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Hometown news (Ormond Beach, FL).
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en-USSchool system working en-US on new safety mandatesen-USFollowing the tragedy at Parkland, the Legislature en-US approved Senate Bill 7026, placing new mandates for en-US tighter security and more on local school districts, en-US and Volusia County Schools are preparing for these en-US changes.en-US The legislation appropriates $97.5 million that en-US will put a resource officer in every school; allocates en-US almost $99 million for enhancing schools physical en-US security; and gives an additional $28.1 million annuen-US -en-US ally to the Department of Children and Families for en-US more proactive community engagement and crisis en-US prevention.en-US It mandates schools conduct regular active shooten-US-en-US er drills; sets up and funds the Marjory Stoneman en-US Douglas High School Public Safety Commisen-US -en-US sion, a 16-member board that will offer ways en-US to improve school safety; creates and funds en-US the marshal program, which would train en-US and arm certain school professionals who en-US do not primarily teach; allows certain en-US retired law enforcement officers to become en-US school resource officers; and formally prohibits a en-US person from making, posting or transmitting a en-US threat to conduct a mass shooting and sets criminal en-US penalties for such actions.en-US The Volusia County district is hard at work on the en-US mandates.en-US Greg Aiken, district chief operations officer is leaden-US -en-US ing the effort on the school safety officer issue, Superen-US -en-US intendent James Russell told members of the Volusia en-US County School Board. A committee made up of prinen-US -en-US cipals, en-US district school staff, en-US parents, and captains and lieutenants from the en-US Volusia County Sheriffs Department are helping to en-US hammer out the plan for the school resource officers en-US and school marshals, he said.en-US In addition to the marshal program and resource en-US officers, the legislation also creates a new agency en-US within the Department of Education to oversee en-USVolusia Countys Departen-US-en-US ment of Community Services en-US is searching for new ways to en-US improve the countys overall en-US health following a decline in en-US health rankings.en-US The rankings provide us en-US with an opportunity to look en-US at our communities and find en-US ways for us to be healthier, en-US said Patricia Boswell, health en-US officer for Florida Departen-US -en-US ment of Health Volusia en-US County. In Volusia County, en-US heart disease and cancer conen-US -en-US tinue to to be the leading en-US cause of death. More than 60 en-US percent of Volusia residents en-US are obese, and more than 20 en-US percent smoke.en-US The health department in en-US Volusia is working to give en-US incentives to pregnant mothen-US -en-US ers by issuing diaper vouchen-US -en-US ers to new mothers who sucen-US-en-US cessfully quit smoking either en-US before giving birth or within en-US 12 months after the baby is en-US born. en-US Health is often a socio-ecoen-US-en-US nomic issue, Ms. Boswell en-US said. en-US Children eat what parents en-US eat, she said, adding that en-US combating obesity, which en-US leads to heart disease, starts en-US with healthy eating. We en-US offer nutritional counseling, en-US supplements and education en-US concerning nutrition.en-US Volusia is focusing new en-US programs and retaining en-US tried-and-true initiatives to en-US help improve the countys en-US health, she added.en-US The priority areas for the en-US health department here in en-US Volusia include efforts to en-US reduce the number of HIV en-US infections, decrease nicotine en-US use, increase child vaccinaen-US -en-US tions and decrease infant en-US mortality, which is a key facen-US -en-US tor of health, Ms. Boswell en-US said. Even though the numen-US -en-US ber of babies that are dying en-US are less each year, the decline en-US is not uniform, particularly en-USHealth agency en-US seeking ways en-US to boost ranking en-USHabitat en-US project en-US honors en-US two en-US womenen-USNo experience is required, en-US a generous heart helps, and a en-US willingness to volunteer is a en-US must when it comes to worken-US -en-US ing on a Habitat for Humanien-US -en-US ty projecen-US t. en-US Habitat for Humanity of en-US Greater Volusia County will en-US begin its latest project Saturen-US -en-US day, June 9, a Women Build, en-US at 943 Orange Ave. in Port en-US Orange, near a home they en-US recently completed on the en-US same street. The 178th projen-US -en-US ect for the local Habitat for en-US Humanity affiliate is dedicaten-US -en-US ed to the memory of two en-US women supporters, Millie en-US Middleton en-US Swale and Georen-US -en-US gia Oliver Akers.en-US Ms. Swale, in her 90s, died en-US in July. She was known for en-US passing out Bibles as part of en-US house dedication ceremonies en-US on behalf of the board of en-US directors. She was a founding en-US board member of the Halifax en-US Habitat for Humanity, now en-US Greater Volusia County en-US chapter. en-US She and her husband were en-US good friends of Millard Fullen-US-en-US er, a wealthy businessman en-US who was the founder of Haben-US -en-US itat for Humanity Internaen-US -en-US tional in 1976. (The local en-US Habitat for Humanity affilien-US -en-US ate was founded in 1986.) en-US Mr. Fuller happened to be a en-US good friend of former Presien-US-en-US dent Jimmy Carter and is en-US quoted as saying, President en-US Jimmy Carter put an internaen-US -en-US tional face on Habitat for en-US Humanity.en-US President Carter and his en-US wife are still active in Habitat en-US for Humanity.en-US Ms. Akers died in March en-US 2014. She and her family en-US have the Akers Family Founen-US -en-US dation.en-US The Akers Family Founen-US -en-US daten-US ion has been very generen-US -en-US ous with donations to Habien-US -en-US tat for Humanity, said Lori en-US Gillooly, CEO of the Greater en-US Volusia County chapter.en-US Ms. Akers earned a letter en-USLibraries en-US want en-US to work en-US with en-US schoolsen-USEnhanced technology, new en-US programs and partnerships en-US with local public schools, all en-US without requesting additional en-US funding, are among the top en-US items the Volusia County Puben-US-en-US lic Libraries have included in a en-US new five-year plan.en-US Presented to the Volusia en-US County Council May 15 by en-US Lucinda Colee, Volusia Counen-US-en-US ty library services director, the en-US sneak peek at the plan focusen-US -en-US es on numerous areas of new en-US services, new growth and beten-US -en-US ter access.en-US Partnering with public en-US schools is on the library seren-US -en-US vices wish list, as the libraries en-US plan to make sure each student en-US in the countys schools has full en-US access to all materials, both on en-USCruising alongen-USRandy Barber/staff photographeren-USNathan Boyd, 15, of Ormond Beach cruises in a kayak with his friend Anthoen-US -en-US ny Giaccone, 16, right, during the Ormond Beach Police Departments Badgen-US-en-US es & Boardshorts at Fortunato Park on Saturday, June 2. en-USVol. 13, No. 21 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsVolusia.com Friday, June 8, 2018 ORMOND BEACH DA YT ONA BEACH HOLLY HILL inside Where did all en-USthe early birds en-US fly off to?en-US Page A3en-USLand en-US Linesen-US@HometownNewsVolusia @Hometownnewsvolusia @HVolusi Best Dentist 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 386-944-5001KERRI GRAHAM, D.M.D.802 Sterthaus Drive Suite A, Ormond Beach, FL Trusted, Comfortable & Affordable Dental CareVISIT US AT ORMONDSMILES.COMSee ad inside for more information Need Teeth? DENTURE $650 Crown/Caps $800 All Fillings $200 Full Denture Reline Only $185 Routine Extraction $100-$185 DENTAL SERVICES PAST TIMES GREAT FOOD GREAT MUSIC GREAT PEOPLE 386.944.9293 Tomoka Plaza 709 S. Nova Rd. Ormond Beach Meatloaf Monday Homemade meatloaf with your choice of starch $8.95 Wrap Tuesday $6.95 Burger Wednesday Handmade 8oz Angus beef burgers add: $4.95*with our signature fries $5.95Thursday thru SaturdaySlow Cooked Prime Rib WEEKLY LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & KARAOKE! Playhouse presents en-USfun golfing farce Entertainment B1 en-USCHASING A FOX en-USIndex Business A7 Classified B7 Crossword B6 Horoscopes B1 Out & About B1 Police Report A5 Sports A11 Viewpoint A6 en-USHistorical bus touren-USThe Ormond Beach Historien-US -en-US cal Society will host a bus tour en-US at 9:45 en-US a.m. Saturday, June 9.en-US The tour will depart from en-US The Casements, 25 Riverside en-US Drive, Ormond Beach. The en-US cost is $22 for adults, $7 for en-US child and $20 for members. en-US Reservations are required as en-US space is limited. en-USFor more en-US informaten-US ion, call (386) 677-en-US 7005en-USLow-cost pet clinic en-US slateden-USThere will be $3 rabies shots en-USSeeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A6en-GBCommunity en-GB Notesen-USA bit en-US about en-US online en-US money Personal Finance A8 en-USPLAN STRONGER en-USHometown New file photoen-USLisa DeVane of the Daytona Beach West Rotary Club and FPL Cares volunen-US -en-US teers roll paint on a home being built for a veteran by Habitat for Humanity en-US of Greater Volusia County in Daytona Beach. The habitat chapter has a en-US Women Build coming up June 9.en-USBy Gina McKeeen-USgmckee@hometownnewsol.comen-USBy Gina McKeeen-USgmckee@hometownnewsol.comen-US Seeen-US en-US RANKING,en-US page A4en-USBy Pat Youngen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USBy Gina McKeeen-USgmckee@hometownnewsol.comen-US Seeen-US en-US HABITAT,en-US page A2en-US Seeen-US en-US LIBRARIES,en-US page A2en-US Seeen-US en-US MANDATES,en-US page A2

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en-USA-2 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USemergency planning and preen-US-en-US vention efforts and coordinate en-US efforts between school disen-US -en-US tricts. It sets aside $6.2 million en-US this year and an additional en-US $500,000 annually for school en-US mental health services; manen-US-en-US dates a series of changes at the en-US school district level that en-US require students to list any en-US referrals to mental health seren-US -en-US vices at the time of enrollen-US -en-US ment, establishes a Student en-US Crime Watch Program en-US through which students can en-US anonymously report suspien-US -en-US cious activities to authorities; en-US sets up a threat assessment en-US team that will monitor and en-US work to prevent potentially en-US dangerous situations and proen-US-en-US vides at least $100,000 per year en-US depending on the number en-US of students in the district to en-US pay for enhanced mental en-US health services.en-US The funding, however, is en-US only partial funding, and that, en-US combined with a staffing en-US shortage of municipal officers en-US and sheriffs deputies, means en-US VCS will need to look elseen-US-en-US where for resource officers.en-US Ill be unequivocally clear en-US that Volusia County Schools en-US would prefer municipal police en-US officers and sheriffs deputies. en-US But there were two barriers, en-US Mr. Russell said. One, is Senen-US-en-US ate Bill 7026 is partially funden-US-en-US ed by the state legislature, and en-US then also the sheriffs office en-US and municipal police departen-US -en-US ments are severely underen-US -en-US staffed currently.en-US This month, Mr. Akin will en-US present the plans and suggesen-US -en-US tions for the mental health en-US part of the legislation as it peren-US -en-US tains to the schools requireen-US -en-US ments. The board also will en-US hear and potentially take en-US action on plans for resource en-US officers and additional securien-US-en-US ty to make schools safer and en-US come into full compliance en-US with the new legislation.en-US playing basketball for Mount en-US Vernon College (now George en-US Washington University) in en-US Washingten-US on D.C., where her en-US aggressive playing earned her en-US a caution from her coach en-US about playing like a boy. The en-US