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VOL. 34 NO. 9                                                                           SEPTEMBER 2021

      The Stuart Air Show Boasts Best Show Yet

      When It Returns To The Skies Nov. 12 To 14

        The Stuart Air Show is back in                   Guests will be able to experience an amazing pyrotechnic
      2021 to highlight performances                     and  firework  show,  and  live  entertainment. The  Dirty
      from more elite aerial performers                  Flight Suit Party is a Top Gun: Maverick theme this year,
      than ever before. This beloved                     with the new flick set to release on Nov. 19.
      regional event was sidelined in                      Not all the excitement will be exclusively in the air! Stuart
      2019 by heavy flooding, which                      Air Show patrons will get to experience an incredible flight
      was preceded by the tragic pre-show crash of Dr. Joseph   line race between the Shockwave Jet Truck and an aircraft.
      Masessa. The Stuart Air Show was able to have a successful   The jet truck holds the record for fastest in the world; title
      2020 event, making the 2021 air show possible!     set at 376 mph!
        The show features two United States Air Force military     The “Race the Runway 5K” is back by popular demand,
      fighter jets; the F-16 Demo Team (“Viper”), and the A-10C   allowing runners the chance to race through Martin County
      Thunderbolt II (“The Warhog”). In addition, for the first time   Airport in the hours before the show on Sunday, Nov. 14.
      in North America, Red Bull Pilot Aaron Fitzgerald will do   Runners will watch the sunrise over the show’s aircraft in
      barrel loops and fly inverted in a BO 105 C helicopter.   this special experience.
        Back by popular demand is the opening evening      The Stuart Air Show highlights the importance of aviation
      twilight air show and Dirty Flight Suit Party on Nov. 12.   and the service of veterans. It also provides hundreds of   The Stuart Air Show on page 2
      Dancers, It’s Time                                                                                    Wild Pants

      To Shake And Shimmy!                                                                                  Is Back!

      West Palm Beach Police                             favorite dancer online. The blitz will welcome six pairs to     Unbuckle your
                                                         the dance floor on Friday, Sept. 17. The event begins with
      Athletic League’s Ballroom                         cocktails at 6 p.m., followed by dinner and the competition   creativity  for The
                                                         at 7 p.m.
                                                                                                            Arc of Palm Beach
      Blitz Planned For Sept. 17                           West Palm Beach PAL’s Ballroom Blitz returns to   County’s annual Wild
                                                         Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts in West   Pants “fun-raiser.”
      In-person event sold-out; fans can vote for their dancer online  Palm Beach for the limited in-person event. Online, fans can   The  Arc is looking
        The dance duos have been paired up, and the dance genres   log in to and   for  supporters to
      have been chosen. Now, it’s time to practice, practice and   place their votes for the dancer who moves the best. Each   show  of f their
      practice some more for the West Palm Beach Police Athletic   vote is a $50 donation to West Palm Beach PAL.   style in celebration
      League’s (PAL) Annual Ballroom Blitz.                Mayor Keith James and West Palm Beach Police Chief   of dif ferences,
        Having returned to its former popularity, following a   Frank Adderley, along with an additional local personality,   innovation, and
      COVID-19-related pause in 2020, the Ballroom Blitz is   will judge the competition of the following local business   community spirit.
      sold-out, but fans will have an opportunity to bid on their   leaders and personalities:                Throughout the
                                                                                   •   C a r m i n e   C o l e l l a ,   month of October,
                                                                                 president and COO, Ed Morse   Wild Pants participants
                                                                                 Automotive Group, Jupiter  will zip up their loony
                                                                                   •  Robert  Norvell,  West   pantaloons, strut
                                                                                 Palm Beach-based criminal   their silly slacks, and
                                                                                 defense attorney           engage in peer-to-peer  Tyson and Ender Mutchler
                                                                                   •  Cara  Debock,  Jupiter-  fundraising to support
                                                                                 based businesswoman        The Arc’s vital programs for people with disabilities.
                                                                                   • Peter Conn, real estate   This year’s models will compete to top the $89,000
                                                                                 advisor for Compass        raised on the virtual runway in 2020.
                                                                                   •  Christina Lambert,      “The last 18 months have been a roller coaster for
                                                                                 managing director at       many, but The Arc is a constant for our clients and their
                                                                               families. They rely on us every day, and we need the
                                                                                   • Mike McGann, operations   community’s support to keep living out our mission,”
      Carmine Colella          Robert Norvell           Cara Debock              manager, production, on-air   said Kimberly McCarten, president and CEO of The
                                                                                 personality, Legends 100.3   Arc of Palm Beach County.
                                                                                   “I am looking forward to     Reigning Wild Pants champion Tyson Mutchler will
                                                                                 the excitement generated by   be back to defend his title. Participants of all ages can
                                                                                 the ‘fan clubs’ of each of the   join The Arc in this crazy combination of creativity
                                                                                 dancers. The enthusiasm of   and community service. Sign up at www.mightycause.
                                                                                 the crowd and online creates   com/event/Wildpants2021, then share your pants and
                                                                                 a fun, but competitive,    fundraising efforts on social media using the hashtag
                                                                                 atmosphere, and helps      #ArcWildPants.

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