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By: Jeremy Pound It was 1986 all over again at the Bridge hotel in Boca Raton! On the evening of June 28th, The Rotary Club of Boca Raton gathered to celebrate a record breaking year of fundraising and community service, and to install this years president, William Riddick. The dinner is an annual tradition. This year the club decided to use an 80s theme and encouraged guests to come in their favorite attire from the era. Held at Carmens Restaurant at the top of the Bridge Hotel, about 75 Rotarians and guests gathered to celebrate the tradition with a dinner, dancing, 80s trivia and a costume contest. Everywhere you looked there were Don Johnson suits, shoulder pads, black lace The Boca Raton Tribune for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR.Nearly 400,000 readers! Patrick Chun Named New Director of Athletics at Florida Atlantic University Andrew Madden reading the Tribune Rotary Club of Boca Raton has its Annual Installation DinnerSend us a picture of you reading The Boca Raton Tribune to pictures@bocaratontribune.com See Pg.3 Expanded Edition of Tribune Among Tributes to Countesss 100th Birthday See Pg.2 See page 29


2 Edition 105 July 5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com 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! Copyright 2012 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 intended to of any individual editorial writer. Signed opinions of the author and not necessarily those of the publisher. The advertiser and/ or the advertising agency is responsible for all content and will assume responsibility resulting from publication of said advertisement in The Boca Raton Tribune.The Boca RatonTribune mailing address: P.O. Box 970593 Boca Raton, FL 33497 Blvd., Suite 212 Boca Raton Fl, 33432 For general information: 561-290-1202 Fax: 561-208-6008Marketing Director Chris Catoggio chris@bocaratontribune.com Account ExecutiveAngelo Lima, Marguax Vickers, Andre HeizerArt Director Marjorie BrandnerPhotographers:Nicole Vickers, Gabriela Heizer Barbara McCormick Video Production Director Klaiton SilvaGraphic Design: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 B7, B8, 22. 24. 27 Games Page 26 Sports Page 29 Quote of the Week:Who leave the right way, and walk by dark ways: Proverbs 2:13 Boca Police Safety TipBoca Raton Police BlotterQ: A worker came to my door and wanted to show me some work he was doing for a neighbor. I told him I was not interested and shut the door. Did I do the right thing? What else should I have done? A: You did the right thing, but I would recommend calling the police immediately to report the incident. Criminals use various distraction techniques so they or their accomplice can enter your home and steal your valuables; generally jewelry and cash. e most common technique used is by asking you to go outside to talk about work that needs to be done to your house or work which is being done to a neighbors house which may aect you. Other techniques which are used as ruses to gain entry into your home are spilling some sort of liquid on you which they say is harmful and must be washed o immediately, or by posing as some type of worker needing access to your residence. Regardless,neveropen your door for solicitors or workers you did not previously hire, rather speak through the door and contact the police immediately. Crime and safety questions are answered by ocers from the Crime Prevention Unit. For more information, visit www.BocaPolice.com. BURGLARY TO RESIDENCE 06/28/2012 13:13 NE 46TH ST Unknown suspect(s) pried the front door of this residence, went through drawers in both bedrooms and took a gold tennis bracelet with small diamonds valued at $400. No witnesses. BURGLARY TO RESIDENCE 06/28/2012 17:27 BURNING TREE LANE Responded to a burglary to residence. Retrieved cash totaling $2,070. SHOPLIFTING/ RETAIL THEFT 6/28/2012 13:33 5900 W GLADES ROAD Catherine Pierson was arrested for stealing two clothing items valued at $70. SHOPLIFTING/ RETAIL THEFT 06/28/2012 13:42 6000 W GLADES ROAD Woman was arrested for committing retail the. She was transported to county jail for processing. SHOPLIFTING/ RETAIL THEFT 06/28/2012 20:56 SW 2ND AVE A male and female stole ve bottles of alcohol from Walgreens and le in a silver, two door Honda Accord. SHOPLIFTING/ RETAIL 17:31 5900 W GLADES ROAD Carmen Polanco Lopez was arrested for taking numerous pieces of jewelry valued at $254.96 from Sears. Notice to appear in court issued. SHOPLIFTING/ RETAIL THEFT 07/01/2012 15:11 6000 W GLADES ROAD One hour delayed retail the at Louis Vuitton store. 2 unknown women stole 2 wallets, a purse, and a belt, valued at $4,000. One female was in her 30`s, 6` tall and the 2nd female was elderly, about 60-70 years of age. Edition 105 Interns:Guadalupe Monarrez, Gina Onori, Malcolm Shields, Shannon CopelandCOMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Community News Expanded Edition of Tribune Among Tributes to Countesss 100th BirthdayBOCA RATON Henrietta, Countess de Hoernle turns 100 years old Sept. 24. The community is already organizing a lengthy list of events to honor the Boca philanthropists immense and selfless contributions. The Boca Tribune is joining that crusade and will publish a special expanded edition dedicated to the Countess. In addition, the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Knights Hospitaller Commandery of Florida is sponsoring a formal gala celebration to benefit local charities. A communitywide Red, White & Boca-Blue Countess Appreciation Day and the presentation of what is planned to be a record-breaking birthday card are also in the works. Throughout the day on her birthday September 24th, the community is encouraged to pay visual tribute to the Countess for her pa triotism for the United States, her country by choice, by wearing red, white, and blue and wrapping trees with red, white, and blue ribbons. In preparation for the gala event, the public is invited and encouraged to come out to sign birthday card panels (available from mid-July to early-September) that will be on display at convenient locations throughout the community. The panels will then be merged as one card for its debut at the gala event celebration. Details will soon be announced about where and how residents, nonprofits, schools, companies and city and county officials and staff can participate in what is expected to be a heart-warming, recordbreaking initiative. Automobile Mogul Ed Morse Dies at Age 91BOCA RATON -Automobile dealer Ed Morse, 91, died of natural causes Friday in Boca Raton. Mr. Morse was chairman and founder of Ed Morse Automotive Group, which began in 1946 when he started a small car rental company with his father. That company grew and then merged with National Car Rental, where Morse was an executive. In 1961, he bought into his first dealership in Miami. Now, the business is in five counties, offering 10 brands at 15 locations served by more than 1,000 employees. Mr. Morse is survived by his wife, Carol; five great-grandchildren; two sisters, Nancy Stringer and Pricilla Ropp; and brother-inlaw Jack Stringer. He was a brother of the late Alex Morse, who died in 2007. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in his name to the Muscular Dystrophy Association or The Lupus Foundation of America.


3 Edition 105 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Jul5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com By: Jeremy Pound It was 1986 all over again at the Bridge hotel in Boca Raton! On the evening of June 28th, The Rotary Club of Boca Raton gathered to celebrate a record breaking year of fundraising and community service, and to install this years president, William Riddick. The dinner is an annual tradition. This year the club decided to use an 80s theme and encouraged guests to come in their favorite attire from the era. Held at Carmens Restaurant at the top of the Bridge Hotel, about 75 Rotarians and guests gathered to celebrate the tradition with a dinner, dancing, 80s trivia and a costume contest. Everywhere you looked there were Don Johnson suits, shoulder pads, black lace and big hair at the party. Best costume awards included the Biggest Tease Award (best 80s hair), the Back To The Future Award (best 80s costume) and the Flashback Award (best overall). Oceans 234 and GenSpa provided prizes to the winners. Douglas Mummaw, the past president felt the night was the perfect exclamation on his term as president. It was a remarkable evening filled with tradition and fellowship among friends, re-energizing the the Clubs commitment to serving our community, but the best part was the FUN we had together., said Mummaw of the party. The evenings program was emceed by Jeremy Pound, the club sec retary for this term, and many other members spoke during the program. The night ended with back-to-back impromptu performances by Dennis Frisch, a Boca Raton Podiatrist and Rotarian who came in a Blues Brother costume complete with sunglasses and hat. The entire party danced as Frisch sang Soul Man and then Shout to bring the party to a close. The Rotary Club of Boca Raton has been Changing Lives and Building Futures in the greater Boca Raton area since 1955. Our clubs members are community leaders, business owners and citizens who believe in Rotarys Service Above Self Service mission. The Club meets every Wednesday, 12:00 noon for lunch at the Via Mizner Country Club in Boca Raton. Membership information can be found online at www.RotaryClubBocaRaton.com. Community NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune Rotary Club of Boca Raton has its Annual Installation DinnerCommunity Newssee pics page B4 New club president Bill Riddick and Outgoing president, Doug Mummaw.


4 Edition 105 July 5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com BOCA RATON -KidSafe Founda tion, a 501c3 nonprofit whose mission is to empower children and adults through education to prevent child abuse, believes the trial of Jerry Sandusky should act as a wake-up call to the importance of sex abuse prevention training to protect children from pedophile predators. KidSafe Foundation Co-Founder Sally Berenzweig, MEd, MA says, When you hear Sandusky talk, it is pedophile speakhe does not think what he did was wrong. The children he abused were no match for such a skilled pedophile whose goal is to make a child feel it is their fault; that no one will believe them, especially when it is someone so revered as Sandusky who was at Penn State. We must educate children and adults about the dangers and how to access help. It is our hope that Jerry Sanduskys guilty verdict shows survivors you will be believed, you need to tell, most dont know how to we want to teach them. A true pedophile thinks the child is a willing participant. He makes the child think this as well, and therein lies why children, most often do not tell. Child sex abuse statistics are shocking; 90 percent of the time a child is harmed by someone they know, 68 percent of the time it is a family member. Established by child safety experts, Sally Berenzweig MEd, MA and Cherie Benjoseph, LCSW, KidSafe Foundation wants every child to understand and believe that they have the right to be safe. The founders believe that sexual abuse prevention training should be mandated for every adult working with children. Not only will this help the adults rec ognize the red flags of an offender when they are in the process of grooming our children, it will teach them what do and how to respond to protect children, comments Co-Founder, Cherie Benjoseph. KidSafe Foundation provides Prevention Education programs and materials to children and adults to decrease child sexual abuse, bullying, and internet dangers. The Foundations goal is to give children a voice and empower them and the adults who keep them safe with education and communication skills to become the first line of defense in their childrens safety. For information on KidSafe Foundation programs and books visit www. kidsafefoundation.org or call 1-855-844SAFE.Community News KidSafe Foundation Says Sandusky Trial Should Act as Wake-Up Call KidSafe Foundation Co-Founders, Sally Berenzweig MEd, MA and Cherie Benjoseph, LCSW r f f f n t b r f n n f f r f n f f n n n n f f rrrr fntbnfntrf r f First Lady of Floridas Musical Theatre Jan McArt to be Honored at CaldwellBOCA RATON A tribune to Jan McArt, the director of Theatre Arts Program Development at Lynn University who is widely recognized as e First Lady of Floridas Musical Theatre, will be held Sunday afternoon at the Caldwell Theatre. The ceremony will follow a production of Jesus Christ Superstar, being presented by EntrActe Theatrix and Palm Beach Principal Players. A series of performances is scheduled to raise money to help Caldwell pull itself out of bankruptcy. McArt will be honored at a piano bar/ pizza party at the Count de Hoernle Theatre (home of the Caldwell) following the Sunday matinee performance of Jesus Christ Superstar. This heart-warming and music-filled tribute to Jan McArt will include a reunion of supporters and performers from her long-running Royal Palm Dinner Theatre, where an after-show pizza party was a tradition. The cost to attend both Jesus Christ Superstar and the after-show tribute is $35 in advance and $40 day of show. Just as this production of Jesus Christ Superstar is resurrecting the recentlyshuttered Caldwell Theatre, so too are we going to use this show to remember with great fondness another vanished cultural landmark in Boca Raton, the Royal Palm Dinner Theatre, and its guiding light and guardian angel, the always enchanting Jan McArt, said Vicki Halmos, direc tor of the Palm Beach Principal Players. With a 25-person cast, this production of the Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice musical will run for 10 performances at the Count de Hoernle Theatre, 7901 North Federal Highway in Boca Raton, on the following dates: + Friday, July 6 8 p.m. + Saturday, July 7 2 & 8 p.m. + Sunday, July 8 3 p.m. + Thursday, July 12 8 p.m. + Friday, July 13 8 p.m. + Saturday, July 14 2 & 8 p.m. + Sunday, July 15 3 p.m. Tickets are $25 for reserved seating, $15 for groups and children under 12, and $10 student rush (with ID) at the door on day of show. This ticket price includes all fees. To purchase tickets call 877.710.7779. EntrActe Theatrix is an offshoot of the Palm Beach Principal Players, which started more than a decade ago and targeting high school and college students interested in musical theater but who had limited opportunities to perform. Over the last decade, Principal Players has presented nearly 20 shows featuring hundreds of local young people, many of whom have gone on to professional careers or top educational programs.


