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September 21 September 27, 2018 Number 381 YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR. FOLLOW US ON The Boca Raton Tribune Story on Page 3 Twin Palms Center Celebrates 50th Anniversary With Community Event SPORTS see page 13 Lynn Mens Soccer Tops Florida Memorial Children and families of all ages and abilities are invited to celebrate the golden anniversary of a beloved Boca Raton institution: Twin Palms Center for the Disabled. The Twin Palms 50th Anniversary Picnic will be held on Novem ber 10, 2018 from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm at their Center at 306 NW 35th Street in Boca Raton and feature bounce houses, face painting, entertainment, silent auction, food by Missis sippi Sweets and 5 Spice Asian Street Market, and a special proclamation from the City of Boca Raton. Tickets include lunch and are $20 for adults and $15 for children, and avail able online at TwinPalmsCen ter.org or by calling 561-3914874. COMMUNITY see page 4 Community Football Night Returns with Fan-Loving Food, Fun and Fundraising Wednesday, November 14 COMMUNITY see page 11 Breast Surgeon Joins Medical Staff of Womens Institute Boca Raton Public Library Celebrates Read for the Record The Boca Raton Public Library invites you to celebrate Jumpstarts 13th annual Read for the Record. This eventbrings together millions of people across the United States each year to highlight the importance of building early literacy and language skills for every child, so that all children will enter kindergarten prepared to succeed. Join us during Drop-In Story Time at the Downtown Library on October 18 from 10:00-10:30am as a member of the Boca Raton City Council reads this years book, Maybe Something Beautiful, by F. Isabel Campoy and Theresa Howell and illustrated by Rafael Lpez. SEND US A PICTURE OF YOU READING THE BOCA RATON TRIBUNE to pictures@bocaratontribune.com See Page 8 for full story PBSC EXPANDS FOOD PANTRY TO HELP STUDENTS IN NEED Story on Page 5 Linda Dorilma reading THE BOCA RATON TRIBUNE

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www.bocaratontribune.com Quote of the Week: Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever. Hebrews 13:8 INDEX Community News .....p 3 Editorial .....................p 6 Columnists ................p 7 ..................p 19 Sports ........................p 16 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 Chain Graphic Designer Chris Collura Marketing Andre Heizer Karen Guimaraes News Room Gabe Diaz* Jack Rubin* Bryanna Basilio* Nikki Colonna* Photographers Gabriela Heizer Janis Bucher Marcelo Gabrielli Rosa Cavalcanti Video Andrew Ramey Interns Mail Subscription Mailing Address General Information Boca Raton City Hall 201 West Palmetto Park Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33432 GENERAL INFORMATION (561) 393-7700 EMERGENCY 9-1-1 POLICE DEPARTMENT (561) 368-6201 FIRE DEPARTMENT (561) 982-4000 CITY MANAGERS OFFICE (561) 393-7703 CITY CLERKS OFFICE (561) 393-7740 UTILITY SERVICES (561) 338-7300 RECYCLING (561) 416-3367 PBC ANIMAL CONTROL (561) 276-1344 PARKS & RECREATION (561) 393-7810 MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE (561) 483-5235 BOCA RATON PUBLIC LIBRARY (561) 393-7852 FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY (561) 397-3000 LYNN UNIVERSITY (561) 237-7000 BOCA RATON CITY DIRECTORY COMMUNITY NEWS PAGE TWO The Boca Raton Tribune Boca Beat By: Pedro Heizer Touch A Heart Foundation Is collecting new and gently used Halloween cos tumes of all sizes now through October 15th. Drop off in The Oaks at Boca Raton (Clint Moore Rd) now until Oc tober 15th. Email VijayaLJ@yahoo.com for address and to be put on the guard gate list. Palm Beach State Col lege is now expanding their food pantry ser vices to help students in need. Well done, Panthers! ties are invited to celebrate the golden anni versary of a beloved Boca Raton institution: Twin Palms Center for the Disabled. The Twin Palms 50th Anniversary Picnic will be held on November 10, 2018 from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm at their Center new and gently used Halloween costumes of all sizes now through October 15th. Please donate new or clean, gently used costumes. No rips, stains or missing pieces. Drop off in The Oaks at Boca Raton (Clint Moore Rd) now until October 15th. Email VijayaLJ@yahoo.com for address and to be put on the guard gate list. If you cant par ticipate but would like to make a donation towards more costumes, trick or treat bags or our distribution party: https://toucha heartfoundation.org/donate/ seum is excited to announce the 7th Annual on Friday, October 5, 2018. The evening