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Young Investor Accused Michael Lohan of Taking Money for Failed biz Local News Media Plays Important Role in Municipal Elections YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR.Nearly 400,000 readers!The Boca Raton TribuneMarch 14, through March 20, 2014for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com See page 29 Communitysee page 10 Businesssee page 3 MunicipalSheri: Be on the Lookout for Phone Scamsee page 3 see page 19SportsStrikers defeat Blue Star Honduras 8-2 see page 11 Send us a picture of you reading The Boca Raton Tribune to firstname.lastname@example.orgFran Robert reading The Boca Raton Tribune THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN LOUDLYN UMBER OF VOTERS THIS YEAR NEARLY DOUBLED COMPARED TO 2011 Susan Haynie is the victor is the race for Mayor of Boca Raton, winning with 57.03% of the votes against her opponent and City Council colleague Anthony Majhess, who took 42.97% of the votes. Haynies years of service on the City Council and her vast experience and knowledge of the City budget, growth management issues and neighborhood concerns, are what made her the peoples choice to become the new leader of this city. The election night watch party was held at Biergarten in downtown Boca Raton, where Susan greeted and thanked supporters: I am so thrilled and so overwhelmed by the support; the citizens have spoken and have chosen me to lead the city forward. It is an honor and it is beyond belief; Im so thankful. There was an atmosphere of energy and enthusiasm, as well as hope for the future of Boca. The number of people who took the time to vote on this election, turned out to be nearly twice that of the last Municipal elections, with almost 11,000 voters.Local News Media Plays Important Role in Municipal ElectionsBy Quezia Salgado While many in the journalism industry believe the field of print journalism is dying and losing to online media and blogging, this years Boca Raton Municipal elections have proven them wrong. In contrast with past elections, the number of people who came out to vote in Boca this year nearly doubled, with almost 11,000 voters. These results are, no doubt, due to not only the efforts of each candidates campaigns, but also to the local medias support. This is especially true to the city council members who used their community media to place ads and spread the word about what they stand for. Re-elected to remain in his position in city council seat B, Michael Mullaugh took 52.23% of the votes against his opponents Mohamed Abdulla, Craig Ehrnst, and Eric Gooden: I feel very vindicated; Ive been on the council for 5 years and I felt that if I simply ran on my record and talked positively about what I have done, and didnt attack anyone, the people would vote for me based on that, and they did, and I am very happy. see page 3
2 -Edition 177 March 14, through March 20, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com consultant Dick Morris will speak at the Gold Coast Tiger Bay Club lunch 11:30 am. to 1 pm March 13 at City Fish Market, 7940 Glades Road across from Florida Turnpike. Register on the site at www.goldcoasttigerbayclub.com or all 561.852.0000 for further information. Susan Haynie, new Boca Council members Robert Weinroth and Scott Singer and returning Council members Michael Mullaugh and Constance Scott. More than 70 supporters of Mayor Susan Whelchel are on a committee to throw her a farewell from public service party the evening of March 26 at the Boca Raton Marriott, a fundraiser organized by the Spirit of Giving Network. Tickets are $50 each, and reservations will be accepted through March 24 at www. spiritofgivingnetwork.com. The 10 candidates who ran for four open seats in Boca Raton, including the mayors chair, collectively raised $548,410. Trail from Via Verde to Spanish River Blvd. are slated for upgrades, similar to Glades Road. down a proposal that would have asked voters to pay an additional 1/2-cent sales tax on everyday purchases. The $110 million collected from the sales tax increase could have paid for road resurfacing, bridge replacements and drainage improvements countywide. how to develop a solid web presence that includes social media? A Web Consultant can do wonders for your online image, just as a PR Marketer can enhance your public persona. Contact Eileen Brown @ Buddy Web Services: Web Development Web Consultant Web Graphics & Logo Design, http:// www.webdevelopmentbuddy.com/. Center. 701 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, 8 p.m. March 13. Visit www.kravis.org for tickets or call 561.832.7469. Wick Theatre and Costume Museum, 7901 N. Fed. Hwy. to March 23. Call 561.995.2333 or visit www.thewick. org for tickets. The 2014/2015 season includes: Swing, Oct. 23-Nov. 16; Mame, 8-Feb. 15; Man of La Mancha, Feb. 26March 22; Oklahoma, April 2-April 26 and Dames at Sea, May 7-24. Order tickets at www.thewick.org or call 561.995.2333. NE 1st St, Delray Beach, presents: Fighting Over Beverley, A Romantic Comedy by Playwright Israel Horovitz, to March 23. Call 561.450.6357 or visit www.artsgarage.org for tickets. Ass Wit of Molly Ivins, to March 16 at the Willow Theatre in Sugar Sand Park, 300 S. Military Trail, Boca Raton. Tickets are $25. Call 561.347.3948, visit www.womenstheatreproject.com, email email@example.com or twtp@ bellsouth.net. March 16 at Sol Theatre, 3333 N. Fed. Hwy. Visit www.eveingstarproductions. org or call 561.447.8829 for more information. through March 22, 2014 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 Rags to March 16 and Dirty Blonde, March 27-April 13. See www.theplazatheatre. net or call 561.588.1820. 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. Arnie Zane Dance company highlight the 2014 Festival of the Arts Boca, to March 15. Call either 561.368.8445 or toll free: 866.571.ARTS or visit www.festivaloftheartsboc.org for more information or reservations. Museum & Education Center acts as a hands on facility for the education of all Palm Beach school students, residents, visitors, and tourists to honor those who served & American History and is looking for donations of Veterans Memoribilia to house and display with your name mentioned on the honor wall. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. As the # 1 Veterans Speakers Bureau in Palm Beach County, they can come to your school, location or organization and educate students and scholars of all ages. Call 561-734-4527 for more information. Counseling, formerly the Center for Group Counseling, has been providing free and low-cost mental health services since 1973 to people of all ages. The Faulk Center provides psychological and mental health counseling to everyone from children to the elderly, including individual, couples and families plus support groups for specific concerns including caregivers, divorce and separation, mens, womens and seniors issues. Call the Faulk Center (561) 483-5300 or visit www. faulkcenterforcounseling.org for more information. Morrie Zryl and Barry Epstein on www.wrpbitv.com discuss the Oscars Thursday at 6 p.m. and Friday at 6 a.m. The Single Moms Club and Veronica Mars opens Friday at the Cinemark Palace and Premiere theatres. of Delray and the Classic Gateway COMMUNITY NEWS PAGE TWOThe Boca Raton Tribune Community News Quote of the Week: INDEX Barrys Buzz Barry Epstein, APR, is a noted public relations, marketing and political consultant based in Boca Raton, president of the Luxury Chamber, the West Boca Leaders networking group and the founder and former president of the West Boca Chamber of Commerce; with a weekly internet television show on the Boca Tribune website. His motto is Public Relations is the enemy of anonymity. Fax column items to 561.451.0000. His column/blog is in the Boca Raton Tribune and on the Boca Tribune website (and click on columnists), on Facebook, as well as on the front page of the Sun-Sentinel/Jewish Journal website. 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Edition 1773for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com March 14, through March 20, 2014 Community News Community NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune By Quezia Salgado While many in the journalism industry believe the field of print journalism is dying and losing to online media and blogging, this years Boca Raton Municipal elections have proven them wrong. In contrast with past elections, the number of people who came out to vote in Boca this year nearly doubled, with almost 11,000 voters. These results are, no doubt, due to not only the efforts of each candidates campaigns, but also to the local medias support. This is especially true to the city council members who used their community media to place ads and spread the word about what they stand for. Re-elected to remain in his position in city council seat B, Michael Mullaugh took 52.23% of the votes against his opponents Mohamed Abdulla, Craig Ehrnst, and Eric Gooden: I feel very vindicated; Ive been on the council for 5 years and I felt that if I simply ran on my record and talked positively about what I have done, and didnt attack anyone, the people would vote for me based on that, and they did, and I am very happy. Mullaugh expressed his gratitude toward all local media outlets, including the Boca Raton Tribune, saying that all publicity has been very helpful and definitely was a contributing factor for his victory. Likewise, newcomer Robert Weinroth, who is the councils new addition in Seat D, has been quite vocal about the role played by the local media and newspapers, which he used to advertise his campaign: The opportunity to present my agenda on line and through the Boca Tribune allowed the electorate to get to know me and my ideas. In the final analysis, the voters got it right. We would be remiss if we didnt, likewise, thank the publishers of the Boca Raton Tribune for giving so much coverage to this election, added Weinroth. The detail and scope of the coverage could not be provided by a paper with a broader circulation. The news team at the Boca Raton Tribune is proud to have been a part of the efforts behind these elections, through the ads, interviews, and website content in support of all candidates. The surveys taken by readers predicted the winners 24 hours before the official results, and as CEO Douglas Heizer said: Community newspapers matter. We are your closest neighbor and we are here to stay. Clearly, concluded Weinroth. The hometown paper is an essential source for local news coverage and the Boca Raton Tribune has answered that need.Local News Media Plays Important Role in Municipal Elections Susan Haynie is the New Mayor of Boca RatonBy Quezia Salgado Susan Haynie is the victor is the race for Mayor of Boca Raton, winning with 57.03% of the votes against her opponent and City Council colleague Anthony Majhess, who took 42.97% of the votes. Haynies years of service on the City Council and her vast experience and knowledge of the City budget, growth management issues and neighborhood concerns, are what made her the peoples choice to become the new leader of this city. The election night watch party was held at Biergarten in downtown Boca Raton, where Susan greeted and thanked supporters: I am so thrilled and so overwhelmed by the support; the citizens have spoken and have chosen me to lead the city forward. It is an honor and it is beyond