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Published by Vero Beach 32963 Media, 2018-11-01 12:38:49

11/02/2018 ISSUE 44

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Horror as girl, 3, shot

A13 B7 B9Apparent road rage case
Barn opener: ‘Bee’ there The spirits were willing

A night of musical merriment ... at ‘Ghosts of Fort Pierce Past’

VOLUME 3, ISSUE 44 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2018

Official: County ARE WHEEEEEEEE HAVING FUN YET? New road will
on right path and cement Accel’s
‘getting stronger’ Damian Vines, 9, takes a spin on the swings at the Port St. Lucie Fall Festival last Saturday at the Civic Center. PHOTO: LINDA THIBEAULT Tradition deal

BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer
[email protected] [email protected]

Despite recent struggles with red A company that has already
tide blooms that led to the closure received a 10-year property tax
of at least one island beach, and exemption, impact-fee forgive-
continued challenges in financing ness and fast-tracked permitting
road projects, County Administra- for its construction has one more
tor Howard Tipton remains opti- requirement before buying land
mistic for St. Lucie County. in the Tradition Center for Com-
merce – an 850-foot-long road.
“The state of the county is
strong,” he said to a full room of “They want to make sure
St. Lucie Chamber of Commerce there’s a road,” City Manager
members and guests. “It’s getting Russ Blackburn told the Port St.
stronger, and with a continued Lucie Council during a recent
team approach, our future will meeting. That meeting asked the
continue to shine bright.” council to decide whether or not
it should secure the road, even if
Tipton used the annual plat- state grant funding doesn’t come
form to encourage those in atten- through.
dance to vote – and highlighted
the Half-Cent Sales Tax Initiative, “It doesn’t look too good,”
which is the last question on the Blackburn said of the city’s re-
ballot. “I encourage you to start at quest for funds from the state.
the back and work your way for-
ward,” Tipton said. Accel International – which

CONTINUED ON PAGE A4 CONTINUED ON PAGE A4

YOUNG VOICE HEARD ON ENVIRONMENT Pair battle for open Services District seat

The Voici Bernadette. BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent nor Seat 3 incum-
[email protected] bent Vincent J.
PHOTO COURTESY JIM OPPENBORN There’s a ballot brimming with nu- D’Amico got chal-
Six-year-old Ellia Niemi is merous candidates and proposed state lengers, so they’re
a determined child with a big constitutional amendments, so one lo- running unop-
heart for the environment – cal race might be easy to overlook. posed. The board
more specifically, the beach and has five seats. The
marine creatures. She’s the mas- Quietly, challenger Viorel “Mr. Vio” other two will be
termind behind a beach cleanup Mocuta and incumbent Wayne N. up for elections in 2020.
planned for this month, along Smith are vying for the St. Lucie West The district is a community devel-
with a music festival fundraiser Services District Seat 2. opment district established in 1990. A
that will benefit efforts to sink community development district is a
the Voici Bernadette freighter. Two other St. Lucie West Services hybrid semi-governmental body creat-
District Board of Supervisors seats are
“I was really sad to see all the CONTINUED ON PAGE A8
up for election this year: Seat
CONTINUED ON PAGE A3 1 and Seat 3. Neither Seat
1 incumbent Gregg Ney

IN THIS ISSUE Rachel Bay Jones speaks
to St. Lucie Voice about
LOCAL NEWS A1-A15
homecoming. Page B2
HEALTH A16-A19 ARTS/PEOPLE B1-B15

OBITUARIES A9 PETS B14

GAMES B16-B18 REAL ESTATE A21-A32

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VOICI BERNADETTE and organizations they could donate to PHOTO COURTESY JIM OPPENBORN to work for a common cause.
and discovered MMPS Environmental – St. Lucie County Marine Resource Co-
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 the group responsible for raising funds to Following the cleanup, various musical
sink the Voici Bernadette off the coast of groups will take to a stage set up at 222 ordinator Jim Oppenborn said the ship
litter on that day,” Ellia said, recalling a Fort Pierce, creating an artificial reef for S. Ocean Drive, in a grassy lot at the end is not quite ready for sinking, though it’s
recent trip to a St. Lucie County beach. divers and sea life alike. of the beach cleanup area. There will be very close.
During their walk along the beach, Ellia vendors, food trucks, raffles and a dona-
and her family witnessed a baby sea turtle “MMPS is making a difference,” Colletti tion collection. The biggest challenge has been the
making its way to the water. said, which made the decision all the eas- fund-raising, which is needed in order to
ier for who would benefit from the music The musical groups are reggae bands get the ship sunk. The next big challenge
Instead of being excited and happy for festival. and will include headliner Juanjamon, will be determining how to sink the Voici
the baby turtle, Ellia became upset. The Minus Turmoil and Flint Blade Duo. Bernadette. Crews could pump sand into
baby turtle had to crawl through the trash The pieces have fallen into place and the cargo hold or dump tons of concrete
before hitting the water. the beach cleanup and music fest will be The festival will go until 10 p.m. Satur- rubble into the ship.
held Saturday, Nov. 10, beginning with the day and will also include a by-donation
Her step-dad, Nick Colletti, said Ellia’s cleanup from 10 a.m. to noon at the Surf- yoga session from One Yoga Planet at “I just don’t know,” Oppenborn said of
response was to host a community beach side Beach access point in Fort Pierce. noon. the method the county would pursue. It
cleanup. It wasn’t enough for them to just depends on any number of factors, in-
pick up some trash while they were there. Those participating can expect to clean “It’s so uplifting,” said Caitlyn Carmi- cluding environmental permits for sand
one mile of beach heading south along chael, MMPS Environmental’s liaison and figuring logistics for hauling concrete
“Everyone made the mess,” Colletti South Hutchinson Island. with Ellia. With all the negativity in the onto the ship.
said, recalling Ellia’s statement that day. world, she said it was great to see how a
“Everybody should have to clean it up.” child can bring the community together Regardless of the method or how long
it takes to gather the necessary funds, Op-
From there, Colletti and Ellia’s mom, Ali- penborn said the ship will eventually get
cia, got started helping Ellia organize the sunk. “We’ll get it done,” he said.
beach cleanup. It didn’t take long for the
vision to expand into a fundraising effort to And Ellia’s fund-raiser will certainly
further her goal to cleaning up the waters help get the crew that much closer to its
and providing a safe place for sea life. goal.

“While keeping the beaches litter free WANT TO GO?
is very important, the problems with our World Love Beach Cleanup Festival
water go much further than that,” Ellia’s  Nov. 10 – cleanup 10 a.m. to noon, mu-
mom said. “We want Ellia to be able to sic fest noon to 10 p.m.
enjoy the beach for the rest of her life. We  Cost – Free, donations welcome and
were lucky enough to watch a sea turtle proceeds from purchases of refreshments
leave its nest and head out to sea that day. and from vendors will be donated
If we don’t take care of the ocean, that  Location – Surfside Beach access point,
could become a thing of the past.” Fort Pierce, for the cleanup; 222 S. Ocean
Dr., Fort Pierce for music fest. 
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‘BANK’ ON THEM it really raises the game here.” PHOTO: LINDA THIBEAULT ACCEL TO TRADITION
TO HELP FEED Martin also announced its intent to ex-
NEEDY FAMILIES making stops in the county. “It was a bold CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1
pand with a neuroscience center at Tradi- move and took political courage,” Tip-
Kaliyana Linear, 12, and tion, representing a $30 million investment ton said, adding “this is a transformation makes plated copper wiring used in the
Eileen Gumpel help to pack- and 150 jobs. change.” aviation, medical and electronic indus-
age food at the 4th Annual tries – plans to make a $43 million invest-
Pack the House Event at the Yet for all the growth and cooperation A customs building has been complet- ment via construction and equipment
Treasure Coast Food Bank among the local governments, the environ- ed at the Treasure Coast International Air- purchases.
last Friday. Over a 24-hour ment continues to pose a challenge. port, which will enable locals to enroll in
period, hundreds of volun- the Trusted Traveler/Global Entry program It plans to hire 125 employees over three
teers devoted their time to During the annual Chamber State of the without having to drive to either the Orlan- years with an average salary of $47,000;
creating holiday meal boxes County address, Tipton said crews were do or Miami international airports. additional upper management positions
for families in need. “The clearing dead fish from the local beaches as would pay more.
holidays are just around the he spoke. Red tide, naturally occurring as “The future of the airport is ready to take
corner, and we’ll be packing it is, has been feeding on the ever-growing off,” Tipton said with a grin while the audi- Already, Accel has locations in Con-
holiday meal boxes that help amount of nutrients spilling into waterways. ence groaned. necticut and Indiana. And while the com-
ensure that those struggling pany expects it will keep its headquarters
with hunger won’t miss out “I pray we never get used to this new nor- The Sunshine Kitchen – a commer- in Connecticut for now, company repre-
on celebrating,” said Judith mal,” Tipton said, adding that it is his hope cial-grade kitchen meant for caterers and sentative Dan Chung told both the City
Cruz, Treasure Coast Food that all will continue to fight for the envi- home hobbyists alike – will soon celebrate Council and County Commission earlier
Bank president and CEO ronment. Working relationships with the its grand opening. And solar farming has be- this summer that he anticipates many of
before the event.  county’s municipalities are something to come an alternative to citrus farming. Flor- the executives putting in requests to trans-
be proud of, he added, explaining that, with ida Power & Light has been busy installing fer to Florida or at least spend vacation
­– CONTRIBUTED one voice, St. Lucie County’s representatives solar farms in agricultural areas around the time here.
can be heard in Tallahassee. state in an effort to diversify its power supply.
STATE OF THE COUNTY Chung said Connecticut is “a wonderful
Looking to the future, Tipton pointed to Tipton said it’s not just one factor that place to live, but it’s very cold.”
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 the county’s purchase of the working wa- keeps St. Lucie County strong. “It takes
terfront, which would lead to mega-yachts teamwork to win the day,” he said, noting Council members told Chung that Flori-
County and municipal leaders have been that St. Lucie has that winning team.  da – and Port St. Lucie specifically – has the
making the rounds at numerous civic and cure for cold.
homeowner meetings to educate voters on
the Half-Cent Sales Tax ballot question. Un- Economic Development Council Pres-
able to use government funding on advoca- ident Pete Tesch told the council and the
cy, they have focused on explaining what the commission this summer that an econom-
millions of dollars would be used for, how ic impact analysis concluded Accel Inter-
the funds would be divvied up and overseen, national’s move to Tradition would result
and what would happen if the funding were in a one-time $21.2 million boost to the
rejected. economy through new construction, and a
$20 million annual boost via employment.
Tipton shared with the audience that
growth in St. Lucie is strong, and not just The company’s 125-employee hire tar-
within residential sectors. Harbor Branch get would increase through indirect job
Oceanographic Institute is poised for expan- growth, essentially creating nearly 400 jobs.
sion, as are several other businesses around Tesch said the total economic impact out-
the county. Other business changes of note put would be closer to $150 million. “This
include Martin Health System, which re- will have a profound impact,” he said.
cently announced its merger with Cleveland
Clinic. The Port St. Lucie City Council Oct. 22
voted unanimously to secure the 850-foot
Tipton said to those who haven’t been road with no discussion or debate.
paying attention, “this is a really big deal …
“Land it, Mr. Blackburn,” Mayor Greg-
ory Oravec said, noting that Accel would
join City Electric and Oculus Optikgerate
GmbH, the parent company of Oculus
Surgical in St. Lucie West, in Tradition’s
Center for Commerce. All three companies
have received economic development in-
centives to move to or expand within Port
St. Lucie. 