promises to be an extraordinary event where guests will enjoy a unique trolley tour of downtown Boca Raton, visiting a variety of venues for dinner by the bite and specialty drinks at each location. whats cooking at the fourth annual Cheri bundi Tart Cherry Boca Raton Bowl Great Spirit Night set for Wednesday, Novem ber 14 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Renaissance Boca Raton Hotel, 2000 N.W. 19th St., Boca Raton, FL. That is when the areas top restaurant, country club, hotel, cooking school and celebrity chefs and mixologists will once again bring on their culinary and cocktail A-game to rally Bowl fans and raise funds to support Spirit of Givings annual year-end holiday gift drive. to celebrate Jumpstarts 13th annual Read for the Record. This event brings together millions of people across the United States each year to highlight the importance of building early literacy and language skills for every child, so that all children will enter kindergarten prepared to succeed. college card manager, is among 59 profes sionals accepted into the 2018-19 Leader ship Palm Beach County (LPBC) Engage program. grounds returns this fall. The events will run from Oct. 11-13, Oct. 18-20 and Oct. 25-27. Midway hours are from 6 to 11 p.m. (mid night on Fridays and Saturdays). derson University School has been named the No. 2 Best Public Elementary School and the No. 8 Best Public Middle School in America by Niche, the largest website for researching public and private K-12 schools. for its vast wealth, one in six residents do not know where their next meal will come from according to the Palm Beach County Food Bank. Since the majority of Palm Beach State College students are residents of the county, they too may be struggling to get enough to eat. To help ensure they have this basic need met, the College has relocated and expanded its food pantry, now called Panthers Pantry. today announced the appointment of KerryAnn McDonald, MD, to the medical staff of the Christine E. Lynn Womens Health Care Physician Network. She specializes in benign and malignant breast disease. this fall by three exhibits that cover a range of topics including sexual assault and its effect on victims. The exhibits, which will be displays at The Art Gallery at Eissey Campus and The Gallery at Lake Worth Campus, showcase stories, ideas and percep tions through paintings, drawings, photogra phy, graphic design and more. They are free and open to the public and feature artwork created by PBSC students and community artists.

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for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com COMMUNITY The Boca Raton Tribune The Boca Raton Tribune The Boca Raton Tribune is an award winning newspaper with a reach of 50,000 readers a week. With a weekly distribution of 20,000 papers and about 2,000 daily online visits, we are sure to help your business RISE ABOVE THE COMPETITION! CONTACT US FOR YOUR NEXT ADVERTISEMENTat (561) 807-6304 or business@bocaratontribune.comYour Closest NeighborHeizer Media Group Like us on www .facebook.com/BocaR atonT ribune The Boca Raton Historical event taking place on Friday, October 5, 2018. The evening promises to be an extraordinary event where guests will enjoy a unique trolley tour of downtown Boca Raton, visiting a variety of venues for dinner by the bite and specialty drinks at each location. Beginning and ending at the at the Resort before boarding a trolley to start their tour. Trolleys will return guests the evening will conclude with dessert, dancing and a cash bar. The downtown locations of the unique locations some of which are not yet open to the public. The brand new Loch Bar, soon to be located in Mizner Park, will be among the stops. Another exclusive trolley stop will be located at the Privaira Airport Hanger with delicious bites from Bolay and exotic vehicles on display from Excell Auto Group. Ouzo Bay in Mizner Park, Union Twenty-Seven off Palmetto Park Road and a stop at the Flamingo House co-working space with Prosperity Brewerys unique offerings are also on the list We started this unique tour as a way to show off our beautiful and histor ic city, says Mary Csar, executive direc tor of the Boca Raton Historical Society experience some of Boca Ratons history, its a great way to learn about the future of our city by visiting an enticing mix of destinations, including several restaurants, local businesses in Boca Raton. Tickets are $125 and all proceeds Tickets can be purchased at www.bocahistory.org. For more info, call (561) 395-6766 ext. 101. 