Hunt for brazen robbers
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County tourism is up Sweet ‘Sights & Sounds’
New bed-tax revenue record Ft. Pierce event ‘Second’ to none
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Jobs corridor Heathcote’s holiday magic ... In search of
infrastructure yet another
now a priority city attorney
BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer PHOTO: ANTHONY INSWASTY BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer
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Rinaldo Pagnucco rests on a bench overlooking one of the light displays at this year’s Heathcote
Clean water, recreational op- Botanical Gardens ‘Garden of Lights’ celebration. This is the fourth year of the event at the Fort The City of Port St. Lucie has
portunities and job growth top Pierce gardens, and will run until Dec. 29. For more photos, see Page B10. gone through four city attorneys
the Port St. Lucie City Council’s in four years. The current one, who
priorities, based on the council’s will have headed the legal depart-
recently crafted list to be present- ment a year this February, will be
ed to state officials during the up- leaving just as soon as the city can
coming legislative session. hire his replacement.
Water and recreation – namely, Interim City Attorney Jim Stokes
the McCarty Ranch and River- declined the city’s offer to become
walk projects – remain the city’s the permanent city attorney – a
top two, having been on the list post that pays $200,000 annual-
last year. New to the list is a re- ly – citing his inability to cover the
quest for support of new infra- needs of Port St. Lucie and his oth-
structure in the jobs corridor, er legal responsibilities.
commonly referred to as the Tra-
dition Center for Commerce. Stokes also serves as city at-
torney for the City of Sebastian in
“It’s taking off. It’s got poten- Indian River County, and provides
tial. Now we just need a little a legal assistance to other cities and
push,” Councilman John Carvelli also has his own practice.
said during a recent discussion
He told the Port St. Lucie City
CONTINUED ON PAGE A4 Council Monday night that he
KATHARINE THE GREAT WHITE SHARK RETURNS TO OUR WATERS CONTINUED ON PAGE A8
BY SUE COCKING | Staff Writer to a satellite and then downloaded to Impact ‘sisterhood’
making a difference
Along with the annual winter mi- OCEARCH computers. The organiza-
BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer
gration of snowbirds to the Treasure tion posts her tracks, along with those [email protected]
Coast, another repeat visitor just of numerous other sharks and marine In just a few more months, new-
ly formed Impact 100 St. Lucie will
arrived: Katharine the Great White animals around the world, on its web- award its inaugural $100,000 grant
to an organization. That grant –
Shark. site ocearch.org. large as it is – will be transforma-
tional, per Impact 100’s mission.
Katharine, who is more than 14 Katharine – named for Cape Cod
But these ladies have a bigger
feet long and weighs 2,300 pounds, native Katharine Lee Bates who wrote goal in mind.
popped up about 30-40 miles off Mel- “America the Beautiful” – has attract- CONTINUED ON PAGE A11
bourne on Nov. 23, Black Friday, then ed a large group of admirers over the
surfaced three times about 30 miles OCEARCH scientists implant Katharine the great white shark with a satellite tag. 36,000 miles she has travelled in the
off Hutchinson Island on Nov. 28. past five years. With more than 56,000
Her whereabouts are tracked by a satel- group OCEARCH when it caught her off Cape Twitter followers at @Shark_Katharine, she is
lite tag she wears on her dorsal fin that was Cod in Massachusetts in 2013. Whenever she especially popular in Florida, where she has
implanted by the nonprofit ocean advocacy surfaces, her location is beamed from the tag CONTINUED ON PAGE A3
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KATHARINE THE SHARK them aboard the ship on a platform that ocean – all in about 15 minutes. Atlantic past Bermuda may indicate
can be raised and lowered into the water. They’ve learned a lot in the past decade she was pregnant. And Katharine’s
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 trips to Florida in winter and spring
While pumping fresh sea water through from Katharine and her shark colleagues, don’t actually mean she’s a snow-
made several trips to both the Atlantic and the sharks’ gills, the fishermen and scien- according to Dr. Robert Hueter, senior sci- bird seeking warm waters; instead,
Gulf regions. tists work with the speed and efficiency entist at Sarasota’s Mote Marine Laborato- she likely is feeding on right whales
of an Indy pit crew – implanting satellite, ry, who serves as OCEARCH’s chief science that migrate through the area, along
She spent several months swimming acoustic and accelerometer (speed and ori- advisor. with large fish such as tunas.
around the Space and Treasure coasts in entation) tags; taking DNA and blood sam-
2017, and in 2014, she pinged about a quar- ples; conducting ultrasound examinations For example, Hueter said, Katharine’s Hueter said scientists are still try-
ter-mile off Sebastian Inlet. Along the way, of females suspected to be pregnant; and forays around Nova Scotia and Newfound- ing to figure out where white sharks
she dished about her journeys and marine then releasing the animals back into the land show that area is important to big fe- mate; they found and tagged 20
conservation topics on social media. males. Her track out into the far Western pups recently off Long Island, New
“The people of Florida seem to be
demonstrating you can have an informed, Besides the scientific contribu-
respectful relationship with white sharks,” tions of Katharine and her friends,
OCEARCH founder Chris Fischer said. Hueter notes the goodwill they’ve
spread among humans. “Now peo-
Fischer, 50, of Park City, Utah – a lifelong ple are rooting for them,” he said.
recreational angler, former television fish-
ing show host, and married father of three – Since its inception, OCEARCH
formed his nonprofit in 2007 after learning has conducted 33 ocean expedi-
from shark scientists that populations of tions with 174 researchers from
the apex predators were in trouble, a trend 90 institutions around the world.
that put the health of oceans worldwide in Expeditions, which usually last
peril. about three weeks, cost about
$25,000 per day. But Hueter said
“As they go, so goes the system,” Fischer ship time is free to scientists, the costs
said. “They balance the system. If you don’t underwritten by corporate sponsors and
get things rolling the right way, then our private donors.
kids don’t eat fish sandwiches.” All data generated is open-source; the
public has access everything, anytime.
So Fischer and his crew began tagging Teachers in Florida and everywhere else
great white sharks for scientists aboard their are invited to incorporate OCEARCH’s work
118-foot research ship M/V OCEARCH. The into their STEM classes (science, technol-
aim is to learn as much as possible about ogy, engineering, mathematics). “We give
the animals’ life history – where they travel, away the data,” Fischer said. “We’re includ-
feed, mate and give birth. ing the world in the journey.”
The crew catches the sharks on heavy
fishing lines from small tenders and brings
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FOR PETE’S SAKE! 100-YEAR-OLD VET FETED PHOTOS: LINDA THIBEAULT
Veterans Dick Ramsey and Michael Samodi look on as Pete Peterson, a 20-year Air Force veteran, signs a
bottle of 150-year old bourbon to mark Peterson’s 100th birthday during a celebration with veterans and
members of Honor Flight last Saturday at Legacy Club in St. Lucie West. At right, Peterson thanks the
crowd following an introduction by veterans advocate Dr. Shamsher Singh.
CITY COUNCIL PRIORITIES could help the city develop the jobs corri- need for improvements there due to the ex- school, not developing the site.
dor even faster. Doing so would help Port tension of Crosstown Parkway. Also included in the Top 3 was further
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 St. Lucie divest itself of properties on which
it is paying various fees and taxes. Carvelli and Oravec disagreed, noting support for the Riverwalk Park project,
on the priorities list. Though there are that Village Green would fall into the “re- which is expected to include a waterfront
many other items that will eventually be The city has already approved funding a vitalization” category instead of new eco- restaurant, a boardwalk along the river,
presented to state legislators, the council road that would secure one manufacturer in nomic development. The city is already public space and a historic village.
agreed to a Top 3, noting that legislators the area. And it has had enticed City Electric seeking federal grant funding to address
probably won’t read much farther than and Oculus Surgical to move into the jobs Village Green’s needs. Both it and a request for funds for the
that in the packet. corridor, located south of Tradition Parkway McCarty Ranch stormwater project were
between Village Parkway and Interstate 95. Another suggestion floated included presented to the state legislators last year.
