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By Thomas Brennan & Jason Schwartz A new chapter is being written in the U.S. Marine Corps history as a Boca Raton native becomes the first woman to take over as senior advisor for the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit. Sgt. Maj. Lanette Wright relieved Sgt. Maj. Octaviano Gallegos Jr. as senior advisor for the 24 Marine Expeditionary Unit on March 14 in Camp Lejeune, N.C. The 45-year-old said she wants Marines, both men and women, to embrace the changing face of the Marine Corps and...More than 45 Rotarians and guests representing the six Rotary Clubs of Boca Raton united for a luncheon to honor outgoing Boca Raton Mayor Susan Whelchel at the Segreto Italian Restaurant in Downtown Boca. The Rotary Clubs District Governor 6930 Arthur Hodge presented Mayor Whelchel with The Paul Harris Award acknowledging the Mayors outstanding service to the community. He also emphasized how great it is to see the all six area clubs work together at this unprecedented event and that it should be done more often.Study Buddy Today Selected as One of ree Presenters at NYC EdTech. connect Forum YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR.Nearly 400,000 readers!The Boca Raton TribuneMarch 21, through March 27, 2014for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com See page 25 see page 5Communitysee page 9 Businesssee page 5 MunicipalBoca man Accused of Molesting 2 Girls, Declared a PredatorSportsFAU Soball Drops Series Finale Against UABsee page 5see page 19 see page 25 SportsFAU Mens Golf Finishes Sixth At Mission Inn Spring Spectacular Send us a picture of you reading The Boca Raton Tribune to pictures@bocaratontribune.comThe Beger Family reading The Boca Raton Tribune Boca Ratons Six Rotary Clubs United Boca Raton Woman Makes History as 1st Marine Sergeant Major Boca Raton Woman Makes History as 1st Marine Sergeant Major School District Blooms into Spring With Virtual Registration at Two Boca Schools By Owen Torres Spring is in the air, and with its arrival, the Department of Adult & Community Education at the School District of Palm Beach County launches online class registration at two Boca Raton community schools beginning March 31. Adults now have the option to enroll in Fun & Leisure classes from the comfort of their home. They can register and pay online via credit card to sign up for classes at Boca Raton Middle School and West Boca Community High School. The user-friendly, convenient online registration system will also be at Jupiter High School, Park Vista Elementary, Royal Palm Beach High School and Jupiter High School. It will be rolled out in phases to more schools throughout the rest of the year, school officials said.see page 4From Left: Jon Kaye, Angelica Blakely, Arthur Hodge, Mayor Susan Whelchel, Phil Lustig, Julie Vianale, Rod Mabe, Steve Hull, and Juan Ortega

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2 -Edition 178 March 21, through March 27, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com condolences to Donna Askew and the family of former governor Reuben Askew, one of the best Florida governors. Services are 2 pm today in Tallahassee and he will be buried in his home town of Pensacola Friday. proud to announce their summer camp programs for both Arts Garage and BaCA campuses. Arts Garage in Delray Beach will continue its successful program of a weeklong Summer Jazz Camp, and an 8week long summer camp. The new program in Pompano Beach at the Baily Contemporary Arts Center, will be named BaSE Camp, for Bailey Summer Enrichment and will run for 8 weeks. Both camps include classes in visual arts, music, drama, spoken word, dance and more. Camps begin June 9th. Scholarship programs are available. For more information on the Pompano offerings visit www. BaCApompano.org for classes in Delray Beach visit www.artsgarage.org. Theatre and Costume Museum, 7901 N. Fed. Hwy. to March 23. Call561.995.2333 or visit www. thewick.org for tickets. The 2014/2015 season includes: Swing, Oct. 23-Nov. 16; Mame, Dec. 4-Dec. 28; La Cage aux Folles, Jan. 8-Feb. 15; Man of La Mancha, Feb. 26March 22; Oklahoma, April 2-April 26 and Dames at Sea, May 7-24. Order tickets at www.thewick. orgor call 561.995.2333. Stage Door Theatre, 8036 W. Sample Road, Coral Springs through April 20. Visit www.stagedoortheatre.com or call 954.344.7765 for tickets and more information. (formerly The Jewish Guild for The Blind) Runway Fashion Show and Luncheon will take place Wednesday March 19, 2014 at The Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach. The Runway Fashion show presented by Saks Fifth Avenue Palm Beach will showcase 50 top looks from various designers. The event will begin at 11:00 am with a cocktail reception, shopping boutique and silent auction followed by a lunch and runway show at 12:30. For more information, contact Lauren Malis at 917-609-8017 or visit http://www. theluxegrp.com/. 1st St, Delray Beach, presents: Fighting Over Beverley, A Romantic Comedy by Playwright Israel Horovitz, to March 23. Call 561.450.6357 or visit www. artsgarage.org for tickets. through March 22, 2014 at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, 201 SW Fifth Avenue. Fort Lauderdale. Tickets at www.browardcenter.org or call954.462.0222. Zryl on www.wrpbitv.com Thursdays at 6 p.m. and Fridays at 6 a.m. Salute to Excellence dinner honoring entrepreneur Burt Rappoport is 6:30 p.m. March 20 at Bogarts on the premiere level of the Boca Cinemark Theatres, 3200 Airport Road. Call 561.306.6000 or visit www.kopmn.org Florida First Insurance president Jonathan Rausch, The Olschansky Group president Curtis Olschansky, Vistage Florida chair Chuck Anderson and Sun-Sentinel editorial columnist 10 pm Thursday and 10 am Fridayto win free tickets to the Cinemark theatres. You can be on too to promote your business or profession. Call 561.852.0000 for details. You can also watch the TV shows ON Demand on wrpbitv. Just click on this link: https:// vimeo.com/channels/barryepsteinlive. Divergent, Bad Words and Muppets Most Wanted opens Friday at the Cinemark Palace and Premiere theatres. Deneuve On My Way opens at the FAU Living Room Theatres, the Movies of Delray and the Classic Gateway in Ft. Lauderdale. Face of Love also opens at the FAU Living Room theatres. Nymphomania opens exclusively in Florida at the Classic Gateway, along with Enemy. with Shelly Isaacs is every Thursday at 10:30am at Movies of Delray 561638-0020 and Friday at 1:00pm at Movies of Lake Worth 561-968-4545. Visitwww.moviesofdelray.com for more information. presents Chess, March 21-April 5 in the West Boca Performing Arts Theatre at West Boca High School, 12811 W. Glades Road, Boca Raton. Call 1.866.811.411 or visitwww. slowburntheatre.org for tickets and further information. 17th year, has farm-to-table, freshlypicked produce (organics, too) from local growers, plants and flowers, bakery items and lots more, 8am to 1pm every Saturdayand featuring It Takes Two (Zella and Phil) March 8 performing a wide variety of musical selections at the sw parking lot of Royal Palm Place, S. Fed. Hwy, and SE Mizner Blvd. Call (561) 299-8684. Bash for People with Disabilities, sponsored by the Unicorn Childrens Foundation is March 22, 2014, from 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM at Spanish River Park and A1A in Boca Raton. The Bash is the nations largest, free, fun-day for people with special needs, their care givers and family members. The 6th Annual Bash is expected to draw 6,000 attendees from South Florida and beyond. Tax deductible contributions should be directed to The Boating & Beach Bash for People with Disabilities, PO Box 99, Boca Raton, FL 33429. For more information call: 561-715-2622. every Sunday at the FAU Living Room theatres. Call 757.617.1936 for more info. COMMUNITY NEWS PAGE TWOThe Boca Raton Tribune Community News Quote of the Week:If anyone loves Me, he will keep My word. My father will love him, and We will come to him and make Our home with him John 14:23 INDEX 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. Community News Page 3 Municipal News Page 11 Section B Page 13 ColumnistsPage 25 Business Page 27 Sports Page 32 Games Page 35 Marketing Chris Catoggio Daniel Riley SalesMarc LittAndre Heizer Margaux Vicker Data EntryJohn Lahey* Mail Subscriptionsubscription@bocaratontribune.comGraphic DesignMaheli JardimMike Berrio* Joseph Feliciano*PhotographersGabriela Heizer,Gabriela Barbieri* Barbara McCormick News Room Quezia Salgado* Robert Baez* Interns Mailing AddressP.O. Box 970593 For General Information: Copyright 2014 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 Boca Raton Tribunewww.bocaratontribune.com 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

