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Edition 2053 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com October 24 30 ,2014 COMMUNITY The Boca Raton Tribune By Kathryn Wohlpart moved their national headquarters to Boca Raton to join several other companies with receiving $2.4 million in incentives for job creation in Boca Raton. missions will be splitting $375,000 evenly package. The state will foot the rest of the $2 million. Of course its a two way street, so what are Steve Abrams. They are required to relocate or hire 225 employees over a 5 year period and then they have certain wage levels that they have to meet so I think it is like 90000$ average wage and the jobs have to be maintained for a certain number of years and  the county obligation is not paid out until those goals are achieved. done as certain phases in their hiring process are completed. So far, 44 jobs have been The incentives being paid out may seem large but Abrams believes that the money will return a strong investment in the community. going to [be] making a $15 million capital investment either building a [new] building or renovating [an old space], said Abrams. A small spin-off business will also open expand the family out to Boca Raton locals because the area is such a talent hub get involved in the community and plans to continue making community involvement a priority in Boca Raton. We really had a conversation on what do we want to be here, and this is how we op erate in every one of the communities where we serve: getting out, serving the community, volunteering and really just being a part of the community in any way that we can, to our patients that come to our hospitals we want to show that same compassion, love, and dedication to the communities that we serve and that is what our employees and our stakeholders are all about. kinds of treatments offered. According to of care which developed from the companies origins. Our founder really laid this out with his promise to his mother and is really why we existthis is something where every patient we treat as though they were our own Cancer Treatment Centers Headquarters Moved To Boca has the all ingredients to be a success casting a competitive game between two college football teams. Steinbrecher, whose member teams include wintry locales such as Buffalo, Western ery one of our member teams is interested in coming. The game received a boost with the an mittee will provide operational and media tee president and chair Luis Boue joined Derzis and the commissioners on the dais. The Orange Bowl will be staged this year on Dec. 31. Although the Boca Raton Bowl will be very unlikely to play in the game. At 3-4 going into Saturdays matchup versus Marshall, which is one of four unbeaten ranked 22nd in the coaches poll and 23rd in the AP poll, the Owls would need to win ered bowl eligible, and even then they are not guaranteed a berth in the Boca Raton Bowl. the Boca Raton Bowl is if they will be able but the city wants to call it the Boca Raton Bowl and naming rights will cost the city $200,000. Mcllelan, attaching the name Boca Raton to map even more with the name front and center. When you bring a division 1 college football bowl game in a community it has a tremendous impact on restaurants and hotels, said Mcllelan, This reinforces the sense of place Boca has among the country and world. said the company is pursuing several companies that will agree to a multi-year deal. We have some wonderful assets to package to a sponsor, Derzis said. The title piece to go with the Boca Raton brand is the only really missing piece that we havent clicked good news is its not going to impact the quality of the events or the game itself. at Mondays news conference, with the Wyndham serving as the host for game ofthe Doubletree in Palm Beach Gardens and Boca Raton Bowl Brings Buzz to the City
4 -Edition 205 October 24 -30 ,2014 www.bocaratontribune.comContinue from page 1 that include the Jewish Museum in Berlin, most recently the Ground Zero Master Plan in New York, Libeskind certainly seems like the architect to pick to sell the controversial Mizner project. And thats just what he was doing when he came into town on Tuesday, October 14. In front of an eager crowd of 300 donors at the Boca Raton Museum of Art, Libeskind gave his presentation The Language of Architecture to explain his vision for the New Mizner. The famed architect has a reputation for picking up the spirit of the place and mixing it with his futuristic designs, and the four towers that are to re place the current Mizner on the Green rental complex will have these signature elements. We got the lucky opportunity to sit down makes the designer tick, and how he enviinto Boca Raton. You grew up in New York and were around when the World Trade Center was being built in the 1960s, do you remember feeling awe at the sight of them that might have inspired you as an architect? That was really an amazing projectit was a very controversial project, originallyso I used to go to the site with my friends all the time to look at it because it was an amazing feat. And you can learn a lot from construc tion, more than in a book, by just observing. So yes, it was very close to my experience. How much freedom did you get when designing The World Trade Center Memorial? Well, architecture is a fantastic art. Its like ence between music and noise, right? [Music] uses a structure of sound. Likewise, architec ture always has limits but thats what makes both music and architecture creative. Within the limits, you really discover the world and you create the world. And look, if you write a sonnet, if you compose a piece of music, or if you work on a master plan for New York, or Ground Zero, its in a way very analogous because you have limits but thats where the creativity really is needed. Of course, your need limits to have creativity. Absolutely, if you just have all the freedom and no limits, I dont think you produce anything good. Ive seen those buildings, no limits, but it doesnt necessarily produce great architecture. Relative to your other works, then, how much freedom did you get for Ground Zero? cult, there are many stake holders at Ground Zero. Youve got the families of the victims, people whos fathers, mothers, brothers per government of New York and New Jersey the developers who lease the land for Port have the NPA, the subway authorities, the path trains...you have everyone involved, so you really have to create a project that brings consensus. We live in a democracy. We live in an open society where everyone agrees, yes, thats what we want to do, thats how we want to go about it, and then you have to forge that consensus to create such a large and important project like Ground Zero. What about the project here in Boca Raton, where you have a little more restrictions on what kind of design you can implement? Residential living, living in Boca Raton in downtown, its also a fantastic opportunity to raise the level, to create something beautiful, to create a lot of public spaceparks and beautiful places for people in the neighborhoods. Its not just about a stand-alone development, its really how its integrated into the traditions of Mizner and the beauty of Boca Raton and also do something that is future oriented that raises the bar for living in this beautiful place. Have you worked in South Florida before? Do you have any personal ties to Boca Raton? area many times. Why did you choose to do the project here? company. I have worked with them before and I admire what they do. I went to see the site and I thought it was a beautiful site. I thought it was worthy of really creating a fantastic project and thats how I met local architects, Boca people, who were really interesting and we created kind of a creative team. So you decided to be on board after you saw the site? Sure, of course. You have to see what youre really getting yourself into. But you have to believe in it and you have to have faith that this is something you really want to do. You have said that every building deserves a cultural approach, so what stands out to you about the Boca Raton culture or architecture? The word sustainability is often used only technically. To make a sustainable building, technology is of course very important but ultimately, to me sustainability is to make something which is memorable and that people love to live in and love to have in their neighborhoods. So thats really part of why that aspect is so important in my work. Did you feel that Boca was memorable? I thought that the neighborhood, the actual site, is fantastic. Theres already a context of some pretty prominent buildings. You know condominium, theres the shopping center. There are many interesting things, so to weave in something that connects contex tual but also to bring something new to the neighborhood of downtown and to create something fantastic for living here. On a similar note, Ive seen you compare architecture to music, and youve stated that you have to listen to the sound of a place before coming up with your designs. This might be a silly question but when you think of Boca Raton, does it evoke the memory of any kind of music? Well, without sort of being cartoonish about it, if you listen to the waves at the beach, if you walk around the beautiful vegetation, you hear the sound of birds, you really get a sense that this is a unique place. This is not in the world, in fact. I think thats how I approach the project. Its about the uniqueness, not just about something that has already been done before. And its truly, I think, this anybodys approach to this kind of site with open space, with fantastic views, with beautiful streets, with [an] incredible park. So again its not about following the ordinances of the city and just meeting the rules, its doing something exceptional. Theres something that you said about experience that I found interesting in one of your interviews, you say that having experience can actually hinder you, and it can be an obstacle because sometimes you have to forget what you know. You have to cease being an expert in order to do something new and something good. Do you see yourself doing something other than design or architec ture in the future? have a design studio in Milan that produces furniture and chandeliers and all sorts of even in fashion. So design is something that affects our life everyday because everything we have, you know, its our environment. To create a beautiful environment and a sustainable environment, something that is inspir ing and poetic and functional, thats... Okay, so you can actually apply design to everything that you see around you. Absolutely, thats true because a building is more than just outer face, its the spirit of the building. And if a building has a good spirit and a good vibe, its good for every body, not just for the people that are lucky to live in it, but really for the place itself. And nice site. Mizner, of course, himself was a also he had an idea of open public space, of parks, of doing something interesting in his time. So thats important, to bring that tradition to the present. 