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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.

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Martin County PAL Go to Florida PAL State Boxing Championships

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Stuart-Three boxers from the Martin County PAL made their boxing debut this past weekend at the Florida PAL State Boxing Championships in Palatka, FL. Hundreds of amateur boxers from throughout the state showed up to compete in the biggest amateur tournament of the year. Captain John Perez (Martin County Sheriff’s Office), Lauren Betsinger (Martin County Sheriff’s Office) and Noel DelValle (Executive Director MCPAL) are all extremely proud of how the 3 young men performed. “Considering these boys have only been practicing since May, they did exceptionally well”, said DelValle. “They showed tremendous heart and dedication. Knowing what to expect, we are all looking forward to the next one”, he said.

“We started our program back in May, and being able to have our kids participate and give them the exposure of actually competing in a tournament so soon has been an amazing accomplishment and a dream come true for both Noel and me”, said Perez

Blaine Dameron, 12, took home a win while both David Bass, 16 & Jake DelValle, 11, took second in their weight class.

Martin County PAL is a 501c3, nonprofit organization which is run 100% on donations and all staff and coaches are volunteers. If you are interested in supporting this organization please contact Executive Director, Noel DelValle, 772-919-2441 or via email martincountypal@gmail.com

Martin County Police Athletic League is a crime prevention community program designed to provide alternatives for kids and develop the bond with officers.

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Martin County PAL Go to Florida PAL State Boxing Championships

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Stuart-Three boxers from the Martin County PAL made their boxing debut this past weekend at the Florida PAL State Boxing Championships in Palatka, FL. Hundreds of amateur boxers from throughout the state showed up to compete in the biggest amateur tournament of the year. Captain John Perez (Martin County Sheriff’s Office), Lauren Betsinger (Martin County Sheriff’s Office) and Noel DelValle (Executive Director MCPAL) are all extremely proud of how the 3 young men performed. “Considering these boys have only been practicing since May, they did exceptionally well”, said DelValle. “They showed tremendous heart and dedication. Knowing what to expect, we are all looking forward to the next one”, he said.

“We started our program back in May, and being able to have our kids participate and give them the exposure of actually competing in a tournament so soon has been an amazing accomplishment and a dream come true for both Noel and me”, said Perez

Blaine Dameron, 12, took home a win while both David Bass, 16 & Jake DelValle, 11, took second in their weight class.

Martin County PAL is a 501c3, nonprofit organization which is run 100% on donations and all staff and coaches are volunteers. If you are interested in supporting this organization please contact Executive Director, Noel DelValle, 772-919-2441 or via email martincountypal@gmail.com

Martin County Police Athletic League is a crime prevention community program designed to provide alternatives for kids and develop the bond with officers.

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Martin County PAL Go to Florida PAL State Boxing Championships

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Stuart-Three boxers from the Martin County PAL made their boxing debut this past weekend at the Florida PAL State Boxing Championships in Palatka, FL. Hundreds of amateur boxers from throughout the state showed up to compete in the biggest amateur tournament of the year. Captain John Perez (Martin County Sheriff’s Office), Lauren Betsinger (Martin County Sheriff’s Office) and Noel DelValle (Executive Director MCPAL) are all extremely proud of how the 3 young men performed. “Considering these boys have only been practicing since May, they did exceptionally well”, said DelValle. “They showed tremendous heart and dedication. Knowing what to expect, we are all looking forward to the next one”, he said.

“We started our program back in May, and being able to have our kids participate and give them the exposure of actually competing in a tournament so soon has been an amazing accomplishment and a dream come true for both Noel and me”, said Perez

Blaine Dameron, 12, took home a win while both David Bass, 16 & Jake DelValle, 11, took second in their weight class.

Martin County PAL is a 501c3, nonprofit organization which is run 100% on donations and all staff and coaches are volunteers. If you are interested in supporting this organization please contact Executive Director, Noel DelValle, 772-919-2441 or via email martincountypal@gmail.com

Martin County Police Athletic League is a crime prevention community program designed to provide alternatives for kids and develop the bond with officers.

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Treasure Coast Rowing Club Takes the Gold!

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In Photo: Stefanie Falkner rowing director for the Treasure Coast Rowing took gold at the Worlds in a Women’s B 8+ composite crew boat!

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.

The Treasure Coast Rowing Club (TCRC) was established to stimulate and foster interest in the sport of rowing among amateurs. We promote this interest through education and competitions using every reasonable endeavor for the advancement and up-building of amateur rowing in accordance with the best traditions of sportsmanship.

