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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 pictures@bocaratontribune.comCommunitySee page 5 Four Women Charged Aer Protesting Outside GEO GroupMunicipalSee page 19 Post Workout Eating For Weight LossLife & ArtsSee page B3 Worth Avenue Iternational Realty: e Smart New Kid on the Luxury BlockBusinessSee page 23 Dan Guenthon reading The Boca Raton TribuneContinued on page B1 Gumbo Limbo Nature Center Receives Tiki emed Donation for TurtlesCommunitySee page 7 Rotary International To Have Annual Program Institute At Boca Raton ResortCezar Santana Opens Friend of Library Sunday Matinee SeriesContinued on page 3 By Skip SheffieldThe Friends of Boca Raton Library invite you to their first Sunday Matinee Music Series concert of the season at 3 p.m. this Sunday, Sept. 8 at Spanish River Library. Performing is guitarist, singer and songwriter Cezar Santana. Not to be confused with famous Mexican guitarist Carlos Santana, Cezar Santana was born in Brazil, where he started his musical career. He settled in Miami Beach 18 years ago and he has traveled the world touring and performing. The concert is free but space is limited. To make a reservation go to www.bocalibrary.org. Call 561-299-8694 or e-mail elilly707@aol.com for more information on the Sunday Matinee Music Series.Price tag Could be Costly to Municipalities for All Aboard Florida Express Train The New Downtown Boca Library Looking for DonorsBy Lynn Marshall Construction for a new rapid passenger train system and improved tracks from Orlando to Miami is going full speed ahead. Meanwhile, local officials are struggling to figure out the cost to silence bothersome horns at scores of Southeast Florida crossings by month-end, when they set next years budget. The $1 billion train project is privately funded and pegged not to cost the state or federal government. However, it is eligible to apply for federal financing for track construction and improvements. By: Linda Santacruz Boca Ratons newest municipal building is searching for donors who are willing to pay $5 million to have their name replace its current moniker, the Downtown Library. Even for those who are less affluent, other naming opportunities exist in different parts of the $9.95 million library. For instance, the adult reading center is available for $100,000, a small study room for $5,000 and a section on the material shelves for $1,000. The naming can be in honor of an individual, family or organization. Although its still pending, Tom Sloan, the Manager of Library Services of Boca Raton, said they are working on what is called a Community Giving Tree where donors can have their names engraved on a leaf for as little as $100. The donor also decides where the money is spent. For example, the Friends of the Library specifically asked that their $250,000 donation to increase the square footage of the library. Continued on page 5

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2 -Edition 157 September 6, through September 12, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com Jorgen Mollers Out of Denmark is relocating to 2275 S. Federal Highway, Delray Beach and will be re-opening on Wednesday Sept. 18 for dinner. Call 561276-2242 and call me if you have a charitable organization that would like to do a fundraiser there. The place is beautiful and a lot of history on the walls for you to enjoy. Besides, the Wick has transformed the old Caldwell Theatre into the beautiful Wick Theatre & Museum at 7901 N. Federal Highway, spending almost $1 million. The inaugural Gala is Sept. 20 with the Sound of Music. See. www.thewick.org or call 561.241.7432 for more information. on Saturday, September 7th to celebrate Brazilian Independence Day, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. It will be a fun filled day out in the sun with live music, exciting entertainment, food, and many activities for all to enjoy. Thousands will be present. 2013 Sunday Matinee Music Series offered at the Spanish River Library, 1501 NW Spanish River Boulevard will feature a one hour concert by worldrenowned guitarist, singer, songwriter Cezar Santana at 3 to 4 p.m. on Sept. 8, Call 561.299.8684 or visit bocalibrary. org for info. World-renowned Brazilian singer and songwriter, Beatriz Malnic will perform on Sept. 15. Shops at Boca Center is hosting its Make a Difference Monday fundraiser on Monday, Sept. 16 for the Crohns & Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA), Florida Chapter, and will donate 20 percent of all food sales to the organization. Dramaworks 2013-2014 season will go on sale on September 16 both online and at the Don & Ann Brown Theatre box office (201 Clematis Street). Palm Beach Dramaworks fourteenth season opens with John Steinbecks Of Mice and Men, which runs from October 11 through November 10. Tickets will be on sale for the entire season, which also includes The Lion in Winter by John Goldman (December 6, 2013-January 5, 2014), Old Times by Harold Pinter (January 31-March 2), Dividing the Estate by Horton Foote (March 28-April 27), and Tryst by Karoline Leach (May 16-June 15). Individual tickets may be ordered online 24 hours a day at www.palmbeachdramaworks.org. Single tickets and subscriptions may be purchased by calling the box office (561) 514-4042 ext. 2, or visiting the box office at 201 Clematis Street. new president of the Greater Boca Raton Estate Planning Council, and a kickoff cocktail reception for new and sustaining members, sponsored by Wells Fargo Private Bank, will be held on September 17, from 6:00 8:00 p.m. at the Addison, 2 East Camino Real, Boca Raton. first production at the new Wick Theatre, formerly the Caldwell on Sept. 18. Call 561.995.2333. Sept. 20Oct. 27 at the Broward Stage Door Theatre, 8036 Sample Road, Coral Springs. Go to stagedoorfl.org or stagedoorthetre.com or call 954.344.7765 for tickets and more information. progressive tasting will be at 11 Mizner Park restaurants Sept. 24 and 25. a concert pianist who also happens to be his sister in from San Juan to join him on stage for a violin and piano recital Sept. 26 as the new music director of the Lynn Philharmonic and violin professor. I Remain...J. Austen will run from September 27th 29th at Sol Theatre, 3333 N. Fed. Hwy, Boca Raton. Tickets are $15 for adults, / $10 for students and can be purchased at the Sol Theatre box office at 561-447-8829. For more information about Evening Star Productions, contact Rosalie Grant at 561-447-8829 / info@ eveningstarproductions.com or Carol Kassie at 561-445-9244: ckassie@gmail. com. Festi-fall, 10 am to 4 pm October 19 at the Emma Lou Olson Civic Center, Pompano Beach, featuring an Orchid and Jewelry show and a Taste of Chocolate, with proceeds to benefit Women in Distress. Call 561.299-8684 or email elilly707@ aol.com for more information. and a cancer awareness advocate, will be the keynote speaker at Boca Raton Regional Hospital Foundations 10th Anniversary Go Pink Luncheon on Friday, Oct. 25. is 3 to 11 pm Oct. 27 at Pavillion Grille, 301 Yamato Road, Boca Raton. Contact 305-448-7976 or email albarry@ bellsouth.net for more information. multi-epo.com is the website. 24 hour hotline: 1.888.899.4074. Raton presents the 26th Annual Woman 8 at Boca West Country Club. Contact 561.620.2553 or visit jlbr.org/wvoy for further information. ceremony has been moved up two days to Nov. 27, before Thanksgiving, instead of Nov. 29 in Mizner Park. 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 are unhappy in your job, or want to change jobs, or need extra income, then visit www.yourretirementmiracle. com and call 561.852.0000 for further information. Everyone should see it. Sales, rather than the lengthy and costly foreclosures. FORECLOSURE IS NOT Delray office Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE) Realtor JOANNE EPSTEIN at 561.945.0000 and visit www.joanneepstein.com to find out how she can save you from foreclosure, with no cost for attorneys, fees or commissions. multi-million dollar company with an exclusive wholesale agreement with AT and T. If you would like to save money on your AT&T land phones without changing your numbers or your service, call 561.852.0000. The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS PAGE TWOThe Boca Raton Tribune Marketing DirectorChris Catoggio chris@bocaratontribune.comAccount ExecutiveMarguax Vickers, Andre Heizer, Nick FotiMail Subscriptionsubscription@bocaratontribune.comGraphic DesignDuke ThrushPhotographersNicole Vickers, Gabriela Heizer,Gabriela BarbieriInternsLinda SantacruzMailing Address business@bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comFor General Information: Copyright 2012 by The Boca Raton Tribune. All rights reserved by The Boca Raton Tribune. All submissions and published materials are the property of The Boca Raton Tribune. This publication may not be reproduced in whole or in part without express written consent from The Boca Raton Tribune. The publishers reserve the right to edit all submissions and to reject any advertising or copy they regard as harmful to the publications good or deemed to be libelous. The publisher is not responsible for the articles written by its columnists. The publishers are not responsible for typographical errors, omissions or copy or photos misrepresented by the advertiser. Liability shall not exceed the cost of the portion of space occupied by such error or advertising items or information. All the publisher and not of any individual editorial the opinions of the author and not necessarily those of the publisher. The advertiser and/or the advertising agency is responsible for all content and will assume responsibility resulting from publication of said advertisement in The Boca Raton Tribune. The friendly community where friends do business with neighbors.Community News AUDIT PENDING Charm is deceptive and beauty is fleeting, but a woman who fears the Lord will be praised. 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.

