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Published by Vero Beach 32963 Media, 2017-05-12 12:57:30

05/11/2017 ISSUE 19

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Pot-shop vote drags on

A4 A11 B2Commission delays decision
Not digging this trend They’re ‘True’ believers

‘Old Vero Man’ funding woes Dancers earn shot at World title

VOLUME 2, ISSUE 19 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER FRIDAY, MAY 12, 2017

YEARS LATER, City storming
CROSSTOWN into action on
FEELS REAL hurricane prep

Now we’re talking! PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer
The City of Port St. Lucie [email protected]
broke ground Tuesday on the
final phase of the Crosstown The City of Port St. Lucie and
Parkway Extension project, Florida Power & Light are doing
signaling an end to countless what they can to prepare for the
delays and legal battles. upcoming hurricane season. And
Long in the works, the city now it’s time for the public to do
will extend the parkway over the same.
the North Fork of the St. Lucie
River, giving drivers a third While this coming hurricane
east-west option through town. season is expected to be about
The extension will connect the average – and less active than last
parkway to Interstate 95 and year, which brought Hurricane
U.S. 1 at Village Green Drive. Matthew – weather experts predict
Port St. Lucie City Council there will be a total of 11 named
members, from left, Jolien storms, four hurricanes and two
Caraballo, John Carvelli, Steph- major hurricanes.
anie Morgan, Shannon Martin
and Mayor Greg Oravec cele- Earlier this month, the City of
brated with a groundbreaking Port St. Lucie worked with officials
ceremony at the intersection in Fort Pierce and the St. Lucie
of Sandia Drive and Crosstown County governments to perform
Parkway.  a hurricane drill; they practiced
what would happen if a category 4,
a major storm, struck the county.

CONTINUED ON PAGE A7

PSL sees progress THRIVING CHURCH’S FAITH IN TRADITION REWARDED
on debt payments
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent church had its inaugural service
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent on July 10 last year. About 3,200
By next Easter, Tradition’s Christ attended church at Christ Fellow-
Edwin “Ed” Fry, Port St. Lucie’s Fellowship aims to fill a new sanc- ship’s Port St. Lucie location that
finance director, got to deliver tuary. Last Sunday, the church had day. The service followed a year of
good news to the City Council. a groundbreaking for the expansion. preparation after the controver-
sial sale of Tradition Studios to the
“We’ve made really good prog- “Today the process is up and church for $13 million.
ress paying our debt down,” he running forward,” Travis O’Neal,
said at the council’s last regular campus pastor, said. “We’re go- The building at 10250 SW Village
meeting on Monday. ing to be constructing a 2,000-seat Parkway is the former home of a
sanctuary.” failed economic-development gam-
Fry was presenting the city’s
2016 Fiscal Year Comprehensive This Easter, which is the larg- CONTINUED ON PAGE A4
Annual Financial to the council. est church attendance day, Christ
Christ Fellowship Church in Tradition. PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN Fellowship’s Tradition campus had
CONTINUED ON PAGE A6 more than 5,200 attendees. The

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LOTS OF DIPLOMACY AT IRSC

There was plenty of pomp
and circumstance at gradu-
ation ceremonies for Indian
River State College students
held at the Havert Fenn
Center on the Fort Pierce
campus last Saturday. The
college graduated its larg-
est-ever class: 3,720 students.
Clockwise from above left:
Emily Giselle Aguilar was
the first graduate across the
stage to accept her diploma
from IRSC President Dr. Ed
Massey, with highest honors
as a dual enrollment student
also attending Treasure Coast
High School; Kara Smith
prepares a congratulatory
message for IRSC graduate
Lyndsey Rae Taylor; Susan
Chapman adjusts her flow-
er-adorned graduation cap
before walking the stage to
receive her diploma; a gradu-
ate shares her message “Onto
My New Dream” on her cap.
Congrats to all! 

