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Vol. 4, No. 44 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, November 27, 2009


Commissioner, residents target


neighborhood problems


Hi Hometown News
readers,


Radio station owner
found not guilty

A jury foundWELE Radio
station owner DougWilhite
not guilty of rape and
molestation charges after
several days of trial, but just
minutes of deliberation.
Wilhite was arrested over the
summer after a then 15- year-
old boy he was close to
accused Wilhite of repeatedly
See BRIEF, A6


By Wayne Grant
wgrant@hometownnewsol.com
DAYTONA BEACH City Com-
missioner Derrick Henry and some
residents in Zone 5 are taking a very
targeted approach to improving
quality of life in their neighborhood,
which primarily runs along the
Mason Avenue corridor from Ridge-
wood Avenue to Williamson Boule-
vard.
In a series of three meetings, their
goal is to identify problems, come


up with solutions and then find
ways to implement the solutions.
Mr. Henry designed the format.
"This has always been my way of
solving problems going back to
when I was a student leader at
Rollins College 20 years ago," he
said.
He said getting the community
involved is key.
"I've always believed it is my role
to take the issues to the people and
get them involved in the solutions
and the implementation," he said.


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overnight. It's going e
to take a sustained 50 U Ctia rn.
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to implement any n V-r., n ,
solution." I
In the first meet-
ing held last month the residents The
identified three areas that should be first was "restless youth."
addressed. In the second meeting, Mr. Henry said these were young
solutions to those issues were sug-
gested. See TARGET, A3


The culinary duo of Chef
Greg Forte (left) and Chef
Frank Lauterman of
Daytona State College
gives a cooking demon-
stration during Halifax
Uncorked at the News-
Journal Center in Daytona
Beach Saturday. For more
information on the event,
see pages A2 and B2.





















Randy Barber
staff photographer


New code rule would ban parking in front yard


By Wayne Grant
wgrant@hometownnewsol.com
ORMOND BEACH -
With more people living
together these days to save
expenses, and with most
everyone having a car, find-
ing a place to park can be
difficult.
Parking in the front yard
will be a no-no however, if a
new code is approved by
the city commission.
The city may amend its
code of ordinances to ban


parking in the front yard of
a residence unless it's on an
improved driveway, which
is defined as a durable, all-
weather surface such as
concrete or asphalt.
The City Commission
approved the change in a
first reading last week. The
ordinance will become
final if approved in a sec-
ond reading at 7 p.m. on
Dec. 1 in city commission
chambers at City Hall. The
public will have an oppor-
tunity to speak.


Joanne Naumann, neigh-
borhood improvement
manager, said if anyone is
found to be violating the
code, the first step will be to
contact the residents and
educate them about the
rules.
"This is new so we will
explain the code," Ms. Nau-
mann said. "Hopefully that
will result in finding alter-
nate solutions and remedy-
ing the problem. Education
is the key."
Ms. Naumann said the


new ordinance was created
after complaints about
people parking multiple
cars in their front yard. It's
listed as a "nuisance" ordi-
nance.
There are exceptions for
social gatherings of 24
hours or less, for those who
have unimproved drive-
ways built before Jan. 1,
1998 and for houses on dirt
roads.
Mayor Fred Costello said
the city commission had
discussed the matter and


decided the change was
needed.
"There was a resident
who had 10 cars parked in
his yard and we couldn't do
anything about it," he said.
The new ordinance also
bans parking in the side
yard (except on an
improved surface) if the
house is on a corner and the
side yard faces the street.
Ms. Naumann said a
brochure will be developed
to explain the new code if it
passes into law.


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Principal builds 'field of dreams'


for students, community


By Wayne Grant
wgrant@hometownnewsol.com

DAYTONA BEACH -
You're never too old to
dream.
That's what Judi Winch,
principal of Westside Ele-
mentary School likes to
say, and one of her
biggest dreams has come
true.
Thanks to a federal
grant and donations from
the community, the
school has created a pro-
gram called Westside
Nights Alive, which offers


free recreational and edu-
cational opportunities for
adults, and an afterschool
program for students that
includes tutoring, help
with homework and
recreation.
"Instead of locking up
when we leave at night,
we keep the 'night alive,'"
she said recently. "I
believe the church is the
focal point of the commu-
nity but schools must be
involved also. We wanted
to give kids and parents
things to do and it has
been a huge, huge suc-


cess."
The idea for Westside
Nights Alive started when
Ms. Winch talked to stu-
dents about what they did
after school.
Ms. Winch walks a dif-
ferent student home each
Friday, reads a book with
the child and visits with
the parents.
Three years ago, she
walked a girl home, and
asked her, "What are
going to do now, go out
and play?"
The child said no,
See FIELD, A7


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Westside Elementary School fourth grade teacher Jennifer
Dietz helps Daisjah Rivers, 10, with her homework during
Westside Nights Alive program last week.


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Halifax Uncorked pops


By Jeannine Gage
gage@hometownnews(

DAYTONA B
Manuel Bornia w
ing.
It was about th
into the inaugur
Uncorked food,
jazz festival Satu
Mr. Bornia was t
ning back an
between the "grar
lobby" and the ti
judges table and
demonstra-
tions.
"We sold
out. This is f
fantastic,"
said the presi-
dent of the
Daytona
Beach Inter-
national Fes-
tival, which
put on the
event. "This is
better than
we hoped
for."
What Mr.
Bornia had hope
two-fold. First, hi
local, independent
restaurants and
adding new even
DBIF offerings th
draw a larger, mo
crowd.
Success was ap
both counts.
"We're here to b
the community
expose our rest
more people," sa
Barringer, owner
Wine Company
Smyrna Beach. "
out there right
these kinds of eve
help."
Kevin Manley,
Ivy Lane Bistro
Street, said he w
the event focused
owned restaurants
"Everyone kn
the chains taste
said. "But not so r
ple may know
offer."
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represented at the festival,
serving everything from
duck to salmon to flatbread.
There were also several
wine, beer and beverage
companies offering sam-
ples.
Many people wandering
around the tasting lobby
with plates and small cups
in hand commented that
they had no idea the area
offered so many diverse
restaurants.
"Most of these restau-
rants, I hadn't even heard of


ally have a
diversity of


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here,"
Harrison
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good restaurants B each said.
"This is great;
here. I have had I will definite-
some great food" ly be going
out to dinner
more often."
Ted Allen of
the Food Net-
Ted Allen work, who
served as host
Food Network for the event
and helped
judge the
d for was restaurant's offerings (Blue
ghlighting at Topaz in Flagler Beach
tly owned came out on top), said he
second, was impressed.
its to the "You really have a fantas-
hat would tic diversity of good restau-
re diverse rants here," he said. "I have
had some great food."
parent on Mr. Allen said that with
the bad economy, when
e a part of people may not be going
and to out for meals as much, it is
aurant to the perfect time to hold
aid Adam events like Halifax
of SoNapa Uncorked, which help steer
in New people away from chain
It's tough restaurants.
now, and "I definitely think it helps
cents really the independent restau-
rants and that in turn helps
owner of the community itself," he
on Beach said. "It's great to put the
vas happy focus on independent
on locally restaurants where people
s. are really into it for the love


ows what
like," he
nany peo-
what we

ants were


of cuisine.
Mr. Bornia's second goal,
to reach a more diverse
audience, seemed to hit the
mark as well. Several 20-
somethings at the festival


MML


said they had never heard
of the Daytona Beach Inter-
national Festival before and
were simply drawn by the
food and wine.
"This is a great event,
said Adrienne Glitniak, 27,
of South Daytona. "I hope


they do more things like
this."
Dana Simons, 22, of
Ormond Beach, said the
draw for her was Ted Allen
("I love him!"), but once she
got to the event, she was
pleasantly surprised by all


of it.
"I didn't know what to
expect, but I'm really sur-
prised by the size of it and
the great food."
Mr. Bornia, still beaming,
thanked the local restau-
rants for helping to make


Above: Angie Parker of
Ormond Wine Co. pours a
glass of wine for Don and
Casandra Cashman of
Daytona Beach during
Halifax Uncorked at the
News-Journal Center in
Daytona Beach last
weekend.
Left: Ted Allen of the Food
Network samples a dish
during the Judges Table at
the event. Musician Earl
Klugh (right) also served as
a judge.



Randy Barber
staff photographer
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people whose energy was
not channeled. He said they
are not necessarily involved
in crime.
"They're just restless,
hanging out and making
noise," he said.
The other two targeted
areas were "traffic" and a
"feeling of safety."
Mr. Henry defined a "feel-
ing of safety" as when a
community feels like home.
He said even a person walk-
ing through a yard will upset
a homeowner's feeling of
safety.
Residents at the meeting
suggested finding recre-
ational opportunities for


kids and identified Westside
Elementary School as a pos-
sible resource, which offers
classes and sports activities
to adults in the neighbor-
hood (see story about West-
side Elementary in this
issue.)
Another idea was to open
a local bowling alley to a
youth league.
"It's conceivable the owner
might agree," Mr. Henry
said. "We have to expect the
neighborhood to pitch in."
One resident said bowling
or other activities would sat-
isfy a need for competition
and the group should think
"outside the box" for other
activities, even baking cup-
cakes or having dance or
painting classes.
Neil Harrington does not


live in Zone 5 but said he
attended because he wants
to help.
"I've been in code enforce-
ment so I'm familiar with
your problems," he said.
He suggested getting
young people involved in
helping older people fix up
their houses.
"The answer is only partly
recreation," he said. "That
doesn't satisfy hunger for a
lot of needs. There is money;
let's find it. Let's find kids
who would want to help
these elderly people."
When one resident said
only the "good kids" would
take part in activities, Mr.
Henry said those who attend
would help spread the word.
"The ones that are respon-
sible know the ones that get


Community Notes


'Empty Bowls'
to be held Dec. 4

Mainland High School's
art department will sponsor
its annual "Empty Bowl and
Silent Auction" event to ben-
efit Halifax Urban Min-
istries.
This year Spruce Creek
High School is teaming with
Mainland High School's art
department to make more
than 400 decorative pottery
bowls.


The event will be held
from 6 to 8 p.m., Friday, Dec.
4, at the Mainland High
School cafeteria.
For a $10 donation partic-
ipants will get a customized
bowl, and will be served
soup, salad, dessert and
drink by Mainland's Culi-
nary Arts Department.
Participants will keep the
bowl as a reminder of world
hunger.
Tickets may be purchased at
Mainland High School by call-
ing (386) 258-4665 or by call-


ing Halifax Urban Ministries
at (386) 252-0156.
All checks should be made
payable to Mainland High
School.

Dinner dance planned

The Halifax Plantation-
Middlemore Landing Home-
owners Association is holding
its annual holiday dinner
dance from 6 to 10 p.m., Sat-
urday, Dec. 5, at the Halifax
Plantation Clubhouse.
The public may attend.


Tickets are $37 per person.
The evening includes a
live performance by "Music
by Lenny."
For reservations and tickets,
call (386) 682-5038, (386) 677-
8273 or (386) 672-9502 by Sat-
urday, Nov. 28.
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in trouble," he said. "You'd
be surprised how well they
know each other."
Another resident said,
"We're a community but we
don't communicate. We
need to get to know each
other."
Street captains could solve
communications problems
and also keep an eye on the
neighborhood, suggested
another speaker.
Other ideas included par-
enting seminars, a program
for girls with dance and
cheer lessons, a neighbor-
hood garden, and others.
The third meeting, to find
ways to implement the solu-
tions, will be from 6:30 to 8
p.m. on Dec. 14 at police
headquarters, 129 Valor
Blvd., Daytona Beach.


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rise, hard for police to convict "


By Dan Harkins
For Hometown News
VOLUSIA COUNTY Last Friday, Brian
Teeters was finally having the tubes
removed for his release from Halifax Health
Medical Center after eight days of recon-
structive surgery to his battered right leg.
"It means you're really going home," a
nurse told him.
He still doesn't know who to blame for his
serious injury, which came at the hands of a
hit and run driver. For all of his pain and
suffering, though, Mr. Teeters, 24, is one of
the lucky ones. Just this year, the Florida
Highway Patrol has investigated 13 fatal hit-
and-run accidents; only three have been
solved.
Mr. Teeters was among the hundreds
more who survive hit-and-run crashes,
enduring trauma and time lost from school
or work, only to keep on wondering if any-
one will suffer for their suffering.


At dinnertime on Nov. 12, the 2003
Seabreeze High grad and Navy veteran had
almost steered his motorcycle to Houligan's
restaurant on Clyde Morris in Ormond Beach,
where his father and brother were waiting,
when the driver of a dark gray or blue Jeep
Grand Cherokee pulled out from Coquina
Point and left him nowhere to go: It was too
late to brake effectively, a car blocked his
way to the right, so Mr. Teeters tried the left.
"I smacked my right leg into his bumper,"
he said, from his bed in room 1626 at Hali-
fax, a laptop perched in his lap. "It was far
too late to do anything. My leg was pinned,
then I just flipped up over the bike and car,
did about two or three rolls and then I
remember looking up and noticing that
there wasn't any Jeep around any more."
The Jeep's driver left him bleeding in the
middle of the road. He started screaming,
"Get that person in the Jeep!" He tried to get

See HIT A13


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Brian Teeters of Daytona Beach recuperates at Halifax Health Medical Center from a hit-
and-run accident on his motorcycle.


Commission likes idea of DSC music building on Beach Street


By Wayne Grant
wgrant@hometownnewsol.com
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at a recent city commission
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Edith Shelley, who is on
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has "fantastic possibilities"
but he would need to learn
more specifics.
"I know they'd need a lot
of parking," he said.
The facility would also be
welcomed by Naomi Weiss
of the Daytona Beach Part-
nership Association.
"I've had conversations
with several people on
Beach Street and they are
excited about how it could
stimulate activity," she said.
The idea of a music and
arts facility beside the
News-Journal Center on
Beach Street, bringing hun-
dreds of students to the
area each day, was well
received by the commis-
sioners when Ms. McKay-
Vaughan made her presen-
tation.
She told them she had
talked to Daytona State
College President Kent
Sharples recently about


their plans to construct a
new building and the Beach
Street area was one location
the school was considering.
She said she hoped the
commission would support
the idea, so that Mr.
Sharples would feel confi-
dent in exploring the feasi-
bility of building in that
area.
"The thing that got me
the most excited," Ms.
McKay-Vaughan said, "is
that the president said that
the building would have
recording studios, large
enough for the LSO, and
also practice rooms for stu-
dents. They predict it would
bring 350 students a day to
the Beach Street area."
The commissioners gen-
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would be a boost for the
area and also liked the loca-
tion.
"I understand that this is
a difficult issue because
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Police report


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
*Sammie James Walden,
69, of 415 Jackson Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 13 on
charges of sale of a sched-
uled II substance. Bail was
set at $7,500.
*Isreal Julio Campos, 22,
of 439 Auburn Drive No.
202, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 13 on
charges of dealing stolen
property. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Yvonne Layzell York, 57,
of 116 Ibis Court, Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov.
14 on charges of aggravat-
ed assault. Bail was set at
$5,000.
*Melissa Ann Matucha,
25, of 397 Oakridge Blvd.,
Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 14 on
charges of burglary and
possession of a controlled
substance. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Shawn Patrick O'Reilly,
43, of 1400 S. Nova Road,
Apt. 213, Daytona Beach,
was arrested Not. 14 on
charges of burglary to a
conveyance and false veri-
fication pawn broker. Bail
was set at $5,000.
*Cory Lamar Johnson,
23, of 737 Greene Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 14 on
charges of trafficking
cocaine. Bail was not set.
*Jarrell Dwone Watson,
25, of 1350 Virginia Ave.,
No. 10, Daytona Beach,
was arrested Nov. 14 on
charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$7,500.
*Jimmy Carter Revolus,


33, of 118 Willet Way, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 14 on charges of
unlawful sex act with a
minor. Bail was set at
$3,750.
*Nicole Daniela
Munchen, 19, of 500
Jimmy Ann Drive, Apt. 821,
Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 15 on
charges of grand theft. Bail
was set at $2,500.
*Melinda Cowart Jack-
son, 46, of 215 Fairview
Ave., Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 15 on
charges of uttering a for-
gery. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Christopher M.
Hartzell, 35, of 431 N. Hali-
fax No. 10, Daytona Beach,
was arrested Nov. 15 on
charges of unlawful pos-
session of a controlled
substance with intent,
domestic attempted homi-
cide and possession of a
firearm/ammo by a con-
victed felon. Bail was set at
$10,000.
*Alvero Jackson, 35, of
420 N. Fredrick, Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov.
15 on charges of aggravat-
ed battery domestic. Bail
was not set.
*Ray Anthony Lee, 47, of
764 Kentucky St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov.
15 on charges of felony
theft (grand) and unlawful
possession of cocaine. Bail
was set at $4,000.
*Clarence James Fields,
35, of 933 Kathy St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 15 on charges of bat-
tery. Bail was not set.
*Dan Augusta Reed Jr.,
19, of 115 Hudson St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 15 on charges of pos-
session of cannabis with
intent to sell. Bail was set
at $1,500.
*Dominique D. Johnson,
19, of 329 Walnut St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested


Nov. 15 on charges of tam-
pering with evidence. Bail
was set at $3,000.
*Doris A. Zoern, 19, of
801 S. Ridgewood Ave., No.
4, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 16 on
charges of grand theft
auto. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Promise September
Cox, 24, of 142 S. Keech St.,
Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 16 on
charges of grand theft. Bail
was set at $2,250.
*Jacob Bernard Felton,
39, of 1225 Kennedy Road,
No. 6, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 16 on
charges of burglary to an
occupied dwelling. Bail
was set at $1.500.
*Marion Clyde Crawford,
35, of 321 Weaver St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 16 on charges of
unlawful possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,750.
*Hakeen Bernard Dou-
glas, 19, of 1022 Berkshire
Road, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 16 on
charges of grand theft
auto. Bail was set at $2,500.
*Alberta Sue Pangburn,
26, of 1480 S. Nova Road,
No. 275, Daytona Beach,
was arrested Nov. 17 on
charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*Richard Lamont Grice,
25, of 574 Orange Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 17 on
charges of aggravated
assault with a firearm. Bail
was set at $5,000.
*Lisa Ann Duvall, 27, of
431 N. Halifax Apt. No. 10,
Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 18 on
charges of fraudulent use a
credit card more than $100
and felony petit theft. Bail
was set at $5.000.
*Audrey Roberts Toliver,
51, of 650 Marco St., Day-


tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 18 on charges of
aggravated assault. Bail
was not set.
*Christine Diane Hunt,
30, of 245 N. Halifax, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 18 on charges of
fraudulent use of a person-
al ID. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Freddie L. Jones Jr., 35,
of 316 N. Ridgewood Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 18 on
charges of sale and deliv-
ery of a controlled sub-
stance. Bail was set at
$5,500.