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FERNHILL MEMORIAL GARDENS Port St. Lucie Mayor
Gregory Oravec calls
Celebration lives PHOTO: LINDA THIBEAULT up Claude Finch, 9,
to answer questions
with during a presentation
at Renaissance Char-
AYCOCK FUNERAL HOMES ter School in St. Lucie
West last Wednes-
The Dignity Memorial professional provider network day. The third-grade
is here to guide you every step of the way classes there recently
finished a unit on
Our professional, experienced and dedicated government. 
staff provides exceptional, compassionate care
to families at a difficult time in their lives. SERVICES DISTRICT SEAT and surrounding areas. The board of super-
• Funeral & burial services of all faiths & cultures visors recently approved a plan to buy about
• Personalized service from time honored CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 nine acres there for $166,650. CGI St. Lucie,
traditions, personal photographs to favorite owner of St. Lucie Trail, is giving the district
reading & songs ed under Florida law to perform some mu- almost another 4.5 acres for storm-water
nicipal functions in St. Lucie West. management in the deal.
AYCOCK FUNERAL HOMES
Specifically, the St. Lucie West Services The district has been able to keep water
PORT ST LUCIE, FLORIDA District was established to handle water and sewer rates the same since 2010. Smith
treatment and distribution, and manage joined the board in 2016. He replaced Har-
Aycock at Tradition stormwater in St. Lucie West. Perhaps its vey Cutler, who died in late 2015 while serv-
Life Celebration Center most visible project recently is the nearly 13- ing in office. Lake Harvey is named after
acre Lake Harvey Stormwater Storage Proj- him, a decision made before he died. Smith
Port St. Lucie ect, which was dedicated in February. The was one of seven who applied to be appoint-
district is now working with the City of Port ed to fill Cutler’s seat.
772-618-2336 St. Lucie to add passive-use park amenities
at Lake Harvey along with adding sound mit- St. Lucie Voice reached out to both candi-
Floresta Drive igation after Kings Isle residents complained dates for the office. Mocuta did not respond
1504 SE Floresta Drive that cutting down vegetation for the project before press time. Smith said the biggest
greatly increased ambient traffic noise. challenge for whomever the voters choose
Port St. Lucie will be ensuring that the district’s new office
In August the district’s board of supervi- will meet expectations. “Right now, I think
772-878-0049 sors approved a $17.4 million budget for this the biggest thing is we’ve got to provide
fiscal year. Most of that is funded by water guidance as we begin our new headquarters
Fernhill Memorial and sewer payments. The largest portion of and emergency facilities,” he said.
Gardens, Stuart that is for operating expenses, about $8.6
772-283-6246 million. Another $3.8 million is going to cap- In addition to being a permanent office,
ital projects, such as construction of a new, the new building will serve as the district’s
Aycock Funeral Home permanent office at 450 SW Utility Drive. emergency command center during hurri-
Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, The district has budgeted about $1.2 million canes and other events.
for that project. The remainder of the bud-
Fort Pierce get is debt service, most of which is paid for All eligible voters living in St. Lucie West
by special assessments owners see on their will be able to cast ballots for this race. Board
772-461-8912 property tax bills. of Supervisors members are paid $200 a
meeting, not to exceed $4,800 in a calendar
Likely the next large project for the dis- year. The board regularly meets for a work-
trict will be adding stormwater manage- shop and for a meeting monthly. The mem-
ment ponds at St. Lucie Trail Golf Club that bers are elected to four-year terms.
will benefit Southwest Cashmere Boulevard
Voter information is available at www.sl-
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IN LOVING MEMORY tending Florida Atlantic University. on Monday, Oct. 22.
Nick enjoyed playing football, anything Gerrick was a Christian pastor/teacher, a
NICHOLAS P. WOODWARD, 23 aunts, uncles and cousins, of New York, Ohio
Port St. Lucie and Florida. Ohio State Buckeyes, was an avid sports counselor, an encourager and, above all, a
enthusiast and had a new-found love in mi- Warrior for Truth. He has now joined the Last
Nicholas “Nick” Patrick Woodward, 23, of Nick was predeceased by his maternal cro-brewing. Days army, having earned the rank of Gener-
Port St. Lucie passed away on Oct. 21. He was grandfather, Robert L. DeLuke of Jensen al due to the many battles and insufferable
born Sept. 15, 1995, in Schenectady, N.Y. Beach, and paternal grandmother, Margaret Nick enjoyed spending time with family illnesses he fought on earth.
Rowe of West Palm Beach. and friends and especially the love of his life
Nick is survived by his parents Patrick and Whittnie and their new puppy, Fig. Gerrick is survived by his wife, Jill (nee
Suzanne Woodward of PGA Village in Port Nick graduated in 2014 from John Carroll Wise); his daughter, Dr. Gretchen Busl (Dr.
St. Lucie; his sister, Allie Woodward of West Catholic High School. He was a four-year Nick was a young man who was dedicated Matt Brown) of Denton, Texas; his mother,
Palm Beach; his brother, Josh Woodward varsity football player, senior Class President, to life and would have changed the world. Barbara Busl, 90, of LifeCare, Port St. Lucie;
of Tampa; his maternal grandmother, Ca- member of the National Honor Society and a his sister, Carla Field of Greenville, S.C.; three
mille DeLuke; the “love of his life” Whittnie member of St. Anastasia Catholic Church. GERRICK REED BUSL, 70 nieces, Hannah, Rachel,and Mary Kate; and
Burchill of Port St. Lucie; and several loving Port St. Lucie two nephews, Joshua and Matt.
From 2014 to 2017, he attended North
Carolina State University, and in 2018 was at- Gerrick Reed Busl, 70, of Port St. Lucie He also leaves behind six cats, Lil’ Bit (his
slipped the surly bonds of earth and traded favorite), Libby, Louie Two-Toes, Beau, Her-
his mortal body for a glorious eternal one mia and Rachel.

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RE-ELECT VOTE

County Commissioner For St. Lucie County Commission, Dist. 4
Anthony Bonna
If you believe that accountability
Port St. Lucie’s Independent Voice For Clean in our government is necessary,
Water, Low Taxes, Economic Opportunity. that job creation and economic
diversity should be a priority and
About Anthony that protecting and preserving
• Moved to Port St. Lucie in 1990 St. Lucie County is important,
• Centennial High School Graduate then you and I have a lot in
• Finance Degree from Georgetown University common.
• Small Business Owner
• 4th Degree Knight of Columbus I’m Frannie Hutchinson, your candidate for St. Lucie County Commission.
• Port St. Lucie Rotary Club
• Married to Sasha Dadan Bonna Preserve Protect Promote

Endorsed By: Indian River Lagoon Schools Expand Job Opportunities
* City Council members Water Quality Residents Positive Business Growth
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John Carvelli Vote Frannie HUTCHINSON for

* Congressman Tom Rooney St. Lucie County Commission District 4 on November 6th

* Our local Realtors Association Paid for by Frances, “Frannie” Hutchinson, Rep. for St. Lucie County Commissioner, Dist. 4.