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TRADITION CHURCH From left, Brian Gove, facilities manager; Travis O’Neal, COMMISSION
campus pastor; Todd Mullins, senior pastor of ODNELPAOYTSSVHOOTPES
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 Christ Fellowship; and Bryan Sickles,
events coordinator. BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer
ble: Digital Domain. After getting a huge [email protected]
package of help from the city, that company Christ Fellowship has a campus in Stuart PHOTO COURTESY OF CHRIST FELLOWSHIP
declared bankruptcy in 2012. Port St. Lucie and another in Okeechobee. Nevertheless, The public will get one last shot at weigh-
was left with a 115,000-square-foot building O’Neal said there are regular attendees trav- That’ll be at the intersection of Port St. ing in on proposed rules for medical mari-
during a down real estate market. What’s eling from as far west as Okeechobee. Lucie Boulevard and Floresta Drive. juana dispensaries in unincorporated St.
more, the building was designed for a com- Lucie County after the County Commission
pany that specialized in computerized ani- In addition to the attendees it draws to The church has an organized commu- last week decided to continue its final public
mation. Any buyer was likely going to need Tradition, the church building is a weekday nity-assistance program. “One thing I’ll tell hearing.
extensive remodeling. office for a small not-for-profit with four you about, every month we have a fourth
workers and a business. Saturday Serve,” O’Neal said. Down one commissioner and given more
A few potential buyers came forward information from the St. Lucie County Sher-
with good ideas, but Christ Fellowship — “Also in the building we have (Engineer- The church, over the last 10 months, has iff’s Office, the commission opted to hold off
headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens — ing Design & Construction), an engineering helped numerous schools with revitalization on its final vote and continue the discussion
showed up with a check. It was for much group we rent space to,” O’Neal said. “They projects. Palm Pointe Educational Research to the May 16 meeting, which starts at 9 a.m.
less than the city wanted, and selling the have several, I would say 20 to 30, staff mem- School in Tradition has been a beneficiary of
property would take the commercial build- bers. They rent some office space from us. the community outreach. Commissioners appeared swayed by the
ing off the tax rolls. Some opposed the sale. They are in the building as well throughout St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office, which rec-
Nevertheless, the Port St. Lucie City Coun- the week, Monday to Friday.” “We build into our budget finances to ommended a 5-mile buffer between med-
cil opted to go forward with it. Supporters purchase paints, to purchase mulch, to pur- ical marijuana dispensaries, which would
of the sale argued that the church might be Supporters of the sale in 2015 also point- chase cleaning supplies,” O’Neal said. “We further limit the number of potential shops.
a not-for-profit taking the building off tax ed to Christ Fellowship’s reputation for com- want to go to the school and not cost them
rolls, but its presence would draw people munity service. anything, but to add value to their campus” Initially, the commission had consid-
to Port St. Lucie and give local businesses ered a 1,000-foot buffer and a 1-mile buffer,
a boost. “Our first project in Port St. Lucie was at In July 2015, then-City Manager Jeff which could have resulted in as few as 32 or
the Boys & Girls Club,” O’Neal said. Bremer ceremonially handed Christ Fel- as many as 128 sites. By establishing a 5-mile
Whether that economic promise has ma- lowship pastors the keys to Tradition- buffer, the county estimates there could be
terialized is hard to say. But O’Neal knows Mayor Greg Oravec and other members al Studio. The church immediately set as many as 16 sites, though even that num-
of at least one business that benefits greatly of the City Council asked church leaders to about with reconfiguring the building to ber might be high, staff said.
from the church. “I discovered the greatness consider assisting that not-for-profit youth fit its needs. At the end of April last year,
of Dixie Cream Donuts,” he quipped. development organization. O’Neal said city the church had its first public-welcomed Michael Patterson, CEO of U.S. Cannabis
officials haven’t been shy about calling on “connect event” that likely drew more than Pharmaceutical Research and Development
In seriousness, while it’s difficult to calcu- the church for help. 1,000. Before then it had events with invi- and the only person from the general public
late the economic benefit of Christ Fellow- tation attendance. to speak on the matter, told commissioners
ship, there are some numbers to consider. “Recently I’ve been in meetings with the that he suspects the county will see zero to
city manager, Russ Blackburn, and his staff Christ Fellowship is the only church with two stores open over the next three years.
“I can’t tell you exactly how many mem- and we’re partnering with Calvary Port St. a permanent building in Tradition. Other
bers we have on the roll, but I can tell you Lucie and the Crossings Community Church churches meet there, but are in buildings He explained that the Florida Depart-
our average weekly attendance is 2,400 peo- in Fort Pierce,” O’Neal said. “On June 24 that serve other primary functions. ment of Health will have a limited number of
ple,” O’Neal said. “That includes children we’re going to be out in Port St. Lucie plant- licenses to issue for such facilities, and only
and students as well as adults.” ing trees.” For more, visit www.gochristfellowship. when the number of patients grows will the
com.  number of licenses increase.
The church has three services on Sunday
mornings, 8:30 p.m. and 10:30 a.m., and Along with suggesting a 5-mile buf-
12:30 p.m. It also has Wednesday evening fer, the Sheriff’s Office has requested the
programs for youths and adults. While the ability to inspect the facilities and require
majority of attendees are likely Port St. Lucie level-two background checks on employ-
residents, O’Neal said the church is drawing ees. A level-one check refers to a state-on-
folks from other areas, some of whom are ly, name-based check and employment
regularly eating and shopping in Tradition history check. Level two is considerably
and St. Lucie West before and after church. more comprehensive and includes a fin-
gerprint-based check and consideration of
“I know there’s at least 20 people, and disqualifying offenses. 
up to 50 people, coming down from Vero
(Beach),” O’Neal said. He later added, “I
would say as far south as Hobe Sound, and
of course Palm City is somewhat near.”



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DISCOUNT OFFICE FURNITURE FINANCIAL REPORT “If you look at our debt per capita, that
number has come down quite a bit,” he
SAVE! NEW & USED CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 said.
HOME & OFFICE
The report shows the city getting a better In 2010, the debt distributed among
OPEN 7 DAYS handle on its debt. residents equaled about $6,300 each. To-
day it’s about $4,800.
MON - FRI 9AM - 5:00PM “In 2010, we were at over a ($1 billion)
SAT 10AM - 4PM dollars,” Fry told the council. Additionally, Fry said the pricey infra-
SUN. Closed structure build-out continues to benefit
At the time the city was reeling from the the city.
INTRODUCING OUR 398-0085 Great Recession, a tsunami of home fore-
BRAND NEW 4000 SQ. FT. closures and high unemployment. It had “We’re really well poised moving for-
made large economic-development gam- ward with infrastructure,” Fry said.
SHOWROOM bles such as with Digital Domain, which
went belly up in 2012. Additionally, the city ended the last fis-
Serving the Treasure Coast cal year with more in the piggy bank than
Since 1984 However, the large, failed economic dice in the previous 10. From 2008 to 2010, the
rolls didn’t account for most of the city’s city’s fund balance dropped from $21 mil-
OFFICE FURNITURE DISCOUNT CENTER debt as some seem to believe. Fry told the lion to $13 million. At the end of the 2015-
council that rapid growth in the 1990s and 16 fiscal year, it had more than doubled:
10997 US HWY. 1 • PORT ST. LUCIE 2000s had the city building because peo- $30 million.
• JUST SOUTH OF WALMART ple came.
The city’s enterprise funds – those
“Close to half of that number is relat- things users pay for – all ended the year on
ed to our utility system.” Fry said at the positives, except for the golf course fund.
meeting. The city owns and operates the Saints Golf
Course, 2601 SE Morningside Blvd.
Before the Great Recession hit, the city
had about $877 million it owed. “Our golf fund had a loss of $220,000,”
Fry said.
The city chipped away at the debt in re-
cent years and by the end of the 2015-2016 Much of that, he said, could be attribut-
fiscal year – which ended last September – ed to normal depreciation. However, “we
it was down to about $860 million. Fry pre- didn’t see the same volume of rounds of
dicted another 4 percent or 5 percent drop golf played as the previous fiscal year,”
by the end of this fiscal year. Fry said.

