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03/10/2017 ISSUE 10

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An Eire of anticipation

A3 A4 A11Preview of St. Pat’s weekend fun
From ‘remote’ to reality? Barking up wrong tree

Rec idea seems to be taking off About that dog park idea ...

VOLUME 2, ISSUE 10 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 2017

Riding momentum, schools boss calls
90 percent graduation rate ‘achievable’

BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent Lucie Voice. “That’s achievable education committee to coordi-
this year.” nate with the district.
Graduation rates are the best
they’ve ever been in the St. Luc- Education is getting a lot of Also in December the state re-
ie County School District, but attention in Port St. Lucie. Last leased an annual report showing
Superintendent E. Wayne Gent month the City Council took the that the district had an 86.8 per-
wants better and he thinks that’s unusual step of passing a resolu- cent graduation rate in the 2015-
close. tion urging the district to “create 2016 school year.
and sustain a high performing
“We expect to see our gradu- school system.” In December the “We went from 75.5 (percent) to
ation rate – the goal is to be 90 council discussed creating an 86.8,” Gent said in the interview.
percent or higher,” he told the St.
CONTINUED ON PAGE A6

ST. LUCIE’S GOT Project administrator
TALENT ... WAS George Denti speaks on
THERE A DOUBT? the Crosstown Parkway
Extension at an open
house Monday.

ON A ROLL! BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer An open house full of specifics
[email protected] on Crosstown extension project
Vivianna Avitto teams up with her
grandmother in the bocce tourna- How do you judge among sing- BY ADAM LATEN WILLSON | Correspondent
ment during the 8th annual Festival ers, dancers, poets, drummers and
Italiano at the Port St. Lucie Civic light throwers? It’s not an easy task Port St. Lucie residents were all ears Monday at an informal PSL
Center on Sunday. At left, Dominic but one that the City of Port St. Luc- Community Center open house and presentation on the Crosstown
DiGeorgio joins the world of speed- ie’s Recreation Department staff Parkway Extension project, already under way and slated for com-
appears ready to tackle. pletion by fall 2019.
eaters with a victory during the
sausage and pepper eating contest. The city is again preparing for Mayor Greg Oravec’s opening remarks underlined the celebra-
its annual Talent Show coming in tory mood among city staff and project coordinators. “Now it wasn’t
PHOTOS: MITCH KLOORFAIN April. Just one more audition date four score, but it was two score,” Oravec jested. “Forty years ago, the
is scheduled and far more have City of Port St. Lucie first put down the idea of the third east-to-west
tried out than there are available crossing. So here we are years later, after many challenges, getting
spots in the show’s lineup.
CONTINUED ON PAGE A10
“Maybe we got the word out
better this year,” said organizer Ja-
clynn Gazdacko, adding that, as of
press time, well over 30 acts had
auditioned for the 25 spots.

Among those hoping to make
the cut is Dominque Franklin of
All or Nothing Dance Company. He
coaches approximately 50 dancers
split into two teams – juniors and
seniors.

CONTINUED ON PAGE A4

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brings ‘Sundown’ to
LOCAL NEWS A1-A14 the Sunrise. Page B3

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GET YOUR IRISH UP FOR ST. PAT’S WEEKEND FUN

BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent A scene from last year’s parade. PHOTO COURTESY OF THE CITY OF PORT ST. LUCIE “The ‘lucky rocks’ will be worth prizes,” she said.
The city will use its Facebook page to display the “lucky
Shine up the shillelagh, the bodhran and whistle beckon. he said. The storied band features Sean McGuinness, Pierce rocks” painted by festival-goers then hidden in the parks.
The Friendly Sons and Daughters of Ireland and the city’s Plunkett and Tom Miller. They’ll take the stage at 2 p.m. People who find them will be able to claim those prizes.
Parks & Recreation Department are hosting the annual St. Each festival-goer can paint up to three rocks. At press
Patrick’s Day Festival and Parade next Friday and Saturday Dance groups will take the stage at 3 p.m. Then the Ram- time, 2,000 have been donated to the city. Prohaska said fes-
at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center, 9221 SE Civic Center Place. blers will be back at 4:50 p.m., followed by the Rowdy Micks tival-goers will have souvenirs for participating in the rock
“The parade is on (Saturday) the 18th,” Judy Williams, at 6:15 p.m. painting. “They’ll be able to take one home, so it’s not like
chairwoman, said. “The festival will start off at 3 p.m. on we’re keeping all their rocks,” she said.
Friday (March 17) and go to 10 p.m.” And go to the festival ready for some Irish food, Williams The rock painting begins after the parade.
After a short welcome from festival organizers, the Rowdy said. “Dominick’s Catering will be doing the corned beef- There’s a carnival that sets up by the Irish festival annual-
Micks will get traditional Irish sounds filling the air at 5:30 and-cabbage dinners and corned beef sandwiches,” she ly. While the festival winds down at 10 p.m. on Saturday, the
p.m. The band has been around the Treasure Coast since said. carnival sticks around for Sunday. Admission is free to the
2002. “Everybody loves the Rowdy Micks,” Williams said. festival and parade, but carnival wristbands are $20.
At 7:30 p.m., the M & M Sweeties Baton Group will wow Lankow said there’ll be lots of Irish dishes at the festival. Port St. Lucie’s Friendly Sons and Daughters of Ireland
the crowd with a flaming show. Literally flaming, as in flam- “We make every vendor do some kind of Irish food or started in 1988 and soon got down to organizing the annual
ing batons. dessert,” he said. festival. This is its 28th year. The group welcomes anybody
Irish eyes will keep smiling on Saturday morning with an Along with traditional Irish music at the festival, there’ll who’s completely Irish. Or 50 percent. Or 5 percent. Or, to
opening ceremony followed by the parade at 11 a.m. be some “rocking” going on. PSL Rocks will be on hand quote the website, “just wish they were Irish.”
“We have several new groups that are going to march,” helping folks paint some stones that’ll go to city parks. Among other things, the group gives scholarships and –
Williams said. “We will have bagpipers. We will have two Sarah Prohaska, the city’s public information officer, said importantly to the Irish – helps feed the less fortunate.
(pipe-and-drum) bands.” Those are the Palm Beach Coun- leprechauns will abandon the pots of gold to go looking for “This year we gave to Grace Packs,” Williams said. “They
ty Firefighters Pipes and Drums and Treasure Coast Pipes those rocks. provide food for children. Some children in the county don’t
and Drums. have food over the weekends.”
Tir Na Greine will perform Irish step dance at 12:30 p.m.
If you can’t figure out the Gaelic pronunciation, don’t worry Meetings are open to interested members of the public on
about it. It means “Land of Sunshine.” The M & M Sweeties the third Tuesday of the month, September to June, at the
will be back with batons at 1:40 p.m. Knights of Columbus, 451 SW Ravenswood Lane. The meet-
Larry Lankow, recreation supervisor at the city, said next ings start at 7 p.m. Visit the Friendly Sons and Daughters of
up is a bit of ear candy that people have been requesting for Ireland at www.pslirish.com. 
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‘Remote’ recreation idea could
become reality at Blanton Park

BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer fairly well enough buffered to not cause dis- Tim Jarrett, left, switched from spinning fire to spinning L.E.D. light ropes during an audition for the upcoming Port St.
[email protected] ruptions, according to the club.
Lucie Talent Show; Dane Loeprich and J.C. Castro audition with their band Cities. PHOTOS: MITCH KLOORFAIN
It’s been mostly quiet at Port St. Lucie’s “You rarely lose control of an airplane,”
Blanton Park – aside from the daredevil Ferland said, explaining that the size of the TALENT SHOW That matrix will include various criteria in-
drivers tearing through the property doing property would mean any crashes would cluding appearance, talent, crowd appeal
donuts and spinning their tires. But that happen in the park and not elsewhere. CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 and overall impression – leveling the playing
could all change soon if the Port St. Lucie “That’s how you learn.” field, so to speak, across the myriad of tal-
City Council approves an agreement to bring Both teams performed hip hop routines ents.
back remote-controlled planes, cars and oth- Ferland envisions the club’s use of the during a recent audition, the first time trying
er such vehicles. park as a way to introduce the public to re- out for the talent show since 2015. “They’re all pretty great,” Gazdacko said
mote-controlled devices – be they planes, of the crop of contenders this year. “It’s going
The City Council is expected to discuss dune buggies, airboats or even quad-copters “I think we did well,” Franklin said, add- to be hard (to judge).”
approving a lease agreement with the RC (commonly referred to as “drones,” though ing that his senior team won the competi-
Hobby Group on March 13 during its regular the group isn’t keen on the D-word). tion that year. “I’m just keeping my hopes Saturday, March 25, will be the final date
meeting. The council seemed supportive of up.” performers can audition for the show. Au-
the RC Hobby Group’s request during the last He said the public would be able to come ditions will be held starting at 1 p.m. at the
meeting. out to the park and watch the RC operators He added that he’s happy so long as his Port St. Lucie Civic Center.
and learn how to pilot their own. dancers deliver a solid performance.
“This has been a long time coming,” May- The talent show itself, however, will be
or Gregory Oravec said during the first of two Eventually, the park could be developed As for the competition, Franklin offers held at the Community Center to better ac-
readings of the proposed lease agreement. with multiple tracks for ground vehicles, a these words of advice: “Do your best. Just commodate the audience.
runway for planes, and a landing/takeoff worry about yourself.”
Councilwoman Jolien Caraballo expressed zone for quad-copters. The show will be Friday, April 28, starting
her support for the group’s proposed use for Gazdacko said the talent show’s judging at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 for VIP seating (seats
the park, noting that her husband – an RC en- “The kids getting involved in this,” Ferland will be broken into three age groups – youth, in the first three rows) and $8 for general ad-
thusiast – is excited about the prospect. said of RC piloting, “they’re amazing.” teen and adult – and the winners in each will mission.
receive gift cards as prizes. Judges will use
If approved, the RC Hobby Group will get Last year, the city sent out a Request for a scoring matrix to determine the winners. Funds raised through the talent show go
exclusive use of the Blanton Park property Proposals from companies, clubs and oth- back into the city’s recreation department. 
located on W. Blanton Boulevard for the next er organizations for use of the Blanton Park
five years and an option to renew for two property.
more five-year terms.
According to the city’s Procurement De-
Assistant Director of Parks and Recre- partment, only the RC Hobby Group submit-
ation Brad Keen said the property was va- ted an application. Keen said other groups
cated six or seven years ago by a different informally expressed interest in the property
group that operated gas-powered model but, for whatever reason, did not apply.
airplanes on the site. Since then, the prop-
erty has become a place where people drive While there are no rules, currently, restrict-
in and do donuts, tearing up the ground and ing the use of RC vehicles at other city parks,
causing damage. Keen said that staff would begin directing
people to go to Blanton Park if the council
Last year, the RC Hobby Group ap- approves the lease agreement.
proached Keen about finding somewhere
– anywhere – in the city to operate their re- He said the city’s parks are all very heavily
mote-controlled, non-gas-powered devices. used and accommodate a host of other ac-
tivities, making it potentially dangerous – to
Jack Ferland, president of RC Hobby person and vehicle – to operate RC vehicles
Group, said they looked at site after site and elsewhere.
ultimately came back to the Blanton Park
property. For the city’s part, it will receive a $1/
month lease payment from the RC Hobby
With nearly 38 acres, including the water Group. Under the proposed lease agreement,
retention pond, the property is far enough the club is expected to maintain the park-
away from the nearby neighborhoods and land, provide portable sanitation, and secure
the property if necessary. 







