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Published by Vero Beach 32963 Media, 2017-10-19 00:02:03

10/20/2017 ISSUE 42

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Eating disorders walk

A4 A12 B7Tradition event raises awareness
Time to java ’nother! She’ll always have Paris

Coffee linked to longer life Part Deux of Koppel’s travelogue

VOLUME 2, ISSUE 42 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2017

CHIEF EMERSON RETIRES IN FIRE DISTRICT SHAKEUP Burglary fears
at PGA prompt
safe purchases

A packed house filled the St. Lucie County Fire Board meeting as Fire Chief Buddy Emerson retired following a no-confidence vote. PHOTOS: MITCH KLOORFAIN BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer
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BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer the firefighters union, alleging a number of board spoke to the
[email protected] issues – effective next February, but the board interim. Real or imagined, the fear of be-
decided to accept it immediately. ing burglarized has some residents
The fire chief is out, an interim chief is in Board member of PGA Village on edge, sending
– and the Fire District Board is casting a wide There was discussion regarding allowing Shannon Martin several to a local gun shop to buy
net to find the next leader. Emerson to stay within the district in some named Spera her pick for interim fire chief, safes to stow their precious be-
role. Currently, he will serve as a consultant noting that he was the runner-up the last time longings.
District Chief Nate Spera was selected to during the transition. the board selected a chief. She said the board
fill the leadership post while the board works owes it to the community to have someone in Last week alone, St. Lucie
with a consulting firm to select the new Fire “Today may be more immediate than the post they trust and respect. Shooting Center sold four safes to
Chief. Buddy Emerson submitted his retire- he anticipated,” board Chair Gregory Ora- homeowners in the community,
ment – on the heels of a complaint lodged by vec said, adding that Emerson’s letter to the CONTINUED ON PAGE A10 each telling the owner they were
concerned about reports in their
neighborhood that homes were
being burglarized.

Hansen said the residents think
the burglar – or burglars – is gain-

BUBBLING Toast to a visionary for this piece
OVER ... of Treasure Coast transformation

BY MICHELLE GENZ | Staff Writer lion redo with cash, have pow- PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN
ered a project that could prove
The raising of pints to Mi- to be as transformative to the ing access through one of the
chael Rechter as American Icon Vero downtown as the addition golf courses, stealing away from
Brewery opened for business of two luxury hotels was to the the greens and entering homes
this week in Vero Beach’s his- beachside business district in through their lanais.
toric old diesel power plant is a 2008.
testament to the ambitious Fort Neither the St. Lucie County
Lauderdale developer. The 12,000-square-foot brick
shell is now a stunningly de- CONTINUED ON PAGE A10
Rechter’s grand-scale vision, signed dining and drinking des-
Bailey Layle, 15, of Treasure Coast High School swims the freestyle during a meet Oct. 11 at his good taste and his pockets,
deep enough to fund the $6 mil- CONTINUED ON PAGE A3
Indian River State College. PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN

IN THIS ISSUE ‘American Idol’ finalist
is taking his talents to
LOCAL NEWS A1-A11 Terra Fermata. Page B2

HEALTH A12-A15 ARTS/PEOPLE B1-B12

OBITUARIES A9 PETS B14

GAMES B16-B18 REAL ESTATE A17-A28

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AMERICAN ICON BREWERY Gutted, scrubbed and painted red and PHOTO: GORDON RADFORD volved in the design for the brewery. The
black – its historic colors – the generator interior was left to Asheville, N.C.-based
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 has been fitted with underground pipes He put together an impressive proposal Alchemy Design Studio. Rechter chose the
running from seven 30-barrel fermenta- for the brewery, which he then viewed as a firm’s owner, Traci Kearns, for her work with
tination on eastbound S.R. 60, the main tion tanks at the southwest corner of the $1.6 million project. His proposal was far Asheville’s nationally-known Wicked Weed
downtown thoroughfare. building. The huge engine is the lone re- more detailed than two others put before Brewery. It was Rechter’s favorite of the doz-
maining generator of five that once pro- the city, one for an artisan distillery, and ens he visited across the country.
It was Rechter who two years ago signed duced the electricity for the town of Vero the other for an arts center.
on to build out the hulking red brick struc- Beach. Kearns, who has worked in Finland
ture that for 90 years has been a hallmark Of the three, only Rechter’s included an and Asia, created a clean-lined, industri-
of Vero Beach’s downtown and for the last Rechter first toured the plant a decade option to assume all issues of diesel con- al-themed design for the plant. It leaves
30, a blemish on its revival. Built in 1926 ago. When it finally became available for tamination, problems he believes are at the towering century-old red brick walls
as Vero’s first municipal building, it was purchase from the city last year, disentan- the brink of clearing up after recent tests exposed, with interior walls painted in car-
added to the National Register of Historic gled from a nasty lawsuit that arose after showed the chemical contaminants had bon gray or faced with overlapping shards
Places in 1999, even though its only occu- a failed development attempt, Rechter dissipated. (Three such tests are required of wood. Two walls are papered in a blow-
pants were hoards of pigeons in its rafters. scrambled. before the property gets the all-clear.) up of a vintage aerial photograph, overlaid
with historic images of the plant’s interior.
It took Rechter, whose belief in Vero Rechter bought the property for $500,000
commercial real estate has done much to in June 2016. Multiple architects were in- The re-do includes a spectacular mezza-
revitalize a sizable chunk of Vero’s U.S. 1 nine seating area, bordered by a steel rail-
corridor, to see the potential in the historic ing and open to the brewery area’s gleam-
downtown – and have the wherewithal to ing stainless tanks below. A dumb-waiter
fund such an undertaking by himself. will carry food and drinks to upstairs pa-
trons, including those using a 25-seat pri-
As Rechter’s brewery bubbled to life vate meeting room fitted with audio-visual
this week, the hopes for downtown were equipment.
soaring again. With a capacity for several
thousand guests each month and a seven- To access the second level, guests can
day-a-week staff of 80, the brewery could climb a dramatic steel staircase illuminat-
spew out much-needed foot traffic through ed by a huge light fixture custom made by
downtown galleries, shops and restaurants. an Asheville artisan. Or for a bird’s-eye view
of downtown, they can ride a north-facing
That economic shot-in-the-arm started glass elevator.
Tuesday, when one of 17 taps in the shape
of the torch on the Statue of Liberty was Just beyond the elevator is a merchan-
pulled for American Icon’s first paid-for dise room, with American Icon-branded
pint. The taps are ingeniously tucked into T-shirts, hats, and other merchandise, a re-
the face of a huge decades-old diesel-pow- minder that the plant is expected to draw
ered generator that now serves as the plenty of tourists.
backdrop for the bar.
CONTINUED ON PAGE A4