“We’re probably going to be somewhere While golf has been generally in decline,
around $820, $825 million,” he said. Mayor Greg Oravec said wet weather in
2015 and 2016 kept folks off the greens.
The numbers look even better, Fry said,
when one accounts for rebounded growth “This year we’re in a drought,” the may-
in the city. or said at the meeting. “Wonderful golf
weather.” 

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SYNC OR SWIM! HURRICANE PREPARATION Eric Silagy, president and CEO of FPL, in a and replace parts as needed – well ahead of
prepared statement. “Our ongoing invest- any rush to the hardware stores for plywood.
Deb Pizzimenti, top, performed with fellow board CONTINUED FROM PAGE A7 ments in strengthening the electric grid and And, keeping a family kit complete with
members of the Team Tommy Foundation in the utilizing advanced smart grid technology non-perishable foods, water, batteries and
Second Annual Lip Sync Battle last Saturday at the “That went real well,” said Port St. Lucie help us deliver electricity our customers can blankets is also a good idea, Mercurio said.
Sunrise Theatre. Team Tommy was formed in 2012 Emergency Management Coordinator Joe count on in good weather and bad. This was
in honor of St. Lucie County Sheriff’s deputy Tommy Mercurio of their “Hurricane Coleman” sce- never more evident than during last year’s The county has set up a “reverse-911”
Worthington to bring awareness to myotosis by his nario. hurricane season.” type of mass communication that residents
wife Dana and sister Laurie Boyer. Above, Wayne can sign up for and select notifications they
Boyer, Shawn Masters and Dan Mikel (not shown) Despite a fairly new emergency opera- FPL’s previous investments to the grid wish to receive. Notifications are sent via
made up the winning team. PHOTOS: MITCH KLOORFAIN tions chief in the county, Mercurio said the were tested during Hurricane Matthew. The phone, text and email and continue to be
governments’ staff has plenty of experience electric company restored 99 percent of cus- sent to those points of contact until the res-
to draw from. tomers affected by Hurricane Matthew by ident responds. It’s called Alert St. Lucie and
the end of two full days of restoration follow- can be found at www.stlucieco.gov/alert.
“There’s still a lot of history in the area,” ing the hurricane’s exit from its service area.
he said, adding that many of the experi- Mercurio said that residents responded
enced officials speak of the storms of 2003 Smart grid automated switches on FPL’s well when Hurricane Matthew looked like
and 2004 as though they struck just yester- system prevented 118,000 customer in- it would pound the area. But the big issue
day. terruptions, and strengthened main pow- the city had was storm debris cleanup. It
er lines performed 30 percent better than took longer than many residents would
“We know what to do,” he said. non-strengthened main power lines. And no have liked but, eventually, the fallen limbs
What’s new this year, though, is technol- FPL transmission poles or hardened main and palm fronds and other debris were
ogy – a new system is in place that allows all power line poles failed, according to FPL. picked up.
involved agencies to see, in real time, what
each other is doing. The system will better For all the work the city and FPL are do- The city is hosting its 11th annual Hurri-
assist the agencies to respond in a more ef- ing, it won’t much matter if residents don’t cane Expo at the Civic Center on June 3 from
fective and efficient manner. also prepare, Mercurio said. If residents fail 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There, residents will get to
FPL, too, has been preparing ahead of the to prepare and fail to heed warnings or evac- meet numerous vendors, including Waste-
start of the season. The company has been uation orders, local emergency responders Pro and shutter companies, and learn what’s
out and about in Port St. Lucie, upgrading might be faced with diverting their energies available to prepare themselves and their
its electrical system and strengthening the to rescue ill-prepared residents. homes.
power grid.
FPL has been hardening power lines and The best thing residents can do ahead of There will also be an increased effort to
poles, trimming trees near lines, and install- the season is to go ahead and start trimming promote public education, according to
ing smart grid technology – all in an effort to their landscaping and trees; doing so just Mercurio. Three weather stations have been
make the system more storm-resilient. before a storm creates too much debris for invited to provide talks regarding storms
“We continue to build a stronger and WastePro to collect and can become a haz- and storm safety. WastePro will also speak
smarter electric grid to provide our custom- ard if a storm were to bear down. on yard debris and the American Red Cross
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Residents are also encouraged to take the
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Cultural fest celebrates Haitian pride

Take advantage of these BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent The Treasure Coast Cultural Festival is this Thursday.
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“We’ll have all the good Haitian food, plained King. “We’ll have crafts.”
but it won’t be just Haitian food,” Carol
King, event founder and organizer, said. And lots of vendors with unusual of-
ferings, too. “They will have crafts,” King
The cultural festival is a celebration of commented. “They will have jewelry. They
Haitian and Haitian-American culture; it will have T-shorts. They will have hats.”
will continue to 10 p.m., and there’ll be
plenty of action for attendees, including One vendor makes an annual pilgrim-
a parade “to showcase the color, the flag,” age to the festival. “Everybody is crazy
King said. about it every year – a woman has sugar-
cane juice,” King said.
“Our parade starts at 5 (p.m.),” King ex-
plained. “We have special groups doing King explained that her experience in-
different things.” spired her to start the festival.

But why watch a parade when you can “I was born in Haiti, but not raised in
be in it? “You just come and you jump Haiti,” she said. “Even I, to this day, I see
right in and join us,” King said. things and I’m so amazed.”

