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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.comInternational Polo Club Celebrates Tenth Anniver sarySee page 7CommunitySee page 5 Yea! Students Question Boca Raton Ceos On eir Experiences As A Ceo.BusinessSee page 25 Natalie Cole and Her Sisters at Lynn University ConcertLife & ArtsSee page B1Community Kaye Communications Wins Two Coveted Bernays AwardsBusinessSee page 26 Boca Rotary Honors Five Local Leaders with OPAL Awards Patrick Perry and his grandfather, Edward Fitzgerald reading The Boca Raton TribuneSee page 3 Kings dream still rings loudly in BocaSee page 5 BOCA RATON A wave of marchers swept through Boca Raton to commemorate the life and legacy of slain civil rights leader the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., on Monday. Led by the color guard and marching band from Boca Raton Community High School, an estimated 250 marchers stepped off on their journey from the Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial Site in the 200 block of NE 12th Street and marched along Dixie Highway through Pearl City to Hughes Park, 200 NE 14th St. This is a beautiful day because this is something that Martin Luther King wanted to see blacks, whites, Hispanic, Puerto Ricans all walk together, said Laura Felder, who has been an employee at Florience Fuller Child Care Center for 37 years. He also wanted to see us come together and help one another. Kings dream still rings loudly in Boca


2 -Edition 131 January 24, 2013 through January 30,2013 www.bocaratontribune.com COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Quote of the Week:Therefore dont worry about tomorrow, because tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own. (Matthew 6:34)PAGE TWOThe Boca Raton Tribune Marketing 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 SilvaInternsSamantha Mellman Aaron WeckerMailing AddressP.O. Box 970593 Boca Raton, FL 33497 Boca Raton Fl, 33432 For General Information: 561-536-5443 Fax: 561-208-6008Copyright 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 29 Fifty Five will rise nine stories in Boca Ratons downtown, as the condominium development was approved unanimously by the City Council. Susan Haynie was named Woman of the Year by the South Florida Women in Transportation. CEO of Tyco International Ltd. will receive more than $150 million in compensation, retirement pay and stock payments. ting a check in the mail shortly for $322,500 as part of its yearly Qualified Target Industry Tax Refund Program agreement, an incentive for keeping its headquarters in Palm Beach County and creating new jobs. Former North America President Kevin Peters is now CEO of FleetPride. home price increase topped the U.S. for December, reaching $169,000, a 35% increase compared to December of 2011. hoods are still using septic systems, as the city closes in on the final conversions to sewers. tery tickets. Zryl airs Thursdays at 6 p.m. on www.wrpbitv.com. Friday at the Cinemark and Regal Entertainment Shadowwood theatres are Parker (filmed in Palm Beach County), Movie 43 and Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters. Opening Friday at Movies of Delray and Lake Worth is Royal Affair and Rust and Bones opens at Movies of Lake Worth. net television show features South Tech Academy Motorcycle instructor Tommy Terry, Arts Ga rage production director Pierre Rivard and Sun-Sentinel editorial columnist Kingsley Guy. Watch it on www.barryepstein.com at 10 AM Friday, or any time after that on www.publicrelations.nu, www. bocaratontribune.com, or www. Vimeo.com to win free Cinemark theatre tickets. AN OPTION! Contact Keyes Company/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. sues, or need a website, contact Rich Loeb, www.gilapro.com or 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, call com has outgrown its previous meeting location and now meets at the West Boca Library on 441, just north of Yamato Road on alternate Wednesdays from 5:30 p.m. featuring a newly redesigned website and openings in some categoinformation. mote your business or profession on Barry Epstein Live internet television show, on www.vimeo. com, www.barryepstein.com, www.facebook.com.barryepstein and on the www.bocatribune.com THE COLUMN ON LINE AT WWW.BOCARATONTRIBUNE.COM. Barry Epstein, APR, is a noted public relations, marketing and political consultant based in Boca Raton, president of the 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 on www. bocaratontribune.com and www. publicrelations.nu; His motto is Public Relations is the enemy of anonymity. email: pr@publicrela tions.nu, or fax column items to 561.451.0000. His blog is in the Boca Raton Tribune and on the www.bocaratontribune.com website, on www.facebook.com/BarryEpstein as well as on the SunSentinel/Jewish Journal website at www.floridajewishjournal.com http://barrys-journal.blogspot. com as well as on his website: www.publicrelations.nu.Barrys Buzz


Edition 131 3for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comJanuary 24, 2013 through January 30,2013Community NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune Community News By Dale King and Julia Hebert The Boca Raton Rotary Club honored five community leaders with OPAL (Outstanding People and Leaders) Awards recently for their work in the local area. The 15th annual gala, held Jan. 19 at Boca Pointe Country Club, celebrated the accomplishments of five remarkable individuals who dedicated their life to making Boca Raton a unique place to live, work and raise a family. Honorees also exemplify the Clubs Mission of Changing Lives and Building Futures. The honorees are outstanding leaders in our community and have been instrumental in helping to make Boca Raton a wonderful city for education, business and overall quality of life said co-chair Peter Baronoff, chairman and CEO of Promise Healthcare. The OPAL Awards gala is the Rotary Clubs flagship fund raising event. All the proceeds support scholarships. Honorees were: and CEO of BBC International, for Philanthropic Leadership. Campbell is an avid philanthropist with his passion for Two Ten Footwear Foundation, American Heart Association and other local Boca Raton charities. Leif Ahnell, honored in the category of Civic duty. The certified public accountant, certified public finance officer and certified government finance officer has been Boca Raton CEO since 1999. Kevin Ross, recognized in the field of education. Ross has made significant strides at Lynn University and most recently led the effort to have the university selected as the host site of the final debate of the 2012 presidential campaign. mer, earned the Rotarian Lifetime Achievement Award. The founder of Zimmer Construction Consultants, Zimmer is a registered professional engineer in Florida and the U.S. Virgin Islands and is a certified general contractor. award went to Jay DiPietro, president/COO and general manager at Boca West Country Club for 27 years. DiPietro is a member of the boards for S.O.S. Childrens Village of Florida, Lynn University and Tri County Humane Society. He has been a guest speaker at Harvard School of Business, a past honoree of the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County and a past recipient of National Jewish Humanitarian Award. The event was sponsored by Promise Healthcare, Mummaw Associates, Saffer and Company, Boca Raton Observer Magazine, Boca Raton Resort & Club, Yaacov Heller-Gallery 22, Juicy Results, The Buzz Agency, Casa DAngelo and DAngelo Trattoria.Boca Rotary Honors Five Local Leaders with OPAL Awards


4 -Edition 131 January 24, 2013 through January 30,2013 www.bocaratontribune.comCOMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Community News By Lisa Metcalf FAU Public AffairsFlorida Atlantic Universitys Board of Trustees unanimously named Anthony Barbar as the new chair and Tom Workman as the new vice chair of the Universitys governing board. Both Trustees Barbar and Workman have been wonderful, dedicated leaders within the Board of Trustees. As alumni of this University, they fully understand the important role that FAU plays in all students lives, said FAU President Mary Jane Saunders. I look forward to working with them as we continue to grow FAU and its excellent academic programs. Barbar, of Boca Raton, graduated degree in international business. A chair of the Boards audit and finance committee. I am honored and humbled to have been elected to lead the FAU Board of Trustees, said Barbar, who also served as past president of the FAU National Alumni Association, and is active in many charitable and community orga nizations, including the National Association of Realtors, CoreNet Global, Sheridan House Family Ministries, the Council of 100, and Boca Raton Community Church. This is an exciting time and I look forward to working with President Saunders and her administra tion to keep FAU moving higher. Workman, of Boca Raton, graduated in 1971 with a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from FAUs College of Business. He has served in leadership capacities with the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and on the boards of several banks and various nonprofit organizations. He also has served as president of the FAU National Alumni Association, as treasurer, finance committee chair and executive committee member of the FAU Foundation, and as chair of the Board of Trustees stra tegic planning committee. FAUs BOT governs and sets policies for the University in accordance with the laws of Florida and the policies of the Board of Governors. The trustees are responsible for cost-effec tive policy decisions appropriate to the universitys mission, the implementa tion and maintenance of high-quality education programs, the measurement of performance, the reporting of information and the provision of input regarding state policy, budgeting and education standards. The 13-member board is comprised of six members who are appointed by the governor, five by the Board of Governors, in addition to the student body president and the president of the University Faculty Senate. The gubernatorial and Board of Governors appointees must be confirmed by the Florida Senate.New FAU Board Leadership ElectedAs the tournament roster continues to take shape for the 2013 Allianz Championship, two PGA Champions Tour rookiesNaples resident Rocco Mediate and Australian Steve Elking tonwill take on the field as a celebrated roster of golf legends will descend onto The Old Course at Broken Sound Club from February 4th-10th for the seventh consecutive year in Boca Raton. Tournament week is jam-packed with interactive events within the event before and during championship play with opportunities for up close and personal interaction with pros for golf fans of all ages. As the first in the earlyseason Florida swing, tourna ment play will include 2012 defending champion Corey Pavin, 2011 champion Tom Lehman (2011 and 2012 Charles Schwab Cup seasonlong points race winner), 2010 champion Bernhard Langer, Mark Calcavecchia, Fuzzy Zoeller and more, all vying for the winners share nonprofit Boca Raton Champions Golf Charities (BRCGC) board that oversees tournament operations, financials and distribution of all charitable funds, the Allianz Championship will continue to chip-in net proceeds to benefit the Boca Raton Regional Hospital. In addition to three days of championship play, the Allianz Championship features a Womens Power Breakfast, Clinic & Pro-Am with LGPA legend and eight-time Player of the Year Annika Sorenstam; two days of Executive Pro-Am play pairing participants with PGA pros; a social, power & play opportunity at the Grapes On The Green Golf & Wine Exgreen during second round play; and the popular Saturday Family Day presented by Tommy Bahama. For more tournament information, tickets, premium ticket packages, skybox and VIP seating, Grapes On The Green event tickets, call 561-241-GOLF (4653); lianzchampionship.com. For ProAm registration and sponsorship package opportunities, contact Anthony Greco at 561-241-GOLF (4653) or email agreco@allianzchampionship.com. Follow us at Facebook.com/AllianzChampionship and on Twitter @AllianzChamp. Countdown To The Seventh Annual Allianz Championship In Full Swing Tickets Now On Sale


