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3D Arm Team Leader Speaks At Stuart Rotary May Luncheon

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Jensen Beach — Remember not too long ago (March) when Robert Downey, Jr presented a new arm to a 6 year old little guy from Orlando?

Since last summer twenty-two countries have contacted the team of engineering students at the University of Central Florida for more information of the 3D printer process making low coast prosthesys limbs a reality.

Tyler Petresky, Director of Resource Management for Limitless Solution and a sophomore majoring in computer engineering one of the leaders based at UCF spoke to members of the Stuart Rotary at the Dolphin Bar Wednesday.

Out2News.comSince then, the team has consulted on several dozen cases around the world via Skype and email. We have custom designed two hands and an arm, and in one case three team members drove straight through the night to Virginia so 7-year-old Madelyn Rebsamen could have her arm by Thanksgiving morning. They are also working on a 4.0 version of an arm with a more functional elbow to give Alex just in time for Christmas.

The busy team members often ask each other what day of the week it is and joke that sleep is “overrated.” Seeing the face of the children and their parents when the children receive an arm makes the long hours and hustle worth it, they say.

The team is now part of a League of Universities and Institutions that has pledged to share the knowledge to help their local communities. Some of the members include: Liberty University, Rochester Institute of Technology, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Miami Children’s Hospital, University of Southern California, University of Pennsylvania, Humanitarian Prosthetists and Orthotists, JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute and Cleveland State University.

Meanwhile, team members at UCF continue to answer emails and troubleshoot with other volunteers – some professional, some students – across the country who have reached out for help

When the team receives an email the members first try to reach out to their partners to see if anyone is closer to the person asking for help. That’s the best-case scenario, said Tyler Petresky. If the team members can, they make the connection and move onto the next name on their list. In some cases, there is no one else and the team starts reviewing the situation and seeing what they can do and how quickly.

Click here for more information on the web at www.3dhope.com

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Loblolly Golf Club Hosts 2015 Habitat Charity Golf Classic

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Stuart, FL April 16, 2015 – A single round of golf can helped build homes, communities and hope thanks to the Second Annual Habitat Charity Golf Classic presented by the First Tee Foundation of the Treasure Coast, the Roy A. Hunt Foundation and the PGA Foundation Section on Wednesday.

The tournament will take place at the prestigious Loblolly Golf Club, in Hobe sound.

“We are thrilled to be able to offer Habitat supporters the opportunity to play at Loblolly,” said Margot Graff, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Martin County. “With fantastic partners like the First Tee of the Treasure Coast, the Roy A. Hunt Foundation and the PGA Foundation, not to mention the exclusivity that comes with the pristine Loblolly course, this has certainly been an exciting day. It was just another chance for us to showcase our affiliate and bring people together to build homes, communities and hope.”

Special recognition goes to tournament sponsors, The First Tee of the Treasure Coast; Roy A. Hunt Foundation, Seacoast National Bank; Seaside Bank, Hooks Construction, South Florida Orthopedics & Sports Medicine, F&D Wilberding, Inc. and Palm City Nursing.

Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity of Martin County brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. Since its inception as a not-for-profit organization in 1986, Habitat has built 107 homes in Hobe Sound, Indiantown, Jensen Beach, Port Salerno and Stuart. Learn more at HabitatMartin.org or call 772-223-9940.

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Martin County Residents Get Their Say

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Stuart — Stuart City Hall is packed with concerned citizens who are opposed to the proposed All Aboard Florida project. Overflowing out into the hallway.

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19th Annual Taste of Martin County

Winners Announced

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In photo: Chef Mark Muller serves the crowd at the 2015 Taste of Martin County

STUART, FL – The 19th Annual Taste of Martin County took place on April 14 at Memorial Park in Downtown Stuart. Local chefs competed for a prestigious title in one of The Taste’s seven award categories.

The 2015 winners included The Gafford, The Chef’s Table, Sandhill Cove, The Twisted Tuna, Cabo Flats, and Spoto’s Oyster Bar.

The Gafford, a sophisticated bistro offering high-end American food in an inviting setting, was awarded the “Best Appetizer” and “Best Soup” prizes. The Gafford is located on Flagler Avenue in Downtown Stuart.

The Chef’s Table was named the “Best Salad.” They are located on East Ocean Boulevard in Stuart and offer fine dining and wine parings.