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Edition 1783for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com March 21, through March 27, 2014 Community News Community NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune Boca Raton High School Marching BandThe Boca Raton High School Marching band participated in this year St. Patricks Day parade in New York City. More than 45 Rotarians and guests representing the six Rotary Clubs of Boca Raton united for a luncheon to honor outgoing Boca Raton Mayor Susan Whelchel at the Segreto Italian Restaurant in Downtown Boca. The Rotary Clubs District Governor 6930 Arthur Hodge presented Mayor Whelchel with The Paul Harris Award acknowledging the Mayors outstanding service to the community. He also emphasized how great it is to see the all six area clubs work together at this unprecedented event and that it should be done more often. Among the attendees were newly elected City Council Member Robert Weinroth (Rotary Club of Boca Raton) and the unopposed Incoming City Council Member Scott Singer and the Mayors husband John, their sons Matthew Whelchel, Jay Whelchel with wife Melissa and member of Rotary Club Downtown Boca Raton and a past officer of Rotary Club of Boca Raton served as Master of Ceremonies; with clubs represented by their current members includingJulie Vianele President, Boca Raton Rotary Club, Rod Mabe, President Boca Raton Sunrise, Phil Lustig, MemberRotary Club Boca Raton Sunset, Steve Hull, PresidentBoca Raton Central, and Angelica Blakely, PresidentRotary Club of Boca Raton West and 6930 District Governor Elect Juan Ortega. The event was the brainchild of Boca Raton Tribune Publisher Douglas Heizer, a former president and founder of the Rotary Club of Boca Raton West and a past President of Rotary Club Boca Raton Sunset and 6930 District Secretary 2014/15 and the Clubs current President Blakely as a way to show their appreciation and admiration for the Mayor and the exemplary contributions she has made to position Boca Raton as a World Class City and a great place in which to live, work, learn, play and visit. Long-time Boca Raton ChefOwner Angelo Morelli of newly opened Segreto, 39 Southeast First Avenue, Downtown Boca Raton welcomed everyone and prepared an excellent Italian buffet lunch that included Chef Morellis specialties: Veal Parmesan, Chicken in Lemon Sauce, Pasta Bolognese, salad, tomatoes and mozzarella and assorted breads and Tiramisu for dessert. Boca resident, former business owner, philanthropist and a Rotary Club of Boca Raton OPAL Award (Boca Raton Rotary Club) gave an impromptu speech about Mayor Whelchel and how forthcoming she has been to help the victims of Haiti, something that was near and dear to her heart and expressed her appreciation for everything that Susan has done during her 20 years serving the community.Boca Ratons Six Rotary Clubs United See p.B3 for photos from eventPhoto By Kevin McCormick / GroupPhotos.com

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4 -Edition 178 March 21, through March 27, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com COMMUNITY NEWS Send a condolence gift... Plant a Tree in Memory of a Loved One and plant a tree in Israel as a living tribute to your loved one. Send a Send a FAU Presents Annual Juried Student ExhibitionThe University Galleries and the Department of Visual Arts and Art History at Florida Atlantic University will present the Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition from Friday, March 21 through Saturday, April 6 in the Ritter Art Gallery, 777 Glades Road, Boca Raton campus. An opening reception will take place on Thursday, March 20 from 6 to 8 p.m. Both the exhibition and opening are free and open to the public. This annual juried exhibition is produced and organized by students with the goal of providing students an opportunity to show their work in a professional environment. It is open to all FAU students who may submit up to three works each. From the typical 80 to 100 students participating, the exhibition presents about one-third of the submitted works. The 2014 Juried Student Exhibition will be juried by art professionals Tim Rollins and Tim Rollins is an internationally renowned artist and educator and the teacher-student group that produces collaborative works of art. He was born in Pittsfield, Maine and received his BFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York. After completing his graduate studies in art education and philosophy at the New York University, he began teaching art for special education middle school students in a South Bronx public school. The group has exhibited extensively nationally as well as internationally, including the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington D.C. (2011); Museum of Modern Art, New York; and the 1988 Venice Biennale. appointed as Curator of Exhibitions and Audience Engagement for the Boca Museum of Art. In the past, she has served as curator at The New School in New York; public art curator at Massachusetts Institute of Technology; curator of Contemporary Art at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University; and David J. Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers University. School District Blooms into Spring With Virtual Registration at Two Boca SchoolsBy Owen Torres Spring is in the air, and with its arrival, the Department of Adult & Community Education at the School District of Palm Beach County launches online class registration at two Boca Raton community schools beginning March 31. Adults now have the option to enroll in Fun & Leisure classes from the comfort of their home. They can register and pay online via credit card to sign up for classes at Boca Raton Middle School and West Boca Community High School. The userfriendly, convenient online registration system will also be at Jupiter High School, Park Vista Elementary, Royal Palm Beach High School and Jupiter High School. It will be rolled out in phases to more schools throughout the rest of the year, school officials said. Our students are very pleased with the simplicity of our online registration program, says Lyle Agnew, assistant principal of West Boca Community High School. Everyone is busy throughout the day, and being able to register for classes from home with a credit card is very convenient. West Boca Community High School was the first school to launch this successful program in the summer of 2013; since its inception, more than 90 percent of class registrations are conducted online. Powered by Active Network software, the registration system allows users to browse Fun & Leisure classes online, add them to their shopping cart and pay with a credit card. Walk-in students can continue to register in person by cash or check. Online registration for GED and ESOL classes is not available at this time. Fun & Leisure classes for adults are offered at more than 26 community schools in Palm Beach County. With hundreds of classes to choose from, students can explore a new hobby, develop new skills and cultivate new friendships. Offerings include arts and crafts, music, sports and fitness, cooking, computer training and a wide variety of personal enrichment classes such as How to Start a Business, Dog Obedience Training, Flower Arranging, Meditation, Motorcycle Maintenance and many more. Spring registration (both online and on-site) for Fun & Leisure classes begins March 31. Students can preview the registration site as of March 17 and add classes to their Wish List. Classes begin April 14. School officials said the Department of Adult & Community Education wants to empower adults for lifelong learning with knowledge and skills needed at work, home and in the community to compete in todays global society. For more information, visit www. pbclearn.com and click on Fun & Leisure classes or call 561-649-6010.

