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Published by Vero Beach 32963 Media, 2018-11-08 13:58:33

11/09/2018 ISSUE 45

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Veterans Day centennial It’s ‘Proof’ positive B2

A3 A12City set for Nov. 11 services Compelling play at the A.C.T.
New ‘Dodgertown’ era

MLB in line to take the reins

VOLUME 3, ISSUE 45 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2018

RESIDENTS HEAR SEALS’ VERY BIG DEAL Jobs corridor build-out
SPECIFICS ABOUT may be 30-year process
PLANNED SCHOOL
BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer velop – not three years.
BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer [email protected] It was a message delivered by
[email protected]
It’s a marathon, not a sprint, many on land institute’s panel
Representatives from Somer- the Port St. Lucie City Council during the presentation.
set Academy Inc. faced a most- heard late last week as it received
ly friendly room Monday night a preliminary report from a land “Plan on a 30-year build-out,”
during its community presenta- consulting firm that spent a week said Page Bolin. “We can’t stress
tion in the Council Chambers. studying the jobs corridor south that enough.”
Parents, students and faculty at- of Tradition Parkway.
tended, as did numerous mem- ULI informed the council that
bers of various trade organiza- “There is not a quick solution,” the 1,200-plus-acre corridor is
tions, all to learn more about a said John Walsh, CEO of Urban essentially under water – finan-
proposed career-technical acad- Land Institute. He cautioned the cially speaking. Assessments and
emy proposed within Port St. City Council that the four-mile other fees tied to the land make
Lucie’s jobs corridor. corridor along Interstate 95 could the property cost more than it’s
take two or three decades to de- worth, which will continue to hin-
Mayor Gregory Oravec pointed
to the city’s strategic plan, which CONTINUED ON PAGE A6
helps chart the course for com-
munity improvement, as a reason COUNTY TEAM WITNESSED ‘TOTAL
why the council was pursuing a DEVASTATION’ IN THE PANHANDLE
charter school to provide a one-
stop shop for trade education. A U.S. Navy SEAL watches over the PHOTOS: LINDA THIBEAULT BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer PHOTO COURTESY ST. LUCIE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
tactical demonstration last Saturday [email protected]
“No, we’re not the School at the 33rd Annual Muster and Music St. Lucie County’s crew joined
Board,” the mayor said. But, he Festival at the National Navy UDT- For a little more than a week, a those from Broward and Sarasota
added, the city does recognize Seal Museum in Fort Pierce. At right, team of 11 from the St. Lucie Coun- to create a team of 60 who assist-
Lt. Col. Cynthia Watkins prepares to ty Sheriff’s Office patrolled the ed with road clearing, securing
CONTINUED ON PAGE A14 sing the National Anthem. streets of rural Bay County, helping homes, and providing food and
where and when they could, pro- water to residents and pets.
City seeks input on See story, Page B9.  viding relief for other law enforce-
10-year parks plan ment agencies who had arrived in CONTINUED ON PAGE A4
the wake of Hurricane Michael.
BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent
The crew recently returned and
The city’s Parks & Recreation gathered to share their experience.
Department is giving people a
say in how they’ll play. “For the most part, it was total
devastation,” said Lt. John Parow,
On Wednesday and Thursday, who led the team. A week after the
Nov. 14-15, the city will have storm, trees were still down and
public meetings to help create a power was spotty.
10-year parks plan.
“The linemen are the heroes,”
As project manager Kel- he said. The team would see as
ly Boatwright puts it: “Where many as 20 line trucks along a road
would they like to see their tax banging out new power poles and
dollars go?” running lines in an effort to restore
electricity as quickly as possible.
The city has nearly 50 parks

CONTINUED ON PAGE A8

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into new role as IRSC
LOCAL NEWS A1-A15 dance leader. Page B5

HEALTH A16-A19 ARTS/PEOPLE B1-B15

OBITUARIES A9 PETS B14

GAMES B16-B18 REAL ESTATE A21-A32

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CENTENNIAL ADDS TO IMPORT OF
CITY’S VETERANS DAY SERVICES

BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent RMS Lusitania by a German U-boat that killed many wanted allies in Central America.
128 Americans. While “Remember the Lusita- About 42,000 Floridians went overseas to fight in Europe.
“This particular Veterans Day marks the 100th anniversa- nia” became a famous battle cry to declare war
ry – 100 years since World War I ended,” said David Rubin- on the German Empire, that’s not what pushed America into Almost 1,100 Floridians died in combat during World War
stein, chairman of the United Veterans of Port St. Lucie. the war that a Yugoslav terrorist started by shooting dead I, according to the Florida Department of Military Affairs.
Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austria-Hungary Another 48 Floridians remain missing in action. St. Lucie
The organization will host the city’s annual Veterans Day throne, in 1914. County lost 20 young men in the war.
Service on Sunday, Nov. 11, at 11 a.m. at Veterans Memorial
Park, 2100 SE Veterans Memorial Parkway. While America was not nearly the military power it would Rubinstein said while seating is provided at the annual
come to be, Germany had no taste to get it into the stalemat- Veterans Day Service, it’s best for folks to go prepared with
“Veterans Day commemorates the end of World War I,” ed trench warfare. After America demanded Germany end their own chairs. Turnout is usually greater than the pro-
Rubinstein said, “at the time known as the Great War. The U-boat attacks on passenger ships after the sinking of the vided seating. “The service starts off with the (Port St. Lucie
assumption was this war would end all wars.” Lusitania, it did. The attacks slowly resumed after Wilson’s Community & Concert Band) doing great patriotic music,”
re-election, but that still wasn’t enough to push America to he said.
Veterans Day services are traditionally held on the 11th join the war.
day of the 11th month at the 11th hour for a historical rea- Jennifer Perkins will sing the national anthem. “I heard
son. That’s when Germans and Allied nations signed the 11 The tipping point for Wilson to ask Congress for a decla- her a couple years ago,” Rubinstein said. “It blew me away.”
November armistice that started the end of the Great War in ration of war was the 1917 Zimmerman Telegraph. The note
1918. While the armistice ended the large-scale shooting, authored by Germany’s foreign minister, Author Zimmer- Mayor Greg Oravec will speak, as will others. “This year
the war wouldn’t end for another seven months, with the man, directed the ambassador to Mexico to offer that nation for our keynote speaker I’m bringing in Sgt. Thomas ‘Stormy’
signing of the Treaty of Versailles. help if it would declare war on the U.S. if the U.S. declared Matteo,” Rubinstein said. “He’s the real deal.”
war on Germany. Germany held out the promise of helping
Nevertheless, the world came to establish Nov. 11 as Ar- Mexico retake Texas. Matteo served in the Marine Corps from 1963 to 1970. In
mistice Day, Remembrance Day and, in the United States, addition to being awarded the Purple Heart six times, he re-
Veterans Day. Armistice Day remembrances started in the The British intercepted the telegram and gave it to the ceived the Bronze Star with the V device.
U.S. in 1919. President Woodrow Wilson wrote a public United States. Wilson told Congress, and Congress declared
message urging Americans to recognize Great War veter- war on Germany on April 6, 1917. American soldiers would Rubinstein said he’s looking into participating in the Bells
ans “with appropriate ceremonies” on Nov. 11. That would be in Europe to help the British, French and others by June of Peace: A World War One Remembrance. The World War
continue until shortly after World War II, when many called that year. Mexico rebuffed Germany’s proposal. Neverthe- One Centennial Committee – with support from the Amer-
for expanding the remembrance to all veterans, so it was re- less, domestically Florida was an important state during ican Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars and others – is urging
named to “Veterans Day.” World War I. It was close to Cuba and an important base of Americans to ring bells 21 times at 11 a.m. on Sunday, Nov.
operations to monitor the Gulf of Mexico. It was clear Ger- 11, to commemorate those who died in the Great War. 
The Great War was one the U.S. didn’t want to enter. In-
deed, Wilson ran for reelection in 1916 on a platform of con-
tinued neutrality. This was well after the 1915 sinking of the

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St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken Mascara, standing right, with members of the Sheriff’s Office team who were deployed to the Florida Panhandle to help after Hurricane Michael. PHOTO: LINDA THIBEAULT