Carvelli, who originally wanted to keep seeking infrastructure dollars for the pro- In the aftermath of the fatal shooting at a
the list untouched, fell in line with Mayor The city received funds previously through posed career-technical charter school, high school in Parkland, Florida, the bulk of
Gregory Oravec, who floated the idea of re- a governor-allocation for help with the Tradi- which also would be located within the jobs state funding was redirected to school safety
placing a second water quality project with tion Center for Commerce. Councilwoman corridor. Carvelli said the state might sup- rather than to individual proposed projects.
the jobs corridor infrastructure. Jolien Caraballo questioned whether the city port such a project because of its tie-in with
could or should expect funding for the same jobs and economic development. The Port St. Lucie City Council decided
Oravec told his fellow council members project a second time around. to keep the two on the list, confident that
that asking the state for funds to help install Though Oravec concurred the school – barring another shortage of funding due
roads, water lines and other necessities Instead, she suggested the city add Vil- would have that tie-in, he said the city to tragedy – the state would see the value of
lage Green to the priorities list, given the would only be providing the land for the the projects.
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HILLCREST MEMORIAL GARDENS POLICE HUNT FOR 3 SUSPECTS
IN MIDDLE-OF-NIGHT HOLDUP
FERNHILL MEMORIAL GARDENS The Port St. Lucie Police Department with a white T-shirt over it, blue den-
is continuing its hunt for three suspects im shorts with rips on the front and
Celebration lives who not only held up a Circle K store, but compression shorts underneath, black
also a customer who chose the wrong sneakers with white soles, and a gray hat.
with time to enter the store last week.
Suspect 2: Thin black male approxi-
AYCOCK FUNERAL HOMES The Circle K located in the 700 block of mately 6 feet to 6-feet-3 tall, with beard
NW Airoso Boulevard was robbed shortly and mustache, wearing green hooded
The Dignity Memorial professional provider network before 3:30 a.m. Nov. 28. shirt with MIAMI on the front, black
is here to guide you every step of the way jeans with rips, and black sneakers.
The three suspects entered the store
Our professional, experienced and dedicated and circled around. One revealed he had Suspect 3: Thin black male approxi-
staff provides exceptional, compassionate care a handgun, displaying it to one of the mately 6 feet tall, with long goatee, wear-
to families at a difficult time in their lives. store’s clerks as another suspect went be- ing black hooded shirt with camouflage
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traditions, personal photographs to favorite That suspect, accord-
reading & songs ing to police, took mon- skull on the back, gray pants and white
ey, lotto tickets and car- sneakers.
tons of cigarettes. During
the robbery, a customer Anyone with information pertaining
came into the store. to the case is encouraged to contact the
Port St. Lucie Police by calling Det. Chris
The customer was or- Bentley at 772-873-6524 or remain anon-
dered to the ground and ymous by calling Treasure Coast Crime
was robbed of his wallet, Stoppers at 1-800-273-TIPS.
phone and keys, police
said. – STAFF REPORT
After the robbery, all
three suspects fled the
store on foot, heading
east on NW Airoso Boulevard toward NW
St. James Boulevard, according to police.
No injuries were reported.
Police are looking for the suspects, who
on the basis of surveillance camera foot-
age, were described as follows by police:
Suspect 1: Thin black male approx-
imately 5-feet-6 to 5-feet-8 tall, with a
mustache, wearing gray hooded shirt
AYCOCK FUNERAL HOMES CITY ATTORNEY Morgan said she believed there were
qualified candidates already serving in the
PORT ST LUCIE, FLORIDA CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 City Attorney’s Office. “We have consisten-
cy,” she said. “We have cohesiveness in the
Aycock at Tradition NEWEST LOCATION would be willing to stay on as a consultant attorney’s office. It’s going smooth.”
Life Celebration Center Aycock at Tradition until such time as his replacement can be
hired. For her part, Caraballo said she could see
Port St. Lucie Life Celebration Center the merits of both a national and an internal
Both Mayor Gregory Oravec and Vice search. The path the council takes could be
772-618-2336 SW Tradition Lakes Blvd. Mayor Shannon Martin were absent from decided at the Dec. 10 meeting, which starts
CrSeWekStWoanyy the Monday meeting. Neither provided com- at 7 p.m. “The best person should shake
Floresta Drive SW Stony Creek Way SW Tradition Lakes Blvd. SW Keating Dr. ment to be read into the record for discus- out,” Carvelli said. He explained that a na-
1504 SE Floresta Drive SW Hartwick Dr. sion. Instead, the remaining three Council tional search would not preclude local can-
Tradition Pkwy. SW Stony Creek Way SW Elsinore Dr. members – Mayor Pro Tem Jolien Caraballo, didates from applying and going through
Port St. Lucie Tradition Pkwy. John Carvelli and Stephanie Morgan – dis- the process.
cussed what should be done to fill the post.
772-878-0049 The Port St. Lucie City Council hired
Ultimately, they decided to postpone a professional recruiting firm Baenziger &
Fernhill Memorial decision until next week’s council meeting, Associates in 2016 to find a new city attor-
Gardens, Stuart when they expect the full panel to be on hand. ney. That search yielded Stokes, who was
772-283-6246 brought on board last February. The terms
“This is very important,” Morgan said. She of the contract were such that if the recruit
Aycock Funeral Home added that it requires having Oravec’s and did not remain for two years, the firm would
Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Martin’s input before moving forward. again provide its services.
Fort Pierce Still, the three council members voiced Per the terms of the contract, the only
their own opinions on how the city should fees charged to the city would be for reim-
772-461-8912 proceed. Carvelli, while praising Stokes for bursement of Colin Baenziger’s cost. No
having built a strong team within the City At- estimate was provided. The city previously
torney’s Office, suggested that Port St. Lucie hired the firm for $24,500, a cost the city
cast a nationwide net to search for a new city could expect to pay again if it were to seek a
attorney. “I don’t want to rush this, I can tell different recruiter.
you that,” Carvelli said.
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IN LOVING MEMORY of 44 years, John Koplin Gates; her daugh- Lake Worth, Fla., in the late 1950s, before
ter, Carly Lynn Gates (Michael O’Neal) of relocating to Hawaii. In 1994 Susan settled
LAURA LYNN CONDY GATES, 65 A lifeguard and competitive swimmer, West Palm Beach, Fla.; her sister Sharon Ann back in Florida on The Treasure Coast for
Formerly of Port St. Lucie she graduated from Fort Pierce Central High Nungester (Ronald Nungester) of Berwyn, good.
School in 1971 and the University of Florida Pa.; and her brothers, Bruce Ian Condy of
Our favorite mermaid, Laura Lynn Condy (UF) in 1975 where she earned her Bachelor Port St. Lucie and Neil James Condy (Sara Susan worked in retail for many years, re-
Gates, 65, formerly of Port St. Lucie, passed of Science in Nursing. Stout) of West Palm Beach. tiring very recently from Boar’s Head due to
away peacefully while surrounded by family failing health. She ran Port St. Lucie Cancer
members near and dear to her heart. While at UF, she met the love of her life, SUSAN M. MacPHERSON, 75 Group and was a grief counselor for Grace
John, whom she married in 1974. After grad- Port St. Lucie Church in Port St. Lucie.
She was born in New York, N.Y., to lov- uation, she relocated to Fort Pierce, where
ing parents William James Condy and she worked at Fort Pierce Memorial Hospital Susan M. MacPherson, 75, of Port St. Luc- Survivors include her daughter, Teri
Margaret Ann Pfeifauf Condy, who wisely and for a local urologist until she voluntarily ie passed away Nov. 27 at Tradition Medical Shoemaker (Mark) of Port St. Lucie; son, Da-
moved the family to Port St. Lucie, in 1961 sacrificed her career to be a devoted mother Center in Port St. Lucie. vid Maldon (Julie) of Jonesborough, Tenn.;
so Laura and her siblings could play out- to her daughter in 1981. grandsons, Colton Shoemaker-Howard
side year-round. Susan was born to the late John B. and El- (Clinton) of Port St. Lucie, and Connor Shoe-
She is survived by her beloved husband eanor Nafis (nee Ehlers) in Mineola, N.Y. maker (Jessica) of Olympia, Wash.; sister-in-
law, Susie MacPherson; along with many
She grew up in New York and moved to nieces, nephews, and friends.
