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Community

Notes
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Beach.
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Lagoon and a $10 gas card.
For more information
call toll free 1-888-
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The fourth annual
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Holly Hill YMCA struggling to


survive, asks city for help


By Patrick McCallister
For Hometown News
HOLLY HILL - The Holly Hill
Family YMCA might close, and is
looking to the city to help prevent
that from happening. Teresa
Rogers, president/CEO of the
Volusia/Flagler Family YMCA, said
the Holly Hill facility is losing
money because few are paying the
maximum membership prices.
"Typically the way the Y works is


NAACP


banquet


honors


locals

By John Bozzo
For Hometown News
DAYTONA BEACH-A
descendant of two
famous black Americans
found a mission to live
up to the example of his
ancestors when he
learned about the mod-
ern-day tragedy of
human trafficking and
prostitution slavery.
"There were girls my
daughters' ages who
were forced to be sex
slaves in the brothels,"
Kenneth B. Morris told
an audience Saturday at
the Plaza Resort and Spa
during the 38th Annual
Freedom Fund Banquet
sponsored by the Volusia
County-Daytona Beach
Branch of the National
Association for the
Advancement of Colored
People.
After learning of the
modern-day trafficking
of human lives in prosti-
tution, Mr. Morris sold
his business and set out
to raise awareness of the
ongoing tragedy.
"I couldn't look my
See NAACP, Al 3


you have enough paying member-
ships to pay for the scholarships,"
the chief executive officer said.
"We usually have a 70/30 percent
ratio. Unfortunately with the
demographics of Holly Hill, that
70/30 is upside down in Holly
Hill."
Ms. Rogers said from Jan. 1 to
April 30, the Holly Hill Y made
about $50,000, but spent about
$87,000. It has 922 units, family or
individual memberships. The Fla-


gler County Family Repairs and
YMCA, Palm Coast, Quality crow
recently closed due W,
to similar financial
losses. 3
Ms. Rogers said P a ,
Jim McCroskey, ' 8 s
city manager, and "L Aross tha
she are discussing ways
to keep the Holly Hill facility open.
The city commission and the not-
for-profit's board of directors
would have to approve any deal


they
reach. The Y rents its
1046 Daytona Ave. facility from the


See YMCA, Al 1


Grace Academy founders retire


By John Bozzo
For Hometown News
ORMOND BEACH -
Grace Academy closed the
books on 30 years of history
with this year's graduating
class.
Jim and Judy Mudrey
retired from the school they
founded and operated and
where they performed
every job over the years,
from cleaning to adminis-


tration.
But most of all, they
taught children there.
"If I can turn on the light,
for a little guy or girl in first
grade, about reading, it's
like giving them a gift that
will last a lifetime," said Jim
Mudrey, who teaches the
younger children.
Judy Mudrey takes over
in sixth, seventh and eight
grades.
"I just love being with


kids and seeing them
learn," she said. "Today a
boy came up to me and
said, 'It was worth doing all
that work, I'm getting it.'"
The Mudreys began their
journey with a sponta-
neous trip here in 1979
while visiting family in
Central Florida, from their
previous home in Pennsyl-
vania, where they taught at
Slipper Rock University.
An acquaintance from


Ormond Beach had
described this city as "a
paradise."
The couple had only
planned a daytrip, but a
rainstorm kept them here
overnight.
They never left.
Judy began teaching ele-
mentary school in the pub-
lic school system and they
took over a school supply
See FOUNDERS, A4


Volusia County officials talk 'sustainability'


BRITISH INVASION


By John Bozzo
For Hometown News


DAYTONA BEACH -
Roughly 80 people met at
Daytona Beach Interna-
tional Airport on May 26 to
brainstorm ideas about sus-
tainability.
It's the newest buzzword


in environmental planning.
"Sustainability means
using natural resources to
meet today's needs without
jeopardizing the ability of
future generations to meet
their needs," said Carey
Hayo.
She should know. Her
title is sustainability direc-


tor with the Orlando con-
sulting firm AECOM. The
firm is getting $100,000
from a U.S. Department of
Energy grant to help Volusia
officials develop a sustain-
ability plan.
Key sustainability issues
include how Volusia County
can use less energy, less gas


and less water, Ms. Hayo
said.
"It could be big source or
small, anything from a rain
barrel in your backyard to
another water source for
Volusia County," Ms. Hayo
said.
Participants included
representatives from every


department of Volusia
County government, along
with invited community
stakeholders.
"This is about building
sustainability in Volusia
County that will keep our
county green and move us
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Nicholas Gurucharri of the Daytona Beach Police Department was
recently named Volusia County law enforcement officer of the year
by Crimestoppers of Northeast Florida.


Daytona Beach cop

honored by Crimestoppers
By Patrick McCallister cer of the Year.
For Hometown News "I'm used to being a leader," he
said. "I've been a leader all my life. I
DAYTONA BEACH - Nicholas try to lead by example. There's no call
Gurucharri never thought about I've ever gone to that was too ugly,
being a cop, until a friend suggested too small, or too big to wrap my
he try it a few years ago. Turned out, hands around."
he's a good one. Officer Gurucharri was one of 19
"He has a very keen sixth sense for nominees from Flagler, Putnam, St.
police work, said Chief Michael Johns and Volusia counties. A law-
"Mike" Chitwood. "He doesn't just enforcer from each county received
take a report and leave the job. He's the honor. Volusia had 13 nominees.
very tenacious." Officer Gurucharri started with the
Crime Stoppers of Northeast Flori- Daytona Beach Police in 2007. The
da recently honored Officer
Gurucharri as Volusia County's Offi- See COP, A12







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million to local charities


For Hometown News
Volnews@hometownnewsol.com
The UnitedWay ofVolusia-Flagler Coun-
ties' board of directors voted May 23 to
approve $1.44 million in funding for 58
programs through 36 partner agencies.
The funds were raised during the United
Way's annual fundraising campaign.
United Way of Volusia-Flagler Counties
is this region's most comprehensive health
and human service umbrella organization.
United Way donations are the largest sin-
gle source of funding for local non-profit
agencies, with the exception of local, state
and federal governments.

Funded Programs
Essential Services: These programs pro-
vide for basic needs, which include food,
clothing and emergency shelter. $549,600
or 34 percent.
Critical Services: These programs pro-


vide services for crisis support, such as
maintaining or obtaining employment,
crisis medical care and crisis mental
health services. $545,300 or 34 percent.
Treatment and Residential Services:
These programs provide ongoing services
for substance abuse, health, mental
health, disabilities and support. $271,600
or 17 percent.
Prevention, Education and Recreational
Services: These programs provide services
with long-term outcomes relating to pre-
vention, education, recreation and out-
reach. $241,000 or 15 percent.
The allocation process is controlled by
volunteers. This year, more than 60 com-
munity volunteers took part in the
process, which included touring agencies,
interviewing staff, reviewing financial doc-
uments and analyzing outcomes.
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Foster kids face tough odds


when they reach adulthood


By John Bozzo
For Hometown News
DAYTONA BEACH -
Tyiesha Everett did not have
to dread her 18th birthday
like many foster children
do. Even though she has
"aged out" of the system,
she still has a place to live,
will go to college and has a
bright future.
"Most of the people living
in foster care aren't as fortu-
nate as I am," said Ms.
Everett, who graduated on
May 28 from Mainland High
School. "I could have
moved out because I was
18, but I like my family. I've
been here half my life."
Now that she has gradu-
ated and aged out of the
foster care system, Ms.
Everett faces the challenge
of becoming self-sufficient.
Her plans include studying
sociology, first at Santa Fe
College and then at the Uni-
versity of Florida.
A state Road to Indepen-
dence program will pay for


her college tuition and pro-
vide a $1,256 monthly
stipend to help with college
expenses.
As she moves on, her fos-
ter family will continue to
provide support. Everett
plans to return to that foster
home during college holi-
days.
"I'll be going to college
from here," she said.
Ms. Everett has a solid
foundation to move ahead
with continued support
from her foster family. For
the other nearly 30,000
youngsters in this country
who age out of the foster
care system every year, the
challenges are more diffi-
cult.
Six of every 10 men who
age out of foster care com-
mit a crime, according to
national studies. Three of
four women become preg-
nant and need public assis-
tance.
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to a poor outcome as they
attempt to become a self-
sufficient adult. Roughly
half of children aged out of
foster care reunite with
their families. Some live
with other relatives, are
adopted or have a guardian.
But others lose the mentor-
ing of an adult caregiver.
"That's where the prob-
lem is," said Jo Lynn Deal,
spokeswoman for the Com-
munity Partnership for
Children.
The partnership oversees
child protection for Volusia,
Flagler and Putnam coun-
ties. Roughly 50 children
age out of foster care every
year in the three-county
area.
"They have got to have a
lot of independence and
self-discipline to manage
their lives," Deal said. "The
resources available in a tra-
ditional family are just not
available to them."
Community Partnership
for Children does not main-
tain data on crime or preg-
nancies in former foster
children. But education sta-
tistics show an improve-
ment. In 2010-2011, 93 per-
cent were in school, or
received a high school
diploma or GED, compared
to 70 percent in 2008-09.
The partnership offers
classes to teach foster chil-
dren the skills they need to
See FOSTER, A9



Correction
In a photo caption that
ran with a story called
"Cooperstown, here we
come" in the May 27 issue of
the Hometown News, two
names were spelled incor-
rectly. The correct spellings
are Logan Silvernail and
Trevor Vanyo. We apologize
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Going back in time to Sebastian Inlet


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DAN SMITH

Irode along with the Ormond Beach
Historical Society's Discovery Days
bus tour May 18 to Melbourne and
Sebastian Inlet.
Our first stop was the Rossetter
House Museum and Gardens in Eau
Gallie. The house was built in 1908 in
the old section of Melbourne. These
days, it is the centerpiece of the Eau
Gallie Arts District, a revitalized area of
quaint shops and restaurants.
The Rossetter House presented a
nice glimpse of life in Florida's early
years, but I was most impressed by the
gardens. Huge bird-of-paradise plants
with their white flowers framed the
rear of the house, and there I saw my
first monkey-puzzle tree. The plant
towers at least 60 feet with long,
strange-looking limbs that appear to
end in a burst of needles.
The tour took lunch at a rustic
waterfront cafe called Squid Lips. The
view of the Indian River was great, and
the seafood was served up in generous
portions.
From there, it was a short walk to the
Arts District and a visit to Mather's
Cake Shop, where tour members were
given scrumptious samples of fine
pastries.
My true reason for being on the tour
was the last stop at Sebastian Inlet.
Long one of my favorite saltwater
playgrounds, the inlet remains one of
the least disturbed in all of Florida.
In 1968,1 I happened upon a stretch
of beach where the fishermen were
standing almost elbow-to-elbow for
more than a mile. I didn't have time to
stop then, but I filed that sight away
for future use.
Jump ahead to 1977 when my
fishing buddies and I were hoisting a
few beers and planning our next trip.
Wondering where we might go to
avoid civilization, I was reminded of
Sebastian Inlet. Within weeks, we were
there and launching my boat at
Honest John's Fish Camp.
John's was the kind of old fish camp
that helped provide Florida with the
character that so easily transferred to
postcards. We loved the place and


returned for eight consecutive years.
Once our kids were born, my wife,
Lana, and I would go there at least
once each winter.
Sometime in the 1990s, I met
Suzanne Heddy, who shared my
enthusiasm for all things historical.
She and I became fast friends, and
when I found out that Honest John's
Fish Camp was her family's ancestral
home, I was floored.
The members of the tour were met
by Suzanne's cousin Barbara Arthur,
who proceeded to give us an excellent
account of life in
the old pioneer
cracker house i'
(circa 1899) that . -
still stands on
the grounds.
The place is a
delight with
packing house,
barn and one
horse sugar
mill still
intact. At one
point, I stood
at the boat
ramp and
looked across the
bay to where my now-
grown children waded for clams
as soon as they could walk.
I also discovered that Barbara
Arthur is someone famous to me.
Back in the '80s, I was a contribu-
tor and subscriber to Florida's
premiere fishing magazine, The


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Photos courtesy of Carolyn Boggs
Florida Sportsman. Barbara was
usually mentioned in each issue
because she held most of the trout-
fishing records that I coveted.
Thanks to Bonda Garrison, Suzanne
and OBHS President Pat Sample for
their great work in organizing the trip.
The tours are scheduled to resume in
the fall.
Until then, the Historical Society
runs the Ormond Beach Scenic Loop
Tour a couple of times a month. Give
Suzanne a call at (386) 677-7005 to get
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Founders
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business.
While visiting Grace Com-
munity Church for a recom-
mendation on a babysitter,
the pastor asked if the
Mudreys wanted to start a
school at the church, which
had a pre-kindergarten
class.
Classes began in 1981 for
children up to second
grade. Eventually, Judy left
the public school system to
join the fledgling school
and they added a grade
every year. This year, Grace
Academy, located on West
Granada Boulevard just
east of Clyde Morris Boule-
vard, had 89 students in
grades kindergarten
through eight.
No more than 15 stu-
dents per teacher are
allowed in classes.
On a recent afternoon,
Jim Mudrey greeted chil-
dren by name as they left
school.
"You get to know all of


them," he said. "It's really
like family."
Judy Mudrey echoed her
love of the family atmos-
phere at the small, non-
denominational Christian
school.
"We get to know every-
one," she said.
In addition to family, the
Mudreys stress an old-fash-
ioned approach to educa-
tion with hard work and
high expectations. Students
in sixth grade write an
autobiography. An autobi-
ography they really write,
in longhand, not typed on a
computer.
"It's about setting stan-
dards," Judy Mudrey said.
"If we expect it, we usually
get it, if it's within the limits
of the children."
Mary Nicole Weedo, 17,
said she received a strong
foundation from the
Mudreys while attending
Grace Academy from
kindergarten through 8th
grade. Mary recently gradu-
ated as salutatorian of her
class at Seabreeze High
School and received an


associate of arts degree
from Daytona State Col-
lege. She plans to attend
Rollins College in Winter
Park.
"They really cared about
us there," Mary said. "I did-
n't like it at the time
because it was a lot of work,
but now I can look back
and say it really benefited
me."
Mary said she enjoyed
annual Grace Academy
class field trips overnight to
a campground in the Ocala
area. In her later years at
Grace Academy, she said
Judy Mudrey became "like
my second mom."
"I learned how to study
there," Mary said. "There
was so much work to do, I
kind of had to be an over-
achiever. It carried over
into high school."
Anne Lunsford put her
two children at Grace Acad-
emy three years ago.
They're now in 2nd and 4th
grade.
"I was looking for a more
private environment for my
kids," Ms. Lunsford said. "I


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was impressed with how
much they (the Mudreys)
cared. It was absolutely a
mission to them."
Grace Academy is strong
academically, ethically and
morally, she said.
"They're so impressive,"


Ms. Lunsford said. "They're
such caring people. No
child is more important
than another child."
Nearly 200 people hon-
ored the Mudreys with a
surprise party at Halifax
Plantation on May 22.


