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for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comThe Boca Raton Tribune YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR.Nearly 400,000 readers! See page 24Dr. S. Benjamin Roldan D.M.D. M.S. P.A. and Associates954.788.2388 561.488.5088 Send 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!Municipal News Business Life & Arts 17 Days til Christmas Nildson Pina reading the Boca Raton TribuneSee page 13Holiday tidings at the Greater Boca Raton Chamber Holiday Membership BreakfastSee page 27Boca Ballets production of e NutcrackerSee page 18 Widow of 2001 Boca anthrax victim gets $2.5 million settlementThank You Boca!Boca Symphonia Launched its New SeasonSee page 15 See pages 20-21

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2 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. 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: business@bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com For general information : Fax: Chris Catoggio chris@bocaratontribune.com Angelo Lima Marguax Vickers Marjorie BrandnerPhotographers:Nicole Vickers, Gabriela Heizer Barbara McCormick Klaiton SilvaMaheli Jardim Proud Member of:2010-2011 The friendly community where friends do business with neighbors. BriefsThe Boca Raton Tribune INDEXCommunity News Page 03 Municipal News Page 13 Food Review Page 22 Section B Page 15 Business Page 27 Columnists Page 31 Games Page 34 Pet Society Page 34 Sports Page 35 Hope deferred maketh the heart sick: but when the desire cometh it is a tree of life.Proverbs 13: 12 Boca Raton Police Services DepartmentTop 10 Holiday Safety Tips1. Minimize the amount of cash and the number of debit or credit cards you carry. 2. Keep gift cards close and secure. They are easily redeemable and difficult to recover once they are stolen. 3. If you are shopping with small children, have a plan in place if you are separated. Teach them to get help from a store clerk or a police officer. 4. Stay alert and avoid talking on your cell phone while walking through parking lots. 5. Do not overload yourself with packages and do not leave your purchases unattended, not even for a moment. 6. Do not make multiple trips out to your car while shopping; purchases can be easily stolen from a locked trunk. 7. Go immediately home after large purchases, such as televisions, computers, and jewelry. Criminals have been known to follow their victims to another destination and break into their car. 8. When shopping online, ensure your computer is equipped with updated security software, you are shopping on secured websites and you are only using reputable company sites. 9. After the holidays, do not advertise your gifts. Destroy the boxes and place them in a sealed opaque bag or trash can. 10. If you see something suspicious, call the police immediately. Crime and Safety Tips are provided by members of the Boca Raton Police Services Departments Crime Prevention Unit. For more information visit our website at www.BocaPolice.com or call 561-347-3938. The Boca Raton Police Services Department Wish You and Your Family a Happy and Healthy Holiday Season.FAU, Chamber announce upcoming events in Boca RatonBOCA RATON -FAUs Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters announces its upcoming events: Tuesday, December 6 through Saturday, February 11 Exhibition: Figured Spaces: Selections from the John Morrissey Collection Schmidt Gallery, FAU Boca Raton Hours: Tues Fri, 1-4 p.m.; Sat, 1-5 p.m. Free. Free Twelve artists present 40 works including paintings, drawings and photographs. Saturday, December 10, 12:30 p.m. Storytelling Cultural Feast: The Spice of Life An Indian Tapestry of Story and Dance Willow Theatre, Sugar Sand Park, Boca Raton Tickets: $25, includes lunch 561-347-3948 or www.willowtheatre.org Saturday, December 10, 6 p.m. Concert: Madrigal Dinner St. Gregorys Episcopal Church, 100 NE Mizner Blvd, Boca Raton Tickets: fauf.fau.edu/madrigal Saturday, December 17, 5 p.m. Tuba Christmas Celebration Mizner Park, Boca Raton Free 561-297-3853 Saturday, December 17, 7:30 p.m. Concert: Klezmer East Hanukkah Concert with Paul Green University Theatre, FAU Boca Raton Tickets: $10 www.fauevents.com or 1-800-564-9539 The following activities are planned by the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce:LEADS GROUP 4 at the Chamber office Friday, December 9 / 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. LEADS GROUP 5 at the Chamber Wednesday, December 14 / 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. LEADS GROUP 3 at the Chamber Wednesday, December 14 / noon to 1:00 p.m. 30th Annual Holiday Auction with a Cause Wednesday, December 14 / 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Via Mizner Golf & Country Club formerly the Country Club at Boca Raton (6200 Boca Del Mar, Boca Raton, FL 33433) Price: $25 per person A portion of the proceeds will go to Golden Bell Education Foundation and Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County. LEADS GROUP 2 at the Chamber Thursday, December 15 / 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.

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3 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77 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 ABC Construction Building, Inc.General Contracting / Designing / Building / Planning Consulting / Engineering / Surveying Your Home Remodeling Center The Rotary Club of Boca Raton West, along with the Rotary Club of Boca Raton had a very suc cessful carousel day this past Sunday at Sugar Sand Park in Boca Raton. The Rotary Clubs together raised hundreds of for the needy kids in Boca Raton for the upcoming Christmas party that will be held at the Wayne Barton Study Center. This is all thanks to you, the residents of Boca Raton. The Boca Raton Tribune had constant updates of the toy drive on their facebook and twitter accounts and their faithful readers came out in huge numbers with toys to support this amazing cause. We are very thankful for the Rotary Clubs. Their generous donations will help our event with the Wayne Barton study Center a great success this year. Said Boca Helping Hands program director, Sally Wells. This is the fifth year of the event. We had a great turnout this year but we are already planning for next year to make it bigger and better, said Douglas Heizer, the founder and chairman of the event, We had the Rotary Club Boca Raton on board this year and we hope to get all the other Boca Raton clubs involved next year. We want to thank our great friends at the City of Boca Raton, Mickey Gomes, Joe Briggs, Buddy Parks and the manager of Sugar Sand Park Tiffany Lucia, added Doug las Heizer. Next year we have big things planned, said Francisco Pessoa, president of the Rotary Club Boca Raton West, We are very happy with all the donations and support we had this year from the community. All the toys that were donated have been wrapped and will be delivered to the Wayne Barton Study Center this Sunday, December 11. Santa Claus will take a break from all the hard work hes doing up at the North Pole and pay special visit to Boca Raton this Sunday at the Wayne Barton Study Center, festivities begin at 1:00pm.Thank You Boca

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4 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77Support 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 Countess named patroness of Order of St. John; donates $100G to HomeSafeStory, photos by Barbara McCormick BOCA RATON -Members, dignitaries and friends of the Order of St. John, Knights Hospitaller (Malta) gathered recently at the Royal Palm Yacht and Country Club home of Commander Isabelle K. Paul for a ceremony and reception honoring South Florida philanthropist Dame Henrietta Countess de Hoernle. A long-time member of the Order of St. John, the Countess de Hoernle was named Patroness of The Americas Priory and the OSJ Commandery of Florida for her lifetime of charitable giving. Lt. Grand Commander Prior Ann Van Ness of New York presented the gilt-framed award. The 99 year old Countess surprised assembled guests by announcing a gift of $100,000 to be donated through her beloved OSJ Malta to HomeSafe. A Palm Beach County nonprofit organization with five locations, including one in Boca Raton, it focuses on helping victims of child abuse and domestic violence. After visiting HomeSafe in Boca Ra ton, the Countess said, I just knew that this gift would make a difference in the lives of countless young people. Dame Isabelle Paul, Commander; Dame Alyce Erickson, Hospitaller and Chevalier Bob Moore, Treasurer, joined the Countess de Hoernle on the return visit to present the $100,000 check to Boca Ratons HomeSafe CEO Matthew Ladika and COO Linda Wyckoff. A celebration luncheon followed. Headquartered in Valletta, Malta, The Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Knights Hospitaller was founded in 1048 A.D. in Jerusalem and is one of the oldest Orders of Chivalry in existence. Members dedicate themselves to serving the sick and the poor of the world and operate in more than a dozen countries. The OSJ Commandery of Florida is located in Boca Raton and is comprised of 18 knights and dames who have pledged nearly $200,000 this year to its selected charities in Palm Beach County. Seated Center: Dame Henrietta Countess de Hoernle. From left are Commander Isabelle K. Paul (OSJ Commandery of Florida, Boca Raton) and HE Prior Ann Van Ness (The Americas Priory OSJ, New York) Seated center: Dame Henrietta Countess de Hoernle. From left are Commander Isabelle K. Paul, Chevalier Bob Moore, HomeSafe Chief Operating Officer Linda Wyckoff, Dame Alyce Erickson and HomeSafe CEO Matthew Ladika. For discrimination and civil rights viola tions. the city of Boca Ra ton denies the recognition of Christmas: there will be no displays this year! Pastor Mark D. Boykin and members of the community will march and drop hundreds of creches in boca raton city hall. Pastor Mark D. Boykin will also present a resolution to the boca raton city council. Boca Raton, Florida (December 7, 2011). Pastor Mark D. Boykin, Senior Pastor of Church of All Nations in Boca Raton, will lead a procession of church members and city residents from Church of All Nations to the Boca Raton City Hall, to make a formal request that a Christmas crche be displayed publicly alongside the menorah in accordance with federal statutes requiring religious equality. Hundreds of crches are expected to be delivered to city hall. The event will take place on: THE MARCH OF THE CRECHE TUES, DEC 13, 2011 11:00 AM Leaving from Church of All Nations 1300 NW 4th Avenue, Boca Raton Florida and heading to Boca Raton City Hall (Est. arrival 12:00 noon) Just when you think the City of Boca Raton officials would join in the Christmas spirit, they have engaged in an act of insanity, said Pastor Mark D. Boykin. Since 2009, we have asked the City of Boca Raton to include a crche along side the Menorah and other holiday decorations in city buildings; this time around, however, they decided to ban Christmas altogether, continued Pastor Mark D. Boykin. According to Assistant City Manager Mike Woika, the city is banning all holiday displays in city owned buildings during Christmas. In the past city hall and the library, as well as all city owned facilities have displayed a Christmas tree, decorations, and a Menorah. Pastor Mark D. Boykin and members of the community have been asking that a nativity scene be included in their holiday decorations. Every poll and survey that has been taken overwhelmingly supports the inclusion of a crche alongside the menorah, and other holiday displays in city facilities. City Manager Leif Ahnell should be fired, added Pastor Mark D. Boykin. The City of Boca Raton officials have become intransigent and insensitive by ignoring this Christmas season, continued Pastor Boykin. Time and time again, the elected officials and administrators at the City of Boca Raton continue to discriminate against Christians, and now they are discriminating against Jews as well, added Pastor Mark D. Boykin. The March of the Crche will begin at Church of All Nations at 11:00 AM and head to the Boca Raton City Hall. They will be singing Christmas songs and will leave many of the crches at city hall. Pastor Mark D. Boykin is scheduled to present a resolution at the regularly scheduled city council meeting on Tuesday, December 13 at 6:00 PM. The proposed resolution directs the city manager to either purchase or receive donations for the Holiday/Christmas displays in all city build ings, that will include menorahs, crches, and any other holiday/Christmas decoration to be displayed along side one another. This resolution will allow any organization and/ or individual to donate holiday decorations and therefore eliminate any taxpayers cost.Pastor Mark D. Boykin calls on the Boca Raton City Council to re city manager Leif Ahnell r f n t b t ff

