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06/15/2018 ISSUE 24

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VOLUME 3, ISSUE 24 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 2018

BRIGHTER FUTURE AS ‘PEOPLE’S REEF’ SEEN FOR SHIP WITH DARK PAST Lake Okeechobee
reservoir gets nod
BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer Mark Music, founder of MMPS Environmental Inc., examines the freighter donated by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN from U.S. House
[email protected]
ty’s support to raise the $150,000 is docked at the Summerlin Dock can gaze upon the massive ship, BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer
What was once meant to be needed to strip the ship down next to the St. Lucie County Re- though no tours are allowed. [email protected]
a general purpose freighter ul- and clean it up. gional History Center on Sea-
timately became a drug-smug- way Drive. Visitors to the area “This is very cool,” said Kathy The southern reservoir – the
gling ship – but the Voici Ber- Currently, the Voici Bernadette highly-touted solution to the
nadette will be given a second CONTINUED ON PAGE A10 discharges coming from Lake
chance at an honest existence as Okeechobee – is a step closer to
an artificial reef off the coast of fruition after U.S. House action
St. Lucie County. last week, but remains 10 to 20
years down the line.
U.S. Customs and Border Pro-
tection seized the ship in Miami In the meantime, discharges
during a drug investigation, find- continue to be released from the
ing 800 bricks of cocaine – with lake into the St. Lucie River and,
an estimated street value of $35 ultimately, into the Indian River
million – on board. Lagoon.

The 180-foot-long freighter And while environmentalists,
stands approximately 100 feet health professionals and even the
tall at its highest point. Plans call weekend water warriors decry the
for it being moved 10 ½ miles discharges, little if any of the lake’s
out, south of the Fort Pierce in- water ends up in Port St. Lucie or
let, and sunk with the Fort Pierce
Sportsfishing Club artificial reef. CONTINUED ON PAGE A6

This one, though, will be ‘Trek’ it out!
called the People’s Reef – because
it’s going to take the communi-

City’s social media ‘storm team’ ready for action TEEGARDIN JOINS RANKS
OF KENTUCKY COLONELS
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent PHOTO COURTESY OF CITY OF PORT ST. LUCIE Actor George Takei of ‘Star Trek’ fame
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent accepts the Life Worth Living Legend
There was a time not long ago City staff stormed social media with fast updates during hurricanes Matthew and Irma. Award from Vero Beach Wine & Film
in Florida when hurricanes meant Wayne Teegardin spends his days Festival founder Jerusha Stewart.
hours of fixedly watching local at St. Lucie County’s veterans services
news crews standing in gales re- office filing claims and appeals for the FULL REPORT, PAGE B5
porting from their stations’ entire county’s about 32,000 veterans.
broadcast areas, eagerly awaiting
any mention of events close to That has made him the public face
home. of St. Lucie County’s veterans.

That’s helpful news during a He’s an Army veteran whose service
large storm, but thanks to emerg- spanned from Vietnam to Iraq, and
ing features on websites and so- yet Teegardin still found time to be in-
cial media, the City of Port St. volved with the Lions Club Internation-
Lucie has brought that same kind al and other community organizations.

CONTINUED ON PAGE A4 But the man of service was quite
startled to learn that he’d recently been

CONTINUED ON PAGE A3

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Wayne Teegardin, who manages St. Lucie County’s veteran KENTUCKY COLONEL painted on their backs. Gov. William O’Connell Bradley started
Then on April 4 that year, the worst giving the honorary commission to rec-
services, recently received an unexpected honor: Kentucky CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 ognize citizens for notable achievements
happened. Sadr City exploded on what’s in 1885.
Gov. Matthew G. Bevin commissioned Teegardin as an honor- commissioned as a Kentucky colonel. been dubbed by many in the Army as
“No, I’m not from Kentucky,” he told St. “Black Sunday.” By the time the Siege The book “A Kentucky Colonel” pub-
ary Kentucky colonel. PHOTO COURTESY OF WAYNE TEEGARDIN of Sadr City was over, eight American lished in 1890 let the country in on the
Lucie Voice. soldiers were dead. Another 57 were state tradition. Recipients started using
OK, more about how Teegardin got his wounded. their honorary commissions to promote
charitable works. Gov. Ruby Laffoon –
commission as an honorary Kentucky Teegardin and others in his civil affairs who’d commissioned Sanders – created
colonel in a bit. team volunteered to go into the thick of the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colo-
the shooting to guide the 1st Cavalry nels in the early 1930s to encourage more
Probably Teegardin’s most recognized to a patrol pinned down by the Mahdi of that charity work.
local accomplishment is leading efforts Army. Small arms fire disabled his vehi-
in 2014 to get the state’s seventh veter- cle early in the battle and Teegardin had Teegardin has never lived in Kentucky,
ans nursing home built in Port St. Luc- to retreat to the Army’s nearby forward but did visit the Bluegrass State to see his
ie. Construction is start on the Ardie R. operating base. son who was stationed at Fort Campbell.
Copas State Veterans’ Nursing Home on It’s doubtful some of the most well-known
Tradition Parkway this Monday, June 18. But that’s only a portion of Teegar- Kentucky colonels were ever in the com-
(See story, Page 8.) The competition for din’s longstanding record of service that’s monwealth at all. Winston Churchill was
the home among contending counties earned him a place alongside the about one.
was fierce. Teegardin and others craft- 85,000 people who’ve been commis-
ed a convincing 600-page bid in days sioned as honorary Kentucky Colonels So was the first American to orbit Earth
to present to the home’s site-selection over the last 200 years. Teegardin is shy – John Glenn. He was given his commis-
committee. about discussing it. sion while in space.

