for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR. Nearly 400,000 readers! The Boca Raton Tribune Back to School Jam will rock Wayne Barton Study Center Saturday FREE See page 3 Doug Mummaw new president of Rotary Club of Boca Raton arrests suspect for vandalizing church Community News See page 11 See page 11 See page 11 School Board ap proves tentative Sept. 14 Back to School jam will rock Wayne Barton Study Center Municipal News Aaronson praises county for transpar ency efforts, receipt of Sunny Award See page 4 School Bash draws 700 for fun and games See page 5 Business New, free Lynn phone app avail able on the Android Market See page 21 See page 3 Send us your pictures of you reading a copy of The Boca Raton Tribune for you to be featured in a upcoming edition of the newspaper! Sam Victor employee at the YMCA reading the Boca Raton Tribune. See page 3 See page 24 Dr. S. Benjamin Roldan D.M.D. M.S. P.A. and Associates Morikami gets $95,000 to expand Stroll-for-Well-Be ing program
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A) Bob Dylan B) Allen Ginsberg C) BB King D) Luciano Pavarotti Marcos Gemal Briefs Page 02 Community News Page 03 Municipal News Page 11 Section B Page 15 Business Page 20 Columnists Page 22 Games Page 26 Pet Society Page 27 Sports Page 28 Boca Raton Police Blotter Q: Can I use text messaging to provide tips to the Boca Raton Police Department? A: Yes. You can text an anonymous nonemergency tip to the Boca Raton Police by typ ing BRPD and the tip in the message section and send it to 274637 (CRIMES). Crime and safety questions are answered by of ficers from the Crime Prevention Unit. For more information, visit www.BocaPolice.com. BURGLARY/ THEFT FROM AUTO 08/03/2011 21:05 3100 AIRPORT ROAD Victim advised sometime between 2000 and 2105 hours, unknown suspect(s) smashed the front driver side window on her 2006 silver Honda four door while it was parked at 3100 Airport Road (Boomers). Her purse was stolen. BICYCLE THEFT 08/03/2011 14:43 1001 SOUTH FEDERAL HIGHWAY Ryan Kelly reports his blue and white Schwinn Leg acy bicycle valued at $100 was stolen from in front of Publix at 1001 S Federal Highway. The bike was locked at the bike rack. FRAUD 08/03/2011 0:00 3200 NORTH FEDERAL HIGHWAY Complainant reported she paid for a loan modification. The company kept her money and stopped returning her calls. VANDALISM TO VEHICLE 08/03/2011 14:59 320 PLAZA REAL Man said that between 1415-1445 hrs. on 08-03-11 someone smashed the right rear window to his 1998, Comcast, Ford Econoline 250 work van. Wesly stated he parked his van on the east side of Starbucks at 320 Plaza Real. When Larose returned to his van he ob served that the window had been smashed by an un known object. Wesly did an inventory of the contents and determined that nothing had been stolen. DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED 08/04/2011 1800 W PALMETTO PARK ROAD Joshua Piazza, 29, was placed under arrest for DUI subsequent to a traffic stop. Breath test refused. Subject taken to county jail. Previous answer: U2 wanted Dylan to sing for them. BOCA RATON Boca Festival Days sponsored by the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce contin ue with the following events: August 13th 9 a.m. 3 p.m. Back to School Bash Presented by Spirit of Giving Network and Chim Francisco of Juice Plus... Be a personal shopper to assist children in selecting their own grade-level backpack and supplies, receive a free haircut, access medical resources, enjoy healthy refreshments and more! Where: Naoma Donnelly Haggin Delray Beach Boys & Girls Club (1451 SW 7th Street, Delray Beach) For details: Contact Karen Krumholtz at (561) 3850144 or firstname.lastname@example.org August 13th 2 p.m. 3:30 p.m. The Boca Raton Historical Society & Museum will conduct guided tours of the historic Boca Raton Resort & Club. The tour begins at 2 p.m. on the 2nd and 4th Saturday in August (13th and 27th). Entry: $15 per person, $10 per person for BRHS mem bers, plus a $10 BRR&C valet parking fee. For details: Contact Boca Raton Historical Society & Museum at (561) 395-6766 ext. 101. August 13th 6 p.m. 9 p.m. All Aboard to Wine Country Safari Presented by Twin Palms for the Disabled and Glick Family Funeral Home Where: Boca Raton Museum Art School (801 W. Pal metto Park Road, Boca Raton For details: Judith Hinsch at 561-859-1883 or e-mail email@example.com. August 17th 6 p.m. 8 p.m. Party to the Max! With Max's Grille & Hospice by the Sea Where: Max's Grille, 404 Plaza Real, Boca Raton. Entry: $25 per person entitles you to two free drinks and hors d'oeuvres courtesy of Max's Grille. All proceeds benefit Hospice by the Sea's programs and services. For details: Contact Betty Pepper at (561) 416-5007, or firstname.lastname@example.org Where: Bogart's Bar & Grille (3200 Airport Rd, Boca Raton. For details: (561) 544-3044 Boca Festival Days continue
3 August 11 through August 17, 2011 Edition 60 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Community News The Boca Raton Tribune DELRAY BEACH The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens has received a $95,000 grant from Astellas USA Foun dation to support the ex pansion of its Stroll for Well-Being program of therapeutic garden walk ing to nonprofit counsel ing, support and therapy groups serving those who Morikami gets $95,000 to expand Stroll-for-Well-Being program are experiencing emotion al health issues. Stroll for Well-Being is designed to provide a peaceful experience in a nurturing environment that promotes serenity and resilience in the face of ad versity. The program is in tended to serve individuals who are dealing with per sonal stress-management issues, despondency, or emotional exhaustion. Research, including a study conducted at the Morikami, has shown that the simple act of walking in a natural environment or garden setting has posi tive effects on mood and outlook in individuals. Based on such research, Stroll for Well-Being uses BOCA RATON Palm Beach County schools will reopen their doors Aug. 22 as tens of thousands of students return to classes or begin them for the first time. The kids will need a lot of supplies for the coming year, everything from pens to backpacks. Stores and malls are sure to be crowded this weekend. And on Satur day, many thousands of boys and girls, along with their families, will crowd the Wayne Barton Study Center for its annual Back to School jam. The Boca West Foun dation which signed on early this year as mentors to the Barton Study Cen ter kids and donated mon ey to upgrade computers Back to School jam will rock Wayne Barton Study Center Saturday will be helping thou sands of children in need to prepare for school. Also on hand will be members of the West Boca Rotary Club. Study Center Founder and CEO Wayne Bar ton told the Boca Raton Tribune that some 8,000 people showed up at last years jam. This year, it runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 13, and he said he hopes for even more. The Back to School Jam, he said, ensures that all children are af forded an opportunity to have backpacks, school supplies, health exams to include physicals, immuni zations and eye exams, and vital information provided by various organizations within the community. We worry about what a child will become tomor row, yet we forget that he is someone today, said Barton. Many children begin the first day of school without the basic necessities to have a suc cessful academic year due to the familys inability to provide the resources that are required by many school districts. In es sence they are behind be fore school begins. Every child who at tends Saturdays event will receive a grade ap propriate backpack filled with the required school supplies. Kids will be able to get haircuts and hairstyles and sports physicals. The Boca Ra ton Lions Club will be providing eye exams and certificates to get glasses at Lens Crafters. A dental hygienist will also be on hand to provide the youngsters with free dental care, tooth brushes and information about how to care for their teeth. Food, music and are also on tap. Clothing, fruit and vegetables will be available to bring home. Barton is on a mission to improve the academic achievement for students by developing and implement ing educational programs at his Study Center. He wants to make sure that no child is without the proper tools needed to succeed, not only in the classroom but in their everyday lives. High school gradua tion is the expectation of the Study Center; a college education is the goal. The Back to School Jam will be held at the Wayne Barton Study Center at the Count and Countess de Hoernle Building on the John & Peggy Henry Cam pus, 269 NE 14th St., Boca Raton. Phone: 5616206203 fax: 561-620-6205 or log on to www.Bartons Boosters.org a guidebook/journal fea turing several themed walks that identify points throughout the Morikami garden at which to pause, reflect, and experience a sense of ease. The guidebook/journal was developed by research ers at the Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing at Florida Atlantic Uni versity as part of a study they conducted at Morika mi in 2005 and 2006. The study, which looked at the effects of garden visita tion on mild depression in the elderly, was funded by the Institute for Museum and Library Services, an agency of the federal gov ernment. Since the conclusion of the study, the Morikami Museum has offered Stroll for Well-Being to the gen eral public for the cost of a years membership to the museum and the price of the guidebook/journal. The grant from Astel las USA Foundation will allow the museum to ex pand the program to eli gible counseling and sup port groups by funding the costs of the membership and the guidebook/journal for participants. Interested leaders, counselors, or facilitators of counseling and sup port groups should call the Morikami Museum at 561495-0233, extension 235, for more information or to find out how to register for the program.