HELPING THE PANHANDLE Florida’s Panhandle and Louisiana. Florida’s He has no insurance, Det. Ivey said of the able to work with other agencies.
devastation was much worse, in terms of vet. “He lost everything.” The sleeping conditions and lack of show-
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 damage to property.
Perspective is one of the takeaways from ers … “those were the least of our worries,”
They were originally expected to stay in He recalled meeting a Vietnam veteran his relief work in Bay County. He said that he said.
tents on the grounds of the Bay County jail, who had stayed during the storm, taking care when you sit in your easy chair and com-
but plans changed while en route, according of his 95-year-old mother, his wife and their plain about a little leak in the ceiling, well, Dep. Hunter added that they were able to
to Lt. Parow. Instead, the 60-member team two children. Det. Ivey said the veteran tried the Hurricane Michael-ravaged area puts it help stray animals and stranded motorists
bedded down in a parking garage/confer- to brace the front door of their home as a tor- all in perspective. and, by and large, the community of Bay
ence center. The conference center was the nado came through. The winds busted the County is resilient.
first floor of the building, with the parking door in, sending him flying into the kitchen Dep. Randy Hunter said it was great to be
garage on top. where he broke ribs and punctured a lung. considered for the mission and that it was The team was able to communicate with
a great experience overall, especially being loved ones back home in St. Lucie County
The team tried to sleep in the conference while they were gone. “They want to make
center – where there was one bathroom ROLL CALL! sure you’re safe,” Lt. Parow said. “There’s al-
and one shower – but cars constantly drove ways risks for us.”
above them. Being on the Bravo (overnight) The following are those
shift, the St. Lucie team attempted to sleep who were deployed to One teammate who left behind a loved
during the day, but the noise made that dif- Bay County for Hurri- one was Det. Joe Bell, who celebrated his
ficult. cane Michael relief: 13th wedding anniversary away from his
wife while he was in the Panhandle.
Portable showers were eventually brought PHOTO COURTESY ST. LUCIE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE Det. Joe Bell
in, which helped alleviate hygiene issues. Dep. Ryan Betsinger He said he made it up to her – he brought
Dep. Dave Caglioni her strawberries and cooked dinner for her.
Despite the difficulties the crew endured, Dep. Dawn Dale
each member would return again if asked. Det. Matthew Gerdes Bell was the self-appointed chef for the
Dep. Randy Hunter team and boasted that it was the best food
“I would be willing to do it in a heartbeat,” Det. Pat Ivey the squad had. Reactions on his fellow team-
Det. Matthew Gerdis said, adding he was Lt. John Parow mates’ faces varied.
sure all the others would do so as well. They Sgt. Keith Pearson
each nodded their heads in agreement. Det. Kevin Pfeiffer Sheriff Ken Mascara noted that when he
Det. Marcus Sigmon received the call to send a team, there was
Det. Pat Ivey, from the Agriculture Unit, no hesitation. The St. Lucie County Sheriff’s
has previously been deployed to other hur- Office has called on the assistance of other
ricane-ravaged areas, including Louisiana in agencies over the years and now it was their
the wake of Hurricane Katrina. turn to return the favor.

“There is absolutely no comparison,” “It’s not if we’re going to have a weather
Det. Ivey said of the destruction inflicted on event,” Sheriff Mascara said, “it’s when …
This is a way for us to pay [it] back.” 



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“Your Full-Service JOBS CORRIDOR The city currently has two civic hubs – research and development, and retail.
Salon” the Civic Center on the east side of town The firm noted that 30,000 skilled workers
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 off U.S. 1; and City Hall and the Commu- leave St. Lucie County daily to go to work
New Client nity Center in the center of town off Port elsewhere and then come back home to
Specials der development. St. Lucie Boulevard and Airoso Boulevard. the county after their shifts.
ULI is encouraging the city to find
Balayage Color $75 Bolin suggested a third on the west side Attracting those types of businesses to
ways to mitigate the assessments and of town near I-95 would be good to have the jobs corridor could help keep those
Keratin Special $99 pay down the debt on the land in order as the city continues to grow and public skilled workers from leaving for their
to make it more financially appealing to spaces get squeezed. commute.
Retouch & Accent Foils $80 would-be developers.
The proposed civic center could be ULI is finalizing its report, which will be
Extension $65 The city took ownership of the jobs a cultural arts and entertainment area. provided to the city in the coming weeks.
(Call for details) corridor earlier this year when Tradition Bolin envisions a deep 75-acre lake that That report is expected to have some ac-
Land Co. walked away. Taxes and assess- could pull double duty as both stormwa- tion steps the council and city can start
Perm $50 ments must still be covered, which the ter management and recreation. working on immediately.
Olaplex Treatment $25 city is now bearing.
Facial Wax 3 areas $25 “If you can’t get to the beach,” she said, The firm has suggested the council re-
Originally, Port St. Lucie leaders had “bring the beach inside the city.” visit some of its land development codes
-Professional Makeup Applications - hoped to forge a public-private partner- and update its traffic forecasts, both of
- Prices Subject to length & thickness - ship to sell off and develop parcels. Doing The lake could offer sail-up dining, wa- which impact how much buildable land
so would have lessened the burden on the ter activities and, yes, even a beach. there could be.
398.8300 city.
There could be a market square, retail The company suspects that if the city
1006 SE Port St. Lucie Blvd. • Port St. Lucie But that plan is not feasible, according establishments and even programmed were to adopt nationwide standards for
to ULI, due to the financial restrictions on sports space including various sports road right of way and make other changes
the land. fields based on community need. in keeping with such standards, the city
could gain another nearly 50 acres of land
Bolin told the council that ULI strong- An amphitheater could help the area for development.
ly recommends crafting a master plan for become a destination for entertainment,
the entire 1,200-acre area before selling too, according to Bolin. ULI again pushed the City Council to
off the parcels. Doing so would ensure reconsider its desire to pursue a joint ven-
the jobs corridor would be developed in The civic center and entertainment dis- ture partnership.
a manner consistent with the city’s vision. trict would enhance Southern Grove – the
name for the area where the jobs corridor “It’s our conclusion – pretty strongly
ULI had some suggestions for what is located. It would help draw shoppers – that’s not going to happen,” said Craig
should be included in the master plan, and other consumers to the area as well Seymour of finding a willing partner. “It’s
including a civic center, a cultural arts as provide support for those businesses too big a project. It’s too complex. The
and entertainment district, and diverse that decide to locate to the jobs corridor. timeframe is too long. And the risk is too
housing options. great.” 
ULI recommends a diverse offering of
businesses, including industrial, office,

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Celebration lives Over 175 people of many faith com- ib Begg, a nationally known advocate of
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AYCOCK FUNERAL HOMES a synagogue. about standing together to make it known

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Our professional, experienced and dedicated Sheriff Ken Mascara, Port St. Lucie Mayor
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• Personalized service from time honored long service created a sense of communi-
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AYCOCK FUNERAL HOMES INPUT ON PARKS nity and we want to grow parks and recre-
ation with them in a good direction,” she
PORT ST LUCIE, FLORIDA CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 said.

Aycock at Tradition NEWEST LOCATION and other recreational and gathering The only city park in St. Lucie West is
Life Celebration Center Aycock at Tradition facilities ranging from Apache Park to McChesney, at 1585 SW Cashmere Blvd. It
Woodstork Trail. Some are passive-use has a playground and soccer fields.
Port St. Lucie Life Celebration Center parks. Others, such as the Port St. Lucie
Community Center, have gyms, classes “If there are other things they’d like
772-618-2336 SW Tradition Lakes Blvd. and community gathering places. to see happen on that side of town, they
CrSeWekStWoanyy need to come tell us,” Boatwright said.
Floresta Drive SW Stony Creek Way SW Tradition Lakes Blvd. SW Keating Dr. More facilities are coming. For exam- “We know there’s a big need for amenities
1504 SE Floresta Drive SW Hartwick Dr. ple, Winter Lake Park on Jannebo Street, on that side of town.”
Tradition Pkwy. SW Stony Creek Way SW Elsinore Dr. when built, is slated to have ball fields,
Port St. Lucie Tradition Pkwy. basketball courts, fitness stations and a Dennis Pickle, manager and utilities
dog park. The city has a request for pro- director of the services district, said it
772-878-0049 posals open for that project. looked at other vacant properties it owns
to offer the city when there was discus-
Fernhill Memorial The city has at least one place in St. Luc- sion about a dog park in St. Lucie West.
Gardens, Stuart ie West to build park facilities. In August He said neighbors to the properties all
772-283-6246 the City Council approved an agreement expressed disapproval for that use. How-
with the St. Lucie West Services District ever, the district would consider other
Aycock Funeral Home that will allow it to build park facilities at proposed city Parks & Recreation uses
Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, the Lake Harvey stormwater treatment depending on neighborhoods’ responses.
area at the intersection of Southwest He said the city owns property close by to
Fort Pierce Cashmere and St. Lucie West boulevards. First Data Field as well.
The district got the 12.5-acre property
772-461-8912 to build a stormwater retention area in Boatwright said facilities is only one
2014. Conversation about turning it into side of Parks & Recreation. There’s also
a passive-use park, too, started while programming – activities that the city
the district was still purchasing the land. hosts. She says meeting attendees are en-
In early 2016 the St. Lucie West Services couraged to voice their ideas about both.
District Board of Supervisors revived the
passive-use park talk and turned to the “We are wanting to get the impute of
city to add those amenities. Whatever the the community — what they’d like to see
city opts to do, the district will have to ap- happen in our department (over the next
prove, too. decade),” she said.