But, Teegardin is pretty accustomed to “I was nominated by a direct dece- The thing Teegardin hopes to use the
working under pressure. dent of Harland Sanders,” Teegardin said. honorary commission for is to let more
“They know what I do.” veterans know that the county offers help
In 2004 he was serving in the Army’s with filing claims and appeals to the De-
Special Operations Command’s civil af- Yes, that Harland Sanders, of fried partment of Veteran Affairs. Well, that and
fairs in Sadr City and other dangerous chicken fame. Teegardin declined to maybe to get a free drink.
places in Iraq. His job was to help bring identify the person who’d nominated him
stability, infrastructure and democracy out of respect for the individual’s privacy. “I’m expecting a case of bourbon to
to the Iraqi people. Insurgents wanted come in,” he quipped.
Americans to fail. Teegardin and others Kentucky governors have been giving
on his team had to get to know the locals notable individuals the honorary title of St. Lucie County Veteran Services is at
to work with them, which meant daily go- “colonel” since 1813. Gov. Isaac Shelby 1664 SE Walton Road, suite 205, in Port
ing outside bases through neighborhoods started the tradition by naming his son- St. Lucie. The phone number is 772-337-
knowing they had figurative bulls-eyes in-law to be the “colonel” of his staff. That 5670. 
started a practice that became a tradition.

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PHOTOS: MITCH KLOORFAIN

CATCH ’EM IF YOU CAN! Judith Rodriguez, left, gives an assist to
Kieran Ford, 8, with his second catch during
the Port St. Lucie Police Athletic League Kids’ Fishing Clinic last Saturday. Above, Ed Stubbs, vice
president of Savanna Fishing Club, helps Sarah Taylor, 7, with her fresh catch. 

CITY’S STORM TEAM That’s what everybody hopes for. But in re- team filed live, television-like reports on videos and replaying them, because they
cent years, no such luck. Facebook. didn’t have reporters to get out here,” Ciu-
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 perger said.
“We had two storms within a year of each “We tried to capture video whenever pos-
of immediate and repeating coverage down other,” Kristina Ciuperger, the communica- sible,” Ciuperger said. “We started to do our Additionally, the city recently updated its
to the block on people’s computers, tablets tions director at the city, said. own new stories.” website to make it more easily accessible
and smartphones. to mobile phones. When storms approach,
Those storms were, of course, hurri- Those videos and other updates were also the city creates a page at the site to post up-
The benefit was especially seen just last canes Matthew in 2016 and Irma in 2017. on Twitter and the lesser-known Nextdoor, a dates. That’s proven to have a much farther
year with Hurricane Irma. “News stations Ciuperger said the city learned much from social network for specific neighborhoods. reach than perhaps expected.
just couldn’t get up here – they didn’t have both about using emerging features on so- About 16,000 residents in Port St. Lucie are
the reporters,” said Sarah Prohoska, the cial-media to keep people informed before, on that social network. Users have to give “We had a great story happen about a
city’s public information officer. during and after large storms hit. verifiable addresses to ensure they’re in the gentleman in New Jersey who was looking
neighborhoods they claim. at the city’s website and he was able to give
She explained that the city’s communica- “We actually won some awards for our his parents information and get them to a
tions team was not only able to fill a gap in communications practices,” she said. Ciuperger said during Irma as the com- shelter,” Ciuperger said.
television coverage, but to add immediate Among them are the Association of Market- munications team got word from other
interactivity to it. ing and Communications’ Hermes Creative city departments about, say, downed trees Prohoska and Ciuperger said the city’s
gold and platinum awards. blocking roadways, it tapped Nextdoor to communication team has even more tools
“We had our staff monitoring our Face- tell the people nearby. for getting word out and answering more
book, Twitter and Nextdoor,” Prohoska Ciuperger and Prohoska said several at questions during hurricanes than it did
said. “We were responding very quickly to the city have backgrounds in television “It’s set up by communities,” she ex- during Matthew and Irma. Both also recom-
questions.” and other media and turned that experi- plained. “We can just send that immediately mended registering with the county’s Alert
ence loose on emergent technology, such as to that neighborhood.” St. Lucie program, which allows people to
The 2018 North Atlantic hurricane sea- Facebook Live, the steaming video feature get alerts issued by the county’s Division of
son is here. It started on June 1 and will con- which existed for only about a year before Social media wasn’t the only place people Emergency Management by phone, email
tinue until Nov. 30. Hurricane seasons can Matthew. were seeing the city’s live reporting during and text messages. 
and do go with no storms hitting Florida. Matthew and Irma.
During that storm, the communications
“The news stations were picking up those



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FIRE DISTRICT GRATEFUL FOR DONATED RING CRACKERS LAKE OKEECHOBEE

BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer ness to ring safety,” said Janessa Harden, ing on Wednesday, June 20, at 3 p.m. The CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1
[email protected] of G. Alan’s Fine Jewelry, in a statement meeting will be held in the chambers at
released by the St. Lucie County Fire Dis- the St. Lucie County Fire District Admin- St. Lucie County. According to the South
Who would ever think that the symbol trict, “as well as educating our community istration, 5160 NW Milner Drive, Port St. Florida Water Management District,
of a lifelong committed relationship could on where to go to safely remove rings they Lucie. which verified what spokespeople from
ever pose a safety risk? Anyone who has cannot remove themselves and offer a safe the city and county told St. Lucie Voice,
served in the emergency field might have alternative. We suggest people who are in G. Alan’s Fine Jewelry has been actively Lake O’s discharges go out the St. Lucie
had that thought cross their mind from need of this service find a local fire station supporting the community for years, as do Canal – C-44 – and flow into the South
time to time. or trusted jeweler.” numerous other businesses and groups. Fork of the St. Lucie River.

