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Preparing for the worst

A4 A10 B8‘Active threat’ training in PSL
Post-stroke necessity Thrilling ‘Mockingbird’

Study: Good sleep crucial Actors eager to do it justice

VOLUME 3, ISSUE 29 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER FRIDAY, JULY 20, 2018

‘This is war’: Mast hammers Corps for Lake O discharges

PHOTO: EPA BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent story with frequent developments
and mind-boggling complexities.
Algae piles up against the shore of the St. Lucie Canal near the Port Mayaca Lock and Dam, on the East side of Lake Okeechobee, last week. Congressman Brian Mast Facts on the ground often move at
doesn’t use the word “war” lightly. breakneck speeds. At its core, how-
RABIES ADVISORY PROMPTS REMINDER ON VIGILANCE He knows a lot about war. Mast lost ever, the story is a glaciated cycle
both legs and a finger to an IED of the Army Corps of Engineers
while serving in support of Opera- releasing destructive waters into
tion Enduring Freedom. the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee
waterways to protect the Her-
Mast uses the word to talk about bert Hoover Dike from disastrous
the Army Corps of Engineers’ re- failure, and protesters lining up
leases of Lake Okeechobee’s nutri- against it.
ent- and algae-laden waters into
the St. Lucie and Indian rivers. The tiresome process is rooted,
Mast explained, in the concept of
“This, for me, is a war,” he told shared adversity. In brief, there
St. Lucie Voice in an exclusive in- are problems and risks connected
terview. “It’s a war for my commu- to Lake Okeechobee, so the Corps
nity. It’s a war for our water, which aims to spread both. Mast said
affects our community top to bot- shared adversity too often ignores
tom, which affects the economy of fundamental fairness. The Lake
my community from top to bot- Okeechobee nutrient load that
tom.” feeds the cyanobacteria to bloom-

Lake Okeechobee algae blooms CONTINUED ON PAGE A6
and discharges represent a
fast-moving

BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer ter a resident’s pet made contact for the agency, explained that CHILI KING
[email protected] with a rabid bat. such information is not typically CREATES
released as part of an advisory. A BIG STIR
Residents of St. Lucie Coun- The Florida Department of But, she and the agency encour-
ty are reminded to use caution Health did not release informa- age residents throughout the Daniel Kurek prepares
when outside where they might tion about the pet or the location county to remain vigilant. his chili for what would
make contact with wild or stray of the incident. ultimately be chosen
animals. The warning comes af- CONTINUED ON PAGE A3 as the best chili of
Arlease Hall, a spokeswoman the 36th Annual Chili
Cook-off last Saturday
Group promotes self-defense to ‘empower’ women
at the Havert L. Fenn
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent will start at 7:30 p.m. The instruc- PHOTO: LINDA THIBEAULT Center in Fort
tor – who wishes to be identified Pierce. The pop-
The Inner Truth Project deals as Michelle – is trained in hap- ular event bene-
with one of the most difficult kido, a martial art introduced to fits the programs
truths – sexual violence happens. Americans by actor Tom Laughlin of the Boys &
in the 1971 movie “Billy Jack.” Girls Club of
On Thursday, July 26, the not- Mindi Fetterman, founder of the
for-profit will share another truth. organization, said the class is open St. Lucie County.
There are effective means to de- Story, Page B5. 
fend oneself in the face of attack. CONTINUED ON PAGE A8
Self-Defense for Female Survivors

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RABIES ADVISORY MYSTERY SURROUNDS REMAINS FOUND OFF U.S. 1

CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1

“Rabies is a fatal but preventable dis- BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer scene last Thursday. That press briefing for more remains. He would not spec-
ease. It is important not to handle wild [email protected] was then shared on the Sheriff’s Office ulate how much of the body had been
animals, to be aware of unusual acting Facebook page. It was the last post (as of recovered or what other parts need be
animals, and to keep pets vaccinated Nearly a week after what appeared to press time) regarding the investigation. found, noting he did not want to inter-
against rabies,” Clint Sperber, health offi- be human remains were discovered in rupt the techs.
cer for the Florida Department of Health the area of U.S. 1 and Kitterman Road, The Medical Examiner’s Office said it
in St. Lucie County, said in a prepared few details have been brought to light. might send the remains out to another Investigators cleared the scene last
statement released by the agency. lab to see if DNA can be collected. As it Thursday and are no longer searching
Yes, the remains appear to be human. is, there is nothing available to the office the property.
The following is information released Yes, the Medical Examiner’s Office is ex- that would give officials an ID for the re-
by the St. Lucie County office of the Flori- amining the bones. Yes, the Sheriff’s Of- mains. Wilson said there were no obvious
da Department of Health: fice is investigating. signs of trauma from what investigators
A construction crew working on the had seen so far. He added that it was
In Florida, raccoons, bats, foxes and But not much more is being offered. property made the discovery – that of a not known if the remains had originally
unvaccinated cats are the animals most A spokeswoman for the Medical Ex- skull – which prompted the call to au- been buried or if they had sunk into the
frequently diagnosed with rabies. Other aminer’s Office in Fort Pierce said the of- thorities. ground over time.
animals that are at high risk for rabies fice hasn’t been able to learn much from
include skunks, otters, coyotes, bobcats, the remains. They haven’t been able to Investigators spent at least two days Investigators have been checking
stray or unvaccinated dogs, and ferrets. discern anything from what remains last week combing the property search- missing person reports to see if they
were collected. ing for other body parts. could make a match between the re-
Typically, each year, St Lucie County re- “We can’t tell you a gender,” said Chief mains and a report. As of press time, no
ceives reports of suspected rabid animals. Deputy Garry Wilson last week. “We can’t Wilson said that animals got involved, such match had been made.
tell you an age. We can’t tell you any of “moved things around,” which is why
Rabies is a disease of the nervous sys- that because it’s still early in the process the body was not found fully intact. Wilson said the area has been known to
tem and is fatal to warm-blooded ani- of recovering the remains.” be a place for homeless camps, but could
mals and humans. Rabies is transmitted Wilson spoke to reporters on the “We’re not going to finish until we’re not say definitively that the remains were
through exposure to the saliva and ner- certain we got everything we can get,” those of a homeless person. 
vous tissue from a rabid animal through Wilson said late last week of searching
a bite, scratch or contact with mucous
membranes such as the eyes, nose or particularly raccoons, bats, foxes, skunks, ter the exposure will protect an exposed the Florida Department of Health Bureau
mouth. otters, bobcats and coyotes. person from the disease. of Laboratories. DOH-St. Lucie also pro-
vides rabies vaccinations to victims of an-
An animal with rabies could infect do- The only treatment for human expo- Along with local animal services, DOH- imal bites, the only known effective treat-
mestic animals that have not been vacci- sure to rabies is rabies-specific immune St. Lucie works to prevent rabies by as- ment for rabies prevention in humans.
nated against rabies. All domestic animals globulin and rabies immunization. sisting with animal bite investigations
should be vaccinated against rabies and and testing of animals for rabies through CONTINUED ON PAGE A4
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POLICE, FIRE RESCUE PREPARE FOR THE WORST RABIES ADVISORY

BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer Port St Lucie police and St. Lucie County Fire Rescue take part in ‘active threat’ training CONTINUED FROM PAGE A3
[email protected]
at the Renaissance Charter School in Port St. Lucie last week. PHOTOS: LINDA THIBEAULT Precautions urged:
Over the course of a few weeks, more  Keep rabies vaccinations up to date
than 600 first responders from the Port could be targeted for tical active threat scenario, “so this was for all pets and at-risk livestock.
St. Lucie Police Department and St. Luc- mass shootings. “This very new to them,” Chief Spera said.  Do not allow your pets to run free.
ie County Fire Rescue will be challenged, was almost the real Follow leash laws by keeping pets and
forced to overcome emotions and focus thing,” Olson said, Spera said one of his priorities is to en- livestock secured on your property. If
on the task at hand. adding that the only sure his crews are trained with all three your pet or livestock are bitten by a wild
thing not real was the agencies – sheriff’s, Port St. Lucie police animal, seek veterinary assistance for the
The latest round of “active threat” ammunition – and the bad guy, who was and Fort Pierce police – so each agency animal immediately and contact your lo-
training is taking place at Renaissance played by a department instructor. knows each other’s place in the response. cal animal control agency.
Charter School in Port St. Lucie – a place For the first time, the department is  Support animal control in efforts
where several Port St. Lucie police officers training with St. Lucie Fire Rescue. “Whether blue uniform or green uni- to reduce feral and stray animal popu-
send their kids. With the ever-climbing “It seems much more efficient and ef- form, they understand our role,” he said. lations. Spay or neuter your pets to help
number of school shootings nationwide, fective,” Olson said of having Fire Rescue reduce the number of unwanted pets that
it seemed fortuitous that Renaissance within the response teams. Police can fo- Having all the agencies work together may not be properly cared for or regularly
officials offered up their campus for the cus on clearing the area and Fire Rescue helps to reduce the level of chaos during vaccinated.
training long before February’s tragedy in can render aid to the injured. what would already be a chaotic situation,  Do not handle, feed or unintention-
Parkland, Fla. “We’re all on the same page,” he said. he added. ally attract wild animals with outdoor food
St. Lucie County Fire Rescue Chief Nate sources such as uncovered trash or litter.
“It pulls at our heart-strings,” said Spera agreed that the joint training is ben- For both Fire Rescue and Port St. Lucie  Never adopt wild animals or bring
training coordinator and instructor Offi- eficial for his crew as well. Last year, the police, the first responders are expected to them into your home.
cer Jim Olson, especially when children agency trained with the Sheriff’s Office. set their emotions aside and deal with the  Teach children never to handle un-
are involved. The crew hadn’t before trained in a tac- task at hand, be it neutralizing the threat, familiar animals, wild or domestic, even
clearing the area, or rendering aid to the if they appear friendly.
To amp up the reality of injured.  Prevent bats from entering living
the training, an 11-year- quarters or occupied spaces in homes,
old son of a Port St. Luc- “The best way to prepare is ongoing churches, schools and other similar areas,
ie police officer has been training,” Spera said.  where they might come in contact with
helping out. He’s been people and pets.
role-playing as an injured
victim, calling out to the What to do if bitten or scratched:
responders by name.  Persons bitten or scratched by a wild
animal or stray should seek medical at-
“That’s going to be a big tention immediately and report the inci-
hurdle” for the responding dent to your local animal services and to
officers, Olson said. During DOH-St. Lucie at 772-462-3883.
the first day of training, a
couple officers paused when the student Report a potentially rabid animal:
called their names. The officers then con-  St. Lucie County Animal Control:
tinued on their way, hunting the bad guy. 772-462-8120
 Port St Lucie Animal Control: 772-
But it’s that type of reaction that could 871-5042
easily change the course of the hunt. If the  Fort Pierce Animal Control: 772-467-
officers stopped, they might have been at- 3149.
tacked, or the bad guy could have gotten
away, or some other unfortunate result More information:
could have been realized.  On the web: www.floridahealth.gov/
diseases-andconditions/rabies/index.
“That’s why it’s so important to have html
this training,” Olson said.  Call DOH-St. Lucie: 772-462-3883. 

The department schedules these active
threat trainings every 14 months or so.
In the past, they’ve trained at a church,
a movie theater, and other locations that

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LAKE O DISCHARGES southern reservoir,” Mast said. Mast noted the correlation doesn’t mean

CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 But, the victory was tempered by word causation, so he’s awaiting more science be-

“Your Full-Service ing doesn’t come from the Treasure Coast. Mast was getting that the blue-green algae fore saying the high rates of liver diseases
Salon” “We’re not part of the stretch of the Kis-
being poured from the lake to Treasure Coast are related to the area’s repeated exposure to
simmee River, the entire watershed from Or-
lando south,” Mast said. waterways was at toxic levels. blue-green algae blooms.

The headwaters of Lake Okeechobee start “The Florida Department of Environmen- Gov. Rick Scott has declared a sev-
at Shingle Creek in Orange County and move
southward through the Kissimmee River sys- tal Protection, they said it’s 150 parts per bil- en-county state of emergency related to the
tem. Development and agriculture along the
way add nitrogen and phosphorous to the lion of cyanobacteria,” Mast said. Lake Okeechobee algae bloom be-
waters that enter Lake Okeechobee and feed
its algae blooms. “That’s 15 times greater than the ing released along with the water.

Mast later continued, “We’ve done noth- health organizations say is safe for The counties are St. Lucie, Martin,
ing to produce these toxins, but they want to
share these toxins with a place that has noth- human contact.” Palm Beach, Okeechobee, Glades,
ing to do with it. That is war to me.”
New Client The World Health Organization Lee and Hendry. Blue-green algae
Specials A war, Mast said, that has victories wax
and wane at times almost on an hour-by- and others hold that water with likely from Lake Okeechobee has
hour basis.
blue-green algae exceeding 1 part been reported as far north as the
“We’ve just come off 12 days of no dis-
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in the phone interview last Friday. “Every day with more than 10 parts per billion Brian Mast. In September 2010, Mast was an
of those 12 days was fought for.”
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in the thick of making sure that money for a
Extension $65 proposed $1.6 billion reservoir got in. nausea. Mast said there’s emerging research He received the Bronze Star, the Army
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“That’s a big thing we had to fight for, so saying that could be just the start of human Commendation Medal for Valor, the Purple
we don’t have to wait two more years for that
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Look out for IRSC’S ‘Mars Watch’ SELF-DEFENSE TRAINING numbers and rates impossible. The National
Sexual Violence Resource Center offers some
The Hallstrom Planetarium at Indian River State College will host guided CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 estimates based on various reports and studies.

