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Vol. 4, No. 12 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, April 17, 2009


i, Hometown News
readers,


Restaurant shooter
arrested

Daytona Beach police
said a man who fired
several rounds into a
Denny's Restaurant on
International Speedway
Boulevard was captured in
Ocala and arrested. Investi-
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20, a student at Bethune-
Cookman University, faces
a host of charges after the
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Board wants historic trees


saved from storm water project


By Bill Borden
For Hometown News

DAYTONA BEACH A plan to
cut down four historic oak trees on
South Street for a storm water proj-
ect was protested by the city's tree
advisory board and a master
arborist said the plan goes too far
and the trees can be saved.
"They are overestimating the
potential damage to these trees,"


Carried

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said Chuck Lippi.'Whoa4lso recently
consulted on two oak trees at city
hall. "In my opinion, the damage
would not be that great. There are
ways around this."
The two-block stretch on South
Street between U.S.-1 and Beach
Street has two 93- x 64-inch corru-
gated metal pipes under the street
that engineers describe as decay-
ing and in need of replacement.
The system is one of three that car-
ries untreated storm water from


west of U.S.-I to the '-NER"GY E
Halifax River.
City Engineer
Shannon Ponitz .I -
-said that along with
the oaks, which .l
range in width
from 39 to 57
inches, workers will also
have to remove palm, camphor
and hickory trees within the right-
of-way that are in conflict with the
required utility work and roadway


con-
struction. A wide trench
will have to be dug to accommo-
See TREES, A7


Ormond garage gets green flagfrom city


By Wayne Grant
For Hometown News

ORMOND BEACH -
Many visitors to Ormond
Beach seek one of the
most famous landmarks
in the area, the Ormond
Garage. Unfortunately, it
burned down in 1976
.:.but may soon be resur-
rected in model form.
The organization that
wants to build the replica
has responded to earlier


concerns about the
beachside location and
now has the green flag
from Ormond Beach
Leisure Services. The
board members approved
the project April 8, after a
presentation was made by
Suzanne Heddy, repre-
senting the Motor Racing
Heritage Association. It
now only needs a final
nod from the City Com-
mission.
Ms. Heddy said she


works at the Ormond
Beach Welcome Center,
and at least once a day, a
visitor asks about the
location of the garage or at
least mentions it.
The Ormond Garage
became a big part of rac-
ing history after it was
built by Henry Flagler in
1904 so his hotel guests
would have a place to
work on the cars they
drove on the beach. Rac-
ing became popular,


speed records were set,
arid the area became know
as "The Birthplace of
Speed."
The garage replica will
House two replicas of his-
toric racecars and will be
on display at Birthplace of
Speed Park at the corner
of Granada Boulevard and
State Road A1A.
Ms. Heddy addressed
earlier concerns about
constructing the replica
near the ocean, saying the


garage will protect the
cars from corrosion. The
garage roof and walls, she
said, will be made of cedar
shake, which will weather
to a silver color and not
require maintenance. Visi-
tors will view the cars
through windows, which
will be shatterproof.
She said it would be
built to city specifications
by a licensed contractor at

See GARAGE, A4


1 Officials: Don't be bitten
Mosquito control takes multiple approaches


Staff photo by Jeanne Willard
Jonas Stewart, Volusia County mosquito control director, shows off
a mosquito trap used to determine which of 40 species of mosqui-
toes are prevalent in the area.


By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
Editor's note: This is part of an
ongoing series featuring services pro-
vided by the Volusia County Health
Department.

VOLUSIA COUNTY- Tiny mosqui-
to larvae wriggled back and forth in a
plastic container of water on Jonas
Stewart's desk last week.
The fact that some will soon emerge
as pesky blood suckers doesn't faze
the Volusia County mosquito control
director.
"They don't bother me," he said.
That's because the, veteran mosqui-
to expert has been working to control
mosquitoes in Volusia County for
more than 30 years.
But for most people, nothing ruins
an outdoor gathering quicker than
mosquitoes feasting on the guests.
And there are plenty of the annoy-
ing and often disease carrying pests in
the local area.


Among the 74 species of nmosqui-
toes in Florida, 40 are found in Volusia
County, Mr. Stewart, said.
It doesn't take long for the pests to
multiply, he said, especially as we
head into the hot summer months.
Female mosquitoes lay their eggs in
water and it. only takes seven to 10
days for adults to emerge, he said.
"Then they go out flying," Mr. Stew-
art said, "looking for blood."
Although many may associate mos-
quito control with the light-flashing,
pesticide-fogging trucks that roam
the neighborhoods at dusk, that is
only one of the many tools used by the
county to fight the pests.
"That's just a small part of what we
do," Mr. Stewart said. "That's sort of a
last resort because at that point they
are biting people."
The key to mosquito control is pre-
vention and eradicating the immature
mosquitoes before, they reach the
adult stage, he said.
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Society will hold its annual
Ormond Beach "Relay For
Life" fund raising event at
Prince of Peace Catholic
church on April 24 and 25.
There will also be an event
in Daytona Beach on the
same weekend.
The Ormond Beach
event kicks off at 5:30 p.m.
on April 24, with a ceremo-
nial first lap walk by local
cancer survivors in cele-
bration of winning the
fight against cancer and
concludes at 8 a.m. on the
25th after 15 hours of con-
tinuous walking by hun-
dreds of volunteers.


ACS expects 39 teams of
volunteers to participate
in the event this year: Rep-
resentatives of each team
will take over after the cer-
emonial first lap and alter-
nately walk all night as
part of the fundraiser.
The events.are held at
night because "Cancer
Never sleeps." The Prince
of Peace Catholic Church,
which is located at 600 S.
Nova Road in Ormond
Beach, donates its facili-
ties for the overnight event
as well as for other related
American Cancer Society
events throughout the
year, said Jamie Anderson,
field representative for the
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it. The teams generally
include survivors, friends,
family members, co-work-
ers or anyone else who
wants to help raise funds
for the society. Each team
member is expected to
raise at least $100 with his
or her participation.
The teams work
throughout the year to
raise funds for the society
and conclude each year's
fundraising efforts with
the "Relay For Life."
Although ACS expects 39
teams to participate in the
Ormond Beach event this
year, they would like to
have more.


This years theme for
the Ormond Beach
event is "There is No
Holiday From Cancer'
Teams of volunteers
create fundraising
opportunities by


selecting one of the
nation's holidays and
building a theme
around it.

Their goal is to raise
$68,000. Some corporate
donations are less this
year, according to Ms.
Anderson, so ACS is work-
ing harder to replace the
lost corporate revenue
with more individual
donations.
Money collected from
the Ormond Beach Relay
For Life event will stay in
the community and be
used in the Volusia and
Flagler county area to
assist cancer patients in
their battle with the dis-
ease.
Walking is an important
part -of the Relay for Life
eveht, but it is not the only
thing the teams do. Each
team will set up a booth at
the event and offer a vari-
ety of activities and enter-
tainment for the public to
come out and enjoy.
'Some will be offering
raffles and prizes to
increase their fundraising,
while others will be doing
crafts and offering refresh-
ments for sale.
"There are a variety of
things for people to come
out and enjoy seeing or
doing that night, so we
encourage the public to
join us during this impor-
tant fund raising event,"
Anderson said. "We want
everyone to come out and
have fun with us as we cel-
ebrate our wins in the bat-
tle against cancer."
Community members
who want to join in the
fight against cancer or
donate their time or
money or would like more
information about the
program, may call ACS at
(386) 274-3274 ext. 5855 or
contact Ms. Anderson at
Jamieanderson2@cancer.o
rg.


Information about the
Ormond Relay event can
also be found at their Web
site:
www.Ormondrelay.com.
For information on the
Daytona Beach relay, visit
the Web site www.relayfor
life.org/daytonafl.
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Holly Hill relay to be held
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By Wayne Grant
For Hometown News

ORMOND BEACH In
these troubled times, it
might be helpful to clear
the mind of worry and take
a relaxing walk. Some local
residents believe a
labyrinth provides this
opportunity and, they are
working to raise enough
money to construct one in
Ormond Beach Central
Park.
A labyrinth is an ancient
design with a circular path,
which leads the walker to
the center and then back to
the entrance. Proponents
say it allows a spiritual,
meditative. walk, reducing
anxiety and bringing about
relaxation. A labyrinth has
existed in Chartres Cathe-
dral in France since 1204,
and visitors to San Francis-
co can find one in Grace
Cathedral.
Joan Baliker, one of the
project organizers, strongly
believes in the_ healing
properties of the labyrinth
and.wanted to share them.
"We just think it's,,spch a


wonderful contribution to
the community," Ms. Balik-
er, a sculptor and interfaith
minister, said. "My main*
intent is the medical bene-
fits of people. It'll be there a
long, long time and it'll be
free. What is free these
days?"
Ms. Baliker and her friend
Carol Bertrand, a painter,
explained the health bene-
fits and aesthetics of a
labyrinth to the Leisure Ser-
vices Department late last
year, and got the go-ahead
.to paint a design at Central
Park for World Healing Day
on December 31, 2008.
In order to have a perma-
nent labyrinth that would
not require any mriainte-
nance by the city, Ms. Balik-
er and Bertrand later pro-
posed a labyrinth painted
on concrete. After raising
enough money to get start-
ed, the two took the pro-
posal to the Ormond Beach
City commission, which
approved the project on
April 7.
At the commission meet-
ing, Ormond Beach Mayor
Fred Costello thanked the


organizers.
"This is an idea some
people had and they decid-
ed to do it themselves. They
didn't ask us to do it for
them and I love it. It's won-
derful.".
The labyrinth is actually
the second in Ormond
Beach. Ms. Baliker and
Bertrand painted one on
the floor of the gazebo at
Memorial Arts Gardens sev-
eral years ago. Ms.
Bertrand's husband, Jim,
said the popularity of the
one in the gazebo indicates
how much the public
enjoys them. "We've had a
lot of people comment on it
and tell us how much they
appreciate it. We've been
there many times when
people have been walking.
it. The nearby Presbyterian
church brought 50 kids and
their parents to walk it."
They only need a couple
of hundred more dollars in
donations to start pouring
the concrete for the first
stage of the project. The
next step will be to raise:
money to paint the con-
crete with a highly-durable


Joan Baliker (left)
and Carol
SBertrand (far right)
Sof Ormond Beach
work together on
Sthe new labyrinth
in Central Park
Monday as Patti
Sehi (center)
traverses a path.













Randy Barber
staff photographer


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paint. Finally, they plan to
ask garden clubs if they
would be interested in
landscaping. In addition to
receiving money from indi-
viduals, they have received
valuable donations in
material and labor from
local companies.
Donations from individ-,
uals are accepted in any
amount. Those who
donate $100 will be recog-
nized with an engraved
brick bordering the
entrance, Mr. Bertrand
said.
The labyrinth is in Cen-
tral Park, cut into the grass
and marked with paint. It's
located on Hammock Lane
west of the Central Park
parking area. A sign facing
Hammock Lane marks the
location and instructions
for walking the labyrinth
are available at the site.
The labyrinth is main-
tained by Ms. Baliker and
Ms. Bertrand and their
husbands.
For more. information,
call the Leisure Services
director at (386) 676-3279
Or Joan. Baliker at (386)
44-I-8025.


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Randy Barber/staff photographer
Ashley Radford, 3, of Ormond Beach, puts her creative
touch to work while coloring an Easter mural during the
tenth annual Hippity Hop event at McDonald's restaurant
in Ormond Beach last Thursday. Victor Pappa, franchise
owner of McDonald's, partnered with the Ormond Beach
Leisure Services to give a special free Easter celebration
for children and their families.


B-CU faculty research

paper published


For Hometown News
Volnews@hometownnewsol.com
An academic research
paper authored by two facul-
ty members at the Bethune-
Cookman University's
School of Business has been
accepted for publication in a
special issue of the Journal of
Interdisciplinary Economics.
Dr. Aysar Philip Sussan, asso-
ciate professor of interna-
tional business, and Dr. E. M.
Ekanayake, associate profes-
sor of economics, wrote the
paper titled "U.S. Vertical
and Horizontal Intra-Indus-
try Trade Patterns with the


Middle East."
Dr. Sussan presented the
paper at the Ninth annual
International Business
Research conference held
recently at the University of
North Florida's Coggin Col-
lege of Business. Acceptance
of the paper for publication
was based on the peer review
of nearly 70 papers present-
ed at the conference. Only
the top five papers will be
published. Publication is
scheduled for 2010.
The paper focuses on the
patterns of U.S. trade and
investment with countries in
the Middle Eastern region.


Garage
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the expense of the Motor
Racing Heritage Associa-
tion. She said she didn't
think raising money would
be a problem.
Ms. Heddy said the facili-
ty will be lit, but with, very
low liglt at night.
Robert Carolin, Leisure
Services director,
expressed concerned about
keeping the windows
clean, since they will be
exposed to the ocean air.
Ms. Heddy said that she
was sure someone from the
group would volunteer.
Contacted by e-mail,
Ormond Beach Mayor
Fred Costellosaid, "I think
using a model of the
Ormond Garage to protect
the replica race cars is a
fabulous idea. It blends
promoting and celebrating
our racing heritage ... with
protecting the replica
racecars that' commemo-
rate our reason for being


known as The Birthplace
of Speed."
The garage replica will
be visible from A1A but, in
a touch of irony, nearby
parking can be difficult.
Parking is available on the
beach and the beach
approach ramp. Pedestri-
ans can reach the park by
crossing at the traffic light.
Public access has always
been an issue for the
beachfront park, accord-
ing to Jeff Boyle, a local
merchant who served on
the city commission from
1996 to 2005. Visitors
could park along the
beach directly in front of
the park until 1996 when
conservation poles were
erected, he said. The poles
were eventually removed,
but now the, beach
approach is often closed to
cars due to soft sand. In
2001, a small parking lot
was proposed but was
determined to be too dan-
gerous because of its loca-
tion near the busy Grana-
da Boulevard and A1A
intersection.