“Best Presentation” was awarded to The Twisted Tuna, a waterfront seafood restaurant in Port Salerno.

The chef at Sandhill Cove presented the award wining entrée, braised short rib grilled cheese with duck fat French fries. Sandhill Cove is a retirement living community in Palm City.

Cabo Flats Cantina & Tequila Bar, located on US1 in Stuart, took home the prize for “Best Beverage.” The Mexican restaurant is famous for their margaritas.

“Best Dessert” was awarded to Downtown Stuart’s Spoto’s Oyster Bar for their cheesecake tartlet.

The Taste was presented by Fox, Wackeen, Dungey, Beard, Bush, Goldman, Kilbride, Waters & McCluskey, LLP. All proceeds benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach & Martin Counties.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach & Martin Counties provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.

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2015 SAILFISH REGATTA

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Stuart — The Stuart Sailfish Regatta is established to promote and stimulate local charitable organizations, the local economy and to raise environmental awareness. We achieve these goals through collaborative community efforts to conduct sanctioned boat races and by attracting tourism to the Treasure Coast.

The fourth annual Stuart Sailfish Regatta made waves off of the Stuart Causeway this weekend making for an exciting weekend with hydroplanes, race boats and powerboats competing for prize money and bragging rights.

Organizers planned a weekend of speed, excitement and community involvement. With increased attendance and sponsorship support, SSR will be able to increase their support of the designated charities, the Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast and the US Sailing Center of Martin County.

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Martin County High School’s Spring Concert

Featuring OPUS and Concert Choir

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Stuart — Beautiful music was performed this evening by the award-winning OPUS (Outstanding People United to Sing) Choir and the Concert Choir under the direction of Shane Thomas.

This evening was Senior solo night and solo performances wereperformed for the last tiome by all seniors.

The Ronald L. Corbin Scholarship was awarded to Savannah Webber.

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2015 Class 18 Martin Youth Leadership Graduates 37

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Palm City – Martin Youth Leadership held their annual graduation lunch at Martin Downs Golf Club today with insightful address by Judge Levin leading off the program.

Martin Youth LEADERship is an exciting, education program designed for sophomores and juniors from local high schools to learn about the diversity and complexities of our community, while developing their leadership skills. This is accomplished through participation in a nine-month, structured, experiential program that meets one day each month.

Our members include businesses of all sizes and sectors—from large Fortune 500 companies to home-based, one-person operations. In fact, 96% of our membership encompasses businesses with fewer than 50 employees.

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STUART WOMEN’S CLUB PROTEST AT STOP THE CHOO CHOO

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IN PHOTO : THE Woman’s Club of Stuart’s fine members at STOP TRAIN RALLY

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Pipers Landing Hosts Palm City Chamber Of Commerce

2015 Golf Tournament

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In photo: Mighty thirsty day on that course

Palm City – Embrace Florida as it’s meant to be…in a place known for its elegant, yet unpretentious lifestyle. A sanctuary where tropical breezes and vibrant sunsets are part of the daily routine.

A private community, Piper’s Landing Yacht & Country Club provides all the amenities you’d expect from a luxury country club in a neighborhood with only 302 residences, nestled among 600 acres of lush, natural preserve areas.

Enjoy your golf game amidst the stunning landscape. Set sail from the calm waters of our naturally protected yacht basin to the Atlantic Ocean. Or challenge your hand on our impeccably maintained Har-Tru® tennis courts.

Experience a lifestyle you thought no longer existed in Florida. We invite you to discover what makes Piper’s Landing so special to those who live and play here.

The Mission of the Palm City Chamber is “To serve as the principle advocate of the community and its businesses, acting as the catalyst in promoting the economic development of the Palm City area, stimulating jobs and improving the quality of life.”

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Art, Music & Goodwill Auction Benefit School Programs

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Jensen Beach — Art, Music & Goodwill Auction, a student concert and Chinese style auction fundraiser to support art programs in local Jensen Beach schools, will took place Tuesday.

The public was invited to see students from Jensen Beach Elementary School, Felix A. Williams Elementary School, Stuart Middle School and Jensen Beach High School provide non-stop live entertainment on the Martin County Stage. Performances included choral groups and instrumental groups. There was also be a student art exhibit.

