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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.com Kisbel De La Rosa reading The Boca Raton TribuneContinued on page 6 Story on page 726th Annual Rotary Golf Tournament Raises More Than $100,000 Volunteers Give Place of Hope a Facelift City Of Boca Raton Announces Sunset Music Series Construction Underway On Boca Raton Bridge HotelYoung, old Show Gratitude for ServiceBy CRA News ServiceMemorial Day services at the Boca Raton Cemetery proceeded under sunny skies on Monday as veterans, students and families gathered to honor Americas fallen war dead and veterans who risked their lives for the freedom Americans enjoy. I am in the best city in the United States because they honor their veterans, Sherman Woods of Boca Raton said after the ceremony with hundreds of miniature flags fluttering in the background in the field of green grass. You know we have Veterans Day, which is for all of us veterans, but Memorial Day is for the guys who didnt come home. Ive had two tours in Iraq and I had 19 boys that didnt get to come home. This is what this day is for, for me. The annual Memorial Day event in the cemetery lasted an hour as 4 Arrested in Boca Raton T-Mobile Store HeistBy Jason SchwartzAll four suspects accused of using handcuffs and pepper spray during an armed robbery at a T-Mobile store in December have been arrested almost six months later. Travas Byrd, Allen Eugene, Clinton Johnson and Georges Richardson are all in custody after a lengthy investigation, police said. Investigators released information and photographs of the robbery at 2301 West Glades Road and suspects to the media. They then received information that Byrd was one of the suspects. Through tips from Crime Stoppers and help from detectives with BSOs Robbery Unit, detectives identified the other three suspects as well as the look-out person.Story on page 11 See page 3 See page B1 See page 22The Rotary Club of Boca Raton Sunrise and the Rotary Club Downtown Boca Raton announced that the May 9th Golf Tournament held at Boca Lago Country Club raised more than $100,000. The announcement was jointly made by Co-chairs Bob Hildreth and Norman Matus. The two clubs honored the esteemed Dr. Ira J. Gelb, a visionary and medical leader who planted the seed for a medical school that came to fruition as the FAU Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine.
2 -Edition 148 May 31, through June 6, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com Florida Atlantic University Senior Vice President of Finance Dennis Crudele has been named acting president and will serve until an interim president is named by the FAU Board of Trustees, followed by a search for a permanent President. Read the succinct and to the point editorial about the Saunders resignation by C. Ron Allen in the Boca and Delray Beach Tribune last week. Boca resident Dr. Rhonda Goodman has been named the FAU 2013 Distinguished Teacher of the Year. Hava Holzhauer has been named the new Executive Director of the AntiDefamation Leagues Florida office in Boca Raton. Former Palm Beach County Schools Chief Academic Officer Judith Klinek is now director of the Schoolhouse Childrens Museum and Learning Center. ZipCar, an hourly and daily car rental company has opened a facility at the Palm Beach County International Airport. Palm Beach County home sales reached a record in April with over 1400 closings, up 14% over April 2012 and 1560 condos and townhomes were sold, the most in the past 7 years. PBIA served 42,000 passengers over the Memorial Holiday weekend, FLL served 98,000 and there were 1.2 million Floridian travelers over the weekend. Year after year, the Palm Beach Pops celebrates the Great American Songbook. Next season the Pops will continue the tradition featuring music from Whitney Houston & Friends; Broadway, Marvin Hamlisch; Nat King Cole; Smoky Standards from The Mad Men Era and A major television star! Go to www.palmbeachpops.org for ticket packages to save up to $64 now or call 561-832-7677 for Immediate Seat Selection or fax order to 561.832.9686. You can also e-mail your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. My Son The Waiter has been extended again to June 30 at the Stage Door Theatre, 8036 W. Sample Rod. Coral Springs. Visit www.stagedoor.org or call 954.344.7765 for tickets and more information. Barry Epstein Live internet television show Friday features Florida State Senator Maria Sachs, EntrActe Theatrix Managing Director Michael Lifshitz, State Representative Lori Berman and Sun-Sentinel editorial columnist Kingsley Guy. Watch it on Friday morning, or any time after that on www. publicrelations.nu, www.bocatribune.com or www.Vimeo.com to win free movie tickets. All You Need is Love, After Earth and Now You See Me opens at the Cinemark and Regal Entertainment Shadowwood theatres. Now You See Me opens at the Movies of Delray and Lake Worth and Renoir also opens at Movies of Lake Worth. Allen West presents a special screening of Fear of a Black Republican; VIP reception 5:30, Screening 6:30 p.m. May 31 at the DoubleTree by Hilton, 100 Fairway Drive Deerfield Beach. Reception cost is $100 per person/$150 per couple. Screening is $25. Call 561.997.6776 for tickets and information. Sax player Sid Parker and his Big Band will perform jazz and swing, 7 to 9 p.m May 31 in the Sunset Cove Amphitheater in the Burt Aaronson South County Regional Park. Bring lawn chairs, picnic baskets and blankets. No pets. Admission is free. For a schedule of events and directions, go to this link:.pbcgov. com/parks/amphitheaters/_portlets/ SunsetEvents.htm#.UZqAGEpRySo The Shoppes of Loggers Run has a free family fun day 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 1 at 11379 W. Palmetto Park Road, 1.5 miles west of 441 with a petting zoo, pony rides, kids crafts and adventures, magic show and scavenger hunt. Visit www.loggersrunretail.com for more information. Jan McArt presents Forbidden Broadway, the smash hit musical comedy, June 1 and 2 at Lynn Universitys Wold Performing Arts Center. Call 561.237.9000 or visit events.lynn.edu/ upcoming-events/live-at-lynn-summerseries or lynn.edu/tickets for more information. A new free West Boca Green Market opens 8:30 a.m. to 2. p.m. June 2 and every Sunday at the Olympic Heights High School on Lyons Road in Boca. If you want to develop an additional residual income stream or if you would like to learn how you can make money and save money by NOT using a 401 k or IRA that will protect your money and generate tax free income, or you are unhappy in your job or want to change jobs or need to make money, visit yourretirementmiracle.com and freedomforcefinancial.com and call 561.852.0000 for further information. Please watch this Short video for a brief overview on FEG. youtu.be/ XD7zpz9fMd4. Ross Mandel is the speaker at the Luxury Chamber network, 6 to 8 p.m. June 17 at Alpine Jaguar, 6606 N. Andrews Ave. Ft. Lauderdale. Register at luxurychamber.com. 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 is the best networking group in the area and meets at the West Boca Library on 441, just north of Yamato Road on alternate Wednesdays from 5:30 p.m. Check out the website for openings in some categories. Call 561.852.0000 for further information. 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. 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Proverbs 31:30The 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 Page 3 Municipal News Page 11 Section B Page 13 ColumnistsPage 21 Business Page 22 Sports Page 28 Games Page 31 Barrys 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 1483for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMay 31, through June 6, 2013Community News Community NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune By Fred HamiltonAs a realtor Mitch Smith knows firsthand the difference a coat of paint can make. So it wasnt the new look of the house for children in need that floored him but the teamwork his coworkers showed in doing the goodwill effort. There are no words to describe how special this day was. I am speechless, Smith said after the daylong project. We have just made so many children so happy. Cant wait to see the Haven open. We will remember this day forever. Volunteers from Keller Williams Realty put a fresh coat of paint on what will become a welcoming campus for children in need at a Place of Hope at the Haven Campus in Boca Raton. As part of Keller William Realtys RED (Renew, Energize and Donate) Day, employees and supporters painted six buildings on the new Place of Hope at the Haven Campus on May 9. The 14-acre campus is being readied for full operations to serve children ages 5-17, who have been removed from their homes because of abuse, neglect and/or abandonment. RED Day is a company-wide effort by Keller William Realty, held annually on the second Thursday in May, which invites tens of thousands of Realty associates from throughout the U.S. and Canada to participate in community-building projects. Realty associates devote their time and energy to renewing and energizing aspects of their local communities. In south Palm Beach County, Keller William Realtys East Boca Raton Market Center chose to help Place of Hopes new campus. In addition to painting the buildings, the associates raised $5,000 to support the project. Other project supporters included Sherwin Williams, which donated a portion of the supplies; Mike Tomasso, owner of Tomassos Pizza & Subs, and Marta L. Aislant, realtor at Keller Williams, who donated sandwiches and ice; Luciano Farias, general manager of Boca Rio Golf Club, who donated food, beverages and helpers; VanDyk Mortgage, First Priority Title Company, and Cousins USA, which donated supplies; and Melanie Proulx of Melanie Proulx Photography, who donated her photography services. We are so excited for the kind of support and friendship we received from the business community of Boca Raton, said Charles Bender, Place of Hope executive director. We are looking forward to offering programs and services on our new campus; and if this outpouring is any indication, our expansion into Boca Raton will be a successful one. Place of Hope at the Haven campus is extremely grateful to the volunteers of Keller Williams Realty, and to the businesses that supported their RED Day. Thank you all for choosing to help Place of Hopes children, Bender said. Place of Hope is a faith-based, statelicensed child welfare organization that provides familystyle foster care (emergency and long-term); family outreach and intervention; maternity care; safety for domestic minor sexually trafficked victims; transitional housing and support services; adoption and foster care recruitment and support; hope and healing opportunities for children and families who have been traumatized by abuse and neglect. Place of Hope at the Haven Campus, Inc. is the operational base of Place of Hope in south Palm Beach County, located at 21441 Boca Rio Rd. To learn more about the programs and services, visit www. placeofhope.com, www.haven4kids. org; or call 561-775-7195.Volunteers Give Place of Hope a Facelift