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CROSSTOWN EXTENSION vice president of Target Engineering Group, who has been working on engineering proj- ized super street at Floresta Drive will impact
a company partnered with the project, gave ects in Florida for 16 years, says that any time traffic patterns and pedestrian safety. Ac-
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 a brief overview, while Crosstown project you have a project of this size, there will be cording to a study done by Reynolds, Smith
administrator George Denti described the apprehension. “I know residents are con- and Hill, a firm based out of Jacksonville and
ready to talk about construction.” bridge construction in detail, and design cerned about change, when it’s going to be the engineer of record for the project, the su-
Following the mayor’s introduction, some project manager Rachel Bach discussed the done, how much it’s going to cost. But any per street will reduce traffic conflict points
controversial super street design. time you have a high-dollar, high-profile by 56 percent, leading to far fewer collisions.
of the designers close to the project filled in project, you’re going to have both sides.” The same study projects a 67 percent de-
more details regarding the timeline, scope Over 300 locals turned out with concerns
and impact of the development. Randy Scott, over the monumental development. Bach, One of the chief issues is how the signal- CONTINUED ON PAGE A14

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DOG PARK? COUNCIL MAY BE Add beauty and
BARKING UP WRONG TREE natural light to your
EXISTING entryway
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent facilities and ask the city or county to
operate and maintain it. in about an hour!
The Port St. Lucie City Council
mused about creating a dog park at Pickle, who was at the recent city • Glass patterns • Patio & Sliding
the upcoming Lake Harvey Stormwater council meeting, said he’s not had de- for every style Glass Doors
Storage Project, but don’t load up Fido tailed discussions with city staff or and budget
for a trip there quite yet. council members about the district’s • Framed /
proposal. • Customize to Frameless
“It just seems like this could be an op- your style Shower Units
portunity for a dog park, or something “We’re very early in the conversa-
else,” Mayor Greg Oravec said at the last tion,” Pickle said in an interview after • Impact Glass • Etching
regular council meeting, Feb. 27. He the meeting. “We’re trying to make sure
added, “Maybe as we plan our park fa- we can afford the stormwater portion of • Wood Interior/ • Schlage &
cilities, maybe we could plan a dog park it.” Exterior Doors Fusion Hardware
there.”
The district is taking bids for the • Fiberglass • Mirror Wraps
Other council members perked up projected $500,000 stormwater project Doors
about the pooch park proposal. now.
463-6500
“I’d be in support of a dog park,” One of the doggy park downsides, Regency Square
Councilman John Carvelli said at the D’Amico said, is the Kings Isle commu- 2426 SE Federal Hwy, Stuart
meeting. nity next door. Pickle and he separately
said residents there have long expressed Licensed & Insured
But the suggestion is not getting tails concerns about getting noisy neigh-
wagging at the St. Lucie West Services bors, and neither believe the communi-
District, which owns the land and is do- ty would welcome a dog park next door.
ing the upcoming storm-water project. Pickle said Kings Isle residents asked
Vince D’Amico, chairman of the service the district to help ensure their neigh-
district’s board of supervisors, said a dog borhood’s tranquility when it acquired
park at the intersection of St. Lucie West the land.
and Cashmere boulevards is likely to
make neighbors growl. “There’s got to be a buffer set aside,”
Pickle said. “We have a commitment to
“I think that’s a way-out thought,” he King’s Isle to have a buffer.”
said in a phone interview. “I personally
don’t really see it, to be honest with you.” Pickle said the stormwater treatment
D’Amico wasn’t at the council meeting. project will take up about eight acres of
the Lake Harvey property. A park would
It’s common for governments to add require parking and setbacks, which
parks at stormwater projects. The ser- would carve out more land from any
vice district’s board of supervisors has proposed park. Then there’s the Kings
discussed adding a park to the upcom- Isle buffer.
ing Lake Harvey project for years.
“There’s probably only about an acre
But there’s a rub. The district is a left for a contiguous park,” Pickle said.
Community Development District,
which is a hybrid creation of the state Seemingly not much to fit a dog park.
Legislature. The districts operate as gov- “We’ve had people approach us before
ernmental bodies to deliver limited mu- for (adding a dog park), but we thought
nicipal services, such as water and sew- it was too small an area,” Pickle said.
er. Parks isn’t one of the SLW district’s The city has the Lyngate Dog Park at
missions. 1301 SE Lyngate Drive, which is slightly
less than an acre, according to the city’s
When the district got 12.5 acres of website. The only city park in St. Lucie
some of the most desirable commer- West is McChesney, at 1585 SW Cash-
cial property in St. Lucie West in 2014 mere Blvd. It doesn’t have walking trails
for $4.4 million, a park was on a lot of or a dog park.
minds and lips. That park idea was put The stormwater project should be
off for a couple years as the district han- done by the end of the year. When com-
dled other, more immediate, issues. The plete, the about-$500,000 project will
district’s board of supervisors revived help drain water along SLW Boulevard
the park conversation in early 2016 as as far west as Bethany Drive, next to
progress started on getting the storm- Shoppes at St. Lucie West.
water project going. Pickle said he’d fill in the board of su-
pervisors about the city council’s dog
Dennis Pickle, manager and utilities park discussion at its regular monthly
supervisor, suggested to the board of meeting, which comes after press time,
supervisors approaching the city and but before publication.
county to see if either would go in with St. Lucie Voice contacted the Kings
the district on a public park. Through Isle Community Association for com-
2016 the supervisors narrowed the park ment, but hadn’t heard back by press
idea to a passive-use facility, a walking time. 
trail with educational placards. The
thought was for the district to build the

