October 19 October 25, 2018 Number 385 Year IX YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR. FOLLOW US ON The Boca Raton Tribune Your Closest Neighbor Story on Page 9 O to Market 22nd Year for the Boca Raton Green Market SPORTS see page 14 Palm Beach Atlantics Rivadeneira Named SSC Player of the Week Its time once again to grab your shopping bags and head on over to the Boca Raton GreenMarket held every Saturday, 8am to 1pm, beginning October 27 through May 11, 2019. Now in its 22 nd year of opera tion, the Market takes place at the south end of Royal Palm Place in the Monu ment Piazza parking area located at the intersection of S Federal Highway and SE Mizner Blvd. Plenty of parking is available adjacent to the GreenMarket vendor site. COMMUNITY see page 4 Educate Tomorrow at FAU Holds Inaugural Celebration Event COMMUNITY see page 8 Boca Raton Tribune Welcomes Jon Carter as Newest Columnist SEND US A PICTURE OF YOU READING THE BOCA RATON TRIBUNE to firstname.lastname@example.org See Page 3 for full story FAU TECH RUNWAY TO CELEBRATE 2018 MAVERICK RECEPTION Heather Netti reading THE BOCA RATON TRIBUNE
2 -Edition 385 Quote of the Week: Jesus said to them, I am the bread of life; whoever comes to me shall not hunger, and whoever belives in me shall never thirst. John 6:35 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 email@example.com Mailing Address P.O. 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Floods are the nations most common and costly natural disasters and the City of Boca insurance rates for property owners. The City has enrolled in the National Flood Insur ance Programs (NFIP) Community Rating System (CRS), a voluntary incentive program that recognizes and encourages community structures by providing affordable insurance. We at the Boca Raton Tribune are thrilled to announce that Jon Carter will start writing a weekly column for the online edition of our paper titled Carter Talks where the FAU student will write about anything and everything. If you have any ideas on what he should talk about, reach out to him or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, welcome Jon! The competition is already heating up for whats cooking at the fourth annual Cheri bundi Tart Cherry Boca Raton Bowl Great Chefs Tailgate Showcase & College Football Spirit Night set for Wednesday, November 14 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Renais sance 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. Just in time for Halloween, Florida Atlan tic Universitys John D. MacArthur Campus Since 1932, zombies also known as the walk collection, which features an array of classics from Night of the Living Dead to Zom bieland, is available for free to the public with a valid SEFLIN One Library Card. The D. MacArthur Campus in Jupiter. The Boca Raton Public Library is pleased to announce a new photo exhibit by Vero nique Viardin called Pride & Honor: NativeAmerican Indian Portraits at the Downtown Library. Visitors will enjoy a spirited collec tion of black-and-white portraits depict ing modern-day faces of Native-American Indians. These stunning photographs were taken at a pow-wow ceremony where NativeAmerican Indians united to celebrate their heritage with feasting, singing and dancing. As I focused to capture the old and the newer generations dancing before me, notes Viardin, I was deeply moved by their coura geous spirits and sacred songs. Fright Night at the South Florida Fair grounds returns this fall. The events will run Midway hours are from 6 to 11 p.m. (mid night on Fridays and Saturdays). This Friday, Oct. 19, two leading orga nizations are teaming up to help students with autism. For children on the spectrum, excel, yet many do not know or receive the training. But LexisNexis Risk Solutions, one of the leading tech employers in the area, wants to change that and is teaming up with Florida Atlantic Universitys iRISE2 Mentor ing Program to host a learning camp for local students from SouthTech Academy who are on the spectrum. 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. (BRRH) today announced the appointment and Carlos Victorica, MD to the Hospitals BocaCare Physician Network. Art enthusiasts can expect to be moved 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 perceptions through paintings, drawings, photography, graphic design and more. They are free and open to the public and feature artwork created by PBSC students and community artists. All-Pro NFL wide receiver, Chad Ochocin Raton Football Club last Sunday afternoon. Johnson, who played 11 seasons in the NFL, 10 with the Cincinnati Bengals, and one with the New England Patriots, was in the match for 80 minutes and had two shots on goal.