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ANTHONY BONNA’S PRIORITIES For State House 84

- Clean up our waterways once and for all Champion of the People

- Local preference for local businesses

- Support Port St. Lucie’s

Vocational/Technical Education Center

- Invest in infrastructure

- Safe schools and safe neighborhoods

Questions Before You Vote? ✓Government Accountability
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MARK GOTZ

For FL State House 84
Mark is against the county ½ cent sales tax and here is why:
● The county has $224,000,000 in cash and investments.
● The county purchased the Port of Fort Pierce for $25,000,000.
● The county is developing an airplane hanger for $6,500,000.
● The county is expanding First Data Field for $55,000,000.

Vote NO on Amendment 14 (the ½ Cent Sales Tax).

Vote YES for Mark Gotz Florida House District 84.

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TEEN NABBED FOR BIZARRE BEHAVIOR OUTSIDE SCHOOL

BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer of the fenced area attempting to go to the exposure; disrupting a school function; and When the principal of the school ap-
[email protected] mailbox. Mr. Holbrook grabbed her wrist trespassing on school grounds.” proached Holbrook, the teen allegedly
and she pulled away and was able to close threatened to harm her and jumped onto a
An 18-year-old faces numerous charges – and lock the gate before he could gain en- In the previous incident, on Wednesday, parked car. His attention then turned to an-
and has been Baker Acted – after exhibiting try. The student ran to the main office who Oct. 24, police were called to the school af- other staff member, whom he followed; he
bizarre behavior outside Somerset College contacted the S.R.O. As he was confronted ter an off-duty school safety officer chased then attacked her car, police said. Neither the
Preparatory Academy twice in one week. by Port St. Lucie Police School Resource off the teen. The disturbance occurred staff member nor the principal was injured
Officer Lushbaugh, Mr. Holbrook began shortly after 5 p.m. when the teen allegedly during the incident. The principal then no-
On Tuesday, according to police: “At ap- to undress and threw his clothes at Officer exposed his genitals, urinated, chased and tified the off-duty school safety officer, who
proximately 10:16 a.m., Carson Holbrook, Lushbaugh while he was waiting for back- shoved students, and jumped on vehicles. was coaching an afterschool activity. The of-
an 18-year-old, walked onto the campus up. When other officers arrived, he was tak- Witnesses told investigators that the man, ficer confronted Holbrook, who fled the cam-
of Somerset College Preparatory Academy en into custody without incident and was later identified as Holbrook, was speaking pus. He was apprehended shortly thereafter.
and remained outside the security fence. arrested and charged with battery; indecent unintelligibly but would also yell and swear
Mr. Holbrook began to yell for someone to using racial and sexual epithets. Holbrook is not a student at the school. 
open the gate. A student was walking out

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BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer Or just call for an
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A 3-year-old girl is in stable con-
dition after she sustained a gunshot
wound to her head during what po-
lice believe was a road rage incident
over the weekend.

The child, who has not been
identified, was taken to St. Mary’s
Hospital in West Palm Beach, ini-
tially in critical condition.

The Port St. Lucie Police Depart-
ment is continuing its search for
the suspect vehicle – a black sedan,
possibly a BMW. The vehicle will
have damage to the passenger side
from having sideswiped the truck
the girl was riding in.

According to police, the incident
happened in the early-morning
hours of Sunday, Oct. 28, in the area
of SE Floresta Drive and SE Prima
Vista Boulevard. At least one shot
was fired in the 1000 block of SE By-
wood Avenue.

The girl’s father was driving a
large pickup truck at the time of the
altercation with the driver of the se-
dan. What that altercation entailed
was not immediately released to the
media.

The father, who was driving
home with his 3-year-old daughter
and her 7-year-old sibling, told po-
lice that the other driver was pos-
sibly Hispanic or a light-skinned
black male.

Authorities continue to investi-
gate and have been reviewing sur-
veillance footage from the area.
Anyone with information regarding
the incident is encouraged to con-
tact Port St. Lucie Police Det. Aisha
Hardison at 772-871-7324.

Those wishing to remain anon-
ymous may call Treasure Coast
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ure? the leading cause of death in BNP, a hormone that increases in heart before, during or after exercise
men and women. It happens failure. to see how your heart responds,
If you have congestive heart failure when the arteries that sup- and a coronary angiography,
(CHF), your heart can’t pump enough ply blood to the heart become Tests that can identify the cause of heart which is an X-ray of the heart’s
blood. This condition develops over time. hardened and narrowed. Peo- failure include: an echocardiogram that blood vessels.
It is the No. 1 reason people over age 65 go ple who have had a heart attack uses sound waves; a Holter monitor, which
into the hospital. are at high risk to develop heart is a small box that is worn for 24 hours to There is no cure for heart
failure. provide a continuous recording of heart failure, but it can be controlled.
Heart failure is most common in old-
er people, and is more common in Afri- There are a number of things People with CHF are usu-
that you can do to reduce risk ally put on a low-salt diet to
THE HEALTHY SENIOR of coronary artery disease and prevent fluid build-up. Their
heart failure. For starters, you doctors may also tell them to
can-Americans. Men have a higher rate of should keep the following lev- lose weight, quit smoking and
heart failure than women. But, because els down: body weight, cho- reduce alcohol intake.
women usually live longer, the condition lesterol, blood pressure, sugar,
affects more women in their 70s and 80s. alcohol and salt. Exercise reg- Medications that are used
ularly. And, if you smoke, quit. include: diuretics, “water pills”
In normal hearts, veins bring oxy- to reduce fluid; ACE inhibitors
gen-poor blood from the body to the The most common symp- to lower blood pressure and re-
right side of the heart. It is then pumped toms of heart failure include duce heart stress; beta-block-
through the pulmonary artery to the shortness of breath, fatigue and swelling, ers to slow your heart rate and lower
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there, the blood returns to the left side of and legs. Swelling is caused by fluid build- beat stronger; and anticoagulants (such
the heart. Then it is pumped through a up in the body and can lead to weight as warfarin) that help prevent blood clots.
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utes blood throughout the body. also be given a mechanical heart pump. A
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Resort-style feel permeates elegant PGA Verano home

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Columnist
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The house at 10464 SW Visconti Way is in
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The house has tremendous curb appeal,
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over an archway that leads to the front door,
nestled under the arch. Inside, the foyer is
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FEATURES FOR 10464 SW VISCONTI WAY

Neighborhood: PGA Verano

Year built: Year built: 2014

Construction: CBS

Square footage: 2,007 sq. ft.

Total square footage: 3,061

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2

Flooring: ceramic tile

Security: manned gate, burglar alarm

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Community amenities: 24,000 sq. ft. Club Talavera, biking
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Listing agent: Isabelle Pollock, 772-713-3221

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TOP SALES OF THE WEEK

A somewhat slow week on the Tradition and St. Lucie West real estate front saw a mere six single-family
residences and lots sell from Oct. 22-26.
The top sale of the week was the residence at 12093 SW Bayberry Avenue. First listed in September for
$450,000, the home sold for the asking price on Oct. 26.
Representing both the seller and the purchaser in the transaction was agent Jennifer Gilley Fleschner of
Real Estate of Florida Jensen.

SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCES AND LOTS ORIGINAL SELLING
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TOWN ADDRESS LISTED ASKING PRICE SOLD $450,000
$244,500
PORT SAINT LUCIE 12093 SW BAYBERRY AVENUE 9/29/2018 $450,000 10/26/2018 $225,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 10080 SW DOLCE ROAD 8/5/2018 $253,000 10/26/2018 $200,900
PORT SAINT LUCIE 175 NW WILLOW GROVE AVENUE 7/16/2018 $248,500 10/26/2018 $149,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 2741 NW TREVISO CIRCLE 11/22/2017 $196,970 10/24/2018 $109,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 702 NW SAN REMO CIRCLE 8/27/2018 $154,900 10/24/2018
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HERE ARE SOME OF THE TOP RECENT TRADITION AND ST. LUCIE WEST REAL ESTATE SALES

10080 SW Dolce Road, Port Saint Lucie 175 NW Willow Grove Avenue, Port Saint Lucie

Listing Date: 8/5/2018 Listing Date: 7/16/2018
Original Price: $253,000 Original Price: $248,500
Sold: 10/26/2018 Sold: 10/26/2018
Selling Price: $244,500 Selling Price: $225,000
Listing Agent: Denise Andresen Listing Agent: Gregory Dalessio

Selling Agent: The Keyes Company Selling Agent: Greenergy Realty Treasure Coast, LLC

Dwane Daniel Harry Bass-Terpstra

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2741 NW Treviso Circle, Port Saint Lucie 702 NW San Remo Circle, Port Saint Lucie