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Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a
court of law.
Daytona Beach
Police Department

*Samanda Marie Hayes, 40,
of 912 N. RidgewoodAve., Apt
16, Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 3 on charges of
battery on a law enforcement
officer. Bail was not set.
oShawn Calvin Irving, 49, of
1221 Kennedy Road, Apt. 41,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
April 3 on charges of unlawful
possession of cocaine. Bail
was set at $1,600.
*Robert Earl Johnson, Sr.,
46; of 1015 Cadillac Dr., Day-
tona Beach, was arrestedApril
3 on charges of unlawful pos-
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set at $1,750.
*Marion Delores Anderson,
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tona Beach, was arrestedApril
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cocaine. Bail was set at $1,500.
*James S. Nunnally, 22, of
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*Benny James Daniels, 45,
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tona Beach, was arrested on
April 4 on charges ofunlawful
possession of cocaine. Bail
was set at $3,500.
*Walter B. Michael, 50, of
340 North St., Daytona Beach,.
was arrested April 5 on
charges of unlawful posses-
sion of cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*Terrence J. A. Horton, 20, of
608 Cassin Avenue., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 5 on
charges of unlawful posses-
sion of a controlled substance


sale/delivery. Bail was set at
$10,000.
*Joey Schultz, 30, of 316
North St., Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 5 on charges of
possession of cocaine and
tampering with evidence. Bail
was set at $7,000.
*Roy Everett Copeland, 43,
of 3635 S. Atlantic Ave., No. 3,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
April 5 on charges of burglary
to a business. Bail was set at
$2,000.
eKevin Eric Toedtemeier, 38,
of 66 Twin Coach Court, Day-
tona Beach, was arrestedApril
5 on charges of
battery/domestic violence by
strangulation. Bail was not
set. .
*Jennifer Lynn Poff, 34, of
1327 S. Ridgewood Ave., No.
104, Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 6 on charges of
unlawful possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at $2,000.
*Robert Preston McDowell,
45, of 2015 Ridgewood Ave.,
No. 2, Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 6 on charges of
unlawful possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at $2,000.
*Rebecca Lynn Spaudling,
29, of 411 N. Halifax Ave., No.
306, Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 7 on charges of
aggravated battery (domestic
violence.) Bail was not set.
*Reginald Delon Taylor, 41,
of 324 Division St, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 7 on
charges of possession of a
firearm by a convicted felony
and carrying a concealed
firearm. Bail was set at
$16,000.
*Forris Mitchell Smith, 26,
of 1042 Sheridan Road, Day-
tona Beach, was arrestedApril
7 on charges of possession of
a firearm by a convicted felon.
Bail was set at $2,000..
*Timothy John Kennedy, 39,
of 1020 S. RidgewoodAve., No.
5, Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed April 7 on charges of bur-
glary. Bailwas set at $3,000.
*Charles Smith, Jr., 18, of
109 Raceway Pointe Drive, No.
207, Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 8, on charges of
grand theft auto. Bail was set
at $1,500.
*John Jairo Garcia, 24, of 319
Fifth Ave., No. 7, Daytona
Beach, was arestedApril 8 oh
charges of burglary. Bail was


set at $2,000.
*Otis L. Corley, 20, of 100
Seabreeze Blvd., No. 216, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested April
8 on charges of assault (law
enforcement officer). Bail was
set at $1,500.
*Jacqueline S. Heuerman,
29, of 340 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 9 on
charges of solicit to commit
prostitution. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Charetta M. Kyler, 35, of
727 S. Caroline Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 9 on
charges of solicit to commit
prostitution. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*Royette Jankia Trner, 24,
of 708 Verdell St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 9 on
charges of unlawful posses-
sion of a scheduled II sub-
stance. Bail was not set.
*Kashonda Randolph, 21, of
112 Winners Circle, building
120, Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 9 on charges of
aggravated battery. Bail was
set at $5,000.
*Theoplos E. Pearce, 33, of
1161 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 9 on
.charges of first-degree mur-
der. Bail was not set.
*Randy Wayne Woody, 45,
of 200 Vermont Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 9 on
charges of aggravated battery.
Bail was set at $5,000.
*Brian Smith, 20, of 9 Star-
ling Drive, Daytona Beach,
was arrested April 9 on
charges of burglary (resi-
dence). Bail was set at $2,500.

Ormond Beach
Police Department

*Marcel Rodolfo Marino,
24, of 914 Willow Run,
Ormond Beach, was arrested
April 6 on charges of posses-
sion of a scheduled IV con-
trolled substance. Bail was set
$1,000.
*Mark Brooks Carroll, Jr., 23,
of 41 Tomoka Meadows Blvd.,
Ormond Beach, was arrested
April on charges of aggravat-
e4 battery. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Kevin Robinson, 34, of 167
Division St., Ormond Beach,
was arrested April 9 on
charges of aggravated bat-


tery/domestic violence and
child abuse/domestic vio-
lence. Bail was not set.

Holly Hill
Police Department

*Norman Aremon McCoy,
18, of 266 S. Washington St.,
Holly Hill, was arrested April
9 on charges of attempted
distribution of cannabis
more than 20 grams. Bail
was set at $5,000.

Volusia County
Sheriffs Office

*Michelle Fransis
Ogonowski, 44, of 1525 Elgin
St., Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 3 on charges on
possession of cocaine. Bail
was set at $2,500.
sGeorge Henry Southan, 48,
of 1525 Elgin St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 3 on
charges of possession of
cannabis more than 20 grams.
Bail was set at $2,000.
*Steven Edward Merhige,
52, of 128 Surf Scooter Drive,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
April 4 on charges of grand
theft motor vehicle less than
$100,000. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*Scott Douglas Cozart, 35,
of 1509 San Jose Blvd., Holly
Hill, was arrested April 7 on
charges of felony battery. Bail'
was set at $1,000.
*Rashawn Duane McLaury,
28, of 408 Margie Lane, Day-
tona Bedch, was arrestedApril
7 on charges of sale of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$25,000.
*Betty Ruth Goodwin, 33, of
833 Grove Ave., Holly Hill, was
arrested April 9 on charges of
dealing in stolen property.
Bail was set at $1,500.

State Attorney's
Office

oDangelo Marter Belle, 32,
of 1093 Margaret Road, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 8 on charges of utter-
ing a forgery Bail \\as set at
$1,500.


Police report


Wanted Person:
Allen Lynn Murray
Birth Date:
Sept. 28, 1966
ReasonWanted:
Absconded sex offender
Last Known Location:
Daytona Beach
Distinguishing Features:
Tattoos on his neck and
both forearms

Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is
seeking information on
the whereabouts of
convicted sex offender
Allen Lynn Murray.
Murray, 42, has been
adjudicated by the
courts as a sexual
offender as a result of a
criminal conviction in
Ohio and was last known
to be living in Florida,
where he's required to
register his home
address with law
enforcement. Consid-
ered a transient, Mur-
ray's last known address
of record was on Ridge-
wood Avenue in Daytona
Beach. His current
whereabouts are
unknown.
On March 12, 2009, a
judge issued an arrest
warrant for Murray on
one felony count of
failure to register as a sex


Allen Lynn
Murray
offender. Murray is 6 feet
and weighs about 180
pounds, with black hair
and brown eyes. He also
goes by the alias, Antho-
nyAlexander.
If you see Murray or
know where he is, don't
attempt to apprehend
him.
Anyone with informa-
tion regarding Murray's
whereabouts is asked to
call Crime Stoppers toll-
free at (888) 277- TIPS.
You can also Text your tip
by testing "TIP231 plus
your message" to
CRIMES. Anyone who
provides information to
Crime Stoppers will
remain anonymous and'
can qualify' fora reward
of up to $1,000.


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JV team has great season

I know junior varsity sports are in question these days
with cutbacks, but can we give some recognition to
Seabreeze High School's junior varsity baseball team?
Their season ended recently, and I believe this record has
never been set. Undefeated throughout the season, they
had four shut outs, only 32 runs against them for the entire
season and runs for them were above 130.
Remarkable, I know the stats at this level don't count, but
these boys shouldbe very proud of themselves.
Some of the pitching was unbelievable. One pitcher
alone after his first.two games had no runs against him, no
walks and 25 strike outs in 13 innings. They also had pitch-
ers throwing complete games, some with no runs or walks.

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Perfect party spot


Photo courtesy of Paul Daniels
The City of Daytona Beach Leisure Services Department is making the new Breakers Oceanfront Park and Environ-
mental Learning Center available for party rentals. Access to the park and children's splash park can be included for
$35 an hour. Reservations must be made in advance. Call (386) 671-3437 or (386) 671-3569 for information and
reservations.


This is a response to the comments about the extraneous
graphics that are prevalent on current daytime television. I
work at a local television station. We are, as the vast majbri-
ty of businesses, families and individuals in America, going
through tough economic times.
There are not too many ways that television stations can
make enough money to stay on the air other than commer-
cial advertising. These companies are the ones that put dol-
lars into our coffers so we can pay our bills.
, The advertising pop-ups that come up during the show,
are how we pay our bills. Keep in mind that by having these
pop up the way they do, we don't have to run as many
advertisements during the "commercial break" thereby get-
ting you back to your program more quickly. I know it is dif-
ficult to watch these, as they are a new trend. But keep in
mind, if we don't have enough money coming in, our only
alternative is to shut down and go dark. And that would be
Worse for everyone.
As for the audio levels during the commercial break, I
wholeheanedly agree with you on that one. This is many
times inadvertent, and not intentional. At our station, we
try hard to not have these huge fluctuations in the audio
levels.

Vehicle inspections could raise money

I want to thank Tallahassee for missing the boat com-
pletely.
The whole state of Florida is in a terrible state of affairs.
They are complaining they don't have money for this or
that. Schools are just terrible. They are cutting down. Here's
a solution. Why don't they have a" state law to have vehicle
inspections? We have cars on the road that are a disasters
- bald tires, engine smoking, just not safe to be onr the
road. :
Any motor vehicle on our highway should be inspected.
Other states do it. Its has to be done everyyear.

Thanks for the egg hunt

I would like to thank the city of South Daytona for the
Easter Egg Hunt. I would also like to thank the workers.
They did a great job. What a wonderful thing to do for the
kids.

Area needs sidewalks

There is one spot in Volusia County, about a mile long
(calledWilbur-By-The-Sea.)
It does not have a bike path or a sidewalk.
If you go off the road, there's sand. There is a possibility of
getting stuck.
I would like to know why that particular section is not
paved with at least a bike path.
More than that, it is in chairman Frank Bruno's district.
He lives there. You would think it would be the first to get
sidewalks.
He's delaying this. It will cost us more money to appropri-
ate the right of ways.
It would have been cheaper years ago.


Where is local entertainment?

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about the great entertainment coming to our area (concerts,
plays, comedy, shows, etc.). If you look closely, you will see
that they take place in Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Mel-
bourne, Orlando, etcWe have a beautiful civic center, with a
recent multi-million dollar facelift, but it seems that the best
they can do for us is the Lippizaner Stallions.
(Editor's note: Check out the Daytona Beach International
Festival for world-class performances right here in Volusia
County April 17 to May 2. For more information, visit the
Web site www.DBIEcom.

In response to
'Airport complainers have empty lives'

I am responding to the writer that stated noise complain-
ers have empty lives. I won't argue that silly assertion, but I
will take issue with his statement that he hopes they make
the airport bigger, so it will help with tax revenue.
I know for a fact that the city does not get one dime from
the airport. The only ones profiting are the schools, which
receive money from their pupils. It's the more the merrier as
far as they'if concerned. The city gets nothing. The city
owns it, so they don't collect taxes from themselves. Let's
stop denigrating one another and solve the problem.


How many police are needed at
traffic citation?

The other day, I was amazed to see five Port Orange Police
cars at the Circle K on Herbert and Nova Road. I was won-
dering what required so much police attention. I thought it
might have been a horrific incident. I.learned later that it
was only a traffic citation.
At this time of economic strife, is the Port Orange Police
Department so over staffed that they can expend that
amount of manpower on a simple traffic violation?

All players should receive credit

An article about the Atlantic High School girls basketball
team in the sports section of a local newspaper a couple of
weeks ago gave praise and credit to one player.
What about the other four players in the game and the
girls sitting on the bench? They practice hard and play to the
best of their ability. Don't they deserve some recognition
and credit? Good, leadership, sportsmanship and equal
credit to all are the name of the game.


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Health fair scheduled

A preventive medicine
health fair will be held' from
9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday,
April 18, at the Bethune-
Cookman University's Cen-
ter for Civic Engagement
graduate seminar room, 740
W. International Speedway
Blvd., Daytona Beach.
This free health fair will
feature health information,
counseling, screenings and
safety topics for every age
group.
Free screenings will be,
held including total choles-
terol, blood glucose, blood
pressure, body mass index,
body composition analysis,
HIV; peripheral artery dis-
ease and more.
Four licensed physicians
will be on site to answer
questions and explain test
results.

Earth day
celebration planned

The Daytona Beach Ken-
nel Club, which recently
earned a gold-level green
building certification from
the U.S. Green Building
Council, will host a 2009
Earth Day celebration at
noon, Sunday, April 19.
The free event will include
20 green-related vendors,
including hybrid car dis-
plays, tours of the "green"
kennel club facility and play
host to a charity poker tour-
nament, and other activities
that will benefit the non-
profit Builders Care charity.