Jensen Beach Chamber of Commerce member businesses have donated hundreds of items for the Chinese style auction valued at over $10,000. The event has raised over $13,000 over the past three-years and all proceeds are split evenly between the four participating schools art programs.

The event is presented by The Entrepreneurship Foundation, Inc., a 501c3 nonprofit charitable organization and supported by the Jensen Beach Chamber of Commerce. Event sponsors include the Jensen Beach Chamber of Commerce, Hometown News and 101.3 fm The Coast.

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Eagle Marsh Golf Club Hosts

April “Women’s Power Lunch”

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In photo: Women’s Power Lunch newbie’s for April and of course we l;ook forward to seeing you and them next month

Jensen Beach -– The Women’s Power Lunch, started by Anne Thompson Schafer, celebrating their 15th year of connecting powerful women in business has returned to Eagle Marsh Country Club.

Conveniently located at the Eagle Marsh Golf Club, right off Jensen Beach Blvd. in Jensen Beach, the heart of the Treasure Coast of South Florida. Their facilities are available for lunch, banquets, functions, special occasions, meetings, events & much more.

Whether you are planning a birthday, anniversary, organizational luncheon, club gathering or even a wedding, the banquet hall at the Eagle’s Nest offers you a great alternative to the norm. Consider us for your next event, meeting or party.

Schafer says of the groups’ members; “You have made the Power Lunch what it has become, and what it will grow to be! Be who you are, present a message, and join in! This is a ladies’ group that provides networking and support, the two basic elements that make it the huge success it is today!”

What began as an afternoon luncheon for ten friends, has grown into a calling list of over three hundred women, and an attendance of over one hundred women at the monthly luncheons. Anne Schafer, the founder of the Ladies Power Lunch, attributes the success of the group to great networking and support for one another!

The energy that they all have is wonderful! The friendship and service given is awesome! As they go into their tenth year they look forward to many new friendships, togetherness, much laughter, meeting and greeting many, more women of interest ………….” we have much to be thankful for!”

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Kiwanis Celebrates Groundbreaking

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Stuart — Groundbreaking for a new all inclusive playground was held at Kiwanis Park Thrsday mrning.

$200,000 has been raised for the barrier free playground, which is anticipated to be completed for a ribbon cutting following the Memorial Day parade on May 25th.

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Marvin S. Cone 29th Annual High School Juried

Art Show Awards Announced

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In photo: (shown left to right) Bob Kilbride (Arts Council Board member, Sponsor), Casey Witte (Best of Show Winner 2015, Martin County High School Student), Tom Prestopnik (Exhibit Chair), Karen Barnes (Sponsor)

April 30, 2015, STUART, FL – The Arts Council is proud to announce the award recipients for the Marvin S. Cone 29th Annual High School Juried Art Show. These awards recognize the artistic talents of our high school students and were presented on Thursday, April 23, at the Court House Cultural Center.

The works will be on exhibit at the Court House Cultural Center Gallery Tuesdays through Fridays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The show continues through Saturday, May 23, 2015.

Reactions to the exhibit from education leaders in our community:

“Each year the High School Juried Art show reveals the surface of the talent pool found in Martin County. The messages in the submissions show the passion of our young adults. While I get to enjoy student art every day on my campus, the general public can only get a glimpse of the students’ creative depth in this show. “

David Hall, Principal South Fork High School

“The Pine School was absolutely thrilled with the awards and recognitions that our students and other local students received in the HS Juried Art Show. It is a testament to their talent as well as to the strength and growth of the arts programs in our local high schools and the growth of support for those programs in Martin County. For many students, this is the first time they have taken part in the excitement and prestige of a real gallery experience and I am honored to be part of this great annual event with them.”

Phyllis Parker, Head of School, The Pine School

“Truly one of my favorite events showcasing our student’s visual artistry. It reflects the quality of our educators who cultivate each students’ creativity as well as a tribute to our youth!”

Ginger Featherstone, Assistant Superintendent, Martin County School District

Awards were presented for the Best of Show as well as 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places in each of five mediums: sculpture, drawing, photography/digital prints, painting, and mixed media.

Student artists had their works purchased for the collections at Jensen Beach High School, Martin County High School, South Fork High School, The Pine School, Clark Advanced Learning Center, the Martin County Superintendent’s office, Elliott Museum, Children’s Services Council, Senator Joe Negron’s office, and in the Martin County Supervisor of Elections office.