5 Edition 105 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Jul5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com Community News


6 Edition 105 July 5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com BOCA RATON Sandi Savia, RN, Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Liaison at Boca Raton Regional Hospital, has been honored with the 2012 EMS Partnership Award by the EMS Providers Association and the Palm Beach County Emergency Management Division for her devotion and participation in helping to create an outstanding emergency medical services system in Palm Beach County. Savia has been employed at Boca Ra ton Regional Hospital since 2002. In her role, she coordinates the hospitals Smart Heart Program, an annual event that is in its 18th year. Through a partnership with Boca Raton Fire Rescue Services (BRFRS) residents around the community are provided with free screenings for cardiovascular-related diseases. She also plays a key role in the Boca Regional and BRFRS cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) programs. Each year, some 2,000 residents, city of Boca Raton employees and Boca Regional staff are trained in CPR and automated external defibrilla tor (AED) through these programs. In addition, Savia participates in all Palm Beach County EMS Provider meetings, ER nurses forums and EMS Council meetings providing feedback and announcements of ongoing community issues that may affect the EMS. She also organizes multiple in-service education classes for the pre-hospital community, which is open to students and EMS providers as well. Each year in May, plans and implements Boca Regionals EMS Week. EMS crews are given special recognition all week long in which she visits each station and each shift. Savia plays a key role in the Pa tient Follow-up Program with BRFRS and provides multiple agencies with feedback on patients that are transported to Boca Regional. The hospital uses an electronic data transfer system, which has been in opera tion for the last two years. The system allows BRFR to exchange patient follow-up data in a secure method, providing valuable information for quality assurance purposes. Born out of community need in 1967, Boca Raton Regional Hospital is an advanced, tertiary medical center with 400 beds and more than 800 primary and specialty physicians on staff. BOCA RATON -In the spirit of Boca Festival Days, the Jewish Association for Residential Care (JARC) and Blue Martini Boca Raton will partner for the 2nd annual Cocktails for a Cause on Thursday, Aug. 9 from 6 to 8 p.m. This happy hour event will benefit JARC Florida and the programs they offer to developmentally disabled adults within the community. Admission includes entrance to a VIP area, two drink tickets per person to include: house wine, bottle beer or a premium cocktail. Guests can also utilize their two drinks tickets for one specialized martini valued at $12. Hand passed appetizers will be offered to guests along with raffles and more. In addition, Blue Martinis happy hour prices will be in effect until 8 p.m. with half-price drinks and appetizers available for purchase. Community partnership is an integral ingredient in the success of JARC. We are so grateful to have Blue Martini share in our vital mission to raise awareness and funds for men and woman with disabilities in our community. stated Dr. Debra Hallow, JARC Executive Director. Blue Martini enjoys working within the community to make a difference. We are excited to partner again with JARC for the 2nd annual Cocktails for a Cause, as last years event was a huge success. stated Trisha Plateroti, Blue Martini Events Manager Advance tickets are available for $20.00 per person or At Door for $25.00. To register online, please visit www.jarcfl.org/the-programs/upcom ing-events/cocktails-cause. The Jewish Association for Residential Care is a nonsectarian organization which provides group homes, apartments and vocational training for adults with development disabilities. The mission in partnership with the families of the clients is to promote independence dignity and self-respect in order to create more fulfilling lives. COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL JARC & Blue Martini Partner for 2nd Annual Cocktails For A Cause!Community News Upcoming Events at FAU and Boca ChamberThe following events are planned at Florida Atlantic University: Friday, July 6, 7 p.m. Theatre: Loves Labours Lost, by William Shakespeare Studio One Theatre, FAU Boca Raton Tickets: $20, with group and package prices available The FAU production of Shakespeares Loves Labors Lost is set in Key West in the 1920s. In this upbeat and funny story, four young men resolve to give up wine, women and song. With the arrival of a princess from Paris and her entourage in Key West, however, each of the young mens resolve is tested. Play runs through July 21. Saturday, July 7, 1 p.m. Theatre: Showtune, A Jerry Herman Musical Revue University Theatre, FAU Boca Raton Tickets: $20, with group and package prices available The musical revue will include favorites by Jerry Herman including music from Mame, Hello Dolly, Mack and Mable, La Cage Aux Folles, and many others. Saturday, July 7, 7 p.m. Theatre: Loves Labours Lost, by William Shakespeare Studio One Theatre, FAU Boca Raton Tickets: $20, with group and package prices available The FAU production of Shakespeares Loves Labors Lost is set in Key West in the 1920s. In this upbeat and funny story, four young men resolve to give up wine, women and song. With the arrival of a princess from Paris and her entourage in Key West, however, each of the young mens resolve is tested. Play runs through July 21. Sunday, July 8, 1 p.m. Theatre: Showtune, A Jerry Herman Musical Revue University Theatre, FAU Boca Raton Tickets: $20, with group and package prices available The musical revue will include favorites by Jerry Herman including music from Mame, Hello Dolly, Mack and Mable, La Cage Aux Folles, and many others. The following events are being planned by the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce: NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION When: Tuesday, July 10 / 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Where: Bogarts Bar & Grille (3200 Airport Road, Boca Raton) MEMBERSHIP BREAKFAST When: Thursday, July 12 / 7:45 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Where: Via Mizner Golf & Country Club (6200 Boca Del Mar Drive, Boca Raton) NOTE: There is no Government Affairs Committee meeting in July. AMBASSADORS at the Chamber When: Friday, July 13 / 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. PULSE LUNCHEON When: Tuesday, July 17 / 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Where: Ruths Chris Steak House (225 NE Mizner Blvd, Boca Raton) Program: Lessons from a Serial Entrepreneur Speaker: Dan Cane, CEO of Modernizing Medicine NOTE: There is no Economic Development Committee meeting in July! RIBBON CUTTING Verizon Wireless Premium Wireless Retailer When: Wednesday, July 18 / 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Where: 5050 Town Center Circle, Suite 223, Boca Raton/ SUCCESSFUL WOMEN IN BUSINESS LUNCHEON When: Thursday, July 19 / 12:00 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. Where: Maggianos Little Italy (21090 Saint Andrews Blvd., Boca Raton) Speaker: Melanie Dickinson, President & Publisher of the South Florida Business Journal Sandi Savia, RN Boca Childrens Museum Schedules Friday Fun Days during SummerBOCA RATON -Kids. Bring your family and friends and join in the fun every Friday at 1 pm in the Rickards House of the Boca Raton Childrens Museum for Friday Fun Day. Starting July 6th & July 29th Drumming with Buckley Griffs, July 13th and August 3rd DJ Big Smile Fun and Games Dance Party, July 20th Country Singing Star, Amber Leigh and her Violin students and ending on August 10th with Bob by the Balloon Guys Zany Magical Balloon Show. Drop-in or register ahead of time by calling 561-368-6875 $5 per person includes admission to the show and museum visit. The Boca Raton Childrens Museum provides a hands-on learning experience for children in one of the oldest homes of Boca Raton. The museum is committed to the development of creative and critical thinking skills through exposure to the arts and humanities integrated with history and science and offers educational programs to children through permanent exhibits and its Traveling Museum. Special events are planned throughout the year. The Rickards House, a replica of the first house in Boca Raton (circa 1895), has been added to the campus for educa tional programs, classes, performances and birthday parties. A summer camp, Adventure in the Arts, runs through August 10th. The Childrens Museum, Inc. is located at 498 Crawford Boulevard, Boca Ra ton. Museum hours are Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. Admission is $5 per person (non-walking babies are admitted free). Boca Hospital RN Receives 2012 EMS Partnership Award


7 Edition 105 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Jul5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com BOCA RATON Florida Atlantic University Libraries have recently signed an agreement to share copies of their articles and documents with the American University of Nigeria Library. The university, which serves about 1,400 students and 100 faculty members in the farming town of Yola, Nigeria, is struggling to develop research and teaching programs. The agreement allows the seven-year-old library to request up to 30 electronic photocopies of periodicals, conference papers, government documents and other materials each month from FAU Libraries interlibrary loan department. We are glad to assist this young institution in providing access to its faculty as they establish their research programs, said William Miller, Ph.D., dean of University Libraries at FAU. The university is in a poorer region and does not have a budget to access the expensive proprietary materials that we subscribe to. This is FAU Libraries second agreement for special services with an international library. Since 2001, FAU Libraries have sent electronic copies of materials to the Papa zian Library at the American University of Armenia in Yerevan, Armenia. The American University of Nigeria and the American University of Armenia are modeled after the U.S. higher education structure. At the American University of Nigeria, many of the professors and administrators are either American or have worked in colleges or universities in the United States. The librarys director, Amed Demirhan, is an American and a former Broward County Library employee who became acquainted with Miller and FAU Libraries through the Southeast Florida Library Information Network. This agreement is a big window for us and will allow our faculty access to current scholarly resources, said Demirhan. The intent of the special agreements is consistent with FAUs reputation of forging distinctive alliances, serving diverse communities and expanding its international presence. The agreements also demonstrate the good will of FAU Libraries, which primarily use WorldCat, a global network of library content and services that uses the web to connect 72,000 member libraries in 170 countries, as its main source for sharing research and resources. This demonstrates our willingness to share resources in the international arena and identifies us as a good place to come to for resources, said Troy Christenson, interlibrary loan librarian and coordinator at FAU Libraries. Sharing our resources enhances our ability to borrow materials for our university community. FAU Libraries interlibrary loan department is receiving more requests for interna tional articles and documents, and expects that trend to continue to rise. FAUs diverse student and faculty populations are requesting more research materials in their native languages, and the Internet is helping to increase awareness of the availability of the articles. The more our budgets shrink, the more it will continue to drive up demand for these services, said Christenson. We must borrow because we cannot purchase or store all of the materials.COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Community NewsFAU Libraries Share Resource Materials with Universities in Nigeria, ArmeniaOmachi Okolo, a library assistant at the American University of Nigeria Library, helps students (left) Bassaro Abdulrasheed and Kamilu Elwan. THE ORGANIZERClosets-Garages-Oces-Filing Garage Sales-Pack/Unpack Moving Boxes-Holiday DecoratingPaul Jetty 561.596.1069 pauljetty1957@yahoo.com $25 per hour PBC Financial Management and Budget Earns GFOA Distinguished Budget Presentation AwardThe Palm Beach County Office of Financial Management and Budget (OFMB) has once again received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) of the United States and Canada. This marks the 26th consecutive year OFMB has been recognized by the Chicago-based nonprofit professional organization. OFMB Director Liz Bloeser accepted the Certificate of Recognition for Budget Presenta tion on behalf of her staff. The award reflects a commitment to meet the highest principles of government budgeting. In order to receive it, OFMB must satisfy a stringent set of nationally recog nized guidelines for effective budget presentation. These guidelines are designed to show how well the Palm Beach County budget serves as a policy document, a financial plan, an operations guide, and a communications device. The GFOA serves approximately 17,000 government finance professionals throughout North America. The organizations Distinguished Budget Presentation Award program is the only national awards program for governmental budgeting.