theme for the local Women en-US Build is to build like a girl.en-US Women Build is the initiaen-US -en-US tive of Habitat for Humanity en-US International, designed to en-US encourage women to come to en-US the construction sites, not to en-US exclude men who are on the en-US site working, but to encourage en-US women to join them in the en-US work. At the Port Orange en-US Women Build site, representaen-US -en-US tives of Networking Connects en-US Women, Daytona Beach en-US Chapter, women from Rotary en-US Club of Daytona Beach, and en-US the Volusia County Womens en-US Network will be there.en-US Sponsors for the project en-US include TopBuien-US ld, the Akers en-US Family Foundation, Christ en-US Presbyterian Church of en-US Ormond Beach, First Presbyen-US -en-US terian Church of Daytona en-US Beach and the Volusia County en-US Womens Network. en-US Contributions and support en-US also come from Becks Nursen-US -en-US ery, Richard Brookfield Archien-US-en-US tect, City of Poen-US rt Orange, en-US Cobb Cole, County of Volusia, en-US Florida Power & Light, Sandi en-US Johnson/Alexander Family, J. en-US J. Matejka & Assoc., Janie Ray en-US Family, Kay & Bob Russell, en-US Waynes Roofing, U.S. Blinds, en-US Zahn Engineering, HFH of en-US GVC Homeowners through en-US their mortgage payments and en-US HFH of GVC Restores through en-US donations. Key partners are en-US TopBuilden-US Bubba Gump en-US Shrimp Co., and GE Volunen-US-en-US teers. Fifth Third Bank and the en-USOrange City United Methodist en-US Church are aen-US lso key supporten-US -en-US ers of HFH of GVC, offering en-US office and meeting space.en-US Habitat for Humanity has an en-US objeen-US ctive application process en-US for recipients, according to en-US Ms. Gillooly. They must have en-US 40 to 70 percent of the median en-US income of the area. When the en-US family is approved, it is based en-US on housing need, ability to pay en-US and willingness to partner en-US (they must work 350 hours on en-US the home)en-US When the home is en-US completed, Habitat sells the en-US house to the homeowner at no en-US profit, and provides a zero en-US interest mortgage for the life of en-US the loan, based on 25 percent en-US of their income.en-US This immediately changes en-US their quality of life, Ms. Gilloen-US-en-US oly said. Their childrens en-US future is positien-US vely impacted, en-US and as they make their morten-US -en-US gage payments, they are builden-US -en-US ing equity in the home, and en-US joining our donors and sponen-US-en-US sors in providing opportunity en-US to all the families that follow.en-US The HFH mission stateen-US -en-US ment, hanging on the wall in en-US their office, en-US states, Seeking to en-US put Gods love into action, en-US Habitat for Humanity brings en-US people together to build en-US homes, communities and en-US hope.en-US Ms. Gillooly, echoing the en-US words of Mr. Fuller, added, At en-US the end of the day, the strucen-US -en-US ture of the house is the bonus en-US that comes out of the relationen-US -en-US ships that develop en-US on the conen-US-en-US struction site.en-US For more information, visit en-US habitatgvc.org en-US or call (386) en-US 257-9950.en-US the shelves and online, regarden-US-en-US less of the status of their peren-US -en-US sonal library cards, Ms. Colee en-US said.en-US To do this, the library would en-US like to partner with the public en-US schools to give every student a en-US student library card, she said.en-US Many of our students have en-US library cards (they cant use), en-US Ms. Colee said. Maybe they en-US got them when they were en-US younger and then, for whateven-US-en-US er reason, materials didnt get en-US returned, or are long overdue, en-US and if they return them there en-US are high fines.en-US If they cant pay the fines, en-US they cant access the materials. en-US A student library card would en-US allow the access, she said.en-US We want to make sure they en-US have access, especially to the en-US online resources, she said.en-US Other opportunities for en-US partnering with the schools en-US include making the Access 360 en-US program available for students en-US to check out materials at their en-US school, and identifying school en-US children in areas that could en-US most benefit by setting aside en-US WiFi hot spots.en-US Efficiency, with new self en-US check out and check in seren-US -en-US vices, as well as potentially en-US extending hours at some locaen-US-en-US tions, will help the libraries en-US serve more residents Ms. en-US Coley said.en-US With assistance from en-US Friends of the Library and en-US other donations and revenues, en-US the library system will not en-US request additional funds in the en-US coming year, even with Hope en-US Place Library coming online en-US later this year and new proen-US -en-US grams in the works, she said.en-US With more than 255,000 en-US registered library card holders, en-US the libraries offer a wide range en-US of services for residents to take en-US part in educational, cultural en-US and entertainment programs en-US not always found elsewhere in en-US our communities. en-US Games, research materials, en-US audio books, music, electronic en-US books, learning programs, en-US computer services, job seeken-US -en-US er-assistance programs and en-USmore are all available through en-US the library system, many of en-US which are available both en-US online and at physical library en-US locations. 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FCB welcomes Floridian Community Bank and its customers to our growing network. rPromotional Rate Minimum Deposit $10,000 of New FundsfPromotional Rate Minimum Deposit $10,000 of New Fundsrf N en-USot too long ago, dinner en-US deals known as the en-US early bird special were en-US all the rage across our nation, en-US with Florida being the early bird en-US capital.en-USA restaurant catering to en-US early birds would lower prices en-US for those willing to eat dinner en-US before 6 p.m., when most en-US people begin to dine. en-US Although no one ever en-US mentioned the age of their en-US patrons in their ads, we all en-US knew it was geared to the en-US elderly. en-US Lower prices and larger en-US portions, some of which could en-US often be boxed for the next en-US day, were a tantalizing bargain en-US for retired people on a fixed en-US income. Lets face it, if you get en-US out of bed at 5 a.m., meatloaf en-US and mashed potatoes at 4 p.m. en-US are not so far out of the en-US question. en-US Still, somehow the early bird en-US special has faded into near en-US obscurity. Oh sure, fine eating en-US establishments remain that en-US offer better prices for early en-US customers, but even they will en-US tell you these days the early en-US bird does not do the business en-US it once did. What has hapen-US -en-US pened? Do the elderly now en-US stay up later? I dont think so. en-US Do they have more money? en-US Probably, but the price of en-US eating out has managed to en-US keep well ahead of any inflated en-US savings accounts. What is it en-US then?en-US I believe it has to fall at the en-US feet of the baby boomers, who en-US are really our first rock 'n' roll en-US generation. That group often en-US refuses to admit their age, and en-US going out early in order to en-US take advantage of a bargain is en-US a sad reminder we have en-US become senior citizens.en-US I remember the time my en-US sister, Linda, came out of en-US McDonalds fuming. When I en-US asked her what happened, she en-US told me her cup of coffee had en-US cost her only 35 cents. My en-US usually demure sister was en-US cussing a blue streak because en-US the girl at the counter had en-US automatically given her a en-US senior discount. At the time, en-US she was only around 50. en-US Most of us who are of a en-US certain age can remember the en-US first time we were put in her en-US position. That first senior en-US discount can be a tough one, en-US but we soon get over it and en-US seek the senior bargains en-US whenever and wherever we en-US can. Cash has to win out over en-US vanity every time. en-US Still, I am a bit befuddled at en-US the passing of the popularity en-US of the early bird special. I en-US remember seeing groups of en-US senior citizens occupying the en-US same tables night after night. en-US They would use their favorite en-US restaurant as a meeting place en-US and, as each arrived, greetings en-US would ring out just like en-US Norm on Cheers. en-US What has changed? Are the en-US baby boomers just not as en-US friendly as their predecessors? en-US Naw, that cant be right. After en-US all, the early bird specials have en-US been around since the 1920s. en-US It is in our nature to try and en-US save a buck here and there. en-US Remember the blue plate en-US special? Now, early bird drinks en-US in the guise of happy hour en-US may have taken over for en-US dinner bargains. Many bars en-US offer lower-priced beer and en-US well drinks before a certain en-US time. en-US Luckily the early bird en-US special lives on in many local en-US establishments. In Daytona en-US Beach, the Chart House has en-US one as does Marios in en-US Ormond Beach. In Port en-US Orange, The Malibu Beach en-US Grill offers bargains for those en-US out early and in Ormond-by-en-US the-Sea, Alfies does as well. en-US Of course those are only a few, en-US but I offer those just to remind en-US you a good meal at a bargain en-US can still be had as long as you en-US can live with being branded a en-US senior citizen.en-US Dan Smith is on the board of en-US directors for the Ormond Beach en-US Historical Society and The en-US Motor Racing Heritage en-US Association and is the author en-US of two books, The Worlds en-US Greatest Beach and I Swear en-US the Snook Drowned. Email en-US questions and comments to en-US fishwdan@att.net en-US or call (386) en-US 441-7793.en-USWhy did the early bird specials stop soaring? en-USLAND LINESen-USDAN SMITH en-USDaytona State College en-US named its 84,000-square-foot en-US studenen-US t centeren-US under conen-US -en-US struction on its main campus, en-US in honor of longtime benefacen-US -en-US tor and former trustee L. Gale en-US Lemerand at a May 31 cereen-US -en-US mony, followed by tours of the en-US three-story structure, expecten-US-en-US ed to be completed next en-US spring.en-US The naming marks a formal en-US recognition of Mr. Lemerands en-US longtime support of the colen-US -en-US lege and its students, including en-US a most recent gift of $2 million en-US to the DSC Foundatien-USon. The en-US gift brings to more than $3 en-US million donated to DSC by the en-US prolific entrepreneur over the en-US years in support of student en-US scholarships and campus en-US growthen-US initiatives, becoming en-US the colleges most generous liven-US-en-US ing benefactor.en-US The new facility will en-US emben-US ody a design and function en-US for men-US odern-era higher educaen-US -en-US tion that will focus on student en-US engagement. It will facilitate a en-US change in teaching and learnen-US -en-US ing for the 21st century, noted en-US District Board of Trustees en-US Chair Forough Hosseini.en-US In addition to academic en-US support services, including a en-US library and writing center, the en-US building will house a study en-US commons, en-US state-of-the-art en-US classrooms, coen-US nference rooms en-US and a large eveen-US nts center. en-US Career Services, a one-stop en-US resource center for career en-US planning and job pen-US lacement, en-US also will relocate to en-USthe builden-US-en-US ing.en-US The facility also will serve as en-US a hub for the DSC student life, en-US where students can relax and en-US socialize, with offices for stuen-US -en-US dent cluben-USs, a game room, a cafen-US -en-US eteria and coffee lounge, and en-US an outdoor dining area.en-US The Lemerand name also en-US adorns DSCs Fen-US itneen-US ss Center.en-USDSC names center for L. Gale Lemeranden-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsdy@hometownnewsol.com en-USL. Gale Lemerand

