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YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR.Nearly 400,000 readers!The Boca Raton Tribunefor news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Send us a picture of you reading The Boca Raton Tribune to firstname.lastname@example.org see page 4 By: CRA News ServiceCancer Treatment Centers of America is moving its national headquarters to Boca Raton from suburban Chicago, the Boca Raton Tribune has learned. The Schaumburg, Ill.-based company is expected to employ some 225 people. We are excited to have Cancer Treatment Centers of America become part of our community, Mayor Susan Whelchel said. Information on how many employees would relocate was not given. CTCA has yet to choose an exact location in Boca Raton, and no date has been given for when the company will move. The five-hospital national network has facilities in Goodyear, Ariz.; Newnan, Ga.; Philadelphia; Tulsa; and Zion, Ill. A recent Modern Healthcare investigation found that three of these facilities were among the nations leaders in receiving Medicare supplemental outlier payments that are based on hospital retail prices as opposed to standard Medicare payments. Chicago-based Cancer Treatment Center to Bring 225 Jobs to City Spanish River Christian School Robotics teams compete in FIRST LEGO LeagueSpanish River Christian School has two after-school competitive robotics teams that recently competed in the FIRST LEGO League of Florida on Saturday, January 18, 2014 in Boynton Beach, Florida. Both teams, Mission 3.16 Launch and Mission 3.16 Orbit competed in their second Qualifier tournament. Mission 3.16 Launch won a 1st Place Robot Design Award. Both teams have earned the right to compete at the Regional competition in Winter Haven, Florida on February 1, 2014. Mentoring Program Names Bocas Burt Rapaport its 2014 Man of the YearBy Jason Schwartz Tickets are on sale for the KOP Mentoring Networks inaugural awards program to recognize community leader and entrepreneur Burt Rapoport as its 2014 Man of the Year. The event will be on March 20 at 6:30p.m. at Bogarts of Boca Raton, 3200 Airport Road. Burt has done so much for this community, in particular youth causes, so its only fitting that we present him with this honor, said Bobby Canatta, co-chair of the event and chairman of KOPs Board of Directors. Among the evenings attractions will be feature performances from local rising youth artists as well as a surprise guest, organizers said. There will also be a silent auction, among which will be an autographed photo of former Miami Dolphins Dan Marino.Adele Jalens reading The Boca Raton TribuneCommunitysee page 5 Municipalsee page 11 Businesssee page 19Communitysee page 4 Municipalsee page 11Businesssee page 20 Palm Beach County Has Highest Divorce Rate in FL One in Four Middle Schoolers Actively Sexting Husbands Report Loving Wives Less After Viewing Porn When it comes to sex, dating and marriage, there IS a better way! See page 3 Discover the truth on Sunday, Feb. 9! The Delray Beach Tribune Inside!see page 10 see page 7Olympic Heights High Zerorobotics Team Recognized at MIT Candidate For Seat A Has Already Won Election Alert Citizen and O Duty Boca Raton Ocer Spot Car Burglar Savvy Resident Noties Police of Burglare Dori Slosberg Foundations Road Safety Scholarship ContestWhen in RomeStart a Production Companysee page B5
2 -Edition 171 www.bocaratontribune.com calendars: the Rod Stewart Live Tribute Concert is 8 p.m. March 1 at the Countess de Hoernle Theatre of Spanish River High School, 5100 Jog Road, Boca Raton. Email email@example.com or call 561.912.1453 for tickets and sponsorship opportunities. are coming to Boca Raton as Cancer a Treatment Centers of America announces it will base its operation in the city. will close Jan. 29 for two days at 6 a.m. and will reopen Jan. 31 at 6 a.m. and also from Jan. 22-24. to the Southbound turnpike will close from 11 p.m. Jan. 30 to 6 a.m. Jan. 31. The exit ramp form the southbound turnpike to Glades will close nightly from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m until Jan. 30 and two or three lanes of traffic may close on both the northbound and southbound turnpike throughout the week from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m., as part of the $6.6. million and Atlantic Avenue, expected to be completed in May. an office in West Boca at 22831 S.R.7. They also have one at 698 Yamato Road, Suite 5. Struhl has opened another Polaroid Fotobar, this time in the Town Center on Glades Road. of $25,000 income is available at Lois Martin Community Center, in the Dixie Manor Housing Complex, 1350, N. Dixie Highway, Boca Raton, Tue, Wed & Thu 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.and Sat 8:30a.m. Noon. No reservations are needed. Library announce their 2014 Book Donation Drive. Bring Books for all ages, DVDs, book and music CDs to Friends of the Library Bookstore at 400 NE 2nd Avenue or call the Bookstore at (561) 544-8596 to make arrangements for pick-up of an extra large number of books. Sales of book donations will help the Friends fulfill its mission of Boca Raton libraries support. The Friends is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. in Boca Raton offers a Senior Challenges Support Group, new support group for seniors coping with emotions in later life. Issues involving aging, health, housing, relationships, adult children, care giving, intimate relations, and finances are discussed. The group meets every Tuesday, from 2:00 3:00 p.m. The cost of the group is $5 per session. Call the Center at (561) 483-5300 for more information. tax holiday for hurricane preparedness supplies from June 1-14. During that time period, Floridians can purchase flashlights, batteries, weather radios and other basic hurricane supply items, all tax-free. Hurricane season lasts from June 1 to Nov. 30. foreclosed homes with 25% of the nations total and 21,500 homes are pending foreclosure in Palm Beach County. Indian Tribe generates $2 billion a year in gambling revenue and pays $257 million in taxes to the state. 15 at the Wick Theatre and Costume Museum, 7901 N. Fed. Hwy. Call 561.995.2333 or visit www.thewick.org for tickets. Parade, through Feb. 9 at the West Boca Performing Arts Theatre in West Boca High, 12811 West Glades Road. Call 866.822.4111 for tickets and group sales or visit www.slowburntheatre.org. It is the best production of the theatre company. Dont miss it! through March 22, 2014 and the Wizard of Oz is Jan. 7-19 at the Broward Center For the Performing Arts, 201 SW Fifth Avenue. Fort Lauderdale. Tickets at www. browardcenter.org or call 954.462.0222. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan has Renee Taylor, My Life on a Diet, to Feb. 9 and Dirty Blonde, March 27-April 13. See www.theplazatheatre.net or call 561.588.1820. through Feb. 23 at the Broward Stage Door Theatre, 8036 Sample Road, Coral Springs. Visit www.stagedoorfl.org or call 954.344.7765 for more information and ticket reservations. Barries Peter Pan, through Feb. 2, 3333 N. Fed. Hwy. Boca. Call 561.447.8829 or email www.solchildren.org. Stage Door Theatre, 8036 W. Sample Road, Coral Springs, through March 16.Visit www.stagedoortheatre. com or call 954-344.7765 for tickets. For more information, visit www. wiesentahltheplay.com or www.facebook. com/wiesentaltheplay. presents Pippin through Feb. 9 at the Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand Park, 300 S. Military Trail. Call 561.347.3948 or visit www.brtg.org or go to https:// www.facebook.com/pages/Boca-RatonTheatre-Guild/103606986210?fref=ts. Florine Mark speaks at the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach Countys Business & Professional Division (B&P), 8 to 10 am. Jan. 29 in Zinman Hall on the Federation campus. Registration at $36 or firstname.lastname@example.org, 561.852.3128. Future guests include Saks Fifth Avenue CEO Stephen Sadove on March 26. lecture for men and women on Suddenly Solo, A Lifestyle Road Map for the Mature Widowed or Divorced Man, from 11 a.m. to noon Jan. 29 at the Faulk Center for Counseling, 22455 Boca Rio Road, West Boca. and candidate for Mayor has a fundraiser, 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Jan. 29 at Segreto Restaurant, 39 SE 1st Ave. RSVP to Events@susanhaynie.com or call 561. 290.9498. To learn more or donate online, visit www.SusanHaynie.com. 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4 -Edition 171 www.bocaratontribune.comCommunity News Community NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune Olympic Heights High Zerorobotics Team Recognized at MITBy Bito David Zero Robotics is a robotics programming competition where the robots are SPHERES (Synchronized Position Hold Engage and Reorient Experimental Satellites) inside the International Space Station. The competition starts online where teams from across the United States and Europe program the SPHERES satellite to solve an annual challenge. After several phases of virtual competition in a simulation environment that mimics the real SPHERES, finalists are selected to compete in a live championship aboard the ISS. In the first semester of the 2013-2014 school year, the Olympic Heights ZeroRobotics team signed up for this after-school virtual challenge. The game is motivated by a current problem of interest to NASA and MITthe possibility of a comet striking the earth! Student software controls satellite speed, rotation, direction of travel, etc. Depending on the game premise, the students must program their while conserving resources, and staying within specified time and code-size limits. The programs are autonomous that is, the students cannot control the satellites during the test itself. Almost 200 teams from around the United States and Europe went through many rounds of elimination, and the top teams, including Olympic Heights, travelled to MIT from Jan. 16 to 18 to take part in the final round. Olympic Heights was the only Palm Beach County School invited to participate in this final round. The team members who attended were Joseph Landry, Sarah Curtis, Ryan Dingman, and Shayna Soares, mentored by engineering teacher Nimmi Arunachalam. Other members of the team are Jerry Zuili, Jake Rice, Julia Grober and Charles McGuire. The team was also mentored by parent volunteer, Patrick Zuili. At the finals on Jan. 17, teams were able to submit their code and watch via a live feed two astronauts run their computer programs aboard the International Space Station. Teams were also invited to send a representative for an interview session, to discuss game strategies employed. Olympic Heights senior Joseph Landry spoke about OHs team, called Pride of Boca, in front of an audience containing four space shuttle astronauts, Hollywood director Gavin Hood and Visual Effects Supervisor Matthew Butler, and hundreds of students and parents. He was also broadcast live on the web throughout the world as well as to the International Space Station. Additionally, the OH students met the astronauts and the director, took a tour of MIT, and explored MITs research facilities and labs. It was an amazing experience, Participating in this incredible conference really reinforced my love Heights!Chicago-based Cancer Treatment Center to Bring 225 Jobs to CityBy CRA NEWS SERVICECancer Treatment Centers of America is moving its national headquarters to Boca Raton from suburban Chicago, the Boca Raton Tribune has learned. The Schaumburg, Ill.