The student exhibit is sponsored by Fox, Wackeen, Dungey, Beard, Bush, Goldman, Kilbride, Waters, Robison, and McCluskey L.L.P.; Publix Super Market Charities, Palm City Art & Frame, Women Supporting the Arts, Karen L. Barnes, and Vianne Nichols.

The Arts Council is the designated local arts agency for Martin County. The Arts Council provides services to visual and performing artists, arts organizations, students and the public and strives to instill a passion for and participation in the arts. For more information, please call 772-287-6676 or visit www.martinarts.org.

The Arts Council is sponsored in part by the Florida Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Arts Council, the National Endowment of the Arts, City of Stuart, Martin County Board of County Commissioners, and private contributions.

Marvin S Cone High School Juried Art Show

Honorable Mention Awards (across category):

1) “Stranger in the Mirror” by Courtney Foster

2) “Identifying Beauty” by Alexandra Hegley

3) “Lead the Way” by Shelby Baillie

4) “Kaiju” by Coral Rose

5) “Lives in Separation” by Olivia Brogdon

6) “Cráneo del Pasado” by Gabriela Blanco

7) “Inner Demons” by Jason Ajucum

8) “Saltwater Cowboys” by Meghan Reddick

9) “Halsey” by Sofia Perez Yudin

10) “Beautiful Destination” by Anna Perelli-Minetti

For Drawing:

3rd Place: “Form: A Direct Comparison between Drawing with the Hand and Foot” by Brett Taylor

2nd Place: “Ariyana Blows a Bubble” by Alyssa Macchia

1st Place: “Death of Nature” by Andrew Huh

For Mixed Media:

3rd Place: ”Lingua Narcotica” by Liv Damm

2nd Place: “Mortiply” by Nina Vukic

1st Place: “Suspended in the Human Plane” by Bliss Rose

For Painting:

3rd Place: “Portrait of a Teacher” by Mike Hadhazy

2nd Place: “Commentary” by Madelene Wishart

1st Place: “Goodbye Old Friend” by Shelby Baillie

For Sculpture:

3rd Place: “Mother of Nature” by Morgan Matthews

2nd Place: “Octopot” by Daisy Sutherland

1st Place: “Old-Fashioned Camera” by Maryn Washer

For Photography/Digital Prints:

3rd Place: “Into the Mysteries” by Kimberly Ramirez

2nd Place: “Canned” by Brandon Golden

1st Place: “Mind & Body Connection” by Austin Aguilar

For Best of Show: “Lord of War” by Casey Witte

PURCHASE AWARDS:

Superintendent’s Purchase Award: “Ariyana Blows a Bubble” by Alyssa Macchia

Jensen Beach High School Purchase Award: “Warming Sun” by Amanda Wind

“Voyage thru Paradise” by Kimberly Ramirez

Martin County High School Purchase Award: “Stranger in the Mirror” by Courtney Foster

“Saltwater Cowboys” by Meghan Reddick

South Fork High School Purchase Award: “Identifying Beauty” by Alexandra Hegley

“Death of Nature” by Andrew Huh

Clark Advanced Learning Center Purchase Award: “Enchanted Forest” by Rileigh Ward

Pine School Purchase Award: “Unique Expressions” by Ryan Chimelis

Senator Joe Negron’s Purchase Award: “Old-Fashioned Camera” by Maryn Washer

Supervisor of Elections Purchase Award: “Lives in Separation” by Olivia Brogdon

Elliott Museum Purchase Award: “Lord of War” by Casey Witte

Children’s Services Council: “Into the Mysteries” by Kimberly Ramirez

ADDITIONAL AWARDS:

Stuart Art Supply Gift Certificate $100: “Blessed are the Pure in Heart” by Hailey Ingeman

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The Wrath of Mother Nature. The Hailstorms of 2015

and 1934, St Lucie River/Indian River Lagoon

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In photo: Roosevelt Bridge, 1934, after a hailstorm. Photo by Francis Carlberg King. (Photo courtesy of Sandra Thurlow’s book, Stuart on the St Lucie.

By: Jacqui Thurlow-Lippich

Stuart — I love the power of Mother Nature. I appreciate when she reminds me of “who is in control.”

