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YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR.Nearly 400,000 readers!The Boca Raton Tribune April 25, through May 1, 2014 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Business see page 11Municipal Communitysee page 5Multicultural Festival to Provide Attractions for Entire Familysee page 10Bomb reat Forces Atlantic High EvacuationLife & Artssee page B1Raising $110,000 for Music Education in South Florida Schools see page 24 BOCA RA T ON U p t o 7 5 % O f f Located in the St. Andrews Plaza Behind T own Center Mall 21 126 St. Andrews Blvd. Boca Raton, FL. 33433 There s a limited supply so buy your deal to save and support your community today! M s g & D a t a R a t e s M a y A p p l y o r c a l l t h i s E Z Te x t L i n k # : 5 6 1 4 1 9 9 2 1 9t o r e c e i v e t h e d e a l v i a a m o b i l e f r i e n d l y t e x t l i n k o n y o u r s m a r t p h o n e S e e t e r m s & r e s t r i c t i o n s o n l i n e b e f o r e y o u b u y F o r o n l y $ 5 0 b u y a $ 2 0 0 d e a l c e r t i f i c a t e f o r u p t o 7 5 % o f f a t P e a r l e V i s i o n B o c a R a t o n a n d w e l l d o n a t e a n a d d i t i o n a l 1 5 % t o l o c a l c h a r i t i e s V i s i t : S i g n i n t o s a v e c o m ( 5 6 1 ) 3 4 7 7 9 7 7 Send us a picture of you reading The Boca Raton Tribune to firstname.lastname@example.org DANIELLE GREKLEK READING The Boca Raton Tribune Young Entrepreneurs Compete inNational College Scholarship CompetitionVeterans Receive Help At Business Conference There will be three regional competitions nationwide and the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce has been selected to host the Southeast Regional Competition in Boca Raton, Florida. The Boca Chamber has been admin istrating the YEA! program success. The Northeastern Regional Saunders Competition will be held May 2nd, hosted by Harris Beach, PLLC in Rochester, NY. Continue on page 3By Quezia SalgadoTerms such as rebellion, attitude, and sarcasm are frequently used to describe the behavior displayed by teenagers. After all, who doesnt remember that phase of existential crisis, where the entire world seems to be against you and no one can under stand your deepest thoughts and feelings? The misunderstood young man or woman resorts then to talking back and disrespecting authority. While there are some who could use tougher discipline, the majority of teens will show themselves to be quite polite, caring, and even interested, if given a considerable amount of attention and opportunity. It was with this vision that Olympic Heights High School teacher Abbe Snyder, along with other teachers, decided to create a project where they would be able to pay tribute to Holocaust victims, and survivors, on a grander scale than what had been done previous years. All the while they were creating an environment where students would be able to give back to the community through a learning experience. The project consisted of gathering names of Jews who suffered through the horrors of the Holocaust, and attaching the names to a set of beads made by the students, which would hang in a boxed structure they put together, and then placed on display in a showcase on the school campus. Holocaust Victims and Survivors Honored by Local Teens Continue on page 3
2 -Edition 183 April 25, through May 1, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com COMMUNITY NEWS PAGE TWOThe Boca Raton Tribune Community News Quote of the Week:Take delight in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart. Psalm 37:4 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 Phydias Barbosa Data EntryJohn Lahey* Mail Subscriptionsubscription@bocaratontribune.comGraphic DesignMaheli Jardim Joseph Feliciano*PhotographersGabriela Heizer,Gabriela Barbieri* Barbara McCormick News Room Quezia Salgado* Robert Baez* Interns Mailing Address 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
Edition 1833for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com April 25, through May 1, 2014 Community News Community NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune Holocaust Victims and Survivors Honored by Local TeensVarious sources were used to gather the 960 names, including the Yad Vashem website database, relatives of the students and teachers, and those of local residents whose family members had either perished or survived the massacre. Snyder remembers that when she explained the project to the students they were very excited: It was interesting to me how some students chose or last name. Even more interesting was the fact that some of my students who are from South or Central America and the Vashem database offers an option where some students chose names of babies and adults, most of them, like 17 year old Na talia, chose teenagers: I chose a name just like mine, Natalia; she was 16. I didnt know people could have the same names in other countries; I thought Natalia was a LatinSeveral other teachers contributed to the project, including Michael Klein, who sub mitted the names of 30 of his parents family members who were lost: Personally this was an opportunity for me to memorialize their names; I teach the Holocaust as a se mester course here, so the topic is a passion are incredibly sensitized when introduced to such aspects of social studies: The Holocaust is a unique event in history; it is used in the curriculum not to teach about the story of the Jewish people, but rather The purpose for the Holocaust Memorial Wall is to make the students aware of the and are unfortunately still happening The students feedback speaks to the validity and impact of this project: Before this project I already talked about the topic, but now that Ive seen the videos and heard the stories I feel like I have more background information and am able to talk about it Mrs. LeGrand is another teacher who felt it would be extremely valuable for her students to participate in this project: My mother and father-in-law are both LeGrands father-in-law, Sam, had written pieces of his story as a survivor over the years, and asked her to compile them into a book a few years ago a book which LeGrand includes in her students reading list: While my students read Elie Wiesels Night, they can also read Sams story a the dedication ceremony, after learning of its success he expressed to LeGrand how incredibly touched he was that these High Schoolers would put in so much time and effort into a project like this, and that he feels that his goal of making sure the Holocaust would always be remembered reminded her students that they are the last generation that can say theyve met and spoken to Holocaust survivors: They can tell their children and friends about this; For one of LeGrands students, Stephanie Agassi, the Holocaust wall project was also very personal and important, since both her grandmother and great grandmother were survivors: My grandmothers death really took a number on me because we had such a close relationship; I felt obligated to do this because I would do anything for her, even die for her so she could live to see Like Sam, Norman Frajman is another Holocaust survivor whose relatives names are part of the wall, all 126 of them. Fraj man, who was born in Warsaw, Poland in 1929, became an orphan at the age of 12 after his mother and sisters were killed in the camp of Majdanek. Frajman was among the survivors who attended the wall dedica tion ceremony on April 2nd, and confesses he was incredibly touched. Frajman said the most important piece of advice he can leave for this generation is to: concentrate on doing away with hatred and bullying; to create a better world in order to prevent future catastrophes and carnage. There is no room for genocide on this small planet that we live on. We must leave a legacy for future generations to learn to live in peace During the Holocaust Wall dedication cer emony on April 2nd, many Boca residents who are survivors of the Holocaust were present and also stayed after the event to speak to the students about their experienc es. Of all the names on the wall, 126 belong to the family members of Norman Fraj man, who were brutally murdered by the Nazis. Frajman, who was born in Warsaw in 1929, became an orphan at the age of 12 after his mother and sisters were killed in the camp of Majdanek. Continue from page 1Young Entrepreneurs Compete in National College Scholarship CompetitionThe Western Regional Saunders Competition will be held in Frisco, TX on May 9th and is hosted by the Frisco Chamber of Commerce. The top two student businesses from each regional competiround at Americas Small Business Summit. These young entre preneurs will be competing to win college scholarships ranging from $25,000 $50,000 and the opportunity to be on ABC Televisions hit show Shark Tank! Local entrepreneurs, CEOs, and respected community members will be judging this years Southeast Region competition, choosing who will be advancing The Boca Chamber produces the Young Entrepreneurs Academy locally in partnership with Florida Atlantic University. There are 92 YEA! locations in 32 states nationwide. Over a 3 year period, the Boca Chamber Young Entrepreneurs Academy has graduated over 50 CEOs in the 7th 12th grades and a national YEA! winner graduated from the Boca Chamber program. During the course of the nine-month program, more than 80 local businesses become involved with YEA! at various levels. Students work in close cooperation with local business leaders, community leaders and educators who use their personal experiences to demonstrate how to transform their ideas into tangible enterprises that create economic and social value for a better world. Continue from page 1
4 -Edition 183 April 25, through May 1, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.comCommunity News Home of the Deerfield Beach Historical Society Home JOIN US FOR SOME EXCITING FUN AND ADVENTURE for the ENTIRE FAMILY! THE LAST SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH 2 :00 5:00pm 380 East Hillsboro Blvd Deerfield Beach FL 33441 SPONSORED BY: Frank Congemi Financial Advisor Organized by: Deerfield Beach Historical Society (954) 429 0378 www.deerfieldhistory.org Entertainment, food, exhibits,celebrations, tours, special displays and appearances S u n d a y A p r i l 2 7 2 : 0 0 5 : 0 0 p m Honey E xhibit and Honey for sale by Vito F resh M arket P roduce for sale See a Live Baby Farm Animal Learn about A griculture in Deerfield Beach Learn how to p B rochures and R ecipes Recycled Shopping Bags from Aurora Nurses A ctivity B ooks for the Kids R ecipe B ooks for Moms Facepainting by A1 Party Characters Country/ Folk music Concert 3pm featuring YEARS with Dr. Robert Watson FREE ENTRANCE to monthly events Optional purchases for food, gifts tours, and mementos Home of COMMUNITY NEWS Sundays At the Butler House Features April A-Buzz Concert by 33 Years Band with Dr. Robert Watson April 27, from 2:00-5:00, taking place outdoors on the Butler House lawn under the huge Banyan Tree. Aprils ac tivities will include a honey exhibit, with various kinds of honey for sale, fresh market produce grown on a local farm, with special containers, Fresh From Florida literature and recipes, agriculture stories and activity books for children, and facepainting. Come see a live baby farm animal, too! A country/folk music concert by the band, 33 Years featuring Dr. Robert Wat son, will take place at 3pm. 33 YEARS hails from Boca Raton and plays acoustic and electric Americana and country music, both modern and classical, in addition to other genres of music. They play throughout South Florida, as well as Tennessee, and were recently featured playing live on the WDVX Blue Plate performing at several local venues and outdoor stages, they have been selected to play on Opening Day of the 2014 Strawberry Festival. For this concert, plan to enjoy a variety of musical selec tions performed by this multitalented band, including some recognizable country songs and classical blues, the likes of BB King and Stevie Ray Vaughn. Entrance to all the monthly events is free, with optional purchases for food, gifts, and special mementoes. For more information, call (561) 299-8684 Facebook page. English Students