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Mast is not at all quiet on the environmental front
BRIAN MAST BY ADAM LATEN WILLSON | Correspondent rael leanings squarely paint him in man, a bill entitled the Federal Do Not blooms as an environmental emergen-
the conservative camp. Mast has also Harm Act that will hold the federal cy and authorizes the allocation of fed-
In just four months of represent- proven to be a stalwart supporter of government accountable for any tox- eral clean-up funds.
ing Florida’s District 18 in Congress, environmental rights here in the Trea- ic algae blooms resulting from future
Rep. Brian Mast has shown himself to sure Coast. discharges perpetrated by the Army “There is no doubt in my mind that
be a politician with purpose, and just Corps of Engineers. The bill calls upon the federal government has played an
as importantly a man of his word. His On Tuesday, Mast was scheduled to the president to define such algae enormous role in perpetuating the re-
stance on Obamacare and his pro-Is- file his first legislation as a congress-
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Community plays COPS HAVE NEW
important role in HIGH-TECH TOOL
mosquito control IN SMARTWATER
BY ADAM LATEN WILLSON | Correspondent Port St. Lucie Police Chief John Bolduc at a press conference with SmartWater CSI general manager Antonio Arserio. PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer
Once upon a time, all this
land was Mosquito Coun- Port St. Lucie isn’t exactly a hot-
ty, endless tracts of infested bed for crime – but anything the
marshland that made human police department can do to fur-
habitation nearly impossible. ther reduce criminal activity, Chief
Now South Florida has be- John Bolduc is willing to try. To that
come a sought-after destina- end, the Port St. Lucie Police De-
tion for tourists, snowbirds and partment has enlisted SmartWater
homemakers. If it weren’t for CSI as a partner to help deter prop-
screened doors and air condi- erty thefts.
tioning, says Glenn Henderson,
St. Lucie County Mosquito Con- “This is a pretty inventive prod-
trol (SLCMC) director, South uct,” Chief Bolduc said, explaining
Florida could have ended up that it will add a new layer of crime
very differently. prevention and tracking for stolen
trict, the second SmartWater is a chemical that
oldest mosquito is dabbed onto personal items –
district in Flor- and linked with a unique signa-
ida, has played
no small part in CONTINUED ON PAGE A10
the history. Year
after year, SLC- Mere possibility of mosque in Port St. Lucie stirs passions
MC works with the
Florida Department of Health BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer counties, prompting some from cated near Gatlin Boulevard on the site, Gary Campbell.
(FDH) and Florida Department [email protected] Fort Pierce and Stuart to speak out SW Bougainvillea Boulevard – is al- The fundraising account was
of Agriculture and Consum- against it before the Port St. Lucie ready under contract for purchase
er Services (FDACS) to ensure A GoFundMe account seeking to City Council on Monday night. by another religious group and is seeking $200,000 to purchase
the safety and quality of life of raise money to purchase property expected to close for $600,000 in Church on the Rock on SW Bou-
its district’s residents. While in- in Port St. Lucie for a new mosque What the residents and council early June, according to the real es- gainvillea Boulevard for a new
stirred up angst among some res- members apparently didn’t know: mosque, the mere possibility of
CONTINUED ON PAGE A3 idents of St. Lucie and Martin The property in question – lo- tate broker representing
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Feeling blue! MOSQUITO SEASON are dykes that have been built around
the impoundments,” says Henderson.
Chris and Danielle Tufano race through the blueberry gauntlet during the Flavor Run at the St. Lucie County Fairgrounds. CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 “During the summer months, we pump
water into the impoundments to keep
PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN spections continue throughout the year, the mud from becoming a breeding area
it is really the rainy season when they step for mosquitos. By pumping in the water,
up to bat. you elevate the water level, and that re-
duces the mosquito habitat. If it weren’t
Soon, the fogging trucks will be rolling for that, there would be literally billions
out and inspectors will be scouring the of mosquitos hatching every year on
neighborhoods for mosquito hotspots, Hutchinson Island along the Indian Riv-
but Henderson reiterates that one of the er Lagoon, so this is a very important
lynchpins in mosquito prevention is ac- part of our operation.”
tive participation of the communities. “It
really takes a lot of help from the public, The district has also employed senti-
especially with Zika. The mosquitos that nel chickens, the “canaries of the mos-
carry Zika, which we refer to as contain- quito world,” as Henderson puts it.
er breeds, breed in man-made devices, These chickens are distributed all over
whether that’s toys, pots, bird baths, or the county and have weekly blood-tests
anything you leave out in your yard that drawn, which are then sent to the Florida
collects water.” Medical Entymology Laboratory in Vero
Beach. While experts are unable to detect
Henderson says that in addition to the Zika virus with the chickens, these
FDACS’ Zika workshops, which have brave birds do help with early signs of
been hosted throughout Florida ever dengue fever and West Nile virus, among
since the outbreak last year in Miami’s others.