7th Annual Toasts, Tastes & Trolleys Returns to Boca Raton Children and families of all ages and abilities are invited to celebrate the golden anniversary of a beloved Boca Raton institution: Twin Palms Center for the Disabled. The Twin Palms 50th An niversary Picnic will be held on Novem ber 10, 2018 from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm at their Center at 306 NW 35th Street in Boca Raton and feature bounce houses, face painting, entertainment, silent auc tion, food by Mississippi Sweets and 5 Spice Asian Street Market, and a special proclamation from the City of Boca Raton. Tickets include lunch and are $20 for adults and $15 for children, and avail able online at TwinPalmsCenter.org or by calling 561-391-4874. Twin Palms was founded in 1958 when a group of parents of children with developmental delays in Boca Raton children had outgrown the public school system and affordable services for adults with disabilities were scarce. Troubled by the thought of their children fading into the background of society, unwilling to institutionalize them, and unable to af ford in-home care, they conceived of an affordable, fun, and safe day program that harbored healthy growth and develop ment for their loved ones. It was through the hard work and dedication of those parents that The Boca Raton Society for the Disabled now called the Twin Palms Center for the Disabled was established. Twin Palms is proud to have been serving the south Florida commu nity for 50 years, helping more than 300 clients achieve their greatest individual potential, says Twin Palms Executive Director Christopher Berens. The Center currently serves 24 adults diagnosed with a range of dis they are greeted by program staff and volunteers at the facility equipped with a computer center, game room, musical instruments, arts and crafts station, and more. from our work as much as the clients themselves, says Berens. They rely on our high-quality services and low-cost tuition, which enable them to continue to work, support their families, and contrib ute to society. The Twin Palms Center 50th Anniversary Picnic family event is spon sored in part by The GEO Group and The Schmidt Family Foundation. This event is a fundraiser for Twin Palms and all proceeds supporting their facility and services. Lunch and entertainment are in cluded in the ticket price ($20 for adults, $15 for children), and guests are encour aged to bring a blanket to roll out on the lawn to to celebrate this golden milestone and look toward the future! Twin Palms Center Celebrates 50th Anniversary With Community Event

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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 The competition is already heat ing up for whats cooking at the fourth annual Cheribundi Tart Cherry Boca Raton Bowl Great Chefs Tailgate Show for Wednesday, November 14 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Renaissance Boca Raton Hotel, 2000 N.W. 19th St., Boca Raton, FL. That is when the areas top restaurant, country club, hotel, cooking school and celebrity chefs and mixologists will once again bring on their culinary and cocktail A-game to rally Bowl fans and raise funds to support Spirit of Giv ings annual year-end holiday gift drive. The high-spirited, one-of-a-kind fundraising event offers an opportu nity for area residents and businesses to network and join in on all of the fun preCheribundi Tart Cherry Boca Raton Bowl countdown festivities. For this popular laid-back, casual networking and priderallying event, guests are encouraged to come out wearing their alma mater or favorite college teams colors and jerseys. They will get to mix and mingle with other fellow college football fans and community partners, along with ESPN on-air personalities who will be on site and broadcasting live. As one of the lead-in events for the Fifth Annual Cheribundi Tart Cherry Boca Raton Bowl, the Great Chefs Tail gate Showcase takes a Chef vs. Chef approach in a friendly competition. The culinary masters aim to please the palates of event-goers with their signature twists on tailgate classics ranging from sides and entrees to beverages and desserts. Each chef presents their culinary creation to a panel of expert foodie media, personali ties and bloggers while guests as well get to cast their own votes for the Peoples Choice designation. The diverse roster* of chefs and mixologists participating in this open-tothe-public event will hail from the areas fan-loving venues, including: Bolay Blue Fire Grille at Palm Beach Gardens Marriott Ceasars Famous Ribs Chartwells at Florida Atlantic University Hijinks Sports Grill Hooters Los Bocados Oceans 234 Publix Aprons Cooking School Renaissance Boca Raton Hotel Seasons 52 The Locale The Loch Bar The Melting Pot True Food Kitchen Tucker Dukes