Looking for Host Families in Boca RatonWith the advancements of technology, more and more people have access to bet ter opportunities for improving their lives and social statuses. The horizon becomes even wider when individuals dedicate themselves to learning a second language, which gives them an enormous advantage when entering the workforce. In order to provide an environment that contributes to the persons learning and improvement of a is an organization that offers personalized service to those in search of an ideal place for their stay in a foreign country. Global Student Housing has been in busi ness since 2011 working with high school, university, and language school students throughout the state of Florida. The organization works in Boca Raton with a private language school called Inlingua Language School, and is currently seeking host fami lies or individuals who reside within 5 miles of the school which is located at 2142 N Federal Hwy, Boca Raton, FL 33431. Hosts are expected to provide students with a private furnished room, utilities, and a continental breakfast, and they can choose to provide dinner. Hosts are reimbursed $600750 per month depending on the program. Although hosts can be of any nationality, in order to give the students additional practice in speaking the language. Students are from all over the world and usually stay anywhere from a single month all the way to a year. Students are generally in their 20s or 30s for the Boca program since it is a language school. Anyone who is interested in hosting some one through GSH can contact them via e-mail at email@example.com, or by calling 786-999-2151 to request an ap plication or ask any additional questions. TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 20142:30pm 3:00pm Registration 3:00pm 4:00pm Presentation Location Renaissance Boca Raton Hotel Address 2000 NW 19th Street, Boca Raton, FL 33431 RSVP Call 561.95.LEARN (955.3276) Additional Info. Light refreshments will be served. Visit us at BRRH.com Esophageal Lecture BT _5.2x7_4c.indd 2 4/15/14 3:47 PM
Edition 1835for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com April 25, through May 1, 2014 COMMUNITY NEWS FAUs Diplomacy Program Earns Two Top Awards at the 2014 National Model U.N.The Florida Atlantic University Diplomacy Program recently received the Distin guished Delegation Award and the Outstanding Delegation Award for its partici pation in the 2014 National Model United Nations competition in New York City. Forty FAU undergraduates represented the university in what is the largest, most pres tigious collegiate simulation of the United Nations in the world. This marks the eighth consecutive year that FAU has received a national award in this competition. FAU was the only school in the state of Florida to receive either a Distinguished Delegation or Outstanding Delegation Award. The six-day simulation included more than 6,000 university students from around the world. The FAU delegation that received the Distinguished Delegation Award was representing Costa Rica and the delegation that received the Outstanding Delegation Award represented Finland. FAUs Diplomacy Program was estab lished in 1996 in order to train students in and global problem solving. Annually, the Program prepares students for diplomatic competitions in numerous venues. In addition to more than 30 hours of competition, FAU students visited the United Nations, attended a career fair hosted by internation al organizations, and attended presentations Multicultural Festival to Provide Attractions for Entire FamilyBy CRA News ServiceThe Delray Beach Tennis Center will be transformed to an epic melting pot on Sat of African and Caribbean culture in South Florida. The event, at 201 W. Atlantic Ave., from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., is the culmination of a vision to bring the people of South Florida together building bridges in the community gap and observing diversity through AfroCaribbean art, dance, music and food. Were offering the entire family a wonder performances and the chance to experience the richness of the cultural fabric Bernadel, (Ret. Major, U.S. Army), event organizer. Vendors and exhibitors will sell and display arts and crafts, jewelry, electronics, literature and food from the regions. In addition, there will be live concerts, a childrens play area, and many more fun and exciting activities. Among the attractions will be a Headdress contest, where local organizations and schools will vie for a $500 grand prize for making Caribbean inspired headdresses. Organizers plan for the contest to serve as a catalyst for highlighting artistic expression and teaching about multi-cultural strengths and differences for all Palm Beach County. We are hoping people will come out and experience the spectrum of diversity as represented by our many vendors, and of course, the great performers along with many other supporting groups of talented individuals participating in this years festi For more information or to learn how to enter the contest, visit www.afrocaribbe anfest.com, call 561-496-2457 or 732-8592134. Palm Beach Opera Welcomes New Board MemberPalm Beach Opera is delighted to announce the appointment of Peter A. Hoffman to the Board of Directors. I am thrilled that Peter is joining the Board of Directors. His sharp analytical mind, business acumen, and previous board expe rience in the cultural sector will wonderfully said Palm Beach Opera General Director, Daniel Biaggi. We look forward to working with Peter and shaping the exciting future Palm Beach resident, Peter A. Hoffman is a retired partner of Deloitte & Touche LLP and is currently working with a professional litigation consulting, arbitration, forensic accounting and valuations. Mr. Hoffman spent 39 years with Deloitte & Touche and its predecessors, 27 years as a partner. He worked in dispute consult ing for over 35 years, leading the Firms Dispute Consulting practice for 15 years. From 1992 to 2000, he was the National Partner in charge of the Financial Regulato ry practice. During this period, as a group Managing Partner with Deloitte, 15-20% of the operations of the Tri-State Region (Metropolitan New York, New Jersey and Connecticut) reported to him and he was a primary developer of new businesses for the Region and the Firm. Mr. Hoffman insurance claims in the1993 World Trade Center bombing and the September 11, 2001 World Trade Center disaster, settling the latter claim for over $100,000,000. Between 1975 and 1987, Mr. Hoffman was responsible for the Real Estate practice in the Northeastern Region of the Firm and a member of the Firms Real Estate Industry Management Committee. Through 1985, he was an Audit Partner responsible for public company audits, audits of governmental entities and various large-scale consulting services to clients. From 1979 through 1981, he was Special Consultant to U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, William Miller relating to the monitoring of the City through 1985 he was Senior audit partner responsible for the audit of the City of New York. Mr. Hoffman has been active in many chari table organizations, including the New York City Opera from the mid-1990s to 2005. He was Chairman of the annual Alumni Fund Drive for Trinity College, President of the National Alumni Association of Columbia Business School and a Board member from 1975 through 1981. Mr. Hoffman was also a Member of the Alumni Nomination Committee for Columbia University Board of Trustees from 1982 through 1988. He was Chairman of the Audit Committee of National Cerebral Palsy and a member of the Finance Committee. Mr. Hoffman is a graduate of Trinity College, Hartford, CT and has an MBA degree from Columbia University, New York, NY. York.
6 -Edition 183 April 25, through May 1, 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 Top of Their ClassesCongratulations to Timothy Sachse, a teacher at Atlantic Community High School, who this week was honored with a William T. Dwyer Awards for Excellence in Education. teachers Tuesday night to accept the top honors for educators in Palm Beach County. He is the instructor and advisor for the schools Eagles Nest Construction Academy, which recently completed the second home that the students partnership with the city, local businesses and agencies, the school is able to secure support and donations for state-of-the-art green materials. The other honorees were, in the el ementary school category, Annmarie Muir of Belvedere Elementary; middle school, Barbara Close of Palm Beach Day Academy; senior high, Kendra Huff of Palm Beach Gardens Community High; special programs, Megan LaVogue of Jerry Thomas Elementary; and the George T. Elmore 30th Anniversary Award for Professional Excellence is Tracy Smith, Bak Middle School of the Arts. Each of the recipients of the award and out of the classroom. The 30th annual awards program was presented by the Economic Council of Palm Beach County and the Education Foundation of Palm Beach County. It is named for the late William T. Dwyer, a dynamic civic leader and highly respect ed vice president of Pratt & Whitney`s Government Products Division. He was the founding president of the Education Foundation of Palm Beach County and he served on countless boards and committees in his quest to promote excellence in education. Each recipient received a $3,000 check symbolizing creativity, campus leader ship and maintaining high standards. Each school with a winning teacher will also receive $1,250 for the school to use for educational purposes. ents were honored at the reception and ceremony at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts. able individuals who were recognized recently as the 2014 African American Achievers in South Florida. They join the distinguished fraternity of which I am a proud honoree. This years honorees are Marshall Davis, in the category of Arts & Culture; Bar bara Sharief, for Business & Entrepreneurism; my dear friend Estella Pyfrom, the Brilliant bus lady, for Community tion honoree. Blanche Ely High School senior Kenny Alexis was the recipient of the Jerome Edmund Gray Youth Achiever Award presented by The Jim Moran Foundation. Pyfrom, of Palm Beach County, runs a mobile learning center for low-income children. Sharief won for starting and developing home health care company South Florida Pediatric Home Care Inc., which employs more than 600 people. Davis runs the African Cultural Heritage Arts Center in Miami. and school principal in Broward Coun ty. This brother is someone to watch. With the right opportunity, he will be leading a think tank in higher places. Nearly 1,000 guests attended the event, sponsored by JM Family Enterprises, Southeast Toyota Distributors and JM Lexus, at the Broward County Convention Center. More than 22 years ago, Jim Moran had a vision to celebrate unsung heroes in our community who are doing extraor dinary things. He then created the an nual awards ceremony to say thank you to those who are making a difference in others lives and transforming a community without looking for acknowl edgement. The event was hosted by Calvin Hughes, evening news anchor for WPLG Local 10, and featured moving performances by the Everglades High Legacy Choir, directed by Shanpatrick Davis. Tony Thompson, the 2006 Arts & Cul ture Honoree, delivered the invocation. Every year, JM Family, Southeast Toyota and JM Lexus donate $40,000 $10,000 per category in each adult honorees name to the charity(ies) of his or her choice. The companies also donate $500 to the charity(ies) of choice of those whose nominee was se lected as an African-American Achiever. More than $365,000 has been awarded on behalf of 134 African-American Achievers since the program was cre ated in 1992. Organizations chosen by the honor ees to receive donations include the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center, Spiritual Guidance Temple of Truth, Susan B. Anthony Recovery Center, Estellas Brilliant Bus, Free the Chil dren, Grenada Cultural Association of South Florida, Boys and Girls Clubs of Broward County, Palm Beach State College Foundation and Lauderdale Lakes Middle School. Contact C. Ron Allen at crallen@del raybeachtribune.com or 561-665-0151.