4 August 11 through August 17, 2011 Edition 60 Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL When Doug Mum maw was a senior at Boca Raton High School, he re ceived one of four $1,000 scholarships awarded in 1983 by the Rotary Club of Boca Raton. That scholarship en abled him to go to college to receive an education and become an architect. Now Mummaw is an ar chitect in Boca Raton. After becoming es tablished in his profes sion, Mummaw was ap proached by a friend to join the Rotary Club of Boca Raton. That was six years ago and now he is the incoming president of the club, an organiza tion with just under 100 members. His term offi cially began on July 1 and will last one year. "The vision I have is to discover and rediscover opportunities for service. There are opportunities all around us to serve our neighbors. We need to think about things that have been overlooked." Mummaw said it is im portant for Rotary Club members to look for op portunities to help other people in life. "I am recep tive to opportunities to helping others. This may mean giving someone five dollars to get some food or helping someone out. I want to help make a positive change in the lives of other people," he said. "Our own futures are built as a result of this service." The primary goal of the Rotary Club of Boca Raton is "Changing Lives and Building Futures. Doug Mummaw new president of Rotary Club of Boca Raton "This mission is the mo tivating force behind all our service endeavors," saidMummaw. There are three major projects that the Rotary Club of Boca Raton orga nizes throughout the year. The Outstanding People And Leaders (OPAL) recognizes outstanding people and leaders in the community. People from five sectors of the com munity are honored. They include Health care and Medicine, Edu cation, Community Ser vice, Private Business and Government. These indi viduals are honored at a special black tie event. There is a Future Stars Performing Arts Competition that involves middle and high school students. These students offer singing and dancing performances during a special spring show. "We have hundreds of kids try out for 32 positions," said Mummaw The Rotary Club of Boca Raton offers a schol arship program. Mem bers of the Club often mentor students during the year. Those students who perform well may receive a college scholar ship. "This past year we raised enough money to help 13 students go to college," said Mummaw. Two-car crash kills one driver in Boca Raton, says PBSO BOCA RATON One driver was killed in a twocar collision about 7 p.m. Aug. 8 at Lyons Road and SW 14th Street in Boca Raton, said a report from the Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office. PBSO said Antoine Jas min, 51, of 8995 SW 9th St., Boca Raton, was trans ported to Delray Medical Center where he died as a result of his injuries. The other driver was identified as Gladys Francois, 57, of Coconut Creek. The report said Jas mins car was traveling westbound on SW 14th Street approaching Lyons Road. The Francois car was traveling northbound in the inside lane of Ly ons Road approaching SW 14th Street. The vehicles collided at the intersection. The PBSO report said speed, drugs and alcohol were not factors in the crash. BOCA RATON The Boca Police Tactical Team arrested two suspects on auto burglary charges about 5:45 p.m. Aug. 2. Officers were watching the parking lot of Fitness for Women, 7561 North Federal Highway, due to recent automobile bur glaries at fitness centers in the city, the police report said. While watching the parking lot, the officers saw a black Chrysler Se bring back into a parking space near a Chevrolet Suburban. The driver of the Chrysler, later identified by police as Elizabeth Thompson, 22, of Pom pano Beach, got out and looked into the Suburban. Thompson repeated this action three more times, looking into different ve hicles before leaving the parking lot. Officers fol lowed Thompson and when she committed sev eral traffic violations, they pulled her over. Officers met with Thompson and her pas senger, Randall Brooks, 29, of Lauderhill, whose seat was reclined all the way back, obscuring him Boca Police Tactical Team arrests alleged auto burglars from view. Police said they smelled a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. Thompson told officers her drivers license was suspended. When officers told Thompson they had been watching her in the park ing lot, she told them that starting at 9 a.m. in Miami, they had been committing automobile burglaries and some of the property was hidden in the roof lining of the car. According to police, Thompson said they com mitted several burglar ies at LA Fitness just off Yamato and Congress in Boca Raton. Thompson said she drove the vehicle and Brooks broke the windows of the victims cars using a screwdriver, which was in the glove box. Thomp son also told officers that Brooks had cut himself on the window of one of the cars at LA Fitness. Thompson said they committed between five and 10 burglaries. Brooks refused to speak with officers, but they saw cuts on his fore arm and glass on the floor of the car where he was sitting. Officers recovered property from several different burglaries. Offi cers arrested and charged Thompson with burglary to an automobile, loitering and prowling, and several traffic infractions. Brooks is charged with burglary to an automobile, posses sion of burglary tools and loitering and prowling. Randall Brooks Elizabeth Thompson
5 August 11 through August 17, 2011 Edition 60 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Speak Out.... Question of the week: The Powerball is around $220 MIL, what would you do with all that money? Johnny Berti: I would save it up and pay my credit card bills. Florence Flossy Keesely: I would use it to feed the hungry. Kyle Prott: I would pay for gas. Rosemary Krieger: My heart is into charities. I denitely would give the money to charity. They are deep in my heart. Barry Epstein: Pay my bills!! Candi Boone: Pay off my house, set up my family for life and save the rest. BOCA RATON -The YMCA of South Palm Beach Countys Backto-School Bash was held July 30 at the Boca Raton location. The family-friendly event drew more than 700 guests who enjoyed fun activities and games for all ages and food from several gourmet food trucks courtesy of Gourmet Truck Expo. In addition, attendees had the opportunity to receive $50 off joining fees and 10 percent off all monthly fall program packages at the Y. Events took place at the DeVos-Blum Fam ily YMCA of Boynton Beach and the Peter Blum Family YMCA of Boca Raton. YMCAs Back-toSchool Bash draws 700 for fun and games Gourmet Food Truck attracts a crowd at the YMCA Back to School Bash. Kids take part in athletic activities at the YMCA Back to School Bash.
6 August 11 through August 17, 2011 Edition 60 Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. lication. P.O. Box 970593 Boca Raton, FL 33497 used as letters to the editor. Letter Guidelines By Dale King Letters to the Editor I hate to admit it, but this one caught me to tally by surprise. I was thumbing through the movie ads this past weekend when I noted several mentions of Planet of the Apes. Had I just gone through a time warp? Didnt I see this movie back in 1968 the one that allowed Charlton Heston to run around in a loincloth, his hairy, sweaty body visible to all? It also cloaked fa mous stars like Roddy McDowell, Kim Hunter and Maurice Evans in suits of simian ilk No, I have since dis covered. This one is actually a 2011 edition, ironically a prequel to the first Planet in carnation from the late 1960s. It did pretty well at the box office, outdis tancing every other film on the silver screen. (Second biggest sell er was The Smurfs, which gives you some idea of the likes and dislikes of your average movie goer. The original Plan et spawned a series of sequels as well as a TV show from 1974 which, as I recall, didnt last long. I figured the Planet of the Apes franchise had worn out its welcome in a hurry. So I checked back on the computer, and, yes, friends, there were a bunch of Planet of the Apes films Beneath the Planet of the Apes, Escape from Con quest of and Battle for. Heres another one that got by me. It seems that in 2001, a newer version of Planet of the Apes was filmed, with Mark Wahlberg in the lead role. I havent seen Rise of the Planet of the Apes, and I know my wife wouldnt like it she is not a science fic tion buff. So I may have to con tent myself with past Planet films. But I have to say one thing about the 1968 version. That film, along with Stan ley Kubricks set new standards for the quality of science fiction technology. And I remember the ending of the original Planet of the Apes. It is not violent, but it is very, very telling and frightening. Whats happening in the world right now is not a far cry from what is referenced in the films conclusion. Im told that the new Planet film has a lot of violence and explo sions. The 1968 Planet offered its own form of violence, of apes beating on humans the way we beat on circus animals or some of our own pets. (Certainly that was part of the films undercur rent, not to mention the obvious racial tones.) In a way, I had for gotten all about Planet of the Apes. And so, apparently, had Holly wood. The movie city has long suffered from sequel-itis, one that has concentrated on com ic books (Spiderman, Transformers, X-men, Superman, Batman); on heroic archaeologists (Indiana Jones) and sci ence fiction (Star Trek, Star Wars). Rise of the Planet of the Apes has got a long, hard road ahead if it is to match the original entry in terms of becoming a genuine pop culture phe nomenon. Success greet ed Planet of the Apes and so a sequel was com missioned. The sequel was successful enough to carry the series forward to the point in Earths past where it is revealed just exactly how the apes were able to carry out their conquest of civiliza tion. I was disappointed to learn that in Rise of the Planet of the Apes, the ape makeup is computergenerated. All the other films used real makeup and costumes. But Im sure Rise of the Planet of the Apes will generate its own following and kick-start the old franchise. Alert Hasbro and Mattel to crank up the toy-making machines. Dont monkey with the Planet of the Apes saga Publisher C.E.O C.O.O. C.M.0 EDITORIALS/LETTERS East/West Boca Raton, FL The Boca Raton Tribune Founded January 15, 2010 Managing Editor Associate Editor To the Editor: Thank you for publishing articles about the re ception for the inaugural class of students in the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine. Regards, Gisele Galoustian Director, Communications and Community Rela tions Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine To the Editor: The Boca Bacchanal will celebrate its 10th anni versary in 2012. Thank you for informing the com munity in the recent article you ran in the Tribune. Carla Marsh To the Editor Thanks for taking the time to visit us at the Boca Raton Childrens Museum and photograph the pre sentation by students who made masks during sum mer camp. Sandy Manning.
