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By Dale M. King BOCA RATON The city has been in the library planning business for nearly a decade. It began with the public adoption in 2003 of a multi-million dollar referendum that put two new libraries on the drawing board for the citys future. It continued with the construction of the Western Library, now known as Spanish River Library, which opened in 2008. It was delayed nearly two years by a legal dispute between the original contractor and the city. Once that building was finished, the city turned its attention to a new downtown facility. But the community has had to deal with serious economic woes in the past four years that forced it to reconfigure the facility. This is the day the shovels have arrived, Mayor Susan Whelchel said Tuesday, April 24, when groundbreaking was conducted in the middle of a large field where the new library will stand. The building, to be located on NW Second Avenue about two blocks north of the existing for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comThe Boca Raton Tribune YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR.Nearly 400,000 readers! Boca Raton Breaks Ground for Long-Awaited New Downtown Librarycont. on pg.3See page 3On Her Birthday, Flossy Keesely gives Boca Raton a PresentBoca Hospital Foun dation Gets $5M from Schmidt Fam ilyMunicipal News Community News Life & Arts9th Annual Future Stars Performing Arts CompetitionSee page 13 See page 11 BusinessVitality Laser Spa, the Finest Health and Beauty Treatments ImaginedSee page 23 See page 3 Send us a picture of you reading The Boca Raton Tribune to pictures@bocaratontribune.com Glen Calder reading the TribuneHistoric Town Hall Named Top Civic Building See page 6


2 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97Support 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: For general information : Fax:Marketing Director Chris Catoggio chris@bocaratontribune.com Account ExecutiveAngelo Lima Marguax VickersArt Director Marjorie BrandnerPhotographers:Nicole Vickers, Gabriela Heizer Barbara McCormick Video Production Director Klaiton SilvaGraphic Design:Maheli Jardim Matt Epperson Proud Member of: The friendly community where friends do business with neighbors. INDEXCommunity News Pg.03 Municipal News Page 11 Section B Page 13 Business Page 23 Columnists Pg 18,19,22,27 Games Page 26 Sports Page 30 Quote of the Week:en shalt thou understand the fear of the Lord, and shalt nd the knowledge of God: Proverbs 2:5 Boca Police Safety TipBoca Raton Police BlotterQ: Can my dog run on the sidewalk without a leash? He is trained not to run away. A: Boca Raton Ordinance 5-32 states that it is a violation for any dog or cat to run at large (off the premises of the owner) and not under the control of a leash, cord, chain, or other physical restraint. In addition, you can be found liable if your dog is not under your control on public property (or common area) and bites a person or other dog. Crime and safety questions are answered by officers from the Crime Prevention Unit. For more information, visit www.bocapolice.com. AGGRAVATED ASSAULT 04/19/2012 11:59 NE 7TH AVE Victim reported that his neighbor pointed a silver gun at him through her window. A black Glock 9mm was located under a pillow in her bed and a silver 32C See Camp pistol was located in her vehicle. ere were witnesses to the incident. Case remains under investigation. BURGLARY TO BUSINESS 04/18/2012 7:17 NW 2ND AVE A burglary occurred at South Florida Air Conditioning /Integrated Technologies between April 17 at 1800 hrs and April 18th at 0715 hrs. An unknown subject pried out one glass of an awning window, entered, and removed a cash box which contained approximately $500. OTHER THEFT 204/18/2012 12:57 MARBLE WAY Two 2009 Yamaha Waverunners, gold and black in color, were taken from behind a home on Marble Way sometime overnight. No suspects. Both were on the oating dock and secured with a heavy cable. e cable was not cut. No suspects or witnesses at this time. THEFT OF AUTO TAG 04/18/2012 8:09 PINE HAVEN CIRCLE Complainant reported stolen vehicle tag sometime between 1900 hrs 0600 hrs on 4/17/12. POSSESSION OF SYNTHETIC NARCOTICS 4/22/12 1999 N. FEDERAL HIGHWAY Karsten Senior, 34, was arrested for possession of schedule IV nar cotic aer he was discovered sleeping behind the wheel of a vehicle in the rear parking lot of Flakowitz. e passenger of the vehicle, Bethanie Cairns, was arrested for possession of rearm/ammunition by a convicted felon. e vehicle was towed.Lynn University Librarian Builds Presidential Debate Research GuideBOCA RATON -Leecy Barnett, a librarian in the Eugene M. & Christine E. Lynn Library, recently developed a research guide specific to presidential debates in anticipation of Lynn University hosting the third and final presidential debate on Oct. 22. When Academic Vice President Gregg Cox encouraged the faculty to include lessons about the debates in their spring and fall classes, creating a debate research guide seemed like a great way the library could contribute to the debate fever on campus, said Barnett who has produced scores of online research guides to support Lynns curriculum. Lynn students studying political science, history, sociology and/or communication will be among those who use the guides over the next few months. Although most of the articles and ebooks are from proprietary databases restricted to the Lynn community, the guide allows anyone from the public to access all the past debate videos in one place. Excluding the 1980 debate between Ronald Regan and the independent candidate, John Anderson, that President Carter boycotted, the guide includes footage of every televised presidential debate from 1960, 1976-2008. Its important to put this years debates in context of past debates, said Barnett. The materials will give great insight. In fact, students in a Media and Society course are currently using the resources to write an essay on Reflections and Expectations of the 2012 Debate at Lynn University. Barnett has worked at Lynns library for more than 15 years, serving her last six years as a reference and instruction librarian. She earned both her undergraduate and graduate degrees in history. Lynn Librarian Leecy Barnett 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 97


3 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.By: Gina Onori On Sunday, April 22, $2 lawn chairs were scattered throughout Count de Hoernle Amphitheater at Mizner Park as the crowd stuffed their faces with hot arepas and ice cold colas for the 4th Annual Pathway to the Stars Concert. The event started at 7 p.m. and ended at 9 p.m. with over five hundred people present. Pathway to the Stars was presented by 98-year-old Flossy Keesely a philanthropist who has maintained a long-standing interest for helping people. Ms. Keesely is dedicated to raising scholarship funds to assist students in pursuing a degree in production, television and communications at Lynn University. I love to see young people get the opportunity to show their talent, said Keesely. The theme of the concert was past, present, and future. Therefore, talents from various generations were displayed from young children to performers in their 80s. Entertainers included: Broadway Ziegfeld Entertainers, Mark and Rio, Francois Szony and Donna Shelley, Doug Crosley, Baritone, Betsy Wickward, Florida Follies, The Vogans, Reima Sang,Margo Joy, Soprano, Brett Loewenstern, Briana Kahane, Megan Saslo, Lizzie Sider, Melanie Sierra, and Boca Boys Music is a release to me, said American Idol finalist Brett Loewenstern. Loewenstern says that regardless of having 10 or ten million fans, as long as your message is heard thats all that matters. His message is to be yourself. Love yourself. When you are blessed with a gift you should share it with the world, said Loewenstern. Pianist Reima Sang says that a song with a positive message needs to be heard. Originally from China Town, NY Sang began playing the piano at age 7. She is also a private coach and teacher for students with special needs at Miami Dade College. The world is a better place because of music and the arts, said Sang. For guitarist Lukas of Boca Boys, Pathway to the Stars was his first live on-stage performance. I want to play for a better world, said guitarist Lukas of Boca Boys. I want to express the message of peace and love. For me, to play here is a dream, said Lukas. This is a great event supporting a great cause, said Boca Boys drummer Jordan Meyers. Flossy is a philanthropist who is generous and supportive to our community. Singer Doug Crosley also feels that Flossy is generous, compassionate, and charitable. I met Flossy 12 years ago singing with The Zig feld Follies Show, said Crosley. Weve been friends ever since. Crosley performed Oh What a Beautiful Morning, and Surrey With The Fringe on Top. Only the last 10 years did this singer realize what performing truly means. It is a feeling within yourself, said Crosley. I dont know what happens but you realize every note and word you sing is important. The show ended with the entire cast and audience sing ing God Bless America in harmony under a crisp, cloudless, moonlit sky. The show was very entertaining and eclectically different, said 40-year-old spec tator Matoskah Bear. They all had their own something special. Were very thankful for the generous work Flossy contributes, said special events coordinator Becky Self. Flossy is truly sincere and sweet in everything she does. She brings the community together and makes it a better place.library, should be finished a year from now, officials said. The new library will be about 40,000 square feet. The city has yet to announce what it will do with the present building adjacent to the police sta tion. Addressing the crowd during the late-afternoon ceremony, Mayor Whelchel noted the multitude of people who have had a hand in this. She said it has been the subject of a vast number of meetings. I dont know if anything has been vetted as much as this library. She said the structure will be a landmark building in Boca Raton. Also speaking at the ceremony were Recreation Director Mickey Gomez, Friends of the Library President Susan Sosin, Library Advisory Board chair Kate Greene, Mike Kaufman, of Kaufman Lynn Construction and Douglas Mummaw, president of the Rotary Club of Boca Raton The architectural firm PGAL has designed the building and interior. Kaufman Lynn which completed the Spanish River Library and has built several other buildings in the city will handle construction. The project is being funded with $10 from the 2003 bond issue. Friends of the Boca Library have also donated $250,000 and the Rotary Club of Boca Raton presented a $50,000 check to create a youth ac tivities center at the new library.The Boca Raton Tribune Community News see pics pg. 16 On Her Birthday, Flossy Keesely gives Boca Raton a Present; 4th Annual Pathway To The Stars Concert a SuccessBoca Raton Breaks Ground for Long-Awaited New Downtown Library Seated are Douglas Mummaw and Mayor Susan Whelchel. Standing is Mickey Gomez. Presentation of Rotary Club of Boca Ratons $50,000 gift to the new library. Brianna Kahane holding Flossys dog Schatzi, Flossy Keesely, Brooke Kahane (7)