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The Mudreys credit part
of their success to being
their own board members.
There was never any
church politics to deal with
and the couple paid off the
$300,000 cost of the school
building from tuition,
which is now $4,995 per
student.
Retirement plans for the
Mudreys include moving to
Jacksonville to be near one
of their daughters. They
have five children and 10
grandchildren.
Christian Dickinson, an
Ormond Beach resident
and educational consultant
who owns Digitool Nation,
will take over Grace Acade-
my. He has 20 years of
experience in public
schools. He also has three
children who attend Grace
Academy.
"The Mudreys have done
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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

*Sandra Wilder Cuevas,
27, of 1049 Brentwood
Drive, Apt. 611, Daytona
Beach, was arrested on May
21 on charges of criminal
mischief. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Djornet Lakeisha
Roundtree, 24, of 562 Eldo-
rado St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested on May 21 on
charges of grand theft. Bail
was set at $5,000.
*Carl H. Lotze, 39, of 100
Bent Tree Blvd., No. 15, Apt.
224, Daytona Beach, was
arrested on May 21 on
charges of aggravated
domestic violence assault
with a firearm. Bail was not
set.
*Wileetha L. Robinson, 19,
of 512 Colfax Drive, Daytona
Beach, was arrested on May
22 on charges of grand theft.
Bail was set at $3,000.
*Rebecca 0. Pinckney, 62,
of 939 Berkshire, Daytona
Beach, was arrested on May
22 on charges of battery on a
law enforcement officer.
Bail was set at $4,250.
*Brittani Elaine Gordon,
20, of 939 Berkshire Road,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed on May 22 on charges of
false imprisonment and
battery on a law enforce-
ment officer. Bail was not
set.
*Deandre Ladale Peter-
son, 22, of 780 Kentucky St.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed on May 22 on charges of
sale and delivery of cocaine
within 1,000 feet of a house
of worship. Bail was set at
$50,000.
*Keith Carl Grinstead, 33,
of 117 S. Grandview Ave.,
No. 2, Daytona Beach, was
arrested on May 22 on
charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at


$1,500.
*Herbert Laron Pinckney,
39, of 939 Berkshire Road,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed on May 22 on charges of
false imprisonment, battery
on a law enforcement officer
and resisting arrest with vio-
lence. Bail was not set.
*David Jerrod White, 37, of
1201 Madison Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested on May
23 on charges of possession
of a firearm by a felon and
aggravated assault. Bail was
set at $5,000.
*Maureen A. Falardeau,
44, of 212 Goodall Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested on
May 24 on charges of threat-
ening to place a destructive
device. Bail was set at
$5,000.
*Nicholle E Titus, 28, of
121 Harney St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested on May
24 on charges of possession
of cocaine. Bail was not set.
*Maurice James Moore,
19, of 1042 Sheridan Road,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed on May 24 on charges of
possession of marijuana
and a scheduled IV sub-
stance with intent to sell.
Bail was set at $10,000.
*Anthony Bernard Lee Jr,
33, of 636 Willie Drive, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested on
May 24 on charges of pos-
session of marijuana with
intent to sell. Bail was set at
$10,000.
*Ty Paul Ballee, 19, of 843
N. Halifax Ave., No. 2, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested on
May 24 on charges of pos-
session of cannabis with
intent to sell. Bail was set at
$1,000.
*Lamarvin Virgil Williams
Jr., 25, of 368 Walnut St.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed on May 24 on charges of
sale of cocaine within 1,000
feet of a house of worship.
Bail was set at $25,000.
*Jason Thomas Szabo, 31,
of 100 Seabreeze Blvd., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested on
May 24 on charges of aggra-
vated battery. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*Freddie Lee Riley, 18, of
235 S. Franklin St., Daytona


Beach, was arrested on May
25 on charges of burglary of
an unoccupied structure.
Bail was set at $25,000.
*Charles Jason Massengill,
24, of 1401 S. Clyde Morris
Blvd., Daytona Beach, was
arrested on May 25 on
charges of child neglect. Bail
was set at $2,500.
*Robert Emmet Miller, 35,
of 1327 S. Ridgewood Ave.,
No. 106, Daytona Beach,
was arrested on May 25 on
charges of aggravated bat-
tery. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Brenda Gayle Sapp, 63, of
1429 Margina Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested on May
26 on charges of insurance
fraud and grand theft. Bail
was set at $15,003.
*Wanda Marie Bratcher,
26, of 331 S. Palmetto Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed on May 26 on charges of
possession of cocaine. Bail
was set at $1,500.
*Clarence G. Johnson, 18,
of 839 Berkshire Drive, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested on
May 26 on charges of
attempted home invasion
and robbery. Bail was not
set.
*Antonio Lee Bradley, 30,
of 740 Bethune St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested on May
26 on charges of habitually
driving with a revoked
license. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Danny Cam, 39, of 780
Kentucky St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested on May
26 on charges of possession
of cocaine and cannabis
with intent to sell within
1,000 feet of a school. Bail
was set at $15,500.
*Adrian Remon Davis, 19,
of 1058 Libby Court, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested on
May 26 on charges of aggra-
vated assault with a firearm.
Bail was set at $5,000.
*Terrance Lashaun Wiley,
20, of 1616 N. Patrick Circle,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed on May 26 on charges of
battery on a law enforce-
ment officer, possession of
cannabis with intent to dis-
tribute and possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at


$13,500.
*Reginald Charles Wright,
38, of 1068 Amanda Road,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed on May 26 on charges of
corruption by threatening a
public official. Bail was not
set.
*Franciso Dingui, 31, of
395 Bill France, No. 68, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested on
May 26 on charges of deal-
ing in stolen property and
false verification to a pawn-
broker. Bail was set at
$3,000.
*Charlise F Burson, 26, of
227 Walnut St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested on May
27 on charges of domestic
aggravated battery. Bail was
not set.
*David Tyrone Stokes, 37,
of 1033 Cedar Highland
Blvd., Daytona Beach, was
arrested on May 27 on
charges of possession of
cocaine, oxycodone and
alprazolam. Bail was set at
$3,000.
*Brian Keith Allen, 21, of
612 S. Keech St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested on May
27 on charges of possession
of cocaine and marijuana
with intent to sell. Bail was
set at $20,500.
*Joseph Edward Keniston,
45, of 411 Wild Olive, No. 8,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed on May 27 on charges of
aggravated battery with a
deadly weapon. Bail was set
at $6,250.
*Charles Walter Maxwell,
43, of 606 Cannon St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested on
May 27 on charges of pos-
session of cocaine. Bail was
set at $1,500.

Ormond Beach
Police Department

*Nicholas Robert Cefalo,
28, of 582 Cameo St.,
Ormond Beach, was arrest-
ed on May 26 on charges of
unarmed burglary of an
unoccupied structure. Bail
was not set.

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Birth Date: May 4, 1976
Distinguishing features:
Tattoo on left shoulder
Reason wanted: Failure of
a sex offender to properly
register
Last known location:
Ormond Beach

Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is seek-
ing information on the
whereabouts of Michael
Allen Fuhrman, 35. Cur-
rently on probation,
Fuhrman has been con-
victed in the past of
attempted lewd and las-
civious assault on a child
and failure of a sex offend-
er to properly register. On
May 11, a judge issued an
arrest warrant for
Fuhrman accusing him of
violating the terms and
conditions of his proba-
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Fuhrman's last known
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Fuhrman
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Fuhrman is 6-feet tall and
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and has brown hair and
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Thanks to all servicemen and women

As we remember those who have given all in the service of
our country, please remember three of our locals who have
joined them: Master Sgt. Tara Brown, Army Specialist Keith
Buzinski and Army Specialist Marc Whisenat. Thank God
for people like this and the families that raised them.
May God bless all who honorably serve/served whenev-
er/wherever at great sacrifice to themselves and their fami-
lies.

Take the lead

It would be nice if Florida, for once, would take the lead in
positive reforms.
Too often, we seem to move ahead only after everyone
else has long since done so.
The issue of holding public school teachers accountable
is a case in point. Several states have already proposed or
passed laws to overhaul or eliminate tenure.
Some time ago, President Obama said, "It is time to start
regarding good teachers and stop making excuses for the
bad ones."
We agree, and it is time for our state legislators to take
action.

Buy Florida orange juice

Considering the abundance of Florida's orange groves,
why do some brands of orange juice contain juice from far-
away places, where sanitation standards might not meet
ours? Orange juice made only from Florida oranges gets my
vote and earns my purchase.

We can't keep spending this way

Federal education spending is growing at a dangerous
rate. The reality is that Washington cannot continue to dou-
ble and triple the budgets for government programs.
Even the modest Republican reforms would still leave
these programs at near record levels.
Historically low SAT scores and the increasing number of
failing public schools show that more money doesn't mean
student achievement.
Since 2005, SAT scores have dropped in math, writing and
spelling.

Still pouring money into the post office

Unbelievable as it may seem, our post office has awarded
the postal union a four-year contract with a 3.5 percent
wage increase, plus a cost-of-living raise starting after 2012.
For decades, the post office has been drowning in red ink.
For decades, the politicians have voted to bail them out.
Post office management continues to plod along and will
not change unless the politicians change it. It may be time
to change the politicians we elect.


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Deangelo Howard, 16, of
* Mainland High School
reads a poem entitled 'My
Grandmother's Day'
during the International
Festival at Bethune Point
Park in Daytona Beach
recently. Mr. Howard is
one of the student art
winners of a contest
sponsored by the Daytona
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Links, Inc. a volunteer
service organization of
women who are commit-
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and economic survival of
African Americans and
other persons of African
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Notes Landscaping tour offered


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nament will be held at 8:30 p.m., Sat-
urday, June 11, at Riverbend Golf
Course, 730 Airport Road, Ormond
Beach.
The association is a non-profit, 100
percent volunteer run, self-funded
program that offers an opportunity to
some 300 area kids to participate in
football and cheerleading activities.
The main goal of this year's tourna-
ment is to raise additional funds to
provide multiple fee waivers and
Pride Pack scholarships to those who
would otherwise be unable to partici-
pate.
This is a four-person scramble for-
mat.
The cost is $75 per player or $300
per team.
The deadline for entry is June 3.
For more information, e-mail
aaronphillips@cfl.rr.com, call (386)
299-9540 or visit
www.obpopwarner.com.

Italian American
Club to meet

The Italian American Club of
Ormond Beach will meet at 7 p.m.,
Saturday, June 4, at Jackie Robinson
Ballpark on Beach Street, Daytona
Beach for a ballgame and fireworks.
Tickets are $6 for seniors and chil-
dren and $7 for adults. If interested,
call (386) 677-6704.

Low-cost pet shot
clinics planned

There will be three lower cost pet
shot clinics sponsored by the Society
for the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani-
mals. The clinics will be from 9:30 to
11:30 a.m., Saturday, June 4, at the
Holly Hill Dog Park, Alabama Ave.,
Holly Hill; and from 1:30 to 3 p.m. at
Mr. Petman, 2400 S. Ridgewood Ave.,
South Daytona. Also on Sunday June 5
from 10:30a.m. to 1 p.m., a clinic will
be held at the Port Orange Flea and
Farmers Market, 5013 S. Ridgewood
Ave., Port Orange.
This a cash only clinic. The clinic is
open to everyone, no appointment
needed.
For more information, call (386)
748-8993.

Rep. Costello to hold
town hall meeting

State Representative Fred Costello
(R-Ormond Beach), will hold a town
hall meeting to present the accom-
plishments of the 2011 legislative ses-
sion and receive feedback from his
constituency.
The meetingwill be held at 7 p.m.,
Tuesday, June 7, in the Ormond Beach
City Commission Chambers,22 S.
Beach St.
Each meeting is expected to last
until 8:30 p.m. Representative Costel-
lo will make remarks before opening
up to public questions and com-
ments.
Topics will include:
*Fiscal Year 2011-2012 Budget
*Student Success Act
* Growth Management Reform
*State Economic Development Initia-
tives
*"Pill Mill" Reform
* Public Pension Reform
* Proposed Constitutional Amend-
ments


The Florida Native Plant Society
Pawpaw Chapter will hold a fundrais-
er tour, "Landscaping with Natives,"
on Saturday, June 11.
The tour will feature eight selected
residential landscapes and will be
divided into morning and afternoon
sessions. The morning tour (9 a.m. to
noon) will include four homes
in the Ponce Inlet- Port Orange area,
with a stop at Full Moon Natives Nurs-
ery.
The afternoon session (1 to 4 p.m.)
will include four homes in the
Ormond area, with a stop at Green
Winters Nursery.
The tour booklet is the "ticket," and
will also include individual home-
owners bios, photos, and directions.
Tour participants will have a chance
to walk and talk with individual
homeowners' as they share their suc-
cesses at incorporating native plants
in their landscapes.
A limited quantity of tour tickets
will be on sale and can be purchased
at the following nurseries: Full Moon
Natives in Port Orange, Green Winters
Nursery in Ormond Beach and Lind-
ley's Nursery in New Smyrna Beach.
For more information, call (386)
690-1797.

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.
Monday, June 6.
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 sliding-
fee scale.
For more information, call (386)
323-3575.

Veteran's Memorial Bridge
meeting scheduled

Volusia County's Public Works
Department will hold a public hearing
from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 7, to
discuss plans to replace the Veterans
Memorial Bridge, also known as the
Orange Avenue bridge. The meeting
will be in the City Island Recreation
Center, 110 E. Orange Ave., Daytona
Beach.
Residents may view maps and
materials from 5:30 to 6 p.m. Mem-
bers of the project team will discuss
the county's preferred alternative,
which is to replace the existing bridge
with a high-level fixed bridge, at 6
p.m. Afterward, community members
may express their views about the
location, conceptual design and
effects of the project.
The hearing is part of a project
development and environmental
study being conducted by the coun-
ty's consultant, E.C. Driver and Asso-
ciates. The purpose of the study is to
review alternatives and choose a
viable, cost-effective solution that is
eligible for federal funding and mini-
mizes impacts to the environment
and community.
Project documents are available for
public viewing through June 17, at the
Daytona Beach Regional Library - City
Island, 105 E. Magnolia Ave.
For more information, visit veter-
ansmemorialbridge.com.


Learn about
healthy breakfasts

The Food and Nutrition Services
Department at Florida Hospital
Memorial Medical Center will hold an
informative seminar to learn about
healthy power breakfasts to get the day
started on the right track. The event
will be held at7:30 p.m., Thursday,
June 9, at Florida Hospital Memorial
Medical Center, Medical Office Build-
ing, 305 Memorial Medical Parkway in
Daytona Beach.
A heart healthy breakfast will be
provided. Admission is free but seating
is limited. To make a reservation, call
(866) 328-6417.

Prepare for emergencies

DisAbility Solutions will hold a
"Resolve to be Ready" Emergency
Planning for persons with disabilities,
their caregivers and families from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m., Friday, June 10, at the
Volusia County Health Department,
1845 Holsonback Road, Daytona
Beach.
Registration is required. For more
information, call (386) 255-1812 or e-
mail info@dsil.org.

'Wine Down' benefits OBHS

The Ormond Beach Historical Soci-
ety will hold a "Wine Down," from 5:30
to 7:30 p.m., Friday, June 17, at the
Anderson-Price Memorial Building, 42
N. Beach St., Ormond Beach.
Admission is $25 per person, which
includes two complimentary drinks
and hors d'oeuvres.
Gailforce will provide musical enter-
tainment.
Tickets are available at the MacDon-
ald House, 38 E. Granada Blvd.,
Ormond Beach, by phone at (386) 677-
7005, or tickets may be purchased at
the door.
Proceeds benefit the historical socie-
ty. www.OrmondHistory.org.

White Cane Awareness
'Walk & Roll' slated

Florida Lions Conklin Center for the
Blind will hold its annual White Cane
Awareness 'Walk & Roll' Saturday, June
11, to raise money for training and sup -
port services for children and adults
who are blind with additional disabili-
ties.
Registration opens at 7 a.m. at the
Center at 405 White St., Daytona
Beach. The walk begins promptly at 8
a.m. The Ormond by the Sea Lions
Club will serve a pancake breakfast for
$4 per plate from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m., and
the Volusia County Lions will conduct
free diabetes screenings.
Although registration is free, walkers
are encouraged to collect sponsorship
donations. Walkers who raise or
donate $20 or more receive a free event
T-shirt.

Redistricting meeting planned

The Volusia County Council will
hold a special meeting with the Volusia
County School Board at 9 a.m., Mon-
day, June 6, in room 204 of the court-
house, at 125 W New York Ave.,
DeLand.
The two elected bodies will discuss
concept maps to be used for redistrict-
ing the county. The public is invited,
but there will be no public participa-
tion.
For more information, call (386)
736-5920, Ext. 2603.










Non-profits should learn lesson from failures TH


of the Community Cultural Foundation \ E4AI rN


The failed partnership
between the Commu-
nity Cultural Founda-
tion and Daytona State
College that resulted in a
$1.5-million loss, con-
tributed to the firing of the
college's president and
ruined the community's
historic partnership with
the London Symphony
Orchestra, has also deeply
wounded a number of local
nonprofits.
We have heard on more
than one occasion from
several nonprofit leaders,of
a perceived violation of
public trust and how the
entire CCF incident has left
them with a devastating
decline in corporate
sponsors, individual donors
and volunteers. Board
members have expressed a
reluctance to approach
donors due to the continu-
ing bad publicity surround-
ing the CCE The majority of
our nonprofit clients are
deeply hurt that the people
they serve have been
affected. The public needs
to be reassured that this is
NOT a problem endemic to
all local nonprofits. It was
the consequence of poorly
planned community
partnerships and a textbook
case of mismanagement.
In the wake of the contin-
ued fallout, the $1.5 million
question is, "Will local
nonprofits and community
leaders learn from this
calamity?"
As professional consult-
ants for local nonprofit
organizations impacted by
the domino effect set in
motion by these events, we
say "Absolutely!"


Sustain
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forward in the 21st century,"
said Pat Northey, County
Council vice chair.
Participants at the work-
shop broke up into smaller
groups to brainstorm ideas,
then relayed their discus-
sion to the overall group.
Leonard Marion, Volusia
County solid waste director,
talked about expanding


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It will however, require
nonprofits and community
leaders to dig down deep
and ask some tough ques-
tions such as, "Is it wise to
assume that having legal
and financial professionals
on a board ensures compli-
ance with financial proce-
dures?" Board members
should ask themselves,
"How much personal
responsibility and liability
are we willing to shoulder
for any oversights?"
The reason it is para-
mount that our community
leaders learn from this
"teachable moment" is that
many of the board members
for local nonprofits are in
fact community leaders and
therefore, key decision
makers within the nonprofit
organization. One of the
many lessons to be learned
from this trail of tears is that
hiring and promotion
practices are the first course
in due diligence. Bench-
marks in the nonprofit's
best practices, governance
policies and accountability
procedures must not only
be adopted, but executed.
Nonprofit leaders and
board members should
familiarize themselves with
not only state laws, but the
provisions of the Sarbanes-
Oxley Act
(www.soxlaw.com), as some
are applicable to nonprofit
organizations. In fact, we


recycling and composting.
"Our action plan is to
maximize the life of the
landfill," he said. "We have
until about 2045 out there."
One group suggested
using borrow pits as reser-
voirs and re-using all storm-
water runoff for irrigation.
Another group proposed
limiting impermeable sur-
faces that prevent rainwater
from seeping into the
ground to recharge the
underground water supply.


