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VOLUME 2, ISSUE 37 YOUR INDEPENDENT LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2017

THE SCOURGE OF IRMA

HISTORIC STORM LASHES OUT AT COUNTY

BY DEBBIE CARSON | Staff Writer
[email protected]

Hurricane Irma has come and
gone and now the cleanup and
recovery begin. As of Monday eve-
ning, more than 100,000 residents
were without power in St. Lucie
County and parts of the northern
county were dealing with severe
flooding.

“We’re recovering quickly,”
Port St. Lucie City Manager Russ
Blackburn said, explaining that
the bulk of the damage to proper-
ties came in the form of missing
roof shingles and missing screens
from patios.

The city received about 9 inches
of rain, Blackburn said. Lakewood
Park, near the St. Lucie-Indian Riv-
er county line, received 20 inches
of rain. An unknown number of

CONTINUED ON PAGE A4

St. Lucie West’s new
canal passes big test

PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent

It’s time to require impact glass in all new construction Hurricane Irma was no match
for the St. Lucie West Services Dis-
BY RAY McNULTY | Columnist devastating blow to Vero Beach. ago in preparation for Hurricane already-installed, easy-to-close trict. Dennis Pickle, manager and
Apparently, everyone hates the Matthew. accordion-style shutters. utilities director, said the district
The grumbling began early last faced what could be counted as a
week, when weather forecast- arduous, time-consuming and Most of my neighbors have A rare few have invested in 100-year event with the new 4E5
ers issued the first warnings that often-aggravating chore of put- the metal, slatted, screw-in shut- impact-resistant windows that Canal and did fine.
Hurricane Irma might be headed ting up storm shutters as much as ters that came with their homes offer protection against hurri-
our way – adding that if it arrived I do, especially after having gone when they were built 14 years cane-launched projectiles but al- “This was really the first test
on our shores, it could deliver a through this drill only 11 months ago. Some have upgraded to the where we could see any benefit to
CONTINUED ON PAGE A8 that,” he said.

The canal shunts water from St.
Lucie West and Cashmere boule-

CONTINUED ON PAGE A4

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Irma exacerbates an already-troubled ecosystem

BY ADAM LATEN WILLSON | Correspondent Corps may have its work cut out. at about 1,000 cubic feet per second (cfs). from the south and fills up your storage ar-
In addition, South Florida Water Man- For comparison, the Army Corps discharges eas first, then it becomes a real challenge.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma and flowed at a combined rate of nearly 6,000 cfs. You’re trying to move that water through
with Florida’s rainy season a little more than agement District has been in a state of major cities out into the ocean, to lower
halfway concluded, state and federal officials flood emergency since June, due to heavy Hurricane Irma worsened an already the water levels in the reservoir system.
are once again caught in a perennial juggling rainfall this summer. They have been using strained saturation level in Water Con- But you have to be mindful of the people
act with Lake Okeechobee. all emergency operations at their dispos- servation Areas south of the lake, says downstream, in the cities. If they’re experi-
al, says spokesperson Randy Smith. This Smith. “We’re looking at certain areas of encing heavy rainfall and basin run-off, you
On Sept. 6, in preemption of Irma’s furious has entailed setting up temporary pumps Miami-Dade, the Clewiston area, and over can’t exacerbate their problem by dumping
landfall as a Category 4 hurricane, the Army to convey excessive water south, as well as in the Big Cypress Basin in Collier County, more water on top of them. It’s a very chal-
Corps of Engineers began releasing discharg- emergency back pumping procedures to the and we have very serious situations that lenging balancing act.”
es for three days into the Caloosahatchee North, into the lake. are requiring around-the-clock opera-
River and St. Lucie Canal. The lake’s elevation tions that are going to continue for quite a Before the double-than-average rainfall
before the releases was 13.7 feet above sea They are currently operating two pumps while. When you get a system that moves in in June, Lake Okeechobee’s water elevation
level. If the water rises to 18 feet, the aging that are sending water into Lake Okeechobee was actually below the Army Corps’ target
Hoover dike has about a 50 percent chance PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN minimum of 12.5 feet, due to a relatively dry
of failure, says Mark Perry, executive director Signing off winter. This prompted the Army Corps of
of the Florida Oceanographic Society. Engineers to allow water to flow into the lake
from the St. Lucie Canal, in order to stabilize
The Army Corps wanted to “be ready for the water supply.
the heavy precipitation from Irma,” said Col.
Jason Kirk, Jacksonville District Commander, According to Perry, the water level could
in a press release before the storm. “We an- have remained low, which might have helped
ticipate direct rain over the lake could add in efforts to prepare for the heavy rains of
a foot to the water level. We’ve seen basin the last few months. He claims that the only
runoff from past events cause the lake to rise reason to increase the water level seems to
three feet over the span of a month. We want be for irrigation purposes. The Army Corps
to do all we can to ensure we have as much could not be reached for comment.
storage as possible for Irma.”
Lake Okeechobee is currently in a fortu-
Unfortunately, the latest releases, a com- nate situation, however, says Smith. Even
bined 11.4 billion gallons, only lowered the with Hurricane Irma adding almost a foot to
lake elevation about an inch. As of press the water level, it’s still a manageable eleva-
time, the lake stands at 14.4 feet, and with tion for the Corps. For now. 
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HURRICANE IRMA Message from St. Lucie County’s Extension Office on insurance claims

CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 Don’t be afraid to file a claim. Insurance And as previously noted, the claim shouldn’t
companies may have an internal policy to affect future policy purchases. Alternately,
houses were damaged, according to St. Luc- deny future coverage for someone who has if you don’t think the damage you sustained
ie County public information officer Erick filed too many claims. However, a named would cost anywhere near the windstorm
Gill. storm or major weather event is referred to as deductible, don’t try to file a claim. This will
a ‘CAT’ and will be assigned a ‘CAT number’ by take the claim adjuster’s time away from those
“Hopefully, we won’t see as many blue state insurance regulators. When you file a CAT who really need the assistance. You can always
roofs” as sprouted up after hurricanes Fran- claim, the number is noted in the claim record document the damage, mitigate or repair, and
ces and Jeanne, he said. and this should not be held against you for fu- wait a week or two to file the claim if it isn’t an
ture renewals. If you aren’t sure if your damage emergency. For more tips visit: http://stlucie.
Gill explained that the county prepared was enough to cost more than the deductible ifas.ufl.edu or for local updates from St. Lucie
well in advance of Hurricane Irma, pumping to repair, go ahead and file anyway and the County’s Emergency Management staff at
the canals and lowering water levels where claim adjuster will make the determination. www.stlucieco.gov/hurricane. ­– CONTRIBUTED
they could. Still, Lakewood Park’s infra-
structure was designed to handle a 100-year ing that the hurricane cleanup contractor are still without power have been transport- dents and business owners off the islands
event – 13 inches of rain. The community had hoops to jump through before getting ed to another shelter facility until they can while crews clean up.
took 7 additional inches. started Monday. “We’re not letting that stop safely return to their homes.
us,” Blackburn said. Residents and business owners through-
“Obviously, that wasn’t enough,” Gill said. “We’re slowly creeping that way,” Gill said out the county are encouraged to use the
Preparation for what was originally Hurricane Irma made initial U.S. landfall of returning to normal after the hurricane. county’s mobile app to report storm dam-
thought to be a major hurricane coming up in the Florida Keys as a Category 4 major Power outages and flooding continue to be age. Gill said the information gathered will
the east coast of Florida began Sunday, Sept. storm and then struck southwest Florida the major hurdles. help the county relay damages to FEMA.
3, with conference calls among the various near Naples as a Category 2 storm.
government agencies. With the additional To that end, Florida Power & Light has a Blackburn said that they’ve already dis-
lead time, the county and cities of Port St. St. Lucie County bore the brunt of the large number of crews working to restore covered some damage at the Civic Center.
Lucie and Fort Pierce were able to mobilize “dirty side” of the hurricane, receiving heavy their power grid. Fort Pierce Utilities, too, There was some leakage, he said, which is
resources and secure infrastructure. rains and gusty winds beginning Sunday was out en masse to restore its power. now being investigated to determine how it
A full week ahead of the storm, Port St. morning. At the peak of the hurricane event, happened and what needs to be done to fix
Lucie’s communications department began St. Lucie’s shelters housed more than 2,400 Evacuation orders have been rescinded it. Otherwise, other government buildings
issuing public notices and updates, remind- people, including nearly 500 with special but the islands remain off limits to those weathered the storm without issue.
ing residents to prepare for Irma. The coun- needs and more than 100 caregivers, and who do not live there or have business there.
ty, too, issued appeals to the public to pre- more than 60 pets. Approximately 70 percent to 80 percent of The City of Port St. Lucie is seeking vol-
pare just as the government was doing so. the islanders heeded the county’s call to unteers to help with neighborhood cleanup.
Blackburn said the city is working to clear The shelters have since been deactivated. evacuate, according to Gill. Anyone who is willing to help is encouraged
debris from roads and beginning to collect Those whose homes have been damaged or to email [email protected]
yard waste. “It’s hard to say” how long it will The county is working to keep non-resi-
take to clear all the debris, he said, explain-

SERVICES DISTRICT zontal rain happened for a bit, so believes it drained in 45 minutes, an hour.” What didn’t work as well is the district’s
was more. “I’d estimate over 10 inches in a The district recorded 80 mph wind gusts communications going into Irma. Pickle
CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 24-hour period,” Pickle said. said the district got a lot of phone calls from
in St. Lucie West. Before the storm arched people worried about flooding. Given the
vards, clearing the commercial section of St. Three inches of rainfall on St. Lucie West toward Florida’s Gulf Coast to make its way recent images of Houston after Hurricane
Lucie West for post-storm traffic. raises the familiar stormwater ponds in the into Central Florida in the early hours of Harvey, small wonder people worried about
various communities about a foot. Monday, Port St. Lucie was squarely in the it. “We always learn from these things,” Pick-
The 4E5 is nestled along the Ronald Rea- cone of uncertainty, the areas where a hur- le said. “One thing I learned is we’ll put more
gan Turnpike’s western side. Additional- Emergency-management crews gathered ricane is likely to strike. information on the website. We heard a lot
ly, while not completed, the Lake Harvey at 2 p.m. on Saturday. Irma hit on Sunday. of complaints that we should have put more
Stormwater Storage Project helped clear wa- The crews went home on Monday morning. “Everybody thought it’d be a wind event, information on the website. We just need
ter from major roadways. not a rain event,” Pickle said. “It turned out to do a bit more public information on the
Pickle said there were no major flood ar- to be a lot bigger rain event than any of us website before the storm.”
“(The 4E5) is a major benefit,” Pickle said. eas, but debris prohibited drainage in a few anticipated.”
“Once we get Lake Harvey done, that’ll en- place. Water almost reached the doors of a The 4E5 was completed earlier this year.
hance the canal.” typical passenger vehicle. Crews had placed Nevertheless, Pickle said the system did Lake Harvey will be done in about two
markers at grates to be able to find them in remarkably well. St. Lucie West is designed months, weather permitting. 
The district recorded 9.5 inches of rainfall flooded water. Pickle said they cleared them for excess water to wait on roadways until it
during Irma. Pickle said the distinctive hori- quickly. “Once you cleared them out, they drains to keep homes out of harm’s way.



