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Published by Vero Beach 32963 Media, 2017-06-08 14:01:11

06/09/2017 ISSUE 23

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VOLUME 2, ISSUE 23 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 2017

COUNTY LOOKS Sheriff’s camps give youth
FOR EMERGENCY structure during summer
HOUSING UNITS

BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer Spokesman Bryan Beatty said the
[email protected] [email protected] higher number during the school
year “is likely due to the fact that
Every year, St. Lucie County A ‘TRAIL’ OF School is out for summer and crimes may have occurred in the
hopes for the best but plans for the UNCERTAINTY ... typically that means law enforce- schools and our School Resource
worst when it comes to preparing ment is out on more patrols. Deputies did not make an immedi-
for disasters. To that end, officials The fate of St. Lucie Trail Golf Club remains up in the air after the PGA declined a bid by
are cobbling together a list of po- the St. Lucie West Services District to buy the property. See Page A8. PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN “Idle hands and idle young PHOTOS COURTESY OF ST. LUCIE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
tential properties that could be adults usually means trouble,” St.
used for emergency housing fol- Lucie County Sheriff Ken Mascara ate arrest, but rather conducted an
lowing a destructive hurricane, said. Both his agency and the Port investigation that led to a warrant
wildfire or other natural disaster. St. Lucie Police Department are being issued and then made the
working to curb summer crime by arrest.”
“Fortunately, we have not had offering a variety of summer camps
to” call on those properties for as- to youth. The available summer camps
sistance, St. Lucie County Housing and other activities throughout the
Manager Diana Wesloski said. Crime statistics provided by
both agencies don’t show a sharp CONTINUED ON PAGE A6
She said that housing is one of uptick in petty crimes – like auto
the biggest components to stabi- burglaries and shoplifting – during
lizing communities following di- the summer months, which runs
sasters. counter to common belief.

“It gets you back to some sort of Over the course of the last year,
normalcy,” Wesloski said, being in the months with the fewest juve-
an apartment or home rather than nile arrests in the county were June,
a hotel room. July and August.

Currently, the county has a list According to the Sheriff’s Office,
of 25 apartment complexes that that might be due to the lack of in-
are willing to assist with post-di- vestigations originating at schools.
saster housing. According to the
county, that means they’d be will- NATION TRAINING CENTER OPENS
ing to be flexible with deposits and AMID MUCH HOOPLA
provide short-term or longer-term
agreements.

CONTINUED ON PAGE A4

Heartless scammers prey on SLW grandma BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent

BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer Department is warning residents public. He told her that her grand- Many dream of becoming professional
[email protected] about the phone scam and is urg- son had been jailed and that, in basketball players. Mike “Woody” Wood-
ing them to beware. order for him to be released, she bury had a different aim even in high school
An 83-year-old grandmother needed to send money. – to become the best basketball instructor.
was duped into sending more The woman, who lives in the
than $18,000 to a scammer who Lake Charles community of St. The grandmother believed the “I fell in love with the game when sitting on
falsely claimed her grandson had Lucie West, received a phone call caller, she later told Port St. Luc- the bench,” Woodbury said. “My passion is for
been jailed in the Dominican Re- from a man claiming to be a police ie police, because she knows her teaching, not for playing.”
public. The Port St. Lucie Police sergeant in the Dominican Re-
CONTINUED ON PAGE A12 Woodbury recently opened the Nation Training Center at 751 NW En-
terprise Dr., 104, in St. LucieWest. But he’s been in the area teaching much
more than basketball for about a year. He rented space at the YMCA of the

CONTINUED ON PAGE A3

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OBITUARIES A13 ARTS/PEOPLE B1-B9

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GOLF B15 REAL ESTATE A21-A32

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NATION TRAINING CENTER

CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1

Treasure Coast in Stuart and at the Port St. Mike “Woody” Woodbury opened the Nation Training Center in St. Lucie West earlier this month. The center focuses as much on academics as on athletics. PHOTOS COURTESY OF THOMAS WINTER
Lucie Civic Center.
The training center is equipped to help bury said. “We say it, we demonstrate it, we there’s going to be some restructuring, which
Woodbury has done a bunch of basket- hone basketball skills, such as its shooting do it, we repeat it.” is going to be a training center,” Woodbury
ball coaching while managing an oil compa- machines. said.
ny. Now he’s committed himself to teaching But, not all the instruction at the center is
basketball full time. “I’ve been doing this for “Our goal is for every player to get off as on the court. A big part of “successful” toWoodbury will
24 years,” he said. many shots in a day as possible,” Woodbury be getting more youths into colleges where
said. “We offer an ACT/SAT prep class and tu- they’ll thrive athletically and academically.
When Woodbury talks basketball, college tor for all classes,” Woodbury said.
and life thereafter dominates the conversa- But, as anyone involved in sports will tell The center is offering individual, small-
tion. you, it’s harder to unlearn bad technique Woodbury has a traveling team basketball group and team programs. It’s open 10 a.m.
than to learn good technique. The Nation program in Maine, along with one on the to 7 p.m. Some classes are for children in
“We believe in life through sport,” Wood- uses videoed instruction, so players and Treasure Coast. He said the Nation Training fourth to seventh grades. Others take youths
bury said. “It’s important to us that kids un- coaches can analyze every move in detail to Center is a new model that will be recreated to 12th grade.
derstand that college basketball works for train right early. elsewhere if successful in St. Lucie West.
you, instead of you working for it.” For more, visit www.thenationbasketball.
“We follow the four-finger rule,” Wood- “I just announced to my Maine location org, or call 207-649-1453. 
College sports are hard to get into. Wood- — that’s been open for a long time — that
bury said less than 2 percent of high-school
basketball players will go on to play in col-
lege. Professional sports are even harder to
achieve. Woodbury said his focus is on get-
ting basketball players ready for not just col-
lege, but the right college.