belief; Im so thankful. There was an atmosphere of energy and enthusiasm, as well as hope for the future of Boca. The number of people who took the time to vote on this election, turned out to be nearly twice that of the last Municipal elections, with almost 11,000 voters. Now former Mayor Susan Whelchel expressed why she believes Haynie came out victorious: Susan Haynie, Mike Mullaugh and Robert Weinroth, represent fair and honest government. I want to thank the people of the city of Boca Raton for being able to see through negative campaigning. Re-elected to remain in his position in city council seat B, Michael Mullaugh took 52.23% of the votes against his opponents Mohamed Abdulla, Craig Ehrnst, and Eric Gooden: I feel very vindicated; Ive been on the council for 5 years and I felt that if I simply ran on my record and talked positively about what I have done, and didnt attack anyone, the people would vote for me based on that, and they did, and I am very happy. Co-owner with her husband Marta Batmasian was very happy to have been one of the people who supported Susan Haynie. As someone in the field of development and investing, she was very aware of who she was voting for: We want to have a modified community that will provide a work, play, and live atmosphere, and that is the reason weve been supporting Haynie. I am certain that she is going to be very fair; I dont think she is biased towards developers because she voted against us in our development project; so I dont want people to be misled that she is going to arbitrarily accept any and all development; she is a very sensible person. I am sure we have better times ahead of us. Susan spoke highly of her grassroots team and thanked everyone who donated: This victory is not about me, its about the community; we fought long and hard and its been quite a journey. I thank my family and everyone who has been with me. This is a wonderful city and it is my honor to lead you forward in this new season. See page B5 for photos
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Edition 1775for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com March 14, through March 20, 2014 COMMUNITY NEWS rfrntrbrrt rfntb n nn ntb tb n tn ttbtt tb ntn ttb ntnn tb nn bn rntnbn tt ntnn tb rrfffn tfbfnfnn f f f rrfntrf ntb Pastor Grew Local Church as he Gave Life to the LordBy Keith Gillming pastor and founder of Cherry Street Baptist Church of Springfield, died Feb. 6 in Boca Raton. He was 88. He was always amazed that God would call a farm boy off the prairies of Nebraska to Dallas Theological Seminary and into the ministry for a lifetime. The beginning of Cherry Street Baptist Church was not auspicious (there were only seven people present that first Sunday in 1959). But soon he drew a lively congregation with his genuine love for people, his commitment to the Bible and his overwhelming desire to spread the message of the word of God to the entire world. Pastor Gillming was known for his great devotion to the Lord and the people he served. Ministry was his life. In his call to the ministry, he promised God that he would do his best to win as many souls as God would allow him to, because he considered each soul as worth the whole world. He was available for everyone and was a soft shoulder to cry on if you needed sympathy, or a resolute mentor if you needed to mend your ways. Gillming modeled a Christian home through his family by his marriage of 65 years to his high school sweetheart, Norma Lewis. His four children are also in fulltime ministry, along with several of his grandchildren. Though he was extremely active as a full-time professor and pastor of a large church, he still found time to invest in his children. His impact on thousands of students is felt worldwide, as he taught Bible and theology at Baptist Bible College for 29 years. Gillming was also president of the Baptist Bible Fellowship International for two terms, from 1999 to 2003. While president, he established the National Church Planting Office for the growth of Independent Baptist Churches across America. gave the Lord his total life and left it all on the field.Community Support Keeps Annual Boating, Beach Party AoatBy Jason Schwartz scrapping the annual Boating & Beach Bash for People with Disabilities this year when he got a burst of financial support from the community. Residents, businesses and nonprofit organizations rallied to fund the event, billed as the nations largest, free, fun-day for people with special needs, their caregivers and family members. One of the things that astounds me living in South Florida, is the way community spirit manifests itself, said one cares, theres a surge of support from surprising sectors, both public and private. Organizers are gearing up for a huge turnout more than 6,000 people from South Florida and beyond will attend the event at Spanish River Park on Saturday, March 22, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. It includes live music, boat rides, face painting and food intended to provide care-free day for people with intellectual and physical disabilities. New to the Bash this year will be low impact sporting events designed to accommodate the abilities of attendees versus their disabilities. Officials at Pinecrest Rehabilitation Hospital at the Delray Medical Center have been working to offer Bash guests numerous fun, sporting challenges including casting for magnetized fish, wheelchair yoga and kite flying. At the centerpiece of the Bash, participants will be invited to enjoy a half hour boat ride aboard dozens of privately owned yachts donated for the day by their owners, most being members of Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club in Boca. United States Coast Guard personnel will be on hand to provide safety and assistance with all water directed activities. Named the Best Community Service Program in South Florida for two years in a row by the Gold Coast Public Relations Council, the Bash has set new standards in the treatment of those with disabilities. This is a day that celebrates diversity and recognizes people for their abilities versus their disabilities, Van Vechten said. Were particularly pleased that were annually hosting more and more veterans with disabilities, many of whom have responded to invitations sent to the 400 Purple Heart recipients living in South Florida, thanks to support from the VA Hospital in West Palm Beach. Started in 2008, the Boating & Beach Bash has grown from 350 attendees in its first year to 2013s record breaking totals of 5,500 guests and 500 volunteers. Our volunteers are extraordinary, says Van Vechten, They bring a level of dedication, support and compassion to this event that Ive never seen anywhere else.
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Edition 1777for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com March 14, through March 20, 2014COMMUNITY NEWS Jewish Cultural Society Hosts Reception to Observe KCOs 17th SeasonBy Carol Lewis Florida Atlantic University recently entertained 80 guests during a LatinCompany Orchestras 17th season and to honor 23-year-old Eric Benaim, the Composition Competition, at FAUs Live Oak Pavilion, Boca Raton campus. presented Benaim, a pianist and music composition major at Florida International University, with a plaque and a $1,000 competition prize. out audience of 2,200 patrons. The Graham Fandrei performed 23 Latin veteran trumpeter Chaim Rubinov, Benaim and Diego Medeiros, the second place winner. After 17 years, I am redefining the concert experience for the orchestra education at FAU Libraries. inviting voices from within the ensemble and of talented young composers. We must stretch our imagination and embrace change to inspire the next generation. featured a fusion of musical styles and influences from his native Venezuela. We tend to hear our own compositions by playing them on our instruments, imagining the sounds in our heads or playing them back from our computers, said Benaim, whose composition includes jazz, Latin and classical characteristics mixed with sensation when great performers include their years of experience and energy as part of the performance. Libraries sixth annual celebration of the lead sponsor for the festival as well, perform music from FAU Libraries traditions and education. In addition to Solomon and Benaim, the reception by William Miller, Ph.D., members Stanley and Dottie Pierce, Bea Samit, Barbara Mandel and Nora Howard and Roz Hoffer; Dr. Edgardo Santos and Maria Santos; Dr. Howard Weiner, and Mike Brewer and Alene Brewer, University Club president. . Di plomat e, Amer i can Boar d of Or al & Maxillof acial sur g er y (561) 368-8880@. 801 109 33486 "With these hands, I have been able to help countless tens of thousands of local residents get rid of pain and suffering." Oral F ac ial Implant Ce nt e r Of Boc a Rat on, P A
8 -Edition 177 March 14, through March 20, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com EDITORIALS/LETTERS EDITORIAL By C. Ron AllenThe Boca Raton TribuneFounded January 15, 2010 Publisher Business C.E.OC.O.O. Editorial Interim Editor Managing Editor Editor Social Media Multiple Myeloma: What is it?Everyone knows about breast cancer and should, but few if anyone other than those affected by myeloma have heard of multiple myeloma. and Gail Young have made it their mission to promote awareness of multiple myeloma. The local residents and a few others have been afflicted with the cancer of plasma cells in blood marrow the second most common blood cancer in the world or are care givers. And they have worked with their city governments to have March declared Myeloma Awareness Month in Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Royal Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Palm Beach County and Ocean Ridge. Myeloma is an incurable cancer of cells in the bone marrow that affects blood cell production and can lead to anemia, infections, bone lesions, vertebral compressions, osteoporosis, severe pain and kidney dysfunction, according to the International Myeloma Foundation. When Zeno first learned he had the disease in October 2013, he was shocked. He had never heard of Myeloma nor did his family or friends. The Delray Beach resident said he has always tried to maintain a healthy lifestyle especially since he opened one of the first natural foods markets in Massachusetts in 1970. Because Myeloma is a rare disease there can be a delayed diagnosis, leading to delayed treatment. The symptoms can be easily dismissed or confused with other medical conditions and overlooked. In Zenos case, he experienced extreme fatigue, kidney problems and arthritic-like pain in his joints. After three months of experiencing these symptoms, he saw a nephrologist and he underwent a kidney and subsequently a bone biopsy. The diagnosis of multiple myeloma was confirmed. For this reason an increased awareness of Myeloma for clinicians and the general public will lead to earlier diagnosis allowing people to live longer. Increased awareness about myeloma will help our local citizens and medical community recognize the symptoms sooner, leading to quicker diagnosis and treatment, Zeno said in an email to me. correspondent Tom Brokaw revealed he was diagnosed at the Mayo Clinic in August and has multiple myeloma. The disease affects more than 100,000 people in the U.S., with an estimated 20,000 new cases diagnosed each