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Edition 2055 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com October 24 30 ,2014Preparations are well underway for the take place on November 14, 15 and 16 and moves to a brand new location on the Raton. There is much anticipation with the fair! event being added to the schedule this year. It will not be your typical beer pong party! It will cater to enthusiasts who ap preciate the chemistry of craft brew making and the skills of a Brew master. Guests will also be treated to a varietal of cheeses in two new Villages will also be showcased during the Vineyard Party and the Grand Wine Affair! on November 14, beginning at 7 p.m. is an intimate four-course wine and food pairing dinner where VIPs have their own chef preparing culinary delights who will host you at the American Table each course perfectly with a special wine night also kicks-off the weekends festivities wit the Vineyard Party, A Vine to Glass Affair! starting at 7 p.m.. While walking through the vineyard this year, the sights, sounds and aromas transport guests from Napa Valley, Oregon, Washington State all coming from The Bites! Tasting Village Stellas, Blue Martini, and the new Boca Landing in the renovated Waterstone Resort & Marina among many others. Saturday, November 15 at 6 p.m.. Attendees a Welcome Reception, Italy, America, tail and Business Shopping Bazaar and the Now you can buy your favorite wines at the In Motion, Oceans 234, Tomassos Pizza, Get ready to experience an awesome variety Affair! is the quintessential celebration of craft brew! On a sun soaked November afternoon, theres no better place to sip suds amongst friends. Whether you prefer Belgians or Blondes, Pales or Pilsners, Saisons or Wits come and see for your self why we will be one of the best loved You have to be wondering by now where invite men and women to participate in the Master award. Blindfolded guests will taste one ounce pours of different craft brews with the goal of identifying the hops and naming of the brew. The consumer who Brew Master trophy and of course bragging rights! Now for you food lovers, the Brew master experts say the best way to pair craft beer and a prepared dish is to have them both battle it out with equal strength so that one does not over power the other. These chefs say they are up for the challenge and are pairing their dish with what they think is the best craft beer and Sybarite Pig to name a few to get your taste ing ear to ear after you get to play with the And, if thats not enough...wait until you try Were looking forward to seeing you at A Russell Spadaccini who is the President and that help bring the larger community to gether while teaching and inspiring culinary This years festival has been completely have introduced new Villages and added an International Italian purveyor this year in the newly expanded Italian Region of the For additional information visit www.BocaWineAndFoodFestival.com/Tribune.html or call 561.338.7594. The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Would-be Thief Tries to Steal Shark from Nature CenterBy Jason SchwartzPolice are trying to determine who tried to steal a shark from Gumbo Limbo Nature Ocean Boulevard Saturday morning after an aquarist who works at the center discovered jaw Saturday morning. tank that houses the shark and another net tangled with a manifold, according to the police report. We care very much for our animals wheth Stefanie Ouellette, manager of the Gumbo have here, we provide the best care possible for them and you know that someone inten tionally had caused our animals harm is very disturbing. Nothing was taken and there was no evidence that the roll-up doors were pried open. The entrance gate was found open Saturday morning, but it wasnt known if that was related to the attempted theft. The aquarist who made the discovery told police he believes the would-be shark thief may have hopped the fence. Ouellette said the shark was behaving normally and did not appear to be affected by it, but her staff continues to monitor it closely. She did not think the incident was an inside job. She said all the employees there are dedicated to our mission and the thought never crossed her mind. Police spokeswoman Sandra Boonenberg said there were surveillance cameras, but the video was poor quality and did not capture the culprit. RUBENS BARBER SHOP Family Oriented 12 Barbers No Appointment9973 Glades RoadShadowwood 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 Boca Raton Prepares For South Floridas Largest Outdoor Culinary Festival
6 -Edition 205 October 24 -30 ,2014 www.bocaratontribune.com The Boca Raton Tribune DOUGLAS HEIZER, Publisher BARRY EPSTEIN CHARLOTTE BEASLEY CHRISTINA KARAS Business DOUGLAS HEIZER: C.E.ODINI HEIZER: C.O.O. C. RON ALLEN: Interim Editor PEDRO HEIZER: Managing Editor KATHRYN WOHLPART : Online Editor T AINARA MACIEL: Social Media JOSHUA CARLSONKATHRYN WOHLPARTMIKE GORASKIP SHEFFIELD SYNESIO LYRAThe Boca Raton Tribune East/West Boca Raton, FL EDITORIAL By C. Ron Allen ONLINEJohn Smith REAL WORLDJohn Smith HOW DOES THE INTERNET SEE YOU? CALL FOR FREE ASSESSMENT 800.779.8163 The Real Unsung HeroTwenty-three years ago, the late Jim Moran day in the tri-county area, Americans were to their communities often with very few resources and very little recognition. And Mr. Moran knew that their good works were valuable to the people they helped but beyond that, he knew that their spirit of service was vital to our national charac ter. So he created an award, the AfricanAmerican Achievers awards, to recognize Americans who serve their neighbors and communities in innovative ways that inspire generations. Until his passing in 2007, Mr. Moran made sure these unsung heroes were recognized every year. Just before his death, he made a Inc., to ensure the tradition continues. achiever award, named after the late attor American Achiever. The needs-based, four-year scholarship to story. I have been fortunate to be in attendance at all except four ceremonies since its inception, either as a newspaper reporter or as a guest. I was absent those four years because of military obligations overseas. I am also honored to be a 2006 recipient. If the purpose of this award is to celebrate Americans who work to make our communities a better place not for their own advantage or for any ulterior motives, but just to serve, pure and simple I cant think of anyone more deserving than Mr. Moran himself. Women in Distress, the Youth Automotive table acts. The automotive training center and possibly even a lifesaver for a lot of economically disadvantaged black kids. And Women in Distress has been a refuge for countless women when they need it most. perfectly ordinary to many Americans, especially those who have grown up during dous progress. And today we can say that our country is a better and a stronger force for good in the world because, more and more, we are a people that serve. And for that, we have to thank Mr. Moran, and his better half, Jan, who is just as com mitted as her husband to service, and has dedicated her life to it as well. As a proud member of this African-American Achievers fraternity, I am happy to help carry forward that legacy. I am one of several thousands who have been inspired by Mr. Morans passion and Americans discover that they, too, have something to contribute that they, too, have the power to make a difference. On behalf of all past recipients, let me say gentler region because of Mr. Moran and we cant thank him enough. Nominations are now being accepted for the 23rd annual African-American and JM Lexus. Nomination applications are available online at www.africanamericanachievers.com, on the African-American 516-2497 for a hard-copy nomination form. 2014. The awards presentation and cer emony will be held on Wednesday, April 15, Contact C. Ron Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 561-665-0151. Options involve risk and are not suitable for all investors. Prior to buying or selling an option, a person must receive a copy of Characteristics and Risks of Standardized Options. Copies of this document may be obtained from your broker, from any exchange on which options are traded or by contacting The Options Clearing Corporation (1-888-678-4667). REGISTER NOW. SEATS ARE LIMITED. O 888 OPTIONSOptions Fundamentals October 30 Trading & Understanding Risk November 6 Live options seminars are part of the Options Education Program offered by OIC, the industrys unbiased resource for options education. Seminars also coming to Atlanta. All seminars run from 6 to 9 p.m. BOCA RATON LIVE SEMINAR SERIES brought to you by: Alan Grigoletto, OEP Instructor THE IRON CONDOR IS LIKE AN INCOME GENERATOR FOR YOUR PORTFOLIO IF YOU USE IT WISELY . OPTIONS EDUCATION PROGRAM