4 -Edition 148 May 31, through June 6, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comCommunity News rf rntrnb rf rntrnb SM Visit www.spendLO.com, or call 561.300.5329 today! C M Y CM MY CY CMY K BTad_BOCA_0313_color18.pdf 1 3/8/13 3:22 PM 26th Annual Rotary Golf Tournament Raises More Than $100,000The Rotary Club of Boca Raton Sunrise and the Rotary Club Downtown Boca Raton announced that the May 9th Golf Tournament held at Boca Lago Country Club raised more than $100,000. The announcement was jointly made by Co-chairs Bob Hildreth and Norman Matus. The two clubs honored the esteemed Dr. Ira J. Gelb, a visionary and medical leader who planted the seed for a medical school that came to fruition as the FAU Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine. Dr. Gelb serves as a leader in his role of Assistant Dean for PreBaccalaureate Programs, CoDirector of Cardiology and Clinical Professor of Biomedical Science. He has also received the FAU Presidents Distinguished Service Medallion. This tournament was such an incredible success due to a very worthy honoree and two very dedicated clubs that worked hard to make this a wonderful experience for everyone involved, said Hildreth. A key to the success and excitement of the fundraiser was selling tickets for the chance to win a 2013 Hyundai Elantra, generously donated by Delray Hyundai he added. We are overwhelmed by the financial success of this tournament. We had a substantial increase in Sponsors and participation for the annual event added Matus. This is a perfect example of two clubs are better than one. Each member of the first place foursome, that included Chris McFarland, Rich McFarland, Matt Thompson and Scott Wilson, was presented with a crystal trophy and $50 gift certificate to Uncle Tais restaurant. The second place foursome, that included Sharon DiPietro, Ingrid Fulmer, Kendra Fulmer and Debbie Schmidt, was presented with $25 gift certificate. During a celebratory dinner ceremony following the days play, Dr. Gelb was presented with a leather portfolio containing a journal of all the congratulatory ads and messages that were placed in his honor. The event committee also included Dr. Steve Alman, Marleen Forkas, Deborah Freudenberg, David Katz, Daniel Spandau and Honorary Co-Chairs Dr. Robert Colton, Eric Glasband, and Larry Nagle. For information about these Rotary Clubs, please visit www. rotarydowntownbocaraton.org and www.rotarybocasunrise.org.
Edition 1485for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMay 31, through June 6, 2013Community News COMMUNITY NEWS FAU English Professor Joins John Irving, Joyce Carol Oates and Others in Receiving Pushcart PrizeFlorida Atlantic University Professor Ayse Papatya Bucak has been awarded the prestigious Pushcart Prize, an award given annually for the best poetry, short fiction and essays published in the small press. Others who have received this honor include Joyce Carol Oates, John Irving and Tim OBrien. Bucak, an associate professor of creative writing within FAUs Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, won for her short story Iconography, which is about a Turkish girl at an American University that goes on a hunger strike. Bucak also was recently awarded the PEN/O. Henry Prize for her story The History of Girls. I'm particularly happy to win a Pushcart as the series supports small and independent presses, which are really the life-blood for short story writers, said Bucak. The story is part of a collection that Bucak is writing that all have something to do with her version of Turkishness. Bucak was born in Turkey and raised in the United States. She earned an M.F.A. from Arizona State University and a B.A. from Princeton University. She has been at FAU since 2003, and received an Individual Artists Grant from the state of Florida in 2005. She directs the M.F.A. program in creative writing at FAU. BEST QUALITY AND VALUE IN TRAVEL
6 -Edition 148 May 31, through June 6, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comCOMMUNITY NEWS attendees congregated in front of a monument dedicated to all men and women who served in the armed forces. Among the dignitaries were Mayor Susan Whelchel, Vice Mayor Susan Haynie, Council members Constance J. Scott and Michael Mullaugh and Palm Beach County Mayor Steven Abrams. Senior citizens stood with help from their canes and toddlers stood with help from their parents as the distinctive sound of bagpipes playing Amazing Grace filled the morning air. Norman Rockwell couldnt have painted a more patriotic scene While the scene was Rockwellian, the message was simple: Honor those who serve. This message of remembrance has been tarnished in recent years by the prevalence of shopping sales and barbecues, said Bobbi George, a whose husband retired from the US Marine Corps after 25 years, Memorial Day is not a day for commercialization, George said. Its a day to pay respect and pay honor to those whove been in or are in the armed service.Continued from page 1 More Pictures of Memorial Day on pages B4 and B5
Edition 1487for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMay 31, through June 6, 2013COMMUNITY NEWS COMMUNITY BRIEFS bocaratontribune.comHospital Celebrates National Cancer Survivors day The Eugene M. & Christine E. Lynn Cancer Institute at Boca Raton Regional Hospital will honor members of the community who are living beyond the diagnosis of cancer and seeking wellness into the future on National Cancer Survivors Day. The event will be Sunday, June 2 at 9:30 a.m. at the Harvey & Phyllis Sandler Pavilion, 701 NW 13th Street, Boca Raton. National Cancer Survivors Day is an annual worldwide Celebration of Life that is held in hundreds of communities throughout the United States, Canada, and other participating countries. This years celebration will focus on adding to our Wall of Hope in honor and memory of our cancer patients and their caregivers. The Wall of Hope began prior to the opening of the Harvey & Phyllis Sandler Pavilion. Cancer survivors, their families and clinical staff had the opportunity to design a tile to be included on a wall in the CancQer Centers first floor. During Survivors Day events tiles are created and participants are able to leave their own legacy at LCI. FAUs Health Administration Degree Programs Wins Healthcare Case Competition Florida Atlantic Universitys undergraduate and graduate student teams from the College of Business health administration programs recently won the South Florida Healthcare Executive Forums 2013 Student Case Competition. I believe that the results of this case competition speak volumes about the quality of our health administration programs, said Dennis Palkon, Ph.D., professor and director of the health administration program at FAU. FAUs faculty is educating their students to analyze problems and determine sound solutions in one of our nations most challenging industries. FAUs undergraduate student team took first place in their category, and was awarded $1,000 and a plaque for the case titled, Physician Leadership: MetroHealth System of Cleveland. FAUs graduate team also was awarded $500 for their third place finish for the same case. As part of the annual competition, each FAU student team is affiliated with a local hospital and respective mentor. This year undergraduate students worked with Joe DiMaggio Childrens Hospital, and graduate students worked with Broward Health. Students were able to network with senior executives representing health students by sponsoring case competitions at the annual student conference and networking event. For more information, contact Palkon at 561-297-3208 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Boomers to Support Midwest Storm Relief In the wake of the recent tornadoes that devastated Oklahoma and Texas, all Palace Entertainment parks will collect donations for American Red Cross Disaster Relief. Guests will be able to make donations at registers upon entering the park beginning Saturday, May 25 through Sunday, June 2. All donations will be sent directly to the Red Cross for Spring Storms 2013. Palace Entertainment operates Boomer in Boca Raton. We know people want to help and dont always know how, said Palace Entertainment President and CEO, Fernando Eiroa. This is our way to facilitate. Guests can donate as little as $1every little bit we can collect will help the victims in the city of Moore and other affected communities,
8 -Edition 148 May 31, through June 6, 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 There is a DierenceLet me distinguish Memorial Day weekend from Memorial Day. This past weekend, the first of the holidays that bookend the American summer, I could have been a rich man if I had gotten a dollar each time I heard someone mention going to a cookout on Memorial Day. I corrected a few, but after a while, I said there is no need to try because its too far gone, the barn door is already open. But when you think about it, its never too late to educate someone, especially considering that young people are learning every day. I can see how in our busy lives, its easy to just view the three-day weekend as the unofficial start of the summer vacation season. Most of us are glad to have a Monday off from work, and were preoccupied by the sporting events, barbecues and picnics. For me, the weekend was simply a chance to pause before a busy summer schedule commences. Too often, we fall short on the reverent reflection, missing the opportunity for important teaching moments for ourselves and our children. While to many, Memorial Day may be about fun, food and family, the day deserves to stand apart as a reverent reflection on the sacrifice of 1.3 million men and women who gave, as Abraham Lincoln put it, the last full measure of devotion in service to the country in military conflicts. Its precise origins are a little murky, in that dozens of cities and towns set aside a day to honor those killed in the Civil War, or the War Between the States, by decorating their graves with flowers, flags and other symbols of respect. The first Decoration Day was May 30, 1868, and was observed at Arlington National Cemetery where the tradition of placing a flag on the graves of soldiers killed in the Civil War was started. Most Southern states did not observe Decoration Day as it wasnt an official holiday and was only marked as an observance for the Norths Civil War dead. It wasnt until after World War I that the observance was called Memorial Day and was held to honor all who fought and died for their country. In 1968 Congress adopted the Uniform Monday Holiday Act, which established the last Monday in May as Memorial Day, giving federal government workers a three-day weekend. The law went into effect in 1971. Its important to remember that the holiday weekend we enjoy came at a price. Its also important to pay your respects. On Saturday, I attended a beautiful memorial ceremony at the Delray Beach Memorial Gardens and on Monday, I went to the Boca Raton Cemetery where hundreds the city gathered pay homage to those who died. I was proud to see the attendance at both. People the young, old, disabled veterans and able bodies showed up. But I was also appalled at those who thought it was too early to pay their respects to those who gave their all. But thats a column for another day. Maybe I am wrong, but it seems Memorial Days luster has faded in recent years. Weve lost several thousand lives in Iraq and Afghanistan over the last decadeplus, but because less than 1 percent of Americans are directly involved in those wars, the nation has not displayed as much patriotic fervor as did generations past. Despite that, the soldiers and other service members who died in all our countrys wars, past and present, still deserve our respect and our recognition. After all, if it had not been for their service and their sacrifices, none of us would enjoy the freedoms we do today, including the freedom to celebrate this holiday. What Memorial Day should bring to mind is all of the military service men and women who have died in many wars to protect America. It was therefore intended as a day of mourning, not a day of fun. address. to the editor.Letter Guidelines Letters to the EditorDear Editor Your Tribune columnists are excellent especially the recent editorial, Thoughts from the Publisher (May 17-23), re the need to protect our free press from governmental attacks, such as the recent seizure of phone records from the Associated Press. Sincerely, Leo Shatin, Ph.D Social Relations Harvard University