8 Edition 105 July 5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com All letters to the editor should be sent to: P.O. Box 970593 Boca Raton, FL 33497To the Editor: On Saturday, July 7, 2012 at 8:00 AM, Representative Bill Hager will join with Sand Sifters for their All American Beach Cleanup at Oceanfront Park, 6415 N. Ocean Boulevard, Ocean Ridge, at the pavilion in the lower parking lot. Sand Sifters will also be collecting items for the Forgotten Soldiers Outreach Group in honor of Independence Day. Sincerely, Beth Lerner Hager Campaign Dale -You may have seen my email on Saturday saying that we were close to setting a record for the day. We didnt just set the record, we shattered it. More than 30,000 Democrats helped us raise over $1 million on Saturday alone -nearly twice our previous record. Democrats are on offense. Were holding Republicans across the country accountable for threatening to drastically cut Medicare and repeal President Obamas health care law. Sincerely, Nancy Pelosi Minority Leader U.S. House of Representatives Dear Dale, Happy 4th of July week! No matter if you are at work or on a well-deserved vacation, we hope you enjoy the holiday! Next Thursday, July 12th is our Membership breakfast. Also, the Wine & All That Jazz event held annually as part of Boca Festival Days is early this year mark your calendars for Saturday, August 4th at the Boca Raton Resort & Club. Our Boca Chamber text alerts the fantastic event reminder for busy professionals are now coming from # 34343. Sincerely, Troy McLellan President and CEO Greater Boca Raton Chamber of CommerceIts summer. Its hot. The Fourth of July has passed us by and theres not very much to do. At least thats what a lot of people seem to think. Well, you know you can always find something going on at Florida Atlantic University. Just look to the performing arts area. The universitys Theater and Dance Department is up and running for the season, offering its annual series of Summer Festival Reparatory performances at Studio One, Studio Two and in the University Theater. As usual, the department is alternating two shows, and therell be a final performance to end the series on July 28. My wife and I were intrigued by production of Shakespeares Loves Labours Lost. Director Jean Louis Baldet said he adapted the Elizabethan Era comedy by setting it in Key West circa 1947. This was the Key West of Hemingway, Tennessee Williams, a place where President Truman came to relax, at the Little White House, away from the affairs of state, Baldet said. In his adaptation, Key West is an independent kingdom, the seat of power of the Great Florida Keys. They Conchs, as they are called, lay claim to the Peninsula of Florida in a dispute with the King of France. The arrival of the kings daughter tests the resolve of four young men who are in Key West to give up wine, women and song (wrong place to do that). While each tries to hide his infatuations from each other, in the end their trysts are too hard to keep quiet. The play ends as they are all revealed and join in a gigantic celebration and dance. The play is in Studio One on the following dates and times: Saturday, July 7, 7 pm; Friday, July 13, 7 pm; Saturday, July 14, 1 pm Sunday, July 15, 1 pm and Saturday, July 21, 7 pm Shakespeares show alternates with Showtune, a revue of songs by Jerry Herman, who offered up hit tunes in everything from Mack and Mabel to La Cage Aux Folles. Jerry was himself a distinguished Broadway composer and lyricist. Showtune performance dates are Saturday, July 7, 1 pm; Sunday, July 8, 1 pm; Thursday, July 12, 1 pm; Saturday, July 14, 7 pm; Thursday, July 19, 1 pm; Friday, July 20, 7 pm and Saturday, July 21, all in the University Theater. The curtain comes down Saturday, July 28 at 7 pm when FAUs all-Florida College Jazz Band presents an evening of hits from the 30s, 40s and 50s. Authentic music of Big Band sensations like Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Glenn Miller and Benny Goodman will fill the air. For information on all performances, call 1-800564-9539 or visit www.fauevents.com. A Farewell to Frank I got an email not long ago from a close friend and a really good guy who is retiring from the Boca Raton Fire Rescue Services Frank Correggio. Dear Friends, he said. On June 29th I will be retiring from Boca Raton Fire Rescue Services Department. I have spent 34 years working for the best city and for the best Fire Rescue Service in the world. I have been blessed with a wonderful career and met some wonderful people along the way especially my friends in the media. Thank you for all that you shared with me, your knowledge, your time, your experiences and especially your friendship. You made my job easy.. even though there were times we had to do more than one take. My position will not be filled; however they will be turning over the PIO duties to my friend and co worker Assistant Chief Mike Gergora. A seasoned veteran in the fire service he will no doubt be a valuable asset to our city and to each and every one of you. With your help the transition of my position will be easy. God Speed, Frank! EDITORIAL 60 days. letters to the editor.Letter Guidelines By Dale King Letters to the Editor EDITORIALS/LETTERS East/West Boca Raton, FLThe Boca Raton TribuneFounded January 15, 2010 DOUGLAS HEIZER, PublisherSKIP SHEFFIELD, MATT BLUESTEIN, CHRIS J. NELSON, LINDA GOVE,CARLO BARBIERI,Business DOUGLAS HEIZER: C.E.ODINI HEIZER: C.O.O. CHRIS CATAGGIO: C.M.0 Our Writers/Reporters and Columnists Editorial DALE M. 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9 Edition 105 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Jul5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com By Douglas HeizerTHOUGHTS FROM THE PUBLISHER EDITORIALS & LETTERS East/West Boca Raton, FL By Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr.POSITIVE LIVING I Believe in Personal Initiative!When babies arrive in the world, for a long time they completely depend on parents or guardians for all their needs. This continues for quite some time until they can become more fully independent of pa rental care. It is during those growing years that they need to learn vital lessons about assuming responsibility for personal decisions, and for taking the initiative on various life demands. Eventually, on their own, they also need to recognize in lifes jourmey, the necessity of seeking wisdom from responsible persons, and not acting totally independent from fellow humans. Daily we are confronted with a multiplicity of situations which couldve been avoided if we had been more proactive in taking personal initiative in dealing with them. This occurs in creating something that needs to be done as well as in preventing, or even terminating, situations which should not persist! For many years Ive been challenged by ten twoletter words that address this issue very accurately and eloquently. They clearly show that bad things wont stop, nor will good things ever get started, unless you do your part to ensure that such is the case in either instance. Those ten words Im referring to are: IF IT IS TO BE, IT IS UP TO ME! In other words, never wait for others to do what you yourself can accomplish; avoid delaying what has no need to wait any longer when the opportunity and the resources for quick action are right before you! Sadly, in our society, people are quick in blaming others for not having done certain things which they, themselves, could have tackled, whether to end an undesirable condition, to prevent a potential disaster, or to promote a positive project which can impact for good a large number of people. Finger-pointing and some types of loud protest are often too late in coming, and far less effective than doing what you are able to achieve, at the right time, in the right way, and for the right reasons, always employing the right tools and following the best possible strategies! Dont think of others as the only solvers of situa tions you are capable of addressing. Instead, recruit others for what you have already initiated. Quickly discover, help develop, and effectively deploy fellow laborers in accordance with their talents to be utilized in the situation you seek to improve or resolve! Any life of inactivity is a wasted life. Yet, humans everywhere are daily surrounded with new challenges that must be addressed! You can take the initiative to do what you are able! his education in four of them. When he resided in southern California, he wrote a weekly column for the daily Anaheim Bulletin, which was carried for about six years, until he moved to south Florida. First and foremost, I would like to thank the Boca Raton community both east and west -for their continuous support of the Boca Raton Tribune, which has been delivered in a print edition for more than two years and offers a wonderfully diverse website. With your support, we look forward to the growth of the publication. We are excited this week to announce that the newest edition of Downtown Boca will be released in the upcoming weeks. We would also like to congratulate our sister publication, the Coral Springs Tribune. After one year of providing local news on the online website, we are happy to provide the first print publication to the community of Coral Springs this week. To efficiently run a newspaper, it is imperative to have the proper resources and funds. For the Boca Raton Tribune, we are counting on the generosity from businesses both inside of and outside the Boca Raton area. However, we would like to encourage more support from businesses in the city of Boca Raton to place ads in the newspaper. The city of Boca Raton is a community that is large enough to provide prominent stories rather than small excerpts. We would like to see these news stories delivered with many ads within the printed publication. This will help the Tribune to extend its coverage in order to provide the community with relevant information. Like our sister publications, the Delray Beach Tribune and the Coral Springs Tribune, we promise to continue to serve the city of Boca Raton in the same way. We promise to provide news articles pertinent to the city of Boca Raton and its surrounding areas. We hope to always provide local news that everyone can depend on. Thank you for your continuous support and I wish the Delray Beach Tribune and Coral Springs Tribune a bright future. I look forward to always providing the city with relevant local news because we truly are Your Closest Neighbor.Boca Tribune Salutes Sister Publications, Coral Springs and Delray Beach Tribunes


