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13th Annual Juried Fine Art And Fine Craft Show Wellington Amphitheater 12100 W. Forest Hill Blvd. Wellington, Florida

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In e for the in 2019 with much the same the addition to an objective plant maintaining of we can work on the utility side, a premium standard do the study evaluation of living while analysis quality of life further improving lines of the utility system and for water and sewer lines “We want to residents. throughout continue focusing the village,” Barnes on the day-to-da explained. “We can y operations of village maintena the replacem identify areas that improvements, nce and capital process ent, going through need that of evaluatin time continue but at the same ing g and makcondition assessmen ties, schedule to get new ameni- existing lines that are ts of the hopefully get new activities and and in place, based on the those types of resident input on recomme results great hometowoptions to keep it a replacemending projects of that, for the nt of lines.” lage Manager n,” Assistant VilTown-Crier thisJim Barnes told the of Mayor Anne Gerwig is proud the many activities week. Day-to-day operation and s include done for the enjoyment events existing resources lington residents. of Welcilities that will and existing fa“There’s going including addinghave new features, same to be more of and maintaini great hometown the roads ng and sidewalks PHOTO BY CALLIE events,” she SHARKEY/TOW , parks and said. “We have the amphithe other facilities N-CRIER programm maintaining , assessing and lakeside ing that is ongoing, ater structure, andthe existing infra- successfuevents will continue, the l Bacon & Bourbon the replacement recommending a event process. Historical Society Fest will be returning, “We are in By M. Dennis and several craft beer events Welcomes The Taylor event of a good shape in the are in the works.” Town-Crier storm event,” Gerwig invited New Year Staff Report Barnes, who At Wellington “The architect said check residents to With several National lington’s annualnoted that Wel- online out the events calendar The Wellingto existing projects gether some ideas,is putting to- projects… just adding more Money-wise, goes on every paving program events at www.wellingtonfl.g ety celebrate n Historical Soci- tion, finished or nearing comple- space for offices these are quality probably our year to d the start of ov/ Royal Palm Beach to see the latest showing where and rental space, going two biggest projects with its inaugura 2019 of roads and improve the what’s going about we can expand,” forward, other basic l New Year’s can expect several new residents Liggins added. infrastructure on in the communi Eve Bash on starts this year.” and the planning improvements in the planning in Barnes the Monday, ty. “These communi gave presente will Those capital Dec. 31 ment at the Wellingto more ty. Liggins improvements about upcoming local specifics stages during and develop- planning d to the council at be n National Golf Club. The evening a lage has also noted that the vil- include building new 2019, session in April. “Existing events activities. a continuing infrastrucfeatured a officials told the Town-Crivillage lowing that, gourmet dinner Fol- ing services will continue, goal of keep- ture to continue to provide such as the schedule week. based er this on and ficient, estimates and budget, dancing, raising money of concerts “We have up and taxes down. federal quality service and ef- at the amphithe we’ll go down While the newly for the new ater, and we meet lington Historica the budget our goal to balance Wel- and expanded standards. For renovated path of having some public will l Society. example, have three or four of the family meetings on Royal Palm input said. with no tax increase,” the the village is currently Cultural it.” Beach fun he ing new, construct- days in the first quarter,” Mayor Fred Page 7 Village Center has just opened, modern “There he said. Manager and wastewat water treatment festival, is Brewfest, a craft these major Pinto agreed that willIn other projects, the already looking Ray Liggins is discussed council er treatment initiatives will beer be plants Pop-Up in February; a four-day forward to the be strategy having a communication concurrently. and community’s Biergarten in coming year, decided over the village’s meeting soon, with next “They March; and hopefully with “The two new major upgrades. the and have are $17 million each the Bacon & Bourbon web site plenty plan event will be held again ing to have an things that are go- of public input. review processand electronic years,” been in the planning in March as well.” He said that for Vice being updated and enhanced in the village impact on residents ward Drahos believes he hos said. “AllMayor Michael Dra- activities . that the social to discussingis looking forfuture are the for years into the the “Some of the the future of are an important and accountedthe money is saved the plans for the remodel Royal Palm Beach other things and expansion part of for village’s lifestyle. that fund. Recreation we put a lot of effort into of the recreation Center in April. It is possiblyin the utilities have a communi “They really continue to put and will initiative center and potentially our biggest of effort into in These large for 2019.” village hall,” is to work toward Liggins said. the strengthsty feel and are one 2019 the beginning projects are just in major Both are major of Wellingto making our four stages. These projects projects, Barnes he said. n,” communi said. “We’re in the early stages at Commons ty events, all held point of discussionwill be a major get“There’s no money in One project Park, for it yet,” Liggins the bud- they of for the Royal Palm Beach See WELLINthat might come are,” Liggins even better than stressed. “What’s Village Council GTON, page year. These are the said. this adding new is the concept 4 Seafood of Fest event to and held in the Fest/West facilities. They remodeling both Fourth are very significan of July celebratiospring, the t n, the Fall See ROYAL PALM, page 4 Beach County iff’s Office is Shering K9 Cigo,not alone in mournofficer killed the first ever K9 in the line of in Palm Beach duty the commun County. Inviting the fallen K9,ity to help honor rial service a public memofor Cigo will place on Thursday take , Jan. 10 the Coral Sky Amphitheater at the South Florida at Fairgrounds. The 2019 high-goa Page 3 l polo season’s to an exciting opening day in the Herbie start on Sunday, Dec. at the Internatio 30 Pennell Cup to amazing sports final. From with Dutta Corp claiming nal Polo Club Palm Beach got off Johanna Klausen, cars, the event wasice cream and champag an 11-10 victory over a day for all ne during the Patagones Mary Bryant ages to enjoy. half-time divot McCourt, Lucine stomp Dadrian and Shown above, Christine MORE PHOTOS Wheeler, , PAGE 10 Helene Siegel enjoy tailgating .