Groups that plan to join in should co- She said Haitian art, for example, is
ordinate their attire to appear as groups. about resourceful use of what’s at hand
and turning it into splendor. “They take
Food and the parade are just the start of something like a rock and create such a
the fun. “We’re going to have live bands,” beautiful thing,” King said. “It’s amazing.”
King said. For example, JBEATZ.
What’s more, King said, the festival is
“They’re really well-known in the Hai- a chance to meet Floridians from all over
tian community,” remarked King. “Of the state.
course, we have J-Town.”That’s another
popular Haitian music group. “We have people coming from Miami,”
she remarked. “We have people coming
“And we have a very famous guy as well, from Jacksonville and Tallahassee. We
(Dieudonne) Larose,” added King. have people from Fort Myers. Everywhere,
we have people coming.”
Revelation Mizik will perform, too.
“I have more,” King said. “I could give Parking and admission are free.
you so many.”
And what’s music without dance? The PSL Civic Center is at 9221 SE Civic
“We’re going to have different perfor- Center Place. To learn more about the
mances, plays, dance,” offered King. In- festival, go to www.facebook.com/treasu-
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“We’re going to have carnival rides,” re-
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saw who rides them – families.
“I turn around and see adults enjoying
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Groundbreaking for the Starbuck’s franchise on Port St Lucie Boulevard, slated to open in October, drew, from left,
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Plant yourself at Spring into Gardening fest

BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent The festival gets underway at 8 a.m. and To become a master gardener, a
continues to 2 p.m. The fashion show begins
At Saturday’s Spring into Gardening Festi- at “11:30 (a.m.) the day of the sale,” O’Neill candidate must take the extension
val and Plant Sale, fashionable trees will strut said. “I think the master gardeners get a kick
their stuff on the catwalk – with a little help out of it.” office’s annual 12-week class. Then
from a few humans.
Something to know about master garden- there’s community service.
“During the event, we also have a plant ers – they’re kinda fun-loving rebels. Finn,
fashion show,” said Kate O’Neill, education for example, might have grown a plant in her “They have to give back 75 hours
outreach coordinator at the St. Lucie County yard that didn’t strictly meet her communi-
extension office. She continued, “This year ty’s rules. No biggie – it was out of view and in their first year,” O’Neill said.
the theme is trees. (Judy Coffman is) going to wasn’t going to attract attention from law
dress people up. They’re going to carry a tree enforcement. There wasn’t much chance Then 35 hours a year after that to
in a pot. They walk down the runway with a anyone would notice, because the particular
tree in a pot.” plant doesn’t fruit unless it’s pollinated. remain in the master gardeners pro- Master Gardener Bobbi Spencer. PHOTO COURTESY OF UF INSTITUTE OF
gram. Finn, who’s been the president
That fashion show will be followed by a The plant fruited. That means, someone FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES ST. LUCIE COUNTY EXTENSION OFFICE.
raffle for the stylish trees. else in the community had the same type of
plant. and treasurer of the county’s master
Saturday’s annual festival and plant sale
will be held at the University of Florida’s In- Finn, like a lot of St. Lucie’s master garden- gardeners, said the community-service time plant sale with an offering gardeners will ap-
stitute of Food and Agricultural Sciences St. ers, moved into the area after retiring. She’d
Lucie County Extension Office at 8400 Picos never much thought about gardening before is one of the funnest parts. preciate, even if most others wouldn’t.
Road, Fort Pierce. then. “I went to the (master gardener) class
and it turned out I like the knowledge and The annual festival is among the pro- There’ll be many other vendors, including
St. Lucie West resident Rita Finn is a mas- liked the people,” she said. “I actually like the
ter gardener who has trained at the county’s plants, too.” gram’s community services. In addition to area not-for-profit organizations on hand
extension office since the early 2000s. She’ll
be one of the humans helping the fashion- O’Neill said becoming a master garden- giving folks a chance to pick up healthy, with various products, too.
able trees wow the crowd. er is much more than developing a green
thumb. The county’s master gardeners do all strong plants, it funds scholarships the pro- Of course, the festival is also a chance to
“I do not know what plant I’m going to kinds of public service. For example, master
have,” she said. “I do know this – I’m going gardeners regularly appear at the Morning- gram gives graduating high school students, learn more about joining the county’s 100 or
to wear one of those T-shirts with the woman side Branch Library, Port St. Lucie, to give
painted on it in a bikini. I don’t know what some free horticulture help. and college students at Indian River State so master gardeners. O’Neill said candidates
plant I’m going to be carrying.”
College. don’t have to have gorgeous yards that take
Nothing better than a bit of suspense.
The festival also gives folks a chance to get hours a week to maintain. She said many of

a taste of the tropics. “We have a tasting table the master gardeners live in communities

where there are fruits,” O’Neill said. with strict planting rules.

Don’t bother comparing them to fruits at “As long as you have a love of gardening

local grocers. They’re not at local grocers. and want to give back to the community,

These are going to be tropical fruits. you’re a candidate,” O’Neill said.

“People can taste fruits they’ve never

heard of before that can grow in our area,” To learn more about University of Florida’s

O’Neill said. “The master gardener that is Institute of Food and Agricultural Scienc-

doing that is Bobbi Spencer.” es St. Lucie County Extension Office master

The extension office’s 4-H educational gardener program, visit www.stlucie.ifas.ufl.

