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ASTRONOMY PICTURE OF THE DAY

The Pencil Nebula in Red and Blue

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Image Credit & Copyright: José Joaquín Perez

Explanation: This shock wave plows through interstellar space at over 500,000 kilometers per hour. Near the top and moving up in this sharply detailed color composite, thin, bright, braided filaments are actually long ripples in a cosmic sheet of glowing gas seen almost edge-on. Cataloged as NGC 2736, its elongated appearance suggests its popular name, the Pencil Nebula. The Pencil Nebula is about 5 light-years long and 800 light-years away, but represents only a small part of the Vela supernova remnant. The Vela remnant itself is around 100 light-years in diameter, the expanding debris cloud of a star that was seen to explode about 11,000 years ago. Initially, the shock wave was moving at millions of kilometers per hour but has slowed considerably, sweeping up surrounding interstellar material. In the featured narrow-band, wide field image, red and blue colors track the characteristic glow of ionized hydrogen and oxygen atoms, respectively.

 

 

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THIS DAY IN HISTORY

August 14, 2018

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1248 Construction of Cologne Cathedral begun
1457 Oldest known exactly dated printed book (c 3 years after Gutenberg)
1756 French capture Fort Oswego, NY
1765 Mass colonists challenge British rule by an Elm (Liberty Tree)
1813 British warship Pelican attacks & captures US war brigantine Argus
1842 Seminole War ends; Indians removed from Florida to Oklahoma
1848 Oregon Territory created
1880 Construction of Cologne Cathedral completed
1900 Intl forces including US Marines enter Beijing to put down Boxer Rebellion, which was aimed at ridding China of foreigners
1910 6th International Congress of Esperantists held in Washington, DC
1912 2,500 US marines invade Nicaragua; US remains until 1925
1917 China declares war on Germany & Austria at start of WW I
1935 Social Security Act became law
1941 Atlantic Charter signed by FDR & Churchill
1945 V-J Day; Japan surrenders unconditionally to end WW II
1947 India granted independence within British Commonwealth
1947 Pakistan gains independence from Britain
1970 City University of NY inaugurates open admissions
1971 Bahrain proclaims independence after 110 years of British rule
1973 US bombs Cambodia
1974 Congress authorizes US citizens to own gold
1980 Workers went on strike at the Lenin Shipyard in Gdansk, Poland – a job action that resulted in the creation of the Solidarity labor movement.
1984 IBM releases MS-DOS version 3.0
2003 A blackout hit the northeastern United States and part of Canada; 50 million people lost power.
2006 Israel halted its offensive against Hezbollah guerrillas as a U.N.-imposed cease-fire went into effect after a month of warfare that killed more than 900 people.
2007 The Mattel toy company recalled 18.6 million lead-tainted, Chinese-made toys worldwide.

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A-Rated Clark Advanced Learning Center Celebrates 15 Years

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In Photo: Clark Advanced Learning Center students celebrate at their 2018 Commencement exercises May 26. The Clark begins its 15th year Monday, August 13.

When students and faculty return to school at Clark Advanced Learning Center (Clark) on August 13, they have good cause for enthusiasm. Clark, a public charter high school on the Chastain Campus of Indian River State College and partner with the Martin County School District, received an “A” rating by the Florida Department of Education, a distinction it has earned for 10 consecutive years.

The ranking, based on the release of school grades, means Clark is among the top 20 high schools in all of the state, and the highest achieving A-rated high school on the Treasure Coast having earned 86% of the available points as part of the Florida Department of Education High School Grades Model. This announcement comes after Clark was named to the U.S. News and World Report Best High School list and just before the high school opens its doors for its 15th year of service to Martin County students and their families.

“At Indian River State College, student success is the number one priority. This commitment extends to students attending Clark Advanced Learning Center. Exceptional student performance is the result of outstanding teaching, a supportive learning environment, and the persistence of our students who intensely focus on their academic goals,” shares Debra Kohuth, Executive Director at Clark.

Established in 2004, Clark opened its doors with 191 high school students in grades 11 through 12. The school was expanded in 2008 to include 10th graders with enrollment surpassing 200. Clark starts the 2018—19 academic year Monday, August 13, with 250 students.

Initial concepts for Clark were modeled from the new-at-the-time “tech prep” initiative, along with the desire to connect technology to how students learn. Other foundational ideas continuing today include instilling good moral character, employability skills, and developing the soft skills that students need in the working environment. Especially noteworthy is the class in Personal and Career Development (SLS 1421). Created in conjunction with IRSC and community business partners, this class dovetails with an

internship and gives students college credit as they invest 60 hours of hands-on training at a local business exploring a career in which they have a genuine interest.

The unique design of the high school is also key to the Clark concept. Classrooms are built around a central area called the Knowledge Room—every class opens into this multi-use room—purposed for activities that range from small group work to special presentations to immersive collaborative projects.

Kohuth shares how concepts from the formation of Clark still support student success today. “The philosophical beliefs at Clark are that you educate the whole child and not just the academic side. These beliefs are coupled with supportive caring attitudes that encourage students to reach their highest potential. We look forward to continuing to develop and build on these traditions as we start our 15th year.”

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Impact 100 Martin Grant Puts Students on the Pathway to Success!

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They’re on the pathway to a successful future! Thanks to a $100,000 grant from Impact 100 Martin, students from Project LIFT in Palm City are learning new vocational skills while they earn high school diplomas in the organization’s new “Pathway Academy of Innovation.”

The program was chosen to receive Impact 100 Martin’s first grant award in April, and it is already achieving results. Three students who recently graduated from the pilot Pathway program are gainfully employed, and the next class will graduate within 45 days.

Recently, Impact 100 Martin members visited Project LIFT to deliver the first grant installment, meet some Pathway Academy students and see the program in action.

“Project LIFT’s Pathway Academy of Innovation was a great fit for our funding,” says Nancy Wong, Executive Committee Chair of Impact 100 Martin. “Impact members are excited to see how our grant will help these teens build the foundation for their future success and involvement in our community.”

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ANTHONY’S COAL FIRED PIZZA

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Impact 100 Martin Grant Puts Students on the Pathway to Success!

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They’re on the pathway to a successful future! Thanks to a $100,000 grant from Impact 100 Martin, students from Project LIFT in Palm City are learning new vocational skills while they earn high school diplomas in the organization’s new “Pathway Academy of Innovation.”

The program was chosen to receive Impact 100 Martin’s first grant award in April, and it is already achieving results. Three students who recently graduated from the pilot Pathway program are gainfully employed, and the next class will graduate within 45 days.

Recently, Impact 100 Martin members visited Project LIFT to deliver the first grant installment, meet some Pathway Academy students and see the program in action.

“Project LIFT’s Pathway Academy of Innovation was a great fit for our funding,” says Nancy Wong, Executive Committee Chair of Impact 100 Martin. “Impact members are excited to see how our grant will help these teens build the foundation for their future success and involvement in our community.”

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There’s Still Time to Register at IRSC, Fall Classes Start August 20

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Students register for the fall semester on the IRSC Main Campus in Fort Pierce.

Registration for fall classes is underway and students can register both online or in person at one of five convenient Treasure Coast Campuses. Classes start August, 20.

