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Doc sees benefit for PSL cops driven to solve
med students from rash of smash-and-grabs
BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer might lead to suspect information
BY MICHELLE GENZ | Staff Writer [email protected] or arrests.
As Cleveland Clinic and the In- Vehicles throughout the City The department recently re-
dian River Medical Center enter of Port St. Lucie are prime targets leased suspect information for
the final stretch of partnership for smash-and-grab burglars, but three separate cases. In one case,
negotiations, one hospital board none more so than those parked the suspects are described as two
member finds herself in the sweet in St. Lucie West and Tradition, ac- black males in a black Nissan Juke.
spot. cording to numbers released by the
Port St. Lucie Police Department. Another case, which occurred
When Dr. Juliette Lomax-Hom- at the CVS in the 1300 block of SW
ier, a practicing gynecologist and Between Jan. 1, 2016, and June St. Lucie West Boulevard on May
dean of the Fort Pierce campus of 11, 2018, there have been more
Florida State University’s medical than 100 smash-and-grab CONTINUED ON PAGE A4
school, cast her vote in January for vehicle burglaries – cases
the Cleveland Clinic to take over when perpetrators break PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN
Indian River Medical Center, she vehicles’ windows and
saw a bright future for her pro- help themselves to any-
gram and the students it trains. thing they find inside.
With the upcoming acquisi- “It is very frustrating,”
tion, there is a strong likelihood Det. Chris Cappozi told
her students will train at a future St. Lucie Voice. “We take
pride in our work.”
Cleveland Clinic Indian River,
and talks are underway The detective has been
for Cleveland to take named the department’s
over Martin Health’s lead investigator on the
three hospitals, where cases and encourages the
FSU students also public to step forward
train. Suddenly, a with any information that
program that for
a decade has qui- INTERIM CITY ATTORNEY WINS
etly trained 40 PRAISE FOR RESTORING ORDER
Getting the hang of it! BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer cussed,” Councilman John Carvelli
a year could find itself offering ro- [email protected] said, addressing Interim City Attor-
tations at as many as four Cleve- PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN ney Stokes at a recent City Council
land Clinic hospitals. In the months following his ap- meeting. “I appreciate your fol-
Corey Little, 5, navigates the new playground at the grand opening pointment to the City Attorney’s low-through on this matter.”
“Who would have ever thought of Woodland Trails Park last Saturday. The 13-acre park is home to a Office, Interim City Attorney Jim
this could happen in Fort Pierce?” playground, dog park, covered pavilion, soccer field and more. Stokes appears to be restoring or- Stokes reorganized the office,
she asked. der to a department that had been streamlined personnel’s titles and
in disarray, mired in gossip and al- job duties, and brought in an As-
Lomax-Homier is not the only legations of sexism. sistant City Attorney.
hopeful one. As the Jan. 30 IRMC
board vote for Cleveland was “I know this is one of the things The City Attorney’s Office now
about to take place, a familiar face when you came here we had dis-
appeared at the door: Dr. George CONTINUED ON PAGE A4
Mitchell, critical care physician
and a beloved member of the
CONTINUED ON PAGE A6
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Exhaustive water study points to widespread bacterial woes in St. Lucie River
BY ADAM LATEN WILLSON | Correspondent possible solutions. an upstream site at White City Park and a site Another possibility Brewton mentions is
Brewton provided context for the study, at the opposite end of the fork, in the estuary that chemical treatment of aquatic plants
The results are in. Throughout the last just south of Club Med. that would normally help clean the river
two years, Port St. Lucie Public Works has saying “every developed area near a water- could be affecting the river’s health.
undertaken a study to determine the ex- way has to deal with water-quality issues as In addition, the river’s tributaries seem
tent to which bacterial and nutrient com- they grow. They’re really complicated issues to be contributing to high concentrations Brewton recommended a few long-term
ponents have impacted the North Fork of and ever-evolving, as we discover new con- of E. Coli in the river, and numerous canal solutions to the council. The city can under-
the St. Lucie River. This microbial tracking taminants. Unfortunately, there is no single sites sent up multiple red flags: Stagamore, take a coupled groundwater/surface water
study was performed in collaboration with solution for maintaining good water quality Hogpen Slough, Veterans Memorial, Elk- study, she says, to better isolate the interac-
Fort Pierce’s Harbor Branch Oceanographic in an urban area, so it’s something that has cam, Monterrey and A-22 are all heavily lad- tion points between the river and the city’s
Institute, St. Lucie County Health Depart- to be revisited over and over again.” en with bacteria and nutrients, where they septic system. Using stable isotopes of water
ment and the Florida Department of Envi- flow into the river. Also, moderate levels of lettuce, sediments and phytoplankton can
ronmental Protection. On May 21, represen- The recent study was undertaken herbicides and pesticides throughout the also hone in on the nutrient sources, as well
tatives from Harbor Branch, who provided throughout the wet seasons of 2016 and whole system would indicate surficial run- as investigation of recycled water and Class
analytic services for the project, met pub- 2017, the dry season of 2017, and during a off issues. A biosolids in the system.
licly with the Port St. Lucie City Council to rain event in 2017. It not only monitored
explain the data. bacterial concentration along the North There is a seasonal correlation, says At the meeting, Mayor Gregory Oravec
Fork, but also tested the waters for nutrient Brewton. During the rainy season, more nu- expressed his interest in future testing for
It is just as the council may have suspect- load to determine possible sources of water trients and bacteria were discovered than ruminant tracers, molecular markers that
ed: There is an overall bacterial problem contamination. during the dry season. Unfortunately, the could establish horse or cow waste, and
throughout the river, there seems to be a study seems merely to illustrate the extent would point more specifically to agricultur-
widespread impact of wastewater on the riv- Molecular and chemical markers were of the problem, but does not identify spe- al sources. He also expressed concern that
er, and excess of herbicides and pesticides tested at two tributary sites, seven sites cific sources. Much of the wastewater in the tributary sites upstream of the city showed
throughout the system indicate an issue along the main stem of the North Fork, and river was found in areas with septic, though high counts of reactive nutrients like am-
with run-off. 10 canals that fed into the river. The molec- Brewton pointed out that it also appears in monium that are generally associated with
ular markers are able to distinguish between areas largely dominated by sewer. Pet and wastewater – a puzzling discovery, since
Rachel Brewton, a research coordina- human and fowl waste, and the chemical agricultural waste, as well as fertilizers, may there are less residents and more farms in
tor with Harbor Branch who specializes in markers are able to detect compounds such also be causing the high levels of pollution. that area.