“We take a lot of time and pride in that
we match players’ academic profile with
schools throughout the U.S.,” Woodbury
said.

He said that about 90 percent of the high-
school players he’s instructed have gone
onto college.

“We’re sending kids all over the county,”
Woodbury said. “We’re very experienced at
understanding what angles to take when
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NEW TRADITION CHURCH LIVES ITS ‘FAITH’ County: Special-needs patients
should register for shelter now

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer They are working on a cap- St. Lucie County’s Public Safety Depart-
[email protected] ment, in partnership with the Florida De-
ital campaign and a grant. partment of Health in St. Lucie County and
Four years ago, Pastor Maryanne Ke- other agencies, is scheduled to hold an open
hlenbach was charged with the mission of “We are looking to build house on Thursday, June 15, from 10 a.m. to
starting a church from the ground up in 2 p.m. at the Havert L. Fenn Center.
Tradition. Under the auspices of Immanuel something that will become
Lutheran Church of Palm City, Kehlenbach The purpose of the event is to remind
started Living Faith Church. The church multipurpose,” Kehlenbach those residents with special needs that they
met in Tradition Town Hall and the pastor, should pre-register and see what is expect-
who was a banker before turning to the said. “It’s not a traditional ed of them if they plan to utilize the Special
ministry, has worked for those four years Needs Shelter during an emergency event.
building a congregation. I was fortunate to house. We want (to be able To pre-register for the June 15 event visit:
meet her for a story in the early days and http://specialneedsonline.stlucieco.gov/
even more fortunate to gain a dear friend. to) take chairs out and use RSVP_Conference.aspx.

When we meet these days, it’s more like- it for wedding, parties and Constructed in 2008 to serve as St. Lucie
ly to be for coffee and good conversation County’s Medical Special Needs Shelter in
than a story, but we met recently to discuss community groups like Boy the event of a disaster, the Fenn Center is lo-
the exciting news that Living Faith Church cated at 2000 Virginia Ave., Fort Pierce. The
has just organized as a congregation in the and Girl Scouts. We’d like to facility is equipped with the necessary in-
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. frastructure to handle patients with specific
Prior to this, the congregation was under build a garden area.” needs, including accessible showers, kitch-
development and was not a legal entity. The en facilities, additional electrical outlets and
new congregation called Kehlenbach, who The building will have medical personal.
had been known as a mission developer,
to be their pastor. The decision that it was the same guiding principle Hurricane season runs June 1 through
time to become a congregation came with Nov. 30. For more information on hurricane
guidance from the members. as the congregation. preparedness, and how to prepare for a di-
saster and create a custom kit and plan, visit
“I had a vision task force, a leadership “We don’t judge success www.Ready.gov website.  ­– CONTRIBUTED
team, from the congregation,” Kehlenbach
said. “We worked with the Evangelical Lu- by the number of people EMERGENCY RENTALS
theran Church in America and the Florida/
Bahamas Synod to assess certain criteria. The Dooley family – Christopher, Deena and Emma – sign the charter for the new who come to worship or CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1
We knew it was time. The first thing we did PHOTO COURTESY OF LIVING FAITH CHURCH the size of the building,”
was create a charter: What was the pur- Living Faith Church. Wesloski is continuing to add to the list of
pose of organizing? The charter opened potential properties; four more have been
(for signing) April 2 and closed April 30. Kehlenbach said. added this season already.
Everyone could sign and we have foot-
prints of infants. We have 164 signatures. Tradition, Inc., a newly organized congre- “It’s based on changing the lives of peo- “If they’re willing to be contacted, that’s
These people have come together as char- the first step,” she said.
ter members. gation in the Evangelical Lutheran Church ple every single day. That’s why it’s called
Those who own rental properties or
“On April 30, a representative of the Syn- in America.” Living Faith. It’s about being God’s love in manage apartment complexes and would
od, the Rev. Jaime Dubon, came to preside like to either learn more about the Housing
over the organizing meeting. At the meet- Kehlenbach is grateful to Immanuel Lu- the world every single day. Relationships Disaster Recovery Plan or be a part of it, are
ing, the people present voted to become encouraged to reach out to Wesloski by call-
a legal entity, members of the Evangelical theran in Palm City for the belief that this are very important. Our goal is always to be ing the Community Services Department at
Lutheran Church in America, and voted 772-462-1777.
on a constitution and by-laws, the gov- could happen. active in the community. Over 20 percent
ernance documents. We elected our first Those on the registered list may be con-
congregational council and called the first “They were visionary in recognizing this of our offerings go beyond the walls to do tacted during a post-disaster response ef-
pastor. We are now Living First Church in forts to determine if vacant units are avail-
congregation needed to have its own lead- ministry in our community, the state and able to be matched with households in
need. 
ership and vision in the community they’re the world. For a new congregation, that’s