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ESTELA CAMPOS-SOTELO, 39 Palazzotto. Her father served his career in “T‰easu‰e Coast Hospice
Port St. Lucie the Navy, leading Phyllis to relocate often as lifted a weight
a child. She settled in Port St. Lucie in 1973 off ou‰ shoulders”.
Estela Campos-Sotelo, 39, of Port St. Luc- having moved from Connecticut.
ie passed away on Tuesday, May 2, at Lawn- With our support, families “Peggy cared for our mom at home
wood Medical Center, Fort Pierce. She was Phyllis was a bookkeeper for many years can be more confident during a long illness so Mom could be
born Nov. 22, 1977, in Villahermosa, Jerez, for numerous department stores. She en- with the family she loved. But in the
Zacatecas, Mexico, the daughter of Isidoro joyed reading and playing Bingo. She had a caregivers and spend more final months when Mom’s condition
Campos and Aurora Sotelo. She has been a passion for animals. Phyllis was a very hap- quality time together. got worse, her doctor recommended
resident of the Fort Pierce/Port St. Lucie area py person and loved everybody that came Treasure Coast Hospice. They provided
since 1996, coming from Mexico. into her life. Survivors include her daughter, To learn more, call us at expert care for Mom, supported our
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She attended San Juan Diego Catholic Robinson (William); grandchildren, Kristen This was the relief we needed to enjoy
Church and loved spending countless hours Owens, Nicholas Owens and Samantha Far- tchospice.org. time with Mom.”
with her children. ren; sister, Angela LoBrutto (William); and
with many nieces, nephews and friends. Serving all, regardless of – Ellen and Peggy
Estela is survived by her husband, Man- ability to pay. Margaret’s daughters
uel Esquivel; children, Edgar Esquivel, Liz- JOHN ZUGAY, 79
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Esquivel, all of Port St. Lucie; her parents,
Isidoro Campos and Aurora Sotelo, both of John Zugay, 79, died April 28 in Port St.
Mexico; maternal grandmother, Carmela Lucie. Mr. Zugay was born in Harrisburg,
Sotelo, of California; brother, Jose Cam- Pa., and moved to St. Lucie County in 1975
pos, of Fort Lauderdale; sisters, Bonnifacia coming from Fallston, Md.
Campos, Carmen Campos and Maria Trini-
dad Campos, all of Fort Pierce, and Manu- John worked in cafeteria administration
ela Campos of Bakersfield, Calif.; and many in hospitals and colleges before becoming
nieces, nephews and cousins. a district manager for Service America Cor-
poration, primarily working in correction fa-
PHYLLIS LEANDRI, 91 cilities. He was a member of St. Bernadette’s
Port St. Lucie Catholic Church. He loved horses, football
and sports in general, food and cooking, tak-
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Bonz out of his element, but he’s in with Quinn

Hi Dog Buddies! “Er. Your, um, Mommy Quinn. appreciate my Mommys, and
Margie and Your Mommy my comfy home.”
It’d been a while since I had ventured into Dave?” I said, thinking I musta PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN
that ever-mysterious (to dogs) world of the missed an important memo. “Sure! Go ahead,” I said,
Feline, so my paws were a little moist when matched the carpet. I wondered whether pencil poised.
me and my assistant knocked on Quinn “Yes. You see, all my hu- her Mommys had got it special.
Weiss’ door. A human lady answered and mans I consider as mothers. “There was once this tom-
ushered us in. We all do. Is a Cat Thing.” “Well Bonzo, I was one of many, many cat who would often walk
tiny kittens, all living in an animal shelter across my backyard - My Turf.
I didn’t see any other animals, ’specially “Ah, I see.” I ackshully in West Palm Beach, missing our cat Mom- I’d watch him from my win-
none that looked like a Maine Coon, which didn’t. “Tell me how you came mys an wishing for a forever home. My two dowsill an become so mad
is what I had heard Quinn resembled. We to find your Forever Family. In future Mommys were shopping for a kitten, because he was inFRINGing.
settled in and I got my notebook out, re- this life.” for keeping company with their other cat, I don’t know from where he
peating under my breath, “Nix the Wag- Crystal. Thank Garfield, they pick me from came. I believe he was just
and-Sniff. Let her make the first move. Keep Quinn did a couple of in- the bunch, and take me to their home for wild. And scary-looking to me.
your woofs soft. If she arches her back, Step. place circles, sat elegantly, the low low price of $25. Excep, when I am My Mommys called him Cow-
Away. Slowly.” and crossed her paws. She finish with my check-ups, it was more in the cat because they say he looked
was very pretty: long silky, neighborhood of $200. like a Holstein cow. I have No
One minute the human lady was sitting dark hair, a tabby pattern. An Idea what that even means,
on the coach alone, and the next – there she had very good posture, “There were other cats when I first ar- but I continue meowing fe-
was this Really Fluffy, Super-Sized cat seat- like she was a member of that rive – Crystal, Dexter, an Wyatt – but they rocious warnings and getting
ed next to her, staring right at me. Possibly ancient Egyptian royal family: were already grown up an on their last few my back all up to chase him
though me. Smiling. Bastet was the catriarch, as I lives. So an Only Cat is what I now am. I away. But it didn’t work.
recall. just turn 10. I usta have an Elmo toy I al-
I smiled back, taking care not to show any ways carried around. Fishing line toys are “Cowcat pretended he
teeth. “Good morning, Miss Quinn, is it?” In case you’re wondering, Totally Cat’s PJ’s, too. Back when I was real didn’t see me, but I caught
I know this cat stuff because little, I fetched toys my mommy would him glancing my way. One
“Is my great pleasure, Bonzo. May I call I Googled back when I was throw, and I’d even bring them back, but I time he had NERVE to walk
you Bonzo? You’ll have to forgive. I speak not preparing for my very first cat grew outta that. right up to the house to drink from the air
too much Dog. Please you to meet my Mom- interview. Just sayin’. conditioner. He was making me Catnip
my Margie and my Mommy Dave.” “From my cedar chest window seat I stu- Nuts! This one day, I was up on the sill, same
I also noticed Quinn had those big, fluffy diously observe the ducks, herons, Sandhill as always. But it felt different. THEN I realize
pantaloons in the back, which were espe- cranes an squirrels down by the lake. Mom- why. The window is UP. I could even smell
cially impressive when she was walking my Margie sewed me a Special Pillow to sit Cowcat through the screen. He spots me,
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Mommys call it The Queen Pillow. Frankly, backs and start yelling stuff back and forth
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safety, thank Garfield!”
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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 23 The master bedroom also opens onto tiled from floor to ceiling with an attrac- the bedrooms, laundry room and master
the porch. A generous 16-by-13, there are tive mosaic pattern, granite countertops bedroom.
The living room and kitchen have sliding two walk-in closets. One is large enough and a linen closet.
doors that open to the covered porch and to put in a small chair or bench for putting “They didn’t miss anything,” he said.
screened patio. On the ground are red pavers on shoes or the like. My imagination runs “A lot of houses built then didn’t have “They even replaced the outlet covers so
in stamped concrete, giving a sort of Tuscan wild when I see such spacious closets. The big closets and the bathrooms were small- they’d be fresh and white.”
look. The area is secluded and private, look- master bath is a great size, with separate er,” Inman said.
ing over the golf course. There is ample room vanities, a soaker tub, and a shower that is This is a house that is in absolutely
to add a pool, should one desire to do so. He also pointed out that pocket doors, move-in condition. Bring your family and
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Coming Up! THE NAKED
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FINAL WEEK FOR
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BY SAMANTHA BAITA | Staff Writer Destiny Diaz rehearses with the True Crew CREW’S WORLD BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer
[email protected] Dance team as they prepare to compete OF OPPORTUNITY [email protected]
at the World Dance Championships this
1 The annual, juried “Best summer in New Jersey. PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN Page B2 Oh, the things I could write
of the Best” show is on ex- if this were not a family news-
hibit at the A.E. Backus Museum paper! Last year, when I inter-
& Gallery in Fort Pierce through viewed Mike Tyler of the Naked
May 19. After ferocious compe- Magicians, I lost control of the
tition, entries in four categories interview within two minutes. I
were juried into the prestigious couldn’t wait for this year. Some-
show, representing 276 talented times I really love my job.
local artists. Especially moving
is the work chosen Best in Show, The Naked Magicians is actu-
Dawn E. Miller’s haunting pastel ally two blokes from Australia, or
portrait titled “Miss L.” Now is Down Under, as they call it. This
an especially opportune time to year, I got to interview the other
visit, as the Museum has recent- half of the group, Chris Wayne,
ly undergone a million-dollar as the two drove across west-
expansion, doubling its size, and ern Canada. The cellphone kept
re-imagining the exhibits and getting cut off, leading to inter-
Museum Store. Located on Indian viewus interruptus, but eventual-
River Drive, the museum is home ly, we made it through to the end.
to the nation’s largest public exhi- The two return to Fort Pierce’s
bition of artwork by Florida’s pre- Sunrise Theatre June 1.
eminent painter, A.E. Backus; and
boasts the state’s only permanent Wayne began by telling me that
multi-media exhibition on the he was completely naked as we
Florida Highwaymen. Outside, talked and that I should be if we
check out all the new murals in were going to continue the inter-
the outdoor Mural Plaza, which view. I told him that I had made
opens onto a park bordering the many sacrifices for my career
Indian River Lagoon and offers and that wasn’t going to be one of
fresh air and, perhaps, artistic in- them.