Edition 1837for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com April 25, through May 1, 2014EDITORIALS & 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. Mere Activity Does Not Equal Accomplishment!A large number of people, in various realms of society, too often appear agitated, impatient, unavailable to others, and incapable of concluding their tasks in a timely manner. Some of these people even consider the appearance of being busy to represent a status symbol. While a small minority of those who act in that fashion may offer cogent reasons as to why this is so, most others have no rational explanation for such behavior other than what becomes in creasingly obvious to those who know them well and others who examine them closely, through observing how they function. Theres no amount of hiding, or pre eloquent than their obvious, irresponsible modus operandi, i.e. their chosen way of doing things, which produce those attitudes without the anticipated, palpable product! All the great achievements in human history, all the business enterprises encing the world, came to pass through good planning, realistic timing, and resolute devotion to good quality in all things, great or small! Advances in any enterprise never occur never satisfy a public which cant rec oncile prior promises made with a total, perpetual absence of them beyond the scheduled delivery date. Talking about intentions is not the same as seeing A related problem also comes from those who never complete nor deliver what is expected of them. Due to perfectionism, they complete their tasks tory to be presented. As a result, they continue trying to improve a project, the demands of its production. Devising a plan, sticking to it, and concentrating on the date set for its delivery are the best requisites, and also incentives, to bring each task to com pletion, free from distractions which would hinder their timely and successful fruition!Bright Ideas Sometimes from Unlikely SourcesSuggestion boxes at companies are be ing replaced by online idea-submission systems, according to the Wall Street Journal, a respected business periodical. These systems not only receive ideas for changes and new initiatives, but also allow employees the opportunity to comment and vote on suggestions from other staff members. PricewaterhouseCoopers launched an idea-management website that gener ated 3,300 new ideas. Although the con of those ideas to date, the ones they did put into use have saved the company hundreds of thousands of dollars. The irony is that too often executives call upon outsiders to evaluate business practices, systems and a variety of other factors that affect revenues and expens es, but fail to consider the insiders that could have the greatest insight. Employ ees usually know company products and processes better than consultants, since they work with them every day, yet many organizations never ask their staffs for ideas. Years ago, manufacturers implemented employees most affected by production decisions would have input into ac tions taken and what conclusions were reached. In many cases employee advi It might not be necessary to create quality circles for your organization, but some purposeful way of soliciting and responding to staff input on important organizational and management strate gies could pay great dividends. There is a saying that sometimes it is hard to distinguish the forest from the trees, but it might be wise to periodically consult with those that are most familiar with The Bible has much to say about this approach to business: Do not be too proud to consult with others. Some executives seem to take the attitude that since they are in leader ship positions, they should be expected to have all the answers. There is no rule that says that, and wise leaders encour age staff people to offer their perspec tives. Proverbs 12:15 teaches, The way of a fool seems right to him, but a wise Be receptive to views from a variety of reliable sources. There are many ways of soliciting valued counsel regard ing business plans and key decisions, ranging from idea-submission systems to employee and team meetings. By taking full advantage of people and ideas available, the likelihood of success is multiplied. Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisers they Value the resources available within your own staff. Often the thinking of consultants is given greater weight because of their presumed objective perspectives. However, good steward ship requires proper utilization of the personnel we have within our companies, including involving their insights in critical decisions and practices. Jesus said to them, A prophet is not without honor except in his hometown 13:57). Do not overlook the wisdom of your staff. If you make the process easy and open for all, they may have ideas that save you thousands.
8 -Edition 183 April 25, through May 1, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.comCalvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale Celebrates Easter Service at FAU StadiumBy Quezia SalgadoFranklin Graham, the son of renowned evangelist Billy Graham, was the guest of honor at Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdales Easter service on Sunday, April 20th. The event took place at FAUs football stadium, where thousands of families gathered to celebrate one of the most important days for the Christian community: the resurrec tion of Jesus Christ. The morning started out with a preservice where Calvarys media depart ment took attendees on a journey crowd, culminating in an interactive conversation with one of the Roman soldiers who was helping to guard the tomb where Jesus was buried. As Graham took the stage around 9am, he began his sermon telling the story of the blind man Bartimaeus, who was healed by Jesus after calling out to him: Jesus, Son of David, sized that everyone is born into sin and guilty of it, but that God sent Jesus to earth on a rescue mission to save all. Following in his fathers footsteps, Graham concluded his message by inviting to the front of the stage those in the crowd who wanted to give their lives to Jesus. Sure enough hundreds heeded to the call and publicly displayed their devotion to God, praying the sinners prayer led by Graham himself. COMMUNITY NEWS Photos by Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdales FacebookLow-Cost Airline Makes Boca its New HomeBy CRA News Service A new era in air travel is coming. Avatar Airlines, which recently moved its head quarters to Boca Raton, will prove that it is the United States. So, whats so exciting about a new airline -and why will it revolutionize the travel industry? quartered at 20283 State Road 7, said ticket prices will be subsidized by advertorial content which will mean lower ticket prices for their travelers. Fares will be between $19 and $99 with add-on costs for technology lower the cost of a common airline ticket for customers. Avatar Airlines will be unlike any other current airline in operation in the United States. President and COO Marvin Ruthenberg aims to build an airline, from the ground up, that will rival anything American consumers have seen to date. So, what does this mean to the average consumer? Imagine ticket prices that are nearly half as much as any airline in the United States. With revenue subsidies from advertisers that dream will become a reality with Avatar Airlines. near the size of Avatars proposed Boeing The 747 is considered one of the worlds safest and most comfortable aircraft used in commercial aviation today. Avatar Airlines chose the 747 based on Ruthenberg said. The level of training aircraft ranks its pilots among the most experienced in the industry and the elite of Avatar Airlines is seeking investor capital and governmental approval to jumpstart the operationFAU Making Waves Gala Raises More Than $500,000By Samantha NeeleyFlorida Atlantic University recently hosted optional event, with proceeds providing scholarships and support for veterans and The event was held in the Martin F. & Jane Greenberg Foundation Tower at FAU Stadium, Boca Raton campus. Host committee chairs were Marilyn and Jay Weinberg. Cochairs were Mark and Marcie Butters and Marianne Lerner. The Making Waves Gala was a tremen dous success, with more than $500,000 Kelly said in a news release. I would like to thank our gala host committee and more than 60 sponsors again for their support, as well as our volunteers and more than The gala spanned the plaza and two levels of the stadium tower, with each level featuring a unique theme. Guests could taste their way across the U.S.A. in the open-air Delray Hyundai Prior ity Level, which featured cuisine from the northeast, bayou, southwest and west coast regions of the country, as well as live music by Motown band Acura Premier Level was transformed into an elegant U.S.O-themed canteen with ice sculptures, a seafood display, and enter tainment provided by jazz vocalist Chloe Dolandis Highlights of the Americana-themed party featuring a video montage, performances by Dolandis and the FAU marching band, and silent auctions featuring a $10,000 Saks Fifth Avenue shopping spree, a stadium suite for 20 at an FAU home football game, a 60-minute helicopter tour, a day of high performance sports car racing at Sebring International Raceway, and two tickets to the Tony Awards in New York City. 