Career workshop
planned

Unity Church of Daytona
Beach will present a work-
shop by Tama Kieves from 2
to 4 p.m., Sunday, April 19, at
908 Ridgewood Ave., Holly
Hill.


Ms. Kieves is a career
coach and author of "This
Time I Dance."
There is a $25 fee for the
"Creating the Work You
Love" workshop.
Ms. Kieves will speak from
9 to 11 a.m. at the church.
There is no charge for this
presentation.
To register, call (386) 253-
4201 or visit the Web site
www.awakeningartistry.com


Policy advisory
meeting slated

Volusia County's Sub-
stance Abuse Policy Adviso-
ry Board will meet at 2 p.m.,
Monday, April 20, at the
Volusia County Sheriff's
Training Center, 3901 Tiger
Bay Road, Daytona Beach.
The public is invited.
The meeting's agenda
includes a discussion of the
board's composition and
agency presentations on the
Edward Byrne Memorial and
Justice Assistance Grant
applications.
After reviewing the pre-
sentations, the board will
develop a list of recom-
mended JAG allocations for
the Volusia County Council's
approval.
The board makes recom-'
mendations to the Volusia
County Council on issues
including the pursuit of
funds to help combat local
drug problems.
For more information, call
(386) 736-5955, ext. 2324.

Loop meeting
scheduled

The Ormond Scenic Loop
and Trail Corridor Manage-
ment Entity will hold their
regular monthly meeting at
5:30 p.m., Wednesday, April
22, at the Anderson-Price


Memorial Building, 42 N.
Beach Street, Ormond Beach.
Agenda items include sta-
tus of ongoing projects and
approval of new projects.
The public may attend.

Tour scheduled

The Museum of Arts and
Sciences will be holding a
museum tour titled "Latest
and Best of MOAS Exhibi-
tions" at 10:30 a.m., Tues-
day, April 21, at 352 S.
Nova Road, Daytona
Beach. The tour will be led
by chief curator Cynthia
Duval.
Refreshments will be
served at 10 a.m.
This event is free to
MOAS members and general
admission for non-members.
For more information, visit
www.guildmoas.com.

City to hold
Earth Day picnic

The city of Ormond
Beach will hold "Picnic On
The Plaza" at 11 a.m.,
Wednesday, April 22, at
Ormond Beach city hall, 22
S. Beach St.
Twenty-two participating
providers will bring three
hours of entertainment,
giveaways, food and eco-
friendly ideas to the public
as the City observes Earth
Day.
For more information, call
(386) 676-3577.

Tea planned

The Daytona Beach sec-
tion of the National Council
of Negro Women will pres-
ents it annual Pretty Hat Tea
from 3 to 5 p.m., Sunday,
April 26, at the Bethune-
Cookman University Civic
Engagement Center, 720 W.


International Speedway in
Daytona Beach.
Tickets are available from
members.
For more information, call
(386) 255-3217,

Guild meeting
scheduled

The Casements Guild of
Ormond Beach will hold a
general meeting at 10 a.m.,
Wednesday, April 22, at 25.
Riverside Drive, Ormond
Beach.
Coffee and social time
will be held at 9:30 a.m.

Parkinson association
meeting slated

Speech therapist Amanda
Dietz will speak at the
Parkinson Association of
Greater Daytona Beach from
2 to 3 p.m., Wednesday, April
22, at Bishop's Glen Retire-
ment Center (auditorium) at
900 LPGA Blvd. in Holly Hill.
Ms. Dietz is trained in the
Lee Silverman Voice Therapy
Instruction, and will be
speaking on techniques to
enhance vocal acuity in
those that have Parkinson's
whose speech has been
affected.
The public may attend. For
more inlforniation. call (386)
676-6375.

Book sale scheduled
The Friends of the Ormond
Beach Library will hold a recy'
cled book sale from 11 am. to 2
p.m., Wednesday April 22, at
City Hall plaza.
In honor of Earth Day, the
annual salewill include a selec-
tion of new and recycled books,
videos, DVDs and audio books
for children and adults.
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Trees
From page Al
date the pipes.
But Mr. Lippi, who is one
of only six master arborists
in Florida and one of only
170 total in the United
States, said until more
research is done, it should
not be assumed that the
trees are in the way of the
storm water project.
"To make an assumption
that tree roots grow in all
directions is absurd," he
said. "Roots will not gener-
ally grow under roadways
where the soil is compact-
ed. Roots need air and there
is very little air under
roads."
Beautification Board '
Chairman Chris Daun told
engineers that residents
would be upset if the trees
were removed.
"Mr. Lippi is a renowned
master arborist and we
need to listen to him on
this," he said. "You say you
have spent $14,000 on
plans, but these trees are
priceless. The public outcry
will be phenomenal if you
take out these trees. People
will be chaining themselves
to the trees to save them."


Notes
From page A6

Tree donated to
schools
ICI Homes and Land Care
Management, Inc. will donate
trees to elementary schools
in Volusia County on April
22 to honor Earth Day.
Rosemary Messina, vice
president of sales and
marketing at ICI Homes,
said the homebuilder
plans to deliver more than
15 young oak trees to ele-
mentary schools in Volusia
County that surround the
homebuilder's communi-
ties.
Ms. Messina said stu-
dents will be invited to


Ms. Ponitz told board
members that the City
Commission has final say
on the project.
"We are not asking for
the board's approval. It is
what it is," she said. "The
City Commission will ulti-
mately approve it."
Mr. Daun asked engineers
to work with Mr. Lippi to
see if they could narrow the
trench work or find another
route for the project that
would save the trees and
then come back to the
board.
Ms. Ponitz said she was
not overly optimistic.
"I don't know if we can
find a better route, but we
will take another look," she
said.
The city has until April
2010 to use the state revolv-
ing loan money that is pay-
ing for the project or it will
go away, Ms. Ponitz said.
Preservation Board mem-
ber Eleanor Bannerman,
who attended the meeting,
said she hopes the trees can
be saved.
"I'm just grateful that the
arborist (Mr. Lippi) was
there and said what he said.
Is there a better way? You
need to protect what you've
got or it is gone forever," she
said.


help plant the trees around
the schools.
For more information,
call (386) 236-4273 or (386)
236-4231.
Fashion show
planned
The Sweet Adeline cho-
rus will hold a spring fash-
ion show and luncheon at
12:30 p.m., Saturday; 'April
25, at Bear Creek Celebra-
tion fIall on Airport Road
in Ormond Beach.
Fashions will be from
Bonnie's Boutique.
The chorus will sing, and
there will be door prizes.
The cost is $15. Doors
open at noon.
For'more information,
call (386) 673-4398 or (386)
676-9520.


nanUy Darder/stan pnotograpner
Certified master arborist Chuck Lippi uses a rubber mallet
to check for internal decay on a live oak tree off South
Street in Daytona Beach last week.


Fight hunger
challenge scheduled

The Jewish Federation of
Volusia and Flagler Counties
is participating in a fight
hunger challenge.
Alan Shawn Feinstein, a
philanthropist from Rhode
Island, has offered a chal-
lenge grant of $1 million to be
divided among federations
around the country that use it
as a fundraising spur to raise
money to fight hunger in our
comrhunity.
This challenge is good only
for the months of March and
April. Mr. Feinstein's past 1
million challenges to fight
hunger raised a record $350
million nationwide.
For every food item that is.
brought to the Jewish Federa-;
tion, of Volusia and Flagler
Counties pantry, they are


valuing as $1, or people may
also send in funds to purchase
food and that will be counted.
Checks should be made
payable to Jerry Doliner Food
Bank, 470 Andalusia Ave.
Ormond Beach.Food dona-
tions can be brought to the
office.
For more information, call
(386) 672-0294.

Meeting scheduled
Ormond Beach chapter
2247 of the National Active
and Retired Federal Employ-
ees will hold its regular meet-
ing at 11:15 a.m., Monday
April 20, at Red Lobster
Restaurant onAtlanticAvenue
in Daytona Beach.
The speaker will be the new
city manager of Ormond
Beach, Joyce Shanahan.
For more information, call
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Called integrated pest
management, the county
uses multiple approaches
including clearing brush
and debris, stocking ponds
and ditches with minnows,
sampling water, trapping
mosquitoes for analysis and
even using sentinel chickens
to determine what diseases
are being carried by mos-
quitoes.
So how much water is
needed to attract the pests?
Mr. Stewart gestured to
his half-empty coffee cup.
"It could be a couple of
ounces," he said.
Typical offenders include
buckets left outside the
home, old tires, toys, play
equipment, bird baths,
swales and tree holes, he
said.
The rain comes and then
there's a problem.
Dr. Jonathan Day, with the
University of Florida Med-
ical Entomology Lab, con-
curs.


He expects the mosquito
population to jump dramat-
ically when the summer
rains start.
"We are in a drought right
now," he said. "If we start to
get big rains, expect mos-
quitoes ten days later."
He, adds cleaning gutters
to the list of things people
can do to reduce the mos-
quito population around
their homes.
The increase in foreclo-
sures may also be contribut-
ing to a mosquito problem,
he said, with
abandoned swimming
pools providing a breeding
ground for millions of the
pests.
Even if.one person is dili-
gent about emptying con-
tainers, a neighbor may not
be and the problem will
remain, because those types
of mosquitoes tend to
remain nearby, Mr. Stewart
said.
The county sprays, either
by truck or helicopter, when
the normal baseline mos-
quito population increases
or they get a complaint


about a high level of activity.
Chemicals used are
approved by the U.S. Envi-
ronmental Protection
Agency and the Florida
Department of Agriculture
and Consumer Services and
dissipate within hours or
days.
The optimum time to
spray is at dawn or dusk
when the critters are most
active and are looking for
food, Mr. Stewart said.
Using rainfall maps to
determine the most likely'
problem areas, county
inspectors obtain water
samples to determine where
mosquito larvae are devel-
oping and to determine the
best course of action.
In addition, various types
of traps are set around the
county to determine the
type of adult mosquitoes
that are buzzing into back-
yards.
One very low-tech
method that is employed is
called "landing rate."
Inspectors literally stir up
the bushes and stand still,
counting the mosquitoes


that land on their pants.
"Our inspectors are
trained to tell what species
they are," Mr. Stewart said.
Diseases caused by mos-
quitoes include Eastern
equine encephalitis, St.
Louis encephalitis and West
Nile encephalitis.
Blood is drawn from
chickens living in 11 coops
throughout the county to
determine what mosquito-
bourne diseases are out
there.
The chickens don't
become sick, but act as an
alarm that a disease-carry-
ing mosquito present.
Last year, 12 horses tested
positive for Eastern equine
encephalitis in Volusia
County, Mr. Stewart said,
but no humans were infect-
ed.
Although the severe neu-
rological disease is not com-
mon in humans, there have
been three- cases in the
county since the 1970s.
Mr. Stewart said he does-
n't put much faith in bug
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stands next to one of nearly a dozen 'sentinel' chicken
coops placed throughout Volusia County.


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Besides eliminating
standing water, the best
thing people can do is to
avoid being outdoors dur-
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wear clothing that covers
the skin and use a mosquito
repellent, he said.


"We are not going to
eradicate mosquitoes, that
would literally be impossi-
ble to do," he said.
"What we are trying to do
is get them down to an
acceptable level."

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shooting that police said
started when Scott was
asked to leave a party.
Customers were dining
when Scott allegedly fired
several shots intd the
restaurant, but luckily no
one was hurt. Police said
Scott showed up uninvited
to a party on Garden Street
and was asked to leave by
the host. When the host and
several others from the
party went to Denny's,
police said Scott showed up
there and threatened the
group inside. They said
Scott left, but stood outside
taunting the victims, then
pulled out a gun and fired
51 rounds, a couple of
which went through the
restaurant window. Scott is
being held without bond.

Charges upgraded to
first-degree murder
Charges against a Day-
tona Beach man have been
upgraded to first-degree
murder, after the victim of a
recent shooting died at the


hospital. U.S. Marshals
caught up with Theoplas
Pearce, 33, in Orlando,
where police said he fled to
after the shooting scene on
Redwood Street. Residents
called police March 31st,
because they heard gun-
shots and officers found
Roosevelt McDonald, 33,
lying in the street critically
wounded. McDonald was
able to tell them he knew
the suspect who gave.him a
ride, but that the two
argued and Pearce pulled
out a gun and opened fire.

Expansion planned
The company that bought
Hawaiian Tropic in Ormond
Beach has announced
plants to expand the
manufacturing plant and
that could mean more jobs,
not to mention holding on
to the current ones. Energiz-
er Personal Care, best
known for batteries,
purchased Hawaiian Tropic
from Playtex and the
Energizer folks said the
expansion will increase
their capacity to produce
sun care products for the
United States and around
the world. Energizer plans


to spend millions in plant
improvements and equip-
ment to better support the
sun care business. Hawaiian
Tropic currently employs
200 full time people and 150
seasonal workers, but
officials said the expansion
could create new opportu-
nities for much needed job
growth in the area.

Mistakes contributed
to firefighter's death
The State Fire Marshal's
office has completed an
investigation into the death
of a firefighter at the
county's training facility
near Daytona Ifeach and the
report finds a number of
mistakes that contributed to
the firefighter's death. John
Curry, 30, was killed when
he was trapped beneath a
falling tree during an
exercise. Curry and others
were training to be mem-
bers of the elite Firewalker
Wildland Team, but the
report found they did not
have adequate training to
perform the drill, which
included cutting down a
tree, and that safety precau-
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Tomoka United
Methodist Church of
Ormond Beach will cele-
brate 30 years as a congre-
gation.
There will be one com-
bined worship service,
beginning at 10 a.m.,, Sun-
day, April 26, at 1000 Old
Tomoka Road between
Granada Boulevard and


Tomoka Elementary
School, followed by lunch
in Bleekman Hall.
The guest preacher will
be the Rev. Casey Neely, a
former associate pastor at
Tomoka UMC. Rev. Neely
grew up in Ormond Beach
and in Tomoka UMC. He is
a graduate of Seabreeze
High School.
The public may attend.
To make a reservation for
lunch, call (386) 672-6722.