Spirits: Citrus Distillers, LLC We are looking forward to seeing and tasting the out-of-the-box entries, including those competing for Best Dish to Eat with a Beer, Healthiest Twist on Tailgate, and Worth the Extra Napkins, as well as the ultimate Peoples Choice and Judges Choice, notes Doug Mosley, executive director of the Cheri bundi Tart Cherry Boca Raton Bowl that is set to kick off on Tuesday, December 18 at FAU Stadium. Each year the com petitive culinary spirit cooked up for this Bowl lead-in event gets more and more exciting, and all in good fun and funds for our Bowls charity partner Spirit of Giv brings to thousands each year. Tickets to the 2018 Cheribundi Tart Cherry Boca Raton Bowl Great Chefs Tailgate Showcase are $50 per per son in advance and $60 at the door; price includes all chef and restaurant tastings, entertainment, and beer, wine and soft drinks. To purchase tickets, visit Spirit of Giving at www.spiritofgivingnetwork.org or call 561-385-0144. Community Football Night Returns with Fan-Loving Food, Fun and Fundraising Wednesday, November 14

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for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com THE GROVE SUMMER SALErf ntbtttfnt tttrttttttrfntbtbfbnnfn fffrttttFIRST TIME EVER!!! NOW ACCEPTING: VSP, AETNA, CIGNA, AND MORE! VSP, AETNA, CIGNA, AND MORE! rfrn tttbrfrn brrbtttWe travel the world to handpick eyewear you won't see anywhere else. 33rd REGULAR SUNGLASSES TOO!Without Prescription M E D I C A L M A R I J U A N A A W A R E N E S S S E M I N A R R S V P via Ma riju a na Aw a re.com or ca ll 8 5 0-90 6 -500 0 F R E E A D M I S S I O N L I M I T E D S P A C E The Boca Raton Public Library invites you to celebrate Jumpstarts 13th annual Read for the Record. This event brings together millions of people across the United States each year to highlight the importance of building early literacy and language skills for every child, so that all children will enter kindergarten prepared to succeed. Join us during Drop-In Story Time at the Downtown Library on October 18 from 10:00-10:30am as a member of the Boca Raton City Council reads this years book, Maybe Some thing Beautiful, by F. Isabel Cam poy and Theresa Howell and illustrated by Rafael Lpez. What good can a splash of color do in a community of gray? As Mira and her neighbors discover, more than you might ever imagine! Based on the true story of the Urban Art Trail in San Diego, California, Maybe Something Beautiful reveals how art can inspire transformation. Read for the Record brings people together all over the U.S. in class rooms, homes and libraries to highlight the important of early literacy, says Amanda Liebl, Youth Programs Direc tor. This years book, Maybe Something Beautiful, reminds little readers that their creativity, no matter how small, can munity. children to enter the doors will receive a free paperback copy of Maybe Some thing Beautiful courtesy of the Friends of the Library (one book per family), and everyone will enjoy a cupcake. No enrollment required. Read for the Record is just one component of the Boca Raton Public Librarys continued support for early literacy education. Throughout the year, the BRPL hosts numerous early literacy classes, enrolls children in the 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program and provides Literacy Backpacks to library cardholders. Boca Raton Public Library Celebrates Read for the Record

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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 There are some people we meet who, after several encounters, we still feel we don't know them, or at least Is this their fault or ours? It can be of either one, or it can be from neither. Some people never show themselves adequately to others, while we ourselves can, sometimes, be slow in our own grasp of what they've revealed about themselves to us. Words and ges tures can be very deceiving, even when these have never intended so to be! There are others, however, that honestly portray their true selves meet somebody new. They offer a key to their heart from the outset, apart from any potential romantic interest. Moreover, they don't leave any doubt about the genuine sincerity of their words, deeds, and intents. Their positive posture is fully genuine! Most often, the problem is more in the reluctance of someone in fearlessly accepting the other, taking that person at his/her word, more eas ily acknowledging the sincerity of the other, and not reading in the gestures and comments of the other what was not communicated at all. Unquestionably, some persons advertise themselves in such way that others can rather easily dismiss any desire of