10 Edition 105 July 5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com Story & photos by Lt Jackie Zarrilli BOCA RATON The Boca Raton Composite Squadron joined forces with various military associations to recog nize the achievements and accomplishments of U.S. Air Force Auxiliary Civil Air Patrol volunteers. Squadron Commander 1st Lt Macdonald promoted five senior officers, Lisa Rader, Richard Haughton, Douglas Martin and Charles Wren to 1st Lieutenant and Ted Ballou to 2nd Lieutenant. Lt Wren also received his Cadet Orientation Pilot and Mission Transport Pilot certificates. Major Gloria Essaye received Civil Air Patrols Red Service Award for 20 years with the organization. Master of Ceremonies, She has sponsored numerous scholarships for squadron cadets to attend encampments and Special Activities. Next, Jackie Zarrilli and Christina Zarrilli received 10year Red Service Awards. 1st Lt JackieZarrillis role in the success of the squadrons cadet programs and public affairs was acknowledged. Christina Zarrilli was held up as a cadet role model for her 10 years of service and CAP achievements. Ten cadets were promoted to the next rank. Two cadets, Miller Caldwell and Daniel Henao were recognized earning the milestone Wright Brothers Achievement, promoting them to non-commission officers. Jonathan Burrage and Juliana Mora were promoted to Cadet Senior Airmen. Burrage also received Group 6s Rising Star Award and Mora their Cadet Training Most Improved. Taylor Broad and Johnathan Ballou became Cadet Airmen First Class. Ac knowledging the work it takes to earn the first cadet promotion, Cadet Commander 2d Lt Macdonald congratulated Nicolas Castillo and Joalbert Mussenden for earning the rank of Cadet Airman. Both these young men will attend Florida Wings training Encampment held at Camp Blanding in July. The Squadrons First Sergeant, Johann Douglas, sets the example for ca dets with his military bearing and rapid promotions. At last years ceremony he became a Cadet Airman and at this one, he was promoted to Cadet Senior Master Sergeant. U.S. Air Force retired Senior Master Sergeant Alan Clineman presented this exceptional cadet with several prestigious awards, Air Force and Squadron Cadet of the Year, and Air Force Sergeants Association and Group 6 NCO of the Year. In addition, he received CAPs Special Acts Ribbon and for the second time their Community Service Award for 60 hours of service outside of CAP. Representing several veteran orga nizations, U.S. Marine Corps retired Joe Motes, presented C/2d Lt Zackery Mac donald with the Disabled American Veterans Service Award. At this ceremony Macdonald also received the Special Act and CAC Service Ribbons. Motes presented the Marine Corps Esprit de Corp medals; earning the Gold Medal Hudson Rickard, Silver Medal Jonathan Burrage, and Bronze Juliana Mora. C/SSgt Daniel Henao was the Sons of the American Revolutions Good Citizenship Award recipient. Motes presented the Sons of American Revolutions Certificates of Appreciation for their participation in veteran events to squadron cadets Ballou, Broad, Castillo, Cleghorn, Mussenden and Noel. Representing the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Barry Goldin, presented C/2Lt Zackery Macdonald with VFWs Cadet Officer of the Year Award and C/SMSgt Johann Douglas with VFWs NCO of the Year Award. Goldin acknowledged Zackery Macdonalds 1st place and Michael Manninos 3rd place, winning Voice of Democracy speeches. VFWs middle school Patrol Pen winners were also recognized; 1st place Hudson Rickard, 2nd place Daniel Henao, and 3rd place Miller Caldwell. The ceremony concluded with recog nition for veterans service to the nation with special acknowledgment of CAP Major Bill Bottle, WWII U.S. Army Air Corps pilot. The ceremony was followed by a cake reception. The Boca Raton Composite Squadron regular meetings are held on Tuesday evenings 6:30pm to 9pm at the Civil Air Patrol building at Boca Raton Airport. See webpage www.capboca.org. It is the official auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force. Visit www.gocivilairpatrol.com or www.capvolunteernow.com for more information. COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL FAU National Alumni Association Names New Executive Committee, Board MembersBOCA RATON The Florida Atlantic University National Alumni Association Board recently announced its new executive committee. Craig Richman is the boards new chair, taking over for Romayne Berry who served as chair since 2010. Continuing their service as members of the boards executive committee are former treasurer Jorge Cabrera who is now vice chair and secretary Tiffany Weimar Michael Lansing joins the executive committee as treasurer. Richman joined the FAUNAA Board in 2009 and previously served as vice chair. He earned a Bachelor of Business Administra tion from FAU and is president of Richman Capital Management, an investment management firm that consults with high net worth individuals, foundations and pension plans. Richman is a former president of the Rotary Club of Boca Raton and trustee member of the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce. I am honored to serve as FAUNAA board chair, said Richman. I look forward to working with my fellow board members to advance the mission of the alumni association and continue to pave the way for a bright future for FAU. The board also welcomed three new members, noted for their civic service and professional accomplishments: Reinaldo (Rey) Mor is a retired senior executive of Motorola, Inc., where he served as senior vice president and chief quality officer. He is passionate about science and technology education and serves on the executive advisory boards of FIRST Robotics and the FAU College of Engineering & Computer Science. Mor was named one of the top 50 Latinos in Technology for five consecutive years and was inducted into the FAU National Alumni Association Hall of Fame in 2005. Pablo E. Paez is vice president of corporate relations for The GEO Group, Inc. and executive director of The GEO Group Foundation. He received bachelors degrees in finance and real estate, as well as an MBA from FAU. Paez was student body president from 2002 to 2003 and represented FAU as the first student member on the Florida Board of Governors. He previously served on the FAUNAA Board from 2003 to 2009. Roland Valdivieso is vice president and senior commercial banker for TD Bank, providing financial solutions to mid-size businesAes in South Florida. He received a bachelors degree in management from the College of Business at FAU and served as a student orientation leader and president of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. Valdivieso is a member of the Broward Alliance for economic development, and previously served on the FAUNAA Board from 2001 to 2007. U.S. Air Force (ret) Sr Master Sgt Alan Clineman presented Cadet Sr Master Sgt Johann Douglas with several prestigious awards. Flanked on the right by C/SrA Juliana Mora and left by C/SrA Jonathan Burrage, Joe Motes presented them Marine Corps Esprit de Corp medals.Community News Boca Raton Composite Squadron Civil Air Patrol Honors Volunteers Musical Rewind: A Trip Through the DecadesBOCA RATON The city of Boca Raton has announced its summer line-up of free weekend concert events, Musical Rewind: A Trip Through the Decades, at the Mizner Park Amphitheater, located at 590 Plaza Real in Downtown Boca. We assembled a wonderful series of diverse live entertainment from old fa vorites to new artists with current hits, so there is definitely something for everyone, said Chrissy Biagiotti, Manager of Cultural Facilities, City of Boca Ra ton. The series kicked off on Saturday, June 9, when 97.9 WRMF hosted a Party in the Parkfeaturing American Idol winner Kris Allen and 80s sensation John Waite. Nearly 2500 people gathered to enjoy the night of free music under the stars. The rewind will continue to work its way back through the seventies, the sixties and end in the fifties. This month, the rewind continues into the psychedelic sixties with Grateful Dead tribute band Crazy Fingers, who will perform Dead favorites and sixties songs on Saturday, July 21at 8 p.m.. Another South Florida favorite, The Fabulons, will close the series with some twisting and shouting through the fifties. Blankets and chairs are permitted at the free summer events, and chairs are also available for rent. Food and beverage vendors will be on site, so no coolers or outside alcoholic beverages are allowed. The events are rain or shine. Preferred parking is available adjacent to the venue. For more information visit www. mizneramphitheater.com or, call (561) 393-7806 or follow updates on Twitter @ miznerparkamphi. Summer Schedule of Amphitheater Free Concert Events: July 2011 Saturday, July 21 8:00 p.m. 60s Crazy Fingers a tribute the Grateful Dead and hits from the sixties August 2011 Friday, August 10 8:00 p.m. 50s The Fabulons tribute to the 50s see pics pg. B9 see pics pg. B5 John Waite


11 Edition 105 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Jul5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com TheBocaRatonTribune.com Read... Municipal NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune Municipal News Palm Tran Introduces Online Real-Time Tools for Passengers Palm Tran has implemented two new tools to assist riders planning their public transportation trips online using geographic information system (GIS) and global positioning system (GPS) technology for computers or data planequipped smart phones. Google Transit and InfoPoint (from Avail Technologies) are online service products now available to passengers. For trip planning, Palm Tran partnered with Google to include its information in Google Transit www.google. com/transit. Passengers enter their starting and ending destination and departure or arrival time. Each Google Transit search request provides satellite images and user-friendly maps displayed beside a Palm Tran route itinerary. Google Transit will provide up to three suggested trip plans, transfer inBoca Raton Municipal Meetings, Activities, Week of July 9-13July 9 COMMUNITY REDEVEL OPMENT AGENCY/CITY COUNCIL WORKSHOP MEETING 1:30 PM at City Hall, Council Chamber CITIZENS PEDESTRIAN AND BIKEWAY ADVISORY BOARD 7:30 PM at Boca Raton Community Center Annex July 10 GREEN LIVING ADVISORY BOARD 8:30 AM at 6500 Building PLANNING ADVISORY REVIEW 9:30 AM at City Hall, First Floor Conference Room PARKS & RECREATION BOARD 5:15 PM at James A Rutherford Community Center Patch Reef Park CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEET ING 6:00 PM at City Hall, Council Chamber COMMUNITY APPEARANCE BOARD 7:00 PM at Boca Raton Community Center, Silver Palm Room East July 11 SPECIAL MASTER HEARING 9:00 AM at City Hall, Council Chamber BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT STEERING COMMITTEE 3:00 PM at City Hall, DS Second Floor Large Conference Room ELDER AFFAIRS ADVISORY BOARD 4:00 PM at Police Services, Second Floor Conference Room July 12 DROP-IN STORYTIME 10:00 AM 10:30 AM at Downtown Library GENERAL EMPLOYEES PENSION PLAN DISABILITY REVIEW COMMITTEE 3:00 PM at Pension Office GENERAL EMPLOYEES PENSION PLAN BOARD 4:00 PM at Pension Office ZONING BOARD OF ADJUST MENT 7:00 PM at City Hall, Council Chamber July 13 EYES TO THE SKIES 6:00 PM 8:00 PM at Childrens Science Explorium ALADDIN 7:00 PM 8:30 PM at Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand Park July 14 BI-LINGUAL STORY TIME 10:00 AM 10:30 AM at Downtown Library TOT TIME 10:00 AM 12:00 PM at Sugar Sand Park Community Center SATURDAYS AT SANBORN Free Fitness Classes at 9:00 am and 10:30 AM at Sanborn Square ALADDIN 12:00 PM 1:30 PM at Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand Park ALADDIN 2:00 PM 3:30 PM at Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand ParkMan Arrested Trying to Break into Boca HomeBOCA RATON -On Tuesday, July 3 at about 3:40 in the morning, Boca Raton Police officers responded to a burglary to a residence in the area of 1000 Spanish River Rd. The victim told officers he and his wife were awoken by a noise coming from the patio, which surrounds the apartment. The victim looked through the sliding glass door and saw a male reaching his arm through the screen, attempting to unlock the patio door. The suspect saw the victim and ran. Police said officers checking the area located a male at 900 South Ocean Boulevard. The suspect, identified as Jean Saintilus, matched the description given by the victim and his wife. Saintilus told officers he was walking from his home near 1500 SW 2nd Avenue and was going to the beach. The vic tim and his wife identified Saintilus as the person trying to enter their patio. Officers arrested Saintilus and charged him with attempted burglary. Police said Saintilus has previously been arrested for loitering and prowling. structions, and estimated arrival times. The service also provides estimates on walking time and monetary savings by choosing transit over driving. Google Transit can help a passenger plan a route on Palm Tran and connect to other Florida transit systems. InfoPoint www.pbcgov.com/infopoint provides real-time bus informa tion based on route, location and direction. The display screen will depict the street network, show actual bus locations, and other pertinent informa tion. All customers need to do is select their route and then select a bus stop. The system is designed to show the next three scheduled trips and current on-time information for each at that bus stop. Please visit www.pbcgov.com/palmtran/ for more information. PBC Financial Management and Budget Earns GFOA Distinguished Budget Presentation AwardThe Palm Beach County Office of Financial Management and Budget (OFMB) has once again received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) of the United States and Canada. This marks the 26th consecutive year OFMB has been recognized by the Chicago-based nonprofit professional organization. OFMB Director Liz Bloeser accepted the Certificate of Recognition for Budget Presentation on behalf of her staff. The award reflects a commitment to meet the highest principles of government budgeting. In order to receive it, OFMB must satisfy a stringent set of nationally recognized guidelines for effective budget presentation. These guidelines are designed to show how well the Palm Beach County budget serves as a policy document, a financial plan, an operations guide, and a com munications device. The GFOA serves approximately 17,000 government finance professionals throughout North America. The organizations Distinguished Budget Presentation Award program is the only national awards program for governmental budgeting.


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13 Edition 105 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Jul5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com See page B8 The Boca Raton Tribune B Section B Boca Life & Arts FOOD REVIEW See page B6Linda Beans Lobster RollIt Says It All + MoreMagic Mike Raunchy Fun for FemalesENTERTAINMENT See page B6 July 5, 2012 through July 11, 2012 www.bocaratontribune.com Boca Life & Arts BOCA RATON -Lynn University and Jan McArt, director of theatre arts program development, announce that season subscriptions are now available for the popular Libby Dodsons LIVE AT LYNN Theatre Series 2013. Individual tickets are also on sale. Scheduled headliners at the Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center on the Lynn campus include a return visit by classical music sensations Bravo Amici, the magical artistry of Cirque DAmour, the Abba Tribute band Adbracadabra, and the super hot Latin dancers Miami All Stars, who wowed both the audience and the judges on the hit NBC TV show, Americas Got Talent. This years LIVE AT LYNN Theatre Series hosts both national and international performers in a delicious selection of top tier performers that will delight entertainment fans of all ages. Anyone who loves beautiful music brilliantly performed should plan now on attending every knock-out production, said McArt. For over 30 years, I have strived to present the Boca Ra ton community and surrounding areas with the finest of entertainment with something for everyone, and I think weve topped ourselves this year, she added. We hope to meet new subscribers and make new friends here in the Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center at Lynn University, so treat yourself to an evening out and let us entertain you. The schedule is: Saturday, Jan. 26, 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Jan. 27, 4 p.m., Bravo Amici. Enjoy a spectacular night as these stunning divas, handsome tenors, on-stage charisma and beautiful voices combine to create an unbeatable combination. The program is sponsored by Linda L. Miller, Jackie Gill, Bob Levinson and Zelda Luxenberg. Saturday, Feb. 16, 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Feb. 17, 4 p.m., Cirque DAmour. Combining the magical artistry of a European circus with the flirtatious camp of Burlesque, this is an intimate evening of song, dance, humor and mind-blowing acrobatics featuring gorgeous costuming, an electrifying score and seductive choreography. Exclusive production sponsor is Elaine Johnson Wold. Saturday, March 2, 7:30 and Sunday, March 3, 4 p.m., Adbracadabra. Dust off the leisure suits and platform shoes and transport back to the s when disco was king. This ultimate tribute band puts on such a dazzling show delivered with such energy and detail that fans have sworn the original ABBA members have reunited. Exclusive production sponsor is Christine E. Lynn. Saturday, April 6, 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, April 7, 4 p.m., Miami All Stars. As seen on Americas Got Talent, these dancers represent Miami as the melting pot of America and feature the sizzling Latin fire for which the city is famous. Renowned for their Latin International Ballroom, they train in all styles of dance. Their excitement and passion is expertly shared with the audience in a way that has to be seen to be believed. Sponsored by Gordon Harcourt Heaver; Cabaret reception sponsored by Kathy & Ron Assaf. Also during 2013, the Wold Performing Arts Center will be home for the LIVE AT LYNN American Songbook Series featuring musical tributes by Marshall Turkin and the Classical Jazz Ensemble to immortal songwriters including Jerry Herman (January 6); Henry Mancini (January 20); The Three Titans: Jules Stein, Frank Loesser and Frederick Loewe (February 10); and The Three Swingers: Vernon Duke and Jimmy McHugh (March 10). Season subscriptions are now available at a 25 percent discount only $262 for orchestra seats (regularly $350) and $236 for Mezzanine seating (usually $315). Subscriptions can be purchased online at http://events.lynn.edu/, or at the Boice Box Office in the Wold Performing Arts Center on the Lynn University campus, on the west side of Military Trail in Boca Raton. Tickets for individual performances will be available for purchase on July 2 by calling 561.237.9000. Tickets are $45/mezzanine, $50/orchestra, and $65/box. They are available for purchase at the Lynn University Box Office, located in the Wold Performing Arts Center at 3601 N. Military Trail. Tickets also may be purchased online at http://events.lynn.edu/ or by phone at 561.237.9000. Live at Lynn 2012 Series to Feature National, International Stars HEALTHY LIVINGWhat to Watch for When Exercising in the Summer Time