-based company is expected to employ some 225 people. We are excited to have Cancer Treatment Centers of America become part of our community, Mayor Susan Whelchel said. Information on how many employees would relocate was not given. CTCA has yet to choose an exact location in Boca Raton, and no date has been given for when the company will move. The five-hospital national network has facilities in Goodyear, Ariz.; Newnan, Ga.; Philadelphia; Tulsa; and Zion, Ill. A recent Modern Healthcare investigation found that three of these facilities were among the nations leaders in receiving Medicare supplemental outlier payments that are based on hospital retail prices as opposed to standard Medicare payments. The decision to relocate to Boca Raton was based on the favorable business climate, closeness to three airports, and other factors determined to be helping allow CTCA accelerate investment in talent, technology and other resources, according to a news release from Gov. Rick Scotts office. Gerard van Grinsven, CTCA president and CEO, said in the release that the Boca Raton location provided company employees exciting opportunities for further personal and professional development. He thanked the state of Florida, the city of Boca Raton, the Palm Beach County Business Development Board, and the governors Enterprise Florida organization for their assistance with our evaluation of the benefits associated with our relocation. Selecting Boca Raton as our new corporate headquarters represents Treatment Centers of America to serve even more patients in the future, while simultaneously providing our dedicated and valued employees with exciting opportunities for further personal and professional development, van Grinsven said. Van Grinsven replaced Stephen Bonner as CEO last year. Bonner remains with the company as executive chairman. Illinois officials made a pretty aggressive offer to keep CTCAs headquarters in the state, said Dave Roeder, spokesman for the Illinois Department of Commerce. The sweeteners Illinois offered the company include an income tax break through its Economic Development for a Growing Economy, or EDGE, program which offers corporate income tax breaks based on a percentage of personal income tax returns it could expect program was also on the table. Altogether, the proposal was to locations they have in Schaumburg and Zion, Roeder said. Were here; we couldve lost more. Roeder noted that the Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board recently approved an $84 million 168,000-square-foot patient tower at the CTCAs Midwestern Regional Medical Center, a 73-bed hospital in Zion.
Edition 1715for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com Candidate For Seat A Has Already Won ElectionCandidate For Seat A Has Already Won Election The Boca Raton City Council elections are not for another couple months yet one candidate has already secured his spot in Seat A come March 11. Singer, who was running for Seat A, won the seat after having no opposition after candidate Craig Ehmst changed from Seat A to Seat B. Seat A is currently occupied by Deputy Mayor Susan Haynie who is running for the Mayor seat against City Councilman Anthony election to council and could have stayed on until 2015, however, he has to resign his council seat in order to run for mayor, according to city clerk Susan Saxton. Since Singer was the only person that filed paperwork to qualify for Seat A, he is deemed elected and his name will not appear on the ballot on March 11. Singers three-year term will begin on March 31 and like all the council candidates who win, hell have to be sworn in. The man who changed seats, Craig Ehmst, is now running for Seat B versus incumbent Michael Mullaugh, candidates Mohamed Abdalla, and Eric Gooden. In a campaign event on January 23, Ehmst spoke about the switch. I felt Scott was a responsible individual and Mike is a nice person, but we have to get into a lot more detail, and Id better serve the community by running against Mike. Another seat which is up for grabs is Seat D, which is only a one-year term for the unexpired portion of Anthonys term. The people running for Seat D are Yaniv Alcalay, Rosetta V. Bailey, and Robert S. Weinroth. Only 6,851 city residents voted in the 2012 Municipal Election, according to Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections totals. Only city residents can vote, not anyone with a Boca Raton address who lives in the county but not within city limits. We at The Boca Raton Tribune want to be more interactive with our readers. We believe that a strong connection with our readers is one of the most important things a newspaper can focus on, because without the readers, there is no newspaper. In order to do that, we have begun using polls to help us connect with you better. Our first poll was a simple one: Who will win Super Bowl XLVIII? Over 70 percent of our readers believe that Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos will beat Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks in this years game. If you are interested in becoming part of the discussion and letting your voice be heard, send us an email to surveys@bocaratontribune. com for us to add you to our survey mailing list! Join In The Discussion! Who Will Win Super Bowl XL VIII?
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Edition 1717for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com BOCA RATON, Fla. (January 27, 2014) The Department of History in Florida Atlantic Universitys Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters presents a lecture on Zen and the Art of Formless Precepts in the Evolving Platform Sutra on Thursday, Feb. 6 at 4 p.m., at the Wimberly Library, fifth floor, 777 Glades Road, Boca Raton campus. The lecture will be presented by professor Morten Schltter of the University of Iowa. One hundred years ago, two expeditions crossed the Silk Road in western China in search of treasure. These expeditions were headed by Sir Aurel Stein of England and Paul Pelliot of France. At an oasis called Dunhuang, they made a fantastic discovery. Hidden in the secret chamber of a Buddhist cave was a lost library from 1,000 years ago. Today, scholars are still discovery. At the FAU lecture, Schltter will discuss a chapter from his current all Zen texts, the Platform Sutra. The version of the sutra found in Dunhuang describes a ritual for the bestowal of formless precepts. These precepts are the natural moral compass that exists in all of us. In later editions of the sutra, the ritual side of this concept begins to be downplayed. Why this happens, and what this means for our of Schltters fascinating lecture. In addition to the lecture, there will be a special exhibit of rare books from FAU Special Collections. Did you know that the famous Civil War General Ulysses S. Grant, who is remembered on the U.S. $50 bill, went to China and met with members of the imperial family? A rare copy of this 19th century book display before and after the lecture. This book and others from FAUs rare book collection represent a time capsule of what Stein and Pelliot would have read before embarking on their adventures on the Silk Road in 1901.COMMUNITY NEWS FAU Lecture on Zen and the Art of Formless Precepts Mentoring Program Names Bocas Burt Rapaport its 2014 Man of the YearBy Jason Schwartz Tickets are on sale for the KOP Mentoring Networks inaugural awards program to recognize community leader and entrepreneur Burt Rapoport as its 2014 Man of the Year. The event will be on March 20 at 6:30p.m. at Bogarts of Boca Raton, 3200 Airport Road. Burt has done so much for this community, in particular youth causes, so its only fitting that we present him with this honor, said Bobby Canatta, co-chair of the event and chairman of KOPs Board of Directors. Among the evenings attractions will be feature performances from local rising youth artists as well as a surprise guest, organizers said. There will also be a silent auction, among which will be an autographed photo of former Miami Dolphins Dan Marino. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce last year honored Rapoports Restaurant Group with its 2013 Community Excellence Award. business in the United States that has found success in its community. KOP is a mentoring program for area youth ages 7 to 17. The nonprofit has been reinforcing lessons of courtesy, responsibility and character in children in area schools since 1991. Adult volunteers also take the children on field trips, help with homework and provide cultural activities and camps throughout the year. For tickets or more information, contact 561-306-6999 or visit www. kopmn.org. Town Center Mall car Burglar Going Through Rough TimesBy CRA News Service Times are rough for Joel Garcia. So the Canal Point man told police he rode a bus to Town Centre Mall to break into cars and steal money. Police charged Garcia, 24, with burglary to auto and possession of It started shortly before 3 p.m. on Jan. 22 when someone saw Garcia trying to open the doors to several cars in the parking lot and called police. A Boca Raton police officer, working an extra duty detail, responded and found Garcia. The officer watched Garcia until the agencys tactical team officers arrived. They watched as Garcia removed his button down shirt, wrapped it around his hand and tried various car doors in the parking lot. Garcia then went into the mall, where undercover detectives continued to watch him, police said. He later exited the mall and found an unlocked car around 4 p.m. As Garcia was rummaging through the center console, officers came over and arrested him.