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CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 impact-resistant windows locally, especially
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Which got me thinking . . . nowadays are more resistant than they were

Why not require that all new construction, 25 years ago.”

especially in the residential realm, include So are impact-resistant windows.

impact-resistant windows? Campeau, considered a local expert on

Let’s face it: We live in a part of the world building codes, said some of the impact-re-

where hurricanes are an annual threat. sistant windows installed in the aftermath of

FERNHILL MEMORIAL GARDENS These storms seem to have become bigger, hurricanes Frances and Jeanne in 2004 were
stronger and more frequent. And a signifi- susceptible to water seepage. He said both

cant percentage of Florida’s residents are re- the products and installation have improved

tirees, many of them in their 60s, 70s and 80s. noticeably in the years since.

State officials made sweeping changes to For those wondering, the Florida Building

the Florida Building Code after Hurricane Code requirements for both impact-resis-

HILLCREST MEMORIAL GARDENS, FORT PIERCE Andrew destroyed Homestead in 1992. New tant windows and shutters are the same for
construction requirements essentially elim- our county – they must be able to withstand
NOW OPEN inated the building of wood-
frame structures and made
concrete-block homes the

norm, while also mandating

fortified roofs.

This might be a good time

to address windows.

Fact is, for many of our

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unless they have a nearby

family member or generous

neighbor willing to help, Win Pearce puts the finishing touches on his home in PGA Village in St. Lucie
must pay someone else to
West days ahead of Hurricane Irma’s landfall. PHOTO: MITCH KLOORFAIN

batten down their homes.

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FOOD BANK PANEL: LET’S MAKE
‘END HUNGER’ MISSION POSSIBLE

BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent Children’s Services Council and the food Treasure Coast Hospice
bank. “This is the third year we’ve done Has Grown to Become
September is Hunger Action Month panel discussions during Hunger Action
at the Treasure Coast Food Bank. At press Month,” Garofalo said. Treasure Health!
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The food bank rescheduled the third
annual Pack the House from Sept. 8- 9 “The goal is to create dialog,” Garofalo Licensed since 1982.
to give volunteers time to prepare for the said. And look for solutions. Garofalo said
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“It’s at the Children’s Services Council ther its mission to end hunger. “We have
(of St. Lucie County),” Krista Garofalo, lots of different volunteer opportunities,”
chief strategy and advocacy, said. Garofalo said. “We are trying to move to-
ward a skill-based volunteer model.”
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Today’s primary care includes healthy dose of acronyms

BY TOM LLOYD | Staff Writer Dr. Cassie Jones, ARNP Tamsin Blanchard,and Dr. Miciara Hernandez. PHOTO: DENISE RITCHIE scape, Dr. Hernandez says, “For
us, it’s not a huge a change. Dr.
Primary care physicians – or tronic medical records); ACOs (account- CRA (the Medicare Access and CHIP Re- Jones and myself and Tamsin
PCPs – are, simply put, the key- able care organizations); SGRs (sustain- authorization Act). are very pro-preventive medi-
stone that holds the ever-wid- able growth rates); FFSs (fee-for-service cine [and] we try to get our pa-
ening arch of modern health- models); and, as of January 1, 2017, MA- Regarding one of the most important tients here every year to have
care together. acronyms in the evolving medical land- their [Medicare-mandated]
annual wellness visits, so that’s
Primary care doctors are not going be a huge change for
charged with the delivery of us. We have been doing this
preventive care, as well as low- since we started.”
ering “rates of mortality, emer-
gency room visits and hospital Jones concurs, explaining,
admissions,” while also reduc- “In our training we were al-
ing overall healthcare costs, ready seeing this and were al-
according to Modern Health- ready focusing on Medicare
care’s website. annual wellness visits to make
sure our patients] get all their
That’s a tall order for anyone, preventative measures. We
but Dr. Cassi Jones and Dr. Mi- were trained that way.”
ciara Hernandez, along with
family nurse practitioner Tam- Maybe no one looks forward
sin Blanchard, are taking on to the list Hernandez then
the challenge at their practice rattles off, including colonos-
across the street from the Se- copies, mammograms, PAP
bastian River Medical Center. smears, rectal exams and pros-
tate cancer screenings includ-
Today, their field is absolute- ed in those AWVs, but the cold
ly jam-packed with acronyms hard facts are that those tests
most people wouldn’t recog- do save lives, as well as billions of dol-
nize if their lives depended on lars, by finding diseases earlier rather
it. And, as it happens, in many cases than later.
their lives might well depend on it. Jones adds, “I would say the only