serving,” she said. “The leaders need to be huge and it will only grow.”

in that community. That’s brave and cou- Among the area projects members have

rageous. Too often, organizations want to participated in are a diaper distribution

control and give birth to something that has program, a “Housewarming” party of the

their name on it. They were willing to trust new Sanctuary4Kids home for children re-

God and trust the people. All too often, peo- moved from their homes during a time of

ple want to make duplicates of themselves. crisis, and the Living Faith Free Little Li-

When it comes to God’s work, it’s listening brary in Jessica Clinton Park.

and acting on God’s calling. Every commu- Kehlenbach believes that the church will

nity is unique.” thrive, whatever its size.

The new congregation had been meeting “We like to say that small is the new big.”

in Tradition Town Hall, but it has recent-

ly been sold to another church. They will Living Faith Church will meet at Tra-

continue worshiping there until Aug. 13 dition Town Hall until Aug. 13. Beginning

and then they will be moving temporarily Aug. 20, worship will take place at Creative

to the Creative Catering Banquet Hall in St. Catering Banquet hall, 2000 NW Courtyard

Lucie West. People from Creative Catering Circle, adjacent to Springhill Suites Mar-

contacted the church and made the space riott. For more information, call 772-252-

available. The church owns property at the 5200, send an email to [email protected]

corner of SW Community Blvd. and SW gmail.com or visit the website www.LFC.

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ExAspsiastendsLiivoinng PGA DECLINES DISTRICT’S BID
Su2m01m7er
What will become
of St. Lucie Trail Golf PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN
Club? Unclear at the
moment. What is clear West resident, said “our concern is home
is that it (almost cer-
tainly) won’t become values.”
St. Lucie West Services
District property. Pinney added that many fellow Coun-

“When we heard this try Club Estates residents hope that if the
property was going up
for sale, we contacted golf course is sold, that it will not be re-
PGA to see if they’d put
it as a disclosure that zoned for residential development.
the St. Lucie West Ser-
vices District was in- “So long as it stays a golf course, we’ll be
terested in some of the
125 acres for stormwater storage,” Den- happy,” she said. If not residential – and
nis Pickle, manager and utilities director,
said. But as of now time that scenario was not a golf course – she’d be willing to con-
off the table – the PGA, which owns the
golf course and put it up for sale a couple sider a dog park, community park or other
months ago, declined the district’s bid.
recreational use. “We’re looking at things
Pickle had suggested that the district
could buy the entire Country Club Drive like that,” Pinney said of the potential uses
property and use some or all of it for
stormwater mitigation. of the property.

The district’s interest drew a concerned “Nobody knows. PGA has the final
response from some Country Club Estates
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PILE DRIVING As of June 5, the city’s contractor for the Pile driving activities will take place for ap- work continues east, the pile driving noise
CBREOGSINSTSOFWORN Crosstown Parkway Extension Project is driv- proximately 16 months as needed Monday
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will be used to build the bridge over the North and 5 p.m. Pile driving activity will not take
Fork of the St. Lucie River. place during weekends or holidays. itoring the activities and vibrations as a re-

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Weekly outings are local cyclists’ ticket to ride

BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent up to 66.5 million. Juan Marcano rides with Group rides are helpful for encouraging
Why the increased interest in cycling? The Walter and Cynthia Judd camaraderie and safety.
It’s Saturday morning and folks gather on a weekly bike run that
around in bright jerseys. Amid conversations expansion of cycling infrastructure is likely started at Sprockets on Port St. “Being in a group rather than by yourself
about derailleurs, cranks and brakes, there’s one reason. For example, many roadways in Lucie Boulevard last Sunday. affords you visibility,” Patterelli said.
the rapid clicking of freehubs, the swooshing Tradition have bicycle lanes, as does Cross-
of air pumps, and the snapping of helmet town Parkway. When its expansion is done, PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN He said on average new cyclists who ride a
clasps. riders in Tradition and St. Lucie West will be few times a week start to see noticeable car-
able to get to Federal Highway on bicycle building bone and muscle strength and im- diovascular health and strength increases in
“Lately it’s been around 15 (riders),” Louie lanes, and pick up bicycling lanes there. proving balance. about six weeks. Patterelli has seen dramat-
Patterelli said. “It’s pretty consistent.” ic health transformations, too. One rider he
Another likely reason is an aging popula- Patterelli said getting into cycling doesn’t knows was about 100 pounds overweight
The group gets going with a couple dozen tion in the United States. Just last year Har- have to be prohibitively expensive. Of course, when he started.
loud clicks as riders snap cycling cleats into vard Medical School issued a report saying there’s picking up a base-model commuter
tiny pedals. They head to Crosstown Park- cycling has several health benefits including or hybrid style bike and riding around the “He was diabetic,” Patterelli said. “He is
way, then west to Tradition on a wide range neighborhood to see if you enjoy the sport. now incredibly fit and no longer taking any
of bicycles. Some are on vintage steel bikes. PETS OF THE WEEK But, Patterelli said, even getting into the medications whatsoever.”
Others on modern carbon fiber frames. more elaborate world of road cycling and
There’s a smattering of aluminum and titani- IMaimdnai4ghmtonth old kitten group rides isn’t out of reach. Most cycling discomforts, Patterelli said,
um bikes, too. are not about riders, but their bikes. He said
who is ready to bounce “You can do it for under $1,000,” he said. property-fitted bicycles do away with the
The riders will at once push and help one out of this shelter and “That’s a bicycle, a helmet shoes and pedals common discomforts people experience
another for the next 40 miles and couple into your hearts. I am and a good pair of riding shorts.” when riding.
hours. The idea is to go fast – together. very playful and cheerful
so be prepared to be in Any bike shop should be able to give a new
“We don’t go below 17 mph, and we don’t a happy mood all the rider a proper fitting.
go above 21,” Patterelli said. time. I will fit in with any
family. In addition to the Saturday morning group
That’s pretty fast on a bicycle, but not as rides that start at 7:30 a.m., Sprockets hosts
fast as the many hardcore riders can go. If AI anmgeali5nyaear old Ameri- one on Thursday evenings. That weekly ride
you’re wondering, 40 miles on a road bike starts at 6:30 p.m. Both rides have “shep-
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IN LOVING MEMORY

KATHLEEN GLENDINNING, 52 love for arts and crafts. She was donor to Treasure Coast Hospice
Port St. Lucie both Children’s International and Dogs & Has Grown to Become
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Glendinning was born in Lindenhurst, bie Lorefice of Port St. Lucie; and daughter, Treasure Coast Hospice has always treasured life. Now,
N.Y., and moved to Port St. Lucie about 23 Angela Lorefice of Port St. Lucie. Survivors we’re offering an expanded family of services, including
years ago. also include her mother, Eileen Povall of
Port St. Lucie. palliative care, pediatric care and grief support, to
Ms. Glendinning was a teacher for Lin- better meet the needs of our community.
coln Park Academy. Katie was a loving BETTY LEE AUTH, 87
mother, dedicated teacher, and a loyal Port St. Lucie Licensed since 1982.
friend. She was a ray of light that touched
so many lives in so many ways. While she Betty Lee Auth, 87, died June 1 in Port Treasuring Life | To learn more,
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W.Va., and moved to Port St. Lucie in 1957.
Survivors include her son, Michael
Glendinning of Port St. Lucie; daughters, Betty was a member of the Optimist
Kaylyn and Shannon Glendinning, both Club and also ran the Port St. Lucie Little
of Port St. Lucie; brothers, Walter O’Reilly, League concession stand for years. She
Brian O’Reilly, Kevin O’Reilly, all of New loved her crafts and reading.
York, and Patrick O’Reilly of Port St. Lucie;
and fiancé, David Foxx of Port St. Lucie. Survivors include her daughters, Ruth
(Tommy) Padrick of Fort Pierce and Judy
HAZEL MESSINEO, 70 Savasta of Port St. Lucie; son, Milton J.
Port St. Lucie (Zollie) Auth III of Live Oak, Fla.; brother,
Jimmy Gilbert, of Wheeling, W.Va.; grand-
Hazel A. Messineo, 70, of Port St. Lucie children, Rose Erba, Roxanne Bourbon-
passed away on June 1 in Fort Pierce. niere, Rhonda Morris, Justin Keller, Chris-
topher Auth and Heather Smith; and 18
She was born in Scotland and moved to great-grandchildren.
Port St. Lucie in 1999, coming from Long
Island, N.Y. She was preceded in death by her hus-
band, Milton J. Auth Jr., and son, Gary A.
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Bonz meets tiny Tita, a charming chihuahua