Edition 1489for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMay 31, through June 6, 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. There is Music for Every Taste! By Douglas HeizerTHOUGHTS FROM THE PUBLISHER Since creation, music has been a positive factor impacting human lives. Im not speaking of formal, professional styles of this art in manifold expressions, but just pleasant sounds which only gradually came to be captured by instrumental or vocal composition and performance! As author William Edgar testified, music is so close to the heart of humans that although in some sense it is a universal (very difficult to say how or why!), in another sense it belongs to the essential diversity of human cultural life. I am inclined to believe that every human is a musical being from birth, though a large multitude shall never develop that inclination into a professional experience. Infants in their cribs, develop interest in sounds very early, and also start making their own music long before they can utter any word. Even in cultures still primitive, babies respond positively in going to sleep at the sound of a lullaby, as it also happens in any more advanced culture. Indeed, persons at varied stages of their development are responsive to music, whether vocally performed, or instrumentally presented. It may come from radio, television, a recording, or any other means of eliciting their interest. It also prompts many into an action being called for! Music through the ages often expresses unique characteristics of the culture in which it is born. Through the centuries musical instruments have been created and improved. Some music may be performed via one instrument or a full orchestra, through a vocal solo or a duet, a trio, a quartet, or an entire ensemble. Then, the styles also vary. There is music for every taste and for every occasion, whether you want to sit quietly and relax, march more confidently into war, whether your religious sentiments need a boost through sacred tunes, whether you wish to dance a tango, a waltz, or any other style of that art form. The simple fact that music is present at the most significant moments in human life is also evidence of this power, commented William Edgar. Personally, as a music lover, Im sad that today too much passes as music which fails to meet the standards traditionally associated with that art form. One of the key components of music, to be good, is harmony. Its not merely a combination of sounds which make noises, producing a cacophony! Regardless of your age, develop your appreciation for this unique gift human kind has been blessed with through the ages. Choose the types and styles which satisfy you and allow others to enjoy those which make a positive impact in their own lives, remembering, as our title suggests, there is music for every taste. Your challenge is simply to find and enjoy it!Rick Boxx wrote a great column this week that I thought I would share with you all that talks about effective leadership and how we can all apply that to our daily lives. Have a great week and God Bless, Douglas Heizer When my daughter, Megan, said she desired to become an occupational therapist. I did not understand this vocation or what such work would entail. That was before we attended an open house at Kansas University Medical Centers Graduate Program for Occupational Therapy. The program director first greeted all of the parents and prospective students, then proceeded to inform us that an occupational therapists job is to discover the dreams of the patient, then help them overcome their challenges to achieve those dreams. I had to marvel at this powerful picture of the impact an occupational therapist can have. The program director must have been a wise leader, because she could have described daily duties and would have been accurate in detailing what an occupational therapist does. Instead, she inspired and encouraged these students with a vision for changing lives. And in the process, she gained the support of parents who felt great enthusiasm about the meaningful roles their children could play in peoples lives. We see many biblical examples of the principle of inspiring followers with a great vision for the future. In Deuteronomy 3, for example, God said to Moses, But commission Joshua, and encourage and strengthen him, for he will lead this people across and will cause them to inherit the land that you will see. God was not just giving Joshua an assignment He was imparting vision for leading the Israelites. A savvy leader inspires others with a vision bigger and more important than the specific responsibilities involved in performing the job. You might know the story of the brick mason observed chipping at a large piece of granite, working as part of a large construction crew in Europe. When a passerby asked what he was doing, the mason replied, Im building a cathedral! That man had vision. The challenge for us as leaders is in communicating this vision, enabling people to see their work as bigger than themselves. It starts with us you cannot give away something you do not possess, so we need to have the greater vision ourselves before we can pass it on to others. That is why I was so impressed by the description of what an occupational therapist actually does. We spend so much of our time in business focused on the bottom line, striving for profits, that we often lose sight of a greater vision. In your company, you know the products and services you provide. But what is your vision how can your business make a positive, meaningful difference in the lives of people that you touch? Here are two biblical examples. Make clear what you expect them to do. When Jesus initially approached His future disciples, He needed to convince them to leave their accustomed work as fishermen. He simply gave them their new job description: Come, follow me, and I will make you fishers of men (Matthew 4:19). Communicate how lives can be changed. At the close of His earthly ministry, Jesus Christ made clear to His followers what He expected them to do: go and make disciples of all nationsteaching them to obey everything I have commanded you (Matthew 28:19-20). Copyright 2012, Integrity Resource Center, Inc. Adapted with permission from Integrity Moments with Rick Boxx, a commentary on issues of integrity in the workplace from a Christian perspective. To learn more about Integrity Resource Center or to sign up for Ricks daily Integrity Moments, visit www. integrityresource.org. His book, How to Prosper in Business Without Sacrificing Integrity, gives a biblical approach for doing business with integrityEffective Leaders Impart A Bigger Vision
10 -Edition 148 May 31, through June 6, 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 Grace Community Church 600 W. Camino Real Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-395-2811 Website: www.graceboca.org Sunday Worship: 9:15 am Contemporary 11 am Traditional 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 14811for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMay 31, through June 6, 2013Municipal NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune 4 Arrested in Boca Raton T-Mobile Store HeistBy Jason SchwartzAll four suspects accused of using handcuffs and pepper spray during an armed robbery at a T-Mobile store in December have been arrested almost six months later. Travas Byrd, Allen Eugene, Clinton Johnson and Georges Richardson are all in custody after a lengthy investigation, police said. Investigators released information and photographs of the robbery at 2301 West Glades Road and suspects to the media. They then received information that Byrd was one of the suspects. Through tips from Crime Stoppers and help from detectives with BSOs Robbery Unit, detectives identified the other three suspects as well as the look-out person. In December, two men entered the store and acted like customers before pulling out guns and forcing two employees and a customer into a storage area in the back of the store, police said. Two more men entered the store and helped handcuff and pepper spray the victims. The gunmen got away with cash, phones and the victims personal belongings. One of the victims was able to use a cellphone to call 911, but the gunmen got away before police arrived. The victims were taken to Boca Raton Regional Hospital for treatment. Later that month, Byrd was arrested in Broward County on an unrelated warrant. Detectives said Byrd, who had a cellphone that had been stolen during the T-Mobile robbery, confessed and implicated Eugene as the mastermind behind the crime. In January, authorities in Broward County arrested Eugene on an unrelated robbery warrant. Eugene then admitted to his participation in the robbery and claimed to have pepper sprayed the victims, but he refused to name his cohorts, detectives said. Johnson was arrested in Broward County on a probation violation charge earlier this month. Detectives said Johnsons sister and probation officer identified him from the surveillance photograph of the robbery. He also implicated himself during several telephone calls he made from jail, they said.Boca Raton Police search for suspect who attacked residentBoca Raton, FL Detectives from the Boca Raton Police Services Department are investigating an assault that took place shortly after 1:00 am on May 28 in the 2200 block of NE 2nd Avenue. The victim advised that he was taking his garbage out to the trash cans, located in a fenced area on the north side of the house. He says thats when he was hit above the left eye with an unknown object. The victim said when he turned around he saw a Hispanic male holding a gun in his right hand. He says he grabbed the suspects gun hand and he heard a shot discharged into the air. The victim lost his balance and fell to the ground. While on his back, the suspect pointed the gun at him and pulled the trigger, but it only made a click noise and did not discharge. The suspect took off on foot in an unknown direction. The victim yelled to his brother, who was sleeping in the house, to call police. The victim also had several cuts to his right arm and right midsection and thinks the suspect had a knife in his other hand. The suspect is described as a Hispanic male, 5 tall thin build wearing all dark clothes. Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Chris Suarez at 561-6206146 or Crime Stoppers at 800-458TIPS. Boca Raton Police remind beachgoers of auto burglariesBoca Raton, FL Many beachgoers do not want to take all of their possessions onto the sand and often leave valuables unattended in their vehicles. As we move into the summer beach season with kids out of school and holiday weekends approaching, the Boca Raton Police Services Department is reminding everyone to take valuables out of their cars. To help spread the message, a plane will fly a banner over Boca Raton beaches, reminding visitors that they need to remove their personal property from the car. Other tips include: doors. vehicle clean and free of valuables. your vehicle, place them in the trunk prior to arrival at your destination. Thieves may be watching as you arrive. As you leave your vehicle to enjoy your day at the beach, be aware of your surroundings. Look for people who loiter, lift door handles, or are looking into vehicle windows. Report these people to police by calling (561) 368-6201 or 911. Make your stay at the beach safe and enjoyable.