Fall classes at Indian River State College are set to begin Monday, August 20, and there is still time to enroll for the fall semester. Online registration and payment deadlines are Sunday, August 12. In-person deadlines are Thursday, August 9. Late registration and payment must be completed Sunday, August 19 for online or Friday, August 17 for in-person.

With more than 100 programs leading to Bachelor’s Degrees, Associate Degrees, Technical Certificates and Applied Technology Diplomas, IRSC offers students educational options ranging from Quick Job Training (developing skills in a year or less) to four-year Baccalaureate degree programs.

“Admit One: Admissions Workshops”—offered by IRSC on all five Treasure Coast campuses and online—have been a popular choice for students starting class this fall and have been extended to select dates in August. The workshops offer answers to questions, help with applying to IRSC and filling out financial aid forms, and registration for New Student Orientation. Participants also can enjoy snacks and an opportunity to win free college gear while meeting other new students.

Pre-registration is required and can be done online at www.irsc.edu. “Admit One: Admissions Workshops” dates are:

• Thursday, Aug. 9 at 2 p.m., Main Campus
• Tuesday, Aug. 14 at 5:30 p.m., Virtual – Online, and Chastain, Mueller, Okeechobee, and Pruitt Campuses
• Wednesday. Aug. 15 at 5:30 p.m., Main Campus

The IRSC Main Campus is located at 3209 Virginia Avenue in Fort Pierce; the Chastain Campus is located at 2400 S.E. Salerno Road, Stuart; the IRSC Dixon Hendry Campus is located at 2229 N. W. 9th Avenue, Okeechobee; the IRSC Mueller Campus is located at 6155 College Lane, Vero Beach; and the IRSC Pruitt Campus in St. Lucie West is located at 500 N.W. California Blvd., Port St. Lucie. Virtual Campus online sessions will take place through Virtual GoToMeeting. Instructions for participation in the online session will be sent in advance of the session. For more information on the “Admit One: Admissions Workshops” email info@irsc.edu, or call the IRSC Information Call Center at 1-866-792-4772.

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Entrees 4 Education

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Wednesday August 1, 2018 through Friday August 31, 2018.
All Day Event
The Dolphin Bar & Shrimp House
1401 NE Indian River Dr., Jensen Beach, FL, 34957

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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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Entrees 4 Education

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Wednesday August 1, 2018 through Friday August 31, 2018.
11:30 am – 11:00 pm
Conchy Joe’s Seafood Restaurant and Bar
3945 NE Indian River Dr., Jensen Beach, FL, 34957
Drawings will take place weekly! 5 classrooms/teachers will be picked each week. The winning pulls will receive $100 donation each!!!

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Vaccines With The Health Department of Martin County

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VACCINES FOR CHILDREN

The Health Department of Martin County can provide immunizations to children who meet at least one of the following criteria:

The child is Medicaid eligible
The child is uninsured
The child is American Indian or Alaska Native

VACCINES FOR ADULTS

The Health Department of Martin County can provide immunizations to adults who meet at least one of the following criteria:

The adult is Medicaid eligible
The adult is uninsured

Every Wednesday. Appointments are NOT needed for school-aged children (walk-ins welcome!) but they are required for adults. Adults can call (772) 221-4000 x2242 to make an appointment for the Golden Gate building.

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Don’t Be That KID!

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Jensen Beach -Lois McGuire, author of the children’s character education book “Don’t Be That KID! At School” will be reading the book and doing an activity at Barnes & Noble in Jensen Beach on Saturday, August 18, 2018 from 11:00 – 12:00. She will be having a book signing afterwards.

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Contribution from the Environmental Studies Council

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Generous $50,000 contribution from the Environmental Studies Council—a nonprofit board of trustees dedicated to supporting the Environmental Studies Center.

In granting the annual gift, which helps fund a full-time teaching position at the center, Kim Waser Nash recalled her visits there while in the third-grade.

She credited the hands-on and experiential instruction with giving “every student who goes through the center gets a world-class environmental education.”

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2018 Vex Robotics Competition

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Congratulations to SPAM! They won their division at the Vex Robotics Competition and high school Reseach Division Champions 2018.
The Research Division team won first place, beating out 98 teams!

S.P.A.M. (Speed, Power, and Maneuverability) is a team of high school students from Martin County (FL) mentored by adults employed in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields and various other professions and occupations. In a six-week build season, we design, fabricate, assemble, program and test a fully-functioning robot to compete in intense challenges against teams from around the world.

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S.P.A.M. Chairman’s Award 2018

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Rehmann Supports Culinary Arts Through Cooking Competition

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On Monday, April 23, Rehmann’s Vero Beach, FL office hosted its third annual Indian River State College (IRSC) Chef Challenge at Quail Valley River Club. The event offered students an opportunity to showcase their culinary talents in an effort to win a scholarship.

Students were divided into four groups of two, and were required to create a specialty dish and a mystery dish. The mystery dish included a secret ingredient, quail eggs, that was presented to the chefs during the competition.

Event attendees judged the dishes based on taste, presentation, texture and creativity.

Rehmann associates Cheri Jones, CPA and Jeff Phillips, CFA, CPA and managing director of Rehmann Financial presented the coveted championship trophy along with scholarships, to winners Tamesha Hamilton and Garrett Boone.

Hamilton and Boone’s winning dish was braised collard greens, Southern crusted scallops with pickled green tomato relish and Cajun cream sauce.

“It is a joy to get together with members of the community to celebrate, recognize and support the exceptional culinary school we have right here in Indian River County,” said Phillips. “This is a fun and competitive event that provides these students an opportunity to utilize their talents and provide all of us with a sampling of their skills.”

Rehmann also presented a donation to the IRSC Foundation to benefit the culinary program at the college.

“Competitions in general are a great experience for our students,” said Bill Solomon, IRSC culinary instructor. “When we partner with Rehmann, our students benefit from the competition as well as the generosity of the folks at Rehmann who contribute towards scholarships intended for culinary students.”

About Rehmann

Rehmann is a fully integrated financial services firm of CPAs & consultants, wealth advisors and corporate investigators dedicated to providing clients proactive ideas and solutions to help them prosper professionally and personally. The firm offers a cross-functional team approach that gives clients direct access to a professional in any available service. Rehmann has over 800 associates in Michigan, Ohio and Florida. Rehmann is an independent member of Nexia International, offering clients a global approach. Find us online at rehmann.com.

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Rehmann Supports Culinary Arts Through Cooking Competition

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On Monday, April 23, Rehmann’s Vero Beach, FL office hosted its third annual Indian River State College (IRSC) Chef Challenge at Quail Valley River Club. The event offered students an opportunity to showcase their culinary talents in an effort to win a scholarship.

Students were divided into four groups of two, and were required to create a specialty dish and a mystery dish. The mystery dish included a secret ingredient, quail eggs, that was presented to the chefs during the competition.

Event attendees judged the dishes based on taste, presentation, texture and creativity.

Rehmann associates Cheri Jones, CPA and Jeff Phillips, CFA, CPA and managing director of Rehmann Financial presented the coveted championship trophy along with scholarships, to winners Tamesha Hamilton and Garrett Boone.

