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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 Man arrested for forging credit cardsMunicipalSee page 11 Boca man Charged with Possession of Cocaine, Erectile Dysfunction Medicine Job Fair to Recruit School bus Drivers PlannedBusinessSee page 23 Johnie Larkins reading The Boca Raton TribuneContinued on page 3 KidSafe Foundation Brings Child Safety Programs to Four Boca Elementary SchoolsCommunitySee page 4 Donna Klein Jewish Academy Booster Club Holds 8th Annual Tennis ExtravaganzaLord & Taylor Makes its Long-Awaited Return To Florida in Boca RatonContinued on page 3Lord & Taylor, a division of the Hudsons Bay Company, opened its new store today at Mizner Park in downtown Boca Raton, Florida. The new two-level, 80,000 square foot store marks the retailers return to the Florida market. We are so excited to be in the Florida market again and have received a warm welcome from the Boca Raton community, said Eileen DiLeo, EVP Stores for Hudsons Bay Company. We are enjoying reconnecting with both existing Lord & Taylor customers as well as welcoming new shoppers into our store. Lord & Taylor is known for a well-edited assortment of premier designers.Majhess Files His Intent to Run for Mayor Downtown Boca Unveils Winning Artwork, Poster By: Linda Santacruz On Tuesday, City Council member Anthony Majhess filed his intent to run against Deputy Mayor Susan Haynie in the race for Boca Ratons mayoral seat. The current Mayor, Susan Whelchel, retains the office until March 2014 when term limitations occur. The election for Boca Raton Mayor will be held on March 11, 2014. Majhess currently occupies Seat D in the Boca Raton City Council. But now he feels compelled to take on Haynie and her ideas for development. Continued on page 23 MunicipalSee page 11the vibrant artwork, created by Boca Raton resident MarJour Jourgensen, chosen to reflect this years Meet Me on the Promenade event, set for Oct. 25 and 26. The colorful work, titled Boca is My Kind of Town, was inspired by Jourgensens love of Boca with its beautiful beaches, Museum of Art, Mizner Park, fine dining and great shopping. The artwork will be incorporated into the events advertising, collateral pieces, as well as posters that will be on sale throughout the festival. All proceeds made through the sale of the items will benefit the Boca Raton Museum of Art Artists Guild. Jourgensen, who has lived in the city for more than 20 years, is an artist whose work has been on display throughout Palm Beach County as well as the United States.The Race is On Delray Beach Tribune inside!see page B1

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2 -Edition 160 October 11, through October 24, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com before the March Boca City elections, over $100,000.00 has already been raised amongst the candidates for office. Rep. and Boca resident Adam Hasner has put his townhouse at the Boca Golf & tennis Club on the market for $299,9000 after buying it for $350,200 in 2005, with speculation he will move to Palm Beach Gardens for a run against U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphys seat. elected Chair of the Palm Beach County Legislative Delegation and State Rep. Lori Berman was elected Vice Chair. Boca Raton attorney, businessman and community activist, has launched his campaign for Boca Raton City Council Seat D. from the citys Community Appearance Board, Boca City Council approved 4-1 a drive-thru style Einstein Brothers Bagels at 335-353 N. Federal Highway. college football bowl game is coming to Boca Raton in December 2014. The game will be played at Florida Atlantic Universitys on-campus stadium. It is one of four new bowl games created by the smaller conferences: Conference USA, the Mid-American Conference and the American Athletic Conference. restaurant with 12 different meatball menu items will open at the Regency Court, 3011 Yamato Road and Rogue Wave Sun & Surf has opened at 893 E. Palmetto Park Road, selling and renting brand-name surf and paddle boards, as well as other surfing products. market is seeing an increase in Asian buyers, with Chinese buyers accounting for 11% of foreign purchasers, including those from South America, Europe and the United Kingdom, with Canadians leading the parade with 30% of all foreign sales in South Florida. 22,000 sales statewide were made last year to foreigners. Florida Medicare beneficiaries will be stung by billion dollar budget cutbacks used to pay for Obamacare. Already Medicare supplemental insurers are disseminating coverage starting Jan. 1 by dumping doctors, increasing co-pays, hiking premiums and slashing available hospitals. Florida has 3.5 million Medicare subscribers, second only to California which has 5 million. Tribe generates $2 billion a year from its Florida gambling operations and grosses $500 million a year from its Hard Rock Casino in Hollywood and $300 million a year at its Coconut Creek Casino. emotions in later life The Faulk Center for Counseling has a new support group program for Issues involving finances, aging, health, housing, relationships, adult children, care giving, intimate relations and more, Every Tuesday, 2-3:30 PM, 22455 Boca Rio Road, Boca Raton. No reservations required, $5 donation requested. For more information, call 561.483.5300. Connection meets every Wednesday 7:45 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at the Boca Polo Club TooJays, 5030 Champion Blvd. on Military Trail, north of Clint Moore Road. No dues, no fees, no mandatory meetings. Bring business cards. Join free at www.yourlinktolocalbusiness.com. from October 17th to October 27th only, at the Crest Theatre at the Delray Beach Center for the Arts at Old School Square, 51 North Swinton Avenue, Delray Beach, 33444. Tickets are available by calling 561-243-7922 x 1 or on line at: www. http://delraycenterforthearts.org. and Carrie opens at the Boca Cinemark Palace & Premiere theatres, and at the Regal Entertainment Shadowwood theatres. The Fifth Estate which also opens at the Movies of Delray. Zryl on www.wrpbitv.com Thursdays at 6 p.m. and Fridays at 6 a.m. Milagro Center Operations Director Barbara Stark, Touch Suite Director of Sales Rick Philip and Business Consultant Jordan Meyerson and SunSentinel Editorial Columnist Kingsley Guy on www.wrpbitv.com at 10 pm Thursday and 10 am Friday. Watch to win free tickets to the Cinemark theatres. the new Wick Theatre, formerly the Caldwell to Oct. 20. Call 561.995.2333 or 561241.7432 for tickets. Dont miss it! Upcoming shows include Irving Berlins White Christmas Nov. 14-Dec. 25; 42nd St. Jan. 9-Feb. 9; The Full Monty Feb. 20-March 23; Steel Magnolias April 3-May 4 and Aint Misbehavin May 15June 15. See www.thewick.org for further information. photographer Clyde Butcher has an exhibit through Nov. 8 at the Downtown Library, 400 NW 2 Ave., Boca Raton. the Broward Stage Door Theatre, 8036 Sample Road, Coral Springs to Oct. 27. Go to www.stagedoorfl.org or www. stagedoorthetre.com or call 954.344.7765 for tickets and more information. Make A Wish Halloween Sound, Light & Laser Show runs every night until Oct. 31 at 699 NW 9th Ave., corner of 7th St. This year there will be new props, new high-powered LED black lights, a new tri-colored laser system and new animatronics. Halloween activities are Oct. 18, 19, 26 and 26 at Sugar Sand Park, 300 S. Military Trail, Boca Raton. Costs vary. Call 561.347.3948 or visit www. suarsandpark.org/shriek-week for further information. is back from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and every Saturday thereafter in the Monument Piazza at Royal Palm Place, NE corner of S. Fed. Hwy. and SE Mizner Blvd. featuring live music by the Sheffield Brothers who have been performing their special diversified musical repertoire, something for everyone, for over 20 years. Call 561.299.8684 or email elilly707@ aol.com for further information or if interested in participating. 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 ThrushPhotographersGabriela Heizer,Gabriela BarbieriInternsLinda SantacruzMailing AddressP.O. Box 970593 For General Information: Copyright 2012 by The Boca Raton Tribune. All rights reserved by The Boca Raton Tribune. All submissions and published materials are the property of The Boca Raton Tribune. This publication may not be reproduced in whole or in part without express written consent from The Boca Raton Tribune. 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 For what shall it profit a man if he gains the whole world yet losses his soul? Mark 8:36The 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 23 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 1603for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comOctober 11, through October 24, 2013Community News Community NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune By: Linda Santacruz On Tuesday, City Council member Anthony Majhess filed his intent to run against Deputy Mayor Susan Haynie in the race for Boca Ratons mayoral seat. The current Mayor, Susan Whelchel, retains the office until March 2014 when term limitations occur. The election for Boca Raton Mayor will be held on March 11, 2014. Majhess currently occupies Seat D in the Boca Raton City Council. But now he feels compelled to take on Haynie and her ideas for development. There are two visions for Boca Raton competing right now and Susan Haynies vision is one of high density development, said Majhess. I think the other vision is a more responsible development. Kind of along the lines of where the citys grown over the last 85 years. The majority of the council, which includes his opponent, has been promoting developments based on transits which allow for greater density and less of a parking requirement. By having convenient stores closer to homes, there is a premise that people are going walk more or ride bicycles. However, Majhess worries that this is going to create more traffic, parking problems and eventually turn Boca Raton into an urban hub. I dont know if [people are] going to walk a quarter mile to lunch in the summertime in Boca Raton. Youre probably going to get in your car and drive, said Majhess. Its just going to create a traffic nightmare. The other difference, according to Majhess is that Haynies vision focuses on construction development as a way to appeal to business. The goal is to provide residential housing that will attract companies. But Majhess disagrees. I think we should just be focusing on attracting companies that want to relocate here and try to bring jobs, Majhess said. I think theres a lot more to business development than building a high density apartment building. Mark Guzzetta, who was involved in developing a downtown apartment building called Archstone, criticized his views. Majhess is afraid of the future, so he wants to take us back to the past, he told the Sun Sentinel. Its easy to shoot down everything when you dont have a vision for anything. As part of what qualifies him, Majhess credits his background in business as an international sales manager. However he gives most credit to just being a general member of the community for 17 years. Just from being a part of whats been going on for the last 5 years here in the city I think I have a pretty good handle on what the city can be doing, Majhess said. Next week the Boca Raton Tribune will have an exclusive interview with current Deputy Mayor Susan Haynie, stay tuned!The Race is On: Majhess Files His Intent to Run for Mayor Downtown Boca Unveils Winning Artwork, Poster to Reect Meet me on the PromenadeBOCA RATON Downtown Boca recently unveiled the vibrant artwork, created by Boca Raton resident MarJour Jourgensen, chosen to reflect this years Meet Me on the Promenade event, set for Oct. 25 and 26. The colorful work, titled Boca is My Kind of Town, was inspired by Jourgensens love of Boca with its beautiful beaches, Museum of Art, Mizner Park, fine dining and great shopping. The artwork will be incorporated into the events advertising, collateral pieces, as well as posters that will be on sale throughout the festival. All proceeds made through the sale of the items will benefit the Boca Raton Museum of Art Artists Guild. Jourgensen, who has lived in the city for more than 20 years, is an artist whose work has been on display throughout Palm Beach County as well as the United States. What has become one of the most anticipated community events of the year, Downtown Bocas 3rd Annual Meet Me on the Promenade will bring one night and one full day of free fun for all. The event begins on Friday, Oct. 25 from 6 to 10 p.m. and continues on Saturday, Oct. 26 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. along The Promenade, connecting through Palmetto Park Road, N.E. First Avenue, Boca Raton Road, Mizner Park, Sanborn Square and Royal Palm Place. The festivities kick-off on Friday, Oct. 25 at 6 p.m. in Sanborn Square as live music fills the streets with performances by calypso band Pan Paradise and followed by show band favorite Solid Gold presenting Dancing Through the Decades. On Saturday, Oct. 26, event-goers of all ages will enjoy a variety of activities including the making of a larger-than-life sand sculpture; a car show; arts and crafts festival featuring 45 local artisans; exhibits and displays showcasing many community organizations; an ongoing schedule of live entertainment; cultural, wellness and non-profit showcases; sports and games; restaurant food tastings and specials; an array of food trucks; and childrens activities including face painting, bounce house and much more. New this year is an Interactive Pop-Up Art School in Sanborn Square; a day-long series of FREE interactive art workshops led by the Art School at the Boca Raton Museum of Art whereby festival-goers can chose to learn the basics of a variety of disciplines from canvas painting to pottery. Available for purchase will be a commemorative Promenade Poster (for a minimal fee) created by a local artist from The Artists Guild, an Auxiliary of the Boca Raton Museum of Art, with all proceeds benefiting the Museum. Saturday morning starts early with the American Cancer Societys 11th Annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk that begins at the Mizner Park Amphitheater and routes walkers through Downtown Boca along Palmetto Park Road to AIA and back. Meet Me On The Promenade festivities immediately follow running into the evening hours.