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POMPANO BEACH, FL (954)979-8572 WWW.COLIMARBLE.NET 5 6 1 6 9 3 6 7 7 6 American Fine Wine Competition Raises $80,000 at Charity Wine GalaSpirits were high, tables set, and awardcorks popped for a cause. The 7th Annual American Fine Wine Competition (AFWC) Charity Wine Gala featured 30 Winemaker Tasting Rooms, hosted by the winemakers themselves, to showcase the top winners of the Competition which took place in January at FIUs Chaplin School of Hospitalitywith an event record of 766 wines judged. The winners, known to wine connoisseurs as bronze, silver, gold and double gold medalists, were all available for guests enjoyment as they dined on a gourmet 5-course feast and danced to jazz vocalist Hilary Coles sultry serenades. By the end of the night, more than $80,000 in much-needed funds had been families who are experiencing serious illness or crisis to regain strength, mend spirits, and just be families and kids again. As more than 360 of South Floridas top business professionals, philanthropists, wine enthusiasts and collectors walked into the courtyard of the Boca Raton Resort & Club, they were greeted by an innovative two hundred baskets of competition wine entering the Ballroom, a veritable showcase of 30 winery tasting booths were placed around the perimeter so guests could swirl, sniff, and taste all of the winning medalist wines. Alan Kalter, announcer for The Late Show with David Letterman, served as emcee and auctioneer for the live auc tion of 10 rare wine and travel experiences, including a three-day stay at Dumol Winery in Napa Valley which brought in a winning bid of $13,000. Another trip to Puerto Rico sponsored by Don Q Rum, which included a cally donated to a Boston Marathon Victim Fund, One Fund Boston, which continues to support survivors such as Roseann Sdoia who attended. Sdoia tragically lost her leg to the attack last April. Each year proceeds of the AFWC gala go gala funds for Deliver the Dream in Ft. Lauderdale were made possible by the gener ous wine makers, volunteers, and sponsors including Jim Kar from Principal Financial Group, Total Wine & More, Florida Fresh Meat Company, Rod Coleman, Esq. & Associates, Air Around the Clock, FIU School of Hospitality & Tourism, Scott Roberts & Associates, Coventry Health Care, Kaye Communications, and many more. The American Fine Wine Competition (AFWC) is the multi-faceted brainchild of three notable wine professionals and a way of showcasing Americas best wines to the public, with the goal of raising funds to supcoast to coast, America is bursting with vine in the world and the competition brings them all together to compete for a great cause through AFWCs Annual Charity Gala.See more photos on page B6 Little Mix Kicks o First-Ever Headlining North American Tour in BocaBy Joshua EstrinInternational group Little Mix has anNorth American headlining tour in Boca Raton set in the Fall of 2014. Produced and promoted by Live Nation, the energetic dance-intensive Salute Tour will kick off Wednesday, Sept. 10 at Mizner Park Amphitheatre. The group will make stops in major cit ies including New York, Los Angeles, Houston, and Charlotte (see below for a full list of dates). Little Mix will also treat fans to a special concert in New York City on NBCs The TODAY Show Summer Concert Series on Tuesday, June 17. In support of their second studio album, SALUTE, the girls gave fans a sneak peek of whats to come on the tour as direct support on Demi Lovatos The Neon Lights Tour earlier this year. The group received stellar reviews with the San Jose Mercury News describing them as a proclaimed that youll be hearing more Citi card members will have access to a pre-sale tickets beginning Tuesday, April 22 at 10 a.m. local time through Citis Private Pass Program. For complete pre-sale details visit www.citiprivatepass.com. The general on-sales will begin on Saturday, April 26 through the Live Nation mobile app and at www.livenation.com. which Billboard calls a fantastic new back to the glorious days of early-00s bubblegum pop and mixes an appreciation for throwback choreography with 46 million views. Check out the video here:http://smarturl.it/LMMoveVideo. In May 2013, Little Mix made US history as their debut album DNA was the highest charting debut for a UK girl group ever, surpassing the Spice Girls record. To date, Little Mix have sold over 4 million records worldwide and have captivated the hit shows GLEE, American Idol and Dancing With the Stars. Little Mix made their US television performance debut on ABCs GOOD MORNING AMERICA SUMMER CONCERT SERIES in June 2013, and have since performed on ABCs Live! With Kelly and Michael, Watch What Happens Live, The Wendy Williams Show, in addition to presenting the Candies Fashion Award at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards. Little Mix have graced the covers of Seventeen and Girls Life magazines, and have also been featured in Teen Vogue and Paper. The girls have since amassed over 200 million cumulative VEVO views, 7 million Facebook fans and over 5.5 million Twitter followers.
10 -Edition 183 April 25, through May 1, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com Municipal NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune Bomb Threat Forces Atlantic High EvacuationBy Jason SchwartzStudents at Atlantic High School were forced out of their classes for about two hours after Delray Beach police received a bomb scare Monday morning. It was not clear how the threat was received but Delray Beach Police sent out a tweet shortly before 9:30 a.m. asking all parents not to go to the school at 2455 West Atlan tic Ave. Police blocked off the entrance to the property and sent students to the stadium bleachers while they searched the school dogs. Beach police shortly after 11 a.m. The students are going back inside. Thanks for police. The students are going back inside. Man Charged with Burglary Claims He was SleepwalkingOn Monday, April 14 at about 3:15 a.m., an alarm at the RX Care Pharmacy, 799 East Palmetto Park Road. Arriving ofdue to the hurricane glass, entry was not made into the business. located Julio Montoya nearby. Montoya was wearing a white hoodie, shorts and sandals and denied any involvement in the incident. Later that day, detectives met with the Pharmacy manager and reviewed the surveillance video. One suspect is seen at 3:13 a.m., to the rear of the business. The suspect, who is wearing a white hoodie, shorts and sandals, walks around the entire building. The second suspect is seen at 3:15 a.m., and is wearing a ball cap and jeans. It appears this suspect smashes the front door to the business. Detectives met with Montoya, who admitted he is the person wearing the white hoodie who is seen on the video but denied trying to break the window. Mon toya said he was walking to the 7-11 on West Palmetto Park Road but could not explain why he walked around the busi ness, but said he sometimes sleepwalks. Boca man, 76, Killed in Car-Semi CrashBy Jason SchwartzA 76-year-old Boca Raton man was killed Monday morning in a crash involving a tractor-trailer and a car on Clint Moore Road, police said. Irving M. Mangel was killed when his 2014 Hyundai Equis crashed into and became pinned underneath a Freightliner trailer, city police said. Mangel was pronounced dead at the scene. Johnny Ray Arden, the driver of the truck, was not injured. The crash happened shortly after 6 a.m. between East Rogers and West Rogers circles, west of Congress Avenue and east of Military Trail. Arden, 69, of Kingston, Tenn. was eastbound on Clint Moore Road when he attempted to make a U-turn, police said. Mangel, who was traveling west on Clint Moore, collided with the trailer. The Hyundai Equus was wedged underneath the trailer. The road was closed for about four hours as police investigate the crash, which remains under investigation. Anyone with pers at 800-458-TIPS (8477). Hubby of Renowned Teen Therapist Arrested on Battery Charge Against Wife By Jason SchwartzPolice have arrested and charged the owner of a promi nent Fort Lauderdale-based rehabilitation and addiction treatment center after he allegedly shoved his wife. home for a domestic disturbance on April 11, according to an arrest report. Walshs arrest comes seven months after his wife Karen Corcoran Walsh was arrested and charged with child abuse. That charge was later dropped. Karen Corcoran Walsh told police that her husband came home from a night of drinking and gambling at the Seminole Casino then pushed her. She also said he had just been released from rehab in Arizona a few days earlier, according to the arrest report. Police charged Christopher Walsh with battery. Walsh and his wife, a child therapist, are the owners of Inspirations for Youth and Families, an addiction treatment and mental health rehabilitation center for teenagers and families A family friend, James Hughes, who is also the CEO of the Walshs business, told police he drove Christopher Walsh home from the Seminole Casino earlier that night, according to the report. according to the report.
