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BOCA RATON -Jan McArt and daughter, Debbi Lawlor, celebrated the life of Jans late brother, Dr. Don Bunny McArt, at the Wold Performing Arts Center at Lynn University on Friday, Dec. 28. There was no doubt about it, they played to a final sold-out houseending one of show business most unusual and longest running brother and sister acts in the history of theatre. Jan, while still a teenager, was hired by Rodgers and Hammerstein for the lead in one of the longest running shows of all time, Oklahoma, while Dons first show was with legendary director George Abbott in Kiss n Tell. Both were constantly working in New York, Hollywood, Europe and the Orient. Don took time away from his busy career in Los Angeles in 1977 to do the comic lead in The Merry Widow that opened Jan McArts Royal Palm Dinner Theatre, and, in 1990 they YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR.Nearly 400,000 readers!The Boca Raton TribuneEast /West Boca Raton, Highland Beach, Delray Beach, FL FREEfor news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Send us a picture of you reading The Boca Raton Tribune to pictures@bocaratontribune.comTom Madden reading The Boca Raton TribuneLion of Judah Luncheon to Feature Lara Logan of CBS; Honor Margie BaerSee page 5FAU Professor Named Char ter Fellow of National Academy of InventorsCommunitySee page 3 Claudio Correia The Man for All Seasons and Beauty ReasonBusinessSee page 25 Lynn Conservatory Plans Perfor mances, Recitals, Master Classes in JanuaryLife & ArtsSee page B1CommunitySee page 7 See page B4 3% Broker Commission Lamar Fisher AU93:AB106 | Subject to all terms of sale 2 LOTS DIRECTLY ON THE INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY Contact us for information MINIMUM BID $600,000 | Permit Ready Seawall in place Minutes to Atlantic Ocean by Boat via the Boynton Inlet MINIMUM BID $495,000 Both Lots face the Gulf Stream Golf Club to the East SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9 th @ 11AM ONSITE Intracoastal Waterway Barton Study Center Holiday Party Succeeds FAU President Named to County Business PanelBusinessSee page 27 Wayne Barton draws a ticket Vanessa and her nephew, Jamias Celebrating the Life of the late Don Bunny McArt finally worked together when Don moved to Boca Raton and he became a steady comedy star in all of Jans five theatres (Key


2 -Edition 129 January 10, 2013 through January 16,2013 www.bocaratontribune.com COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL FORECLOSURE IS NOT AN OPTION! Contact Keyes Compa ny/Ragbir Team Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE) Realtor JOANNE EPSTEIN at 561.945.0000 and visit www.joanneepstein.com to find out how she can save you from foreclosure, with no cost for attorneys, fees or commissions. If you have computer issues, or need a website, contact Rich Loeb, www.gilapro.com at 561.809.4550. Birch Communications is a multi-million dollar company with an exclusive wholesale agreement with AT and T. If you would like to save money on your AT&T land phones without changing your numbers or your service, call561.852.0000. www.WestBocaLeaders. com has a newly redesigned website and openings in some categories. Call561.852.0000 for further informa tion. If you would like to promote your business or profession on Barry Epstein Live internet television show on the Boca Tribune website, call 561.852.0000. Our column will now also be in the Boca Raton Tribune and on line at www.bocatribune.com, where you can also watch our weekly internet television show, as well as continuing on the Sun-Sentinel/Jewish Journal website. Barry Epstein, APR, is a noted public relations, marketing and political consultant based in Boca Raton, president of www.luxurychamber.com, the www.westbocaleaders.com networking group and the founder and former president of the West Boca Chamber of Commerce; with a weekly internet television show onwww.bocaratontribune.com and www.publicrelations. nu; email: pr@publicrelations.nu, or fax column items to561.451.0000. His blog is in the Boca Raton Tribune and on the www.bocaratontribune.com website as well as on the Sun-Sentinel/ Jewish Journal website at www.floridajewishjournal.com http://barrysjournal.blogspot.com and on his website: www.publicrelations.nu. The lockout-shortened Na tional Hockey League season likely wont start until Jan. 19 as league owners and players work on ratifying a tentative contract agreement. For Florida Panthers fans, contact Howard Bloom atflpantherstickets@gmail.com for seats. The price will be less than market and will only be extended for email list customers. He also has limited tickets for Daughtry and 3 doors concert on Feb. 20. Starting in October, Glades Road, from NE 13th St. to St. Andrews Blvd. will be getting better-synched traffic signals over six months, costing $306.781. The Research Park at Florida Atlantic University has seen positive growth in various sectors last year with an economic impact of $247 million and a 22-percent increase of jobs directly created by the park. Boca Raton based Office Depots North American retail head Kevin Peters has left the company. Craig Agranoff speaks at the FAU Office Depot center Jan. 10, 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Admission is free and open to the public, Movie Talk with Morrie Zryl airs Thursdays at 6 p.m. on www.wrpbitv.com. Among Movies opening Friday at the Cinemark and Regal Entertainment Shadowwood theatres are Gangster Squad and A Haunted House. Movies opening Friday at the Movies of Delray and Lake Worth are Nickys Family, Zero Dark Thirty, Gangster Squad and Cendrillon, French version of Cinderella. Barry Epstein Live internet television show features South Tech Academy Principal Myron Cost, Plaza Theatre Producing Director Alan Ja cobson and Sun-Sentinel columnist Kingsley Guy among others. Watch it onwww.barryepstein.com, www. bocaratontribune.com, as well as on Vimeo to win free tickets to the Cinemark Theatres. READ THE REST OF THE COLUMN ON LINE AT WWW.BOCA TRIBUNE.COM Barry Epstein, APR, is a noted public relations, marketing and political consultant based in Boca Raton, president of www.luxurychamber.com, the www.westbocaleaders.com networking group and the founder and former president of the West Boca Chamber of Commerce; with a weekly internet television show onwww.bocaratontribune.com and www.publicrelations.nu; email: pr@publicrelations.nu, or fax column items to 561.451.0000. His blog is in the Boca Raton Tribune and on the www.bocaratontribune.com website as well as on the Sun-Sentinel/ Jewish Journal website at www.floridajewishjournal.com http://barrysjournal.blogspot.com and on his website: www.publicrelations.nu. Quote of the Week:For they shall add to thee length of days, and years of life, and peace. Proverbs 3:2 BUSINESS BITS PAGE TWOThe Boca Raton Tribune Barrys BuzzMarketing DirectorChris Catoggio chris@bocaratontribune.comAccount ExecutiveAngelo Lima, Marguax Vickers, Andre HeizerMail Subscriptionsubscription@bocaratontribune.comFront DeskYara Carvalho frontdesk@bocaratontribune.comGraphic DesignDuke ThrushPhotographersNicole Vickers, Gabriela Heizer Barbara McCormick, Gabriela BarbieriVideo Production DirectorKlaiton SilvaInternsAaron WeckerMailing Address Boca Raton Fl, 33432 For General Information: Copyright 2012 by The Boca Raton Tribune. All rights reserved by The Boca Raton Tribune. All submissions and published materials are the property 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 the publisher and not of any individual editorial the 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 friendly community where friends do business with neighbors.Community News The Boca Raton Tribunewww.bocaratontribune.com Community Papers of Florida West Boca Chamber of Commerce Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce Independent Free Papers of America Paper Chain Council INDEXCommunity News Pg.03 Municipal News Page 11 Section B Page 13 Business Page 23 ColumnistsPg B7, B8, 22. 24. 27 Games Page 26 Sports Page 29BOCA RATON -Southeastern Printing, a leading, premium provider of high-quality commercial, digital, wide format and flexographic printing, announced it has acquired the assets of SCP Graphics, LLC of Boca Raton. A new company has been formed and will be known as SEP Communications, LLC. The majority of SCPs employees will continue in their current capacity as SEP Communications personnel. We are excited to have SCPs experienced and professional team join the Southeastern family and our expanding portfolio of business, said CEO Don Mader. BOCA RATON The Gold Coast PR Council is holding its 9th annual Bernays Awards Jan. 18 from 11:30 to 1:30 p.m. at NCCI Holdings Inc. in Boca Raton. The event honors excellence by the local PR and marketing community in eight competitive categories. Four additional Bernays Awards will also be presented: The PR Star Award, The Founders Award, The Judges Award and the Presidents Award. The Presidents Award, GCPRCs highest annual honor, is the only award announced in advance and it goes to a person or organization that has had an extraordinary year. The winner of the 2013 Presidents Award is Lynn University for hosting the hugely successful Presidential Debate Oct. 22 that attracted more than 59 million viewers. BOCA RATON Margaret Leinen, Ph.D., associate provost for marine and environmental initiatives and executive direc tor of Florida Atlantic Universitys Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, has been named president-elect of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) board of direc tors. Leinen will serve as president-elect in 2013-14 and will become AGU president in 2015-16. This is a tremendous honor for Dr. Leinen and Florida Atlantic University, said FAU President Mary Jane Saunders, Ph.D. BOCA RATON -Breckenridge Pharmaceutical, Inc. announced the immediate launch of Prescription Lansoprazole Delayed-Release Capsules. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration granted final approval for the Abbreviated New Drug Application (ANDA), which is being manufactured and supplied by Natco Pharma Limited, and will be available in both 15mg and 30mg strengths. Lansoprazole Delayed-Release Rx Capsules are AB rated to Prevacid, a Proton Pump Inhibitor (PPI) drug marketed by Takeda Pharmaceuticals, USA. Breckenridge is a privately-held pharmaceutical marketing, research and development company based in Boca Raton that markets a broad range of generic prescription products and medical foods in many therapeutic categories.


