The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 4, 1997 · Page 216
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 216

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Thursday, December 4, 1997
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12E THE PALM BEACH POST THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1997 W yeluj:gto!ikoyal palm ceaciiloxaiiatchselakeco:.:?.:u?iitiS LIVING For your health Two West Palm women receive Scout's honor rCOUT Corner Florida Atlantic Region of Hadassah's Second Annual Women's Health Symposium, Dec. 7. 1-5 p.m. at PGA National Clubhouse, 1 100 Avenue of the Champions in Palm Beach Gardens; and Dec. 14, 1-5 p.m. at the South-County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road in Delray Beach. Certified physicians will discuss Osteoporosis, Perimenopausal problems and Estrogen ; replacement therapy, and - Depression; includes an audience . question and answer period. Admission is free. Call 498-1012 , for more information. The Arthritis Foundation Mid East Branch, will hold a Public Forum, Dec. 10 at 2 p.m. at Jupiter Medical Center - Health and Rehab., 1004-S. Old Dixie Hwy, Jupiter. Guest speakers will be Dr. Howard M. Busch, Rheumatologist, speaking on "Pain Management" and Dr. ." Howard M. Kalter, Psychologist, 1 speaking p "Pain Management" . To pre-register call 833-1 133 or (800) -654-1046. Past Life Regression Therapy Workshop , Dec. 13, 1-5 p.m. at the Holiday Inn, 7859 Lake Worth' ' Road, Lake Worth. Gordon Abbo, M.D. and Alan Meyers,' Ph.D. will speak on this new form of therapy for unexplained fears, emotional and physical symptoms; , relationship problems and more. Call 883-0442. Crime Prevention Officers Association President Charlie Orlando (left) presents Police Explorer Chris Filippelli with a $500 scholarship. With Filippelli is Police Explorer adviser Kevin Bonikowski. By Angel Bedinghaus Zerrt Palm Beach Post Staff Writer The highest adult award in Girl Scouting was awarded to two West Palm Beach residents at the annual Palm Glades Girl Scout Council's volunteer recognition and council meeting. Pat Lee and Diana Sumner received the Thanks Badge II Oct. 18 for their service to scouting. Both women, who have been involved in scouting for 35 and 25 years respectively, had previously received the Thanks Badge I. The highest level badge is awarded when someone's service goes significantly above and beyond the call of duty that it warrants recognition again. Lee has served as a Girl Scout Leader, is consultant and organizer for the Leo Service Unit, has worked as a council trainer for 13 years, served on the Board of Directors and as vice president for two years. Sumner, the Leo Service Unit Manager, has been a trainer for 10 years, is adult weekend director and co-directed the 1997 Wider Opportunity. Others honored at the meeting were: Lisa Turdo of Lake Worth who received a Thanks Badge I for her 30 years of service including positions as board member and council treasurer. Sharon Kohn and Barbara Beach were elected to the council nominating committee. The newly elected members will serve through June 30, 1999. 247,000 pounds of food Scouting for Food brought in 247,000 pounds of food for the annual Food for Families drive. Scouts from Tigers and up distributed bags sponsored by Florida Power & Light to homes throughout the Gulf Stream Council Nov. 8 and then picked up filled bags Nov. 15. Last year the scouts collected 184,000 pounds. Filippelli gets scholarship North Palm Beach Police Explorer Chris Filippelli received a $500 scholarship from the Palm Beach County Crime Prevention Officer's Association. A senior at Jupiter High School, Filippelli received it for his grades, community service hours and dedication and loyalty to the Explorer post. He plans to attend Palm Beach Community College in the fall. Scout Comer appears every other week in the Living section of The Palm Beach Post. For more information, contact The Living Department, The Palm Beach Post, P. O. Box 