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Edition 148 B1Section B May 31, through June 6, 2013www.bocaratontribune.com A Lovely, Bittersweet Dancing at LughnasaENTERTAINMENTSee page B2 The Boca Raton Tribune B Section B Boca See page B3Ristorante Sapori Consistantly Superior Italian Cuisine FOOD REVIEW City Of Boca Raton Announces Sunset Music Series, Brings Sounds Of Summer To Downtowns Mizner Park AmphitheaterThe City of Boca Raton has announced a Summer Sunset Music Series, bringing live entertainment to Downtowns Mizner Park Amphitheater at 590 Plaza Real, starting Saturday, June 8. The series will headline with the Plain White Ts (Hey There Delilah) as part of the 97.9 WRMF & 107.9 Sunny Party in the Park on Saturday, June 8 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 per person for general admission, standing room only, and available at www.frontgatetickets. com. Chairs are available to rent inside the venue for $5.00. FREE concerts continue throughout the summer months with something for everyone. The musical variety includes everything from rock and reggae to salsa and symphony. The Saturday concerts are scheduled to begin just as the sun goes down, giving attendees time to enjoy dinner in Downtown Boca before heading to the Amphitheater. Blankets and chairs are welcome, but for convenience, chairs will also be available to rent for $5.00. Sunday programs start at 6:00 pm. Attendees are encouraged to walk, bike, car pool and use free parking at City Hall and the Boca Raton Library. Preferred parking is available adjacent to the amphitheater for $10.00. Limited parking is also available in Mizner Park. Food and beverages will be available to purchase inside the venue, including Tomassos Pizza. No outside alcoholic beverages are allowed. All shows are rain or shine. Sunday, June 9 6:00 p.m. The Symphonia Boca Raton Take a Walk down the Great White Way with the Symphonia Brass Saturday, June 15 8:14 p.m. Ruffhouse (Reggae) Sunday, June 16 6:00 p.m. FAU Old Time Concert in the Park Saturday, June 22 8:16 p.m. Jimmy Stowe (Jimmy Buffet Tribute Band) Sunday, July 7 6:00 p.m. The Symphonia Boca Raton America the Beautiful Kyle Prescot, conductor FAU Wind Ensemble and members of the Symphonia Saturday, July 13 8:16 p.m. Carlos Oliva (Latin Salsa/Samba) Saturday, July 20 8:13 p.m. Kirk Green (Jazz Infused Reggae/Island) Sunday, August 11 6:00 p.m. The Symphonia Boca Raton From Bach to Bernstein Additional concerts include The Monkees on Saturday, July 27, presented by AEG Live, Steely Dan on Thursday, September 12 and Fun. with Tegan and Sara presented by Live Nation. Tickets for these concerts are available at www.ticketmaster.com For more information visit www.mizneramphitheater.com or www. downtownboca.org For recorded information call (561) 544-8600.
May 31, through June 6, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com B2 Edition 148 Section B Entertainment Skip SheffieldA Lovely, Bittersweet Dancing at LughnasaHand it to the Irish to find the beauty in struggling, suffering and failing to reach an elusive goal. Brian Friels Dancing at Lughnasa is a lyrical and lovely, bittersweet memory play set in the year 1936, wonderfully realized by Palm Beach Dramaworks through June 16 at 201 Clematis St., West Palm Beach. Lughnasa tells the melancholy yet enchanting tale of five grown sisters in the tiny fictional village of Ballybeg, in 1936, just as the Spanish Civil War is heating up and the Nazis are gaining power. Older brother Jack (John Leonard Thompson) is on leave from 25 years at a Leper colony in the African British colony of Uganda. As the story unfolds it becomes apparent Jacks retirement is not entirely voluntary. The story is told by Michael Evans (Declan Mooney), the grown illegitimate son of the dreamy youngest sister, Chris (Gretchen Porro). The father of Michael is Gerry Evans (Cliff Burgess), a Welsh traveling salesman with a gift of the blarney. Eldest daughter Kate (Julie Rowe) is a devout Catholic and the only one gainfully employed as a teacher. Maggie (Meghan Moroney) serves cheerfully as the familys cook and maid. Agnes (Margery Lowe) is a shy, quiet woman who harbors a fierce crush on dashing Gerry Evans. Rose (Erin Joy Schmidt) is none too bright, but filled with the joy of life and expectation of love. In Act One the ladies anticipate attending a dance in town. In Act Two they deal with harsher realities of job loss, Gerrys departure for war, and the departure of two of the sisters. Directed with almost supernatural sensitivity by J. Barry Lewis, Lughnasa is beautifully staged on a set by newcomer Jeff Modereger, artfully lighted by Ron Burns, with precise sound production by Steve Shapiro involving vintage radio broadcasts and old-time music. In an ensemble show like this there are no star turns. You love each character for what she is. Less admirable are the males, but we understand. This is a memory play, and thats how it was in Ireland in 1936: sad but lovely. Tickets are $55 ($10 students). Call 561-514-4042 or go to www. palmbeachdramaworks.org. Tick Tick Boom! Rings True Ah, to be young, gifted and insecure! That describes playwright/ composer Jonathan, creator of Tick Tick Boom!, onstage through June 9 at the Mizner Park Studio Theatre. Boom is the second effort by the young, gifted Outre Theatre Company, and it is a much more satisfying effort than their inaugural The Wild Party. For one thing Boom had a previous production with two of the same principals: Mike Westrich as Larsons alter ego Jonny and Sabrina Lynn Gore as his aspiring dancer girlfriend Susan. The setting is New York City just a week before Jonnys 30th birthday. Adding to the pressure is a workshop production of Jonnys ambitious musical Superbia. Jonny has word that potential backers will be at the show, and perhaps even his artistic idol, Stephen Sondheim. Adding to Jonnys general malaise is the fact Susan wants to give up her show business dreams and move to some place peaceful, say Cape Cod. Jonnys best friend Michael (Jerel Brown) has already bailed and taken a lucrative job at an advertising firm. Michael gently nudges Jonny that he could be using his creative energy in a more practical way by selling stuff for others. Michael Westrich, who was previously seen in Slow Burn Theatres terrific Avenue Q, is a compact, nervously energetic guy who embodies the love/hate dynamic of a searching, desperately creative soul. Westrich has a powerful, wideranging belt voice ideally suited to Larsons eclectic pop-oriented songs. Sabrina Gore is also a very strong singer, though seeing her as a dance professional is a bit of a stretch. Gore embodies the power of a woman who feels her time is running out, and is willing to make the most of herself with or without the man she loves. Jerel Brown is a new and welcome addition to the mnage a trios as Michael, a gay man and successful advertising whose time is also running out. The very tall and black singer/actor contrasts comically with his diminutive, pale and harried co-star. If you have seen Rent you will recognize the pop-operatic style of the songs, with plot-advancing titles such as /90, Green, Green Dress, Johnny Cant Decide, and the droll Sondheim tribute/ parody Sunday. The tunes are played by an onstage quartet led by musical director Kristen Long at the keyboards. The musicians, including drummer Mark Annio, guitarist Danny butler and bassist David Carrey at one point join in on the action. They are very precise. One can only wish they get more off book to be more fully engaged. Director Skye Whitcomb stages the show efficiently in one act without intermission for an attention-deficit audience, Jonathan Larson went on to win a Pulitzer Prize for his rock opera Rent. He died at the young, tragic age of 39 on the first night of previews, never realizing his masterpiece would be so appreciated. For this reason Tick Tick Boom rings oh so true. Tickets are $20-$30. Call 954-300-2149 or go to www. outretheatrecompany.com.