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Call our oce, or attend one of our seminars to nd out more about how we can help you gain the condence to smile again.nComplimentary Dental Implant Seminarnn nnrnn Time for some sun and en-USfor some protectionen-USAs the weather heats up in en-US the Sunshine State, more Voluen-US -en-US sia County residents and visien-US-en-US tors will be heading out to en-US soak up the rays and play in en-US the sand and surf.en-US While its a time-honored en-US tradition of fun in the sun en-US along the countys coastline, en-US the Florida Department of en-US Health in Volusia and state en-US Secretary of Health Dr. Celeste en-US Phillip hopes residents will en-US remember the life-threatening en-US dangers overexposure can en-US bring.en-US In fact, the state health en-US department recognizes May as en-US National Melanoma/Skin en-US Cancer Detection and Prevenen-US -en-US tion month, and makes every en-US attempt to reach out this en-US month and remind residents en-US and visitors to protect themen-US -en-US selves from the most common en-US form of cancer in the U.S. en-US Although it is by far the en-US most common, the good news en-US is skin cancer also is one of the en-US most preventable and highly en-US treatable when detected in its en-US early stages, according to en-US information provided by the en-US health department.en-US While an ounce of prevenen-US -en-US tion is definitely worth a en-US pound of cure, that doesnt en-US mean enjoying the sun, surf en-US and sand are lost pastimes. en-US Working to protect skin and en-US prevent skin cancer is the best en-US form of defense.en-US Spending time outdoors en-US not only allows you to enjoy en-US Floridas natural beauty, it can en-US also improve your overall en-US health and wellness, Dr. Philen-US -en-US lip said. We are incredibly en-US fortunate to live in the Sunen-US -en-US shine State, but we should all en-US use sun protection like broad en-US spectrum sunscreen, hats and en-US sunglasses whenever were en-US outside in order to reduce our en-US risk of skin cancer or melanoen-US -en-US ma.en-US Two common types of skin en-US cancer -basal cell and squaen-US-en-US mous cell carcinomas -are en-US curable, she said. Melanoma is en-US less common but is more danen-US-en-US gerous and can sometimes en-US result in death. en-US According to information en-US from the health department, en-US these three types of skin canen-US -en-US cer are mostly caused by overen-US -en-US exposure to ultraviolet (UV) en-US light. The most common sign en-US of skin cancer is a change in en-US the skin -a new mole or a en-US change in an existing mole, or en-US a sore that doesnt heal. en-US Melanoma can be indicated en-US by the following signs: An en-US irregularly shaped mole or en-US spot; A mole or spot with en-US uneven color; A mole that is en-US larger than a pea; or changes en-US in an existing mole or spot.en-US If you notice changes in en-US your skin, you should consult en-US with your healthcare provider, en-US Dr. Phillip said.en-US Vigilance is key when worken-US -en-US ing to reduce risks of skin canen-US -en-US cer, and to do this patients en-US should make sure they and en-US their children avoid sunburns en-US as well as overexposure to the en-US sun. en-US The department recomen-US-en-US mends the following tips to en-US enjoy the Florida sunshine en-US safely: en-US Always use broad spectrum en-US (blocks UVA and UVB rays) en-US sunscreen with an SPF higher en-US than 15 if you are outside, and en-US reapply every two hours or en-US after contact with wateren-US Seek shade when the sun is en-US strongesten-US Wear hats and other proen-US-en-US tective clothing; Wear sunen-US -en-US glasses that block UVA and en-US UVB raysen-US Avoid indoor tanning.en-US Protecting yourself from en-US harmful UV light is important en-US year-round, especially in Floren-US -en-US ida, Dr. Phillip said. Make en-US sure you are protecting youren-US -en-US self and your loved ones from en-USthis common but potentially en-US serious type of cancer.en-US For more information, visit en-US cdc.gov/cancer/skin/.en-US for black babies. en-US All residents in the county, en-US regardless of background or en-US status, en-US deserve a chance for en-US better health, she said, adding en-US that the numbers are improven-US -en-US ing.en-US Our scores have improved en-US in clinical care and quality of en-US life, Ms Boswell said. The en-US uninsured number is going en-US down and the unemployment en-US rate is going down.en-US Volusia County ranks 44 out en-US of 67 counties in Florida when en-US it comes en-USto health and length en-US of life, slipping two notches en-US down from 2017 when it en-US placed 42, according to new en-US health rankings released en-US March 14 by the Florida en-US Department of Health.en-US The rankings, which are a en-US snapshot of the health of counen-US -en-US ties across Florida and the en-US nation, are maintained and en-US updated annually as part of a en-US collaborative project between en-US state and local health departen-US -en-US ments, the Robert Wood Johnen-US -en-US son Foundation and the Unien-US-en-US versity of Wisconsin en-US Population Health Institutes, en-US according to information proen-US -en-US vided by the state health en-US department. en-US Data used to determine the en-US rankings include information en-US about physical environments, en-US social and economic factors, en-US health behaviors and clinical en-US care, according to a FDOHVC en-US press release. The rankings en-US are a snapshot of the health of en-US counties across the country.en-US The den-US ata used to determine en-US the rankings include informaen-US -en-US tion about physical environen-US -en-US ments, social and economic en-US factors, health behaviors and en-US clinical care. The rankings are en-US then compiled using counen-US -en-US ty-level measures from a varien-US -en-US ety of national and state data en-US sources, State Surgeon General en-US and Secretary Dr. Celeste Philen-US -en-US ip said in a news release. en-US Volusias 44 rank broke en-US down as 41 in the categories of en-US quality of life and physical en-US environment; 16 in clinical en-US care; and 34 en-US in social and ecoen-US -en-US nomic factors.en-US By Gina McKeeen-USgmckee@hometownnewsol.comen-USRankingen-USFrom page A1

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Granada Blvd Ormond BeachI-95 Exit 268-1/4 Mile East(386) 676-2425 orwww.stor-itselfstorage.comSTOR-IT SELF STORAGE 1455 N US HWY 1 Ormond BeachI-95 Exit 273-1/4 Mile South(386) 676-5050 orwww.storitnorthus1.comSTOR-IT OF FLAGER COUNTY 3700 E MOODY BLVD PALM COAST / BUNNELL (386) 263-3067 www.storitofflagercounty.com New Facility (386) 676-5018CLIMATE AND NON-CLIMATE CONTROLLED UNITS BOAT AND RV STORAGECOVERED and SECURED!! 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S NOW OPEN! Daytona Beach en-USPolice Departmenten-USWillie L. Newton Jr., 30, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US May 25 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of a Schedule I suben-US -en-US stance. Bail was set at $5,000. en-US Sandra D. Pulak, 48, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US May 25 and charged with aid/en-US abet/commit prostitution. Bail en-US was set at $1,500.en-US Kara L. Pennington, 51, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US May 25 and charged with aid/en-US abet/commit prostitution. Bail en-US was set at $2,000.en-US David P. McAndrew, 47, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US May 26 and charged with en-US offer/agree/secure for lewd act en-US and possession of cocaine. Bail en-US was set at $2,000.en-US Ryan F. Futch, 41, of Daytoen-US-en-US na Beach, was arrested May 26 en-US and charged with burglary of a en-US structure or conveyance. Bail en-US was set at $2,500.en-US James Joseph Szabo, 48, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US May 26 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of paraphernalia and en-US heroin. Bail was set at $3,000.en-US Jesse M. Willis, 29, of Dayen-US-en-US tona Beach, was arrested May en-US 27 and charged with aggravaten-US-en-US ed battery on a pregnant peren-US -en-US son. Bail was not set. en-US Adam J. Marklow, 39, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US May 27 and charged with baten-US -en-US tery and felony battery. Bail en-US was set at $3,500.en-US Sean M. Owens Jr., 28, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US May 28 and charged with en-US criminal mischief, burglary of en-US a structure or conveyance and en-US firing a missile into a dwelling. en-US Bail was set at $4,500.en-US Jalen R. Miles, 25, of Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach, was arrested May en-US 28 and charged with possesen-US -en-US sion of paraphernalia and canen-US-en-US nabis. Bail was set at $3,000.en-US Dawn Marie Johnston, 46, en-US of Daytona Beach, was arresten-US -en-US ed May 28 and charged with en-US possession of paraphernalia en-US and felony petit theft. Bail was en-US set at $1,500.en-US Marvin Brown, 45, of Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach, was arrested May en-US 28 and charged with operating en-US a vehicle with a canceled en-US license and possession of en-US cocaine and cannabis. Bail was en-US set at $3,500.en-US Davon T. Hall, 37, of Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach, was arrested May en-US 28 and charged with resisting en-US an officer without violence, en-US possession of cocaine and canen-US -en-US nabis, grand theft of a motor en-US vehicle, habitually driving en-US with a revoked license. Bail en-US was set at $29,000.en-US Kala S. Stephenson, 20, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US May 29 and charged with prinen-US -en-US cipal to aggravated assault en-US with a deadly weapon. Bail en-US was not set. en-US James Joseph Szabo, 48, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US May 29 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of cocaine. Bail was set en-US at $1,000.en-US James A. Stephens, 80, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US May 30 and charged with feloen-US-en-US ny petit theft. Bail was set at en-US $1,000.en-US Rasheem Antonio Brown, en-US 33, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested May 30 and charged en-US with tampering with a witness en-US or victim and violation of preen-US -en-US trial release. Bail was set at en-US $15,000.en-US Lakesha D. White, 34, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US May 30 and charged with dealen-US-en-US ing in stolen property. Bail was en-US set at $5,000.en-US Johnathan J. Richardson, en-US 41, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested May 30 and charged en-US with operating a vehicle with a en-US canceled license and possesen-US -en-US sion of paraphernalia and en-US cocaine. Bail was set at $2,500.en-US Karon L. Williams, 22, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-USMay 30 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of cannabis and en-US cocaine and operating a vehien-US -en-US cle with a canceled license. en-US Bail was set at $3,500.en-US Ricardo Rashien Bradley, en-US 31, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested May 31 and charged en-US with battery and domestic baten-US-en-US tery by strangulation. Bail was en-US not set. en-US Daniel Arnold Madsen, 23, en-US of Daytona Beach, was arresten-US -en-US ed May 31 and charged with en-US grand theft of a motor vehicle. en-US Bail was set at $1,000.en-US Cameron L. Sheffield, 33, en-US of Daytona Beach, was arresten-US -en-US ed May 31 and charged with en-US giving a false name upon being en-US arrested/detained and habituen-US-en-US ally driving with a revoked en-US license. Bail was set at $2,000.en-USOrmond Beachen-US Police Departmenten-USHector C. Rivera, 41, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-US May 26 and charged with petit en-US theft from a merchant and en-US possession of a Schedule IV en-US substance. Bail was not set. en-US Randall E. Serret, 20, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-US May 28 and charged with baten-US -en-US tery and aggravated battery en-US with a deadly weapon. Bail en-US was not set. en-US Tanner Troy Chase, 18, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-US May 28 and charged with en-US criminal mischief, trespassing