Edition 385 3 COMMUNITY The Boca Raton Tribune FAU Tech Runway will host its 2018 Maverick Reception on Thursday, Oct. 18 trepreneurs and programs. The reception will celebrate a year of success and innovation. FAU Tech Run ways mission of robust support to the University and regions entrepreneurial ecosystem fosters the growth of students, faculty and local innovators and provides them with the resources they need to thrive as entrepreneurs in one collabora tive hub. FAU Tech Runways annual Maver ick Reception is an evening for us to highlight and celebrate the success of our programs amazing entrepreneurs. We also tip our hats to those incredible supporters who play a crucial role in assisting these entrepreneurs the FAU Tech Runway mentors, advisory board members, our corporate partners, and the generous donors who enable our compa nies successes, said Rhys. L. Williams, associate vice president for research and the managing director for FAU Tech Run way. The event will feature cutting-edge technology displays, a lively networking space, and personal insights on entre preneurship shared by two of the most successful entrepreneurs that Florida has ever produced. The keynote speakers for the recep tion are Ron and Jon Antevy, founders and leaders of e-Builder, the pioneer in cloud-based construction management has enabled global companies, govern ment agencies, healthcare and educational institutions to manage billions of dollars e-Builder customers manage more than $300 billion in active projects. The ma out of the companys Plantation, Fla. headquarters. FAU Tech Runway to Celebrate 2018 Maverick Reception Palm Beach State College has won six Medallion Awards from the Na tional Council for Marketing and Public place awards, for work produced by the College Relations and Marketing depart ment. The annual regional awards recognize out standing achievement in communications at community and technical colleges in 11 Southeastern states, Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands and the Bahamas. This year, 38 categories. The winning categories and pieces are: Gold Magazine for the fall 2017 edition of Contact. The magazine, distributed to 60,000 friends and alumni of the College, was designed by Kari McCormick, visual communications manager, and featured CRM writers and photographed by CRM staff. Excellence in Writing for a feature story titled World Class: Statesman, Executive, Scholar. The story, highlighting the ca reer of PBSC alumnus Robert M. Skipp Orr, was written by Joyce Edelstein, CRM specialist. College Promotional Brand Video for Women of the Fire Academy highlight ing the historic summer graduating class largest number ever. It was produced by Idalia Centeno, multimedia specialist. Silver Promotional Brand Video for Kennys Story featuring a graduate of PBSCs Welding Technology program, who, within one year of graduating, became a job foreman and site supervisor. It was produced by Karina Silva Santisteban, media technology coordinator. Communications Success Story or Com munity Relations Campaign for the news release on PBSC graduate Alexis Vazquez that was written by Tabatha McDonald, news and media relations coordinator, and pitched to media outlets. As a result, Vazquezs story received widespread coverage. Stories appeared in the Palm Beach Post, Sun-Sentinel and Boca Raton Tribune and aired locally on WPTV News stations in Seattle, Fort Myers, Knoxville, Orlando, Sioux City, Iowa and Charlot tesville, Va. Bronze Excellence in Writing for a story about the Reef Hope Project led by Professor Jes sica Miles, Ph.D. The story was written by Kristi Sorrow, CRM specialist. The awards were presented during the District II Conference held in Atlanta Sept. 30-Oct. 2. They were judged by panels of industry professionals. NCMPR sociation of Community Colleges. PBSC Wins Six Regional NCMPR Awards for Communications
4 -Edition 385 On Saturday, October 13th, 2018, the Kathryn Krickstein Pressel MammoVan is coming to the Boca Raton Airport. Presented by the Boca Raton Regional Hospital and hosted by the Boca Raton Airport Authority (BRAA), the MammoVan will be performing mam mograms from 8:00AM to 2:00PM at the Customs and Border Protection Facility, which is located at 3694 Airport Road, Boca Raton, FL. The MammoVan utilizes the most state-of-the-art mammography unit on the market the Senographe Pristina 3D Mammography System. The 3D Pris tina provides exceptional imaging quality while creating the most comfortable mammography experience possible. By combining a curved, warmer, more comfortable detector with easy to reach armrests and a faster, quieter scanning process, users no longer have to deal with the discomforts often associ ated with mammograms. This is the only mobile 3D Pristina system in Florida, providing a special opportunity for those who schedule an appointment during the MammoVans visit to the Boca Raton Airport. survival rate if breast cancer is discovered early, said BRAA Executive Director Clara Bennett. Its critical for every appropriate age woman to get a mammo gram. With the convenience of the Mam moVan and the comfort of the newest technology, theres less and less excuses not to get checked out. Mammograms are 100% covered assistance available for those in need. Individuals who have had a mammogram elsewhere in the past are will need to bring their previous images (CD) with reports to their appointment. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, said Bennett. Theres no better time to make an ap pointment to get screened. Schedule a mammogram today nancial assistance, contact Troy Bingham Now in its 70th year of service to the Boca Raton community, the Boca Raton Airport is continuing its efforts to improve the health and well-being of ev eryone who calls this beautiful city home. The Airport is proud to partner with the Kathryn Krickstein Pressel Mammovan and the Boca Raton Regional Hospital and looks forward to giving continued support to better the community and empower its residents. Educate Tomorrow at FAU Holds Inaugural Celebration Event
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6 -Edition 385 The Boca Raton Tribune DOUGLAS HEIZER, Publisher The Boca Raton Tribune EDITORIALS & LETTERS East/West Boca Raton, FL MICHAEL DEMYAN CHARLOTTE BEASLEY Business DOUGLAS HEIZER DINI HEIZER Our Writers/Reporters and Columnists Editorial C. RON ALLEN PEDRO HEIZER MICHAEL DEMYAN Online Edition PEDRO HEIZER JOSHUA CARLSON SYNESIO LYRA SAMANTHA THOMPSON BRYANNA BASILLO 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 Random Thoughts Just few weeks ago, I encour aged you to support the West Boca High School Chorus effort to raise $8,000 for their music program. You responded and within hours of my appeal, they exceed their target by more than $1,000. Thank you. Thats the Boca Raton spir it. We can always rely on you to support our youth, especially in times of need. A Star Among us Speaking of supporting our youth, kudos to Jamael Stewart, a for mer Omni Middle and Olympic Heights High graduate who was recently at Bet hune Cookman Universitys homecom ing honored as a rising star under 40. Stewart, who grew up in the public housing complex in Delray Beach, used a football scholarship as his ticket to then Bethune-Cookman College. And been making waves whether in MiamiDade County, the Bahamas or in Delray Beach. Shortly after he returned home, Stewart teamed up with his cousin, T.J. Prep & Sports Inc., which invests in young athletes through academic support, skill-building and mentoring. Jackson, who also played football, is head football coach at Atlantic High School. Prep & Sports Inc. uses trained teachers to help students prepare for the SAT, and assist with reading, and honing math skills, while former and current NFL players prac After nine years of working for prepares middle school students for college, Stewart returned to his roots in 2016 and has been changing lives for the better since. As assistant community improvement director for the city, he has literally been doing that improv ing his community. He has used his story to inspire count less young people. I am proud and pleased to share that both Stewart and Jackson are alums of KOP Mentoring Network. New Boss in Chargge Welcome to longtime health care executive Maggie Gill, who recently Delray Medical Center. Gill comes from Novant Health UVA Health System, which runs three hospi tals in Virginia. She was named CEO in July 2017. Before that, she was presi dent and CEO of Memorial Health in Savannah, Georgia, where she served as president and CEO since 2011. She initially joined Memorial in 2004 as vice and became the hospitals chief Gill will also be CEO of Tenets Palm tals including Good Samaritan Medical Center, West Boca Medical Center, St. Marys Medical Center and Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center. She replaced Mark Bryan, who had been CEO of Delray Medical Center for about eight years. Eric Evans, Tenet Healthcares presi dent of hospital operations, said it best that Gill is well positioned to help the hospital continue to grow and build the wide-range of lifesaving, awardwinning programs they offer including comprehensive stroke care. C. Ron Allen can be reached at crallen@ DelrayBeachtribune.com or 561-665-0151. Connecting With Other People There are some people we meet who, after several encounters, we still feel we dont know them, or at least we 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 our selves can, sometimes, be slow in our own grasp of what theyve revealed about themselves to us. Words and gestures can be very deceiving, even when these have never intended so to be! There are others, however, that hon estly portray their true selves from the meet somebody new. They offer a key to their heart from the outset, apart from any potential romantic interest. Moreover, they dont leave any doubt about the genuine sincerity of their words, deeds, and intents. Their posi tive posture is fully genuine! Most often, the problem is more in the reluctance of someone in fear lessly accepting the other, taking that person at his/her word, more easily 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 adver tise themselves in such way that oth ers can rather easily dismiss any desire of developing a long-term, friendly relationship. Theres something real that, in spite of cordiality, wont suc ceed 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. tions 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!
