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FAU Launches Student Activism Fellowship Florida Atlantic University’s Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, in partnership with Barb Schmidt, recently launched a program for high school students titled “The Barb Schmidt Fellowship: Cultivating Community Involvement, Activism and Social Change.” Students can apply for the fellowship and earn six FAU credits through weekend workshops and activities during the 2018-19 school year. There is also a $1,000 stipend for participants who successfully complete both semesters. Students must submit a completed application and two written recommendations (at least one from a teacher) by Friday, June 15. Story on Page 5

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•Amid a sea of blue and white flags, banners and attire, on April 18, 2018 thousands of local residents of all ages will once again come together in solidarity and spirit for Israel at the Mizner Park Amphitheater. The full vibrant diversity of Jewish South Palm Beach County and more will be on hand to celebrate Israel’s 70th Birthday at this year’s “Israel Fest.” Image result for israel fest mizner park • The City of Boca Raton Office of Economic Development continued it’s 2018 “Your Success is Our Success Tour” with a visit to The Nature’s Bounty manufacturing facility. The “Success Tour” has been established to congratulate and recognize Boca based companies for their economic and community contributions to the City of Boca Raton. • Kendra Erika has released a new music video featuring her original song “Authentic” which expresses her views on the deterioration of social media and it’s effect on society. Don’t conform to what the masses want you to be. Being authentic means not following an echo, but leading by your own voice • Former Miami Beach Mayor Phillip Levine took his campaign to be the Democratic Party’s nominee for the election in November to Honey in Delray Beach, Florida tonite. He was met by an enthusiastic crowd of supporters. Levine supports a pro-business, “job-creating” platform that benefits both Democrats and Republicans. • A new elementary school could potentially be in the works for the City of Boca Raton. The City Council gave unanimous support to resolution 18-2018, which is a resolution from the City of Boca Raton supporting the establishment

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Community Boca Raton Regional Hospital Receives Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award Boca Raton Regional Hospital (BRRH) has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement award. The award recognizes the Hospital’s commitment to ensuring stroke patients receive the most appropriate treatment according to nationally recognized, researchbased guidelines based on the latest scientific evidence. The Hospital earned the award by meeting specific quality achievement measures for the diagnosis and treatment of stroke patients at a set level for a designated period. These measures include evaluation of the proper use of medications and other stroke treatments aligned with the most up-to-date, evidence-based guidelines with the goal of speeding recovery and reducing mortality and disability for stroke patients. Before discharge, patients should also receive education on managing their health, get a follow-up visit scheduled, as well as other care transition interventions. “Boca Raton Regional Hospital is dedicated to improving the quality of care for our stroke patients by implementing the American Heart Association’s Get With The Guidelines-Stroke initiative,” said Frank D. Vrionis, MD, MPH, PhD, Director of the Marcus Neuroscience Institute at Boca Regional. “The tools and resources provided help us track and measure our success in meeting evidenced-based clinical guidelines developed to improve patient outcomes. This is a wonderful accomplishment for

the Marcus Neuroscience Institute.” Commenting further, Dr. Vrionis said, “However, it is important to emphasize that this honor also reflects the talent and expertise of our Emergency Department staff and local Emergency Medical Services professionals.” BRRH additionally received the association’s Target Stroke Honor Roll Elite PlusSM award. To qualify for this recognition, hospitals must meet quality measures developed to reduce the time between the patient’s arrival at the hospital and treatment with the clotbuster tissue plasminogen activator, or tPA, the only drug approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to treat ischemic stroke. “We are pleased to recognize Boca Raton Regional Hospital for their commitment to stroke care,” said Eric E. Smith, M.D., National Chairman of the Get With The Guidelines Steering Committee and an Associate Professor of Neurology at the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada. “Research has shown that hospitals adhering to clinical measures through the Get With The Guidelines quality improvement initiative can often see fewer readmissions and lower mortality rates.” According to the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, stroke is the number five cause of death and a leading cause of adult disability in the United States. On average, someone in the U.S. suffers a stroke every 40 seconds and nearly 795,000 people suffer a new or recurrent stroke each year.