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tions were not appropriate.
Curry left behind a wife and
two young children. County
officials said they are
making changes in training
based on the state findings.

Police search for
shooting suspects

New Smyrna Beach
police are looking for two
men involved in the


shooting of a teenager
early Easter morning.
Police got a call about
gunfire along Mary Avenue
at Myrtle just after 12:30
a.m. They found a 17-year-
old boy there with a
gunshot wound to the
lower back. He was rushed
to Halifax Health Medical
Center in serious condi-
tion. Witnesses told police
the gunman and a passed.
ger were in a newer model
Chevy pickup, either
champagne or tan in color.
They say the shooter was
between 20 and 25 years of
age while his passenger


was closer to 30. It is
unclear right now what led
to the shooting, but despite
a lengthy search, neither
the vehicle nor the men in
it were spotted.

Task force deployed
to help flood rescue

A 12-member task force
from Volusia County has
been deployed to the
Panhandle to help with
flood rescue efforts
because of flooding in the
lower Suwannee River area.


The task force, made up of
personnel from Volusia
County Fire Services,
Beach Services and fire
departments in DeLand,
Ormond Beach and
Edgewater, is one of two
specially trained units in
the state able to respond to
flood rescue incidents. The
team will likely be
deployed at least a week.
Previously, the team helped
respond to flooding after
Tropical Storm Fay and
have assisted in the
aftermath of storms and
hurricanes.


Trooper injured
A Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper from New Smyrna
Beach will spend the next
several months in a wheel-
chair after he was hit by a
car, while trying to help
another motorist on Inter-
state 4. Trooper Rickie Zigler,
47, suffered a broken pelvis
and a broken wrist when a
vehicle slammed into a Jeep
Cherokee on the grassy
shoulder, as the trooper
talked to the Cherokee's
driver near Debary. Zigler
had pulled over the Chero-


kee on the interstate
because of an alert put out
that the woman driving the
Cherokee might be in a
dangerous domestic
situation. As trooper Zigler
was talking to her, a vehicle
driven by Donalo White, 78,
of Orlando, slammed into
the Jeep Cherokee, which
then hit the trooper. The
Cherokee driver suffered
minor injuries, but White,
the driver of the vehicle that
hit it and the trooper, had to
be cut out of her car and was
last listed in critical condi-
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time cutting them out or
sorting them by product or
type or even looking at
them until I'm actually
ready to go shopping for
the week.
You don't have to be a
highly-organized person to
use coupons, but when you
start viewing them as cash,
you treat them with the


same care and organiza-
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money.
The average newspaper
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coupons inside. Would you
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the house to get lost among
other papers and maga-
zines?
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you have a $1 coupon for an
item that's on sale for 75
cents? Couponers call this
overage and overage is when
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week, I'll explain it to you.
Jill Cataldo, a coupon
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crust her grandmother made
filled with anchovies, olives
and escarole saut6ed in olive
oil.
Let's learn some interesting
facts. We have talked about
sugar and sugar substitutes
and we know we are addicted.
Most of us are told to cut the
salt (sodium) but if you think
passing up the salt at the table
is the answer, think again.
Processed foods and pre-
packaged dinners have an
astronomical amount of salt
added. If we ever added that
much to a home-cooked
dinrier it would be inedible; I
can't figure that out
Vegetables, whether
canned orfrozen, have salt
added. Even canned fruits
have added salt Chicken has
salt added, just read the label.
While looking through my
recipes I realized I am guilty
of not paying attention.
Unless you buy canned
products with no salt added,
they have salt, and yet in
every recipe, including mine,
the ingredients say add salt.
With canned torhato
sauces, all kinds have salt
added, yet you're told to add
salt I recently made spaghetti
sauce and after realizing it, I
didn't add salt, it was deli-
cious.
Try to buy canned foods
with no salt added. Raw
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More information:When a
recipe instructs you to drain a
canned vegetable it means
exactly that, drain! Open the
can then press the lid down
into the can as you're draining
as much liquid as possible. If
the end result is squashed
veggies, drain in a strainer.
When cooking fresh
veggies, don't drown them in
water, but steam or cook in as
little water as possible.
A colander fitted into a pot
works great for steaming, but .
remember, the water must
not touch the veggies when
it's boiling. The steam is what
cooks them. The less water
you use, the more nutrients
stay in the vegetable.
In today's column I have a
change in an old recipe and a
new twist on another. I
recently had a corn bread
casserole cooked in cupcake
liners. What a great way to
serve a vegetable.
Enjoy. See you next week.

CORN CASSEROLE
serves 4
regular and low fat


The sugar has been
reduced from 172-cup to 2
tablespoons. Try omitting the
salt if there is salt in the
vegetables.
One 15-1/2 ounce can
whole kerel corn,
drained
One 15-1/2 ounce can
creamed corn .
1 egg or equivalent
amount of egg substitute
2 tablespoons sugar or a
sugar substitute
Salt and pepper
1/2-cup flour
1/2-cup milk, either
regular, low-fat or skim, or
evaporated skim milk,
undiluted
2 tablespoons butter or
butter substitute
Mix corns together in large
casserole. In a small bowl,
whisk remaining ingredients,
reserving butter. Blend egg
mixture into com mixture.
Dot with butter or substitute.
Bake at 350 degrees for one
hour.

CORN BREAD
CASSEROLE (NIB)
regular and low fat
serves 5 or 6
1 large egg
1 cup sour cream (8
ounces) regular, light or
fat-free
1 stick butter, or 1/2-cup
butter substitute, melted


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One 15-1/2 ounces can
whole kernel corn, with
liquid
One 15-1/2 ounce can
creamed cor
1 box Jiffy corn bread mix
1 small onion, chopped
(optional)

Mix all together and pour
into casserole dish that has
been treated with cooking
spray. Bake in a preheated,
350-degree oven for 45
minutes. -
Or, rather than baking in a
casserole, use cupcake tins
with cupcake liners. Bake at
350 degrees for about 20
minutes or until lightly
browned around the edges
and although cooked, still
slightly soft in the center.

VELVETY
CHOCOLATE MOUSSE
no substitutions
serves 8
Original chocolate
mousse was made with raw
egg yolks, and yet it can't
compare to this recipe from
Hershey's Cocoa. As this
chocolate dream melts on
your tongue you'll think
you're in chocolate heaven.

1 envelope unflavored
gelatin
2 tablespoons cold water


1/4-cup boiling water
1 cup sugar.
1/2-cup plus 1 level
teaspoon cocoa
2 cups (1 pint) cold
whipping cream
2 teaspoon vanilla
Sprinkle gelatin over cold
water in small bowl; let stand
2 minutes to soften. Add
boiling water; stir until gelatin
is completely dissolved and
mixture is clear. Let cool
slightly.
Mix sugar and cocoa in
large bowl; add cream and
vanilla. Beat on medium
speed scraping bottom of the
bowl occasionally until
mixture is stiff. Pour in gelatin
mixture; beat until well-
blended. Spoon into bowl or
dessert dishes; cover. Refrig-
erate at least 30 minutes.

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that get right to the point. Seniors and graduates are displayed'with a touch of class and wedding shots
are straight from a storybook. Your children will never grow up in ageless family photographs taken each
passing year. Preserve those precious moments in time with their priceless photography services. Other
professional services include homes or businesses for advertising purposes. They are experts at capturing
and displaying your digital images. They compose a gallery of sceneries and bring them to life in vivid color
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and clarity. They specialize in services for weddings. corporate events,:festivals, tradeshows. training and
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and emotions from your event. These professionals have years of experience and provide their customers
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session at Nick's Photography & Video today! www.nicksphotovideo.com. phone (386) 672.2255
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,; ...Allow us to cater your next celebration
Is the exciting day of saying "I Do", or blowing out those 18 candles or maybe the annual family reunion
jut around ith corner Everything is under control! Amber's Jewel Catering, in business since 1998. is
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catering including: weddings, birthday parties, housewarmings, anniversaries, corporate functions, cocktail/
tea receptions, seminars, exhibitions and packet'meals. Large or small, all parties are welcomed by this
catering service. Amber's Jewel Catering cooks from the heart. Therefore, you can taste it in the dishes
they create. Noi,altei yi,,ui ih.ice .-,r cuisine, the taste of love is there. Their goal is to assist you in making
your event an exceptional experience with wonderful memories.
So whether you are having an elegant, but affordable, wedding or a more casual family reunion...you can
count on Amber's Jewel Catering to help you enjoy your party,'
The authors of this 2009 Spring Edition Local Business Update suggest that you call Amber's Jewel
Catering at (386) 788-8696 to discuss pricing and planning for your next event. They are located at
413 Oak Place, Unit 6E in Port Orange. Visit their website at www.ambersjewelcatering.com.
Forest Lake Manor
Where Quality Care Meets Affordable Elegance
As pioneers in assisted living, the newly remodeled Forest Lake Manor is committed to the highest quality
of care. Their experienced caring staff is on duty 24-hours a day, seven days a week to make sure that all
residents remain healthy, safe and coin portable.
The compassion of the staff is readily apparent as you look at smiling, content residents. The happiness and
well being of their residents is the driving force behind everything they do. When you choose them, you're
giving your loved one the personalized services and caring attention he or she deserves and you'll have peace
of mind knowing that your loved one is enjoying life.
Forest Lake Manor offers spacious apartments that give residents the room they need to live independently
and enjoy whatever hobbies they choose. They have full size bathrooms that are outfitted with safety grab
bars, tub and shower and all utilities are included.
Whether they are enjoying the facility W11 game or participating in a sing a long, daily and weekly activities
give the residents a chance to maintain a healthy, active and full lifestyle.
So, what are you waiting for? The authors of this 2009 Spring Edition Local Business Update suggest
that you go to Forest Lake Manor and see what you've been missing. You.can drop by to see them at
252 Forest Lake Boulevard in Daytona Beach, or call Executive Director Janis Stovail, or Marketing
Director Teresa Howard at (386) 760-7174 to schedule a tour at Forest Lake Manor.
Wedgewood Apartments
Wedgewood Apartments knows what a crucial decision it is when choosing a place you can truly call home.
That's why they offer only the finest in apartment living.
From the first moment you step foot into the floor plan of choice; you'll feel a keen sense of warmth and
belonging. They pride themselves on cleanliness, guaranteeing that everything from the carpeting to the
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schools.
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The authors of this 2009 Spring Edition Local Business Update highly recommend that you call
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Beach.
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If you are looking for a high quality golf course, which is enjoyable, challenging, and affordable then you
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customer service and golf course maintenance are given top priority by a team of experts at Cypress Head
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A spectacular collection of golf holes, unique in character and strategy, makes this course exceptionally
playable for the beginning golfer, with plenty of interest and challenge for the expert player. Offering the
maximum golfing'experience for every skill level. Cypress Head Golf Club, located at 6231 Palm Vista
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*Little Theatre: The Little
Theatre of New Smyrna Beach
will present the Pulitzer Prize
winning classic, "Driving Miss
Daisy," by Alfred Uhry, at 8
p.m., April 17, 18, 23, and 2
p.m., April 19. Ticket prices are
$14 for adults, $13 for seniors
(62+), and $7 for children
younger than 18. Tickets may
be purchased at the Little The-
atre box office, 726 Third Ave.,
NSB, between I to 4 p.m.,
Monday through Friday, by
calling (386) 423-1246 or vis-
iting the Web site www.Nsb-
Players.org.
*Choral performance:
Spruce Creek High School
choral students will present
"Deserts and Broadway", at 7
p.m., Friday, at Westminster
by-the-Sea Presbyterian
Church, 3221 S. Peninsula
Drive, Daytona Beach Shores.
A concert of Broadway and
other popular selections will
be followed by dessert. Cost is
$6 per person. Tickets may be
reserved by calling (386) 676-
7495. For more information,
call (386) 322-6272, ext
37741.
* Jazz festival: The 12th
annual Lakeside Jazz Festival
will take place from 9 a.m.-10
p.m. on Friday, April 17, and
Saturday, April 18, at the Ken-
neth Parker Performing Arts
Amphitheatre at 1000 City
Center Parkway in Port
Orange. More than 48 college,
high school and middle school
jazz bands and jazz combos
will be performing throughout
the two-day event. The head-
liner jazz bands will perform
from 5-9 p.m. The Friday
bands will include the Day-
tona Beach State College Jazz
Band, Santa Fe College Jazz
Band, University of Central
Florida Jazz Band, and the
United States Marine All-Star
Jazz Band. Headliner jazz
groups for the Saturday head-
liner performances are the JB
Scott's Swinging All-Stars, Jack-
sonville State University and
the University of North Florida
Jazz Band. Admission is free,
and the public may attend. For
more information, call (386)
756-7200.
*Spring Dance: This event'
will be held from 2-4 p.m., Fri-
day, at the City Island Recre-
ation Center, 108 E. Orange
Ave., Daytona Beach. Talk of
the Town and Dream will per-
form. The $3 admission
includes refreshments and a
dance lesson that begins at 1
p.m.


See OUT, B3


The LSO Pops (shown
here) and conductor
Xian Zhang will cele-
brate 'speed' in their
April 25 concert at the
Ocean Center. See page
B5 for the test of this
week's performances.











