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11/03/2017 ISSUE 44

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Big Hearts, big mission

A3 A8 B2A lot on plate ahead of holiday
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VOLUME 2, ISSUE 44 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2017

FOR FOSTER FAMILY, Bid for Amazon HQ2 speaks
A HOUSE FULL OF to city’s development goals
KIDS, LOVE & HOPE
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent when it announced in September
BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer it was looking to set up a second
[email protected] Port St. Lucie would love to pull headquarters, hence the moniker
a guerrilla-marketing coup that Amazon HQ2. Typical to its histo-
The Gerardis were an ordinary lands Amazon’s HQ2 in Tradition. ry of challenging convention, Am-
family – that typical American
Dream family – mom, dad, son, Pete Tesch, president of the St. PHOTO COURTESY WASHINGTON POST
daughter. But it didn’t feel com- Lucie County Economic Develop-
plete. They knew something else ment Council said it’s fun to think azon went about things differently
was out there, waiting for them. about, but not likely to happen. than companies usually do when
looking at large expansions. It sort
“I really can’t explain why,” Lar- “Technically, we are not qual- of advertised itself and waited for
ry Gerardi said of why they decid- ified,” he said, referring to the the suiters to send love letters in
ed to go through the fostering and company’s request for proposals. the form of proposals. And arrive
adoption systems. “However, given some of the phys- those proposals did.
ical assets and human talent, the
When they first met, Paula, his development opportunities, we With promises of about 50,000
wife, was lukewarm on having felt compelled to let one of Amer- jobs with average annual com-
children. Over time, she softened ica’s largest corporations know
to the idea. She then raised the about this opportunity.” CONTINUED ON PAGE A10
idea of adopting – so many kids
need homes, she reasoned; no More importantly, Tesch said,
reason to add to the global popu- area economic-development folks
lation. got to do a major bit of self-eval-
uation that has updated the city’s
But in 2009 they welcomed proverbial resume.
their son, Collin, who wasn’t ex-
actly planned for or expected. A Seattle-based Amazon set off an
year later, they had Madelynn. economic-development firestorm

They went to church – Christ SWING SHIFT AT THE FALL FEST
Fellowship – one Sunday and
heard a plea for foster families. The Gerardi family takes the pledge formalizing the adoption of their three newest

“There are so many children,” family members at the St. Lucie County Courthouse. PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN
Paula said. So many, in fact, that

CONTINUED ON PAGE A4

Lewis library opening: Read – and party – all about it

PHOTO COURTESY CITY OF PORT ST. LUCIE BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent tion & Fundraiser next Saturday, Ashley Tobar, 14, and D’Nelson Balladaers, 8, enjoy the giant swing
Nov. 11. ride during the annual Port St. Lucie Fall Fest at the Port St. Lucie Civic
The Paula A. Lewis Branch Li- Center last Sunday. For more photos from the event, see Page A10. 
brary opened to fanfare last with a “The opening, we had quite a
ribbon-cutting ceremony. Things good crowd,” Susan Jacob, direc- Review: ‘Hank Williams’
have been rocking ever since. tor of the library system, said. tale is compellingly told
at Riverside. Page B6
Up next, the Friends of the St. Jacob estimated that perhaps
Lucie County Library is bringing 250 or more attended the rib-
in bestselling author Brad Melzer bon-cutting. In the week follow-
for the Grand Opening Celebra-
CONTINUED ON PAGE A6

IN THIS ISSUE

LOCAL NEWS A1-A12

HEALTH A14-A19 ARTS/PEOPLE B1-B14

OBITUARIES A9 PETS A13

GAMES B16-B18 REAL ESTATE A21-A32

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Big Heart Brigade has lots on its plate ahead of Turkey Day

BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer Many times, firefighters’ families come And while the team has plenty of volun- PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE BIG HEART BRIGADE OF THE TREASURE COAST
[email protected] to the fire station to eat with their loved teers to prep and cook, Payne said they’re
ones between calls, according to Payne. lacking delivery drivers – those who can Big Heart Brigade’s volunteer coordinator,
There will be fewer empty plates this take the meals out into the community. Catherine Chaney, by calling 772-621-3371.
Thanksgiving, thanks to the big hearts Payne is seeking monetary donations
that make up the Big Heart Brigade of the that will go toward offsetting the cost of “Deliveries are the biggest hurdle,” he Payne said he has seen the impact first-
Treasure Coast. Each year since 2008, fire- food. A $25 donation is enough to feed a said, explaining that the volunteers who put hand of the Thanksgiving Day meal deliv-
fighters and other local leaders have gath- family for Thanksgiving, he said. in the long and early hours cooking do their eries. He explained that he had been out
ered the week leading up to the holiday, best to deliver, but sometimes just can’t. on a call the day after to a home in Spanish
cooking birds and fixing the trimmings for St. Lucie’s Big Heart team will be deliver- Lakes. The family being responded to was
thousands of residents in St. Lucie, Indian ing meals to various trailer park communi- Anyone interested in volunteering to de- one who got a Big Heart Brigade meal.
River and Martin counties. ties, churches and veterans groups. liver meals is encouraged to reach out to the
“It was just enough meal for us,” Payne
“We’re actually cutting it close,” Presi- recalled the man telling him, grateful for
dent Joe Payne said of the Brigade’s bud- the Thanksgiving meal.
get this year. That’s because St. Lucie has
stepped in to help out Martin County’s “One simple meal made an impact,”
crew, which hasn’t been able to get the Payne said for himself.
time off needed to get their cooking done.
For more information on the Big Heart
“We have to do this,” Payne said of Brigade, to volunteer or to donate, visit
helping Martin County. “We can’t let them www.BigHeartBrigadeTC.org or find them
down.” on Facebook at www.facebook.com/big-
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He has been able to cajole his St. Lucie
troops into doubling their prepping and
cooking without issue.

The Big Heart Brigade will serve up in-
dividual plates of Thanksgiving feasts to
members of the community as well as
provide full meals to be shared among
fire stations, the 911 dispatch call centers
and other agencies that require personnel
report on the holiday. “We want to give
something back to them,” Payne said of
feeding the emergency responders.

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GERARDI FAMILY vides a stipend that pretty much defrays the

CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 cost of the then-foster children.

some are sent out of the county to a spare And, now that they children are adopted,
bed. So many that siblings are often torn
from each other due to the lack of space. the four will receive free in-state college tu-

“It was just really, really important to us ition, Larry said.
and weighed on our hearts,” Paula said.
Over the 2 ½ years the Gerardis have been
They discussed. They prayed. They went
through the program and became a licensed foster parents, they’ve welcomed 11 total
foster family.
children and said goodbye to seven of them.
“It’s been an incredible journey,” she said.
Of the numerous children they’ve had come It’s one of the most frequent questions they
into their homes, they ultimately adopted
four – three of whom are siblings. get: How can they love these children and

Their quintessential family of four dou- let them go? Don’t they get too attached?
bled.
“That’s the whole point,” Larry said – get
Emma was 14 months old when the Ge-
rardis, who live in St. Lucie West, adopted attached, love the kids, mourn them leaving
her out of the foster care system. Her par-
ents’ “demons are bigger than they can but know they are going back to a healthier
handle,” Paula said, explaining that Emma’s
birth mother lives in Virginia Beach and her father, a veter- family situation.
an, has PTSD.
“We sacrifice our hearts” for these kids,
Emma was the third child to be placed in the Gerardis’
care. She was 5 months old and had a host of medical chal- he said.
lenges including fetal alcoholism. She had been in the hos-
pital non-stop before finally being medically cleared for The attachment, the trust, the bond
foster care.
forged between foster child and foster par-
“She should be just fine,” Paula recalls being told when
Emma arrived. That wasn’t exactly the case, but the Ge- ent is what is integral to the child’s develop-
rardis rose to the occasion, helping Emma to overcome.
ment, the healing needed after having been
“She can eat a New York strip steak and two pieces of piz-
za before you do!” Paula said of Emma, who turns 3 in De- PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN removed from their home.
cember. “She’s thriving.”
Reunification is always the ultimate goal
The medical challenges they faced with Emma were not
enough to deter the Gerardis from continuing to open their They planned to adopt the girls. Then, they found out the for children removed from their homes. But that isn’t always
home and hearts to foster children.
girls’ mother had given birth to a baby boy. The boy was also something that can happen. For those children, they might
In May 2016, sisters Dakota and Autumn arrived, having
been abandoned and medically neglected by their mother. placed into foster care – a different family. be bounced from foster home to home; or, in the case of the
Neither had any established medical history, no immuni-
zations. The Department of Children and Families, however, Gerardis, they are adopted.