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volved hands-on skills, and his membership glert; beloved sister of Victoria Ferrante, This was the relief we needed to enjoy
to the Treasure Coast Vintage Car Club. How- Connie Rethron, Anna Bull, Mary White, tchospice.org. time with Mom.”
ever, his greatest joy was his family and pets. Anthony Englert, Edward Englert, Frankie
Englert, the late Virginia Englert and the late Serving all, regardless of – Ellen and Peggy
Robert is survived by his loving and ded- Dennis Englert. ability to pay. Margaret’s daughters
icated wife of 25 years, Lisa Friend; son An-
drew Friend; parents Woody and Shirley-Ann ZENIA NORA LEONE, 75 Licensed since 1982. ©2012 Treasure Coast Hospice.
Friend; brother Philip Friend (Jamie); sister Port St. Lucie
Judy Gottschalk (Robert); nieces and neph-
ews Matthew and Scott Friend, Alex and Sara Zenia Nora Leone, 75, of Port St. Lucie
Gottschalk; mother in-law Arlene Teichberg; passed away Feb. 23 at Treasure Coast Hos-
father in-law Saul and Lora Teichberg; broth- pice in Fort Pierce. Born in Jamaica, Zenia
ers-in-law Glenn Teichberg, Jason Boren- was a resident of Port St. Lucie for many years.
stein, Jonathon Teichberg, Josh Borenstein
(Kate); and nieces Naomi and Sophia. Survivors include her husband, Frank Le-
one; two sons, Derwent Williamson and Jo-
DIANE MARY KIM, 60 seph Williamson, both of Maryland; stepson
Port St. Lucie Andrew Leone of Florida; two step-daugh-
ters, Michell Leone Williams and Nerine Dix-
Diane Mary Kim, 60, of Port St. Lucie en; 18 grandchildren; three brothers, Lasell,
passed away on March 1 at Jackson Memori- Wimston and Roland; and two sisters, Bev-
al Hospital. Diane was born in Lindenhurst, erly and Beriel.
N.Y., to Anthony and Eva Englert. She has

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Imagine your home, MASSIVE 2-DAY EFFORT NETS
totally organized! 99 DRUG-RELATED ARRESTS

Custom Closets, Garage Cabinets, Home Offices, Pantries, Laundries and Hobby Rooms The St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office heroin epidemic facing our state and

spent two days recently conducting an country, the potential for deadly over-

operation aimed at disrupting the flow dose from any drug is high, who knows

of narcotics and other drugs through the how many lives were saved thanks to the

area along State Roads 68 and 70, Inter- efforts this operation.”

state 95 and Midway Road. Those arrested face a

That operation resulted in combined 146 misdemean-

99 drug-related arrests. or and 114 felony charges,

On March 2 and 3, driv- mostly for possession of

ers along the east-west illegal drugs, according to

corridors no doubt saw an the Sheriff’s Office. Drugs

increased law enforcement confiscated in the arrests

presence, including officers included 648 grams of mar-

from the Sheriff’s Office, the ijuana, 380 grams of mar-

Port St. Lucie Police Depart- ijuana edibles, 198 grams

ment, the Florida Highway of hallucinogenic mush-

Patrol, the Drug Enforce- rooms, 95 grams of Ecstasy,

ment Agency, the Bureau of Some of the seized drugs. 61 strips of LSD, 28 grams
Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms of synthetic marijuana, 22

and Explosives (ATF), and U.S. Customs grams of cocaine, 16 caplets of Molly, 1

and Border Patrol. gram of heroin, 4 hydrocodone pills, and

“These two days proved to be one of 24 pills of prescription medication not

the most successful drug interdictions in prescribed to the person who possessed

our county’s history and pulled together it.

a partnership of law enforcement all with Along with the 99 arrests, authorities

the same core goal, to ensure that events made contact with 750 drivers and pas-

in and around our county are safe and sengers, leading to 56 traffic citations,

drug free,” said Sheriff Ken J. Mascara in 275 warnings and 17 equipment correc-

a prepared statement. “With the current tions.  ­– STAFF REPORT

40% Off Follow us CROSSTOWN EXTENSION The construction of the bridge, which
will span the St. Lucie River and connect the
Plus FREE INSTALLATION CONTINUED FROM PAGE A10 6-lane highway through West Virginia Drive
to U.S. 1, has been a major concern for en-
40% off any order of $1000 or more. 30% off any order of $700 or more. Not valid with any crease for pedestrian-vehicle collisions. Also, vironmental activists in the area. The St.
other offer. Free installation with any complete unit order of $500 or more. With incoming order, with only three traffic phases as opposed to Lucie Conservation Alliance filed a lawsuit
at time of purchase only. four, traffic flow will be optimized. in 2015 aiming to block or at least alter the
bridge construction, but a U.S. District judge
Call for a free in home design consultation and estimate As it is now, Floresta is a neighborhood dismissed the suit, saying that of all the alter-
road that is often used more like a highway. natives, the proposed construction involved
772- 210-3104 SLV Not only will the new intersection help cre- the least environmental impact.
ate better flow along Floresta, it will help alle-
www.closetsbydesign.com viate much of the traffic on Floresta by creat- All of the construction materials, equip-
ing better access across the river, says Bach. ment and personnel will be conveyed via
2016 © All Rights Reserved. Closets by Design, Inc. Licensed & Insured MCNS6658 CG1509325 “The intent of this is to have Floresta Drive trestle and will be installed piece by piece
behave more like a neighborhood road, like from above, minimizing impact on the pro-
it’s supposed to be. It’s a two-lane road, and tected aquatic preserve.
not supposed to be a highway. When the
bridge is constructed and complete, people “It will allow us to build a major bridge
won’t have to go down to Port St. Lucie Bou- without putting any equipment on the
levard to head east over the river.” ground,” said Denti at the meeting. “We’re
going to reach over and build the bridge.
Much of public anxiety seems to have When we’re done with that, we’re going to
been considered by the design team, as well take the trestle apart as we back out.” Envi-
as a focus on beatification. The sidewalks will ronmental impact mitigation is built in to
be 8 feet across along the Crosstown corridor, the construction requirements, said Denti
there will be a pedestrian refuge at the cen- in an interview. In the next month or so, the
ter of the Floresta intersection, and all of the team hopes to receive their last two permits
signals will be synchronized to allow for bet- from the Army Corps of Engineers and the
ter traffic flow and pedestrian safety. There U.S. Coast Guard. Once that happens, they
is even the hope that much of the highway will hit the bridge running, says Denti.
will serve as a linear park, and by minimiz-
ing traffic conflicts will also become a major While the initial building of the trestle will
destination for joggers and strollers. Exercise be fairly loud, claimed Denti, they will ob-
stations will be installed along the corridor as serve a strict schedule that goes above and
well as a canoe launch and recreation area at beyond what’s required of them by noise
the western foot of the bridge. ordinance, a comment that was met with
grateful applause. 