FAU First Lady Carolyn Kelly Honored With Service Award

Florida Atlantic University’s Board of Trustees has awarded FAU First Lady Carolyn Kelly with this year’s BOT Service Award. This award recognizes friends of the University who contribute their time and expertise to FAU through sustained and exemplary service. “As first lady of Florida Atlantic University, Carolyn Kelly tirelessly represents FAU in the community with the overarching goal of uniting the strengths of the university with the South Florida region and beyond,” said Anthony Barbar, chair of FAU’s BOT. “She has made it her mission to create economic partnerships for FAU through building relationships with business leaders, elected officials, nonprofit organizations, donors and the community-at-large. We are proud to present her with this award.” Since coming to FAU in May 2014, Kelly has helped to raise significant funds for student scholarships through the Kelly Family Scholarship Fund and the Kelly/Strul Emerging Scholars

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Florida Atlantic University’s Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, in partnership with Barb Schmidt, recently launched a program for high school students titled “The Barb Schmidt Fellowship: Cultivating Community Involvement, Activism and Social Change.” Students can apply for the fellowship and earn six FAU credits through weekend workshops and activities during the 2018-19 school year. There is also a $1,000 stipend for participants who successfully complete both semesters. Students must submit a completed application and two written recommendations (at least one from a teacher) by Friday, June 15. The goal of the program is to provide student leaders with a platform to develop the skills and knowledge needed to initiate, execute and sustain a social movement through peer mentorship and workshops led by social influencers and FAU faculty. Students will learn key professional and technical skills from experts in news media analysis, design of social movements, social and digital media advocacy, presentation sills, fundraising and nonprofit organizing, video production, campaign operations and more. After exploring the workings of social movements and gaining the expertise needed, students will then work on their own project of choice, which will be presented at the end of the fellowship and launched as a real intervention related to the project’s goals. The fellowship is open to students who have completed their freshman year of high school and who have a 3.0 grade point average or higher. Students also need to be living in Palm Beach or Broward counties and qualify for dual-enrollment at FAU. Thirty students will be accepted into the program. “We have all been inspired by what youth leaders are doing to make our world a better place. We want to support the work being done by facilitating students’ growth in community engagement and social change efforts,” said Michael Horswell, Ph.D., dean of FAU’s Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters. “Becoming a Barb

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Schmidt Fellow will help students gain essential skills for successful organizing, foster partnerships through networking with other activists, university faculty and community leaders, and enable the launch of multiple projects for the benefit of our communities.” During the fall semester, participants will attend class two Saturdays per month from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at FAU. Fellows will explore the dynamics of creating, developing, and sustaining social movements through peer-topeer and student-to-faculty interactive workshops designed to be a platform for student-driven activism and engagement. Grounding this experience will be the introduction to and practice of mindfulness techniques to ensure the self-care and sustainability required for successful social movement work. Each participant is expected to use the fall classes to develop a project proposal, in consultation and guidance with faculty. During the spring semester, fellows will attend class one Saturday per month from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at FAU. Students will work individually or in teams to design and implement their service-learning project. They will create a project portfolio to include all aspects of social movement development and implementation and prepare it for launch at the end of the semester. "This fellowship was created to honor and support local students as they create positive change,” said Schmidt. “They are the future, and we need to support them in every way we can." A practitioner of mindfulness and meditation for more than 30 years, Schmidt is the author of the internationally bestselling book "The Practice: Simple Tools for Managing Stress, Finding Inner Peace, and Uncovering Happiness” and founder of the nonprofit organization Peaceful Mind Peaceful Life. Her mission is to bring mindfulness teachings to the community in the belief that outer peace begins through inner peace. She has been on more than 100 retreats and studied with teachers around the world, including the Dalai Lama. May 18 - May 24, 2018


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BocaLead: A Great Chance to Network, Fellowship, Share, be Encouraged Given the latest buzz around town these days, I had penned my column this week on ethical leadership. But after having lunch at Boca Raton Community Church on Thursday, I opted to shelve the piece – at least for a week or so. Each month, on the first Thursday, more than 400 businessmen and women – young and old – meet in the church’s fellowship hall for lunch. But this is not your typical luncheon. At BocaLead, as the forum is aptly called, Pastor Bill Mitchell teaches how to apply biblical principles in our workplaces. Mitchell has tackled topics such as “Focus on the Future,” “Lead by Example,” and “The Heart of a Leader.” Attendees are given pens and handouts for notetaking. Most of us leave with a few principles to help nurture and rejuvenate our professional and spiritual lives. While lots of networking take place at BocaLead, this is not a Christian yellow pages or a Christian networking. There are no sales pitches. In fact, the pro-