At press time, there are no active plans The meetings will be at 5:30 p.m. The
for Lake Harvey. Boatwright said that’s Thursday meeting will be at Minsky Gym,
one of the topics planners would like 750 SW Darwin Blvd. The Thursday meet-
more community opinions about. ing will be at Port St. Lucie Civic Center,
9221 Civic Center Place.
“There’s a lot of growth in the commu-
For more info: www.cityofpsl.com/gov-
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IN LOVING MEMORY a devoted mother, and an exceptional wife. childhood years and cheerleader at Port St.
She is survived by her loving husband of Lucie High School where she later graduated.
JACQUELINE DAWN PLATT, 42 Survivors include her husband, David Holly was full of life, had an infectious smile
Port St. Lucie Platt Jr.; daughter, Jordan (Friar) Platt; son, 49 years, Isidoro; four children; and many and was one of the most selfless people that
Liam Platt; father, Jerry Friar, of Pensacola. grandchildren, great-grandchildren, family anyone could have the pleasure of meeting.
Jacqueline Dawn Platt, 42, of Port St. Lucie and friends.
passed away on Nov. 2 in Fort Pierce. Dawn CONSTANCIA RIVERA, 83 Holly worked as the office manager for
was born on Aug. 23, 1976, in Winter Haven, Port St. Lucie HOLLY LYNN BURGESS, 33 Thompson Electric and had been a lifetime
Fla., to Jerry and Barbara (Hicks) Friar. Torino employee of Santa’s Tree Village, where she
Constancia Rivera, 83, of Port St. Lucie, created lasting memories for families all over
Dawn was a devoted mother and wife. She departed this life Monday, Oct. 22. Holly Lynn Burgess, 33, of the Torino com- the Treasure Coast.
was a devout Christian and was a member of munity in Port St. Lucie passed away un-
Southside Christian Church in Fort Pierce. Constancia was a very good registered expectedly, surrounded by her loved ones, She is survived by her parents, James and
Dawn was a loving and kind person. nurse who was respected by the physicians early Monday Oct. 29, at Tradition Medical Kelli Burgess; brother, Jimmy Burgess and
she worked for. She loved dancing and Center in Port St. Lucie. Holly was born to wife, Megan Burgess; and her dearly loved
She loved her babies, her church, her cooking, was a devout, practicing Catholic, parents James and Kelli Burgess on Sept. 5, dog, Pookie; Aunt and Uncle Vicki and Joe
youth program at church and her husband. 1985, in Fort Pierce. Lowry, Aunt and Uncle Terry Green and Dave
Munsey, Uncle Harry Burgess, Aunt Evelyn
She was a talented dancer for most of her Beroni, and Aunt Catherine Kearns.

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MLB seen making ‘Dodgertown’ hub of youth programs

BY RAY McNULTY | Staff Writer “When everything is final and the lease is PHOTO: LEIGH GREEN “Major League Baseball has indicated
signed, I’ll happily hand the keys to Major they’re in this for the long haul.”
Peter O’Malley’s lifelong affection for Vero League Baseball and offer to help in any way Baseball to share the costs of renovating and
Beach and connection to Dodgertown has I can.” making other improvements to the aging fa- Once signed, O’Malley’s lease with the
been well-chronicled, especially in recent cility. county would immediately be terminated
years, as he fought to make sure the Trea- According to Indian River County Ad- – it expires in May, anyway – and Historic
sure Coast city’s once-iconic spring-training ministrator Jason Brown, the county has a Brown hopes to present the lease to the Dodgertown’s operations would be in MLB’s
complex didn’t dissipate into a foggy base- “handshake agreement” with MLB, which, if Board of County Commissioners in early De- hands for at least the next decade.
ball memory. the deal is finalized, would assume control of cember, after lawyers from both sides review
Historic Dodgertown’s operations and make the agreed-upon, five-page term sheet and Brown said the county has agreed to pay
That’s why the former Los Angeles Dodg- Vero Beach the hub of its youth programs. draw up the necessary paperwork. to renovate the facility, which is in need of
ers owner rode to the Indian River Coun- several new roofs, repairs to Holman Stadi-
ty-owned facility’s rescue in 2011, putting to- Brown said the proposed lease is for 10 “They’re still working on the language, um’s press box, and other “deferred mainte-
gether a five-way partnership that pumped years, with three five-year options – a deal but I don’t anticipate anything going wrong,” nance” before MLB arrives later this year.
money and life into the place, preventing that requires the county and Major League Brown said. “I’m quite comfortable recom-
it from being shuttered after Minor League mending the lease be approved, and I’m “Those projects needed to be done, any-
Baseball failed to turn a profit and an- confident the board will approve it. way, for anybody to continue to operate the
nounced it was pulling out. facility,” Brown said, adding that the county
currently spends roughly $325,000 annually
That’s why O’Malley made it his mission on maintenance there.
last year to find a successor to take over His-
toric Dodgertown’s multi-sport operations, MLB will then contribute up to $10 mil-
which county officials say has a $15 million lion in improvements – including $5 million
annual impact on the local economy. for an indoor practice field – with the county
matching up to half that amount in reim-
That’s why O’Malley, at age 80, was gen- bursements over the duration of the 10-year
uinely thrilled to learn last week that his ef- lease.
forts to bring together the county and Ma-
jor League Baseball were successful – that Brown said the county will use sales and
the two parties had agreed in principle on a tourist tax revenues to cover the reimburse-
long-term lease for Historic Dodgertown. ments, which could run as high as $800,000
annually through the first five years of the
“The two sides have made great progress,” lease, then dropping to a maximum of
O’Malley said. “I think it’s going to happen, $400,000 annually through the last five years.
and I’m glad it’s going to happen. This is the
best possible outcome for the county. “Major League Baseball wants to preserve
the business already there and enhance the

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operations by bringing in its own programs SEARCH CONTINUES FOR DRIVER IN ROAD RAGE SHOOTING
and activities,” Brown said. “With their re-
sources, the calendar is only going to get full- The search continues for the driver of a anything, please come forward,” Presley’s SE Floresta Drive and SE Prima Vista Boule-
er, which will increase an already-significant sedan who fired a gun and struck a 3-year- mother pleaded. “My baby didn’t deserve
impact on the local economy. old girl in the head during a late-night road this.” vard, according to police. The vehicles trav-
rage incident in Port St. Lucie on Oct. 28.
“As Major League Baseball gets things go- Her boyfriend, identified as Craig Sule, eled south on SE Floresta Drive and turned
ing here, we expect that $15 million annual As of press time, the child remains in a is cooperating with investigators, police
impact to grow.” medically induced coma to allow for her spokesman Master Sgt. Frank Sabol said. onto SE Bywood Avenue, where the sedan’s
brain to heal. She had been struck by a sin- However, investigators are not releasing the
MLB is expected to bring to Historic Dod- gle bullet to the head. specifics regarding what precipitated the driver fired a gunshot at the truck in the 1000
gertown activities and tournaments related road rage shooting. Authorities are search-
to its youth programs, such as Reviving Base- The girl has been identified as Presley, ing for a newer model, dark-colored BMW block of SE Bywood Avenue.
ball in Inner Cities, Youth Academy and Elite who was riding in the backseat of her moth- sedan with its turn signals located in the
Development Invitational. er’s boyfriend’s truck next to her 7-year-old fender. The vehicle will have minor damage The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms
brother. She had planned to dress as Ariel to the passenger side.
O’Malley said MLB is familiar with the fa- the Little Mermaid for trick-or-treating, her and Explosives has offered a $5,000 reward
cility – where the players can eat, sleep and mother told the media. “Whoever knows The incident started at the intersection of
play on campus – because it has held pro- for information leading to the arrest and
grams there each of the past three years.
conviction of the suspect.
Brown said MLB wants to embrace the
history of the complex, which was the spring Anyone with information is asked to con-
training home of the Dodgers, from Brooklyn
to Los Angeles, from 1948 to 2008, when the tact Detective Aisha Hardison at 772-871-
team moved its preseason headquarters to
Arizona. 7324 or the Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers

“That’s what drew them here, especial- at 800-273-8477.  ­– DEBBIE CARSON
ly the ties to Jackie Robinson,” Brown said,
referring to the former Dodgers great who
broke baseball’s color barrier in 1947. “Ma-
jor League Baseball is well-positioned and
well-suited to elevate that history to a na-
tional stage, which would increase the coun-
ty’s exposure.”