developing a long-term, friendly relationship. There's something real that, in spite of cordiality, won't succeed beyond that initial hello. And there is nothing wrong with that! Friendships that are developed, and really go somewhere desirable, take in these and other related experiences. Varied settings for encounters can be planned, and time can be given for each person to observe the other in several human situations. questions may be legitimately asked one another, so as to establish a mental proceed until a true friendship can be established or only an occasional faceto-face encounter is desirable. Each individual needs to allow his/her temperament, and other unique dence and satisfaction, as an attempt happen. And when such is the case, how wonderful it can be for, as social creatures fashioned by a divine creator, people need people, and those who recognize that, and strive to achieve this goal, are indeed the luckiest people in the world! Connecting With Other People Invest in our Students, the Arts Instruction. Its Critical for Their Education Every year dozens of students who participate in band and orchestra in schools across our district cannot afford to rent or buy their instrument. But there is an even greater challenge facing these students: so many people have taken the arts for granted Our schools here in Boca Raton are not immune. The need is so great that members of the West Boca High School Chorus are holding a fundraiser. With 12 days to go, they are $2,411 short of their goal of $8,000. ` Your generous support will help us offer a higher quality music experience for all of our students, choir director Catherine Briggs wrote in an electronic post recently. Your donation is tax deductible and you will receive a receipt via email for your generous gift. If you could please spread the word about our fundraiser by sharing it with your friends via Email, Text, or Social Mediawe would greatly appreciate it! We strive to create high quality music experiences that bring pride to our school and local community. Thank you again for your support!! Donations will be used to buy sheet music, uniform maintenance, festival fees, transportation, voice lesson scholarships and awards, among other necessities. The choirs are largely selffunded program. Typically, many publicschool music programs have little to teacher out-of-pocket spending, fundrais ers or support through parent-teacher organizations. For years, music classes have been the ugly ducklings of school curric ulums. When school districts must make budget cuts, music and arts programs are often the last courses to be added and the disheartening that many people never think about how the artists who soothes our hearts with such melodious sounds often achieve their status. It takes money to pay for prac tice sessions to eventually read the sheet music and to play those instruments. Lets face it, music is always around us. We do not do anything without music. We get music, just by turning on our TVs or radios, our ringtones and even the nursery rhymes, all provide music. Yet, we often take it for granted that its going to be there. Through your donations all of Briggs vocal music students will be able to receive a high quality and comprehen sive music experience. Kamryn Mills, an 11th-grader and president of the KOP Mentoring Network, is among her students. Thank you so much for helping me meet my goal, said Mills, who has raised $40 of her $500 goal. I promised to match up to the to do likewise as you would be investing wisely in this child. Along with being an outstanding student academically, she is disciplined, polite and very appreciative of everything she gets. Oh thanks. Again, thank you so much. Words cant speak for how thank ful I am, she wrote in a text once she learned of my pledge. Educators will tell you that music opportunities such as jazz band and orchestra ensembles give students a chance to connect outside of the class room. They also give staff an opportunity to showcase talented student groups while offering the community opportuni ties to see live performances. Music education is such an im portant piece of the puzzle that helps us prepare students for life. There are also studies that suggested those who learn music score better on math tests, which supports my theory of why music education should be a required component in all schools because of the proven academic, social, With Boca Raton being a caring and generous community that sees the value in music education, let us do our children. The school has set us a fundrais ing page where donors can give. Visit https://www.snap-raise.com/fundrais ers/west-boca-2018-chorus-campaign/ participant/4484684?