7 August 11 through August 17, 2011 Edition 60 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. EDITORIALS & LETTERS East/West Boca Raton, FL By Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr. By Douglas Heizer Silver Linings for Your Dark Cloud During the 1950s I was a graduate student in Philadelphia, Penn sylvania. It was a time of great learning, and unforgettable growth experiences. Since then I have developed the habit of jotting down good thoughts I encounter in my readings, or hear in lectures and other talks, not to mention the ideas which percolate in my own mind, which I cap ture in writing to expand later. One significant re minder that I copied then, and still have, is the wise affirmation that no branch escapes the prun ing knife; no jewel the wheel; no child the rod; and no human vessel the thorn. It is the final ele ment that motivates me in the affirmations that follow. Indeed, human suffer ing has affected everyone of the countless genera tions since creation. Not only is the human race affected, but the cosmic consequences of evil in the world are most real and present in the entire universe. Yet, amidst all suffer ing, one may still find a measure of peace and reassurance in spite of troubles, while theyre occurring. Through a right perspective and un ceasing personal hope, hardships can be endured with courage by those engaged in the daily, hu man trajectory through life! Sometimes people are too distracted by the good things of life that they are forced to face difficult moments as a reality check, and a means of learning need ed, essential lessons. Life teaches all humans both in joy and in sorrow. All lessons, if ad equately learned, are tools for better living, as years unfold. Often, the greatest and most po tent teachings are those learned in pain, or in dark valleys. Yet, any lesson shall be fully valid only if and when applied to daily experience, regardless of circumstances! Rabbi David J. Wolpe offered good perspec tive on this issue when he pondered: We suffer the peculiar blindness of those who see only the visible. Everyone needs to be more atten tive to lifes signposts, each pointing to the way one needs to follow to overcome the inevitable blows which life continu ously hurls indiscrimi nately at every member of the human race! Sports have also been a big part of the Boca Ra ton Tribunes coverage. The paper is already getting ready to kick off new and expanded cov erage, particularly as the college and high school football seasons begin. You can find expand ed football news in to days paper, and more is planned next week, with emphasis on all the local high school teams as well as Florida Atlantic Uni versity. Actually, the biggest sports event in the Boca Raton area this coming season isnt a game its the opening of the new FAU on-campus stadium. Since the FAU Fight ing Owls football team started playing in1999, they have not had a stadi um of their own. Instead, they had to play down in Miami or Fort Lauder dale. Nothing unites a uni versity community like a winning football team, and soon the two-time bowl champions will have a stadium to call their own. It will be a versa tile facility that will host a wide variety of events each year, from games to commencement ceremo nies to Homecoming con certs. The grand open ing is scheduled for Oct. 15, when the Owls host Western Kentucky. But the high schools Tribune is preparing to kick o intense sports coverage will also be well worth watching and the Tri bune next week will pub lish schedules, games to keep your eye on, players to watch and other details about the upcoming sea son. The Tribune will not focus only on football. Weve struck a deal with the MagicJacks, the wom ens professional soc cer team, to cover their games (home contests are played at the FAU soccer field). And we will con tinue to cover the Strikers mens soccer team, which plays in Fort Lauderdale. We will actually be of fering double coverage with stories in the paper and game accounts on line similar to last year, but much more extensive. So, remember, if youre looking to follow local sports, look to the Boca Raton Tribune. Bartons in a Jam Wayne Barton is in a jam. But its a good one. The founder and CEO of the Wayne Barton Study Center here in Boca will be holding his annual Back to School Jam Saturday, Aug. 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wayne told us he ex pects at least as many young people and families as last year about 8,000. Barton is intent on properly equipping all students in need. The kids can go from table to table requesting items they need, and then they can pick it all up when they get to the end of the row. Youngsters who need haircuts, eye exams and dental screenings canalso be taken care of. In the end, kids will leave with a backpack full of essential supplies toget them through the school year that begins Aug. 22. This is a great annual event, and we commend Wayne for doing it. Also helping out this year will be the West Boca Rotary Club, the Boca West Foundation and the Boca Raton Lions Club. Sales tax holiday If you do plan to do some back to school shop ping, this weekend is a very good time to do it. The states three day sales tax waiver will be in effect. The so-called Sales Tax Holiday begins at 12:01 a.m., Friday, August 12, ands end at midnight Sunday, August 14. During this period, no sales tax will be collected on sales of clothing, foot wear, and certain acces sories selling for $75 or less, or on certain school supplies selling for $15 or less. Find out more by do ing a Google search for Florida sales tax holiday.
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10 August 11 through August 17, 2011 Edition 60 Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL SUMMER SPECIALS 1/2 PRICE MONDAYS Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner (not to be combined with any other promotion) HAPPY HOUR ALL DAY EVERYDAY 2 for 1 CHILDREN EAT FREE* ALL DAY EVERYDAY from the Childrens Menu NEW SUMMER DINNER SPECIALS Monday All You Can Eat Black Angus Beef Sliders and Fries 12.95 Tuesday 1 Steamed Lobster with Boiled Potatoes & Corn on the Cob 16.95 Wednesday Roast Turkey with all the Fixin's 12.95 Thursday Meatloaf with Mashed Potatoes, Tobacco Onions and Gravy 12.95 Friday All You Can Eat Fish Tacos, Black Beans & Rice 12.95 Saturday BBQ Baby Back Ribs Garlic Fries and Cole Slaw 12.95 Sunday Prime Rib Baked Potato, Vegetables 12.95 DELRAY BEACH The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens will celebrate the 34th annual Bon Festival Sat urday, Aug. 13 from 4 to 9 p.m. Inspired by Japans three-day Obon holiday honoring the spirits, the Morikamis larg est event, Bon Festival, packs all of the celebra tions excitement into one breathtaking eve ning. The festival fol lows the holidays tra dition of remembering ancestors and thanking them for our quality of life. Each year thou sands of guests travel to the Morikami for the awe-inspiring Bon Fes tival which embraces the celebration and ap preciation of those who passed. Bon Festival fea Morikami prepares for 34th annual Bon Festival tures rousing taiko drum performances by Fushu Daiko, childrens activities, traditional Japanese folk dancing, American & Japanese cuisine, and the Kirin Beer Garden. When night falls, patrons pay homage to those who have passed on by floating individu ally decorated candlelit lanterns on Morikami Pond, a traditional Jap anese ceremony known as Toro Nagashi. The myriad of lights created by the floating lanterns signifies the guidance of departed souls back to where they came af ter their brief visit. Additionally, in light of the recent tragedy, there will be special remembrance oppor tunities offered by the Morikami to honor and raise funds for those whose lives were im pacted by the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan. The night will end with a The Morikami is lo cated at 4000 Morikami Park Road in Delray Beach. For more infor mation, visit www.mori kami.org or call 561495-0233. Lighted lanterns floating in Lake Morikami. BOCA RATON -Avi Leavitt of Boca Ra ton has returned home from the European Maccabi Games with gold -and memories! Avi represented the USA Maccabi Fencing Team at the European Maccabi Games held in Vienna, Austria in July. Maccabi USA strives to provide Jewish athletes the world over the op portunity to share their heritage and customs in competitive athletic set tings. The US Fencing Team that Avi was a member of took gold in the Epee Competition. He took 6th place in in dividual competition. Avi credits US Team Fencing Coach Bruce Capin, with putting together the champion team and promoting hard work and camara derie. Capin was Avis fencing coach at the University of Florida. I feel incredibly for tunate to have attend ed an excellent school with a strong club fencing program that prepared me to be able to participate in these games. Leavitt is a recent graduate of UF Boca teen athlete returns home a champion from Maccabi Games with a degree in com puter engineering. Upon completion of the games, Avi traveled around Europe enjoy ing the sites of Vienna, Austria; Budapest Hun gry; Paris France, and Rome, Florence, Pietra Santa and Siena in Ita ly. Avi raved about the personal tour of Bu dapest given by Coach Capin, a Hungarian na tive. From the prepa ration, to the compe tition, to the touring, this was a wonderful unique trip; an experi ence of a lifetime, said Leavitt. USA Maccabi Fencing Team in Vienna
11 August 11 through August 17, 2011 Edition 60 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Municipal News The Boca Raton Tribune By Commissioner Burt Aaronson District 5 The countys Public Affairs Department was recently presented with a Sunny Award from Sun shine Review for making government information easily available to citizens who visit the countys web site. The website also re ceived an A+ rating, plac ing Palm Beach County in the top 100 out of more than 6,000 government websites reviewed. The Sunny Awards rec ognize government web sites that exceed standards aimed at encouraging open government. If you have never visited our websit, www.pbcgov.com, I urge you to. There is a tremen dous amount of informa tion about the county. You can view each county de partments information. You can link to numer ous other websites. There is even a section named I Want To in which you can find a county phone num ber, look up property re cords and even get a train schedule. The National Associa tion of Counties (NACO) presented two awards to Palm Beach County dur ing its Annual Conference and Exposition last month. The County received top ranking among all coun ties with populations of 500,000 or more. The rank ing resulted from the annu al Digital Counties Survey. The survey focuses on the results achieved through the use of technology, both Aaronson praises county for transparency eorts, receipt of Sunny Award in terms of operating effi ciencies and realizing stra tegic objectives. County staff has fo cused on building intelli gent, paperless systems to automate and streamline key business processes. We maintain a strong Internet presence by offering nu merous Web-based applica tions for accessing services and transacting business with county departments and agencies such as land development, emergency management, emergency dispatch, law enforcement data sharing, human ser vices and planning zoning & building. In addition, the coun ty was recognized for its success in promoting the concept of an open access public network. We have interlocal agreements with municipalities, the Palm Beach County School District, Florida Atlan tic University, Palm Beach State College, the South Florida Water Manage ment District and many other public sector agencies. NACOs second award to the County is most sig nificant. It is an Achieve ment Award for its sweep ing ethics reform measures. The Palm Beach County Ethics Initiative was rec ognized as an effective and innovative program pro moting transparency in government. As many of you know, a grand jury report was is sued in 2009. As chair of the County Commission, I immediately began a fo cused and comprehensive effort to develop an ethics initiative aimed at restoring public trust. In less than a year, the grand jurys rec ommendations were ap proved and implemented by the County Commis sion. We established an in dependent Commission on Ethics, an independent Of fice of Inspector General and a new county Code of Ethics. In November 2010, 72 percent of the voters ap proved a referendum ex tending oversight to the employees and elected of ficials of each of the coun tys 38 municipalities. I am very pleased that the county has received such recognition. These awards prove that the County Commission and county staff work hard to provide that best service possible to the residents of Palm Beach County. As always, I invite your comments on any issue of interest to you. As your Commissioner, I am here to help you. You may write me at 301 N. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach, 33401 or call my staff at 276-1310 or toll free at 877-930-2205. My email address is: baar email@example.com. Having received tenta tive approval of the Palm Beach County School Districts 2011-2012 budget, officials are now preparing for final bud get approval on Septem ber 14, and then will im mediately begin working to balance the 2012-2013 budget. Board members voted 5-1 July 27 to approve the districts $2.3 billion bud get. The new spending package is some $234 mil lion or approximately 10 percent smaller than the 2010-2011 budget due to reduced state revenues and the end of federal stimulus dollars. County residents would pay 2.6 cents more per $1,000 of taxable property value to fund the schools next year, $8.18 School Board approves tentative budget; nal OK due Sept. 14 per $1,000, as required by the states required lo cal effort. The board can lower the tax rate before its final approval Sept. 14 but it cannot increase it. To balance the budget, the district has been sav ing money and reducing expenses through hiring freezes, eliminating all non-essential spending, using Edu Jobs stimu lus funding and using one time funding such as proceeds from a prop erty sale. Seven hundred twenty-seven positions, some vacant, some filled, were eliminated. Teachers receive a raise$500 each and no employees would be fur loughed next year if the budget receives final ap proval. Schools would add approximately 200 el ementary school teaching positions to meet state mandated class-size lim its. Officials say next years budget will be equally dif ficult to balance because of the continuing soft economy that is result ing in lower property tax and sales tax revenue that fund education and the ab sence of one time funding sources. They foreshadow additional budget cuts next year. BOCA RATON -A suspect who allegedly vandalized Boca Raton Community Church on NW 4th Avenue did not suspect a video camera was watching him while he was committing the crime, according to a po lice report. When the Boca Ra ton police officer arrived shortly before 11 a.m. July 29, a church employee told him that he found a front window shattered and four bollard sidewalk lights knocked over. The church employee gave the Alert ocer IDs and arrests suspect for vandalizing church Jeraad Valkenaar officer a copy of the video from the security cameras that showed the suspect committing the crime. Police said the offi cer viewed the video and saw the suspect throw a sprinkler donut through the window. The officer recognized the person in the video as Jeraad Valke naar, 32, a local resident who has had numerous contacts with officers over the past several years and lives only a quarter mile from the church. The officer arrested Valkenaar Aug. 4 when he saw him walking down the street. The suspect was arrested and charged with vandalism to a church, synagogue, mosque or re ligious art.
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13 August 11 through August 17, 2011 Edition 60 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. MUNICIPAL East/West Boca Raton, FL BOCA RATON A stolen Rolex watch led Boca Raton Police detec tives from Boca Raton to Miami, to eBay, and finally to Peru. Police reports say the case started back in March when the theft victim re ported that he believed his roommate stole two of his Rolex watches valued at $5,000. The roommate, Arthur Braun, 24, was no longer living with the vic tim and his whereabouts were unknown. A search was conducted at pawn shops in Broward, Dade and Palm Beach counties, based upon the serial number provided by the victim and by the name of the suspect, police said. Though no transactions were found, investigators determined the watch had been sold to a man who knew Braun through rehab. The man, who told po lice he thought the watch was a replica, bought it for $200 and had it serviced. When he found out it was real, he decided to sell it on Ebay and received $3,161 for it from Michel Ipenza. The watch was shipped to a Miami address. When investigators went to the address, they learned that Ipenza lived in Peru and the Miami shipping ad dress belonged to a friend. Further investigation, police said, revealed that the friend had taken the watch to Ipenza when she visited him on a recent trip to Peru. When Ipen za learned the watch was stolen, he contacted Boca Raton investigators and agreed to send it back. Arrest warrants were filed for Arthur Braun on August 3 charging him with second degree felony, dealing in stolen property. Stolen Rolex leads Boca Police on a Peruvian odyssey Boca Raton family displaced by early evening garage re BOCA RATON A Boca Raton family was displaced by a garage fire that broke out about 7:25 p.m. Aug. 8 in their home at 3244 NW 25 Way. Public Information Of ficer Frank Correggio said the homeowner and child were at home and noticed a smell of smoke. When they opened the in side door to their garage they saw heavy smoke and flames and immediately exited the home. No one was injured. He said fire crews ar rived to find smoke and flames coming from the garage. They quickly ex tinguished it and used a Thermal Imaging Cam era to check for possible fire extension and exhaust fans to help remove carbon monoxide and other dead ly gases. The Red Cross was called in to help the dis placed family. Fire offi cials estimate the damage at $75,000.00. The fire is under investigation by the Office of the State Fire Marshal. Boca paramedic teams take top spots at Florida competitions BOCA RATON Boca Raton Fire Rescue Service Departments Advanced Life Support Competi tion Teams have taken top spots at competitions in South Florida and Or lando. Team A consisting of paramedic Jeff Lazzeri, Eric Alexander, James Hagg and Shea Miller took first place and Team B consisting of paramedics Robert Parks, Mike Sem ber and Evan Gaub took second place at the Randy Boaz EMS Competition held in Miami.. At the University of Miami Stephanie Brown ALS Competition in Mi ami Team B came in third and at the Clinical Con ference on Pre Hospital Emergency Care, ClinCon, held in Orlando, Team A came in second place. Members of the elite competition teams put in hundreds of hours of training and studying on their own time to prepare for these events. Boca Raton Fire Res cue Services Department has been sending teams to competitions since 1981 throughout the state, country and in South Af rica. Competitions and seminars such as these are instrumental in helping to educate and keep paramed ics skills at an optimum level. The Florida Prosecut ing Attorneys Associa tion (FPAA) has chosen Sheriff Ric L. Bradshaw as this years recipient of the Criminal Justice Leadership Award. The Criminal Justice Leadership Award was created in 1998. FPAA is a non-profit corpora tion comprised of the 20 elected state attorneys (the Board) and the more Palm Beach County sheri receives FPAA Leadership Award than 1,900 assistant state attorneys. The primary purpose of the associa tion is education through seminars, written materi als and electronic media. Sheriff Bradshaw, a career law enforcement professional, is responsi ble for leading the largest law enforcement agency in Palm Beach County. He has a successful track record of more than 40 years in law enforcement. He rose through the ranks of the West Palm Beach Police Depart ment. In 1996 he was appointed as chief of po lice. In 2005, Bradshaw was sworn in as sheriff of Palm Beach County, heading a department comprised of some 4,000 employees. PBC State Attorney Michael McAuliffe nomi nated Sheriff Bradshaw for the FPAA Lead ership Award. "As the sheriff's crime fighting partner, I know person ally how much Ric con tributes to the commu nity and the state. I am thrilled that my fellow state attorneys have rec ognized Sheriff Brad shaw with our criminal justice leadership award. I am proud of Ric and his office." rfn
14 August 11 through August 17, 2011 Edition 60 Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Business The Boca Raton Tribune By Gerald J. Sherman TM Email your Business News, promotions and acknowledgements to Chris Catoggio at: firstname.lastname@example.org. BOCA RATON -The Procurement Technical Assistance Center at Palm Beach State College is holding procurement seminars through August. The next, Responding to Government Solicita tions, will be held Aug. 17 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Palm Beach County Glades Road Library, 20701 95th Ave. S., Boca Raton. It is free. BOCA RATON Vycor Medical, Inc., a medi cal device company that designs, develops and ma kets next generation neurosurgery de vices, said that its China Patent Application No. ZL200680056889.9 has been granted. This action provides Vycor patent rights with respect to its innovative ViewSite Brain Access System (VBAS) in China. ViewSite Brain Access System (VBAS) is the company's first product, a new generation system that allows surgeons access to deep lesions in the brain. Palm Beach County could become a new hub of medical education in the state with three new programs planning to operate here in the next few years. Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton just received accreditation for its medical school that will open this fall in collaboration with The Scripps Research Institute. The University of Miami is starting a new, four-year joint medcal/ master's of public health degree this summer, with students spending their last two years doing clini cal work at the Palm Beach County Health Department and area hospitals. And the state recently issued a provisional license to Palm Beach Medical College, which would be the first for-profit medical school in the country training MDs. BOCA RATON -The National Business Aviation Association landed in Boca Raton recently for a daylong forum. In addition to 67 indoor exhibi tors, there were about 20 planes on display at Boca Raton Airport. The Washington, D.C.