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funds and you have to
make the unhappy deci-
sions," school principal
John Polsinelli said. "Our
first priority was ~super-
vision of the students."
Recently, several local
organizations stepped in
to save the day, funding
four of the clubs that
were cut, including the
seventh and eighth grade
MATHCOUNTS team. A
local restaurant held a
ftmdraiser to get the ball
rolling toward reuniting
the other groups.
See SCHOOL, A4


strugglingg" said
Matthew, now an eighth
grader at the school.
.But that was before the
budget cuts.
Down about $5,000
this year, the middle
school had to sh~ift'some
funding away from
extracurricular activities
like MATHCOUNTS and
toward cafeteria and hall
monitors.
"It isn't a district deci-
sion. They give you the


By Bethany Chambers
bchambers'@hometownnewsol.com
HOLLY. HILL As a
athlete on the Holly
Hill Middle School
MATHCOUNTS team last
year, Matthew Penny
traveled across Central
Florida showing off his
mad problem-solving
skills.
"Solving problems is
fun and (the club) helps
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Class Scott' Gellin, an
Army recruiter and gym
member, and gym owners
Robert Henry and Melissa
Kie~l.
Although Army dropout
rates are relatively low, Sgt.
Gellin said -- noting that
only one out of 47 recruits
he has enlisted in twTo
years dropped out -- basic
training can be a chal-
lenge.
And with more people
enlisting in Volusia County
- 150 in the last year,
above the goal 120 -the
CrossFit program couldn't
come at a better time, Sgt.
Gellin said.
Recruits, who include
See ARMY, A3


Daytona, a local gym
offering free personal and
group training for military
recruits.
"It's great coming here,"
Pvt. Whitehouse said. "I
was definitely not as in-
shape as I needed to be
(before). You need to go in
prepared; this will help
out."
~The gym on Fentress
Court provides one-hour
classes four days a week to
a group that's mostly Army
proud.
The idea to offer the
classes came from Sgt. 1st


By Bethany Chambers
.bchambers@hometownnewsol.com
VOLUSIA COUNTY -
Ryan Whitehouse, a U.S.
Army recruit, leaves for
basic ~training next week,
and he's not scared.
In fact, the 22-year-old
Daytona Beach resident
may be in the best shape
of his life before' he ever
lifts a leg to fnarchi or an
arm to salute.
That's because he's one
of two dozen Army enlis-
tees this fall to prepare for
boot camp at, CrossFit


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Dale Slade of Volusia County Bri'dge Division examines
the Main Street Bridge recently when the drawbridge
refused to close properly.


Brlumhagen, state. educator
for the Florida Parent Infor-
matio Resource Center in

About 25 families from
Holly Hill Elementary and
Westside Elementary
schools attended the event,
which- had kids' activities,
door prizes including the
grand prize laptop, food
provided by Bob Evans and
Winn-Dixie and a meet-
and-greet with "Hugs," the
plush mascot of Riverside
Bank.
"We are finding it very dif-
ficult to get parents involved
because of the economic
situation," said family cen-
ter coordinator Kimerly
De~esus-David, who organ-
See FAMILY, A2


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pare g. and Matthew's
mom, Rose Batista, talked to.
them about "the season of
giving" after they got home
with the laptop, the grand
prize at the school's Family
Involvement Night. Because
they already had a comput-
er, the twins decided to give
this one to someone who
didn't.
That's just what Holly Hill
Elementary School leaders
hoped parents and children
would learn when they
hosted Family Involvement
Night Nov. 6 to celebrate
November as National Par-
ent Involvement Month-
The two-hour event
included a workshop titled


By Bethany Chambers
bchambers@hometownnewsol.com
HOLLY HILL Marcus
and Matthew Garcia may
only be in third grade, but
last week they did some-
thing exceptional.
The 8-year-old twins won
a laptop from their school,
Holly Hill Elementary, and
then immediately turned
around and gave it to class-
mate Jackie Collins, 9, who
had tiever had a computer
at home.
"The day I mentioned the
computer (was going to be
raffled), Jackie's response
WRS So overwhelming, Mar-
cus remembered.it," princi-
pal Julie Roseboom said.
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Randy Barber/staff photographer
Amanda' Morris plays with her two-year-old daughter
Olivia during the Family Involvement Night at Holly Hill
Elementary recently.


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picture was gloomier, with a
drop of 30 percent. The
Halifax taxing district relies
on the money for tourism

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School officials: parent

involvementt critical for succcess

Schools hold event to encourage "Impact of Family In
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child who is gifted.
It was a message that
spoke to the diverse crowd,
which included 'mothers,
fathers and caregivers, and
had several Spanish-speak-
ing families wearing head-
sets to hear a translation of
the speech.
Only half-joking, Ms.
Blumhagen told parents
that their involvement now
is important so that "you
don't have to be taking care
of Johnny when he's 43."
She also warned that good
grades aren't always an indi-
cator that everything is OK,
a lesson she learned when
her own mother died, Ms.
Blumhagen said.
"My grades didn't repre-
sent (my struggle), because I
had the
ie (iha chil) ability to
le ithA~s get it
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It was that reason that
Sharon Hairston came with
her 10-year-old son, Gareth,
a fiftl grader atWestside.
"I Aa~nt to get a little more
involved," Ms. Hairston
said. "(Gareth is) doing well
in school, but I don't want to
wait until the point there is a
problem to find out about it.
Iwant to (help him)~ before it
gets to that."
Gareth, who got four A's
and two B's on his last
report card, said he feels
"proud and excited" when
his mom comes to school.
He said he knows other
kids whose parents aren't as
involved as his mom.
"I feel gifted," he said,
"because I have a chance to
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Citing a Harvard Family
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better behavior.
The analysis, which drew
from '77 studies of more
than 300,000 students,
found that it was most
important for parents to
have expectations of their
kids.
Ms. Blumhagen's speech
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SSTOP ... and spend time with your child. Turn off
the car radio or mute the TV on commercials to talk.
Ask specific questions, notijust, "How was your day?"
Stay involved with your child's activities, and know
your child's friends.
LOOK ... over your child's homework and in your -
child's bookbag. Watch for signs that might indicate
trouble.
LISTEN ... to your child's concerns and take wor-
ries seriously.
DISCUSS ... school policy and be supportive of the
policy to encourage a safe school. Don't criticize
school personnel in front of your child. Even if you
did not like school when you attended, show a posi-
tive attitude.
TEACH ... your child how to, solve problems.
Encourage good behavior through praise. A parent is
a child's first teacher.
HELP ... your child with anger management skills,
and model appropriate behavior.
VOLUNTEER ... at school in some way. If you can't
come on a regular basis, plan to take a day off work
fo a fied tri or a yur child's teachers if there is

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ized the event. "Parents
today have two jobs and
many go to school.at night.
Parents find themselves try-
ing to find another job to fill
what little free time they
have.
Although families from
four area schools were invit-
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wasn't surprised by the rela-
tively low turnout.
"I don't get discouraged
by the numbers at all. That's
why we're out here. Obvi-
ously, we have an issue with
(parent involvement)," Ms.
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box jumps, pull-ups, all m
between running laps
around the building.
"We're trying to be the
solution to health clubs,
mere spaenodp o din and
mght sa aon akg
and socializing," Mr. Henry
said. "Fitness is the last
thing offered by health
clubs, so we're a gym."
The CrossFit method does
have its critics, who contend
that the workouts are not for
beginners and can lead to
serious injuries.
On the CrossFit Web site,
www.crossfit.com, represen-
tatives admit the workouts
are "extremely demanding,
but say the exercises focus
on functional movements
and advise people to start
slow.
Mr. Henry, an Ormond
Beach resident, said he his
gym, the only CrossFit loca
tion in the county, gives all
its members "a stronger

sWen eoa e t going to have
you do something you can't
do,", he said. "We help you
break through all those bar-
riers -
At CrossFit Daytona,
many of the members are
law enforcement officers,
emergency workers and
active military members,
who get a 20-percent dis-
count on membership.


Many narney/stat pnrsuogidplit"I
Army recruit Ryan Whitehouse of Daytona Beach per-
forms a series of exercises in the gym at CrossFit Daytona


recent ly.
One of those members,
23-year-old Army recruiter
Sgt. Ashley Batiste of Port
Orange, said she likes the
challenge of the exertive
workoxyt and ."competing
against the guys."
"We can do the same
thing they can. They push
you harder sometimes," she
said. "I want to beat them."
SAnd for recruits like 20-
year-old Pfc. Gary Pritt, who
just finished basic training


and is a week away from his
first assignmerit in Ger-
many, the program provides
more than exercise; it gives
them a chance to accom-
plish a goal.'
"I switched to active duty
(from the reserves) because
I felt it was more of a call-
ing," the New Smyrna Beach
High School grad said. "I
was wvorking the same job I
worked in high school ... but
I wanted something more
thian that."


pies, cakes ~and other
Thanksgiving decor. Partici-
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each basket like a gift.
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The Daytona-Ormond
Chapter Sons of the Ameni-
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11:30 a.m., Thursday, Nov.
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tona Ave., Holly Hill.
Refreshments will- be
served at 6:30 p.m., followed
by the speaker at 7 p.m. John
Roessler, past president of
Halifax River Audubon, will
present "Backyard Birds:
Identification, Feeding and
Attracting."
This event is free-
For more information, call
1386) 673-5332.

10th annual Basket

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Daytona
The 10th~ annual Basket
Brigade, a volunteer ,out-


reach where volunteers
donate and deliver tailor-
made gift baskets of food for
a Thanksgiving feast to
needy families throughout
Central Florida, will meet
at Daytona State College in
Daytona Beach. The goal
this year, is to deliver gift
baskets to feed 400 families.
Volunteers may sign up
now to participate in delivr-
ery day at 9 a.m., Saturday,
Nov 22.
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food, a roasting pan, gift cer-
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men and women aged 17 to
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When they do leave,
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teams, the group fought the
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"These are some of the
students, with the most
promising futures," Mr.
Tyler said. "We need to
encourage kids to be
scholars."
Members of the Holly
Hill Kiwanis would not
stand to spe the demise of
the HHMS Builders Club,
which is essentially Kiwa-
nis for middle schoolers,
said John Wooten, past
president of the Kiwanis.
The school has the
eighth oldest Builders
Club in the world, which
Mr. Wooten helped estab-
lish 36 years ago. Today
there are 1,500 clubs in
five countries with 35,000
members. Mr. Wooten esti-
mated the Holly Hill
Builders Club had helped
nearly 700 students in its
history.
"This is an opportunity
for the kids to learn leader-
ship skills," he said, noting
that club members read to
younger students~ and
recently made pillows for
expectant moms at the
Ormond Birthing Center.
Extrkacurricular activities
encourage "broad based
education," said Jonathon
Glugover, president of the
Seabreeze Kiwanis.
For the kids, the groups
are another way to enjoy
time with friends in a safe,
fun and educational set-
ting.
"The social end of it is
most important to them,"
Mr. Polsinelli said. "And it
helps tremendously with
the r social skil hse so

Matthew and his friends
on the MATHCOUNTS
team will be able to com-
pete this year, said he's
thankful for the donations.
Public-private partner-
ships between the schools
and community groups
may become even more
necessary in the future, he
said.
"I'm scared for next year.
This is an attainable goal
now. If $5,000 becomes
$50,000 (next year) it will
be a different story," he
said, "but I still will try."