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for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com COLUMNISTS The Boca Raton Tribune BOCA SOCIETY HAPPENINGS By Charlotte Beasley The South Florida Palm Beach County Bar Association held a cocktail reception for many lawyers at one time. South Florida Palm Beach County Bar Association Party at Ouzo Bay FAITH By Robert J. Tamasy Do you like having to wait? If you do, you are a rare individual. Most of ance, frustration, even fear. We do not goals are delayed, we feel dismayed, wondering how we can speed the process. Sitting in the waiting room to see a doc tor or dentist can test the limits of our patience. Recently I had to undergo a at the hospital before 8:30 a.m., as in structed, and was informed the procedure would begin by 10:30. But 10:30 came and went and my wife and I were still waiting. I tried not to get impatient, but eventually asked about the delay. Finally, the medical staff got to me and started the procedure, but it was not until 12:30! Waiting is just as unpleasant in a workplace context. Sometimes we must wait on someone before we can proceed with our part of a project. We need to discuss a major issue to discuss with our boss, but she cannot see us until later in the day. Waiting on a much-desired job offer can be agonizing. For those who follow Jesus Christ, waiting is part of Gods plan for developing character and helping us grow in our faith. Sometimes the only answer to our fervent prayers is, Wait! Some people have even referred to such times as being in Gods waiting room. We see many examples in the Bible of people God required to wait, even though He had special plans for them. Abraham and his wife, Sarah, had to wait many years for the child that God had promised them. The Lord had chosen Moses to lead the Israelites out of Egypt, but Moses still had to spend many years in exile before the right time arrived. Then the people of Israel had to wait 40 years in the wilderness before they could enter the Promised Land. ourselves in Gods waiting room. What should we know about waiting and what should we do during these unavoid able times? The Scriptures offer helpful insights: Trust in the One in whom we must wait.When things come to a stand still in our lives and careers, we attempt to do anything possible to get things moving again. Sometimes, however, God wants us simply to wait and trust that He is in control.Be still and know that I am God (Psalm 46:10). Do all that we can, but then, if necessary, wait.Being in Gods waiting room does not necessarily mean doing nothing. It does mean when we have done everything we think should be done, we must wait for God to accomplish the rest. Trust in the Lord and do good. Delight yourself in the Lord and he will give you the desires of your heart. Com mit your way to the Lord, trust in him and he will do this: He will make your righteousness shine like the dawn, the jus tice of your cause like the noonday sun. Be still before the Lord and wait patiently for him. Wait for the Lord and keep his way (Psalm 37:3-7,34). When God hits the pause button in your life, draw on your faith. When forced to wait, we can become discouraged and even wonder if God has forgotten about us and what we need. This is an opportunity to strengthen our faith in Him and see what He will do, often far more than we could have imagined. Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own under standing. In all your ways acknowledge him and he will make your paths straight (Proverbs 3:5-6). Feeling Impatient in the Waiting Room? Get FAA approved maintenance training at campuses coast to coast. Job placement assistance. Financial Aid for qualifying students. Military friendly. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance800-481-7894 AIRLINE CAREERS

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www.bocaratontribune.com PBSC Expands Food Pantry to Help Students in Need Even though Palm Beach County is known for its vast wealth, one in six residents do not know where their next meal will come from according to the Palm Beach County Food Bank. Since the majority of Palm Beach State College students are residents of the county, they too may be struggling to get enough to eat. To help ensure they have this basic need met, the College has relocated and expanded its food pantry, now called Panthers Pantry. Created by Counseling Center Director Jeannie Hoban in 2015, the pan try moved from the Counseling Center to room SCA 102 on the Lake Worth campus. It now of fers even more basic needs items for students including canned food, boxed lunches, notebooks, snacks, personal hygiene items and more at no cost. with a reception from 4 to 6 p.m. Sept. 25, which coincides with World Hunger Action Month. Thereafter, its normal operating hours will be Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. In addition to the main