Our goal is to have a safe and fun environment where both adults and youth rowers can enjoy the sport of rowing. We aim to teach the joys of rowing to anyone willing to learn and wanting to get behind an oar on the water. We welcome all athletes regardless of their ability or experience. If you are willing to show up and work hard, there is a place for you in our boats.

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Treasure Coast Rowing Club Takes the Gold!

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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.

The Treasure Coast Rowing Club (TCRC) was established to stimulate and foster interest in the sport of rowing among amateurs. We promote this interest through education and competitions using every reasonable endeavor for the advancement and up-building of amateur rowing in accordance with the best traditions of sportsmanship.

Our goal is to have a safe and fun environment where both adults and youth rowers can enjoy the sport of rowing. We aim to teach the joys of rowing to anyone willing to learn and wanting to get behind an oar on the water. We welcome all athletes regardless of their ability or experience. If you are willing to show up and work hard, there is a place for you in our boats.

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Treasure Coast Rowing Club Takes the Gold!

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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.

The Treasure Coast Rowing Club (TCRC) was established to stimulate and foster interest in the sport of rowing among amateurs. We promote this interest through education and competitions using every reasonable endeavor for the advancement and up-building of amateur rowing in accordance with the best traditions of sportsmanship.

Our goal is to have a safe and fun environment where both adults and youth rowers can enjoy the sport of rowing. We aim to teach the joys of rowing to anyone willing to learn and wanting to get behind an oar on the water. We welcome all athletes regardless of their ability or experience. If you are willing to show up and work hard, there is a place for you in our boats.

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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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Treasure Coast Rowing Club Takes the Gold!

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In Photo: Stefanie Falkner rowing director for the Treasure Coast Rowing took gold at the Worlds in a Women’s B 8+ composite crew boat!

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 US Rowing 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.

The Treasure Coast Rowing Club (TCRC) was established to stimulate and foster interest in the sport of rowing among amateurs. We promote this interest through education and competitions using every reasonable endeavor for the advancement and up-building of amateur rowing in accordance with the best traditions of sportsmanship.

Our goal is to have a safe and fun environment where both adults and youth rowers can enjoy the sport of rowing. We aim to teach the joys of rowing to anyone willing to learn and wanting to get behind an oar on the water. We welcome all athletes regardless of their ability or experience. If you are willing to show up and work hard, there is a place for you in our boats.

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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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South Florida Beach Fishing With Live Bait

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Safety Tips for Your Family’s First Fishing Trip

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“Catch your children a fish and they’ll eat for a day. Teach them to fish and you’ll feed them for a lifetime.” Cast a rod into one of the many beautiful lakes and rivers across the US and you will teach your children a valuable outdoor skill. It’s also hugely enjoyable too. Fishing is a wonderful, relaxing and fun outdoor activity to share with the whole family. And an exciting adventure for children. But while planning a fishing vacation might be focused on fun, you also need to show them how to enjoy a safe fishing trip.

Sharp Objects

Your main concern when it comes to young family members and fishing safety should be the hooks. Children may not necessarily understand how sharp and dangerous a hook can be. Therefore, take some time to explain that hooks are very sharp and the importance of handling them with extra care. You must also teach your children about how to handle their tackle properly. Tackle, especially lures and hooks, should never be left lying on the ground. When it’s time to cast, ensure no one is close enough that they could be hit. Show your family how to hold lures carefully, especially if they have multiple hooks.

Hygiene and First Aid

It’s particularly important to demonstrate good fishing hygiene practices to younger family members. For example, after handling a fish, remember to always clean and sanitize your hands. First aid kits should also be considered a crucial part of your fishing kit. Make sure your kit is regularly checked and replace anything that’s been taken out and used. A good first aid kit should contain at least; bandages, antiseptic, disinfectant, pain reliever and anti-inflammatory medicine.

Water and Weather Protection

Never leave children alone or unsupervised near water. Small children should always wear a properly fitting personal flotation device (PFD), such as a life jacket, when around water. If you’re using a boat, be sure that all the family understands basic boating safety too. When it’s sunny, always use a good quality sunscreen and protect your eyes with sunglasses. When it’s wet weather, wear waterproof clothing and bring along an umbrella, rain boots, and a dry change of clothes. On a chilly day, bundle up in your favorite coat and hat.

Barbless Hooks

Barbless hooks are the best option for young anglers. These are much safer and easier to remove if someone, particularly a child, get snagged. While they are normally used for bait fishing, barbed hooks can be bent slightly if a child does want to use them.