Edition 18311for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com April 25, through May 1, 2014 for news 24/7 go to delraybeachtribune.com Proteststers to Mark False Arrest of BusinessmanLocal residents are gearing up to join supporters across the state for a rally to bring attention to what they say was the false arrest and conviction of Wellington black businessman Marvin Williams in Lake County, a region known for inequitable treatment of African Americans as in the cases of slain teens Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis. Hundreds plan to assemble Saturday, May 3 at 2 p.m., for rallies at Hilltop Missionary Baptist Church, 1273 West 30th St., Riviera Beach; the State Capitol Building, 400 South Monroe St., Tallahassee and the Lake County Courthouse, 550 W. Main St., Tavares, where Williams was tried and convicted. Attendees are asked to wear a white ball cap, which Williams was wearing on the day in question, as a symbolic support. A series of shoddy and improper procedures surrounding evidence and cultural bias led to the arrest and later conviction of Williams, following a November 2010 road rage incident. We are tired of this state treating black males as if they have no rights, arresting, try ing and convicting them regardless of blatant evidence and manipulating the outcome of cases by playing on the publics fear of the accused. And the attorneys who get these cases try their defendants as if they are guilty from the jump, instead of presumed Williams, 50, is a 1995 Florida A&M University graduate and a member of the 100 Black Men of America, among other civic and professional groups. He was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill. He was convicted and sentenced to three years at the Sumter Cor rectional Facility. He began his sentence in February 2013. On Nov. 4, 2010, around 2 p.m., Williams was traveling north from West Palm Beach to Tallahassee on Floridas Turnpike in Lake County, when he noticed a gray Honda, two cars ahead, constantly slamming on brakes. The driver of a red Chevy Cobalt, a woman, between Williams car and the Honda, was past the Honda, she waved her arms as if frustrated. Williams, now traveling behind the Honda, also became frustrated with the constant braking and passed him on the right. as Todd McBride, who is white, of Belleview, made angry gestures at Williams as he passed the Honda. Williams responded by pointing as if admonishing him. McBride began to follow Williams for about 15 minutes, as Williams darted in evade McBride. Finally, Williams pulled off the Turnpike at exit 296 and stopped on the side of the off ramp. McBride followed him and stopped a few feet behind. Within seconds, a Florida Highway Patrolman arrived, spoke with both men and informed Williams that McBride called the Highway Patrol and reported that Williams, while driving a few feet in front of him in the right lane on the turnpike, had turned around and pointed a gun through the window at him. The trooper asked Williams whether he had a handgun. Williams, who has a weapons permit, responded yes and told the trooper the handgun was in the glove box, but he never removed it. The trooper retrieved the handgun. When another trooper arrived on the scene, that trooper took Williams handgun to McBride and asked whether it was the gun Williams pointed at him. McBride said yes. Williams was arrested and booked. More than a year later he was tried and convicted. He hired criminal attorney Cary Rada from Tavares, the Lake County town where Williams would be prosecuted. Rada had seen his name on the docket and out: the weapon didnt match; there were no eye witnesses; Williams was left handed, making it pretty improbable that he could grab a gun and hold it in his right hand, pull it across his body to point it out a window driving at elevated speeds; the accuser never described his white baseball hat as a distinguishing feature and Williams was an established businessman with absolutely no reason to point a gun at a passing motorist. Williams had no criminal record. He only carried the gun because he was on the road so much. gun laws dont apply to blacks. The fact that a black male possesses a handgun automatically makes him guilty in certain eyes. You would think with all of that evidence in favor of my husband that they would have But instead the prosecutor persuaded the judge not to allow McBrides criminal history into the trial. The man had several arrests for drug possession and even was arrested for At issue: The trooper showed the accuser the evidence. The gun described by McBride during his phone conversation with Florida Highway Patrol did not match the description of the handgun in Williams car. After being shown the handgun, his description changed later to match the gun in the troopers report. When speaking with Florida Highway Patrol, McBride initially said it was a black 9mm or 45 caliber handgun. Although Williams does have a 9mm handgun, it has a black handle with a silver barrel. Williams is left handed. When describing Williams to Florida Highway Patrol, McBride described the accused as being an African American male in his 30s or 40s. McBride never mentioned any outstanding features on Williams. Williams, however, was wearing a white baseball cap. A trooper passing in the southbound lane asked the dispatcher to check with McBride whether Williams was wearing the baseball cap. McBride did not see one. McBrides criminal history was not admitted at the trial. McBride has a lengthy rap sheet, including several drug possession charges his many offenses. Contributing to Williams conviction was poor representation by his personal attorney, who practices in that area. His attorney did not challenge several key points, including not entering McBrides criminal history and the improper display of the handgun. The Williams family is looking for the driver of a red Chevy Cobalt, traveling on the Turnpike, just south of exit 296 in Lake County around 2 p.m. on Nov. 4. 2010, to corroborate Williams account of McBrides demeanor. Anyone with information is asked to call Rollover Crash on Interstate Causes Minor InjuriesBy Jason SchwartzThree vehicles, including a minivan with children, collided on Interstate 95 recently. One of the vehicles rolled over. Crews from Delray Beach and Boca Raton Fire-Rescue responded to the crash, south of Linton Boulevard. A sedan rolled over and came to rest on its side against the center median guard rail. The minivan was carrying 6 passengers including three small children. Paramedics treated the driver of the sedan and two occupants of the minivan on Florida Highway Patrol is investigating the crash. Migrants Come Ashore Near Delray BeachBy Jason SchwartzOne dozen illegal Haitian immigrants coming from the Bahamas were taken into cus tody shortly after they landed in Highland Beach recently. Authorities captured them as soon after they came ashore in the tiny oceanfront enclave south of Delray Beach. At around 6 a.m. local police found eight men, three women and a juvenile walking in the 4600 block of South Ocean Boulevard, according to the U.S. Border Patrol. Two women received medical treatment on the scene and one, who was seven months pregnant, was taken to Bethesda Medical The immigrants were taken to a border will be processed. No boat was found in the area.
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www.bocaratontribune.com Edition 183B1Section B April 25, through May 1, 2014 The Boca Raton Tribune B Section B April 25, through May 1, 2014 Arts Holocaust Horror in HungaryENTERTAINMENT See page B3Raising $110,000 for Music Education in South Florida Schools Twin daughters of music legend Nat King Cole, Timolin and Casey Cole, launched NKCGH to honor the legacy, music and life of their father in 2008 after learning of budget cuts in public schools directly affecting the arts. Since that time, donaThe Coles come from a family with a history of musical excellence and charitable giving, with their father a trailblazer in the music industry and mother Maria, also an entertainer, known for supporting multiple causes throughout her life. By giving students the opportunity to enhance their musical talents and abilities, their fam ilys legacy lives on. host of WXELs Growing Up Strong began with students from the NKCGH ists Tashad and Rashad Gardenhire performing during the pre-concert reception. The concert opened with with performances by talented local youth performers, including violinists Sons of Mystro and Michaela Paige, known for her Season 3 Temptations Review featuring Dennis Edwards took the stage by storm. Dressed in gold, dancing their signature moves and performing songs that brought back memories for all, they had attendees dancing in the aisles. A highlight of the event was when Dennis Edwards, an eight-time GRAMMY winner during his time performing with the original Temptations, called up NKCGH founders Casey and GENERATIONS Concert sponsors include Platinum Sponsor Patriot National Insurance Group/Mariano Foundation; Bronze Sponsor Thomas Produce Company; Patron Sponsors CBM of America, Excel Services Corporation, Florida Power & Light, Frankino Family Foundation, Lee and Peg Greenspon, Nancy Over-Conley, West Boca Medical Center; Underwriter Florida Public Utilities; and Partners Boca Raton Marriott Boca Center, Dawn of Designs, Kaye Communications, Inc., Lynn University; and Media sponsors The Boca Raton Tribune, Life Publications and LivingFLA.com. Nat King Cole Generation Hope, Inc. funds music education programs that provide instruction, mentoring and resources. Its vision is that Nat King Coles unforgettable legacy will ensure future generations are given the opportunity to learn and experience the joy of music. email firstname.lastname@example.org.Timolin Cole, Tashad Gardenhire, Rashad Gardenhire & Casey ColeMore photos on page B2
April 25, through May 1, 2014www.bocaratontribune.com B2 Edition 183 Section B Order Delicious Strawberries for Mothers Day 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED *20% off minimum product purchase of $29. Discounts do not apply to gift cards or certi cates, same-day delivery, shipping and handling, taxes or thirdparty hosted products (e.g. wine). Discounts will appear upon checkout and cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. Discounts not valid on bulk or corporate purchases of 10 units or more. Offer valid while supplies last. Offer expires 5/10/2014. Visit www.berries.com/sweetor call 800-964-4417 DIPPEDBERRIES$1999+s/hfrom 20% OFF*O ffer valid through May 10, 2014 Bonnie Kaye, Peg Greenspon, Toni May & Deborah Bernstein Casey Cole, Toni May & Timolin Cole Jon Kaye, Colleen Feldman & Mitch Feldman Peg Greenspon, Rashad Gardenhire, Sharon Gordon Mullane, Tashad Gardenhire, Lee Greenspon & Robin CovenAmerican Fine Wine Competition Raises $80,000 at Charity Wine Gala Casey Cole, Malcom McNeish, Umoja McNeish & Timolin Cole Timolin Cole, Shanna St. John, Peg Greenspon, Lee Greenspon & Casey Cole Nancy Over-Conley, Alexis Gibler & Suzanne Hindle Mike Pattillo, Chris Arnold, Dennis Edwards, Michaela Paige, David Sea & Paul Williams, Jr. Lisa Mulhall, Laura Stoltz, Cindy Krebsbach, J.C. Perrin & Pam PerrinPhotos by Sherry Ferrante :& Brian Barnett S P O T L I G H T Raising $110,000 for Music Education in South Florida Schools
www.bocaratontribune.com Edition 183B3Section B April 25, through May 1, 2014 Entertainment Skip Sheffield S P O T L I G H T Fashion Event Held at Neiman Marcus to Benet Boca Helping Hands Photos by Janis BucherJason Freeman, Karen Swedenborg, Bonnie Koenig, Kelly Thill, Pattie Damron & Jonathan Bernstein Constance Marott, Adi Rico & Jennifer Berk Eva Bullock, Kim Ubertino, Anne-Marie Paternak & Caroline Skole Janet Ross, Jonathan Bernstein, Karen Swedenborg & Cara Leigh Leslie Klion, Pattie Damron & Bonnie Koenig John Ferrarese, Kelly Thill, Shari & Dr. Kevin Kessler Lisa Punsky Lorin Holz, Jason Freeman & Lisa Leder Sabrina Leder, Arielle Hotz & Emily Levine Georgine Solowe & Susan MazzaHolocaust Horror in HungaryApril 28 is Yom Ashoah on the Jew ish calendar. What better time to view Yom Asoah commemorates the dead of the Holocaust. It also means never Hungary in World War II was aligned with Germany through its fascist Arrow Cross Party, but it remained an inde pendent country until the Nazis invaded near the end of the war. The story is inspired by a true Jewish Hungarian hero, Pinchas Rosenbaum. Kenny Golde) and produced by Mark Schmidt, the Rosenbaum character is called Elek Cohen, and he is played by handsome rising British-Irish star Jonas Armstrong. The story begins in Budapest in the spring of 1944. Elek is a university Hannah (Hannah Schoen). Their carefree evening in a nightclub is marred by anti-Semitic slurs, and Elek and his friends are ordered out. Nazi swastikas are going up around town and Jews are being ordered to wear yellow stars. We see the leader of the Jewish com munity meeting with the head of the Arrow Cross Party, who assures him if Jews follow certain restrictions, no harm will befall them. Elek, the son of a rabbi, does not believe this, and actively rebels against the growing anti-Jewish threat. For this he is arrested and sent off to a prison labor camp. Elek escapes from the horrendous camp, but when he returns living in his old house. Jews are being rounded up and shipped off. German pressure is being elevated by the sadistic Col. Skorzeny (Burn Gorman). Elek hatches a desperate plot: when an may learn more about the enemy. Elek enlists the help of Swiss diplomat Carl Lutz to obtain Swiss passports to save at least some of Hungarys Jews. There is a lot more going on in this intrigue and heartbreak, but it made me proud of my Swiss ancestry. I did not of human history. I did not know of Pinchas Rosenbaum either, but now I do, and I salute his memory. Gallery 22I n t e r n a t i o n a l 320 Esplanade, Stor e 53 Royal Palm Place Boca Raton, FL 33432 T el: 561 347 1677www .yaacovheller .com Exterior/ Interior Commisions Corporate/ Private Installations SculptureBronzeLuciteGlassSilver PaintingJewelryGifts & much more
April 25, through May 1, 2014www.bocaratontribune.com B4 Edition 183 Section B S P O T L I G H T The 32nd Annual Red Rose Gala Photos by Downtown Photo Ft Lauderdale Virginia Mims Carole Cole, David Cole, Alyce Erickson, Marilyn Nelson & Jay Stewart Judith Asselta. Alexander Guzinski & Roswitha Guzinski Dr. Kevin Ross & Alyce Erickson with Lifetime Achievement Award Evgenia Zhazhavskaya Shari Upbin, Joe Gillie & Candace Rojas Katherine Dickerson, Dr. Kevin Ross & Phoebe Chapman Dr Jon Robertson, Christine Lynn & Dr. Kevin Ross Suzanne Holmes, Juan Suarez, Virginia Mims & Wayne Gilmore Suzanne Holmes & Brian Edwards Steve Nash & Stacey Dowdle Dr. Marta Rendon & Fern ColeFlossys 100th Birthday Celebration The Rotary Club of Boca Raton has two major fundraising events each year..The OPAL Awards and Future Stars. Both of these events together raise over $100,000 for scholarships for deserving students. Flossy Keeseley the oldest of our Rotary Club members celebrated her 100th birthday on April 18th with a book sale at her fountain in Mizner Park.The book sale was run by Rotary Club members charging $25 per book including a DVD of Flossys was home celebrating her birthday with close friends and relatives although she spoke on via Skype to Rotary friends and members. Flossy was presented with birthday cards from art students at Coral Sunset elementary school. Sue Heller, the teacher of the year organized this special much ap preciated treat for close friend Flossy.