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Edition 1573for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comSeptember 6, through September 12, 2013Community News Community NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune By Lynn MarshallConstruction for a new rapid passenger train system and improved tracks from Orlando to Miami is going full speed ahead. Meanwhile, local officials are struggling to figure out the cost to silence bothersome horns at scores of Southeast Florida crossings by month-end, when they set next years budget. The $1 billion train project is privately funded and pegged not to cost the state or federal government. However, it is eligible to apply for federal financing for track construction and improvements. We are trying to get our hands around it, said Richard Radcliffe, executive director of the Palm Beach County League of Cities. Hes hearing numbers like $32 million to $34 million to upgrade crossings throughout the state and $200,000 to upgrade small crossings. What should a city put in their budget? Radcliffe asked. If the cities have to pay for the upgrades, it will affect taxpayers. The train, All Aboard Florida, will travel the 235-mile-stretch within three hours, cutting roughly 40 minutes off an average car ride. It can travel at speeds as high as 125 mph on certain legs of the trip. The FEC tracks parallel Dixie or Federal highways in most South Florida cities. With about 16 to 19 trains per day, the hourly service starts in the early morning with last departures in the evening. Officials speculate a one-way ticket could cost less than $100. The train, featuring wifi and concierge service, will stop in only West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Miami in South Florida, while impacting railroad crossings in cities and towns along the route. It is not a local commuter train, so a passenger, for example, cannot travel from West Palm Beach to Fort Lauderdale. The rail cars should take about 52 seconds to get by crossings, according to All Aboard Floridas statistics. Amtrak already provides service between Orlando and Miami two times a day, but makes frequent stops, taking roughly five hours for the trip. At nearly 20 trains a day, so many trains blowing horns could be a real noise nuisance. Thats why many cities plan to apply for quiet zones. However, the town or municipality must foot the bill for the upgrades to quiet zones. Since the railroad owns the track, cities and towns must maintain the crossingsbasically pay to cross the track, according to a century-old law. In this case, no one seems to know the cost to upgrade these crossings to quiet zones. These quiet zones would have supplemental safety devices and measures implemented to provide safe crossing for commuters, so trains wont have to blow horns. City leaders cant get answers from Florida East Coast Industries (FECI), the company that owns the train and tracks. The privately owned rail system was pegged not to require state or federal funding. FECI officials will only point to questions and answers on their Web site, which does not address the issue. Floridas Department of Transportation has not done the study. We are not giving in depth interviews to any newspaper organization, said Ali Soule, spokesperson for All Aboard Florida. Not the Miami Herald, the Palm Beach Post or The New York Times. All media is being directed to our Web site.Radcliffe appreciates the idea of the train and its convenience for some commuters down the road, but questions how many of the cities affected by the train will be able to shell out possibly hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars for crossing upgrades with such tight budgets. If they knew the true dollar amount, they could possibly apply for matching federal funds, he said. And with some saying it could take as much as $500,000 per crossing, a city with eight crossings like Boca Raton could be looking at $4 million. Delray Beach has nine crossings; Boynton Beach seven. How will cities without stops benefit from the train? Its all being done to catch travelers to and from Floridas most populous areas. Each year there are more than 50 million trips taken by people traveling between the four major cities Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and Orlando that will be served by All Aboard Florida, according to FECIs report. I think such a train is really needed, said Reginald Harris of Boynton Beach, an architect, who crosses the FEC tracks several times a week for work. Harris used to own two Greyhound buses, shuttling tourists from Miami to Orlando. However, he thinks there needs to be a better way for the crossings to be paid for. Maybe the cities, where the trains will stop, should pay the lions share, she said.Price tag Could be Costly to Municipalities for All Aboard Florida Express Train

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4 -Edition 157 September 6, through September 12, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comCommunity News The Downtown Delray Beach Festival of the Arts, has been ranked the 65th top art fair in the United States by Sunshine Artist, the nations leading publication for art and craft shows. This is a wildly popular event, festival promoter Howard Alan said. It truly is a wonderful honor and distinction as it was selected from among more than 10,000 festivals in the country. Marjorie Ferrer, executive director of the Delray Beach Downtown Development Authority, said the citys signature art event is popular for the wide variety of art on display. It appeals to locals and tourists alike who look forward to seeing their favorite artists return each year and eager to explore the work of new and emerging talent, she said. The outdoor gallery style exhibit is the largest art affair in South Florida, spanning one mile of Atlantic Avenue in Downtown Delray Beach. It starts at Federal Highway and continues east over the Intracoastal Waterway to State Road A1A. The festival features 300 of the finest artists in the country from more than 30 states. The exhibitors are juried by an independent panel of expert judges and hand-selected from hundreds of applicants based on quality and diversity. All artists are on site for the duration of the festival and are available to discuss their work and inspiration, officials said. The artwork on display and for sale is original and handmade in America. The show will celebrate its 25th Anniversary this year and is scheduled for Jan. 18 and 19, 2014. For more information, visit www. artfestival.com or 561-746-6615.Delray Beach Festival of the Arts Ranked Among the Top 100 Shows in the Country The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS By Ryan Lieber Special to the Boca Raton Tribune West Boca Medical Center recently hosted a reunion party for past Neonatal Intensive Care Unit patients and their families. The back to school themed event allowed parents and children to mingle with other families who went through similar experiences. The children had fun dancing, getting their faces painted and playing on the Fun Bus. There was also a DJ and a professional photographer at the event taking family photos. On their way out, the kids received new backpacks for the launch of the coming school year. It was great for the staff to be able to reconnect with the children they cared for and see how welldeveloped they are, said Mitch Feldman, chief executive officer at West Boca Medical Center. Former NICU Patients Reunite at West Boca Medical Center bocaratontribune.com

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Edition 1575for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comSeptember 6, through September 12, 2013Community News The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS By: Linda Santacruz Boca Ratons newest municipal building is searching for donors who are willing to pay $5 million to have their name replace its current moniker, the Downtown Library. Even for those who are less affluent, other naming opportunities exist in different parts of the $9.95 million library. For instance, the adult reading center is available for $100,000, a small study room for $5,000 and a section on the material shelves for $1,000. The naming can be in honor of an individual, family or organization. Although its still pending, Tom Sloan, the Manager of Library Services of Boca Raton, said they are working on what is called a Community Giving Tree where donors can have their names engraved on a leaf for as little as $100. The donor also decides where the money is spent. For example, the Friends of the Library specifically asked that their $250,000 donation to increase the square footage of the library. The Rotary Club of Boca Raton wanted their $50,000 donation to be used towards something regarding young people and eventually had the youth services center recognizing their donation. So we work with each donor individually to determine what their interests are, Sloan said. We make sure that the donor and the city can reach an agreement on how the money will be spent. With only two months into the Downtown Librarys life, about $400,000 in donations has already been raised and there are still many naming opportunities left. According to the Sun Sentinel, it also appears that a new set of four walls for the communitys downtown collection is generating extra enthusiasm. When comparing this years July statistics to last years, library officials found that there were 181 percent more library cards issued and the gate count was 173 percent higher. But hearing about the naming rights for the library being sold piece by piece doesnt sit well with Arlene Owens, an officer of the citys Pioneer Club. She had gathered more than 500 signatures asking that the Reading Garden and West Colonnade be named in honor of David Ashe, a city leader. Its not a solution for properly funding your libraries or staffing them, she told the Sun Sentinel. However, Sloan said has never personally experienced anyone opposed to the naming rights. The donors have all been very positive and very eager to find ways to contribute to the library and the community, Sloan said. I have not had a conversation or have been contacted by anyone who had anything negative to say about the opportunity to name an area of the library. Judith Teller Kaye, whose husband donated $4,000 to the library in honor of her and resident Betty Grinnan, told the Sun Sentinel that libraries all over the country are raising cash by selling naming rights. A pending agreement will put Kayes and Grinnans names on the librarys Community Giving Tree. We think that libraries survive because they have the affection of the community and donations of the community, Kaye said.The New Downtown Boca Library Looking for Donors BOCA RATON Members of South Floridas Gumbo Limbo chapter of the national Fraternal Order of the Moai organization recently donated $500 to the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, a coastal and marine environmental experience in Boca Raton. The Fraternal Order of Moai serves as the premier fraternal organization and social network for all men and women interested in tiki culture and the Polynesian pop era. This fun-loving, socially active group lists their core values as good works, fellowship, spirit, presence, preservation and celebration, according to a news release. Each year, members of FOMs Gumbo Limbo chapter volunteer at the annual Miami Rum Renaissance Festival in April. Festival organizers made the donation to the club at the FOMs annual Ohana Luau at the Lake 2013 gathering at Lake George, NY. from the Miami Rum Festival thanked the Gumbo Limbo Chapter of the Order for providing many volunteers at the rum festival. The chapter helps to oversee all the stage management and entertainment during the grand tasting events, tallying scores for the rum tasting competition and assisting some of the worlds foremost rum experts in their seminars. Chapter members are enthusiastic about working at the worlds largest rum festival. I always enjoy working with bartenders and rum experts from around the world with their presentations on the main stage, FOM member Don Rudawsky said. The US vs UK Tiki challenge is always over the top and the Polynesian dancers were a fantastic addition this past year. Gumbo Limbo chapter members, in turn, passed along their donation to the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center to aid in their innovative and strategic program to save and rehabilitate sea turtles along South Floridas coastline. Diane Bilodeau, director of Retail and Finance for Friends of Gumbo Limbo Staff and Darlene Rosa, secretary, accepted the check. The nature center educates close to 100,000 tourists each year about local native marine life and how to protect the inhabitants of some of Floridas extensive coastlines. The Gumbo Limbo chapter of FOM has traditionally donated to animal charities in the past, officials said. This was their first donation to the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center.Gumbo Limbo Nature Center Re ceives Tiki Themed Donation for Turtles