Photo courtesy of DBIF



LSO headlines DBIF with several shows


By Sandra Frederick
For Hometown News
In an effort to go the
extra mile, Daytona Beach
International Festival
organizers planned a cele-
bration to the honor the
birthplace of speed -
Daytona Beach.
And, the LondOn Sym-
phony Orchestra is helping
out. Choreographed to
classical music, the LSO
will present LSO Pops! Cel-
ebration of Speed at the
Ocean Center April 25.
"There are three movie
screens for the audience to
watch, all choreographed
to the music," Manny Bor-
nia, vice president of DBIF,
said. "There will be videos
of flight, racing, soaring
and swimming. It is really
going to be something to
see.".
The LSO will also give a
free concert, at the DBIF
FamilyDays at the Day-
tona Beach Band Shell
near Ocean Walk Shoppes.
For the first time in
Festival history, DBIF is
producing a free Family
Weekend geared toward
the entire family, not just
adults. Theevent will have
local bands playing


throughout the day and
evening with a chance to
meet with the artists for
autographs.
The two-day event will
end with a sunset concert
by the LSO Brass at 7 p.m.
Sun., April 26. The LSO
Brass concert will offer an
intense sound with popu-
lar music the entire family
can enjoy.
"We love Daytona
Beach." Kathryn McDow-
ell, managing director of
the LSO, said. "It is a differ-
ent atmosphere here than.
in the other places we play.
Individuals come back
year after year. We cherish
our time here."
Ms. McDowell said the
orchestra has beefi plan-
ning the program for the
last two years and is excit-
ing about the lineup.
"We try and find new
music, artists and think
ahead to what the people
would want to hear," she
said. "And we have to book
the artists early so we don't
miss the boat. This year we
have some film music and
Latin music, all about the
roots of dance, so some of
Sthe concerts will have a
slightly different feel. It's
engaging and vibrant."


Here is a listing of LSO
performances:
LSO Sound Explorers:
April 23, 3 p.m., Port
Orange Amphitheater, $15,
$8
April 24, 3 p.m., Muse-
um of Arts & Sciences,
Daytona Beach, $15, $8
April 25, 10 a.m., Debary
Hall, $15, $8
April 28, 10 a.m.,
Atlantic Center for the.
Arts, New Smyrna Beach,
$15,$8
Members of the London
Symphony Orchestra are
joined by an animateur to
lead youngsters ages 3 to 8
in a fun-filled, storybook-
style exploration of musical
instruments. Two different
programs are offered, each
one running about an hour
in length and limited to 60
attendees.
LSO Classical I
April 24,8 p.m., Peabody
Auditorium, Daytona
Beach.$72,$52,$44, $30
Opening the LSO Classi-
cal series will be European
superstar, conductor-
Daniel Harding, who made
his Daytona Beach debut
at the 2007 Florida Inter-
national Festival. Mr.
Harding has become the


first Music Director of the
Mahler Chamber Orches-
tra, and has performed
with the Berlin Philhar-
monic, Santa Cecilia
Orchestra of Rome, Los
Angeles Philharmonic and
many more. Mr. Harding
will lead the LSO in
Antonin Dvorak's Carnival
Overture; Edvard Grieg's
Piano Concerto in A.
minor, Op. 16;. and'
Johannes Brahms' Sym-
phony No. 1 in C minor,
Op. 68.
Simon Trpceski, who
also debuted in Daytona
Beach in 2007, will join
Harding
and the
LSO aas the
soloist in
the Grieg i
Piano Con-
certo. A
remarkable
young
pianist, Mr. Simon
Trpceski Trpceski
has played :
with many of the world's
great orchestras. While still
in his mid-twenties, Mr.
Trpceski was awarded the.
Young Artist Award by the
Royal Philharmonic, and
has won prizes in interna-
See LSO, B9


The cIkAb Sene


*Angell & Phelps Cafe:
Blues musicians will perform
from 7:30-10:30 p.m.; Friday.
Mark Monteson and his Jazz
Quafret will perform from
7:30-10:30 p.m., Saturday.
There is no cover-for these
shows. Angell & Phelps. is
located at 156 S. Beach St.
For more information, call
(386) 257-2677
*Bank & Blues Club: Day-
tona Blues Society "True
Blues" Live Jam open ja'm
session is held from 8 p.m.-1
am., each Wednesday at 701


Main St., Daytona Beach. This
nonprofit group is dedicated
to preserving and spreading
the love of blues music. For
more information and a full
events schedule, visit the
Web site at www.Dayton-
aBluesSociety.org.
*Cuvee Oceanside Wine &
Tapas: "Wine Down Wednes-
day" is held each week, fea-
turing live music. Bermuda
High performs from 7-10
p.m. each Thursday. John
Macker 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.
*Daily Grind Coffee
House & Cafe': Phillip
Ganoung, acoustic guitarist
and vocalist, will be perform-
ing Friday at 1500 Beville
Road,. Daytona Beach. For
more information, call (386)


238-1044..
*Five O'Clock Charley: This
band will perform rock 'n'
roll, blues and country hits
from 7-10 .p.m., Friday, at
Julian's .Landmark, 88 S.
Atlantic Ave., Ormond Beach..
They will be performing from
4-8 p.m., Sunday at the Hali-
fax Yacht Club, 331 S. Beach
St., Daytona Beach. They hit
the stage from 6:30-10:30
p.m., Monday at the Ormond
Elks. They will be performing
each Thursday from 5:30-
See SCENE, B2


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 4-17-2009
Aries-March 21-April 19
Making a little quality time
for yourself will recharge
your batteries quicker than
anything else you could do.
This down time is planning
time. Make a list of the
most important things you
want to do in the next three
months. This makes the
commitment. Then act on
the commitments to create
the realities. Now'success is
assured.

*Taurus-April 20-May 20
Stay. cool when others
around you are losing it.
Pace yourself and move for-
ward toward your daily,
weekly, monthly, quarterly
or yearly goals. Without a
positive goal, it's easy to get
stuck or sidetracked on
unimportant things that
offer no' reward for the
time, effort or energy
expended. Your success
depends on it.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
This is your time of the year.
The spring is when you
come alive. You are in your
element and very protected.
It's time to create new
visions and ideas and set
them into motion. Release
old, outdated things frbm
your life. Make firm plans
for the next 12 months.
You have started your new
year with a bang. Now, keep
it going.

SCancer-June 22-July 22
See, it's working. Being
open with your feelings and
speaking from your heart
has earned the respect and
cooperation from those
closest to you. Now that
you are feeling more sup-
port and security, it is time
to make new plans. You
don't have to do all the
work.anymore. It is time to
ask for help and give others
a chance to help create the
fun.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
SAll the hard work is paying
off. Your aggressive work
ethic is an inspiration to
everyone around you. You
are a tireless worker for the
visions and causes that live
in your spirit. You care
about family, friends and
associates. You can always
be counted on to come
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8:30 p.m. at Pirana Grille, 241
N. U.S. Highway 1, Ormond
Beach.
*Frappes North: Wine tast-
ings are held at 6 p.m. the first
Tuesday of each month. Reser-
vations are required. Live Music
Friday Nights are held from 7-
11 p.m. Frappes is located at
123 W. Granada Blvd. in


Ormond Beach. To make reser-
vations, call (386) 615-4888 or
visit the Web site at
www.frappesnorth.com.
*The Garlic: Blues and Jazz
musicians perform seven
nights a week. Mark "Muddy
Harp" Hodgson plays the blues
7-11 p.m., Friday and Saturday.
He will be joined by Ray Guiser
from 9-11 p.m., Saturday. Mr.
Hodson will also perform from
6-10 p.m., Sunday, Wednesday
and Thursday. Saxman Thom
Chambers hits the stage from


6-10 p.m., Monday and Tues-
day. The Garlic is located at
556 E. Third Ave., New Smyrna
Beach. For more information,
call (386) 424-6660.
*Inlet Harbor: The Pickin'
Kind-will perform from 1-5
p.m., Friday. Then2Now hits the
stage at 6 p.m. Shrimpfest will
be held Saturday and Sunday.
A shuttle van will be provided.
Gailforce will perform from 1-5
p.m., Saturday. Then2Now hits
the stage at 6 p.m. Kenny
Sphire, Mike Caso and Eddie
Uzzle hits the stage from 12:30
to 5:30 p.m., Sunday. Mr. Uzzle
and Mr. Sphire return at 6 p.m.
Mr. Uzzle performs from 1-5
p.m., Monday. Rob Graham will
perform at 5:30 p.m. Mr. Sphire
will perform from 1-5 p.m.,
Tuesday. Mike Caso will per-
form at 5:30 p.m. Mr. Caso will
perform from 1-5 p.m.,
Wednesday. Mr. Sphire will per-
form at 5:30 p.m. Mr. Graham
will perform from 1-5 p.m.,
Thursday. Steve Hageman will
perform at 5:30 p.m. Inlet
Harbor is located at 133 Inlet
Harbor Road, Ponce Inlet.
For more information, call,


(386) 767-5590.
*Java Jungle: Open Mic
Night is at 7 p.m. each Thurs-
day. Musicians, authors,
singers, poets and composers
are welcome. Wes Malone and
other artists also perform. Fri-
day night Tomoka Poets Soci-
ety will perform. Saturday
evenings, Java. Jungle presents
Music by Deborock from 7-10
p.m. Java Jungle is located at
4606 Clyde Morris Blvd., Unit
2P, Port Orange. For more
information, call (386) 760-
2551.
*Norwood's, Restaurant and
Wine Shop: Free wine tasting
are held from 5-7 p.m. each Fri-
day on the deck and Saturday
in the shop.with complimenta-
ry cheeses. Norwood's is locat-
ed at 400 Second Ave., New
Smyrna Beach. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 428-4621.
*Ohana Luau Dinner Show:
This dinner show spectacular
and family-style feast, with a
6:30 p.m. seating, dinner
served at 7:15 p.m. and show
time at 7:30 p.m., is held Thurs-
day, Friday and Saturday, at the'
Hawaiin Inn, 2301 S. Atlantic


Ave., Daytona Beach Shores.
Participants will learn tradition-
al dances with Polynesian
women, warriors and keikis
(children). A flaming fire knife
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
392 Flagler Ave., New Smyrna
Beach. Tasters will have a
selection of up to 10 different
wines. Acoustic performances
are provided by Rhonda
Patrick. Free salsa lessons are
given at 8 p.m. each Thursday,
with open salsa dancing held
from 9 p.m.-l a.m. For more
information, call (386) 423-
2727 or visit the Web site at
www.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. Pro-
ceeds got to chartists. For more


information; call (386) 672-
3663.
*Ormond Beach Senior
Center: The Vagabonds per-
form from 2-4 p.m. once per
month. For more information,
call (386) 763-0355.
*Pub 44 Riverfront: River-
dan Band will perform at Pub
44 Riverfront from 9 p.m.-1
a.m., Friday and Saturday, April
17 and 18 at 115 Main St., Day-
tona Beach. For more informa-
tion, visit the Web site
www.RiverdanBand.com or
call (386) 226-3000.
*Rockin Ranch: Whiskey
Basin will perform Friday and
Saturday at 801 S. Nova Road,
Ormond Beach. For more infor-
mation, visit www.rockinranch-
nightclub.com.
*Seabreeze Coffee Connec-
tion: A hand drum circle is held
at 8 p.m. each Wednesday at
315 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona
Beach. For more information,
visit the Web site at
www.drumcircle.meetup.com/
327.
*Venetian Bay Town and
Country Club: Party in the Park
is held from 1-5 p.m. the third
Saturday of each month at 424
Luna Bella. Lane, New Smyrna
Beach. Lawn chairs are sug-
gested; no coolers. Admission
is free. Also, a farmers' market
is held from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. each
Saturday at the town center.
For more information, call
(386) 428-8448.
*Vino 100: A wine tasting fea-
turing the unveiling of Stanley
Lambert's re-labeled 2005
"Mustang ,Sally" Shiraz will be
held from 6-8 p.m., Friday, April
17, at the Vino 100 wine store in
the Nova Shoppes, 175 S. Nova
Rd., Ormond Beach. Five other
wines will also be tasted. The fee
for-the event is $10 per person
with full credit given towards
any purchase made that
evening. There is no charge for
Vino 100 wine club members.
Reservations are appreciated,
but not required. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 677-9800 or
visit www.vinolO0ormond-
beach.com.
*Wine Warehouse New
Smyrna Beach: Free wine tast-
ings are held from 4-7 p.m.
each Friday at 636 Third
Avenue, New Smyrna Beach. Six
wines are tasted. For more infor-
motion, call (386) 426-6133.


