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Construction workers are on track to meet the May deadline of the citys new downtown library. The onestory library is being built on vacant property on the former Causeway Lumber site on the east side of Boca Raton Boulevard and north of Northwest Fourth Street, one block north of the current library. The move and opening of the library is planned for the summer, library officials said. YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR.Nearly 400,000 readers!The Boca Raton Tribunefor news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Send us a picture of you reading The Boca Raton Tribune to email@example.comCommunitySee page 3 Boca Raton detectives charge doctor with trackingMunicipalSee page 20 West of Memphis a Backwoods Horror Story of InjusticeLife & ArtsSee page B1 Small Business Relationship BuildingBusinessSee page 26 Sam Wooley reading The Boca Raton TribuneStory on page 6 New Library to Open in MayConcours dElegance Raises Millions for ChairtyCommunitySee page 5 See 100+ Antique, Classic and Exotic Tales & Tails Tying a Lot of KnotsFausto Vladimir Florentino and his new bride, Cindy Antonia Camacho, began their life together on Valentines Day in a courthouse wedding.
2 -Edition 136 March 1, through March 7, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com COMMUNITY NEWS PAGE TWOThe Boca Raton Tribune Marketing DirectorChris Catoggio firstname.lastname@example.orgAccount ExecutiveAngelo Lima, Marguax Vickers, Andre Heizer, Nick FotiMail Subscriptionsubscription@bocaratontribune.comFront DeskYara Carvalho email@example.comGraphic DesignDuke ThrushPhotographersNicole Vickers, Gabriela Heizer,Gabriela BarbieriVideo Production DirectorKlaiton SilvaInternsSamantha Mellman Aaron WeckerMailing AddressP.O. Box 970593 For General Information: Copyright 2012 by The Boca Raton Tribune. All rights reserved by The Boca Raton Tribune. All submissions and published materials are the property of The Boca Raton Tribune. This publication may not be reproduced in whole or in part without express written consent from The Boca Raton Tribune. 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(Psalms 18:30)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 Florida Atlantic University signed a marketing partnership with Sunrise Sports & Entertainment, the company that runs the BB&T Center in Sunrise. SSE will seek events, such as concerts, for the 29,419-seat GEO Group Stadium, an open-air venue in Boca Raton. The stadium is home to FAU Owls football. SSE also has the option of selling the naming rights to FAU Arena, the home of its basketball and volleyball teams. Got an electronic device and need to repair an IPad, Iphone, Samsung Galaxy or any other phones and/or want to unlock, sell or buyback phones, then contact Ed Kissel in Boca at MobileSource, 3500 NW 2nd Ave. #603. 561.416.7224. Mention this column for 10% off any service or used phone! If you want to develop an additional residual income stream, go to www. freedomforcefinancial.com and call 561.852.0000. Boca Pointe equity members approved the sale of 14 acres to the Siemens group to develop 100 new townhouses on the property east of Powerline Road. After the other homeowners approve to change the documents from recreational use to housing, it will go before the County. Sal Saldana was named Boca Town Center manager with Brian Nelson moving to a regional post in Orlando, and plans to upgrade the monument sign entrances, add a water fountain at the Grand Lux Caf entrance and black poles with finials to replace directional signs as well as creating two signature seating areas at the Palm Court in Bloomingdales and Center Court at Neiman Marcus, along with a new higher level concierge services area. Rabbi Jonathan Kroll was appointed the new head of the Weinbaum Yeshiva High School in Boca Raton. The YMCAs Safe Water Instruction Module (S.W.I.M.) recently received a grant for $4,500 from Boca Raton Regional Hospital Foundation. This generous grant will help fund FREE swim lessons and water safety education for children in low-income and underserved neighborhoods in the Boca Raton-area. The failed startup restaurant Philippe Chow Boca filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy this week in Palm Beach County. As many as seven in 10 Florida voters support a state constitutional amendment legalizing medical marijuana -more than enough to ensure passage and possibly affect the governors race. Michelle Wright, BBS reporter and anchor speaks at the American Association of Caregiving Youth annual fundraiser, HEARTS & SOLES Dinner and Auction, Feb 28, 5:30pm, at the Lakeside Terrace, Glades Rd, Boca Raton, featuring our own 2012 CNN Top 10 Hero Connie Siskowski, the originator and inspiration behind this outstanding program. Call for reservations at 561.391.7401. Seminole and Miccosukee casinos reportedly earned $2.16 billion in 2011, up 5 percent from last year.Among Movies opening Friday at the Cinemark and Regal Entertainment Shadowwood theatres are Jack the Giant Slayer, 21 and Over and The Last Exorcism Part II. Amour and Life of Pi opens at the Movies of Delray and Lake Worth theatres. Sign the Nickys family petition and at the Last Picture Show. Barry Epstein Live internet television show features South Tech Medical Academy Instructor Jan Pray, Medical Educator Carol Landon, Loan Originator Michael Schwartz, Author Joel Salomon and Sun-Sentinel editorial columnist Kingsley Guy. Watch it on Friday morning, or any time after that on www.publicrelations.nu, www. bocaratontribune.com, or www.Vimeo. com to win free Cinemark theatre tickets. Anything Goes is at Boca High, Feb.28-March 3, south side of Glades Road just east of I-95. Visit www. bocadrama.com or call 561.338.1533 for tickets. Generations Concert featuring Natalie Cole is 7 p.m. March 1 in the Wold Performing Arts Center at Lynn University. Visit www. natkingcolefoundation.org/concert or call 561.237.9000 for tickets. Further information at info@ natkingcolefoundation.org or call 561.213.8209. South Floridas top talent of Avi Hoffman, Patti Gardner, Ken Clement, Sally Bondi, and Krisha Marcano (Broadways The Color Purple) star in The Boca Raton Theatre Guilds production of Chicago March 1st 17th. Go to www.brtg.org or call 561.347.3948 for tickets at $35. each. Group sales available too. The Boca Raton Green Market, in its 16th year has farm-to-table, freshpicked produce from local growers and lots more 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday at the southwest parking lot of Royal Palm Place, S. Fed. Hwy, and SE Mizner Blvd.in downtown Boca Raton, featuring live music on the Piazza stage by PRESERVATION, playing the music of Rolling Stones, Beatles, Eric Clapton, BB King, Tom Petty, Allman Brothers, and more. Abbacadabra:the ultimate ABBA tribute, is in the Wold Performing Arts Center at Lynn University March 2 & 3. http://events.lynn.edu or call 561.237.9000. FORECLOSURE IS NOT AN OPTION! Contact Keyes Company/Ragbir Team Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE) Realtor JOANNE EPSTEIN at 561.945.0000 to find out how she can save you from foreclosure, with no cost for attorneys, fees or commissions. If you have computer issues, or need a website, contact Rich Loeb, www. gilapro.com or call 561.809.4550. Birch Communications is a multimillion 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 561.852.0000. West Boca Leaders networking group 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 categories. Call 561.852.0000 for further information. If you would like to promote your business or profession on Barry Epstein Live internet television show, call 561.852.0000. READ THE REST OF THE COLUMN ON LINE AT THE BOCA TRIBUNE WEBSITE, BOCATRIBUNE.COMBarrys Buzz Barry Epstein, APR, is a noted public relations, marketing and political consultant based in Boca Raton, president of the Luxury Chamber, the West Boca Leaders networking group and the founder and former president of the West Boca Chamber of Commerce; with a weekly internet television show on the Boca Tribune website. His motto is Public Relations is the enemy of anonymity. Fax column items to 561.451.0000. His column/blog is in the Boca Raton Tribune and on the Boca Tribune website (and click on columnists), on Facebook, as well as on the front page of the Sun-Sentinel/Jewish Journal website.