water quality and ecology, says that since as sucralose and acetaminophen, which
2014, there seems to have been a spike in don’t exist in nature but are ingested by hu- However, Dr. Brian Lapointe, a nutrient At the council’s July retreat, city staff will
“poor exceedances” of enterococci and fe- mans, pointing to wastewater impact. Bac- expert also at the meeting, said that, as of yet, present a detailed cost-effective plan for
cal coliform in the river, which might sug- terial concentration and reactive nutrients there’s no hard evidence for fertilizer run-off furthering the microbial study and adopt-
gest conditions are worsening. The new were also monitored. being a major contributor to the river’s nu- ing possible solutions. Staff was directed to
report should help provide a “roadmap,” trient load, and that further tests are needed focus especially on where septic and iden-
pointing to specific areas of concern and Two particular sites along the river seem before any conclusion can be reached.
troubled by fecal coliform and waste water – CONTINUED ON PAGE A4
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PHOTOS: MITCH KLOORFAIN SMASH-AND-GRABS The few suspects police are able to collar
seem aware of others committing the same
THIS ARTWORK ‘ROCKS’! CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 kinds of burglaries but don’t actually seem to
know each other, he said, which leads inves-
Madison Ramsey, 17, and sister Ellie, 12, get a painting 11, involves a suspect described as a black tigators to believe the main culprits are part
skills lesson from Pat Surniak during the R͚ ocking in PSL͛ female. of a large-scale burglary ring.
rock trade at McChesney Park in St. Lucie West last
Friday. The group meets every other Friday at 10 a.m. And one other case, at LA Fitness located Cappozi said residents need to be mind-
to share and show off their collectible artwork. at 10624 SW Village Parkway on May 25, has ful of their surroundings when pulling into
three suspects described as black males in parking lots. Keep an eye out for people sit-
their 20s with a burgundy four-door Honda ting in vehicles scanning the lot, or those
Civic. “It’s a lengthy investigation for sure,” who drive slowly from aisle to aisle, also
Cappozi said, adding that he believes the scanning the lot.
suspects are from “down south” – in the Mi-
ami/Fort Lauderdale region, or west from Suspects are watching for drivers to move
Orlando. items to trunks or back seats or into center
consoles. If you can, remove all valuables
The suspects leave behind little evidence, from sight well before parking – or, better yet,
he said, explaining that they haven’t left fin- remove them from the vehicle.
gerprints and usually avoid security cameras.
One smash-grab that was caught on camera Cappozi said the bulk of the vehicle bur-
happened in less than 20 seconds, Cappozi glaries occur between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m., and
said. “It’s a big game of cat and mouse.” people are urged to bear that in mind when
going shopping, hitting the gym or going out
The police department patrols public to dinner.
parking lots as best it can, but there aren’t
enough cruisers available to be everywhere Also, it is best to park in a well-lit area
all at once. “They know we’re onto them,” where security cameras can help serve as a
Cappozi said, and they move on to another deterrent to would-be burglars.
“We do care,” the detective said. “We want
to solve these crimes.”
INTERIM CITY ATTORNEY to the council 24/7 by phone. His contract ton on the interview noticed the word and WATER STUDY
with the city is for 12 months. During that raised a concern about it, according to the
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 time, the council continues its search for the report. Osenton dismissed it as an old form CONTINUED FROM PAGE A3
next permanent City Attorney. In the event he had used in his private practice.
has an Interim City Attorney, an Assistant it does hire a new City Attorney, Stokes will tified hotspots intersect, as well as develop
City Attorney, a Chief Deputy City Attorney, remain on board as a “consulting attorney” “We found no hand-written notes on the plans on possible wetland construction that
and four Deputy City Attorneys. until his contract expires. evaluation forms that included the word ‘At- might mitigate nutrient load. City staff will
tractive’ as a criterion for employment,” the also work with Lapointe and other local sci-
The office came under scrutiny at the be- Along with streamlining staff titles, Stokes Human Resources Department wrote in the entists to establish the most effective frame-
ginning of the year after a complaint to the is expected to implement several recom- report. “Nor is there evidence that [City At- work for water improvement.
Human Resources department prompted mendations handed down by the Human torney] Osenton used attractiveness as part
an investigation. The complaint was that a Resources department, which include all of the criteria for selection of a candidate, In recent years, the City of Port St. Lucie
male paralegal in the office was not held to staff in the City Attorney’s Office attend ha- but the fact that the word even appeared on has singled itself out with a highly successful
the standards as the female paralegals. The rassment and discrimination training, along an official form is objectionable.” septic-to-sewer program, and an extensive
subsequent investigation unearthed a myri- with undertaking team-building exercises to stormwater treatment program with proj-
ad of problems under previous City Attorney re-establish trust. Newly hired Assistant City Attorney ects such as the Veterans Memorial Retrofit
Reggie Osenton’s watch. Melany Crawford was selected by Stokes and the McCarty Ranch extension. At the
Aside from the concerns regarding how and affirmed by the City Council. “This ap- end of the presentation, Oravec summed up
The 21-page report prompted Osenton’s differently male and female paralegals were pointment is pivotal to the reorganization the general feeling of the council by saying,
immediate resignation at the end of Febru- treated, the Human Resources investiga- of the [City Attorney’s Office] and will aid “We are the city of Port St. Lucie. That is the
ary. The void was filled with Stokes, who also tion revealed that then-City Attorney Os- in providing better support for Council, St. Lucie River. It is the heart of the city ... if
serves as the City Attorney in Sebastian, in enton himself might have engaged in sexist management, staff and the citizens of Port we continue to take care of it, foster it and
northern Indian River County, albeit on a behavior. According to the report, when St. Lucie,” Stokes wrote in his justification improve it, then it will continue to be the
part-time basis. Osenton was considering applicants for a for the post. community gathering place, and we will be
staff attorney, his list of criteria included reunited with our history, and with some-
Stokes was brought on with a full-time the word “Attractive.” Crawford is expected to act in place of the thing that makes this city very special.”
salary of $200,000. He is only physically in City Attorney as needed and “will be a pivot-
City Hall 24 hours per week, but is available A male staff attorney sitting in with Osen- al part of the City’s executive team.”