Edition 129 3for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comJanuary 10, 2013 through January 16,2013Community NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune Community News BOCA RATON Herbert Weissbach, Ph.D., director and distinguished research professor in the Charles E. Schmidt College of Sciences Center for Molecular Biology and Biotechnology at Florida Atlantic University has been named a charter fellow of the Na tional Academy of Inventors (NAI). I am indeed honored to be elected a charter fellow of the National Academy of Inventors, a group of very distinguished scientists, said Weissbach. Our research here at FAU has concentrated on the role of oxidative damage in aging, especially with regard to how cells protect against this damage and the differences between normal and cancer cells. We hope that this ba sic research can be translated into new therapies for age-related diseases and novel approaches to develop drugs that will specifically kill cancer cells, but not normal cells. Weissbach has had a prominent ca reer in biochemistry and molecular biology, receiving a number of awards and honors including the American Chemical Society Enzyme Award. He also was listed as one of the top 300 most cited authors (1961-1976), the Townsend Harris Medal from City College of New York and the George Washington University Distinguished Alumni Award. I cannot think of a better individual to be elected as a charter fellow to the NAI, said Gary W. Perry, Ph.D, dean of FAUs Charles E. Schmidt College of Science. Professor Weissbach has a distinguished career as a biochemist, an acute awareness of potential intellectual property and licensing issues regarding drug discovery. He holds several patents on his inventions at FAU and we are proud of him serving in this capacity. Election to NAI fellow status is a high-professional distinction accorded to academic inventors who have demonstrated a highly prolific spirit of innovation in creating or facilitating outstanding inventions that have made a tangible impact on quality of life, economic development and the welfare of society. The 98 innovators elected to NAI fellow status represent 54 universities and nonprofit research institutes. Together, they hold more than 3,200 U.S. patents. The NAI charter fellows will be inducted by the U.S. Commissioner for Patents, Margaret A. Focarino, from the United States Patent and Trademark Office, during the second annual Conference of the National Academy of Inventors, on Friday, Feb. 22 in Tampa.FAU Professor Named Charter Fellow of National Academy of InventorsDr. Herbert Weissbach


4 -Edition 129 January 10, 2013 through January 16,2013 www.bocaratontribune.comCOMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Community News classified@bocaratontribune.com 2 Lines 3 Lines 4 Lines 5 Lines All classified ads will be posted online FREE 4 WEEKS in a row for the Price of 1


Edition 129 5for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comJanuary 10, 2013 through January 16,2013Community NewsCOMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL T I R E D O F Y O U R C L E A N I N G C R E W ? 561 -693 6776 Local Owned and Operated No Contract Harassment Insured and Bonded 10 years in business www.acmbuildingservices.com $ BOCA RATON -The pride of the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County will once again rededicate and celebrate at their annual ingathering, the 2013 Lion of Judah Luncheon, which will take place at Boca West Country Club on Thursday, Jan. 17at 10:30 a.m. Were thrilled to be featuring Lara Logan, CBS News chief foreign affairs and Minutes correspondent, said Denise Zimmerman, who is co-chairing the luncheon with Marilyn Barry. The heartfelt bonds and power of our sisterhood are unmistakable when hundreds of women who care and do so much for so many come together each year, said April Leavy, vice chair, Lion of Judah. Our nearly 800 Lions roar loudly among 17,000 worldwide. Boldly reporting from war zones for over two decades, Lara Logan has earned a prominent place among the worlds best journalists. The horror and injustice she witnessed has instilled in her a deep humility and a profound appreciation for life. Hearing from this true hero will inspire and energize us in raising the funds that make such a difference in our local community as well as around the world. The Lion of Judah Luncheon speaker has been underwritten by the Marleen Forkas Chair of Contemporary Jewish Issues. Marleens endowment has ensured that the Federation will always provide its loyal and committed women donors with the highest caliber keynote presenters. Margie Baer will be honored at the luncheon for her longstanding dedica tion to womens philanthropy and to the Federation Part of a dynamic couple that helped lay our Federations solid foundation, Margie is a trailblazer who galvanized the women in our community and helped them realize their potential, said Marilyn Barry. The first chair of our Womens Division, Margie brought the new Lion program to us in 1982. Her belief in the impact women can have continues to inspire a new generation of leaders and philanthropists. The luncheon couvert is $85, with a Lion level gift of $5,000 or above to the 2013 UJA/Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County Annual Campaign required to attend. Dietary laws will be observed. For more information, contact Robin Agronin at 561-852-5054 orrobina@bocafed.org.Lion of Judah Luncheon to Feature Lara Logan of CBS; Honor Margie BaerLara Logan of CBS News


6 -Edition 129 January 10, 2013 through January 16,2013 www.bocaratontribune.comCOMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL BOCA RATON -Temple Beth El of Boca Raton celebrated Hanukkah this year with its Hanukkah under the Stars Dec. 14 at the Mizner Park Amphitheater. This free community event was a beautiful evening under the night sky as members from the South Florida Jewish community came together to celebrate the joyous holiday. The event featured a childrens area that opened at 5 p.m. and included bounce houses, face painting, hair wraps and crafts. A gourmet food truck expo was also a highlight of the evening, featuring a variety of food for purchase such as Italian, Mediterra nean, American and vegetarian. Kidfriendly cuisine, such as latkes, bagels, donuts, candy, desserts and beverages were also available. The Hanukkah and Shabbat service featured Cantorial Soloist Lori Sha piro, Rabbi Dan Levin and Rabbi Jessica Spitalnic Brockman. Temple Beth Els Adult Choir, Shir Ruach, the teen group, and Shir Joy (youth choir for grades 3-6) were also featured in this musical celebration. We were so excited to celebrate Chanukah this year in an entertaining and exciting way for the entire community to enjoy, said Susan Stallone, director of Communications and Programming. We truly thank everyone from clergy members to volunteers who helped make Chanukah under the Stars such a success. Part of the proceeds from the event benefitted the Ruth Rales Jewish Family Services of Boca Raton and the Giving Tree of Temple Beth El, providing needy families, senior citizens and kids aging out of foster care with basic necessities as well as holiday gifts.Temple Beth El Celebrates Hanukkah under the Stars at Mizner Park From left, Rabbi Jessica Spitalnic Brockman, Rabbi Dan Levin and Cantorial Soloist Lori Shapiro Patty Beck, president of Temple Beth El, and Rabbi Dan Levin Alan Lev, left, and TBE Executive Director Steve Kaufman Shown from left, Julia, Jennifer, Lauren and Craig Shapiro From left are Zoe, Dara, Jeffrey and Sheryl Unger Santas helpers from the Wounded Warriors of South Florida arrived at Gulfstream Goodwill Industries with gifts for program participants on Dec. 20. Gunnery Sergeant Robert McKenna, USMC (Retired) noted that the Wounded Warriors of South Floridas primary mission is serving veterans and their families as well as those with disabilities during the holidays who would not be receiving gifts otherwise. There is so much need during the holidays and seeing the faces of those with disabilities get what might be their only gift for the year makes all the difference in the world, McKenna said. Goodwill participants were extremely grateful for the opportunity to receive a gift for the holidays. Gulfstream Goodwill Industries Inc. assists people with disabilities and other barriers to employment to become selfsufficient, working members of our community.Wounded Warriors of South Florida Donates Gifts to Gulfstream Goodwill Wounded Warrior of South Florida volunteer Emilio Aleman delivers toys to Susie Bowman with Gulfstream Goodwill Industries.


Edition 129 7for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comJanuary 10, 2013 through January 16,2013COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL BOCA RATON Florida Atlantic Universitys creative writing program in the Department of English within the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters will offer two eight-week, non-credit writing workshops for the community at its Boca Raton campus. The first workshop, Writing Fic tion, will take place on Thursday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m., beginning Jan. 24 and running through March 21. There will be no class on March 7 due to FAUs spring break. The sec ond class, Writing Creative Nonfic tion, also will take place on Thursday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m. on the same dates. Each class costs $250 for members of the public; $180 for FAU employees as well as their immediate family members and $180 for FAU students and alumni. Seating is limited and the reg istration deadline is Thursday, Jan. 10. For additional information or a reg istration form, contact Mary Sheffield at 561-297-2974 or msheffi3@fau.edu.FAU Offers Community Writing Workshops Robert P. Watson, Ph.D., popular political commentator, author and professor and director of American Studies at Lynn University in Boca Raton, will talk about his engaging new book, Affairs of State during a series of talks at Palm Beach County Libraries. He will delve into the history of misbehavior and scandal in the White House. Watson, who has published more than 30 books, will also discuss the challenges faced when doing research on controversial topics in history, as well as provide some tips on writing about historical subjects. Preregistration is required. He will speak on the following dates at the following locations: Thursday, Jan. 24, 2 pm Lantana Road Branch 4020 Lantana Rd., Lake Worth Phone: 304-4500 Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2 pm Hagen Ranch Road Branch 14350 Hagen Ranch Rd., Delray Beach Phone: 894-7500 Tickets will be given out, two per person, starting at 9 am on Monday, Jan. 21. Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2 pm Glades Road Branch 20701 95th Ave., Boca Raton Phone: 482-4554 Friday, Feb. 15, 2 pm West Boca Branch 18685 State Road 7, Boca Raton Phone: 470-1600 Thursday, March 14, 2 pm West Boynton Branch 9451 Jog Rd., Boynton Beach Phone: 734-5556 Tickets will be given out, two per person, starting at 10 am on Monday, March 4 at the Information Desk Writers LIVE!: Meet Author Dr. Robert Watson Dr. Robert WatsonBOCA RATON -Jan McArt and daughter, Debbi Lawlor, celebrated the life of Jans late brother, Dr. Don Bunny McArt, at the Wold Performing Arts Center at Lynn University on Friday, Dec. 28. There was no doubt about it, they played to a final sold-out houseending one of show business most unusual and longest running brother and sister acts in the history of theatre. Jan, while still a teenager, was hired by Rodgers and Hammerstein for the lead in one of the longest running shows of all time, Oklahoma, while Dons first show was with legendary director George Abbott in Kiss n Tell. Both were constantly working in New York, Hollywood, Europe and the Orient. Don took time away from his busy career in Los Angeles in 1977 to do the comic lead in The Merry Widow that opened Jan McArts Royal Palm Dinner Theatre, and, in 1990 they finally worked together when Don moved to Boca Raton and he became a steady comedy star in all of Jans five theatres (Key West, Fort Lauderdale, Miami Beach and two in Boca Raton). He quickly became an audience favorite and, after that, took Say Good Night Gracie on tour. Don and Jan were scheduled to perform in the premiere of Tony Finstroms play reading in the Wold Center on January 14. At Sundays celebration with the music of Finians Rainbow were the Atlantic City Boys, the musical duo Dunlap and Pennington, singing actress and cantor Lori Belkin Shapiro, Al Johnson, actress Connie Gould, actor/director Dan Kelley, John Lawlor, Jean Michel Redinger and Dr. Barbara Lunde. Many friends from both the theatre and Dons ministerial work, along with great-niece and nephew Katharine and Evan Lawlor, enjoyed the impressive program featuring film clips, music and remembrances of Don and excerpts from his favorite show, Finians Rainbow. Celebrating the Life of the late Don Bunny McArtJan and Don Bunny McArt in Merry Widow