Wynwood neighborhood, the local dis-
trict has been trying to encourage what Two local transmission cases of the
they call “The Tip and Toss Program,” a Zika virus surfaced in Miami last July,
set of guidelines that helps residents and and since then about 250 local cases
inspectors isolate potential breeding have been confirmed in the Magic City.
spots for mosquitos and dispatch with While there were 11 reported instances
them. of Zika in St. Lucie, Henderson says all of
these were travel-related.
One unique aspect of SLCMC’s mos-
quito remediation program is their im- Once there is a suspected case, Hen-
pounding project. In St. Lucie Coun- derson’s team makes a wide sweep of
ty, there are 4,300 acres of impounded the neighborhood and isolates potential
mudbanks along the Indian River. “There
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BRIAN MAST gether on economically viable solutions for gron (Stuart-R) that was passed on April Central Everglades Restoration Project, a
climate change. 12 and is currently awaiting a companion suite of conservation efforts authorized in
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 bill in the House. This bill comprehensive- Congress’ 2000 Water Resources Develop-
The Do No Harm Act is the first of many ly outlines an initiative to purchase acre- ment Act.
curring economic and environmental crisis forthcoming environmental bills Mast plans age south of Lake Okeechobee in order to
that’s caused by Lake Okeechobee discharges to introduce in the coming months, says construct facilities to treat the lake’s nutri- In order to move ahead with many of their
into our area here,” Mast said in a video post- spokesman Brad Stewart. ent-laden water and convey it south. The prioritized projects, the South Florida Wa-
ed on his website. “But they, the federal gov- project of treating lake water and moving ter Management District (SFWMD) would
ernment, are not taking responsibility for the Looking at a more lasting plan, Mast has it through the Everglades is a priority of need to acquire more land, ideally all of the
damage that’s caused to our community. And vowed support to Florida Senate Bill 10, 153,000 acres proposed in the watershed
that’s absolutely unacceptable that the feder- a pet project of Senate president Joe Ne- contract Gov. Charlie Crist lined out with
al government is not recognizing the damage U.S. Sugar in 2010.
to our real estate, the damage to our health,
the damage to people’s businesses, the dam- Senate Bill 10, introduced by state Sen.
age to people in the fishing industry …” Rob Bradley of Fleming Island, directs SFW-
MD to negotiate the purchase of 30,000 addi-
Environmental conservation efforts have tional acres of land in the Everglades Agricul-
always been an interest for Mast, who mi- tural Area (they already have 26,000).
nored in environmental studies at Harvard.
During his congressional bid last fall, one of Mast says he’s interested in filing a bill to
Mast’s campaign priorities was to secure a expedite movement on CEPP (Central Ev-
seat on the House Committee on Transpor- erglades Planning Project, the Army Corps’
tation and Infrastructure (CTI), which over- prioritized restoration schedule), as soon as
sees the activities of the Army Corps of En- SFWMD are ready, and not on the current-
gineers, whose Lake Okeechobee discharges ly proposed timeline which has reservoir
last year were largely responsible for the construction slated for 2021. This expedited
Treasure Coast’s “Guacamole Summer.” timeline is at the heart of Bradley’s bill and
echoes U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson’s “Everglades for
This January, Mast was not only assigned the Next Generation Act,” which died on the
to the CTI; he was made vice chair of the Congress floor last year.
Subcommittee on Water Resources and En-
vironment. In this capacity he has a direct Clearly, despite being a newcomer to
relationship with the Corps. government, Mast has singled himself out
as a firebrand, and has clearly begun to ful-
Mast says: “As a member of the Transpor- fill a critical component of his campaign
tation and Infrastructure Committee and promises.