Brown said the agreement requires the
county to provide 2,000 parking spaces for
MLB events at Holman Stadium – an obli-
gation that likely will prompt the county to
make another attempt to buy the former
Dodgertown Golf Club property from Vero
Beach.

The City Council rejected the county’s $2.4
million offer last month, deciding to keep the
35-acre parcel as open space. A developer of-
fered $2.43 million in hopes of building an
urban market that included a hotel, office
buildings and restaurants. 

Fun on the farm

Or just call for an
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PHOTOS: ANTHONY INSWASTY

St. Lucie County 4-H hosted its Spooktacular Farm
Festival recently at the 4-H Farm in Fort Pierce.
Parents and kids enjoyed a pre-Halloween trick-or
treat as well as meet-and-greets with farm animals.
Above, Piper Currier, 3, pets Violet the goat.

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PLANNED VO-TECH SCHOOL certifications they need in order to get provide training and certification in ar- said students will retain the flexibility
jobs. chitecture and construction immediately. to change paths during their time at the
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 Such fields could include air-condition- academy.
Both Rains and Oravec pointed to the ing, refrigeration and heating technology,
opportunities and tries to work with part- longtime push of sending students to carpentry, electricity and plumbing. And, if a student were to decide that he
ners as best it can. college as one of the reason such a ca- or she no longer wants to pursue a career
reer-tech school is needed. The Bureau Later, based on community need and in the trades, the student can transfer to
Somerset Academy Inc. was the lone of Labor Statistics has determined that at desire, Somerset could offer training in the Somerset College Preparatory Acad-
respondent last month to present a plan least 37 percent of college students don’t Health Sciences, including a partnership emy. Those attending the college prep
for a grade 6-12 charter school focusing complete a four-year degree program. with Allied Health, dental aide and home charter, likewise, could transfer to the ca-
on skilled trades in construction, medical health aide. reer academy if they were to decide col-
and hospitality. “You have to wonder why,” Rains said, lege isn’t the path for them.
suggesting that students were pushed in a Representatives also suspect that the
The school district provides ca- direction they didn’t want to go. charter would eventually offer a culinary Keith Caron was one of many in the
reer-tech academies at more than two career path as well as cosmetology, both audience to take in the presentation. He
dozen schools throughout the county, but But sending students off to college has of which would help attract more stu- introduced himself as a former culinary
Port St. Lucie leaders believe having one also led to a shortage of skilled trade la- dents to the school. arts teacher from Connecticut. He said
school with all the trades under one roof bor. There are more job openings than students started in the ninth grade and
would be best – a place for “like-minded there are skilled workers, according to Manufacturing, as well as transpor- by the time they graduated, they had the
people” wanting to be trained. Oravec. tation and early childhood education, experience needed to get jobs.
could also be added to the program as de-
Somerset will need to get St. Lucie Pub- Already, Somerset Academy Inc. oper- mand dictates. “They have the skill to support them-
lic Schools’ blessing – or the state’s, if the ates a career-tech academy in the City of selves while they find themselves,” he
district denies – before moving forward Hialeah that is similar to the school the Rains told the audience that the charter said. Caron added that having the ca-
on the proposed charter school. city wants to establish. company hopes to have the school ready reer-tech all under one roof allows for
for the 2020-21 school year – “best case students to be exposed indirectly to other
“It’s no cakewalk,” Oravec said of the COHEA – the City of Hialeah Educa- scenario.” Worst case, a year later. trades, which might better help them de-
process. tional Academy – has been up and run- termine their path.
ning for 10 years and boasts a graduation To start, the school would open with
Somerset Academy already operates rate between 96 percent and 97 percent. 300 students in grades 6 and 7. During The presentation was just one step to
two charters in St. Lucie – Somerset Col- When it first opened, the county’s gradu- that time, the students will take the re- getting the charter school into the jobs
lege Preparatory Academy on NW Califor- ation rate was 63 percent. quired courses to meet Florida education corridor. The city and Somerset Academy
nia Boulevard, and Somerset Academy St. standards as well as mini-sessions in each Inc. are currently negotiating a contract
Lucie on SW Yamada Drive. The school focuses on trades and skills of the trade areas to help them determine for the land, which would be provided by
that the City of Hialeah identified was what career path they might want to pur- the city.
The principal of both schools, Erika needed in its community. It has various sue.
Rains, said the Somerset Career Academy academies, including police, fire rescue, Also, Somerset is preparing its applica-
of Port St. Lucie would be a “school-to- emergency medical, law and even early The second year will see the addition tion to the school district.
workforce solution.” She envisions stu- childhood. of grades 8 and 9 with an additional 425
dents graduating with not just their high students. By eighth grade, students will The council expects to vote on the ne-
school diploma but also with the industry In Port St. Lucie, Rains and other Som- be able to select their career path. Rains gotiated contract this month. 
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Are allergy shots right for you? Check with a specialist

BY FRED CICETTI or weeds. If you have year-round discom- An allergic reaction is a complex chain as food, latex, medications and insect
fort, you may be sensitive to indoor al- of events that involves many cells, chem- stings.
Q. Is it worth getting shots for my aller- lergens such as dust mites, cockroaches, icals and tissues throughout the body.
gies? mold or pet dander. While there is no cure for allergic disease, We don’t know why some substances
there are many medications available to trigger allergies and others do not. We
Immunotherapy, also known as allergy The common symptoms of allergic lessen symptoms. About 50 million Amer- also don’t understand why every person
shots or vaccinations, can alleviate aller- rhinitis are itchy eyes, nose or throat; na- icans suffer from an allergy. does not react to allergens. A family his-
gy symptoms. However, shots don’t work sal congestion, runny nose, watery eyes, tory of allergies is the single most import-
on all allergies or all people. chest congestion or wheezing. If your Major allergic diseases include: allergic ant factor that predisposes a person to
eyes also become red and swollen, you rhinitis, allergic conjunctivitis, asthma, develop allergies.
Doctors advise against allergy shots suffer from allergic conjunctivitis. atopic dermatitis (eczema), hives (urti-
caria), and reactions to substances such All Rights Reserved © 2018 by Fred
THE HEALTHY SENIOR Before starting allergy shots, your doc- Cicetti. 
tor may use a skin test to confirm that you
if you take a beta blocker for high blood have allergies and determine which spe-
pressure or heart problems. If you’re con- cific allergens cause your signs and symp-
sidering immunotherapy, seek the advice toms. During the test, a small amount of
of a good allergist. the suspected allergen is scratched into
your skin and the area is then observed
Allergy shots are a series of scheduled for about 20 minutes. Swelling and red-
injections meant to desensitize you to ness indicate an allergy to the substance.
specific allergens – the substances that
trigger an allergic response. The usual The shots won’t give you immediate
schedule is a shot once or twice a week relief. You’ll probably see improvement
for about three to six months. After that, in the first year of treatment. The most
you’ll need a shot about once a month for noticeable improvement often happens
three to five years. during the second year. By the third year,
most people are desensitized to the aller-
Allergy shots are commonly used to gens contained in the shots.
treat allergic rhinitis (hay fever) and asth-
ma. Allergy shots may also control allergic For some people, successful treatment
reactions to stinging insects, such as bees, leads to a life without allergy symptoms.
yellow jackets, hornets and wasps. But the For others, shots must continue on a
shots are not effective for food allergies. long-term basis to keep allergy symptoms
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BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Columnist foyer. There is a den (11 feet-by-14 feet), a
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access to beach. Recently remodeled w/ 2 BRs, 2 Hosts 3 BRs, 2 BAs, 2 CG & Covered Patio. Open of 1 BR/1 BA. Enjoy the luxurious life in a Mediterranean
BAs & 1 parking space. Master BR w/ walk-in closet. kitchen w/ breakfast bar, dining area, pantry & SS setting. Views include 5th green of golf course & heated
Walking distance to pool. $369,000 appliances. $210,000
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can sit and go through recipes or do some FEATURES FOR 11295 SW VANDERBILT CIRCLE fee or watch the sun go down. I would love
work while something’s cooking. to be married there or, at the very least,
Neighborhood: Townpark at Tradition to have a romantic soul go down on one
The house has 5 bedrooms and 4 ½ Year built: 2008 • Construction: CBS knee and propose. In that setting, I know
baths, so it is perfect for any size family or Square footage: 3,653 sq. ft. • Total square footage: 5,159 I’d say “Yes.”
for retirees or snowbirds who entertain a Bedrooms: 5 • Bathrooms: 4.5 • Flooring: carpet, tile, wood
great deal. The master bedroom is a gen- Security: manned gate, owner system Of course, living in Townpark in Tra-
erous 15-by-17, and is an oasis in itself. Additional features: lake views, hurricane-impact windows dition gives you access to a broad array
There are two walk-in closets in the mas- throughout, plantation shutters, barrel tile roof, volume ceil- of amenities and proximity to Tradition’s
ter suite and the gorgeous master bath has Main Street, with restaurants and shop-
a frameless shower, soaker tubs and dual ings, custom drapes ping. You can come to have coffee and
vanities. Three of the other bedrooms are Community amenities: basketball, bicycling and jogging, bil- read the Sunday paper, and then pick up
11-by-12, and are ideal for kids or guests. liards, business center, cabana, clubhouse, community room. a few things at Publix. It couldn’t be more
Upstairs, there is a private guest suite with convenient or pleasant. You’re close to ev-
its own great room, wet bar, bedroom and exercise room, game room, spa/hot tub, pool, tennis erything and yet, at home, you’re in your
full bath. Your guests won’t want to leave. Listing brokerage: Lang Realty own retreat.