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6 -Edition 157 September 6, through September 12, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comThe Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS BEST QUALITY AND VALUE I N T RA V EL Have You Ever Had a Fracture of the Spine Due to Osteoporosis ? RASF Clinical Research Center 561 361 6547 Joseph Z. Forstot, M.D., F.A.C.P., F.A.C.R. David Alboukrek, M.D., F.A.C.R. Shawn Baca, M.D., F.A.C.R. Ira Pardo, M.D., F.A.C.R. Margaret Wilkes, M.D., F. A.C.R Korey Ullrich, M.D., F.A.C.R. Lori F. Soberal, DNP, ARNP BC Florida Atlantic Universitys Rho Omicron Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, has been named an Honor Chapter for its outstanding activities in 2012-13. This is the third consecutive year that FAU has received this honor, and in recognition of these consecutive honors, the chapter was confirmed as one of only nine chapters nationwide to receive the prestigious Octavio Paz Award. Professor Nancy Kason Poulson, FAUs chapter adviser, was instrumental in earning these prestigious distinctions. Sigma Delta Pi members at FAU have demonstrated academic excellence in advanced course work in Spanish, as well as in their overall studies, Professor Nancy Kason Poulson, the chapter adviser, said in a news release. The prestigious national recognition that FAUs Rho Omicron chapter received this year, the Premio Octavio Paz, is the result of the hard work of these student members and officers. We have amazing, talented students of Spanish who worked hard to earn this impressive distinction. Sigma Delta Pi, the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, is the largest foreign-language honor society in the nation. Each May, the nearly 600 chapters of Sigma Delta Pi across the United States are asked to submit an annual report detailing their numerous activities and projects from the academic year. Based on these reports, the National Executive Committee chooses approximately 10 to 15 Honor Chapters. This recognition is based upon the caliber of chapter projects that reflect the Sigma Delta Pi mission of honoring excellence in the study of the Spanish language, contributing to cultural understanding and upholding the goals of the society. Poulson singled out the recent student chapter presidents, Inbal Mazar, Mary-Elizabeth McNamara, and Francisco Carreo, as instrumental in providing the leadership for the events and activities that made FAUs chapter stand out nationally each year for the past three years. With its national office at the College of Charleston in South Carolina, Sigma Delta Pi is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies, the nations only certifying agency for college and university honor societies. National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society Recognizes FAU Chapter

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Edition 1577for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comSeptember 6, through September 12, 2013The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS COMMUNITY BRIEFS By Sean MartinParents of children who are struggling with social, emotional, behavioral and educational problems can get help at a free seminar later this month. The forum, dubbed Breaking the Silence in Boynton Beach and Lake Worth, will take place on Saturday, Sept. 21, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Courtyard Marriott in Boynton Beach. Parents will learn from local professionals the importance of advocating for their child through early identification of problems, and learning how to access resources available in the schools and the community to get the help and support that they need. Its time to break the silence. The only way to eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health issues is to increase understanding and awareness, and let parents know there are resources available to help, said Gerda Klein, co-chair and co-founder of Boynton Beach Mental Health Initiative, one of the programs sponsors. Other sponsors are the Lake Worth Connection and the Palm Beach County Action Alliance for Mental Health. Resource materials from a variety of mental health providers will be available. Presenters include Dr. Seth Bernstein, a psychologist and program director of Boys Town South Florida; Pam Gionfriddo, CEO, Mental Health Association of Palm Beach County; Liz Downey, executive director, National Alliance on Mental Illness Palm Beach County, and Michael Kane, a specialist and project coordinator with the School District of Palm Beach County School Counseling and Graduation Support Team. Boynton Beach Mayor Jerry Taylor and Lake Worth Commissioner Andy Amoroso are also expected to be p resent. Mental illness carries a stigma that, sadly, leaves many people struggling in silence and confusion, rather than seeking the help they need, Klein said. Both BBMHI and LWC recognize that keeping silent only reinforces stigma. To help parents create open dialogue and an atmosphere of respect for mental health issues, these grassroots community groups in Boynton Beach and Lake Worth are working together to host this first-of-its-kind event to benefit all communities, she added. Lunch will be provided and seating is limited, so reservations are required. For reservations call 561-955-4810 or email breakingthesilencepbc@ gmail.com. Funding for this event is provided by the Jacobs Trust.Breaking the Silence Event Starts Community Conversation on Mental Health Police Seek Witness to Car-Scooter Crash BOCA RATON Police are seeking witnesses to a car-scooter collision on West Yamato Road on Thursday, Aug. 28. The crash occurred in the 700 block of West Yamato Road shortly after 12:30 p.m. Both the 2012 TaoTao Scooter, ridden by Nilesh Shetty, 31, and a 2011 Lincoln, driven by Ira S. Yavarkovsky, 72, of Delray Beach, were traveling east on West Yamato Road. Shetty and his passenger, Theodora Minkova, 33, also of Boca Raton, were taken to Delray Medical Center in serious condition. Yavarkovsky was not injured. Anyone with information about this crash is asked to contact Traffic Homicide Investigator Mike Daly at 561620-6081. Four Arrested for Burglarizing Car Police have charged four teens, including a 13-year-old, with burglary after they were caught rummaging through a car along South Ocean Boulevard early Sunday. At around 4 a.m., a woman called police after she saw someone rummaging through the car that she knew belonged to someone else. While officers were responding, the woman told dispatch the suspects left in a black Acura. Officers saw the car and stopped it. Inside were all four, two males and two female. The woman, who witnessed the crime, identified the front passenger as the person rummaging through the car. While searching the Acura, officers found four checkbooks belonging to the victim, an ID card belonging to the victims boss and some jewelry. By: Linda Santacruz and 34 will be having their annual program institute from September 5th through the 8th.The event will take place at Boca Raton Resort & Club in Boca Raton, FL. Betsy Owen is the Past District Governor (PDG) and in charge of the program. We all get together once a year and we learn the latest things that are happening in Rotary, said Owen. We have incredible speakers that are coming with over 400 people attending. Clubs from Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern USA, the Caribbean, Puerto Rico, French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname. Every year the event takes place in one of these locations. Last year it was in Hilton Head, South Carolina. According to Owen, the director of the zones, Anne Mathews chose Boca Raton because its convenient and easy to get to from three different airports. Since we have people coming from the Caribbean its easy for them to fly into Miami and drive or fly into Palm Beach or Fort Lauderdale, Owen said. During the program, the member will listen to discussion and speeches on their membership foundation, public relation issues as well as youth related problems. Some of the speakers include the RI President Elect Gary C.K. Huang, Foundation Trustee Stephen R. Brown and RI General Secretary John Hewko. Event highlights include PDG Forum, Foundation Luncheon, class reunions, speakers, and fellowship. Rotary International will also be joining forces with Stop Hunger Now in the fight against hunger. More than 100 volunteers will package meals for the worlds hungry on September 6 at the resort at 9:30am. They will also be giving a "mountain of food" to Back Pack Buddies at 12pm on September 7. 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8 -Edition 157 September 6, through September 12, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com EDITORIAL By C. Ron Allen The Boca Raton Tribune 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 Even in Death, my Friend Gave Hope to the HopelessPalm Beach County lost a champion recently with the passing of the Rev. Lance Chaney. I find myself questioning God as I do quite often these days why did he have to call home so many of my dear friends so soon? But then, Im reminded that it is not mans plan, but Gods will. After all, we all are on loan for just a while. I had the pleasure of meeting Bro. Chaney shortly after he arrived in town in June 2002. One of his parishioners and a dear friend told me that he was a member of my fraternity. So I made it my duty to meet him within days. He was so excited to meet me and we had lunch at one of my favorite local dining establishments. Weve been friends since. He has spoken to my mentoring program at both on numerous occasions. And among the things I admired about him was his ability to make everyone feel comfortable. He was a peoples preacher. The students could relate to him although he was a pastor. He spoke to them from a biblical perspective but he broke it down to where each student understood the purpose of his or her existence. He was clear, insightful and persuasive but not loud. He was gentle. That is the way he was as a man and as a pastor. He was a visionary and it was in his DNA to help those with less means. Before taking the helm at St. John, he led the flock at Greater Antioch Baptist Church of Rock Island, Illinois for 18 years. There he helped establish a health clinic and bookstore. He served on the school board, the NAACP Board of Directors and more. He started the Quad-City Wide Church Softball League, the Hoop In The Hood 3-on3 basketball tournament and Double Dutch contest. He also formed A Place For Us Ministry to help biracial families develop and grow in the worship services. He changed lives, he won souls for Christ. And he attracted hundreds of new worshipers. So when he moved his family to Boynton Beach, he didnt slow down. It was not in this husband and father of three to coast. Unlike many, he practiced what he preached. He quickly immersed in the fiber of the community, serving as speaker and panelist at civic events. He was active in supporting the Save Darfur Coalition and The Haiti Relief efforts, he served on the Correction Task Force for the Criminal Justice Commission of Palm Beach County and on the boards of Genesis Community Health, Inc., and the citys Community Redevelopment Agency. He was chairman of Pathways to Prosperity (the churchs non-profit rehabilitation center) and Day Star Academy of Excellence, among other community endeavors. His congregation grew from about 800 to 3,000. It is no wonder why his home going celebration was held over two days. On Saturday evening, hundreds packed his church to pay their respects to a man they loved and respected. And in an unusual move on Sunday, they came from near and from distant states to say farewell. If there was anyone in attendance who did not have the privilege of meeting the man, the certainly left with a greater admiration of him. The short life that he lived spoke volumes for Lance Chaney. GALLERY 22320 ESPLANADE #53 Royal Palm Place Boca Raton, FL 33432Store #53Photo by Denise Felice GET REAL!Signature Linewww.yaacovheller.com 561.347.1677