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Rising By Ron Holiday Tournam Stars Town-Crier Bukley Staff Report ent “I’m looking On Thursda Indian Trail completion of forward to the an Friday, Dec. y, Dec. 27 and trict Improvement Indian Acreage Ridge High 28, the Seminole 2019 will see greater focusDis- nity Park and moving Commu- all the Trail unit and turn easements related over on the implemen in the forward ketball team School girls bas- programs tation of withnext phase of improvem into South Florida to the that have Water Managem Rising Stars competed in the put ents respect to horse ent in place in recentalready been calming trails, traffic District permit to ITID.” Tournament Athletics Holiday and years. ITID Manager Betty Argue, and made school she said. “We the R3 road plan,” who history by winning president have a public was promotedRob Robinson, the cham- ITID Board of Superviso of the ing, and notificatio pionship 61-38 hearlast the district is ns have been director of operations year from in good shapers, said sent out.” Beach Central against Palm cially, and maintenance, is doing and the board will finana great job learning Sixteen teams High School. trate concen- to The R3 plan, which is designed the administrative on working improve general divisions. Pagecompeted in two adding that he role, Argue said, “I keep sayingmore efficiently. will purpose 19 has put together to stay the course that we have shopbe discussed in a special roads, good team to focus work- of the on Jan. 31. on the prioritiesa on the drainage with our focus district. DEPARTMENT The district is infrastruc Argue told “He also working INDEX the Town-Cr ture,” Santa Rosa Groves with putting has been really good about NEWS ............... Wednesd ier on together the right NEWS BRIEFS ............... 3 - 18 stepping ay. “We’re going to be rural neighborhood to make that to get the an activated job done,” Arguepeople up our lobbying ........................ unit, so ITID PEOPLE ............... “I’m really happy relating to water can said. effort ................... 7 and drainage projects drainage issues that help resolve looking with that. I’m SCHOOLS ............... 8 going forward arose during BUSINESS ............................... 9 restoratio after funding for canal severe rains last spring. lead the district to his ability to “We’re having where the board COLUMNS ............... ............. 15 make the n, as well as trying to another pub- is wanting to go.” lic informati CALENDAR ............................ 16 that all district more efficient, so of our resources residents of on meeting for the ingITID is also working on ............ 18 productiv SPORTS ............... are being on Santa its water storage increase.” ......... 19 Jan. 8 to answer Rosa Groves which CLASSIFIEDS Argue believes will be discussed capacity, ............... 21 - 20 because the HOA any questions, workshop that the district at a special - 22 well on its CAFCI hosted is having is to ask the in Visit Us On The way landowners,” a vote wanted to set January. “I really were implemen toward goals that said. Dec. 31 at its 29th annual New Year’s Web At WWW.GOTOWNCR up a workshop Argue the ted in recent years. “They’re Center with the newly renovated Royal Eve Gala on Monday, new board members with IER.COM dents if they asking the resi- comprehe dinner and a Palm Beach to want to activate Mike kept the get midnight champag a nsive presentati Cultural as on and a 50/50 raffle party going while guests ne toast. DJ Mighty See ITID, page and more. enjoyed door Martin and 4 prizes, Junette Powell.Shown above are Winsome MORE PHOTOS, GenusPAGE 5 By Ron Town-Crier Bukley Staff Report going to be The Town more rock realputting down much it’s Groves has a of Loxahat chee soon.” a good thing number of challenge Funding they sold in 2019, including s bination will be through a com- been continual repairs.” it. It has repairs, assuming of the gas for a new manager Replacing the search tax money, district it passes,” Unequipment will derwood said. “We’re or manage- funds and the general ment company, going to try why we need a new mower, fund, Un- be slow, he said, since to get another derwood said. maintaining keep the berms the town because currently does tractor for mowing improving and mowed so theyis to infrastru not “We’ve have we’ve be the cture, complete to re-establishing used,” Underwo ability with take out loans had can and dozen d roughly a for more than the large and some issues mailed od said. “We months. ship with the a working relation- and catch basins on the out to all of the 36 tors.” smaller tracPalm Beach roads, we’re continuin landowners where they abut Sheriff’s Office. There is also County gram,” Other plans the berm advising a charter question Underwood g that pro- on the March them Town Manager said. “Hopetrading in the include selling or up, that they were being fully, opened voters if they referendum asking tor. long-reach excavatold the Town-Cri Bill Underwood done we’ll try to get more than and if they want that this year, so er this week issue, that they had a concern or his immediat the roads drain allow a loan for up the town to “We’re going e focus is on that well. We’ve done to 10 years in Thus far, we’veshould contact us. order to structure issues. to swap that infra- to the a had out canal banks lot of repairs funds to provide 50-50 matching for other equipmen “We’re moving where they’re t because it dozen folks [respond].”less than a residents who really doesn’t sloughing off.” want roads paved. fit The getting a grader,” forward with A policy was their hatchee Groves,”very well in Loxa- search council will continue proved for residents got three good he said. “We’ve thatUnderwood said the equipmen he said. “Most apfor a new manager its the town inherited of managem t road improvem to apply for the berms are too narrow.” operators withemployees who are LGWCD or ent The town will ents with required a lot from the match, but town, which company to run the Groves Water the Loxahatchee began with the of repairs. the companio a 50-50 its equestrian continue work on of “It Control was not endum item n refer- recently trail system, an assistant manager hiring We’ve patched District. working very failed the which well,” a lot of potholes. Underwood said. and district We’ve laid a “If the equip- was on the ballot, so first time it LGWCD opened up due to the engineer. ment they sold lot of rock, and ’s acquisition the town is trying again. “A manager was worse we’re equipmen of ownership of canal t we have, then than the in next week,” search firm comes easement “We’ll see how I guess we’ll Underwood that goes, and district merged with s before the “We’ll see said. be able to do where “We’ve opened the town. some road Underwood saidthat goes.” all the gates, and one of our the major issue will be whether issues, which a new manager is See LOX GROVE or S, page 18