That alphabet soup includes AWVs
(annual wellness visits); EMRs (elec-

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thing that’s different for the patient now er poses a problem, these primary care
is, before, you could have your annu- doctors know it immediately. And so will
al wellness visit kind of mixed in with the specialists.
one of your regular follow-ups on blood
pressure [or other chronic conditions], Today, as Jones puts it, the EMRs “will
whereas now, an annual wellness visit is basically flash and tell you when you’re
a separate visit where we do most of your prescribing a drug how many interac-
preventative screenings and get caught tions there are. And you can even click
up on all your records.” the button and it will tell you the severity
and exactly what the interaction is.”
With the exception of the actual pri-
mary care provider, those shot and other Warfarin, for example, taken with ac-
medical “records” have become another etaminophen, can be fatal; so can Clar-
lynchpin in modern healthcare. ithromycin taken with calcium-channel
blockers.
President Barack Obama’s Afford-
able Care Act mandated the switch from That also applies to any number
paper to electronic medical records, of over-the-counter supplements pa-
or EMRs. That single move has proba- tients may be taking. Supplements
bly saved more lives than anyone ever can often radically dilute the effects
imagined at the time. As early as 2004, of a prescribed medication or worse.
Dr. Dennis Saver of Primary Care of the St. John’s Wort, for instance, can have
Treasure Coast noted that through elec- mild-to-devastating effects when taken
tronic medical records, a simple key- with any one of at least a dozen different
stroke could “show me all my patients prescription drugs.
who have diabetes who are taking a
certain medication.” Saver then added, That’s why Jones, Hernandez and
“That’s basically impossible with paper Blanchard insist on updating every pa-
charts.” tient’s records on every drug or supple-
ment being taken on every visit.
Today the capabilities of EMRs have
grown exponentially. And the rest of that alphabet soup? The
Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthoriza-
Physicians like Hernandez and Jones tion Act or MACRA went into effect just
can now, almost instantly, spot po- this year. It transitioned away from the
tentially dangerous drug interactions. old fee-for-service (FFS) approach with
When one specialists prescribes drug the aim of incentivizing healthcare pro-
A for one of their patients while anoth- viders to deliver lower-cost care.
er already has that same patient taking
drug B and taking both A and B togeth- Jones, Hernandez and Blanchard col-
lectively say they are “all in” on helping
to provide better care at a lower cost. 

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AFFORDABLE Spacious pool home in
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ny master bath with his-and-hers vanities, a model and is ideal for the Florida lifestyle.
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For Kay Rodriguez, agent for Lang Realty, tached spa,” she said. “Why not sit in the
the Arlington floor-plan home shows like a
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TRADITION AND ST. LUCIE WEST REAL ESTATE SALES

TOP SALES OF THE WEEK

An extremely slow week on the regional real estate front saw only three single-family residenc-
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The top sale of the week in Port St. Lucie was the home at 5828 NW Gillespie Avenue. First
listed in June for $275,000, this 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 2,124-square-foot house sold for
$255,000 on Sept. 6.
The next-best sale was the residence at 7017 Torrey Pines Circle. Originally on the market for
$205,000 in June, the 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 1,510-square-foot house sold for $190,000 on
Sept. 5.

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PORT SAINT LUCIE 5828 NW GILLESPIE AVENUE 6/20/2017 $275,000 9/6/2017 $255,000

PORT SAINT LUCIE 7017 TORREY PINES CIRCLE 4/5/2017 $205,000 9/5/2017 $190,000

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7017 Torrey Pines Circle, Port Saint Lucie 1385 NW Leonardo Circle, Port Saint Lucie

Listing Date: 4/5/2017 Listing Date: 2/8/2017
Original Price: $205,000 Original Price: $229,800
Sold: 9/5/2017 Sold: 9/6/2017
Selling Price: $190,000 Selling Price: $190,000
Listing Agent: John Slivon Listing Agent: James Rupprecht

Selling Agent: Bowen Realty, Inc./PSL Selling Agent: Coldwell Banker/ Res. Real Est

Donald Baetzold James Rupprecht

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Listing Date: 6/7/2017 Listing Date: 7/15/2017
Original Price: $319,900 Original Price: $299,000
Sold: $295,000 Sold: $280,000
Selling Price: 8/31/2017 Selling Price: 8/29/2017
Listing Agent: Cesar Trujillo Listing Agent: Elise Danielian

Selling Agent: Keller Williams Realty of PSL Selling Agent: Lang Realty

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1 Hopefully, you’ve made it
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lowing events could have been
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Billboard calls country
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Brad Paisley. Stuart’s StarStruck Theatre will host this year’s Treasure Coast’s Got Talent competition this Saturday. PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE STARSTRUCK THEATRE

Paisley hit the country music BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer ans and talents I haven’t even thought of. Star, ages 16-21; and Adult Stars for ages 22
scene in 1999 with his smash [email protected] The 7th annual event takes place Sat- and older. Contestants were chosen by au-
debut album “Who Needs dition and one winner from each category
Pictures.” Since then, he has You never know what you’ll see at the urday at the StarStruck Theatre in Stuart will win $100 plus $25 toward StarStruck
three Grammys, 14 Academy “Treasure Coast’s Got Talent?” competi- and contestants of all ages will compete classes and two tickets to their upcoming
of Country Music Awards, 14 tion. There could be singers, dancers, mu- in age-specific categories from Child Star,
sicians, magicians, ventriloquists, comedi- ages 5-9; Rising Star, ages 10-15; Shooting CONTINUED ON PAGE B6
CONTINUED ON PAGE B11

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They wear it well – thanks to Riverside’s costumier

BY SHELLEY KOPPEL | Staff Writer Ann Hillbery designed the costumes for several of last season’s plays at Riverside, including “Freud’s Last Session.” PHOTO COURTESY OF HOLLY PORCH
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the show and the characters, what he was envisioning. and pull out options. For this show, we are trying to stay
When you go to the theater, the costumes help il- We discussed ideas and came up with a color palette within the world the book has the characters in, with
luminate the characters and give texture and depth and look for the show together. Then I go to our stock the same shapes and color palette.”
to them. At Vero Beach’s Riverside Theatre, managing and try to pull things I think could work. I put it on a
the costume shop is a full-time job and the bailiwick of rack and we’ll walk through the rack together and edit it I had heard rumors that there will be a dragon in the
Anna Hillbery, who oversees three stitcher/dressers, a
cutter/draper, volunteers and about 1,000 pieces of cos- CONTINUED ON PAGE B4
tume stock. This season, Hillbery will work with cos-
tume designers on several shows and design the cos-
tumes herself for “Lombardi” and “Buyer and Seller,”
as well as for the Riverside Theatricals’ production of
“Leo: A Ghost Story.”