Edition 131 5for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comJanuary 24, 2013 through January 30,2013Community 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 $ By C. Ron AllenBOCA RATON A wave of marchers swept through Boca Raton to commemorate the life and legacy of slain civil rights leader the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., on Monday. Led by the color guard and marching band from Boca Raton Community High School, an estimated 250 marchers stepped off on their journey from the Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial Site in the 200 block of NE 12th Street and marched along Dixie Highway through Pearl City to Hughes Park, 200 NE 14th St. This is a beautiful day because this is something that Martin Luther King wanted to see blacks, whites, Hispanic, Puerto Ricans all walk together, said Laura Felder, who has been an employee at Florience Fuller Child Care Center for 37 years. He also wanted to see us come together and help one another. I wished he was here today to see this because this is what he wanted and we must keep his dream alive. The observance began at 9 a.m. with a program at the Memorial Site. Among the speakers was Rosanna Gatens, director of the Center for Holocaust and Human Rights Education at Florida Atlantic University. She spoke on nonviolence and human rights and Dr. Kings legacy today. The Rev. Calvin Davis, pastor of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, who was raised in Pearl City, painted an oral history of the community. The festivities continued throughout the day at Hughes Park where several local groups, including the Friendship Praise dancers and St. Joan of Arc Youth Choir, performed. There also was a demonstration from Velocity Martial Arts. One of the highlights was the Avenue D Boys and Girls Choir from Fort Pierce. The choir, which performed in front of the president, has become a staple at MLK observance in recent years. Jana Tift said that Monday was a special day, not only because it was Martin Luther King, Jr. Day but the day of the second inauguration of the nations first black president, Barak Obama. In 1995, the mayor proclaimed MLK Day in Boca Raton. I think it is a wonderful providence that he is being inaugurated on the day that we celebrate Dr. Kings Day, said Tift of Boca Raton. I think Dr. King embodied what our founding fathers had in mind. My parents taught me that all people are created equal and I believe that, and I grew up believing that. Other celebrations of the national holiday in honor of the life and work of the Nobel Prize-winner who would throughout the Tri-City area. Among them were an ecumenical service and a Unity Tea at St. Paul Episcopal Church in Delray Beach, a breakfast by Spady Cultural Heritage Museum on Monday at the citys Golf Club and a march, which culminated in a program at Pompey Park Community Center. The Tea was sponsored by the local chapters of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, of which King was a member. The ecumenical service, march and program were coordinated by the MLK Committee.Kings dream still rings loudly in BocaJana Tift, in blue t-shirt, shares her umbrella with Laura Felder during the Martin Luther King, Jr., march along Dixie Highway on Monday. Photo by C. Ron Allen More Photos on B5


6 -Edition 131 January 24, 2013 through January 30,2013 www.bocaratontribune.comCOMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL By Skip Sheffield Photos by Mike GoraThey still have polo fields and horses boarded at Royal Palm Polo Club in Boca Raton. In fact polo is still played there thanks to Joey Casey, an ardent player who leased the grounds from the Oxley family. Casey organizes play and gives polo lessons. However, polo at its highest level: high-goal professional polo, ended at Royal Palm Polo Club at the end of the in Boca Raton more than 50 years. The so-called Sport of Kings continues to be played, and at a higher lever than ever, at the International Polo Club Palm Beach in Wellington, west of Lake Worth. The tenth anniversary season of high-goal IPC play began Jan. 6 with an opening coin toss by the Perfect Ten herself, ac tress and avid equestrian Bo Derek. At International Polo Club Palm Beach you can see polo played at the highest level of excellence anywhere in America. This sea son all eight of the worlds 10-goal (highest-ranked) players will compete in Wellington. Playing at IPC are the seven top players from Argentina as well as David Pelon Stirling from Uruguay and Americas highestrated player (9 goals), Julio Arellano. It has taken a great deal of dedica tion and hard work to get where we are today, commented IPC club president, John Wash. We continue to attract not only the top players from around the globe, but we have managed to attract and keep the top polo tournaments in North America. Polo tournaments at IPC are played every Sunday, with gates opening at 2 p.m. at 3667 120th Ave. South, Wellington. Play begins at 3 p.m. Polo is ancient (more than 2,500 years) and a uniquely beautiful sport. It is a perfect union of human and horse. It is played at death-defying speed and with breathtaking agility on thoroughbred ponies that are not afraid to mix it up and rumble. There is a definite component of danger in polo. Doctors and emergency vehicles are kept on call. Popular polo enthusiast and high-goal player Summerfield Skeeter Johnston III suc cumbed to injuries April 4, 2007 at Delray Beach Medical Center. The injuries resulted from a match played at Wellington. The Johnstons family devotion to the game of polo is such that Skeeters sister Gillian Johnston continues to play for the Coca-Cola team, which won the first game of the 2013 season. Competition for the Joe Barry Cup continues through Feb. 24. The Ylvisaker Cup, named for Palm Beach Polo and Country Club and Polo Training Foundation founder Bill Ylvisaker, is played Feb. 3-24, with a special 40-goal Outback Challenge mounted Feb. 16. March is prime time for polo at IPC, with the United States Polo Association (USPA) C.V. Whitney 26-goal match March 3 and the USPA Piaget Gold Cup 26-goal competition march 10, 17 and 24 and the USPA 109th Maserati US Open Polo Championship March 31. The USPA Maserati 109th US Open Polo Championship continues April 7, 14 and 21. There is a definite social component to polo. One tradition shared by most polo clubs is the communal divot stomp performed by viewers at half time. Not only does it serve a practical purpose of leveling the playing field after it has been scarred by horses hoofs, it is a chance to rub elbows with some of the rich, famous and not-so-famous. You can see more beautiful and fashionable women and handsome, dapper men at IPC than any comparable sporting event. In Wellington you may want to visit the National Museum of Polo and Hall of Fame, 9011 Lake Worth Road, Wellington. Admission is free and the number is 561-969-3210. I feel the future of polo in Wellington is quite bright, says Horace Laffaye, a museum volunteer, author and polo authority in the USA and the UK. People have poured so many millions of dollars into IPC it would make no sense to back off now. When polo is played at this level, people have deep pockets. For more information call 561-204Club.com. The web site is updated daily. International Polo Club Celebrates Tenth Anniversary