-based NBAA rep resents more than 8,000 companies. Discussions focused on the latest business aviation safety issues, challenges facing the aviation industry and recent changes to Flori das tax code and its impact on aircra purchased in, based in or visiting the state. Business-to-Business selling, is just what the name says; it is business that occurs between two businesses. In the real world Business-to-Busi ness selling (or B2B for short) is far different than Business-to-Consumer selling or B2C. In B2C the transactions are rela tively quick compared to the long-term personal relationships that are in volved in B2B selling. B2B introduces ad ditional complexity into the scene because you are selling, not to a con sumer, but to a corpo rate client. This type of customer is unique the individual whos buying the product/service will not personally be using it. And while the client has personal taste that guides them along the purchasing process, ul timately they represent the needs of an entire business. The B2B client acts not only upon the needs and likes of their own, but also upon the re quests and directions of the executives, market ing, and sales staff of her/his company. So when the client considers making a pur B2B or not 2B chase, they of course want to like it personally. However, they com mit to buy the product/ service primarily to sat isfy the needs and wants of their target customer and depend heavily on what management and the marketing staff will feel is marketable. The clients main consider ation is that the product/ service will be a benefit for the business. The B2B salesperson that brings in the busi ness is highly regarded by management. Such a successful B2B seller is not considered overhead but rather, for management, that salesperson is a walking cash register. Bringing in the business is the key to the future of the busi ness and therefore those salespeople who can get new accounts and ex pand the business are often assigned to bigger accounts or given larger territories and many times promoted to mana gerial positions. In terms of job secu rity, the successful B2B salesperson develops strong business relation ships with key clients, and as a result gains a high degree of indis pensability. Management doesnt want to lose key custom ers. However, no matter how many clients you have, being reliable and honest are two require ments to keeping ones job. Becoming a success ful B2B salesperson can lead to management po sitions. In B2B selling, the seller has fewer clients and fewer transactions; therefore it opens the door for the seller to spend longer periods of time with the client, thus making it not only feasi ble but also necessary to establish a long-term re lationship with them. We find that in many cases both client and seller are personally involved in the building of the busi ness relationship. More time is spent in solving problems and reaching objective and goals. B2B selling is the platform for something that requires old-fashioned personal selling. By old-fashioned personal selling which applies in retail sales in many cases as well we actually mean the timetested fundamentals of personal selling, which never change: at all times attitude relationship with the client (but not the slapon-the back kind!) people, or what we call being a people person Relating to a diversi fied audience ship with the buyer each transaction has to be to the mutual ben efit of the both seller and client in developing profits for the clients com pany about your service/ product as well as the clients business. We have an increas ingly global market and B2B selling has an im portant role in it. Excerpts from the book, The Real World Guide to Fashion Selling & Management, Gerald J. Sherman & Sar S. Perl man, Fairchild Publica tions, Division of Conde Nast, (N.Y.). TheBocaRatonTribune.com Read
15 August 11 through August 17, 2011 Edition 60 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. B The Boca Raton Tribune BOCA LIFE & ARTS SECTION See page 16 Growing Up in the south with The Help See page 16 See page 19 Lets Talk Life and Style Greg Kaylor, Patti Carpenter, M.J. Saunders, Bonnie Kaye and Jon Kaye. More than 170 sup ported and attended the sold-out White Coats 4 Care Reception to raise awareness and funds to dress and equip the inaugural class of the new Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic Univer sity. Held at the Boca Raton Bridge Hotel and sponsored by Bonnie and Jon Kaye and their inte grated public relations White Coat reception helps equip inaugural class of FAU medical students and marketing firm Kaye Communications as part of the Greater Boca Ra ton Chamber of Com merce Festival Days, the first-time event drew an impressive cross-section of medical school and university leaders, in cluding FAU President Dr. MJ Saunders; the medical and healthcare community; business Dr. Michael Friedland, Bonnie Kaye, Jon Kaye, Dr. Michael Dennis Continued on pge 17 Photos by Jeffery Tholl
16 August 11 through August 17, 2011 Edition 60 Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL The Help is a wonder ful movie based on Kath ryn Stocketts wonderful 2009 novel, which in turn was inspired by Stocketts real-life childhood in Mis sissippi. The film is direct ed by Tate Taylor, a child hood friend of Stocketts, in his directorial debut. For white people of a certain affluence, everyone had help, or domestic maids, almost all of them African-American. In Mis sissippi in the early 1960s this meant there were cer tain rules; humiliating as pects of segregation, such as making the help use an outhouse instead of a regu lar bathroom and making them eat in the kitchen in stead of the dining room. Maid uniforms were man datory. Kathryn Stockett was born in 1969 and raised in Jackson MS, which is the model for the book and movies town. In in terviews she has freely ad mitted she was inspired to write the book in tribute to the maids who raised her and to assuage her guilt about treating them as sec ond-class citizens. Indeed one of the main charac ters so closely resembles a real-life maid she has sued Stockett for damages. The main character of Eugenia Skeeter Phelan (Emma Stone) is clearly the alter ego of the author. Like Stockett she gradu ated from college with an English degree and as pired to a writing career Growing Up in the South with The Help rather than early marriage and motherhood. This makes Skeeter a bit of a rebel in her con servative home town, and making her even more of a maverick is the fact that she understands and sym pathizes with The Help. Skeeters family maid, Abileen Clark (Viola Da vis), is a third-generation maid and a classic example of a woman who knows her place. In sharp contrast with Abileen is Mindy Jackson (Octavia Spencer), a maid who is not afraid to speak her mind and quick to an ger at injustice. As a result she has been fired a num ber of times for what was then called being an up pity Negro. The Southern Belle ste reotype is fulfilled by Hilly Holbrook (Bryce Dallas Howard), the socially-con scious, haughty queen bee of local society. At the other end of the social spectrum is Ce lia Foote (Jessica Chas tain), the pretty but brassy bleached blond who has snagged the towns most handsome and eligible bachelor, Johnny Foote (Mike Vogel). Stocketts characters may be stock types, but they are remarkably trueto-life, and played with conviction by the topnotch cast. Emma Stone is an amazing combination of beauty and brains as an ac tress, and when her char acter decides to interview the towns maids to get their stories in their own words, we really believe it. Octavia Spencer is a lit tle-known young actress, but she breathes fire as Mindy. Oscar-nominated Viola Davis by contrast is an old hand at playing women of quiet power and determination. The Help is more a womans film than a mans, but I couldnt help but think back to the women who served as our maids when my mother strug gled with raising five kids with a side career as fash ion model. We are not in the Deep South and seg regation is not rigidly en forced, but this is a lovely tribute to the women who endured. Six Years Opens At Caldwell Theatre Back in highbrow terri tory, we have the powerful and poignant Six Years opening Friday, Aug. 12 at Caldwell Theatre Compa ny. Written by Shar White, the play traces the life of a World War II veteran and his wife through 24 years in six installments starting in 1949 through 1973. The couple, Phil and Meredith Granger, is played by Todd Allen Dur kin and Margery Lowe. Completing the cast are Gregg Weiner, Natasha Sheritt and David PerezRibata. Six Years continues through Sept. 4. Tickets are $38-$50. Call 561241-7432 or go to www. caldwelltheatre.com. An Elvis Sighting At Mizner Park Lawd have mercy, the Boca Raton Summer in the City: Music Series pres ents Blue Hawaii, a musical trib ute to Elvis Presley, at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12 at Mizner Park Amphitheater. Admis sion is free. Call the citys information line at 561393-7827. Viola Davis, left, and Octavia Spencer in The Help TheBocaRatonTribune.com Read
17 August 11 through August 17, 2011 Edition 60 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. The Black Hat Diamond Divas will meet Friday, and the Boca Raton Tribune is waiting to receive photos for publication from that event. In the meantime, this photo was taken at the Divas recent luncheon at Cucina Mio.; Shown from left areHelen Nicozitsis, Ivanette, Dini, Elyssa Kupferberg in background, Robin Trompeter,Gilda Schneider and Diva Leader Charlotte Beasley in front. COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Jan Saverick, Jerry Fedele, Marleen Forkas The Kaye Communications Team: Mike Andrito, Bonnie Kaye, Matt Kaye, Jon Kaye, Kendall Clark Constance Scott, Jan Saverick, Bonnie Kaye White Coats continued from page 15 and government lead ers; philanthropists, as well as several of stu dents who started at tended on their first day of class. Accord ing to Bonnie Kaye, president and chief strategist for Kaye Communications that specializes in public/ private partnership de velopment and a board member of the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce, a total of 64 white coats, 64 stethoscopes, a gener ous gift to underwrite a diagnostic ultrasound machine for the medical students to use in their clinical skills training, 12 scholarships, and seven dedicated audito rium seats were gifted by reception guests with more gifts com ing in each day. The establishment of the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine is a tremendous asset to our community in that joins an elite, small group of only 134 allo pathic medical schools in the country that con fers the M.D. degree, said Jon A. Kaye, COO and Chief Market ing Strategist of Kaye Communications, Inc. and advisory board member of the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine. Based on todays burgeoning rate of population growth, we are truly fortu nate to have a medical school right here in our community. More photos on page19.