4 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.Meet the Author Session Booked at Boca Raton Childrens MuseumBOCA RATON The Boca Raton Childrens Museum will host award winning author Lisa Manzione on Sunday, 29 April, from 2:00 3:30 pm. There will be a book signing and reading of The Adventures of Bella & Harry. Visitors will travel the world with Bella and Harry, two spunky, globe-trotting Chihuahuas as they embark on exciting adventures through Paris, Venice and London. The suggested donation for the program is of $10 per family. For this, visitors will receive free admission to the Museum after the book signing and reading. Books will be available for purchase at the signing for $16.95 each. For further information, contact Jayne Morrison at 561.368.6875 or mailto:jayne@cmboca. org The Childrens Museum is a hands-on museum specializing in programs for children, highlighting the arts, sciences and humanities. It is located at 498 Crawford Boulevard, Boca Raton. Museum hours are Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 4 pm Admission is $5 per person; infants (non-walkers) are free. Call 561-368.6875 or visit www.cmboca.org.Lisa Manzione CARS $35.00 TRUCKS $45.00 SUVs $55.00 INTERIOR & EXTERIOR (954) 588-6001 *5% DISCOUNT ON ALL REFERRALS* VICKIES MOBILE AUTO DETAILING We Come To You!!! ALL WASHES INCLUDE WAX VICKIES Mobile Auto Detailing GALLERY 22320 ESPLANADE #53 Royal Palm Place Boca Raton, FL 33432Store #53 GET REAL!Signature LinePhoto by Denise Felice www.yaacovheller.com 561.347.1677


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6 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Boca High Earns National Association of Student Councils AwardBOCA RATON -For its exemplary record of leadership, service, and activities that serve to improve the school and community, Boca Raton Community High has been awarded a 2012 National Gold Council of Excellence Award by the National Association of Student Councils (NASC). Nearly 180 high school councils were named National Councils of Excellence. Of those, 163 received the highly-esteemed honor of being named National Gold Councils of Excellence. Boca Raton Community High is one of 10 high school councils in Florida to achieve the Gold level. Receiving an NASC Na tional Gold Council of Excellence Award reflects the highest dedication on the part of the local school to providing a strong, well-rounded student council program, said Jeff Sherrill, associate director of NASC. NASC applauds the work of the National Gold Councils of Excellence and challenges them to continue their leadership and service to their schools and communities. The National Association of Student Councils (NASC) promotes and provides leadership development opportunities to prepare and empower students to serve their schools and communities. NASC is a program of the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP). The NASSPthe preeminent organization and national voice for middle level and high school leadersalso sponsors the National Honor Society (NHS) and the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS), which recognizes outstanding middle level and high school students who demonstrate excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. April 24, 2012 Marks 97th Anniversary of the Armenian GenocideBy Cameron McCaffrey The Armenian Genocide was a tragic death campaign carried out by the Turks from the mid-1910s to the early 1920s which led to the eradication of over half of all of the Armenians on the planet at the timeto be precise, the years 1915 and 1916. This event also influenced future generations and played a significant role in a little-known fact: that Adolf Hitler was influenced by this event to carry out his infaamous Holocaust murder spree which led to the decimation of millions, includ ing seventy-five percent of all of the Jews that lived in Europe at the time. Adolf Hitler, Chancellor of Nazi Germany (1933-45), is on record for having said: Who, after all, speaks today of the annihilation of the Armenians? Approximately 1.5 mil lion Armenians perished during the Armenian Genocide, and about 500,000 oth ers were evicted from their ancestral homeland. In this current day and age, the government of Turkey regularly expresses denial of the Armenian Genocide ever having transpired, claiming that Armenian indi viduals merely experienced removal out of the warzone that resided in the East. The primary issue and concern at play here is politics, with some justifying American failure to acknowledge the event by saying that with wars taking place in that part of the world, America could not afford to insult the strongest regional NATO ally. Congress has consistently refused to officially recognize the Armenian Genocide, despite the fact that legislation to do so has been introduced over and over as far back as the 98th Congress (1982-1984) and as recently as the 111th Congress (2009-2010). Today, genocide is also still being attempted in plac es like Somalia, yet receives little attention. For anyone reading this, make no mistakesilence IS complicity, and turning a blind eye does not absolve one from responsibility. History is doomed to continuously repeat itself until the world takes decisive and enduring action. On March 19th of this year, Senators Robert Menendez and Mark Kirk officially introduced a new Armenian Genocide Resolution (S. Res 399), with Senator Menendez stating that it is time for the United States to join the nineteen nations including Belgium, Canada, France, Italy and the European Union that have formally recognized the actions carried out by the Ottoman Empire from 1915 to 1923 as genocide. Senator Kirk was quoted as saying that the Armenian Genocide is welldocumented and formally recognized by 11 NATO allies and the European Union. This resolution accurately characterizes the events of 1915-1923 as genocide, honors the memory of the victims, and strengthens Americas moral leadership on human rights and the prevention of mass atrocities around the world. Perhaps this time the U.S. will finally do what it should have done so many years ago. Historic Town Hall Named Top Civic Building In AIA CompetitionBy: Guadalupe Monarrez On April 18th, the Florida Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) named Old Boca Ra ton Town Hall the top civic building in its Florida Ar chitecture: 100 Years, 100 Places competition. Cele brating their 100th anniversary, the online competition gave voters the opportunity to award the top architec tural buildings in the state of Florida. The Fontainebleau Miami Beach received the most votes to win the contest, but members of the AIA also recognized 13 buildings in separate categories, including Old Town Hall. The achievement could not have occurred at a better time for the Boca Ra ton Historical Society & Museum, which is located in the restored Town Hall. The non-profit organization celebrated their 40th anniversary on Thursday, April 26th. We are very excited about receiving the award. Not only is it a source of publicity for the Town Hall and the Historic Society, but it is a source of pride for the community, said Susan Gillis, the curator of the Boca Raton Historical Society. In 1925, Addison Mizner was appointed city planner by the town commission. Mizner had many responsibilities, including the design of Boca Ratons city hall. However, his designs proved to be too costly for the town commission. Delray Beach architect William Alsmeyer completed the design of the building and it was built in 1927. Although Alsmeyer did not use Mizners original designs, the building was constructed using supplies from Mizner Indus tries. Old Town Hall is designed in a Mission Style. The exterior of the two story building features a gold domed bell tower, arched windows and doors, and iron grilles. The iron grilles are reminiscent of the Spanish Style and of Mizners designs. The interior features the original tiles, wood flooring, and gates provided by Mizner Industries. The completion of the hall served many purposes for the community. The police and fire department were located in the building, people payed their taxes here, and it even served as a sanctuary for civilians when hurricanes impacted the area. All civilian activity, including marriages and memorials, oc curred in the building. The space was very functional, acknowledged Gillis of the structures importance. The Historical Society uses the building as a museum to showcase a variety of exhibits. Currently, there are 3 exhibits on display. The Mizner Apartment Collection exhibit contains Addison Mizners antique furnishings and belongings from his Palm Beach home. The Mizner Indus tries/Mizner Style exhibit includes items from Mizner Industries. The Sentimental Journey: Boca Raton During World War II exhibit will be displayed until June 15th. The display contains photographs of the Army Air Corps training base, currently Florida Atlantic Universitys campus. The purpose of AIAs competition was to encourage Floridians to learn about the structures in their communities and their historical value. Gillis mentions, We receive about 25,000 visitors each year. We provide guided tours of all our exhibits in Town Hall, as well as other historic sites and buildings, for anyone who is interested in learning about their history. Old Boca Raton Town Hall is located at 71 North Federal Highway. For more information on guided tours of all historic locations in Boca Raton, call 561-3956766 or visit www.bocahis tory.org.


7 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97 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.About 3,200 people con verged upon FAUs Boca Raton campus for the Pap Corps 12th Annual Walkathon raising $250,000 for cancer research. This event is the only corps-wide, public celebration of the charityas 60th year, a great milestone for the largest all-volunteer organization in the United States dedicated solely to funding research on ALL TYPES of cancer. The event had a festive feel as walkers returned from their lap around the campus to partake in a deli cious tailgate barbeque while enjoying a live band, danc ers, games, Dolphin Cheerleader appearances and so much more. We were delighted to once again have former WPTV anchor Jim Sackett be our emcee and kick off the festivities, said Sheila Alper, event co-chair. This years Walkathon really had a special feel to it. We received so much support from all of the Pap Corps chap ters and the community. And we are thrilled to have raised so much money for cancer research. Our walkathon is a celebration, said Rita Seiff. There were so many amaz ing stories of people sharing their triumphs over cancer. And to see the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center doctors interacting with all of our members makes us truly remember why we work so hard to make these events a success. The Pap Corps has donated over $40 million to cancer research since 1952; more than $29 million in the last ten years alone. These funds provide the seed money for vital research programs at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, South Floridas only universitybased cancer center. To join or to find out more, please visit www.pap corps.org.April 24, 2012, Boca Raton, FL Its like Indi ana Jones meets Leonar do Da Vinci adventure meets art at Boca Raton Childrens Museum this summer. The Museum just unveiled their 2012 Summer Camp Program called Adventure in the Arts. Activities will include: Adriani Teatro return to the museum to share their internationally acclaimed mask-making and drama workshops. Campers will be the stars of their own performance. tion with artist Katie Hahner with Chef Christopher Fread, 2010 Best Teen Chef of Fort Lauderdale Buckley Griffis and Music with international violin sensation Amber Lee Most area summer camps are so congested and the campers simply dont receive the personal attention they will receive at Boca Raton Childrens Museum summer camp, said Jayne Morrison, Camp Director. Generations of children have discovered art through our summer camps and parents love the individu alized attention given to their children. The Boca Raton Childrens Museum summer camps will begin in July and run for six weeks from July 2nd thru August 10th. The camp will be held in the Rickards House, the newly con structed replica of the first house built in Boca Raton. For more information or to register for the camp please contact Jayne Morrison at jayne@cmboca.org or call (561) 3686875. The Mission of the Boca Raton Childrens Museum is to develop creative and critical thinking skills in children through exposure to the arts and humanities integrated with history and science. It is located at 498 Crawford Boulevard, Boca Raton, Florida. For more information about the Childrens Museum, visit www.cmboca.org.COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL see pics on pg.17Boca Raton Childrens Museum Announces 2012 Summer Camp Pap Corps 12th Annual Walkathon and Tailgate Party Raises $250,000 Ocean Breeze Golf and Country Club Presents. . ITALIAN NIGHT WEDNESDAY MAY 2WHERE: OCEAN BREEZE CLUBHOUSE WHEN: WEDNESDAY MAY 2ND TIME: 5:30 P.M. 9:00 P.M. COST: $12.95++ includes a glass of wine or cocktail, salad and rolls WELCOME: ANYONE AND EVERYONE Create your own personalized meal and watch it be prepared as you wait. Choose between 3 types of pasta, 4 sauces and 14 different ingredients including: Grilled chicken, meatballs, shrimp, sausage, roasted pep pers, sun dried tomatoes, carmelized onions, broccoli, mushrooms, olives and many more. . Call today and make your reservation (561) 994-0400 ext. 273Ocean Breeze Golf & CC | 5800 NW 2nd Ave., Boca Raton, FL., 33487 | (561) 994-0400 PTA/PTSA Council Awards Scholarships to Volunteers, Two From BocaBOCA RATON -The Palm Beach County Council of PTA/PTSA has awarded three scholarships to active PTA volunteers, two of them from Boca Raton. The council selected two graduating seniors and an adult volunteer to each receive $500 to help offset the cost of their future educational endeavors. Winners were chosen based on an original essay and letters of recommendation. Student applicants wrote essays responding to the prompt Being a PTA member means while adult applicants wrote essays that shared their thoughts about PTAEmpowering Families! Winners were: Larry Harris, a PTSA volunteer as well as a teacher at Omni Middle School in Boca Raton. His passion to inspire students to be educated and healthy generated an idea to train a group of kids for the Palm Beach Half Marathon. The goal: inspire the entire school to exercise and eat better. Together the PTSA and Mr. Harris developed a rigorous training schedule, running routes were varied with the help of a hunted down Garmin GPS watch; the students training was the subject of a local newspaper article, and PTSA parents provided breakfast on long run days. Setutsi Dennis, a senior and active student volunteer at Spanish River High School. He stated, Being a PTSA member means being a part of something much larger than yourself! Setutsis scholarship application shows that she has always been an active student and volunteer at her school from the Step Team to Student Government. However, it wasnt until a PTSA mom casually asked Why havent you joined PTSA? You participate in all our events that she joined PTSA. After two years Setutsi said that by being a member of PTSA, Ive learned by example that doing for the greater good is better than doing for myself. The grandeur of our PTSA is quite humbling and being a part of it really means the world to me The third winner was Wallis Stormont OHagan, a PTSA vicepresident and active senior at Suncoast High School. She shared that being a PTSA means opportunity and she embraced the opportunity to create a learning community that is both constructive and beneficial. The Palm Beach County Council of PTA/PTSA is a member of the largest advocacy group for children in the nation. PTA is comprised of millions of families, students, teachers, administrators, and business and community leaders devoted to the educational success of children and the promotion of parent involvement in schools. PTA is a registered 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization that prides itself on being a powerful voice for all children, a relevant resource for families and communities, and a strong advocate for public education. Membership in PTA is open to anyone who wants to be involved and make a difference for the education, health, and welfare of children and youth. For more information, contact Jennifer Martinez, president, 561.254.9513 or palmbeachcountypta@yahoo.com


