| October, 2015

Aniela McGuinness: Conquered Cancer with Laughter & Love

Posted on 16 October 2015 by JLusk


Aniela McGuinness shows strength as Rosie the Riveter for promo photos for one woman show.

By Rachel Galvin

Watching Aniela McGuiness’ “Doctor’s Office Dance Party” videos is enough to make anyone chuckle. It is hard to believe that she is in the office because she is getting Chemo for Cancer. When she started treatments, she invited her friends to come with her to engage in the fun. Can “fun” and “Cancer” be in the same sentence? They can if you are Aniela. This fearless female has redefined what it means to be a warrior, using laughter and love to conquer Cancer.

Aniela already knew what Cancer could do long before she was diagnosed. Her mother was diagnosed with Breast Cancer at 46 and went through a lumpectomy and radiation. But, it wasn’t over. Ten years later, Cancer came back … this time Ovarian Cancer, and she died at 63.

Her mother had the BRCA1 gene mutation. Aniela thinks it actually originated with her French Canadian grandmother’s side, but her grandmother never got Breast or Ovarian Cancer. Aniela speculates that maybe it is because she had a hysterectomy in her 30s.

It is only natural that Aniela would get tested for the gene. She did, through a mouth swab. She found out at 25 she had the gene mutation. With that knowledge, she got checked every six months with a Mammogram and then a breast MRI with the plan of getting her breasts and ovaries removed by 35 (much like Angelina Jolie).

Being a model and actress, and always wanting to educate people, she decided to document her journey as she planned to have her operations performed. While filming one of her episodes of “My Breast Choice,” she discovered “live” on camera that she actually had Breast Cancer (Stage 1). That was a year ago on September 30. She was (and still is) 31 years old. The raw video is heartbreaking to watch.

After finding out the news, she ran to the neighbors and they called her husband, Jordan. The story of her diagnosis, the procedures that followed and her rollercoaster of emotions was written down and transformed (with the help of co-director/ director Tony Rivera) into a one woman show called “I Don’t Have Cancer,” which she has performed in several locations, including Boca Raton, and filmed for a possible documentary later.

“[The show] helped push me forward and gave me an extraordinary amount of energy while letting me purge all of the fears, guilt, anger and plain emotional baggage that can come with a serious illness,” said Aniela.

She took a series of photos to accompany the ongoing videos documenting her process, including shaving off her hair before Cancer could take it, and showing off her topless body on the beach before her breasts were removed. Her friends gave her crazy creative hats, which she loved to wear to her chemo sessions, perfect for selfies. She shared every step of the process through her videos, including waking up after surgery, discovering fashions that are more comfortable after surgery and how to make her own drain bag holder. She talks straight about the process, the ups and downs and what worked and didn’t work for her.
“I let people in, opened my heart fully and allowed myself to be completely vulnerable and held in the love of those around me,” she said.

Aniela had a skin-sparing double mastectomy and 12 sessions of chemotherapy (four sessions of Adriamycin/Cytoxan and nine session of Taxol). She didn’t have to do radiation because she chose to give up her nipples.

Afterward, she decided to get a complete hysterectomy as well, just in case.

“My doctors and I chose a very extreme course of action. Most people would do much less, but with my age and family history I didn’t want to risk it,” she said.

Aniela suggests those who have Cancer use their “Cancer Card” as much as possible.

“I found that during this experience normal social rules didn’t apply to me, so I enjoyed the freedom to be fully myself,” she said.

Aniela, who currently lives in Hollywood, FL, has become a bit of an advocate for the cause (she recently talked to college kids about Cancer and uploaded her story in video-form to the Young Survival Coalition), but she is also returning to life as an actress and model, as well as working with the Sick Puppies Comedy Troupe.

You can watch Aniela’s journey at www.youtube.com/MyBreastChoice.


Aniela added “fun” to her Chemo sessions by wearing crazy hats and engaging in “Doctor’s office dance parties.”

“What is left when you strip away the flimsy things you once put so much value in?” — Aniela McGuiness.