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Funds from charity
Wrestling event bene-
fit PAL

The Marine Corps League,
Malcolm MacLean, Detach-
ment 1144 was presented
with funds raised from The
Callan Group's "Guns and
Hoses" Sumo Wrestling
Fundraiser. Fire Chief Gary
Hughes and the Daytona
Beach firefighters claimed
victory over Chief Michael
Chitwood of the Daytona
Beach Police Department in
this charitable event.
The Marines then pre-
sented the donations to the
Police Athletic League and
Leona Raulerson, a retired
city employee who is in
need of a kidney transplant.
The remainder of the funds
will go to Toys for Tots and
thenMarine Corps Red Rose
Fu d

Zumba Gold classes
Scheduled

The Council on Aging has
arranged for new classes in
Zumba Gold to be taught by
Deanna Galindo at 10 a.m.


Top Photo:
Nora Barros of Holly Hill
performs a traditional
Columbian dance called
'Cumbia.' during the annual
International Family Festival
at The Basilica of Saint Paul in
Daytona Beach.

At right:
Dixie square dancers
Mary Lynn Hastings of
Daytona Beach and
BUck Dauer of Ormond
Beach kick-up their heels
during a performance at the
festival.









Randy Barber
staff photographer


brought back the Builders
Club and sixth grade
MATHCOUNTS team.
A fundraiser at Woody's
Bar-B-Q on Nova Road
organized by owners Jere,
miah and Erica Hansen,
the Holly Hill Chamber
and city commissioner
John Penny last weekend
brought in an additional
$210. The school still
needs about $3,000 to fund
the remainder of the pro-
grams, including Future
Educators of America and
the Student Government
Association.
The money raised pays
teachers to work with the
students before and after
school hours and provides
supplies, Mr. Polsinelli
said.
Donors said giving their
money was the least they
could do to support the
city's teens and pre-teens.
Steve Ty~ler, a local busi-
ness owner and member of
the Chamber of Commerce
group, said his group gave
money to the JNHS mem-
bers because they're the
city's future entrepreneurs.
Now the Chamber is hop-
ing to speak to the group
soon.


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International festivities


Notes
From page A3
20, at the Pailmetto Club,
100 S. Beach St., Daytona

The speaker will be Lou
McNally from Embry-Riddle
Aeronautical University. Mr.
McNally has a Ph.D. in
meteorology and will dis-
cuss "The Battle of Lexing-
ton, Concord."
Reservations to attend the
luncheon may be made by
calling (386) 676-0551 or
(386) 761-7043.

Genealogical Society
meeting planned

The Volusia. County
Genealogical Society will
meet at 6 p.m., Thursday,
Noir. 20, in the auditorium of
City Island Library, 105 E.
Magnolia Ave.,. Daytona
Beach.
EElkner Sear owHIL dcuss
whose mission is to provide
a safe depository for indi-
viduals who wish to share
documented family histo-
rie~s and records for present
and future generations.
Refreshments will be
served after the program.
Visitors may attend.


School
From page Al
The Seabreeze Kiwanis
Club donated $500 to
bring back the MATH
COUNTS team, the Holly
Hill Chamber of Com
merc'e Leads Group No. 1
donated $500 to bring
back Junior N~ational
Honor Society and dona-
tions made by residents,
business owners and the
Holly Hill Kiwanis Club












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of child abuse. Bail was set
at $2,000.
*Zachary Yates, 21, of
1717 Mason Ave., No. 1424,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed Nov. 2 on charges of
possession of a firearm by a
convicted felon, possession
of hydrocodone with intent
to distribute and posses-
sion of cocaine. Bail was set
at $25,500.
*Jeremy Michael Levine,
23, of 324 Manhattan Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed Nov. 2 on charges of bur-
glary. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Adrian N. Haddock, 50,
of 638 South St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov. 2
on charges of resisting
arrest with violence and
possession of a controlled
substance. Bail was set at
$4,100.
*Anthony Lamar Avery
Jr., 19,, of 214 Lockhart St.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed Nov. 2 on charges of
strong-arm robbery. Bail
was set at $5,000.
*James Avery Jr., 46, of
627 Clark St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov. 2
on charges of armed bur-
glary. Bail was set at
$10,000.
*April Nicole Fields, 27,
of 353 Fulton St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov. 3
on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$1,25~0. .'
*Eric Samuel Anderson,
49, of 351 Lane St., Dayrtona
Beach, was arrested Nov. 3
on charges of possession of
cocaine and unllawfu~l pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance without a prescrip-
tion. Bail was set at $4,000.
*Jermaine Emanuel
Williams, 22, of 145 N. Hali-
fax Ave., No. 708, Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov. 3
on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$1,500.
Mack S. Bouie Jr., 56, of
329 Division St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov. 3
on charges of aggravated
battery. Bail was set at


$1,500.
*TyrIone Conrad Wallace,
27, of 900 S. Peninsula Ave.,
No. 204, Daytona Beach,
was arrested Nov. 3 on
charges of aggravated bat-
tery on a pregnant female.
No bail was set-
*Alford Jerome Staten,
49, o'f 1409 Forest Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed Nov. 3 on charges of
aggravated assault with a
deadly weapon. No bail
was set.
*Randolph Eugene Elias
Jr., 53, of 636 Eldorado St.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed Nov. 3 on charges of
possession of cocaine. Bail
was set at $2,500.
*Patrick Michael Dreyer,
50, of 164 Cedarwood, ~Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 3 on charges of strat-
gulation. No bail was set;
*Sylvia Jane Jenkins, 47,
of 215 Reva St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov. 4
on charges of possession of
cocaine. No bail was set.
*Deandre R. Anderson,
20, of 501 N. Keech St.>
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed Nov. 4 on charges of
aggravated assault. No bail
was set.
*Roderick Dexter Eddy,
51, of 551 Eldorado St.
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed Nov. 5 on charges of
possession of cocaine. Bail
was set at $1,250.
*Antwon Sureys Streeter
II, 36, of 1049 Brentwood
Drive, Apt. 402, Daytona
Beath, was arrested Nov. 5
on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Roxanna Elizabeth
McCoy, 51, of 355 Bethune
Village, Daytona Beach,
was arrested Nov. 6 on
charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,000.
Christina Jade Tillman,
21, of 1216 Continental,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed Nov. 6 on charges of
possession of a schedule II
controlled substance. Bail


was set at $1,500.
*Tharvellus Jeron Walker,
23, of 632 Tucker St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 6 on charges of grand
theft. Bail was set at $1,000.
*Michael J~. Cotton, 41,.of
1050 Imperial Drive, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 6 on charges of throw-
ing a deadly missile. Bail
was set at $2,500.
*Charles Alonzo Badie,
24, of 430 N. Lincoln St"
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed Nov. 6 on charges of rob-
bery with a weapon. Bail
was set at $50,000.
*Norman R. Deacon, 37,
of 415 Revilo Blvd., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 8 on charges of pos-
session of methampheta
mine. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*John Charles Claypool,
38, of 425 Bellevu'e Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed Nov. 6 on charges of
manufacturing metham-
phetamine and possession
of a controlled substance
No bail was set *

HOily Hill PolICS
Department
*Elizabjeth Anne Schaffer
18, of 1024 S. Nova Road'
No. 2, Holly Hill, was arrest
ed Nov. 5 on charges of
aggravated battery. No bail
was set.

VOlusia County
Sheriff-s Office

*Ian Keith Maddox, 18, of
757 Iowa St., A, Day~tona
Beach, was arrested Nov. 5
on charges of two counts of
battery on a detention
staff. Bail was se at $25,000.
*Tommy Lee Woods Jr,,
23, of 808 Cherry St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 6 on charges of the
sale and delivery of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$20,000.


277-TIPS


Incident:
credit card theft

Location: Port Orange

Date of incidents:
Sept. 18

Wanted person:
unknown man

Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is
seeking information on
the identity of a man
who was captured by a
store's surveillance
camera buying mer.-
chandise with a stolen
credit c~ard. The credit
card was stolen from
the Port Orange YMCA -
and was used on Sept.
18 to purchase more
than $6,000 worth of
merchandise from .a
Target and Wal-Mart in
Port Orange,
TIhe suspect was seen
Operating a newer
model black Chevrolet
Suburban with a Florida
tag. He was in the com-
pany of a white woman


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~who was described as
being approximately 30
years old, with dark,
curly hair.
Anyone with informa-
tion about the theft or
who recognizes the sus-
pect in the surveillance
photo is asked to call
Crime Stoppers to free
at (888) 277-TIPS. Or
text "TIP231 and the
message" to CRIMES.
'Callers to Crime Stop-
pers will remain anony-
mous and can qualify
for a reward of up to
$1,000.


Steven Casserly
Serving Volusia Countly
Ext. 9302
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Brandie Stevens
Serving Volusia County
Ext. 9264
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Serving Volusia Counlty
Ext. 9738
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Police Department

*Mary Rose Devine, 29, of
146 S. Coales St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct. 31
on charges of solicitation to
commit prostitution. Bail
was set at $1,000-
*Dwayne Anthony
Gaines, 38, of 1309 Gins-
berg Drive, D'aytona Beach,
was arrested Oct. 31 on
charges of carjacking and
aggravated assault. Bail
was set at $15,000.
*Lamarvin Virgil
Wilhiams, 23, of 368 Walnut
St., Daytona Beach, was
arrested Oct. 31 on chdrges
of possession of cocaine
with intent to sell and the
sale/delivery of crack
cocaine. Bail was set at
$3,000.
*Sheila Cario Brown, 50,
of 560 Third Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov. 1
on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,100.
*Jerome R. Shedrick, 27,
of 849 Niles St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov. 1
on charges of possession of
cocaine. No bail was set.
*Jeremy Michael Levine,
23, of 324 Manhattan Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed Nov. 10n charges of
unlawful possession of a
controlled substance. Bail
was set at $3,000.
*Kemontae R. Gri~ffiths,
18, of 100 Winners Circle
Drive, Apt. 303, Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov.
lon charges of obstructing
justice with violence. Bail
was set at $500.
*Lucyana Pagan, 22, of
207 Francis Parkway, Apt. 2,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed Nov. 2 on charges of bat-
tery on a law enforcement
officer and resisting arrest
with violence. Bail was set
at $4,000.
*Jacqueline Marie Jack-
son, 21, of 233 College Park
Drive, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 2 on charges


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Seaweed stinks up beach .


ing up the seaweed from the beach?
I pndfu da awe t bch anad ha ri
rotting seaweed.
Siesta Key cleans its shore of seaweed on the west coast;
why not on our coast?
Turtle season is over; it is no longer an excuse for not
cleaning the beach.