gram is sponsored through the many businesses that buy tables for $85 and invite guests or their employees, and individuals who pay the $12 cover. The monthly staple has been sold out several times this year. It has also been duplicated in Broward County. LauderdaleLead began last September at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church. Not bad for a program that began in 2013 as a four-month trial program for 25 fellow business leaders to help them raise the bar of ethical leadership in the city through mentoring. A businessman for 25 years, Mitchell has a knack for simplifying the bible so that even a heathen will find it encouraging and unobtrusive. His presentations are nothing like his Sunday messages. Local businessman John Barbar serves as the master of ceremonies and kicks off each session. Mitchell works hard to ensure each presentation is relevant to our daily living and often infuses props to convey his points. A classic example was Thursday

when he delved into a topic that was so appropriate – How to lead when you are not the boss. He told how a Chick-fil-A franchisee in Georgia went beyond the company’s grain and sold milkshakes, which ultimately was adopted companywide. For several years the management of the fast food chain was against selling milkshakes because they could not make it in the required time to maintain their reputation of preparing food in a specified time. Unbeknownst to corporate executives, an out-of-the-box thinking franchise owner bought ice cream, all the other milkshake ingredients, and a machine. He did the unimaginable and before long, customers were bypassing Chick-fil-A stores to go to his store to buy their milkshakes. When corporate execs got word of the franchise’s business practice, the senior vice president of operations paid him a visit. The franchise owner challenged the executive to make two drinks in a faster time than he would make his milkshake

and the vice president lost. Thus started the practice of the company selling shakes. The moral of Mitchell’s story was that great leaders challenge up with the best motives, they are keenly aware of what the boss is most interested in, they know what is core and what is peripheral and they challenge quietly but they are not silent. To the surprise of many and in Mitchell’s creative spirit, as he wrapped up his presentation the staff brought out enough milkshakes for several high school students who were in attendance. He also announced that the adults could redeem their handouts at the Chick-fil-A in the Towne Center Mall for a vanilla or chocolate shake throughout the month of May. I am not surprised by the generosity of operator Paul Kiedis and his team. They are very supportive of community events and epitomize the philanthropic spirit of founder Truett Cathy’s dedication to making a difference in the lives of youth.

POSITIVE LIVING By Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr.

Keeping Your Word! As my years advance, I increasingly observe that many members of society have no clue regarding what a conversation is all about. Many think that just talking aloud to whomever may be around constitutes a conversation, no matter how loudly they may speak, how poorly they may pronounce their words, and regardless of what surrounding noises may prevail at the time. Whoever wishes to engage one or more persons into a conversation, needs first to call the attention of one or more individuals they desire to address. The timing must be right, the location must be adequate, the level of

noises around must be minimal, and the possibility of frequent interruptions should be non-existent, for as long as the exchange is to occur! Regardless of the subject matter one is to engage in, it should not be intimidating. On the contrary, it must be positive even if some unpleasantness may be part of the conversation. The initiator is responsible for finding the best time, the adequate location, and the best approach for such engagement! Many such encounters become disastrous even before they actually start. The one or more participants must be asked (not demanded) if they

can be present; none of them should be intimidated, offended, or put down. No sane person will ever consent to engage in conversations intended to humiliate or be taken undue advantage of! Conversations whose subject is one complaint after another, both of the one engaged in it, or about somebody else not present, can accomplish nothing other than one’s determination never again to consent to similar gatherings which, from the beginning, are pathetically unproductive! Sadly, there are several individuals who by nature are unforgiving of others, and desire to seek revenge

through intimidation and by adding more fuel to the fire of contention. Regardless of how many times they act in this fashion, they fail to comprehend the utter futility of that approach, and the need to seek a positive posture and proactive, sound outlook. Short of that, stemming from a sincere heart, nothing will ever be achieved. People should not engage in conversations which, from the outset, manifest a corroded attitude that can only lead into an inevitably failing outcome!

Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr. is a Florida resident who, for many years, was a professor at the post-graduate level. He is a writer, a sought-after conference speaker, a man who lived in five continents of the world, having received his education in four of them. When he resided in southern California, he wrote a weekly column for the daily “Anaheim Bulletin,” which was carried for about six years, until he moved to south Florida.

