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VOL. 23  NO. 8                                                                             AUGUST 2021

      Caring Community Raises $45,000 For ARC Of Martin County

         Anglers of all ages fished the ARC of Martin County’s
      Seventh Annual ARC KDW Offshore Fishing Tournament on
      Saturday, June 19 in Port Salerno, Fla. It was the first in-person
      fundraiser for ARC since pre-COVID, providing much needed
      operating funds to benefit children and adults with intellectual
      and developmental disabilities across the Treasure Coast.
         The weather was great, the fishing was … well, fishing!
      While the fish weighed in were all under 12 pounds, with no
      wahoo or grouper being reported, 21 boats and 89 participants
      fished under blue skies and fair winds returning midafternoon
      to the beautiful Pirate’s Cove Resort & Marina to weigh-in
      their catch and attend the evening’s festivities. Team Real
      Tradition was top boat, winning in multiple categories,
      though the Jr. Anglers stole the show with their energy and                                          Carlozzi Brothers all brought in kingfish; youngest, Gian
                                                        Kathy Rogers and Team, “Miss Fitz,” second place kingfish   Rico Carlozzi won Jr. Angler Award with a 7.4-pound kingfish
      Caring Community Raises on page 3                 and Lady Angler Award Fallen Veterans                                                                           Humane Society

      Golf Tournament To Benefit                                                                             Brings Back The

       The Families Of Fallen Veterans                                                                       Live Pup Crawl

         The tournament takes place on Saturday Sept. 11, at                                                   The seventh annual Pup Crawl is returning, live and
      8:30 a.m.                                                                                             in person, on Saturday, Aug. 7. Presented by the Humane
         The event will be held at the Hammock Creek Golf                                                   Society of the Treasure Coast (HSTC), last year’s event
      Club, 2400 S.W. Golden Bear Way, Palm City, FL, 34990,                                                had to be modified due to the pandemic.                                                                   For $25 in advance, or $30 at the door, participants
                                                                                                            will gain VIP access to five venues in Stuart’s downtown
                                                                                                            district on Saturday, Aug. 7. They will get to enjoy one
                                                                                                            free drink at each stop. Preregister at
                                                                                                            event/Pup-Crawl or register at the door from 5:30 to 7
                                                                                                            p.m. at Mulligan’s Beach House Bar & Grill, 131 S.W.
                                                                                                            Flagler Ave. in Stuart, which is one of the participating
                                                                                                            businesses. Joining Mulligan’s is Spritz City Bistro, Vine
                                                                                                            & Barley Stuart, Sneaki Tiki and The Crafted Keg. There
                                                           Sign up for the event at   also will be a Back To The Future costume contest with
                                                        or call (772) 919-5591.                             prizes and giveaways all night long.
                                                           The entry fee is $175 a player. This includes greens
                                                                                  and cart fees; a buffet-style
                                                                                  lunch  and  refreshments
                                                                                  will be served immediately
                                                                                  following the tournament. A
                                                                                  presentation of checks to the
                                                                                  family will be held during
                                                                                  the lunch buffet.
                                                                                    Each player will receive
                                                                                  a  grab  bag  with  $55  plus
                                                                                  free products and discounts.
                                                                                  There will be a $50,000 hole
                                                                                  in one contest. There are four
                                                                                  chances to win the $50,000   Kellie Berthiaume with Pizza Beans, Katie Brezinski with
                                                                                  on the 18th hole shootout.   Max, and Taylor Emerick with Max
                                                                                  $5,000+ in bonus holes in
                                                                                 one prize. There are two long     “It’s a fun opportunity for our supporters and friends
                                                                                 drive contests and two closest   to come together in a casual setting for a great cause,”
                                                                                 to  the  pins. We  will  have   said HSTC Community Outreach Director Courtney
                                                                                 prizes for the top two teams.   Zanetti. “All of the stops are within walking distance
                                                                                   For more information on   that allows participants to take their time and stroll
                                                                                 sponsorships  or  play,  go   through the area.”
                                                                                 fallen-veterans-event or call   Humane Society Brings Back on page 4
                                                                                 (772) 919-5591.
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