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This week I yapped with the teeniest lit- Back before I was born even, my first Dad- pretty colors in water PHOTO: BENJAMIN THACKER
tle lady pooch I’ve ever met. To look at Tita dy, Peter, an my Mommy had a pooch for an swish ’em around
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an confident. Tita’s a white chihuahua, 14 er dog but Mommy didn’t wanna feel that NEVER slurped the
years old (but you’d never guess) and she sad ever again so she said, ‘NO! No More water or chewed the “When I first came here, I discovered
weighs a gigantic 6 and a half pounds. Dogs! Ever!’ Well, my Daddy was a wonder- brushes. I loved goin’ the BEST place to relax. It’s called a DECK.
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was right there, too, lookin’ a little wary but there were always lotsa humans with their had my special carri- snoozing. An I have my own special little
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stuff. So, after six months watchin’ other art show people al- an Do My Doodie. When I was still a pup-
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After a brief hesitation, she came up for dy said, ‘Nothing smaller than a Westie.’ the nose. An I made let me out an, poof, I was back inside. It
the Wag-and-Sniff. (They’re from Scotland, ya know.) But lotsa pooch friends, was a MISStry. Then one, day Mommy
Mommy had seen a dog on TV – that dog big an small. Truth discovered me scooting though this little
“Welcome, Mr. Bonzo! Yep, it’s me, Tita who sells Tacos on TV – an, lucky for me, be told, Mr. Bonzo, bitty door. Mommy says it’s ackshully a cat
Bailey, an this is my Mommy Lisa. My Dad- she wanted one just like him. An Daddy I ackshhully prefer door, but I say ‘phooey.’
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“A pleasure,” I said, as we got settled in, “So they got me from a breeder in Rock- some big ol’ dog gets “Certainly. My neighbor, Amish. He’s a
Tita on her Mom’s lap. I noticed there were ledge even though I was, like, 5 times small- too pushy, I just give little, apricot-colored furball. So cute.”
lotsa pikshurs and little statue thingys of er than a Westie when I was 8 weeks old ’em my Scary Snap- As usual, the time had zoomed by.
chihuahuas, ’specially this cool painting of (only 3 pounds) an, even when I grew all peroo! Heading home, I was thinking about fear-
Tita in a red sombrero, with a guitar. The the way up, I was still 3 times smaller than less little Tita, with her big personality and
writing on it said, “Tita plays mariachi.” a Westie. PLUS, I’m Mexican, not Scottish. “Everything was happy attitude. An tryin’ to remember
But I was determined to win Daddy over. great ’til, when I was whether I’d ever had an olive, then realiz-
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INHALERS helpful for people with dexterity issues For patients who have serious trou- other member of their health care team
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who can move from the great room to the with the door to make it ensuite. There is The master suite is private as a door
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overlook the yard and are very private. They addition to the washer and dryer. the hall are large his-and-hers closets with
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TRADITION AND ST. LUCIE WEST REAL ESTATE SALES

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The regional real estate market saw strong sales as the calendar turned to June, with 17 sin-
gle-family residences and lots changing hands from May 29-June 2 (some shown below).
The top sale of the week in Port St. Lucie was the home at 10538 SW Capraia Way. First list-
ed in December for $689,900, the 3-bedroom, 4-bathroom, 2,772-square-foot house sold for
$615,000 on June 1.
The week’s next best sale was the home at 11226 SW Apple Blossom Trail. Originally listed
in March for $439,900, this 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom, 2,334-square-foot residence fetched
$425,000 on May 30.

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TOWN ADDRESS LISTED ASKING PRICE SOLD $615,000
$425,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 10538 SW CAPRAIA WAY 12/26/2016 $689,900 6/1/2017 $360,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 11226 SW APPLE BLOSSOM TRAIL 3/7/2017 $439,900 5/30/2017 $335,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 10387 SW AZZIA WAY 2/16/2017 $399,900 5/31/2017 $331,458
PORT SAINT LUCIE 8844 CHAMPIONS WAY 11/9/2016 $345,000 6/2/2017 $325,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 10301 SW FERNWOOD AVENUE 1/16/2017 $334,458 5/31/2017 $269,500
PORT SAINT LUCIE 10467 SW WATERWAY LANE 3/6/2017 $349,000 5/31/2017 $260,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 12271 SW KEATING DRIVE 4/19/2017 $269,500 5/31/2017 $234,500
PORT SAINT LUCIE 6260 NW TOPAZ WAY 2/1/2017 $329,900 6/1/2017 $205,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 10104 SW OAK TREE CIRCLE 4/13/2017 $243,900 6/1/2017 $195,061
PORT SAINT LUCIE 5554 NW NORTH CRISONA CIRCLE 4/14/2017 $209,900 5/30/2017 $190,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 607 NW WHITFIELD WAY 9/6/2016 $225,000 5/31/2017 $186,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 342 SW COCONUT KEY WAY 1/19/2017 $197,000 5/31/2017
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HERE ARE SOME OF THE TOP RECENT TRADITION AND ST. LUCIE WEST REAL ESTATE SALES