8 -Edition 129 January 10, 2013 through January 16,2013 www.bocaratontribune.com EDITORIALaddress. 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 Publisher Business C.E.OC.O.O. C.M.0 Editorial Executive Editor Managing Editor Online Edition Editor Social Media Software Engineer Lights on for the New Year. Its now legal in FloridaI remember when I was approaching age 16. My father began the task of teaching me how to drive. He took me to a large parking area and told me to take the wheel. Thats how it all began. My father also taught me the rules of the road, and the guidelines of the road you know, the things you do that arent really recognized by law, but are things you should do to help your roadway buddies. One of them is this: If you see a police cruiser at the side of the road, flash your headlights at oncoming cars to warn them. Dad did it and I following suit. It was something I never really figured would be recognized by the authorities. But apparently, Florida did, and had ruled it illegal. But not any more. I was checking over one of those lists of unusual laws that go into effect each Jan. 1. And in Florida, as of Jan. 1, it is no longer against the law to flash your headlights to warn drivers about a speed trap set up by police. I scrolled down and found a couple of other new laws in Florida that are a bit twisted. In Florida, if you own a swamp buggy, you no longer have to register it as a motor vehicle. Also, one of the new laws on the books is Florida is this: It is now illegal to film someone without their knowledge in a residential dwelling. This one is going to be tough to enforce, with so many people armed with video cameras in their cell phones. There are unusual laws in other states, too. Illinois is imposing a law cracking down on those who possess, sell or distribute shark fins. (The range of this law should be limited, considering the lengthy distance from Illinois to any ocean.) Heres one from my own home state of Massachusetts. As of Jan. 1, plastic bottles are to be considered contraband. Concord will be the first town in the nation to outlaw plastic bottles. A lot of water and soda drinkers will have to switch back to glass or cans. Finally, it turns out that Florida and my other adopted state of Rhode Island have something in common. They are among 10 states including Arizona, Colorado, Missouri, Montana, Ohio, Oregon, Vermont and Washington State to raise their minimum wage by 10 to 35 cents an hour. BYE, BYE CHRISTMAS TREE I hope you still dont have a live Christmas tree in your house. If so, it has probably turned brown and is a major fire hazard. The City of Boca Raton is conducting a Christmas tree collection program through Jan. 18. Residents can drop off their clean holiday trees at 751 Banyan Trail located adjacent to Mizner Bark Dog Park. The citys Recreation Services Department will pick up the trees and will chip them into mulch for Gumbo Limbo Nature Center. For additional information please call 561-393-7812. Please make sure to remove all decorations, including lights and tinsel from the tree. City residents can also place their holiday tree in the swale area outside their home on their regular scheduled vegeta tion collection day VIVA FLORIDA 500 In 2013, Florida marks a significant milestone, the 500th anniversary of European contact on the continental United States. Throughout the year, the Palm Beach County Library System will share the story of how many nationalities and diverse cultures thrived together in Florida and how their legacy shaped America. Join in commemorating Floridas heritage and discovering this unique state. A program called Palm Beach County in the Year 1513 will be presented Wednesday, Jan. 23 at 2 p.m. in The column, 2nd Civil War revisited was fantastic! I agree with you totally, though I believe most living in Boca Raton do not. You can not get blood from a stone, no matter how hard you squeeze, President Obama! Of course, I suppose you can (and will) confiscate even the stones. Robert Chiarenzellithe Okeechobee Boulevard Branch, 5690 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach (Phone: 233-1880). It will feature a look at Native American tribes, village sites and the topography of the Palm Beaches at the time of explorer Juan Ponce de Leons visit to Florida in 1513. Presenter will be Bob Da vidsson, Palm Beach County Library Systems Government Research Service librarian and author of the book Indian River: A History of the Ais Indians in Spanish Florida.


Edition 129 9for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comJanuary 10, 2013 through January 16,2013 EDITORIALS & LETTERS East/West Boca Raton, FL By Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr.POSITIVE LIVING world, having received his education in four of them. When he resided in southern California, he wrote a weekly column for the daily Anaheim Bulletin, which was carried for about six years, until he moved to south Florida. Facing New Beginnings With Courage! By Douglas HeizerTHOUGHTS FROM THE PUBLISHER Mayor Whelchel Offers Comments, Suggestions on Planned MobilityFor the past two weeks, I have devoted my columns to a discussion of the Planned Mobility ordinance which the Boca Raton City Council adopted last week on a vote of 4-1. I sent a copy of last weeks column to Mayor Susan Whelchel, who has responded with her comments and suggestions about our stance. I am yield ing my column space to her this week for a couple of reasons. As mayor of the city, her comments are very important. And because the ordinance change proposal led to the dissemi nation of misinformation through out the city, we want her to comment and make the various parts of the law crystal clear. Here are her comments, unedited and in their entirety: Hi Doug, I thought you may be interested in the following comments. I appreciate you sharing your editorial with me. Following are some comments and suggestions for you. Note that the area we approved for possible Planned Mobility development is WEST of I-95 on the north and south sides of Yamato Road. It does not extend down to Glades Road. The 1,000 + acre area near the IBM facility is what is covered by the new regulations. This area included along with IBM other related and compatible businesses. This is not a whatever suits you kind of regulation. It provides the flexibility, within specific guidelines, to introduce uses new to the area, including residential. Regarding tweaking the ordinance, this will need to be done as the other areas that are designated for Planned Mobility come in for possible development. The hospital area, the Town Center area, and the Lamson property will need to have their own rules. Those rules will be closely modeled on the Planned Mobility rules we adopted Tuesday night but they will need to be responsive to the unique characteris tics of each of the other areas, because each of those areas is different. The purported increase of 25 percent of households is something of a scare tactic in my book. It is unrealis tic to expect this increase. Remember that we limited the number of new multi-family residential units in the northwest area to 2,500. To be more specific about the Jim Batmasian issue, Jim and his team presented a concept plan for the Wild flower property that proposed a plan for 40 to 80 units ranging in size from 700 to 1,300 square feet--it was totally a concept plan. The City Council did not comment on the proposal because it was and remains our objective to have an attractive public amenity, such as a restaurant, on the property. I do not recall any comments about the size of the proposed units. While we are on the topic, just how are apartments that have an average size of 900 square feet not Boca? We are a full service city with a diverse population within diverse eco nomic tiers. Why would we not want a diversity of housing types? Dont we want to attract young professionals who will work at good jobs in the northwest area and the city as a whole to live in the city and be part of our community? I think the answer to those questions is YES. Do we judge peoples worth within the community by the size of their dwelling unit? Are we really that shallow? I certainly hope NOT. I am glad however, that overall you see the value of Planned Mobility to the future of the City. I hope this information has helped clarify some of the issues. Best Regards and Merry Christmas, Susan Whelchel We at the Tribune and all in Boca Raton appreciate the mayor taking time to discuss the ordinance and to clarify some of the issues. The Boca Tribune has always supported the Planned Mobility concept in the northwest part of the city, and pointed out that other locations also need the flexibility this ordinance brings. We will follow developments closely and report on them as they occur. We also wish Mayor Whelchel, her family and all residents in the city of Boca Raton and its neighboring com munities a wonderful holiday season and Happy New Year.Everyone should face any new beginning with zest and enthusiasm if good things are to emerge from that experience. It is always good to be forward-looking, but far better to be forward moving! Looking ahead offers invitations that need to be answered. The future is always calling us, humans, but only those who respond with decisive action shall benefit from the challenges being presented! A forward-looking attitude alone will never advance you beyond the status-quo. And that is not the posture anyone desires to observe, for new opportunities are calling us, new challenges await everyone, everywhere! And challenges are not to be feared but simply to be confronted with courage and decisive action! New beginnings usually occur after something else has ended. An old year concludes, but a new one immediately arrives, leaving behind both the good and the bad which previously took place. Some things will be repeated, but new projects also await execution and fresh ventures to be launched. Life never stands still! The same is true with the conclusion of one level of schooling. Instead of stopping there, why not consider higher levels which will increase your knowledge and skills, while providing better opportunities ahead? The difficulties to be faced are no reason to desist or be discouraged, for the wherewithal for their execution will always be available! Just like past events saw countless barriers and diverse problems, any new beginning will also have its share of unpleasant occurrences. Nevertheless, these dont signify a complete stop but only a momentary detour, or perhaps a meaning ful change to ensure the full, legitimate success being sought! Always remember that no one can ever rush to success. If it is to come, it will always require diligent effort, often accompanied by sweat and tears. All difficulties encountered along the way towards the realization of any project do not signify that they are impossible; it probably only means that the effort will require extra time and labor!


10 -Edition 129 January 10, 2013 through January 16,2013 www.bocaratontribune.com COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Advent Lutheran Church 300 East Yamato Road Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-395-3632 www.adventboca.org First Church Of Christ, Scientist 566 W Palmetto Park Road Boca Raton, FL 33432 561-391-7689 Armation Lutheran Church 9465 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33434 561-483-6004 First United Methodist Church www.fumcbocaraton.org 625 NE Mizner Blvd. Boca Raton, FL 33432 561-395-1244 Ascension Catholic Church 7250 N Federal Hwy Boca Raton, FL 33487 561-997-5486 Friendship Baptist Church 1422 NE 2nd Court Boca Raton, FL 33432 561-395-6871 Assembly of God Hispanic Church Centro Cristiano Familiar 21121 Oriole Country Rd Boca Raton, FL 33433 561-746-8626 Frontline Christian Center Olympic Heights High Schl 20101 Lyons Rd Boca Raton FL 33434 561-826-0404 www.frontlinechristiancenter.com Ayts Chayim Messianic Synagogue 600 W. 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 Journey Church (e) www.bocajourney.com e Kathyrn Lindgren eater B.R. Community High Schl 1501 NW 15 Court Boca Raton, FL 561-420-0606 Boca Raton Synagogue www.brsonline.org Hahn Judaic Campus 7900 Montoya Circle Boca Raton, FL 33433 (561) 394-5732 To have your Church listed in the Boca Raton Tribune Worship Directory...Send your information to our Mailing Address at:Boca Raton Tribune, P.O. Box 970593, Boca Raton, FL 33497Kabbalah Learning Centre www.kabbalah.dynip.com 8411 W Palmetto Park Rd Boca Raton, FL 33433 561-488-8826 Boca Raton Synagogue-West www.brsweb.org 21101 95th Ave. South Boca Raton, FL 33428 Kol Ami of Boca Raton Reconstructionist http://kolami.homestead.com 71 N. Federal Hwy. Boca Raton, FL 33432 561-392-0696 Boca West Community United Methodist Church 9087 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33434 561-482-7335 e Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Boca Raton 2601 St. Andrews Blvd. Boca Raton, FL 33434 561-482-2001 Center for Spiritual Living Boca Raton 2 SW 12 Avenue Boca Raton, FL, 33486 561-368-8248 Somboca.com Congregational Church of Boca Raton 251 SW 4th Avenue Boca Raton FL 33432 Phone: 561-395-9255 E-mail: oce@churchooca. org Website: www.churchofbocaraton.org Pastor: Tom Lacey Sunday Worship Service: 10:00AM and Sunday School for all ages BOCA RATON TRIBUNE W ORSH IP D IRECTOR Y Congregation Shirat Shalom PO Box 971142 Boca Raton, FL 33497 Olympic Heights High School 561-488-8079 www.shiratshalom.org