Ormond Beach
Police Department

*Jerry Roy Crew, 53, of
2003 Linda Ave., Ormond
Beach, was arrested Nov.
14 on charges of petit theft
third or subsequent
offense. Bail was set at
$1,000.

Holly Hill
Police Department

*Michael Jason Thomas,
21, of 1318 Hiawatha Ave.,
Holly Hill, was arrested
Nov. 13 on charges of
sale/delivery of a con-
trolled substance. Bail was
set at $2,500.
*Tony Labrond Williams,
42, of 1135 Cave Ave., Holly
Hill, was arrested Nov. 14
on charges of manslaugh-
ter with a firearm and pos-
session of a firearm by
convicted felon. Bail was
not set.

Volusia County
Sheriffs Office

*Elizabeth Anne Schaf-
fer, 19, of 1745 Maryland
Ave., Holly Hill, was arrest-
ed Nov. 19 on charges of


Wanted person:
Anterio Rashad Brown

Reason wanted:
Grand Theft/Drugs

Birth date:
Nov. 5, 1990

Last Known Location:
Daytona Beach

Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is
seeking information on
the whereabouts of
Anterio Rashad Brown,
19.
Brown's last known
address was on South
Caroline Street in Day-
tona Beach.
He's wanted on three
warrants charging him
with grand theft, aggra-
vated assault, posses-
sion of cocaine, posses-
sion of marijuana,
resisting arrest without
violence, fleeing or
attempting to elude a
law enforcement offi-
cer, driving with a sus-
pended license and vio-
lation of pre-trial
conditions.
Brown is 5-feet 7
inches and weighs
about 120 pounds and
has black hair and
brown eyes. He may


unarmed burglary to an
unoccupied structure. Bail
was set at $1,250.
*Billy Roque Monteiro,
24, of 1745 Maryland Ave.,


Anterio Rashad
Brown
have a .380-caliber
handgun in his posses-
sion and should be con-
sidered armed and dan-
gerous. If you see Brown
or know where he is,
don't attempt to appre-
hend him.
Anyone with informa-
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whereabouts is asked to
call Crime Stoppers
toll-free at (888) 277-
TIPS. You can also Text
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"TIP231 plus your mes-
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Stoppers will remain
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Holly Hill, was arrested
Nov. 19 on charges of
unarmed burglary to an
unoccupied structure. Bail
was set at $1,000.


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Volusia County students
need more homework


The new skateboard park at Bethune Point Park in
Daytona Beach is open until 9:30 p.m. each night.
It is absolutely loaded with children skateboarding. It
seems to me that the largest portion of my property tax
bill is going towards the schools.
It is blatant that the teachers inVolusia County are not
giving these kids enough homework.
They are out here every night, forced to leave at 9:30
p.m. when the park closes, and they are out on school
nights.
What happened to chores at home and then doing
your homework on school nights?
There are hundreds of kids out here. It proves without
a doubt they are not getting homework.

Keep Christmas in the parades

I am reading a local publication's calendar of events. It
is addressing the upcoming holiday season. What
stands out so blatantly is the city of Ormond Beach is
having a Christmas parade. Excellent. The city of Holly
Hill is having a Christmas parade. And here we go with
Daytona Beach, we're having a holiday parade. I'll be
attending two out of three.

Christmas is coming way too soon

As I sit here today, thankful that I have finally found a
job, I started thinking about the Christmas holidays.
You can't help it. We are smothered by it on TV, in the
stores and everywhere else.
Now everyone knows that this is the time of year that
suicides go up.
I am not wondering will those statistics go up this
year. Between people being out of work and having
trouble finding work, doing their best to hang onto their
homes, now they have to try and figure out a way to give
their children a Christmas that they cannot afford.
Every parent wants to give their children that special
Christmas and it breaks our hearts when we can't. So
now with everything else going on in this country, I am
being bombarded along with others with Christmas ads
that started as soon as Halloween ended. Forget
Thanksgiving.
It seems to me that the greed of the businesses is
going to drive a few more people over the edge.
Now, the parents will have to listen to children beg-
ging for gifts that there is no way they can give them. I
just want to ask, is it worth it?

Smoking should not be allowed
on city properties

I had some business at the New Smyrna Beach city
hall the other day. When I was going in the front door, I
noticed there were two employees standing outside
smoking. I think that is the most disgusting habit that
there is. I think smoking should be banned from all city
properties in New Smyrna Beach.
They make the police officers not smoke.
I think they should make an example of themselves at
city hall and the administrative offices and quit smoking
and ban it on their property

Commissioners in favor
of hotel should be voted out

If that new Hampton Inn gets built on Flagler Avenue
in New Smyrna Beach, citizens of New Smyrna Beach
should find out which of the commissioners were in
favor of it and vote them out of office the next time
around.







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Letters


Chamber should cancel Palin's appearance

Here are some reasons why the Daytona Beach/Halifax
area Chamber of Commerce should cancel Sarah Palin's
appearance.
No. 1, She quit her job for selfish financial reasons
(millions in dollars for a book deal that she could not get if
she was governor).
No 2, She was the reason the Republicans lost the 2008
presidential election.
No. 3, She thinks she can see Russia from her house in
Alaska.
No. 4, She and her family are dysfunctional.
No. 5, If it wasn't for John McCain's major mistake picking


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sexually assaulting him over two
months earlier in the year. The teen
testified he had gone to live withWilhite,
who he knew since childhood, because
of troubles with his parents and claimed
Wilhite "made deals" with him to get
him to behave provocatively. The teen
saidWilhite, an admitted nudist, would
provide him with alcohol, if he would be
naked around him and the teen claims
the incidents escalated to include sex
acts until he ran away in May. Wilhite
said he was only trying to help the teen
and that the boy ran away because
Wilhite wanted to put him in treatment
for mental health issues and substance
abuse help. Defense attorneys provided
evidence that the teen frequently lied
and changed his story about the sex
abuse claims several times. Wilhite's
attorneys also successfully questioned
the credibility of several of the teen's
friends who admitted they didn't see the
sex abuse, but were told about it by the
teenager who laughed in e-mails when
he said he would tell everyone Wilhite
sexually abused him. Wilhite still faces
other charges from additional teenagers
who claimWilhite provided alcohol and
showed them pornography at his home
and encouraged them to have sex with
each other so he could watch.

Ormond-by-the Sea
men murdered

Investigators with theVolusia County
Sheriff's Office say two men found dead
in their Ormond-by-the-Sea home were
murdered and they don't believe it was a
random crime. Mike Floyd, 41, and his
roommate Andrew Kakowski, 26, were
found in the home on Alamanda Street
when the younger man's mother went
looking for him. Investigators said the
men had likely been dead for several
days due to decomposition of the
bodies. Deputies won't say how the men
were killed, but believe the killer or
killers knew the victims and targeted
them. Neighbors suspected the men
were victims of a murder/suicide
because they said Floyd had been
depressed in recent weeks. In a terrible
twist, Floyd's wife, stepdaughter and a
family friend were killed in September
during a crash in Holly Hill. Since the
loss, neighbors said Floyd had often said
he had nothing to live for. Kakowski
moved in with him after Floyd's family
died.

Emergency brake activation
lead to accident

We learned later in the week that


her as his running mate, we would never have heard of her.
No. 6, Her lack of intelligence outweighs her beauty.
No. 7, She could not name one court case that was
relevant to her state. (U.S. vs. Exxon Valdez that was the
biggest oil spill in Alaska history).
No. 8, She is incompetent and lacks political knowledge
and general knowledge.
No. 9, She was elected by Eskimo men who like good-
looking women.
No. 10, Please run for president again. Saturday Night
Live needs some new material.

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Holly Hill police no longer believe the
crash that killed Floyd's family was the
result of a street race. Instead, Chief
Mark Barker said crash investigators
believe someone in the back seat of the
Red Camaro that split in two on impact,
pulled the emergency brake, sending
the vehicle into a fatal spin. Witnesses
first told investigators the driver of the
Camaro was speeding down Nova Road,
racing another vehicle, but police now
think the driver was just going so fast he
appeared to be racing when in fact he
was just passing vehicles. Police think
the back seat passenger, Mike Floyd's
wife Kathy, was likely terrified and
pulled the emergency brake to stop the
car. Accident reconstruction specialists
said when she pulled the emergency
brake up full, it created so much heat,
the rear brake assembly welded shut
and the Camaro, running at least 70
miles per hour, began a deadly turn,
ultimately hitting a retaining wall and
splitting in two.


Gunshots fired
on B-CU Campus

School officials at Bethune-Cookman
University in Daytona Beach were
disturbed to learn shots were fired on
campus after a basketball event that
drew a crowd to the area. Security
guards called 9-1-1 after shots were fired
in a parking area between the music
building and a freshman dorm. Guards
recovered four shell casings on the
ground, but no weapon and guards said
no one in the crowd saw anything. It's
not the first weapons complaint in
recent months and it comes on the
heels of a dorm disturbance in late
September that focused a lot of atten-
tion on security and student safety. B-
CU spokesman Liz Poston toldWESH 2
the University hopes to have a sworn
police force on campus sometime next
year. She points out that it's unclear if
the gun was in the hands of a student or
an outsider who came onto the campus.
She said it will force the University to
look at how they handle public events
because at least for now, B-CU is an
open campus.

Cab driver arrested
for robbery

A Daytona Beach cab driver is under
arrest for robbing the owner of a
barbershop on Main Street andWESH 2
found out that despite a long criminal
history, the cabbie was allowed to get a
city permit to drive a taxi. Mike Olensky,
41, was arrested several days after he
allegedly robbed Ray Branton as
Branton was closing up one evening.
Branton actually knows Olensky and


has tried to help him in the past.
Branton said Olensky has a drug habit
and he believes Olensky wrestled him to
the ground and stole $1,100 in abank
bag to buy crack cocaine. Olensky drives
for American Taxi in Daytona Beach and
it came as a surprise to many that a
convicted felon is allowed to drive a cab.
City officials said Olensky's last felony
conviction was just more than five years
ago and that is the city threshold for
issuing permits. They are considering
lowering that threshold to three years in
the interests of safety. Olensky has more
recent misdemeanor convictions on his
record, but misdemeanors are not a
consideration in city issued cab driver
permits.

Nine men arrested
for dealing drugs

Nine men were recently arrested in
Daytona Beach for drug dealing. Police
had been investigating illegal drugs
centered around a home on Garden
Street for quite a while and finally, they
busted the suspects. Investigators say
they recovered five handguns and a
plethora of drugs including ecstasy,
Hydrocodone, crack cocaine, Xanax and
marijuana.

Pilot makes
emergency landing

A pilot from Spruce Creek Fly-in had a
close call while flying back from St.
Augustine. The pilot had to make an
emergency landing at Daytona Interna-
tionalAirport when he developed a
problem with the landing gear. The nose
gear collapsed on landing and the plane
tipped to the side, but the pilot was not
hurt.

Man accused of having sex
with an underage girl

A Daytona Beach man is accused of
having sex with an underage girl, video
voyeurism and cyber stalking. The
victim, now 18, said she was 17 when
she met Jimmy Revolus, 33, during a
music video production and began a
relationship. However, the woman said
when she tried to break it off this
summer, Revolus threatened to expose
a video of the two having sex that she
didn't know was taken. Police said
Revolus also harassed the victim in text
messages.


Hope you all have a safe and happy
holiday weekend.

Claire Metz is the WESH2 News
bureau chief for Volusia and Flagler
counties.


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because her parents said
the neighborhood was too
dangerous.
Ms. Winch got the same
response from another
child the next week.
"I came back to the
school and saw this big,
empty field behind the
school," Ms. Winch said. "I
decided to put it to use."
She formed a team of
individuals from the busi-
ness community to help
her apply for a grant and
raise money to build a
"Field of Dreams."
The empty space behind
the school now has a fit-
ness park, walking track,
shuffleboard, tennis courts
and basketball courts, all
available to the communi-
ty after school.
Classrooms are also
used. Adults can study
academic topics such as
how to use computers and
find a job, or get active
with offerings such as
dance and aerobics.
They can also obtain a
GED by taking part in a
tutorial over the Internet.
Staff is on hand to help
navigate through the pro-


gram.
Kathryn Epps of Ormond
Beach said it's an "awe-
some opportunity.
"I can't afford a comput-
er and I can't go to school
during the day because I
take care of my child," she
said. "Without this I'd have
no chance to go to col-
lege."
Activities are led by
school staff and others
from the community who
are paid for their time
through the grant.


working parents as well as
the students because it
serves as a day care.
"We have 130 kids who
stay after school and there
is a waiting list," she said.
"That's the maximum
number we can have right
now because of the staff
we have available."
A recent addition to the
Field of Dreams is the
Dreaming and Grieving
Garden, which has bench-
es for quiet contempla-
tion.


"I can't afford a computer and I can't go to
school during the day because I take care
of my child. Without this I'd have no chance
to go to college."

Kathryn Epps
Ormond Beach


Rodderick King, a coach
at Seabreeze High School,
leads an exercise class in
Nights Alive.
"I have everyone from
parents to high school ath-
letes," he said. "It's a great
program for the communi-
ty. They can't believe it's
free."
Ms. Winch said the after-
school program for stu-
dents, which runs from
3:30 to 5:30 p.m., benefits


The original idea was to
have a place to dream, but
Ms. Winch also saw a need
for a place to grieve.
"Sometimes a child
would want to talk to me
after someone they knew
died, but there was no
place to go," she said. "So
we decided we needed to
have a park-like place to
grieve as well as dream."
The federal grant
received by the school is


Students at Westside
Elementary School in
Daytona Beach practice
their dance moves during
Westside Nights Alive last
week.