telescopic views of Mars from July 23–31, during the red planet’s perihelic to women who’ve experienced sexual violence. The center figures about a third of women ex-
“(Michelle) has a very big heart for survivors of perience some form of contact sexual violence
opposition – the point in its orbit when it happens to be closest to the sun sexual violence,” Fetterman said. “She knows in their lifetimes. About half that many men will
our mission is to empower these women.” as well. Much of it happens in childhood. About
(perihelion) and occurring when Earth is passing it (opposition). At this one in four girls and one in six boys experience
The Inner Truth Project takes survivors at some form of contact sexual violence by the time
time, the Earth is millions of miles closer to Mars than usual, which results their words. The class is free. they turn 18. Some believe those numbers are
conservative.
in great viewing opportunities. Fetterman said this is the organization’s in-
augural venture into teaching physical self-de- Fetterman moved to the Treasure Coast in
The “Mars Watch” at IRSC is presented in conjunction with the Treasure fense. “What (Michelle) said is let’s just try it for 2007. Within a few years she’d started working
an hour and see how the women like it,” Fetter- with survivors of sexual violence here.
Coast Astronomical Society, whose mem- man said.
“We started as a support group in 2010 and
bers, along with Hallstrom Planetarium She explained that, by necessity, a self-de- had our center since 2012.”
fense class must recreate scenarios that can
Director Jon U. Bell, will be setting up their evoke memories of sexual violence among survi- Indeed, Fetterman put her college on hold to
vors. “It can be very distressing,” Fetterman said. open The Inner Truth Project.
telescopes nightly next to the Planetarium
So, the class will proverbially wade out to “I am a survivor myself,” she said. “I was mo-
on the IRSC Main Campus in Fort Pierce, deeper waters slowly and assess results along lested as a child and drugged and gang raped
the way. Hapkido, like other martial arts, doesn’t when I was 16. I was raped again in my mid-20s.”
one block south of the intersection of Vir- just deal with physical parries, grapples, blocks
and strikes. It also deals with inner and environ- Self-Defense for Female Survivors will be
ginia Avenue and 30th Street. “A celestial mental awareness as the first line of self-defense. at the organization’s office, 2190 NW Reserve
The class will include meditation and stretching. Park Trace, suite 13, in Port St. Lucie. Attendees
object that is at opposition rises out of It won’t have any aggressive physical contacts. should wear exercise clothing. Attendees should
also email ahead to [email protected]
the east at sunset, is highest in the sky at Fetterman said if the classes are successful, com, or call 772-200-4599.
there may be one for male survivors of sexual vi-
midnight, and sets at sunrise,” exclaims olence in the future. The Inner Truth Project has The Inner Truth Project recommends that
other programs for both sexes now. “We are a those in immediate crises call 911, or the Sex-
Jon U. Bell, Director of the Hallstrom Plan- center and outreach for survivors – men, women ual Assault Assistance Program of the Treasure
and teens,” Fetterman said. Coast, 1-866-828-7273. Alternately, those in im-
etarium at IRSC. “In other words, we’re as Last year about 3,000 people came out mediate crisis can call 1-800-656-4673, HOPE,
to the partial solar eclipse viewing at the The Department of Justice estimates that less the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network.
close to it as we can get, and we’re able to IRSC planetarium. PHOTO COURTESY IRSC than a third of sexual crimes are ever reported
to law enforcement. That makes getting reliable To learn more, visit www.innertruthproject.
observe it all night long!” com. 

Being this close, says Bell, allows us to get good, detailed views of the

Martian features when we observe it with a telescope. During a perihelic

opposition, it’s possible to see some of its mountains and valleys, admit-

tedly looking quite blurry, but enough to suggest the crisscrossing lines that

were noted during another such event back in the late 19th century.

The viewing will take place from 8 p.m. until 10 p.m., weather permit-

ting, from July 23 to 31; set-up begins at 7:30 p.m. The event is free and

open to the public. Visitors are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and bring

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IN LOVING MEMORY

MARILYN M. CAVILL, 92 Noel of Jersey City, N.J.; grandson, Michael
Port St. Lucie Noel of Bronx, N.Y.; sister, Jacqueline Beezer
of Port St. Lucie; brother, Anthony Cooper
Marilyn M. Cavill, 92, of Port St. Lucie of Atlanta, Ga.; sister, Marilyn Martin-Ward
passed away Thursday, July 12 at the Trea- of Palm Bay, Fla.; nieces and nephews, Paul
sure Coast Hospice residence in Fort Pierce. Martin of Los Angeles; Maya Stone, of At-
Marilyn was born in Chicago, Ill., and had lanta; Joshua Cooper, Lydia Cooper, Chari-
been a resident of Port St. Lucie for the past ty Cooper and Zipporah Cooper of Atlanta;
two years, coming from Wayne, Pa. three grandnieces, Elleona, Marleny and
Helena; and three grandnephews, Fabian,
She was a member of St. Matthew’s Unit- Jonathan and Aaron.
ed Methodist Church of Valley Forge in
Wayne, Pa. WILLIAM P. LEHNOW, 60
Port St. Lucie
Survivors include her two sons, James
Haskett (wife, Monica) and David Haskett William P. Lehnow, 60, of Port St. Lucie
(wife, Melody); three grandchildren, Andrew passed away on July 6. William was born on
Haskett (wife, Colleen), Jeremy (wife, Lori) Jan. 19, 1958, to Henry and Ernestine Leh-
and Jeannie Haskett; and four great-grand- now in New Britian, Conn. He moved to Port
children, Alex Haskett, Adam Ricci, Danielle St. Lucie in 2016, coming from Southington,
Ricci and Tyler Ricci. Conn.

KATHLEEN COOPER, 74 William served in United States Air Force.
Port St. Lucie He worked for Pratt-Whitney for 30 years.
He enjoyed golf, and was an avid fan of the
Kathleen Cooper, 74, of Port St. Lucie New York Jets.
passed away on July 7. Kathleen was born on Survivors include his wife of almost 37
Oct. 20, 1943, in Port of Spain, Trinidad, to years, Laurie Lehnow; sons, Jason, Christo-
Eugene and Clara Cooper. pher and Andrew Lehnow, all of Port St. Luc-
ie; sister, Shirley D’Agostino of Plantsville,
Kathleen worked as a registered nurse Conn.; brother, John Lehnow of Southing-
at the Bronx Lebanon Hospital and later ton, Conn.; granddaughter, Natalia Lehnow;
at Workmen’s Circle Nursing Home before and grandson, Jason Lehnow.
moving to Port St. Lucie in 2007.