pantry, all other PBSC campuses will have pantry cabinets available later in the fall term. Students may take up to 10 pounds of items per week. They only need to show their College ID. These pantries would not have been possible without the generous gift from Bank of America, which donated $45,000 toward the expansion of the pantry for all part-time and full-time students who are experiencing food insecurities regardless of their families income. The funds were also used toward Panthers Closet, a student-run thrift store that opened in 2017 on the Lake Worth campus. Partnering with Palm Beach State College to support the Panthers been very exciting, said Stephanie Glavin, local market manager for Bank of America. The program is unique in the sense that it provides students with access to basic needs and a hands-on oppor tunity to use the service-learning based coursework to learn how to run a social enterprise. The project was important for us to support, as we have a shared mis sion of advancing economic mobility and building thriving communities. A boxed lunch at Panthers Pan try. The Lake Worth campus pantry will be managed by Sheila Nichols, counseling center representative. The pantry cabinets will be managed by a student activities club on the various campuses. When the pantries need to be restocked, some of the food will come from donations from organizations that Palm Beach State is a member of includ ing, the Palm Beach County Food Bank, Feeding South Florida and the College and University Food Bank Alliance. Do nations are also welcome from the college community. Those who wish to donate can visit the pantry for a list of items needed. Panthers Pantry is not the only recent initiative launched at the College to help students in need. The College also opened the Panther Power Center to help strengthen retention and gradu ation rates for lowincome students who are college students at the Lake Worth and Belle Glade campuses. The center, which will support two cohorts of 1,000 students, was es tablished with a two-year, $250,000 grant from the Farris Foundation. Through the Panther Power Center, located in room PG 116 on the Lake Worth campus, students and mem bers of their household will be screened for unmet needs, referred to community agencies, assisted with completing State tions such as SNAP and Medicaid, invited to on-campus workshops, and receive plan to pay for their education through to graduation and help stabilize their ments the services of Panthers Pantry and Panthers Closet. More and more students are trying to balance going to school, work ing and paying for housing, utilities and child care, said Dr. Peter Barbatis, vice president of student services and enroll ment management and interim provost of the Lake Worth campus. When you of that, it can lead to students skipping meals, dropping classes or not buying textbooks. At PBSC, we realize the chal lenges students are facing and want to help relieve this stress by providing them with these resources so they can focus on their classes, grades and building tight networks with friends. For more information on Panthers Pantry, call Nichols at 561-8683980. For more information on the Pan ther Power Center, call Program Grant Manager Michelle Wilks at 561-868-4003. Jessica Bender, auxiliary services and college card manager, is among 59 professionals accepted into the 2018-19 Leadership Palm Beach County (LPBC) Engage program. The Leader ship Engage program is a highly-competitive 10-month program which offers partici pants a powerful new network and a transfor mative learning experi ence, with the intent to better Palm Beach County. According to Marlee Brannock, events and marketing manager for LPBC, the organization received a record number of applicants this year. She was selected by a committee for her professional leadership and service. This program will help me gain a deeper understanding of my own lead the College, Bender said. I will be able to promote the College within this group and gain connections throughout the community. Palm Beach State College is an integral part of this community, and me being a part of this group would only enhance the Colleges visibility and show its commitment to educating the leaders of today and tomorrow. Participants, who come from diverse industries and backgrounds, will gain a deeper understanding of their own leader ship styles, as well as understand the ways in which they can make ments in the commu nity. They will meet as a group for one full day each month, from September to May, and travel on a bus to all areas of the county, exploring program topics such as agricul ture, education, public safety and healthcare. They will also break up into smaller groups to do community facing the region. ship program for LPBC which unites leaders to improve Palm Beach County and deepens their civic commitment and awareness of diverse issues and indus tries. Bender Accepted Into Leadership Program