Edition 129 11for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comJanuary 10, 2013 through January 16,2013 DIVORCE FLORIDA STYLEBy Mike Gora ColumnistsThe Boca Raton Tribune NO BRAINERMichael H. Gora has been certified by the Board of Education and 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 can be reached at mhgora@sbwlawfirm.com. New Years Resolutionlead wellFAITHBy Casey Cleveland Q: I am in the process of getting divorced from a cop after an eighteen year marriage. He has a good salary, I dont. He has a pension plan, all saved during the marriage, I dont. He can afford to pay me some alimony and child support, he wont. I know he wont because we were at the office of the mediator in the courthouse, you know the cheaper kind and, after two hours he walked out because he refused to agree to any reasonable settlement, taking the position that since he earned it all was his. He said that our legislature was going to ban permanent alimony next year, and if he did not agree to alimony in a contract he would be able to get out of a judge ordered permanent alimony after the new legislation passes. Is he correct? Is our Republican legislature continuing the War on Women that I heard about during the presidential campaign? A: Your cop seems to be a little right and a lot wrong. As to his wish to keep all of the marital assets for himself because he earned it he has no chance of success. The equitable distribution statute is virtually bullet proof when it comes to equally splitting marital assets that is anything ac cumulated during the marriage as the result of marital labor and savings. So far the legislature is not messing with that concept. On the other hand he appears to be right about the suggested demise of periodic permanent alimony. Under the proposed new statute a judge would not be able to award permanent periodic alimony but will have the power to grant durational alimony for a number of years equal to or less than the length of the marriage after the first seven years of marriage. Additionally, the proposed new statute proposes a right granted to anyone who was divorced within two years before the passage of the legislation to go back to court to change the alimony plan from permanent to durational or less. There is a quirk in that process: (1) if the permanent periodic alimony is agreed to in a marital settlement agreement, a contract, it is unlikely that a court could set it aside due to the constitutional protection granted to contract rights, but (2) if the permanent award came after a trial and judgment there would be no bar to the application of the proposed new statute. In years of practice I have never met a man who wanted to give his wife alimony, of any kind. Apparently there were a couple of men in the legisla ture, who had recently undergone the divorce process, who have started and pushed the pending legislation. Sounds like sour grapes.If we lose sight of people, we lose sight of the very purpose of leadership. Tony Dungy So it is here once again. The New Year is upon us and we find ourselves thinking about new beginnings, fresh starts, and a bright future. We usually prepare for this time by pondering what might be different or better for the year to come. Better known as New Years resolutions. As a pastor, I love this time of year because it reminds me of the newness of life, forgiveness of sin, and freedom from the past, that Jesus promises can be found in Him. And with this newness, forgiveness, and freedom come an amazing privilege and response from those who have been touched by this love of God. We are set in motion, given a purpose, called to love God, to love others, and to share this good news. That is awesome. Seriously, think about it for a moment. Being transformed by the love of God is not just for us. It is totally not about usthis should be both relieving and refreshing. So then who is it about, really? The Bible tells us it is about God, His glory, loving Him and enjoying him forever. And one of the very practical applications of being a part of Gods story is loving others well. If we are to truly move in this direc tion we should consider how well we are leading those within our sphere of influence. Because we all have leadership opportunities, all of us. And leading people gives us an incredible opportunity in loving people. May I just encourage you with the truth that God has placed specific people in your life that can be forever changed based on the way you speak into their life. Anyone from your daughter, to a child you coach, to your employee, to a neighbor. Your influence is huge, and you are accountable. So Back to your New Years resolutions. Would you consider this year making a priority, a goal, a resolution, in the area of your leadership? I challenge you think through and specifically name those God has placed in your life to influence. I challenge you to begin praying for them by name. And I challenge you to commit yourself, as a leader this year, to the following 4 Cs of leadership as developed by Bill Hybels. 1. Character 2. Competency 3. Chemistry 4. Calling Character must always be first because if this goes so does your leadership. Commit yourself this year to being honest about any areas you are tempted to compromise your integrity. And then pursue the absolute opposite of your compromise. Competency is critical no matter if you are CEO or mom, or both. Commit yourself this year to learning how to do your job better. Read a book, take a course, get a mentor. Do something, move forward somehow. Chemistry is a must between those you are leading and yourself. How effective can you be with someone who feels they are not valued or even liked? Commit yourself to developing a deeper relationship this year with those you lead. And last but not least is calling. There is no greater way to ensure your calling as a leader than by reading the Bible. Really. Because only in the pages of Gods story can you fully see your place and purpose within your own story. Lead well this year. Much Love-Casey


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Edition 129 B1Section B January 10, 2013 through January 16,2013www.bocaratontribune.com Boca Life & ArtsA Treat for Garage band Members of a Certain AgeENTERTAINMENT See page B2 The Boca Raton Tribune B Section B Boca Life & Arts See page B3LEGAL SEAFOODS PRESENT LIGHT LUNCHEON OFFERINGS FOOD REVIEWLynn Conservatory Plans Performances, Recitals, Master Classes in JanuaryBOCA RATON -Lynn University will be offering lovers of classical music a variety of concerts, recitals and master classes during January. The schedule includes: Jan. 8, 7:30 p.m., Junior Recital with Misaki Saito on Piano. Misaki Saito was born in Toyota, Aichi, Japan and began playing the piano at age eight. She has played in communities in the United States and Japan such as at vocational aid centers, hospitals, nursing centers and recital halls. Now a thirdyear Bachelor of Music performance student, studying on full scholarship at the Lynn University Conservatory of Music with Roberta Rust, Saito attended the Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan from 2007-2010. Jan. 10, 7 p.m., Piano Master Class with Phillip Evans. Evans has given concerts and master classes throughout the world. Currently a member of the Lynn faculty, he has served on the faculties of the Juilliard and Manhattan Schools of Music. A recipient of the Loeb Award as the outstanding pianist of his graduating class at Juilliard, Evans also studied at the Cherubini Conservatory in Italy. Jan. 15 3:30 & 5:30 p.m. Student Recitals 3:30 p.m. Joseph McCargar performs his junior double bass recital. 5:30 p.m. Natalie Ardasevova performs his junior cello recital. AmarnickGoldstein Concert Hall FREE Jan. 17 7:30 p.m. ICPP: Celebrating 1912: A Chamber Music Retrospective The Instrumental Collaborative Piano Program in conjunction with the string and woodwind departments will present a sampling of the diverse chamber works written 100 years ago from Europe, North and South America. Jan. 24 7:30 p.m. Mostly Music: Debussy A crucial figure in the transition to the modern era in Western music, Claude Debussy remains one of the most famous and influential of all composers. He was the most prominent fig ure in developing impressionistic music although he intensely disliked the term when applied to his own music, which often reflected the activities and turbulence in his life in French literary circles. Jan. 27 4 p.m Romantic Revelry From the Studio of Roberta Rust Romantic piano music by Chopin, Scriabin, Rachmaninoff, Liszt and others, performed by spectacular Conservatory students. Rust contributes insightful commentary. Jan. 31 7 p.m. Violin Master Class with Guillermo Figueroa Guillermo Figueroa is music direc tor of both the New Mexico Symphony and the Music in the Mountains Festival in Colorado as well as Principal Guest Conductor of the Puerto Rico Symphony. A renowned violinist as well, Figueroa was concertmaster of the New York City Ballet and a founding member and Concertmaster of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, making more than 50 recordings for Deutsche Grammophon. Tickets 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. Guillermo Figueroa Top Oval picture Phillip Evans, Above, Misaki Saito