8 -Edition 171 www.bocaratontribune.com EDITORIAL By C. Ron Allen EDITORIALS/LETTERSThe Boca Raton TribuneFounded January 15, 2010 Publisher thousands in our community to observe the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. It was a weekend punctuated with ecumenical services, banquets, breakfasts, sporting events, marches, walks and a rally. I am sure there were even the usual barbeques. There were the usual speeches at all the events. But as happened with some commemorations of Dr. Kings I Have a Dream speech at the 50th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington, celebrating the progress our society has made in the area of civil rights can obscure the full measure of Dr. Kings message. I think too often, we lose sight of the fact that Dr. Kings work as a minister and civil rights leader not only promoted the cause of racial equality, but also challenged us to address the prevalence of poverty in our country. While we as residents may not be equipped to solve all of the problems confronting society or the poor, we all have the ability, the responsibility, and might I also add moral obligation to do our part to answer Dr. Kings call to do something for others. Individually and collectively, our efforts can produce positive change. The Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday is the only federal holiday observed as a national day of service. It has been called a day on, not a day off. The holiday is past but the need still exists. Right here in our communities there are ample opportunities to lend a hand. There are soup kitchens that have room for a few helpers, mentoring programs that need caring volunteers, neighborhood parks that need cleaning, sports teams needing coaches and most of all struggling civic and non-profit organizations that need funds. I was left with mixed emotions by the level of participation at the Dr. King observances in our local cities this year. While I must say there was much better participation this year than in previous years. Perhaps the credit is due to the beautiful South Florida weather that we were blessed with this year. Lets take for example the ecumenical service in Delray Beach on Sunday evening. Except for the three members of the clergy who were part of the organizing committee, there were less than five other clergy members present. Now with more than 80 houses on worships in Delray Beach most of them serving people of color that was dismal especially since the weekend was set aside to honor to efforts of a former member of the clergy. Boca Raton also has its share of worship houses. Yet none was represented at this service. Perhaps they were not invited, maybe they chose not to venture across that city limits unless its to go to work, shopping or for entertainment. Whatever the reason was, this has to change. There needs to be a tri-city effort, spearheaded by the clergy to work on making next years event a banner year. To follow the Rev. Kings philosophy, if our people are going to move ahead, they need to be led by the clergy. Mondays observances gave me hope though. The annual breakfast at the Delray Beach Golf Club was once again the highlight of the weekend. The standing roomonly program was comprised of all segments of the community. And those who did not care to be up that early took park in the walk later that day. But what was disturbing to me was once the walkers arrived at the Pompey Park Community Center, for the culmination program. The clear message they sent was that, Oh well, I did my part by walking 30 minutes. To that I reply, Dr. King marched miles so we all can share today. The least you could have done was to spend another 30 minutes inside to hear the beautiful program, which included a hearty message by the Mayor Cary Glickstein and a poignant address by Caleb Charles. Depending on how we approach it, this holiday has the potential to is an invitation to look inward and assess our lives. Are we using our gifts to perpetuate goodness? Are we practicing agape, or spiritual love, to live courageously? Dr. Kings dream is still the universalizing impulse of compassion. The remembrance of Dr. King provides us a radical way of moving through crisis and into unbound freedom where we will be redeemed through our resistance to tragedy. As our brother said, unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word. We still have time to for next year. I will start by inviting at least five people to the local Weve Made Progress, Still Theres More Work to be Done Business C.E.OC.O.O. Editorial Interim Editor Managing Editor Online Edition Editor : Associate Online Editor Social Media Software Engineer
Edition 1719for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com EDITORIALS & LETTERS 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 he moved to south Florida. Keep a Good Conversation Going!Humans are social creatures and, as such, have the opportunity of human interaction with other people. By this means one can impart something good to others the mutual sharing of ideas, humor, information, and much more! In most instances, its always great to talk, on account of the countless benefits which this activity always affords to those involved in such exchanges. Yet, or several. A person may talk in the direction of another without being engaged in real conversation. The topic needs to be of common interest to those involved in conversation. In life, even for the most customary activities, one is expected to follow certain procedures, even rules, if the best results are to be experienced. This is most true with conversations as it is with matters of even greater significance! In my title above, I allude to a good conversation. That means that there also exist bad conversations those which dont get off the ground, or others which get nowhere, even if started. A conversation should never be a platform for venting personal frustrations, and especially the negativity one may have for the other, engaged in the same exchange. Obviously, there may often be unpalatable issues which need to be addressed, and the setting for such can and should purpose. In general, however, a conversation can and should be a pleasant activity, with positive goals pre-established, especially a sound impact which the life of each participant should gain. Animosity, usually, accomplishes more animosity. And when such is the case, the conversation will not achieve anything of value; it must as well stop! The same can be said about arguing. Although this function has its place, a conversation will not be pleasant when that becomes its primary aim. People who are eager to find reasons to argue about anything, have failed to find more substantive issues to discuss! Develop sound conversation techniques and procedures, and employ them to the best of your ability, for the sake of impacting another life and keeping your own from being unnecessarily affected by the unpleasantness of widely divergent points of view! Suggestion boxes at companies are being replaced by online ideasubmission systems, according to the Wall Street Journal, a respected business periodical. These systems not only receive ideas for changes and new initiatives, but also allow employees the opportunity to comment and vote on suggestions from other staff members. PricewaterhouseCoopers launched an idea-management website that generated 3,300 new ideas. Although the consulting firm has implemented only 140 of those ideas to date, the ones they did put into use have saved the company hundreds of thousands of dollars. The irony is that too often executives call upon outsiders to evaluate business practices, systems and a variety of other factors that affect revenues and expenses, but fail to consider the insiders that could have the greatest insight. Employees usually know company products and processes better than consultants, since they work with them every day, yet many organizations never ask their staffs for ideas. Years ago, manufacturers implemented quality circles, through which the employees most affected by production decisions would have input into actions taken and what conclusions were reached. In many cases employee advisory groups contributed significantly to greater efficiency and economy. It might not be necessary to create quality circles for your organization, but some purposeful way of soliciting and responding to staff input on important organizational and management strategies could pay great dividends. There is a saying that sometimes it is hard to distinguish the forest from the trees, but it might be wise to periodically consult with those that are most familiar with the trees. The Bible has much to say about this approach to business: Do not be too proud to consult with others. Some executives seem to take the attitude that since they are in leadership positions, they should be expected to have all the answers. There is no rule that says that, and wise leaders encourage staff people to offer their perspectives. Proverbs 12:15 teaches, The way of a fool seems right to him, but a wise man listens to advice. Be receptive to views from a variety of reliable sources. There are many ways of soliciting valued counsel regarding business plans and key decisions, ranging from idea-submission systems to employee and team meetings. By taking full advantage of people and ideas available, the likelihood of success is multiplied. Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisers they succeed(Proverbs 15:22). Value the resources available within your own staff. Often the thinking of consultants is given greater weight because of their However, good stewardship requires proper utilization of the personnel we have within our companies, including involving their insights in critical decisions and practices. Jesus said to them, A prophet is not without honor except in his hometown and in his own household(Matthew 13:57). Do not overlook the wisdom of your staff. If you make the process easy and open for all, they may have ideas that save you thousands. By Rick BoxxINTEGRETY MOMENTS Copyright 2013, Integrity Resource Center, Inc. Adapted with permission from Integrity Moments with Rick Boxx, a commentary on issues of integrity in the workplace from a Christian perspective. gives a biblical approach for doing business with integrity. Bright Ideas Sometimes From Unlikely Sources
10 -Edition 171 www.bocaratontribune.comSpanish River Christian School has two after-school competitive robotics teams that recently competed in the FIRST LEGO League of Florida on Saturday, January 18, 2014 in Boynton Beach, Florida. Both teams, Mission 3.16 Launch and Mission 3.16 Orbit competed in their second Qualifier tournament. Mission 3.16 Launch won a 1st Place Robot Design Award. Both teams have earned the right to compete at the Regional competition in Winter Haven, Florida on February 1, 2014. Robotics competition melds science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) principles along with the excitement of competition to make FIRST the ultimate Sport for the Mind. The SRCS Robotics team, Mission 3.16, has earned the privilege of competing at the State level six of the last seven years and has brought home a trophy four of those years. Spanish River Christian School Robotics teams compete in FIRST LEGO League