Randy Barber
staff photographer
called a 21st Century Com-
munity Learning Center
Grant, which pays for staff
time. The five-year grant
pays $317,000 the first two
years, and then 80 percent
of that the next three
years.
They are now in the
fourth year, but Ms. Winch
said she might be able to
get the grant renewed.
Ms. Winch and her team
of volunteers raised
$300,000 to build the facil-
ities. Some of the dona-
tions were in the form of
materials, such as con-
crete.
"We're constantly raising
money," she said. There
are many expenses in
maintaining the facilities
and she wants to expand
the program.
Priscilla Sparks, a school
staff member who helps
with Nights Alive, said she
has known a lot of princi-
pals, but never one who
cares as much about the
students and the commu-
nity as Ms. Winch.
"She calls the communi-
ty her Westside family,"
Ms. Sparks said. "When
she told me and others
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ORMOND BEACH -
Some people tour the
famous Ormond Scenic
Loop and Trail by bike, and
many others by car, but
there's another way that
adds an historic touch: the
Ormond Beach Historical
Society Bus Tour.
On a recent tour, we cov-
ered a major part of the
trail.
Not only did we get to
see arguably one of the
most scenic drives in Cen-
tral Florida, we also saw
historic sites of Ormond
Beach and learned many
things about the area.
The first part of the tour
is a slow drive south on
Riverside Drive beside
beautiful old homes,
where we learned some
interesting facts. For
instance, the houses on
the west side of the street
are standing on fill from
the river bottom.
At one time, the river
came all the way up to the
street. When the river was


dredged for boats in the
1920s, the fill was placed
along the shore, which
provided enough space for
houses to eventually be
built, according to our
guide on the bus tour,
Joyce Benedict.
On the tour, I came to
the realization that
reminders of the early days
of Ormond Beach are still
around, such as three log
cabins that still stand near
the corner of Granada
Boulevard and John
Anderson Drive.
It was fascinating to see
the cabins, including one
that was built and used as
a hunting lodge by John
Anderson himself in the
early 1900s.
As we traveled up John
Anderson Drive, the guide
related stories about Mr.
Anderson as well as other
early settlers and their
periodic disagreements
with the Seminole Indians.
We passed Plantation
Number 9, a house built in
the 1880s that is still in
very good condition,
where the owner grew fruit


trees.
Ms. Benedict gave a col-
orful description of visi-
tors from the Ormond
Hotel, who walked through
the woods to the house to
buy jams and jellies. The
Ormond Hotel was located
where the Ormond Her-
itage Condominium is
now.
Highbridge Road took us
through wetlands where
palms lean over meander-
ing streams, providing
subject matter for count-
less oil and watercolor
paintings, which you've
probably seen if you've
been to art shows in Flori-
da.
This area is one the most
scenic in Central Florida,
and it's surprising to learn
that nature does not get
full credit.
The canal beside the
road was dug by a planta-
tion owner in the 1890s to
provide boat transporta-
tion to his plantation.
We then traveled down
beautiful, canopied Walter
Boardman Lane to Old
Dixie Highway.


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the Three Chimney's site.


Traveling south, we
passed an old sugar mill
ruin and then made one of
two stops on the tour at
the Fairchild Oak, a well-
known landmark hundreds
of years old.
We crossed Granada
Boulevard and traveled
down South Beach Street
to view the Timucua Indi-
an Burial Mound. I had
often noticed the mound
as I drove down the street
but never realized that
there are more than 100
individuals buried in the
mound, with the earliest
being about 1,000 years


Staff photo by Wayne Grant
Historical Society's Bus Tour get a chance to see


old, according to historical
records.
The last stop is at the
Three Chimneys site. This is
a unique opportunity
because the only other
chance people have to go
inside the gate and get a
close look is at an open
house one day each spring.
At one time, there were
three chimneys used in pro-
cessing sugar and rum from
sugar cane. There is only
one chimney remaining.
The history of the ruins is
interesting, including the
fact that around 1915, a
half-brother of John Ander-


son built a house on the
ruins and set up one the
area's first tourist attrac-
tions.
Restoration work is cur-
rently being done at the site
and the Ormond Beach His-
torical Society is hoping to
develop it into an interac-
tive park.
Even though develop-
ment never stops, history is
still all around. It was inter-
esting to learn about some
of the historic sites that I
pass by each day.
For information, go to
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VOLUSIA COUNTY -
Whatever your pleasure,
whatever your reason, the
August Seven Inn is always
the cure.
So it is written in promo-
tional material by Peter
Henri Williamson and
Joseph Dirsa, owners of the
August Seven Inn on South
Peninsula Avenue in Day-
tona Beach.
The innkeeper's style of
poetic writing leads per-
fectly into their luxury style
of maintaining their eight-
room inn that


features a
mixture of old
charm with
today's mod-
ern conven-


fences.
Business
partners for
10 years, the
two men
opened the
inn in 2006 in a large cot-
tage-style house. Built in
1896, the house at 1209 S.
Peninsula Avenue, was
once known as Miss Pat's
Inn.
"Buying and opening the
inn was a glitch in sanity,"
Mr. Dirsa joked.
"It was a retirement
plan," Mr. Williamson
added. "We were our own
bosses before so we decid-
ed to look for a property to
run an inn."
But even though Miss
Pat's Inn came mostly fur-
nished, the inn didn't have
the ambiance the men
wanted.
"The first thing we did
was change the color on the
outside of the house," Mr.
Williamson said. "It was
pretty bright. Our neigh-


bors thanked us for the
color change."
Mr. Williamson, formerly
from Pittsfield, Massachu-
setts, is an interior designer
and his style and knack for
detail shows in every room
of the house.
"We changed colors
inside, too," Mr. Williamson
said. "We added our own
furniture to what was here
and changed everything to
our taste.
The innkeepers wanted
their house to blend with
their location.
"We're beachside so we


Henri Williamson
Owner

wanted things more 'green'
and earthy," Mr. Williamson
said. "We're more hip and
into engaging our guests
with friendliness, not the
old style that was here."
Mr. Dirsa once owned a
cleaning business in
Upstate New York so he's
right at home maintaining
the property and doing
what innkeepers do most -
clean.
"I was well trained for
this," Mr. Dirsa said.
The inn has six rooms in
the main house with two
suites in the carriage house.
All bedrooms have a private
bath with either tub or
shower or both. Individual
air conditioning, television
and bath amenities are sta-
ples in each room.
The name of each room is


a date. For example, the
1221 room is named after
the date in which the
innkeepers purchased the
house. Other room names
signify either birthdays or
anniversaries of family
members of both men.
Guests enjoy a continen-
tal breakfast between 8
and10 a.m. daily with either
cold or hot delights.
"We don't cook full, hot
breakfasts anymore," Mr.
Williamson said. "It was dif-
ficult to handle individual
guest's schedules each


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continental
breakfast,
there is a
window in

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eat at their
leisure."
T h e


innkeepers
enjoy host-
ing parties
for weddings and other
special occasions. It's not
uncommon for the inn to
have upwards of 100 people
milling around the house or
on the well-manicured
lawns.
A six-person hot tub hid-
den outside in the back is a
perfect place to unwind. If
guests are really stressed
from attending the Daytona
500 or celebrating Bike
Week, relaxing in one of the
massage recliners in the
Tranquility Room will be
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Memorial
Medical Center auxiliary
will hold its "Books are Fun
Sale" from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m..
Monday, Nov. 30 and Tues-
day, Dec. 1, at its facility on
Williamson Boulevard in
Daytona Beach.

Holiday tree benefits
auxiliary fundraising

Florida Hospital Memo-
rial Medical Center will
hold its "Light of Love"
holiday tree lighting pro-
gram at 6 p.m., Monday,
Nov. 30, in the main lobby
of the hospital.
For a minimum contri-
bution of $5, a light will
be placed on the "Light of
Love" tree in honor or
memory of a friend or
loved one.
A gift of $100 will ensure
that his/her light appears
annually.
Honorees will receive a
note and their names will
be placed in a memory
book near the tree.
A menorah will
acknowledge those of the
Jewish faith.
Light refreshments will
follow the ceremony.
All proceeds benefit the
fundraising efforts of the
auxiliary.
The contribution is tax-
deductible. To participate
in purchasing lights for
the tree, call (386) 231-
3059.

Gift drive planned
for seniors

The Council of Aging
will hold a gift collection
drive for its "Santa to a
Senior" program from
7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., Thurs-
day, Dec. 10.
The East Volusia County
drop off location is at the
Council on Aging main
office in Daytona Beach
just off Palmetto Avenue
and International Speed-


way Boulevard across
from the First Baptist
Church.
Possible gift items
include: gift cards, stamps
and monetary donations.
All of the gifts will be
distributed to Council on
Aging homebound clients
through a case manager
visit just before Christ-
mas.
For more information,
call (386) 253-4700 Ext.
206.

Volusia-Flagler
Sierra Club to meet

The Volusia-Flagler
Sierra Club will meet at 7
p.m., Dec. 2, at the Uni-
versity of Central Florida,
building 140, classroom
206, at the Daytona State
College Campus, 1200 W.
International Speedway
Blvd.
Marjorie Byron, Sierra
Club Outings leader, will
present "My Appalachian
Trail Adventure."
For more information,
call (386) 441-8600.

Low-cost pet clinic
planned
The Pet Vet Cruiser will
be at the Rockin' Ranch,
801 S. Nova Road,
Ormond Beach,
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
Wednesday and Friday,
Dec. 2 and 4.
Appointments are
required.
The Pet Vet Cruiser is a
state-of-the-art mobile
clinic that offers free and
low-cost spay and neuter
services for pets in the
unincorporated areas of
Volusia County.
The qualifications for
service are based on
income and have a slid-
ing-fee scale.
For more information,
call (386) 323-3575.

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through Friday, Jan. 1,
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Holiday ornaments will
adorn the tree in honor of
or memory of those special
loved ones.
A small donation of $5
per ornament or $10 for
three ornaments will be
required to place the name
of the honoree on the
ornament.
If interested in purchas-
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check, name of the hon-
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address and telephone
number to Ormond-by-
the-Sea Lions Club, c/o
Alfies Restaurant, 1666
Ocean Shore Blvd,
Ormond Beach, FL 32176.
Participants may pick up
ornaments on New Year's
Day at Alfies.
The Ormond By the Sea
Lions Club meets the first
and third Wednesdays of
each month at Alfies
Restaurant. Dinner is
served at 6:30 p.m. before
the meeting. The club is
always looking for new
members
For more information,
call (386) 441-7024.

Library advisory
board to meet

Volusia County's Library
Advisory Board will have a
special meeting at 1 p.m.,
Friday, Dec. 4, at the Volu-
sia County Library Center -
City Island, downtown
Daytona Beach.
Members will discuss the
three-year budget forecast
for the library system and
staff recommendations for
cost reductions.
The advisory board is
seeking citizen input and
then will make recommen-
dations on the staff's pro-
posals.
The Volusia County
Council will hear the cost
reduction recommenda-
tions at its Dec. 10 meeting
in DeLand.
For more information,
call (386) 248-1745 Ext.
1212.

UCP to hold
holiday reception
United Cerebral Palsy of
East Central Florida is
holding its annual holiday
reception from 5 to 8 p.m.,
Friday, Dec, 4, at 1100


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Beach.
Participants at this free
event will have a chance to
pick up florist-grade poin-
settias and the official holi-
day ornament for the city
of Daytona Beach The
2009 right whale designed
by artist Sang Roberson
and the special edition 40th
anniversary ornament
designed by local artist
Marcos Alvalle-Mendez.
This event features
refreshments, a luminary
display and entertainment
by the Florida Symphony
Youth Orchestra wind
ensemble.
Proceeds from sales help
support opportunities for
individuals with disabili-
ties.
Those unable to attend
are welcome to visit any-
time during normal work
hours to purchase poinset-
tias, ornaments and other
gift items from our ceram-
ics studio.
Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5
p.m., Monday to Friday;
and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Satur-
days.
For more information,
call (386) 274-6474.

Driver safety
class offered

The Association for the
Advancement of Retired
Persons will hold a driver
safety class from 9:30 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m., Friday. Dec. 4,
at the medical office build-
ing at Florida Hospital
Memorial Medical Center,
301 Memorial Medical
Parkway, Daytona Beach.
The cost is $12 for AARP
members and $14 for non-
members.
Reservations with
instructors are required.
For more information,
call 386) 615-4334.

Christmas concert
scheduled

The Song of the Coast
Sweet Adeline Chorus will
hold a Christmas concert at
3:30 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 6, at
the Ormond Beach Presby-
terian Church, 105 Amsden
Road.
The program will consist
of a variety of religious and
secular Christmas selec-
tions.
The suggested donation
is $10.
For more information,
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Due to the dry condi-
tions throughout the
county, Volusia County
Fire Services has issued an
outdoor burn ban for the
county's unincorporated
area.
Under the burn ban, all
outdoor burning, unless
authorized by the Florida
Division of Forestry, is pro-
hibited. This includes the
burning of yard trash,
household paper products,
bonfires, campfires, warm-
ing fires and cooking fires.
Outdoor cooking done
with a contained gas or
charcoal grill (excluding a


fire pit) is the only excep-
tion.
According to Volusia
County Fire Services offi-
cials, the ban was
necessary due to contin-
ued, prolonged periods
with no significant rain,
the drying out of vegeta-
tion, and daily above-nor-
mal wind conditions.
Volusia County's Keech-
Byram Drought Index is
602. However, in
some areas of the coun-
ty, particularly the north-
west, the index is 738.
The index is on a scale of
one to 800 (saturation to
desert dry).
Violations of the ban are
punishable by a fine up to


$500 and/or imprison-
ment in county jail for up
to 60 days. Personnel from
Volusia County Fire Ser-
vices will issue violation
notices to any person vio-
lating the burn ban and
also will extinguish any fire
not authorized by the
Florida Division of
Forestry.
Fire officials also are
urging the public to be
cautious with outdoor
activities, especially with
the upcoming holiday sea-
son. Activities such as the
use of ATVs, welding
equipment, mowers, and
the improper disposal of
cigarette butts can spark a
wildfire. Carelessness and


arson cause two out of
every three wildfires in
Florida according to the
state Division of Forestry.
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tips for dealing with wild-
fires:

Practice
wildfire safety

*Do not discard ciga-
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*When pulling off the
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*Do not operate all-ter-
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tation areas
*Check lawnmowers and
farm equipment for prop-
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arresters
*Properly extinguish
fires when cooking out-
doors and never leave fires
unattended
*People start most wild-


fires. Promote and practice
fire safety with all mem-
bers of your family
*Clearly mark all drive-
way entrances with name
and address
*Plan several escape
routes away from your
home both by car and on
foot

Protect your home

*Design and landscape
your home with wildfire
safety in mind
*Allow a 30-foot buffer of
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*Use non-combustible
materials on the roof and
regularly clean the roof
and gutters
*Teach family members
how to use a fire extin-
guisher. Install and
regularly test smoke
detectors
*Inspect chimneys twice


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once a year
*Rake leaves and dead
limbs and twigs. Clear all
flammable vegetation
*Have a garden hose
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area of your home and
property

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County fire officials also
encourage candle safety
and prudence throughout
the holidays. Weaver said
the majority of candle fires
result from human error
and negligence and their
associated casualties are
preventable. And accord-
ing to the National Fire
Protection Association,
one home candle fire is


reported every 34 minutes.
In 20 percent of candle
fires, the candles were
unattended or abandoned.
December is the peak
time of year for home can-
dle fires. In December,
13 percent of home can-
dle fires begin with deco-
rations, compared to four
percent the rest of the
year. In addition, young
children and older adults
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County plans Toys for
Kids Christmas
Tournament
The Volusia County Parks,
Recreation and Culture
Division is sponsoring the
annual Toys for Kids Softball
Tournament Friday, Dec. 11
to Sunday, Dec. 13, at Robert
Strickland Park, 1670 Strick-
land Range Road, Holly Hill.
The entry fee for each
team in this two-game elim-
ination tournament is $225.
The entry deadline is Friday,
Dec. 4, and game times will
be determined by a draw on
Wednesday, Dec. 9.
Proceeds will be used to
purchase toys, which will be
distributed through the
county's Community Assis-
tance Division.
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up, and unspecified reward to the person
t h a t 's responsible for information that leads


The irony, said Sgt. Montes: "A lot of
times the accident, which usually


From page A4 when he to a conviction (call the Ormond involves a pedestrian, isn't even (the
noticed Beach police department with tips). driver's) fault, and had they stayed,
that his Just this month, state troopers have except for the reasons they left in the
leg had been mangled, despite the looked into five new fatal hit-and-run first place, they wouldn't even be
helmet, protective glove and adher- crashes in Central Florida. charged."
ence to the 40 mph speed-limit. "That's very unusual to have five in Once they leave, though, it's a first-
Mr. Teeters, who was allowed to such a short period of time," said Sgt. degree felony, with up to 30 years in
withdraw late in the semester from Kim Montes, spokeswoman for the prison to face.
classes at Daytona State Col- Sgt. Montes said hit and
lege after the crash, endured "I just want whoever did this to confess. Iruns are a challenge for law
three surgeries over the next enforcement.
eight days. A pin was placed in mean, it's not going to happen maybe, but that "The worst case scenario
his thigh to stabilize a com- would be kind of nice" is it happens at night with
pound fracture. Then spare no witnesses," she said.
muscle was used to plug a "The best scenario is if we
hole. Then a skin graft. It'll be Brian Teeters have the car, or short of
a four-to-six-month recovery, Hit and run victim that, there are witnesses.
not exactly fun for someone Any information helps,
who's worked since he was a she said.
teen as aVolusia County lifeguard. Florida Highway Patrol. "Even if they only have a couple of
"I just want whoever did this to con- Every day in Central Florida, Sgt. letters from the tag, that helps
fess," he said. "I mean, it's not going to Montes, said, troopers investigate immensely," she said.
happen maybe, but that would be between 10 and 25 hit-and-run crash- And even after the accident, the
kind of nice." es a level that has some troopers public can help by being alert.
His mother, Lucie Teeters, says she's calling this an outbreak. "If they see a neighbor whose car is
taken to craning her neck now when- But it's not a new phenomenon. For damaged or covered or not there,"
ever she sees a dark-colored Jeep pass decades, drivers have fled after crash- she said. "They should report that."
by. From the other side of her son's es for four reasons, says Sgt. Montes:
bed, she says about the perpetrator, They're impaired, their license is sus- To provide information on hit and
"He hasn't gotten away with it yet." pended, they're wanted, or they don't runs, call your local police department
The Teeters family is offering an have insurance, or Crime Stoppers at 888-2 77- TIPS.