Edition 385 7 COLUMNISTS The Boca Raton Tribune BOCA SOCIETY HAPPENINGS By Charlotte Beasley I celebrated my birthday with over 30 friends and my darling Daughter, Melanie and son in to support Lynn Cancer Institute, in memory of my husband, Bob Beasley. Friends came from as far as Pittsburgh and Boone, No. Carolina to help me celebrate my special day. We to try to sell at another event. A big thank you to all that helped me put this fabulous event together and to Arnie Steinbeg, Jackie Nicholson, Carol Porter, Melanie, and Michael Conley and Avner Eli and all my fabulous Boca friends for helping to make the evening so special. Great Gatsby Birthday Fundraiser at Boca Resto FAITH By Robert J. Tamasy Often people in business deal with a temptation to do the bare mini mum, to satisfy the requirements but not go the extra mile in serving the customer, the supplier, or even the em ployee. Such thinking, however, can be very short-sighted. Not to mention selfcentered, rather than others-centered. Contrary to this type of ap proach to business, I have been delighted to work with a number of companies whose expressed desire and goal is to ex ceed expectations. They want to be cer tain to do more than they had contracted to do. They want each customers experi ence to be so memorable that they will be eager to do business with them again. Not only that, but to provide services in recommendations and referrals would be virtually guaranteed. Recently my wife and I took part in an 11-day group tour to many parts of Italy. It was truly one of those exceeded our expectations experiences. It wasnt perfect; some of the hotels we stayed in were better than others. But our guide for the entire tour was exceptional; the mo torcoach in which we rode was new and and each of the stops on our tour had been carefully chosen to provide a broad cross-section of Italian life and culture. I do not know if the tour agency had this in mind, but a commitment to exceeding the expectations of whomever we happen to be serving customer, sup admonition that we should, in every thing, therefore, treat people the same way you want them to treat you(Matthew 7:12). Not long ago several friends were talking about their differing experi ences at local restaurants. For one, when the meal order was clearly inaccurate, the worker simply responded, Well, I dont know what you expect me to do about that. Wow! Would that motivate you to return to that restaurant? Another friend had a very different experience, however. He and his wife had eaten at another restaurant several times, enough for a particular server to recog nize them and remember their dining preferences. This type of service, which made them loyal and frequent custom ers ones that reward their good service with generous tips. In doing business with others, it is easy to become memorable: memorably good, or memorably bad. If we want to develop lasting relationships, memorably good is always the better option, dont you think? Several places in the Scrip tures, including Romans 13:8, Galatians tion that we are to love your neighbor as yourself.It is doubtful that we could conceive of a greater core value than that. As is staying in business and growing the business. Mastering our craft is essential. But if we are loving our neighbor as ourselves our customers, suppliers, and those who work for us or with us follow. If my wife and I ever decide to take tour another country, you can bet we will be quick to consider the company that unpretentiously succeeded in exceed ing our expectations. And keeping our recent trip in mind is a good reminder for me to strive to exceed the expectations of others. The Virtue of Exceeding Expectations
8 -Edition 385 Boca Raton Tribune Welcomes Jon Carter as Newest Columnist Editors Note: The Boca Raton Tribune is thrilled to announce that Jon Carter will join the staff as a columnist with his Carter Talks column. Below is an introductory message from Carter: My name is Jon Carter and I im migrated from Ontario, Canada in 2009. Moving can be stressful for anyone but moving to a new country as a 13-year-old is a complete culture shock. I didnt know it at the time, but I had moved t the great est city in the world: Boca Raton, Florida. Living in a very small town that had seen all its jobs vanish, offered very few educational opportunities, and had a terrible climate caused people to grow up with a dream of getting out and moving anywhere else. I felt like the luckiest kid on earth playing at massive parks like Sugar Sand or going to pristine public beaches and learning about our unique ecosys tem at Gumbo Limbo. I truly believe that there is no place better to grow up than Boca Raton. Since arriving here, Ive seen Boca Raton go through many changes and it has been excit ing to witness the transition of our beauti ful city. While I was a student at Boca Raton Community High School starting to think about where I would pursue my higher education, I was always warned to avoid FAU (or what we called Find Another University) if I wanted to get a good education and live the college experience. I ended up going to Palm Beach State College to save to do. I had the honor of serving as Palm Beach State Colleges Student Body President for two years and eventually became the youngest appointed to Boca Ratons Community Advisory Panel. As a member of the Panel, I am part of a team of volunteer residents from differ ent backgrounds in our community who come together to host town halls and listen to the input of the residents of Boca Raton to suggest improvements to our City Council. In 2017, I transitioned to Florida Atlantic University, which now one of the top public universities in the state, and later that year was appointed as ViceChairman of the Community Advisory Panel. We are living in a very interesting time in our city. Our universities are growing, businesses are attracted to us, and people are moving here to start their fami lies. Ive had some pretty cool experi ences through out my college years and now as a senior at FAU, I hope this column can provide some insight on politics, college life, and what our amazing city has to offer. This is column is for you, the reader, so if there is ever a topic you would like me to cover, please do not hesitate to ask.