January 10, 2013 through January 16,2013www.bocaratontribune.com B2 Edition 129 Section BBoca Life & Arts Entertainment Skip SheffieldA Treat for Garage band Members of a Certain AgeIf you were in a band back in the 1960s, you will really relate to Not Fade Away. I was and I did. However my companion, a woman 15 years younger than I, couldnt see what the big deal was. Not Fade Away is a highly personalized memoir by Sopranos creator David Chase, 67. Chase, who is two years older than I, dreamed of being a star drummer in a rock n roll band. As a teenager he played the sock hops, keggers and teen clubs of suburban New Jersey. As a teenager I did the same thing, only in South and Central Florida. Like Chase I was strongly influenced by the British Invasion bands such as the Beatles, Kinks, Animals and Rolling Stones. The latter group did a version of the Buddy Holly song Not Fade Away, which gives the film its title. Wouldnt you know my most suc cessful group played that very song, with me up front singing and shaking my maracas like Mick Jagger. Neither Chase nor I became a rock star, but we still have a profound love for the music of our high school and college era. And so I am a big sucker for Chases story of a garage bands struggles, dreams and disappointments. The main character is Doug las (John Magaro), a curly-haired drummer who discovers he is more valuable as a singer. Douglas best girlfriend and No. 1 fan is the willowy, winsome Grace (Bella Heathcote), who looks like a cross between Jean Shrimpton and Twiggy. Those were Mod Era fashion models for those too young to know. The band has its typical squabbles, rivalries and misunderstandings. Some band members always dream bigger than others and some are more single-minded in their career pursuit. Then there are the inevitable objections of parents, played by James Gandolfini and Molly Price, who cant understand why their nice boy wants to be such a noisy ruffian. This is probably not so interesting for those who have never been there, but believe me, Chases fable rings true in a fleeting, melancholy way. No, it will never fade away for me either. Three stars A Disaster of Impossible Proportions There are disasters and then there is The Impossible, a Spanish film from the makers of the chilling thriller The Orphanage, including director Juan Antonio Bayona and screenwriter Sergio G. Sanchez, working with real-life survivor Ma ria Belon. The familys nationality is changed from Spanish to British. Maria is played by Naomi Watts. Her husband Henry Belon is played by Ewan McGregor. The couple is on a Christmas vacation at a posh seaside resort in Thailand. The stage is set with festive holiday trappings and carefree sun and fun. Unbeknownst to anyone, one of the worst natural disasters is about to happen. A tsunami, spawned by earthquakes far away, hit Asia with a massive wall of wa ter on Dec. 26, 2004. The Impossible is a saga of relentless, unpitying destruction of everything in the tsunamis path. When the wave hits, Maria is separated from her husband, but she miraculously finds her eldest son Lucas (Tom Holland), and the two literally cling together for survivor. Both Watts and McGregor are powerful professionals, but the real surprise is young Tom Holland in a star-making turn. The Impossible gets a bit relentless and mired literally in the mud and debris, but it is one of the best-made, most convincing disaster movies of all time. Three and a half stars Holocaust Memory Play at Willow Theater The Womens Theatre Project is back with a second production, The Interview, opening Friday Jan. 4 and running through Jan. 20 at the Willow Theater of Sugar Sand park, 300 S. Military Trail, Boca Raton. The Interview is the searing memory play by award-winning writer Faye Sholiton. Directed by Genie Croft, the play stars Harriet Oser as Bracha Weissman, who has become an emotional recluse after the loss of her family to Nazi death camps. Patti Gardner plays Ann Meshenberg, who records Brachas testimony on video. Irene Adjan is Brachas daughter Rifka, and Christopher Mitchell is the videographer. Playwright Faye Sholiton is scheduled to attend opening night. Tickets are $25. Call 561-3473948.


Edition 129 B3Section B January 10, 2013 through January 16,2013www.bocaratontribune.com Boca Life & ArtsDELRAY BEACH -Theatre at Arts Garage has announced that famed playwright Israel Horovitzs latest work, Gloucester Blue, will make its world premiere at the Delray Beach venue on Jan. 25th. Master story-teller Israel Horovitz continues his Gloucester Series of plays, using the intimate locale of Gloucester, Mass., to tell epic stories of sex, murder and intrigue. Horovitz will be in South Florida during the month of January collaborating with director Lou Tyrrell on the production. Israel Horovitz is one of our finest American playwrights living today, said Tyrrell. His understanding of what drives human behavior is original, unique and completely theatrical. He is an artistic treasure, and to produce a world premiere of one of his plays at Arts Garage is a thrill and an honor. Gloucester Blue is an example of American playwriting at its best. Gloucester Blue is a dark and wicked comedy and refers to a color choice for the walls of a restored harbor-front fish fac tory cum gentrified residence. But no amount of renovation can gloss over the illicit secret motivations and unexpected connections of these characters, when the working-class world of two house painters collides with the privileged-class owners of this storied property. When the best in us gives way to the worst in us, misadventure is the best adventure of all, and great theatre is afoot, said Tyrrell. Never have our darkest impulses and deepest misbehavior been so much fun! Horovitz has written more than 70 produced plays, many of which have been translated and performed in more than 30 languages world-wide. His screenplay for the 1982 film, Author! Author!, starring Al Pacino, is a largely autobiographical account of a playwright dealing with the stress of having his play produced on Broadway while he tries to raise a large family.LEGAL SEAFOODS PRESENT LIGHT LUNCHEON OFFERINGS Food Review Marc Kent In the quest for innovating integrated menu items for their 32 restaurants on the eastern sea board, Legal Seafoods through their Culinary Director, Kevin Watson developed regionals luncheon specialties. Meeting with Chef Watson, we were able to sample three soup creations including a New Eng land clam chowder, quite light yet full bodied with tender clam bits. The Key West soup had a curry spice that was just perfec tion with the right bite and defined taste. We found the yellow gazpacho to be cool and pleasant though it needed a bit more of a chunky body. A seafood tray consisting of Cape Cod oysters, with the usual red sauce, champagne vinegar sauce and a diced jalapeno sauce that wasnt too spicy nice ac companiment to the cool, crisp bi-valves. The tray also featured littleneck clams and jumbo, delicious shrimp. A swordfish salad was a perfectly seared warm fish steak served with cool cucumber, toma to, chick peas and strips of fennel a great luncheon creation. An excellent tuna steak was coated in a fantastic dried spice mixture if it is on your menu, do try it! We also sampled a Portuguese fisherman stew with mussels, fish, clams and chorizos in a light and slightly sweet broth a winner. Dessert was a gift box of eight different cookies each a sweet treat and most creative this should be most popular for luncheons. Future offerings promise to be quite creative and pleasing as well. Legal Seafoods updates menus through the seasons to offer the freshest items available. We enjoyed our introduction to new items and suggest youGo and enjoy!Arts Garage Debuts World Pre miere Play Gloucester BluePlaywright Israel Horovitz


January 10, 2013 through January 16,2013www.bocaratontribune.com B4 Edition 129 Section BBoca Life & Arts S P O T L I G H T BOCA RATON Thousands turned out just two days before Christmas to enjoy a holiday meal, music and seasonal faith at the annual Christmas Party sponsored by Wayne Barton, founder of the Wayne Barton Study Center. A Southern-style dinner was served Sunday, Dec. 23, in a big tent outside the center at 269 NE 14th St., Boca Raton. There was music, holiday desserts and a special appearance by Santa Claus. After dinner, kids went into the gymnasium at the Barton Center to receive their holiday presents. Each Christmas season, Barton asks the community for help with toy donations for children in the age 12 to 18 bracket the age group often ignored through other toy dona tion efforts. Barton said he wanted to reward the children he serves year-round with his education and meals programs. We want to give something to the children who have improved their grades and behavior, said the study center founder founder. Photos by Dale KingWith Divine and Community Intervention, Barton Study Center Holiday Party Succeeds From left, Nick, Sam and Joyce Fanelli Crowd queues up for the holiday dinner Thanh Tran and Winford Davenport help out in the kitchen A table of delicious goodies awaits the crowd Wayne Barton draws a ticket Hazel McIntyre and Jorge Camejo Vanessa and her nephew, Jamias


Edition 129 B5Section B January 10, 2013 through January 16,2013www.bocaratontribune.com Boca Life & ArtsBOCA RATON -Passionate long-term donors and enthusiastic new friends recently gathered at Woodfield Country Club for the Wee Dream Ball, presented by Daniel & Maria Staton and Marc Bell & Jennifer Taule on behalf of ARMOUR Residential REIT, Inc. The focus for the night was on a single, united goal to ensure that the disadvantaged children at Florence Fuller Child Development Centers (FFCDC) will continue to have access to quality early childhood education programs that prepare them for kindergarten and beyond. This years festivities celebrated the dreams and aspirations of the 625 children served by FFCDC Wee Dream Ball co-chairs Carrie Rubin and Stacey Packer along with an impressive committee of dedicated volunteers worked tirelessly on the enchanted garden infused 2012 Wee Dream Ball. Breaking all records, a total of $482,000 was raised for the two Florence Fuller Child Development Centers in east and west Boca Raton. The Wee Dream Ball is as energetic and unique as the children it helps. Board members Jay Foreman and Neil Meany made repeat appearances as charismatic auc tioneers for the live auction. Their high-spirited banter with the crowd encouraged some heated, but friendly, competition which resulted in raising $82,000. Jay and Neil also led the evenings fund a need appeal called Giving from the Heart. Honorary Chairs, Denise & Jordan Zimmerman, kicked off the appeal which raised more than $90,000 for scholarships to be distributed to children from low-income households. Former FFCDC student and volunteer, Stacy Andrade, took the stage and shared a story of how FFCDC made a difference in her life and the lives of her family. Stacys accomplishments gave the attendees a glimpse of the positive impact their support will make for future students. The FFCDC mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of young children from economically challenged families in our community. Florence Fuller Child Development Centers provide quality childcare, early education, family support programs and the only Head Start preschool in Boca Raton. We prepare children for a lifetime commitment to learning and social achievement, while empowering their families to build a brighter future. S P O T L I G H T Prevent, preserve & reverse signs of aging with the personalized care of our experienced professional medical team 561-394-3088 Call TODAY to set up your FREE consultation 3848 FAU Blvd., Suite 210 Boca Raton, FL 33431www.GladesMedical.com WEIGHT MANAGEMENT BOTOX RESTYLANE JUVDERM RADIESSE LATISSE SKIN REJUVENATING PEELS LASER HAIR REMOVALExclusively at Glades Medical Group FREE PICK UP & DELIVERY Call Today! 6 Shown from left are Linda Behmoiras, Jennifer Zeuner, Monica Goldstein, Carrie Rubin and Amy PaulWee Dream Ball Raises a Record $480,000 for Scholarships From left, Rosa Feeney, Karen Foreman, Stacey Packer The Wee Dream Ball Fairies Carrie Rubin and Stacey Packer Daniel and Maria Staton