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From page A4
nobody wants more build-
ings but this would be on
the north side of News-
Journal Center," Ms.
McKay-Vaughan said.
The north side of the park
is cut off from the rest of the
park by the News-Journal
Center, which limits its
usage.
DSC executive vice presi-
dent Randy Spiwak said the
building was originally
planned for the main cam-
pus, but a lack of parking
was an issue. He said the
college is interested in the
Beach Street location as
long as the city and busi-
nesses want it there.
"From what I've heard,
there's been positive com-
ments from businesses in
the area," he said. "We're
willing to explore anything
the city wants us to."
A commitment would
probably be needed to build
a parking garage, Ms.
McKay-Vaughan said.


"I was hoping it could go
across the street," she said.
"I did talk to (County Coun-
cil Chairman Frank) Bruno
and he didn't make a direct
commitment but I think
there is some interest in the
city and county building it
there."
Mayor Glenn Ritchey said
the proposal is "clearly the
type of positive develop-
ment we want in our com-
munity."
Commissioner Richard
Shiver said the new building
could be a spark for the
area.
"This could activate the
arts in the downtown area,"
he said. "This would
encourage people to live
and work downtown."
The mayor directed staff
to draft a resolution for the
next city commission meet-
ing to "support Daytona
State College exploring the
concept."
Dr. Spiwak said the col-
lege estimates the building
will cost $30 million. That
money has not been raised,
so there is no timeline for
construction yet.


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FRIDAY, Nov. 27

*Ormond Chamber's Fall
Carnevale: This event will be
held from Friday to Sunday at
Bruce Rossmeyer's Destination
Daytona at 1635 N. U.S.
Highway 1.The event will be
held from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.,
Friday and Saturday and 11
a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday. There
will be carnival rides, live music,
arts and crafts, an Elvis tribute
concert and Santa. Admission is
free. However, there is a charge
for the carnival rides. For more
information, call (386) 677-
3454 or visit www.ormond-
chamber.com.
*The Lenny Galasso and Sal
Ronci Duo: The duo will
perform from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.,
Friday, Nov. 27, at the Club at
Pelican Bay, 350 Pelican Bay
Drive, Daytona Beach. They will
perform live swing and big
band standards and favorites,
with some jazz, rhythm and
blues, Latin and rock. The
public may attend.
*"Oliver": The Little Theatre
of New Smyrna Beach will
perform the classic Tony Award
winning "Oliver!" based on
Charles Dickens's well known
Oliver Twist. Evening perform-
ances will be at 7 p.m., Friday
and Saturday, Nov. 27 and 28
and Thursday through Saturday,
Dec. 3, 4, 5. Sunday matinees
will be at 2 p.m., Nov. 29 and
Dec. 6. Reserved seating is
available for purchase at the
box office by calling (386) 423-
1246 or by visiting in person.
Visa, MasterCard and Discover
are accepted. Tickets are $18
for adults, $17 for seniors and
$9 for students under 18. The
box office is open weekdays
from 1-4 p.m. and two hours
before each performance. For
more information, call (386)
423-1246 or visit the Little
Theatre online at www.Nsb-
Players.org.
*Ponce Inlet Lighthouse:
"Thanksgiving Gifts for Our
Visitors" will be held from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m., Friday, at the
Ponce Inlet Lighthouse, at 4931
S. Peninsula Drive, Ponce Inlet.
Participate in family activities
and make Christmas orna-
ments that participants can
take home. Visit the lighthouse
keeper (in living history mode)
as he describes his duties at the
Ponce Inlet Lighthouse. Then
join him as he talks about the
history of the Cape Canaveral
Lighthouse, and demonstrates
the maintenance duties on the
First Order Fresnel Lens. This is
included with regular admis-
sion, no advance reservations
required. Regular admission to
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By Wayne Grant
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ORMOND BEACH -
Everyone knows how to
serve a perfect ham dinner
to guests drive to your
local Honeybaked Ham out-
let and pick one up.
Now I also know how to
get a great ham sandwich -
visit the Honeybaked Ham
and Caf6 located at 345 Bill
France Blvd. (behindVolusia
Mall).
I scanned the wide range
of available sandwiches and
salads when I stopped
recently for lunch and set-
tled on classic ham a
thick, delicious sandwich
made with the same ham
that has been gracing dinner
tables since 1957. The bread
was a freshly baked crois-


sant.
It reminded me of sneak-
ing into the kitchen on
Christmas night, and mak-
ing myself a sandwich that
was just as enjoyable as the
day's repast.
Other sandwiches on the
menu include turkey, roast
beef, chicken salad, tuna,
Swiss Philly and even veggie.
You get a wide choice of
bread, all baked on the
premises and any sandwich
can be toasted.
There are also soups, sal-
ads, side dishes and
desserts.
Owner Rick Labitzke said
he puts the emphasis on
quality from the entree to
the potato chips.
"To me, one customer is
just as important as 100 cus-
tomers," he said. "Our whole


philosophy is product quali-
ty."
He said he believes the
Honeybaked brand is the
best available because they
have the best cooking and
smoking process.
Mr. Labitzke said buying a
Honeybaked Ham takes the
worry out of meal prepara-
tion. Also, the spiral slicing
takes the work out of trying
to carve even portions at the
table.
'All you do is score around
the bone with a knife and
perfect slices will fall right
off," he said.
Mr. Labitzke said whole
hams and half hams are
available and sometimes
people even buy a quarter
ham.
"This size is perfect for a
working couple or a small


family," he said. "Sometimes
people will get a small ham
and also a turkey breast."
Those planning a dinner
can also get a dessert and
side dish such as a casserole.
"The sweet potato
casseroles are very popular,"
he said.
Fortunately, all this good
eating is also available in
lunch portions.
Now I know where to stop
when I want a really good
lunch, and put some holiday
in my week.

Carryout and delivery are
available. The cafe is open
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon-
day through Friday and 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday.
For information, call 386-
252-6444.


Thie Club Scene


*The Aquarium: Neil
Freestone will perform
acoustic '80s rock from 5-9
p.m. each Friday. The
Fabulous Slidells perform
classic rock from 4-8 p.m.
each Saturday, and Nancy
Heartline will perform folk
acoustic music from 4-8
p.m. each Sunday. Aquari-
um nightclub hours are
from 9:30 p.m.-2:30 a.m.,
Friday and Saturday. The
Aquarium is located at 125
Basin St., Daytona Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 255-6477 or visit
www.AquariumDaytona.co
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*Bank & Blues Club:
Daytona Blues Society True
Blues Jam is held at 7:30
p.m. each Wednesday. The
Show Case Act will be held
at 8:30 p.m. Daytona Blues
Society "True Blues" Live
Jam open jam session is


held from 10 p.m.-1 a.m.
each Wednesday at 701
Main St., Daytona Beach.
There is a $3 cover. For
more information and a
full events schedule, visit
the Web site at www.Day-
tonaBluesSociety.org.
*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. The band will
perform from 6:30 to 9:30
p.m., Saturday at the
Ormond Eagles Club, 190
South Nova Road, Ormond
Beach. The band performs
from 5:30-8:30 p.m. each
Thursday at Pirana Grille,
241 N. U. S. Highway 1,
Ormond Beach. For more
information, visit
www.fiveoclockcharley.com
*Frappes North: Wine


tasting are held at 6 p.m.
the first Tuesday of each
month. Reservations are
required. Live Music Friday
Nights are held from 7-11
p.m. Frappes is located at
123 W. Granada Blvd. in
Ormond Beach. To make
reservations, call (386)
615-4888 or visit the Web
site at
www.frappesnorth.com.
*The Garlic: Blues and
jazz musicians perform
seven nights a week.
"Muddy Harp" Hodgeson
will play the blues from 7-
11 p.m., Friday and
Saturday. Concert in the
Courtyard Sax man Thom
Chambers will also per-
form from 6-10 p.m.,
Sunday and Monday.
Pianist and vocalist Michael
Lamy will perform from 6-
10 p.m., Tuesday. Mr.
Hodgson will perform from


6-10 p.m., Wednesday and
Thursday. The Garlic is
located at 556 E. Third
Ave., New Smyrna Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 424-6660.
*Hollywood Cantina:
"Ride the Vegas Express," a
Las Vegas revue will be
held at 8:30 p.m., Friday, at
116 N. Beach St., Daytona
Beach. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 255-7827
or visit hollywoodcanti-
na@gmail.com.
*Inlet Harbor: Greg
Cardino and Mike Caso will
perform from 1-5 p.m.,
Friday and Saturday.
Then2Now hits the stage at
6 p.m., Friday and Satur-
day. Mr. Cardino and Mike
Caso will perform from
12:30-4:30 p.m., Sunday.
Eddie Uzzle will perform at
5 p.m., Sunday and
See SCENE, B5


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 11-27-2009


Aries-March 21-April 19
It doesn't matter what other
people around you think, as
long as you are happy with
your own results first. Com-
pete with yourself first. Strive
to perfect your own dreams
and passions. This gives you
the needed power to influ-
ence others and sets strong,
positive forces at work that
ensure everyone's continuing
success.
Taurus-April 20-May 20
Your great, earthly wisdom
always prevails when you lis-
ten to and trust it. Focus your
time, energy and resources on
the important issues. You will
prevail. You know what you
want. Use the rest of the year
to evaluate and set your goals
for next year. You need a plan.
No need to go around in cir-
cles at this point.
Gemini-May 21-June 21
Your communication skills are
at an all-time high. Do you
know where you want to be
one year from now? Find out
quickly because time goes by
so fast. Patience is a virtue that
comes from taking action and
living one day at a time. Deal
with everything life throws at
you in positive ways and suc-
cess is assured.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
It's good to see you taking
better care of yourself, moon
child. Healthy thinking and
feeling is the foundation for
healthy living. Take an inven-
tory of anything negative
around you and get rid of it.
This makes room for new and
better qualities in life. You can
judge how well this is working
by how happy you are.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Slow down a little. It's Thanks-
giving time. Show gratitude
for all you have done this year.
Rejoice and share your bless-
ings. Then get your second
wind and prepare for the
great New Year just ahead.
Pace yourself and enjoy the
best year of your life. You are
doing well. Keep it up. Yours is
a valuable life.
Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
The key to continued success
is the value placed on top pri-
orities. We are usually given
several choices on the course
of action to take as we live
each day of our lives. You have
a strong, clear, loving mind.
Let this and your good heart
and instincts guide you down
the path of life. This is what
winners do. You are a winner.
Libra-Sept. 23-Oct.22
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watched Chef Sarine Sak
from Kob Jai Thai restaurant
in Holly Hill assemble a
Crying Tiger Spring Roll by
hand, rolling a mixture of
fresh greens, spicy sauce, and
grilled meat into a thin slice
of cucumber, laying it on a
bed of soft Asian noodles
topped with a savory curry
sauce.
When Chef Emanuele
Fano of Ormond Beach's
Caffe Capri Restaurant plates
his signature Spaghetti
Scoglio and Involtini di Pollo,
the fortunate diner experi-
ences an aesthetically
sophisticated, aromatic
rendition of a classic Italian
recipe assembled by hand.
The smell and sight of the
food is part of the extraordi-
nary experience. Chef Fano
can describe the origin of the


food, which is not a corpo-
rate-owned 18-wheeler
hauling thousands of gallons
of frozen sauce across the
country.
And there were hands
touching the food (and
plenty of bottles of sanitizer
placed strategically around
the venue) the creation of
meals by hand is an act of
artistic expression. It con-
nects us with our sustenance
in a way that chain restau-
rants and fast food distances
us from it.
The event overall offered
fabulous food. Chefs from
the local restaurants partici-
pating at Uncorked proved
that fresh, organically grown
herbs, vegetables, and fruits,
along with high quality meat
and seafood, make all the
difference between eating
well and just eating.
Despite that we didn't see
the hours of prep work that
went into getting the
ingredients there, patrons
were able to observe the
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demonstrating that eating
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be a sophisticated, sensual
experience. Ted Allen of Food
Network's "Chopped" and a
judge on Bravo's "Top Chef"
hosted the event and served
as judge of the local restau-
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In a backstage interview,
Mr. Allen said that he
advocates supporting local
restaurants and that this
event fittingly publicized the
diverse, top-quality cuisine
offered in our area. He did
say that chain restaurants
serve a valuable purpose in
our economy by providing
jobs. Eating at chain restau-
rants may be occasionally
convenient, but Uncorked
provided strong evidence
that we have no reason to
patronize them on principle.
The corporate food
industry has exploited our
biological drive to seek sugar,
fat, and salt, for great profit.
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Tens of thousands of car enthusiasts are expected to descend on Daytona International
Speedway Thanksgiving weekend for the annual fall car show and swap meet, featuring
the world-famous Daytona Turkey Run car show Thursday to Sunday.


Car show, swap meet return


for Turkey Run at DIS


For Hometown News
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Tens of thousands of car
enthusiasts, collectors and
nostalgia junkies are
expected to descend on
Daytona International
Speedway Thanksgiving
weekend for the annual
fall show and swap meet,
featuring the world-
famous Daytona Turkey
Run car show.
Since starting with just
40 cars in 1974, the show
has grown to become the
largest event of its kind in
the Southeast. Fans come
from all over the world to
participate in the show,
some from as far away as
Germany, England and
Iceland.
This year's 36th anniver-


sary show features more
than 5,000 show-quality
cars on display, including
street rods, customs, clas-
sics, sport cars, muscle
cars, race cars, motorcy-
cles and trucks.
In addition to the show,
private sellers and dealers
showcase a wide variety of
vehicles for sale, and Vicari
MotorSports hosts a live
auto auction beginning at
1 p.m., Friday, Nov. 27, and
continuing at 10 a.m., Sat-
urday, Nov. 28, and 11 a.m.,
Sunday, Nov. 29.
One of the show's
biggest draws, however, is
the swap meet.
More than 4,000 vendor
spaces feature merchan-
dise and new and used
parts, many of which can
only be found at the meet.


Food, beverage and
homemade holiday crafts
round out the show.
The Turkey Run will be
held 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Thursday, Nov. 26 to Satur-
day, Nov. 28 and from 8
a.m. to 2 p.m., Sunday,
Nov. 29, at the Daytona
International Speedway
infield.
General admission tick-
ets are available at the
speedway on show days
only. Tickets are $15 per
day Thursday through Sat-
urday and $10 on Sunday.
Children younger than 11
are admitted free.
Parking is free.
For more information,
visit www.daytonabeach-
carshows.com or call (386)
255-7355.