8 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.To the Tribune: Thank you for the coverage you provided for the 11th Annual Men with Caring Hearts awards luncheon, hosted by Florence Fuller Child Development Centers, which took place April 26 at Boca West Country Club. We always appreciate the Tribunes support. Sincerely, Jennifer Mahoney Director of Marketing and Grants Florence Fuller Child Development Centers To the editor: Our 2012 Business Awards Luncheon will honor outstanding leadership in our community on Thursday, May 17, at the Boca Raton Resort & Club. Come celebrate our 2012 Business Leader of the year Rick Konsavage of Ocean properties, our 2012 Small Business Leader of the Year Jason Doherty of R2 Unified Technologies and our 2012 Business of the Year, Florida Atlantic University. Sincerely, Troy McLellan, CCE, President and CEO Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce To the editor: Just a reminder that this years Walk of Recognition ceremony Thursday, May 3 at 5:30 under the Mizner Statue in Royal Palm Place is open to the community. Thank you for your annual show of support. Sincerely, Mary Csar Executive Director Boca Raton Historical SocietyI used to think that wealthy people had a certain air of sophistication. Sure, they live in fancy dwellings and drive expensive cars, but I thought that kind life also came with impec cable behavior. Right now, Id give that conclusion a conditional WRONG. You see, Im not talking about rich people in general. Im talking about the type of behavior that happens when you put a TV camera in front of them. I have watched Donald Trumps Apprentice program since it first aired. And at first, I admired the premise. Take some intelligent people and put them on teams to work as apprentices for The Donald. Create a competitive atmosphere and let the teams have at it. If a team wins, it remains intact. If a team loses, someone gets fired. Trump has done wonders with that Youre fired line. And undoubtedly, hes made a lot of money from the program. But then he turned to the dark side. He created something called Celebrity Apprentice. The premise is basically the same, but the celebrities raise money for charities. But over the past several seasons, his celebrities and what a motley crew they have been developed into petty arguers with heavy egos and little desire to cooperate. What they do bring to the table, unfortunately, is either a lot of money or friends with a lot of money. This really turns the Apprentice concept on its ear. For many of the tasks, the competitors dont really have to do very much. They just get out their Smartphones and call a friend. Sudden, in comes a check for $5,000 or $50,000 or more. Thus, a program that was set up to spotlight the talents of various individuals turns into a competition to see who has the wealthiest friends. Not only that, the people who come on Celebrity Apprentice love to battle. Some are worse than others, but nearly everyone seems to have a nasty streak that comes out in some manner either during the task or in the famous boardroom. Now, The Donald even has his kids involved. The little Donald, The Ivanka and The Eric. (What happened to The Tiffany and The Baron? Maybe in a future season.) Just consider who is or was -on the show this year. I watched because I am a fan of George Takei. He is much more than just the actor who played Sulu on Star Trek. I have seen him in person and he is very intelligent and well spoken. He got booted off early in the season by basically falling on his sword. He was the project manager for a failed effort. He took the fall and Trump gave him the dump. Ditto for Penn Jillette. He is a funny, intelligent and quiet man. He finally got bounced. Im glad. Because I think they dont belong with the people who remain. Some of these people are just plain bad. Lisa Lampanelli, a comedienne I have never heard of, must have the foulest mouth in the world. Sailors would cringe at her vocabulary. Aubrey ODay, who I never heard of either, has flaming red hair, but little is going on inside her head. She has spent the season dumping on people and taking the credit for doing everything, whether she did it or not. On one show, when her colleagues dumped on her, she walked out. The kid cant take it. But she did return. Clay Aiken isnt that nice little kid we met on American Idol. Hes got an attitude. So have Arsenio Hall, Lou Ferrigno and Teresa Guidice, the Housewives of New Jersey star. And the others, well. At the end of the day, though, I must admit I continue to watch the show. So either Im a little nuts or maybe I should be fired. 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9 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. By Douglas HeizerTHOUGHTS FROM THE PUBLISHER EDITORIALS & LETTERS East/West Boca Raton, FL By Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr.POSITIVE LIVING Its Okay to Change Your Mind!Any person behind the wheel of a car will occasionally discover to be driving in the wrong direction. In such situations, a U-turn is not only possible, but necessary as a correc tive measure! By so doing one regains the proper perspective and recovers the right aim for that trip. In lifes journey the same often occurs. A person can be unexpectedly distracted by varied, alluring signs, easily deviating into unplanned detours and possibly getting lost, instead of remaining in the main highway which can lead to ones planned destination. Obviously, it would be most foolish to persist in a certain trajectory if, by remaining there, the end of the line would be unknown, and the results of getting there could be injurious to the traveler. Not only would one be lost but it might also be nearly impossible to find the way back to certainty and safety. An old proverb declares that all roads lead to Rome. This might have been true or not! From our own domicile we can utilize different, alterna tive pathways to reach a certain place known to us. But in other journeys wed better pay attention to the map, carefully observe all road signs, measure our time, and do all that ensures our safe arrival at the planned location. As you attempt to live life to the fullest, its imperative that you re-check your road map with regularity and realistically determine whether you are going forward or simply moving around in circles. Are you finding more obstacles than you had anticipated, or is your pathway free from any obstruc tions? Yet, even with barriers you can still reach your goal on the basis of persistence and determination! Whatever new course of ac tion may be called for, you still have the opportunity to change your mind in order to correct any situation, to remove any obstacle, to proceed with caution but also with dispatch in the pathway set before you. Its imperative to act wisely in any endeavor, to measure potential consequences in advance, to project the time and other factors necessary for travel in a certain terrain, and to reach the anticipated terminal. As Dr. George Sweeting put it, single-mindedness is necessary for a pursuit of excellence. At the same time, it is equally paramount to acknowledge other options always before you, fearing no ill if the changes you make are for your own benefit. God Himself requires a change of mind when, by His grace, you can improve your condition and remain under His watch for the continual repairs necessary throughout lifes pilgrimage. For a God-fearing person, the possibility of success is ever present, and its very real. God loves you just the way you are, John L. Mason reminds us, but He loves you too much to leave you the way you are.Those of us at the Boca Raton Tribune are joining together with pride today to announce that the long-awaited Delray Beach Tribune is now available as in print edition form. Weve been hinting at it for the past few weeks, including a page of Delray Beach Tribune news in the Boca Raton Tribune. We congratulate everyone who has worked to make Delrays newest and best newspaper a reality, in particular, C. Ron Allen, the managing editor. He has a tremendous background in the newspaper industry along with much expertise in covering Delray Beach. Theres no finer a person to handle the job of making the Delray Beach Tribune the success that the Boca Ra ton Tribune has been. Those of you who have been reading the Boca Ra ton Tribune for more than two years may understand how we operate. The Boca Tribune began as a website back in 2010. The site gained readership until it was strong enough to spin off a print edition. But we still keep the Boca Tribune website up to date on breaking and indepth news to keep the community informed. The same thing happened with the Delray Beach Tribune. C. Ron Allen began the task of putting together a website soon after the Boca Raton Tribune hit the streets. It has always been our intention to put the Delray Tribune into print, but not before it developed its own following. And we are very happy to report that many Delray residents go to delraybeachtribune.com to get their news about local events. We think C. Ron Allen has done a wonderful job covering Delray Beach, calling upon his sources and acquaintances to produce great coverage. We commend him and look forward to seeing how the Delray Beach Tribune works as a print edition. It will begin as a monthly edition, with hopes that it will soon go to every other week and then to weekly. The Boca Tribune took a similar path, starting as a website, then going to print every other week and then weekly in October of 2010. It has remained weekly since then. The fact that we have put two newspapers into print in just over two years is a testa ment to the strength of our business plan. We will also continue to work on the Coral Springs Tribune website so that it can be spun of as a print product in the future. Editor David Volz is also doing a tremendous job on that site, working hard in the neighborhood to bring the news to everyone in that Broward County community. The Tribune organization is proud of what it has done, despite a general downturn in newspaper readership na tionwide and a very difficult economy. But we have been able to turn opportunities into reality. We are really not the ones responsible for the success of these websites and publica tions. It is you, our readers, who have kept us alive and we continue to work to serve you with the best news coverage in the area. We will let you know when we make our next big move. In the meantime, God Bless America! 561-208-6029 Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr. is a Florida resident who, for many years, was a professor at the post-graduate level. He is a writer, a sought-after conference speaker, a man 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. Read All About it. The Delray Beach Tribune is Here