Edition 148 B3Section B May 31, through June 6, 2013www.bocaratontribune.com Ristorante Sapori Consistantly Superior Italian Cuisine Food Review Marc Kent Since 1993 Owner/Chef Marco has developed and refined a menu of creative dishes that we applaud. The standard menu features Stracciatellaan egg drop type soup, a yellow lentil and the truly Italian pasta e fagioli-each one full flavored but each one light on the palate. From the 11 salads listed, we chose both a Caesar, superior taste with or without a dusting of parmesan and a bit of black pepper, then a sweet and tangy salad of arugula, strawberries and gorgonzola with a fine vin cotto dressingcool and delightful. 8 starters from the sea include; baked shrimp oreganata with a bit of garlic flare then the baked sea scallops New England style(same accent as oreganata but without any garlic). Both were outstanding as was the grilled calamari steak salad with cucumber and tomato, a fine tasty dish. 7 starters from the land included the antipasti Sapori plate with prosciutto, roasted peppers, salami abruzzese, home made mozzarella, tomato and sliced parmigiano regginao and white anchovies.a nice variety of tastes. A listing of The Unchangeable included a fine Veal Scallopine alla Saltimbocca full flavored with spinach and prosciutto. Other veal dishes are Scaloppini alla Pizzaiola, Veal Scaloppini topped with Sweetbreads and Porchini Sauce plus a roasted veal chop with scallops, plum tomato and rosemary then a Roasted Veal Chop with bacon, herbs, mushrooms and onion. 3 chicken variations are listed as well. Perfection in the preparation of pasta is the hallmark of superior Italian cooking. Some 16 creative pasta dishes are offered bearing creative ingredients and sauces. FYI Each Tuesday and Thursday, special home made pasta and sauces are available watch the Saporis pasta Lady, Heidi, make her magic! A high light is the presentation of the fresh fish available for your consideration and inspection before being prepared to your style of cooking. We had a bronzini, the queen of Mediterranean fish, sauted then boned at tableside. A delicious fish, done properly for a magnificent taste. We were gifted with a giant ravioli wherein the filling of ricotta was combined with a raw egg yolk and truffle, sealed and baked. The egg blending with the ricotta and truffles to produce a pillow with a delicious earthy taste enhanced by fresh truffle shavingsBravo! We had a superb Fettuccini Alfredo, light yet full flavored and a vegetarian Gnocchi di Patate Al Domodoro seedless strained San Marzano tomatoes pureed with onion and basil perfect on the palate! There are three Sapori Signatures Dishes: sweet and sour salmon-a filet encrusted with seseme seeds topped with encrusted julienne vegetables and sweet and sour sauce. Coccioa variety of both seafood and shellfish baked in terracotta with guazzetto broth. Also Snapper Sciliana with diced eggplant, capers, tomatoes and basil! We note a roster of Intingoli (accented flavors), for the diner to choose. Sapori lists 11 variations for your pleasureask the server to help you select the perfect taste to your selected entrees. Of the seven disserts available this evening Gladys, Arnold and this reviewer tasted the house made ricotta cheesecake (very, very light), a fine tiramisu with perfect flavor, a classic creme caramel and a white and bright panna cotta. Each one a taste treat, an excellent way to end an excellent meal. Ristorante Sapori is located at 301 via de Palmas in Royal Palm Plaza, Boca Raton (561-368-9229) and is open 7 days for dinner. from 5:30PM to 9:30PM. Luncheon is served 12noon to 2:30PM on Mondays to Fridays. Choose from their extended wine list or order from their full bar. The 20 year old bistro seats 56 inside and 20 on patio. For Italian food at its best Go and Enjoy!This week, independent record label Tate Music Group is happy to announce the much awaited release of Apollos self-titled album, Apollos. Produced by Tate Music Group, the album offers 5 tracks and is readily available for purchase nationwide at the iTunes Store, Amazon.com, or directly from TateMusicGroup.com. Plantation-based artist Apollo grew up in a musically inclined family, so it was no wonder that he has been blessed with exceptional talent in music. He wrote his first song when he was still about fifteen and formed his own band with his friends. Years later, Apollos career took a different turn as he began writing for the movie industry cartoon sitcoms. He was blessed with the opportunity to work alongside notable film producers. Now hes back to making more great music, and he hopes to reach out to as many people as he can through the songs he sings. The album Apollos will appeal to a wide range of music fans. Apollos will definitely amaze everyone with his edgy lyrics and powerful tunes. Be sure to check him out in upcoming events near you!Local Christian rock artist unveils new albumFour students from the band program in Florida Atlantic Universitys Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters have been selected as members of the 2013 National Intercollegiate Band. This nationwide program is held every two years, with applicants from all over the country. The 75 participants are selected through a rigorous screening process that requires each applicant to submit an audition recording, which then is blind screened by a panel of professional conductors. This year marks the most FAU students ever admitted to the National Intercollegiate Band, with just one being selected in both 2009 and 2011. The FAU students that were selected include Taiki Azuma (saxophone), Jessica Esposito (flute), Kyle Mechmet (saxophone) and Dylan Sanchez (clarinet). There were also three other members selected to be alternates. These include Jack Hernadez (percussion), Allison Riling (clarinet) and Dana Barker (trumpet). I am very proud of these students, said Kyle Prescott, FAU director of bands. Their accomplishments do a great deal to spread the word of FAUs program to the national level, and serve as a good indicator of the strong state of the FAU program in comparison to our own past, as well as to the rest of the nation today. The National Intercollegiate Band has provided the music world with the most talented of collegiate band members since it first began in 1933. This years ensemble, to be conducted by Anthony Maiello, will give the world premiere of a work composed for this occasion by John Mackey, one of the biggest names in the world of modern band music. The will perform in Springfield, Massachusetts in late July.Four Members of FAU Band Selected for 2013 National Intercollegiate Band
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Edition 14819for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMay 31, through June 6, 2013 you shall plant trees. Leviticus 19:23 When you shall come to the land When you shall come to the land A tree has been planted in Israel A tree has been planted in Israel Show them you care... Plant a Tree in Memory of a Loved One and plant a tree in Israel as a living tribute of your loved one.
20 -Edition 148 May 31, through June 6, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com R. Seelaus & Co., Inc.25 DeForest A venue, Suite 304 Summit, NJ 07901 www.rseelaus.com A Full Service Brokerage FirmCall 800.922.0584 for more information.M ember FINR A, SIPC 01/01/2046 Maturity 6.027% Coupon Price: $100 Municipal Bond Of fering6.027% Taxable Municipal BondNYC IDA Queens BaseballBa1/BBSinking Fund 01/01/2014 @ Par *Bonds are subject to price change and/or availabilit y Y ield and price given as of 5/21/2013. If bonds are sold prior to maturit y y ield and price may be higher or lower than original cost due to market fluctuation. AMBAC Insured Boca Raton Police BlotterW/F was arrested for driving while license suspended with knowledge subsequent to a traffic stop. Eric Brizel was arrested for DUI and possession of marijuana subsequent a traffic stop. Report written Jordi Panisello was arrested for domestic simple battery after he pushed and slapped his brother during an argument. Subject was arrested for possession of a crack pipe. A W/M/J was arrested for criminal mischief after he broke a window at the residence while causing a disturbance. The W/M/J was also charged with aggravated assault for throwing a large rock at one of the supervisors that tried to calm him down during the disturbance. While searching the area for an attempted burglary to residence (BRPD case 13-7390), the TAC team stopped a suspicious vehicle driven by a white male juvenile coming from the street the attempted burglary was on. Although suspicious, it could not be determined he was involved. He was arrested for 4.9 grams of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. A W/M/J was arrested for criminal mischief after he broke a window at the residence while causing a disturbance. The W/M/J was also charged with aggravated assault for throwing a large rock at one of the supervisors that tried to calm him down during the disturbance. W/M was attacked by an H/M with a pistol and knife. Complainant advised that 4 Apple iPads were taken from his office. Unknown subject burglarized Terry`s Hallmark and then gained entry into the adjacent business (AT&T). Victim reported that after being dropped off by the school bus at 1550 hours, he walked to the rear of his house to enter through the rear door when he interrupted a B/M using a 20lb dumbbell trying to gain access by smashing the door lock. The victim yelled and then ran to a neighbors house immediately afterward. The B/M subject left in an unknown direction with no entry being made into the home. Burglary to residence with computers and a piece of jewelry taken, total loss was $5572. There was no suspect information. B/M Anthony Berry shoplifted a Marry Claire Magazine valued at $4.00 Dollars. He was stopped at the door by the CVS Manager. A refusal to prosecute was signed. A vehicle was burglarized by an unknown subject. An I-Phone was taken from inside the vehicle. The victim advised unknown suspects stole the bumper off her 2000 Pontiac with the plate attached between 2000 hours on 05/28/13 to 0730 hours on 05/2913.