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GRITTY GRIDDERS AMERICAN ICON BREWERY

Central High School’s Zach Stone PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN CONTINUED FROM PAGE A3
reaches over the goal line, out of the
grasp of Felix Roberts of Centennial At the same time, the form and func-
High School, to score. Stone would tion of the diesel plant makeover remains
later score the game-winning touch- true to small-town Vero: informal and
down with under a minute to go to multi-generational, accessible to blue-col-
complete the Cobras’ 35-28 victory lar and blue blooded alike.
in District 8-8A play at Lawnwood
Stadium last Friday. Far right, Centen- Three brews were ready for the soft
nial High School’s Nickhail Grace runs open Tuesday; by the weekend there
through the Central defense.  should be five, including a porter. Within
a few months, all 18 beers will flow at $5
Tradition walk will call attention to eating disorders to $7 a pint, along with affordable wine by
the glass. The menu offers amped-up bar
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent to be adolescent girls. they socialize in person less during binge food like maple-sambal duck wings, Viet-
But, behind those statistics are people. eating or deprivation cycles. Oftentimes namese pho, and short-rib sliders.
Eating disorders are a mental-health others pick up clues something is wrong,
problem that usually go unannounced, Habyan knows that firsthand. but associate the signs of eating disorder The food component is being managed
even hidden. “My sister passed away from an eating they see with normal but eccentric behav- by Ken Dodd, food and beverage manager
iors. Habyan was years younger than her of Rechter’s Integra Hospitality.
Not this Saturday. disorder back in 2011,” she said. sister, so doesn’t recall what signs of eating
On Oct. 21, dozens will join in the annu- The 39-year-old woman had struggled disorders the family detected. While the sound system, stylish design
al Port St. Lucie National Eating Disorder and menu will doubtless expand the cool
Association Walk to raise awareness about with recurring eating disorders for about “My mom and my dad realized some- factor of the downtown restaurant scene,
and funds to help combat eating disorders. 27 years. “She started off, in the early stag- thing was definitely seriously wrong when Rechter will quickly remind you that
“We’ve always had it in Tradition from es, with anorexia and it morphed into buli- she was 15, 16 years old,” Habyan said. American Icon’s focus is the beer.
the get-go,” Kelly Habyan, coordinator, mia,” Habyan said.
said. Registration for the walk will start at The family started counseling together For that, he hired Alex Postelnek, former
830 a.m. at Tradition Square, 10489 SW Anorexia nervosa is characterized by to help the sibling. lead brewer at Fort Lauderdale’s Funky
Meeting St. “The actual ceremony kicks an extremely distorted body image and Buddha Brewery, often counted among
off at 9 (a.m.),” Habyan said. “We’re usu- self-imposed eating deprivation. While it’s “We expected things to turn around – the top in Florida. Postelnek, who has
ally done around 11:30 (a.m.).” The walk easy to assume the condition is always the this guy is going to cure her,” Habyan said. been living in Vero since August, advised
is done around Lake Tradition. This is the result of real and perceived societal pres- Rechter on everything from layout and
third year. sures for men and women to look physi- That’s not how it works. Eating disor- equipment to the “ridiculously expensive”
“It’s not supposed to be a competitive cally fit, NEDA reports there’s evidence for ders, like most mental-health conditions, chemical-resistant floor tiles in the brew-
event,” Habyan said. “We keep it chilled, anorexia in medical journals going back stay with people their entire lives, even ing area.
relaxed. Just a nice walk around the lake.” hundreds of years, and it’s known to occur when the disorders are not controlling a
Part of the reason for that is because in extremely rural populations in places person’s actions. Overseeing the beer-making and reci-
people with eating disorders can be com- such as Africa and Asia that are largely in- pes is Jesse Robles, former head brewer at
pulsorily competitive. sulated from any media. “It’s a lifetime of counseling,” Habyan Florida Beer Company, a very large con-
According to the National Eating Dis- said. “It’s a lifetime of support.” tract beer operation in Cape Canaveral.
order Association (NEDA), almost 10 Bulimia nervosa is characterized by ex- Both Postelnek and Robles trained at Sieb-
percent of Americans will experience treme pendulum swings between overcon- The walk is $25 for adults, $15 for stu- el Institute in Chicago.
eating disorders at some point. The men- sumption and self-deprivation behaviors, dents with IDs. Children ages 5 to 12 are
tal-health conditions grouped together along with purging such as self-induced $10. Pets can join the walk for $5. T-shirts, The seven fermentation tanks and 15-bar-
as eating disorders occur about twice as vomiting. Bulimia can send one into an and bandannas for pets, are included. rel brewhouse leave room for a canning or
often among women than men, but no- extreme series of weight gains and loss- bottling line down the road. In the mean-
body is immune due to gender, age, race es, binge eating followed by non-religious The National Eating Disorder Associa- time, the newly poured loading dock will
or cultural background. Nevertheless, one fasting. tion has a hotline that’s open from 9 a.m. to allow trucks to load kegs of beer to deliver to
of the most apparent at-risk groups seems 9 p.m. Mondays to Thursdays. It’s open from Rechter’s American Icon Fort Lauderdale lo-
People with eating disorders frequent- 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Fridays. It has some holi- cation – a gastropub with liquor license but
ly hide their conditions cleverly, such as day closures. That number is 800-931-2237. no brewing facilities – opening soon.
adopting clothing styles to mask weight
gains, losses and sudden shifts. Sometimes For more about eating disorders, visit As Rechter gave a tour of the Vero brew-
www.nationaleatingdisorders.org.  ery bustling with last-minute preparations,
he was interrupted by a team of fire inspec-
tors. “Congratulations,” called out one in
the team of men passing through the beer
room wide-eyed. “You passed.” 