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SATURDAY, APRIL 18

*Dance performance: The
Expressions Company, Kinetic
Expressions Dance Academy's
children's production group,
will be presenting Broadway's
"CATS" on Saturday, April 18, at
the Ormond Beach Performing
Arts Center. Tickets are $8 in
advance and $10 at the box
office, with proceeds to benefit
KEDA's "Express-A-Wish"
Dance Scholarship Fund,
which helps enable underprivi-
leged children to receive a for-,
mal dance education. A special
door prize, a faux metallic
.Coach purse with a pair of
hand-made earrings, will be
given to one guest at the Satur-
day performance.
*Chorus performance:
Spruce Creek High School Cho-
rus will present "Love Bites," a
comedy about two battling,
but loving spouses who prove
that love can conquer almost
anything, on Saturday, April 18,
at Westminster By-The-Sea
Presbyterian Church, 3221 S.
Peninsula Drive, Daytona
Beach Shores. The show
includes a chicken dinner com-
plete with salad, entree, bever-
age, and dessert for $15 per
person. Dinner will be served
at 6 p.m. with the show follow-
ing. Reservations are request-
ed. Tickets may be reserved
by calling (386) 676-7495.
-Project Earth Day: A peace
and environmental festival will
be held from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.,
Saturday, April 18, at the Unit-
ed Church of Christ, 203 Wash-
ington St., New Smyrna Beach.
Admission is free. Food, live
entertainment, music, fair
trade goods, yoga and mas-
sage chairs will be part of the
festival. Children's activities
will include Rae Rae the Red
Panda from the PBS series
Enviropals, balloon animals,
face painting and a magic
show. This event is a benefit
for Volusia PeaceCenter and
The Marine Discovery Center.
For more information, call
(386) 846-3932 or visit the
Web site www.volusiapeace-
center.org.
*"South Pacific": Local vet-
erans are invited to see Dr.
Phillips High School's produc-
tion of "South Pacific" at 7
p.m., Saturday, April 18, at
6500 Turkey Lake Road, Orlan-
do. Transportation will be pro-
vided, but space is limited.
Admission is free for Veterans
and their spouses. For more


information, call (386) 441-
2636.
*Turtle day: The Marine Sci-
ence Center's seventh annual
Turtle Day will be held from 10
a.m.-3 p.m., Saturday, at 100
Lighthouse Drive, Ponce Inlet.
The event offers free admission
and includes live music, crafts
for children, educational dis-
plays by environmental organi-
zations, face painting, food,
and the release of seabirds and
two sea turtles. The release will
be at 2 p.m. at Winter Haven
Park, 4589 S. Atlantic Ave.,
Ponce Inlet. (Seabird and sea
turtle releases are subject to
change due to animal health or
environmental conditions.)
During Turtle Day, visitors can
tour the Marine Science Center
exhibit gallery. The gallery fea-
tures a variety of habitat dis-
plays from mangroves and a
5,000-gallon saltwater aquari-
um. For more information, call
the (386) 304-5545 or visit
www.marinesciencecenter.co
m.
*Cinematique under .the
stars: "The First of May" will be
shown at 7:30 p.m., Saturday,
at City Island Park in Daytona
Beach. This movie was filmed
in Central Florida from a book
by author Gail Radley and writ-
ten by Gary Rogers, both
of DeLand, this all-ages tale of
an elderly woman and young
. boy who run off to join the cir-
cus is a drama. Concessions
will be available.
*Drumming for Peace: The.
free community drum circle
will meet at 7 p.m., Saturday,
around the Hiles Boulevard fire
pit on New Smyrna Beach.i
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the fire pit season. Participants
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derers free 5K Fun Walk, will be
held at 6 p.m., Wednesday, at
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*A Taste of Wines: Port
Royal Caribbean Restaurant
will host this event at 6:30 p.m.
.the second Wednesday of each
month inside Pirates Cove
Resort, 3501 S. Atlantic Ave.,
Daytona Beach Shores. During
this semi-formal gathering,
four-course meals will be
served with wines that comple-
ment each course. A wine
expert will teach facts about
each wine. Reservations are
required, and guests must be
21 years old. The cost is $30
per person. Proceeds will ben-
efit the Children's Home Soci-
ety. To make reservations, call
(386) 788-3922.
*American Legion Post 270:
A fish fry and music entertain-
ment is held from 5-7 p;m.
each Friday. Taco night is held
each Monday from 5-7 p.m.
Wing : night .,:is ,held each
Wednesday.from.5-7 p.m. The,
public may attend. American
Legion Post 270 is located at
119 Howes St., Port Orange.
*Art Walk: This event is held
from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. the fourth
Saturday of each month along
Flagler Avenue in New Smyrna
Beach. A wide variety of art-
work, free children's activity,
entertainment and a special
prize drawing are presented by
the Gallery Group of Flagler
Avenue. For more information
or to request an artist's appli-


cation, tall (386) 428-1770 or
visit the Web site at www.fla-
glergallerygroup.com *Bunko,
Bridge and Poker: New
groups are starting at the Port
Orange Adults Center, 4790
Ridgewood Ave. Residents
meet at 4 p.m. each Friday to
play games. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 761-7633.
*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.m., Saturday, at 25 Riverside
Drive, Ormond Beach. Large
groups should call for reserva-
tions at (386) 676-3216.
*Cracker Creek's Pirate
Cruise: Featuring the Pirates
of Spruce Creek, cruises are
held at 1 p.m. each Saturday
and Sunday at 1795 Taylor
Road, Port Orange. Cos-
tumed pirates create a live,
interactive experience as
young buccaneers learn
navigation, pirate weapon-
ry, knotting or rope tying
and pirate lingo, all the
while searching for the lost
treasure at Spruce Creek.
Pre-registration is required
by calling (386). 304-0778.
Also, the Snow White Cot-
tage, a near-replica' as seen
in the 1937 Walt Disney ani-
mated classic "Snow White
and the Seven Dwarfs," is
located on the Gamble
property. Canoe and kayak
launch and rentals, guided
eco-history Pontoon boat
tours and golf cart tours of
the conservation nature
trails also are available. For
more information, visit the
Web site at www.OldFlorida-
Pioneer.com or send an e-
mail to crackercreek@Old-
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*Daytona Metropolitan
Bridge Club: Duplicate Bridge is
played Monday through Satur-
day at 600 Driftwood Ave., Day-
tona Beach. For the schedule,
call (386) 255-7744 or visit the
Web site at www.Day-
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*Democracy Now: Internet
news with Amy Goodman will
be presented at 10:30 a.m. each
Thursday at Unitarian Universal,
ist Society, 56 N. Halifax,
Ormond Beach. News and
analysis will be covered. Coffee
and donuts will be served. The
public may attend.
*Edgewater Fire-Rescue
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p.m. each Tuesday at the Fire-
Rescue Association Fire Hall,
2616 Hibiscus Drive. Two games
have $100 jackpots. The facility is
non-smoking. snacks and soft
drinks are available for purchase.
All proceeds benefit the Fire-
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Week two of festival offers diverse acts
By Sandra Frederick
For Hometown News
The LSO returned to headline the inaugural Daytona Beach International Festival, like they have been doing for over 40 years. Revered as one of
the world's leading orchestras, the 96-member LSO will perform seven concerts, several chamber concerts and recitals, and a series of in-home
performances during the week.
In addition to the LSO, the 2009 Festival will feature a diverse lineup of phenomenal artists from around the world, performing everything from
bluegrass to dance, and classical to Latin-jazz, at venues throughout Daytona Beach and Central East Florida.
Here is a listing of this week's performances (for this week's LSO performances, see page B1):


April 21


Brasil Guitar Duo:
7 p.m. Palm Coast Unit-,
ed Methodist Church,
Palm Coast, $20
Jodo Luiz and Douglas
Lora make up, the award-
winning Brasil Guitar Duo.
With full touring schedules
on two continents, Luiz
and Lora are quickly
becoming one of the most
preeminent guitar duos of
their generation. Winners
of the 2006 Concert Artists
Guild (CAG) International
Competition, the two have
developed an extensive
repertoire of classical gui-
tar, as well as traditional
music from Brazil. The duo
most recently released the
complete works for two


guitars by composer Mario
Castelnuovo-Tedesco to
commemorate the 40th
anniversary of his death.

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8 p.m., Athens Theater,
DeLand, $20
One of today's hottest
young Latin bands will
take the stage in DeLand
for a show to remember.
The two-time Grammy-
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Cuba's premiere conserva-
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Since that time, the group
has been enthusiastically
sharing the irresistible
rhythms of their Latin jazz
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festivals and venues
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April 24

Salsa Under the Stars
with Tiempo Libre:
10 p.m., Plaza Resort,
Daytona Beach, $20
After their Thursday
night concert, Tiempo
Libre will offer a lively
beach front salsa night
with Salsa under the Stars
at the Shores Resort & Spa.
A new event to the Festival,
this provides Festival goers
a chance to cut loose and
enjoy music from the two-


time Grammy-nominated
group. Named the "Best
Latin Band 2008" by the
New York Times, Tiempo
Libre will transform the
pool deck and beach front
at the Shores Resort & Spa
into the hottest dance
party in town.
April 23 and 25


PROJECT:
10 p.m. Bank & Blues
Club, Daytona Beach, $20
A dynamic young group,


PROJECT will dazzle audi-
ences with their incredi-
ble fusion of jazz, hip-hop
and world music. Offering
audiences a combination
of classical repertoire with
original compositions,
PROJECT prides itself on
blurring the lines of clas-
sical music. The group is
known for their innovative
style and high energy per-
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VOLUSIA COUNTY -
From a beatboxing flutist to
a Latin timba group, the
Daytona Beach Internation-
al Festival's Late Night Series
isn't your usual classical
music fare.
And that's exactly what
event organizers were going
for.
"Our desire is to intro-
duce a new demographic of
people to the festival," said
Manny Bornia, executive
vice-president and chief
operating officer of the festi-
val.
The Late Night Series will
kick off on April 17 with
Sophie Milman, a 25-year-
old Russian-born jazz
singer, performing at the
Bank & Blues Club in Day-
tona Beach.
Mr. Bornia said this is the
first time that the festival


has targeted a younger audi-
ence and it was the brain-
child of Club 212.
Club 212 is compromised
of more than 200 local
young professionals, some
of whom are the children of
the festival organizers and
board members.
"We are the people in line
to carry on the tradition,"
Mr. Bornia, 27, said. "I'm the
market (we want to target).
We had to ask 'why would I
come to this?'"
And so far, they are getting
the right answer, Mr. Bornia
said.
"The response has been
well," he said. "Tickets are
moving very quickly."
Tickets for all seven shows
are under $30.
"We wanted something
accessible and chic, some-
thing that wasn't as serious,"
Mr. Bornia said. "The acts'
are all across the board. The
artistic quality is never com-


promised."
On April 24, for the second
show in the series, the Latin
group Tiempo Libre will per-
form poolside at the Plaza
Resort and Spa in Daytona
Beach for "Salsa Under the
Stars."
"It's very different," Mr.
Bornia said. "It will be on the
beach and high energy."
High energy indeed.
"Be prepared, it's not a
concert, it's a Cuban party,"
said Tiempo Libre's musical
director and pianist Jorge
Gomez during a recent
phone interview from
Miami. "People have to be
ready to move. There are no
inhibitions."
The Miami-based group
has received two consecu-
tive Grammy nominations
and is hoping their upcom-
ing release "Bach in Havana"
will score one as well.
The album, which will be
released on May 5, is a trib-
ute to German composer
Johann Sebastian Bach -
with a Latin twist, of course.
"(Bach) was the first piece
I played on piano," Mr.
Gomez said. "We all studied
that music."
The seven members of
Tiempo Libre were all
friends and went to school
together in Cuba.
They each left the country
and moved to different parts
of the world.
"You don't come directly


to -America," Mr. Gomez
said.
After leaving Cuba, each
member honed their musi-
cal craft in their tiempo libre
("free time" in Spanish)
wherever they were.
Eventually, they all got
together again in Miami and
now they are touring the
country, luring people to the
dance floor with their rhyth-
mic beats.
"There were difficult
times, where we were wash-
ing dishes" Mr. Gomez said.
"But, the one thing is all
your dreams come true in
the United States."
Other performances
scheduled for the Late Night
Series include PROJECT, an
instrumental ensemble that
gained a following on
YouTube. The group features
Greg Pattillo, a beatboxing
flutist whose videos on
YouTube. have been viewed
more than 30 million times.
They will perform April 25 at
the Bank & Blues Club.
Chuchito Valdes, Cuban
pianist, bandleader and
composer who has won five
Grammys, will take the stage
at the Bank & Blues Club for
three nights April 30- May 2.
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From the hands of children: remove remote, insert fishing pole


A couple of weeks ago, I
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morning helping out
with the Ormond Beach Kiwanis
Club's fishing derbyforkids. On a
perfect morning, around 25 kids
and some parents assembled at a
lake on the north end of
Ormond's great Central Park'
If you have not been there, you
need to stop by. The park lies just
east of Nova Road and extends
from south of Hand Avenue to
just north of Division Street
There are seven lakes and miles


of wide-paved biking and hiking
trails. The city has done a good
job ensuring that this beautiful
area will be preserved for posteri-
ty. The kids were filled with
expectations and arrived early at
the fishing derbywhere they were
met by numerous club volun-
teers. Within minutes, the
bluegill began coming up with
each catch bringing squeals from
the eager participants.
For that matter, the earth-
worms that they were using for
bait caused a few squeals of their


own. Several nice large-mouth
bass were seen lurking around
the edges, but none would take
the bait.
Curious turtles raised their
heads to see what all of the com-
motion was about while the resi-
dent wading birds wisely took
refuge across the lake to wait out
their unexpected visitors.
Me and the other adults on
hand were kept busy untangling
lines, keeping the bait supply
moving smoothly and helping
return the catch safely to the


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help out and take pictures.
As for the members of the
Kiwanis Club, they are to be com-
mended for the time and effort
they give each year in getting the
kids out to fish. They provide the
tackle, bait, drinks and awards for
largest fish and most fish caught.