24700, West Palm Beach, Fla. 33416-4700. frw 'i n '.; .1 ; j rm !N , 11 ' JlbsaJ .W Levis JCC, 9801 Donna Klein Blvd. " - more information. Hacker. "Adding Life to your Years and '. " to your Life", Dec. 29 , 7-8:30 p.m. Speaker Dr. Alexander. West Palm Beach Planned Parenthood Of tha Palm Raarh Palm Glades Girl Scout Council President Rebecca G. Doane presents a Thanks Badge II to Pat Lee. and Treasure Coast Area, Inc. will host Seventh Annual Tradition of Choice luncheon, February 27, at the PGA Resort. Call 848-6402 for ' more information. Parenting TM Contest: ifm Win (Dinner 9 :ar Two Once JL Month, for ft'WfwUyearl sOf -tgi; J w 'up tof 50 If you are not already enjoying the benefits of being a Gusto Turner of Boca Raton; Mary Ann Paris of Boynton Beach; and Allan Stollberg and Martha Stollberg of West Palm Beach received the Council Award for their significant service to scouting. Cathy Machado of Jupiter received the Field Award and Rose Robinson of Boca Raton was awarded the Honor Pin. Dottie and Lee Martin, with daughter Lisa of West Palm Beach received the Family Award. They are long-time Girl Scouting members who helped organize the 1997 Wider Opportunity, and are involved in training and many other scouting events. Also at the meeting, new members-at-large were elected to the board. They are: Dr. Rita Aidoo, Gabriella Maria George, Leslie Wulfson Loftus and Ren-elda E. Mack of West Palm Beach; and Patricia S. Borsch of Jupiter. Senior Girl Scouts Patti Davis and Kate Richey, both juniors at Suncoast Community High School, will be the nonvoting girl members. Catherine B. Arts, Sheryl Lenz of Boca Raton, and Mary Catherine Madigan of Boynton FitLlfel Exercise Program, created by Susan Mask, designed for mothers who want to maintain fitness during and after pregnancy. The FitLife! program will show when and what types of exercises to do, using aerobics and various moderate levels of exercise. This program follows the guidelines of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologies. Classes held at the Palm Beach Gym on 10th Avenue. Call Susan at 585-7982 for more Information. Child Photo Identification and Fingerprint Kit being offered to parents and guardians by the Missing Children Awareness Foundation. Send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to Missing Children Awareness Foundation, 3141 West Hallendale Beach Blvd., Hallandale, FL 33009. "Mommy and Me", children ages 6-24 months at Temple Beth El Nursery School, 333 SW 4th Ave. Call 391-9092 to register. Gymboree Classes and play programs, for newborns to 5 years old at Gymboree, 701 Ocean Drive, Juno Beach. Activities include education, movement, music and parachute play.Call 744-3496 for more information. Life II (Lamaze Instruction and Family Education) offers ASPO-Certified childbirth preparation classes including baby care and sibling instruction at Wellington Regional Medical Center, Columbia JFK Medical Center, St. Mary's and Good Samaritan Medical Centers and at a North Palm Beach location. Class size limited. Call 622-7483. "Mommy and Me", children ages 1 1 2 -4 12 years of age at Recreation Services of Boca RAton, 2000 N.W. 51 Street, Boca Raton. Cost: $40 per each six week session. Supply fee of $5 is payable to the instructor of the class. Call 997-0791 for schedule of available times. Mothers United Structured Play Groups (ages 0-5), support group for parents with infants through 5 years old. Tuesdays, 10:30-1 1:45 a.m., Thursdays, 9:30-1 1 a.m. at Wellington Recreation Activity Center. Call Wendy at 791-9143 for more information. Parents Without Partners, meeting, every Saturday at 8 p.m. and a dance at 9 p.m. in Pompano. Cost: $7 non-members, $5 members. Call Jeff at 499-2148, or Juanita at (954) 942-8726. Teen Driving Sticker available: TeenLife America is offering a safety monitoring program to help protect the teen driver population. You will be given a bumper sticker stating "My Family Cares - How Am I Driving?", with a toll free number and a vehicle identification