Wedding date: March 22, 2014
What they do: Kayla, 25, is a self-employed nanny and Billy, 25, is a sales consultant at Ed Morse Cadillac of Delray Beach.
How they met: The couple met at a wedding in 2005 when they were 16. “We had a lot of ups and downs in our relationship. It wasn’t until we spent over a year and a half apart that we realized how special our love story was,” Kayla says.
1. Tracy R. Howse
ARC of Martin County, Director of Community Development
“My proudest accomplishment is an ongoing daily appreciation knowing that I am making an impact in the life of the people we support. And, however small that may be, to them it is enormous and the appreciation they express is what makes it all the more momentous for me.”
2. Debbie Butler
Guardians For New Futures, President of the Board
If fresh seafood, live entertainment and nautical vendors sound like a good time, don’t miss the Stuart Seafood Festival at Memorial Park. The lineup includes U2 by UV, Uproot Hootenanny, Andrew Morris Band, Wonderama and more. Tickets are $5 in advance, $7 at the door, and free for kids 12 and under. For more info, visit stuartseafoodfestival.com.
Nov. 15-16: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday; 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday
What they do: Melissa, 29, is a first-grade teacher and Roberto, 28, is a mailman for the United States Post Office.
How they met: Ten years ago, fate and a move to Orlando for school brought the couple together. Melissa is originally from Palm City. Roberto is from Ocala. The couple quickly became close friends, and began dating three years later.
Training should be an important part of life. However, fitness enthusiasts won’t see results if they don’t allow their bodies to rest.
It’s easy to get excited and carried away working toward a goal. When people start to notice changes it becomes more motivating to skip a rest day and just keep going. Often we forget that our muscles can’t grow unless they’re able to recover. For that reason, training regimens should include at least one rest day per week.