Edition 385 9 OFF TO MARKET 22nd Year for the BOCA RATON GREENMARKET Its time once again to grab your shopping bags and head on over to the Boca Raton GreenMarket held every Saturday, 8am to 1pm, beginning October 27 through May 11, 2019. Now in its 22 nd year of operation, the Market takes place at the south end of Royal Palm Place in the Monument Piazza park ing area located at the intersection of S Federal Highway and SE Mizner Blvd. Plenty of parking is available adjacent to the GreenMarket vendor site. Bocas Green Market has continually been dedicated to local food production and consumption.produce that travels from farm direct or bakery oven to the dining table and through the process supporting the Florida agricultural indus try and the economy of our south Florida area. Each Saturday, fresh locallygrown fruits and vegetables as they be come available in their individual growing seasons along with fresh herbs, soaps & lotions, juices, potted orchids, variety of plants, fresh baked goods, prepared foods, oils & vinegars, gourmet foods, hydroponic and organic doggie treats are available for purchase. Several of the vendors have participated since the Market began in 1996, with a few new vendors joining each year. Com munity service organizations participate from time to time to share information or to promote a special project. The market has blossomed into a Saturday morning community meeting place to have a fresh cup of coffee, a bite to eat, listen to some music, pick up some local produce, plants, grab a gift for someone or restock handmade soaps or candles. Its just a fun place to be on Saturday morning in a relaxed setting, a place for the entire family, including the family pup, to enjoy a few hours in the out-of-doors. Several special activities, promotions and cus tomer giveaways are planned at various times throughout the Market season. Live music takes place on the Piazza Stage on select market days featuring local musicians. Free recycled shopping bags are available while supplies last. The Boca Raton GreenMarket is supported by The Boca Raton Tribune, Florida Health & Chiropractic Medi cine, Aurora Nurses Home Health Care, Inc., Investments Limited, Inc., Palm Beach County, Happy Day Creations, Pre mier Productions LLC, LivingFLA.com, and FRESH from FLORIDA, a promo tional campaign of Floridas Department of Agriculture and Consumer Affairs. For additional information, please call the at email@example.com. OBTUARY The Boca Raton Tribune Craig Rusty Allen was born on March 18, 1947 and passed away on October 11, 2018. He is loved and remembered as a husband, father, grandfather (Papa), brother, uncle, teacher, and friend. Craig led an extraordinary life. As a boy, he showed remarkable talent as a trumpet player, performing professionally with Jazz legends including Marcus Belgrave and Dizzy Gillespie. He retained a life-long love of musical exploration and improvi sation, often explaining, Theres only one time signature, One over One. At the age of twenty he served as a soldier in Vietnam. Craig went to Michigan State University on the GI Bill. There he met and fell in love with Diane Levine. They married af ter only knowing each other a few months and stayed together for nearly 48 years. They shared the deepest love and partner ship, and their children and grandchildren were Craigs pride and joy. Craig earned a Masters Degree in Music Composition. He left an impressive cata log of original music, from full classical symphonies to small chamber and solo pieces to avant-garde Jazz creations, which he called Meditative Etudes. Craig was deeply spiritual and religious in his own unique fashion. He attended seminary and became an ordained Rabbi, returning to the Army as a chaplain, and later serving as a civilian Rabbi to vari ous congregations. He studied the Torah nearly every day of his adult life, and took great joy in the art and discipline of He brew calligraphy. Craig loved to laugh and joke, and could His example taught others about showing respect and dignity to all. He is profoundly missed, and his memory is cherished.