year. It causes 10,000 deaths each year and has no known cure. Myeloma is increasing in numbers and is becoming more common in younger patients, with possible links to environmental issues. Exact statistics are not readily available; however Toimil said her mailing list is 74 people, including care givers. About 30 people attend the meetings on the first Mondays at Patch Reef Park Community Center in Boca Raton. We have one guy who drives two hours from Hutchinson Island in St. Lucie County and people from North Broward who attend, she said. I was happy to learn that in this competitive world of raising awareness about the different types of cancers, specific colors and symbols are used to help brand each cancer. The pink ribbon represents breast cancer, which has been by far the most effective. Prostate cancer is trying to make light blue equally recognizable. And yes, multiple myeloma has a color, too burgundy or maroon. Myeloma can include: Bone pain and skeletal fractures, including compression fractures of the spine, which can cause severe pain, particularly in the back. A backache that lasts for months can be a signal that multiple myeloma is affecting bones in the spine and/or the ribs. especially bacterial infections of the respiratory and urinary tracts, which occur because the immune system is weakened. general discomfort caused by anemia (insufficient red blood cells). mental state, depression, and headache, caused by abnormally high calcium levels in the blood (hypercalcemia). leading to fatigue, buildup of fluid in the lower limbs, nausea, and vomiting. vision loss, headache, dizziness, and peripheral neuropathy (numbness, tingling, and burning pain in the extremities) caused by blood that has thickened (a condition called hyperviscosity) due to high levels of protein. and legs caused by a tumor in the spinal column pressing on nerves. In about one-third of patients, multiple myeloma is detected before symptoms appear through routine blood tests that show elevated levels of immunoglobulin proteins. It is therefore really important that everyone work together, or we will not be heard. C. Ron Allen can be reached at crallen@Delraybeachtribune.com or 561-665-0151.
Edition 1779for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com March 14, through March 20, 2014 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. 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. a biblical approach for doing business with integrity. You Cant Postpone the Future!Days, seasons, and years wont ever cease from making their entrance at the time they are supposed to appear. Time has its own unique, regular pace, and will never slow it down just to satisfy your personal ambitions.Tempus fugit is an old Latin expression which simply reminds us that time such reality will move in life with a sense of urgency, fulfilling their tasks and heading toward the Each new day arrives precisely when it is supposed to come. With the succession of time, the future continues to arrive daily to every member of the human race, everywhere around the globe. Personal perceptions may vary, but time remains the same in its Although peoples understanding of time and its use may vary from culture to culture, time will never be different in certain nations of earth as it is in others. Its just what persons choose to do with their hours and days that vary, to the advantage of many or to the disappointment All these obvious affirmations should simply remind every human, anywhere in the world, that you cant postpone the future; it will continue to arrive every day, everywhere, bringing much thats already expected, but also carrying all kinds of surprises, Most individuals who complain of running out of time while chasing a dream or opportunity, in the production of a task still lacking completion, or in seriously budgeting the moments necessary to achieve their goals realistically, can offer no valid argument. wisely observed, the person who really wants to do something finds a way; the other finds an excuse. Which of these two paths are you traversing? Which of them are you earnestly pursuing, to bring you genuine success or to lead you into unnecessary disappointment? Always remember that now Use it productively, creatively, and with the ever-present recognition that you cannot postpone the future, for it will continue to arrive when you may least expect on time, in a pleasant manner, and each of your responsibilities Many universities and corporate trainers teach business ethics from a perspective sometimes referred to as moral relativism. This basically means they do not believe in objective truth; to them, truth is in the eye of the beholder. As a result, according to this way of thinking, whatever an individual regards as right is good enough. Personally, I disagree with this philosophy. If truth is something we can mold and shape according to our desires and preference, then the person that conducts business in an unscrupulous, predatory manner is as ethical as the individual that seeks to uphold the highest standards of honesty and integrity. The Bible describes this type of belief system when it states, everyone did what was right in thousands of years ago, people rejected the existence of objective truth. This is not a modern, 21stcentury concept. As an employer, even if we do not subscribe to moral relativism, it is important to remember everyone has their own worldview, and they live and act according to it. For instance, if they are self-absorbed, they will likely make decisions and act according to what benefits them most. If they make decisions based on family values they have learned, that could be good or it could be bad. What if you discover too late that they were raised by mobsters, swindlers or criminals? You might not like those family values being Although you cannot change or modify the worldviews of individual employees, you can seek to clearly communicate the worldview by which you want your business or department to be run. This is where mission statements, vision statements and value statements are extremely useful. They put on paper the standards, policies, overall goals and objectives the company desires to achieve and maintain. These statements express your beliefs, the foundational principles that govern your practices, offer the big picture of what you hope to accomplish, and verbalize truth as your company perceives it. A big question facing many of us in the business and professional world today is one that was raised by Pontius Pilate, who served as His crucifixion. Pilate asked, What suggesting truth and the right worldview is whatever one wants it to be. However, my experience has taught me that if everything is true, then nothingis true. I have learned the only objective truth that is time-tested and will help you in standardizing and solidifying your company values is the Bible. Psalm 119:152 teaches, Long ago I learned from your statutes that you established them to last forever. Many other verses in that Psalm also affirm the enduring, unchanging truths, precepts and principles established in the Word of God. If you desire to oversee or be part of an ethical workplace, I recommend you establish a worldview that lasts forever, one that does not change according to the need of the moment or shifting whims of society. The Scriptures provide the only source for that. They worked well in the 1st century and they are good for the 21st century as well.Need For An Enduring, Unchanging Worldview
10 -Edition 177 March 14, through March 20, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.comMunicipal NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune couple refused to leave the store after being instructed to do so by the owner. A struggle ensued with BRPD and the couple was placed under arrest. The couple was processed and couple refused to leave the store after being instructed to do so by the owner. A struggle ensued with BRPD and the couple was placed under arrest. The couple was processed and bags that she also selected from a display counter and walked out of the store without purchasing the items. The suspect entered into the passenger side of a waiting white Ford van. Two bottles were recovered. Total value of the theft was $275.93. Boca Raton Police BlotterBoca House Fire Destroys Home, Leaves 3 HomelessFire destroyed a home west of the city on Sunday leaving three people homeless, Palm Beach County Fire Rescue said. The fire broke out in the home in the10300 block of Dorchester Drive, in the Palmetto Pines community, west of State Road 7 and south of Palmetto Park Road around 1:30 p.m. When they arrived, they found heavy flames visible from the front and sides of the home, said Capt. Albert Borroto, Fire Rescue spokesman. Firefighters quickly brought the flames under control. Investigators are trying to determine the cause of the fire, Borroto said. No one was home at the time of the fire, and the American Red Cross is helping the three residents who were displaced.Sheri: Be on the Lookout for Phone ScamThe Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office is warning residents of a new phone scam where a person is claiming to be a high-ranking officer with the sheriffs office. The person then asks the resident to bring them bond money. The sheriffs office says it has received a few calls from citizens alerting them to the scam. So far, the caller is targeting residents in the West Boca Raton area. The Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office advises that it does not make these types of calls and if you receive one, please call PBSO at 561-688-3400.Man facing multiple chargesOn Monday, March 10 at about 2:30 a.m., Boca Raton Police officers were on patrol in the area of 1425 North Federal Highway, when they saw a male walking northbound on the sidewalk pushing a rolling chair with a large flat screen television on it. Officers stopped the male, later identified as Darian Sparkman. Sparkman told officers he was on his way to the pawn shop to sell the television since he was moving. After officers challenged this story, Sparkman provided another account. At this point officers arrested Sparkman for loitering and prowling. Inside Sparkmans backpack, officers found a screwdriver, two digital cameras, an iPod shuffle, socks, and a remote control to a TV. Boca Raton detectives interviewed Sparkman who said he is homeless and hungry and stole the television from a teen center, but he did not know the address. Sparkman told detectives if they would drive him, he could show them where he had stolen it. Sparkman directed detectives to the Velocity center, 119 NW 11th Street. Detectives met with the owner/manager of Velocity who identified all the recovered items as belonging to the center. Detectives charged Sparkman with burglary and grand theft. Detectives were also able to link Sparkman to another burglary, at the First United Methodist Church. During this burglary, two game consoles, a number of controllers and games, HDMI cables and connectors and two surround sound speakers. One of the staff members told detectives that Sparkman admitted to him that he had stolen the items. Detectives checked pawn records and discovered Sparkman had pawned several of the stolen items. When questioned, Sparkman confessed to the theft. Detectives charged Sparkman with grand theft and false verification of pawn ownership.