Listing Date: 11/22/2017 Listing Date: 8/27/2018
Original Price: $196,970 Original Price: $154,900
Sold: 10/24/2018 Sold: 10/24/2018
Selling Price: $200,900 Selling Price: $149,000
Listing Agent: Marc Friedman Listing Agent: Mary Marrazo

Selling Agent: Kolter Homes Realty, LLC Selling Agent: RE/MAX 100 Riverside Inc

Juan Reyes Judith Jacobs

Coastal Breeze Realty Corp Coastal Real Estate Services LLC

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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 23 mix with friends and neighbors. Sometimes “This three-bedroom, two-bath home in
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ties, a catering kitchen, billiards, a library Isabelle Pollock, agent for Lang Realty, It’s also located within walking distance of
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PGA VERANO $549,900 CASTLE PINES $209,900 THE ESTATES AT TRADITION $695,000 THE ESTATES AT TRADITION $569,000

JUST LISTED! NEW LISTING! OPEN HOUSE SUN, NOV 4TH 2-4pm

POOL/SPA HOME-STUNNING GOLF AND WATER VIEWS DESIGNER’S DREAM HOME ALMOST NEW – BEAUTIFUL
LAKE & GOLF VIEWS – LAKE VIEWS PRESERVE VIEW
Furnished 3 bdrm, 2 bth townhouse with a 2 CG. Within walking
Spacious 3BR, 3.5BA PLUS den (w/closet) great open floor plan distance to the neighborhood pool and spa. HOA Fees include 5BR, 4.5BA, 3CG, gorgeous gourmet kitchen with large center 4BR, 3BA, 3CG, upgraded finishes thru-out, gorgeous kitchen w/
features a large kitchen, w/chef ’s island, granite, SS appls, all bed- access to the beautiful Island Club. island, upgraded cabinets, granite & SS appliances, fenced yard w/ cook’s island, double ovens, SS appliances, covered & screened
RX-10473067 9212 Wentworth Ln. lanai, preserve views. Impact glass thru-out.
rooms are en-suites, covered screened lanai with gorgeous Castle Pines At the Reserve custom landscaping. Impact glass thru-out. RX-10448793 11931 SW Aventino Dr.
pool & spa. RX-10476563 9856 Nuova Way RX-10456932 11936 SW Aventino Dr.

PGA VILLAGE $392,900 PGA VILLAGE $367,500 CASCADES $350,000 CASCADES $259,000

POOL HOME ON THE GOLF POOL HOME - BEAUTIFUL REDUCED! NEW LISTING!
COURSE WATER & GOLF VIEWS
GORGEOUS POOL HOME ON LOVELY HOME ON
3BR, 3BA, PLUS den pool home overlooking the 4th hole on the 2BR, 2.5BA PLUS den, granite counters in kitchen, formal living THELAKE MANICURED LOT
Wanamker. Granite kitchen with SS appliances, tile on diagonal & dining rooms tile on diagonal throughout living areas, large
3BR, 2BA home, beautiful kitchen, with granite, 42” maple 2BR, 2BA PLUS den, 2CG PLUS Florida room, tile throughout
throughout, paver patio, fenced yard. covered and screened lanai, pool cabinets, newer SS appliances, tile on diagonal throughout, pool main living areas, natural gas, gorgeous private backyard. Great ST.
RX-10462445 9211 Champions Way. RX-10432082 7736 Greenbrier Cir.
resurfaced in 2018, great location to St. Lucie West. Lucie West location.
RX-10456919 423 Aqua Vista Lane. RX-10467421 303 NW Springview Loop.

PGA VILLAGE PGA VILLAGE PGA VILLAGE PGA VILLAGE

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, NOV 4th, 1-3 PM OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, NOV 4TH, 1-3 PM OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, NOV 4th 1-3 PM OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, NOV 4th 1-4 PM
3BRs, 2BAs, 1.5CG, new kitchen w/quartz counters, new appls, new flooring throughout, new WILLOW PINES - Lovely 2BR, PLUS bonus room. 2BA, 2CG vila, tile throughout main 5BR, 3BA PLUS den/office, loft area, open concept living area w/stone fireplace, Spectacular property with very desirable floor plan, 3 brs + den, 3.5 baths! Pool,
designer bathrooms, NEW EVERYTHING! Screened lanai, view of the Legacy Golf Course living areas, open & bright, patio with a private treelined view, close to community pool interior recently painted throughout, covered and screened lanai with 30’X15’ pool. spa, rock waterfals, summer kitchen & al the bels and whistles!
Kay Rodriguez 772-486-2126; Chris Rodriguez 772-828-9963 Diane Gault 772-342-7455 Sara Sloan 772-618-3474; Jim Insinga 772-233-2500; Linda MacCormack 772-812-0469
7398 PINE CREEK WAY $299,900 7030 WILLOW PINES WAY $259,900 7705 WEXFORD WAY $407,000 8737 TOMPSON POINT RD $589,900

PGA VILLAGE COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES PGA VILLAGE PGA VERANO
OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY NOV 4th, 1-3 PM
NEW CONSTRUCTION – GOLF COURSE VIEW 4BR, 3BA, 3CG, large family room w/fireplace, upgraded kitchen, formal living & din- OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, NOV 4th, 1-3 PM ELEGANT “SANIBEL” MODEL WITH LAKE VIEW 3BR, 2BA home upgraded
Brand New Home TO BE BUILT, 3BR, 2.5BA, 2CG, great floor plan, IMPACT ing rooms, large screened lanai w/pool, freshly painted exterior + new landscaping 3BR, 2BA, 2CG home, 18” porcelain tile on diagonal throughout living areas & three with elegant finishes, tile throughout, spacious kitchen w/granite, SS appls, frame-
Doors & Windows, established neighborhood on golf course, only lot left in area. Kay Rodriguez 772-486-2126; Chris Rodriguez 772-828-9963 bedrooms, large fenced yard. Close to the Island Club & the resort style amenities. less shower door in mstr bath, extended screened lanai overlooks serene lake.
John Falkenhagen 772-766-4877 1421 OSPREY COVE JUST REDUCED!$375,000 Jim Insinga 772-233-2500; Sara Sloan 772-618-3474 Isabele Polock 772-713-3221; Elise Danielian 772-418-2992
RX-10411913 $350,000 9136 SHORT CHIP CIR. $284,900 RX-10473378 NEW LISTING! $419,900

PGA VILLAGE PGA VILLAGE PGA VERANO PGA VILLAGE

CUSTOM POOL HOME WITH LAKE VIEW 3BR, 3BA 3CG, on extra-large CASTLE PINES-FULLY FURNISHED TOWNHOME 3BR, 2.5BA, 2CG, main POOL HOME – LAKE & GOLF VIEWS Beautiful 2BR, 2BA PLUS Office/Den CASTLE PINES - GOLF & WATER VIEWS
corner lot, family room w/fireplace, screened lanai with summer kitchen, pool, living area on the upper level with a spacious mstr-suite, living/dining rooms + eat- home with gorgeous free form pool, open & bright floor plan, kitchen w/spacious Furnished 3BR, 2.5BA, 2CG townhome, balcony and screened patio offering
beautifuly landscaped w/coy pond. Whole house generator. in kitchen, balcony, 2 bdrms on the ground level, screened patio, lake view. island, granite, SS appls, covered patio, screened lanai stunning Golf & Lake Views, close proximity to neighborhood pool & spa
Marlene Medina 772-418- 6864 Dave Culen 772-418-0778 Pam Misiano 772-224-9691 Moira Feely Rekus 772-626-7812
RX-10455862 $599,000 RX-10436656 $210,000 RX-10463388 $460,000 RX-10473067 $209,900

PORT ST. LUCIE PGA VILLAGE LAKE FOREST STUART / RIVER GLEN

LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION! POOL HOME – GOLF & PRESERVE VIEWS LOVELY LAKEFRONT HOME WATERFRONT CONDO W/ATTACHED GARAGE No stairs in this spacious wel
3BR, 2BA CBS home close to beaches, downtown Jensen & TC Mal. Split level Spacious 4BR, 3.5BA, 2.5CG, 3418 of living sq. ft. kitchen w/quartz counters, 3BR, 2BA, 2CG on a beautifuly landscaped lot, open floor plan, tile throughout maintained 3/2/1 condo. Recently updated kitchen w/SS appls, quartz counter-
floor plan, large enclosed Florida room, nicely landscaped w/fenced yard plus shed. SS appls, large screened lanai w/beautiful pool & spa, on over half an acre lot. living areas, large covered and screened patio overlooking serene lake tops, w/pul-out pantry shelves. Convenient to I95. 1 yr Buyers Warranty included
Mary-Lynn Ninesling 772-370-6466 Martin Borgia 772-626-9036; Sharon Rudd-Boulanger 772-528-5952 Tom Farish 937-308-1188 Linda Olsinski 772-359-2227
RX-10457084 $225,000 RX-10462006 $589,900 RX-10466570 $229,900 RX-10423190 $259,900