Outside, in the rear of the house, is the Listing agent: Kay Rodriguez, 772-486-2126 For Kay Rodriguez of Lang Realty, this
“Wow” factor. You step onto the covered Listing price: $510,000 adds up to a lot of pluses.
and screened patio and immediately see
the lake. Then you look a little farther and “This home is a must-see,” she said.
see a gazebo. This is a place where you “It’s a formal model with all the bells and
could sit and read, or have morning cof- whistles.”

I’d still love that gazebo proposal. 

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TRADITION AND ST. LUCIE WEST REAL ESTATE SALES

TOP SALES OF THE WEEK

The Tradition and St. Lucie West real estate market was abuzz with activity last week, as 28
single-family residences and lots sold from Oct. 29-Nov. 2 (some shown below).
The top sale of the week was the residence at 10795 SW Visconti Way. First put on the market
in May for $489,000, the 2-bedroom, 3-bathroom home sold for $465,000 on Nov. 1.
The seller in the transaction was represented by agent Melinda P. Cann of Cann Realty. The
buyer was represented by agent Thomas M. Cann of Cann Realty.

SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCES AND LOTS
ORIGINAL SELLING
PRICE
TOWN ADDRESS LISTED ASKING PRICE SOLD
$465,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 10795 SW VISCONTI WAY 5/29/2018 $489,000 11/1/2018 $391,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 11400 SW APPLE BLOSSOM TRAIL 11/6/2017 $387,000 10/29/2018 $385,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 808 SW CLASSICO COURT 1/15/2018 $427,000 10/31/2018 $358,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 5851 NW JOPPA CT 9/13/2018 $364,900 11/1/2018 $338,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 11318 SW ROCKINGHAM DRIVE 8/12/2018 $395,000 10/31/2018 $315,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 9111 SHORT CHIP CIRCLE 4/7/2018 $354,900 11/2/2018 $315,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 5838 NW BATES AVENUE 8/10/2018 $339,900 11/2/2018 $312,500
PORT SAINT LUCIE 5704 NW WHITECAP ROAD 9/16/2018 $314,900 10/29/2018 $310,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 1704 SW MOCKINGBIRD DRIVE 8/10/2018 $329,900 10/30/2018 $308,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 11821 SW CRESTWOOD CIRCLE 7/23/2018 $328,000 10/31/2018 $295,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 568 SW SAINT KITTS COVE 4/19/2018 $299,888 10/31/2018 $283,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 5856 NW FOGEL COURT 9/5/2018 $292,000 10/31/2018 $279,000
PORT SAINT LUCIE 1507 SW MOCKINGBIRD CIRCLE 6/1/2018 $285,000 11/2/2018

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

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PENDING!

10837 SW 9515 SW Nuova Way 10610 SW 18003 Cosenza Way 7740 Greenbrier
Visconti Way Large Estate Home 2 BD, Capraia Way Isabella Floor plan Circle On Golf
Isabella Floor plan 2.5 BA, Den, Formal Living, Lago Floor plan 2BR, Den/Poss. 3rd BR, 2 BA, Course!
On the Golf Course, w/ 3 Car Garage!2 BR, 2 BA, Dining/ Family RoomFormal Dining, Pool & Spa w/ Private Lake 2 BR, Den, 2 BA, 1932 Sq. Ft. Beautiful lake view with Dining Room, 2 Car1820 Sq. Ft. Perfect location on cul-de- 3 BD, 2.5 BA, 2157 Sq. ft.
Den or Poss. 3rd BR, 3 car 1820 sq. ft. with gorgeous View 2761 Sq. Ft. All Impact Glass screened patio and summer kitchen. Owners have sac with Southern exposure lake view in back. This home was On the 4th hole of Dye Golf Course
golf views. Lots of upgrades! Summer Kitchen, plantation $419,000 added extensive landscaping, custom closets and never lived it! White cabinets in kitchen w/ wall oven, glass $379,000
shutters, built in kitchen dining area. All impact glass. shelving. All impact glass. $417,900 tile backsplash and cooktop. All Impact Glass. Hurry this
$373,000 STUART - RIVER CLUB home won’t last. $369,900 PGA VERANO
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11093 SW Visconti 1600 NE Dixie Highway #5-101 6629 SE Woodmill Pond Lane REDUCED! SOLD
Way - Bella Floor plan
2 BD, 2 BA 1,072 Sq. Ft. Spectacular 180-degree direct wide river 3BD, 2.5 BA Plus Large Loft, 2 Car - 2256 Sq. Ft. 1792 SE Fallon Drive, Vacant Lot 10795 SW Visconti
2,BR, Den, 2 BA, 2 Car views from this corner ground floor condo. This condo is minutes from under A/C Rare end unit preserve view townhome Very nice high and dry lot with private Way - ON GOLF
1646 Sq. Ft. Built in 2017 - All Impact Glass Crown the beach, downtown Stuart & Jensen Beach. The River Club offers boats in Woodmill Pond. This spacious Townhome is in a location on an interior canal. COURSE WITH POOL!
molding, plantation shutters, upgraded tile on the diago- slips for sale or rent (check avail.) a wonderful pool and clubhouse with gated small community close to the beach and $39,900 Ravella Floor plan
nal. Every inch of this home is carefully designed with a low monthly fees. The main floors and bedroom carpets are all new and Jupiter. This unit has a screened back patio
sophisticate feel throughout. $315,000 the kitchen and bathrooms have been recently renovated. $299,000 great for grilling. $264,900 SOLD FOR $465,000

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

11400 SW Apple Blossom Trail, Port Saint Lucie 808 SW Classico Court, Port Saint Lucie

Listing Date: 11/6/2017 Listing Date: 1/15/2018
Original Price: $387,000 Original Price: $427,000
Sold: 10/29/2018 Sold: 10/31/2018
Selling Price: $391,000 Selling Price: $385,000
Listing Agent: Ryan Reagan Listing Agent: A M Group

Selling Agent: Lang Realty Selling Agent: Keller Williams Realty

Nena Pike Lindsey Taylor

Donohue Real Estate, LLC RE/MAX Direct

5851 NW Joppa Ct, Port Saint Lucie 11318 SW Rockingham Drive, Port Saint Lucie

Listing Date: 9/13/2018 Listing Date: 8/12/2018
Original Price: $364,900 Original Price: $395,000
Sold: 11/1/2018 Sold: 10/31/2018
Selling Price: $358,000 Selling Price: $338,000
Listing Agent: Keith Gordon Listing Agent: Vickie Smith

Selling Agent: ADDvantage Real Estate Service Selling Agent: Bowen Realty, Inc./PSL

Keith Moore Robert. Spector

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POOL HOME ON THE GOLF POOL HOME - BEAUTIFUL REDUCED! NEW LISTING! GREAT LOCATION!
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the Wanamker. Granite kitchen with SS appliances, tile on ing & dining rooms tile on diagonal throughout living areas, Tradition, close to stores, restaurants
diagonal throughout, paver patio, fenced yard. 3BR, 2BA home, beautiful kitchen, with granite, 42” maple 2BR, 2BA PLUS den, 2CG PLUS Florida room, tile through- RX-10469902 10280 Stephanie Way
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LAKE CHARLES $334,900 PGA VERANO $419,900 JENSEN BEACH $239,900 INDIAN RIVER DR. $479,000

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2018 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER PHOTOS: LINDA THIBEAULT

Coming Up! ELVIS LIVES!