Float, Line and Tackle

Whether you and your family are fishing from shore or a boat, it’s probably safer to throw the float and line for your children. But if you are keen for them to do things like that themselves, it’s worth investing in a child friendly tackle. These are specifically designed to be used by children.

By just taking a little extra care and making sure the whole family understands the rules that accompany safe and responsible fishing, you can ensure that you all have a wonderful first fishing trip together.

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Choosing A Fly Reel

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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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Sporting Clay Shoot Raises $45,000 for Patient Care at Treasure Health

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In Photo: The top scoring team was Waterfront Properties. From left, Trace Scuderi, Treasure Health VP of Philanthropy Murray Fournie, and Tom Pledger.

STUART-Participants in the Annual Sporting Clay Shoot helped raise $45,000 for patient care at Treasure Health . Proceeds from the tournament went to benefit Treasure Health’s palliative care, hospice and grief support programs for children and adults facing chronic or serious illness.

The tournament was held on South Florida Shooting Club’s 15-station sporting clay course. Winners of the clay shoot were as follows: Highest scoring team was Team Waterfront Properties which included Tom Pledger, Trace Scuderi, Rob Thompson and Taylor Thompson. First Place Individual Shooter was Tom Pledger, Top Lady Shooter was Emmy Zerby. Top Youth Shooter was Brayden Wojcieszak.

“Events like these help us provide care throughout the community regardless of the patient’s ability to pay,” said Agnes Palmer, Treasure Health Development Officer. ” We are so grateful to our committee, South Florida Shooting Club, all of our event sponsors and everyone that came together to make this event a success.”

Sponsors for the shoot included SunTrust Wealth Management, TCPalm, Freedom Waste, US Sugar, Gerelco, Bray Realty Advisors, Brownie Companies, Wallace Chevrolet, Aycock Funeral Homes, Horizon Care Services and Ryan Baum Painting.

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Sporting Clay Shoot Raises $45,000 for Patient Care at Treasure Health

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In Photo: The top scoring youth shooter was Brayden Wojcieszak pictured with Treasure Health VP of Philanthropy Murray Fournie.

STUART-Participants in the Annual Sporting Clay Shoot helped raise $45,000 for patient care at Treasure Health . Proceeds from the tournament went to benefit Treasure Health’s palliative care, hospice and grief support programs for children and adults facing chronic or serious illness.

The tournament was held on South Florida Shooting Club’s 15-station sporting clay course. Winners of the clay shoot were as follows: Highest scoring team was Team Waterfront Properties which included Tom Pledger, Trace Scuderi, Rob Thompson and Taylor Thompson. First Place Individual Shooter was Tom Pledger, Top Lady Shooter was Emmy Zerby. Top Youth Shooter was Brayden Wojcieszak.

“Events like these help us provide care throughout the community regardless of the patient’s ability to pay,” said Agnes Palmer, Treasure Health Development Officer. ” We are so grateful to our committee, South Florida Shooting Club, all of our event sponsors and everyone that came together to make this event a success.”

Sponsors for the shoot included SunTrust Wealth Management, TCPalm, Freedom Waste, US Sugar, Gerelco, Bray Realty Advisors, Brownie Companies, Wallace Chevrolet, Aycock Funeral Homes, Horizon Care Services and Ryan Baum Painting.

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Sporting Clay Shoot Raises $45,000 for Patient Care at Treasure Health

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In Photo: The top scoring lady Shooter was Emmy Zerby pictured with Treasure Health VP of Philanthropy Murray Fournie.

STUART-Participants in the Annual Sporting Clay Shoot helped raise $45,000 for patient care at Treasure Health . Proceeds from the tournament went to benefit Treasure Health’s palliative care, hospice and grief support programs for children and adults facing chronic or serious illness.

The tournament was held on South Florida Shooting Club’s 15-station sporting clay course. Winners of the clay shoot were as follows: Highest scoring team was Team Waterfront Properties which included Tom Pledger, Trace Scuderi, Rob Thompson and Taylor Thompson. First Place Individual Shooter was Tom Pledger, Top Lady Shooter was Emmy Zerby. Top Youth Shooter was Brayden Wojcieszak.

“Events like these help us provide care throughout the community regardless of the patient’s ability to pay,” said Agnes Palmer, Treasure Health Development Officer. ” We are so grateful to our committee, South Florida Shooting Club, all of our event sponsors and everyone that came together to make this event a success.”