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Cheers to 90 Years–CANCELED

Posted on 16 October 2015 by JLusk

“Cheers to 90 Years!” scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 17, 6 p.m. at the LHP Yacht & Racquet Club HAS BEEN CANCELED due to conflicting circumstances beyond their control. Any ticket refunds will be made a.s.a.p. Call the Deerfield Beach Historical Society — 954-429-0378.

(Originally, the event was at the DoubleTree but had a last minute change to LHP Yacht & Racquet Club because the hotel had not completed their renovations.)

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Soccer league attracts women from around county

Posted on 15 October 2015 by LeslieM

Claire LutkewitteBy Gary Curreri

Like most of the women who play in the Plantation 8v8 Women’s Soccer League, Lighthouse Point’s Claire Lutkewitte touts the competition and camaraderie.

We have players of all ages and abilities,” said Lutkewitte, 34, who played college soccer at Rockhurst University in Kansas City and graduated in 2004. “Our first goal is to probably have fun. There are a lot of excollege players, who are just coming off their college careers and they still want to play. We still have some players out here who can move.”

She’s played in the Plantation league for six years now.

There are not a lot of opportunities in other parts of the country where women can play soccer,” Lutkewitte added. “When I moved here, I was actually ecstatic that there were places where women can play soccer on a regular basis, and it is good quality soccer too.”

The Plantation Women’s Soccer Club 8v8 league featured six teams this summer – all bearing prominent countries’ names. Fittingly, the USA team defeated Germany for the championship at Plantation’s Sunset Park. Lutkewitte played for Canada.

The other teams in the league included Netherlands, Canada, Brazil, and England. All six teams were involved in the playoffs. USA and Germany, the top two seeds received byes, while the other teams played preliminary games to reach the finals. Every game consisted of 25-minute halves.

Rae Vidal started directing several leagues in Plantation about six years ago. In addition to the 8v8 league on Sundays, she also runs a 7v7 (Friday) and 11v11 league, which just started at Plantation Central Park. The women range in age from 21 to 51. She said they plan to continue the 8v8 league on Tuesdays.

The camaraderie out here is great,” Lutkewitte said. “A lot of us hang out off the field. We help each other when we need it. One of our players had passed away from Breast Cancer and there was this huge support group for that. I met some people who were in a book club and I joined a book club. I think for people that are new to the area and don’t know anyone, I think this is a great place to meet people.”

Lutkewitte, an assistant professor of writing at Nova Southeastern University, also heads up the Soccer Association of Boca Raton’s Adult programs as a coordinator. She said the Boca Raton group usually plays in the fall and the spring; however, this fall they didn’t have fields because of all the youth programs.

We are on hiatus right now,” Lutkewitte said. “We will probably playing the spring. It would be great if more people would support adult programs and women’s programs in particular.”

Bucks stun Raiders

Deerfield Beach’s Jefferson Souza kicked a 40-yard field goal with 1:08 to play in the third quarter to snap a 3-3 tie and give the host Bucks a 6-3 victory over nationally ranked St. Thomas Aquinas on Friday night.

St. Thomas Aquinas (5-1) had an opportunity to tie the contest; however, Marco Salani was wide with a 20-yard field goal with 41 seconds remaining to give the Bucks (5-1) the victory.

Deerfield Beach took a 3-0 lead in the first quarter on a 35-yard field goal in the first quarter, while Salani answered with a 30-yard field goal in the second quarter.

Despite a 364-134 advantage in total yards and a 19-7 advantage in first downs, it marked the first time the Raiders, which was ranked as high as second in national pools, failed to score a TD in 56 games dating back to 2011. St. Thomas hurt itself with three interceptions and 152 yards in penalties

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FLICKS: The Walk, FLiFF starts soon

Posted on 15 October 2015 by LeslieM

The Walk is a simple cinematic experience that deserves its box office success and critical acclaim. Told with exuberant energy, this film celebrates the core feeling of what it is to be a New Yorker.

The film opens with Frenchman Philippe Petit (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) narrating his story from the torch of the Statue of Liberty. As Petit explains his early adventures as a wire walker, the camera pans back and reveals the old New York skyline, with the Empire State Building in the background and the Twin Towers in the foreground.