Hamilton and Boone’s winning dish was braised collard greens, Southern crusted scallops with pickled green tomato relish and Cajun cream sauce.

“It is a joy to get together with members of the community to celebrate, recognize and support the exceptional culinary school we have right here in Indian River County,” said Phillips. “This is a fun and competitive event that provides these students an opportunity to utilize their talents and provide all of us with a sampling of their skills.”

Rehmann also presented a donation to the IRSC Foundation to benefit the culinary program at the college.

“Competitions in general are a great experience for our students,” said Bill Solomon, IRSC culinary instructor. “When we partner with Rehmann, our students benefit from the competition as well as the generosity of the folks at Rehmann who contribute towards scholarships intended for culinary students.”

About Rehmann

Rehmann is a fully integrated financial services firm of CPAs & consultants, wealth advisors and corporate investigators dedicated to providing clients proactive ideas and solutions to help them prosper professionally and personally. The firm offers a cross-functional team approach that gives clients direct access to a professional in any available service. Rehmann has over 800 associates in Michigan, Ohio and Florida. Rehmann is an independent member of Nexia International, offering clients a global approach. Find us online at rehmann.com.

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Rehmann Supports Culinary Arts Through Cooking Competition

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On Monday, April 23, Rehmann’s Vero Beach, FL office hosted its third annual Indian River State College (IRSC) Chef Challenge at Quail Valley River Club. The event offered students an opportunity to showcase their culinary talents in an effort to win a scholarship.

Students were divided into four groups of two, and were required to create a specialty dish and a mystery dish. The mystery dish included a secret ingredient, quail eggs, that was presented to the chefs during the competition.

Event attendees judged the dishes based on taste, presentation, texture and creativity.

Rehmann associates Cheri Jones, CPA and Jeff Phillips, CFA, CPA and managing director of Rehmann Financial presented the coveted championship trophy along with scholarships, to winners Tamesha Hamilton and Garrett Boone.

Hamilton and Boone’s winning dish was braised collard greens, Southern crusted scallops with pickled green tomato relish and Cajun cream sauce.

“It is a joy to get together with members of the community to celebrate, recognize and support the exceptional culinary school we have right here in Indian River County,” said Phillips. “This is a fun and competitive event that provides these students an opportunity to utilize their talents and provide all of us with a sampling of their skills.”

Rehmann also presented a donation to the IRSC Foundation to benefit the culinary program at the college.

“Competitions in general are a great experience for our students,” said Bill Solomon, IRSC culinary instructor. “When we partner with Rehmann, our students benefit from the competition as well as the generosity of the folks at Rehmann who contribute towards scholarships intended for culinary students.”

About Rehmann

Rehmann is a fully integrated financial services firm of CPAs & consultants, wealth advisors and corporate investigators dedicated to providing clients proactive ideas and solutions to help them prosper professionally and personally. The firm offers a cross-functional team approach that gives clients direct access to a professional in any available service. Rehmann has over 800 associates in Michigan, Ohio and Florida. Rehmann is an independent member of Nexia International, offering clients a global approach. Find us online at rehmann.com.

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Sailfish Splash Waterpark Selected to Host Florida High School Athletic Association Swimming & Diving Finals for Three More Years

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Stuart – Martin County is pleased to announce Sailfish Splash Waterpark’s Aquatic Center was selected to host the Florida High School Athletic Association’s (FHSAA) Florida High School Swimming & Diving State Championships. The proposal was submitted in partnership with the Treasure Coast Sports Commission and Martin County Parks and Recreation Department. “Sailfish Splash Waterpark has consistently fulfilled the recreation and fitness needs of our community and that of our state high school swimming and diving community, all of which create substantial economic impact for Martin County,” County Administrator Taryn Kryzda said.

To achieve the final ranking, the top three proposals were reviewed individually by a four-person committee, with scores awarded in eight different categories. The committee was comprised of the FHSAA’s Associate Executive Director for Athletic Services, Associate Executive Director for Financial Services, Associate Executive Director for Administrative Services and the Director of Athletics for Swimming & Diving. After the committee met to discuss individual scoring justifications, Sailfish Splash Waterpark scored 91out of a possible 100 points, besting facilities in Orlando and Coral Springs.

“The three-year contract award highlights the fact that Sailfish Splash Waterpark has a showcase aquatic venue for athletics,” said Rick Hatcher, Executive Director Treasure Coast Sports Commission. “We have a winning combination of great staff delivering exceptional customer service, wonderful partners and sponsors and a championship- quality facility, set in the convenient, affordable and family-friendly environment of Martin County and the Treasure Coast,” explained Kevin Abbate, Director of the Martin County Parks and Recreation Department.

Sailfish Splash Waterpark has served as the host facility for this prestigious event for the last five years. The new contract is for three years, with two, 1-year options.

For more information about Sailfish Splash Waterpark and the Martin County Parks and Recreation Department, please visit www.SailfishSplash.com and www.martin.fl.us/parks.

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Science Kids of Martin County

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The Academy Orchestra
Featuring Lindsay Garrison

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Stuart — What is classical music? Music that expresses life, truth, beauty, reveals facets of the human condition, inspires emotional responses, and continues to be relevant by becoming part of the history of ideas is classic or “classical” music. In a sense, its persistent relevance makes it quite contemporary.

What better way to tell the story of the orchestra than to invite back many of our prestigious alumni in a performance by the Academy Orchestra, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s own mentoring orchestra? Conducted by Thomas Servinsky, this very special concert features award-winning pianist extraordinaire, Lindsay Garritson, who will join the group performing Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini.

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

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

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

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

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

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The Academy Orchestra
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Stuart — What is classical music? Music that expresses life, truth, beauty, reveals facets of the human condition, inspires emotional responses, and continues to be relevant by becoming part of the history of ideas is classic or “classical” music. In a sense, its persistent relevance makes it quite contemporary.

What better way to tell the story of the orchestra than to invite back many of our prestigious alumni in a performance by the Academy Orchestra, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s own mentoring orchestra? Conducted by Thomas Servinsky, this very special concert features award-winning pianist extraordinaire, Lindsay Garritson, who will join the group performing Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini.

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

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

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

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

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

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The Academy Orchestra
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Stuart — What is classical music? Music that expresses life, truth, beauty, reveals facets of the human condition, inspires emotional responses, and continues to be relevant by becoming part of the history of ideas is classic or “classical” music. In a sense, its persistent relevance makes it quite contemporary.

What better way to tell the story of the orchestra than to invite back many of our prestigious alumni in a performance by the Academy Orchestra, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s own mentoring orchestra? Conducted by Thomas Servinsky, this very special concert features award-winning pianist extraordinaire, Lindsay Garritson, who will join the group performing Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini.

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

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

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

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

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

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The Academy Orchestra
Featuring Lindsay Garrison

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Stuart — What is classical music? Music that expresses life, truth, beauty, reveals facets of the human condition, inspires emotional responses, and continues to be relevant by becoming part of the history of ideas is classic or “classical” music. In a sense, its persistent relevance makes it quite contemporary.