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11 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97 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 Boca Raton Regional Hospital Foundation has received a $5 million gift from Barbara and Dick Schmidt and the Schmidt Family Foundation for the Marcus Neuroscience Institute. Scheduled to open in 2014, the Marcus Neuroscience Institute will serve as a state-of-the-art center of care for neurologic and neurosurgical patients and will transform the landscape of clinical capabilities available in the region. The Institute was established with a recently announced gift from Billi and Bernie Marcus and the Marcus Foundation. The Schmidt gift will be used to help fund the construction of a new 52,000 square foot addition to the hospital which will house the Marcus Neuroscience Institute and be named the Schmidt Family Pavilion. It will contain a 22-bed neuro intensive care and stepdown unit, two dedicated operating rooms equipped with intraoperative MRI, and the latest technology. We believe the Marcus Neuroscience Institute is the most important new development in healthcare in South Florida, said Dick Schmidt. It will serve as a destination for expert neurological care from the finest physicians and clinicians coupled with the most advanced technology. The Marcus Neuroscience Institute will transform the lives of many patients suffering from memory and movement disorders, as well as other neurological conditions. We are very excited to be a part of bringing this incredibly important service to Boca Raton Regional Hospital. The Schmidt family has a multi-generational legacy of support for Boca Raton Regional Hospital. Dicks parents, Charles and Dorothy Schmidt, were early contributors to the effort to build the hospital in the mid-60s. Dick and his wife Barbara and the Schmidt Family Foundation have given several philanthropic gifts to the Lynn Cancer Institute. In addition, Dick Schmidt has just completed his tenure as two-term chairman of the Hospital Board of Trustees. The Schmidts announced the gift at the Foundations Philanthropy Guild Reception, held annually to recognize the hospitals most generous donors. During his final remarks as Hospital chairman, Dick Schmidt presented a $5 million check to Jan Savarick, president of the Boca Raton Regional Hospital Founda tion. He encouraged those in attendance to join him in supporting the Hospitals services, including the Marcus Neuroscience Institute, the Christine E. Lynn Womens Health & Wellness Institute, the Wold Family Center for Emergency Medicine, the Christine E. Lynn Heart & Vascular Institute and the Eugene M. & Christine E. Lynn Cancer Institute, housed in the Harvey & Phyllis Sandler Pavilion. We are so appreciative of the Schmidt familys commitment to the Hospital, said Jan Savarick. Their leadership and legacy of philanthropy has saved many lives and continues to make a difference for so many in our community and in the region. Municipal NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune Boca Hospital Foundation Gets $5M from Schmidt Family for Marcus Neuroscience Institute Dick and Barbara Schmidt. Boca Raton Regional Hospital .$15M Construction Improvement Plan Progresses at St. Andrews Country ClubBOCA RATON -A $15 million club construction improvement plan has begun at St. Andrews Country Club with the redesign of multiple areas including the clubhouse, two restaurants, main entry features and landscaping, and the recreation and aquatic center. The construction improvement plan is expected to take three phases of development with a target completion date of November 2014. Phase I of the plan encompasses the clubhouse front entry landscaping and lighting, Old Course bunkers, the mens card room and both mens and ladies locker rooms and will start this summer. Phase II will begin in April 2013 and includes the recreation and aquatic center and extensive clubhouse enhancements and updates to the dining and lounge areas. Phase III will begin June 2014 with functional and practical improvements to Lakeside, a free-standing dining and entertainment facility. We are pleased that the members and Board of Governors are fully committed to the new strategic direc tion the club is taking over the next few years, said Michael Goldman, president of St. Andrews Country Club Board of Governors. The end result will be to attract younger members to the community and the club stra tegic improvement plan is a major step forward in accomplishing this goal. When asked about the financing of the plan, Goldman responded, By taking advantage of todays low interest rates, St. Andrews Country Club members were able to finance the $15 million project with no increase in fees and no additional assessment. It is important that we continue to improve the club and facilities while being mindful of current economic conditions and the importance of not placing additional monetary burdens on the membership. Many prospective members seeking real estate in private residential communities are attracted to those clubs offering great upgraded fa cilities, reputable service and family-oriented amenities. The 3-year strategic improvement plan provides a roadmap for the club and facility upgrades, replacements or expansion that meets the needs of current and future members. The most important enhancements from the construction improvement plan are to the recreation and dining areas that will encourage and promote spaces for families of all ages to enjoy, added Craig D. Martin C.C.M., St. Andrews Country Club chief operating officer and general manager. St. Andrews Country Club has been the leader in the Boca Raton market for setting the benchmark on standards of excellence. Our goal is to protect our members real estate interests and investments while attracting new members who appreciate the highest quality of facilities and service. Over the past four years, the private country club has embarked on a project by project improvement plan including a new roof, new greens on the Old Course, reclaimed water irrigation system and most recently a new air conditioning system. St. Andrews Country Club of Boca Raton, a resident-only Platinum Club of America and an Emerald Club of America, is internationally recognized for magnificent estate residences. The club features two 18-hole championship golf courses, including an Arnold Palmer Signature Design. The club offers a comprehensive Golf Performance Center with an indoor hitting bay, private practice area, covered patio with complimentary beverage station, state of the art Callaway Golf branded club fitting area. The club also includes 15 clay tennis courts, including a European red clay court, a full service spa and fitness center and a 125,000 square foot clubhouse in the center of it all.


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13 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97 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.On May 5th., The Rotary Club of Boca Raton will produce the 9th Annual Future Stars Performing Arts Competition at the Keith C. & Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center on the Lynn University Campus. Featuring South Floridas finest middle and high school vocal & dance artists, these students will compete to be this years Future Star Winner. Once, again Rick Taylor(Past Rotary President and Executive Producer) will lead 40 plus, amazingly talented Rotarian volunteers to produce one of the most professional events these students will possibly ever perform in, says current president Doug Mummaw. 50 young artists will compete for best Middle and High School Vocalist, Solo Dance & Group Dance Artists. Schools throughout south florida will be represented. Flossy Keesely, Founder of Flossy Keeselys Dream Foundation will once again headline the Rotary Club of Boca Ratons Community Partners. This is the 4th year Flossy has been involved with the Competition and past winners of Future Stars recently performed at Flossys Pathway to the Stars Musical Showcase. This is a free concert to the city of Boca Ra tons citizens. Flossys show included past present and future stars performers. Flossy is also a Rotarian in the Club. This year, there are more young men competing and at a surprising high level of talent. Some of these young artists are going to surprise both their competitors and the audience, says Executive Producer Rick Taylor. Solo and group dance will be spectacular. The Wold theater was used last Spring to showcase past Future Stars winning choreographer, Billy Bell and his dance group collective who performed Origins. The Wold theater is one of the finest venues in the area and the dance presentations will be incredible , says Show Production Manager Michael Berkman. Tickets are available at www.lynn.tix.com. The Competition begins at 7:00 pm on May 5th, 2012. Please contact Doug Mummaw at 561.239.2539 for further information. All proceeds raised benefit the The Rotary Club of Boca Ratons Chang ing Lives & Building Futures Scholarship Programs. B The Boca Raton Tribune BOCA LIFE & ARTSSECTION See page 19 See page 18Future Stars Performing Arts Competition Satur day at Lynn UniversityFOOD REVIEW The Rotary Club of Boca Raton to Produce the 9th Annual Future Stars Performing Arts CompetitionENTERTAINMENT


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15 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97 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 Luxury Chamber sponsored a networking event at Philippe Chow, 200 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton, featuring Congressional candidate Adam Hasner, who announced his 3 p.m.campaign office opening and rally with two term Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty on Friday, April 20 at 4800 NW Boca Ra ton Blvd. followed by an Open House from 4 to 6 p.m.B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL see pics pg.16 BRT BRT BRT BRT BRTLuxury Chamber Network With Adam Hasner Third PROPEL Fine Wines and Canines a Howling SuccessBy Skip Sheffield Boca Raton went to the dogs Wednesday, April 18, and thats a good thing. The third annual Fine Wine and Canines fundraiser to benefit PROPEL was far and away the greatest success so far, with more than 120 dogs and 400 humans in attendance at the Monument Plaza of Royal Palm Place. We know there were at least 120 dogs because we ran out of tags, said event co-chair Elizabeth Hevert. The amazing thing was that the dogs got along so well. They seem to sense they were at a party. PROPEL (People Reaching Out to Provide Education and Leadership offers assistant and guidance to more than 60 lower income or at-risk youth in the Boca Raton area. Fine Wine and Ca nines is one of two yearly fundraiser events. The other is a PROPEL Classic golf tournament held in the fall. A portion of the proceeds goes toward PROPEL scholarships, administered through the George Snow Foundation. Jeffrey Pepper, an AKC professional judge, drove from Palm Beach Gardens and volunteered his time as judge of a loosely-designed dog competition. Pepper travels the world judg ing canine events such as the Westminster Kennel Dog Show, but the PROPEL event is decidedly less formal. Pepper is also President of the Palm Beach Dog Club. Its always fun to play around a bit at a dog competition, said Pepper. People take things far too seriously. I tried to engage people. I actually asked the audience to judge the best costume by applause. Nineteen top restaurants from Royal Palm Place and other Boca Raton locations donated food from sample sta tions at the event. Wine was donated by Opici Wines of Palm Beach and spirits were donated by Blue Martini and Skinny Margarita. Also donating their time were professional musicians Angel Curras and Mary Eiland. I think its safe to say that we raised close to $10,000, commented Michael Daszkal, CPA, who volunteers as trea surer of PROPEL. The will help the PROPEL organization, and I think everyone had a good time. PROPEL has only one full-time employee, executive director Tolliver Miller. Approximately 40 people of all ages volunteered to make Fine Wines and Canines happen. When a function such as our Fine Wine and Canines is a success, we have to thank many people, said Miller. The credit starts with the planning committee and goes to the sponsors, vendors, volunteers and guests. We appreciate your support of our participants and programs. For more information, go to www.propelyourfuture.com or call 561955-8553.see pics pg.20