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4 -Edition 160 October 11, through October 24, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comCommunity News The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS BOCA RATON Donna Klein Jewish Academys Eagles Athletics Booster Club will present its Eighth Annual Tennis Extravaganza on Monday, Nov. 18, at the Polo Club in Boca Raton. Round-robin play, raffle drawings, and a buffet luncheon with special guest and international tennis phenomenon Chris Evert are just a few of the highlights. Tennis enthusiasts will enjoy an incredible day both on and off the courts. Doubles round-robin point accumulation tournaments will take place on the courts of the Polo Club. Teams with the highest point totals at each level will be awarded championship crystal awards contributed by Tiffany and Co., Town Center. A buffet luncheon, raffle drawing, and awards presentation will culminate the festivities. Spectators are welcome to enjoy this fabulous day and to participate in the raffle drawings. Space is limited, and registration is accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Sign-up with a partner, or as an individual, and DKJA will arrange for a playing partner. Non-players are welcome. All registrants will receive a special gift bag and enjoy a sumptuous buffet lunch. All attendees will receive two general admission tickets to both the Nov. 16 and 17 Chris Evert/Raymond James Pro-Celebrity Tennis Classic. The event is organized by the DKJA Eagles Athletics Booster Club. Presenting Sponsors for the Eighth Annual Tennis Extravaganza will once again be Shelly and Arthur Lipson in honor of their grandchildren, and all of the DKJA athletes. All proceeds from the event benefit the Donna Klein Jewish Academy athletic program. Additional sponsorships at a variety of levels ($500 $5,000) are available. The cost to participate is $175 per person. For non-playing guests, the cost is $85 per person. For registration and other information, call the DKJA Development Office and details at 561-852-5007.Donna Klein Jewish Academy Booster Club Holds 8th Annual Tennis Extravaganza

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Edition 1605for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comOctober 11, through October 24, 2013Community News The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS Boca Raton, FL N o w f r o m o n e, c o n v e n i e n t s o u r c e Whether your project is large or small, rely on Image360 Boca Raton to maximize the visual impact of your environmental graphics, mobile R e a d y t o s t a r t a n e w p r o j e c t ? C a l l u s t o d a y f o r a c o n s ul t a t i o n .Get 10% OFF in-house production when you mention this Boca Tribune ad *6560 East Rogers Circle, Boca Raton, FL 33487 Image360 Boca Raton 561.395.0745 www.Image360BocaRaton.com BOCA RATON Boca Raton Regional Hospitals Davis Therapy Centers is once again hosting a CarFit Event on Saturday, Oct. 26 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Sandler Medical Plaza Parking Garage, 650 Glades Road. Created by the American Society on Aging and developed in collaboration with American Automobile Association, AARP and the American Occupational Therapy Association, CarFit is the first program to offer older adults the opportunity to check how well their personal vehicles fit them. Issues such as steering wheel position, access to the gas and brake pedals and mirror adjustment are reviewed and assessed. The educational program could make a lifesaving difference for older drivers and their passengers and can improve all motorists safety on the roads, organizers said. Trained technicians will lead senior drivers through a 12-point checklist with their vehicle, recommend personal vehicle adjustments and adaptations and offer community specific resources and activities that could make their personal vehicle fit better and enhance their safety. Specially trained occupational therapists will also provide information to participants on how to maintain and strengthen driving health. For this event, Boca Regionals occupational therapists and graduate students from Barry Universitys Occupational Therapy Program are partnering with CarFit to help older drivers determine if their personal vehicle is a good fit for them and to highlight actions participants can take to improve their fit. The CarFit program also promotes conversations about driver safety and community mobility. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 561-95-LEARN (53276).Safety Program to Check how Well Senior Drivers, Their Vehicle Work Together

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6 -Edition 160 October 11, through October 24, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comThe Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS On Thursday Night, October 24th, local leaders from the world of philanthropy, charity, government and business will gather to fete Henrietta the Countess de Hoernle on the occasion of her 101st birthday. Long known as Boca Ratons most generous philanthropist, the names of Countess de Hoernle and her late husband are attached to numerous charities in our area. Sponsored by the Florida Commandery of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, this years Birthday Gala will be held at the Royal Palm Yacht Club at 6:00 P.M. Event Chairman, James S. Gavrilos, Executive Director of Boca Helping Hands and a Knight in the Order of St. John of Jerusalem notes: It is entirely appropriate the Knights and Dames of the Order of St. John sponsor the Countess Birthday Gala. For nearly 1000 years, the Order of St. John has devoted itself to caring for the sick and the poor much as the Countess herself has done. And with proceeds from the evening going to support local charities that serve the sick and poor, this evening brings together those who have devoted their lives to those who struggle. Local business leader and philanthropist George Elmore is serving as the Honorary Chairman of the Event and will share his own thoughts on the philanthropic legacy the Countess has created in our area. For more information on the Countess 101st Birthday Gala, or on the Order of St. John of Jersualem, contact: Jgavrilos@ bocahelpinghands.org.Community Leaders Gather to Honor Henrietta The Countess de Hoernle 101st Birthday Gala to Support Local Charities

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Edition 1607for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comOctober 11, through October 24, 2013The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS By Jason SchwartzThe City of Boca Raton recently awarded a $10,000 grant to the Faulk Center for Counseling to provide mental health services. This grant reflects the commitment of our city officials to the importance of mental health in our community, and of the need to provide access to those who might otherwise be unable to afford treatment, said Vicki Katz, chief executive officer at the Faulk Center. We are most appreciative of this funding and look forward to a continuing partnership with the City of Boca Raton. The Faulk Center for Counseling, formerly the Center for Group Counseling, offers free or low-cost counseling and emotional support to adults, children, seniors, families and couples at our location in Boca Raton and at outreach locations in Palm Beach County. Funds will be used for clinical staffing of the Individual, Family and Group Counseling Programs for children, teens, adults and seniors, who come from low income families. The Faulk Center for Counseling has been providing free and low-cost mental health services since 1973 to people of all ages. The Faulk Center for Counseling is committed to making services available across our community, regardless of ability to pay. For more information, visit www. faulkcenterforcounseling.org or call 561-483-5300. City Awards Grant to Faulk Center for Counseling Robert S. Weinroth, 61, a Boca Raton attorney, businessman and community activist, has launched his campaign for Boca Raton City Council Seat D. The incumbent, Anthony J Majhess has announced he will run for Mayor to succeed term limited Mayor, Susan S Whelchel. Some of the issues Weinroth will highlight during the upcoming campaign are planning for the Citys future growth while focusing on the current commercial and residential development to ensure Boca Raton is positioned to be the best place to live, work and raise a family. Our city is the envy of Palm Beach County as taxes and fees have been kept in check, Weinroth said. We need to continue to ensure our City is on a sustainable path with respect to fiscal, public safety and environmental issues while remaining guardians of our beautiful beaches and parks. It is important for us at this time to ensure we are making fact-based decisions that take into account the residents of the neighborhoods throughout the city, Weinroth continued. As a local small businessman, I am sensitive to the need to balance the needs of our business, medical and academic communities with their residential impact. My business experience, legal knowledge and attention to service make me uniquely suited to work together with the new Mayor and City Council to maintain a common-sense approach to the governance of our City. I will work to ensure equity and transparency while remaining accessible to everyone I am privileged to serve, Weinroth promised. Weinroth, an attorney admitted to practice in Florida, Massachusetts and New Jersey, currently serves as president and general counsel of Freedom Medical Services Inc, a medical supply company, located in Boca Raton, under the trade name of FREEDOMED. Together with his wife, Pamela, Weinroth built FREEDOMED from the ground up and now serves thousands of patients nationwide. Weinroth has an extensive background in business management, having worked for over ten years at American International Group as president of a claims service subsidiary. Weinroths community activities have included service on the Citys Elder Affairs Advisory Board. He has served as president of the Boca Falls Homeowners Association and Briarcliff at Woodfield Country Club Homeowners Association. He was elected to serve on the School Advisory Councils for Waters Edge Elementary and Olympic Heights High School. He also served two terms on the Florida Bar Board of Governors. Weinroth and his wife, Pamela, are very active in the community. Weinroth has served as VP and chair of finance at Bnai Torah Congregation in Boca Raton and has also served as a volunteer in the Guardian ad Litem Program, advocating for the needs of abused and dependent children and is a member of the Rotary of Boca Raton. Robert and Pamela have four sons in their blended family.Weinroth Launches Campaign For Boca Raton City Council Seat D

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8 -Edition 160 October 11, through October 24, 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 Online Edition Editor Social Media Software Engineer The Boca Raton Tribune, address. sidered for publication. to the editor.Letter Guidelines Letters to the EditorBy Clay Robinson How are you feeling today? When presented with this question do you think only about aches and pains, or do you also think about your mental state? Many of us walk around each and every day with a million things on our mind. Thoughts that occupy your mind will actually determine how you feel. So when asked that question again, think about how you feel mentally. We are always told to take care of our body because its the only one we have. Well, that should apply to our mind also. When you feel bad mentally how do you react to others around you? Do you do and say things that cause even bigger issues? Afterwards do you regret some things you have said or done, or do you think nothing of it? If someone tells you that you hurt their feelings, does it bother you? These are questions that need to be asked, but are usually asked only in counseling sessions. I have occasionally asked people I know What do you think will happen if you stood on the corner and started screaming? It often gives me some insight into how that person feels about mental health. How do you think mental health is viewed in our society? Are you comfortable speaking about your thoughts and feelings? If someone you know asked for your help, what would you do? There are numerous approaches and questioning opportunities that can help a person begin to think about how they really feel. One main problem is many seldom get the chance until something bad happens. I recently had a discussion with an acquaintance who described how not taking mental health more seriously can have a lasting impact on you and those closest to you for years to come. She spoke with me about what she described as the unraveling of her sisters mental health due to lack of knowledge or understanding about mental health and her mothers denial. She described how as a young child she watched her sister engage in conversationswhen there was clearly no one there and exhibit other behaviors that where so extreme and contrary to the rest of her family members, she sensed something wrong. She discussed these behaviors over and over again with her mother and continuously begged her mother to seek out help for her sister. She was met with denial and the belief that she would grow out of it. Because this took place back in the early seventies in a small southern town, she had two things working against her, the lack of societys knowledge about mental health and her mothers fear of being ostracized. Fast forward to forty years later; her sister has still not received any help. She has floated from one unhealthy relationship to another, become the mother of two children, and spent years self-medicating with alcohol and other drugs. Her life as well as the lives of her children, siblings, mother, and plenty of others she has come into contact with has been negatively impacted in some way because of the decision to look the other way early on. She will never know if getting her sister help back then would have made things turn out any differently, but it would have been worth a try. She is now headed back to that same small town to figure out how to do what should have been done so long ago, and yes, her mother is still in denial and wont discuss it. So, how do you really feel?Your Mind TodayDear Dr Gora, This is in regards to your Column entitled: Trayvon Martin, Meets George Zimmerman. Except in this perpendicular universe, we DO know most of the details of the real meeting. We know that a troubled youth from a broken family (his father was shacking up in Sanford with his latest squeeze while still married to Trayvons stepmom and divorced for 14 years from Trayvons biological mother who couldnt handle his delinquency and sent him to stay with his father who also failed to discipline him) chose to return to and confront a mild-mannered community servant who was trying to keep his neighborhood safe from an almost daily rash of criminal activity, most of it committed by young, black males just like Trayvon. @crankuptheheat @crankuptheheat /crankuptheheat