Vice Chair of the Water Resources and En-
vironment Subcommittee, I’m working to Kenny Hinkle, a local activist involved in
strengthen the partnership between local, several nonprofits in the area, says “Con-
state and federal agencies to upgrade the in- gressman Mast has been out in front of this
frastructure in our community – not just talk from the get-go, so we’ve supported him
about it, but actually get it done.” from the start.
Mast is also a member of the Bipartisan “He was the first to sign the Now or Nev-
Climate Solutions Caucus, and in March was erglades Declaration, saying we need to
one of 17 House Republicans to introduce store, treat, and convey the water south.
a resolution calling on Congress to work to- He’s fulfilled every promise he made as far
as getting on the various committees. With
that, we’re very happy.”
MOSQUITO SEASON This month, the Florida Keys Mosqui- harmful to humans. FKMD is also exper- it’s really helped to hold down the pop-
to District (FKMD) initiated a program imenting with genetically modified ster- ulations. So, we’ve been fortunate so far,
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A3 that, if effective, can drastically suppress ile mosquitos toward the same end. but I know our luck is going to run out
mosquito populations. They have re- very soon, because it’s inevitable that the
hotspots. The main thing to avoid, he says, leased 20,000 male mosquitos infected Remarking on the incoming mosquito rains are going to come. When that hap-
is local transmission, which can happen with Wolbachia bacteria. The bacteria season, Henderson says, “Last year, the pens, the mosquito population will rise.
when a person who is infected with a will kill any offspring in the larval stage, winter was very warm and wet, so the You’ll see the fog trucks out very con-
blood-borne illness is bitten by another and it’s perfectly safe, since male mos- mosquito problems were very consis- sistently in the next month or so. That’s
mosquito who then contracts the virus. quitos don’t bite, and the bacteria is not tent around the year. This year, because when our real work begins.”
the weather’s been so dry and windy,
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square feet would require city approval. DISTRICT MAY PICK UP PACE OF METER CONVERSION
No one representing the GoFundMe fund-
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent Westbrook Isles, Heatherwood, and four less RF radiation than common elec-
raiser or the potential mosque spoke before other smaller St. Lucie West communi- tronic devices.
the council. The St. Lucie West Services Board of ties. Additionally, when others’ meters
Supervisors will consider speeding up fail, the district is replacing them with the “It’s far less than any cellphone gener-
Campbell, who represents the Church on conversion to drive-by water meters at broadcasting meters. There have been ates,” he said.
the Rock property, told St. Lucie Voice Tues- its next regular meeting next Tuesday. about 200 of those since September.
day that he wished he had known the mat- Pickle said the meters can’t be hacked.
ter was going to be brought up at Monday “We started changing out meters The reason for the change is simple – “It’s all outbound (transmission), not in-
night’s City Council meeting. probably in September 2016,” said Den- reducing expenses. bound,” he said.
nis Pickle, manager and utilities director.
He said the Islamic group never had a “It’s already freeing up some meter To hack a meter to create a false read-
right to post a photo of Church on the Rock The community services district han- readers’ time so they can do other work ing, Pickle said someone would have
on its GoFundMe page because the property dles water, sewage and storm water for for us,” Pickle said. “I think it’s going to to dig it from the ground, push water
wasn’t under contract with them. “I’m a little St. Lucie West. It’s switching all of its help us from having to hire additional through it for a while, and return it.
shocked,” Campbell said of the photo’s use, customers to radio-broadcasting water personnel.”
adding that he felt it was a “little deceiving” meters made by Kampstrup Water Me- The additional $40,000 staff is re-
for the Islamic group to use the photo. tering. The board allocated $185,000 this With the broadcasting meters workers questing won’t affect customers’ bills.
fiscal year to start a six-year changeover drive past customers’ homes and receive “What we’re going to use is surplus funds
Campbell said the group had made an of- of all of St. Lucie West. However, staff meter readings sent by radio waves with coming out of the unrestricted fund ac-
fer for the property but the seller countered. would like to add $40,000 to that next notebook computers. So far, Pickle said, count,” Pickle said.