What better way to tell the story of the orchestra than to invite back many of our prestigious alumni in a performance by the Academy Orchestra, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s own mentoring orchestra? Conducted by Thomas Servinsky, this very special concert features award-winning pianist extraordinaire, Lindsay Garritson, who will join the group performing Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini.

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

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

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

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

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

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The Academy Orchestra
Featuring Lindsay Garrison

Out2News.com

Stuart — What is classical music? Music that expresses life, truth, beauty, reveals facets of the human condition, inspires emotional responses, and continues to be relevant by becoming part of the history of ideas is classic or “classical” music. In a sense, its persistent relevance makes it quite contemporary.

What better way to tell the story of the orchestra than to invite back many of our prestigious alumni in a performance by the Academy Orchestra, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s own mentoring orchestra? Conducted by Thomas Servinsky, this very special concert features award-winning pianist extraordinaire, Lindsay Garritson, who will join the group performing Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini.

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

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

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

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

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

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The Academy Orchestra
Featuring Lindsay Garrison

Out2News.com

Stuart — What is classical music? Music that expresses life, truth, beauty, reveals facets of the human condition, inspires emotional responses, and continues to be relevant by becoming part of the history of ideas is classic or “classical” music. In a sense, its persistent relevance makes it quite contemporary.

What better way to tell the story of the orchestra than to invite back many of our prestigious alumni in a performance by the Academy Orchestra, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s own mentoring orchestra? Conducted by Thomas Servinsky, this very special concert features award-winning pianist extraordinaire, Lindsay Garritson, who will join the group performing Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini.

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

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

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

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

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

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The Academy Orchestra
Featuring Lindsay Garrison

Out2News.com

Stuart — What is classical music? Music that expresses life, truth, beauty, reveals facets of the human condition, inspires emotional responses, and continues to be relevant by becoming part of the history of ideas is classic or “classical” music. In a sense, its persistent relevance makes it quite contemporary.

What better way to tell the story of the orchestra than to invite back many of our prestigious alumni in a performance by the Academy Orchestra, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s own mentoring orchestra? Conducted by Thomas Servinsky, this very special concert features award-winning pianist extraordinaire, Lindsay Garritson, who will join the group performing Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini.

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

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

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

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

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

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The Academy Orchestra
Featuring Lindsay Garrison

Out2News.com

Stuart — What is classical music? Music that expresses life, truth, beauty, reveals facets of the human condition, inspires emotional responses, and continues to be relevant by becoming part of the history of ideas is classic or “classical” music. In a sense, its persistent relevance makes it quite contemporary.

What better way to tell the story of the orchestra than to invite back many of our prestigious alumni in a performance by the Academy Orchestra, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s own mentoring orchestra? Conducted by Thomas Servinsky, this very special concert features award-winning pianist extraordinaire, Lindsay Garritson, who will join the group performing Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini.

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

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

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

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

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

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Treasure Coast Youth Symphony Begins The Celebration
Of 30 Seasons of Music With Its Fall Concerts

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The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony kicks off its 30th Anniversary concert season on Monday evenings beginning in November, celebrating three decades of music education and orchestral training for hundreds of young musicians in the Treasure Coast community.

MEMORABLE SOLOS, the theme for the November concert series, includes masterworks that have solos so finely crafted that they become defining signatures of these pieces. The program includes Rossini’s William Tell Overture, Mendelssohn’s Fingal’s Cave, Saint Saen’s Danse Macabre, movements from Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite, Rimsky-Korsakov’s Capriccio Espagnole, and the Comedian’s Gallop by Kabalevsky. Conducting the three concerts in November are John Enyart, Ph.D., founder of the Treasure Coast Symphony in 1987, Thomas Servinsky, founder of Academy Orchestra in 2010, and Benjamin Enyart.

The concert schedule for Fall includes performances at the Waxlax Center for Performing Arts at St. Edward’s Upper School on Monday, November 6th in Vero Beach, at The Lyric Theatre in downtown Stuart on November 13th, and the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens on November 20th. All concerts begin at 7:00 PM.

Tickets for the Waxlax Center are $10 at the door with open seating. The Lyric Theatre tickets are $20 for adults and $15 for students through the box office with special pricing available in advance for groups of 10 or more. Tickets for the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens are $15 adults / $7 students. Special pricing is also available at the Eissey Campus Theatre for groups of 10 or more. Inquiries regarding concerts or venues may be addressed by email at tcys@treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com or by visiting the youth symphony’s website at http://www.treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com .

The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is also pleased and proud to announce that Dr. John Enyart will be presented with the Lifetime Achievement in the Arts Award from the Arts Council of Martin County at its annual mARTies Award program on Tuesday, October 17 at St. Mary’s Pittenger Center on East Ocean Blvd. The conductor and founder will be honored for the organization’s 30 years of music education and performance training in the community, his commitment to the arts, and the difference he has made through enriching the daily life of community members.

The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is composed of the most talented student musicians by audition from Indian River, St. Lucie, Martin and northern Palm Beach counties. The non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization obtains funding through private contributions, performance revenues, and member tuition.

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MUSIC, ART INSPIRE PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION
TREASURE COAST YOUTH SYMPHONY’S SPRING CONCERT

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Stuart — The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s spring program set focus on major orchestral compositions directly inspired by individual visual artworks and art forms. Taking heed of the inspirational flow between visual arts and music this performance explores the personal reactions of the featured composers to artistic expressions of others. Their music became the “reveal” of what they see, hear, or feel.

Concerts are scheduled at three venues, which include the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens, the Lyric Theatre in Stuart last evening, and the Church of the Good Shepherd in Tequesta on Monday, April 24th. Final concert begins at 7PM.  Tickets for the concert at the Church of the Good Shepherd may be purchased by calling (561) 746 4674.

The featured composers, Debussy, Respighi, and Mussorgsky provide tender emotional and intellectual inspiration to their audiences through their classic works, Fetes, Trittico Botticelliano, and Pictures At An Exhibition, respectively. Also included is a performance of Haydn’s Cello Concerto by our 2017 Concerto Competition winner, cellist Erick Lora.

Music conductors for the evening are Dr. John Enyart, Thomas Servinsky and Benjamin Enyart. The orchestra includes exceptionally talented young musicians from Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, and Palm Beach counties.

Educating to preserve, create, and celebrate our musical heritage, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony continues to serve our community as one of its finest musical arts organizations for young musicians and orchestra audiences since 1987. The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization.

Additional information on the youth symphony is available on the youth symphony’s website at http://www.treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com.

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Stuart — The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s spring program set focus on major orchestral compositions directly inspired by individual visual artworks and art forms. Taking heed of the inspirational flow between visual arts and music this performance explores the personal reactions of the featured composers to artistic expressions of others. Their music became the “reveal” of what they see, hear, or feel.

Concerts are scheduled at three venues, which include the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens, the Lyric Theatre in Stuart last evening, and the Church of the Good Shepherd in Tequesta on Monday, April 24th. Final concert begins at 7PM.  Tickets for the concert at the Church of the Good Shepherd may be purchased by calling (561) 746 4674.