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Edition 1609for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comOctober 11, through October 24, 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. People as they Really Are! Going Beyond What The Law Requires bocaratontribune.comIt might appear advantageous for any society if people could be recognized and known as they really are. Nevertheless, that is a practical difficulty. Individuals are in the process of perpetual becoming. Some get worse than they were, though many make a significant effort to be always better today than they were yesterday, and so on! Furthermore, the circumstances of any given moment affect how people will act; the manner one dresses, the location where one is present at a certain time, as well as the nature of any conversation held, brings something different from each person. Not to be forgotten also, when people are in a group they can easily put up fronts and act somewhat differently than they really are most of the time. Even in religious institutions theres an inbuilt proclivity on the part of some to look, act, and appear better than others which, of course, can never happen since theres no human perfection on earth. No one can ever reach that level while in the world; any such attempt is just a fake! It was the ancient, Pre-Socratic philosopher, Heraclitus, who had stated that no person enters the same river twice. Each occasion one descends its banks, the water is new, the gravel at the bottom is different, even the fish will vary. Much more so is the case with human beings. The experiences of each new day affect ones thinking and being; new issues learned and attitudes manifested change continually, causing one to act differently. Personal growth or lack thereof, from one day to another, affect the personal projection of ones self! Nevertheless, however true all that may be, certain features need to remain constant in each individual, regardless of where she or he may be; certain values acquired may be among those things which never change, and continue to affect human behavior in consistent ways. More than anything else, ones identity must be recognizable and a persons genuineness should remain steady, apart from other changes occurring. While much is in flux in every human life, theres also much that does not pass away, and such are the traits which can best point to people as they really are, every moment you encounter each! When you think about the rules and regulations that affect you in the workplace, whether they are broadbased laws that apply to everyone or statutes that were designed specifically for your industry or profession, how do you deal with them? Do you comply only to the minimum extent required, choosing to abide strictly to the letter of the law, or would you consider the sometimes broader spirit of the law the underlying and sometimes more demanding intent behind it? For years I have consulted with business and professional leaders, helping them to grasp and understand biblical principles that apply to the everyday marketplace. When I began doing this, it became evident that to avoid the danger of not practicing what I was teaching, I had to do an honest self-appraisal. This included examining my life for any past issues that I ignored or had not properly resolved. To be honest, doing this can be humbling and uncomfortable, but I felt it was necessary and important for my integrity as a consultant. I became convicted about a small, unpaid corporate debt from a previous business I had owned. Although the financial obligation was corporate, and legally I had no personal responsibility, God made it clear that He wanted all of my business dealings to be beyond reproach. As a result, I tracked down the business that was still owed money by my former company and sent them a check for the proper amount. The owners were more than surprised they were amazed. They called not only to thank me but also to tell me that since the debt had been written off and removed from their financial records, they donated the payment to a local church. Without question, I could have overlooked the unpaid debt. It was a legally constructed corporate entity a business that no longer existed that technically owed the money. Since my personal finances were not involved in any way, legally I had no responsibility. That was what the letter of the law would have said. However, as a follower of Jesus Christ, committed to living and working with integrity, I could not use that excuse. The spirit of the law, I knew, would have said differently. How could I speak with and advise leaders in the workplace about honesty and integrity if I were not willing to hold myself to the same standards? In the Bibles New Testament, Ephesians 5:3 teaches, But immorality or any impurity or greed must not even be named among you, as is proper among saints. Gods standards as He reveals in the Scriptures often exceed the law, but if we are to be effective and credible as His ambassadors, it is essential for us to live accordingly. My purpose is not to put anyone under a guilt trip. However, if God brings to your mind something you have done that should be corrected or something you need to do I urge you to follow through on that as soon as possible. Even if it means going beyond what the law requires. You will not regret it. By Rick BoxxINTEGRETY MOMENTS Copyright 2013, 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. gives a biblical approach for doing business with integrity.

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10 -Edition 160 October 11, through October 24, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comThe Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS When 99-year-old Charlie Brooks attended elementary school, Woodrow Wilson was President of the United States, and World War I was wrapping up. Fast forward to 2013, and Brooks finds himself once again in an elementary school classroom. Only this time, he is part of a one-ofa-kind program that is pairing up our areas youngest with our areas seniors. Sunrise Park Elementary School in Boca Raton has created a unique partnership with a senior living facility that allows seven seniors, age 80 to 99 to work with students in the classroom. The program was inspired by second grade teacher Sarah Lazarus, whose mother is currently in an assisted living facility in Miami. It started as a simple idea a few years ago, and is now a full program for the children. You never would believe how well two people who are almost a century apart in age can relate to one another, and enjoy each others company, Lazarus said. The volunteers help the kids with reading, writing, math and science. And once in a while they can slip in a little history lesson about what the world was like when they were in elementary school. There are so many seniors with valuable experience and knowledge that can be helping to guide, teach and motivate young learners, Principal Alicia Steiger said. Having them volunteer in the school gives the seniors a sense of responsibility, and feeling of being needed, she said. The children love the one on one attention and help they receive from the seniors and the teachers appreciate any extra help they can receive in the classroom. For more information about the program, call Sunrise Park Elementary School at 561.4774300 or e-mail sarah.lazarus@ palmbeachschools.org.Local Elementary Teacher Credited For Program That Helps Seniors,Kids By Bito David The award-winning Boca Raton Community High School Drama Department will open its season with a spectacular production of William Shakespeares most joyful and moving comedy, Much Ado About Nothing. With a talented cast of more than 35 students, a revolving stage, and even a disco dance floor, Much Ado About Nothing will run from Oct. 17 through 19 in the schools Kathryn Lindgren Theatre. In Shakespeares beloved comedy Much Ado About Nothing, young, earnest Claudio falls in love upon first meeting the equally smitten Hero; much to the dismay of his comrade, Benedick, who wittily battles with the Lady Beatrice on the drawbacks of love. The stage is set for merry conflict as those who jest at love are caught in a hilarious scheme to make them fall in love. Meanwhile a malevolent plot brews to disrupt Claudio and Heros nuptials, setting in motion a series of events that challenge loyalty, test character, and examine the fickleness of life and love. Boca Raton Community High Schools Kathryn Lindgren Theatre is at 1501 NW 15th Court, (just east of Interstate 95 and south of Glades Road, across from University Commons Shopping Center). Show times are Thursday, Friday and Saturday Oct 17-19 at 7 p.m. and also on Saturday, Oct. 19 at 2 p.m. Tickets for open seating are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. VIP Reserved seating is $15. The house opens 30 minutes prior to curtain. Group rates (for 20 or more) are available on request. The Boca Raton Community High School seasons second major production will be the tap dancing sensation 42nd STREET. Performances will run through Feb. 27 -March 2. For more information, call 561338-1533 or visit www.bocadrama. com.Much ado About Nothing Gets a 1980s Makeover at Boca High bocaratontribune.com

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Edition 16011for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comOctober 11, through October 24, 2013Municipal NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune Boca man Charged with Possession of Cocaine, Erectile Dysfunction MedicinePolice arrested a Boca Raton man they caught him outside a bar with cocaine and erectile dysfunction medicine he bought online from an overseas company. Thomas Aaron Johnsen was booked into the Palm Beach County Jail on one count of cocaine possession and two counts of possessing a harmful new drug without a prescription. He was released the following night on $3,000 bail, county records show. An officer noticed Johnsens blue Infiniti parked outside Nippers Bar and Grill at 1751 N. Military Trail shortly after 3 a.m. and approached it, according to a police report. Johnsen had a white powdery substance between his nose and mouth, according to the police report. Its unclear what that substance was. Asked about the cocaine, the 34-year-old replied, I cant help myself anymore, the report said. Johnsen gave her permission to search the car and the officer spotted a small purple baggie filled with a white, powdery substance between the driver seat and door. She also found two more baggies of white substance and two plastic sheets with five to six blue, diamond-shaped pills and white, circular pills. A poison control technician later identified the drugs as cocaine and Aurogra, according to the report. The identity of the third drug is not clear. Aurogra is a nonscheduled medication for erectile dysfunction, according to the report. Several websites offer it for about 70 cents a pill, apparently without a prescription, and bill it as a generic, cheaper form of Viagra.Gas Smell in Boynton area no cause for concernBOYNTON BEACHResidents living in the area between Lantana Road and Boynton Beach Boulevard are reporting the smell of gas in their neighborhoods. Florida Public Utilities said they have added mercapton odorant to their natural gas lines and that there is no gas leak. FPU has advised us that they will be adding the odorant in the Boca Raton area next so residents may detect the smell of gas in that area later this afternoon. However, FPU wants to assure residents that there is no gas leak. PBCFR has responded to more than 30 incidents for investigation of the smell of gas. A Fort Lauderdale man has been arrested by police in Boca Raton on charges that he had four fraudulent credit cards. Around 5 p.m. Thursday, police said they witnessed a car that did not stop while exiting a plaza and pulling onto West Yamato Road. Officers stopped the car on Dixie Highway and found a small amount of marijuana in the car. While police were searching the car, they also found four credit cards. Officers checked the magnetic strips on the cards and found that they did not match the number on the front of the cards. Boca Raton police arrested the suspect, Kerby Honorat, and charged him with four counts of forgery of a credit card. According to police, Honorat used one of the cards to buy cigarettes from a CVS store. Two other people in the car were arrested on drug and suspended license charges.Fort Lauderdale man Charged with Using Fraudulent Credit Cards BOYNTON BEACH A 23-yearold is in critical condition after being shot just after midnight on Monday in Boynton Beach, according to local police. The incident occurred in the 400 block of Northwest 12th Avenue. The victim, a passenger in a gray pick-up truck, was shot at least once. Police said the driver of the truck flagged down an officer at the intersection of Northwest Third Street and Boynton Beach Boulevard. The victim, whose name has not been released, was taken to Delray Medical Center. Anyone with information is urged to call Det. Jason Llopis at 561-7328116 or Crime Stoppers of Palm Beach County at 800-458-TIPS.Crash Leaves man in Critical Condition Boca Raton, FL On Thursday, October 3, just before 5:00 p.m., members of the Boca Raton Police Departments Tactical Team were driving east on West Yamato Road near NW 2nd Avenue, when the driver of a gold Chrysler failed to stop when exiting a nearby shopping plaza, catching the officers attention. The officer observed the passenger was not wearing a seatbelt and stopped the vehicle. The officer made contact with the driver, Vetny St. Julien, who immediately told the officer that his drivers license was suspended. Another officer saw a small piece of marijuana on the center console. The front passenger and owner of the car, Donner Guerlins, admitted to officers that he had marijuana in his pocket and showed them two small baggies of marijuana. Kerby Honorat was seated in the rear of the car with a CVS bag containing two cartons of cigarettes on the seat next to him. When officers searched the car, they found two debit cards under the front seat; one was a netSpend Visa which is commonly associated with tax refund fraud. Officers also found copies of checks and a tax return document in the trunk of the car, none of which belonged to the vehicles occupants. Guerlins denied any knowledge of the debit cards under the seat, but said the documents in the trunk were his. Officers discovered that the debit cards found under the seat were fraudulent and Honorat admitted that the debit card he used to buy the cigarettes was also fraudulent. Honorat had several other fraudulent debit/bank cards in his wallet. Officers were able to verify through the associated banks that the cards were fraudulent. Officers arrested all three and charged Honorat with four counts of credit card forgery; St. Julien was charged with driving on a suspended license; and Guerlins was charged with possession of marijuanaMan arrested for forging credit cards bocaratontribune.com