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19 August 11 through August 17, 2011 Edition 60 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL By Kay Renz Helping Our Soldiers Families Stay Fit The tragic loss of our wonderful Navy SEALS in last week's helicop ter crash really brought to light, once again, just how many families are coping with the constant stress and worry of hav ing a loved one serve our country. We all know what stress can do to our health. So I was very pleased to see that Michael's Body Scenes is offering compli mentary memberships to immediate family members of deployed Reservists and National Guard. Michael and Fito Pa pamichael, owners of Mi chael's Body Scenes, have long served our communi ty by supporting an innu merable array of charities and causes. Their dedica tion during these past 23 years has garnered them many accolades, but their desire to help others comes from their genuine grati tude for all that they have achieved. When they heard about the initiative for the sol diers' families they imme diately became involved. Michael's is now a proud member of the IHRSA Joining Forces Network, which supports First Lady Michelle Obamas Joining Forces and Lets Move! initiatives. The IHRSA Joining Forces Network, an af filiation of health clubs offering free memberships to the immediate fam ily members of actively deployed Reservists and National Guard members throughout the country, successfully merges the ac tive lifestyle goals of Lets Move! with the desire to provide support and ser vices to military families through Joining Forces. The IHRSA Joining Forc es Network was intro duced on May 9th by Mrs. Obama at a health and wellness event for military families on the south lawn of the White House. "Michael's Body Scenes is honored to be a par ticipating member of The IHRSA Joining Forces Network and is excited to begin supporting the needs of these military families says Mary Ann MorganFried, marketing director of Michaels Body Scenes. Our staff is so proud to be able to give back to the families of these coura geous Americans in such a unique and beneficial way." Immediate family mem bers of currently deployed Reservists and National Guard from the Boca Ra ton community are invited to begin their complimen tary 6-month membership. A membership at Michael's Body Scenes includes full use of the facility, group exercise classes, childcare, and orientations. Under the guidance of our trained professionals, these families will receive great healthy lifestyle ad vice and training in a sup portive environment. Our entire staff is energized and excited to extend our services to these families. We can only imagine how stressful it must be to have a loved one so far from home, so we are honored to help with their health, happiness and stress-relief in the ways we know best. said Morgan-Fried. Mary Ann MorganFried also noted that Mi chaels Body Scenes is par ticularly excited about the opportunity that these free memberships will provide for the teen-aged children of deployed Reservists and National Guard members, who will now have access to a supportive health club environment where they can learn about and imple ment a physically active lifestyle. Age restrictions may apply. For more information, please call Mary Ann at 561-750-7945. J LO Loves Lavish... Meet Jewelry Designer! The Styles Boutique located inside the Donna Pascoe Salon in Boca Raton is hosting Lavish Designer Tricia Milaneze on August 26th. This Brazilian-born jewelry designer's fabu lously bold and beautiful looks have graced Jennifer Lopez and have been writ ten up in Elle Magazine. Meet this amazing design er and see her eye-catching looks! Please call Stacey at 954-802-3960 for details. From left, Michael Papamichael, Mary Ann Morgan-Fried, and Staff Sgt. Adalberto Rodriguez, who enlisted into the Marine Corps in 2001. He has done three tours in support of the Iraq war and will be shipping off to Afghanistan in the next few weeks. His parents are Craig and Cindy Sherman of Deerfield Beach. Arlene Herson, Bonnie Kaye, Patti Carpenter Constance Scott, Eleanor Zaccagnini, Holli Rockwell
20 August 11 through August 17, 2011 Edition 60 Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Customer Watch Dog... The RadioShack on 441 and Palmetto Park Road get a THUMBS DOWN this week. A customer walks into the store to return merchandise that he had bought. The Manager of the store said that the customer could not return the merchandise because he didnt have a receipt. The manager made the argument that maybe the customer stole the item from the store and was now trying to get money for stolen goods This is no way to treat a customer! The manager said it was Company Policy and he wouldnt not make the return for the product THUMBS DOWN. The RadioShack on TownCenter Mall gets a THUMBS UP this week. The same customer went to the store at the TownCenter Mall to make the same exact return. This time, the manager at the TownCenter branch simply looked at him and said No problem sir, Ill get that xed for you right away. The manager returned the customer his money and the customer left the store happy. RadioShack on TownCenter mall gets a THUMBS UP.Have you had problems with you cable provider this past week? We want to know! Email us at email@example.com
21 August 11 through August 17, 2011 Edition 60 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. BUSINESS East/West Boca Raton, FL r f n t b f r b f r b f f r f r f f f rf rfr G SGislene Schurman, MS, LMHC Psychotherapy954.801.7270 English, Portuguese, Spanish Adults, Teenagers, Children Psychotherapy New, free Lynn phone app available on the Android Market BOCA RATON On the heels of the iPhone release, Lynn Universi ty's app is now available on the Android Market. Last month, Lynn University unveiled its new app for the iPhone. The free app (complete with the same features allowing students and friends to get the latest information about cam pus life) is now also avail able on the Android Mar ket. The mobile app for the iPhone can be down loaded for free on any Smartphone by search ing for Lynn Univer sity in the Apps Store. Users now have in stant access to the lat est news, photos, videos and tweets about school events. Lynns next initiative is to include interactive polls. DELRAY BEACH -Delray Medical Center recently qualified for the American Heart Associ ations Mission: Lifeline Bronze Quality Achieve ment Award which rec ognizes the centers commitment and suc cess in implementing a higher standard of care for heart attack patients that effectively improves the survival and care of STEMI (ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction) patients. Hospitals involved in Mission: Lifeline strive to improve care in both acute treatment mea sures and discharge measures. Systems of care gap of timely ac cess to appropriate, lifesaving treatments. Before they are dis charged, appropriate pa tients are started on ag Delray Medical qualies for Heart Association award gressive risk reduction therapies such as cho lesterol-lowering drugs, aspirin, ACE inhibitors and beta-blockers in the hospital and receive smoking cessation coun seling. Delray Medical Center is dedicated to making our cardiac unit among the best in the country, and the Ameri can Heart Associations Mission: Lifeline pro gram is helping us ac complish that by making it easier for our profes sionals to improve the outcomes of our cardi ac patients, said Chief Eecutive Officer of Delray Medical Center Mark Bryan. We are pleased to be recognized for our dedi cation and achievements in cardiac care. BOCA RATON County Commissioner Ste ven L. Abrams spoke with members of the Federation of Boca Raton Homeowner Associations at its monthly meeting Aug. 2. He discussed some of his priorities and challeng es, including the 2011-2012 budget shortfall and how it will affect numerous coun ty programs and services. He also discussed the Ethics Commission and County Commissioner Abrams addresses Boca Federation Inspector General de partments which recently expanded their roles to include all municipalities countywide. The Federation of Boca Raton Homeowner Associ ations, which is comprised of 30 communities located in the eastern portion of Boca Raton, meets monthly to address issues concern ing their community and regularly features guest speakers.