GATLIN BLVD AREA TRADITION / VITALIA PGA VILLAGE LAKE CHARLES

4BR, 2BA, 2CG CBS HOME BEAUTIFUL HOME ON THE LAKE CASTLE PINES – A MUST SEE TOWNHOME Large furnished townhome just LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION!
Spacious and open floor plan layout, over 2200 sq ft of living area, new A/C 2017, 2br PLUS den, 2ba, 2cg, beautiful interior and finishes throughout, covered patio under 2,000 Liv Sq’ 3BR, 2.5BA PLUS den PLUS loft, remodeled kitchen w/ In the heart of St. Lucie West, 3/2/2, easy access to I95, Crosstown Pkwy Tradi-
new carpets + new flooring, just painted inside & out with private lake view. Grand community clubhouse w/resort amenities granite, SS appls, covered screened lanai + open paver patio overlooks lake tion, shopping, healthcare, dining, NY Mets Spring Training home
Michele Agrusa 772-263-6131 Ryan Reagan 561-308-0807; Tony Reagan 772-333-0025 Elise Danielian 772-418-2992; Isabele Polock 772-713-3221; Joe McDuffee  772-529-5245
RX-10457848 $254,900 RX-10473261 $319,000 RX-10473405 NEW LISTING! $239,900 RX-10458771 $227,777

Port St. Lucie Office | 8305 Holley Tree Trail, Port St. Lucie, FL. 34986 | 772.467.1299

Elise Danielian Ingrid Hewitt TOP PRODUCING
772-418-2992 772-203-7800 TEAM
[email protected]
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to work for you!”

Isabelle Pollock
772-713-3221

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LAKE CHARLES $334,900 PGA VERANO $419,900 JENSEN BEACH $239,900 PGA VILLAGE $239,900

JUST LISTED! NEW LISTING! NEW LISTING! UNDER CONTRACT

POOL HOME ELEGANT RIVER CLUB – CASTLE PINES
– STUNNING “SANIBEL” HIDDEN GEM! – A MUST SEE
LONG LAKE MODEL WITH Beautifully cared TOWNHOME
VIEWS LAKE VIEW for and updated Large furnished
Spacious 4BR, 2BA, extended 2CG, features a Light & Bright 3BR, 2BA home upgraded with 2BR, 2BA condo, tile flooring, throughout, townhome just under 2,000 Liv Sq’ 3BR,
glass front door, open kitchen w/gas range, SS elegant finishes, tile throughout, frameless shower granite kitchen, new vanities, frameless 2.5BA PLUS den PLUS loft, remodeled
appls, dual living areas, sliders from the family door in master bath, extended & screened lanai shower, new IMPACT windows, close kitchen w/granite, SS appls, covered
room open out to your private screened pool with overlooks serene lake. Spacious kitchen w/ granite, distance to river screened lanai + open paver patio
stunning long and private views of the lake + enjoy stainless appliances and soft close cabinetry. RX-10473663 1600 NE Dixie Hwy, 10207 overlooks lake
fishing off your very own dock. RX-10473378 10464 SW Visconti Way RX-10473405 9304 World Cup Way
RX-10476056 586 St. John’s Bay

PGA VILLAGE $584,900 LAKE CHARLES $299,900 TRADITION – VITALIA $264,900 TRADITION-TOWNPARK $299,900

SPECTACULAR UNDER CONTRACT CUTE AS A LIGHT &
POOL HOME – BUTTON – BRIGHT HOME
GOLF & WATER COURTYARD CORNER LOT - PRESERVE
VIEWS POOL HOME Well cared for VIEWS
3BR, 3.5BA, 2+ CG PLUS custom built ON THE LAKE 2BR, 2BA home with special finishes Meticulously cared for 2BR, 2BA, PLUS
office/den, beautiful finishes throughout, Very desirable throughout, kitchen w/granite, gas Den, gorgeous kitchen w/upgraded
screened lanai w/summer kitchen, pool/ 3BR, 3BA, well maintained home will not cooking, upgraded tile floors, plantation cabinets, granite, SS appliances,
spa, stunning golf & water views. On disappoint, kitchen w/granite, under cabinet shutters, screened paver patio, impact master bath w/quartz counters, screened
cul-de-sac, with 1/2 house generator & lighting & gas range, private outdoor windows & doors, oversized corner lot patio overlooks preserve
extended garage. screened in pool with hot tub + built in grill, and a tile roof. RX-10468355 12074 SW Bennington Cir.
RX-10460166 8604 Tompson Point back screened patio overlooking lake. RX-10469710 11128 SW Birch Tree Circle
RX-10469284 738 Aruba Bay

PGA VILLAGE $348,500 SINGER ISLAND $463,900 PGA VERANO $284,900 INDIAN RIVER DR. $489,000

POPULAR BREATHTAKING REDUCED! REDUCED!
MEDINAH & PANORAMIC
FLOORPLAN. WATER VIEWS! ENJOY PRIVATE LOCATION!
Like New, 3BR, Seagrape Towers - VIEWS – LOCATION!
2.5BA, Beautiful 10th floor, 2BR, 2BA “AREZZO” WATERFRONT
Kitchen w/SS appliances, granite, fresh paint, corner condo, granite, marble floors FLOOR PLAN PARADISE
private preserve & lake views. throughout, impact glass, wrap around 2BR PLUS Den, 3BR, 3BA PLUS Den, minutes from the
RX- 10377827 8908 Champions Way balconies with views of the ocean & 2BA, 2CG single family home, SS appls, OCEAN! Private Dock w/electric, water &
intercostal granite in kitchen, porcelain tile t/o, Boat-Lift, terrazzo floors, sunny exterior,
RX-10427175 5460 N Ocean Drive #10-D upgraded light fixtures, impact glass roof top deck & tropical landscaping, private
window & doors, still under builder interior yard with pavers, fire pit, outdoor
warranty. shower, shed and plenty of space for lounging
RX-10460672 11087 SW Visconti Way & outdoor dining.
RX-10445164 11001 S. Indian River Dr.

Agent Exclusives

KAY RODRIGUEZ THE #1 TOP PRODUCER SINCE 2000

Kay Rodriguez When you are looking for the best, give us a ring! Chris Rodriguez

WHOEMSEELSL! Call Kay Rodriguez @ 772-486-2126

[email protected]

Call Chris Rodriguez @ 772-828-9963

[email protected]

W W W. P SL R E A L E STAT E P RO S . C OM

VPIGLALAGE $299,900 CCOLUUBNTERSAYTES $375,000

OPEN HOUSE Sunday NOV. 4th 1-3PM OPEN HOUSE Sunday NOV. 4th 1-3PM

MUST SEE LARGE HOME with
GOLF COURSE
BEAUTIFULLY VIEWS!

REMODELED 4BDs, 3BAs, 3CG. Family Room
w/Fireplace. Kitchen w/granite
TOWNHOME! counters. Glass slider access to the
Rarely available 3 bedroom 2 bath, 1.5 oversized tiled lanai & relaxing pool.
car garage in Pine Creek. Home has Plumped for spa. Come put your
been completely remodeled. Kitchen touches on this wonderful home. RX-10400687 1421 Osprey Cove
has quartz counters & designer back
splash. Garage has epoxy floors. RX-10472727 7398 Pine Creek Way
Spectacular golf views.
PVGILALAGE $439,000 PVGILALAGE $429,000

CUSTOM BUILT CUSTOM ESTATE

POOL HOME! POOL HOME!
3BD, 2.5BA, 2+CG on .68 acres. 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 2 Car Garage.
Spacious eat-in kitchen with S.S. appliances, granite counters,
granite island, tumble stone back breakfast bar, pass through to
splash, double wall ovens. Large large covered lanai, screened
covered lanai, with pass thru pool. Serene setting just under
access from kitchen. Screened one acre located on quiet
pool & spa. cul-de-sac.
RX-10449814 7668 Charleston Way RX-10464692 7683 Wyldwood

8305 Holley Tree Trail, Port St. Lucie, FL 34986

Quality vs Quantity

Lang Sales Per Agent Tops The Competition*

Berkshire Hathaway
$1,029,000-47 AGENTS

Keyes Company
$1,037,000- 40 agents

Atlantic Shores
$1,146,000- 130 agents

Keller Williams of PSL
$1,154,000- 155 AGENTS

Re/max MasterPiece $2,016,000-60 agents

$2,710,000 38
Agents

January 1, 2018 - September 30, 2018

All reports published October 2018 based on data available at the end of September 2018.
Reports pulled from Trendgraphix. Inc. *companies with 10 or more agents

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AWARD-WINNING Teri Smurl judges Puccini, owned by Susan Giannini, in his western wear at the Halloween Pet Parade in the Lakes of St. Lucie West last Saturday. Puccini was later chosen the winner.
‘PROOF’ IS IN THE
PUDDING AT A.C.T. Meanwhile, our pet columnist Bonzo attended the recent Dogs for Life Howl-O-Ween Pawrade and dawg, was it a blast. See Page B14. PHOTO: LINDA THIBEAULT