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A NEW OPTION IS FLOATED FOR
DODGERTOWN GOLF PROPERTY
BY RAY McNULTY | Staff Writer Baseball, and the city gets the tax revenues PHOTO: LINDA THIBEAULT
Earlier this fall, when contemplating Battle of the Renaissance men
the fate of the former Dodgertown Golf Club “It’s a win-win for everyone.”
property, Vero Beach City Council members Well, almost everyone: Based on the Herbert Richards and Kelcee Mai of Renaissance Charter School at Tradition
rejected a $2.4 million offer from the county scene at its Oct. 2 meeting, when it spent try to keep the ball away from Charles Cook, a sixth-grade science teacher at
and a $2.43 million bid from a developer. four hours discussing the sale of the golf- Renaissance Charter School of St. Lucie West during a rivalry match last Friday.
course property, the council can expect The St. Lucie West side scored a 4-3 victory.
Instead, they chose a third option: They strong opposition from the Keep Vero Vero
voted to keep the land. crowd that wants to preserve the 35-acre the parcel and building an urban market that the county to use up to 500 spaces on the
parcel as open space. would include a hotel, restaurants and office golf-course property to accommodate over-
Now, City Councilman Val Zudans has Also, county officials are still pushing to space, all in a park-like setting in which more flow parking for big-crowd events at Historic
floated a fourth option – one he believes will purchase the land so they can be absolutely than 40 percent of the property would be Dodgertown; and the county signing a long-
allow proposed commercial development to sure of meeting the aforementioned parking green space. term lease with the city to use the two park-
proceed while also satisfying Major League demands in their handshake agreement with ing lots on the north side of Aviation Bou-
Baseball, which won’t agree to take over His- Major League Baseball, which, if the deal is Zudans said his fourth-option proposal levard and, when needed, the fields on the
toric Dodgertown’s operations unless the finalized, would sign a long-term lease with would allow the city to sell the land to Hul- Vero Beach Regional Airport property with
county guarantees enough parking for big- the county and succeed former Los Angeles bert and Borcheller, as long as they agreed in shuttle service to Historic Dodgertown.
crowd events – which ownership of the golf Dodgers owner Peter O’Malley in running writing to provide 500 parking spaces when
club property would provide. the iconic sports complex. Major League Baseball needs them. Brown said he hoped to present to the
“One of the requirements of the deal with County Commission a finalized lease agree-
“I’d like to explore getting the city, coun- Major League Baseball is that the county The developers already have said public- ment with Major League Baseball this
ty and the developer together and come up must provide 2,000 parking spaces for the ly they would provide the overflow parking month.
with a more comprehensive solution that big Holman Stadium events, so we’ll need sought by Major League Baseball and, at the
satisfies everyone,” Zudans said Sunday. “I access to that property,” County Admin- council’s request, agreed to remove the resi- O’Connor said negotiating a parking deal
see the value in Major League Baseball com- istrator Jason Brown said. “We’re OK if the dential construction in their initial plans. with the county could involve the city de-
ing to Vero Beach and the impact it can have city wants to hold onto it, because we have manding a share of the county’s tourism and
on the local economy, and the city doesn’t a parking agreement with them to use the Zudans’ proposal includes: the city and/ hotel tax revenues.
want to mess that up. land when we need it,” he added. “Our re- or developer signing an agreement to allow
quest is that the city doesn’t sell the property
“But there’s a way to accommodate those
needs, using only part of the golf-course to a third party.”
property plus the two city-owned lots on the However, Zudans said he
north side of Aviation Boulevard,” he contin-
checked with City Manag-
ued. “We also might be able to use some of er Jim O’Connor and was
the fields on airport property and run shut- told the parking agreement,
tles back and forth to Historic Dodgertown. which requires no payment
from the county, has no ter-
“That would still allow for the sale and mination date.
development of the golf-course property,”
he added. “So the county would get every- “As I understand it, the
thing it needs to satisfy the parking require- agreement terminates if the
ment on their term sheet with Major League city finds a better use for
the property,” Zudans said. “When the city
bought the property, we weren’t using for
anything, so we let the county use it when it
needed to. But there’s no lease.”
O’Connor said the developer – a part-
nership between Lakeland-based builder
Mark Hulbert and Vero Beach resident Terry
Borcheller – still is interested in purchasing
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IMPACT 100 ST. LUCIE had never before met and probably would 38
never have if not for Impact 100.
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 That’s how many days you have to take advantage of
“We’re becoming a little competitive a limited offering of Membership at The Legacy Golf
Impact 100 St. Lucie has a membership of now,” she said. The upstart St. Lucie chap-
123 at last count and hopes to grow to 200 ter is eyeing both Martin and Indian River in and Tennis Club. Under NEW OWNERSHIP,
before year’s end so that the members can terms of growth. Indian River’s chapter was there is a special TRANSITIONAL MEMBERSHIP
choose two worthy projects to fund. established a decade ago and has 400 mem-
bers. “In 10 years, we can double that,” But- program available to existing members of any
For those unfamiliar with the Impact ler said with confidence. local club who wants to explore the rewards of
100 concept, it’s an organization with sis-
ter chapters nationwide. Locally, there are The competition, Butler said, is a healthy a truly PRIVATE Club experience.
chapters in Indian River and Martin coun- one. She said the St. Lucie chapter is grateful
ties. St. Lucie is the newest one to form. for the assistance it has received from their
sisters. They are “women of light,” she said.
Membership is limited to women only,
who make an annual $1,100 donation. The Despite Impact 100’s adherence to wom-
$1,000 donation is collected for the $100,000 en-only membership, Butler said men are
grant awarded annually. The remaining welcome to support in a non-membership
$100 goes for administrative costs as the or- role. They can sponsor a woman member,
ganization gets settled. donate toward administrative costs, and
otherwise help get the word out about the
Each of the members gets one vote on organization. “We call it a sisterhood – a
the grant finalists. The goal is to have at least women’s movement,” Butler said. “It’s them,
100 members – which funds the $100,000 not their husbands.”
grant. If St. Lucie’s chapter can gain anoth-
er 77 members, it will be able to award two As for the potential recipients of the in-
$100,000 grants. If not, then the runners-up augural Impact 100 award, an organization
for the Impact Award will split the remaining will be selected whose proposed project fits
funds. into one of three categories. Those catego-
ries are: Education and Literacy, Health and
Debbie Butler, co-founder of the St. Lucie Wellness, and Poverty, Homeless Prevention
chapter, got the idea after approaching Im- and Living Wage.
pact 100 Indian River for a grant for a project
she was working on in St. Lucie County. Nonprofit, 501(c)3 organizations are en-
couraged to submit a Letter of Intent to Im-
Butler didn’t get the award but the con- pact 100 St. Lucie no later than Feb. 5. In Jan-
cept of a sisterhood of like-minded women uary, Impact leaders will host a community
helping the community struck her. “It’s a meeting explaining the process and invite
truly transformational organization,” Butler interested groups to learn more.
said. She approached friends and colleagues
and the tiny seed of an idea sprouted into a That meeting has been scheduled for Jan.
full-fledged endeavor. Over the course of a 22 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Indian River
little more than a year, Impact 100 St. Lucie’s State College Treasure Coast Public Safety
membership grew from a meager 10 to more Training Complex, Frank & LeVan Fee Build-
than a hundred. ing, 4600 Kirby Loop Rd., Fort Pierce.
“So many took the leap of faith,” Butler For more information about Impact 100
said of the members, many of whom she St. Lucie, visit the organization’s website at
Please call Kevin Nicholas at 772-466-7888 ext. 103
to arrange a one on one visit to find out more
about this limited time offer.
