The competition runs throughout the month of October. Based upon the number of residents who make the pledge, the winning city will be recognized during a special presentation at the Wyland Living Green Fair on Saturday, November 5, at Mizner Park in Boca Raton. By participating in the Mayors Challenge, residents learn how they can change their water usage habits to save money and energy and help create a greener place in which to live. They also help their city compete for this years distinguished Mayors Challenge title. Residents of the winning city will also be eligible for free passes to the Wyland Living Green Fair. The 2011 Wyland Living Green Fair is a familyfriendly event bringing together more than 2,500 attendees to experience art, community involvement, health & wellness, and awareness about the environment. More than 2500 are expected to attend the event taking place November 5 and 6, at Mizner Park in Boca Ra ton. www.livinggreenfair. com. Founded by renowned environmental artist Robert Wyland (known simply as Wyland), The Wyland Foundation, a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization, is dedicated to promoting, protecting, and preserving the worlds ocean, waterways, and marine life. The foundation encourages environmental awareness through education programs, public arts projects, and community events. Visit www.wylandfounda tion.org Boca Raton Mayor Susan Whelchel Tractor trailer accident ties up trac on I-95 in Boca BOCA RATON Boca Raton Firefighters responded to a report of a vehicle accident involving a tractor trailer on I-95 north bound between Photos by Jay BellPalmetto Park Road and Glades Road Oct. 15. Public Information Officer Frank Correggio said that when fire crews, arrived they found that a tractor trailer and a vehicle had collided, causing a fuel leak from the trucks saddle tank. Firefighters closed down two lanes of the interstate as they began to handle the haz mat incident. Crews used a special pump to help offload the fuel from the tank and absorbent to pick up fuel on that was on the ground. About 100 gallons of diesel fuel was transferred into a waiting container and removed, said Correggio. Crews spent about two hours cleaning up the spill. Members of Florida Department of Environmental Protection and Department of Transportation were on scene to assist. 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14 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70Support 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: Can I use text messaging to provide tips to the Boca Raton Police Department? A: Yes. You can text an anonymous non-emergency tip to the Boca Raton Police by typing BRPD and the tip in the message section and send it to 274637 (CRIMES). Crime and safety questions are answered by officers from the Crime Prevention Unit. For more information, visit www.BocaPolice.com. At the Board of County Commissioners meeting on Oct. 4 Commissioner Priscilla Taylor (on behalf of Commissioner Steven Abrams) presented a proclamation declaring Oct. 20, 2011 as Lights on After-School Day in Palm Beach County. Commissioners proclaim October 20 as Lights on After School DayFrom left are School District of Palm Beach County (SDPBC) Afterschool Programming Business and Community Coordinator Elaine Cittadino, Prime Time Palm Beach County (PTPBC) Executive Director Suzette Harvey, SDPBC Safe Schools Out of School Programs Manager Olivia Rogers, Commissioner Priscilla Taylor, PTPBC Community Resource Manager Mary Swinford. BURGLARY/ THEFT FROM AUTO 10/13/2011 7:15 1060 HOLLAND DRIVE During the time period of October 6-9 unknown persons removed approximately $2,600 worth of copper tubing from four trucks belonging to the victim business, Plumbing Expert, while they parked in the business lot at 1060 Holland Drive. THEFT OF AUTO PARTS 10/13/2011 15:33 5355 TOWN CENTER ROAD Two male subjects took four tires from a vehicle parked in the garage at 5355 Town Center Road. They were driving a gold, new model, Impala. Total amount of tires w/rims about $10,000. THEFT FROM BUILDING 10/13/2011 10:39 6900 CONGRESS AVE Investigation revealed that a man, thin build around late 20`s early 30`s in age, wearing a white chef`s jacket, white T-shirt, and light gray pants entered the Calusa Veterinarian Hospital, 6900 North Congress Ave and removed several syringes and needles from an examination room. This same person entered the Valero Gas Station, 899 Clint Moore Rd, which is next door and stole a tampon out of a Tampax box. This person is captured on video at both businesses. OTHER THEFT 2011013275 10/13/2011 8:05 200 W PALMETTO PARK ROAD From 10/12/11 to 10/13/11 between 1400 and 0830 person(s) unknown removed a solar panel valued at $300 from a seven feet high post in front of the bus stop along the sidewalk at 131 W Palmetto Park Rd. The solar panel was used to run the irrigation system.BOCA RATON -Members of the Boca Raton Police Departments SWAT (Special Weapons and Tactics) Team and EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) Team executed a search warrant at 3698 NE 4th Avenue Oct. 13. As a result, two brothers were charged with theft and burglary, police said. Public Information Officer Sandra Boonenberg said one occupant, 17-year-old Anthony Sasso, told detectives he committed several residential burglaries in Boca Raton, including one that occurred October 9 at 430 NE 37th Street. During this burglary, police said, Sasso admitted he took jewelry, camera equipment, ammunition and a shotgun. Sasso told detectives he traded the shotgun for marijuana. Also, Sasso said he broke into 520 NE 35th Street on October 12. The suspect was questioned about a third burglary that occurred at 530 NE 38th Street, because jewelry from this residence was found in his house. Police said Sasso denied committing this burglary, although he admitted he may have forgotten this crime. Police said Sasso also confessed to stealing a motorcycle around September 2 at 33 East Camino Real. Anthony Sasso also admitted to committing a burglary in Jupiter with his brother Richard, in which they stole a number of firearms, including a .22 caliber rifle found during the execution of the search warrant. Detectives spoke with Richard Sasso Jr., 23, who also confessed to the burglary in Jupiter. Sasso told detectives they traded most of the firearms for marijuana. Based on Anthony Sassos confession and the evidence recovered during the search warrant, detectives arrested Anthony Sasso and charged him with armed burglary, two counts of burglary, two counts of grand theft, grand theft of a firearm, petty theft, and three counts of criminal mischief and grand theft of a motor vehicle. Richard Sasso is charged with grand theft of a firearm. This investigation is ongoing and additional charges may be forthcoming. Anyone with additional information is asked to contact Detective Rob Adams at (561) 620-6044.Boca Police arrest brothers on theft chargesThe Palm Beach County Criminal Justice Commission (CJC) was awarded a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice for the Second Chance Act Juvenile Offender Re-entry Program for Planning and Demonstration Project. The $50,000 effort began Oct. 1 and continues for one year. This planning grant will allow for the development of a comprehensive juvenile re-entry program for Palm Beach County. The CJC has had a resourceful and active Re-entry Task Force since 2008; its chairwoman is Palm Beach County Public Defender Carey Haughwout. The task forces longterm strategic plan, completed in 2009, focuses on adult re-entry. The plan addresses the necessary steps to help formerlyincarcerated adults build healthy and productive lives. The goal of the new plan is to lessen recidivism and decrease the chance Criminal Justice Commission gets grant for juvenile re-entry that youth will enter the adult system. The Second Chance Act of 2007 was passed in 2008 by the U.S. Senate and former President Bush. Funding began in 2009 under President Barack Obama. Palm Beach County was the recipient of a $750,000 Second Chance Demonstration Grant for Adults in 2010. This is the countys second award in this category. The CJC is a body of 33 members that support prevention and intervention. TheBocaRatonTribune.com Read...