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The Delray Beach Tribune October 2013www.delraybeachtribune.com The Delray Beach TribuneEdition 14 B1 FREE for news 24/7 go to delraybeachtribune.com CommunityCity Shows Appreciation to its Incredible WorkersSee page B5Continued on page 4By Jason Schwartz and Samantha NeeleyDELRAY BEACH After an extensive and competitive bidding for a prime redevelopment site in the core of downtown, iPic Entertainments proposal for a mixed-use development anchored by an eight screen, 529-seat luxury movie theater, received a unanimous vote by the citys Community Redevelopment Agency recently. We are excited and honored to be chosen for this unique and one-of-a-kind project and look forward to bringing the revolutionary concept of iPic Theaters to the historic City of Delray Beach, said Hamid Hashemi, president and CEO of iPic Entertainment. Slated to open in 2015, the high-end movie theater will develop on the historic Old Delray Library site on Southeast Fourth Street. The project will create more than 400 jobs and attract more than 400,000 visitors to downtown Delray Beach, according to a news release. The new iPic Theaters at the 1.57 acre Fourth and Fifth avenues site will mark iPics second location in South Florida, joining its flagship Boca Raton location situated at the luxury dining and shopping destination, Mizner Park.The Delray GreenMarket will begin its 18th season on Saturday, Oct. 19, returning to the Old School Square Park for the second year. The Market will take place every Saturday morning through May 10, 2014, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Delray GreenMarket is a favorite weekend destination for many local residents and visitors, offering fresh produce, plants, baked goods, gourmet food items, and other unique fare from local vendors in an open-air setting. With free live entertainment each week, playground equipment, and a variety of special events, the GreenMarket is a fun and educational experience for the whole family. Thanks to a collaboration with the Delray Beach Center for the Arts, there will be more kids activities at the Market this season. The nonprofit will debut its Budding Artists booth, offering fun, meaningful crafts each weekend using natural and recycled materials. Crafts will be led by art teachers from the Center for the Arts, assisted by volunteers from Atlantic High School. Weve always wanted to offer more quality kids activities at the Market, said GreenMarket Manager Lori Nolan. The Delray Beach Center for the Arts is the perfect partner, and were glad to have them on board this season. Many new vendors are also joining the market this season offering products such as paella, Thai tacos, fresh baked fruit pies, pet products, and tropical fruit trees while many familiar vendors return. With space for more than 60 vendors, the Delray GreenMarket will offer shoppers a wide variety of products.iPic Clears First Hurdle to Coming DowntownDelray GreenMarket Returning to Old School Square Park for 18th SeasonContinued on page 8 CommunityPark Ten Industrial Business Park Celebrates 34 Years in Delray BeachSee page B5BusinessDelray Medical Center Hosts Trick or Treat emed Child Safety EventSee page B4Business2 Local Tenet Hospitals Receive A Safety Ratings in National SurveySee page B5

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www.delraybeachtribune.com B2 The Delray Beach Tribune Edition 14The Delray Beach TribuneOctober 2013 Delray Beach Tribune Marketing DirectorChris Catoggio chris@bocaratontribune.comAccount ExecutiveAngelo Lima, Marguax Vickers,Nick Fito Andre HeizerGraphic DesignDuke ThrushPhotographersNicole Vickers, Gabriela Heizer Barbara McCormickVideo Production DirectorKlaiton SilvaDelray Beach Tribune For general information Fax:Copyright 2012 by The Delray Beach Tribune. All rights reserved by The Delray Beach Tribune. All submissions and published materials are the property of The Delray Beach Tribune. This publication may not be reproduced in whole or in part without express written consent from The Delray Beach 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 Delray Beach Tribune. The friendly community where friends do business with neighbors. AUDIT PENDING Community Papers of Florida West Boca Chamber of Commerce Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce Independent Free Papers of America Paper Chain Council City Clerk Recognized for Work at County, State LevelsDELRAY BEACH Palm Beach Town Clerk Susan Owens honored Delray Beach City Clerk Chevelle Nubin recently for her work as District director of Florida Association of City Clerks Southeast District. Nubin has been an active member of the organization since joining in 2003. She has served in several leadership positions and has earned prestigious designations. The job of city clerk encompasses a wide range of responsibilities, including maintaining legislative records, handling elections and helping with public records research. Nubin began her career with the city in 1999 as the Excel Five Focus Coordinator and later the extended Day program coordinator. She began climbing the career ladder in 2002 when she was promoted to executive assistant/agenda coordinator. A year later she was named deputy clerk and the following year, she became clerk.Firefighters Honored for Working With the Muscular DystrophyDELRAY BEACH Mayor Cary D. Glickstein honored firefighters Tuesday for their volunteer efforts throughout the past five decades with the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Glickstein proclaimed August Firefighter/MDA month in Delray Beach and called on citizens to support the citys firefighters. Last year, fire Fighters statewide collected roughly $1 million to support MDAs lifesaving research the MDA Foundation and, in the past 11 years, has raised $85,850 with its Fill-TheBoot campaign. MDA is dedicated to finding treatments and cures for muscular dystrophy and ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or Lou Gehrigs disease). Muscular dystrophy is a group of genetic diseases that causes damaged muscles to get progressively weaker. Some varieties of the disease can also affect the heart. ALS causes the nerve cells that send a message from the brain and spinal cord to muscles to degenerate and die. The brain is no longer able to initiate and control muscle movement. People in the later stages of the disease may become totally paralyzed.Promote your Company on a Moving Billboard What better way to tell people about your business or company than to have your contact number and information on a van transporting children? KOPMN, formerly the Knights of Pythagoras Mentoring Network, has limited sponsorship opportunities in its transportation department. You cant beat this deal, said Bobby Canatta, chairman of the Board of Directors. Every time that van goes out on the road, you have the ability of literally hundreds of people seeing your promotion. And especially as a supporter of youth-related activities, I would be more inclined to support that business than one thats not involved. The Delray Beach Police Department donated a 15-passenger van to KOP recently to transport children in the organization. For more info, call 561-665-0151.Town Hall Meeting to Focus on SchoolsDELRAY BEACH The public is invited to attend and participate in a Town Hall meeting, where the focus will be on local public schools. The meeting will be 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 17 at Atlantic Community High School, 2455 West Atlantic Ave. City officials hope to provide the community with a better understanding of the educational opportunities that are available for the areas youth. For more information, contact the Citys Community Improvement Department at 561-243-7203 or by E-mail at CIdirector@mydelraybeach. com. Delray Senior Living Community Receives Five-Star RatingDELRAY BEACH Abbey Delray senior living community has earned a five-star quality rating in its Health Center. The prestigious recognition from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is given to only the top 10 percent of senior health care providers in each state. Ratings are based on surveys for quality measures, onsite inspections and staffing. The Agency for Health Care Admission goes unannounced every year to conduct surveys and inspections at health care centers throughout Florida. We work to deliver the highest level of care to our residents and their families, said David Randazzo, executive director of Abbey Delray. Receiving a five-star rating is a true testament to the phenomenal work by our staff in the Health Center, and Im proud to see their efforts recognized on a state and national level.Meeting Times and PlaceAmerican Legion AuxiliaryPost 65 1st Tuesday, 6:30 p.m., 263 NE 5th Ave. American Legion & Sons of the American LegionPost 65, 1st Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., 263 NE 5th Ave. Delray Beach Rotary: Tuesday, 12 noon, Delray Beach Public Library, 100 W. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach-Sunrise: Friday, 7:15 a.m., Delray Beach Golf Club, 2200 Highland Ave. Delray Beach Voters League, 3rd Monday, 7:30 p.m., 301 NW 3rd Ave., 561-2767680 Delray Beach Kiwanis, Wednesday, 7:30 a.m., Delray Beach Golf Club, 2200 Highland Ave. Elks (BPOE #1770): 2nd and 4th Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. 265 NE 4th Ave. Lions Club: 2nd and 4th Tuesday, 6 p.m. (2nd Tues., Heritage Park West, 5859 Heritage Park Way, Dinner meeting 4th Tuesday, 6 p.m., Public Library, 100 W. Atlantic Ave.) r fr ntbbttntb rffnftbbf ftfbffff f rfntbftEXTREMEfrrr