Kathleen is survived by her son, Robert

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Study: Sleep hygiene even more critical post-stroke

BY MARIA CANFIELD | Correspondent matched to the stroke victims by gender and pants’ brain activity during the day using good sleep hygiene. If they still have prob-
lems falling asleep or staying asleep, they
It’s long been known that sleep can be elu- age. The participants spent two nights and a multiple sleep latency test (MSLT) which should seek treatment from a healthcare pro-
sive for people who’ve had a stroke. Accord- fessional who specializes in sleep medicine.”
ing to the National Stroke Association, more one day in a sleep lab, where the researchers measures the time from the start of a daytime
than half of stroke survivors experience sleep A few tips for good sleep hygiene:
problems – including insomnia – which can conducted a polysomnogram test to assess nap period to the first signs of sleep. The re-  Go to sleep and wake up at the same
delay recovery, impede cognitive function, time each day.
worsen memory problems and ultimately the brain’s sleeping patterns. sults showed that those who had had a stroke  Don’t take more than one nap a day, and
lead to depression. keep it short.
It was discovered that it took those who were less likely than the healthy volunteers to  Create a pleasant sleeping environ-
But exactly what happens in people’s ment; make your bedroom cool, dark, and
brains during their post-stroke recovery has had a stroke longer to fall asleep nap or fall asleep during the day comfortable.
been a bit of a mystery.  Exercise moderation in consuming al-
than the volunteers, and that to compensate for lost sleep at cohol.
Recently, in a first-of-its-kind study, re-  Use a sound machine, or other type of
searchers from Europe set out to change they also had poorer “sleep effi- night, and were also more likely white noise, to block out unwanted noise.
that. Using sophisticated testing techniques,  Do not watch TV or use the computer
they compared the brain signals of people 12 ciency” – the ratio of time spent to achieve poorer results on the in bed. This is the most important tip, ac-
months after they had a stroke with the brain cording to Dr. Suen. “Our eyes are connect-
activity of people in the general population. asleep compared to the time “psychomotor vigilance test,” ed by the optic nerve to the part of the brain
that regulates our internal sleep clock. The
Dr. John Suen is the Medical Director of spent in bed. suggesting increased daytime im- light from these sources acts as a potent
Sleep Disorders Center Florida, located in stimulus.”
Vero Beach. He is familiar with the study and Importantly, the team found pairment due to sleep problems.
says it is useful, particularly because the re- Dr. Suen is board-certified in Sleep Medi-
search was conducted a full year after the that while sleep efficiency was The psychomotor vigilance cine, Pulmonary Disease, Internal Medicine
stroke occurred. “That’s important, as it sug- and Critical Care Medicine. Sleep Disorders
gests that sleeping problems are caused by poorer in those who had a stroke, test is a tool used to measure a Center Florida is an accredited medical treat-
other factors in addition to the stroke itself. ment center for all sleep-related issues. It is lo-
This observation offers greater opportunities total sleep time between the Dr. John Suen. person’s behavioral alertness. It cated at 3735 11th Circle #103 in Vero Beach;
to provide help.” groups was similar. This mean involves measuring the speed at the phone number is 772-563-2910. 
it’s unlikely that lesions (abnor- PHOTO: DENISE RITCHIE which a person reacts to visual
Participating in the study were 21 peo-
ple who had had a stroke at least 12 months mal tissue) in the brains’ centers for sleep- stimuli. Poor results can increase the risk of
earlier, and 21 healthy volunteers, who were
wake regulation are the cause of post-stroke cognitive lapses and even falls. A simplified

sleep problems; rather, the researchers (and version of the test – not intended to be a

Dr. Suen) believe those problems are due to clinical assessment – can be found on Sleep

a number of contributing factors, including Disorders Center Florida’s website @ www.

pain and discomfort, greater psychological sleepdisordersflorida.com.

strain and reduced levels of physical activity. The research team’s bottom line, and Dr.

The research team was from the Univer- Suen agrees, is that treatment of sleep disor-

sity of Surrey in the U.K., the University of ders should be routinely included in stroke

Freiburg in Germany, and the University of rehabilitation practices. Unfortunately, that

Bern in Switzerland. The study was published is not currently common practice.

in the journal Scientific Reports in May 2018. Dr. Suen says “it begins with people recov-

The researchers also recorded partici- ering from a stroke taking extra care to have

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Additional features: 2.5 car garage with golf cart door, in-
ground screened pool, central vacuum, wet bar, plantation
shutters, staircase to attic storage

Community amenities:
basketball, billiards, clubhouse, exercise room, tennis
Listing brokerage: Keller Williams Realty of Port St. Lucie

Listing agent: Donald and Lisa Baetzold
772-618-0026 or 772-919-2100
Listing price: $524,000

and golf views, and this is a place where you a place to feel warm on a rainy night or to
can relax early in the morning, with coffee, enjoy on a sunny day. It’s a place to come
or at sunset with a beverage of choice. home to. Houses are bought and sold, but
this is a home.”
For Donald Baetzold, agent for Keller Wil-
liams, this house has something for every- Of course, this is PGA Village, and there
one. are so many amenities to enjoy. It is a golf-
er’s paradise, but the facilities include ten-
“As I spend more time here, I noted that nis, an exercise room, a pool and jogging
this is a real home, a place where you can and biking trails. You can be as much a part
feel comfortable in,” he said. “It’s always of the community as you wish, or you can
cozy and you can be comfortable either stay close to home and enjoy your own pri-
cooking in your pajamas or formal dress. It’s vate paradise. 
a place where friends and family can come,

Tom Cann Tom Cann PROVEN RESULTS AND EXPERT KNOWLEDGE
OF THE COMMUNITY FOR OVER 15 YEARS
Broker, PGA Life Member
PGA VERANO PGA VERANO PGA VILLAGE
772.485.1222
Melinda Cann

Broker, Co-Owner

772.215.8178

PGA VERANO

NEW LISTING

10837 SW Visconti Way 10795 SW Visconti Way- ON 9515 SW Nuova Way 7740 Greenbrier Circle
Large Estate Home 2 BD, On Golf Course!
Isabella floor plan w/ 3 Car GOLF COURSE WITH POOL! 2.5 BA, Den, Formal Living, Family Room 3 BD, 2.5 BA, 2157 Sq. ft. On the 4th
Garage!2 BR, 2 BA, Dining/Den or Poss. 3rd BR, 3 car 1820 sq. ft. with Ravella Floorplan 2 BR, Den, 2.5 BH 2097 Sq. Ft. home on the golf course Formal Dining, Pool & Spa w/ Private Lake View hole of Dye Golf Course
with heated pool /spa and summer kitchen. Large screen enclosure with 2761 Sq. Ft. All Impact Glass $419,000 $379,000
gorgeous golf views. Lots of upgrades! Summer Kitchen, plantation picture window. This home has white cabinets beautiful wood look porcelain
shutters, built in kitchen dining area. All impact glass. $386,000 tile and many upgraded features. All Impact Glass. $489,000 PGA VERANO PGA VILLAGE

PGA VERANO PGA VERANO

10610 SW Capraia Way 11093 SW Visconti Way 10333 SW Ambrose Way 9202 World Cup Way
Lago Model Bella Model Castellano Floorplan 2 BR, 3 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath,
2 BR, Den, 2 BA, 1932 Sq. Ft. Beautiful lake view with screened patio 2,BR, Den, 2 BA, 2 Car 1646 Sq. Ft. Built in 2017 - All Im- Den, 2 BA, 2 Car garage with Golf Cart Bump Out!
pact Glass Crown molding, plantation shutters, upgraded tile 1819 Sq. Ft. with private view on the C-24 canal 1 Car Garage, Furnished.
and summer kitchen. Owners have added extensive landscaping, custom on the diagonal. Every inch of this home is carefully designed All Impact Glass $264,900
with a sophisticate feel throughout. $324,900 Devon Model $197,000
closets and shelving. All impact glass. $417,900

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TRADITION AND ST. LUCIE WEST REAL ESTATE SALES

TOP SALES OF THE WEEK

A solid week for real estate sales in Tradition and St. Lucie West saw 18 transactions from July
9-13 (some shown below).
The top sale of the week was the residence at 7993 Saddlebrook Drive. First listed last Decem-
ber for $699,900, this 4-bedroom, 5-bathroom, 4,360-square-foot house sold for $580,000 on
July 12.
The week’s next-best sale was the lot at 6455 NW Colgate Street. First listed early last week, the
.38 acre lot sold for the $300,000 asking price on July 12.

SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCES AND LOTS SELLING
ORIGINAL PRICE

TOWN ADDRESS LISTED ASKING PRICE SOLD $580,000
$300,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 7993 SADDLEBROOK DRIVE 12/15/2017 $699,900 7/12/2018 $285,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 6455 NW COLGATE STREET 7/7/2018 $300,000 7/12/2018 $267,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 812 SW LAKE CHARLES CIRCLE 3/12/2018 $299,000 7/10/2018 $265,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 11547 SW ROCKINGHAM DRIVE 4/9/2018 $274,000 7/10/2018 $265,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 315 NW WESTOVER COURT 3/30/2018 $289,000 7/11/2018 $250,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 5903 NW HANN DRIVE 4/3/2018 $285,000 7/13/2018 $248,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 6041 NW WESLEY ROAD 5/14/2018 $259,900 7/12/2018 $237,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 246 NW TOSCANE TRAIL 3/27/2018 $274,900 7/9/2018 $235,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 570 SW ST. KITTS COVE 12/28/2017 $249,000 7/10/2018 $235,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 630 NW SAN CANDIDO WAY 4/8/2018 $235,000 7/9/2018 $227,200
PORT SAINT LUCIE 10496 SW STRATTON DRIVE 3/13/2018 $235,000 7/11/2018 $225,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 5884 NW LEGHORN AVENUE 3/24/2018 $235,000 7/9/2018
PORT SAINT LUCIE 558 NW LAMBRUSCO DRIVE 4/15/2018 $235,000 7/9/2018

COAST TO COAST... WE WISH
WE SELL THE MOST! EVERYONE
A SAFE &
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8401 Belfry Place.
Well maintained 2/2/2,

updated bathrooms,
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the quiet, friendly
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$289,900

A FREE ONE HOUR GOLF LESSON

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561.818.1918 We never stop moving® Scott Barnaby, PGA

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

6455 NW Colgate Street, Port Saint Lucie 812 SW Lake Charles Circle, Port Saint Lucie

Listing Date: 7/7/2018 Listing Date: 3/12/2018
Original Price: $300,000 Original Price: $299,000
Sold: 7/12/2018 Sold: 7/10/2018
Selling Price: $300,000 Selling Price: $285,000
Listing Agent: Cathrine Lee Listing Agent: Raymond Cruise

Selling Agent: Real Estate Expo Inc Selling Agent: Atlantic Shores Rlty Expertise

Cathrine Lee Raymond Cruise

Real Estate Expo Inc Atlantic Shores Rlty Expertise

11547 SW Rockingham Drive, Port Saint Lucie 315 NW Westover Court, Port Saint Lucie

Listing Date: 4/9/2018 Listing Date: 3/30/2018
Original Price: $274,000 Original Price: $289,000
Sold: 7/10/2018 Sold: 7/11/2018
Selling Price: $267,000 Selling Price: $265,000
Listing Agent: Natalie Rose Ruskay Listing Agent: Robert Johnson

Selling Agent: Allied Property Mgmt Group Inc Selling Agent: Keller Williams Realty

Alfred R. Marrone Robert Johnson

Berkshire Hathaway Fl Realty Keller Williams Realty

Real Estate. Redefined CHRIS CHAPDELAINE

TREASURE COAST FEATURED PROPERTIES REALTOR

ARE YOU IN THE MARKET FOR A Committed to making your Buying or Selling
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11779 SW Aventino Drive 1348 SE Starklake Ct. 720 NE Galilean Street

SOLD SOLD SOLD

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THE LAKES AT ST. LUCIE WEST PGA VILLAGE PGA VILLAGE PGA VILLAGE

GREAT LOCATION! Charming, bright, open & spacious 2BR, OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, JULY 22ND 1-4pm IMMACULATE TORREY PINES TOWNHOME. Great location to the community PGA VILLAGE BEAUTY! GORGEOUS WATER & GOLF VIEWS!
2BA vila. Master has sliders out to the large screened lanai, Meticulously cared for 3BR, 2BA, tile flooring t/o, plantation shutters beautifuly upgraded pool! 2BD, 2BA, 2CG and 2 screened lanai’s! Crown molding, plantation shutters, Spectacular property with very desirable floor plan, 3 brs + den, 3.5 baths! Pool,
new kitchen cabinets, counter & appliances. kitchen & bathrooms, NEW roof & A/C 2103, screened lanai w/solar heat pool, lake view. pendant lighting, 2017 A/C! spa, rock waterfals, summer kitchen & al the bels and whistles!
Kay Rodriguez 772-486-2126; Christopher Rodriguez 772-828-9963 Isabele Polock 772-713-3221; Elise Danielian 772-418-2992 Chris Chapdelaine 772-529-3748 Linda MacCormack 772-812-0469
RX-10437770 $174,000 7330 Marsh Terrace JUST LISTED! $349,900 RX-10406690 $219,900 RX-10447072 NEW LISTING! $589,900

LAKE FOREST POINTE PGA VILLAGE TRADITION / TOWNPARK TRADITION / BEDFORD PARK

STUNNING LAKE VIEW NEW CONSTRUCTION – GOLF COURSE VIEW BEAUTIFUL LAKE VIEW GEORGEOUS LAKEFRONT HOME Over 2600 liv Sq. Ft. 3BR PLUS den,
Immaculate 2BR, 2BA, 2CG home, 1 year new A/C., exterior recently painted, tile Brand New Home TO BE BUILT, 3BR, 2.5BA, 2CG, great floor plan, IMPACT Immaculate 3BR PLUS bonus room, 2.5BA, large open floor plan, granite kitchen crown molding, diagonal tile, stunning kitchen w/Quartz counters, upgraded cabi-
roof, paver driveway, covered patio offering spectacular lake view. Doors & Windows, established neighborhood on golf course, only lot left in area. w/SS appls, extended screened patio & open brick paver patio, large fenced yard nets, SS appls, covered & screened paver lanai w/extend paver patio
Michele Agrusa 772- 263- 6131 John Falkenhagen 772-467-1299 Donna Finley 772-985-3830; Damaris Alamo 772-631-7887 Becca Layne 772-224-6994
RX-10435430 $209,900 RX-10411913 $350,000 RX-10441302 $288,999 RX-10445771 NEW LISTING! $370,000