Sponsors for the shoot included SunTrust Wealth Management, TCPalm, Freedom Waste, US Sugar, Gerelco, Bray Realty Advisors, Brownie Companies, Wallace Chevrolet, Aycock Funeral Homes, Horizon Care Services and Ryan Baum Painting.

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TED SAYS GO BUCKS!

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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
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Lionfish Round Up

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TREASURE COAST ROWING MIAMI REGATTA

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LOCAL GIRLS SOCCER

Lauren Spears

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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”.

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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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”.

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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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”.

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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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”.

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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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”.

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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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”.

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 H. S. Football Cheerleaders Take on Disney!!

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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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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.

Call – (888) 523-9788 or 772-286-1860

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KYLE CONRAD MIDDLE SCHOOL TRACK MEET

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In photo: Anderson middle School Girls team 1st place Boy’s team 2nd place

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KYLE CONRAD MIDDLE SCHOOL TRACK MEET

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TREASURE COAST ROWING

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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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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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Annual Single Fin Showdown Retro

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In photo: Thinking of Justin Beard at 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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Out2News.comStuart — 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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Out2News.comStuart — 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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Out2News.comStuart — 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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Out2News.comStuart — 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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Out2News.comStuart — 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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Out2News.comStuart — 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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Out2News.comStuart — 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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Out2News.comStuart — 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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Out2News.comStuart — 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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Out2News.comStuart — 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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Out2News.comStuart — 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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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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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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Out2News.comStuart — 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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Out2News.comStuart — 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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Out2News.comStuart — 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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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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Out2News.comStuart — 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Out2News.comStuart — 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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Annual Single Fin Showdown

Out2News.comStuart — 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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 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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Annual Single Fin Showdown

Out2News.comStuart — 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 2018

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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 2018

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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 2018

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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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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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“Operation 300”, Annual Aaron Vaughn Memorial Frogman Swim

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Jensen Beach — This is the 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”, Annual Aaron Vaughn Memorial Frogman Swim

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Jensen Beach — This is the 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”, Annual Aaron Vaughn Memorial Frogman Swim

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Jensen Beach — This is the 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”, Annual Aaron Vaughn Memorial Frogman Swim

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Jensen Beach — This is the 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”, Annual Aaron Vaughn Memorial Frogman Swim

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Jensen Beach — This is the 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!

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

Photo by: Dick Hall Out2/Martin County.com

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“Operation 300”, Annual Aaron Vaughn Memorial Frogman Swim

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Jensen Beach — This is the 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”, 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!

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

Photo by: Dick Hall Out2/Martin County.com

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“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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“Operation 300”,  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”, 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”, 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!

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

Photo by: Dick Hall Out2/Martin County.com

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“Operation 300”, 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!

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

Photo by: Dick Hall Out2/Martin County.com

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Learn to Row Day

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Palm City — The 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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Learn to Row Day

Out2News.comPalm 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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Learn to Row Day

Out2News.comPalm 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.

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Learn to Row Day

Out2News.comPalm 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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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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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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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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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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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.

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

Photo by: Dick Hall Out2/Martin County.com

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“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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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.

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

Photo by: Dick Hall Out2/Martin County.com

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“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

This low resolution photo is NOT copy write protected. If you wish a copy simply right/click on the photo and hit “copy” or “save image as”. If you wish a high resolution file contact: rshall@out2news.com/martincounty

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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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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

Photo by: Dick Hall Out2/Martin County.com

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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.

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

Photo by: Dick Hall Out2/Martin County.com

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“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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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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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.

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

Photo by: Dick Hall Out2/Martin County.com

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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.

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

Photo by: Dick Hall Out2/Martin County.com

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“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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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.

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

Photo by: Dick Hall Out2/Martin County.com

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“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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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.

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

Photo by: Dick Hall Out2/Martin County.com

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“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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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.

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

Photo by: Dick Hall Out2/Martin County.com

Out2martincounty.com adheres to full compliance with C.O.P.P.A. (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998)

“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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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.

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

Photo by: Dick Hall Out2/Martin County.com

Out2martincounty.com adheres to full compliance with C.O.P.P.A. (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998)

“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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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.

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

Photo by: Dick Hall Out2/Martin County.com

Out2martincounty.com adheres to full compliance with C.O.P.P.A. (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998)

“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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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.

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

Photo by: Dick Hall Out2/Martin County.com

Out2martincounty.com adheres to full compliance with C.O.P.P.A. (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998)

“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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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.

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

Photo by: Dick Hall Out2/Martin County.com

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“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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