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Raise a glass to Sunset Rotary Club’s Honor Flight fundraiser

BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent and many World War II veterans simply can’t veterans to D.C. Additionally, it’ll consider will include cigars. Everybody will get one,
fly anymore. The hub has hit upon a solution case-by-case to take Vietnam veterans whose but folks will have a chance to try a rare
There are many ways to help Southeast that’s being done elsewhere. health is deteriorating. smoking experience. “We do have somebody
Florida Honor Flight get veterans to Wash- who’s going to be doing hand-rolled cigars at
ington, D.C. to see the memorials honoring It’s going to have its first virtual honor “What we’re striving to do is make this vir- the event,” Weiss explained.
them. Spending an evening with Jack Daniel flight on Jan. 20 at Suncoast Community tual honor flight exactly the same as going to
is just more novel than most. High School at 1717 Avenue S, Riviera. Par- Washington (D.C.), only without the travel,” Attendees can also get custom engraved
ticipating veterans will be treated to an about Sreenan explained. bottles of Jack by ordering them online.
On Wednesday, Nov. 1, people can enjoy five-hour video narrative of an actual honor They’re $55 each. Tickets to the dinner are
a five-course dinner served up with one of flight, along with receiving lunch, T-shirts, Weiss said she got the idea for the Jack $100.
America’s most popular whiskeys at An Eve- hats and other honor flight accouterments. Daniel’s dinner from seeing it done on the
ning with Jack Daniel – A Whiskey and Steak Gulf Coast. To order dinner tickets and engraved bot-
Affair. The Port St. Lucie Sunset Rotary Club Kathy Sreenan, the hub’s spokeswoman, tles, visit www.pslsunsetrotary.com. To learn
is putting on the fundraiser to help veterans said while it’s primarily for World War II vet- “When I tried to go, they said they sold out about the virtual honor flight, visit www.
at Sam Snead’s Tavern in the Hilton Garden erans, the hub has started taking Korean War of tickets almost immediately,” she said. honorflightsefl.org. 
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“Only the immediate area around the Details regarding the contents of the box
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ie departed this life Tuesday, Oct. 10. passed away Oct. 9. He was born July 22,
1939, in Ciales, Puerto Rico, to the late Jose
She is survived by her partner of 58 years, Roman and Luisa Lamboy.
Bob Shaydik; her sister, Betty Fuller; and
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FIRE DISTRICT SHAKEUP Board member Tod Mow-

CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 ery, too, expressed support,

Spera has been a longtime member of fire explaining that the command
service, starting as a volunteer firefighter in
Coral Springs in 1984. He joined the St. Lucie structure is such that it builds in
County Fire District in 1991 after meeting the
Florida Professional Firefighter standards redundancy.
and becoming a Florida Certified Paramedic.
After the 5-2 vote in support
Since then, he has served as a firefighter
paramedic, field training instructor, station of naming Spera to be interim
officer, administrative officer, and chief offi-
cer in the Operations Division. chief, Spera told St. Lucie Voice

“This is about healing and moving for- he plans to spend what time he
ward,” board member Tom Perona said. He
explained that he does not know Chief Spera has re-strengthening the bond
well and it would be difficult to make such a
“Your quick decision without knowing more. between the district adminis-
Full-Service
“I don’t want to put the district in jeopar- Kim Sabol, St. Lucie County Fire District attorney, confers with tration and the union.
Salon” dy,” he said, explaining that if he were to get newly named interim Fire Chief Nate Spera. PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN Internal communication, he

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Color N Cut fire district is my baby.” Emerson, himself, blamed much of the

$69.00 Martin countered, saying she has confi- disagreement between the administration

Partial Foil dence and trust in the district’s deputy and and the union on a breakdown in commu-

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CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 in February. Sabol said the burglar in each
P.T. CHAIR RENT AVAILABLE case gained entrance into the home by pry- “They want small, valuable – in and out,”
Sheriff’s Office nor the Port St. Lucie Police ing open doors, and while they are similar in Hansen said.
398.8300 Department was aware of a rash of home nature, “we are pursuing different theories.”
burglaries in the area, though both were Often, residents opt for small safes they
1006 Port St. Lucie Blvd. • Port St. Lucie looking into the possibility at presstime. Sabol would not speculate as to how the can buy at the big box stores, but Hansen
burglar was gaining access into the commu- recommends against that. “If you can carry
Police spokesman Master Sgt. Frank Sabol nity other than noting that the homes are it in – they can carry it out,” he said.
said his department was investigating four located near a golf course.
open burglary cases – three on SW Viscon- Investing in a solid, heavy safe – think the
ti Way and one on SW Nuova Way – in PGA Hansen said anytime word spreads size of a dishwasher – could be what it takes
Village. In each case, cash and/or jewelry through neighborhoods about burglaries to dissuade a would-be thief from swip-
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Oravec repeated a line he has quipped nu- The board directed Spera to work with to work and then immediately sending them Spera told St. Lucie Voice that he plans to
merous times: “There are three sides to every Human Resources as well as the Safety Com- back home. apply for the fire chief post when the time
story.” mittee to review the complaint, in particu- comes. The board plans to look internally as
larly the charges made about how staff was The complaint argues that the time violat- well as nationally for a new leader.
He said there are “real and severe issues” handled during Hurricane Irma. ed the local curfew and unnecessarily jeop-
alleged in the union’s complaint but was dis- ardized their safety. Oravec said that going outside the district
appointed that the matter came to the board The union, led by President Shane Kozac, might bring in a candidate who can be an
in this way with “unsupported character at- claimed Emerson violated the District’s Stan- Spera suggested the fire board hold a objective third party – someone with fresh
tacks” and “light on evidence.” dard Operating Guidelines by calling in staff workshop to discuss what comes from the eyes. 
Safety Committee’s review.