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6 -Edition 178 March 21, through March 27, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com EDITORIALS/LETTERS EDITORIAL By C. Ron AllenThe Boca Raton TribuneFounded January 15, 2010 Publisher Business C.E.OC.O.O. Editorial Interim Editor Managing Editor Online Edition Editor Social Media The People Close to YouBy Clay Robinson Sometimes in life we are presented with an opportunity to do something different such as get a very good job or gain a new position that can elevate you from your previous position. When this moment occurs it is extremely important to know those people around you who can have an influence on you or impact you indirectly. New opportunities can be very rewarding for us, but the problem is never good things happening. The true issues are the bad vibes, comments or efforts by others that can help you or cause you to fail. Sometimes those closest to you can and will do or say things that may damage your success. Probably your first wall of challenge is your family. Yes, I said it! Look at your mate, what is that relationship like? If that person is not 100 percent supportive of you and there were problems going on prior to your chance to improve your lifes position, will your rise in life make your mate jealous of you? Exactly what do you think he or she is capable of? What kind of demands will cause additional emotional stress? Dont limit your thinking to only your family. Friends are very much capable of giving poor advice or suggesting things that may not be in your best interest. Now, look at co-workers. If you have been in the work environment for some time and you now have more authority, will someone request something from you that goes against policy? Over the past year I have watched someone who has been dealing with these issues. She was given an opportunity to acquire a profitable business from someone who was introduced to her by a mutual party. Her only requirement was to keep the business going by learning everything she could from the owners over a one year period and put forth ever effort to make sure the business continued to grow. Within the first month of the transition her son burglarized the business and the original business owners where out of their share of the business profits $6,000. When she confronted her son, he went on a profanity-laced tirade and told her I hope you fail. After the incident she revealed to the business owners the poor relationships and parental history she had with all of her children. Needless to say the business owners were forgiving and supportive and allowed her to repay the debt little by little. A few more months into the transition, with the burglary behind her, she has to contact the business owners once again to inform them of a domestic violence incident that had taken place between her and her boyfriend. This was important because this is someone she asked to bring in as a business partner. He had assaulted her pretty badly and the police where involved, but to what extend I dont know. During this time she confessed to the business owners that this was not the first domestic violence incident she had experienced with her boyfriend. There had been several throughout the few years they had been dating. She continues to date that same boyfriend and still wants to take him on as a business partner. In addition to those persons in her life she also keeps friends near and dear who give her poor advice and support her every move to self-destruct. How many times have someones negativity impacted your life? Do you keep those who continuously sabotage you close by? If you chose to do so, in the end, you only have yourself to blame.

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Edition 1787for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com March 21, through March 27, 2014 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. 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. a biblical approach for doing business with integrity. It is wise to be cautious wherever we are. It is equally imperative to be aware of all the evil that abounds in society. It is further necessary to take every precaution against dangers which run rampant everywhere on earth! But that should never reach the point of paranoia! Every human must aim at living cautiously in the world, even if conditions were totally safe and desirable. Nevertheless, the reality experienced by which all humans, is that we occupy an evil space under the sun, anywhere all over the globe. Terrorism is not limited to the areas where it originates; crime of manifold varieties threatens individuals and groups everywhere; natural and other disasters occur with increasing frequency in most regions of earth! In some ways its not easy to lead a tranquil life on account of all these realities. One can only awake every morning hoping for the best, and doing what is necessary to ensure good things to come, albeit much more is left outside ones control. What complicates matters for some people is that they unnecessarily augment their misery by the phobias they entertain. On account of so much identity theft, often caused by a proliferation of internet users and new varieties of social media, some people rob themselves of the benefits which those modern conveniences offer! Certain others are hesitant of answering their own phones, fearing that their messages may be heard by others. If they use a computer, they dont permit the use of the web camera since that would bring undesirable eyes into the privacy of their own home or office, while the curtains at their domiciles are to remain shut all day so that the whole world wont be looking in! While legitimate caution needs to be observed in all we do, much of the above and more can and should be avoided; it is paranoia at its purest, and it simply diminishes ones sense of personal peace, while robbing such persons from the vaster benefits which come from modern technologies, and a life of genuine liberty! As long as we occupy the globe, evil shall also exist, persist, and never desist, due to the human proclivity to all kinds of evil. Yet, notwithstanding all that, one can enjoy new devices, utilize them to the best of ones ability with every measure of reasonable caution and for legitimate ends only, thus contributing to ones personal growth and bringing benefits to others!Keep Your Phobias From Stealing Your Peace! Going Beyond What The Law RequiresWhen you think about the rules and regulations that affect you in the workplace, whether they are broad-based 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 lawwould 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.