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Tiger Bay Club Luncheon Steve Marks, a candidate who is running for Congress, was the speaker. He spoke about the need to address Alzheimer’s disease and how he would seek funding if elected.

An Unorthodox Marketing Strategy In the business world it seems normal to emphasize a company’s unique qualities and capacities. We try to define our “niche,” promote our strengths, and show how we differentiate from our competitors. It is less common, however, for business leaders to publicly acknowledge their weaknesses. They are either ignored or, even worse, disguised or concealed in hope that no one will recognize them. That is not always the case. One stellar example was a nationally known pizza franchise that came to the unsettling realization that many of its customers disliked the taste of the primary product – pizza. Rather than overlooking the customers’ dissatisfaction by attempting slick marketing and repackaging, the company’s CEO developed a strategy that brought a remarkable turnaround in a five-year period. This turnaround began when the company discovered through consumer focus groups what many of its customers really thought about their product, that they did not like the taste of the pizza. Understandably, this was troublesome news – especially when it is the main thing you are selling. What was unusual, however, was how the company responded. Instead of burying this information, the company ran commercials actually allowing customers to express how they thought their pizza tasted. Then, according to the esteemed business periodical, Wall Street Journal, the CEO appeared in TV commercials offering an apology along with a promise: “We hear you, America. Sometimes you know you’ve got to make a change. Please give us another try.” In recent years we have seen and heard news reports about the problems

many companies have had with products, whether in manufacturing, design, or quality. Relatively few are as forthright in admitting their failings, promising to make amends, and then taking proactive steps to follow through. In any business, mistakes happen. Sometimes deadlines are missed. We can ignore these problems, offer excuses, or address them directly by acknowledging them and taking appropriate measures to correct the issues. The Bible offers sound advice about this. Here are some examples: Being forthright is always right. Many of us have heard the saying, “your sins will find you out.” Whether it involves building cars, handling investments for others, or manufacturing food products, this is almost always true, as we regularly see in headlines and news reports. Speaking to the nation of Israel, God assured them that obedience would be rewarded. Then they were warned, “But if you will not do so, behold, you have sinned against the LORD, and be sure your sin will find you out” (Numbers 32:23). Honesty requires no apologies. Admitting failings accompanied by a plan to make necessary corrections is always preferable to seeking to hide problems and then having them exposed. “He who conceals his transgressions will not prosper, but he who confesses and forsakes them will find compassion” (Proverbs 28:13). Sometimes, as the well-known pizza company demonstrated, the best marketing strategy is to take ownership of the problem, declare it publicly, correct it, and then ask customers for a second chance.

Copyright 2018, Unconventional Business Network. Adapted with permission from “Integrity Moments with Rick Boxx,” a commentary on issues of integrity in the workplace from a Christian perspective. To learn more or to sign up for Rick’s daily Integrity Moments, visitwww.unconventionalbusiness.org. His latest book and inspiration for their ministry name, Unconventional Business, provides “Five Keys to Growing a Business God’s Way.”

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James Taylor Wows Crowd

Skipping and hoping, with his earthy and crispy voice, James Taylor gracefully performed some of his new melodies and old favorites last Saturday, May 11 at BB&T Center in Sunrise, FL. His signature silky voice was a display of storytelling delivering favorites such as; Country Road, Shower the People, Mexico, Copperline, Up on the Roof, Fire and Rain and many others. Supported by the experienced and skilled musicians of his All-Star Band, which included percussion, horns, drums, bass, guitar, sax and clarinet, violin, keyboards and backing vocals, the sounds could easily be described as pure and in complete harmony. His artistry and uplifting demeanor is evident. At times we could hear a pin drop in the arena, Taylor’s performance demands a silence that comes natural to an audience that is familiar with his music. Always a gentleman, yet Taylor is aware of his mastery and his material. He is charming and young spirited as ever. Taylor’s clean stage design and video screens backdrops was a nice complement to his performance, includ-

ing colorful display of scenic views, images of his hometown and childhood, close-ups of the musicians on stage and images of his cute puppy Ting, who he made sure to introduce to the audience. Songs like “Shower The People” ignited the crowd to a sing-along as with many others, it felt at times as if we were at a much smaller setting. It is remarkable to see how he remains so easy going as we witness him seating at the corner stage during the 20 minute intermission and make himself accessible to the fans; taking selfies and giving autographs to whomever was lucky enough to get close. He also dedicated a song to the family of victims of the parkland school shooting and held a meetand-greet with the families after the show. Taylor has sold more than 100 million albums and has been awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2015. He has won 5 Grammy awards and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2000. If you have chance to attend his show, its one not to be missed.