After years as a street performer, Petit assembles a team of like-minded individuals to manage high profile challenges. Petit gains notoriety in Paris when he crosses the bell towers of the Notre Dame cathedral. After being arrested and being put in jail for public disturbance, Petit sees himself on the cover of a Paris newspaper. After flipping the newspaper open, he reads that the World Trade Center Twin Towers would soon be nearing completion. Seeing this coincidence as a divine sign, Petit assembles an international team to walk a wire between the Twin Towers.

Released seven years ago, Man on Wire was an Oscar award-winning documentary about the same subject. The Walk is a complimentary film experience that provides cinematic detail as to the nuances of wire walking that stock documentary footage is unable to present. It is a full cinematic experience that needs to be seen on the big screen for full effect.

The 30th Annual Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLiFF 30) begins in three weeks. FLiFF 30 will feature visits from Christopher Lloyd, Ed Harris and his wife Amy Madigan, and Gil Bellows, known for Ally McBeal and Shawshank Redemption, among others. Loretta Swit, from the television version of M*A*S*H, will be involved in a special Veteran’s Day screening and event.

Having been recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records as “the World’s Longest Film Festival”, FLiFF 30 will kick off with special pre-fest screenings. Brooklyn features Saoirse Ronan as an Irish Immigrant involved in a forbidden romance with an Italian man during the 1950s. Produced by Ty Flowers, Time Simply Passes is a 53-minute documentary about a man wrongly imprisoned for killing his own children. 3:13 is a documentary about a man who lost his fortune in the Great Recession and how he became a street person in Miami. With sunnier cinematography, Single in South Beach deals with the relationship issues of a material girl.

For late breaking FLiFF30 news, updates and schedule, visit www.fliff.com.

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Posted on 15 October 2015 by LeslieM

Remember, if you see anything suspicious, call 911 immediately.

Deerfield Beach

Sept. 27: Eight air conditioning units were reported stolen from a building at 545 S. Federal Hwy.

Sept. 29: A woman dropped $400 on the ground while entering her car at Food Mart at 3601 N. Dixie Hwy. She said a man picked up the money and ran away.

Sept. 29: A man stole two bottles of gin from Walgreens at 1041 E. Hillsboro Blvd.

Oct. 2: Unknown person entered 535 NW 39 Ave. and took two laptops that were sitting in plain view.

Oct. 2: Residential burglary at 113 Lock Road; jewelry and currency were stolen.

Oct. 3: A woman reported that her son stole her car from 230 NW 5 St.

Oct. 3: An automobile was stolen from 1771 NW 2 St.

Oct. 3: Attempted robbery at 1701 NW 2 St. Victim was entering a friend’s apartment when approached by two unknown subjects who tried to steal her purse.

Oct. 4: Four patio screens were ripped at rear patio and rocks were thrown through rear window and rear sliding glass door at 618 NW 44 Terr.

Lighthouse Point

Sept. 17: A 75-gallon Yeti cooler was stolen from a rear patio at 2921 NE 25 St. The loss was $499.

Sept. 17: The subject said someone made a fraudulent purchase through a virtual teller in the amount of $1,200 at the store located at 2850 N. Federal Hwy.

Sept. 19: A male subject was observed taking a four razors and cartridges from a shelf and fleeing the store at 3580 N. Federal Hwy. The loss was $151.96.

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Posted on 15 October 2015 by LeslieM

RE: Hotel, parking in The Cove

Dear Editor:

Last Friday, attorney Tom Connick, a long time Deerfield attorney, sent via email [in public record] to all commissioners, Mayor and the City Manager that if they vote the [Blue Water VIII] hotel in with the seven [code] violations [Oct. 20], it is totally illegal. It will be challenged in court and the city will lose a multi-million dollar lawsuit. [Developer Mike] O’Leary does have an approval currently to build a restaurant which is perfectly legal and ready to go.

The tabling of the parking meters happens to be a blessing for the existing businesses. As quoted in your newspaper on Oct. 7, after Tuesday’s meeting at City Hall, Mr. O’Leary asked Vice Mayor Ganz if he could meet with him. Apparently, the meeting took place. Who was there? What was discussed? In the article, the City Attorney cautioned nothing said here can bind the commission.