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Edition 1579for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comSeptember 6, through September 12, 2013 The Boca Raton Tribune 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. You Can Be Nice to Others! By Rick BoxxINTEGRETY MOMENTS Meaningful Gifts bocaratontribune.comBeing nice is not the duty of some, how life may be treating you at any given moment, there is no reason for you to allow your frustrations adversely to affect your relationships with others. Life already inflicts too many hard blows on all earth dwellers; you need not add to their numbers by the way you respond to, and treat, other people. It is precisely in the midst of trials and unpleasant experiences that much of ones character is manifested. Some permit to be affected by lifes indignities as long as they pass them on to as many others as they can hurt. Others, preferably, recognize that what bad things happened to them should be no reason for others to endure unnecessarily a negative harvest of what they never sowed. So, keep your problems to yourself unless you share them in seeking help. In fact, that is a good idea because there are too many around that are ready to encourage, are prompt to help, and remain more It has been wisely suggested that one is at his or her tallest, when stooping down to help another. And I believe that whatever unpleasantness happening to you, can provide the best moment and setting for you to do something nice for others, instead The experience of helping another, and gradually beholding other good things stemming from it, can be a tremendous boost to anyone who feels down, but now can be up again, more rejuvenated to deal with Theres no school one goes to for learning to be nice. Besides positive lessons acquired at home and school (when that is the case), you can recognize how better you feel on account of good deeds done unto you while, at the same time, you also observe what goes on of this nature among others around you, and also Individuals thrive, businesses prosper, institutions more effectively reach their objectives when the lesson is learned and practiced, in Even when that is not done to you by others, you have no excuse to miss your chance of being so and doing The good you are called upon always to manifest is to be done not because others are nice and deserve the same from you, but because you are, or want to be, while demonstrating to keen observers what every human is also able to What is the most meaningful gift you have ever given? As I reflected on that question I was surprised by my answer. It turns out it wasnt the van we gave to a family with three children with special needs that had no transportation. It wasnt even the homeless family that we helped get off the streets and into a home. Instead, I realized that our most meaningful gift was when Kathy and I were new Christians. Kathy was working as a registered nurse and I was doing well in banking. Then our son became ill and we decided that Kathy needed to leave her job and care for Jeremy. With Kathys career change our At the same time God challenged us that we needed to begin tithing 10% of our income to our church. At that time I was very stingy and we typically gave 2% or less. Increasing our giving made no sense to me. How could we significantly increase our giving when our income had fallen 40%? I suddenly realized the only way it would work was if God truly was worthy of our faith. That first gift was scary. I didnt know how we would pay all of our bills, but over the next few months God revealed to us His generosity by providing for all of our needs. God honored our faith and used the secret key of generosity to release me from the bondage of stinginess. That gift was most meaningful because it grew our faith, resulting in subsequent generosity that has impacted many lives. So what does this have to do with you? God put it on my heart today to write and encourage you to consider the question, What is the most meaningful gift youve ever given? Maybe God wants the gift you give today to be that gift. My desire is for you to experience the joy of giving that Kathy and I have experienced over the years; whether it be a gift to your church, to a family in need, or a gift to Integrity Resource Center as we look towards another rapid growth year of building integrity and faith into our often corrupt and fallen workplaces. Regardless, my hope is that you look back on this day as one of those meaningful moments in your life. If God has called you to help beat back the lack of integrity and faith in the marketplace please listen to our brief update about IRC and prayerfully consider a generous gift towards our June 30th fiscal year end campaign. May God bless you and your Rick Boxx has been married to his lively and lovely wife Kathy for more than 24 years. They are grateful for their amazing kids, Megan, Jeremy, and Rebekah. Rick is the author of several books and bible studies and is active in the community as the President of the board of City Wide Prayer Movement, part of the leadership team for the I Am Second campaign, and a founding director of Horizon Academy, a school for children with learning disabilities. Rick is an avid reader, loves water skiing, and relaxing with his family.

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10 -Edition 157 September 6, through September 12, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comThe Boca Raton Tribune 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: office@churchofboca.org Website: www.churchofbocaraton.org Pastor: Tom Lacey Sunday Worship Service: 10:00AM and Sunday School for all ages St. Pauls Lutheran Church and School 701 West Palmetto Park Road Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-395-0433 Website: www.stpaulboca.com Center for Spiritual Living Boca Raton 2 SW 12 Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-368-8248 Website: Somboca.com Frontline Christian Center 901 W. Palmetto Park Rd Boca Raton FL 33486 561-706-5801 Website: www.frontlinechristiancenter.net First Baptist Church of Boca Raton 2350 Yamato Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-994-4673 Website: www.fbcboca.org Congregation Shirat Shalom PO Box 971142 Boca Raton, FL 33497 Services at Olympic Heights High School School at Loggers Run Middle School 561-488-8079 Website: www.shiratshalom.org Rabbi David Degani and Cantor Lee Degani Boca Glades Baptist Church 10101 Judge Winikoff Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33428 561-483-4228 Website: www.bocaglades.org Advent Lutheran Church and School 300 E. Yamato Road Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-395-3632 Website: www.adventboca.org 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

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Edition 15711for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comSeptember 6, through September 12, 2013Municipal NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune Boca Raton Pharmacist Arrested for Possessing Controlled SubstanceBy Stephanie Neeley Less than 24 hours after he was arrested for allegedly hitting his girlfriend, a Boca Raton pharmacist was back in custody for having more than 12 different types of pills without prescriptions and leaving the scene of a crash, authorities said. Adolfo Torre, 32, was released from the Palm Beach County jail after posting a $16,000 bail. According to his Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office arrest report, Torre drove his BMW into hedges outside a Winn-Dixie, sped away and nearly hit a patrol car parked on the side of the road. When deputies him over, Torre told them he lost control of the car because it was having mechanical problems, deputies said. Deputies searched the car and found an open bottle of Don Julio tequila in the back seat center console, a bullet in the front center console, a clear straw and a sunglass holder filled with 180 loose pills. Among the drugs found: several types used to treat anxiety, a muscle relaxant, ADD medication, according to the report. Torre told deputies he was going to park at the Winn-Dixie to sleep in the parking lot and that is why he is out driving around, to look for a place to stop park and sleep, according to the report. Torre also claimed to work for the Drug Enforcement Agency, but then changed his story and said he was an informant, but not active. Although Torre denied drinking and refused a breath test, the deputy noted he had slurred speech, bloodshot eyes and breath that smelled like alcohol. He struggled with parts of the sobriety test, according to the report. The deputy arrested Torre and took him to the County Jail. It had been less than nine hours since the end of his last visit, jail records show. Torre got in trouble the previous day, when he was arrested for domestic battery. Boca Raton police officers came to the house he and his girlfriend share at about 12:20 a.m. the previous day, after she called and said he was intoxicated and she was afraid he was going to hurt her. The couple agreed to drop the issue for the night and go to sleep after police spoke to Torre and his girlfriend. But five minutes after the officers left, the woman called again and said Torre punched her in the face. Officers went back to the house and found the woman standing outside, crying hysterically. One side of her face was swollen, according to the report. Boca Raton Resident, Arrested on Alleged Soliciting ChargesBy Stephanie NeeleyPalm Beach Sheriffs Office deputies arrested a local resident and former teacher on charges of soliciting a child for unlawful sexual conduct using a computer, officials said. Deputies arrested Stevie Glasspool, 31, at her home in the 9200 block of SW 8th Street on a warrant from Broward Sheriffs Office. Glasspool abused her position as a teacher when she used Facebook to solicit sex from at least four victims at Mavericks Charter High School in Pompano Beach, according to a report by Broward Sheriffs Office. Glasspools victims range in age from 15 to 17. She invited the young students to sleepover at her home in Boca Raton and offered them marijuana as an added incentive. Her messages were overt in nature, investigators said. She wrote, I dont want you to fall in love with me but I also dont want you to hit it and quit it either, according to the report. In other messages, she wrote, your body is amazing, I have marijuana for us to smoke, and you will be graded on performance, according to the Sun Sentinel. Her Facebook account has since been removed. Glasspool, who taught social studies at Mavericks Charter High School, was fired in May 2013, authorities said. She was most recently employed at Hollywood Academy of Arts & Science where she worked for the first four days of the new school year, investigators wrote. [Glasspool] is on unpaid leave pending further investigation, according to a release from the school. We do background checks on every employee prior to them entering the classroom and they are not permitted to go into the classroom unless the background check is clear. Parents have been informed. Glasspool had no criminal record, and there was nothing in her background out of the ordinary. The teachers extra activities unfolded after a 17-year-old student finally shared the suggestive messages with his parents who reported it to law enforcement officials. Glasspool has not been accused of having sex with any of the students, but detectives think there could be more victims. Anyone with information on this ongoing case is asked to contact BSO Detective Ann Suter at 954-321-4689 or Broward Crime Stoppers, anonymously, at 954-493-TIPS (8477) orwww. browardcrimestoppers.org. bocaratontribune.com