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18 Edition 105 July 5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com Linda Beans Perfect Maine Lobster Roll is a toasted New England gluten-free split top bun with fresh cold meat from a one pound lobster in a herb dressing. Served in a basket with salt and vinegar chips from Miss Vicki and pickle chips with a portion of cole slaw a succulent too much, order the Junior Lobster Roll at half the price. Other sections are a Maine shrimp roll, crabmeat roll, both fresh, tasty and Available by cup or bowl, lobster bisque is smooth, silky and savory. For a dollar more they add chunks of lobster meat and call it Lobster Stew. The Maine clam chowder with its diced potatoes is a Linda Beans Pasta Lobster Traps, 5 ravioli with a lobster cream sauce parmesan available after 5PM only-a nice dish through the pasta seems a bit doughy. The Port Cylde Crab Melt crabmeat, tomatoes, cheddar cheese and mayo on grilled Panini bread was a mixture of ingredients that didnt quite make it. A new specialty item on the menu is Lobster Mac and Cheese. This most delicious dish is a hearty portion of excellent taste with chunks of leg and claw meat. We have to applaud the recipe it is like no other Mac and Cheese weve tasted dont miss this one! The Lobster Cuddlersa pair of sauce, or lobster sliders3 in number over greens, or lobster quesadilla containing lobster meat, cheddar cheese, sliced mushrooms, roasted red peppers with herb dressing or the Delray Energy tossed with the lobster cream sauce parmesan, Maine shrimp and a side salad (after 5 PM please) complete the list of specialties. Mixed green salad or Caesar salad with a variety of dressings can be had. Add seafood pieces if you wish. We note Maine lobsters at market price as well as steamed mussels and steamed baby clamsthese two are not to our liking as the bivalves were too bland or too mushy and their white wine, pesto and garlic broth had a very poor taste. There are 6 items on the menu of grilled sandwiches and wraps. The simpler fare listing includes a spinach and artichoke dip with or without crabmeat, grilled cheese with or without lobster bisque plus an all beef hotdog and more. Desserts are blueberry pie, apple pie and a Maine mini Whoopie pie, either cha or pumpkin. Soft drinks, waters, lemonade, iced plus ODouls non alcoholic. Wine lovers can choose from 5 domestic whites, 4 reds and 1 sparkling. Pricing for the food and beverages is Seating 40 inside and 40 at sidewalk tables, this is one of 5 Linda Beans minichain. Delray is open 7 days-Sunday through Thursday from 11AM to 9PM, Friday and Saturday until 10PM. This very casual corner is at 200 East Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach (561-276-2502). Linda Beans Lobster RollIt Says It All + More Food Review Marc Kent Entertainment Skip Sheffield B6 Edition 105 July 5, 2012 through July 11, 2012 www.bocaratontribune.com Boca Life & Arts Section Bedies open this past weekend. Magic the female audience. The ladies turned out in force for a preview screening at AMC Aventura. They were whipped into a squealing, screaming frenzy by a fast-talking Miami radio personality. Frankly it for Magic Mike, a yarn about strutting male strippers in a tawdry Tampa Club Xquisite. Channing Tatum stars as the title character. He also co-produced the Soderbergh. You could say Tatum has an intiter, as he did some stripping before he turned to acting. stripper) than he is an actor, but that by Reid Carolin. While there are elements of a cautionary tale, most of this is played for laughs and bawdy physical fun. Mike (Tatum) is the star of Club Xquisite, which is run by an ex-stripper named Dallas (a superbly chiseled We see Mike in action, thrilling a friends. calls The Kid. Mike sees potential in The Kid, and when a guy falls to show up for a show, he pushes Dallas to give Adam a chance. He turns out to be a natural. Complications ensue when Mike falls for Adams protective older sister Brooke (Cody) and Adam becomes entangled with dope-dealing shady characters. But Magic Mike is not about the perils of stripping or drugs. Its more ing grown-up responsibility. Its not a movie I would want to see alone, but it is fun seeing women express their carnal fantasies like, um, men. Three stars Ted Very Raunchy; Not Much Fun for Anyone is a tawdry tale about a 35-year-old man who has to choose between his best friend, a childhood Teddy bear, and a real-life woman. irreverent Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane, who also voices the CGanimated Ted. to take advantage of star Mark Wahlbergs real-life background. The story begins in 1985 with a Christmas wish by young John BenTeddy bear could to life. Thanks to the magic of computer animation Ted not only springs to life, he develops a randy personality of his own. Ted is rated R. Much of the humor derives from the shock value of a foul-mouthed Teddy bear doing raunchy things. Ted is like a perennial adolescent, always on the make. InexpliJohn has a longtime girlfriend named Lori (Mila Kunis) who also inexplicably tolerates Ted as a rival met when John and Lori come home ers. Its not so much the hookers but the really gross thing one of them has done that disgusts Lori. Understandably Lori issues an ultimatum: the bear or me. I dont know what is so tragic about a man having to man up, but a number of Hollywood fantasies seem to be based on the same dilemma. Jason Segal had the same problem in The Muppets, but that was a kinder, gentler and more touching comedy. Ted is simply gross and not much fun. Two starsMagic Mike Raunchy Fun for Females Scene from Magic Mike


19 Edition 105 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Jul5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com Edition 105 B7 July 5, 2012 through July 11, 2012 www.bocaratontribune.com Boca Life & Arts Section B On The Budget Girls BedroomMany people assume that girls always dream in pink and purple. However, nowadays girls are choosing a variety of colors. From pink, to blue, even to Recently, I have had more modern requests with a clean and chic feel. This room is a great example. A 6 year old girl wanted blue and green incorporated into her bedroom. The bed set is modern, yet keeps the room young and fresh. Ale Montesdeoca This room is elegant, contemporary and clean with a purple and pink color pallet. Here we have a clean and functional look. This room is colorful, functional, elegant, and has a unique design. More tips goes to www.alemontesdeoca.blogspot.com


20 Edition 105 July 5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com B8 Edition 105 July 5, 2012 through July 11, 2012 www.bocaratontribune.com Boca Life & Arts Section BThe high temperatures in the summer time may pose several risks to those who exercise under the sun. More dangerous yet is to exercise under the heat and the high humidity levels. Learn how to protect yourself against this 4 dangerous health conditions that may be potentially fatal. 1) Dehydration The dehydration is not only limited to the summer months, even do being more commun this time of the year. Several health professionals believe that the ma jority of the population is in a chronic dehydration state. Beverages like coffee, teas, sodas, and alcohol, act like diuretics, and if consumed daily, without at least the same amount of water ingested, it will cause dehydration. Now, if the individual is physically active the chances for dehydration are even higher. Working outdoors under high humidity and temperatures promotes perspiration, and may cause dehydration. The perspiration is an important process, because it cools down the body, but at the same time it dehydrates it by the loss of electrolytes. If you are lightly dehydrated and sweat you may aggravate the dehydration. It is important to maintain good levels of fluid ingestion at all times. Once you feel thisty it is already too late, because the human body can withstand hours of critical levels of lack of fluids before you feel thirsty. By watching the color of your urine you you may know if you are dehydrated. The urine must be pale yellow or even very clear. If not, you must ingest more fluids. 2) Muscle Cramps due to the heat Muscle cramps caused by the high temperatures of the summer are very painful and rarely improve with a quick massage or by firming the leg on the ground. They occur due to the loss of minerals with the sweat and dehydration. Once you get to the point of this type of cramps, its to late to try to replace the fluids and electrolytes lost. To get rid of this type of muscle cramps you have to interrupt the physical activity you are performing and must ingest fluids. The fluids ingested may includ sports drinks and plain water. Apply massage to the involved muscles to decrease the pain, cool down the body with wet towels to decrease the body metabolism, and prevent the further loss of fluids thru sweat. 3) Heat Exaustion Heat Exaustion is a dangerous condition that can lead to serious health complications. The symptoms commonly observed during heat exaustion are: dizziness, chills (mainly in the arms and body), nausea, moderate to severe headaches, decreased coordination, muscle weakness, muscle cramps, and increased heart bit. If you experience one or more of these symptoms you should: stop the activity immediately, drink plenty of fluids and sports drinks,change in loose and dry clothes, lye down with your legs elevated above the heart level, and go to the nearest emergency room. 4) Heat stroke Heat stroke can be fatal. Unfortunately several individuals ignore the symptoms of heatstroke and continue to push to the point of a termoregulatory system collapse. The symptoms of heat stroke are similar to the symptoms of heat exaustion but rapidly progress to: desorienta tion, severe weakness, strange behavior, rapid pulse, cessation of sweat, hot and dry skin, and high body temperature of 104 degrees Fahrenheit (40 degrees Celcius) or higher, loss of consciousness, convulsions and coma. To practice physical exercises outdoors is very important, but do not allow the heat to put your health in danger. Follow the above stated precautions, dont forget to apply a good sunscreen and enjoy the benefits of the summer. Dr. Medina is a graduate from a renown brazilian university since 1995 and attended Nova Southeastern University where she received her clinical doctorate degree in 2009. She specializes in orthopedics, sports rehabilitation and nutrition and is associated with Holy Cross Orthopedic Institute since 2008. Healthy Living Dr. Marcia Perretto MedinaWhat to Watch for When Exercising in the Summer Time Delray Beach Playhouse Childrens Theater Presents Willy Wonka Jr.DELRAY BEACH -The Delray Beach Playhouse Childrens Theatre presents Willy Wonka, Jr., Roald Dahls timeless story of the world famous candy man, on Saturday, July 7 at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. and Sunday, July 8 at 1 and 4 p.m. With a cast of over 30 talented young actors ranging in age from 5 18 from all over Palm Beach County, this lively show is sure to entertain audiences of all ages. Directed by Marla Gideos, this stage adaptation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory features the songs from the classic family film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. The memorable score features The Candy Man, Pure Imagination, Oompa Loompa and I Want it Now. It is a pleasure to work with so many talented young singers and actors. This is one summer show you will not want to miss., said Gideos. The playhouse is staging a promotion with local merchants who will have hidden Golden Tickets that can be redeemed at The Factory at The Playhouse for a free Scrumdiddlyumptious prize. Just look for a poster at participating businesses and then look for the ticket. To reserve tickets to the show, call the box office at 561-272-1281 Ext. 4. Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for students 18 and younger. The playhouse is located at 950 NW 9th Street, Delray Beach. Parking is free. Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand Park Presenting Two Shows in JulyBOCA RATON The Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand Park is presenting two shows during July. A community cabaret with 20 performers, including singers, dancers & comedians, will be presented Wednesday, July 18 at 7:30 p.m. Participants will have five minutes of fame on the Willow Theatre stage. Call ahead to register. Tickets are $5 and will be on sale one week prior to the show. Also, Aladdin will be presented by the Curtain Call Players July 13 at 7 p.m., July 14 at noon and 2 p.m. and July 15 at 2 p.m. Cost: $10 adult $5 children 12 years and under. Aladdin meets his uncle who convinc es him to retrieve a lamp, which turns out to be magic. Join Aladdins adventures as he falls in love with a princess, meets a genie who grants him wishes, fights off an evil sorcerer, and lives happily ever after. Willow Theatre box office hours are T-F, 10am-1pm and 5pm-8pm; Sat. 1-5pm; and 1 hour prior to all showtimes. Call (561) 347-3948 or visit www.willowtheatre.org.