en-US onto a construction site and en-US burglary of an unoccupied en-US dwelling. Bail was set at en-US $2,500.en-US Kevin M. Marino, 27, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-US May 31 and charged with feloen-US-en-US ny retail theft. Bail was set at en-US $5,000.en-USVolusia Countyen-US Sheriffs Officeen-USShawn M. Reynolds, 26, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US May 25 and charged with fleeen-US -en-US ing/attempting to elude law en-US enforcement with lights/sirens en-US running, aggravated battery en-US and battery. Bail was set at en-US $12,000.en-US Katie Jean Williams, 28, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US May 25 and charged with en-US grand theft and trafficking in en-US oxycodone. Bail was set at en-US $55,000.en-US Ashlee M. Reis, 30, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-US May 26 and charged with false en-US ownership info on pawned en-US items, dealing in stolen propen-US-en-US erty and burglary of an unocen-US -en-US cupied dwelling. Bail was not en-US set. en-US Amber D. Clark, 19, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-US May 26 and charged with en-US aggravated assault with a en-US deadly weapon and battery. en-US Bail was not set. en-US Kyle Olin Hipps, 26, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US May 27 and charged with driven-US -en-US ing under the influence and en-US possession of suboxone. Bail en-US was set at $4,000.en-US Anoah C. Armenta, 23, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-US May 27 and charged with en-US attempted carjacking and leaven-US-en-US ing the scene of a crash involven-US-en-US ing damage. Bail was set at en-US $400,000.en-US Winfred A. Jones, 55, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US May 29 and charged with en-US habitually driving with a en-US revoked license. Bail was set at en-US $1,000.en-US Jason Paul Paradis, 32, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-US May 29 and charged with conen-US -en-US spiracy to commit racketeeren-US -en-US ing, grand theft, racketeering en-US violation and dealing in stolen en-US property. Bail was set at en-US $2,800,000.en-US Shmar A. Gentle, 21, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US May 31 and charged with fleeen-US -en-US ing/attempting to elude law en-US enforcement, resisting an offien-US -en-US cer without violence, driving en-US with a canceled license and en-US possession of cocaine. Bail was en-US set at $11,000. en-USHerbert James Willig, 41, en-US of Daytona Beach, was arresten-US -en-US ed May 31 and charged with en-US possession of paraphernalia en-US and a Schedule II substance. en-US Bail was not set. en-USVolusia Countyen-US Beach Patrolen-USRoy P. Lovett, 30, of Daytoen-US -en-US na Beach, was arrested May 31 en-US and charged with aggravated en-US battery with a deadly weapon. en-US Bail was set at $50,000.en-US Editors note: en-US This is a list of en-US arrests, not convictions, and all en-US arrestees are presumed innoen-US -en-US cent unless or until proven en-US guilty in a court of law.en-USPolice Report en-USLikeen-US Hometown News Voluen-US -en-US sia for the latest in local news, en-US information and interactive en-US features like photo contests en-US and Rants & Raves. en-USWERE ON en-USFACEBOOK! en-US(888) 277-TIPSen-USVolusia County Sheriffs en-US Office needs help in locaten-US-en-US ing two suspects in a strong-en-US arm robbery.en-US The suspects, working en-US together, stole a womans en-US purse recently as she was en-US loading groceries into her en-US car at the Deltona Publix at en-US 2100 Saxon Blvd. The roben-US-en-US bery occurred just before 6 en-US p.m. Monday, May 22.en-US The woman told deputies en-US she saw a passenger vehicle en-US park next to hers in the en-US parking lot. The two male en-US suspects were inside. One en-US male suddenly jumped out en-US of the vehicle, pushed her en-US aside and took her purse, en-US which contained credit en-US cards, her drivers license, en-US cash and her iPhone. The en-US victim saw the vehicle backen-US-en-US ing out and the suspect en-US jumped into it, leaving the en-US scene. en-US The woman immediately en-US called law enforcement. en-US Multiple sheriffs deputies en-US and the sheriffs Air 1 helien-US -en-US copter responded to search en-US for the vehicle. After an en-US extensive search, the susen-US -en-US pects were not located.en-US Anyone with information en-US about this incident is asked en-US to call the Volusia County en-US Sheriffs Office non-emeren-US -en-US gency number at (386)-248-en-US 1777. Or, to remain anonyen-US-en-US mous, call Crime Stoppers en-US of Northeast Florida at en-US 1-888-277-8477 (TIPS) or en-US visit westopcrime.com for a en-US possible cash reward.en-USWanteden-USVSCO looking en-US for strong-arm en-US robbery suspects

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News Clerk en-USGot something to say? en-USCall the Hometown Rants & Raves line at en-US(386) 322-5902en-US or e-men-USail newsdy@hometownnewsol.com. en-US Please limit your submissions to 250 words, en-US so that we can include more entries. en-US Readers are asked to refrain from making en-US slanderous or libelous statements. en-USVIEWPOINTen-USFRIDAY, JUNE 8, 2018 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSVOLUSIA.COM en-GBRantsen-GB & en-GBRaves en-USIsnt it about time the libraries retire librarians who dont en-US know about computers? We are in a new age. Older people are en-US trying to learn the computer. Give the jobs to the younger peoen-US-en-US ple who know the computers. Let the older librarians retire. en-US Maybe turn the library into a teaching center on computers en-US and how to use smart phones. A lot of young people know the en-US computers and are looking for a job.en-US These librarians dont want to be there. I asked a question, en-US and the librarian didnt know the answer. We need to update the en-US library with people who know what is going on in the computer en-US world. en-USToo long to wait for doctoren-USI have something to say about the doctors in Volusia County. en-US I am not saying they are not good, but when you are sick, you en-US have to wait two to three months to get an appointment; you are en-US in pain, or you wouldnt want to see a doctor. Then you end up en-US going to the emergency room and having to pay an enormous en-US fee. en-USDont get bottled upen-USUnless there are water restrictions in place, I think it should en-US be illegal for an eatery to refuse its patrons water and insist that en-US they only have bottled water. en-US This happened to me in New Smyrna Beach, beachside, and en-US lets be certain I will not return.en-USNot a pretty gatewayen-USAlong the gateway to New Smyrna Beach as you are coming en-US east on State Road 44, you pass the hideous welcome wall, and en-US then you have the out-of-business Indian River Fruit abandoned en-US building. en-US Then you get to view the Sugar Mill Mobile Home Park and en-US then the soon-to-be apartment complex. en-US There is a new gas station, Circle K, with some car dealerships en-US on the north side, then the Verizon store, ABC store, and maybe en-US a tractor supply store. They are certainly bringing the blight to en-US S.R. 44. This is certainly not the attractive gateway that I am ceren-US -en-US tain our planning and zoning commission envisioned. en-US But, who knows, maybe there will be room for another Dollar en-US General or another fast-food place all along S.R. 44, the gateway en-US to New Smyrna Beach.en-USThanks for the pet helpen-USTo make a long story short, my cat quit eating, and my vet at en-US the time was not helpful except to tell me to just try different en-US foods to see if she would eat any of them. en-US With the help of a new veterinarian, who put her on some en-US medications, I went to Petco, which let me try six different foods en-US before discovering what she would start eating. With the help of en-US both, Lexie is eating well and she is no longer anemic. en-US I am certainly very grateful to Petco for cooperating with me en-US during a stressful time for both me and my cat. en-USThumbs up for Rants & Ravesen-USThis is a thumbs up for the Hometown News and Rants & en-US Raves. This is the only newspaper I read lately; full of great artien-US-en-US cles and information. en-US Last year, I sent in an article, and it was published. I was so en-US happy that someone listened. I joked to my friends and family en-US that I was a celebrity. This rave isnt because I want to be recogen-US-en-US nized again, it is so readers get the same encouragement that I en-US get.en-US I read every week about all the rants. Some I agree with, and en-US some I do not. It is enlightening when I read a rant that I may en-US agree with, and the following week I see another point of view en-US from that rant that explains more detail, usually from someone en-US in the business or close to the subject. This opens your eyes to en-US another viewpoint, and maybe you might reconsider what you en-US originally thought.en-US Simply put, thanks.en-USSpectrum anticsen-USSpectrum loves to install bundles at low prices for new cusen-US -en-US tomers but wont give these prices to existing customers. en-US Beware, however, if you want to cancel due to their increases en-US in prices. They wont come out to pick up their equipment. You en-US have to disconnect it yourself, call them for a box for mailing to en-US Fed Ex, take it to Fed Ex store to mail back at no charge. Beware en-US seniors that dont drive. en-USIn response to: Flag discomforten-USAlleluia and amen and a second agreement to all that has been en-US said.en-USPaying for a bridgeen-USI would like to know if all the homes in Margaritaville and the en-US subdivision west of Margaritaville are going to pay to widen the en-US bridge west of Interstate 95 on LPGA Boulevard? en-US Who is going to pay, the builders or us taxpayers?en-USRemember Reality Houseen-USYes, its voting time soon.en-US Our Florida Department of Corrections is cutting out Reality en-US House. They have an 87.1 percent success rate and a low (4.8 en-US percent) recidivism rate. Why cut a program that has such a high en-US success rate?en-US Something to consider when we vote this fall how our state en-US is cutting the programs that are helping our society to heal. en-USA pesky situationen-USWith all the rain, these mosquito control people dont want to en-US do their jobs. en-US If they dont want the jobs, they should leave. I have called to en-US have them spray. They wont come out to Oak Hill. Now, I am en-US killing mosquitoes all night long. This place is covered with en-US mosquitoes. It is the Mosquito Lagoon. en-US I am not done with them. I will find someone in authority.en-USNeed more computer-savvy librariansen-USI have a rant about the Ormond Beach Regional Library. en-USSupporting the artsen-USPhoto courtesy of Daytona Beach Symphony Society en-USThe Daytona Beach Symphony Guild gift raised and all-time high of $54,720 for the Symphony Socien-US -en-US etys 2017-18 season. The guilds gift was announced at its May 7 meeting, at St. James Episcopal en-US Church in Ormond Beach. Capping off her two year tenure as guild president, Gerri Wright-Gibson and en-US her executive board presented the check to Society Board President Catherine Bauerle. From left are en-US Ms. Wright-Gibson, Guild Treasurer Joanne Larmon, Ms. Bauerle, Guild Second Vice President Joan en-US Fenton, Guild First Vice President Lucy Jackman, Guild Corresponding Secretary Ann Meine and Guild en-US Recording Secretary Sue Fillion.en-USDEADLINESen-USThe deadline for submissions to Hometown News in Volusia en-US County is 5 p.m. Thursday for the next week's issue, except for en-US Rants & Raves, which is 5 p.m. Friday. Deadlines are adjusted for en-US holidays. For more information, call (386) 322-5924. en-USoffered at a low-cost pet shot en-US clinic sponsored by the Society en-US for the Prevention of Cruelty en-US to Animals Rescue from 3:30 en-US to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 9, at en-US the Ormond Beach Police en-US Department, 170 Granada en-US Blvd.en-US Heart worm prevention and en-US flea control products will be en-US available to buy. The cash only en-US clinic is open to the public. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 748-8993. en-USItalian club plans en-US pizza partyen-USThe Italian American Club en-US of Ormond Beach will host a en-US St. Anthony Pizza Party at 6 en-US p.m. Monday, June 11, at en-US Prince of Peace Church Hall, en-US 600 S. Nova Road, Ormond en-US Beach.en-US Cash bar will be available.en-US The cost is $5 for members en-US and $8 for guest. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 334-0593.en-USSix mistakes retirees en-US make with financesen-USAndrew Schorr, a financial en-US adviser at R.L.K Advisory en-US Group, will discuss some of en-US the most common mistakes en-US retirees can make with their en-US finances and how to avoid en-US them at 2 p.m. Monday, June en-US 11, at Daytona Beach Regionen-US -en-US al Library, 105 E. Magnolia en-US Ave. and 5:30 p.m. Monday, en-US June 11, at the Ormond Beach en-US Regional Library, 30 S. Beach en-US St.en-US Mr. Schorr will discuss life en-US expectancy, investment fees, en-US historical market trends, long-en-US term care, annuity consideren-US -en-US ations, and strategies to potenen-US -en-US tially increase your income. en-US This is a free event, but seating en-US is limited. en-US For a reservation, call (386) en-US 675-6973 (24 hours).en-USAARP chapter meetsen-USAARP Ormond-by-the-Sea en-US Chapter 1057 will meet at 10 en-US a.m. Tuesday, June 12, at the en-US Ormond Beach Presbyterian en-US Church, 105 Amsden Road, en-US Ormond Beach. en-US The Crime Prevention Task en-US Force will give an update on en-US their community service orgaen-US -en-US nization developed by former en-US law enforcement officers. en-US A light lunch will be availen-US -en-US able for $3. The public may en-US attend. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 673-5884 or visit en-US aarp1057.org.en-USAdults can get en-US creative at the library en-USAdults can think outside the en-US book at the Ormond Beach en-US Regionen-US al Library, which offers en-US a variety of creative programs en-US throughout the year.en-US Junes activities include:en-US Rock painting: 12:30 p.m. en-US Tuesday, June 12. Have a bit of en-US fun expressing art with rock en-US painting.en-US Adults can also take part in en-US a summer reading program en-US that focuses on the theme en-US Libraries Rock! The reading en-US challenge includes a scavenger en-US hunt reen-US ading list and a prize en-US drawing Aug. 10. Registration en-US began June 3. Sen-US top by the en-US library to pick up a reading en-US challenge or call (386) 676-en-US 4191, option 4, for more inforen-US -en-US mation.en-USFund drive en-US for wounded veteransen-USMilitary Order of the Purple en-US Heart Volusia County Chapter en-US 316 and Commander Willie en-US Harvey will conduct a Viola en-US Drive in support of wounded en-US U.S. military Combat Wounden-US-en-US ed Veterans and their families en-US from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and en-US 12:30 to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, en-US June 12, Wednesday, June 13, en-US and Thursday June 14, at en-US Walmart, 1521 W. Granada en-US Blvd Ormond Beach.en-US For more information, email en-US cobra101st@gmail.comen-US or call en-US (386) 690-9553.en-USHuman Services Board en-US to meet June 12en-USVolusia Countys Human en-US Services Advisory Board will en-US conduct its annual planning en-US and development meeting at en-US 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 12, at en-US the United Way of Voluen-US-en-US sia-Flagler Counties, 3747 W. en-USInternational Speedway Blvd., en-US Daytona Beach.en-US The meeting will include a en-US discussion of community en-US needs, budget review, and en-US information about serving en-US low-income individuals in the en-US upcoming year.en-US For more information, conen-US -en-US tact Human Services Manager en-US Clayton Jackson at (386) 736-en-US 5956 or en-US cjackson@volusia.org. en-USLibrary offers free en-US computer classes en-US en-US Need to learn the computer en-US basics? The Ormond Beach en-US Regional Library, 30 S. Beach en-US St., has a class for you. en-US Junes free classes include: en-US Basic computers: 2 to 3 en-US p.m. Thursday, June 14 en-US Basic Word: 2 to 3 p.m. en-US Thursday, June 21 en-US Intro to e-resources: 2 to 3 en-US p.m. Thursday, June 28 en-US Participants may bring peren-US -en-US sonal laptops or other portable en-US computing devices if they have en-US them. The library has free en-US Wi-Fi throughout the builden-US-en-US ing. en-US Registration is required; call en-US (386) 676-4191, option 4. en-USAnimal Control Advisory en-US Board to meet June 13 en-USVolusia Countys Animal en-US Control Advisory Board will en-US meet from 9 to 11 a.m. en-US Wednesday, June 13, at the en-US Emergency Operations Cenen-US-en-US ter, 3825 Tiger Bay Road, Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach. en-US The public is invited to en-US attend and participate in the en-US meeting.en-US For more information, conen-US -en-US tact Shari Williams at (386) en-US 323-3522, ext. 11211. en-USVeterans stand down en-US set for June 16en-USCareerSource Flagler Voluen-US-en-US sia will present the Homeless en-US and In Need Stand Down from en-US 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, June en-US 16, at the Salvation Army en-US office, 1555 LPGA Blvd., Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach.en-US Homeless and in-need veten-US -en-US erans and their families may en-US stop by for free haircuts and en-US food, along with information en-US about Veterans Administraen-US-en-US tion services, medical care, en-US employment resources, shelen-US-en-US ter, clothing, and counseling en-US and vocational services.en-US For more information, call en-US Joe Roberts at (386) 323-7011.en-USMeals on Wheels needs en-US volunteer driversen-USThe Council on Aging is in en-US need of volunteers to deliver en-US Meals on Wheels.en-US Besides the obvious need for en-US nutrition, Meals on Wheels en-US drivers often provide the only en-US human contact local seniors en-US get during the day.en-US For more information, call en-USNotesen-USFrom page A1en-US Seeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A8

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en-USOrmond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill A-7 Touch. Taste. Sight. Smell. Sound. All important. The last one, sound, is what Florida State Hearing Aids specializes in.Owner Julie Pruitt opened Florida State Hearing Aids Inc. in 2004 in order to bring a more affordable and wider variety of hearing aids to my clientele, she said. Ms Pruitt is assisted by Patient Care Coordinator Samantha Carpenter whose job is to schedule patients appointments, pre-authorizations, billing, and assist with the cleaning and maintenance of hearing aids. She has been with Florida State Hearing Aids for six years, working an additional eight years with Ms Pruitt before that. When asked what makes her business unique, Ms. Pruitt said, My business gives individual one on one service to every client. You wont walk in two weeks after you purchase your hearing aids and get a random person that doesnt really care about you at all, they dont know you, they didnt test or fit you, and you feel left out in the cold. There is a lot of competition in the newspapers advertising low, low prices on hearing aids, she said. The problem is in the small print. I dont do bait and switch ads. It is insulting to todays consumer. FREE or discounted hearing aids for GEHA, APWU, Federal employees, Empire Plan, Epic and local insurances. We also Veterans. 1808 W. International Speedway Blvd. Daytona (Next to Jersey Mikes) Corner of Bill France & International Spdwy, Across from the speedway. 2015 2015 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2016 2016 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S A Sound Choice with Florida State Hearing Aids OPEN DURING CONSTRUCTION Reach Digital[ company you trust + services your business needs ] (n) Individualized digital marketing solution custom built to t your business, needs, and budget.Services:Google Ads Social Media Ads Facebook Page Management Website Design Good Rankings (SEO) And More!Call us at 386.322.5900 and mention this ad for a free consultation to determine your unique business needs.REACH MORE CUSTOMERS REACH YOUR CUSTOMERS Jacob Barr PT, DPT, MTC, CEAS, CHT Doctor of Physical Therapy, Manual Therapy Certified Owner/Private Practice1425 Hand Ave, Suite H Ormond Beach Extended Hours M-F 7a-6:30p Sat. by appt. Phone 386-673-3535 barrandassociatesphysicaltherapy.com Member of : American Academy of Orthopedic Manipulative TherapistsAmerican Physical Therapy Associations Florida Physical Therapy Association National Osteoporosis FoundationLocal Sponsor of National Osteoporosis Foundation Support Group.One on One Appointments Hands on Approach Manual Therapy Certified Certified Hand Therapist The Alter G Antigravity Treadmill386-673-3535Did You Know? At Barr & Associates we also treat... JAW PAIN At Barr & Associates we treat a wide variety of ailments Osteoporosis Parkinsons Disease Vertigo Headaches Carpal Tunnel Business News en-USHospital chain selects en-US government affairs en-US directoren-USKelly Ferguson has been en-US selected to serve as director of en-US public and government affairs en-US for Florida Hospital in Flagler, en-US Lake and Volusia counties. en-US Ms. Ferguson will represent en-US Florida Hospital at various en-US government, business and en-US community events and is en-US responsible for planning, supen-US -en-US porting and implementing en-US government and public affairs en-US efforts for Florida Hospital en-US DeLand, Fish Memorial in en-US Orange City, Memorial Medien-US-en-US cal Center in Daytona Beach en-US and Florida Hospital New en-US Smyrna.en-US She has 25 years of experien-US -en-US ence in government and en-US non-profit en-US developen-US -en-US ment and en-US manageen-US -en-US ment. She en-US was chief en-US executive en-US officer of en-US WORC Inc., en-US a local en-US non-profit en-US organization en-US that provided en-US workforce en-US development services to adults en-US with disabilities. She also was en-US the executive director of the en-US FUTURES Foundation for en-US Volusia County Schools. Most en-US recently, she worked as a Realen-US-en-US tor in St. Johns, Flagler and en-US Volusia. en-US A Daytona Beach resident, en-US she earned a bachelors degree en-US in English with a minor in en-US communications from Florida en-US State University.en-USNASCAR announces en-US leadership promotionsen-USNASCAR recently en-US announced Gene Stefanyshyn en-US will lead the sports internaen-US-en-US tional efforts as senior vice en-US president and chief internaen-US -en-US tional officer; John Probst has en-US been promoted to vice presien-US -en-US dent, innovation and racing en-US development, John Bobo has en-US been promoted to vice presien-US -en-US dent, racing operations, and en-US Scott Prime has been promoten-US -en-US ed to vice president, strategic en-US development. en-USLicensing office opensen-USFirst Ormond Tag Agency en-US will host a grand opening from en-US 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, June en-US 8, in Suite 5C at 175 S. Nova en-US Road, Ormond Beach.en-US Located in Nova Shoppes, en-US the office will offer extended en-US weekday and Saturday hours. en-US It will provide customers with en-US a quick and easy option for tag en-US and title help among other seren-US -en-US vices. en-US There will be food and refreshments. en-USDIS hosting job fairs en-US for Coke Zero 400en-US weekenden-USDaytona International en-US Speedway and Americrown en-US Service Corp. will host job en-US fairs for anyone interested in en-USSeeen-US en-US BUSINESS,en-US page A8 en-USTen-UShe growth in construcen-US -en-US tion and manufacturing en-US jobs, and the continuing en-US influx of retirees and tourists, in en-US Volusia County has helped en-US spark growth in other job en-US sectors, such as retail trade, en-US leisure and hospitality, and en-US education and health services.en-USWith the final employment en-US numbers coming in for 2017 en-US in Volusia from