Edition 1363for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMarch 1, through March 7, 2013Millions of dollars was raised for charity this past weekend as the seventh annual Boca Raton Concours d Elegance, which featured an exciting lineup of activities. The charity event, geared toward the luxury automobile market, was presented by Fort Lauderdale-based AutoNation and Mercedes Benz USA as a benefit for the Boys & Girls Club of Broward County. Comedic icon Bob Newhart was the headliner at a Gala Dinner Saturday. On display were more than 200 exotic, classic automobiles and motorcycles. The event generated $3 million for the non-profit one year.Community NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune Community News 561 693 6776 Local Owned and Operated No Contract Harassment Insured and Bonded 10 years in business w w w a c m b u i l d i n g s e r v i c e s c o m T I M E T O S C H E D U L L E Y O U R O F F I C E S P R I N G C L E A N I N G $ Concours dElegance Raises Millions for Chairty
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Edition 1365for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMarch 1, through March 7, 2013Community NewsCOMMUNITY NEWS COMMUNITY BRIEFS See 100+ Antique, Classic and Exotic Tales & Tails At The Free Cruisin-America Car Show & Shop For Charity Sunday, March 3rd At Town Center At Boca RatonFrom memorable antiques and classics to racy exotics, the free and open-to-the-public Cruisin-America Car Show & Shop at Town Center at Boca Raton on Sunday, March 3rd will rev up the community for charity. From 12 noon to 6:00 p.m., more than 100 car collectors will be showcasing their pride and joys and sharing their car stories as retailers and restaurants at Town Center of Boca Raton serve up tastings, informal modeling and same-day shopping discounts, all to benefit two childrens charities: Nat King Cole Generation Hope (NKCGH) and Simon Youth Foundation (SYF). This eclectic, high WOW factor car exhibition event will round out a fundraising weekend by NKCGH following itsGENERATIONS benefit concert on Friday, March 1st headlining Natalie Cole to raise money for music education programs in schools. Nat King Coles youngest daughters, twins Timolin and Casey who founded NKCGH will serve as Grand Marshals of the CruisinAmerica show. Event programming will feature live performances by the youth who participated in the inaugural NKCGH Summer Strings program at Lynn University and students from schools that have received NKCGH music education funding. Also on the schedule will be Gourmet Food Trucks, an exhibitors row, chances to win Town Center of Boca Raton retailer merchandise and dining certificates, a car collectors award ceremony and more. Those attending can take advantage of same-day discounts offered by participating mall stores and restaurants. The afternoon will be an impressive ride for automobile aficionados and a fun day for the whole family. According to CruisinAmerica Managing Partners, the official Cruisin-America Car Show & Shop show cars will be the awardwinning: Performance Power Racings Johnny Bohmer, this world-renowned showstopper is the fastest street car in the standing mile at 283 MPH, holding the Guinness World Record. 900made of carbon fiber, this is one of only 40 manufactured for street use a high-end luxury car introduced in the late s that is possibly one of the most fluid automotive shapes ever developed. Following several custom designs and an estimated $300,000 in time, material and labor this collectors car has long been a main attraction. pre-war Americar sedan produced by Willys-Overland Motors, one of a few American car manufacturers later contracted by the U.S. military during World War II to manufacture the highly successful Jeep. After the end of the war, the company secured the trademark on the Jeep name. Additional registered show car stars will include a 1938 Packard, 1934 Custom Ford Coupe, 1923 Ford T Bucket, 1934 Chevy Custom Coupe, 1937 Ford Custom Cabriolet and many more. Delray Acura and Delay Hyundai will be onsite previewing Hyundais new 2013 Equus luxury sedan. We are pleased to be partnering with Town Center and its shops and restaurants to showcase a signature collaboration and celebration of brilliant car, fashion and community mission design, said Jay Neloms, co-managing partner of CruisinAmerica.Supporting the Nat King Cole Generation Hope to keep music alive in our schools and the Simon Youth Foundation to ignite hope through educational opportunities for students who are at risk of dropping out of high school will make this not just an exhilarating event, but an exceptionally meaningful one as well. The free and open-to-the-public Cruisin-America Car Show & Shop will be located in the parking area in The Terrace at Town Center of Boca Raton at 6000 Glades Road. For more information on this show and schedule of other CruisinAmerica shows, visit www.crusinamerica.com and become a fan on Facebook. For sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities, call Todd Kasten at 800-506-7290, ext. 802 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Chamber Sponsors Community Cookout You work hard... now its time to play hard. The Boca Chamber invites you, your family and friends to a fun day of food, games and community connections on Saturday, March 2 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event will be at Peter Blum Family YMCA, 6631 Palmetto Circle South. Hang out with FAUs mascot Owlsley and enjoy some great food, beverages, fun games for the entire family, bounces houses, slides, DJ and a musical performance by the West Boca Raton Community High Schools Vanguard Brass Band! Admission is $5 per person, which entitles the bearer to one food ticket. Children under 10 are free. Call 561-395-4433 or visit the chambers Web site at www. bocaratonchamber.com.A Birthday to RememberLynn University continues the celebration of its 50th anniversary year; a year that turned out to be one of the most eventful to date as it was kicked off with a history making event, the third and final presidential debate on its campus. Lynn has come a long way from its start as an all-womens college in 1962, issuing two-year degrees with only four buildings amid the bean fields of Boca Raton to an internationally renowned university. We may be only 50 years young, Lynn President Kevin M. Ross said, but we have had a rich history and we have a promising future. With three names along the way Marymount College (1962), College of Boca Raton (l974) and Lynn University (1991) Lynn has continued to grow, vastly expanding its campus and improving its profile. Lynns archivist, Kathleen Clunan, has seen the changes firsthand. She was one of the nuns who was library director when Lynn first opened its doors as Marymount College. I feel so honored to be at Lynn for this length of time. Just to watch it evolve from a small twoyear college for women into this splendid university has truly been a blessing, Clunan said. To watch new buildings go up and see how the campus has matured so beautifully is unbelievable. And with all this expansion and growth it has never lost its warm, family feeling.Free Schindlers List ShowingThe 7th Annual Festival of the Arts Boca will offer a free screening of Academy Award winning film, Schindlers List, on Monday, March 11 at 1:30 p.m. The screening will be at the Mizner Park Cultural Arts Center, 201 Plaza Real (2nd Floor). Space is limited and seats will be available on a first come, first serve basis. The feature commemorates the films 20th Anniversary and precedes a presentation by author Thomas Keneally, Fraternity Across the Lines of Race: The Case of Oskar Schindler at 7 p.m. that evening. Keneally is the author of Schindlers Ark, from which the film was based upon. Declared a National Living Treasure by the Australian government, Keneallys other works include The Great Shame, The Peoples Train and Three Families. His latest novel, The Daughters of Mars, will be released in the US in 2013. Tickets range from $30 $45 per person and are available at www. festivalboca.org or by calling 866571-ARTS (2787). NEW! Sea Turtle Camp for Kids Spring Break: March 25-29, 2013 1st-3rd grades: 8:30AM -12, 4th-6th grades 1-4:30PM Friends of Gumbo Limbo Family Membership RequiredCall for more info: (561) 544-8615Gumbo Limbo Nature Center www.gumbolimbo.org