The featured composers, Debussy, Respighi, and Mussorgsky provide tender emotional and intellectual inspiration to their audiences through their classic works, Fetes, Trittico Botticelliano, and Pictures At An Exhibition, respectively. Also included is a performance of Haydn’s Cello Concerto by our 2017 Concerto Competition winner, cellist Erick Lora.

Music conductors for the evening are Dr. John Enyart, Thomas Servinsky and Benjamin Enyart. The orchestra includes exceptionally talented young musicians from Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, and Palm Beach counties.

Educating to preserve, create, and celebrate our musical heritage, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony continues to serve our community as one of its finest musical arts organizations for young musicians and orchestra audiences since 1987. The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization.

Additional information on the youth symphony is available on the youth symphony’s website at http://www.treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com.

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MUSIC, ART INSPIRE PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION
TREASURE COAST YOUTH SYMPHONY’S SPRING CONCERT

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Stuart — The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s spring program set focus on major orchestral compositions directly inspired by individual visual artworks and art forms. Taking heed of the inspirational flow between visual arts and music this performance explores the personal reactions of the featured composers to artistic expressions of others. Their music became the “reveal” of what they see, hear, or feel.

Concerts are scheduled at three venues, which include the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens, the Lyric Theatre in Stuart last evening, and the Church of the Good Shepherd in Tequesta on Monday, April 24th. Final concert begins at 7PM.  Tickets for the concert at the Church of the Good Shepherd may be purchased by calling (561) 746 4674.

The featured composers, Debussy, Respighi, and Mussorgsky provide tender emotional and intellectual inspiration to their audiences through their classic works, Fetes, Trittico Botticelliano, and Pictures At An Exhibition, respectively. Also included is a performance of Haydn’s Cello Concerto by our 2017 Concerto Competition winner, cellist Erick Lora.

Music conductors for the evening are Dr. John Enyart, Thomas Servinsky and Benjamin Enyart. The orchestra includes exceptionally talented young musicians from Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, and Palm Beach counties.

Educating to preserve, create, and celebrate our musical heritage, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony continues to serve our community as one of its finest musical arts organizations for young musicians and orchestra audiences since 1987. The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization.

Additional information on the youth symphony is available on the youth symphony’s website at http://www.treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com.

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MUSIC, ART INSPIRE PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION
TREASURE COAST YOUTH SYMPHONY’S SPRING CONCERT

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Stuart — The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s spring program set focus on major orchestral compositions directly inspired by individual visual artworks and art forms. Taking heed of the inspirational flow between visual arts and music this performance explores the personal reactions of the featured composers to artistic expressions of others. Their music became the “reveal” of what they see, hear, or feel.

Concerts are scheduled at three venues, which include the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens, the Lyric Theatre in Stuart last evening, and the Church of the Good Shepherd in Tequesta on Monday, April 24th. Final concert begins at 7PM.  Tickets for the concert at the Church of the Good Shepherd may be purchased by calling (561) 746 4674.

The featured composers, Debussy, Respighi, and Mussorgsky provide tender emotional and intellectual inspiration to their audiences through their classic works, Fetes, Trittico Botticelliano, and Pictures At An Exhibition, respectively. Also included is a performance of Haydn’s Cello Concerto by our 2017 Concerto Competition winner, cellist Erick Lora.

Music conductors for the evening are Dr. John Enyart, Thomas Servinsky and Benjamin Enyart. The orchestra includes exceptionally talented young musicians from Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, and Palm Beach counties.

Educating to preserve, create, and celebrate our musical heritage, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony continues to serve our community as one of its finest musical arts organizations for young musicians and orchestra audiences since 1987. The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization.

Additional information on the youth symphony is available on the youth symphony’s website at http://www.treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com.

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MUSIC, ART INSPIRE PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION
TREASURE COAST YOUTH SYMPHONY’S SPRING CONCERT

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Stuart — The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s spring program set focus on major orchestral compositions directly inspired by individual visual artworks and art forms. Taking heed of the inspirational flow between visual arts and music this performance explores the personal reactions of the featured composers to artistic expressions of others. Their music became the “reveal” of what they see, hear, or feel.

Concerts are scheduled at three venues, which include the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens, the Lyric Theatre in Stuart last evening, and the Church of the Good Shepherd in Tequesta on Monday, April 24th. Final concert begins at 7PM.  Tickets for the concert at the Church of the Good Shepherd may be purchased by calling (561) 746 4674.

The featured composers, Debussy, Respighi, and Mussorgsky provide tender emotional and intellectual inspiration to their audiences through their classic works, Fetes, Trittico Botticelliano, and Pictures At An Exhibition, respectively. Also included is a performance of Haydn’s Cello Concerto by our 2017 Concerto Competition winner, cellist Erick Lora.

Music conductors for the evening are Dr. John Enyart, Thomas Servinsky and Benjamin Enyart. The orchestra includes exceptionally talented young musicians from Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, and Palm Beach counties.

Educating to preserve, create, and celebrate our musical heritage, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony continues to serve our community as one of its finest musical arts organizations for young musicians and orchestra audiences since 1987. The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization.

Additional information on the youth symphony is available on the youth symphony’s website at http://www.treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com.

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MUSIC, ART INSPIRE PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION
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Stuart — The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s spring program set focus on major orchestral compositions directly inspired by individual visual artworks and art forms. Taking heed of the inspirational flow between visual arts and music this performance explores the personal reactions of the featured composers to artistic expressions of others. Their music became the “reveal” of what they see, hear, or feel.

Concerts are scheduled at three venues, which include the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens, the Lyric Theatre in Stuart last evening, and the Church of the Good Shepherd in Tequesta on Monday, April 24th. Final concert begins at 7PM.  Tickets for the concert at the Church of the Good Shepherd may be purchased by calling (561) 746 4674.

The featured composers, Debussy, Respighi, and Mussorgsky provide tender emotional and intellectual inspiration to their audiences through their classic works, Fetes, Trittico Botticelliano, and Pictures At An Exhibition, respectively. Also included is a performance of Haydn’s Cello Concerto by our 2017 Concerto Competition winner, cellist Erick Lora.

Music conductors for the evening are Dr. John Enyart, Thomas Servinsky and Benjamin Enyart. The orchestra includes exceptionally talented young musicians from Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, and Palm Beach counties.

Educating to preserve, create, and celebrate our musical heritage, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony continues to serve our community as one of its finest musical arts organizations for young musicians and orchestra audiences since 1987. The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization.

Additional information on the youth symphony is available on the youth symphony’s website at http://www.treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com.

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Stuart — The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s spring program set focus on major orchestral compositions directly inspired by individual visual artworks and art forms. Taking heed of the inspirational flow between visual arts and music this performance explores the personal reactions of the featured composers to artistic expressions of others. Their music became the “reveal” of what they see, hear, or feel.

Concerts are scheduled at three venues, which include the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens, the Lyric Theatre in Stuart last evening, and the Church of the Good Shepherd in Tequesta on Monday, April 24th. Final concert begins at 7PM.  Tickets for the concert at the Church of the Good Shepherd may be purchased by calling (561) 746 4674.