Editor's note: According to Shelley Szafraniec, Volusia
County public information officer; while the seaweed- may
seem unsightly, it plays a vital role in the beach ecosystem
and is a 'friiend" to sea turtles. Volusia County Etwlironmel-
tal Management ~gicials are advising- the public not to
remove the seaweed. In Volusia County, seaweed is left intend -
tionally on the beach to provide food to foraging birds and
insects and to stabilize further the beach system as it offers
nutrients to the plants on the beach. As the seaweed dries
out, it traps blown sand and, over time, can lead to drin~e cre-
ation. Sand dunes are Mother Nature's built-in' mechanism ~
for protecting shorelines and provide a natural buffer from
storms, officials said..

In response to 'Democrats not to blame
fOr eCOROMIC SituatiOne

Every four years or so, we have had this contentious bick-
ering that has divided the nation. Lately, it has increased in
vroracity to include the off-year elections. If this nation is to
succeed, we, the people, have to' take matters into our own
hands and create change that works for the good of all.
So let us take our country back Republicans, Democ-
rats, Independents, Greens, etc. I say we should now do to.
Congress what they did to the presidency with term limits
Voted in as the 22nd Amendment of the Constitution in
1951
'Currently, senator are elected to an unllimited number of
six-year terms,~ while~ House of Representatives are elected
to an unlimited number of two-year terms.
Term limits should apply to House of Representatives and
should be held to six years maxrimum. This would allow for
the "freshman" representative to get acquainted with the
system and start doing for the people.
Generally, a freshman Congressperson comes under the
tutelage of a more ranking member and learns the intrica-
cies of the law-writing phenomenon and getting floor spon- .
sors. The next four years, listening~ to their constituents,
they get the job done that they were sent to do.
Regarding the Senate, one six-year term limit should be
sufficient to get the job done.
All congressional veterans (House or Senate) should be
prohibited from lobbying for five years.
SAnd to conclude this antagonistic system we have now'
political campaigns cannot begin until the December of
the year preceding the general election. We do not need to
be bombarded by campaign rhetoric twio years or more
before the election. This is especially to prevent a tired-of-
hearing-about-it and tuned-out troter and to prevent fresh-
men Congressmen (Senate or House of Representatives
members) to spend all of their time campaigning and
ignoring the greater good of the American people.

Greed

Greed is the word tossed about as the explanation of the
financial crisis. Those who use the word are either ignorant
about the facts behind the crisis or don't know them.
The facts are that the main culprit is the U.S. Congress. It
passed several legislative actions that allowed sub-prime
lending, and judging from what has happened, guaranteed
bailout if the sub-prime loans were not paid.
The congressmen and ~women who approved that kind of
loan ignored the experience and standards practiced for
many years by lending institutions 20 percent down and
ability to intake the monthly payments.
The secondary culprit is the instigators who pushed for





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loans to people who could not really afford to borrow and
make the required payments.
Let's not forget Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, sponsored
by the government. They were encouraged by Congress and
others to offer sub-prime loans.
The lesson to be learned and remembered from what
happened in the financial crisis: Keep government from try- .
ing to run or control the economy.- One exception is wise
regulations and oversight of it. Otherwise, no dabbling in or
tinkering with the economy.
Greed, by the way, does not work in the real world of eco-
nomics. Customers go to businesses that charge lower
prices than the greedy ones. The latter cannot stay in busi-
ness if they cannot match or beat the prices of competitors.

Edgewater taxes

Edgewater Mayor Mike Thomas has been quoted as
blaming our property tax-and enterprise fund rates on the
lack of condos. I have read these quotes, but not having per-
sonally heard him say that, I do not know firsthand where
he stands on the issue. I have heard him say on record dur-
ing a City Council meeting that it was OK with him if a new
business wanted to locate in Edgewater, but he was not
going to go out and solicit new businesses coming to Edge-
water.
In reality, Edgewater's high tax rates (in comparison to
New Smyrna Beach) is because of our lack of commercial
businesses; this condition, however, is not solely the direct
fault of the current or past councils, however short-sighted
their attitude about business might be.
The fact is that as Edgewater grew, it was only natural and
economically feasible that the vast majority of commercial
enterprises that serve Edgewater's needs located mr the New
Smyrna Beach area where the population was to support
those businesses. Additionaally, they have very ~expensive
oceanfront properties on their tax roles.

enhan t s e ehoes' t ste f morit c ndos.ans thiasdwat
Mayor Thomas has in mind? An even more important ques
tion is do the citizens of Edgewater want to regress to this
lack of citizen control?
We already have one hi-rise condo on the river approved
for construction; do we want more?

CitiZeHS can do their part
t0 save the city, money

I am writing in response to a recent Rants & Raves sub-
mission mn which an uninformed individual had numerous
comments in regards to unnecessary spending in the city of
Edgewater- .
One comment made by the individual made reference to
police and take-home vehicles; however, there are even bet-
ter ways for .citizens to save the city money if they would
only try.
One way citizens can help save money is to lock your car
doors at night and stop leaving purses, laptops, wallets,
guns and other valuable items in your cars over might for
thieves to take. Times are hard, and burglars are coming out
the woodwork. If citizens take steps to protect their own
property, it will cut down on calls for service. In return, this
will save the city gas and wear and tear on the patrol vehicle
because the police won't have to respond to a call from your
residence to document a preventable crime.
Another way to saive the city (and yourselves) lots of
money would be for adults to act like adults! Rather than
argue and fight with your spouse, try working out your
problems for a change without calling the police. Imagine if
we all remembered the golden rule and treated others how
you yourself would like to be treated, including but not lim-
ited to the person you are married.
Another related idea that may help the city's budget, your
budget and the domestic violence problem in general is
stop drinking! You would savre money by not purchasing
alcohol, you would not have to get bailed out of jail, you
would not have to hire an attorney and your spouse would
nOt be filing for divorce. Is a little self-control too much to
RSk? What if the police actually had time to do police work
rthe tha la maraecuslor?
If the "cost-cutting measure" suggested by that unin-
formed citizen were implemented, that would mean that all
patrOl cars should be driven and left at the station for the
next shift to use immediately after the first officer gets off
WOrk. That would also mean that every patrol car would be
On the road 24 hours each day with no break. I am not sure,
but if that were the case, Edgewater would be buying a lot
more police cars a lot more often.
Next time an uninformed citizen wants to, offer a cost-
cutting suggestion, I suggest you research the situation first.
There are easy and simple ways to save money in every city
operation, and some of them even make sense!


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What happened to ethics?

Having worked as a substitute teacher, I have a respect for
teachers realizing they are overworked and underpaid.
However, I was disgusted with what went on at my daugh-
ter's school recently.
My daughter had always struggled academically, so it was
a wonderful surprise when she began getting As on her
homework assig~nments.. My husband and I praised her
each time we checked her homework, finding all her
anwes er orec adth ogh.
aThe son a whe tnwas p Atig clothes in her dresser, I
came across a photocopy of the teacher's answer keys hid-
den in the drawer. My first thought was that my daughter
must have stolen it. We took it to the school and met with
the teacher and director to discuss the matter.
To our shock, we were told that the teacher had actually
distributed the answer keys to the students! Instead of rep-
rimanding the teacher, the school protected her, saying that
the work is too ~difficult and that the students were given the
answer keys only to use if they could not figure out the
answer.
When I asked why the answer keys weren't given to the
parents to hold on to so that the students couldn't itse them
to cheat and why the parents weren't informed about this,
they couldn't respond.
My~ opinion. is that the school was looking for a way to
irriprove the students' grades so that more kids could pass,
and they could get more funding. There are two major prob-.
lems with this: They are passing kids who don't know the
work, and they are helping to further corrupt thk ethics of
this society by allowing kids to cheat.

Free newspapers litter the streets

I want to comment on all the free newspapers littering
our communities in Edgewater aind New Smyrna Beach. I
take my dog for walks very often, and all I see are driveways
littered with "free" newspapers. Some have been there for
days and some for weeks. They are obviously not read or
.wanted, so why is this trash and littering allowed to contin-
ue?
That's why when I read in, Hometown News (the only
paper I want delivered by the way) that they were still offer-
ing free newspapers and delivery but only to subscribers, I
was overjoyed. Finally, a free newspaper that has good news
articles and coverage delivered only if you call .and sub-
scribe.
This means that.noviv every driveway in town will be lit-
tered with these newspapers, but thie only newspapers that
will be delivered will be the ones that people want, and they
will not lay in the driveway as litter and trash for weeks.
What gives these newspapers the right to drive along the
street and throw "trash" in my driveway week after week? In
Edgewater, a police officer can technically give a person a
$90 ticket for littering when they throw a cigarette butt on
the gound, but these "free newspapers" can throw their
trash on my property week after week with'no penalty. Why
are they allowed to do this? If I wanted those papers, I
would call up and ask that it be delivered.
I have two driveways on my property, one leads to my
house and' one leads to my garage. They are connected, and
it is obvious that they belong to the same homeowner. How-
ever, I consistently get newspapers thrown in both drive-
ways, so I get double the trash and litter delivered to my
house.
If this type of shotgun approach~to newspaper delivery
was not allowed, the entire neighborhood would be much
neater and cleaner in appearance. Additionally, advertisers
would not be misled into. thinking that their paid advertise-
ments were reachiing three times as many people as they
actually do.
Thank you, Hometown News, for taking the "subscriber
only" deliveryr approach!

Bumpy road in desperate need of paying
I was told in the summer of 2007 by the Department of
Transportation that Division Avenue in Ormond Beach's
Historic District between Beach Street and North Ridge-
wood Avenue was going to be paved by the end of October
2007. It hasn't happened yet!
If you have ever driven on this road, it has to be one of the
worst in the city! Why does the Department of Transporta-
tion pave roads that don't need it and leave the ones like
Division Avenue unpaved?
The city, of Ormond Beach, the people in charge of the
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New mother Ida Mayo, 20,
who brought 2-month old
Jeremiah to the shower, said
she was initially frightened
at the prospect of having a
baby.
"It was scary," the Day-
tona Beach resident said.
Healthy Start Coalition
programs such as parenting
classes and the support of
caseworkers benefited her
greatly, she said.
alThe have he eed gei
mother said. "191y casework-
er is the greatest."
A student at Chiles Acade-
my in Port Orange, Ms.
Mayo's goal is to obtain her
high school diploma and
join the Air force
"(Jeremiah) can come
with me," she said. "I want
to make life better for him."
Junior League member
Dai Durrance said the eco-
nomic need in the commu-
nity was greater than antici-
pated.
"We were planning for 30
women. But with everything
that's happened in the past
See CHILD, A8


Katie, a freshman in high
school, said she is aware of
the challenges ahead but is
ready to become a mom.
"I'm excited," she said.
"I'm ready."
Part of the reason she'll be
prepared is her participa-
tion in programs for at-risk
expectant and new mothers
through the Healthy Start
Coalition ofVolusia and Fla-
gler County.
he lthyb ar, sada e s
LeBlanrc, Healthy Start pro-
gram director and Junior
League member.
Coalition programs focus-
ing on education, pre-natal
care, parenting and coun-
seling~ are designed to
reduce fetal and infant mor-
tality and prevent child
abuse and neglect, she said.
"It's a prevention-based
program that saves money
in the, long run," Ms.
LeBlanc said.
The dismal economy has
put an additional financial
strain on women expecting
babies, especially those who
already were having trouble


making ends meet, Ms.
LeBlanc said, prompting the
Junior League of Daytona
Beach to sponsor a recent
community baby shower for
coalition participants.
"Many of the families we
serve were struggling
before," she said. "I don't
know how some of (those)
we serve are making it on a
day to day basis.
At the shower, new moms
cooedhovers ahi tin inat

big event chatted while
enjoying a continental
breakfast in the pink and
blue decorated Junior
League office in Daytona
Beach.
Each mother received a
basket of diapers, toys and
baby clothing and were eli-
gible to win raffle prizes
such as baby carriers,
bouncers, crib linens, pack-
n-plays and other baby
items.
The grand prize, a stroller
that includes a detachable
car seat was won by Katie.
"That's just what we need-
ed," Ms. Vereen said.