When someone else is the designer, Hillbery works
with him or her on fittings, taking notes and helping to
pin. She also assists in the shop with alterations. Some
of the costumes come from stock and some are rentals.

“We do rent a lot of costumes,” she said. “It’s up to the
designer. I pull the costumes they want and shop and
purchase other pieces. There’s a lot of shopping. If some-
thing can’t be purchased or found, we will build it.”

Hillbery said that rentals for theatrical purposes can
be altered, but not permanently. That means no cutting
and careful pinning. Many rental houses require that
the alternations be reversed before the garments are
returned.

For “Leo,” a children’s show that will be presented in
October, Hillbery met with Riverside’s music director,
Ken Clifton, who is writing the show.

“Ken and I got together and he went through the
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CASEY N SPAZ: COMEDY FOR THE STORM-WEARY

BY PATRICK McCALLISTER | Correspondent Festival, will also perform. there six years.”
The show will start at 8:30 p.m. Tickets
There was nothing funny about Hurri- He added, “We had
cane Irma approaching. Unless you were are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. The
Michael “Spaz” McGoorty and Casey Pe- popcorn will be free. 15, 20 comedians. We
ruski, better known as Casey N Spaz Com-
edy. Both McGoorty and Peruski have been did a weekly show.”
entertainers throughout their lives. Mc-
“You know it’s an emergency when your Goorty started on a different stage. One thing led to
first thought is to go to (the liquor store) to
load up,” Peruski said. “I went rock ’n’ roll, and he went come- another, and the Sun-
dy,” McGoorty said.
On the upside, hurricanes help us dis- rise Theatre got in
cover new uses for peanut butter. The pair are relatives. McGoorty is Pe-
ruski’s uncle. Peruski made the more se- touch with the pair to
“Peanut butter and vodka?” Peruski pro- rious study of comedy, but said McGoorty
posed. “Let’s do this.” has a natural knack for it. start a regular come-

Seriously, if you’re feeling hurricane About nine years ago, the pair decided dy program there.
stress, Casey N Spaz Comedy has a show to team up and started a sort of comedy
coming up on Saturday, Sept. 23, at the troupe at a St. Lucie West restaurant. “God bless you, St.
Sunrise Theatre, 117 S. 2nd St., Fort Pierce.
Philadelphia Plowden from “America’s Got “They had an (entertainment) open- Lucie West,” Peruski
Talent” will headline the show. Devin Sei- ing and we were asked to come and
bold, who recently won the Boston Comedy help,” McGoorty said. “Next thing you said. He said many
know, we were running it and we were
of the Port St. Lucie

restaurant fans fol-

lowed them to the

Fort Pierce theater to Casey Peruski and Michael “Spaz” McGoorty will play the Sunrise Theatre on Sept. 23.

keep hearing local co-

medians. Coast gained one of its most iconic sym-

Which brings up the question, what’s bols. He said marine life migrates much

funny about living in Port St. Lucie and the more thoughtfully than we give it credit

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a dawdling Lamborghini. are,” Peruski said. “‘These old people aren’t

“I see some of the nicest cars in the world going to get us.’”

and I’m in my piece of crap car yelling at Along with producing comedy shows at

them to hurry along,” Peruski said. Sunrise and other local venues, Casey N

LivTueNeiMgshdutassyi!c Or, you can forever follow that car – in Spaz do a number of fundraisers. The pair

circles. recently did a show to help the Treasure

“How about the roundabouts?” Peruski Coast Food Bank promote September as

said. “We’ve got lost people circling around Hunger Action Month.

the roundabouts.” More about Casey N Spaz is at www.cn-

Peruski said he knows how the Treasure scomedy.com. 

WE ARE OPEN AFTER THE STORM!! ANNA HILLBERY Beach and worked in and around the cos-
tume shops at a number of theaters. She
327 SE Port St. Lucie Blvd. CONTINUED FROM PAGE B2 became costume shop manager at the
Maltz Jupiter Theatre, but it was seasonal
Our sign is temporarily down, but we are on the NE corner of show and Hillbery confirmed it. and she tired of traveling north for summer
PSL Blvd and Airoso Blvd in the Lakeside Shopping Center. “There is a dragon and it involves four stock. She wanted a full-time job.