January 10, 2013 through January 16,2013www.bocaratontribune.com B6 Edition 129 Section BBoca Life & Arts By Skip Sheffield Michael Gora and Charles Cohen are two prominent Boca Raton lawyers practicing family law. Gora is also a columnist for Boca Raton Tribune ans member of the Artists Guild of Boca Raton Museum of Art. Both men have found a creative outlet in photography. Their growing body of work has been seen in many galleries and museums. In June of 2012 Gora and Cohen went to Israel to record the experience through visual images. Their efforts, titled Reflection of the Holy Land, are on display for two months from Thursday, Jan. 10 at Griffin Gallery Ancient Art at Gallery Center, 608 Banyan Trail, Boca Raton. The artists will meet the public at 5:30 p.m. A group opening is from 6-8 p.m. Jan. 10. The public is invited free of charge. We think of it as a road trip, joked Gora recently. One the road to Jerusa lem, like one of those Bob Hope-Bing Crosby movies. I always wanted to go to Israel, said Charles Cohen. I am not a partic ularly religious person, but there is so much there of historical importance. The itinerary was planned by a Boca Raton travel agency with the aim of including Israels most important scenic and historic sites. The photographers flew out of Madrid to Ben-Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv and to a hotel in Jerusalem. The first day began with a trip to the biblical Mount of Olives for a panoramic view of Old Jerusalem. The men were accompanied by an Israeli guide, Moshe Mor, who lived in Boca Raton for a couple years. Many people are concerned about the dangers of traveling to Israel, allows Cohen. We never felt fear anyplace. However, after we left we learned a rocket strike hit near where we stayed in Tel Aviv. There are four sectors in Old Jerusalem: the Armenian, Muslim, Christian and Jewish sections. Once of the most important sites is the Western Wall. It is all that remains of the Sec ond Temple from the time of King Herod. It is the most sacred spot for devout Jews. For Christians, the Via Delarosa, or Stations of the Cross, is a must-experience, as is the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. New Jerusalem has the Herzl Cemetery, where three of Israels Prime Ministers and several presidents are buried. The men visited Vad Vashemthe Holocaust Museum and the artists village of Ein Karem. Highlights included two nights spent in a kibbutz on the shore of the Sea of Galilee, a stop at Golan Heights and a side trip to the Dead Sea and Ma sada, which is the most revered symbol of Jewish courage and pride. Capernaum was a large fishing village and trade center where the remains of a synagogue believed to be one where Jesus taught is located. Nearby is Peters House, where Jesus lived and did healing. Other stops included Megiddo (the Armageddon), Mount Carmel and its Druze villages, the ancient seaside town of Caesarea and the old port of Jaffa. Im ready to go back, vows Cohen. This time our wives want to go. For more information call Griffin Gallery at 561-994-0811 or go to www. griffingallery.net.Photos of Israel on Display at Grin Gallery Ancient Art


Edition 129 19for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comJanuary 10, 2013 through January 16,2013Municipal NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune BOCA RATON -On Tuesday, December 11, while conducting surveillance, a Boca Raton Police Tac Team officer noticed a black Nissan Sentra driving slowing on Technology Way. The car appeared to match the description of one suspected in two previous auto burglaries at LA Fitness. Police said the driver dropped off his female passenger and left the area heading west on Yamato Road. Because the window tint appeared darker than allowed by law, officers attempted to stop the vehicle. The driver refused to pull over. As the car entered the 95 onramp, another officer deployed stop sticks and the car stopped just before running over the deflation device. As officers approached the car they smelled a strong odor of marijuana, said police. When the suspect, identified by police as Daquan Johnson, 19, of Fort Lauderdale, got out of the vehicle, he told officers he had weed in the vehicle. While searching the car, officers found 3.1 grams of marijuana in the center console. Also found, police said, was a TomTom GPS with charger, three iPhones, a Samsung Sprint phone, a Motorola T-Mobile phone, a flashlight, two childrens books, a Winchester multi-tool and multiple pairs of sunglasses. In the trunk, officers found two USB ca bles, an AC power adaptor, a purse, a pair of Nike shoes, a Victorias Secret rewards card and a brown wallet. The victim of an LA Fitness auto burglary Dec. 1 was contacted and positively identified the purse as hers. Through an analysis of the iPhones, a phone number was obtained and the probable owner was contacted. That person confirmed it was her iPhone and that it was stolen from her in North Lauderdale. Police said Johnson was charged with possession of burglary tools, burglary to a conveyance, grand theft, theft of credit cards and unauthorized possession and fraudulent use of a credit card. Boca Police Ocers Nab LA Fitness Vehicle Burglar BOCA RATON On Christmas Eve, just after 2 a.m., Boca Raton Police officers responded to an armed robbery at the Kentucky Fried Chicken, 1601 North Federal Highway. The manager told officers he left the business at about 2 a.m. and went to his car to put some items in the trunk. The manager went back inside the business, locked up and returned to his car with the weekend deposits. He placed the deposit bags inside the car when he was confronted by an unknown male. The suspect pointed a handgun at him and said, You know what I want. The victim gave the suspect the deposit bags. The robber also demanded his car keys and cell phone. The victim handed both to the suspect, who threw them over a nearby wall. The suspect then pulled the victims necklace from his neck and fled by jumping over the wall on the west side of the business. The suspect got away with the vic tims gold necklace and an undetermined amount of cash. The suspect is described as a black male, 40 to 45 years old, 5 tall, thin build, wearing a black baseball cap, black jacket, black jeans, and sneakers. The suspect was armed with a large barreled, black handgun. The victim was not injured. The area was searched and the victims keys and cell phone were recovered. If anyone has information about this crime, they are asked to call Detective Ron Mello at (561) 620-6186 or Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers at (800) 458-TIPS.KFC manager robbed at gunpoint in Boca Raton BOCA RATON The bartender at Josephines Restaurant on North Federal Highway was shot and killed, and a waiter injured, during a robbery Friday, Jan. 4, at the north Boca eatery, said police. The bartender was identified as Rafael Rodriguez, 46, of Boca Ra ton. Police said that as the robbery suspects were leaving, Rodriguez exchanged words with one of them. The suspect shot at Rodriguez, striking him once. The four suspects fled out of the back door and were last seen running south behind the buildings. Rodriguez and a waiter who had earlier been pistol-whipped by one of the robbers were transported to Delray Medical Center, where Rodriguez later died. The waiter was treated and released, said police. Police said the incident occurred at 11:43 p.m. on Jan. 4. Officers responded to a report of a male screaming, possible gun shots and a disturbance behind the restaurant at 5751 North Federal Highway. After speaking with witnesses and reviewing surveillance video, detectives were able to piece together the crime. Their report said Josephines Restaurant closed at about 10 p.m.; however, the owner, several employees and patrons remained. At 11:43 p.m., a waiter was leaving and Rodriguez walked with him to the back door. As the waiter exited, several suspects accosted them. The waiter and Rodriguez were knocked to the ground and the waiter was pistol whipped. One or two suspects stood guard while other suspects entered the restaurant. Police said the suspects were all black males. All were wearing some kind of mask or facial covering. The suspects were armed with either revolvers or semi-automatic handguns. Once inside the restaurant, the suspects approached the rest of the victims who were around the bar area. The suspects then took personal items, including wallets, jewelry and cell phones from the vic tims. Boca Raton detectives are following leads throughout the South Florida area. If anyone has information about this crime, they are asked to call the Boca Raton Police Department at (561) 368-6201 or Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers at (800) 458-TIPS.Bartender Killed during Armed Robbery at Boca Restaurant


20 -Edition 129 January 10, 2013 through January 16,2013 www.bocaratontribune.com BOCA RATON -An 89-year-old woman was killed Sunday, Jan. 6, after she fell while trying to cross a busy West Boca intersec tion, then was struck by a van, said the Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office. The victim, identified as Rosalind Pantell of Boca Ra ton, was attempting to cross Glades Road at U.S. 441 about 12:26 p.m. when she was struck by a 2000 Honda Odyssey minivan driven by Hossein Ghani Banki, 41, also of Boca, said a PBSO report. She was taken to Delray Medical Center where she died a short time later, the report said. According to the PBSO, Pantell was attempting to cross Glades Road, from south to north. Banki was driving westbound on Glades Road, in the right travel lane. He stopped at a red traffic signal and then, after seeing the green turn arrow for westbound traffic to make a right turn, moved slowly onto US 441 when he felt something was wrong with his vehicle. According to witnesses, the 89-year-old woman was in the crosswalk, but had fallen to the ground. PBSO said Banki could not see the woman as he was turning. The accident is under investigation.Car runs over, kills woman who fell crossing West Boca road THIS PROJECT IS SUPPORTED IN PART BY AN AWARD FROM THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS. SPONSORED IN PART BY THE STATE OF FLORIDA, DEPARTMENT OF STATE, DIVISION OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS, AND THE FLORIDA COUNCIL ON ARTS AND CULTURE. FUNDING FOR THIS PROJECT IS PROVIDED IN PART BY THE BROWARD COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AS RECOMMENDED BY THE BROWARD CULTURAL COUNCIL. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800) 435-7352 WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE. MCB REGISTRATION NUMBER: CH1034. PHOTO : LEIGH-ANN AND SARA ESTY PHOTO GIO ALMA .LEIGH-ANN E STY, Corps Dancer SAR A E STY, S oloist Dancer PROGRAM II: TRADITION AND INNOVATION A world premiere by Britains brilliant young choreographer, Liam Scarlett, the seductive Don Quixote Pas de Deux + two Balanchine favorites. L OURDES L OPEZ Artistic DirectorT I CKET S FROM $20 miamicityballet.org (305) 929-7010 toll-free: (877) 929-7010DIVINE SYMMETRY.B ROW A RD CENTER FT. LA UDERDALE JAN 18-20 KRA VIS CENTER WES T P ALM B E A CH JAN 25-27 954-462-0222 browardcenter.org 561-832-7469 kravis.org