The group did not match the counteroffer fiscal year to speed the changeover to no customers have complained about
and the Islamic group’s offer expired. five years. the radio broadcast as some have with The Lakes at St. Lucie West will get the
other utilities. new meters in May. Fairway Isles is slat-
Fort Pierce resident Felicia Bruce was the “The really good thing about it is ed to get the new meters this summer.
lone voice from the audience supporting the when a customer has some kind of “It’s such a minute amount (of radio The district will begin the conversions
potential mosque, telling the council she break in the water system, it’ll pinpoint waves) and its out in the road right of of Kings Isle and St. Lucie West Country
had met the Imam of the Fort Pierce Islamic the date it happened, and within a few way, not like Florida Power & Light with Club Estates after September.
center and that she can count many Muslims hours,” Pickle said. the antenna out on the house,” Pickle
among her friends. said. The St. Lucie West Services District
While the district still has to charge Board of Supervisors meeting will be at 9
As a “woman of faith,” she said she would those customers for the wasted water, it Besides, Pickle said community con- a.m., May 2. Public comment is encour-
welcome them – and that she hopes the City can credit them on the sewage portion cerns about radio-transmitting utility aged.
Council, the county and the state also will of their bills, since water lost to a line boxes has diminished as folks have be-
welcome them. break didn’t go into the sewage system. come accustomed to seemingly omni- The district is a semi-governmental
present Wi-Fi and other transmissions. body subject to the state’s public meet-
“I’m not afraid of another house of wor- The district has changed almost 800 He said the water meters produce much ing and information laws.
ship in my community,” said Bruce, whose customers to the broadcasting meters in
comments drew applause from the public. The meetings are at the district’s of-
fice, 450 SW Utility Dr.
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Perhaps that’s why Storey is adamant Navigating the vast sea of private home healthcare
that every cancer screening patient
should engage in thorough and detailed BY TOM LLOYD | Staff Writer As the U.S. population ages, the demand for a wide variety
conversations with their physician both [email protected] of home healthcare services has exploded. So has the num-
before and after any test. ber of providers. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid
Gathering in an interior office cubicle during a recent tor- Services estimates there are close to 10,000 registered home
Those tests include physical exams, nado warning, Steve Smith, Donna Sorge and Meg Cunning- healthcare agencies now operating in this country.
imaging studies and blood tests as well ham of the Visiting Nurse Association of Vero Beach started
as biopsies and procedures such as the talking about private nursing and home healthcare. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says tens
colonoscopies, mammograms, PAP of thousands more healthcare registries and private-hire
smears and low-dose CT scans men- The circumstances seemed oddly appropriate. After all, firms, as well as licensed and unlicensed individuals, are
tioned above. there’s a virtual whirlwind of information – and misinfor- also offering their services online to an often-bewildered
mation – swirling around the Internet these days about the population.
Of course, as a practicing, board-certi- various forms of home healthcare available and what those
fied oncologist and hematologist, Storey services will cost. That’s a lot of information for consumer to wade through
can’t help but return to his own experi- and the nomenclature can be confusing. The term
ence in treating leukemias and lympho- Steve Smith and Donna Sorge. PHOTO: GORDON RADFORD “private care,” for example, may sound exclusive and
ma for a parting comment. pricey but, according to Smith, “the private care side is
“This is a good time for oncology and VNA program director Sorge joins him by saying
hematology,” says Storey. “This is a great, that category of care might include paid companions
great time to treat cancer.” who drive patients to doctors’ appointments, do light
housekeeping and meal preparations.
He points to newer and more effective The next step up might be “home health aides” who
treatment options as well as a massive – at least at VNA – are certified nursing assistants.
increase in the number of FDA-approved “They,” according to Sorge, “provide hands-on care.
drugs coming onto the market. They can do bathing, shampoos and also light house-
keeping, medication reminders and any kind of per-
“We pretty much approve a new med- sonal care.”
ication for cancer every month,” says At VNA, these home health aides are supervised by
Storey, adding that no other specialty, a registered nurse. “Each client is assigned to a nurse
“not even cardiology, not even urology, and that nurse will come out and make a field visit.
no other specialty,” has seen such a large She’ll do all the vital signs, she’ll do the assessment,
growth in new medications becoming
available and each one, he says, adds an- CONTINUED ON PAGE A14
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sible for knowing the immigration and
The patient and any other person responsible for payment have the right to refuse to pay, cancel, or be reimbursed for payment for “We have also care managers,” Sorge visa status of your employee.
any other service, examination or treatment which is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to this continues, “who go to the doctors with
advertisement for the free or reduced fee service, examination, or treatment. the patient and then record everything And then there’s the tax man.