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lEft at Port st. luciE Blvd. to just Past airoso Blvd son. She has designed “Over the River,”
Working with costumes has been a long- “Freud’s Last Session, “The Christians” and
on lEft in lakEsidE shoPPinG cEntEr time dream for Hillbery. others shows. She loves working with other
designers.
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ratings and went to the state competition ent process and you learn what works and
in Tampa. The dean of my college offered what doesn’t.”
me a scholarship in costume design.”
With 1,000 pieces in stock, Hillbery tries
The school was the Florida School of the to use what she has. She might dye a shirt
Arts and Hillbery, who didn’t even know you or add trim or a collar to a dress.
could study costume design, was immersed
in it for two years. After graduation, she flew “Our stock is constantly growing,” she
to New York and never stopped working. said. “Everything we purchase goes into
stock. It’s about using the budget wisely
Her first job was at a small summer stock and putting money where it should go. It
theater, where she was costume designer takes a small army and I have volunteers
and costume shop manager. “It was kind of who do labeling, steaming and ironing
a boot camp,” Hillbery said. and sewing on buttons. We’re always
grateful for help that allows us to run
Hillbery interned for a year at the around and do everything else.” 
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‘GOT TALENT?’ professional stage and work with a direc- one of the most prestigious theater pro- lawyers and agents. It was a really excit-
tor and technical staff. Even though it’s grams in the country. I did several sto- ing way to start his senior year. He’s so
CONTINUED FROM PAGE B1 a competition, when they’re backstage, ries about Kevin, including his trip last diligent. He played a character who was
they’re so friendly. They’re not only in it summer to California to study film tech- a baseball player so he worked with a top
production of “Cats.” The final winner, to win it. It’s a friendly, warm atmosphere niques and network. The networking paid training guy and worked out three hours
chosen by the audience, will receive an and my favorite thing.” off. For the past eight months, Kevin has a day. The character spends time in jail, so
additional $500. been sending audition tapes to a manager he interviewed people about that. (To top
This year’s judges are Karin Leone of he met last summer and he recently got a it off) Sofia Vergara’s niece played his love
Jennifer Jones, owner and artistic di- the Lyric Theatre, Pete Morello, a dancer call that he had a movie job. The movie is interest.”
rector of StarStruck Theatre and Academy, and gymnast, and Jason Carr from 101.3 “Stano” and is an indie film starring Joe
said that each year of the competition has radio. “What’s nice to note is that is the Manganiello of “Magic Mike” fame. Kevin Keep your eyes on this space and that
its own identity. seventh year,” Jones said. “It’s great, great plays the younger version of Manganiello’s name. Kevin Paul. He has a future.
fun and a night for the community, cheer- character. The producers hope to get the
“It’s a little different because of the ing people on that you don’t necessarily film into the Sundance Film Festival. Treasure Coast’s Got Talent? takes place
acts,” she said. “Last year, we had 15 com- see on stage. It’s not just for kids.” at StarStuck Theatre, 2101 S. Kanner High-
pete and 52 acts auditioned. I love that we “He was there for five days to film and way, Stuart, Sept. 16 at 7 p.m. For tickets
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lot more than dogs. So I was prepared for was glad she spoke up first. dog anyway. So I found my Forever Family. love! It’s nice an warm, and I have a pair
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myself to be Courteous and Tactful No “Let’s sit down and you can tell me what “My litter name was Pretty Girl, which I dog-walkers in Riverview Park give me lot-
Matter What. you wanna know.” And off she trotted on thought sounded like a parakeet, so I was sa pats same as my Jersey frens! An me an
those long legs, moved like a racehorse, relieved when Mom and Dad named me my neighbor Hubble have lotsa fun! He’s
Julie’s Mom opened the door, all nice the pompom on the tip of her tail bounc- Julie, cuz I was born in July, an Jewel cuz a Part Poo. I like tennis balls, too, but not
and smiley. Peeping out from behind her ing. “Get hold of yourself, Dog!” I told my- I’m a jewel to them. Isn’t that so sweet?” canned, only fresh, like Penn. Me an Dad
was Julie: pretty as anything, smaller than self sternly. play catch every day at 3 p.m.
I’d expected, short curly black hair, sparkly “It sure is.”
eyes, a little dusting of white on her nose. After she’d introduced me to her Mom “Mom and Dad brought me home two “Any food favorites?”
Woof! and Dad, Joann an Don, I asked, “How did days before Christmas, and they had a “Oh, woof, yes! ROMAINE! Those
you get your forever Family, Miss Julie?” buncha family over. I was so shy that I’d crunchy end parts. An ice CREAM! Since
“Um ... Yes … Err …” I mumbled. Julie just curl up in my crate and shake. My hu- I’ve gotten older, I’ve broadened my cu-
