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INTEGRETY MOMENTSArrest for Simple BatteryDestroyed Trust Dicult to Restore YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR.Nearly 400,000 readers!The Boca Raton Tribunefor news 24/7 go to Your Closest Neighbor Send us a picture of you reading The Boca Raton Tribune to ANDRES RODRIQUEZ READING The Boca Raton TribuneJuly 11, through July 17, 2014 Municipal Communitysee page 3Boca Raton Teacher Receives $2500 Grantsee page 9 Pilot Project Brings Safer Roads To Palm Beach CountySee page 5 GOLF LIFE IN BOCA see page 7 see page 21Short and SweetBy Rick Boxx By Stan MooreWater WhistleblowerPossible Delay for Trader Joes By Quezia SalgadoThe long anticipated arrival of the chain grocery store Trader Joes to Boca Raton may be delayed due to certain city regula tions not yet met by the developer. Following the recent announcement for the inauguration of not one, but three stores in South Florida, including one in Boca on September 26th, the expectation among locals continues to rise, but the wait for the grand opening may be extended due to the citys request that all power lines be buried underground instead of over the building.Continue on page 3 In 2008, the Boca Raton Water Depart ments Utility Program Coordinator, Chris tine Ferrigan, informed city management and the Florida Department of Environ mental Protection of problems with Boca Ratons water facilities. Shortly after, the against the city. After Ferrigans initial report she complied with the following investigation. Ferrigan as retaliation for reporting issues that af fected the health of Boca Raton Water cus tomers which she was protected from under Floridas Whistleblower Act, which protects state employees who [disclose] protected information.Continue on page 9


2 -Edition 193 July 11, through July 17, 2014 The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS PAGE TWOThe Boca Raton Tribune Community News Quote of the Week:For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed to us-ward. INDEX 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. Community News Page 3 Municipal News Page 11 Section B Page 13 ColumnistsPage 25 Business Page 27 Sports Page 32 Games Page 35 Marketing Tainara Maciel SalesAndre Heizer Margaux Vicker Phydias Barbosa Data EntryJohn Lahey* Mail Subscriptionsubscription@bocaratontribune.comGraphic DesignMaheli Jardim Joseph FelicianoPhotographersGabriela Heizer,Gabriela Barbieri* Barbara McCormick Interns Mailing Address For General Information: Copyright 2014 by The Boca Raton Tribune. All rights reserved by The Boca Raton Tribune. All submissions and published materials are the property of The Boca Raton Tribune. This publication may not be reproduced in whole or in part without express written consent from The Boca Raton Tribune. The publishers reserve the right to edit all submissions and to reject any advertising or copy they regard as harmful to the publications good or deemed to be libelous. The publisher is not responsible for the articles written by its columnists. The publishers are not responsible for typographical errors, omissions or copy or photos misrepresented by the advertiser. Liability shall not exceed the cost of the portion of space occupied by such error or advertising items or information. All the publisher and not of any individual editorial the opinions of the author and not necessarily those of the publisher. The advertiser and/or the advertising agency is responsible for all content and will assume responsibility resulting from publication of said advertisement in The Boca Raton Tribune.The Boca Raton TribuneYour Closest The friendly community where friends do business with neighbors. AUDIT PENDING Community Papers of Florida West Boca Chamber of Commerce Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce Independent Free Papers of America Paper Chain Council Medical Marijuana is the program at the lunch 11:30 a.m. August 12, featuring Ben Pollara, Campaign Manager at United for Care, the main ing for the approval of Amendment 2 in November. RSVP on the site. at the southeast corner of 441 and Glades Road has been partially solved. Rumor has house and a Pei Wei. Further details about the former Dennys will be forthcoming. Joes Co., which is building a store in Boca Raton, over the retailers alleged noncomplilaws, particularly of meat products. Joel Joseph, chairman of the Made in the USA geles County Supreme Court on allegations the company is selling meat and product misleading and consumers. Many of these products were labeled Product of USA and Mexico, some meat products are labeled Product of Australia, USA, Nicaragua and New Zealand, and similar labels that are inaccurate, misleading and not in compliance with California and Federal law, the com plaint states., has been sold for $280 million paid a premium of 51% to the closing share price on Feb. 19, paying $8 per outstanding share. lanes between Butts Road and FAU in 2019, along with major improvements to the I-95 interchange and overpass. Restaurant this fall at 2146 N. Federal Highway in Boca near Publix. on Glades and Boca Rio roads are hoping be open from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays through July 19 and hopes to reopen in November. Mindy Haas, of Boca Raton, is set to become state PTA president for a two-year term beginning Sunday. more than double last year, and in the past million buying 1200 Palm Beach county homes. loading properties to competitors. Contrary several early institutional investors are pulling of cheap foreclosures, rising prices and an inventory shortfall. ing smartphones, tablets and other hand held electronics opened at 9146 Glades Road, Boca Raton and Massage Heights has opened at Suite B22 #013 Yamato Road. beachfront restaurant, where he will serve as ing specialty license plate. 9,701 sold in 2013 and Florida State University sold 64,270. Fire, the Johnny Cash tribute musical, runs through July 13 at 180 NE 1st St. Delray Beach. Email or call 561.450.6537. runs to July 27 at the Broward Stage Door theatre, 8036 W Sample Rd. Coral Springs. Call 954.344.7765 or visit www.stagedoor for more information and to Performing Arts Center, 4809 W. Atlantic 880-0319 or visit with Shelly Isaacs is every Thursday at 10:30 Movies of Delray 561-638-0020 and 561-968-4545. Visit for more information. on Thursdays at 6 p.m. and Fridays at 6 a.m. can be on too to promote your business. Call Author and physician Dr. Barbara Hales and Dog Trainer extraordinaire Shay Maimoni Premiere theatres. For a Woman opens Again opens at the Movies of Delray and the Picture Show in Tamarac. Tribute Series is 7:30 pm Fridays at the Road, Journey tribute band July 11, U2 by UV U2 tribute band, July 25, Jimmy Stowe and the Stowaways, Jimmy Buffet tribute band Aug 1 and Turnstiles, Billy Joel tribute com for more information. Room theatres, followed by discussion. Call 757.617.1936 for more information. 1190 Boynton Beach Blvd. and Congress Ave. Brain Bowlers sponsors a bowling league for families and children with dis abilities to raise funds and awareness for agencies and children who are void of social interaction. Cost is only $1.38 per game and families can bowl one or two games. There information, call Robert Gottesman at 561-676-2075. Barrys Buzz