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The Wellington Art Society greatly appreciates the support of our Sponsors

A special thank you to everyone on the Art Fest on the Green Committee and Volunteers.

Art Fest Chair Leslie Pfeiffer ART FEST ON THE GREEN COMMITTEE AND VOLUNTEERS Stacey Jones Ricardo Jimenez Robin Kasten Joanne Knoetgen Marie Lentine Joanne MacLeod Helene McLaughlin Kathy Morlock Susan Mosely Chris Mosquera

Randy Pfeiffer Shelly Snyder Bobbin Salisbury Karen Smith Raymonde Talleyrand Buu Truong Geraldine Weinert Melissa Ulrich Weisz Jo-Ann & Doug Wolf

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wellIngton art socIety Did you know that Art Fest on the Green raises money for student scholarships? In fact, ALL Wellington Art Society meetings and events raise money for our Student Scholarship Fund! In the past 13 years, we have given out over $90,000 in college scholarships to creative and talented students pursuing a visual arts degree, and in 2018 we gave out a record $10,500! This year we plan to give out even more. To make a donation, stop by the Wellington Art Society tent or go on line at www.wellingtonartsociety.org and click on the DONATE tab. • Are you a business owner? • Do you work for a corporation that invests in local community efforts? • Are you someone who cares about the future of art and artists?

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Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to the Wellington Art Society! If you are a local business or corporation interested in supporting the Wellington Art Society Student Scholarship Fund, please contact: Lynn Doyal, Chairperson at: LynnMDoyal@gmail.com Wellington Art Society, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) organization and contributions are deductible to the extent of federal law; Tax ID #20-2246485 22 • 13th Annual Juried Fine Art & Fine Craft Show


student scholarshIps 2018 Wellington Art Society Scholarship Recipients

Scholarship recipients with Lynne Doyal, Wellington Art Society Scholarship Committee Chair.

Buu Truong with “Ready for Summer,” a work in oil and acrylic.

Bailey Maher and “Don’t Tap the Glass” (left), artwork in acrylic and watercolor.

Alice Moldavskaya made a runway dress from paper and fabric.

Kendall Harrow with “Sneakers” and “Morning.”

Yuxuan Zheng and her lighted shadow box surreal art with Jack Rosen of CJR Fine Arts & Frame.

Shalin Berman with “Going Places.”

Jingyi Ling with her artwork “The Bride.”