CONTINUED ON PAGE B6 Wayne said he’d wanted to be a

CONTINUED ON PAGE B6

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percussionist, guitarist, keyboardist and Tinseltown’s hot for JessLee and ‘Burn’
more. He’s also performed live on radio
and television. BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer pletely funded by Kickstarter. point, but I will want to have a label that
feels like home. If I can do this by myself,
One of his favorite venues is the King [email protected] “It’s a big event,” the singer said. “There’s imagine what I can do with the promotion
Center because of the massive enthusiasm of a label behind me.”
displayed by the audiences. He’s played Singer JessLee’s career is, well, on fire. a huge awards ceremony.
there for summer concerts as well as spe- I asked my young friend if the sky was the
cial New Year’s Eve concerts. When I checked in with the Treasure Coast There will be live music, celebrity ap- limit for her career.

“We have had a mutual love affair with native in December, she had just released pearances and walking the red carpet. The “I hope so,” she said. “I try to be hum-
this crowd and venue since our first ‘Dark ble. I’m an indie artist but I have a team,
Side of the Moon’ show,” he said. “The (au- a single, “Christmas in event is for mainstream an amazing family, friends, supporters
diences) are knowledgeable and passion- and God. It’s a combination of all of those
ate music fans and support live music and America,” dedicated and indie artists. This together getting me to where I’m trying to
Classic Albums Live faithfully.” be. This is after (only) two years of being my
to active-duty soldiers, is a huge global event own artist. God is good. If you work hard
Hildyard has seen the Melbourne audi- and believe in yourself and have people
ences react with “shouts, cheers and exu- veterans and their fam- and artists from all over who support you, you can do great things.”
berance from the first note to the last.”
ilies, and was getting the world get picked up. As this is JessLee’s first trip on the red
“They sing along, close their eyes, dance carpet, we had to talk fashion. She’s been
and sway, reliving whatever amazing mem- ready for the release of Last year Justin Timber- thinking of what she might wear and the
ories accompany the feeling,” he added. name of designer Jessica McClintock is in
her single “Burn” and lake won and Lady Gaga her mind.
The King Center concerts have grown in
popularity to such a degree that the venue the video of the same and Sam Smith have “It will be a full-on gown,” she said. “I’m
regularly offers affordable picnic meals be- not at the stage where I have people who
fore the concerts. name. been nominated.” dress me. I’m still indie. When I do my
shows, I get compliments on what I wear. I
The Classic Albums Live series at the King Fast forward a few JessLee is excited call it country chic. This is the first time I’ve
Center includes: Pink Floyd – Dark Side of done anything like this and I’ll have a team
the Moon & Animals on May 13; Rush – 2112 months and JessLee has about what this expo- of people making suggestions.”
on June 17; Led Zeppelin – IV on July 22; Su-
pertramp – Breakfast in America on Aug. 19; news. The song was re- sure will do for her ca- If you know JessLee at all, you know she’ll
Music of Woodstock on Sept. 16; and Lynyrd kill it.
Skynyrd on Oct. 14. leased on Jan. 28 and reer, which only started
For more information on Jesslee, visit the
Individual ticket start at $24.75. Series the video at midnight a few years ago. website www.JessLeeMusic.com. 
tickets also available starting at $138. The
King Center is at 3865 N. Wickham Rd., Mel- on Jan. 29, on multiple “It’s a great amount
bourne. Call 321-242-2219 or visit KingCen-
ter.com.  sites, and by the next of exposure,” she said.

