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St Lucie Inlet Tide Chart For October

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TED SAYS; GO BUCKS!

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High Tide Volleyball Club Launches on the Treasure Coast

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STUART, Fla. – High Tide Volleyball Club, a competitive club volleyball program, has officially launched on the Treasure Coast and will begin training for the 2017-2018 season.

The competitive indoor volleyball training program features an experienced training staff in both men and women’s volleyball, including former college players from the nation’s top Division I Programs, current college coaches and coaches of the area’s successful high schools.

Club Director, Coach Krissy Schmidt, is a former Penn State women’s volleyball team defensive specialist. During her time as the Martin County High School head Varsity Coach, she finished 108-41, with five district titles, two regional titles, a State Runner Up in 2010 and State Champions in 2011. Schmidt was named 5A Coach of the Year in 2010 and 7A Coach of the Year in 2011, as well as the Treasure Coast Newspaper All-Area Coach of the Year in both 2010 and 2011. In 2010, she was named a recipient of the AVCA 30 Under 30 award for up and coming coaches throughout the nation.

Coach Jim Van Hart, Director of Operations, has been the JV & Varsity Assistant Coach with the Martin County High School Girls Volleyball program for the last four years and has coached the last five years with Tribe/Treasure Coast and Sham-Roxz Volleyball clubs.

Coach Tony Glessner has served in a lead coaching role at the University of Michigan Volleyball Camp for the past seven years and was also a volunteer assistant coach for Ohio Elite Volleyball Club, which placed in the top ten in the nation each of his four seasons with them. For the past four years, Glessner served as the Assistant Volleyball Coach at Martin County High School. During his time there, the Tigers brought home the State Championship in 7A, while also having a High School All-American on the team. He’s also coached with Treasure Coast Volleyball and the National Volleyball League.

Coach Elise Walch is a 2014 graduate of Florida State University, where she was named Muscle Milk Athlete of the Year, earned AVCA All-American honorable mention accolades, AVCA All-Region honors and was named to the All-ACC Second Team. She helped lead her team to an NCAA Final Four Appearance in 2011 and two ACC Championships.

Coach Jeff Hardman is a former graduate of Siena Heights University where he played for four years, earning numerous All-Conference awards and helping to lead the team to its first-ever conference final appearance. Coach Hardman specializes in the technical aspect of the game and has a wide range of knowledge of all positions from passing, attacking and setting.

“Our well-rounded coaching staff is equipped with the experience necessary to ensure each of our players reaches his or her full potential,” said Schmidt. “We look forward to offering a unique, elite training experience on the Treasure Coast for players looking to take their game to the next level.”

Registration for High Tide Volleyball is available online at HighTideVBC.com and try-outs will be held on July 30. For more information email HighTideVBC@gmail.com

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Fleet Feet Sports Furnace 5K

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Stuart – The HOTTEST Race in town! 3.1 Mile Run/Walk through North River Shores!

Have some fun and show the rest of them that just because it’s HOT… You still love to RUN!
The course starts and ends right in front of Fleet Feet Sports Stuart!
Come EARN your Fleet Feet Furnace Black Race Hoodie!
Finisher Medals were given to all participants.

The complete list of winners is published on two websites: www.escapeToTheSoutheast.com and Travel Media Press Room.

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Photos by: Dave Young

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Fleet Feet Sports Furnace 5K

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Stuart – The HOTTEST Race in town! 3.1 Mile Run/Walk through North River Shores!

Have some fun and show the rest of them that just because it’s HOT… You still love to RUN!
The course starts and ends right in front of Fleet Feet Sports Stuart!
Come EARN your Fleet Feet Furnace Black Race Hoodie!
Finisher Medals were given to all participants.

The complete list of winners is published on two websites: www.escapeToTheSoutheast.com and Travel Media Press Room.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photos by: Dave Young

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Fleet Feet Sports Furnace 5K

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Stuart – The HOTTEST Race in town! 3.1 Mile Run/Walk through North River Shores!

Have some fun and show the rest of them that just because it’s HOT… You still love to RUN!
The course starts and ends right in front of Fleet Feet Sports Stuart!
Come EARN your Fleet Feet Furnace Black Race Hoodie!
Finisher Medals were given to all participants.

The complete list of winners is published on two websites: www.escapeToTheSoutheast.com and Travel Media Press Room.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photos by: Dave Young

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Fleet Feet Sports Furnace 5K

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Stuart – The HOTTEST Race in town! 3.1 Mile Run/Walk through North River Shores!

Have some fun and show the rest of them that just because it’s HOT… You still love to RUN!
The course starts and ends right in front of Fleet Feet Sports Stuart!
Come EARN your Fleet Feet Furnace Black Race Hoodie!
Finisher Medals were given to all participants.

The complete list of winners is published on two websites: www.escapeToTheSoutheast.com and Travel Media Press Room.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photos by: Dave Young

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Fleet Feet Sports Furnace 5K

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Stuart – The HOTTEST Race in town! 3.1 Mile Run/Walk through North River Shores!

Have some fun and show the rest of them that just because it’s HOT… You still love to RUN!
The course starts and ends right in front of Fleet Feet Sports Stuart!
Come EARN your Fleet Feet Furnace Black Race Hoodie!
Finisher Medals were given to all participants.

The complete list of winners is published on two websites: www.escapeToTheSoutheast.com and Travel Media Press Room.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photos by: Dave Young

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Fleet Feet Sports Furnace 5K

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Stuart – The HOTTEST Race in town! 3.1 Mile Run/Walk through North River Shores!

Have some fun and show the rest of them that just because it’s HOT… You still love to RUN!
The course starts and ends right in front of Fleet Feet Sports Stuart!
Come EARN your Fleet Feet Furnace Black Race Hoodie!
Finisher Medals were given to all participants.

The complete list of winners is published on two websites: www.escapeToTheSoutheast.com and Travel Media Press Room.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photos by: Dave Young

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Fleet Feet Sports Furnace 5K

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Stuart – The HOTTEST Race in town! 3.1 Mile Run/Walk through North River Shores!

Have some fun and show the rest of them that just because it’s HOT… You still love to RUN!
The course starts and ends right in front of Fleet Feet Sports Stuart!
Come EARN your Fleet Feet Furnace Black Race Hoodie!
Finisher Medals were given to all participants.

The complete list of winners is published on two websites: www.escapeToTheSoutheast.com and Travel Media Press Room.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photos by: Dave Young

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ANTHONY’S COAL FIRED PIZZA

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Teddy Got a Gift And Want’s To Know,

What Is An Ohio State Dog Supposed To Do With this?

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Indiantown Rodeo Lassos
Top Tourism Event Award For 2nd Year

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The Martin County Office of Tourism and Marketing and the Indiantown Chamber of Commerce are proud to announce the Indiantown Rodeo has been selected as a top tourism event for October 2017 by the Southeast Tourism Society (STS). Named one of the Top 20 Events in the Southeast for 2017, the rodeo competed with top events from across the southeastern United States to receive this prestigious designation.

“Bull riding, bucking broncos, steer wrestling and barrel racing are just a few reasons to come on out to the Indiantown Rodeo. Bar-b-cue, kids’ entertainment, rodeo clowns and more make this an exciting, sell-out event every year,” said David Powers, Indiantown Chamber vice president and rodeo chair.

“The Southeast Tourism Society’s Top 20 Festival and Event list is an excellent guide for visitors, residents and travel writers. The events selected represent the best, and often most unique, activities in the Southeast region,” said Bill Hardman, president and CEO of the Southeast Tourism Society.

The history and culture of Indiantown, along with its equestrian and eco-tourism attributes, provide residents and visitors with a one-of-a-kind experience.

“Indiantown is truly unique to our area and it is the diversity of our communities and events that make Martin County so special. The Indiantown Rodeo proudly takes its place as one of the STS Top 20 Events for the month of October. Indiantown gets the value of being marketed along with events taking place in areas such as Chattanooga, TN and Greenville, SC. This is impressive!” said Nerissa Okiye, Tourism and Marketing Manager for Martin County.

The event will take place on October 13-14 and tickets will be on sale starting September 1. Please visit www.indiantownchamber.com for more information.

The complete list of winners is published on two websites: www.escapeToTheSoutheast.com and Travel Media Press Room.

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Flying Fish Paddle Sports

The Flying Fish Paddle Sports is located in Stuart, Florida. We are a family owned and operated, fully dedicated stand up paddle board shop. Our goal at the Flying Fish is to not only service the area with their paddle board needs but to help grow the sport of SUP.
4969 SE Dixie Hwy.
Stuart, FL 34997
772) 486-7454

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2017 Babe Ruth Softball World Series

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Jul 19 – Aug 05

The top youth softball teams from coast to coast are returning to Martin County over the next two weeks for the Babe Ruth Softball World Series.

Two divisions — 16U World Series at Jensen Beach’s Pineapple Park and 14U National Invitational
Three other tournaments — the 12U World Series and 8U and 10U national invitational.

A Babe Ruth World Series offers so much more than just the thrills of watching teams battle it out for the win. It’s a great opportunity for social and cultural exchanges. It’s a great way to connect and come together with other members of the Babe Ruth Family!

The Treasure Coast Athletic Association hosts this 2-week tournament every summer where teams from all over the United States and beyond come to compete. This tournament is also broadcast/webcast so that our players can been seen from all over the US and the world! This is the second year all five age divisions will take place locally.

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Lionfish Round Up

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Florida Swimming Pool Association High School
Invitational Swimming and Diving Meet

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On April 12, 2017, the Florida Swimming Pool Association (FSPA) notified the Martin County Parks and Recreation Department and the Treasure Coast Sports Commission (TCSC) that Sailfish Splash Waterpark has been selected as the site for the FSPA High School Invitational Swimming and Diving Meet for 2017. Host school, Jensen Beach High School, will provide volunteers for the event and assist the waterpark in the provision of hospitality for coaches, officials, media and volunteers.

On September 23, 2017, an estimated 1,200 students from nearly 80 Florida high schools will compete in the meet sanctioned by the Florida High School Athletics Association (FHSAA) and observed by USA Swimming. The weekend of the event, Martin County will play host to nearly 2,000 people including swimmers, coaches and spectators accompanying the athletes to the event – one of the largest in the southeast.

“We are very excited to have FSPA return for their fifth season at Sailfish Splash Waterpark this year. It will be another fantastic event. This is the largest invitational high school meet in the state and we are looking forward to the event’s return to our area,” said Todd Foust, Special Facilities Administrator.

Martin County Parks and Recreation Department Director Kevin Abbate added, “Martin County and Sailfish Splash Waterpark share FSPA’s interest in promoting swimming and diving for recreation and health benefits. In addition to hosting this important meet, the waterpark offers a Learn to Swim Program with classes for all skill levels and, on June 22, 2017, will participate in the “World’s Largest Swimming Lesson,” a free event designed to generate awareness about the importance of teaching kids to swim to help prevent drowning.”

Close to $1 million will flow into the local economy as a result of the FSPA meet. TCSC executive director Rick Hatcher said, “We are excited to have FSPA return to Martin County. This is the result of a great partnership between Martin County Parks and Recreation and the Treasure Coast Sports Commission. Sailfish Splash Waterpark is an outstanding venue perfectly equipped to host high caliber swimming events like the FSPA, which is one of the largest of its kind and produces tremendous economic impact within our area.”

More information about Sailfish Splash Waterpark services and programs can be found at www.sailfishsplash.com. Information about the Florida Swimming Pool Association can be found at www.floridapoolpro.com.

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TREASURE COAST ROWING MIAMI REGATTA

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LOCAL GIRLS SOCCER

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Martin County Hosts Pre-school Sports Program

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Martin County Parks & Recreation Department in partnership with Martin County hosts pre-school sports program is offering a pre-school sports program at Halpatiokee Regional Park located at 8303 SE Lost River Road in Stuart. This is a developmental, non-league instructional program. Programs are open to children ages three through five. The programs will be held on Wednesday nights from 5:30-6:30 p.m., weather permitting. Registration is only $80.00 per child for a six week program which teaches fundamentals of the selected sport in a non-competitive, conducive for teaching environment. For more information call 772-221-1419 or 772-349-5522. Visit www.ignitesportsfl.com/program/martin-co-programs to register or view more information on scheduling.

Come join us for our next program – Kickball! Similar to baseball, this playground favorite is played with traditional baseball rules with a few extra, quirky rules mixed in. Instead of a bat and ball, children kick, catch, and dodge a lightweight 8 inch playground ball. Anyone can play and enjoy kickball regardless of ability or experience. All children get to participate and get lots of exercise while having fun. It is great for team building as well.

Kickball – March 8 to April 12, 2017
Multisport – April 26 to May 31, 2017
Basketball – June 21 to July 26, 2017
Find more information on Parks & Recreation’s facilities and activities.

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Local Travel Soccer

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What a long day travelling to Bradenton and back! So worth it, though, when the teams plays so well that we were out of breath sitting on the sidelines. Well done OC DA 14! 2-1 Victory!

Awesome day today! So proud of our athletes!!! Thank you to our coaches!! We appreciate you

Having a fellow soccer parent who happens to be a professional photographer is the best twofer we could have hoped for joining OC DA. The pics we get from Cassie Simpson Armstrong just keep getting better! All our families get to share our fun. What a game! OC vs TBU, the boys played the beautiful game we love to watch

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Local Travel Soccer

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What a long day travelling to Bradenton and back! So worth it, though, when the teams plays so well that we were out of breath sitting on the sidelines. Well done OC DA 14! 2-1 Victory!

Awesome day today! So proud of our athletes!!! Thank you to our coaches!! We appreciate you

Having a fellow soccer parent who happens to be a professional photographer is the best twofer we could have hoped for joining OC DA. The pics we get from Cassie Simpson Armstrong just keep getting better! All our families get to share our fun. What a game! OC vs TBU, the boys played the beautiful game we love to watch

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South East Florida Honor Flight

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Honor Flight is a non-profit organization created solely to honor America’s WWII 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.

Contact: 772-781-2212

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Local Travel Soccer

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What a long day travelling to Bradenton and back! So worth it, though, when the teams plays so well that we were out of breath sitting on the sidelines. Well done OC DA 14! 2-1 Victory!

Awesome day today! So proud of our athletes!!! Thank you to our coaches!! We appreciate you

Having a fellow soccer parent who happens to be a professional photographer is the best twofer we could have hoped for joining OC DA. The pics we get from Cassie Simpson Armstrong just keep getting better! All our families get to share our fun. What a game! OC vs TBU, the boys played the beautiful game we love to watch

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Local Travel Soccer

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What a long day travelling to Bradenton and back! So worth it, though, when the teams plays so well that we were out of breath sitting on the sidelines. Well done OC DA 14! 2-1 Victory!

Awesome day today! So proud of our athletes!!! Thank you to our coaches!! We appreciate you

Having a fellow soccer parent who happens to be a professional photographer is the best twofer we could have hoped for joining OC DA. The pics we get from Cassie Simpson Armstrong just keep getting better! All our families get to share our fun. What a game! OC vs TBU, the boys played the beautiful game we love to watch

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Local Travel Soccer

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What a long day travelling to Bradenton and back! So worth it, though, when the teams plays so well that we were out of breath sitting on the sidelines. Well done OC DA 14! 2-1 Victory!

Awesome day today! So proud of our athletes!!! Thank you to our coaches!! We appreciate you

Having a fellow soccer parent who happens to be a professional photographer is the best twofer we could have hoped for joining OC DA. The pics we get from Cassie Simpson Armstrong just keep getting better! All our families get to share our fun. What a game! OC vs TBU, the boys played the beautiful game we love to watch

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Local Travel Soccer

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What a long day travelling to Bradenton and back! So worth it, though, when the teams plays so well that we were out of breath sitting on the sidelines. Well done OC DA 14! 2-1 Victory!

Awesome day today! So proud of our athletes!!! Thank you to our coaches!! We appreciate you

Having a fellow soccer parent who happens to be a professional photographer is the best twofer we could have hoped for joining OC DA. The pics we get from Cassie Simpson Armstrong just keep getting better! All our families get to share our fun. What a game! OC vs TBU, the boys played the beautiful game we love to watch

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

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Local Travel Soccer

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What a long day travelling to Bradenton and back! So worth it, though, when the teams plays so well that we were out of breath sitting on the sidelines. Well done OC DA 14! 2-1 Victory!

Awesome day today! So proud of our athletes!!! Thank you to our coaches!! We appreciate you

Having a fellow soccer parent who happens to be a professional photographer is the best twofer we could have hoped for joining OC DA. The pics we get from Cassie Simpson Armstrong just keep getting better! All our families get to share our fun. What a game! OC vs TBU, the boys played the beautiful game we love to watch

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Equine Special Olympians Shine

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Wellington — Riders from the Vinceremos Therapeutic Riding Center participated in the Special Olympics event at the Van Kampen Arena in Wellington.

Riders will compete in English and Western equitation, trail/obstacle challenge and pole bending.

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Equine Special Olympians Shine

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Wellington — Riders from the Vinceremos Therapeutic Riding Center participated in the Special Olympics event at the Van Kampen Arena in Wellington.

Riders will compete in English and Western equitation, trail/obstacle challenge and pole bending.

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Equine Special Olympians Shine

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Wellington — Riders from the Vinceremos Therapeutic Riding Center participated in the Special Olympics event at the Van Kampen Arena in Wellington.

Riders will compete in English and Western equitation, trail/obstacle challenge and pole bending.

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Wellington — Riders from the Vinceremos Therapeutic Riding Center participated in the Special Olympics event at the Van Kampen Arena in Wellington.

Riders will compete in English and Western equitation, trail/obstacle challenge and pole bending.

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Wellington — Riders from the Vinceremos Therapeutic Riding Center participated in the Special Olympics event at the Van Kampen Arena in Wellington.

Riders will compete in English and Western equitation, trail/obstacle challenge and pole bending.

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Parks and Recreation Hosts Pre-school Sports Program

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Martin County Parks & Recreation Department and Ignite Sports, LLC is offering a pre-school sports program at Halpatiokee Regional Park located at 8303 SE Lost River Road in Stuart. This is a developmental, non-league instructional program. Programs are open to children ages three through five. The programs will be held on Wednesday nights from 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. weather permitting. Registration is only $80.00 per child for a six week program which teaches fundamentals of the selected sport in a non-competitive, conducive for teaching environment. For more information call 772-221-1419 or 772-349-5522. Visit www.ignitesportsfl.com/program/martin-co-programs to register or view more information on scheduling.

Soccer – through Feb. 15, 2017
Kickball – March 8 to April 12, 2017
Multisport – April 26 to May 31, 2017
Basketball – June 21 to July 26, 2017

Find more information on Parks and Recreation’s facilities and activities at www.martin.fl.us/parksandrec

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Hobe Sound Golf Club JUNIOR MEMBER HANNAH FOSTER
NAMED “GIRLS’ GOLFER OF THE YEAR” BY SENTINEL, POST

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In photo: Hobe Sound Golf Club Junior Golfer Hannah Foster and HSGC Head Golf Professional Tom Yeager

Hobe Sound, Fla. (Jan. 9, 2017)…Hobe Sound Golf Club Junior Golfer Hannah Foster was recently recognized as the South Florida Sun-Sentinel and the Palm Beach Post Girls’ Golfer of the Year. The 15 year old is a student and member of the golf team at The Benjamin School in Palm Beach Gardens, which she represented earlier this year to win the high school district championship and advanced to the state championship.

Miss Foster first started playing golf at age seven when she and a friend wanted an activity to spend time with each other after she changed schools so they wouldn’t lose touch with each other. They decided on golf lessons with the Head Golf Professional at Hobe Sound Golf Club, Tom Yeager. She then became a Junior Member at the Club.

“I love the fact that golf is a life-long sport,” says Miss Foster. “Golf has introduced me to many different people from around the world, and I love experiencing all of the different golf courses.

“My parents are my biggest influence,” she continues. “They have sacrificed and have put so much time into me so that I can achieve my goals. In golf, Tom Yeager is my biggest influence. He has been with me from the beginning, almost eight years, through all of my ups and downs. He has helped me with my mental strength and also has impressed upon me the importance of integrity. Both have helped me tremendously in golf and in life as well.”

In the interview with the Palm Beach Post, Yeager said, “Hannah is a very even-keeled person and never gets rattled. She is tournament tough. She is so strong fundamentally and has the potential and desire to go to the highest level if she wants.”

Because her father is from Jamaica, Miss Foster has also played as a member of the Jamaican Junior National Team. In 2016, she placed first in her division in the Caribbean Junior Golf Championships at Barbados Golf Club and 15th overall in the ANNIKA Invitational Latin America tournament in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Miss Foster is on an engineering track of study at school, wants to attend a Division 1 college to play golf, and aspires to one day play on the LPGA. In addition to golf and school, she is a currently a member of the Key Club and volunteers with Habitat for Humanity, the South Florida PGA, and the Honda Classic.

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Adequan Global Dressage Festival

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Wellington — What a great way to start the Wellington Winter show season. Another amazing horse show weekend. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot…aka WTF….aka Jameson made his Global Dressage Festival debut and won his First Level class with room to spare and a score of over 67.8%! He kicked butt. I am so proud of this amazing Irishman! McRican Power!!!

The 2017 Adequan® Global Dressage Festival (AGDF) returns to The Stadium at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) this year on January 12 to March 25, featuring dressage stars competing on an international stage in the equestrian epicenter of Wellington, FL. In its sixth year, AGDF is pleased to welcome competitors, spectators, and vendors back to celebrate the highest level of dressage sport in North America.

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Adequan Global Dressage Festival

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Wellington — What a great way to start the Wellington Winter show season. Another amazing horse show weekend. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot…aka WTF….aka Jameson made his Global Dressage Festival debut and won his First Level class with room to spare and a score of over 67.8%! He kicked butt. I am so proud of this amazing Irishman! McRican Power!!!

The 2017 Adequan® Global Dressage Festival (AGDF) returns to The Stadium at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) this year on January 12 to March 25, featuring dressage stars competing on an international stage in the equestrian epicenter of Wellington, FL. In its sixth year, AGDF is pleased to welcome competitors, spectators, and vendors back to celebrate the highest level of dressage sport in North America.

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Treasure Coast Rowing Club and Intrepid Rowing Club
Learn To Row Day

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Palm City — Do you want to get in the best shape of your life while connecting with our beautiful St. Lucie River?…look no further.

Learn To Row Day is set as a national awareness for learning to row. Clubs all over the United States participate on this day because of the national recognition it receives, as well as the promotional material that are distributed.

Established in 1999, the TCRC is located on the south fork shores of the St Lucie River. This program is dedicated to instructing and training rowers in the Treasure Coast area. Our rowers excel as athletes and individuals and have successfully competed at major state and national USRowing championships. This has enabled our rowers to earn scholarships and positions on premiere collegiate rowing teams in the United States. TCRCalso provides athletes, new to the sport, with opportunities to join its novice rowing and introductory/competitive sculling and sweep squads and to participate in summer learn to row camps.

Intrepid Rowing Club is a youth rowing organization focused on developing the skills and rowing knowledge of young men and women to enable them to compete victoriously on the national level. We train hard, six days a week, because we believe that miles on the water make champions. Off the water, we actively promote character building, integrity, and team work. Resolute, fearless, fortitude, and endurance is the definition of Intrepid. Fearless, daring, and bold – these are characteristics that our young men and women demonstrate every day, on every stroke, and lead to IRC’s success.

Learn To Row camps are offered throughout the year for both Juniors (18 yrs and under) and Masters (19 years and up).

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U.S. U-18, U-19 Men’s National Teams
Conclude Florida Camp

FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. (Via U.S. Soccer) – The U.S. Under-18 and Under-19 Men’s National Teams participated in a joint domestic training camp earlier this month in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, where the teams played an intra-squad match on Nov. 9 and each team faced a USL Premier Development League team on Nov. 13 at Lockhart Stadium.

The intra-squad face off was an exciting one, with Djordje Mihailovic giving the U-19s the lead in the 31st minute. However, Justin Rennicks scored for the U-18s in the 44th minute, leveling the score right before halftime. The second half kicked off and it only took Jake Morris five minutes to flip the score and put the U-18s in the lead, ultimately securing a 2-1 scrimmage victory for the younger U.S. MNT.

The U-19 MNT then played Miami FC on Nov. 13 at Lockhart Stadium. The match kicked off at 1 p.m. ET and the U-19s had no trouble taking care of business. The USA was awarded a penalty kick in the 20th minute, which Brandon Vazquez slotted in the back of the net. Tyler Adams connected with Pierre da Silva just two minutes later, giving the U-19s a 2-0 lead at half.