"When you put in a new
building, you have to put in
new parking, why does that
parking have to be paved?"
said J. Anthony Abbott, Stet-
son University associate
professor of geography and
environmental science.
Dona deMarsh, opera-
tions manager for Volusia
County, expressed outrage
that most carrots travel
more than 1,800 miles to
store shelves.
"We should teach our


recommend The Sarbanes-
Oxley Act and Implications
for Nonprofit Organiza-
tions, a publication by
www.boardsource.org and
www.indep endentsector.org
be included in every
nonprofit's orientation
manual. Focusing on
rebuilding public trust, the
Sarbanes-Oxley Act was
passed in 2002 in response
to numerous notorious
financial scandals involving
companies such as Enron.
The public has a vested
interest in any nonprofit's
financial structure, yet the
responsibility for scrutiny of
financial practices has fallen
victim to personal agendas
and grandiose marketing
schemes.
In order for our local
nonprofits to either estab-
lish or rebuild public trust,
continuing education is a
vital component. One of
the best resources in the
state available to nonprofits
is the Florida Association of
Nonprofit Organizations,
often referred to as FANO.
In addition to being the
flagship professional
association for Florida
nonprofits, FANO is a leader
in nonprofit education and
training, offering Sunshine
Certification: Florida
Certificate in Nonprofit
Management (CNM). This
certification program has
been in place for 16 years
and is endorsed by Nova
Southeastern University
and Broward College.
There are three essential
points we always stress to
our nonprofit clients: 1)
Adherence to state laws and
federal laws such as the


Sarbanes-Oxley Act, by
nonprofit employees and
board members, is impera-
tive. If a nonprofit needs
guidance in understanding
whether or not they are
compliant, they should
consult with their legal
counsel; 2) Credentialing
and membership with a
state or nationally recog-
nized professional nonprof-
it association such as FANO
is advantageous on a
number of levels; and 3)
Education, education,
education! Continuing
education only serves to
further enhance an organi-
zation's credibility. All
nonprofits should have
initial and annual training
for staff, board members
and volunteers, performed
by qualified professionals.
We also highly recommend
the CNM certification
offered by FANO. An
overview of the continuing
education and CNM
program can be found at
www.fano.org, along with
information on the benefits
of becoming a member.
Our desire as consultants
and members of the
community is for local
nonprofits and community
leaders to learn from this
tragedy and begin rebuild-
ing healthy and productive
partnerships.

Hillary Robbins and Vickie
Brannen are Principal
Consultants and owners of
Intuitive Resources Associ-
ates, LLC, of Ormond Beach
and can be reached at
intuitiveresources@gmail.co
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ch, a manufacturer of all-
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state-funded program that
provides free technical
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nesses.
Founder and Chief Tech-
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succeed, such as how to
organize a checking
account and handle credit.
But the programs have
suffered from budget cuts,
as have so many state pro-
grams. Ms. Deal said the
Community Partnership for
Children is doing its best to
cope with a $1.3-million
funding shortfall by econo-
mizing, fund-raising and
sometimes receiving help
from corporate sponsors.
"One reason why chil-
dren struggle is education
before they came into care,"
Ms. Deal said. "If they've
had a tough situation, their
education might have suf-
fered."
Ms. Everett said her
grades were always good,
but she took school more
seriously after moving in


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A part of the Florida Eco-
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GrowFL was created in 2009
by the Florida Legislature
and is based at the Universi-
ty of Central Florida in
Orlando. GrowFL will sup-
port Mediatech through a
number of services, includ-
ing access to market
research and technology,
strategy analysis, CEO
roundtables and forums,
database research and web-
site optimization.
For more information
about Mediatech, visit
www.gomediatech.com.

CVB provides free
"tourism snapshot"
presentations
The Daytona Beach Area
Convention and Visitors
Bureau is offering tourism


with her foster family.
"I didn't really think about
anything seriously before I
came here," Everett said in
the dining area of her foster
home.
When Ms. Everett was
young, her mother was
arrested for selling drugs.
Ms. Everett was sent to a
group home while her two
sisters and brother were
sent to another. At age 9,
she went to a foster home
with someone she knew, a
woman who knew her birth
mother, someone she
already considered an
"aunt."
"I was happy to go to peo-
ple I knew and get out of the
group home," Ms. Everett
said. "It was great to be in a
family setting."
Gwen Tongkam, Ms.
Everett's foster mother, sim-
ply introduces herself as
"Tyiesha's mother."
"State support stopped


speakers to local clubs and
organizations.
Speaking topics run from
a 10-minute "snapshot
update" to longer presenta-
tions on the status of the
hospitality industry, collec-
tion and use of the Conven-
tion Development Tax (bed
tax), countywide tourism
promotion efforts, and resi-
dents-only promotions.
Handouts include the new
area-wide Visitors Guide,
"Tourism Matters" paddle
fans, "Stuck on Daytona
Beach" bumper stickers and
more.
To book a speaking
engagement, contact Camp-
bell Baker at lcb@dayton-
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For more information on
the Daytona Beach Area
Convention and Visitors
Bureau, call (386) 255-0415
or visit www.dayton-
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when Tyiesha was 18, but
life didn't change for her
because we were still here
for her," Ms. Tongkam said.
Ms. Everett was a perfect
fit in the foster family, a
daughter for Ms. Tongkam
and her husband, a sister
for their two other children.
"She's been great," Ms.
Tongkam said. "Tyiesha has
not been a problem from
day one. Her academics are
outstanding. She does her
chores. We appreciate her.
She's been a real asset to our
family."
Tongkam is confident of a
good future for Ms. Everett,
despite the odds against
youths who age out of foster
care.
"Tyiesha is going to be a
nice, productive young
lady," she said.
And, Ms. Tongkam adds,
her family will still "be here"
for as long as she needs.


Public relations
association names
'Great Communicator'
Kathy Catron, president of
Write Result, has been
named 2011 Great Commu-
nicator by the Volusia/Fla-
gler Chapter of the Florida
Public Relations Associa-
tion.
She will be honored dur-
ing the chapter's annual
Great Communicator lunch-
eon at 11:15 a.m. Tuesday,
June 14, at Daytona State
College's Cafe 101.
Tickets for the luncheon
are $25 each. Reservations
are required by Friday, June
10 and maybe made by con-
tacting Kent Donahue at
(386) 506-5522 or kdon-
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Budweiser will continue
to serve as both the exclu-
sive official beer sponsor of
Daytona International
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ment sponsor for the Bud-
weiser Shootout following a
multi-year partnership
renewal. As part of the
agreement, Budweiser will
also begin a non-exclusive
promotional partnership
with Homestead-Miami
Speedway in 2012.
Under the terms of the
agreement, Budweiser will
maintain signage rights for
all events at Daytona Inter-
national Speedway includ-
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Budweiser's promotional
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Financial pressure to
change

Historically, Miami Corp
made money from Farmton
through various activities,
including forestry, turpen-
tine production, livestock
and hunting licenses.
Turpentine and livestock
activities ended years ago
and forestry is no longer
viable.
Miami Corp. officials have
come under pressure to
develop the site to produce
income. Offers have been
made to buy parts of the
tract.
This is not the first devel-
opment idea for this vast
property. Previously, Miami
Corp considered the con-
struction of 1,700
"ranchette" homesites from
10 to 25 acres in Volusia and
2,306 sites of five acres in
Brevard. Existing land rules
would have permitted this,
but Mr. Storch lobbied his


client not to build a checker-
board of houses. He felt the
dirt roads and septic tanks
that would have been part of
the project would despoil
the land.
"Of course, it would have
destroyed the wildlife habi-
tat corridor," Mr. Storch
said.
Miami Corp. officials did
not want that kind of legacy,
he said and "gave us a lot of
money to find another way."
Clustering construction
together is the key to
"another way." This allowed
the company to set aside
land in permanent conser-
vation.
"To me, this is the most
important thing I've ever
done," Mr. Storch said. "My
client is taking a tremen-
dous risk, putting all this
land into conservation with
no prospect of development
for decades to come."
Ms. Herrin rejects the
ranchette versus clustering
argument.
"It (4,000) ranchettes
would be far less destructive
than what they're propos-
ing," she said.
A University of Florida


conservation expert said he
believes clustering is gener-
ally a better development
strategy to protect the envi-
ronment, but in this case,
the risk of the ranchettes
may have been overstated.
Miami Corp.'s clustered
developments are too big
and the land set aside for
conservation is too small to
protect a statewide wildlife
corridor, preserve secure
habitat for the Florida black
bear and other sensitive
species, said Tom Hoctor,
director of the Center for
Landscape and Conserva-
tion Planning at the Univer-
sity of Florida GeoPlan Cen-
ter.
"I consider the threat of
ranchette development on
Farmton to be essentially a
straw man argument in an
attempt to make the
landowner's alternative
development proposal that
includes a massive amount
of residential and commer-
cial development spread
across a significant portion
of the property look better
than it is," Mr. Hoctor said.

Housing needs

Mr. Hoctor also doubts a
market would ever exist for
the several thousand
ranchettes that were pro-
posed before rules in both
Volusia and Brevard coun-
ties were massaged to
accommodate Miami
Corp.'s new plan. He
expressed his views in writ-
ing to elected officials in
both Volusia and Brevard
counties.
Local critics assert there's
no demand for the current
project either, especially in
the post-recession econo-
my.
"Nobody has any reason
to believe we're going to
need that many homes here
over any reasonable period,
especially after the Restora-
tion development was
approved," said Don Picard,


president of the Southeast
Volusia Audubon Society.
The proposed Restoration
development, just a little
north of Farmton, could
double the current popula-
tion of 21,225 in Edgewater
by adding 8,500 homes on
5,181 acres during the next
15 years.
In addition to other devel-
opments already approved,
both Volusia and Brevard
counties each have more
than 40,000 vacant housing
units, according to U.S. Cen-
sus records.
"You and I know . . .
(those) ranchettes would
never happen," said Volusia
County Councilman Carl
Persis, one of two who voted
against the Miami Corp.
plan. "They're not going to
find people to live out there.
That would take 200 years."
Mr. Persis said Farmton is
in a "preserved" condition.
"Now, less is going to be
preserved and we're going to
cram some people in some
areas and call it 'smart
growth,' "he said.
Sierra Club of Florida
members filed a lawsuit May
17 to block the Miami Corp.
plan.
"This is what got Florida
into the housing bust," said
Linda Bremer, Sierra Club
Florida Steering Committee
member. "When almost one
in five homes in Florida are
empty, where is the need for
this development?"
Mr. Storch acknowledged
there's no current demand
to build on Farmton, but
defends the clustering strat-
egy and points to Miami
Corp.'s plan to immediately
set aside roughly 40,000
acres for preservation.
Nothing will be built until
the market rebounds, he
said.
"We don't need housing
now," Mr. Storch said. "All
this is, is a plan to encourage
preservation."
Phil Laurien, executive
director of the East Central


Florida Regional Planning
Council, said the housing
market will determine when
the Miami Corp. land is
ready for development.
"They're trying to lock
into some entitlements
now," Mr. Laurien said.
"This is the next generation
of what we expect a town to
look like in Central Florida."
The East Central Florida
Regional Planning Council
has not endorsed or
opposed the plan.
So far, the nitty-gritty
details of the Miami Corp.
plan have not been put for-
ward for review. Future hur-
dles include two Develop-
ment of Regional Impact
studies.
"We didn't see the same
level of detail, so we were
not as comfortable as we
were with Restoration," Mr.


Laurien said.
Edgewater Mayor
Michael L. Thomas declined
to talk about Farmton. He
hunts on the tree farm. But
Thomas expressed pride in
the clustering strategy
design of the proposed
Restoration development.
"As far as I'm concerned,
we're the poster child for the
state of Florida for the way
we did business on this," Mr.
Thomas said.
Restoration sets aside
3,700 of 5,181 acres for con-
servation. Other plans
include energy-efficient
buildings, trolleys, solar
lighting, walking and bicycle
trails. The developer also
promised to create jobs.

Next week: State approval
granted; critics ask where the
water will come from.


YMCA
From page Al
city for $1,000 a month, but
receives no funding. In an
interview, Mr. McCroskey
said Holly Hill has much
motivation to help keep the
YMCA open. It's taken over
many functions of the city's
recreation program.
"They're delivering
around 80 percent of the
services of the previous
recreation department," he
said.
Mayor Roy Johnson said
he doesn't want to see the
YMCA close, but isn't sure
what he'd be willing to do
to prevent it.
"I like the YMCA, because
they're a Christian organi-
zation," he said. "I'm
always in favor of Christian
organizations. But, I have
to do what's best for the
people of the city, not
what's best for the YMCA."
The mayor doesn't use
the YMCA facilities. Com-
mission Donnie Moore's
family does. Mr. Moore said
he's unsure what he'd be
willing to back to keep the
Y in town.
"I can't make a decision
on the basis of whether my
sons lose karate, or my wife
loses her spin class," he
said.
The Holly Hill YMCA
opened in June last year. It
has a 10-year lease that
allows either party to ter-
minate it with 90 days'
notice.
The maximum member-
ship cost is $55 a month,
along with a $25 joining
fee. That's for a family
earning more than $40,000
a year. A child up to age 17
from a home earning less
than $29,999 a year pays
$10 a month, and there's no
joining fee, whereas if the
child is from a home earn-
ing more than $40,000, he
or she would pay $20 a
month. A family earning
less than $29,999 a year


pays $28 a month, along
with the $25 joining fee.
Ms. Rogers said that
according to the 2010 cen-
sus data, the median
household income in Holly
Hill is $28,000 a year. Addi-
tionally, she said that the Y
will not turn away anyone
over money, and some pay
even less than the minimal
membership amount.
"We'll subsidize you as
much as we can," she said.
In addition to member-
ships, YMCA programs
earn money through pro-
gram charges. For example,
Holly Hill's Yoshukai karate
program is $25 a month for
members, and $35 a month
for non-members. The
United Way contributes
money to community
YMCAs, and they raise
other individual and cor-
porate donations. The
Volusia/Flagler Family
YMCA has seven facilities,
including Camp Winona in
DeLeon Springs.
If the YMCA closes, Mr.
McCroskey said the city
would seek another agency
to run the recreational
facility it's leasing, or start a
recreation program.
"We're looking at all
those programs and possi-
ble ways to keep them in
the private sector," he said.
"We're trying to come up
with an immediate action
plan, and a long-range
plan. We have to look at all
these programs and see
what they cost and the best
delivery method."
Mr. Moore said he's skep-
tical that the commission
would allow the city to go
without a recreation pro-
gram, whether it's provided
by the YMCA, another
agency, or the city.
"I grew up in recreation
and competed nationally
and worldwide," he said.
"The importance of recre-
ation is phenomenal. For
me to say we're not going to
have a recreation program
is not acceptable."


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Police
From page A5

Holly Hill Police
Department

*Crystal E Burroughs, 49, of
1539 Granada Ave., Holly Hill,
was arrested on May 21 on
charges of uttering forged
bills/checks/drafts. Bail was
set at $1,500.
*John Dotson, 36, of 434
Center Ave., Holly Hill, was
arrested on May 21 on
charges of possession of
cannabis with intent to dis-
tribute. Bail was set at $2,500.
*Dawn Lynne Teater, 34, of
544 Burleigh Ave., Holly Hill,
was arrested on May 22 on
charges of uttering a forgery.
Bail was set at $2,000.
*Keith Michael Lambert, 34,
of 1111 Alabama Ave., Holly
Hill, was arrested on May 22
on charges of tampering with
a witness. Bail was not set.
*Tiffany M. Connelly, 36, of
110 Monte Drive, Holly Hill,
was arrested on May 24 on
charges of unemployment
compensation fraud. Bail was
set at $1,000.
*William Patrick Bailey, 34,
of 1654 Espanda Ave., Holly
Hill, was arrested on May 27
on charges of possession of


cocaine. Bail was set at $2,000.

Volusia County
Sheriffs Office

*Eddie James Thomas Jr.,
27, of 628 Cedar Park Drive,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
on May 22 on charges of pos-
session of cannabis with
intent to sell. Bail was set at
$5,000.
*Mary Ellen Durrett, 55, of
1400 S. Nova Road, No. 310,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
on May 23 on charges of crim-
inal mischief. Bail was not set.
*Shawn Ronald Boardman,
40, of 1189 Fifteenth St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested on
May24 on charges of failure to
redeliver leased equipment.
Bail was set at $500.
*Wynn Lucille Kittrell, 45, of
1680 Old Tomoka Road,
Ormond Beach, was arrested
on May 25 on charges of
attempting to obtain a con-
trolled substance by fraud.
Bail was not set.
*Amy Elizabeth Meissner,
41, of 123 Congress Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested on
May 25 on charges of posses-
sion of crack cocaine. Bail was
set at $1,250.
*Antonio Raynard Williams,
27, of 239 S. MLK Blvd., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested on
May 25 on charges of posses-
sion of cocaine. Bail was not
set.
*Zackary Russell Boring, 21,
of 355 Fir St., Ormond Beach,
was arrested on May 25 on
charges of burglary of a struc-
ture and grand theft. Bail was
set at $3,000.
*Richard Wallace III, 21, of
339 Michigan St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested on May
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*Michael Raymond Greene,
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Beach, was arrested on May
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*Dustin Hopkins, 29, of 142
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Beach, was arrested on May
25 on charges of grand theft of
a motor vehicle. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Phyllis Joy Colahan, 41, of
913 New Castle Court, Holly
Hill, was arrested on May 26
on charges of sale of a sched-
uled II substance. Bail was set
at $5,000.
*Ashley Marie Schmidt, 20,
of 10 Tiffany Circle, Ormond
Beach, was arrested on May
26 on charges of burglary of
an unoccupied conveyance,
fraudulent use of a personal
ID and fraudulent use of a
credit card. Bail was set at
$7,000.
*Nancy Rodriguez, 40, of
116 Imperial Heights Drive,
Ormond Beach, was arrested
on May 26 on charges of
fraudulent use of personal ID
information. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Gregory Lee McFadden,
40, of 413 Fifth Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested on May
27 on charges of uttering a
forgery. Bail was set at $1,000.