Edition 193 3for news 24/7 go to www.bocaratontribune.comJuly 11, through July 17, 2014 Community NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune Boca Raton Teacher Receives $2500 GrantBy Kathryn WohlpartAcross the nation, 30 teachers received grants to help in-class visions come true including one Boca Raton teacher from Don Estridge High Tech Middle School. their impact on their communities. Teachers had the opportunity to write proposals for $2500 grants. The proposals were then voted on and the top six from each region received grants. Farmers has committed to donating $1 million to education in 2014, Estridge High Tech Middle School, was selected from the 1500 submitted proposals lion Teachers selections. The 30 teachers who are receiving grants are exemplary educators and devoted to their students with a clear vision of how to improve learning in their classrooms. Farmers is proud to be able to grant these teachers with the funds necessary to help advance education in communities through out America, said Randy Rice, National Manager of Education Programs for Farmers Insurance. To help her students compete academically the grant to purchase mini tablets to allow students to virtually visit museums and concerts. Using the visuals from the virtual essays using their virtual experiences as a tool. Possible Delay for Trader Joes Fall Opening rf nnntbtnrtnrntbnn nnnttnnnnntttnt nttttnntInvite You and a Guest to a Special Advance Screeningrfat a W. Palm Beach Theater IN THEATERS FRIDAY, AUGUST For a chance to win a complimentary admit-two pass to the advance screening, send an e-mail to ntbnnttnIn the subject line of the e-mail, write GET ON UP. Include your name, address and date of birth in the body of your e-mail. Continued from page 1According to an article in the Sun Sentinel, the city requires underground power lines for all new developments, and it seems that the project developer for Trader Joes hasnt met that demand. Charles Siemon, the attorney representing the developer, explains that this would not only delay completion of the project by the said date, but also reduce the number of the Publix located on Camino Real, you will see they have the same situation and they were not required to have the lines buried, explains Siemon. The grocers developer, through its legal representative, is currently to mitigate the situation, and has made an application for an amendment to the regulations which would delete the request for burying the power lines. locals expressed concern as to why this issue has only been brought to the publics attention now, and wonder if there may have been a disconnect in the communication between the city and the developer in regards to the requirements for under ground power lines. In reference to the issue, both Mayor Susan Haynie and council member Michael Mullaugh have said this requirement has always been in place for new developments in the downtown area, and that they dont see why the developers willingness to resolve this issue, We dont want to hurt Trader Joes come to a resolution. The news of possible delay may be cause of disappointment for residents who have anxiously been waiting for this moment, says, Ever since I went to one in California when Florida would have one, because I have great deals and its interesting to see all the items they carry. As discussions continue between the de goes on and no changes have been made to the opening date. the community Redevelopment Agency in a meeting set for July 21st.


4 -Edition 193 July 11, through July 17, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.comCommunity News The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS FOURTH ANNUAL WHITE COATS-4-CARE RECEPTIONKickoff to Boca Chamber Festival DaysPresented and Co-chaired by Bonnie and Jon Kaye, Kaye Communications Thursday, July 31, 2014 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.The New Waterstone Resort & Marina The Atlantic Ballroom 999 E. Camino Real, Boca Raton To attend this prestigious event, a gift to the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University is required: Please Contact: Gisele Galoustian, Director of Public Affairs, Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine Ofce: 561-297-2676 Email: Online Registration: $100 White Coat $250 White Coat Ceremony Sponsor $500 Medical Student Scholarship (based on need) $750 Family/Corporate Medical Student Scholarship Award (based on need) $1,000 Named Seat in the Medical Education Auditoriums (a personalized donor recognition or tribute plate will be placed on the back of each seat) $5,000 Named Medical Student Scholarship FundBeneting: Hosted By: Media Sponsor: SAVE THE DATE Lately, I have met a slew of folks all wanting to have the same old discussions about allocation strategies, historic a l p e r f o r m a n c e top mutual fund managers, price to earnings (PE) ratios, or whatever else their brokers deem to be the hot topic of the day in the shark infested shallows of the stock market noise. Although I am always happy to discuss market related issues, I would rather talk to these people about some misconceptions and problems their brokers dont discuss with them. I really do get frustrated when I hear all the misinformation that is hurled at them. So, let me share with you, Richard's Weekly readers, the same information that I share with them so you can make informed decisions about your finances. Lets talk about the misperception that an investor will eventually get back to even a mentality people cling to today because of past severe market sell offs. Please understand that if four, five or even six years have passed since such a downturn, and inflation is 2 1/2% to 3%, then an investor is not back to even even if their account value equals what it was before the downturn. For example, if an investor had $500,000 five years ago and he is now back up to $500,000, he is not even to where he started because his money would need to have grown to about $565,000 to keep up with a 2 1/2 percent inflation rate. In addition, he has lost the opportunity to gain for those years. If he had gained 4 5% over those five years, his money would have grown to about $625,000. Another problem is that currently people have a false sense of security. I call it the warm fuzzy feeling. Because the market has improved these past few years, many investors are getting that warm fuzzy feeling that everything is okay again and may even get better if the market goes higher. They have been through the panic stage when the market bottomed, then rode through the frustrated stage when the market was treading water for awhile and now are starting to feel better as their account balances improve. Folks, this is what we know. Since 1901 we have had a market correction every five to six years and we are six years in to a recovery. Here is another thing we know 80% of market corrections happen between June and October. Think about that for a second; arent we in the making for a perfect storm? When I ask people what their strategy is to get out of the markets, well, they dont have one. Shouldnt we be talking about how to avoid another significant market correction? Heck, even John Bogle, president of Vanguard, recently said to expect three more significant market corrections of 50% or more before the end of the decade. Or, how about having a discussion about how mutual fund managers are forced by their fund bylaws to stay invested even when the market tanks. Now that would be nice! Another misperception that many people have is that all investments are created equally for purposes of taxes. I often discover that folks have non deductible losses in their qualified (retirement) plans. Why? This is tax inefficiency at its best. Alternatively, they have phantom income from capital gains distributions in mutual funds held in non qualified accounts. Phantom income taxation occurs when an investor is taxed on capital gains even when the portfolio has decreased in value. Most investors are not taught strategies to either avoid or at least lessen the impact of both phantom income in non qualified accounts and nondeductible losses in qualified plans. Lastly, many investors think they have a higher rate of return than their true rate of return. They may think they are getting 8 9% per year, but they have not actually done the math and truly quantified the numbers. In fact, those same investors may only be getting 2 3% because they havent accounted for fees, costs, taxes, and other expenses they are unfamiliar with. These same investors are making decisions about their risk tolerance without knowing their actual rates of return. So, I typically ask two questions that quickly help folks establish their true risk comfort level. First, I ask how their lifestyle would change if they had a 30 50% gain in their investment portfolio. Some folks respond that they might spend or travel a little more, or just feel more secure. In fact, they usually suggest that nothing will dramatically change. Second, I ask how their lifestyle would change if they had a 30 to 50 percent loss in their investment portfolio. Most respond that they would be devastated, would need to move to a smaller home or make some other dramatic change. The fact is this, losses have a more significant impact on an investors lifestyle than does a similar gain. It is time to ask the right questions. It is time to have the important discussions. About The Author: Richard Ehrlich is an independent Financial Retirement Professional and Investment Advisor. Richard has been featured as a financial expert in Bloomberg Business Week, Newsweek, Time Magazine, Fox Business News, and writes a weekly financial column available at Richard Ehrlich, CLU, ChFC, CFS ( ) is the managing partner of The Secure Wealth Planning Group which is committed to improving lives, one retiree at a time through Low Risk, Low Volatility, Secure Wealth Planning. The content is developed from sources believed to be providing accurate information. The information in this material is not intended as tax or legal advice. It may not be used for the purpose of avoiding any federal tax penalties. Please consult legal or tax professionals for specific information regarding your individual situation. This material was developed and produced by Radical Promoting and their editorial staff based on the original articles written by Jeff Cutter in the Falmouth Enterprise. This article has been rewritten for Richard Ehrlich and the readers of the Richard's Weekly. The opinions expressed and material provided are for general information, and should not be considered a solicitation for the purchase or sale of any security. Investment advice is offered by Horter Investment Management, LLC, a Registered Investment Adviser. Insurance and annuity products are sold separately through The Secure Wealth Planning Group, Inc. Securities transactions for Horter Investment Management clients are placed through Pershing Advisor Solutions, Trust Company of America, Jefferson National Monument Advisor, Fidelity, Security Benefit Life, FC Stone and Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. A D V E R T I S M E N T