Edition 17111for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com Municipal NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune St. Moritz Jewel Thief ArrestedBoca Raton, FL On Thursday, January 9, a male entered St Moritz Jewelry Store, 21310 St. Andrews Boulevard at about 1:30 p.m., and stole an engagement ring and tennis bracelet. The theft was caught on video. On Thursday, January 16, a warrant for a home invasion robbery case was executed in unincorporated Boca Raton. Nicholas Maida was arrested for that crime. Maida not only matched the description of the detective recognized Maida as the theft. The previous theft occurred in in same manner. When questioned by detectives Maida said, There is a lot of people who look like me. One detective recalled that when Maida theft, he told detectives the very same thing. Detectives met with Maidas father and Maidas girlfriend, both who identified Nicholas as the person seen in the St. Mortitz video of the theft. Detectives charged Maida with grand theft.Savvy Resident Noties Police of BurglarBoca Raton, FL On Wednesday, January 22 at about noon, a resident in the 600 block of SW 5th Street called a Boca Raton Police sergeant and told him a young male wearing a fluorescent traffic vest knocked on his door and asked for a Mr. Alexander, and said he was looking for 700 SW 5th Street. The caller described the male and the brown Mercedes, which he had parked in the driveway. Responding officers saw the vehicle in the driveway of 801 Elderberry Way and as it drove away, one officer followed it. The driver drove through the neighborhood, committing several traffic violations before the officer attempted a traffic stop. The driver did not initially stop. However, after driving down several streets, he was forced to stop behind a boat on a trailer, which was obstructing the roadway. Officers made contact with the driver, Dayonte Resiles, who was wearing a bright green shirt and traffic vest. The story Resiles gave officers for being in the area was quickly disproved. The caller identified Resiles as the male with whom he spoke at his front door. Officers arrested Resiles and charged him with loitering and prowling and resisting arrest without violence. Officers found a window punch in Resiles pocket and black and yellow gloves in the center console of the car. Officers also found a womans watch and $1,003 in cash in the scale, laptop computer, camera, an placed throughout the passenger compartment of the car. Officers confirmed that the items belonged to the resident of 801 Elderberry Way, where officer found the rear slider to the home smashed. The resident identified the items as hers. Officers also charged Resiles with burglary to a residence, possession of burglary tools and obstruction.Alert Citizen and O Duty Boca Raton Ocer Spot Car BurglarBoca Raton, FL Just before 3:00 pm Wednesday on January 22, 2014, Boca Raton Police received a call from someone at the Town Center Mall who was watching a suspicious man in the parking lot trying to open the doors to several cars. A Boca Raton Officer, working an extra duty detail, responded and quickly Joel Garcia. The officer kept eyes on Garcia until Tactical Team officers arrived on scene. Once on scene, the officers observed Garcia remove his button down shirt, wrap it around his hand and continue trying various car doors in the parking lot. After approximately 45 minutes, Garcia went into the mall, where undercover detectives continued to watch him. A short time later Garcia exited the mall into the parking lot where he continued to try car doors. Shortly after 4:00 pm, an hour after he was first observed, Garcia found and entered an unlocked car. Tactical Team officers approached the vehicle and observed Garcia rummaging through the center console. Officers ordered Garcia out of the car and placed him under arrest. Garcia told officers that he was going through rough times and had ridden on a bus from Canal Point, Florida with the intent to break into cars and steal money. Garcia was charged with Burglary to Auto and Alert Residents call to Police Results in Arrest of Suspected Home BurglarBy CRA News Service An alert residents call to the police recently led to a suspected burglar getting arrested, police said. Police charged Dayonte Resiles, 19, of Lauderdale Lakes, with fleeing and eluding, burglary to a residence, possession of burglary tools, resisting an officer, larceny, loitering and obstruction. It began Jan. 22 around noon when man who lives in the 600 block of Southwest Fifth Street called police around noon that day to say a young man wearing a fluorescent traffic vest knocked on his door. The man asked for a Mr. Alexander, and said he was looking for 700 Southwest Fifth Street, police said. The resident described the man, later identified as Resiles, and told police he was driving a brown Mercedes, which he parked in the driveway, police said. Officers found the Mercedes in the driveway of 801 Elderberry Way and an officer followed it as the car left. The officer watched as Resiles committed several traffic violations and then attempted to pull Resiles over in a traffic stop. However, Resiles didnt immediately stop and started driving down other streets. He was finally forced to stop behind a boat on a trailer which was blocking the roadway, police said. Officers spoke with Resiles and the story Resiles gave officers for being in the area did not match up, police said. Officers found a window punch in Resiles pocket and black and yellow gloves in the center console of the car. Officers also found a womans watch and $1,003 in cash in the scale, laptop computer, camera, an placed throughout the passenger compartment of the car. The resident of the Elderberry Way home identified those items as hers, and police confirmed it when they saw the homes rear slider was smashed. Jupiter Woman Charged With Stealing from Town Centre MallA Jupiter woman was busted after police said she stole merchandise from a department store at Town Centre Mall. Heidi Falcone, 35, was charged with grand theft. She was released on an $8,000 bond. According to an arrest report, Falcone tried to leave the store with one Michael Kors handbag and three Michael Kors wallets valued at $742 from Macys.
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www.bocaratontribune.com Edition 171B1Section B The Boca Raton Tribune B Section B The Aftermath of EvilENTERTAINMENTLets Go on Vacation!TONYS TIPS See page B3 See page B2See Parade and Gain UnderstandingBy: Skip SheffieldIt sounds like a rather dubious accused of a heinous murder. Same man is exonerated of charges, yet falls victim to bigoted vigilantes. Surprise, The Parade has its lovely and loving moments and is always riveting entertainment. Slow Burn Theatre presents this littleknown 1998 Tony Award-winning Broadway musical through Feb. 9 at West Boca Raton High School Auditorium. The book, by Alfred Uhry and Jason Robert Brown, is based on the true-life incident that rocked Atlanta in 1913. A man named Leo Frank, who managed a pencil factory, was accused of raping and murdering one of his employees, a girl named of her 14th birthday. Thanks to an over zealous, politically ambitious prosecutor named Hugh Dorsey and an anti-Semitic newspaper writer named Tom Watson, the proudly Jewish Leo Frank was railroaded into a guilty verdict. That was not the end of the misfortune that befell Leo Frank, as playwright Alfred Uhry and composer Jason Robert Brown meticulously recount in words and music. The Parade ran on Broadway, but courageous regional theater companies such as Slow Burn have breathed new life into the show. The Parade is indeed a show, directed and choreographed with compassion and understanding by Patrick Fitzwater, with precise musical accompaniment of challenging songs by Manny Schvartzman, lighting by Lance Blank, sets by Sean McClelland and costumes by Rick Pena. Equity professional Tom Anello stars as Leo Frank, and in her role Ann Marie Olson plays his loyal wife Lucille. The mood is set with the Prologue: The Old Red Hills of Home. The parade of the title is to honor Confederate soldiers. These folks are proud of their rebel heritage, and they dont much cotton to Jew boys from New York City like Leo Frank. Though Lucille is also Jewish, she is a daughter of the South. Despite her best diplomatic efforts she cannot overcome the blind bigotry and hatred of Southerners still bitter about losing the Civil War. Though the plot is dire, there are rays of light and hope in some of the tender ballads sung beautifully by Leo and Lucille and the marvelous Slow Burn chorus. Slow Burn co-artistic director Matthew Korinko plays the role of despicable villain Hugh Dorsey. He does not make him a cardboard villain, but himself a victim of blind ambition. Even more villainous is hatemongering writer Tom Watson, played by Rick Pena doing triple duty. The always entertaining Jerel Brown also does triple duty in three widely contrasting roles. The good news about the Leo Frank-Mary Phagan tragedy is that it led to the founding of the Jewish Anti-Defamation League. The local ADL in fact held a talk-back after the first Sunday matinee. Though it is dark and challenging, The Parade is educational and provocative. It is yet another amazing show done by one of most daring, resourceful theater companies in South Florida. Tickets are $40 adults, $35 seniors and $25 students. Call 866811-4111.