I owned a home and business in The Cove Shopping Center for 13 years and went through the same hardships as others during that 3-1/2 year process. Twenty-nine businesses went out then. If this hotel is approved, the balance of the process will [cause the] demise of the rest of the businesses during this construction. I sold my home and business, but I am still involved in Deerfield Beach as my family still lives there.

Steve Krevoy

Deerfield Beach

RE: Support for burial ground memorial park

Dear Editor:

The Deerfield Beach Original “Save Our Beach” (OSOB) committee strongly favors the five-acre lot, at the intersection of SE 2 Avenue and SE 5 Court, becoming an African-American burial memorial.

This piece of privately owned property, termed in old Broward County records as “The Old Colored Cemetery”, became a burial ground, because of the segregation policies of the past.

There are still human remains on this land. This presents a perfect opportunity to create a memorial. There is no African American burial memorial in Broward County. Creating such a memorial is our City’s opportunity to honor and respect, in death, the memory of those who were disrespected and marginalized in life.

I hope the City, the County and the State can make this happen. It is long overdue.

Marge Hilton,

Deerfield Beach

Dear Editor:

GFWC Woman’s Club of Deerfield Beach supports the effort to turn the property at SE 2 Avenue and SE 5 Court, Deerfield Beach, into an African American Memorial Burial Ground.

This land should be made into a memorial to all the African American Broward County residents who, because of segregation, were buried in odd lots and side yards and whose locations (if not their memories) are lost forever to their descendants.

The Club recognizes this as a humanitarian effort to give proper respect.

Mary McKenna

Deerfield Beach



Posted on 15 October 2015 by LeslieM

Cookbooks Galore

Through Oct. 31, during library hours

Percy White Library 837 E. Hillsboro Blvd, Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Friends of the Library has over 350 cookbooks to choose from. Call 954-357-7680.

Food Truck Invasion

Thursday, Oct. 15, 5 to 9 p.m.

Quiet Waters Park 401 S. Powerline Rd. Deerfield Beach, FL 33442

Great food by regional chefs is featured at this huge outdoor picnic where food trucks of different origins, cuisine and menus prepare food that is cooked to order.

1st Annual Women in Deerfield Expo

Thursday, Oct. 15, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Royal Fiesta Caterers 1680 SE 3 Court Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Showcase of Deerfield Beach’s woman-owned businesses. Chamber members: $15, non-members: $25. www.deerfieldchamber.com.

Pre-Teen Dance Party

Friday, Oct. 16, 7 to 10 p.m.

Oveta McKeithen Recreational Complex 445 SW 2 St. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Hip Hop. Ages 10-12. Free refreshments. $3 per person. Call 954-480-4481.

Model Train Swap Meet and Flea Market

Saturday, Oct. 17, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Oveta McKeithen Recreational Complex 445 SW 2 St. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

$2 adults, $1 children. 561-441-6952.

International Fellowship Dinner

Saturday, Oct. 17 at 6 p.m.

St. Peter’s Anglican Church 1416 SE 2 Terr. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Food from 13 countries. Reservations: 954-695-0336

DB Zonta Club meets

Tuesday, Oct. 20, begins 11:45 a.m.

Duffy’s 401 N. Fed. Hwy. Deerfield Beach, 33441

Must RSVP — 561-368-2653.

Think Pink Fundraiser

Wednesday, Oct. 21, 6 to 8 p.m.

Lighthouse Point Yacht & Racquet Club 2701 NE 42 St. Lighthouse Point, FL 33064

Free. Raffle prizes, food, drinks and more. RSVP required at lhpchamberoffice@gmail.com.

Save the date: Family Hayride and Campfire

Friday, Oct. 23, 7 to 9:30 p.m.

Quite Waters Park 401 S. Powerline Rd. Deerfield Beach, FL 33442

$3.50 per person. Enjoy a hayride around the park and a marshmallow roast to make S’mores. Advance tickets required, call 954-357-5100.


Carn Evil Haunted Mansion

Friday and Saturday nights, 7 to 11 p.m.