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MEDICAL EDUCATION officially doctors, who are still in
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 training under the supervision
“Your Full-Service faculty at FSU-Fort Pierce; Lomax-Homier of more experienced physicians,
Salon” called him “a cornerstone of the medical ed-
ucation department at IRMC.” participating in three years of
Still in his scrubs, Mitchell slipped qui- graduate medical education. Lo-
etly into the first available chair, but did
not elude the notice of board chairman Dr. max-Homier and Mitchell hope
Wayne Hockmeyer, who acknowledged his
presence with respect and affection. the FSU program will thrive under
The unanimous vote that day to join Cleveland’s leadership as a top
Cleveland Clinic’s expanding Florida divi-
sion opened the door for FSU med students academic health system, training
to train at a hospital affiliated with one of
the best and biggest teaching hospitals in residents as well as medical stu-
the country. It also raised the likelihood that
residents will be trained at IRMC. dents.
New Client “The combination of Cleveland Clinic Founded in 2001, FSU Col-
Specials and IRMC offers the exciting opportunity to PHOTO COURTESY OF CLEVELAND CLINIC lege of Medicine is a communi-
expand the collective academic enterprise as
an integrated pan-regional network,” Cleve- na their specialty involves, from the office ty-based medical school. Along with Florida
land executives told Indian River. Along with
supporting the FSU programs, Cleveland exam room to the hospital operating suite International University in Miami and Flor-
said it “would welcome the opportunity to
Balayage Color $75 collaborate to advance and innovate educa- to conferences on patient care. ida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, it is
tion and research.”
“You’re really trying to teach the medi- part of a movement that began in the 1970s.
Mitchell, who was awarded the Excellence
Keratin Special $99 in Teaching award at FSU’s med school grad- cal student the foundation, the bricks and Instead of being integrated with one main
uation last month, is one of more than 200
Retouch & Accent Foils $80 faculty physicians in Lomax-Homier’s pro- mortar,” said Mitchell, who applied for a teaching hospital, FSU uses community
gram, including 70 based in Vero, who cur-
rently teach med students one-on-one for a faculty position when the FSU campus first hospitals surrounding its regional campus-
four- to six-week period. The Fort Pierce stu-
Extension $65 dents follow the doctors into whatever are- opened 10 years ago. Today, Mitchell helps es in Orlando, Pensacola, Tallahassee, Sara-
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latest research are reviewed with students Florida is said to be facing a projected
“to bring everybody up to date.” shortage of 7,000 physicians by the year
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Pest case scenario: Mosquito Control’s open house spreads awareness
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent counties. That stretch of Florida was never of Health, what is now the Florida Depart- “We will never be able to eradicate that
terribly popular in the 1800s, in part be- ment of Health. In 1900, health officials fig- pest,” he said. “But, it’s really important for
The buzz is building for St. Lucie County cause of thick clouds of mosquitos that car- ured out that certain species of mosquitos the public to participate and do their part.
Mosquito Control & Coastal Management ried several diseases that were frequently transmit yellow fever. Mosquito-control ef-
Services’ inaugural open house. fatal in those days. forts started in the Sunshine State, but not “That includes tipping and tossing wa-
fast enough for some. ter-holding containers in their yards. Any-
The event – to celebrate Mosquito Aware- Those dangers were highlighted in 1888 thing that can hold a teaspoon of water can
ness Week – will be 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on when a traveler from Tampa headed to Jack- The Florida Anti-Mosquito Association breed mosquitos.”
Thursday, June 28, at 3150 Will Fee Road, sonville. He was knowingly or unknowingly formed in Daytona Beach in 1922. Yes, the
Fort Pierce. “For the first time, we’ll be open- carrying yellow fever with him. Jacksonville name sounds a bit silly today, but the asso- Mosquito-control efforts have increasing-
ing our compound to the public,” said direc- happened to be having a favorable weather ciation was made up of doctors and health ly turned from spraying chemicals to deny-
tor Glenn Henderson. for mosquitos that year. The com- ing the pests places to breed.
bination was fatal in a city with scientists to push for more mosqui-
“We’re going to have demonstrations of about 20,000 at the time. to-control action. Indian River The most problematic species along Flor-
our equipment, games for the kids and in- County was the first in the state ida’s east coast is the salt marsh mosquito.
formation,” he continued. “We’re going to About a quarter of Jack- to have a legislature-created They don’t lay their eggs in water as most
have a video showing our staff at work. Of sonville’s residents contract- mosquito control district. species do. They lay them in mud that gets
course, we’ll have refreshments.” ed yellow fever. Yellow flags That was in 1925. St. Lucie covered with water later for them to hatch.
hung outside many homes County had the second in St. Lucie County has created 24 mosquito
When the folks at mosquito control are warning people not to ap- 1926. impoundment areas, places it keeps under-
doing their jobs, no one much notices. If proach them. At the time, Henderson said that while water, so the salt marsh mosquitos can’t lay
they didn’t, there probably wouldn’t be people didn’t know mosquitos mosquito-control efforts have their eggs.
many around to notice. Mosquitos long transmitted the disease, although greatly reduced the health haz-
made parts of the Florida Peninsula nearly some suspected. Many of those yel- “There’s a lot of birdwatching and wildlife
uninhabitable. low flags were swapped out for black ones to ards, they still exist. Modern medi- viewing (at the impoundment areas),” Hen-
indicate deaths. There were about 500. cal treatments have greatly reduced death derson said. “We want people to do out and
“Florida is a very swampy place,” Hender- rates from mosquito-borne diseases, but view these areas and enjoy them.
son said. “St. Lucie County used to be part of Many tried to flee Jacksonville. Other stopping their spread is still the best pub-
Mosquito County years ago.” cities in the South formed armed posses lic-health policy. “They have trails. The dykes hold a main-
to prevent them from leaving Jacksonville. tenance road that’s a trail. You can’t drive in
Back in the 1500s, the Spanish called Flor- While reports say some died or were killed Whether or not people go to the open there, but you can hike or bike. We have, for
ida’s east coast “Los Musquitos.” in ill-prepared evacuations, how many is house to learn about the variety of meth- the open house, we’re producing a new bro-
not known. ods mosquito control uses to reduce pop- chure on our mosquito impoundments that
After the United States took possession of ulations, Henderson said they can still play have maps on them.”
Florida, it split the future state into Escam- The yellow fever outbreak prompted the an important role in keeping the pests
bia and St. Johns counties. Not long after, legislature to create the Florida State Board manageable. For more, visit www.stlucieco.gov/mosqui-
Mosquito County was split from St. Johns. to.