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COUNTY TOURISM UP AND BED-TAX REVENUE SETS ANOTHER RECORD
BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer Other uses for the bed tax include servic- The Tourist Development Council, which The record-breaking fiscal year end-
[email protected] ing debt as well as paying to market the area oversees the usage of the bed-tax revenues ed Sept. 30, just before red tide struck the
through partnerships. “In the grand scheme and reports to the County Commission, area. To what extent the naturally-occurring
For five years running now, St. Lucie of Florida tourism,” Bireley said, “St. Lucie is has worked to help fund the Treasure Coast algae bloom affected the area’s tourism re-
County has collected a record-breaking still a small destination.” Sports Commission. That organization is mains to be seen.
amount in bed-tax collections – the fees col- tasked with attracting amateur and youth
lected when tourists check into a hotel, mo- She credits the working relationship the athletic events to the area – including ven- Bireley said she has not yet received the
tel or some other short-term rental facility. county has with the statewide agency Vis- ues in Indian River and Martin counties. October data pertaining to hotel occupancy
it Florida for helping to get the word out levels, average daily rates and revenue per
This last year, the county took in more about St. Lucie County, as well as St. Lucie’s Bringing such events to the area means available room, the indicators she studies
than $4.18 million. The 6.1 percent increase partnerships with sister counties Indian more room nights, Bireley said. She ex- to determine the overall health of tourism
over the previous year’s collection is due in River and Martin to help brand and market plained that bringing in one large tourna- in the county.
part to an overall increase in population the Treasure Coast. “We can’t do it without ment could mean more rooms booked at ho-
and general awareness of what St. Lucie has partnering,” Bireley said. tels and the like as more teams participate. Regardless, “the tourism industry is resil-
to offer, according to Charlotte Bireley, di- ient,” she said.
rector of tourism and marketing for St. Luc-
ie County. “We believe this results in more
visits,” she said.
There is a 5 percent tax assessed on hous-
ing rentals less than 6 months in length.
Those rentals include stays at hotels, re-
sorts, RV parks, campgrounds and even pri-
vately-owned vacation rentals.
Proceeds from the so-called “bed tax”
help cover the cost of maintenance at First
Data Field – where the Mets hold spring
training and the St. Lucie Mets play – and
fund capital projects around the county.
Two such capital projects include im-
provements at the Treasure Coast Interna-
tional Airport and creating the Zora Neale
Hurston heritage trail. Currently, no other
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New ‘hydrogel’ makes prostate cancer treatment safer
BY TOM LLOYD | Staff Writer Dr. Hugo Davila. [radiation] and as they progress in the treatment, they
keep increasing the dose.”
Dr. Hugo Davila of Florida Healthcare Specialists is ex- PHOTO: DENISE RITCHIE
cited about a new tool available to treat prostate cancer Increased radiation levels heighten the potential for
– the SpaceOAR hydrogel system by Augmenix. damage to those other nearby organs and internal struc-
tures surrounding the prostate, but in the clinical trial
According to Davila, a Moffitt Cancer Center-trained prior to its FDA clearance, SpaceOAR patients suffered
urologist and robotic surgery specialist, SpaceOAR is a significantly fewer such problems.
synthetic polyethylene glycol hydrogel that is injected
into patients to gently “move” the prostate gland away Or, as the FDA itself put it, “the ability to protect the
from other organs and internal structures – including the rectum [and other structures] from radiation may allow
rectum, the bladder, the penile bulb and the sphincter – for radiation dose escalation to increase cancer kill rates
before beginning external beam radiation treatments to and entail fewer radiation treatment sessions.”
destroy cancer cells inside the prostate.
Indeed, a whopping 65 percent fewer patients experi-
Why? Because the radiation used to kill the prostate enced clinically significant urinary problems when the
cancer cells is powerful and can sometimes damage gel was used and an even more impressive 78 percent
those sensitive tissue structures if they are irradiated maintained their sexual function (erections) three years
along with the cancer. after radiation treatments.
Davila provides an example. “The sphincter is the Statistics like that make the gregarious Davila
door that opens and closes when you want to empty smile broadly. “I’m very happy to be a urologist
your bladder and sometimes that can be affected by ra- because we are a surgical specialty that is always
diation.” looking for new approaches and new techniques
and things that we can provide to our patients to im-
That can lead to a lifetime of incontinence for the pa- prove outcomes and quality of life.”
tient. So, Davila continues, “the idea of the OAR gel is And speaking of new – or, at least, fairly recent – as
simply to move [the prostate] away from the other inter- anyone who was diagnosed with prostate cancer just a
nal structures.” few years ago is doubtless aware, the standard test then
was the Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) test which, it
That’s especially important since, as Davila puts it, turns out, was wildly inaccurate.
urologists are “always looking to improve treatment “Today,” says Davila, “we have many options that pro-
without increasing the side effects,” but as procedures vide a better assessment of prostate cancer than the PSA.
change, precautions must also change. One of them is the 4Kscore. It’s a blood test that has al-
lows us to identify even better the patients who are at risk
“One of the things that radiation oncologists are doing
now is what we call the hyper-fragmentated radiation
treatments,” Davila explains. “They start with low dose
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for having prostate cancer. Another [newer off a piece of the prostate to examine under In Davila’s eyes, the diagnosis and treat- information and choices easier for his pa-
blood test] is called the PHI [or] Prostate a microscope – will also be a thing of the ment of prostate cancer has never been tients to grasp.
Health Index and a third test is the PCA3, past. better with more proven options available.
which is a urine test that allows us to identi- Dr. Hugo Davila is with Florida Healthcare
fy who is at risk of having prostate cancer.” “I think we’ll get to the point where we’ll As an accomplished robotic prostatec- Specialists. He has offices in Vero Beach at
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WORRIED ABOUT FALLS? HERE ARE WAYS TO PREVENT THEM
BY FRED CICETTI Get your bones tested. Your doctor can Wear rubber-soled, low-heeled shoes. fore you move around in the shower. If you
prescribe medications that will make your Always hold the handrails on stairways. are prone to falling, use a shower chair and a
Q. I’m worried about falling. What should bones harder to break. Don’t stand on a chair to get to some- handheld shower attachment.
I do about this? thing. Buy a “reach stick,” a grabbing tool you
Regular exercise makes you stronger can find at many hardware stores. Put night lights and light switches close
Well, first of all, you can’t go around worry- and keeps your joints, tendons and liga- Clear floors where you walk. to your bed.
ments flexible. Weight-bearing exercise such Never carry any package that will ob-
THE HEALTHY SENIOR as walking may slow bone loss from osteopo- struct your view of the next step. Use bright bulbs in your home.
rosis. Mount grab bars near toilets, tubs and Keep your telephone near your bed.
ing about falling or you won’t be relaxed; that showers. During the day, keep a portable phone with
can lead to a fall. So, you should concentrate Alcohol impacts your reflexes and bal- Place non-skid mats, strips or carpet on you so you won’t have to walk to answer it.
on employing techniques to avoid falls and ance. Elaboration is unnecessary. all surfaces that may get wet, especially bath- Tack down all carpets and area rugs.
then don’t let the fear take over your mind. tubs and shower stalls. Close cabinet doors and drawers so you
Get up slowly from lying and sitting to Let the soap suds go down the drain be- won’t run into them.
But a respect for the dangers of falling is avoid feeling light-headed. When it rains or snows, consider using
justified by the statistics. a cane.
Avoid temperature extremes in your Use a shoulder bag, fanny pack or
Among older adults, falls are the leading home; they can make you dizzy. backpack to leave hands free.
cause of injury deaths and the most com- Check curb heights before stepping
mon cause of nonfatal injuries and hospital down.
admissions for trauma. Of all fall-related When entering rooms, look for differ-
fractures, hip breaks cause the greatest num- ences in floor levels.
ber of deaths and lead to the most severe Insure that every room in your home
health problems and reduced quality of life. has a light switch near the entrance.