the Quarterly en-US Census of Employment and en-US Wages, there were some en-US disturbing trends that may en-US have carried over into 2018. en-US White-collar jobs in business en-US and professional services, en-US financial activities and en-US government declined last year.en-US On the plus side, average en-US occupational wages were up a en-US healthy 3.1 percent from 2016 en-US as there was enough job en-US growth to force them to go up. en-US Employers are continuing to en-US struggle with hiring this year, en-US especially in the retail trade en-US and hospitality sectors.en-US The disappearance of en-US white-collar jobs is extremely en-US concerning, though. While en-US you could joke about it being en-US too hot to wear a suit every en-US day in East Central Florida, en-US and who needs more lawyers en-US anyway, those suits are a vital en-US part of any local economy. en-US Volusia has always suffered en-US because of its proximity to the en-US Orlando area with white-colen-US -en-US lar jobs paying higher there. en-US So, you may know a lot of en-US professionals, but ask how en-US many of them commute out of en-US the county every day. en-US The banking industry has en-US been streamlining for the past en-US few years now. Just take a look en-US around at all the empty bank en-US buildings. The only thing that en-US has been growing is credit en-US union offices, which operate en-US with bare-bones staffs.en-US Government is a bit of a en-US head scratcher. Usually a en-US growing population means en-US growing government jobs, but en-US they declined in 2017, and en-US they probably have done no en-US better his year. en-US There is come hope on the en-US horizon. With Brown & en-US Brown Inc. and Security First en-US both building big new en-US headquarters, the number of en-US white-collar jobs should go en-US up. But its going to take other en-US firms stepping up for us to get en-US fully up to speed.en-US ***en-US Something to keep an eye en-US on is whatever it is Van Trust en-US is up to in Daytona Beach. en-US The company built the big en-US new distribution center for B. en-US Braun and seems to be en-US sticking around to do more en-US development. It has plans for a en-US big warehouse on Mason en-US Avenue extension near the en-US Trader Joes distribution center en-US and is laying the groundwork, en-US so to speak, for a huge en-US industrial area on Clyde en-US Morris Boulevard, just south en-US of LPGA Boulevard. Whatever en-US the company is up to, it is en-US probably going to be big.en-US ***en-US A couple of new items for en-US Ormond Beach: The standstill en-US is over for the Zaxbys on West en-US Granaden-US a Boulevard. A St. en-US Augustine company bought en-US the building site for $750,000 en-US and immediately started en-US construction. Also, a motel is en-US now on the drawing board en-US with an Extended Stay en-US American planned for en-US Interchange Boulevard, next en-US to the Baymont Inn & Suites.en-US Managing Editor Cecil G. en-US Brumley has been tracking en-US business and the economy in en-US Volusia County for more than en-US 21 years. Contact him at en-US cbrumley@hometowen-US nnewsol.en-US com (no hyphens) en-US or follow en-US him on Twitter en-US@cecilbrumley.en-USJob growth needs some buttoning down VOLUSIA en-USBUSINESSen-USCECIL G. en-US BRUMLEY en-USMs.en-US Ferguson

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en-USA-8 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USI en-USwas watching the news the en-US other night and was en-US surprised to hear one of our en-US Florida tax collection offices is en-US now accepting Bitcoin for the en-US payment of auto tags and en-US licenses. en-USPredictably the reporter en-US asked some everyday people en-US what Bitcoin was and they en-US didnt have a clue!en-US Honestly its a hard concept en-US to grasp. Bitcoin isnt a en-US physical, tangible item. It is a en-US form of electronic cash speen-US -en-US cifically, cryptocurrency en-US created on the Internet.en-US There are other en-US cryptocuren-US -en-US rencies, such as Ethereum and en-US Litecoin, but Bitcoin is en-US probably the most recognized. en-US Its actually been around for en-US several years now. You can en-US buy, sell or trade Bitcoin, and, en-US of course, in some situations, en-US you can use it to make en-US purchases. Bitcoins value en-US has fluctuated wildly since its en-US inception. At the time I am en-US writing this column, the cost en-US of one Bitcoin is $8,26en-US 1!en-US Another important concept en-US to understand when talking en-US about cryptocurrencies is en-US whats called blockchain. Im en-US going to rely on Wikipedia for en-US a little help on the definition. en-US A blockchain . is a continuen-US -en-US ously growing list of records, en-US called blocks, which are linked en-US and secured using cryptograen-US -en-US phy. Each block typically en-US contains a cryptographic hash en-US of the previous block, a en-US timestamp and transaction en-US data. By design, a blockchain en-US is inherently resistant to en-US modification of the data.en-US Simply stated, the blocken-US -en-US chain is like a high-tech en-US computer-based ledger that en-US records all transactions with en-US no bank involvement. What en-US are the benefits? Supposedly, en-US unalterable information that en-US can be transparent or restricten-US -en-US ed in accessibility, better en-US security, and much faster en-US transaction times. (An en-US example: a check might take en-US three days to clear at a bank, en-US but only seconds to clear using en-US Blockchain technology.)en-US Cryptocurrency has its en-US proponents and opponents. en-US Personally I remain skeptical. en-US Because its still in its infancy, en-US there are inherent dangers. I en-US mentioned then-US ere are several en-US cryptocurrencies that have en-US been created. This opens the en-US door to fraudsters who could en-US create, and market, a new type en-US of currency only to close shop en-US and take the real money and en-US run. en-US Volatility is something we en-US mentioned earlier, also. The en-US value of a cryptocurrency en-US could be $1,000 at purchase, en-US but $600 when you go to use, en-US sell or trade it. en-US Lastly there are security en-US issues to consider. People who en-US have purchased cryptocurrenen-US -en-US cy need to store it someen-US -en-US where. Thaten-US somewhere, of en-US course, is online. It is certainly en-US possible for hackers to en-US compromise accounts and en-US steal a persons cryptocurrenen-US -en-US cy; in fact, it has already en-US happened.en-US Because all of this is so new, en-US governments, financial en-US institutions, regulators and en-US taxing authorities are still en-US scrambling to adjust their en-US processes and procedures. en-US Regulators, of course, do not en-US want the public to be taken en-US advantage of, and taxing en-US authorities, as you would en-US expect, want to assure they get en-US their fair share when the en-US values of cryptocurrencies en-US surge en-US and profits are realized. en-US Willen-US Bitcoin thrive and en-US become the onlen-US y currency en-US used globally? Its anyones en-US guess. I doubt it. Blockchain, en-US however, once fully trusted en-US and integrated by the business en-US community, could be a en-US keeper. Then-US at being said, its en-US integration is probably still en-USseveral years away.en-US David D. Holland, a en-US Certified Financial Planner en-US practitioner, hosts a weekly TV en-US show Mondays on WDSC en-US Channel 15 at 7 p.m. He has en-US also authoen-US red two books in his en-US Confessions of a Financial en-US Planner series. Mr. Holland en-US offers investment advice en-US through Holland Advisory en-US Services Inc., a registered en-US investment adviser in Ormond en-US Beach. He can ben-US e contacted at en-US (386) 671-7526. Email en-US financial questions to en-USquesen-US-en-US tions@planstronger.com. Everybody do your part en-USRandy Barber/staff photographeren-USAnne Ruby of Daytona Beach and her neighbor Max Murphy, left, volunteer en-US to pick up trash along Vine Street during the Zone 5 Community Clean Up at en-US the Yvonne Scarlett Golden Cultural & Educational Center on Saturday, May en-US 12.Up Daytona Beach University hosted the event.en-USWhat the heck is Bitcoin? PLAN en-USSTRONGERen-USDAVID D. en-US HOLLAND en-USworking during the Coke Zero en-US 400 weekend, July 5-7.en-US The hiring event will be at en-US DIS from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saten-US -en-US urday, June 9.en-US Applicants can enter DIS at en-US the intersection of Internaen-US -en-US tional Speedway and Fentress en-US boulevards and park in front en-US of the Axalta Injector. Applien-US -en-US cants can also apply online. en-US Positions available include en-US ushers, ticket takers, guest seren-US -en-US vices booth fan crew, tram en-US drivers, ambassadors and en-US attendants.en-US Americrown, a subsidiary of en-US International Speedway Corp. en-US and provider of catering, and en-US food and beverage concesen-US -en-US sions, will host a hiring event en-US from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, en-US June 15, at 525 Fentress Blvd., en-US Daytona Beach. Positions en-US available include supervisors, en-US cooks, bartenders, servers, en-US runners and dishwashers.en-USDental practiceen-US opening en-US at Tarragona Shoppesen-USAffordable Dentures & en-US Implants, A Berkshire Parten-US-en-US ners company, has signed a en-US lease for 2,917 square feet of en-US space at Tarragona Shoppes, en-US 1173 W. International Speeden-US -en-US way Blvd., Daytona Beach.en-US Affordable Dentures & en-US Implants joins Dunkin en-US Donuts, iFixScreens, Marcos en-US Pizza, and Valencia Nail & en-US Spa. Other retail and office en-US space is available en-US John W. Trost of SVN Allien-US -en-US ance Commercial Real Estate en-US Advisors represented the landen-US-en-US lord, Speedway Blvd. Investors en-US LLC, and Patrick Wagor of en-US Atlantic Retail represented the en-US tenant.en-US For more information about en-US the business, visit en-USafforden-US -en-US abledentures.com.en-USIssues breakfasten-US focuses on tourismen-USThe Daytona Chamber of en-US Commerce will host Eggs & en-US Issues at 7:30 a.m. Thursday, en-US June 14, at LPGA Internationen-US -en-US al, 1000 Champions Drive, en-US Daytona Beach.en-US The topic will be tourism en-US attractions and the impact on en-US the local economy. Featured en-US speakers will be Ryan Keur, en-US Daytona Tortugas; Tracy en-US Marino, Daytona Beach Symen-US-en-US phony Society; and Ginger en-US Adair, Volusia County Envien-US -en-US ronmental Management. en-US To register, visit Daytonaen-US -en-US chamber.com/events. en-US For en-US questions, call Ken Phelps at en-US (386) 523-3675.en-USUrgent care clinic en-US openingen-USThe Ormond Beach Chamen-US -en-US ber of Commerce will host a en-US ribbon-cutting ceremony at 4 en-US p.m. Thursday, June 14, for en-US Florida Hospital CentraCare, en-US 1245 W. Granada Blvd., en-US Ormond Beach.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 677-3454.en-USBusinessen-USFrom page A7en-US(386) 253-4700, ext. 239.en-USBasic boating classen-USAmericas Boating Club is en-US presenting an ABC Safe Boaten-US -en-US ing Class from 9 a.m. to 3:30 en-US p.m. Saturdays, June 16 and en-US June 23, at Halifax River Yacht en-US Club Chart Room, 331 South en-US Beach St., Daytona Beach. en-US Course materials are $35 per en-US student. Couples can share en-US materials with a 50 percent en-US discount for second students. en-US For a reservation, call Don en-US Roman at (386) 453-6456 or en-US emailen-US andanteroman@mac. com. en-USVeterans post seeks en-US speakersen-USThe Father Charles Waters en-US Post 1962 of the Catholic War en-US Veterans is looking for speaken-US -en-US ers or entertainers for their en-US meetings at 2 p.m. the last en-US Monday of the month at 1962 en-US Mason Ave.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 255-3814 or email en-US fatherjohnwashington1944@en-US yahoo.com. en-USNotesen-USFrom page A6en-US Seeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A10