Edition 193 5for news 24/7 go to www.bocaratontribune.comJuly 11, through July 17, 2014 The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS Saturday, July 12, 2014 Boca Glades Church, 10101 Judge Winiko Rd. Boca Raton, Fl 33428Registration will begin Monday, June 23. Call (561) 483-4228 x 206 for more details. Limit one per child per household. Must live in the Boca area and show proof of residency. Pilot Project Brings Safer Roads To Palm Beach CountyA committee has been formed to identify the best locations for Briteside signs in Palm Beach County as a pilot project and to arrange a partnership with the appropriate government agency that will put the signs in place. The Briteside Safer Roads Program within a community, and donates Briteside are caused by motorists who fail to see criti cal safety signs such as stop signs. highly effective calming solution. They have been used as a critically important part of national road safety programs since 2000 and now the Briteside Safer Roads Program directly to local communities. The project was created by Albert A. Burlando, Rotary Vocational Service Chair man, of the Flagler Rotary Club. The pilot program is 100 percent funded by Mr. Bur lando, who will be donating 1,000 panels for the launch -thats 1,000 intersections that will be made safer. Committee members are fellow Rotarians


6 -Edition 193 July 11, through July 17, 2014 The Boca Raton Tribune EDITORIALS/LETTERS EDITORIAL By C. Ron AllenThe Boca Raton TribuneFounded January 15, 2010 Publisher Business C.E.OC.O.O. Our Writers/Reporters and Columnists Editorial Interim Editor Managing EditorOnline Edition Editor : Social Media A Lesson in American HistoryAs I type this column, I am sitting in a hotel Over the last four days, I have traveled 949.6 miles over four states as part of a six-state tour from Palm Beach County to the 20th Annual Essence Music Festivals Technology Village in New Orleans. And this has been somewhat of a history lesson. About 40 of us are serving as chaperones for these 60 plus students, many of whom are experiencing this trip of a lifetime. The students, from Broward and Palm Beach counties, left Delray Beach on Friday for Atlanta. On Saturday, we visited the home where tored and the museum, which bears much of his writings and artifacts. On Sunday, we visited the historic Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Ala., which was destroyed by a dynamite bomb the years, I learned a lot about the heinous crime but I also learned, on Sunday, that the church had a rich history and a place of prominence in the community even before the bombing. In 1890, one of the pastors of the church founded the Penny Savings in Alabama. visitors have come from all over the world to honor the victims: Carole Robertson, Denise McNair, Cynthia Wesley and Addie Mae Collins. One of the most compelling sites in the as a gathering place for demonstrations in the early 1960s, including the ones in which also offers an audio tour, accessible by cell phone. Earlier today, we toured the newly reno vated National Civil Rights Museum here in ship headed across an ocean. The powerful, visceral exhibit sets the tone for an evocative, newly immersive museum experience that chronicles the history of the civil rights struggle in America. The main section of the museum was reopened in April, the day after the 46th Motel, which was later converted into the museum complex. The museum has undergone a $27.5 million teractive displays and new exhibits, includ ing one recreating a slave ship galley and another portraying the courtroom where legal arguments were presented that led to Supreme Court ruling in 1954. Many original exhibits documenting iconic events in the civil rights timeline remain, including a replica of the bus from the Montgomery Bus Boycott of 1955 and a lunch counter representing the 1960 sit-in campaigns. Unchanged is the exhibit in Room 306 Following that exhibit, we visited the nearby Slave Haven Underground Railroad Museum, a house which features artifacts portraying life in the South during the days passages and trap doors used by runaway chain, all used to restrain and enslave AfriYou are bound to get a different perspective of Memphis history after a tour of that site. I would be remiss if I did not mention that From September 1957 to December 1958, subjects, from race relations to interper sonal relationships. Here is an excerpt from the September 1957 issue of Ebony: Question: My wife and I live in Mississip pi. Our children are becoming conscious of racial differences. We are Negroes, but we do not want our children to grow up hating white people for the wrongs we suffer. How can we prevent this? Answer: You should teach your children at an early age that it is both morally wrong and psychologically harmful to hate anyone. Hate does more harm to the hater than it does to the hated. You must stress the fact that the hate and injustice which have been heaped upon Negroes for many years should be met with love and goodwill. Through such wholesome love on the part of Negroes it will be possible to solve the race problem much more speedily and cre ate a society in which all men may live to gether as brothers. If this attitude gets over to your child at an early age he will grow up with a healthy attitude toward all people. Stay tuned for more as we will head to scheduled to visit the home of the slain State University.