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8 -Edition 178 March 21, through March 27, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com COMMUNITY NEWS Super Science Symposium Challenges, Educates StudentsBy Bito David More than 130 students attended the 3rd Annual Super Science Symposium at Sandpiper Shores Elementary School on Saturday, March 1. Students in the 3rd to 5th grades received 15 interactive hands-on Science workshops. Each student participated in three of the science workshops and one team challenge (egg drop or balloon powered car). The egg drop competition was really fun because we got to use a real egg and cover it with cotton, straws, and popsicle sticks, said 5th grader Gia Russel. We had to cover the egg enough so it did not crack when it was dropped from a ladder. The hands-on workshops were facilitated by a host of people including 31 students from West Boca Raton High School Science National Honor Society, teachers and staff from Sandpiper Shores Elementary School, the education coordinator from Solid Waste Authority and parent volunteers. Many of these students were also members of the West Boca Raton High School Science Olympiad team, a handson science competition. Event coordinator Rebecca Zybach said the competition aims to provide students with a variety of activities so they can experience how much fun science can be and yet learn the underlying scientific concepts as well. Students learn about the states and changes of matter as they make their own ice cream in a bag, or witness the super freezing effects of liquid nitrogen, said Zybach, a 5th grade science teacher. They learn about plant and animal life cycles as they experiment with mealworms, human body systems, and the major parts of cells by creating a cell from different kinds of candy. By building electric circuits and making recycled paper, they can better understand the concepts of energy and conservation. It was a great morning of Science for our students. Boca Raton Woman Makes History as 1st Marine Sergeant Major By Thomas Brennan & Jason Schwartz A new chapter is being written in the U.S. Marine Corps history as a Boca Raton native becomes the first woman to take over as senior advisor for the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit. Sgt. Maj. Lanette Wright relieved Sgt. Maj. Octaviano Gallegos Jr. as senior advisor for the 24 Marine Expeditionary Unit on March 14 in Camp Lejeune, N.C. The 45-year-old said she wants Marines, both men and women, to embrace the changing face of the Marine Corps and the broadening spectrum of billets women will fill in the future. Selected for her new billet by an array of sergeants major, Wright feels as though her vast knowledge of both MEU and Marine Air Ground Task Force operations make her wellsuited for the role. I understand this is historic, but this is about being a Marine leader, she said. Im not new to Marines. Ive been around them for some time ... This boils down to just being a Marine. Im just honored to have the position. While a new milestone for female Marines has been etched into the history books because of Wrights assignment, she said she feels as though she isnt responsible for opening doors for her fellow Marines. Rather, she feels as though the Marine Corps gave her an opportunity to succeed by leading Marines. Leading Marines, she said, is a calling and one that she loves to continue answering. The opportunity to be a MEU sergeant major, she said, will allow her to expand her leadership and become a better Marine. I am humbled and privileged to take over this position, said Wright, who lives in Sneads Ferry, N.C. I dont want to make this about a womans issue. ...Its about taking opportunities and serving the Marine Corps at a higher level. The position of being the sergeant major of the 24th MEU could have gone to any of the applicants, she said. The thing about sergeant major leadership across the board is that we all train the same and we all educate ourselves the same, said Wright, who previously served as the senior enlisted advisor at the Command Inspector General office, 2nd Marine Logistics Group. As one of the female Marines serving under Wright, Sgt. Casey Bone, 22, of Vilonia, Ark., said that whether Wright realizes it or not, she is an inspiration to female Marines who one day hope to reach both her level of experience and her stature within the Corps. Its an honor to be with this unit right now, Bone said. Not only is it a big deal to have a female sergeant major, but this is my first time working with a female sergeant major. ... Its always a great thing to see things continuing to get better (for female Marines). Because of Wrights service, accomplishments that Bone thought werent possible now seem more attainable, she said. Through Wrights service, she has shown Bone that it is important to always strive for things and never doubt yourself. You can get as far as you want, she said. Her personal decorations include two Meritorious Service Medals, three Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medals, and two Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals. For the commanding officer of the 24 MEU, Col. Scott Benedict, it was a bittersweet day, he said. On one hand, he said farewell to a sergeant major he served two years with and who inspired, mentored and molded countless Marines. On the other hand, he welcomes Wright, who he expects great things from, he said. Wright, Benedict said, brings knowledge of MEUs and incredible leadership skills. He added that the Marine Corps demands a lot of its sergeants major but he knows that Wright will step up to the challenge and exceed his expectations. You dont get to become a sergeant major without a lot of experience and skills, Benedict said. It really is the epitome of a career and having Sgt. Maj. Wright come on board Im looking forward to having another two years of outstanding leadership. Sea Turtle Lays Eggs on Boca BeachA 600-pound leatherback turtle did not let a packed beach stop her from laying eggs. Beach goers rushed to find their cameras Monday after the sea creature slowly moved out of the water to give a rare delivery. Witnesses recall the turtle coming nearly 30 yards out of the water before she dug up a hole, laid the eggs and covered it with sand. 90 minutes later, she was back in the water. Florida wildlife experts called the daylight delivery a once in a lifetime opportunity. The leatherback sea turtle is listed as endangered. The turtles often wait until nighttime to lay their eggs. Typically, sea turtle nesting season runs from March through the end of October. . Di plomat e, Amer i can Boar d of Or al & Maxillof acial sur g er y (561) 368-8880@. 801 109 33486 "With these hands, I have been able to help countless tens of thousands of local residents get rid of pain and suffering." Oral F ac ial Implant Ce nt e r Of Boc a Rat on, P A

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Edition 1789for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com March 21, through March 27, 2014Municipal NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune One Dead, One In Serious Condition after Stabbing at Jimmy the Greek TavernaBoca Raton restaurant owner, to death on Thursday, March 13 after he posted an employees picture on the Internet, according to a probable cause affidavit from the Palm Beach County Sheriffs office. The incident took place at Jimmy the Greek Taverna, located in the 8200 block of Glades Road, at around 8 p.m. last night. Tilus Lebrum, 42, is charged with first degree murder. According to the probable cause affidavit Leburn said took my photograph on March 2 and posted it on the Internet. Another employee of the restaurant was also severely stabbed and is hospitalized in critical condition at Delray Medical Center. According to the probable cause affidavit, deputies say that they received a call that a man dressed in a black apron, holding a large knife, fled the restaurant after the stabbing. Deputies caught up with Lebrun nearby. Investigators say that Lebrun told them through an interpreter that him and posted it on the internet, and according to the deputies, Lebrun was upset about the photograph, They need to learn how to respect people; I have three kids in Haiti. I know they will suffer but they will survive. Lebrun allegedly attacked side of his torso and once in the back. Lebrun is being held in the Palm Beach County Jail without bond on first degree murder and attempted murder charges. Boca man Accused of Molesting 2 Girls, Declared a PredatorBy Jason SchwartzA Boca Raton financial adviser who used his foreign-born wifes fear of deportation to get away with molesting at least two young girls including a 4-year-old has been declared a Sexual Predator, the Boca Raton Tribune has learned. Mark David Hawkins, 52, was charged last September with multiple counts of sexual abuse. As part of a plea agreement, prosecutors dropped the sex abuse charge but had Hawkins plead guilty to battery and accept the designation as Sexual Predator. He spent one year in the County Jail and 10 months of probation with an ankle monitor. The Florida Department of Children and Family Services investigated Hawkins for sexual assault on an 8-year-old girl in 2009. His wife, a 27-year-old Filipina he met online and brought to the U.S. to marry in 2007, saw the abuse happen, but went back and forth between confirming and denying it, records show. She eventually told investigators that Hawkins, a vice president of investment with Wells Fargo, made a 4-year-old girl perform a sex act on him. He had disgusting photos and videos of men sexually abusing children on his computer, according to official records. And, she said, the 2009 alleged sexual abuse actually did happen something he later discussed during a controlled call with investigators. Hawkins, who formerly served as president of the Boca Raton Pilots Association, met his wife on a website American men use to find Filipinas. In 2007, he proposed to her and brought her to the U.S. on a fiance visa, the report said. Two months later, he married her. Records show it was his fourth marriage and her first. A week after reporting the allegations against her husband, records show, Hawkins wife filed for divorce. The case is still open. Palm Beach County Sheriffs deputies say that they received information that Hawkins had a blog on his computer about molesting young girls. Investigators say that Hawkins had children stay at his home who they allege were molested by him. Deputies say that one of the victims was four-years-old at the time of the alleged abuse.