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15 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70 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 25Good Germans are shown as Saviors in the NightLets Talk Life and Style BOCA RATON -Festival of the Arts BOCA, scheduled for March 7 18, 2012 at the Schmidt Family Centre for the Arts and the Count de Hoernle Amphitheater in Boca Raton, has named internationally recognized conductor Constantine Kitsopoulos music direc tor for the annual cultural extravaganza. Constantine has been an integral part of our program for the past two years the first where he led the Russian National Orchestra, said Charlie Siemon, Festival Chair, who together with Wendy Larsen, founded the Festival. We are more than honored to have him back for our sixth season as the Festivals first named music director who will help bring our program to even greater heights. Im honored to have been chosen as the Festivals first music direc tor and Im so looking forward to working with Charlie and Wendy, the guest artists, orchestra and production staff to bring the best that the arts have to offer to Boca Raton, said Kitsopoulos. The audiences that Ive encountered at the Festival the past few years have been so warm and receptive and Im looking forward to getting to know them even better in the future. Kitsopoulos has made a name for himself as a conductor whose musical experiences span the worlds of opera and symphony, conducting in such venues as Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Royal Albert Hall, as well as leading orchestras on Broadway. Kitsopoulos is in his sixth year as music direc tor of the Queens Symphony Orchestra and continues as General Director of Chatham Opera, which he founded in 2005. Kitsopoulos kicked off his 2011-12 season with a Philadelphia Orchestra debut at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center and a summer tour of Dream with Me with singing sensation Jackie Evancho at the Ravinia and Sun Valley festivals, Atlanta Symphony, Dallas Symphony and at the Omaha Holland Performing Arts Center. In addition, he makes appearances with the New Jersey, Omaha and Napa Valley symphonies and returns to Indiana University where he conducts Bolcom's A View From the Bridge. Highlights of the 2010-11 season have included debuts with the Dallas, North Carolina, Charlotte and Tucson symphonies and reengagements with Calgary Philharmonic and Baldwin-Wallace College where he conducted La Bohme. In recent seasons, Kitsopoulos debuted with the Tokyo Philharmonic in Japan and at the Festival of the Arts Boca with the Russian National Orchestra. He has also led the Baltimore, Colorado, Detroit, Houston, Milwaukee, New Jersey, Pittsburgh and San Francisco symphony orchestras, as well as the Blossom Festival Orchestra, National Arts Centre Orchestra and New York Pops Orchestra at Carnegie Hall. In the 2008-09 season, Kitsopoulos conducted Indiana University Opera Theaters The Most Happy Fella. Previous seasons operatic highlights include The Merry Widow, Gounods Faust, and Puccinis Madame Butterfly, Chatham Opera's debut of Menotti's Amahl and the Night Visitors, Hong Kong Municipal Opera Carmen, and Glucks Orfeo ed Euridice Festival of the Arts BOCA names Kitsopoulos as conductor at Alice Tully Hall. He also served as Music Director and created the orchestrations for the world premiere production of Ed Dixons Fanny Hill at the Goodspeed Opera House in Connecticut. Kitsopoulos has continued to show his ability and interest in performing new works and conducting a wide variety of genres. He conducted the Red Bull Artsehcro in a concert at Carnegie Hall featuring world premieres by Raul Yanez and Laura Karpman. Kitsopoulos has led Tony-nominated musicals A Catered Affair and Coram Boy, American Conservatory Theatre's production of Kurt Weill's Happy End, as well as shows such as Mambo Kings, Dracula, Les Misrables, and Swan Lake.Constantine Kitsopoulos bocaratontribune.combocaratontribune.com

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16 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Present this coupon and receive.... 10% O purchased ItemOne coupon per person. Expires 10/31/11 The Boca Raton Tribune B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL The Royal Palm Place Jazz Series is continuing to bring thrilling and mega-talented musicians from around the country to Boca Raton. The new season kicks off on Friday, October 28th at The Funky Biscuit (formerly named Club 303) in Royal Palm Place, with a Season Preview Show fea turing Urban Gypsy. Urban Gypsy is a cutting edge Flamenco Jazz Fusion trio that blends the beautiful and romantic sounds of the Acoustic Guitar and the Saxophone and Flute with a mix of exotic and urban grooves and melodies from around the globe. The Urban Gypsy trio's Saxophonist/Flautist, John Michalak, is a Grammy Nominated musician whose versatility and passionate playing style has allowed him to record and perform around the world with international artists, such as Julio Iglesias, Carole King, Ricky Martin, Santana, Kenny G, Engelbert Humperdink, Patti LaBelle, Jon Secada, KC and The Sunshine Band, David Lee Roth and Gloria Estefan, who John currently tours with. He has performed at such world renowned venues as The Sydney Opera House, Royal Albert Hall, The London Palladium, The Kremlin, and top venues in 39 countries. Urban Gypsy's guitarist, Islay Rodriguez, has a refined musical style that makes him in high demand throughout Florida. His repertoire covers a variety of musical genres such as Classical, Flamenco, Pop and Latin Jazz. Islay has been performing profes-Royal Palm Place Jazz Series Gearing Up For Exciting New Season sionally since age 16, and has played many of the region's top venues, including the Kravis Center in Palm Beach, various Disney Hotels and Resorts, as well as Cruise ships such as The Discovery Sun and Royal Caribbeans Voyager of the Seas. The trio's drummer and percussionist, Michael Rivero, has been performing in South Florida for nearly 20 years, has performed at major events such as Sunfest, and played with and opened for world renowned artists such as John Secada and Carlos Santana. Mike is a versa tile and passionate musician who brings exciting grooves and positive energy to every Urban Gypsy performance. Saturday, November Continued on page 17

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17 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70 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. Royal Palm Place Jazz Series continues...Continued from page 16 Continued on page 1919th, brings us Alexander Zonjic Doin The D, with special guest Jeff Lorber. Alexander Zonjics musical life is proof that ones true destiny isnt always revealed the minute a youngster picks up his first instrument. Growing up in Windsor, Ontario and excited by all the music of the British invasion, he launched his guitar dreams at age nine and was playing lead guitar in an R&B band in high school. The story goes that at age 21, when Zonjic was home on hiatus from a rock tour, a stranger on the street who had seen him play guitar offered him a flute for 50 dollars. Zonjic got it for nine. I liked how it looked in the case, Zonjic recalls. I saw mastering it as a challenge and found an immediate passion and all-encompassing desire to play it. I had the nerve to audition with it for the new University of Windsor music program and got in on a probationary basis. Thats where I started my classical training. University instructors soon recognized Zonjic as a gifted student and recruited the second flutist of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra as a teacher for their promising scholar. Upon graduation, Zonjic continued his studies under the tutelage of Ervin Monroe, principle flutist of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. During these years, Zonjic attended school during the day, worked as a rock guitarist by night and even found time to teach others how to play the flute. Over the years, Zonjic has performed with orchestras nationwide, including The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, The Windsor Symphony Orchestra, The Florida Symphony Orchestra and many others. His classical career includes collaborating on three projects with Monroe: The Classical Album (1981), The Christmasthemed Pipers Holiday (1995) and Night (1997). On the jazz side, while playing at Bakers Keyboard Lounge in Detroit, Zonjic met Bob James, who was so impressed that he asked the young flutist to join his band. The collaboration began a decades worth of international touring in the s, later leading to two recordings in the s. His Warner Brothers debut, Neon (1990), featured James, and Earl Klugh and was produced by Kirk Whalum. Zonjics 1993 follow-up, Passion, which featured vocalist Angela Bofill, was an investigation of several musical periods and styles. Other recordings in his catalog include Elegant Evening (1982), Romance with You (1984), and When Is It Real (1987). Zonjic joined Heads Up International, a division of Concord Music Group, with the 2001 release of Reach for the Sky, a mix of pop songs and original material that explored the various musical influences in his life at that time including collaborations with Kirk Whalum and Jeff Lorber. Zonjic reunited with these two old friends and many others on Seldom Blues, his 2004 release on Heads Up. Other guests and collaborators include Bob James, Angela Bofill, Earl Klugh, Peter