THAT’S ALL FOLK: Eileen Bowen is serenaded by Darrell Dunhill – aka Elvis – during the H͚ ooray for Hollywood͛ dinner
LEGEND YARROW to benefit the St. Lucie County Education Foundation last Saturday at the Port St. Lucie Civic Cen-
TAKES LYRIC STAGE ter. Inset right, Michelle Miller and Education Foundation Executive Director Thom Jones. 

BY SAMANTHA BAITA | Staff Writer

1 Coming to the Lyric: We
all know Peter Yarrow as a
folk singer famous as part of the
1960s folk music trio Peter, Paul
and Mary. And maybe you know
he co-wrote one of the group’s
greatest hits, “Puff, the Magic
Dragon.” But did you know, be-
fore all that, according to Wiki-
pedia, the Manhattan-born son
of Ukrainian Jewish immigrants
graduated second in his class
with a physics prize from New
York’s High School of Music and
Art, studied painting and earned
a BA in psychology from Cor-
nell? He actually began singing in
public during his last year there,
in a popular American Folk Liter-
ature course. As a political activ-
ist, Yarrow has supported many
causes, including Operation
Respect, an organization that
promotes tolerance and civility
in schools. Presented by Temple
Beth El Israel, the folksinger and
his guitar will take the stage at
Stuart’s Lyric Theatre on Satur-
day, Nov 10. Time: 7 p.m. Tickets:
$47. 772-286-7827 or www.lyr-
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A COMPELLING PLAY? ‘PROOF’ POSITIVE AT THE A.C.T.

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer Dennis O’Donovan and learning from her father or was it genetic?”
[email protected] Megan Pollock in “Proof.” Catherine worries throughout the play that in addition

The word proof has several meanings. It is a mathe- PHOTO COURTESY OF THE A.C.T. STUDIO THEATRE to some of her father’s genius, she may have inherited
matical term. It is also a term that connotes evidence of some of his illness.
something. In the David Auburn drama, both meanings can relate to,” Lester said.
come into play in a complex work that explores a number Catherine has grown up in the long shadow cast by her “The focus is her journey,” Lester said. “I have a won-
of themes including genius, madness and family. derful lady playing Catherine, Megan Pollock. She has to
brilliant mathematician father. He also suffers from an be believably very smart, loving and have some social awk-
“Proof” was written in 2000 and won the 2001 Pulitzer unspecified mental illness. “We know she has some of his wardness. She has a deep-seated resentment of her sister.
Prize for Drama and the Tony Award for Best Play. It ran for genius,” Lester said. “Does she have some of his mental ill- There is the full range of emotions. This is not a musical
nearly three years on Broadway and has been performed ness? I find it interesting. Could she have become brilliant and there is no score or choreography to grab an audience.
around the world. This only has acting. It’s classic theater storytelling. She
needs to be strong as she’s in nearly every scene.”
A.C.T. Studio Theatre brings “Proof” to life Nov. 3-18 and
Richie Lester, the director, spoke about why he chose to Dennis O’Donovan, who runs the theater with his wife,
direct this play. Karen, plays Robert.

“I think that of all the plays (this season), it embraces “The role of the father is delicate,” Lester said. “You don’t
what I see straight theater as being, a more intimate expe- want to play someone with challenges for laughs, but you
rience. That’s how theater differs from other media. This have to decide what physical forms his limitations mani-
draws the audience in and is more compelling.” fest. It’s a challenging role.”

Lester said that the play deals with a variety of themes. Lester said that the play rewards its audience.
“There’s gender bias,” he said. “Women are second-class “It’s a smart and insightful play with humor, romance,
citizens academically. You wouldn’t expect a woman to be family drama and a mystery that we can’t reveal that has
a genius. There is a (close) line between genius and men- to be resolved and could lead to a great discovery,” Lester
tal illness. It asks an interesting question: Are genius and said. “It has good humor and just the right amount of fam-
mental illness nature or nurture?’” ily drama. The audience will be captivated by the story. It’s
The play is about Catherine, daughter of a mathemat- intimate and a great night of entertainment.”
ical genius, Robert, who has suffered with mental illness.
Family dynamics are very much central to the play, as it A.C.T. Studio Theatre, 2399 SE Cedar Pointe Plaza, Stuart,
deals with the relationship between Catherine and her sis- presents the drama “Proof” by David Auburn Nov. 9-11 and
ter and between a father and his daughters. There is also a 16-18. Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m.
romance and discussion of the grieving process. and Sundays at 3 p.m. Tickets are $25. Call 772-932-8880 or
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PEREZ MOVES GRACEFULLY INTO ROLE
AS IRSC’S MASTER DANCE INSTRUCTOR

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer terns, like rolling, crawling and going
[email protected]
on all fours. There are so many giggles.
Jocelyn Perez has hit the ground
dancing. The new master instructor of Dance is playful. (I want them) to get
dance at Indian River State College will
be teaching dance and choreography back to the sense of freedom and not be
to a wide array of students, from those
who have been dancing most of their worried about what they look like.”
lives to newcomers to the art form.
Perez said that at the beginning of
Perez, a Miami native, began danc-
ing when she was 3. She received a the semester, she asked students about
bachelor’s degree in dance perfor-
mance from the University of South their favorite dances. Many had seen a
Florida and a master of fine arts degree
in choreography and performance lot of versions of hip-hop on YouTube.
from Florida State. Her most recent
collaborative work, “Querencia,” is a “Hip-hop is not offered as a class,
dance film that has been making the
film festival circuit. but there’s a section in ‘On Your Feet’

She has directed and choreo- that has a small section of hip-hop they
graphed several musicals for the af-
terschool and summer camp shows at came up with themselves,” she said.
Broadway Kids Studio in Davie. Perez
has performed repertory work by Tal- “I’m thinking of bringing in a choreog-
ley Beatty, Bill T. Jones, Doug Varone
and Gerri Houlihan. rapher for a future workshop to get it

Perez said that she has a mixture of into their box of tools.”
students. “Some are reconnecting with
dance and some have never taken a Ballet, of course, has always been the
dance class,” she said. “Some are studying
to act and are using it as a tool to get a bet- foundation of much dance
ter sense of their bodies.”
education.
Some of her students are studying musi-
cal theater, and dance is an essential part of “Ballet started at the
that equation, as well.
time of Louis XIV,” Pe-
“There are some students who didn’t
know IRSC offered dance,” Perez said. rez said. “I’m interested
“Some just wish to reconnect and some
have scholarships, where they’re not nec- to see where we can start
essarily getting a degree in dance, but
they’re required to take a class in order to in another form. Ballet is
perform.”
codified and clear, so you
Perez and her students will lose no time,
with a performance called “Broadway Ba- know the terms when you hear
bies” from Jan. 10-12.
them in other styles. Most of the

students have taken ballet, but for
PHOTOS COURTESY OF JOCELYN PEREZ students starting new, you have to be

“There will be numbers like ‘Ease on clear and concise to grow the vocabulary

Down the Road’ from ‘The Wiz,’” Perez said, that is ballet specific.”

“and songs from ‘Hair,’ the movie ‘Moulin Perez will be the assistant director to

Rouge,’ which is headed to Broadway, ‘On David Moberg in the upcoming February

Your Feet’ about Gloria Estefan and ‘Steam musical “Into the Woods,” and there will

Heat’ (from ‘Pajama Game’). The latter will be a dance composition recital in April in

be choreographed by local choreographer which student choreographers will display

Leslie Neal. A student choreographer will their works.

have an original tap piece that is a really It will be a busy year for the new master

neat addition.” instructor.

Perez welcomes students at all levels.