Dakota, who was 3 ½, lost her front teeth. They had wanted to keep all siblings together and approached the There are currently 116 children in licensed foster care
snapped at the gum due to bottle rot. Neither child was ver-
bal. Gerardis about taking the baby. in St. Lucie County, according to Josh Kolkana, director of

“All they had was baby babble,” Paula said. “We couldn’t see it,” Paula said, recalling the possibility. foster care with Place of Hope. They are dispersed among
The Gerardis were able to find a host of therapists, doc-
tors and a dentist for the girls. Then, they discovered Au- Their 3-bed, 2-bath home was already seemingly bursting 71 homes.
tumn, then-18 months, was severely anemic. Test results
identified a disease that causes her spleen to attack her red at the seams with five children and two adults. Place of Hope and other agencies have endeavored to
blood cells. She requires regular blood transfusions, and
will until she’s 5, when her spleen can be removed. They made their peace that the boy had his life in one raise awareness for the need of more foster homes. He said
Still, the girls’ challenges did not dissuade the Gerardis.
foster home and the girls had theirs with the Gerardis. they need at least 50 more beds to keep all St. Lucie County

Larry said they knew they were going to adopt the girls. children in St. Lucie County.

But in order for that to happen, they were essentially told St. Lucie is one of four counties in a group that allows

they’d have to take the boy, too. children to flow from one area to another based on bed

“Let go and let God,” Paula said, recounting those discus- availability.

sions. They had decided to let the girls go, there was no way The goal, Kolkana said, is to place children near their

they could add another person – an infant no less – to their birth home – provided doing so keeps them safe. By keep-

family. ing them near, they could still attend their school, be able to

That Sunday, the sermon was on Isaiah 54:2, which es- see their friends.

sentially says: “Enlarge the place of your tent, stretch your “It’s their whole world,” he said of school, especially for

tent curtains wide, do not hold back.” those age 5 to 17.

Paula said she and Larry looked at each other in that mo- Those interested in learning more about becoming a

ment – “Looks like we’re getting a baby!” foster parent are encouraged to reach out to organizations

“We went ahead full steam,” Paula said, explaining that such as Place of Hope and Devereux Florida Foster Care

the state required some paperwork that granted the Ge- Program.

rardis to expand to six children. The state allows for five. “People look as us like saints,” Paula said, quickly adding

The boy, whose name was changed to Isaiah, tested posi- they are flawed human beings. “We’re just a family. We have

tive for the same disease as Autumn and also requires regu- good days – bad days and all the days in between.”

lar blood transfusions.

The Gerardis are quick to point out that the state covers Whom to call: Place of Hope: 561-775-7195; Devereux

the cost of the children’s extensive medical care, and pro- Florida Foster Care: 407-259-0056. 



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LEWIS BRANCH LIBRARY PHOTO, ABOVE, COURTESY OF THE CITY OF PORT ST. LUCIE; It’s been two decades
PHOTO, RIGHT: MITCH KLOORFAIN since the county last opened
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 a new branch library.
tionally, Melzer has co-written children’s nel show, and he creat- The county bought the
ing, the new library was open for short days biographies about such famous people as ed another series that 21,400-square-foot building
– about six hours each. She said hundreds George Washington, Gandhi, Helen Keller, briefly ran on the WB – a former Port St. Lucie po-
visited each day despite the short hours. and many more. network. lice station – for $2.3 million
Jacob said Maureen Gallagher, the branch in 2013. Work to convert it to
manager, reported heavy use of the young- “He’s had multiple bestselling thrillers,” The fundraiser is $45 a library started in the sum-
adult area and the library’s 3D printer, Jacob said. a person. Jacob said the mer of 2016. The library was
among other features. library-support organi- built with a combination of
If that doesn’t sound busy enough, Mel- zation has invested a lot a $500,000 state grant and
“‘Folks were coming in to get library zer hosts the H2 network’s “Brad Melzer’s into the Lewis library. the library portion of impact
cards,’” Jacob quoted Gallagher’s message. Lost History,” which seeks and claims fees. The purchase, con-
credit for locating lost famous items such “They have already given us $300,000, struction and equipping all
The library director estimates that about as the flag seen in a photo with three New which was dedicated to helping us start told was about $5 million.
10,000 will likely get cards this year because York firefighters on Sept. 11, 2001. Melzer the print collection at the Lewis library,”
of the new location. previously hosted another History Chan- she said. “It’s exceeded my expec-
tations,” Jacob said. “It’s
By publication time, the library will be
operating at its regular hours. The library is really a beautiful
open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesdays and building. It’s mod-
Thursdays. It opens at 9 a.m. on Wednes- ern; it’s attractive.
days, Fridays and Saturdays, too. But, on There’s room for
Wednesdays, it closes at 5:30 p.m.; on Fri- all ages. It’s an ex-
days and Saturdays, at 5 p.m. citing place.”

The library is at 2950 SW Rosser Blvd. And the new
The library will be closed on Saturday, library has some-
Nov. 11, in honor of Veterans Day. But at thing no other
5:30 p.m., the Grand Opening Celebration does in St. Lucie.
& Fundraiser will kick off. The festivities will
continue to 9 p.m. “We have a
The evening will open with hors d’oeu- 200-person com-
vres and beverages by Catering Revolution. munity room and
Then, at 7 p.m., Melzer will talk. Among his we’re hoping to bring lectures, music and
many credits, Melzer wrote the “The Presi- cultural activity to that end of the county.”
dent’s Shadow,” “The Fifth Assassin,” “The Tickets to the Grand Opening Celebra-
Inner Circle” and other intrigue novels. He tion & Fundraiser are at all branch libraries
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Storming ahead: County, state jobless rates dip post-Irma

BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent ple got into the job market. ber of 2013, when it was 63.3 percent. said it’s creating strong local employment
“There’s an uptick in the labor force and That apparent jump in the local labor that’s likely to continue.
A lot of economists eyed Hurricane Irma
warily. The storm, they feared, stood to hurt decrease in unemployment,” he said. force participation, Dossantos said, happen- “People are jumping into the job market,
Florida’s employment picture. The storm In other words, the local labor force par- ing in short order indicates to him that more because there are jobs out there,” he said.
crossed the Straits of Florida on Sept. 10 and locals are commuting, meaning they’re find-
started a march up the peninsula leaving ticipation rate seemed to move up. The Bu- ing pay that’ll encourage it. At the same time, Dossantos said, em-
debris and unprecedented power outages. reau of Labor Statistics tracks the national ployers are squeezed to find workers.
There was a lot of opportunity for the state labor force participation rate. It shows on “I’m wondering if some of the jobs cre-
to lose jobs. a national level what Dossantos believes is ated were south of us,” he said. “Most of “I’ve seen local employers increasing
happening on a local one. the damage from the hurricanes happened their wages, because they’re seeing people
Fortunately, that didn’t happen. Just the south of us.” leave for a dollar (an hour) more,” he said.
opposite. “You have more job opportunities The September national labor force par-
after the hurricane,” Marcelo Dossantos, di- ticipation rate was 63.1 percent, up from However, even if the temporary recovery He said the holiday shopping and South
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IN LOVING MEMORY

ROBERT H. HOLZ dad Guardian Newspaper prior to migrating Treasure Coast Hospice
Port St. Lucie to the U.S. in 1962 ,and will be missed by all. Has Grown to Become