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www.bocaratontribune.com Edition 178B1Section B March 21, through March 27, 2014 The Boca Raton Tribune B Section B March 21, through March 27, 2014 Punk Musical Rocks Fort LauderdaleBetter Living at Living Room TheatersENTERTAINMENT See page B2 By Skip Sheffield The title American Idiot indicates this will probably not be a typical Broadway musical. Punk rock trio Green Day released a concept album called American Idiot in 2004. The stage musical version, which won two Tony awards in 2010, makes its Fort Lauderdale debut Tuesday, March 25 for an exclusive run through April 6. The songs and lyrics of American Idiot are by principal Green Day song writer Billy Joe Armstrong. The book of the musical is by Armstong and director Michael Mayer. Orchestrations and musical arrangements are by Pulitzer PrizeMusical director is by Evan Jay Newman, who also conducts the onstage band and plays keyboards. I even get to play accordion, which is pretty cool, said Newman from a tour stop in Toronto. We have been to are worse things to do than tour the world. Newman signed on to the second national tour in July of 2012 and has been touring ever since. Last year I got the chance to meet Billy Joe and his wife Adrian, Newman exclaims. He invited us to a Green Day concert in England and we got invited backstage. `American Idiot is a rock opera. Its pretty hard-edged and very keyed into the punk rock tradition. The transition to a theater audience is accomplished through Tom piano-string combinations. `American Idiot is definitely drawn from the teen dilemma in a post 9-11 America. Its a very critical piece that says just open your eyes and do something. Tickets are $34.50-$79.50 at the Broward Center. Call 954-462-0222 or go to www.browardcenter.org. Chess at Slow Burn March 21April 5 Closer to home we have the musical Chess, opening Friday, March 21 for Slow Burn Theatre at the Performing Arts Auditorium of West Boca Raton High School. Chess features music by ABBA front men Benny Ulvaeus and Benny Anderson with lyrics by the prolific Andrew Lloyd Webber collaborator, Tim Rice. Chess opened in the West End of London in 1986 and ran for three years. A Broadway version opened in 1988 but ran just two months. The play has been revived successfully in regional theater companies all over the world. The story centers of two chess grandmasters, one American and one Soviet, who are also fighting over a woman who manages one and falls in love with the other. Chess runs through April 5. Performances are 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $40 adults, $35 senior citizens and $25 students. Call 866-811-4111 or 954-323-7884 for groups. Turning Young Artists Dreams into OpportunitiesBOCA RATON, FL-The National Society of Arts and Letters Florida East Coast Chapter (NSAL) will host its signature Red Rose Gala on Thursday, March 27th, 2014 at the Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club. In its 32nd year, this black tie event cochaired by Alyce Erickson and Linda Gunn Paton, Honorary Chair Christine Lynn, will honor Lynn University Ross and NSALs 2014 competition and scholarship winners. In 2013, proceeds from the Red Rose Gala were a key factor in driving NSALs mission to fund and nurture exceptional young artists. Shari Upbin, President of the National Society of Arts and Letters commented This years gala is particularly meaningful for two reasons; one because of Ross who has been so instrumental in helping NSAL reach out to so many gifted, deserving young artists, and secondly because of our incredibly talented Woodwind, Musical Comedy Theatre and NSAL Lynn University Scholarship winners who with the support of NSAL are turning their dreams into opportunities. Imagine thatfor 32 years are goal has been to encourage, assist and render mutual benefit to young artists, and we continue to accomplish our goals! Held in the beautifully appointed Royal Palm Yacht and Country Club, attendees will enjoy an unforgettable evening of dinner and dancing, an exciting silent auction highlighted with a moving performance by this years Woodwind and Musical Comedy Theatre winners. All proceeds from the Red Rose Gala are directed to fund scholarships and create competitions disseminated by the NSAL Florida East Coast Chapter for young artist in Art, Drama, Dance, Literature, Music, Voice and Musical Theatre. For more information about the 32nd Annual Red Rose Gala, or to inquire about available sponsorship opportunities for the event please contact the Red Rose Gala Committee Co-Chair Alyce Erickson at 561-3916380 or visit www.nsalfloridaeast.org. Tickets are: $250. Linda Gunn Patton (Co-Chair), Alyce Erickson (Co-Chair), Jihong Park, Shari Upbin ( President NSAL) & Brian Edwards

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March 21, through March 27, 2014www.bocaratontribune.com B2 Edition 178 Section B Better Living at Living Room TheatersBetter Living Through Chemistry is a rather racy offering for FAUs Living Room Theaters. It will be interesting to see how this modern sex farce goes over with an older audience. Actually Better Living is a bit more subversive than just a sex farce. If you were to take it seriously you might think the best thing to spice up a stale marriage is a wild fling powered with drugs and alcohol followed by a plot to murder an annoying mate. But you cant take this movie, written and directed by Geoff Moore and David Posamentier, too seriously because it is played as a bawdy comedy with a wink and a nod. Sam Rockwell is Douglas Varney, a meek and mild pharmacist in the small town of Woodbury in Anywhere, USA (but suspiciously like Southern California). Doug works for his father-in-law is a loutish, domineering blowhard who thinks he knows everything. Monaghan) also has a domineering streak, which has kept wimpy Doug 12-year-old son Ethan (Harrison Holzer) is out of control; insolent and uncommunicative at home and disruptive in middle school. When Dougs delivery man Noah (Ben Schwartz) fails to deliver a prescription on time, Doug decided to deliver it himself. Elizabeth Roberts (Olivia Wilde) answers the door clad in a slip with a drink in one hand and cigarette in the other. The bill is $180 but Elizabeth has only $20, and her rich husband is out of town. It begins with a lingering kiss on the lips. Mrs. Roberts is one seductive babe and Doug is vulnerable. This is a sex farce, not a morality play. Elizabeth is fond of mindaltering, sex-enhancing drugs, and Doug has the ingredients at the ready. As Doug becomes more reckless, he takes up smoking and paradoxically decides to challenge his fitness-freak wife to a bicycle race. When by chance Doug meets Elizabeths husband Jack (Ray Liotta) it dawns on him maybe Jack isnt the unreasonable ogre Elizabeth painted him. When DEA Agent Andrew Carp (Norbert Leo Butz) pays a visit to the pharmacy, Dougs situation becomes uncomfortably serious. Sam Rockwell is a versatile actor who can play both milquetoast and wild man in the same role, which serves him well here. Olivia Wilde has the right combination of sex appeal and illicit menace, while Michelle Monaghans good girl learns a satisfying life lesson. Stick around for the end and enjoy a famous person cameo that reassures it is all in good fun. Rating: 1/2 stars Entertainment Skip Sheffield S P O T L I G H T Jersey Mikes Holds Half-Way-There Party as part of Their Annual Month of GivingPatrons of Jersey Mikes showed their support for the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation in honor of National Multiple Sclerosis Education and Awareness Month at their half-way-there party as March is their annual month of giving. Last year Jersey Mikes raised $1.7 million for over 86 local charities. Jersey Mikes donates 15% of sales in all locations at their half-way-there. Jersey Mikes is strongly rooted in giving back to the community and looks forward to their annual Day of Giving on March 26th in which 100% of all sales will be donated to Multiple Sclerosis Foundation. Chanel, On Host DJ from 93.9 WMIA; NBCs The Voice, Monique Abbadie; Olympic Gold Medalist Boxer, Howard Davis Jr; Dr. Elizabeth King, CEO and Founder of SuitsStilettosandLipstick.com; Nathalie Sloane, Development Director, Multiple Sclerosis Foundation