“I like to say that dance is universal,” she For more information about upcoming

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AWESOME ‘MUSTER’ SEALS THE DEAL FOR 10,000 ATTENDEES

BY KERRY FIRTH | Correspondent Clockwise from above left: Avery Volgarino, 12, practices on the obstacle course during the 33rd Annual Muster and my teammates, the men and women who
would give up their lives for you and me and
Guests were literally blown away by the Music Festival at the National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum last Saturday in Fort Pierce; Navy SEAL Mike Donnelly shows off I would give up my life for them. I wear this
helicopters, blank explosives and smoke medal around my neck for all of you, but
bombs at the National Navy UDT-SEAL the uniform worn for underwater demolition in years past; a member of the SEAL tactical demonstration team shows most of all for those who have given the ut-
Museum’s 33rd Annual Muster held on most for us to be here today.”
the museum grounds in Fort Pierce. Ap- the crowd how the SEAL Team dogs are trained to attack. PHOTOS: LINDA THIBEAULT
proximately 10,000 attendees filled the The canine demonstration was a crowd
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the live tactical demonstrations, canine de- show of authentic period Navy SEAL uni-
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parachute team opened the show with to ward off the frigid 37-degree water, the
spectacular jumps from a helicopter at fly- blue jeans and camouflage of the Vietnam
ing at 3,000 feet. The first paratrooper sailed era, and the flight suits of the Cold War
overhead with a massive American flag and era. The most spectacular entrance came
landed squarely on his feet, in the middle of from modern-day SEALS who were rope-
the field. Three others followed, performing dropped from a hovering helicopter in full
stunning aerial antics before hitting their camouflage garb and toting automatic
target in front of the cheering crowd. weapons.

Rick Kaiser, retired Navy SEAL and muse- That’s when the war games began! The
um executive director, served as master of bad guys circled the field in an old SUV, tak-
ceremonies. “Our mission at the museum ing hostages from the audience. The special
is to preserve the history and heritage of forces advanced with their weapons and
the Navy SEAL and all the predecessors who dogs, completely killing all the enemies in
have come before us in the past 75 years” minutes. Loud blasts of gunfire and gre-
he explained. “Today we are hosting Medal nades, the whirling of the helicopters and
of Honor Recipients Mr. Michael Thorton the special smoke effects immersed the au-
USN (SEAL) Ret. and Mr. Britt Slabinski USN dience with a simulation of what it was like
(SEAL) Ret., along with U.S. Army Veteran on the battlefield.
Congressman Brian Mast.”
With their heads still spinning for the
U.S. Rep. Mast asked all veterans in at- surreal battle reenactment, the crowd dis-
tendance to stand and be acknowledged. persed to tour the grounds of the museum
“These men and women go back at WW2” and attend the Medal of Honor Ceremo-
he stated. “They served in the Korean war, ny unveiling the name of USN SEAL (Ret.)
Vietnam, and in places like Iraq and Afghan- Master Chief Britt Slabinski on the Medal of
istan. They are men and women who are Honor Statue, and wander among the boats,
willing to die for each and every one of you! planes and artifacts of past wars. Some test-
Be sure to thank them today and every day.” ed their skill on the obstacle course and all
enjoyed the live music and food truck. Dis-
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ent Mike Thorton gave a resounding speech hours in the hollowed museum and learn
about freedom. “The greatest SEAL of all about the history and future of the esteemed
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‘Walk for Miranda’ sheds light on allergy dangers

BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent her, so Miranda was determined to help DeOnofrio said. Miranda was rushed to the Miranda Ann DeOnofrio. PHOTO COURTESY OF SUSAN DeONOFRIO
others. “She started Standing Straight 4 Sco- hospital. No medical interventions worked.
Miranda Ann DeOnofrio didn’t know liosis,” DeOnofrio said, which organized DeOnofrio said the family doesn’t know DeOnofrio urged people experiencing –
how dangerous her allergies were. It’s not as awareness-raising charity walks to benefit what allergen triggered the attack. or with family members experiencing – al-
though the family ignored them. She’d seen the Shriners Hospitals for Children-Tampa. lergies and asthma to take them seriously.
doctors and had emergency supplies. Those walks were also at Tradition Lake. “I felt totally blindsided,” she said.
The walk is aimed to not only honor Mi- “Do your research and ask your ques-
But then tragedy struck. “She passed But while Miranda faced down and beat randa, but also to raise awareness that aller- tions,” she said. “Use the resources available
away on Nov. 18, 2017,” her mother, Susan scoliosis, another medical issue was at work. gies and asthma can be deadly conditions. to you.”
DeOnofrio, said. “We have literature, asthma and allergy
“She suffered from allergies ever since she information, to spread out to people,” De- The walk will circle Tradition Lake once,
On Saturday, Nov. 17, the inaugural Re- was little,” DeOnofrio said. Onofrio said. which is about a mile, but walkers are wel-
membrance Walk for Miranda will be at Tra- There are numerous types of allergies, come to do additional laps. Registration is
dition Lake, 10824 SW Village Parkway. The They showed up in disguise. “When kids from skin and food, to insect and indoor $25. Teams of walkers are urged to dress in
walk will start at 8:30 a.m. and circle Tradi- go off to daycare, they’re always getting and outdoor. The latter can be from inhaling costumes.
tion Lake. Day-of registration will open an sick,” DeOnofrio said. “We would take her to pollen, mold spores, dander and a variety
hour sooner. the doctor when she was stuffy.” of other things. Allergies are basically im- Online registration is at www.eventbrite.
mune-system overreactions to foreign sub- com. Look up “Remembrance Walk for Mi-
“This is a remembrance walk to remem- Doctors eventually checked her for aller- stances. randa DeOnofrio,” posted by Team Miranda
ber her legacy,” DeOnofrio said. “Whatever gies. Sure enough, she had them. “She was The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of Strong. More about asthma and allergies is at
money we raise will benefit asthma and al- being treated for allergies,” DeOnofrio said. America reports that more than 50 million www.aafa.org. 
lergy research.” As yet there are no cures for “She had the nose spray. We went to the in- Americans experience allergic reactions an-
the related conditions, but there are many haler for the times she was congested.” nually. Allergies, the foundation reports, are
treatments available. the sixth-leading cause of chronic illness in
Treatments seemed to be helping. Still, the nation.
In addition to the walk, organizers are lin- the problem persisted. “In Florida, some- The closely-related asthma is airway con-
ing up raffles, music and other fun. Proceeds thing is always blooming,” DeOnofrio said. struction due to breathing allergens or irri-
will go to the Asthma and Allergy Founda- “Other states have allergy seasons. In Florida tants. According to the Centers for Disease
tion of America. “(Miranda) was full of life something is always blooming.” Control and Prevention, about 8 percent of
and we don’t want this to be a sad event,” the American population experiences asth-
DeOnofrio said. “She was silly. We want to The danger to Miranda was not evident. ma, and the rate has been increasing over
remember that part of her.” Then she was ill for a couple weeks. the last three decades. There are about 10
asthma deaths daily in the nation.
Miranda was a 20-year-old junior at the “She got into this coughing fit,” DeOnof-
University of Central Florida who’d already rio said. “She was in her room. She fainted.
gone through more medical treatment than Her friend administered CPR.”
most ever will. She had scoliosis, a condi-
tion she fought and beat. Surgeons helped Miranda had already gone on the offen-
sive with the inhaler. “As I understand it, she
did use it that night, but not soon enough,”

An Evening of Sinatra
and Motown

Starring Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr.