Robert H. Holz of Port St. Lucie passed W. EUGENE SWEENEY, 87 Treasure Health!
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Treasure Coast Hospice has always treasured life. Now,
Robert worked as a manager for TWA Air- W. Eugene “Gene” Sweeney, 87, died Oct. we’re offering an expanded family of services, including
lines for 38 years and was also a proud veter- 21, 2017, at The Cabana at Jensen Dunes in
an of the U.S. Navy. Jensen Beach. He was born in Rochester, palliative care, pediatric care and grief support, to
N.Y., and moved to Port St. Lucie in 1992 better meet the needs of our community.
Survivors include his wife, Rita Holz; chil- from Fairport, N.Y.
dren, Rev. Robert A. Holz, Michael (Gladys), Licensed since 1982.
Francis, Lawrence (Ana) and Kenneth Holz; He served in the United States Marine
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Robert was predeceased by his parents, He was a life member of the Second Ma-
Elmer and Agnes Holz; and one sister, Mil- rine Division Association and past president
dred Bareis. of the Florida Chapter. He was a life member
of the Marine Corps League.
CLYDE C. ROBERTS, 86
Port St. Lucie In civilian life he was employed 35 years
with the Rochester Coca-Cola Bottling Com-
Clyde C. “Robbie” Roberts, 86, died peace- pany, retiring in 1991 as director of customer
fully in Port St. Lucie on Oct. 20 after a short relations.
illness. He was born March 20, 1931.
Survivors include his wife, Lorraine; two
He is survived by Eastlyn, his wife of 57 step-daughters, Patricia Bechle, of Webster,
years; and brothers Hector Clarke and Mil- N.Y., and Renee Mesh, and her husband,
ton Weekes. Jonathon, of Burnt Hills, N.Y.; and two
grandchildren, Noah and Christian.
He was a “man of few words,” an ardent
“all fours’’ player and known to place the odd He was preceded in death by his first wife,
bet on a horse. Mary, in 1986; and brothers, Philip Sweeney,
in 2002, and Leo Sweeney, in 2009.
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FUN AND SUN AT ‘FALL FEST’ BID FOR AMAZON HQ2

Hundreds gathered last Sunday for the annual Port St. Lucie Fall Fest. The event in front of CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1
the Civic Center featured a midway of arcades and rides, while on stage performer including
Joey DeFeo, 15 and his sister Juna, 12, provided musical entertainment.  PHOTOS: MITCH KLOORFAIN pensation packages of $100,000 each and
an estimated $5 billion in capital outlay,
Amazon is more than an attractive offer to
most cities. It’s the golden opportunity of
the century.

In all the company got about 240 pro-
posals from all over the country. Many
used unconventional approaches. One city
sent a 21-foot-tall cactus to get Amazon
thinking Arizona. A Georgia city offered
to rename part of itself after Amazon. One
unlikely contender in Connecticut made
a video of the mayor asking an Amazon
Alexa where the company should build
its new headquarters. Alexa’s answer, of
course, was that city.

Tesch said Port St. Lucie didn’t spend
time dreaming up gimmicks like that. He
said it put together a self-respecting pro-
posal focused on resources.

That, he said, created a 217-page offer
with the needed material to use for the three
most important daily tasks of economic de-
velopment – helping and keeping compa-
nies already in town, and making realistic
pitches to attract new ones.

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Port St. Lucie is a member city. Tesch said sidiary, TAMCO, that was looking at other abatement for five years, among other he said. But, Amazon?
the council has had much success lately. cities for relocation to consolidate manu- things. Property-tax incentives, Tesch said, “I would be highly surprised if they
facturing. That company has decided to stay are a powerful tool for cities and counties to
“We’ve helped over 23 new and expand- in Port St. Lucie and build a 400,000-square use to attract and retain companies that are picked up the phone and called me,” Tesch
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Bonz says Sandy, from the Far East, is far out!

tance, Miss Sandy,” I said whole way. We didn’t whine
or toss our dog biscuits an
Hi Dog Buddies! politely. “I’d like to hear all we always waited for Pit
about you, whatever you’d Stops to Do Our Doodie.”
like to share, an I’ll just
write it down right here in “An,” said Sandy, also
sounding proud, “I helping
You probly remember, back a few my notebook, OK?” pick up branches all over
the yard from that, that – I
months ago, when a buncha pooches got Sandy smiled timidly. forgot …”

rescued from South Kor-EE-uh, which is “Man-na-seo ban-ga-wo- “Hurrycane,” said Harry.
“Hurrycane. Branches
wa-ay around on The Other Side, and got yo. Is nize to meeting you. are crisp an fun for crunch-
ing, I find. I’m still very
brought to the Humane Society. My Eng-leash is slow.” much jumpy. Also barky.
I barking at bicycles, cars,
This week I interviewed one of ’em, “No worries, Miss Sandy. humans, ’specially the hu-
man who brings bits of pa-
Sandy Brost, whose story gave me the My writing’s pretty slow, per Harry calls ‘mail’; also
the dishwasher an the scary,
Utter Willies at first, but, Thank Lassie, it too.” loud thing that makes cool.
“I’m learning to call
has a happy ending. Sandy’s a pretty yel- “I think I first must ex- O-mo-nee an Ah-bo-jee Mommy an Dad-
dy, like Harry doing. They teaching to me
lowy-creamy color, nice pink sniffer, looks plaining a big something about good behavior, how to sit calm an
still for my eye-drops – and giving me
sorta like a Lab, ’specially in the face, but different from here, in Ko- treats for eating when I remember what
they teaching to me. Harry calls treats
smaller body. She lives with her new rea. It is, as humans here Positive Re-enforcement an calls O-mo-
nee an Ah-bo-jee ‘Treatmasters.’”
pooch big brother, Harry; two cats, Bella calling – cultural.” Sandy. “I learning most from Harry. We run
an Bently; an her new Mom an Dad, Kel- I was all ears. in back yard together for playing. When I
PHOTOS: GORDON RADFORD sleepy, I wanting snuggle very closely to
him an he lets me. He is good big brother.
ley an Greg. “Here many humans eat Did you know, Mr. Bonz, that when Har-
ry coming to Cali-FOR-nya from TaiWAN,
Sandy an Harry were both barkin’ when cow, chiggan, pig. Is not he was needing to have Immigration Pa-
pers? An they were ALL in Chinese. He
me an my assistant knocked, but, since bad thing. So, in Korea, many humans eat find new job for humans who work in dog have them still. He showing them to me
once.”
Sandy was still kinda nervous an figurin’ dog. Is called Gaegogi. Is not bad thing farms. Happy news for me and friends in “That is Super Cool Kibbles!” I said to
Harry.
stuff out, Harry did the intros. He’s a res- there. But bad for dog, of course.” dog farm – we get rescue an bring to here. “I suppose so,” he replied. “I was a
liddle pupster an don’t remember much
cue, too, about the same size as Sandy, “Woof,” I gulped. “That is Dismal Dog So we getting ready to be pets, not lunch.” about that time. I’m just happy to have a
great Forever Family now. I even enjoy be-
only with dark fur. An he’s from TaiWAN, Biscuits.” “How’re things going for you so far, ing Sandy’s big brother, but don’t tell her
that.” He winked.
which is also around on The Other Side. “Now, with help from Innernational Miss Sandy?” Heading home, I was thinking about
Sandy an her happily blended Forev-
(The cats were Elsewhere, as cats often Humane Society humans,” Sandy con- “We were not in so good shape. Much er Family. An about how many different
combinations of Happily Blended Fam-
are, in my experience.) tinued, “many in Korea try to change law skinny. I had CAT-uh-racks, also. Hadda ilies there are. An how lucky we are to
know that, when we get home, there’ll al-
“I’m pleased to make your acquain- so no more dog for lunch. But also must have operation. Still get drops in my eyes ways be a nice bowl of kibbles, an a fluffy
bed – an a tummy rub.
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with interesting stories. To set
human lady. Meanwhile, my Forever
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“That’s Korean for ‘Mom,’” Harry said.

“She volunteer at Humane Society,”

Sandy explained. “She an my Ah-bo-jee

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Why chronic kidney disease is called a ‘silent killer’

BY MARIA CANFIELD | Correspondent and vomiting, fatigue, anemia, loss

You’d think a health condition affect- of appetite, sleep problems, swell-
ing 30 million American adults – one in
seven – would be immediately familiar, ing and itching.
a much-discussed health topic. But that
isn’t the case with CKD: chronic kidney There are simple urine and blood
disease.
tests that screen for CKD, and Dr.
In its earliest stages, CKD is unrecog-
nized by 96 percent of those who have it, Jaffry says “everyone should be
and nearly half of people with severely re-
duced kidney function (but not on dialy- tested at their annual physical. It
sis) are unaware that their kidneys are not
functioning properly, according to a study is part of the basic metabolic panel
done by the U.S. Centers for Disease Con-
trol and Prevention. to check on the function of the kid-

The findings were based on statistics neys.”
gathered from 2011 to 2014, and should
“serve as a warning bell that a major pub- The potential complications of
lic health challenge is right in front of our
eyes and more must be done to address CKD can affect almost every part of
it,” according to Kevin Longino, CEO of
the National Kidney Foundation (himself the body, and include:
a kidney transplant recipient).
 Hyperkalemia, a sudden rise
Sebastian’s Saatiah Jaffry, MD, who is
board-certified in nephrology and inter- in the blood’s potassium levels,
nal medicine, agrees there is cause for
alarm. which can impair heart function

“Chronic kidney disease is a silent kill- and can be life-threatening.
er,” she says. “Many with the condition
have no symptoms until they their kid-  Pericarditis, an inflammation
neys fail completely. And the number of
of the saclike membrane that en-

velops the heart.