+Read: U.S. Soccer Development Academy East Conference Recap – Week 12

The second half was also dominated by the U-19 squad, with Nick Taitague, Isaiah Young and Nelson Hunsinger adding tallies to the count in the 76th, 83rd, and 87th minutes, respectively. Brady Scott and Will Pulisic shared a shutout while the USA secured a 5-0 victory.

Immediately after, the U-18 MNT took the field to face South Florida Surf. This match was a lot more balanced, but the USA’s Jose Carranza opened up the scoring in the 29th minute. The second half kicked off and the Surf flipped the scoreline in a five-minute timespan, scoring in the 55th and 60th minutes. Carranza then recorded his second goal of the night, finding the back of the net in the 84th minute to close out the game with a 2-2 draw.

This camp successfully wrapped up the 2016 scheduled programming for both U-18 and U-19 MNTs.

+Read: New USA TODAY/NSCAA Fall High School Rankings released (Boys)

-U.S. Under-19 Men’s National Team Match Report-

Match: U.S. Under-19 Men’s National Team vs. Miami FC
Date: Nov. 13, 2016
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Lockhart Stadium; Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Kickoff: 1 p.m. ET
Attendance: 200
Weather: 81 degrees; clear

Scoring Summary: 1 2 F
USA 2 3 5
MIA 0 0 0

USA – Brandon Vazquez (penalty kick) 20th minute
USA – Tyler Adams (Pierre Da Silva) 22
USA – Nick Taitague (Djordje Mihailovic) 76
USA – Isaiah Young (Alex Rose) 83
USA – Nelson Hunsinger (Marco Farfan) 87

Lineups:
USA: 1-Brady Scott (1-Will Pulisic, 45); 3-John Nelson (16-Marco Farfan, 60), 5-Danny Barbir (capt.), 4-Sean O’Hearn, 14-Logan Panchot (17-Nelson Hunsinger, 60); 19-Christian Enriquez (8-Habib Barry, 45), 15-Tyler Adams; 9-Nick Taitague (6-Adam Ozeri, 85), 23-Djordje Mihailovic, 11-Pierre Da Silva (7-Isaiah Young, 45); 19-Brandon Vazquez (21-Alex Rose, 75)
Subs Not Used: 24-Hector Montalvo
Head coach: Brad Friedel

MIA: Roster Not Available

Stats Summary: USA / MIA
Shots: 20 / 6
Shots on Goal: 11 / 4
Saves: 6 / 4
Corner Kicks: 13 / 4
Fouls: 20 / 12
Offside: 2 / 3

Misconduct Summary:
USA – Tyler Adams (caution) 55th minute
MIA – (caution) 79

Man of the Match: Nick Taitague

-U.S. Under-18 Men’s National Team Match Report-

Match: U.S. Under-18 MNT vs. South Florida Surf
Date: Nov. 13, 2016
Competition: Domestic Friendly
Venue: Lockhart Stadium; Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Kick-off: 3 p.m. ET
Attendance: 50
Weather: 76 degrees

Scoring Summary: 1 2 F
USA 1 1 2
S. FLA 0 2 2

USA – Jose Carranza 29th minute
S. FLA – 55
S. FLA – 60
USA – Jose Carranza 84

Lineups:
USA: 12-Trey Muse (22-Leonardo Lopez, 46); 16-Jose Alfaro Jr. (3-Jake Morris, 66), 18-Gideon Davis (2-Aristotle Zarris, 66), 20-Ernesto Espinoza (17-Paxton Pomykal, 60), 24-Brecc Evans (25-Noah Toribio, 66), 19-Harold Hanson (7-Griffin Dorsey, 50), 6-Jack Maher, 23-Alfred Perez (9-Justin Rennicks, 50), 11-Nebiyou Perry (10-Jose Carranza, 28), 14-Brandon Servania (15-Jonathan Gonzalez, 60), 8-Juan Torres (13-Faris Abdi, 60)
Subs not used: 4-Aedan Stanley, 5-Kyle Gruno
Head Coach: Omid Namazi

S. FLA: Hasani Sinclair, Sekani Sinclair, Darwin Espinol, Colby Burdette, Bryan Perea, Daniel Gonzalez, Deniz Bozkurt, Verneri Valimaa, Jeff Michaud, Youri Derine, Alex Joseph, Jonny Campbell, Jabari Garibaldi, Kevyn McFarlane, Andes Ruiz, Juan Carlos Mosquera
Head Coach: Eric Arbuzow

Statistical Summary: USA / S. FLA
Shots: 13 / 7
Shots on Goal: 9 / 5
Saves: 3 / 7
Corner Kicks: 2 / 1
Fouls: 4 / 7
Offside: 1 / 0

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LADY STUART THE MOST FISHING TIME

OF ANY BOAT IN THE AREA

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Located at the Hutchinson Island Marriott Marina, Stuart, FL

The Lady Stuart I is a spacious 62-foot vessel, with an airy indoor salon and plenty of room to fish. Our experienced and award-winning crew will take you fishing to their favorite spots off the St. Lucie Inlet in Martin County, where you are bound to make some great catches. And with our new location, we give our customers the MOST FISHING TIME OF ANY BOAT IN THE AREA.

Give the special angler in your life the gift of a fishing trip aboard one of our boats. Gift Certificates are available for any occasion, in any amount. For your convenience, you can order them over the phone with a credit card and we will mail them to you, or directly to the gift recipient.

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KYLE CONRAD MIDDLE SCHOOL TRACK MEET

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KYLE CONRAD MIDDLE SCHOOL TRACK MEET

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Sailfish Splash hosts Florida High School Athletic Association
Swimming and Diving Finals for fourth year

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Nearly 7,000 athletes, spectators, coaches and officials from all over Florida will come to Sailfish Splash Aquatic Athletics Center over the next two weekends, November 4 – 5 and 11 – 12, for the FHSAA Swimming and Diving Finals.

This is the fourth consecutive year that the FHSAA has hosted its signature meet at the Sailfish Splash Aquatic Athletics Center. The events will provide exciting swimming and diving competition, in addition to generating substantial positive economic impact from visitors staying in hotels, dining out, gassing up, shopping, and having fun.

“The FHSAA meet is a fast, exciting meet featuring the best high school swimmers in the state. Past swimmers in this marquee event have broken national records and recently went on to the Olympics and won gold in Rio,” said Todd Foust, Special Facilities Administrator, Martin County Parks & Recreation Department.

In collaboration with the local host schools, Jensen Beach High School and South Fork High School, the Martin County Parks & Recreation Department will provide operational management and coordination, with support from the Treasure Coast Sports Commission.

Sports tourism at the high school and collegiate level, as exemplified by the FHSAA Swimming and Diving Finals, continues to grow in importance as a driver of business for Martin County and the Treasure Coast. A good portion of credit for the quality of this year’s event will go to our hospitality sponsors: Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Charlie’s Neighborhood Grill, Chick-fil-A of Stuart, Hurricane Grill and Wings, Mulligan’s, Ooo La La Catering, Papa John’s, Smoothie King and The Quiet Crab.

For more information about the Sailfish Splash Aquatic Athletics Center and Waterpark and the Martin County Parks & Recreation Department, call 772-221-1328 or email tfoust@martin.fl.us.

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John Hicks March 21, 1951 – October 30, 2016

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John Charles Hicks Jr. (born March 21, 1951) is a former American football offensive lineman in the National Football League. He is best remembered for being the last lineman to be runner-up in the vote for the Heisman Trophy.

In 1970, Hicks came onto the Buckeye scene and won the job as a starting tackle. He unfortunately missed his sophomore year due to a knee injury, but rebounded to put together two spectacular seasons in 1972 and 1973. During Hicks’ three years, Ohio State posted a 28-3-1 record, and each year, Ohio State won the Big Ten Championship and went to the Rose Bowl, making Hicks the first person from OSU to play in three Rose Bowls.

In 1972 Hicks was recognized as a First Team All-America selection and earned his first of two All-Big Ten honors. He repeated his All-Conference honors his senior year and again earned All-America honors, this time as a unanimous selection. His stellar senior season and dominance of the line of scrimmage caught the eye of the voters as Hicks won the Lombardi Award as the nation’s most outstanding lineman and the Outland Trophy as the nation’s best interior lineman.

The 6-3, 258 pound tackle started as a sophomore in 1970, freshman weren’t eligible, and helped them go to the Rose Bowl. In 1971, he started off the season in dominant fashion before injuring his knee and missing the last six games of the season. He came back to become an All-American in 1972 helping the Buckeyes to go back to the Rose Bowl. Then he had his monster 1973 season. A first round draft pick of the New York Giants, injuries would put a halt to his pro career.

Hicks was the first player to ever start in three Rose Bowls and was part of a monster Ohio State team. The unbeaten Buckeyes lost to Stanford 27-17 in the 1971 Rose Bowl. Next year at the 1973 game, Ohio State got steamrolled by USC 42-17. But the 1974 Rose Bowl game would be unbeaten Ohio State’s year to steamroll USC 42-21 as Hicks (Archie Griffin, Pete Johnson?) led the way to 323 rushing yards.

Hicks played for the New York Giants from 1974 through 1977. In April 1978, the Giants traded Hicks to the Pittsburgh Steelers in exchange for offensive lineman Jim Clack and wide receiver Ernie Pough. Hicks never played for the Steelers.

Hicks is married to his wife Cindy, the father of three daughters and one son, and has three granddaughters and one grandson.

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John Hicks was a friend and business associate and I was deeply saddened by the news of his passing.

I originally met John when he was still in school. A friend of mine was, at the time, dorm administrator of Stradley Hall (the athletic dorm).

I again had the privilege  of meeting John in 1975 when circumstances presented an opportunity to enter into a business enterprise with the newly crowned NFL “Rookie of the Year”. Our venture only lasted one year but what an interesting year it was.

John did the best imitation of Woody Hayes, whom he and many of the team affectionately called “the old man”, I have ever heard.

John Hicks wasn’t just among the greats ever to play football at Ohio State, he was “a giant,” two-time Heisman Trophy winner Archie Griffin said. “In all that he did, he was a giant on and off the field.”

John passed away overnight due to complications from diabetes, his family acknowledged. He was 65.

“I knew this was coming, but it just hurts to know that he’s gone,” Griffin told The Columbus Dispatch.

A two-time All-American in 1972 and ’73, Hicks won both the Outland Trophy and the Lombardi Award in ’73 as the nation’s outstanding lineman. He also finished second in the Heisman Trophy voting that season, a monumental achievement for a right tackle.

He later was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame, the Ohio State athletics hall of fame and the hall of fame for the Rose Bowl, in which he started for the Buckeyes in trips there after the 1970, ’72 and ’73 seasons. He was a first-round draft pick of the New York Giants in 1974 but injuries blunted his pro career.

“Everyone knows what he did on the field,” Griffin said. “But overall, he was just a terrific man. What he did off the field was also unbelievable.”

Along with founding and running his own real estate development company, Hicks was deeply involved in myriad organizations, including the Boys and Girls Club of Central Ohio and the Central Ohio Diabetes Association, and the Greater Columbus Sports Commission.

He also was known to never turn down a call from his former teammates and other Buckeyes, being given the nickname “The Godfather” by his fellow Ohio State alumni, and for all the right reasons, Griffin said.

“Anytime someone needed help they’d call John,” Griffin said.

Among the causes Hicks took up was that of former Buckeyes and NFL safety Jack Tatum, whose battle with the ravages of diabetes eventually led to his untimely death at 61 in 2010. Hicks arranged several fund-raising efforts to help defray the costs of Tatum’s plight.

“He’d be organizing folks to help, whoever it was that needed the help,” Griffin said, his voice cracking with emotion. “He was just unbelievable, man.”

Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith, a Cleveland native like Hicks, seconded that notion.

“I have known John since I was in high school in Cleveland; he was one of my idols,” said Smith, who went on to play football at Notre Dame in the mid-1970s. “His impact on our community cannot be measured. He was a man’s man.”

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Buttonwood Tennis Club
Serves Hope With Season Opener

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Buttonwood Tennis Club is gearing up for its third annual Charity Doubles Championships to benefit House of Hope Nov. 4-6, 2016. This year’s event promises to be bigger and better than before.

As the tennis season kickoff, the opening night of the tournament features a new “Serve Some Hope” VIP party, starting at 5 p.m. Various tasting stations will provide specialties from local restaurants including: Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza, Basil Garden, La Forchetta, Importico’s Bakery Café, New England Fish Market, Tausha’s Seafood and The Twisted Tuna. Decadent dessert is being supplied by SmallCakes Cupcakery and Creamery while all the evening’s offerings are to be expertly paired with craft beer and wine selections by The House of Brews. Party attendees will enjoy VIP seating to watch the Friday night’s Pro-Am competition which begins at 7 p.m. pairing tennis professionals from area clubs with amateurs for the entertaining and spirited matches. Admission to the VIP Party is $50 for the general public and $25 for players registered for the tournament.

Throughout the three-day tennis tournament spectators are welcome to enjoy watching the competition for free. Play begins at 8 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. Food trucks will be on-site along with beverages, bake sale goodies and silent auction items for the duration of the tournament — all to raise funds for House of Hope.

Lead sponsors of the tournament include Stuart News/TCPalm, IP Blue Software Solutions; Dairy Queen; Manatee Pocket Yacht Sales; Craig Karraker, State Farm insurance agent; Robert J. Watson, P.A.; Reich, Mancini & Zequiera; and Ted Glasrud Associates. Sponsorship opportunities are still available.

Jeff Wilson, director of tennis at Buttonwood, will organize the draw and set the starting times for teams. Registration is now open for players to sign up and the community or club with the most registered players by Nov. 2 will win the inaugural Hope Cup perpetual trophy.

At the completion of play, awards will be presented in the following men’s and ladies’ divisions:

6.0-6.5 Combo = 3.0/3.0 or 3.0/3.5
7.0-7.5 Combo = 3.5/3.5 or 3.5/4.0
8.0-8.5 Combo = 4.0/4.0 or 4.0/4.5
Open
Senior = 65 years and older

For more information about the tournament or Buttonwood Tennis Club, 400 N.W. Baker Road, Stuart, call the club at (772) 692-9088. To sign up to play in the tournament, attend the VIP party or to sponsor this event, visit www.hohmartin.org.

About House of Hope

Founded in 1984, House of Hope now touches the lives of about 6,000 per month with services that include basic needs — food, clothing, furniture, financial assistance — and long-term case management that helps people build life skills for a more self-sufficient future. The agency has service centers and thrift stores in Stuart, Hobe Sound, Indiantown and Jensen Beach.

For more information about House of Hope, call (772) 286-4673 or visit www.hohmartin.org

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Palm City Olympian
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Vero Beach — Natalia Martin, FEI Freestyle Demonstration on Emmy (the super talented 7 year old Dutch mare that is for sale). “Emmy was amazing and stepped up to the plate for me as usual. I could not be prouder of this amazing girl”.

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Vero Beach — Natalia Martin, FEI Freestyle Demonstration on Emmy (the super talented 7 year old Dutch mare that is for sale). “Emmy was amazing and stepped up to the plate for me as usual. I could not be prouder of this amazing girl”.

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Martin County High School Cheerleaders Compete In Daytona

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Daytona — Using the theme “Go For The Gold”, Martin County High School Cheerleaders dressed as Olympians at 2016 UCA cheer camp.

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Martin County High School Swimming

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Martin County Senior Madeline Foust swim to a first place finish in the girls 100 yd backstroke tonight at the Martin County Swim & Dive Championship meet tonight at Sailfish Splash. Martin County Girls & Boys came out on top over Jensen Beach, South Fork and The Pine School.

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Martin County High School Swimming

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Martin County Sophomore Dorian Fejzuli swims the girls 200 Individual Medley tonight at Martin County Swim & Dive County Championship at Sailfish Splash. Martin County Girls & Boys won beating out South Fork, Jensen Beach and The Pine School.

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Martin County Girls and Boys Swim & Dive claim County Championship tonight at Sailfish Splash.

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MEGA YACHT CENTER OPENS IN FORT PIERCE

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Fort Pierce — Introducing the Fort Pierce Yachting Center (FPYC), the Treasure Coasts’ newest large yacht Facility and Marina.

Current plans are to include catering to the Mega Yacht Community, up to 500 ft., and capable of all aspects of marine repairs and maintenance.

Fort Pierce Yachting Center (FPYC) has over 40,000 sq. ft. of warehouse space available for tenants.

Future plans are to include a dry dock and large marine travel lift with 12 large work space sheds accommodating 140-200 ft. yachts. Our new tenant list will include world renowned refit companies and other specialty marine manufactures.

The facility features approx. 1300 linear feet of deep water access (over 20ft) at the dock. No vertical restrictions (bridges, powerline, etc.) to the ocean with a scenic 2.3 mile uninhibited access from the facility to the ocean/inlet.

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MARTIN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL JV VOLLEYBALL

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The Martin County Tigers JV volleyball team won Tuesday’s home conference match against Fort Pierce Central High School by a score of 2-0.
JV won both games.

Coach For the team is Mckenzie Shafer – Martin County JV Volleyball

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Japan’s Kohei Uchimura runs up $4,954 playing Pokemon Go

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TOKYO — Japanese Olympic gymnast Kohei Uchimura might be a record six-time world champion, but he won’t be encountering much success in his “Pokemon Go” efforts after running up a huge roaming bill in Rio.

Uchimura was stunned to receive a 500,000 yen ($4,954) mobile phone bill after he played the popular augmented-reality game, Kyodo news agency reported Tuesday. What must make the situation even more frustrating for Uchimura is that “Pokemon Go” has not even been released in Brazil yet, so his chances of success were nil.

“He looked dead at the team meal that day,” teammate Kenzo Shirai said, according to Kyodo.

Thankfully for him, his Japanese carrier service agreed to reduce his bill to a 3,000 yen (around $30) daily all-you-can-use contract, Kyodo said.

“I really lucked out,” Uchimura said, according to Kyodo.

Uchimura is the reigning gold medalist in the men’s all-around competition. He has said he is just as committed to a Japan team gold in Rio de Janeiro as he is to winning a personal title.

Nikkan Sports newspaper predicted, “Uchimura may not get any Pokemon, but he will surely get gold.”

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South Florida Surf Youth Team Camp

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Port St. Lucie – On Monday, August 1st was the first day of the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

The event is being sponsored by Colorado Pawn & Jewelry located in Port St. Lucie & Stuart. Today twenty six kids
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South Florida Surf is an semi-professional soccer team based out of Port St. Lucie, FL. They compete in the Premier Development League, governed by the USL.

For more information please call: 772-287-7111 / Email: info@southfloridasurfsc.com / Website:http://www.southfloridasurfsc.com

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Port St. Lucie – On Monday, August 1st was the first day of the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

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Port St. Lucie – On Monday, August 1st was the first day of the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

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Port St. Lucie – On Monday, August 1st was the first day of the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

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Port St. Lucie – On Monday, August 1st was the first day of the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

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were having fun learning new techniques from the Professional players and head coach of the South Florida Surf Team at the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie.

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Port St. Lucie – On Monday, August 1st was the first day of the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

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were having fun learning new techniques from the Professional players and head coach of the South Florida Surf Team at the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie.

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South Florida Surf Youth Team Camp

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Port St. Lucie – On Monday, August 1st was the first day of the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

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were having fun learning new techniques from the Professional players and head coach of the South Florida Surf Team at the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie.

South Florida Surf is an semi-professional soccer team based out of Port St. Lucie, FL. They compete in the Premier Development League, governed by the USL.

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Port St. Lucie – On Monday, August 1st was the first day of the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

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were having fun learning new techniques from the Professional players and head coach of the South Florida Surf Team at the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie.

South Florida Surf is an semi-professional soccer team based out of Port St. Lucie, FL. They compete in the Premier Development League, governed by the USL.

For more information please call: 772-287-7111 / Email: info@southfloridasurfsc.com / Website:http://www.southfloridasurfsc.com

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Port St. Lucie – On Monday, August 1st was the first day of the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

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were having fun learning new techniques from the Professional players and head coach of the South Florida Surf Team at the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie.

South Florida Surf is an semi-professional soccer team based out of Port St. Lucie, FL. They compete in the Premier Development League, governed by the USL.

For more information please call: 772-287-7111 / Email: info@southfloridasurfsc.com / Website:http://www.southfloridasurfsc.com

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Port St. Lucie – On Monday, August 1st was the first day of the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

The event is being sponsored by Colorado Pawn & Jewelry located in Port St. Lucie & Stuart. Today twenty six kids
were having fun learning new techniques from the Professional players and head coach of the South Florida Surf Team at the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie.

South Florida Surf is an semi-professional soccer team based out of Port St. Lucie, FL. They compete in the Premier Development League, governed by the USL.

For more information please call: 772-287-7111 / Email: info@southfloridasurfsc.com / Website:http://www.southfloridasurfsc.com

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560 NW University Blvd
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Port St. Lucie – On Monday, August 1st was the first day of the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

The event is being sponsored by Colorado Pawn & Jewelry located in Port St. Lucie & Stuart. Today twenty six kids
were having fun learning new techniques from the Professional players and head coach of the South Florida Surf Team at the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie.

South Florida Surf is an semi-professional soccer team based out of Port St. Lucie, FL. They compete in the Premier Development League, governed by the USL.

For more information please call: 772-287-7111 / Email: info@southfloridasurfsc.com / Website:http://www.southfloridasurfsc.com

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560 NW University Blvd
Port St Lucie, FL 34986

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Port St. Lucie – On Monday, August 1st was the first day of the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

The event is being sponsored by Colorado Pawn & Jewelry located in Port St. Lucie & Stuart. Today twenty six kids
were having fun learning new techniques from the Professional players and head coach of the South Florida Surf Team at the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie.

South Florida Surf is an semi-professional soccer team based out of Port St. Lucie, FL. They compete in the Premier Development League, governed by the USL.

For more information please call: 772-287-7111 / Email: info@southfloridasurfsc.com / Website:http://www.southfloridasurfsc.com

Stadium Address:
560 NW University Blvd
Port St Lucie, FL 34986

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South Florida Surf Youth Team Camp

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Port St. Lucie – On Monday, August 1st was the first day of the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

The event is being sponsored by Colorado Pawn & Jewelry located in Port St. Lucie & Stuart. Today twenty six kids
were having fun learning new techniques from the Professional players and head coach of the South Florida Surf Team at the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie.

South Florida Surf is an semi-professional soccer team based out of Port St. Lucie, FL. They compete in the Premier Development League, governed by the USL.

For more information please call: 772-287-7111 / Email: info@southfloridasurfsc.com / Website:http://www.southfloridasurfsc.com

Stadium Address:
560 NW University Blvd
Port St Lucie, FL 34986

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South Florida Surf Youth Team Camp

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Port St. Lucie – On Monday, August 1st was the first day of the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

The event is being sponsored by Colorado Pawn & Jewelry located in Port St. Lucie & Stuart. Today twenty six kids
were having fun learning new techniques from the Professional players and head coach of the South Florida Surf Team at the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie.

South Florida Surf is an semi-professional soccer team based out of Port St. Lucie, FL. They compete in the Premier Development League, governed by the USL.

For more information please call: 772-287-7111 / Email: info@southfloridasurfsc.com / Website:http://www.southfloridasurfsc.com

Stadium Address:
560 NW University Blvd
Port St Lucie, FL 34986

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South Florida Surf Youth Team Camp

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Port St. Lucie – On Monday, August 1st was the first day of the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

The event is being sponsored by Colorado Pawn & Jewelry located in Port St. Lucie & Stuart. Today twenty six kids
were having fun learning new techniques from the Professional players and head coach of the South Florida Surf Team at the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie.

South Florida Surf is an semi-professional soccer team based out of Port St. Lucie, FL. They compete in the Premier Development League, governed by the USL.

For more information please call: 772-287-7111 / Email: info@southfloridasurfsc.com / Website:http://www.southfloridasurfsc.com

Stadium Address:
560 NW University Blvd
Port St Lucie, FL 34986

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South Florida Surf Youth Team Camp

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Port St. Lucie – On Monday, August 1st was the first day of the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

The event is being sponsored by Colorado Pawn & Jewelry located in Port St. Lucie & Stuart. Today twenty six kids
were having fun learning new techniques from the Professional players and head coach of the South Florida Surf Team at the South Florida Surf Camp in Port St. Lucie.

South Florida Surf is an semi-professional soccer team based out of Port St. Lucie, FL. They compete in the Premier Development League, governed by the USL.