More traditional wedding rings – those Fire Chief Nate Chief Spera said From there, the water dumps into the
made of gold or silver – are easy enough Spera told St. Lucie that the agency ap- Stuart Inlet in Martin County.
to snip off of someone’s finger if need be. Voice that he – on preciates all the sup-
But more modern rings made of serinium behalf of the district port it gets from the The U.S. House of Representatives re-
(vitalium), tungsten carbide and ceramic – appreciates the gift community, which cently approved its Water Resources Devel-
don’t easily cut. from G. Alan’s Fine supplements the opment Act, which includes a placeholder
Jewelry. When he support the district for the proposed reservoir. That placehold-
In the case of a hand trauma, emergen- was first approached receives via grants er is expected to be replaced with language
cy personnel could be hard pressed to get about the ring crack- and other govern- calling for the reservoir, as the U.S. Army
the ring off before the victim loses their ers, he said he re- mental avenues. To Corps of Engineers envisions.
finger. quested just a few – that end, the district
four or five – to have Fire Chief Nate Spera. is pursuing a safety “The Army Corps’ discharges from
For that reason, White City jeweler G. placed strategically boat in partnership Lake Okeechobee, which started again …
Alan’s Fine Jewelry, in partnership with around the county. Instead, the jeweler with the St. Lucie are unacceptable,” U.S. Rep. Brian Mast
Jewelry Innovations, has donated 17 ring offered up a ring cracker for each of the County Sheriff’s Office and is working said in a statement released last week.
crackers, a tool specifically designed to county’s 17 fire stations. through the grant process. “There are al- “Our community cannot afford more
safely remove rings. They’re so-named ways things we’re looking for,” Chief Spera devastation. We cannot afford a status
because of the cracking noise they make Chief Spera said hand injuries requiring said. quo that prioritizes everyone else’s inter-
when in use. ring removal happen a “few times a year at ests over ours.
most, but when it happens …” his voice Anyone interested in how they can sup-
The jeweler is also donating silicone trailed off, and he sighed. port the Fire District is encouraged to con- “Passage of this bill brings us one step
wedding bands to all active firefighters tact Brenda Stokes, executive aide, at 772- closer to getting the southern storage
who wish to wear a symbol of their love The donation will be officially present- 621-3333.  reservoir built and includes other major
without risking their metal band. ed at the next Fire District Board meet- wins that will help prevent toxic algae. No
longer will Congress fail to act when the
“Our goal in donating these ring crack- situation is so dire!”
ers and silicone bands is to bring aware-
Later this summer, the U.S. Senate is
expected to take up the Water Resources

$27,062,000* These are better ways to spend
$27,062,000 that would have a more
The St. Lucie County School Board voted direct impact on educating our
to spend this money on a NEW DISTRICT children and keeping them safe. If
ADMINISTRATOR’S OFFICE BUILDING in I am elected as your School Board
St. Lucie West. A more cost effective option would Member my priorities would be:
have been to share space at one of the many
• $676,000 for school security equipment at each of the
under enrolled schools in the county. 40 district schools

OR

• $9,000 for each of the 3,000 St. Lucie Teachers to buy
updated student computers

OR

• $20,000,000 to renovate the North & South County
Sports Facility

OR

• $27,062,000 for a comprehensive Vocational
Technical High school

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Development Act. If approved, it would Morrison said that once the president the requested amounts. being released south into the everglades.
find its way to President Donald Trump’s signs the act, one of two schedules will be The slower, 20-year schedule is “more The plan currently calls for a 10,100-
desk for signing. followed, depending on funding.
consistent” with the funding currently acre reservoir, 23 feet deep. It would be
“It would significantly reduce the dam- The fast-track schedule of 10 years for being received for everglades restoration. able to store an estimated 78.2 billion
aging discharges” from Lake Okeechobee, the design and construction hinges on gallons of water from Lake O.
said Matt Morrison, the Water Manage- all of the funding going through from all Morrison explained the reservoir
ment District’s federal policy and coordi- of the participating agencies – including would be used to hold the discharged A constructed marsh would be scrub
nation bureau chief. those at the state and federal levels – at water, which would be cleaned through the water before being released to the ev-
the stormwater retention process before erglades. 

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THE CELEBRATION OF
LIFE STARTS HERE

A rendering of the Ardie R. Copas State Veterans’ Nursing Home in Tradition.

Work to start on Copas nursing home

AYCOCK AT TRADITION LIFE CELEBRATION CENTER BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent dards. The federal Department of Veteran
Affairs – which is separate from the Florida
• Celebration of Life Construction of the Ardie R. Copas State Department of Veteran Affairs – is paying
• Tradition Funerals Veterans’ Nursing Home in Tradition is slat- for 65 percent of the about $48 million con-
• SpAneucnifoarglesttaObleccasion Celebrations ed to start this Monday, June 18. struction, and thus had to approve designs.
The quarrel was resolved early in 2017. The
memorial “They’re leveling the ground and putting state veterans department had announced
in the ponds for drainage,” said Steve Mur- timeframes for groundbreakings for Copas
takes planning. ray, communications director at the Florida since December 2014.
Department of Veteran Affairs.
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CrSeWekStWoanyy have data on when the first cinderblock will the Clyde E. Lassen State Veterans’ Nursing
SW Tradition Lakes Blvd. be down,” Murray said. Home in St. Augustine. The groundbreak-
SW Hartwick Dr. ing was in 2008, and it opened in 2010.
There was a groundbreaking for the Co-
pas home, named for a Fort Pierce Medal This has been the longest wait for a new
of Honor recipient, on March 20 that drew nursing home in the state veterans depart-
Gov. Rick Scott and other dignitaries. It was ment’s 30-year history. Voters approved
a long-awaited start for the 121,000-square- creation of the FDVA in 1988. It opened the
foot facility that will specialize in caring for Robert H. Jenkins Jr. Veterans’ Domiciliary
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IN LOVING MEMORY

BETTY C. HICKS, 90 Burby; three children, Gregory Burby of We’re here to help...
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Lucie passed away on May 29 at Tradition Carla Zvosechz and Charles Williams of
Medical Center in Port St. Lucie. Born in La Pinellas Park, Fla., Cheryl Matson of Port end-of-life journey.
Porte, Ind., Mrs. Hicks was a previous res- St. Lucie and Cynthia Oaks, of Berea, Ky.;
ident of Hypoluxo, Fla., coming from Ohio grandchildren, Michael Ampuja, Sarah
in 1998 before relocating to the Treasure Ampuja, Hannah Burby, Maddie Kurik-
Coast area in 2009. ka and Paige Kurikka, and Evan Malone;
step-grandchildren, Angela Jacobs,
She was a homemaker and will be truly Danielle Boven, Jessica Webb, Kimberly
missed by her family and friends. Zvosechz, Carlene Arnold, Tyler Zvosechz,
Chelsea Staut, Zach Matson, Brooke Akers,
Mrs. Hicks is survived by her daugh- Amanda Caudill, Courtney Adams, Travos
ter, Christiane Mollet; her sons, Samuel and Timmy Oaks; and his cats Bailey and
(Karyn) Mollet IV, Kern (Kim) Mollet and Boo-Boo.
Brian (Dian) Mollet; six grandchildren and
five great-grandchildren.