Edition 193 7for news 24/7 go to www.bocaratontribune.comJuly 11, through July 17, 2014The Boca Raton Tribune 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 2014, 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. Destroyed Trust Dicult to RestoreHave you ever considered how much we trust in the gasoline pump to tell us how many gallons or liters (outside of the Unit Also, trusting the pump is properly calculat ing the price per gallon? When I was young I heard stories about gasoline stations manipulating pumps for personal gain. As a result, the petroleum industry and retailers became regulated to protect consumers. If we want to purchase a used car, we are dependent on the salespersons honesty to tell us about the vehicle how it has been driven and maintained, problems it might expect, and other things. When we go to an auto repair shop, unless we are mechanically the problems, tell us what will be required cost. We must trust them. But businesses related to motor vehicles are not the only ones that test our level of trust. Certain types of business lend themselves more to temptation than others because of the potential for misrepresent ing product quality and quantity. Because of the necessity to trust the weights and measures used by the supplier are accurate, customers are often at a disadvantage. As consumers we face a considerable challenge whom can we trust, and how can However, there also is a challenge for businesses, owners and employees. Will they yield to the temptation to provide less than expected, or charge a fee higher than warranted? In reality, short-term gains can easily lead to long-term losses. If you destroy the trust of customers and clients, repeat business that sustains an enterprise can disappear. 19:35 teaches,Do not use dishonest standards when measuring length, weight or quantity. Use honest scales and honest weights.One reason for this teaching is that it is the right, ethical and moral thing to do. Also, once a person or business be customer, only to discover the error after the invoice had already been paid. The error could have been ignored, and the customer one business executive stated, I would Trust is critical in business. Sadly, just one indiscretion can wipe out the trust of your customers and destroy your business. The honesty and integrity, and the consequences of dishonesty and deceit: Deception will be revealed. When one is not forthright and honest with a customer or client, the greatest fear is being discovered. The man of integrity walks securely, but he who takes crooked paths will be found out(Proverbs 10:9). Dishonesty will destroy. Integrity provides security, while dishonest and unethical actions pose constant danger.The integrity of the upright guides them, but the unfaithful are destroyed by their duplicity (Proverbs 11:3).Aiming at Humbleness is a Safe Goal! egocentric individual. No matter how safely hidden those qualities may be, they are always noticeable and most often not appreciated. One can be determined, act decisively in all endeavors and, yet, retain the proper measure of humbleness which facilitates human relations and transactions. On the contrary, most often it is a sign of strength and it enables one to achieve far more than the self-centeredness displayed by those devoid of this human quality! Humbleness is not synonymous with hu miliation, with poverty, ignorance, or any other undesirable experiences or conditions selves perpetually. Truly humble people are Being humble denotes recognition of not eagerness to consult others to guarantee the soundness of ones personal proposals and activities. It is the contrary of forcing ones way in every situation and demanding allegiance to ones self and the ideas one advances! Choosing humbleness as a personal char acteristic is a most safe starting point for multiple positive, enduring achievements! It to pursue and demonstrate by word and deed. It also includes appreciation for what others have to share! On my Twitter account, where I daily post personal ideas for challenge and encourage goal you set for yourself, not a report you are expected to give! In other words, just of itself and do good among those who observe it, plus those who are more directly call attention to it or it loses all its legiti macy! In my youth I heard a report from a friend, which stayed with me ever since. The city of Wilmington, Delaware was just start ing the use of modern city buses, which possessed some new, unique features. This as to experience the comforts of that new bus. As they were reaching their destina when the bus stopped: Step down and the door will open! Unfortunately, those words were not understood and that caused them to remain in the bus until the next stop. By stepping down, one would press on a device which would signal the driver that someone was getting off, and the door would automatically open to the departing passengers. I never forgot that true story because it illustrates that in daily life also, each of us needs to learn to step down in humbleness before doors of opportunity and genuine blessing will open for us!


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Edition 193 9for news 24/7 go to www.bocaratontribune.comJuly 11, through July 17, 2014Municipal News The Boca Raton Tribune Boca Raton Settles with Water Whistleblower SHEARSONFINANCIAL SERVICES,LLCMembers: FINRA, SIPCRichard StorferVice President(561) 866-9800 Guidance for Income Oriented Investors Arrest for Simple Batteryand Elias Amador. A third victim exited grabbed her, dragging her towards his car. and slapped her before the victim managed to free herself and call the Boca Raton arms, and forehead. grab her by the arms and pull her towards the vehicle, according to the police af a part of any physical altercation, stating was arrested for simple battery, given a notice to appear, and released. Discover the AFFORDABLE solution for your stairs. Over 300,000 already have! Our Acorn Stairlift has made such an amazing difference in our lives. I wish we had called sooner!Cheryl W. LIMITED TIME OFFER! $250 OFF*PURCHASE OF A NEW STAIRLIFT!EXPIRES May 31, 2014*Not valid on previous purchases. Not valid with any other offers or discounts. Not valid on refurbished models. Only valid towards purchase of a NEW Acorn Stairlift directly from the manufacturer. $250 discount will be applied to new orders placed before May 31, 2014. Please mention this ad when calling. We are local and in your neighborhood! Call today! CALL THE STAIRLIFT EXPERTS TOLL-FREE NOW FOR YOUR FREE INFORMATION KIT AND DVD! 1-800-691-3065 Helping people stay safe in their homes for over 20 yearsThe WORLD LEADER in stairlifts The MOST TRUSTED name in the industry BUY DIRECT from the manufacturer Works on ALL TYPES of staircases Almost six years later, the city of Boca Raton has settled with Ferrigan for $322,500 for her and $215,000 for her lawyers, a total of $537,500. The settlement came without admission of fault from the city. The city maintained throughout the investigation no violations occurred, and that at all times, there was no threat to the public health, safety or welfare of its customers. strong message to employers that employ ees must be free to report wrongdoing without the threat of reprisal. Ferrigans concerns mainly related to the against reclaimed water water that has been treated to be used safely for most uses According to a 2010 case report from the Division of Environmental Public Health: the City became aware of the violations [regarding the failure to use the proper deceived the FDEP and Division about the Violations. The 2010 case report found that the city could be charged with from $20,870 to $54,070 in penalties. The Palm Beach County Health Department initially de manded the city pay a $50,000 investigation charge for the violations. After an administrative hearing on September 19, 2012, the Health Department charged the city $2,500 for an investigation fee and settled with the city after coming to an agreement on conditions requiring the Boca Raton Water Department to conform to regulation. According to a statement by the Assistant Notice of Violation was not triggered by contamination issues but by delayed test results that caused the city to miss the deadline for submitting water quality reports.