21 Edition 105 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Jul5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com Boca Life & Arts S P O T L I G H T Section B Edition 105 B9 July 5, 2012 through July 11, 2012 $ 2 4 9 5 W i t h C o m p l i m e n t a r y 1 g l a s s w i n e S e v e n N i g h t s a W e e k Barry Goldin awarded Veterans of Foreign Wars NCO and Officer of the Year respectively to Johann Douglas (rt) and Zackery Macdonald (lft).Boca Raton Composite Squadron Civil Air Patrol honors volunteers Commander Douglas Macdonald promoted Richard Haughton to 1stLieutenant and acknowledged his support of the squadron cadets Aerospace Education. Boca Raton Composite Squadron Commander Douglas Macdonald and Cadet Commander Zackery Macdonald flank ceremonys featured speaker Christopher Ziebarth who told audience how Civil Air Patrol helped him achieve his dream job of becoming an airline pilot. Photos: Lt Jackie Zarrilli


22 Edition 105 July 5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com An old proverb is that everything seems to change but often actually remains the same. After being away for the last few weeks and now returning to the ongoing controversy raised by Boca Citizens for Fiscal Responsibility, an action item requiring a closer look at choices for our elected officials to consider is warranted. Mayor Whelchel made the recommendation to bring to the forefront the pension issues being demanded by this vocal citizens group, a righteous position. However, rumor has it that the Mayor is actually the catalyst driving these issues with the firefighters in her crosshairs for their opposition during the last election cycle. Regardless, the issue is important and, whether for right or wrong reasons, deserves a public hearing and conversation. So the city manager will do just that at a public hearing on July 10th. All are welcomed to attend.. In researching the pension issues from around the nation, one finds very interesting options, none of which are particularly appealing and all of which are litigious and costly. What are the options.. To begin, there are existing agreements not subject to reopening at this time. Therefore, from a contract point of view, elected officials have three available options: Honor the current contracts and do nothing. A result not acceptable to the fiscal responsibility group; Renegotiate the contracts. However, that will require the unions to agree to voluntarily reopen negotia tions, a result that is becoming more and more unlikely; and, Break the contracts and force litigation that the city will lose and spend a lot of the citizens tax dollars in the process. None of these are acceptable. None of these will satisfy all parties concerned. But these are not the only ugly options. Looking around the nation at other cities facing similar circumstances, one finds three other processes being used that are equally unacceptable with varying degrees of difficulty and costs. These are as follows: Referendum vote of the citizens to force renegotiation. This is being done in cities like San Diego and San Jose, Ca. with both these municipalities having borne the cost of the referendum process and now having to absorb the cost of litigation to defend the voters action. Bankruptcy, the nuclear option for cities, which allows for local government to set aside contract obligations and enter into new talks under the supervision of a Federal Bankruptcy judge. This opens up a Pandoras box on many other issues beyond those raised by Boca Citizens for Fiscal Responsibility and may result in many unintended consequences; and State receivership, another nuclear option which will take away the decision making powers from our elected officials and places them with a state appointee. Certainly not an option fa vored by anyone currently involved in this argument. The Band-Aid approach. All of these beg the question of how we got here and how we get out of this fiscal mess. Correcting the mess will take an adult conversation from all parties concerned; recognition that there are not the funds to continue on the current course; and, a realization that ultimately any financial resolution will have to be borne by current and future citizens of Boca Raton. So stay tuned, stay in touch with the upcoming action items and stay involved with the decisions of our elected officials. Representative government is based upon the premise that the collective wisdom of the elec torate results in a collective wisdom of the elected who are charged with voting the vote in the collective citizens best interest. One can only hope that representa tive government actually works as designed. We citizens deserve to have our leaders take on the hard issues. It is our job to make sure they know how we feel Thank you Boca Citizens for Fiscal Responsibility for suggesting that all Boca citizens tell our elected officials their feelings by phone, by fax, and in person.. See you July 10th..dont be late. Al Zucaro MUNICIPAL East/West Boca Raton, FL Fiscal Responsibility or Fiscal Armageddon THE CITIZENS VOICEBy Al Zucaro Municipal NewsBarber Shop Damaged By Fire in Boca RatonBOCA RATON At about 9:45 p.m. on Sunday, July 1, Boca Raton firefighters responded to a report of a structure fire at 1959 N. Federal Highway after emergency dispatchers received the 9-1-1 call. Fire crews arrived within minutes and noticed light smoke coming from the barber shop storefront and black smoke showing from the rear of the building. Fire crew located the fire in the snack room of the shop and quickly extinguished it. Smoke did spread to the adjacent pet store and firefighters had to use large fans to remove the smoke. No pets were harmed and there were no reported injuries. Fire officials estimate the damage at $10,000.00. The cause of the fire is under investigation. 3 1 5 2 6 9 3 8 8 2 & PBC Water Utilities Department to Flush Lines Starting July 16To maintain high water quality in the countys water distribution system, Palm Beach County Water Utilities Department will temporarily modify the disinfection process used to treat drinking water. The county will be using a somewhat stronger disinfection process to produce chlorine residual instead of a chloramine residual from July 16 to August 16, 2012. The county will also increase hydrant flushing during this time. This is a preventative maintenance process. Customers served by the Palm Beach County Water Utilities Department may notice a slight chlorine taste or odor in their tap water during this period. These temporary conditions will not cause adverse health effects. If you are especially sensitive to the taste or odor of chlorine, keep an open container of drinking water in your refrigerator for a few hours to allow the chlorine to dissipate. Users of home dialysis machines, owners of tropical fish and managers of stores and restaurants with fish and shellfish holding tanks are advised to seek professional advice as the method for removing chlorine residuals differs from removing chloramine residuals from tap water. For more information, call the Palm Beach County Water Utilities Department at( 561) 740-4600, option #3.


23 Edition 105 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Jul5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com By Skip Sheffield Boca Raton is filled with restaurants of familiar nationalities: Italian, French, Greek, Spanish, Mediterranean, Jewish, but there is nothing quite like Kin Noodle Bar, 200 S. Federal Highway, Boca Raton. Smiling owner-chef Ben Kin is from Thailand. He has been in the USA only seven years, and Kin Noodle Bar only just opened in March. Kin first settled first in San Francisco, which has a large Asian population. It was there he learned how to speak Eng lish and started making his signature Pad Thai noodles for BKK Bangkok Restaurant. In 2009 he opened his first restaurant, Kin Noodle Bar, in Chicago. It was such a success he opened a second Chicago restaurant nine months later. Kin has a cousin named Pat Chan who arrived in the USA 12 years ago and opened a Thai restaurant in Jupiter. Pat invited Ben to visit, and encouraged her relative to open a restaurant in Florida. We looked at several different loca tions, but Boca Raton seemed to be a great location, says Pat. Nobody is doing authentic Thai noodles, and Ben is the best. Its time for something different in Boca. Ben sold his second restaurant in Chicago and signed a lease for his current location. Ben Kin creates from scratch all the noodles on the menu, including Thai, egg noodle, rice noodle and Japanese Udon. Ben Kin has been making noodles and cooking since he was a child at the side of his grandmother in Bangkok. Its a lot of work, but I love it, says Ben. In the future we will have more va rieties of noodles I will add to the menu. As it is there is quite a variety of items on the Kin Noodle menu, and each noodle dish is distinctly different. Thai cuisine is big on fresh seafood, and Ben Kins creations are exquisite. There are more than a dozen appetizers, including such unusual items as soft shell crab, deep friend oc topus in takoyaki sauce, crunchy calamari and boneless duck on a bed of spinach. Soups include Miso as mild or spicy as you want, veggie, chicken or shrimp Tom Yum, chicken or shrimp Tom Kha and Udon with portabella mushroom, chicken and fresh spinach. A half-dozen salads made with the freshest ingredients whet the appetite. Noodles can be served with chicken, beef veggie, tofu, shrimp, squid or scallops. The wait staff will always ask about sea soning, because Thai cuisine can be quite spicy and hot. Whether its fried rice, Kin noodle, Ra men or one of Kins specialties, the ingredients will be wonderfully fresh and prepared with care. Prices are surprisingly reasonable (the most expensive dinner on the menu is $19.95), and there are daily specials. Ben just loves to cook and he works so hard, says Pat. We want to create something different that people really love. Judging by just two visits to Kin Noodle, there is much to love and much to return for. Kin Noodle delivers in east Boca from Yamato Road south to SW 10th Street and west to Powerline Road. BOCA RATON On June 14, Palm Beach County Commissioner Steven Abrams and other local officials attended the grand opening of Modernizing Medicines new 15,000-square-foot headquarters in Boca Raton. Located at 3600 FAU Blvd., the compa ny is projected to grow from 75 employees to 100 employees by the end of the year. Modernizing Medicine \celebrated its move to its new headquarters by hosting an open house in its new 15,000-squarefoot facility, welcoming over 200 guests including Andrew Duffell, President & CEO at Research Park at Florida Atlantic University, other FAU faculty members, doctors, customers, industry leaders and vendors. Local dignitaries including Boca Raton Mayor Susan Whelchel, Boca Raton City Council member Constance Scott, President and CEO of the Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce, Troy McLellan and Palm Beach County Commissioner Steven Abrams, helped the Modernizing Medicine team officially celebrate their new fa cility with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Recently rated one of Floridas fastest growing companies by the South Florida Business Journal, Modernizing Medicine is the creator of Electronic Medical Assistant, a cloud-based technology for the health care industry. Each year the SFBJ ranks South Floridas fastest-growing companies to determine the prestigious Fast 50. Companies chosen are both private and public, range in industry, including real estate development, manufacturing, technology, healthcare and retail, and in size and annual revenue. The companies are ranked by one-year percentage growth. Modernizing Medicine led the Fast 50 pack with an impressive 2,800 percent growth between 2010 and 2011. Were delighted to have our work recognized by the South Florida Business Journal and to be ranked number one among a list of highly successful companies, said Daniel Cane, CEO and CoFounder of Modernizing Medicine. Im incredibly humbled by this prestigious honor and so proud of the entire Modernizing Medicine team. Its a true testament to our product, the EMA, and the strong future we have ahead of us in the highly populated EMR space. Modernizing Medicine is delivering the next generation of electronic medical records (EMR) technology for the healthcare industry. Our product, Elec tronic Medical Assistant(TM) (EMA), is a cloud-based specialty-specific EMR with a tremendous amount of medical content already built-in. Available as a native iPad application or from any web-enabled Mac or PC, EMA adapts to each providers unique style of practice and is designed to interface with over 400 different practice management systems. Today, Modernizing Medicine provides specialty-specific offerings for the dermatology, ophthalmology, and optometry markets, and to more than 500 practices across the country. BusinessThe Boca Raton Tribune Business Modernizing Medicine Opens Headquarters in Boca Raton Real Thai Noodles in Boca RatonCommissioner Abrams welcomes Modernizing Medicine company officials to South County. Owner Ben Kin