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Angela Vereen had almost
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with her daughter Katie at
aNow just fourteen years
later, Katie is having a baby
of her own

fdt our ,ild toh e a
child," Ms. Vereen said.
"This is a total surprise, but
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blsiem to plan to raise the
baby together, they said
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materials team quickly
established the powder was
harmless. Sen. Lynn was
rnmning for re-election in
District 7 and won her seat
again by a wide margin.
Meanwhile, New Smyrna
Beach resident and former
state lawmaker Suzanne
Kosmas upset the competi-
tion to become the area's.
Congresswoman-elect in
District 24. In a huge upset,
Democratic candidate
Kosmas, who owns her own
business, beat three-term
Republican incumbent Tom
Feeney, who had been
dogged for his association
with a convicted lobbyist.
In the aftermath of
Election Day, South Daytona
police said someone broke
mrto an Obama campaign
hadquarers. Therday after
retur ned toteofce on
Be'ville Road and found the
front window shattered and
glass all over the floor. One` or
more suspects made off with
a desktop computer, aWi-Fi
router and a worker's
blackberry. The office was
trashed as the suspect rifled
through the place. Workers
felt the intrusion was
deliberate and call the
suspects sore losers.

Bus driver suspended
Officials with the Volusia
County School District will
recommend a20-day,
impaid sspae ison end re-
accusedofdeliberately
stopping the bus on railroad
trce twithdshtuddentosmboard.
Campbell Middle Schoolin
Daytona Beach were
outraged earlier this month
when they said the driver
threatened to abandon the

bec use thywo lnt quiet
down. School officials said
surveillance video shows the
driver backed off the tracks
when she saw a train
coming, but they saidl she did
threaten to leave the kids on
the bus. The driver, Genorris
Da s- umers ,c 1s days

action.


ing the patient's primary
care doctor, onco ogist'
surgeon, radiologist, gas-
troenterologist and other
specialists.
"The nearest compre-
hensive cancer center is
more than two hours.away
in all directions," he said.
Cancer specialists such
as those on the multi-dis-
ciplinary team at Florida
Hospital's own accredited
Cancer Institute are avail-
able in Volusia County, Dr.
Windham said. What's
lacking is a coordinated
system under one roof.
To address that need,
plans are underway to cre-
ate a regional oncology
center at the new Florida
Hospital Ormond Memori-
al campus that would pro-
vide state-of-the-art serv-
ices at one location.
The 245-bed hospital
replacement facility is
scheduled to open next
summer and officials are
targeting 2010 for the
oncology center
The foundation's recent
Coastal Gala brought 650
supporters together to
raise funds for the project.
Among those attending
the event a't the Hilton
s yotna Bseac rhO da nh
Mayor Fred Costello.
Mr. Costello said the
opo tvun ty to see on o
su portin a local hos ital
pr ved to be an irresistible
drw
a 'm a fan of Memorial
Hospital and~ the found
tion does some awesome
tlplings," he said. "They are
just great community sup-
porters."
Founding Beach Boy
Mike Love and band veter-
an Bruce Johnston took the
audience on a nostalgic
trip through the California
surf culture of the sixties


fu nd raiser
By Jeanne Willard
Willard@ hometown newsol.com
VOLUSIA COUNTY -
A 'diagnosis of cancer is
devastating enough, but
navigating the journey to
wellness through a myriad
of medical specialists and
tests can be especially
challenging.
When cancer patient
Robert Grenon's primary
care doctor referred him to
a specialist at Shands Hos-
pital in Gainesville, he
assumed that was the
place he had to go for care.
At 86, it soon became
clear that the 90-mile com-
mute for treatment was not
practical.
"I could see that wasn't
going to work out at all," he
said.
Another doctor led him
to Dr. Christopher Wind-
ham, whose Ormond
Beach office is mor-e con-
'Venient. The. staff helped
him with the coordination
o i s tc e, heu sadt,essyz
cult to accomplish on his

oT~hat was the best thing
that happened for me," Mr.
Grenon said.
A recent Florida Hospital
Memorial Foundation
event featuring the Beach
Boys, raised funds for a
planned Regional Oncolo-
gy Center that officials~say
would streamline treat-
ment for patients such as
Mr. Gr-enon.
"It's 'very complicated

Splmolple soi dDr Wine
ham srial oclo it
am, fudatiooncobo rsd
member: "There are many
steps invo ve .
I d addition to various
mentca te ts, canco ~rde .
tion between physicians,
Dr. Windham said, includ-


iIIIIIm miL ...
Photo courtesy of Gregg Willard


Founding Beach Boy Mike Love, left, and band veteran
Bruce Johnston perform with th~e Beach Boys at the
recent Florida. Hospital Memorial Foundation fundrais-
er at the Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort.


with hits such as "Good
Vibrations," "Help Me
Rhonda," "I Get Around,"
"Be True to Your School,"
"Little Deuce Coupe,"
"Barbara Ann," "Wouldn't
it be Nice," "Surfin' Safari"
and "Surfin' USA."
At 67, Mr. Love is likely a
peer to many in the audi-
ence that night; however
he teased the group about
being too subdued.,
"Everybody is a little bit
sedate tonight," he said at
one point, offering to play
a medley of hits by Barry
Mamilow and Perry Como.


That reserve was
cracked when the Rock
and Roll Hall of Fame
member invited the crowd
to wave their open cell
phones to the beat of "Lit-
tle Surfer Girl," creating
dancing dots of light
around the darkened
room.
By the end of the nearly
two-hour concert, a congo
line was snaking its way
around the room and tre
audience was on its feet
singing along with the
final song; "Fun, Fun,
Fun.


aging inffrastructure and
bringing back recreation
programs to the zone, lost
when the YMCA closed
almost two years ago.
Mr. Fordham, 66, said in
an interview last month he
would also focus on devel-
oping jobs and helping
small businesses.
He has the support of
Ms. Bland, who said she
plans to run for the seat in
2010.
"He is the most visible
(candidate) in our com-
munity," she said.


For more information on
the special election, visit
www.codb.us.


announcing his ruit last
month,
The campaigners face a
challenge in getting peo-
ple out to vrote in the holi-
day-season election. If one
candidate does not get a
majority of the vote, the
top two vote getters will
face off again Tuesday,
Jan. 13.
"I intend to beat the
streets again," said third-
time candidate Mr. Barnes,
58. "I'll walk the district,
talk to the voters and
impress on them how
important this election is."
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focused on issues such as
curbing juvenile crime and
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people in need in the com-
munity right now."
Donations for the shower
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Healthy Start `Coalition
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and the community, she
said.
With such a great turn-
out, Ms. LeBlanc said she
hopes the first community
baby shower will become a
regular event.


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W~ESH 2 leanied that
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first time in more than a
decade. ISC owns 12 tracks
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ISC employs just over 1,000
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Election Day was
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problems. Supervisor of
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machines that had to be
replaced early on Election
Day She said every vote was

lAt one pollmngbsite, a fire
workers refused to leave the
building, so firefighters
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neighborhoods surround-
ing Derbyshire Road.
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community in this capaci-
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FRIDAY, NOV. 14
*Christmas Bazaar: The
Epiphany Council of Catholic
Women will host this event
trmr8 aa;- h. cthoday and
Epiphany Father Smith Hall,
201 Lafayette St., Port Orange.
Vendors, Ieawer7 aco istle

(Saturday only) will be avail-
able. Lunch will be served. For


will be held from 8 a.m.-4

Unira Uninedsa isttCu ch
56 N. Halifax Drive, Ormond .
Beach. Jewelry, furniture,
books, art, appliances, cloth-
ing and tools will be available-
A bag sale will be held ait 1
p.m. on Saturday. Refresh-
ments will be served. For
more information, call (386)
871-8799.
*Holiday Auction and Sock
Hop: The Port Orange South
Daytona Chamber of Com-
merce will host this fundraiser
from 6-10 p.m. at the Rivier-
side Pavilion, 3431 Ridge-
wood Ave., Port Orange. Hors
d' oeuvres by Carefree Cater-
ing, dancing and music by
Mister DJI, cash bar with J&T
Bartending and photo ops
with Lyndsey Roberts Photog-
raphy will be featured. A silent
auction will include items
such as a 26-inch HDTV (val-
uedl at $495), weekend get-
aways, one week at ,Shores
Club Condo, .gift baskets,
restaurant certificates and gift ~
items. This is a casual attire
event; poodle skirts and sad-
~die oxfordls are vitekotme. Tick-
ets cost $25 and will be avail-
able at the door. For more
information, call (386) 761-
1601* .
*Halifax Social Club event:
This social event open to the
public will be held at 5:30
p.m. at Aquatiurn Restaurant
and .Nightclub for an open
house meet and greet. There
is no charge to attend. For
more information, call (386)
589-5643 or visit www.hali-
faxsocialclub.com.
is Singlies8 Dance This we e
Club, 601 W. Granada Blvd ,
Ormond Beach. DJ Day
Blasko provides the music ~
The dance is for the 50 and
older crowd. The cost is $7. For
more information, call (386)
255-2207.

SATURDAY, NOV. 15

*Welcome RecePtion for
Wayne Miller: This event will
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to cherish," said Maryke Guild, this year's Gingerbread
Magic co-chair. "Daytona Beach West Rotary Club spon-
sors this annual everit to raise charitable dollars and to
create a visual delight of an old fashioned Christmas for
all to enjoy."
Ms. Guild also said the club is d-urrently recruiting
members of the public to get involved in this fun and ful-
filling project.
Companies, organizations and individuals sponsor
the gingerbread buildings. A $1,000 cash prize will be
awarded for first place and other cash prizes for second
and third places. A special prize will be given for the
People's Choice Award. Voting takes place when visitors
come to see the exhibir and select their favorite cre-
anion.
Funds raised from the Gingerbread Magic proj-
ect will benefit United Cerebral Palsy of
e, . East Central .Florida, Stewart
hlarchman and other Rotary
,r~unCI~Pi charities. The beneficiaries of
funds must participate in
..de the event by donating
time, resources or voluri-
teers.
Prior to the public
unveiling, there will be a
Preview Gala at 6:30 p.m.,
Sunday, Nov. 23. This
large- scale open house for a small-
scale tour of the neighborhood allows guests to bje
the first to see the exhibit and to eat, drink and be ~merry.
To order tickets early, call (386) 214-0085 or (386) 299-
4051.
To make a donation or to register as~ a builder, call (386)
214-0085 or (386) 299-4051 or visit the Web site www.gin-
gerbreadmagic.com.