that is going on. So let’s say the patient’s “You are legally responsible,” says
Call Now for 772-344-3300 daughter is in New York. The care man- NAPHC, “for withholding Social Security
Appointment ager could then tell the daughter every- taxes, Medicare taxes, federal unemploy-
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St Lucie West (next to Walmart) nurses also do medication management IRS” for each employee. Failure to do so
and they’ll do injections, they’ll do any can result in hefty fines and even possi-
kind of colostomy changes or ileostomy ble prison sentences.
changes. And they’re all RNs (registered Unlike most private hires or online
nurses).” services, says Smith, the VNA screens its
providers with both level-one and lev-
Registered nurses and licensed prac- el-two background checks along with
tical nurses, of course, cost more than drug screening and testing. It also pro-
non-skilled care. For that reason, what tects clients against theft, abuse and in-
you might pay for home healthcare can jury lawsuits, and assumes the respon-
vary widely. sibility for all workman’s compensation,
unemployment insurance, Social Securi-
While Smith places the lower range ty taxes and federal withholdings.
of non-skilled rates in the Vero area Your physician – or your loved one’s
around $18 to $28 per hour, the National physician – can provide precise details
Association of Professional Home Care about what kind of care is needed and
(NAPHC) warns there are additional and can make recommendations on which
often-overlooked expenses to consider. local providers to contact.
For example, NAPHC points out, The VNA of Vero Beach is at 1110 35th
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try with wood instead of plastic inside and a FEATURES FOR 8804 BALLY BUNION ROAD The bedrooms are on both sides of the
space for several bottles of wine. There is a house, with the guest side shut away with a
powder room off the kitchen so that guests Neighborhood: Spyglass in PGA Village pocket door for privacy. There are two bed-
don’t have to use the family bathroom. Year built: 2002 • Construction: CBS rooms here, one 12-by-13 and the other 12-
Size: 3,029 sq. ft. • Total square footage: 5,433 by-12. Each bedroom has its own bath and
Rodriguez noted that the eating area, with Bedrooms: 3 • Baths: 3.5 • Flooring: carpet, ceramic tile one of them serves as a cabana bath to the
its aquarium windows that give a wonderful Security: manned gate, security patrol, security system pool. You could easily accommodate two sets
view of the outside, is a good size, holding a Additional features: two-zone air conditioner, sur- of guests, or a family with children.
big table. She has found that to be a desirable round-sound throughout, solar heated pool, two-car garage
feature. with room for golf cart, accordion shutters for most windows The master suite has a separate air condi-
Community amenities: basketball, billiards, clubhouse, ex- tioner, an upgraded touch. The bedroom, a
“A lot of people love that,” she said. “It also ercise room, game room, golf course, library, tennis
faces out to the lanai, pool and golf course.” CONTINUED ON PAGE 23
Listing brokerage: Lang Realty
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Listing price: $512,900
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TRADITION AND ST. LUCIE WEST REAL ESTATE SALES
TOP SALES OF THE WEEK
A relatively busy week on the Port St. Lucie real estate market saw some 20 single-family resi-
dences and lots change hands from April 17-21 (some shown below).
The top sale of the week was the residence at 9409 Scarborough Court. First listed in January for
$679,000, the 5-bedroom, 3-bathroom, 3,428-square-foot PGA Village home sold for $640,000 on
The week’s next-best sale was the home at 866 SW Piedmont Court. Originally on the market in
January for $449,900, this 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom, 2,898-square-foot abode fetched $420,000
on April 17.
SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCES AND LOTS SELLING
TOWN ADDRESS LISTED ASKING PRICE SOLD $640,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 9409 SCARBOROUGH COURT 1/16/2017 $679,000 4/21/2017 $385,900
PORT SAINT LUCIE 866 SW PIEDMONT COURT 1/4/2017 $449,900 4/17/2017 $311,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 882 SW GRAND RESERVE BOULEVARD 1/2/2017 $389,900 4/17/2017 $307,593
PORT SAINT LUCIE 11247 SW BARTON WAY 1/14/2017 $324,900 4/17/2017 $294,958
PORT SAINT LUCIE 19002 SW POSITANO WAY 3/2/2017 $307,593 4/20/2017 $282,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 5321 NW ALTER COURT 4/14/2016 $294,300 4/21/2017 $278,970
PORT SAINT LUCIE 813 SW GRAND RESERVE BOULEVARD 2/10/2017 $321,400 4/18/2017 $272,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 11242 SW LAKE PARK DRIVE 10/23/2016 $313,970 4/17/2017 $269,900
PORT SAINT LUCIE 6100 NW BUTTERFLY ORCHID PLACE 11/7/2016 $299,900 4/21/2017 $260,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 19011 SW POSITANO WAY 11/16/2016 $270,130 4/19/2017 $258,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 2431 NW PADOVA STREET 2/17/2017 $269,900 4/21/2017 $245,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 10205 SW AMBROSE WAY 1/5/2017 $274,500 4/19/2017
SAINT LUCIE WEST 386 NW SUNVIEW WAY 1/22/2017 $249,800 4/18/2017
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HERE ARE SOME OF THE TOP RECENT TRADITION AND ST. LUCIE WEST REAL ESTATE SALES
866 SW Piedmont Court, Port Saint Lucie 882 SW Grand Reserve Boulevard, Port Saint Lucie
Listing Date: 1/4/2017 Listing Date: 1/2/2017
Original Price: $449,900 Original Price: $389,900
Sold: 4/17/2017 Sold: 4/17/2017
Selling Price: $420,000 Selling Price: $385,900
Listing Agent: Chris Miret Listing Agent: Andrew T Szaniszlo
Selling Agent: Keller Williams Realty Selling Agent: RE/MAX Masterpiece Realty
Patricia B. Ayres Cesar Trujillo
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11247 SW Barton Way, Port Saint Lucie 19002 SW Positano Way, Port Saint Lucie
Listing Date: 1/14/2017 Listing Date: 3/2/2017
Original Price: $324,900 Original Price: $307,593
Sold: 4/17/2017 Sold: 4/20/2017
Selling Price: $311,000 Selling Price: $307,593
Listing Agent: Cesar Trujillo Listing Agent: Marc Friedman
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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 19 The back of the house is as lovely as the rest
of it. There is a screened-in pool and porch and
lovely size at 15-by-17, has a door to the pool and nothing but the occasional passing golf cart.
stunning views. It is light and airy and you cannot There is a nice-sized spa and lovely landscaping
see other homes, making it a private sanctuary. In that make it the kind of place you’d like for en-
the hallway, there are two large walk-in closets, tertaining a crowd or having fun with the family.
and the master bath has a hers side with a dress- It’s even the kind of place where you’d want to sit
ing table and a side with a lot of storage. There is a by yourself and just relax and enjoy the view.
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Covered Entry .......183 Sq. Ft. front porch, entry with 12’8” ceilings, den with closet, powder bath
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Young artists show off their work to family members during their Friday Reception for Arts and Crafts Camp at the COMING UP Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre in West
Palm Beach. This rock band got their
Elliott Museum. PHOTO COURTESY OF THE ELLIOTT MUSEUM CONTINUED FROM PAGE B1 start in Gainesville in 1976 and, after
four decades in the biz, they’re cele-
ELLIOTT CAMPS CREATE Fermata in downtown Stuart. Friday brating their 40th anniversary with a
SUMMER FUN FOR YOUTH brings you the Apocalypse Blues Re- big North American tour. Along with
vue, a quartet that honors blues tra- such luminaries as Pete Seeger and
BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer The class runs from July 10-14 from 9 ditions, while, they say, “etching their Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty and the
[email protected] a.m. to noon and is for those 6-10. stamp on the genre in blood.” They are Heartbreakers became prominent in
a little heavier and a little darker with the heartland rock movement, and
Artist Robin Lee Makowski, direc- The fifth camp is an Arts and Crafts some punk rock attitude in the lyrics. continue to be popular today, still
tor of the Summer Creativity Camps at Camp with Melissa Nelson. It runs from Co-founded by Godsmack drummer touring and recording albums. The
Stuart’s Elliott Museum, knows that her July 24-28 from 9 a.m. to noon and is Shannon Larkin and guitarist Tony band consists of lead singer and gui-
phone will start ringing in December. intended for those 6-8. Young camp- Rombola, Apocalypse Blues Revue tar-player Petty, lead guitarist Mike
The calls are from parents who want ers will make projects using drawing, features vocalist Ray “Rafer John” Cer- Campbell, bassist Ron Blair, drum-
to sign up their youngsters for the next painting, pastels, collage, papier mache, bone and bassist Brian Carpenter. On mer Steve Ferrone, keyboardist Ben-
summer sessions. ceramics and other media. Saturday, it’s Doors Alive, musicians mont Tench and multi-instrumental-
dedicated to delivering the most accu- ist Scott Thurston. For this concert,
There are many performing arts Week Six allows older kids, 9-14, to rate recreation of a live Doors concert they’ll be joined by Joe Walsh, aka the
camps in our area, but not very many in have the same fun with Arts and Crafts. anyone has ever experienced. Doors Clown Prince of Rock. Show time: 8
the visual arts, and the Elliott programs Students create decorative, functional Alive performance videos make me p.m.