www.bocaratontribune.com B2 Edition 171 Section B Entertainment Skip Sheffield By Skip SheffieldAftermath is set in 2000, but the story, inspired by Jan Gross Neighbors, is firmly rooted in the Holocaust of World War II. More than any other country, Poland was affected by the Nazi persecution of Jews. There once were 3 million Jews in Poland. A large number of those were part of the 6 million or more souls lost to the Holocaust. Co-written and directed by Wladyslaw Pasikowski in 2012, Aftermath tells the back story of 120 of those souls in a small Polish town. Pasikowski fashions the story as a mystery-thriller centered on brothers Franciszek (Ireneusz Kalina. Franciszek had left the town and fled to America 20 years ago, after the death of his father. Jozef remained in Poland, tending the family farm. The film begins with the return of Franciszek to his home town to investigate strange circumstances involving his brother. Shortly after disembarking the bus, Franciszeks luggage is stolen. It is a sign of more trouble to come. Josef is in trouble with local authorities for destroying a road. The reason Josef ripped off the asphalt was that he discovered the roads foundation was made with tombstones from a now-vanished Jewish cemetery. Though Josef is a devout Catholic, his moral outrage is such that he has taken it upon himself to save and restore the tombstones and recreate the cemetery. This does not set well with the villagers. Accidents begin to happen to the Kalina brothers. When it comes time to harvest the wheat the communitys harvester is mysteriously broken. When the brothers decided to harvest the wheat the old-fashioned way, by hand, the field catches fire. As the hostility of the villagers rises, so does the animosity between the two brothers. If it werent for the towns kindly, tolerant older priest (Jerzy Radziwilowiez) the Kalina brothers would have no friends at all. The truth is the town holds a terrible secret, and Jozefs mission to make reparations to murdered Jews threatens to expose that secret. Aftermath is quite controversial in Poland and banned outright in some places because it is perceived as antiPolish. The truth of the matter is the Nazis were not the only villains in the Holocaust. They were aided and abetted by sympathizers and people fearful for their own self-preservation. An evil as monstrous as the Holocaust was, it tainted all around it. Rather than being anti-Polish, this film screams Never again! Three stars Fitness Life Randy FineAre You Eating the Food or the Sauce?Sauces have been used for centuries to make unpalatable food tasty. The French while under siege would use them to make rotten meat edible. That is why the French are so good at making delicious sauces. They had lots of practice. If you cannot eat a hamburger and French fries without ketchup and mustard, than are you really eating the sauces or the entree? If I do not have the two sauces, I do not want the entre. So for me, all I have to do is ration the sauce and the entre goes with it. How about pasta? Can you eat it with nothing not even butter on it? How about your favorite salad, can you eat it without dressing? Just reduce the sauce and see what happens to your appetite. If you do this you will more than likely reduce your portion size. You will also find many flavors that you never noticed as the sauces were covering them up as they were supposed to. Think about what you are putting on your food. Do you typically put a lot of sauce on steak, or can you eat it with nothing added? Most people eat it with a little salt and pepper. see how it changes things. Most calories come from the dressing or sauces. The more you understand what you are eating and why, the easier it will be to make small changes that have big long term effects. Remember it only takes 100 extra calories a day to gain about 10 pounds a year. So if you reduce you food by 100 calories a day for a year there goes about 10 pounds. One slice of white bread is 87 and two tablespoons of sugar in your coffee is 98 calories. If you would like your own at email@example.com The Aftermath of Evil
www.bocaratontribune.com Edition 171B3Section B Tonys Tips For Success Are you an honest person with at least reasonable intelligence? All of us likely answered yes, and now you are wondering why I asked. Here is an honest question for you? Do you get more done the day before you go on vacation that you typically do 3 or 4 days before? If you have never wondered why, you should know why you get more done that day, this way you can duplicate your results everyday! Here is a list of ten reasons why you are successful the day before a big vacation. Study these reasons so you can duplicate them everyday 1. The night before the last day of work prior to vacation, you made a list of everything that had to be accomplished. 2. You organized and prioritized that list in order of importance. 3. You accepted the responsibility for doing your work so that you would not leave an added burden to your fellow workers. 4. You made that commitment that, YES! you were going to get it done 5. When you arrived at work the next day, you determined to focus on the task at hand. 6. Realizing that working more closely with your fellow workers would enable you to accomplish more than you could do alone, You became a team player! 7. You disciplined yourself to work on the task at hand. When others tried to engage you in things that distracted you from your task, you politely excused yourself and continued working. 8. You worked with slightly more enthusiasm because, with a clearly defined, exciting goal in sight, vacation without any feelings of guilt for having left behind tasks for someone else to complete. 9. As a result of the previous stage, you were absolutely convinced you were going to be able to complete your tasks so the added benefits of a positive mental attitude came your way. 10. As a result, you became more confident in your duties! As you can see with a clearly defined goal, it is easy to get motivated to accomplish your tasks. Don't give up on your new years goals yet! Stay Motivated and revisit it often! Use the ten reasons above and apply them everyday and you will be as successful as the day you are right before a big vacation! **This is the year we teach Kids How to be C.O.O.L.!** #Confident #Out-Going #Outstanding #Like-ability Stay Tuned for more!Let's Go on Vacation!By Skip SheffieldHigh-goal professional polo is no longer played in Boca Raton, but it is alive and well at an even higher level at the International Polo Club Palm Beach, 3667 120th Ave. South, Wellington. 2014 20-goal tournament play happens at 3 p.m. every Sunday through April 20. Teams are competing for the Ylivisaker Cup, named for former Yale Polo Team captain and Palm Beach Polo and Country Club founder Bill Ylivisaker, continuing through the month of February. March 2 the USPA C.V. Whitney Cup, named in memory of Cornelius Vanderbilt Sonny Whitney and his cousin John Hay Whitney, will be decided. March 9-23 will be play for the 26-goal Piaget USPA Gold Cup, which has been hosted at the IPC since 2007. March 30-April April 20 is the big enchilada: the Maserati U.S. Open Polo Championship, which dates back to 1904. It has been played at the IPC since 2004. The very best polo players in the world compete at the International Polo Club, yet general admission participation. Polo is played on a field 300 yards long and 160 yards wide, which is the largest field in any organized sport. There are six seven-minute, 30-second chukkers in a game, with a brief halftime intermission, at which time spectators are invited to walk the field and stomp down divots in the turf made by the horses hooves. There are four players on a team, with positions 1 and 2 attacking, No. 3 midfield and No. 4 defense. Handicaps in polo range from -2 to 10 goals, which is the highest rating. There are more 10-goal players competing at IPC than anywhere in the world. The photos accompanying this story were shot by Mike Gora at the finals of the Joe Barry Memorial Cup Jan. 26. Valiente emerged victorious over Tonkawa 13-8.See page B4 for photosPonies and Players at International Polo Club Palm Beach
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www.bocaratontribune.com Edition 171B5Section B for news 24/7 go to delraybeachtribune.com Giving a Badly Needed Face-LiftVolunteers from Royal Recovery Resources center gave the walls of Pine Grove Elementary School a badly-needed new look Saturday when they painted the school. The team began by taping off the walls at 7:30 a.m. followed by another team priming the walls. After having pizza for lunch, a third team followed with two coats of yellow paint. They finished their task by 3 p.m. This made such a difference to the students on Monday when they arrived at school, said Delray Beach Police Capt. Michael Coleman, who organized the Paint up Party. What a difference a coat of paint makes. The The principal, Joe Peccia, plans to conduct additional paint up events for the school at 400 SW 10th Street. To help or for more information, call the school at 561-243-6100. Santaluces High Students Read to Starlight Cove ElementaryBy Vickie Middlebrooks As part of Santaluces Highs celebration of Literacy Week, seven male cadets from the JROTC and Criminal Justice Academies volunteered to read to elementary students to help reinforce the importance of reading. The cadets read books aloud to eight Kindergarten classes. The books titles ranged from Ellison the Elephant to Leo the Lightning Bug. The kindergarten students thought that we were actual police officers because of Criminal Justice uniforms so it gave us an opportunity to explain what we do at Santaluces, said Ismael experience and hope that we gave them someone look up to. Dana Asen, the reading coach at Santaluces thinks the experience was an excellent opportunity for the students to be role models for younger students and demonstrate effective reading strategies. This reading activity was only one part of Santaluces Literacy week which also included a Bookmark Photo Op, bookthemed door decorating, a book swap between students, public library card distribution from the Palm Beach County Library System and a school-wide hour of reading called Drop Everything and Read (for student and teachers) and reading themed games during lunch. I love when our students are able to take our message beyond our four walls, assistant principal Amanda Orndorff said. In this case, encouraging younger students that reading is important at all stages of life and to get them reading as early as possible. Santaluces High School looks forward to opportunities like this to work with other schools, she said. Robbery Suspect SoughtThe Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office needs the publics help in identifying a suspect in a strong arm robbery west of Delray Beach earlier this month. The man robbed an unidentified person around 3:30 p.m. at the Delray Market Place at 14775 Lyons Road. brand new Bridges community has apparently attracted the man seen in the composite above. He is targeting elderly shoppers, authorities said. The suspect was last seen fleeing the robbery in a small, blue or black two-door car. The suspect is white, in his mid20s, approximately 5-foot-8 to 6-foot tall with a thin build. Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-8477. Delray Beach Woman Charged in Hit-and-Run CashBy CRA News Ser viceA Delray Beach woman has been charged with a hit-and-run crash, which left a man with torn knee ligaments in his left leg and abrasions on his left hand, right arm and right hand a week after last Thanksgiving, police said. Delray Beach police investigators arrested Crystal R. Bitar, 31, on the Nov. 28 crash. She was released from the Palm $3,000 bond. Bitar was driving a GMC sports utility vehicle that struck Jemsly Asselu, 18, as he was attempting to cross the street at SE 1st Street and SE 2nd Avenue, according to the arrest report. Bitar had stopped at a stop sign and appeared to be letting Asselui cross the street when she attempted a left hand turn and struck him, police said. The crash threw him 10 feet. Asselui said he felt dizzy and kept falling when he tried to stand and asked Bitar to call 9-1-1, the arrest report said. Bitar tried offering money to Asselui, who declined because he wanted medical attention, police said. Asselui snapped a photo of the SUVs license plate and Bitar drove off, according to the report. Witnesses described Bitar and told police she had a child in the SUV. During questioning, Bitar admitted she struck Asselui and that she left the scene after panicking. Police said she never called them after the crash and refused to answer the door when officers went by her home although she told them she was inside.