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Edition 129 23for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comJanuary 10, 2013 through January 16,2013 Boca Police Warn of Kidnapping Scam Another Resident Credited with Assisting Police with ArrestFive More from Broward Charged With Break into Boca HomeBOCA RATON -In the past few weeks, Boca Raton Police officers have investigated two incidents of a specific type of nationwide scam. The victims received phone calls from an unknown person calling from 787, 786 and/or 347 area codes, all in Puerto Rico. The suspect tells the victim a family member has been kidnapped or was involved in a car accident and was kidnapped. The suspect tells the victim that if they hang up the phone or call the police, the family member will be killed. Victims are instructed to wire money via Western Union to various people in Puerto Rico. The increments of money are generally around $1,000, said police. After the victim has complied with the instructions, they discover the family members are safe, unharmed, and had never been approached by anyone or were never in any danger. If you receive a phone call like this, it is most likely a scam. Find a way to have someone else call your family member and try to notify police while you are on the phone with the caller. When speaking with the suspect, never add any information about the family member. Be aware that criminals are always looking for new ways to take your money or belongings. Never sent money via Western Union to a person you do not know. Kidnappers dont use Western Union. Be alert, vigilant and report all suspicious activity, warn police. If you have any information about these crimes or similar crimes, call Detective Max Del Valle at (561) 338-1302 or Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers at (800) 458-TIPS. BOCA RATON -On Wednesday, December 19, at about 9:40 a.m., Boca Raton Police officers responded to a robbery that occurred on the sidewalk on SW 2nd Avenue, police said. The victim told officers he and a friend were walking south on the sidewalk when an unknown male approached them and snatched the necklace off his neck. The suspect is described by police as a dark skinned black male about 20 years old, about 6 tall, average build, and wearing a black muscle shirt and black shorts. Police said that after the suspect grabbed the victims necklace, the suspect ran to the northeast parking lot. He got into the passenger seat of a newer model, four-door car, possibly a Volkswagen Jetta, bearing a Florida tag with BC somewhere in it. The vehicle left north on SW 2nd Avenue. The victim was not injured. If anyone has information about this crime, they are asked to call Detec tive Scott Hanley at (561) 338-1344 or Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers at (800) 458-TIPS.Necklace snatched from mans neck in Boca Raton BOCA RATON -Quick ac tion by Boca Raton resident is being credited for the arrest of five individuals who allegedly came to Boca Raton to break into houses. They were identified by police as Jordan Exantus, 16, of Margate; Johan Smith, 20, of Lauderdale Lakes and Javan Hughes, 20, Florisma Hyppolite, 18 and Kansas Derilus, 18, all of North Lauderdale. At about 11 a.m. Dec. 18, a Glen Oaks resident said a male knocked on her door and asked if Johnny was home. The suspect, with his cell phone to his ear, left when he realized someone was home. Finding the interaction suspicious, the resident refused to open the door and immediately called 911. Officers of the Tac Team quickly closed in on the area. Since multiple officers were responding to the Glen Oaks neighborhood, others went to adjacent neighborhoods. While entering the Boca Madera neighborhood, one Tac Team officer noticed a car matching the vehicle described by the resident parked in front of a house on 32nd Street. The officer then observed a person matching the suspects description quickly walking down the driveway toward the car with a cell phone to his ear. Officers following the car, observed it make an illegal turn on Saint Andrews Boulevard and then proceeded to make a traffic stop. When the driver opened the window, a strong smell of marijuana could be detected, police said. All five occupants were questioned and the car was searched. Initially, three suspects said they came to visit a friend but didnt know which house he lived in. Another suspect said he was sleeping. Eventually two suspects allegedly admitted they came to burglarize houses in Boca. While searching the car, officers found two pairs of knit gloves, a knit ski mask, a black knit cap, a utility knife and a metal window punch. All five suspects were charged with loitering & prowling, possession of burglary tools and possession of marijuana.


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Edition 129 25for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comJanuary 10, 2013 through January 16,2013BusinessThe Boca Raton Tribune Business GALLERY 22320 ESPLANADE #53 Royal Palm Place Boca Raton, FL 33432Store #53Photo by Denise Felice GET REAL!Signature Linewww.yaacovheller.com 561.347.1677 DELRAY BEACH -Following the completion of the last phase of the states Level I Trauma Center approval process, Delray Medical Center began operating as a Level 1 Trauma Center on Jan. 1. This is the highest level trauma service designated by the Florida Department of Health and elevates Delray Medical Center to a select group of trauma research centers in the state. Delray Medical Center is dedicated to ensuring its trauma services meet the highest standard of care, said Chief Executive Officer Mark Bryan. This desig nation represents the culmination of our efforts and our commitment by the skilled team of physicians and staff at Delray Medical Center. We are proud to provide the community with the highest level of trauma care in Palm Beach County. Delray Medical Center is one of 22 verified trauma centers in Florida, and will be one of only four Level 1 Trauma Centers in South Florida. Under circumstances when transfer time is critical to trauma patients due to the life threatening nature of the injuries, Delray Medical Center is now the Level 1 Trauma Center most readily accessible to the residents of Palm Beach County. After years of experience as a Level II Trauma Center, the Level 1 Trauma Center status reflects that Delray Medical Center meets strict additional requirements which include pediatric trauma pa tient care services that are separate and distinct from adult trauma patient care services, adult and pediatric trauma intensive care units and cardiac surgery. In addition, one of the major responsibilities Delray Medical Center has as a Level 1 trauma center is to continually expand the body of knowledge in the field of trauma through clinical and basic research programs, apply this new knowledge to the treatment of the injured patient, and disseminate the knowledge throughout the medical community. For the past six years, Delray Medical Center has been ranked one of Healthgrades Americas 50 Best Hospitals, as well as being a recipient of the Healthgrades Critical Care Excellence Award for the past two years. Delray Medical Center was also named one of Healthgrades 100 Best Hospitals for General Surgery for two consecutive years. For over 30 years, Delray Medical Center, a 493-bed acute care hospital, has served South Palm Beach County. As both a community hospital and Provisional Level I Trauma Center located on a 42-acre medical plaza, Delray Medical Center has the ability to offer several specialized services including cardiac care, orthopedics, rehabilitation, neurosciences and emergency care, among others.Florida Names Delray Medical Level I Trauma Center Claudio Correia The Man for All Seasons and Beauty ReasonBy Diane Feen Claudio Correia moved to Boca Raton in 1995 and has been creating products and services that fit todays Florida Lifestyle. Correia has worked diligently developing products (and services) that will touch peoples lives. He was formally in the healthcare business, custom made wheelchairs, and he built a state-oftheart rehab center in San Paulo, Brazil. Correia started out as an engineer and after receiving a degree in Brazil, he found his passion in the marketing realm. I started as operations manager for a fashion com pany from Canada that did business in the Middle East. As a matter of fact, we were the first Western company to cross the Eastern Wall, said Correia. While studying in Latin America, Europe and at the Harvard Business School, Claudio expanded and honed his marketing skills so he could make a difference in the world (and its people). Correia is currently the Co-Founder and President of Boca Cosmetics Group, a manufacturer of innovative and quality hair care products. The reason they qualify as life-changing is because they combine natural ingredients such as seeds from the Amazon and Peru to make oils and hair gloss. The gloss has mica in it and comes from the Amazon embankment. Their Argon oil comes directly from Morocco. Correia also devised a way to utilize Apple Stem Cells on hair follicles in 14 days. This way the usage multiplies the follicles and is the most advanced technology on the market. BCGs products con tain natural, exotic ingredi ents from all over the world, including Brazil, Morocco, and Switzerland. Two years ago The Home Shopping Network (HSN) launched Zelo, one of Boca Cosmetics Groups keratin straightening systems. This product is the first of its kind for home use and costs a frac tion of what it would cost in a salon. As a contract manufacturer of several well-recognized brands, Boca Cosmetics has its own line of Olez professional hair care products. This year, BCG introduced the first hair straightening product containing apple-stem cells, which not only straightens hair, but has restorative properties to protect hair for up six months. Boca Cosmetics Group recently opened a state-of-theart training center in Boca Raton. It is there that stylists from around the country come to train and become certified to use and utilize these revolutionary products effectively. Boca Cosmetics Group will continue its path toward launching innovative and quality hair care products in the market. We eagerly antici pate several new products in 2013 that will set the bar even higher to make anyones hair their most beautiful asset. If paradise is here then make sure you learn more about their wonderful products. We guarantee that par adise will look a light bright er when your hair looks silky and sexy, because we all know that when you look beautiful you feel beautiful.


26 -Edition 129 January 10, 2013 through January 16,2013 www.bocaratontribune.comBusiness By Gerald J. Sherman WHAT BUSINESS ARE YOU IN?Social Responsibility Its The Right Thing to Do! We are at a point in our society where helping one another is essential to preserving it. Its the right thing to do! We can look at our schools today and see that the kids are required to do some community service. They are learning early on, that its the right thing to do! Its called Social Responsibility, which concerns itself with individuals, corporations, organizations, governmental entities having a responsibility to our community and society at large. Like private organizations, nonprofits are reaching out to be financially sound and to improve their brand/ image. Getting their word out to their community is a necessity. This is where for profit businesses get the chance to become involved for the good of all. Partnering/sponsoring with a nonprofit has many advantages. It can give the commercial organization the opportunity to both serve the community and receive positive public opinion from this association. This symbiotic relationship can prove to be a benefit for all; the non-profit, the business organization and the public they serve. Sponsoring with a non-profit includes getting the word out about the non-profit. Both smaller and larger non-profit need to get positive public opinion, media attention and help in conducting events in order to raise funds. Their survival depends on getting the word out to their target market. Non-profits like the United Way, Multiple Sclerosis Society, the Red Cross and other large non-profits do employ public relations personnel and advertise but most non-profits try to do PR in house by members or volunteers or relationships with companies that can support their needs. There are always opportunities available to compa nies who wish to be socially responsible and partner with non-profits. Naturally, when a commercial enterprise supports a non-profit it should consider some of the following: community? companys culture, product or service? How active do they want the partner to be? One of the ways of supporting a non-profit is sponsorship of special events. It brings your companys product/service to the attention of the audience. It also enables a company to reach the target audience in a specific geographical area. This partner/ sponsorship program combines local advertising, public relations, promotions and philanthropic activity. Many companies find this cost-effective due to fewer expenses involved in marketing the event. The charitable organiza tion does CO-OP advertising with the commercial company and the charity does all the marketing with the participating companys logo, which is identified with the charitable cause in all the advertisements, mailers and brochures. The company sponsoring an event is assured of an audience that will relate to their target market. The golf-wear manufacturer sponsoring the golf tournament similarly assures that its audience will take notice of its brand and products. The main thing is for companies to be pro-active in working with charitable causes and to make sure they are compatible with the product/service they are marketing. A cause related activity is another way of supporting and becoming ac tive with nonprofits. It gives the commercial company an opportunity to increase their sales and still contribute to their favorite non-profit. It involves the commercial companys contribution to a worthy cause tied into a consumer purchase of their product or service. This cause related activity is an activity or initiative in which an organization or corporation pledges a percentage of its gross sales towards a specific cause or non-profit project. Cause-related ac tivities are an effective means of serving the community. Participating in cause-related activities is fast becoming a popular method. We find more business establishments are interested in this type of activity due to the many public relations opportunities it provides for both the cause and the company. However, the companys contribution is dependent upon the consumer buying the product/service that will benefit the cause. The trend for commercial entities is clear, become active in the community and look to help others. It will pay big dividends in knowing you served. After all, being socially responsible is the right thing to do! Excerpts from the book, Fashion Public Relations, Gerald J. Sherman & Sar S. Perlman. Fairchild Books, a division of Conde Nast Publications. Gerald J. Sherman, MBA, DBA of Sherman & Perlman LLC Public Relations & Marketing is a Boca Ratonbased marketing consultant and author who has written several books and articles on these subjects. jerry@shermanperlman.com http://www.shermanperlman.com 561.715.2788BB&T to be Presenting Sponsor at YMCA Prayer BreakfastBOCA RATON -The YMCA of South Palm Beach County announces BB&T as their presenting sponsor for the 11th Annual Prayer Breakfast event. The Prayer Breakfast will take place Tuesday, March 12 at the Boca Resort and Club from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. It is a morning of fellowship and fun strengthening community while fundraising for the Ys Financial Assistance Program, which allows everyone, regardless of income, the ability to participate in Y programs through scholarships explained Linda Spielmann, chair of the event. We are thrilled to have BB&T, one of the largest financial services holding companies in the U.S., as our presenting sponsor this year, said Richard Pollock, president and CEO of the YMCA of South Palm Beach County. We look forward to partnering with BB&T on future endeavors that will engage the entire community. It is an honor to make this contribution to the Prayer Breakfast, and at the same time help our surrounding communities, said Dale Kahle, Senior Vice President for BB&T Palm Beach County. Part of our mission is to help make the areas we serve better places to live and we think the Prayer Breakfast is a perfect place to start. Additional sponsors for the Prayer Breakfast include: Seagate Hotel & Spa, Ancomp, Baron Graphics, Boca Raton Resort & Club, One Thousand Ocean, Channel 12 News, Orson Whitfield, Oce Printing North America and Sun Sentinel. The Prayer Breakfast is the larg est annual fundraiser for the YMCA of South Palm Beach County, and this year, the keynote speaker is Shannon Miller, a US Olympic gymnast who led the Magnificent Seven to the US Womens firstever Team Gold in 1996. For details, to purchase tickets and for sponsorship opportunities, contact Georgia Rose at 561-2370944. From left, Richard Pollock (President and CEO of YMCA of SPBC), Linda Spielmann (Chairwoman), Dale Kahle (Sr. VP, Area Executive PBC, BBT), Matt Westbrooks (Asst. VP, Business Services Officer, BBT) and Gary Flaks (CFO of YMCA of SPBC).