For more information please call: 772-287-7111 / Email: info@southfloridasurfsc.com / Website:http://www.southfloridasurfsc.com

Stadium Address:
560 NW University Blvd
Port St Lucie, FL 34986

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Treasure Coast Rowing Club Sees Great Success at Halifax Summer Regatta

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Palm City — Treasure Coast Rowing Club Competed at the Halifax Summer Regatta this past weekend. They had 11 junior entries and 8 masters entries. There were plenty of brand new rowers competing this weekend, and every athlete who competed walked away with at least 1 medal, most had 2+! Our organization is very excited for the success of our team and plan to continue being competitive into the fall racing season. Now is a great time to get involved, we are currently looking for high school aged boys and girls to start learning to row for the fall season (Mid August- Mid November). We are also looking for new masters rowers (ages 20+). Our club is also looking for sponsors for our Run to Row fundraising event, check out the chamber’s non profit event page for more information on how to help these kids continue competing at the highest level! Call us at 772-444-6006 for more information.

Halifax Summer Regatta Results-1000m Sprint July 23 & 24 2016

Saturday July 23rd Juniors Regatta
Men’s Jr. Pair 2 2nd
Men’s Jr. Novice 1x 3rd
Women’s Middle School 8+ 1st
Mixed Jr. Novice 2x 1st
Mixed Middle School 8+ 2nd
Women’s Jr. 8+ 3rd
Men’s Jr. Novice 4+ 2nd
Women’s Jr Quad 4x 3rd
Mixed Jr. 8+ 2nd

Total Athletes 26
Total Medals 50

Sunday July 24th Masters Regatta
Men’s Masters 1x 3rd
Women’s Masters 4x 1st
Men’s Masters 2x 1st
Men’s Parent/Child 2x 2nd
Mixed Masters 4x (2 entries) 1st & 3rd

Total Athletes 8
Total Medals 17

Get involved today! Call us at 772-444-6006. No experience necessary!

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FC TREASURE COAST SOCCER

LOOKING FORWARD TO 2016/2017 SEASON

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In photo: Kevin Nichols – Rec Coordinator, Mako Soccer Club, Eric Arbuzow – FC Treasure Coast Technical Director, Pete DiBernardo – President, Mako Soccer Club, Tom Power – Director of Coaching, FC Florida, Victor Nunes – President, Port St. Lucie Soccer Club

Port St. Lucie — The competitive soccer programs of Mako Soccer, PSL Hurricanes and FC Florida is combining to form the FC Treasure Coast Soccer program. Tom Power of FC Treasure Coast and FC Florida said he and the FCF board were very excited to be working with the clubs in PSL to form this new opportunity for the soccer players in PSL and surrounding areas.

“This has been a long time coming but we feel that with so many good people involved its going to be a great experience for not only the players but also the parents. What an awesome adventure this will be for everyone with all the clubs in the area all pulling together for the benefit of the young athletes. We look forward to the 2016/17 season as one club working together, GO FC TREASURE COAST”

Victor Nunes, President, PSL Soccer Club and Christina Shaw, Vice President, PSL Soccer Club: “The Board of Directors at PSL Soccer Club collectively looks forward to the 2016/2017 Competitive Season with great anticipation and enthusiasm. This partnership will yield the kind of opportunities that the young athletes of Port St Lucie and the surrounding areas need, and so greatly deserve. This collaboration affords us the ability to provide all the necessary tools and resources to help EVERY player succeed, and with such an emphasis being placed on player development the sky is the limit for these eager young athletes!”

Pete DiBernardo, President of Mako Soccer: “The board of directors at Mako Soccer are extremely excited about the plethora of opportunities that this collaboration will bring to all young athletes in the area. Working together will allow all three organizations to combine resources and truly emphasize the development of the athletes as well as provide a clear and precise path to assist them in achieving whatever their goals may be in the sport.”

Pete stated that teams are being formed for the Fall 2016 season. The organizations very much appreciate the dedication and support of the coaches, parents, families and the players.

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FC TREASURE COAST SOCCER

LOOKING FORWARD TO 2016/2017 SEASON

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Port St. Lucie — The competitive soccer programs of Mako Soccer, PSL Hurricanes and FC Florida is combining to form the FC Treasure Coast Soccer program. Tom Power of FC Treasure Coast and FC Florida said he and the FCF board were very excited to be working with the clubs in PSL to form this new opportunity for the soccer players in PSL and surrounding areas.

“This has been a long time coming but we feel that with so many good people involved its going to be a great experience for not only the players but also the parents. What an awesome adventure this will be for everyone with all the clubs in the area all pulling together for the benefit of the young athletes. We look forward to the 2016/17 season as one club working together, GO FC TREASURE COAST”

Victor Nunes, President, PSL Soccer Club and Christina Shaw, Vice President, PSL Soccer Club: “The Board of Directors at PSL Soccer Club collectively looks forward to the 2016/2017 Competitive Season with great anticipation and enthusiasm. This partnership will yield the kind of opportunities that the young athletes of Port St Lucie and the surrounding areas need, and so greatly deserve. This collaboration affords us the ability to provide all the necessary tools and resources to help EVERY player succeed, and with such an emphasis being placed on player development the sky is the limit for these eager young athletes!”

Pete DiBernardo, President of Mako Soccer: “The board of directors at Mako Soccer are extremely excited about the plethora of opportunities that this collaboration will bring to all young athletes in the area. Working together will allow all three organizations to combine resources and truly emphasize the development of the athletes as well as provide a clear and precise path to assist them in achieving whatever their goals may be in the sport.”

Pete stated that teams are being formed for the Fall 2016 season. The organizations very much appreciate the dedication and support of the coaches, parents, families and the players.

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South East Florida Honor Flight

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Honor Flight is a non-profit organization created solely to honor America’s WWII 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.

Contact: 772-781-2212

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FC TREASURE COAST SOCCER

LOOKING FORWARD TO 2016/2017 SEASON

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Port St. Lucie — The competitive soccer programs of Mako Soccer, PSL Hurricanes and FC Florida is combining to form the FC Treasure Coast Soccer program. Tom Power of FC Treasure Coast and FC Florida said he and the FCF board were very excited to be working with the clubs in PSL to form this new opportunity for the soccer players in PSL and surrounding areas.

“This has been a long time coming but we feel that with so many good people involved its going to be a great experience for not only the players but also the parents. What an awesome adventure this will be for everyone with all the clubs in the area all pulling together for the benefit of the young athletes. We look forward to the 2016/17 season as one club working together, GO FC TREASURE COAST”

Victor Nunes, President, PSL Soccer Club and Christina Shaw, Vice President, PSL Soccer Club: “The Board of Directors at PSL Soccer Club collectively looks forward to the 2016/2017 Competitive Season with great anticipation and enthusiasm. This partnership will yield the kind of opportunities that the young athletes of Port St Lucie and the surrounding areas need, and so greatly deserve. This collaboration affords us the ability to provide all the necessary tools and resources to help EVERY player succeed, and with such an emphasis being placed on player development the sky is the limit for these eager young athletes!”

Pete DiBernardo, President of Mako Soccer: “The board of directors at Mako Soccer are extremely excited about the plethora of opportunities that this collaboration will bring to all young athletes in the area. Working together will allow all three organizations to combine resources and truly emphasize the development of the athletes as well as provide a clear and precise path to assist them in achieving whatever their goals may be in the sport.”

Pete stated that teams are being formed for the Fall 2016 season. The organizations very much appreciate the dedication and support of the coaches, parents, families and the players.

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FC TREASURE COAST SOCCER

LOOKING FORWARD TO 2016/2017 SEASON

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Port St. Lucie — The competitive soccer programs of Mako Soccer, PSL Hurricanes and FC Florida is combining to form the FC Treasure Coast Soccer program. Tom Power of FC Treasure Coast and FC Florida said he and the FCF board were very excited to be working with the clubs in PSL to form this new opportunity for the soccer players in PSL and surrounding areas.

“This has been a long time coming but we feel that with so many good people involved its going to be a great experience for not only the players but also the parents. What an awesome adventure this will be for everyone with all the clubs in the area all pulling together for the benefit of the young athletes. We look forward to the 2016/17 season as one club working together, GO FC TREASURE COAST”

Victor Nunes, President, PSL Soccer Club and Christina Shaw, Vice President, PSL Soccer Club: “The Board of Directors at PSL Soccer Club collectively looks forward to the 2016/2017 Competitive Season with great anticipation and enthusiasm. This partnership will yield the kind of opportunities that the young athletes of Port St Lucie and the surrounding areas need, and so greatly deserve. This collaboration affords us the ability to provide all the necessary tools and resources to help EVERY player succeed, and with such an emphasis being placed on player development the sky is the limit for these eager young athletes!”

Pete DiBernardo, President of Mako Soccer: “The board of directors at Mako Soccer are extremely excited about the plethora of opportunities that this collaboration will bring to all young athletes in the area. Working together will allow all three organizations to combine resources and truly emphasize the development of the athletes as well as provide a clear and precise path to assist them in achieving whatever their goals may be in the sport.”

Pete stated that teams are being formed for the Fall 2016 season. The organizations very much appreciate the dedication and support of the coaches, parents, families and the players.

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Impressions Fine Automotive Detailing

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FC TREASURE COAST SOCCER

LOOKING FORWARD TO 2016/2017 SEASON

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Port St. Lucie — The competitive soccer programs of Mako Soccer, PSL Hurricanes and FC Florida is combining to form the FC Treasure Coast Soccer program. Tom Power of FC Treasure Coast and FC Florida said he and the FCF board were very excited to be working with the clubs in PSL to form this new opportunity for the soccer players in PSL and surrounding areas.

“This has been a long time coming but we feel that with so many good people involved its going to be a great experience for not only the players but also the parents. What an awesome adventure this will be for everyone with all the clubs in the area all pulling together for the benefit of the young athletes. We look forward to the 2016/17 season as one club working together, GO FC TREASURE COAST”

Victor Nunes, President, PSL Soccer Club and Christina Shaw, Vice President, PSL Soccer Club: “The Board of Directors at PSL Soccer Club collectively looks forward to the 2016/2017 Competitive Season with great anticipation and enthusiasm. This partnership will yield the kind of opportunities that the young athletes of Port St Lucie and the surrounding areas need, and so greatly deserve. This collaboration affords us the ability to provide all the necessary tools and resources to help EVERY player succeed, and with such an emphasis being placed on player development the sky is the limit for these eager young athletes!”

Pete DiBernardo, President of Mako Soccer: “The board of directors at Mako Soccer are extremely excited about the plethora of opportunities that this collaboration will bring to all young athletes in the area. Working together will allow all three organizations to combine resources and truly emphasize the development of the athletes as well as provide a clear and precise path to assist them in achieving whatever their goals may be in the sport.”

Pete stated that teams are being formed for the Fall 2016 season. The organizations very much appreciate the dedication and support of the coaches, parents, families and the players.

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Martin County Parks & Recreation Youth Sports Summer Camps

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The Martin County Parks & Recreation Department and USA Sports Institute will be hosting several youth sports camps throughout the summer at Halpatiokee Regional Park, 8303 SE Lost River Rd, Stuart, FL for children ages 3 – 12 years old beginning June 27, 2016. Camps include multi-sport options as well as recreational soccer. The camps are as follows;

TOTAL PLAY MULTI SPORTS: Experience over 16 different sports from around the world including, soccer, basketball, lacrosse, volleyball, disc-golf, cricket, floor hockey and many more. All activities will take place in an atmosphere which promotes good sportsmanship, teamwork and most of all, fun. Campers will receive technical instruction, have the chance experience the sport in a realistic game situation, and will participate in the exciting USSI World Cup Competition. All participants will receive a t-shirt and certificate. This is the only sports camp truly dedicated to children of all abilities. June 27 to July 1 & Aug. 1 to 5, Ages 6 to 12, 8:30am to 2pm, $170.00/week

TOTAL SPORTS SQUIRTS: This camp introduces children to a variety of sports such as soccer, basketball, lacrosse, hockey and T-Ball and more! All classes will take place in a safe, structured environment which is sure to encourage learning and skill development. Games and drills are designed to capture each child’s imagination. Whether it is trying to find Nemo, sending Shrek into a spin or capturing jellyfish with Sponge Bob Square Pants, there’s fun to be had by all. All activities promote hand-eye coordination, movement, balance and most importantly Fun, Fun, Fun! June 27 to July 1& Aug.1 to 5, Ages 3 to 5, 5:30 to 6:30pm, $50/week

FIRST PLAY SOCCER: Experience the excitement of the world’s most popular sport. Children will thrive on the exciting and enjoyable atmosphere generated by highly qualified, international coaches. Participants will engage in a variety of fun games and challenges designed to enhance basic soccer skills; dribbling, passing, shooting and field awareness. Each day culminates in a World Cup tournament, where players have the chance to put their skills to the test in small sided and regular soccer scrimmages. The sole focus is on developing a basic understanding of the game and experiencing the excitement of soccer through the freedom of play. July 11 to 15, 8:30am to 2pm, Ages 6 to 12, $170/week

SOCCER SQUIRTS: Often imitated, but never duplicated, this camp provides an introduction to the beautiful game of soccer in a fun filled, safe environment. The program is a 5 day mini-camp, comprising of enjoyable and imaginative games and scrimmages. Soccer Squirts is designed to develop motor skills, balance and coordination within a low pressure social environment. The camp schedule includes a range of games based upon, short passing, dribbling, turning and of course shooting. As well as not forgetting the most important aspect… FUN, FUN, FUN! July 11 to 15, 5:30 to 6:30pm, Ages 3 to 5, $50/week

Call for more information 772-221-1419 or sign up online http://econnect.martin.fl.us

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Treasure Coast Renegades/Treasure Coast NFL Flag Football Celebrate Popularity

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In photo: (Front row L to R) Dawn Engler, Heather Azzeredo, Natalie Davis, Santiago Perdomo, Devon Lewis, Alfred Yates, (Back row L to R) Keith Engler, Mike Demers, Jose Ros, Kevin Davis, Rob Perkins

Port St. Lucie — Kevin Davis, President of the Treasure Coast Renegades, is pleased to see the Treasure Coast NFL Flag Football program grow from 75 to 165 players from Spring 2014 to 2016 with 225+ players expected in 2017.

NFL Football is affiliated with the Treasure Coast league providing access to volume priced uniforms and equipment while providing rules for the program. The NFL Flag program draws boys and girls from Ft. Pierce to Port Salerno and beyond.

Kevin sees NFL Flag as an affordable option for kids to play non contact football and for fall Renegades tackle players to compete year round. The fee for the spring flag season is just $85 per player.

The flag program is run by Kevin, Rob Perkins, along with a dedicated board members from the Treasure Coast Renegades Football and Cheer program. Just like the NFL, there is a NFL Flag Draft of players for each team. All players work out before the draft and 100% of players are drafted into the league.

Spring flag is played on two fields at Turtle Run Park in Port St Lucie with one hour practices before each one hour game. The league very much appreciates the support from the Port St. Lucie Parks and Recreation Department in maintaining the fields, park and playground area.

The Renegades Fall Football and Cheer also practices at Turtle Run Park while playing home games at John Carroll High School. The Renegades play in the BYFCA, Brevard County Youth Football & Cheerleading Association, consisting of 12 leagues from Port St. Lucie to Titusville.

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2016 Palm City Chamber Clay Shoot

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Palm City — The Palm City Chamber of Commerce held their 1st Annual clay shooting tournament on Saturday day at the South Florida Shooting Club in western Martin County.

Twenty-eight teams of four people came out, this was the 1st year the event was at the shooting club and Shooters tried their hand at 15 different clay shooting stations.

The event stared at 10 AM and wrapped up around 2 PM, Organizers said they expect to raise over $12,000.

This years event is a perfect example of necessity being the mother of invention. The annual golf tournament had to be cancelled because of the multi-million dollar renovations currently underway a Piper’s Landing Golf Club.

Carolyn Davie President of the Palm City Chamber and Barbara Esennwine, Chamber Board member the event organizer, said; “money from the event goes toward supporting educational and other community events sponsored by the chamber of commerce,”.

They went on to say they expect next years turnout to be even bigger.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make the 1st annual Sporting Clay shoot a huge success. Don’t know what the chamber would do without you all.

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2016 Palm City Chamber Clay Shoot

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Palm City — The Palm City Chamber of Commerce held their 1st Annual clay shooting tournament on Saturday day at the South Florida Shooting Club in western Martin County.

Twenty-eight teams of four people came out, this was the 1st year the event was at the shooting club and Shooters tried their hand at 15 different clay shooting stations.

The event stared at 10 AM and wrapped up around 2 PM, Organizers said they expect to raise over $12,000.

This years event is a perfect example of necessity being the mother of invention. The annual golf tournament had to be cancelled because of the multi-million dollar renovations currently underway a Piper’s Landing Golf Club.

Carolyn Davie President of the Palm City Chamber and Barbara Esennwine, Chamber Board member the event organizer, said; “money from the event goes toward supporting educational and other community events sponsored by the chamber of commerce,”.

They went on to say they expect next years turnout to be even bigger.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make the 1st annual Sporting Clay shoot a huge success. Don’t know what the chamber would do without you all.

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2016 Palm City Chamber Clay Shoot

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Palm City — The Palm City Chamber of Commerce held their 1st Annual clay shooting tournament on Saturday day at the South Florida Shooting Club in western Martin County.

Twenty-eight teams of four people came out, this was the 1st year the event was at the shooting club and Shooters tried their hand at 15 different clay shooting stations.

The event stared at 10 AM and wrapped up around 2 PM, Organizers said they expect to raise over $12,000.

This years event is a perfect example of necessity being the mother of invention. The annual golf tournament had to be cancelled because of the multi-million dollar renovations currently underway a Piper’s Landing Golf Club.

Carolyn Davie President of the Palm City Chamber and Barbara Esennwine, Chamber Board member the event organizer, said; “money from the event goes toward supporting educational and other community events sponsored by the chamber of commerce,”.

They went on to say they expect next years turnout to be even bigger.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make the 1st annual Sporting Clay shoot a huge success. Don’t know what the chamber would do without you all.

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Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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2016 Palm City Chamber Clay Shoot

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Palm City — The Palm City Chamber of Commerce held their 1st Annual clay shooting tournament on Saturday day at the South Florida Shooting Club in western Martin County.

Twenty-eight teams of four people came out, this was the 1st year the event was at the shooting club and Shooters tried their hand at 15 different clay shooting stations.

The event stared at 10 AM and wrapped up around 2 PM, Organizers said they expect to raise over $12,000.

This years event is a perfect example of necessity being the mother of invention. The annual golf tournament had to be cancelled because of the multi-million dollar renovations currently underway a Piper’s Landing Golf Club.

Carolyn Davie President of the Palm City Chamber and Barbara Esennwine, Chamber Board member the event organizer, said; “money from the event goes toward supporting educational and other community events sponsored by the chamber of commerce,”.

They went on to say they expect next years turnout to be even bigger.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make the 1st annual Sporting Clay shoot a huge success. Don’t know what the chamber would do without you all.

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2016 Palm City Chamber Clay Shoot

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Palm City — The Palm City Chamber of Commerce held their 1st Annual clay shooting tournament on Saturday day at the South Florida Shooting Club in western Martin County.

Twenty-eight teams of four people came out, this was the 1st year the event was at the shooting club and Shooters tried their hand at 15 different clay shooting stations.

The event stared at 10 AM and wrapped up around 2 PM, Organizers said they expect to raise over $12,000.

This years event is a perfect example of necessity being the mother of invention. The annual golf tournament had to be cancelled because of the multi-million dollar renovations currently underway a Piper’s Landing Golf Club.

Carolyn Davie President of the Palm City Chamber and Barbara Esennwine, Chamber Board member the event organizer, said; “money from the event goes toward supporting educational and other community events sponsored by the chamber of commerce,”.

They went on to say they expect next years turnout to be even bigger.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make the 1st annual Sporting Clay shoot a huge success. Don’t know what the chamber would do without you all.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

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South East Florida Honor Flight

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Honor Flight is a non-profit organization created solely to honor America’s WWII 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.

Contact: 772-781-2212

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2016 Palm City Chamber Clay Shoot

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Palm City — The Palm City Chamber of Commerce held their 1st Annual clay shooting tournament on Saturday day at the South Florida Shooting Club in western Martin County.

Twenty-eight teams of four people came out, this was the 1st year the event was at the shooting club and Shooters tried their hand at 15 different clay shooting stations.

The event stared at 10 AM and wrapped up around 2 PM, Organizers said they expect to raise over $12,000.

This years event is a perfect example of necessity being the mother of invention. The annual golf tournament had to be cancelled because of the multi-million dollar renovations currently underway a Piper’s Landing Golf Club.

Carolyn Davie President of the Palm City Chamber and Barbara Esennwine, Chamber Board member the event organizer, said; “money from the event goes toward supporting educational and other community events sponsored by the chamber of commerce,”.

They went on to say they expect next years turnout to be even bigger.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make the 1st annual Sporting Clay shoot a huge success. Don’t know what the chamber would do without you all.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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2016 Palm City Chamber Clay Shoot

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Palm City — The Palm City Chamber of Commerce held their 1st Annual clay shooting tournament on Saturday day at the South Florida Shooting Club in western Martin County.

Twenty-eight teams of four people came out, this was the 1st year the event was at the shooting club and Shooters tried their hand at 15 different clay shooting stations.

The event stared at 10 AM and wrapped up around 2 PM, Organizers said they expect to raise over $12,000.

This years event is a perfect example of necessity being the mother of invention. The annual golf tournament had to be cancelled because of the multi-million dollar renovations currently underway a Piper’s Landing Golf Club.

Carolyn Davie President of the Palm City Chamber and Barbara Esennwine, Chamber Board member the event organizer, said; “money from the event goes toward supporting educational and other community events sponsored by the chamber of commerce,”.

They went on to say they expect next years turnout to be even bigger.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make the 1st annual Sporting Clay shoot a huge success. Don’t know what the chamber would do without you all.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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2016 Palm City Chamber Clay Shoot

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Palm City — The Palm City Chamber of Commerce held their 1st Annual clay shooting tournament on Saturday day at the South Florida Shooting Club in western Martin County.

Twenty-eight teams of four people came out, this was the 1st year the event was at the shooting club and Shooters tried their hand at 15 different clay shooting stations.

The event stared at 10 AM and wrapped up around 2 PM, Organizers said they expect to raise over $12,000.

This years event is a perfect example of necessity being the mother of invention. The annual golf tournament had to be cancelled because of the multi-million dollar renovations currently underway a Piper’s Landing Golf Club.

Carolyn Davie President of the Palm City Chamber and Barbara Esennwine, Chamber Board member the event organizer, said; “money from the event goes toward supporting educational and other community events sponsored by the chamber of commerce,”.

They went on to say they expect next years turnout to be even bigger.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make the 1st annual Sporting Clay shoot a huge success. Don’t know what the chamber would do without you all.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

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2016 Palm City Chamber Clay Shoot

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Palm City — The Palm City Chamber of Commerce held their 1st Annual clay shooting tournament on Saturday day at the South Florida Shooting Club in western Martin County.

Twenty-eight teams of four people came out, this was the 1st year the event was at the shooting club and Shooters tried their hand at 15 different clay shooting stations.

The event stared at 10 AM and wrapped up around 2 PM, Organizers said they expect to raise over $12,000.

This years event is a perfect example of necessity being the mother of invention. The annual golf tournament had to be cancelled because of the multi-million dollar renovations currently underway a Piper’s Landing Golf Club.

Carolyn Davie President of the Palm City Chamber and Barbara Esennwine, Chamber Board member the event organizer, said; “money from the event goes toward supporting educational and other community events sponsored by the chamber of commerce,”.

They went on to say they expect next years turnout to be even bigger.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make the 1st annual Sporting Clay shoot a huge success. Don’t know what the chamber would do without you all.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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2016 Palm City Chamber Clay Shoot

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Palm City — The Palm City Chamber of Commerce held their 1st Annual clay shooting tournament on Saturday day at the South Florida Shooting Club in western Martin County.

Twenty-eight teams of four people came out, this was the 1st year the event was at the shooting club and Shooters tried their hand at 15 different clay shooting stations.

The event stared at 10 AM and wrapped up around 2 PM, Organizers said they expect to raise over $12,000.

This years event is a perfect example of necessity being the mother of invention. The annual golf tournament had to be cancelled because of the multi-million dollar renovations currently underway a Piper’s Landing Golf Club.

Carolyn Davie President of the Palm City Chamber and Barbara Esennwine, Chamber Board member the event organizer, said; “money from the event goes toward supporting educational and other community events sponsored by the chamber of commerce,”.

They went on to say they expect next years turnout to be even bigger.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make the 1st annual Sporting Clay shoot a huge success. Don’t know what the chamber would do without you all.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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2016 Palm City Chamber Clay Shoot

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Palm City — The Palm City Chamber of Commerce held their 1st Annual clay shooting tournament on Saturday day at the South Florida Shooting Club in western Martin County.

Twenty-eight teams of four people came out, this was the 1st year the event was at the shooting club and Shooters tried their hand at 15 different clay shooting stations.

The event stared at 10 AM and wrapped up around 2 PM, Organizers said they expect to raise over $12,000.