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Java ’nother! New study links coffee to longer life

BY MARIA CANFIELD | Correspondent Lead study author Veronica W. Setiawan is careful to say In addition to coffee, other high-phenol foods include:
that the study does not prove a cause-and-effect relationship  Fruits, especially berries. Apples, peaches, apricots,
Various health benefits of coffee drinking have been wide- between daily coffee consumption and longer life, but she plums, pears, grapes and cherries are also good choices. Tip:
ly reported in recent years, including coffee’s association believes the findings indicate the benefits of coffee-drinking the darker the fruit, the higher the phenol count. And eat the
with a reduced risk of liver cancer and dementia. Now a new outweigh any potential risks. “Some people worry drinking skins!
study, the largest of its kind, has found a connection between coffee can be bad for you because it might increase the risk  Vegetables. Yellow onions are the best; artichokes, pota-
coffee consumption and longer life. of heart disease, stunt growth, or lead to stomach ulcers and toes, red cabbage, cherry tomatoes, celery and broccoli also
heartburn,” she says. “But research on coffee has mostly offer a good supply of phenols.
The study was conducted by researchers from the Keck shown no harm to people’s health.”  Grains such as buckwheat, rye and oats. Foods contain-
School of Medicine at the University of Southern California ing these grains include breads, oatmeal, tortillas, pastas and
in Los Angeles. The researchers used data from the Multieth- While consuming 24 ounces of coffee daily is considered cereals.
nic Cohort Study, a collaborative effort between Keck and the moderate, certain coffee beverages have built-in health  Soybeans and other legumes, in the form of canned or
University of Hawaii Cancer Center. disadvantages. A plain cup of brewed coffee has less than dried beans or spreads. Add beans and peas to soups, salads
5 calories and no fat or carbohydrates, but many coffee and dips.
Nearly 186,000 study participants between the ages of 45 shops offer concoctions that are far more like dessert than In the beverage category, Symanski also recommends
and 75 completed questionnaires about their lifestyle, medi- a morning pick-me-up. green tea. Past studies have shown that long-term consump-
cal history, and diet – including how often they drank coffee. tion of green tea could be beneficial against type II diabetes
The health of the participants was then followed for an aver- and could reduce the risk of coronary disease.
age of 16 years. The researchers do note that people should apply caution
when drinking coffee and other hot beverages, as a 2016 re-
Study participants who drank one cup of coffee daily – caf- port from World Health Organization (WHO) linked the con-
feinated or not – were found to have a 12 percent lower risk sumption of very hot drinks to an increased risk of esopha-
of death from cancer, stroke, heart disease, diabetes, kidney geal cancer.
disease, and respiratory disease (compared to those who The National Coffee Association reports that about 62
never or rarely drank coffee). The risk of death from these percent of American adults drink coffee daily, with three
conditions was even lower – 18 percent – for participants cups being the average amount consumed; because of this,
who drank three cups each day. Setiawan says any positive effects from drinking coffee are
far-reaching. She says, “We cannot say drinking coffee will
The association between coffee consumption and a lon- prolong your life, but we see an association. If you like to
ger life, which was recently reported in the Annals of Internal drink coffee, drink up! If you’re not a coffee drinker, then you
Medicine, remained in place even after adjusting for factors need to consider if you should start.” 
such as age, gender, smoking status, and alcohol intake. The
reduced mortality risk was found across the four ethnicities
included in the study: white Americans, Latin-Americans,
Japanese-Americans and African-Americans, and the team is
confident that the results will also apply to other ethnicities.

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Briarcliff residence called
‘perfect for entertaining’

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Columnist golf views. There is a coffered ceiling and
[email protected] a sitting area near the windows, which is
ideal as the room is light and airy. There are
I had not visited the Briarcliff section of large his-and-hers closets with organizers,
PGA Village before. It’s located near the Leg- and the master bath has double vanities
acy golf course, the only private course in with marble counter tops, lots of storage
PGA, and conveniently close to the other space, a soaker tub and walk-in shower.
PGA courses. The room has glass block windows for pri-
vacy and light.
The paver stone walkway at 9425 Briarcliff
Trace is framed by lush landscaping and, as To the right of the entry is the formal
you enter the home, you step onto ceram-

he ifference ic tile, set on the diagonal. Just ahead is the dining room, 13-by-11. It has granite sills,
formal living room, a generous 17 feet by which are an elegant touch, chair rails,
When exceptional assisted living is most important to you, 20 feet. It has crown molding and recessed crown molding and a ceiling medallion. The
you’ll notice The Brennity at Tradition difference. lighting, and is a lovely room in which to en- fixture there, as with all the fixtures, will re-
tertain. To the left, is an office/den, 12-by-7, main. The dining room flows into the nice-
•Established team of care associates with a built-in, granite-topped work station sized, 15-by-14 kitchen. It is really a kitchen
•Friendly residents waiting to greet you or desk with lots of storage, wood floors and for someone or ones who like to cook and
•Activities geared for your personal interest a bay-style window that lets in the light. entertain, with its abundant granite count-
•Award-winning assisted living er tops, center island, decorative tile back-
The house has a split floor plan, and splash, newer top-of-the-line appliances,
Rliefessetyrvleetoydoauyr! the master suite is on this side. Before you paneled cabinetry and large pantry. There
get to it, there is a powder room and then is a breakfast nook that looks over the golf
a door to the suite, which also has wood course. You’ve heard of “Breakfast at Wim-
floors. The master bedroom, a spacious bledon”? You can eat your corn flakes which
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watching golfers on the Pete Dye course. showed me the house, said that Briarcliff AFFORDABLE
The course also acts as a buffer, keeping has larger lots than many of the other sec- FLOORING
other houses in the back at a distance. tions of PGA.
Lenny Agin • Tile Marble
The family room, again a great size at 16- “It’s the rare Kingsley model, with a very
by-16, is another entertainment center for efficient flow plan,” he said. “It’s perfect for Over 25 Years In Business!
the house. Off to the right are two bedrooms, entertaining. You can walk onto the lanai
one 13-by-13 and the other 12-by-13. Both and back to the kitchen and great room. 2014, 2015 & 2016
are carpeted, have good-sized closets and The split floor plan is great for families. It VOTED #1 FLOORING
share a bath with tub and showerhead. was remodeled to sell and very well main- STORE in St. Lucie Co.