Edition 129 27for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comJanuary 10, 2013 through January 16,2013Business The Business Development Board of Palm Beach County has named a new roster of executive committee officers and ex-officio board members, including Florida Atlantic University President Mary Jane Saunders. As chief executive officer, Dr. Saunders oversees an institution currently serving 30,000 students at the bachelors, masters, doctoral and postdoc toral levels. With more than 3,000 employees, including 1,200 dedicated faculty members, and an annual operating budget in excess of $600 million, FAU is one of the countys largest employers. In addition to Dr. Saunders, Jona than Satter, principal with WGCompass Realty Companies, a regional realty services firm with offices in south and west Florida, will also serve as an ex-officio member. Satter will represent the Economic Council and also serves as an independent receiver appointed by the civil court system in matters involving real estate assets. Named as Executive Committee members were: Rex Kirby, president and general manager of Suffolk Construction Companys Southeast region. He will be the committee chair. Kirby has also been recognized for his personal professional achievements, having twice received South Florida Business Journals Heavy Hitter honor and its Palm Beach Ultimate CEO award recognizing his leadership, integrity, and commitment to the community. Frank Compiani, office managing partner for McGladrey LLP, who will be vice chair. Compiani has more than 30 years of experience providing audit, accounting and other financial services to middle-market businesses in a variety of industries. Ray Celedinas, president and CEO of Celedinas Insurance Group, who will be the committees treasurer. Founded in 1959, Celedinas Insurance Group is one of the countrys oldest and largest national insurance brokers. Gina Melby, CEO of JFK Medical Center, who will be secretary of the Committee. We are so pleased to add such distinguished and diverse individuals to our executive committee and board. Its a true testament to the success of the BDB that such powerful members of our community are willing to share their expertise and time, said Kelly Smallridge, president and CEO of the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County. FAU President Named to County Business PanelDr. Mary Jane Saunders BOCA RATON -Recent sales at 200 East in downtown Boca show an accelerated growth pattern in the luxury Boca Raton residential real estate market. The luxury condo project in downtown Boca sold nine new residences in the months of October and November with a total price tag of $7 million. Most are scheduled for closing shortly. Market analysis completed by Nestler Poletto Sothebys International Realty with numbers from the Regional Multiple Listing Service indicates a 120 percent increase in the number of sales in Boca Raton as compared to the same period in 2011 for properties valued at $600,000 to $3 million. The summer was a steady time, but the increase since October began has been extremely dramatic, said John Poletto, principal of Nestler Poletto Sothebys International Realty. I believe were going to wrap up 2012 with record sales. According to market numbers provided by the Regional Multiple Listing Service, the average number of days on the market has dropped from 323 days to 237 days, a decrease of nearly 73 percent. At the forefront of this positive sales boom is downtown Boca Raton and buildings like 200 East, said analysts. 200 East has seen an accelerated sales pace well as an increase in the cost per square foot of units being sold as compared to last year. 200 East is now 90 percent occupied. We have had great sales success this season, said Lon Tabatchnick, developer of 200 East. We are completely sold out of certain floor plans, with limited availability of others. Tabatchnick said 200 East has become popular with young professionals who want to work, live and play in the downtown Boca area, as well as families who want a nice place for their kids to live in while attending nearby colleges. 200 East offers twoand three-bedroom residences and townhouses.Boca Ratons 200 East Rings Up $7 Million in Sales in Nine Weeks Legal Ads Call or email us for more information legalnotices@bocaratontribune.com 561 9220313 Place your Legal Ads with us. Notice of action Dissolution of Marriage Adoption Paternity Name Changes Fictitious Names Probate Summons Notice to Creditors Bid Notice Jobs Palm Beach and Broward County Courts special rates available. FORECLOSURES NOT ACCEPTED


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Edition 129 29for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comJanuary 10, 2013 through January 16,2013SportsThe Boca Raton Tribune SportsBy: Pedro HeizerAbby Wambach, the co-captain of the U.S. Womens National Team, has been named the 2012 FIFA Womens World Player of the Year. Wambach, the second American to be named Womens World Player of the year, received the award today at the 2013 FIFA Ballon dOr gala in Zurich, Switzerland, where the worlds governing body for soccer held its annual gala event. Argentinian Lionel Messi of Barcelona, was named the FIFA World Player of the Year for the fourth year in a row. This is the third time an American woman has been named FIFA Womens World Player of the Year following Mia Hamms selection in 2001 and 2002, the first two years the award was presented. Im very, very surprised, said a shocked Wambach after receiving the award. Individual honors only happen if you have great teams and great people who have given you the chance to be here. Not only do I think Marta and Alex could have won, but many other players could have been here as well. Thanks to FIFA, thanks to U.S. Soc cer and thanks to all the fans and my family for putting me in this position. I dont think of myself as the best player in the world, just a player who plays on the best team in the world. Wambach finished first in voting by coaches and captains of womens national teams from around the world. Each ballot allowed the coaches and captains to name their top three players, with a first-place nomination worth five points, and positions two and three rewarded with three points and one point, respectively. Im so happy for Abby for all the work she has put into this team and into the sport, said Alex Morgan. Shes so completely deserving of this award and Im truly happy for her. Shes made such a huge mark on womens soccer over the past decade. Shes an inspirational to not only the thousands of young girls around the country and world, but also to me. Morgan, who scored 28 goals with 21 assists in one of the best scoring years in U.S. history, took third place in the voting and Marta, five-time FIFA Womens World Player of the Year, took second. Together, Wambach and Morgan accounted for 55 goals this past year, tying a record for most goals scored by a duo in U.S. history that was set in 1991 by Michelle Akers (39) and Carin Jennings (16). The contributions Abby Wambach has made to U.S. Soccer and womens sports in general are far-reaching and significant, said U.S. Soccer President Sunil Gulati. Her play on the field during her entire career and her leadership this year in helping capture the gold medal were both inspirational and consistently world-class. As a person and a player, she has represented her country and her teammates for more than a decade with tremendous professionalism. We are extremely happy for Abby and proud that a U.S. player has won such a prestigious award from FIFA for the third time. The 2012 FIFA Womens World Player of the Year and her teammates return to the field on Feb. 9 when the U.S. WNT opens its 2013 schedule against Scotland at EverBank Field in Jacksonville, Fla. The match will kick off at 5 p.m. ET, and broadcast information will be released at a later date. It will be new head coach Tom Sermannis first official match.Abby Wambach wins 2012 FIFA Womens World Player of the YearBy: Pedro HeizerPia Sundhage, who led the USA to the 2012 Olympic gold medal, has been named the 2012 World Coach of the Year for Womens Soccer. Sundhage becomes the first coach of a U.S. team to win the award, which was instituted in 2008. Sundhage finished third in voting for World Coach of the Year in 2008 and second last year behind Japan head coach Norio Sa saki. Sasaki was the runner-up for this years award and Frances Bruno Bini was third. Pia is the not the only great coach in the world, but in my opinion, this year she exemplified what separated her from all the other great coaches, and that was the ability to get her team to come home with the championship, said Abby Wambach of Sundhage. That task is certainly not easy these days. A lot of things have to go right, a lot of your players have to play well and at the end of the day, she was the last coach standing. Her humility and her ability to effectively motivate her players are things Ill never forgot and always be thankful for. Sundhage ended a spectacular fiveyear tenure at the helm of the U.S. team in September of 2012, finishing off her run that included two Olympic gold medals and a second-place finish at the 2011 FIFA Womens World Cup with a rousing 6-2 victory against Australia in Commerce City, Colo. She finished her career as head coach of the USA with an 88-6-10 record, including 20-1-1 this year before she left to take the job as the head coach of the Sweden Womens National Team in her home country. Im so happy for Pia because she sacrificed so much to come to the U.S., put on our crest every day and make us her priority day in and day out, said a thankful Alex Morgan after the awards gala. She gave me my first cap so I feel indebted to her. Going into the Olympics, we definitely wanted to show the world we were number one and Pia really helped us stay positive, stay on track and take the field every game with that positivity and confidence that we could win. At the same time, she was always reminding us to continue to have fun and respect and enjoy the game. She completely deserves this award and we all wish her good luck to her in the future.Pia Sundhage wins 2012 World Coach of the Year for Womens Soccer


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32 -Edition 129 January 10, 2013 through January 16,2013 www.bocaratontribune.com Tribune Sports of Pia Sundhage wins 2012 World Coach of the Year for Womens SoccerSee page 29 See page 29 Former magicJack player/coach, Abby Wambach, wins 2012 FIFA Womens Player of the Year Award