Edition 17711for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com March 14, through March 20, 2014 Mayor Cary Glickstein presents a SPIRIT Award to Police Department employee Maria Marino Bolan. Pictured on far left is Assistant Chief Heysler is on far right. The SPIRIT Award Program recognizes employees for their exemplary actions in following the Citys core beliefs. Honorees are also recognized for providing exceptional Service through Performance by acting with Integrity, being Responsible, taking Innovative action, and practicing Teamwork. A recognition team selects three quarterly winners who are honored at the Quarterly Service Awards Ceremony. Each winner receives $250 and a certificate of accomplishment. An annual award winner is selected from all the quarterly award winners. This individual is recognized at an Annual Awards Banquet, receive $2,000 and a trophy. Any city employee, resident or vendor can nominate an employee. For more information, visit http:// mydelraybeach.com/humanresources/spirit-award-program.By Fred Hamilton Frederick Clark stole his exgirlfriends car with a 3and 9-yearold girl in backseat, kicked them out in an alley and told them to find their way home around midnight, police said. Police arrested and charged Clark with two counts of aggravated child abuse, two counts of kidnapping and grand theft of a motor vehicle. Police said Clark, 20, took the car Sunday night, drove around for a while, then pulled the car into an alleyway. Clark then grabbed one of the girls by the wrist and pulled her out of the car, one of the girls told officers. She said he told her to take the other girl home, but she did not know the way and was scared. Shortly after midnight, Andre Dildy and his friend saw the girls walking in the middle of the street near SW 7th Avenue and SW 3rd Street, three blocks south of Atlantic Avenue. One of the two girls asked to use their phone, Dildy said. The older one came up to us and started crying, saying can she use our phone to call somebody because her moms boyfriend threw them out of the car, Dildy said. Dildy said he wanted to make sure the girls were safe and took them home. They told us the address, we jumped in the car and took them home. he said. (Their) mom was hysterical. She was crying, but she was happy that they were home. This story was supplemented with information from WPBF-TV. for news 24/7 go to delraybeachtribune.com Police: Man Stole Ex-girlfriends car with 2 kids in Backseat Recognizing the SPIRIT Salute to Excellence Fundraiser to Feature Prime-Silent Auction ItemsBy Jason SchwartzVolunteers are busy putting together the final touches Mentoring Networks Salute to Excellence dinner to recognize community leader and entrepreneur Burt Rapoport as its 2014 Man of the Year. This will be a very classy event and we are checking and cross checking everything to make sure everything go as planned, said Bobby Canatta, co-chair of the event Directors. The event will be March 20 at Bogarts of Boca Raton, 3200 Airport Road. It starts at 6:30 p.m. The evenings attractions will feature performances from local rising youth artists as well as a surprise guest, organizers said. Among the prime-silent auction items will be signed sports and music memorabilia, tickets to cruises and events, gift baskets for The Ultimate Body Spa, a free wine tasting and paintings. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce last year honored Rapoports Restaurant Group with its 2013 Community Excellence Award. The award acknowledges just one business in the United States that has found success in its 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. Fire-Rescue Names Top Fireghter, Civilian EmployeeBy Jason Schwartz Delray Beach Fire-Rescue has named Capt. Sean Gibson its Firefighter of the Year and Plan Reviewer David Herbert as its Civilian Employee of the Year. Gibson, who has served with the agency since 2003, is assigned to the Special Operations station, Station 5, on A Shift. He also oversees the Departments Explorer Post 320, which currently has 17 members. With an extensive volunteer record, Gibson donates his time to city programs as well as several outside organizations. Plan Reviewer Herbert has been with the agency since 2012, after retiring from an extensive fire service His knowledge of fire codes and fire protection systems has resulted in safer buildings for the Citys residents and business owners and, in turn, DBFRs firefighters, his bosses said. Herberts extensive knowledge and experience makes him a tremendous resource in the Fire Safety Division. Traditionally, the Firefighter of the Year is honored by the Elks Lodge at a dinner in his or her honor. Gibson was honored on March 1.
12 -Edition 177 March 14, through March 20, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com Delray Beach Tribune Delray Beach News Rotary Has a Heart Targets Pine Grove StudentsBy CRA News Service DELRAY BEACH The members of the Rotary Club of Delray Beach donated several boxes each weighing an average of 35 pounds to feed hungry children at Pine Grove Elementary School recently. The donation was part of a Rotary project, known as Rotary Has Heart, which used Valentines Day as the target date for the drive. Rotarians, who hope to continue Rotary Has Heart into the upcoming years, brought the food to their regular meeting then transported it to the school at 400 SW 10th St. I am proud of our members because they put their heart into this food drive to make a difference for those who could go hungry this Valentines Day, said Betsy Owen, a retired educator who spearheaded the project and member of the Rotary. We realize many kids in our communities only receive hot meals from the school cafeterias, and this is our way of giving these kids easy to prepare meals at home over the weekend, as well. Organizers said that 67,000 Rotarians in as many as 1,500 clubs in Eastern United States and across the Caribbean Basin collectively made a difference for thousands of families in hundreds of communities from Delaware to Trinidad. This is first and foremost an effort to put food on an empty plate, to fill an empty stomach, to bring a ray of Weatherspoon, president of the Rotary Club. It is also a chance for us to show thousands of communities throughout our zones what Rotarians can do when we engage Rotary change lives. It is a startling reality that in America children go hungry on a daily basis, Weatherspoon said. In 2012, 22 percent of children in the U.S. lived in poverty, organizers said. And almost 16 million children right now live in what is termed as food insecure household. We certainly thank the Rotarians a tremendous need in our school and our families will benefit greatly from this donation. Delray Beachs Rotary has been helping the community since 1948 and is happy to continue assisting and improving the community through other charitable activities such as awarding more than $100,000 in scholarships to local graduating high school seniors and more than $65,000 for Polio Plus, a Rotary International Project to eradicate polio throughout the world. Rotary is a group of civic-minded men and women dedicated to service above self.Short-Lived Thunderstorm Tears Through CityBy CRA News ServiceThunderstorms ripped through the city last week, making a vivid impression by leaving downed trees and branches, knocking out power, postponing flights and cancelling sporting events and after-school activities. Three passengers onboard a sightseeing boat were injured when they were struck by aluminum panels that came loose during the storm. The thunderstorms, between 3 and 6 p.m., packed gusty winds as they rushed eastward across the county. An estimated 1 to 1 1/2 inches fell at Palm Beach International Airport, according to the National Weather Service in Miami. There were no confirmed tornadoes along the Palm Beach County coast, but the strong winds still caused plenty of damage. Departing flights at Palm Beach International Airport were temporarily grounded. Florida Power & Light Co. reported that more than 4,600 customers were without power in Palm Beach County. More than 16,000 customers in Broward and Miami-Dade counties lost power. At Quality Lighting, 2801 S. Federal Highway, the wind ripped an awning off the front of the store. The awning, which is about 10 feet long, flew through the air, went up and over the store, and landed in a vacant lot behind the store, knocking over a wooden fence. We were a little terrified, but it was a little exciting too, said Christy Charbonneau, Quality Lighting manager. Ive never seen anything like it. All the lighting fixtures were jumping up and down, bouncing and we had about eight customers in here scared to death. The storm knocked down a large tree that blocked one of the entrances to the Delray Medical Center on Linton Boulevard. No vehicles or people were in the path of that tree and no injuries were reported, hospital spokesman Ryan Lieber said. Delray Beach Fire-Rescue personnel responded to reports of trees and power lines down in the 2600 block of Albatross Road. Several trees were uprooted in the neighborhood and one large tree lost most of its upper branches into the top and side a townhouse. The tree branches caused damage to the exterior of the building. No one was home at the time of the incident and Fire-Rescue personnel could not enter the home to determine if further damage existed due to the presence of a large dog. The downed tree branches broke a power line behind the home, and required Florida Power and Light workers to respond to stabilize the situation. Fire-Rescue crews were also called to Veterans Park around 3:46 p.m., after three people were injured on the Lady Atlantic. The vessel had left its dock, at 801 East Atlantic Ave., for its regularly scheduled tour but severe weather in the area forced the crew to turn back to the dock. Falling light-weight aluminum panels used as ceiling tile struck three passengers, Donna and Tom and an unidentified person, on a covered rear deck, according to a news release from the department. The tiles may have been dislodged by the heavy winds, according to the release. Paramedics transported the unidentified passenger to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The Bradshaws drove themselves to Delray Medical Center for treatment, Fire-Rescue officials said.Police Urging Caution After Bump-and-rob Crime.By Jason Schwartz Police are cautioning the public to be careful when using ATMs after a man was robbed in what they called a bump and rob robbery recently. The robbery occurred Wednesdays around 1 p.m. outside a Chase Bank branch in the 1000 block of South Federal Highway. The victim told police after cashing a check in the bank, he started to drive away when a white car with two men inside bumped him. When the man pulled over and got out to check his rear bumper, one of the men brandished a handgun, tied his wrist with rope and demanded cash. The victim said he had no money, but one man reached into the mans shirt pocket and removed his cash, according to a police report. The second man tried getting into the victims car but it was locked, police said. The suspects then fled in their car. A rash of bump-and-rob crimes occurred across Palm Beach County in 2011, with some victims blindfolded and carjacked, driven to ATMs and even locked in the trunks of their cars. Police arrested five men who were responsible for the crimes, which took place between May and September. The suspects generally target their victim between midnight and 6 a.m. in areas from Palm Beach Gardens to Delray Beach. The alleged robbers would drive up behind a vehicle, bump the rear of the car just enough to make the driver stop and get out, then rob the driver and any passengers at gunpoint. Police are reinforcing its always important to be aware of your surroundings, and resist your initial instinct to get out of your car if you dont have to. Anyone with information about this crime is asked to call Detective Daniela Quinn at 561243-7867 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS (8477). Callers can remain anonymous.