11226 SW Apple Blossom Trail, Port Saint Lucie 10387 SW Azzia Way, Port Saint Lucie

Listing Date: 3/7/2017 Listing Date: 2/16/2017
Original Price: $439,900 Original Price: $399,900
Sold: 5/30/2017 Sold: 5/31/2017
Selling Price: $425,000 Selling Price: $360,000
Listing Agent: Sharon Rudd-Boulanger Listing Agent: Elizabeth Hauck

Selling Agent: Bex Realty, LLC Selling Agent: Nugget Realty

James Cecil Not provided

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8844 Champions Way, Port Saint Lucie 10301 SW Fernwood Avenue, Port Saint Lucie

Listing Date: 11/9/2016 Listing Date: 1/16/2017
Original Price: $345,000 Original Price: $334,458
Sold: 6/2/2017 Sold: 5/31/2017
Selling Price: $335,000 Selling Price: $331,458
Listing Agent: AnnMarie Napolitano Listing Agent: Anne L Kanjian

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FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 2017 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER
Kelly Clemenzi, Ben Earman and Kristen
Coming Up! Whalen appeared this past season in the Barn 2017-18
Theatre’s production of “Thoroughly Modern WILL BE
DANCE AFICIONADOS A ‘BARN’
WILL BE ‘TRUE’ TO Millie.” The new season includes a Michael BURNER!
THE ‘CREW’ AT LYRIC Parker farce and a Mel Brooks musical.
BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer
BY PAM HARBAUGH | Correspondent PHOTO COURTESY OF CHRIS MAZZELLA [email protected]

1 For enthusiasts of compet- Stuart’s Barn Theatre has an-
itive dance, this weekend nounced its 2017-208 season, and the
is for you. The True Crew Dance venerable community theater has a
Co. will present “An Elite Evening musical, comedies and a thriller on
with the Crew” beginning 7 p.m. tap.
on Friday at Stuart’s Lyric The-
atre. The performance includes Jeanette Mazzella, the Barn’s the-
its award-winning competitive atrical vice president, discussed the
dancers. On Saturday, the com- season and provided a commentary
pany will present “A Day with the on why each play was chosen.
Crew” beginning 2 p.m. The pre-
sentation will include multiple “We met and went through about
forms of dance including ballet, 100 plays,” she said. “We thought
hip hop, modern and more. Tick- about what our customers like and
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The season opens with the Michael
2 It’s baaaaack! The Vero Parker farce “Whose Wives Are They
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val, that is. And this year’s guest er is something of a cottage industry
of honor is Burt Reynolds, who in farces that are just a bit naughty.
stars in one of this year’s premiere This one centers on two executives
films, “Dog Years.” This festival who go on a golfing weekend without
is a major film event. In fact, its
sister festival is the Sonoma In- CONTINUED ON PAGE B6
ternational Film Festival. The
event runs June 8-11 at various
locations throughout Vero Beach.
Passes are available in five catego-