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Eduardo Garcia fishes in the shadow of the Voici Bernadette, St. Lucie County’s latest edition to its artificial reef program. The freighter had been used as a drug-smuggling ship before it was seized by U.S. Customs. PHOTOS: MITCH KLOORFAIN

FREIGHTER’S NEW ROLE aboard the Voici Bernadette. The deluxe were bound for Volusia County. “She’s full of stuff,” Green said, noting that
would grant the donor a “sister” plaque with “I’ll just plant a bug in their ear,” he re- the ship’s wheel will be among the items
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 the coordinates to its match on the ship. placed on the auction block.
called thinking during the workshop. The
Green, one of the volunteers organizing the The environmental group said the most meeting was in February. In March, he re- Two events have currently been sched-
necessary fundraisers. “This is history.” important thing to take into consideration ceived the call that Customs had the Voici uled, including one this Sunday, June 17,
when sinking the Voici Bernadette is ensur- Bernadette. Now, the freighter is in St. Lucie. at Causeway Cove across from the St. Lucie
Green and others are part of the newly ing the ship is void of oil and gasoline and County aquarium. There will be entertain-
created MMPS Environmental Inc. 501(c)3 any other pollutants that would damage the “You have no idea,” Oppenborn quipped ment and a car show from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
nonprofit tasked with fundraising. underwater ecosystem. regarding just how quickly the federal gov-
ernment moved to bring the freighter here. A month later, on July 14, in Vero Beach,
Among the planned events, they will be “We don’t want to add to the environmen- there will be a block party at Wes’s Backyard
selling memorial plaques that will be in- tal issues,” Music said. “We don’t want fuel The plan is to sink the freighter sometime Barbecue from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. and will fea-
stalled on the ship. An area will be set aside washing up on shore.” this fall, as early as October, depending on ture a Battle of the Bands.
just for military memorials, and another for the funding.
first responders including police and fire- St. Lucie County received the freighter Other fundraisers, including items for sale,
fighters. from U.S. Customs and Border Protection It will join four barges, two tugboats and can be found and tracked at www.ThePeo-
after Coastal Resources Supervisor Jim Op- 50 concrete structures that make up the arti- plesReef.org, which is currently under con-
“There’s plenty of room,” Green said. penborn met with representatives earlier ficial reef system in the area. struction, so check back for updates.
Mark Music, founder of MMPS, said they this year at a workshop in West Palm Beach.
envision a couple “levels” of plaques, the The county has contracted with McCul- The county keeps a list of its artificial reefs
most basic providing the donor with a pa- Oppenborn said he had attended the ley Marine Services, which is responsible for along with videos or previous projects. Infor-
per certificate to commemorate the plaque workshop and took interest in Customs’ stripping down the ship. What isn’t deemed mation can be found at www.stlucieco.gov/
access to seized boats – including two that junk will later be auctioned as part of the reefs. 
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BY MARIA CANFIELD | Correspondent was conducted in collaboration with Dr. Jones says that the Tulane
study has value, though some of its
A study out of Tulane University in New Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public findings are inconclusive. “Hopefully,
Orleans concludes that women 60 and older this study will lead to other research
who take antibiotics – even for a short time – Health, provides yet another reason which takes a closer look at factors
may be at a higher risk of death. such as why the person was on anti-
for doctors to avoid prescribing an- biotics to begin with. There’s a big dif-
In recent years, it’s become common ference in expected health outcomes
knowledge the widespread use of antibiotics tibiotics unless they are absolutely if the person was given antibiotics for
has allowed infectious organisms to adapt
and become resistant to the drugs’ intended needed. a minor sinus infection versus
effects – which is to cure infections by killing as part of a treatment plan for a
or injuring bacteria. The researchers set out to inves- more serious illness.”
The findings of Professor Qi and
Another unintended consequence of an- tigate how antibiotic use during late his team were presented in a scientif-
tibiotic use is how even a single course of the ic session at a meeting of the Amer-
drug can disrupt the gut microbiome – the adulthood might be related to the ican Heart Association, held in New
complex community of beneficial micro- Orleans in March of this year.
organisms that reside in our digestive tract. risk of death. To do so, they studied To be fair to antibiotics, they are
This can lead to a decline in “good” bacteria an essential part of modern medicine, and
– including the species that produce “butyr- data collected on 37,510 women, are the only cure for a large number of in-
ate,” a substance that inhibits inflammation fectious diseases. When first used as a med-
and cancer formation in the gut. aged 60 and older, who did not have icine in 1942, penicillin became the most
effective life-saving drug in the world, con-
Cassi Jones, DO, an internal medicine heart disease or cancer at the start of quering such diseases as tuberculosis, gan-
physician associated with the Sebastian Riv- grene, pneumonia, diphtheria and scarlet
er Medical Center, says that there is much the study. fever. Since the early 1940s, scientists have
ongoing research about the importance of developed more than 150 different antibiot-
the gut microbiome (sometimes more pic- Study co-author Lu Qi, a professor ics to help stop the spread of infections, and
turesquely called gut flora) in our overall antibiotics are estimated to have saved at
health. She cites a study that found children of epidemiology at Tulane, says, “an- Cassie Jones, DO. least 200 million lives worldwide.
who are frequently treated with antibiotics tibiotic exposure affects balance and However, at the same time, there is little
for ear infections and other childhood ail- PHOTO: DENISE RITCHIE
ments are at an increased risk for obesity.
composition of the gut microbiome,
The results of the Tulane study, which
even after one stops taking antibiotics; so, it months or more in late adulthood were also

is important to better understand how tak- at a 58 percent higher risk of death due to

ing antibiotics might impact risks for chron- heart problems, compared with women

ic diseases and death.” who did not use antibiotics. However, the

The findings of Professor Qi and his team researchers did not find an association be-

were alarming: taking antibiotics for at least tween antibiotic use and the risk of death

2 months in late adulthood was linked with from cancer.

a 27 percent increase in risk of death. The They did find that the associations be-

link was even stronger for study participants tween antibiotic use and an increased risk

who reported they had also taken antibiot- of death remained strong when other fac-

ics during middle adulthood (between the tors – such as lifestyle, diet, weight and the

ages of 40 and 59). use of other medications – were taken into

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When you come to the kitchen, you can’t ous, with dual vanities, a separate shower Exceptional
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TRADITION AND ST. LUCIE WEST REAL ESTATE SALES

TOP SALES OF THE WEEK

A reasonably busy week in the Tradition and St. Lucie West real estate market saw 20 sin-
gle-family residences and lots change hands from June 4-8 (some shown below).
The top sale of the week was the home at 1290 NW Leonardo Circle. First listed in May for
$358,075, this 5-bedroom, 4-bathroom, 3,633-square-foot residence sold for the asking price on
June 5.
The week’s next-best sale was the abode at 12315 SW Keating Drive. Originally listed in April for
$339,900, the 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom, 2,198-square-foot house sold for $331,000 on June 8.

SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCES AND LOTS
ORIGINAL SELLING
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TOWN ADDRESS LISTED ASKING PRICE SOLD
$358,075
PORT SAINT LUCIE 1290 NW LEONARDO CIRCLE 5/16/2018 $358,075 6/5/2018 $331,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 12315 SW KEATING DRIVE 4/20/2018 $339,900 6/8/2018 $325,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 330 NW SPRINGVIEW LOOP 10/15/2017 $350,000 6/5/2018 $315,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 9232 SHORT CHIP CIRCLE 3/7/2018 $335,000 6/7/2018 $307,500
PORT SAINT LUCIE 11987 SW KNIGHTSBRIDGE LANE 3/13/2018 $324,900 6/7/2018 $268,500
PORT SAINT LUCIE 404 SW TALQUIN LANE 4/22/2018 $279,900 6/8/2018 $264,950
SAINT LUCIE WEST 425 NW SPRINGVIEW LOOP 5/7/2018 $269,900 6/6/2018 $262,290
PORT SAINT LUCIE 21045 SW MODENA WAY 3/28/2018 $263,290 6/4/2018 $257,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 973 NW LEONARDO CIRCLE 12/15/2017 $264,500 6/6/2018 $235,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 434 SW TALQUIN LANE 2/17/2018 $237,900 6/4/2018 $225,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 11168 SW BIRCH TREE CIRCLE 3/10/2018 $234,900 6/4/2018 $211,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 340 SW COCONUT KEY WAY 4/6/2018 $219,900 6/7/2018 $207,000
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HERE ARE SOME OF THE TOP RECENT TRADITION AND ST. LUCIE WEST REAL ESTATE SALES

12315 SW Keating Drive, Port Saint Lucie 330 NW Springview Loop, Port Saint Lucie

Listing Date: 4/20/2018 Listing Date: 10/15/2017
Original Price: $339,900 Original Price: $350,000
Sold: 6/8/2018 Sold: 6/5/2018
Selling Price: $331,000 Selling Price: $325,000
Listing Agent: Vickie Smith Listing Agent: Moira Feely-Rekus

Selling Agent: Bowen Realty, Inc. Selling Agent: Lang Realty

William Lyons Dean DeVries

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Listing Date: 3/7/2018 Listing Date: 3/13/2018
Original Price: $335,000 Original Price: $324,900
Sold: 6/7/2018 Sold: 6/7/2018
Selling Price: $315,000 Selling Price: $307,500
Listing Agent: AnnMarie Napolitano Listing Agent: Gregory Dalessio

Selling Agent: Keller Williams Realty Selling Agent: Greenergy Realty Treasure Coast, LLC

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FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 2018 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER

Coming Up! ‘THAT’S MY BROADWAY’
Nicky Wood’s tribute at the Barn: Page B2
STUART’S ROCKIN’ PHOTO COURTESY OF NICKY WOOD
RIVERWALK IDEAL
FOR FATHER’S DAY

BY SAMANTHA BAITA | Staff Writer

1 Rockin’ Riverwalk: Ev-
ery Sunday afternoon,
including the one coming up
– Father’s Day – there’s a free
open-air concert on Stuart’s
beautiful Riverwalk, brought
to you by the Downtown Busi-
ness Association of Stuart and
called, appropriately, Rockin’
Riverwalk. This popular weekly
event features live music, and
all sorts of food, beverages and
conviviality on one of the pret-
tiest riverside venues around.
This Sunday the music will be
provided by OPM, a five-piece
classic rock band that played
the City of Stuart’s Rockin’ Riv-
erwalk Inaugural Concert event
back in ’09 to 400-plus fans.
Both the event and the band
have remained crowd-pleas-
ers. To make parking easy, park
at Osceola, Sailfish, or Kiwanis
Park and ride the free Sailfish
Shuttle to the Riverwalk fun,
which starts at 1 p.m.

2 For lovers of nature’s
art: One of the Treasure
Coast’s most beloved treasures

CONTINUED ON PAGE B6

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Nicky Wood to belt out Broadway’s best at Barn benefit