Attention Palm Beach County high school seniors living in Palm Beach County! If you will be pursuing an arts related college degree and want to apply for our scholarships contact: LynnMDoyal@gmail.com PHOTOS BY DENISE FLEISCHMAN/TOWN-CRIER

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Jimmy Zhu with “Grid House” and a photo of his other architectural pieces.


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It is our mission to provide social gatherings of women with fun and philanthropy on their minds! Our Club supports the YWCA Harmony House, a shelter for abused women and their children, with material and monetary donations. The Women of the Western Communities is proud to provide scholarships annually to local high school seniors to continue their education.

Facebook @ womenofthewesterncommunities | mair.armandl@gmail.com | (561) 635-0011 Join us for our monthly meetings, typically the first Thursday of each month. Please contact us for information on joining our fabulous organization or to donate items.

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Delicate Touch Our boutique practice is the premier place to receive comprehensive periodontal (gum) and implant related dentistry.

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Dental Cleanings Dental Implants Extractions Gum Disease Treatment Sinus Lift Bone Grafting Crown Lengthening

As a Board Certified Periodontist & Implant Surgeon, Dr. Delica’s extensive training and experience with a broad range of cases makes her an excellent choice for your oral health care. From basic preventative care right up to advanced procedures, we can be your launching pad to the smile you have dreamed for. And it is all done with a delicate touch! We look forward to meeting you and helping you have your best smile yet! Dr. Delica, DMD, MPH

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W.A.S Art Gallery at City Hall

W.A.S. Art Exhibitions at the

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Wellington Community Center

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www.wellingtonartsociety.org

The Wellington Art Society has grown to over 100 members-artists and art enthusiasts. WAS provides a platform for artists of all mediums to share their work, learn more about their craft and serve the community through their art.

www.wellingtonartsociety.org for more information contact

Carolina King, President 561-248-6737

Leslie Pfeiffer, Development Director 561-632-3677

Wellington Community Center 12150 W. Forest Hill Blvd Wellington, FL 33414

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Join us and be inspired at our monthly meetings where we host artist demonstrations on the second Wednesday of each month at 6:30 at the


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Coming up at the

Amphitheater

FEBRUARY

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Small Foot (PG) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 PM The Screaming Orphans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 PM The King’s Academy—Broadway Theme . . . . . 6:30 PM Three Dog Night Tribute by CELEBRATE . . . . 7:30 PM Boston Tribute by SMOKIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00 PM Billy Joel Tribute by Turnstiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00 PM Brew Fest* ** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 PM – 7 PM Foreigner Tribute by 4NR2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00 PM Dreams — Crystal Visions of Fleetwood Mac . . 7:00 PM Eagles Tribute by The Long Run . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00 PM Elton John Tribute by Absolute Elton . . . . . . . 7:00 PM Doo Wop Tribute by Reunion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6:30 PM

MARCH

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The Wizard of Oz (1939, PG) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 PM KISS Tribute by Kiss Alive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 PM Craft Beer Festival* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 PM – 10 PM Craft Beer Festival* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 PM – 10 PM Craft Beer Festival* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 PM – 10 PM Craft Beer Festival* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 PM – 8 PM Neil Young Tribute by Forever Young . . . . . . . 6:30 PM Wellington Idol Performances . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00 PM Wellington Idol Finals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00 PM Wellington Bacon & Bourbon Fest. . . . . . 4 PM – 10 PM Wellington Bacon & Bourbon Fest. . . . . 11 AM – 10 PM The Goodnicks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6:30 PM Ralph Breaks the Internet (PG) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 PM Barbra Streisand Tribute by Simply Streisand . . 7:30 PM

Events are FREE to attend unless otherwise noted. All events are subject to change. Please bring seating! *Admission may apply. **This event is held adjacent to the Amphitheater & Community Center.

12100 Forest Hill Blvd | (561) 753-2484 For more information on FREE Amphitheater events visit wellingtonfl.gov/Amphitheater

FOOD

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Thursdays | 5–9:30 PM February* 7, 14–16, 21–23, 28 March

14, 28

April

4, 11, 18

LIVE

MUSIC

See schedule to left for February & March concert lineup. *Tribute Music & Food Truck Festival, February 14–16, 21–23

at the Amphitheater GreenMarketatWellington.com

Saturdays | 9 am – 1 pm February March April

2, 9, 16, 23 2, 9, 16, 30 6, 13, 20, 27

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Wellington Art Society Artfest On The Green 2019  

13th Annual Juried Art and Fine Craft Show brought to you by the Wellington Art Society. Featuring painting, pottery, jewelry, textiles, Pho...

Wellington Art Society Artfest On The Green 2019  

13th Annual Juried Art and Fine Craft Show brought to you by the Wellington Art Society. Featuring painting, pottery, jewelry, textiles, Pho...