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5 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77 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 ACTS of Kindness Nets Donation of 36,000 Pounds of Food & ClothingSt. Andrews Estates and Edgewater Pointe Team Up to Help the NeedyBOCA RATON, FL -Nearly 15,000 seniors and employees from the family of 23 ACTS Retirement-Life Communities recently came together to help neighbors in need. More than 18 tons of food and used clothing was distributed to 20 different outreach sites in eight states. In total, 36,005 pounds of food and clothing were collected over a seven day period to help meet the needs of local shelters which have experienced significant donation declines. Collection boxes were set up at ACTS community locations in Florida, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, North Carolina and South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama as part of the companys commitment to serving the greater community in the spirit of loving-kindness. Some gave truckloads full of clothing and food, while others donated money. St. Andrews Estates and ACTS Florida Regional office collected 1,000 pounds for Boca Helping Hands while Edgewater Pointe distributed 1,800 pounds of food and 2,400 pounds of clothing to Glades Pantry in Pahokee. ACTS is a faith-based, not-for-profit corporation with a mission of serving the emotional, physical and spiritual needs of seniors. Residents must be age 62 or older, living independently. www. ACTSretirement.org From left: St Andrews resident Beryl Herbert with staffer Gail Manley From left: Edgewater co-chairs Berda Weisman & Goldie Goldstein with Glades Pantry rep St. Andrews Country Club logging on with new websiteBOCA RATON -St. Andrews Country Club is launching a new website featuring Aaron Krickstein, a nine-time ATP tour titleist and Morgan Pressel, LPGA Tour professional, as virtual online spokespersons welcoming visitors to the club. The new website and use of advanced technology and marketing fea tures further enhance the clubs brand relevance and strengthen its position as one of the premier country clubs in the U.S. St. Andrews is a leader in club communication strategy and its most recent movement into the interactive media space also includes an identity shift featuring a new icon complementing the website redesign, and a number of comprehensive, memberfocused marketing programs designed to sustain and enhance awareness and participation in club events and activities. I was seeking to utilize our combination of these two well-known celebrity athletes as a unique feature on our new website, said Joel Miller, communica tions chair of the Board of Governors of St. Andrews Country Club. Our visitors have the benefit of hearing from Morgan herself on how she learned to play golf on the courses at St. Andrews Country Club and why she now lives here and enjoys the benefits of membership when she is not touring on the LPGA circuit, Aaron, of course, is a well known tennis celebrity especially among the people who fulfill our demographic profile, Miller added. Utilizing our unique combination of Aaron Krickstein and Morgan Pressel gave us a significant edge over others in our category. The professional staff is constantly adding to the website with tourna ment results, videos, photo album slide shows and reminders about upcoming events and activities. Effective, current and consistent communica tion to our members and prospects is a top priority at St. Andrews Country Club. Our new website, combined with mobile services, allows us to effectively reach our audience through a variety of communication vehicles, explained Craig D. Martin C.C.M., St. Andrews Country Club Chief Operating Officer and General Manager. We continually strive to differentiate St. Andrews Country Club by embrac ing unique communication opportunities while maintaining our focus on visually enhancing the member experience and conveying the value of owning a residence in our community. This past summer St. Andrews connected with Clubessential, a leading provider of web-based software and technology to the private club industry to discuss the vision and objectives Martin and the clubs Board of Directors wanted to achieve. Clubessential is always pleased to work with top tier clubs like St. Andrews because they push the envelope, adopting engaging new technologies like Mobile Services that are attractive to a new generation of members, said Dr. William Ivers, CEO of Clubessential. In 2009 St. Andrews Country Club began utilizing new branding and the tagline, St. Andrews Style, both of which reflect the clubs commitment to providing its membership with the superior service, facilities and exclusive events it is rec ognized for as one of the highest ranked Platinum Clubs of America, St. Andrews Country features two 18-hole championship golf courses, including an Arnold Palmer Signature Design. The club has played host to numerous PGA golf exhibitions led by touring pros such as Phil Mickelson, Arnold Palmer, John Daly and Rocco Mediate, and is the home course to LPGA Touring Professional Morgan Pressel. bocaratontribune.combocaratontribune.com

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6 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77Support 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. e only $$$ Restaurant in Florida with $$$$$ Quality! 561-672-7553(Northeast Corner of Federal and SE 5th Street) Bring This Ad In and Get A FREE Glass of Wine! MONDAY & TUESDAYAll bottles of our ne wines at Half-PriceHAPPY HOUREveryday 4:00-7:00pmFull Bar at Half PricePlus Selected Appetizers Sunday-ThursdayYou can choose one of several appetizers plus one of several entrees and one of several desserts$32 561.672.78942800 North Federal Hwy, Suite 300 | Boca Raton, FL 33431 Full Service Salon & Spa HAIR STUDIO First Time Clients Get 10 % O when you bring this ad BETTER LIFEInternational Networking Business OpportunityFor a happier, healthier lifestyle! Lose weight and gain muscle. Bring this ad in to get a FREE Health Evaluation and a vitamin and protein shake. Call Dorival or Ivone at 754-581-3511or 954-261-0847833 West Sample Road Pompano Beach, FL 33064(In the shopping Center at Sample & Military)shopherbalife.com\betterlifenutrition

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7 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77 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.This is the time of year when we celebrate the wonderful season of Christmas and Chanukah. We buy gifts for our loved ones and our friends, we sing songs, decorate our houses, bake cookies, light candles, and the air is filled with excitement. We watch the same Christmas movies each year and enjoy any cold wave that comes our South Florida way. These are traditions and they give us the connection to our past and our present. These traditions give us a way to feel connected to each other, as our lives have become so busy, that we do not connect very much anymore. Christmas and Chanukah time is when dreams can come true. We believe at all ages that at this time of year that our families and friends can come together and we can feel loved and secure. We need to put all our energy into helping our country. This is a very serious time in our world. It is not filled with all sugar plums, honey, and sweetness. It is filled with a lot of uncertainty. Now more then ever, we need to be involved. Whether it is working directly with a local non-profit, reading with children, helping in a Nursing Home, visiting a local school to be of assistance, volunteering time, or donating money, we need to be involved. Our current situation has become volatile, what with countries fighting themselves, large economic problems and leadership problems. We see the many wonderful candidates running for public office and the ones that are running for re-election again, and we know that although only one can win in any elec tion, it is with your help, your energy, and your dedication that will help to make our countrys dreams come true. Be involved, be proud, and remember to believe. The connections that we are all looking for are additionally in the country that we love so dearly. America is the place where we can make our connections, memories, and traditions. It is imperative that we connect now to be able to keep our traditions alive for ourselves and for our children. so, this Holiday season be ready to Deck the Halls, and Jingle Bell Rock while remembering that if not for our county, we would not have these connections.The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Margi Helschien is a resident of West Boca since 1986 and is mom to 2 sons, 2 dogs, and 2 large lizzards. She is currently the Palm Beach County Vice Chair of the Republican Party. Active in the Junior League of Boca Raton, the Advisory board of the American Red Cross, and author of several childrens books. by Margi Helschien Holiday Hopes & Candy Cane DreamsTemple Beth Shira 6th Annual Yard SaleTBS 6th Annual Yard Sale Fundraiser is scheduled for December 11th. It is open to the public from 7:00a.m. to 2:00p.m.. The event is being held at the Spanish River High School. You can be a vendor or shopper. They are expecting 3,000-5,000 people and 200 great vendors. Vendor spots are still available. All the proceeds go to Temple Beth Shira religious school, and com munity programming. For info on spaces available call 561-912-1453. Help spread the word about the fundraiser yard sale.

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8 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Letters must be signed with name clearly legible along with a phone number and complete address. will be considered for publication. The Boca Raton Tribune reserves the right to edit the letters for The Boca Raton Tribune, spelling, grammar, news style, good taste and available space. Letters from the same author will not be published more often than E-mails to columnists may be used as letters to the editor.Letter Guidelines By Dale King Letters to the Editor The Boca Raton Tribune EDITORIALS/LETTERS East/West Boca Raton, FLThe Boca Raton TribuneFounded January 15, 2010 bocaratontribune.com, Publisher C.E.OC.O.O. C.M.0 Managing Editor Associate Editor D Editor Social Media : Software Engineer Dont mess with the Catholic MassI was born and raised Catholic, and continue to practice the religion As a child, I joined my parents each Sunday morning for the service. Of course, at the time, the Mass was celebrated in Latin, so I really didnt get a whole lot out of it. At times, we would go to the church in the French section of my hometown, which complicated things even more. The Mass was in Latin and the homily was in French. Thankfully, when Pope John XXIII ascended to the top spot in the liturgical hierarchy, he had the sense to call the now famous or infamous Vatican II. It made some dramatic changes in the way we practiced our faith. But most important, at least from a communications standpoint, was to allow the Mass to be said in the vernacular that is, for us Americans, in English. So, for more than 40 years, Catholics have uttered the same familiar refrain at Sunday Mass. The Lord be with you, the priest tells his congregation. And also with you, worshipers dutifully reply. But that greeting, along with prayers, the celebration of certain Masses and musical arrangements, changed on the first Sunday of Advent the start of the new liturgical year. The Catholic Church and English-speaking parishes are transitioning to a new translation of the Roman Missal, the text containing the chants and prayers used in the traditional Catholic Mass. So, on that Sunday, we got new Mass books with the changes. Now, when the priest says, The Lord be with you, pa rishioners must answer And with your spirit. It didnt work very well that first day. No one seemed to be reading the changes; they just spoke what they had been saying for four decades. I remember the conclusion of the Mass that morning. It was a mess. The priest and the deacon sort of stopped speaking, like they didnt know what to say. A muffled whisper crept through the crowd. And the priest, in his jovial way, looked to the congregation and quipped, Perfect. Other changes: Small sections of the Nicene Creed prayer have been tweaked and the accla mation Christ has died, Christ is risen, Christ will come again is gone. I really wonder if all this messing with the Mass is really necessary. Vatican II seemed to give us an understandable script and responses that were to the point. Ive always had a little trouble with the Nicene Creed, so making changes here and there did nothing but force me to pick up the book and read it. The Nicene Creed prayer formerly proclaimed Jesus is begotten, not made, one in Being with the Father. Under the new transla tion, that has switched to begotten, not made, consubstantial with the Father. Thats going to tongue-tie a few people. And the changes are scattered throughout the text of the Creed. To the layman, there seems little rhyme or reason to it. And even the priest said something about having to go to confession to a Franciscan cleric a task he apparently didnt have to do until now. I checked online for a reason to make the changes. The stories I read said the new translation is closer to the original Latin used by the church, creating a more formal, reverent service for which dioceses, priests and prayer groups have spent more than a year preparing. This forces us out of our comfort zone to meet the challenge of re-memorizing prayers and greetings that have become second-nature through the years. But as they say, youve got to do what youve got to do. Amen to that! To the editor: On behalf of Principal Mark Stenner and the Academy of Information Technology, we are proud to announce that West Boca High has attained the singular honor of earning its fourth National Career Academy Coalition (NCAC) Model Academy the Academy of Information Technology. We are the only high school in the United States to receive this prestigious distinction. Thank you for publicizing this honor Sincerely, Susan Bantang, Academy Coordinator West Boca Raton Community High School To the editor and community: The holidays are upon us and to begin with I want to articulate my most pressing thought which is, THANK YOU! Thank you for your unwavering commitment and support of Caldwell Theatre Company. This year we set an aggressive goal of raising $100,000 for our year end campaign. Amazingly we are over halfway there. But we need to reach our goal and we need your help to do it. Please do not think that your donation is too small to have any effect. It all helps in a much greater way than you can imagine. Sincerely, Clive Cholerton Artistic Director, Caldwell Theatre To the editor: South Florida Simon Malls will showcase the Tunesfor-Tots Holiday Mall Tour to raise funds for the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Southern Florida. Kids from across South Florida will sing and share a variety of popular holiday classics with shoppers in an effort to raise awareness and funds for the non-profit that grants wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions. Town Center at Boca Raton will host the program from noon to 4 p.m. on Dec. 24. Sincerely, Alina M. Viera, Production Manager, Bitner Goodman, Inc.

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9 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77 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. 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 By Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr. Just Do It, And Do It Now!Two qualities which always impressed me, since my youth, are personal initiative, and a sense of urgency in the performance of every duty. No one should be enslaved by either, but one profits most by acting with those two qualities in view, readily fulfilling the demands that each brings! Since my childhood I have been positively affected by Lord Chesterfields practical, sane advice: Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today. Even things which are easy to accomplish, tasks very simple to fulfill, can and should be tackled early on. Theres no reason, nor any need for delays because the next day arrives already loaded with new opportunities, packed with fresh challenges, and overflowing with many unexpected demands placed upon us. I have also come to appreciate ten two-letter words which convey a healthy challenge regarding personal initiative: If it is to be, it is up to me! We should never expect somebody else to fulfill what we ourselves can do for our personal benefit, bringing also genuine advantage to many more! Its true that even in attempting to do what we must, caution should always be exercised regarding its timing, and the manner in which the activity is to be tackled. Hesitancy in making and carrying out vital decisions can be a paralyzing experience that wont lead one anywhere, except into frustration. It keeps one in what has been described as the long road to nowhere. Several people are willing to respond to the challenge posed by our title above, but only in emergency situations. While that is honorable, and always imperative, human action needs not be limited only to crisis situations, but it is to be accomplished for the sake of whatever is posed before us to undertake, large or small, urgent or not! Lifes chapters cannot be postponed; they are to be recorded through the enactment of each challenge and activity that fills each new day! Punctuality is not to be limited to our commitments to people and places, but also with respect to the execution of tasks that depend on our sense of productivity. As children of God our non-negotiable, urgent responses, have to be towards Gods will on a variety of lifes issues. Do the will of God on matters you know, and gradually God Himself shall manifest new dimensions of that will for your maturing. In other words, you probably know what Gods will already is on certain questions and, by doing that diligently, you will learn new expansions of the same! Ultimately, in retrospect, you shall recognize the will of God: after ac complishing a variety of things it becomes clearer to you what His will was, and what it wasnt. More importantly, you shall also know whether or not you fulfilled it through your ac tions! While you breathe, just do it, and do it quickly, once you determine that your performance represents the design of God or, at least, it is something not contrary to it! This was written by Rick Boxx and I thought would be a terrific read for my readers. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did. Many business leaders believe a primary reason the global economy continues to struggle and has demonstrated little evidence of renewed strength is due to uncertainty. Taxes are creating a strain on everyone. Many economic indicators are unsettling. And the political landscape in much of the world is filled with unknowns. As a result, business leaders are hesitant about moving forward with new projects, hiring new staff, or engag ing in any significant activity that could put their corporate bottom lines at risk. In one respect, such cautious approaches seem warranted. Would it be wise to proceed with reckless abandon even though economic conditions do not seem favorable? In the Bibles Old Testament, the book of Proverbs endorses taking action with prudence. For instance, it says, The prudent sees danger and takes refuge, but the simple keep going and suffer for it (Proverbs 27:12). In other words, failure to recognize dangerous situations and act accordingly can lead to disastrous consequences. Yet waiting until conditions seem perfect might not be the most prudent course to take, either. By then it might be too late. As the adage reminds us, The early bird catches the worm. Sometimes the best time to launch something new is when everyone is gripped by inertia. While everyone else has become immobilized by fear of what might lie ahead, some of the great success stories in the history of business have been individuals with the courage and foresight to proceed with well-conceived ideas. So how does one tell the difference? How can you discern when it is best to be cautious and wait, and when it is best to move forward despite prevailing uncertainty? While no one can offer guarantees of success even in the most favorable economic conditions, the Bible offers some helpful guidelines worth considering. Again the book of Proverbs provides sound insight: Gather all the informa tion needed. One of the major contributors to failure is unwillingness to conduct sufficient research and prepare properly before taking action. The heart of the discerning acquires knowledge; the ears of the wise seek it out (Proverbs 18:15). Seek counsel from trusted associates. One way to get that information is consulting with friends and peers that are knowledgeable about the steps you are considering. They can provide viewpoints you might not have considered. For lack of guidance a nation falls, but many advisers make victory sure (Proverbs 11:14). Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisers they succeed (Proverbs 15:22). Proceed motivated by a desire to honor and please God. Too often plans are driven by selfish desires or prideful motivations. Those potential pitfalls can be avoided when the individuals intent is to follow the direction God reveals. In the Bibles New Testa ment, Romans 8:5 teaches, Those who live according to the sinful nature have their minds set on what that nature desires; but those who live in accordance with the Spirit have their minds set on what the Spirit desires. Prudent planning and awareness of dangers are imperative in business, yet when you truly sense that the Spirit of God is prodding you to move forward, the wisest course is to listen to Gods Spirit. The Peril And Promise Of Uncertainty

