August 17 August 23, 2018 Number 376 YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR. FOLLOW US ON The Boca Raton Tribune Story on Page 3 Boca Raton Regional Hospital Climbs in Best Hospitals Ranking SPORTS see page 12 FAU Womens Soccer Engages Two In-State Rivals to Open Season Boca Raton Regional Hospital has again been recognized as a top-ranked regional hospital in U.S. News & World Reports 2018 annual review of its Best Hospitals. The Hospital is currently ranked 13th out of approximately 300 hospitals in Florida and 3rd in the MiamiFort Lauderdale metro area, making it the highest ranked hospital in Palm Beach County. Last year, Boca Regional was ranked 16th in Florida and 6th in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale metro area. U.S. News & World Re port also ranked Boca Regional as a high-performing hospital in abdominal aortic aneurysm repair, chronic obstructive pul monary disease. COMMUNITY see page 11 COMMUNITY see page 5 FAU Medical Students Receive First Doctors White Coat VOTE AUGUST 28 of BO C A R A T O N 2180278 Zucaro10x2.pdf 1 7/24/18 1:18 PM See Page 9 full story STUDENTS RECEIVE RED CARPET WELCOME ON FIRST DAY OF CLASSES SEND US A PICTURE OF YOU READING THE BOCA RATON TRIBUNE to firstname.lastname@example.org Sisterhood of the Pink Hard Hats Reunites to Dedicate 2018 House That Women Built Heather Netti reading THE BOCA RATON TRIBUNE
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www.bocaratontribune.com The Boca Raton Tribune Publisher EDITORIALS & LETTERS Business Our Writers/Reporters and Columnists Editorial Online Edition EDITORIAL By C. Ron Allen 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 The Joy of Conversation should be a pleasurable experience to its participants. It quickly ceases to be so when the motive of one of the participants is to hurl insults on another, and use dialogue as an excuse for verbal attacks and insults. Without a question, that would lead one nowhere, except into discord, and a gradual breakdown of personal communication, leading to its com plete dissolution. It has been correctly dialogue; they perform a monologue in noticed, one has the opportunity gently to indicate to the other party, ones lack of appreciation for that style of sation entails opportunities for par ticipation of all involved, of give-andtake, instead of merely hearing only whatever proceeds from the mouth of a domineering talker. Some persons want to be in charge, and think that appointing ones self to control the topic, the argu ments, and the timing of a conversa never the case! tion of any subject, should study and know in advance the proper etiquette to participate in productive conversa can and should be a time of mutual and countless other positive outcomes. Unanimity of acceptance is not a requirement, but respect among its participants is a necessary ingredient in those exchanges! Careful attention must be paid to what is being said or discussed so that illustrations or related issues may be inserted at the appropriate moments must possess the full freedom broadly to express contributing thoughts to enrich the dialogue. In response to an idea presented, be attentive to the best moment when to insert a comment, to ask a question, to express any lack of understanding, or even respectfully to disagree with something stated, while clearly offering the alternative sugges tion. There are manifold ways of engaging in ongoing conversations about a common topic of interest. The basis of sincere interest, respect, and a genuine desire of making a positive difference in the life of one or more participants. I believe such are noble goals to aim at! Paying Eternal Respect to a Natural Woman That commanding voice is hushed, Her loving heart is still. The iconic Queen of Soul will. lin, however, I was like the millions of fans who grew up adoring her music, dancing and artistic spirit. I however saw her perform a few times including at President Barak Obamas inauguration. When I heard that the Queen went into hospice care, I began preparing for the inevitable. But when I learned of her was not prepared for the news. I spent much of Thursday and Friday reading and listening to the many tributes pouring in for her, and they all painted a portrait of a woman who stood as a cultural icon around the globe. She was a singer, composer and an arranger who reigned over the worlds of R&B, pop, rock and gospel music for nearly six decades. But she was so much more. power and range, she was humble. The Queen was known to joy, with poignancy, with spiritual lift and, of course, with dancing. at the inauguration of three U.S. presidents: Jimmy Carter, Bill Clin ton, and Barack Obama. She also mingled and sang for Pope Francis in Philadelphia in 2015. Her music, rooted in gospel crossed myriad genres and boldly evoked and advanced the themes of the era. She also was a political junkie who was glued to CNN and she loved comedy especially Tyler Perry and his character Madea. She also had a way of con necting with people and genuinely made everyone felt comfortable. tions overall and 18 wins, including a lifetime achievement award in singles, including her signature song, in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame She sang with matchless style and was the gold standard for so many artists who followed her. I can only imagine the celebration there will be in heaven when all those great voices get together. Lets face it, there will be the Whitney Houston and so many more whom I fail to mention. While I am not in a hurry to see or hear them, I hope that when my time has come, I too will be welcomed to add some real baritone to that choir beyond the blue. While I am saddened by her passing, I am comforted knowing that she is no longer suffering from that darn cancer that snatched her away from us and that she is in the Lords arms. Farewell Queen, rest in peace.
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www.bocaratontribune.com 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 1677 www .yaacovheller .com Heizer Media Gr oup Exterior/ Interior Commisions Corporate/ Private Installations Sculpture Bronze Lucite Glass Silver Painting Jewelry Gifts & much more PBSC Welding Students Create Sculpture for Glades Central High School Welding students at Palm Beach their names on a plaque as the creators of Central High School this fall. The nearly 11-foot, 1,000-pound sculpture will be the centerpiece of a garden at the school, and while the installation date is pending, the Smaller metal sculptures created by PBSC welding instructors are part of don brought a group of her students to the campus for a tour last October, she admired Pastuszak, who is also a recognized metal artist. She instantly envisioned acquiring such a sculpture for the garden she was tral. Pastuszak wouldnt consider charging for a sculpture. Instead, he saw the real value in having his students make one. portunity for my welding students to do a good deed for the community are used in making that sculpture are the same skills that are used in the welding profession. It was just a good thing for us to do, and personally, The garden is a schoolwide termination, is a college readiness program states. It complements the curriculum by teaching skills that students can use to suc ceed at any level of school, college, or in a career. or community organizations. Planting a gar den takes time, it takes work, and I wanted my students to see that through hard work, ideas back and forth, but it was the avail ability of an eight-foot steel beam that in do something thats really going to make a On and off over the ensuing months, the students in his evening welding class worked on the sculpture. If Pastuszak wanted his students to focus on a particular skill, then they headed out to the sculpture. fabrication industry dont get developed if you are just welding coupons [test plates] all welding programs, even nationwide, get to has worked in power plants from Florida to the Northeast, enjoyed seeing the sculpture come together from an I-beam to what it is Besides the welding and cutting, the math was the highlight of the project mechanic who joined the class to add to his did not know that you could take one solid beam and heat it up to temperatures where you could bend it, sculpt it and cut it out and actually make a human arm from the dimensions that you took The sculpture project has more artistic work with metal and large themes. our PBSC students are de termined to advance and president for growth and expansion and provost an excellent way to have our PBSC students be role models of what is possible work of Pastuszak and captures her vision perfectly and embodies and are propelled into the worldsymbol cipline, college readiness and goal-setting, and so all of that is within that arm. With laboration as the beginning of a long-lasting relationship between the College and to the Welding program, which made her realize its a viable career for some of her students. going to be a great need due to those retir Meanwhile, one welding student credits the sculpture project for powering his motivation to stick with the program. server reigniting a past interest in welding. program began, and basically, thats what caused me to fall in love with welding and torching and everything that goes along with it. Im grateful that we were able to do
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