16 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL GLADES MEDICAL GROUP Services Include: Medicare + Most Insurances Ageless Energetics @ Glades Medical Group 561-394-3088 Any chemical peel or Botox injection only $199 SPOTLIGHT 131 108 171On Her Birthday, Flossy Keesely Gives Boca Raton a Present; 4th Annual Pathway To The Stars Concert a Success Brianna Kahane, 10 year old violinist, holding violin Flossy Keesely & Doug Crosley Brianna Kahane playing violin Flossy Keesely with birthday balloon bouquet, 98 years old. 082 093


17 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97 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 B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL Pap Corps 12th Annual Walkathon and Tailgate Party Raises $250,000 Jake, Hope and Kyle Greene Norman Fass, Elly Greenberg, Jack Baron Brett Hartstein, Lillian Hartstein, Cory Hartstein Naomi Prever, Jim Sackett, Sheila Alper Johnathon Greene, Dr. Richard Komotor Claudia Slutksy, Katie Terwilliger, Ahley Centauro PALM BEACH COUNTY Osprey Point GC(561) 482-286812551 Glades Rd. West Boca Raton All rates are plus tax 4/30/12 through 6/30/12*W/END & HOLIDAY RATES SLIGHTLY HIGHER20% OFF golf through Dec. 2012 10% OFF golf Jan. March 2013Play for only $18.87 + tax every Monday (May October) And Much More! For More Information Visit UsAt WWW.PBCGOLF.COMProfessional Instruction provided by:2012-13 Frequent Player Card ON SALE NOW! Save $$$ Year Round!$60.00 (PBC Resident) $85.00 (Non-PBC Res.) *18 Hole Rates with cartBEFORE 11:30am $32.00 11:30am 4:00pm $29.00 AFTER 3:00pm $19.00


18 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Old Place Asian Bistro and Bar centers on standard and unusual Chinese offerings plus a few tastes of Thai. Located at 2885 Federal Highway in Delray Beach (561-266-9298) they offer dining inside for 150 and another 20 on their patio. 10 sections of the menu total 108 dishes, their combinations another 35 and their chefs selections 14 more spicy dishes well marked. This reviewer and 3 foodies enjoy sampling such standards as plump, well filled egg rolls and spring rolls, both with above average taste. Both pork steamed dumplings and the shrimp steamed dumplings were light pockets of fine flavor. My soft shell crab was tasty but not crispy, which I much prefer. Owner Michael Chang suggested the House Special Wonton Soup a very nice broth with vegetables, shrimp and more! Their hot and sour soup was great with a discernible bite and after bite a must try. We sampled a sweet Pad Thai shrimp full flavored with good size shrimp in the excellent sauce. Chicken with ginger root then chicken with eggplant were both enjoyable. There is a special menu with dishes described in Chinese for their Chinese following. Michael described and presented a great Chinese style basil chicken which we feasted upon. Ask your server about the extra treat. We enjoyed the duck with plum sauce true duck taste comes through and is delicious! A must try. The average Chinese food goer orders a shrimp with lobster sauce, scallops with snow peas, chicken chow mein and the like. We found them average in taste but we encourage all to seek out their signature dishes. A case in point was the wonderful sliced lamb with garlic sauce, their flavors blended perfectly. Ask your server for suggestions. Old Place, in addition to dine in or take outs, does catering and banquets. Their true Chinese dishes are a cut above with nice sized portions for both lunch and dinner. Luncheon from 11:30PM to 3PM daily, a sunset dinner menu to 6:30PM and full dinners from 5PM to 9:30PM Sundays through Thursdays, 10PM Fridays and Saturdays. Established a year ago, they have a following who appreciates true Chinese foods in liberal portions and at attractive prices. Why notGo and Enjoy! FOOD REVIEWBy Marc Kent Quality Chinese Cuisine at Old Place BistroMoon Over Buffalo to be Performed Friday, May 4 at 7 pm and Saturday, May 5 at 8 pm. West Boca HighBOCA RATON Since its debut in November of 2011 to overwhelming success, West Boca High Schools Drama Department has been asked over and over to bring an encore performance of Ken Ludwigs comedy Moon over Buffalo, directed by Lance Blank, back to audiences! And they have. Performances will be presented May 4-5 at West Boca High School. The story begins with over-the-hill repertory thespians George and Charlotte Hay touring the backwaters of Buffalo, NY in 1953, the end of an era. Touring classical repertory is no longer in fashion, and George and Charlotte are touring with tired versions of Cyrano de Bergerac and Private Lives. The road shows that draw large crowds now are large musicals preferably with star names! But George and Charlotte still carry on, despite the dwindling audiences and their inappropriate roles as young lovers. But fortune has given them one more shot at stardom, as they learn that Frank Capra is en route to Buffalo to catch their matinee performance and consider casting them in his next movie, The Scarlet Pimpernel epic! Meanwhile, a domestic crisis drives George to drink, new and ex-lovers appear, and hilarious misunderstandings and madcap adventures ensue in this farce filled with twists and turns, collisions and mistaken identities, miscommunications, slapstick antics, terrifying swordplay and five doors! Tickets are $15 for all shows. Call the box office for reserved seats at 561-6722066 or come to the box office starting one hour before curtain. All shows are at West Boca High Schools Performing Arts Theatre, 3 miles west of 441 on Glades Road. For more information contact Cheryl Crout 561-672-2064 or email cheryl.crout@palmbeaschools.org.


19 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97 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 Rotary Club of Boca Raton presents the ninth annual Future Stars Performing Arts Competition at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 5 at Wold Performing Arts Theater of Lynn University. This is the first time the competition has been staged in the beautiful new Wold Theater. The previous three shows were outdoors at Mizner Park Amphitheater. We think this is one of the strongest lineups ever, said Rotary President Doug Mummaw. Every one will be very comfortable in the new theater. The Rotary Club is a strong believer in encourag ing and supporting the youth of the community. We are proud to have South Floridas best young talent performing at the new world-class Wold Theater at Lynn University, stated Rotary President-elect Bill Riddick. Performers are divided into four categories. Performing are six Dance Soloists, several Dance Studios; six Middle School Vocalists and 15 High School Vocalists. Pic tured is Pine Crest Schools Lizzie Sider, 13, who will be performing for the third time with Future Stars. Tickets are $35 and $45, to benefit the Rotary Clubs scholarship programs. Call 561-237-9000 or go to www. lynn.edu/tickets.Stereotypes Abound in Funny Think Like a ManThink Like a Man is a shortened title of the self-help book Act Like a Lady, Think like a Man by Steve Harvey. Harvey started out as a stand-up comedian, after stints as a boxer, insurance salesman and mail carrier. Now he is an accomplished author, actor and ra dio and television personality. While Harvey is an AfricanAmerican, his insights into human nature are universal, and thereby lies the appeal of Think Like a Man, brought to the screen by director Tim Story (Barbershop). Harveys unapologetically sexist book (written with Denene Miller) basically says that men are interested in just one thing: sex, which is referred to as The Cookie. Any rational adult knows that there is a lot more in male-female relationships than just that, but when it is played for laughs, it can be funny. With a skilled ensemble of agile comic actors, shallow as it is, Think Like a Man is quite funny. Each of the male and female characters is a stereotype. Dominic (Michael Ealy) is a Dreamer in love with Lauren (Taraji P. Henson), a high-powered business executive. Jeremy (Jerry Ferrara) is a Non-Committer, in a longterm relationship with Kristen (Gabrielle Union). Michael (Terrence Jenkins) is a Mamas Boy who falls for Candace (Regina Hall), a single mom with a young son. Zeke (Romany Malco) is a Player who is out to snare Mya (Meagan Good), a woman who is unsuccessfully trying to hold out for a 90-Day Rule. Bennett (Gary Owen) is a Happily Married Man and Cedric (Kevin Hart), an angry little man with a big chip on his should, is a Happily Divorced Man. The best dialogue is when the guys are together, drinking beer, playing basketball and talking guy stuff. The women do not have a similar opportunity to show much depth to their characters. Nevertheless, Think Like a Man is funny in a neverending battle of the sexes kind of way. In other words, it is not to be taken seriously for a minute. Two and a half starsHoudini Lives Again in MiamiThe acclaimed production of Death and Harry Houdini opens Thursday, April 26 and continues through May 20 in an exclusive South Florida run at Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami. Playwright Nathan Allen has fine-tuned his script for this production, which premiered at the House Theatre of Chicago. The deathdefying illusionist Houdini is played by Dennis Watkins, an actor who is also an awardwinning magician. The highlight of the show is Houdinis infamous Water Torture Cell, in which the magician is locked upside down in a glass tank of water with only as much time to escape as he has air in his lungs. Tickets start at $40. Call 305-949-6722 or go to www. arshtcenter.org.ENTERTAINMENT Future Stars Performing Arts Competition Saturday at Lynn Universitysee page 20 for pics Advent Lutheran Church 300 East Yamato Road Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-395-3632 www.adventboca.org First Church Of Christ, Scientist 566 W Palmetto Park Road Boca Raton, FL 33432 561-391-7689 Armation Lutheran Church 9465 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33434 561-483-6004 First United Methodist Church www.fumcbocaraton.org 625 NE Mizner Blvd. Boca Raton, FL 33432 561-395-1244 Ascension Catholic Church 7250 N Federal Hwy Boca Raton, FL 33487 561-997-5486 Friendship Baptist Church 1422 NE 2nd Court Boca Raton, FL 33432 561-395-6871 Assembly of God Hispanic Church Centro Cristiano Familiar 21121 Oriole Country Rd Boca Raton, FL 33433 561-746-8626 Frontline Christian Center Olympic Heights High Schl 20101 Lyons Rd Boca Raton FL 33434 561-826-0404 www.frontlinechristiancenter.com Ayts Chayim Messianic Synagogue Glades Presbyterian Church 21121 Oriole Country Rd Boca Raton, FL 33428 561-487-3839 Glades Presbyterian Church 21121 Oriole Country Rd Boca Raton, FL 33428 561-477-4898 www.gladespc.com Beth Ami Congregation 1401 NW 4 Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33432 561-347-0031 Gold Coast Christian Cathedral 3200 N Federal Hwy Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-750-5235 Beth Sar Shalom Camino Real Community Church 1551 West Camino Real Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-499-4893 www.bethsarshalom.com Good Shepherd Lutheran Church 6301 SW 18 Street Boca Raton, FL 33433 561-393-7007 B'Nai Torah Congregation 6261 SW 18 Street Boca Raton, FL 33433 561-392-8566 Grace Community Church 600 W Camino Real Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-395-2811 www.graceboca.org Boca Glades Baptist Church 10101 Oriole Country Road Boca Raton, FL 33428 561-483-4228 Iglesia Bautista Hispana 2350 NW 51st St Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-998-8360 Boca Raton Bible Chapel 3900 NW 3rd Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-391-9319 Islamic Center of Boca Raton www.icbr.org 141 NW 20th St., Ste. #A-7 Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-395-7221 Boca Raton Church Of Christ www.achurchofchrist.com 5099 NW 5th Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-395-0738 Jehovah's Witnesses 19230 State Road 7 Boca Raton, FL 33498 561-479-0956 St. Paul Lutheran Church and School 701 West Palmetto Park Road Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-395-0433 Boca Raton Community Church www.bocacommunity.org 470 NW 4th Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33432 561-395-2400 To have your Church listed in the Boca Raton Tribune Worship Directory...Send your information to our Mailing Address at:Boca Raton Tribune, P.O. Box 970593, Boca Raton, FL 33497Journey Church (e) www.bocajourney.com e Kathyrn Lindgren eater B.R. Community High Schl 1501 NW 15 Court Boca Raton, FL 561-420-0606 Boca Raton Synagogue www.brsonline.org Hahn Judaic Campus 7900 Montoya Circle Boca Raton, FL 33433 (561) 394-5732 Kabbalah Learning Centre www.kabbalah.dynip.com 8411 W Palmetto Park Rd Boca Raton, FL 33433 561-488-8826 Boca Raton Synagogue-West www.brsweb.org 21101 95th Ave. South Boca Raton, FL 33428 Kol Ami of Boca Raton Reconstructionist http://kolami.homestead.com 71 N. Federal Hwy. Boca Raton, FL 33432 561-392-0696 Boca West Community United Methodist Church 9087 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33434 561-482-7335 e Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Boca Raton 2601 St. Andrews Blvd. Boca Raton, FL 33434 561-482-2001 Center for Spiritual Living Boca Raton 2 SW 12 Avenue Boca Raton, FL, 33486 561-368-8248 Somboca.com BOCA RATON TRIBUNE W ORSH IP D IRECTOR Y Lizzie Spider