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18 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70Support 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 561-832-7469 kravis.org954-462-0222 browardcenter.org TICKET S FROM $19 call 305.929.7010 toll free 877.929.7010 miamicityballet.org PROGRAM I Broward C enter October 28, 29, 30 Kravis C enter December 9, 10, 11Square Dance Balanchine/Vivaldi and CorelliAfternoon of a Faun Robbins/DebussyLiturgyWheeldon/PrtIn The Upper Room Tharp/GlassEDWARD VILLE LLA FOUNDING A RTISTIC DIRE CTOR LiturgyRegular standing, even screaming ovations! Jordan Levin, The Miami Herald

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19 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70 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 Whats happening at Lake Worth Playhouse?LAKE WORTH The classic, musical spoof of 1950s sci-fi movies, Little Shop of Horrors, is playing at the Lake Worth Playhouse on Lake Avenue through Oct. 23. Matinees and evening performances are scheduled. AUDITIONS SET FOR SPELLING BEE Lake Worth Playhouse is holding open auditions for The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. They will be held October 17th and 18th. Check in at 6:30, auditions begin at 7. Please prepare 16 to 32 measures of a musical theatre song, think about the character you're auditioning for and pick an appropriate song. Please be familiar with the show (at least listen to the cast recording). Please dress in comfortable shoes to audition, a dance audition will be required, it is not a "dance show" but wear something you can move in. For more information, visit: http://www.lakeworthplayhouse.org/audition.html#spellingRoyal Palm Place Jazz Series continues...Continued from page 16 White, label-mate James Lloyd from Pieces of a Dream and many others. The hip-hop-flavored title track takes its name from the Detroit nightclub that Zonjic and a few partners opened in early 2004, but also celebrates the positive vibe thats been moving through the Motor City after decades of socio-economic struggle. On his latest release, Zonjic tips his hat to his adopted city of Detroit. Doin The D features guest appearances by saxophonist Kenny G, trumpeter Rick Braun, Special EFX guitarist Chieli Minucci, vocalist Maysa Leak and others. In addition to the many new faces, keyboardists Jeff Lorber and Bob James longtime collaborators who have appeared on previous Zonjic recordings make substantial contributions to Doin The D. Jeff Lorber is an American Grammy Awardnominated keyboardist, composer, and record producer. With a smooth sound bringing together elements of funk, R&B, rock, and electric jazz, keyboardist Jeff Lorber helped pioneer a genre of jazz fusion. Lorber started to play the piano when he was four years old and after playing in a number of R&B bands as a teen, went on to attend Berklee College of Music, where he developed his love for jazz. To date, he has recorded over a dozen solo albums, and has done extensive production and session work for other artists including Dave Koz, Eric Benet, Alexander Zonjic, Herb Alpert and Laura Branigan. Lorber and his band, the Jeff Lorber Fusion, first honed their craft in the Portland, Oregon, club scene and rapidly expanded their reach to a national and international audience via a combination of complex harmonies, unconventional time signatures and compelling rhythms. In subsequent years, Lorber dropped the term fusion from his billing as the movement evolved into what is currently known as contemporary jazz. Still, he continued to explore the innovative, improvisa tional potential of grafting other musical forms to the jazz idiom. More than three decades after his earliest recordings, Lorber has come full circle. His new recording, Now Is The Time, delves back into his early cata log and reinvents some of the most compelling compositions from the Jeff Lorber Fusion heyday. As a result, the artist has once again makes a bold statement in the evolution of jazz.Calling this set of refashioned classics Now Is The Time was no ac cident, says Lorber. The album represents a transition in the artists creative perspective one that might well be a reflection of the changes in the audiences perceptions as well. This record is a clear statement, he says. It represents a real musical shift toward something a little jazzier, and a little more exciting. The title has a very positive thrust to it, and it evokes a certain sense of being serious and taking charge. For those of you who havent had the opportunity to experience these multi-talented performers, we can promise you that you are in for a real treat.

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20 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70Support 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 r f n t b b r f ntb t t t r n nt t r rfffntbf fffrr f trtt ttrn Spa Massage151 E P almetto P ark Rd Boca Raton FL 33432561-393-3185 561-689-8999www .palmbeachluckyspa.com 1/2 Hour $ 40 00 MASSAGE GALLERY 22282 Via Naranjas Royal Palm Place Boca Raton, FL 33432Store #53 GET REAL!Signature LinePhoto by Denise Felice www.yaacovheller.com 561.347.1677 The Black Hat Dia mond Diva's enjoyed a fabulous luncheon at Le Rivage French Restaurant in Boca Raton.Hostess of the month, Flossy Keesley welcomed 24 diva's with mimosa cocktails and beautiful flowers.Celebrating their birthday's this month were Diva Leader, Charlotte Beasley, Dini Heizer who both share the same day birthday and Fran Ferrara. A fabulous lunch of Vichysoisse, Salad, Sole Meuniere, Chicken Crepes and Creme Brulee was served tothe ladies. We welcomed new member Janne Gesund this month. Next month's lunch will take place at the elegant gourmet restaurant Para diso in Lake Worth. If you are interested in joining our group email me atbobchar7@aol.comBlack Hat Dining Divas enjoy Le Rivage SPOTLIGHT Gold Fellow Grand Opening & Ribbon CuttingThis event was on October 5th, 2011 Attorney Scott Forgey and Katie Forgey with Richard Prager of the West Boca Chamber of Commerce Amos Knoll of Trimland Inc, Dr. Abby Klayman with Gold Fellow President, Steve Hansen Gold Fellow Director Vinnie Fiori with Dr. Addie Dissick and Gold Fellow Manager Yvette Engleman Dr. Addie Dissick, Amos Knoll, Elaine & Richard Prager, Gold Fellow President Steve Hansen, Director Vincent Fiori, Manager Yvette Engleman, Dr. Abby Klayman & Eduardo Borelly

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21 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70 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 Cobbler Twelve SHOE REPAIRQuality Shoe Care With...816 SE 9th Suite B, Palm Plaza Deereld Beach, LF 33441 954-426-1930We x boots, shoes, belts & leather jackets! Alterations & Designs 954-698-5198 Formerly located in Publix Plaza have moved to Palm Plaza, North West of 10th Street. SW 10th Street Hillsboro Blvd S Dixie Hwy Federal HwySE 9th Street Music For All Occasions Standard, Pop, Swing, Ballads and Rock n Roll For your next event... Contact Mark Gualtieri 561.483.7030 www.handyman-headquarters.com One Call, Well Do It All 954-345-5565 Is your Handyman Unreliable, Too Expensive, Unskilled, Unstrustworthy, Not Licensed, Uninsured? Then... Let Us Hammer Away At Your To-Do List!Licensed & Insured CBC125B185A company that you can trust No job is too big or too small! Save $20On any work over $100Not valid with other oers or prior service. Expires 10/31/11Save $50On any work over $300Not valid with other oers or prior service. Expires 10/31/11 SPOTLIGHT FAU Ribbon Cutting Jerry Fedele Frank Brogan, Mike Arts, and Neil Haynie Constance Scott, Grey Angelos, and Roy Southern Susan Whelchel and Bob Ruben Mary-Jane Saunders, Douglas Heizer and OwlieFAU ushered in a new era in its history last Friday when they ocially open the doors of its new 30,000 seat incampus stadium. Here are a few pictures from the event. More can be seen at our website: bocaratontribune.comA view from the press box during the pre-game festivities on Saturday