24 Edition 105 July 5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com BUSINESS BITS Email your Business News, promotions and acknowledgements to Chris Catoggio at: chris@bocaratontribune.com. BUSINESS East/West Boca Raton, FL Professional DevelopmentBy Palm Beach State College Small Business Development Center BOCA RA TON -This week we are attending the Florida SBDC Networks Professional Development Conference. It is a week long series of workshops, lectures, roundtable discussions and networking opportunities designed to increase our personal level of knowledge and expertise in our field. Does your small business have a formal professional development program in place for its employees? Offering continuing and specialized education to your employees positively impacts employee morale, retention, performance and teambuilding. It also sets you apart from your competition as a leader. All are factors that contribute to your bottom line. Whether its underwriting the cost of sending an employee to a workshop or bringing education to your place of business, get started by finding out what type of professional development can help your employees. For more on this topic, or for free counseling with Certified Business Ana lysts, including PTAC specialists, contact the SBDC at 561-862-4726 or email us at sbdc@palmbeachstate.edu. products, announced that on June 25, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida entered a final judgment in favor of Vitacost.com, Inc. in the punitive class action complaint captioned Miyahira v. Vitacost.com, Inc., Ira P. Kerker, Richard P. Smith, Stewart Gitler, Allen S. Josephs, David N. Ilfeld, Lawrence A. Pabst, Eran Ezra, and Robert G. Trapp, Case 9:10-cv-80644-KLR. Plaintiffs have 30 days to file an appeal. We are very pleased with the courts decision, said Jeffrey Horowitz, Vitacost.coms chief executive officer. The class action lawsuit was first announced in May 2010 and we are glad to now be putting this behind us as we continue to focus on executing our sales growth initiatives and managing the business for long-term profitable growth. services, has announced a new agreement with Rubbermaid, a leader in developing innovative, high-quality solutions that help organize and maintain order. Through this new partnership, Rubbermaid storage products are now available at nationwide Office Depot retail store locations and online at www.officedepot.com. Smith, PLLC, has been selected as treasurer of the Palm Beach County Bar Associations Young Lawyers Section (YLS). Elected by his peers, Delgado will serve a one-year term, responsible for supervising the finances of the Young Lawyers Section, working closely with the Associations executive director, members of the executive board and executive committees. Prior to his election, Delgado served in various YLS leadership positions, including chair of the 2012 YLS Young Lawyers Judicial Luncheon Committee and other section committees that coordinate service projects for the Boys and Girls Club of Palm Beach County and Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach. railroads, announced the addition of James T. (Jim) Schultz to its management team as Executive Vice President & Chief Administrative Officer. Schultz will be responsible for all rail-related administrative functions and will assist the CEO in providing overall daily organizational governance of the company. 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Camino Real Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-487-3839 www.acmsboca.orgGlades 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. 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Boca Raton, FL 33432 561-392-0696 Boca West Community United Methodist Church 9087 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33434 561-482-7335 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 Investments Limited Acquires Mayfair Plaza Shopping Center in Delray BeachBOCA RATON Investments Limited recently purchased Mayfair Plaza Shopping Center, a charming 8,216 sq. ft. retail center in the heart of Delray Beach, located between Linton Blvd. and Atlantic Avenue. Tenants include: Scuba Center, Inc, Delray Gold Mine, K & W Gun Works, Your Body & Life Vitamins & Nutrition And Salon Trace. The center immediately to the north, Aspen Towers and the center to the south, Portofino Square are also owned and managed by Investments Limited.


25 Edition 105 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Jul5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com BOCA RATON -Tyco International announced that its ADT North America Commercial Security business unit, the industrys leading security systems integrator, will officially go by its new name, Tyco Integrated Security, effective immediately. This name change reflects the companys exclusive focus and commitment to providing security solutions that help commercial businesses protect the things they value most. Tyco Integrated Security customers can continue to expect a comprehensive suite of integrated security solutions, including managed and hosted services that can be tailored to address the unique security needs across industries in North America. The company will continue to provide commercial security services with a deep understanding of both the local-market needs as well as the requirements of large enterprises. Additionally, customers will continue to experience na tional security coverage from the point of integration and installation, to ongoing management and services. Although our name has changed, you can count on the same commitment, passion, leading-edge technologies and reliability youve come to expect from the commercial security industry leader, said Brian McDonald, COO, Tyco Fire & Security and Acting President of Tyco Integrated Security. With more than 100 years of experience in commercial security, Tyco Integrated Security will continue to deliver the most efficient and innova tive security solutions that help customers meet the needs of their business. A business unit of Tyco International Ltd., Tyco Integrated Security is North Americas leading commercial security systems integrator, providing security and business optimization services to more than 500,000 customers. Headquartered in Boca Raton, Tyco Integrated Security has more than 10,000 employees throughout North America. 9/30/12 BusinessADT North America Commercial Security Is Now Tyco Integrated Security In recent years, South Florida has become the hub for the Brazilian community. In a partnership between the Consulate General of Brazil and Take Care Health Systems. With an estimated 300,000 Bra zilians residing in the state, Brazilians who work and live in South Florida will have access to health care through an agreement between Take Care Health Systems, Walgreens, and the Consulate General of Brazil. Patients who are uninsured and have a Brazilian passport are eligible for health care options at any Take Care Clinic within the state, including nurse practioners visits and health test services. Take Care Clinics are professional health care centers located at more than 360 select Walgreens drugstores across the country and offer walk-in and appointment availability. Board-certified family nurse practitioners and physician assistants treat patients 18 months and older for common illnesses, offer preventive services and are licensed to write prescriptions, when necessary, that can be filled at the patients pharmacy of choice. In Florida, there are 48 Take Care Clinics. With overwhelming support, Take Care Clinics and Walgreens are committed to helping patients live well, stay well and get well and we are excited to work with the Consulate General of Brazil to help expand access to affordable health and wellness solutions, said Walgreens Divisional Vice President Heather Helle. In accordance with their partnership, One of the greatest concerns of the Bra zilian community in Florida is being able to access quality health services at affordable rates. The Consulate General of Brazil is very fortunate to be able announce this collaboration with Walgreens, which will greatly contribute to improve the quality of life for Brazilians living in Florida, said Ambassador Hlio Vitor Ramos F., Consul General of Brazil in Miami. Potential patients can talk to their consulate, call Take Care Health at 1-800-8253227 or visit a Take Care Clinic for more information. Patients can also visit takec arehealth.com to schedule an appointment.Growing Brazilian Population in South Florida Encourages Partnership Between Take Care Health Systems & the Consulate General of Brazil FREE PICK UP & DELIVERY Call Today!


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27 Edition 105 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Jul5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com bocaratontribune.com DIVORCE FLORIDA STYLEBy Mike Gora ColumnistsThe 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. State of AffairsQ I am a 92 year old man married to an 84 year old woman for 20 years. I have been diagnosed with stage four cancer of my pancreas. My doctor has told me that I have only a couple of months to live. We lived in Atlanta until last week, when I decided that I wasnt feeling well and could not live with the wife any more. I packed all my stuff and flew to West Palm Beach to live with my daughter. Just before I married the last time I bought a house in Buckhead which is now worth about three times what I paid for it. It has always remained in my name. There was a mortgage on it, but we paid it off with a lot of my savings and some of hers. We improved the house with new bathrooms and the like and both chipped into to pay for it. She still drives a car that is in my name. I dont drive any more. I have a stock portfolio left on which we have been living for many years. We did OK and still have a million or so. I earned every penny in that stock, but she used to be my broker and handled the money before and after we were married. We do not owe anyone any money. Id like to divorce her before I die so she wont get all that I have. In addition to my daughter I have a son. My will says it all goes to the wife unless she dies first; then it is divided between my children. Can I divorce here in Florida? What could she get from me? A Since the last place that you lived with you wife was in Georgia it is likely that your divorce case will have to proceed in Georgia in order for a court to have the jurisdiction over you and over your property. However, divorce is divisible. If you file for divorce in Florida before your wife files in Georgia your marriage can be ended here, but the judge cannot divide your property here. If you change your will to leave all to your children and pass away before the Georgia Court could divide your property you may achieve your goal to disinherit your wife. I cannot tell you what the exact result would look like if the Georgia judge had the ability to divide your marital estate before your death because the Georgia law may be different than the Florida. However, if Florida divorce law applies a part of the equity in your home and your brokerage account would probably be found to be marital property and divided equally. I also cannot tell you whether the Georgia law provides for a percentage of your estate to go to your wife even if it was your intent to disinherit her. However if Florida probate law applies after your death your wife will receive 30 percent of your estate. You need to retain a Georgia attorney and a Florida trust and estates attorney to give you the final answer to your questions.Columnists Intentional FreedomHappy Fourth of July! What a great time to celebrate our freedom and enjoy our independence as Americans. But I must ask if there is more to our citizenship than simply celebration and enjoyment? I am not against those concepts, I am all for a good party like the rest of us, I just have a sense that we, at times, miss the whole point for the sake of a once a year BBQ and some fireworks. I do the same thing when it comes to my faith. The Apostle Paul seemed to somehow know I might miss the big picture when he wrote his letter to the Galatians as he said, For you were called to freedom, brothers. Only do not use your freedom as an opportunity for the flesh, but through love serve one another. I need this everyday, because I will be tempted to make my freedom about me and miss the whole point. Two key observations that can help us reorient around service before we lose ourselves to consumerism. First, freedom always has a cost. For Americans, it was paid for by the life and death of many who believed in something far greater than their own comfort. For those who follow Jesus, it was paid for by the life and death of Christ who went to a cross and took the penalty that our sin had earned. Remembering the severe cost of freedom will bring about humility and gratitude that leads to a heart that serves. Second, freedom always has a purpose. For Americans, we have independence for the sake of humanity. We believe it best represents how our Creator has designed us to function. For those who follow Jesus, we have been set free from our sin for the sake of loving God and loving others. Remembering the purpose of freedom will bring about intentionality and purpose that leads to a heart that serves. Freedom is much like the biblical concept of grace. An undeserved gift meant to transform the recipient. I did not earn the sacrifice of the men and women who willingly gave of their lives so that I could live in freedom. I did not earn the sacrifice of Jesus who willingly gave his life so that I could live in eternal freedom. And the wonder of grace is that it never leaves you where it found you. Nothing motivates like grace. So this Fourth of July I invite you to celebrate, enjoy, but most of all serve those in need around you. I challenge you to be known more as a servant rather than one who is served. Look for ways to use your freedom for more than just your personal comfort and convenience. May the eternal truths of the Scriptures be our catalyst in understanding and living out our freedom in such a way that shape our hearts after the One who grants true freedom.FAITHBy Casey Cleveland Casey Cleveland, is pastor at The Avenue Church, Delray Beachs fastest-growing new church. The Avenue Church opened in September 2010 and meets at the Delray Beach Community Center and sometimes at Old School Square. Pastor Casey may be reached at ccleveland@theavenuechurchdelray.com.


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29 Edition 105 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Jul5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com SportsThe Boca Raton Tribune SportsPatrick Chun Named New Director of Athletics at Florida Atlantic UniversityBy: Malcolm Shields Florida Atlantic Universitys search for its new Director of Athletics officially ended on July 2 as Patrick Chun was selected to lead the Owls athletics program. Chun comes to FAU after spending over 15 years at Ohio State University where he held many job titles. His latest role at Ohio State before accepting the FAU position was the Executive Associate Athletics Director for External Relations. He has helped oversee a nationally prominent [athletics] department, said FAU President Dr. Mary Jane Saunders. He has covered all aspects of development and marketing. Chun replaces Craig Angelos, whose contract was not renewed by FAUs Board of Trustees on March 21. Chun holds a bachelors of arts degree in journalism from Ohio State University and a masters degree in sports leadership from Duquesne University. We have the confidence that he will take our athletics department to the next level of development, President Saunders said. Chun stated that the people within the administration and the athletics department were one of the aspects that convinced him to accept the position at FAU. Successful organizations are defined by people. You can sense the pride and the purpose with the people at Florida Atlantic Chun said. Once you get to know the people and everyone associated with this University, its not a hard decision. You hope they want you. I am lucky that they wanted me. Chun stated that he wants the message of the athletics department is to embrace comprehensive excellence, increased focus on serving the student-athlete and to embrace a higher purpose for the athletic department and the University. In athletics, we have the responsibility of enhancing the brand of Florida Atlantic University, Chun said. Our success should be a direct reflection of this growing and dynamic institution. We will embrace our responsibility for being an economic stimulator for this campus, the City of Boca Ra ton and entire South Florida region. The biggest selling point on Chun to President Saunders was Chuns experience. Some the things that we were looking for were expertise in fund-raising, marketing, and ticketing. He certainly has a proven track record, President Saunders said. This was an easy decision. Pats background really matched up with the needs that we have to move our great university forward. Throughout the search process, Melissa Dawson currently the Senior Associate AD-Internal Operations/Senior Womens Administrator played a vital role as the Interim Athletics Director while the University was conducting its search. She led the department in completing the contract for a three-game series in football with the University of Miami, a contract extension with mens basketball head coach Mike Jarvis, hiring volleyball head coach Fernanda Nelson and womens basketball head coach Kellie Lewis-Jay. She has done an excellent job in keeping everything moving forward, President Saunders said. We greatly appreciate her hard work and dedication to FAU athletics and FAU. Although the University opened a new $70 million football stadium last fall, other facilities on campus like FAU Arena and FAU Baseball Stadium are in need for renovations. Chuns focus in the coming days is to take a wider examination of the athletics department. We will take a look at everything, Chun said. We will get together our strategic plans. My first 100 days in the office will really be going to listening to our staff. We will sit down as a staff and we are going to gather some information to get FAU going to the next level.


