The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on March 29, 1998 · Page 34
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 34

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THE PALM BEACH POST SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1998 11B 3i w s c piNELIflE We Design, Manufacture, Finish & Install Quality Custom Cabinet Work Teens tackle smoking among peers Twenty-three students from Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast will attend the summit. 4 Variety in styling is our forte. F Beach. He was picked by his principal to attend the summit. Like Awad, he favors a graphic approach to dissuade teenagers from smoking. "We should show them people with emphysema, people who've had their voice box taken out," he said. Awad uses other tactics to try to get her father to stop puffing. "A lot of times she hides my cigarettes or my lighter," said Abe Awad, 42. "She always gives me a speech on how bad cigarettes are for you. She's like my mother." Treasure Coast are goin? to Haines City today for a four-day Governor's Teen Tobacco Summit. About 600 students from across the state will design an advertising campaign to stop children from smoking. Money from Florida's $11.3 billion tobacco settlement will pay for the program. "These were not to be cherry-picked scholars," said Manny Ruiz, a program Serving So. FL Over 20 Years 1101 53rd Ct. So WEST PALM BEACH 845-7552 J . - j TT3 Butler Awad "They're regular kids, as close to what Florida kids are like as we could get." Aaron Butler, 17, is the junior class treasurer at Cardinal Newman High School in West Palm We were the first bank to offer statewide ATMs. That kind of forward thinking has always been our strength, and always will be. We've known the value of community for over 120 years. We're not about to forget that now. We've earned a prominent place in nearly every Florida market -large or small. I CUSTOM ! pUftfllTUBE Architectural and furniture design must be compatible and yet provide for needs of a modern society. We understand the needs of seniors and work to satisfy those needs with customized packages and more. We have the flexibility, products and services to meet the changing financial needs of each customer throughout their life. 53fd 1101 S 53rd Ct N S P V w E - I FedEx S I I 45th Street I money in By Ian Trontz Palm Beach Post Staff Writer 5, Amy Awad is a daring teenager. She dares her classmates to quit smoking, admittedly to little avail. . f "I've gotten some to quit for about a month," said Awad, 15, a freshman at Atlantic High School ill TJelray Beach. They say it's too hard." That's why Awad and 22 other ;rniddle and high school students firom Palm Beach County and the ArtsFest '98 rolls out warm colors, cool jazz By Jill Taylor Palm Beach Post Staff Writer STUART One would-be Andy Warhol from Hidden Oaks Middle School displayed his rendition of the famous Campbell's 'Soup can while other budding artists swabbed thin glue over tissue paper to create a colorfu wall at Stuart's ArtsFest Saturday us like glue sticks, ex claimed 9-year-old Paul Aposil- ides as he slathered his blue pa per with the glue. This is fun! its just to get people in volved and let them express their creativity, said Kate Wood, one Of the tissue-paper supervisors . Art work from older students and professional artists is also on display at the two-day event, which wraps up this afternoon with a feature performance by the Dave Brubeck Quartet A section of East Ocean Bou levard from the courthouse to Stuart Middle School is closed during the festival with parking available behind the courthouse High school senior Amanda Mark was one of several art stu dents from Martin County High to display drawings, paintings and sculpture. Mark's drawings included an interesting study of an African woman and her baby. "I loved the proud look on her face, Mark said. In addition to the art on dis play, crafts and hands-on projects for the kids, entertainment is available at several stages throughout the day. . Food ranging from pizza to turkey legs to shrimp is also offered. The festival continues from 1 1 a.m. to 5 p.m. today. Admission is $4. FLORIDA CORPORATION INCORPORATE OVER THE PHONE ... 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