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The Delray Beach Tribune October 2013www.delraybeachtribune.com The Delray Beach TribuneEdition 14 B3 delraybeachtribune .comPower Outages, Road Closure Expected in Highland Beach FPL Improves System over next 90 days HIGHLAND BEACH Residents can expect power outages over the next 90 days as Florida Power & Light Company install 40 new concrete utility poles and associated overhead equipment along State Road A1A. The planned schedule is as follows: 3407 and 3101 South Ocean Blvd. between 3101 and 2727 South Ocean Blvd. The new concrete poles are stronger than the existing ones and are built to withstand wind gusts of up to 140 miles per hour, according to a news release from the company. They will also require a crane to install them. Single-lanes along A1A will be closed intermittently from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to avoid rush-hour lane closures. Safety personnel with flags will help direct traffic during work hours. Delray Seeking Volunteer ReadersDELRAY BEACH The City is looking for a few good men and women to read to kids during the second annual Delray Reads Day. The event aims to bring readers into every public elementary school classroom in Delray on Nov. 13. The reading day also is designed to create awareness about the need to increase third-grade reading scores. The end of third grade marks a significant milestone in academic performance because this is when a child is expected to transition from learning to read to reading to learn, said Janet Meeks, the citys education coordinator. As part of the Community Solutions Action Plan, our goal for Delray Reads Day is to recognize the exemplary efforts by our teachers and schools, emphasize the importance of improving student reading and build long-term relationships that will benefit our students, our schools and our community as a whole. Prior to the reading event, a breakfast for participants will be held at Toussaint L Overture High School. Speaker will be Byron Garrett, chairman of the National Family Engagement Alliance and former CEO of the National PTA. To learn about Delray Reads Day and to register to volunteer to read, visit delrayreads.org or call 561-243-7231.Delray Beach Playhouse Offers Professional Acting WorkshopsDELRAY BEACH The Delray Beach Playhouse will offer ACTORCISE, a series of professional acting workshops conducted by veteran actor, director and playwright Tony Thompson. The workshops will be at the Playhouse, 950 NW 9th Street and will run from Oct. 13 to Nov. 17. They will be on Sunday afternoons from 4 to 6:30 p.m. The fee for the six workshops will be $120, and class size is limited. Thompson been honored with Artserves Artist of the Year Award (2007), the Florida Library Divisions Culture Keeper Award (2004) and the prestigious Carbonell Pioneer Award (2000). In 1985, he was a founding member of Vinnette Carrolls Repertory Theatre in Fort Lauderdale and is currently the artistic director of the Metropolitan Diversity Theatre Company, which is dedicated to discovering, nurturing and presenting new theatrical talent. His credits include Im not Rappaport, Driving Miss Daisy, Paul Robeson and Frederick Douglas: A Trumpet for Freedom. He is also the author of nine plays. Each session of his workshop will be divided into exercise work followed by scene studies and monologue development to help each actor continue to grow as an artist. Thompson will provide individual attention, suggestions and constructive feedback based on years of practical experience. To register for the workshops or for more information, call 561-2721281 ext. 4.Ideas Sought to Decorate Van How creative are you?KOP, formerly the Knights of Pythagoras Mentoring Network, needs your ideas to decorate its passenger van. This van was donated by the police, we will be transporting children and it will be a moving billboard, so we are hoping that people will be creative and come up with ideas on how we should wrap it, said Bobby Cannata, Chairman of the KOPMN Board of Directors. The Police Department, which has a longstanding partnership with the nonprofit organization, along with the city, donated a 15-passenger van to KOPMN, Cannata said. The van was previously used by the Parks and Recreation Department and was taken out of service recently, he said. The winning entry will receive prizes including one year of school supplies, a desktop computer and passes to local restaurants, Cannata said. The contest ends Sept. 15. Send entries to Van Contest, KOPMN, 401 W. Atlantic Ave. Ste. 09, Delray Beach, Fl 33444.Delray Beach Marketing Cooperative to Co-Sponsor the National Championship of Extreme Volleyball ProfessionalsDELRAY BEACH The Delray Beach Marketing Cooperative is partnering with the Palm Beach County Sports Commission to cosponsor the Extreme Volleyball Professionals Pro Series National Championship. Returning to Delray Beach for the third year in a row, this event will be held on Saturday, Sept. 21, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the beach, between Atlantic Avenue and Miramar. It will be televised numerous times on various cable channels, including Sports TV, and will be broadcast through the Caribbean. The EVP Beach Volleyball Tours primary aim is to support beach volleyball events that engage families, fans, athletes, students, communities and sponsors in a great day at the beach. Spectators at each event will see elite athletes compete on the sand for top honors. They also will have a chance to interact with the pros by participating in contests and promotions. The Sept. 21 event will offer a $6,000 purse for men and women contestants, or six different cash prizes ranging in value from $1,300 to $200. The Hyatt Place Delray Beach will be host hotel for the EVP Beach Volleyball Tournament, offering a rate of $99 per night plus tax valid for September 1923. For reservations, call toll free 1-888-HYATT-HP (492-8847) or 561-3303530, and then select option 3 and ask for the EVP Tournament group rate. Potential visitors can also visit www.HyattPlaceDelrayBeach. com and enter in the Group Code G-EVPT and the dates they would like to stay. Dirt Fitness will also be on site at this event promoting health and fitness.Delray Beach Sister Cities to Host Golf Classic Sister Cities of Delray Beach will host the 2013 Golf Classic, The Mayors Challenge, on Saturday, Oct. 5 at the Delray Beach Golf Club, 2200 Highland Avenue. This is one of the major fundraising events for Sister Cities of Delray Beach with proceeds benefiting its student exchange program. Registration begins at 7:15 a.m. followed by an 8 a.m. Scramble/ Shotgun. At 1 p.m., participants will attend an awards luncheon where prizes will be given for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place teams, Mens and Womens Long Drive and 50/50 on all Par 3s. The entry fee is $75 per person and hole sponsorships are available for $100. Registration forms are available at City Hall, 100 NW 1st Avenue, or can be downloaded from the website, www.sistercitiesofdelraybeach.org, by selecting Events on the home page. For more information, contact Donna Beldowicz at 561-2437011 or by e-mail at beldowicz@ mydelraybeach.com. COMMUNITY BRIEFS

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www.delraybeachtribune.com B4 The Delray Beach Tribune Edition 14The Delray Beach TribuneOctober 2013By Jason Schwartz and Samantha NeeleyDELRAY BEACH After an extensive and competitive bidding for a prime redevelopment site in the core of downtown, iPic Entertainment's proposal for a mixed-use development anchored by an eight screen, 529-seat luxury movie theater, received a unanimous vote by the city's Community Redevelopment Agency recently. "We are excited and honored to be chosen for this unique and one-ofa-kind project and look forward to bringing the revolutionary concept of iPic Theaters to the historic City of Delray Beach," said Hamid Hashemi, president and CEO of iPic Entertainment. Slated to open in 2015, the highend movie theater will develop on the historic Old Delray Library site on Southeast Fourth Street. The project will create more than 400 jobs and attract more than 400,000 visitors to downtown Delray Beach, according to a news release. The new iPic Theaters at the 1.57 acre Fourth and Fifth avenues site will mark iPic's second location in South Florida, joining its flagship Boca Raton location situated at the luxury dining and shopping destination, Mizner Park. City official heralded the move calling it a big deal for the downtown area. This is a prime piece of real estate in our downtown core that has been sitting underutilized and has been slated for redevelopment for about seven years, so its great to finally see some motion on this after the last deal for this property fell through, said Elizabeth Burrows, spokeswoman for the CRA. The second reason, Burrows added, is the proposal from Delray Beach Holdings, LLC will offer varied uses that will benefit the downtown and add to the areas overall offering. Its creating classy office space, which is something that we need downtown Delray Beach and something weve been trying to get more of. Theres demand for it, she said. Were going to be putting more people in our downtown area that means more people with more disposable income to patronize the surrounding merchants, restaurants and everything thats there in our downtown. Delray moviegoers can expect the same level of affordable luxury and a superior movie-going experience as iPic's neighboring site, the release said. The development will boast spectacular architectural features and a mesmerizing atmosphere, along with a living wall and rooftop garden deck, while providing a memorable landmark for the growing downtown area. "iPic destinations go beyond movies," Hashemi said. "Moviegoers escape to where iconic design and contemporary luxury set the stage for an exclusive day or night out." iPic invites guests to enjoy movies in ultimate relaxation and style with the option of Premium or Premium Plus leather seating and iPic's gourmet, chef-driven Tanzy Express. Premium seat ticketholders will relax in large, plush leather seats and may purchase food and beverage from Tanzy Express and carry into the theater to enjoy at their seat. Premium Plus ticketholders enjoy the comfort of the exclusive full-leg reclining seats, pillows and blankets and personal service-call buttons that summon servers to deliver signature dishes or hand-crafted cocktails to their seat from Tanzy Express. iPic Delray will feature eight auditoriums with seating between 40 to 120 in an intimate setting. All auditoriums will be equipped with 4K digital cinema technology. All seats may be reserved ahead of time on iPic's proprietary reservation system by visiting ipic.com or moviegoers can simply download the iPic App to their iPhones or Android for a hasslefree, one-step transaction process. A free, exclusive membership program enables iPic members to cash in on discounted pricing, priority notification of tickets available for purchase to blockbuster movies, access to exclusive movie showings, free upgrades to Premium Plus seats and the ability to earn points toward iPic Member Reward programs.iPic Clears First Hurdle to Coming Downtown Delray Beach Tribune DELRAY BEACH Police are seeking witnesses to a crash on Atlantic Avenue near the Intracoastal Waterway Saturday night. The crash occurred around 8:30 p.m., as the driver of a red pickup truck was eastbound on Atlantic Avenue. As he crossed the ICW Bridge, he lost control of his truck. The car spun out and jumped a curb, striking a pedestrian, police said. The pedestrian, whose name was not released, was transported to Delray Medical Center as a trauma alert. The truck came to final rest against a tree, just a few feet from the edge of the Intracoastal Waterway. The investigation is ongoing; therefore no charges have been filed. Anyone with information about the crash is asked to contact Traffic Homicide Investigator Daniel Cramer at 561-243-7800.Police Seek Witnesses to Crash Near ICW DELRAY BEACH The Delray Medical Center Pediatric Trauma Council is hosting Passport to Safety, a community outreach event, on Oct. 26. The free event will be at Fire Station No. 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. It is in collaboration with West Boca Medical Center and Delray Beach Fire-Rescue. The goal is to promote safety and reduce injuries in children. As guests arrive to the Passport to Safety event, they will receive pretend passports. The firehouse will be set up with multiple booths, which will educate on topics ranging from water and bike safety to texting and driving. Participants will make their way to each of the stations until they receive a stamp of completion on their passport. Once the passport is filled, it can be turned in for a fun prize and/ or face painting. Children will also have the opportunity to trick or treat at each station to receive candy and prizes. We are proud to be a part of such an exciting outreach effort, said Mark Bryan, chief executive officer of Delray Medical Center. This event will be a great educational experience for the children in the community. To sign up for this event, or for more information, contact the Trauma Department at 561-495-3166.Delray Medical Center Hosts Trick or Treat Themed Child Safety Event delraybeachtribune.com

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The Delray Beach Tribune October 2013www.delraybeachtribune.com The Delray Beach TribuneEdition 14 B5 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 City Shows Appreciation to its Incredible WorkersBy Jason SchwartzThe 5,000 men and women who work downtown Delray Beach did not get as much done Wednesday as they do on a typical day. Thats because the Downtown Development Authority in partnership with SunTrust Bank and the Miami Dolphins offered dozens of reasons to stop working and start celebrating at an appreciation party recently. The SunTrust Bank, 302 E. Atlantic Ave., was transformed from a contemporary business banking facility to a festive space filled with great food and drinks, and a beauty bar section providing makeup and hair sessions along with fashion tips. With over 5,000 employees working in DDA district, it is hard to meet them all and to show our gratitude, said Marjorie Ferrer, DDA executive director. But with the help of SunTrust Bank and the many other partners that are part of this first ever event, we are hopeful that we can at least attempt to thank most of them. The Miami Dolphin Cheerleaders made an exclusive appearance, took photographs with guests and gave away great prizes including tickets to this seasons home games. Delray Subaru provided test drives in their 2013 and 2014 models along with giving all the employees free gifts and an opportunity to win some amazing prizes. One of the highlights was a charity component called Hand Bag it Over for Dress for Success of the Palm Beaches. Attendees were asked to bring a gently used hand bag or briefcase to donate in exchange for a gift certificate from Second Time Around, a local small business in Downtown Delray. After the event, the property owners, sponsors, executives and other guests attended a VIP Reception where they had a chance to a special evening to network and special recognition.DELRAY BEACH In todays economy, it is unusual to find a business that has survived more than three decadesmuch less in the same location. But thats just what the Park Ten Industrial Business Park can boast. Maintaining a business for three decades is a challenging undertaking in any industry and it requires the ability to not only adjust to changes but also to customer needs, said Joseph Carosella, general partner and one of the founders. Founded in 1979 by Carosella, Michael Bianchini, Donald Berlanti, and Richard Berlanti, the business has been in the family for four generations with three generations still actively participating in the business. Park Ten has an impressive list of tenants, some of whom have been with them for decades. One of their tenants, Tamiami Tile, has been in the complex for 32 years. They started with 3,000 square feet and now have 15,000 square feet of space. Another tenant, Orkin, had a structure built for them and has been a tenant for 22 years. Helmet City, a national supplier of lightweight cycle headgear, has been in the Park for 10 years. Park Ten is not only home to established businesses but it is also an incubator for new businesses as well. We are proud to celebrate this milestone in our companys history, said Nichole Carosella, property manager and a real estate broker. It is a testament to our founders and the vision they set into motion more than 34 years ago that weve successfully built upon their strong foundation and heritage of leadership.Park Ten Industrial Business Park Celebrates 34 Years in Delray Beach 2 Local Tenet Hospitals Receive A Safety Ratings in National SurveyBy Jason Schwartz Delray Medical Center and West Boca Medical Center were honored with an A Hospital Safety Score by The Leapfrog Group, hospital officials announced. The A score was awarded in the latest update to the Hospital Safety Score based on preventable medical errors, injuries, accidents and infections. The two local hospitals were among eight Tenet Florida hospitals that earned an A. The others are Coral Gables Hospital, Good Samaritan Medical Center, North Shore Medical Center, Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center, Palmetto General Hospital and St. Marys Medical Center. All of our hospitals are dedicated to delivering safe, quality care, Marsha Powers, senior vice president of operations of the Tenet Florida Region, said in a release. The hard work of all of the staff members, nurses and physicians is being exemplified through this distinguished award, which is grounded in evidencebased quality. The Washington-based Leapfrog Group evaluates hospitals based on data the hospitals file with the federal government as part of its treatment of Medicare patients. Leapfrog also asks hospitals to complete a questionnaire focused on information technology and employee education. Hospitals that earn an A have demonstrated their commitment to their patients and their community, said Leah Binder, president and CEO of The Leapfrog Group. I congratulate these hospitals for their safety excellence, and look forward to the day when all hospitals will match this standard. The Leapfrog Group was formed in the 1990s among employers such as General Motors, FedEx, UPS and Toyota that were concerned that many of their workers were getting hurt in hospitals that were supposed to restore them to health. About 180,000 Americans die each year from preventable hospital errors such as infections. The Hospital Safety Score was compiled under the guidance of the nations leading experts on patient safety and is designed to give the public information they can use to protect themselves and their families. To see Tenet Floridas scores as they compare nationally and locally, visit the Hospital Safety Score website at www.hospitalsafetyscore.org.