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There was way too many mem-
bers present to list here, but they
and their entire organization
deserves the thanks of our com-
munity for providing such a fine
day of fishing.
Folks, pond or lake fishing is
the simplest form the sport may
take.
No matter where you live in
Volusia County, you are not far
from a body of water. Without
much effort or expense, you can
give a youngster a thrill by help-
ing them catch a few fish.
Small hook, little line, a bob-
ber and a piece of bamboo are all
that's needed to jerk perch from
most any pond.
The excitement caused by even
the smallest catch will be your
reward and who knows, maybe


the fisherman in you will have a
little fun of your own.
These days too many of our
children and grandchildren seek
entertainment in front of some
electronic screen. That's fine, but
does not compare to catching
and touching a live fish.
This spring take the time to
enjoy our fine weather by taking a
little one fishing. I have yet to
meet a bad kid who is a dedicated
fisherman.
Dan Smith has fished the
waters ofVolusia Countyfor 40
years. When he's not fishing, the
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Check your equipment before getting back into the swing


M any Florida
golfers take the
winter off.
Between crowded tee
sheets and higher prices,
many of us choose to let
our games hibernate.
By now, some of you are
dusting off your clubs in
anticipation of that first
round since late last year.
If you plan to play your
best golf this spring and
summer, it's important
that your equipment be up
to the task.
You need to take a good


look at your clubs. Exam-
ine the heads, grips and
shafts. Most importantly,
make sure that they are as
ready to play as you are.
Start with your grips.
Grips are probably the
most overlooked part of a
club. Since the grip is the


only place that you
actually contact the club,
your grips must be in good
shape for you to maintain
control and hit good shots.
If your grips are simply
dirty, wash them off. It's a
good idea to wash your
grips every couple of
weeks in soap and water.
Between the dirt and oil
on your hands and the dirt
and dust that settle into
your golf bag, you'd be
surprised how much crud
you need to remove.
If your grips are hard or
show wear in spots from
where you hold the club,
then it's time for replace-
ments. When you replace
your grips, take a look at
your hand size in relation-
ship to the grip size.
Properly-sized grips are an
easy change to make and
one that will make you a
more consistent player.
Larger grips take your
wrists out of your swing
and may help if you're
hitting an ugly hook.
Smaller grips will help
promote a release and get
rid of a push or fade.
Think about making
sure that all of your grips,


except for your putter, are
the same. This is one way
to allow your hands to
have the same feel with
every club in the bag.
The shafts are next.
Check for rust. Surface
rust can be removed with
WD-40 or a No. 2 pencil. If
the rust returns, it's time
to replace the shaft before
it fails. A more serious
shaft problem would be a
dent or ding in a steel
shaft. These make the
shaft weak and inconsis-
tent, and should be
replaced to avoid snap-
ping it during a swing.
Make sure that none of
your shafts are loose. To
test your shafts, grab onto
the head with one hand
and the grip with the other
and twist. Any movement
or squeaks indicate a loose
head. Shafts can become
loose through normal play,
especially if you store your
clubs in your car. Extreme
heat or cold can cause the
epoxy to break down.
You want all of your
shafts to have a similar
flex. If all of your irons'
shafts don't.match, the
playability of one club to


the next could be compro-
mised.
With graphite shafts,
check to make sure the
shafts aren't wearing
where they touch the top.
of your golf bag. Over
time, many graphite shafts
will have a worn patch
from rubbing against the
bag. A good solution is
using covers that protect
that area or a bag designed
to protect graphite shafts.
How do the clubheads
look? Clean out the
grooves with a brush. The
buildup of dirt in the
grooves prevents the club
from imparting the proper
spin on the ball. A ball
with little or no spin acts
like a knuckle ball in the
air and doesn't penetrate
the wind or fly very far.
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lie. Clubs can get out of
alignment through normal
play. A two-degree change
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as 10 yards in distance. A
properly-lofted set will not
have any distance gaps.
Ever wonder why you hit
your six-iron the same
distance as your seven?
Maybe their lofts are


nearly the same.
A club that sits too flat
will cause the toe to dig in,
opening the clubface
giving you a slice or fade. A
club that sits too upright
will allow the heel to dig
in, closing the clubface,
producing a hook.
If you're not sure how to
check all of these items
yourself, call your favorite
shop. Most shops charge a
small fee to adjust your
clubs for loft and lie, and
many will check them for
free when replacing your
grips. New grips typically
cost less than $10 installed
and your entire set can be
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This weekend, take some
time to check your clubs
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season. Who knows,
maybe your swing isn't
what needs to be fixed.

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LSO Classical II
April 26, 4 p.m., Peabody
Auditorium, Daytona
Beach, $72, $52, $44, $30
Maestro Harding returns
to the podium to lead the
Orchestra in the Classical
II concert, with a program
that will feature soloists
Gareth Davies, LSO Princi-
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LSO Principal Harpist.
Davies has been the Prin-
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since 1999 and is a Profes-
sor of Flute at the Royal
College of Music. Since
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Harpist with the LSO, and
he's given master classes in
London, Rio de Janeiro
and Chicago. Under Mr.
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Wolfgang Amadeus
Mozart's Concerto for
Harp, Flute and Orchestra
in C Major (K. 299).
LSO Classical III
April 30, 8 p.m., Peabody
Auditorium, Daytona
Beach, $72, $52, $44,-$30
In a special treat for Day-
tona Beach residents and
visitors, the LSO Classical
III concert will feature
world-renowned Lalo
Schifrin in an incredible
evening of Mr. Schifrin's
Latin American Jazz,
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"The- Amiryville Horror,"
all three films from the
"Rush Hour" trilogy, and
"Abominable." Mr. Schifrin
and the LSO will be joined
by Pierre Boussaguet on
double bass, Alex Acuna
on drums, and James Mor-
rissori on trumpet flugel-
horn and trombone.
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one of the most conspicu-
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saxophones and piano.
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May 1, 8 p.m., Peabody
Auditorium, Daytona
Beach,$72,$52,$44,$30
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Jarvi will
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American
themed
perform-
Hailed by i0
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York Times Jarvi
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music.
LSO ClassicalV
May 2, 8 p.m., Peabody
Auditorium, Daytona
Beach, $72, $52, $44, $30
Daniel Harding returns
to the podium, to conduct
the final concert of the
PLSO Classical Series, arid
marks the conclusion of
the 2009 Daytona Beach
International Festival. The
Festival finale will feature
a program that includes
-Igor Stravinsky's Firebird
Suite and Carl Orff's block-
buster oratorio Carmina
Burana. During Carmina
Burana, the orchestra will
be joined by, the Winter
Park Bach Festival Choir,
directed by John Sinclair,


DMA. The Bach Festival
Choir joined the LSO in
2007 for a breathtaking
performance, described by
the Orlando Sentinel as a
"first-rate performance."
Joining the LSO and Bach
Festival Choir is the Winter
Park Bach Festival Youth
Choir, featuring children
between the ages of 9 and
15.
LSO Pops:
Celebration of Speed
April 25, 7:30 p.m.,
Ocean Center, Daytona
Beach,$52,$40,$29
Making her DBIF debut,
conductor





be the Zhang
will take
the stage
to lead
the ever
popular
L S sO
Concert,
consid-
ered to Xian
be the Zhang
largest
indoor symphonic concert
in the southeastern United
States. The concert will
focus on all aspects of


speed, irllingcluding a focusha


combines music and
on Daytona Beach as the


musical tribute to speed. The
audience should hold onwas
tight names the orchestra





Toscanini Associate Con-
ductor ofrops the New York
Philharmoling celebration that which
combinshe has worked since 2004.and
multi-media effects-in a
musical tribute to speed.
In 2007, Xian Zhang was
named the first Arturo
Toscanini Associate Con-
ductor of the New York
Philharmonic, with which'
she has worked since 2004.
LSO Student Concert
April 30, 11:00 a.m.,
Peabody Auditorium, Day-
tona Beach
The LSO and AT&T Youth
Ensemble will present a
fun and interactive pro-
gram designed for the stu-
dents of Volusia County.
Michael Francis will con-
duct the. concert in a
relaxed, kid-friendly
atmosphere. Playing
pieces that are familiar
and appeal to a younger
audience, this perform-
ance is a great way to
expose the children of
Volusia County schools to
the performing arts and a
world-famous orchestra.
The 2009 Festival events
feature some of the world's
greatest artists performing
in the most diverse collec-
tion of concerts ever pro-
duced at the Festival. Sin-
gle tickets are currently on
sale.
DBIF Family Days: April
25, 12-5 p.m., and April 26,


4-9 p.m., Daytona Beach
Band Shell
For the first time in Fes-
tival history, DBIF is pro-
ducing a FREE Family
Weekend at the 2009 Festi-
val Place in Ocean Walk
Shoppes and the Daytona
Beach Band Shell. This fun
event is geared toward the
entire family, and will fea-
ture performances by great


bands, Festival artists and
more. Continuing the Cel-
ebration of Speed theme of
the April 25 Pops! Concert,
the Family Weekend will
offer a chance to meet with
artists for autographs and
will close with an incredi-
ble sunset concert by the
LSO Brass on Sunday, April
26, starting at 7 p.m. The


LSO Brass concert will
offer an intense sound
with popular music the
entire family can enjoy.

Festival Place will serve
as the hub for the 2009 Fes-
tival with a beachside tick-
et booth, free performanc-
es, Festival information
and much more.


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Sunday, April 26th, 2009
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through when the chips are
down. Great job, Leo.

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Life is going so good that
occasional challenges are
met with ease. Your track
record is well known. You
always take care of others
around you first. You just
know instinctively what to
do next. You take care of the


moment and let go of the
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CARPENTRY LLC
Specializing in DOOR
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doors, Crown & other
moldings, garage storage
solutions, attic stairs,
custom work & other car-
pentry 30+ yrs. Lic & Ins
386-304-1228.


CHIMNEY & Dryer Vent
Cleaning Since 1965. All
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Remodel/Addition/Repair,
Replace Doors/ windows,
Kitchen/Bath, 25 Yrs Exp.
St Lic#CBC1255638, Ins.
386-756-3397, 299-2132



A BETTER Lawn'Service
Complete yard service.
Mulching, Powerwashing,
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Property & Garden Maint.
Foreclosure Maintenance
Licensed / Insured
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GREENLEAF LAWN
SERVICES 8*yrs exp.
Reliable. Lrg/small props.
Full svc: Weeding, trim-
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decorative stone, brick
flower bedsl Lic/Insured.
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Jason 386-405-5379


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Scorpio-Oct..23-Nov. 21
You are a winner in life.
Why? Because you have a
strong sense of your gifts
and talents and use them
consistently. Your positive
sense of self and inner guid-
ance is- always leading and
propelling you in the right
direction. Release anything
that would diminish your
energy and you will contin-
ue to lead a charmed life.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Take time to feed your emo-
tional needs each day, so
you don't end up feeling
sad inside. The three most
important things for you are
to have joy in your soul,
love in your heart and hope
and purpose in your life. Let
this joy pour out.into every
area of your life and bring
new and better magic to all
you are guided to meet.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan 19
When you feel extra stress,
it comes from thinking too
much and procrastinating.
Let your visions, dreams
and inspirations guide you
and us. Direct us toward the
desires in your heart. This is
you at your best. Keep a
lighter touch. Your joy,
humor, love and hope are
greatly desired. We all need
your special loving gifts.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
You are one of the most
respected signs in the uni-
verse. Why? Because you
respect everyone. You are
the great peacemaker. Your
health, abundance and
emotional well being all
hinge on your personal hap-
piness. When you are
happy, the world around
you is happy. Never lose
sight of the positive effect .
you have on people.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
One of your main chal-
lenges is to find ways to
maintain good health and
balance in your active life.
You must do things every
day to maintain this bal-
ance. It starts by taking care
of your own enpotional and
physical needs. There is just
no way to scream at you
loud enough to get your
attention and hope you do
this.


Friday, April 17, 2009


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EXTREME RECOVERY
ives Notice of
foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these
vehicles on 5/05/2009,
8:00am at 750 Carswell
Ave Holly Hill, FL 32117,
pursuant to subsection
13.78 of the Florida
Statutes. Extreme
Recovery reserves the
right to accept or reject
any and/or all bids.
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avail. Building 8 sec 26
level D Crypt 1 & 2.
Asking $3500 Call
678-358-3072
VOLUSIA MEMORIAL
PARK 2bburial spaces 2
custom built vaults
companion bronze
marker, Section E3 Lot
86 sites 1 & 2 Value
$10,800 will sell for
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WANTED JUNK CARS
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circa 1830 Good
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BACK THERAPY, Teeter
hang ups, $199, new,
386-423-5695 VOL
BAND SAW, Craftsman,
12", tilt head, like new,
$125, 386-426-2372 VOL
BASKETBALL HOOP,
lifetime 10' adjustable,
$25, 6hp engine, gas,
$75, 321-258-6760 NB
BATH TUB, slip resist-
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386-673-7895 VOL
BED FRAME, Full or
Queen, $10, 39 piece
dish set, new, $20,
386-761-4483 VOL
BED FRAME, full size,
antique, complete, $99.
Will trade. 386-252-3007
BED, beautiful dark wal-
nut poster bed, queen
:size, with mattress, $150,
386-756-5044 VOL
BIKE Ladies 26" Mon-
goose bike, $100, Men's
26" Huffy Mountain bike,
$75, 386-427-8246 VOL
BIRD CAGES, 5'x 4'x 4',
hame made, $25,
386-690-1804 VOL
BOAT 2' long, new in
box, remote controlled,
$50 firm, 386-763-0845
VOL
BOAT, 10' aluminum Jon
Boat, $200,
386-441-5564 VOL
BUTCHER BLOCK, 2"
Boos Block, with stools,
$150, .5hp well pump,
$50, 386-212-6698 VOL