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12 -Edition 385 YMCA of South Palm Beach County Launches Fast-Track Giving Cam paign To Raise $561,000 for the Community of all ages and backgrounds struggling to reach their full potential, the YMCA of South Palm Beach County has kicked off its year-end fast-track Change a Life Giving arships. With YMCA-SPBC Board Member Beth Johnston at the helm serving as the 2018 Giving Campaign Chair, a motivated crew of donors, volunteers, employees, members and corporate and philanthropic partners are committed to surpassing the days. Recognized as a positive force and an impactful community hub for 46 years, countdown to the holiday season to ensure that no family or individual in need of services and programs is turned away. Con tinually taking on the challenges that shape the communitys future, the Y, through its Giving Campaign, provides the same opportunity as all Y members to be healthy and thrive, connect with others and contribute to a better community. From tackling the achievement gap to teach ing healthy habits for a lifetime and giving people the chance to strengthen their community through volunteering, everything the Y does is in service of building a better us, shared 2018 Campaign Chair Johnston who reports that one in four YMCA-SPBC assistance that crosses all ages, race, ethnic ity, social-economic and language barriers. Since we believe everyone has the power to make their lives and community better, the Y opens its doors to allno matter who they are, where they come from or their ability to pay. Because 100 percent of dollars contrib uted to the YMCAs Giving Campaign is restricted solely for scholarships, not fund ing administration or operations budgets, donors will be making an immediate and lasting impact on their neighbors, col leagues, employees. According to Johnston, the energized campaign drivers are teaming up to host fundraising events and launch phone brigades, while individually inviting friends, family and colleagues to experiential IMPACT Day tours and sharing the Y story with their employers. Every day, our community faces new challenges that create a greater need for the work we do, noted Jason Hagensick, president and CEO of the YMCA-SPBC that is comprised of: the Peter Blum Family YMCA of Boca Raton, the Devos-Blum Family YMCA of Boynton Beach, the Schmidt Family YMCA Preschool at the Volen Center and the YMCA@901 NCCI. More and more children face seemingly insurmountable learning gaps and fami together. People are not connected to their neighbors and face-time happens through a phone. And instead of seeing the income gap shrink, it seems all we do is watch it grow. Funds raised through campaign efforts will enable the Y to provide increased access to successful programs that reach more people who need them, with a focus on the most vulnerable communities. These include helping children and teens and leadership skills through innovative and nurturing youth programs and creating communities that support healthy living. This involves addressing childhood obesity and chronic disease from children to seniors and supporting their physical, intellectual and spiritual strength. Scholarships to the Ys transformational programs include Water Safety and Drown ing Prevention programs, Chases Place for special needs individuals, Teen Leadership Programs, Youth Sports and Programs (PreK, Elementary, Middle and High School), Y Bikes, summer camps including specialty camps such as the STEAM Caridad sum mer camp. Other life-changing Y offerings include its newly launched LiveSTRONG, a 12-week exercise program to help cancer survivors regain their strength after cancer treatment, its diabetes six-week self-man agement course and the collaboration it has with the National Parkinsons Foundation of South Palm Beach County to offer Surf & Turf, a program focused on delaying the onset of symptoms of the disease. As 2018 comes to a close, Johnston reports that the Ys dedicated campaign ers are reaching out to everyone they know asking for the Ys Giving Campaign to be included on their personal and corporate holiday lists. Even a small amount can go a long way for a family or individual. Last year, the South Palm Beach Countys vide programs such as sports, after-school and preschool to those in need. Through this years campaign, the Y hopes to impact the lives of even more children, adults and seniors through membership and programs. To learn more about how you can sup port the Y and its 2018 Giving Campaign, please contact Kimberley Trombly-Bur meister at email@example.com or visit www.ymcaspbc.org/give for more information.