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www.delraybeachtribune.com B6 The Delray Beach Tribune Edition 14The Delray Beach TribuneOctober 2013We all have a wide variety of jobs and gain our skills through formal education, trainings or other sources. The vast majority of the time we place a great deal of value on the sacrifices we make for our employment preparation. So why do so many of us jeopardize or completely give up all that we have worked so hard for in a matter of a moment. Our jobs expose us to people who can sometimes have an impact on how we feel. Those feelings can range from sympathy, anger, jealousy, lust, etc. On almost any day somewhere, someone is allowing their work exposure to jeopardize all that he or she has worked for. We see professionals, to the not so highly trained experiencing the same things. So why is it that some of us can value what we have so much, be it income, family, etc. that we can control getting caught up and so many others cant? We all have days when an employee, supervisor, customer, or co-worker can test your inner control. When a challenging moment occurs at your job, are you quick to think about the consequences of your actions or are you the type of person who throws what you value out of the window and just lets go? If you are the type who just lets go regardless of the consequences, did you really value that which you have just risked losing? I personally have spent many hours talking to men and women who didnt control their emotional moments. Throughout my years as a business owner, I have also dealt with employees of my own who have allowed their emotions to get out of control. They claim to value their career, benefits, and income, yet some of them are so willing to risk it all by just simply losing control. A few years ago I met with a gentleman who was sentenced to classes for domestic violence. His problem began at home when there was an argument with his wife about one of the childrens school issues. The argument at home was not settled before he and his wife left for work and they happened to work in the same building separated by three floors. He explained to me that he had some comments to make to his wife, which he thought would solve the problem at home. What occurred was, his wife rejected is suggestion and embarrassed him in front of co-workers. He reacted by grabbing his wife around her neck which resulted in a domestic violence charge. Because the employer had zero tolerance for any fighting in the workplace, both he and his wife were terminated from their employment and loss all benefits and pensions. Between the two of them they had a combined total of 35 years on the job. Failure begins with you. It will always be your decision on how you respond to something. Dont try to say they made me do it, I dont know what happened, or my all-time favorite I blacked out yeah right! Barring a mental health condition that robs your cognitive control, its all on you. Its time for us to make better choices about behaviors that can cause us to lose the things we care so much about. We must not allow moments on our job to impact our lives negatively. Dont let the anger or frustrations take control. Remember the time, effort and often big bucks that went into our livelihoods. Too many times those livelihoods are lost all because of a moment.By Clay Robinson What Do You Value?Last month we left off considering, praying, and applying four truths about God. Because God has come to rescue and renew us in the person of Jesus Christ, let us now explore these four truths that really are good news. 1. God is greatso I do not have to be in control. 2. God is goodso I do not have to look elsewhere. 3. God is gloriousso I do not have to fear others. 4. God is graciousso I do not have to prove myself. I usually find that when I choose my sin over obedience to Jesus, it is because I have believed a lie about God. So repentance or changing my direction in an area of weakness, is all about believing the truth about God and asking him to bring my life in line with that truth. 1. God is greatso I do not have to be in control. This is such good news to those of us who have a tendency to worry. What this means, is that when I worry I have chosen to believe a lie about God; primarily that he is not as great as he says he is and thus I have to be in control. When Gods Spirit convicts me of my unbelief, I can then turn to God and worship him as being just as great as he describes himself. 2. God is goodso I do not have to look elsewhere. This is such good news to those of us who struggle with lust. Lust for the opposite sex, lust for money, lust for powerwhatever it may be, we have bought a lie. The lie is, God is not good enough in himself so we must look elsewhere. When I realize I have looked elsewhere for what is really good in my life, I can simply turn back to Him and worship Jesus for being my true best and fulfilling treasure. 3. God is gloriousso I do not have to fear others. This is such good news for those of us who struggle with the idol of approval. I do not actually have to live as a co-dependent people pleaser thanks to Jesus. And when I do, it is because I am choosing not to believe that he is truly glorious and putting my faith in the glory of others. Other people have become too big and God has become too small, or else I would have found my identity and worth in Gods acceptance and not need your approval. When I find myself here, God invites me to worship Him as being so glorious, and so satisfied with me because he is so satisfied with Jesus death and resurrection in my place. 4. God is graciousso I do not need to prove myself. This is such good news to those of us who struggle pride. Pride comes in different forms, and one of those forms can be when we think we can earn something from God, rather than just receiving his grace poured out on us through the Jesus. So when I become fearful, weary, and tired from all of my striving and performance-based livingJesus invites me to rest. To quit believing the lie that God is not as gracious as he promises to be, and to begin to worship him as the one who gives grace lavishly to sinners like me. The gospel really is good news. The death and resurrection of Jesus Christ has accomplished far more than we will ever realize for those who follow Him. This is more than just an ambiguous philosophy or feel good motivation idea that does not touch my life. I am indeed one that struggles on a regular basis with all of these things, anxiety, lust, approval, and pride. I find myself more than I would like to think with the RIDsrestless, irritable, and discontent. This is usually where my sin leads me and leaves me. But Jesus. There is good news in Jesus Christ and that is the only thing that ever takes me from where I do not want to into a place where I always want to be. But thanks be to God, who has given us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ. 1Cor. 15:57 More Good NewsFAITHBy Casey Cleveland Delray Beach Tribune delraybeachtribune.com

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Edition 16019for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comOctober 11, through October 24, 2013 DELRAY BEACH Fran Marincola, founder/partner of Caffe Luna Rosa, today announced that the popular beachside restaurant would be celebrating its th anniversary throughout October, which also happens to be National Tomato Month how perfect is that? When an Italian restaurant is judged, whether by customers or reviewers, its primarily judged on its tomato sauce thats why Caffe Luna Rosa uses San Marzano D.O.P Certified tomatoes in our sauce, said Marincola. As everyone knows, San Marzanos are widely considered to be the sweetest and best tasting tomatoes in the world, and are imported directly from Italy. As part of the restaurants 20th anniversary celebration during National Tomato Month, Caffe Luna Rosa is offering several tomato-based offers all month: + 2-for-1 Bloody Marys daily until noon, Monday throughFriday. + 2-for-1 orders of Rigatoni al Pomodoro e Basilico, the restaurants top-selling menu item 7 days a week for lunch or dinner. The delicious pasta is tossed with genuine D.O.P. San Marzano tomato sauce, along with toasted garlic and fresh basil. By creating a sauce using San Marzano tomatoes certified with the D.O.P (protected designated of origin) seal, were assuring our customers that Caffe Luna Rosa only uses the very best ingredient, not similar style tomatoes from some nearby region. Our customers expect the worlds best tomatoes and thats what we serve every day of the week. Certainly, buying only the best quality ingredients and providing customers with outstanding service has been the cornerstone of Caffe Luna Rosas success since Marincola first opened the doors back in 1993. What started out as a small Gelatoria has evolved into a casual restaurant offering a fine dining experience, which is why Caffe Luna Rosa has won numerous accolades, including: + Named the Best Italian Restaurant in 2013, as chosen by the readers of both Boca and Delray Beach magazines. + The recipient of the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence every year since 2003. + The recipient of a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2013. Only the topperforming 10 percent of all businesses listed on TripAdvisor actually earn this highly coveted award, which is given to establishments that consistently achieve outstanding traveler reviews on TripAdvisor. To be successful in the restaurant business and to be in business for 20 years, you have to be a compulsive perfectionist, Marincola said. Thats what I am and so are Chef Ernesto DeBlasi and Chef Marvin Barrera. Of course, that quest for perfection is tempered by a dedication to constantly meet the expectation of our customers, added Marincola. You have to give people what they want and thats been key to the success of Caffe Luna Rosa over the last 20 years. About Caffe Luna Rosa: Located at 34 S. Ocean Boulevard, directly across from the ocean in Delray Beach, Fl. Caffe Luna Rosa offers a memorable and authentic Italian dining experience in a casual atmosphere. The restaurant is designed on two levels with alfresco seating and an elevated open-air dining room highlighted by granite, authentic artwork and magnificent woodwork. Perfect for congenial conversation and people watching along the shoreline during the day. Caffe Luna Rosa is open daily from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. To make reservations, please call 561. 274.9404 or visit www. caffelunarosa.com.Cae Luna Rosa Will Celebrate 20th Anniversary Throughout National Tomato Month (October) With Special Tomato-Based 2-for-1 Oers