6 -Edition 136 March 1, through March 7, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com By Fred HamiltonWhile hundreds of people filed into the South County Courthouse to answer to their traffic infractions or address other legal matters, in a quiet room in the Self Services Center, Fausto Vladimir Florentino and Cindy Antonia Camacho started the first day of their married lives on Valentines Day. I thought I was going to be a wreck but surprisingly not, I dont have any regrets, Florentino, 31, said. If you would have asked me a year ago, Am I going to be nervous when I get married? I would have said, Oh, sure. Im going to be sweating bullets. But I know she is the one, Im sure and Im actually calmer than Ive been a in a long time. The Florentinos of Boca Raton were among 38 couples 11 in Delray Beach who said their vows to one another at one of the four courthouses, a popular Valentines Day destination for people desiring to tie the knot. The clerk performed a group wedding for another 31 lovebirds at the National Croquet Center in whats become a tradition for the county clerks office. The marriage court sees an average of 7.5 couples on an average day, spokeswoman Kathy Burstein said, but days such as Valentines and sequential dates (as Dec.12, 2012) tend to be popular. About 7,500 brides got hitched in America a 1,446 percent increase from the less significant 12/12/11, according to a survey conducted by US-based Davids Bridal. We see a pretty sizeable increase on special occasions, Burstein said. Last Valentines Day, we had 38 couples married in the courthouse and in 2011, we had 47 ceremonies that day. Burstein said there has been more interest in group weddings. We just had an email from someone wanting to know how they can sign up for next year and we even havent gotten over this year yet, she said. A courthouse wedding cost 93.50 and couples can save $32.50 by taking a premarital course. The Florentinos are planning a bigger wedding next year, but getting married before that celebration takes some of the pressure off a single day, Florentino said. The pair met in a video store four years ago in Lynn, Mass. Florentino, who had relocated from New York with his company, saw her in an aisle, mustered the courage and approached her. It gets even better because I gave him pointers on the movie and tips to watch, and I said nice talking to you, Cindy, 32, said, Then I went to the other side of the store. But Florentino grabbed another movie and found her. What do you think of this one? Is it good? she recalled him asking. And I said, Yes, it was good, I saw it. Again she walked to the other side to see if he really wanted her opinions or in fact, her. So the third time, I knew that he really wanted to talk to me, said Cindy, who does quality control for a Lake Worth firm. They exchanged emails and the rest became history. As they say, it pays to be persistent sometimes, Florentino said. If I wasnt persistent, if I had said twice is enough, we wouldnt be here today. Comment on this story at Fred@ Delraybeachtribune.com or 561665-0151.Tying a Lot of Knots rffrnrt
Edition 1367for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMarch 1, through March 7, 2013COMMUNITY NEWS SPONSORED IN PART BY THE STATE OF FLORIDA, DEPARTMENT OF STATE, DIVISION OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS, AND THE FLORIDA COUNCIL ON ARTS AND CULTURE. FUNDING FOR THIS PROJECT IS PROVIDED IN PART BY THE BROWARD COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AS RECOMMENDED BY THE BROWARD CULTURAL COUNCIL. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800) 435-7352 WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE. MCB REGISTRATION NUMBER: CH1034. PHOTO : YANN TRIVIDIC, PHOTO GIO ALMA .PROGRAM III: THE MASTERS Three Balanchine classics + a new masterpiece from Alexei Ratmansky, one of the worlds most innovative and visionary choreographers. LOUR DES LOPEZ Artistic DirectorT I CKET S FROM $20 miamicityballet.org (305) 929-7010 toll-free: (877) 929-7010WILDLY CL ASSIC.K RA VIS CENT E R WEST P A LM B E A CH FEBRUAR Y 22-24 BROW ARD CENT E R F T L A UDER D A LE MARCH 1-3YANN TRIVIDIC, Principal D ancer 954-462-0222 browardcenter.org 561-832-7469 kravis.org
8 -Edition 136 March 1, through March 7, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com EDITORIAL By C. Ron Allen EDITORIALS/LETTERSThe Boca Raton TribuneFounded January 15, 2010 Publisher Business C.E.OC.O.O. Editorial Interim Editor Managing Editor Copy Editor Online Edition Editor Social Media Software Engineer AN THE BEA T GOES ONAt 2, little Malachi enjoyed playing drums. He would tap on the drums at his church after service on Sundays and at home, he often improvised whether on the table or on whatever he found. So much was his love for drums that his dad bought him a drum set. My baby enjoyed music. He loved to sing, play the drums, the piano, and the guitar, Montre Bennett shared with me recently. He was very active at school and he loved to make people happy. So it was only appropriate that Mr. Bennett give him a home-going on Saturday befitting of an aspiring drummajor. with a drum line -. Master Malachi was tragically struck and killed last week as he rushed into the street to greet his father. Upon learning that, I reached out to my contacts and called a few musicians who once played in bands. Some said they were too rusty or too old to walk from the church to the cemetery but offered to help me search for participants. Delray Beach Police assistant Chief Jeffrey Goldman said they would be happy to provide officers as traffic escorts. But it was Village Academys principal Guarn Sims and Ms. Shirley Bryant from the Achievement Center for Children who saved the day. Just when I thought we were about to strike out in finding a drum corps, Mr. Sims said although his band was in the infancy stage, some members would participate. We would love to be a part of this, Ms. Bryant said. Let me make some calls our kids would love to do this. I am not surprised by the level of support from the residents of Delray Beach. I am however moved by their compassion. The last time I say anything like this was some 12 years ago at a Jazz funeral in New Orleans. Jazz funerals are traditional funerals with music. They typically begin with a march of family, friends and a brass band. The music is normally somber at the beginning of the march and once the ending is near and friends say their final goodbyes, the music becomes more upbeat. While Saturday may not rise to the level of a Jazz funeral, I am sure Malachi would be proud of his final procession from this earthly life. Thanks to Samaritans like Ms. Bryant, Mr. Sims and Chief Goldman, Saturdays will be as Mr. Bennett wanted: a celebration of Malachis life, not a time of mourning. Kudos to four budding actors who did a stellar performance in a Black History Month play at Mt. Olive Baptist Church recently. Their acting skills and passion spoke volumes about their commitment to the craft and discipline. The directors Christine LeShay Ferguson, who also wrote the play, What you Dont Know, Wont Hurt You, and Fredrina Combs also deserve special recognition. Congrats on a job well done. Thanks to all for your emails and letters this week on my stance on gun control. As usual, you are welcome to join me on Thursdays for Lunch with the Editor. Call or email me anytime. Finally, remember to tune your radios to AM 740 each weekday from 7 to 8 a.m. for the Good News Show with my dear friend George DeMartino. It is so refreshing to start your day with a dose of positive, uplifting news from around town and afar. bocaratontribune.com address. to the editor.Letter Guidelines Letters to the EditorDear Editor, I have considered for some time submitting a letter concerning gun rights but the uninformed questions in your Feb. 15 column pushed me to act. Yes there is a discrepancy in regulations, mainly attributed to right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed (please read complete 2nd Amendment) but also concerning the example given. People do harm in automobiles and sometimes those privileges are revoked by a court but does that mean these people dont then drive illegally causing harm again, sometimes to the result of death? Arent these the people who deserve to be further punished? Arlene Staley Boca Raton Dear Editor, Trying to impose gun control regulations being discussed in Washington or elsewhere at this time deals more with people who legally own or buy them and are a line of defense against those who would do harm with stolen or otherwise illegally possessed arms. The fact is that there are evil people who dont care what laws are on the books and they are going to find weapons to harm or kill innocent people. I am always suspect of a government who wants to diminish my right to protect myself and if you look at countries that have imposed gun confiscation or strict regulations on ownership, crime has increased exponentially. Matthew Russell Boca RatonGun control Column poses the wrong questions
Edition 1369for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMarch 1, through March 7, 2013 EDITORIALS & LETTERS 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. Plan to Excel! By Douglas HeizerTHOUGHTS FROM THE PUBLISHER How Good Are you at Worrying?By: Robert J. TamasyOne of the great wonders of the workplace is the variety of talents and abilities we observe. Some people are natural leaders, others find it easier to follow and support those who lead. Some are especially gifted in administration, directing and delegating tasks, while others are adept at personally handling a multitude of details. Some have natural skills at sales and marketing they could sell ice to polar bears in northern Canada. Others are talented speakers, while some do their best communicating through writing. But if there is one skill most of us possess in equal measure, it is the capacity for worrying. If we own a business or hold top executive responsibilities, we worry about matters ranging from how to plan for future uncertainties to how to meet next weeks payroll. We worry about deadlines, job promotions, finding a new job, or whether we will receive well-deserved (we believe) pay increases. If our business relies on a small number of key clients, we worry about losing them. We worry about how to find new customers. We worry about our competition making changes that could have a detrimental impact on our business. We worry about the weather; the local, national and world economy; the costs of fuel; or how to keep pace with ever-changing technology and market trends. We are so accomplished at worrying that we even worry when there is absolutely nothing to worry about. We start worrying that soon there will be something to worry about. Maybe this helps us to feel we will be better prepared for when (and if) it happens. One of the reasons we worry is because it makes us feel like we are doing something when there is nothing else we can do. We feel good to be concerned about a situation even if we are helpless to do anything about it. But what does worrying accomplish? Experts say at least 90% of the things that worry us never occur, so we have wasted considerable mental and emotional energy on nothing. Including myself among those that find it easy to worry, I find it comforting and reassuring to regularly remind myself what the Bible has to say about worry: Instead of worrying, pray. Worrying deprives us of sleep, saps our energy, and disrupts all sense of inner peace. What if you could simply transfer those concerns to someone else with the unshakable assurance that they will be properly addressed? 