Don Baetzold, agent for Lang Realty, who CONTINUED ON PAGE 25 AGAIN!

Plush WATERPROOF
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$18.99 sq. yd.
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FEATURES FOR 9425 BRIARCLIFF TRACE Kitchen 18x18 Porcelain
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Neighborhood: Briarcliff at PGA Village Ceramic Tile
Year built: 2006 • Construction: CBS Now Available! 4$ 29
High Quality 3$ 49 Sq. Ft.
Unit size: 2,628 sq. ft. at The Best Sq. Ft.
Total square footage: 3,492 Price INSTALLED
Bedrooms: 3 • Bathrooms: 2.5 INSTALLED
Flooring: carpet, ceramic tile, wood Reg. $3.99 Sq. Ft. Includes
Security: manned gate, security patrol, owner system
Additional features: complete panel shutters, two-car garage Thin Setting Grout
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hobbyist, barrel tile roof, ESFTRIMEEATES Complete, Bath Shop at
Community amenities: bocce, clubhouse, community room, Remodeling Home
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TRADITION AND ST. LUCIE WEST REAL ESTATE SALES

TOP SALES OF THE WEEK

A quiet week on the regional real estate front saw only seven homes change hands from Oct. 9-13.
The top sale of the week in Port St. Lucie was the home at 7921 Plantation Lakes Drive. First listed
in May for $565,000, this 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom, 3,642-square-foot house sold for $548,000
on Oct. 12.
The week’s next-best sale was the residence at 11510 SW Halton Street. Originally listed in
August for $309,900, the 5-bedroom, 4-bathroom, 3,324-square-foot abode fetched $295,000
on Oct. 10.

SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCES AND LOTS
ORIGINAL SELLING
PRICE
TOWN ADDRESS LISTED ASKING PRICE SOLD
$548,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 7921 PLANTATION LAKES DRIVE 5/10/2017 $565,000 10/12/2017 $295,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 11510 SW HALTON STREET 8/4/2017 $309,900 10/10/2017 $290,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 11534 SW GLENGARRY COURT 6/24/2017 $300,000 10/11/2017 $242,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 182 NW SWANN MILL CIRCLE 3/22/2017 $269,888 10/12/2017 $178,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 219 NW ZANZIBAR PLACE 8/23/2017 $184,900 10/13/2017 $175,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 10468 SW WESTLAWN BOULEVARD 5/30/2017 $184,900 10/10/2017 $110,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 241 SW PALM DRIVE #104 7/9/2017 $114,900 10/11/2017

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style kitchen cabinets, 42” upper cabinets, granite, and stainless steel bath with grand Roman shower with tile surround and pocket door on the
appliances-including a 25 cubic foot refrigerator. There is also 18” tile water closet. Cultured marble vanity tops. Kitchen has 42” upper cabinets
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All dimensions, features, specifications and square footages are approximate and subject to change without notice. Maps, plans, landscaping and elevation All dimensions, features, specifications and square footages are approximate and subject to change without notice. Maps, plans, landscaping and elevation
renderings are artist’s conceptions, are not to scale, and may not accurately depict the homes or lots as they are built. renderings are artist’s conceptions, are not to scale, and may not accurately depict the homes or lots as they are built.

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HERE ARE SOME OF THE TOP RECENT TRADITION AND ST. LUCIE WEST REAL ESTATE SALES

11510 SW Halton Street, Port Saint Lucie 11534 SW Glengarry Court, Port Saint Lucie

Listing Date: 8/4/2017 Listing Date: 6/24/2017
Original Price: $309,900 Original Price: $300,000
Sold: 10/10/2017 Sold: 10/11/2017
Selling Price: $295,000 Selling Price: $290,000
Listing Agent: Silvana Rebelo Listing Agent: G.F. Hoge

Selling Agent: Real Estate Solutions Today Selling Agent: Hoge Realty Co.

Karen Kittrell Joseph Duffy

The Keyes Company Keller Williams Realty

182 NW Swann Mill Circle, Port Saint Lucie 219 NW Zanzibar Place, Port Saint Lucie

Listing Date: 3/22/2017 Listing Date: 8/23/2017
Original Price: $269,888 Original Price: $184,900
Sold: 10/12/2017 Sold: 10/13/2017
Selling Price: $242,000 Selling Price: $178,000
Listing Agent: William Eggeling Listing Agent: Michele Stewart