20 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.Future Stars Performing Arts Competition Saturday at Lynn University Women in Business Luncheon From April 21st at Boca Greens Marcy Mielz of Premeir Billing Solutions with Stacey Darville of Cohen Plumbing Lynn Fedoriw and Sonia Jamuna(seated) with Ruth Her man and Bonnie BeinhornThird PROPEL Fine Wines and Canines a Howling Success Super Dave Harmon and his mother man a table Mary Eiland Jeff Pepper (tan suit) and contestants photos by: Ed MarshallSteve Whitehill, Marylyn Jacobs, Adam Hasner, Dianne Urgo, Bill Chernekoff Barry and Joanne EpsteinLuxury Chamber Network With Adam Hasner


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22 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.Every May, the city council conducts a goal setting session to establish objec tives and direction for the city manager during the upcoming year. This year, May 2 4 is the dates set aside for this public exercise. In preparation for the moment, a review of the minutes from past goal setting sessions is helpful. 2010 and 2011minutes are easily accessible on the internet and provide insight into this process and the procedure to be expected next week in city hall chambers. Having reviewed these minutes, one can not help but wonder if the outcome of this years session can be written in advance as a cut and paste exercise from years gone by. Administration will come forward with the financial shortfalls projected in the citys budget; department heads will present the challenges and obstacles within each of their departments; and the public will offer comments that are so late in the process as to be rendered almost meaningless. Finally, the five council members will be asked to set in place their collective vision based upon this kaleidoscope of restraints and limitations. A harrowing task to say the least as vision may be the one outcome that is least likely to occur given this overall setting. Websters dictionary defines vision as the art of seeing; the ability to form a pic ture in ones mind of future greatness. Visionary is defined as someone who imag ines how things should be while paying little regard to how they actually are. Perhaps a little more of these characteristics could be infused in the goal setting exercise so that the results will enable our city, Boca Raton, to find ways to distinguish itself and attract greater interest from outside observers and investors to locate here instead of the myriad of other opportunities that exist nationwide. Vision is what makes us more attrac tive and more competitive. With these definitions in mind, one wonders what is the vision and who is the visionary to carry the message forward in the outside world? As to who there is no one person in this governmental structure assigned to this task and no one person who has stepped forward to carry it out. The council, collectively, conveys the vision for the city and through a process messages the image of what locating in Boca Raton may be like to both the residential and commercial observer. Residential is not the concern raised here. Commercial interest is. With millions of available square feet of entitled commercial space in the downtown and in the commerce park, attracting new users is one major item that adds immediately to the tax base, filling the councils coffers with new revenues without raising the millage and without adding to the costs.A no brainer but remarkably missing from the vision. A further review of the public record uncovers another document titled Boca Raton Vision 2026. This document is filled with many platitudes. A quality place to live; a great place to work; an outstanding place to play. Tell me any city that does not have these very same aspirations. Hogwash. Nowhere in the document is there any clear articulation of a vision to achieve these goals. Nowhere is there any clear articulation as to what in the vision would act as the catalyst to inspire outside commercial and investor interest to chose to locate here, to chose to invest in our great city. A fair reading of this document reflects a mundane, ministerial outline of a process completely lacking in inspiration and vision. Webster defines inspira tion as the creative impulse of an artist, a person who or thing that inspires! Again, putting aside the issue of person, this document is by no means the thing that inspires. It is merely the to do list for the city manager to manage over the next period of time. Inspirational it is not and the city manager is not meant to inspire. He is a functionary tasked to get the job done efficiently, on time, and on budget.nothing more, nothing less. So whats missing? Leadership. Back to Webster, leadership is defined as the quality displayed by a leader. A leader is someone who acts with the courage of ones conviction and puts ones opinion into actual practice. These goal setting sessions can not and do not achieve inspired vision or a coura geous leader. That is not to fault any individual but rather an overt criticism of our governmental structure where five equal elected council members are tasked with managing the manager and setting the budget. Again, merely a mundane and ministerial function certainly not designed for vision and inspiration. Moving into the future! Last weeks column generated a comment from someone identified as onlooker who argues that my reporting about the March election is old news and that I should move on. Onlooker is right; I agreeit is time to move on. Al Zucaro Read more online at: bocaratontribune.com See Als internet broadcast show on www.wrpbitv. com or visit his website at www.alzucaro.com. MUNICIPAL East/West Boca Raton, FL Boca Raton Police Rule Shooting Was Suicide AttemptBOCA RATON Boca Raton police have ruled that a shooting about 8:20 p.m. April 16 in the West Camino Real area was a suicide attempt. When officers arrived on scene, they met with the 25 year old victim who had a gunshot wound to his face. The victim originally told officers he was shot by a person with whom he was acquainted and provided a description of the suspects and their vehicle. As detectives arrived and continued the investigation, the victim changed his story, police said. Throughout the interview, the victim continued to change the details of his story including where it occurred and what had transpired, said a police report. The following evening, detectives went to Delray Medical Center and interviewed the victim again. This time, the victim told detectives he shot himself in a failed suicide attempt. The victim said he is a convicted felon and was afraid he would be arrested for having a handgun. Police said the victim is to be detained for psychiatric evaluation and charges may be pending.Vision. Inspire.LeadTHE CITIZENS VOICEBy Al Zucaro Forensics Lab Opens in Boca RatonBOCA RATON -On April 12, County Commissioner Steven L. Abrams attended the grand opening of the Biology Screening Laboratory at the Boca Raton Police Services Department. Specialists at this lab facility will pre-screen crime scene evidence to identify and collect biological stains for submission to the Forensic Biology Unit (FBU) of the Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office Crime Laboratory for prioritized DNA analysis. The new lab will provide quicker turn-around time in processing evidence for the Boca Raton, Boynton Beach and Delray Beach police departments. In 2009, the Board of County Commissioners approved more than $500,000 in grant funding in a joint project with the Boca Raton Police Services Department Forensic Laboratory. Boca Raton provided a 25 percent funding match and two laboratory analyst positions. No county funds were required. From left are Boca Raton Police Chief Dan Alexander, Boynton Beach Police Chief Matt Immler, Delray Beach Assistant Police Chief Joe Milenkovic, Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office Crime Lab Director Cecelia Crouse, Boca Raton Deputy Mayor Susan Haynie, and Commissioner Steven L. Abrams. Boca Police Nab Alleged Robber of CVS on North Federal HighwayBOCA RATON Boca Police have arrested a suspect in connection with the April 21 robbery of the CVS at 2390 North Federal Highway, a police report said. Officers met with the clerk who told them that at about 7:00 a.m., a male entered the store and attempted to purchase a Snickers bar. When the male got to the register he said he didnt have any money and had to go get his wallet. The suspect was wearing a black baseball cap, a green Coleman rain jacket, grey and white striped pajama bot toms and white sneakers. Several minutes later, the suspect re-entered the store and again went to the register to purchase a Snickers bar. While the clerk was ringing up the candy bar, the suspect put his hand in his pocket and made a pointing gesture at the clerk, and said, Give me the money in the register. The clerk asked him what he meant and he replied, Give me the money in the register or Ill shoot you. After the clerk gave him about $73, the suspect walked out the door and went north on Federal Highway, said police. Boca Raton detectives reviewed the surveillance video, realized the suspect looked like Douglas Wrigley, who lives at 2500 North Federal Highway. Detective Clare put a photo line-up together and it was shown to the clerk, who identified Wrigley as the probable suspect. Detectives who staked out Wrigleys home nabbed the alleged suspects as he walked out of his apartment about 4 p.m. The suspect reportedly told Detective Clare that he did not use a gun but only had a pen in his pocket. Detectives arrested Wrigley and charged him with robbery.