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www.bocaratontribune.com Edition 178B3Section B March 21, through March 27, 2014 S P O T L I G H T Boca Ratons Six Rotary Clubs United Shirley Carvalho, Lincoln Bayaio, Tania Fileti, Francisco & Carla Pessoc, Katino & Dario Isrcel Michael Campbell, Rick Howard & Josh Carlson Gary Hildebrand, Ben & Rosemary Krieger, Julie Vianele Phil Lusting, Alan Blakely, Leo Zinner & Dini Heizer Mayor Susan Whelchel, and Husband John Whelchel, Arthur Hodge, Angelice Blakely, Kristy Har Carlo Barbieri, Juan Fer, Leo Zinner & Caio Barbieri

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Edition 17817for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com March 21, through March 27, 2014BusinessThe Boca Raton Tribune Study Buddy Today Selected as One of Three Presenters at NYC EdTech.connect ForumStudy Buddy Today is one of three EdTech entrepreneurs set to present their companies to an audience of investors, business leaders, and other service professionals at the NYC EdTech. connect forum on March 19th. NYC EdTech.connect is an intimate forum and networking series for leaders committed to promoting and supporting upand-coming EdTech businesses. The event provides an opportunity to learn about a variety of EdTech companies, while making new friendships and business alliances. Study Buddy Today is the oneand-only online social network for college students designed to support the students educational needs. Study Buddy Today provides students access to Study Buddy Tutors, their buddies, educational resources, and also allows them to be in-the-know with all the happenings at their school through the MyU feature. Students can create virtual social/ study sessions to meet online using the StudyBoard. This tool utilizes group video chat that supports groups of up 12 students while they collaborate seamlessly on the interactive whiteboard. The mobile applications create flexible use and real-time connectivity. The whiteboard hosts a myriad of features including a document and image uploader, Math URL, widgets & code, a live text editor, live group web browsing, and screen sharing. In short, Study Buddy Today is a focused and dedicated Collegiate Lifestream. This presentation is an exciting opportunity for Study Buddy Today, and its an honor to be one of the three finalists to showcase our one of a kind technology. Weve worked really hard to provide students with what we think is truly missing in the collegiate world, and as the first to do it, were elated at the chance to have the forums support, said CEO Edward Slominski. National Society of Arts & Letters Hosts Annual High TeaMembers of the National Society of Arts & Letters (NSAL) Florida East Coast Chapter hosted the Annual High Tea at the Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club residence of Jay & Marilyn Nelson. NSAL President Shari Upbin welcomed patrons, members, guests and performers then invited everyone to Tea. Guests enjoyed a lavish display of High Tea specialties, which included a variety of tea sandwiches, fresh fruit, artisan breads, scones and frosted petit-fours. The Nelsons daughter, Robin Johnson, together with past president Judi Asselta, poured at the TEA Table. Each year, the highlight of the affair, is the musical program, which features award winning young artists who have participated in NSAL Competitions or Scholarships. Performing at the February 24th gathering were Doniyor Zuparov, cellist, and Feruza Dadabaeva, pianist, both gifted musicians from Uzbekistan. Doniyor Zuparov, a student at Lynn University Conservatory of Music, was the winner of the 2013 National Society of Arts and Letters Lynn University String Scholarship. Feruza, a music student at Florida Atlantic University, was the piano accompanist for Doniyor. She performed a dramatic piano solo by Rachmaninov. Offerings included music composed by Bach, Paganini and climaxed with a lively rendition of the Hungarian Rhapsody. A standing ovation was indeed warranted! NSAL is dedicated to helping promising young artists through competitions, scholarships, financial assistance, master classes and career introductions. It is the premier nonprofit organization that supports young artists career aspirations in visual and performing arts. For information visit: www. nsalfloridaeast.orgSoroptimists Host Womens Safety Awareness SeminarMembers and friends of Soroptimist International of Boca Raton and Deerfield Beach gathered recently at the Spanish River Library, 1501 N.W. Spanish River Blvd, Boca Raton for A Womans Awareness Seminar. The program was presented by Professor Arthur Cohen; author, teacher and internationally known school and personal safety consultant. Professor Cohens topics included knowing the dangers, increasing mental awareness, risks in traveling and protecting our children and homes. Judith Hinsch, Soroptimist V.P. commented: Professor Cohens advice to stay aware of where you are at all times was most important. At the end of his presentation, he graciously gave each participant a copy of his book titled Become Street Wise, a Womans Guide to Personal Safety. Soroptimist membership provides an enriching environment for women to development friendships and to support each other. Visit: www.soroptimist4women. org See p.B4 fir photos See p.B4 fir photos

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Edition 17819for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com March 21, through March 27, 2014 The Boca Raton Tribune Real EstateThe Boca Raton Tribune Joshua Carlson Joshua Carlson has been a Real Estate Professional/Broker-Agent in the state of Florida for 14 years. He has a passion for educating his clients and walking them through the home buying/selling process. If you have any real estate related questions or topics you would like to hear about, he can be contacted at 561-929-8874 or JoshCarlson.RealEstate@gmail.com Homes Inside and Out REMODELED HOMES!! Obtain Exclusive Access to Over $20.6 Million in Inventory Not on the Market!!Call Josh 561-929-8874 To Obtain Exclusive Access International Realty of Florida Distressed Properties: Are They Right For YouAre You Looking to purchase a home and trying to determine if you are a Candidate for Distressed Properties? You may or may not be a good candidate for Distressed Properties. If you are thinking of purchasing a distressed sale, there a number of things to consider based on your situation and it is important to consider the type of distressed property you want to purchase. Lets look at 2 main types of sales you must consider when purchasing a home, Traditional Sale versus Distressed Property Sale. The traditional sale consists of a person owing less money on a home and can sell the home at current market value to make a profit or make enough money to pay back there loan in its entirety. The Distressed Property sale is one when the homeowner owes a larger amount than what the property is actually worth. Or the homeowner can no longer afford to pay for there home due to unforeseen circumstances such as loss of job or medical expenses causing them to go into default on there loan. There can be a number of reasons for the owner to go into default and not be able to pay back the loan amount. When thinking about distressed properties, its important to learn about each step of this complex process in order to leverage your chances of purchasing the home. Distressed sales go through a variety of stages which include Short Sale, Pre-foreclosure, Foreclosure, Auction, REO (Real Estate Owned) or Private Investor Owned. Once you know more about what each step is in the process then you should ask yourself a set of questions to help guide you in making the appropriate decision. Consider these questions: 1. Are you flexible on timing? 2. Can you make a quick decision and/or be able to encounter months of delays? 3. Have you already secured financing or are you paying cash? 4. Do you need to sell your current home first or are there any other contingencies limiting yourself when purchasing? 5. If a property needs repair or rehab, do you know how much it will cost you to fix it up? What professionals do you have available to guide you? 6. Are you purchasing as an investment or to live in? What is your action plan? If as an investment, do you intend on renting or reselling? Buying a distressed sale property can become quite costly, if you are not experienced. Some properties may be move-in ready or need to have major items repaired such as roof replacement or mold remediation. Others are owner occupied or vacant. If you buy a home that is owner occupied or has a tenant then you must go through the foreclosure process yourself, which can become quite expensive. When buying a distressed sale property you should know what you are looking for and how to handle each process. If you do, then there are buying opportunities at each stage. To determine whether or not you are a candidate or it may be a buying opportunity for you.