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OPPORTUNITY
PUBLISHERS NOTICE
All rental and real estate ORMOND BEACH- 2 HACIENDA DEL RIO 162 ACRES LAFAY-
advertising in the Home- story 3/2.5/2 end unit, 55+ Edgewater $39,000 ETTE CO. FLA. Planted
town News is subject to CBS const. cul-de-sac. waterfront community. Pine, Hardwood Bottoms. 3a
the Federal Fair Housing North of Granada. Close 212 screen porch, shed, Road Frontage & Great tra
Law which makes it ille- to shopping, beach & 1-95 pools, fishing dock Hunting. $3700/acre. mi
gal to advertise any pref- $169,900 386-677-3655 boat/rv ramp & storage, Southern Pine Planta- Di
erence, limitations or dis- clubhouse. 386-405-8828 tions 352-867-8018 $1
crimination based on SATELLITE BCH 3/2-1/2
race, sex, handicap, fam- 1c gar, Lg living & Dining MELBOURNE, WATER- BUY TIMESHARE Re- 67
ilial status or national ori- rooms. Gourmet S/S kit. FRONTI 2/2 Immaculate sales Save 60-80% off
gin or any intention to cherry cabinets, Ex- Condition! Must See! 55+ Retaill Best Resorts &
make suchpreference, tremely spacious. New park w/comm. pool, ac- Seasons. Call for Free S
limitation or discrimina- roof/ac, all new flooring. tive clubhouse, $77,900 Timeshare Magazine!
tion In addition, the Fair $159,900. 678-984-1115 407-375-6992; 291-1458 1-800-639-5319 www. Ti
Housing Ordinance pro- MELBOURNE: Only holidaygroup.com/flier Af
hibits discrimination $2995 3/2 12"x60" All GAINESVILLE, Florida Fit
based on age, marital I New: CHA, vinyl siding, Keystone Heights golf 10
status, sexual orientation, skirting & concrete drive- community, 1.87 acres, w/
gender identity, or ex- DAYTONA PARK ES- way. Adult park. 336' road frontage, could c
pression. We will not not TATES $95 down $95/ 866-797-6106 be separated. Reduced! up
knowingly accept any mo. Build now or future. $65,500 772-971-1251
advertising which is in Streets in, electric in. ORMOND BEACH 55+ $65,500 772-971-1251
violation of the law. All Nine lots left! No credit community, 12x60, 2br/ GEORGIA 10+ acres.
persons are-herby in- check. 386-566-7239 1.5ba, enclosed porch Ware County Georgia LI
formed that all dwellings $14,900. Also, 2 lots avail near Waresboro on H,
are available on an equal FLAGLER COUNTY 5 for newer MH's $325/mo. McDonald Road, lots of Hi
basis, acres, 285' on SR-100 386-672-1276/451-4018 beautiful trees. G
West. Concrete driveway
includes culvert. $89,000. ORMOND BEACH $22,500.00 for complete ME
IOwner/agent completely renovated package. 912-427-7062 m
386-503-0936 2-br/1/ba. Lot 110x60. Cell# 912-269-9349 5
Fenced yard, carport, GEORGIA Beautiful 3/2 -
glassed in Florida room. cabin in North Georgia
Unbelievable ff Nova Rd. Convenient Mtns. noisy stream, C;
to everything. $60,000 spring water, decks, gr
ORMOND AREA: Intra- 386-615-9473 wooded, secluded acces- bi
coastal comp renovated, PORT ORANGE 55+ sible, near Carters Lake las
double lot, riparian rights. LAKE HELEN: Beautiful Colony in the Woods. 2/2 & Fire station. $134,900.
$394,900 Barbara Sand- lakefront 3.5ac, horses & 24 x 40 screen room,706-273-4514
berg Codwl Bankere rom


berg, Coldwell Banker
Expert 386-677-7727
ORMOND BEACH: Wa-
terfront Living. Buy now
before prices increase.
Halifax Riverfront. Gor-
geous Estate Lot, 320'
deep wlSeawall. Only
$733,025 Volusia County
Assessment $963,175
Cinder Block Home with
Pool. 906 Est Riverside
Drive, Sol Sashin, Lic.
RE Broker Sashin Realty,
Inc 386-672-3220 or Hot-
line 386-295-4967
ORMOND, Riverfront
Tomoka Estates, 212
Split plan, seawall w/
boat ramp, Lg carport,
Florida rm, Lg yard.
$249;900 386-547-4783
ORMOND, Riverfront
Tomoka Estates, 4/2 new
ba /2 block home, Con-
crete seawall, New Kitch-
en, Lg' Florida rm,
$349,900 386-547-4783
S. DAYTONA, Canal
Front, Intercoastal Views,
3/2/2 + bonus rm, Lg
additional parking area,
new pool w/privacy wall.
open floor plan. Only
$549,900 386-547-4783




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1700sqft $419,000 Wei-
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Elefante 386-690-6100

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1900sqft $475,000 Wei-
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Make offers!!!
HOMES
2 bed remodeled,
wow...................$89000
2 bed furnished,
ind. TV............... 4.000
4 bed with florida
room...................$119.000
3 bed with loft, divorce
sale.....................$260,000
CONDOS
NEAR GOLF
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remodeled...........$89.000
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PENTHOUSE OCEAN
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Broker/Owner
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DAYTONA, 3/1, fenced
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area, recently remodeled,
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Susan or Addam
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Realty Pros & Associates
MIMS, WATERFRONT
completely remodeled
3/2/2 home; 1 acre on
deep water lake. Relax
on back deck and' enjoy
beautiful lake view
$155,000 321-961-2020.
PORT ORANGE Cypress
Cove, 3/2/2 New kitchen
2 sided fireplace between
LR & FR small dock on
lake. Solar heated pool
$240,900 See photos at
Buy Owner 0RL26757
386-761-5938/299-1268
PORT. ST LUCIE, FL:
Starting Under $100,000
Almost New.
Up to $8,000 1st Time
Homebuyers.
$10,000 Bond For Clos-
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Diane M&D Realty
561-313-5387
SPRUCE CREEK
FLY-IN
Gated Comm. 2/2/2, new
carpet, on golf course,
$199,900 or Rent
$1,050/mo. White Real
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cows. Reduced $110,000
Owner financing. Close
to Deland. NancyWelchert
Realtors 386-212-7442
LIQUIDATION PRICING
Okeechobee 10 and 80
acre ranchettes starting
at only $8995/acre!
That's 50% off mkt value!
Cheap owner financing!
Motivated & only 6 left!
1st Realty Chase
561-385-7888
NC MOUNTAINS
Warm Winters/Cool
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includes acreage
$99,900. Mountain&
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Financing Available!!
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park. Reduced to
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Beautiful Palm Harbor
in gated comm, on the
intracoastal. 496 .La Co-
quina, Hacienda Del Rio,
Edgewater. Furn split
plan 3/2 1750 sqft. Newer
tile carpeted bdrms. 20
x20 FL rm with heat and
air. Lg kitchen dbl car-
port, Ig shed & storage
for RV's-& boats. Asking
$69,900 $10,000 below
appraisal. Open Sat and
Sun 2 to 4 386-690-4436
Daytona MAKE OFFER
55+ Colony South. 2/2,
screen porch all new
laminate flooring, redone
kitchen w/d, 2 sheds, 2
.pools, 2 clubhouses,
$23,500 386-322-2477
MELBOURNE Beach
2-br/2-ba 55+ furnished
apple's, newly renovated.
FL rm carport, Condo fee
$76/mo' incl cable, lawn.
$75,900 321-951-8691
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new wood floors & carpet
$9800. 501-940-8458 or
870-854-3767
PORT ORANGE WILL
FINANCE Doublewide, 2
br. $12,900, singlewide
2Br, needs work $5000
cash, No banks needed.
386-566-7239
SOUTH DAYTONA 2/1
Own Land, NO rental.
fees. screen porch, car-
port, A/C, Very quiet &
private. 1072 Palm View.
One block from Reed Ca-
nal. $45,000 Firml
904-824-9206
MELBOURNE MHs




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advertising in the Home- ORMOND BEACH- DAYTONA BAYSHORE, DAYTONA BEACH Be,
town News is subject to Townhouse to share. Pri- Renovated furnished Wanted Tenants w/1 car. 1.5
the Federal Fair Housing vate bath, bedroom & TV lbr/lba Top floor with Benefit from our ltd park- floi
Law which makes it ille- room. Pool, Washer/dryer Oceanview, new carpet, ing w/low rental rates por
gal to advertise any pref- No Pets. $135 weekly tile. Gym, sauna & pool. starting at $560 for 2/1 W/
erence, limitations or dis- 386-615-8264 No Smoking, No Pets. Quiet complex near golf fen
crimination based on For info: 386-427-2980 course & bus line. Incl. do(
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gin keor any intention to u SIDE- 1/1, Behind Bellair
make such preference, Daytona Bch Shores Plaza. No pets. Water
limitation or discrimina- nD Oceanviewl Beautifu 2nd included Central A/C.
tion. In addition, the Fair fi, 3Br/1ba. 3106 S. At- $500 m386- 5699
Housing Ordinance pro- RED lantic. No pets $850 mo.- mo.386-447-5699
hibits discrimination DAYTONA- 386-788-6063/248-1076 PELICAN BAY 2br/2ba
based on age, marital Country Club Condo- furnished end unit w/best
status, sexual orientation, 1br/Iba pool, 2nd floor, i I s view! WID, $895/mo.
gender identity, or ex- new carpet $545/mo incl. -- Lease avail. end of April.
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Removable windshield
Cobra pipes, $4500/obo
321-720-9183
WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
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EDGEWATER 3/2
House on very quiet
street, almost no traffic,
very attractive home
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new kitch. tile throughout
main living'area. Deposit
negotiable. Good home,
for good family. $995/mo
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1976, KZ1000 (1976-
1980), KZ1000R (1982-
1983, Z1R, S1-250,
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35' WINNEBAGO 2001,
2/slideouts, 46k/mi., with
Back Br. Well maint. &
extras, N/S. Asking
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W SMYRNA BEACH
achside on canal, 3/2
-cg. tile and wood
ors, A/C, screened
rch. Inside laundry with
D, Cathedral ceilings
ced yard with boat
ck. $1400/mo + utilit-
.386-447-2013




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$2.200/mo .
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$700/mo
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BOUCHELLE ISLAND
2/2, amenities include
tennis, pool,
pitch'n putt golf.
From $1,200/mo' p
NEW SMYRNA
MAINLAND
29 GLENDEVON DRIVE
2/2 with lof, fireplace,
open floor plan.
$850/mo
594 MT. OLYMPUS
Brand new, 2/2.5
townhouse,
community pool.
$1,000/mo
EDGEWATER
1517 MANGO TREE
2/1, new carpet
garage, large yard.
$800/mo
1854 VICTORY PALM
Large, 3/2 with 2 car
garage. Split.plan. L
Great area:
$950/mo 5
3130 INDIA PALM
.2/2, screened porch,
garage, galley kitchen,
front oourtyard. "
$850/mo


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NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Sugar Mill Golf Course
2/2/2, W/D. gated com-
munity with heated pool
access. $1150/mo FLS
386-441-5824.
ORMOND BEACH gat-
ed community 3 pools.
2Bdrm/2Bath living & din-
ing rms,kitchen, screened
porch, lawn maintenance
included, completely ren-
ovated. $775/mo.
386-672-6899; 299-6737
PALM COAST- 4/2/2
2024sf, w/laminate- firs.
W/D hookup. $995/mo.
Advantage Realty of
Palm Coast Inc.
386-986-4288
www.palmcoastflorida.us
PONCE INLET Pool
home unfurn., dock on
deep water canal, 2 blks
to beach, $1795/mo. 404-
734-7880; 843-341-'5999



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ORMOND TRAILS TH
2br, 2.5ba, jacuzzi, fire-
place, end unit w/2 court
yards. 1600sf. $950.mo
386-672-9991



PORT ORANGE 40+
comm, pool, gym rec
room, jacuzzi, library
2/1.5, w/d, $395/mo. Also
rent to own 386-566-7239


PORT ORANGE Mobile
Home on private lot. 2 br
extra clean. New paint &
carpet. W/D inc. $650
mo. 386-451-5180
PORT ORANGE- Short
term rental 2 to 6 months.
Starting May 1st. 55+
community, 3/2 with car-
port, beautifully furnished.
Large LR/DR & family rm.
$875/mo. 516-785-3236







TITUSVILLE 1 Month
FREE! (*with this ad.)
Offices from 150-4000sf
Totally renovated w/view
of Cape Canaveral. Co
Brokers welcome. Call
Miriam at 954-961-0500



S.Daytona- Pelican Bay
3 Ig bed, 2 bath, Ig kit,
scrn patio, alarm sys,
laundry rm, w/ W/D incls
water, cable, trash. Gated
comm. Lease or tease to
buy! All new! Anytime
407-415-9285



ORMOND BEACH
North US1, w/offc &bath
1,000sf $485mo. similar
savings on 1250sq.ft.
386-451-4018/672-1276


Boats &
N-I Watercraft


24' PRO LINE OPEN
FISHERMAN, exc cond.
250HP Merc, trailer &
equip. $14,000 offers. 1
owner 386-846-4076 see
hotos online www.
ometownnewsol.com ad
#36183
34' WELLCRAFT Scarab
II, 1985. Twin 454's,
clean fast cigarette boat,
fully equipped, ready to
run, full canvas, sleeps 3,
dry stored Brevard Coun-
ty. $17,500/OBO. e-mail
for photos & details at
SBCruiser@aol.com or
call 407-422-6095


BOATS; 1000's of boats
for sale www.florida-
mariner.com reaching 6
million homes weekly
throughout Florida. Tide
charts, Broker Profiles,
Fishing Captains, Dock-
side Dining & More
1-800-388-9307


PARTING OUT 23' Cutty
Cabin boat Professionally
rebuilt 351 Ford Engine
with OMC outdrive.
$2500. 'Misc other items
Including tandem axle
trailer. 386-673-5304


WANTED:
PEOPLE LOOKING FOR PROPERTIES
PROPERTIES LOOKING FOR PEOPLE
AGENTS LOOKING FOR INCOME
SALES / RENTALS MANAGEMENT

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& Associates Realty
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146 S. Atlantic Ave., Ormond Bch, FL 32176


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