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Edition 157 B1Section B September 6, through September 12, 2013www.bocaratontribune.com An Artist and His MuseENTERTAINMENTSee page B2 The Boca Raton Tribune B Section B See page B3Superior, Flavorful Food at Greek Bistro FOOD REVIEW Cezar Santana Opens Friend of Library Sunday Matinee SeriesBy Skip SheffieldThe Friends of Boca Raton Library invite you to their first Sunday Matinee Music Series concert of the season at 3 p.m. this Sunday, Sept. 8 at Spanish River Library. Performing is guitarist, singer and songwriter Cezar Santana. Not to be confused with famous Mexican guitarist Carlos Santana, Cezar Santana was born in Brazil, where he started his musical career. He settled in Miami Beach 18 years ago and he has traveled the world touring and performing. The concert is free but space is limited. To make a reservation go to www.bocalibrary.org. Call 561-2998694 or e-mail elilly707@aol.com for more information on the Sunday Matinee Music Series. American Jewish New Year at Crest Theatre Also on Sunday, Sept. 8 at the Crest Theatre in Delray Beach, Aaron Kulas Klezmer Company Orchestra presents American Jewish New Year: Jazz & Wisdom. There are two concerts at 3 and 7 p.m. The program features new arrangements of American jazz, Negro spirituals and old world Klezmer music. Baritone Lloyd Reshard will sing eight songs in Hebrew, Aramaic and English, with commentary by scholar and humorist Henry Abramson, Ph.D. Tickets are $36. Call the Crest theatre box office at 561-243-7922. Tio Papi Wholesome as a Slice of White Bread Movies dont come much more wholesome than Tio Papi, which made its debut at the 2012 Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival and opens Sept. 6 at Shadowood Theaters. How wholesome? Tio Papi received the Dove Seal of Approval from the Dove Foundation for entertainment that encourages positive values. Joey Dedio, a prostate cancer survivor who divides his time between New York City and Miami, co-wrote (with Brian Herskowitz) and stars as Ray Ray Dominguez, a hard-working but carefree Brooklyn bachelor whose life changes radically when his sister and her husband are killed in a car crash, leaving six children ages 6 to 16 orphans. When stern and strict social worker Elizabeth Warden (a nearly unrecognizable Kelly McGillis) threatens to make the children wards of the state if he doesnt get his act together within 30 days, Ray Ray rises to the occasion and says he will serve as a Tio Papi (Uncle Daddy). Comedy and drama ensue as Ray Ray copes with the demands and responsibility of fatherhood on a very limited budget, with some help from his estranged girlfriend Cheeky (Elizabeth Rodriguez). Miami native Fro Rojas directs this improbable farce. It is definitely not for the cynical. Yes it is wholesome, but also tediously bland. Two stars Cougars Adore in Australia On the other side of the coin we have Adore from the other side of the world: Australia. Naomi Watts and Robin Wright play middle-aged motherscougars if you willeach with a teenage son (Xavier Samuel and James Frecheville). These lifelong friends live in an improbably perfect seaside retreat. Dramatic conflict ensues when each of the moms begins to mess around with the others son. Directed by Anne Fontaine and based on a novella by Nobel Prizewinner Doris Lessing, Adore is more melancholy than titillating, as all the players resign themselves to more age-appropriate partners or living alone. The scenery sure is gorgeous though. Adore opens Sept. 6 at Living Room Theaters. Two and a half stars

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September 6, through September 12, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com B2 Edition 157 Section B Entertainment Skip SheffieldAn Artist and His Muse bocaratontribune.comBy Skip SheffieldThere have been countless stories of artists and their muses, dating back to Dante and even before. The Artist and the Model is another such story, but it is particularly, artfully realized by Spanish writer-director Fernando Trueba. Trueba dedicates the film to Maximo Trueba. I learned he was a sculptor and the brother of Fernando. Maximos life was cut short in 1996 an auto accident at age 42. There is a lot of fascinating back story to this project. The origin dates to 1990, when Fernando and Maximo planned to collaborate. Maximos death was just two years after Fernando Trueba won the Best Foreign Language Academy Award for La Belle poque in 1994. Shot in sparkling black-andwhite, in French language and set in the South of France near the Spanish border in the summer of 1943, The Artist and the Model is a lovely tribute not only to Maximo Trueba, but to artists everywhere who struggle to harness, mold and maintain artistic inspiration. The artist of the story, Marc Cros, is played by the great French actor Jean Rochefort, who told Fernando Trueba he was planning to retire. Rochefort is now 83. We are fortunate Trueba was able to persuade Rochefort to take on the role of a character a lot like himself. Marc Cros is a famous French sculptor who retreated to his house and not set foot in his studio since France was overrun by the Nazis. Marc lives with his devoted wife Lea (one-time Italian sexpot Claudia Cardinale) who was once his model and inspiration, and now knows him better than anyone. One day Lea is in the village marketplace with her housekeeper Maria (Chus Lampreave) when she spots a tattered but pretty young woman asleep on a doorstep. Lea knows at first glance that the woman; a Spanish refugee named Merce (Aida Folch), is just the type who could suit Marc as a model. Merce is a rough and tumble girl who has been involved in smuggling rebels out of Gen. Francos fascist Spain. She is also a stunning beauty with a voluptuous body; perfect for the sensuous female shapes Marc creates out of clay with his hands before the sculptures are recast in marble or bronze. The artist states at the outset his model must be comfortable posing completely nude. Merce is a little shy at first, but she learns to let go her inhibitions while learning about the mysteries of artistic inspiration from the master. It becomes clear this will be the artists last work. Possibly it will be his crowing achievement. The movie is very sensuous and bold in its depiction of artful nudity, but it also has its funny and dramatic diversions. School children are intrigued with the prospect of a naked woman on the old artists studio. On a nighttime walk Merce encounters Pierre (Martin Gamet), a wounded French resistance fighter and convinces Marc to harbor him, despite the steady threat of occupying Germans. One of these is an officer named Werner (Gotz Otto), who oddly enough is an art aficionado and author of an ongoing biography of Marc Cros. The Artist and the Model is not only visually sumptuous, the language from the artist praising female form and inherent moral superiority is quite poetic. You may not agree with this cranky old artist, but you may find his words quite inspiring. Three and a half stars