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Edition 17119for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com BusinessThe Boca Raton Tribune The Dori Slosberg Foundations Road Safety Scholarship Contest Application, InstructionsBy Bito David The Dori Slosberg Foundation invites seniors at Palm Beach County High Schools for a chance to win one of five $2,000 student scholarships. Scholarships will be awarded to the students who create a road safety write an essay on what their unique will be the students call to action and will describe what they think is the biggest issue that faces teen drivers and how they will get their peers to participate and change their behavior. Students must be in their senior year of high school and plan to attend college, trade school or another place of higher education upon graduation where the scholarship funds will be donated into their student aid account. Each winner must notify the Dori Slosberg Foundation as to their chosen college/university or choice of further education as soon as their account has been established. Applications and completed essays will be accepted between Oct. 28, 2013 and Feb. 13, 2014. Applications must be printed from the link on the Dori Slosberg Foundations website www.dorislosberg.org. Your package must include the following: 1) A competed information form and signed parental consent. 2) One essay that contains the details of your road safety campaign should not exceed two double spaced pages. 3) Enclose one statement (in your essay) explaining what makes you qualified to be the person that can create the change that can save young lives on our roads. 4) If you are selected as a winner, you may implement your campaign before the end of the school year and be able to submit a summary of the outcome. 5) Explain how the Dori Slosberg Foundation will be included (PSA Video, Logo Inclusion, as a speaker or attendee of your program). All packages must be mailed, no emails or hand delivered packages will be accepted. Mail only completed forms and essays to: The Dori Slosberg Foundation 7050 W Palmetto Park Road #15-215 Boca Raton, Florida 33433 The Dori Slosberg Foundation encourages the creativity of Floridas teens to develop original programs to save lives and prevent Please visit our website www. dorislosberg.organd the Dori Slosberg Foundation on Facebook to learn more about the foundation and our current road safety programs and campaigns. The Boca Raton Tribune By Quezia Salgado The Shoe Industry is made up of hundreds of manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers. Among them, BBC International stands out as a prominent footwear sourcing agent, representing the largest providers and specialty brands in the world, for more than 30 years. This long history of success is undoubtedly due to the hard work and efforts of BBCs incredible team, but none of it would have been possible without the boldness of its CEO and founder Robert B. Campbell. On a recent interview with Mr. Campbell, the Boca Tribune was able to find out a bit more about this incredible man, who has made such a difference in the community. As a child, growing up in Pittsburgh with his mother and three sisters, the idea of owning a multi-million dollar company, was far from Roberts mind. For six years, they lived in the attic of his grandmothers house, while his mother worked at his grandpas bakery the same bakery where Robert started working at the age of 9. My mother did nothing but work hard; she was amazing and taught us all about respect and ethics, and raised us in a good Christian family. Despite their humble beginnings, Robert says his family never knew the word poor; they never thought of themselves as poor, We always knew we were a lucky and happy family. After his mother remarried, Robert and his family moved to Detroit when he was 15 years old. There Mr. Campbell attended Cass Tech High School, which was rated the countrys #1 tech school at the time. At Cass Tech, Robert was involved with music and athletics, playing in the concert band and football team. working part-time at a local Kinney Shoe store, where his career started. Robert made $35 that first week, but his true goal was to make $100, I never had a goal about being rich because I thought I was rich; making $100 a week at 16 years old, I thought that was the greatest thing in the world. Robert was quickly promoted to store manager, and later regional buyer and started traveling all over the States doing special buys for Kinney. By 1963 Bob became a buyer for F.W. Woolworth, which was Kinneys parent company at the time; there he worked for 9 years, traveling the world as the Developing Director of Footwear. The bureaucracy of big companies became too stressful for Robert, so in 1975 he founded BBC International. He started by himself, with only one secretary, and a few good people who were a great help in encouraging Bob, and are considered mentors to him. One of those was Cam Anderson founder of Footlocker I worked directly with him in Chicago and every time I needed help with anything he was there for me. Another one of Bobs mentors was Harvey Levy, from Pagoda International, he was my competitor, but he said: If you need any help, let me know. Although Robert never had a life plan he always knew that if he focused on something and worked hard at it, he would be successful: My only ambition was to work hard, get ahead, and I knew it would pay that; I was never afraid of failure. This same confidence is what makes Mr. Campbell such an important part of the Boca community. For many years, he has been involved in several charities and organizations, among which is the Boca Historical Society and Museum the official organizer of the Bacchanal Wine & Food Festival. Robert has attended the festival every year since its inception, 12 years ago, and for 2014 he was named Honorary Chair of the event, I think the Bacchanal does fabulous things for the town, and what I like most is that its a local event, it stays within the community. Those interested in attending the Bacchanal have to go through the Boca Historical Society to purchase tickets, and should hurry because this years promises to be one for the memories. With such a record of achievements, not to mention all the awards received for his charity contributions, Robert Campbells example is one worth imitating. From a young kid working at a bakery, to multi-millionaire business owner, Roberts life is a demonstration of what someone can accomplish if they work hard and remain humble and grateful. His advice to young entrepreneurs is simply: Work hard, have a goal, and dont complain! At 76 years old, Mr. Campbells energy and passion for his work remain unchanged; he is undoubtedly a living legend, whose legacy will live on for years to come. Robert Campbell: From Pittsburgh Boy To Bocas Go-To Shoe Guy
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Boca Raton, FL 33428 561-483-4228 Website: www.bocaglades.org Advent Lutheran Church and School 300 E. Yamato Road Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-395-3632 Website: www.adventboca.orgRevival Life Church 4301 Oak Circle Suite 11Boca Raton, FL 33431 Services at Don Estridge Middle School 561-450-8555 Website: www.revivallifechurch.org Grace Community Church 600 W. Camino Real Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-395-2811 Website: www.graceboca.org To have your church listed in the Boca Raton Tribune Worship Directory... Send your information to our mailing address at: Boca Raton Tribune, PO Box 970593, Boca Raton, FL 33497 When in RomeStart a Production CompanyBy: Quezia Salgado Nearly everyone has had at some point in life a History teacher who showed educational videos in class, in an attempt to keep students the topic was the fall of the Roman Empire, or the colonization of the Americas, about 5 minutes into the video students could hardly keep their eyes open, and falling asleep was only natural. The truth is, while those videos contain extremely important information, the style in which the content is presented is far from entertaining. For the most part, educational television shows lack the element of entertainment, and viewers resort to the banality of reality shows. Fortunately, all of that is about to change, thanks to the amazing team of professionals at 3 Amici Studios in Boca Raton. 3 Amici, (Italian for Friend), is an international production company, capable of creating anything from pre to post production, including film, television, theater, industrial, etc., in over 40 different languages. The way the company came together is nothing short of serendipitous. While on a family trip to Italy, Jonathan Resnick, the companys CEO, had the misfortune of having their private tour of the Coliseum cancelled at the last minute. Luckily the tour company made a phone call to Tom Shaker, an artist/professor who happened to be available to give a tour that day. Tom and Jonathan met in a very non-conventional way, He was leaning against the wall, wearing his usual shorts and T-shirt outfit, and smoking a big stogie says Jonathan of his first impression. Needless to say, after about five minutes of talking, the two hit it off, realizing they had many things in common, including their love of movies. Tom has been a producer and performer for more than four decades, and he prides himself as an Edu-tainer, or someone who educates while entertaining. After what turned out to be the most incredible 4-hour tour of the Resnicks lives, Tom had a proposition, Buy me a really nice cigar and Ill give you another four hours of the rest of Rome. They accepted and had a terrific time taking in Toms extraordinary knowledge of the city and the film business. All the while, Jonathan was thinking to himself: If I had such a great experience today, why wouldnt other people want this? And the answer to his question is 3 Amici Production Studios. With an avid interest in history, art, and entertainment, Jonathan realized that much of what is on television is not fulfilling, so he decided to bring in Toms knowledge and talent and create a production company that can offer a product that combines both elements: education and entertainment. When it comes to the style of the shows produced by 3 Amici, the group focuses on merging talent, knowledge and quality. According to Tom The truth is, everyone likes to learn, but no one wants to be taught. With that in mind, as the companys artistic director, Tom came up with several ideas for TV shows that inform viewers in a fun way. Among says there are officially 360 churches in the city of Rome alone, so Rome angle. Each episode covers a specific church and its neighborhood, and is split into four groups: the facts, the fantasy, the faith and the fun. With 15 episodes ready to go, negotiations are underway to broadcast the series. Another exciting series currently in production is Vino Veritas (Latin for In wine there is truth), a half hour show split into three sections which include visits to a vineyard, a restaurant or spa, and someones home. The shows produced by 3 Amici deal with not only history and culture, but also with themes that are a part of everyones life, which is the case with Frequent-Sea Electronics, a boat show hosted by Jonathan Weisser, a boat electronics expert. In Frequent-Sea, the audience can take a look at boating in South Florida through the eyes of J.W., and tag along with him as he fixes everything from a 25-foot boat in someones backyard, to a Russian millionaires yacht. The success experienced by 3 Amici in their first year of life is due to not only Toms talent and Jonathans entrepreneurial boldness, but also to the team as a whole. A production company cant go anywhere without a business manager, and thats where Vickie Sanderson comes in. As 3 Amicis CFO, Vickie runs all the financials to make sure everyone is always reason for the companys success is the hard work of its Director of Communications, Lee Zoretic, and Producer/Editor, Jordan Ackerman. Both Lee and Jordan are graduates of Lynn University, and a great addition to the team as local young talents. 3 Amicis passion for knowledge, and commitment to offering the public a product of the best quality, makes them one of the most promising production companies today. Each member agrees that the key to all they do is team work and communication, and as Vickie said: Weve only been together for one year, and what weve accomplished in this time is absolutely amazing, and thats because we treat it as a team effort. This is a unique group of people who will reach for the stars without reservations, and who are all truly proud of what they do. There is no telling what 3 Amici can or cant do, and audiences all over the world wont have to wait much longer to witness the masterpieces created by this phenomenal team. BUSINESS Jordan Ackerman,Jonathan Resnick, Tom Shaker, Vickie Sanderson, Lee Zoretic