For Hometown News ,.
Volnews@hometownnewsol.com
-With visions of sugarplums dancing in their heads, the
Rotary Club Gingerbread Magic committee is planning~ a
ground-breaking ceremony. Those interested in receiv-
ing a building permit to become part of this idyllic
neighborhood should continue reading. ~
This fanciful community of dozens of edifices
will be on display for one month in the Volusia
Mall.
"We are excited to again partner with the Day- 8
tona Beach West Rotary Club in this worth\
Sfundraisingevent," MandyYork, marketingdiree-
tor for Volusia Mall said. "It was very successful '
last year."
From Nov. 23 through Dec. 24, the second a
annual Rotary Gingerbread Magic event will
be on display itt the JC Penney court in
the mall. "Builders" are encouraged to
seek corporate sponsorships to pay for
the building materials and entrance fee.
SThey are also encouraged to pidl~ a team
together of imaginative architects, ener-
getic designers and capable carpenters, so
to speak.
For consistency,. all entrants will be sup-
plied with a set of gingerbread directions.
which includes recipes and dimension
requirements.
Patrons of the mall will havel the opportunity to stroll
through this miniature town, marveling at the crafts-
mainship and enjoying the whistle of model trains, remi-
niscent of a bygone time.
"Gingerbread Magic will be a holiday adventure down
memory~lane and will create new memories for everyone


*Axe N Shield Pub and
Grill: Mandy Brooke will
perform from 8p.m. to mid-
might, Friday, Nova 14, at
2400 S. Atlantic Ave., Day-
lona Beach Shores. For more
information, call (386) 492-
2916.
*Bank &Blues Club: Day-
tona Bhcies Society "TrIue
Blues" Live Jam open jam
session is held from 8p.m.-1
a.m. each Wednesday at 701
Maill St., Daytona Beach.
This nonprofit group is ded-
icated to preserving and
spreading the love of blues
music. For more informa-


tion and a full events sched-
ule, visit the Web site at
www.DaytonaBluesSo ci-
ety.org.
*Cuvee OceansideWine &
Tapas: "Wine Down
Wednesday" is held each
week, featuring live music.
Bermuda High performs
from 7-10 p.m. each Thurs-
day. John Mackcer takes
requests from 10 p.m. to
midnight, Friday, with a
late-night happy hour.
Breaking Bread performs
from 7-10 p.m., Saturday.
Cuvee Oceanside is located
at 188 E. Granada Blvd.,


Ormond Beach. For more
information, call (386) 615-
4727 or .visit the Web site at
www.cuveeoceanside.com.
*Five O'Clock Charley*
This band willperform from
7-10 p.m., Nov. 14 and Nov.
19, at Julian's Landmark, 88
S. Atlantic Ave., Ormond
Beach, and from 1-5 p.m.,
Nov. 14, at Inlet Harbor, 133
Inilet Harbor Road, Ponce
Inlet. For more information,
visit the Web site at FiveO-
ClockCharley.com.
*Frappes North: Wine
tasting are held at 6 I).m.


the first Tuesday of each
nxonth. Reservations are
required. Live Music Friday
Nights are held from 7-11
p.m. Frappes is located at
123 W. Granada Blvd. in
Ormond Beach. The next
wine tasting will be held at 6
p~t., Tuesday, Nov. 11, with
two whites and two reds and
complimentary appetizers
for all vintages. To make
reservations, call (386) 615-
4888 or visit the Web site at
www.fra.ppesnorth.com.
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more~ information, call (386)
253-4869 or send an e-mail to
graff~cindyanne@hotmail.com.
*The Halifax Consort con-
Cert: Daytona State College's
resident early music ensemble
will perform at 2 p.m. in the
New Smyrna Beach Regional
Library auditorium, 1001 S.
Dixie Freeway. Ensemble
members perform in period
costumes and play replica
instruments including the
recorder, krummhorn, viol,
harpsichord and percussion,
Often the group performs liter-
ary works from such writers as
Shakespeare, highlighting the
music heard during their time
and within their literature.
Members include current and
retired faculty from Daytona
State College and other pro-
fessional fields. This free "Live
in the Library"' performance is
sponsored by Fniends of the
New Smyrna Beach Regional
Library. For more information,
cal/ (386) 424-29 10.
*A Celebration of the Indi-
an River Lagoon: Marine Dis-
covery Center will host an
open house from 10 a.m.-3
p.m. at 162 N. Causeway, New
Smyrna Beach. A ribbon cut-
ting ceremony for the new Dis-
covery Trail will be held at 10
a.m. Estuary Explorations will
take place from 10:30
a.m.-1:30 p.m., along with
Oyster FBash,n Man rove Mania

exhibits, kayak tours, eco tours
and kayak rodeo also will be
featured. The inaugural Card-
board Boat Race will start at
1:45 p.m., followed by a Kayak
Poker Run at 2:30 p.m. Food
and beverages will be provid-
ed. For more information, call
(386) 286-428-4828.
*Timmy Probst Memorial
Songwriters' Showcase: A
$100 cash prize will be award-
ed for the best original song in
the categories of folk, tropical
rock, country, easy listening or
kids' music. This event, spon-
sored by Clancy's Cantina and
hosted by local recording artist
Dian Marshall, will be held at 7
p.m. at Clancy's Cantina, 747 E.
Third Ave., New Smyrna Beach.
Music, food and songwriters
showcasing their best original


music will be featured. Pro-
ceeds will benefit the Timmy
Probst Helping Heart Music
Scholarship Foundation. To
apply for a performance slot
and to be included in the
printed program, call (386)
402-4261 or (386) 689-5553.
*Soup R' Chili Cook-Off:
Ormond Beach MainStreet will
present this annual event from
11 a.m.-3 p.m. at The Case-
ments Cultural Center in
Ormond Beach. Musical enter-
tainment will be provided by
"Reuben and the Lounge
Lizards," a wine/beer garden,
children's corner with blow-up
'jumping castle, slide and
games will be featured.
Ormond's restaurants and chef
teams will compete and serve
soup and chili. Soup R' Chill
judges are Ormond Beach
Mayor Fred Costello and the
City Commissioners. The $10
ticket price will include all-you-
can-eat soup or chili. Children
younger than 12 will be admit-
ted free. For more information,
call (386) 4517-2 138.
*Family Print Shop for All
Ages: Participants will make
prints on the Museum of Arts
& Sciences' 200-pound print-
ing press from 1:30-3 p.m. at
352 5. Nova Road, Daytona
Beach. The cost is $1 5 per fam-
ily for members or $f20 per
family for rion-members.
Reservations are reyu red; call

*Westside's Night Alive
Fundraiser: The fourth annual
Westside's Night Alive Ban-
quet, Silent Auction and Fash-
ion Show will be held from 6-9
p.m. at the Hilton 1-otel in Day-
tona Beach. WNA is a grant-
funded, nonprofit, Volusia
County Schools program de-
signed to provide afterschool
and summer camp enrich-
ment activities and tutoring to
138 targeted children and a
multitude of community out-
reach events, programs and
activities for families and
adults. The fashion show will
feature VCS school administra-
tors and local celebrities and
business folks. Also, Forough
Hosseini will receive WNA

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call (386) 226-6668.
*Giant yard and bake sale:
This event will be held from 8
a.m.-2 p.m. at 383 Prince
Charles Court, Port Orange.
Proceeds will benefit the Day-
tona Beach Chapter
of Gainesville Rabbit Rescue.
*Chinese Auction: This
event will be held at Holy Dor-
mition Byzantine Catholic
Church, 17 Buckskin Lane,
O~rmond Beach-. Doors will
open at II ci.m.; the auction
will start at 1 p.m. Admission is
$5, with 10 prize tickets. Free
coffee and cake will be served
during intermission. For more
information, .call (386) 673-
1856 or (386) 788-4451i.
*Holiday Tea: The Pilot Club
of the Halifax Area will hold
this annual event from 1:30-
3:30 p.m. at the Anderson-
Price Memorial Building, 42 N.
Beach St., Ormond Beach.
Music will be provided by Brad
Yates, and raffle prizes will be
available. Tickets cost $10. For


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display Nov. 15-Feb. 13 at
Southeast Museum of Photog- i
raphy, 1200 International
Speedway Blvd., Daytona
Beach. For more information,
call (386) 506-4475.
*Piano concert: Pianist
Jamila Tekalli will perform at
7:30 p.m. at Daytona State
College Theater Center, 1200
W. International Speedway
Blvd., Daytona Beach. This
classical pianist took first place
in the Yamaha Piano State
Competition, won the Colle-
giate Steinway Indiana State
Competition and was a finalist
in the Stravinsk~y Awards Inter-
national Piano Competition.
Admission is $5 at the door
and free to~ students with
Embry-Riddle ID. This concert
is part of the Arts & Letters
Series. For moire information,
visit http://erau.edu/arts or


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achieve a level' of success and sustain if foi decades, the Doobie Brothers have sold
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cost to attend is a $10 dona-
tion. For ticket information, call
(386) 428-4575.

THURSDAY, NOV. 20

*Festival of Lights Opening
Gala: The Guild of Museum of
Arts & Sciences will sponsor a
champagne reception from 6-
9 p~m. at 352 S. Nova Road,
Daytona Beach. Holiday trees
and wreaths and a silent auc-
tion will be available. The cost
is $35, which includes refresh-
ments, fashion show and
musical entertainment. For
reservations, call (386) 441-
4589.
*$5 Jewelry Sale: This event
will be held from 7 a.m.-4 p.m.
at Bert Fish Medical Center
Schildecker Lobby. Proceeds
will benefit Bert Fish Medical
Center.