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www.bocaratontribune.com SPORTS The Boca Raton Tribune BOCA RATON, FL Today, Boca Raton Football Club continues its commitment to growing soccer in Palm Beach County by proudly announcing Beaches Adult Soccer League (BASL) starting immediately. founded in 1989 by a group of individu als who want ed regional soccer to be played at the highest levels possible, BASL is the number 1 amateur soc cer league in all of Florida today and has grown to be able to manage more sanctioned games per year than any other adult league. We want to continue to grow that game in Palm Beach County, said club president, Douglas Heizer. We are 561 Pride, and to have a team in the BASL is the epitome of Local Soccer. Our brand is known worldwide, and to place a team in Palm Beach Countys best adult league is something we have been working for for a long time, we are glad the day is here. Boca Raton FC looks for key partnerships among locals and teams to operate teams outside the two main NPSL and APSL clubs that Boca Raton FC manages. In BASL, Boca Raton FC has reached a partnership with Nick Rasek, who had a team in BASL last year named West Palm FC. Rasek will continue to run his team, and will rebrand his club as Boca Raton FC, and will now have access to Boca Raton FCs players poll, as well as assistance from Boca Raton FCs media department to promote BASL games, as well as Boca Raton FC vendors. We arent able to own and operate every single team in every single league we want to join, added Heizer. Key partner ships like the one with Nick will help us put our brand into teams that would like brand and have exclusive access to Boca Raton FC partners, departments, and more. In the 2018 BASL Summer Championship, under Raseks leadership, his club defeated the top two BASL teams, Gold Coast Inter AFC, and Shocker FC to earn the 2018 BASL Summer Championship after coming in 4th place in the regular season. With a extensive knowledge of the game, Rasek holds a US Federation C License, and was an assistant coach on Lynn Universitys 2011 National Cham pion Runner-Up and 2012 Championship teams. Currently Rasek runs the Lake Worth Youth Soccer programs, some thing hes been going since 2012. With its announcement of the BASL team, Boca Raton FC now boasts teams four leagues, all with different lev els of play, and a bigger chance for local players to be seen and become part of the Boca Raton FC family. Boca Raton FCs BASL team will 23 at 7pm as they take on Palm Beach Flames at Marisol Park in Palm Beach Gardens. For more information on the BASL or Boca Raton FCs BASL team, please visit: bocaratonfc.com/basl Boca Raton Football Club to Field Team in Beaches Adult Soccer League The Florida Atlantic University women's soccer squad will begin their longest consecutive home stretch of the season this weekend, with two matches one concluding non-conference play (Thursday at 7 p.m. versus Oral Roberts) and another to ramp up Conference USA action with the team's 2018 home opener league (Sunday hosting UAB at 1 p.m.) kicking off a four-match homestand. The Owls (3-6-0, 1-0-0 C-USA) picked up a big three points on the road in their league lidlifter last Friday, beating Marshall in Huntington, West Virginia, 2-1. Sammy Vitols earned C-USA Of fensive Player of the Week honors with a goal and an almost-assist on the gamewinner, credited as an own goal by the Thundering Herd defense. Oral Roberts (5-6-0) won four 3-2 over Missouri State in overtime. Junior forward Jordan Langebartels leads and assists (three), and recorded the helper on the game-winner last time out. UAB (4-3-1, 1-0-0 C-USA) has not been beaten in their last four contests, with three wins and a tie. That includes a 1-0 decision Sunday at home against Louisiana Tech to, like the Owls, go 1-0 in C-USA play. The winner came just 1:16 in as the game's only score. The team's leading goal scorer on the season is Ka also feature Preseason C-USA goalkeeper Kelsey Daugherty, who led the league in goals against average and save percentage in 2017. The Owls and Golden Eagles have never met. In the last six years, the Owls and Blazers have tangled seven times, and FAU has gained at least a point in each result, holding a 5-0-2 all-time edge. After a tie in last year's regular season matchup in Boca Raton, 1-1, the of the C-USA Championship in seeded upset (No. 6 seed over the No. 3 seed), 1-0. Asta Arnadottir contributed the Two more home matches are ahead for the Owls next weekend as well, both in league play, hosting Louisiana Tech on Friday, Sept. 28, and Southern Miss two days later on Sunday. Following that, there's just two more at home for the remainder of the regular season. FAU Womens Soccer Returns Home for Two of Four in a Row

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