Edition 131 7for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comJanuary 24, 2013 through January 30,2013COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Boca Raton Deputy Mayor Susan Haynie has been selected Woman of the Year by South Florida Women in Transportation (SFWTS). With over 30 years of experience in transporta tion, development and governance, Susan is a recognized leader in Florida. She strongly believes that investment in transportation at all levels of government is the key to improving our states economic condition and that enhancing mobility is a quality of life issue. Susan is one of South Floridas most influential municipal officials who has had a key role in advancing transportation policy and legislation that is favorable to our region. We are honored to give this award to such a deserving woman in our local industry. She has done a tremendous amount for our region in transporta tion and supporting womens professional advancement. Ms. Haynie strives daily to give back to the community. She has been blessed with the gift of service and has devoted her life to do just that. She has played various roles in shaping the Boca Raton community, Palm Beach County, and also the Miami Urbanized region, said Jessica Josselyn, SFWTS President. Susan Haynie is a Florida native and a 40-year resident of Boca Raton. She is a graduate of Lynn University and holds certification in Traffic Engineering Studies from Georgia Institute of Technology and Northwestern University. Susan is also a Florida licensed General Contractor and Community Association Manager. A dedicated role model for women, Susan is a committed leader promoting transportation in Florida. She currently serves as Chair, Palm Beach Metropolitan Planning Organization; Palm Beach County Representative, South East Florida Transportation Council; Vice Chair, Florida Metropolitan Planning Organization Advisory Council Governing Board; Board Member, Florida League of Cities Board of Directors; Transportation/Intergovernmental Relations Board, Florida League of Cities; Board Member, Palm Beach County League of Cities; Chair, Transportation Committee, Palm Beach County League of Cities, Palm Beach County Intergovernmental Coordination Program, Southeast Florida Coastal Ocean Task Force. As Woman of the Year for the South Florida Chapter, Susan Haynie will be considered by WTS International for the International awards.Susan Haynie named Woman of the Year by Major Transportation Group COMMUNITY BRIEFS Panera Bread to Donate Money From Soup Sales to Cancer ResearchThe SOUPer Bowl is back! Panera Bread and The Pap Corps are teaming up again to fight cancer. Between Jan. 27 and Feb. 3, Panera Bread will donate $1 for every bowl of soup sold at any of its 26 bakery-cafs in Palm Beach and Broward counties to The Pap Corps. This campaign will raise funds for and increase awareness of The Pap Corps, Champions for Cancer Research, the largest all-volunteer organization thats dedicated solely to fund cancer research. Since 1952, it has donated more than $43 million to Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine. Sylvester handles more than 1,500 in-patient admissions annually, performs more than 2,400 surgical procedures, and treats nearly 4,000 new cancer patients. We are so excited to once again have Panera Bread host the SOUPer Bowl for our organization, said Sheila Alper, co-vice president of fundraising for The Pap Corps. Last year, Paneras soup sales over seven days produced a donation of $9,500 for cancer research at Sylvester, South Floridas only university-based cancer center. Bowls of soup are available for both dine-in and take-out orders but exclude You Pick Two selections. For more information on The Pap Corps, visit www.papcorps.org or call Free Shredding Offered to Boca ResidentsResident are invited to a free shredding event on Saturday, Jan. 26 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at the Town Center Mall, 6000 West Glades Road. The event for Boca Raton residents only and no businesses will be in the northwest corner of the Sears parking lot. Records and documents that can be shredded at the event, which is sponsored by the Boca Raton Police Services Department and Microshred Corporation, include financial records and anything that contains personal information. The material will be safely destroyed in an industrial shredder provided by Microshred Corporation. Microshred representatives will also destroy residents computer hard drive(s) at $10 each. The fee must be paid to Microshred. The hard drive must be removed from the computer prior to arrival. Officers from the BRPDs Crime Prevention Unit will provide advice and tips for identity theft prevention. Shredding documents is a key step in identity theft prevention. Residents are encouraged to buy a quality cross cut shredder and to shred all documents that contain any personal information. For additional information, contact the Boca Raton Police Department Crime Prevention Unit at 561-347caPolice.com.Transportation Group Names Susan Haynie Woman of the YearSouth Florida Women in Transportation has selected Boca Raton Deputy Mayor Susan Haynie as its Woman of the Year. With more than 30 years experience in transportation, development and governance, Haynie is a recognized leader in Florida, according to a news release. She has done a tremendous amount for our region in transportation and supporting womens professional advancement, said Jessica Josselyn, SFWTS President. Ms. Haynie strives daily to give back to the community. She has been blessed with the gift of service and has devoted her life to do just that. She has played various roles in shaping the Boca Raton community, Palm Beach County, and also the Miami Urbanized region. A graduate of Lynn University, Haynie holds certification in Traffic Engineering Studies from Georgia Institute of Technology and Northwestern University. The 40-year resident of Boca Raton is also a Florida licensed General Contractor and Community Association Manager. She chairs the Palm Beach Metropolitan Planning Organization, is the Palm Beach County representative on the South East Florida Transportation Council and is vice chair of the Florida Metropolitan Planning Organization Advisory Council Governing Board.Seniors Invited to Croquet EventsAre you 50 years or older and enjoy a game of croquet? If so, the City of Delray Beach is ac cepting registration for its senior croquet games. Participants do not have to be Delray Beach residents. Pre-registration deadline is 5 p.m. Feb.1. Late registration ends Feb 13. This fee entitles you to play in two other sports if you chose. See www.fla sports.com. Winners will be awarded medals. Breakfast, which is included in the pey Park, 1101 NW 2nd St. Registration forms are available at the National Croquet Center. For more information, contact John Wilson, Monday Wednesday, 561Saturday at ext. 3. There is no online registration.


8 -Edition 131 January 24, 2013 through January 30,2013 www.bocaratontribune.com EDITORIAL By C. Ron Allen 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 Interim Editor Managing Editor Online Edition Editor Social Media Software Engineer Customer Service may be Back in BusinessWho said the days were gone when customer service was part of the hospitality you received at a bank, a gas station or the grocery store? While that certainly was the case a few years ago, I have noticed a change in attitudes recently as the workforce; in particular, the private sector becomes more saturated with professionals. My feelings were reinforced recently when I visited a bank and I was greeted with a cordial Good morning and welcome. The personal banker was kind enough to inform me that I could save on the cost of a cashiers check if I opened a savings account. Another employee offered me a cup of water. For a minute, I wondered what was going on because that is a far cry from my frequent experiences at other financial institutions. In all fairness, I must say that is the personalized attention I have grown to expect from my credit union. It is encouraging to see how customer service has come full circle since I began banking at Cartaret Bank, the precursor to Chase, Washington Mutual and Great Western, some 27 years ago. Thats when tellers knew your name once you walked through the door and you could still conduct business even if you forgot your passbook at home. Kudos to Lovetta Harmon, the branch manager and vice president, who came over and introduced herself to me. We conversed for about 3-5 minutes about my profession and my previous life as a member of the armed forces. And she appeared genuine. An organization generally is a reflection of its leader. Which brings me to my next point. I had the honor of attending several observances of Martin Luther King Jr. Day this past weekend in Delray Beach and Boca Raton. And unlike previous years, there was not the pack of aspiring politicians jockeying for votes before the March municipal elections. On Sunday, I attended the Ecumenical Service at St. Paul Episcopal Church in Delray Beach where the Rev. Chip Stokes did a fantastic job in laying out the dangers of handgun in the wrong hands. He pointed out that above all, he is convinced that if Dr. King were alive today, had his life not been cut short by an assassins bullet from a high powered rifle, he would decry this nations obsession with guns and our complacency about gun violence. Our nations obsession with guns has now become a form of idolatry gunolatry, he said. Stokes, who is highly respected in the community, said he is confident that, were he alive today, had he not been viciously murdered by a white man armed with a high powered hunting rifle, Dr. King would be leading us all in marches and demonstrations to our states capitals, to our nations Capital, encouraging us to inundate our political leaders city, state and federal with phone calls, e-mails and letters, urging, demanding, meaningful, serious gun reform in this country. And he did something I have not heard any member of the clergy said before: I have used the Grandmother Remembers book for all 10 of our grandchildren. I even bought an extra one, just in case. Our oldest grandchild is now 27 and she has presented us with our first great-grandchild. I am wondering if there is a book for my Great-grandchild? These books are a treasure for all of us and I even did one for a widowed uncle who had only one grandchild as a living relative. She was eight at the time and now is in her 30s. Blessings, Marilyn Held The time has come. the time is long past overdue.People of faith -Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindu, Buddhist, Sikh -must stand up to the NRA, must stand up to the gun manufacturers and gun lobbyists, must stand up to gunolatry, gun-idolatry, he said. Sadly today, where these issues are concerned, time and money is being used more effectively by people of ill-will than by people of good-will. The full text and video can be found at http:// www.stpaulsdelray.org/ Sermons/Sermons. Text/2013-01-20_Sermon_WHS_MLKJr.pdf