ONGOING EVENTS

*The Casements Cultural
Center of Ormond Beach:
Free tours are provided at the'
home of John' D. Rockefeller
from 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Mon-
day-Friday, and~ from 10-11:30
a.rfi., Saturday, at 25 Riverside
Drive, Ormond Beach. Large
groups should call for reserva-
tions at (386) 6 6- 16Piae

Cruise: Featuring the Pirates of
Spruce Creek, cruises are held
una pyat elac 9SaturdaR andd
Port Orange. Costumed pirates
create a live, interactive experi-
ence as young buccaneers
learn navigation, pirate
weaponry, knotting orroe
tying and pirate lingo, all te
while searching for the lost
treasure at Spruce Creek.
Pre-registration is required by
1/linS (3r6Wh 3-0778. Also
the now hiteCottge,
near-replica as seen in the
1937 Walt Disney animated
classic "Snow White and the .
Seven Dwarfs," is located on
the Gamble property. Canoe
and kayak launch and rentals,
g~uidedP eco-history Pontoon
bottusand golf cart tours
of the conservation nature
trails also are available;. For
more information, visit the
Web site at www.OldFloridaPi-
oneer.com or send an e-mail
to crackercreek@OldFloridaPi-
oneer.com.
*Daytona' Metropolitan
Bridge Club: Duplicate Bridge
is played Monday through Sat-
urday at 600 Driftwood Ave.,
Daytona Beach. For the sched-
ule, call (386) 255-7744 or
visit the Web site at www.Day-
tonaBridge.org.

hel af oD :- m.Deaach Fri e
at the City island Recreation
Center, I10 E. Orange Ave.,
Daytona Beach. Music will be
Provided by Talk of the Town
and Dream. The cost is $3,
which. includes a lesson at I
p.m., dancing and refresh-
ments. Singles are welcome.
This event will be held through
Dec. 26. For more information,
call (386) 676-2150.
*Line Dancing: This event is
held at 2:15 p.m. each Thurs-.
day at Sica Hall, 1065 Daytona
Ave., Holly Hill. The cost is $4
fr e rbrnsb ranmo 5 fo non-
tion, call (386) 236-2997.
*Music for Healing: Spon-
sored by the Port Orange Min-
isteriia As oiat on,d" uic forr

it" is held from 12:15-12:45
P.m. each Wednesday at the
All Saints Lutheran Church,
751 Dunlawton Ave., Port
Orange. Musicians from local
churches and schools present
instrumental music for peace-
ful contemplation, reflection,
Ief-care an~d meditations aAn

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public may attend. Instrumen-
tal musicians are needed. For
more information, call (386)
76 1-9 129.


gift for children ages infant to
18. Toys may be dropped off at
the Edgewater branch of River-
side Bank or Legion Post 285.
For more information, cal
(386) 427-8524.

SUNDAY, NOV. 16

*Dayton~a Beach Comic &
Toy Show: This third event will
be held from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at
the Holiday Inn & Suites, 930
N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona
Beach. Fifteen vendors will sell
comics andhtos ute ths bu1

include local artists and writers
for comics, including John
Beatty who has' inked comics
for Marvel and DC, Mark Dial
and -Maura Grundmeyer,
Admission and parking will ie
free. For more information, call
(386) 760-0555 or ~visit the
Web site
http://home.att.net/~ slaw-
sonm/WOC-CONS.html.

TUESDAY, NOV. 18

*'The Violence of Hate
presentation: Jack Levin will
host this free event at 7 p.m. at
Miller Instructional ~Center
auditorium at Embry-Riddle
Aeronautical University. Dr-
Levin, professor of sociology
and cr min logy at Nrtheanstd

author of "Why We Hate,"' will
share his insights on the
lau e hhthatneu ciet d t e
college campuses. Co-spon-
sored by the Diversity Initia-
tives Office, this presentation is
part of the Arts & Letters
Series. For more information,
visit http://erau.edu/arts or
call (386) 226-6668.
*Temple Beth EI's. Annual
Shopper's Night: This event
will take place from 5-9 p.m. at
579 N. Nova Road, Ormond
Beach. Cosmetics, jewelry,
kitchen and household items,
children's items, holiday items
and a New York-style deli will
be available. Also, a raffle will
be held-
*'Surviving Holiday Stress':
This free program will be pre-
sented by Mary Teasley at
10:30 a.m. at the Museum of
Arts & Sciences, 352 S. Nova
Road, Daytona Beach. Refresh-
ments will be served at 10 a.m.
Topics will include realistic
expectations, assertive com-
munication, delegating, having
fun and making good memo-
ries. Ms. Teasley of Ponce Inlet
is a certified life coach. For
more information, visit Guild-
MOAS.org -

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19

*Irish Party: The Irish Ameri-
can Club of Greater Daytona,
will host a dinner-dance at 5
P.m. at Halifax River Yacht Club
in Daytona Beach. Entertain-
ment will be provided by
Tommy & Annette Doyle, play-
ing Irish and American music,
and a cash bar will be avail-
able. Tickets cost $17 per per-
son. For reservations and tick-
els, call (386) 788-1588 or
(386) 760-1288,
*Free Safety & Health Busi-
nress Expo & Seminars: This
event wl be hdfaome9 a.n -

Spa, 600 N. Atlantic Ave., Day-
tona Beach. Free seminars will
include "OSHA Update,"
sLiesson 8Learnded, Stor a
Exhibitors, samples, health
screenings and prizes will be
available. For more informa-
tion, visit www.sunshinesafe-
ty.org. .
*'Fall into Fashion' Lun-
cheon and Fashion Show:
The Port Orange Elkhearts will
host this event at 11 a.m. at
ooe vk Ld~goed g2 uidge-
will be served at noon. Fall
fashions will be presented by
Lily Pad. Drawing for raffle and
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tion Aviard. The WNA founder
and spearhead, Westside Ele-
mentary School's principal Judi
Winch, along with the adviso-
ry-marketing team has raised
funds for the "Field of
Dreams," which includes ten-
nis courts, track, sod, irrigation,
soccer field, fitness park and a
Field of Dreams Dedication
Park. For more information,
call (386) 274-3400, Ext.
52453.
*Blues Brothers perform-
ance: This show will be held at
7 p.m. at the Ormond Beach
Performing Arts Center. Special
guests will include the United
Brethren in Christ Church
Band and "A Dance for the
Fallen Soldier." Tickets cost
81.For more information, call

*Adoption awareness and
celebration event: Communi
ty Partnership for Children and
Calvary Christian Center will
host this event from 10 a.m. to
noon at Calvary Christian Cen-

t ,mo687Be ch. rh keyn t
speaker will be Renee Warren'
Co20- ea -oldd orme Volus a
2006 who will share her story
of adoption, which occurred

b rhday Crkcu te jges Hulb a
L. Grimes, MVargaret W. Hudson .
and Raul A.Zambrano also will
be on hand to finalize four
family adoptions. The program
will be followed with a ques-
tion/answer period and
exhibitor session. Additionally,
the event will feature a sneak
preview of the Heart Gallery, a
pictorial exhibit of children in
Volusia, Flagler and Putnam
counties who are currently
awaiting adoption. The event
is open to the public. For more
information, call (386) 238-
4945.
*Bird Festival: Participants
will learn more about the
wonder of bird migration from
10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Marine
Science Center in Ponce I~nlet
for the annual celebration of
migratory birds, nature and
conservation. Visitors of the
"Wings on the Wind" migratory
biird festival may participate in
classes and lectures about
migratory birds, information
booths, children's activities,
food and music. Admission to
the Marine Science Center will
be free all day. For more infor-
motion, visit the Web site
www.marinesciencecenter.co
m or call (386) 304-5545,
*Open Hangar Day: Time-
less Wings and Wheels will
present this event from 10
a.m.-4 p.m. at American Aero
Services, 333 South St., New
Smyrna Beach. World War II
bombers and fighter aircraft
will be on display. Participants
may bring pet food donations
for the Southeast Volusia
Humane Society. A K-9
demonstration by the Daytona
Beach K-9 Unit will be held at
1 p.m. All prnc eds will bel f

For mreP formation cill
Web site at wvww~timeless-
wingsandwheels.com.

A rcan aLnedgion Elast Sal
Auxiliary Unit will host this sale
from 9 a.rn.-4 p.m. at 119
Howes St., Port Orange. A raf-
fle and white elephant table
will be featured. Proceeds will
benefit a children's Christmas
party. .
*Halifax Historical Soi-
Ret' dhirdAnnualm Cla Fun

at th drfvro 7:3 nnBe~d &
Breakfast. A "Champagne Sup-
per on the Halifax" will be held
to support the Halifax Histori_
cal Museum. The fundraiser
donation is $55 per person
and is tax-deductible. T/ye
guest list is limited to loo peo-
ple by reservations only; call
(386) 255-6976 to attend.
*Fifth annual Toy Run.
American Legion Riders of
American Legion Post 285 will
collect toys for Gifts of Love to
be distributed to local children
at Christmas. Registration will
be held at 8 a.m. at 2102 S.


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a.m. Each hand will cost $10,
including food. At the end of
the ride, there will be door
prizes and raffles for items
such as a scooter and three
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wrten plan and posi'i:
continued joy.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Courage is one of your
strongest assets. The oth-
ers are honesty and perse-
verance. Stand up for your
beliefs and refuse to back
down when you know you
are right. Continue to be
up front with others and
communicate how you
feel. You never accept less
than the best in yourself.
Others draw strength from
your courage.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
There are many new
opportunities coming into
your life right now. Why?
Because of all the positive
changes you have created
with family and work. This
gives you several new
choices in your actions and
results. Change is possible
that will greatly please you
and keep you moving for-
ward. It's time for focus
and action.

Pisces-Feb. 191-March 20
You handle distractions
with grace and ease.
Remember that behind the
storm, the sun still shines "
Your creative flow is com-
ing into a new higher level.
Keep expanding your circle
of influence and responsi-
.bility and you will be
amazed.at how your, bril-
liance and tenacity will
amaze others, including
yourself. Follow through
and all will be well.

A voice of hope

Come visit me at the
Pineapple Festival in
Jensen Beach, Friday
through Sunday, Nov. 14-
16. It's a lot of fun.
visit my new web site, per-
sonalspiritguide.com and
sign up for a free weeklY
inspirational message.
Have a starry week, every-
one-


Emily Tyler, 9, of
Daytona Beach,
had her face
painted during
Tomoka Elemen-
tary School's
annual Fall Festival
in Ormond Beach
recently.