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22 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70Support 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 Not all Germans were Nazis in World War II. Not all Germans were anti-Semitic. A very small number of Germans risked their lives to save Jews from extermination camps. Saviors in the Night, playing at FAUs Living Room Theaters, is the story of one such family. Saviors is based on the best-selling memoirs of Marga Spiegel, played by Veronica Ferres in this Franco-German movie by Ludi Boeken. Veronica Ferres is a delicately beautiful, blond, blue-eyed woman who like the woman she portrays, does not come across as the stereotypical Jewish type. This was probably key to her survival, for Marga could move amongst the farmers and villagers of Westphalia and blend right in. For her husband Menne (Armin Rohde) it was a different matter. Menne was a horse-trader and looked the part of a Jewish entrepreneur. While Menne was popular and well-liked, his Jewishness forced him to go deep into hiding. The story begins in early 1943, as the Nazis were rounding up the last remaining Jews in Germany for death camps in the East. In the middle of the night Marga tells her young daughter Karin We have to go! Menne knew the Nazis were approaching, and in despera tion he approached a local farmer, Herr Aschoff (Martin Horn) asking if he could take in his wife and daughter. Aschoff agrees, though his wife (Margarita Broich) is fearful and his daughter Anni (Lia Hoensbroech), a loyal member of the Hitler Youth, is suspicious. Because of her physical appearance Marga obtains Aryan papers through a ruse and clutches an Iron Cross for protection. The Aschoff family is Roman Catholic, and they take their Christianity seriously. Marga is forced to disavow her husband and act like a loyal German, but there are many close calls as time wears on, eventually for two full years before the Allied liberation. Not all of Saviors is grim. There are moments of humor and good cheer and even a little romance. In short Saviors of the Night is not just another Holocaust story. It says in the Talmud He who saves a single life saves the world entire. This is an extraordinary tale of three lives saved at the risk of an entire community. Three starsGood Germans are shown as Saviors in the NightPictured are Veronica Ferres and Martin Horn This almost secret hideaway at 6299 North Federal highway in Boca Raton (561-995-1007), this neighborhood treasure serves home style food at very reasonable prices and serves up entertainment as well! We sampled their onion soup nice taste with a crown of melted cheese we loved. Todays soup of the day was a well balanced broth with carrots, parsnips and celery quite tasty and appreciated, well try the chili another time. Nine appetizers include great pork wings actually pork shanksserved with BBQ sauce, wing sauce blue cheese and celery plus beer battered onion rings crunchy yet tender rounds .They were perfect. We tried both the Caesar and house salads that were large servings with packaged dressings on the side no chance for us to comment on either. Fourteen listings of sandwiches include a delicious fish sandwich with lettuce and tomato 8 to 10 ounces of cod -broiled or fried with tartar sauce, lemon, crispy French fries or tasty cole slaw. A second sandwich was a French dipa large portion of roast beef on a hoagie roll with a rich au jus on the side, perfect for dipping! The other selection was an old-fashioned Reuben corned beef, Swiss cheese and sauerkraut on rye bread toastalso with French fries and cole slaw. All large sandwiches at very low pricing. Other sandwiches listed are hamburgers, cheeseburgers, Kielbasa, chicken breast, roast beef and prime rib, BLT, turkey club, grilled cheese and hot dogs, with or without chili +cheese! The five dinner items include a 12 ounce New York strip steak, a 12 ounce prime rib, both with salad and baked potato. There is honey based chicken and, our choices, a fried shrimp diner with well breaded shrimp, fries and cole slaw. Then a fish fry with a mountain of fried pollock filets plus fries + cole slaw. These were delicious, large portions not to be missed. Boca Bar and Grill will-in season-serve full 2 pound steamed lobsters with baked potato and cole slaw. Call in advance to reserve this fantastic treat!! Desserts are limited to an apple caramel granny and a wedge of chocolate cake nothing special here. There is a full bar with 25 chairs for service there and tables for 70 diners in the main dining room. Boca Bar and Grill is open 7 days-Monday through Saturday from 11AM to 2AM (Kitchen to 10PM), Sunday from 1PM to 9PM (Kitchen to 8:30PM). In addition to multiple TVs and full size pool tables, there are electronic games to enjoy. Live entertainment thru April 30th, includes Rob McGowens 6 piece Jazz Band on Tuesdays from 7PM to 10PM, Wednesday and Thursdays find piano music by Billy Mac, Fridays and Saturdays it is piano and vocals by Kava 8PM to closing. Here at the Boca Bar and Grill, there is very good food and very good entertainment at a warm friendly atmosphere with an informative and attentive wait staff and management. Our suggestion Go and Enjoy! Boca Bar & Grill A Local Delight of Food + Fun

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23 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70 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 Popped into Donna Pascoe Salon for the Beauty and Breast event benefiting the American Cancer Society. It was amazing! Everyone was getting glammed up for an important cause, and you could see that the new fall trends are going to be fun!! At Donna Pascoe the looks were right on target with the celebrity styles fun and fabulous and most importantly... different. This is the time of the year to make a change. So if you are thinking about a new color consider going green. No, not like Kermit, just the safe organic kind. Donna is an industry leader in the in organic beauty biz, so check out all the incredible products she has to offer! Full out color for fall Red is Right: Reds are every where and while not everyone wants to go Rihanna's shade, you can play it safer and still indulge in the brilliant hue. Copper browns, auburn shades, strawberry blondes, ginger and even touches of burgundy are all smokin' this season. The Battle of the Blondes: OK, blonde is always in style. The key is finding the right shade for you. Talk to an expert. See your options but remember it's not a lifetime commitment. Maybe you just want to find out if that fun talk is really true after all. Trend wise, buttery blond is big and is honey with lots of dimensional colors. The growing out look a la Sarah Jessica Parker works well for those who are chicly undecided, as is the more subtle ombre trend that it all over Tinsletown. Brunette Babes: Dark-haired beauties don't feel left out. Kim Kardashian's lustrous locks are the envy of millions! So if you are flirting with the dark side, remember By Kay Renz From left, Kaelyn Partenza, Donna Pascoe and Kathy Higgins at Beauty and the Breast event. Bangs Short and sassyTrendy Tresses!that the color should have dimension as well. You want some light reflection in that gorgeous mane and pay extra attention to conditioning as you want your locks to look silky. A Cut Above: The looks for the sea son are fun and versatile, feminine and easy to wear. Short cuts like the shaggy bob, punky and pixie trends are fresh and sexy. Bangs are big. I loved Donna Pascoe's Facebook page where they transformed a blonde into a brunette with bangs... stunning! The trend for bangs depends a lot on your face's framework. Your stylist will analyze your proportion and see if blunt, fringy, full or wispy is best for you! Layered lots or lightly. Layers add movement to your hair but this season no one trend dominates, all over layers, long layers and barely there layers all work depending on your hair's thickness and style. So what style will you select?