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Bonz says CookE the Calico is the cat’s meow

also not a big fan of dogs.” the way home.
“First time ah met
Hi Dog Buddies! Then in this big, yowly
voice, “COOKEEEE! Get Snowball, ah was, like,
out here! The pooch ‘That is one grumpy cat!’
from the paper’s here!” So ah steered clear, but,
after a couple days, we
This week I continued to broaden my Snowball jumped off the were cool. I reckon we’re
kinda frien-emies. She
journalistic horizons by doin’ an inter-spe- couch and disappeared. mostly just ignores me
now. Ah’ll be 3 in April.
cies interview with a dainty little lady of the Then I heard a soft little Ah love zoomin’ around
the house. An ah have
feline purr-suasion. (See what I did there?) sound coming from the this little ol’ stuffed dog
toy Mom’s friend Pat gave
CookE Perkins is a Calico Cat from Ten- kitchen. I looked, and me. It’s all chewed up, but
it’s still mah favorite.
nessee, white, gold and black, with green there was CookE, peeking
“Ah’m a total Daddy’s
eyes. I knew I was gonna hafta be extra around the corner. Girl, too. We have this
ritual: we snuggle and
polite and quiet and not make any quick “You’re kinda big, but ah give Dad little sand-
papery kisses an purr
moves cuz CookE’d NEVER met an ack- ya’ll don’t look too scary,” real soft. Me an Snow-
ball get Friskies snacks,
shull dog. Closest she’d come was lookin’ she said. “Mom says and sometimes share a can o’ tuna. We
ALWAYS hear the sound of the can bein’
at ’em passing by from her perch by the you’re OK and that you’re opened and we race to the kitchen. Every
night, me and Snowball and Mom and
window. not gonna chase me or Dad have supper togethah.
“I ’specially like hangin’ out on the
We knocked. I stood descreetly behind bark or gurrrrrr. Are ya?” screen porch. My favorite thing’s watchin’
the little ol’ dragons runnin’ around the
my Assistant. CookE’s Mom opened the “Absolutely not, Miss yard. Sometimes (don’t ya’ll tell, now)
one of ’em gets inside, and we play chase!
door and ushered us in. I got my notebook CookE. I’m a profession- CookE. Ah’ve caught ’em before, too. Ah toss ’em
out and looked around. On the back of the al. I’m just gonna ask in the air, which is wa-ay fun. Ah don’t eat
PHOTO: GORDON RADFORD ’em or anything. Well, one time ah did eat
just the tail. It was kinda borin’. Plus, that
couch was an all-white cat, giving me that some questions and write little ol’ dragon was plenty mad. Gimme
tuna any day.
Inscrutable Cat Look. I gulped. down what you say. Is “Oooh, and guess what Mom once did,
just for me? She and Dad got a present from
“Um, how do you do,” I said in my most that OK?” “No worries, Miss CookE. I’d love to hear my Uncle Bob: a trip to Singapore (which
is as far away as you can get. Ah don’t
un-threatening voice. “I’m Bonzo the Col- She sashayed over, swinging her tail. your story.” even know how many potty box breaks I’d
need). Anyway, they couldn’t find anyone
umnist. I’m here to interview CookE.” “OK. If you promise not to be bouncy or She sat down, curled her tail around her to cat-sit me, and they didn’t want me sta-
yin’ in some cage, so Mom stayed home.
“Humpf!” said the cat. “She’s probly un- anything. You’re the first dog ah ever ack- feet and began, softly. “Mah first mem-ries Just for ME! Isn’t that So Nice?”
I was enjoying CookE’s story, but it was
der something. She’s real shy, scared of her shully met in the fur. I’ll just sit over here are of bein’ in an Animal Sheltuh with a time to go. “Ya’ll come back now!” she
called, as she jumped onto her window
own shadow, for Garfield’s Sake. I’m Snow- by mah Mom. Her name’s Rosemary. Mah whole buncha other kittens. It was up in perch. Heading home I was picturing an-
noyed lizards sailing through the air. And
ball. I’m not a big fan of company, and I’m Dad’s Frank.” Cookeville, Tennessee. Mah Mom and Dad feeling honored I was the very first pooch
Miss CookE had invited into her home.
lived down here (they weren’t mah Mom
Till next time,
DISCOUNT OFFICE FURNITURE and Dad yet), and they were visitin’ in
Tennessee. Whenever they were up there, The Bonz
they’d visit the Sheltuh, just to browse. See,
DON’T BE SHY!
SAVE! NEW & USED mah Dad always wanted a Calico Cat. They We are always looking for pets
HOME & OFFICE looked at the cats that were spiffed up and with interesting stories. To set
ready to be adopted but The Right Cat
wasn’t there. So Dad asked, ‘Is this all the up an interview, email
cats?’ The Sheltuh person said yep, ’cept for [email protected]

OPEN 7 DAYS a buncha kittens that hadn’t been checked
in yet. Dad said he’d REALLY, REALLY like

MON - FRI 9AM - 5:30PM to see. So the Sheltuh person showed ’em

SAT & SUN 10AM - 3PM the Receiving Area and there we all were,

a big pile o’ kittens way in the back. Well,

Mistah Bonzo, ah dunno what got into me,

cuz ah’m kinda shy, but, for some reason,

ah made mah way to the front. Mom saw

ah was a Calico and she called me, you

know, like humans do, ‘Here, kitty, kitty,

kitty, like that.’ THEN, Dad picked me up

and ah KNEW. So ah nuzzled, an snuggled

an tried to look as adorable as possible.

Which was, of course, extremely adorable.

THEN, guess what, Mistah Bonzo?”

“What?”