Edition 14821for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMay 31, through June 6, 2013 ColumnistsThe Boca Raton Tribune Michael 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. 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 REASON. 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 temple (Psalm 18:16). DETERMINE THE RESULT. Second, ask yourself, What can I learn from this? Every crisis is an opportunity to enlarge my perspective, 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.DIVORCE FLORIDA STYLEBy Mike Gora Visitation WarsQ: My former husband and I have been divorced for over seven years. Our daughter is now ten years old. When we were divorced, we both lived here. He has since moved to Los Angeles because another company bought out his company. He does very well financially. I have re-married; have a five-year-old son, and a new husband who is getting tired of spending a small fortune every year for my legal fees that become necessary because my Ex is a jerk when it comes to these issues. Since my re-marriage, which for some reason, seemed to re-energize my former husbands hatred for me, even though he ended the marriage by not understanding the meaning of the word monogamy, and sleeping with his secretary, who he later married. He chooses to torture me by inventing issues over child issues and the visitation schedule, which we adopted in our settlement agreement. So far, we have had to go back to court on the average of twice a year, for emergency and non-emergency matters. He, unilaterally, twice kept our daughter longer than the visitation period as make up time for time he missed because of his own business commitments. Another time he kept her over because he claimed that he her new best friend in California, was having a big birthday party that she did not want to miss. On two more occasions, he wanted to pick her up early to accommodate his work schedule. When I refused, he filed papers. One another occasion he fought against my wish to have our daughter enrolled in a private school, instead of public school, to be paid for my new husbands generosity. My Ex has never won any of the hearings that he caused over these shared parental responsibility issues, but seems to relish dragging me to court. The judges who have heard the case all seem disinterested, and blame both of us for a lack of communication and cooperation. After each of the hearings, my attorney has asked for fee awards. In each case, they were denied. Is there anything that I can do to stop the Ex from this costly nonsense? A: Under Florida law, except in most unusual circumstances, divorced parents are directed by their settlement agreements or final judgment after a trial, to abide by the concept of shared parental responsibility. The statute and case law makes it clear that shared parental responsibility means that the parents should cooperate with one anther in the raising of the child, or children in every way. They share all decision-making responsibilities regard health, education, welfare, religious decisions and every other decision in child raising other than day to day minutia. Clearly, in order to accomplish these goals there must be continuing good faith communication between the parents, and a great deal of flexibility by both. Of course, if the parents could communicate effectively and be flexible with one another they might have never divorced. The family court division of the Florida courts is overburdened, and, therefore resentful, of what is perceived as petty, expensive arguments. Judges frequently have a hard time focusing on the cause of the problems, and blame both parents. Thus, the judges are not helpful in ending these wars. To change any circular failure to communicate new elements have to be injected. Perhaps some therapy, perhaps bringing both your new husband and his new wife into direct involvement in the communication would help. Do not rely on the court system to solve these on going problems; it is not equipped to do so. How To Confront A CrisisFAITHBy Rick Warren
22 -Edition 148 May 31, through June 6, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comBusinessThe Boca Raton Tribune Construction Underway On Boca Raton Bridge HotelWhile the iconic Boca Raton Bridge Hotel is closed with construction fully underway on its total reinvention into a four-star luxury boutique hotel, advance reservations for guest rooms and banquets including holiday parties and weddings are brisk. Eager vacationers, business travelers, local residents and area companies have been planning ahead to ensure their opportunity to be among the first to indulge at the new jewel on the Boca Raton waterfront. The word is out that the highly anticipated transformation of the Bridge Hotel is going to be epic, and that it will be the place to be this Fall and Winter, notes hotel general manager Greg Kaylor. The pace for room reservations is strong with inquiries for booking holiday parties, small executive board meetings, and large commemorative and social events such as weddings and Bar Mitzvahs extremely active. All share they are seeking something new and memorable to start and celebrate the season, from December 1st through New Years Eve, Valentines Day and Easter. Kaylor reports that the hotel has been booking everything from individual guest room reservations and romance and vacation packages to 8-person board meetings and large business and social events, including holiday parties, weddings and fundraisers for up to 150 guests. Its 3,450 square feet of meeting and function space includes rooftop event space with unparalleled views of the Atlantic and the Intracoastal as well as newly renovated, state-ofthe-art meeting rooms with flexible seating options. Each meeting space will be equipped with the latest audiovisual technology and attentive staff. Its new event venue will also be available for private dinner parties and functions. Being reinvented to be more relevant and exciting to meet the desires and needs of todays discerning vacationers as well as social and business guests, the transformation plans will reposition the hotel into a premier South Florida experience with its own distinctive signature for the destination. The complete transformation to a luxury four-star hotel status will include the introduction of entirely new sense of arrival and relocation of hotels entrance, complete with a modern, contemporary, gallery-styled lobby. The aesthetic and structural plans also include an extensive property architectural reorientation featuring a new innovative interior design renovation concept for the registration area and guest rooms, and the addition of an indoor waterfront restaurant as well as expanded outdoor waterfront dining with a dock-to-dine waterfront promenade that flanks the propertys entire perimeter, and public spaces conceived by the commissioned Gensler design and architectural firm.
Edition 14823for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMay 31, through June 6, 2013 bocaratontribune.com Palm Tran Announces Limited-Stop Service for Route 1 Peak TimesPalm Tran is pleased to offer limited-stop bus service on Route 1 during weekday morning and afternoon peak times. Limitedstop service is available on a select number of weekday trips, in addition to regular service between Boca Raton and Palm Trans Intermodal Transit Center in downtown West Palm Beach. Limited-stop buses pick up and drop off customers only at predetermined stops along Route 1. There are 14 designated stops northbound and 12 southbound compared with regular Route 1 buses which may stop every 3 to 4 blocks. (Please see the attached schedule for times and stops.) Buses display Limited-Stop Route 1 in the exterior destination signs. This service change on Route 1 is to help improve on-time performance and provide quicker service between major transfer points along this route. During March and April, Palm Tran tested this concept and received a strong endorsement from riders. When successful, Palm Tran will look to expand limited stops on other trips on Route 1. Route 1 has the highest overall ridership of all Palm Tran routes, serving more than 9,000 passengers on an average weekday Oce Depot And OceMax Select The Boston Consulting Group To Provide Integration Support For Pending MergerOffice Depot, Inc. (NYSE: ODP) and OfficeMax Incorporated (NYSE: OMX) today announced that The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), a global management consulting firm, has been selected to provide integration support for the companies' proposed merger. The companies also announced the establishment of an Integration Management Office to oversee the integration planning process and appointed executives from both organizations to lead the effort. Neil Austrian, Chairman and CEO of Office Depot and Ravi Saligram President and CEO of OfficeMax will provide overall sponsorship and stewardship of the integration planning process. Bruce Besanko Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Administrative Officer for OfficeMax and Mike Newman Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Office Depot will co-chair the integration planning process and coordinate the overall effort. Vince Pierce Senior Vice President, Global Business Transformation for Office Depot and Paul Hoelscher Vice President, Treasury and Corporate Development for OfficeMax will colead the Integration Management Office and guide day-to-day integration design and planning. The Boston Consulting Group will be responsible for working with the management teams from both companies to help define the priorities, vision, and guiding principles of the integration process. They will work closely with the two companies' integration leaders to establish a detailed integration plan that includes defining Day 1 priorities, preparing functional and synergy planning timelines, refining and establishing baseline and topdown synergies, conducting a culture assessment, and supporting the development of change management and communication plans. "Capturing sustained economic value in a merger is one of the most critical elements of success for a global company," said Saligram. "I am confident that partnering with BCG will enable us to define a rigorous integration strategy that helps us to capture the long-term strategic benefits of the merger and to obtain bottom line results as quickly as possible to maximize shareholder value." "Today's announcement marks the next important milestone in the process of bringing our two great companies together and creating a global office solutions company," Austrian said. "With the support of BCG, we will pursue our objectives of ensuring a smooth and productive transition, appropriately managing risks, and capturing the maximum of annual cost synergies -projected to be $400-600 million by the third year following the