It included about a 100-mile-wide stretch
from modern-day Palm Beach to Volusia
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Lucie and Avalon, N.J., passed away June 9. She was born in Roanoke, Va., but spent
11. He was born Aug. 15, 1928, in Philadel- most of her life in Ohio before retiring and
phia, Pa. Richard was a graduate of Norris- moving to Port St. Lucie. Survivors include
town High and Lafayette College. He was a her husband of 69 years, Charles; daughters,
veteran serving in the United States Army Pamela Morris, Jennifer Shea and Rayetta
in Korea. (husband, Donald) Schwering; son, Dan;
four grandchildren; three great-grandchil-
Richard is survived by his wife, Margaret dren; four brothers and three sisters.
“Peg” Hinterleiter; children, Dirk (Amy),
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‘Tick’ tock: Lyme disease growing as Florida threat
BY TOM LLOYD | Staff Writer develop problems with the brain and ner- it goes to the nervous system.” complete and updated list of all their cur-
rent prescriptions and supplements in or-
You can’t hide from Lyme disease in Flor- vous system, muscles and joints, heart “The current testing is pretty inaccu- der to avoid any medication conflicts.
and circulation, digestion, repro- rate early on, unfortunately, because About 85 percent of those bitten by Lyme
While most people think of the disease disease-carrying ticks will quickly develop
in connection with the northeast, Dr. Ai- ductive system and skin.” it’s an antibody test,” she a “bullseye” rash at the site of the bite, and
sha Thomas-St. Cyr at Sebastian Infectious if you develop such a rash, your doctor can
Disease Care and Steward Health says the Not scary enough? Try continues. In other words, advise you on the best course of action.
number of cases of this tick-borne illness
are likely to double in the Sunshine State this: The National Institutes the test looks for antibodies Ticks, whether we like it or not, are ev-
this year. erywhere. They can hitch a ride into your
of Health says that the qual- that your body will eventual- home on your pet. They can latch onto you
And while doubling might seem bad, the unnoticed while you’re hunting, fishing,
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ity of life for Lyme patients ly produce in reaction to the walking on a nature trail along the Indian
recently increased its projections for the to- River lagoon or even on a well-manicured
tal number of Americans who will contract is “consistently worse” than bacterium, but by the time golf course.
Lyme Disease nationwide this year by a fac-
tor of 10: from 30,000 to 300,000 – or more. for patients with congestive that happens, it may already And, as Thomas-St. Cyr points out, it’s not
just Lyme disease that can be transmitted by
The Florida Lyme Disease Association heart failure, with pain levels be too late. blood-sucking ticks. “There’s about four or
says the disease is “about 10 times more five other things you can get from the same
common than previously reported” in this that are “similar to post-sur- In its earliest stages, Lyme tick. So, even if you don’t find Lyme’s, you
state, as well. have to think of the co-infections.”
gical patients” and consis- disease can be stopped –
The mismatch exists mainly because it All that said, Lyme disease is not a crisis
is one of the most difficult diseases to ac- tent fatigue problems “on quickly, easily and effectively in Florida – at least not yet. But Thomas-St.
curately diagnose – which is a big problem, Cyr simply urges caution, watchfulness
since it can become painfully debilitating if par with that seen in multi- – with antibiotics, but some and, of course, seeking your doctor’s advice
left untreated. if you think you’ve been bitten by a tick.
ple sclerosis patients.” Dr. Aisha Thomas-St. Cyr. insurers won’t pay for those
The website for the education, research Dr. Aisha Thomas-St. Cyr is at Sebastian
and advocacy group, lymedisease.org, says Strangely, Lyme disease PHOTO: DENISE RITCHIE antibiotics until antibodies ID Care at 7955 Bay Street, Suite 2 directly
“if Lyme disease is not diagnosed and treat- south of the Sebastian River Medical Center.
ed early, it can spread and may go into hid- is a relatively “new” disease. in your blood are detected. The phone is 772-388-9155.
ing in different parts of the body. Weeks,
months or even years later, patients may It was first officially diagnosed in the Unit- And that’s the problem. People need to
ed States in 1977 in the town of Old Lyme, be treated earlier. As Thomas-St. Cyr says,
Connecticut. Originally thought to be lim- “the best time to treat you is early. Before
ited to the northeast and upper Midwest, the disease has a chance to spread to your
Lyme disease now presents itself in nearly nervous system, your bones, your joints.”
every state in the union, as well as in Eu- Anticipating the next question, Thom-
rope and Asia. as-St. Cyr quickly adds that the best thing to
Lyme disease is caused by the bacterium do if you’ve been bitten by a tick is to go see
“Borrelia burgdorferi” which is transmit- your doctor right away. Even if your insurer
ted to humans through the bite of infected balks, the out-of-pocket cost for antibiotics
black-legged ticks, also known as deer ticks. that will prevent serious problems later in
“It’s a spirochete. It’s like a cousin of life can be as little as $15.
syphilis,” says Thomas-St. Cyr. “That’s why She also reminds everyone to bring a
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■ Wood Interior/Exterior Doors it’s difficult to take them all in. From the ex- six-burner gas range to the stainless-steel ap-
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■ Patio & Sliding Glass Doors several cars to park, to the in-ground pool and granite countertops, and a backsplash in
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■ Mirror Wraps As you enter the house, you step onto the hood. There is also the indispensable pot fill-
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entry way is the living room, a spacious 13- bedrooms, one 15-by-11 and the other 12-
by-16, with slider doors to the paved lanai. 6-by-12-6. They share a bath and each has a
Step outside onto the flagstone-covered la-
nai and you see the in-ground pool, spa and
waterfall, and three fire pits, all of it fenced
in with views of the lake beyond and golf
views beyond that. Landscaping and trees
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from the kitchen with a countertop on the
lanai side of the window so that food and
FEATURES FOR 7983 PLANTATION LAKES DRIVE
Neighborhood: Reserve Plantation in PGA Village
Year built: 1995 • Construction: CBS
Size: 2,882 sq. ft. • Total square footage: 6,104
Bedrooms: 3 • Bathrooms: 2.5
Flooring: marble • Security: manned gate, owner system
Additional features: panel shutters, Bose surround sound in en-
tire house, spa and waterfall, 2 garage spaces and additional space
for golf cart, air conditioning and surround sound in garage
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Listing agent: Kay Rodriguez, 772-486-2126
Listing price: $749,000
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large closet with built-ins. A cabana bath and a soaker tub with jets, a frameless shower
laundry room are also close by. with a seat and those lovely Tuscan-style
tiles. There are two vanities and beautifully
The master bedroom, again a magnif- etched frosted-glass windows that allow in
icent size at 22-by-15, is angled so that it the light and preserve privacy.
nestles into its space with views of the love-
ly outdoors. Sliding doors give private ac- One of the really nice extras in the house
cess to the pool area. There are two walk-in is Bose surround-sound throughout. It even
closets with built-ins. The master bath has
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TRADITION AND ST. LUCIE WEST REAL ESTATE SALES
TOP SALES OF THE WEEK
A quiet week on the Tradition and St. Lucie West real estate front saw only seven transactions
of single-family residences and lots from June 11-15.