Boca Raton Regional Hospital Appoints New COO

Boca Raton Regional Hospital (BRRH) announces the appointment of Mindy Shikiar, MBA, MSN as Chief Operating Officer for the organization. Ms. Shikiar replaces Karen Poole, who retired from the position earlier this month. A seasoned and accomplished healthcare executive, Ms. Shikiar joined Boca Regional in 2003 and has served in various leadership positions including Vice President of Oncology Services, Ambulatory Services and Business Development. During her tenure she has had oversight of major programmatic and facility expansions at Boca Regional’s Eugene M. & Christine E. Lynn Cancer Institute, Christine E. Lynn Women’s Health and Wellness Institute and Gloria Drummond Physical Rehabilitation Institute. Prior to joining BRRH, Ms. Shikiar served as Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer at Kindred/Ven-

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cor Hospital, a long-term acute care facility in Fort Lauderdale. Her 35-year career in healthcare is comprised of numerous nursing industry positions including that of Nurse Manager, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Director of Quality and Case Management. Ms. Shikiar received her bachelor of science in nursing from Boston University and both her master in business administration and her master of science in nursing from the University of Miami. “We are enthused over Mindy’s transition to Chief Operating Officer,” said Jerry Fedele, President and CEO at Boca Raton Regional Hospital. “Her experience and skill set are ideally suited for this important role within our organization. Her leadership will be instrumental as we continue to enhance our position as a preeminent, academic medical center in the region.”

“Honor you Doctor” Luncheon Raises over $90,000 for Medical and Nursing Students

District Governor Dave Freudenberg, Janice Williams, Helen Babione, Terri Wescott, Alan Kaye, Jon Kaye Raising funds of more than $90,000 for medical, nursing and health related scholarships, this year’s 20th Annual Honor Your Luncheon (HYDL) presented by the Rotary Club Downtown Boca Raton (RCDBR) recognized more than 160 physicians and medical professionals. Attended by 300 healthcare, community and civic leaders, the HYDL each year funds the Helen M. Babione Medical Scholarship that benefits medical, nursing and health related students attending four local universities: Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine at FAU, Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing at FAU, Lynn University and Palm Beach State College. While each nominated physician and medical professional received an appreciation award, Dermatologist Dr. Eli Cohen was recognized as the 2018 HYD Doctor of Distinction for generating the most nomination votes from patients and the community-at-large. He was presented a brass and wood clock with an engraved plaque as City of Boca Raton Mayor Susan Haynie proclaimed March 28, 2018 as Dr. Eli Cohen Day in the city. Special recognition was given to the doctors of two Broward Health Hospitals who cared for those injured in the tragic shooting on February 14, 2018 at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. Dr. Ivan Puente who accepted on behalf of Broward Health stated, “We hope that there will never be another event like the one that occurred at Stoneman Douglas, but we know that if it does occur, we are prepared to handle it.” The program featured remarks from four medical and nursing student scholarship recipients: Florence Xiong first year medical student from FAU Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine; Rivka Averbuhk, Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing; Barbara Wisinski, a senior at Lynn University; Patricia Louis, first-year medical student at Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine.

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This year’s HYDL was co-chaired by Alan Kaye and Janice Williams. Honorary Chair was Helen Babione and the Honorary Physician Advisor was Dr. Jeffrey Stein who was the 2017 Doctor of Distinction. This years “Honor Your Doctor” luncheon committee included; Deborah Freudenberg, Ingrid Fulmer, Gary Hickory, Gloria Hosh, Dr. Allen Konis, Lori-Ann Konis, Brian Long, Michelle McLean-Bailey, Bill Miller, Lynda Palmer, Linda Petrakis, Dr. Ron Rubin, Jeff Weber, Dr. Linsey Willis, and Marilyn Wilson. “We are so pleased that the Rotary Club Downtown Boca Raton has again raised the bar for this very special event. The “Honor Your Doctor Luncheon” has become an annual tradition to celebrate many of Boca Raton’s community leaders, medical community and philanthropists” said Event Co-Chair, Alan Kaye. “It is so gratifying to see the wonderful physicians and medical professionals in our community recognized by their patients and peers.” The public was invited to nominate their favorite doctor via an online and mail-in nomination form. All nominees were invited to a champagne pre-luncheon reception and the luncheon as a guest of the Rotary Club Downtown Boca Raton. “This event was the brainchild of Helen Babione 20 years ago when she was President of the GFWC Boca Raton Woman’s Club. The luncheon raises funds for deserving students to attend our local universities, and at the same time, recognize the efforts of our growing medical community and encourages these students to remain in practice here in Boca Raton by engaging them from the very beginning in the community”, said event Co-Chair Janice Williams. “We are so fortunate to have such a long roster of revered and respected healthcare professionals in our community who enhance and save lives every day of the year.” Janice Williams has served as HYDL chair, co-chair and advisor for 18 years.