stepped out from behind her Mom and In between trotting over to give my As- man sister Helen’s huzbun Mark hadda linary horizons. Now I also enjoy green
gave a soft growl. Her Mom patted her sistant frenly slurps, Miss Julie told her crawl in my crate an gently drag me out. beans, CELLry, apples an zooKEEnee.
head and told her I was OK, that I was the story. Thank Lassie I outgrew my shyness. An my Even when I’m nappin’ in the other
reporter who was gonna do her story. crate. room, I can hear Mom opening the bag
“I was born in 2008 in Brick Township, “Pretty soon I got stuff figured out: I an I come zoomin’ into the kitchen. Since
“Oh! Well OK then! Hello, Mr. Bonzo! I New Jersey. My Mom and Dad were Show became an old hand at ridin’ the Cape we’re in Florida, I insist on ice cubes in
wasn’t sure it was you. I thought you’d be Dogs, so I’m a purebred, but I’m not regis- May-Lewes Ferry. I’d sit on deck an watch my water.
more, well, more …” tered cuz I wasn’t what humans call Show the bouncy water. I could even zoom up an “I know Mom an Dad’s rouTINE and
Quality. I was what they call A Leftover.” down the open ferry stairs without bein’ I only tap ’em on the arm when they’re
“Coherent?” I said, feeling like Doof of scared one bit. (’Cept that first time, when sleepin’ if I hafta go Do My Doodie. I like
the Year. “Sorry about that. It’s a pleasure. “Oh, for Lassie’s Sake!” I exclaimed. Dad was in back pushin’ my caboose and to sit on Mom’s or Dad’s lap to snuggle,
It’s just that I was expecting someone a lit- “Ackshully, it worked out great: I was 5 Mom was in front pullin’ the rest of me.) usually on Monday or when I feel Under
tle, um, bigger. Not so, um …” months old and on sale at a bargain price. “Akshully, NOTHING scares me ’cept the Weather. I’ve got the best Mom an Dad
My human Mom and Dad were between Diesel Trucks. I hafta have a special leash ever.”
Poodles cuz their other Poodle, Molly, had so, if I freak out, I won’t pull Mom or Dad Heading home I was thinkin’ about,
gone to Dog Heaven. The top dogs in my over. It gives me the Utter Willies just well, pretty much about, mostly about –
litter were already sold. I was the last one. thinkin’ about Diesel Trucks. Miss Julie. Sigh.
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CONTINUED FROM PAGE B1 It seems the Ashley Maureen Cosmet- runs through Oct. 8. one should fill the bill: A pair of hot,
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weatherworn 13 Scary 1978 abbr.
5 Burns on 82 One of Richelieu’s
M*A*S*H, e.g. 76 Cooper’s tool sequel,
77 At the ___ a hat Damien—___ titles, in French
8 Lucite layer 79 Sign on a Hertz 14 Gift for a 85 Runs
12 ___ Raton mechanic dad? 86 Hairy prefix
16 A handful, maybe truck 15 Unalaska denizen 87 Petropartnership,
17 Jerk’s work 81 Put through a 17 A slave, not a
18 A fairy-tale wave briefly
kitchen device 19 Megaflop 88 Russian city
beginning 83 “___ Buttermilk 20 Renamed oil co. 91 Loch of song
19 Cow or sow 22 Cigarette brand 92 Wrinkle
21 Gift for a dad Sky” 23 Smear on the 96 From ___ stern
84 Gift for a Crisco 98 “___ the money,
who’s a British 28 Treasure of Sierra
sports fan? bodybuilding dad? Madre author B. two ...”
24 Peaceful women, 89 Coal product ___ 99 “O woe ___!”
perhaps 90 Last syllable of a 29 That bleeping 100 Coliseums (Latin
25 1988 Olympics droid
site word 30 Big Stuf cookie plural)
26 Outback critter 93 Act introducer 31 Host who’s into 101 Feel like ___
27 Containing tin 94 Lunch time funny headlines
29 Gift for a 95 Tie or track 32 Not quite right again
firefighting dad? 97 Discotheque 33 Lanai 102 Chocoholic’s bean
34 As ___ say 38 Song syllable 104 Edged (out)
(implying) description 40 Counting 105 Dutch cheeses
35 Like many silent 99 Vacation bookings everything 106 Kid on My Three
comedies 101 Money mkt., e.g. 41 Jewish festival
36 Big movie-biz 103 Gift for an auto- 42 Enzyme ending Sons
union 44 Down, a spa; up, 107 Rowan and
37 When Aïda dies racing dad? artless
39 Retreat for dad 108 Scrolled Japanese 46 Peat and Spanish Marino
40 Make ___ (fly 47 Thinks 109 Fannie and
over) wall hanging 49 Rapturous rhyme
43 Actor Howard 110 Island neckwear 50 Perch for the Ginnie, e.g.
45 “Super” film size 111 Daytime soap undecided 114 Ironic
48 Gift for a poker- 112 O’Neill title word 51 Bear market 115 Bob or Tom?
playing dad? 113 Gift for an actor frenzy 116 Bounce
52 Tree-lined st. 54 Org. that pads its 117 Speechlessness
53 Pear variety dad? membership? 118 See 65 Down
55 Marina ___, Calif. 119 Went quickly 57 House debt
56 Warming 120 Mr. Rubik 58 “___ Rainbow” JUST A SUPER GUY By Merl Reagle
phenomenon in 121 Author Kingsley 60 Nova Scotia, once
the Pacific 122 Music Man state 61 Gift for a hotel FREE
59 Hubbub 123 Goldilocks met clerk dad? Under
60 “Well, ___ the 62 Intro to bat or Cabinet
lucky one!” tres of them phobia Lighting
62 Actress Valli of 124 Color man? 64 Something to waft VALID THRU 10/31/17
Third Man fame 125 “Prufrock” penner: over me
63 Case for a 65 Agent 86
lawyer? inits. 67 Popular lab
65 Mr. Peepers 126 Acme bacillus
taught 68 Surveyor’s aide
it: abbr. DOWN 69 Logic
66 Gift for an 1 Mark McGwire’s 72 Hee or vee
astronomer dad? preceder
70 These, to Yves alma mater 75 “___ Bones”
71 Maker of Chatty 2 Hard-to-climb hill 78 Like Humpty
Cathy 3 Cherbourg chum
4 Cartoon magpie
5 The Bates, e.g.
6 Loser to Dwight