Edition 2057 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com October 24 30 ,2014 @crankuptheheat @crankuptheheat /crankuptheheat 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 By Rick BoxxINTEGRETY MOMENTS Copyright 2014, 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. The Boca Raton Tribune East/West Boca Raton, FL Dividends of Employee Happiness ness at Work had some great insights that were outlined in a Wall Street Journal article about happy employees. A study it conduct ed has discovered happy, content employees have 31% higher productivity, 37% higher sales, and are three times more creative. Although the research did not make this conclusion, employee attendance levels like ly would also be higher and absentee levels the work they perform. involved in having happy employees within an organization: of them. things they do best. ployer. Based on this research, it would seem that if you want to foster higher productivity, it would be advisable to know and care about your employees strengths and passions. A passage from the Bible, although it seems directed to an agrarian context, applies well in this regard: Be sure you know the con Trying to implement the three factors cited needs by soliciting suggestions from them, or conducting small group meetings where their ideas are welcomed and thoughtfully considered. But employee happiness and contentment should involve more than a desire to im prove the companys bottom line. Striving to establish a work environment that is conducive to happy workers is also the right thing to do. employees, or the people who report to you, were instead the employer and you want to be treated? What kind of working environment would you desire to have provided for you? In what is often referred to as his Sermon on the Mount, Jesus told his followers, So in everything, do to oth ers what you would have them do to you Often we presume workers are motivated that prove to be the most valuable, the ones most likely to remain high contributors to the company, are those that also derive do. 5:19 When God gives any man wealth and possessions, and enables him to enjoy them, to accept his lot and be happy in his work this is a gift of God. Your Vocabulary Matters!I am very interested in words, and how they are used in a written sentence, as well as in public addresses, and in personal conversation. Words are the vehicle to convey facts, ideas, and to paint vivid pictures of some thing we wish to describe to an individual or a group. Its unfortunate that less attention is given today to excellence and variety in the vocabulary of so many citizens. That in itself may account for how misguided many people remain after talking to some persons. Words were exchanged, but without the needed understanding for appropriate action! One repeated phrase, used in many per sonal interactions among individuals, is the expression You know? This, regrettably, most often comes at the close of a poorly constructed sentence, and unclearly worded statement. In most cases, the proper response of a partner in conversation should be: No, I you mean? Yet, thats seldom done, and misunderstandings are perpetuated, some times with unpleasant consequences. Language is a most wonderful means of form, in face-to-face exchanges, in public addresses, in group interactions, in all forms of dialogues, on a variety of topics and, usually, for important objectives! Yet, for the success of any of these and other forms of sharing, a sound and growing vocabulary is paramount. Some people saturate their conversations, and other forms of address, with profanity and unnecessary expletives, which dont add these may detract from the desired impact to be made! Reading the right stuff is the most excel lent way one can utilize in securing the best tools of eloquence and clarity of speech. This is a most effective illustration of going
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Edition 2059 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com October 24 30 ,2014 The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Entertainment Skip Sheffield Charlotte Beasley Boca Society HappeningsPhotos by Charlotte BeasleyCharlottes Travels 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 Dear White People Uses Laughter as Weapon humor, in particular satire. Dear White People is a satire about rac ism on the college campus. It won writer/ tivals 2014 Special Jury Award for Break through Talent. The timing is certainly right, for the key climactic scene takes place sity, presumably somewhere in the South. wealthy, white snobs, jocks and frat boys. The four main characters are token black of minority students so donors could pat themselves on the back for being so toler ant. is the most militant, activist member of the group, never afraid to speak out against perceived injustices. Perhaps not ironically she has the lightest skin. In the days before political correctness she would have been known as a mulatto. a handsome, ambitious, seemingly ideal guy who secretly has some bad traits that may get in the way of his desire to be class president. ous woman who makes her views known closest thing to an everyman characterthat is if everyman had a bushy, towering Afro hairdo straight out of 1968. In case we miss these characters are types, start of the story. Then he goes on to confound those stereotypes. The white characters are for the most part who has liberal tendencies. We will see how liberal as the story unfolds. seems equally wise to the ways of white and benefactors happy. It seems like race relations havent improved much since I was a college student, eons Simien shining a light in dark corners and Rating: 1/2 stars Charlotte Beasleys Black Hat Birthday Celebration Delray Beach Music Society Luncheon JAFCO Authors Luncheon at Addison Reserve C.C Marc Kent, Marion Kirpatrick and Jane O sborne Lillian Floyd, President of the Delray Music Society with Nam Tang, Anthony Coniglio, and Roey Dushi Nam Tang a nine year old classical piano player Dee Carbone, Marion Kirpatrick, Charlotte Beasley, Dee Carbone and Jane O sborne Speaker Bethany Gorney with Chris Miller, Pres. of JAFCO Betsy W ickard dancing to America the Beautiful! Marleen Forkas, Charlotte Beasley, Dee Carbone and her guest Katherine HartzHelene W eicholz, Charlotte Beasley and Marleen Forkas Charlotte and Bob Beasley Charlotte Beasley, Marleen Forkas and Geralyn Lunsford
10 -Edition 205 October 24 -30 ,2014 www.bocaratontribune.com COLUMNISTS The Boca Raton TribuneTed Bernstein is a third-generation licensed life insurance specialist and nationally recognized industry innovation expert in alternative distribution strategies and life insurance product development with decades of speaking out and advocating for changes on behalf of consumers. A member of the Association for Advanced Life Underwriting, he was the first to introduce life insurance without commissions or no-load life insurance in the mid-1980s and launch the first fee-based Life Insurance Policy Audit and Review service for trust companies and life insurance fiduciaries. His newly introduced innovation, the Installment Life O ption, is game-changing. To learn more, visit www.lifeinsuranceconcepts.com or call 561-988-8984 THE TRUTH ABOUT LIFE INSURANCEBy Ted Bernstein F AITHBy Robert J. Tamasy Robert J. Tamasy is vice president of communications for Leaders Legacy, Inc., a non-profit based in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S .A. Long Term Care Insurance Who Needs It?Who should own decision with no right or wrong answer. The worst thing to do is assume no without giving proper consideration to your decision. The time to decide if Long Term healthy. Once health changes or you need long term care, the opportunity has passed. self-insure this risk and can cost up to $500 per day. That can put the annual cost near your insurance portfolio is to transfer the risk to an insurance company and insulate Who will care for you when you cant care for yourself? As more people are living longer and more people reach life expectancy, chances are increasing that the day will come when you wont be able to manage on your own. In fact, almost 70% of those over age 65 will require some form levels, you can take comfort in knowing this coverage is in place. Long term care insurance helps your spouse and children with the obligation to provide the care. Providing term care to a loved one is both a family problem and an individual problem. People often go into nursing homes when caregivers become overwhelmed and are no longer able to provide quality care in the home. assets or life savings: Car Accident 1 chance in 200. Hospitalization 1 chance in 15. Long Term Care however over age 65 it is 7 out of 10. unable care for yourself, becoming depenrequire assistance with day to day activities such as eating, getting in and out of providing a safe environment when dealing with dementia and Alzheimers disease. Types of care: 40% of people needing long term care are under age 54. The U.S. Department of all people age 65 and older will need some long term care. Personal Information Age, health, tobacco use and family status. couples. Elimination Period The longer the elimination period, the lower the premiums. Automatic Increase Does health insurance or Medicare pay? doctor and hospital bills. Some life insurance companies now of life insurance policy. These hybrids may be suitable for some consumers and I urge anyone considering this type of policy to speak with a life insurance professional In an upcoming column, I will cover life insurance policies that include coverage for long term care, acute care and accelerated tors such as cost and policy language are key but there are very competitive policies worthy of strong consideration. www.TedBernstein.com for information What Are You Running From and Toward?In todays hectic, even frenetic, busi ness world, it seems everyone is running, desperately trying to get to wherever they are headed as quickly as possible. Where are you running? And even better question might be, what are you running to and what are you running from? Len, a friend of mine, recently gave a talk and raised these questions. I asked if I could borrow his key points and adapt and I thought they also would apply to the business and professional person of God. way, stay with me because these principles have relevance for us all. The talk centered on a passage from the New Testament of the Bible, in which the apostle Paul writes to his disciple, Timothy. After asserting, the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil. Some people eager for money, have wandered from the faith and pierced themselves with many pangs, Paul adds, But as for you, man of God, liness, faith, love, steadfastness, gentleness. of the eternal life to which you were called and about which you made the good con fession in the presence of many witnesses This passage raises four questions all business and professional leaders should consider: What do you run from? We can run from stressful situations. But do we run from circumstances that tempt us to compromise our ethics or betray our convictions? This idolatry,meaning anything that would draw them away from cherished beliefs and values. What do you pursue? As we advance in the workplace, we can pursue numerous things, many of them being good things: promotions, more responsibility, greater contributions to the enterprise in which we are engaged. But we also can become con sumed with the pursuit of power, position and possessions, things that appeal to pride. urged the younger Timothy, righteous ness, godliness, faith, love, steadfastness, members or friends were in jeopardy, we the next client, for market share. But as hold true to our deepest beliefs, even if that could require a professional or personal cost? What do you hold onto? In the business world there are many things to hold onto reputations, status, income, even a corner just as diligent to hold onto things that are not as tangible but, ultimately, of greater value? As Paul wrote Take hold of the would it look like in practical, everyday ways? Interesting things to think about, dont you think?