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer Nicky Wood. “I’ve wanted to do one, but I was afraid,” he said.
[email protected] “There’s Chita Rivera, Elaine Stritch, Tommy Tune.
PHOTO COURTESY OF NICKY WOOD They had illustrious careers (before staging one-per-
Summertime in Florida is coming and the living is son shows). My career is just starting. I thought, ‘What
easy. To ease your way into the lazy, hazy days, the Barn if I do a one-person show about the amazing career of
Theatre is presenting “Yes Sir, That’s My Broadway,” star- Broadway?’ It’s a time machine that goes back to 1904
ring Nicky Wood, in a salute to a century of Broadway’s and works up to this season with ‘Dear Evan Hansen’
brightest stars, shows, songs and stories, this Saturday, and ‘Frozen.’
June 16. The event, in the afternoon and evening, will
present music from Porter to “Pippin,” from Cohan to “It has Ziegfeld, Cohan, Fred Astaire and (choreog-
“Company” and from Sondheim to the “Sound of Mu- raphers) Michael Bennett, Jerome Robbins and Bob
sic,” although that last should probably be reversed. Fosse. There are multi-media, amazing projections
and audio designs. In 120 minutes, there are 68 songs.
Wood will star in a one-man, nonstop song-and- Because of the vast body of work, it’s so diverse. An
dance hit parade. He is the creator, writer and producer 80-year-old and a 20-year-old can find their favorite
of numerous musicals and is the production stage man- song in the same show.
ager for Norwegian Creative Studios, creating entertain-
ment for Oceania Cruise Lines. He is also engaged with “I get to sing Rodgers and Hammerstein and Andrew
the Broadway Theatre Project, where he has collaborat- Lloyd Webber in the same show. I haven’t been this ex-
ed with stars such as Ben Vereen and Donna McKechnie. cited since my first main stage show at the Barn when
I was 16.”
As a birthday present for himself, Nicky has returned
to the Treasure Coast and to Stuart’s Barn, which he calls The show is a fundraiser for the Barn’s new roof, Wood
“his home away from home.” said. “A significant portion of the proceeds will go to the
roofing project,” he said. “The Barn has made amazing
Wood recently celebrated six months with Norwegian improvement and the roof is next. If this show sold out,
Creative Studios where he has worked with the casts of they would be at half their goal. It’s win-win-win. I’m off,
three ships and on 13 productions. the Barn is dark and the show can help get them closer
to their goal.”
“Boredom is impossible,” he said. “The styles are so
varied. One morning you’re in the 1940s, in the after- Let him entertain you. You’ll have a real good time.
noon you’re in the 1960s and then the 1990s a few hours
later. It’s really exciting and fast-paced. Each cast gets The Barn Theatre, 2400 E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart, presents
only 3-5 days to learn the content of a new show. Then I Nicky Wood in “Yes Sir, That’s My Broadway,” June 16 at 2
come home and put a show together.” p.m. and 8 p.m. Tickets are $20. Call 772-287-4884 or visit
www.barn-theatre.com. 
This love note to Broadway is Wood’s first one-person
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BY MARY SCHENKEL and
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The Vero Beach Wine & Film Festival
surged into its third year last week, of-
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to documentaries and feature films, showing of stylish outfits from Outlet had our first film at the Heritage Center
and the WOW (World of Wine) tent was stores. and practically all the seats were filled.” Stanley, Stewart said weekend tastings
THE place to be for oenophiles. would include close to 100 different
The festival began in earnest on “What’s really enjoyable is to see wine varieties; some so rare, “they don’t
Prior to the presentation of the Life Thursday, with the first of the film how the program has grown over the usually come out to play.”
Worth Living Legend Award to actor/ screenings. “We’ve made it so each one last couple of years,” said Vero resident
activist George Takei at Friday’s Cinema of them is their own little jewel of a George Taber, author of “Judgment of Responding to a standing ovation,
Uncorked Opening Night Awards Bash, screening this year. We looked at each of Paris: California vs. France and the His- Takei elicited roars of laughter – and
VBWFF founder Jerusha Stewart and these films individually and created or toric 1976 Paris Tasting that Revolution- more than a few Vulcan salutes – ut-
co-founder Susan Keller Horn made a crafted something,” Stewart explained. ized Wine.” tering his signature catchphrase, “Oh
special announcement. My!”
Later that evening the sold-out Vino The excitement level ratcheted up
“When I had the idea to start the Veritas Vintner Dinner at Costa d’Es- with the arrival of George Takei and Takei commented on the sense of
festival three years ago, Susan and her te Resort featured wines by Robert Rex husband Brad Altman Takei, who both passion binding filmmakers and wine-
husband Darrell Horn, the most loved of Deerfield Ranch Winery in Sonoma charmed with an easy bonhomie, chat- makers who all love what they do, before
veterinarian, I think, in town, were very County, awarded 2018 Winemaker of the ting and submitting to endless selfies. thanking everyone and signing off with,
generous to loan the festival organiza- Year at the American Fine Wine Compe- “Live long and prosper!”
tion $20,000 to get started,” said Stew- tition. Rex, a self-professed ‘Renaissance
art. man’ with a jaunty handlebar mus- At Friday morning’s Movies in the
“This is like a family reunion!” tache, said he began making wine with Morning at Grind + Grape, festival goers
“It has been such a pleasure to be part whooped Stewart with her distinctive his wife in their garage in 1972 before sipped mimosas while watching “The
of this festival,” said Susan Horn, an- laugh, watching as 100 guests sipped opening Deerfield Ranch Winery in Root of Happiness” before chatting with
nouncing that as the festival pays back champagne, packed shoulder to shoul- 1982. “We still learn something new ev- its writer/director Andy Truschinski.
the loan, the money will go directly to der in the patio outside the Crystal Ball- ery day,” said Rex, who gets grapes from Throughout the weekend, these sorts
Suncoast Mental Health Center, the room. “We built this really solid wine various organic, sustainable vineyards of intimate conversations were well re-
beneficiary of the festival, which is now
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of our ceived by film buffs and aspiring film- be persecuted; this time for being gay.
makers alike. Takei is now an activist for both issues,
New Assisted Living likening his childhood internment to the
Neighborhood! Also Friday, the animated feature “My current political climate with its fright-
Life as a Zucchini” was presented by Sun- eningly similar immigration policies. His
The Brennity at Tradition has expanding to coast Mental Health Center. Now in its advice to aspiring filmmakers? “Hang in
add 41 brand new assisted living apartments 20th year, Suncoast provides counseling, there. One thing guaranteed is rejection,”
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Friday evening kicked off with Cine-
ma Uncorked at Riverside Theatre, fea-
turing presentations of VBWFF Awards
to winning filmmakers, the Life Worth
Living Legend Award to honoree George
Takei, an interview with Takei and Emmy
Award-winning film critic Jeffrey Lyons.
and a screening of the film “To Be Takei.”

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Youngsters in spotlight for Riverside’s ‘Madagascar Jr.’