number. ParentsGuardians may register their teen and vehicle, inviting the community to call TeenLife America in the event that the vehicle is performing badly. TeenLife America will promptly notify the registrant regarding the incident, allowing the parentguardian to handle the situation as they see fit. To registermore information, call 1888-4-TEENLIFE. Evening Childbirth Preparation Classes, Wednesdays, 7-9 p.m. at Lake Worth Planned Parenthood, 4889 Lake Worth Road, Suite 109. Cost: $25six weeks, pre-registration is required, Call 848-6402. West Palm Beach Chapter of Mothers of Twins Club: The group meets every third Wednesday of the month, 7:30 p.m. at Palms West Hospital. The Club also offers guest speakers, parties, and moral support. If you have twins or triplets and are interested in joining, please call Dawn at 753-7426. f 7b inter, just use your GUSTO card. The more you use your card, the greater your chances of vrinnitujl , One lucky winner will enjoy dinner for two at any participating Gusto restaurant and there are hundreds to choose from in Palm Beach, Broward, Martin and St. Lucie counties. Go to your favorite restaurant or explore something new. Order whatever you wish and we'll pick up the tab up to $50.00 each month for a year, in south Florida. cardholder, sign up by calling customer service at 930POSTand see what you have been missing! As a cardholder you will receive valuable discounts (up to 35) at participating restaurants, nightclubs, hotels and resorts Every time you use your card, you are automatically entered to win. Free lectures by Metamorphosis Consultants, Inc., for single parents: "Making a Diffemce in Single Parent Lives", call 361-9432 for reservations. The Mother's Connection Support Group eventsgroupsetc: call 622-3825. Older Baby Playgroup, 6-24 months, every Wednesday, 10 a.m. at various locations. Jewish Association for Attention Deficit Disorder,! J.A.A.D.D.), Ruth Rales Jewish Family Services, 21300 Coleman Blvd., Boca Raton., meets every Thursday to hear selected speakers and to discuss issues of mutual concern. Call 852-3333 for more details. Dec. 4, Arthur Brand, Ph.D."A Behavioral Approach to Treatment" Childbirth Education Classes, offered by Planned Parenthood of the Palm ! Beach and Treasure Coast Area, Inc. Taught by a certified childbirth ', educator, and include relaxation ; techniques, anatomy, understanding labor, breathing ; exercises, and communication with medical teams. Recommended for women in seventh month. Cost: - $25, pre-registration required. Call ; Eneida at 848-6402. " West Palm Beach Center, 5312 Broadway, (one day classes only), 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Dec. 13. Baby Open Gym, at National Gymnastics, 9793 Glades Road, Boca Raton. Classes available Monday, thursday or Saturdays, 10-1 1 :30 a.m. Ages six months to four years. Cost: $5 per child if child is currently in classes, $7 per child if not currently enrolled. Call 883-STAR (7827). "10 Golden Rules For Safety The Quick Kid's Version", booklet and information to teach kids how to defend themselves against people attempting to kidnap them. Kids will learn: How to escape if grabbed by the wrist or both wrists; how to escape if lifted or picked up; and how to escape if grabbed by the shoulders or neck. Parents learn: How to develop a "Family Safety Program"; Safety tips for securing the home; and tips for hiring good baby sitters. Send a long, self-adressed, stamped envelope to: The Fear Not Foundation, P.O. Box 403, Syracuse, NY 13215. Childbirth Preparation Classes, free or low cost, throughout Palm Beach County. Classes conducted in English or Spanish and sponsored by Healthy MothersHealthy Babies Coalition of Palm Beach County. Call 533-0053 or 736-5969 to register at the beginning of the sixth month of pregnancy for six, two hour classes. Children's Harbor, Inc., is offering free parenting classes consisting of learning new skills, discussions, videos, and role playing. The classes are fun, interactive, and focus on helping the parents see . themselves as teachers. For more information, call 687-3888 or (954) ! 