30 Edition 105 July 5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL SportsMajor League Lacrosse Puts on Show in 2012 All-Star GameBy: Malcolm Shields Entering the grounds of FAU Stadium on June 30, you would have thought that you were heading for a Saturday night football game under the lights as fans were tailgating in the parking lots and numerous young fans were playing in pick-up games around the stadium. This night was not about football. On this evening, lacrosse fans descended onto the campus of Florida Atlantic University to witness the 2012 Major League Lacrosse All-Star Game. The players did not disappoint as the fans were entertained with behind-the-back shots, no-look passes and a down-to-thewire finish. Steven Brooks scored the game-winning goal with 56 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter to give team Old School an 18-17 victory over team Young Guns. Stephen Berger led team Old School with three goals and was named game MVP. Casey Powell and Brian Langtry followed with two goals apiece. For team Young Guns, Peet Poillon and Jeremy Sieverts tallied two goals in the game. The entire weekend appeared to be a success for the 12-year-old league. They got it. They were lacrosse fans, said league cofounder Jake Steinfeld said of the crowd. The official announced crowd was 4,821. The players wanted to show the fans the MLL. The second half was just as competitive as the first two quarters of the game as team Old School held onto a slim 15-13 lead after three quarters. In the fourth quarter, a twopoint shot by Brian Farrell tied the game at 17-17 with 3:42 remaining in the game. From that point on, team Old School controlled the pace and was able to secure the game-clinching goal. The players put on an entertaining display for the fans during halftime as Kyle Hartzell won the Fastest Shot Contest. Joel White won the Gauntlet Competition and Brett Queener received the loudest cheers as he won the Freestyle Contest. In the second quarter, the action went back-and-forth as both teams had quality shots on goal. Team Young Guns made a strong push midway in the half as team Young Guns outscored team Old School 5-4 in the second quarter to send the game tied at 9-9 at halftime. Team Old School displayed their savvy early in the first quarter as they jumped out to a 3-0 lead by goals from Chris Eck, Berger and Langtry. Team Young Guns countered with goals by and Sieverts on a two-point shot behind the arc and Poillons shots on goal. After team Young Guns tied the game at four late in the quarter, Powell who is also the Director of Lacrosse at Saint Andrews School scored his first goal of the game to give team Old School a 5-4 lead to end the first quarter. For those involved, the weekend was a success to display the game of lacrosse. This was awesome. It was a very special night and a great weekend, Powell said. The fans were surrounded by the worlds best players and they put on quite a show. Do the results of this weekend strengthen the chances of a franchise coming to the region? Its a great sign. We want to do it the right way, Steinfield said. Everything is pointing in the right direction.Mark Anderson Named NASL Offensive Player of the WeekThe NASL has named Fort Lauderdale Strikers midfielder Mark Anderson Offensive Player of the Week. Anderson scored both goals in the Strikers 2-1 vic tory against the Carolina RailHawks at Lockhart Stadium on Saturday, June 30th. Marks a special player, hes not only good at scoring goals, he also sets up his teammates, said Strikers head coach Da ryl Shore. Mark gets what he deserves because he works so hard for it. Anderson has scored nine goals in all competitions for the Strikers since the start of May. He has scored in eight of 10 games for the Strikers since his first goal on May 2nd against Carolina. Saturday was his first multi-goal game of the sea son. Andersons streak also features goals in both U.S. Open Cup games, including against the San Jose Earthquakes of Ma jor League Soccer. This is the third Offensive Player of the Week award for a Striker this season. Strikers forward Andy Herron has twice been named Offensive Player of the Week this season. Anderson is playing his first season as a professional after playing at Barry University between 2008 and 2010. In three seasons he scored a total of 38 goals and 28 assists in 53 appearances. Anderson was named 2011 Daktronics DII Na tional Soccer Player of the Year and 2011 Capital One Academic All-America of the Year for DII mens soccer. Residential & Commer cialLicensed & Insured CFC 1427238 CGC 1508546 rfnrf tbbbb ntbbt Any Plumbing Service CallBR TIIWith this coupon. Not valid with other of fers or prior services. Limit one coupon per service call.0035OFF$ 561-368-51 1 1Save Until Y ou Need Us35 YEARSCALL US! Plumbing R epairs W e Do It All! b b bbbbt bW e also P ump Septic & Grease T raps r ttt b


31 Edition 105 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Jul5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com SportsFormer Miami Dolphins Headline Charity Poker TournamentBy: Malcolm Shields In an effort to raise awareness and funding against Parkinsons disease, former Miami Dolphins players Dante Culpepper, Shawn Wooden and Troy Drayton are going all in for the Inaugural Poker for Parkinsons tournament. The tournament will be held on July 8 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Isle Casino at Pompano Park in Pompano Beach. All proceeds raised will benefit the Wilkins Parkinsons Foundation. After some initial difficulty to find a venue to host the event, the Wilkins Parkinsons Foundation found an interested partner in the Isle Casino. Thankfully the Isle got behind us 100 percent, said Executive Director and Co-Founder of the Wilkins Parkinsons Foundation, Daniel Wilkins. They have been great to work with. The Isle Casino has a history of working with non-profit organizations. We [have] run charity events before, said Director of Poker Operations at the Isle Casino Mike Smith. We were interested in it because of the magnitude of the charity. Typically these events go pretty well.a The Isle Casino has been involved with charity work for at least the last five years. Although not an avid poker player, Wooden expects a good time being around some of his former teammates. I always enjoy spending time with former teammates and also a chance to beat them at anything, Wooden said. We are very competitive by nature so to beat them at the table will be very nice. Interested players can register up to the day of the event at the Isle Casino. The cost for the fundraiser is $200 with a $100 re-buy. Those with the best poker skills have the chance to win numerous prizes which includes the grand prize of a seat at the 2013 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, seats at the Isle Casino milliondollar poker events for the next four quarters and trips to either Hawaii or Las Vegas. All of the prizes were donated to the Wilkins Parkinsons Foundation by other organizations. We expect to raise $40,000 at this event to help us drive awareness for the Parkinsons community nationwide. The purpose of our organization is to providing marketing help to those who need it; this money goes a long way, says Bill Wilkins, Co-Founder of the Wilkins Parkinsons Foundation. For Wooden, the opportunity to be involved with a cause that supports Parkinsons awareness was important for him. It is always important to me when I am able to be a part of an event that helps people, Wooden said. I know that this event will promote awareness and help raise necessary funds in helping improve the quality of life for those that are stricken with this disease and also their loved ones. For more information about the event and the Wilkins Parkinsons Foundation, visit www.wilkins-pf.org. Major League Lacrosse Debuts in South FloridaBy: Guadalupe Monarrez On June 30th, FAU stadium became the 11th venue to host a Major League Lacrosse All Star Game. Saturday night marked the first time a Major League Lacrosse game has been played in the state of Florida, which allowed thousands of fans to embrace the first professional league to debut on the newly constructed field. Presented by Moes Southwest Grill, fans were able to experience various All Star pre-game festivities. Tents from sponsors lined the walls of the stadium, where crowds gathered before making their way onto the field. I am hoping to have a good time tonight, Boca Raton resident Evan Miller said, I have been playing lacrosse since I was 5 years old. Televised through ESPN, the MLL All Stars were not the only ones who showcased their talents on the national stage. FAU students Geraldine Fleurimond and Rebecca Guillaume gave phenomenal renditions of the Canadian and United States national anthems to kickoff the game. Once the Young Gun and Old School players took their positions on the field, fans erupted in glee. It is always exciting to come to a la crosse game, Boca Raton resident Kelly Powell said, this is the first time I have attended a Major League game and it has been a good experience overall. We have been playing for years and we are big fans of the sport, brother Bryan Powell added, we are very happy they chose FAU to have the event. Tied at halftime, fans were enthralled as their favorite players joined together to compete in the annual Bud Light Skills Competition. The competition consisted of three events, including the Fastest Shot, Freestyle, and the Goalie Gauntlet contests. I think the All Star game is just so much fun because they do a little bit of everything, Baltimore resident Louise Larson said, they just try to make it a good time for everybody. After a grueling second half, the Old School All Star team emerged victorious with a 18-17 win over the Young Guns. But, it was the overwelming support from fans that left an impression on the lacrosse league. Lacrosse is catching on like crazy, and now it is growing nationally, Larson said, it is expanding to more and more states. With the success of the 2012 MLL All Star Game, there is no doubt that lacrosse is well on its way to becoming one of the many popular sports among the South Florida community. Strikers Fall To Rowdies On The RoadThe Fort Lauderdale Strikers fell to the Tampa Bay Rowdies (7W-3T-5L) 3-1 at Al Lang Stadium on Wednesday, July 4th in front of 4,710 fans. The Strikers scored first through Andy Herron, but the Rowdies scored three unanswered gals to win their seventh game of the year. The goal was Herrons fifth of the season with Walter Restrepo earning his league leading sixth assist. The Strikers are now in sixth place in the NASL standings with 19 points on the season. It was a good start to the game, said Strikers head coach Daryl Shore. We felt like we were moving the ball well. Even though the score doesnt show it, I thought we fought hard and deserved a better result. The Strikers opened the scoring in the 19th minute when Walter Restrepo found forward Andy Herron inside the box. Herron took two shots at Jeff Attinella, eventually burying a shot into the net for a 1-0 lead. The assist makes Restrepo the NASLs leader on the season with six. The Rowdies would equalize in the 30th minute when Fafa Picault took a ball near the end line and passed back to Mike Ambersley, who slotted a shot far post just out of Matt Glaesers reach. The second half had several chances for the Strikers, the best one coming in the 58th minute when Conor Shanosky received a pass from a combination play from Andy Herron and Mark Anderson. Shanoskys shot caromed off the post and back out to keep the score 1-1. Then, in the 66th minute a throw in to the Rowdies Daniel Antoniuk led to a through pass to Tsuyoshi Yoskitake, who fired a half volley chance off the left post and into the goal for a 2-1 Rowdies lead. Tampa Bay extended their lead to 3-1 in the 85th minute when Mike Ambersleys cross got by Glaeser to be met by a sliding Antoniuk to complete the scoring. Fort Lauderdale defender Emilio Orozco will miss the next game after receiving two yellow cards in the match. Also receiving a one game suspension will be Tampa Bays JP Rodriguez who also was issued two yellow cards in the match. The Strikers will remain on the road and travel to Cary, North Carolina to face the RailHawks on Saturday, July 7, at 7:00 p.m.


32 Edition 105 July 5, 2012 through July 11, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com Tribune Sports of East /West Boca Raton, Highland Beach Delray Beach, FL July 5, 2012 through July 11, 2012 LACROSSEMajor League Lacrosse Debuts in South FloridaSee page 31 Mark Anderson Named NASL Offensive Player of the WeekSee page 30 FOOTBALLFormer Miami Dolphins Headline Charity Poker TournamentSee page 31Sports SOCCERStrikers Fall To Rowdies On e RoadSee page 31 Major League Lacrosse Puts on Show in 2012 All-Star GameSee page 30 Patrick Chun Named New Director of Athletics at Florida Atlantic UniversitySee page 29