 Weak bones, and an associat-

Dr. Saatiah Jaffry. ed increased risk of bone fractures.
 Damage to the central ner-
PHOTO: DENISE RITCHIE

vous system, which can cause dif-

ficulty concentrating, personality

people with CKD is increasing, mainly be- If the kidneys begin to fail, waste builds changes or even seizures.
cause of the epidemic of obesity. Obesity
can lead to diabetes and diabetes can lead up, which can cause other health prob-  Decreased immune response, in-
to kidney disease.”
lems. Although CKD often has no symp- creasing vulnerability to infection.
The function of the kidneys is to filter
waste and excess fluid from the blood. toms (leading to it being so often unrec- In addition to diabetes, cardiovascular

ognized), those afflicted may experience disease is the most significant risk factor

digestive tract symptoms such as nausea for CKD; almost half of those with CKD

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have one or the other, or both. High blood BEACH STROLL BENEFITS TREASURE COAST GRIEF SUPPORT
pressure and a family history of kidney
disease are other risk factors. Women are Join us in a walk for remembrance and with friends and purchase tickets to win
slightly more likely than men to devel- healing at Treasure Coast Hospice Foun- great items in a fun raffle.
op CKD, but men are significantly more dation’s 9th Annual Beach Stroll on Satur-
likely to progress to kidney failure, which day, Nov. 18, followed by a buffet break- Tickets for the 9th Annual Beach Stroll
requires dialysis or a kidney transplant to fast, sponsored by Archie’s Seabreeze in
stay alive. Fort Pierce. are $20 for adults, $5 for kids 5-18, and

Dr. Jaffry says, “Lifestyle makes all Proceeds benefit Treasure Health Grief free for kids 4 and under. The first 100 peo-
the difference in the world. Following a Support programs.
healthy diet, keeping BMI under 25, and ple to purchase a ticket will get a beach
exercising 30 minutes a day will help pro- After a pre-walk warm up at Archie’s,
tect against kidney disease.” She is an ad- strollers will be able to walk a one-mile mat and beach cup holder. Registration
vocate of the DASH diet, which includes route along the beachside before return-
reducing red meat, saturated fat and high- ing to the popular outdoor venue for is at 8:30 a.m. with the stroll starting at 9
fat dairy products, along with an increase breakfast.
in whole grains, fruits and vegetables. a.m. Pets are also welcome. Register online
This walk is an opportunity for indi-
Once diagnosed, medications can help viduals and families to honor loved ones at treasurehealth.org/beach-stroll/. For
manage CKD and its symptoms (informa- and the grieving in our community as
tion courtesy of the Mayo Clinic): they go through their journey of healing. it home. During the breakfast, there will more information, contact Agnes Palmer
All strollers and participants are encour- be an opportunity to learn more about
 High blood pressure medications. aged to bring a photo of their loved one Treasure Health Grief Support, mingle at 772-403-4574. Sponsorship opportuni-
Your doctor may recommend medications to put on the memory wall.
to lower your blood pressure and preserve ties are also available.  ­– CONTRIBUTED
kidney function. Other opportunities for event attend-
ees include purchasing and decorating
 Cholesterol-lowing medications. luminaries for $10 to be displayed in the
People with chronic kidney disease often breakfast area, memorial signs for $15
experience high levels of bad cholesterol, to be placed along the path, and hum-
which can increase the risk of heart dis- mingbird wind spinners for $25, which
ease; “statin” drugs are often prescribed to can be brought home as a lasting me-
lower those levels. morial. There will also be a rock painting
station, sponsored by True Crew Dance
 Medications to treat anemia. The Company, where participants of all ages
hormone erythropoietin is sometimes can paint a rock in memory of a loved
recommended; taken as a dietary sup- one and place it along the path or take
plement, it aids in the production of red
blood cells, which may relieve the fatigue

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CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE toxic to the kidneys. And some vitamins Stephen Blank, DDS
and supplements are not FDA-controlled,
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A15 and may contain contaminants that the Cosmetic Dentistry
kidneys cannot filter out.”
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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT NEW SHINGLES VACCINE

BY LENA H. SUN | The Washington Post tavax be revaccinated with Shingrix, which The Washington Post spoke with Edward two vaccines. Belongia, 61, is an infectious
is given in two doses. Belongia, who chaired the shingles vaccine disease epidemiologist at the Marshfield
Barbara Campbell has twice had shingles. work group of the Advisory Committee on Clinic Research Institute in Wisconsin.
Each time, one side of her body was covered The recommendations are expected to Immunization Practices. The work group
in “thousands of these horrid blisters.” She be approved by the Centers for Disease spent two years reviewing evidence on the Q: Who’s at risk for getting shingles?
could only wear the lightest silk blouse. Control and Prevention next year. A: Shingles is a serious and very com-
Anything else touching her skin hurt too mon condition. When people get chicken-
much. pox as children, the virus lays dormant in
their nerves, held in check by an individu-
“I’m in terror of having it happen again,” al’s immune system. As you get older, your
said Campbell, 79, of Fort Lauderdale, de- immune system starts to decline. People
scribing the painful rash that will affect over 50 have an increased risk of developing
almost 1 out of 3 people in their lifetime. shingles, which is a reactivating of the dor-
Because of allergies, she couldn’t get the mant virus.
Zostavax vaccine, which is made with live, There are about 1 million cases of shin-
albeit weakened virus. gles in the United States every year. It typi-
cally resolves in one to three weeks, and it’s
But Campbell and millions of other older painful while you have it.
Americans at risk of shingles – a condition Q: What are some of the complications as-
caused by the same virus that causes chick- sociated with shingles?
enpox – may soon have another option. A: About 15 percent of people who get
A more effective vaccine, Shingrix, was li- shingles develop chronic severe pain,
censed by the Food and Drug Administra- known as post-herpetic neuralgia, or PHN.
tion on Oct. 20. The federal panel that helps It’s severe pain that can last for months. Your
guide U.S. vaccination policy last week risk increases as you get older. There are
recommended the new vaccine for use in also rare complications, such as increased
adults 50 and older with normal immune risk for stroke and vision loss. But PHN is
systems. the most common complication. It can be
very, very debilitating.
The panel noted that Shingrix, made by Q: Can people with compromised im-
GlaxoSmithKline, provides substantially mune systems get Shingrix?
greater protection than Zostavax, made by A: At this point, the license is for preven-
Merck. Shingrix’s protection is also main- tion in people ages 50 and older, with nor-
tained at a high level for at least four years.
The panel recommended that anyone pre-
viously vaccinated with the one-dose Zos-