This years event is a perfect example of necessity being the mother of invention. The annual golf tournament had to be cancelled because of the multi-million dollar renovations currently underway a Piper’s Landing Golf Club.

Carolyn Davie President of the Palm City Chamber and Barbara Esennwine, Chamber Board member the event organizer, said; “money from the event goes toward supporting educational and other community events sponsored by the chamber of commerce,”.

They went on to say they expect next years turnout to be even bigger.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make the 1st annual Sporting Clay shoot a huge success. Don’t know what the chamber would do without you all.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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2016 Palm City Chamber Clay Shoot

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Palm City — The Palm City Chamber of Commerce held their 1st Annual clay shooting tournament on Saturday day at the South Florida Shooting Club in western Martin County.

Twenty-eight teams of four people came out, this was the 1st year the event was at the shooting club and Shooters tried their hand at 15 different clay shooting stations.

The event stared at 10 AM and wrapped up around 2 PM, Organizers said they expect to raise over $12,000.

This years event is a perfect example of necessity being the mother of invention. The annual golf tournament had to be cancelled because of the multi-million dollar renovations currently underway a Piper’s Landing Golf Club.

Carolyn Davie President of the Palm City Chamber and Barbara Esennwine, Chamber Board member the event organizer, said; “money from the event goes toward supporting educational and other community events sponsored by the chamber of commerce,”.

They went on to say they expect next years turnout to be even bigger.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make the 1st annual Sporting Clay shoot a huge success. Don’t know what the chamber would do without you all.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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2016 Palm City Chamber Clay Shoot

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Palm City — The Palm City Chamber of Commerce held their 1st Annual clay shooting tournament on Saturday day at the South Florida Shooting Club in western Martin County.

Twenty-eight teams of four people came out, this was the 1st year the event was at the shooting club and Shooters tried their hand at 15 different clay shooting stations.

The event stared at 10 AM and wrapped up around 2 PM, Organizers said they expect to raise over $12,000.

This years event is a perfect example of necessity being the mother of invention. The annual golf tournament had to be cancelled because of the multi-million dollar renovations currently underway a Piper’s Landing Golf Club.

Carolyn Davie President of the Palm City Chamber and Barbara Esennwine, Chamber Board member the event organizer, said; “money from the event goes toward supporting educational and other community events sponsored by the chamber of commerce,”.

They went on to say they expect next years turnout to be even bigger.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make the 1st annual Sporting Clay shoot a huge success. Don’t know what the chamber would do without you all.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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2016 Palm City Chamber Clay Shoot

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Palm City — The Palm City Chamber of Commerce held their 1st Annual clay shooting tournament on Saturday day at the South Florida Shooting Club in western Martin County.

Twenty-eight teams of four people came out, this was the 1st year the event was at the shooting club and Shooters tried their hand at 15 different clay shooting stations.

The event stared at 10 AM and wrapped up around 2 PM, Organizers said they expect to raise over $12,000.

This years event is a perfect example of necessity being the mother of invention. The annual golf tournament had to be cancelled because of the multi-million dollar renovations currently underway a Piper’s Landing Golf Club.

Carolyn Davie President of the Palm City Chamber and Barbara Esennwine, Chamber Board member the event organizer, said; “money from the event goes toward supporting educational and other community events sponsored by the chamber of commerce,”.

They went on to say they expect next years turnout to be even bigger.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make the 1st annual Sporting Clay shoot a huge success. Don’t know what the chamber would do without you all.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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2016 Palm City Chamber Clay Shoot

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2016 Palm City Chamber Clay Shoot

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In photo: Best team Essen Denistry (l to r) Ignacio Rodriguez, Stephen Dutcher, Donovan Essen and Arthur Rhomberg… congratulations

Palm City — The Palm City Chamber of Commerce held their 1st Annual clay shooting tournament on Saturday day at the South Florida Shooting Club in western Martin County.

Twenty-eight teams of four people came out, this was the 1st year the event was at the shooting club and Shooters tried their hand at 15 different clay shooting stations.

The event stared at 10 AM and wrapped up around 2 PM, Organizers said they expect to raise over $12,000.

This years event is a perfect example of necessity being the mother of invention. The annual golf tournament had to be cancelled because of the multi-million dollar renovations currently underway a Piper’s Landing Golf Club.

Carolyn Davie President of the Palm City Chamber and Barbara Esennwine, Chamber Board member the event organizer, said; “money from the event goes toward supporting educational and other community events sponsored by the chamber of commerce,”.

They went on to say they expect next years turnout to be even bigger.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make the 1st annual Sporting Clay shoot a huge success. Don’t know what the chamber would do without you all.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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2016 Palm City Chamber Clay Shoot

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In photo: Best overall individual shooter Cliff Odonnell

Palm City — The Palm City Chamber of Commerce held their 1st Annual clay shooting tournament on Saturday day at the South Florida Shooting Club in western Martin County.

Twenty-eight teams of four people came out, this was the 1st year the event was at the shooting club and Shooters tried their hand at 15 different clay shooting stations.

The event stared at 10 AM and wrapped up around 2 PM, Organizers said they expect to raise over $12,000.

This years event is a perfect example of necessity being the mother of invention. The annual golf tournament had to be cancelled because of the multi-million dollar renovations currently underway a Piper’s Landing Golf Club.

Carolyn Davie President of the Palm City Chamber and Barbara Esennwine, Chamber Board member the event organizer, said; “money from the event goes toward supporting educational and other community events sponsored by the chamber of commerce,”.

They went on to say they expect next years turnout to be even bigger.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make the 1st annual Sporting Clay shoot a huge success. Don’t know what the chamber would do without you all.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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2016 Palm City Chamber Clay Shoot

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In photo: Best overall female shooter Lolita Rodriguez

Palm City — The Palm City Chamber of Commerce held their 1st Annual clay shooting tournament on Saturday day at the South Florida Shooting Club in western Martin County.

Twenty-eight teams of four people came out, this was the 1st year the event was at the shooting club and Shooters tried their hand at 15 different clay shooting stations.

The event stared at 10 AM and wrapped up around 2 PM, Organizers said they expect to raise over $12,000.

This years event is a perfect example of necessity being the mother of invention. The annual golf tournament had to be cancelled because of the multi-million dollar renovations currently underway a Piper’s Landing Golf Club.

Carolyn Davie President of the Palm City Chamber and Barbara Esennwine, Chamber Board member the event organizer, said; “money from the event goes toward supporting educational and other community events sponsored by the chamber of commerce,”.

They went on to say they expect next years turnout to be even bigger.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make the 1st annual Sporting Clay shoot a huge success. Don’t know what the chamber would do without you all.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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2016 Palm City Chamber Clay Shoot

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In photo: Second place team (l to r) Bill Biggs, Kevin Burn and Steve Addison

Palm City — The Palm City Chamber of Commerce held their 1st Annual clay shooting tournament on Saturday day at the South Florida Shooting Club in western Martin County.

Twenty-eight teams of four people came out, this was the 1st year the event was at the shooting club and Shooters tried their hand at 15 different clay shooting stations.

The event stared at 10 AM and wrapped up around 2 PM, Organizers said they expect to raise over $12,000.

This years event is a perfect example of necessity being the mother of invention. The annual golf tournament had to be cancelled because of the multi-million dollar renovations currently underway a Piper’s Landing Golf Club.

Carolyn Davie President of the Palm City Chamber and Barbara Esennwine, Chamber Board member the event organizer, said; “money from the event goes toward supporting educational and other community events sponsored by the chamber of commerce,”.

They went on to say they expect next years turnout to be even bigger.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make the 1st annual Sporting Clay shoot a huge success. Don’t know what the chamber would do without you all.

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2016 Palm City Chamber Clay Shoot

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In photo: THE worst team (r to l) Tom Nisa, Jackie Nisa, Christine Murooney and Tom Roberts

Palm City — The Palm City Chamber of Commerce held their 1st Annual clay shooting tournament on Saturday day at the South Florida Shooting Club in western Martin County.

Twenty-eight teams of four people came out, this was the 1st year the event was at the shooting club and Shooters tried their hand at 15 different clay shooting stations.

The event stared at 10 AM and wrapped up around 2 PM, Organizers said they expect to raise over $12,000.

This years event is a perfect example of necessity being the mother of invention. The annual golf tournament had to be cancelled because of the multi-million dollar renovations currently underway a Piper’s Landing Golf Club.

Carolyn Davie President of the Palm City Chamber and Barbara Esennwine, Chamber Board member the event organizer, said; “money from the event goes toward supporting educational and other community events sponsored by the chamber of commerce,”.

They went on to say they expect next years turnout to be even bigger.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make the 1st annual Sporting Clay shoot a huge success. Don’t know what the chamber would do without you all.

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7th Annual Single Fin Showdown Retro

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In photo: Thinking of Justin Beard at 8th Single Finn, here’s to “wipe outs”, not “white outs”

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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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8th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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Autogeek 2016

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Stuart — Autogeek will hosted the 11th annual Detail Fest & Car Show this past weekend, offering a unique opportunity for car enthusiasts from around the globe to gather and celebrate their shared passion for cars!

Detail Fest was open to the public and featured car shows, product demonstrations, mini-detailing classes, food vendors and live entertainment.

Detail Fest provided a chance for fans and professionals alike to meet industry insiders and celebrities in a fun and casual setting.

Each year, awareness of Detail Fest grows and AutoGeek celebrated a record number of participants and spectators this year.

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Autogeek 2016

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Stuart — Autogeek will hosted the 11th annual Detail Fest & Car Show this past weekend, offering a unique opportunity for car enthusiasts from around the globe to gather and celebrate their shared passion for cars!

Detail Fest was open to the public and featured car shows, product demonstrations, mini-detailing classes, food vendors and live entertainment.

Detail Fest provided a chance for fans and professionals alike to meet industry insiders and celebrities in a fun and casual setting.

Each year, awareness of Detail Fest grows and AutoGeek celebrated a record number of participants and spectators this year.

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Autogeek 2016

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Stuart — Autogeek will hosted the 11th annual Detail Fest & Car Show this past weekend, offering a unique opportunity for car enthusiasts from around the globe to gather and celebrate their shared passion for cars!

Detail Fest was open to the public and featured car shows, product demonstrations, mini-detailing classes, food vendors and live entertainment.

Detail Fest provided a chance for fans and professionals alike to meet industry insiders and celebrities in a fun and casual setting.

Each year, awareness of Detail Fest grows and AutoGeek celebrated a record number of participants and spectators this year.

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Autogeek 2016

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Stuart — Autogeek will hosted the 11th annual Detail Fest & Car Show this past weekend, offering a unique opportunity for car enthusiasts from around the globe to gather and celebrate their shared passion for cars!

Detail Fest was open to the public and featured car shows, product demonstrations, mini-detailing classes, food vendors and live entertainment.

Detail Fest provided a chance for fans and professionals alike to meet industry insiders and celebrities in a fun and casual setting.

Each year, awareness of Detail Fest grows and AutoGeek celebrated a record number of participants and spectators this year.

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Stuart Middle School Over Andedrson Middle 49 -35

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Stuart — On Thursday January 14 the Stuart Middle School basketball team defeated the Anderson Middle School basketball team 49 to 35.

Stuart Middle’s Jaguars was led in scoring by Lavarious Hamilton with 15 points while Kyle Kimmel led Anderson’s Stallions in scoring with 11 points.

Players making it into the scorebook were:

For Anderson Middle: Jeremy Galinis #3: 11 pts, Dequan Gonzales #24: 8 pts, Ravon Stanberry #32: 2 pts, Lavarious Hamilton #33: 15 pts, Requan Huntley #34: 11 pts, Ryan Ubank #21: 2pts.

Scoring for Stuart Middle were: Joshua Charles #23: 4 pts, Dakota Walsh #12: 4 pts, Joshua M. Guest #11: 3 pts, Rolando J. Macedo #4: 3 pts, Bryce Cooper #5: 2 pts, Brian Daniels #35: 1 pts, Kyle Kimmel #15: 11 pts, Jonathan Babcock #24: 6 pts.

Head coaches Dwayne Mincey for the Stallions and Terrence Powell for the Jaguars noted both played hard, showing hustle.

Photos by: Charlie Roberts Sports Photography Out2 contributing reporter & photographer

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Stuart Middle School Over Andedrson Middle 49 -35

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Stuart — On Thursday January 14 the Stuart Middle School basketball team defeated the Anderson Middle School basketball team 49 to 35.

Stuart Middle’s Jaguars was led in scoring by Lavarious Hamilton with 15 points while Kyle Kimmel led Anderson’s Stallions in scoring with 11 points.

Players making it into the scorebook were:

For Anderson Middle: Jeremy Galinis #3: 11 pts, Dequan Gonzales #24: 8 pts, Ravon Stanberry #32: 2 pts, Lavarious Hamilton #33: 15 pts, Requan Huntley #34: 11 pts, Ryan Ubank #21: 2pts.

Scoring for Stuart Middle were: Joshua Charles #23: 4 pts, Dakota Walsh #12: 4 pts, Joshua M. Guest #11: 3 pts, Rolando J. Macedo #4: 3 pts, Bryce Cooper #5: 2 pts, Brian Daniels #35: 1 pts, Kyle Kimmel #15: 11 pts, Jonathan Babcock #24: 6 pts.

Head coaches Dwayne Mincey for the Stallions and Terrence Powell for the Jaguars noted both played hard, showing hustle.

Photos by: Charlie Roberts Sports Photography Out2 contributing reporter & photographer

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Stuart Middle School Over Andedrson Middle 49 -35

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Stuart — On Thursday January 14 the Stuart Middle School basketball team defeated the Anderson Middle School basketball team 49 to 35.

Stuart Middle’s Jaguars was led in scoring by Lavarious Hamilton with 15 points while Kyle Kimmel led Anderson’s Stallions in scoring with 11 points.

Players making it into the scorebook were:

For Anderson Middle: Jeremy Galinis #3: 11 pts, Dequan Gonzales #24: 8 pts, Ravon Stanberry #32: 2 pts, Lavarious Hamilton #33: 15 pts, Requan Huntley #34: 11 pts, Ryan Ubank #21: 2pts.

Scoring for Stuart Middle were: Joshua Charles #23: 4 pts, Dakota Walsh #12: 4 pts, Joshua M. Guest #11: 3 pts, Rolando J. Macedo #4: 3 pts, Bryce Cooper #5: 2 pts, Brian Daniels #35: 1 pts, Kyle Kimmel #15: 11 pts, Jonathan Babcock #24: 6 pts.

Head coaches Dwayne Mincey for the Stallions and Terrence Powell for the Jaguars noted both played hard, showing hustle.

Photos by: Charlie Roberts Sports Photography Out2 contributing reporter & photographer

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Stuart Middle School Over Andedrson Middle 49 -35

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Stuart — On Thursday January 14 the Stuart Middle School basketball team defeated the Anderson Middle School basketball team 49 to 35.

Stuart Middle’s Jaguars was led in scoring by Lavarious Hamilton with 15 points while Kyle Kimmel led Anderson’s Stallions in scoring with 11 points.

Players making it into the scorebook were:

For Anderson Middle: Jeremy Galinis #3: 11 pts, Dequan Gonzales #24: 8 pts, Ravon Stanberry #32: 2 pts, Lavarious Hamilton #33: 15 pts, Requan Huntley #34: 11 pts, Ryan Ubank #21: 2pts.

Scoring for Stuart Middle were: Joshua Charles #23: 4 pts, Dakota Walsh #12: 4 pts, Joshua M. Guest #11: 3 pts, Rolando J. Macedo #4: 3 pts, Bryce Cooper #5: 2 pts, Brian Daniels #35: 1 pts, Kyle Kimmel #15: 11 pts, Jonathan Babcock #24: 6 pts.

Head coaches Dwayne Mincey for the Stallions and Terrence Powell for the Jaguars noted both played hard, showing hustle.

Photos by: Charlie Roberts Sports Photography Out2 contributing reporter & photographer

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Stuart Middle School Cheerleader Tryouts Challenging

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In photo: Standing L to R: Emily Day, Audrey Hiltibidal, Brooklyn Hamdalla (in the Jaguar custom), Ms. Barbara Hocker (Coach), & Gabby Mayhew, in front: Sarah Anson

Stuart — Stuart Middle School cheer coach Barbara Hocker said the cheerleaders are having a very solid cheer season.

The process to become a cheerleader at the middle school is a challenge.

Students first complete and application which includes recommendation sheets.

The recommendation sheets are included along with the scores of the cheer judges.

There are then three days of tryouts. On the first two days the girls learn to dance and cheer.

On the third day the students come out two by two in front of three judges from other schools and outside gym and dance studios.

Grades are also checked as students must maintain a grade point of 2.0 or better.

After all the scores are tallied the team is chosen.

The cheerleaders must maintain their GPA throughout the cheer season.

For the 2016 season the cheer teams consist of students: Dina Coletti, Katie Collins, Emily Day, Zahria Gainey, Brooklyn Hanndalla, Audrey Hiltibidal, Brittney Krumme, Sara Lemba, Gabby Mayhew, Abby McAllister, Ashley Miranda, Megan Pellerin, Jordan Scalise, Angelina Suesz, Alyssa Thompson, Serena Wilson

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Stuart Middle School Cheerleader Tryouts Challenging

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In photo: Standing L to R: Emily Day, Audrey Hiltibidal, Brooklyn Hamdalla (in the Jaguar custom), Ms. Barbara Hocker (Coach), & Gabby Mayhew, in front: Sarah Anson

Stuart — Stuart Middle School cheer coach Barbara Hocker said the cheerleaders are having a very solid cheer season.

The process to become a cheerleader at the middle school is a challenge.

Students first complete and application which includes recommendation sheets.

The recommendation sheets are included along with the scores of the cheer judges.

There are then three days of tryouts. On the first two days the girls learn to dance and cheer.

On the third day the students come out two by two in front of three judges from other schools and outside gym and dance studios.

Grades are also checked as students must maintain a grade point of 2.0 or better.

After all the scores are tallied the team is chosen.

The cheerleaders must maintain their GPA throughout the cheer season.

For the 2016 season the cheer teams consist of students: Dina Coletti, Katie Collins, Emily Day, Zahria Gainey, Brooklyn Hanndalla, Audrey Hiltibidal, Brittney Krumme, Sara Lemba, Gabby Meyhew, Abby McAllister, Ashley Miranda, Megan Pellerin, Jordan Scalise, Angelina Suesz, Alyssa Thompson, Serena Wilson

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Stuart Middle School Cheerleader Tryouts Challenging

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In photo: Standing L to R: Emily Day, Audrey Hiltibidal, Brooklyn Hamdalla (in the Jaguar custom), Ms. Barbara Hocker (Coach), & Gabby Mayhew, in front: Sarah Anson

Stuart — Stuart Middle School cheer coach Barbara Hocker said the cheerleaders are having a very solid cheer season.

The process to become a cheerleader at the middle school is a challenge.

Students first complete and application which includes recommendation sheets.

The recommendation sheets are included along with the scores of the cheer judges.

There are then three days of tryouts. On the first two days the girls learn to dance and cheer.

On the third day the students come out two by two in front of three judges from other schools and outside gym and dance studios.

Grades are also checked as students must maintain a grade point of 2.0 or better.

After all the scores are tallied the team is chosen.

The cheerleaders must maintain their GPA throughout the cheer season.

For the 2016 season the cheer teams consist of students: Dina Coletti, Katie Collins, Emily Day, Zahria Gainey, Brooklyn Hanndalla, Audrey Hiltibidal, Brittney Krumme, Sara Lemba, Gabby Meyhew, Abby McAllister, Ashley Miranda, Megan Pellerin, Jordan Scalise, Angelina Suesz, Alyssa Thompson, Serena Wilson

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Stuart Middle School Cheerleader Tryouts Challenging

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In photo: Standing L to R: Emily Day, Audrey Hiltibidal, Brooklyn Hamdalla (in the Jaguar custom), Ms. Barbara Hocker (Coach), & Gabby Mayhew, in front: Sarah Anson

Stuart — Stuart Middle School cheer coach Barbara Hocker said the cheerleaders are having a very solid cheer season.

The process to become a cheerleader at the middle school is a challenge.

Students first complete and application which includes recommendation sheets.

The recommendation sheets are included along with the scores of the cheer judges.

There are then three days of tryouts. On the first two days the girls learn to dance and cheer.

On the third day the students come out two by two in front of three judges from other schools and outside gym and dance studios.

Grades are also checked as students must maintain a grade point of 2.0 or better.

After all the scores are tallied the team is chosen.

The cheerleaders must maintain their GPA throughout the cheer season.

For the 2016 season the cheer teams consist of students: Dina Coletti, Katie Collins, Emily Day, Zahria Gainey, Brooklyn Hanndalla, Audrey Hiltibidal, Brittney Krumme, Sara Lemba, Gabby Meyhew, Abby McAllister, Ashley Miranda, Megan Pellerin, Jordan Scalise, Angelina Suesz, Alyssa Thompson, Serena Wilson

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Thousands witness athletes breaking state records

at Sailfish Splash for FHSAA Swimming & Diving Finals

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The results are in. Nearly 8,000 athletes, spectators, coaches and official from every corner of Florida witnessed four state records broken at the Pinch-A-Penny Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) Swimming & Diving Championships at Sailfish Splash Aquatic Athletics Center over the middle two weekends of November.

This is the third consecutive year that the FHSAA has hosted its signature meet at the venue. In addition to generating substantial positive economic impact from visitors staying in hotels, dining out, gassing up, shopping, and having fun, the events provided exciting entertainment and competition.

The Martin County Parks & Recreation Department, in collaboration with Jensen Beach and South Fork High Schools, provided operational management and coordination, with support from the Treasure Coast Sports Commission. Hurricane Grill & Wings of Stuart served as lead hospitality sponsor, complemented by Chick-fil-A of Stuart and Carrabbas Italian Grill.

Sports tourism at the high school and collegiate level continues to grow in importance as a driver of business for Martin County and the Treasure Coast. For three years running, in addition to the FHSAA Swimming & Diving Championships, the area has played host to the largest invitational swimming and diving meet in Florida, as well as other large, multiday, sports events, all at Martin County Parks & Recreation venues. Moreover, in December and January, at least 15 NCAA college swimming and diving teams (as many as 500 athletes and coaches), each staying an average of seven nights, will conduct their winter training at the Sailfish Splash Aquatic Athletic Center.

“With the addition of a modest diving well, the Sailfish Splash Aquatic Athletics Center could host national and NCAA Division I events,” explained Pat Toner, Founder of Pat Toner’s H2O Swim School and Treasure Coast Aquatics.

“Sports tourism, especially at the high school and collegiate level, puts heads in beds,” noted Rick Hatcher of the Treasure Coast Sports Commission.

“A good measure of credit for the quality of this year’s event will go to our hospitality sponsors, led by Hurricane Grill & Wings of Stuart, complemented by Chick-fil-A of Stuart and Carrabbas Italian Grill,” said Craig Jon Anderson, Marketing Manager, Martin County Department of Parks & Recreation. “We the community to patronize our sponsors, all of which can be found online at the following address http://joom.ag/SSNb.”

The four state records that were broken are:

Class 1A
Girl’s 100-yard butterfly
Jessica Nava of Westminster Academy (Fort Lauderdale), 53.77
Old record by Chelsie Britt of Lake Highland Prep (Orlando) in 2010, 53.83

Girl’s 100-yard breaststroke
Caroline White of Trinity Prep (Winter Park), 1:01.68
Old record by Lindsey McKnight of Douglas (Parkland) in 2008, 1:01.73

Boy’s 100-yard breaststroke
Raiz Tjon-A-Joe of Westlake Prep (Cooper City), 54.64 in preliminaries
Old record by Bradley Ally of St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale) in 2004, 54.72

Class 4A
Girl’s 200-yard freestyle relay
Buchholz (Gainesville), 1:33.88
Old record by Bolles (Jacksonville) in 2009, 1:33.90

For more information about the Sailfish Splash Aquatic Athletics Center and water park and the Martin County Department of Parks & Recreation, call 772-463-2840 or email canderso@martin.fl.us.

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Sailfish Splash Hosts Florida High School Athletic Association

Swimming & Diving Finals For Third Year

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Nearly 8,000 athletes, spectators, coaches and official from all over Florida will come to Sailfish Splash Aquatic Athletics Center over the next two weekends, November 6-7 and 13-14, for the Pinch-A-Penny FHSAA Swimming and Diving Finals.

This is the third consecutive year that the FHSAA has hosted its signature meet at the Sailfish Splash Aquatic Athletics Center. The events will provide exciting entertainment, in addition to generating substantial positive economic impact to Martin County from visitors staying in hotels, dining out, gassing up, shopping and having fun.