Selling Agent: RE/MAX 100 Riverside Inc Selling Agent: McAlister Properties LLC

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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 19 even a desert-style putt-putt course and a
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tained, with quality upgrades throughout. or people who get lots of visitors, including
The owner kept right on top of everything.” grandchildren. You don’t have to go far for
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Baetzold drove me around Briarcliff to
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FEEL OF STUART’S and Meredith Osborn rehearse Mamet’s all-female
CRAFT FESTIVAL ‘Boston Marriage’
a scene from David Mamet’s
BY SAMANTHA BAITA | Staff Writer “Boston Marriage.” BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer
[email protected]
1 At this time of year in Flor- PHOTO COURTESY OF A.C.T. STUDIO THEATRE
ida, everything scheduled David Mamet is known for his
for an outdoor venue comes with plays about men and their rela-
the caveat: weather Permitting. tionships to each other. In 1999,
With that in mind … read on. the playwright set out to prove he
could make women the center of
This weekend, gather your wide- his work with “Boston Marriage,”
brimmed hat, a nice, roomy tote a three-character play that only
and a pal or two, and head to includes women. Set at the end of
Stuart for the 18th Annual Down- the 19th century, the style is un-
town Stuart Craft Festival. Stuart mistakably Mamet, even if some
has one of the most pleasant, of the language and costumes
very walkable downtown areas, speak of an earlier time.
with quaint, small-town ambi-
ance, right along the St. Lucie The A.C.T. Studio Theatre will
River. Browse to your heart’s con- present the comedy weekends
tent among the plethora of tents from Nov. 4-19. Director Howard
brimming with paintings, pho- Brown spoke about what a “Bos-
tography, sculpture, jewelry and ton Marriage” is and why the play
way more from local and travel- is fun to direct.
ing artists and artisans. In addi-
tion to the nearby restaurants, “‘Boston Marriage’ is the term
there will be plenty of food ven- given to the relationship between
dors, too. The festival is open Sat- two women, ‘old maids,’ although
urday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to they’re not old, living together as
5 p.m. Admission is free. companions and more likely than
not lesbian,” he said.
2 The Big Daddy Blues Fes-
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ONE-TIME ‘IDOL’ CASEY JAMES
NOW JUST HAPPY ‘TO BE ME’

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer James said that “Strip it Down” is an album Casey James will appear at Terra Fermata Oct. 26.
[email protected] with rock, country and blues. It features a
duet with guest artist Delbert McClinton. PHOTO COURTESY OF AMY RICHMOND
For “American Idol” finalist Casey James,
being on the show changed his life for the bet- “It’s a little bit of everything,” he said. “That’s
ter, but there was also a downside. who I am as an artist. I just wanted to be me.”

“Without a doubt, the experience was really Unbelievably, James funded the project
life-changing in a million different ways,” he with a one-month Kickstarter campaign. His
said. “People know your name and it opens fans had faith in him and donated more than
up doors. People don’t realize it doesn’t make twice his original goal.
things automatic and guaranteed. It can allow
opportunities, but it’s up to you what you do “I didn’t want to do Kickstarter,” he said.
with the opportunity. “I was uncomfortable opening that door and
asking fans for their hard-earned money. It
“Things around you change a lot and per- was a big issue, but I realized people wanted
ceptions change.” to be part of it. I set a goal of one half of what
I needed, but Kickstarter funded the whole
James will be in Stuart to promote his new thing. To say it touched me would be an un-
album, “Strip it Down,” Oct. 26 at Terra Fer- derstatement. To know that my fan base cares
mata. The album is a return to his bluesy roots makes me very proud. This album represents
and it’s his opportunity to be himself again. who I am as an artist.”
That’s the downside to a show like “Idol,” where
you’re pigeon-holed into a specific genre. I asked James if the events in Las Vegas,
which had happened the week of our inter-
“Right after ‘Idol,’ Sony music signed me,” view, weighed on him as he toured.
he said. “They had the rights and I could say
‘no’ and go home or take the opportunity and “It doesn’t give me pause,” he said. “It was
try to make it work. It taught me a lot and such a horrific tragedy and affects everyone. For
expanded my fan base. I was super thankful me, I have faith. I’m a Christian and God has a
when I was able to own the rights and do what time for me. I have to be prepared when that
I did. It was a no-brainer to do what I do natu- time comes. I don’t fear. Horrible things happen
rally and what I love.”
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FRENCH ADVENTURE, PART DEUX: I’LL ALWAYS HAVE PARIS

THURSDAY, SEPT. 28. Today, I board the Van Gogh understand it. I like to look around the little moments. It is the

(yes, it really is called the Van Gogh since it plies the me more than listen: details are what last-night gala and I just

waters Van Gogh painted) at 5 p.m., so I have a wait. I Google is for. can’t muster the energy

check out of my Avignon hotel, but they kindly let me As we walk from the boat to the to get dressed up to speak

leave my bags and come in and out to the lounge while Palace, we pass the Bridge of Saint- French all night. I stay in my

SHELLEY I spend the gorgeous day walking Benezet, a bridge that was never room and there is a knock
KOPPEL around Avignon. I have lunch in the completed. It’s better known as the on the door. It is Miguel, the
courtyard of a medieval church, and Avignon Bridge. We stop and sing the assistant tour director. He

MY TAKE as the server sings along to “Don’t Cry song that goes with it: “Sur le pont tells me to get dressed up
for Me, Argentina” on the radio, I join d’Avignon, l’on y danse, l’on y danse.” and he will set up the five-

in. The temperature is in the 70s and it’s one of those The Pope’s Palace, one of the course farewell dinner in the

perfect moments where no one you know will see you largest Gothic buildings in the West, salon and keep me compa-

make a fool of yourself. was built in the 14th century during ny. It was a lovely meal, and

A taxi takes me down to the dock and as I approach the time that the seat of the Papacy I felt so touched that they

the ship with my luggage, several of the crew comes was in Avignon. It is an extraordinary made that effort for me.

forward. That’s when I find out that I will be the only feat of engineering, and it is clear that SUNDAY, OCT. 1: We are

English-speaking passenger on the boat. There are 130 there was full employment for stone landing this afternoon, but

on board, all speaking masons. The stone first we stop at the town of

French – and me. The crew stairs are steep and Vienne. It is amazing; first

has made plans to keep I spend a lot of time you come across a medieval

me from feeling isolated watching where I’m cathedral and then you turn

and many of them speak walking. Falling here the corner and gasp at a

English. They are really re- is definitely not an Roman Temple of Augustus

lieved to see that I under- option. A wonderful and Livia that has stood for

stand French if it’s spoken side benefit of the two millennia. We had a

slowly. It’s going to be quite tip is an exhibition farewell lunch on board and

an adventure for all of us. of modern African The Ardeches Gorge. then I took the train from