Randy Barber
staff photographer


236-0518 or visit the Web site
at www.hotspotcof-
feeshoppe.com.
*Inet Harbor: Then2Now
performs at 6 p.m., Friday,
and Caribbean Posse per-
forms from l-5 p.m., Satur-
day.
*Julian's Restaurant: John-
ny Lambrusco will per-form
Saturday, Nov. 15. He will
sing various songs, from
1940s Swing and timeless
standards to the '70s. For
more information, call (386)
677-6767orvisit www.john-
nylambrusco.com.
*No~rood's Restaurant
and Wine Shop: Free wine
tasting are held from 5-7
p.m. each Friday on the deck
and Saturday in the shop
with complimentary
cheeses. Norwood's is locat-
ed at 400 Second Ave., New
Smyrna Beach. For more
information, call (386) 428-
4621.
*Ohana Luau Dinner
Show* This dinner show
spectacular and family-style
feast, with a 6:30 p~m. seat-
ing, dinner served at 7:15
p.m. and show time at 7:30
p.m., is held Thursday, Friday
and Saturday, at the Hawaiin
Inn, 2301 S. Atlantic
Ave., Daytona Beach Shores.
Participants will learn tradi-
tional dances with Polyne-
sian women, warriors and
keikis (children). A flaming
fire kn~ife dance and hula
with audience participation
will be featured. For more
information, call (386) 255-
5411, Ext. 186, or visit


www.ohanaluau.com.
*OM Bar & Chill Lounge:
Free wine tasting are held
from 4-8 p.m. each Sunday at
392FlaglerAve., New Smyrna
Beach. Tasters will have a
selection of up to10different
wines. Acoustic performanc-
es are provided by Rhonda
Patrick. Free salsa lessons are
given at 8 p.m. each Thurs-
day, with open salsa dancing
held from 9 p.m.-1 a.m. For
more information, call (386)
423-2727 or visit the Web site
atwww.theombar.com.
*Ormond Beach Eagles
No. 3800: Games are played
at noon each.Thursday. One
; mini jackpot and door prizes
will be available. Free coffee
and doughnuts will -be
served. Proceeds got to
chartists. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 672-3663.
*Ormond Beach Senior
Center: The Vagabonds per-
form from 2-4 p.m. once per
month. For more informa-
tion, call(1386) 763-0355.
*Peanut's Restaurant &
Sports Bar: Cheap Thrills will
perform at 9 p.m., Friday and
Saturday. Open Jam Night is
held at 8 p.m. each Sunday.
The Pirates perform at 8 p.m.
each Thursday. Texas Hold
'em is played at 6 p.m. each
Monday and Thursday and
at 2 p.m., Saturday. Comedy
Auction is held at 7 p.m. each
Tuesday. Peanut's is located
at 421 Flagler Ave., New
Smyrna Beach. For more
information, call (386) 423-
1469.
*Seabreeze Coffee Con-


nection: A hand drum circle.
is, held at 8 p.ni. each
Wednesday at 315 Seaibreeze
Blvd., Daytona Beach. For
more information, visit the
.Web site at www.drumcir-
cle.meetup.com/327.
*Venetian ~Bay Toiwn and
Country Club: Party in the
Parkis held from 1-*5 p.m. the
third Saturday of each month
at 424 Luna Bella Lane, New
Smyrna Beach. "Reload" will
perform, and barbecue by
James McCullough and line
dancing demos by The Quail
Hollow Line Dancers wlill be
featured Nov. 15. Lawn chairs
are suggested; no coolers.
Admission is free. Also, a
farmers' market is held from
8 a.m.-1 p.mj. each Saturday
at the town center. For more
information, call (386) 428-
8448.
*The Vin'Yard: A Holiday
Open House will be held
from 5-7 p.m., Thursday, Nov.
20, atl1395 W. Granada Blvd.,
Ormond Beach. A dozen dif-
ferent wines will be tasted, all
of which are suitable for
Thanksgiving/ holiday
meals. Wines wiill be light,
pleasant and easy to drink.
Food samples also will be
featured. There is no charge
to attend. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 672-5223.-
*Wine Warehouse New
Smyrna Beach: Free wine
tasting are held from 4-7
p.m. each Friday at 636 Third
Avenue, New Smyrna Beach.
Six wines are tasted. For more
information, call (386) 426-
6133.


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blues musicians perform
seven days a week. Thom
Chambers hits the stage
from 6-10 p.m., Monday and
Tuesday. Special guests pre-
miere each Wednesday. Mark
Hodgson performs at 6 p.m.
each Thursday and Friday
and at 7 p.m. Saturday and
Sunday. The Garlic is located
at 556 E. Third Ave., New
Smyrna Beach. For more
information, call (386) 424-
6660.
*HotSpot Coffee Shoppe:
A music and open mic event
with hosts Bob Wind and
Charlie Poplees is held from
noon to 3 p.m. each Tuesday.
Slow Circle Jam is held from
7-9 p.m. each Wednesday
with Bob Wind. Participants
will learn howjam; all instru-
ments are welcome.
Singer/guitaristsWes Malone
and Bob Wind host a music
and open mike event from 7-
11 p.m. each Thursday and
Friday. There is no cover
charge for any event. For
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purpose, wholeness and
joy. Life doesn't get any
better than this.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
The upcoming holidays
will provide you with a
number of opportunities to
advance your life and
career. You will see new
ways to use your many tal-
ents. Your loyalty and hard
work is legion. Your light
continues to shine. Keep
creating new plans and
stay focused on your goals.
Follow your gut instinct
when all else fails and
emerge' victorious over life-

Libra-Sept. 23-0Ct. 22
Your continued belief in
others is the spark that
keeps you moving and
-going in the right direction.
You need little policing
because you are what jus-
tice is all about. You
alwa s sense the ri ht
thing toedo and thena ::

with large challenges.
Keep focused on your top
priorities and nothing will
slow you down or halt your
progress.

Scorpio- Oct. 23-Nov. 21
You always give 100 per-
cent, especially when your
heart is in it. This is the key
for your present and future
success. If your heart isn't
in it, don't do it. Refuse to
allow the world to back
you in a corner. This is
paramount to your happi-
ness, abundance and joY-
Continue to move your
dreams forward and enjoy
tremendous success.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Recent success makes you
want even more. Just be
sure to finish what you
start. Your strong earthly
grounding is a major factor
in your success. Your high
spirit' drives you even
more. Keep it as simple as
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Could be too late for Halifax, but Indian River can be saved


;----'~8;~ FISHING
F""s. '~ WITH
-~iDAN
DAN SMITH
1 :

Tropical Storm Fay. Lawn
fertilizers, pesticides, auto
drippings and worse were
washed into the river and
trapped there by the poor
flow that has resulted from
careless bridge construc-
tion.
Fay was in August, and
still there is no sign of that
nasty brown water leaving.
This happens each time the
area receives any substan-


Friday, November 14, 2008


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tial amount of rain. Most of
the fish have left. Soon the
river will be unable to
support any marine life.
In the past 30 years, I have
seen the number of fisher-
men on the river decline,
though the number of boats
registered in the county
jumped significantly. A
major effort of state and
federal government could
restore the Halifax, but no .
one seems interested.
That is not true of the
Indian River. Government
and private studies abound
concerning the care and use
of the Indian River Lagoon,
which extends from Ponce
south to the Stuart area.


Universities from as far
away as Virginia are actively
working to devise a plan to
prolong the health of the
Indian River,
As fishermen numbers
declined on the Halifax,
they exploded onto the
redfish-rich Indian. With
waters as green and clear as
the Keys, the estuary
appears to be healthy, but
the damages of overuse are
evident to those of us who
fish it.
The little fishing village of
Oak Hill has done a good
job in limiting growth, but
you can be sure that
developers are only waiting
for their chance at the miles


of pristine shoreline. Which
way it goes will depend on
the stewardship of the
county and the towns along
its banks. It is probably too
late for the Halifax, but
please, let's save the Indian.
Take the time to let your
elected officials know that
we treasure that waterway
and don't want it harmed.

Dan Smith has fished the
waters ofVolusia County for
40 years. When he's not
fishing, the retired contrac-
tor is heavily involved with
the Ormond Beach Histori-
cal Tr-ust. For questions or
comments send an e-mail to
apesl23@mybluelight.com.


Years of dumping nutri-
ent-rich treated water from
Daytona Beach, Holly Hill
and Ormond Beach has
ended any hope of a natural
recovery. Those of us who
fish the Tomoka Basin area
know that at least twice a
year, the Ormond Beach
waste water treatment plant
is cleaned, and phosphate-
rich waste is dumped into
the canals that feed the
river. This is evidenced by
the sickly thick foam that
floats on the basin and lines
the shore. The other cities
are just as guilty.
At this writing, the Halifax
is several feet above normal
due to the run off from


gateway to two
rivers. To the north is
the historic Halifax and to
the south the legendary
Indian. Both are important
estuaries of the Atlantic and
both are in serious trouble.
The shorter of the two, the
Halifax, which was connect- ,
ed to the Matanzas River in -
the late 1800s, has suffered a
serious decline in water
quality for decades. As the
population grew in eastern
Volusia County, the Halifax
lost its sea grasses and most
of its living shellfish and
mangroves. Now the
bottom is mostly sludge
that will support little life.


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Golf tournament to
benefit scholarships

The 14th annual Gus
Sliger Memorial Golf Tour-
nament will be held Friday,
Nov. 14, at Venetian Bay.
Registration will. begin at
8 a.m., with a shotgun start
at 9 a.m.
Proceeds will fund schol-
arships for memberss and
their families.
For inore information, call
(386) 226-1414.

VFW to host golf
10urnament

Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post 3282 will host the inau-
gural Veterans' Day Golf
Tournament Saturday, Nov.
22 at Crane Lakes G61f
Course, with an 8 a.m. shot-
gun start.
The cost is $40 per person
and $18 for Crane Lake Club
members.
Lunch, beer, prizes,
awards and 50/50 raffle will
be held afterward at Post
3282.

PAL to hold

COmpetitive
basketball tryoutS

Port Orange Police Athlet-
ic League will hold tryouts
for boy's and girl's 10u, 12u
and 14u competitive bas-
ketball teams at 6 p.m., Sat-
urday, Nov. 15, a the Port
Orange City Gym-
For more information, call
(386) 756-5325.

FunCoast Classics will

begin Nov. 14
Florida Health Care Plans
will host the FunCoast Clas-
sic games for the 2008-2009
school~ year. The FunCoast
Classics showcase the best


Unified Tae Kwon Do
instructor Scott Racki

brraceTia Cmrna 10,
of Daytona Beach,
during Tomoka
Elementary School's
annual fall FeStiVal
in Ormond Beach
recently.

















Randy Barber
staff photographer


high school seniors in Volu-
sia and Flagler counties and
include volleyball (girls),
football and basketball
(girls and boys).
The east teams for each

enti tlcaont tFaoherP Lpz
Mainland, Seabreeze and
Spruce Creek high schools
and Calvary Christian
Academy. The west teams
feature players from New
Smyrna Beach and Taylor
high schools and Trinity
Christian and Warner
Christian academies.
During the year, more
than 1,000 college coaches
will be itivited to scout
Volusia and Flagler coun-
ties' finest athletes at the
events.
In support of holiday
community food drives,
everyone attending the
FunCoast Football Classic
at Municipal Stadium on
Thursday, Dec. 11 is asked


to make a canned food
donation.
The FunCoast Violleyball
Cadsic wi11be1 IedtatS7pp.um.
Creek High School.
All FunCoast Classics are
fre~eato heeapubli aHelh
Care Plans presented the
Five Star Conference with a
donation of just over $3,300
with additional donations
going to Father Lopez,
Warner Christian and Trini-
ty Christian academies.


Over the past seven years,
Florida Health Care Plans
has donated more than
$30,000 to high school ath-
letics in Volusia and Flagler
counties as part of the Fun-

CloFrid Heat Care Plans
is a community-owned,
nonprofit healthcare organ-
ization serving residents of
Volusia and Flagler coun-
ties.