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Cop
From page Al
28-year-old is married with
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Shortly after graduating
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Gurucharri took off for
where motor sports were
king.
"I moved to North Caroli-
na, because it's the central
racing hub," he said. "I had
achieved quite a bit in rac-
ing and had been traveling
for virtually seven years
straight. I was traveling
about 10 months out of the
year. By the time all was
said and done, I was
burned out."
In addition to crew work,
Officer Gurucharri drove
the racetracks. He said rac-
ing wasn't as glamorous as
it might sound.
"I physically lived at the
work shop, because of the
quantity of work we were
doing," he said. "I lived in a
warehouse for two years. I
was absolutely burned
out."
During a race in Day-
tona, Officer Gurucharri
got the idea to try his hand
at law enforcement. He set
up home here, and signed
up for the police academy
at Daytona State College.
So far, he's enjoying his


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"It's nice to be home
every weekend," he said. "I
wanted to be married, have
children and establish a
home."
Officer Gurucharri mar-
ried Lisa in November,
2009; they had their daugh-
ter, Riley, about 18 months
ago. Not long after Riley's
birth, he went on a med-
ical-emergency call. An
infant born with medical
problems had gone into
cardiac arrest. Emergency
workers couldn't revive the
child.
"That one hit really close
to home," said Officer
Gurucharri. "I had a daugh-
ter the same age at the
time. That was a tough day
at work. An extremely
tough day at work."
But, there're good days,
too. Officer Gurucharri
once struck up a conversa-
tion with an impoverished
youth who'd had brushes
with the law.
"All the kid wanted was a
television," he said. "I put
out an e-mail at work. One
of the dispatchers had a
nice TV, and an officer had
a Playstation."
The cop collected the
donations and took them
to the family. Officer
Gurucharri said the small
acts of kindness likely
changed the young man's
life for the better.


Kalin
From page A8
day."
Two other factors con-
tribute to Kalin's longevity:
their products and their
people. "We try to be differ-
ent than our competitors in
town. We carry a different
type of merchandise. We're
not necessarily an up-cale
store, but try to carry very
good quality products at
affordable prices.
"We've also built a very,
very strong staff of people
who work for us. Right now I
would say that we have the
best sales force, the best
office personnel and best
delivery and service after
the sale that we've ever had.
It takes a while to build that
team."
The Kalin's tradition con-
tinues and Kalin Home Fur-
nishings is still a family
owned and operated busi-
ness. Sadly, Sidney Kalin
died in 1985. Mr. Kalin is
now 79 and while he and
Mrs. Kalin are no longer as
active in the business as
they were, they are still
involved in the day-to-day
operations.
Leading Kalin's today are
Mr. Kalin's sons-in law
Leonard Frazer and Rodd
Gould.
"We're fortunate that Mr.
Kalin is unlike other
founders of family business-
es who have a very difficult
time stepping back and let-
ting the next generation get
through. Nobody could
have been easier r more
giving in allowing us to do
that," Mr. Gould said. "A lot
of family businesses fail
because whoever's in charge
doesn't want to give up the


"This is a kid with an
arrest history and he didn't
have a lot of positive things
to say about the police
department," he said.
The lawman said he
thinks that what likely sep-
arates him from those he
arrests is strong family ties.
"My father is my best
friend," Officer Gurucharri
said. "I wouldn't be where I
am if it wasn't for my fami-
ly. I'm the product of a
good home."
He said that knowledge
makes him respectful of
those he cuffs.
"Sometimes we have to
arrest somebody, and it
doesn't mean they're a bad
person," the cop said.
"They made a bad choice
that got them to this point.
Some of them have to com-
mit crimes to survive. A lot
of them are nice; even after
you've arrested them."
Having had a few years in
police work, Officer
Gurucharri said he's going
to resume classes at Day-
tona State to finish a busi-
ness administration degree
he'd started toward. The
chief's office is looking like
the place he wants to go.
Chief Chitwood has no
doubt some city will have
to learn to pronounce
Chief Gurucharri.
"He has all the attributes
to be sitting in my chair,"
he said.


'We offer so many
different options that
allow our customers
to make the home
their own, not what
we would 'force' on
them as you might
see in some of the
other big box stores."

Rodd Gould
controller
reins. Our father-in-law has
really allowed us to pursue
our vision and take Kalin
Home Furnishings for-
ward."
Mr. Gould and Mr. Frazer's
vision is a 21st-century ver-
sion of Kalin Home Furnish-
ings, building on the foun-
dation that the Kalin's
established half a century
ago.
"We'll continue to provide
a really unique and different
furniture experience. Our
stores are different because
we're not TV dinner-like -
where you go in and every-
body can buy the same
thing," Mr. Gould said.
"We offer so many differ-
ent options that allow our
customers to make the
home their own, not what
we would 'force' on them as
you might see in some of the
other big box stores."
Mr. Kalin is the first to
acknowledge that Mr. Frazer
and Mr. Gould call the shots
these days but you'll still
find him at Kalin's show-
room regularly.
"I don't play golf," he said
with a smile. "I only have
two hobbies: the business
and my family!"


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NAACP
From page Al
girls in the eyes, especially
with this platform I have
with my ancestors," Mr.
Morris said. "Here I am,
faced with a present day
crime and I just couldn't
walk away from it."
Mr. Morris is the great-
great-great grandson of
Frederick Douglass and
great-great grandson of
Booker T. Washington. He is
president of the Frederick
Douglass Foundation and
serves the Booker T. Wash-
ington Family Committee
and the Africa Global Part-
nership.
"Not only is it a mouthful
trying to spit out all those
'greats,' but it makes me feel
a thousand miles from those
great people," he said.
What brought him closer
spiritually to his ancestors
were the stories he heard
from relatives who knew
those famous men first
hand.
Frederick Douglass was a
slave in the 1800s who won
his freedom and went on to
fame as an abolitionist, ora-
tor, author, newspaper edi-
tor and statesman. Booker T.
Washington was a
renowned educator, author
and founder of the Tuskegee
Institute.
"These are two inspira-
tional stories because they
were able to overcome
tremendous obstacles and
influence lives of many peo-
ple," Mr. Morris said.
By speaking about his
famous ancestors, Mr. Mor-
ris hopes to increase the
awareness about modern-
day slavery and human traf-
ficking.
The annual banquet also
serves as a fund-raiser and
evening of award presenta-
tions.
Posie Elliott, secretary of
the Volusia County-Daytona
Beach NAACP said the
award winners honored at
the banquet affirmed
'America's promise." Those
awards included:
* President's Award: Lind-
sey Morris, first vice presi-
dent of the Volusia County-


Kenneth Morris


Daytona Beach NAACP
Branch.
* Humanitarian Award:
Mary Fears, a retired media
specialist, author and histo-
rian known for her "Story-
telling: Just Like Magic" his-
torical presentations. She
co-produced "Filling the
Gap, Forgotten chapter of
American History," a docu-
mentary drama showcasing
the contributions of black
people to American history,
including their, inventions,
skills, artisanship, crafts-
manship and military serv-
ice of enslaved black people.
* Trailblazer Award: Edith
Shelley, a Daytona Beach
city commissioner and for-
mer Planning Board mem-
ber who headed up a vision-
ing process to set goals for
the city's future.
* Trailblazer Award: Brian
Jenkins, Bethune-Cookman
University football coach,
who led the Wildcats to a 10-
2 season in 2010.
* Corporate and Commu-


nity Service Award: VITAS
Innovative Hospice Care
and Kappa Alpha Phi Frater-
nity.
Glenn Ritchey, Daytona
Beach mayor, welcomed the
400 guests to the awards
banquet.
"Our local branch of the
NAACP does an exceptional
job of advocacy in the Day-
tona Beach community and
I'm very proud of their pres-
ence," he said.
Volusia County Council
members Joyce Cusack and
Carl Persis also welcomed
the crowd.
"The NAACP is the
lifeblood of our communi-
ty," Ms. Cusack said.
Two Mainland High
School graduates will
receive cash scholarships in
amounts yet to be deter-
mined. They are Ben Stokes,
who plans to attend Florida
Atlantic University and
Emmitt Boykin, who plans
to attend Stetson University.


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FRIDAY, June 3

*Poetry reading: The
Tomoka Poets will hold a
reading by South Daytona
poet Janet Redemann Sage
from 7 to 9 p.m., Friday June
3, at the Piggotte Community
Center, 504 Big Tree Road,
South Daytona. Her perform-
ance will be followed by an
open mic. Admission is free.
For more information, call
(386) 322-3070.
*Cinematique: "Of Gods
and Men" will open. This is a
French film about Eight French
Christian monks who live in
harmony with their Muslim
brothers in a monastery
perched in the mountains of
North Africa in the 1990s.
When a crew of foreign
workers is massacred by an
Islamic fundamentalist group,
fear sweeps though the
region. The army offers them
protection, but the monks
refuse. Should they leave?
Despite the growing menace
in their midst, they slowly
realize that they have no
choice but to stay... come
what may. This film is loosely
based on the life of the
Cistercian monks of Tibhirine
in Algeria, from 1993 until
their kidnapping in 1996. This
film is PG13 and is two hours
long. Continued will be
Cinematique Theater is
located at 242 S. Beach St.,
Daytona Beach. Admission
cost between $5 and $9. For
more information, call (386)
252-3118.

SATURDAY, June 4

*Book signing: Author
Daniel Morton will hold a
book signing from 11 a.m.-2
p.m., Saturday, June 4, at the
Book Rack, 108 W. Indian
River Blvd., Edgewater. Mr.
Morton, a resident of Valdese,
N.C., will be available to sign
copies of his Christian
Suspense novel "Eyes of the
Ocean." For more information,
call (888) 361-9473 or e-mail
james@tatepublishing.com.
*Saxophonist in concert:
Richard Young will be in
concert from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.,
Saturday, June 4, at the
Christmas Park on the corner
of Canal and Live Oak streets
in Historic Downtown New
Smyrna Beach. Mr. Young will
entertain strollers with jazz,
ballads, pop, R&B, and
smooth jazz in the shaded
outdoor setting. The concert
is free and open to the public.
For more information on the
Canal Street Historic District,
visit www.canalstreetnsb.com.
*American Cancer Soci-
ety's Relay for Life: The
Ormond Beach annual Relay
See OUT, B2


From Cinematique - with love


By Laura Stewart
For Hometown News
Trainspotting.
Billy Elliot.
The Constant Gardner.

These are just a few of
the independent films
out of Britain in recent
years that have garnered
rave reviews and main-
stream attention. Cine-
matique of Daytona
hopes the six independ-
ent British films it will
show this summer will do
the same.
"From Britain With
Love" is a film festival
being simultaneously
screened in Daytona
Beach and 10 other cities,


from New York to Los said. "The panelists, key


Angeles to Boston and
Seattle. Technology will
be used to connect festi-
val goers


and film
makers in all
of those
cities
T h e
British
series, pre-
sented in
partnership
with the
Film Society


of Lincoln Center, UK
Film Council and Emerg-
ing Pictures, includes an
interactive Q&A session
after each showing, Cine-
matique president
Stephanie Mason-Teague


talents from each film,
will be on a live web cast
from the Walter Reade
Theater


in New
York .
Audience
m e m -
bers can
use their
phones
to e-mail
or text
their
q u es -


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tions.
"We're able to be part-
ners in this program as a
digital cinema," Ms.
Mason-Teague said.
Cinematique's movies
are shown on Emerging


Cinema's new film-deliv-
ery system, with crisp,
bright images from its
Christie projector and
full, even sound from its
speakers.
The six films in the
upcoming British series
were selected by the Film
Society of Lincoln Center,
while other of Cinema-
tique's offerings are cho-
sen by its Film Advisory
Board, or FAB, Ms.
Mason-Teague says.
"We're showing four
films a day, and adding
more.
And it's not just films.
Cinematique - which
features a 72-seat theater,

See CINEMATIQUE, B4


Cinematique of Daytona, in partnership with the
Film Society of Lincoln Centre, UK Film Council and
Emerging Pictures present From Britain With Love, a
showcase of UK indie movies from June 11 to July 9,
2011, in its home at 242 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach.
The films are:

TOAST: (8 p.m., June
11): Wolverhampton,
1957, nine-year-old Nigel
Slater loves his mother
though she is a hopeless
cook and he has great _
culinary aspirations.
When she dies of asthma
Nigel is left with a distant
father but worse is to
come when the 'common' Mrs. Joan Potter arrives as
the Slaters' cleaner. Nigel fears, rightly, that her aim is
to be the next Mrs. Slater and soon he has a new step-
mother and is whisked away to the country. Starring
Helena Bonham Carter, Ken Stott, Victoria Hamilton
and Freddie Highmore.


IN OUR NAME: (8
p.m., June 13): Suzy's a
British soldier, born and
bred, but fitting back
into civilian life after
fighting in Iraq isn't
easy. Haunted by the
responsibility she feels
for the death of an Iraqi
child, she becomes obsessed with the safety of her own
daughter, feeling the need to protect her against a
threat that doesn't seem to exist. As Suzy's paranoia
builds, her behaviour becomes more and more erratic,
until finally, she puts her own child in serious danger.
Starring Joanne Froggatt, Mel Raido, Chloe Jayne
Wilkinson, Andrew Knott.

AFRICA UNITED (8 p.m. June 15): The extraordinary
story of three Rwandan kids who walk 3,000 miles to
the Soccer World Cup in South Africa. Using a sack load

See Film, B4


The Club Scene


*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. There is a
$3 cover. For more informa-
tion and a full events
schedule, visit the website at
www.DaytonaBluesSociety.o
rg.
*Caffeine Bistro & Wine
Bar: Caffeine has live music
every night. Tuesday is locals
night. Live acoustic music is
performed. Present a local
ID and receive happy hour
prices all night. Wednesday
is ladies night. There is a live
DJ, and ladies get happy
hnuir nricp .rniunp nf fnur


ladies receive a bottle of
complimentary champagne.
Caffeine Bistro & Wine Bar is
located at 49 W. Granada
Blvd., Ormond Beach. For
more information, call (386)
672-7277
*Chillin' Out: This
restaurant serves custom
burgers and wings, and beer
on the beach. Chef Chase
serves up Baja fresh food
daily made to order. There
is oceanfront seating with
entertainment Friday and
Saturday night. Happy Hour
specials are Monday
through Thursday from 5-7
p.m. Chillin' Out is located
at 2986 Ocean Shore Blvd.
in Ormond Beach. For more
information call (386) 310-
4826.
*Daytona Beach Moose
Family r nter" The Molsnn


holds a Sunday breakfast
buffet from 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Ballroom dancing with Big
Band music is held at 3 p.m.
each Sunday. Bingo is held
from noon-3 p.m. each
Wednesday. Sunday
breakfast, ballroom dancing
and bingo are open to the
public. The Moose also
holds weekly dances that
are open to members and
guests. The Moose is located
at 601 W. Granada Blvd.
Ormond Beach. For more
information, call (386) 673-
8722.
*The Dish Tavern & Grill:
The Dish will hold an open
mic night on Friday, June 3.
Participants must sign up
prior to June 3. Live enter-
tainment is held Saturday
evenings from 8-11 p.m.
Gail Fnrce will nprfnrm The


Dish Tavern & Grill is located
at 1185 W. Granada Blvd.,
Suite 1, Ormond Beach. For
more information or
reservations, call (386) 672-
3567
*Down South Philly's:
Herb Lubansky on
drums, with trumpeter Sal
Ronci and keyboardist Lenny
Galasso will perform from 7-
10 p.m., Thursday, June 9.
The band blends classic jazz,
swing, Latin and big band
favorites with a touch of
rhythm and blues and
ballads. Down South Philly's
is located in the Countryside
Shopping Mall Center at the
Southwest corner of
Dunlawton Avenue and
Nova Road in Port Orange.
For information, call (386)
See SCENE, B3


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 6-3-2011
Aries-March 21-April 19
Sometimes dreams are slow
in coming. Never lose hope
or give up. Future success
calls for you to hang in there
and keep feeding and
encouraging your dreams to
grow. Sweet rewards are on
the way. It takes patience,
trust, commitment and faith
in the universe. Go with
these virtues and winning is
assured.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Stay calm. There is light at
the end of the tunnel. You
have safely come through
the most challenging times,
intact in body, mind, heart
and soul. Positive results are
coming for all the efforts
recently made. What a bless-
ing. Keep your spirit strong
and your heart open and
more and better will soon
be on the way.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Fear, doubt and indecision
all live in the shadow of the
mind. The mind has a dual
nature. First impressions are
always the best before fear
and doubt set in. A positive
Gemini refuses to let nega-
tive thinking overrule the
heart and soul. Do what is
right and the universe will
multiply it and bring it back
tenfold. Be fearless.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
Your message from the uni-
verse this week: say this out
loud each morning. "My life
is filled with love, peace,
health, abundance, faith and
joy. I have everything I need
to be happy. I gladly share
this abundance with every-
one. This is my day. I surren-
der my will to the universal
will. I am blessed and more
is on the way."