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer education, explained why he chose this an hour.” That, most parents of little ones If you can’t
[email protected] show for his summer fare. will know, is about their capacity for sitting make these June
relatively still and not needing a restroom productions,
If you have a young one in your life, “It’s a musical,” he said. “It’s a newer break. there’s still an-
chances are you’ve seen “Madagascar.” The show, based on the DreamWorks film and other show for
DreamWorks film with the penguins was a it seems to hit all the spots (in the film) I For his audience, Quillinan looks for the young and young-at-heart. “Once on
hit some years ago and it has been turned remember. The characters are the same. shows that entertain. For the cast, they are this Island Jr.,” adapted from the Broad-
into a musical just right for a summer af- The lemurs sing, ‘I Like to Move it, Move it.’ fun, but still have an educational compo- way musical, will be presented July 20-21.
ternoon. The penguins are there, trying to get back nent. “I’m ways looking for something in This is a musical with a Calypso favor that
to Antarctica. They’re very funny.” the summer that’s fun and not too deep,” follows one small girl who finds love in a
Riverside Theatre’s Education section he said. “They’re having a good time. Some world of prejudice.
will present a one-hour version of “Mada- In case you don’t know, Alex the Lion, of the songs are channeling and there’s
gascar Jr.” June 15-16 and June 29-30. The Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe, Glo- an educational experience around it. We Riverside Theatre Education presents
first staging will feature students 12 and ria the hip hip Hippo and the penguins try don’t pick shows that aren’t going to chal- “Madagascar Jr.” June 15-16 and June 29-
up; the second will feature youngsters from to escape from their home in New York’s lenge our students. There’s a lot of dancing. 30 at Riverside Theatre, 3250 Riverside
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Screen of the crime (and comedy) at Lyric’s Cult Movie Series

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer convenience store clerk who is called in on a Saturday that is “Labyrinth,” the only PG film in the series, will be
[email protected] his day off. The day is an endless set of problems, including shown Oct. 12 at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. The adventure-fan-
the biggest one, that he is not supposed to be there on his tasy tells the story of Sarah, who has to babysit – again
The Lyric Theatre in Stuart has announced its first day off. The film is rated R. – for her stepbrother, Toby. In a fit of anger, she wishes
Cult Movies series. The series, which begins in August that goblins would take him away. Her wish is grant-
and runs into November, will take place on Friday In “Pulp Fiction,” Samuel L. Jackson and John Travolta ed and the Goblin King, played by David Bowie, takes
nights and feature some of those movies you loved are hit men out to retrieve a suitcase stolen from their em- Toby. She must embark on a dangerous mission to
when you first saw them and when you saw them ployer, a mob boss played by Ving Rhames. The Quentin rescue him. The film was directed by Jim Henson and
again and again. They’ve achieved cult status with Tarantino classic, which will be shown Sept. 28 at 4 p.m. won a BAFTA Award, the British equivalent of the Os-
movie buffs and they’ll be on the big screen, in a the- and 8 p.m., won an Oscar for Best Screenplay. The R-rated cars, for Best Special Visual Effects.
ater, where they were meant to be seen. film also stars Una Thurman, Bruce Willis, Tim Roth and
Amanda Plummer. “Night of the Living Dead,” from 1968, will be shown
Up first is “The Big Lebowski” on Aug. 17 at 4 p.m. Oct. 26 at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. If you want to scare your-
and 8 p.m. There are two men named Jeffrey Lebows- self before Halloween, the original zombie film is a
ki. One is a lazy, pot-smoking, White Russian-drinking 4K digital restoration, supervised by the late director
hippie who is known as “The Dude.” The other is a self- George Romero. He described it as “closer than any-
made, disabled, multimillionaire war veteran. Their thing we’ve seen to the definitive version of the film.”
paths cross when the millionaire’s trophy wife owes
money to a known pornographer. This R-rated crime The series ends Nov. 9 with “Donnie Darko.” The
drama is directed by Ethan and Joel Coen and stars Jeff sci-fi thriller stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a young man who
Bridges, John Goodman and Steve Buscemi. It features has trouble relating to other people. He has a friend,
intrigue, kidnapping, pornography, nihilists and White Gretchen, and an imaginary friend, Frank, a large bun-
Russians. Sounds almost like the news. ny which only he can see. The Richard Kelly film, which is
R-rated, veers into the supernatural.
“This is Spinal Tap” hits the screen Aug. 31 at 4 p.m. and There you have it. This is a collection of films with loyal
8 p.m. The Rob Reiner-directed film tells the story of a Brit- followings. Whether you’re a fan or are just curious, head to
ish heavy metal band, Spinal Tap, which is on an American Lyric to see them.
comeback tour, accompanied by a fan who is also a film-
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Holy Catnip! Bonz befriends a family of felines

couches, by a shiny white piano. whole time. Well, look!” Hector
“Make yourselves cumf-tubble,”
he said, snuggling next to his turned. “Here’s the Queen Bee!
Dad on the couch, a paw over his
Hi Dog Buddies! hand. “As the Family Spokescat, Bonzo, may I present Chloe.
I am prepared to answer your
Woof! It seems like years since I innerv- questions.” She’s 17. She’s a Ragdoll.”
iewed my First Cat. I was so nervous I
even borrowed a book from a pooch pal “First off, I’d love to hear how Chloe was dainty, with bun-
who has a coupla cat stepsisters: “Basic your blended family got togeth-
Cat for Dummies.” I still think cats are er.” ny-soft white and dark fur.
Mysterious, But I understand ’em better
now, and I have several cat frens. “We all joined the family as kit- “Happy to meet you, young
tens, back in Albuquerque: first
So, when me an my assistant knocked Chloe, then Harley, me, Hoop- fellow,” she said. “If these boys
at the home of Hector Heyward an family, er, Aubie an Tobie. Except for
I kinda expected a few meows an maybe a Chloe, we’re all rescues. Mom- start cattin’ around, you just let
coupla toy mice lying around. But, when ma worked with a coupla no-kill
Hector’s Mom opened the door, I saw no shelters (still does), and she’d me know. I’ll set ’em straight.”
cats whatsoever. keep getting’ kittens to foster an
then couldn’t part with ’em. She “Thank you, Miss Chloe,” I
Then, purposefully padding down the was a Foster Failure. Lucky for all
hall toward us came a dark gray mackeral of us!” told her politely. Then, “You all
tabby cat, with white paws an face, an a
long, gray tail. “That’s what you’d call Cool have a nice pool. Do you swim?”
Catnip, right?” I said. “So, where are the
“Hector Heyward, I presume,” I said, others?” “NO!” said Hector emphati-
wagging in place, as per “Basic Cat for
Dummies” Rule 1: “Let the cat come to “Right! Oh, they’re around. See,” he cally. “We do NOT swim!”
you.” pointed a paw toward the dining room.
“That’s Harley. You’d never guess he had “What about that time you
“Indeed,” he said, approaching for a to be bottle-fed, cuz he was so teeny. Now
Nose Bump. “And you’re Bonzo the Col- he’s the heaviest.” leaned over too far an fell in,”
umnist, of course. Meet our Momma,
Marilyn, an our Papa Ben.” Relaxing on the lace tablecloth was a said Harley. “Boy, you were a
brown an white tabby. He licked a paw
Hector led us to some cozy-lookin’ hoot, draggin’ yourself out by