10 -Edition 193 July 11, through July 17, 2014 Noreen Katharine (McGraw) Manella December 29, 1928 June 1, 2014 Francis (Frank) Louis Manella October 9, 1926 July 2, 2014 Noreen was called to join her son Daniel eternal rest on Sunday, June 1, 2014. Born Jefferies McGraw, Sr., MD and Alice Noreen studied theatre and drama at the University of Miami, performing many times at the Ring Theatre. Noreen spent her life entertaining those who became her audience. She was active in community theatre in Florida, Ohio and Illinois. Noreen was a loving wife and wonder ful mother to her eight children. An ardent child advocate, Noreen served as she lived. Her home was always open to her childrens friends and any child in need. During her later years she enjoyed meetings of the Red Hat Society at East Ridge Retirement Village in Cutler Bay, entrance with her signature hat to cap off her ensemble. Noreen was always fun and vibrant and will be missed dearly by her many nieces, nephews, family and friends. ing wife of 62 years, on Wednesday July 2, 2014. Born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA, the son of Maria Antonia and Fran Central Catholic High School. At age seventeen he joined the Navy, proudly served as Radioman Third Class, Asiatica B.A. in Sociology, University of Pitts burgh, a M.A. in Sociology, University of Miami and pursued additional studies in the love of his life, Noreen, at the Church Together they began a life-long journey that created a loving family of eight Vice-President for Development, Asso. Professor of Sociology, Marymount College. In 1969, the family settled tus, Police Training Institute, University of Illinois. An expert in law enforce Swanson Award from the International est honor for distinguished service to children and youth. light and inspiration for their children Daniel E. Manella. They remain a special Nonnie Nini and Poppa to their grandchildren Eric Bulgarelli, Madeleine and Danielle Manella. Memorial services were held for Noreen on June 7th, 2014. A memorial mass will be held for Frank on Saturday, July 12th, 1:00pm, Holy Rosary-St. Richard Catholic Church, 7500 S.W. 152nd Street, Miami FL. His inurnment will follow at Woodlawn Park South Cemetery, 11655 S.W. 117th Avenue, Miami, FL. The Boca Raton Tribune MUNICIPAL NEWS FOR POLICE NEWS 24/7 LIKE US ON F A CEBOOK ObituariesThe Boca Raton Tribune Boca Raton Police Blotter POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA A white female was arrested for shoplifting. She was processed at BRPD and transferred to the PBSO County Jail. TRESPASS Subject was placed under arrest after refusing to leave Nipper`s property after re device. Breath refused. TOT CJ POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA Male and female were arrested for possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia. Breath refused. POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA Male and female were arrested for possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia. PBCJ. MURRAY, TIFFANY SEMONE

PAGE 11 Edition 1931Section B July 11, through July 17, 2014 The Boca Raton Tribune B Section B June 24, 2014 A Career High for Paul Haggis and CastENTERTAINMENT See page B3July Jubilee Backyard Garage Sale invites you to bring your garage sale to July 27th, beginning at 1:00pm at the historic Butler House located at 380 East event is part of the monthly Sundays at the Butler House, a series of events scheduled for the last Sunday of each age-old Banyan Tree, will allow you to be a seller or a buyer as part of a large com munity garage sale. A free concert featuring DYMiN & afternoon. out the south Florida area with their island-themed music. There will also be Aurora Nurses Home Health Care. Entrance to the event is free, with optional purchases for food, gifts, and other adjacent to the Butler House. The event Historical Society and sponsored by City Anyone interested in being a seller may for information. For those interested in renting seller space, the fee is $10 if you bring your own table or $20 Each individual garage sale vendor will be responsible for his or her own sales.


July 11, through July 17, B2 Edition 193 Section B A Career High for Paul Haggis and CastPaul Haggis is one creative fellow. The has topped himself with The Third Per son, which is an allegory about the creative process. winning novelist who has holed himself in a What we learn in the course of Michaels creative struggles is that he only feels through the characters he creates, and Michael is a mightily troubled man. He The affair between Michael and Anna is in a word, tempestuous. Anna is more troubled why. One of the characters Michael creates is Scott (Adrien Brody in his best perfor American who steals Italian fashion designs and has them reproduced cheaply in China. It is no small irony that Scott despises Italy and its people. It is in an Italian bar that Scott encounters woman with a big problem. She has paid 5,000 Euros up front to have her 10-yearold daughter smuggled out of Romania. Now the smuggler is demanding another 5,000 Euros to release the child. ing to do anything to help her out. has the greatest challenges of all. She was a soap opera actress who gave up her career when she became pregnant. Her husband whose career is booming. Their son was permanently damaged by an accident that because by all appearances Julia is irresponsible and has no visible means of support. parent or maybe even if you arent, Julia will tear at your heart. In fact there is a string of career-high per Neeson, who may have been channeling his own anguish over the accidental 2009 death of his wife to create his deeply-troubled, guilt-ridden character. Perhaps I am partial to Third Person because I have attempted to create believable Haggis and his cast. Rating: stars rfntbffrnnbbfbffbfrfbbnrfbrbr rrrfbfrn frrfrr brrrffrbrrrrfbfbfrbfbnrfbffbbfrnrbfb Invite You and a Guest to a Special Advance Screeningrrat a W. Palm Beach Theater IN THEATERS FRIDAY, JULY For a chance to win a complimentary admit-two pass to the advance screening, send an e-mail to fntfbtbnftIn the subject line of the e-mail, write LUCY. Include your name, address and date of birth in the body of your e-mail. LIVING ROOM THEATERS BOCA RATON rfntbr MOVIES OF DELRAY 5 nbfrfrbREGAL SHADOWOOD 16 ttrfnbbrMOVIES OF LAKE WORTH 6 rftrnn NOW PLAYINGGRAND INDEED !An absolute treat. Hilarious, heartfelt and not to be missed under any circumstances.-Pete Hammond, MOVIELINE A LIE THIS BIG ONLY WORKS IF EVERYONE PITCHES IN 8 1 8 5 0 9 9 6 6 9 21335 THE GRAND SEDUCTION BOCA RATON TRIBUNE 5.2" x 7" 1.25" THEATER BASE 4C RUN DATE: 7/11/2014 AD DUE: 7/7/14 CREATIVE VISION: 7/7/14 mech01 Entertainment Skip Sheffield