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10 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77Support 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 FAU honors outstanding leaders at 2011 Talon Awards CeremonyBOCA RATON -Florida Atlantic University recently held its annual Talon Awards ceremony as part of Homecoming 2011. Since 1997, the Talon Awards ceremony has rec ognized outstanding leaders from the community, alumni, faculty and student body constituencies. Honored that evening were Dr. Michael Friedland, dean and vice president for Medical Programs at FAU; Manuel D. Medina, chairman and CEO of Medina Capital Partners; Eric Chiang, Ph.D., associate professor of economics in the College of Business; and Megan Allore, a senior in the Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College. The Talon Awards are a wonderful University tradition, said FAU President Mary Jane Saunders. We are proud to recognize those who have provided outstanding service to FAU. It is a plea sure to join together with students, alumni, faculty, staff and friends of the University to celebrate the accomplishments of our Talon Award recipients. The recipient of the 2011 Presidents Talon Award was Dr. Michael Friedland. Friedland joined the staff of FAU in 2004 as professor and senior associate dean for biomedical science, tasked with leading the partnership between FAU and the University of Miamis Miller School of Medicine in establishing a two-year medical program. That program eventually became a four-year program, and this year, under Friedlands leadership, FAUs Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine received preliminary accreditation and welcomed its inaugural class of 64 medical students in August. This years Alumni Talon Award recipient was Manuel Medina Medina is chairman and CEO of Medina Capital Partners, an investment firm focused on funding technology companies. Previously, he served as chairman and CEO of Terremark Worldwide, Inc., which he founded in 1980 and grew from a commercial real estate company to a global technology leader. In April 2011, Verizon Communications acquired the company for $2 billion. Accepting the 2011 Faculty Talon Award was Eric Chiang, Ph.D. Since arriving at FAU in 2003, he has directed at least one international study tour each year and currently serves as the faculty advisor for the FAU Surf Club, Skimboard Club, Ultimate Frisbee Club and Omicron Delta Epsilon Economics Club. Chiang also serves as the graduate director and advisor for the masters program in economics. In 2009, he was selected by students as the FAU Distinguished Teacher of the Year. The recipient of the 2011 Student Talon Award was Megan Allore. Honored for her academic excellence and commitment to the university and community, Allore is a senior in the Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College and will receive a Bachelor of Liberal Arts and Science degree with a concentration in history in May 2012. Prior to the Talon Awards presentation, 21 FAU graduates were inducted into the Parliament of OWLs (Older, Wiser Leaders). The Universitys alumni honor society, the Parliament of OWLs recognizes outstanding alumni who are former student leaders, past presidents of the FAUNAA, distinguished alumni of the colleges and Alumni Hall of Fame members. Inductees included Mustafa Al-Bassam ; Michaele Antoine 11; Garrett Astler ; Stephanie Bishop ; Juan C. Bolivar ; Meghan Formel ; Danielle Amy Gittlin ; Alexandra Johnsen ; Cody J. Kalina ; Alysha Klein ; E. Henry Kraft ; Sameko Munroe ; Angelica Nevin ; Daniel A. Partouche ; Rochelle Popp ; Alicia Benazir Portal ; Adam Powell ; Basiyr Desmond Rodney ; Eric Salzman ; Austin Shaw ; and Hayden Trepeck Ross cites $5M in new gifts to Lynn during State of the University address BOCA RATON Lynn University President Kevin M. Ross delivered his sixth State of the University address in the Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center. He reviewed Lynns ac complishments, challenges and ambitious goals. Highlighting the speech, Ross announced that the school has received three gifts totaling $5 million to establish an endowed scholarship and to fund two significant components of the universitys HYPERLINK http://www.lynn.edu/ lynn-links/lynn-2020/ Lynn 2020 strategic plan. To date, with these gifts, we have raised over $30 million in cash and pledges for the projects outlined as priorities in Lynn 2020, Ross said. We are grateful for these wonderful friends whose generosity affirms their commitment to the mission and vision of Lynn University. Holli Rockwell of Boca Raton has established a planned gift of $3 million to establish The Herbert and Holli Rockwell Endowed Scholarship Fund. She is a long-standing supporter of Lynn University, and she has also named the Herbert and Holli Rockwell Terrace Garden at the Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center. A pledge of $1 million from Robert Sheetz, also from Boca Raton, will fund the renovation and upgrade of the universitys main entrance on Military Trail. The new entrance will include a traffic light and five lanes for better traffic flow. This is a major component of Lynns approved master plan. Also, Benjamin Olewine III, a longtime benefactor to Lynn University from Harrisburg, Pa. and Boca Raton, has pledged $1 million to create a new Potomac Road entrance and a back perimeter road which includes the reloca tion of the existing Benja min Olewine III Preserve. The preserve, home to Florida scrub, will provide a living laboratory for the study of this imperiled ecosystem, including seven animals and 40 plants listed as rare, threatened or endangered. He has also funded the Olewine Culinary Laboratory as well as the Olewine Entrance Garden at the Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center. Each of these gifts moves us closer to fulfilling our vision to be recog nized as one of the most innovative, international and individualized small universities in America, Ross said. Among the many suc cesses announced, Ross highlighted Lynns HY PERLINK http://www. lynn.edu/about-lynn/ news-and-events/news/ lynns-new-student-en rollment-for-the-fall-se mester-is-officially-thelargest-in-four-years increased enrollment and welcomed the universitys largest class in four years. He emphasized that this goal was accomplished with the help of the entire Lynn community. The 538 new day undergraduate students this fall semester come from 36 countries, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Washington D.C. and 36 states This enrollment number is 18 percent higher than last year, said Ross. Last year, Admission set a goal for new student enrollment of 525, which they not only met but exceeded. Ross focused on Lynns devotion to maintaining affordable education when he said, We are proud to be keeping our HY PERLINK http://www. lynn.edu/about-lynn/ news-and-events/news/ lynn-keeps-tuition-ratein-check-during-an-eraof-substantial-tuitionincreases tuition rate increase well below the national average for the fifth consecutive year. In addition, Ross said that in five years, Lynn has completed one-third of its goals outlined in Lynn 2020 including: eight new endowed scholarships, the complete restructuring of its core curriculum and the subsequent launch of the Dialogues of Learning, which includes the January term, and the completion of the Perper Plaza, the Perper Tennis Complex and the Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center, among others. This past summer, the construction began on the https://our.lynn.edu/ remembranceplaza Remembrance Plaza which will honor the lost but never forgotten members of Lynns community professors Patrick Hartwick and Richard Bruno and students, Stephanie Crispinelli, Britney Gengel, Christine Gianacaci and Courtney Hayes. They were killed in the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti. This plaza will be a place for reflection, remembrance and inspira tion, Ross said. We are planning to hold a dedica tion during this spring semester.

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11 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77 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 JARC Photo Team hones skills during Palm Beach Zoo visitBOCA RATON Jewish Association for Residential Care (JARC) clients from the 1st and 2nd photo class ventured to the Palm Beach Zoo Nov. 13 in pursuit of the perfect shot while having some old fashioned fun. Beginning in June of 2011, community leader, local attorney and Boca Raton Tribune columnist Michael Gora of Shapiro Blasi Wasserman & Gora, P.A., began interactive photography instruction with a small group of eager JARC clients. The first session was such a success that Gora volunteered his time for a 2nd class which completed its work in October. Students learned the ba sics of photography such as how to work with digital cameras, all of which have been generously donated. Each week the clients learned beginner techniques and shot pictures with a specific focus, all creatively directed by Gora. As a graduation celebration, nine photo enthusiast clients toured the zoo with Gora. The photo journalists watched a flying bird show and shot photos in and around the zoo to culminate instruction. The group completed the fun-filled day with a celebratory lunch at the zoo caf. Over the summer my students have taken some exceptional photographs. We will be looking for an appropriate venue for a show of their work. I cant wait to see their zoo shots said Gora. Due to its popularity and great volunteer instructor, there is already a waiting list of clients who want to participate in the third session scheduled for spring 2012. Gora will be honored as Volunteer of the Year at the 26th Anniversary JARC Gala to be held March 11, 2012 at Boca West Country Club. For more information on JARCs 26th Anniversary Gala or the programs of JARC Florida, visit www.jarcfl.org. The Jewish Associa tion for Residential Care (JARC) is a nonsectarian organization which provides group homes, apartments and vocational training for adults with development disabilities. JARC Photo Club with Coach Michael GoraWXEL/PBS Kids launches Holiday Book DriveBOYNTON BEACH -In the traditional spirit of giving, the 14th Annual WXELTV/ PBS KIDS Holiday Book Drive launched Nov. 28 and will continue through Friday, Dec. 30. The drive benefits the WXEL PBS KIDS/ Ready To Learn service ---the early childhood educational project which is public televisions contribution toward the nations most urgent educational goal: preparing children for success in school, particularly in reading skills, through the reach of public broadcasting. WXELs Education Specialist, Samantha Conde, trains parents and educators to prepare at-risk children in literacy skills development. This facilitation process is based on the awardwinning educational and violence-free PBS KIDS/ Ready To Learn television programming. The specialist regularly distributes new childrens books free to designated sites in the community. The annual holiday book drive will allow WXEL to distribute hundreds of additional new and used childrens books to parents and educators of at-risk children ages 2 8. The books collected during this holiday drive will be distributed by the WXEL Education Specialist at sites throughout the community through January 2012. This years main sponsor continues to show its generous support: The Gold Coast and the Trea sure Coast chapters of the Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals. WXEL TV also announces that the Hispanic Leads Group of the Greater Boynton Beach Chamber of Commerce has joined as a sponsor for the first time. Additional sponsors which will serve as col lection sites for this years book drive include the following: Plastridge Insurance Agency in Delray Beach at 820 N. Federal Highway and all locations of Hoffmans Chocolate, including in the Shops at Boca Center, 5250 Town Center Circle, Suite 135, Boca Raton. WXELs studios at 3401 S. Congress Avenue, Boynton Beach will be a collection site Monday Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, contact the WXEL Community Affairs Department at 561-737-8000 x 4406 or send a message to Samantha Conde at mailto:education@wxel. org education@wxel.org. BOCA RATON Both Sesame Street, the iconic childrens television series, and the Career Academy Model, have two important things in common. They both debuted 42 years ago, Sesame Street in New York City and the Career Academy Model in Philadelphia, Pa., and they both adhere to the motto, Cooperation Makes It Happen! President Angie Grasberger of the National Career Academy Coalition (NCAC), the prestigious reviewing body for academy programs, has announced that West Boca Raton Community High School has earned an unprecedented 4th National Model through an intensive evaluation of the Academy of Information Technology. In 2007, West Boca High was awarded its first model, the Academy of Culinary Arts; in 2009, the school earned its second model, the Academy of Medical Sciences; and in 2010, it achieved its third model, the Academy of Drafting and Design. Principal Mark L. Stenner said cooperation is the key word. The dynamic relationships between students, faculty, staff, business partners, and higher education officials are the secret to academy success. A special thank you to Academy Coordinator Susan Bantang who was responsible for coordinating all four of the academy reviews. The following members of the Information Technology Academy Team worked together to earn the National Model status: School Board President Frank Barbieri, Director of Choice & Career Options Barbara Terembes, Assistant Principals Jack Clutter, Lynne Weissing, Arturo Bicknell, Luke Owens and Lyle Agnew. Information Technology Chairperson Robert Bantang and IT Instruc tors Breyn Fish, Mark Graulich, Adam Romer and Debbie Corona prepared interdisciplinary lessons with their cohort, Social Studies instructors Charles Tolliver and Joseph Delise, and English instructors Dayami Escobar, Allison Jaffe, Pam McDonnough and Krista Hierholzer. The Academy of Culinary Arts and the Academy of Drafting and Design met the Information Technology Academys hospitality and printing needs. The schools support staff led by Guidance Coordinator John Cunningham, ESE Coordinator Debbie Ganguzza and Office Manager Rita Barbieri provided professional assistance. IT Academy students Justin Block, Derek Da vis, Alex Kalter, John OConnor, Alec Solaski, Lauren Guili, Courtney King, Gabriel Franco, and Alana OBrien did an excellent job representing their Academy during the review process. The schools Community Academy Advisory Board (CAAB) is comprised of members of both the business and higher education community. Senior Vice President of U.S. Trust and CAAB Chairman J.C. Perrin, FAU Athletics Representative and Vice Chairman Brenda Coto, Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce President Troy McLellan, 3CInterative CEO John Duffy, Aplicor CEO Scott Creighton, Citibank Vice President Katherine Van Brocklin, Johnson & Wales University Direc tor of Community Rela tions Barbara Weiss, and IT Alumnus Andrew Perrin provided NCAC with testimonials to support the groups involvement in securing work-based learning experiences for the IT Academy students. Unprecedented fourth Academy Model added at West Boca High