In collaboration with the local host schools, Jensen Beach High School and South Fork High School, the Martin County Parks & Recreation Department will provide operational management and coordination, with support from the Treasure Coast Sports Commission. Hurricane Grill and Wings is serving as the lead hospitality sponsor, complemented by important hospitality from Chick-fil-A of Stuart, Carrabbas Italian Grill, FirstWatch Daytime Café, Outback Steak House Stuart, Southern Pig and Cattle Stuart, and Hungry Howie’s Pizza. Other sponsors include Compressport, the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast, Ohana Surf Shop, Pat Toner’s H2O School and Tropical Smoothie Café (all Martin County outlets).

Sports tourism at the high school and collegiate level, as exemplified by the FHSAA Swimming and Diving Finals, continues to grow in importance as a driver of business for Martin County and the Treasure Coast. The area has played host this year to the largest invitational swimming and diving meet in Florida, as well as large, multiday, softball, soccer and lacrosse tournaments, all at Martin County Parks & Recreation venues. Moreover, at least eight (15) college swim teams (nearly 500 athletes plus coaches), each staying an average of seven nights, will conduct their winter workouts at the Sailfish Splash Aquatic Athletic Center for the College Swim Coaches Association of America Winter Training Forum during December and January.

“Sports tourism, especially at the high school and collegiate level, puts heads in beds,” noted Kevin Abbate, Director, Martin County Department of Parks & Recreation. “Out of necessity and devotion, enthusiastic entourages of coaches, parents, boosters, and peers accompany high school and collegiate athletes.”

“A good measure of credit for the quality of this year’s event will go to our hospitality sponsors.” said Craig Jon Anderson, Marketing Manager, Sailfish Splash Waterpark and Martin County Department of Parks & Recreation. “We do everything we can to encourage visitors and the local community to patronize our sponsors, all of which can be found online at the following address http://joom.ag/nbNp.”

For more information about the Sailfish Splash Aquatic Athletics Center and water park and the Martin County Department of Parks & Recreation, call 772-463-2840 or email canderso@martin.fl.us.

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Get In Shape For Women Opens Tequesta Location

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In photo: The Get in Shape for Women team: Stacy Gaynor, Certified Personal Trainer, Karen Hotz, Owner, and Michelle Cilli, Certified Personal Trainer

TEQUESTA, Fla. – Get in Shape for Women is set to open their Tequesta location on December 1 in the RENU Medical Building in Tequesta. The fitness center offers personalized, female-only small-group training and education to help clients get in shape.

Get in Shape for Women was founded in 2006 by Brian Cook after 15 years of leadership in personal training and franchise sales. Get in Shape’s Tequesta location is owned by Karen Hotz, who opened her first location in 20__ in Palm Beach Gardens.

The Get in Shape fitness program combines cardio and weight training with nutritional information and accountability. Clients are scheduled in groups of 1-4 in advance, ensuring accountability and maximum results. Appointments are available from 6a.m. – 12p.m. Monday through Friday, 4p.m. – 8p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8a.m. – 12p.m. on Saturdays. Each session is led by a certified personal trainer.

“At Get in Shape we help our clients meet their fitness goals and achieve body transformation through personalized training, communication and accountability,” said franchise owner Karen Hotz. “The women we work with aren’t just clients, they become like family.”

At Get in Shape, women are provided with nutritional guidelines with all real foods and no supplements. Their goals are to help women get healthy, reducing their overall body fat percentage rather than simply concentrating on losing weight.

Get in Shape for Women packages are available for 3-months, 6-months or a year-long commitment. The new fitness center is located in the RENU Medical Building at 304 Tequesta Drive. For more information, call 561-799-0555 or visit www.getinshapeforwomen.com.

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Chi Chi Rodrigues at Celebrities Fore Kids Golf Classic November 30th

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Stuart, FL – Chi Chi Rodrigues can be seen doing his famous “Sword Dance” at the 17th Annual Celebrities Fore Kids Golf Classic, Monday, November 30, 2015 at Jonathan’s Landing Old Trail. Funds from this major event will be used to support children battling cancer and other life-altering or life-threatening illnesses or a parent who has cancer and is caring for a child 18 years of age or younger.

Athlete, professional golfer. Born Juan A. Rodriguez on October 23, 1935, in Río Piedras, Puerto Rico. Often without enough to eat, the Rodriguez family struggled to survive. As a child, Rodriguez went to work in the sugarcane fields to help out. Then he discovered working at a golf course could bring in more money. Working at a nearby club, Rodriguez eventually became a caddy and started to play golf.

After a stint in the army, Rodriguez returned to Puerto Rico and later became the head caddy at the Dorado Beach resort, where he was encouraged to pursue a career as a golfer. Under the guidance of pro golfer Pete Cooper, he played his first Professional Golf Association (PGA) event in 1960. He didn’t win the Buick Open, but he did earn some money for his efforts. While he only won eight tournaments in the twenty-five years on the tour, Rodriguez was very popular with golf fans. Audiences liked his victory dances, his funny remarks, and his trademark straw hat.

Rodriguez has found greater success as part of the Senior PGA Tour. Since 1985, he has 22 wins on the tour. Despite having a heart attack in 1998, he continues to play golf. He also spends much of his time doing charity work, especially for the Chi Chi Rodriguez Youth Foundation, an organization that helps children improve their lives through the game of golf.

Join Chi Chi, Jim Kaat, Larry Laoretti, Michael Brantley and his father Micky Brantley, Phil Ragan, Pete Oakley and other celebrity players on Monday, November 30, 2015 at Jonathan’s Landing Old Trail, Fazio Course. To register visit http://www.celebritiesforekids.org/content/golf-classic-2015 or call 772.781.7943 ext 102. Players will join us on Sunday, November 29, 2015 at The Club at Admirals Cove for our kickoff event from 5 – 8 p.m. as part of their golf registration.

Individual tickets for Sunday, November 29 kickoff event is $250 per person and can be purchased by calling Celebrities Fore Kids at 772.781.7943 ext 102.The event includes cocktails, dinner and silent and live auction. Tickets to the Sunday evening event are $250 per person and includes cocktails while strolling along the silent auction items, dinner and program with a live auction to help local children who are battling cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. For more information about Celebrities Fore Kids visit http://celebritiesforekids.org or call 772.781.7943 extension 102.

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When to Seek Care for a Cut.

 

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Most minor cuts can be properly treated at home, but there are times when even a small cut may need the attention of a healthcare provider.

The American Academy of Family Physicians says potential warning signs for a cut that needs medical attention include one that has dirt inside you can’t remove; bleeds excessively; causes numbness, inflammation, or tenderness; oozes thick abnormal colored fluid; is accompanied by a fever over 100 degrees Fahrenheit (~37 degrees Celsius); has red streaks around the edges; or is deep and you have not had a tetanus shot in over five years.

 

 

 

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Dr. Bruce Health Update

Teens Don’t Exercise When Pressured

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Investigators found that teens who don’t feel in control of their exercise choices or feel pressured to be more active typically won’t exercise; however, teens who feel they can make their own decisions about exercise are more likely to engage in some form of physical activity. The take-home message is not to guilt kids for lack of exercise but to put these kids in situations where they come to value and enjoy being physically active.

 

 

 

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TREASURE COAST ROWING

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In photo: In celebration of my girl’s first 5k race regatta being held this weekend at Leader of The Lake in Clermont, Florida! Let’s go, Treasure Coast!

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Hobe Sound Golf Club Accepting Applications

for Annual Introductory Membership

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Hobe Sound, Fla. (Sept. 9, 2015)… As the summer starts to wind down, residents and snowbirds are now thinking about their golf and social plans for the upcoming season here on the Treasure Coast. To answer that call, Hobe Sound Golf Club, a private club conveniently located near U.S. Hwy. 1 in southern Martin County, is currently accepting applications for golf and social memberships.

Hobe Sound Golf Club boasts an impeccably maintained course that poses an enjoyable challenge for all levels, with no tee times for its Members and their guests. The Club also offers an extensive practice area featuring a spacious driving range, target greens, practice bunkers, and chipping and putting greens. Outstanding Men’s and Women’s golf programs and great social events for golfers and non-golfers are all part of the experience at Hobe Sound Golf Club.

During the “season,” which runs from Oct. 16 to May 14, Hobe Sound Golf Club offers a full schedule of golf and social activities. Twilight Golf, Men’s Day, Ladies’ Day, club tournaments, Friday Night Dinner, Sunday Brunch, Sunday Casual Dinner, holiday buffets, Trivia Night, and more are on the calendar.

Hobe Sound Golf Club is currently offering non-equity golf memberships with no initiation fee. Discerning golfers will find that HSGC offers the best private club value on the Treasure Coast. Equity, Executive, and Social Memberships are also available.

Interested applicants can find more information about HSGC on the Club’s website at www.hobesoundgolfclub.com or by contacting Membership Director Michele Blanco at (772) 545-3017 or mblanco@hobesoundgolfclub.com. Tours of the clubhouse and golf course can gladly be arranged.

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Nationals/Astros Officially Moving to New Palm Beach Facility

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West Palm Beach — “Together, with our partners, we welcome two more major league teams to Palm Beach County for a total of four teams and I can’t wait to see the first pitch get thrown at the new stadium,” said Mayor Vana

Governor Scott announced that the two teams will remain in Florida for the next 30 years and Florida will continue to retain its 15 spring training teams in the Grapefruit League

“With the Nationals and Astros announcing their spring training operations remaining in Florida for the next thirty years, and the news that our state will host our first ever MLB All Star Game in 2017, it’s clear that Florida is the number one state for baseball in the country,” said Governor Scott.

West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio said, “Today’s signing and the economic benefit that baseball will bring us all is a perfect example of how much can be accomplished when all levels of government, from city to county to the state, work together on behalf of all our residents.”

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“Operation 300”, 4th Annual Aaron Vaughn Memorial Frogman Swim

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Jensen Beach — This is the fourth year that Martin County has been chosen for this event at the Jensen Beach venue.

The inspiration for Operation 300 was when Special Operations Chief Aaron Vaughn, Martin County High School graduate, who was killed in a helicopter crash in the Tangi River Valley, Afghanistan on Aug. 5, 2011. The crash not only took the life of Vaughn, but also 29 others on board; most, like Vaughn, were members of the elite SEAL Team Six.

In that one incident 40 children were left without fathers, including Vaughn’s two young children: a son named Reagan, who was 2 at the time of his father’s death and a newborn daughter, Chamberlyn, who was only 2 months old. Operation 300 came out of who was going to teach Aaron’s son the things Aaron would have taught him.

The name Operation 300 was inspired by Aaron’s first tattoo: Molon Labe. The ancient Greek phrase was spoken by King Leonidas I as his Greek Army of 300 was surrounded by the 600,000-plus invading Persian Army led by Persian Emperor Xerxes I. Offered the chance to have their lives spared, Leonidas responded to Xerxes with the phrase: Molon Labe, which means “come and get them”. It is not only a phrase of defiance but it is also a phrase that symbolizes the ability of the human spirit to overcome insurmountable odds.

All expenses for camps including travel, food, activities and lodging for children of the fallen and their mothers are covered by Operation 300. They will host at least 4 camps this year benefiting approximately 100 children. Your donations will help make this possible. Their dream is to purchase a property of their own and build a permanent home for Operation 300!

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“Operation 300”, 4th Annual Aaron Vaughn Memorial Frogman Swim

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Jensen Beach — This is the fourth year that Martin County has been chosen for this event at the Jensen Beach venue.

The inspiration for Operation 300 was when Special Operations Chief Aaron Vaughn, Martin County High School graduate, who was killed in a helicopter crash in the Tangi River Valley, Afghanistan on Aug. 5, 2011. The crash not only took the life of Vaughn, but also 29 others on board; most, like Vaughn, were members of the elite SEAL Team Six.

In that one incident 40 children were left without fathers, including Vaughn’s two young children: a son named Reagan, who was 2 at the time of his father’s death and a newborn daughter, Chamberlyn, who was only 2 months old. Operation 300 came out of who was going to teach Aaron’s son the things Aaron would have taught him.

The name Operation 300 was inspired by Aaron’s first tattoo: Molon Labe. The ancient Greek phrase was spoken by King Leonidas I as his Greek Army of 300 was surrounded by the 600,000-plus invading Persian Army led by Persian Emperor Xerxes I. Offered the chance to have their lives spared, Leonidas responded to Xerxes with the phrase: Molon Labe, which means “come and get them”. It is not only a phrase of defiance but it is also a phrase that symbolizes the ability of the human spirit to overcome insurmountable odds.

All expenses for camps including travel, food, activities and lodging for children of the fallen and their mothers are covered by Operation 300. They will host at least 4 camps this year benefiting approximately 100 children. Your donations will help make this possible. Their dream is to purchase a property of their own and build a permanent home for Operation 300!

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“Operation 300”, 4th Annual Aaron Vaughn Memorial Frogman Swim

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Jensen Beach — This is the fourth year that Martin County has been chosen for this event at the Jensen Beach venue.

The inspiration for Operation 300 was when Special Operations Chief Aaron Vaughn, Martin County High School graduate, who was killed in a helicopter crash in the Tangi River Valley, Afghanistan on Aug. 5, 2011. The crash not only took the life of Vaughn, but also 29 others on board; most, like Vaughn, were members of the elite SEAL Team Six.

In that one incident 40 children were left without fathers, including Vaughn’s two young children: a son named Reagan, who was 2 at the time of his father’s death and a newborn daughter, Chamberlyn, who was only 2 months old. Operation 300 came out of who was going to teach Aaron’s son the things Aaron would have taught him.

The name Operation 300 was inspired by Aaron’s first tattoo: Molon Labe. The ancient Greek phrase was spoken by King Leonidas I as his Greek Army of 300 was surrounded by the 600,000-plus invading Persian Army led by Persian Emperor Xerxes I. Offered the chance to have their lives spared, Leonidas responded to Xerxes with the phrase: Molon Labe, which means “come and get them”. It is not only a phrase of defiance but it is also a phrase that symbolizes the ability of the human spirit to overcome insurmountable odds.

All expenses for camps including travel, food, activities and lodging for children of the fallen and their mothers are covered by Operation 300. They will host at least 4 camps this year benefiting approximately 100 children. Your donations will help make this possible. Their dream is to purchase a property of their own and build a permanent home for Operation 300!

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Jensen Beach — This is the fourth year that Martin County has been chosen for this event at the Jensen Beach venue.

The inspiration for Operation 300 was when Special Operations Chief Aaron Vaughn, Martin County High School graduate, who was killed in a helicopter crash in the Tangi River Valley, Afghanistan on Aug. 5, 2011. The crash not only took the life of Vaughn, but also 29 others on board; most, like Vaughn, were members of the elite SEAL Team Six.

In that one incident 40 children were left without fathers, including Vaughn’s two young children: a son named Reagan, who was 2 at the time of his father’s death and a newborn daughter, Chamberlyn, who was only 2 months old. Operation 300 came out of who was going to teach Aaron’s son the things Aaron would have taught him.

The name Operation 300 was inspired by Aaron’s first tattoo: Molon Labe. The ancient Greek phrase was spoken by King Leonidas I as his Greek Army of 300 was surrounded by the 600,000-plus invading Persian Army led by Persian Emperor Xerxes I. Offered the chance to have their lives spared, Leonidas responded to Xerxes with the phrase: Molon Labe, which means “come and get them”. It is not only a phrase of defiance but it is also a phrase that symbolizes the ability of the human spirit to overcome insurmountable odds.

All expenses for camps including travel, food, activities and lodging for children of the fallen and their mothers are covered by Operation 300. They will host at least 4 camps this year benefiting approximately 100 children. Your donations will help make this possible. Their dream is to purchase a property of their own and build a permanent home for Operation 300!

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Jensen Beach — This is the fourth year that Martin County has been chosen for this event at the Jensen Beach venue.

The inspiration for Operation 300 was when Special Operations Chief Aaron Vaughn, Martin County High School graduate, who was killed in a helicopter crash in the Tangi River Valley, Afghanistan on Aug. 5, 2011. The crash not only took the life of Vaughn, but also 29 others on board; most, like Vaughn, were members of the elite SEAL Team Six.

In that one incident 40 children were left without fathers, including Vaughn’s two young children: a son named Reagan, who was 2 at the time of his father’s death and a newborn daughter, Chamberlyn, who was only 2 months old. Operation 300 came out of who was going to teach Aaron’s son the things Aaron would have taught him.

The name Operation 300 was inspired by Aaron’s first tattoo: Molon Labe. The ancient Greek phrase was spoken by King Leonidas I as his Greek Army of 300 was surrounded by the 600,000-plus invading Persian Army led by Persian Emperor Xerxes I. Offered the chance to have their lives spared, Leonidas responded to Xerxes with the phrase: Molon Labe, which means “come and get them”. It is not only a phrase of defiance but it is also a phrase that symbolizes the ability of the human spirit to overcome insurmountable odds.

All expenses for camps including travel, food, activities and lodging for children of the fallen and their mothers are covered by Operation 300. They will host at least 4 camps this year benefiting approximately 100 children. Your donations will help make this possible. Their dream is to purchase a property of their own and build a permanent home for Operation 300!

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“Operation 300”, 4th Annual Aaron Vaughn Memorial Frogman Swim

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Jensen Beach — This is the fourth year that Martin County has been chosen for this event at the Jensen Beach venue.

The inspiration for Operation 300 was when Special Operations Chief Aaron Vaughn, Martin County High School graduate, who was killed in a helicopter crash in the Tangi River Valley, Afghanistan on Aug. 5, 2011. The crash not only took the life of Vaughn, but also 29 others on board; most, like Vaughn, were members of the elite SEAL Team Six.

In that one incident 40 children were left without fathers, including Vaughn’s two young children: a son named Reagan, who was 2 at the time of his father’s death and a newborn daughter, Chamberlyn, who was only 2 months old. Operation 300 came out of who was going to teach Aaron’s son the things Aaron would have taught him.

The name Operation 300 was inspired by Aaron’s first tattoo: Molon Labe. The ancient Greek phrase was spoken by King Leonidas I as his Greek Army of 300 was surrounded by the 600,000-plus invading Persian Army led by Persian Emperor Xerxes I. Offered the chance to have their lives spared, Leonidas responded to Xerxes with the phrase: Molon Labe, which means “come and get them”. It is not only a phrase of defiance but it is also a phrase that symbolizes the ability of the human spirit to overcome insurmountable odds.

All expenses for camps including travel, food, activities and lodging for children of the fallen and their mothers are covered by Operation 300. They will host at least 4 camps this year benefiting approximately 100 children. Your donations will help make this possible. Their dream is to purchase a property of their own and build a permanent home for Operation 300!

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“Operation 300”, 4th Annual Aaron Vaughn Memorial Frogman Swim

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Jensen Beach — This is the fourth year that Martin County has been chosen for this event at the Jensen Beach venue.

The inspiration for Operation 300 was when Special Operations Chief Aaron Vaughn, Martin County High School graduate, who was killed in a helicopter crash in the Tangi River Valley, Afghanistan on Aug. 5, 2011. The crash not only took the life of Vaughn, but also 29 others on board; most, like Vaughn, were members of the elite SEAL Team Six.

In that one incident 40 children were left without fathers, including Vaughn’s two young children: a son named Reagan, who was 2 at the time of his father’s death and a newborn daughter, Chamberlyn, who was only 2 months old. Operation 300 came out of who was going to teach Aaron’s son the things Aaron would have taught him.

The name Operation 300 was inspired by Aaron’s first tattoo: Molon Labe. The ancient Greek phrase was spoken by King Leonidas I as his Greek Army of 300 was surrounded by the 600,000-plus invading Persian Army led by Persian Emperor Xerxes I. Offered the chance to have their lives spared, Leonidas responded to Xerxes with the phrase: Molon Labe, which means “come and get them”. It is not only a phrase of defiance but it is also a phrase that symbolizes the ability of the human spirit to overcome insurmountable odds.

All expenses for camps including travel, food, activities and lodging for children of the fallen and their mothers are covered by Operation 300. They will host at least 4 camps this year benefiting approximately 100 children. Your donations will help make this possible. Their dream is to purchase a property of their own and build a permanent home for Operation 300!

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Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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“Operation 300”, 4th Annual Aaron Vaughn Memorial Frogman Swim

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Jensen Beach — This is the fourth year that Martin County has been chosen for this event at the Jensen Beach venue.

The inspiration for Operation 300 was when Special Operations Chief Aaron Vaughn, Martin County High School graduate, who was killed in a helicopter crash in the Tangi River Valley, Afghanistan on Aug. 5, 2011. The crash not only took the life of Vaughn, but also 29 others on board; most, like Vaughn, were members of the elite SEAL Team Six.

In that one incident 40 children were left without fathers, including Vaughn’s two young children: a son named Reagan, who was 2 at the time of his father’s death and a newborn daughter, Chamberlyn, who was only 2 months old. Operation 300 came out of who was going to teach Aaron’s son the things Aaron would have taught him.

The name Operation 300 was inspired by Aaron’s first tattoo: Molon Labe. The ancient Greek phrase was spoken by King Leonidas I as his Greek Army of 300 was surrounded by the 600,000-plus invading Persian Army led by Persian Emperor Xerxes I. Offered the chance to have their lives spared, Leonidas responded to Xerxes with the phrase: Molon Labe, which means “come and get them”. It is not only a phrase of defiance but it is also a phrase that symbolizes the ability of the human spirit to overcome insurmountable odds.

All expenses for camps including travel, food, activities and lodging for children of the fallen and their mothers are covered by Operation 300. They will host at least 4 camps this year benefiting approximately 100 children. Your donations will help make this possible. Their dream is to purchase a property of their own and build a permanent home for Operation 300!

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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“Operation 300”, 4th Annual Aaron Vaughn Memorial Frogman Swim

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Jensen Beach — This is the fourth year that Martin County has been chosen for this event at the Jensen Beach venue.

The inspiration for Operation 300 was when Special Operations Chief Aaron Vaughn, Martin County High School graduate, who was killed in a helicopter crash in the Tangi River Valley, Afghanistan on Aug. 5, 2011. The crash not only took the life of Vaughn, but also 29 others on board; most, like Vaughn, were members of the elite SEAL Team Six.

In that one incident 40 children were left without fathers, including Vaughn’s two young children: a son named Reagan, who was 2 at the time of his father’s death and a newborn daughter, Chamberlyn, who was only 2 months old. Operation 300 came out of who was going to teach Aaron’s son the things Aaron would have taught him.

The name Operation 300 was inspired by Aaron’s first tattoo: Molon Labe. The ancient Greek phrase was spoken by King Leonidas I as his Greek Army of 300 was surrounded by the 600,000-plus invading Persian Army led by Persian Emperor Xerxes I. Offered the chance to have their lives spared, Leonidas responded to Xerxes with the phrase: Molon Labe, which means “come and get them”. It is not only a phrase of defiance but it is also a phrase that symbolizes the ability of the human spirit to overcome insurmountable odds.

All expenses for camps including travel, food, activities and lodging for children of the fallen and their mothers are covered by Operation 300. They will host at least 4 camps this year benefiting approximately 100 children. Your donations will help make this possible. Their dream is to purchase a property of their own and build a permanent home for Operation 300!

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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Photo by: Dick Hall Out2/Martin County.com

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“Operation 300”, 4th Annual Aaron Vaughn Memorial Frogman Swim

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Jensen Beach — This is the fourth year that Martin County has been chosen for this event at the Jensen Beach venue.

The inspiration for Operation 300 was when Special Operations Chief Aaron Vaughn, Martin County High School graduate, who was killed in a helicopter crash in the Tangi River Valley, Afghanistan on Aug. 5, 2011. The crash not only took the life of Vaughn, but also 29 others on board; most, like Vaughn, were members of the elite SEAL Team Six.

In that one incident 40 children were left without fathers, including Vaughn’s two young children: a son named Reagan, who was 2 at the time of his father’s death and a newborn daughter, Chamberlyn, who was only 2 months old. Operation 300 came out of who was going to teach Aaron’s son the things Aaron would have taught him.

The name Operation 300 was inspired by Aaron’s first tattoo: Molon Labe. The ancient Greek phrase was spoken by King Leonidas I as his Greek Army of 300 was surrounded by the 600,000-plus invading Persian Army led by Persian Emperor Xerxes I. Offered the chance to have their lives spared, Leonidas responded to Xerxes with the phrase: Molon Labe, which means “come and get them”. It is not only a phrase of defiance but it is also a phrase that symbolizes the ability of the human spirit to overcome insurmountable odds.

All expenses for camps including travel, food, activities and lodging for children of the fallen and their mothers are covered by Operation 300. They will host at least 4 camps this year benefiting approximately 100 children. Your donations will help make this possible. Their dream is to purchase a property of their own and build a permanent home for Operation 300!