www.bocaratontribune.com Edition 183B5Section B April 25, through May 1, 2014 Thursday, May 22, 201411:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Boca Raton Resort & Club501 East Camino Real Boca Raton, FL 33432Registration required by May 12th www.bocachamber.com/events 2014 HONORING Small Business Leaders of the YearBusiness Leader of the YearBusiness of the YearSKLAR Furnishings, Rick and Pat Howard, OwnersRichard Pollock, President and CEO, YMC AModernizing Medicine Funding for this organization is provided in part by the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council, Funding Arts Broward (FAB!), and with the support of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners. Tickets: 954-418-6232 or www.masterchoraleofsouthflorida.org A pril 25 (8 pm) First Presbyterian Church Pompano Beach A pril 26 (8 pm) Wold Performing Arts Center Lynn University, Boca Raton A pril 27 (4 pm) First United Methodist Church Coral Gables BRETT KARLINArtistic Director & Conductor with THE SYMPHONIA Boca Raton and soprano LAUREN SNOUFFER C lassical Prodigies Mozart and More !featuring works by Mozart, Schubert and Mendelssohn C lassical Prodigies Mozart and More
B6 -Edition 183 April 25, through May 1, 2014 www.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 email@example.com. DIVORCE FLORIDA STYLEBy Mike Gora Robert J. Tamasy is vice president of communications for Leaders Legacy, Inc., a nonprofit 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. FAITHBy Robert J. Tamasy Bubble TroubleQ Seven years ago, at my husbands suggestion, we met with a paralegal at out a marital settlement agreement. We wanted to save money, so we did not want to hire lawyers. We had no children, had only been mar ried for seven years, and both had good jobs. The only property that we had was a nice large house in Jupiter, which we had bought for just over a million dollars in 2004. By 2006, we both agreed that the house was worth about mortgage of about $600,000.00 We agreed to sell the house on the market, but that I could live in the house for seven years before putting it on the market. We thought it was a good investment. We would share the mortgage and other house expenses. My husband however retained an option to buy me out after the seven years. The contract did not provide a price for that buyout, but my husband told me that I was guaranteed no less than my equity at the time of the marital settlement agreement. A couple of months ago my now former husband sent me an e-mail telling me that he was going to exercise his option to buy me out, as the house had been on the market for a year and I told him he was crazy, he had guaranteed me market value at the time we made the deal. He said that he did not remember, and the contract never said that. We had an appraisal done and the house is now worth $650,000. My share is now $25,000 instead of $450,000.00. I want to sell to him at the old market value, because of what he told me. Do you think I can win? Is it worth hiring an attorney? A. Marital settlement agreements are merely contracts, and the rules of inter preting contracts, generally, apply. As a rule, contracts regarding the sale of real estate must be in writing in order to be enforceable. Another rule governing the interpretations of contracts is that all of the terms should be interpreted in a consistent manner that makes sense, if possible. In the contract that you describe, there is a missing element, the manner in which the price would be determined if your former husband exercised his option. However, clearly your agreed attempts to sell the house to third par ties by listing it with a real estate broker, calls for the house to be sold at the fair market value at the time of the sale. Your unexpected problem was cause by the bursting real estate bubble. You and your former husband both assumed the risk of the market, on sales to third persons, but you want him to bear the full brunt of the market if he exercises his option, by trying to make him buy you out at an old and no longer fair price. It appears very unlikely that based on the contract and surround ing circumstances. There seems to be no reason that a judge would select a fair market value for the option, which would be different from present market value.Living a Life to Die forThe English language has a phrase, to is good beyond imagining. For instance, Thinking along those lines, have you ever experienced anything you could say was destination, or a spectator experience that surpassed your greatest expectations? What about living a life to die for? For some that might mean immersing in fa music or traveling. Others might think of a life dedicated to the pursuit of wealth, or professional success and achievement. Each of those can offer a level of satis faction, but in pursuing those alone, we Living a life to die for, in my view, is one lived intentionally and purposefully, sion. A life in which the person clearly understands who he or she is, why they many people in positive, life-changing ways. When that individuals life on earth is ended, an enduring legacy remains. During my lifetime I have had the privilege of knowing a few people like that, but only a few. Recently my longtime friend, David Stoddard, founder of the years, went home to be with the Lord. Dave was one of those rare, larger-thanlife people. He had several distinctive traits an ever-present smile, genuine humility, great kindness and generosity, a love for people, devotion to his family, and deep faith in Jesus Christ. The verse, For to (Philippians 1:21) aptly described Daves life and his unexpected departure from this life at the age of 60. When I met Dave about 30 years ago, he was an up-and-coming sales executive with a medical supplies company, on a fast track to becoming its top executive. It was worthwhile work, but he felt a calling to do more than sell stethoscopes and surgical equipment. So he resigned, accepting a staff role with CBMC. He oversaw the production of a training lowing his vision for having an impact for Christ in companies and corporations of all sizes, Dave started Leaders Legacy. In the 14 years he led the organization, thousands of lives were touched through his unique approach to mentoring, executive coaching, leadership development and team building. He and I collaborated on his book, The Heart of Mentoring. Its subtitle described the mission he pursued: Developing people to their fullest potential. This encompassed not only professional and personal training, but also helping them discover how to relate spiritual truths to every aspect of their lives. At Daves me morial service, dozens of people spoke about the life-changing impact he had on their lives. He would have been quick to point out it was God, not him, that did the changing. The key for Dave, in business and invest ing in others lives, was total trust and de pendence on God. He understood apart from Christ we can do nothing (John 15:5) and we can do all things through Christ who gives us strength (Philippians 4:13). Are you living a life to die for?