Oct. 16 & 17, Oct. 23 & 24, Oct 30 & 31

Sample McDougald House 450 NE 10 St. Pompano Beach, FL 33061

$10 per child under 18, $20 adults. Presented by the Rotary Club of Pompano Beach. Proceeds benefit local charities and scholarships. Free parking at the Elks Club next door. No high heels or spikes permitted.

1st Annual Fall Festival

Saturday, Oct. 17, 3 to 7 p.m.

Pioneer Park 501 NE Eller St. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Free. Includes pumpkin patch, hay maze, corn eating contest, kids crafts, petting zoo, face painting, hay rides, wagon party and live music. Call 954-480-4429.

Halloween Pet Adoption and Blood Drive

Sunday, Oct. 18, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Toyota of Deerfield Beach 1441 S. Federal Hwy. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Numerous rescue groups bringing dogs of all kinds. Meet your new best friend for life! Dog and owner costume contest. Kids costume contest. Food, Halloween treats, prizes and more. Blood drive.

Halloween Tea at The Pink Church

Tuesday, Oct. 20, 11 a.m.

First Presbyterian Church 2331 NE 26 Ave. Pompano Beach, FL 33062

$10 per person. Spectacularly spooky menu! RSVP to 954-941-7501 ext. 154 or email nkenny@thepinkchurch.org.

7th Annual Halloween Fair & Horse Show

Saturday, Oct. 24, begins at 10 a.m.

Sand & Spurs Equestrian Park 1600 NE 5 Ave. Pompano Beach, FL 33060

Kid friendly. $1, free under age 10. 12:30 p.m. – Horse & Rider Costume Contest on Horseback; 1:30 p.m. – Public Costume Parade (all ages, no registration); $3 Pony Rides, $1-$2 Games, $1 Bounce House, $3 Face Painting, $2 Pumpkin Patch; Pet Communicator/Whisperer; bring your pet (all pets must be on a leash) for a picture; hay rides; food. Some proceeds benefit U Can Ride Therapeutic Sessions (www.ucanride.org). 954-786-4133.

Save the date:

Oct 24: Howl-o-Ween Pet Party, Pet Supermarket, 55 S. Federal Hwy., Deerfield Beach. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Treats, costume contest, gift card drawings. Call 954-427-1290.


CLERGY CORNER: Does being human mean being different?

Posted on 15 October 2015 by LeslieM

We have different names, different colors, different shapes and different sizes. We eat different foods and enjoy different sports. We have different houses of prayer and we have different books of prayers.

Are we really that different? There seems to be a never-ending cycle of hate and war throughout the world based on these differences. There also seems to be an ever-growing divisiveness within our own communities. How do we change that? Are humans really just different, separate beings that will always clash? Does being human mean being different? What is it that divides us and what is it that can unite us?

I propose we go back to the beginning …

When G-D created the first human being, the Bible describes it like this: “And the Lord God formed man of dust from the ground, and He breathed into his nostrils the soul of life’, and man became a living soul.” [Genesis 2:7]

So what divides us is the physical body. We are different people with different histories. Let me explain what unites us with a story: The story is told of an opera singer who was known for his readings and recitations from the Classics. He always ended his performance with a dramatic recital of Psalm 23. Each night, without exception, as the actor began his recitation, “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want…” The crowd would listen attentively and then rise with thunderous applause, in appreciation of the actor’s ability to bring the psalm to life.

One night, just before the singer was to offer his customary recital of Psalm 23, an old man from the audience spoke up. “Sir, would you mind, if tonight, I recite Psalm 23?” he asked.

The actor was surprised by this unusual request. However, he invited the old man to come onto the stage to recite the psalm, curious to see how the ability of this man weighed against his own talent.

Softly, the old man began to recite the words of the psalm. His voice was parched and weak, and his tune pretty lousy.

The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want … Though I walk in the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for You are with me; Your rod and Your staff-they will comfort me. Only goodness and kindness shall follow me all the days of my life, and I shall dwell in the House of the Lord for many long years.”

When he was finished, there was no applause. There was no standing ovation as on other nights. All that could be heard was the sound of weeping. The audience had been so moved by the man’s recitation that every eye was tearful.