PAGE 13 Edition 193B3Section B July 11, through July 17, 2014 S P O T L I G H T Gallery 22I n t e r n a t i o n a l 320 Esplanade, Stor e 53 Royal Palm Place Boca Raton, FL 33432 T el: 561 347 1677www .yaacovheller .com Exterior/ Interior Commisions Corporate/ Private Installations SculptureBronzeLuciteGlassSilver PaintingJewelryGifts & much more Rotary Club of Boca Raton Installation Rotary Club of Boca Raton Outgoing President shows off her wrist corsage from Incoming Club President Mike Gora Rotary Club of Boca Raton 2013-2014 Board of Directors bidding adieu Photographer Joe Skipper, left to right Richard Zimmer, Mike Gora, Spencer Siegel, Gary Hildeb rand, Yaacov Heller, Rachel Huerta, John Mollica, Jr., Mariana Oprea and Doug Giordano Dr. Dennis Frisch, Club President Elect Spencer Siegel and Peter Baronoff Pirate Roar ARRRRGGGHHHHH Rotary Club of Boca Raton 2013-2014 outgoing Board of Directors (left to right Dick Young, Rick Zimmer, Mike Gora, Spencer Siegel, Gary Hildeb rand, Yaacov Heller, Rachel Huerta, John Mollica, Jr., Mariana Oprea, Julie Vianale, Doug Giordano Rotary Club of Boca Raton Recipients of the Rotary International Paul Harris Fellows Award Boca Raton City Mayor Honorable Susan Haynie Julie Vianale with Doug Girodano making his award acceptance speech from a blank cocktail napkin The new 2014-2015 Rotary Club of Boca Raton Board of Directors Mike Gora clowning around with Julie Vianale Incoming Rotary Club of Boca Raton President Mike Gora with Outgoing Club President Julie Vianale Mr and Mrs Dick Young Constance Scott, Julie Vianale and Mayor Susan HayniePhotos by Joseph Skipper and Yaacov Heller