760-7151. Couples and Family Help Line, FREE confidential and private telephone '. consultation for marriage, relationship, or family-related ;! problems. Offered by the Center For Psychological Services, Monday-; Friday, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m., Call 392- 1013 (Boca Raton). Effective Parenting Class, Thursdays, 6 p.m. at Palm Beach Gardens High ' School, room 200. Free. Sponsored by The Counseling Center. Call 624-4358. First Time Mom's Support Group, sponsored the MOMS Club of Royal i Palm BeachLoxahatcheeAcreage. j Call Michelle at 753-9009 or 795-; 4730 for more information on the 1 support group, or MOMS Club membership. lYour GUSTO card is electronically linked to your VISA, MasterCard, or Discover card. The charge slip you sign at the restaurant will reflect the full bill. When your monthly charge card statement arrives, it will show the full meal charge and your 20 to 35 GUSTO savings (excluding tax and tip.) The GUSTO card is free as long as you are a 7-day per week POST subscriber who prepays for at least 8-weeks at the regular home delivery rate $3. 1 0 per week. If you cancel your Post subscription, you may keep the GUSTO card by paying a $10 annual membership fee. km i ii in m inr. r.n ,r j j . 1 1. .1 un i it-, k a 1 1 c IS'I -Vlii Li for qualified Post subscrib program requires a credit card refer to question 1 ) ers. There will not be any charges on your credit card for joining the program. However, you must use your GUSTO dining and entertainment card in order to receive the discounts. H?ni!-3L'Mi'iM.HlT:Tlg.riT.T!7-iflYes. additional cards, with the same GUSTO account number and designated host credit card, are available free of charge. Call 1 (888) GO GUSTO for additional cards. I There is no membership fee The to administer the debits and credits and to track the restaurant charges. (For more information, Below are some of the GUSTO restaurants near you: ATLANTIS ROYAL PALM BEACH Crazy Horse Tavern Grapevine Wine Bar All Sal's Italian Manninos Too Dax Bar & Grill Muddy Waters Grill & Cafe Asian Sun Pie Thai El Taco Caliente Pier Street Pub & Grill GREENACRES WELLINGTON India Garden Surrey St. Station Saigon Tokyo s Gabriel's Cafe' & Grille Jade Empire Zaino's LAKE WORTH Jalapeno Harry's La Sirena NORTH PALM BEACH Chez Max JUNO BEACH LT's Spanky Magoos Gianni's Club 502 Juniper LPs Sports Bar & Grille Giuseppe's Italian DelanceySt. LOXAHATCHEE Margarita y Amigas Mandarin Joey's Dugout Fratelli & Sports Bar Mac Family Original Pancake House Julio's Cafe' WEST PALM BEACH New World Chinese PALM BEACH GARDENS Manhattan Bagel Asti Ristorante Oysters Bistro Zenith Patio Bell Bottoms Cafe Piccolo Cafe' China Wok Garden Shangri-La Carefree Cafe Rockwell's & Bar Hayashi Japanese Something Fishy Castaway's Royal Chef Mario's Pizzeria & Italian LANTANA Continental Catering ThaiThanl Murphy's Cuco's Border Cafe' Daddy Rabbit's BBQue Cafe Tippi's & Pizzeria RIVIERA BEACH Grumpy Grouper Captain Don's Seafood JUPITERTEQUESTA DeLuca's Italian PALM BEACH Casa Gabriel Bogart's Hideaway Cafe Star of Palm Beach Dempsey's Champains Sports Pub Delancey St. The Storm Francoise's Place Chef G's The Cabin Renato's China Panda Giardino D'ltalla Palm Beach Shores Contented Sole Buccsneer 1 mam "s" mmmm m bsbb m smsbhmhhhmhw pai m tiPRimrc These restaurants are subject to change without notice. To verify a restaurant's GUSTO participa- rwlo ?to . tion ca" Ml free (888) GO GUSTO. 1(888) 464-8786 You will receive a complete list of participating ijiiuigis nzza a pasta QUSTO restaurants and other merchants when you receive your GUSTO card. Orlookforthe JH s Hibs 5 Seafood GUSTO logo displayed at the restaurant's entrance. Ristorante Antonio's I Sun Sum Chinese Contesjends on December 14, 1997. Winner will be awarded on December 21, 1997. Winner will be notified by telephone. ENTRY BUX Ar 1 Ht PALM BfcALH PUS I '

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