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 (Philippians 4:6-7). Let God do the worrying. Have you ever tried to lift something heavy and felt relief when someone stronger than you volunteered to carry the weight? That is exactly what God offers to do for us when we commit our worries to Him. Cast all your anxiety on him (God) because he cares for you (1 Peter 5:7). God wants to carry the burden. Has anyone ever told you, Do not worry. I have it under control? This is exactly what God is telling us. We worry about things outside of our control, or things that probably will not happen. God tells us, Relax. I will take care of it. Take a load off yourself. Jesus said, Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest (Matthew 11:28). 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 information, see www.leaderslegacy.com or www. rivercitypress.net.Dont look at things as they are and be satisfied. Rather, face them as they can become and do your part to bring that into reality! The same also applies to persons with whom you interact. Who they are now should not be viewed with any finality! They need your encouragement to become all they can be, to excel in all their pursuits, to maximize all their current doings! I once read of an artist that set up a studio on the first floor of a downtown building of some city. One of the first things he noticed, as he looked out of his window, was a disheveled town vagabond who daily sat on the street across from his studio, as a beggar. The artist used that man as his first painting project. He actually drew him not as he then looked but as he, the artist, imagined him to be. Upon its completion, he invited the man in, and showed him what he had produced. Not knowing who the subject was, the homeless man inquired of the artist, and was most surprised when told that it was he, himself. His significant reaction was, If thats the man you see, thats the person Ill be! Much that is given to us is not for immediate, personal consumption; most is provided for us to improve: sometimes, for the betterment of the tool or of the situation. Most often, however, it is for our own, personal betterment. Making excellence your personal goal already empowers you to go after what will bring it to pass! Thus, be a greater critic of yourself rather than of others. Realize the areas where you can improve and proceed to take the necessary steps to make it so. You need to try and keep on trying whatever will enable you to be who you can be, and do what you are capable of doing! The very idea that you can accomplish it must become an inward belief and attitude with tangible efforts and visible outcomes, even if it may take time to complete, besides some barriers to overcome. As Samuel Johnson declared in his day, the business of life is to go forward. Preparation for life is a daily, moment by moment activity. New challenges come all the time and we need to know how best to respond to them! As Rich de Vos recommends, You never will discover how far you can go if you dont start doing it. You can confidently leave the results up to God as long as you faithfully do your part! Ultimately, it is only in the path of obedience that you will understand where you are to go, and to go next! The right doors will open for you when you find yourself in the road God designed for you to traverse under His leading and personal care!
10 -Edition 136 March 1, through March 7, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com COMMUNITY NEWS BOCA RATON TRIBUNE WORSHIP DIRECTORYFirst Congregational Church of Boca Raton 251 SW 4th Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33432 Phone: 561-395-9255 E-mail: email@example.com 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 Revival Life Church 4301 Oak Circle Suite 11 Boca Raton, FL 33431 Services at Don Estridge Middle School 1798 NW Spanish River Blvd Boca Raton, FL 33431 @ 10:30 561-450-8555 Website: www.revivallifechurch.org Head Pastor: Carl Thomas 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
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12 -Edition 136 March 1, through March 7, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com Divorce Florida StyleBy Mike Gora ColumnistsThe Boca Raton Tribune BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICAMichael 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Scout Law A Scout is: Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, Reverent. By natural law, created by God, there is percentage of new boy babies born in the United States each year who will be homosexual. Their natural and god-given homosexuality should under no circumstances in the United States of America be considered untrustworthy, or dis-loyal, or un-helpful, or un-friendly, or discourteous, or un-kind, or disobedient, or un-cheerful, or notthrifty, or un-brave, or un-clean, or un-reverent. Their natural condition should not be the basis for any discrimination, for any reason, by any organization or religion or any government or part of government in the United States. The time has come for all people or all races, faiths, and gender to throw away the chains of prejudice that have bound us away from one another because of our ancestors, ancient or recent were afraid of the others, whoever they might be at any time in our occasionally benighted history. As a Boy Scout in my youth, Troop 37 of York, Pennsylvania, I earned my Eagle Rank without a thought of any of my friends who might have been turned away for any racial or gender issue. As an adult, observing the organizations narrow minded, last bastion attitude, I passed over opportunities to contribute or otherwise support the Scouts, although I had learned so much by my scouting experience. I was happy to see that the organizations was about to change its ways. But then I read that its leaders had forgotten many of the tenants in Scout Law by trumpeting to us all that their retreat from prejudice was but a Kabuki dance. Those in scouting who wanted to remain prejudiced and unenlightened would be allowed to retain their discrimination in the proposed new order. Having put one toe in the Rubicon I suggest to the national leadership of the Boy Scouts of America pull out the stops, admit that the time had long since come to ban any and all discrimination among all boys and men associated with Scouting. bocaratontribune.com March-Culture Jesus Loves Delray BeachFAITHBy Casey Cleveland That almost sounds like a bumper sticker. I am not really a bumper sticker fan, but recently I have been seeing more of the I Love Delray Beach stickers on the back of cars around town. Doubtful that Jesus would roll with a bumper sticker, but I do believe with all my heart that he is totally in love with Delray Beach. The gospel writer Matthew writes it better than any bumper sticker ever could expressThen Jesus went about all the cities and villages, teaching in their synagogues, preaching the gospel of the kingdom, and healing every sickness and every disease among the people (Matt. 9:35). Simple, Jesus loves the city because that is where the people liveand Jesus is very much in love with people. Of course not everyone lives in a city, please do not worry Jesus loves the suburbs and outskirts too. But there is more. There is also incredible culture that flows from the city that has a tremendous shaping effect on the world. This too is important as we look at the story line of Scripture and how it flows. The story of God begins in a garden and ends in a city. Really? Most certainly! Check out what the Apostle John has to say about the matter in his revelation from God about how it all ends and begins againI saw the Holy City, the new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride beautifully dressed for her husband. 3 And I heard a loud voice from the throne saying, Look! Gods dwelling place is now among the people, and he will dwell with them. They will be his people, and God himself will be with them and be their God. This is important especially for those who follow Jesus as their Redeemer, because it means we too get to love the city of Delray Beach. It means that it actually becomes an act of worship to God when we seek the welfare of the city, as he told his people to do in Jeremiah 29:7. But seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you into exile, and pray to the Lord on its behalf, for in its welfare you will find your welfare. Is that not awesome or what? Translation for those who live in Delray Beach serve the city, enjoy the city, shop in the city, use your talents in the city, eat in the city, coach in the city, mentor in the city, volunteer in the city, learn the city, create art in the city, play music in the city, act in the city, dialogue in the city, heal in the city, break generational curses in the city, feed the poor in the city love the city. So where do we start? A few suggestions for getting involved, serving, and enjoying what God has gifted Delray within the month of March. Go check out a performance at the Arts Garage, stop by the Green Market on a Saturday, sign up to serve a meal at the Caring Kitchen, RSVP your spot to Savor the Ave, get up close to see the St. Paddys Day Parade, contact KOP, formerly the Knights of Pythagoras Mentoring Network, to mentor some wonderful children, and dont forget Easter on the 31st. You know it is the resurrection that makes everything new. But more to come on that next month! Love, serve, and enjoy the city.