www.bocaratontribune.com Edition 177B1Section B March 14, through March 20, 2014 The Boca Raton Tribune B Section B March 14, through March 20, 2014 Arts Mr. Peabody & Sherman Hit the Big ScreenENTERTAINMENT See page B2Third Generations Concert March 28 at Lynn UniversityBy Skip Sheffield The third annual Nat Inc. concert, entitled Some Enchanted Evening and starring The Temptations Review featuring Dennis Edwards will be held starting 6:30 p.m. Friday, Wold Performing Arts Center at Lynn University. The show, which raises money for musical instruments and education, will also feature local talent. Boca Raton resident Michaela Paige, who performed in season three of The Voice, will sing. Double Trouble, consisting of Delray Beach twin brothers Rashad and Tashad Gardenhire, and Sons of Mystro, consisting of Malcolm and Umoja McNeish, will also perform. Generation Hope, Inc. was formed in 2008 by the late children: twin sisters Timolin and Casey Cole of Boca Raton. The 501 3 non-profit organization has raised more than $500,000 and benefitted more than 7,000 children with the greatest need and fewest resources. Both Boca Raton Middle School and Boca Raton Community High School have received funding from Nate has Plumosa Elementary School of the Arts in Delray Beach and the Youth Orchestra of Palm Beach County. Our family history is one of musical excellence and charitable giving, stated Timolin Cole. Our father was a trailblazer in the music industry. Our mother Maria sang with Duke Ellington and was known for supporting multiple causes throughout her life. For the past two summers Generation Hope has sponsored a Summer Strings program for Title 1 Palm Beach County Schools at Lynn University. Lynn University has been a wonderful partner for us, said Casey Cole. We are excited to be back at the beautiful Wold Performing Arts Center. Last year Casey and Timolins famous older sister Natalie performed at Lynn University. Natalie has again been invited to participate, if her schedule permits. Natalie goes way back with Dennis Edwards, adds Timolin. He was the lead singer on The Temptations 1969 hit Cloud 9, which won a Grammy Award. He has a Lifetime Achievement Award. Natalie has performed and toured with him. VIP tickets, with premiere seating, private meet-and-greet and open bar at the pre-concert reception, are $350. Donor tickets with priority seating and open bar at the pre-concert reception are $150. General admission tickets with cash bar are $75. Call 561-213-8209 or go to natkingcolegenhope.org
March 14, through March 20, 2014www.bocaratontribune.com B2 Edition 177 Section B You dont have to be a Millionaire to have a MatchmakerJodi Meyer Director/Matchmaker Florida Singles If meeting new people is difficult and online dating sites just arent right for you, it may be time to give Florida Singles a chance. In a world of increasingly busy lifestyles, dating sometimes takes a back burner because people simply dont have the time to go out and find the right partners. This is Director of Florida Singles, come in. Florida Singles, a premiere matchmaking company servicing single clients from Deerfield Beach to Vero Beach and having a huge client base in Boca Raton and Delray Beach, has over 20 years of experience, and takes the guesswork and anonymity out of dating by working with the clients individually to understand their personalities and goals for a relationship. They want a formula that works, Meyer says of her clients, And we give them the opportunity to find someone whos a fit, and not just settle because they have very little options in meeting compatible people. Working with professional matchmakers is completely different from using an online dating site, and for those who are tired of the online dating scene it is a welcome change. The more we speak with people who inquire about our program, the more we see that they are just so discouraged with the quality of people that they are meeting, as well as the whole process of online dating. Meyer says. It becomes a full-time job of weeding out the game players, liars, serial daters and married people, something that our service filters out. So how do you get started? You can set up the one time consultation by calling the office or submitting your information online. You then come in for a one-on-one meeting to build an in-depth profile of your personality, interests, and relationship goals. All candidates undergo a criminal background check, compatibility testing, and screening for emotional and financial stability. Once you have been accepted into the program, youll receive your first match within a week to a week and a half of joining. Florida Singles offers a great support system, holding your hand throughout the whole experience as they personally work towards your individual relationship goals. This service is confidential, private and personal, and clients are anonymous until they are introduced to a match. Meyer, who has appeared on WPTV as a dating expert and has also just filmed an episode for the award winning tv show, Palm Beach Rox emphasizes that you dont have to be a millionaire to have a matchmaker, and Florida Singles caters to single professionals and retired professionals of all sorts. Its not cheap like internet dating, she says, but that way the process is a little more selective, which helps to ensure that only those who are really serious about a relationship join. The extra effort and selectivity pays off, Florida singles has an extremely high success rate as compared to online dating because they meet and screen all of their members and are doing all of the sifting and sorting for you. Dont leave something as important as who you spend the rest of your life with up to chance. Let Florida Singles help you start a meaningful, lasting relationship. Florida Singles, 4440 PGA Blve, suite 407, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410. 561-318-7789. www.florida-singles.com CALL T OD A Y 561-318-7789 FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED FIRST TIME IN 40 YEARS 10% OFFWith this coupon. Not valid with other offers or prior services. Limit one coupon per service call.MM11Save Until You Need Us561-368-5111 plumbingexperts.comE-Schedule 24/7 EMERGENCY SERVICE "The Name Says It All" 561-368-5111Boca's Biggest & Best $3800 OFFWith this coupon. Not valid with other offers or prior services. Limit one coupon per service call.MM11Save Until You Need Us561-368-5111 $4800 OFFWith this coupon. Not valid with other offers or prior services. Limit one coupon per service call.MM11Save Until You Need Us561-368-5111 $5800 OFFWith this coupon. Not valid with other offers or prior services. Limit one coupon per service call.Save Until You Need Us561-368-5111 $6800 OFFWith this coupon. Not valid with other offers or prior services. Limit one coupon per service call.MM11 Save Until You Need Us561-368-5111MM11 TO ADVER TISE WITH YOUR LOCAL MONEY MAILER, CALL (561) 447-6566 380-11-0935 A+ Rated BRT
www.bocaratontribune.com Edition 177B3Section B March 14, through March 20, 2014 Entertainment Skip Sheffield Mr. Peabody & Sherman Hit the Big ScreenThe Rocky and Bullwinkle Show aired from 1959-1964 and continues to this day in television re-runs. The crudely-animated show featured corny puns, satire and selfreferential humor aimed more at adults than children. Peabodys Improbable History was a regular segment of the show. In it a dog named Mr. Peabody and his adopted human boy Sherman would journey back to key moments in a time-travelling device known as the WABAC (pronounced WayBack) Machine. Now Mr. Peabody and Sherman is a 3-D animated feature movie. It is bigger, longer but not necessarily better than the more sarcastic blackand-white original. Still, Mr. Peabody is a lot of nostalgic fun for Baby Boom era adults. I imagine the 3-D special effects have been added to appeal to a younger generation. It was a 12year effort for director Ron Minkoff Peabody a reality. Tiffany Ward, daughter of Ward, served as executive director and creative consultant for the script, based on her late fathers characters and expanded by screenwriter Craig Wright. An all-star cast of voices was recruited, topped by Ty Burrell as Mr. Peabody, the worlds smartest dog, and Max Charles as Sherman, his adoptive human son. The setup comes when Sherman gets in a conflict with snobby Penny Peterson (Ariel Winter) at school and Mr. Sherman tries to mediate with her parents (Stephen Colbert and Leslie Mann) when social worker threatens to remove Sherman from Mr. Peabodys custody. Sherman has been forbidden from using the WBAC machine without Mr. Peabody, so of course Sherman does so in an effort to impress Penny. Sherman and Penny travel to ancient Egypt, revolution-era France and ancient Troy, where they experience misadventures with historic characters. The relationship between Mr. Peabody has been expanded and deepened for the movie. This adds sentimentality that was not in the original, but in aiming the movie at a family market it is smart to emphasize family values.Rating: 1/2 stars A Red-Hot, Very Funny ShowBy Skip Sheffield Barbara Bradshaw made her Boca Raton debut in 1975 in the inaugural season of Caldwell Playhouse for its very first show. She was the title character in the Neil Simon comedy Star-Spangled Girl. It was not a very good play, but Barbara was the best part of the show. Michael Hall obviously recognized talent when he saw it. Bradshaw became the resident leading lady at Caldwell and even taught Theater 101 at College of Boca Raton (now Lynn University). Barbara is no longer an ingnue, but as an actress she is busy as ever and taking on new challenges. Barbara Bradshaw makes her Womens Theatre Project debut in the one-woman show Red Hot Patriot: The show continues through Sunday, March 16 at the Willow Theatre of Sugar Sand Park, 300 S. Military Trail, Boca Raton. Born in California, Molly Ivins had the misfortune to be raised in Texas in an ultra-conservative an oil executive known as General authoritarian right-winger. Of course his rebellious daughter would grow up to be a bleeding-heart liberal. Throughout her career Molly Ivins would insist she was not a liberal, but on the other hand she was contemptuous of lock-step conservatives who trampled human rights and kowtowed to big business. The script, created by Margaret and Allison Engel, is lifted directly from Ivins satirical columns in the Minneapolis Tribune, where she was the first female police reporter; the Texas Observer magazine, New York Times, Washington Post and finally Fort Worth Star-Telegram. As the title indicates, Molly Ivins was very witty. She was also laughout-loud funny as quoted by Bradshaw. Red Hot Patriot is performed without intermission in less than 90 minutes on a spare set resembling a newsroom. There is one wordless walk-on role of copy boy, performed Genie Croft directed the show, but the major lifting is done by Barbara Bradshaw, memorizing a complicated, diverse monologue. I left the Willow Theater with renewed respect both for Bradshaw and for courageous Molly Ivins, who died prematurely at age 62 of breast cancer in 2007. Tickets are $25, but you can get a discount through the Cultural Connection. Call 561-445-9244.