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Art Notes


MOAS offers activities

The Museum of Arts &
Sciences is offering several
activities.
A 4-6 year old preschool


program will be "George
Washington The Great
One" from 1:30 to 3 p.m.,
Tuesday, Dec. 1.
Participants will learn
about America's most


important president and
see the museum's collec-
tion of historic Washington
portraits.
The cost is $10 for mem-
bers or $15 for non-mem-


bers.
The 9-13 year old sci-
ence program will be "Our
Galaxy" from 1:30 to 3:30
p.m., Thursday, Dec. 3.
Participants will use the
museum's new radio tele-
scope to discover the won-
ders of the Milky Way.
The cost is $10 for mem-
bers or $15 for non-mem-
bers.
Bright House Customer
Appreciation Day is held
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sat-
urday, Dec. 5. Museum
admission is free for all
Bright House customers
with a current bill and
identification.
Participants may visit
with Santa and Mrs. Claus
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sat-
urday, Dec. 5.
Photos with Santa and
holiday treats will be for
sale.
The museum is located
at 352 S. Nova Road, Day-
tona Beach.

Book signing planned
There will be a book


signing for Port Orange
author Theresa Pavell's
"The Little Bear Who Was
Held by the Paw" from 11
a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday,
Nov. 28, at the Book Store,
410 S. Nova road, Ormond
Beach.
Admission is free.

Winter book fest and
writers' workshop
scheduled

The first Winter Book
Fest and Writers' Workshop
will be held from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 5, at
Daytona State College,
building 110, 1200 W,
International Speedway
Blvd., Daytona Beach.
The event will feature a
variety of free activities.
A wide array of literature
suitable for the entire fam-
ily will be available for
purchase from participat-
ing book vendors and pub-
lishers.
Raffles, book giveaways,
refreshments, children's
story times, including a


10:15 a.m. reading by
Broadway singer and actor
Harry Burney and appear-
ances at 9 a.m. and noon
by Rae Rae, the red panda
star of Enviropals on local
PBS station WDSC TV, will
highlight the activities.
There will be four work-
shops by published
authors scheduled
throughout the day. They
include: Ed Wilks, "Lega-
cies and You: How to Put
Your Story into Words;" Bill
Belleville, "How to Turn
Your Nature Notes into
Stories" (Participants
should bring their nature
notes to this workshop.);
Jane R. Wood, "Taking Your
Story from the Start to the
Publisher;" and Stephanie
Williams, "How to Find a
Publisher."
While admission to the
Book Fest is free, there is a
$25 ($20 in advance) fee
for attendance in each of
these workshops.

For more information,
visit www.daytonabook-
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the holidays at the


Peabody Auditorium


For Hometown News
Volnews@hometownnewsol.com
This fall and winter, the
Peabody Auditorium will
feature a variety of per-
formances.
December at the
Peabody offers the Civic
Ballet of Volusia County
returning with their per-
formance of the Nutcrack-
er Ballet at 2 and 7 p.m.,
Saturday, Dec. 5. Spectac-
ular sets, lavish costumes,
and dazzling dance bring
Tchaikovsky's musical
grand vision to life. Nearly
70 Volusia County children
will perform on stage,
dancing the roles of Clara,
the Prince, Snowflakes,
Candy Canes, Angels, Mice
and Party Guests.
Then, get the jump on
your holiday mood by
kicking off the season with
the "Christmas Music of
Mannheim Steamroller" at
4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.,
Friday, Dec. 11. Created by
Chip Davis, Mannheim
Steamroller's signature
sound is where classical
and modern-day rock,
acoustic and electronic
music meet. Celebrate the
spirit of the season with


the "18th Century" rock
band that has become one
of the most popular and
best selling acts in the last
30 years.
Many superstars have
dominated the American
recording scene, but none
shone more brightly than
Dean Martin. "That's
Amore: Dean Martin &
Friends Holiday Special,"
which plays at 7:30 p.m.,
Monday, Dec. 14, captures
his style, the looks, the
charm, the voice and mag-
netism through Mark
Adams who spent three
years starring as Dean
Martin in "The Rat Pack."
For more information
about these shows and the
rest of the 2009-2010
Peabody season, visit
www.PeabodyAuditori-
um.org or call (386) 671-
3462.
Tickets to all Peabody
Auditorium performances
can be purchased at
www.TicketMaster.com, by
calling (800) 745-3000 or
in-person at the Peabody
Auditorium, located at 600
Auditorium Blvd., Daytona
Beach.
For more information,
call (386) 671-3462.


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Monday. Inlet Harbor is
located at 133 Inlet Harbor
Road, Ponce Inlet. For more
information, call (386) 767-
5590.
*Jack's Stadium Sports
Bar & Grill: 20wt, Fortitude
and Ovni Sound System will
perform at 9 p.m., Friday
Sound System. Functional
Lunacy will perform at 9
p.m., Saturday. Jack's
Stadium Sports Bar & Grill is
located at 2225 S. Ridge-
wood Ave., South Daytona.
For more information, call
(386) 760-7222.
*Java Jungle: Christian
Open Mic with Wes Malone
will be held from 7-10 p.m.,
Friday. Robert Lanier will
perform from 7-10 p.m.,
Saturday. Song Writers Guild
with Charlie West will be
held from 7-10 p.m.,
Tuesday. Open Mic Night
with Wes Malone is at 7
p.m. each Thursday.
Musicians, authors, singers,
poets and composers are
welcome. Java Jungle is
located at 4606 Clyde
Morris Blvd., Unit 2P, Port
Orange. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 760-8969.
*Norwood's Restaurant
and Wine Shop: Free wine
tasting are held from 5-7
p.m. each Friday on the
deck and Saturday in the
shop with complimentary
cheeses. Norwood's is


located at 400 Second Ave.,
New Smyrna Beach. For
more information, call
(386) 428-4621.
*Ohana Luau Dinner
Show: This dinner show
spectacular and family-style
feast, with a 6:30 p.m.
seating, dinner served at
7:15 p.m. and show time at
7:30 p.m., is held Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, at the
Hawaiian Inn, 2301 S.
Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach
Shores. Participants will
learn traditional dances with
Polynesian women, warriors
and keikis (children). A
flaming fire knife dance and
hula with audience partici-
pation will be featured. For
more information, call
(386) 255-5411, Ext. 186,
or visit
www.myohanaluau.com.
*Peanut's Restaurant &
Sports Bar: Cheap Thrills
will perform at 9 p.m.,
Friday and Saturday. Free
Bingo and Comedy Auction
is held at 7 p.m. each
Tuesday. Mark River performs
at 8 p.m. each Wednesday.
Peanut's is home to all NFL
and college football.
Peanut's is located at 421
Flagler Ave., New Smyrna
Beach. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 423-1469.
*Peter's Wine Shop: Wine
Events are held each week.
Girlfriends Get Together is
held from 4-7 p.m. each
Wednesday. Thursday wine
tasting is held from 5-9
p.m. Guest wine experts


pour and discuss wine.
Peter's Wine Shop located at
1665 Dunlawton No. 105,
Port Orange. For more
information, call (386) 689-
1946, e-mail peter@peter-
swineshop.com or visit
www.peterswineshop.com.
*Seabreeze Coffee
Connection: A hand drum
circle is held at 8 p.m. each
Wednesday at 315
Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona
Beach. For more informa-
tion, visit the Web site at
www.drumcircle.meetup.co
m/327.
*Skyline 1949: Jazz with
saxophonist Jaime Hollis
will be held from 6-9 p.m.,
Friday. Skyline 1949 is
located at 2004 N. Dixie
Freeway, New Smyrna
Beach. For more informa-


tion, call (386) 426-5777.
*Vino 100: Unwind and
relax after a strenuous day of
shopping at the Vino 100
Ormond Beach wine tasting
party from 6-8 p.m., Friday.
Enjoy sampling at least six
different wines. Local classical
guitarist Robert McCormack
will perform during the wine
tasting playing a wide range of
music including classical and
pop. The fee for the event is
$10 per person with full credit
given towards any same-day
purchase of $20 or more.
There is no charge for Vino
100 wine club members. For
more information, call (386)
677-9800 or visit
www.vino100ormondbeach.c
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is located at 175 S. Nova
Road.


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www.frappesnorth.com
ORMOND BEACH -With
traffic roaring by on
Granada Boulevard, it's
easy to miss the quaint
eatery called Frappes North
on the north side of the
busy thoroughfare. But, if
you do pass it by, turn your
car around and double
back to the locally-owned
restaurant, because it
would be a crime to miss a
meal here.
Frappes North is owned
by Meryl Frappier and her
husband Bobby, who is the
head chef. He does a
marvelous job of creating
new dishes full of rich
flavor but also adding new
twists to classics. Frappes
North is popular for its
intimate dinners in their
cozy dining rooms, but
fewer people know the
restaurant offers a casual
lunch menu as well. Ms.
Frappier describes it as
"American cuisine in a
comfortable atmosphere."
To start off, my
companion and I ordered
the grilled flatbread with
goat cheese, tomato and
chiffonade of spinach
($7.50) as an appetizer. The
flatbread was full of flavor
and the hearty portion
would have been more
than enough to be a
complete meal.
While my attire might


have been casual, my
grilled salmon entree
would have been at home
in the fanciest of
restaurants.
The salmon ($11.95) was
served atop sauteed
summer greens, fingerling
potatoes and bacon hash,
all drizzled with dill
compound butter. My
companion ordered the
California quesadilla
($8.25), a common dish
when served elsewhere, but
not at Frappes North. The
quesadilla is available with
either pulled pork or
chicken and is mixed with
cheddar-jack cheese and
roasted red peppers in a
flour tortilla. Salsa and sour
cream are served on the
side. The quesadilla had a
sweet flavor and was
creamy because of the
copious amount of cheese.
Ms. Frappier and her
husband began their
culinary adventures 19
years ago in South Daytona
with a hoagie shop. In
1990, they opened a caf6
on Beach Street before
making the move to
Ormond Beach with
Frappes North seven years
later.
While Frappes North has
a charming atmosphere
with close tables and
inviting paintings on the
wall, the restaurant is large


Staff photo by Jamye Durrance
Bobby and Meryl Frappier at their restaurant Frappes North in Ormond Beach.


enough to handle big
crowds. And they often do,
thanks to private rooms
where they host weddings
and private parties, Ms.
Frappier said. In addition
to their lunch menu,
Frappes North also has an
expansive dinner menu.
Stopping by for a relaxing
dinner is easier than most
people think, Ms. Frappier
said. "We're not stuffy," she
said. "People always call
and ask about the dress
code, I say it's everything
from denim to diamonds.
We want to give people a
quality product."
Ms. Frappier stresses the
laid back atmosphere with
a few of her favorite


sayings sprinkled on the
menus and throughout the
restaurant: "my favorite
restaurant is the one that
knows me" and "Good
food, good life, good
people."
There is free jazz
entertainment on most
evenings, Ms. Frappier
said. In addition to their
restaurants, the Frappiers
also offer catering and
cooking classes, entitled
"Bobby Live!"
Frappes North is located
at 123 West Granada Blvd
in Ormond Beach. Call
(386) 615-4888 for
reservations. Dinner Mon-
Sat at 5pm Lunches
Tues-Sat 11:30-2pm.


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You have the greatest judg-
ment. You seem to have been
born under a lucky star. Why?
At the last minute, when it
seems like things are not
going to work out, they usual-
ly do. This is the universal
message saying, "Not to
worry. It's all in divine order."
Your actions and facts speak
much stronger than your
words.
Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
Positive change is on the way
to you. Are you ready for it? A
big move will present itself
soon. Be sure to include fami-
ly and friends in the good for-
tune. You have more than
earned this universal promo-
tion. It is because of your hard
work, dedication and good
heartedness. No one could
be more deserving. Enjoy.


Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec.21
It's your turn at the helm of
the zodiac wheel for the next
four weeks. It's a time of
feasting and rejoicing. Spend
time in nature and with
friends and family. Sagittarius
leads us into the holidays
with good cheer. Psych your-
self up daily. Now more joy is
on the way. Lead us forward
with hope. It is your greatest
mission.
Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Stay on the sunny side of life.
Refuse to let earthly chal-
lenges pull you down and
cause excess stress. You
know what you want. Your
heart is open and filled with
love. Follow it and you will
succeed with something left
to spare. Live in the now and
take care of today's priorities
first. Everything else will wait.


Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Another name for you could
be "great leader of the pack."
The Age of Aquarius is a very
special time in history. Your
message is world peace and
order. It starts within our-
selves, one person at a time.
Remind us when we stray
and forget. We are living in a
time to honor of these princi-
ples. Guide us safely on our
way.
Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
You are in a strong, positive
energy pattern now. Your
visions always guide you. Just
be sure that you make quality
time for yourself every day.
You are important too, you
know. You are the spark that
lights our fire. Your ideas are
brilliant. You help everyone
with the truth. Thanks for
always inspiring and being
there.


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Great, easy dinners from that leftover Thanksgiving turkey


Hello smart shoppers.
Check out my
cookbook special at
the column's end.
Not turkey again? I'm sure
you're hearing that about
now. Try my recipes, they'll
love them.
If you have a lot of turkey
left, place some stuffing in a
small freezer bag. Do the
same with the gravy. Place
sliced turkey in a large bag;
insert the other bags and
freeze. In this hurried time
you'll have a dinner in no
time.
Two great, quick dinners
for those leftovers are my
version of turkey divan and
curry.
Enjoy. Countdown to
Christmas next week.

MOCK TURKEY OR
CHICKEN DIVAN
regular or low fat

Leftover turkey or chicken
Leftover gravy
Fresh or frozen broccoli
Cooked medium or wide
noodles*

Thaw meat to room
temperature. Thaw gravy,
bring to a boil and whisk to
reconstitute. Add cut up
turkey or chicken and heat
though. Cook broccoli in
small amount salted water.
Serve divan in individual
au-gratin dishes, topping a
serving of noodles with a
couple of broccoli spears,
turkey and gravy.
Beware of egg noodles.


Out
From page B1
the lighthouse museum is $5
for adults (12 years and older),
and $1.50 for children. The
lighthouse is open from 10
a.m. with last admission to the
grounds at 5 p.m. The light-
house is closed Thanksgiving
Day and Christmas Day. For
more information, call (386)
761-1821 Ext 18.
*Tree Lighting: Christmas on
Canal Street in New Smyrna
Beach will begin at 6 p.m.,
Friday, Nov. 27 with "Spark the
Spirit" community tree
lighting.
*Cinematique: "A Little
Romance" will be shown
Friday, Nov. 27 to Friday, Dec
10, at the Bookstore Caft, 410
S. Nova Road, Ormond Beach.
The 1979 romantic comedy is




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From page A2
by chefs dedicated to the art
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little tipsy and fully satiated,
knowing that they live close
to extraordinary restaurants
that can offer them more
than a flash frozen, deep-
fried something-or-other
with special sauce.


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Their first name is egg,
therefore they are high in fat
and cholesterol. Use no-
yolk noodles instead.
Season with salt and
pepper and a little butter
substitute.

LEFTOVER TURKEY
OR CHICKEN CURRY
serves 4 to 6
regular or low fat

This curry is a simple
variation of the real thing.
It's a winner and takes
almost no time to prepare.

1/2-cup each, finely
chopped onion and celery
1 tablespoon canola oil or
water
2 cups chicken broth,
homemade or canned
1/2-cup tomato sauce
1/2-cup water
1/2-teaspoon Worcester-
shire sauce
Several sprigs fresh Italian
parsley, chopped, or 1
tablespoon, dried
Salt and pepper
1 teaspoon to 1 table-
spoon curry powder,
depending on how strong
a flavor you want
3-4 cups cooked turkey or
chicken, cut up
1/4-cup flour


rated PG. Lawrence Olivier and
Diane Lane star in this
romance of a French boy and
an American girl who meet and
begin a little romance. This is a
look at how children behave
away from adults. The film will
be shown at 7 p.m. Friday, 2
p.m. Saturday, noon Wednes-
day and 7 p.m., Thursday for
two weeks. For more informa-
tion, visit Cinematique.org.
*Parade: The Gaslight
Parade will be held at 7 p.m.,
Friday at the Casements, 25
Riverside Drive, Ormond
Beach. For more information,
call (386) 676-3241 or go to
www.ormondbeach.org/event
s.

SATURDAY, Nov. 28

*Christmas market: The
Canal Street Merchants in New


3-4 cups cooked rice or
noodles
Cooked broccoli spears

Lightly brown vegetables
in oil, adding water, if
necessary.
Add the chicken broth,
reserving 1/2-cup. Add the
tomato sauce and water, a
little salt and pepper,
Worcestershire sauce,
parsley and curry powder.
Cook, covered, about 10
minutes. Add meat and
cook 10 minutes longer.
Shake remaining broth
with flour and add to the
pot, stirring until thickened,
adding more water or flour
and water if necessary.
Serve in individual dishes
or any way you choose. I
place broccoli spears over
rice or noodles, then ladle
on the curry.