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Edition 157 B3Section B September 6, through September 12, 2013www.bocaratontribune.com Superior, Flavorful Food at Greek Bistro Food Review Marc Kent Located at 1832 South Federal Highway in Delray Beach (561-2668976), this sparkling restaurant offers an extensive menu of foods from Greece. Pam, Keith and this reviewer noted 22 appetizers and sampled 6 of them. The homemade stuffed grape leaves have beef, rice and spices truly stuffed, served warm and delicious. The falafel veggie patties were served fried deeply and these chick pea and spice delights were served with Tahini sauce. We had excellent, tender fried calamari rings, dipped in marinara sauce, then char grilled octopus bites with lemon, olive oil and oregano sauce. A flotilla of pan fried sea smelts was presented and happily tasted-crisp, lightly floured and served with Skordalia dip. The final appetizer was Kafelotin cheese-pan fried and then flambed The chicken egg-lemon soupthe classic soup of Greece-was all salsa with tomatoes, cucumber feta, green and red peppers, olives, onions, grape leaves and peteroncchin was crisp and superb. Of the 18 Old Country Recipes, we had a tender lamb shank with a tomato based sauce with orzo pasta in a clay pota great dish-dont The moussaka-eggplant, potatoes and ground beef with bchamel sauce was served with vegetables, rice and oven roasted potato-a filling, delightful dish. This is also true of their spinach pie-spinach and feta in a thin filo dough wrapper. We liked their chicken, sauted with garlic, tomatoes, scallions, olives tossed with orzo and feta. Note: there are 7 wraps and 4 standard Italian dishes in addition to 10 Fresh from the Sea served with either soup or Greek salad. We sampled the seafood comboconsisting of shrimp, mussels and scallops in a tomato sauce with onion, garlic, olives and orzo topped with feta, then baked in a clay pot for a great taste. The 5 dessert offerings included baklava-many layers of filo dough with filling of honey and nuts. The mouzo-chocolate mousse with a shot of ouzo was outstanding as was their unique Greek rice pudding. Coffees-Greek or espresso completed the menu. Open 7 days from 11AM to 9PM, Greek Bistro seats 49 diners, serving both beer and wine. We found this to be an fine experience and we suggest youGo and r fr ntbbttntb rffnftbbf ftfbffff f rfntbftEXTREMEfrrr Post Workout Eating For Weight Loss Fitness Life Randy FineAfter your workout there are post-workout drinks to replenish the calories you have lost. But isnt the point of working out, to lose calories? The athletes in the commercial are using them so shouldnt you? It is best to consume these drinks in the first half hour after your workout for the greatest benefit to new athletes. After you finish working out, your body will replenish with calories and the muscle glycogen (muscle fuel) that you have lost as it prepares for the next workout. The available protein will take care of muscle repair. Any carbohydrates, fat or protein that are brought into your body and not used to replenish muscles or the fuel to make them work will be stored again as fat. If you do not bring in enough calories to replenish what is lost then there will be a loss of weight on the scale. If you bring in what you burned up then you will stay the same. How can you know you are eating less if you do not know what you were eating prior? If you burn 300 calories during a good workout and then have a 300 calorie post-workout drink, then you will not lose anything. If you consume a good meal or at any time take in more calories in a day than your body needs, you will chip away at any weight loss. This is why people quit working out. No diet control, no weight loss. So be alert of what you are eating so you know how to reduce the calorie intake.

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September 6, through September 12, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com B4 Edition 157 Section B S P O T L I G H T Valter Morrais Exhibition at Boca Raton Community Center 10396 Sunstream Lane Boca Raton, FL 33428 www.HaulinJunkLLC.com Jason@HaulinJunkLLC.com 1-85-Junk Away (1-855-865-2929)HAULIN JUNK LLC Jason Budd Manager 1-85-Junk Away YOU BEE CALLIN WE BEE HAULIN Commercial HAULIN JUNK LLC Throughout the month of September, the Boca Raton Community center will have on display art work from two prominent Brazilian artists, Rod event to celebrate Brazilian arts and culture in the wonderful city of Boca Raton, and its surrounding areas. It takes place in the month of September in honor of the month of the Brazilian Independence. The event will occur throughout the whole month with shows in different places around the City. Authorities and personalities of the Brazilian community will be present.

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20 -Edition 157 September 6, through September 12, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com Boca Raton Police BlotterOfficer Castellanos issued Joshua McBride a Notice to Appear in Court after Nordstrom Loss Prevention reported apprehending him for shoplfting a $ 190 tie B/M was arrested for Simple Battery Domestic after getting into a fight with his Uncle in a gas station parking lot. B/M was also charged with resisting arrest without violence W/F was arrested for driving under the influence after a traffic stop at 1 SE 1st Ave. After responding to a domestic disturbance Officer Graham arrested W/M William Scaggs for DUI. Breath results .337 and .326. TOT CJ Delroy Thompson was arrested for DUI subsequent to a traffic encounter. Breath refused, TOT CJ. 13-11652 Domestic Battery Arrest Ofc. Jason Cohen arrested W/M Gary Uwanawich after he wrapped his hands around his wife`s throat. TOT to PBCJ. Subject was arrested for DWLS with knowledge, no local address. Subject was arrested for operating a vehicle and was never issued a license W/M Alexander Schneider was arrested for DUI and the wheel of a car at Town Center Mall. Breath results .142, .148. TOT CJ Following a crash investigation Officer Graham arrested W/M Darren Sewell for DUI. Breath refused. TOT CJ. 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

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Edition 15721for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comSeptember 6, through September 12, 2013 bocaratontribune.com 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 mhgora@sbwlawfirm.com. Is It Worth The Work?FAITHBy Robert J. Tamasy DIVORCE FLORIDA STYLEBy Mike Gora Guns on the Barbie?A couple of days ago I caught a flash on my computers internet news page that a Georgia public school in an Atlanta suburb had been invaded by yet another crazy SOB with an AK47. Having three grandchildren attending school in that general vicinity I started flipping from one new source to another, finally, about a minute later I learned that the school involved was not that of my Savannah, Shana, or Rebecca. Over the last few days the culprit was described as a mentally sick young man who had borrowed or stolen a friends AK47 (doesnt everyone have one or want one?) He had entered to office section of the school with his gun and 498 bullets. Fortunately he was quickly discovered and did not have the skills he could have gained by attending one of the many NRA endorsed gun range facilities located within a few miles of any home in suburban America. Since this sick puppy had not bought the gun at a licensed store or less regulated weekend gun show there was no law which could have identified him as a crazy with an AK47 and a wish to kill children he did not even know, and with whom had no gripe. So there is no All American way to protect our children, elderly parents, or ourselves from a nut or a deranged jealous husband from killing our loved ones and friends with equal abandon. Australia, the closest doppelganger to our own Wild West culture; where men were men and women carried guns too. (Note the past tense.) This gun toting country/ continent had banned guns, state by state. On April 28, 1996, six weeks after John Howard was elected Prime Minister, Martin Bryant, a psychologically disturbed man, used a semiautomatic Armalite rifle and a semiautomatic SKS assault weapon to kill 35 people in a murderous rampage in Port Arthur, Tasmania. Within a couple of years, not without objection, gun ownership was virtually banned from coast to coast in this country of large metropolitan areas separated by rural frontiers larger than our own. Gun deaths by murder, accident, and suicide plummeted into oblivion. Are we to be denied this safe alternative because of the intentional misinterpretation of a badly written portion of our otherwise lovely Constitution and a very profitable business disguised as a not for profit, the NRA? There seems no way to adopt the Australian solution, but we can put some more shrimp on the barbie, and open a cold one as we await the next massacre at our own neighborhood school. Traditionally, the first Monday of September in the United States is observed as Labor Day. Citizens are asked to recognize the diligent work of men and women through the generations, people who have applied their skills and talents to provide services and produce goods of benefit to many. Sadly, statistics continue to show the vast majority of people are dissatisfied with their jobs. Some studies indicate 70 percent of all workers, and perhaps even more than that, dislike or even hate the tasks they must perform every day. For them, work is nothing more than a necessary evil. According to the Bible, that is not what God intended, even in the very beginning. The Bibles first book, Genesis, states that in the process of creating humankind, Then God said, Let us make man in our image, in our likeness, and let them rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air, over the livestock, over all the earth. I give you every seed-bearing plant on the face of the whole earth and every tree that has fruit with seed in it. They will be yours for food (Genesis 1:26-30). However, after what is called the fall of man, the work God ordained became difficult. Cursed is the ground because of you, through painful toil you will eat of it all the days of your life. It will produce thorns and thistles for you. By the sweat of your brow you will eat your food (Genesis 3:17-19). These passages indicate God designed work to be rewarding, fulfilling, and easy to perform. Because of sin humankinds rebellion against God work became difficult, frustrating, even agonizing. So how are we to overcome this sense of work as necessary evil and regain the sense of work as enjoyable and meaningful? One of the best ways, it would seem, is by rededicating our work to God, asking Him to bless our efforts, and seeking to carry out our job responsibilities according to Gods laws and standards. Here are some basic principles to follow: Work for God. We tend to pursue our work for our own gratification or to please those who exercise authority over us. While neither is inherently wrong, our ultimate goal should be to please and honor God. Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men, since you know you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord you are serving (Colossians 3:23-24). Acknowledge your work is from God. Where you work, and the kind of work you do, is not an accident. God has you where you are, doing what you do, for His purpose. A man can do nothing better than to eat and drink and find satisfaction in his work. This too, I see, is from the hand of God, for without him, who can eat or find enjoyment? To the man who pleases him, God gives wisdom, knowledge and happiness (Ecclesiastes 2:24-26). Use your work as a platform to represent God. What better way to demonstrate the presence and reality of God than through our work? How we conduct ourselves at work earns us the right to speak for Him. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect (1 Peter 3:15).Robert J. Tamasy is vice president of communications for Leaders Legacy, Inc., a non-profit organization based in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A. A veteran journalist, he has written Tufting Legacies (iUniverse); Business At Its Best: Timeless Wisdom from Proverbs for Todays Workplace (River City Press); and has coauthored with David A. Stoddard, The Heart of Mentoring (NavPress). For more information, see www.leaderslegacy.com or his blogs, www.bobtamasy.blogspot.com and www. bobtamasy.wordpress.com.