That evening, the crew is art and sculpture, Lyon to Paris. I have picked

introduced with a wel- which is an intrigu- up a cold, but I am in Paris!

comed cocktail. The crew ing juxtaposition of two very different MONDAY, OCT. 1: Paris, Schmaris. I have run out of

marches in to a playlist centuries. steam. I am staying in near the Place des Vosges, an area

that, in the ultimate chees- At lunch, my companions ask, in of Paris new to me. I walk around for a while, come upon

iness, includes the theme French, about American politics. They a little shop with earrings I love and then go back to the

from “The Love Boat.” ask about President Trump and I ask hotel and bed. Tomorrow will be a long trip home and I

Thank goodness nobody about President Macron. I think we need to sniffle and sleep in peace.

sings that in French or understand each other, but I’m not This was an amazing trip, both for what I saw and

English! When they make completely sure. It’s just as well; politics what I accomplished. It was a very ambitious program

announcements, they is better spoken in a foreign language for me as a single traveler and it was a challenge phys-

make them in French and where there’s room for doubt that you ically. As with my trip last year, I learned so much, not

then, for “Lady,” my name understand everything. only about France, but about myself. There are places I

on the boat, they make That afternoon, we take a bus trip to would love to see again, but I think I’ll wait awhile be-

them again in English. a lavender museum. Lavender is grown fore I plan my next trip. Who knows where it will be?

FRIDAY, SEPT. 29: here and made into soaps and sachets For those few curious readers who wonder about the

Everyone has been patient Roman Temple of Augustus and Livia. and even ice cream. Then we went on scarf tour, I am pleased to say that I was able to add to

with me and I have been to the Ardeches Gorge, which is not for my collection. If I don’t tell anyone that the gorgeous

able to make myself the faint of heart. We are virtually in the evening shawl comes from the Atlanta airport, I will

understood. Today, we are going to the Pope’s Palace in foothills of the Alps, and it is a long drop down. You don’t probably seem terribly sophisticated. By the way, for

Avignon. They have gotten guides who speak French and see many gyms in France and I think it’s because you’re the next trip, I am looking for a gigolo to carry the bags.

English and they will do the tour in both. I tell her that it always walking up and down. Those interested should apply to my editor, who screens

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COMING UP ton native Annika Cham- Jimmy Thackery and the Drivers. fixture on the blues scene in South Florida
bers. Chambers sang in the and the Treasure Coast.
CONTINUED FROM PAGE B1 church and spent two tours ships for IRSC students; and the Big Daddy
in the U.S. Army, where a Musicians Relief Foundation. The festival 3 Moss and Avis wake up one morn-
Coast. On Friday and Saturday, it’ll be at colonel heard her singing honors “Big Daddy” Tomas DeStefano, a ing in an isolated summer house
everybody’s favorite outdoor music ven- and urged her to sing the Na- high above a picturesque body of water.
ue, the eclectic, island-flavored, laid back tional Anthem at a military Sounds lovely and romantic, right? Only
Terra Fermata. On Sunday, it’ll be on the ceremony. This launched problem is, they can’t remember who they
nearby Rock’n Riverwalk stage. Festival her career and, after her dis- are. That’s the intriguing premise of the
Headliners will be: Jimmy Thackery and charge, she returned to Texas pre-Halloween mystery “Body of Water”
the Drivers on Friday. Blues singer, guitar- and started her House Rules that ends its run this weekend at Stuart’s
ist and songwriter Thackery spent 14 years Band. On Sunday, it’ll be an A.C.T. Studio Theatre. Find out what the
as part of the Nighthawks, a D.C.-based all-star blues concert with heck’s going on here before the final cur-
blues and roots rock ensemble; toured un- Hurricane Hawk and the tain. A.C.T. describes itself as “an intimate
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trio. Saturday brings a lineup of favorite, event benefits the Dale Trefelner Scholar- thought-provoking, dramatic and fun pro-
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You’ll ‘Fall’ for Sunlight Church’s family-friendly fest

BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent “We’ll also have a drama presentation in our “We’ll have a miniature golf course,” some trunk-or-treating going on.
chapel.” Apostolico said. “Trunk or Treat – that’s our biggest draw,”
Sunlight Community Church and Acade-
my is brightening up October with its annu- Amazing Grace is a Christian ballet com- But, this gets better. How about a candy Apostolico said.
al Fall Festival. pany that’s been on the Treasure Coast for cannon? At about a quarter after each hour, She said there’ll be about 30 cars ready
about 13 years. It specializes in non-com- the cannon will shoot wrapped candy onto
“The Fall Festival is our annual family petitive dancing with prayer and Bible read- a field for children to find. Not all of the can- with trunks full of surprises.
outreach event for our community,” Saira ing woven into its program. dy will be that hard to find. There’ll also be “The entire event is free,” Apostolico said.
Apostolico, director of children’s ministry, She said the church will have food avail-
said of the event this Saturday from 4 p.m. NEED A LITTLE CHRISTMAS?
to 7 p.m. able to purchase.
When you have 70 decorated trees, over 75,000 Christmas lights and thousands of other decorations, Jerome “All of it will be at a reasonable rate,”
The church and Christian school is at 477
SW Cashmere Blvd., in St. Lucie West. Sangalli and J. W. Salveson don’t think October is too soon to prepare for the Port St. Lucie Christmas House. Tours Apostolico said. “You can feed a family of
four for $20.”
“The Fun Bus will be there this year,” of the house at 716 SW Walters Terrace will run Dec. 8-17, and contributions will benefit the programs, children
Apostolico said. “The Fun Bus is a bright- She offered a tip. About 2,500 to 3,000 go
ly-painted bus and inside they have tum- and families of CASTLE. PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN to the annual event. Parking ends up go-
bling and gymnastic experience for the chil- ing along Cashmere for upwards of a mile.
dren.” The church will have golf carts running up
and down the boulevard giving folks lifts.
Trained adults supervise the children Apostolico said the church will protect its
while on the attraction. accessible parking locations for people with
disabilities.
In addition to the Fun Bus, the Fall Fes-
tival will have bounce houses, party games, Sunlight has a 730-seat auditorium it
a petting zoo and pony rides. The art group opened in 2014. Before then, it could seat
PSL Rocks will be on hand. about 200. It has about 800 regular attend-
ees. Apostolico said everyone at the church
“They’ll be there painting rocks with the and school looks forward to the Fall Festival.
kids,” Apostolico said.
“It’s a lot of fun,” she said. “It’s our once-
PSL Rocks is part of a large movement of a-year, all hands on deck. The place is filled
art-abandonment groups. They encourage and buzzing with kids.”
people to create art and leave it for others to
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Bonz makes 3 new amigos: Dylan, Sadie and Coco