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Rotary Club Boca Raton West Announces Essay Winners The Rotary Club of Boca Raton West held their award party for the Dictionary Project Essay Contest on Thursday, April 5th at Restaurant Brazil in Boca Raton. For the past 6 years, The Rotary Club Boca Raton West has been actively engaged in helping third graders

to improve their literacy, by providing dictionaries to all the third graders in the following three local schools: Coral Sunset, Del Prado and Waters Edge. The dictionary project begins every year around the month of October, with Rotary Club members going to the schools and speaking to the kids about

Rotary in the community, as well as the importance of dictionaries, and the essay contest that they will participate in. This year the students were given an opportunity to write an essay on soccer. The Boca Raton Tribune, Ultimate Soccer Store and Boca Raton Football Club sponsored the project.

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Thirteen student from the three schools qualified for the award ceremony and the first place student from each school received a Tablet. Below are the winning essays and photos of the event.

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sports Despite Valiant Effort Boca Raton Dorrian, Beltran Garner NCBWA FC Falls 2-1 to Jacksonville All-South Region Honors for Lynn Armada Baseball

BOCA RATON, FL— Despite a strong team performance, Boca Raton Football Club fell to visiting Jacksonville Armada 2-1 at Atlantic High School on Saturday evening. The game got off to a slow start as the Armada scored a goal within the first minute when the Armada’s Derek Gebhard earned an early free kick outside of the box and Alhassane Keita stepped up to take it. Keita’s shot went right over the Boca Raton FC wall and into the net to put the Armada on the board. However, despite the early goal, Boca Raton FC keep pushing for the equalizer and played toe-to-toe with the Armada. 10 minutes later Boca Raton got its breakthrough as newcomer Gabriel Diniz sent a pass into the Armada box to Carlos Meneses who rifled the ball into the top right-hand corner of the net from 8 yards out to equalize the game. Boca settled into the game nicely from this point on having good spells of possession and putting pressure on the Armada defense. The first half continued to see both sides have chances on each end of the pitch. At the 35 minute mark, a questionable penalty was called for the Armada as Boca Raton FC appeared to have fouled outside the left side of the box. Keita, converted the penalty to grab his second goal of the game. With the lead Jacksonville continued to force some

great saves from the goalkeeper, Octavio Venegas. “After we equalized the game we said to each other that we can battle with these guys [Jacksonville Armada],” said forward Alex Norton. “We had great opportunities but were unable to convert, we are just now starting to get comfortable with each other and we will continue to make big strides this season.” In the early stages of the second half, Jacksonville amped up the pressure against the Boca Raton defense, who collectively stayed strong as a unit at the back. Venegas made a great save in the 53rd minute, denying Jacksonville a free header on the edge of a six-yard box. Boca Raton FC nearly tied the game again in the 60th minute when Meneses fired a rocket just over the bar with an audacious effort from 25 yards out. Boca Raton continued to put good pressure on the Armada and keeping procession of the ball pretty equal on both sides. Despite Boca Raton forcing Jacksonville to play defensively as they worked their hardest to tie the game up, they were unable to close the one-goal gap and had to settle for a 2-1 loss. Boca Raton’s next match versus Miami FC 2 has been postponed due to Miami’s advancement in the U.S. Open Cup, making the next Boca Raton FC game Saturday, May 19 as they take on Naples United at Atlantic High School.