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22 -Edition 157 September 6, through September 12, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comBusinessThe Boca Raton Tribune BOCA RATON Residents suffering from diabetic retinopathy are learning how to control their diabetes and how to manage their disease as two local surgeons are educating them on the importance of regular eye exams and regular check-ups. Patients with diabetes need to be vigilant about their health, including their eyes, said Dr. Shailesh Gupta, Surgeon with a private practice, Specialty Retina Center. We are interested in educating our patients about their options, and how important it is to manage their diabetes and prevent further damage to their eyes, said Gupta, who has extensive surgical and clinical experience and is often consulted to perform the most difficult and complicated surgeries. Dr. Matthew Pezda, a Board also educate patients at the center on how to manage their diabetes better. Both Gupta and Pezda are now seeing patients in Boca Raton and Ft. Lauderdale, expanding their reach and educating more patients on diabetic retinopathy, as well as other eye diseases. At Specialty Retina Center, patients are diagnosed and treated for diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration, retinal tears, retinal detachments, among other ophthalmology issues. Diabetic retinopathy is a common eye disease among diabetic patients that becomes more likely, or more severe, when the blood sugar is not adequately controlled. Diabetic retinopathy occurs when damage is done to the small blood vessels in the retina from elevated blood sugar levels. This damage can cause the blood vessels to bleed and leak fluid. The most important modifiable factor that a diabetic patient has control over is the blood sugar level. Improved blood sugar control will lead to a decreased risk of these types of ocular complications. Ocular treatment of diabetic retinopathy manages the complications of the disease, however, improved blood sugar control addresses the issue at the source. The center is the doctors resource for medical and surgical solutions pertaining to diseases of the retina and vitreous. Equipped with state-ofthe-art diagnostics, including high resolution spectral domain OCT, scanning laser-based angiography, fundus autofluorescence, and a virtually paperless office. Specialty Retina Center Treats Diabetic Retinopathy Patients cross South FloridaWith choosing a college being one of the hardest choices in life, an expert college advisor has recommended to high school students and their families five excellent websites for researching colleges. Selecting a college is both exciting and challenging, said Mandee Heller Adler, CEO and founder of International College Counselors. Making the right decision will require dedication, honest self-evaluation, research, reflection, and perseverance. International College Counselors has offices in Boca Raton and other cities in Florida, Colombia and The resources below and their links can help students and their family narrow down the choices and make an educated decision. Some people focus on ranking/ reputation/ Ivy. Others start with campus/ majors/ activities. Words of advice from International College Counselors: A perfect college is a place where a student feels like he or she belongs. 1. LinkedIn: LinkedIn is a newcomer to the college search. This professional networking site recently launched a new section: University Pages. These pages target high school students and their parents who want to connect with colleges in the U.S. and abroad. More than 200 schools have profile pages. Besides the usual standard school information, viewers can see how many of a schools graduates are on LinkedIn; a breakdown of the main fields in which they work; and a list of the top employers of alumni. Students can also check out notable alumni and the less famous, see where they live and work, and see what they do. A graph shows how a user is connected to a schools alumni. Bold students can use this information to reach out and make a connection. The University Pages are also a great place to get regular updates about campus news and activities from the schools themselves, to ask questions, and engage with both the campus community and alumni of schools. 2. College Navigator: This is a free information tool run by the government. Its not pretty to look at but it offers more data on U.S. colleges and universities than any other site. The College Navigators school search engine allows users to scour the country for schools based on chosen criteria. Some schools are ones that are well-known, and others not. Its a great opportunity to venture into unknown and often ideal territory. 3. College Insight: College Insight offers detailed information on almost 5,000 U.S. colleges and universities. Find and compare statistics for each college on such topics as college affordability, racial and ethnic diversity of both students and faculty, and student success as defined by graduation rates and the number of degrees and certificates awarded. 4. College Board: The College Board provides a list of college matches when general data and preferences are entered. Its a good site to browse offerings, discover new names and pick up quick facts about a particular school. Its very easy to find information on the student body profile, housing, financial aid, available majors, and more. 5. Naviance: This source allows students and their families to manage the entire college application process from beginning to end. Naviance can be used to research college options, choose where to apply, request recommendations, deliver electronic transcripts, and track scholarship applications. It will also help assess a students areas of interest and learning styles, and then it will use this information to suggest collegestudent matches. Students may only access Naviance if their school, counselor or other college advisor uses Naviance or if they are clients of International College Counselors. International College Counselors uses Naviance to track active applications as well as milestones and historical information for each student. This year, college advisors at International College Counselors helped more than 200 students find, apply to and gain acceptance into the college of their dreams. The expert college counselors at International College Counselors are dedicated to helping students and their families successfully navigate the college application process. For help from an experienced college advisor, please contact the expert college counselors at International College Counselors at 954-414-9986.International College Counselors top Five Websites for Researching Colleges BOCA RATON A national health staffing company has moved its headquarters here, the Boca Raton Tribune has learned. Accountable Healthcare Staffing, one of the nation's fastest growing provider of quality healthcare staffing solutions, has been growing through acquisitions and is occupying a 10,000 square-foot office at 999 Yamato Road. "The move is part of a larger strategic plan that will allow AHS to continue executing its growth strategy, said Robert Adamson, chairman & CEO. Plans are in place to continue onboarding new corporate staff, open additional de novo offices in 2013 and close additional acquisitions." The company received a lease subsidy from the city of Boca Raton worth $45,000 over three years as well as partially subsidy by from The Business Development Board of Palm Beach County. Relocating the corporate office will allow for optimized internal and back office operations while AHS provides innovative value to healthcare organizations across the country, company officials said. With its deep healthcare industry experience, the AHS management team will have new environs to guide a variety of high-level strategic initiatives to further the company's growth. With more than two centuries of combined experience between their executive management and branch teams, AHS is one of the fastest growing healthcare staffing companies in the United States. The company has offices in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland,Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, combined expertise began in the 1970s when healthcare staffing was just gaining recognition and momentum. National Health Stang Company Moves Headquarters to Boca

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24 -Edition 157 September 6, through September 12, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comBusiness News 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. Come to Bagel City South in Boca Raton and taste history. Their secret 150 year old Ukrainian bagel recipe has made the restaurant a Florida landmark. This summer, as they prepare for their autumn 20th anniversary, owners Norman Slotnik and Ben Aqshlomo, are starting the celebration early with a Summer Special: buy one breakfast or lunch entre and get one at half price. We have been a bagel making family for 4 generations, says Ben. Our recipe originated in Kiev and has been a closely guarded secret for all of these years. The one part of the process that we are at liberty to discuss is the old-fashioned way we boil and then bake the bagels. This creates a bagel that is incomparable in its taste. While bagels and their scrumptious gourmet cream cheeses are a huge draw for customers. The restaurant also offers a vast array of delicious breakfast treats including a variety of omelets, pancakes, French toast and more. And lunch brings an array of salad sandwiches, deli sandwiches, grilled sandwiches and melts. We wish to thank all of our loyal patrons who have made these past twenty years so terrific, said Ben. We are looking forward to many more years of sharing our family recipe with all the wonderful families in Florida.The Secret Recipe for 20 Years of Success