March 14, through March 20, 2014www.bocaratontribune.com B4 Edition 177 Section B S P O T L I G H T 2014 Boca Raton Concours Delegance BOCA RATON, FL (February 28, 2014) The eighth annual Boca Raton Concours dElegance presented by Mercedes-Benz and AutoNation raised more than $1 million dollars for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County. Hosted for the eighth consecutive year at the Boca Raton Resort & Club, the event took place February 21-23, 2014 and featured an amazing weekend of philanthropy, comedy and of course, a stellar automobile and motorcycle display all to benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County.Photo Credit by: Janis Bucher Brian Quail, President & CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County with Jamie McDonnell, chairman of the Boca Raton Concours d Elegance Shari & Travis Leonardi Naty Gonzalez & James McDonnell Brian Quail, President & CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County with Greeters from the Boys and Girls Club Michael Hyman, Alan Goldberg Kathy, David Dickenson & Don Perlyn Dr. Ryan, Allison Green, Gabriella Polyak & Marc Dauer Valerie Kaan, Maxie Kaan-Lilly & Bill Lilly Jonathan Edelman Rita & Rick Case Denise Memole & Jack Jackson Wayne Huizenga & Mike Jackson
www.bocaratontribune.com Edition 177B5Section B March 14, through March 20, 2014 S P O T L I G H T Susan Haynie Results Watch PartySusan Haynie held her campaign watch party at Biergarten in Royal Palm Place on Tuesday night. Hundreds stopped by to watch the results of a hard-fought mayoral race in which she beat out fellow councilman Anthony Majhess. Some of the people in attendance included fellow newly elected councilmen Michael Mullaugh, Robert Weinroth, and Scott Singer. Current Boca Raton Mayor, Susan Whelchel was also in attendance as well as former Boca Raton Mayor, and current Palm Beach County Mayor, Steven Abrams. Batmasian, among others. Below are some photos of the event.
B6 -Edition 177 March 14, through March 20, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com S P O T L I G H T Susan Haynie Results Watch Party
Edition 17719for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com March 14, through March 20, 2014 By Kirsten Fleming A naive young entrepreneur from Long Island says Lindsay Lohans father swindled him out of $50,000, promising to invest his dough in a cleaning product and celebrity reality show but instead leaving him high and dry. he made more than $200,000 as a teen selling rare coins on eBay told The New York Post that Lohans troubled dad, Michael, wooed him by letting him drive his Maserati and try on his Rolex watch, and getting him an invitation to a party at David Hasselhoffs house. I got pictures with David Hasselhoff. I was so excited. I said, said. But the young man said things eventually turned sour between the pair after he repeatedly asked Lohan for some return on his investment and the 53-year-old Celebrity Rehab star kept blowing him off. Squatriglia claimed Lohan asked him to fly to Boca Raton, Fla., where he lavished him with expensive steak dinners and allowed him to drive his fancy car and try on his Rolex. He promised me the world. He took me under his wing. At that point, I knew I was going to invest money with him, and I felt comfortable with him, Squatriglia said. Ventures LLC, to try to produce a reality show called Racing with the Stars, in which celebrities would drive around South Florida in sports cars. Lohan also said he would put some of Squatriglias dough into Vital Oxide, a new disinfectant in which Lohan claimed to have heavily invested. Despite a plea by the young mans parents not to get involved with Lohan, an ex-con who spent three years in the clink for insider trading, Squatriglia wired his new mentor $50,000 on Oct. 22, 2012. Soon thereafter, Lohan invited Squatriglia to Los Angeles, with the then-teen footing the bill. While in LA, he kind of used Lindsay as bait. It captivated my attention. He tried to get me to invest more, as if to say, Look at my daughter. Shes a big movie star, Squatriglia claimed. But Squatriglia began having investors remorse after Michael Lohan who peppered him with daily texts affectionately calling him Lohan told The Post that the pair have a business relationship but said, This kid is twisting everything. Lohan said his reality show never got off the ground because he couldnt secure enough sponsors. He added that he has put Squatriglias money into the cleaning product and blamed the lag in returns on a delay in producing an infomercial.Doctor and Disney Princess Form Boca VIPediatricsA new concept in pediatric care is opening this summer in Boca Raton. Developed by Dr. Chad Rudnick, M.D., and his wife Ashley (a former princess at Disney), Boca VIPediatrics uses a membership or concierge model, which is quickly becoming a widespread phenomenon in the medical world. Members pay an annual fee, in exchange for 24/7 access to the doctor by cell phone, email, and text, in addition to house calls, no wait times at the office, and highly personalized care. Dr. Rudnick even conducts babys first posthospital exam in the comfort of his patients own home. Pediatric medicine at Boca VIPediatrics is never limiting, impersonal, or hurried. Picture the old image of a small town doctor, showing up at your house with a black leather bagbut this time, pulling out an iPad. Progressing with the times, Boca VIPediatrics is using everyday technology to aide in easing parents worries on-the-go. In addition to a central Boca Raton office location, you can submit pictures or videos via text message or email and get a diagnosis on the spot. The Miami Childrens Hospital trained Dr. Rudnick says, My hope is to redefine a service industry that has become, in some cases, about charts, rather than families. I want to practice modern medicine in the old-fashioned way. Dr. Rudnicks wife, Ashley, serves as the V.I.P. Director, embracing her Disney hospitality training to the V.I.P.s (Very Important Patients) at Boca VIPediatrics. With a severely limited patient base, every family is indeed part of the Boca VIPediatrics extended family. Using the Disney hospitality approach, and a highly personalized V.I.P. preference form, little surprises await at every corner, whether its your favorite beverage waiting for you upon entrance to the office, or help to/from your car by the staff, they dont simply use the word V.I.P., they define it. BusinessThe Boca Raton Tribune Young Investor Accused Michael Lohan of Taking Money for Failed biz A Florida TaxWatch-led effort to create an Information Technology (IT) governance structure for the state unanimously passed the Florida House of Representatives on Wednesday. The bill authorizes the creation of the Agency for State Technology, which could save the state more than $20 million annually with an efficiency improvement of just one percent, according to a report from Florida TaxWatch. "Florida TaxWatch applauds the House of Representatives for taking this important step to manage IT costs," said Dominic M. Calabro, President and CEO of Florida TaxWatch, the independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit public policy research institute and government watchdog. "Creating an independent IT agency has been a long-standing recommendation from TaxWatch for more than 10 years. Our state is making great strides to improve the services it provides for Florida taxpayers." TaxWatch has continually called for the support of a state agency with the responsibility and authority for enterprise-wide technology governance. The creation of the Agency for State Technology is one of the key costsavings recommendations included in this year's report from the TaxWatch Center for Government Alexander and Vice-Chair Bob Stork. The report also identifies other opportunities for Florida to save more than $1 billion through enhanced efficiency measures and cost savings. Currently, Florida is the only state in the U.S. without a Chief Information Officer, according to the National Conference of State Legislators, and it tied for last in the nation in terms of state IT structure. This important legislation will help Florida align with IT best practices.Florida Closer to Saving More Than $20 million on Technology
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Edition 17723for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com March 14, through March 20, 2014 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 email@example.com. FAITHBy Robert J. Tamasy DIVORCE FLORIDA STYLEBy Mike Gora 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. If 100 business executives were asked what they considered the characteristics of a good leader, they probably would provide 100 very different answers. But in terms of leaving a lasting legacy, it seems a mark of the best leaders is what remains after they have departed from the scene. Strong-minded, determined and driven leaders often can make things happen, willing their visions and dreams into reality. But a better measure of leadership manifests itself after they leave. How well they have led those under their charge is revealed by what remains. In his excellent book, Good to leaders want to see their companies even more successful in the next generation, comfortable with the idea that most people wont even know that the roots of that success trace back to their efforts. Collins also described notas-great leaders. He said, concerned about their own reputation for personal greatness, (they) often failed to set the company up for success in the next generation. After all, what better testament to your own personal greatness than that the place falls apart after you leave? It is interesting to consider how the departure of two iconic business leaders affected cuttingedge enterprises they founded. Inc., died in October 2011. His vision, creativity and personal magnetism built Apple into the most innovative company of its ways in the late s, the business stumbled mightily until he returned years later. Since his death, Apple again has struggled