July 11, through July 17, B4 Edition 193 Section BQ: planning our divorce for several months equipment and moved out. Every time he got a new computer, how ever, he left me with the last model. Im no expert but I can do the rudimentary things such as create a document, go on the inter net, and send and receive e-mail. program in my computer that automatically sent him a copy of any e-mail that I either sent or received. Before he left, but after we stopped sleeping together, I met a man at my bridge club, and gone out to dinner with him a few times. We e-mailed each other on occasion over bridge questions. After my husband left, it became more serious. a divorce lawyer. My lawyer and I often exchanged e-mails about the lawsuit. I also exchanged e-mails with his paralegal. got a letter from the other attorney with several copies of e-mails between my friend and I, dated before and after my separation. admitted having obtained my private e-mails by bugging my computer. Thereafter my to throw the other attorney off the case, because that attorney could have also been given my private lawyer client e-mails. The hearing on these matters is coming up will happen?A: cations inadmissible. The statute prohib ited the interception of wired or wireless communications, in which a person had an expectation of privacy. Florida case law, interpreting the statute, has determined that a person has an expectation of privacy in the sending or receiving of e-mails under certain narrow circumstances. distinction between communications inter cepted while your husband and you lived in the same home, and interceptions made surreptitiously after he left your home. hardly claim an expectation of privacy. On the other hand, the judge may feel that out of evidence under the statute. The communications between you and your counsel are not only governed by the statute, but also by the ethics rules of The Florida Bar. If your husbands lawyer had been given copies of your communications with your lawyer the Bar Rules, require that he not read such communications, and immediately return them to your lawyer. He would also have to direct your husband to stop intercepting the transmissions. If there is proof that your husbands at nications, read the communications, and encouraged the continued interception of such communications, he could be removed from the case, and disciplined by The Florida Bar. ColumnistsThe Boca Raton Tribune DIVORCE FLORIDA STYLEBy Mike Gora 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 Robert J. Tamasy is vice president of communications for Leaders Legacy, Inc., a nonprofit 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 or his blogs, and FAITHBy Robert J. Tamasy Is Credit Card Debt driving you batty? Take the first easy step:Call:( 800)712-1816 Is Credit Card Debt driving you batty? Is Credit Card Debt driving you batty? Is Credit Card Debt driving you batty? Is Credit Card Debt driving you batty? Is Credit Card Debt driving you batty? Lower your monthly payments Reduce or eliminate interest rates FREE Let Consolidated Credit Help You: Learning from the Mistakes of OthersWhy do you want to be mentored? That sitting across the table from me at a local restaurant. A mutual friend had suggested to Todd that he meet with me since he had expressed an interest in having someone mentor him in both his professional and personal life. His answer surprised me: I want to learn was a man in his late 20s that already had have to learn exclusively from your own er rors and poor decisions. You can learn from people that have already traveled along the path you are following and you can bentrial and error. As it turned out, he and I did not begin a one-to-one mentoring relationship because he already was meeting with several other single man to meet with, I concluded Todd already had enough help. But his comment have done the same thing learned from along with their successes. I would not have the passion I have today for helping others learn how to effectively had not been for others that showed me it could be done. And they honestly told me about times when they had failed, when they had yielded to the temptation to cut corners to achieve goals, even though they integrity. that they learned the importance of setting ments to excellence and honesty before they came to a moment of decision. Dif me, when they are made long in advance of the crisis. trials, failures and successes in areas such dealing with anger and other troublesome emotions, and sexual temptation. I, too, have been privileged to learn from the The Bible offers many character studies of men that strived to follow and served God, yet sometimes stumbled along the way. I have found these stories very encourag demand perfection, only a sincere desire to follow Him, along with a willingness to repent in times of failure. The 10th chapter of 1 Corinthians offers great insight with only two verses: them to heart. There is a saying that if we fail to learn from history, we are doomed to repeat it. Colleagues and friends can only to repeat their wrong actions.All these things happened to them as examples, and they were written for our admonition (1 Do not overestimate your own strength. of those failures. 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Edition 193 15for news 24/7 go to www.bocaratontribune.comJuly 11, through July 17, 2014 WHATSCOOKING?The best places to eat in Boca Raton If you would like to have your restaurant in the directory, please call: (561) 807-6300 for more information E ADVERTISE WITHYOUR RESTAURANT HERE!c o n t a c t u s a t( 5 6 1 ) 8 0 7 6 3 0 0 A D P L U S L O C A T I O N P O I N T O N O U R W E B S I T E M A P AMERIC AN B ARBEQUE ASIAN L A TIN GREEKJ. Alexanders 1400 Glades Rd 561-347-9875 Six Tables 112 NE 2nd St 561-394-6260 Brewzzis 2222 Glades Rd 561-392-2739 Maxs Grille 561-368-0080 Hurricane Grill & Wings 10125 Glades Rd 561-218-8848 Shawtys Bar B Que 9858 Clint Moore Rd 561-487-0024 Oba Oba Brazilian Restaurant 6853 SW 18th St 561-447-6969 Picanha Brazil 22797 Florida 7 Caribbean Grill Cuban 1332 NW Boca Raton Blvd Estia Greek Taverna & Bar 561-417-5800IT ALIANOlive Garden 22161 Powerline Rd 561-750-0786 Piattini 561-367-7488 Table 42 561-826-2625 Brio Tuscan Grille 5050 Town Center Cir 561-392-3777 Trattoria Romana 499 E Palmetto 561-393-6715 Piccolino 78 S Federal Hwy 561-395-8858 Kapow Noodle Bar 561-347-7322 Saba Fine Asian Dining 499 S Federal Hwy 561-353-4600 Sushi Ray Japanese Restaurant 5250 Town Center Cir 561-394-9506 Chiyami Buffet & Sushi 561-395-7977SEAFOODBabas Shrimp Shack 4060 N Dixie Highway 561-362-0874 21065 Powerline Rd 561-483-4949STEAKHOUSEHoustons 1900 NW Executive Center Cir Boca Raton, 561-998-0550 Grill Time 8177 Glades Rd Boca Raton, 561-482-3699 Ruths Chris Steak House Boca Raton, Abe & Louies 2200 Glades Rd D FRENCHCasimir French Bistro 416 Via De Palmas Royal Palm Place 561-955-6001


16 -Edition 193 July 11, through July 17, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.comReal EstateThe Boca Raton Tribune By Joshua CarlsonJoshua 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 HOMES INSIDE AND OUT 399 NW Boca Raton Blvd, Suite # 212 Boca Raton, FL 33432 Moving Made Simple Part 1 home and are excited about living there. that stuff you have accumulated over the years into your new home. The good news ing can be a hassle. Most people dread the process smoother? I have great news there is a way in which you can simplify the whole process. Over the years, I have come family and clients to simplify this process. Today I am going to share this with you move. But lets face the facts, we do not happens then just follow the order of the 7 to 8 Weeks from Moving Date you should sort and throw out items you are going to throw away and the ones you can give away. This will not only save you moving binder, research companies, obtain handwritten quotes from different moving Start writing down peoples names and adchange of address. These include family, friends, bills, etc. 5 to 6 Weeks from Moving Date you should start collecting or buying boxes boxes you may need such as wardrobe ments yet then I highly recommend you do so. This way there are no sudden surprises when moving furniture into your new home. Start eating or using up things you dont want to move with you. 4 Weeks from Moving Date right for you. Select a company and get boxes. Whether you use labels or a color coded system, the important things is that it room and others by items within the box. with its label. Start putting your valuables and put into a separate container or box which you will hand carry. Stay tuned next week for the rest of the column out how to obtain a FREE moving checklist which will simplify and take the stress out of moving. LEAK SPECIALIST ALL ROOF SYSTEMSR OOFINGC ORPOR A TIONCALL FOR FREE ESTIMA TE954-531-1456