Edition 131 9for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comJanuary 24, 2013 through January 30,2013 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. What Edition Of Your Life Are You Living? By Douglas HeizerTHOUGHTS FROM THE PUBLISHER A Solution Better Than Butting HeadsHere is a great column by Robert Tamasy that goes hand-in-hand with the column I shared with all of you last week. Hope you enjoy! Last weeks Monday Manna looked at consequences of submitting to the insistent demands of our egos, doing whatever is nec essary to ensure getting what we desire. Recently I came across an illustration from nature that demonstrates the virtues of very different behavior. The story comes from Ulrich Zwingli, a leader of the Protestant Reformation in Switzerland in the early 1500s. He and Martin Luther, the catalyst for the Reformation, were locked in a serious dispute, and Zwingli was at a loss in trying to resolve the conflict. He found the solution one morning while gazing at the side of a mountain. He observed two goats approaching each other on a narrow path on the mountainside, one going up and the other going down. Upon seeing one another they stopped, then lowered their heads. It appeared they were about to charge each other. However, instead of butting heads, the goat ascending the mountain lay down on the path. The descending goat was able to step over the others back, and the animals were able to proceed unimpeded. If the goats had chosen to butt heads, one may have prevailed. But the result might also have been disastrous for both. So one bowed before the other, in effect humbling itself, which eventually enabled it to advance higher. How often do we see instances in the business and professional world of two or more people fixed on their goals and objectives, determined to not let anything stand in their way? When they do encounter opposition, they insist on butting heads, battling to a bitter and sometimes bloody conclusion. But consider the lesson Zwing li learned from the goats. One of them deferred briefly to the other, leading to a win-win outcome. Would not this approach have merit for resolving workplace conflicts? This principle finds ample support in the Bible. Here are some of the things it has to say: Go lower to get higher. Being willing to defer to the interests of another should not be one-sided. Both benefit when they are willing to submit or be subject to one another. Just as a submarine goes under water, submitting or being subject to others means intentionally putting oneself under another. Submit to one another out of reverence for Christ (Ephesians 5:21). Superiors and subordinates should yield to one another. The customary business model is for superiors to exert their authority over those that report to them, but the best leaders are ones having the interests of their employees at heart. Slaves (employees), obey your earthly masters with respect and fear, and with sincerity of heart, just as you would obey Christ. And masters (superiors), treat your slaves (employees) in the same way. Do not threaten them, since you know that he who is both their Master and yours is in heaven (Ephesians 6:5-9). Work with an attitude of humility toward coworkers and to God. Rather than demanding your desires, relating humbly toward others can win their good favor and support. Be submissive to those who are olderclothe yourselves with humility toward one another (1 Peter 5:5-6). God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble. Submit yourselves, then, to God (James 4:6-7). Until next week! Robert J. Tamasy is vice president of communications for Leaders Legacy, Inc., a non-profit corporation based in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A. A veteran of more than 35 years in professional journalism, he is the author of Business At Its Best: Timeless Wisdom from Proverbs for Todays Workplace (River City Press) and has coauthored with David A. Stoddard, The Heart of Mentoring: 10 Proven Principles for Developing People to Their Fullest Potential (NavPress). For more informa tion, see www.leaderslegacy.com or www.rivercitypress.net.Although you have only one life to live, I firmly believe that every human being goes through several editions in the construction of that life in the world. The home environment, the training received, the personal interactions leading to new acquaintances and to long-term friendships, are all significant factors in making who you are becoming. Find your passion and develop it! And here is the key: humans are in the process of perpetual becoming. The fast pace at which life is lived today, and the manifold, varied experiences one faces all the time, are contributing fac tors in making you who you are at any given moment. Sometimes personal preferences will lead you in a certain posture for quite some time. Your unique presenta tion of self to friends and acquaintanc es will also elicit varied responses from people you trust and whose opinions you respect. All this, besides other factors, will cause you to choose one of the many editions of your life as the preferred one for an event, a new encounter, and the enormous variety of appearances you have to make before different seg ments of society. I never forget a phrase from T.S. Eliot in one of his poems, where he assures, There will be time, there will be time to prepare a face to meet the faces we shall meet. Although each individual remains the same internally, ones exteriority can vary depending on the circumstances of the moment, how one feels at a particular situation, and what is expected of you in terms of appearance, action, reaction and additional factors in a variety of settings and occasions! Thats what I mean by an edition of your life which you may choose to project, be that for a moment, for a day, a week, or a much lengthier period of time. You always remain the same but you project that which may make you feel better, as well as fit the particular situation you are in! As a pre-Socratic philosopher from Greece suggested so very long ago, people never step into the same river twice, because each time one goes into a river, the waters are not the same since they are constantly moving, and other conditions of the river have equally been altered. In the same fashion, one never meets the same person twice because all the experiences acquired since the previous encounter, all the new thoughts permeating ones mind, and ones frame of mind has greatly changed. The key elements for all to consider are that, as life goes on, we should not merely allow it to happen to us; theres much that we can do to improve our lot continually, making us better each new day than we were the day before. Seeking wisdom from God and with personal determination, this is a good path to follow, a meaningful and necessary adventure throughout your earthly tra jectory!


10 -Edition 131 January 24, 2013 through January 30,2013 www.bocaratontribune.com COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL BOCA RATON TRIBUNE WORSHIP DIRECTORYFirst Congregational Church of Boca Raton 251 SW 4th Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33432 Phone: 561-395-9255 E-mail: office@churchofboca.org Website: www.churchofbocaraton.org Pastor: Tom Lacey Sunday Worship Service: 10:00AM and Sunday School for all ages St. Pauls Lutheran Church and School 701 West Palmetto Park Road Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-395-0433 Website: www.stpaulboca.com Center for Spiritual Living Boca Raton 2 SW 12 Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-368-8248 Website: Somboca.com Frontline Christian Center 901 W. Palmetto Park Rd Boca Raton FL 33486 561-706-5801 Website: www.frontlinechristiancenter.net First Baptist Church of Boca Raton 2350 Yamato Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-994-4673 Website: www.fbcboca.org Congregation Shirat Shalom PO Box 971142 Boca Raton, FL 33497 Services at Olympic Heights High School School at Loggers Run Middle School 561-488-8079 Website: www.shiratshalom.org Rabbi David Degani and Cantor Lee Degani Boca Glades Baptist Church 10101 Judge Winikoff Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33428 561-483-4228 Website: www.bocaglades.org Advent Lutheran Church and School 300 E. Yamato Road Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-395-3632 Website: www.adventboca.org To have your church listed in the Boca Raton Tribune Worship Directory... Send your information to our mailing address at: Boca Raton Tribune, PO Box 970593, Boca Raton, FL 33497


Edition 131 11for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comJanuary 24, 2013 through January 30,2013 Divorce Florida StyleBy Mike Gora ColumnistsThe Boca Raton Tribune HOME SCHOOLMichael 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. Q: We have twin girls. We lived in another state until the girls were in second grade. We then moved to Boca Raton, so that I could take a job offer, a significant advancement in my career. My, wife, who had been teaching elementary school in our old home state, looked into public elementary school education in our neighborhood. She was not happy about what she found. We cannot afford a private school. She suggested home schooling the children. I am against it, and told her so. I didnt want the girls to grow up and be educated without having the benefit of having to deal with other children of the same age, and teachers who were not their parents. We compromised. We agreed that the girls could be home schooled, through fifth grade, but would go to a public middle school, and high school when the time came. Our agreement was not written. Our daughters have completed fifth grade for the 2012-2013 school year. My wife and I are going through a divorce, in which I filed the petition. She has, conveniently forgotten our verbal agreement, and insists that she be allowed to continue home schooling, at least through middle school, and, perhaps, high school, which I do not want her to do. Can the judge in our divorce case address this issue? A: Your childrens best interests must be taken into consideration by the judge. That consideration will, if properly raised by the pleadings, include the school issues. If your petition for dissolution of your marriage does not specifically raise this issue, your lawyer should file an amended petition. If your petition did not raise the issue but your wifes counterpetition did, that would be sufficient once you denied her request in your answer to her counter-petition. Since your daughters are half way through fifth grade, the judge will have time to decide what happens next, before your girls are ready to enter middle school, next fall. Your attorney and your wifes counsel will have to be prepared to put on a case that addresses either of the judges choices. The judge can either make a choice between the public middle school and home schooling based upon an evaluation of the success of the home schooling verses the quality of the middle school available in your neighborhood. The State of Florida grades the schools through the FCAT process. Testing is available for children being home schooled. If the judge goes in that direc tion he, or she, may want the decision to cover high school as well, unless you and your wife can agree on that issue in advance. The judge is going to look for a way to end the case that will not bring it back into court after three years, for a high school determination. The second alternative available to the judge would be to delegate to one of you, total control over all educational matters, even though you will have shared parental responsibility on other matters. You or your wife would, under such a final judgment, not be required to consult or agree with the other on any further school decisions. There is no way to accurately predict which method the judge will use. Your wife may have an edge, as a schoolteacher. However, if progress tests show that your children under perform public school children in progress tests, you may be the parent selected to make the decisions. It would be wise to have private and/or public testing, or both given to you daughters, as soon as possible, so that this issue can be intelligently litigated and discussed when you sit down with your attorneys and a mediator.How To Confront A CrisisFAITHBy Rick Warren There is a humorous story about a woman that won a huge fortune in a state-run lottery. Upon receiving the news, she called home to her live-in boyfriend and told him, I have just won the lottery! Start packing! Her boyfriend replied, Thats fantastic! Should I pack for warm or cold weather? She answered without emotion, I dont care just as long as you are out of the house by the time I get home! That man had a crisis! And that is the way many crises are they arrive totally unexpected, finding us completely unprepared for dealing with them. Like it or not, unexpected crises are a part of life. And at this exact moment you are in one of three phases: Either you just got out of a crisis; you are in a crisis right now; or you are headed into a crisis. There is a fascinating story of a shipwreck in the New Testament of the Bible (Acts 27), from which we can glean three timeless insights for crisis management that you can apply directly to your business: DETERMINE THE REA SON. Ask yourself, What is really the reason behind this crisis? The cause is often deeper than what appears on the surface. In the case of the shipwreck recounted by the apostle Paul in the book of Acts, three reasons are cited: (1) They listened to bad advice; (2) they followed popular opinion, and (3) they relied on circumstances rather than what they knew was the right thing to do. If you are having difficulty sorting out the reason for a crisis try praying about it. King David of Israel wrote, I tried to think this problem through but it was too difficult for me until I went into Your DETERMINE THE RESULT. Second, ask yourself, What can I learn from this? Every crisis is an opportunity to enlarge my perspec tive, sharpen my skills, and develop my character. DETERMINE YOUR RESPONSE. And third, ask yourself: What is the best way to respond to this? Regardless of what else you do, your response should include three elements: rarely solve a problem by ignoring it. It probably will not be easy, but God will be with you if you ask Him for strength. you brought this crisis on yourself, admit it and ask forgiveness. Do not make excuses, and do not shift blame to others. Accepting responsibility is a mark of genuine leadership and emotional maturity. in the Bible there are more 7,000 promises from God to help you? They are like blank checks waiting to be filled in. What are you waiting on? If you do not know the Bible very well, ask a friend who does to help in finding a promise that applies to your situation. God makes one such promise in Philippians 4:6-7, where He tells us, Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. 2012, Purpose Driven Life. All rights reserved. Adapted from a column by Dr. Rick Warren, author of numerous books, including the highly acclaimed, The PurposeDrive Life, which has been translated into many languages worldwide. It affirms the importance of a carefully considered, clearly expressed purpose to guide everyday life. It has been named one of the 100 Christian books that changed the 20th Century.