Yesterday, around 6:20 PM as the sky filled with dark clouds, and the rain started to fall, I was driving east on Monterey Road. Every now and then I’d hear a loud “whack.” I kept wondering why rocks were hitting my windshield. “This is odd,” I thought, “A construction truck must have gone by….”

The rain pelted down, and the skies darkened. Then suddenly, those “rocks” started pouring out of the sky, pinging loudly off the hood of my car in every direction. Finally, it dawned on me: “Hail!”

Unable to see, and overcome by sound, I pulled my car over into a parking lot sheltered by tall trees. Adrenaline pumping, I sat there, frozen in my car, like a hiding animal waiting for the storm to pass….

With the rhythmic sound of the windshield wipers and the raging storm, I thought about stories of the old timers….

In my mother’s book “Stuart on the St Lucie,” she writes about the great hail storm of 1934 along the St Lucie River/Indian River Lagoon.

“Mother Nature initiated the new Roosevelt Bridge with an unusual occurrence that is still remembered by all who experience it. On February 10th, 1934 a hailstorm covered Stuart with ice, creating street scenes that looked like “someplace up North.”

So even though yesterday was intense, as far as hail is concerned, there was probably more in 1934. Mind you it was February….With my yard a mess, huge limbs down, no power, and wondering if my car is dented….I remain grateful for Mother Nature and her moods. Sometimes I feel that way too.

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Monarch Country Club Hosts 2015 United Way of Martin County

Character Counts Golf Tournament

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Palm City — CHARACTER COUNTS! of Martin County is a collaborative of community organizations, schools, businesses and individual citizens committed to the development and enhancement of individual and community character.

The “Six Pillars of Character” — Trustworthiness, Responsibility, Respect, Fairness, Caring, Citizenship — serve as guideposts for the countless choices children and adults are asked to make on a daily basis.

All the proceeds of this golf event goes to support the efforts of United Way Character Counts of Martin County

United Way’s work is focused on the building blocks for a good life: Quality education that leads to a stable job, enough income to support a family through retirement, and good health.

United Way’s goal is to advance the common good and create long-lasting changes by addressing the underlying causes of problems.

Advancing the common good is less about helping one person at a time and more about changing systems to help all of us. We are all connected. We all win when a child succeeds in school, when families are financially stable, when people are healthy.

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2015 Soroptimist Of Martin County Women Of Distinction

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Stuart – Hutchinson Island – On Thursday evening Martin County Soroptimist held their 23rd annual “Women of Distinction” recognition celebration. Recognition is given in four categories; “Business Professional”, Civic Professional”, “Volunteer”, and “Rising Star” women ages 17 – 21 the future of all our communities.

Founded in 1921, Soroptimist is an international organization for business and professional women who provide volunteer service to their communities. Almost 100,000 Soroptimists in about 120 countries and territories contribute time and financial support to community–based and international projects benefiting women and girls.

The name, Soroptimist, means “best for women,” and that’s what the organization strives to achieve. Soroptimists are women at their best working to help other women to be their best

Congratulations to the four recipients of the Soroptimist Women of Distinction awards. They are Preethi Sekharanin the Business category, Thelma Washington for the Civic/Professional category, Gina Golino in the Volunteer category and Rising Star category winner, Lauren Manus from South Fork High School.

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Martin County Firefighters, Martin County Sheriff Dept, and

City of Stuart Fire Rescue

Salute Take-Off Southeast Florida Honor Flight

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Stuart — Honor Flight is a non-profit organization created solely to honor America’s veterans for all their sacrifices. Our heroes are flown to Washington, DC to visit and reflect at their memorials.

​Funds are raised to guarantee that every WWII Veteran fly absolutely free. With your support we can turn the dream of visiting their memorial into a reality for these heroes.

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Flying Yoga Is What’s Up For

Martin Youth LEADERship

Health & Wellness Day

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Stuart — A big thanks goes out to Yoga Bliss with Chrissy Volpagel and her team of instructors, they made flying possible.