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Edition 17821for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com March 21, through March 27, 2014 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. FAITHBy Robert J. Tamasy DIVORCE FLORIDA STYLEBy Mike Gora 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. The Cost of Investing and Not InvestingTwo company executives were discussing the considerable cost of training and developing people within their organization. The chief financial officer asked the CEO, What happens if we invest in people and they leave? The CEO looked directly at the CFO, paused and then replied, What happens if we dont invest in people and they stay? A thought-provoking question, right? In most companies, regardless of size, some people are like dead wood handling responsibilities, striving to meet deadlines and receiving paychecks, but not growing or becoming stellar contributors to the organizations mission and goals. There might be other factors involved, but often we simply have failed to invest in them We see advertisements and commercials about financial investments how to increase ones net worth or savings for the future, especially for those approaching retirement age. However, there is probably no greater investment than to share ones time, energy and experience with other people, regardless of whether results feel like success. It is far better to invest in people and lose some that move on to better opportunities than not to invest and become burdened with people operating well below their potential and capabilities. It can be argued the true mark of a leader is not what occurs while he is in control, but what happens after he leaves. Does the work continue and grow, or does it stagnate or die? A dedicated leader investing in and developing people that work for his or her organization will leave an enduring legacy, whether those individuals remain with the company or leave for key leadership roles at other places. By contrast, poor leaders leave unstable, even crumbling enterprises when they are removed from the picture, much like a house of cards. Their legacy, often because of selfishness, pride and an unwillingness to invest in others, is failure and futility. During His time on earth, Jesus Christ invested in a handful of ragtag disciples, none of whom would have been voted most likely to succeed. Yet when He departed from the earth, He entrusted them with His mission, one that continues to be embraced by countless millions today. Jesus gave His followers simple instructions: Therefore go and make disciples of all nations teaching them to observe everything I have commanded you (Matthew 28:19). And the apostle Paul, the beneficiary of a long-term investment in his own life by a faithful man named Barnabas, told young Timothy, And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable men who will also be qualified to teach others (2 Timothy 2:2). Maybe someone invested in you. Whether we lead large corporations, have our own businesses, are managers or even employees in a small department, we each have a unique, significant sphere of influence. Who are you investing in? And if youre not investing in them, who is?A Perfect PairThis column is not about divorce, to the contrary. One of my favorite photographs captures two synchronized divers. I call my photo A Perfect Pair. Tom and Naomi Shirley, of Broward County, pulled off a similar feat this month when, after 43 years of marriage they passed away, nearly simultaneously, by virtue of heart attacks while he was in the hospital, and she rushing there to see her husband one more time. He was 83 and she 75. My mother and mother-inlaw, 96 years old and 95 will read or see the Shirleys storey and probably comment on the youth of the couple, point of view being everything. My wifes reaction will be, Perfect, and I agree. To leave this earth, as we must, simultaneously has saved the other the angst of grief for the other, magnified by all that has to be done at death. The Shirleys death ensemble will save their son Troy a decade or so probably watching the failing of one parent or the other physically and/ or mentally. While neither the State nor citizens usually choose the time, place and manner of their deaths in retrospect it is clear that our elders often fantasize a particular exit, surrounded by loving family and painless passing with full cognitive awareness to boot. In the movie Logans run the planet upon which Logan lives is running out of space, water, and food causing the State to terminate its citizens at age forty for the sake of its society. Your physician knows that the care of the elderly/sick is a cause of great physical pain to our loved ones and great economic strain on the individuals, their heirs and society alike. Certainly we are not at the time to re-invent Logans Run but, perhaps, we ought to revisit allowing more choices for the elderly than to just fall apart with pain and cost to their families and society in general. Hats off to Tom and Naomi Shirley.Financial SuicideAs a matrimonial attorney I cannot envision suggesting to a hard working, high earning, and professional husband that the way to defeat the wife in the divorce game was to surreptitiously spend all of your money so there would be none left to divide with the wife. That type of process will have a number of bad results. It will clearly create legal fees to the wife, and her family who will often come to the wifes aid, virtually spending the wifes inheritance. While the husband must believe that he can regain his financial position quickly and the wife cannot that is like betting on you in marathon. It might work out, but maybe not. Florida statutory and appellate law has ways to stop the nonsense. A review by the wifes lawyer and forensic accountant, if she can afford that luxury, will investigate the finances of the husband over time and come up with the husbands plan. Proof of the husbands intent will usually be apparent as his spending habits will have reduced his liquidity through bizarre purchases, money spend on his new lady friend(s). Cash will be leaking directly to the husband with no rational purpose other than stuffing the greenbacks into virtual pillow cases all over the neighborhood and further. This type of activity is often masked by the husbands accusations of the wifes infidelity, while he has been a long term hound dog. These types, however, seem to want to have their cake and eat it too and often; after accusing the wife of infidelity he talks her back into bed which, technically, defeats any claim he has made against her for adultery. This syndrome is more popular than it should be and not likely to succeed, but the cost that will result to both parties financially and emotionally will not be worth it.