Practice balancing. Hold onto some-
As we age, the power of our senses, reflex- thing such as a countertop and stand on one
es and coordination diminishes. Maladies leg at a time for a minute. Gradually increase
and the medicines we take for them can the time.
contribute to balance problems. Then there’s Try balancing with your eyes closed. Stand
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screened patio with an in-ground pool. The tennis. There are so many activities offered Year built: 2003
golf course is beyond, but a row of trees and the choice is yours as to whether you “If you are looking for a gorgeous, ex- Construction: CBS
shields the pool and patio so there is plenty join in or stay in your own private retreat. pansive golf view, then this is the house Square footage: 2,197 sq. ft.
of privacy. It’s a great space for entertaining for you,” she said. “This lovingly cared Total square footage: 3,994
or as your own private oasis. Linda MacCormack, agent for Lang Re-
CONTINUED ON PAGE 27 Bedrooms: 2
Flooring: carpet, ceramic tile
Security: manned gate,
in-ground, screened pool, golf
views, furniture negotiable,
complete panel shutters, new
water heater in 2016, new
air-conditioned in 2014, fresh
paint indoors and out
billiards, clubhouse, exer-
cise room, game room, golf
course, library, pool, tennis
Listing brokerage: Lang Realty
Listing price: $399,900
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TRADITION AND ST. LUCIE WEST REAL ESTATE SALES
TOP SALES OF THE WEEK
The final week of November saw 14 single-family residences and lots change hands in the Tradi-
tion and St. Lucie West real estate market (most shown below).
The top sale of the week was the residence at 485 SW Sanctuary Place. First listed in May for
$398,000, this home sold for $360,000 on Nov. 28.
Representing the seller in the transaction was agent Joey Cueto of Keller Williams Realty of Port
St. Lucie. Representing the buyer was agent Tanya McClendon of Bowen Realty, Inc./Port St. Lucie.
SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCES AND LOTS
TOWN ADDRESS LISTED ASKING PRICE SOLD
PORT SAINT LUCIE 485 SW SANCTUARY PLACE 5/5/2018 $398,000 11/28/2018 $320,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 234 NW PLEASANT GROVE WAY 8/13/2018 $329,900 11/29/2018 $320,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 11282 SW APPLE BLOSSOM TRAIL 6/12/2018 $329,000 11/29/2018 $313,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 8327 MUIRFIELD WAY 5/16/2018 $329,000 11/27/2018 $284,900
PORT SAINT LUCIE 6131 NW GINGER LANE 7/11/2018 $295,000 11/28/2018 $275,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 6028 NW WOLVERINE ROAD 6/21/2018 $309,000 11/29/2018 $256,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 662 SW ANDROS CIRCLE 9/14/2018 $264,888 11/29/2018 $225,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 1280 NW BENTLEY CIRCLE B 10/15/2018 $228,000 11/30/2018 $217,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 409 SW JEFFERSON CIRCLE 9/24/2018 $219,900 11/30/2018 $205,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 10040 SW CARDIGAN CIRCLE 1/4/2018 $215,000 11/29/2018 $158,500
SAINT LUCIE WEST 148 SW PEACOCK BOULEVARD 25103 10/11/2018 $159,900 11/30/2018 $129,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 146 SW PEACOCK BOULEVARD 24205 7/12/2018 $139,000 11/28/2018 $98,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 291 SW PALM DRIVE 305 11/3/2018 $106,900 11/26/2018
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HERE ARE SOME OF THE TOP RECENT TRADITION AND ST. LUCIE WEST REAL ESTATE SALES
234 NW Pleasant Grove Way, Port Saint Lucie 11282 SW Apple Blossom Trail, Port Saint Lucie
Listing Date: 8/13/2018 Listing Date: 6/12/2018
Original Price: $329,900 Original Price: $329,000
Sold: 11/29/2018 Sold: 11/29/2018
Selling Price: $320,000 Selling Price: $320,000
Listing Agent: Melissa Conrad Listing Agent: Donald Baetzold
Selling Agent: Atlantic Shores Rlty Expertise Selling Agent: Keller Williams Realty
Elaine MacVean Jaime Szymula
Century 21 All Professional Coldwell Banker/ Res. Real Est
8327 Muirfield Way, Port Saint Lucie 6131 NW Ginger Lane, Port Saint Lucie
Listing Date: 5/16/2018 Listing Date: 7/11/2018
Original Price: $329,000 Original Price: $295,000
Sold: 11/27/2018 Sold: 11/28/2018
Selling Price: $313,000 Selling Price: $284,900
Listing Agent: Ryan Reagan Listing Agent: Carlos Lopez
Selling Agent: Lang Realty Selling Agent: NOT PROVIDED
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Would dropping home-sale appraisals bring back bad old days?
BY KENNETH R. HARNEY | The Washington Post when a loan is not intended to be sold to gov- senting appraisers, says adoption of the plan check on whether the house is priced too high.
ernment-backed investors such as Fannie would represent “a return to the loan pro- Pat Turner, an appraiser active in the
The Trump administration wants to Mae or Freddie Mac, insured by the Federal duction-driven environment seen during the
eliminate professional appraisals on a large Housing Administration (FHA) or guaranteed leadup to the financial crisis, when appraisal Richmond market, told me that if the regu-
number of home-sale transactions – a move by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). and risk management were thrown aside to lators’ goal is to reduce time and costs, they
that critics say could push the country back make more – not better – loans. Apparent- should cut back on the role of “appraisal
toward the see-no-evil days of mortgage The new proposal would increase the management companies,” middlemen who
lending that preceded the housing crash. $250,000 ceiling to $400,000, significantly ly, the nation’s bank regulators have learned add anywhere from 40 percent to 50 percent
expanding the reach of the no-appraisal ap- nothing from that experience.” or more to what the home buyer pays.
Just before Thanksgiving, the administra- proach. The agencies estimate that if their
tion’s top financial regulators – the Federal plan had been in place during 2017, about Ryan Lundquist, an appraiser in Sacra- Management companies are involved
Deposit Insurance Corp., the Federal Re- 214,000 home transactions would have been mento, says the financial regulators’ claim in the majority of new mortgage transac-
serve and the Treasury Department’s Office affected. The median existing home price na- that cost is a motivating factor in their pro- tions; they choose the appraisers for assign-
of the Comptroller of the Currency – issued tionwide in October was $255,400, according posal is bogus. “In reality,” he says, “the ap- ments, review the valuation and send it to
a joint proposal that would make tradition- to the National Association of Realtors, far praisal is one of the least expensive elements their lender clients. When the home buyer
al appraisals unnecessary for many new below the proposed $400,000 threshold. in a transaction, especially when compared is charged $500, Turner says, the apprais-
mortgages originated for less than $400,000. to what loan officers and the banks make.” er may be receiving only $250, while the
Instead of a formal appraisal, these homes Appraisers are reacting to the regulators’ management company pockets the other
would receive an “evaluation” by individuals plan with outrage – not surprising given Yet at the same time, it is one of the most half. Without the middleman, the appraiser
who have no appraisal licenses or certifi- the dent it could leave in their incomes. important for consumers. On a $350,000 might charge $350 – and that is all the buyer
cation and would not be subject to current But appraisers say the issue goes far be- home purchase, a $500 appraisal represents would pay, a $150 saving.
state regulatory oversight requirements that yond money and instead gets to the “safety 0.14 percent of the cost. For a home buyer,
govern appraisers. The evaluators could be and soundness” responsibilities the federal a professional opinion of value serves as a Equally relevant, he says, is that the pres-
an “independent bank employee” or un- agencies have concerning banks and mort- ence of management companies in the
named “third part[ies].” They would, how- gage lenders. Without a truly independent, transaction inevitably adds “days to the
ever, have to be “competent” and possess professional valuation of a home – its inte- whole process.”