Edition 20511 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com October 24 30 ,2014 BUSINESS The Boca Raton TribunePopular Dinner & Dance Venue Adds New Fall MenuPavilion Grille has introduced an exciting Mark swings some serious culinary cred, starting with a culinary arts degree from the The affable chefs career path then took him on a cross-country tour, from Nashthe Pavilion. change from the usual tuna tartare, with a surprisingly delicate texture and almost silky the perfect vessel to dig into this treat. lump crabmeat, with a provocative mango compote adding a tropical touch and re freshing change from the usual mayo-based Bisque Shooters proved a unanimous favorite luscious, rich, and bursting with real lump crabmeat. Other new starters include Seared Ahi Tuna, and a fantastic Quinoa and Grilled Vegetable Salad with Arugula. honey glaze, and teamed with braised Brus sels sprouts and quinoa. On the meaty side, Grilled NY Sirloin with a bourbon teriyaki drizzle is standout, as is the slow-braised Lamb Shank, enhanced with a seasoned a jus reduction. Rounding out the new additions is a decadent White & Dark and double-chocolaty, its worth every damn GM Liz Stark Perez, theyre sure to delight newcomers and regulars alike. The new menu items join the existing menu, starting with a wide array of Apnean, with mixed greens, Olives, artichoke, roasted peppers, fresh mozzarella, basil, and chives with lemon-oregano vinai should appease any appetite, from Grilled served with Served with Plantains, Black are very reasonably priced, with most priced at only at $25 or less Meanwhile, the full service bar provides all the liquid accomplishments. New creations seasonally-inspired Pumpkin Spice Martini. But Pavilion Grille is more than just a great restaurant its also a live music venue un like anywhere else around. Pavilion Grille is tend to be South Beach-ish college hangouts that blare ridiculously loud techno-pop electronic music, and treat food as just an afterthought. Instead, Pavilion Grille offers a welcome recluse, where you can relax and enjoy a full-service serious meal And with its chic setting within the atrium of the Stonegate Bank Building, Pavilion Grille is also the perfect venue for private parties and special occasions. The Pavilion Grille offers a complete catering menu, and can custom-design creative meal options for any occasion. Liz points out, we offer hundreds of catering options to appease any type of appetite, budget, and dietary restriction. In fact, they feature several dozen Station options, from standard Salad ties including Mediterranean, Pasta, Sushi, Asian, Italian, Paella, and even Grilled In a market full of the same-old-same-old, Pavilion Grille is located at 301 Yamato Rd visit:www.PavillionGrille.com
12 -Edition 205 October 24 -30 ,2014 www.bocaratontribune.com The Boca Raton Tribune BUSINESS East/West Boca Raton, FL Oce Depot Foundation Womens SymposiumApproximately 300 women business leaders came together Oct. 7 for the inaugural Of quarters in Boca Raton. In an atmosphere inspired by innovation and collaboration, the symposium helped women gain a new understanding and appreciation of how to become even more successful. The Womens Symposium was inspired by Mary Wong, president of the as one of the most passionate, creative, dynamic and energetic business leaders in shaped the symposium. The theme of our symposium was Maximizing Success through Innovation vation and collaboration are fundamental principles that must be present in order to achieve success and then to become even more successful, said Wong. This symposium aligns with the education and commitment to making a difference. We thank everyone for believing in our vision Womens Symposium. Symposium attendees included a wide range of individual entrepreneurs, consultants and representatives from small businesses, midsize companies, major corporations, the munity. A group of high school students from the Women of Tomorrow Mentor & Scholarship Program also participated. Throughout the day, the conversation was advanced by 35 women business leaders served as facilitators at attendees tables. Mary W ong (left), president of the O ffice Depot Foundation; students from the W omen of Tomor row Mentor & Scholarship Program at W est Boca High School; School Coordinator Beth Rubin; and Anne Dufour Zuckerman, Law O ffices of Anne Dufour Zuckerman Mary W ong (center), president of the O ffice Depot Foundation, thanks representatives from W omens Symposium sponsors (from left) Florida Atlantic University (Gift Bag Sponsor), 3M (Exhibitor Sponsor), Daszkal Bolton (Exhibitor Sponsor), SMEAD (Exhibitor Sponsor), Coca-Cola (Breaks Sponsor) and Allstate Benefits (Exhibitor Sponsor) Answering questions following the opening presentation are (from left) Mary W ong, president of the O ffice Depot Foundation; Victoria Rixon, Market Manager, J.P. Morgan Private W ealth Management Division; and Virginia Philip, Master Sommelier, Virginia Philip W ine Shop & Academy Liza Crenshaw (left) and Bailey Jacobs from the U.S Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center attended the Symposium from W ashington, DC A group of participants enjoys the camaraderie of the inaugural Office Depot Foundation W omens Symposium (From left) Lisa Mulhall, In Rem Solutions; Susan Diener, co-president of Impact 100 Palm Beach County; Beth Johnston, director, Local Relations, Division of Institutional Advancement, Florida Atlantic University; Cindy Krebsbach, In Rem Solutions; Karen Sweetapple, board member of Impact 100 Palm Beach County (From left) W omens Symposium participants Dr. Sheryl Ferguson, Lasting Families; Beth SenaParker, The Sena Group; and Roxana Scaffidi, CEO /O wner, FL-Accounting, LL C Mary W ong (left), president of the O ffice Depot Foundation, thanks representatives from W omens Symposium sponsors (from left) W BENC (Journal/ W orkbook Sponsor), Ernst & Young (Registration Sponsor), O ffice Depot ( Network Reception Sponsor) and the Merrill G. & Emita E. Hastings Foundation
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Call for details. 800-577-6281 800-577-6281 FREE EVALUATION!New Bill:-$3.84 Legal Notice SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK COUNTY OF DUTCHESS -------------------------------------------x EMIGRANT BANK Plaintiff, Filed: Index No. against RICHARD KOLENDA; CHRISTOPHER KOLENDA ; GELLERT & KLEIN, P.C. ; JOHN DOE #1" through "JOHN DOE #10" inclusive, the names of the ten last name Defendants being fictitious, real names unknown to the Plaintiff, the parties intended being persons or corpo rations having an interest in, or tenants or persons in possession of, portions of the mortgag ed premises described in the Complaint, Defendants. -------------------------------------------x Plaintiff designates DUTCHESS County as place of trial Venue is based upon County in which premises are bein g situate SUMMONS WITH NOTICE ACTION TO FORECLOSE A MORTGAGE OF ACTION TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to answer the Complaint in this action and to serve a copy of your Answer; or, if the Complaint is not served with this Summons, to serve a Notice of Appearance upon the Plaintiff's Attorney, within twenty (20) days after the service of this Summons, exclusive of the date of service or within thirty (30) days after the service is complete if this Summons is not persona lly delivered to you within the State of New York. If you fail to so appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the Complaint. DATED: Elmsford, New York August 25, 2014 NOTICE YOU ARE IN DANGER OF LOSING YOUR HOME If you do not respond to this summons and complaint by serving a copy of the answer on the attorney for the mortgage company who filed this foreclosure proceeding against you and filing the answer with the court, a default judgment may be entered and you can lose your home. Speak to an attorney or go to the court where your case is pending for further information on how to answer the summons and protect your property. Sending a payment to your mortgage com pany will not stop this foreclosure action. YOU MUST RESPOND BY SERVING A COPY OF THE ANSWER ON THE ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF EMIGRANT BANK AND FILING THE ANSWER WITH THE COURT. ________________________________ Richard F. Komosinski, Esq. Law Offices of Knuckles, Komosinski & Elliott, LLP Attorneys for Plaintiff 565 Taxter Road, Suite 590 Elmsford, New York 10523 Phone: (914) 345 -3020 TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: The foregoing Summons is served upon you by publication pursuant to an Ord er of the Hon. James V. Brands, a Justice of the Supreme Court, Dutchess County, dated Aug. 11, 2014 and filed with the co mplaint and other papers in the Dutchess County Clerk's Office, Poughkeepsie, NY Prem. k/a 22 Kinsdale Court, Wappingers Falls, NY a/ k/a Lot 12, situated in the Town of Wappinger, Count y of Dutchess, and State of NY, as shown on a plan entitled, Shamrock Hills Subdivision, Subdivision Layout Plan, revised dated July 3, 2006, prepared by Povall Engineering, PLLC and filed in the Dutches s County Cler ks Office on Aug. 30, 2006 as M ap No. 11963. THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. 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NOTICE OF OBJECT OF ACTION AND RELIEF SOUGHT THE OBJECT of the above -entitled action is to foreclose a purchase money mortgage to secure $420,000.00, plus interest, recorded in the Office of the County Clerk/City Register of the County of Dutchess on October 15, 2008 in Document No.: 01 2008-10765 and which purchase money mortgage was assigned to the Plaintiff herein as evidenced by written instrument dated September 17, 2008 and recorded on October 15, 2008 with the County Clerk/City Register of Dutchess County in Document # 01 2008 1956A and whic h mortgage was modified by agreement dated August 3, 2010 and recorded on April 5, 2011 with the County Clerk/City Register of Dutchess County in Document # 01 2011 3550 covering premises described as follows: 22 Kinsdale Court, Wappingers Falls, New Yor k The relief sought in the within action is final judgment directing the sale of the premises described herein above to satisfy the debt secured by the purchase money mortgage described above. 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Edition 20519 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com October 24 30 ,2014 SportsThe Boca Raton Tribune SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL Lynn Mens Soccer Triumphs Over SailshA little luck and a lot of perseverance helped Lynn Universitys sixth-ranked mens soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Palm Beach Atlantic on Saturday night at Bobby scored the game-winner mid-way through used an own goal to even things up. Lynn improves to 11-1-1 overall. & White began play on their heels. Altoo many times and allowed a goal 10:41 into the match by Jermaine Metz, lending was in Lynns favor in the 25th minute, though, as a cross from the right side was volleyed into the net by a Palm Beach Atlantic defender in an attempt to keep the ball away from an open Nicolas Mortensen, knotting the game 1-1. A much different team came out of the locker room for the second half and Lynn playing a much more prominent role. The box. The sophomore striker whiffed on a shot attempt but battled to toe a pass out side the 18-yard penalty area. Jaenicke and Lukas Zlatarits raced for the ball but it was Jaenicke who drove a left-footed shot inside the left post for the game-winner. Lynns defense did a better job of limit ing PBAs opportunities in the second half minus the moments following its score. cross from Metz on the right wing went to an unmarked Lucas DaSilva inside the and met DaSilva for a point-blank save to maintain the lead. while Raymont also turned away one shot. and 9-4 lead in corner kicks.Ayala Ties for Third and Bradley Extends Top-10 Streak to 16Lynn Universitys womens golf team claimed third place at the Saint Leo Invita tional on Tuesday despite posting the low man Jenny Ayala posted her best numbers for third place individually, while senior Jes sica Bradley added to her astounding career numbers with her 16th consecutive top-10 Ayala picked up where she left off from the previous day when she closed out the last nine holes by shooting two-under par. one-under par through seven holes before bogeying her eighth and 10th holes. Ayala made her mark on the par 3s where she was tied for second in the tournament, shooting two-under par. She was also tied for fourth, and closed out play with a 73 to shoot a three-over par 147 overall. top-10 since the end of the2012 season. She shot two over on the front nine and was poised for an even back nine until a over 76 gave her a 36-total of 149 to tie for seventh individually. Samantha Smolen and Louise Manalo made great strides on day two with Smolen post ing a one-over 73 and Manalo a two-over 74. The duo combined for a 10-stroke Martelli had the second-largest improve ment of the tournament, shaving nine strokes off her day one score to post a 77. with an even 600 but it was not enough
YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR.The Boca Raton TribuneYour Closest NeighborOctober 17 23, 2014 Community Number 202 Year VCOMMUNITY BUSINESSsee page 11 Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) Hosts Inaugural Community Service Day see page 3 Send us a picture of you reading The Boca Raton Tribune to email@example.com TYLER BORDELON READING The Boca Raton Tribune FOLLOW US ON SPORTSsee page 14Lynn Womens Soccer Turners Heads in Victory Over Mocs see page 3Hometown HeroScores in 1-1 Draw By Pedro HeizerFor Boca Raton native, Jozy Altidore, the match versus Honduras at FAU Stadium brought back memories. With 14,805 people in attendance, and over 70 of those being Altidores friends and relatives, the match was an emotional one for the Sunderland AFC striker. It was like the old days, Altidore said. It was kind of surreal to be here playing where it all started a lot of emotions here in Boca. It was really nice for me. Continue on page 14VP Joe Biden Campaigns In Boca for Charlie Crist By Fred HamiltonVice President Joe Biden is continuing his midterm election campaigning with a stop in Century Village this week for Charlie Crist who is challenging Gov. Rick Scott in November. This is the most important governors race in America, Biden told the capacity The White House says Biden was on the road nearly every day last week on the West Coast. About 600 people attended the rally at the Century Village condominium community.Continue on page 3 Photo by Rosa Cavalcanti Boca Helping Hands To Host Inaugural Miracle Chef Event Delray Beachs New Police Chief Takes see page 4 Buyers And Sellers Urged To Meet At Police Stationssee page 5 Harlem Globetrotters In Boca Ratonsee page 5 David Harden To Pinch hit As Port Orange City Managersee page 5FINANCE CONTROL: Tips for Teaching Your Kids about Money
2 -Edition 204 October 17 23 ,2014 www.bocaratontribune.comThe Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL P AGE T W OThe Boca Raton Tribune Community News Quote of the Week:He that believeth on me, as the scripture hath said, John 7:38 The friendly community where friends do business with neighbors. Community Papers of Florida West Boca Chamber of Commerce Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce Independent Free Papers of America Paper ChainGraphic DesignMarketing Andrz Rodriguez* Giovanna DaSilva* Kimberly Vaughan* Tainara MacielNews Room Veronica Rodriguez*PhotographersBarbara McCormick Gabriela Barbieri* Gabriela HeizerSalesAndre Heizer Margaux Vicker Marissa Obstbaum* Phydias Barbosa Interns Mail Subscriptionsubscription@bocaratontribune.comMailing AddressP.O. 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The County will pay $140,000 a year in tour ism tax money, which will be matched by the city. The game is estimated to bring in $1.5 million in local economic impact while promoting tourism via TV coverage of the game ebrated this month during a lecture series be ing presented at Florida Atlantic University. between the Boca Raton Historical Society & Museum and Florida Atlantic Universitys Lifelong Learning Society. The lectures will and Florence Friedberg Auditorium in Boca Raton. This coming Friday, the topic will be cuss Bocas part in World War II. Its $15 at the door to attend a lecture. Metered parking is available for visitors on campus. For more fau.edu/lls. TNT network parent Time Warner has signed a TV rights deal with the NBA for ESPN network currently charges about $6 per subscriber for South Florida cable and satellite viewers, who can expect a substantial rate hike to pay for the deal. Viola was named among the top 400 wealthiest people in America by Forbes magazine, making his fortune on Wall Street in the high spite being super-rich, he has asked taxpayers for a $50 million package that will bail out his money losing hockey franchise. ren Buffet now owns three South Florida car dealerships, buying out an auto group car re tailer that held 78 dealerships throughout the in millions more to expand his holdings in the auto industry and compete with AutoNasame month last year and nationwide sold ness for investors, numbers just released crossings being created by the proposed All Aboard high speed rail service from Orlando to Miami, reporting an extensive independent third party study is imperative to insure vehicle safety at crossings. There are 114 crossings in Palm Beach County alone and Miami. hands of state owned Citizens Property Insurance Company and move is part of the ongoing state effort to reduce coverage risk for Citizens. Already Citizens has reduced policies by 750,000 in the past four years and currently has 850,000 policies on the books. State law allows taken out customers may return to Citizens if desired. the Future of our World?, featuring Lynn University associate professor of philosophy in the Amarnick-Goldstein Concert Hall. This event is free and open to the public. to-the-future-of-our-world. visit browardcenter.org. Gary Waldman and three back-up sing 14. Shenandoah runs Jan. 7-March 1. Sophie, com. sented by the Slow Burn Theatre Company is at the Broward Center for the PerformTickets are $45. Buy tickets at BrowardCen ter.org, Ticketmaster.com or by phone at theplazatheatre.net for tickets. house.com for more information. days, Fridays & Saturdays at 8 pm, Sundays at 5 pm., at the West Boca Performing Arts Glades Road. Go to slowburntheatre.org for tickets. theplazatheatre.net for tickets. more information. ryepstein.com,tv-show/ to win free tickets to the Cinemark Theatres. 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Edition 204 3 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com October 17 23 ,2014 COMMUNITY The Boca Raton TribuneVP Joe Biden Campaigns In Boca for Charlie Crist Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) Hosts Inaugural Community Service Day business should do in South Florida? They should serve their community through volunteering. Thats exactly what Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) did at Boca Helping Hands Friday, Oct. 10. Making a difference in the communities we serve is a top priority for our organiza tion everywhere we call home, said Gerard van Grinsven, President and CEO, CTCA. We are proud to support a variety of nonmunities including Boca Helping Hands. Its the compassion, love and dedication of our Stakeholders (employees) that makes a difference in the lives of our patients and their loved ones. This same spirit extends into the community at large and we look forward to sharing it in our new home of Boca Raton and Palm Beach County. CTCA relocated its national headquarters to Boca Raton just three months ago. Thirty three Stakeholders, including senior leadership, took the day to donate more Helping Hands mission to provide food and emergency assistance to meet basic hu man needs and long-term solutions to break the cycle of dependence. CTCA is all about care and compassion, for both the body and the spirit, said Jim ing Hands. Here at Boca Helping Hands, we have a similar mission; we offer care and compassion while we provide short term emergency assistance, and search for long term solutions to hunger and poverty. We are very excited to collaborate with the professionals from CTCA in all of our assistance programs. Whether working in the warehouse packing pantry bags, serving meals in the soup kitchen, or assisting our ing, we know that their employees will bring all their expertise, as well as their sense of compassion. This is a great inaugural event and we are look forward to providing ongoing support to Boca Helping Hands and other nonmunity, concluded van Grinsven. Spanish River Principal, Students Join ALS ChallengeBy Jason Schwartz The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has drawn unprecedented attention and donations $100 million and counting since it was launched in late July. With no sign of the social-media-driven campaign slowing down, Spanish River High School Principal William Latson the challenge, which started as a simple way to raise awareness about amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a fatal neurodegenerative disease, So Latson and his students raised donations and was drenched themselves, and then challenged rest of the school faculty and as many students. Superintendent E. Wayne Gent challenged Latson and his group. pated in the challenge, which raised roughly The ALS Ice Bucket campaign started this summer when a Boston College football coach, who is diagnosed with ALS, challenged his players to donate with a twist on the traditional end-of-game gator-aid dunk. Challengers are encouraged to get wet or donate to the charity. Many choose to do both. All donations are made to end amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. The Business Insider is reporting that the Ice Bucket Challenge has raised more than The Association builds hope and enhances quality of life while aggressively searching for new treatments and a cure. For details or to make a donation visit Boca Helping Hands To Host Inaugural Miracle Chef EventFor over 15 years, the volunteers of Boca Helping Hands have been working miracles with food recovered from local grocers, restaurants, bakeries and caterers. Today, six days a week and twice on Thursdays, the volunteer cooks at Boca Helping Hands all of it comes from food that is recovered from local partners, which include WinnGarden, Cheesecake Factory, Papajohns Pizza, Target, Walmart, Costco, Silver Sac Catering, Trader Joes, Starbucks, Panera Bread, and Grand Lux Caf, just to name a few. Six teams of volunteers will compete with one another, preparing delicious dishes using nothing but recovered food, drawing attention to the need for Food Recovery in our community. Our celebrity judges will offer their culinary observations, while BHH supporters and volunteers enjoy of those we serve every day here at Boca Helping Hands. The panel of Celebrity Judges will include Chef Rey from Publix Supermarkets Apron Program as well as Mr. Bobby Boribong, General Manager of Capital Grille. Both Publix Supermarkets and the Capital Grille are also Food Recovery Partners with Boca Helping Hands. So come to Boca Helping Hands (1500 Friday, October 17th and learn more about Food Recovery and their efforts to feed those living in food insecurity right here in Boca Raton. For further information or Bozena@bocahelpinghands.org. Continue from page 1 Biden then addressed about 500 people at another Crist rally at Broward College and ended his day in South Florida at a fundraiser in Parkland for Crist at the home of lawyer-lobbyist Mike Moskowitz, a Moskowitz is the father of former Parkland commissioner-now state Rep. Jared Mos Biden said he is supporting Crist because he wants to make education more afford able, grow small businesses and raise the minimum wage. lion people in America would be taken out of poverty, Biden said. Bidens endorsement of Crist, who he called Crist a man of political courage, is a major endorsement for the former twoterm Republican governor who changed parties. Charlie is the kind of guy that if we grew up together in same neighborhood, we wouldve been friends, Biden said. He stressed the importance of the middle cratic party and its policies are good for the middle class and These guys dont value the middle class, Biden said of Republicans, adding that under Scott, the middle class is in trouble and getting clobbered. Im tired of the middle class not getting a [fair] shake. He urged the attendees to Stand up and holler.