CONTINUED ON PAGE B6

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GROOVY MOVIES: OUR TOP FILM FESTIVAL CHOICES

BY MICHELLE GENZ | Staff Writer “Oh, yeah, I heard about that one,” will not get you far Other must-see shorts include “Candice and
with the cognoscenti come Sunday, though you can still Peter’s Smokin’ Hot Date,” “A Whole World for a
If there was one criticism of last summer’s de- dance in the parking lot. Little World,” “Rice Balls,” “Only Five Minutes”
but of the Vero Beach Film and Wine Festival, it and “Washed Away.”
was that the offerings were too bountiful – no one With that warning, and my sources’ suggestions, I leave
could see them all. you to structure your days with the schedule’s help. And Among documentary features this year, “The
factor in plenty of time for parking, walking and talking. Rebound,” “Sea Gypsies,” “Finding Kuan” and “25
It’s a great problem to have. This year, with Tracks” all come recommended, as does “Made
expectations high as the four-day festival gets In the shorts category, most talked about is likely to be in Venice” – “a little long but very interesting,” ac-
underway, the dilemma is even more daunting. “The Letter Carrier,” what one of screeners called “high- cording to one early viewer.
Starting Thursday and running through Sunday, ly polished and compelling.” The 1860’s story of escaped
there are more films, more food, more wine and slaves hiding their family in the Blue Ridge Mountains, the That same viewer felt that while the shorts
at least five new venues. Among them: a big tent short is the directorial debut of Jesse L. Martin and Rick category had lots of stars, the dramatic features
in Riverside Park with daily noon to 6 p.m. cook- Cosnett, with a score of folk songs written by Martin and selection wasn’t as strong as last year’s. Of them,
ing demos, wine tastings and a wine pop-up shop. arranged by Carlos Valdes. Martin, Cosnett and Valdes “Mousse” got a strong recommendation – he
That tent has been named, aptly, “Wow!” are all stars of the superhero TV series “The Flash.” When called it “hysterical.” Another “beautifully done”
the trio launched a Kickstarter to get the project off the feature film is “June Falling Down,” with a direc-
Fortunately, insiders who have already ground, Joss Wheedon was a key supporter. tor another source called “very up-and-coming”:
screened the films have been spreading the word Rebecca Weaver. She also wrote and edited the film, about
about their favorites. And the good news is, some of the a young woman going back home to a wedding in small-
best are some of the shortest – so you can scurry off to an- town Wisconsin after the death of her father. Weaver stars
other viewing sooner. in it, too.
“Love and Hostages” got a positive mention in the “fun-
While what follows is a list of some of those favorites, ny-cute” column, while “D-Love” got tagged as clever.
there is one imperative before you step out the door: Lest we forget that the festival celebrates not only the art
Download the well-designed Vero Beach Wine and Film of film-making, but wine-making, the feature length doc-
Festival app to your phone. If apps don’t appeal, you can umentary “Decanted,” directed by Nicholas Kovacic, will
try to work from www.vbwff.com on your device, though make its East Coast premiere here in two festival venues –
it’s better to print out a schedule while you’re still at home Quail Valley River Club and Costa d’Este Resort. Both will
with a computer. And if you’re still stuck in the Super-8 be staging the Vino Veritas Vintner dinners on the festi-
generation, pick up a printed schedule from the first stack val’s opening night, Thursday (June 8).
you see. Just don’t count on them not running out. Oth- Saturday night, wine lovers will gather again for the fes-
erwise, you will wallow and flounder and drink wine and tival’s Grand Tasting under the new Wow! tent in Riverside
blather, then find yourself like I did last year at the finale
party at Blue Star Wine Bar unable to keep up a coherent CONTINUED ON PAGE B6
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GO WILD BARN THEATRE edy of misunderstanding and mayhem.
ABOUT BINGO “This takes place in a bar and restaurant,”
CONTINUED FROM PAGE B1
It’s a Mazzella said. “There are four gangsters
“Big Game” their wives. When the new CEO, Ms. Hutchi- and one woman, I call it ‘Four Guys and a
son, arrives and insists on meeting their Doll.’ It’s a good opportunity for the men
Luncheon at the wives, they have to produce substitutes. and it’s so funny.”
Pelican Yacht Club
“Two years ago, we did Michael Parker’s The regular Main Stage season ends with
1120 Seaway Drive, Ft. Pierce ‘No Sex Please, We’re Sixty,’” Mazzella said. Noel Coward’s “Waiting in the Wings.” The
Saturday, June 17, 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM “The audience loved it and we put on an ex- play, Coward’s 50th, is set in a retirement
tra show. It’s funny, a little sexy and it’s per- home for actresses. Coward is said to have
$35.00 per person fect.” felt that it is was about learning to age with
courage and humor. It will be presented
(Includes 5 Games + An All New “Wildcard Game”) Next up is “The Games Afoot or Holmes May 10-27.
for the Holidays,” by Ken Ludwig, who wrote
Enjoy a delicious luncheon, bingo with wonderful prizes, “Lend Me a Tenor.” It runs from Nov. 2-Nov. The Barn will continue its fundraising
“wild” door prizes and more 19. Set in 1936, Broadway star William Gil- concert series, with a concert in December
lette, who played Sherlock Holmes, has a that will probably have a holiday theme,
GRAND PRIZE - $200 CASH holiday house party, and when a guest is and one in April that will be a trip back to
Sponsored by the Museum’s Board of Associates murdered, well, the game’s afoot. the movies through music and dance. Maz-
zella noted that they have two big projec-
If you desire, dress for the occasion in “The New Mel Brooks Musical Young tion screens to enhance what is being per-
safari or jungle print attire Frankenstein” will take the stage Jan. 25- formed.
Feb. 11. The show with the long title has a
Reserved tables for 8 are available book by Brooks and Thomas Meehan and Of the season, she said that it was, as al-
Advance pre-paid reservations required - Sorry, No Refunds music and lyrics by Brooks. ways, an effort to please a lot of people.

To make your reservation please contact the Backus Museum “We’ve never done this on the Treasure “We tried to get something for everyone,”
Coast,” Mazzella said. “Everybody knows she said. “We want everyone to have a good
772-465-0630, Mel Brooks. There are roles for old people, time and we want them to laugh.”
Email [email protected] young people, singers and non-singers.
There are tons of special effects.” Subscriptions are on sale now. Individual
Proceeds benefit the A. E. Backus Museum, tickets go on sale Sept. 5.
a 501(c)3, not-for-profit organization. “Breaking Legs,” by Tom Dulack, will be
presented March 8-25. When the daughter The Barn Theatre is located at 2400 SE
of a mobster falls for a playwright who needs Ocean Blvd., Stuart. For more in information,
a loan, gangsters and theater clash in a com- call 772-287-4884 or visit the website www.
barn-theatre.com. 