The Martin Youth LEADERship Program is for high school students, and is in its 18th year, sponsored in part by Seacoast National Bank, the parent-organization Martin LEADERship through the Stuart/Martin County Chamber of Commerce and supported by the Martin County School District. The group is continually striving to better serve the students that have made application, and been accepted in the program. The current Martin Youth LEADERship program is an opportunity for high school sophomores and juniors throughout Martin County to develop and enhance their leadership skills. Students must apply, and, on average, 37 are selected to participate in the comprehensive nine-month program that is modeled after LEADERship Martin County. Upon completion, these Leaders have learned about their community including history, government, business, arts and culture, criminal justice and the environment. Class members are given a rare opportunity to reach their highest leadership potential through sessions focusing on Covey’s

Effective Habits and other leadership enhancing activities. Every effort is made to select a racially, gender diverse class representing various levels of leadership experience.

Coming up in May 2013, the Martin Youth LEADERship will celebrate “Graduation.” At Monarch Country Club in Palm City. For more information about Martin Youth LEADERship, and how you too, might become a sponsor, donor, event coordinator or advisory board member, please see the group web site at: www.leadershipmcalumni.com/youth_leadership.asp, or contact 2010-2011 Chair, Diana Bruton at 963 SE Federal Hwy, Stuart, FL. 34994 (772) 286-1900.

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2015 The BIG Taste

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Stuart – It’s that time of year again when you sample the culinary delights of 30 local restaurants, all in one location. The annual A Big Taste of Martin County’s Best was held once again at Memorial Park in downtown Stuart. The event was as exciting as ever for both patrons and restaurants. Attendees had the opportunity to enjoy gourmet creations ranging from delectable hors d’oeuvres to wonderfully prepared meats, seafood, Bar-B-Q Ribs and desserts. Participating restaurants are always looking for ways to “out do” last year and step up to the challenge to compete for the coveted “People’s Choice Award”. This year the food categories that were judged included: soups, salads, breads, appetizers, entrée’s and desserts.

The money raised from the tournament will allow Big Brothers Big Sisters of Martin and Palm Beach County to continue their mission of helping children reach their potential through professionally supported, one-to-one mentoring relationships with measurable impact. Donations also allow Big Brothers Big Sisters’ professional staff to carefully recruit and screen each volunteer and provide ongoing monitoring and support for the volunteer, child and family, ensuring safety and match success.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Martin and Palm Beach County was founded last year when the two organizations were merged into one. It is one of more than 500 affiliates nationwide. Our national organization is the largest, oldest, and most respected mentoring organization in the U.S. Big Brothers Big Sisters school-based mentoring has been proven to have a significant, positive impact on children in the program

Our funding comes primarily through performance – based grants and private gifts. Our major contributors include: Children’s Services Council of Martin County; Florida Department of Education; United Way of Martin County; The Community Foundation of Palm Beaches and Martin Counties; Hobe Sound Community Chest; and Workforce Development Board.

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Treasure Coast Youth Symphony

Presents “Over the Top”

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Stuart — Frere Jacques, Stranger in Paradise, the Czech Airlines landing theme, and an overture from a notorious 20th century despot’s favorite opera are familiar themes and sounds in the music of the four composers whose music is featured in this stirring concert. These spellbinding works of Smetana, Borodin, Wagner, and Mahler are noted for the “responses forte” elicited from their listeners. Also included is the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s 2015 Concerto Competition Winner, cellist, Megan Savage, who will perform the well-loved Saint Saens Cello Concerto.

The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony provides challenging experiences in orchestral and individual performance for student musicians to broaden technical skills and artistic expression, to instill professionalism, and to enhance enjoyment of their musical talents individually and for their audiences.

Members of the orchestra may choose to compete in the annual Concerto Competition. The winner of this competition has the privilege of performing his or her piece with the orchestra during the spring concert season.

Each year the orchestra awards scholarships and grants to several of its young musicians. The scholarships are used by orchestra members to continue music education during a summer music program, to enter a college level musical curriculum in the fall, to obtain private lessons from professionals, or to assist in the purchase of musical instruments.

During its 27-year history, the orchestra alumni have been selected for highly-competitive auditions to attend major conservatories and university programs. Students often opt to continue their music studies in college, in addition to other academic majors.

The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is an all-volunteer, non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization and is composed of the most talented student musicians from Indian River, St. Lucie, Martin and northern Palm Beach counties. The conductors of the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony are Dr. John Enyart, Ben Enyart and Thomas Servinsky. The orchestra is funded by performance proceeds, orchestra membership fees and private and corporate support.