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22 -Edition 178 March 21, through March 27, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.comBusiness News BOCA RATON TRIBUNE WORSHIP DIRECTORYFirst Congregational Church of Boca Raton 251 SW 4th Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33432 Phone: 561-395-9255 Website: www.churchofbocaraton.org 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 561-488-8079 Website: www.shiratshalom.org 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.orgRevival Life Church 4301 Oak Circle Suite 11Boca Raton, FL 33431 Services at Don Estridge Middle School 561-450-8555 Website: www.revivallifechurch.org Grace Community Church 600 W. Camino Real Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-395-2811 Website: www.graceboca.org To have your church listed in the Boca Raton Tribune Worship Directory... 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Edition 17825for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com March 21, through March 27, 2014SportsThe Boca Raton Tribune FAU Softball Drops Series Finale Against UABThe Florida Atlantic University softball team dropped its weekend series to UAB, losing 4-2 on Sunday. UAB took an early lead, scoring two runs in the bottom of the first. FAU (19-14, 3-3 C-USA) answered in the top of the fourth with a Jordan Stovall double to right center that scored Melissa Martinez and Carnesha Thompson to tie the game 2-2. The Owls were able to hold UAB scoreless until the bottom of the sixth when Megan McGrath hit a two-run homerun to left center to give the Blazers a 4-2 lead. The Owls couldnt make a comeback, going three up three down in the top of the seventh. Jordan Stovall finished the weekend off strong, going 4-for-7 in the final two games of the series. Amanda Wilson gave up four hits, had four walks and a strikeout, as her record fell to 5-3 on the year.FAU Baseball Mounts Comeback To Win Series Versus LA TechThe Florida Atlantic University baseball team completed a late-game comeback in dramatic fashion on Sunday at the FAU Baseball Stadium to beat Louisiana Tech 3-2 to win the series. The Owls (14-7, 3-3 C-USA) fell behind early as the Bulldogs (7-12, 2-4 C-USA) scored two runs in the second on two hits and an FAU error. A stalemate raged on from that point until the seventh inning. With two outs, Mitch Morales, making just his third start of the season, doubled to right center on the first pitch. Freshman CJ Chatham then hit a rope up the middle that was narrowly missed by the Bulldog pitcher Richie Navari to drive in Morales, cutting the lead to 2-1. In the eighth, Tyler Rocklein hit a one-out triple to right center and was driven in on a single by redshirt freshmanEsteban Puerta to tie the game. Freshman Jose Bonilla Traverso pinch ran for Puerta and stole second, putting the go-ahead run in scoring position. Senior Levi Meyer stepped to the plate and drove an 0-2 pitch to right, scoring Bonilla Traverso for the game-winner. closed out the game for the Owls and earned his second victory of the season. The captain allowed two hits but no runs in his two innings of work. Alexander took over for Drew Jackson who was tagged with two runs on five hits and five strikeouts in seven innings on the hill. Meyer and sophomore Billy Endris each went 2-for-3 on the day as FAU earned its first Conference USA series win.FAU Mens Golf Finishes Sixth At Mission Inn Spring SpectacularThe Florida Atlantic mens golf team recorded a sixth-place finish at the Mission Inn Spring Spectacular on Tuesday, March 16. The twoday tournament, hosted by George Mason University took place at the par-72, 6884 yard El Campeon Golf Course. FAUs team consisted of Derron Peyton, Airik Medinis, Connor ORourke, Caleb Sibley and Blake Lyle. The Owls carded rounds of 300, 309 and 308 for a team total of 917. Peyton recorded FAUs top finish for the day, tying for fourthplace with rounds of 71, 73 and 75 for a three round total of 3-over 219. Medinis followed with rounds of 72, 77 and 83 to tie for 28th. Freshman Connor ORourke carded a tournament total of 234 to finish tied for 32nd with rounds of 78, 81 and 75. ORourke recorded 10 birdies, a team tournament high, over the three rounds of play. Sibley tied for 60th with rounds of 79. 84 and 78 while Lyle rounded out the team tallying 244 strokes total. The Owls will host the FAU Slomin Autism Championship starting on Friday, March 28. The three-day tournament will take place at The Fountains Country Club in Lake Worth, Fla. Lynn Lacrosse Loses to Lenoir-Rhyne 23-4Lynn Universitys lacrosse team (1-4) fell, 23-4, to LenoirRhyne (4-2) on Sunday afternoon at Raider Valley on the campus of Walton High School. Lynn returns back to the Sunshine State to open conference play on Wednesday, March 19, at Rollins. Danny Egan to have a multi-goal game while Taylor Ferrino made 10 saves in goal for the Blue & White. Lynn trailed 3-0 at the end of the first quarter and much into the second quarter before Tyler Janvrin scored unassisted at 9:37. Egan scored off the faceoff eight seconds later when Janvrin found him just outside the crease for Lynn to trail, 5-2. The Bears answered back at 7:39 At 6:10 Danny Egan connected on a pass from Janvrin again, this time almost parallel with the pipes. Lenoir-Rhyne scored three more times before halftime to lead, 9-3. The Blue & Whites offense was halted in the third quarter when Lenoir-Rhyne scored 10 goals while holding Lynn to just four shots. Harrison Lynch scored a man-up goal at 2:28 for his sixth goal of the season. The Bears finished the game on a 5-0 run to secure the victory. Chris DAngelo won 14-of-27 face offs while grabbing a teamhigh nine ground balls. Jason Conner made his first appearance in goal in the third quarter where he recorded his first career save. Ferrino turned away 10 shots in his 40 minutes of work between the pipes. Seven Bears had multi-goal games while Alex Squires made six saves for the win.

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26 -Edition 178 March 21, through March 27, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.comSportsSPORTS Strikers Defeat FAU 6-1 Pre-Season DebutThe Fort Lauderdale Strikers defeated the Florida Atlantic University Owls 6-1 in a preseason friendly in front of a standing-room only crowd at FAU Soccer Stadium in Boca Raton, Fla. After a cagey first half, three second-half goals in a five-minute span gave the Strikers an insurmountable lead. FAU went ahead on an early freak goal aided by the wind, but the Strikers responded almost immediately through Chris Nurse. A corner kick from the left took a couple deflections before meeting the head of Fort Lauderdales newest signing who applied the finishing touch past the keeper. After going into the halftime interval level, the Strikers found their rhythm early in the second half with goals from Mark Anderson, Gonzalez clever flick over the defense found Martin Nuez in space, alone with the keeper. Martin unselfishly reversed the ball to Anderson who buried the opportunity. a trademark run and cross from Ivn Guerrero on the left, smashing the ball into the net. Gonzalez scored a brilliant individual goal moments later with a laser beam from 30 yards that was destined to fly into the top corner of the net as soon as it left his foot. The crowd gave him a standing ovation for the thunderous strike. Trialist Mitchell Lopes got on the board with a beautiful volley, before Aly Alberto Hassan increased the lead further after scoring a penalty kick he earned. The Strikers next preseason match is against Nova Southeastern University on March 22. The game is free and open to the public.

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28 -Edition 178 March 21, through March 27, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com Tribune Sports of March 21, through March 27, 2014 Strikers Defeat FAU 6-1 Pre-Season Debut FAU Baseball Mounts Comeback To Win Series Versus LA Techsee page 25 See Pg. 26 Lynn Lacrosse Loses to Lenoir-Rhyne 23-4see page 25