somewhat, and some experts wonder whether it will ever regain the stature it enjoyed under successful in the next generation? accomplishments, but not all leaders have the same long-range impact. In 1982, Al Neuharths visionary thinking spawned USA Today, the countrys first national newspaper. Time confirmed there was a ready market for it, and he capitalized on emerging technology to facilitate publication of the newspaper from coast to coast. When Neuharth died several months ago, at the age of 89, his legacy was set. After his daily involvement had ended, USA Today became entrenched as a media and communications institution, fulfilling the more successful in the next generation description. The Bible gives numerous examples of next generation thinking. Moses passed the baton passes his mantle to Elisha. The who entrusted His mission to a small band of disciples. Today, countless millions have become Proverbs 29:18 says, Where there is no prophetic vision the people cast off restraint, but blessed is he who keeps the law. vision: Therefore go and make disciples of all nationsteaching them to obey everything I have commanded you (Matthew 28:1920). Clearly they were faithful to their calling, their missions success now extending through countless generations. In your workplace, are leaders casting and modeling vision to be embraced by generations to come?What Remains: The True Test of A LeaderWhats a Charging Lien?Q. I have been on the middle of litigating a divorce case against my husband for about a year. It seems that every day we invent a new issue to argue about. We argue about what assets are marital or not, appreciation of those assets, alimony, child support and legal fees. While I like my attorney I began to think that she was nowhere as sharp as my husbands attorney. I hired a new attorney a couple of weeks ago and dismissed the other. A few days ago my new counsel received a Notice of Charging Lien from my past counsel which asked for about $60,000.00 in fees and costs, such as accounting costs. My new attorney and I went over my first retainer agreement and charging liens are explained as a lien for a lawyers fees on what I ultimately win in the divorce case. My new attorney does not think that my old attorney will be successful in claiming a charging lien but says I will probably have to work out a settlement with the old attorney sooner or later. I dont understand. What do you think? A. Your old attorney has two avenues to use to sue you for her fees and costs. Even if there was no right to a charging lien against the proceeds of the divorce case in the retainer agreement your old attorney could file a breach of contract law suit for your refusing to pay the fees and costs contracted. Depending upon the terms of the retainer agreement you old lawyer might be able to recover his legal fees and costs. Under you contract however you old attorney would not have a lien on your property until she sues you for contract damagers and a judgment is rendered in her favor. Contract cases in circuit civil court take much longer to process than to charging lien cases. Charging lien motions are tried in family court, in front of the judge who heard, or remains hearing your divorce case. Your old attorney would have to prove that his retainer agreement properly allowed a charging lien, and, more importantly, that her work on the case in whole or in part won assets subject to a lien. The property subject to a charging lien can be marital property that you retained, or property that you were given from marital assets which were titled in the name of your husband. Alimony and child support are not subject to charging liens. As a victory in child issues are not monetary and no lien can exist on these rights. Your old lawyers problem in a case like yours is to prove that she substantially contributed to a result which was not attained until long after her termination. She would have to wait until your main case is completed which she would not have to do if she sued in the civil division of the court. It might be best to try to negotiate a discount of the fee, especially if you have the funds to make a reasonably substantial payment immediately.
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Edition 17727for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com March 14, through March 20, 2014Lynn Universitys lacrosse team won its first game in program history, 15-3, on Tuesday night against Leesprogram-best five goals and three assists to set the school record for points in a game with eight. Goalkeeper Taylor Ferrino picked up his first win between the pipes as a college athlete when he turned away 14 shots and allowed just three goals. of the season and first of the night at found him to give Lynn a 1-0 lead. Hunter Fuhr recorded his first career goal 40 seconds later, unassisted, to extend the Blue & Whites lead to opening frame to become the first player in Lynns new program to have a hat trick. Fuhr picked up his Bacarella would both find the back of the net to extend Lynns lead to 7-0. The Bobcats Schuylor Dickerson scored with 1:21 remaining on the clock but Bacarella quickly responded 14 seconds later to regain Lynns seven-goal lead. The 8-1 lead at the end of the first quarter marks the first time in school history that Lynn has led after the opening 15 minutes of play. Lynn opened second quarter with lead 11-1 at halftime. Ferrino stopped a defensive save for the Fighting back-to-back goals extending the Blue & Whites lead to 13-1. LMCs their second goal. Lees-McRae had an opportunity with an open Lynn goal at 5:17 in the fourth but defender Brandon Rothstein stopped a shot with his chest for his first career defensive save. Lynch found the back of the net from 15 yards out for scored one more time, at 1:43, for his third multi-goal game of the season. multi-assist games. The Blue & White won 81.8 percent of its face-offs, a program best. Vincent Genovesi won 12-of-15 while DAngelo won high 10 ground balls while Bacarella, Genovesi and Chase Osterman all caused multiple turnovers on defense. Lynn moves to 1-2 on the season and will depart for its first road trip to Atlanta, Ga., this weekend to take on Shorter (2-4) on Friday, March 14 and Lenoir-Rhyne (3-2) on Sunday, March 16. Face-off versus SU is set for 5:00 p.m. Fans can follow the action live at updated on all the latest happenings with the lacrosse team make sure to Like us on Facebook and follow Instagram. SportsThe Boca Raton Tribune FAU Crushes Maine 15-6 As Bats Come AliveThe Louisville Slugger bats were hot on Wednesday as the Florida Atlantic University baseball team downed Maine 15-6 in Boca Raton. Nine players recorded hits, nine scored runs and seven picked up RBI as the Owls (12-6, 1-2 C-USA) posted a season-high 20 hits. FAUs 20 hits is the most in a game for the Owls since April 30, 2011 when they posted 21 against Troy. Ricky Santiago drove in four runs, including a two-run home run, his third of the season. Redshirt freshman Cain Spangler made a huge step toward becoming a regular in the starting lineup, going 4-for-5 with two doubles, two runs scored and two RBI. Sophomore Brendon Sanger scored three runs while senior Tyler Rocklein reached base safely in each of his six plate appearances. Brandon Rhodes earned his second victory of the season, dealing five innings without allowing an appearances as the Owls struck out six Maine batters. with the loss, giving up five earned runs on three hits and three walks and was pulled in the first inning. The FAU offense sparked in the first inning as the Owls posted five runs on five hits with nine batters reaching base. Billy Endris led off the game with a walk and came and Sanger hit back-to-back singles and Rocklein drew a bases-loaded walk. After a double play that scored Chatham hit a two-run single to left that plated two more runs, putting the Owls on top 5-0. The second inning saw more of the high-powered offensive attack when Sanger and Rocklein led off the frame with back-to-back singles. Santiago hit a sacrifice fly and Spangler hit his first double of the game to increase the FAU lead to seven runs. Maine would post three unearned runs in the top of the third with the help of three hits and an FAU error. The Owls responded in the bottom of the inning when Chatham led off with his first career home run, a solo shot to left field. Endris and Sanger each doubled and Santiago hit his second sacrifice fly in as many atbats to return the lead to seven runs at 10-3. Spangler led off the fourth with a single and stole second before being driven in on an Endris single to left to give FAU an 11-3 lead. The Blackbears rallied in the sixth for three runs on four hits, but left the bases loaded to leave the score at 11-6. Santiagos two-run homer came in the bottom of the seventh, scoring Rocklein who hit his fifth double of the season to get in scoring position. With two outs and two on in the eighth, Rocklein was hit by a pitch to load the bases. Freshman Sean Labsan hit a pinch-hit, two-RBI Lynn Lacrosse Wins Fist Game in Program History Lynns No. 4 Mens Tennis Holds o AUMLynn Universitys fourthranked mens tennis team got back to winning ways on Wednesday afternoon with a 5-4 win over NAIA No. 2 Auburn Montgomery. The overall and 8-6 all-time against the Warhawks. Lynn held a 3-0 lead after doubles play with the biggest victory coming from the Blue & Whites No. 3 duo, Tomas Porkop and Alessio Iannozzi, which defeated second-ranked N. Pinones-Haltenhoff and Miguel Grifol, 8-6. Vlad Cirla and Roman Turtygin won at the No. 2 spot, 8-6, while Danny Riggs and Paolo Volpicelli won 8-2 at the top of the lineup. No. 4 Pinones-Haltenhoff beat Lynns top singles player when No. 17 Cirla retired. No. 9 Zinealabidine the match within one. Riggs pulled out a three set victory, 6-1, 2-6, 6-2, to put Lynn ahead, 4-2. No. 11 Lalami responded with a win over Lynns Volpicelli at the four spot. Iannozzi sealed the win with a 6-1, 6-3 victory over Francisco Mendieta. Turtygin suffered just his second loss of the season to No. 14 Grifol at the sixth spot.