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Edition 131 B1Section B January 24, 2013 through January 30,2013www.bocaratontribune.com Boca Life & ArtsBloody Good Fun at The BBC MurdersENTERTAINMENT See page B2 The Boca Raton Tribune B Section B Boca Life & Arts See page B3LIVELY ENGLISH TAP AND BEER GARDEN FOOD REVIEWBy Skip SheffieldNatalie Cole joins her younger sisters Casey and Timolin of Boca Raton for the third annual Generations concert March 1 at Wold Performing Arts Center at Lynn University. The event benefits Nat King Cole Generation Hope, a non-profit organization foundeducation. The Cole twins grew up in Los Angeles immersed in music. They were only 3-and-a-half years old when their famous father died in 1965 at age 45, but because singer Nat King Cole was so beloved his musical contemporaries often visited. Duke Ellington introduced us to piano, reveals Casey. Im sad to say we didnt stick with it. We dreaded lessons with our teacher, admits Timolin. But our house was always filled with wonderful music. Ella Fitzgerald, Harry Belafonte and John Williams were all good friends. Casey and Timolin were reunited in Boca Raton a little over ten years ago when they relocated here. When they learned of budget cuts in public schools affecting the artsspecifically musicthey decided to start a foundation dedicated to musical education while perpetuating the memory of their father. Since its inception, Nat King Cole Generation Hope has dispersed more than $66,000 benefiting more than 5,000 children with the greatest need and fewest resources in Palm Beach, Broward and Dade Counties. This past July, the Cole Foundation partnered with Lynn University to sponsor a first summer strings camp. Some of the 105 graduates of that camp will perform at the March 1 concert. It seems when budget cuts are being made, strings are always the first to go, says Timolin. We were so fortunate to be able to partner with Lynn University and their Conservatory of Music. Dr. Jon Robertson has been wonderful. It is so gratifying when kids are able to see what they can do. Some of these kids didnt know if they could play in an orchestra. The success of the strings camp was tempered with the sorrow of the passing of the Cole sisters beloved mother Maria Cole just three days before the finale concert of the week-long camp. Natalie came to Boca when our mother passed, and she was able to see what we are doing with the founda tion, said Casey. Thats when we began making plans to have Natalie fea tured at our next benefit concert. She supports us fully. Natalie Cole is also performing at Broward Center and Kravis Center, but the Boca Raton concert is an up-close and personal exclusive. The event begins at 7 p.m., at which time audience members can see items on display for a silent auction. These include a portrait of Nat King Cole by Salvatore Principe, a vintage handbag from Maria Coles wardrobe, and limited edition signed prints of the artists who performed and recorded We Are the World. VIP tickets are $350, which includes premium seating, an open bar at the Celebrity Cruises pre-concert reception, a meet-and-greet with performers and a dessert reception. Donor tickets are $150 and include priority seating and two drinks. General admission seats are $75. Call Lynn University box office at 561-237-9000 or Nat King Cole Geninfo@natkingcolefoundation.org.Natalie Cole and Her Sisters at Lynn University Concert


January 24, 2013 through January 30,2013www.bocaratontribune.com B2 Edition 131 Section BBoca Life & Arts Entertainment Skip SheffieldBloody Good Fun at The BBC MurdersBocas biggest blues blast ever, the SBloody good fun is afoot through Feb. 3 at Parker Playhouse in Fort Lauderdale. Agatha Christies The BBC Murders is part history lesson, part variety show, and wickedly good fun throughout. The BBC Murders marks the return of longtime South Florida theater impresario Zev Bufman to the local scene. Bufman produced Broadway-caliber theater for three decades starting before Parker Playhouses grand opening in 1967. Bufman pulled out all the stops for opening night of The BBC murders, with the Fort Lauderdale Highlanders bagpipers, vintage British cars, and costumed period British characters mingling about the opening reception. The production is based on actual BBC radio scripts dating back as far as 1937, adapted by Judith Walcutt and David Ossman. The set-up is Dame Agatha contemplating writing her autobiography at age 75 in 1965. The Christie character is played by Melinda Peterson, a Los Angeles-based actress who has been seen in a number of South Florida productions. The large cast is a mix of talented local professionals and Broadway, TV and road show professionals Bufman has worked with before. Top-billed Gary Sandy is best-known for his role of Andy Travis in WKRP in Cincinnati, but he has appeared in more than 100 theatrical productions worldwide. His characters in this show are either pompous, lecherous or both, Phil Proc tor was first known as a founder member of the innovative Firesign Theatre comedy troupe. His extensive credits include co-starring with Bob Cummings 50 years ago at Parker. Richard Fish has worked in audio theater since 1970. Leslie Staples was classically trained in London and is a veteran of the British stage. Angie Radosh is a familiar face to South Florida audiences, as is Elizabeth Dimon. Younger players include Alex Jorth, Orson Ossman, Christopher Swan, Amy Walker and the multi-talented ingnue, Cassie Post. The first piece is Butter in a Lordly Dish, first performed by the BBC Jan. the title is a biblical quote (Judges 5:25) which figures in a plot of murder most foul. The Bible was a frequent source of inspiration for Dame Christie, as were old nursery rhymes. It was Three Blind Mice that inspired Christies most successful play, The Mousetrap, which is the longest-running play running play in history. The original was first performed May 30, 1947, and we see it in its entirety. Part of the fun of BBC Murders is its recreation onstage of a live radio studio, with Tony Brewer and Lauren Allison twisting dials and making sound effects. Zev Bufman says The BBC Murders is a trial balloon for possibly more shows at the beautiful but under-used Parker Playhouse. I hope the public supports this new venture. Tickets are $26.50-$66.50 and may be reserved by calling 954-462-0222. Idealism and Hot Romance in The Royal Affair Set in1766, The Royal Affair is the true story of the childish, eventually mad Danish King Christian VII (MikkelBoe Folsgaard) and his young, headstrong, lonely Queen Caroline Mathilda (Alicia Vikander) and Johann Friedrich Struensee (Mads Mikkelson), hired as the royal physician and advisor, but evolving into something much more, including lover of the Queen and fomenter of a democratic revolution. Royal Affair is a ripping good romance and tale of political intrigue in a time when royalty ruled as absolute despots. It is never dull, visually beautiful and often quite sensual, with a poignant, bittersweet finale. Three stars


Edition 131 B3Section B January 24, 2013 through January 30,2013www.bocaratontribune.com Boca Life & ArtsLIVELY ENGLISH TAP AND BEER GARDEN Food Review Marc Kent With 77 comfort food items on the menu this is no ordinary pub. Try any of the 16 appetizers that are imaginative and be rewarded with fine tasting dishes. We sampled crispy battered calamari with cherry peppers and served with salsa and chipotle aioli and a light spice bite. The ceviche had bass, shrimp and scallops marinated in lime for a cool, crisp taste. We tasted a great lobster mac and cheese five cheeses with tender macaroni plus Maine lobster meat it was outstanding. The braised little neck clams, steamed with applewood bacon and vermouth, had an unusual and light taste we appreciated. Well try other appetizers at our next visit. 5 sliders are listed and we loved the seared ahi tuna slider which was grilled with seaweed salad, wasabi mayo and sweet soy... a superior treat. Turning to the list of soups and salads we had a delicious French onion soup, rich with slow cooked caramelized onions and a melted provolone crown. Tomato bisque is offered along with a prime rib beef chili and 9 other salads. The Caesar salad had the romaine shards in an excellent cream dressing with garlic croutons and parmesan cheese very nice! menu. Will report on these in the future. Pub favorites presented included Shepherds Pie beef and pork ragu with creamy corn and cheddar mashed potatoes for a unique and delicious taste a very filling portion. The baby back ribs were slow cooked with the house seasoning and basted with a whiskey BBQ sauce for a sweet taste to these tender ribs. The fish and chips featured a haddock filling, nicely battered and crispy with their steak fried and cole slaw. There was a gentle taste to the fish and a large portion as well. We note 3 steak versions and 4 pasta versions will sample them another time. This evening the daily specials numbered 5 items at reduced prices. Among these were a snapper Florentine and a buffalo chicken mac and cheese. P.S. Were pleased to note a kids menu with 6 choices available. From 4:00pm 7:00pm the happy hour menu offers price on draft beers, wines by the glass and select liquors. There are 3 levels of reduced pricing for some 15 appetizersa bargain! The wine list has 30 selections by bottle or glass, 5 house wine choic es and some 17 creative specialty drinks. Their tap beers include both domestic and imported brews. There is a lively bar and dinner crowd enjoying food at reasonable pricing. English Tap Beer Garden is located at 5050 Town Center Circle fun placeso go and enjoy! bocaratontribune.comMaestro of The Movies Concert Palm Beach Pops February 4-8January 17, 2013 West Palm Beach, FL) Bob Lappin and The Palm Beach Pops will celebrate the worlds most Oscar nominated film composer, John Williams, who created many of the twentieth centurys most recognizable popular muthe orchestra for a celebration of this great contemporary film composer and hear the familiar themes from blockbuster movies such as Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Superman, ET, Jurassic Park and more. The Palm Beach Pops will explore the prolific film composers most epic scores and magical themes from the unparalleled fanfare of Star Wars to the quietly gorgeous moments of Jurassic Park, the program encompasses both instantly recognizable melodies and moments of lush orchestral power. Concerts for The Palm Beach Pops begin February 4th and 6th at the Carole and Barry Kaye Performing Arts Center at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, February 5th at the Eissey Campus Theatre at Palm Beach State College in Palm Beach Gardens and at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach. Tickets start at just $29 and are available 7677 or visiting www. palmbeachpops.org. Kravis Center West Palm Beach & Eissey Campus Theatre TickFAU Kaye Performing Arts Auditorium Boca Raton Also purchase online at www. palmbeachpops.org Coming Up Next: Clint Holmes Debuts his brand new concert, The Music of James Taylor, Billy Joel, Elton John, Paul Simon & More February 25, 26 at Kravis March 3 at Eissey.Palm Beach Opera presents Iphignie en Tauride by Christoph Willibald Gluck as the first performance of the 2013 One Opera in One Hour series on Friday, January 25, 2013 at 7:30 PM at the Harriet Himmel Theater in CityPlace. Admission is free and no tickets are required. More information is available at www.pbopera.org or by calling the Palm Beach Opera Box OfThis concert is the first of the 2013 season of One Opera in One Hour events which feature Palm Beach Operas Young Artists performing one hour abridged versions of operatic works with musical highlights and pia no accompaniment. Iphignie en Tauride (Iphigenia in Tauris), based on the Greek myth about a priestess facing the aftermath of her familys violent history, is often considered the culmination of Glucks life ambition to achieve a perfect union of music and drama.Palm Beach Opera Presents Free Community Performance at CityPlace