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Edition 15729for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comSeptember 6, through September 12, 2013SportsThe Boca Raton Tribune SportsMIAMI GARDENS, Fla. Florida Atlantic University's football team opened its 2013 campaign with a 34-6 loss at Miami in the first meeting between the two schools. Three quarterbacks saw action in the contest, with sophomore Jaquez Johnson getting his first career FBS start. Johnson threw 11-of-20 for 83 yards while Greg Hankerson went 5-of-11 for 34 yards. DJ Juste also saw time under center and rushed for 28 yards on seven carries. Junior linebacker Andrae Kirk snapped UM quarterback Stephen Morris' streak of 156 consecutive passes without an interception. Kirk picked off Morris in the Miami red zone on the first pass attempt of the second half, setting up an FAU field goal. FAU punter Sean Kelly commanded the Owls in the battle for field position, booming ten punts for a whopping 415 yards on the night. His longest punt measured 61 yards, pinning the Hurricanes on their own 14-yard line in the third quarter. Kelly averaged 41.5 yards and placed four punts inside the 20yard line. Despite gaining 60 yards in just over two minutes on its first possession, Miami was stopped on a fourth-and-short in Owl territory by Brandin Bryant and Randell Johnson. After holding the Owls to a four-play possession, Miami struck first with a 35-yard field goal to go up 3-0. The Hurricanes would go on to tack on a touchdown on a 53-yard rush by Duke Johnson on their first possession of the second quarter. FAU answered with a 12 play, 67-yard drive resulting in a 25-yard field goal by Mitch Anderson. That drive was highlighted by threeconsecutive completions by Greg Hankersonfor a total of 36 yards through the air. Miami returned the favor with a 45-yard field goal and a 16-yard touchdown pass on its next two possessions to go up 20-3 at the half. Following Kirk's interception, FAU worked its way to a third-andgoal from the one before a penalty stifled the short drive. Anderson was called upon once again and cut the Miami lead to 14 with a 20-yard field goal. Big plays in the second half, including a 63-yard rush by Herb Waters and a fumble by the Owls in their own red zone, allowed Miami to increase its lead to 34-6 by the end of the third quarter. FAU's longest drive of the game was its last as the Owls pieced together 16 plays for 74 yards, chewing up 5:38 of the clock before turning it over on downs. The Owls will be on the road for their second of a three-game road stretch as they travel to face East Carolina on Thursday, Sept. 5 at 7:30 p.m. Notes: DeAndre Richardson first catch since injuring leg in 2011 Sean Kelly booted a career long 61yard punt Andrae Kirk recorded his first career interception.FAU Falls to University of Miami in Season OpenerBOCA RATON, Fla. Ryan Price of men's soccer and Alessia Pizzoccheri of volleyball have earned Florida Atlantic University's student-athlete of the week honors for their performances over the weekend. Price led the Owls to a 3-1 victory over the University of Massachusetts Lowell Sunday afternoon. Price assisted Deniz Bozkurt in the first goal of the match in the 35th minute. One minute later, Price, assisted by Ronald Garcia, gained possession of the ball and beat UMass-Lowell's keeper with a low shot to the left side of the net. FAU earned their first win of the season bringing its record to 1-0-1 as the team prepares to host in-state rival FGCU on Wednesday, Sept. 11 at 7 p.m. Junior outside hitter Alessia Pizzoccheri led the Owls to a winning record at the FAU Invitational over the weekend. The Cesena, Italy native had a double-double in the final match of the weekend, narrowly missing recording the feat in all three FAU matches. Pizzoccheri has always been a versatile player, and that came through in the tournament. As she led the team in kills, was second in digs and added five blocks for the weekend. In FAU's sweep of Southeastern Louisiana, she recorded seven kills, 11 digs and two blocks. She followed that up with an 11 kill, nine dig, two block effort vs. Jacksonville, before finishing up with 11 kills and 18 digs vs. Bethune-Cookman. She averaged a team best 2.9 kills and was second on the team with 3.8 digs per set. For her efforts, she was named to the AllTournament Team. FAU will travel to Jacksonville on Friday, Sept. 6 to a.m. followed by North Florida at 7 p.m.FAU Names Price and Pizzoccheri Student-Athletes of the Week By Olivia CoiroBOCA RATON, Fla.Lynn University mens basketball coach Jeff Price announced the schedule for the upcoming 2013-14 season on Monday afternoon. Coach Price made his return to Lynn this past spring after more than a decade-long hiatus. He was key in starting the mens basketball program at Lynn in 1993 when he was named the first head coach in program history. I am pleased that we were able to put together a schedule that will allow our fans to see us often with 17 home games, said Price. At the same time, the schedule will be competitive and challenge our players each night out. I look forward to competing again in the Sunshine State Conference, one of the best basketball leagues in the country. The season opens on November 9, when the Fighting Knights host Florida Memorial in the de Hoernle Sports & Cultural Center. Lynn will spend the first half of the season at home except for two road games in early December. With a tough nonconference schedule, LU will end 2013 with the annual Courtyard by Marriot Boca Raton Invitational on December 20-21, where the Blue & White will face off against Livingstone and Clayton State. Although conference play begins early with the road match at Florida Tech on December 7, LU wont see another SSC matchup until January 8, against Nova Southeastern. Lynn hits the road for most of late January and February before ending the regular season with back-toback matches at home against rival Barry on February 26, and Eckerd on March 1. The SSC Tournament takes place March 5-9, at the Silver Spurts Arena in Kissimmee, Fla. With the addition of six new players joining the six returners from last seasons squad that finished 11-16 overall and 3-13 in the Sunshine State Conference, Lynn looks to better last years outcome after an early exit loss to Tampa.Lynn Athletics Releases 2013-14 Basketball Schedule By Chad BeattieNEW YORK The Golfworld/ Nike Golf Division II Preseason Coaches Poll has been released and Lynn Universitys mens golf team will open the 2013-14 season ranked No. 3 in the nation. The Fighting Knights closed out the previous year as the national runner-up and return two starters from that squad. It really shows the strength of the Sunshine State Conference that four teams are ranked among the top-four, said head coach Andrew Danna. We have a bit of an untested but deep roster with the potential to bring us back to the national championship. sophomore Jose Andres Miranda headline the returning group while the Blue & White will welcome three new faces, including a pair of junior college All-Americans. Barry, which claimed the 2013 NCAA Division II national championship, begins play as the top-ranked team, followed by fellow SSC schools Nova Southeastern, Lynn and Florida Southern. CSUMonterey Bay rounded out the topfive.Lynn Golf Ranked 3rd In the Nation

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30 -Edition 157 September 6, through September 12, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comSports LaSalle Royal Lions fans left the game content Friday as they saw their football team nip the visiting Pope John Paul II Eagles 19-14 in a non-league test. With the loss, Pope John Paul II drops to 0-1 on the campaign. The Eagles travel to Pompano Beach to face the Golden Tornadoes in a Southeastern North test on Friday, September 6. High School Football RecapDanny Griffey threw a 70-yard touchdown pass and Joe Lewis scored on a 26-yard run as the Blazers (1-0) routed the Falcons (0-1) in Miami. The crowd at Fridays league contest between the Florida Christian Patriots and the host St. Andrews Scots, observed Florida Christians football squad defeat St. Andrews 20-8. Coming up next, the Scots encounter the Pine Crest Panthers in a Southeastern North contest, on Saturday, September 7. Aaron Robinson had a touchdown reception and a fumble recovery for another score, leading the visiting Bulls (1-0) to the rout of the Sharks (0-1) in Fridays non-league match. In their next game, the Bulls clash with the Wellington Wolverines (Wellington, FL) in a non-league match, on Friday, September 6. West Boca Raton will attempt to move on its 1-0 season record. The Wolverines enter the match with a 0-1 record after their 7-0 non-league loss to Santaluces (Lantana, FL). The Sharks (0-2) will now prepare for their match against Olympic Heights (Boca Raton, FL). The Lions enter the non-league match with a 0-0 record. Boca Raton Christian 21, Deerfield Beach-Zion Lutheran 14: Pope John Paul II 48, Inlet Grove 0: St. Andrews 8, Florida Christian 20 West Boca Raton 62, Spanish River 7: By: Pedro HeizerThe Fort Lauderdale Strikers, who were dead last in the Spring Championship standings, have found themselves in second place in the Fall Championship Standings after the 1-0 victory of first-place Carolina. For the Strikers, the 3-game win streak matches the longest winning streak in club history and the club looks like a completely different team on the pitch, and off. "We've been alot more positive in practice, and more disciplined," said the author of the Strikers lone goal, Darnell King. "Which is really good for the team and everybody is getting along." Both teams came out in the first half desperately not wanting to give up a goal, the Strikers came out firing early in the game getting two corner kicks within the first two minutes. The Railhawks were quick to respond with a great chance from Brian Shriver, in the 4th minute that was kept out by Sanchez, who recorded his second straight clean sheet. Momentum stayed on the side of the Railhawks as they continued to threaten the Strikers box with through balls and crosses but could not score, thanks to strong play from the Strikers back line. Carolinas continued pressure led to a great chance for Austin Da Luz to open the scoring in the 23rd minute but he was unable to put his chance on target from point-blank range. In the 34th minute, a Yaikel Prez freed up Martin Nuez on the right side with a great back-heel flick but Nuezs cross could not find a teammate. Carolina responded immediately in the 36th minute when Kenny Walker found himself alone at the far post but blasted his shot high. The Railhawks Tiyiselani Shipalane received a yellow card in the 38th minute for taking down Nunez at the top of the box. The Strikers Mark Anderson sent the ensuing free kick over the top crossbar. In the closing minutes of the first half both teams created a few chances but the score remained 0-0 as they headed to the locker rooms. In the 50th minute Fort Lauderdale's Ivan Guerrero put in a dangerous cross that found a streaking King who finished the chance with his left foot to give the home side the 1-0 lead. Its all Ivan (Guerrero), said King. He is a work horse. He gets up and down the line, and somebodys got to be there on the back side, we just have to be in the box cause we know hes going to serve in the box. It was a good ball and I was there at the right time. I call Darnell (King) a 'man from mars'," joked Strikers head coach Gnter Kronsteiner. "He's all over the field, i sometimes don't even know how he does it. He's a great player, I've never coached someone like him before." Kronsteiner acknowledges there is still work to do but he already sees a change in the players' morale, Theres still a lot of work to do, but the teams confidence is getting higher with each win. The Striker will now face the San Antonio Scorpions on Saturday September 7th.Strikers Move to Second in Standings, Defeat Carolina 1-0 E.J. Elien and Kerrith Whyte combined for 257 rushing yards on 29 carries to lead the Hawks(1-0) over the Bobcats (0-1) in Loxahatchee.Seminole Ridge 30, Boca Raton 7:

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32 -Edition 157 September 6, through September 12, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com Tribune Sports of September 6, through 12, 2013 See Page 29 FAU Falls to University of Miami in Season Opener Strikers Move to Second in Standings, Defeat Carolina 1-0See page 30 High School Football RecapSee page 30