28 -Edition 177 March 14, through March 20, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.comStrikers add Speedster HallThe Fort Lauderdale Strikers today announced the signing of defender Matheau Matt Hall for the 2014 North American Soccer League (NASL) season. As per club policy, the terms of the deal were not disclosed. Hall, 26, comes to Fort Lauderdale with two years of professional experience under his belt, having played with the LA Blues (now Orange County Blues) in USL Pro, the third division of professional soccer in the U.S. The versatile defender is known for his incredible pace and attacking instincts. Matt is the type of player we were looking for at the back, said Strikers Head Coach Gnter player and will add balance to our defense. A forward in his youth, Hall made the transition to the back line during his collegiate career. In 2005 and 2006, he played college soccer at Tyler transferring to Grand Canyon University for his junior and senior years. Hall tallied 18 assists in two seasons for the Lopes. While in college, Hall played for the Hampton Roads Piranhas in the PDL and later with Arizona Sahuaro of the NPSL. He also had stints with the Thunder Bay Chill, Vermont Voltage, and the Las from MLS and Mexican clubs along the waybefore turning pro with the Blues. The right back made 33 league appearances in two seasons with the Blues. Hall recently participated in a training stint with the L.A. Galaxy. Hall is the fourth new addition to the Strikers roster for the upcoming 2014 season. The club has also re-signed 14 players from last seasons roster. More signings are expected to be announced in the coming weeks. Hall will wear jersey number 5 for the Strikers.SPORTS To Start or Not to Start; Mendek Leads Lynn Baseball Past AdelphiRegardless of whether he comes out of the bullpen or starts, Bill Mendek gets it done. The junior right-hander tossed seven shutouts innings in his first start to lead Lynn Universitys 19th-ranked baseball team past Adelphi 8-1 on Monday afternoon. Sal Giardina went 2-for3 at the plate with two runs batted to to 19-4 overall. After going 11-0 with 10 complete games last season at Gloucester Community College, Mendek started the season in relief. The junior from a 2-0 record, five saves and a 0.47 earned run average but showed head coach Rudy Garbalose he may have a tough decision going forward. In his first start of the season, Mendek struck out three batters and allowed only six hits to improve to 3-0 while lowering his ERA to a miniscule 0.34. He also did not record a walk and has now issued 26.1 innings of work this season. Giardina smacked his team-best eighth double of the season to start followed with a RBI single to get the scoring started for Lynn in the second. Michael Stemle then drove in a run in the fourth with a bases loaded ground out to the third baseman. A RBI single by Giardina in the fifth and a two-run error by the Panthers third baseman in the sixth helped push the Blue & White lead to 5-0. Adelphi (1-4) had its chances to put a run on the board, most notably in the second with no outs and the bases loaded but Mendek induced a double-play and struck out the next batter to end the threat. Lynn sent nine batters to the plate in the eighth, scoring three more times to grab an 8-0 advantage. Mike Gonzalez drove home Michael Stemle, who had swiped two bases to get to third, and trotted home following the first of three wild pitches from Ryan Corry. A bases loaded walk to Giardina ended Lynns runs. continued its dominance on the year, senior lefty fanned one in a scoreless eighth while Andrew Melchor struck out two but was on the wrong side of an inning-ending error in the ninth to allow the Panthers only run. Stemle finished the game with three stolen bases and is now 12-13 in stolen base attempts this season. Giardina and DeBellis also extended their streak of reaching base in consecutive games to 23. Shawn Chin and Matheau Hall once played against eachother in the USL, but now are teammates in the NASL with The Fort Lauderdale Strikers
Edition 17729for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com March 14, through March 20, 2014SPORTS Strikers defeat Blue Star Honduras 8-2The Fort Lauderdale Strikers took on local team Blue Star Honduras in a closed-door scrimmage at Lockhart Stadium on Wednesday, March 12th. Blue Star are the reigning Copa Latina Champions, winning the local amateur tournament in 2012 and 2013. The match was dominated by the Strikers who seemed to be playing well together and won the match by a final score of 8-2. The Strikers got on the board Martin Nuez inside the box, and Martin buried it to give the Strikers a 1-0 lead in the first minute of the Martin made a pass to Aly Hassan who hits the bottom left corner of the goal for the 2-0 lead. In the 15th minute, after a slight scramble inside the box, Aly takes a shot that caroms off the keeper and Darnell finds the rebound to make the score 3-0. A few minutes later, Manny Gonzalez sees the keeper playing a little out of position and takes a shot that finds the back of the net from about 25 yards out. The last score of the first half came at the 30th minute when Nuez pass from midfield finds Darnell. The defender misplayed the ball, giving Darnell an opportunity to take the shot that beat Blue Stars keeper. The half ended 5-0 in favor of the Strikers. The Strikers started the second half with just three regulars and eight trialists. Yaikel Perez played up top, with Mark Anderson right behind him, and Stefan Antonijevic the lone Strikers regular in the back. The half didnt start well for the Strikers trialists as the centerback fouled a Blue Star player inside the box. The trialist received a yellow card, and Blue Star scored the shot from the penalty spot. The Strikers continued to pressure but failed to create many chances early on in the half. In the 67th minute, Anderson took a shot from about 25 yards out that rocketed past the keeper, making the score 6-1. Blue Star were able to score again in the half as a beautiful through-ball found the forward who was able to beat the keeper to make the score 6-2. At about the 85th minute, Anderson received a through ball from one of the trialists and was able to slide the ball past the keeper to make the score 7-2. The scoring ended just seconds before the final whistle as Yaikel Perez took a shot from inside the box that found the back of the net, making the final score 8-2. The Strikers next play a friendly against the FAU Owls this Sunday, 4PM and admission is FREE. Boca Raton Tribune 10 x 6.5 2/23; 3/2 FL DANIEL S. NELSON RE LIC BK3223097. WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS RE LIC 1032049. WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS AUC LIC AB2784. BUYERS PREMIUM MAY APPLY. American Luxury WeekMAR 10-14 | 100+ LUXURY PROPERTY AUCTIONS williamsauction.com 800.801.8003Boca Raton Luxury Home AuctionsNominal Opening Bids from $50,000Open 1-4pm Sun March 2 & 9747 Coquina Way 4BR 6.1BA 5,388+/sf in Sun & Surf Club. Master bedroom has ceiling with custom mural, alcove sitting area with wall of windows overlooking waterway and custom flooring. Covered back porch with pool and waterway views. Auctions: 11:45am, Tue Mar 11 on site or bid live from anywhere at auctionnetwork.com 255 SW 14th Pl 3BR 2BA 2,337+/sf with dock in Boca Islands. Living room has angled wood beam ceiling with bar area and opens to slightly elevated dining room. Auctions: 10:30am, Tue Mar 11 on site or bid live from anywhere at auctionnetwork.com 1385 SW 3rd Street 4BR 3BA 3,018+/sf. Built in 1981. Approx .2ac lot. 2-car attached garage. Open floor plan with vaulted ceiling and stone fireplace. Auctions: 9:15am, Tue Mar 11 on site or bid live from anywhere at auctionnetwork.com 6221 NW 23 Way 5BR 4.5BA 3,652+/sf with pool in Broken Sound. Approx .39ac lot. Kitchen has glass front cabinets, a large peninsula breakfast bar and opens to a sunroom-esque breakfast nook. Auctions: 1:15pm, Tue Mar 11 on site or bid live from anywhere at auctionnetwork.com
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