transaction's close." BCG will provide a dedicated, on-site support team comprised of senior leaders, strategic advisors, and functional experts with extensive integration experience and deep understanding of multi-channel distribution and the global office supply industry. BCG has helped global and multinational clients integrate hundreds of mergers and acquisitions in the last five years. Transaction Details On February 20, 2013, OfficeMax and Office Depot announced their entry into an agreement to combine their companies in a merger of equals aimed at building a stronger, more efficient competitor able to meet the growing challenges of a rapidly changing industry. The merger process is ongoing, and the transaction is expected to close by the end of calendar year 2013, subject to stockholder approval from both companies, the receipt of regulatory approvals and the satisfaction of other customary closing conditions. TRTB is pleased to offer results of the first 25 days of activity on its new entertainment shopping site, True2Bid. Without any advertising, as the site had a controlled soft launch for the first 10 days, it experienced over 2,500 organic visitors to the site, with an incredibly high rate of signups of over 10% of all those visiting. In addition, the site generated 27,000 new visitors from a controlled campaign to bring unrelated activity to the site for the purposes of testing site efficiency. We have created over 1,100 auctions in the first 25 days, with winnings totaling in the thousands of dollars. Revenue has fallen just short of total costs of auctions by only a minimal amount. This is a result of our focus on improvement of the site rather than promotional events. Management is extremely pleased with the results, considering the focus has been to quickly climb the learning curve with respect to customer service, shipment of goods, and updating auctions hourly. As a result of our users activity, the Company is improving the platform in preparation for a full rollout. William Bollander CEO and Chairman states, "I have been pleasantly surprised at the dollar revenue per user considering we have done almost no marketing to stimulate activity. The average first time Bid Package purchase amount is approximately $35.00. Most users have purchased more than one bid package and almost everyone has won at least one auction. Not surprisingly, most are becoming acquainted with the Bids Back feature, which is stimulating interesting strategies for bidders," says William Bollander CEO and Chairman. Mr. Bollander continues, "we are employing our long term strategy in a controlled and measured rollout, users will be surprised as we enhance our product lineup significantly in the coming weeks." In the next 14 days, we anticipate commencing a full fledged advertising campaign with Google's assistance, which will be co-managed by our staff. Much of the site's content will be updated to coincide with the direction of the advertising, as well as to provide a more fluid experience for fist time visitors. Please watch as we begin the transformation of the site to a new and exciting platform for entertainment shopping, "Where The Only Risk Is Having Fun". True2Bid offers a new and innovative way to purchase the goods you want, at prices you love, personally experiencing "The Only Risk Is Having Fun". True2Bid O And Running
24 -Edition 148 May 31, through June 6, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comBusiness News 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 (95) 6355352 9 5 4 6 3 5 5 3 5 2 Grand Villa of Delray West, an independent and assisted living senior residential community, has appointed Helen Altieri as its executive director. Senior Management Advisors, Inc. (SMA) and ValStone Partners, LLC announced the acquisition of the community, along with an adjacent community now known as Grand Villa of Delray East, earlier this year. We are truly fortunate to have someone of Helens caliber in this position, filling what we consider an extremely important role in our organization, says Steven Piazza, president of Senior Management Advisors. Our collaboration with ValStone represents a major investment in the Delray Beach community; one we believe will meet a real local need for high quality senior living options. Altieri, a high-performing professional with 20 years of experience in the senior living and healthcare industries, has held management-level positions in all phases of senior living, including memory care/dementia, assisted living, independent living and skilled nursing care. Before joining SMA and Grand Villa of Delray Beach West, she was area director of community relations for Sunrise Senior Living in Boca Raton, overseeing community relations in three communities. Prior to that she was administrator of Westchester Assisted Living in Sunrise; director of marketing, Margate Health Care Center; executive director of Colony Club of Sunrise and general manager of Westbrooke at Inverrary in Fort Lauderdale. Certified as an Alzheimers Level I and II trainer in the state of Florida and in Assisted Living Core Training, she is a member of Alzheimers Association S.E. Florida Chapter, Broward Coalition on Ageing, Florida Guardianship Association and Parkinsons Educational Network. She has been a resident of Delray Beach for 19 years.Grand Villa of Delray West Names Helen Altieri as Executive Director
Edition 14825for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMay 31, through June 6, 2013Business News Diabetes Research Institute Foundation President and CEO Robert A. Pearlman Stepping Down After 20 Years After successfully leading the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation (DRIF) for two decades, Robert A. Pearlman 67, of Boca Raton, FL, announced that he will be stepping down from his position as president and CEO effective June 30, 2013. Mr. Pearlman was recruited to the DRI Foundation in 1993, after a 25-year career in the fundraising field, to increase funding for the Diabetes Research Institute (DRI) at the University of Miami, the sole beneficiary of its support. During his tenure, the Foundation and the DRI experienced exponential growth, developing into one of the premier diabetes organizations and a recognized world-leader in curefocused diabetes research. Under his leadership, the DRIF has raised approximately $300 million and, in the process, became the largest contributor to the University of Miami in its history. Mr. Pearlman presided over three consecutive five-year campaigns which increased fundraising more than 15 percent per year. When Mr. Pearlman steps down at the end of this fiscal year, the annual campaign will close 13 percent over this year's goal and up 34 percent over last year. "We thank and honor Bob for his tremendous service for the last 20 years. He built the Diabetes Research Institute and Foundation into a world-class institution and has made a tremendous impact on shortening our timeline toward the discovery of a cure for diabetes," said Harold G. Doran, Jr. chairman of the DRIF's National Board of Directors. "Bob is leaving us in a strong and exciting position to move toward our goal of a cure and continue our momentum after unveiling the DRI BioHub earlier this year." "It has been an incredible privilege and personally gratifying for me to have led the DRI Foundation for the last 20 years and to have worked side by side with Dr. Camillo Ricordi director of the DRI. I've been surrounded by an incredible team at both the Institute and Foundation, many of whom have been at the organization even longer than me. I'm confident that with this team in place the mission to cure diabetes will be achieved," said Mr. Pearlman. DRI Foundation Chief Operating Officer Deborah Chodrow will become acting president and CEO on July 1, 2013. She will serve in this capacity as the organization conducts a national search for a permanent successor. Mr. Pearlman will remain a consultant to the Foundation for a period of time to ensure a smooth transition for his successor.
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28 -Edition 148 May 31, through June 6, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comSportsThe Boca Raton Tribune MLS Supporters Shield leaders FC Dallas Defeats Fort Lauderdale Strikers 2-0 in the Third Round of The Lamar Hunt US Open Cup.By: Pedro HeizerMLS side FC Dallas defeated the Fort Lauderdale Strikers of the North American Soccer League 2-0 in Fort Lauderdale on Tuesday May 28. The win is FC Dallas first Open Cup road victory since 2007. However, dont let the score fool you, this was a very hard-fought and chippy game by both sides. Fort Lauderdale nearly took the lead in the third minute as Walter Restrepo slid behind the FC Dallas defense. Goalkeeper Chris Seitz came out quick off his line, however, and smothered the opportunity. The Strikers took it to us in the first half, said FC Dallas head coach Schellas Hyndman. A lot of that was enthusiasm, and they tried to set the tone early in the match. Fort Lauderdale started out the very well; both sides looked very equally matched in the first half. The Striker had two great chances on goal courtesy of Walter Restrepo. Strikers midfielder Walter Restrepo threatened the Dallas goal twice in the early moments of the match. His first shot from point blank range was saved by Chris Seitz in the second minute. Restrepos second attempt in the 11th minute, a chip shot over Seitz, hit the cross bar before rolling uncontested back into the Dallas keepers hands. He was an aggravation for us up front, said Hyndman of Restrepos presence throughout the game. We knew Walter and Darnell had some speed that would give them trouble, said Fort Lauderdale Strikers head coach Daryl Shore. You have to give credit to the guys behind them that were able to put them in good situations. We dominated the game for most part, Restrepo said. We had the better chances, but they were able to finalize on their two chances. I thought for the first 54 minutes we were the better team, added Shore. Were very disappointed because we thought we deserved better given how we played. FC Dallas finally broke through in the second half to take the lead. Midfielder Je-Vaughn Watson found some space on the right side, curling in a ball that flashed across the box to Castillo at the far post. The Colombian tapped a ball to Blas Perez who was unmarked in front of goal and slid under Strikers goalkeeper Matt Glaeser to put Dallas on top in the 54th minute. That was one of the few crosses that weve made, said coach Hyndman. Getting that first goal always puts the pressure off and then I thought we even started playing better. Defender Matt Hedges added the insurance goal in the 66th minute on a header. Midfielder Michel recorded the assist. Fort Lauderdale is a strong side, said FC Dallas captain George John. Any time in this tournament that you come into an opposing teams field, its tough to get a victory. They came out with a lot of energy and had a couple of great opportunities, but luckily we were able to come into halftime with a clean sheet and regroup. We got two goals and were able to come away with the victory to move on to the next round. Dallas moves on to the fourth round of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup for the first time since 2011 and will host the winner of the match between the Houston Dynamo and FC Tuscon at FC Dallas Stadium on Wednesday, June 12. Photo credit: Jon Van Woerden