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Edition 16021for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comOctober 11, through October 24, 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. Are You Properly Inversted in Your Work?FAITHBy Robert J. Tamasy DIVORCE FLORIDA STYLEBy Mike Gora If you had the opportunity to do anything you wanted to do, and money (financial compensation) was not an issue, would you still do what you are doing right now? When a good friend asked me this question years ago, it caught me by surprise. I paused as I considered how to respond. Finally, I admitted that I would not. I would be doing something different. This conversation started a process that resulted in dramatic career changes that opened doors to opportunities I could never have imagined. So I found it interesting recently when I read a blog post by a writer another friend had recommended. The blogger, Seth Godin, is a marketing consultant, entrepreneur, and public speaker. He cited the importance of making wise, rewarding use of our time, talents and energy, echoing my thoughts years before when I was asked the momentous question. Godin wrote: Every day you invest a little bit of yourself into your work, and one of the biggest choices available to you is where youll be making that investment. That project you are working on or that boss you report to: Is it worth it? Investing in the wrong place for a week or a month will not kill you. But spending 10 years contributing to something you do not care about, or working with someone who does not care about you you can do better. Admittedly, in todays uncertain and often limited employment market, changing jobs is not something to be taken lightly. The adage, a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush, can apply to major career decisions. I have always reasoned it makes sense to find the next job before leaving the last one. However, as Godin pointed out, this does not justify squandering substantial portions of our working life performing functions and carrying out responsibilities that seem pointless or unrewarding. In the organization I work with, we talk with business and professional leaders about pursuing their passion, whether within the context of their work or, if necessary, outside of it. When we have the opportunity to do work and engage in activities we feel passionate about, which also provide personal fulfillment, we find contentment, become more productive, and enjoy life. Contrary to popular notions, work is not a necessary evil. God established work and designated mankind to be caretakers of His creation. In fact, the Bible describes God as a worker. By the seventh day God had finished the work he had been doing; so on the seventh day he rested from all his work. And God blessed the seventh day and made it holy, because on it he rested from all the work of creating that he had done (Genesis 2:2-3). As God did, pursue your passion and then rest. Work, of course, is not easy. But it becomes much easier and more enjoyable with the right motivation. So the Bible says we should ask God to establish the work of our hands for us yes, establish the work of our hands (Psalm 90:17). Ultimately, work is Gods idea, so its best to do what He wants of us and to do it His way.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. Savings FraudQ: I am a forensic accountant, and recently met with a local divorce lawyer and his client to prepare to file a case against her husband of 18 years. He and his brother own several franchises in a popular chain of restaurants. I explained that their corporation was registered as a Sub-chapter S corporation with the IRS. For income tax purposes, all of the net income of their business is considered personal income, whether or not it is all taken out of the company at the end of the year. Both men own 50 percent of the stock in the corporation, so half of the income winds up in their individual tax returns. According to the corporations tax return, until two years ago the corporation paid the two brothers almost all of the net profit as distributions. The last two years, however, they kept most of the profits in the corporation, as retained earnings. This meant they paid income tax on money they had not personally received, lowering money they had available as personal income, in two ways, as they had to pay income tax on money they never received. The client, according to her attorney, is a good candidate for permanent alimony, and there are 13-year-old twins to be supported. He also tells me that it is unclear whether a Florida court can count the income retained in the corporation as the husbands for alimony and child support. He is of the opinion that the husband and his brother may have been doing some divorce planning, as the brother-in-law is also going through a divorce. Is there any Florida law on this specific subject? A: Yes, but as usual, the bottom line is, It depends. The Florida Supreme Court has given the lower courts directions when faced with the same question. It ruled that the money kept in a Sub-S corporation may or may not be counted as increasing ability to pay alimony and child support, depending on whether there was a legitimate business reason to retain the earnings in the corporation. If the wifes counsel proves to the trial judge that the money was kept in the corporation for the purpose of defeating alimony and child support, and not for a legitimate business purpose, it can be considered as income. The court also ruled that the burden of proof was on the person in charge of the corporation to prove that he, or she, kept the money in the corporation for legitimate business purposes, and not to harm the spouse. In this case, history might help your client, if as you say; the retained earnings were greatly increased only when the two stockholders were contemplating divorce. On the other hand, if there was a plan to use the retained earnings to buy more franchises that had just become available, a judge might consider that as proof of good motive. If you testify that there was no good business reason to retain the amount of money kept in the corporation, you can bet that the husbands forensic accountant will disagree with you. If the case goes to trial, the judge will have to decide between your two positions.

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22 -Edition 160 October 11, through October 24, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com 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 16023for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comOctober 11, through October 24, 2013BusinessThe Boca Raton Tribune The Palm Beach County School System Transportation Department will hold a job fair to recruit bus drivers on Oct. 11. Officials said applicants should have a clean driving record, a positive attitude and a love for children. They must also pass the bus driver training course, communicate effectively in English and pass the Department of Transportation physical examination. The district provides free training for qualified hires who do not hold a commercial drivers license. The district also offers exceptional retirement benefits, competitive pay, health insurance and flexible schedule, officials said. The fair will take place at Pompey Park Recreational Center, 1101 NW 2nd Street, Delray Beach from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. To apply online, visit www.palmbeachschools.org/ transportation/Employment/ index.asp or call 561242-6500 For more information, contact Vickie Middlebrooks in the Office of Communications at vickie. middlebrooks@palmbeachschools. org or 561-357-7661.Job Fair to Recruit School bus Drivers PlannedLord & Taylor, a division of the Hudsons Bay Company, opened its new store today at Mizner Park in downtown Boca Raton, Florida. The new two-level, 80,000 square foot store marks the retailers return to the Florida market. We are so excited to be in the Florida market again and have received a warm welcome from the Boca Raton community, said Eileen DiLeo, EVP Stores for Hudsons Bay Company. We are enjoying reconnecting with both existing Lord & Taylor customers as well as welcoming new shoppers into our store. Lord & Taylor is known for a well-edited assortment of premier designers. The new store will reflect this assortment in all product categories including womens readyto-wear, accessories, beauty, shoes, and mens, all of which are tailored for the Boca customer and the Florida climate. Some of the marquee brands in womens ready-to-wear include Michael Kors, Theory, Marc by Marc Jacobs, BCBGMAXAZRIA, Stuart Weitzman and Coach. The new Lord & Taylor store will feature the companys latest store design; an upgraded shopping experience in an elegant and sophisticated boutique environment. The store design which emulates a classic style but with a new, updated twist is all about glamour, which can be seen in such details as 300 mannequins stationed throughout the space, showcasing strong fashion statements and chandeliers imported from Italy. The store will also offer new amenities to customers, including personal shopping, a spa, valet parking, personal shopping and onsite alterations. On October 9th, Lord & Taylor hosted a private party to benefit the Junior Leage of Boca Raton and the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County. The private event offered guests a first look at the new store and its modern, open concept design, as well as a glimpse into the exciting brands that are offered. Guests included Nina Garcia, Creative Director of Marie Claire and Project Runway judge, Mark Badgley and James Mischka of Badgley Mischka, designer Joseph Abboud, Richard Baker, CEO of Hudsons Bay Company, Bonnie Brooks, President of Hudsons Bay Company, Liz Rodbell, Incoming President of Hudsons Bay Company, as well as leaders from the Boca Raton community. The stores grand opening weekend will kick off this morning, with a ribbon cutting ceremony and breakfast. Throughout the day and weekend, shoppers can enjoy a variety of activities, including entertainment by DJ Fono, a self-serve candy bar, cocktails, and a photo mingle station. Lord & Taylor has developed a calendar of events for the rest of the season to generate excitement in the community and to support local charities. Mizner Park, an open-air, mixeduse center located in picturesque downtown Boca Raton, is the citys luxury retail, dining, office and entertainment destination. The 236,000-square-foot retail space offers shoppers an unparalleled experience, featuring world-renowned jewelers, top national retailers and one-of-akind boutiques. The addition of Lord & Taylor will enhance Mizner Parks stellar retail line-up, offering shoppers additional options, and filling a void for affordable, designer fashions and accessories. Lord & Taylor combines reputation, quality and merchandise that complements Mizner Parks renowned retail line-up and ambience, said Richard Pesin, EVP, General Growth Properties, Inc. Adding this high profile anchor to the center will greatly enhance our guests experience here.Lord & Taylor Makes its LongAwaited Return To Florida in Boca Raton

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24 -Edition 160 October 11, through October 24, 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.

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Edition 16025for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comOctober 11, through October 24, 2013Business NewsDemagogy and Socialism CARLO BARBIERIBy Carlo Barbieri In very few countries, the high demagogy cost of the arrogant socialists can be observed so explicitly like here in the USA. Being a country in which there is a great deal of respect for the Member States autonomy and independence, we could realize that, in this recent crisis between freedom of initiative and governmental interventionism, the onuses of demagogy attempting to implement a socialism that cannibalizes the productive resources to serve perks to the governmental bureaucracy. Let us take Florida, for instance. Certainly, it has been one of the most affected states by the economical crisis. No hurricane has ever been so devastating to this state as the crisis of 2008, in particular to the real estate segment, making millions of people in the field simply jobless. Property prices simply collapsed and, in some cases, they turned out to reach down to half construction cost. This fact, in addition to the undocumented immigrant persecution, who, back then, were not even allowed to drive any longer, have led millions of them to return to their origin countries, as it was the case with over 100,000 Brazilians who simply returned to their tropical country. On the other hand, let us see Detroit, the elite of American cities. Back in the 1950s, the city had one million and eight hundred thousand inhabitants, one of the highest income rates per capita of the country. Today, Detroit is legally in bankruptcy, it cannot afford to pay its debts. It has fewer than 700,000 inhabitants and its unemployment rate is around 20%. Only 10% of crimes are solved and it corresponds to one third of American per capita income currently. This city has received billions of dollars from the federal government after the local automobile industry was able to save and generate jobs. But the unemployment rate is still on the rise. Corruption and literal thefts by mayors emptied the public coffers and the state now owes about 20 billion dollars. The pension, retirement, health insurance and life funds from federal employees as well as generalized corruption are responsible for such calamity. Great factories left the city gradually as they were not profitable or productive due the high operational costs imposed by the labor unions. From all automobile industries, GM is the only one that is still there. Definitely the socialist experience, labor parties, the demagogic domain of political management by one ethnic group only as well as the endemic corruption destroyed the city and provided no possibility for any turnaround. Let us go back to Florida. After such shock Florida has shone again. Civil Construction is back on track. Real Estate prices are on the rise reaching two digits annually over the last couple years. But the job politics does not affect the Real Estate business only. Let us take into account a State which has no mandatory-paid vacation there is no punishment for laying off employees without any reason, there is no such 13th salary, no state income tax for private individuals, it has a great deal of respect for private property whose owners have their assets very well protected. In Florida, an invasion to any piece of property entitles the owners to shoot the intruder without giving the police a chance to press any charges against them. There are over 24,500 companies dedicated to high technology, generating about 300,000 jobs for very high-qualified people. This freedom to hire at the States discretion has turned Florida into the 3rd greatest American State in Cutting-edge technology. Segments of the so-called New Economy` such as Aviation and Aerospace, Information Technology, Training Technology, Simulations and Modeling, Natural Sciences and Security and Domestic Defense have found their natural habitat in Florida. This free-initiative environment has allowed Florida to be the spotlight for the `Business National Center`. Government incentives have been significantly used to generate jobs, investment and training. The public red tape, not the jobs, is reduced each and every day. Licensing and documentation have been accelerated. In doing so, Florida has become the 4th economical power in the USA (next year it must go up to 3rd in the rank) and the greatest hostess of internal migration in the country. The fallacious argument in which demagogy guarantees job security, initiatives that have led Michigan to have an experience of labor union as well as the American socialism has simply failed, bringing its economy to a halt, preventing any reaction to crisis. More than that, they have led people away from Detroit as well their industries to look for other spots within the American land or even abroad, where they could operate more freely without the financial infliction by the social demagogy of the labor unions. Even though the crowned king` may not agree, the American economy power has its foundation on the basis of respect and support of the free initiatives and not of the demagogical socialism.