4 -Edition 204 October 17 23 ,2014 www.bocaratontribune.comBy Fred HamiltonWith a standing room only crowd and many people spilling out into the lobby new Police Chief recently. A swearing in ceremony and badge pinning saw Jeffrey Goldman take over the top cop years. Im excited about the future, Im excited about the challenges ahead of us, Goldgiven him the opportunity to realize his dream of being a police chief. I am hon ored and humbled. Its a humbling respon sibility youve charged me with. I will not let you down. He also pointed to the support of his wife and family, indicating that they have been an instrumental part of his successful career in law enforcement. Among those in attendance were Goldmans parents, Jerry motherand father-in-law, an uncle and more. Goldman, who replaces Anthony Strianese, said he is looking forward to serving the community. Today is my day but after that its every body elses day, said Goldman, who served as assistant chief the past three years. Im going to be able to lead everybody in the future. Im going to make sure our people are well taken care of, Im going to make sure our citizens, our business owners and our visitors are taken care of. Interim City Manager Terry Stewart said Goldman had already been selected as chief prior to him taking over in early May, and already it has been a pleasure working with him. He has been an extraordinary young man to work with and has made some great way into the future, said Stewart who was suspended City Manager Louie Chapman Jr. Stewart noted the large turnout for the swearing in ceremony spoke volumes about Goldman and the respect he has in the law enforcement community. Representatives from agencies from as far away as North Miami were in attendance, along with some enforcement personnel, including former Police Chief Larry Schroeder, former Assistant Police Chief Craig Hartman, who is now chief of police in Highland Beach cio were present. Call Today, Protect Tomorrow! A burglary occurs every 14.6 seconds. 1 out of every 5 homes will experience a break-in or home invasion. A home without a security system is 3 times more likely to be burglarized. 85% of Police Ocials surveyed believe home alarms deter burglary attempts.1 2 3 4 l 1-800-596-9892$99.00 Customer Installation Charge. 36-Month Monitoring Agreement required at $36.99 per month ($1,331.64). Form of payment must be by credit card or electronic charge to your checking or savings account. Oer applies to homeowners only. Local permit fees may be required. Satisfactory credit history required. Certain restrictions may apply. Oer valid for new ADT Authorized Dealer customers only and not on purchases from ADT LLC. Other rate plans available. Cannot be combined with any other oer. Licenses: AL-12-1104, AK-35221, AR-E08-014, AZ-ROC217517, CA-ACO6320, CT-ELC.0193944-L5, DE-07-212, FL-EC13003427, EC13003401, GA-LVA205395, HI-CT30946, IA-AC-0036, ID-39131, IL-127.001042, IN-City of Indianapolis: 80988, KY-City of Louisville: 483, LA-F1082, MA-1355C, MD-107-1626, ME-LM50017382, MI-3601205773, MN-TS01807, MO-City of St. Louis: CC354, St. Louis County: 53328, MS-15007958, MT-247, NC-25310-SP-FA/LV, NC-1622-CSA, NE-14451, NJ-34BF00021800, NM-353366, NV-68518, City of Las Vegas: B14-00075-6-121756, C11-11262-L-121756, NY-Licensed by the N.Y.S. Department of State UID#12000286451, OH-53891446, City of Cincinnati: AC86, OK-1048, OR-170997, Pennsylvania Home Improvement Contractor Registration Number: PA22999, RI-3582, SC-BAC5630, TN-C1520, TX-B13734, ACR-3492, UT-6422596-6501, VA-115120, VT-ES-2382, WA-602588694/PROTEYH934RS, WI-City of Milwaukee: 0001697, WV-042433, WY-LV-G-21499. 3750 Priority Way South Dr. Suite 200 Indianapolis, IN 46240 For full list of licenses visit our website www .protectyourhome.com. Protect Y our Home 3750 Priority W ay South Dr ., Ste 200, Indianapolis, IN 46240. monitoring starting around per week *with $99 customer installation charge and purchase of alarm monitoring services. The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Boca Walk To End Alzheimers End Alzheimers too place. Over 1,500 people came out and supported the notable people who attended the event stance Scott, County Commissioner Steve Abrams, Representative Bill Hager, Boca Raton City Commissioners Robert Weinroth, and Scott Singer, as well as NBCs The Voice Michaela Paige. For more photos from event go to page 8Delray Beachs New Police Chief Takes Oath Of Oce Delray Beach Police Seek Clues to ShootingBy Jason Schwartz p.m. at the Auburn Trace community, in the a man shot and lying in the roadway, police spokeswoman Sgt. Nicole Guerriero said. Center where he later died. The shooting was the sixth in the city this year. may have witnessed the shooting or has Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS. Callers may also provide information anon
Edition 204 5 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com October 17 23 ,2014 The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Harlem Globetrotters In Boca RatonThe world famous Harlem Globetrotters, featuring some of the greatest athletes and entertainers on the planet, will bring their unrivaled family show to FAU Arena in Washington Generals Revenge Tour. The Globetrotters will face a great challenge this year, as the infamous Washington Generals are more determined than ever to match the franchises historic last victory over the Globetrotters nearly a since the Globetrotters and Generals have faced off, as the Generals have been searching far and wide for the best play ers to retool their roster and have been Globetrotters. In addition to the highly-anticipated matchup on the court, the Globetrotters, known worldwide as the Ambassadors of Goodwill, will honor a Harlem Globetrotters Hometown Hero at each of their team is searching for active, wounded or retired members of the military who have made their community proud with their brave service and exemplary character. Fans can nominate a Harlem Globetrotters Hometown Hero atharlemglobetrotters.com. The Globetrotters will also play basketball as a sign of respect to all who protect our freedom. With a star-studded roster featuring Big Easy Lofton, Ant Atkinson, Hi-Lite Fisher and Moose Weekes plus female stars TNT Maddox, T-Time Brawner and Sweet J Ekworomadu* the Globetrotters one-of-a-kind show is unrivaled in the world of family entertainment. With incredible ball handling wizardry, rim-rat tling dunks, trick shots, hilarious comedy and unequaled fan interaction, this mustsee event is guaranteed to entertain the whole family. 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6 -Edition 204 October 17 23 ,2014 www.bocaratontribune.com An estimated 5.7 million children are forced over the world and one local woman is do ing her part to stop it. As part of her course requirement at Yale Universitys School of Management, Maritation and a fundraiser to support putting very little attention in the United States, says Nixon, who spent two years in Mon golia with the U.S. Peace Corps teaching English to students. While there, she saw young girls respond to advertisements for jobs or to study overseas. Once they arrived in that country, in many cases China, their passports would be seized and they would be coerced into exploitative conditions, she said. Upon returning to the United States, the Spelman College graduate began volunteering with Love146, an organization provides aftercare for its victims. As a U.S. Prevention Education Outreach and training opportunities in communities that are prone to such acts. Nixon researches and drafts relevant reports on domestic education and services for at-risk youth and survivors. She also helps implement the prevention education curriculum in schools throughout Connecticut. I decided to use this opportunity to raise money for an organization that I am pas sionate about, said Ms. Nixon, who steered