Edition 136B1Section B MARCH March 1, through March 7, 2013www.bocaratontribune.com Lizzys First Single is a HitENTER T AINMENT See page B2 The Boca Raton Tribune B Section B Boca See page B3Mississippi Sweets Bocas Fine Bbq Restaurant FOOD REVIEWWest of Memphis, directed by Amy J. Berg and produced by Peter Jackson and Damien Echols, is a deeply disturbing documentary film at many levels. If you ever fancied yourself an outsider or a bit of a rebel in high school, you will be especially chilled by this miscarriage of justice. West Memphis is a poor suburb of Memphis, Tennessee, across the river in Arkansas. On June 4, 1993 a triple murder rocked the small town of Blytheville, Arkansas. Three 8-yearold boys were viciously murdered and mutilated. Circumstantial evidence pointed to three high school boys: Damien Echols, Jason Baldwin and Jessie Miskelly. Damien was portrayed as ringleader of the gang. The fact he had a death book and Satanic symbols and skulls and bones in his art work did not help his cause. The film goes into gruesome detail as to how the boys were murdered: hogtied, mutilated in horrific ways and thrown into a drainage ditch. This was a time when conservative Southerners were getting whipped into a frenzy over Satanic cults and blood rituals. All three of the accused were bottom of the barrel poor white trash. Jessie Misskelley was doing poorly in school and came from a troubled home. Jason Baldwin was borderline retarded. The eightwoman, four-man jury found the boys guilty of murder in 1994. Damien was sentenced to death as the alleged leader. I know hes guilty, said one of the jurors grimly after the trial. Jessie and Jason got life in prison. The first ray of hope for the boys came in 1996 when crusading filmmakers Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinovsky aired the first of three HBO documentaries: Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills. It wasnt hard for the filmmakers to find contradictory and downright false testimony and evidence. I wont go into the gory details, but there was a reason the dead boys were so mutilated, but it had nothing to do with Satan, or even humans for that matter. As the years dragged on the imprisoned West Memphis 3 gained supporters. A very intelligent and dedicated San Francisco lawyer named Lorri Davis began a correspondence with Damien in prison. In 1999 the couple married in prison and Lori dedicated the rest of her life to clearing the name of her husband and the other two conspirators. An even bigger boost came Peter Jackson and his wife Fran Walsh became interested in the cause. The couple had plenty of resources from Jacksons Lord of the Rings films, but even more important was their righteous indignation and their clout in the film community. American rock musician and poet Henry Rollins took up the Memphis Three as a personal cause. He was later joined by celebrities like Johnny Depp, Eddie Vedder, Patti Smith, Natalie Maines and others. Soon top legal experts joined the fight, pro bono. The more they learned, the weaker the states case looked. But all is not fair in the legal system; particularly in the rural South. This documentary is quite longnearly three hoursand it is damning in its proof of misconduct, false witness, superstition, innuendo and hypocritical piety. You may shake your head in disbelief as to what ultimately happened to the West Memphis 3. It is beyond outrageous and a travesty of all that the US legal system is supposed to stand for. Regardless of how you feel about the case, these three young men lost nearly 20 years of their lives. Nothing can bring that back, but worse: the real killer has not been brought to justice.West of Memphis a Backwoods Horror Story of Injustice
March 1, through March 7, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com B2 Edition 136 Section BFerraros Ristorante Italiano Food Review Marc Kent Open for a year or so, this bistro is still trying to become a wellrounded, well run establishment. Service is spotty at best, as is the food. We started with a taste of the soup of the day, a lobster bisque creamy, hot and tasty then the Caesar salad consisting of greens and a few croutons; cheese shavings and a discernible Caesar dressing were absent we then sampled the outsourced dressing and found it just ok no credit to Caesar. The house salad Insalata di Angelo was a nice dish in contrast, another salad.. Insalata di Eugenio is also on the menu. Appetizers included a smooth and mild eggplant pate, a small crab cake with only faint crab taste but adorned with a nice corn relish it badly needed. Clams casino were small and very breaded, the clams in brodo had a gentle taste in their white wine sauce. Happy to say the bacon wrap scallops (3 in number) were served over polenta and were delicious. There are nine pasta dished listed covering a wide variety or types with various accompaniments we elected to test the pastas with our entrees. Under the meat-poultry heading, we chose a too-well breaded veal parmigiana with nice sauted spinach. We then sampled a very fine osso buco on a bed of saffron risotto quite delicious, but quite a tiny meat portion. As for fish the Diver scallops were perfectly prepared with sun dried tomato and basil over tasty linguini. A portion of panseared salmon with apricot and roasted poblano was a nice portion of excellent fish. We note 16 additional listings as meatpoultry and 4 additional listings under the fish category. There are 4 sides available sauted spinach, mushroom saute, broccoli rabe and roasted beets. Note; not all are necessarily available at ones sitting. Chef has his choice of making 2 special desserts each evening they may or may not include panna cotta, lemoncello cake, chocolate fudge cake, tiramisu(this creamy and wonderful). A half dozen other desserts are available. Serving only wine and beer, this bistro seats 60 inside and up to 30 outside. Open from 5PM to 10PM Monday through Saturday, there is an early bird menu plus Chefs specials daily. Entertainment in the form of an international duo-singer, pianist and violinist play on Saturday from 7PM to 11PM. Call Ferraros at 561 -477-2750 for details visit the bistro at 8208 Glades Road in Boca Raton to try their Northern Italian menu. Benny Bee Childrens Corner Caleb Lucas Once upon a time in a bees nest, a bee named Benny was practicing hauling honey. (I dont know if you know this, but the honey haul is a very popular sport for bees.) As you can probably see, the honey haul is Bennys favorite sport. He loved it very much. It was his favorite thing to do with his free time. He dreamt of becoming a honey haul champion! He practiced and practiced and practiced all day long. Man, oh man do I love honey hauling, Benny said to himself. I hope I can become honey haul champion some day! I wonder what it would be like if I was champion, said Benny quietly. Hmmmm. It would be pretty cool. Everyone would love me! My name in shining lights! Benny Bee! That would be awesome! he said. I cant wait! I better keep practicing though if I want to become champion. Here I go! 45 minutes later What time is it? he asked himself. Oh, wow. Its 3:00. I started at 2:15 so I practiced for 45 minutes! Wow! I better get back to the donut shop! he said to himself as he ran out the door to go to the donut shop. (The donut shop owned by Jerry Bee is where he works. He had to be back by 3:05.) Oh no! Im not going to make it in time! he said to himself as he flew through the giant nest in a hurry, bumping into other bees. Theres the donut shop! I can make it if I go super extra, turbo, fast! Come on, wings, dont fail me now. Boom! He broke the sound barrier going that fast! In a split second he was at the donut shop with 30 seconds to spare! Wow, huff, I cant believe, huff, I made it, huuuuufff, he panted, as he flew into the donut shop. Hey, youre late! said Jerry Bee. No, Im not. I have 30 seconds left, see? Benny said. Rah, groaned Jerry. Youve got a customer, said Jerry. Get your apron on, and serve him! yelled Jerry. Ok, ok. Im on it, said Benny. He got his apron on and took the customers order. Hello, what would you like this fine afternoon? asked Benny. Oh, Ill have a honey glazed donut with a cup of coffee, said the customer. Oh, a number 5. Good choice, said Benny. Thatll be $2.28 please. Here you go, said the customer. And heres a tip. Oh, thank you. Come again, Benny added. Just then, Benny saw a flier for honey haul auditions. It said this: Do you love to play honey haul? Do you want to become the next champion? If you answered yes to both of those questions, then come on down to Honey Stadium in Honey Central! Audition to be a honey haul star! Wow, I wish I could go there, but its in Honey Central on a Tuesday and I have to work. Plus, I cant afford to go that far, he said sadly. Wait a second, I can afford it! Todays paycheck plus some leftover money from previous paychecks and all the money Ive earned from tips! That nice man gave me just enough to be able to afford it! Wait another second. I would still have to get off work. Aw. Hey, um, boss, could I maybe get off on Tuesday? said Benny. Huh? Its a holiday. National St. Bees Day, said Jerry. Oh, right. Heh. Sorry, said Benny. Just get back to work, said Jerry. 