PGA VILLAGE LAKE CHARLES LAKE CHARLES PGA VILLAGE

BEAUTIFUL PRESERVE & LAKE VIEWS BEAUTIFULL UPDATED “ST JAMES” MODEL 3BR, 2BA, 2CG, open & bright COURTYARD POOL HOME w/CASITA Spacious 3BR, 3.5BA, “St. Andrews” BEAUTIFUL POOL HOME – STUNNING GOLF VIEW 3BR, 2.5BA, 2CG,
Popular “Medinah” floor plan, Like New, 3BR, 2.5BA, updated kitchen w/SS floor plan, kitchen w/new granite & SS appls, washer & dryer, new wood floors in floor plan, freshly painted interior, SS appls, upgraded kitchen with built-in b’fast area, granite, new appls, plantation shutters,
appliances, granite, fresh paint, private preserve & lake views. bdrms, new A/C. Screened lanai w/preserve view b’fast nook, family room w/slider leading to large screened courtyard w/pool. garage has built-in guest-suite, screened lanai with pool, lush landscaping
Elise Danielian 772-418-2992; Isabele Polock 772-713-3221 Martin Borgia 772-626-9036 Kay Rodriguez 772-486-2126; Christopher Rodriguez 772-828-9963 Ryan Reagan 561-308-0807; David Paladino 561-574-6490
RX- 10377827 $348,500 RX-10416853 $239,900 RX-10442564 $269,000 RX-10432466 $329,000

MAGNOLIA LAKES PGA VILLAGE TRADITION / VITALIA STUART / RIVER GLEN

GREAT HOME! GREAT LOCATION! CASTLE PINES – SERENE WATER & GOLF VIEWS Fuly furnished 2nd floor WATERFRONT BEAUTY ON CUL-DE-SAC GORGEOUS WATER VIEW 1ST FLOOR CONDO
3BR, 2BA, 2Cg, open floor plan w/vaulted ceilings, updated SS appls & gas range 2BR, 2.5BA, tile throughout, new interior paint 2017 new wash/dryer, lrg screened Stunning 3BR, 2BA “Lauderdale” model, elegant finishes throughout, crown mold- 3BR, 2BA Newly Remodeled, SS appls, quartz countertops, tile thru-out w/wood
top, front porch + back screened-in patio overlooks lush landscaping balcony overlooks the lake & 16th hole of the Pete Dye Course ing, extended garage, covered & screened pavered lanai offering spectacular views. look tile in kitchen, Accordian Shutters. Upgrades galore.
Valerie Juno 772-214-9404; Moira Feely Rekus 772-626-7812 Ryan Reagan 561-308-0807; Tony Reagan 772-333-0025 Linda Olsinski 772-359-2227
RX-10419546 $229,900 RX-10447530 JUST LISTED! $159,900 RX-10444887 $399,000 RX-10423190 $264,900

PGA VILLAGE PORT ST. LUCIE PGA VILLAGE PGA VILLAGE

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, JULY 22ND 1-3pm POOL HOME – FENCED YARD 3BR, 2BA, 2CG, split floor plan w/master RARE FENCED YARD HOME IN PGA VILLAGE BEAUTIFUL POOL HOME ON THE 17TH FAIRWAY
Immaculate 2BR, 2BA, 2CG PLUS den superior home, kitchen w/granite, SS cabana bath, ceramic tile & wood flooring, covered patio, screened lanai with pool, 3BR, 2BA, 2CG home, 18” porcelain tile on diagonal throughout living areas & 4BR, 3BA including the cabana bath, tile in al living areas SS appls, screened lanai
appls, crown molding throughout, house painted 2016, NEW A/C 2015 fenced yard, great home for entertaining! three bedrooms, large fenced yard, perfect for children & pets. leading out to pool & spa overlooks the 17th Fairway of the Legacy Golf Course
Walter Panfil 772-359-8800 Nora Hambrick 772-342-7522; Pam Misiano 772-224-9691 Jim Insinga 772-233-2500; Sara Sloan 772-618-3474; Diane Gault 772-342-7455
9240 SHORT CHIP CIR $319,900 RX-10438112 $239,999 RX-10423434 $284,900 RX-10435517 $349,999

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Elise Danielian Ingrid Hewitt TOP PRODUCING
772-418-2992 772-203-7800 TEAM
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772-713-3221

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PGA VILLAGE $349,900 JUST LISTED Jensen Park Estates $369,500 SINGER ISLAND $464,900

OPEN HOUSE SUN, GREAT 4BR/2BA BREATHTAKING &
JULY 22ND 1-4PM FAMILY HOME PANORAMIC
IN JENSEN PARK WATER VIEWS!
IMMPECABLE POOL REeScTeAntTuEpSda. tes include kitchen counters, appliances
MHeOtiMcuElou–slLyAcaKreEd VfoIrEW Seagrape Towers - 10th floor, 2BR, 2BA
& cabinetry. Tile & laminate throughout. A/C corner condo, granite, marble floors throughout,
3BR, 2BA, tile flooring replaced in 2012. Private backyard with room for a impact glass, wrap around balconies with
t/o, plantation shutters beautifully upgraded pool. Close to beaches, shopping & dining! views of the ocean & intercostal
kitchen & bathrooms, NEW roof & A/C 2103, RX-10443864 457 NE Pecos Way RX-10427175 5460 N Ocean Drive #10-D
screened lanai with solar heat pool, beautiful
lake view.
RX-10447707 7330 Marsh Terrace

PGA VILLAGE $348,500 COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES $449,900 PGA VILLAGE $317,900

POPULAR MEDINAH BEAUTIFUL POOL UNDER CONTRACT
FLOORPLAN. LIKE HOME WITH GOLF
NEW, 3BR, 2.5BA, VIEW.  BEAUTIFUL SERENE
UPDATED KITCHEN LAKE VIEW
4 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath. Almost 3400 sq/ft
w/SS appliances, granite, fresh paint, private under air. Spacious floor plan on large .47 acre Meticulously cared for and
preserve & lake views. corner lot, 2.5 car garage. new roof in 2014, 2 beautifully updated t/o, 3BR,
RX- 10377827 8908 Champions Way driveways, 1/2 house generator. 2BA, 2CG. SS appliances, granite in kitchen &
RX-10364158 1406 SW Osprey Cove baths, wood look tile flooring, frameless shower in
master bath, screened lanai.
RX-10418292 7240 Marsh Terrace

PGA VILLAGE $375,000 PGA VILLAGE $349,900 PALM CITY $490,000

IMPRESSIVE POOL SOLD! SOLD!
HOME WITH
STUNNING LAKE IMMACULATE EVERGREEN CLUB
VIEW POOL HOME WITH – POOL HOME ON
LAKE VIEW OVER AN ACRE
Light & Bright “Fairview” floor plan, 2BR, 2BA,
PLUS den, features decorative glass front door, SS Popular “Fairview” floor plan, 2BR, 2BA, Beautifully situated, 3BR, 3BA PLUS den, updated
appls, tumbled back splash, screened lanai with pool PLUS den features vaulted ceilings brand NEW SS kitchen w/granite, 42” cabinetry, pass-thru
RX-10403258 9125 Short Chip Circle appls, screened lanai w/pool & hot tub, expansive windows to pool area, solid CBS construction,
lake views accordion shutters, preserve view
RX-10382937 9221 Short Chip Cir RX-10435073 3886 SW Bimini Circle S.