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22 -Edition 171 www.bocaratontribune.com Real EstateThe Boca Raton Tribune Homes Inside and Out Joshua Carlson Joshua Carlson has been a Real Estate Professional/Broker-Agent in the state of Florida for 14 years. He has a passion for educating his clients and walking them through the home buying/selling process. If you have any real estate related questions or topics you would like to hear about, he can be contacted at 561-929-8874 or JoshCarlson.RealEstate@gmail.com The State of Real Estate Charles Wiener Using Your Money Wisely to Purchase a Home: Part 3Setting, Estimating, Analyzing and Planning/Creatingwhats next you ask? The last couple of weeks we have been discussing how to properly prepare for one of the biggest financial decisions you will ever makepurchasing a home! After you have created your budget you are going to want to begin the next step STEP 5: IMPLEMENTING A RECORD KEEPING SYSTEM: The reason for analyzing and planning your future spending is to help you take control of your spending habits. In order to track your finances you must keep record of it. Keep all receipts, both cash and credit, in a file or pocket folder and invest in a small filing cabinet to stay organized. STEP 6: ANALYZING SPENDING RECORDS AND ADJUSTING ALONG THE WAY: This is where you compare actual spending versus estimated spending and figure out where the differences are so you can make the necessary not weekly basis so you can stay on target. These last 2 steps are an ongoing process. Always keep in mind you want to spend less than you make. When you have developed a habit of saving money and you get some budgeting experience under your belt, it is then you are able to focus on saving money to buy your new home. There are 2 different types of costs, one-time costs and long-term costs associated with home ownership. First it is important to get the skills of creating and mastering your budget then we will tackle those different costs. I would like to end this series with 2 of my favorite quotes when it comes to budgeting Luke 14:28-30 Suppose one of you wants to build a tower. Will he not first sit down and estimate the cost to see if he has enough money to complete it? For if he lays the foundation and is not able to finish it, everyone who sees it will ridicule him, saying, `This fellow began to build and was not able to finish. (NIV Bible) The amount of money you have has got nothing to do with what you earn. People earning a million dollars a year can have no money and people earning $35,000 a year can be quite well off. Its not what you earn, its what you spend. Paul Clitheroe Just remember No matter what age you are, it is never too late to start budgeting. Stay Tuned Focus on communities in Boca Raton. So you want to live in New Floresta in Boca Raton. Located between Yamato and Glades road, New Floresta is an un-gated luxury community made up of variety of custom-built, one and two story single-family homes perfectly located in central Boca Raton. The 100-acre development consists of 236 singlefamily homes. Homes were modeled to reflect the Mediterranean heritage of Boca Raton and reflect the contemporary Mediterranean and French Renaissance influences that were brought to Boca by Addison Mizner. Landscaping is lush and the community has been recognized by the Boca Raton Beautification Committee for its contribution to the beautification of the City. lakes approximately 5 acres each that provide a wonderful amenity to the residents. The lots range from to acre with plenty of lakefronts and cul-de-sac lots for privacy. There are always families with kids and pets in this lovely community near Bocas A rated public schools and private schools. The property manager for New Floresta, Natalie Mitchell of Mitchell Management, calls New Floresta a very family friendly neighborhood where people are always looking out for each other. She also boasts with pride that the community is in excellent financial low HOA fees making it a great value. There is great shopping nearby at the trendy Town Center Mall as well as a variety of restaurants and parks including Woodlands Park a short walk away. New Floresta is one of the most sought after communities in Boca Raton for its beauty, kid and pet friendly environment, and upscale life style. New Floresta homes are typically listed from $500,000 to $1,000,000. So You Want To Live In New Floresta, Boca Raton
Edition 17123for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com bocaratontribune.com ColumnistsThe Boca Raton Tribune Michael H. Gora has been certified by the Board of Education and Specialization of The Florida Bar as a specialist in family and matrimonial law and is a partner with Shapiro Blasi Wasserman & Gora P.A. in Boca Raton. Mr. Gora can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. FAITHBy Robert J. Tamasy DIVORCE FLORIDA STYLEBy Mike Gora We sometimes hear people make this statement: Life is a marathon, not a sprint. And theres much truth to that. Many people can look good for a short distance. In fact, in a sprint even a slower person might take the lead for a step or two. But a successful life is not measured in minutes or hours, days or even weeks, but in years. A good start does not guarantee a good finish. However, comparing life to a marathon falls short in one respect. In a marathon, runners compete alone. There might be people along the course to cheer and encourage, and perhaps volunteers offering water or other refreshment. But for the most part, marathon runners engage in a solitary pursuit perseverance, reaching the finish linealone. In real life, however, no one reaches goals or achieves success on their own. Especially the most successful people. Celebrated executives, accomplished physicians, notable inventors, the most famous athletes and entertainers might have had visions and dreams, and worked hard to refine their skills and talents, but they all needed help along the way. Years ago, one of the most popular American TV shows was The Lone Ranger. It featured a lone crusader against crime, determined to right what was wrong did have a faithful companion named Tonto, but the Lone Ranger would suddenly ride into a town, take on the criminals and overcome them, even saying good-bye. The towns citizens would look at each other and ask, Who was that masked man? History teaches that trying to succeed as a lone ranger in the business and professional world is a recipe for failure, even disaster. We all need accountability, administrative support, encouragement, help from people with experience and expertise different from ours to reach our about this. For example: Strength in numbers. Teamwork and mutual support are hallmarks for success in any endeavor. Two are better than on, because they have a good return for their work. If one falls down, his friend can help him up. But pity the man who falls and has no one to help him up!... A cord of three strands is not quickly broken (Ecclesiastes 4:9-12). And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds (Hebrews 10:24-25). Sharpening of focus. Just as the edges of two knives can be sharpened by being rubbed together, people can sharpen one another as they also rub against each other as they work together, often resulting in creative and constructive friction. As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another (Proverbs 27:17). Diversity in capabilities. We each have unique abilities and talents, and by merging them and working together, we can accomplish far more than we ever could working alone. There are different kinds of gifts, but the same Spirit. There are different kinds of service, but the same Lord. There are different kinds of working, but the same God works all of them in all men (1 Corinthians 12:4).Robert J. Tamasy is vice president of communications for Leaders Legacy, Inc., a non-profit organization based in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A. A veteran journalist, he has written Tufting Legacies (iUniverse); Business At Its Best: Timeless Wisdom from Proverbs for Todays Workplace (River City Press); and has coauthored with David A. Stoddard, The Heart of Mentoring (NavPress). For more information, see www.leaderslegacy.com or his blogs, www.bobtamasy.blogspot.com and www. bobtamasy.wordpress.com. Grandparents RightsQ. I was visiting with my trust and estate lawyer last week, and asked him whether, as a grandparent, I had rights to see my grandchildren, after the childrens parents were divorced. He told me that I had rights under a Florida Statute752.01. I remembered that you wrote a column some time ago in which you said that there were no longer grandparent visiting rights in Florida. My son and his wife divorce some time ago. My son moved to Los Angeles, my daughter-in-law remained here with the children. We used to see the kids all the time. Now she wont permit it. Do grandparents have visitation rights under 752.01, or not? A. In 1996 the Florida Supreme Court declared that Florida Statute 752.01 was unconstitutional on its face, and refused to enforce it under facts similar to yours. In reaching this conclusion the Court cited the United States Supreme Courts ruling that such laws, granting grand parents legal rights to their grandchildren, constitute state interference with parental rights granted under the 14th amendment to the United States Constitution, and a violation of the rights of privacy found in the Florida Constitution. Other Florida statutes provide remedies to grandparents and others in the event that the conduct of the childrens natural parents are so damaging that the children are placed in actual danger. That process can lead to termination of parental rights and the substitution of a guardian for the children and their property. The guardian might or might not be a grandparent. A Grandparent, such as you, who tries to bring an action at this time for visitation rights under the long dead 752.01, will be wasting their emotional capital as well as their money. You would probably have to pay the fees of the mothers attorney. In addition, if you attempt to communicate with the child or the remaining parent you may be sues for damages, an No Job For 'The Lone Ranger'