6 days later (because it was Wednesday when he saw the flier) I cant believe todays the day I go off to Honey Central! 6 days went by so quick! he said to himself. Taxi! he cries out. A taxi cab pulls up, Benny gets in it, and hes off to Honey Central! 3 and a half hours later Wow, Honey Central. Its amazing, Benny says as soon as he arrives. I cant wait for the auditions! 30 minutes later Yay! Audition time! he said. He arrived and auditioned. He thought it went pretty well. He was just waiting for the results. He got bad news. He didnt go through. He went home very depressed. He was sad for 2 days straight, at home and at work. He didnt even practice honey haul. One day a letter came in the mail that said it was a mistake, and that he was actually the best player that auditioned. They mistook his name Benny Bee for someone else who auditioned; Penny Bee. She wasnt that good. He thanked God for the results being a mistake, and succeeding in his goal, and perhaps maybe even becoming the honey haul champion someday, and eventually he did. 3 years later And now your new honey haul champion, Benny Bee! Well, it took me 3 years to get here, but I did it. Thank you, Lord! The Lord is a stronghold for the oppressed, a stronghold in times of trouble. And those who know thy name put their trust in thee, for thou, O Lord, has not forsaken those who seek thee. (Psa. 9:9-10 ESV) Never be depressed if something doesnt work out right, even if it isnt a misunderstanding like Benny Bees mishap. God has a plan for you, and you should follow that plan. With great regards, and prayers from the author, and your friend, Caleb. (Caleb Lucas is a resident of Palm Beach County, where he lives with his family. He enjoys sports, and takes piano lessons. This and all forthcoming monthly stories are entirely his own ideas and composition quite good for an 11 year old).
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Edition 13619for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMarch 1, through March 7, 2013Municipal NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune On Palmetto Park Rd., just west of Boca Raton Blvd. a traffic sign states, New Traffic Patterns, Starts 3/5. It has been placed to inform citizens from 9:00PM-6:00AM the west bound lanes will be closed. For 2 or 3 nights FPL trucks will occupy the closed west bound lane between 4th and 5th Avenues, according to Mike Woika, Assistant City Manager. Woika said, Drivers safety was important in scheduling the times FPL will be working on the electric poles aligning the street. The eastbound lanes will serve as both east and west directions during the westbound lane closure. Similar modifications were done in the same area on the east side of Palmetto Park Rd. 2 weeks ago, but no lane closures were necessary. Since the lane changes are set late at night we do not expect there to be problems with traffic, but the sign informs citizens and residents to be aware of the change, said Woika. John Reilly, a transportation analyst for Boca Raton said, FPL will be removing and replacing electric poles in compliance with a federal organization the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Woika said that the changes to the poles are not a city requirement but one that is implemented by FPL. Next Tuesday, FPL will work through the nights to update the electric poles to their functioning capacity.New Trac Patterns on Palmetto Pk. Rd. in eect on March 5th FREE PICK UP & DELIVERY Call Today!
20 -Edition 136 March 1, through March 7, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com House Fire in West Boca Raton Aects over Four HomesOn Thursday, February 21, 2013 a two-year investigation culminated in the arrest of a psychiatrist for trafficking and writing a prescription without a medical need. The investigation began in February 2011, when Crime Stoppers received an anonymous tip that Dr. James Cocores was prescribing large amounts of oxycodone, or other requested drugs, with little or no questioning or examination. Dr. Cocores is a psychiatrist who specializes in drug abuse treatment and opiate addiction at his practice, Southcoast Psychotherapy & Education Associates, Inc., 5301 North Federal Highway, Boca Raton. Detectives established an undercover (UC) officer as a prospective patient who was seeking grief counseling/ treatment for a traumatic event. During the initial visit, the UC filled out a questionnaire and provided a list of prescribed medications, which included oxycodone, alprazolam, and ibuprophen. Dr. Cocores spoke with the UC about the psychological issues she was experiencing then shifted the topic to a recent physical exam. The UC told Dr. Cocores she was seeing a chiropractor and another doctor for pain management. Dr. Cocores provided suggestions on pain alleviation related to eating habits, walking, lifting and sitting positions, but he did not conduct a physical exam, nor did he take any vital statistics. During the second visit, the UC stated she was unable to obtain medical records office because law enforcement had shut down the office and seized all patient files. Over several months, Dr. Cocores prescribed multiple medications to the UC, including Xanax, Vicodin, Percocet and Oxycodone. At no time during any of the office visits did Dr. Cocores conduct any physical exams or diagnostic workups. On March 6, 2012, detectives ascertained that Dr. Cocores never accessed the State of Floridas Electronic Florida Online Report of Controlled Substances Evaluation program (E-FORCSE), which is Floridas Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP), to see if any of his patients were obtaining controlled substances from other practitioners. On May 23, 2012, detectives met Dr. Cocoress at his office. Detectives requested and received copies of the UCs complete patient file. In August, the UCs patient file and all audio/video evidence were given to a recognized medical expert and a Department of Health (DOH) official for review. In October 2012, the DOH expert opined that Dr. Cocores failed to meet the standard of care as stipulated by the Florida Board of Medicine in four areas: 1. Dr. Cocores failed to conduct a physical exam and no diagnostic was ever completed. 2. Dr. Cocores failed to establish a treatment plan. 3. Dr. Cocores failed to explore alternate methods of treatment. 4. Dr. Cocores failed in preventing drug abuse and diversion. The medical expert confirmed the DOH officials opinions. On February 21, 2013, detectives arrested Dr. James Cocores and charged him with trafficking oxycodone and writing a prescription without a medical need.Boca Raton detectives charge doctor with tracking bocaratontribune.com A handful of units were damaged by smoke and fire in Boca West Monday. Firefighters were called to 19389 Waters Reach Trail just before noon and discovered two roofs filled with flames. They began fighting the fire from the inside but were forced to pull back when the flames raced above them, according to Palm Beach County Fire Rescue One person was at home at the time but was able to escape without injuries, according to Palm Beach County Fire Rescue Capt. Albert Borroto. Investigators say 4-to-6 units in the complex were damaged. Smoke could easily be seen from nearby Yamato Road. A cause has not yet been determined.