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mal immune systems. But there are studies A: Yes. The clinical trials did not include thousands and even millions of people mended interval between doses?
underway, and over the next year we expect people who had already had shingles. But having received it. Even though clinical A: Education is going to be key so we can
to be looking at results that have the poten- there was a small study of 96 people over trials look reassuring, we know from past
tial to be helpful for this population. age 50 who had a previously documented experience that things pop up and it’s not manage expectations. We don’t want peo-
episode of shingles. They got a strong re- evident until a much larger number of peo- ple feeling like they have to go to the emer-
The only absolute reason why you should sponse [with Shingrix]. They did not find ple have received it. gency room for reactions that are normal
not get [Shingrix], if you’re 50 and older, is if any adverse events. and expected.
you have a history of allergic or severe reac- GlaxoSmithKline is conducting a safe-
tions to any component of the vaccine. Q: What about side effects or problems ty study. The CDC-funded Vaccine Safety The recommendation for the second
with Shingrix? Datalink is safety monitoring in near-re- dose is anywhere from two to six months.
Q: Should people like Barbara Campbell, al-time for this vaccine as it is rolled out.
who already had shingles, still get the new A: The clinical trials did not find any evi- And there’s the Vaccine Adverse Event Re- Q: Will insurance cover Shingrix if you’ve
vaccine? dence of increased risk for serious adverse porting System, which reports episodes of already gotten Zostavax?
events, such as death, hospitalization or vaccine-related adverse events.
A: Yes. She is certainly eligible to get it. disability. However, about 80 percent of A: Our expectation is that it will be cov-
There isn’t any reason not to get it. individuals had some type of vaccine re- Q: What information is there about the ered.
action, compared to 30 percent of people effectiveness of just one dose of Shingrix?
Q: Why should someone who has already who got a placebo. Q: You’re in the recommended age range
gotten Zostavax get revaccinated with Shin- A: Almost nothing. to get a shingles vaccine. Did you get Zos-
grix? Most symptoms were mild or moderate. Q: Will it be hard to persuade patients to tavax?
Most common was a sore arm and pain return for a second dose? What’s the recom-
A: Zostavax provides a moderate level of after injection. About half the people also A: I was eligible to get the vaccine, and
protection. That protection declines over developed more general side effects, such I’ve been waiting [for Shingrix]. I knew
time, and by five years, that protection is as muscle ache, fatigue and headaches that what was coming. 
only about 35 percent. resolved in two to three days. It’s import-
ant to understand that these side effects
The new vaccine uses an entirely differ- are expected and resolve fairly quickly, and
ent technology. Shingrix is substantially they should not discourage anyone from
different in terms of overall efficacy and getting the second dose.
duration of protection. It was shown to
be highly effective even in the oldest age About 15 percent of people who got
groups, people in their 70s and 80s. the vaccine had a reaction that interfered
with their normal daily activities. Those re-
Q: When should someone who has al- solved within two to three days.
ready received Zostavax get the new vac-
cine? Q: What about ongoing safety monitor-
ing of this vaccine?
A: The committee did not want to pre-
scribe a specific interval. The minimum in- A: There’s going to be extensive safety
terval should be eight weeks. That’s a deci- monitoring. This vaccine uses a new ad-
sion each individual should make with his juvant [an immune-system booster]. We
or her own health-care provider. don’t have experience with hundreds of

Q: Should people who have received Zos-
tavax and also had shingles get Shingrix?

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BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Correspondent and the large backyard. It’s a perfect place
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Back in the master suite, there are two of
The house at 11781 SW Rossano Lane those large walk-in closets that give me
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pedigree. It was built by Toll Brothers in the vanities with marble counters, a soaker tub
prestigious estates section of Tradition and and spa, and a separate shower with floor-
boats five bedrooms and five bathrooms. It to-ceiling tiles.
has lake views, a fenced-in yard and large
rooms that still manage to remain warm The kitchen, as always, is the heart of the
and comfortable. house. It is 14-by-13 with a granite-topped
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It’s located on a quiet street, but you’re breakfast bar, double sinks, cherry cabinets,
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772-345-2700 of that is an office or den, 12-by-10, that cupies the two bedrooms upstairs. It could
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TRADITION AND ST. LUCIE WEST REAL ESTATE SALES

TOP SALES OF THE WEEK

It wasn’t exactly scary-busy, but the week leading up to Halloween saw a modest nine sin-
gle-family residences and lots change hands in Tradition and St. Lucie West.
The top sale of the week was the home at 8701 Bally Bunion Road. First listed in April for
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PORT SAINT LUCIE 8701 BALLY BUNION ROAD 4/8/2017 $599,900 10/23/2017 $384,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 11082 SW ROSE APPLE COURT 3/13/2017 $389,900 10/23/2017 $277,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 210 NW LISERON WAY 7/18/2017 $295,000 10/23/2017 $272,900
PORT SAINT LUCIE 835 SW LAKE CHARLES CIRCLE 6/16/2017 $272,900 10/25/2017 $271,800
PORT SAINT LUCIE 11378 SW OLMSTEAD DRIVE 3/17/2017 $279,900 10/23/2017 $234,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 10379 SW INDIAN LILAC TRAIL 7/28/2017 $244,900 10/26/2017 $227,400
PORT SAINT LUCIE 11538 SW LAKE PARK DRIVE 2/1/2017 $242,400 10/23/2017 $190,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 5150 NW ALJO CIRCLE 7/12/2017 $215,000 10/24/2017 $116,900
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Listing Date: 3/13/2017 Listing Date: 7/18/2017
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2017 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER

Coming Up! HANK

TOP-NOTCH ISRAEL Ben Hope as ‘Hank Williams.’
PHILHARMONIC AT
THE KRAVIS CENTER REVIEW: Country icon’s tale compellingly told. Page B6

BY SAMANTHA BAITA | Staff Writer PHOTO COURTESY OF RIVERSIDE THEATRE

1 The internationally ac-
claimed Israel Philhar-
monic Orchestra will perform
this Saturday in the Kravis Cen-
ter’s Dreyfoos Concert Hall in
West Palm, presented by the
2017/2018 Regional Arts Con-
cert Series. Under the baton
of Zubin Mehta, the orchestra
was founded in 1936 as the Pal-
estine Orchestra, according to
Wikipedia, during a time when
many Jewish musicians were
being fired from European or-
chestras. Its inaugural concert
took place in Tel Aviv on Dec.
26, 1936, led by the acclaimed
Italian conductor Arturo To-
scanini. The IPO keeps a full
international tour schedule,
and has performed under such
world-renowned conductors as
Leonard Bernstein. Saturday’s
program will include Amit
Poznansky’s gorgeous, moving
”Footnote,” Suite for Orchestra,
written specifically for the film
“Footnote”; “Daphnis et Chloé,
Suite No. 2,” Maurice Ravel’s
choreographic symphony for
his ballet “Daphnis et Chloé”;

CONTINUED ON PAGE B9

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Rodgers that! Four will give musical legend his due

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer were really the first to integrate music

[email protected] and songs with storytelling. We’re still do-

Each fall, the Riverside Theatre holds a ing that today.”

luncheon fundraiser with a show created Wills said she didn’t know which songs

by Allen Cornell, the theater’s producing she’d be singing and that while all of the

artistic director. The shows have been performers have sung these works be-

so successful that they have now added fore, there will be a difference.

an evening concert to the schedule. This “(Riverside musical director) Ken Clif-

year, four gifted performers will bring the ton does amazing arrangements,” she

music of Richard Rodgers to life Nov. 14. said. “You can expect the music to be not

Jennifer HopeWills, who has appeared Kristin Carbone, Peter Lockyer, Michael St. John and Jennifer Hope Wills will present a tribute to Richard Rodgers at a quite what you’re used to hearing. For
in three previous concert and starred as the other concerts, he has put in some
special concert Nov. 14 at the Riverside Theatre. PHOTO COURTESY OF THE RIVERSIDE THEATRE

Marian the Librarian in the Riverside’s stand-alone songs and then combined

production of “The Music Man,” will participate in this and “The Sound of Music.” Less well known is his earlier different songs or made a four-part arrangement out of a

year’s concert with Kristin Carbone, Peter Lockyer and partnership with Lorenz Hart, which resulted in “Pal Joey,” solos number. That makes it fun and interesting.”

Michael St. John. She spoke from her home in New York “Babes in Arms” and music for countless films. While Wills is concerned about keeping the great shows

about Rodgers, the Riverside and why it’s important to “When people think of Richard Rodgers, they think alive, she believes that regional theater has a special role

keep this music alive. Wills is a seasoned performer who Rodgers and Hammerstein,” Wills said. “People will hear to play. “A lot of regional theater can still do this because

spent four years starring as Christine in the Broadway pro- Rodgers and Hammerstein, but also Rodgers and Hart. the audiences are older,” she said. “They can choose to

duction of “The Phantom of the Opera.” They had a different style. Now, young people think of bring younger people. Regional theaters are important in

“I love coming to this theater and I get to bring some Rodgers and Hammerstein as fluffy or silly at times, but keeping the old standards alive, and this is a great group of

friends,” she said. “All three of them are … new to Vero they covered a lot of deep things, including racial injus- amazing talents.”