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28 -Edition 160 October 11, through October 24, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comSportsThe Boca Raton Tribune ESPN Regional Television, a subsidiary of ESPN, announced the creation of the Boca Raton Bowl in a six-year agreement beginning in 2014. The pre-Christmas bowl game will be affiliated with the American Athletic Conference, Conference USA and the MidAmerican Conference with each conference participating an expected four times during the sixyear span. The bowl game will be played at FAU Stadium in Boca Raton, Fla., on the campus of Florida Atlantic University and nationally televised on ESPN or ESPN2. The open-air stadium opened in 2011 and seats just under 30,000 fans. Our community is excited to serve as hosts for the Boca Raton Bowl, said Patrick Chun, director of athletics, Florida Atlantic University. The national exposure associated with ESPN will be beneficial to our region, county, city and university on many levels. We are thankful to all of our local government officials and community leaders for making this game a reality. We look forward to building one of the best bowl experiences in college football. The local sales of the bowl game will be handled by ESPN West Palm, which is the FAU radio broadcast partner. Our team at ESPN West Palm is thrilled and honored to be a part of the first Bowl game in Palm Beach County history, said Steve Politziner, Good Karma Broadcasting vice president and ESPN West Palm general manager. We look forward to doing our part to ensure a great experience for fans, and to provide a new marketing opportunity for the local business community. ESPN Announces Creation of Boca Raton BowlBy Chad Beattie BOCA RATON, Fla. Lynn Universitys mens soccer team recorded an offensive explosion it hadnt seen in four years by downing Eckerd 7-0 on Wednesday afternoon. Yannick Braeuer notched his first career multigoal game and turned in a careerbest five points while his fellow countryman, Simon Gubisch, added a goal and two assists. The Fighting Knights improve to 6-41 overall and 3-1-0 in the Sunshine State Conference. This win marks the largest margin of victory against Eckerd (3-7-2, 1-2-0 SSC) since 2000 and tied for the second largest in program history. The Blue & White last scored seven goals overall in a match on October 7, 2009 in a 7-0 win against Johnson & Wales. Braeuer, from Hamberg, Germany, helped his team get on the board in the 13th minute of play when he took a pass from Gubisch, of Stuttgart, Germany, near the top-left corner of the 18-yard box. A quick spin move shook off his defender and Braeuer switched feet to fire a shot towards the upper right corner for the goal. Lynns offense looked to hit a stalemate until an Eckerd mistake in the midfield during the 35th minute freed up Gubisch on the left wing. The graduate midfielder raced towards goal and ripped a low line drive across the field and inside the right post to put LU on top 2-0. Michael ONeill didnt need long after that to make it a 3-0 game, scoring nearly two minutes later. The central midfielder played giveand-go with Braeuer 30-yards out on the right sideline and ONeill did not bypass his chance on a shot, serving one up past the diving Tritons keeper for his third goal of the year. Just as he did to start the game, Braeuer led off the second half with a bang goal to give Lynn a 4-0 lead. Keeper Kevin Shields started the play with a long kick off the pitch to the Tritons third of the field where Gubisch served a cross towards the middle of the box. Braeuer volleyed the ball past Toni Virtanen for his seventh career goal. Lynns offense was just opening up. Freshman Chris Hellman logged his first career point in the 55th minute when his corner kick from the right flag sailed off the head of Javier Mochon at the left post. Mochon leads the Fighting Knights with five goals and 11 points. Hellman later added his first career goal in the 82nd minute. The German forward stood over a free kick from 25-yards out and knocked a brilliant attempt over the wall and inside the left post to make it 6-0. Isaac Hamui and Chris Klarner hooked up for the final score in the 88th minute of play. Klarner beat his man on the left wing and sent in a textbook cross over the keeper and defender. Hamui found himself in the perfect place at the right time for the open-net strike. Kevin Shields had two saves on the day but Lynns defense did an outstanding job of keeping the Tritons away from its third of the field. LU outshot EC 24-3 and held an astounding 9-2 advantage in corner kicks.Tri-ton as it Might, Eckerd Cant Stop Lynn Mens Soccer

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Edition 16029for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comOctober 11, through October 24, 2013Sports BOCA RATON, Fla. Sophomore quarterback Jaquez Johnson, Conference USA Player of the Week and nominee for the Manning Award, has also earned Florida Atlantic Universitys student-athlete of the week honors after his performance during the Owls 37-23 victory over UAB on Saturday, Oct. 5. Johnson completed 23 of 36 passes for 299 yards, and two touchdowns at Legion Field in Birmingham, Ala. Johnson also rushed for a career-high 105 yards and one rushing touchdown as FAU scored 14 unanswered points in the fourth quarter. In all, he accounted for 404 of the teams 579 total yards and three touchdowns. As one of eight college quarterbacks nominated for this weeks Manning Award, sponsored by the Allstate Sugar Bowl, Johnson is highlighted on the Allstate Sugar Bowl Facebook page where fan vote will determine the weekly winner. Voting closes on Thursday, Oct. 10 Johnson was also named Conference USA Player of the Week by College Sports Madness, an award received by the players that made the greatest impact to their team each week.Jaquez Johnson Takes StudentAthlete Of The Week Honors By Chad Beattie BOCA RATON, Fla. Lynn Universitys womens soccer team defeated Eckerd 2-1 this Wednesday afternoon for their first win in the Sunshine State Conference. Senior captain Paige Meggison scored her third goal of the season paired with an own goal to take game improving the Fighting Knights record to (3-5-3, 1-1-2 SSC). The LU put the pressure on right from the start logging nine shots in the first half. Tatiana Penagos, Linzi Martin and Amanda Feldstein all relentless in their attempts forcing the Tritons keeper Morgan Crescent to make five saves, but unable to get a goal. It wasnt until the 50th minute of play when the Blue and White finally broke the Tritons (7-4-0, 1-1-0SSC) defense. Lina Forsman took a free kick just outside the box sending a dangerous ball into Eckerd territory. Crescent came out of her box to make a diving save but was unable to get a grip on the ball. Paige Meggison followed the shot for an easy stab into the goal. Lynn kept up the pressure and were compensated with a second goal four minutes later. Jordyn Turner crossed a ball into the box from the right side looking for Amanda Feldstein. A mis-touch by the Triton defense would put the ball in the back of the net before Feldstein had a chance to touch it. The Fighting Knights outshot the Tritons 23-5 and held a 8-1 advantage in corners. Morgan Crescent logged nine saves while LUs Megan Dolan stopped two shots on the day.Lynn Womens Soccer Earns First Win in SSC The Boca Raton Tribune SPORTS FORT MYERS, Fla. The Florida Atlantic University volleyball team lost a hard fought match to Florida Gulf Coast in five sets (24-26, 25-24, 19-25 25-19, 15-10) on Tuesday night. The first set foreshadowed the match to come as it featured 20 ties and eight lead changes, with neither team holding a lead larger than two points at any time. The score was tied at 24 when Jelena Jovanovic assisted on consecutive kills by Alessia Pizzoccheri and Ivana Bulajic to take the set. FGCU (7-10) quickly tied the match with a convincing 25-14 lead in the second set. Set number three was tied when Chelsey Tekavec served the Owls (9-9) out to a 17-13 lead. The Eagles never got closer than three points the rest of the way and FAU took a two sets to one lead. The fourth set was similar to the second as FGCU seized control early on and eventually won 25-19 to force a decisive fifth set. In In the fifth set, the Eagles led 3-1 and 6-4, with FAU rallying to tie the score on both occasions. However, at that point FGCU reeled off six straight points on its way to a 15-10 win. Kristi Tekavec had a team high 14 kills, one of four Owls in double figures. Jelena Jovanovic had 40 assists and 14 digs while Pizzoccheri had 10 kills and 13 digsCOLUMBIA, S.C. Florida Atlantic Universitys mens soccer traveled to South Carolina for the teams first meeting against the Gamecocks on Wednesday evening. The Owls lost the match 2-1, recording their second loss this season. Ronald Garcia-Hernandez led FAUs offense recording a game-tying goal in the first period. However, overall South Carolina led a strong offensive attack, tallying 22 shots versus FAUs seven, leading to its eventual win over FAU. In the first 15 minutes of play, South Carolina attempted three shots and a header however, two saves by FAUs goalkeeper Theo Jamilloux kept the Gamecocks from scoring. In the 25th minute, a foul on FAU resulted in a penalty kick by South Carolina that resulted in its first goal of the game. FAU quickly responded as Ryan Price stole the ball just inside the box. Price passed the ball to Garcia-Hernandez who provided the game-tying goal with a low, hard drive. In the remaining 20 minutes of the first period, FAU failed to gain any offensive opportunities. South Carolina attempted four more shots and a header but were unable to take back its lead, leaving the contest tied 1-1 at the half. The Owls defense held the Gamecocks at a tie until the final four minutes of the match. During the first 15 minutes of the second period, FAU was credited with a save on a header and a block while Jamilloux saved two shot attempts. Price attempted FAUs only shot in the first thirty minutes of the second period. At the 84th minute, Jason Garcia had a shot blocked which led to GarciaHernandez taking a corner kick that allowed Price to attempt to shoot again. The shot was also blocked as the Owls struggled to score before the end of the period. South Carolina earned the gamewinning goal in the 86th minute and despite a final shot attempt by FAUs Ramin Rahemi, the Gamecockers claimed victory, 2-1.FAU Volleyball Nipped in Five By Eagles FAU Soccer Losses Conference Match at South Carolina JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Florida Atlantic University golfer Jacqueline Shelly claimed victory after two rounds at the 7th annual JU Classic. The tournament was held at Marsh Landing Country Club and hosted by Jacksonville University. Shelly, a sophomore transfer from Mercer, won her first tournament as an Owl. The victory is also the first for an FAU golfer at the JU Classic. The tournament was originally scheduled for three rounds. However, the final round was cancelled due to unplayable conditions. Shelly carded a first round score of 70 on the Par 72, 5,987 yard course placing her in second. In the final round, she tallied 73 strokes for a final score of 143, taking a first place finish. Shelly collected five birdies and shot even par on 27 out of 36 holes. Nicole Marino was FAUs next finisher, tying for 55th place. The junior shot 84 in the first round to tie for 56th before carding 81 to improve her finish. Kayla DeSuza carded rounds of 85 and 83 for a tournament total of 168 strokes, finishing in 58th. Heather Netti and Amanda Ploener rounded out FAUs scoring, finishing just two strokes apart. Netti took 59th place after shooting rounds of 88 and 81. The freshman improved her finish from 62nd after the first round. Ploener carded rounds of 86 and 85 for a total of 171 strokes finishing in 61st. The JU Classic brought together 11 teams including the College of Charleston, North Florida, Stetson, Daytona State College, Wofford College, Troy, JU, High Point, Winthrop, and USC Upstate. FAU finished in 11th-place with a total of 67-over 643. The team carded a first round score of 325, good for 12th, before shooting 318 in the second round. FAUs womens golf team will compete at the 36th Annual Pat Bradley Invitational in Lakewood Ranch, Fla. starting on Sunday, Oct. 20. The tournament will be hosted by conference opponent FIU.Jacqueline Shelly Wins JU Classic

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30 -Edition 160 October 11, through October 24, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comSports George Donaldson threw two touchdown passes and James Theofilos scored on a 4-yard run as the Buccaneers (4-4, 3-4 Southeastern Football Conference North) handled the Scots (1-7, 1-6) in West Palm Beach. Jake Bargas threw an 80-yard touch down pass for the Scots.High School Football RecapStephen Louis ran for four touchdowns and added a touchdown pass as the Rams (3-4, 2-3 District 13-7A) stopped the Lions (1-6, 0-5) in Boca Raton. Richard Thompson ran for two touchdowns and caught a pass for a score for Heights. Wesley Michel scored a touchdown on a run and another on a kickoff return as the Tigers (2-3) handed the Blazers (4-1) their first loss of the season. Jordan Watkins threw two touchdown passes and seven different players scored as the Rams (6-1) coasted past the Scots (1-6) in Boca Raton. Dillon Richmond and Alexander Schneider had touchdown receptions for St. Andrews. Park Vista rushed for 350 yards on just 22 carries and rolled to a 58-0 victory over Spanish River on Thursday night. Jametrius Bentley led the Cobras (6-1, 3-0 District 10-8A) with 130 yards and two touchdowns on just six carries.Village Academy 50, Boca Raton Christian 7: Palm Beach Lakes 40, Olympic Heights 28 Benjamin 31, St. Andrews 6: John Carroll 49, St. Andrews 6: Park Vista 58, Spanish River 0: The Boca Raton Tribune SPORTS Luis Martinez threw three touchdown passes, leading Santaluces to a 48-34 victory over Boca Raton in a District 10-8A matchup Thursday night in Lantana. Martinez completed 13 of 22 passes for 248 yards to help the Chiefs improve to 4-3 overall and 1-2 in district play. Boca Raton fell to 3-4 overall and 2-1 in district play.Santaluces 48, Boca Raton 34:

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32 -Edition 160 October 11, through October 24, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com Tribune Sports of October 11, through October 24, 2013 See Page 28 ESPN Announces Creation of Boca Raton Bowl Jaquez Johnson Takes StudentAthlete Of The Week HonorsSee page 29 High School Football RecapSee page 30 FAU Soccer Losses Conference Match at South CarolinaSee page 29