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Your spirit is strong and
active now. When you stay
focused on your top goals
and take action, positive
results are sure to follow.
Just be patient and look for
the signs that they are
blessed and beginning to
grow. You are an exciting
person to be around. We all
just wait to see what you are
going to do next. Keep on
roaring, my friend.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
Call in favors from friends
when needed. It's the giving
and receiving that creates
See SCOPES, B3


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DINING & ENTERTAINMENT


Out
From page B1
for Life will begin at 12:30
p.m., Saturday, June 4, at Bruce
Rossmeyer's Destination
Daytona, North U.S. Highway
1. The group will walk over
night because cancer never
sleeps. There will be entertain-
ment, crazy laps, silly laps and
more. For more information,
call (386) 274-3274.
*Historical Bus Tours: The
Ormond Beach Historical
Society will present this two-
hour scenic historical bus tour,
which includes the Ormond


Scenic Loop, Fairchild Oak,
Three Chimneys Sugar Mill
Ruins, Ormond Indian Mound
and historic homes along the
way at 9:45 a.m. A knowledge-
able tour guide will interpret
the 30 sites on the route.
Tickets are $20 for adults, $7
for ages 7-12, and can be
purchased at the OBHS
Welcome Center, 38 E.
Granada Blvd. or by phone
using Visa or Master Card.
Reservations are required as
space is limited. Bus tours
leave from The Casements
parking lot, 25 Riverside Drive,
at 9:45 a.m. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 677-7005 or


visit www.ormondhistory.org.
*Nova dance: Annual
performance of dance
students lead by "Miss Debby"
will be held from 1-3 p.m., at
the Ormond Beach Performing
Arts Center, 399 N. U.S.
Highway 1 Ormond Beach.
Cost is $8 per ticket. For more
information, call (386) 676-
3375.

SUNDAY, June 5
*Ballet: Students of the
European School of Perform-
ing Arts will be performing
"The Sleeping Beauty" ballet at
2 p.m., Sunday, June 5, at


Peabody Auditorium. Tickets
are $20 and are available at
the European School of
Performing Arts studio through
June 1, or at the door on June
5. Shown are dancers Isabella
Ward as Aurora and Dejay
Baker as the Prince. For more
information, call (386) 677-
6316.
*Children's dance perform-
ance: Centerstage Dance and
Performing Arts will hold a
performance from 2-4 p.m.,
Sunday, at the Ormond Beach
Performing Arts Center, 399 N.
U.S. Highway 1 Ormond
Beach. Tickets are available at
Centerstage Dance. For more


information or tickets, call
(386) 402-4182.
*Jazz show: Internationally
acclaimed jazz vocalist
Stephanie Jordan will perform
on Sunday, June 5, at the
Daytona Beach Museum of
Arts and Sciences. Critics have
likened Ms. Jordan to jazz stars
Diana Krall and Nancy Wilson.
Ms. Jordan will be performing
with the Doug Cam Quartet.
The Matanzas High School Jazz
Orchestra will be performing
from 1:30 to 2:15 p.m. in the
museum's Root Hall. The
Stephanie Jordan concert will
begin at 2:30 p.m. in the
museum's auditorium. The


Museum of Arts and Sciences
is at 352 S. Nova Road,
Daytona Beach. Tickets for the
concert are $25 for North East
Florida Jazz Association and
Museum of Arts & Sciences
members, $30 for non-
members and $15 for students
with valid ID. Tickets can be
purchased in advance by mail
(P.O. Box 352552, Palm Coast,
FL 32135), atAimee's Hall-
mark in Palm Coast on the
website www.nefja.org or by
calling Ms. McCoy at (386)
445-1329.

See OUT, B7


Art Notes


Exhibit to open

The Gallery Casements
will hold the exhibit
"Essence of Intensity" by
Emily Lenehan until June
29, at 25 Riverside Drive,
Ormond Beach.
There will be a meet and
greet with the artist from 5
to 8 p.m., Friday, June 3,
The gallery is open from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday
through Friday and 9 a.m.
to noon, Saturday.
Ms. Lenehan is from St.
Augustine and attended
the Florida School of the
Arts and Savannah College
of Art and design.


Her center Piece is titled
"The Center of the Uni-
verse."
For more information,
call (386) 676-3216.

Student art exhibit
to open

The Southeast Museum
of Photography will open
the exhibit "Departures VI,"
a juried exhibition of grad-
uating student photogra-
phy from Daytona State
College and the University
of Central Florida.
The exhibit will run from
June 7 to July 30.


Twenty eight graduating
students are featured in
this exhibition, which was
juried by Robert Sindelir,
director of the Kendall
Campus Art Gallery of
Miami-Dade Community
College.
The Southeast Museum
of Photography is located
on the Daytona Beach
campus of Daytona State
College at 1200 Interna-
tional Speedway Blvd. The
museum is located in the
Mori Hosseini Center. Visi-
tor parking is available.
Gallery admission is free.
For detailed exhibition
See ART, B7


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Scene
From page B1
304-1111.
*Five 0' Clock Charley: The
band will be performing rock
and roll, blues and country
hits from 1-5 p.m., Friday and
Saturday at the Hawaiian Inn
Beach Resort pool deck. The
band will be performing from
7-10 p.m., on June 4, at the
Moose Family Center, 601 W.
Granada Blvd., Ormond
Beach. The band will be
performing from 7-10 p.m.,
Saturday at the New Smyrna
Beach Yacht Club. The band
will perform 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.fiveo-
clockcharley.com.
*Fletcher's Cigar Bar &
Social: Tuesdays is Beer Club.
There is free New Craft beer
every Tuesday (half of every
beer Every Tuesday.) Cost is
$15 monthly or $150 annually.
Thursday night is poker night.


There is no buy-in, free to
play. Fletcher's Cigar Bar &
Social is located at 1220 Hand
Ave., Ormond Beach. For
more information, call (386)
677-2700 or visit www.fletch-
erscigarbar.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.
Frappes North To make
reservations, call (386) 615-
4888 or visit the website at
www.frappesnorth.com.
*Inlet Harbor: Les B Fine
will perform at 1 p.m., Friday.
Then2Now hits the stage a 6
p.m., Friday and Saturday.
Caribbean Posse will perform
from 1-5 p.m., Saturday.
Rockit will perform at 6 p.m.,
Steve Hageman will perform
at 1 p.m., Sunday and 5 p.m.,
Thursday. Eddie Uzzle will
perform at 5 p.m., Monday.
Mike Caso hits the stage at 5
p.m., Tuesday. Greg Cardino


will perform at 5 p.m.,
Wednesday. Inlet Harbor is
located at 133 Inlet Harbor
Road, Ponce Inlet. For more
information, call (386) 767-
5590. -Julian's Steak and
Seafood House: Retro dining,
dancing and entertainment is
held Wednesday to Sunday.
Doug Strong The One Man
Show plays from 7-10 p.m.
each Thursday in the Leopard
Lounge. Julian's is located at
88 S. Atlantic Ave., Ormond
Beach. For more information,
call (386) 677-6767
*LuLu's Oceanside Grill: A
5K Fun Run is held from 6-7
p.m. each Tuesday. Admission
is $10. Participants may walk,
bike or ride the 3.5 miles. The
route changes each week.
Included in the $10 admission
are two beers and light
appetizers after the walk. The
$10 fee benefits Ormond
Beach Main Street. LuLu's
Oceanside Grill is located at
30 S. Atlantic Ave., Ormond
Beach.
*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 will be held Saturday
and Thursday. This show has a
6:30 p.m. seating, dinner at
7:15 p.m. and show at 7:30
p.m., 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 participa-
tion will be featured. For more
information, call (386) 255-
5411, Ext. 186, or visit
www.myohanaluau.com.
*Original First Turn
Steakhouse: Karaoke with
Cherri and Anna, Twisted
Sistez, will be held 8 p.m.-
midnight, Friday. John-Boy's


Charity Event will be held
from 2 p.m. to midnight. The
event will feature Sam


Church, Voodoo Rhythms,
See SCENE, B4


Scopes
From page B1
balance in life. You are on a
positive roll. Set your heart
on the right course and fol-
low it through to completion.
Life doesn't get much better
than this. You are like a bea-
con always searching for
greater ways to love and
serve. Keep it up.

Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22
A daily search for wisdom is
one of your greatest
strengths. A continuing
search for life's deeper
meanings drives you in your
quest. New doors of oppor-
tunity are beginning to open.
You are on an upward spiral.
Your health is good. Your
mind is clear and you are
motivated. Look out world,
here I come.

Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
What are you waiting for?
Remove any obstacles from
your path and move forward.
The living brilliance in your
heart and spirit are ready to
awaken and carry you to
great new heights. Kindle the
flames of your new interests.
Your burning desires are
ready to give birth and mani-
fest new awesome results.
Let the magic happen.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Your judgment has never
been better. Why? Because
you are listening to and trust-
ing your instincts. They
always speak the truth. It is
your spirit connection.
Patience is the key along


with trust and faith. Continue
to live in the moment. The
past is the past. I have so
much to look forward to.
Thank you, universe.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Many important decisions
are looming in the future. Be
very clear and explore the
many possibilities before set-
tling on the final. Your happi-
ness hinges on this. Make
decisions based on what
feels right. The time is right
for change. Immense
progress can now be made.
Go for your dreams. Great
happiness is on the way.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
You are in a happy place.
Make positive choices on
who and what you bring into
your life. Continue to identi-
fy areas that need attention
and take action as needed.
You are amazing when chal-
lenged. You are on the way
to new and higher places.
Your spirit shines the bright-
est when you are helping
others realize their dreams.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
You have a strong powerful
mind, but your best results
come when you follow your
heart and instincts. You were
born with wise judgment
and a great sense of fair-
ness. Refuse to let stress
wear you down and burn
you out. Daily take a step
back, along with a deep
breath, get your second
wind, move forward and
win.
-James Tucker


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Cinematique
From page B1
complete with moveable
chairs, couches and plenty
of tables for the drinks
and light meals that can
be served during the
movies - also screens
operas, ballets and Shake-
spearian productions,
among them La Scala's
"The Magic Flute,"
"Copelia" from the Bolshoi
Theatre and "As You Like
It," filmed in London's
Globe Theatre. The large,
luminous screen offers
high-resolution images
and clear sound.
Another program is
"Live Improv & An Indie"
night every Tuesday. A live
improvisational comedy
show begins at 9 p.m. and
at 10 p.m an independent
film is shown, Ms. Mason-
Teague said.
There are also Cinema-
tique's Saturday screen-
ings at 10 p.m., "Late &
Local," and the free "Cine-
matique Under the Stars"
films, at the Daytona


Beach Bandshell through-
out the summer. Features
include "Footloose" on
June 17 and "Mars
Attacks" on July 15.
The theater has not had
a permanent home for a
few years. The new down-
town home has attracted
new members.
"Right now we have
about 300 members, and
we're growing every day -
you don't have to be a
member to come to the
films, but members have
discounts and other bene-
fits," Ms. Mason-Teague
said."Over the past six
months, since we opened
our doors, we've constant-
ly added members - both
new members and mem-
bers from years back, who
may have fallen away."
Ms. Mason-Teagues said
while the Cinematique
home is new, what it offers
is not.
"The one thing that has
not changed is what we
are," she said, "we're defi-
nitely an art-house cine-
ma. We do only independ-
ent and foreign films."


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Films
From page B1
of ingenuity and sass (and
a World Cup wall chart for
a map), our pint-sized pro-
tagonists set off through
the endless horizons ~
of Africa in pursuit of an
unlikely dream. And as
they walk they gather a e s
tribe, a ragamuffin team of -
broken and brilliant char-
acters who help them negotiate a way through a series of
glorious, dangerous, hilarious and often bizarre situa-
tions. Through these kids, we will encounter
an Africa few people ever get to see.

THIRD STAR: (11 a.m. June 25): Four best friends, all
at the end of their 20's, set off on an ill-advised camping
trip to West Wales. With no other skills for the outdoor
life except making tea the
journey will test their
strength, their friendship, -
and their belief in what
makes life worth living.
With a script by Vaughan
Sivell, and lead perform-
ances from the UK's finest
young actors, it's a moving,
pertinent and unpre-
dictable film, and a fantas-
tic showcase of new British film talent.
NEDS: (11 a.m., July 2): Directed by actor/director
Peter Mullan (MY NAME IS JOE, THE MAGDALENE SIS-
TERS) NEDS, so called Non-Educated Delinquents,
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of 1970s Glasgow. On the
brink of adolescence,
young John McGill is a
bright and sensitive boy,
eager to learn and full of
promise. But the cards are
stacked against him. Most
of the adults in his life fail
him in one way or another.
His father is a drunken violent bully and his teachers,
punishing John for the 'sins' of his older brother, Benny,
are down on him from the start. With no one willing to
give him the chance he desperately needs, John takes to
the savage life of the streets with a vengeance. NEDS is
not only a story of lost hope, it is story of survival by any
means necessary.
A BOY CALLED DAD: (11 a.m., July 9): Tells the story
of Robbie, a 14-year-old boy who has just become a
father. Abandoned by his
own dad, Robbie snatches
his baby son and goes on
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$7 ($5 members) for matinees. For more, join Cinema-
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the box office: (386) 252-3118.


Scene
From page B3
Stephen Kampa &the Pick-
Ups. Stealing Vanity will
perform from 6-10 p.m.,
Saturday. Comedy auction
with Dj. Big Tom will be held
at 7 p.m. Karaoke with DJ
Cherri and Anna will be held
from 7-11 p.m., Wednesday.
Gus will perform from 6-10
p.m., Wednesday. An Open
Jam will be held from 6-10
p.m., Thursday. Original First
Turn Steakhouse is located at
5236 S. Ridgewood Ave., Port
Orange. For more information,
call (386) 788-5434 or visit
www.firstturnsteakhouse.com.
*Ormond Beach Elks:
Sunday Night Singles Dance is
held from 8-11 p.m. each
Sunday Night at the Ormond
Beach Elks, 285 Wilmette Ave.
Admission is $8 at the door.


Snacks are provided. Dressy
casual attire is requested. All
singles are welcome. For
more information, call (386)
492-7011.
*Peanut's Restaurant &
Sports Bar: Cheap Thrills
Band will perform Friday and
Saturday at 9 p.m. Texas Hold'
em is played at 6 p.m. each
Monday and Thursday and 4
p.m. Saturday. A comedy
auction with Big Tom is held
at 7 p.m. each Tuesday. The
Pirates will be playing
Thursday at Peanuts from 8-
11 p.m. Peanut's is located at
421 Flagler Ave., New Smyrna
Beach. For more information,
call (386) 423-1469.
*Seabreeze Coffee
Connection: A hand drum
circle is held at 8 p.m. each
Wednesday at 315 Seabreeze
Blvd., Daytona Beach. For
more information, visit
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Summertime is perfect time for great salads - and dressings


Hello, smart shoppers,
hope you had a good
week.
Before we begin, I'd like
to try and answer a reader's
question concerning the
white goopy stuff that
appears when cooking
salmon.
I asked my son, Guy, and
his answer is you're cooking
the fish too long and that
stuff is the fat. Stop cooking
before it appears or remove
it with a brush or paper
towel.
Let's face it, it's summer-
time, time for light, quick
meals. Salads with "good for
you" dressings is my pick
for this week.
Last week I introduced
you to great websites that
duplicate famous restau-
rant specialties just check
out copy-cat recipes.
This week it's Olive
Garden's house dressing.
Have you ever noticed
how many people seem to
appear to be working real
hard at cutting the fat and
watching their diet? Do you
ever wonder why according
to reports, Americans are
getting heavier than ever?
Why do you suppose that's
happening?
Fat soothes the soul and
fills the tummy. Because
something is low fat doesn't
mean you can eat twice as
much. Calories count for
something and common
sense has to play an
important part in lifestyles.
Didn't we know that?
Many of us are hitting
those wonderful salad bars
in restaurants. Greens are
good for you and fat free,
right? That may be so, but
when you scoop on globs of
that wonderful, creamy
dressing you are many
times getting the equivalent
in fat of a prime-rib dinner.
A friend of mine, many
years ago, ran a diet clinic.
She said fill the ladle with
dressing, then pour out
most of it and just use those
last drippings to top your
salad.
Doesn't sound too


ROMANCING
THE STOVE
with the
Grammy Guru - ,
ARLENE BORG

appealing, does it? You have
three choices: use an oil
and vinegar dressing, make
one of my low-fat dressings
and bring it with you when
you eat out or bring along
one of those oddly thick
yuckk) bottled, fat-free
dressings.
I created my own bleu
cheese dressing and
recently made it low fat. No
way to make it fat free since
bleu cheese is high in fat,
but by using a small
amount of cheese, you can
make an allowable dressing.
Thousand Island dressing
is another favorite and the
original was not a mixture
of ketchup, mayonnaise
and relish. I found a copy of
the original many years ago.
The chef on a ship in the
area of the Thousand
Islands used what he had
on hand to create the
dressing, thus the name.
The 1,000 Islands are a
group of islands in the St.
Lawrence River in New York
state. They lie in a 40-mile
stretch of the St. Lawrence
as it leaves Lake Ontario.
They are formed when the
river flows over the low hills
of the Canadian shield,
which extends southeast
into New York. Thank you,
World Book Encyclopedia!
Enjoy your salads and
delicious dressings. See you
next week.


1 cup mayonnaise
(regular, low fat or fat
free)
1 cup sour cream (regular,
low fat or fat free)
1/2-teaspoon garlic
powder
1 teaspoon parsley flakes


1/2-teaspoon salt
1/4-teaspoon pepper
1 tablespoon lemon juice,
fresh or bottled
1-2 ounces crumbled
bleu
cheese or more to taste

Place all ingredients,
except bleu cheese, in a
blender and blend until
smooth. Place in container
and stir in bleu cheese.
Mixture will be thick. Do
not thin at this time. Cover
and refrigerate at least two
hours. If mixture is still too
thick, thin with a little milk.
This will keep in refrigerator
for at least two weeks.