morning it had 20,000 “It’s huge, from what

views. Now approach- I’m told. It’s a really big

ing 120,000 views, the honor and I’m humbled

single “Burn,” has been that my song was select-

nominated for a Hol- JessLee. PHOTO COURTESY OF MELISSA CRABLE PHOTOGRAPHY ed out of the many re-

lywood Music in Me- leased by indie artists.

dia Award in the country music category. It’s a big opportunity for me as an artist and

JessLee, who also hopes that the video re- songwriter. If I get nominated for the video,

ceives a nomination, will travel to Holly- too, I can say I self-produced it with a team.

wood in November to walk the red carpet. To create an award-winning video looks

It’s heady stuff for a project that was com- good for labels. I’m indie by choice at this

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GO WILD COMING UP roll from the ’60s, ’70s, ’80s’ and ’90s – in
ABOUT BINGO the inaugural, benefit concert for the VIM/
CONTINUED FROM PAGE B1 HANDS Clinic of St. Lucie County. As you
It’s a perhaps guessed, band members are local
“Big Game” spiration. The Backus Gallery and Museum physicians, cardiologists and surgeons.
are open Wednesday through Saturday, 10 The music will be hot, and there’ll be room
Luncheon at the a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday 12 noon to 4 p.m.; to dance. (Note from you doctor not re-
Pelican Yacht Club and closed Monday and Tuesday. quired.) Maybe you’ll recognize a couple
of these rockers, even sans white coats or
1120 Seaway Drive, Ft. Pierce 2 “Spamalot,” the irreverent, bawdy, scrubs. Rockin’ RX members include: Mi-
Saturday, June 17, 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM hilarious rip-off of the (irreverent, chael Carelli, bass guitar and vocals; Rick
bawdy, hilarious) classic film comedy Columbo, harmonica, rhythm guitar and
$35.00 per person “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” opens vocals; Robert Dermarkarian, keyboards
in West Palm Thursday, May 18, at the Kra- and vocals; Rene Loyola, lead guitar; Vin-
(Includes 5 Games + An All New “Wildcard Game”) vis Center’s Marshall E. Rinker, Sr. Play- ny Montalto, lead guitar; Chris Rao, drums
house. “Spamalot” retells the legend of and vocals. Relapse Band members in-
Enjoy a delicious luncheon, bingo with wonderful prizes, King Arthur and his Knights of the Round clude: John Cherveny, lead vocals; Allan
“wild” door prizes and more Table. Anyone familiar with the comedy Colby, lead guitar; Paul Lowery, lead and
troupe Monty Python won’t be the least bit rhythm guitar; Jason McManus, bass gui-
GRAND PRIZE - $200 CASH surprised that the play includes a bunch of tar; George Rittersbach, keyboards; Larry
Sponsored by the Museum’s Board of Associates beautiful showgirls, cows, killer rabbits and Mufson, drums. Show time is 7:30 p.m.
French people. The 2005 Broadway pro- For ticket information, email Sydney.Lieb-
If you desire, dress for the occasion in duction won three Tony Awards, including [email protected]
safari or jungle print attire Best Musical, and received 14 Tony Award
nominations. Show times are Tuesday 4 Back at the Sunrise Thursday, May
Reserved tables for 8 are available through Sunday at 7:30 p.m.; and Wednes- 18, is a brand-new theatrical con-
Advance pre-paid reservations required - Sorry, No Refunds day, Saturday and Sunday at 1:30 p.m. The cert – Decades Rewind. This fully staged
May 18 preview performance will benefit show presents songs we all remember
To make your reservation please contact the Backus Museum the Alpert Jewish Family & Children’s Ser- from some of modern music’s most
vice. stand-out decades – the ’60s, ’70s and
772-465-0630, ’80s – presented in a whole different way:
Email [email protected] 3 Unless you’ve had your sense of fun fully staged, hundreds of costumes, and a
surgically removed, you’ll want to blend of old favorites in unique medleys.
Proceeds benefit the A. E. Backus Museum, catch Docs Rock, coming to the Sunrise Your back-in-the-day memories will kick
a 501(c)3, not-for-profit organization. Theatre in Fort Pierce this Saturday. The in as you listen to a virtual soundtrack of
Martin Health System has brought togeth- your life: more than 60 songs, from Are-
er two local bands – The Relapse Band, lay- tha to Zeppelin. You may even be tempted
ing down rock, pop, soul and classics, and to sing along, or dance in the aisles. The
the Rockin’ RX Band, with dance rock ’n’ show starts at 7 p.m. 