The featured composers, Debussy, Respighi, and Mussorgsky provide tender emotional and intellectual inspiration to their audiences through their classic works, Fetes, Trittico Botticelliano, and Pictures At An Exhibition, respectively. Also included is a performance of Haydn’s Cello Concerto by our 2017 Concerto Competition winner, cellist Erick Lora.

Music conductors for the evening are Dr. John Enyart, Thomas Servinsky and Benjamin Enyart. The orchestra includes exceptionally talented young musicians from Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, and Palm Beach counties.

Educating to preserve, create, and celebrate our musical heritage, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony continues to serve our community as one of its finest musical arts organizations for young musicians and orchestra audiences since 1987. The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization.

Additional information on the youth symphony is available on the youth symphony’s website at http://www.treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com.

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Stuart — The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s spring program set focus on major orchestral compositions directly inspired by individual visual artworks and art forms. Taking heed of the inspirational flow between visual arts and music this performance explores the personal reactions of the featured composers to artistic expressions of others. Their music became the “reveal” of what they see, hear, or feel.

Concerts are scheduled at three venues, which include the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens, the Lyric Theatre in Stuart last evening, and the Church of the Good Shepherd in Tequesta on Monday, April 24th. Final concert begins at 7PM.  Tickets for the concert at the Church of the Good Shepherd may be purchased by calling (561) 746 4674.

The featured composers, Debussy, Respighi, and Mussorgsky provide tender emotional and intellectual inspiration to their audiences through their classic works, Fetes, Trittico Botticelliano, and Pictures At An Exhibition, respectively. Also included is a performance of Haydn’s Cello Concerto by our 2017 Concerto Competition winner, cellist Erick Lora.

Music conductors for the evening are Dr. John Enyart, Thomas Servinsky and Benjamin Enyart. The orchestra includes exceptionally talented young musicians from Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, and Palm Beach counties.

Educating to preserve, create, and celebrate our musical heritage, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony continues to serve our community as one of its finest musical arts organizations for young musicians and orchestra audiences since 1987. The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization.

Additional information on the youth symphony is available on the youth symphony’s website at http://www.treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com.

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Stuart — The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s spring program set focus on major orchestral compositions directly inspired by individual visual artworks and art forms. Taking heed of the inspirational flow between visual arts and music this performance explores the personal reactions of the featured composers to artistic expressions of others. Their music became the “reveal” of what they see, hear, or feel.

Concerts are scheduled at three venues, which include the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens, the Lyric Theatre in Stuart last evening, and the Church of the Good Shepherd in Tequesta on Monday, April 24th. Final concert begins at 7PM.  Tickets for the concert at the Church of the Good Shepherd may be purchased by calling (561) 746 4674.

The featured composers, Debussy, Respighi, and Mussorgsky provide tender emotional and intellectual inspiration to their audiences through their classic works, Fetes, Trittico Botticelliano, and Pictures At An Exhibition, respectively. Also included is a performance of Haydn’s Cello Concerto by our 2017 Concerto Competition winner, cellist Erick Lora.

Music conductors for the evening are Dr. John Enyart, Thomas Servinsky and Benjamin Enyart. The orchestra includes exceptionally talented young musicians from Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, and Palm Beach counties.

Educating to preserve, create, and celebrate our musical heritage, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony continues to serve our community as one of its finest musical arts organizations for young musicians and orchestra audiences since 1987. The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization.

Additional information on the youth symphony is available on the youth symphony’s website at http://www.treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com.

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Stuart — The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s spring program set focus on major orchestral compositions directly inspired by individual visual artworks and art forms. Taking heed of the inspirational flow between visual arts and music this performance explores the personal reactions of the featured composers to artistic expressions of others. Their music became the “reveal” of what they see, hear, or feel.

Concerts are scheduled at three venues, which include the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens, the Lyric Theatre in Stuart last evening, and the Church of the Good Shepherd in Tequesta on Monday, April 24th. Final concert begins at 7PM.  Tickets for the concert at the Church of the Good Shepherd may be purchased by calling (561) 746 4674.

The featured composers, Debussy, Respighi, and Mussorgsky provide tender emotional and intellectual inspiration to their audiences through their classic works, Fetes, Trittico Botticelliano, and Pictures At An Exhibition, respectively. Also included is a performance of Haydn’s Cello Concerto by our 2017 Concerto Competition winner, cellist Erick Lora.

Music conductors for the evening are Dr. John Enyart, Thomas Servinsky and Benjamin Enyart. The orchestra includes exceptionally talented young musicians from Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, and Palm Beach counties.

Educating to preserve, create, and celebrate our musical heritage, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony continues to serve our community as one of its finest musical arts organizations for young musicians and orchestra audiences since 1987. The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization.

Additional information on the youth symphony is available on the youth symphony’s website at http://www.treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com.

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Stuart — The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s spring program set focus on major orchestral compositions directly inspired by individual visual artworks and art forms. Taking heed of the inspirational flow between visual arts and music this performance explores the personal reactions of the featured composers to artistic expressions of others. Their music became the “reveal” of what they see, hear, or feel.

Concerts are scheduled at three venues, which include the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens, the Lyric Theatre in Stuart last evening, and the Church of the Good Shepherd in Tequesta on Monday, April 24th. Final concert begins at 7PM.  Tickets for the concert at the Church of the Good Shepherd may be purchased by calling (561) 746 4674.

The featured composers, Debussy, Respighi, and Mussorgsky provide tender emotional and intellectual inspiration to their audiences through their classic works, Fetes, Trittico Botticelliano, and Pictures At An Exhibition, respectively. Also included is a performance of Haydn’s Cello Concerto by our 2017 Concerto Competition winner, cellist Erick Lora.

Music conductors for the evening are Dr. John Enyart, Thomas Servinsky and Benjamin Enyart. The orchestra includes exceptionally talented young musicians from Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, and Palm Beach counties.

Educating to preserve, create, and celebrate our musical heritage, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony continues to serve our community as one of its finest musical arts organizations for young musicians and orchestra audiences since 1987. The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization.

Additional information on the youth symphony is available on the youth symphony’s website at http://www.treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com.

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Stuart — The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s spring program set focus on major orchestral compositions directly inspired by individual visual artworks and art forms. Taking heed of the inspirational flow between visual arts and music this performance explores the personal reactions of the featured composers to artistic expressions of others. Their music became the “reveal” of what they see, hear, or feel.

Concerts are scheduled at three venues, which include the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens, the Lyric Theatre in Stuart last evening, and the Church of the Good Shepherd in Tequesta on Monday, April 24th. Final concert begins at 7PM.  Tickets for the concert at the Church of the Good Shepherd may be purchased by calling (561) 746 4674.

The featured composers, Debussy, Respighi, and Mussorgsky provide tender emotional and intellectual inspiration to their audiences through their classic works, Fetes, Trittico Botticelliano, and Pictures At An Exhibition, respectively. Also included is a performance of Haydn’s Cello Concerto by our 2017 Concerto Competition winner, cellist Erick Lora.

Music conductors for the evening are Dr. John Enyart, Thomas Servinsky and Benjamin Enyart. The orchestra includes exceptionally talented young musicians from Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, and Palm Beach counties.