22 August 11 through August 17, 2011 Edition 60 Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Columnists The Boca Raton Tribune By Mike Gora You probably do not know that in about 85 per cent of all divorces litigat ed in Florida, at least one party is not represented by an attorney. Many of these cases are between two people who have had no children together, have been married a short time, and have little income and no marital assets. On the other hand, many of the cases in which no attorneys are involved do involve children. In those cases, the judges know that they must help the couple come up with a written parenting plan during the case. This is the document in which the couple agrees, or the judge orders, the amount of overnights with the child that each parent will have, and divide holidays, school breaks and summer vaca tions. When that plan is com pleted and decisions are made about child support and property issues, a final judgment will be entered by the court setting out all of the courts findings and decisions, or adopt an agreement that the couple has come up with without the help of counsel. At that time, it is doubt ful that the couple knows that neither of them can move to another state or far from the other in Flor ida with their children, without filing a petition with the court to allow the move and follow that pe tition to a final judgment allowing the move. The petition can be defeated in court if the judge finds that moving is not in the best interests of the child or children. It is likely that neither the mother nor the father, who has not been repre sented by counsel, and does not have a law degree, knows that they cannot move without the courts permission. The requirement to ap ply to a judge for permis sion to move back to ones home town, to be closer to a parent or brother or sister, friends or for a job is not waived by the other parent through a failure to pay child support or even a failure to take advantage of one parents visitation or access rights to their child or children for many years. There is a statute which allows a custodial parent to end the other parents rights in a case where the missing parent abandons the child but that case stat ute takes a high level of proof and proof that there is no remedy other then ending parental rights available. The typical person who gets divorced without counsel has never heard of the availability of that statute either. There is no statute or Florida Rule of Judicial Administration which re quires the judge or the clerk of the court to no tify everyone who gets di vorced about the require ments which must proceed moving away with your children without getting the courts permission. To make matters worse there is a significant preju dice against the party who makes such an unauthor ized move when the other parent files a claim to have the other parent return to Florida or South Florida with the child or children. Even though the par ent who left had no idea of his or her obligation to get court permission be fore they moved to be with family, or a new husband or wife, or job, it is held against them, which clear ly seems a bit unfair. Per haps the court clerk should be required to point this rule out to every person who files a divorce case or gets served with a divorce case with notice of this law when the case begins and when the case ends. A legal gotcha Florida Bar as a specialist in family and matrimonial law. Astronomy is the branch of science that deals with celestial objects, space, and the physical universe as a whole. As is true with the other sciences, Scriptures make numerous statements about the heavens and when compared to many modern scientific discoveries, have proven to be amazingly ac curate. 1. Size of the universe Eighty years ago, we thought the entire universe consisted of what we now know as the Milky Way gal axy. In reality, our galaxy is just one of hundreds of billions of others. Space is extremely vast. Each gal axy is home to around 200 billion stars. This is more stars than there are grains of sand on all the beaches of planet Earth. Our Milky Way galaxy has a diameter of 100,000 light years. If you could take a flashlight and beam it across the gal axy, it would take the light 100,000 years to reach the other side. (http:channel. nationalgeographic.com/ series/known-universe/all/ sizematters-facts) The Bible indicates in several places that the uni verse has been stretched out or expanded. Isaiah 40:22 teaches that God stretches out the heavens like a curtain and spreads them out like a tent. This would suggest that the uni verse has actually increased in size since its creation. God is stretching it out, causing it to expand. Clearly this verse was not consistent with the thinking of the time. The By Pr. Sandy Huntsman The Wonders of the Universe universe certainly doesnt look as if it is expanding. After all, if you look at the night sky tonight, it will appear about the same size as it did the previous night, and the night before that. In fact, secular scien tists once believed that the universe was eternal and unchanging. The idea of an expanding universe would have been considered non sense to most scientists of the past. Most astronomers today believe that the universe is indeed expanding. In the 1920s, astrono mers discovered that virtu ally all clusters of galaxies appear to be moving away from all other clusters in dicating an ever expanding universe. Is not God in the height of heaven? and behold the height of the stars, how high they are? (Job 22.12) If heaven above can be measured, and the founda tions of the earth searched out beneath... (Jeremiah 31.37) It is fascinating that the Bible recorded the idea of an expanding universe thousands of years before secular science came to ac cept the idea. 2. Number of stars Man has always tried to number the stars. In the past, scientist limited to what they could see with the naked eye, numbered them in the thousands. With the advent of the telescope that number was modified to the millions. According to an article by Seth Borenstein in the Huffington Post, the uni verse may glitter with far more stars than even Carl Sagan imagined when he rhapsodized about billions upon billions. A new study suggests there are a mindblowing 300 sextillion of them, or three times as many as scientists previ ously calculated. That is a 3 followed by 23 zeros. Or 3 trillion times 100 billion. Speaking at the General Assembly of the Interna tional Astronomical Union meeting in Sydney, Dr Si mon Driver said the ac tual number of stars could be infinite.(articles.cnn. com/2003-07-22) Throughout scripture the inability to number the stars is directly stated or im plied: As the host of heaven cannot be numbered... (Jer emiah 33.22) As the stars of the heav en... Gen. 22.17 1. Variety of stars There is one glory of the sun, another glory of the moon, and another glo ry of the stars; for one star differs from another star in glory. (1 Corinthians 15.41) While this verse pri marily speaks to the lumi nosity of the various stars, clearly diversity is implied. It has not been until the recent pass-by of various satellites probes that we have been able to peer into the atmosphere and observe the diversity of the various planets and stars. Pastor Sandy Huntsman Boca Glades Baptist Church www.bocaglades.org TheBocaRatonTribune.com Read
23 August 11 through August 17, 2011 Edition 60 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. BUSINESS East/West Boca Raton, FL FEATURED OPPORTUNITYDIXIE COMMERCE CENTER, BOCA RATON1,040 sq ft 2,780 sq ft Dixie Highway, between Glades Rd & Spanish River Blvd, Boca RatonDixie Commerce Center offers a variety of warehouse / flex space configurations, including raw space, bays with furnished offices and bays with loft offices, kitchenettes and covered parking Other Amazing Opportunities1 West Linton 1,100 4,501 sq ft warehouse bays in an automotive service center located on Dealership Row, between I-95 & Dixie Hwy2500 NW 2nd Ave 930 1,550 sq ft available in small warehouse-flex center located on NW 2nd Ave, north of Glades Rd.Broker incentives Relocation specials Locally owned & managed561.392.8920 www.investmentslimited.comWAREHOUSE/FLEX SPACE AVAILABLE Randy grew up in Lyn brook, Long Island a sub urb on the outskirts of New York City. The young est of six children, he grad uated from Lynbrook High School in 1991.He moved on to attend Nassau Com munity College, where he received his Associates De gree in Liberal Arts. From there Randy attended Hof stra University, in Garden City, New York, where he earned his Bachelors in Business. From 1995 to 2001 Randy worked for the NHLs New York Island ers, Long Islands profes sional hockey team. Work ing in the Marketing and Promotions Department, Randy was responsible West Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce appointed new member for the board of directors for creating partnerships with local businesses in the community. From there he went on to work for what was then a fresh new air line, the now prominent JetBlue Airways, serving in the Marketing and Sales Department from 20012006. He was responsible for opening stations in new cities all over the United States, creating more des tinations for potential cus tomers. It was there that he worked diligently with the Chamber of Commerce in Los Angeles, San Diego, Atlanta and Queens, New York. Randy moved to Florida in December of 2006, and married his beautiful wife Mary in 2007. Randy also has two step children Melissa and Frank. Mary and Randy reside in West Boca Raton. He has worked for Costco Wholesale since November of 2007, in the Marketing and Sales Department. Randy Risorto
24 August 11 through August 17, 2011 Edition 60 Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. BUSINESS East/West Boca Raton, FL BOCA RATON -Scott A. Becker, M.D., a pediatrician with more than 20 years of experi ence practicing medicine in South Florida, has joined Sanctuary Medi cal Aesthetic Center. Dr. Beckers new prac tice will focus on treating difficult, chronic condi tions in children, includ ing childhood obesity, at tention deficit disorder, gluten sensitivity and related issues such as ad renal and chronic fatigue, and nutritional deficien cies. Our new practice will work on addressing more than just the symptoms that a child may be ex hibiting, Dr. Becker said. We take a comprehensive, evidence-based approach in trying to find the un derlying cause to the con ditions that the child and family may be struggling with, and identify ways to address them. Dr. Becker has ex tensive experience as an emergency room pediat ric physician, working at Jackson Memorial Hos pital, Joe DiMaggio Chil drens Hospital, Baptist Childrens Hospital and St. Marys Hospital. In addition, Dr. Becker led one of the areas larg est small-group private Doc specializing in chronic childhood conditions joins Sanctuary Medical Dr. S. Benjamin Roldan D.M.D. M.S. P.A. and Associates pediatric and adolescent medical practices. Dr. Beckers philoso phy and approach fits well with Sanctuary Medical Aesthetic Center, said Ja son Pozner, M.D., the cen ters co-founder and medi cal director. We focus on treating the whole person, and if necessary, the en tire family to try and solve medical conditions. Dr. Becker earned his undergraduate and medi cal degrees from the Uni versity of Miami. He continued his training as an intern and pediatric resident at Jackson Memo rial Hospital. Hes certi fied by and is a fellow of the American Board of Pediatrics, and hes board certified by the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine.