Agent Exclusives

KAY RODRIGUEZ THE #1 TOP PRODUCER SINCE 2000

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

WHOEMSEELSL! Call Kay Rodriguez @ 772-486-2126

[email protected]

Call Chris Rodriguez @ 772-828-9963

[email protected]

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

VPIGLALAGE $1,200,000 VPIGLALAGE $619,900

CUSTOM ESTATE SPACIOUS BAYHILL on
HOME on 1.6 ACRES! the GOLF COURSE!

Five bedrooms, Four Baths, 3 car 4BDs, 4BA, 2+CG. Office/Den, &
garage. Stunning Marble Floors Bonus Room both w/new wood
throughout. Formal Living room floors! Formal LR, Formal DR &
with marble surround fireplace. Family Room. Cook’s Kitchen w/
Formal dining room w/ Butler’s NEW appliances, center island,
pantry. Large gourmet kitchen granite, & double ovens.
adjacent to oversized family room with Lanai access. Luxury master suite. Lanai Kitchen, master bath & cabana bath new refinished cabinets. Spacious master
with pool & spa surrounded by covered area with Balustrade accent. Large garage suite has his/her walk-in closets. Large columned screened Lanai with pool, spa

has storage room and A/C! RX-10089831 7904 Saddlebrook Dr. and extensive golf views. RX-10322223 8113 Kiawah Trace

VPIGLALAGE $359,000 VPIGLALAGE $329,900

SPECTACULAR BEAUTIFULLY
LAKE VIEW! UPGRADED with
STUNNING LAKE VIEWS!
3 Bedroom 2 Bath in desirable
Greenbrier Community with lake 3 Bedroom, 2Bath, Sawgrass model.
view. Enter through your beautiful Lovely covered entry into foyer & formal
glass doors. Tile on the diagonal in all dining area. Open great room with views
common areas. Kitchen with upgraded of large screened lanai & lake. Spacious
cabinets and new corian counters, and kitchen with breakfast area, granite
all new S.S. appliances. Crown Moldings. Master has 2 walk-in closets, dual sinks, shower & counters, stone back splash & upgraded appliances. Master suite includes sitting area with
separate soaking tub. Entertain on your flagstone covered Lanai with serene views on the lake. sliders to lanai. Upgraded master bath has double sinks, seamless shower, & soaking tub. A

Freshly painted interior makes this move right in. RX-10436771 7669 Greenbrier Cir. well maintained home, don’t miss it! Room for a pool! RX-10423817 8413 Belfry Pl.

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

Keller Williams 84 agents 510k per agentReal Estate. Redefined tnega rep k43.1$ stnega 95 eceipretsaM xaMeR
Berkshire Hathaway 44 agents 761k per agent tnega rep k209$ stnega 231 LSP smailliW relleK
Keyes Realty 35 agents 799k per agentTREASURE COAST FEATURED PROPERTIES tnega rep k638 stnega 611 serohS citnaltA
Atlantic Shores 116 agents 836k per agent tnega rep k997 stnega 53 ytlaeR seyeK
Keller Williams PSL 132 agents $902k per agentLang Agents Rank #1 intnega rep k167 stnega 44 yawahtaH erihskreB
ReMax Masterpiece 59 agents $1.34k per agentSales Per Agent fortnega rep k015 stnega 48 smailliW relleK
St. Lucie County

$2.25
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Agents

Sales figures for the period of
Jan. 1, 2018 thru June 30, 2018

This data is not verified for authenticity or accuracy and may not reflect all real estate
activity in the market. Based on information © 2018 Realtors of the Palm Beaches and

Greater Fort Lauderdale Multiple Listing Service, Inc.

Call the leading sales specialists at Lang Realty. (772) 467-1299

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FRIDAY, JULY 20, 2018 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER

Coming Up! PRINCESSES’
TEA TIME
BARD’S ‘MACBETH’:
A QUINTESSENTIAL A group of little princesses was treated to tea and story-time by Princess Enchantment at the Port St. Lucie Community Center last
DRAMA AT THE A.C.T.
Wednesday. The Princess Tea Party takes place the first Wednesday of the month.  PHOTO: LINDA THIBEAULT
BY SAMANTHA BAITA | Staff Writer

1 A stone-cold drama on a hot
summer evening: For a play
with blood and thunder, murder
most foul, and political intrigue,
Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” fills the
bill. This weekend (July 20-22) and
the next, A.C.T. Studio Theatre
presents “Macbeth,” The Bard’s
circa-1606 tragedy which, says
Wikipedia, “dramatizes the dam-
aging physical and psychological
effects of political ambition on
those who seek power for its own
sake.” It tells the story of a Scottish
general, Macbeth, who is given a
prophecy from three witches, that
he will be king of Scotland. Ambi-
tion and a pushy wife turn him to
the dark side, and he kills the king
and takes the throne. These things
never end well. Curtain: Fridays,
Saturdays, Sundays, 8 p.m. Tick-
ets: $25. 516-662-2903.

2 OK, here’s an opportunity
you don’t get very often: a
free ukulele concert. This Satur-
day at the Morningside Branch
Library (on Morningside Boule-
vard) you can have that unusual
(and certain to be enjoyable) ex-

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MALTZ’S MARVELOUS LINEUP FEATURES RACHEL BAY JONES

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer Maltz Jupiter Theatre acts next season will include Rachel Bay Jones, right, and
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The Maltz Jupiter Theatre has announced its new sea-
son as well as its limited engagement productions. A high- Fleetwood Mac tribute “Rumours.” PHOTO COURTESY OF THE MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE
light of the season is the Sixth Annual Tony Award-Winner
Benefit Concert Nov. 17. This year’s event will star Rachel “Maria.” It will be presented March 24-April 14. 4 and the Drifters perform Feb. 15. The hysterical Second
Bay Jones, 2017 Tony winner for Best Featured Actress in a The Maltz always has some limited engagement shows, City presents “It’s Not You, It’s Me,” Feb. 16, and “One Night
Musical. She portrayed Heidi Hansen in the hit show “Dear in Memphis” comes to town for one night on March 14.
Evan Hansen.” starting with “To Kill a Mockingbird” Aug. 11 as part of the The Fleetwood Mac tribute “Rumours” performs March 15,
Youth Actors’ Chair. “Christmas Cheer,” live from the Maltz, Chris MacDonald remembers Elvis on April 26, and Billy
The regular season begins with “Steel Magnolias” by is Dec. 18, and a student production of “The Best of Broad- Joel is honored by Wade Preston and the Movin’ Out Band
Robert Harling from Oct. 28-Nov. 11. The beloved ladies in way” take the stage Dec. 29-30. April 27.
the beauty shop come to life in a show with witty humor
and heartfelt drama. The always-popular comedy troupe Capitol Steps comes The Maltz Jupiter Theatre is located at 1001 E. Indian-
to town for a perfect New Year’s Eve evening of political fun. town Rd., Jupiter. Call 561-575-2223 or visit ww.jupiterthe-
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The mega-hit “Mamma Mia!” opens the New Year Jan.
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“A Doll’s House, Part 2,” by Lucas Hnath, takes place 15
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The regular season ends with the classic musical, “West
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Dressing up and chowing down at Chili Cook-off