Beach and the Riverside. That’s exciting. I love coming tice in ‘South Pacific.’ That was huge. ‘The Sound of Mu- Bring yourself and maybe someone younger who

down there at this time of year. Vero Beach is lovely and sic’ had Nazis. These were subjects people didn’t talk doesn’t know that great music of the Golden Age of Mu-

the Riverside is doing great things because of the great about. I’m in my 30s and grew up with the older stuff. The sical. Theater. You’ll both have some enchanted evening.

support in the community.” younger generation doesn’t even know what you’re taking

Richard Rodgers was, of course, associated with Os- about, and they were so historically significant. (If they lis- The Riverside Theatre, 3250 Riverside Park Dr., Vero

car Hammerstein for many years. They are responsible tened), they’d find a deep appreciation. The songs are not Beach, presents “My Romance: The Music of Richard Rod-

for some of the most memorable shows ever created, in- old-fashioned or silly and the themes are still hard to talk gers Nov. 14 at 7:30 p.m. on the Stark Stage. Tickets are $45.

cluding “South Pacific,” “Oklahoma,” “The King and I” about and still very relevant. Rodgers and Hammerstein Call 772-231-6990 or visit www.riversidetheatre.com. 

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Stuart Community Concert Band swings into the season

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer oldest 90,” he said. “It’s amazing PHOTO COURTESY OF THE STUART COMMUNITY CONCERT BAND March 18 brings “An Old-Fashioned Sou-
[email protected] how well they get along within the sa Concert” as the band plays tribute to the
band. If someone would like to On Jan. 21, the band turns its attention March King. While Sousa is known for his
The Treasure Coast is fortunate to have play, they should come and play. to the Boys form Liverpool in a show called marches, he composed other works that the
many talented musicians. Many are retired There are no auditions. We always “Ticket to Ride.” The music spans the career band will introduce.
– or active – music educators and some have need low-voiced brass and wood- of the band that changed pop music, with
just been playing all of their lives. winds. A bassoon player would be songs like “I Want to Hold Your Hand,” “Mi- “We have to play ‘The Stars and Stripes
wonderful and we need more per- chelle,” “Lady Madonna” and “Hey Jude.” Forever,’” LeBon said. “There will be a num-
James LeBon earned both bachelor’s and cussionists.” LeBon is planning a sing-along, and it’s hard ber of different marches in different styles.”
master’s degrees in music education from to see how you could stop people from sing-
Florida State and has been a high school The first concert is Nov. 5 and is ing along to music they know so well. The season ends April 22 with “Musicians’
music teacher for many years, including 11 “A Seat at the Matinee: Broadway Favorites,” where the band members select
years at Dan McCarty Middle School, and at its Best.” “It will have a whole their favorite pieces and introduce them.
his current gig at Southport Middle School. bunch of different Broadway med-
He and his wife own a publishing company leys, familiar things,” LeBon said. “I’m looking forward to hearing what they
that produces band music for younger mu- “It’s an exciting concert. There are want and where their interests lie. There are
sicians. a lot for things people can sing- a lot of people with a lot of experience. They
along with. I want people to enjoy bring a lot of interest to do what we do.”
In his spare time, LeBon plays clarinet themselves.”
and bass clarinet with the Port St. Lucie While the concerts have different themes,
Community Band and the Stuart Commu- The show will include pieces LeBon has one mission.
nity Concert Band, of which he is now the from everything from “Gigi” and
director. “Hello Dolly” to “Phantom of the “My feeling is that if the band does not
Opera” and “Les Miserables.” reach the audiences, why would they come
“I’m going into my third year,” he said. “I to hear the band?” he asked. “The band
had been a member and guest conductor and Dec. 3 will bring music for the holidays serves the audience. Audiences have grown
knew the band fairly well. It’s a very vibrant from around the world. demonstrative about how they feel and it’s
amateur group, with some professionals. It’s exciting to do a concert where everyone’s
people who have come through school and “There are certain pieces we always play having a great time.”
played in high school and college.” because people expect it,” LeBon said. “If
they came and didn’t hear ‘Sleigh Ride’ by The Stuart Community Concert Band
The band will be playing a series of Leroy Anderson, they’d be upset. He also presents a series of five concerts at the Kane
themed concerts at the Kane Center in Stu- wrote ‘A Christmas Festival,’ a standard Center, 900 SE Salerno Road, Stuart. The first
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the upcoming shows. popular and a whole lot of fun to listen to.” show and $40 for season tickets. Call 772-
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‘Hank Williams’: Country icon’s tale compellingly told

After last year’s successful staging of the

Johnny Cash tribute, “Ring of Fire,” Riv-

erside Theatre opens its 2017-18 season

with another lesson in country music his-

tory. This time, though, the engaging and

MICHELLE illuminating “Hank Wil-
GENZ liams: Lost Highway” is
a true narrative and not

REVIEW just a tribute.
The ground-breaking

singer/songwriter’s career was shocking-

ly brief; he died an unstoppable alcoholic

at 29. As such, the story of his life easily

compresses into a two-hour re-telling and

still leaves time for two dozen of Williams’

greatest songs.

Like so many rags-to-riches tales in the

music world, Williams’ story suits the stage

perfectly. Starting with his hard-driving

mother (Marcie McGuigan) who saw music

as her son’s escape from poverty to the ad-

diction that cut short not only his perform-

ing but his prolific song-writing, Williams’

burn-out came after being fired from the Scenes from ‘Hank Williams: Lost Highway.’

Grand Ole Opry, abandoned by his band, sic, Hope had his practice on Broadway:
In 2013, he took over as the male lead in
and divorced from the wife he warned he “Once,” a musical set in Dublin that won
eight Tony awards.
couldn’t live without. and fiddler played by three excellent ac- time they split up in 1951 after seven years
tor/musicians. They follow Williams from Regarding Williams’ sound, it got a ma- of marriage, Williams told her prophetical-
Dismal as his death was, Williams has “Louisiana Hayride,” the early radio show jor boost early on from Fred Rose, him- ly, “I won’t live another year without you.”
that launched his career, to Nashville’s self an excellent songwriter who was also
achieved iconic status in American pop- Grand Ole Opry. Williams’ producer and publisher. Rose is By the second act, all levity is lost as Wil-
played by David Lutken, who co-directs liams descends into desperate alcohol and
ular music; to many, he is considered the Starting with “Setting the Woods on with his wife, Sherry. drug abuse. Hope convincingly portrays
Fire,” Hank and the Cowboys rip through the fading star not just as a staggering, slur-
father of modern country. tune after tune, including “Honky Tonk The sound Rose does not settle for is the ring drunk but a talent at the edge of sanity.
Blues,” “Jambalaya (On the Bayou),” “Move voice of Williams’ microphone-hogging The Alabama native grew up with country
“Hank Williams: Lost Highway” is set it on Over” and Williams’ beautiful signa- wife Audrey. That comic role is played by music, and with a BFA in musical theater at
ture ballad, “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry.” Hope’s real-life wife, Katie Barton. It takes the University of Central Florida, has gone
in the post-war American south. It opens considerable skill to sing badly, and Barton on to play a half-dozen country and folk
Infusing his own version of hillbilly with does; she’s been in plenty of country music music stars, including Johnny Cash, Elvis
with a stirring solo by blues singer Ru- Tee Tot’s soulful blues, Williams lays the revues where she has the simpler task of Presley, George Jones and Woody Guth-
foundation for a new genre of popular mu- singing well, albeit in imitation, including rie. Not to mention the heartthrob Guy in
fus “Tee Tot” Payne, an early influence on sic. In the span of a decade, he earned a as Tammy Wynette in “Stand by Your Man.” “Once.” (I’m guessing Hope’s Hank has had
place in music history as the father of mod- a turn with “Falling Slowly.”)
Williams’ music and a haunting presence ern country music. The horrible voice makes a good run-
ning joke, though the real-life Audrey Wil- As Hope morphs into a booze-strick-
throughout the show. From his perch on From Williams’ scratchy hillbilly songs liams had a complex hold on her husband en wreck, foisting himself on his band, he
to his deeper, heart-breaking ballads, it’s that is never made clear in the play. By the manages an entire song just off the beat,
a ragged porch to the audience’s left, ac- Ben Hope in the role of Hank who must and with the end near, lurches with aban-
convey the singer’s range, including from don through a frightening joyride with the
tor Tony Perry embodies the role moving- sober to smashed. If country’s Appalachian
roots include traces of Irish fiddle mu- CONTINUED ON PAGE B9
ly as Tee Tot coaches young Hank to “Sing!