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28 August 11 through August 17, 2011 Edition 60 Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Sports The Boca Raton Tribune By: Jim McLellan "Sam don't know a damn thing about hit ting a golf ball".....oh yeah, who says? What gives this guy the right to say such a thing about a fellow golfer? If he is so smart wouldn't he say "Sam doesn't know any thing about hitting a golf ball?" This guy can't be very bright and he is cer tainly no gentleman. What about Sam? Does he know anything about hitting a golf ball? If this guy says he doesn't and he is right..... shouldn't we assume that he is propably not very good at it? Makes perfect sense to me! Continued from page back cover will be covered by us. This preview consists of each schools schedule, big games to watch out for, and local players that have the spotlight on them. Again, we will be cover ing the following schools: Boca Raton High School, West Boca High School, Olympic Heights High School, Spanish River High School, St. Andrews School, and Pope John Paul II High School. New this year is the re classification the FHSAA did for each sport, meaning that each high school is in a new district than years before. Class 8A (Student popu lation: 2301-4295) Boca Raton High School John I. Leonard (Green acres) Palm Beach Central (Wellington) Poor Sam Real estate million aires know a lot about real estate. Stock market mil lionaires are experts on the stock market. Chess masters have an awe some inventory of chess moves. Experts in gener al know a ton about their field. So if one doesn't know a damn thing about what he is doing, he can't do it very well. Should we agree then that the more we know about a subject the bet ter we will do? The kid in class who looks like Bill Gates, and studies a lot gets A's this applies to school, and investments, and generally every thing? Everything? Sure everything! Let's apply this bril liant radical informa tion to golf. The more we know about "IT" the better we should do. After all, nearly every waking moment is spent thinking. How should I do my job. How do I get to work. How do I pay my bills. What is 3+3..... heady stuff like that.... If "Sam don't know a damn thing about hitting a golf ball" . . that's got to be his problem. Some knowit-all said he doesn't. He has to be a lousy golfer. No infor mation = failure. Did you ever take a test where you didn't know anything about the subject mat ter? Let's see your report High School Football Preview Park Vista (Lake Worth) Class 7A (Student popu lation: 1926-2300) Atlantic (Delray Beach) Dwyer (Palm Beach Gardens) Lake Worth Royal Palm Beach Santaluces (Lantana) Spanish River High School West Boca Raton High School Class 6A (Student popu lation: 1581-1925) Forest Hill (West Palm Beach) Okeechobee Olympic Heights High School Palm Beach Lakes (West Palm Beach) Sebastian River South Fork (Stuart) Class 3A (Student popu lation: 281-690) American Heritage (Delray Beach) Benjamin (Palm Beach Gardens) Cardinal Newman (West Palm Beach) King's Academy (West Palm Beach) Pahokee Pope John Paul II St. Andrews High School University School (Da vie) These are the new dis tricts that each Boca Raton school is in. As you can see, the class they are put in goes by school population. There are 8 classes in Flor ida now: 8A, 7A, 6A, 5A, 4A, 3A, 2A Urban and 1A Rural. Each class has their own state champion. The class is later broken down into regions, and finally into a district. Boca Raton Power Rankings: 1. West Boca 2. Boca Raton 3. Olympic Heights 4. Spanish River 5. St. Andrews 6. Pope John Paul II These are PRE SEASON power rank ings for the schools. The rankings reflect last years performance, their spring game, and what is predicted from them for this upcom ing season. These are all preseason rankings and will change throughout the season. This is simply an over view, compared to the more in depth coverage we will provide for each school be fore their preseason kickoff. Player to watch: Keith Byars II Keith Byars II is by far the top player in the area. This running back for Boca Raton High School is son of former NFL player Keith Byars. Byars II is currently a sleeper on the recruiting trail at the running back posi tion. He's a well-rounded back with good size and body structure. Has good speed, not elite but can quickly burst into the sec ond level of the defense for a big gainer. Keith Byars II is con sidering between these colleges all before his se nior year has even started: Memphis Tigers, Florida International Golden Panthers, and Western Michigan Broncos. Stay tuned in the fol lowing weeks to continue to get coverage of high school football. card, Einstein. There is someone who has the answers, by Wil likers. You guessed it! The all mighty golf pro Golf professional: one who knows a lot about golf. More information, more thinking, better golf....duh! Why didn't I think about this before I went out and made a fool out of myself? Golf pro fessionals charge $50 or $75 or $100 for a golf lesson. Must be worth it! Just think about how good I will be after a se ries of 6 lessons. Awe some, Dude. I hit the cookie jar and head for the course. Wow, there's the golf pro. He's a lot arrogant and treats me like an idiot.....but heck, maybe I am. I take the lessons. He informs me of ALL the moving parts. He gives me a lot to think about. The se cret to golf, at last. Lots of information + lots to think about = success at golf. This has to work.. Look out nerd, I'm going to kick your butt. Woops, I forgot to complete the sentence I started in paragraph one. Anybody interest ed? Here, good Buddy, is the rest of it.....See if you can ap ply what you are about to read to your game, S'il Vous Plait: "Sam don't know a damn thing about hitting a golf ball, but he does it better than anybody else". The quote came from Ben Hogan during a con versation with Cary Mid dlecoff. They were watch ing the finest golf swing of all time. You guessed it, none other than Samu el Jackson Snead. Poor Sam.....Didn't know a damn thing about what he was doing! So what if he won 87 PGA golf tournaments....more than anyone in the his tory of golf. How well do YOU think Sam would have done had he thought about his swing like You do? 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29 August 11 through August 17, 2011 Edition 60 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL By: Pedro Heizer The magicJack host ed the Western New York Flash on Wednes day night in one of the most highly anticipated matchups of the WPS season. The stars were certainly out with play ers like Abby Wombach, Christie Rampone, Hope Solo, Alex Morgan, and five-time FIFA Player of the Year, Marta, all at hand playing the best that womens soccer could of fer, and they didnt disap point. A total of 17 players from both teams partici pated in the World Cup this summer in Germany (the magicJack had nine and the Flash had eight), this was definitely the marquee matchup every one was waiting for. It was definitely one of the best games I have ever played in [Womens Professional Soccer], said Flash forward Alex Morgan. It doesnt get any better than this. Before the ball even hit the field, the game was al ready sold out, over 4,011 fans flocked the FAU Soc cer Stadium in Boca Ra ton to watch their heroes play. The 4,011 fans was a new attendance record for a Womens Profes sional Soccer match in Palm Beach County. It was a great op portunity for womens soccer, to have all these fan out here not only sup porting the magicjack but also supporting us, its a very humbling experience MagicJack fall to Marta and the New York Flash Despite Strong Support from the Crowd said Marta after the game. Before the World Cup, the magicJack had trouble getting 1,000 people to come watch their games, but ever since World Cup Fever it has been a different story. Its defi nitely been like night and day when it comes to how many people were here before [the World Cup] and now, explained US WNT hero and magic Jack goalkeeper Hope Solo. You will have all your bandwagon fans, but if from all those band wagon fans we get five or maybe even 10 real fans, we will be in good shape. The game itself was a pretty good one, the Flash scored in the 64th courtesy of Marta. The Brazilian strikers first goal came off a counter attack with her blasting through the magicJack defense. In the first half we didnt play our style of soccer, said the fivetime FIFA World Player of the Year but then in the second half, some thing clicked and we started playing the game we are all accustomed to playing. Despite having 16 shots on goal, the magic Jack were able to only score once on a goal by Sophie Schmidt from a beautiful assist from Christie Rampone. The second goal also came courtesy of Marta, We have a set play for short corners where I usually try to hit the ball off a player for it to go in, but this time that didnt happen and I was fortu nate enough to get the ball back on my foot and I scored Marta explained. The magicJack play the Philadelphia Inde pendence on Sunday at 4pm at the FAU Soccer Field, and the magicJack will host their first ever playoff game on Wednes day as they will host the number four seed in the WPS Playoffs.
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Tribune Sports of East /West Boca Raton, Highland Beach See page 28 See page 29 Your entire dinner bill.Not valid with any other oers. Come try an authentic Brazilian meal.Entertainment Friday & Saturday from 9:30pm until 1:30am Oba Oba Brazilian Restaurant6853 SW 18th Street, Suite M 115 | Boca Raton, FL 33433 | 561-447-6969 15% O Gold Tips Poor Sam By: Jim McLellan Sam dont know a damn thing about hitting a golf ball..... oh yeah, who says? What gives this guy the right to say such a thing about a fel low golfer? If he is so smart wouldnt he say Sam doesnt know anything about hitting a golf ball? This guy cant be very bright and he is certainly no gentleman. MagicJack fall to Marta and the New York Flash Despite Strong Support from the Crowd Strikers Defeat League Leading RailHawks High School Football Preview See page 28 See page 29 By Orlando Greenwald Looking at my calendar, Im surprised to see school is only two weeks away. I have two week till I start my senior year in high school. The time has passed by fast. Just think ing about the past three years, I have a quick flashback on how important sports have been through theyears. From being in the bleachers watching to actually participating in sports, to now being onthe field and covering the games, sports have been a big part of the past three years, and will continue to be this coming year. Two weeks till school starts, which can only mean one thing; Football is right around the corner. As promised, the football preview for our local Boca Ra ton area will be Continue page 28