Edition 14829for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMay 31, through June 6, 2013Sports Strikers Shut Out FC Edmonton in 1-0 Road VictoryThe Fort Lauderdale Strikers earned their first victory away from Lockhart Stadium against FC Edmonton at Clarke Stadium on Sunday, May 26. Colombian midfielder Carlos Salazar was the hero for Fort Lauderdale when his penalty kick went past a diving John Smits in the 70th minute. The Strikers fielded several players making their first start for the team with Fort Lauderdale facing the tough test of playing three games in just six days. Their next match is a home match against MLS side FC Dallas in the third round of the U.S. Open Cup on Tuesday, May 28 at 7:30pm, followed by a return to NASL action at Lockhart Stadium against the Carolina RailHawks on Saturday, June 1. Strikers players Justin Chavez, Stefan Antonijevic, Daniel Arcila, Hosman Ramos and Gonzalo De Mujica all made their first starts for the team with Antonijevic and Arcila making their first starts as professionals. We are obviously very pleased with the result, said Strikers head coach Daryl Shore. To come on this long journey and take all three points speaks volumes about our team. I thought the result was very fair the way our guys played today. In the first half of the match, FC Edmonton was forced to use a substitution in the 19th minute due to an injury to Carlyle Mitchell. Then Edmonton suffered another blow when goalkeeper Lance Parker was issued a red card for a challenge inside the penalty area. David Proctor was subbed off for goalkeeper John Smits who proceeded to save the ensuing penalty kick from Strikers forward Stefan Dimitrov. Once the second half began, the Strikers started to apply more pressure, especially after the 60th minute when Darnell King came on as a substitute. King was on the field for just eight minutes when his run into the box was stopped with a trip and the Strikers were awarded their second penalty kick of the day. This time it was Salazar who stepped up for the challenge. FC Edmonton goalkeeper John Smits guessed correctly, but Salazars shot was well placed and out of the keepers reach to make the score 1-0 in the 70th minute. The Strikers maintained possession after the goal, but goalkeeper Jeff Attinella was still called upon to make two second half saves to keep the shutout, his first for the Strikers. Fort Lauderdale moves into sixth place in the NASL standings, six points behind first-place Atlanta and four points behind the trio of Carolina, Tampa Bay and Minnesota.Hershey, Pa. For the second time in three years, Lynn Universitys mens golf team finished the season as the NCAA Division II National Runner-Up. The Fighting Knights tied Barry 2-21 in match play but fell 399-403 in the aggregate score. With 20-30 mile per hour winds howling around the Hershey Country Club scores were very high on both sides. The lowest score for both teams came at the fifth position where Roberto Francioni fell 75-77 in what would turn out to be the deciding match. Lynn led 2-1-1 heading into hole No. 17 as both Francioni and his opponent, Adam Svensson, knocked drives down the middle of the fairway. Each player reached the green for birdie putts but Francionis par look rolled just left of the hole to put him down a stroke. A wayward shot off the tee was salvaged with a great approach shot but Svensson was able to make an easy tap-in while Francionis 20foot putt to tie the match missed its mark to give Barry the title. Freshman Jose Andres Miranda led off for the Fighting Knights and did not disappoint, grabbing a two-stroke lead at the turn after Marcus Segerstrom bogeyed and doubled the 10th and 12th holes. Unfortunately, Miranda bogeyed on holes 14 and 16 to even the match but came through with consecutive 15-foot par putts on 17 and 18 to earn a draw of 78s for each player. Daniel Young then put the Blue & White up 1-0-1 with an 80-84 victory over Scott Smyers at the No. 2 position. Young won all three of his matches during the tournament and finishes his career as the most decorated golfer in program history after being the only three-time All-American selection while also holding school records for top-10 finishes (17) and scoring average (72.76). Lynns final point came from Filip Timmerman. The senior from Santiago, Chile, went back and forth with Jared Dalga until Dalga started to fall apart when his tee shot on the 15th hole sailed into the water. Barrys golfer would finish bogey, double and double to help Timmerman grab a four-stroke lead. Lynn would end up with its second point with an 81-83 win. Barrys first point came from Simon Forsslund as he defeated Ernesto Vitienes 79-87. Vitienes had previously won both of his match-play events in the quarterfinals and semifinals. Lynn Mens Golf Finishes as National Runner-Up
30 -Edition 148 May 31, through June 6, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comSportsBy: Pedro HeizerGermany didnt bring their complete team, but they put on a show as they flexed their muscles in the first half and made Ecuador look like they had no business being on the same pitch as them. 8,521 spectators watched as Germany defeated Ecuador in Boca Raton 4-2 in an international friendly in the middle of the afternoon. In only nine seconds, Germanys Lukas Podolski stole the ball from Ecuador defender Gabriel Achilier, dribbled through an unprepared Ecuadorian defense to blast his first of the game past goalkeeper Maximo Banguera, the goal was the fastest in German international soccer history. I think it was a great test for us in the first half, said Germany coach Joachim Lw through a translator. In the first half we played outstanding football, fast, high-tempo, quick combination and the fact that in just a few seconds Lukas scored that goal that literally gave us wind the rest of the game. In the third minute of play, Lars Bender, making his first start with the senior national team, made it 2-0 for Germany as he took a shot from 18 yards out. Germany took a 3-0 lead on Podolskis second goal in the 16th minute. Bender followed with his second goal eight minutes later. Despite clearly being outplayed in the first half, Ecuador salvaged a late first-half goal by Luis Antonio Valencia to cut the deficit to three goals. The goal just before the half gave the Ecuadorian side some life as Ecuador came into the second half as the better team, We were simply playing too fast in the first half, Lw said. It became obvious we couldnt keep that up when we started the second half. Ecuador threatened the entire second half and with 11 shots on goal, Ecuador may have tied the score if it werent for several fantastic saves by Germany keeper Ren Adler. Adler has been sidelined for nine months due to injury, explained Lw. It looks like hes back to where he was before he was injured. Hes been showing excellent performances, and he saved a handful of terrific shots that were fired at him by the Ecuador forwards today. In the 83rd minutes, Ecuador captain Walter Ayovi converted a free kick, tucking the ball inside the near post to make the score respectable. That free kick was excellently executed by Ecuadors Walter Ayovi, Lw said. If anyone is to blame for that goal its the ball. Germany now prepares for a June 2nd clash between Jrgen Klinsman and the United States Mens National Team in US Soccers Centennial game.Germany Defeats Ecuador 4-2 in front of 8,521 Fans In Boca Raton LAFAYETTE, La. Florida Atlantic University won its first Sun Belt Conference Tournament in convincing fashion with a 16-8 win over Louisiana-Lafayette in Sunday's Championship Game. FAU (39-20) went undefeated in the tournament, winning all four of its games. By virtue of their tournament victory, the Owls will receive the Sun Belt's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Owls got off to a fast start in the top of the first inning, scoring two runs on a triple by Mark Nelson, a Tyler Rocklein double and a Brendon Sanger single. ULL (41-18) answered with a run of its own in the bottom of the inning to cut the lead in half. FAU broke the game open with a nine run second inning. Levi Meyer started the inning with a double and advanced to third on an error by the ULL center fielder. After Ricky Santiago was hit by a pitch, Mitch Morales' bunt single drove in Meyer for the first run of the inning. Geoff Jimenez loaded the bases on an infield single, followed by a Nelson RBI single. Rocklein doubled to left, scoring Morales and Jimenez. Tournament Most Outstanding Player Brendon Sanger then roped a double, driving in two more runs. He eventually scored on a ULL throwing error to make the score 9-1. Santiago ended the scoring for the inning with a two-run homer just inside the foul pole in right. Nelson's third hit of the game drove in Nathan Pittman to put the Owls ahead 12-1 in the third inning. A Rocklein sacrifice fly later in the frame scored Jimenez. A Morales double scored Santiago to make to score 14-2 in the top of the fourth. The Ragin' Cajuns threatened to make a game of it in the bottom of the fourth when they scored twice, and loaded the bases, but a potential grand slam fell just short of the wall. In the seventh inning, Pittman had an RBI triple and later scored to wrap up the scoring for the Owls. ULL hit a homerun and had a single in the bottom of the eighth before lightning caused the game to be delayed for nearly two hours. When play resumed, Alex Koji was able to get out of the inning with no more runs scoring. Kevin Alexander came in to pitch the ninth and despite allowing a run, he was able to close out the game and secure the Owls' first ever Sun Belt Tournament title. Seven different Owls had multiple hits and six different players scored at least twice. Sanger was joined on the all-tournament team by Mark Nelson, Geoff Jimenez andHugh Adams.Owls Beat Louisiana 16-8 To Take Sun Belt Tournament Title Photo Credit: Jon Van Woerden
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32 -Edition 148 May 31, through June 6, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com Tribune Sports of May 31, through June 6, 2013See Page 30 Germany Defeats Ecuador 4-2 in front of 8,521 Fans In Boca Raton Owls Beat Louisiana 16-8 To Take Sun Belt Tournament TitleSee page 30