twice
7 ___ alai
8 Spotlight sharer,

in a way
9 With bread as a

bed
10 Great one

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THE ABNORMAL IS HARD TO EXECUTE NORTH
KQ74
Cory Doctorow, a Canadian-British blogger, journalist and science fiction author, wrote, WEST 8652 EAST
“Abnormal is so common, it’s practically normal.” A2 KQJ 83
K3 K3 A74
At the bridge table, the abnormal happens rarely, and most of the time it is missed, 10 8 7 4 2 965
especially on defense. It is hard to make a play that would normally be suicidal but is the Q J 10 6 SOUTH 97542
only winner on a given deal. J 10 9 6 5
Q J 10 9
How should West analyze this layout? South is in four spades. West leads the club A3
queen. South wins with his ace and plays a low trump. From where should West hope A8
to find four tricks?
Dealer: South; Vulnerable: Both
North’s Jacoby Forcing Raise showed four-plus trumps and at least game-forcing
values. South, with a minimum opening bid and no short suit, jumped to game. The Bidding:

Most defenders sitting West would immediately play second hand low at trick two. SOUTH WEST NORTH EAST OPENING
Then, though, declarer would win on the board and lead another trump. He would lose 1 Spades Pass 2 NT Pass
only one spade and two hearts. 4 Spades Pass Pass Pass LEAD:
Q Spades
When the dummy appears, the defenders should ask for a timeout so that they can
analyze the deal. Here, West can see two defensive tricks: his spade ace and heart
king. He should next count the high-card points. He has 10, and dummy holds 14. That
leaves 16 for the other two players. East can have just one high card. Which one would
be useful?

Only the heart ace. West must win the second trick and shift to the heart king. Here,
that works perfectly; the defenders take the spade ace, two top hearts and a heart ruff.
But if it turned out that South had the heart ace, this play would cost only an overtrick.

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PRE-SHOT ROUTINE: MAXIMIZE THOSE 45 SECONDS TILL LIFTOFF

To become a better player you must 1. First determine the effective dis- green. Plan your strategy for the shot, Kevin’s
develop a consistent, repeatable pre- tance the shot must travel and deter- middle of the green, avoiding bunkers, Kures
shot routine that is fundamentally mine the best shot to execute. Off the etc. Then obviously select the club to
sound. tee, of course, determine the best drive accomplish your goal for the shot. 7. Make sure your knees, hips, fore-
to hit and move to the proper side of the arms and shoulders are all positioned
After all, in many ways what you do tee to best fit that shot into the fairway; 2. Next, begin from behind the ball, parallel to the bodyline.
and think the 45 seconds prior to exe- left side of the tee for a draw, right side where you will visualize and create the
cuting each shot will determine the fate of the tee for a fade. On approach shots shot, along with picking up the target 8. To reduce tension and a static
of that given golf shot. into the green, begin with the yardage line and finding an intermediate tar- start, you should waggle the club 2-3
of the shot, factoring hole location, get line (a divot, broken tee, discolored times, moving your feet to correspond
I recommend the following eight- wind, lie and surface conditions of the piece of turf) that is no farther than one to the waggle, helping promote rhythm
step pre-shot routine for all full-swing club length in front of the ball. and lightness on your feet, and look-
shots: ing at the target 2 more times. Pause
3. You should approach the ball from slightly, and then go ahead and pull
Tourney at PGA to benefit kids’ charities the left side, positioning your eyes par- the trigger!
allel to the target line. When your eyes
The 7th Annual Treasure Coast Players will enjoy a pre-tournament become accustomed to this slightly un- Kevin Perkins is a PGA Master Pro-
Charities Classic Golf Tournament box lunch, a post-tournament BBQ, natural position (usually in one to two fessional. He operates his Golf Academy
will be held on the prestigious Wana- awards ceremony, door prizes, and seconds), place the clubhead behind at The Evergreen Club, has hosted and
maker Course at the PGA Golf Club an exciting silent auction for golf the ball square to the target line. The produced his own television and radio
in Port St. Lucie on Saturday, Oct. 28. foursomes to many of the area’s fin- vertical lines on the clubface are the shows, and has authored the golf in-
The tournament is presented by the est golf courses. best way to sight the face to the line. structional book “Golf Everyone,” pub-
Port St. Lucie Sunset Rotary Club. You can also use the leading edge of the lished by Hunter Textbooks. Perkins may
The event also includes hole-in- clubface, which will be perpendicular be reached at 561-301-3783. Email: dk-
“We are really excited to announce one, putting, longest drive and clos- to the line as a way of a double check. [email protected] or visit his website at
that this year’s tournament will ben- est-to-the-pin contests. Cost to play With your woods, use the writing on www.kevinperkinsgolfacademy.com. 
efit The First Tee of the Treasure is $150 per person or $600 per four- the top of the club, placing the line
Coast and the Boys & Girls Club of some. again parallel to the target line.
St. Lucie County,” PSL Sunset Rotary
Club President Jeannette Weiss said. To register online, visit to www.PSL 4. Place your right foot at right angles
SunsetRotary.com. to the target line, using your clubface,
“One of the Rotary’s missions is intermediate target and target line for
to help make children’s lives better. Sponsors are still needed for the reference.
Both of these organizations are heav- events and tee signs are still available
ily invested in helping kids in our at only $100 each. To sponsor the event, 5. Place your left foot in position
community through their programs call Jeannette Weiss at 772-380-2225. forming a line with your right foot, par-
and services.” allel to your target line. A good visual
To purchase a $100 tee sign or to picture is that you are standing astride
Registration will begin at 11:30 donate a silent auction item, contact to a railroad track.
a.m. with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Jack Lutz at 772-467-1300 ext. 132. 
6. Adjust the right foot to facilitate
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