Edition 193 17for news 24/7 go to www.bocaratontribune.comJuly 11, through July 17, 2014 BOCA RATON TRIBUNE WORSHIP DIRECTORYFirst Congregational Church of Boca Raton 251 SW 4th Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33432 Phone: 561-395-9255 Website: St. Pauls Lutheran Church and School 701 West Palmetto Park Road Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-395-0433 Website: Center for Spiritual Living Boca Raton 2 SW 12 Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-368-8248 Website: Frontline Christian Center 901 W. Palmetto Park Rd Boca Raton FL 33486 561-706-5801 Website: First Baptist Church of Boca Raton 2350 Yamato Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-994-4673 Website: Congregation Shirat Shalom PO Box 971142 Boca Raton, FL 33497 Services at Olympic Heights High School 561-488-8079 Website: Boca Glades Baptist Church 10101 Judge Winikoff Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33428 561-483-4228 Website: 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: Grace Community Church 600 W. Camino Real Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-395-2811 Website: 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 HOMES SOLD IN BOCA RATON SOLD BETWEEN 6/30/2014 TO 7/06/2014 Subdivision Address Sold Date Price Bridgewood Mid Rise Cond 1514 Bridgewood Drive 6/30/2014 $4,950 Bridgewood 1754 BRIDGEWOOD Drive 1754 7/1/2014 $15,000 Watergate 11829 Watergate Circle 7/2/2014 $42,000 CENTURY VILLIAGE 486 Fanshaw L L 7/3/2014 $43,000 Exeter at Century Village 1035 Exeter B 1035 7/2/2014 $51,500 Century Village 4050 Guildford C 6/30/2014 $59,000 Watergate As 11914 Anchorage Way 6/30/2014 $62,000 Century Village 3024 Cornwall B 7/1/2014 $65,000 Boca Verde East Cond 400 NE 20th Street C306 6/30/2014 $68,000 Century Village 2034 Rexford B 2034 6/30/2014 $83,000 SPANISH OAKS 630 NW 13 Street 36 6/30/2014 $115,000 Whisper Walk 8959 Sunscape Lane 6/30/2014 $120,000 Willow Wood Gardens 6826 Willow Wood Drive 703 7/1/2014 $120,000 Whisper Walk 8803 Rheims Road 7/2/2014 $120,000 Sweetwater 18266 Covina Way 202 6/30/2014 $135,000 Whisper Walk Dec 8701 Jasmine Way 6/30/2014 $155,000 BOCA BAYOU 22 Royal Palm Wy 503 7/3/2014 $156,000 Whitehall Cond At Camino Real 6193 Balboa Circle 303 6/30/2014 $160,000 Banyan Lakes 8260 Severn Drive B 7/1/2014 $165,000 Banyan Lakes/Bermuda Isles/Boca Rio North 8123 Severn Drive A 6/30/2014 $165,000 Boca Rio North 8384 Trent Court Apt #D 7/1/2014 $168,750 COURTYARDS OF BOCA 7521 Courtyard Run Run E 7521 7/1/2014 $172,000 Camino Real Village 5851 Camino Del Sol Apt 402 6/30/2014 $172,500 Versailles Villas Filed 1945 NW 4th Avenue 29 7/2/2014 $174,000 Vistas Of Boca Lago Cond 21705 Juego Circle 7/1/2014 $180,000 San De Vance Golf And Tennis 440 NW 67th Street H103 6/30/2014 $190,000 Boca Raton Square 1799 SW 11th Street 6/30/2014 $195,000 Boca Woods Country Club 10278 Boca Woods Lane 6/30/2014 $215,000 Sandalfoot Cove 8901 SW 8th Street 7/1/2014 $215,000 Boca Islands 250 SW 13th Street 7/2/2014 $226,000 American Homes/Southwind Lakes 9261 Gettysburg Road 7/3/2014 $230,000 Royal Oak Hills 768 W Camino Real 7/2/2014 $235,000 Woodlet Condo 1400 NW 9th Avenue C 17 7/1/2014 $239,000 CLUBSIDE POINT 2424 NW 59th Street 1501 7/1/2014 $240,000 Villa Sonrisa 6592 Villa Sonrisa Drive 1010 6/30/2014 $242,500 SANDALFOOT COVE 22517 SW 56th Av 6/30/2014 $244,900 Cambridge Park at Woodfield Country Club 4023 NW 58 Street 7/2/2014 $250,000 Estada Of Los Paseos 6155 Belleza Lane 7/1/2014 $255,000 Fairfield At Boca 21332 Pagosa Court 6/30/2014 $260,000 Boca Winds 22585 Middletown Drive 6/30/2014 $265,000 Plum/Cortina at Boca Pointe 6757 Via Regina 6/30/2014 $265,000 Ashley Park 22536 Swordfish Drive 6/30/2014 $272,500 Boca Pines Of Verde Trail 6729 Boca Pines Trail D 7/2/2014 $275,000 Sandalfoot Cove 23119 SW 55th Avenue 7/2/2014 $276,500 Panache At Boca Pointe 7391 Panache Way 6/30/2014 $278,500 ASHLEY PARK / BOCA WINDS 22443 Sea Bass Drive 7/1/2014 $287,000 Chatham Hills 499 NE 28TH Street 6/30/2014 $290,000 Boca Raton Square 1040 SW 4th Street 6/30/2014 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20 -Edition 193 July 11, through July 17, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.comSportsThe Boca Raton Tribune Local Team Comes in Second at AYSO National GamesThe next generation of what may be Americas great soccer competed in the 29 to July 7, 2014. Part of AYSOs yearlong 50th Anniversary celebration, the National Games returned to Southern California, the birthplace of AYSO. The bi-annual event than 7,000 players on nearly 500 teams from across the United States. This was the largest youth soccer event in AYSOs history and one of the largest youth soccer tournaments in the nation. Nearly 500 teams from over 150 communities in 19 states converged on Riverside National President. Its a great accom who participated, who exemplify every thing AYSO stands for including Player Development, Good Sportsmanship and an all-inclusive culture where Everyone Plays and we could not be more proud. The West Palm Beach Girls Under 19 Years Angeles to compete in AYSOs bi-annual soccer tournament. The Games had a Coach Douglas Rodas commented, Our team, The Heat, put up a valiant effort in the Finals. It was tied 0-0 at the end of regulation, which sent the game to Penalty prevailed. I am proud of all the girls, most of whom I have coached the last 10 years 2010, 2012 and 2014 the National Games. I feel privileged to have this experience with my daughter and her friends that I will never forget. Boys and girls ranging in ages from 8 to 18 competed in a tournament structured in large part using the same model as the FIFA World Cup: Teams will placed into groups of four teams each and play in a series of round robin qualifying games. Teams with the highest scores during the qualifying round will then proceed to a single game elimination playoff system. The AYSO National Games uses a unique scoring system that places as much emphasis on good sportsmanship as it does on receive points based on whether they win or lose, the number of goals they score, and the quality of good sportsmanship they demonstrate. Good sportsmanship points are weighted equally to the win-loss-scoring points. Teams participating in the National Games include divisions for both boys and girls, 12 years, under 14 years, under 16 years disabilities. This years National Games happened just as the World Cup heats up interest in soccer nationwide. Three soccer players currently on the US Mens National Team World Cup AYSOs National Games is exciting for a lot of reasons. What I love is watching the says Scott Gimple, AYSOs Director of Player Development and National Events. Thats part of the reason so many professional soccer players got their start here. Its a great place to learn, try new things and have fun. And thats what the National Games is all about. A lot of people will fall in love with soccer this summer, says Gimple. Were excited to be playing our 50th Anniversary National Games during such an exciting time for the sport.


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