are very popular with students and their and even wearable art with Melissa Nel- think fans of the original group won’t
parents. son. be disappointed. Then Sunday is the 5 Looking for something a little
Third Annual Dirty River Jam, with different in a day trip? Consider
This year, there will be six camps in Each of the Summer Creativity Class- Beebs and Her Moneymakers headlin- the Morikami Museum and Japanese
a variety of media. They are intended es includes materials and a snack. Par- ing. Other performances include Jum- Gardens in Delray Beach. Most visi-
for those 6-14 and the goal is to provide ticipants in the Digital Photography bo Shrimp Inc.; the Prestage Brothers; tors are surprised to learn that there
young artists and photographers with class must have a digital camera and the River Kidz; Steven Hunt; Ray Gib- has long been a connection between
the experience of working in a real stu- cannot use a camera on a phone or other bons; and the Victoria Leigh Band. South Florida and Japan. The site of
dio, with quality materials and profes- device. All of the projects that are cre- the beautiful gardens was originally
sional, working artists as instructors. ated are unveiled on Friday, 30 minutes 3 “Soul Crooners,” a lively cele- the location where, in 1904, a group
before the class ends, at a Museum Re- bration of the 1970s, will be on of farmers from Japan formed a farm-
The first week, from June 12-16, is ception for artists, families and friends. the boards at the Kravis Center in West ing community, hoping to revolu-
Acrylic Painting and Mixed Media with It’s a wonderful opportunity for the Palm this Thursday through Sunday, tionize agriculture in Florida. Their
Danuta Rothschild. The class runs from, young artists to share their work with April 30. The show brings Motown mission failed, but, on the site in
9 a.m. to noon, is for those 6-10 and, as others and receive recognition for their and more, with hits like Stevie Won- 1977, the Morikami Museum and Jap-
with all of the programs, is limited to creativity. der’s “Superstition,” the Temptations’ anese Gardens opened, and has be-
12 participants. Students learn to paint “Papa Was a Rolling Stone” and James come a center for Japanese arts and
creatively in acrylics and add texture Makowski, who has been running Brown’s iconic “I Feel Good, ” guar- culture in South Florida. The original
and dimension to their work. these programs for years, said that the anteed to get your fingers snapping. museum building is modeled after
classes are more than camps. Nate Jacobs, founding artistic director a Japanese villa. There are rotating
Week Two brings a Digital Photog- of Sarasota’s Westcoast Black Theatre exhibitions and traditional festivals
raphy camp with Livia DeBonet. This “We offer professional instruction Troupe, will join vocalists Christopher several times a year. In Morikami’s
camp runs from June 19-23 from 9 a.m. form local artists and art instructors in Eisenberg, Michael Mendez, Leon S. gardens – called Roji-en (Garden of
to noon and is intended for those 8-14. age-specific projects that not only pro- Pitts II and Sheldon Rhoden in a show the Drops of Dew) – designer Hoichi
Livia DeBonet has been teaching this duce amazing results but build skills. that includes more than 40 favorites. Kurisu envisioned a garden complex
class for some time and it fills up quick- We offer young artists a chance to create Show times are Thursday, Friday and for the new millennium. Its six dis-
ly Classes meet at the House of Refuge. in a working artist’s studio with quali- Saturday at 7:30 p.m.; Saturday and tinct gardens are inspired by famous
ty materials. The Studio is a parent-free Sunday, 1:30 p.m. gardens of Japan. The Morikami is
From June 26-30, there will be a Draw- zone all week so students can unveil open Tuesday through Sunday, 10
ing and Painting Camp for those 8-14. their work at the Friday reception. Many 4 Tom Petty and the Heartbreak- a.m. to 5 p.m. It’s closed Mondays and
The class, taught by Jennifer Foglia, of our artists have returned year after ers are appearing May 5 at the major holidays.
runs from 9 a.m. to noon. Young artists year to experience the range of classes
will have the opportunity to spend the offered.” TOM PETTY
week drawing and painting in a variety
of media. The Studio at the Elliott Museum is lo- PHOTO: SAM JONES
cated at 825 NE Ocean Blvd., Stuart. For VIA WASHINGTON POST
The Ceramics Class with Mia Lind- more information, call 772-225-1961 or vis-
berg is always a popular offering. Kids it the website www.elliottmuseum.org.
and clay go together and this time, in-
stead of making a mess, they make art.