MASHED RUTABAGA
(turnip)
low fat
serves 6 to 8

In my family we have
always called that large,
round, ugly, waxed, orange
root found in the produce
department a turnip. I have
since been corrected and
informed it's a rutabaga.
Try this recipe. The potato
cuts the sharpness of the
vegetable. One large
"turnip" is enough for any
dinner and leftovers may be
frozen.

1 large rutabaga, peeled


Smyrna Beach will hold a
Coastal Christmas from 9 a.m.-
5p.m., Saturday on Canal
Street. There will be art and
crafts and gift vendors,
merchant open houses,
entertainment and Santa.
*Ballroom dance: The
Greater Daytona Chapter of
U.S.A. Dance will hold a
ballroom dance from 7-10:30
p.m. at the City Island Recre-
ation Center, 108 E. Orange
Ave., Daytona Beach. Cost is
$6 for members, $8 for non-
members and $3 for students.
Admission includes a one-hour
group lesson from 7-8 p.m.
Attire will be dressy casual. The
public may attend. For more
information, call (386) 756-
8433 or (386) 427-4591.
*Caffe Capri: The Lenny
Galasso and Sal Ronci Duo will
perform from 6:30 to 9:30


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and cut into small chunks
1 large potato, peeled and
cut in medium-size
chunks
Salt and pepper
1 tablespoon butter or
butter substitute

It is very difficult to cut a
rutabaga. In the past, I
placed it on a cutting board
and, using a large sturdy
knife and a hammer, I
hammered it in half.
Now, I have a wonderful
hint from one of my readers.
Place the rutabaga in a
plastic supermarket bag,
loosely tie and place on a
microwave-safe rack.
Microwave on high for 5 to
10 minutes. Carefully
remove from microwave
and rinse under hot, then
cold, water. The wax clings
to the bag and the rutabaga,
though not cooked, is easy
to peel and cut.
Cut it in small chunks.
The smaller the chunks the
easier it is to mash. Place in
a pot with potato, cover
with water and cook until
tender, at least 20 minutes
or more. Drain. An old-
fashioned potato ricerr" is
the best way to mash it or
you can use a food proces-
sor. Believe me, there is so
much fiber in this root that
it's tough to mash. Season
with salt and pepper, add
the butter, mix and serve.

CRANBERRY
SURPRISE RELISH
serves 6-8

One 4-serving package


p.m., Saturday, Nov. 28 at Caffe
Capri Ristorante, 222 1/2 N.
Nova Road, in the Trails
Shopping Center in Ormond
Beach. They will perform live
swing and Big Band standards
and favorites, with some jazz,
rhythm and blues, Latin and
rock. The public may attend.
*Art Walk: "Christmas
Village" Art Walk on historic
Flagler Avenue in New Smyrna
Beach from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.,
Saturday. There will be
entertainment and some
galleries will offer wine tasting
or refreshments from 3 to 5
p.m. For more information
about art walk, or to request
an artist's application, call
(386) 428-1770 or visit
www.flaglergallerygro u p.com.
*Virsky Ukrainian National
Dance Company: The Daytona
See OUT, B8


cranberry or orange-
pineapple gelatin
3/4-cup boiling water
1 large stalk celery,
chopped
1 orange, peeled and
chopped
One 16-ounce can
cranberry sauce, jellied
or
whole berry
1/2-cup chopped
walnuts

Dissolve gelatin in
boiling water, add remain-
ing ingredients, place in
mold and chill. Un-mold
several hours before
serving: dip mold in hot
water for a few seconds
and inverting onto a plate.


Chill until firm. Cut in
wedges and serve.

HOLIDAYSPECIAL: For
an autographed cookbook,
"Romancing The Stove
with the Grammy Guru,"
send $17.50 instead of
$19.50. For multiple
books sent to one address
add $2 postage for each
additional book ($15 plus
$2). Send to: Arlene M.
Borg, 265 S. W Port St.
Lucie Blvd, No. 149, Port
St. Lucie, FL 34984. Check
or money order accepted.
Check your local book-
store.
Visit my Web site:
www.romancingthestove.
net.


Fighting hunger


File photo by Randy Barber/staff photographer
Student chef La'Carl McNair of Daytona Beach prepares
a bowl of soup for the Empty Bowls fundraiser last
December. Guest pay $10 for soup served in a ceramic
bowl made by local students, and were encouraged to
take the bowl home as a reminder of the world's hun-
gry. Empty Bowls benefits the Halifax Urban Ministries,
supporting the needs of families through Volusia and
Flagler Counties. The year's event will be held from 6 to
8 p.m., Friday, Dec. 4, at the Mainland High School cafe-
teria.


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From page B7
Beach Symphony Society will
present the Virsky Ukrainian
National Dance Company at 7
p.m., at the Peabody Auditori-
um, 600 Auditorium Blvd.
Daytona Beach. This interna-
tionally renowned 80-member
troupe is known for its
passionate and exciting shows,
containing vibrant costumes,
flying kicks, dynamic spins and
intricate chain dances. The
choreography captures
traditional folk dances in
dramatic stagings and
expresses the beauty of the
native Ukrainian people. For
ticket information, call (800)
745-3000, visit dbss.org or vist
the Peabody Auditorium box
office at 600 Auditorium Blvd.,
Daytona Beach. For more
information call at (386) 253-
2901.
*Car show: The Gaslight Car
show will be held in the
afternoon, Saturday at
Fortunato Park on John
Anderson Drive, Ormond
Beach. Registration will be
held from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
The show will run until 3
p.m. For more information,
call (386) 676-3241 or go to
www.ormondbeach.org/even
ts.
SUNDAY, Nov. 29
*Walk: The Happy Wander-
ers will hold a 5K /10K walk
at 1 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 29, at
Ormond Library, 30 S. Beach
St., Ormond Beach. Cost is $3.
For more information, call
(386) 788-4026, (386) 676-
9863 or visit www.happywan-
derersfl.org.
*Nativity Exhibit: The
Basilica of St. Paul will feature


nativity scenes from around
the world from Sunday, Nov.
29 to Tuesday, Dec. 8. Week-
end hours are 9:30 a.m. to 3
p.m. Week day hours are 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. The Basilica of
Saint Paul is located at 317
Mullally St., Daytona Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 252-5422 Ext 308.
MONDAY, NOV. 30
*Afternoon at the movies:
The Port Orange Regional
Library will show the film "The
Proposal" at 2 p.m., Monday in
the library auditorium, 1005
City Center Circle. This film is
rated PG-13 and is 108
minutes. A pushy boss forces
her young assistant to marry
her in order to keep her Visa
status in the U.S. and avoid
deportation to Canada.
Sandra Bullock and Ryan
Reynolds star. For more
information, call (386) 322-
5152 Ext4.
TUESDAY, Dec 1
*Tree lighting ceremony:
South Daytona will hold its
annual tree lighting at 6:30
p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 1, at city
hall, 1672 S. Ridgewood Ave.
Kick off the holiday season
with entertainment, a visit
from Santa, refreshments and
the city's tree lighting.
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 2
*Walk: The Happy Wander-
ers will hold a free 5k fun walk
at 6 p.m., Wednesday, at
Willow Run Park, 1351
Schoolhouse Drive, Port
Orange. For more information,
call (386) 788-4026, (386)
676-9863 or visit www.happy-
wanderersfl.org.
*Music for Healing:


Super star


Vocalist Amy Smith of
Seabreeze High School
performs 'Phantom of
the Opera' during the
finals for SuperStars of
Volusia at Mainland High
School on Saturday. The
Daytona Beach Sympho-
ny Society sponsored
the event, which benefits
performing arts pro-
grams in the schools.














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Sponsored by the Port Orange
Ministerial Association, "Music
for Healing: Body, Mind and
Spirit" is held from 12:15-
12:45 p.m. each Wednesday
at the All Saints Lutheran
Church, 751 Dunlawton Ave.,
Port Orange. Musicians from
local churches and schools
present instrumental music
for peaceful contemplation,
reflection, self-care and
meditation. Daytona Wood-
wind Ensemble will provide
the music. The public may
attend. Instrumental musi-
cians are needed. For more
information, call (386) 761-
9129.
*Book club/craft: The
Children's Section of the Port
Orange Regional Library will
hold a book club/craft for
children in first through fifth
grades at 2 p.m., Wednesday
at 1005 City Center Circle.
December selection is any
book from "Hank the Cowdog
Series" by John R. Erickson.
For more information, call
(386) 322-5152 Ext. 4.
*Jazz performance: The
Friends of the Port Orange
Regional Library will present


Linda Flynnand Expresso Jazz
at 2 p.m., Wednesday at 1005
City Center Circle. For more
information, call (386) 322-
5152 Ext 2.
*"Teens Totally Wired":
This activity will be held at 3
p.m., Wednesday at the Port
Orange Regional Library, 1005
City Center Circle. All teens
13-17 years of age are invited
to attend "Teens Totally
Wired." Get connected with
Dance, Dance, Revolution
Extreme 2, Guitar Hero II, and
the Wii and food. Participants
should wear socks. For
information, call (386) 322-
5152 Ext 4.
*Living Christmas Tree:
White Chapel Church of God
will hold its Living Christmas
Tree at 7 p.m., Wednesday
Dec. 2 to Sunday, Dec. 6, at
1730 S. Ridgewood Ave.,
South Daytona. Suggested
donation is $3. On Friday
evening, each child will
receive a special Christmas
gift. For tickets send a self
address stamped envelope
with the number of tickets
needed and the night to
White Chapel Church of God,


1730 S. Ridgewood Ave.,
South Daytona, FL 32119. For
more information, call (386)
767-5470.
THURSDAY, Dec. 3
*"Shasta, The Reading
Assistance Dog": The Port
Orange Regional Library will
present "Shasta, The Reading
Education Assistance Dog."
Have a howling good time as
they read to Shasta at 10:30
a.m., Thursday, Dec. 3 in the
library's children's room, 1005
City Center Circle. For more
information, call (386) 322-
5152 Ext 4.
ONGOING EVENTS
*American Legion Post 17:
Spaghetti night is from 4:30-
6:30 p.m. each Thursday. Surf
and turf is served from 4:30-
6:30 p.m. each Friday.
Breakfast is served from 8-11
a.m., Sunday. American
Legion Post 17 is located at
619 W. Canal St., New Smyrna
Beach. For more information,
call (386) 427-5013.
*American Legion Post
270: A fish fry and music


entertainment 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.
*Cruise night: East Coast
Cruisers hold a cruise night
from 4-8 p.m. the second
Saturday of each month on
Canal Street in New Smyrna
Beach.
*Daytona Metropolitan
Bridge Club: Duplicate Bridge
is played Monday through
Saturday at 600 Driftwood
Ave., Daytona Beach. For the
schedule, call (386) 255-7744
or visit the Web site at
www.DaytonaBridge.org.
*Democracy Now: Internet
news with Amy Goodman will
be presented at 10:30 a.m.
each Thursday at Unitarian
Universalist 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
Bingo: Games begin at 6:30
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Tools of the trade for landing a fish size matters


W en you begin to
fish you must
V decide how you will
land your catch.
The jerk up and hope for
the best, method may not
work so well with larger fish.
When properly used, a
landing net is a good choice
from a boat. The person
using the net should have it
submerged well before
attempting to lift the fish. A
fish that seems played out
will find new life if you
splash down a metal hoop
in front of it. Choosing a net
is not as simple a matter as
it would seem.
Size matters! Do not buy a
net that cannot be neatly
stowed in your boat. In
other words, the net should
fit the boat. It is miserable
having a big landing net in
the middle of your deck
where it will snag your
hooks or, worse yet, make
noise when you trip over it.
To that end you should tape
all the metal before putting
it into your vessel.
Your first net decision is
size, but second should be
mesh. If you fish with
artificial baits and the treble
hooks that come with them,


FISHING
WITH
DAN
DAN SMITH


do not buy a net made from
soft cotton string or twine.
Buy a hard plastic or
monofilament mesh. With
the string net you will spend
a good part of your day
trying to extricate your lures
from the twine. Each time
you remove a hook from a
string net you damage and
weaken it.
Never fish with a landing
net standing upright in a
rod holder, sooner or later
you will snag it probably
sooner.
A small gaff can be
effective in the inshore if
you use it carefully. Always
lip-gaff any fish you intend
to release. Most fish will
recover from a small lip
puncture. If you plan to eat
the fish hit it with the gaff
sharply. Don't be shy. Give
your catch a firm, lifting
blow and you will have
success. Any gaff should
have a sharp point and a


light coat of oil.
In later years, there has
been a run on fish gripping
tools. They are great in
theory, but some fall short.
The Boca Grip is the best
tool to grab and land a fish
without doing damage to
the animal. The mechanism
that looks like small ice
thongs grabs the fish at the
front of the mouth and will
release with the twist of the
wrist. Some models even
have a built-in weight scale.
On the downside, the Boca
Grip can run around $100.
De-hookers are less
expensive and consist of a
long rod with a twist at the
end to provide an easy
removal of a swallowed
hook. Every fisherman
should have a pair of needle
nose pliers handy. Another
good tool is surgical forceps
that will aid in releasing
deeply embedded hooks.
Many tackle stores now
carry forceps-type hook
removers.
Of course, best of all is the
bare hand or maybe one
with a glove. Grab your
catch by the tail with one
handnd remove the hook
with the other while leaving


the fish in the water for an
ideal release. Do not lip a
saltwater fish. That is, pick it
up with your fingers in its
mouth. Sure, some inshore
fish like snook, drum and
red fish are safe to handle in
that manner, but most
saltwater fish have teeth.
After spending my youth


bare-handing Louisiana
largemouth bass, my first
saltwater catch was a five-
pound blue fish. I still have
the scars to prove it.
Mark your calendar for
11a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday,
Dec. 5. I will be at The Book
Store, 410 S. Nova Road in
Ormond Beach for a book


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signing.
Dan Smith has fished the
waters ofVolusia County for
more than 40 years, e-mail
questions and comments to
apes 123@mybluelight.com.
His book, "I Swear the Snook
Drowned," is available for
$10.95 at (386) 441-7793.


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Golfer celebrates long-


awaited victory


Here's the wind-up


They say good things
come to those who
wait. And wait and
wait.
This past weekend, the
long wait for Michelle Wie
finally ended. The once
highly touted teenage
phenom became a winner
on the LPGA Tour for the
first time.
The stage was the Lorena
Ochoa Invitational in
Guadalajara, Mexico. For the
20-year-old Wie, it marks the
end of a long awaited
ascent, and the beginning of
what many hope will be a
fruitful career. Her victory
could not have come at a
better time for the LPGA
Tour and her.
We all remember how she
burst onto the scene as a 15-
year-old whose father
bragged how she would set
the world of golf on fire and
take on the men playing on
the PGA Tour. She may not
have won a PGA Tour event,
in fact she never got close,
but it wasn't for lack of
trying.
I, for one, have been
tough on her. I spoke tersely
about her desire to play
against men. Not because
she wasn't talented or
because she was a girl, I
spoke out because I felt she
needed to walk before she
could run. Many people
shared my view and felt her
life and career would be
better served playing the
mini-tours and learning
how to win. She needed
seasoning.
With that said, I was so
very pleased when I
watched her thrust her arms
up triumphantly as her final
stroke found the bottom of
the cup. She then put her
hands to her mouth as the
moment truly set in. The
most telling sign of her


journey to this moment
came in seeing her peers
surrounding the 18th green
cheering her and congratu-
lating her on her victory.
It tookWie 65 events to
wrap her arms around a
championship trophy. The
moment wasn't lost on her.
"Wowwww ... never
thought this would feel THIS
great!!!!!" she posted on her
Twitter account.
Some of her peers, who
avoided her in years past,
were there to shower her
with beer on the 18th green
after her winning putt.
Since becoming a college
student last fall, Wie has
matured a great deal and
has found friends where she
once had none. Her play and
actions at the Solheim Cup
helped win many fans and
players over, showing them
she had discovered the joy of
playing golf.
She first qualified for a
USGA event at the tender
age of 10. She would play
her first LPGA event at 12. As
she became a teenager, it
seemed her parents, and
eventually she, grew an
attitude of entitlement when
it came to her play.
Last year, that all seemed
to change. She qualified for
the LPGA Tour and this year
began to show the kind of
game many have been
waiting for.
This past weekend, Wie
beat the best in the busi-
ness. Right on her heels
were Paula Creamer, Kristie
Kerr, LPGA rookie of the year
Jijai Shin, Morgan Pressel,


and even the world's No. 1
lady golfer, Lorena Ochoa.
Where in the past, she
would falter, Wie instead
stayed steady. It was her
opponents who stumbled.
Her final round 69 was one
of the day's best and gave
her a two-shot win. It is
however, not just a win for
Wie, it's a win for women's
golf.
The LPGA, facing an
economy that is slumping,
has seen many major
sponsors drop out of next
year's events. Having Wie on
the leader board at any
event will bring people there
to watch, and send those at
home in search of their
remote to find the coverage.
"Literally, when Michelle
Wie is atop the leader board
it's like night and day and
that's star power," LPGA
spokesman David Higdon
said the day before Wie's
win. "That's all it is. This is
somebody people want to
follow. You see it in her
presence, the way she walks
around. The way people talk
to her."
Wie credits her play at the
Solheim Cup for getting her
going and teaching how to
handle her nerves when she
gets into contention.
"It just taught me so much
about handling that situa-
tion," Wie said. "'And actual-
ly, I wore my Solheim shoes
today. So I felt pretty lucky."
Lucky? Perhaps, or maybe
she finally matured and
ascended that mountain.
Here's a toast to her staying
at the top for a long while.
James Stammer has been
an avid golfer and golf
enthusiast for 30 years. He
hosts the Tuesday Night Golf
Show on WPSL 1590-AM
radio station. Contact him at
jstammer@yahoo.com.