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13 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77 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 Widow of 2001 Boca anthrax victim gets $2.5 million settlementBOCA RATON The widow of the late Robert Stevens, who died from anthrax that was mailed to the American Media Building in Boca Raton in October 2001, has apparently agreed to accept a $2.5 million settlement with the U.S. government in connection with her husbands death. The Associated Press said it has obtained a document showing that Maureen Stevens of Lantana will drop all claims stemming from the death of her husband. The doc ument also says the U.S. is not admitting fault, ac cording to the AP. The money will be paid to her and her family. A document obtained by the AP said Mrs. Stevens filed the lawsuit in 2003, claiming the government was negligent because it failed to stop someone at the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases at Fort Detrick, Md., from creating weapons-grade anthrax used in letters that killed her husband and four other people and sickened 17 more, including Ernesto Blanco of Miami, another employee at American Media Inc. Stevens was photo editor for the Sun tabloid, one of a half-dozen tabloids published by American Media Inc. He died Oct. 5, 2001, after being exposed to an anthraxlaced letter. This began a series of anthrax attacks at media, post offices and politicians offices in Washing ton, New York and New Jersey. Traces of anthrax were also found at two post offices in Boca Raton. After a lengthy investigation, the FBI concluded that a government scientist, Dr. Bruce Ivins, was solely responsible for the attacks. Ivins, however, committed suicide in 2008, leaving lingering doubts about his culpability. Lawsuits filed by other victims have been dismissed, although at least one is on appeal, the AP reported. Maureen Stevens, widow of anthrax victim Robert StevensPhoto by news.bbc.co.ukAbrams opines on county budget for scal 2011-2012 By Steven L. Abrams County Commissioner, District 4 The Board of County Commissioners recently adopted our current fiscal years budget and came closer this year to holding the line on taxes. Two other commissioners joined me in opposing raising this years county tax rate from $4.75 per $1,000 to $4.78 per $1,000. Though the increase may seem like a small amount, it comes on the heels of the past two years where the Board raised the county tax rate by nearly 25 percent. I didnt vote for those budgets, but this year I felt strongly that with such a small difference, we should find a way to close the gap and send a signal that we feel the pain our residents have been experiencing during this prolonged economic downturn. Even though the Board successfully achieved over $40 million in spending cuts to meet a budget shortfall, I suggested an alternative, but the Board could not reach a consensus and reinstated all rec ommended cuts, including a proposed $5 million reduction from the Sheriffs $467 million portion of the countys $4 billion budget. Instead, the budget was balanced with cuts from the road and bridge repair program. The countys road system, which is welltraveled and aging, is in need of constant maintenance, and failing to regularly make the necessary repairs is a potential safety hazard. Yet funds were restored for projects such as the Lake Worth Street Painting Festival. I just hope they dont hold the festival on a county street because it may be full of pot holes! One unexpected but welcome budget cut is no longer having to pay over $100,000 for security at the vacant Mecca Farms site. I had raised this absurd expenditure at a BCC meeting several weeks ago, and the Sheriff told us his officers could patrol the land free of charge. Actually, that undeveloped wilderness might be a good place to put criminals. The dilemma we face in funding county programs is that the poor economy has increased the demand for numerous services. We require more code enforcement as abandoned properties go into disrepair, and social service agencies are reporting a significant rise in the number of people seeking shelter, food and health care. The county library system reports an almost 50 percent increase in library use, including computers and Internet, which people use to find jobs. Even Animal Care and Control is busier, as sadly, people have to abandon their pets. In these challenging times, nearly every household, business and community in our country has had difficult decisions to make. As I keep this in mind, I remain committed to finding solutions to decrease spending while providing more efficient and innovative ways of improving services. I welcome your comments and sug gestions as we face future challenges together. Please contact me if I can be of assistance at mailto:sabrams@pbcgov. org sabrams@pbcgov.org or in my office at 561-3552204 (West Palm Beach) or 561-276-1220 (Delray Beach). Also, please visit my website at www.pbcgov. com for updates and links to county divisions and other governmental agencies. Black Friday burglar arrested BOCA RATON A suspect who allegedly went shopping on Black Friday using a stolen credit card was arrested after he reportedly used the card at a CVS and a Dunkin Donuts, police said. Detectives located the suspect, Jeffrey Innocent, 21, of Boca Raton, outside of his apartment and arrested him after a brief struggle. He was charged with burglary to an occupied dwelling, credit card fraud, and resisting with violence. According to police, a woman who had been shopping early on Friday, Nov. 25, awoke at 7 a.m. to discover her purchases, a purse and two bicycles stolen. She told police she went shopping at 3 a.m. and fell asleep later without locking her sliding door. When she cancelled the card, she was told it had been used at a CVS and a Dunkin Donuts. Detec tives viewed surveillance video from the two loca tions saw the same male on both. On Monday, Nov. 28, detectives arrested Innocent. Police said he told them he had received the credit cards from a neighbor. But the officers located the victims purse and bicycle inside Innocents apartment. Innocent said he bought the purse from another neighbor and he was holding the bicycle for a friend, police said.

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14 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77Support 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: I have seen some good deals on gift cards offered over the Internet. Is it safe to purchase them. A: Be careful when purchasing gift cards over the Internet. Gift cards purchased through auction sites or classified ads could be fraudulent, causing you to lose your money or purchases. If you are going to purchase gift cards, it is safest to purchase gift cards directly from the merchant or retail store. Crime and safety questions are answered by officers from the Crime Prevention Unit. For more information, visit www.BocaPolice.com .Animal Care & Control temporarily closes after-hours kennelPalm Beach County Animal Care & Control has temporarily closed its after-hours kennel due to an increased number of cats and kittens being brought to the shelter with panleukopenia, officials said. The kennel, located in the front parking lot of the facility, has provided a place for lost and found pets to be left when the shelter is closed. The after-hours drop will be shut down until further notice. Officials said panleukopenia is a highly infectious viral disease in cats. Clinical signs include diarrhea, vomiting, lethargy and fever, all of which can quickly lead to death. Inevitably, panleukopenia has been introduced into the shelter from infected animals being brought to the facility. It is important to keep your pets up-to-date on all nec essary vaccinations to protect them against devastating diseases. The shelter will continue to accept stray and unwanted pets during reg ular business hours: Monday Friday, 11 a.m. 6 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. 5 p.m. and Sunday, 1-4 p.m. Animal Care & Control is located at 7100 Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach. For more information, visit www.pbcgov. com/animal or call 561233-1200.Palm Beach County attorney announces candidacy for judges seatJaimie Goodman, a resident of Jupiter with a law practice based in downtown West Palm Beach has announced his candidacy for Palm Beach County Circuit Court Judge, Group 9. Goodman, a civil rights and discrimination lawyer, has more than 25 years of legal experience in both Michigan and Florida. The Cornell Law School graduate has worked in employment litigation for a Fortune 500 company and as a practicing courtroom attorney, covering such areas as age discrimination and sexual harassment, retaliatory discharge cases, disability discrimination and occupational safety and health matters. He is a member of the Palm Beach County Bar Association, The Florida Bar, The American Bar Association and the Na tional Employment Lawyers Association. He is admitted to the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida, U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth and Eleventh Circuits and the U.S. Supreme Court. In addition, Goodman is active with such civic organizations as The Forum Club of the Palm Beaches, Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches, Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce, North County Chamber of Commerce, Rotary Club of West Palm Beach, League of Women Voters of Palm Beach County, Leadership Palm Beach County Class of 2012 and the Arthur R. Marshall Foundation. When the bough breaks, the burglar will fall BOCA RATON -Boca Raton Police just had to look up to find a suspect in a recent burglary. A Boca Raton K-9 officer was among those searching for the suspect when his dog tracked to a large tree. When officers illuminated the tree with their flashlights, they observed a male, whom they recognized as Cameron Ahern. The suspect, 22, of Boca Raton, was charged with burglary to a vehicle and loitering and prowling. Officers responded to a report of a burglary at 118 Sea Island Terrance Nov. 28. A witness told officers he saw a male inside his neighbors car. Police said the witness yelled at the suspect who jumped on a bicycle and rode away. The victim told officers his car had been rifled, but only some loose change was taken. Several minutes later, another victim at 2772 NW 26th Street called police when he saw a male crouching down next to his car. The victim yelled at the suspect who screamed and rode off on his bicycle, police said. Officers searched the area and saw a male run across Jog Road and cross through a hedge-line around Boca West County Club. Police found him on the country club property, said the report.Woman found guilty of vehicular homicide in crash that killed two BOCA RATON A Palm Beach County jury has convicted a motorist of two counts of vehicular homicide stemming from an accident May 21, 2010 that killed two, said a news release from the Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office. Angela L. Stracar, 26, was immediately remanded into the custody of the Palm Beach County Jail, without incident, awaiting sentencing, the release said. The jury was unable to reach a unanimous decision on two counts of DUI manslaughter, the Sheriffs Office stated. Odette Kane, 51, and her father Robert Kane, 79, were returning home in their Cadillac when they were struck by Stracars SUV about 6:30 p.m. on May 21, 2010. They died at the intersection of Pointe Royale Drive and Cain Boulevard, at the entrance to the Boca Isles South development, the accident report said. BURGLARY TO RESIDENCE 11/29/2011 12:31 266 NW 20TH AVE Resident received a phone call from his neighbor stating that the alarm in his residence had gone off. Police were called. The residence was burglarized while the victim and his wife were at work. Jewelry was taken from the master bedroom. SHOPLIFTING/ RETAIL THEFT 11/29/2011 11:10 7431 N FEDERAL HWY On 11-29-11 manager of Publix reported a shoplift at 7431 N Federal Highway at 1109 hours. He said the suspect was a male about 5`10 to 6` tall, about 155 lbs, with dark hair, short hair (buzzed) with side burns and sunglasses on top of his head. He was wearing flip-flops, black jean shorts and a black t-shirt. Suspect stole about $27 in merchandise. BURGLARY/ THEFT FROM AUTO 11/29/2011 19:57 4855 TECHNOLOGY WAY Unknown suspect(s) smashed out the front passenger window of a 2D 2000 Mercury. Stolen was a Tommy Hilfiger bag, Louis Vuitton wallet, miscellaneous cards, clothing and vitamins all valued at approximately $800. OTHER THEFT 11/29/2011 18:37 7620 E COUNTRY CLUB BLVD Victim reported that between 11-10-2011 and 11-182011 someone stole numerous items from her home valued at approximately $65,000. SHOPLIFTING/RETAIL THEFT 11/28/2011 5820 W. GLADES ROAD Elizabeth Morrell, 21, was arrested for retail theft after investigation revealed she attempted to steal clothing from Nordstrom. The total value was $247. Police said Elizabeth was in possession of heroin and other drug paraphernalia. She was transported to the Palm Beach County jail for final disposition.