INTRODUCING OUR “Mom told Dad AH was his birthday
BRAND NEW 4000 SQ. FT. present! Can you buhLEAVE it was his ack-
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SHOWROOM “No Woof!” I exclaimed.
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Serving the Treasure Coast me, no if’s, an’s or but’s. So Mom an Dad

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TATTOO REMOVAL Finally, Brown adds, “there are a lot of DIVERTICULITIS Dr. Perez says, “Advancing age is risk fac-
people out there doing aesthetics [and tat- tor for diverticulitis because the older we
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A17 too removals] and they do it in all different CONTINUED FROM PAGE A16 get, the higher the likelihood that we have
ways. There are a lot of machines out there, diverticula in our GI tract, particularly in
in-and-out-done-the-same-day process. too. But this [enlighten laser] is the top of iting, fever, abdominal tenderness and our colon.” About a third of people age 45
“It depends on the type of the tattoo and the line and we only to use the top of the constipation. According to the Mayo Clin- to 80 will, at one point during that span of
line” equipment here. ic, the risk factors for diverticulitis include years, develop diverticula (the incidence
the size of the tattoo,” Brown explains, “but culprits we see on many such cautionary rises to about to about two-thirds in peo-
the more colors involved and the more in- Dr. Hal Brown is at Reflections Aesthet- lists: ple older than 80). In most cases, the di-
tricate the artistic work involved, the more ics & Laser Solutions and Primary Care of verticula – sacs – cause no problems, and
treatments it usually takes to remove. But the Treasure Coast, 1265 36th Street in Vero  Obesity. Being seriously overweight their presence goes undetected. But about
the average I would say – the ballpark – is Beach. The phone number at Reflections increases the odds of developing divertic- 20 percent will go on to develop divertic-
three to eight treatments with this enlight- Aesthetics & Laser Solutions is 772-567-7196. ulitis, and “morbid obesity” (being 100 or ulitis.
en laser technology versus eight to 20 or Their website is at: http://www.reflectionsals. more pounds overweight or having a Body
more sessions with the older [nano laser] com.  Mass Index of 40 or higher) can increase Dr. Perez says that the gold standard
versions.” the risk of needing more highly invasive treatment for an episode of acute diver-
treatment approaches. ticulitis is typically a course of oral anti-
That’s in no small part because the en- biotics. In the majority of cases, hospital-
lighten laser system Brown uses is fast. Re-  Smoking. People who smoke ciga- ization can be avoided. However, Dr. Perez
ally fast. rettes are more likely than nonsmokers to warns that more complicated episodes,
experience diverticulitis. such as those that lead to significant bow-
The older “nano” devices generate their el perforation or abscess formation, can
laser pulses at a one nano-second clip or  Lack of exercise. Vigorous exercise ap- require IV antibiotics and even surgical
one burst every one one-billionth of a sec- pears to lower the risk of diverticulitis. intervention.
ond. Brown’s new enlighten laser, how-
ever, generates its energy pulses in “pi-  Diet high in animal fat and low in fiber. One final word about Ancel Keys – the
co-seconds” or one every one-trillionth Dr. Perez says, “Low dietary fiber intake is scientist who 60 years ago warned about
of a second and, Brown says, it offers sub- well-established in the medical literature the negative health effects of saturated
stantially greater control of the intensity of as a risk factor for constipation, which in fat. While we can’t know for sure, it’s prob-
those laser bursts. Those additional bursts my opinion is the greatest risk factor for ably a safe bet that he heeded his own ad-
allow Brown’s laser to break down all col- diverticulitis.” His general recommenda- vice. He lived to be 100 – at a time when
ors of ink. tion is to institute a high-fiber diet, which the average life expectancy for an Ameri-
may require fiber supplements. can man who survived his childhood was
Asked about pricing, Brown quite can- about 62.
didly explains, “There is some variability There are certain medications associat-
there with the size and the intricacy of the ed with an increased risk of diverticulitis, The gastroenterology practice of Sebas-
tattoo. The more colors and the larger the including steroids, opiates and NSAIDs tian River Medical Group is located at 920
size, the more it costs. Roughly you could – nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs 37th Place, Suite 105, in Vero Beach. Their
say a credit card-sized tattoo would be such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin IB) and phone number is 772-567-4825. 
about $300-$400 a treatment.” naproxen (Aleve).

One uncontrollable risk factor is age.

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7989 Saddlebrook Drive in Sabal Creek, PGA Village: 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom, 3,146-square-foot pool home
offered for $659,000 by Elise Danielian, 772-418-2992 of Lang Realty

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Elegance, spaciousness
hallmarks of PGA home

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Correspondent shower, separate commode and linen
[email protected] closets.

The house at 7989 Saddlebrook Drive is As you return to the living area, you find
one of timeless elegance. Set on 1.43 acres a gourmet kitchen, the kind you see in
in PGA Village, the home defines classic prestigious home magazines. It is 14-by-18,
grace, from the moment you drive up to and Danielian calls it “truly a chef’s kitch-
the beautifully landscaped grounds. en.” There is a gas cook top, gorgeous tiled
backsplash with mosaic insert, custom
“It’s a gorgeous property,” said Elise cabinetry, a double oven, drawers that roll
Danielian, agent for Lang Realty. “It’s in out for easy access, a custom pantry with
the estate section and it’s on one of the

most prestigious streets in Port St. Lucie.” pull-out shelving, a wood-covered refriger-
As you enter the home through lead- ator and a built-in Miele coffee maker. The

ed glass doors, you step into a tiled foy- granite countertops cover the large island,
er, tiled with the same tile that is found which has lots of storage space and can ac-
throughout the house. Columns, arch- commodate chairs or stools as a breakfast
ways, coffered ceilings and double-crown or snack bar. There is also a separate eating
moldings give a stately elegance to the en- are for family meals.
tryway and the rest of the home. To the left “The kitchen area is the heart of the
of the entryway is a formal dining room, home and they spared no expense,” Danie-
12 feet by 13 feet, and straight ahead is a lian said. “It’s truly magnificent.”
formal 13-by-12 sitting room. To the right If the kitchen is the heart of the home,
is the master suite with a door that clos- the main living room is its core, the place
es it off from the rest of the house. The where the family gathers for games or
master bedroom, with access to the deck where a couple entertains guests. The
and pool, is a spacious 21-by-15. There room is an expansive 19-by-22 and opens
are custom window treatments and his- onto the lanai.
and-hers closets in this private oasis. The The house has two guest suites, with a
centerpiece of the master bath is a soaker pocket door to close them off. They share a
SM tub with architectural columns. There are bath with onyx countertop. Each room, 13-
separate granite-covered vanities, a tiled by-12, has built-in shelving in the closets.