January 24, 2013 through January 30,2013www.bocaratontribune.com B4 Edition 131 Section BBoca Life & Arts S P O T L I G H T Florida Atlantic Universitys Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicines inaugural Your Medical School Celebration honoring Barbara and Dick Schmidt recently took place at The Royal Palm Yacht Club in Boca Raton. (left to right) Bonnie Kaye, Celebration co-chair; Jon Kaye, Celebration co-chair; FAU President Mary Jane Saunders; Dr. David J. Bjorkman, M.D., dean, Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine; Mayor Susan Whelchel, City of Boca Raton, Celebration co-chair; Dr. Michael T.B. Dennis, M.D., chair, Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine Advisory Board; Cynthia Levitt; and Dr. Morton Levitt, M.D., chair, Integrated Medical Science Department, Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine Dick Schmidt; Barbara Schmidt; Dr. David J. Bjorkman, M.D., dean, Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine; and FAU President Mary Jane Saunders Mitchell Gevinson; Teri Gevinson, Medicine Advisory Board member, Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine; Dr. Sharon Hier; Dr. Lawrence Hier Dr. Ira and June Gelb; Deanna and Chris Wheeler, Celebration Committee members, Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine; Helen Babione; Mary Veccia Terry and Jerry Fedele Dick and Patricia Damron Robert Primeau, Jan Savarick, Warren and Orrine Orlando, Lee and Peg Greenspon


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January 24, 2013 through January 30,2013www.bocaratontribune.com B6 Edition 131 Section BBoca Life & Arts Sunday, February 10, 2013 3:00 to 4:00 PM Spanish River Library 1501 N.W. Spanish River Boulevard, Boca Raton OPEN TO THE PUBLIC FREE ADMISSION The next concert in the 20122013 Sunday Matinee Music Series offered at the Boca Raton Public Library located on Spanish River Boulevard will feature a one hour concert by local well-known entertainers, The LES MACK TRIO. Whether its the music of the duo Special Edition, the Trio or Quartet, or the foot-tapping riverboat, Dixieland rhythms of The Southern Gents, Les Mack and his groups have provided entertainment from Miami to Vero Beach. Venues have included concerts, club and organizational dances, weddings, assisted living communities, theater opening nights, community special functions and more. Their music covers standards, big band, Latin, gay nineties, show tunes, and the fun and enjoyable Dixieland music from New Orleans and Chicago. So whether it is quiet, background music for a small intimate gathering or the songs of your favorite big band, Les and the guys can make it happen. The Les Mack Trio features Pat Hackett on the guitar and banjo, Pete Theodore on tenor sax, clarinet, flute and piccolo, with Les providing the percussion and vocals for the group. Their selections will feature a variety of music, tempos, styles from a wide span of years.... We look forward to being with you, and, It Will Be Our Pleasure...... to entertain you. The Sunday Matinee Music Series events and concerts are sponsored by the Friends of the Boca Raton Library, a volunteer not-forprofit organization dedicated to making our libraries an important part of the cultural core of Boca Raton.Sunday Matinee Music Series Concert:


Edition 131 19for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comJanuary 24, 2013 through January 30,2013Municipal NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune Boca Raton Police Blotter ton was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and driving while license suspended with knowledge. drug charges including the sale of marijuana. The male was TOT county jail and the female was released to her parents from the Boca Raton Police Department. tery/simple battery investigation that occurred on 01-16-13, Courtney McCarplaced under arrest, processed at BRPD and later released to PBCJ. drug charges including the sale of marijuana. The male was TOT county jail and the female was released to her parents from the Boca Raton Police Department. tery/simple battery investigation that occurred on 01-16-13, Courtney McCarplaced under arrest, processed at BRPD and later released to PBCJ. Timothy both victims refused to prosecute. tered a Mercedes C300 and removed a wallet from the front passenger seat. causing him to bleed. session of marijuana in the parking lot of 495 NE 20th St (Night Owls). By Staff ReportsBOCA RATON Police arrested and charged three teens who allegedly broke into two homes and tried unsuc cessfully to burglarize another thanks to an alert resident who suspected something wasnt right and called. Authorities charged Iorrany Mendes, Calvin Isom and William Vassor with loitering and prowling, possession of stolen property, burglary to an occupied residence, two counts of burglary to a residence, grand theft, and two counts of attempted burglary. They also charged Vassor with viola tion of probation and possession of burglary tools. Vassor was on proba tion for a previous burglary to an oc cupied home. The homeowner on SW 17th Street told police that someone knocked on her door and when she answered, he seemed shaken and said he had the wrong house. While searching the area, an officer found a house on SW 20th Avenue with a screen removed from a window, police said. Another officer saw three teens matching the description keeping the teens under surveillance, officers received calls from three more neighbors, saying three males knocked on their door asking for someone who didnt live there. Police stopped the teens and questioned them separately. Mendes, of Boca Raton, said they came to play football, but he couldnt say what neighborhood he was in, according to a police report. Isom, of Deerfield Beach, said they were just walking around and denied going into any neighborhoods, police said. Isom, who had an iPad on him, told police he found it. Vassor, of Boca Raton, also had an iPad in his possession and told officers he also found it. He was in possession of a large screw driver, police said. One of the victims came to the scene and positively identified all three suspects. Police also found a Raiders ring, necklace, $190, two iPads, an iPhone (with the SIM cards removed) and burglary tools on the teens. One victim, who said he was in the shower when his house was broken into, positively identified one of the iPads, police said. Three teens arrested after residential burglary spree By Beth LernerSpecial to the Boca Raton Tribune State Representative Bill Hager (R-Boca Raton) filed House Bill 439 to allow county and municipal governments to address smoking on public property such as parks and beaches. Counties and municipalities would have the ability to create healthier, smokefree environments for their residents and guests, allowing them to take advantage of our beautiful outdoors without the hazard of breathing second hand smoke, Hager said. Exposure to toxins in second hand smoke can cause serious health issues such as asthma, cancer and heart disease, but that exposure can be prevented, the forcer vice mayor of Boca Raton said. Given that tobacco use accounts for nearly one-third of all cancer deaths, I am proud to sponsor this bill that could help save the lives of some of our citizens. Current law prohibits city and county governments in Florida from implementing strong policies against outdoor smoking. Rep. Travis Cummings (R-Orange Park) is the primary co-sponsor of the bill and will be working along with Hager too see it successfully passed by the legislature. Tobacco use is the leading cause of death in Florida. Secondhand smoke is a Class A carcinogen and accounts for approximately 50,000 deaths annually in the United States. Ralph DeVitto, executive vice president of the American Cancer Society, Florida Division, applauded Hagers efforts to give local governments a say in protecting their constituents from the hazards of tobacco exposure. His long-standing commitment to this cause, and the broader effort to save lives and reduce suffering, is making a difference in the fight against cancer in Florida, DeVitto said. In 2011, Hager sponsored and the Leg islature passed a bill that allowed school districts to address smoking on campus, for which he was honored as the American Cancer Societys Freshman of the Year. HB 439 is an extension of that bill which has been welcomed by constituents. Caitlyn Johnston, a matlock Acalocal high school senior, has been working to eliminate smoking from her local beaches and praised Hagers efforts. As a resident of Jupiter who frequently uses the outdoor community facilities and beaches, I think its imperative for people to realize the implications of tobacco use, not just on personal health but on our environment and in regards to secondhand smoke exposure, she said. This bill sponsored by Rep. Hager is a fantastic step towards not only improving the health of our citizens and environment, but also a means of putting the power back into the hands of our local elected officials. I truly believe that with the help from the American Cancer Society and the diligent efforts of Rep. Hager, we can build a better, healthier future for the next generation. Rep. Hager Files Bill to Curb Second Hand Smoke Exposure