The top sale of the week was the home at 6442 NW Hope Court. First listed in March for
$325,000, this 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 1,818-square-foot house sold for $305,000 on June 14.
The week’s next-best sale was the residence at 11483 SW Mountain Ash Circle. First listed in
April for $297,900, the 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 2,135-square-foot abode sold for $290,000 on
SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCES AND LOTS
TOWN ADDRESS LISTED ASKING PRICE SOLD
PORT SAINT LUCIE 6442 NW HOPE COURT 3/2/2018 $325,000 6/14/2018 $290,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 11483 SW MOUNTAIN ASH CIRCLE 4/13/2018 $297,900 6/15/2018 $274,900
PORT SAINT LUCIE 279 SW LAKE FOREST WAY 3/19/2018 $289,000 6/12/2018 $250,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 8329 BELFRY PLACE 4/18/2018 $254,900 6/11/2018 $245,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 437 SW FAIRWAY VISTA 5/11/2018 $250,000 6/15/2018 $235,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 2304 NW DEL CORSO CT 1/23/2018 $249,000 6/14/2018 $229,500
PORT SAINT LUCIE 136 NW PLEASANT GROVE WAY 3/29/2018 $239,950 6/11/2018 $169,900
PORT SAINT LUCIE 1218 NW SUN TERRACE CIRCLE UNIT B 5/1/2018 $169,000 6/13/2018
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11483 SW Mountain Ash Circle, Port Saint Lucie 279 SW Lake Forest Way, Port Saint Lucie
Listing Date: 4/13/2018 Listing Date: 3/19/2018
Original Price: $297,900 Original Price: $289,000
Sold: 6/15/2018 Sold: 6/12/2018
Selling Price: $290,000 Selling Price: $274,900
Listing Agent: Cesar Trujillo Listing Agent: Kay Rodriguez
Selling Agent: Keller Williams Realty Selling Agent: Lang Realty
Gary Sacrestano Melissa Baio
Coldwell Banker Paradise Coldwell Banker/Thos J White RE
8329 Belfry Place, Port Saint Lucie 437 SW Fairway Vista, Port Saint Lucie
Listing Date: 4/18/2018 Listing Date: 5/11/2018
Original Price: $254,900 Original Price: $250,000
Sold: 6/11/2018 Sold: 6/15/2018
Selling Price: $250,000 Selling Price: $245,000
Listing Agent: Sharon Rudd-Boulanger Listing Agent: Amanda Kelly
Selling Agent: Lang Realty Selling Agent: The Keyes Company
Mary-Lynn Ninesling Lucas Worthy
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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 17 “The pool with the fire pit and the views is
the ultimate party/entertainment backyard,”
extends to the garage, which means that the he said. There’s a nice covered area as well.”
man of the house can tinker in there or work
on a project and still have his music. That This is a house in which no expense has
the garage is also air-conditioned just adds been spared, yet it is still a house that a
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home. You’ll notice even more when you see
Chris Rodriguez, agent for Lang Realty, it in for yourself.
said the house is ideal for entertaining.
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Master suite offers two California closets, bath with double
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8305 Holley Tree Trail, Port St. Lucie, FL 34986
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door, kitchen w/upgraded cabinets, new Corian counters, new SS appls, situated, 3BR, 3BA PLUS den, updated kitchen w/granite, 42” cabinetry, pass-thru 2467 Liv Sq Ft. 3BR, 3.5BA PLUS on oversized pie shaped lot, tile on diagonal, SS appls, 3BR en-suites & 2 driveways, spacious kitchen, breakfast area & large
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STUNNING LAKE VIEW Immaculate 2BR, 2BA, 2CG home, 1 year new POOL HOME – FENCED YARD 3BR + den, 2BA, split floor plan w/ PREMIUM CORNER PROPERTY ON THE LAKE. 3BRs, 2BAs, RARE FENCED YARD HOME in PGA VILLAGE 3BR, 2BA, 2CG home,
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Waterlily Celebration. photogenic garden, the Waterlily Celebration
1 Bobby Bones. It’s a name attracts photographers by the hundreds, best petals forward, taking center stage and
familiar to virtually every A diverse crowd wandered the lush paths along with artists and horticulturists from
country music fan on the planet. – young and old, couples and families, long- punctuating the myriad ponds and winding
And this pleasant-voiced radio DJ,
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ing his eponymous “Bobby Bones
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ally-syndicated morning show in
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a stand-up comedian. He says he
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my warped mind,” and even rel-
ishes taking the chance of failing,
on stage alone, because “if you
fail, at least it means you’re try-
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sical guest, Brandon Ray, among
the new vanguard of country
singers of the mid-2010s who,
says Allmusic.com, “draw equal-
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SHAKESPEARE HERE: A.C.T. PRESENTS ‘MACBETH’
BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer people studied it in school, it’s easy to follow the plot and it Then, of course, there is the blood.
has a lot of exciting things, including blood-thirsty battles, There’s a lot of it in “Macbeth,” but A.C.T. has perfected a
Actors and athletes are superstitious creatures. While I
don’t usually write about athletes, I do write a lot about ac- scenes with witches, conspiracy and madness. There’s pow- stage recipe for it which will remain secret to keep its mys-
tors. One of the best known superstitions is not saying the
name of Shakespeare’s “Macbeth,” referring to it, instead, as er at any cost. There are a lot of nice things for actors to sink tique. Suffice it to say that they have been using it in “Death-
“The Scottish Play.” There are many reasons given for this,
including the play being cursed, either by real witches or bad their teeth into.” trap” to great effect.
actors. There are even methods given to dispel the curse, one
involving spitting over a shoulder. “Macbeth” also has a good-sized Finally, there is the scenery.