“knowledge of the market, location and type rior, exterior and recent comparable sales
of real property being valued.” – the door could be open to more loans on Turner also notes that evaluations typi-
houses with inflated appraisals designed to cally do not involve interior inspections, so
The goal in loosening standards is to low- “hit the number” needed by the lender to the value estimate is missing a crucial set of
er costs and reduce time in home-mortgage close the deal. observations. The house might have serious
transactions, according to the agencies. There interior or structural damage that lowers its
is already an exemption from mandatory ap- James L. Murrett, president of the Apprais- true market value. But if a bank only sees an
praisals for new mortgages less than $250,000 al Institute, the country’s largest group repre- “evaluation” with no interior inspection, it
might well have no clue.
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BY SAMANTHA BAITA | Staff Writer
1 Upshift into holiday high
gear this coming Tuesday,
Dec. 11, when the Lyric presents
“Jane Lynch: A Swingin’ Little
Christmas.” If her name sounds
familiar, that’s because it is: She’s
won Emmys and Golden Globes
portraying the acerbic cheer-
leading coach on the hit TV show
“Glee,” and done a ton of other
TV, film and music performance
work, including, in 2013, making
her Broadway debut in the plum
role of Miss Hannigan in “An-
nie.” Lynch is uber-hip and full of
rhythm and kinetic energy, and
her holiday show features equally
talented pals Kate Flannery and
Tim Davis with the Tony Guerro
Quintet. For nine years, Flannery
played Meredith (the drunk) on
NBC’s hit series “The Office,” and
has a comedy lounge act, the
Lampshades. Davis has toured
with Lynch’s “See Jane Sing” for
three years; and has produced all
six seasons of “Glee”; Lady Gaga’s
2017 Super Bowl halftime show;
and Barbra Streisand’s 2017 con-
cert tour, among others. The Tony
Guerrero Quintet has been a part
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BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer Christmas ...
It’s always a happy holiday season when
local opera singer Lorrianna Colozzo has a Local opera singer plans to ‘relive
concert scheduled. Colozzo has been giv- cherished memories’ at Kane show
ing Christmas concerts for the last 10 years
in Stuart at the Lyric Theatre and the Kane Lorrianna Colozzo. PHOTO COURTESY OF LORRIANNA COLOZZO
Center, and this year the Kane has her for
an evening of “Christmas from the Past with “That’s what music does. It brings back of the greatest songs and get everyone into at this special time of year. She loves to in-
Lorrianna” on Dec. 14. memories.” the Christmas spirit,” she said. “It’s my favor- voke her special mantra.
ite thing to do. I love the Kane Center. It’s an
Colozzo has long been a Treasure Coast Occasionally, Colozzo has featured her intimate venue and you don’t need bells and “I’m doing what I love, where I live,” she
favorite. She received her bachelor’s degree daughter in her show, but this year, the whistles. Just singing with the piano and in- said. Who could ask for more?
in vocal music from the prestigious Pea- 12-year-old is busy in her own show, “The terpreting the music is what I want for this
body Conservatory in Baltimore and has Wizard of Oz,” at StarStruck. Her son, 2 ½, particular show. We used to do a Sunday Lorrianna Colozzo presents a Christmas
performed with opera companies and in was not quite old enough to be the “Little matinee but now it’s on a Friday evening.” concert Dec. 14 at 7 p.m. at the Kane Center,
concert. Drummer Boy” this time, but who can tell 900 SE Salerno Road, Stuart. Tickets are $30
what next year will bring? For Lorrianna Colozzo, life is just the way for members and $35 for non-members. Pro-
This performance, she said, will be ev- she wants it. She’s busy with her family and ceeds benefit the Council on Aging of Mar-
erybody’s favorite music Christmas music. Colozzo is looking forward to her 10th enjoying the chance to bring the music she tin County. Call 772-223-7800 or visit www.
Choosing the selections for a one-hour show Christmas show, and especially to presenting loves to Treasure Coast audiences, especially kanecenter.org.
was no easy matter. it at the Kane Center. “I’m going to sing some
“We’re going to relive cherished holiday
memories with Christmas songs that became
beloved classics,” she said. “I’ll be featuring
works sung by artists like Rosemary Clooney,
Nat King Cole, Brenda Lee and Bing Crosby.
There will be ‘White Christmas,’ ‘Have Your-
self a Merry Little Christmas,’ and all the great
ones, as well as fun ones like ‘Santa Baby’ and
‘Rockin’ Round the Christmas Tree.’ There
will be classics like ‘O Holy Night.”
In the past, Colozzo has brought along
some friends, but this year, she will be on
stage with her longtime pianist, Brandon
Glick. She doesn’t mind if people are moved
to sing along.
“People love to sing along,” she said.
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Clockwise from top: Klutch, the St. Lucie Mets’ mascot, and the team of baseball elves hand out BY KERRY FIRTH | Correspondent est contingencies was the congregation from Mision
Hispana San Juan Diego, whose members dressed in
candy along the parade route of the Sights & Sounds on Second last Saturday in Fort Pierce; Dr. The City of Fort Pierce, Main Street Fort Pierce and elegant costumes depicting their Spanish heritages,
the citizens of Fort Pierce all take great pride in their including the Aztec Indians, Mexican mariachis and
Shamsher Singh serves as the parade Grand Marshall; and Shirley Lindstadt of the St. Lucie County city, and the Sights & Sounds on Second Festival and marionettes, and beautiful young ladies in their fin-
Parade is their signature showcase event. A full day est quinceanera gowns.
Sheriff’s Office marches with other deputies. PHOTOS: LINDA THIBEAULT of fun was held last Sunday, as families convened to
kick off the holiday season. Shops and restaurants Santa was on the last float to pass the judging stand
were open all day for shopping and dining, and a in front of the huge Christmas tree in the Marina Way
children’s area provided hours of entertainment for roundabout, and he circled back after completing
the youngsters, including visits with Santa, pony the parade route to light the tree. Whistles, cheers
rides, face-painting, special characters and hands- and applause filled the air when the lights came on.
on activities by local businesses. Artisans displayed Magically, all the trees in Marina Square lit up simul-
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of the Southern California jazz scene for BY KERRY FIRTH | Correspondent ing statements using color and form to world for more than two decades. Her
many years. Time: 7 p.m. Tickets: $57. 772- capture the imagination. The complexity hot-glass creations are created using
286-7827. The magic of Christmas was illumi- and brilliance of color is more intense in an innovative technique that involves
nated with a masterful fusion of light glass than in any other medium and Chi- pouring molten glass into sand molds;
2 Perhaps the most iconic of all the be- and color at the opening reception of huly works with old and new techniques much like the ancient tradition of met-
loved Christmas stories is “A Christ- the Masters of Glass exhibition at the to create one-of-a-kind pieces that allow al casting. The results of her process
mas Carol,” in all its iterations, including A.E. Backus Museum in Fort Pierce. The the viewer to experience that synthesis are a variety of mesmerizing forms and
dance. This Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 8-9, exquisite beauty of studio glass by Dale like they never have before. His works shapes that are all unique masterworks.
the South Florida Dance Company will Chihuly, the grand master, and Marlene have exceptional artistic importance
perform “A Christmas Carol” on the Sun- Rose, a Florida based, next generation, and are well represented in private and “We are so blessed to have these two
rise Theatre stage in Fort Pierce. The Com- master will be on display through Dec. public collections around the world. world famous artists showing their mas-
pany will tell the timeless tale of greedy, 30. terful glass creations in the Backus Mu-
bitter, cold-hearted Ebenezer Scrooge, Marlene Rose is based in Clearwa- seum,” said Marshall Adams, executive
who receives a Christmas Eve visit from Dale Chihuly, the world-renowned ter, Florida, and her impressive work director. “This show has been a year in
his former partner, Jacob Marley, return- American glass sculptor, draws inspira- has been shown in galleries around the the making and it’s well worth the wait.
ing from the grave to warn him to change tion from the world around him, creat- We have over 40 inspiring pieces of glass
his ways or suffer the same fate – an eter- on display and the timing during the
nity in chains. After four subsequent visits Christmas season makes it even more
from the spirits of Christmases past, pres- magical. Nothing says ‘Merry Christmas’
ent and future, Scrooge at last understands like the breathtaking display of light
that “the only true treasure in life is found dancing on glass.”
in the relationships we build and the lives
we touch.” The Sunrise calls this Christmas Holiday shoppers looking for unique
show “a must-see performance with pow- gifts will have the opportunity to view
erful dancing, beautiful costumes, mem- the exhibition while discovering every-
orable sets, and show-stopping effects” as thing from Backus-inspired gifts to one-
well as “a beautiful lesson for both young of-a-kind works of art.
and old” at Christmas and all through life.