FILM FESTIVAL CHOICES Smith and producer/publicist Ngoc Nyu-
gen, starts at noon Saturday.
CONTINUED FROM PAGE B5
As for people-watching, the buzz is
Park, a promising addition to the festivities clearly about Burt Reynolds, who’ll be here
this year. Friday night to accept the festival’s Life
Worth Living Legend Award.
Earlier that day, if your olfactory nerves
need a warm-up for all those noses, you He’ll also be here for the Florida pre-
can expand your range with a perfume bar miere of his new film, “Dog Years.” The
that accompanies a screen- screening takes place at Riverside The-
ing of “Perfume Wars,” a
documentary about entre- atre after a panel discussion
preneur – and now screen- that includes Reynolds, “Dog
writer – Barbara Stegermann, Years” director Adam Rifkin
who launches a company that and producer Neil Mandt.
buys rose essence for per-
fumes. That all follows a few toasts
at Cinema Uncorked, the fes-
In the movie, Stegermann tival’s main bash under the
convinces Afghani farmers to Wow! tent, sponsored by Ce-
switch from growing poppies lebrity Cruises.
for heroin.
Festival organizers are
That party, hosted by “La hoping that throngs turn out
La Land” producer Molly for the party since the tickets
can be bought singly at an af-
fordable price: $30. 

COMING UP taste buds, spend some time perusing the
festival’s website, VBWFF.com.
CONTINUED FROM PAGE B1
3 Get your salsa on when the Gipsy
ries, beginning with a $40 day pass which Kings perform at 8 p.m. on June 11
includes films, panel discussions and wine at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach.
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Vintner Dinner, the Bubbly Brunch & Patio the group has sold nearly 20 million al-
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Finale Wrap party … and more. pellier in the south of France and are
currently on their American tour. Tick-
To see a list of the more than 75 ets begin at $29. 
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ACROSS an hour, Ed says, union: abbr. 57 “Made ___” The Washington Post
1 “It’s a deal” “___; let’s pay 124 Cracker spreads 59 The Crucible
4 Gentle as ___ the waitress and 125 German article WHY WE DON’T GO TO SALAD BARS WITH ED By Merl Reagle
9 Mar. honoree go” setting
14 Response to a 73 Name in DOWN 62 “According to
Hirschfeld’s art 1 Tired responses
cad 74 Pocket money 2 Waters and whom?”
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Toots others 65 It may get you a
pass, 76 Bald-headed 3 Monument
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abbr. 77 Surrealist Joan 5 Big dipper 66 Film title with
19 Sargent’s 79 So as soon as 6 Zodiac sign
daughter he ___ ... 7 Spray Mess or
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birthplace, ___, abbr. 67 Saurus starter
England 85 Beauty-Mist currency 69 Hour, to
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Ed says, “___ ...” Across) 15 Bass output 81 Greek letter
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completely 103 Character actor 21 DO NOT ENTER 86 Transportation
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35 Witnessed 104 Al’s favorite 23 Vietnam 87 “___ is jumpin’!”
36 See 27 Across material, president, 1967- 91 North Carolinian
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a way Improvement 28 Coffee 94 Agcy. that really
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division that’s theater as books
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AT WHAT LEVEL SHOULD YOU OPEN? K6

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Henry Ford said, “Anyone who stops learning is old, whether 20 or 80. Anyone who keeps AJ72
learning stays young. The greatest thing you can do is keep your mind young.”
KQ4
Last week, I mentioned the rule of 20, which some players, whatever their age, use to
decide between an initial pass and a one-level opening bid. As I explained, I believe that WEST EAST
that is a bad idea. However, if you have a long suit, it is a useful guideline for deciding Q J 10 9
whether to open one or to pre-empt. A A8532
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Look at this week’s South hand. What would you open, and how would your auction 8752 7
proceed? Assuming South ends in four hearts, how should he plan the play after the
defenders take two spade tricks, then shift to diamonds? K Q 10

For the rule of 20, you add high-card points to the number of cards in your two longest 10 9 6 3
suits. So, this week’s South hand is worth 20 (11 plus 9). It should be opened one
heart, not three hearts. North should respond two no-trump, the Jacoby Forcing Raise, SOUTH
and South should jump to four hearts to indicate a minimum opening with no side-suit
singleton or void. (If South did open three hearts, probably North would raise to four, more 74
in hope than expectation, but that is beside the point!)
K Q J 10 6 3 2
South is faced with four losers: two spades, one heart and one diamond. If he immediately
starts on trumps, he should lose those tricks. As I am confident you noticed, declarer must 85
win the third trick with dummy’s diamond ace and play three rounds of clubs to discard his
second diamond. Then he can table his trumps and claim. AJ

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