Treasure Coast Essay

This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about efforts to comfort a congregation in Fort Pierce after the fatal crash of a church van.  Eighteen members of the Independent Haitian Assembly of God on Orange Avenue were returning from a Palm Sunday revival in Fort Myers on State Road 78.  Near Moore Haven, the van shot across U.S.

This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about President Obama’s visit to the Floridian National Golf Club in Palm City.  When the Golfer-in-Chief arrived Saturday, March 28, at St. Lucie County International Airport, Congressman Patrick Murphy of Jupiter showed him a small bottle of gray-green water from the polluted St. Lucie River.  At the Floridian, Obama played several rounds unseen by the public and the press corps.  Floridian owner Jim Crane said the president, a lefty, is getting better.

  This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about this year’s turtle nesting season.  Looks pretty good.  The season runs each year from March 1 through October 31.   In 2013, the season was a blockbuster.  First leatherbacks, then loggerheads, then greens scooped out almost 70,000 nests on the beaches in Brevard, Indian River, St.

Treasure Coast Essay on the Old Vero Ice Age Site.

This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about the remarkable Indian River State College swimming and diving teams.  “It’s still the same old story.  A fight for love and glory.”  It IS the same old story!  The IRSC men’s and women’s teams swept the National Junior College Athletic Association’s championships.  Again.  This time in Buffalo, New York.  The men won all 20 of their events.  The women won 18.  Team members were named male and female swimmers of the year and male and female divers of the year.  Sion Brinn was named men’s coach of the year.  David Suba was named diving

Watching the Mets

Mar 9, 2015

This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about seeing the New York Mets play at Tradition Field in Port St. Lucie.  Spring training has begun and will last six weeks.  Which game do we want to attend?  The Mets versus the Yankees?  The Red Sox?  The Cardinals?  We check the schedule on line by putting “mets” in a browser.  Most games start at 1:10. The gates open at 11:10.  We take I-95 to Exit 121.

This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Essay about BookMania!

This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about the 50th annual St. Lucie County Fair.  It starts Friday and goes through March 8.  A rodeo!  The rock band Hairball!  Country singer Randy Houser!  A demolition derby for amateur drivers!  Just like I-95!  A midway with 40 rides!

 This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about our own Super Bowl stalwart.  And that was Bryan Stork, a graduate of Vero Beach High School.  He played center for the New England Patriots in their exciting 28 to 24 victory over the Seattle Seahawks.  Play after play, it was Stork who snapped the ball to quarterback Tom Brady.  A photo distributed around the world shows the bushy-bearded rookie shouting for joy after the game.  Stork, 24, is big – 6-4 and 310 pounds.  He weighed 70 pounds less when he played tight end for Vero Beach High School.  At Florida State, he played center