Hi Dog Buddies! ued. “We played in the snow, an I watched a Dylan, Sadie and Coco. few slurps (real soft an polite). They talk to
lotta ‘Animal Planet’ on TV. There was one me an give me pats. It makes ’em happy, an
This week I had the best time yapping little problem, though. Whenever Momma PHOTO: GORDON RADFORD it makes me happy too, cuz I can help Oth-
with three labs, Dylan, 9; Sadie Mae, 7; and an Daddy went out an I hadda stay home, I ers. I get recertified every year.”
Coco, 5. They came in an assortment of Offi- got Separation Anxiety: that’s when you get “That is one tough toy,” I observed.
cial Lab Colors: Dylan, black; Sadie, golden; Really Upset an think your humans are Nev- “True,” said Sadie. “Dylan’s 85 pounds; “Woof, Miss Sadie, that’s Really Import-
an Coco, chocolate (of course). Right from er Coming Back, so you start chewing stuff. Coco’s 65; an I’m 75. We’re real strong. ant Work!”
the first Wag-and-Sniff, it was a total woof, Mostly everything you can reach. Momma an Daddy hafta get us special toys.
wag an slurp fest. They’re rated to show how much playin’ it “I think so, too. But it’s not like a Service
“Finally, Momma an Daddy got tired takes to rip ’em to bits. Our yellow bone’s Dog. I can’t go in stores an restaurants. But
Dylan introduced his sisters an his Mom- of havin’ to fix stuff and replace stuff and lasted an entire year. That’s amazin’! Hey, it’s still an Important Contribution. Oh, an I
ma Laurie Beebe, an explained his daddy sweep stuff off the floor. I think the time Dylan,” she called, “show Bonzo our yellow MUST tell you about Dylan an the Ear Med-
Andy was at work. when I discovered Momma’s knitting was bone.” icine.”
the Last Straw. They decided to get me my Dylan trotted off an returned carrying
“So, who’s the Spokespooch?” I asked. very own puppy so I wouldn’t be alone. So a bone-shaped toy with a big ring on each “Oh, for Lassie’s Sake, Sadie,” interjected
“ME!” said Dylan. they got me a baby sister, Sadie, a liddle end, well-munched but intact. Dylan. “Really?” He shook his head, but he
“ME!” said Sadie. fluffball from a kennel called Siever’s Re- “Cool Dog Biscuits!” I said, as Coco was smiling.
“ME!” said Coco. trievers. I loved bein’ a Big Brother. I took grabbed one end, an she an Dylan contin-
“Let’s just play it by our ears,” I suggested. care of her and taught her pooch stuff. An I ued ruff-housin’. “Whaddya do for exer- “See, Dylan had this terrible earache, so
“You’re oldest, right, Dylan? stopped chewin’ stuff up!” cise?” Momma got medicine. She tried for hours,
“Yup. Momma an Daddy got me when “Up North we’d go on hikes, an play in but he wouldn’t let her near his ear. Then I
I was a pupster. We were livin’ up near St. “Pawsome!” I said. the snow,” said Sadie. “When we moved had this idea. I got Momma to pretend she
LOO-is. It was way fun. Daddy took this cool Dylan and Coco started wrestlin’, an here, we missed the snow a lot, ’til we saw was putting medicine in MY ear. I stood
pickshur of my whole litter, all 14 of us inna Sadie said, “Dylan’s The Best Big Brother the pool! Dylan and Coco are in it every day. very calmly, didn’t wiggle or anything, to
row, and it won a CONtest and got put on but, a couple years after I got here, I start- Dylan even used it for THER-uppy when he show it didn’t hurt. Well, soon as Dylan saw
the cover of the Orvis CATTA-log!” ed thinkin’ it’d be fun to have a liddle pup- had hip surgery. I myself prefer Yoga, the ME getting attention, he came right over to
His Momma showed us the pickshur. It py around to play with an take care of, so Downward Dog in particular.” She demon- Momma, cuz he always likes ALL the atten-
was Totally Cool Kibbles! Momma an Daddy got me one. They saw an strated. tion. So she gave him his ear medicine an he
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records
habits perhaps name 95 Brave, clean, and
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homophone? 108 Champagne 97 Mary and
28 Timing abbr. princess Murray’s boss
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star?) 105 Uncut, in a way
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West gets a club ruff.) 2 NT Pass 2 Spades Pass
3 NT All Pass LEAD:
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— she shifted to the spade 10!

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BE A TRACTION HERO BY IMPROVING YOUR FOOTWORK Kevin’s
Kures
I wanted to talk to you today about tiated from the ground, then moving up the swing you should feel a good deal

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tively interact with the ground. One of clubhead. Let’s give you a few “Kures” to against the inside of your right foot, and

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“If you want action, you got to have trac- backward movement, you should then

tion.” 1. Set-up and Address: As with all ath- feel an aggressive amount of downward,

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good traction/friction to the ground, but right knee in slightly to establish the in- At the same time you should feel the left Kevin Perkins is a PGA Master Profes-

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side-to-side and forward and back pres- waggle you should bounce/flex slightly down as well. This will prompt the left The Evergreen Club, has hosted and pro-

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am old-school, and really miss the heavy, applied by your feet into the ground. begins to go slightly forward and around. and has authored the golf instructional

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