away many vulnerable young Mongolians from getting caught in the worlds second largest illegal web by explaining the recruit ing literature. All of the money raised will be used in the United States. While working for the Peace Corps, Nixon also worked at Bloomberg TV Mongolia as a planning editor and assisted in launching program there. Law enforcement agencies dont have reliable statistics for how much human traf that is not something to brag about. But the FBI estimates that more than 100,000 children nationally are victims ev in the nation. I had the opportunity to meet two former sex slaves recently who shared their stories stories on the planet. This physical, mental and emotional trauma can leave kids broken and scarred for life. These two women will never be the same mentally, emotionally and psychologically. Interventions for these children are critical to their survival. The religion and politics require a thoughtful, committed response. enforcements radar, they say. Victims range from foster children to young Asians smuggled into the country. Typically, girls are promised real jobs and then forced into prostitution with nowhere to turn. Those people in the know say child trafwho are working when they should be in school, have an unreasonable lack of free dom and show any signs of physical abuse. billion industry worldwide. It is modern day slavery. We should be doing everything we can to combat these appalling, immoral acts. You can also do your part by reporting suspect that a child in your city may be a online at polarisproject.org/report-a-tip. South Florida should do everything it can to help end the regions appalling status regions. We cant stop it in Palm Beach County, but we can do our best to discourage it here. Nixon will share her presentation on Satur Raton. Those interested in learning how to get in volved may contact her at marikaa.nixon@ The Boca Raton Tribune DOUGLAS HEIZER, Publisher BARRY EPSTEIN CHARLOTTE BEASLEY CHRISTINA KARAS Business DOUGLAS HEIZER: C.E.ODINI HEIZER: C.O.O. Our Writers/Reporters and Columnists Editorial C. RON ALLEN: Interim Editor PEDRO HEIZER: Managing Editor Online Edition PEDRO HEIZER: Editor KATHRYN WOHLPART : Online Editor T AINARA MACIEL: Social Media JOSHUA CARLSONKATHRYN WOHLPARTMIKE GORASKIP SHEFFIELD SYNESIO LYRAThe Boca Raton Tribune EDITORIALS & LETTERS East/West Boca Raton, FL EDITORIAL By C. Ron Allen ONLINEJohn Smith REAL WORLDJohn Smith HOW DOES THE INTERNET SEE YOU? CALL FOR FREE ASSESSMENT 800.779.8163 The Darkest Stories on the Planet 1-800-691-3065Do You or a Loved One Struggle on the Stairs? LIMITED TIME OFFER! $250 OFF*PURCHASE OF A NEW STAIRLIFT!EXPIRES October 31, 2014CALL FOR A FREE, LIFE-CHANGINGINFORMATION KIT AND DVD! The only stairlift to earn the Ease-of-Use commendation from the Arthritis Foundation. *Some restrictions apply.
Edition 204 7 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com October 17 23 ,2014 @crankuptheheat @crankuptheheat /crankuptheheat By Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr.POSITIVE LIVING By Rick BoxxINTEGRETY MOMENTS a biblical approach for doing business with integrity. The Boca Raton Tribune EDITORIALS & LETTERS East/West Boca Raton, FL Yes, You Can!I believe that your greatest accomplishment in life is much more reachable then you may think possible. More than likely, you wont need to travel any distance to bring it to completion; it will probably happen just where you already are! Conditions may be favorable, or they can also be just the op posite without impeding your effort! Years ago a friend of mine posed a meaningful challenge during a public address, with the challenge and recommendation, Bloom where you are planted! More than beautiful words to hear, this is something to be taken seriously and implemented with regard to what is required of us! Sometime later, I encountered a parallel version of that same idea, in the statement, where you are. Again, one doesnt need to be in ideal circumstances in order to achieve; just be productive wherever you are, in spite of the presence of potential adverse conditions! No one is expected to offer more than the best, and that anyone can achieve! engage human heads and hands are much easily achieved than people ever guess, as long as they wholeheartedly devote them selves to their completion! Consistent effort is the key! As management consultant and author, resolve to persist until you succeed. Yet, effort from beginning to end, no matter whatever obstacles you may meet, will bring desired results which, frequently, shall also transcend your own expectations! An interesting observation which I read in my youth, and since then continues to impact my determination in everything I attempt, is the obvious reminder that the dictionary is the only place where success comes before work. Therefore, whatever you propose to do, and attempt to make real, may it always be accompanied by the eloquent and challengobstacles where they do not exist; refrain from seeing failure in what youve not yet attempted!Rude and Disruptive...or Respectful?There seems to be an epidemic of callous, disrespectful behavior in todays workplace. Yet, strangely enough, such demonstrations many times are not penalized. Sometimes they are even rewarded! According to a study mentioned in an article in the prestigious Wall Street Journal, employers often pay more for rude and disagreeable employees. The study dis actually earn, on average, 18 percent more than their more agreeable peers. Imagine and considerable time in employees, only to have them become disruptive by shouting at you in a staff meeting and slamming the door as they depart. within an organization, some executives allow themselves to be manipulated by intimidating, overbearing staff members. But according to another study, can exact an even greater cost to the organization. Un civil behavior often the results in increased employee turnover. This could be because others might lose respect for superiors that fail to discipline acceptable behavior. an old saying that needs to be revisited. Employers have every right to emphasize the fact that working for their company is a privilege, not a right, and self-centered, disruptive speech and behavior will not be tolerated. If you are an employer, hiring people that respect others and are agreeable is a better path. Employers need to make themselves aware of the temptation to become bullied into paying more than they should for rude behavior, even when valued talents and skills have contributed to the companys success are at stake. Appeasing employees that disrupt the organization and show no respect for others especially those for whom they work eventually proves destructive for everyone involved. Therefore, in hiring new staff as well as conducting periodic performance reviews stressing the importance of respect and cooperation should be an important part of the process. A wise supervisor looks for and promotes those who respect others and demonstrate humility in interacting with others. Here are some principles the apostle Respect should be expected at all times. standing to others should be a universal practice, regardless of a persons position in an organization or their perceived worthiness of being respected.Show proper of believers, fear God, honor the king (1 Respect for authority should not be optional. Some people would say, I will show respect only to people that earn my respect. From a biblical perspective, how ever, respect should be shown regardless of what the other person does. Slaves, submit yourselves to your masters with all respect, not only to those who are good and consid erate, but also to those who are harsh. For it is commendable if a man bears up under the pain of unjust suffering because he is word slaves may sound out of place for ship Peter was referring to applies to that of employer and employee.