23 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97 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 Retail Space at 200 East Site in Downtown Boca Raton is 100 Percent LeasedBOCA RATON Downtown Boca Raton residents will soon have new retail options at 200 East. The luxury residential building in the heart of downtown Boca Raton has announced 100 percent occupancy of the ground level retail space. The newest retailer, MUSE a hair salon, will move into the building in June. East isnt just a place where people want to live, it is a place where businesses thrive, it is the heart of downtown Boca Raton, said Lon Tabatchnick, developer of 200 East. We are where things are happening in downtown Boca. 200 East is a luxury condominium building that offers residents access to South Florida urban living. The building has 27,000 square feet of commercial and retail space on its ground level. Current commercial residents include, Philippe by Philippe Chow, a haute Chinese cuisine experience and ion interactive, a local online marketing technology company named one of Inc. Magazines 500 fastest growing companies in 2010. MUSE a hair salon, will move into 2,600square feet of retail space in early June. Owner Joseph Giustizia has 37 years of experience working in New York Citys top salons including, Vidal Sassoon and Maximus. Giustizia ventured down to South Florida 21 years ago and has since opened two successful hair salons in Boca Raton. East is the most beautiful building in downtown Boca, and a perfect place to expand and begin my next venture, said Giustizia. I want to bring back the sense of community, and this is exactly why I chose this prime location. MUSE will have 15 different stylists specializing in hair color, cut, blow dries, and extensions. MUSE will also introduce a new concept in beauty, a Blow Bar. This new option will cater to clientele who wish to come into the salon for a quick blow dry. Champagne and cheese will be served. 200 East is the newest luxury condominium building in downtown Boca Raton. A half mile from the Ocean and within walking distance from Mizner Park and Royal Palm Place, 200 East offers two and three bedroom residences and townhouses priced from $674,900. For more information on 200 East, please contact Nestler Poletto, Sothebys International at 561-368-5105 or www.200eastbocaraton.com. Vitality Laser Spa, the Finest Health and Beauty Treatments ImaginedBy Gina Onori BOCA RATONImmediately after Lyons and Glades Road intersect, rests Vitality Laser Spa in which one can experience the finest health and beauty treatments imag ined. The spa includes laser hair removal, manicures, pedicuress, skin tightening, acne treatments, facials, messages, cellulite treatments, spray tans, temporary tattoos, botox, fillers, teeth whitening, and non-surgical face lifts. Owners Shiela Nahari and Miriam Sinovetz have been running the spa since January 2011. All of the products in the spa are vegan, and all of the treatments are natural. We made a place where people can feel good about themselves, said Nahari. We want people to come and enjoy the experience and feel pretty, added Sinovetz. It is a wellness center in which we mix health with beauty. Vitality Laser Spa caters to all age groups and genders. A teenage girl may want a spray tan for prom, a 30-yearold woman who just had a baby might desire skin tightening for her stretch marks, or a 40-year-old man may need laser treatment to get rid of the unruly hair on his back. Vitality Laser Spa does not discriminate in any sense. Packages range depending on which treatment one desires. Laser hair removal is currently the most popular package at the spa. It is effortless and does not involve any pain. A top-of-the-line light goes inside of the skin and dries out the folicals. However, one treatment wont do the trick. Everyone is different, but successful therapies range anywhere from 4-8 treatments. Its practical, said Na hari. With laser removal you dont have to be wasting time shaving. Vitality Laser Spa is running a special in laser hair removal for a $299.00 package in which one can receive lower legs, brazilian bikini, and underarms treated. The spa is also holding another special for the same price in which one can receive chest, shoulders and arm lasered. Other package deals include a package of 10 non-surgical face lifts for $1,500.00, or $250.00 per session. Facials range anywhere from $75.00 to $250.00 depending on which kind one wants. Massage treatments also range from $20.00 to $85.00 depending on the area of the body and the time desired. Vitality Laser Spa is presently promoting a Mothers Day special in which 4 facial treatments are $400 and 4 skin tightening sessions are $1,500. This is a superb gift proposal for your loved one this Mothers Day.


24 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. BUSINESS BITS Email your Business News, promotions and acknowledgements to Chris Catoggio at: chris@bocaratontribune.com. BOCA RATON -The Polo Club of Boca Raton introduced Brett Morris as the new general manager and chief operating officer to an enthusiastic gathering of some 1,000 members who welcomed him with a standing ovation. Morris will be responsible for the overall operations of the private South Florida residential country club. He was formerly the general manager and chief operating officer at Fresh Meadow Country Club, a Five Star Platinum Club of America located on the north shore of Long Island. He graduated from The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, N.Y. in 1988 and began his career working in various restaurants in New York City including The American Festival Cafe at Rockefeller Center. WEST PALM BEACH At its regular meeting April 17, the Board of County Commissioners conceptually approved $2.75 million in loans for Jupiter CY, LLC. The company plans to construct a 128-room hotel with retail space near Scripps Florida and the Max Planck Florida Institute in Jupiters Abacoa community. Working with the Department of Economic Sustainability (DES), the company has applied for a $2.3 million loan from the Palm Beach County Section 108 Loan Program for working capital and a $450,000 loan from the Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Program to fund energy-efficient appliances, air conditioning, and room occupancy sensors. JACKSONVILLE Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida, Inc. (BCBSF) is now Florida Blue. The new name, new logo and tagline In the pursuit of health are all part of the companys transition to a health solutions company with an overarching mission to help the people of Florida and their communities achieve better health. Consumers will soon see the new Florida Blue brand utilized in signage, sponsorships and advertising. The brand transition reflects a host of initiatives inspired by Florida Blues expanded mission, including: a focus on affordable products; the introduction of new health plans and services; the personalization of health care services and customer support through the companys unique Florida Blue retail centers; an expanding suite of online tools to empower healthcare consumers and even stronger state-wide outreach to support Florida communities in their quest for better health BOCA RATON SCORE SOUTH PALM BEACH has been named the National SCORE Chapter of the Year for doubling the number of businesses it has assisted and for its innovative programs with universities, teen entrepreneurs and veterans. Boca Raton Mayor Susan Whelchel presented the award to the all-volunteer nonprofit, which is part of a network of 364 SCORE chapters nationwide, at a ceremony April 17 at the Gleneagles Country Club in Delray Beach. Our country survives on the entrepreneurial spirit. Our small businesses are our leading employers. Our members feel its their responsibility to foster the growth of todays and tomorrows business leaders, said Hal Finkelstein, chair of SCORE South Palm Beach since 2007. In the past five years, South Palm Beach SCORE doubled the number of businesses it has helped via face-to-face mentorship, workshops and special events. In 2011, the chapter assisted more than 6,000 local businesses. BOBBIN FOR DOLLARS & SENSEBy Robert Child Precautions are Useless After a Crisis!As a financial advisor, I get a lot of questions. Some people ask me if its a good time to invest in the markets, or if they should be sticking their money under a mattress. Others ask me about the economy. A few ask me about specific investments. But the most common question I get is probably the best. What, they say, is the number one tip you can give me? Precautions are useless after a crisis! The best tip I can give is quite simple, Precautions are useless after a crisis! Whens the worst time to buy a home-security system? After a break-in. Whens the worst time to check your tire pressure? After youve already had a blowout. Whens the worst time to put your seat belt on? You get the idea. Its a fundamental fact of life, and it extends to your finances, too. Money can take hits just like everything else. People lose their jobs. Investments can plummet. There might be a death in the family. We have to contend with natural disasters, theft, fraud, and just plain bad luck. Theres only one way to fight it: by having a plan. But a plan is nearly useless after the fact. So whats my number one tip as a financial advisor? Do now what youll wish you had done later. If you take suitable precautions for your money, youll find that its always there to support you, even in your direst need. Dont trap yourself by the hardships of life. Because precautions are useless after a crisis. Securities offered through vFinance Investments, Inc. (vFin), Member FINRA/SIPC. Child Group Wealth Management (CGWM) advisors are registered with National Asset Management, Inc. (NAM), a SEC Registered Investment Advisor and affiliate of vFin. Accounts are carried by National Financial Services LLC, Member NYSE/SIPC, a Fidelity Investments company. NAM and vFin are not affiliated with CGWM.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 ca tastrophes 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. For more information, visit www.childwealthmanagement.com BUSINESS East/West Boca Raton, FL Serving Palm Beach & Broward Counties Quantitative Research Analysts: Detailed job description at www.lcmadvisors.com. Salary range: $83,000 to $90,000/ per year. Job Site: Boca Raton, FL. Requirements: Must be Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) holder. Some domestic and international travel required. Please send resumes to Levitt Capital Management LLC, 101 North Federal Highway, Suite #700, Boca Raton, Florida 33432.


25 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97 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. Olympic Heights Community High School Adult EducationApril 30th June 28th Monday thru ursday 6:30 P.M. 9:00 P.M.Call Today For Entry List GEDApril 30th July 26th Monday thru ursday 6:30 P.M. 9:00 P.M.(ESOL)Call Today561-852-6904 Gary S. Lesser of Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith, PLLC Presented University of Miami School of Law Alumni Leadership AwardGary S. Lesser, Managing Partner of Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith, PLLC (LLL&S), received the University of Miami School (UM) of Law Alumni Leadership Award at the Universitys recent law alumni associations annual judicial reception. Lesser was presented the award by UM School of Law Dean and Professor of Law Patricia D. White and UM Law Alumni Association President Elizabeth B. Honkonen for his professional achievements, leadership and service to the University of Miami School of Law and the Florida Bar. Lesser, who earned his J.D. in 1992 at the UM School of Law where he was a member of the Bar & Gavel Society, and served as Associate Editor of the Yearbook of International Law and Editor-in-Chief of Res Ipsa Loquitur, the law schools newspaper, is a former Vice President of the Law Alumni Association of the University of Miami School of Law. He was selected to be this years recipient in recognition of his recent peer-election to the Florida Bar Board of Governors and his continued commitment to the legal profession. Lesser is currently serving a two-year term on the Florida Bar Board of Governors, following several leadership positions that included serving as Chair of the Bars Professional Ethics Committee and Advertising Committee. He has served as Chair of the Palm Beach County Bar Associations Medical Legal Committee and Professional Committee, and is an Eagle Pa tron and a member of the Continuing Legal Education Committee of the Florida Justice Association. Supporting and championing business growth, higher education and healthcare in South Florida, Lesser serves on the Florida Atlantic University Foundation Board and American Cancer Society Board/North County Unit, and is an active member of the Palm Beach County Medical Society, Business Development Board of Palm Beach County, Economic Council of Palm Beach County, and Trustee member at the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce and the Stuart/Martin County Chamber of Commerce. Lesser has been chosen by his peers as a Florida Legal Elite for five consecutive years, earning him the prestigious induction by Florida Trend magazine into the Florida Legal Elite Hall of Fame in 2010 as one of only 56 out of more than 90,000 Florida attorneys to receive the honor. He has been consistently named a Florida Super Lawyer in personal injury law (2006-present) and a Top Lawyer by South Florida Legal Guide. Under his leadership, the LLL&S law firm focuses on serious personal injury and wrongful death cases, delivering significant verdicts and settlements for its clients. All Firm partners are AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell. For more information on LLL&S, call (561) 655-2028 or visit www. lesserlawfirm.com.