For those intrepid souls willing to take a chance, “The cast of about 40 and O’Donovan will “It’s generally spare,” O’Donovan
Scottish Play” will be presented by A.C.T. Studio Theatre in
Stuart July 20-22 and July 27-29. This is actually a stroke of be using 20 actors in the production. said. ”I’m finally getting to make use of
luck because we do not often have the chance to see Shake-
speare on the Treasure Coast. A.C.T. is known for its risk-tak- Several actors will play two, three or periaktoi.”
ing programming and this is, curses aside, a risk. It’s hard
to know in advance, as you do with a Michael Parker farce, even four roles, which O’Donovan Peri what?
whether there is an audience for such a play.
noted was not at all unusual for Shake- “It’s a stage technique going back
Research to refresh my memory about the play reminds
me that it is always timely, foretelling the damaging effects speare. Unlike with some other of to ancient Greece,” O’Donovan said.
of seeking power for its own sake. It anticipates Lord Acton’s
famous dictum that “power corrupts and absolute power Shakespeare’s plays, there will be no “There are triangular columns. We’ll
cross-gender casting. use four. Each column face has a dif-
Dennis O’Donovan of A.C.T. Studio Theatre explained
why he chose this play. “This is set in medieval Scotland, ferent scene. When the columns are
“We are hoping to maintain momentum, doing at least where men were men and women rotated, they change from a stone wall
one Shakespearean play a year,” he said. “Last year, we did
‘The Tempest’ and the year before, a tasting menu of scenes were women, so it was really danger- to a meadow to a forest. You change the
from various plays. We pride ourselves on the quality of our
Shakespeare and making it enjoyable for the audience. ‘Mac- ous to be Scottish,” he said. mood by twirling the columns.”
beth’ is one of the shortest plays and abridging is not neces-
sary. That was a factor, but it was not the only factor. A lot of In addition to the play itself, O’Don- O’Donovan first became aware of
ovan plans to use a variety of tech- the technique when he was with a trav-
niques to enhance the production. eling theatre in New York. He has hired
“We’re hoping to bring a lot of really a professional artist to do the faces and
interesting components,” he said. “We Collin Greco in “Macbeth.” they have discovered a form of fluores-
have a pair of fight choreographers so cent paint that lights up under black
the fighting is gripping. We’ll have ef- PHOTO COURTESY A.C.T. STUDIO THEATRE light but goes on clear. “We’re making
fects with makeup; the witches lend themselves to interest- heavy use of it with the witches.”
ing interpretations. We intend to use puppetry to represent You’ll have to come to “Macbeth” to see the effect. It won’t
apparitions the witches conjure up. They are described in be any toil or trouble.
the script as specific images that could be played by actors,
but we’re having actors manipulating puppets. The costum- Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” will be presented July 20-22 and
ing is not classical. We’re updating it, but with a nod to Scot- July 27-29 at A.C.T. Studio Theatre, 2399 SE Ocean Blvd., Stu-
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The Brennity at Tradition has expanding to BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer where I was able to perform in children’s
add 41 brand new assisted living apartments [email protected] shows in the area. That was my first
to the community. Residents enjoy an active experience doing theater for children.
lifestyles program, chef-prepared meals, It’s always a treat when Missoula Chil- When I looked for a summer job, I stum-
fitness center, beauty/barber shop, and so dren’s Theatre comes to Fort Pierce in bled across MCT. Going in to learn a
much more. Discover why so many people the summer. Kids have a wonderful op- show and tour and teach children every
choose The Brennity at Tradition. portunity to be part of a show and learn week was exactly what I wanted to do.
skills that will take them far beyond the I’ve only been doing it for a few weeks
Call today to find out how you can reserve stage. and it’s been an absolute blast.”
your spot in this exclusive club.
Each MCT camp has a maximum of The two leaders were in Georgia when
COT TAGES • INDEPENDENT LIVING 64 students ages 6-18 who come togeth- I spoke with Ujkstivani, who had driven
ASSISTED LIVING • MEMORY CARE er on Monday and audition and learn a from Missoula to Georgia with the truck
show to present to friends and family on with all the scenery, props and costumes.
772.345.2700 | BrennityTradition.com Friday evening. MCT brings profession-
ally-designed scenery and costumes to “When you’re taking the training, it
10685 SW. Stony Creek Way | Port St. Lucie, FL 34987 accompany the original musicals that sounds very hectic and impossible to
are based on folklore and fairy tales. put on a show in five days,” he said. “The
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From June 25-29, campers will re- your partner and work together. After a
hearse “The Pied Piper.” This original few weeks, it comes naturally. You start
adaptation still asks what a town is to do rehearsing and you get to know the kids
when it is overrun by ravenous rats. Sara and get their personalities in the show. It
and the other townspeople turn to the all comes together in the end.”
Mayor of Hamelin and the Town Coun-
cil, who call on the Pied Piper to save Ujkstivani said that they never lose
them. Everyone runs to help him, but sight of the real purpose for what they
there’s trouble when the town chooses are doing.
not to pay the Piper and the children are
led away. “You try your best to focus on intro-
ducing theater to such a young group,”
Each production brings two adult he said. “Some kids have done MCT for
actor/directors who alternate being in years and they love it, but for some kids,
the cast or directing the show. They are it’s the first time. (You let them know)
often assisted by older campers who be- that the most important thing is team-
come assistant directors. The goal is to work and that not everyone gets this op-
put on a great show, but also to carry out portunity.”
MCT’s mission of “developing life skills
in children through participation in the Missoula Children’s Theatre’s sum-
performing arts.” mer camp presents “The Pied Piper” at
the Sunrise Theatre, 117 S. Second St.,
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are the two leaders for “The Pied Piper.” 461-4775 or visit www.sunrisetheatre.
Ujkstivani spoke recently about why he com. The camp for “Snow White and the
loves working for MCT and what they Seven Dwarfs” will be held July 9-13 and
hope to accomplish. “I am a theater ma- “Blackbeard the Pirate” will be held July
jor at Oakland University in Michigan,” 23-27.
he said. “I’ve had a few experiences
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POOCHES ‘HANG 20’ FOR HUMANE SOCIETY!
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The Beach at Pepper Beach Park was filled with peeps and pooches
June 26, a fantastic turn-out, everyone agreed, for the inaugural St. Lucie
Surf Dog Classic – “Surf Dogs: Hang 20” – to benefit the St. Lucie County
Humane Society. Presenting sponsor was Dyer Subaru.