Aubie, left, and Hector. your elbows, all Wet Cat!”
“Thanks for reminding me,
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delicately. “I’m Big-Boned, thank you.” do enjoy chasing the occasional lizard,”

“Oh, right,” said Hector. “It has nothing he continued. “Specially Aubie. One time,

to do with you an Papa Ben hangin’ out, Momma found us all in a circle staring

eatin’ chips an hot dogs an watching foot- at the rug, so she came over an pulled it

ball. Oh, an don’t forget the time you stole back. There was this liddle snake Aubie’d

the bacon when Papa Ben was makin’ caught. We’d NEVER heard Momma hol-

baked beans.” ler that loud before.”

“Humph,” grumped Harley. “Musta been quite an adventure, mov-

“This is Aubie,” said Hector, turning ing all the way from New Mexico,” I com-

EXTENDED GROOMING HOURS! to the piano, where a handsome, fluffy mented, cleverly changing the subject.

Mon,Tues,Wed, Fri until 6pm, Saturday - until 3pm gold tabby reclined majestically, lion-like, “Oh, it WAS!” said Hector. “We each

mane an all. had our own carrier. Momma had Chloe

“I’m just 3,” said Aubie. “I got my name and Hooper in her liddle car, and Papa

cuz of my auburn fur, an cuz Papa Ben Ben had me, Harley, Aubie an Tobie in his

graduated from a big school called Au- big one. When we left there was 16 inch-

burn. I just got my Summer Lion Haircut. es of snow, an it was frosty-whiskers cold.

Whadyda think?” The trip was three days an two nights, an

“It looks terrific,” I said. (soon as we ree-lized we weren’t going to

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EC0-ADVENTURE GET REVVED AND JAZZED UP FOR FATHER’S DAY!
ON TAP FOR KIDS
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent was much stronger than the rival Ford “They’re all teenagers from the area.”
The Oxbow Eco-Center is giving par- Model T. Additionally, “there’s going to be some
ents a night out by hosting a special Dads, music, cars.
Evening Eco-Adventure for their kids on Causeway Cove Marina will have its Motorcycles will also be on display water sports,” Beltran said. “Paddle
Saturday, June 30, from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. first Father’s Day Car & Jazz Fest this and, for that matter, just about anything boards, kayaks. It’s right on the water, so
Not only do parents get the night off, this Sunday, June 17. Al Beltran’s company, else that gets people around is wel- you could go swimming if you like.”
will be an experience your kids will never Cosmic Barley, is coordinating the event. comed – bicycles, horse carriages, tanks.
forget. They’ll meet some nocturnal an- “We’re looking to start a tradition for Cosmic Barley is taking entries for the After dads have looked at cars and en-
imals from the Treasure Coast Wildlife Father’s Day,” he said. car show up to event day. joyed some paddle-boarding, they can
Center, including owls, an alligator and Causeway Cove is at 601 Seaway Drive, relax with beers while listening to the
a crocodile. on Hutchinson Island in Fort Pierce. The “If I have 500 cars, we’ll still have live music.
event will be noon to 6 p.m. “It’s free room,” Beltran said.
Then they’ll go on a sunset hike in the admission and only $5 for car parking,” “We’re also going to have some cigar
forest, play games and do wildlife-related Beltran said. He said anyone who wishes to display rolling,” Beltran said.
activities and crafts. Pizza, drinks and a Cars, of course, headline the day. a car, or other transportation device,
snack will be served. “We’re expecting over 100 cars,” Bel- should arrive early. The display fee is $15. Better still, dads will get to watch their
tran said, and they will be coming from children having a blast.
This evening adventure is appropri- near and far. There will also be cars on the smaller
ate for ages 6-12 and pre-registration is There will be everything from Jeeps to size to admire at the event. “We have stuff for the kids,” Beltran
required. Admission fee is $30 per child Volkswagens and some good old-fash- said. “We’re going to have bounce hous-
and $20 for each additional sibling. Space ioned American Iron. Some of the cars “We’re going to have some guys out es, face painting, ice cream.”
is limited, so register for this event by will even pre-date the days when ho- there with model cars, a local model car
contacting the Oxbow Eco-Center at 772- trods ruled the roads. group,” Beltran said. Harold Smyth, event coordinator at
785-5833 or [email protected] “One of the oldest cars in Florida is the marina, said locals should keep a
going to be here,” Beltran said. Cars are only half the festival’s name. lookout for an abundance of summer
If you’re feeling lucky, you can also That’s a 1917 Dodge Brothers Model There’s also outstanding jazz – some- events at Causeway Cove.
enter for a chance to win a spot in the 30 Touring. Horace Elgin and John Fran- thing Florida has in abundance.
Eco-Adventure. Tickets are $1 each, or $5 cis Dodge supplied parts to automotive “We have 18 acres of event venue,” he
for 6 tickets. Tickets may be purchased makers for about 15 years before they “We’re having world-class jazz music said. “We have power and water laid out
at St. Lucie County’s Environmental Re- started making cars. The Model 30 was all day long,” Beltran said. for up to 120 vendors.”
sources Department located at 2300 Vir- one of the company’s first offerings. It
ginia Avenue in Fort Pierce, or at the Ox- featured a 35-horsepower engine, which Shak Nasti is a featured group. Additionally, Causeway Cove can
bow Eco-Center. “They are one of the top jazz funk fu- comfortably park about 2,000 cars.
sion bands in the region right now,” Bel-
All proceeds from this event benefit tran said. “They’re coming from Orlan- “We’re the only event venue in the
the Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie Coun- do. These guys play nationally.” area that’s right on the water,” Smyth
ty. Payments can be made with cash or a Also on tap is local, young musical tal- said.
check made payable to Boys & Girls Clubs ent. “Right now we have the Sunrise Jazz
of St. Lucie County. No credit cards ac- Combo, a local jazz group,” Beltran said. Beltran said Facebook is the best place
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Corp. school word 97 Singer Milsap
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