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24 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70Support 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. Oer expires 12/31/11 23269 State Rd 7, Suite 110 in West Boca Boca Raton, FL 561-487-3292Our stylists at Helenas Beauty Salon are educated about the latest advancements. We are known for our Brazilian Keratine Hair Straightening. Starting at $150.00 Helenas Beauty Salon With this coupon. NEW CLIENTS ONLY. Not valid with any other coupon or special oer.Oer Expires 10-30-11 $ 7 O$35 and up Haircut & Blow-Dry Helenas Beauty Salon With this coupon. NEW CLIENTS ONLY. Not valid with any other coupon or special oer.Oer Expires 10-30-11 $ 9 O$45 and up Hair Color & Blow-Dry Helenas Beauty Salon With this coupon. NEW CLIENTS ONLY. Not valid with any other coupon or special oer.Oer Expires 10-30-11 $ 30 OBrazilian Keratin Hair Straightening Helenas Beauty Salon With this coupon. NEW CLIENTS ONLY. Not valid with any other coupon or special oer.Oer Expires 10-30-11 $ 10 OUp to $35 Brazilian Wax Service Helenas Beauty Salon With this coupon. NEW CLIENTS ONLY. Not valid with any other coupon or special oer.Oer Expires 10-30-11 FREEEye Brow In Highlights & Low Lights

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25 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70 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. 561-488-5737Accept orders for parties. $ 9.90 www.picanhabrazil.net Have an authentic Brazilian Barbecue Have an authentic Brazilian BarbecueOne coupon per person. One coupon per person.

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26 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70Support 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...

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27 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70 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 DELRAY BEACH Delray Medical Center is welcoming new staff physicians to its medical team. The new physicians are: Michael Connor, MD, oculoplastic surgery; Jasen Gundersen, MD, family practice; Nicolette Sadees, MD, internal med icine; Christopher Senger, MD, family practice; Korey Ullrich, MD, rheumatology; Steven Licata, DO, Family Practice; Laura Newman, DPM, podiatry; Donald Powell, DPM, podiatry; Jonathan Rosman, MD, cardio/EP; Bhan matie Singh, DO, family practice; Karin Blumofe, MD, general surgery; Andrew Martin, MD, infectious diseases; Charles Raele, MD, psychiatry; Shari Robins, MD, internal medicine; Ninoutchka Dejean, MD, gynecology; Bart Gatz, MD, pain med icine; Sol Guerrero, MD, endocrinology; and James Rodriguez, DO, emergen cy medicine. We are honored to welcome these esteemed doctors to our talented medical staff at Delray Medical Center, said chief executive officer Mark Bryan. The experience and expertise that these new physicians bring to the team will help Delray Medical Center reach its goal to provide the community with a high level of quality medical care. For more than 25 years, Delray Medical Center, a 493-bed acute care hospital, has served the com munities of South Palm Beach County. It is both a community hospital and Level II Trauma Center located on a 42-acre medi cal plazaDelray Medical welcomes new doctors to sta By Skip Sheffield BOCA RATON -Aspens loss is Boca Ra tons gain. After several years of working for the Il Mulino Restaurant group, and opening their recent new branch in Aspen, Colora do, Roberto Vacca decided Colorado is not for him. Im Italian, declares the affable owner/chef of Il Piccolino, 78 S. Federal Highway, Boca Raton. I dont like cold weather. Im from Naples, Italy. Its always nice and warm there. Boca is like that too After hearing about Boca Raton from friends who live here, Roberto and his wife Leonora pulled up stakes and moved to Boca a year ago. Il Piccolino (Little Baby in Italian) is a lifelong ambition for the couple. The tiny 33-seat restaurant (eight more can be seated outside) opened last March, and Vacca is still fine-tuning the operation. We just recently installed new designer soft lights, he says. We are trying to make it as friendly, comfortable and attrac tive as possible. The restaurant business is notoriously difficult, and the field of Italian restaurants is particularly crowded. Vacca hopes to make Il Piccolino a success by following the formula adhered to by Il Mulino: serve the best and freshest food quickly and efficiently at a reasonable price. We have specials every day, says Vacca. If its not on the menu I will make it for you. These specials include a gnocchi of the day, catch of the day and fresh homemade soup. Vacca puts his signature touch on certain dishes, such as Filet of Sole Piccolino, with homemade tomato sauce and mushrooms and Grouper alla Livornese. The menu is divided into Antipasti, Salads and Soups; Pastas (only the best imported Italian), Pizza, veal, chicken and sea food Main Courses, served with homemade desserts. On a recent visit we sampled the Sole Piccolino and specially-prepared penne alla vodka, with chicken. It was among the most delicious ways of enjoying sole Ive ever experienced. My companion loved her penne alla vodka as well, and she is a tough customer. Il Piccolino also offers an ample selection of white, red and sparking From Naples, Italy to Boca Raton, Florida Italian wines. We invite everyone in the community to try us out, Vacca states. We will treat you right. We hope you will love our food and our friendly atmosphere. We bring Italy to your plate. Hours are 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. lunch and 5-10 p.m. dinner Monday-Saturday. Closed Sunday. WEST PALM BEACH -Task Force authorities conducted a recent predawn sweep in a crackdown on auto insurance fraud in Palm Beach County. The undercover investigation, named OPERATION BRAKES ON FAKES, is the culmination of a six month multi-agency effort to combat insurance fraud. The investigation is the result of a recent AntiFraud Task Force whose members include: Constitutional Tax Collector, Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office; State Attorney, 15th Judicial Circuit; Delray Beach Police Department; Florida Department of Financial Services and Florida Highway Patrol At press time, authorities had arrested and booked 19 individuals for charges including False or Fraudulent Motor Vehicle Insurance Card, Sale of Motor Vehicle with Altered Odometer, Title Fraud, Petty Theft and Fraudulent Use of Personal Identification Informa tion ($5,000.00 or more). One of the individuals arrested for False or Fraudulent Motor Vehicle Insurance Card was a juvenile. The Task Force was formed to combat a growing number of fake auto insurance cards detected by Tax Collector employees in the Delray Beach Service Center. Tax Collector Anne Gannon contacted State Attorney Michael McAuliffe to develop a coordinated response. The level of criminal activity was deemed serious and on the increase. A MultiAgency Anti-Fraud Task Force was created to investigate and charge those committing the fraud. State Attorney Michael McAuliffe stated: This alleged scam was perpetrated by those who cut corners while putting others at risk. Using fake insurance cards to register a vehicle or presenting fake information to officers when stopped undercuts the process we depend on to know who should be driving and who should not be on the road. Our coordinated law enforcement effort is just what was needed to find the alleged fraud and stop it. I applaud the partnership and coordination reflected in this operation. Tax Collector Anne Gannon stated: Law enforcement has delivered excellent fraud detection training to our employees. Our joint goal was to form an effective united front to combat this criminal activity. Forming the Task Force elevated our response and we hope this approach can serve as a model to other counties. Lt. Tim Frith, Florida Highway Patrol, added that this collaborated effort on the part of each of these agencies will impact the criminal elements that exist with auto insurance fraud. The Department of Financial Services, Division of Insurance Fraud sees the formation of this Task Force as a way to more effectively combat auto insurance fraud. Fraud like this continues to drive up auto insurance rates for honest, hard-working Floridians, said CFO Jeff Atwater, who oversees the Department of Financial Services. This is yet another battle won in the fight against fraud in Florida. My office is proud to be a part of this Anti-Fraud Task Force, and we will continue to work together to keep your hard earned money in your pocket, where it belongs.Nineteen arrested in undercover probe of auto insurance fraud in PB County

