Saturday, October 25, 2014

Sunset 10-25-14

Ibis hanging out at Lakeside Point Gardens

Lantana mayor might shave off beard

This IS a BIG deal folks!!  Lantana Mayor Dave Stewart says, "If you raise $20,000 to Forgotten Soldiers Outreach by November 9, I will shave off my hair and beard."

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Boca Raton

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At last night's football game, there was discussion on how to pronounce Boca RATON.  Just like it spells...raton--sort of like Baton...Rat-on..or Ra-tone.  Here is a cute video clip.Those from that city go "nuts" when people mispronounce their city's name.

Friday Night Lights

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Although it looked like it would be bad weather all evening, we did have this glorious sky right before the game with West Boca Raton.

Former principal, Dave Cantley

Last night was Alumni Night and the school had a special treat for us in the school's cafeteria: plenty of Bud's Chicken, cole slaw (which was fabulous), hush puppies and a dessert to die for made by the kids in home economics. All these kids are so polite to all of us Senior folks. 

The Lake Worth Trojans football team won Friday's home conference game against West Boca Raton by a score of 28-7

Mascot Trojans Team Varsity 14-15 Colors Maroon, Silver, White Coach Jessie Hester Address, Overall 5-4 District 3-3, National Rank 4047, State (FL) Rank 218
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Quote of the Day - Allen West

Some time ago, President B. Hussein Obama delivered his ISIS strategy — he was adamant about not having American combat troops as part of any operation. Obama stated that the solution would be to utilize the Syrian Free Army — a group he once referred to as “fantasy” and just a bunch of “doctors, farmers, and pharmacists.”

But now there are reports that the Syrian opposition force to be recruited by the U.S. military and its coalition partners will be trained to defend territory, rather than to seize it back from the Islamic State. I read that as “whatever ISIS takes, ISIS keeps.” Am I missing something here? But it sure sounds like the Obama administration is giving ISIS a green light. Steadfast and Loyal

Allen West

Friday, October 24, 2014

Not All Aboard Rally at Lantana Inlet

Rally at The Inlet on 10/25!
 Please attend!
Florida NOT All Aboard

Congressman Patrick E. Murphy will kick off our rally at 10:00 a.m.! The Inlet will have food and drinks! Please come out and show your support so that Washington DC and Tallahassee hear us loud and clear. NO to All Aboard Florida. Go west or do not come at all!

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Muslim Day Parade in New York

This should NOT be allowed!

Paul Spain running against Lois Frankel

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Paul Spain is running against Lois Frankel in District 22. Lois is the incumbent and a Democrat. Lois favors higher taxes on the wealthy; opposes absolute right to own guns. And you can't forget when she was mayor of West Palm Beach and did not honor the vote of the people on her government center. God, it's hard to accept people like that and we have a few with the exact same mindset sitting on the dais right here in Lake Worth.

According to the website GovTrack, Frankel missed 34 of 1,081 roll call votes from January 2013 to July 2014. This amounts to 3.1 percent, which is worse than the median of 2.5 percent among current congressional representatives as of July 2014.

As Lois Frankel rates a D grade by Numbers USA on immigration, I wrote Paul Spain this morning asking him about his stand on immigration, legal and is his response:


On Immigration...I am for adhering to the law...Democrats are not! I am for closing our Borders, counting the illegals that are here, then having a legitimate discussion regarding Visa's, Work Permits, and whether any should be eligible for citizenship (after Formal Application).

Then the people of this country should Vote to determine the status of Immigrants. That's what the Constitution says under States and that is what we should follow. We count everything else in this nation and a Political Party should not override that reality.

I would appreciate your Vote

Warmest regards, Paul Spain

Clay Gallery in Lake Worth receives $51,000 grant

On Tuesday night, during public speaking at the city commission meeting, Joyce Brown announced that Clay Glass was just awarded a grant of $51,000 by the Community Foundation of Palm Beach and Martin Counties.  They had been working towards opening their studio at 216 South F Street.

Joyce says, "This will pay for scholarships for ten senior citizen low-income artists.  They will have full studio access, supplies, tools and firings in kilns.  They will also have space in the Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery.  It is hoped that at the end of one year, they will create and sell enough work to pay their future fees as well as increase their income."

Joyce also has been working on a large grant for a collaboration with the high school students in the Art Department at Lake Worth High School.  If they get that grant, they will teach these students skills, that will allow them to create a living for them and their families through the arts.

Assault on Lake Avenue

Palm Beach County Sheriff
10/23/2014 2:28:00 PM

Vote NO on FL Amendment 2 - the Pot amendment

Sad news for all those pot smoking lovers.

Read about the medical marijuana Florida Amendment 2 that is starting to go south. The recent poll also showed that 74 percent of the 25-to-34 age bracket were in favor and 56 percent of voters 60 or older were opposed.

Read about it... at the Tampa Bay Times.

Homeless man killed in Lake Worth

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Police are searching for clues to the killing of homeless man, Donald Fisk, whose body was found in the 1400 block of Lucerne Avenue.

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Early voting numbers

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Bliss amiss?

Lake Worth Lesbian who married in Vermont wants the Florida court to grant her a divorce from her partner who cheated on her. Florida law forbids recognizing the Vermont civil union, and therefore won't permit a divorce.

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Thursday, October 23, 2014

New York doctor with Ebola symptoms

Ebola is not just in Dallas.  Now a New York City doctor has been rushed to the hospital because of Ebola symptoms. He was just in Guinea...was he screened when he returned? There are so many crises going on in the world and it seems that we are a depository for a lot of it.

Per The New York Times, more than 400 health care workers in West Africa have been infected with Ebola during the current outbreak and 233 had died as of Oct. 8. The W.H.O. said that the high rates of infection among medical workers could be attributed to shortages or improper use of protective equipment; not enough medical personnel; and long working hours in isolation wards.

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