Colombia Recording Artist
and Winner of America’s Got Talent

Experience the voice that won America’s hearts! Landau Eugene
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to the Lyric Theatre for one night only. You’ll savor Landau’s
smooth and soulful renditions of such favorites as “Come Fly with
Me,” and “New York, New York,” as well as Motown classics like
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COMING UP 4 This coming Tuesday, Nov. 13, Stressed?
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CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 Steven Stills and Judy Collins. phen Stills & Judy Collins with Ken- Relaxation Sold Here!
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Actually, these blokes, bless their hearts, My thoughts returned to what enquiring
have to combat the stigma that it’s all glam- minds want to know. Is it comfortable wear-
our, when they rehearse for hours to train, ing a G-string? “You get used to it,” he said.
keep in shape and learn knew routines. I’d
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and get the adoration of women the world Like so many of the dancers, Black has a
over. The guys work nightly and are really serious side. After he leaves Thunder, Black
among the hardest working men in show hopes to pursue a career in design or archi-
business. (The mind does go in strange tecture or perhaps start his own business in
places, doesn’t it?) Liam Black, 28, has the hospitality industry.
been with the group since he was 21. From He already has experience trying new
Queensland, he met a guy who was back things. “I was really scared starting this job,”
in Australia in holiday and who persuad- he said. “It’s another fear conquered. I’d nev-
ed Black to try out. “It’s never something I er performed on stage in front of thousands
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Bonzo says Vader is a playful ‘Force’ of nature

treuse tennis ball, which filled his entire “Mom came to see
mouth. He dropped it at his Mom’s feet an
took off like rocket toward the back of the me, and we liked each
store, past rolls of shiny material in all col-
Hi Dog Buddies! ors. His Mom tossed the ball. After a cou- other right away. She
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This week I had a fun yap with an en- clutched in his mouth, plopped down on was like, ‘You’re gonna
ergetic, happy liddle rat terrier/chihua- a liddle square of carpet and began to roll.
hua mix, Vader Crawford, who has a really An roll. An roll. Then he popped up, an be my dog! But we got-
fun job: Chief Security Officer an Official came scootin’ back.
Greeter in a kite store! An, Dog, can he ta change that name!’
greet! Soon as me an my assistant walked “It’s my favrite toy! I sleep with it, even!”
in, he pranced right over with some wel- He gave the soggy ball a nudge with his An I’m like, ‘Work’s for
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Your Basic Tail Wag. It was a Full Body Wag, sneak one to play with. Mom says I’m a Mom took me home,
sniffer to caboose. Impressive. And a liddle Dork. Anyway, you’re gonna ask me some
dizzying. Vader’s a middle-sized pooch, stuff, right?” an changed my name
short black coat, wearin’ a Cool Kibbles
black vest with the word ‘SECURITY’ in “Let’s start with how you met your For- to Vader, cuzza my
white. ever Famly.”
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Assistant! I’m Vader Crawford. THIS is my brother went to Heaven, an Mom was real, ly calls me Darth Vad-
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“We sure did,” I told him. “Soon as we the truth, Mr. Bonzo,
spotted those colorful kites an flags an “You’re absolutely right,” I agreed. “It’s
twirly thingys out by the road, we knew it probly the most important thing we do.” I woulda been totally
was your place.”
“I was livin’ with Mom’s frens at the okey-dokey with Fido or
“Ah mumpf pfo,” he said. time. They’d named me Yaeger(meister),
“’Scuse me?” Vader had grabbed a char- for Lassie’s Sake. I was like, ‘What’s up with Rover, or even Fred, cuz
THAT?’
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WANT MORE LIVE MUSIC ‘Stuff’ yourself at Junk Dog Vintage Market
IN PSL? MAKE IT HAPPEN

The City of Port St. Lucie, in partner- BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent “That modern facility really has

ship with the St. Lucie Cultural Alliance The Junk Dog Vintage Market everything from size and location

(SLCA), is now in the running for a grant will be open at the Port St. Lucie to parking,” said Cirillo. “Every-

to bring a 10- to-12-week live music series Civic Center selling … well, proba- thing.”

to the city next summer. bly pretty much anything one can They’re so convinced the Trea-

Sponsored by the Mortimer & Mimi imagine. sure Coast is going to eagerly em-

Levitt Foundation, a national foundation “It’s a flea market flip, if you’ve brace the Junk Dog Vintage Mar-

dedicated to strengthening the social fab- ever seen that done,” said co-orga- ket that they’ve lined up a second

ric of America through free live music, the nizer Laura Cirillo. show, in February. “We’re getting

City of Port St. Lucie hopes to qualify as The market will be Friday and a great response,” Cirillo com-

one of 15 winning organizations compet- Saturday, Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. It’s mented.

ing in the “Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant part of what seems to be a growing At press time the upcoming

Awards.” City leaders are asking the pub- trend – folks looking to buy things show has secured about 60 ven-

lic to cast their vote online to help bring from days past. Paul and Laura Cirillo are organizing the Junk Dog Vintage Market at the Port dors. “We’ll have to cut it off at

the exciting program to Port St. Lucie. “A lot of this, you see on TV,” Ciril- St. Lucie Civic Center Nov. 30-Dec. 1. HOTO COURTESY OF PAUL AND LAURA CIRILLO some point,” Cirillo said. “There’s

The Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant lo said. “We have proficient vendors a lot of local talent. There’s talent

Awards are a matching grant opportunity coming who’ve been doing this for years.” art. It opened a year or so after “Ameri- coming from outside the area, talent from

created by the Levitt Foundation to serve While dealing in antiques is not a re- can Pickers” premiered. Cirillo tried her outside the state.”

small to mid-sized towns and cities with cent phenomenon but, over time, it hand at the vintage and antiques market Which makes Junk Dog Vintage Market

populations up to 400,000. Up to 15 non- seems the market has moved from clique to make a few dollars. “I was broke and a great stop for holiday shopping.

profits will receive $25,000 each in match- to hip. Finding business numbers to started painting myself out the door,” she Cirillo said there’s no one explanation

ing funds to produce their own Levitt demonstrate the trend is difficult. But, it said. “It just grew from there and it be- for the appeal of vintage and antique

AMP Music Series – an outdoor, free con- can be spotted on the television screen came a life for us. We have a picker van, products. She said the buyers span the

cert series featuring a diverse lineup of easily enough. like ‘American Pickers.’” generations from their 20s to seniors. For

professional musicians. This includes a The show “American Pickers” is still The shop in Stuart just wasn’t enough. some, it’s about nostalgia for days gone

minimum of 10 free outdoor concerts going strong since it premiered in 2010. Cirillo and her husband, Paul, decided to by. For others, it’s experiencing a bit of

presented over 10- to-12 consecutive The History Channel reported more than sign up for selling at vintage markets at the past they missed. For still others, it’s a

weeks during 2019. 3 million viewers tuned in to the first ep- civic centers and other venues around the matter of quality.

Port St. Lucie has advanced to the na- isode. Nielsen Media Research rated it as state. “These shows are cool,” she said. “This stuff has lasted 50, 80, 100 years,”

tionwide competition of this selection the top new non-fiction show that year. Along the way, the couple met inter- said Cirillo.

process. Regionalized variations of the show have esting people and saw interesting things. The market will open at 9 a.m. both

The success of Port St. Lucie’s applica- gone international. They made note of what made a good days. Admission at 9 a.m. will be $7. At 10

tion will depend on the community effort The show just has a couple guys driv- vintage market show, too. They figured in- a.m. and after, both days, it’s $5. The show

to get as many online votes as possible to ing around looking for old things to buy, stead of just signing up as vendors, they’d will be open to 5 p.m. both days. Children

bring the concert series to town. restore and sell. “American Pickers” keeps promote a show, too. 12 and younger are free. The Civic Center

Supporters are encouraged to visit going because people just love vintage “We have the time now to do it and do is at 9221 SE Civic Center Place.

https://grant.levittamp.org/voter-regis- things. Especially when artists get their it right,” Cirillo said. “We wanted an in- The next Junk Dog Vintage Market will

tration-page/ to register and vote for Port hands – or, rather, paints – on them. door show.” So the Cirillos scooped out be Feb. 22-23. More is at www.junkdogvin-

St. Lucie’s proposed concert series. On- Cirillo owns Junk Dog Salvage in Stu- the Port St. Lucie Civic Center. tagemarket.com. 

line public voting began Nov. 1 and ends

Nov. 20.

Levitt AMP will announce the winners Solutions from Games Pages ACROSS DOWN
in November 2, 2018 Edition 7 THESIS 2 STEWARD
on Dec. 18. 8 ACROSS 2 VENISON
10 WHIRRED 3 LIBRA
Through the Civic Center Department, 11 DRILL 4 ACADEMY
12 ROOK 5 ROBIN
the city launched its pilot live music se- 13 JAMMY 6 PSALM
17 GLASS 9 ADNAUSEAM
ries – the Free Friday Concert Series – in 18 DASH 14 FLIGHTY
22 CLANG 15 PATIENT
July 2018. The city’s first concert event 23 ATHEIST 16 SHUTEYE
24 BOUNTY 19 SCUBA
supported more than 500 attendees and 25 SKINNY 20 VAGUE
21 KHAKI
subsequent concerts reached an audi-

ence of almost 1,000.

With the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant,

this audience can be expanded and move

Port St. Lucie closer to its vision of a city

for all people by providing diverse music

genres that appeal to different socio-eco-

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company 125 Setting 72 Rice dish
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