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15 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77 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 & ARTSSECTIONBoca Symphonia Launches Seventh Season Sunday Boca Raton Philharmonic Symphonia orchestra begins its lucky seventh season at 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 4 at the beautiful Roberts Theatre on the campus of Pine Crest School. Famed French pianist-conductor Philippe Entremont returns to the podium, and for the first time he will be working with rising star violinist Tim Fain. Fains showpiece will be Prokofievs Violin Concerto No. 2 in G minor, op. 63, played on his beloved 1717-vintage Francesco Gobetti violin. Also on the program will be Mozarts Serennata Notturna K. 239 and Schuberts Symphony No. 2 in B-flat minor. I really love this Prokofiev piece, said Fain by telephone. It really refers to Ravels Romeo and Juliet ballet. Its exciting and passionate and the chords can rip your heart out in a good way. Fains home base is now New York City, but he is still a California boy at heart. With his matinee idol good looks he could have enjoyed a career in film. In fact he was in several films as a youngster, and most recently he collaborated with choreogra pher Benjamin Millepied on the film Black Swan. Being young and so dashingly handsome does not hurt the box office. However, music is Fains passion and devotion. He has performed sing childhood, first as pianist and singer, then falling in love with the possibilities of the violin. There are actually many classical music opportunities and fine teachers in Hollywood, explains the Santa Monica native. Jascha Heifetz moved out here and lived in Beverly Hills. I never had the honor of meeting him, but his influence is still felt. Heifetz is considered by many the most gifted violinist in musical history. Fain enjoyed the typical outdoor activities of California kids: surfing, hiking, mountain-biking and so forth. Unlike most kids he was serious, focused and dedicated from a very young age. I enjoyed all the ac tivities of a normal kid, he explains. My life could have gone in a different direction. I played piano until age 13, when I began violin. I had an excellent teacher. When my career got really serious I felt I needed to be on the East Coast. I still enjoy visiting California. Fain studied with Eduard Schmeider in Los Angeles, Victor Danchenko at Curtis Institute in Phila delphia and Robert Mann at Julliard in New York City. He is involved in a collaborative multi-media project, Portals, with American composer Philip Glass, Canadian poet Lenard Cohen and French choreographer Benjamin Millepied. Fain is excited to be making his Boca Raton debut and working for the first time with Philippe Entremont. I enjoy working with different artists, such as Philip Glass and Leonard Cohen, and Philippe Entremont is one of the best, he declares. Standing onstage there are so many ways to invite an audience to share in the experience. My vibe onstage combined with sound and energy makes me, I think, a very communicative player. Tickets are $35 and $62.50. Call 561-376-3848 or go to www.bocasymphonia.org. For Portals go to www.portalsproject. com. See page 22 See page 23Into the Abyss is a Documentary on Death

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18 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77Support 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 bocaratontribune.comSPOTLIGHT BOCA RATON Boca Ballet Theatre presented the seasonal favorite, The Nutcracker, Nov. 25, 26 and 27 at the Olympic Heights Performing Arts Theater. This holiday classic tells the story of Claras Christmas dream which unfolds as the Nutcracker, Prince, Mouse King and Sugar Plum Fairy all come to life in the sparkle of co-Artistic Director Dan Guins artistic vision. Featured performers were Sarah Smith and Roddy Doble from the American Ballet Theatre. Smith portrayed the Sugar Plum Fairy while Doble was her cavalier. The performances were sponsored by Marleen Forkas in memory of her late husband, Harold. In the ballet, Forkas portrayed the Great Grande Dame.Scenes from Boca Ballets production of The Nutcracker bocaratontribune.com

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19 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77 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. FindHomesInBocaRaton.com$249,900 Sale Pending Boca Towers at A1A -Intracoastal $325,000Mizner Court 2bd/2bh Lake of Boca ViewsHighland TowersDirect Ocean ViewsUnit 202 2bd/2bh $340,000 Unit 405 1bd/1bh $200,000 Unit 503 2bd/2bh $315,000FindHomesInBocaBocaRaton.comLuxury Estate Homes & Condo Sergio Lucena: 561 654 6262 International Expertise Multilingual2424 N. Federal Hwy suite 318 Boca Raton FL 33431 Updated condo with great view of Intracoastal water way. A deeded gated beach access just steps away. The entire building has been totally remodeled from the roof down. Luxurious living on The Boca Raton Resort grounds! Special terracelevel location walk right down to pool and intracoastal. **French doors from most rooms opening to two seperate patios, Prime eastern exposure and Small pet OK.

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20 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77Support 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 SPOTLIGHT r f n t b b r f ntb t t t r n nt t r rfffntbf fffrr f trt t ttrn Music For All Occasions Standard, Pop, Swing, Ballads and Rock n Roll For your next event... Contact Mark Gualtieri 561.483.7030 SpaMassage151 E P almetto P ark Rd Boca Raton FL 33432561-393-3185 561-689-8999www .palmbeachluckyspa.com 1/2 Hour $ 40 00 MASSAGE Diva Design Specialist Consignment: For the Divo: clothing (size 32-44) suits, pants, shirts and tuxedos For the Diva: clothing (size 00-14) for the fuller Diva: 4 racks of size 16-32 to include a gorgeous selection of holiday glamour wear For the Divas family: clothing (and uniforms), young teens, formal and of course the everday: housewares, chatchkas, knick-knacks, bedding, jewelry, shoes and accessories Men: 100% silk shirts on sale for $95.00 with this ad (normally $106-160.00) Men: designer 100% silk ties vintage and contemporary $ 25.00 with this ad (usually $38$60) (except for vintage Pierre Cardin and hand made italian silk. They are $41.00 each) $5any purchase of $20 or moreDiva On A DollarWith this coupon. Coupon cannot be combined with any other oer. Oer expires 12/31/11Diva On A Dollar consignment(1 block west of Dixie in Plum Park Plaza) 5th annual Carousel Day Toy Drive Dario Isreal setting up Lea Barbieri and Mary Kelly Owners of Vitality dropping off toys Shirley Lira accepting donations

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21 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77 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.SPOTLIGHT The Boca Raton Tribune B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL Constance Scott and Carlos Barbieri Carrousel worker Erica Simmons Steve Lane, his friend, and Francisco Pessoa donating toys Gabriela Heizer and Shirley Lira accepting donations John & Marianne Mirrione Marco Dombrowski cooking the food Rotarians at work Serving the food with love5th annual Carousel Day Toy Drive 15% O Entire bill with this ad. Expires 12/15/11Mon-Fri Lunch 11:30-3:00pm Mon-Sun Dinner 4:00-10:00pm6020 North Federal Highway Boca Raton, FL 33487 561-998-3388 Chinese Restaurant

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22 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77Support 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 By Marc Kent Answers to Nothing is as vapid and vacuous as its title and setting. Written and directed by Matthew Leutwyler, Answers to Nothing explores the slea zy lives of sleazy characters in the sleazy City of Los Angeles. All right, not all of the characters are sleazy. One of them is a guy in a wheelchair preparing for the LA Marathon. Another is a cop grieving over the death of his wife. For the record the cast includes Dane Cook, Elizabeth Mitchell, Julie Benz and Barbara Hershey. Into the Abyss is a Documentary on Death More people are executed in Texas than any other state in the union. Not surprisingly, German filmmaker Werner Herzog set his death penalty documentary, Into the Abyss, in Conroe, Texas. The first person we meet is the prison chaplain, Rev. Richard Lopez. Why does God allow capital punishment, he wonders out loud. Life is precious. Apparently life isnt very precious in the dusty, run-down town of Conroe. Ten years previously two teenage hoodlums talked their way into a womans home and then brutally killed her just to steal her red Camaro. They later return and killed the womans teenage son. Now 26, Michael James Perry has been on death row for ten years. His ac complice, Jason Burkett, plea-bargained for a lesser life sentence. Perry has reached the end of the line. He will be executed Scene from Into the Abyss by lethal injection in one week. Like many who are fac ing the final curtain, Perry has found religion. He is contrite about what he has done and resigned to his fate. He is even curiously cheerful. In painstaking detail Herzog reconstructs the events of that terrible night by interviewing witnesses, survivors and family members. Again it comes as no surprise that both Perrys father and his brother have done jail time. His father is in for life. Herzog makes no moral judgments other than to say he doesnt think it is right for the state to take away the life of a human being. I dont believe Into the Abyss will change anyones mind about capital punishment, but it does help one understand how horribly wrong a young life can go, and the damage and pain it inflicts on anyone it touches. The only thing I know for certain is that I am really glad I dont live in Texas. If ever there were a Chamber of Commerce nightmare, this is it. Three starsAnswers to Nothing is Nothing Much Dane Clark and Elizabeth Mitchell in Answers to NothingSpicy Ginger Asian Cuisine and a bit more!While open only a month, Chef/Owner Tommy Wang brings years of experience with his highly successful restaurants in Palm Beach and the North. Featuring Asian appetizers and entrees in addition to American entrees and traditional Chinese food, Spicy Ginger appeals to a cross section of tastes. From the 17 listings of appetizers, we chose to sample a hot crispy veggie spring roll and a cold Vietnamese spring roll both fine choices with their special fillings. The crab meat wontons were superb pillows of fine taste as were the steamed chicken dumplings. The seared crab cake was so-so with a flat flavor and needs a re-thinking. We had salt and pepper calamari, tasty with or without its dipping sauce and a fine texture throughout. Their wonton soup was a nice, gentle broth with greens and shards of white meat chicken a fine touch. A great hot and sour soup that was not too spicy but chock full of diced veggies was a winner! Two other soups are available well try next time. All Asian entrees offer a choice of salad or soup and a choice of rice styles. 18 entrees are presented crispy jumbo shrimp or scallops, glazed with sweet and spicy tomato sauce we tried both and both shrimps and scallops were perfectly cooked as they were when we sampled the ginger shrimp and/ or scallops, sauted with fresh ginger and mixed veggies with a fine white wine sauce. The steamed shrimp/scallops were a bit too salty due to the Asian sweet black beans in the sauce limit the amount of beans, please. We had shredded pork with chili peppers, jalapenos at their best, perfectly spiced with onions and string beans tender and juicy very, very nice! We note Peking duck on the menu as well as a boneout roast ducking but one must order either dish a couple of days in advance. Some 9 items as American entrees include unusual offerings such as calf liver with sauted onions, grilled lamb chops (large loin chops topped with a great garlic sauce and cooked to perfection), a New York strip steak, chicken breasts, salmon grilled or poached (this we found to be a fine dish with very light, tasty finish and a cold pineapple salsa) and more----excellent selec tions. The traditional Chinese food offerings 8 in numberinclude moo shu pork or chicken with Mandarin pancakes, chock full of tasty ingredients. We have had shrimp with lobster sauce for many years but Tommy Wangs version was unusual its a Boston style with brown sauce and exceptional in taste and texture! Chef Wang outsources various desserts including fresh fruits, chocolate items and other sweet treats to finish a fine meal. We found the food to be a cut above at this attractive bistro, seating 65 inside and 20 on the patio. This is a restaurant with very, very reasonable pric ing and generous portions. Located at 6020 North Federal Highway in Boca Raton (561-998-3388) Spicy Ginger is open 7 days Monday through Friday from 11:30AM to 10PM, Saturday and Sunday from 4PM to 10PM. Eat in or take out, this is a winnerGo and Enjoy! I would humbling suggest something more uplifting. How about The Muppet Movie, or The Descendants? One star

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23 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77 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 561-208-6029 CALL ANYTIMEwww.acmbuildingservices.com Oleda Baker Warning: No-Carb/Low-Carb Can Cause Serious Health ProblemsCan The Very Popular No-Carb/Low-Carb Diet Be OK For Some People? Or Is It An Unsafe Diet For Everyone? .. Well it could be for you, but only if you compensate for its weaknesses.Balance in nutrition is the single most important aspect and often the first to be discarded when dieting. With all the many trendy diets today, Americans are losing the nutritional founda tion essential for lifelong good health. We take our bodies on these rollercoaster diets, changing with each new trend and promise, leaving us in a state of chemical imbalance and forcing our digestion and metabolism to compensate when our usual nutritional sources are removed. When there is balance, our systems work efficiently to process the foods we eat. With balance and efficiency comes healthy weight maintenance. Carbohydrates are not the villains they are being made out to be! They are essential for digestion and metabolism; they are the best source of energy for all bodily functions, especially the brain and central nervous system. Carbohydrates help reg ulate protein and fat metabolism, as fats require carbohydrates for their breakdown within the liver. Carbohydrates contain the same number of calories per gram as protein (approximately 4 calories per gram) and less than one half the calories of fat (approximately 9 calories per gram). Unrefined, natural carbohydrate foods like grains, beans, fruits, and vegetables are the only food category not linked to any leading killer diseases. Research has shown that diets low in pure sugar -one of the very real culprits -and high in complex carbohydrates have been shown to help many disorders. Avoid the carbohydrates that are bad carbs: the pure sugars and starches, the carbohydrate foods lacking in essential vitamins, minerals and fibersthe empty calories. These carbs, found in starchy and sweet foods, when eaten in excess can crowd out essential nutrients in the diet. Concentrated sweets, such as cookies, cakes and candies should not exceed 10% of the daily total calories, yet it is estimated that today we consume as much as 25% of our calories in the form of sugar. The National Research Council does not state a specific requirement in the diet, however most authorities agree that 55 to 60% of total calories should be from carbohydrates. A minimum of 100 grams a day is absolutely essential, with 300 grams being ideal for most people. A persons metabolism, activity levels, size and weight all determine the amount of carbohydrates the body needs. Complete removal of carbohydrates from a diet may produce ketoses; these are toxic compounds that can cause a breakdown of essential body protein, brain damage, depression, apathy, and loss of energy. When protein is burned for energy, as in low carb diets, the kidneys can be overworked trying to quickly rid the body of toxins. It is nec essary to consume large amounts of water to sta bilize this condition. In balanced diets, fats are burned for energy from storage not proteins benefiting the entire body as these stores of fat produce energy more efficiently. So now back to balance if you are one of the millions now on one of those No-Carb/Low -Carb diets please be aware of the need to help your body in balancing and compensating for a lack of essential nutrients. Consider supplementing and balancing where you are lacking in carbohydrates with a good multi-vitamin; a vitamin rich in all Bs, and especially biotin, to help in the digestion of added proteins in the diet. Also drink plenty of water, eat an assortment of fruits and vegetables choose your favorites, they are all good for you! Quick-Carb Reference: Sources of Complex Carbohydrates: Rice (especially brown), Potatoes, Beans, Peas, Corn, Yam, Low-Sweet Fruits and Vegetables, Wholegrain Bread, Dark Bread, Pita Bread, Matzo Bread, Pasta, Wholegrain cereal (including highfiber Breakfast Cereal), Wheetabix, Shredded Wheat, Kasha, Oatcakes, Cuscus. Sources of Simple Carbohydrates: Sugar, Chocolate, Candy, Jam, Cookies and Cakes, Biscuits, Sweet White Breads, Toffee, Honey, Soft Drinks, Alcohol Drinks, High-Fructose Juices, Ice Cream, Syrups. Oleda Baker, now 76, began her career as a high fashion model with the prestigious Wilhelmina Model Agency, based in New York City and doing print and TV assignments in New York and Europe. She has written ten books on beauty, diet and health. bocaratontribune.combocaratontribune.com