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Children’s Services Council expands summer programs for kids
To help make sure kids are off the streets any potential learning loss. Boys & Girls Club location in the historical- tinuing to learn is so important during the
and in safe, fun learning environments this The summer programs that will receive ly underserved Lakewood Park area as well
summer, the Children’s Services Council as the Summer Jam Basketball Camp being summer months when they are away from
has expanded summer activities for chil- funding from Children’s Services Council held at Percy Peek Gym in Fort Pierce.
dren in St. Lucie County. include ALPI (expansion of current ser- the classroom,” Boyle said.
vices); Boys & Girls Club of St. Lucie Coun- The selected programs project to serve
For more than 15 years, the Children’s ty; City of Fort Pierce; Club Pure; Fort Pierce an additional 1,000 local children in sum- For registration information for the sum-
Services Council has dedicated funding Police Athletic League; Give Back 2 Kids; mer programs that will help them improve
to allow for additional summer opportu- Grace Educational Center; Helping People their academic performance during a time mer programs being supported by the Chil-
nities for local children. This year, 12 pro- Succeed; In the Image of Christ, Inc.; Lin- when students typically lose ground. Sean
grams will receive much-needed funding coln Park Community Center; Sword Out- Boyle, executive director of the Children’s dren’s Services Council of St. Lucie County,
to assist children in our community by reach; and YMCA of the Treasure Coast. Services Council, noted that while summer
providing full-time summer activities that These programs are added to those already camps are designed to be fun, these pro- please call us at 772-408-1100 or visit www.
run at least eight weeks of the summer providing year-round services to children grams focus on much more. “Each of these
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community by keeping kids off the streets Save Our Children and The Arc of St. Lucie mer learning opportunities. Having fun is
over the summer, and to keep them en- County. a part of that, and we of course want them of St. Lucie County improves the lives of
gaged in learning activities to help avoid to be safe, but ensuring that they are con-
Notable new additions this year are a more than 30,000 children and families in
our community by funding and partnering
with quality agencies that ensure that ev-
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abuse before it happens, keep kids off the
streets, keep them in school, and keep them
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As the old cliché says, timing is ev- couple of “Kures” to improve your tim- ankles, knees and hips causing a little
erything in life. It’s certainly true with ing and pressure in your swing. separation between the upper body and produced his own television and radio
the golf swing. Bottom line, there are lower body. shows, and has authored the golf in-
certain movements in the golf swing 1. Strike a number of balls off a peg structional book “Golf Everyone,” pub-
that should occur sequentially so that with an 8-iron, swinging very full, but 4. Finally, make small half to lished by Hunter Textbooks. Perkins may
both control and power are maximized. at 50 percent speed. Feel your swing un- three-quarter swings with a pitching be reached at 561-301-3783. Email: dk-
What most people struggle with is wind from your feet and ankles, just like wedge, paying very close attention to [email protected] or visit his website at
swinging out of sequence. When stu- all other sports, such as throwing and the weight of the clubhead as it causes www.kevinperkinsgolfacademy.com.
dents are out of sequence, the most hitting a tennis ball. your wrist to cock at the top of the back-
common thing they will do is start their swing. Start down with the feet, knees
right arm or right wrist or shoulders too 2 Reduce your right-hand, right-arm and arms, feeling the weight of the
early at the start of the downswing, rob- and right-shoulder grip pressure and clubhead serving as a slight delay and
bing them of direction and power. The tension, so that it only has 50 percent of holding and causing an increase in your
golf swing is a chain-linked action and the grip pressure that the left side has. wrist cock and lag in your clubhead.
should be unwound or moved in the This will help you sense the right side
proper order, resulting in great pressure lagging behind your left side. Kevin Perkins is a PGA Master Pro-
being developed from one component fessional. He operates his Golf Academy
to the adjacent component. Here are a 3. Stand in front of a mirror and at The Evergreen Club, has hosted and
make a backswing, and hold your chest
and shoulders back in making a slight
downward and forward move with your
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