About 20 dogs were there to compete in two categories: Tandem,
when the human paddles the board to shore and the dog rides in front,
standing on the board all the way to shore. (No jumping in too soon.);
and Solo, in which the dog rides the surf board all by him or herself, once
his or her human gets the board in position. By 8:30 a.m. the surfers were
signing in and hitting the beach, and by 9 the competition was under-
way. The surf was more glassy than gnarly, but picked up a bit later in the
Surfing to first place in the Solo category was Willie Vought, a yellow
lab in only his second time out. Second place went to surfing veteran
and frequent trophy winner Waldo Leverette, a Tibetan Terrier. Although
there were a lot of excited dogs, there were no serious canine alterca-
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‘Sunrise Sundays’ means major movies
BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer Jackman as “The Greatest Showman.” The PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN
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enjoy the still relatively young form of enter- last season. The event took place last Friday at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center.
tainment called the movies. The wonderful Madeleine L’Engle book,
“A Wrinkle in Time,” will be shown Aug. 12. Bar Open Late Every Night
This summer, the theater will again show The science fantasy adventure film stars
films on the big screen and the good news Storm Reid, Oprah Winfrey and Reese With-
is that these movies are free. You can escape erspoon. It’s a show that is ideal for both the
the heat, treat yourself to goodies at the con- boys and girls in your life.
cession stand (and what would a movie be
without something salty or buttery?) and A little fantasy is just what’s needed in the
enjoy the show. All movies are at 3 p.m. on dog days of summer and “Beauty and the
Sunday, making it an ideal way to laze away Beast,” on Aug. 19, fits the bill. The film stars
a hot day. Emma Watson and Dan Stevens and is a live
action version of the well-known and much
There are six movies on tap, beginning beloved 1991 Disney animated film.
with“Mamma Mia” July 8.The mega-hit stars
Meryl Street, Pierce Brosnan and Amanda The season ends Aug. 27 with 2017’s Best
Seyfried and tells the tale of a mother, Don- Picture, “The Shape of Water.” The fantasy
na, her daughter, Sophie, and Sophie’s three drama stars Sally Hawkins, Octavia Spen-
possible fathers. Telling more of the story cer and Michael Shannon and also won an
will give it away. If you know the ending, it Academy Award for Best Director Guillermo
doesn’t matter because it’s such fun. del Toro.
Next up is “Three Billboards Outside The Sunrise Theatre, 117 S. Second St., Fort
Ebbing, Missouri.” The 2017 drama, which Pierce, presents free movies on selected dates.
will be screened July 22, tells the story of a The event is free, but tickets are available at
mother who rents three billboards to call at- the box office from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mon-
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As pooch pals go, Bonz thinks Skye’s the limit
“That’s right. Mommy was On decided to have the Puppy Pre-
Line lookin’ for a Yellow Lab, an
she found a litter in Ocala. My view at the store during the Sun-
litter. She came over to check
Hi Dog Buddies! us out an, of course, she picked set Stretch event.”
ME cuz I was the adorable-est.
This week, I met a young mother, Skye An yellow. But me an my best “The what?”
Walker (nope, her name has absolute- fren Marshall (he’s a Chocolate)
ly nothing to do with that movie. It was didn’t wanna be separated. We “Sunset Stretch. Ladies put on
just a coincidence). Skye is a 2-year-old stuck together like burrs on fur.
Lab with a pretty soft yellow coat, real fe- He was also super adorable. comftubble clothes and get in all
muh-nun. Me an my assistant met her at Thank Lassie, Mommy came
her Mom’s business over on the beach. It’s home with both of us. sortsa funny positions an breath
called a SPA, which is a place where hu-
mans (ladies mostly) go to get all spiffed “Our puppyhood was fun! We through their noses. I think it’s
up. Since Skye doesn’t ackshully work jumped in the pool right away,
there herself, me an my assistant an Skye’s being reTREEvers an all. An we called Yogurt. One of the posi-
Mom and her fren got settled in to wait for still really enjoy doggie day care.
Skye’s human sister to bring her over. We don’t get homesick at all tions is the Downward Dog! Can
when we’re there, an we’ve got
Soon as they walked in, Skye came right a ton of pooch pals. Sometimes you buh-LIEVE it? Anyway, a
up for the Wag-an-Sniff, then gave my we have play dates with Grand-
assistant some frenly slurps. “Welcome! ma Phyllis and Nicholas, he’s a buncha ladies came to do Yogurt
Welcome, Mr. Bonzo an Mr. Bonzo’s As- shih tzu. That’s always Cool Kib-
sistant. Have you met my Mommy, Chris- bles. I’m a major Lizard Fanatic. Can’t re- and see the puppies. Even with-
tine, an her fren Tonya? She helps Mom- sist the thrill of the chase. Mommy hunts
my with PR, that’s Pooch Relations. This is for sea glass an I hunt lizards, an Marshall out any practice, they behaved
my sister Nicki. My other sisters are Katie just goes along for the ride. He thinks I’m
an Jen.” silly. He’s way more reserved than me. beautifully. Me an Marshall were
When Mommy’s at work, we watch Dog
“I appreciate your time, Skye,” I told TV. Once, when Mommy forgot to turn it so proud!”
her. “I expect you’re relaxing after all those on, I accidently ate the remote. I was just
puppies. So tell me how it all came about. Skye pawsed an wiped her
I understand you’re from Ocala.”
eyes. “I’m happy our liddle muf-
fins all got good homes, but It
Skye. was Soggy Dog Biscuits sayin’
goodbye. It felt so empty and
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quiet when they were all gone.
Honestly, Mr. Bonzo, poor Mar-
tryin’ to locate the ‘on’ button. shall is having a harder time with Empty
“Mommy started us in school pretty Nest than me.
early to learn Behavior Around Humans “I told him, soon as the puppies are
and Fellow Animals; O-bee-dee-ence; an old enough, we’re gonna have a reunion
what stuff we should Never Do Under Any at the Dog Park, an we’ll get to see how
Circumstances. We practiced Manners much they’ve grown. I can’t wait. We’re
by being Official Mascots an Greeters at bringing Kleenex.”
Mommy’s other place, Katwalk. Honest- I felt sad for her an changed the sub-
EXTENDED GROOMING HOURS! ly, I don’t understand that name: there’s ject. “What kinda food and snacks do you
Mon,Tues,Wed, Fri until 6pm, Saturday - until 3pm lotsa clothes an stuff but I NEVER saw a prefer?”
CAT in there, walkin’ or sittin’ or nappin’ “We get kibbles in Maze Bowls. They
or anything. Personally, I wudda called it curve around like a maze to keep us from
‘Dogwalk,’ you know?” gobbling. Mommy’s teachin’ us to fold
“I see what you’re sayin.’” our paws an bow our heads before meals.
“Anyway, we were progressing nice- We’re not quite there yet. My most favor-
ly in our classes when we found out me ite snack is Pig Ears. Marshall’s cool with
an Marshall were gonna have puppies. Milk Bones, but just gimme a nice Pig
So I hadda drop out of school. Mommy Ear!”
got a Dog Nanny, Kelly, for me while we “Are you woofin’?”