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Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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“Operation 300”, 4th Annual Aaron Vaughn Memorial Frogman Swim

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Jensen Beach — This is the fourth year that Martin County has been chosen for this event at the Jensen Beach venue.

The inspiration for Operation 300 was when Special Operations Chief Aaron Vaughn, Martin County High School graduate, who was killed in a helicopter crash in the Tangi River Valley, Afghanistan on Aug. 5, 2011. The crash not only took the life of Vaughn, but also 29 others on board; most, like Vaughn, were members of the elite SEAL Team Six.

In that one incident 40 children were left without fathers, including Vaughn’s two young children: a son named Reagan, who was 2 at the time of his father’s death and a newborn daughter, Chamberlyn, who was only 2 months old. Operation 300 came out of who was going to teach Aaron’s son the things Aaron would have taught him.

The name Operation 300 was inspired by Aaron’s first tattoo: Molon Labe. The ancient Greek phrase was spoken by King Leonidas I as his Greek Army of 300 was surrounded by the 600,000-plus invading Persian Army led by Persian Emperor Xerxes I. Offered the chance to have their lives spared, Leonidas responded to Xerxes with the phrase: Molon Labe, which means “come and get them”. It is not only a phrase of defiance but it is also a phrase that symbolizes the ability of the human spirit to overcome insurmountable odds.

All expenses for camps including travel, food, activities and lodging for children of the fallen and their mothers are covered by Operation 300. They will host at least 4 camps this year benefiting approximately 100 children. Your donations will help make this possible. Their dream is to purchase a property of their own and build a permanent home for Operation 300!

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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“Operation 300”, 4th Annual Aaron Vaughn Memorial Frogman Swim

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Jensen Beach — This is the fourth year that Martin County has been chosen for this event at the Jensen Beach venue.

The inspiration for Operation 300 was when Special Operations Chief Aaron Vaughn, Martin County High School graduate, who was killed in a helicopter crash in the Tangi River Valley, Afghanistan on Aug. 5, 2011. The crash not only took the life of Vaughn, but also 29 others on board; most, like Vaughn, were members of the elite SEAL Team Six.

In that one incident 40 children were left without fathers, including Vaughn’s two young children: a son named Reagan, who was 2 at the time of his father’s death and a newborn daughter, Chamberlyn, who was only 2 months old. Operation 300 came out of who was going to teach Aaron’s son the things Aaron would have taught him.

The name Operation 300 was inspired by Aaron’s first tattoo: Molon Labe. The ancient Greek phrase was spoken by King Leonidas I as his Greek Army of 300 was surrounded by the 600,000-plus invading Persian Army led by Persian Emperor Xerxes I. Offered the chance to have their lives spared, Leonidas responded to Xerxes with the phrase: Molon Labe, which means “come and get them”. It is not only a phrase of defiance but it is also a phrase that symbolizes the ability of the human spirit to overcome insurmountable odds.

All expenses for camps including travel, food, activities and lodging for children of the fallen and their mothers are covered by Operation 300. They will host at least 4 camps this year benefiting approximately 100 children. Your donations will help make this possible. Their dream is to purchase a property of their own and build a permanent home for Operation 300!

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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Photo by: Kristen Geer Repetti Out2/Martin County.com

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“Operation 300”, 4th Annual Aaron Vaughn Memorial Frogman Swim

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Jensen Beach — This is the fourth year that Martin County has been chosen for this event at the Jensen Beach venue.

The inspiration for Operation 300 was when Special Operations Chief Aaron Vaughn, Martin County High School graduate, who was killed in a helicopter crash in the Tangi River Valley, Afghanistan on Aug. 5, 2011. The crash not only took the life of Vaughn, but also 29 others on board; most, like Vaughn, were members of the elite SEAL Team Six.

In that one incident 40 children were left without fathers, including Vaughn’s two young children: a son named Reagan, who was 2 at the time of his father’s death and a newborn daughter, Chamberlyn, who was only 2 months old. Operation 300 came out of who was going to teach Aaron’s son the things Aaron would have taught him.

The name Operation 300 was inspired by Aaron’s first tattoo: Molon Labe. The ancient Greek phrase was spoken by King Leonidas I as his Greek Army of 300 was surrounded by the 600,000-plus invading Persian Army led by Persian Emperor Xerxes I. Offered the chance to have their lives spared, Leonidas responded to Xerxes with the phrase: Molon Labe, which means “come and get them”. It is not only a phrase of defiance but it is also a phrase that symbolizes the ability of the human spirit to overcome insurmountable odds.

All expenses for camps including travel, food, activities and lodging for children of the fallen and their mothers are covered by Operation 300. They will host at least 4 camps this year benefiting approximately 100 children. Your donations will help make this possible. Their dream is to purchase a property of their own and build a permanent home for Operation 300!

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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Photo by: Kristen Geer Repetti Out2/Martin County.com

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“Operation 300”, 4th Annual Aaron Vaughn Memorial Frogman Swim

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Jensen Beach — This is the fourth year that Martin County has been chosen for this event at the Jensen Beach venue.

The inspiration for Operation 300 was when Special Operations Chief Aaron Vaughn, Martin County High School graduate, who was killed in a helicopter crash in the Tangi River Valley, Afghanistan on Aug. 5, 2011. The crash not only took the life of Vaughn, but also 29 others on board; most, like Vaughn, were members of the elite SEAL Team Six.

In that one incident 40 children were left without fathers, including Vaughn’s two young children: a son named Reagan, who was 2 at the time of his father’s death and a newborn daughter, Chamberlyn, who was only 2 months old. Operation 300 came out of who was going to teach Aaron’s son the things Aaron would have taught him.

The name Operation 300 was inspired by Aaron’s first tattoo: Molon Labe. The ancient Greek phrase was spoken by King Leonidas I as his Greek Army of 300 was surrounded by the 600,000-plus invading Persian Army led by Persian Emperor Xerxes I. Offered the chance to have their lives spared, Leonidas responded to Xerxes with the phrase: Molon Labe, which means “come and get them”. It is not only a phrase of defiance but it is also a phrase that symbolizes the ability of the human spirit to overcome insurmountable odds.

All expenses for camps including travel, food, activities and lodging for children of the fallen and their mothers are covered by Operation 300. They will host at least 4 camps this year benefiting approximately 100 children. Your donations will help make this possible. Their dream is to purchase a property of their own and build a permanent home for Operation 300!

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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Photo by: Kristen Geer Repetti Out2/Martin County.com

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TALE OF TWO BELMONTS

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Learn to Row Day

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Palm City — The 14th-annual National Learn to Row Day sponsored by USRowing and Concept2 took place on Saturday, in rowing clubs and health clubs throughout the United States. Competitive and recreational rowers ranged in age from 12 to over 90, so it is never too early or too late to take up the sport.

HUGE TURNOUT on Saturday with 60 potential masters and juniors had their first strokes and we hope that they all come back for either our learn to row camps or private lessons! Remember 8th-12th graders – we are recruiting for the Junior Team. Sign up now online for one of the Learn To Row Camps.

The Treasure Coast Rowing Club began in 1991 when a handful of local rowers decided it would be the best way for them to share their favorite activity with the communities of the Treasure Coast. Since then, the Club has acquired its own fleet of boats, a membership roster of more than 60, and the recognition of our communitys leaders. The Club became a chartered non-profit corporation in 1996. In August of 1997 the Martin County Commission gave their vote of confidence along with almost an acre of waterfront property on the St. Lucie River. This is the site of the Treasure Coast Community Rowing Center.

On August 26, 1997 the Martin County Board of Commissioners granted the Treasure Coast Rowing Clubs request for a boathouse site at Palm City’s Leighton Park, and approved a 25-year renewable lease.

The boathouse is located on 0.91 acres on the shores of the St. Lucie and South Fork Rivers. It is a 22′ x 72′ storage facility that contains36 boats. The Treasure Coast Rowing Club invites you to join in this community venture.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

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Learn to Row Day

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Palm City — The 14th-annual National Learn to Row Day sponsored by USRowing and Concept2 took place on Saturday, in rowing clubs and health clubs throughout the United States. Competitive and recreational rowers ranged in age from 12 to over 90, so it is never too early or too late to take up the sport.

HUGE TURNOUT on Saturday with 60 potential masters and juniors had their first strokes and we hope that they all come back for either our learn to row camps or private lessons! Remember 8th-12th graders – we are recruiting for the Junior Team. Sign up now online for one of the Learn To Row Camps.

The Treasure Coast Rowing Club began in 1991 when a handful of local rowers decided it would be the best way for them to share their favorite activity with the communities of the Treasure Coast. Since then, the Club has acquired its own fleet of boats, a membership roster of more than 60, and the recognition of our communitys leaders. The Club became a chartered non-profit corporation in 1996. In August of 1997 the Martin County Commission gave their vote of confidence along with almost an acre of waterfront property on the St. Lucie River. This is the site of the Treasure Coast Community Rowing Center.

On August 26, 1997 the Martin County Board of Commissioners granted the Treasure Coast Rowing Clubs request for a boathouse site at Palm City’s Leighton Park, and approved a 25-year renewable lease.

The boathouse is located on 0.91 acres on the shores of the St. Lucie and South Fork Rivers. It is a 22′ x 72′ storage facility that contains36 boats. The Treasure Coast Rowing Club invites you to join in this community venture.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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“Martin County’s Photo Journal

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Learn to Row Day

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Palm City — The 14th-annual National Learn to Row Day sponsored by USRowing and Concept2 took place on Saturday, in rowing clubs and health clubs throughout the United States. Competitive and recreational rowers ranged in age from 12 to over 90, so it is never too early or too late to take up the sport.

HUGE TURNOUT on Saturday with 60 potential masters and juniors had their first strokes and we hope that they all come back for either our learn to row camps or private lessons! Remember 8th-12th graders – we are recruiting for the Junior Team. Sign up now online for one of the Learn To Row Camps.

The Treasure Coast Rowing Club began in 1991 when a handful of local rowers decided it would be the best way for them to share their favorite activity with the communities of the Treasure Coast. Since then, the Club has acquired its own fleet of boats, a membership roster of more than 60, and the recognition of our communitys leaders. The Club became a chartered non-profit corporation in 1996. In August of 1997 the Martin County Commission gave their vote of confidence along with almost an acre of waterfront property on the St. Lucie River. This is the site of the Treasure Coast Community Rowing Center.

On August 26, 1997 the Martin County Board of Commissioners granted the Treasure Coast Rowing Clubs request for a boathouse site at Palm City’s Leighton Park, and approved a 25-year renewable lease.

The boathouse is located on 0.91 acres on the shores of the St. Lucie and South Fork Rivers. It is a 22′ x 72′ storage facility that contains36 boats. The Treasure Coast Rowing Club invites you to join in this community venture.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Email your story or request to: info@out2news.com/martincounty

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“Martin County’s Photo Journal

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Learn to Row Day

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Palm City — The 14th-annual National Learn to Row Day sponsored by USRowing and Concept2 took place on Saturday, in rowing clubs and health clubs throughout the United States. Competitive and recreational rowers ranged in age from 12 to over 90, so it is never too early or too late to take up the sport.

HUGE TURNOUT on Saturday with 60 potential masters and juniors had their first strokes and we hope that they all come back for either our learn to row camps or private lessons! Remember 8th-12th graders – we are recruiting for the Junior Team. Sign up now online for one of the Learn To Row Camps.

The Treasure Coast Rowing Club began in 1991 when a handful of local rowers decided it would be the best way for them to share their favorite activity with the communities of the Treasure Coast. Since then, the Club has acquired its own fleet of boats, a membership roster of more than 60, and the recognition of our communitys leaders. The Club became a chartered non-profit corporation in 1996. In August of 1997 the Martin County Commission gave their vote of confidence along with almost an acre of waterfront property on the St. Lucie River. This is the site of the Treasure Coast Community Rowing Center.

On August 26, 1997 the Martin County Board of Commissioners granted the Treasure Coast Rowing Clubs request for a boathouse site at Palm City’s Leighton Park, and approved a 25-year renewable lease.

The boathouse is located on 0.91 acres on the shores of the St. Lucie and South Fork Rivers. It is a 22′ x 72′ storage facility that contains36 boats. The Treasure Coast Rowing Club invites you to join in this community venture.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Email your story or request to: info@out2news.com/martincounty

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“Martin County’s Photo Journal

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Learn to Row Day

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Palm City — The 14th-annual National Learn to Row Day sponsored by USRowing and Concept2 took place on Saturday, in rowing clubs and health clubs throughout the United States. Competitive and recreational rowers ranged in age from 12 to over 90, so it is never too early or too late to take up the sport.

HUGE TURNOUT on Saturday with 60 potential masters and juniors had their first strokes and we hope that they all come back for either our learn to row camps or private lessons! Remember 8th-12th graders – we are recruiting for the Junior Team. Sign up now online for one of the Learn To Row Camps.

The Treasure Coast Rowing Club began in 1991 when a handful of local rowers decided it would be the best way for them to share their favorite activity with the communities of the Treasure Coast. Since then, the Club has acquired its own fleet of boats, a membership roster of more than 60, and the recognition of our communitys leaders. The Club became a chartered non-profit corporation in 1996. In August of 1997 the Martin County Commission gave their vote of confidence along with almost an acre of waterfront property on the St. Lucie River. This is the site of the Treasure Coast Community Rowing Center.

On August 26, 1997 the Martin County Board of Commissioners granted the Treasure Coast Rowing Clubs request for a boathouse site at Palm City’s Leighton Park, and approved a 25-year renewable lease.

The boathouse is located on 0.91 acres on the shores of the St. Lucie and South Fork Rivers. It is a 22′ x 72′ storage facility that contains36 boats. The Treasure Coast Rowing Club invites you to join in this community venture.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Email your story or request to: info@out2news.com/martincounty

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Learn to Row Day

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Palm City — The 14th-annual National Learn to Row Day sponsored by USRowing and Concept2 took place on Saturday, in rowing clubs and health clubs throughout the United States. Competitive and recreational rowers ranged in age from 12 to over 90, so it is never too early or too late to take up the sport.

HUGE TURNOUT on Saturday with 60 potential masters and juniors had their first strokes and we hope that they all come back for either our learn to row camps or private lessons! Remember 8th-12th graders – we are recruiting for the Junior Team. Sign up now online for one of the Learn To Row Camps.

The Treasure Coast Rowing Club began in 1991 when a handful of local rowers decided it would be the best way for them to share their favorite activity with the communities of the Treasure Coast. Since then, the Club has acquired its own fleet of boats, a membership roster of more than 60, and the recognition of our communitys leaders. The Club became a chartered non-profit corporation in 1996. In August of 1997 the Martin County Commission gave their vote of confidence along with almost an acre of waterfront property on the St. Lucie River. This is the site of the Treasure Coast Community Rowing Center.

On August 26, 1997 the Martin County Board of Commissioners granted the Treasure Coast Rowing Clubs request for a boathouse site at Palm City’s Leighton Park, and approved a 25-year renewable lease.

The boathouse is located on 0.91 acres on the shores of the St. Lucie and South Fork Rivers. It is a 22′ x 72′ storage facility that contains36 boats. The Treasure Coast Rowing Club invites you to join in this community venture.

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You’re Invited to a Birthday Party

at the Equine Rescue and Adoption Foundation

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In photo: Staff at ERAF 2012 ribbon cutting grand opening

Palm City — The gates will be open to the public on Saturday, May 23 from 1 pm to 4 pm at the Equine Rescue and Adoption Foundation (ERAF) in Palm City for a free birthday celebration. The organization is celebrating 15 years since they were founded and one year since they moved into their new property. So it’s a double birthday celebration!

ERAF is the foremost horse rescue organization in the Treasure Coast where horse owners and the public can turn to for help.

They have rescued more than 120 horses and found 110 new forever homes.

There will be plenty of entertainment including live music. The public is invited to tour the property and visit with the horses and learn more about their stories. Board members and volunteers will be on hand to answer questions and provide information on membership, volunteering and how you can help the organization.

Food and drink will be available for sale and everyone will enjoy birthday cake. There will also be a variety of vendors and a raffle. ERAF tee shirts and etched wine glasses with horse designs will also be sold.

The Martin County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) calls upon ERAF for assistance when their officers encounter horses that have been abandoned, neglected or are not being treated humanely in their current homes.

The Martin County Sheriff’s Office is helping to support this event in several big ways.

The country air is sure to give you an appetite. What could be better than hotdogs and hamburgers cooked by the Martin County Sheriff’s Office BBQ Grill Team? They will also be offering tours of the Traffic Command Center, which is the base for central communication during large-scale events, interstate closures, and DUI saturation programs.

In addition, the Sheriff’s Office Posse, which is the horseback law enforcement unit, will be there to meet the public. The Sheriff’s Posse takes part in searches and investigations in areas that are more accessible by horseback. These incidents include the search lost children in dense wooded areas, to missing and endangered adults.

Maintaining fences is an ongoing project and buying a plank is an easy way to help. Be sure to look for the booth where you can purchase fence planks in lengths from 8’ to 200’.

All of the horses at ERAF are trained using Natural Horsemanship methods and there will be a demonstration of how the horses are trained as they prepare to be adopted by a new loving owner and a forever home.

ERAF is located at 6400 SW Martin Highway in Palm City. For directions, more information or to make a donation, please visit the website at www.eraf.org.

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Signing Day For South Fork Hurler

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In photo: Jesse Cerri right after committing to PGCC

Staurt — Wednesday was signing day for South Fork Pitcher Jesse Cerri.

Jesse will be heading for Maryland and Prince George’s Community College, with hopes of playing in Collge Park (University of Maryland) in the future.

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Florida Oceanographic Hosts Free Youth Fishing Clinic April 19th

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Stuart, Fla. April 2, 2015 – The thrill of catching your first fish is a memorable experience, and an important outdoor skill that can result in a tasty meal.

Florida Oceanographic Society will host the 4th annual Game Fish and Fish Games on Sunday, April 19 from 8:45 to 11:30 a.m. for children ages 8–14. This FREE fishing clinic will take place at the Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center, 890 N.E. Ocean Blvd. on Hutchinson Island in Stuart.

Learn about tackle selection, knot tying, casting, cast netting, fish identification, filleting, and ethical angling techniques. Participants will also receive a FREE spinning rod and reel courtesy of the “Fish Florida” license plate program. Afterwards, compete in a month-long catch, photograph, and release fishing tournament in partnership with the Snook and Gamefish Foundation.

“In today’s ‘digital’ world, fishing has to be one of the best ways to get kids off the couch and excited about the outdoors. By giving our young anglers an early introduction to responsible and ethical fishing, we hope to kick start a lifelong passion for the sport,” said Zack Jud, PhD, director of education and exhibits at Florida Oceanographic Society.

This FREE program is made possible thanks to the generous support of Fish Florida, the Snook and Gamefish Foundation, and the International Game Fish Association. Special recognition goes to the Stuart Rod and Reel Club and Stuart Flyrodders, whose members have volunteered their time and expertise to help encourage a passion for angling in countless local youngsters.

Participants must wear close-toed shoes; bug spray, sunscreen, hat, and a water bottle are recommended. Advance registration is required; please RSVP by April 12. To register or to learn more, call the Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center at 772-225-0505, or visit FloridaOcean.org.

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7th Annual Single Fin Showdown

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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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How A Profoundly Disabled Boy Became A Running Champ

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(CNN)Twelve years ago, Rachel Miller was lost when it came to her son John. The 7-year-old was profoundly disabled because of his autism.

Unable to speak, he withdrew from people at school and, worse, from his family.

In March 2003, Miller was introduced to Jeff Hancock, a one-on-one therapist for people with autism, and things started to feel a little more manageable.

Hancock was hired to be John’s companion. The two would go people-watching at the mall in Stuart, Florida, on the weekends. Hancock chatted throughout their excursions, even though John couldn’t talk back.

Their relationship evolved when Hancock introduced John to the Special Olympics in Martin County. Hancock, a longtime volunteer for the organization, and Miller decided John should get involved in sports after they saw a rare sight: Whenever John was running or being active, he was smiling.

Up until that point, Miller said, it was virtually impossible to get John involved with sports because of his condition.

“There were very few people who knew how to handle a disability as severe as John’s,” she said. “Even teachers and professionals were unable to reach him.”

One area of difficulty was communication. John couldn’t speak and was mainly unresponsive to people.

And people distanced themselves when they saw the teen injure himself. John would bite his arms and hands and even hit himself with powerful blows to the head, Miller said.

As John got older, his behavioral issues intensified. But while teachers and peers drew away, Hancock stood closer by his side.

When John turned 12, Hancock introduced him to track at the Special Olympics. For the first three years, the pair just observed the sport by watching practices and events. Hancock worked daily with John, showing him everything, including where to sit, stand and walk, so he would understand the flow of the events.

Eventually, the lessons clicked, and John was off doing 50-meter sprints. John was racing because he loved to run, not because he wanted to compete, Hancock explained.

“Winning is not in his vocabulary. We put him in smaller races so that he could finish,” Hancock said. Finishing the races was a way to boost John’s confidence. “He learned that when he finished the race he could see his mom, and get a drink, and get hugs.”

But as John got older, he got stronger and faster. At 16, he was jumping hurdles and doing 800-meter races. Miller started seeing her son as a serious athlete.

Off the field, John was closed off to the world, but on the track he shined.

“John’s head will be down a lot when he is trying to have social interactions. But when he is running, his form is perfect,” she said.

John even verbalizes on the field, joyously yelling. “It sounds like he is happy,” Miller said.

In May 2014, John’s training brought him to the Special Olympics State Summer Games in Orlando. The 18-year-old was competing in the 800 meters and the 110-meter hurdles.

As the 800 was setting up, Miller remembered, she pressed her face against the fence, anxiously waiting for John to compete. The lanes were filled and the runners took their positions. Miller’s mind raced: Would John would be OK in front of hundreds of cheering spectators? Would he would trip? Would he even finish?

But as soon as the race started, her fears melted away, and all Miller saw was an athlete, her athlete.

“I just wanted to see the best performance. It seemed much more significant than whether he would ever speak or respond to me,” she said.

John ended up winning the gold medal for the 800.

Sports completely changed John, and Miller said that is because of Hancock. “A person with a disability can feel hopeless and isolated, and I think that can happen to parents, too. Jeff probably saw that with us,” Miller said, thinking back to when Hancock first met their family.

“John was never expected to be an athlete,” Miller said. “But if John could speak, he would say his coach always expected it.”

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Jupiter JV Lacrosse Defeats Jensen Beach 6 to 5

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Jensen Beach — In a very well played, competitive game, the Jupiter High School Junior Varsity Lacrosse team defeated the JV team from Jensen Beach High School 6 goals to 5.

Tanner Gabriel and Denver Aranda scored two goals each for Jupiter while Daniel Stampar and Garrett Vincent scored one goal each.

Jensen Beach’s Ricky Rivera scored three goals for the Falcons while Paul Powers and Collin Walsh each tallied one goal.

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Jupiter JV Lacrosse Defeats Jensen Beach 6 to 5

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By: Charlie Roberts

Jensen Beach — In a very well played, competitive game, the Jupiter High School Junior Varsity Lacrosse team defeated the JV team from Jensen Beach High School 6 goals to 5.

Tanner Gabriel and Denver Aranda scored two goals each for Jupiter while Daniel Stampar and Garrett Vincent scored one goal each.

Jensen Beach’s Ricky Rivera scored three goals for the Falcons while Paul Powers and Collin Walsh each tallied one goal.

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Jupiter JV Lacrosse Defeats Jensen Beach 6 to 5

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By: Charlie Roberts

Jensen Beach — In a very well played, competitive game, the Jupiter High School Junior Varsity Lacrosse team defeated the JV team from Jensen Beach High School 6 goals to 5.

Tanner Gabriel and Denver Aranda scored two goals each for Jupiter while Daniel Stampar and Garrett Vincent scored one goal each.

Jensen Beach’s Ricky Rivera scored three goals for the Falcons while Paul Powers and Collin Walsh each tallied one goal.

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Jupiter JV Lacrosse Defeats Jensen Beach 6 to 5

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By: Charlie Roberts

Jensen Beach — In a very well played, competitive game, the Jupiter High School Junior Varsity Lacrosse team defeated the JV team from Jensen Beach High School 6 goals to 5.

Tanner Gabriel and Denver Aranda scored two goals each for Jupiter while Daniel Stampar and Garrett Vincent scored one goal each.

Jensen Beach’s Ricky Rivera scored three goals for the Falcons while Paul Powers and Collin Walsh each tallied one goal.

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Jupiter JV Lacrosse Defeats Jensen Beach 6 to 5

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By: Charlie Roberts

Jensen Beach — In a very well played, competitive game, the Jupiter High School Junior Varsity Lacrosse team defeated the JV team from Jensen Beach High School 6 goals to 5.