BY SAMANTHA BAITA | Staff Writer

1 How much of her father’s
madness – or genius – will
she inherit? That’s the problem
facing a young woman in “Proof,”
the Tony- and Pulitzer-winning
play opening at A.C.T. Studio The-
atre in Stuart this Saturday, Nov. 3.
IMDb.com provides a synopsis:
Catherine had lived with her fa-
ther, a brilliant but mentally dis-
turbed (recently deceased) math-
ematician, for the past five years,
quitting her studies on the facul-
ty to do so, and now struggles to
come to grips with her (possible)
inheritance: her father’s insanity.
Increasing her anxiety are one of
her father’s former students, who
wants to go through his papers;
and her estranged sister, who ar-
rives to help organize his affairs.
“Proof,” says the show promo,
“is more about the value of trust
in relationships than mathe-
matical equations, and mixes
in humor with the tumultuous
emotions.” The New York Daily
News states the play “combines
elements of mystery and surprise
with old-fashioned storytelling
to provide a compelling evening

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BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer women can have deep stories and not be stereotypes. and in particular (it’s rare) for a middle-aged woman to
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They’re real people on a musical theater stage. I think it’s have such a full character. She avoids stereotypes. When
Boca Raton native Rachel Bay Jones left home at 20 to
pursue the bright lights of New York. The young perform- important that we see authentic voices and expand our you get down into it, she’s a real human being. She’s flesh
er, daughter of two actors, found work in the ensemble
of “Meet Me in St. Louis” and later appeared in “Fiddler community as artists to give other voices the opportunity and blood and I really appreciate that about her.”
on the Roof,” “Hair,” “Women on the Verge of a Nervous
Breakdown” and “Pippin. to be heard. It only enriches us as a community.” Since leaving “Evan Hansen,” Jones has been doing tele-

In 2016, she was cast as Heidi Hansen, the single moth- Jones also noted that the theater needs to expand its vision and film, including the upcoming Julia Rob-
er of Evan in “Dear Evan Hansen,” and she won a 2017
Tony Award for her role. Jones returns home to South audience to survive, and having diverse people who erts film “Ben is Back.” She’s also loved putting
Florida Nov. 17 for a benefit concert for the Maltz Jupiter
Theatre. The show, “Something Beautiful,” is a solo show, are like people they know brings in a more diverse together her own show.
backed by a 10-piece orchestra.
and wider audience. “It’s an evening of really beautiful music
Jones spoke recently from New York about becoming
an overnight success after 20 years and about what young “Evan Hansen” is a musical with a lot of hu- with a 10-piece orchestra and all new or-
performers have to think about if they want a career in
the theater. “If they take a hard look at my career, most mor, but it touches on serious subjects. Jones chestrations,” she said. “It’s a full meal of
of it was lived not as successfully as I am right now,” she
said. “There are many highs and lows and you have to said that the two are not mutually exclusive. good music.”
keep a strong understanding of why you’re doing this.
The goal is to get closer to some kinds of truth than to “There’s a fine line between tragedy and She is especially excited about perform-
make success in this world.”
comedy in life and on stage,” she said. “Hu- ing on the Maltz stage. Her parents had
“Dear Evan Hansen,” which deals with teens trying to
fit into the world and with teen suicide, is a far different mor allows us to look at more serious sub- been actors, but had given it up.
musical than “Meet Me in St. Louis.” I asked Jones how the
theater has changed. jects and opens a door to look at the subjects, “That’s the theater where my moth-

“I think right now we’re looking more to the theater to allowing us to laugh at ourselves and lifts us er went back to the theater,” she said. “We
be truthful and honest,” she said. “It’s exciting to me. We’re
able to be more honest about people on stage when they out of the darkness. Evan’s friend, Jared’s moved to Florida when I was 12 and they
look like us and have the same problems. Middle-aged
constant humor allows us to suspend dis- went back to the theater. The first thing

belief and it’s a way into the story.” I saw my mother in (on stage) was as

Jones has a great deal of respect for Golde in ‘Fiddler on the Roof.’ It was the

Heidi Hansen. “What I love about her Burt Reynolds Theatre then.”

is that she never gives up,” Jones Rachel Bay Jones has come full cir-

said. “She keeps trying. She’s real, cle, in art and in life.

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IRSC HOPS TO IT WITH FEEL-GOOD COMEDY ‘HARVEY’

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer Moberg said that much of the comedy comes from the PHOTO COURTESY OF INDIAN RIVER STATE COLLEGE
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everyone else is zany. There’s conflict between the doctor
The comedy “Harvey” has a storied history. Written in “It’s almost like they’re the people with problems,” he and the nurse, the head of the sanitarium wants to run
1944 by Mary Chase, it won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama said. “They completely misunderstand what he’s say- away and his sister’s daughter just wants to find a man.”
in 1945. Many know if from the 1950 film starring James ing and doing and they’re drawing him away from the
Stewart as Elwood P. Dowd, a man with an imaginary a happy life he’s chosen. It seems as if everyone else is It makes Elwood, with his rabbit habit, seem like the
friend, the very tall rabbit named Harvey. Elwood’s sis- in denial and he’s the only one who accepts the truth steady one in a sea of zany.
ter’s attempts to have him committed to a sanitarium about himself.”
leads to a series of comic errors that make one question Up next for the theater program is a special event,
who’s really eccentric. One of the challenges of staging this play is that Harvey a theater-devised project called “Strange Truths,” in
never appears on stage. His friend Elwood, played here which students write and perform in a 55-minute
Indian River State College performing arts students by John Stallings, has to have movements that feel as if work which will be performed in the school’s Black Box
will present the play Nov. 8-10 and David Moberg, head he, at least, can see the rabbit. It’s also important that the Theatre Nov. 28-29. “They examine the things people
of the program and director of the play, spoke recently audience believes Elwood can see Harvey. “I keep saying believe,” Moberg said. “The kids are really having fun.
about why he likes it. (to him) to say stuff so that the connection looks real,” They’re learning playwriting and questioning them-
Moberg said. “We have to accomplish that.” selves. The performance is an added benefit.”
“I’ve done ‘Harvey’ before,” he said. “It was one of the
first plays I did when I got here and I really enjoyed the In addition to Stallings, the cast includes Celeste Mi- Indian River State College students present “Harvey”
script. I was looking for an audience-friendly, feel-good randa, Robert Erdman, Matthew Duncombe, Timandra at the McAlpin Fine Arts Center, 3209 Virginia Ave., Fort
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Moberg said that he focuses on a man who has chosen Moberg said that stylistically, the show reminds him of Writer’s note: At a time when diversity in the theater
to look at his own reality. “Elwood P. Dowd is a happy some of the early sitcoms, like “The Andy Griffith Show,” is a hot-button issue, the performances at Indian Riv-
man, in the present moment and enjoying other peo- where all the characters are zany except for the sheriff, er State College reflect our community and the country
ple and hearing their stories. He’s patient and engaged who is the center of the community and the sane one. as a whole. One wonders why it seems to be such a big
and bigger-than-life because he’s truly selfless and deal everywhere else when it seems so natural and or-
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For musical merriment, head to the Barn for a ‘Spell’

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer The “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” is the first of two musicals slated for the Barn Theatre’s regular season. PHOTOS COURTESY OF DENNIS McGEADY PHOTOGRAPHY
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is singing and dancing, as befits a musical, The cast includes Kyle Weber, Austin Al- a surprise announcement, Childe said that
You’ve got to love a show that has a song and also spelling. len, Jeff Scott, Michelle brown. Tom Farley, they are also planning to present a summer
called “My Friend, the Dictionary.” That’s Jenni Lawton, Ben Earman, Zoe Flagg, Wen- musical, “Rock of Ages,” which is celebrat-
one of the numbers in “The 25th Annual “People are eliminated until there are di Nicholson and Elizabeth Lienhardt. Chil- ing its 10th anniversary.
Putnam County Spelling Bee,” which Stu- two people going at it,” Childe said. “It’s de said that choosing the cast had its own
art’s Barn Theatre will present Nov. 1-18. The fun because you don’t know when an audi- challenges. You have the chance to see some exciting
musical comedy about a group of middle ence member gets knocked out. That’s what programming at the Barn this season. Don’t
schoolers, played by adults, who compete makes it interesting. You could be up there “The hardest part about this show is that miss it.
in a spelling bee for the right to move on to almost the entire show. Every time a volun- it needs people who can do improv as well
the national competition, had a good run teer comes up, they poke fun at him. They as sing and dance,” he said. “They have to The Barn Theatre, 2400 SE Ocean Blvd.,
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SPIRITS WERE WILLING AT ‘GHOSTS OF FORT PIERCE PAST’