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Ormond Beach resident Rachael Titus, 11, of the Port Orange Blazers 98 Fast Pitch soft-
ball team, pitches during the Winter Blast Tournament at the Port Orange City Center
Sports Complex on Saturday.


Out
From page B8
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-
Rescue Association's various
causes. For more information,


call (386) 424-2445.
*Elks bingo: Games begin at
1 p.m. on Sundays and 6:30
p.m. on Thursdays at 820 W.
Park Ave., Edgewater. The
facility is non-smoking, food
and soft drinks available for
purchase. All proceeds benefit
the Elk's sponsored charities.
For more information call
(386) 427-2512.
*Gospel open mic: Faith
Church will hold an gospel
music open mic at 7 p.m., the
first Friday of each month
from November to April at the
church, 4700 Clyde Morris
Blvd., Port Orange. For more
information, call (386) 761-
5482.
*Ormond Beach Historical
Society Welcome Center and
Museum: This is the "Gate-
way to the Ormond Scenic
Loop" featuring historical
photographs, a 20-minute
DVD, and interpretive panels
that reveal the rich and
diverse history of the Ormond
Beach area. Located in the
1895 MacDonald House, the
Welcome Center features
information about the
Timucua Indians, the Spanish
and British Colonial Periods,
early pioneer settlers, the
Hotel Ormond, "Birthplace of
Speed" and John D. Rocke-
feller. Hours are 10 a.m -3
p.m. Tuesday to Saturday.
Admission is Free. The
welcome center and museum
is located at 38 E. Granada
Blvd. Ormond Beach. For
more information, call 386-
676-7005 or visit
www.ormondhistory.org.
*Marine Discovery Center:
Mosquito Lagoon eco-tours
and kayak tours and rentals
are available daily from the
Marine Discovery Center, 116
N. Causeway, New Smyrna


Beach. For times, call (386)
428-4828.
*Peninsula Woman's Club:
A luncheon followed by
bridge or canasta will be held
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
Thursday, at 415 S. Peninsu-
la, Daytona Beach. The cost is
$10. For more information,
call (386) 760-0487
*Pinnacle and Yuker: 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
information, call (386) 761-
7633.
*Sica Hall Senior Center:
Nickel and dime poker is
played at noon each Thurs-
day. Donations are all that is
asked to play. Several
different games are played,
and rules are posted. Line
dancing takes place at 2 p.m.
each Thursday and costs $4
for members. Also, from 2-4
p.m. each Tuesday, a live band
plays music from the 1940s
and up to dance to. Refresh-
ments are served. Singles or
couples may attend. The cost
is $4.50 for nonmembers and
$3.50 for members. Bingo is
held at 1 p.m. each Monday
and Wednesday. Drawings,
prizes and free refreshments
are available. The cost is $1 for
members and $2 for non-
members. The Sica Hall Senior
Center is located at 1065
Daytona Ave., Holly Hill. For
more information, call (386)
236-2997

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Bulbs can add a festive look


W th the holidays
almost in full
swing, one of the
most sought-after, novelty
plant items is the amaryllis
bulb.
These colorful plants are
very easy to grow and
bloom with very little effort.
They can be grown inside or
out and are a staple at most
retailers during the holiday
season.
These colorful plants
actually originated in South
America's tropical climate.
The botanical name for the
amaryllis is hippeastrum.
Because of the large,
colorful flowers the plants
produce, this bulb is in large
demand worldwide during
the winter months.
These gorgeous plants
come in a wide variety of
colors, which include red,
white, pink, salmon and
orange. You can also find
many varieties that have
variegated flowers with an
array of colors in a single
bloom. These bulbs will be
available at many retailers
in the coming weeks.
Amaryllis bulbs can be
purchased in bulk package,
as well as in kits, where all
you have to do is unpack the
kit and water the soil.
If you choose to plant
your own, first place the
roots and base of the bulb in
lukewarm water for a
couple of hours. If you get
your bulbs and you are not
ready to plant them right
away, store them in a cool
place at 40 to 50 degrees.
Your fridge is a great place
to store the bulbs until you
are ready to plant them.
Amaryllis bulbs like to be
planted in a good-quality


GARDEN '
NOOK \
JOE ZELENAK .




potting mix, such as Miracle
Gro. Plant the bulb up to the
neck area in the potting
mix. Be gentle with the roots
so you do not damage them.
Firmly pack the soil around
the bulb so it stays securely
in place.
Your new bulbs will do
really well in a warm place
with bright light. The warm
temperatures really make
the bulb grow rapidly and it
will bloom in no time.
Water your new plant
quite sparingly when it is
first sprouting and gradually
increase the amount of
water the plant receives as it
grows. The blooms can last
for several weeks, and if you
plant the bulbs at two- or
three-week intervals, you
can ensure lots of color for
many weeks to come.
Amaryllis bulbs can be
trained to re-flower by
simply cutting off the spent
flower. When you notice the
stem starting to wilt, cut it
back at the base of the bulb
and the flowering process
will start again.
When you walk in to
almost any lawn and garden
center, impatiens will most
likely be the dominant
plant. You will find them in
all colors and sizes from a
small, 4-inch pot all the way
up to 14-inch (or larger)
color bowls. Many stores
also carry six packs and 24
packs.
As a rule of thumb, if you
are going to plant a garden


with impatiens, plant lots of
them. You will be well
rewarded with a garden to
be proud of.
During the holiday
season, impatiens can be
found in red and white color
varieties. They can add real
holiday flair to any garden
or holiday display.
Impatiens will do best if
planted in an area that does
not get full sun all day. If
you plan on putting in
impatiens just for the
winter, this won't be quite as
critical, as the plants will
endure more sun during the
winter then the spring and
summer.
You will want to use a
good-quality potting soil,
such as Miracle Gro, and
plant them in an area that
has good drainage. If water
stands too long or the soil
stays mucky, impatiens will
develop root rot. They do,
however, need to be kept
evenly moist.
If you let an impatiens
plant dry out too much, the
plant will wilt. Even though
the plant will appear to
recover when you revive it
with water, there is still
damage that has done.
Repeated bouts of drying
out will compromise the
plant quality dramatically
over time.
If you have a sprinkler
system, do not rely on it 100
percent for your flowers.
Always supplement your
watering regime with hand
watering.

Joe Zelenak has 28 years
experience in gardening
and landscaping. Send e-
mails to hometowngar-
den@gmail.com or visit his
Web site www.hometown-
garden.com.


Dancing the night away


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Anita and Stan Pristanski of Ormond Beach dance the night away to The Sound Band
during the Adult and Senior Dance held at the Piggotte Community Center in South
Daytona on Saturday. South Daytona Parks and Recreation sponsored the event.
Future dances at the Piggotte Center will be held on Jan. 10 and Feb. 20, 2010.


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medium oak, padded
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CHEST of drawers, ex.
cond. white w/ hand
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CHEVY MAGS 14" w
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CHRISTMAS DECOR,
various decorations very
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CHRISTMAS DECOR-
blow up snowman $15.
Animated Teddy Bear
$10. 386-672-3264
CHRISTMAS TREE, 7.5',
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CLOCK, CUCKOO
Clock, Black forest, $110,
wall regulator clock, $60
386-672-9982 VOL
COFFEE BREWER, 3
burners, $150 obo
386-492-6782 VOL
COIN WASHER, like
new, complete, ready to
use, $200 386-677-5231
COMPUTER desk, sturdy
w/ slide out drawers, $10,
2 HP printers $15 ea
386-304-1694 VOL
CRANE for Pickup Truck
with cable and winch,
$75.386-445-1966.
CRIB W/ Sealy mattress,
solid wood from Pottery
Barn, can be adjusted,
$80, 386-423-3965 VOL
CRUTCHES, forearm
type, new cond, $75 obo,
potty/shower chair, new
$50 386-424-1933 VOL
DINING or kitchen set,
round wood like frame
formica table w/ one leaf,
$75, 386-427-8782
DINING ROOM SET -
Oak Table, w/leaf, 76x40,
incl. 6 upholstered chairs,
$175. 386-673-4133.
DISHES, GLASS, 94
pieces Wexofrd glass, w/
large punch bowl w/ cups
$150, 386-308-4512
DOG CRATE, large,
practically new, $30 obo,
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large capacity, excellent
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$95, 386-689-3019 VOL
DRYER, GE, 3 cycle
heavy duty, stainless
drum, white front loader,
$125 obo, 386-478-9869
EDGER, ELECTRIC by
Homelite, nearly new,
used only a few times,
$50, 386-427-0436
EXERCISE Equipment
Orbi Trek, good cond,
$65, power house sit up
bench $35, 386-235-5222
FIESTA WARE, 16 piece
beautiful set, no chips or
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FURNITURE-
China Cabinet, $175;
Entertainment Center,
$100. 386-576-7152
GOLF BALLS, 50 dozen,
good condition, $75 for
all, 386-788-8711 VOL


GOLF CART, electric
walking with seat and
battery charger, $180
386-258-0465 VOL
GYM, WELDER Club
Gym, C-650, like new,
was $500, now $200
386-427-2980 VOL
HOT WATER heater, gas
used, 1 year, all vent
piping $45, computer
desk $25 386-761-1172
HURRICANE Shutters,
metal, 22- 5'x16', 6-
7'x16', $50 obo
386-441-2686 VOL
KAYAK, OCEAN, self
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$200, 386-673-8214
KEYBOARD, CASIO, 72
keys, fully loaded,
excellent condition, $55
386-402-1054 VOL
LADDER, 16' extension
ladder, aluminum, $15,
pipe wrench $10 obo
386-304-9120 VOL
LADDER, double 6'
fiberglass, construction
grade, excellent condition
60, 386-426-2944 VOL
LIFT CHAIR, Blue, like
new, (was $600) asking
$200 386-441-4980
LUGGAGE, BRAND new
American Tourister on
wheels, $125 obo
386-428-2596 VOL
MADAME Alexander's
First Lady series dolls.
$25 each. New in box.
386-846-1698
METAL DETECTOR,
Garrett ace250, used
only twice, $165
386-441-8195 VOL
MOP, STEAM Shark
Mop, used once all
attachments in box, $100
obo, 386-453-6407 VOL
OVEN, CONVECTION
oven, $35, aluminum
screen door, white, 36"x
80" $20 386-615-4812
PIANO, Rohrbach,beau-
tiful honey color recently
tuned, IncI bench. Great
Cond $199 386-679-4277
SKI OUTFITS, mens XL,
ladies L, $125 for both, or
$75 each, 386-677-2330
SOFA, CHAIR & otto-
man, very good condition,
$150, computer desk,
$40, 386-761-0463
STOVE, ELECTRIC, 4
burner, $79, Dishwasher,
Kenmore, good cond,
$79, 386-427-0274 VOL
STOVE, GE elec. range,
smooth top & over the
range GE microwave
$125 both, 386-322-2666
TABLE SAW, 10" Sears
table saw, many extras
$200, 386-428-6349 VOL
TABLE, TILE top, $150
386-334-0697 VOL
Tables: Coffee & two
end tables, marble $75,
Toddler bed w/mattress
$50. 386-679-8007
TRAMPOLINE, MINI,
brand new, all put togeth-
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386-671-0585 VOL
TREE, CHRISTMAS
Tree, 7.5', Pre-lit Prescott
Pine, $65, 386-214-1777
TREE, CHRISTMAS, ar-
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386-441-3784 VOL
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824 Wildwood
1800 Spruce Creek Blvd. Port Orange, FL
Port Orange, FL Location! Local
Spruce Creek Fly-In Condo Lovely home in Cou
Fabulous condo offers tie down space concrete blk,Gorgeo
for your planelBright, open floor plan, remodeled w/stamle
2/2/2, high ceilings, Screened lanai Blonde hardwood fI
w/hot tub, lovely backyard.Incredible enormous backyard
price $155,000. porch, 1,711 sf A/C
$179,900.




1315 Wembley
2329 River Ridge* Deland, FL Beautiful Pool H
Direct St. John's River! 4/2.5, all "Hardy Boa
Attention all Nature Lovers & Boaters' impervious to termil
Gorgeous end unit condo right next to family room loft, upc
pool, walk out to your boat dock w/condo kitchen lnground pc
at first come basis, 2 bedrooms, 1.5 gar, plu boat/rv Pa
baths, next to Hontoon State Park in conditioned space,
Deland. New Listing. $199,900. walk...New Listinql


Spruce Creek Fly-In Community
Wow' What a buy in the Fly-In.3/2,
updated lovely home on nature lot,
Granite counters, family rm w/fireplace,
enclosed Lanai, living rm, sky lights, all
nestled in a culdesac.New Listing'
$258,000.


4z23 mayrair La
Port Orange, FL
Town Park Pool
Lakefront location
views Located in t
3/2/2, office, great
kitchen, pavered d
concrete block, 20


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Daytona Beach 5bdrm
home. minutes from
lnternational/95. Students
welcome.Rooms $440mo
or bi-wkly + $100 deposit.
Utilities, satellite TV, w/d
incl. ALSO, 2bdrm house
ood location, Holly Hill
125/wk or $500/mo incls
utilities, w/d, Directv. 386-
527-4677; 523-8786



COCOA BEACH, Ocean-
front 1/1 w/balcony, newly
redone, quiet bldg, Laun-
dry on premise. $750/mo
+ dep 305-318-1853
Daytona Bch Shores Di-
rect ocean front condos,
Furn 1 & 2 bdrm, Long &
Short term. Ted Rugg &
Assoc 386-677-6560


DAYTONA BEACH Mt
Carmel Apts. 2/1's or
3/1's, all appl. fenced in
yard & laundry rm. Rental
assistance if qualified.
386-255-5076 or TDD
800-955-8771

WATERFRONT
DAYTONA BEACH
1br/1ba. Right on the
water. Furnished or un-
furnished, jacuzzi tub,
balcony, pool. Recently
remodeled. Includes all
utilities. $765/mo. 1st/
last/sec. 727-458-3477
Affordable and
Reliable
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dable & NEW SMYRNA 55+
iable OPEN HOUS remodeled 2/1. New
liable laminate floors new
)wn News Oct. 31s & Nov. 14th kitchen & bath. Enclosed
SIFIEDS! AM TO PM patio 118 Red Oak Circle
25FIEDS 410MTOIPM $6500.716-560-6912
A 55+ Community ORMOND BCH COZY
SI HOLLOW 55+COMMUNITIES.