SING!” and shares swigs from a flask never

far from Williams’ lips.

On the opposite side of the stage, red vi-

nyl bar stools lined up at a diner counter,

with a moony-eyed waitress (Sherry Lut-

ken, the co-director) standing in for Hank’s

millions of fans.

Joining Hank at center stage are the

Drifting Cowboys, a guitarist, bass player

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‘HANK WILLIAMS’ COMING UP the familiar numbers from “A Salute to Veterans.” Tickets are $15.
Chorus Line,” “West Side Story,” Concert times are Nov. 9 and Nov. 10
CONTINUED FROM PAGE B6 CONTINUED FROM PAGE B1 “Hello Dolly,” “Les Miserables” at 7 p.m. and Nov. 11 at 2 p.m.
and other timeless pieces. Tick-
groupie waitress that ends when he sprawls and Richard Strauss’ “Ein Heldenle- ets are $10. Show time is 2 p.m. 4 “Murderously funny” is how
across the stage, unconscious. ben, Op. 40,” a tone poem. According BroadwayWorld describes Ken
to Wikipedia, this work is generally 3 The talented young adults Ludwig’s play “The Game’s Afoot,”
Williams’ death is described after the agreed to be autobiographical in na- of the Indian River State and you’ll be able to judge for your-
fact. He died in the back seat of his con- ture, in spite of contradictory state- College Performing Arts De- self at the Barn Theatre in Stuart now
vertible Cadillac, discovered by his driver ments on the matter by the composer, partment will present “Show through Nov. 19. Community theater
when he pulled over to check on the sing- as it contains more than 30 quotations Me the Music,” this Friday and is alive and well in our neck of the
er as they made their way through a New Saturday at the McAlpin Fine woods, and the Barn’s current show, a
Year’s Eve snowstorm to a show in Ohio. Zubin Mehta. Arts Center in Fort Pierce. Under comedy whodunit, looks to be a satis-
the batons of Dr. John Southall fying way to start off the holiday sea-
“Lost Highway” opened off-Broadway from Strauss’ earlier works. Tickets are and Dr. Dale Rieth, the variety son. Show times are Thursdays, Fri-
just before New Year’s Day 2002, the 50th $39 to $129. Curtain is 8 p.m. concert will showcase the IRSC days and Saturdays, 8 p.m.; Sundays, 2
anniversary of Hank Williams’ death. In “Company” singers, perform- p.m. Tickets are $25. 
Vero, the Hank Williams revue runs almost 2 Filled to the brim with some of ing choreographed interpretations of
to the day of the anniversary of the death the greatest music ever written select literature; and the Jazz Ensem-
of Jason Edwards, the actor and director of for Broadway, “A Seat at the Matinee: ble, featuring student soloists. For a
last year’s “Ring of Fire,” at Riverside. Ed- Broadway at its Best,” will be present- more close-up-and-personal view,
wards, who died of a heart attack on the ed by the Stuart Community Concert video cameras will be “live streaming”
day he was scheduled to fly home from Band this Sunday at the Kane Center. individual performers on big screens
Vero, had worked with many in the “Lost (See Shelley Koppel’s story on Page B5 throughout the concert. Tickets are
Highway” cast and crew, including with its for more.) You’ll find yourself hum- $15. Show times are this Thursday
co-author Randal Myler. The show’s sub- ming along softly or keeping time on and Friday at 7 p.m.; and Saturday at
ject served to point out the poignancy of your knee to a few, or maybe all, of 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Then, next Thursday,
Edwards’ own talent prematurely silenced, Friday and Saturday at the McAlpin,
and I heard several in the audience note enjoy a concert of stirring, patriotic
the sad coincidence. music to honor those who have served
in the Armed Forces, as the Indian Riv-
Like Edwards, the actor/musicians in er State College Symphonic Band and
such biographical revues often perform in members of the Port St. Lucie Com-
the same shows again and again, perfect- munity Band present “An American
ing the style of the eras they portray. As
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‘Out of Darkness’ walkers target suicide prevention Focus will be LGBTQ+ at
upcoming Forum on Race
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent give donations. are about 121 deaths by suicide a day in Relations and Inclusion
It’s also an educational event. the United States. The AFSP reports that
Few have gotten through life without “I have some nonprofit community men accounted for about 70 percent of The City of Port St. Lucie’s award-win-
knowing someone who died by suicide. deaths by suicide in 2015. Among them, ning Forum on Race Relations & Inclusion
partners that’ll be there with display ta- those in middle-age years, 45 to 64, had will continue with a panel discussion fo-
This Saturday in Tradition, people will bles,” Iannotti explained. the highest rate of death by suicide. cusing on issues surrounding the LGBTQ+
have a chance to do something about The rate of deaths by suicide in that age community.
the 10th leading cause of premature But, the other purpose for the walk is group increased from less than 15 for ev-
death in the United States. “we want people to come out and know ery 100,000 in 2000 to almost 20 today. The event titled “LGBTQ+: Valuing and
they’re a part of a club they never want- In that time, there have been increases Respecting Our Differences” will be Tues-
The Treasure Coast Out of the Dark- ed to be in,” Iannotti said. in the rate of deaths by suicide in every day, Nov. 14, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the
ness Walk will be at Tradition Square age group except for those under the age Port St. Lucie Civic Center, 9221 SE Civic
from 8 a.m. to noon. “I usually have a The survivors’ club. Those who’ve lost of 20. Center Place. Those who wish to attend are
little over 200 people there,” said coordi- friends and loved ones to suicide. asked to RSVP at www.cityofpsl.com/frri.
nator Christine Iannotti. The conventional wisdom in sui- The event is free, and refreshments will be
“My sister, three years ago in Novem- cide-prevention circles is that those ex- served.
The walk itself is reasonable for most ber, took her life,” Iannotti said. periencing suicidal ideation usually of-
– it goes around Lake Tradition, which is fer clues to at least some people, and the This will be a discussion for all ages, with
about a mile. However, Iannotti said that Iannotti’s sister didn’t fit many stereo- best antidote is asking, “Are you thinking a focus on issues facing LGBTQ+ youth and
folks don’t have to walk to attend Out of types people have about death by sui- about hurting yourself?” young adults. LGBTQ+ stands for lesbian,
the Darkness. cide. It’s often seen as a youth problem. gay, bi-sexual, transgender and queer (or
There’s no registration for the walk. At questioning). The plus refers to other labels
“I try to do things for people who can- But, Iannotti’s sister was 66 and didn’t press time, organizers report the Trea- that have been identified, such as asexual,
not walk,” she said. have a visible lifelong struggle with men- sure Coast Out of the Darkness Walk intersex or intergender.
tal-health issues, such as depression. has raised about $10,000, about half as
For example, the Relayer Band will She did have a catastrophic illness in the much as previous years. Iannotti said In November 2016, a daylong event was
be on hand with its mix of high-energy months before her death, and that’s of- the recent rash of destructive hurricanes held at the Civic Center with a variety of
music. “They play everything,” Iannotti ten a risk factor for death by suicide. seems to have absorbed a lot of dona- breakout sessions on topics including, race
said. tion dollars. and ethnicity, fair and impartial policing
“I think (her death by suicide) was and LGBTQ+. The city decided to pursue
There will also be a dance team. because she was taking a lot of medica- For more about death by suicide and another panel discussion on LGBTQ+ is-
“They’re called the Wild Roses,” Ian- tions,” Iannotti said. “She was sick with prevention, visit www.afsp.org.  sues as a result of conversations that began
notti said. “They do line dancing.” cancer and was taking a lot of medica- at the Forum last year.
The Out of Darkness walk has three tions. I think it messed with her head.”
aims. One is fundraising, of course. “The
walk itself – it’s a free event,” Iannotti The American Foundation for Sui-
said. But walkers are urged to raise and cide Prevention, which the annual walk
raises money to support, reports there

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“There is a significant, but hidden, SCHOOL COUNSELORS MEET MANUFACTURERS