Times: Saturday – 7 p.m.; Sunday – 3 p.m. Dale Chihuly: Chartreuse Venetian, 1988 copy. Dale Chihuly and Marlene Rose ex-
Tickets: $30 and $35. 772-461-4775. hibition is on view at the A.E. Backus
PHOTO COURTESY OF THE A.E. BACKUS MUSEUM Museum, 500 North Indian River Dr.,
3 “The Midtown Men – Holiday Hits!” Fort Pierce. Regular hours are Wednes-
is coming to the Sunrise this Thurs- day-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday,
day, Dec. 13. The principal cast of the 12 noon to 4 p.m. (closed Monday-Tues-
high-profile Broadway musical “Jersey day, and closed Thanksgiving Day). Ad-
Boys” – Tony winner Christian Hoff, Mi- mission is $5 per person; AARP and AAA
chael Longoria, Daniel Reichard and Tony members, and veterans with appropriate
nominee J. Robert Spencer – has come to- ID receive a $2 discount. Students with
gether as the Midtown Men, in what the school ID, children under 18, active duty
Sunrise promo describes as a “one-of-a- military, and current members are al-
kind concert experience celebrating the ways free. Enjoy free admission the first
music that defined the ’60s.” This powerful Sunday of the month.
vocal foursome wowed Broadway in one of
the biggest hits of all-time: “Jersey Boys,” “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” way’s most highly-acclaimed, Tony-win- box office records week after week and
which logged a 12-year run on Broadway plus their renditions of the great rock and ning smash hits, “Hello, Dolly!” opens a garnered critical raves. “Hello, Dolly!”
and gathered eight Tony noms and four roll hits of the ’60s. Time: 7 p.m. Tickets: “gorgeous new production” at the Kravis runs through Dec.16. Curtain: Tuesday,
Tony Awards, including Best Musical. And $49 and $59. 772-334-3444. this Tuesday, Dec. 11, starring Tony-win- Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
now they’re together again to bring you a ning Broadway legend Betty Buckley as urday – 8 p.m. Wednesday, Saturday and
stocking full of yuletide classics including 4 “Wow, wow, wow, fellas!” Clear Dolly Levi. This new production won Sunday – 2 p.m. Tickets: $28 to $89. 561-
“Winter Wonderland,” “Let It Snow” and those calendars. One of Broad- a Tony for Best Musical Revival, broke 832-7469.
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Stressed? Musical gives drama students a chance to ‘shine’
BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer to download rehearsal scores from Musi- In the spring, the drama department
cal Theater International, which supplies will present “Aladdin Jr.” “It’s exciting,” Pye
Trinna Pye, who heads the drama de-
partment at St. Lucie West Centennial them. “They downloaded the scores on said. “We’ll be doing it in our own little the-
High School, played Lady Macbeth last
summer in the A.C.T. Studio presentation their computers and rehearsed at home,” ater that’s a classroom and a theater. It’s an
of the Shakespearean classic. Clearly, she
doesn’t shy away from challenges. Pye said. “They were ex- opportunity to perform in a
Her students will have a challenge Dec. cited last year (about the more intimate setting. The
14-16, when they present the Stephen
Sondheim musical “Into the Woods.” The show) and students came room will be decorated like
show interweaves several fairy tales from
the Grimm Brothers and Charles Perrault, in for auditions already pre- Agrabah and the audience
and explores their characters and choices
in detail. pared. You could tell they’d will be surrounded by it.”
Relaxation Sold Here! Pye has been at Centennial for eight done the work over the Pye’s links with local
years and stepped into the drama role last
year. Her students will be presenting the summer to prepare for the community theaters have
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Pye noted that her students did a lot “Jack and the Beanstalk,” ‘Into the Woods,’ she said.
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Uplifting comedy won’t let you down at Sunlight Community Church
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent are welcomed to take children of all ages. The 321NE Improv comedy team, from left, Mike Domeny, Carl Crispin and Jeremy Schofield.
Carl Crispin started Improv 321 in
Sunlight Community Church has the Diamond
Christmas cheer – and some serious 2004. The South Florida man teamed up Tea Room &
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a broad range of people in the communi- Crispin told St. Lucie Voice that no two jewelry for that one of a kind person in your life. Or bring
ty,” associate pastor Bill Whitt said. 321 shows are alike. “We do improv com- in a picture of your favorite design or subject and I will make
edy,” he said. “We’re making it up as we it for you. As always, gift wrapping is free.
The shows will be at 5 p.m. and 7:30 go.” Diamond Tearoom & Bistro has a selection of 33 fine teas. We offer something
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regales an audience reciting prepared Whether it’s a power-lunch for ten or a wedding party of 50, Diamond
“There’s no reserved seating; it’s first material – stories and jokes – with slight Tearoom & Bistro offers the perfect, intimate space for you
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is, as the name implies, made up on the
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Bonz looks up to the ‘Great’ Johnny Walker Blue
Hi Dog Buddies! very gray, but it’s called blue. “Woof! That was a Majorly Johnny Walker Blue. PHOTO: BENJAMIN THACKER
“So how’d you find your Forever Family?” Lucky Coincidence. I think it was
This week’s innerview was with a Big (125 “My first Dad was a NAY-burr. Back then, Meant To Be.” “So, whaddya like to eat?”
pounds), Ferocious-Looking pooch, Johnny “Pizza crust! I’m a Daddy’s Boy except
Walker Blue Zoller, a Great Dane/Pit mix. He I’d hang out in the front yard an growl at “Me, too. Totally. I learned the when Mommy’s in the kitchen. Then I’m a
looks like the kinda pooch you’d see workin’ the humans walking by. Of course, I would house rools pretty fast, cuz Dad Mommy’s Boy. If she’s not there at Supper
as a bouncer in the Howlin’ Hound Pub. If he never DO anything, I was just Protecting the knows how to teach stuff so you Time, I nudge her in, an follow her around in
hadn’t Woofmailed me a picksure of himself Perimeter. But, well, I know I can look kinda Never Forget. I know my Bound- case she drops anything. But my absolutely
wearing fluffy bunny ears with pink feathers, scary …” ries and I Never Touch Anything favrite snack is fat-free Fig Newtons!”
I wudda been a liddle appreHENsive. on the Counter. “Fat-free Fig … seriously?”
“You got THAT right,” I inner-jected. “Don’t knock ’em ’til you’ve tried ’em. You
But, as it turned out, Johnny Walker Blue “Anyway, when Mommy an Daddy “Whenever I hafta go outside might be surprised. And, for an Alpo treat,
Zoller is a cool, amiable marshmallow, who walked by (before they knew the Real Me), to Do My Duty, I use my special I do my rooTINE.” Johnny an his Mommy
likes Tummy Rubs. THEY were a liddle scared, too. I always wooo-wooo bark to alert Mom- demonstrated. He Bowed. Sat. An SPOKE!
thought they looked like Very Nice Humans, my and Daddy. After dark, right It was like he had back-up singers. His bark
Him an his Mom, Stephanie, greeted me but I had my Growly Job to do. A few months before bed, I Multi-Task. I do a was so impressive, I dropped my pencil.”
an my assistant, an we got all comftubble. later, Mommy an Daddy were at that big cel- Perimeter Check: walk all the way “That’s a nice big mat you got there. Is
ebration, the Mell-burn Founders Day Fes- around our backyard fence, check that where you sleep?”