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Clifford the Big Red Dog and Curious George

Star At Storybook Forest Ribbon Cutting

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Stuart — Stuart City Councilwoman Eula Clarke joined Clifford the Big Red Dog and Curious George during a ribbon cutting for Storybook Forest.

Storybook Forest is an exhibit of booths designed to give children the opportunity to experience their favorite stories in a whole new way.

The mission of Devereux Community Based Care is to enhance the safety, permanency and well-being for all children in Okeechobee & the Treasure Coast through a community network of family support services. Devereux- Inspiring Hope. Empowering Lives.

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7th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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In photo: Come and join us the water is fine

Stuart — Stuart Beach was the location for the seventh annual Stuart Single Fin Showdown Surf and Skim Festival presented by Ohana Surf Shop for United Way. For the past six years, the Stuart Single Fin Showdown has produced a solid ground swell of support for United Way of Martin County and helped build awareness of the community’s most critical needs, while raising more than $30,000 to create long-lasting solutions to these issues.

The Stuart Single Fin Showdown has also raised more than $8,000 for Team Brooke, a charity created for Brooke Thabit, a member of the Ohana Surf Shop family and former Single Fin Showdown competitor who suffered a severe spinal cord injury in 2012. The accident left Thabit paralyzed from the chest down and funds raised help cover the cost of her rehabilitation.

What started in 2009 with a small group of surfers riding vintage single fin surfboards for bragging rights has now evolved into the largest, one-day surf and skim festival in Florida, attracting nearly 200 competitors and thousands of spectators annually.

“When we started we really had no idea how people would react or if anyone would sign up,” said Jordan Schwartz, contest director and owner of Ohana Surf Shop in Stuart. “The first year was small, but those who were part of it appreciated the ‘just for fun’ atmosphere that we were trying to create. It gets better each year and the best part is we continue to raise money for charity through surfing.”

What makes the Stuart Single Fin Showdown unique is that competitors must ride vintage single fin surfboards that are selected at random minutes before each heat begins. The challenge is to then ride their chosen single fin well enough and advance onto the next round of competition. At the end of the day, division champions are rewarded with a one-of-a-kind Single Fin Showdown embroidered sports coat and a prize pack loaded with surf related gear.

Although the entire event revolves around the Single Fin division, other divisions include Longboard, Standup Paddleboard (SUP) Invitational and the Skim Pro/Am. Competitors are welcome to compete in one or more divisions, but additional fees apply.

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Settlement Leads To Big Property Rights Victory For Florida Couple

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Hobe Sound, FL; March 18, 2015: Pressed by a Pacific Legal Foundation lawsuit, county regulators in Florida have agreed to settlement terms concerning the property rights of the husband and wife owners of a popular Hobe Sound restaurant. The Martin County Commission has agreed to allow Robert and Anita Breinig, owners of the Flash Beach Grille, to expand their business without facing punishing fines or any further government meddling.

Out2News.com“This settlement is great news for the Breinigs and means the threat of massive fines that county officials wanted to impose on them no longer exists,” said Atlantic Center Managing Attorney Mark Miller. “Unsuspecting property owners like Robert and Anita cannot be held to an unrecorded easement without the proper notice. The end result here is a victory for them and other Martin County citizens who own property where these unrecorded easements exist.”

 

Mark Miller – PLF managing Attorney

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Christina Martin – Attorney

The property rights controversy started when the Breinigs, after seeking a permit to expand their restaurant in mid-2013, were shocked to learn from Martin County officials that an unrecorded conservation easement existed at the back of their property. Officials determined that the Breinigs were violating the terms of a “Preserve Area Management Plan” (PAMP) on the property and consequently violating county code.

The couple was unaware that a former owner of the property had agreed to the easement terms in the mid-1990s in exchange for a county permit. The Breinigs did not know of the easement because Martin County had never bothered to record it.

Miller explained that when the Breinigs tried to get county officials to modify the easement restriction, regulators wouldn’t budge. Instead, they announced they would start imposing $1,000 daily fines virtually immediately on the Breinigs. That’s when the Breinigs turned to PLF for help. Last August, attorneys in PLF’s Atlantic Center, representing the couple free of charge, sued Martin County because under Florida law, unrecorded easements have no force.

As part of the settlement terms, Miller said the county has redrawn the conservation area to allow the restaurant’s expansion and agreed to provide $1,000 to help pay for plants and development of the new PAMP conservation area.