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28 -Edition 171 www.bocaratontribune.comSportsThe Boca Raton Tribune Florida Atlantic Universitys Pablo Bertone of mens basketball and Kimberly Smith of womens basketball have earned StudentAthlete of the Week honors. Bertone scored 17 points in a 68-53 win over Harvard on Jan. 21, one of the biggest wins in school history. In the Owls game on Jan. 25 against FIU, he scored all 19 of his points in the second half and had three steals in a 66-57 loss. For the week, the senior averaged 18 points per game and shot 50 percent from the three-point line. Smith, a senior, led FAU in rebounding, averaging eight boards per game this week. She connected on six three-pointers, extending her streak to 23 games with a three-pointer made. Smith did not commit a single turnover in her 71 minutes on the court. She made a three-pointer at the buzzer at L.A. Tech on Jan. 22 to put FAU within one point in a 64-63 loss. She is on pace to set the FAU record for most three-pointers made in a season. Smith went on to record 17 points in FAUs 82-69 win over North Texas on Jan. 25.FAU's Bertone And Smith Earn Student-Athlete Of The Week HonorsSophomore Pavle Raickovic had an outstanding night on the home court of the de Hoernle Center with 12 points, 12 rebounds and three blocks but couldnt help Lynn Universitys mens basketball team prosper over Saint Leo (16-4, 4-3 SSC) on Saturday night. The Blue & White fell, 78-64, in the Sunshine State Conference matchup and stand at 7-10 overall and 1-6 in conference play. The Fighting Knights were led offensively by Aaron Harrison who had 18 points while the Lions Jerrel Harris had a game-high 23 points. The two teams battled throughout the opening half, with the lead changing three times. Lynns largest lead game at the 17 minute mark when Raickovic had a tip-in to give the Fighting Knights an early 6-2 lead. Saint Leo took the lead at 9:47 when Ryan Wilson made two shots from the charity line. Seconds later Devin Crisosto hit a trey to lead by four. Lynn kept pace with the visitors until the Lions finished the half on a 7-2 run to lead 34-25 at halftime. Lynn trailed by 13 points for the opening minutes of the second half but Saint Leo took its largest lead by 17,54-37, with 10:40 remaining in regulation. The Fighting Knights continued to pressure as the clock ticked down but SLU capitalized on 25-of-29 free throw shots in the half. Brandon Smith cut Lynns deficit to nine with 34 seconds remaining but the Lions held off the late surge for the win. Harrison scored 10 of his 18 points in the second half while Fred Landers followed close behind with eight points. The visitors shot 66.7 percent from behind the arc in the game while holding Lynn Lynn shot 38.5 percent from the field while out-rebounding SLU 36-26. The Lions connected on 36of-43 free throw shots while the Blue & White shot 90 percent from the charity stripe. As a team the Fighting Knights blocked a seasonturnovers. Raickovics Double-Double Cant Lift Mens Basketball over Saint LeoBy: Pedro Heizer Looks as if there will be a press conference in Miami next week after all. According to Patricia Mazzei of the Miami Herald, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez confirmed the Wednesday press conference in which soccer superstar David Commissioner Don Garber will be in attendance as they rally support for a privately funded stadium. The Miami-Dade County mayor's office says negotiations began this week with David Beckham's group, Miami Beckham League Soccer stadium site in Miami. Earlier this month, Commissioner Garber acknowledged Miami's bid but also stated the league would only return to Miami if the situation was ideal. "There's a lot of work that needs to happen," Garber said. "We can't go to Miami without the right stadium solution. David understands that. The city understands that. That's an indisputable fact. We can't have different rules in Miami than we have in any other city. We want to do as much as we can to work with David and Simon Fuller to get something done as quickly as we can." On Tuesday, representatives from Miami Beckham United ran down a list of over 30 possible sites for a soccerspecific stadium in the region in a meeting that lasted over three hours with Mayor Gimenez. Upon the end of the meeting, Mayor Gimenez said they had narrowed it down to five "viable" sites for the potential soccer stadium, with the county-owned land at PortMiami still the groups top choice for a stadium. Beckhams group has promised that the stadium will be 100 percent privately funded, and Gimenez said in November that Dade County could lease county-owned land at the PortMiami site in Biscayne Bay to team owners, who would then build a stadium themselves. Despite the set press conference for next Wednesday, it must be noted that the presser could be nothing more than a "What you must do for MLS to return" message. Garber and MLS officials have done similar press conferences in New York and Orlando before those cites were awarded teams.David Beckham Set to Address Media in Press Conference on Wednesday bocaratontribune.com
Edition 17129for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com SPORTS Ministries: Sunday Morning Worship: 8:30am and 11:00am Sunday School: 9:45am Bible Study: 6:00PM Womens Ministry Mens Ministry Music Ministry Family Ministry Brazilian Worship Service Pastor E. Truman Herring A Place... T o Kno w T ruth... T o Find Lo v e... T o Call Home... Senior Pastor since 1988 The Florida Atlantic University baseball team has been predicted to finish second in the 2014 Conference USA standings, as selected by league coaches. FAU ace Austin Gomber was named to the preseason All-Conference team in FAUs first season in the league. The Owls finished 42-22 in 2013 and advanced to their 10th NCAA Regional appearance. FAU forced extra innings against the No. 1-seed North Carolina before falling to the Tarheels in the championship game. We are looking forward to our first go around in Conference USA, said FAU Head Coach John McCormack. It is nice that the other coaches see our program as a good addition to the league. Gomber, a 6-foot-5-inch southpaw, returns after a sensational sophomore campaign. His 8-4 record led FAU and his ERA of 2.97 led the Sun Belt Conference. Gomber tallied 103 106 innings of work. That is a great honor for Austin, McCormack said. He has worked hard and deserves it.FAU Baseball Picked Second In Preseason Poll, Gomber Named To Preseason All-ConferenceThe Strikers today announced the signing of goalkeeper Oka Nikolov for the 2014 Spring season. The 39 year old, 6 keeper played for Eintracht Frankfurt of the German Bundesliga for 19 years. The terms of his agreement were not disclosed. I am very happy to sign with the club, said Nikolov. The Fort Lauderdale Strikers have a great history, having seen some great German players such as Gerd Mller play with the club. I want to help the team with my experience for their Spring campaign. Nikolov spent 19 years with Eintracht Frankfurt, signing with them in 1994. He tallied a total of 414 appearances, including 229 in the Bundesliga. Nikolov, who was born in Erbach, Germany, but has dual citizenship, also appeared for Macedonias national team five teams during his stellar career. When you have an opportunity to sign a goalkeeper of Nikolovs Strikers Managing Director Tim Robbie. Were very excited to a tremendous asset not only to the Strikers, but to the entire NASL as well. After retiring from the Bundesliga, Nikolov spent last season with the Philadelphia Union of the MLS.Strikers sign German Bundesliga veteran Oka Nikolov for the Spring campaignAfter making its 11th consecutive NCAA Tournament in 2013, the Lynn University mens tennis team looks to return to the national spotlight this season. Picked No. 4 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association preseason poll this past fall, head Coach Mike Perez has planned a competitive non-conference schedule for 2014. from last years Sunshine State Conference runner up squad including All-SSC selections Vlad looks to be promising. Cirla posted an 11-7 singles record last season and was named to the ITA Allhad an impressive rookie season for Lynn, posting an 18-2 singles record near the bottom of the lineup. Also returning for the Fighting Knights is captain Alessio Iannozzi and sophomore Giulio Gomba. Iannozzi put together an 11-8 record, going 3-2 in SSC play, and a 12-3 mark playing as the number three doubles team. Gomba played & White but put together a 6-1 doubles record with Cirla in the number three spot, including 3-0 in conference play. With the addition of seven new members, Coach Perez has high hopes for this team. Roman Turtygin, a graduate student from Novosibirsk, Russia will bring experience to this young squad while Thomas Prokop and Daniel Riggs bring a high-tennis IQ as they fight for a spot in the lineup. Also looking to make an impact for Lynn is Javier Anegon, Ethan Itzkovitz, Zdenek Sevik and Paolo Volpicelli. Itzkovitz ranked amongst Canada and had a successful high school career at American Heritage in Delray Beach, Fla. Volpicelli has already proved his ability this fall after defeating No. 2 seed, Aloua round of the ITA South Regionals. The season kicks off on Monday, February 3, when the Fighting Knights host St. Thomas at 5 p.m. Conference play begins shortly after when the Blue & White host Eckerd and No. 8 Saint Leo on February 15 and 16. Lynn will look for revenge against No. 3 West Florida on March 11, at 2 p.m. The Argonauts defeated the Fighting Knights, 5-4, in the 2013 South Region Finals. A late season trip to Savannah, Ga., will test the Blue & White when they play No. 2 Armstrong Atlantic, who finished as the national runners up last season, and No. 10 Columbus State. Lynn will face-off against rival and defending national champions Barry on April 6, in the regular season finale.2014 Lynn Men's Tennis Season Preview
30 -Edition 171 www.bocaratontribune.comSports NO MORE bor ing routines NO MORE w aiting to use equipment NO MORE pac k ed gyms CONT A CT US NO W to schedule an appointment (561) 362-3234 f inef email@example.com 3500 NW Boca Raton Blvd. Suite 705 Boca Raton, FL 33431 THIS GYM IS JUST FOR Y OU! with Str enght tr aining Functional tr aining Aer obic tr aining First tw o sessions are FREE with no membership or long ter m contract. Private P ersonal T raining Gym The Florida Atlantic University men's basketball team will head out on a two-game road trip this week. FAU will play Charlotte and Marshall on Thursday and Saturday, respectively. The Owls (7-13, 2-3 C-USA)are coming off of a bittersweet week with a huge win over Ivy League foe Harvard on Tuesday but then losing to rival FIU in Miami on Saturday. FAU will play Charlotte on Thursday night. The 49ers (12-7, 3-3) will be trying to snap a twogame losing streak, including a 7169 loss to Rice on Saturday night. Tip-off is set for 7 p.m. From there, the Owls will travel to Marshall to face the Thundering Herd on Saturday. Marshall (7-14, 1-5) enters the week having lost five of its last six games. Game time is set for noon and the game will air on CSS.FAU Men's Basketball Prepares For Latest Conference Road TripBy Chad Beattie BOCA RATON, Fla. It was a beautiful South Florida afternoon and thousands came out for Lynn Universitys successful Seventh Annual Family Fun Day. This nationally-recognized community engagement event brought over 2,000 families on to campus for a free day filled with obstacle courses, bounce houses, rock climbing walls, face painting, food trucks and soccer and lacrosse camps. Wow, what a fantastic day this was, said Alex Perez, Family Fun Day organizer and Director of Marketing and Corporate Relations for Lynn University. Families were coming from all over Palm Beach and Broward Counties for this great event. It is so nice to get our local businesses exposure and give a hassle-free day to families to have fun and relax at. Family Fun Day once again featured the Mini Knights Challenge Fun Run where kids ran a quarter-mile obstacle course and received a medal and free T-shirt upon completion. Lynns student-athlete population came out in full force to support, signing autographs, assisting at all the game stations and even helping out in personal clinics. New to Family Fun Day was the inaugural lacrosse clinic, where over 100 kids came out to learn the fundamentals of the newest college sport in South Florida. Lynns soccer teams followed with its annual clinic for boys and girls of all ages. In addition to bounce houses and clinics, there were special appearances by Ronald McDonald, the Florida Panthers, PBS Kids, Boca Raton Police, SWAT and Fire Departments and food trucks. The NCAA recently announced Lynns Family Fun Day as the Division II Community Engagement Award of Excellence winner for the Sunshine State Conference. This award recognizes institutions that successfully build bridges with communities in which they are located. The Lynn University Family Fun Day was created in 2008, in response to the NCAA Division II community engagement initiative. Dr. Rich Luker formulated the idea based on statistics showing that the United States is approximately a 78% service driven economy and there is no longer an economically derived reason for institutions or organizations to get together socially. The goal of this event, and the initiative, is to provide a place for the community to get together and have a good time.Lynn Hosts Successful Seventh Annual Family Fun Day Like Us On Facebook www.facebook.com/bocatribune
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32 -Edition 171 www.bocaratontribune.com Tribune Sports of See pg. 28 David Beckham Set to Address MLS Miami in Press Conference on Wednesday Lynn Hosts Successful Seventh Annual Family Fun DaySee page 30 Strikers sign German Bundesliga veteran Oka Nikolov FAUs Bertone And Smith Earn Student-Athlete Of The Week HonorsSee page 29