BY KERRY FIRTH | Correspondent walk. Main Street local historian Joanne plained how his passion for painting and about producing up to 45 paintings a day
Blandford worked with other histori- drinking influenced many of his deci- and employing four salesmen to travel
Fort Pierce was alive and hopping last ans Anne Sinnott, Robyn Hutchinson sions. the highways, selling them out of the back
week with hundreds of people anxious to and Holly Theuns to create the histori- of their cars. He was one of the original
visit the ghosts of Fort Pierce past. More cal timeline and re-enactments. Many of The next stop was the home of Dan and Highwaymen artists who met an untimely
than 1,200 guests pre-registered for the the actors were actual descendants of the Lizze McCarty, who were early realtors death in a shoot-out at a bar.
two-night event featuring four different pioneer families depicted. In addition to and pineapple growers. Across the street
walking tours, and more waited patiently the character actors, there were dozens of was the boarding house of Mrs. Corn- After passing by the haunted cemetery,
with hopes that someone didn’t show. volunteers who assisted with registration stock and the home of fisherman Mose a loud and boastful Henry Flagler con-
and tour guides. Metzger, who made his living fishing and versed with pioneer photographer Harry
“This is our 16th year of hosting these harvesting oysters from the Indian Riv- Hill about the glory days when he built a
historical walking tours” explained Doris The Edgartown tour started at the er. “The Indian River was the only high- railroad through the town and put Fort
Tillman, Fort Pierce Main Street manag- Backus House, where Clara Platts, wife way around here” he explained. “There Pierce on the map. The tour culminated
er. “The program was expanded to four of a pioneer doctor, welcomed the group were no roads and it took six months to at the Pierced Cider works, where thirsty
tours, two each night, with the addition of to her home. She told stories of life in the get mail. The river ran right behind this guests were treated to a cup of local cider.
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ing the Downtown South and North tours out his life in the same residence. Beanie and moved the flow east and we lost our ident Tom Lewis. “I come every year for
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From left: The Indian River Lagoon Science Festival draws a crowd last Saturday in Fort Pierce; Christian Robinson, 3, reaches for a LEGO robotic invention; Abiah Potts, 6, tries her hand with an alligator puppet. PHOTOS: ANTHONY INSWASTY

BY KERRY FIRTH | Correspondent among the crowd. we supplied materials and instruction for relevant and fun for both children and
“We sponsor the parade every year” said
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marched down 2nd street to the Riv- “It’s a fun way to spread awareness and of our favorite events of the year!” Thousands enjoyed hands-on activi-
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Pierce to join festivities at last weekend’s environment, especially our wonderful The fifth annual Indian River Lagoon ties and demonstrations at more than 75
Indian River Lagoon Science Festival. animals. The parade is open to anyone,
Dancing butterflies, swaying jelly fish whether they are students, members of Science Festival celebrated STEAM (Sci- booths sponsored by local business and
and long, winding dragons snaked their Oxbow or someone we met on the street.
way along the waterfront and dispersed We hosted creative Saturday events where ence, Technology, Engineering, Arts and environmental organizations. The Smith-

Math). The family-oriented event fea- sonian Marine Station hosted an algae

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Police Department K-9 team displayed Interested authors must complete and Perm $50
their skills at apprehending bad guys and Writers of adult fiction and nonfiction, submit an application packet, containing Olaplex Treatment $25
laughed at the antics of IBEX puppetry who live in St. Lucie, Martin and Indian a completed form, a copy of the writer’s Facial Wax 3 areas $25
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skill at becoming a human gyroscope and to display and sell. In general, any book fairs. Authors who did participate in last
allowing their bodies to be controlled by a writer plans to exhibit must meet the year’s fair will be accommodated on a
holding a spinning bicycle wheels which same broad criteria as books purchased space-available basis.
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Bonz howls at pooches’ priceless Pawrade duds

I even had a brief yap with K-9 Officer “Well you look super nice!” I told
Falko, a German Shepherd/Malinois
mix an, guess what? He says we can her sincerely.
schedule an INNERview. I’m stoked!
Hi Dog Buddies! Trained service pooch Fritz, a
“Yoohoo, Mr. Bonzo, check us out!”
One of the most Cool Dog Biscuits events called a liddle Yorkie/terrier mix wearin’ Jack Russell/Beagle combo, was also
on my busy social schedule is the Dogs for a pink cowdog hat. “I’m Riley! a Cow-
Life Howl-O-Ween Pawrade. I look forward dog! An this is Nicolas. He’s 11 in hu- dressed like a PIErat, an had one of
to it cuz I get to yap with a buncha you man. He’s Rocket Raccoon, a Guardian
poocheroos, and check out your pawsome of the Galaxy, an I’m his Faithful Com- those way cool, three-corner hats. “I
costooms. Me, I always attend cleverly dis- PANyun. Whaddya think?”
guised as a Springer Spaniel. help my Mom, Judy, with lotsa stuff. I
“Pawsome!” I said.
This year, like always, you pooches Roxie Fermato, a Golden Retriever, even know how to push a Special But-
brought your costoom A-game. Dogs for also wore a cowdog costoom, an also
Life is inna shady, leash-free dog park with a looked Super Adorable. ton to dial 911, if there’s an eeMER-
special building where humans train rescue A pretty, white Standard Poodle
dogs for Very Important Jobs: helping hu- wearing red antlers was hanging out in gency.”
mans, ’speshly sol-jures, with Serious Prob- the shade with a black Standard Poo. I
lems, like if they can’t hear too well or get introduced myself. Babycakes, a bulldog mix, was
around too well, or if they’re duh-pressed or “I’m Angel Showberger,” she replied.
sad and need a Faithful Companion. Stuff “This is my pooch pop, Roger. We’re wearin’ a Breast Cancer Awareness
like that. named for a coupla human TENus play-
ers, Anglique Kerber an Roger Federer. vest. “I’m a rescue from the Vero
Anyway, there were a couple hundred We don’t play tennis ourselves, though.
humans, an 45 costoom pawrade entries. We just chase TENus balls.” Beach Humane Society,” she told me.
First off was a demonstration by a Sheriff’s “Cool Kibbles,” I replied, making a men-
K-9 team, a big, serious pooch officer an his tal note to get her number. “I believe in paying it back by support-
human partner, which always impresses “Guess what, Mr. Bonzo,” a teeny
the Dog Biscuits out of me. Their Very Im- Chi-weenie piped up. (That’s what a Chi- ing an important cause.”
portant Job is mostly to catch Bad Guys. If huahua-Dachshund’s called. Who knew?)
you’ve ever seen ’em work, you know what I “I’m Isabella Chapman. I’m a PIErat. See? I was impressed. “Woof, Babycakes,
mean when I say I’m glad I’m not a Bad Guy.
that is so socially aware of you!!”

A liddle chihuahua trotted up. “Hal-

lo, Mr. Bonz. I’m Oscar. Can I ask your

opinion about something?”

Bobo. PHOTO: DENISE RITCHIE “Sure thing, Oscar.” I noticed Oscar

was dressed as an elephant. Big ears,

trunk an all. It was adorable an hilar-

My Mom, Sunny, made our costooms. Ar- ious.

en’t they Crispy Dog Biscuits?” “Well, since I look like an elephant,” he

“The crispiest!” I said. Isabella was head said seriously, “I’m afraid I might accident-

to toe pie-rat, with red headscarf, pie-rat ly scare somebody. I don’t want anybody to

hat, gold hoop earring, cutlass at her side, a think I’m gonna squash ’em or anything.”

peg leg, and her “signature” sunglasses. “That is very conscientious of you, Oscar,

I was happy to see several rescue but, honestly, I wouldn’t worry,” I assured

pooches an service dogs in the bunch. him. “I think your friendly, non-threaten-

One of ’em, a brindle greyhound rescue ing doganality definitely shines through.

named Lacy Reynolds, was all decked out Just resist the urge to trumpet and you’ll be

in red, white an blue. Golden Retriever fine.”

GeeGee was trained as service dog right The costume that made me laugh most

there at Paws For Life. She was wearin’ was Woody the dashchund, dressed up like

a hot dog costoom, complete with bun, a Tootsie Roll. He was the perfect shape, an

mustard an relish! It ackshully made me he was Totally Workin’ It, havin’ a ball, sum-

a liddle hungry. moning up his Inner Tootsie Roll.

Another cool kibbles Golden was JACC, A big Woofout goes to the humans who

PROVIDING EXCELLENCE SINCE 1986 who was dressed as a lifeguard. I asked always make the Paw-rade fun: The Human

A FULL SERVICE VETERINARIAN CLINIC about his inner-sting name. In Charge, Miss Shelly, inna witch costoom,
We at Kelly’s Animal Hospital are the
one-stop practice for all your best friend’s needs: “You say it like ‘Jack,’” he explained. “I’m zoomed around in a liddle cart thingy, ma-

named for a big sports center at a school in kin’ sure everything was pooch-perfect.

Indiana called No-der Dame. The center’s Lotsa volunteers did Real Important Stuff,

• Computerized state of the art facility, named for a human called Mr. Joyce. One of like keepin’ the water bowls filled; the Sher-
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the sports there is swimming.’” iff’s K-9 team and Color Guard made every-
• Digital radiography
• Acupuncture “Woof, JACC, that does sound import- thing extra special; Hobo Jim played music;
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for dogs & cats. The Dynamic Duo was there, also: Bat- mans park.
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• In house laboratory which allows us man was Terry Spencer, an his faithful Heading home, I was thinkin’ about how

to do most blood- work in house sidekick Robin was service-dog-in-training fun the Pawrade had been, an how much
and have results in 30 minutes
Bentley, a Yellow Lab. I think I wrote the Dogs for Life helps pooches AN humans.