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We at Kelly’s Animal Hospital are the
one-stop practice for all your best friend’s needs: so nice. Our puppies were born in April, wouldja look at the time. It’s been great
seven wiggly liddle muffins: five girls an yappin’ with you.” I rose.
two boys, in Basic Lab Colors: chocolate, Skye laughed. “No worries, Mr. Bonzo.
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FUNDRAISERS HELP CAREBAG HELP HOMELESS other 27 percent attributed it to one or more
disabilities. About 11 percent attributed it to
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent That was where the organization started – as ing progress to the Department of Housing substance abuse, and 11 percent to lack of
a ministry of that church. “We outgrew our and Urban Development’s efforts to reduce affordable housing in the area.
About three years ago, Rozanne “Roxy” ministry,” Brown said. “With the blessing of homelessness among veterans. There was a
Brown and her husband noticed something the church, we split off.” 15 percent drop in homeless veterans found Brown said she’s certain the Point in Time
that’s easy to miss in Port St. Lucie – home- on the Treasure Coast from 2017 to 2018. Homeless Count has low numbers that dis-
less people. They decided to help them. Turned out, there were more neighbors guise the size of the homeless population.
without walls than Brown and the church While homelessness appears to be down She said many aren’t convinced they’re
“We started out with peanut butter and first realized, so everyone agreed CareBag regionally, St. Lucie seemingly had an in- homeless. “A lot of people who live in tents
jelly sandwiches,” she said. “Packing them needed to be a stand-alone not-for-profit crease this year over last. Surveyors found don’t think they’re homeless,” she said. “If
at our church and serving them with bottled that could focus on helping the homeless. 533 adults and 251 children and youths you’re living in a tent off Midway Road,
water.” homeless in St. Lucie this year. That was you’re homeless, sweetheart.”
The tea party, which is a chance to dress 98 more adults and 44 more children and
Brown is the founder and CEO of CareBag to impress with hats, gloves and umbrellas, youths than they found countywide in 2017. CareBag is a Treasure Coast Homeless
Inc., a Port St. Lucie not-for-profit dedicat- will start at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $15. The Services Council member organization.
ed to helping the homeless on the Treasure church is at 4501 SW Savona Blvd. in Port St. In addition to the sheltered and unshel- Brown said that in addition to helping feed
Coast. “We call them our neighbors without Lucie. tered homeless, the council found 1,750 the homeless, CareBag gives them toiletries,
walls,” Brown said. individuals who were temporarily residing hygiene products and referrals to agencies
The Treasure Coast Homeless Services with family or friends, so-called “couch surf- and organizations that can help with partic-
People interested in helping out have Council reports that its 2018 Point in Time ers.” The largest number was in St. Lucie. ular problems.
some chances to do so coming up. On Homeless Count – done on Jan. 26 – found
Thursday, June 28, the Tin Roof Bar & Grill 1,542 homeless people in St. Lucie, Mar- Unsheltered individuals – those we typi- For more about CareBag Inc., Bingo for a
is hosting BINGO for a Cause, a fundraiser tin and Indian River counties. The possible cally think of as “homeless” – who answered Cause, and the Garden Tea Party, visit www.
for CareBag. The restaurant is at 5701 Or- good news is that figure is down 11 percent questions about the causes of their home- carebagfl.org. CareBag is active on Facebook,
ange Ave., Fort Pierce. Bingo will be 7 p.m. from the year before. lessness mostly (51 percent) attributed it www.facebook.com/carebagfl.org.
to 9 p.m. “Our goal is to get a mobile shower to a lack of employment opportunities. An-
unit,” Brown said. “That’s what we’re work- The council attributed some of the seem- Fall In Love
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9 Notorious traitor 81 Way to address a 10 At the usual level abroad
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guru 12 Decked out
Pythagoras was 83 Dallas nickname 13 Lip played Rhoda’s
born 86 Flame Trees of 14 Card-game husband Joe on
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Bow 90 Dream, in Reims Kokomo
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26 City of rubber (do some hairy one’s 92 Earth goddess
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28 London district 94 Kobe robe 17 Cortes’s loot store
29 Religious accessory 18 Dirty Harry’s city, 97 A, to Otto
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Home” 100 Munich medic 25 Asia Minor folks, 99 Donkey
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and-sympathy No. 2 on an old 38 Hairy cousin of 108 Emits vapor
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playwright 120 Health store 41 Faxed team, for short
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New Year’s Eve vegetarians? 45 When Brigitte 122 Outspoken
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motto 127 Indian pole 47 “Everybody 123 Yak, yak, yak
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SUIT-PREFERENCE SIGNALS THE SUIT QJ4
By Phillip Alder - Bridge Columnist A983
Amy Lowell, a poet who died in 1925, said, “In science, read by preference the newest KQJ
works. In literature, read the oldest. The classics are always modern.”
A 10 2
That sounds reasonable. At the bridge table, we have a preference that comes up in this
deal. First, though, look at the East hand. What should he bid after South opens one WEST EAST
spade, West passes, and North responds three no-trump to show 4-3-3-3 distribution, 852
three spades and 15-17 high-card points? Then, where does the preference occur? K76542 3
North’s three-no-trump response is an unusual agreement these days, but was textbook 764 —
50 years ago. (Nowadays, North would probably respond two clubs, which would leave
East in a quandary. He might make a three-diamond weak jump overcall.) A 10 9 7 6 2
Over three no-trump, East should intervene with four no-trump, showing at least 5-5 in KJ9853
the minors. South would probably double because his hand does not suggest a slam in
spades. West will run to five clubs, and North will double. SOUTH
Against five clubs doubled, North might lead the ace and another club, which would A K 10 9 7 6
result in down one. Better here would be the club-two lead. If declarer misguesses, he
goes down two (or three if South shifts to a low spade at trick two). Q J 10
However, suppose North rebids five spades. Then West will lead his singleton diamond. 854
East wins with the ace and returns the diamond 10, his highest-remaining diamond, as
a suit-preference signal for the higher-ranking of the other two side suits (hearts and Q
clubs). West ruffs and gives his partner a heart ruff to defeat the contract.
Dealer: South; Vulnerable: North-South
SOUTH WEST NORTH EAST OPENING
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FOR EFFECTIVE SWING, TIMING MUST BE ON YOUR SIDE Kevin’s
As the old cliché says, timing is everything the proper order, resulting in great pressure sure that the left side has. This will help you
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