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24 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77Support 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

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25 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77 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 go nuts!nut crackertheGeorge BalanchinesTM December 2124Broward CenterAu-Rene Theater Tickets $20$68 CALL 305.929.7010 TOLL FREE 877.929.7010 miamicityballet.orgEDWARD VILLE LLA FOUNDING A RTISTIC DIRE CTOR Get the free mobile app at http://gettag.mobi Scan the tag with your mobile phone to buy tickets online! SPONSORED IN PART BY THE STATE OF FLORIDA, DEPARTMENT OF STATE, DIVISION OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS, AND THE FLORIDA COUNCIL ON ARTS AND CULTURE. FUNDING FOR THIS ORGANIZATION IS PROVIDED IN PART BY THE BROWARD COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AS RECOMMENDED BY THE BROWARD CULTURAL COUNCIL AND GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800) 435-7352 WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE. MCB REGISTRATION NUMBER: CH1034. GEORGE BALANCHINES THE NUT CRACKERTM, CHOREOGRAPHY BY GEORGE BALANCHINE THE BALANCHINE TRUST P HOTO 2008 L OIS GREENFIELD 954-462-0222 browardcenter.org FAU to present Madrigal Dinner as new holiday traditionBOCA RATON -The department of music in Florida Atlantic Universitys Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters presents a new holiday tradition as they launch their first annual Madrigal Dinner at St. Gregorys Episcopal Church at 100 NE Mizner Boulevard in Boca Raton on Saturday, December 10 at 6 p.m. The event reflects a Renaissance evening full of pageantry, entertainment (including a court jester, wandering minstrels and all sorts of characters), succulent food and extraordinary music. The dinner is modeled after the feasts of the Renaissance when lords and ladies of large manors would prepare huge holiday celebrations. Following a cocktail hour, guests will be invited into the dining room and be seated at their tables. The king and queen will then enter the room leading a procession of their noble guests (FAU madrigal singers) costumed true to the period. A full-course meal will be served with instrumental fanfares announcing meal courses and events. Following dinner a concert of seasonal and madrigal music will entertain guests. Reservations for the dinner can be made by calling 561-297-2337 or visiting fauf.fau.edu/madrigal. FREE PICK UP & DELIVERY Call Today!

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26 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77Support 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 GILL 954.937.1301 Cell g.nascto@gmail.com We Come To You!TV Repair and More... BOCARAY BARBER SHOP A Full Service Barber Shop Gentleman Cuts Fades Flat Tops Blow Outs Children Hot Towel ShaveMonday Friday 8:00am-6:00pm Saturday 8:00am-5:00pmTel: 561-498-8166Bocaray Plaza 4900 Linton Blvd, Suite 27 Delray Beach, FL 33445 (Delray Commons S.W. corner of Military & Atlantic facing Military Trail in the same plaza as Delray Fitness)Must bring in empty cartridge. With this coupon. Not valid with other offers or prior purchases. Offers expires 11/30/11 With this coupon. Not valid with other offers or prior purchases. Offers expires 11/30/11 With this coupon. Not valid with other offers or prior purchases. Offers expires 11/30/11 With this coupon. Not valid with other offers or prior purchases. Offers expires 11/30/11 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 oer 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

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27 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77 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 Holiday tidings abound at the Greater Boca Raton Chamber Holiday Membership BreakfastBOCA RATON, FL (December 2, 2011) Business and community leaders flocked to the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerces Holiday Breakfast, on Thursday, December 1st, to kick off the holiday season in a festive atmosphere. The breakfast was sponsored by Florida Power & Light, Business doesnt stop during the holidays, said Troy M. McLellan, CCE, President and CEO of the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce. The Boca Chamber looks to offer members the perfect combination of holiday fun and business-building opportunities and we are proud to present events, like our holiday breakfast, that ac complish that goal. More than 350 people were in attendance at the beautiful Boca Raton Resort and Club, as the West Boca Raton Community High School Encore Ensemble, made up of students in Grades 9-12, impressed the The West Boca Raton Community High School Encore Ensemble entertained the crowd at the Boca Chamber Holiday breakfast. Judith Coppola of Coppola Consulting and Bobra Bush of Telcom / Telcare Corp. Mayor Susan Whelchel, City of Boca Raton and Anthony Newbold, Anthony Newbold, Retired Area Manager, FPL Forrest Heathcott, President of JM&A Group, Executive Vice President, JM Family Enterprises, Inc. and Tim Snow, President of the George Snow Scholarship Fund Ethel Isaacs Williams, Regional Manager, Corporate External Affairs at Florida Power & Light, Pamela M. Rauch, Vice President of Development & External Affairs at Florida Power & Light, James L. Robo, President and Chief Operating Officer of NextEra Energy, Inc. / Florida Power & Light, Cheryl Budd, Chief Communications Officer at NCCI Holdings, Inc., Troy M. McLellan, CCE, President & CEO of the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce crowd with a variety of holiday songs. The breakfast featured guest speaker James Robo, President & COO, NextEra Energy, Inc. / FPL. Coming Up! On Wednesday, December 14th, the Boca Chamber will hold its 30th Annual Holiday Auction With a Cause at Via Mizner Golf & Country Club (formerly the Country Club at Boca Raton), 6200 Boca Del Mar Drive, Boca Raton. The auction will last from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and feature live and silent auc tions on everything from artwork to golf rounds and elegant getaway and fun sports packag es. Member restaurants that will be showcasing their cuisine and drinks throughout the evening include: Hooters Boca Raton, Oceans 234, Stir Crazy, and Philippe Chow Boca! The next Membership Breakfast will be on Thursday, January 12, 7:45 a.m. to 9:00 a.m., at The Club at Boca Pointe 7144 Boca Pointe Drive, Boca Raton, FL 33433. It will be sponsored by St. Andrews School. Visit www.bocaratonchamber. com/events to register.

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28 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.InStep Recovery Helps People Help PeopleWhat they do: InStep Recovery helps people (or their family members) that are having trouble with addiction, alcoholism, or mental health issues. They call them, describe whats going on, and InStep Recovery will help match them with facilities that fit their needs. Facilities: InStep Recovery is affiliated with inpatient or outpatient: rehabs, detoxes, treatment centers, interventionists, IOPs, PHPs, and more. These facilities specialize in all sorts of mental health issues, including but not limited to: alcohol, drugs and prescription medications, eating disorders, dual diagnosis, etc. The facilities affiliated with InStep Recovery have been extensively researched and investigated. They all meet or exceed high standards of integrity, ethics, and quality care. These are places we would be comfortable sending our family to. Think of it like Zagat Rated restaurants, except theyre recovery services. Some information about the company: Both the owners have been very successful in their own careers. Specifically, the COO/CMO was recently bought out of his healthcare recruiting/ staffing company. InStep Recoverys Slogan is: We Help People Help People Availability: InStep Recovery is available 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, and 7 days a week. Their S.E. Regional Manager is Jaret Epstein. He can be contacted by cell at: 561-870-0000 or by email at Jaret@InStepRecoveryServices.com Check out their temporary website www.InStepRecoveryServices.com InStep Recovery is a national company, serving the entire United States, and our corporate headquarters is located at 5493 Wiles Rd. Suite 105, Coconut Creek, FL 33073. We have 2 satellite offices: 1 in Chicago and 1 in New York. InStep Recovery are not therapists, counselors, or medical professionals. They are SOLELY an information service for people having trouble and for their families. Some topics or subjects available to speak on include: ing without help abuse treatment problem in south florida from the recovery business perspective sues relating to addiction ment lated to recovery/mental health The Boca Raton Tribune BUSINESS East/West Boca Raton, FL Corner Bakery Cafe is a fast casual restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and catering service to guests in: Atlanta, Chicago, Clifton, N.J., Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver, El Paso, Texas, Houston, Jackson, Miss., Los Angeles/Orange County, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Rochester, N.Y., Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego, Tyler, Texas and Washington D.C. Established in 1991, Corner Bakery Cafe restaurants are owned and operated by CBC Restaurant Corp. over 120 company-owned and franchised locations around the country. Founded on a philosophy of creating a place for people to relax and A boost to the local economy and jobs coming soon to the areagather with family and friends, Corner Bakery Cafe offers a casual atmosphere featuring innovative, seasonal menu options ranging from hot breakfasts and signature panini to handcrafted salads, sandwiches and mouthwatering sweets. Corner Bakery Cafe offers dine-in, to-go and catering service for any occasion. Corner Bakery Cafe delivers a premier bakery cafe experience in the heart of neighborhoods everywhere and gives back to the communities it serves as a Share our Strength No Kid Hungry campaign partner, striving to end childhood hunger in America. To set up interviews or for more information please call: Nancy Bellido/Media PR (305) 776-1075 or Patricia Pomales/Media PR(305) 775-7502 For more information, visit www.cornerbakerycafe.com, like the Corner Bakery Cafe Facebook page, or follow Corner Bakery Cafe on Twitter @CornerBakery.

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29 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77 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 BOCA RATON Dr. Gs Weight Loss and Wellness, a comprehensive medically supervised weight loss and wellness program center, has joined the Marine Corps Reserves Toys for Tots program. Dr. Gs Boca Raton location will serve as a Toys for Tots drop-off site through the end of the year. Dr. Gs Boca Raton will be giving away a $100 gift certificate toward any Dr. Gs Weight Loss program to anyone who donates a new toy for a disadvantaged child. Donations can be dropped off in the lobby of Dr. Gs Boca Raton, located at 7050 West Palmetto Park Road. BOCA RATON -DNA Brands, Inc., holders of the best-tasting energy drink award at the 2010 World Beverage Competition, and producers of DNA Energy Drinks and DNA meat snacks sold at 3,000 plus loca tions, announced third quarter and year-to-date operating results: During the third quarter ended Sept. 30, DNA recorded revenues of $467,337 compared to $165,151 in revenue during the third quarter ended Sept. 30, 2010. For the nine month period ended Sept. 30, 2011, DNA recorded revenue of $1,155,415, a 22.9% improvement over the same period in 2010. BOCA RATON -Tyco Retail Solutions, a leading glob al provider of retail performance and security solutions sold through ADT Security Services, Inc., and autho rized business partners worldwide, has announced its plans for the upcoming NRF 101st Annual Convention & EXPO, to be held Jan. 15-18th at the Jacob K. Javitz Convention Center in New York City. Tyco Retail Solutions booth (#775) will feature a two-story retail store environment designed to showcase Tycos integrated suite of store performance and security solutions BOCA RATON -MediaNet Group Technologies Inc., a global shopping and entertainment community, announced that Charles Arizmendi has been named executive vice president of Enterprise Business Unit. The role of executive vice president of Enterprise Business Unit is new within the Company and will lead the stra tegic sales and marketing efforts of DubLis Partner Program around the world, establishing a global network of professional sellers as well as all operating and development resources related to the Partner Program. Arizmendi will be based at the companys corporate headquarters in Boca Raton. Email your Business News, promotions and acknowledgements to Chris Catoggio at: chris@bocaratontribune.com. By Robert Child Bobbin for Dollars and Sense is written by Robert Child, President of Boca Raton-based financial company, Child Group Wealth Management. Bob is known for his common sense perspective. He understands how to think and act during critical times. Few of todays active financial advisors have lived through the NYC Bankruptcy Crisis of 1975 or the Washington Public Power Supply System debacle of 1983. Bob believes both financial catastrophes have strong similarities to todays economic quagmire. When economic times and financial markets were tough, Bob was there and learned from those financial tragedies, first-hand. Advising clients for almost 40 years, Bob has a team of seasoned and disciplined professionals working aside him servicing retirees and soon-to-be retirees, for over eight decades, combined, by carefully assessing the personal needs and financial goals of their clients. There really isn't a cookie-cutter solution when it comes to planning for retirement. I recently read an article in the Wall Street Journal about the biggest risk I retirement being longevity. Americans are living longer, sometimes past 100 years old. Although this can be a gift, it can also feel like a burden when planning for retirement. Medicare and Social Security were designed and based on a different world. The ratio of those retiring and collecting social security is much greater than those paying into social security. Pre-Retirees cannot and should not depend on these outlets to afford their cost of living. Planning for your financial well-being over 50 years can be overwhelming. Having the ability to maintain ones current lifestyle during retirement years without spending principle is the most common goal I hear. For my clients, I invest in a mix of municipal and corporate bonds with varying maturity dates, depending on a clients tax situation, in order to generate income and meet their current lifestyle needs, at a minimum. Any excess principle and/or income I re-invest into equity type investments for growth. In short, diversifica tion is key. There is no panacea to solve all financial variables of your personal economic situation and no one can control the outside world and what happens in the markets. However, choosing the right financial advisor to guide you can certainly go a long way towards solving these issues, protecting principle and managing risk. Securities offered through vFinance Investments, Inc., Member FINRA/SIPC. Child Group Wealth Management (CGWM) advisors are registered with National Asset Management, Inc., a SEC Registered Investment Advisor and affiliate of vFin. Ac counts are carried by Na tional Financial Services LLC, Member NYSE/ SIPC, a Fidelity Investments company. NAM and vFin are not affiliated with CGWM. What is the biggest risk in retirement? The Dog of our editor Dale King, Peanut, visited the Boca Raton Tribune office this past week. With them in the picture is our C.O.O. Dini Heizer.