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Edition 18323for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com April 25, through May 1, 2014 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. 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24 -Edition 183 April 25, through May 1, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com BusinessThe Boca Raton Tribune Florence Fullers CEO a Recipient of TCIs Top 10 Women-Led Non-Prot Businesses AwardThe Board of the Florence Fuller Child Development Centers, Inc. (FFCDC) is proud to announce that FFCDCs CEO, Ellyn Okrent, is a recipient of The Commonwealth Institute (TCI) South Floridas year TCI recognizes women who have proven to be exceptional leaders in Boston and Florida. Ms. Okrent is one of only 10 women in the state of Florida to receive the award this year. This years award ceremony was held on Thursday, April 3, 2014 at the Hilton Miami Downtown. Ellyn is a strong, energetic, and charismatic leader who spearheads this organization with exceptional enthusiasm, passion and forward The Members of the Board are extremely proud and honored to have Ellyn at the head of this organization and continue to support Veterans Receive Help At Business ConferenceBy CRA News ServiceDozens of veterans interested in starting or expanding their small businesses got Palm Beach State College on Friday. We are committed to bringing more Veteran-owned small businesses into a public-private partnership to help them lin, executive director of the National Disabled Veteran Business Council. This event is a unique opportunity for veteranowned small businesses to connect directly with government procurement The conference was the NDVBCs premier government event designed to help veteran entrepreneurs compete for and win new business. Rep. Lois Frankel, D-West Palm Beach, told the attendees that she and her col leagues in Washington are working hard to ensure that returning service men and Our veterans risked their lives to protect our freedoms and the opportunity for each of us to pursue our own American Dream. When they return home from service, they should also have a fair chance to build a career, support a family, kel, who also is the mother of a retired Marine. There are more than 80,000 unemployed veterans living in Florida. Floridas veteran unemployment rate sits at 7.3 percent, and the national rate for returning persons in uniform is 6.2 percent. Frankel and colleagues have established a Veterans Conservation Corps, aimed at linking vets with jobs restoring and protecting Americas public land and water; and, the Veterans Entry to Apprenticeship Act allowing vets to use apprenticeship programs. The sessions were tailored for all stages of business growth. Participants received information, tools, tips, techniques and how-to instructions to start, build and expand a small business into a life-changing reality. Net working opportunities included business requirements sessions and networking roundtables. The veterans also learned about getting needed to compete for federal contracts, outreaching to veteran communities, and targeting networking to discuss government procurement and contracting requirements. Contractor growth rates are down as the U.S. emerges from the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. How ever, contracting for service-disabled, veteran-owned small businesses is increasing at an annual growth rate of 15 percent, organizers said. There are 26 million small businesses in the United States. Of these, 3.6 mil lion are owned by Veterans and service disabled Veterans. They employ over 1.8 million workers and generate over $1.6 trillion in revenue. VA assists Veteranowned businesses with everything from small business start-ups to large defense contracts. Lynn University Business Students to Pitch Startup IdeasCould the next Uber, Coin or Tesla Motors be incubating in South Florida? Local University students pitch their best new of the second annual Howard Isaacson Innovation Challenge on April 24. The winner of the contest, which was founded receive seed capital to further develop their concept. When youre starting a business, knowing how to effectively present and sell your concept is often just as important a factor in your success as having a detailed business the founder and Principal of Maclendon Wealth Management and managing part ner at SJO Worldwide, a venture capital company that specializes in investing in small to medium-sized businesses like the ones students will be pitching. Students who participate in the Howard Isaacson Innovation Challenge will learn by doing, as they develop, research and pitch a unique business or product to a group of success During the pitch session, teams of up to will have 30 minutes to present their busi ness plan to a panel of judges. The judging panel will consist of entrepreneurially minded members of the local business community who will evaluate each pitch based on its creativity and innovation, The Howard Isaacson Innovation Chal lenge is an important learning opportunity for our students, helping to prepare them for the next step in their lives and their the College of Business and Management at Lynn University. This partnership between the university and one of our success ful alumni also allows us to build bridges between the academic world and local busi ness leaders, which further helps position Participants in the April 24 event, which is open to the public, had to clear several hurdles, including submitting a written synopsis of their business idea and making a 20-minute oral presentation of their busi ness plan, before being selected to advance students participating in the competition will learn to identify new and feasible busi ness ideas, research how those ideas can be brought to the marketplace, evaluate an able business model. The U.S. was built by innovators who werent afraid to take risks. This contest offers students an opportunity to develop competitive advantages is our entrepreneur ial spirit, and my hope is that this compe tition will nurture that spirit and help it leadership from Lynn Universitys College of Business and Management, established the Howard Isaacson Innovation Challenge in 2013 in honor of his late grandfather and their mutual love of entrepreneurship.Mizner Grande Law Firm Protects Distressed HomeownersMizner Grande Law Firm always strives to make a difference in the South Florida community, and it takes every step possible to ensure that homeowners arent taken advantage of while in vulnerable positions. One way that homeowners have been abused of late is through quiet title action something that Mizner Grande Law Firm wants to warn homeowners about and pro tect them against. establish ownership of land or buildings, and the plaintiff seeks a court order preventing someone else from making a claim to the property. Mizner Grande Law Firm warns homeowners that because property titles often change hands in real estate, homeowners may be forced to defend their ownership of a property in court. Mizner Grande Law Firm prides itself on its ability to defend homeowners whenever they are in need against someone looking to take advantage of them. By employing a host of experts in collections with exten has never had a client displaced from their home. one laying claim to ownership of a property title, though it is now sometimes used as a basis to remove homeowners from their property. Because banks typically hold the title to a property until the mortgage is paid, they can take quiet title action against the mortgagee. Mizner Grande Law Firm is always looking out for the best interest of members of the South Florida community, and wants to ensure that they are made aware of meth ods that banks can use to take advantage of at Mizner Grande Law Firm are sure to provide any homeowner with the best representation available. When it comes to defending consumers against those looking to take advantage of them, there is no better option than Mizner Grande Law Firm. Mizner Grande strongly believes that businesses have an obligation to help support and educate the communities that they are a part of by warning against things such as quiet title action that can be used against them, For more information about Mizner Grandes legal specialties and offerings, visit http://mizn ergrandelaw.com/.
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Edition 18327for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com April 25, through May 1, 2014SportsThe Boca Raton Tribune RUBENS BARBER SHOP INC.Family Oriented 12 Barbers No Appointment9973 Glades Road Shadowwood Square Shopping Center Boca Raton, FL 33434MEN & CHILDREN All Types of Haircuts Razor Shaves 8 Barbers on Sundays(561) 487-2152Monday Friday 8:30am 6:45pm Saturday 8am 4:45pm Sunday 10am 3:45pm Lynn Tabs Two on Sunshine State Conference All-Freshman Lacrosse TeamBy Olivia Coiro gram continued to make its mark on the record books when Chris DAngelo and Brian Kiel were named to the Sunshine State Conference All-Freshman Team as ers in Lynns history to be honored with mens lacrosse for the SSC. Hills, Mich., who won 55 percent of faceoffs at the x for the Fighting Knights and grabbed a team-high 82 groundballs in the Blue & Whites inaugural season. He scored six goals and added three ason March 5, when he netted two goals in Lynns 15-9 loss to Notre Dame de Namur and recorded a season-best 15 ground balls against Colorado Mesa on March 30. Kiel, a 6-foot-5 native of West Babylon, N.Y., led the Fighting Knights in scor ing this season. He netted 15 goals while 11 contests. He tallied a season-best eight program history on March 11, when he a 15-3 victory over Lees-McRae. He recordpoint games in Lynns inaugural season. The duo accounted for a third of the Fight ing Knights goals as the Blue & White posted a 1-10 overall, 0-5 SSC record in 2014. Lynn graduates just two seniors and squad for next season. Saint Leo Defeat Lynn, 4-2By Olivia CoiroLynn Universitys baseball team lost to Saint Leo, 4-2, on Saturday afternoon in the rubber match of a threeseason with the Lions winning the series 2-1.Fourth-ranked Lynn drops to 33-10 overall and 15-6 in the SSC. responded with a run in the bottom half off a RBI single by Alex Freedman bringing home fellow senior Enrique Perez. Freedman, a shortstop from Davie, Fla., put the Fighting Knights on the scoreboard again in the sixth with a runs on seven hits with a pair of strikeouts. Bobby Kruse and Bill Mendek both took the mound in relief combining for two innings of one-run ball. Lynn enters the highly anticipated series with top-ranked and defending national champions Tampa on Friday, April 25. Strikers Fall 4-1 in CarolinaThe Fort Lauderdale Strikers (1-0-1, 3pts) lost 4-1 to the Carolina RailHawks (1-1-0, 4pts) as Carolinas Zack Schilawski and Enzo Martinez each scored two goals to keep the Fort Lauderdale Strikers winless in North Carolina and extend the RailHawks home unbeaten streak to 17 games. 27th minute when Cesar Elizondo beat the Strikers defenders to get into the box and was pushed down by Chris Nurse for a penalty. Enzo Martinez converted the penalty to give the home team the 1-0 lead. The Strikers tried to even the score just 2 minutes later as Mark Anderson took a shot that was saved by RailHawks goalkeeper Akira Fitzgerald. The save of the match came in the 38th minute by Carolinas Fitzgerald when Anderson took a shot from about 24 yards out, and the keeper made a diving save to his left to keep the Strikers out of the net. Two minutes later, in the 40th minute Carolina capitalized on a misplayed ball by Strikers defender Justin Chavez and doubled the score on a great shot by Zack Schilawski who beat Nikolov for the 2-0 lead. After going into the locker room down 2-0, the Strikers came out strong were able to cut Carolinas lead just two minutes into the second half. Chris Nurse found a ball that bounced around inside the box and put it away in the back of the net for what turned out to be the Strikers only goal of the match. It seemed Fitzgerald was zoned in to Anderson who had his third shot of the night stopped by Carolinas keeper in the 53rd minute after a great shot by the forward caused Fitzgerald to make a diving stop. The Strikers had a chance to tie the score in the 65th minute when Anderson was given a free kick from just outside the box, but Anderson couldnt capitalize. The RailHawks regained their two goal lead in the 72nd minute when Martinez received a great ball from Schilawski and beat Oka Nikolov. Just four minutes later, Schilawski all but assured the victory by grabbing his second goal of the night on a great assist from Elizondo, putting the RailHawks up 4-1. Photo by Rob KinnanFAU Golf Completes First Round of Conference USA OpenFlorida Atlantic Universitys womens golf team completed the opening round of their Womens Golf Championship on Monday, April 21. The Owls sit in 12th-place going into Tuesdays second round at The Peninsula Golf and Racquet Club. FAUs team was led by Jacqueline Shelly who tied for 29th shooting Christina Langer followed with 78 strokes, tying for 36th-place. Madden Leen shot 80 strokes during Mondays play to tie for 49th. A two stroke difference put Kayla DeSuza in a tie for 58th with 82. To round out the Owls team was Nicole Marino in a 61st-place tie with 83 strokes. seven-under 281 on the par 72, 6,145-yard course.