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en-USOrmond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill A-9en-USProject SEARCH en-US students get diplomasen-USEight en-US Project SEARCH en-US Volusia County students en-US received their high school en-US diplomas during a morning en-US ceremony May 23 at Halifax en-US Health Medical Center of en-US Daytona Beach. en-US This is the programs second en-US graduating class in Volusia en-US County.en-US The graduates, who were en-US enrolled in Volusia County en-US Schools Exceptional Student en-US Education program, had comen-US-en-US pleted their senior year at their en-US respective local high school, en-US but had their diploma deferred en-US for a year of special job-en-US coached internships at Halifax en-US Health and other community en-US job sites. en-US Several of the graduates en-US have jobs waiting for them en-US with local businesses, includen-US-en-US ing Brittany Sanchez, Halifax en-US Health Dietary Department; en-US Zachary Hall, Cobb Theatres; en-US James Ullery, Boston Market; en-US Alex Cobean, Chevrolet dealen-US -en-US ership; Justin Baumgardner, en-US Taco Bell; and Capreisha en-US Massey, Good Samaritan. en-US Graduates Justin Alfano and en-US Kaylee Moritz are inen-US the proen-US -en-US cess of securing employment.en-USDSC offers en-US Enrollment Dayen-USDaytona Sten-US ate College will en-US offer an easy-access, no-cost en-US session next month to make en-US registration a simple one-stop en-US process.en-US Enrollment Day will be en-US from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, en-US June 9, on the colleges Daytoen-US -en-US na Beach Campus in the en-US Wetherell Center (Building en-US 100), 1200 W. International en-US Speedway Blvd.en-US This is an opportunity for en-US students to complete everyen-US -en-US thing from admission to regisen-US-en-US tration for summer and fall en-US classes. en-US DSC also will have extended en-US registration hours for summer en-US and fall classes to Aug. 3:en-US Daytona Beach Campus: 8 en-US a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday to en-US Thursdayen-US DeLand Campus: 8 a.m. to en-US 6 p.m., Tuesday & Thursdayen-US Deltona Campus: 8 a.m. to en-US 6 p.m., Monday & Wednesdayen-US New Smyrna Beach-Edgeen-US-en-US water Campus: 8 a.m. to 6 en-US p.m., Monday & Tuesdayen-US For information, email en-US Admissions@Den-US aytonaState.en-US edu en-US or call (386) 506-4471.en-USDSC seeking mascoten-USDaytona State College is en-US offering the Falcon Spirit en-US Scholarship to the winner of en-US an audition for Freddie Falen-US-en-US con, the school mascot.en-US Auditions will be from 11 en-US a.m.-1 p.m. Wednesday, June en-US 20, in Room 154 at Lenholt en-US Student Center, 1200 W. Interen-US -en-US national Speedway Blvd., Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach.en-US The mascot gets a $1,000 en-US scholarship. en-US For more information, call en-US Suzette Cameron at (386) 506-en-US 4506 or email suzette.cameren-US -en-US on@daytonstate.edu.en-USBank donates $5,000 en-US to DSC centeren-USBank of American has en-US donated $5,000 to the Center en-US for Women and Men at Daytoen-US -en-US na State College. en-US The grant will support proen-US -en-US grams and services, including en-US Fresh Start, which aids adults en-US seeking to establish a new en-US career through education.en-USDSC opens Workforce en-US Training Lab en-USDaytona State College en-US marked the opening of a en-US Workforce Tren-US aining Lab at its en-US New Smyrna Beach-Edgewaen-US-en-US ter Campus with regional en-US business leaders and officials en-US May 23.en-US The new lab is designed for en-US entry-level training in a range en-USof skills for high-demand en-US industries. en-US The courses, taught by en-US industry professionals and en-US DSC faculty, are approved by en-US Career Source Flagler/Volusia, en-US with financial assistance and en-US job placement help available en-US for qualified students.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 506-4461 en-USor emailen-US Frank.en-US Mercer@DaytonaState.edu.en-USDuke Energy donates en-US $30,000 to FUTURESen-USDuke Energy Foundation en-US has donated $30,000 to en-US FUTURES en-US Foundation for en-US Volusia County Schools for an en-US Enviro STEM initiative in en-US Volusia County Public en-US Schools. en-US The initiative includes Projen-US-en-US ect IBIS (Investigating Biomes en-US In Science), a STEM learning en-US module at Spruce Creek Park en-US in Port Orange; teacher mini-en-US grants focused on solar and en-US alternative energy sources; en-US and teacher STEM training en-US workshops to enhance eleen-US-en-US mentary and secondary level en-US teachers focus on STEM projen-US -en-US ects within their classrooms. en-US With this years commiten-US-en-US ment, Duke has granted more en-US than $200,000 to FUTURES en-US for this project in en-USthe past seven-US-en-US eral years. en-USWinners of local writing en-US contest announced en-USThe winners of the True en-US Meaning of Memorial Day en-US Youth Essay Contest were en-US named by Lohman Funeral en-US Homes Monday May 28. en-US A total of 118 essay entries en-US were receen-USived this year from en-US students enrolled in Volusia en-US County public, private, charter en-US and home schools. en-US Finalists were announced en-US during the annual Memorial en-US Day Patriotic Remembrance at en-US Daytona Memorial Park. en-US In the middle school divien-US -en-US sion, $500 was awarded to first en-US place winner William Cross of en-US St. Brendans Catholic School; en-US $200 was awarded to first runen-US-en-US ner-up Mia Freeman of Basilien-US-en-US ca School of St. Paul; and $100 en-US was awarded to second runen-US -en-US ner-up, Isaiah Yaryan of St. en-US Brendans.en-US In the high school division, en-US $500 was awarded to first en-US place winner Summer Lynn en-US Davis of Mainland High en-US School; $200 was awarded to en-US first runner-up Taylor Bushen-US -en-US man of Spruce Creek High en-US School; aen-US nd $100 was awarded en-US to second runner-up, Kiara en-US Goff of Mainland. exp 8/31/2018 exp 8/31/2018 exp 8/31/2018VALPLAST FLEXIBLE PARTIAL Takes up to two weeks to make$950OWNER/DENTIST DR. 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MemberF.U.N. Member PAULS COINS 2015 2015 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2016 2016 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 512018 1967 0% APR FOR 36 MONTHS ON A NEW CARRIER AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM ask dealer for details We thank the consumers of Volusia County for allowing us the opportunity to service their air conditioning and heating needs for the past 51 years. We are committed to satisfying our customers and look forward to serving them in the future. We sincerely appreciate your business.Our specialists meet the highest standards of professionalism and technological expertise. Providing Sales, Service and Installation Since 1967 Flair Air Conditioning has been serving the air conditioning needs of Volusia & Flagler counties. R E A D E R S C H O I C E 2012 2016 2012 2016 (386)767-3900 www.flairairconditioning.com24 HR. EMERGENCY SERVICEState Certified CACO12263 School News

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Laminates 99 sq.ft. Vinyl Plank $2.45 sq.ft. SPRING CLEANING! OVERSTOCK MUST GO! Tile Starting at $1.00 Carpet $1.00 sq.ft. Backsplash Tile $5.00 per sheet In-Stock Only Installation Available While Supplies last Health News en-USCops, Coffee & en-US Conversation planneden-US en-USFlorida Health Care Plans en-US will host the Holly Hill Police en-US Departments Cops, Coffee & en-US Conversation from 9:30 to en-US 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, June 12, at en-US 471 S. Nova Road, Ormond en-US Beach.en-US Community members will en-US have an opportunity to have a en-US cup of coffee and donuts with en-US members of the Holly Hill en-US Police Department as they disen-US-en-US cuss safety awareness topics, en-US crime prevention tips and en-US community programs.en-USBeyond Bariatricsen-USEast Coast Bariatrics will en-US host a support group for all en-US post-op weight-loss surgery en-US patients who are more than en-US one-year post-surgery at 6 en-US p.m. Tuesday, June 5, in France en-US Tower Room F at 303 N. Clyde en-US Morris Blvd., Daytona Beach. en-US For more information, call en-US Tami Salyerds at (386) 481-en-US 6776 or email en-US tami.salyerds@en-US halifax.org.en-USBipolar and depression en-US support group offereden-USA bipolar and depression en-US support group will meet from en-US 3 to 4 p.m. Wednesdays and en-US Thursdays at Halifax Health en-US Medical Center Fountain en-US Building, East Entrance, 303 en-US N. Clyde Morris Blvd., Daytoen-US -en-US na Beach en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 254-4080.en-USBariatrics information en-US session slateden-USEast Coast Bariatrics at Halen-US -en-US ifax Health will host a free en-US information session at 6 p.m. en-US Thursdays in June at France en-US Tower, 303 N. Clyde Morris en-US Blvd., Daytona Beach.en-US Reservations are required. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 238-3205.en-USHealthy Livingen-USThe Ormond Beach Family en-US YMCA Healthy Living Center en-US and Halifax Health will host en-US several activities at 500 Steren-US -en-US thaus Drive. en-US Breastfeeding support group en-US will meet from 10 a.m. to noon en-US Wednesdays. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 425-5210 or visiten-US vfymca.en-US org/hlc. en-USAA meetingsen-USAlcoholics Anonymous en-US offers meeting in all of Volusia en-US County. en-US For more information, visiten-US en-US aadaytona.orgen-US or call the en-US hotline at (386) 756-2930.en-USCOPD education class en-US offereden-USCOPD education and pulen-US -en-US monary rehabilitation class en-US will be from 2 to 3 p.m. Tuesen-US -en-US day, June 12, at Halifax Health, en-US 201 Building Conference en-US Room, 201 N. Clyde Morris en-US Blvd., Daytona Beach.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 425-4644.en-USOpiate problem en-US worseningen-USNarconon reminds families en-US the opiate problem is continuen-US -en-US ing to get worse and is now en-US considered a syndemic.en-US To learn more about the en-US nations crisis, visit naren-US -en-US conon-suncoast.org/blog/opien-US -en-US oid-crisis-now-considen-US -en-US ered-a-syndemic.html.en-US For more information, call en-US (877) 841-5509 for free screenen-US -en-US ings or referrals.en-USTools to Quit smokingen-USA free Tools to Quit smoken-US -en-US ing class will meet from 5:30 to en-US 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 22, at en-US Florida Hospital Memorial, en-US 301 Memorial Medical Parken-US -en-US way, Daytona Beach.en-US There will be free patches, en-US lozenges, gum, quit plan, en-US workbook, water bottle and en-US stress ball.en-US For more information or to en-US register, call Northeast Florida en-US AHEC at (904) 482-0189.en-USSeniors donate en-US to youth programen-USA summer youth sponsoren-US -en-US ship program launched by the en-USDaytona Beach Cultural & en-US Leisure Services Department en-US has gained the support of hunen-US -en-US dreds of seniors. en-US The Golden Oasis at Yvonne en-US Scarlett-Golden Cultural & en-US Educational Center donated en-US funds to help pay for Daytona en-US Beach youth ages 5-16 to en-US attend the citys eight week en-US summer program.en-US Anyone wishing to sponsor en-US a child can call Cultural & Leien-US-en-US sure Services at (386) 671-en-US 8337.en-USHumane society en-US competing for grantsen-US Halifax Humane Society is en-US competing for part of $100,000 en-US in grants.en-US The Animal Rescue Site and en-US GreaterGood.org are giving en-US away thousands in grants to en-US eligible shelters across the en-US country in a new Shelter Chalen-US-en-US lenge contest, and Halifax en-US Humane Society is eligible to en-US win. en-US To vote, supporters can to en-US the Shelter Challenge website en-US at bit.ly/2H0vKyt and vote en-US forHalifax Humane Society en-US every day.en-USNotesen-USFrom page A8