THOUSAND ISLAND
DRESSING
regular and low fat

1 cup mayonnaise
(regular, low fat or fat
free)
3 (or more) tablespoons
chili sauce*
1 chopped hard boiled
egg
1 teaspoon chopped
green pepper
2 teaspoons chopped
pimento olives
1 teaspoon chopped fresh
chives or 1 teaspoon
dried
1 teaspoon parsley flakes

*Ketchup maybe substi-
tuted; for that, add 1
tablespoon lemon juice or
white vinegar.
Mix all together, cover
and chill for several hours
before serving. If dressing is
too thick, add a little water.


substitute

Place ingredients into the
bottle of dressing; shake
well. Refrigerate 24 hours
before using.

When a recipe is not in my
cookbook it will have (NIB)


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For an autographed
cookbook send $20 ($15-
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Match point


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Kyra Webb, 12, of David C. Hinson Middle School, plays a match against Creekside Middle
School at the Florida Tennis Center in Daytona Beach recently. The players are members of the
USTA Florida jr. Team Tennis Middle School League. wwwfloridatenniscenterdaytona.com


Art camp planned

Teen Extreme Summer Art
Camp will be held from 9
a.m. to noon, June 27 to July
1, at Scout Hut, 2400 Sunset
Drive, New Smyrna Beach.
This camp is for sixth to
12th graders. The cost is $75.
For more information, call
(386) 428-1876, e-mail wis-
eregina@gmail.com or visit
www.artiscreation.org.

Basketball camp
offered

The Vince Carter Youth
Basketball Academy will be
held from July 18 to 22, at
Vince Carter Athletic Center,
Mainland High School.
Session one is for boys
and girls ages 8 to12 and will
be held from 8 a.m. to noon.
Session two is for boys
and girls ages 12-17 and will
be held from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Cost is $200 per camper.
Lunch is not included.
For information, visit
www.vincecarterl5.com or
call (386) 239-8215.

Daytona Beach holds
summer camps

The City of Daytona
Beach summer programs
have begun and will contin-
ue until Aug. 5.


The programs are open to
children ages 3 to 16 and are
held from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30
p.m.
Registration is accepted at
the Leisure Services Office,
308 S. Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd.
Participants should bring
a Florida State ID or a dri-
ver's license and proof of
residency.
The cost for the 10-week
program including registra-
tion fee is $325 for residents
and $420 for non-residents.
A weekly payment plan is
available. There is also a
subsidized program by the
Police Athletic League and
Cypress Center. The pro-
gram fee is $85.
For more information, call
(386) 671-3402 or (386) 671-
3406.

ERAU offers
Aviation/Aerospace
academy for teens

Teens who'd enjoy hands-
on exploration of aviation
and aerospace topics may
sign up for the Summer
Academy operated by
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
University at its Daytona
Beach campus.
This year the Summer
Academy offers the follow-
ing camps, some of which
may be taken for college


credit: Aerospace I, Aero-
space II, Aviation Career
Exploration, Aviation Dis-
covery for Women, Aviation
Voyage, Flight Exploration,
Generations and SunFlight.
The Summer Academy runs
from June 6 to Aug. 10, with
individual camps ranging in
length from five days to 49
days. Application is
required.
These Summer Academy
programs for students ages
12-18 include housing in an
Embry-Riddle student dor-
mitory, on-campus meals,
classroom instruction, and
educational materials. Stu-
dents in some camps will
take field trips that may
include Kennedy Space
Center, Orlando Science
Center, Fantasy of Flight, a
major theme park, and a
water park. Transportation
for off-campus activities is
provided by Embry-Riddle.
For registration details
and a brochure, call (800)
359-4550 or (386) 226-7945
or write to Embry-Riddle
Aeronautical University, The
Summer Academy, 600 S.
Clyde Morris Blvd., Daytona
Beach.
For more information,
visit www.erau.edu/sum-
meracademy.

Surfing camp offered

See CAM PS, B9


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From page B2
MONDAY, June 6

*Afternoon at the movies:
The Port Orange Regional
Library will show the film "The
Next Three Days" at 2 p.m.,
Monday in the library auditori-
um, 1005 City Center Circle.
Life seems perfect for John
Brennan until his wife, Lara, is
arrested for a murder she says
she didn't commit. Russell
Crowe and Liam Neeson star.
This film is rated PG-13 and is
133 minutes. For more
information, call (386) 322-
5152, Ext 4.
WEDNESDAY, June 8

*Walk: The Happy Wander-
ers Fun Walk will be held at
5:30 p.m., at Sunrise Park,,
1120 Riverside Drive, Holly
Hill. For more information, call
(386) 788-4026, (386) 676-
9863 or visit www.happywan-
derersfl.org.
*Music for Healing:
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. The public may
attend. Instrumental musicians
are needed. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 761-9129.

THURSDAY, June 9

*Opera Video Club: The
club will show "Lohengrin" the
opera by Wagner sung in
German, with English subtitles,
at noon, Thursday at the
Daytona Beach Shores Council
Chambers' activity room, 3048
S. Atlantic Ave. "Lohengrin" is
207 minutes. Admission is
free. For more information,
call (386) 767-6967

UPCOMING EVENTS
*Dance: Dance Express
Productions will perform We
Dance For Food The Sequel
community food drive to fund
and support Halifax Urban
Ministries and Sophie's Circle.
This event will be held from 7-
9 p.m., Saturday, June 11, at
Piggotte Center, 504 Big Tree,
South Daytona. Tickets are
$12, if purchased in advanced.
Participants are also asked to
bring a small or large bag of
non-perishable food items or
toiletries or pet food. For more
information, call (386) 679-
4855.
*Dance Showcase: South
Beach Dance Academy Annual
Dance Showcase will be held


from 7-9 p.m., Saturday, June
11, at the Ormond Beach
Performing Arts Center, 399 N.
U.S. Highway 1 Ormond
Beach. Cost is $18 to $20. For
more information or tickets,
call (386) 254-2999.
*Cinematique: Cinematique
of Daytona, in partnership with
the Film Society of the Lincoln
Centre, UK Film Council and
Emerging Pictures present
From Britain With Love, an
ambitious showcase of UK
indie movies from June 11 to
July 9 showing simultaneously
in Daytona Beach, New York,
Los Angeles, Washington,
Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago,
Seattle, San Francisco, Austin,
and Miami. Following each
film presentation will be a
'virtual' webcast audience Q&A
with key talent from the films
streaming live from the Walter
Reade Theater in New York.
The Cinematique theater is
located at 242 S. Beach street,
downtown Daytona Beach.
General admission to evening
shows: $9, members pay only
$7. General admission to
matinee shows $7, members
pay only $5. Admission
includes the audience Q&A
following each film. Lunch
and dinner selections includ-
ing beer and wine are avail-
able. For more information,
visit www.cinematique.org or
call the box office (386) 252-
3118. The schedule of films is
as follows:


*"Toast:" (NR) 1 hour 40
minutes, 8 p.m., Saturday
June 11
*"In Our Name:" (NR) 1 hour
30 minutes, 8 p.m. Monday,
June 13
*"Africa United:" (NR) 1 hour
27 minutes 8 p.m., Wednes-
day, June 15
*"Third Star:" (NR) 1 hour 25
minutes, 11 a.m. Saturday,
June 25
*"NEDS:" (NR) 11 a.m.
Saturday, July 2
*"A Boy Called Dad:" (NR) 1
hour 20 minutes, 11 a.m.
Saturday July 9
*Reunion: A classes of 1980
through 1989 Spruce Creek
Alumni Weekend Reunion will
be held at 6 p.m., Friday, July 8


to 4 p.m., Sunday, July 10. All
events will be held at The
Laplaya Inn, 2500 N. Atlantic
Ave., Daytona Beach. Ticket
sales end June 5. For more
information and to see a full
schedule of events, visit
www.86creek.eventbrite.com.
*Wrestling: Some of the
greatest independent wrestlers
from across the globe will
converge at the Ocean Center
in Daytona Beach Friday, July
8, when Continental Wrestling
Federation presents Super-
Clash. The event will feature
35 of the greatest independent
wrestling talent from all over
the world including JD
Maverick, Pat Buck, Colt
Cabana and more. Tickets are


on sale now. Ringside tickets
are $18 for adults and $13 for
seniors and children under 13.
Remaining floor and first
elevation tickets are $13 for
adults and $10 for seniors and
children. Second elevation
tickets are $10 for adults and
$8 for seniors and children. All
tickets are subject to applica-
ble service charges and/or
handling fees. Tickets may be
purchased at the Ocean Center
box office, online at www.tick-
etmaster.com or by calling
Ticketmaster at (800) 745-
3000.
*Vince Carter Charity Golf
Classic: This event will be held
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and program information
visit www.smponline.org or
call the museum informa-
tion hotline at (386) 506-
4475.

Sculpture classes
planned

Paper and clay sculptures
will be held at the Casements
from 6 to 8 p.m., Tuesday,
June 7 to June 28, at The Case-
ments, 25 Riverside Drive,
Ormond Beach. Instructor
will be Terri Lawson.
The fee will be $80 and the
supply fee will be $15.
For more information or to


register, call (386) 673-9932.

Museum offers
free admission
for active military

The Museum of Arts &
Sciences is participating in
the Blue Star Museums
program, a partnership


with the National Endow-
ment for the Arts, Active
military and their families
receive free admission to
all participating museums
through Labor Day.
A complete list of partici-
pating museums is avail-
able at
www.arts.gov/bluestarmu-
seums.


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Smoking fish is fun and not harmful to your health


Sam happy to report that
the fishing has picked up
nicely in the Tomoka Basin
area. The water quality is
good, and many schools of
menhaden and finger mullet
are making their way north.
Not long ago, I landed a 27-
inch red in the basin and had
one just as big come off
behind the spoil islands. A
few days later, I caught a nice
18-inch trout near that same
island.
At this writing, ladyfish are
hitting all over that area, but


the jacks have yet to show up.
Maybe by the time this gets
into print those slashers will
be around to stretch our lines.
I haven't been down to
Spruce or Miller's Creek for a
while, but the jacks should be
tearing it up there. Fish them


where both of those streams
meet the Halifax.
If you like smoked fish dip,
try either jacks or bluefish. If
you don't have fish-smoking
capabilities, then put the fish
on a covered grill with the
skin side down.
Mix about a half-cup of fish
with a 12-ounce tub of
softened cream cheese. I like
to squeeze half of a small
lemon in mine. Whip that in
the blender (you might need
to add a bit of water) until
smooth. Serve with saltines,


Frank's Louisiana Hot Sauce
and cold beer. That stuff is so
good you might never throw
back another jack or blue.
Not long ago, I took the
Green Peanut down to
Wilder's Cut right at the south
end of Beach Street in
Daytona Beach. Right at
dawn, I eased the kayak in
and could see lots of reds.
Some trout were jumping, as
well.
With lots of flounder now in
the area, it was no surprise to
see several indentations in
the sandy bottom near the
river. If flounder is your thing,
then stick to the west bank of
the Halifax.


They are thick in Port
Orange and are near all the
bridges. If you really want
adventure, head up to
Matanzas Inlet, where some
of the best flounder fishing
can be found. The canal
inside the inlet that runs
south is particularly good at
this time of year.
Fire fishing is always big up
that way. That is what some
fishermen called gigging
flounder at night. Back in the
day, it was done by a gasoline
lantern, thus fire fishing. I
know the commercial fire
fishermen must make a
living, but I hope they leave us
some because fishing for


Sports Briefs


Flex League tennis
registration
now open

Daytona Beach-area
adults looking for a tennis
league that plays on their
schedule can now sign-up
for the USTA Daytona Beach
Flex League, a program
designed to fit players with
busy lives who want to
schedule league tennis
matches on their own
terms.
Men's and women's sin-


gles are offered at the 2.5,
3.0, 3.5, 4.0, and 4.5 National
Tennis Rating Program lev-
els.
"You play your matches
anytime and anywhere you
and your opponent agree
on, just as long as you finish
your scheduled matches
before the end of the sea-
son," says USTA Daytona
Beach Flex League organizer
Connie Fenchel. "USTA
Membership is not required
for the league, however
members receive a $10 dis-
count for singles play. The
cost is $35 for non-members


and $25 for USTA mem-
bers."
All registrants will be also
automatically entered into
the Flex League Sweep-
stakes for two tickets to the
US Open, with flights and
hotel included. Registration
for USTA Flex Leagues in
Daytona Beach is open
through June 13. The league
begins play on June 17 and
ends Aug. 17.
For more information e-
mail cfenchel@aol.com, or
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Edith
5 David
Copperfield's forte
10 Equal share for
two
14 Nicene or
Apostles'
19 Gudrun's husband
20 Gem state
21 TV Sheriff Andy
Taylor's son
22 "The Golden
23 Son's painting
26 Degeneres or
Burstyn
27 In a fatal way
28 Of the early
morning
29 Queen of the
whodunits
30 Portend
31 Softened
32 Handle, to Henri
33 Morning drink
36 Actor Roscoe
37 Municipal council
member
41 "East of Eden"
character
42 "Saint of the
Gutters"
46 Ovid's omelet
base
47 Stravinsky's
"Spring" thing
48 Old salt
49 Belfry occupant
50 Wee one
51 Shade of blond
52 Her cupboard was
bare
59 Broadway smash
60 "Don't Drink_,"
Woody Allen play
62 Late
choreographer
Alvin
63 Place for a cheap
meal
65 Additional clause
66 Valuable violin,
informally
67 Relish
68 Alms-seeker
70 Heat source
71 Celestial
sign-oriented
74 MGM's lion
75 John McCormack
song subject
78 Lemon additive
79 U.N. labor org.
80 Man in a shell
81 Unbiased
employer: abbr.
82 Ichabod's
"Headless
horseman"
83 " amies," de
Gaulle speech
opener


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84 Universal lady
90 Mother Saarinen's
son
91 Supposes
93 Honolulu locale
94 "The end is ":
Matt. 24:6
96 News squib
97 Vestments
98 Singer Vikki
99 Sleeve style
102 Takes a drive
103 Winner of a fabled
race
107 Man from Mars
108 Poem by Mary
Dow Brine
110 Viewpoint
111 The Tentmaker
112 Rich cake
113 Mata, the spy
114 Breathes audibly
115 Taboos
116 Mountain nymph
117 Neighbor of Minn.
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5 River sight
6 Mother Astaire's
daughter
7 Mother Cooper's
son
8 Christian symbol
on the cross
9 Travel to and from
work
10 Most recent,
newswise
11 Garden pest
12 Mortgage claim
13 -de-lance
14 Hilllary and Bill's
girl
15 Mother's hair-curler
16 Gardner of the
many cases
17 River to the Fulda
18 Gainsay
24 Western art colony
25 TV Western
29 Odds' partner
31 Skiing champ Phil
32 Prince Valiant's
wife
33 Corday's victim
34 "Lucky" folk
35 Nursery lady


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38 "Chickens" lady
39 To have, in Le
Havre
40 Smartly dressed
43 Playful river animal
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45 Abated
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53 Alamogordo's
county
54 Evaluator
55 Ulysses Grant's
first name
56 Learned Muslim
group
57 "The Cloister and
the Hearth" author
58 "Brides of Reason"
poet Donald
61 Head cover
64 _ tee: exactly
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67 More painful
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69 Conger-seeker
70 Pahlavi et al.
71 China's En-lai
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exact word


76 Northwest Coast
pole
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82 Affiances
84 Certain teenage
Ninja turtles
85 Augury
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88 "No man is his
valet"
89 Equipped with
breastplate and
lance
92 Tacit
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against .." Shak
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99 Grate
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Whitehall
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dear..."
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flounder with hook and line is
fun.
Fishing in the northern
lagoon is spotty with the big
winter schools now scattered,
but the fish are still there.
Down near the pole and troll
zone, the trout will be thick.
Keepers will be scarce, but the
fun will be wall-to-wall.
Get out when you can. The
fish are waiting.
Dan Smith has fished the
waters ofVolusia County for
more than 40 years. E-mail
questions and comments to
fishwdan@att.net. His book, "I
Swear the Snook Drowned," is
available for $10.95 at (386)
441-7793.


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at 8:30 a.m., Sunday, July 17, at
LPGA International This will be
a scramble format and include
a full breakfast and lunch. Cost
is $150 per golfer. Proceeds to
benefit the Volusia Flagler
YMCA and the Embassy of
Hope Foundation Scholarship
Fund For information, visit
www.vincecarterl 5.com or call
(386) 239-8215.
*Vince Carter Youth
Basketball Academy: This


Camps
From page B6
The New Smyrna Beach
Park and Recreation Depart-
ment will hold 14, one-week
sessions of surfing for chil-
dren 5 and older at North
Beach Park.
Cost per week is $170 for
residents and $175 for non-
residents.
Saturday class will be
offered from 10 a.m. to
noon. The cost for this class
is $50 for residents and $55
for non-residents. Adults
and groups are welcome.
Boards are included for the
Saturday camps. A weekly
class photo is available for
an additional $10 or $30 for
a video.
Class will focus on general
ocean safety, the basics of
currents, tides, and run-
outs. All surfers must know
how to swim.
Surfboard rentals are
available.
For more information, call
(386) 424-2175.

Summer tennis and
golf camp for kids

Plantation Bay Golf &
Country Club in Ormond
Beach will hold a summer
golf and tennis camp for
children ages 6 to 15 in one
week sessions (Mondays
through Fridays) from June
13 through Aug. 12.
Campers can register for
full day or half-day sessions,
and one day sessions are
also available on a space-
available basis.
Full day sessions cost
$215 for Plantation Bay
members and residents and
$225 for non-residents.
Rates for a second child are
$205 and $215. A third child
can be added for $195 and
$205.
Half-day, one-week ses-
sions cost $115 for residents
or members and $130 for
non-residents. Rates for a
second child are $100 and
$120, and a third child can
be added for $90 and $110.
Camp participants will
have the opportunity to
learn tennis strokes, fore-
hand, backhand, serves and
volleys. Golfers will learn to
grip the club, full swing,
pitching, putting and course
play.
Swimming is also includ-
ed.
Participants will be




Sports
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www.ustaflex.com.