Educating to preserve, create, and celebrate our musical heritage, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony continues to serve our community as one of its finest musical arts organizations for young musicians and orchestra audiences since 1987. The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization.

Additional information on the youth symphony is available on the youth symphony’s website at http://www.treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com.

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Stuart — The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s spring program set focus on major orchestral compositions directly inspired by individual visual artworks and art forms. Taking heed of the inspirational flow between visual arts and music this performance explores the personal reactions of the featured composers to artistic expressions of others. Their music became the “reveal” of what they see, hear, or feel.

Concerts are scheduled at three venues, which include the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens, the Lyric Theatre in Stuart last evening, and the Church of the Good Shepherd in Tequesta on Monday, April 24th. Final concert begins at 7PM.  Tickets for the concert at the Church of the Good Shepherd may be purchased by calling (561) 746 4674.

The featured composers, Debussy, Respighi, and Mussorgsky provide tender emotional and intellectual inspiration to their audiences through their classic works, Fetes, Trittico Botticelliano, and Pictures At An Exhibition, respectively. Also included is a performance of Haydn’s Cello Concerto by our 2017 Concerto Competition winner, cellist Erick Lora.

Music conductors for the evening are Dr. John Enyart, Thomas Servinsky and Benjamin Enyart. The orchestra includes exceptionally talented young musicians from Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, and Palm Beach counties.

Educating to preserve, create, and celebrate our musical heritage, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony continues to serve our community as one of its finest musical arts organizations for young musicians and orchestra audiences since 1987. The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization.

Additional information on the youth symphony is available on the youth symphony’s website at http://www.treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com.

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Stuart — The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s spring program set focus on major orchestral compositions directly inspired by individual visual artworks and art forms. Taking heed of the inspirational flow between visual arts and music this performance explores the personal reactions of the featured composers to artistic expressions of others. Their music became the “reveal” of what they see, hear, or feel.

Concerts are scheduled at three venues, which include the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens, the Lyric Theatre in Stuart last evening, and the Church of the Good Shepherd in Tequesta on Monday, April 24th. Final concert begins at 7PM.  Tickets for the concert at the Church of the Good Shepherd may be purchased by calling (561) 746 4674.

The featured composers, Debussy, Respighi, and Mussorgsky provide tender emotional and intellectual inspiration to their audiences through their classic works, Fetes, Trittico Botticelliano, and Pictures At An Exhibition, respectively. Also included is a performance of Haydn’s Cello Concerto by our 2017 Concerto Competition winner, cellist Erick Lora.

Music conductors for the evening are Dr. John Enyart, Thomas Servinsky and Benjamin Enyart. The orchestra includes exceptionally talented young musicians from Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, and Palm Beach counties.

Educating to preserve, create, and celebrate our musical heritage, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony continues to serve our community as one of its finest musical arts organizations for young musicians and orchestra audiences since 1987. The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization.

Additional information on the youth symphony is available on the youth symphony’s website at http://www.treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com.

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Stuart — The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s spring program set focus on major orchestral compositions directly inspired by individual visual artworks and art forms. Taking heed of the inspirational flow between visual arts and music this performance explores the personal reactions of the featured composers to artistic expressions of others. Their music became the “reveal” of what they see, hear, or feel.

Concerts are scheduled at three venues, which include the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens, the Lyric Theatre in Stuart last evening, and the Church of the Good Shepherd in Tequesta on Monday, April 24th. Final concert begins at 7PM.  Tickets for the concert at the Church of the Good Shepherd may be purchased by calling (561) 746 4674.

The featured composers, Debussy, Respighi, and Mussorgsky provide tender emotional and intellectual inspiration to their audiences through their classic works, Fetes, Trittico Botticelliano, and Pictures At An Exhibition, respectively. Also included is a performance of Haydn’s Cello Concerto by our 2017 Concerto Competition winner, cellist Erick Lora.

Music conductors for the evening are Dr. John Enyart, Thomas Servinsky and Benjamin Enyart. The orchestra includes exceptionally talented young musicians from Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, and Palm Beach counties.

Educating to preserve, create, and celebrate our musical heritage, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony continues to serve our community as one of its finest musical arts organizations for young musicians and orchestra audiences since 1987. The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization.

Additional information on the youth symphony is available on the youth symphony’s website at http://www.treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com.

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Stuart — The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s spring program set focus on major orchestral compositions directly inspired by individual visual artworks and art forms. Taking heed of the inspirational flow between visual arts and music this performance explores the personal reactions of the featured composers to artistic expressions of others. Their music became the “reveal” of what they see, hear, or feel.

Concerts are scheduled at three venues, which include the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens, the Lyric Theatre in Stuart last evening, and the Church of the Good Shepherd in Tequesta on Monday, April 24th. Final concert begins at 7PM.  Tickets for the concert at the Church of the Good Shepherd may be purchased by calling (561) 746 4674.

The featured composers, Debussy, Respighi, and Mussorgsky provide tender emotional and intellectual inspiration to their audiences through their classic works, Fetes, Trittico Botticelliano, and Pictures At An Exhibition, respectively. Also included is a performance of Haydn’s Cello Concerto by our 2017 Concerto Competition winner, cellist Erick Lora.

Music conductors for the evening are Dr. John Enyart, Thomas Servinsky and Benjamin Enyart. The orchestra includes exceptionally talented young musicians from Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, and Palm Beach counties.

Educating to preserve, create, and celebrate our musical heritage, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony continues to serve our community as one of its finest musical arts organizations for young musicians and orchestra audiences since 1987. The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization.

Additional information on the youth symphony is available on the youth symphony’s website at http://www.treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com.

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Stuart — The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony’s spring program set focus on major orchestral compositions directly inspired by individual visual artworks and art forms. Taking heed of the inspirational flow between visual arts and music this performance explores the personal reactions of the featured composers to artistic expressions of others. Their music became the “reveal” of what they see, hear, or feel.

Concerts are scheduled at three venues, which include the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens, the Lyric Theatre in Stuart last evening, and the Church of the Good Shepherd in Tequesta on Monday, April 24th. Final concert begins at 7PM.  Tickets for the concert at the Church of the Good Shepherd may be purchased by calling (561) 746 4674.

The featured composers, Debussy, Respighi, and Mussorgsky provide tender emotional and intellectual inspiration to their audiences through their classic works, Fetes, Trittico Botticelliano, and Pictures At An Exhibition, respectively. Also included is a performance of Haydn’s Cello Concerto by our 2017 Concerto Competition winner, cellist Erick Lora.

Music conductors for the evening are Dr. John Enyart, Thomas Servinsky and Benjamin Enyart. The orchestra includes exceptionally talented young musicians from Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, and Palm Beach counties.

Educating to preserve, create, and celebrate our musical heritage, the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony continues to serve our community as one of its finest musical arts organizations for young musicians and orchestra audiences since 1987. The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization.

Additional information on the youth symphony is available on the youth symphony’s website at http://www.treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com.

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S.P.A.M. Robotics Prepares for World Championships

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STUART—S.P.A.M. Robotics, the local high school FIRST Robotics team, is preparing to compete at the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) FIRST Championships to be held April 19-22 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, TX.