BY KERRY FIRTH | Correspondent Jaylah Klaffer was chosen Lil Miss Chili Pepper; Jeremiah Turner tries the Jell-O eating contest. PHOTOS: LINDA THIBEAULT

The Flintstones, the Trolls, Pink Panthers and ety booth, handed out edible people bones while trying the county they serve more than 6,000 youth annually
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‘To Kill a Mockingbird’: Area teen actors hope to do it justice

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer “Hamlet.” After an extensive interview and ducer. They were at a Tony Awards viewing Capizzi and Stet-
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creative team, learning everything from theater as Stetson doesn’t have a very ac- son chose each oth-
Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning directing to marketing. Other students tive theater scene.
“To Kill a Mockingbird” is one of the most make up the cast. er and he loves the
beloved of novels. In 2006, the 1960 work “She said that the Maltz was doing ‘To
was named “the book every adult should The show, which takes place in the Ala- Kill a Mockingbird’ and she asked if she school. He knew he
read before they die” by British librarians. bama of the 1930s, is told from the point of should put my name in,” Capizzi said. “I
Of course, it was made into an Academy view of Jean Louise “Scout” Finch, whose sent in my background and got an email. wanted to study mu-
Award-winning film in 1962, string an father, Atticus, a lawyer, defends an inno- I thought I would be an extra.”
amazing Gregory Peck. cent black man against a potential death sic but wasn’t sure Anthony Capizzi.
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The Young Artists’ Chair at the Maltz Lucie and Brianna Alvarez, 15, of Stuart had a featured role. wanted to pursue. PHOTO COURTESY ANTHONY CAPIZZI
Jupiter Theatre will present a stage adap- are part of the cast, and each spoke to me
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that brings local middle school, high Being in a show is a lot of work, a heavy said. “I went to Stetson because for any of
school and college students together with Capizzi will enter his sophomore year at commitment. You’re expected to be there
industry professionals in a free summer Stetson University this fall. He is studying on time. It’s a very professional atmosphere. the music, you need technique and that
mentorship program. Since 2011, students music performance and business admin- It’s a lot of being responsible, learning your
have produced such diverse works as “The istration and heard about the play from his part and getting the subtle nuances so you comes from classical music, singing arias.
Diary of Anne Frank,” “The Crucible” and friend, Maddie Gilbert, who is a co-pro- can accurately portray the character and
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POOCHES BONE UP FOR FARM DOG CERTIFIED TEST er, a Rottweiler. “He’s the dog who got me
into sheep herding 18 years ago,” Horgan
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent farm equipment.” in each other’s company. said.
That’s to see if they are distracted by the “The dog is on a leash all day,” Horgan ad-
Draxen Farms is hosting its first American He’d purchased Draxen for shows. Yeah,
Kennel Club Farm Dog Certified test this unusual sights and smells of a farm. vised. “We provide shade with a dozen can- the dog seemed to like the competitions, but
Sunday, July 22. Dogs don’t have to be rural “The dog has to get up on a bale of hay opy tents. We have tubs of water for the dogs they obviously weren’t his top pick.
residents living with livestock to get the cer- to cool off.”
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a minute,” Horgan said. That’s to see if the Back to the AKC registration. were going to try our dogs with sheep,” Hor-
“The only requirement is the dog is an dog is adaptable to various surfaces com- “AKC does accept registration of mixed- gan said.
AKC-registered dog,” said Michael Horgan, mon on farms. breed dogs for events like this,” Horgan said.
owner of Draxen Farms. To get the Farm Dog Certified test, a dog Draxen loved herding from the start. “He
The tested dogs also have to walk over must have either an AKC Registration Num- looked at me as if to say, ‘You finally know
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Horgan said. “This is a test of basic obedi- side crates and show that they’ll stay put and that are purebred but can’t get a registration is allowed. The grounds will open at 7 a.m.
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There’s no herding involved, but the dogs Number, which mixed-breed dogs can get. the morning testing will start right after
will meet some farm critters. But the event is not a completion. “There While it won’t be a part of the Farm Dog that meeting. Spectators are welcomed at
“All they’ll do with livestock is walk are two tests,” Horgan said. “There’s a morn- Certified test, Draxen Farms does teach the Farm Dog Certified test day. Horgan asks
past it and show they’re under control,” ing test and an afternoon test.” herding. It’s named after Horgan’s first herd- spectators not to bring dogs.
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perhaps 73 Late host Convy a sweater 81 Too bad, to bards
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possessive 76 Naturalist weds 9 “Park yer ___” 1984 Olympics
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co-star in On the 90 Nudist’s hue 19 Lava flow rock 97 Beat at bat
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carmaker, letting 97 Meal ingredient 31 Sky whatzit 104 Milnes’s milieu
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O’Neill title making ___ 35 Silent star weds 109 Bando and
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city a sort 36 ___ Na Na 112 Chairman ___
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hubby 110 Wine valley ranch in Giant
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to its populace 119 Leftover 54 Birthplace of
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pennies 124 Bob and ___ 61 ___ mind
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comedian, giving 2 Simoleons 66 Seething
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Hans Rosling is a Swedish medical doctor who rose to prominence when he produced J94 A832 K 10 6 5
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If you know how to do something, it seems easy. But until you do, it can appear very difficult. Q7

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what happens in three no-trump after West leads the diamond three?
The Bidding:
South starts with six top tricks: one spade, two hearts, two diamonds and one club. He
should hope that East has the club king and that he can get four heart tricks. What is the SOUTH WEST NORTH EAST OPENING
best play in the heart suit? 1 Hearts Pass 1 Spades Pass
1 NT Pass 3 NT All Pass LEAD:
Ideally, you run the nine. Then, assuming it loses to the jack or queen, you cash the ace and 3 Diamonds
king. Your chances are just under 50 percent. Here, though, declarer’s communications are
imperfect.

The simplest-looking line is to win the first trick with dummy’s diamond king and to lead a
club toward the queen. Suppose East takes that trick and returns a diamond. South should
win that, cash the club queen, then lead a low heart from his hand. Yes, the defenders take
that trick and two diamond winners, but when hearts prove to be 3-3, declarer is home.

Note, though, that if East had shifted to the spade four at trick three, it would have defeated
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CHIPPING AWAY AT CRUCIAL ELEMENT OF THE SHORT GAME KEVIN’S
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1. Take your putting grip, more in the as close to the ball as you would for a maximize your control
putt. by keeping the ball low, By Kevin Perkins
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