“Although at times the Breinigs considered pressing forward on principle, they realized that this settlement provided certainty for their future, the future of their business, the employees who count on the Flash Beach Grille for their livelihood, and their loyal customers,” Miller said.

“The Breinigs are very nice, hard-working people who you cannot help but want to succeed. PLF looks forward to seeing what comes next for them and the Flash Beach Grille.”

Statement by Robert Breinig

“Last year, Martin County threatened to ruin our dream of owning and running a restaurant on our own piece of property. We asked the County to work with us since we knew nothing of the easement when we bought the property and the County refused. That’s when PLF became involved,” Robert Breinig said. “We are thrilled that the settlement we reached with the County will allow us to operate our business how we intended, without unfair government interference in the future.

“We owe a debt of thanks to our PLF attorneys in the Atlantic Center, and to the supporters of PLF’s legal program,” Breinig added.

The case is Breinig v. Martin County. More information about the case, including a video, podcast, and a blog post is available at Pacific Legal Foundation’s website: www.pacificlegal.org.

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US NAVY F-18 JOINS MILITARY ACTS

FEATURED AT 2015 STUART AIR SHOW

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Martin County, Florida: The US Navy F-18 fighter jet joins the list of top military acts for the 2015 Stuart Air Show, to be held October 30 – November 1 at Martin County Airport – Witham Field.

Already confirmed to perform are the US Army Golden Knights and the US Air Force F-16. The addition of the US NAVY F-18 as a third military act to headline at the Stuart Air Show brings the military presence at this annual event to an awe-inspiring level.

Known as the “Hornet,” the F-18 has a top speed of Mach 1.8, the equivalent of 1,190 mph and is equipped to carry a variety of bombs and missiles. Two F404 turbo fan engines ensure the aircraft’s high thrust-to-weight ratio while is characteristic aerodynamic frame allows the aircraft to maneuver easily at top speeds.

The F-18 will perform on Saturday, October 31 and Sunday, November 1 along with the F-16. The US Army Golden Knights will perform both Saturday and Sunday as well as at the Friday Night air show on Friday, October 30.

Tickets for the 2015 Stuart Air Show are available online at www.stuartairshow.com for a special discounted price during the month of March.

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Palm City Dolphins Defeat Stuart Bulldogs 36 – 30

In Double Overtime

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Palm City –- As a little boy the idea that you could play in a game against one of your biggest your rivals in a “mud” bowl in this day and age is rare. However, that is exactly what happened on Saturday as the Pop Warner Palm City Dolphins met the Stuart Bulldogs.

Overnight the skies opened up with about 2 inches of rain and normally that would be no big deal but in this early Fall season, however, after an extremely wet summer the water did not run off the field as usual.

There was no lightening, which normally would stop a game with all this water, and the experience of a lifetime began for these little guys. These are the kind of conditions, childhood football was made for. In an age when every field is either inside or synthetic or overly manicured, the aspect providing probably the safest condition to play this evermore dangerous sport, “mud” is gone to the ages.

The photos that follow are a pictorial record of that game. Enjoy them as much as I enjoyed taking them and remember when you little guys over the age 65 played in games like this one..

The Palm City Dolphins participates in the Pop Warner Little Scholars Program.

Pop Warner Little Scholars, Inc. (PWLS) is a non-profit organization that provides youth football and cheer & dance programs for participants in 42 states and several countries around the world. Consisting of approximately 400,000 young people ranging from ages 5 to 16 years old, PWLS is the largest youth football, cheer and dance program in the United States.

Pop Warner was founded in 1929, continues to grow and serves as the only youth football, cheerleading & dance organization that requires its participants to maintain academic standards in order to participate. Pop Warner’s commitment to academics is what separates the program from other youth sports around the world.

As the only national youth sports organization that requires scholastic aptitude to participate, Pop Warner is committed to developing America’s young people on the field and off. Each year Pop Warner continues to expand its efforts in team and activity participation, as well as visibility and outreach in the community.

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MEET FOREST , FOREST GUMP!

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In photo: Meet Forest, Forest Gump. Forest is from Brazil, via St Joe Missouri along with his best buddy John. Chris is from Tri Beca….you can take the guy out of New York but not the New York out of the guy! They are visiting along Hutchinson Island, “Chick Magnet”.

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