Tumbling clinic
registration begins

The City of Ormond
Beach Leisure Services
Department is currently
registering girls and boys
ages 6 and older for a "Tum-
bling Clinic."
The clinic will take place
at the Ormond Beach Gym-
nastics Center, 432 N. Nova
Road, on Saturday, June 11,
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Par-
ticipants may bring a snack
and beverage.
The fee is $15 for City of
Ormond Beach residents
(proof of residency is
required) and $23 for non-
residents.
Registration is currently
taking place at the Leisure
Services Registration Office
located at 399 N. US 1.
For more information,
v i s i t
www.ormondbeach.org,
call (386) 676-3282, or e-
mail: postell@ormond-
beach.org.


academy will be held from July
18-22, at Vince Carter Athletic
Center, Mainland High School.
Session one is for boys and
girls ages 8-12 and will be
held from 8 a.m. to noon.
Session two is for boys and
girls ages 12-17 and will be
held from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Cost is $200 per camper.
Lunch is not included. For
information, visit www.vince-
carteri 5.com or call (386)
239-8215.
ONGOING EVENTS
*American Legion Post 17:


grouped according to age
and abilities.
To register or learn more,
call (386) 236-4292.

Museum to
hold camps

The 2011 Summer Learn-
ing Institute at the Museum
of Arts and Sciences starts
June 13 and runs through
August 5.
Sessions are weekly for
ages 4 to 12 and include
half-day and full day ses-
sions.
Activities range from dis-
covering reptiles to building
with Legos to art discovery
to aviation.
All classes are at 352 S.
Nova Road, Daytona Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 252-0285 or go to
www.moas.org.

ERAU offers science
and engineering
camp

Embry-Riddle Aeronauti-
cal University will once
again offer a Science & Engi-
neering Camp for children
between the ages of 8
andl3. Each of the six week-
long sessions will focus on a
different topic: aviation,
engineering, mathematics,
physics/astronomy, robot-
ics, and space life sciences.
Each week's session has
been specially designed by
Embry-Riddle faculty to be
age-appropriate, fun and
full of hands-on activities.
These faculty-teachers will
be assisted by Embry-Riddle
graduate and undergradu-
ate students. Each day will
run from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. Registration, which is
limited to 40 participants
per week, is now open and
will continue until a session
is full. Once a session fills,
students can be placed on a
waiting list in case a slot
opens up.
Tuition is $200 per child
per week. A family with two
or more children enrolled in
the camp receives a 10 per-
cent discount in price.
Embry-Riddle employees,
students, and alumni
receive a 10 percent dis-
count. Camps begin June 13.
For more information on
the Science & Engineering
Camp, including a down-
loadable information packet
and registration form, visit
www.erau.edu/db/sum-


Roast pork dinner will all the
fixings will be served from
4:30-6:30 p.m., Friday. Cost is
$7. Breakfast is served from 8
to 11 a.m. each Sunday.
Spaghetti, salad and garlic
bread is served from
4:30-6:30 p.m. each Thursday.
Post 17 is located at 619 Canal
St., New Smyrna Beach.
*American Legion Post 270:
Each Monday from 5-7 p.m. is
taco night. Wednesday wings
are served all day. Each Friday
from 5-7 p.m. is a fish fry with
entertainment. Post 270 is
located at 119 Howes St., Port


mer/science-engineering-


mer/science-engineering-
camp.html.

Marine Science
Center offers camps

The Marine Science Cen-
ter in Ponce Inlet, will offer
10 weeks of summer explo-
ration and adventure for
ages 8 through 10th grade
with its Marine Explorer and
Marine Research Explorer
camps.
Activities will include
swimming, kayaking, fish-
ing, canoeing, snorkeling
and field trips.
Prices range from $175 to
$200 a week, depending on
the program.
For more information or to
register, call (386) 304-5529
or e-mail mscedu@co.volu-
sia.fl.us

Learn to be a clown

Children ages 7 to 11 can
"clown around" at the Port
Orange Regional Library
during "Clown-tastics
Camp."
Karen "Bubbles" Poulsen,
a professional clown, will
lead the camp from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m., Aug. 8 to 12. Children
will learn clown basics,
including etiquette, charac-
ters, costumes, makeup,
balloon creations, juggling,
comedy magic, perform-
ance skills and acting.
Tuition is $50, and the class
size is limited to 10.
To register, call ( 386) -
1745, Ext. 1213, or download
a registration form at volu-
sia.org/library.

Photography camps
offered

The Southeast Museum of
Photography will hold sum-
mer photo camps. These
camps are designed to
introduce the principles of
photography and filmmak-
ing. Campers will learn the
mechanics of digital manip-
ulation, lighting, shooting
and editing techniques. No
previous photography expe-
rience is necessary as
campers will receive hands-
on instruction and inspira-
tion.
Camps will run from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday
through Thursday. Camps
begin on June 13 and con-
tinue through July 30, but
are structured as separate
one week sessions. Students


Orange. For more information,
call (386) 788-6800.
*Art Walk and Wine Walk:
This event is held from 10
a.m.-6 p.m. the fourth Saturday
of the month on Flagler
Avenue, New Smyrna Beach.
The wine walk portion of Art
Walk runs from 1-6 p.m. and
offers a progressive wine
tasting along the avenue
where participants can taste
their choice from more than
50 showcased wines for $20. A

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may register for one, two, or
all three of the weekly ses-
sions. Sessions provided for
ages 8 to 11 and for ages 12
to 15.
Camp schedule is:
*June 13 to 16 - Adven-
tures in Photography
*June 20 to 23 - The Art of
Photography
*June 27 to 30 - On
Assignment
Each one week session is
$185 per child. All material
costs are included in the
weekly session price, but
children may bring their
digital camera if they so
choose. Lunch is not includ-
ed.
Completed registration
forms, along with payment,
must be delivered in person
to the museum reception
desk during regular muse-
um hours.
For more information, call
(386) 506-4569 or e-mail
katsolc@DaytonaState.edu.

Teen photography
camp planned

The Southeast Museum of
Photography will hold a
Digital Photo Academy for
children ages 13 to 17 in July.
The cost of the two-week
academy is $360 per stu-
dent. The academy begins
July 11. All materials are
included in the session
price. Lunch is not included.
The Southeast Museum of
Photography is located at
1200 W. International Speed-
way Blvd., Daytona Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 506-4569.


Winners!


Photo courtesy of George Postell
D'Marcus Adams, 11, of Daytona Beach and Coner
Hodges, 9, of Ormond Beach, recently competed in the
state Amateur Athletic Union Boys Gymnastics compe-
titions. Both boys had to learn six different routines.
Dimarcus won two first place medals, a second place
medal and two fifth place medals. He finished in sec-
ond place over all. Coner took seventh place over all in
his division. George Postell at Ormond Beach Gymnas-
tics Center coaches the boys. Left to right: D'Marcus,
Coach Postell and Coner.


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monthly punch card drawing
features a prize donated by
one of the four sponsoring
galleries. For more information
aboutArt Walk, call (386)
428-1770, or visit www.flagler-
gallerygroup.com
*Cracker Creek's Pirate
Cruise: Featuring the Pirates of
Spruce Creek, cruises are held
at 1 p.m. each Saturday and
Sunday at 1795 Taylor Road,
Port Orange. Costumed pirates
create a live, interactive
experience as young bucca-
neers learn navigation, pirate
weaponry, knotting or rope
tying and pirate lingo, all the


while searching for the lost
treasure at Spruce Creek.
Pre-registration is required by
calling (386) 304-0778. Canoe
and kayak launch and rentals,
guided eco-history Pontoon
boat tours and golf cart tours
of the conservation nature
trails also are available. For
more information, visit the
website at www.OldFloridaPi-
oneer.com or send an e-mail
to crackercreek@OldFloridaPi-
oneer.com.
*Daytona Metropolitan
Bridge Club: Duplicate Bridge
is played Monday through
Saturday at 600 Driftwood
Ave., Daytona Beach. For the
schedule, call (386) 255-7744
or visit the website 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.
*Historical Bus Tours: The
Ormond Beach Historical
Society will present this two-
hour scenic historical bus tour,
which includes the Ormond
Scenic Loop, Fairchild Oak,
Three Chimneys Sugar Mill
Ruins, Ormond Indian Mound
and historic homes along the
way at 9:45 a.m. A knowledge-
able tour guide will interpret
the 30 sites on the route.
Tickets are $20 for adults, $7


for ages 7-12, and can be
purchased at the OBHS
Welcome Center, 38 E.
Granada Blvd. or by phone
using Visa or Master Card.
Reservations are required as
space is limited. Bus tours
leave from The Casements
parking lot, 25 Riverside Drive,
at 9:45 a.m. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 677-7005 or
visit www.ormondhistory.org.
*Lilian Place: Lilian Place
Historic House is now open.
Guided tours will be available
every Sunday from 1-4 p.m. at
111 Silver Beach Ave., Daytona
Beach. Tours are $5 for non-
members, and free for
members. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 299-4974 or
visit www.heritagepreserva-


tiontrust.org.
*Museum of Arts &
Sciences: The museum has a
new visible storage building.
This state-of-the-art 4,400
square foot addition will
display important works from
the museum's collection in a
glass-fronted, open storage
format and contain art and
artifacts not currently on
exhibit. The Museum of Arts &
Sciences is located at 352 S.
Nova, Road, Daytona Beach.
For more information, visit
www.moas.org.
*Ormond Beach Farmer's
Market: This market is held
from 8 a.m.-1 p.m., each
Thursday. At Rockerfeller
Gardens, 25 Riverside Drive,
Ormond Beach. For more


information, visit
www.ormondbeachfarmers-
market.com or call (386) 451-
2138.
*Spring dance: This event
will be held from 2-4 p.m.,
Friday, at the City Island
Recreation Center, 108 E.
Orange Ave., Daytona Beach.
Talk of the Town and the
Frankie K's Trio will perform.
Admission is $3.50. Partici-
pants may bring a snack. A
dance lesson begins at 1 p.m.
Singles are welcome.

To include an event on the
Hometown News Calendar,
send an e-mail to
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Notice is hereby given
that on 6/17/2011 at
10:30 am the following
mobile home will be sold
at public auction pursuant
to F.S. 715.109: 1973
CAME #0763579G. Last
Tenants: Michelle Donley
& Janet Lee Becerra.
Sale to be held at MHC
Carriage Cove LLC, 5
Carriage Cove, Way
Daytona Beach, FL
32119 813-241-8269
Pubs: May 27, & June 3,
2011
386-322-5949
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DAYTONA MEMORIAL
2 spaces, 2 vaults w/
bronze marker, value
$6,200 asking $4,000
502-425-9391
HILLSIDE CEMETERY
BEACHSIDE Ormond
Rest in peace in these 2
spaces. Beautiful location
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$3000. Will sacrifice for
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Notice of Sale: Public
Notice is hereby given
that Fryers Towing Serv-
ice, will sell at Public Sale
the following vehicle (s) /
vessel (s) pursuant to
Florida Statue 713.78 to
the highest bidder. The
sale will be held at 722 N.
Segrave St., Daytona
Beach, FL. The Following
vehicles will be sold on
6/29/2011 @9:00 am
1995 CHEVROLET
2G1WL52M2S9330187
Terms of sale are CASH.
Seller reserves the right
to final bid. ALL SALES
ARE FINAL Vehicle (s) /
vessel (s) are sold "AS
IS" Pub: June 3, 2011


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installations. Storm doors
Crown & other molding.
Garage storage solutions
Attic stairs. Custom work
& other carpentry 30+
years experience. Lic/Ins.
386-304-1228.



CHIMNEY/ DRYER
VENT CLEANING
All Repairs. Since 1965.
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grading, leveling, ditch &
pond dredging or mowing
slopes mowing, bush
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ed. United Land Service,
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GARAGE
SALE?


1972 Grandfather Clock
7' Hand crafted by
Quentin Wilcox.
1920's Aeolian o
Player Piano, #46093
Oak finish. Incd : 8 rolls. r
1970's Horses and Carriage by
Wells Fargo Inc: 6 horses with
stand, original bottle and 6 shot
glasses.


AIR CONDITIONER,
window, 6500 BTU, like
new, $40, 386-255-5120
AIR PURIFIER, Holmes,
Hepa cleans 10x12 rm,
Telecopier, Brother, new
$40 ea 386-788-8869
AREA RUG, 67" x 45"
Green Variegated Pattern
Fringe Edges $35
386-615-1744 Ormond
AREA RUG- Blue, like
new, 5'x7' w/matching
window coverings $100
386-663-7173
ARTIFICIAL TREES, (4)
5'-6' $10 each
386-843-1781 Pt Orannoe


BICYCLE, 20" Girls, 5
speed Mountain Bike,
brand new condition,
$60, 386-423-3474
BICYCLE, Ladies 26"
Beach Cruiser very com-
fy seat. removable fend-
ers $30 386-212-7982
BIKE, MEN'S 18 Speed,
Blue $50 386-761-8095
CHAIN SAW, Electric
Remington used once
$50 386-290-2080
CHINA CABINET, $99
Washer & Dryer $50 ea.
386-316-7423 Ormond
CHINA CABINET, Bern-


COKE MACHINE, old
needs work $200
386-453-7417 Pt. Orange
COLLAR NECKLACE,
Sterling Silver 16" Open
End, Handsome $25
386-423-0954
COMPUTER DESK set
w/ file & printer stand all
blonde wood on casters
$55 386-423-3246
COMPUTER DESK,
wood, 2 draws, $50, plus
silk bamboo tree, 5', $25
386-299-6569


All Items are in hardt, cherry wood light-
Place your ad in Excellent Condition! BAKERS RACK, 4 shelf, ed glass front gd. cond.
wrought iron, like new, $150 obo 386-756-7622
Hometown W ,V . $165, 386-428-0368 COFFEE MUGS - et of
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HOIR I' AIR
Tile Repair Carpentry
Trim Outs - Honey Do
Lists. 29 Years Locally
Lic./Ins. 386-235-5726.

SEWING/INTERIOR
Cushion Covers-Sheets
& Drapes. Home or Boat.
30 yrs exp. 386-689-1338



The hiring of a lawyer is an
important decision that
should not be based solely
on advertisements. Before
you decide, ask the lawyer to
send you free written infor-
mation about their qualifica-
tions and experience.
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UNITED BOAT WORKS
All types of boat repairs.
208 North Orange Street.
Michael, 386-547-4638.


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CRIB MATTRESS, $25;
Car Seat, $15; Baby
Jumper, $15.
386-322-8900 Pt. Orange

DEHUMIDIFIERS, 2,
used 3 times $100 each
386-673-0534 Holly Hill
DINING ROOM SET-
Oak, white washed, 6
chairs $200.
508-221-5555
DOG Crate medium to
large, black metal, like
new $40 386-441-6127
DOLLS, 3, Chucky -
Bride & the Seed 3' high
Orig. Clths, Chucky Talks
$100 Firm 386-345-2213
DOLLS, Madame Alexan
-der, collectible. New in
the box. 10 different ones
$18/ea. 386-492-6333.
DRYER, Kenmore, gas,
great condition, large
capacity, many features
$125, 386-314-0024
EDGER, ELECTRIC,
Black & Decker, $35 obo,
Hidden screen door, $59
obo, 386-322-2512
ELLIPTICAL, Norditrack
Audiostride, gd cond.
aerobic machine $150
obo 386-441-9994
EXERCISE BICYCLE,
Good Condition $40, Tool
Box / Tools $2 each
386-756-1457 S. Daytona
FISH TANKS, 20 gal, 5
gal, & 1 gal Tanks Some
Accessories Incl. $100
386-428-3993
FUTON, converts to twin
size bed, blue, $175; Bed
frame, metal, king size,
$15. 386-615-9924.


GARAGE OPENER for
door, genie 3 remotes
$40 386-898-8998
GAS STOVE by Hot-
point. White. Like new.
$175. 386-756-9062.
GOLF CLUBS /Bag Left
and Right handed clubs
with new bag. Enjoy, $45,
386-763-9607
GOLF CLUBS, Palmer
Statesman, Mens match-
ing set, w/ bag & umbrel-
la, $75, 386-423-1715
GRILL, PATIO electric,
Patio Caddy used twice,
$60 386-322-7070
GRILL, Weber, 2 Patio
white vinyl lounges &
chair all good. cond. $60
386-676-1363 Ormond
GUITAR, Fender Squier
Stratocaster, Sunburst,
new $200 386-677-8328
HAND-MADE AFGHAN
Beautiful! $125. Call Bill
to make an appointment
to see. 386-453-0299.