2051 PioneerTrail #246 deal at $19,500. Other
homes available from
i bly NEW SHOMES; FROM a$6500-$18,900. Call
S NEW HO S f 386-672-1276 /4514018
ONAL REALTY $99,900 to $128,453 ORMOND- Pet Friendly
RE-SALES FROM 1985 Palm Harbor, many
>6p-451-4251 c 18,000eto$124,000 upgrades, 2/2 Gated
'6-517-951-809H 1, O ,U comm Screen porch,
- Motivated Seller!! carport, 3 pools, clbhse.
$24,500 502-529-6757
Great Living-No Taxes PALM HARBOR: Huge

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ircle 386-427-4261 Starting at $399/mo. On
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tion! 800-622-2832
untryside, 3/2/2, Why not
ms kitus Why notknt c
ess steel appiances, the best!
P.or. plt plan, tLe C es!
,29xl 1 covered
space. New Listingl
S HOMETOWN
NEWS PORT ORANGE Owner
financing w/land $496mo.
Ce GLASSIFIEDS 2bd/2ba, exc. condition.
Great neighborhood. No
5 Counties! lot rent. 721 Casper.
-Port Ooangn, FL Call Keith, 386.547.4175
Home Martin through
ard" Exterior which is PORT ORANGE 55+
tes, moisture,& fire, EastVolusia large 1800sqft. 3/2
dated eat-in fireplace, large kitchen
arkg.a2,521ar Programs with island, laundry room,
3g351 2,ot5 n don't a office. Beautiful home
3,351 total. Run don't for Businesses! $79,500386-756-0474
M Special Rates PORT ORANGE 55+
Special ates Paradise in Crane Lakes.
Private Party 2/2, tile & wood floors.
i Manicured comm, golf
ne Give us a call! course, 2 pools 1 heated.
Gated, guardhouse, Lots
Home 386-322-5949 of activities. Huge Clbhse
with panoramic $124,500 386-788-7248
the Estates section,
ronm, eat-in PleaseTell Them... SOUTH DAYTONA 55+
nveway,split plan, I Saw It In fully furn 2/1 C/H/A, W/D
03 built' $295,000. HOMETOWN NEWS screen room & carport.
CLASSIFIEDS! Candlelight Manor
38632-59 Lot-D4 Pool clubhouse,
386-322-5949 $6, 500 217-304-1088


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DAYTONA BCH York-
town Estates. 2/2/garage,
W/D, pool, $700/mo. +
sec. Call Deena 386-
788-0090; 386-290-0367
Daytona Beach 2bd/2ba,
Spectacular river + ocean
views,balcony, beachside
location. Pool, gym, etc.
$1095/mo. 386-527-4677


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DAYTONA BEACH Cen-
tral Manor Apts serving
adults 62+ or mobility
impaired. lbr/ 1ba.
Income based rent. EOH,
Handicap accessible
386-255-2622 TTY
1-800-955-8771
DAYTONA BEACH new-
ly remodeled, lbr/lba,
fresh paint, new floor &
appl., window A/C, as-
signed parking. $550/mo
+ sec. 386-793-5575.
Daytona Beach Shores
5th flr.3bd/3ba new paint/
carpet,gated, pools, gym,
riverviews, no smoking,
incl water/cable, partially
furn.$1400.407-247-3327
Daytona Beach Shores
Oceans Grand, 2bd/2ba.
plus den. Spectacular
views! W/D, Stainless
appl., Granite counters.
$1275/mo. 352-665-0262
DAYTONA BEACH- 2br
Townhouse $650.
C/H/A/, fireplace, new
carpet. Water paid. No
pets. 1 yr lease. $650
dep 212-A First Ave Also
1Br/1Ba $390 Water
paid. No pets. 1 yr lease.
Deposit $390. 148 First
Ave Apt B, 386-846-7243

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DAYTONA/ORMOND BEACH
OCEANVIEW APTS.
Beautiful building by the beach.
1 & 2 bedrooms

CITY REALTY DITHA
SANDER, Broker
386-767-5609 DithaSander@aol.com


DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
STEPS TO OCEAN
Top fir., Ig. airy 2br/lba
furn., private balcony &
parking, C/A/H, $725/mo
incl. water, 1 yr lease,
512 Phoenix Ave, 386-
383-2828,813-842-2264

DAYTONA BEACHSIDE,
Riverside Condos, River
view, 2 br/2 ba, 2nd fir., 3
pools, bus route. Walk to
Beach! $850/mo. + sec.,
1 yr. lease. 386-615-1859
Free eek! 4 Locations.
Daytona Beach & Dayto-
na Beach Shores with
Oceanview. All utilities
included, furnished or
unfurnished. Just Steps
to Beach. 3 different size
units starting at $150
weekly & $625 monthly
Looking for long term ten-
ants No increase in rates
for Special Events
386-322-8383 / 767-7141
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Direct Intercoastal w/
waterviews. 2/2+ den
w/sofabed. Scrn patio.
Fully furn, Short walk to
beach. Gated comm, In-
let Marina Villa. Pool,
Tennis, $2300/mo Sea-
sonal, long term lease
avail, Call 386-478-9038
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Mainland 1/1 furnished
with W/D. Non smoker,
no pets. $600/mo, in-
cludes utilities, + dep.
Ref's. 386-423-6917
NEW SMYRNA- 2/2/1
Nice Quite area, Turnbull
Bay golfcourse, partially
furnished,W/D, Screened
in lanai, Available now.
386-478-3890


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NEW SMYRNA- Ocean-
view 2/2 1st fir, new tile,
paint, bright, unfurn,
W/D, pool area directly
on ocean $1000/mo +dep
A-1-A RE 386-426-6949
ORMOND BEACH, gar
effc, 1rm 30x30, full kitch.
fully furn., $525/mo. 1st/
last/sec. Incl. cbl/water/
elec. 386-673-1062.
ORMOND BY THE SEA
2bdrm, panoramic ocean
views, new tile & carpet.
Large kitchen & living
room. $750/mo. 1st, last,
+ $300sec. 386.852.0333


REDUCED
ORMOND BY THE SEA
Luxury Condo oceanfront
2/2 walk to shopping or
relax in the pool. Ceramic
tile thru-out. Ground floor,
new paint, water, pest
control, expanded cable
included only $1000/mo.
Call Keith 386-441-1433



ORMOND BY THE SEA
Oceanview 2/1/1, CHA,
W/D $700/mo & up
101-105 Town & County
Ln 386-257-3378 James.





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DAYTONA BEACH MOVE-IN READY!
One 4 bedroom/ 2 bath Home
Three 3 bedroom/ 2 bath Homes 5
Rent for Homes range from
$775 to $895/mo.

1 year lease option for homes
$49,900 to $69,900 with 5% down.
1 bedroom apartment for $425/mo.


SOUTH DAYTONA-
Lakeview Estates 55+
Friendly & active park.
w/screened porch on the
water. 2/1.5, big florida
room, new laminate floor-
ing & kitchen counter-
tops, W/D, carport for 3
cars, fully furnished incl
52"HDTV. Low lot rent,
$28,000. 906-202-2901




"ARIZONA LAND"
Kingman, 10 acres:
Spectacular hilltop views,
well & power. $5,000
down, $926 monthly.
Armageddon Special:
One acre, $149/MO.
Other properties avail.
www. DonelRightLand
.com 928-718-1364
GEORGIA OVER 15 ac
in Wayne County Geor-
gia. Beautiful Tiff 85 pas-
ture, 2 small ponds,
county road frontage,
very quiet & secluded.
Only $3,500/ acre with
owner financing.
Cell 912-269-9349
912-427-7062,
GEORGIA EMANUEL
county 145 acres total. 70
acres in pasture.
Wooded with a 2 acre
pond. Completley fenced
for livestock. $1500/per
acre. 706-551-9411
MISSISSIPPI: 200 to
10,000acres Delta Farm-
land, Highly improved.
5% or better return plus
growth. 662-686-7807
Dean Land & RE John or
David 800-LANDSEL
dpfisher47@yahoo.com
N. FLA LAND- Lafayette
County. Planted Pine,
hardwood bottoms, road
frontage, great hunting.
*26 Acres $2900/acre.
*29 Acres $2800/acre.
*27 Acres $2700/acre.
Call 352-867-8018


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ORMOND, west of 1-95.
2bdrm overlooking lake,
completely furnished w/
washer & dryer, 20x20
sunroom, no pets $700.
386-672-1551; 290-0965

WOW
SOUTH DAYTONA 1
bedroom Apts. Just Ren-
novated. New Applian-
ces. From $450/mo
386-756-7752
347-693-3466
South Daytona: Short or
Long term, new,gorgeous
2br, incoastal view from
all rooms. 4 mo
$1500/mo incl water,
cable, pool, exercise rm
fishing pier & much more.
Mary Lynn Realty
386-788-4338
marylynnrealty.com


Vero Bch: Newly re-
modeled 1br from $500
2br from $600 Water &
Sewer incl. Sm Pets ok.
Near Bch. 772-563-0013


DAYTONA BEACH 3/1
923 Essex Road.
Children & small pets
OK. $750/mo $750
sec. 386-290-4373
DAYTONA BEACH: 2/1
CHA, fenced yard, Ig
storage shed, $650/mo +
Dep, 805 Forest Ln, Mod-
ern RE 386-253-7449
Daytona Beach: Indigo
Lakes 3/2/2, fl rm, new
carpet & appliances.
$1225/mo incl lawn &
pest svs. Mary Lynn Re-
alty 386-788-4338
marylynnrealty.com
EDGEWATER 3bdrm,
large fenced yard. New
Metal Roof & Windows,
Upgraded Kitchen, All
Ceramic Tile. $800, 1st,
last + sec. 386-690-1373
EDGEWATER: 3br/2ba/2
1 yr old, fenced yard. Non
smoking. 3428 Umbrella
Tree Dr, $830/mo Avail
12/1 386-424-9775
NEW SMYRNA 2/2/1
1298 Willard Cathedral
ceilings, tile- firs, freshly
painted. All apple's.
$900/mo Owner/ Broker
386-451-6983
NEW SMYRNA BEACH,
1307 Magnolia Street,
2br/2ba, laundry room in
garage, fenced backyard,
850/mo. 904-821-5576.
ORMOND 1/2 ACRE
3beds/3baths ranch, new
kitchen, fireplace, tile &
wood floors, master deck.
Call 386-846-4616


NC MOUNTAINS Brand
New! $50,000 Mountain
Top tract reduced to
$19,500! Private, near
Boone area, bank financ-
ing, owner must sell,
(866)275-0442
NORTH CAROLINA
Mnts. Warm Winters
-Year round golf. E-Z to
finish Log Cabin Shell
w/Acreage $99,900.
Pre-Approved Bank
Financing. Also Mountain
& Waterfront Land for
sale 828-247-9966 Ext.
60
SEBRING: Better Than a
Short Sale! 2+ acres,
lake views $53,012 Own
below builder cost! Spec-
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Gated waterfront com-
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MOUNTAINS
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Mountain Top tract
REDUCED to $19,500!
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Ormond Beach- 2br/2ba
Open split plan, dining
room, screen porch, dbl.
garage, cul-de-sac, totally
remodeled. $850mo.
386-672-1551; 290-0965
ORMOND BY THE SEA
2-br/1-ba garage, Florida
room. $700/mo + sec
386-441-4084 or
386-299-5942
ORMOND BY THE SEA
2bd/lba, living room, fam
rm, eat-in kitch., all apple's
incl. microwave, utility rm,
Ig screened porch,garage
w/opener, out-building w/
overhead door, steps to
bch & shpng, new paint &
carpet. No pets, $790/mo
386.441.4100; 295.1830
ORMOND POOL HOME
4beds/3.5bath, screened
pool & jacuzzi, big rooms,
tile, new everything. Call
(386)846-4616
PORT ORANGE Home
sweet home! 3bd+office
/2ba, Irg yard, $o1050mo+
sec.809 Lafayette, sm pet
ok. Scotty 386-290-2078
PORT ORANGE Willow
Run 3/2/2, new tile & car-
pet, fenced yard $900/
mo, FLS, small pet okay.
386-788-2236 / 846-0240
PORT ORANGE,
821 Pheasant Run, (off
Hensil) 4,300 sq. ft., pool,
5 car arrage, $2,500/mo.
823 Pheasant Run
$5,000/mo., Call Anne
386-295-8638.
TITUSVILLE: Fully furn







ORMOND BEACH -
Plantation Bay. Gated.
house, 2bed/2bth/2 lcar.,




screen porch, rent $945
Immed. 386-437-8139
PORT ORANGE- Holiday
special $1000 move-in.
2/1.5 clean. New carpet,
wood & tile floors.
Stacked W/D. Comm
pool. Ideal for student or
sm family. 386.314-4071
SO DAYTONA Town
house/condo. 2-br/ .5-ba
Excellent cond New paint
& carpet. $600 monthly
1st & last 386-566-7568


Unbelievable
ORMOND BEACHSIDE,
furnished 1/1 duplex,
both sides avail. Just
bring toothbrush and
clothing. Can see a little
ocean from Fl rm, Few
steps from ocean.
Well-kept large fenced
yard. Outstanding loca-
tion. Shaded parking,
incl. W/D, storage, front
porch, Fl room, Small
dogs, feathers and fins
welcome. Yrly lease,
$850 plus utilities. Short
term lease avail at higher
price. 386-677-3844


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modeled, full bath &
kitchen Approx 800sqft
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1978 CORVETTE, silver
anniversary, all options,
mint condition, covered
and garaged last 19
years. $16,500/obo.
386-761-7081
FORD SEDAN, 1934, 2
door, Sharp! Big Block
Street Rod! $35,000.
386-848-5597/848-4199


$2,995 DODGE Ram
2500 Cargo Van. New
white paint & tires.
Automatic, A/C, V8.
386-295-8046.
Affordable & Effective
Hometown News
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CADILLAC Fleetwood
Brougham, 1994, rear
wheel drive, Ithr int., 350/
375hp eng., new tires,
$2,995. 386-295-8046.
CAVALIER Z24, soft-top
convertible, '99. Garage
kept. 2.4 liter engine, 64K
miles, 31mpg, $5,800.
330-314-5409.
CHEVY MALIBU, 2000.
Gold, clean, 4-door, cold
AC, automatic, AM-FM
stereo, 184K mi., $2,800/
obo. 386-763-2402.
DODGE RT CHARGER,
Hemi, 2007 Fully loaded.
Inferno red, exc cond,
Custom rims. 37K mi,
$18,000. 321-636-9248


Boats & -

SWatercraft


16' BOWRIDER w/trailer.
85hp Yahama, trim tilt,
depth finder, runs great.
well maintained. Needs
work.$995. 386-439-4690

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broker profiles, fishing
captains, dockside dining
and more.


LINCOLN TOWNCAR,
2000, Ithr int., cold AC,
garage kept, runs perfect,
high hwy mi., $4,500/obo.
386-402-8098.


MU$T

$ELL
SATURN ION II, '06, 15K
mi. cold A/C, 1 owner,
garage kept, like new
cond. inside/out, have all
service records, $8,250/
obo. *Must See to
Believe*. 386-761-1907.




CADILLAC PARTS 1941
to 1954 Body & engine
parts; some rare and
hard to find. 386-672-
7366 or 386-453-6677



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2007 SCOOTER, 260CC,
Liquid cooled engine,
automatic, 2-seater. Less
than 400 mi. $1,600/obo.
386-253-9834

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HARLEY-DAVIDSON
Dyna Street Bob, '07,
3800 mi., silver denim
paint, Screamin Eagle
mufflers, detachable wind
shield, saddlebags, Lady
ridden, located in Port
Orange, must sell.
$11,500.317-498-4567
HONDA VTX 1300R, '04
x-tra chrome, windshield,
bags, whitewalls, sharp!
$3,495. 386-441-9487 or
386-523-4894.
SUZUKI INTRUDER, '01,
800CC, good cond, runs
perfectly. Must Sell!
$2,400/obo (new phone
#) 386-795-2348
WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
1970-1980 Z1-900, KZ90
0, KZ1000, S1-250, S2-
250, S2-350, S3- 400,
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Pick Up 800-772 -1142 or
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WANTED: Old Japanese
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1972-1976,KZ1000
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S2-350,S3-400, H1-500,
H2-750, Honda CB750
(1969-1975) Suzuki
GS400,GT380, Cash
paid, free nationwide
pickup. 800-772-1142,
1-310-721-0726


1998 SAVANNAH 5th
wheel. 35' Central heat &
air, Ref/freezer. 3 slides.
built in ent center with
TV. Queen bed. New
brakes, $12,000/obo
321-543-6861

SPECIAL
37' PILGRIM 2006 Park
Model Trailer 2-br/1-ba
set up in a 55+ retirement
park. $0 down $0 interest
$499 per month, includes
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and insurance. $18,000
772-359-5231
305-247-4021
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CHEVY SILVERADO
1500, 2006, Red w/alum.
topper, 4WD, V8, Auto,
Ext. cab, Tow pkg., 66K
mi., very clean, $13,700.
386-290-2039
CHRYSLER, 2004 Town
& Country Minivan, Ltd
Edition, 71K mi, sunroof,
leather seats, exc. cond.,
$7,500. 386-871-8890
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GMC SONOMA PICKUP
2000, Fire Engine Red
flare side, ice cold a/c,
hard tonneau cover, 4
cylinder stick. Only 52K
miles Like new $4995.
906-202-2901



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