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Coming Up! ‘SUNDOWN’
AT SUNRISE
YOU WANT HIM, YOU
GOT HIM: SCOTTY Legendary Lightfoot
McCREERY’S BACK! returns to Fort Pierce

BY SAMANTHA BAITA | Staff Writer Page B3
[email protected]
Gordon Lightfoot returns to
1 Friday, the Sunrise Theatre the Sunrise Theatre March 18.
in Fort Pierce is bringing
back “by popular demand” one PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE SUNRISE THEATRE
of country music’s up-and-
comers, singer-songwriter and
North Carolina native Scotty
McCreery. Winner of American
Idol’s 10th season at only 17,
McCreery’s 23 now, and already
has album sales nearing 3 mil-
lion, three albums hitting No. 1
on the Billboard Chart, and Plat-
inum and Gold certifications
under his belt. His debut studio
album, “Clear as Day,” made
Platinum and includes the Top
20 hits “I Love You This Big” and
“The Trouble With Girls.” Show-
time is 8 p.m.

2 Saturday, the Sunrise pres-
ents a musician of a differ-
ent ilk, and one of the greatest
singer-songwriters in the busi-
ness, Paul Anka. Anka, a Cana-
dian, was a prolific writer, with
numerous unforgettable hits
such as “Put Your Head on My
Shoulder,” “You Are My Destiny,”
”Lonely Boy” and “Puppy Love.”

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Jumpin’ with Waller to wall hits

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer really presents the music he recorded and great big way. With people like Singer Ken Page presents
[email protected] wrote.” him, there’s something that fills “The Joint is Jumpin’” at the
them, and an urgency to their
Fats Waller was a jazz pianist, organist, The show will intertwine music and sto- output. They may not be aware, Lyric Theatre March 18-19.
composer, singer and comedic entertain- ries and anecdotes. but somewhere in them, there’s
er, but the legacy of his short 39 years was some Geiger saying, ‘write, write, PHOTO COURTESY OF THE LYRIC THEATRE
changing the way the piano was played. He “Between ‘Ain’t Misbehavin’ and my write.’ There’s a limited amount
is credited with laying the groundwork for own interest and research, I have a fair of time. Some people, gifted as really was way more than I thought he was.’
modern jazz piano, and is known for songs amount of knowledge,” Page said. “We did they were, something within “He’s my buddy. He’s been with me a
like “Ain’t Misbehavin’” and “Honeysuckle ‘Ain’t Misbehavin’ in Paris and a number them pushes them.”
Rose,” both of which are in the Grammy of people had seen him there and shared long time.”
Hall of Fame. stories. I wanted this to be a show where Page noted that Waller wrote
people could relax, enjoy the music and the more than the songs with which “The Joint is Jumpin!” with Ken Page will
In 1978 Waller’s life was made into a stories, and go away with knowledge of the he is most associated. be presented at the Lyric Theatre, 59 SW
Broadway musical, “Ain’t Misbehavin’.” actual man who was Fats Waller.” Flagler Ave., Stuart, March 18-19. Tickets are
Ken Page, a singer and actor, originated the “He wrote classical pieces and $45. Call the box office at 772-286-7827 or or-
role of Ken in the Broadway production of Page said that Waller was “a complicated organ pieces,” page said. “Most der online at www.lyrictheatre.com. 
the show. He also appeared on Broadway man in a complicated time. of them were released on RCA
in “The Wiz,” “Guys and Dolls” and as Old Victor Paris. Greg Brown is going
Deuteronomy in “Cats.” “People don’t realize, even with ‘Ain’t to play several of his works. He
Misbehavin,’ how big a star he really was,” was first noted as a pianist and
Page revisits the music of Fats Waller he said. “He composed for Broadway, was people will hear the actual com-
with a show named after another Waller in Hollywood films and toured the world. positions. It’s worth hearing his
hit, “This Joint is Jumpin’!” at Stuart’s Lyr- For an African-American in his day and music without the vocals. The
ic Theatre March 18-19. His special guests time, that was huge. There were only a fun and whimsy is in his piano-playing,
will be singer Avery Sommers, who ap- handful and he was one. The only way with the lyrics on top.”
peared with him in “Ain’t Misbehavin’” African-Americans could make headway
and is from the Palm Beach area, and his was to make people feel comfortable, so he Page said that there will be many songs
accompanist, Greg Brown. wore the mask of a clown.” from “Ain’t Misbehavin’” but that they are
presenting the music and not the charac-
“This is not ‘Ain’t Misbehavin’ or ‘Ain’t When Waller died at 39, some 4,000 at- ter.
Misbehavin’ in concert,” he said. “What I tended his funeral and the Rev. Adam Clay-
wanted to do with this evening was a trib- ton Powell is supposed to have said that “I want people to understand that his mu-
ute to Fats Waller. ‘Ain’t Misbehavin’ is a Waller always packed the house. sic lives, that it’s not just kept in a time cap-
tribute to Fats Waller and the times. This sule. I want them to leave saying, ‘Wow, he
“In truth, he always lived excessively,”
Page said. “He said he was living life in a

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SIMON’S ‘CHAPTER TWO’: A PAGE-TURNER OF A PLAY

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer The cast includes Michael Beecher as
[email protected] George, Meredith Osborn as Jennie, Tony
Richards as Leo and Susan Harris Carnasi-
“Chapter Two” is the perfect title for this otis as Faye.