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22 -Edition 136 March 1, through March 7, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comBoca Raton Names 2012 Fireghter of the YearFirefighter James Haag has been selected as our 2012 Firefighter of the Year. James Haag has been a Firefighter with the City of Boca Raton for eight years. In his short time on the Department, he has accomplished the following: James became a State Certified Hazardous Materials Technician and has become an intricate part of our Hazardous Material Team. He took this to the next level as an instructor and has helped teach several classes training other Hazardous Material Technicians. Life Support (ALS) Competition Team and has been competing for seven years around the country at his own expense, taking home multiple awards. In October his team placed 1st at the Flagler County EMS Competition. In June they took 2nd place at the Randy Boaz Competition in Miami, and in November, his team took 3rd place at the Temple Terrace Competition. creation and running of Boca Raton Fire Rescues own annual ALS competition, which is going on its 7th year. on the Departments Combat Challenge Team. the responsibility of running the Departments annual Sweet Heart Ball at Banyan Place. This is a community outreach program held once a year for the senior citizens near the Valentine Day holiday. Helping Hands structure fire, James was recognized by the Florida State Fire Marshal for finding and preserving blood stains on window blinds, which ended up being a key piece of evidence needed to solve the arson case. recognized by the Palm Beach County EMS Providers Association as the Paramedic of the Year for all of Palm Beach County. The basis of that award was his actions at an especially challenging vehicle crash on I-95 with occupants trapped and extrication needed. For all these reasons we congratulate Firefighter James Haag as our 2012 Firefighter of the Year. James will be recognized for his achievements by the Fire Rescue Services Department on Friday, March 1, 2013 at 9:00AM in the 6500 Building Auditorium and by the 100 Club of South Palm Beach County at their Annual Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, March 20, 2013 at 7:00PM at the Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club. bocaratontribune.com
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26 -Edition 136 March 1, through March 7, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comBusiness NewsBusinessThe Boca Raton Tribune You made the deal and you think its all over. No no no no no! Do you think you might want to continue doing business with this person or organization? Do you think their friends or business associates might be interested in your product/service? Do you think that they will give you a referral or recommendation? If the answer is yes, to any of the above, your job is not over; it might be just the beginning. This is where a good relationship is needed, a good foundation on which to do more business and a chance to get to know each other better. Be a Team Member You must understand that the person wanting your product/ service really wants more than that. They want you to be a team member. They are hoping to do business with an ethical person and one who has integrity. They want to feel secure in knowing that you will do and deliver whatever was promised, whether it be standing behind the product/ service or solving a problem should one develop. Relationship Building Building a relationship can start in many ways. Sometimes, but not very often, the seller and buyer just click. Its kind of like love at first sight. Its very rare but has been known to happen. Establishing a successful relationship usually requires a lot more work, planning and willingness. Sometimes, you can develop a relationship based on something you both have in common. You both love to watch basketball and enjoying talking to each other about the event and players. Or, you might work on developing a good relationship by sending thank you notes. Other possibilities are: something that was discussed requested on the service/product they received up on their needs the clients office coffee and bagels or lunch, (a popular practice with pharmaceutical companies detail reps and doctors offices). All of these are ways to get to know each other. Once the sale is made or the order is signed, the buyer/seller relationship is on its way. Never forget how important your clients staff is. Getting to know and showing respect for your clients personnel can help you obtain a better dialogue with the ultimate decision maker. After all they may hold the key to opening the door. Gerald J. Sherman,MBA,DBA of Sherman & Perlman LLC.is an author, marketing and public relations consultant and has written several books and articles on these subjects. jerry@shermanperlman. com http://www.shermanperlman. com 561.715.2788FAU and Sunrise Sports & Entertainment Announce Innovative Marketing PartnershipFlorida Atlantic University and Sunrise Sports & Entertainment (SSE) have announced a dynamic and innovative marketing partnership that features SSE securing events and concerts for GEO Group Stadium. As part of the agreement, the BB&T Center potentially will host an FAU nonconference basketball game or tournament during the 2013-14 season and the University will have an increased presence at Florida Panthers home games in Sunrise, Fla. SSEs highly-successful event programming team, which currently has the BB&T Center ranked No. 18 in the country by Pollstar the only trade publication covering the worldwide concert industry will focus on booking shows, developing a concert series and bringing other entertainment events to GEO Group Stadium. Opened in 2011 on the Universitys Boca Raton campus, the 29,419seat stadium is home to the Owls football team and is the only college football venue in the country with a view of the ocean. FAUs mens basketball team, led by Coach Mike Jarvis, has played two games at BB&T Center. The Owls faced the University of Miami on Dec. 19, 2009, and Dec. 17, 2011, with both games part of the annual Orange Bowl Classic. We are thrilled to announce this exciting and unique new partnership with Florida Atlantic University, said Michael R. Yormark, SSE president. FAU is a university on the rise with a growing athletic program and an incredible new football stadium that gives us the opportunity to attract quality programming to their venue. Our staff at SSE is excited about the opportunity to work with FAU, President Mary Jane Saunders, Athletic Director Patrick Chun, and their staffs to help fulfill their grand vision for this incredible university. FAU will receive exposure through BB&T Center signage and a variety of SSEs internal media assets, including radio, television, upper-level billboards and LED ribbon boards during all BB&T Center concerts, shows and Panthers games. FAU students will be able to take advantage of discounted tickets available one hour prior to every Panthers regular-season game and select BB&T events. In addition, the Panthers will host FAU Owls Nights. As part of the festivities, members of the FAU community will be able to take advantage of ticket, drink and food specials by presenting their Owl Card; the FAU mascot, Owlsley, and cheer/dance team will greet fans and perform during intermissions; and FAU messaging will dominate game-day platforms such as the center ice scoreboard and in-game announcements on television and radio. SSE is also offering semesterlong internship programs for FAU students in the music business administration and sports management curriculum, while SSE executives will serve as guest speakers for FAU classes and events. This is an innovative partnership, said Chun, who oversees an athletic department featuring 19 varsity sports and nearly 450 student-athletes at FAU. Michael Yormark and the Sunrise Sports & Entertainment team are well-respected not only in this market but throughout the entire sports industry. We are excited about the partnership and look forward to working together. SSE, the premier company of its kind in South Florida, also has the option to sell naming rights to FAU Arena. Nicknamed The Burrow, FAU Arena is home to the Owls mens and womens basketball and womens volleyball teams. By Gerald J. Sherman WHA T BUSINESS ARE YOU IN?Small Business Relationship Building