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Edition 204 9 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com October 17 23 ,2014 The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Entertainment Skip Sheffield Charlotte Beasley Boca Society HappeningsPhotos by Charlotte BeasleyCharlottes Travels 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 War is Hellacious in FuryWar is Hell! General Techumseh Sher man famously declared. Sherman knew only too well. He was an early advocate of Total War, which he demonstrated with a vengeance with his infamous, devastating March to the Sea through Georgia in the War Between the States. Fury puts the viewer in the center of a Total War. The story is set in the desper ate last days of World War II in Germany, conquer Germany, town by town, and the Nazis have desperately pressed into service Those who refused were hanged as traitors. scarred veteran of the war who commands a Sherman tank (note the name) which has the hand-painted word Fury on its can non barrel. Collier is a new recruit named Norman Ellison (Logan Lerman), who has been pulled out of a typing pool and pressed into service as a tank gunner. In a plot device that echoes Stephen Cranes Red Badge of Courage, Norman will spend the rest of the story ridiculed and shunned until he mans up and becomes the killing machine he is ordered to be. There is nothing pretty or light about Fury. There is some rough humor amongst the rag-tag tank crew, which includes Michael Pena as driver Trini Gordo Garcia, Jon Bernthal as obnoxious good old Georgia boy Grady Coon-Ass Travis, Jim Parrack as the level-headed Sgt. Binkowski and Shia LaBoeuf as the reli gious, moral voice, Boyd Bible Swan. There are only two women of note in the story. As the tank presses further inland it encounters a bombed-out village in which two women are hiding in a building. Collier and Norman Ellison scout the building and encounter a German woman named Irma (Anamaria Marinca) and her pretty young niece Emma (Alicia von Rittberg). It is love is a sadly brief interlude. The main problem with Fury is that most of us have already heeded Shermans warning. You dont have to be a veteran to know war is a terrible thing, but perhaps people need to be reminded again and again. Re member The Alamo.Rating: stars Tiger Bay Club Welcomes Speaker Stanley Tate Arlene Herson, Stanley Tate and Charlotte Beasley Carlos Ramos, Charlotte Beasley, David Goldstein, Pres. of Tiger Bay and Kris Tadish Stanley Tate speaking at Tiger Bay Club at City Fish Market Stanley Tate with Tiger Bay Club, President, David Goldstein CFO of Florida, Je Atwaters Meet and Greet Family Barbeque Here is CFO of Florida, Jeff Atwater with Sid Dinerstein and former Boca Mayor and current County Commisiioner, Steve Abrams Bob and Charlotte Beasley and Linda Stoch O ver 100 people enjoyed the family barbeque Marie Davis and Anita Mitchell, Chairman of PBC REP. Party Meet and Greet With Lt. Gov. Carlos Cantera at Boca Raton Marriott Peter Mottek, Charlotte Beasley, Lt. Gov. Cantera and Mercedes Mottek Lt. Gov. Carlos Cantera and Yvonne Boice Zucaro
10 -Edition 204 October 17 23 ,2014 www.bocaratontribune.comQ: or at least I thought I was married. My husband told me that he and his wife had ago. I knew that he, a cousin, a few others had made it to shore on Key Biscayne after three weeks on a small boat. He told me that he had divorced his wife shortly before he left the island. He and I were going through a divorce, when I got some papers mailed to our home, from a lawyer in Miami. The papers said that his supposedly ex-wife had come to Miami a few years ago and re cently died without leaving a will, and that an investigation showed that the two of them were still married, and he was legally her sole heir. She only owned a small house with a little equity and a car. judgment in Cuba, and told me that our marriage was void, since you cannot legally get married, when you are already married. He said that he thought I might not be able to get alimony or get property distribution, although any property in joint names would be divided equally. He is checking into the question. Am I entitled to alimony? My husband makes serious money, and I have not worked outside the home, and have raised our three children over the many years. My husband has all of his business interests in his name alone. These include many rental properties, and undeveloped land all over Florida. Will the distribution of half of the values of those properties be possible?A: Florida case law provides equitable (fair) remedies to a person who invests years legally married. Equitable alimony, or alimony by estopple, may be provided to a wife under such cir cumstances, if she can prove that she had no reason to believe that her husband had never legally divorced. This result will occur whether or not the husband had intentionally defrauded his wife wife to complete the divorce proceedings. The right to distribution of property, which would have been marital, if the parties had legally been married, can be established through the construction of a trust by the court, or the parties settlement agreement. Such a constructive trust is often used by the courts to correct an unfair legal result another. Such a relationship would surely arise between a couple who believed that they were married or were not, or in circumstances where one person knew they could not marry but never told the other person, before going through a marriage ceremony and years of living together. Florida divorce law is designed to default to a fair, evenhanded, resolution of the marital relationships. It is, however, based on ible enough to protect those who innocently believe that they are married, but are not. Note that under no circumstances would your rights to child support or rights of access to your children be affected because your marital never existed. Child support and visitation rights would still exist under Florida law. Michael H. Gora, divorce attorney, has 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 may be reached at (561) 477-7800. COLUMNISTS The Boca Raton Tribune DIVORCE FLORIDA STYLEBy Mike Gora 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 W asserman & Gora P.A. in Boca Raton. Mr. Gora can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. FAITHBy Robert J. Tamasy Robert J. Tamasy is vice president of communications for Leaders Legacy, Inc., a non-profit based in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S .A. When Finish Well Means... Not Finishing Getting off to a good start did not guaranearly lead sometimes fell to the back by the end of the race. Swimmers making a fast start lost to competitors demonstrating a or slips cost them dearly. In the past I have written about the impor in doing so. In the everyday work world we see the same phenomenon, at both ends of disgraced by ethical scandal. Young em ployees that start careers looking like future company stars, only to lapse into medio cre performance. How can we ensure the promise of a good start results in a strong What does that mean? Some people are described as a jack of all trades, master of none. Basically that means excelling at nothing. Finishing well requires a clear sense of purpose, coupled with a good understanding of what you do well and what you do not. ishes well, is usually one who capitalizes on strengths by devoting most of his or her time and energy to areas where those strengths can be maximized. That might not do them well or if they are not worth being done by us. For instance, because I am a big-picture person, I have found it helpful for someone to oversee key details for me whenever possible. As I told an executive assistant years ago, Your job is to catch things before I let them fall through the cracks (as is my tendency). I am weak at handling details, and rather than putting considerable mental energy trying not to forget important more skilled in that regard than I am. Someone has said, To get something that might mean depriving someone else of that opportunity. As British devotional writer Oswald Chambers has said, Good is the enemy of the best. Applying that the Olympics, some of those athletes could have done well in other sports. However, they determined which sport they did best and concentrated on that. As a result, they excelled and became champions. Rather than being good at one sport, they became great at another. Relating that reality to the workplace, there are many good things we can do as business and professional people. The question is, what are the best things for us to do The good things can be done by others. Never lose your focus. We need to have a clear understanding of where we are headed and not let distractions and obstacles take us off course, even if they seem attractive. As the time approached for him to be taken up to heaven, Jesus resolutely set out your goal? What is your mission? These answers will enable you to distinguish the good from the best in your personal and professional life. I press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of Married or Not? RUBENS BARBER SHOP Family Oriented 12 Barbers No Appointment9973 Glades RoadShadowwood 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
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14 -Edition 204 October 17 23 ,2014 www.bocaratontribune.comContinue from page 1It was great to have everybody here with to see me play. It was a really special feeling for them to be here. Altidores homecoming became even more magical in the 10th minute when ley, who found Altidore on the left side. Altidore aggressively took on Honduras defender Victor Bernardez one-on-one, cutting inside to his right and shot rightfooted inside the near left post for the early one-goal lead. It is always a nice feeling when you score for the national team but I had all my family here my cousins from Haiti they came so it was really special, he said after the game at FAU Stadium. on the American career list. I played a lot of tournaments as a kid surreal to be back here. I never thought I would play for the national team here in front of so many people who helped me get to this point, so it was really nice for me. Altidores storybook homecoming was spoiled in the end when Honduras found the equalizer in the 86th minute. Martinez whipped in a left-footed free kick from the right side, easily eluding the ran captain Maynor Figueroa in the middle of the box. The Honduras captain fought off Jermaine Jones and redirected with the header past Nick Rimando to earn the equalizer. The disappointing ending was the second team lost a lead late against Ecuador on Friday night in East Hartford, Conn., and settled for a 1-1 tie. SPORTS The Boca Raton Tribune T h e W ate rsto n e R e sor t & M arina a Doub let ree by Hilt on is a b r and n ew boutique h o tel o erin g c h ic, m o der n dc or a n d l u x u rio us a p pointm e n ts. Feat u r ing t wo new r esta u r a n ts, s t u nni n g e ven t spa ce a n d ea sy b e ach a ccess, W a t e r sto ne Resor t & Marina is t h e all-new w a y t o e xpe rienc e a ll t he f un Boc a has to o e r .For mor e informatio n visi t wat ersto n e boca. c o m FROM OUR FRESH OFF-THE-BOAT SEAFOOD TO OUR WIDE ARRAY OF HAND-CRAFTED COCKTAILS EVERYTHING ABOUT BOCA LANDING IS FRESH, FUN AND TOTALLY BOCA. ENJOY THE AREAS ONLY ON-THE-WATER DINING EXPERIENCE AT BOCA LANDINGCONTEMPORARY DINING WITH A DECIDEDLY LOCAL TWIST. 999 EAST CAMINO REAL BOCA RATON, FLORIDA 33432 561.368.9500www.bocalanding.com*NOW OPEN FOR BREAKFAST, LUNCH & DINNER! INSIDE SEATING AVAILABLE. Hometown Hero, Jozy Altidore Scores in 1-1 Draw With Honduras Photo by Rosa CavalcantiLynn Womens Soccer Turners Heads in Victory Over MocsA pair of second-half goals spearheaded by Jordyn Turner led Lynn Universitys womens Southern on Saturday night. Turner netted her fourth goal, and second game-winner, Sunshine State Conference win of the year. Lynn improves to 4-7-0 overall and 1-4-0 in league play. A barrage of shots by Florida Southern the ropes early and had the Mocs poised for a big night. But Lynn hung in there and was able to get a couple of shots of its own, including a near point-blank attempt by Amanbreakdown, though, allowed Kira Rainbow to pull away and beat Caitlin Shaver to put A back-and-forth affair took a turn in Lynns favor with eight minutes remaining before the half as Lina Forsmancollected a loose ball 40-yards out, cut towards the center and unleashed a line drive shot over keeper Erin Moseley to knot the match at 1-1. The Fighting Knights aggressiveness continued into the second half, led by Turner. The sophomore out of Seminole, Fla., smacked home the game-winner in the 54th minute after one-timing a cross from Kirstie Schults past Moseley. A little more than a minute and a half later, Turner would set up teammate Lauren Handley with a square ball near the top of the box. Handley took one touch and chipped a shot over Moseley and off the of the year. The two squads were equal across the board in statistics, matching each other in shots, 15-15, corner kicks, 5-5, and keeper saves 6-6.