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14 -Edition 385 SPORTS The Boca Raton Tribune Palm Beach Atlantic volleyball got a tripledouble from senior Molly Burkhardt on Saturday afternoon and won a wild four-set match against Embry-Riddle inside Rubin tive matches and are now 19-3 overall and 11-3 in Sunshine State Conference play. The Eagles drop to 13-8 on the season and 7-7 in league play. set after back-to-back kills from freshman Amber Rowoldt. Embry-Riddle then went on a run and took advantage of a couple in September by Embry-Riddle, and were trailing early in the second set on Saturday, down 7-4. PBA then went on a 10-1 run to open a commanding lead in the set. Senior Ally Rohn had three service aces in four points to help the Fish open up the 14-8 second set, as Sophia Rasmussen had seven block assists and Sophie Hoekstra had six in the frame. The Fish kept up their good play The Fish opened up the third set with a 7-1 run, as four different PBA players picked up kills in the run. Burkhardt had back-to-back aces shortly after to open up an 11-3 lead for play and a Jennie Anderson kill closed out led 23-22 late in the set looking to put away a second time this season with ERAU. A Hoekstra kill and another Rohn service ace Burkhardt had a monster match for the season. Rohn and libero Lilly Turner both with 19 assists and 16 digs while adding six service aces and Turner had 10 assists and 16 digs. Raegan Grooms had another solid match kills and just one error while adding nine of the season, had six kills and 10 blocks. blocks on the afternoon. weekend in Orlando, Fla. as they will play three matches against Gulf South Confer ence opponents at the SSC/GSC Crossover Tournament. Palm Beach Atlantics Rivadeneira Named SSC Player of the Week Palm Beach Atlantic (PBA) mens soccers Claudio Rivadeneira was named the Sun shine State Conference Offensive Player of the Week on Monday. The junior forward scored twice, including the gamewinning goal against Eckerd on Saturday. with 21 points and a 7-1 record in league play with two matches remaining. PBA is 13-1 overall. Saturday. Eckerd scored for the second time just a few moments into the sec ond half. In the 64th minute Rivadeneira received a long diagonal pass up the left forth, between defenders before unload ing a shot that beat the Eckerd keeper. After Jack Burrows tied the match at 2-2, Rivadeneira struck again in the 76th minute. Rafael Souza played a ball to the lift the Fish to the victory on the road. Rivadeneira leads PBA and is tied for sixth in the Sunshine State Conference in both goals (7) and points (19). He also had a two-goal game against Newberry and has three game-winners this season. Burkhardts Triple-Double Leads No. 18 Sailsh to 3-1 Win over Embry-Riddle
Edition 385 15 Due to High Demand, Boca Raton FC Announces November Open Tryout As a result of a very positive Open Tryout on September 22, Boca Raton Football Club is delighted to announce they have added an Open Tryout date in November. With the club continuing to build its team for the 2018 and 2019 season, Boca Raton FC will be looking for players age 18 and NPSL squad for the 2018 Fall Season, and the 2019 APSL, and NPSL season. The open tryouts will be held at Cy press Park (1301 Coral Springs Dr, Coral Springs, FL 33071) on November 3, checkin will be at 8:30 a.m. Boca Raton FCs head coach, Jim Rooney, as well as his staff of coaches, will be on hand to look at each player and run the tryout. We had a fantastic turnout in our Sep tember Open Tryout, but unfortunately Im sure we missed some players who may have been unable to attend, said Rooney. We had a talented group last season but as we continue our preparations for the 2019 season, maybe there are players who slipped through the cracks that the club has not yet seen that could be useful in not only our APSL team but also our NPSL club. The tryout date at Cypress Park (1301 Cor al Springs Dr, Coral Springs, FL 33071), is November 3 at 9:00 am, with check-in at 8:30 a.m. Players who try out for Boca Raton FC have the opportunity to play in four differ ent leagues, play in high-caliber competi tions, as well as friendlies such as the ones the club has played in the past versus the New York Cosmos, FC Shakhtar Donetsk, Jamaican National Team, and So Paulo. Players who play in the NPSL team will also have the opportunity to play in the NPSL Showcase in 2019 where hundreds of European and MLS scouts come out to see the best NPSL has to offer. If selected as a member of Boca Raton FC, players will have photos, and videos of their games which will help boost their resume, as well as have access to FTX Per formance, a Boca Raton FC partner. Furthermore, Fall Season players are the season. During the summer season, Boca Raton FC gives 23 full scholarships to the best players, evaluated by the coaches. Male hopefuls, aged 18 and over, interested in attending the Open Tryout must preregister and can do so by heading over to http://bit.ly/2zZWj6S. The registration fee to participate in the tryout will be $100 per player and must be made online during the registration process. Spaces at the open tryouts will be limited and by pre-registration only.
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