Tanner Gabriel and Denver Aranda scored two goals each for Jupiter while Daniel Stampar and Garrett Vincent scored one goal each.

Jensen Beach’s Ricky Rivera scored three goals for the Falcons while Paul Powers and Collin Walsh each tallied one goal.

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Jupiter JV Lacrosse Defeats Jensen Beach 6 to 5

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By: Charlie Roberts

Jensen Beach — In a very well played, competitive game, the Jupiter High School Junior Varsity Lacrosse team defeated the JV team from Jensen Beach High School 6 goals to 5.

Tanner Gabriel and Denver Aranda scored two goals each for Jupiter while Daniel Stampar and Garrett Vincent scored one goal each.

Jensen Beach’s Ricky Rivera scored three goals for the Falcons while Paul Powers and Collin Walsh each tallied one goal.

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 St. Thomas Aquinas Girls Defeat Martin County 5- 3

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Stuart — In a very well played, competitive game, the Girls Junior Varsity from St. Thomas Aquinas defeated the Martin County Tigers JV team 5 to 3. Bri Mastroianni led the Tigers in scoring with two goals and Madeline Fletcher added a goal also.

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St. Thomas Aquinas Girls Defeat Martin County 5- 3

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Stuart — In a very well played, competitive game, the Girls Junior Varsity from St. Thomas Aquinas defeated the Martin County Tigers JV team 5 to 3. Bri Mastroianni led the Tigers in scoring with two goals and Madeline Fletcher added a goal also.

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Elevate Hope Celebrates “Wall of Hope 5K”

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Stuart — Children in our community are often jaded by their lifestyle or environment. It is beneficial for the children to develop an understanding that there are people and children in totally different circumstances than themselves. And by a small act of kindness they can truly have an impact on somebody else’s life. Children learn a variety of social issues, with hopes of learning more about themselves, their community and the world. The true impact of the program is Reflection, Education and Action. Promoting initiative and living with passion…believing one student can make a difference.

The Elev8hope experience is phenomenal! The lessons learned in this afterschool program are life-long with great rewards. While most core-values programs are taught through religious venues and on weekends, The best way to teach compassion is “not” to teach, but to inspire through real-life examples, after school. You will look forward to your child joining our program from 1:50-3:00 pm where we will plan and carry out a different charitable projects.

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Elevate Hope Celebrates “Wall of Hope 5K”

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Stuart — Children in our community are often jaded by their lifestyle or environment. It is beneficial for the children to develop an understanding that there are people and children in totally different circumstances than themselves. And by a small act of kindness they can truly have an impact on somebody else’s life. Children learn a variety of social issues, with hopes of learning more about themselves, their community and the world. The true impact of the program is Reflection, Education and Action. Promoting initiative and living with passion…believing one student can make a difference.

The Elev8hope experience is phenomenal! The lessons learned in this afterschool program are life-long with great rewards. While most core-values programs are taught through religious venues and on weekends, The best way to teach compassion is “not” to teach, but to inspire through real-life examples, after school. You will look forward to your child joining our program from 1:50-3:00 pm where we will plan and carry out a different charitable projects.

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Elevate Hope Celebrates “Wall of Hope 5K”

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Stuart — Children in our community are often jaded by their lifestyle or environment. It is beneficial for the children to develop an understanding that there are people and children in totally different circumstances than themselves. And by a small act of kindness they can truly have an impact on somebody else’s life. Children learn a variety of social issues, with hopes of learning more about themselves, their community and the world. The true impact of the program is Reflection, Education and Action. Promoting initiative and living with passion…believing one student can make a difference.

The Elev8hope experience is phenomenal! The lessons learned in this afterschool program are life-long with great rewards. While most core-values programs are taught through religious venues and on weekends, The best way to teach compassion is “not” to teach, but to inspire through real-life examples, after school. You will look forward to your child joining our program from 1:50-3:00 pm where we will plan and carry out a different charitable projects.

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Elevate Hope Celebrates “Wall of Hope 5K”

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Stuart — Children in our community are often jaded by their lifestyle or environment. It is beneficial for the children to develop an understanding that there are people and children in totally different circumstances than themselves. And by a small act of kindness they can truly have an impact on somebody else’s life. Children learn a variety of social issues, with hopes of learning more about themselves, their community and the world. The true impact of the program is Reflection, Education and Action. Promoting initiative and living with passion…believing one student can make a difference.

The Elev8hope experience is phenomenal! The lessons learned in this afterschool program are life-long with great rewards. While most core-values programs are taught through religious venues and on weekends, The best way to teach compassion is “not” to teach, but to inspire through real-life examples, after school. You will look forward to your child joining our program from 1:50-3:00 pm where we will plan and carry out a different charitable projects.

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Stuart — Children in our community are often jaded by their lifestyle or environment. It is beneficial for the children to develop an understanding that there are people and children in totally different circumstances than themselves. And by a small act of kindness they can truly have an impact on somebody else’s life. Children learn a variety of social issues, with hopes of learning more about themselves, their community and the world. The true impact of the program is Reflection, Education and Action. Promoting initiative and living with passion…believing one student can make a difference.

The Elev8hope experience is phenomenal! The lessons learned in this afterschool program are life-long with great rewards. While most core-values programs are taught through religious venues and on weekends, The best way to teach compassion is “not” to teach, but to inspire through real-life examples, after school. You will look forward to your child joining our program from 1:50-3:00 pm where we will plan and carry out a different charitable projects.

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Elevate Hope Celebrates “Wall of Hope 5K”

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Stuart — Children in our community are often jaded by their lifestyle or environment. It is beneficial for the children to develop an understanding that there are people and children in totally different circumstances than themselves. And by a small act of kindness they can truly have an impact on somebody else’s life. Children learn a variety of social issues, with hopes of learning more about themselves, their community and the world. The true impact of the program is Reflection, Education and Action. Promoting initiative and living with passion…believing one student can make a difference.

The Elev8hope experience is phenomenal! The lessons learned in this afterschool program are life-long with great rewards. While most core-values programs are taught through religious venues and on weekends, The best way to teach compassion is “not” to teach, but to inspire through real-life examples, after school. You will look forward to your child joining our program from 1:50-3:00 pm where we will plan and carry out a different charitable projects.

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Celebrity Sporting Clay Tournament & Shootout

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M.E.’s Team is thrilled to host our 9th Annual Celebrity Sporting Clays Shootout on January 31, 2015!

This year’s Shootout will be held at Quail Creek Plantation in Okeechobee, Florida.  Our Shoot Committee has worked hard to ensure the event will be a blast! The Shootout will begin at 8 am with a rolling start and commence with a catered lunch and award ceremony.  Bring your shotguns and be ready to test your skills against Major League Baseball players.

To continue the success of the event, we are seeking sponsors and gathering in-kind donations for our raffle.  M.E.’s Team has been honored by the support of our community and hope that you will consider joining our TEAM.  We are dedicated to enriching the lives of children through teamwork.  Your support will make an enormous impact on the well-being of children on the Treasure Coast.

Our TEAM needs you. We would like to thank you in advance for your support.  If you have any questions, please contact Sam Bruning at (772) 291-6633.

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Okeechobee Hosts 16TH Annual JV Wrestling Tournament

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By: Charlie Roberts

Okeechobee — On Saturday December 20th Okeechobee High School hosted their 16TH annual JV Wrestling Tournament. Teams from Martin County HS, Jensen Beach HS, Centennial HS, Ft Pierce Central, Vero Beach HS, Riverside HS, Port St. Lucie HS, Lake Placid HS and Sebastian HS competed with the Okeechobee JV wrestlers.

Bruce Jahner, coach of the Okeechobee team, stated that this meet allowed numerous wrestlers to compete in the same weight class.

Jensen Beach and Martin County teams did very well with several wrestlers competing in various weight classes.

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Okeechobee Hosts 16TH Annual JV Wrestling Tournament

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By: Charlie Roberts

Okeechobee — On Saturday December 20th Okeechobee High School hosted their 16TH annual JV Wrestling Tournament. Teams from Martin County HS, Jensen Beach HS, Centennial HS, Ft Pierce Central, Vero Beach HS, Riverside HS, Port St. Lucie HS, Lake Placid HS and Sebastian HS competed with the Okeechobee JV wrestlers.

Bruce Jahner, coach of the Okeechobee team, stated that this meet allowed numerous wrestlers to compete in the same weight class.

Jensen Beach and Martin County teams did very well with several wrestlers competing in various weight classes.

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Okeechobee Hosts 16TH Annual JV Wrestling Tournament

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By: Charlie Roberts

Okeechobee — On Saturday December 20th Okeechobee High School hosted their 16TH annual JV Wrestling Tournament. Teams from Martin County HS, Jensen Beach HS, Centennial HS, Ft Pierce Central, Vero Beach HS, Riverside HS, Port St. Lucie HS, Lake Placid HS and Sebastian HS competed with the Okeechobee JV wrestlers.

Bruce Jahner, coach of the Okeechobee team, stated that this meet allowed numerous wrestlers to compete in the same weight class.

Jensen Beach and Martin County teams did very well with several wrestlers competing in various weight classes.

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Okeechobee Hosts 16TH Annual JV Wrestling Tournament

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By: Charlie Roberts

Okeechobee — On Saturday December 20th Okeechobee High School hosted their 16TH annual JV Wrestling Tournament. Teams from Martin County HS, Jensen Beach HS, Centennial HS, Ft Pierce Central, Vero Beach HS, Riverside HS, Port St. Lucie HS, Lake Placid HS and Sebastian HS competed with the Okeechobee JV wrestlers.

Bruce Jahner, coach of the Okeechobee team, stated that this meet allowed numerous wrestlers to compete in the same weight class.

Jensen Beach and Martin County teams did very well with several wrestlers competing in various weight classes.

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Okeechobee Hosts 16TH Annual JV Wrestling Tournament

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By: Charlie Roberts

Okeechobee — On Saturday December 20th Okeechobee High School hosted their 16TH annual JV Wrestling Tournament. Teams from Martin County HS, Jensen Beach HS, Centennial HS, Ft Pierce Central, Vero Beach HS, Riverside HS, Port St. Lucie HS, Lake Placid HS and Sebastian HS competed with the Okeechobee JV wrestlers.

Bruce Jahner, coach of the Okeechobee team, stated that this meet allowed numerous wrestlers to compete in the same weight class.

Jensen Beach and Martin County teams did very well with several wrestlers competing in various weight classes.

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Okeechobee Hosts 16TH Annual JV Wrestling Tournament

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By: Charlie Roberts

Okeechobee — On Saturday December 20th Okeechobee High School hosted their 16TH annual JV Wrestling Tournament. Teams from Martin County HS, Jensen Beach HS, Centennial HS, Ft Pierce Central, Vero Beach HS, Riverside HS, Port St. Lucie HS, Lake Placid HS and Sebastian HS competed with the Okeechobee JV wrestlers.

Bruce Jahner, coach of the Okeechobee team, stated that this meet allowed numerous wrestlers to compete in the same weight class.

Jensen Beach and Martin County teams did very well with several wrestlers competing in various weight classes.

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Okeechobee Hosts 16TH Annual JV Wrestling Tournament

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By: Charlie Roberts

Okeechobee — On Saturday December 20th Okeechobee High School hosted their 16TH annual JV Wrestling Tournament. Teams from Martin County HS, Jensen Beach HS, Centennial HS, Ft Pierce Central, Vero Beach HS, Riverside HS, Port St. Lucie HS, Lake Placid HS and Sebastian HS competed with the Okeechobee JV wrestlers.

Bruce Jahner, coach of the Okeechobee team, stated that this meet allowed numerous wrestlers to compete in the same weight class.

Jensen Beach and Martin County teams did very well with several wrestlers competing in various weight classes.

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Okeechobee Hosts 16TH Annual JV Wrestling Tournament

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By: Charlie Roberts

Okeechobee — On Saturday December 20th Okeechobee High School hosted their 16TH annual JV Wrestling Tournament. Teams from Martin County HS, Jensen Beach HS, Centennial HS, Ft Pierce Central, Vero Beach HS, Riverside HS, Port St. Lucie HS, Lake Placid HS and Sebastian HS competed with the Okeechobee JV wrestlers.

Bruce Jahner, coach of the Okeechobee team, stated that this meet allowed numerous wrestlers to compete in the same weight class.

Jensen Beach and Martin County teams did very well with several wrestlers competing in various weight classes.

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WATER ADVISORY LIFTED AT LEIGHTON PARK IN PALM CITY

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(Martin County, FL) – Following a series of samples in the acceptable range for enteric bacteria, the advisory to avoid contact with the waters near Leighton Park in Palm City has ended. The advisory had been in effect for Leighton Park since September of this year.

Enteric bacteria inhabit the intestinal tract of humans and animals and their presence in recreational waters is an indicator of fecal pollution. The presence of these bacteria may come from storm water runoff, pets, wildlife and human sewage.

The Florida Department of Health in Martin County samples (4) river sites weekly for enteric bacteria including Leighton Park, the Roosevelt Bridge, Sandsprit Park in Stuart and the Stuart Sandbar. In addition, ocean beaches and the Indian River Lagoon causeways are sampled every other week.

River and beach water sample results can be accessed here:

http://martin.floridahealth.gov/programs-and-services/environmental-health/beach-and-river-sampling/results/index.html

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South Fork High School Girls Varsity Golf Team

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Stuart — Coach Scott Fetner is enjoying his first year living in Florida coaching the South Fork High School Girls Varsity team.

Scott been golfing for 30+ years and is a PGA Class A member. Scott previously coached at Benson Tech High School in Portland Oregon.

The girls have made a terrific effort this season. The team consists of: Breanna Query: Junior, Sarah Travis: Senior, Lauren Tkaczow: Sophmore, Alexandra Nelson: Senior, Zuyi Zhao: Sophmore, Faiza Ahmed: Freshman, Claudia Peng: Freshman, Coral Sotomayor: Jr, Lexi Reams: Sophmore, Holly Amberose: Junior.

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Redeemer Lutheran Girls Volleyball

Victorious At Tournament

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Stuart — Redeemer strives to be the best in sports. Teamwork, sports concepts, skill development, and sportsmanship are Redeemer’s athletic goals. Redeemer has many sports opportunities including Cross Country, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Flag football and Golf. Girls Lacrosse begins in 2012.

In 2011, Redeemer placed 1st and 2nd in Volleyball, 1st in Soccer, 1st in Girls Basketball; Cross Country had a strong girl’s team. Also in 2011, flag football had a winning season and earned a place in the playoffs. In 2014 the girls basketball place won the TCAC championship. This is the 4th championship on 5 years. We are very proud of our Rams!

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Redeemer Lutheran

Girls Volleyball Victorious At Tournament

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Stuart — Redeemer strives to be the best in sports. Teamwork, sports concepts, skill development, and sportsmanship are Redeemer’s athletic goals. Redeemer has many sports opportunities including Cross Country, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Flag football and Golf. Girls Lacrosse begins in 2012.

In 2011, Redeemer placed 1st and 2nd in Volleyball, 1st in Soccer, 1st in Girls Basketball; Cross Country had a strong girl’s team. Also in 2011, flag football had a winning season and earned a place in the playoffs. In 2014 the girls basketball place won the TCAC championship. This is the 4th championship on 5 years. We are very proud of our Rams!

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Redeemer Lutheran

Girls Volleyball Victorious At Tournament

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Stuart — Redeemer strives to be the best in sports. Teamwork, sports concepts, skill development, and sportsmanship are Redeemer’s athletic goals. Redeemer has many sports opportunities including Cross Country, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Flag football and Golf. Girls Lacrosse begins in 2012.

In 2011, Redeemer placed 1st and 2nd in Volleyball, 1st in Soccer, 1st in Girls Basketball; Cross Country had a strong girl’s team. Also in 2011, flag football had a winning season and earned a place in the playoffs. In 2014 the girls basketball place won the TCAC championship. This is the 4th championship on 5 years. We are very proud of our Rams!

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Redeemer Lutheran

Girls Volleyball Victorious At Tournament

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Stuart — Redeemer strives to be the best in sports. Teamwork, sports concepts, skill development, and sportsmanship are Redeemer’s athletic goals. Redeemer has many sports opportunities including Cross Country, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Flag football and Golf. Girls Lacrosse begins in 2012.

In 2011, Redeemer placed 1st and 2nd in Volleyball, 1st in Soccer, 1st in Girls Basketball; Cross Country had a strong girl’s team. Also in 2011, flag football had a winning season and earned a place in the playoffs. In 2014 the girls basketball place won the TCAC championship. This is the 4th championship on 5 years. We are very proud of our Rams!

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Redeemer Lutheran

Girls Volleyball Victorious At Tournament

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Stuart — Redeemer strives to be the best in sports. Teamwork, sports concepts, skill development, and sportsmanship are Redeemer’s athletic goals. Redeemer has many sports opportunities including Cross Country, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Flag football and Golf. Girls Lacrosse begins in 2012.

In 2011, Redeemer placed 1st and 2nd in Volleyball, 1st in Soccer, 1st in Girls Basketball; Cross Country had a strong girl’s team. Also in 2011, flag football had a winning season and earned a place in the playoffs. In 2014 the girls basketball place won the TCAC championship. This is the 4th championship on 5 years. We are very proud of our Rams!

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Redeemer Lutheran

Girls Volleyball Victorious At Tournament

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Stuart — Redeemer strives to be the best in sports. Teamwork, sports concepts, skill development, and sportsmanship are Redeemer’s athletic goals. Redeemer has many sports opportunities including Cross Country, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Flag football and Golf. Girls Lacrosse begins in 2012.

In 2011, Redeemer placed 1st and 2nd in Volleyball, 1st in Soccer, 1st in Girls Basketball; Cross Country had a strong girl’s team. Also in 2011, flag football had a winning season and earned a place in the playoffs. In 2014 the girls basketball place won the TCAC championship. This is the 4th championship on 5 years. We are very proud of our Rams!

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Redeemer Lutheran

Girls Volleyball Victorious At Tournament

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Stuart — Redeemer strives to be the best in sports. Teamwork, sports concepts, skill development, and sportsmanship are Redeemer’s athletic goals. Redeemer has many sports opportunities including Cross Country, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Flag football and Golf. Girls Lacrosse begins in 2012.

In 2011, Redeemer placed 1st and 2nd in Volleyball, 1st in Soccer, 1st in Girls Basketball; Cross Country had a strong girl’s team. Also in 2011, flag football had a winning season and earned a place in the playoffs. In 2014 the girls basketball place won the TCAC championship. This is the 4th championship on 5 years. We are very proud of our Rams!

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Redeemer  Lutheran

Girls Volleyball Victorious At Tournament

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Stuart — Redeemer strives to be the best in sports. Teamwork, sports concepts, skill development, and sportsmanship are Redeemer’s athletic goals. Redeemer has many sports opportunities including Cross Country, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Flag football and Golf. Girls Lacrosse begins in 2012.

In 2011, Redeemer placed 1st and 2nd in Volleyball, 1st in Soccer, 1st in Girls Basketball; Cross Country had a strong girl’s team. Also in 2011, flag football had a winning season and earned a place in the playoffs. In 2014 the girls basketball place won the TCAC championship. This is the 4th championship on 5 years. We are very proud of our Rams!

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Redeemer Lutheran

Girls Volleyball Victorious At Tournament

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Stuart — Redeemer strives to be the best in sports. Teamwork, sports concepts, skill development, and sportsmanship are Redeemer’s athletic goals. Redeemer has many sports opportunities including Cross Country, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Flag football and Golf. Girls Lacrosse begins in 2012.

In 2011, Redeemer placed 1st and 2nd in Volleyball, 1st in Soccer, 1st in Girls Basketball; Cross Country had a strong girl’s team. Also in 2011, flag football had a winning season and earned a place in the playoffs. In 2014 the girls basketball place won the TCAC championship. This is the 4th championship on 5 years. We are very proud of our Rams!

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Redeemer Lutheran

Girls Volleyball Victorious At Tournament

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Stuart — Redeemer strives to be the best in sports. Teamwork, sports concepts, skill development, and sportsmanship are Redeemer’s athletic goals. Redeemer has many sports opportunities including Cross Country, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Flag football and Golf. Girls Lacrosse begins in 2012.

In 2011, Redeemer placed 1st and 2nd in Volleyball, 1st in Soccer, 1st in Girls Basketball; Cross Country had a strong girl’s team. Also in 2011, flag football had a winning season and earned a place in the playoffs. In 2014 the girls basketball place won the TCAC championship. This is the 4th championship on 5 years. We are very proud of our Rams!

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Redeemer Lutheran

Girls Volleyball Victorious At Tournament

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Stuart — Redeemer strives to be the best in sports. Teamwork, sports concepts, skill development, and sportsmanship are Redeemer’s athletic goals. Redeemer has many sports opportunities including Cross Country, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Flag football and Golf. Girls Lacrosse begins in 2012.

In 2011, Redeemer placed 1st and 2nd in Volleyball, 1st in Soccer, 1st in Girls Basketball; Cross Country had a strong girl’s team. Also in 2011, flag football had a winning season and earned a place in the playoffs. In 2014 the girls basketball place won the TCAC championship. This is the 4th championship on 5 years. We are very proud of our Rams!

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Redeemer Lutheran

Girls Volleyball Victorious At Tournament

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Stuart — Redeemer strives to be the best in sports. Teamwork, sports concepts, skill development, and sportsmanship are Redeemer’s athletic goals. Redeemer has many sports opportunities including Cross Country, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Flag football and Golf. Girls Lacrosse begins in 2012.

In 2011, Redeemer placed 1st and 2nd in Volleyball, 1st in Soccer, 1st in Girls Basketball; Cross Country had a strong girl’s team. Also in 2011, flag football had a winning season and earned a place in the playoffs. In 2014 the girls basketball place won the TCAC championship. This is the 4th championship on 5 years. We are very proud of our Rams!

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The Treasure Coast Rowing Club At Miami Head of the Indian Creek Regatta

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Miami — The annual Head of the Indian Creek is a 2.7 mile race against the clock on scenic Indian Creek in the heart of Miami Beach. Race categories cover the entire range of competitors (high school, masters, colleges and open classes) from recreation singles to championship eights. Medals are awarded to the first three places in all races, and trophies are given to the highest point college, club and high school. The “Creek” is always a lot of fun.

The Treasure Coast Rowing Club began in 1991 when a handful of local rowers decided it would be the best way for them to share their favorite activity with the communities of the Treasure Coast. Since then, the Club has acquired its own fleet of boats, a membership roster of more than 60, and the recognition of our community’s leaders. The Club became a chartered non-profit corporation in 1996. In August of 1997 the Martin County Commission gave their vote of confidence along with almost an acre of waterfront property on the St. Lucie River. This is the site of the Treasure Coast Community Rowing Center.

On August 26, 1997 the Martin County Board of Commissioners granted the Treasure Coast Rowing Club’s request for a boathouse site at Palm City’s Leighton Park and approved a 25-year renewable lease. The boathouse is located on .91 acres on the shores of the St. Lucie River’s South Fork. It is a 22 by 72 foot storage facility that contains 36 boats. The Treasure Coa st Rowing Club invites you to join in this community venture. Come experience the joys and the satisfactions of rowing. Become a member of the Club. We solicit your particip ation as we grow.

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The Treasure Coast Rowing Club At Miami Head of the Indian Creek Regatta

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Miami — The annual Head of the Indian Creek is a 2.7 mile race against the clock on scenic Indian Creek in the heart of Miami Beach. Race categories cover the entire range of competitors (high school, masters, colleges and open classes) from recreation singles to championship eights. Medals are awarded to the first three places in all races, and trophies are given to the highest point college, club and high school. The “Creek” is always a lot of fun.

The Treasure Coast Rowing Club began in 1991 when a handful of local rowers decided it would be the best way for them to share their favorite activity with the communities of the Treasure Coast. Since then, the Club has acquired its own fleet of boats, a membership roster of more than 60, and the recognition of our community’s leaders. The Club became a chartered non-profit corporation in 1996. In August of 1997 the Martin County Commission gave their vote of confidence along with almost an acre of waterfront property on the St. Lucie River. This is the site of the Treasure Coast Community Rowing Center.

On August 26, 1997 the Martin County Board of Commissioners granted the Treasure Coast Rowing Club’s request for a boathouse site at Palm City’s Leighton Park and approved a 25-year renewable lease. The boathouse is located on .91 acres on the shores of the St. Lucie River’s South Fork. It is a 22 by 72 foot storage facility that contains 36 boats. The Treasure Coa st Rowing Club invites you to join in this community venture. Come experience the joys and the satisfactions of rowing. Become a member of the Club. We solicit your particip ation as we grow.