‘NAKED MAGICIANS’ don’t need pants,” say that it’s the audience
that makes the show.
CONTINUED FROM PAGE B1
“We want it to be something people are
magician since he was 6, although the na- a part of,” Wayne said. “An entertainer in-
ked part came much later. cludes (the audience). We take magic off
the stage and into the audience members’
“Even though the show is fundamentally hands.” (Writer’s note: Nope, I’m not going
innocent, the thing I love most about this there.)
show is that we get to perform really in-
credible magic for people who wouldn’t go “It makes it fresh for us and keeps us on
to a magic show,” he said. “We’ve made it our toes. Don’t expect to just watch, expect
naughty and sexy and fun and take it to a to be a part. You can keep your clothes on. “
place that people want to visit.”
Wayne noted that they had the pleasure
Wayne and Tyler had been working to- of performing on London’s West End at the
gether as magicians before they decided to end of 2016, a rare honor for an Australian
take the plunge and get naked. show. As the show has taken off (OK, that
was a cheap shot), their lives have changed.
“It was a risk because no one had done They are looking forward to returning to
it before,” Wayne said. “A naughty magic Florida, where they had great audiences,
show was either the best or the worst idea they said. Someday, they hope to take the
we’ve ever had. We weren’t willing to won- show to the Las Vegas Strip. (Stay with me,
der ‘What if?’ We went with everything we now.)
had.” I will pause here for your imagina-
tions to do the work. At the end of the interview, Wayne invit-
ed me to be their guest at a show and that
The pair started performing in Australia they would take care of me. I’m not sure
and were soon taking the show on the road, what that means, except that it will be a
all over the world. wild ride!

“Everywhere in the world we go, people The Naked Magicians comes to the Sun-
have a naughty side,” Wayne said. “By the rise Theatre, 117 S. Second St. Fort Pierce,
end of the show, everyone has it. It’s magic June 1 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $39 and $49. Call
and mayhem of the best kind.” 772-461-4775 or order online at www.sun-
risetheatre.com. 
The duo, whose motto is “Good magi-
cians don’t need sleeves and great ones









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ACROSS Daddy uncle 10 Comestibles Amundsen The Washington Post
1 Start of an April played by Hans 11 Word with no 76 “Stop ___ shoot!”
Conried 77 Stop and smell
observation 80 Stretcher of a vowels
7 Crime sort 12 Marine reserve? ’em
14 East Indian 82 Pea jacket 13 The interim 79 Mayberry kid
83 Sellout sign 81 Malaria symptom
pepper 84 Double-cross 25-center before 82 Ale amount
19 Scansion pause 85 Part 7 of the the Post Office 85 Abbrs. after corp.
20 Behaves like a observation actually had one
89 Carnival city 14 Florence farewell names
pupil? 91 Of sailing: abbr. 15 Final resting 86 Len Deighton
21 Saudi neighbor 92 Trig function place, for some
22 Part 2 of the 93 Place to crawl 16 Japanese battle novel
back into cry 87 ___ anchor
observation 94 Part 8 of the 17 Regard as
24 Cancel observation identical (rests)
25 Kitchen meas. 99 Leatherworking 18 Barty and Budd 88 Dom yum gai
26 Oeuvre set in tools 19 Word with tom or
100 Gam coverage top cuisine
Egypt 101 Trick 23 Either of Larry’s 90 Grand Ole ___
27 Driver’s licenses, 102 Dictionary abbr. Newhart brothers 94 Speculating
103 Biol., e.g. 29 Creme ___
e.g. 105 ___ snail’s pace creme words
28 Commotion 106 Big Apple 31 Donna Stone, 95 Great joke
30 Actress Roxana newspaper inits. really 96 Certain bullet-
31 Hosp. employees 107 Eggs 33 Painter’s poser
32 Cell acid 109 Concerning 34 Frank and Nancy train rider
34 “___ to you, pal!” 111 Bring up the rear 35 Out of control 97 Beat at
36 Like some cereal 114 Wine from 36 The Isthmus ___
37 Star Wars kid Hungary 37 Wood strips Sotheby’s
40 Part 3 of the 116 Part 9 of the 38 Not touched by 98 Flew high
observation boxers or bullets 103 Squirrel away
observation 121 Sapheaded 39 Leg part 104 Hipbones
44 New Orleans 122 Bobby Short 40 Soliloquy start 106 Funny guy Louis
tickles them 41 “Holy moly!”
Rice? 123 Thin ___ 42 Diving duck and
45 Ben-Hur co-star 124 Provides (for 43 ___ dixit science guy Bill
46 Mae West film, oneself) 45 George and 107 Grimm character
125 Is iffy Robert 108 Phlebotomist’s
___ Angel 126 Observation’s 49 Hawaiian target
47 OK’d: abbr. answer, either getaway 110 RBI or ERA
48 Part 4 of the way you read it 50 Fit of pique 111 Prevaricator
DOWN 52 Matinee, often 112 Author Kingsley
observation 1 Brown shades 53 Spanish queen 113 Colloidal stuff
51 Boxes for bucks 2 It’s stacked 54 Alvin C. York was 115 Joining word
55 Hurry 3 Telepathy, briefly one 117 “___ got it!”
56 Everyday verb 4 Flyers Jeana 58 Slipper? 118 Elephants’ org.
57 Three-inch Yeager and Dick 59 Incite 119 Donkey
___, the first to 61 Naturally 120 Part of TNT
amphibian circle the globe 62 Lenore’s
58 Job without refueling lamenter TAXING YOUR ABILITIES By Merl Reagle
60 “The Beloved 5 “To ___ human” 63 Pass
6 Uttered 65 Prefix meaning — SUMMER PASSES —
Disciple” 7 Not matching “outer”
62 Veggies, in 8 Son- or 68 A word to the
daughter-related whiz?
Versailles 9 Ran like hell 69 Reefer hit
64 Back 70 Lady of space
66 Smell ___ 71 UFO crew
67 Part 5 of the 72 Caviar
74 He lost out to
observation
69 Part 6 of the

observation
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73 A really big shoe
74 A lot less than

thrilling
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