“You can call me Johnny,” he said. “My tival, and There I Was, onna leash, hangin’ every nook and cranny to secure “No. I have my own bed in Mommy an
Daddy’s Michael. He’s an Air Force PIE-lut. out with a buncha kids, chill as anything. the household AND, at the same Daddy’s room. But, full disclosure, when
He teaches ROTC, an knows a buncha com- An there was this sign: ‘Free To Good Home.’ time, I potty (No. 1 only), all the Daddy goes to work, I creep in with Mom-
plicated space stuff, called air-uh-not-icks.” Well, Mommy an Daddy almost couldn’t way around.” my.”
buh-LEEVE it was ME. What happened was, Heading home, I was thinkin’ how we all
“Woof!!” my Dad got CAN-ser an hadda move an “That is So Smart!” I told him. should remember not to judge anybody by
“I KNOW! He’s Way Cool Kibbles. I’m a couldn’t take me. He was a good Dad an I “And efficient.” how they look. And wonderin’ if Gramma
Daddy’s Boy. He sometimes lets me wear wish I cudda helped him somehow. might have a fat-free Fig Newton stashed
his dogtags! I can’t wait for him to get home: “Anyway, turns out my Forever Daddy “Thank you, Bonzo! I thought away that I could try.
I grab my Best Bone an run to the door to usta have a pooch who was even huger than of it myself.”
greet him. It’s an o-CAY-shun!” me (Winston, a 140-pound Bull Mastiff), so Till next time,
Johnny has long legs, big pointy ears, one Daddy was familiar with Big Pooches. Him “What’s your day like?”
blue an one brown eye, an a short coat in sil- an Mommy hadda dis-CUSH-un, an they “Well, we usually go onna leash The Bonz
decided to adopt me, Thank Lassie! I was walk, check out the neighbor-
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County Toy Run hopes for a ‘VROOM’ full of donated presents
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent years. The other suggestion Buchheit the city’s police department, transitioned Although the St. Lucie Sheriff’s PAL
made was think about the girls. “On the into being the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s doesn’t have the attendance it once did,
Get the kickstands up for the St. Lucie female side, we don’t get the makeup kits Police Athletic League. Along with that, it Buchheit said it still has a proverbial Rolo-
County Toy Run. and things like that,” he said. moved from 903 S. 21st St. dex of the children and youths it serves.
The 12th annual event will be on Sun- Along with the toy run, there’ll be live “It used to be the old (Fort Pierce) The Port St. Lucie Police Department
day, Dec. 9, at ARS Powersports of Fort music, a classic car show, raffles and more YMCA,” Buchheit said. also has a Police Athletic League program
Pierce, at 3525 S. U.S. 1. at the PAL facility, so everybody can par- which is unaffected by the changes in Fort
ticipate in the toy drive whether or not The move to Peters Road has a big Pierce. The two work closely together. In-
“I think the first year we had 200 people they’re motorcyclists. downside. It’s about four miles from the deed, Port St. Lucie’s top cop will lead the
and it’s grown to thousands,” said James 21st Street location, and west of Interstate toy run.
Buchheit, director of the St. Lucie County “They can go to the center from 10 95. That has greatly affected attendance
Sheriff’s Police Athletic League. (a.m.) on,” Buchheit said. “That’s when we at PAL programs, Buchheit said, because “This year our grand marshal is Chief
have the vendors.” many children and youths are unable to Jon Bolduc,” Buchheit said.
The lineup will start at 8 a.m. Motorcy- ride bicycles on Okeechobee Road to get to
cle riders will head out with police escort And fundraising for one of the PAL’s the new facility. While the road has a bike The National Association of Police Ath-
at 11 a.m. The about hour-long route will holiday programs. “We also have ‘Shop lane, riders have to navigate by interstate letic/Activities Leagues is a national or-
lead the riders to the new St. Lucie County with the Deputies,’” Buchheit said. “We ramps and other dangers to get to the new ganization that roots back to about 1914
Sheriff’s PAL facility at 2733 Peters Road in take (participating youth) out and give PAL facility. That’s challenging for all but and New York City’s Police Commission-
Fort Pierce. The run, as its name implies, them a pre-set limit and let them get what the most experienced riders to do confi- er Arthur Woods’ efforts to get kids and
is a toy-raiser for PAL to distribute holiday they want.” dently. cops together to find positive activities for
gifts to children and youth. Riders must youngsters, along with places to do them.
take new, unwrapped toys to participate. He added that all the toys and cash “In Fort Pierce we were up to about 800 Over two decades things got more orga-
There’s also a $10 fee. raised at the event will stay in St. Lucie to kids,” Buchheit said. nized and, by the middle 1930s, the Police
help local children and youths. Athletic League was born.
Buchheit offered some toy tips. “Not too Now, he said, about 30 regularly attend
many bring teenage toys,” he said. “They The Police Athletic League on the north programs at the facility. “I’m going to the Updates about the 12th annual St. Lucie
bring toys for small children and that’s side of the county has been through some county to see if they have anything we can County Toy Run are posted at www.face-
great.” But, he said many of the recipient big changes this year. utilize, a more desirable location for our book.com/palcenterftpierce.
families have multiple children – some of program,” Buchheit said.
whom are in the middle- and high-school Earlier in 2018 the former Police Athlet-
ic League of Fort Pierce, which was run by
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24 Chinese veggies 123 Shade tree 79 Dr. Seuss creature
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27 Brooklyn team 125 Moderate in tempo 81 It means “wing”
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30 Play section 127 Kidnapped auth. 83 Dawns
31 One way to make desserts 84 Sammy Cahn specialty
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39 Lorry driver’s drink 2 To have, in Le Havre 89 Host of “Monsterpiece
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43 Texas stewpot 5 Attack, puma-style 94 The other Van Gogh
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47 Decorator color 7 Jai alai basket 96 Highwayman
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53 One way to buy fruit 9 Cochise was one 98 They get hands-on
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57 Emphasis word after yes or 14 They follow the nu’s
15 Plasm preceder Bradbvry title
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58 Having zero dinero 17 “Wake Up” girl of song 103 Frame job
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63 Occupied a swing 28 ___ 17 107 Infection culprits
64 Cry like a dog 32 German dive bomber 110 “Fooey!”
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LEADING A WEAK SUIT CAN BE MISLEADING WEST NORTH EAST
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By Phillip Alder - Bridge Columnist KQ86 54 J9732
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Eighteenth-century sibling authors Augustus and Julius Hare wrote, “A weak mind sinks 7 QJ8542 K 10 9 6
under prosperity, as well as under adversity. A strong and deep mind has two highest tides.”
A bridge play by declarer that often results in prosperity is leading a weak suit. The AKJ4
opponents assume declarer has values there and steer clear of it. This deal occurred during A 10
the 2016 Yeh Online World Bridge Cup. Matches were played simultaneously among four AJ973
teams in three venues: Beijing, Turin and Seattle. A3
How did Lin Rongqiang of the Chinese Contract Bridge Association play in three no-trump Dealer: East; Vulnerable: Both
after receiving a spade lead?
South’s strong-club sequence promised a balanced 22-24; he rightly upgraded for the five-
card suit and excellent controls (four aces and a king). SOUTH WEST NORTH EAST OPENING
West, nervous of leading a red-suit king, chose the spade 10. 1 Clubs Pass 1 Diamonds Pass LEAD:
2 NT Pass 3 NT All Pass 10 Spades
Declarer won with his jack and played two rounds of clubs. After West threw the heart six,
East won with the king and returned his second spade. South took the trick with the ace, RWEHDIT, E
played a spade to the queen (East pitched a heart) and cashed the club queen. Declarer & YOU!
discarded a diamond, and West shed the spade nine.
Now South threw a curve: He led a heart to his 10! West won with her queen and shifted
to the diamond king. When that held the trick, West, misled by South’s play, continued with 5K RUN/WALK
the diamond six. This gave declarer nine tricks via four spades, one heart, two diamonds
and two clubs. Then West discarded a diamond on the spade ace, so Lin took 10 tricks and
gained 10 international match points when South’s opening bid of one diamond was passed
out at the other table.
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