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27 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97 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. Columnists The Boca Raton Tribune Michael H. Gora has been certified by the Board of Specialization 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 at mailto:mhgora@ sbwlawfirm.com. What Divorce Lawyers DoQ Please explain to me just what divorce lawyers do. A: The last thing that I did today was help a dad who has most of the overnights with his two year old with potty training. He is a great dad, but has as little experience with potty training as any first time parent. Luckily, a week ago another client, a woman, emailed me a specific schedule recommended for her child by a child psychologist. So, after taking any identifying language from her e-mail I printed out the potty instructions and gave them to my client, who was delighted. Earlier in the day I spent a half hour on the phone trying to convince a lady whose husband had managed to steal her inheritance from her uncle as he was on his deathbed to stay with the lawyer that she had already hired, as he was a good lawyer and good guy. She had a difficult case, and really not enough money to complete the case that she needed to complete. Im in the middle of an attempt to collect fees against a former client through legal proceedings. When our trial was over she kissed my partner and I on our respective cheeks for doing a great job, but then later told a judge that we were bums and should not have gotten paid at all, even though we won the case. The judge disagreed and awarded us the fees. Needless to say we will probably get the money but no apology, and no referrals from her country club friends. In many cases we are the psychologist without portfolio and the accountant with no degree when the case is too small for the services of a forensic accountant. Thank God for the software developed by an Orlando divorce lawyer which does the adding, subtracting and the tax numbers. Clients cry on our shoulders, threaten us with Bar grievances (please check my record on The Florida Bar Website), walk into our offices wanting their new boy friend or girl friend to sit in on our consultation (which we cannot do) and call and e-mail us at all hours and days, and expect 24-7 service. Our clients are a mixture of the society and every crazy situation imaginable crosses our desks every day. We are obligated to take your cases, if you can pay for it, and then complete them as best possible. In each matter, the other side comes with his or her expectations and demands and most often neither believes that they have received all they were entitled to at the end of the day. The economy during the last five years has not helped. Who knew that there was such a thing as a short sale? Who knew that in South Florida ones house might become worth less than the price of paying off their mortgage? Why cant two guys get married in Florida, they could in New York? Can the two guys divorce here? No. The truth is we do anything in pursuit of your rights under the Florida statutes that we can do for you as long as we both stay within the law. Yes, we charge for the services and expect to be paid and, no, we do not guarantee any results. If it was not for the laws that we use to obtain our results you guys and gals would have no way to adjust your marital grievances with one another and might take to sarcasm or pistols to remedy your problems. Take my word, you are not clever enough to kill with your words and you are not a good shot. Over 90 percent of all cases filed are completed without a trial, so it is likely that no judge will ever rule on your case. We lawyers are your best chance to receive justice and fairness through the legal system.Effecting Change Renewing Your MindAlmost every one of us has something about ourselves we would like to change at work, in relationships, in day-today habits and actions. To change your life, however, you must first change how you think. Behind everything you do is a thought. Every behavior is motivated by a belief, and every action is prompted by an attitude. To hear modern-day gurus tell it, this would seem to be a startling new discovery. But God revealed this truth thousands of years before psychologists understood it: Be careful how you think; your life is shaped by your thoughts (Proverbs 4:23, Todays English Version). To illustrate this point, imagine riding in a speedboat on a lake with an automatic pilot set to go eastward. If you were to decide to reverse course and head toward the west, you have two possible ways to change the boats direction. One way is to grab the steering wheel and physically force the speedboat to head in the opposite direction from where the autopilot has been programmed to guide it. By sheer willpower, you could overcome the autopilot, but you would feel constant resistance. Your arms would eventually tire of the stress, you would have to let go of the steering wheel, and the boat would instantly turn back toward the east, as it had been internally programmed. Sounds like a lot of hard work, correct? And the change would only be temporary once you stopped trying to force the change, all would return to the way it was before. This is what happens when you try to change your life with willpower. You tell yourself, I will force myself to eat less ... stop smoking ... quit being disorganized and late not respond angrily when I am under pressure. Willpower can produce short-term change, but creates constant internal stress because you have not dealt with root causes of what you would like to change. Making the change you desire does not feel natural. It requires great effort and willpower. Eventually you give up and go off the diet, grab another cigarette, arrive late for another important meeting, or react with inappropriate anger. There is a better and easier way: Change your autopilot change the way you think. Or, as the Bible says, be willing for it to change: Let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think (Romans 12:2). Change always starts first in the mind. The way you think determines the way you feel, and the way you feel influences the way you act, which means, there must be a spiritual renewal of your thoughts and attitudes (Ephesians 4:23). To be like Christ, you must develop the mind of Christ. The Bible talks about having the mind of Jesus Christ, and calls this mental shift, repentance. The Greek literally means, to change your mind and direction. To repent means to change the way you think. You must change your thinking about God, yourself, sin, other people, life, your future, everything; and adopt Christs outlook and perspective on life: You follow Him! 2011, Purpose Driven Life. All rights reserved. Adapted from a column by Dr. Rick Warren, the author of numerous books, including the highly acclaimed, The Purpose-Drive Life, which has been translated into many languages and sold throughout the world. It affirms the importance of having a carefully considered, clearly expressed purpose to guide everyday life. It has been named one of the 100 Christian books that changed the 20th Century. He also has written The Purpose-Driven Church.FAITHBy Rick Warren DIVORCE FLORIDA STYLEBy Mike Gora


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30 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL Strikers Herron Named Offensive Player of the WeekThe NASL has named Fort Lauderdale Strikers forward Andy Herron Offensive Player of the Week after two goals in front of 10,114 fans in San Antonio on Saturday April 21st. The Strikers forward has formed a connection with midfielder Walter Restrepo, who assisted on both of Herrons goals in San Antonio. Andy (Herron) benefitted from two great passes from Walter (Restrepo), said Strikers head coach Daryl Shore. Were happy to see our players recognized by the league for their efforts. Herrons first goal came when Restrepo found him just inside the penalty area where Herron fired a near post shot toward goal and caught Scorpions goalkeeper Pat Hannigan wrongfooted. His second was a deft finish where Herron touched down a Restrepo pass and poked a shot past Hannigan to record the goal. Herron is now tied for the NASL lead with three goals on the season. The Strikers forward becomes the first Striker to receive the award twice in during a regular sea son. Herron spent five seasons in Major League Soccer with the Chicago Fire and Columbus Crew and has been capped 17 times for the Costa Rican National Team. Photo Credit: Jon van Wo erden Photography Lynn Mens and Womens Tennis Selected as NCAA HostBy Lance Thomas Indianapolis Lynn Universitys mens and womens tennis teams were selected to host one of the two NCAA Division II South Regional tournaments with both the men and the women claiming the second seed as announced by the NCAA on Tuesday. Lynns mens tennis team enters the tourna ment with an 18-3 record and the second best team in the South Region. The men start the action first by taking on Sunshine State Conference foe and seventh-seeded Florida Southern on Saturday, April 28, at 10 a.m. Continuing in mens action, No. 3 seed Barry will make the 45 mile trip north to play the six seed and defending national champions, Valdosta St. Blazers on Saturday, April 28, at 2 p.m. The mens NCAA Region 2 final will take place on Sunday, April 29, at 1 p.m. with the winner of the Lynn-Florida Southern match taking on the victor of the Barry-Valdosta St. contest. On the womens side, Lynn (18-4) kicks things off on Monday, April 30, starting at 10 a.m. versus seventh seed Florida Tech. With the No. 3 seed, West Florida plays the sixth seeded Mocs of Florida Southern at 2 p.m., on Monday, April 30. The winner of the womens NCAA Region 2 semifinal matches will meet in a finale set for Tuesday, May 1, at 1 p.m.SportsThe Boca Raton Tribune Lynn Softball Swept by #12 BucsBy Lance Thomas After finishing a game postponed by lightning, Lynn Universitys softball team suffered a 10-0 loss then a 4-0 loss to the No. 12 Barry University Buccaneers in Sunshine State Conference action on Sunday. Picking things up in the bottom of the third, with Lynn down 6-0, Barry put two more runs on the board then added another two in the bottom of the fourth to put the game away and end things after five. Barry pitcher, Alexis Yohe, had a perfect game going in to the top of the forth before Bianca Savulak broke it up with an infield single. The only other threat from the Fighting Knights came in the top of the fifth when Vicky Naginsky struck a two-out single followed by a Kasey Murray hard-hit single through the left side. Barry then closed the door on Lynn with a strikeout to end the game. Missy Montgomery took the circle for Lynn in the second game of the day and surrendered three runs on eight hits to the Buc caneers in the 4-0 loss. Barry put one run up in the first on a twoout RBI single then in the second collected a three-run home run from Sara Broeseker to total a 4-0 tilt. Montgomery shut out the Buccaneers for the next four innings but the Lynn offense could not sting anything together. Christina Carvatta tallied the first hit of the game for Lynn in the third inning. Then in the fourth, Lauren Garceau pulled a 1-2 pitch down the left field line for a leadoff double. The only other hits for the Fighting Knights came in the sixth when Savulak doubled to left center. Montgomery went the complete game of six innings, giving up eight hits, four runs, walking two and striking out one.


31 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97 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.SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL FAU Football Wraps Up Spring with White and Blue Game FREE PICK UP & DELIVERY Call Today! FAU Football to Play Three-Game Set With the University of MiamiBOCA RATON, FL Florida Atlantic Universitys athletics department has agreed to a three-game series with south Florida neighbor University of Miami, announced Melissa Dawson, FAUs interim athletics director. The three game set will begin with the Owls traveling to Miami on Saturday, August 31, 2013. The sea son opener will be the second season under the direction of Carl Pelini, FAUs newly hired head coach. Its a great matchup, said Pelini. Miami is a prestigious program of which we would like to emulate. It will be great for our players to challenge the names they played against in high school and for the fans to have a close away game to attend. FAU will then play host to the Miami Hurricanes in 2015, with a date yet to be determined. The game will mark the first time the Hurricanes will play in Palm Beach County and the first time UM has played an away game south of Tampa. FAU will return to Miami in 2016.


32 April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 Edition 97Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Tribune Sports of East /West Boca Raton, Highland Beach Delray Beach, FL April 27, 2012 through May 2, 2012 FOOTBALLFAU Football to Play ree-Game Set With the University of MiamiSee page 31 Miami Hurricanes Will Play FAU Three Times in the Next Three YearsSee page 31 Herron Named Offensive Player of the WeekSee page 30 TENNISLYNN Mens and Womens Tennis Selected as NCAA HostSee page 30 Photo Credit: Jon van Woerden Photography SOFTBALLLynn Soball Swept by #12 BucsSee page 30