Amazed by what he had experienced, the opera star queried, “I don’t understand. I have been performing Psalm 23 for years. I have a lifetime of experience and training — but I have never been able to move an audience as you have tonight. And frankly, you have a horrible voice and can barely carry a tune. Tell me, what is your secret?”

The old man humbly replied, “Well, sir, you know the psalm … but I know the Shepherd.”

My dear friends, get to know the Shepherd within each and every one of us!

What unites us is our Creator, our Shepherd, our G-d. Get to know the shepherd and you will get to know the song of life. When we sing the Psalm, it will bring unity — peace, love and tolerance!

We humans were created with a body and a soul. The soul was given in order to bring unity, not to divide us! So, if we see another human, we must realize his uniqueness, which is his soul, is a part of G-d, our G-d, and that’s exactly what unites us!

So, next time you want to hate or divide, just stop and think that what makes us human is not the body, but the soul!

[Malachi 2:10] Have we not all one father? Has not one God created us? Why should we betray, each one his brother, to profane the covenant of our forefathers?

Rabbi Tzvi Dechter is the Director of Chabad of North Broward Beaches located at 4081 N. Federal Hwy., #100A, Pompano Beach, FL 33064. For all upcoming events please visit www.JewishLHP.com.

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“A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” at Wick Theatre

Posted on 13 October 2015 by JLusk

Christopher Brand, Whitney Winfield and Ken Jennings

Christopher Brand, Whitney Winfield and Ken Jennings. Photo by Amy Pasquantonio.

By Rachel Galvin

Offering plenty of fast-paced frivolity, “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” opened Oct.1 at The Wick Theatre. The musical, which runs until Nov. 1, stars Broadway actor Ken Jennings, who keeps the action going with his antics, sometimes breaking the fourth wall with some Improv.

Jennings plays a cunning and creative slave, Pseudolus, who attempts to please his young master, Hero, in exchange for his freedom. Hero has fallen for the dim-witted courtesan next door, Philia, and hopes his loyal slave will secure her for him. But Philia has been sold to another. Meanwhile, Hero’s father has returned from a trip alone without his nagging mother and has an eye for Philia, too. There are many conflicts, many disguises and plenty of deceit in this madcap comedy. No set changes were needed as all the action took place between three well-crafted houses. The wardrobe helped add to the production value.

While Jennings was the focus, Michael Ursua, as Hysterium, had some great moments, as well as the rest of the ensemble cast. One of the highlights of the show is the great choreography of the “dancing” courtesans. Scantily clad, these ‘long, tall drinks of water’ show off their flexibility much to the delight of Pseudolus. Chris Brand, as Hero, and Whitney Winfield, as Philia, are perfectly adorable and make a perfect couple. The three Proteans, Wesley Slade, Brian DiRito, and Ronen Bay, were great comic relief in their various renditions, although it was Erronius’ (Troy Stanley) appearances that brought some of the biggest laughs. Michael Scott, as Senex, held his own subtlety, while actors like Jim Ballard (Miles Gloriosus), Dennis Setteducati (Lycus) and Erika Amato (Domina) gave more robust performances.

This was the kickoff to the Wick’s Season 3. They are already selling tickets also for the next show, which is “Hello Dolly,” opening Nov. 5, starring Broadway’s Lee Roy Reams, as Dolly Levi, and Lewis J. Stadlen as Horace Vandergelder.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.thewick.org. Check out their five-star restaurant too!


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Deerfield Jiu Jitsu students win 16 medals

Posted on 08 October 2015 by LeslieM

sports100815Students from the Deerfield Beach Parks Department youth Jiu Jitsu program won 16 medals at the 2015 NAGA Grappling Championship held at Florida Atlantic University on Sept. 26. Nine students from Deerfield Beach attended, including Ian Honda, Dashaun Amos, Dante Amos, Auriel Neal, Hope Moberg, Faith Moberg, Luke Souza, Tanner Ross and Luis Cruz Monoz.

Sensei Marcos Souza heads the city’s Jiu Jitsu program, with classes every Tuesday and Thursday at 6 p.m. in the Johnny Tigner Community Center, in the Oveta McKeithen Recreational Complex, 445 SW 2 St. Cost is $50 per month. www.deerfield-beach.com

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