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Showing her stuff


Ocean Center to host
NCAA men's
basketball
tournament

The second annual Glenn
Wilkes Classic will kick off
the 2008/2009 NCAA Inen's
basketball season Nov. 21-
23 at the Ocean Center,
Teams from Marshall
University, Morgan State
University, University of
Wisconsin-Green Bay, Uni-
versity of Utah, University
of Mississippi and Rollins
College will compiete-in the
three-day event.
The schedule is as fol-
lows:
Friday, Nov.- 21: Marshall
University vs. Morgan State
University at 2 p.m.; Rollins
College vs. University of
.Wisconsin-Green Bay at
4:15 p.m.; and University of
Utah vs. University of Mis-
sissippi at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 22: Univer-
sity ofWisconsin-Green Bay
vs. Marshall Univei-sity at 2
p.m. and Morgan State Uni-
versity vs. University of
Utah at 4:15 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 23: Universi-
ty of Wisconsmn-Green Bay
vs. Morgan State Universi y

SUniers tymyst ~Udiverst o

si paayaickets cost $10
for adults and $5 for chil-
dren 12 and younger
accompanied by an adult.
Three-day tickets cost $25
for adults and $10 for chil-
dren 12 and younger
accompanied by an adiilt.
Applicable service charges
will be applied to all tickets.
Tickets are on sale at the
Ocean Center box office
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mon-
day through Friday, all Tick-
etmaster outlets, online at
www.Ticketmaster.com or
by phone at (407) 839-3900.
For more information,
visit the Web site at
www.glennwilkesclassic.co
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was born.
For a while, the two
networks coexisted nicely.
Then someone got the
idea to link the two
networks, and voila, the
Internet was born.
The concept of the
Internet is truly incredible
and gives definition to the
term "information age.
At the click of a button,
all of the world's accumu-
lated knowledge is avail-
able to anyone who knows
where to look.
If knowledge is power,
then anyone with a
computer "ob the wire" is
now potentially a very
powerful someone. ~
The early 1990s brought
a new era to the Internet.
This was when ordinary
people were allowed
access without having to
~go through a military


computer or a university
system.
Suddenly, everyone
could have an e-mail
address and search
databases once accessible
only by scientists, histori-
ans and military person-
nel.
Also, the decentralized
approach of computer
networking has led to
advances such as the
World Wide Web, a way to
exchange information
with words, sounds, video
and pictures.
Never before in history
have people had access to
such an incredible
amount of information.
Children can find help
with their homework as
well as play games with
other people in other
parts of the world, kind of
like pen pals with a high-


tech twist.
Adults can do invest-
ment research online, take
a college class from their
own homes or even see
their grandchildren take
their first steps as they talk

oThe 1is toe p n ad on.
The thing to remember
about the Internet is that
it is boundless. There is no
central agency running
the show, nor are there
any limits. It is a constant-
ly evolving medium.
We can only guess
where the Internet will
take us next, but we can
rest assured, the Internet
is here to stay, even in the
event of a nuclear war.

Sean McCarthy fixes
computers. He can be
reached at (772) 408-0680
or help@ComputeThisOn-
line.com (no hyphens).


and that it was good.
Let's start wiith a little
history.
The Internet has been
around for almost 40
years. It started when the
U.S. Defense Department
hired the Advanced
Research Projects Agency
to create a computer
network that would be
impervious to nuclear
attack. The result was
ARPANET, a bunch of
computers connected to
each other with no single
computer in charge. This
way, if the Commies (we
were in the heart of the
Cold War at this time) ever
decided to nuke us, the
computer network would
still work.
I guess one benefit of
the Internet is that in the
event of a nuclear war, you
will still get your e-mail.


question took me
M xwf'completely by
surprise.
She asked such a basic
question, I was at a loss to
answer her. I thought the
answer was obvious.
"Why should I bother
with the Internet?" she
asked. "I've gotten along
without it for all these
years, why should I spend
my time learning my way
around the Internet when
I can pick up an encyclo-
pedia or go to a library
and find out whatever I
need to?"
I was shocked. I was
flabbergasted. I was
stumped!
I had never really sat
down and thought about
just what the Internet was
good for. I had always just
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S acious 4/2 on almost
3 4 acre in quiet cul-de
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Better Homes & Proper-
ties, Lou Balsano, Real-
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ORMOND BEACH
Amazing 5B 13BAm Rr

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PORT ORANGE Fantas-
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SOUTH DAYTONA New
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lots of upgrades, wood&
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Ready Now $159,900.
904-613-6001





Sac ous HI d 2bwrl
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$114,900. Better Homes
& Properties, Zoraida
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386-795-6550


DAYTONA BEACH ES.
TATES $95 down $95
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Streets in, electric in.
Nine lots left No credit
check. 386-566-7239
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
New log cabin shell on
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homesites from $99,900
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TENNESSEE MOUN-
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Top Cabin Site on
Breathtaking 5 acres-
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Morel Near Dale Hollow
Lake $24,900. Owner
Financing 330-699-1585



DAYTONA BEACR Col-
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la~ua n.db wd, 2r, r20b
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Clean home, great park.
$16,900 386-677-8659
ORMOND BEACH- 55+
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386-672-1276
ORMOND BEACH- Live
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A rat3/buy xi dc %
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util rm. .Flyfurn incld
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386-316-5530
PORT ORANGE New
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tion to rent or buy land,
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F.O.B. Factory. Single
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GEORGIA, BEAUTIFUL
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Ony$59,900. Owner
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NE TENNESSEE LAND
Several parcels available.
11acres surveyed mtn
land, hardwoods, views,
on hwy 94. $2900/ac.
terms 352-483-4546
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAIN
GET-A-WAYS
New log cabin shell on
1.1 wooded acres.
$99,900. 8acres
w/mountain spring only
$59,900, Waterfront
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$29,900-$89,900.
828-247-9966(Codel9)
PERRY FLORIDA- Love-
ly 4BR, 2.5 Bath, 2400
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$229,000. Call (home
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Beautiful building tract,
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Marion, $21,900. Low
Down. Owner financing.
1-803-505-2161
SOUTH CAROLINA
Bamberg County .Hunt.
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Near I-95. Secluded
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timber. 42acres- 85acres-
120acres- 235acreS-
500acres- 730acres, on
Little Salkahatchie River.
Below market!!
Call owner:
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wlRiverfront& River Ac-
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TENNESSEE Crossville
small farm 35 acres.
Bring your livestock &
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property. $8500 an acre.
931-788-3885
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granite coulntertop &
private full bath. Signage
avail. 1-3 offices avail.
$750mo. No lease or 1st
mo free with 1 year lease.
386-322-3600


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$400 dble. 386-322-3600

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1-term. Incl. water, cable,
3601 S. Atlantic Ave.
Details: 386-767-2029
DAYTONA SHORES-
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renovated, furn. Pool,
gym, gar pkg $1295/mo.
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$1350/mo 630-248-2194
ORMOND BEACH- 2/1
tbeauti Infoceaniew na t

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PiONCE INLET O c~eban
Cm leteleacrenno aed
No smoking, $1200/mo.
Small pet. 407-873-1564

POceRfrontORANE Eiency
Condo. All utilities include.
ed. $650/mo, $650 / de-
posit. Available Now!


$850moa386-21299
PORT ORANGE GaRuted

Village io 3/2.Resot style,


gym, pool, W/D, cable,.
water incl. $1950 gets
you $975 mo.+ secl!
Pedep.954-913-0112


RENTIROW
SO. DAYTONA- Bg
2/2, $625/mo. Lrg bright
freshly painted, spotless.
Off Ridgewood near
Publix. Incl. water/ sew-
er. Susan 386-212-7978


W 0 W
VERO BEACH: Move in
special Newly remod-
eled. Ibr & 2br from
$575. Tile, New agppl.
&Roseetto72B- 13Parks
*.et . 001
. e a ~m
DAYTONA BEACH 3br
2ba lel appl incids W/D
nsedbetween river &
downtown. Quiet neghhd
$900. mo 386-295-3194
DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
3 blocks to beach, Huge



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DAYTONA- HOLLY HILL
Absolute best value


fans, located off Nova &
3rd St. $925 + util
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h70/o 38 16- 84
ORMOND BCH- North-
brod, r 3hbur bak/2CGI
eat-mn area, fireplace,
beautiful area. $1200/mo.
386-441-7080 /366-0296
ORMOND BEACH- 55+
gated comm. Furn. 2/2,
carport, yard, LakeViewl
3 polselubhouses,m re
$900mo. 386-673-2963
ORMOND BY THE SEA
Cute 2/2/1, C/H/A, FL
room,. shed, w/d hook-
pno pets, $850/mo.
407-423-97037







1938 CHEVY Street Rod
Chevy V-8 auto. A/C-
Altm st pereddoct on~dit on
$22,500 561-767-0441

DODGE VIPER '00 GTS
Coupe Red. 8000 original
miles, mint cond $52,900
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Annual $2300. Seasonal
available. Call Realtor.
561-775-0639
VERO BEACH vacation

3brnegate rn m, p5 r
Close to ocean & 95.
$1800/mo 305-992-3170


ORMOND BY THE SEA
Spacious 2/1, tile thru
out, w/d hook up, C/HIA,
detached I garage, off
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PORT ORANGE-
very clean doublewide

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smoking/pets $750/mo.
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br ,h Grea tm so $ 1 1r
mo. + dep 304-421-6828
ORMOND -TOWNHOME
for rent $1100ma. 3BR,
2BA n26Go.Hali ax Plan-
Lanal 386-615-0742 or
386-295-5580
ORMOND BEACH Trails
272 Tmberline T 2bsto y



po $ n0o. ose uiy
386-677-8888
ORMO bDa cRAlz eH
place, end unit w/2 court
yards. 1600sf. Leaselsale
$995.mo 386-672-9991
PELICAN BAY AREA
Lg. 2br/1.5ba townhome,
NerEmbrey Riddle &
Public shop cg.6e9nymo
offered, call 386-767-6533
SOUTH DAYTONA
2br/1.5ba townhouse,
central loc, incl trash
pick-u";,p &pst. $650/mo.


pool area, w Ik to beach,
golfstores. $11000/mo.
30sec. 386-761-7029
DAYTONA -Riverfront

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utilities incl. Huge POOL.
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Water veSouthern
exposure $800/mo+
electric. 518-848-4472


17' WELLCRAFT 1999
Boat with trailer, well
maintained, stored inside.
$4000/obo 386-547-4862
20' GODFREY Deckboat
2007' 115HP Yamaha
4i-stroke. 39 running hrs.
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34' WELLCRAFT Scarab
II, 1985. Twin 454's,
clean fast cigarette boat,
fully equipped, ready to
run, stl ecdanrae, aee~ps u
ty. $19,500/OBO. e-mail
for photos & details at
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plank $1,000, slalom ski
with boot, new $300.
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23' AL-LMAND 1970
Pleasure Boat.
Fiberglass-hardtop with
bracket, no motor.
$1000/obo,386-295-7180
25' CHECKMATE 454
Engine 1989. Runs great!
38w tre,-4dual axle.

Spirit CRUIs RSr L 34
A Board. Ar/e or stove
enlsrclor TV, AM/
FclCsDur, HFo plus more
Sleeps 6. Runs great,
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Priced to sell: $26,900
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HURRICANE DECK
BOAT 20ft, 1997, 115
HP Yamaha outboard,
new tandem axie alum.
trlr $9950 386-383-4903


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