Neil Simon play about a widower coping “Tony and Susan were in ‘Sex Please,
We’re Sixty,’ and it worked so well,” Brown
with the death of his first wife and begin- said of another play he directed at the Barn.
“They’re playing the comic couple and it’s
ning a new romance. It’s a theme so many marvelous to have them on stage. It’s a de-
light.”
people can relate to.
Brown said that experience of being wid-
Simon used his own life as a backdrop for owed was one he knew and that many in the
audience would understand the feelings the
the play that alternates, as life indeed does, situation evokes. It’s one of the things that
drew him to the play.
between comedy and a little sadness.
“It’s as light as possible when it isn’t seri-
It was that combination that made How- ous,” he said. “I think it will connect with
the audience and they’ll have a good night
ard Brown want to direct it. It will be pre- at the theater. You can’t live on dessert
alone. You need some nourishment, plays of
sented at the Barn Theatre March 10-26. substance that are still entertaining.”

“’Chapter Two’ has some serious as- The Barn is already gearing up for the 2017-
2018 season and will hold auditions for the
pects,” he said. “Neil Simon said he takes a last show of this season, the Lawrence Ro-
man comedy “Alone Together,” March 19-21.
serious situation and finds comic elements.
The Barn Theatre, 2400 SE Ocean Blvd., Stuart, pres-
I like that.” ents Neil Simon’s “Chapter Two” March 10-26. Call
the box office at 772-287-4884 or order online at www.
The play tells the story of the recently barn-theatre,com. 

widowed George, whose press-agent broth-

er Leo introduces him to a soap opera ac-

tress, Jennie. Her marriage has just fallen

apart and both are nervous about starting Michael Beecher and Meredith Osborn rehearse a scene from
the dating game and going through the bad the Barn Theatre’s upcoming production of “Chapter Two.”
dates that inevitable follow.
PHOTO COURTESY OF THE BARN THEATRE

“Simon wrote it at the mid-point of his ca-

reer,” Brown said. “He was turning to more acters in the play. It’s really an ensemble piece of four

serious subjects, like the death of his own wife after 20 characters. There’s a lot going on in it. The comic ele-

years, and his marriage to Marsha Mason. The first act ment is an antidote to the seriousness. It’s the closest

is full comedy, very New York and witty. The second act thing to ‘Bus Stop,’ which I directed two years ago. It’s

is more serious with comedy from the two other char- considered a comedy but it has serious elements.”

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Bottle Shock fundraiser: Let’s get this man a van!

Bottle Shock is hoping the community will Ryan, originally from Massachusetts, to a hospitalization. He has attended several
step to the plate for Port St. Lucie resident moved to Port St. Lucie five years ago due to
Ryan Rigney, who is 24 years old and suffers the inclement northern weather, as it’s diffi- games, and doing so is one of his favorite ac-
from cerebral palsy and is a quadriplegic. cult to maneuver a wheelchair around in ice
To that end, the local wine store is holding a and snow. tivities. Please help support the Rigneys and
wine-tasting fundraiser on March 24.
He loves the Mets and has been on several help the family get the wheelchair van they
A few months ago the family’s 1994 wheel- field trips with his school to what is now First
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ing Ryan largely confined to his home and a plaque and a personal visit from the Mets
unable to get out into the community. when he was unable to attend a field trip due The fundraiser will be held on March 24 from

6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Bottle Shock, located in Town

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County Safety Fest to be beefed up HHAELITPIFOR

The 3rd Annual SLC Safety Festival will Southern Eagle Distributing will also be Abigail, 20, and Ryan Alexandre, 12, and Ruth Ramirez perform at the Elevate Haiti fundraiser recently at
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will include outstanding live demonstra- it’s like to be under the influence of alco-
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truck, displays, food court, vendors and a impairs a person’s balance, vision, reaction
kids zone. time and judgment. education and ministry to the homeless children of Haiti. PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN

This year’s event has expanded and will Air Rescue (helicopter),
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11 MARCH Wild Game Dinner cooks up $10K for Hundred Club

Farmer’s Market. Marina At a recent event, the management team tion was formed over 30 years ago in Fort
Square, Historic Downtown from Southern Eagle Distributing and
the Peter W. Busch Family Foundation
Fort Pierce. Enjoy a relaxed, riverside setting presented the Hundred Club of St. Lucie Pierce. Peter W. Busch believes in support-
County with a check for $10,000. The mon-
with live music while browsing market stands ey represents part of the proceeds from ing initiatives that improve the quality of
the 5th Annual Wild Game Dinner held at
with fresh produce, seafood, honey, sauces, Adams Ranch. health, education and family in his com-

baked goods, coffee, breakfast, lunch, soaps, The Hundred Club is celebrating its munity, as well as the preservation of Flor-
30th Anniversary in St. Lucie County. It
lotions, popcorn, nuts, plants and flowers. 8 was created to provide direct financial ida’s indigenous animals and landscape.
help for spouses and dependents of law
a.m. to 12 p.m. 772-940-1145. enforcement officers and firefighters His belief has been that “we all must give
who have lost their lives or become dis-
abled in the line of duty. Their goal is to back to the very people who help keep us
recruit 500 new members this year to
11 Oxbow Guided Hikes. Join the support the organization. in business and survive.”
Oxbow staff on Saturdays from
This is the second year in a row that the In addition to the St. Lucie County 100
PWBFF has donated to the club. “We are
9 a.m. to 10 a.m. for a free guided hike and honored to support the Hundred Club,” Club, Southern Eagle is proud to support
stated Philip Busch, president of the Peter
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mals that exists in some of Florida’s natural women put their lives on the line every the Treasure Coast Food Bank, Boys &
day to protect us. On behalf of everyone
habitats. To participate please register by who benefits from the work you do, thank Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County, YMCA of
you!”
emailing [email protected] or call 772- the Treasure Coast, CASTLE, Busch Wild-
The Peter W. Busch Family Founda-
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James Drive in Port St. Lucie. 461-8644.  ­– CONTRIBUTED

12 Jensen Beach Art League. Month- ANOTHER 1!
ly Art Show. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Held the second Sunday of the month from A spate of recent holes-in-on continued
November through April at Indian RiverSide Monday when Stephen Diemoz notched
Park, 1707, NE Indian River Drive, Jensen an ace at the PGA’s Ryder Course.
Beach. Diemoz, a seasonal Port St. Lucie resi-
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12 Tradition Green Market. The one on the par-3 5th hole. It was his fifth
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