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29 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70 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 Email your Business News, promotions and acknowledgements to Chris Catoggio at: chris@bocaratontribune.com. BOCA RATON Admit Everyone How Businesses May Benefit by Hiring People with Disabilities is the topic of a seminar Friday, Oct. 28 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Palm Beach State Colleges Boca Raton campus. The event will be held in the Humanities and Technology Building (HT 103). A panel will discuss their hiring processes and the breakout sessions will provide the business owner the "how to" and mutual advantages when hiring people with disabilities. For information, contact Roselee Archer at 561-241-7987. BOCA RATON The Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce will thank its outgoing board chair John T. Mulhall of Rutherford Mulhall, P.A. and welcome incoming Chair Cheryl Budd of NCCI Holdings, Inc. at the Boca Chamber Annual Celebration Oct. 22. The celebration begins with cock tails at 6 p.m. in the Boca Raton Resort & Club's Mizner Center. Dinner will be served at 7p.m. Attire is black tie optional. For information, contact Chasity Navarro at cnavarro@bocaratonchamber.com BOCA RATON -Commercial Florida Realty Services has been engaged to lease One Park Place located at 621 NW 53rd Street in Boca Ratons Arvida Park of Commerce. One Park Place contains 237,331 feet of Class A office space. Recently renovated, One Park Place is home to GEO Group and is currently 79 percent leased. Ofer Drucker, Canpro Investments senior vice president, said he felt Canpro needed leasing expertise to push One Park Places occupancy levels into the 90 percentile. DELRAY BEACH -Genesis Community Health, a non-profit health clinic dedicated to serving residents of all economic levels, will be offering free womens exams, as part of a Community Health Fair Saturday, Nov. 5 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at Village Academy, 400 SW 12th Ave., Delray Beach. Services will include breast and gynecological exams, blood sugar and cholesterol testing (fasting required), HIV testing, blood pressure testing, PSA screenings for prostate cancer, physical exams for adults and children, dental exams and vision exams. Vaccinations for children will be provided by the Palm Beach County Health Department, and there will also be free flu vaccinations for seniors. BOCA/DEERFIELD BEACH -Christian Womens Connection Country Fair Luncheon Deer Creek Golf Club 2801 Deercreek Countryclub Blvd., Deerfield Beach Program: Country Fair Speaker: Jill Jackson Can Cinderella Marry & Live Happily Ever After with Prince Charming? Reservations a Must Margaret 954-427-8434 or Judy, 561-715-6426Barry D. Siegel, Esq., President of Barry D. Siegel, P.A, is an attorney who practices Estate Planning, Asset Protection, Elder Law, Trust AdminAventura. The Siegel Law Group, P.A. | 1200 North Federal Hwy, Suite 200, Boca Raton, FL 33432 | (855) FLA-ESTATE By Barry Siegel It seems that Charitable Remainder Trusts have been off the planning radar for awhile. Here is a case study that illustrates why they are making a comeback: After working for years to build up his company, Dave and his wife have decided that it is time to retire. Without children to take over the business, Dave has decided to sell. Fortunately, the business is attractive in the market and Dave has several buyers interested in purchasing for an amount close to $5M. Daves tax advisor, however, told him that he would pay a little over $1M in income taxes when the business sold. Dave hoped to find a way to reduce or eliminate that tax, so he called together his team of financial and legal advisors. After some discussion, Dave and his team concluded that he would be a good candidate for a special trust called a charitable remainder trust (CRT). Dave started by contributing his business interests to the trust, with the trustee of the trust completing the sale to the winning bidder. Since the CRT is considered a tax exempt entity, no tax will be due on the sale. This means that the trust would have the full $5M in sales proceeds to invest, rather than the $4M Dave would have had if he sold the business outright. Once the sale takes place, the trust will invest the sale proceeds and begin to pay an income stream to Dave for the rest of his life. Dave asked his team to design the trust to continue the income stream to his wife Linda if he died before she did. Dave and Linda really liked the idea of a steady source of cash flow. The trust was to provide them with a 5% annuity (about $250,000 per year) for the rest of both their lives. Even after paying an annual income tax on that cash flow, Dave and Linda could expect the trust to provide them with much more than the $125,000 a year that they needed to live on. In addition to the regular cash flow, the trust also provided them with the opportunity to make a charitable statement. The way the trust was designed, after Dave and Linda died, the balance of the assets in the trust would go to their favorite charity, the local Boys and Girls Club. Dave had been very involved with the club, not only as a donor but also as a coach and board member. He had seen many times the difference that the club made in the lives of young boys and girls, and he wanted to continue to help the club long after he and Linda were gone. There are several different types of charitable remainder trusts available, including charitable annuity trusts, unitrusts, flip trusts, and net income make-up trusts. Each type of trust is designed to meet a particular type of situation and circumstances. You can contribute many different types of assets to a CRT including businesses, real estate, stocks, collectibles, and even works of art. Each asset type has rules that affect tax deductibility, but there are reasons why each could make a good asset to contribute to a CRT. In this case, Dave and his wife Linda have been thrilled with the trust. It provided them with a nice tax deduction up front, tax deferral, and steady income. Maybe most importantly, it provides Dave with a meaningful to way to support the Boys and Girls Club after he's gone.Charitable Remainder Trusts Making a Comeback