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24 -Edition 131 January 24, 2013 through January 30,2013 www.bocaratontribune.comBusinessThe Boca Raton Tribune Business News GALLERY 22320 ESPLANADE #53 Royal Palm Place Boca Raton, FL 33432Store #53Photo by Denise Felice GET REAL!Signature Linewww.yaacovheller.com 561.347.1677 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 BOCA RATON, FL The Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerces Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) held their annual CEO Roundtable Discussion in the Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center at Lynn University on January 17th. The eighteen students grades 7 through 12 who are participating in 2013 YEA! questioned five local CEOs on their experiences as a CEO. The CEOs who participated were Dan Cane Modernizing Medicine, Paul Emmett Duffys Restaurants, Dr. Kevin Ross Lynn University, Kelly Smallridge Palm Beach County Business Development Board and Mitch Feldman West Boca Medical Center. The roundtable was moderated by Tom Kruczek, Dean of the College of Business & Management Lynn University. Students in the YEA! program represent some of the best and brightest in our school system that wish to pursue a business career. It was a rewarding experience to participate and be tested by these students with their insightful questions .Furthermore, its comforting to me, knowing that the future stewardship of our business community can be placed in the hands of these exemplary individuals said Mitch Feldman. Kelly Smallridge added It was so refreshing to have a conversation with such young, bright and talented minds in our community. The CEO Roundtable was a great way to interact with the YEA participants and to share our past experiences in the business world. They asked in-depth questions and were well prepared to engage in the dialogue. It truly was an impressive group! The Young Entrepreneurs Academy requires a nine-month commitment from its young executives. In that time they brainstorm and form their enterprises, make pitches to potential investors, obtain funding, register their companies with governmental agencies, and actually launch their own company or not for profit! Business mentors, graphic designers, and local entrepreneurs support the students throughout the program and all of the learning is real and experiential. Business partners for this years program are FAU Adams Center for Entrepreneurship, FPL, NCCI, Bluegreen Corporation, First Citizens Bank, Plastridge Insurance, Modernizing Medicine, Saint Andrews School and the Rendon Center for Dermatology and Aesthetic Medicine. For more information on how your business can get involved, please contact Beth Johnston, Program Director, at the Boca Chamber. YEA! STUDENTS QUESTION BOCA RATON CEOS ON THEIR EXPERIENCES AS A CEO.Boca YEA! Graduating Class of 2013 along with Tom Kruczek, Dean of the College of Business & Management Lynn University; Kelly Smallridge, Palm Beach County Business Development Board; Dan Cane, Modernizing Medicine; Mitch Feldman West Boca Medical Center; Dr. Kevin Ross Lynn University; Paul Emmett, Duffys Restaurants


Edition 131 25for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comJanuary 24, 2013 through January 30,2013Business NewsFive Star Professional has named David I. Katz, Senior Partner, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Boca Raton and New Jersey-based Gitterman & Associates Wealth Management, LLC (GAWM) a 2013 Five Star Wealth Manager. Less than 2% of the wealth managers in New Jersey received the Five Star award, an award Katz also received in 2012 for his service in the Miami area. The announcement is featured in the January 2013 issue of New Jersey Monthly magazine and on fivestarprofessional.com and follows his recent recognition as one of Medical Economics Best Financial Advisers For Doctors and Dental Products Report Best Financial Advisers For Dentists. The Five Star program, now entering its eleventh year, is the larg est and most widely published award program in North America. Five Star Professional conducts market-specific research throughout the U.S. and Canada to identify service professionals who provide quality services to their clients and research results undergo a thorough regulatory review. Five Star Professional joins forces with city and regional magazines to make the research results available to consumers in more than 45 markets across the United States and Canada. Miami magazine and Five Star Professionals partnered to find wealth managers who satisfy 10 objective eligibility and evaluation criteria that are associated with wealth managers who provide quality services to their clients. Selec tion was based on internal and external research data as well as peer and firm nominations. Katz demonstrates his distinguishing expertise and relationships by presenting educational financial seminars for high wealth individuals in collaboration with attorneys and accountants in New Jersey and Florida who specialize in wealth building, wealth distribution and estate planning. He earned a BA in Economics from Brooklyn College, holds FINRA Series 6, 7, 24, 63, and 65 licenses as well as life and health insurance licenses, and been designated by the American College as an Accredited Asset Management Specialist (AAMS). Katz continues to draw upon his extensive experience in investment strategies and risk management planning to assist clients with their financial and estate planning needs for more than 19 years. GAWM is a leading independent advisory firm dedicated to helping clients build, manage and maintain wealth for families through generations and navigate a successful plan for retirement. David is committed to excellence, working closely with our clients to meet their specific financial and estate planning objectives, said GAWM CEO Jeffery L. Gitterman. To see his dedication recognized with such a prestigious honor bestowed upon a select few in the field is a great source of pride for our firm. GAWM, the Educators educator, draws on its proprietary consultative process to make the most appropriate recommendations based on individual needs, goals and risk tolerance for high net worth individuals. The independent firm is respected in its industry for its exemplary track record of specialization in serving the retirement needs of physicians, university and college professors and employees of hospitals and other major healthcare providers and nonprofits. GAWM provides clients with unbiased research and assists clients in selecting the best financial solutions from among the wide universe of financial products and services encompassing strategic and tactical models and alternative investments. Committed to the communities in which it serves, GAWM devotes both time and financial resources to support the missions of such organizations as Florida Atlantic University Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine, UMDNJ Autism Center, Embrace Kids Foundation and Elijahs Promise Soup Kitchen. Katz serves as a Regional Board Member of the Anti-Defama tion League Florida Region, member of the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce, and member of the Rotary Club of Downtown Boca. He has two sons who reside and work in New Jersey and lives in Boca Raton with his wife, who is a physician, and their daughter.Boca Resident Recognized As A Top Wealth Manager By Gerald J. Sherman WHAT BUSINESS ARE YOU IN?Nothing Happens Unless Somebody Sells Something I was very upset and disappointed concerning the derogatory statements that our politicians have made about salespeople during this past presidential campaign. Both sides of the aisle have made insulting remarks about salespeople. Such statements as referring to President Obama, Hes just a salesman, hell promise you anything. Or what a liberal congressman from the south said in a disparaging manner about a statement made by Mr. Romney during the past presidential campaign,Oh Romney, hes a salesman. Theses remarks although aimed at an individual show their disdain for salespeople. This utter disrespect for a profession that has contributed so much to our society is shameful and unfortunately is echoed by many well-known people. The bad rap that salespeople have received comes from the misinformed. It is not fair to judge a few, when we have a history of great salespeople in this country. The following is a short listing of just a few of Americas greatest salespeople. and CEO of the National Cash Register Co., was also the father of modern sales training. series of public speaking classes that were frequented by many budding salespeople. His landmark book, How to Win Friends and Influence People instructs readers how to become more effective communicators. ful salesperson in Dallas. She planned to write a book, but her notes became instead a business plan for a beauty and cosmetics company that relied on women to sell merchandise to their friends and acquaintances through direct sales (otherwise known as multi-level marketing). She also pioneered the use of sales incentives, turning her companys signature pink Cadillacs into a sign of womens economic self sufficiency. Successful salespeople operate with integrity and a high standard of ethical behavior. Salespeople are the engine that keeps goods and services moving through the pipeline, even in bad economic times. And so, I am devoting this column to the professional salespeople of today and yesterday because, Nothing happens unless somebody sells something. (Red Motley) Ethics and the Salesperson The Pulitzer Prize winning play, Death of a Salesman (1949) by Arthur Miller portrays the problems that arise when a salesperson strays from ethical values. Although the play conveys an indictment against sales people (and the corporations they represent), it also is a typical example of the wrong person selling. In a few instances, the play mimics the authors own life. His father, who was a suc cessful manufacturer in New York City, lost his business when Miller was 13, and the family had to move from their plush residence near Central Park to a small house in Brooklyn. Miller worked as a salesperson for his father who was trying to get the business started again. This was not what he wanted to do and he grew to hate selling. Willy Loman, the main character in the story, is a tragic figure because of his unethical and personal life style of using people, lying and cheating on his wife. Loman exemplifies all the myths and misconceptions some people have about professional sales people. Ethical sales people must be truthful, keep the commitments they make to their clients, associates and their management. That is the only path to a longtime relationship with the people they do business with. The hit n runs approach is self-destructing because it builds nothing. To assure your commitment, it behooves the salespeople to familiarize themselves with the companies inner workings such as shipping, production, finance, and the lead time necessary to meet deadlines so that when a promise is made to a client, it is based on a realistic expectation of what can be done and what cant. Accepting orders with no regard for deadlines, or knowing that the delivery cant be made on time, is unethical and will backfire. It is better to lose the sale than a client. Of course, in life, there will always be the possibility of unavoidable situations. The salesperson has the obligation of telling the client that their order will not be delivered on time, while encouraging the customer to keep the order in place, despite the late delivery. There should be no lying or placing a negative light on her/his company; apologies are always appropriate, and make every effort to expedite the order. The importance of understanding ethics and adhering to its path cannot be overstated in the field of selling. While ethical conduct is not a guarantee for success (a salesperson must also be trained in selling techniques, actively seeking prospects, and properly closing the sale), it is nonetheless a requirement for success. In other words, a salesperson must do more than be ethical to sell successfully, but without ethics, he or she will never succeed in the long term. John F. Kennedys Statement of Consumer Rights is a broad-termed, common sense guide to customer relations, which when applied to a sales situation, sheds light on ethics in sales. According to the Statement, a consumer has: A salesperson should strive to respect these fundamental rights and act in a manner, which facilitates the fulfillment of these rights. Excerpts from the book, The Real World Guide to Fashion Selling & Management, Gerald J. Sherman & Sar S. Perlman, Fairchild Books, Division of Conde Nast Publications Gerald J. Sherman, MBA, DBA of Sherman & Perlman LLC, was a former Vice President of Sales & Marketing for public companies, Marketing Planner, former Adjunct Professor, is an author, marketing and public relations consultant and has written several books and articles on these subjects. jerry@shermanperlman.com http://www.