Postseason accolades continue to roll in for the Lynn University baseball program, as Patrick Dorrian and Rigo Beltran were named National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) AllSouth Region honorees on Thursday morning. Dorrian was First-Team All-Region, while Beltran earned an All-Region Honorable Mention nod as a starting pitcher. The announcement comes just one day after Dorrian was named the Sunshine State Conference Player of the Year and First-Team All-SSC, while Beltran earned a spot on the SSC's second team. It marks the seventh consecutive season that the Fighting Knights have had at least one NCBWA All-Region selection, and the third straight year that at least two players have appeared on the NCBWA All-Region list. Dorrian, who was an NCBWA Preseason All-Region selection, finished the season ranked inside the SSC's topfive in batting average (.394), slugging percentage (.798), hits (74), on-base percentage (.471), runs batted in (57), triples (6) and home runs (17). He led the SSC with 160 assists in the field while posting a .943 fielding percentage.He finished the year ranked top-10 in the nation in slugging percentage and total bases (150) while ranking top-25 in home runs and triples. The shortstop paced the Blue and White's offense all season long, reaching base via hit, walk or hit-bypitch in each of his 49 games played. He

ended the 2017 season with a seven-game reached-base streak, giving him a total of 56 consecutive games reaching base safely— the longest streak on record in the SSC's illustrious history. He finished his career on Lynn's all-time leaderboards in batting average (.382, fifth), triples (8, fifth), home runs (26, seventh), slugging percentage (.685, second), on-base percentage (.459, eighth) and assists (306, seventh). Beltran bounced back from an injury-shortened 2017 season with a career-best year in 2018. The southpaw delivered eight quality starts of 6.0 innings or more with three or less earned runs allowed. He racked up 87.2 innings with 87 strikeouts and just 30 walks. His 3.18 earned-run average was the lowest on the team, and he had a team-leading six wins. The senior got off to a hot start on the season, winning each of his first five decisions. He turned in six outings of 7.0 innings or more, and struck out seven or more batters in eight of his 14 starts. Beltran saved his best outing of the season for his final game in the Blue and White, working a career-high 8.0 innings and striking out 10 on the road against Palm Beach Atlantic. Delta State's Zack Shannon was named South Region Player of the Year, while Tampa's David Lebron claimed South Region Pitcher of the Year honors and his head coach was named the South Region Coach of the Year.

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Congregation Shirat Shalom PO Box 971142 Boca Raton, FL 33497 Services at Olympic Heights High School 561-488-8079 Website: www.shiratshalom.org

MOVING SALE - furniture, tools, and lots more. Just about Antique oak sideboard $300., Solid wood bookcase $100., Flat screen TV w/ wood swivel stand $150. email kmill234@yahoo.com

Boca Glades Baptist Church 10101 Judge Winikoff Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33428 561-483-4228 Website: www.bocaglades.org

Coffee Glass Bevelled table with metal tan sides in perfect condition 42 inches by 42 inches and 18 inches tall, $125 call or text, 561 239 0891.

Advent Lutheran Church and School 300 E. Yamato Road Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-395-3632 Website: www.adventboca.org

Atlas Party Rental is looking for drivers. Need valid drivers license. Class B CDL drivers preferable. Resumes to triordan@beaconfirm.com.

Revival Life Church 4301 Oak Circle Suite 11 Boca Raton, FL 33431 Services at Don Estridge Middle School 561-450-8555 Website: www.revivallifechurch.org

Local Title Insurance Company seeks sales representative. Great earning potential. Send resume to: rick@homeguardiantitle.com.

Grace Community Church 600 W. Camino Real Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-395-2811 Website: www.graceboca.org

NOW HIRING JET’S PIZZA, BOCA RATON Pizza makers, delivery drivers, etc. E-mail your resume: pizzaguysbocaraton@gmail.com

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Boca Raton 2601 St. Andrews Boca Raton, FL 33434 561-482-2001 Website: www.uufbr.org

All aspects of Web Development and photography. Hiring Part-Time Banquet Servers. Deerfield Beach location. Call 954-421-5070

Saint Joan of Arc Catholic Church 370 SW 3rd St. Boca Raton, FL 33432 Website: www.stjoan.org

It is time to remodel your house, DECORWAVE,FL offers Interior Design solutions; we create beautiful and functional spaces and custom-made window draperies. Please, contact us to our email info@decorwavefl.com

St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church 100 NE Mizner Blvd Boca Raton, FL 33432 561-395-8285 Website: stgregorysepiscopal.org

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