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30 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Columnists The Boca Raton Tribune By Rick Warren By Mike Gora Michael H. Gora has been certified by the Board of Specialization and Education of The Florida Bar as a specialist in family and matrimonial law, and is a partner with Shapiro Blasi Wasserman & Gora P.A. in Boca Raton. Mr. Gora may be reached by e-mail at mhgora@sbwlawfirm.com. Savings FraudQ: I am a forensic accountant, and recently met with a local divorce lawyer and his client to prepare to file a case against her husband of 18 years. He and his brother own several franchises in a popular chain of restaurants. I explained that their corporation was registered as a Sub-chapter S corpora tion with the IRS. For income tax purposes, all of the net income of their business is considered personal income, whether or not it is all taken out of the company at the end of the year. Both men own 50 percent of the stock in the corporation, so half of the income winds up in their individual tax returns. According to the corporations tax return, until two years ago the corporation paid the two brothers almost all of the net profit as distributions. The last two years, however, they kept most of the profits in the corporation, as retained earnings. This meant they paid income tax on money they had not personally received, lowering money they had available as personal income, in two ways, as they had to pay income tax on money they never received. The client, according to her attorney, is a good candidate for perma nent alimony, and there are 13-year-old twins to be supported. He also tells me that it is unclear whether a Florida court can count the income retained in the corporation as the husbands for alimony and child support. He is of the opinion that the husband and his brother may have been doing some divorce planning, as the brother-inlaw is also going through a divorce. Is there any Florida law on this specific subject? A: Yes, but as usual, the bottom line is, It depends. The Florida Supreme Court has given the lower courts direc tions when faced with the same question. It ruled that the money kept in a Sub-S corporation may or may not be counted as increasing ability to pay alimony and child support, depending on whether there was a legitimate business reason to retain the earnings in the corporation. If the wifes counsel proves to the trial judge that the money was kept in the corporation for the purpose of defeating alimony and child support, and not for a legitimate business purpose, it can be considered as income. The court also ruled that the burden of proof was on the person in charge of the corporation to prove that he, or she, kept the money in the corporation for legitimate business purposes, and not to harm the spouse. In this case, history might help your client, if as you say; the retained earnings were greatly increased only when the two stockholders were contemplating divorce. On the other hand, if there was a plan to use the retained earnings to buy more franchises that had just become available, a judge might consider that as proof of good motive. If you testify that there was no good business reason to retain the amount of money kept in the corporation, you can bet that the husbands forensic accountant will disagree with you. If the case goes to trial, the judge will have to decide between your two positions. One summer our family took a vacation by car, with our only goal being to see the western half of the United States. We had loaded up our van and headed out in search of an adventure. By the conclusion of our two-week trip, we had put more than 5,000 miles on the odometer. For most of the trip we simply focused on enjoying the journey rather than rushing toward a destination. But in one of the states we traveled through (which will remain unnamed) we were so bored with the monotony of the unchanging scenery, I got what I thought at the time was a brilliant idea: to take a shortcut to the next large town. The alternative road the map displayed seemed perfectly acceptable, appearing to be a direct route to the next town. Based on what the map showed, we reasoned this shortcut could save us at least an hour of traveling time and spare us from having to stare at the tedious roadway vista. So we got off the well-traveled highway and set off on the alternative route. What a great mistake that proved to be! The road presented one difficulty after another, a series of troublesome obsta cles: construction work; a line of slow trucks that we were unable to pass; cattle, and then sheep, in the middle of the road, blocking our advance; potholes seemingly as big as meteor craters; and no gas stations or restrooms to serve our traveling needs. The bottom line of this experience: My proposed shortcut ended up taking much longer than the original route would have required, we nearly ran out of gas, and I had a very ag gravated, unappreciative family! The lesson: Shortcuts are not always as good as they may seem. Although some physicists might want to debate this point, it seems obvious that sometimes the shortest distance to a goal is NOT a straight line. Shortcuts and their potential dangers of course, are not limited only to traveling. Todays competitive business climate, for example, often tempts us to cut corners in order to speed up prog ress on projects, or to cut expenses and increase the margin of profit. Time pressures, management demands, greed, or even laziness can prompt us to take ill-advised diversions en route to chosen objec tives. But ethical shortcuts, such as shortchanging a customer on the quality of a product or service, will always come back to haunt us, at least in the long term, if not immediately. In its timeless wisdom, the Bible offers several warnings against shortcuts: The man of integrity walks securely, but he who takes crooked paths will be found out (Proverbs 10:9). Dishonest gain will never last, so why take the risk? (Proverbs 21:6). Money that comes easily disappears quickly, but money that is gathered little by little will grow (Proverbs 13:11). The man who wants to get rich quick will quickly fail (Proverbs 28:20). The next time you are tempted to take a shortcut think carefully and cautiously before taking it. 2010, 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 PurposeDriven Church and The Purpose of Christmas.Be Wary Of Tempting Shortcuts

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31 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77 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. 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Boca Raton, FL 33432 561-392-0696 Boca West Community United Methodist Church 9087 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33434 561-482-7335 BOCA RATON TRIBUNE WORSHIP DIRECTORY By Mayor Bernard Featherman In the end, the extra eort you put out is really worth itEvery time I see a bike rider on A1A pedaling in Highland Beach, the story of the Center City Bicycle Club comes to my mind. Years ago (and 50 pounds less), I bicycled 10 miles every few evenings to keep in shape. The word got around fast, and, before long, eight friends were in my living room in downtown Philadelphia, learning the elementary steps of biking. That is how the Center City Bicycle Club got started. We engaged a friend to explain the finer points of biking. That was George, an active member of the local American Youth Hostel. He arranged for the group to meet the next Sunday for a five-mile trip through Philadelphias fa mous Fairmount Park. But on Sunday, it rained and rained. Only two people showed up, namely, George and me, but we decided to test the bike course anyway. Georges bicycle was a dandy, superneat 10-speed bike. It had all the fancy trimmings. Mine was an old, beat-up one-speed bike. With caution to the wind, off we went into the rain. Naturally, I took the lead. Behind me was George, who gracefully went from first speed to third and finally into 10th. With such grace and east to compete against, I pushed myself to pedal harder, but George was gaining on me. So, I pedaled even harder than before. The pace quickened the next mile. My lungs ached. My legs cramped. My breath wheezed. My heart thumped. I had about had it, so I slid to a halt at the side of the road. Seconds later, along came George. Whew, I thought youd never stop, said George. Im pooped out, man. I could hardly keep up with you. The moral of the story is it seems just when we are about to give up, we often find ourselves better than we thought. Many slick dudes look cool and fancy and smug with their high-powered ways, but outward appearances often belie the truth. Its what is inside of you that truly counts, so no person should outpace you, especially when you are ahead to start with. In the end, that extra effort you put out is really worth it. Copyright 2011Bernard Featherman. Bernard Featherman is a columnist for the Boca Raton Tribune and is also the mayor of Highland Beach. The Boca Raton Tribune COLUMNISTS East/West Boca Raton, FL

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BOCA RATON TRIBUNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY ART GALLERY & JEWELRY Bijou Bijou ....................................................................................... 561-451-8290 Harolds Jewelers .......................................................................... 561-392-0507 Yaacov Heller Gallery 22 ........................................................... 561-347-1677 AUTO SERVICES Save On Tire .................................................................................... 954-786-3306 Superior Tint ................................................................................... 561-338-7711 Tires 4U2 ........................................................................................... 561-272-2226 BARBER SHOP Bocaray Barber Shop .................................................................. 561-498-8166 Rubens Barber Shop Inc. .......................................................... 561-487-2152 BEAUTY & HEALTH Age In Place Management ....................................................... 561-929-1195 Ageless Energetics ....................................................................... 561-394-5160 Bells Lifestyle ................................................................................. 800-333-7995 Glades Medical Group ............................................................... 561-394-3088 Green Wave Waxing Boca Raton ..................................................................................... 561-367-7323 Weston ............................................................................................ 954-659-0033 Helenas Beauty ............................................................................ 561-487-3292 Herbalife ........................................................................................... 754-581-3511 Oasis Day Spa ................................................................................. 561-393-3185 Vitality Laser Spa ......................................................................... 561-470-7961 CHURCH Boca Glades Baptist Church .................................................... 561-483-4228 See Boca Raton Worshop Directory for more Churches. DENTIST Nova Dental Pompano Beach ........................................................................... 954-788-2388 Boca Raton ..................................................................................... 561-488-5088 DRYCLEANING Bernies Cleaners Boca Raton ..................................................................................... 561-338-7843 North Lauderdle .......................................................................... 954-726-5530 ENTERTAINMENT Boca Raton Museum Of Arts ................................................... 561-392-2500 Boca Raton Wine & Food Festival ......................................... 561-338-7594 Bridge Hotel .................................................................................... 561-886-4570 Caricatures by Ray Russotto ................................................... 954-570-9256 Cole Bros. 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34 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.Story, photo by Pam DAddio BOCA RATON If youre not the purse-dog type, maybe youd like to meet ME? Im Molly, a Bull Mastiff mix, a year and a half old female weighing about 70 pounds. Im a lot of dog and a lot of sweetness. A spayed and housebroken lady, Im a little timid and skittish here at Tri County with so many other dogs around. Ill do best in a home as your only dog. Bull Mastiffs are gentle giants who love to share the couch with you and they attach strongly to their families. I can live with children and possibly cats. I have nice manners and walk well on my leash with no pulling, despite my size. Adopt a LOT of love....choose me! Im available for adoption at Tri-County Humane Society, a no-kill animal shelter located at 21287 Boca Rio Road in Boca Raton. The shelter is open for adoptions Tuesday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Adoption fees for companion animals are $110 and up. Animals are heartworm-tested and up-todate on vaccinations. Included in the adoption fee is one year of free office visits to Regency Veterinary Clinic. Please visit us to find a lost pet or to consider adding a shelter dog or cat to your family. We have puppies and kittens, too! Call (561) 482-8110 or view many of our available animals and volunteer opportunities at: HYPERLINK http:// www.tricountyhumane. org/ \o http://www. tricountyhumane.org/ \t _blank www.tricountyhumane.org. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter at TriCounty Humane. GamesThe Boca Raton Tribune Pet SocietyThe Boca Raton Tribune PET OF THE WEEK FOR SALE2006 Nissan Sentra good condition $7500 or best oer. Call 954-790-4960 This is no bull. Molly wants to be your one and only doggie pet

