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WINTER 2016 ONLINE EDITION

WINTER 2016
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Living room
Natural retreat in the city

When George and Marie DeAngelis stumbled onto the house at the end of Gullotti Place, they knew it was time to trade in their steel horses for real horses.


 
new city councilmen
Homegrown council members

Port St. Lucie’s three new city councilmen actually grew up in the city — a historic first. For many years city councilmen were transplanted retirees, typically from the Northeast.


 
Lori Dillon and Lynnett Baumker
Jumping for joy

They met on the campus of the old Fort Pierce Central High School; two blonde teenagers, one tall, the other petite.


 
Students Rachel Capezza, left, and Janelly Ronquillo
Utility boxes beautified

Keep your eye out for colorful works of art sprouting up in 52 locations all over Port St. Lucie.


 
Jennifer Hitchner
The DRESS DESIGNER

Beauty, as they say, is in the eye of the beholder. Some eyes, however, see even further.


 
Jessy “The Rocket” Huebner
The GOLF PRODIGY

The youngest member of the PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie is 7-year-old Jessy “The Rocket” Huebner, winner of 62 golf tournaments and current U.S. Kids Golf world champion.


 
Margaret Cantrell
The PIONEER

Pioneer matriarch Margaret Cantrell remembers when there was literally nothing in Port St. Lucie but a two-lane U.S. 1.