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LADDER, 28' extension
ladder, aluminum, $150,
386-760-6100
LADDER, Keller 20'
Alum. Extension Ladder,
good condition, $80. be-
fore 8 PM. 386-426-2944
LAWN MOWER, Crafts-
man, 6.5 HP, like new,
$150, House Shutters
$50, 386-441-2004
LEAF BLOWER / Vac-
uum, Electric $30 Mower
$25, Spreader $10
386-441-8627 Ormond
LOADING RAMP, Motor-
cycle Aluminum Straight
7.5' X 12" does not fold
$60.00 386-427-0045
LOVE SEAT w/ 2 extra
pillows & arm covers
$150 exc. cond.
386-409-9082 NSB
LOVE SEAT, floral print
$25, leather jacket, mens
$75, leather jacket, ladies
Ig $75 386-492-3448
LP RECORDS-Guy Lom-
bardo fans, 11 diff. re-
cords $15. 386-427-2740
MAGAZINES, Easy Rid-
er collection, well over
100, $100 obo,
386-689-1287
MATTRESS and Dress-
er - Double Orthopedic.
$125. 3 drawer dresser
$15. 386-252-1218 VOL
MATTRESS, Sealy Pos-
turapedic, full size firm
like new $195
732-991-4196 Pt. Orange
MEDICAL LIFT CHAIR,
looks & works great, $75;
CD/TV/Boombox by GPX
New. $20 386-341-7612.
MEN'S PANTS, black,
business / casual sz
34/32, new $15
386-235-1713 Ormond
METAL DETECTOR,
Bounty Hunter, 7" water-
proof clsd face srch coil
new $100 386-523-6315
MOTOR BIKE, Honda
1988 GL1500, Free
please call 386-761-2588
MUSIC BOOKS, Easy
play, for key board, piano
or organ, $60 obo for all
386-763-4866
PIANO, 1936 Gulbranson
Console w/ Bench, great
cond. & new keys $199
386-212-8088 Ormond
POOL COVER Wind-Up
Reel. Lock wheels, heavy
duty frame. Exc. asking
$75. OBO. 386-756-8338
PUMP, Sweetwater, hi
volume, hi electric effi-
ciency $200
386-334-3253 Daytona
QUEEN BEDROOM Set-
Walnut, 2 nightstands,
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B12 * Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill


Hometown News


Friday, June 3, 2011


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OPEN HOUSE
EDGEWATER
Florida Shores
Saturday - 1pm to 4pm
669 Coral Trace Blvd.
Move-in ready! 4br/3ba/
2c.g. brick home on lake.
Wood burning fireplace
and open floor plan.
Maintance-free gated
community with club
house, pool & fitness
room. Close to beaches
& 1-95. Shopping, river,
area attractions nearby.
Price Reduced to
$155,900. By Owner Call
for information & appoint-
ment: 386-428-6251 or
386-402-6101.


BEACHSIDE POOL 3 or
4br Ormond ranch,cul-de
-sac, new paint, roof, a/c,
lanai, fruit trees, courtyard,
wood firs. Mary K Sicilian
REALTOR.386-677-4444

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FOLLOWING AS A
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PORT ORANGE
4BR contmp, isl ElK,
fam rm, lanai, greenbelt.
$159,900.
ORMOND-
Incredible POOL & Lanai
w/pavers, 3/2, LR, ElK &
Fam rm, fence $129,000.
HOLLY HILL-
3/2, Wood firs, Fam rm
$59,000-
Own less than rent!
Mary K Sicilian o
REALTOR.
386-677-4444 LO
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ORMOND BEACH
3br/2.5ba with fireplace
and brick courtyard. New
fence. Investors: will
consider lease back.
$107,000.386-290-8433.


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$500/mo. 386-760-9595






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Morristown Apts. offers
2br/2ba.....$685/mo. and
1 bdrm.....$585/mo. Incl:
cable/lawn/pest/garbage
Between Big Tree and
Beville on Clyde Morris.
386-760-1243.




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SOUTH DAYTONA
2 manufactured homes;
1st is a 2br/lba and the
2nd is a 2.5br/lba. Both
have scrn'd porches &
utility sheds. Tile in kitch-
en & bath/ carpet.
$90,000 for both homes
& lots. 386-767-3066.




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Central Manor Apts.
Serving adults 62+ or
mobility impaired.1lbr/1Hba
Income based rent. EOH.
Handicapped Accessible
386-255-2622 TTY
1-800-955-8771
DAYTONA BEACH
SHORES -1/2 block from
BEACH! 135 Armstrong
#4. Small lbdrm/bath, tile
floors. Very private, quiet
street. Inclds water. $450.
386-677-8888; 615-7329

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Half a block to beach!
1/1 $500/mo. + deposit &
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for long term tenants.
No increase in rates for
Special Events.
386-322-8383 / 767-7141




EDGEWATER PARK
APARTMENTS
Now Accepting Applica-
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NEW SMYRNA BEACH
CREEKSIDE
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W/D hook-ups. Private
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386-423-0602. Mention
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New Smyrna Beachside
Quiet, unfurn. 2br/ 1ba on
2nd Fir. Steps to Beach
& Flagler Ave. Long term.
NO Pets! $700/mo. +
dep. 386-689-7046.




ORMOND BY THE SEA
Panoramic view of
ocean, 2bdrm, brand new
tile & carpet. Kitchen, din-
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$750/mo. 1st, last, plus
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EDGEWATER
Hacienda del Rio. Split
2br/2ba. 2 encls'd porch-
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& pier. $25,000/ obo. Joe
Hughes at The Barnett
Group, 386-383-6600.

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Life Village. '84 refurb.
14'x60'. All electric. IncI:
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52 Acres in Telfair Cty.
Good hardwood and pine
timber. Creek run is
property boundary
Paved highway frontage.
Will not divide $1500/ac
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ORMOND BY THE SEA
Furn. oceanfront 2br/2ba
on 1st fir. All appliances,
pool. No pets. $875/mo.
+ security (incl: cable &
water) 386-846-8182.
SOUTH DAYTONA
renovated, furn, ocean
front studio w/porch, tiled,
step in shower, king size
bed, $850 (includes
util/cable) 386-576-3155



RIVERFRONT
ORMOND
BEACHSIDE,
4/4,Remodeled, pool,
dock $3950/mo.
LAKEFRONT-
4/3 Remodeled ranch
on 2.5 acres, circle drive,
fpl, lanai $2K/mo.

WALK TO RIVER
4/2 Eat-In-Kit. Wood firs,
porch $995/mo.
NORTHBROOK
ORMOND 3/2 O
Ranch, LR,DR, Fla '0
& fam rm, eik, $1250/mo.
DAYTONA
3/2 ElK, Fam rm, fenced
yd, new paint $895/mo.
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GEORGIA LAND
FOR SALE- $0 Down.
3acre-25acre lots
(Middle, GA) Wooded,
pasture, pond or creek.
Owner Financing, $0
Down payments starting
$90.86/month.
Call owner 770-639-9784
HEAD FOR THE HILLS -
NC Smoky Mtns 3.5acs.
2bd/2ba MH well/septic, 2
RV sites,crprt,barn,creek
spring, $129,000. 479-
325-1381; 479-232-5210.
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$105,000.912-635-3301
LAND LIQUIDATION
20acres $0/Down,
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2 Acres with well & elec-
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$100,000.
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740-260-2282
MONTANA, Wyoming,
Alaska, New Mexico,
Acreage starting at $415/
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O.A.C. Great building
sites, Brokers welcome.
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appliances, fireplace,
covered front porch, cov-
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back. Asking $103,000
772-465-0145


NORTH CAROLINA,
Franklin. Beautiful mtn.
view. 2Br/2 full baths. fp,
carport, Cen A/C & heat.
30' deck. Fully Furn, Like
new cond. Manufactured
home. Active clubhse,
paved roads, gated com-
munity on Hwy 441.
$34,900 321-269-3972
NORTH FLORIDA LAND
Lafayette County. Plant-
ed Pine, hardwood bot-
toms, road frontage,
great hunting.
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NEW SMYRNA BEACH
212 Inwood Ave. 2br/lba.
Huge living rm & dining
area. Eat-in kitchen. W/D
hook-up. Very Ig. fenced
yard. $725/mo. + deposit.
386-314-9805.
ORMOND BEACH - 3bd/
2ba, kitchen, dining rm,
carport, Irg fenced yard.
Terazzo floors. $1000mo.
Call 386-366-0296 or
295-2847 or 676-7824


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ORMOND BEACH
Bear Creek. Recently
renovated 2-bdrm/2-bath
w/carport. EVERYTHING
IS NEW!! Incl: all appli-
ances W/D. Fresh paint
in/out. C/H/A. Close to
everything! $750/mo+sec
386-492-7548/ 275-4583.




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deposit. 843-290-7600
Ponce Inlet
OCEANFRONT
ESTATE HOME
3br/2ba/garage in gated
comm. w/amazing views
from all rooms. 2200
sg.ft. Travertine floors.
Kitchen has granite coun-
tertops & stainless steel
appliances. $3,600/mo.
407-616-7979. See photo
online, ad# 59362:
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PORT ORANGE 2-br/
2-ba/2-cg with loft, on
quiet cul-de-sac. Newly
remodeled, $900/mo. +
$750/sec. 386-299-0320.
PORT ORANGE 2bd
2.5ba spacious town-
home, Like New. Great
location, w/d. $875mo
incl cable. 386-383-6717




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NEW SMYRNA BEACH
3bd/2ba custom duplex,
stainless appl., marble
counters, fenced yard,
$875/mo. 386-562-5991


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TENNESSEE
MOUNTAINS - Beautiful
home or cabin site on 5
acres, wooded. On private
country road. $17,900.
Owner Financing
931-265-7697







DIRECT OCEANFRONT
Vero Beach "The Gables"
Like new 2/2 4th fl. 2 min
walk to town. Spectacular
views, 1 month minimum.
$1800/mo 401-742-7756

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1000SF. OFFICE,
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off Ocean Shore Blvd.
$950/mo. 386-852-0333
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INDUSTRIAL
WAREHOUSE SPACE
New Smyrna Beach
1470 sq.ft. of Industrial
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Office/Lobby/Showroom
(458sq.ft. total); 2 bthrms
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head door; 10' ceilings.
Please call for pricing.
Call Rick 386-547-4668.
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$14,991
'08 CHEVY IMPALA LT
F9276939T

$16,991


'04 FORD F250 CREW CAB LARIAT '07 CADILLAC CTS
FEA85045T FO 17613T

$17,491 $17,991


'06 FORD EXPEDITION XLT
FLA77613T A AOL
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'07 FORD MUSTANG GT
F5305300T

$20,991


Friday, June 3, 2011


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B14 * Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill


Hometown News


Friday, June 3, 2011


MERCEDES- '85 Conv
Ex cond. 2 tops
maroon, cold A/C, power
windows/locks $12,000
obo 772-538-2130






TOYOTA COROLLA CE
2008, 10,200 miles 60/40
split rear seat, power
windows & door locks,
recently serviced, original
window sticker available,
Priced to sell at $12,995
Call Steve 321-508-2824



BLOWN HEAD GAS-
KET? Any vehicle repair
yourself. State of the art
2-Component chemical
process. Specializing in
Cadillac Northstar Over-
heating. 100 % guaran-
teed. Call Now:
1 -866-780-9039
www.RXHPcom


LSSK
TRUCK TOPPER for
S10/S15 or Ranger. Dark
blue. Perfect cond. Slid-
ing front window, sliding
side windows w/screens
& locking back window.
Pd. over $1,000. Asking
$550/obo. 386-437-3155
or 386-931-4111. See
photos online, ad#41827,
www.HometownNewsOL.
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Sell or
Rent
your home
in Hometown
News.
Martin
County thru
Ormond
Beach
Call
386-322-5949
to place
your ad


WE BUY CARS
Any Condition. 24-Hour
Pickup. Call For Quote.
386-453-0967.
CARS/TRUCKS Want-
ed! Top $$$ PAID! Run-
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Makes, Models. Free
Towing! We're Local! 7
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CASH FOR CARS: All
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Call Special Kids Fund 7
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3865
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Support No Kill Shelters,
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tible, Non-Runners Ac-
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(4483)
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OR
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CALLING
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dition. Running or Not.
Free Pick-up / Tow.
1-800-761-9396



HARLEY FXDWG 2005
Has Fat Boy rear wheel
Custom Tool Bag &
Pegs, T-Bag for Travel
Bad back forces sale
Reduced to $9,000
386-322-4062.


TRIUMPH- 1979
Bonneville, 750 cc, good
condition, classic, runs
good $2500
386-671-7553
WANTED Japanese Mo-
torcycles Kawasaki,1970-
1980, Z1-900, KZ900,
KZ1000, H2-750, H1-
500, S1-250, S2-250,
S2-350, S3-400. CASH.
1 -800 - 7 7 2- 1 1 42 .
1 -3 1 0-721 -0726
usa@classicrunners.com







CONSIGNMENTS
WANTED
* RVs
* Motor Homes n
* 5th Wheel ?
* Travel Trailers CI





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CAMPING MEMBER-
SHIP LIFETIME!
Camp Coast to Coast
USA/Canada/Florida. $10
per night (full hook-up)
Year Round. Paid $1595,
MUST SELL $595.
614-761-9257
COACHMAN 32' Morada
2010 -2 slides, used
once, 3500 Miles,
Sacrifice at $77,800
580-372-1670 Ormond
Beach






MOTORHOMES
and
TRAVEL TRAILERS
-"-------- - - --------
Paying /
$S CASH SS,







FIND IT
BUY IT
SELL IT!
in
CLASSIFIED
386-322-5949


RV'S NEEDED! CASH FOR CARS: All
BOAT DEALS!! Buy, Consign or Trade. Cars/Trucks Wanted.
SELL YOUR Giant Recreation World. Running or Not! Top Dol-
888-863-8503 Don x150 lar Paid. We Come To
BOAT! You! Any Make/Model.
One call places l f Call For Instant Offer:
your ad from 1-888-525-8492
Martin County GMC SAFARI LE-Mini Call Classified for
thru Van, '05. Gold. Loaded. all of your
Ormond Beach Tow pkg. Power seats/ advertising
windows/ locks. 6 cyl.
HOMETOWN NEWS Cold A/C. 82K. $9,500/ Needs!
386-322-5949 obo. 386-852-4991. 386-322-5949

Boats& -
I Watercraft


'95 SEA DOO Speedster
15'9" with twin 80hp en-
gines. (total of 160hp).
Exc. cond. Incl: Shore-
land Trailer. Recent
tune-up. Runs great. New
upholstery & floor pads.
Complete w/4 life vests/
paddles/flare kit/anchor.
Full cover w/bag. $5500/
obo. Call 386-437-3155/
386-931-4111. See pho-
tos online, ad# 41828,
www.HometownNewsOL.
corn
BOAT TRAILER: Conti-
nental. 5000 G.V.W.R.
Galvanized tandem axle.
Fits up to 24' boat.
$1,450. 386-673-5304.


Sharp
HOUSEBOAT-
Ameribuilt Catamaran
Cruiser, 26 ft. 50 hp
motor (low hrs) sleeps 4
A/C, fridge, microwave,
enclosed shower with
commode, good cond.
Good weekender
$12,000. 386-761-5142
or 386-871-0865
LAST ONE $14,995 2011
20' Pontoon 40HP Hon-
da, Vinyl Deck Free De-
livery In Florida Astor
Marine 24535 State Rd
40 Astor, FL 32102
352-759-3655
TELL'EM YOU SAW
THEIR AD IN THE
HOMETOWN NEWS!


Sharp
MCKEE CRAFT- 14ft.
2006, 50hp evinrude
motor, lots of accessories
$5,900. 614-313-6220 In
Daytona Beach



OUTBOARD MOTOR
Mercury 2.5HP. Like
new. Very few hours of
use. Well maintained.
$500. 386-672-3966.
TELL'EM
YOU SAWTHEIR AD IN
THE HOMETOWN
NEWS!


REILLY AUTO

T SPECIALIST

Customer Appreciation Day!

Sat. June 18th

FREE Diagnostics & Estimates
Limited to first 30 appointments
CALL 386-254-8660
FREE Hamburgers/Hotdogs
FREE Soft Drinks

We Beat ALL Competitors Written Estimates!
78 Years Combined Experience
VISA^ �C
817 Swf tDyoa Beach


We Are Overstocked! a

All Kaiser Prices Slashed!

jUj Maw While Inventory's Best! 2011 GMC TERRAIN SLE


BIG SAVINGS ON TOURNAMENT CARS AT KAISE!
'03 MAZDA B2300 PICK UP 2009 HYUNDAI ACCENT '94 CHEVY SILVERADO 4X4 '07 DODGE CALIBER '04 MERCURY GR MARQUIS
SDUALLY 350, 9028A 21219A


$5,995 8,991 $U17,99510 A$8,991
2009 CHEVY COBALT LT '10 CHEVY COBALT '06 KIA SPORTAGL '10 KIA RIO 10 HONDA ACCENT GLS
S 9140 9093AT '1


9,9954 - $11,991 $11,99- 1,991 11,9

'09 FORD FOCUS SL '07 TOYOTA CAMRY LE '10 CHEVY AVEO LT '06 DODGE DURANGO '09 TOYOTA COROLLA
9154 9-iWg 9042AT 9150A


11,9 $11,995 $11,99v 12,991 $ 12.991


'10 PONTIAC VIBE
9199


$12,99 -


'10 CHEVY IMPALA
9180 -.


$13,


'05 GMC SIERRA '10 CHEVY MALIBU
31141AT 9210 -- -


14, $14.991


'10 DODGE GR CARAVAN SXT '05 GMC YUKON '08 FORD ESCAPE HYBRID 2006 CADILLAC ESCALADE s
30092BT


$16,991 $17,991 $18,991 $21,500
2008 HUMMER H3 2007 NISSAN ARMADA CALLTQLLFREERIGHNOW: 2008 MERCEDES BENZ 2010 CHEVY SILVERADO I
91 C300 Ext Cab


22,995V *23,4910 =. 25,995 !9.991








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