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35 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77 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 EVERY DAY LOW PRICEValid only with coupon. Exterior only, hand dry. Cannot be combined with any other oer. Expires 12/29/11Exterior WashValid only with coupon. Exterior only, hand dry. Cannot be combined with any other oer. Expires 12/29/11Full-Service WashIncluding wheels cleaned, tires shined, vacuum, dust dash & console, windows & hand-dry BOCA CAR WASH $ BOCA CAR WASH $ OValid only with coupon. Cannot be combined with any other oer. Expires 12/29/11Boca WashFull-service wash plus: condition dash, wash, triple foam polish wax & air freshener BOCA CAR WASH $ OHand WaxIncluding full-service wash & hand wax SUVs & wagons slightly higher Reg. $35 BOCA CAR WASH $ Valid only with coupon. Cannot be combined with any other oer. Expires 12/29/11 BOCA CAR WASHValid only with coupon. Cannot be combined with any other oer. Expires 12/29/11MONDAY LADIES DAY OFull-Service or Boca WashTUESDAY & WEDNESDAY $ Full-service wash plus hot wax, polish foam wax, condition dash, consoles & doors, RAINBOCA CAR WASHValid only with coupon. Cannot be combined with any other oer. Expires 12/29/11The Works N Dixie HwyNE 15th Terrace Glades Rd NE 11th St NE 14th StNE 2nd Ct.N Federal HwyBoca Car Wash Ask about our frequent car wash programs!We accept most competitors coupons Boca Car Wash All-Star Shortstop inks with Miami MarlinsThe one difference between the Florida Marlins and the Miami Marlins besides the colorful uniform and logo is simple; Miami is willing to spend the money to bring in the talent. Late Sunday night, the Miami Marlins and AllStar shortstop Jose Reyes agreed on a six-year deal. At the start of the free-agent signing period last month, Miami wasted little time touching base with Jose Reyes. Team officials contacted the AllStar shortstop as soon as the window to negotiate opened. The Marlins had a sixyear, $90 million offer on the table that was raised to secure the services of the 28-year-old. According to FOXSports.coms Ken Rosenthal, the offer is for $106 million. Reyes became the first Mets player to win the batting title, coming off his .337 season with a .384 onbase percentage. With the signing, Miami is expected to move Hanley Ramirez to third base. Ramirez, a three-time All-Star starter, has never played a position other than shortstop throughout his professional career. Securing Reyes is the second major step made by the Marlins in recent days. The team reached agreement on a three-year, $27 million contract with closer Heath Bell on Thursday night. With Reyes in fold, the Marlins have a leadoff hitter who is a .292 career batter with a .341 on-base percentage and 370 stolen bases. If Miami chooses to go with Emilio Bonifa cio in center field, and hit him second, the club would have two of the fastest players in the game at the top of its order. The Marlins have been one of the most aggressive teams on the market since free agents were able to talk to other clubs five days after the World Series ended. In the first few days of the signing period, Reyes visited Miami and toured the teams new ballpark in the Little Havana section of town. Along with Reyes, the Marlins are actively shopping for starting pitching. Mark Buehrle is a high priority, but the veteran left-hander is seeking a no-trade clause, which is something Miami doesnt generally do. That could hold up a possible deal. The Marlins also are making a push for C.J. Wilson. Money isnt believed to be an issue; it is a matter of if the lefty wants to leave Texas for Miami. In the past month, Reyes, Buehrle, Wilson and Albert Pujols each visited Miami to meet with team officials and see the new ballpark. Reyes deal will become the highest in franchise history, surpassing Ramirezs six-year, $70 million deal.

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36 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.Late Season Depth?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 PALM BEACH COUNTY Osprey Point GC (561) 482-286812551 Glades Road West Boca Raton All rates are plus tax 11/19/11-12/16/11*W/END & HOLIDAY RATES SLIGHTLY HIGHER *18 Hole Rates with cartBEFORE 12:30pm $45.00 12:30pm 4:00pm $38.25 AFTER 4:00pm $21.00Palm Beach Countys FREQUENT PLAYER CARD 20% OFF golf the rest of the year 10% OFF January-March 2012 Advanced tee times Merchandise specials and more!! For More Information Visit UsAt WWW.PBCGOLF.COM Professional Instruction provided by: Don Law Golf Academy where until mid-February to March. All three quality players able to make a significant impact on a team. They signed in China and can either leave and not get paid and not play in the NBA, or stay, get paid, and not play in the NBA. What this also means is By: Matt Pineda The CBA, known as the Chinese Basketball Association, has made it clear to its teams they are not to release NBA players from their contracts to play in the NBA. The CBA has told its teams that any team who releases an NBA player and allows them to go back to the States must forfeit its remaining games. Likewise, the NBA, which is a part of FIBA, will not allow international players who dont have opt out clauses in contracts to sign with a team without authorization from their international team. Most NBA players included an opt-out clause in case the lockout ended so they could return to the NBA. Some players did not. This means Wilson Chandler, J.R. Smith, and Kenyon Martin will all be stuck in China somethat NBA teams will have a mini free agency in March gearing up to a playoff run. Chandler, Smith and Martin all want to return to the NBA, but they will have to wait. Could it be possible that one of these Continued on page 37

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37 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77 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. rfntfnb rfnrf tbbbb ntbbt rf rffffrfr ntrrfrfr rf n tb b b bbbbt b r r ttt b The Boca Raton Tribune SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL three players, who all played for Denver last season, could possibly end up with the HEAT? It certainly is, knowing Miami made way for a late season pick-up of Mike Bibby last season. The HEAT could use all of these players, depending on what they do in free agency next week, and how the season shapes out. Heres how each of these players would help the HEAT if they were to be signed in March. Kenyon Martin Kenyon might not be the best choice for the HEAT. With Bosh and Haslem already demanding time at the PF position, this is the only position Martin can play. But, even with Bosh and Haslem, somehow Juwan Howard found time in the playoffs last season. So Martin could be a guy that Continued from page 36 could be picked up by Miami. Martin is a skilled shot-blocker and defensive player. Martin would just be added depth, not necessarily a need for the HEAT. J.R. Smith Smith has notoriously torched the HEAT. So picking him up could just be a defense mechanism against him. But seriously, Smith can stroke it from beyond the arc, but we all know he likes to shoot, a lot. With Wade and LeBron needing most of the shots and ball handling, Smith may be too much. Especially if Miami is able to get Battier, Hill or another wing alongside Miller to back-up. Smith wont be happy without playing time, and its unlikely Riley takes a risk with Smith. He would be a good player to have when you need that three-point shot though. Wilson Chandler The most likely pick-up would be Wilson Chandler. Hes young, tall, athletic, and talented. Chandler can play defense, hit the open shot, and is a team player. Chandler is a combo-player able to play multiple positions, something the HEAT love with the flexibility of their other players. Chandler could be a boost of energy for the HEAT. I believe Chandler would be a good fit with the HEAT. But like his other two teammates, the HEAT will not be the only team looking to add some late season depth when these players return from China. But we know Miami is a nice destination for many players. Theres a lot to be done before hand here, but keep these players in mind as the season gets later and teams show more desire to have some change in the locker rooms.

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38 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.By Chad Beattie Pensacola, Fla. Lynn Universitys bid for its 20th national title fell short Saturday afternoon following a 3-2 overtime loss to No. 3 Fort Lewis in the 2011 NCAA Division II Mens Soccer National Championship. Johnny Mertl, AB Magnusson and Harald Gracholski earned NCAA All-Tournament honors with Gra cholski netting both goals for the Fighting Knights. Lynn ends the season 145-3 overall. Lynn owns three na tional crowns in mens soccer and 19 overall since 1986. The mens soccer program has played in eight national championships in its history. Trailing 2-1 with 19 minutes remaining in regulation, Gracholski worked his magic to knot the game at two. The Cologne, Germany, product ripped his 13th goal of the season on a free kick from 30-yards out inside the left post to send the game into OT. This was just the ninth overtime game in the history of the NCAA Division II Mens Soccer Championship. Fort Lewis (24-1-0) took advantage of a corner kick 1:33 into extra time when Berekk Blackwell headed in Joey Madigans pass for the game-winner. Lynn was all over the Skyhawks in the opening minutes of the match. Stefan Wolf and Mertl each had opportunities inside the 18-yard box but watched as their attempts hit the post and sailed wide. It was at 13:15 that the Blue & White finally broke down Fort Lewis defense. Gracholski heeled a pass to Wolf near the top of the box and through the Skyhawk central defenders and the senior forward out of Rostock, Germany forced a foul to set up a free kick. Gracholski snuck the proceeding shot around the four-man wall and inside of the right post for the 1-0 lead. The Skyhawks evened the game at one in the 25th minute when a free kick by Alberto Capdepon-Rodriguez was accidently headed in by the LU defense. Fort Lewis then took a 2-1 lead seven minutes later when Kosta Kordistos beat the Knights back four on a through ball by Cory Dean and chipped a shot over keeper Matt DiCerbo. Lynn outshot Fort Lewis 12-3 but the Skyhawks held a 7-6 advantage in corner kicks. The Fighting Knights return 21 letterwinners, including nine starters, for next season. The Boca Raton Tribune SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL Lynn Mens Soccer Season Ends in National Championship Loss

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39 December 8 through December 14, 2011 Edition 77 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.Boca Raton, FL Florida Atlantic University Athletics named Carl Pelini as its head football coach today during a press conference in the Recruiting Lounge of FAU Stadium, Boca Raton campus. Today marks the beginning of a new era in FAU football, and I am pleased to have Carl Pelini join the FAU family as the new leader of our team, said FAU President Mary Jane Saunders. I look forward to what lies ahead for FAU football with Pelini as the head coach, as well as the excitement he will bring to both FAUs students and fans. Pelinis selection brought closure to a national search that was conducted by FAUs Athletics Director Craig Angelos and a University advisory committee. As the new head coach of FAUs football program, Pelini brings more than 25 years of football experience at both the collegiate and high school levels. With Howard Schnellenbergers announcement of retirement in August, I had an extended period of time to identify a number of quality candidates, said Angelos. After a lengthy span of interviewing, evaluating and in-person meetings, I strongly believe that Carl brings the most to FAU. His experience, organiza tion, discipline, passion, recruiting and accomplishments will lead the Owls to the next level. With the addition of our beautiful new stadium and the fertile recruiting area that exists in South Florida, I firmly believe that Carl will make FAU a national contender very soon. Pelinis football philosophy is based on his enthusiasm and demand for effort by his team and staff each day. Pelini comes to FAU from the University of Nebraska, where he served as its defensive coordinator since 2008. His daily mindset helped lead the Cornhuskers to the nations top spot as a defense. I would like to thank the FAU administration and the University community for this opportunity, said Pelini. I see great potential here at FAU to build a program of which the entire community will be proud. My vision for this program is to continue the mission of the university to prepare our student-athletes for success well beyond football. A believer that success begins with fundamentals and effort, Pelini spent more than 10 years at the high school level where the teaching of fundamentals begins. His first coaching stint began at Cardinal Mooney High School (Ohio) where he served as an assistant from 1987-88. He also served as an assistant coach and defensive coordinator at Blue Valley High School (Kansas, 1993-94). Pelini gained his first head coaching experience at Winnetonka High School where he also was the athletics director (Kansas, 1995-99). He then went on to be the head coach at Austintown Fitch High School (Ohio). The Ohio native gained experience as a defensive coordinator at Minnesota State Mankato (2004), and helped revitalize a struggling program at Ohio University where he was the defensive line coach for three seasons (2005-07). In 2008, he moved back to Nebraska and assumed the position of defensive coordinator and defensive line coach. During that time, he was afforded the opportunity to drop his split time defensive duties and focus his sole attention to the overall defense. Pelinis role in the resurgence of Nebraskas defense has been recognized by his two-time nomination for the Frank Broyles Assistant Coach of the Year Award. FAU football is in great hands with Carl Pelini at the forefront of the Universitys program, said Robert J. Stilley, chair of FAUs Board of Trustees. His leadership philosophy, past experience, along with his remarkable communication skills, all will be key in leading FAU football to the next level. FAUs Board of Trustees welcomes Pelini and looks forward to the future accomplishments of FAUs football team. Pelini began his collegiate experience at Columbia University in New York, where he was a member of the football team, but completed his undergraduate degree in English litera ture at Youngstown State University in Youngstown, Ohio. He received a masters degree in journalism from Kansas State University, and a masters degree in education from Ohio State University. Pelinis efforts in South Florida will begin immediately replacing Howard Schnellenberger, FAUs first football coach and builder of the program who announced his retirement in August. Since the programs first season in 2001, the Owls have captured the Sun Belt Conference title in 2007, and won the 2007 New Orleans Bowl and the 2008 Motor City Bowl. FAU was the youngest NCAA football program to advance to and win a bowl game, and the only program in the state of Florida to win back-to-back bowls in 2007 and 2008. Currently, four FAU players are working with NFL teams. Quarterback Rusty Smith was the programs first NFL draftee as a sixth round pick by the Tennessee Titans. Tight end Rob Houslerbecame the programs highest player to be drafted as a third round selection in 2010 by the Arizona Cardinals. Linebacker Michael Lockley and wide receiver Lestar Jean were free agent selections in 2011 by the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Houston Texans, respectively. Carl Pelini has done a fine job working with our defense here at Nebraska. Our defense made excellent improvement in his first year as defensive coordina tor, and over the past three years we have been among the nations best defenses, said Tom Osborne, athletic director and former football coach at Nebraska. Carl is a very intelligent coach, is detail-oriented and with his coaching experience, I believe he is ready to take the next step as a college head coach. We wish him well at Florida Atlantic.The Boca Raton Tribune SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL Bring YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR The Boca Raton Tribune home with you. RECEIVE THE PAPER from the comfort of your HOME! www.thebocaratontribune.comStay in touch with whats happening in BOCA RATON! Edition 77 FAU Athletics Names Carl Pelini as Head Football Coach

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