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The Treasure Coast Rowing Club At Miami Head of the Indian Creek Regatta

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Miami — The annual Head of the Indian Creek is a 2.7 mile race against the clock on scenic Indian Creek in the heart of Miami Beach. Race categories cover the entire range of competitors (high school, masters, colleges and open classes) from recreation singles to championship eights. Medals are awarded to the first three places in all races, and trophies are given to the highest point college, club and high school. The “Creek” is always a lot of fun.

The Treasure Coast Rowing Club began in 1991 when a handful of local rowers decided it would be the best way for them to share their favorite activity with the communities of the Treasure Coast. Since then, the Club has acquired its own fleet of boats, a membership roster of more than 60, and the recognition of our community’s leaders. The Club became a chartered non-profit corporation in 1996. In August of 1997 the Martin County Commission gave their vote of confidence along with almost an acre of waterfront property on the St. Lucie River. This is the site of the Treasure Coast Community Rowing Center.

On August 26, 1997 the Martin County Board of Commissioners granted the Treasure Coast Rowing Club’s request for a boathouse site at Palm City’s Leighton Park and approved a 25-year renewable lease. The boathouse is located on .91 acres on the shores of the St. Lucie River’s South Fork. It is a 22 by 72 foot storage facility that contains 36 boats. The Treasure Coa st Rowing Club invites you to join in this community venture. Come experience the joys and the satisfactions of rowing. Become a member of the Club. We solicit your particip ation as we grow.

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The Treasure Coast Rowing Club At Miami Head of the Indian Creek Regatta

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Miami — The annual Head of the Indian Creek is a 2.7 mile race against the clock on scenic Indian Creek in the heart of Miami Beach. Race categories cover the entire range of competitors (high school, masters, colleges and open classes) from recreation singles to championship eights. Medals are awarded to the first three places in all races, and trophies are given to the highest point college, club and high school. The “Creek” is always a lot of fun.

The Treasure Coast Rowing Club began in 1991 when a handful of local rowers decided it would be the best way for them to share their favorite activity with the communities of the Treasure Coast. Since then, the Club has acquired its own fleet of boats, a membership roster of more than 60, and the recognition of our community’s leaders. The Club became a chartered non-profit corporation in 1996. In August of 1997 the Martin County Commission gave their vote of confidence along with almost an acre of waterfront property on the St. Lucie River. This is the site of the Treasure Coast Community Rowing Center.

On August 26, 1997 the Martin County Board of Commissioners granted the Treasure Coast Rowing Club’s request for a boathouse site at Palm City’s Leighton Park and approved a 25-year renewable lease. The boathouse is located on .91 acres on the shores of the St. Lucie River’s South Fork. It is a 22 by 72 foot storage facility that contains 36 boats. The Treasure Coa st Rowing Club invites you to join in this community venture. Come experience the joys and the satisfactions of rowing. Become a member of the Club. We solicit your particip ation as we grow.

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The Treasure Coast Rowing Club At Miami Head of the Indian Creek Regatta

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Miami — The annual Head of the Indian Creek is a 2.7 mile race against the clock on scenic Indian Creek in the heart of Miami Beach. Race categories cover the entire range of competitors (high school, masters, colleges and open classes) from recreation singles to championship eights. Medals are awarded to the first three places in all races, and trophies are given to the highest point college, club and high school. The “Creek” is always a lot of fun.

The Treasure Coast Rowing Club began in 1991 when a handful of local rowers decided it would be the best way for them to share their favorite activity with the communities of the Treasure Coast. Since then, the Club has acquired its own fleet of boats, a membership roster of more than 60, and the recognition of our community’s leaders. The Club became a chartered non-profit corporation in 1996. In August of 1997 the Martin County Commission gave their vote of confidence along with almost an acre of waterfront property on the St. Lucie River. This is the site of the Treasure Coast Community Rowing Center.

On August 26, 1997 the Martin County Board of Commissioners granted the Treasure Coast Rowing Club’s request for a boathouse site at Palm City’s Leighton Park and approved a 25-year renewable lease. The boathouse is located on .91 acres on the shores of the St. Lucie River’s South Fork. It is a 22 by 72 foot storage facility that contains 36 boats. The Treasure Coa st Rowing Club invites you to join in this community venture. Come experience the joys and the satisfactions of rowing. Become a member of the Club. We solicit your particip ation as we grow.

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The Treasure Coast Rowing Club At Miami Head of the Indian Creek Regatta

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Miami — The annual Head of the Indian Creek is a 2.7 mile race against the clock on scenic Indian Creek in the heart of Miami Beach. Race categories cover the entire range of competitors (high school, masters, colleges and open classes) from recreation singles to championship eights. Medals are awarded to the first three places in all races, and trophies are given to the highest point college, club and high school. The “Creek” is always a lot of fun.

The Treasure Coast Rowing Club began in 1991 when a handful of local rowers decided it would be the best way for them to share their favorite activity with the communities of the Treasure Coast. Since then, the Club has acquired its own fleet of boats, a membership roster of more than 60, and the recognition of our community’s leaders. The Club became a chartered non-profit corporation in 1996. In August of 1997 the Martin County Commission gave their vote of confidence along with almost an acre of waterfront property on the St. Lucie River. This is the site of the Treasure Coast Community Rowing Center.

On August 26, 1997 the Martin County Board of Commissioners granted the Treasure Coast Rowing Club’s request for a boathouse site at Palm City’s Leighton Park and approved a 25-year renewable lease. The boathouse is located on .91 acres on the shores of the St. Lucie River’s South Fork. It is a 22 by 72 foot storage facility that contains 36 boats. The Treasure Coa st Rowing Club invites you to join in this community venture. Come experience the joys and the satisfactions of rowing. Become a member of the Club. We solicit your particip ation as we grow.

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The Treasure Coast Rowing Club At Miami Head of the Indian Creek Regatta

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Miami — The annual Head of the Indian Creek is a 2.7 mile race against the clock on scenic Indian Creek in the heart of Miami Beach. Race categories cover the entire range of competitors (high school, masters, colleges and open classes) from recreation singles to championship eights. Medals are awarded to the first three places in all races, and trophies are given to the highest point college, club and high school. The “Creek” is always a lot of fun.

The Treasure Coast Rowing Club began in 1991 when a handful of local rowers decided it would be the best way for them to share their favorite activity with the communities of the Treasure Coast. Since then, the Club has acquired its own fleet of boats, a membership roster of more than 60, and the recognition of our community’s leaders. The Club became a chartered non-profit corporation in 1996. In August of 1997 the Martin County Commission gave their vote of confidence along with almost an acre of waterfront property on the St. Lucie River. This is the site of the Treasure Coast Community Rowing Center.

On August 26, 1997 the Martin County Board of Commissioners granted the Treasure Coast Rowing Club’s request for a boathouse site at Palm City’s Leighton Park and approved a 25-year renewable lease. The boathouse is located on .91 acres on the shores of the St. Lucie River’s South Fork. It is a 22 by 72 foot storage facility that contains 36 boats. The Treasure Coa st Rowing Club invites you to join in this community venture. Come experience the joys and the satisfactions of rowing. Become a member of the Club. We solicit your particip ation as we grow.

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The Treasure Coast Rowing Club At Miami Head of the Indian Creek Regatta

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Miami — The annual Head of the Indian Creek is a 2.7 mile race against the clock on scenic Indian Creek in the heart of Miami Beach. Race categories cover the entire range of competitors (high school, masters, colleges and open classes) from recreation singles to championship eights. Medals are awarded to the first three places in all races, and trophies are given to the highest point college, club and high school. The “Creek” is always a lot of fun.

The Treasure Coast Rowing Club began in 1991 when a handful of local rowers decided it would be the best way for them to share their favorite activity with the communities of the Treasure Coast. Since then, the Club has acquired its own fleet of boats, a membership roster of more than 60, and the recognition of our community’s leaders. The Club became a chartered non-profit corporation in 1996. In August of 1997 the Martin County Commission gave their vote of confidence along with almost an acre of waterfront property on the St. Lucie River. This is the site of the Treasure Coast Community Rowing Center.

On August 26, 1997 the Martin County Board of Commissioners granted the Treasure Coast Rowing Club’s request for a boathouse site at Palm City’s Leighton Park and approved a 25-year renewable lease. The boathouse is located on .91 acres on the shores of the St. Lucie River’s South Fork. It is a 22 by 72 foot storage facility that contains 36 boats. The Treasure Coa st Rowing Club invites you to join in this community venture. Come experience the joys and the satisfactions of rowing. Become a member of the Club. We solicit your particip ation as we grow.

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West Ham United North American Academy

ID Camp Comes to South Florida!

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October 7, 2014…..Boca Prep International School is proud to announce it will host West Ham United’s International Academy ID Camp from October 24-26 at its campus in Boca Raton, located at 10333 Diego Drive South, Boca Raton. This is the first camp offered in South Florida for a number of years. Boys and Girls from ages 8-18 are invited to register to attend the high-level sessions overseen by professional coaches trained in the UK and will consist of the same coaching methods and drills used in instructing the youth teams of the West Ham United Academy in London, arguably one of the greatest soccer academies in the world. In recent years, Rio Ferdinand, Frank Lampard, Michael Carrick, Joe Cole and Glen Johnson are all graduates of the West Ham United Academy.

Players excelling at this camp will be invited to the 2014 West Ham United North American Academy National Residential Camp in the summer, staffed by the Academy coaches and directed by Academy Director Tony Carr. A select group of players at the National Camp will then be invited to London to participate in West Ham United’s Elite Player Experience. You could be the one!

West Ham United Football Club of the English Premier League located in London, England, has partnered with Global Image Sports to facilitate programs such as these local ID camps to identify talent throughout the US, Canada, and Australia. “It is the perfect fit for WHU to be able to utilize our campus, home of a unique Soccer Academy, which is rare in the US” said Daniel Cavalcanti, Athletic Director at Boca Prep. “Our Soccer Performance Program is hugely popular with our middle and high school students. These are some of the most motivated athletes I have had the pleasure to work with in my time as an educator”. For information on the school call Daniel Cavalcanti at 561.852.1410. For more information about the camp, call 1.800.266.9243 or visit the website at www.westhamacademyinternational.com. Registration must be completed online. There are just a few spaces available, so don’t delay.

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BGCMC Golfers Tee Off

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More than 50 members from all five BGCMC branches are learning to play golf this fall through our ongoing collaboration with The First Tee of the Treasure Coast, the local chapter of an international youth organization that promotes life skills and leadership through the game of golf.

Groups of about 10 members from each Clubs are going to a local golf course once a week to receive instruction from Dave McNulty (Coach Dave), a certified First Tee golf professional.

BGCMC members have been participating in The First Tee program since June 2012 and this year, we expanded the partnership to all five Clubs.

Before members begin learning the mechanics of golf and types of strokes (e.g. chip, drive, putt), Coach Dave’s first priority is teaching them how to act on the golf course: Begin and end every game with a handshake. Use your inside voice. Don’t slam the club down if you miss the putt. Wait in the safety position.

Another valuable lesson demonstrated by Coach Dave: Golf has a rhythm. Golfers even walk in rhythm, with even strides. Getting “in the rhythm” of golf takes focus and concentration, making it a perfect opportunity for our more energetic Club members to practice the self-discipline skills they’re learning at the Club in a new social environment.

And, through regular exercise, the program is also a terrific opportunity for participating Club members to learn healthy habits!

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Treasure Coast Rowing Juniors

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Treasure Coast Rowing Juniors are grateful for the support from The Home Depot of Stuart.

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Facebook Data Provide The Most Accurate NFL Fandom Map Ever Created

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It’s long been a dream of mankind to put together a map showing the geographic locations of NFL fanbases. The CommonCensus map tried to do it though polling; we took a crack at one based solely on proximity. But all previous efforts have been self-selecting or otherwise flawed. If only there was a massive database of millions of Americans identifying their favorite teams, with precise geographic information included.

This is exactly that. Facebook’s Data Science team has combed the more than 35 million users who have “liked” a team’s fan page, and put it into graphic form, down to the county level. Sean Taylor, who headed the research and analysis, was kind enough to send along the high-resolution maps. Click the overall fandom map above to enlarge.

Takeaways?

• Alaska is confused.

• New England owns New England, and pockets around the country.

• The Jets have just one county—

Nassau County, on the western end of Long Island.

• Florida, home of expats, contains pockets of Giants, Patriots, Steelers, Packers, and Bears fans

• The lightly populated Great Plains and Rocky Mountain regions, far from any team, transition from Vikings fandom in the east to Broncos fandom to—unexpectedly—Cowboys fandom in Idaho, Utah, and Nevada.

• Oakland has impressive penetration on the periphery of 49ers country, even into Nevada and Oregon.

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Ultimate Frisbee Continues In Martin County

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Palm City — Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia H.S. in Maplewood, NJ. Although Ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. This concept, called Spirit of the Game, is integrated into the basic philosophy of the sport, written into the rules, and practiced at all levels of the game from local leagues to the World Games.

If you’re interested come out2 Palm City Park, 6:00 PM Mondays.

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Ultimate Frisbee Continues In Martin County

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Palm City — Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia H.S. in Maplewood, NJ. Although Ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. This concept, called Spirit of the Game, is integrated into the basic philosophy of the sport, written into the rules, and practiced at all levels of the game from local leagues to the World Games.

If you’re interested come out2 Palm City Park, 6:00 PM Mondays.

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Ultimate Frisbee Continues In Martin County

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Palm City — Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia H.S. in Maplewood, NJ. Although Ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. This concept, called Spirit of the Game, is integrated into the basic philosophy of the sport, written into the rules, and practiced at all levels of the game from local leagues to the World Games.

If you’re interested come out2 Palm City Park, 6:00 PM Mondays.

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Ultimate Frisbee Continues In Martin County

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Palm City — Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia H.S. in Maplewood, NJ. Although Ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. This concept, called Spirit of the Game, is integrated into the basic philosophy of the sport, written into the rules, and practiced at all levels of the game from local leagues to the World Games.

If you’re interested come out2 Palm City Park, 6:00 PM Mondays.

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Ultimate Frisbee Continues In Martin County

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Palm City — Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia H.S. in Maplewood, NJ. Although Ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. This concept, called Spirit of the Game, is integrated into the basic philosophy of the sport, written into the rules, and practiced at all levels of the game from local leagues to the World Games.

If you’re interested come out2 Palm City Park, 6:00 PM Mondays.

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Ultimate Frisbee Continues In Martin County

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Palm City — Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia H.S. in Maplewood, NJ. Although Ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. This concept, called Spirit of the Game, is integrated into the basic philosophy of the sport, written into the rules, and practiced at all levels of the game from local leagues to the World Games.

If you’re interested come out2 Palm City Park, 6:00 PM Mondays.

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Ultimate Frisbee Continues In Martin County

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Palm City — Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia H.S. in Maplewood, NJ. Although Ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. This concept, called Spirit of the Game, is integrated into the basic philosophy of the sport, written into the rules, and practiced at all levels of the game from local leagues to the World Games.

If you’re interested come out2 Palm City Park, 6:00 PM Mondays.

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Ultimate Frisbee Continues In Martin County

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Palm City — Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia H.S. in Maplewood, NJ. Although Ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. This concept, called Spirit of the Game, is integrated into the basic philosophy of the sport, written into the rules, and practiced at all levels of the game from local leagues to the World Games.

If you’re interested come out2 Palm City Park, 6:00 PM Mondays.

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Ultimate Frisbee Continues In Martin County

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Palm City — Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia H.S. in Maplewood, NJ. Although Ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. This concept, called Spirit of the Game, is integrated into the basic philosophy of the sport, written into the rules, and practiced at all levels of the game from local leagues to the World Games.

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Ultimate Frisbee Continues In Martin County

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Palm City — Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia H.S. in Maplewood, NJ. Although Ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. This concept, called Spirit of the Game, is integrated into the basic philosophy of the sport, written into the rules, and practiced at all levels of the game from local leagues to the World Games.

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Ultimate Frisbee Continues In Martin County

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Palm City — Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia H.S. in Maplewood, NJ. Although Ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. This concept, called Spirit of the Game, is integrated into the basic philosophy of the sport, written into the rules, and practiced at all levels of the game from local leagues to the World Games.

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N.C.A.A. Fan Map: How the Country Roots for College Football

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Twice so far at the Upshot, we’ve published maps showing where fan support for one team begins and another ends — once for baseball and once for basketball. Now we’re pleased to offer another one: the United States according to college football fans.

Unlike professional sports, the college game is much more provincial, with scrappy regional programs dominating their corners of the country. Texas and Oregon are two of the most popular teams, but together they account for only 25 percent of territory in the lower 48 states. There is no team with a level of national support that approaches that of, say, the Yankees, the Boston Red Sox or the Los Angeles Lakers.

If you squint while looking at the college football map, you might even think you’re looking at a state map. In the Southeast, strong programs like Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana State and Oklahoma dominate their states — and stop right at the border.

But there are enough exceptions to make this quite different from the state maps we all grew up learning. The Minnesota Golden Gophers have been so mediocre for so long — failing to finish in the top 15 nationwide since the Kennedy administration — that fans have moved their support to the Wisconsin Badgers. And Nebraska! They do love their Cornhuskers across much of the Great Plains.

But programs can divide a state, too. Seven colleges, led by the Longhorns, lay claim to at least some part of Texas. Elsewhere, some teams have managed to carve out bits of territory, extending only a bit beyond their campus: Vanderbilt around Nashville; U.C.L.A. on the west side of Los Angeles; and Oregon State, around Corvallis, south of Portland. Then there’s the Northeast, with its relative lack of interest in college football. Once you’re east of the Hudson, no team dominates, and many teams claim a small percentage of fans.

All told, 84 programs can reasonably claim to be the most popular college football team somewhere in the United States.

All told, 84 programs can reasonably claim to be the most popular college football team somewhere in the United States.

Like the other sets of maps, these were created using estimates of team support based on each team’s share of Facebook “likes” in a ZIP code. We then applied an algorithm to deal with statistical noise and fill in gaps where data was missing. Facebook “likes” are an imperfect measure, but as we’ve noted before, Facebook likes show broadly similar patterns to polls.

Florida State may be the defending national champion and Miami may have the most championships among state teams, but Florida bleeds Gator orange-and-blue. Gator territory extends from its north-central stronghold into all parts of the state except the panhandle, which is Seminole territory, and of course the Miami area. Perhaps most impressive, Florida also claims much of northern New England. And props to Central Florida, last season’s top-ranked midmajor, for carving out a pocket in and around Orlando, where its campus is.

 

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Sailfish Realty Sponsors MCHS Volleyball Camp

Contest With A Charitable Twist

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In photo: Volleyball Camp participants sport the camp shirts sponsored by Sailfish Realty, featuring the winning quote by Nicole Howard. Pictured left to right:
Chloe Van Hart, Olivia Johnson, Jessica Van Vliet, Nicole Howard, Taylor Ashley, Mckenzie Lydon, Carson Van Campen, Cynthia Vanden Bosch, Brylee Frank, and Assistant Coach Danielle Dodge

Stuart, FL – The MCHS Volleyball Camp kicks off this week and Sailfish Realty of Florida has signed on as the camp’s official sponsor. As a special twist, each of the players was invited to participate in a contest to raise funds for their favorite charity.

Prior to camp’s start, players submitted quotes for the camp’s t-shirt, which were posted on Sailfish Realty’s facebook page and the winner was selected by the most online votes. The winning quote, “Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard enough,” was submitted by Nicole Howard, who won $50 for her charity of choice.

Howard, who has been playing volleyball for six years, chose the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast to receive the $50 donation. She is an active volunteer at the shelter.

Sailfish Realty is located at 101 SE Ocean Blvd. in Downtown Stuart. Visit them online at www.sailfishrealty.com.

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Palm City — Nico with his friend, Aidan from California, at West Ham United National Camp in Georgia. Another fantastic experience and opportunity. His circle of friends now spans across the US and almost every continent. The amazing journey continues…

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How Real Madrid Will Line Up This Season

With James Rodriguez Added To The Mix

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By Patrick Baratta

As Real Madrid continue to spend on players that they may or may not need, the issue arises as to who should start, who should sit on the bench, and who should be left out of the game day squad.

With certain new transfers having enjoyed a particularly special World Cup, we now look to a potential formation, who will play in it, and who won’t. (This formation assumes the highly likely departures of Angel Di Maria and Sami Khedira).

As successful as Ancelotti was in the past year employing a 4-3-3, he will likely be forced back into a 4-2-3-1 in order to accommodate another star attacker in James Rodriguez, who is less likely to be able to be converted into an elite central midfielder with the ability to flit out and into the channels opened up via the 4-3-3 like Angel Di Maria was.

Should Keylor Navas make the switch to Real Madrid, forcing either Casillas or Lopez into the reserves, he would be the undisputed number 1 at the Bernabeu. Coming off of an incredible run in the World Cup with Costa Rica, Navas would be a welcome addition to a rotation whose age is beginning to show. With Casillas (33) and Lopez (32) starting to lose some of their unmistakable talent, a younger keeper must be brought in. However, as things stand, Diego Lopez belongs in goal for Los Blancos. A dismal World Cup by Iker Casillas only furthered to exploit some the faults that were occasionally on display in club play, especially in the Champions League final. Either keeper can perform at an elite level but it is a fact that Madrid will need to look for a new keeper in the coming transfer windows.

Looking to a defensive line that will line up with four across the back, it looks likely that Carvajal will slot in at right back in a position that is still up for grabs, depending on Arbeloa’s form and fitness. Next to him, Sergio Ramos will find himself up against the likes of Luis Suarez, the perfect complement to Ramos’ physical yet usually controlled defensive game. Alongside Ramos, I favor Varane over Pepe due to the high-level of confidence that Varane played with at the World Cup, along with the unpredictability of Pepe’s actions and discipline. Varane rarely loses control of his emotions while Pepe is almost as likely to make an amazing last man tackle as he is to run over the player he is chasing, concede a penalty, or a receive a red card for arguing. The final defensive spot is occupied by Marcelo, even though he produced a dismal showing against Germany and was at fault for other goals, as he is Madrid’s best option as far as left-back is concerned. Despite rumors regarding a possible purchase

of Wolfsburg left-back Ricardo Rodriguez, Marcelo has been a defensive stalwart in Madrid for the past couple years and will not be looking to lose out to the likes of Fabio Coentrao.

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Ultimate Frisbee Comes To Martin County

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Palm City — Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia H.S. in Maplewood, NJ. Although Ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. This concept, called Spirit of the Game, is integrated into the basic philosophy of the sport, written into the rules, and practiced at all levels of the game from local leagues to the World Games.

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Palm City — Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia H.S. in Maplewood, NJ. Although Ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. This concept, called Spirit of the Game, is integrated into the basic philosophy of the sport, written into the rules, and practiced at all levels of the game from local leagues to the World Games.

If you’re interested come out2 Palm City Park, 6:00 PM Mondays.

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Ultimate Frisbee Comes To Martin County

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Palm City — Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia H.S. in Maplewood, NJ. Although Ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. This concept, called Spirit of the Game, is integrated into the basic philosophy of the sport, written into the rules, and practiced at all levels of the game from local leagues to the World Games.

If you’re interested come out2 Palm City Park, 6:00 PM Mondays.

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Ultimate Frisbee Comes To Martin County

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Palm City — Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia H.S. in Maplewood, NJ. Although Ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. This concept, called Spirit of the Game, is integrated into the basic philosophy of the sport, written into the rules, and practiced at all levels of the game from local leagues to the World Games.

If you’re interested come out2 Palm City Park, 6:00 PM Mondays.

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Palm City — Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia H.S. in Maplewood, NJ. Although Ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. This concept, called Spirit of the Game, is integrated into the basic philosophy of the sport, written into the rules, and practiced at all levels of the game from local leagues to the World Games.

If you’re interested come out2 Palm City Park, 6:00 PM Mondays.

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Palm City — Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia H.S. in Maplewood, NJ. Although Ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. This concept, called Spirit of the Game, is integrated into the basic philosophy of the sport, written into the rules, and practiced at all levels of the game from local leagues to the World Games.

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Palm City — Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia H.S. in Maplewood, NJ. Although Ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. This concept, called Spirit of the Game, is integrated into the basic philosophy of the sport, written into the rules, and practiced at all levels of the game from local leagues to the World Games.

If you’re interested come out2 Palm City Park, 6:00 PM Mondays.

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Palm City — Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia H.S. in Maplewood, NJ. Although Ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. This concept, called Spirit of the Game, is integrated into the basic philosophy of the sport, written into the rules, and practiced at all levels of the game from local leagues to the World Games.

If you’re interested come out2 Palm City Park, 6:00 PM Mondays.

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Palm City — Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia H.S. in Maplewood, NJ. Although Ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. This concept, called Spirit of the Game, is integrated into the basic philosophy of the sport, written into the rules, and practiced at all levels of the game from local leagues to the World Games.

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