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30 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Columnists The Boca Raton TribuneBy Mike Gora (Temporary Sports Columnist) By Rick Warren Editors Note: Once again, columnist Mike Gora steps away from the world of reality to visit the athletic arena as a temporary sports columnist. Edwin Pope and Luther Evans sat in the Orange Bowl press box a row in front of me that night in about 1962 as the football game between my Florida Gators and their Miami Hurricanes played out before us on the emerald green pitch. Edwin and Luther were in their prime. Luther specialized in covering the horse tracks, but could write on any subject. Edwin stayed with the major sports which, at that time, meant the Miami Hurricanes football program. The Dolphins did not exist, nor did The Heat or the Panthers. The Miami Hurricane basketball program was nothing to brag about, Gator basketball bragging rights were limited to an occasional leap of brilliance by a win here and there over the Kentucky Wildcats, or Mississippi State Maroons, SEC power houses of the day. Edwin Popes bi-weekly column in the Herald was called Adventures of a Traveling Troll, and I so much wanted to be like Pope when I grew up. I was in the press box that night in my role as the sports editor of the UF student newspaper, the Florida Alligator, then an on campus rag. I was later to play a part in getting that paper banned from the campus, but that is another story. Now, like most sports fans, I do my traveling by clicking the remote control looking for exciting moments in the featured games of the day. Especially interested in the Gators, Dolphins, and Marlins, I tolerate the Hurricanes, of my brother Bill, and loathe the Seminoles. As this is the worst of times for the states football and baseball teams, and the NBA is in the midst of attempting hari kari, I find myself watching the baseball playoffs I the absence of my own team, my heart searches for connections to others in order to establish a temporary rooting interest. It has settled on the St. Louis Cardinals in the National League and the Detroit Tigers in the American. My ties to these franchises are weak and ancient. Dave Duncan, forever the pitching coach of the St. Louis Cards, was the catcher of the Gator baseball team during my tenure in Gainesville, where I doubled as the official score keeper. The Tiger ties are a bit more recent. After all the team of Dave Dombrowski, Jim Leyland and Miguel Cabera easily become the ghosts of Marlins past. I did not settle for the Milwaukee Brewers of my wifes home town. Her team of childhood had been the Braves and her heroes the Warren Spahns and Joe Adcocks, not the Brew Crew. The trick of the great sports columnists I have followed through the years like Evans, Pope, Jim Murray of the L.A. Times, and others, was to watch a particular event or series of events and place magic moments which they have observed in their proper historical context. After all, the beat writers have written the game stories appearing the morning after the game, on the same day the column appears, or a couple of days before. The columnists have to find and convey the greater meaning of the recent event in the historical context of the sport. Such an analysis has emerged over the last few days and nights in the Detroit-Texas Series. The Teutonic plates of the history of baseball have shifted slightly, but importantly. Reggie Jackson is no longer Mr. October. Nelson Cruz, has, through his grand slam and three run walk off home runs in the last two games become Mr. October to fans of a new generation. Oh, and for the record: the Gators beat Miami in that Orange Bowl game, as quarterback Larry Libertore, a 115-pound magician, popped through the behemoths of both lines to break a long run for the win.Adventures of a Traveling TrollThere are many ways of defining success: sta tus, power, promotions, money, and many other things. But one important measure of success is impact the influence individuals have on people surrounding them, whether in the workplace, the community, or their own homes. What difference has their life had on others? Looking historically, as well as spiritually, few people have made as much of an impact with their lives as the apostle Paul, whose life and writings are presented in the Bibles New Testament. By the end of his life, Paul had been instrumental in spreading the Christian faith across the entire Roman Empire, despite traveling mostly on foot. Imagine what he might have accomplished if he hed had a jet, a cellular phone, and a fax ma chine! Even though many of us devote our lives to pursuits in the business and professional world, I believe the life of Paul offers many lessons that we could apply to our own lives. Here are keys to his successful life: SENSE OF DIRECTION: To achieve suc cess, it is important to know where you are going what your goals and objectives are. I run straight toward the goal in order to win the prize (Philippians 3:14). UNDERSTANDING: We need to be able to deal with unexpected circumstances and rise above adversity. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation (Philippians 4:12). COMMITMENT: Once we embark on an important enterprise, success requires willing ness to persevere in the face of difficulties and challenges. I consider my life worth nothing to me, if only I may finish the race and complete the task the Lord Jesus has given me (Acts 20:24). COMPASSION: Just as the apostle Paul remained sensitive to the needs of people around him, we also must strive to protect the best interests of those working with us. I may have all knowledgeand the faith to move mountainsbut if I dont have love, it does me no good (1 Corinthians 13:2-3). ENTHUSIASTIC FAITH: Successful leaders believe strongly in their mission, and their enthusiasm is contagious. I have the strength for all things through Christ who empowers me. I am ready for anything and equal to anything through Him who infuses inner strength into me (Philippians 4:13). SERVICE TO OTHERS: Self-centered leaders generally have short tenures. The leader devoted to serving others, helping them reach their goals, is the one that finds eager followers. I will be glad to spend all I have, and myself as well, in order to help you (2 Corinthians 12:15). STAYING POWER: The adage reminds us, It is not how you start, but how you finish. This certainly was true of Paul. I am hard-pressed on all sides, but Im never frustrated; Im puzzled, but never in despair; I am persecuted, but Im never deserted by God; I may be knocked down but Im never knocked out! (2 Corinthians 4:8-9). Try building these qualities into your own life and see what happens. 2011, Purpose Driven Life. All rights reserved. Adapted from a column by Dr. Rick Warren, the author of numerous 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.Seven Secrets of Success bocaratontribune.com

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32 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70Support 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 561-208-6029 "Diamond" is a 3-yearold female, Treeing Cur mix. She is a sweet and active girl who was surrendered by her owners because they did not have the means to care for her properly. She would make a great addition to any family. Her adoption fee is only $58; please ask for ID#1595094. She is available at Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control, 7100 Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach. All animals are adopted out to qualified applicants on a firstcome-first-served basis. Adopted dogs and cats come with a health care certificate, which must be used within seven days. It offers a free exam from one of the local participating veterinarians and includes health care if the animal becomes sick with a shelter related ill ness within the first seven days of the adoption. The certificate is restricted and must be used by the adopter immediately. Pet adoptions are not handled by phone. Interested parties must visit the shelter to view and interact with the adoptable pets before making a final decision about adoption. For information, call the adoption office at (561) 233-1272 during business hours, M-F 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Those living in the Boca/Delray area may call 276-1344 ext. 41272.

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33 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70 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 Western Kentucky Spoils FAUs OnCampus Football Home Opener Boca Raton, FL Western Kentucky University spoiled the Florida At lantic University football team's inaugural game at its on-campus FAU Sta dium, earning a 20-0 victory in a Sun Belt Conference game on Saturday evening in Boca Raton. Playing in front of near-capacity 29,103 fans, the Owls were unable to generate any momentum following the pre-game ceremony, which included introductions of alumni players from the past 10 years of FAU's football team and construction workers who had a hand in making the stadium possible one year to the day since the stadium groundbreaking. "The game and the stadium was a good and positive story for the university," said Howard Schnellenberger, FAU's head football coach. "It was great playing in front of a loud crowd that cheered for us until the very end. It was satisfying for everyone involved to see a game on our cam pus." The Hilltoppers scored the first points in the new facility when running back Bobby Rainey's four-yard touchdown run capped a six-play, 49-yard drive with 8:56 left in the first half. A missed extra point put the visitors on top 6-0, a lead that would be extended to 13-0 on a seven-yard scamper by quarterback Kawaun Jakes with 9:26 left in the game. The 10-play drive featured eight rushes and covered 76 yards. Rainey scored his second touchdown of the game with a one-yard run in the final minutes. The senior had a game-high 131 yards on 34 carries to pace the offensive attack, and had a two touchdown game for the second time this season. Jakes finished the game completing eight of his 15 passes for 85 yards. FAU's Alfred Morris gained 27 yards on 14 rushing attempts, while redshirt junior quarterback David Kooicompleted 10 passes for 79 yards in his first career start. Redshirt sophomore wide out DeAndre Richardson tied for game-high honors with four catches. "The way the defense played gave us a legitimate chance at winning this game," said Schnellenberger. The Owls fall to 0-6 on the season and 0-3 in con ference play. The team returns to the FAU Stadium on Saturday, October 22, at 8 p.m., when it battles Middle Tennessee State University. The game will be televised as part of the Sun Belt Network and can be seen on CSS. WKU improves to 2-4 overall and 2-1 in SBC action. Pre-game festivi ties featured the Balfour Beatty/James A. Cummings construction work ers joining FAU ROTC cadets in presenting an American flag that covered the entire length of the field. Boca Raton resident and former "American Idol" finalist Brett Loewenstern performed the national anthem. By Chad Beattie BOCA RATON, Fla. Lynn Universitys mens soccer team emerged from the rubble of a threegame losing streak to post back-to-back victories last week, including an upset win at No. 4 Rollins. Rid ing that momentum, the Fighting Knights start a three-game home stand that begins with Palm Beach Atlantic and Florida Memorial visiting the McCusker Sports Complex. Defense was the theme for the past two games as LUs back four stymied two of the Sunshine State Conferences top offense. In a 1-0 victory against Eckerd, the Blue & White defense, anchored by SSC Defensive Player of the Week Jason Sangha, allowed just three shots, of which two were on goal. The Tritons first attempt didnt come until the 41st minute of play. Lynns D played just as well at the Tars, holding Rollins without a goal for the first time this season in picking up a 2-0 victory. Harald Grachol ski picked up the scoring slack, finding the back of the net against Eckerd and Rollins, giving the Cologne, Germany, native seven goals, including five game-winners, and 15 points. Palm Beach Atlan tic (6-6-0) has had some success against the SSC this season, going 2-4 against the league with wins against Eckerd and Florida Southern. Unfortunately for the Sailfish, they have had little success against LU, posting a 0-14-0 all-time record since first meeting in 1986. Kenny Hogg has been the main cog on offense with a team-high 11 goals and 23 points while Kevin Ireland has three goals, four assists and 11 points. PBAs defense is allowing nearly two goals per game. Boasting a 9-4-1 mark, Florida Memorial takes a four-game winning streak into its match against Barry prior to traveling to Boca. Ignacio Brown has been the main offen sive force for the Lions, notching eight goals and a team-high 18 points. Marcelo Barbosa and Pablo Garcia have combined for 15 goals while Paulo Vaz has three goals and a team-high six assists.Lynn Soccer looks to ride Momentum trainPhoto By: Bob Markey II