LGBTQ+ community in St. Lucie County

that continues to be the target of harass-

ment and discrimination,” said Jerome

Post, Port St. Lucie’s human resources di- The Economic Development Council of business and his need for quality workers of manufacturing jobs pay well and have great
St. Lucie County (EDC) and the Treasure all kinds.
rector, who leads the dity’s Diversity Com- Coast Manufacturers Association (TCMA) benefits. They are a fantastic option for stu-
introduced 15 high school guidance coun- “We not only build boats, we build things
mittee. “The LGBTQ+ youth face particular selors from St. Lucie Public Schools to some that go into boats,” said Deal, explaining dents who are not college-bound.”
of the county’s most prominent manufac- that the company employs a wide variety
hardships with lack of resources and family turers last week. of workers to do programming, account- “It was great to see the counselors tour-
ing, sewing and upholstery, lamination,
rejection that result in poverty, substance The inaugural School Counselor Tour hanging motors and much more. “The ing our local manufacturers. Several of
showcased the wide variety of rewarding ca- three Qs are the biggest thing for us,” he
abuse and homelessness. There are re- reers in manufacturing available to their stu- said. “We are a quality company with quali- them had no idea the careers that these lo-
dents right here at home. The group visited ty people building quality products. We are
sources and allies in the community that A-1 Roof Trusses, Phoenix Metal Products, looking for the three As – attitude, aptitude cal companies have to offer their students.
Maverick Boat Group, D&D Welding and Ad- and attendance.” Deal said Maverick Boat
can assist, but residents need to know how vanced Machine & Tool. Group will train workers who demonstrate What an eye-opening experience for them,”
the three As.
to access them.” “The work these people do is incredibly said Tammy Roncaglione, CenterState Bank
important and has a powerful impact on “I think this tour opened the counselors’
The event’s panel is scheduled to include students’ lives for decades,” said Scott Deal, eyes to a lot of good, local career possibilities St. Lucie County community president and
CEO and founder of Maverick Boat Compa- for their students that they weren’t aware
students from Indian River State College, ny in Fort Pierce. Deal said he appreciated of,” said Jill Marasa, EDC vice president, founding member of TCMA.
the counselors taking time to learn about his business retention and expansion. “These
Nathan Bruemmer, executive director of Korissa Diaz, counselor at Performance

ALSO Youth, and presenter for Equality Based Preparatory Academy, a public al-

Florida, and Cassandra Novalien, minority ternative high school in Fort Pierce, agreed

AIDS coordinator at the Florida Depart- wholeheartedly with Marasa. “I kept think-

ment of Health. ALSO, which stands for Ad- ing, as we were going through the different

vocacy, Leadership, Support and Outreach, businesses, what an untapped resource this

is a community center focusing on out- is,” said Diaz. “I’ve lived in St. Lucie Coun-

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IRSC events have ‘International’ flavor

Indian River State College invites pus. The focus will be “The Digital All ears!
students and the public to attend Economy in the United States.” The
free activities celebrating Interna- event is sponsored by the Center for Electra Bailey reads to Chuckie and his handler, Nicole Arndt, of the Loxahatchee Animal Rescue Community at Renaissance
tional Education Week on Nov. 7-9. Applied Economics, Community Se-
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Nations, as students march down The college’s annual Veterans Pan-
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NOVEMBER 10 Meet the Early Bird Hike. St. Lucie 18 Wise Owl Hike. St. Lucie County’s ruses serenade the group as we walk along the
County’s Environmental Resourc- Environmental Resources Depart- preserve’s marshes. This site, replete with a
4 The Great Outdoors. Girl Scouts of rich human and natural history, changes into
Southeast Florida will host The Great es Department continues offering guided hikes ment continues offering guided hikes through an ethereal night-time world for us to explore
Outdoors in partnership with Kolter Homes. and to help us gain a better understanding of
GSSEF invites you to enjoy the outdoors and through May. From 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. at Indian May. From 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Spruce Bluff the ecosystem and inhabitants. For more in-
learn more about Girl Scouts. At this free open formation, please visit www.slchikes.org, call
house-style event, you’ll have the opportunity Hills Recreation Area, 52 Savannah Road, Fort Preserve, 611 SE Dar Lane, Port St. Lucie. Owls 772-462-2526.
to meet your local Girl Scout Council and learn
more about the outdoors as you explore the na- Pierce. Before work or the start of your busy rule the night at this preserve. The calls of resi-
ture preserve at one of two great Kolter Home
properties. Grab some of your best friends and day, take the opportunity to be serenaded by dent Screech and Barred Owls will greet guests
head out to one of Kolter’s beautiful properties
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to be a Girl Scout! Girl Scout membership dues
are $40 per girl and $25 per adult annually. This ea’s resident and migrant song birds. We’ll be
event is open to all registered and non-regis-
tered girls and their families. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. out early to spy on the feathered residents of
at Canopy Creek, 5412 SW Blue Daze Way, Palm
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Seme at 561-402-4781.
plant life which sustains some of our favorite First course:
4 Farmer’s Market. Marina Square, His-
toric Downtown Fort Pierce. Enjoy a pollinators – butterflies. This is an opportu- Choice of: Soup of the day,
relaxed, riverside setting with live music while House Salad or Caesar Salad
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34 Class for new 99 Smack or switch Babe
Americans: abbr. add-on 15 Oboist’s need successor
36 Sport with belts 102 Feathered giant 16 Freak out 89 Bunnies’ boss
37 Water-diluted rum 103 Cut in a certain 18 Orioles’ home 91 School break
40 Drops on your way 21 Exaggerated kiss 92 Overact
head? 105 With 110 Across, sound 93 French painter
43 Four-legged body- what laundromats 22 Make ___ (display
surfers affect? one’s anger Raoul
47 Stick around 109 Maker of the loudly) 95 Checks out
49 Folks who are arcade game 23 Norma McCorvey,
serious Missile Command in a famous court books?
about cleaning? 110 See 105 Across case 96 One behind the
52 Bordeaux buddy 111 Lacks 31 ___ feat (quite an
53 Lead paint 112 With Kan, a dog accomplishment) wheel: abbr.
monitor: abbr. food 33 Come before 97 Trompe l’___
54 Sticker numbers 113 Like Amahl 35 Speaker, in Latin 98 Alaskan cruise
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56 Composer 115 McCourt Lon Chaney sights
Khachaturian bestseller, 38 Word of apology 100 Greek weights
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front of U 116 Company 41 “Poor People’s 103 “So funny I forgot
58 Less risky March”
59 Heavy, as dump leader of 1968 to laugh”
trucks 42 They, in Nantes 104 Landing guesses,
60 She put on a 44 Lose on purpose
happy face 45 Sampras, for one briefly
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48 Clock info 107 Thanksgiving fare
49 Historically 108 Four, on some old
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TEXTBOOK DEFENSE FOR ALL PLAYERS NORTH
Q 10 4
Eli Broad, the only person to build two Fortune 500 companies in different industries WEST 10 7 6 2 EAST
(KB Home and SunAmerica), said, “How absurd that our students tuck their cellphones, J962 A J 10 8 2 A75
BlackBerrys, iPads and iPods into their backpacks when they enter a classroom and pull 94 A Q83
out a tattered textbook.” Do you agree? 3 KQ75
J 10 7 6 4 3 SOUTH 982
The result in this week’s deal rested primarily on South’s play at trick one. This K83
depended on his reading of West’s diamond-three opening lead. Was that a singleton AKJ5
or low from length with an honor in the suit? 964
KQ5
Suppose declarer judges it to be from length and plays low from the board. How should
the defenders continue from there? Dealer: South; Vulnerable: North-South

North might have raised one no-trump to three no-trump in the hope that his club ace The Bidding:
would help shore up that suit. Here, that would have worked well. But using Stayman
could hardly be called an error. SOUTH WEST NORTH EAST OPENING
1 NT Pass 2 Clubs Pass
After East takes the first trick, he should return the diamond seven (or, even better, 2 Hearts Pass 4 Hearts All Pass LEAD:
his other honor!), a suit-preference signal telling partner that he has an entry card in 3 Diamonds
spades. West will ruff, shift to a spade and receive a second ruff to defeat the contract.

With this layout, if South wins the first trick with dummy’s diamond ace, he then has to
guess the trump suit as well. The normal play would be: heart to the ace, club to the
ace, heart to the jack. Here, as you can see, that works swimmingly.

What about Broad’s comment? In some ways, I agree, but children should not be
allowed to use calculators to do math.

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