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Edition 13629for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMarch 1, through March 7, 2013SportsThe Boca Raton Tribune Sports By Chad BeattieLakeland, Fla. Lynn Universitys third-ranked womens golf team powered through the rain and windy conditions to take second place at the Lady Moc Golf Classic on Tuesday afternoon. Jessica Bradley and Samantha Smolen each claimed top-10 finishes while the Fighting Knights 898 team score is the fourth-lowest in 15-year history of the tournament. Posting the third-lowest score of the day at 302, LU was able to hold off a furious charge from No. 2 Rollins (901) in third place but lost ground on top-ranked Nova Southeastern (880), who won for the third time in the last four years. West Florida (922) remained fourth and Armstrong Atlantic (924) broke a three-way tie to claim fifth at The Club at Eaglebrooke. Bradley had her best showing of the season with a 221 total in tying for third individually. The Bishops Nympton, England, native was second in the field with 10 birdies, tied for third in par four scoring (+4) and tied for seventh in par five scoring (-1). Sitting outside the top-10 heading into the final day, Smolen snuck into a tie for seventh with a final round 74 for a 223 score. This is her team-leading fourth top10 finish of the season. Irene Calvo, unfortunately, slipped outside the top-10 after carding an 81 to close out competition with a 227. Louise Manalo and Ellen Chambers maintained their consistency throughout the 54hole event, as Manalo shot 77 for the second consecutive round and Chambers posted a 76. Rounding out the Fighting Knights contingent was Estefania Buritica. The junior from Pereira, Colombia, logged her two-lowest rounds of the season on the opening day and finished with a 234 total, respectively. Lynn returns to the links on Monday, March 4, at the Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational in Winter Haven, Fla.Florida Atlantic Universitys baseball team tallied 12 hits in a 9-8 victory over No. 23 Florida Gulf Coast University. Senior Hugh Adams became FAUs all-time career saves leader. The Owls scored two in the bottom of the first. Nathan Pittman led-off the game with a single. Levi Meyer followed with a hit and run to put runners on first and second. Pittman would steal third before Tyler Rocklein drew a walk. Senior catcher Mike Spano, 2-for-4 with two RBI, then dropped a hit into center to put the Owls up 2-0. FGCU grabbed one in the third and four in the fifth by capitalizing on an FAU error, three hits and two walks to take a 5-3 lead. The Owls would return the favor in the bottom of the sixth with five two-out runs. Corey Keller led-off the sixth with a single. Rocklein then reached first on an error by the FGCU third baseman. With two outs, Mitch Morales hit a double down the right field line to score Keller. Two more were added via a double to left by Sean Murrell. Nathan Pittman, who was 3-for-4 with two runs scored and two stolen bases on the night, drove in the fifth run of the inning. FAU would hold the Eagles scoreless through the next two frames while adding a run in the seventh and eighth. Keller lead-off the seventh with a double down the left line. He moved to third on a bunt single by Rocklein, who was 1-for-3 with an RBI. Rocklein would steal second and Keller would score on a wild pitch. The run in the eighth proved pivotal at games end. Billy Endris drew a pinch hit walk to start the inning. He was sacrificed to second by Pittman and stole third one the next pitch putting himself in position to score on a sac fly to right. Holding a 9-5 lead the Owls went to the pen in the ninth only to give up three before closing out the game with the potential winning run on base. The Owls pitching staff, which has not allowed an extra base hit in the last 38 innings, used five pitchers in the victory. Brandon Rhodes, who drew his second start and third appearance, held FGCU to two runs, one earned after 4.3 innings of work. He was relieved in the fifth by senior Kevin Alexander (1-0), who inherited a runner on second that later scored on a sacrifice bunt to even the score at two. Alexander pitched 2.6 innings and was credited with the victory. Michael Sylvestri pitched a scoreless eighth while Bo Logan started the ninth before he was relieved after three earned runs on two hits. He gave way to Hugh Adams who struck out one along the way to his third save of the season and 17th of his career to become FAUs all-time career saves leader.FAU Baseball Hits Its Way Past No. 23 FGCU Lynns Womens Golf Finishes Runner-Up at Lady Moc Classic Prevent, preserve & reverse signs of aging with the personalized care of our experienced professional medical team 561-394-3088 Call TODAY to set up your FREE consultation 3848 FAU Blvd., Suite 210 Boca Raton, FL 33431www.GladesMedical.com WEIGHT MANAGEMENT BOTOX RESTYLANE JUVDERM RADIESSE LATISSE SKIN REJUVENATING PEELS LASER HAIR REMOVALExclusively at Glades Medical Group
30 -Edition 136 March 1, through March 7, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comSports The Fort Lauderdale Strikers have scheduled no fewer than five preseason matches against local colleges and universities in South Florida. The Strikers are capitalizing on the wealth of soccer talent at these schools in order to prepare for their home opener against FC Edmonton on Saturday, April 6 at historic Lockhart Stadium. Our home opener is just around the corner and were excited to be able to play against many of our local colleges and other good competition as we prepare for Edmonton, said head coach Daryl Shore. Several of the trips will be homecomings of sorts for players on the Strikers team who played their college careers here in South Florida. Darnell Kings time at Florida Atlantic University is remembered fondly by the Strikers defender. I spent some time training with them during the offseason, so it will be good to go back and give them some professional experience, said King about the players at FAU. The Strikers will also be making the trip to Barry University, the alma mater of Strikers midfielder Mark Anderson who player four seasons with the Buccaneers. Going back to the place I played four years, and obviously had a lot of success, will be nice to play against some of my friends and old coaches, said Anderson. Im really looking forward to that one and it will probably be the highlight of my preseason. In addition to FAU and Barry, the Strikers preseason trips will also include visits to Florida Gulf Coast University, Florida International University, Nova Southeastern University and the Copa Latina AllStars.Complete Preseason Schedule: Thursday, March 7 at FIU 7:30 pm Sunday, March 10 at Copa Latina AllStars 4:00 pm Wednesday, March 13 at FGCU 7:00 pm Saturday, March 16 at Barry 5:00 pm Wednesday, March 20 at NSU 7:00 pm Friday, March 22 at FAU 7:00 pmStrikers Preseason Schedule Highlighted by College Visits GENERATIONS CONCERT GENERATIONS CONCERT GENERATIONS CONCERT KEEPING MUSIC ALIVE KEEPING MUSIC ALIVE KEEPING MUSIC ALIVE Includes performances by local youth performers Includes performances by local youth performers Includes performances by local youth performers Zoe Fromer, Andrew Forman, Jermaine Teague Zoe Fromer, Andrew Forman, Jermaine Teague Zoe Fromer, Andrew Forman, Jermaine Teague ...and classically trained, hip ...and classically trained, hip ...and classically trained, hip Friday, March 1, 2013 Friday, March 1, 2013 Friday, March 1, 2013 The The The Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center Wold Performing Arts Center Wold Performing Arts Center 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 10:00 PM Concert 10:00 PM Concert 10:00 PM Concert 10:00 PM 10:00 PM 10:00 PM $350 VIP Ticket $350 VIP Ticket $350 VIP Ticket $150 Donor Ticket $150 Donor Ticket $150 Donor Ticket $75 General Admission Ticket $75 General Admission Ticket $75 General Admission Ticket Purchase Tickets Today! Purchase Tickets Today! Purchase Tickets Today! or 561 or 561 or 561 237 237 237 9000 9000 9000 E 800 435 7352. Cruisin' America, Dawn of Designs, Featuring Nine Featuring Nine Featuring Nine Time Time Time Singer and Songwriter Singer and Songwriter Singer and Songwriter
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32 -Edition 136 March 1, through March 7, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com Tribune Sports of March 1, through March 7, 2013 Lynns Womens Golf Finishes Runner-Up at Lady Moc ClassicSee page 29 See Page 29 FAU Baseball Hits Its Way Past No. 23 FGCU