Fresh off their victories at the FRC Orlando Regional at University of Central Florida on March 9-11 and the FRC Rocket City Regional in Huntsville, AL on March 23-24, the team of 74 high school students and their teachers, coaches and mentors are making final preparations for Championships.

This year’s challenge, called FIRST STEAMWORKSSM, surrounds a theme where two adventure clubs from an era in which technology relied on steam power prepare their airships for the ultimate long distance race. Each three-team alliance scores points in three ways: by collecting fuel, represented by small yellow balls, and scoring them in a low or high goal in a boiler; by retrieving and delivering gears to their airship in order to start their rotors; and by boarding the airship by climbing a rope. The alliance with the highest score wins the match.

At their season Kickoff in January, S.P.A.M. watched a worldwide reveal where teams were shown the FIRST STEAMWORKS game field and challenge details for the first time, and received a Kit of Parts made up of motors, batteries, control system components, construction materials, and a mix of additional automation components – with limited instructions. Working with adult Mentors, students have six weeks to design, build, program, and test their robots to meet the season’s engineering challenge.

“The time and resource constraints FIRST implements really challenge us to work together and collaborate on a highly professional level,” said Shantanu Jakhete, S.P.A.M. Vice-Captain and Pit Crew leader. “In fact, you could compare S.P.A.M. to a mix between an established and organized engineering company and an entrepreneurial start-up because of our unique combination of proven designs and crazy new ideas. As a result, our technical teams have the most talented, creative and best problem-solving students you will find in Martin County. It’s very motivating to work alongside a team that is constantly pushing the boundaries of our robot performance.”

S.P.A.M. was recognized with judges’ awards at each of their regional competitions. At the FRC Orlando Regional, the judges presented the team with the Industrial Design Award sponsored by General Motors. This award celebrates form and function in an efficiently designed machine that effectively addresses the game challenge. At the FRC Rocket City Regional, the team was awarded the Engineering Inspiration Award which celebrates outstanding success in advancing respect and appreciation for engineering within a team’s community. This coveted award comes with an added benefit where NASA sponsors the $5,000 registration fee at the 2017 FIRST Championship.

“It’s been an exciting season so far but there’s nothing like the world championships,” said Tyler Woods, team Captain and S.P.A.M.’s lead robot driver for the second year. “To win a regional is an achievement in itself. But every team steps up their game at Championships. As the driver, I depend on everyone to bring their A game. I need our scouting team gathering data on the other robots. I need a coach and the rest of the drive team on the field executing our game plan. I need a pit crew back in the pits ready to fix any mechanical issues or make code adjustments. It’s such a team effort. It’s exciting to see it all come together.”

S.P.A.M., which stands for Speed, Power & Maneuverability (www.spamrobotics.com), is made up of high school students from Jensen Beach High School, Martin County High School, South Fork High School, Clark Advanced Learning Center and home schools. This year the team is celebrating 20 years of building robots while encouraging the next generation of science, technology and engineering leaders.

FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology, www.firstinspires.org ) was founded in 1989 by accomplished inventor Dean Kamen to inspire an appreciation of science and technology in young people. Based in Manchester, N.H., FIRST designs accessible, innovative programs to build self-confidence, knowledge, and life skills while motivating young people to pursue opportunities in science, technology, and engineering.

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***Book Review***

Don’t Be That KID!

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“Lois McGuire has created an engaging way through rhymes for elementary-age children to talk about and then address positive character behaviors. I purchased a Don’t Be That KID! At School book for each of my grandchildren and a resource guide for their parents.” Bill P., Grandfather of 5

“The Don’t Be That KID! At School Resource Guide provides my teachers with a year-long plan that supports their students in engaging in positive behaviors and social interactions. Both the book and the resource guide are invaluable tools to help our students feel confident and our classrooms feel secure.” Lauren B., Principal.

These are just two testimonials concerning Lois McGuire’s new character education books: Don’t Be That KID! At School and the Don’t Be That KID! At School Resource Guide. Dr. McGuire feels that building positive character values is as important as teaching core subject areas. She says, “What good is being an ‘A’ student if you aren’t an ‘A’ person? Parents and teachers need to work together to infuse the key character education principles into their children’s daily lives. Make no mistake about it, character in not just innate – it can be taught and learned which is why I wrote Don’t Be That KID! At School.”

Don’t Be That KID! At School is about a little goat who misbehaves at school but ultimately learns his lesson. Each scene provides an opportunity to discuss character building values, such as honesty, consideration, responsibility and respect. The “Don’t Be That KID! At School Resource Guide accompanies the book but can be used independently by teachers and parents to help reinforce desired behaviors and character education principles. Although separated into appropriate activities for grades K-1, 2-3 and 4-5, the Guide can easily be adapted for all ages and abilities.

Learn more about Don’t Be That KID! At School and the Don’t Be That KID! At School Resource Guide by going to the website: dontbethatkid.net Both books can be purchased through the website or through Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble .com.

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Local Cellist Performs Winning Concerto
For The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony

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Little did Erick Lora and his family realize when their 10 year old son began playing the cello, that it would lead him into a broader music career, joining the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony and being selected as its 2017 Concerto Competition winner for the symphony’s April concerts.

Lora has been with the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony since 2014 and was selected to perform with the Academy Orchestra, the mentoring orchestra for the Youth Symphony. He won first place in the Florida Association of Christian Colleges & Schools (FACCS) state competition for his string solo several times and was chosen to perform on National Public Radio’s Young Musician Spotlight, hosted by public radio station WQCS / 88.9 FM. The young cellist also performs regularly with the Indian River Pops Orchestra.

The three concerts featuring the music of Modest Mussorgsky and his Pictures At An Exhibition will be available on the Treasure Coast and Palm Beach County. They include performances at the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens on April 10th, the Lyric Theatre on April 17th in Stuart and on April 24th at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Tequesta. All shows are at 7 p.m. Tickets are available through each Box Office venue.

Now at 17 years old, Erick Lora will be performing in the three concerts, plus presenting his award-winning Concerto Competition selection, Haydn’s Cello Concerto. Other music selections will include Debussy’s Fetes from The Three Nocturnes, Respighi’s Trittico Botticelliano and Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition, the theme of the evening concerts.

Working with the students on their music are Conductors Dr. John Enyart, founder of the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony, Tom Servinsky, and Benjamin Enyart. The musicians represent Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River and Palm Beach counties. Additional information from the Youth Symphony is available on its website at http://www.treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com or by contacting the office directly at
tcys@treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com.

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Art Reflection By Mimi McCallum

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Through my art I aspire to capture moments in time that relate to memories that touch our hearts. I aspire to create images of objects, places and figures with pleasing shapes and energetic color.

My “people stories” are paintings including figure in them. This is a subject I enjoy painting. My people are All People and an experience we can share. The “At the Beach” series provides glimpses of sensual and relaxing times that are the beach. The beach offers a refuge from the routine and mundane. The figures enjoy the warm sun, the wind blowing their hair, umbrellas, towels, sand in their toes and the beauty of the ocean.

Contact: Mimi McCallum at 772-334-3492… Cell No. 772-341-1021… Fax No. 863-983-5484

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