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34 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70Support 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 r f r n t b rrrfn tb b b r f nt r f n t bb f n t b b r f b b n t b b b t b b bt b b t t b r f b t t b t b b n t b t b bb b n r t b r t b b b t b b b t b b t bb t b t b t bt t b t b b b t b t t f bt t b r b t bb b b b b t b b t t bt t t b t b t t tt b b b b t b b b b t b b b b b b b b b t b t t t bb t tbt t t bt r t bb bb t b b b b bb t r b t b t rbr b t b t b f b r t br t b fb t f nb t fn t b b rff nn tb bb tt b t t t f f f t t n b t b f b b fnf b n b r b b t b b f b b t b r r f r b rf b b fb t b b b r n b b n f f b nn r f r n t f n b f b b f b t t b f b f b f b f b b b fn r t f b f b n r bn f b f n By: Pedro Heizer Brian Shriver put the team on his back Greg Jennings style. The 4,233 Striker Likers that were at Lockhart Stadium this past Saturday to witness history will agee. Shriver is without a doubt the NASL Playoff MVP, with two of his five playoff goals coming in the decisive second leg of the NASL Semi-Finals. Its all about the team, I do whatever I can to help the team, said a humble Shriver about his terrific playoff success. Through all the criticism and all the rough play, there was one constant, and it was that we could play, continued Shriver we kept working hard and things just started to click. Shrivers first goal came in the 19th minute when Walter Restrepo provided the assist after a buildup of play that Restrepo chipped the Islanders back line as Shriver ran through onside. Shriver then chested the ball onto his left foot and finished far post. We had a little bit of a nervous second half start, Strikers coach Daryl Shore said. But we said at halftime, If they get the goal, dont panic, dont sweat it, keep your composure. We kept our composure and scored a great second goal. In the 56th minute, the Islanders were awarded with a corner. The resulting set-piece fell into the box, and a free-for-all arose. As the dust cleared, Puerto Rico winger David Foley volleyed home the ball to tie it 1-1. We knew Puerto Rico would come out and press us hard because they needed the goals, goalkeeper Matt Glaeser said. We were fortunate to come away with the win. Within three minutes, the Strikers were on the counter attack. Strikers midfielder Pecka got control of the ball and started the attack. Pecka fed Shriver through again. Shriver ran down the left, cut onto his right foot, and finished the ball far post for his eleventh of the season and fifth of the playoffs. "This feels great," Shore said. "I'm really proud of the guys tonight. They really came out and exerted a lot of energy. We got the early goal and that was important for us." The Strikers will play NCS Minnesota in the NASL Championship Series starting this Saturday in Minnesota at 8:30pm, a watch party is scheduled in Fort Lauderdale at Duffys in Fort Lauderdale starting at 8:00pm.Fort Lauderdale Strikers advance to NASL Championship Series

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38 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70Support 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 High School Football Homecoming Weekend Recap Homecomings used to be a sure fire win in a schools schedules, but with the local teams playing so inconsistent, no one knew what to expect from last weekends football games. Boca Raton experienced three different Homecoming games in two days. What should have been festive moods was kicked off by West Boca on Thursday night, while Spanish River and Boca High played on Friday. All three schools ended up losing their games, with Spanish River and Boca High losing big time at home, but that never stopped the rowdy crowd of students at each game. It might not have been the results each desired, but sure enough the homecoming spirit was in full effect this past weekend.Royal Palm Beach 17, West Boca 7The Bulls were looking to add a win at home on Thursday night, yet were unable when senior Tremane Mc Cullough of Royal Palm Beach had 195 rushing yards on 37 carriers. For West Boca, its what it didnt do. Missing on two field goals, and being stopped on a 4th and 1, all added to the troubles the Bulls had that night. The Bulls could never really get a consistent offense going, and when in the redzone, the Bulls could not punch it in, "when you play a tough team like that, you have to capitalize on that," said coach Willie Dodaro ,"we were in the red zone a couple times, and came away with nothing. Nothing." The Bulls were led by the running effort of junior Eugene Bethea who put up 101 yards. Lake Worth 47, Spanish 7 Lake Worth 47, Spanish 7After starting the season 3-0, the Sharks have now dropped 4 straight games. The Sharks defense did not show up, letting the Lake Worth Trojans score on every drive but one. The Trojans were led by their quarter back, Evan Moore who had 181 yards in the air, while rushing for another 110 yards and scoring two touchdowns. The lone touchdown for the Sharks was late in the game when Reggie Love caught a 34-yard touchdown pass from Andrew Lmmler. St. Andrew's 34, Forest Hill 7Jake Fields ran for 268 yards and two touchdowns while Sean Mooney added 130 passing yards with two TDs and a TD run as the Scots routed the Falcons at Forest Hill. Alan Oetzman had two touchdowns for the Scots and added 94 receiving yards. Boca Raton Christian 39, Berean Christian 20: Caleb Hood ran for 249 yards and five TDs and Heber Michel added 168 yards rushing and a score as the Blazers beat the Bulldogs in West Palm BeachPalm Beach Gardens 47, Boca High 10One of Palm Beachs best teams, the Gators are proving while they are being talked about so much in the area. The Gators ran all over the Bobcats, who are still trying to find an identity after firing coach Keith Byras. Roshard Burney led the Gardens attack with 225 yards on the ground and 3 TDs. The only touchdown for the Bobcats was when quarterback Kevin Anderson found Connor Rand for a touchdown.

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39 October 20 through October 26, 2011 Edition 70 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.High School Homecoming Weekend PhotosThe Boca Raton Tribune SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL Homecoming festivities kicked off Thursday night at West Boca High School, while Spanish River and Boca High played on Friday. Check out a few pictures from the Homecoming games of West Boca, Spanish River, and Boca High.Pictures by: Orlando Greenwald

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