Jamie DeRoin, D.V.M., C.V.A names down right, but I accidently drooled An picturin’ a coupla juicy hot dogs. An
Patrick A. Kelly, D.V.M.
on my notebook while watching GeeGee droolin’ on my notebook again. Rats!

the hot dog.

Then there was Rasta Robbie Rossie, a Till next time,

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PIONEER 5K: ON THE RUN STUART AIR SHOW: ALL SYSTEMS GO!
FOR IRSC SCHOLARSHIPS

BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent A Marine Corps AV-8B Harrier II will be at the Audi Stuart Air Show.

After a hot summer, running season is The Audi Stuart Air Show is landing at PHOTO COURTESY OF SGT. TIFFANY EDWARDS, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
back on the Treasure Coast and in St. Lucie Martin County Airport-Witham Field this
West and Tradition. weekend. Circus acts done in airplanes named to get up close to some of the modern
“Dracula” and “Franklinstein.” If that’s marvels of military air power.
On Saturday, Nov. 10, the inaugural Pio- “This is our 29th year,” said Amy Botte- not Halloween enough …
neer 5K Run/Walk will take off from Pruitt gal, president of the not-for-profit Stuart “We have the Harrier,” Bottegal said.
Campus, 500 NW California Blvd. Air Show. “We’re excited to be one of the Vampire Airshows will be at the show Yes, the United State Marine Corps is
largest events on the Treasure Coast once with the de Havilland DH-115 Vampire, showing up with the McDonnell Douglas
“This is our first run, but it’s going to be a again.” the world’s first single-engine jet fight- AV-8B Harrier II single-engine ground
professional, well-done one,” said organizer er. Work started on the plane in 1941 for attack aircraft that’s famous for its ver-
John Crowe. The Audi Stuart Air Show is the annual World War II. It was completed and start- tical takeoffs and landings. The Harrier
event staged by the organization Stuart ed its service in the Royal Air Force shortly will perform its 90-degree climbing turn
The Pruitt Campus is part of Indian River Air Show. In addition to directly donating after the war ended. It’s not the only taste and ground-shaking high-speed pass.
State College. The walk/run is sponsored by to various Treasure Coast not-for-profits, of World War II at the Audi Stuart Air Show
the IRSC Foundation. Crowe is the alumni the organization uses the annual airshow this year. “We have the F-16,” Bottegal said.
development coordinator. He said walkers to give them a chance to raise money by That’s the Air Force’s General Dynamics
and runners will have a chance to help IRSC doing tasks. “We are going to have … rides on the F-16 Fighting Falcon, which is known
students. “The funds are going toward train- Memphis Belle,” Bottegal said. among its crews and pilots as the Viper.
ing scholarships for IRSC students,” he said. “Everything we make, and we make That plane went into service about the
very little – we give about $25,000 back to This Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress isn’t time the science-fiction television series
The course will take walkers and runners our community,” Bottegal said. the legendary Memphis Belle, but por- “Battlestar Gallactica” aired. The show
along California to Northwest University trayed it in the 1990 movie “Memphis featured small fighter spaceships called
Boulevard. The course will turn onto North- The flying takes off Friday evening, Belle.” Rides are $450 or $650 a person, Vipers, and Air Force personnel liked that
west Peacock Boulevard back to California. Nov. 2. Gates open at 5 p.m. and when the depending on seating. name for what was supposed to be the
After walkers and runners turn on Califor- sun goes down, a lighted show with fire- Fighting Falcon.
nia, they’ll head back to the Pruitt Campus. works will get underway. There will be even more World War II
aircraft. Scott “Scooter” Yolk will show the Other performers that will be at the air
Crowe confessed to not being a runner. Two of this year’s performers do legendary North American Aviation P-51 show are Rob Holland Ultimate Airshows
“I’m not a 5Ker myself,” he said. “I’ll pass out nighttime performance. One is Younkin Mustang in spectacular flight. Jim “Torc” and Chef Pitts. Additionally, the Black
half-way through. But talking to people, they Airshows, with a Beechcraft Model 18 Tobull will show the impressive power of Daggers, the Army’s Special Operations
say they enjoy them.” set up with strobe lights and spotlights. the Vought F4U Corsair. Command Parachute Demonstration
Younkin’s night show has music and Team, will arrive at the Audi Stuart Air
And St. Lucie West is a great place for a smoke effects. The other night performer Along with World War II planes, the Show from 12,500 feet.
run. “They tell me it’s a fast and flat course,” is Vertigo Airshows, which flies the Super Round Canopy Parachuting Team will be
he said. The relative flatness of St. Lucie West Salto Jet Sailplane and SubSonex JSX-2 there. At noon on Saturday and Sunday, The Martin County Airport-Witham
makes it an ideal area for runners looking for Microjet. the paratroopers will drop into a World Field is at 2011 SE Airport Road, Stuart.
personal-best times. War II reenactment and weapons display For information and tickets, visit www.
“Friday night’s show is the best,” Botte- while period aircraft fly overhead. stuartairshow.com. 
To ensure a quality event, the foundation gal said.
got MCM Timing & Results to help organize Along with a look at the historic mili-
it. Owner Mike Melton is the race director On Friday, veterans and spouses get tary aircraft, the air show will be a chance
for the 2019 Marathon of the Treasure Coast, in for $5. Proof of veterans status is re-
which will be on March 3. Melton is also the quired. Youths 6 to 12 also get in for $5.
president of Treasure Coast Running. Those 13 and older, $15. There’s a seat-
ing upgrade available for $8. On Satur-
The foundation, Crowe said, has hosted a day and Sunday, gates open from 9 a.m.
golf tournament to raise funds for the schol- to 5 p.m. Most of the flying action starts
arship fund for years. “Every year we have a around noon both days. Veterans and
waiting list,” he said. their spouses enter for $5 each. Same for
children 6 to 12. Those 13 and older can
That’s because there is a limit to the num- get advanced tickets for $15. At the gate,
ber of golfers that can be in a tournament. they’re $25.
Crowe said foundation members have been
brainstorming for another annual fundrais- “New to the show this year is the Phil-
er and 5Ks are a popular one that don’t limit lips 66 Aerostars,” Bottegal said. The four-
participation. “We’ve been able to give out man team will fly their Yak 52TW planes
$3 million in scholarship funds in the past in 400-horsepower, 250-mph acrobatic
year,” he said. “It’s helped 3,300 students.” shows. Kyle Franklin will thrill the crowds
from the repertoire of Franklin’s Flying
Crowe said the foundation’s scholarship
fund isn’t specific to students in certain Solutions from Games Pages ACROSS DOWN
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104 And others, in Latin 74 History info
American in Paris scenes 106 Of the number 10 77 Cigarette cemeteries
31 Secret org. 107 Hot fast food 79 Royal Indian, variantly
32 Monty Python member who 108 Pressing 81 Skunk River region
109 Bruckner and others 82 Bad day on Wall Street
tried to sell a dead parrot 110 Efficiency expert’s study 83 Home of the McKenzie
34 Contented sounds 111 Analyzes,
35 Role for Clark brothers
36 Salon focus as a sentence 84 Smarts
37 British gun 85 Mason’s need
38 Hit the road DOWN 86 National song
39 Into chunks 1 Cliffs 88 Points of view
41 Religion that advocates 2 Rushed 89 Of the nostrils
3 Jim Palmer, once 90 Mast attachments
world unity 4 Bricks amount? 93 Fireplace, old-style
43 Roman landmark 5 Comic relief of a sort 94 Stars, in Latin
44 Harris character 6 German title 96 Clarinet socket
47 Italian meat, to an Italian 7 Trattoria dessert 97 Study for a surgeon-to-be:
48 Author of Egg Monsters 8 Cat ___ Tin Roof
9 Clublike weapons abbr.
from Mars 10 Keys, in French 98 Enlist again
51 Snigglers 11 NRC’s predecessor 101 Seven-faced doctor of film
52 City of New York 12 Refuse reducer
54 Ward (off) 13 Pushcart purveyors fame
56 Fighter in training 14 Trait of summer shoes 103 Weatherman’s org.
58 Canadian prov. 15 Clinton beat him 105 Growing field?: abbr.
60 British school 16 “___ girl watcher ...” (lyric
61 Tiny one WORDINGTON BOULEVARD By Merl Reagle
62 Shoulder warmers from an O’Kaysions hit)
63 Perfumes 17 ___ column
65 Pilot’s concern: abbr. 18 Throat thingy
66 Take ___ (swim) 19 Marred by wet streaks
68 Earthenware jar 28 Mountaineer’s tool
69 Heart part 30 End of an ailment
71 French busts? 33 Natural, in a way
73 Boundaries, in Spanish 35 Pass a second time on the
75 More macabre
76 Actress Berger track
78 Less sloppy 36 Descendant of Noah’s
79 Texas team
80 Spotted anew second son
82 Singing voice 38 Register of the renowned
83 Dins 39 Like some panels
86 Start of a Fats Domino 40 Really illogical
42 Some hairdos
classic 43 Homes with bars
87 Car colors 44 “Great masterpieces do not
91 Polished off in nothing flat
92 Stealth foilers, give us their ___ the
beginning” (Proust)
45 Finds another secret spot for
46 Native of Susa
47 Roomy road

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