26 -Edition 131 January 24, 2013 through January 30,2013 www.bocaratontribune.comBusiness NewsBoca Raton, FL -Kaye Communications, a Boca Raton-based integrated marketing and public relations firm that provides seriously strategic integrated communications counsel, develops authentic original content and implements market-relevant multi-audience programs, initia tives and campaigns for regional and national brands in a variety industries, was presented two coveted 2013 Bernays Awards that honor excellence by the local PR & Marketing community. The firm received the Gold Coast PR Councils PR STAR AWARD for best overall and long-standing excellence and a BERNAYS AWARD for a project on behalf of a nonprofit organization, the Order of St. John for its Our Legend, Her Legacy: Countess de Hoernles100th Birthday Gala and Community Celebration. This is the 9th year the competitive award program has been hosted by the GCPRC, the larg est independent organization in South Florida of PR, marketing and communications professionals from Palm Beach, Broward, Martin and Dade counties. Kaye Communications is now a three-time Bernays Award winner (named for the father of Public Relations Edward Bernays), previously honored by the GCPRC for the firms worldwide media campaign for the debut of the $100 Hamburger for the Old Homestead Steakhouse at the Boca Raton Resort & Club in 2007 that generated $1.7 million in broadcast coverage alone within the first two days of the debut (followed by a live cooking segment on NBC TODAY and mentions on Letterman and Jay Leno) plus an Associated Press article and photos that ran around the globe as far as Australia and Japan. We are so honored and pleased to be presented these significant industry awards and thank our clients, colleagues, advocates and all those in the community who have been an integral and indelible part of writing our success story for 17 years...demonstrating that seriously strategic game-changing communications with original content delivers empowering results, said Kaye Communications Founder, President and Chief Strategist Bonnie S. Kaye. Proud to be honored along with fellow Boca Ratonbased award recipients: Lynn University [Presidents Award] for the 2012 Presidential Debate and The Boating & Beach Bash Corp. LLC [Community Service Award] for the 4th Annual Boating & Beach Bash For People With Disabilities. Most recent notable initia tives trailblazed by Kaye Communications include its branding, destination marketing and dedicated website development and management for Downtown Boca for the Boca Raton Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA), which included the firms conception and development of a comprehensive strategic marketing plan with a Friday Night LIVE! monthly entertainment series and inaugural Downtown Bocas Brazilian Beat destina tion celebration in collaboration with the Consulate General of Brazil in Miami and the Palm Beach County Visitors & Convention Bureau that drew 10,000 visitors. The firm also led media relations and community engagement initiatives to support the debut of California Pizza Kitchens new national corporate brand-reinvention flagship showcase restaurant in South Florida; spearheaded community and media initiatives for seven consecutive years to support the PGA Champions Tours Allianz Championship that brings more than 70,000 visitors to Boca Ra ton and delivers an economic impact of $15 million, and provides strategic integrated communica tions counsel and implementa tion for 5-Star Platinum Club Award-winning Broken Sound Club and the current reinvention and transformation of the Boca Raton Bridge Hotel into a 4-Star boutique property. As longtime advocates of initiating and building meaningful public-private partnerships, Kaye Communications is known for its expert matching of businesses with community missions. Bonnie Kaye serves on the boards of directors for the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce and the FAU Foundation. Jon Kaye serves on the Deans advisory board for the FAUs Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine and Rotary Club Downtown Boca Raton. Together the Kayes have developed and hosted White Coats-4-Care fundraising receptions to equip and dress the incoming classes of the FAU medical school, as well as the recent inaugural Your Medical School Student Scholarship Benefit Celebration (that sold out before save-the-date notices and invita tion could be sent out) that raised more than $3.26 million. Demonstrating the firms expertise and community engagement, Kaye Communications received the Bernays Award on behalf of one of the oldest orders of chivalry in existence that has raised funds to benefit the sick and the poor of the world ognized Kaye Communications success in spearheading the seriously strategic communica tions, community relations and media relations for the birthday gala benefit and community engagement initiative to celebrate the Countess de Hoernles100th milestone and her philanthropic legacy while fulfilling her personal single birthday wish of raising significant funds to benefit Boca Raton area nonprofits who help the sick and the poor. While the OSJs initial plans were solely for an Our Legend, Her Legacy gala, we recognized the need to expand the scope of the celebration within the greater Palm Beach community, added Jon Kaye, chief operating officer and chief marketing strategist. The OSJ embraced our recommendation for a community philanthropy awareness and education initiative that included a communitywide Red, White & Boca-Blue Countess Apprecia tion Day and the creation of a record-setting community birthday wishes campaign. Kaye Communications is headquartered at South City Plaza, 1515 South Federal Highway, Suite 103, Boca Raton, FL 33432. For more information, call (561) 392-5166, visit www.kcompr. com, or email smartstrategiesbegin@kcompr.com.Kaye Communications Wins Two Coveted Bernays Awards That Honor Excellence In Pr & Marketing


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Edition 131 29for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comJanuary 24, 2013 through January 30,2013SportsThe Boca Raton Tribune SportsBy: Pedro Heizer MVP: Chris PaulBefore my inbox get filled with hate mail, hear me out. Paul is a supreme playmaker on a team filled with players who otherwise would not be able to get their own shot. The Clippers are currently 32-10 (2nd in the Western Conference behind OKC) and the hottest team in Los Angeles. Paul brings good things to life for the Clippers, and is, unquestionably, the best off-thedribble creator in the league. The Clippers high-flying style may lead you to believe that Paul commits his share off turnovers, but, to the contrary, he leads the NBA in assist/TO ratio at 4.41. limited to the offensive end of the floor. Paul is tops in the NBA in steals (91 total, 2.6 per game), wreaking havoc and fueling Los Angeles dynamic transition game.Most Improved Player: James HardenThis is always among the toughest awards, in part because the criteria is so murky. Maybe Ive gone crazy but if I had told you at the beginning of the season that James Harden would be bounds per game, 5.3 assists per game (all career highs) would you would have probably thought I was Well, if that doesnt impress you, I think his player Sixth Man of the Year: Jamal CrawfordCrawford is absolutely controlling this category. I cant think of a better player coming off the bench right. Crawford is averaging, off the bench, 16.5 points, and 2.4 assists per game in one of the leagues most exciting team. In fact, ill make a case for him to be in the Western Conference lineup come the all star game.Defensive Player of the Year: Marc GasolWell, rest assured Dwight Howard wont be walking away with the trophy this time around. The Grizzlies allow about four fewer points per 100 possessions when Gasol is on the floor, and though hes not an electric shot blocker like Ibaka, he protects the rim well. Most important: He is almost always in the right place, moving around the floor in sync with an opponents offensive sets, and with such braininess it often seems as if Gasol is one step ahead of that offense.Rookie of the Year: Damien LillardThis award is turning into a runaway, albeit, not with the candidate that most expected it to be. Theres half a season left to be played, but theres hardly a chance that Damian Lillard can be caught from behind (figuratively, and literally speaking). From opening night, Lillard has been the floor leader for the Blazers, and he has not disappointed in any way. He refuses to hoist bad shots, he spreads the ball amongst all of his teammates, and he values the basketball.Coach of the Year: Mark JacksonMomma, there goes that man. Jackson has the Warriors playing very good basketball. At 25-15 the warriors are currently the fifth seed in the western conference and they look like a serious playoff contender. This is all without Andrew Bogut.NBA Mid-Season AwardsEvery sports fan remembers June 23, 2010 when the U.S. national team dramatically advanced to the quarterfinals of the World Cup. Now the U.S. is on the verge of qualifying for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, and the Fort Lauderdale Strikers have partnered with South Florida bars and restaurants to co-host watch parties for these critical games where every goal counts. The watch parties will include Strikers players in attendance who will sign autographs and take photos with fans duringthe event. The Strikers staff will also be on hand to give away prizes and register fans for raffles, ticket giveaways and more. We are excited to put together these events to support the community of soccer fans in South Florida, said Strikers President Tom Mulroy. Bringing Strikers players and staff together with fans is very important and something we will continue to do all year long. The first watch party will take place at The English Tap & Beer Garden in Boca Raton when the U.S. faces Honduras on Wednesday, Feb. 6 at 4:00pm. Then on Friday, March 22, Stout Irish Pub, located just two miles from the Strikers home at Lockhart Stadium in Fort Lauderdale, will host the watch party as the U.S. men take on Costa Rica. The third of 10 games in the teams qualifying campaign will take place on Tuesday, March 26, and will be located right on the way to Fort Lauderdale Beach at Waxy OConnors on 17th Street. The game will feature the clash of the United States and Mexico at the famous Estadio Azteca in Mexico City, Mexico. Future watch parties for the remaining qualifiers will be announced as they approach in June and September. Loca tions will include Miami, West Palm Beach, Boynton Beach and more.Strikers Co-Host Watch Parties for FIFA World Cup Qualiers


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32 -Edition 131 January 24, 2013 through January 30,2013 www.bocaratontribune.com Tribune Sports of Strikers CoHost Watch Parties for FIFA World Cup QualifiersSee page 29 See page 29 NBA Mid-Season Awards