28 -Edition 183 April 25, through May 1, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com FAU Athletics Honors 2014 SeniorsFlorida Atlantic University track star Danielle Aromashodu and mens basketball guard Pablo Bertone were named Out 2013-14 athletic seasons. The Department of Athletics presented 13 achievement awards, recognizing each senior as well as the academic honor society members, at its annual senior banquet. Aromashodu, the school record holder in the 400-meter hurdles, won the Sun Belt Conference Champion in the 400-meter hurdles each of the last three seasons. The Miami native will attempt to earn her fourth consecutive title at this seasons Conference USA Championship scheduled for Tuesday, May 15 through Friday, May 18. Aromashodus personal best in the 400-meter hurdles is 58.33. Bertone, from Arroyito, Argentina, com pleted his four-year FAU career with 1,153 points which ranks him sixth all-time. Ber tone led the Owls and Conference USA in scoring with an average of 19.0 points per USA selection also was among the league leaders in steals with 1.3 per game and FAU womens basketballs Kimberly Smith and FAU baseballs Levi Meyer were honored as the FAU Student-Athletes of the top male and female performers based on competition, academics and community involvement. Smith, a four-year member of the FAU womens basketball team, rewrote both the FAU and Conference USA record seven individual records and led the Owls to set or tie an astounding 14 Conference USA team records. Meyer hit .299 on the 2013 season and made 50 starts behind home runs and drove in 35 runs with 10 multi-RBI games. In the NCAA Regional Championship game, he hit a three-run home run in the 12th inning against the No. 1 team in the nation, North Carolina. Meyer put on an impressive offensive display to begin his senior campaign this season as the Owls earned two victories against Notre Dame. He went 8-for-11 on the weekend with seven RBI, three runs, two walks (one triple. Meyer recorded multiple hits in each game and had a pair of three-RBI outings. Meyer reached safely on six of his last sev en plate appearances, driving in four runs in that span, and had an on-base percentage of .786 for the weekend. Both Smith and Meyer also were recognized at the FAU Honors Convocation on April 16. Outstanding Academic Achievement was awarded to womens golfer Kayla DeSuza and Joachim Hanzeen, from mens soccer. Megan Knapp, from sand volleyball and football player Mustafa Johnson earned the Community Service Award. The team Com munity Spirit honor was awarded to the womens basketball team who completed 400 more community service points than any other FAU team. Owlstanding Spirit was awarded to John Walsh and Chelsea Onstott, both from swimming. Sportsmanship was awarded to senior softball player Whitley Herband Robbie Dubuque earned the same honor representing FAU mens tennis. Four teams continue to vie for a confer ence title: mens golf from Sunday, April 27 through Tuesday, April 29; softball from Thursday, May 8 through Saturday, May 10 at FAU; outdoor track from Thursday, May 15 through Sunday, May 18; and baseball from Wednesday, May 21 through Sunday, May 25.SPORTS Lynn Basketball Signs Two for 2014-15 SeasonBy Olivia CoiroLynn Universitys head mens basketball coach Jeff Price is pleased to announce the addition of Benjamin Berry and Pat Jones for the 2014-15 season. After 3-13 in the Sunshine State Conference, the Fighting Knights look to have a huge improvement next year with the addition of Berry and Jones. We are extremely excited to add both Ben [Berry] and Pat [Jones] to our address the needs we have from the perimeter with the ability to make threepoint shots. They should both have an Berry is a 6-foor-4 forward and native of Mustang, Ok., where he graduated from Mustang High School. He was named the Defensive Player of the Year and First Team All-Conference during his time at MHS. He attended the University of Science and Arts in Oklahoma where he was named Freshman of the Year in the Sooner Athletic Conference. After transferring to Northern Oklahoma College-Enid he was named First Team All-Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Confer ence and All-Region when he shot 49 percent from three-point range and made while averaging a team-high 18 points and 7.5 rebounds a game. Jones, a 6-foot-1 guard, is a transfer from Johnson County Community Col lege where he was selected to the 2014 NJCAA Division II Mens Basketball AllAmerica Second Team as a sophomore. He averaged 20.6 ppg becoming just the season with an average over 20 per game. Jones made 86 three-point shots and 193 free-throws this past season and in his two years at JCCC, scored 843 points and made 114 shots from behind the arc. Both guys were very impressed on their visit to our university and just as im portantly, we were impressed with them for the 2014-15 campaign. The Blue & round loss in the Sunshine State Confer ence Tournament. Down Goes Sparta: Lynn Softball Ends Season with Win Over No. 9 Tampa Lynn Universitys softball team split its twin bill with ninth-ranked Tampa on Friday, dropping a close 2-1 contest before pulling off its biggest upset of the year with an 8-4 victory to end the 2014 season. Lynn had not defeated Tampa since 2006 of the season for the Spartans. Despite only winning one of the three games Lynn outscored their rival 9-8 in total. With the split, Lynn concludes the year 21-30 overall and 5-19 in the Sunshine State Conference. Jasmine Campos was able to get the Blue & White offense going early in the second contest of the day, singling home Danielle McNeill to put her team ahead 1-0. Tampa (31-6, 19-5 SSC) responded by plating all Devin Kochergen was able to knot the score up at four an inning later when she smashed a three-run home run off of Spartan ace Kayla Cox. Her moonshot Naimoli Family Field complex. The senior from Madera Ranchos, Calif., concludes her remarkable season with the second-most home runs (14) and third-most runs batted in (49) in a season in program history. starting off with a solo bomb from Cherise McEnery. The junior from Cloverdale, Calif., became the second player to hit a home run out of the Naimoli Family Field most in a single season. The lead extended with a two-run double to right center from Kasey Murray and a RBI single by Kaci Vassallo immediately af ter. With her 32nd double, Murray moved at Lynn. Missy Montgomery (9-10) completed her 16th game of the season, holding the nationally-ranked Spartans to only four runs, all earned. She struck out one and walked three. Fighting Knights who recorded multiple hits in the game, ending the day with a 3-for-4 performance. Blue & White surrendered two runs in the opening frame and never could take the lead. the fourth, bringing in a runner to cut the was tagged with the loss after surrendering a 9-15 record. The Fighting Knights conclude their best offensive season under head coach Amy for RBIs (2nd), batting average (4th) hits (4th) and home runs (5th).
Edition 18329for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com April 25, through May 1, 2014 SportsSPORTS GOLF LIFE IN BOCA By Stan Moore Early ReleaseGood players are able to create tremendous clubhead lag, storing energy until the The majority of poor ball strikers lose this lag much too early in their downswing. They suffer an early hit. As a result whatever power they might have stored in the backswing, is lost with a very weak, slappy hit, and the clubhead decelerating through impact. Symptons of such an early release can be loss of the angle at the back of the right wrist, the club and right arm virtually forming a straight line;Impact a scoopy po sition, the hands either level with, or slightly behind the ball; post impact the right hand wraps over the left as the left wrist collapses. Another clue to this fault is that you hit your woods reasonably well, but strike your iron shots poorly not solid, no divot. If that sounds familiar you can assume you are an early releaser. You can get away with an early release more with a wood than an iron, because you can sweep a wood shot, but in order to really strike your iron shots crisply, your left wrist must be ahead of the clubhead through impact.
30 -Edition 183 April 25, through May 1, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.comSportsSPORTS at International Polo Club Palm Beach wrapped Sunday, April 20 with a see-saw between two equally able teams: Valiente, which had hoped to cinch the coveted triple crown of Polo, and Alegria of Canada. Un derdog Alegria pulled an upset victory by making a penalty shot in sudden-death over time to emerge victorious over Valiente, with 11 goals to their 10. It was one of the most exciting, evenly-matched polo games I have ever seen. It helped ease the sorrow of the recent destruction of Royal Palm Polo Grounds in Boca Raton for the inevitable high-end development. Polo commentator Tony Coppola, who was announcing his 35th U.S. Open, told Park, Bronx, New York in 1904. The 100th anniversary was played at IPC Palm Beach in 2004 and it has been played there ever since. Coppola explained polo is more like hockey on horseback than croquet with players were thrown from their horses, as well as one umpire. Fortunately there were no injuries of man or horse. Sadly, 10-goal, da was killed earlier this year at Wellington. Alegria is captained by Julian Mannix of Calgary, Alberta Canada, but the rest of the team is from Argentina, which is a world leader in high-goal polo. There are amazing players on both teams. Sapo Caset of Valiente, who is from of them on penalties. Nevertheless it was teammate Santi Torres of San Inez, California, also with six goals, who was awarded most valuable player. The winning goal was a 40-yard penalty goal by Hilario Ulloa of Alegria. Ulloa was joined by teammates Julian Mannix, Mariano Aguerre and Clemente Zavaleta in the winners circle for the presentation of the U.S. Open Trophy, awarded to winning teams since 1910. While the high-goal polo season is over at IPC Palm Beach, play continues through May 26 at Grand Champions Polo Club. Call 561-204-5687 or go to www.InternationalPoloClub.com for more information. Alegria Edges Valiente 11-10 to Win U.S. Open Polo Cup at Wellington
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32 -Edition 183 April 25, through May 1, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com Tribune Sports of April 25, through May 1, 2014 Saint Leo Defeat Lynn, 4-2 See Pg. 27 FAU Athletics Honors 2014 Seniorssee page 28