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en-USOrmond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill A-11 Scooters Walkers Ramps Wheelchairs Scooter Lifts Lift ChairsFlexible Rental Programs Daily Weekly Monthly Daytona Beachs Only On Site Maintenance & Repair Facility Most Parts In StockTravel Scooters 3 and 4 Wheel Walkers Trailer Hitches Running Boards Power Chairs Americas Mobility Solution 386-672-1990 www.LiftCentral.net 1873 N. Nova Rd., Holly Hill www.DaytonaLifts.com since 2007 en-USCatch of the week en-USPhoto courtesy of Noah Bigmanen-USSusie Bigman of Edgewater caught a red drum and en-US snook on live shrimp in a deep cut in Edgewater. If en-US youd like to show off your Catch of the Week, send en-US a jpeg format photo with your name, hometown en-US and where you caught the fish to newsdy-@homeen-US -en-US townnewsol.com.en-USSports Briefsen-USOpen Gymen-USOpen Gym will be from 6-8 en-US p.m. Fridays, June 8, 15 and en-US 22, at the Ormond Beach en-US Gymnastics Center, 432 N. en-US Nova Road, for anyone en-US between the ages of 8-21.en-US A waiver to participate en-US must be signed. The cost is $5 en-US per participant.en-US Register at 399 N. U.S. 1 or en-US at ormondbeach.org. Regisen-US-en-US trations will also be accepted en-US at the door.en-US For more informaen-US -en-US tion, call (386) 676-3250. en-USBasketball campen-USDaytona Beach Cultural & en-US Leisure Services Department en-US will host a 2018 Summer en-US Youth Basketball Camp for en-US boys and girls ages 8 to 14 en-US from 5:30 to 9 p.m. July 16-20.en-US The camp features individen-US -en-US ual instruction, a 3-on-3 touren-US -en-US nament and a shooting chamen-US-en-US pionship. Campers will get en-US T-shirts, official-sized basketen-US-en-US balls, and certificates and/or en-US prizes.en-US Children will focus on en-US exploring the fundamentals en-US of basketball, such as defense, en-US shooting, passing, and proper en-US form. The Skillz and Drillz en-US basketball camp will be taught en-US by Terry Johnson, a former en-US Stetson University athlete, en-US Bethune-Cookman Universien-US-en-US ty graduate and founder of en-US Baldy Athletics Inc., and Staen-US -en-US cey Beckton, a former B-CU en-US coach.en-US Camp registration is open en-US through June 15 at Daytona en-US Beach City Hall, 301 S. Ridgen-US -en-US wood Ave., Room 165. Proen-US -en-US gram fee is $125 per camper. en-US For more information, visiten-US en-US codb.us/activities en-US or call en-US (386) 671-8337.en-USKing of the Inlet en-US Offshore Fishing en-US Tournamentsen-USThe final weekend of the en-US three-tournament King of the en-US Inlet will be June 8-10.en-US All tournaments are one-en-US day offshore fishing events for en-US wahoo, dolphin and king en-US mackerel. en-US King of the Inlet is three en-US tournaments with the grand en-US prize based on the most en-US points accumulated from all en-US three tournaments one fish en-US per species, 10 points per en-US pound. en-US Captains registration will en-US be at 6 p.m. Friday, June 8, at en-US Off The Hook at Inlet Harbor, en-US 133 Inlet Harbor, Ponce Inlet.en-US Fishing via Ponce Inlet will en-US be Saturday. Weigh-in starts en-US at 4 p.m. Awards will be 5 en-US p.m. Sunday at the restaurant.en-US For more information, call en-US or email (386) 804-2590, en-US Pete@KingoftheInlet.com, en-US (en-US386) 822-3427 or en-US Ann@Kinen-US-en-US goftheInlet.com.en-USTortugas will battle en-US Cardinals, Metsen-USThe Daytona Tortugas will en-US face the Palm Beach Cardien-US -en-US nals and the St. Lucie Mets on en-US the road June 8 to June 17.en-US The team returns home en-US Monday, June 18. after the en-US All-Star game Saturday, June en-US 16, in Tampa. en-US The Daytona Tortugas play en-US at Jackie Robinson Ballpark, en-US 105 E. Orange Ave., Daytona en-US Beach. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 257-3172 or visit en-US milb.en-US com.en-USOrmond Beach YMCA en-US Triathlon June 23en-USOrmond Beach Family en-US YMCA Triathlon will be at 7 en-US a.m. Saturday, June 23, at en-US Birthplace of Speed Park, 21 en-US Ocean Shore Blvd.en-US Presented by Halifax en-US Health, this is the second en-US Sprint Triathlon, part of the en-USLive Your Life Well Series.en-US It includes a 300-yard en-US ocean swim, 10-mile bike ride en-US through the Ormond Scenic en-US Loop and a three-mail beach en-US run.en-US Entry fee is $62 through en-US June 21 and $72 after June 21. en-US Relay entry fee is $82 through en-US June 21 and $100 after June en-US 21. Packet pickup will be from en-US 4 to 6 p.m. Friday, June 22, at en-US the YMCA, 500 Sterthaus en-US Blvd.en-US Register online at vfymca.en-US org or at the YMCA.en-US For more information, conen-US -en-US tact Mica Lill aten-US mlill@vfymen-US-en-US ca.org en-US or (386) 425-5210.en-USServiceman will en-US compete in Warrior en-US Gamesen-USU.S. Navy Lt. Cmdr. Robert en-US Fry of New Smyrna Beach en-US will join more than 250 serien-US -en-US ously wounded, ill and en-US injured service members and en-US veterans at the 2018 Departen-US -en-US ment of Defense Warrior en-US Games through June 9 at the en-US U.S. Air Force Academy in en-US Colorado Springs, Colo.en-US Lt. Cmdr. Fry will compete en-US against athletes from the en-US Army, Marine Corps, Navy, en-US Coast Guard, Air Force, Speen-US-en-US cial Operations Command, en-US Australia, Canada and the en-US United Kingdom.en-US He will compete in shooten-US-en-US ing, track, swimming, and en-US rowing. en-USFitness Newsen-USSenior center en-USOrmond Beach Council on en-US Aging Senior Center, 351 en-US Andrews St., offers these exeren-US -en-US cise programs.en-US New Balance & Stability, en-US 8:45 a.m. Tuesday. Fee is $5. en-US Registration is required. en-US Chair Yoga Stretch, 9:45 to en-US 10:20 a.m. Tuesday. Fee is $5. en-US Cardio & Strength Proen-US -en-US gram, 8:30 a.m. to 9:20 p.m. en-US Monday and Wednesday. en-US Hand-held weights needed.en-US For all programs, wear en-US sneakers and bring a bottled en-US water.en-US For more information or a en-US reservation, call (585) 738-en-US 5111 or emailen-US en-US colleensfiten-US -en-US ness@gmail.comen-US .en-USOrmond library offers en-US chair yoga en-USSusan Royal will lead chair en-US yoga sessions at the Ormond en-US Beach Regional Library, 30 S. en-US Beach St., at 11 a.m. Monday, en-US May 21. en-US The class can benefit experien-US -en-USSeeen-US en-US FITNESS,en-US page A12

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Dr. Jacob Barr, Physical Therapist Titleist Performance Institute Certified1425 Hand Ave, Suite H Ormond Beach 386-673-3535 barrandassociatesphysicaltherapy.com Titleist Performance Institute Golf SeminarsImprove exibility, strength, balance, coordination, distance, decrease pain Wednesday June 13th 5:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m.call to reserve seating South Course: 550 Sea Duck Dr. Daytona Beach 386.788.GOLF (4653) North Course: 350 Pelican Bay Dr. Daytona Beach 386.756.0040 2016 2016 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Call now for a tee time! 2018 Summer Golf Pass North & South Courses 7 Days A Week Includes Cart 50% OFF Driving Range 10% O Pro Shop Merchandise June, July & August $750 Only $8.15 per day! BILOXI CASINOS Call for more information 1-877-498-33103680 SE 26th Ave., Ocala, FL 34471 www.LauraKaneTravel.comSOT #36723 July 23-26 & Aug. 27-30 Bus picks ups in Titusville, New Smyrna, Daytona & Palm Coast INCLUDES Round trip deluxe motor coach 3 Nights Accommodations $55 in FREE Slot Play $25 from the Beau Rivage $15 from the Golden Nugget $15 from the Palace $30 Meal Vouchers GRATUITY FOR HOSTESS & DRIVER INCLUDED $249 pp/dbl Book now for Thanksgiving & Christmas enced yogis as well as seniors en-USand those struggling with hip, en-US knee and other types of joint en-US pain. en-US Reservations are required; en-US call (386) 676-4191, option 4.en-USSchnebly Centeren-USDaytona Cultural & Leisure en-US Services offers fitness proen-US-en-US grams at Peggy Schnebly Recen-US-en-US reation Center at 1101 N. en-US Atlantic Ave.en-US Seniorcise, 9 to 9:45 a.m. en-US Mondays. The cost is $3en-US Free Video Exercise, 3 to en-US 7:30 p.m. Mondays and 8:30 en-US a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Thursdays. en-US Free Cardio Drumming, 9 en-US to 9:45 a.m. Tuesdays and 4 to en-US 4:45 p.m. Thursdaysen-US Yoga, 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesdays. en-US The cost is $10.en-US Tai Chi, 10:15 to 11:30 a.m. en-US for those interested in becomen-US-en-US ing Tai Chi instructors or masen-US -en-US ters. The cost is $20. en-US For more information or to en-US register, call (386) 671-3560 or en-US visiten-US codb.us/activities.en-USIen-USn my recent column about en-US the dust up over the Shiloh en-US Marsh, I mentioned en-US Haulover Canal. en-USWhenever that name makes en-US it into a column, I know that it en-US will be followed by inquiries en-US about what and where it may en-US be. First off, let me say the en-US name is a generic one used all en-US across North America. Any en-US place where there are rivers, en-US lakes or swaen-US mps that need to en-US be connected, invariably a en-US haul over will happen. en-US It is just what it sounds like en-US a place where boaters must en-US carry their vessels over land to en-US reach the next body of water. en-US Usually a hauen-US l over canal is en-US dug to eliminate the carry.en-US Perhaps the most famous en-US one is in Miami, but there are en-US so many it is hard to say. I am en-US not certain, but I believe our en-US own Haulover is in Brevard en-US County, but it could be in the en-US extreme Southeast portion of en-US Volusia County. en-US Many years ago the Indian en-US River ended at a slender strip en-US of land that separated it from en-US Mosquito Lagoon. Early en-US settlers located a place on that en-US peninsula wheen-USre a stream cut en-US into the land from the south en-US and one penetrated from the en-US north. There the mariners en-US could carry their boats a short en-US distance to continue their en-US journey. Of course, een-US ventually en-US they got to work to connect en-US the two. Then a boat could be en-US floated between the two en-US lagoons. That was our original en-US Haulover Canal. en-US For reasons that escape me, en-US when the government decided en-US to dig a proper deep-water en-US cut, the canal was moved en-US about a mile west to its en-US current location. If you have en-US ever been there, you can see it en-US is so obviously man made. en-US The one-quarter-mile canal en-US has the perfectly straight en-US edges Mother Nature does not en-US make. The northern Halifax en-US also was man-made and has en-US the same surveyed shore lines. en-US Over the years, Haulover en-US Canal has become much more en-US than a short cut from one en-US body of water to another. en-US Before the size restrictions on en-US red drum, I caught a 38-inch en-US red fishing from the shore. It en-US also is now famous for black en-US drum and fish over 50 pounds en-US have been caught there. The en-US resident sheeps head are also en-US above average. en-US Near the little bridge and en-US just off the boat ramp below is en-US one of the best manatee en-US viewing areas in the state. At en-US this time of year, you will see en-US them mating, but the canal en-US has them year-round. Very en-US unusual for those temperature en-US sensitive creatures to be in a en-US place like that during the en-US winter. There has to be a en-US spring warming the water to en-US allow the manatees to linger en-US during the cooler months.en-US Naturally when a haul over en-US is dug, it is at the narrowest en-US point of land. For many years, en-US some of us have hoped for an en-US inlet to be excavated on the en-US north peninsula near High en-US Bridge or down south of en-US Turtle Mound. Both of those en-US places could be valuable for en-US the cleansing effect on the en-USinland waterways. Neither is en-US likely to happen. en-US Some years back, a narrow en-US cut was dug across a barrier en-US island at Tomoka State Park to en-US allow a canoe to reach a en-US dead-end waterway. The cut en-US was only 8 feet in length and en-US about 3 feet wide. Now that en-US same cut is 90 feet in width en-US and six feet deep in a place en-US with little tidal flow. When en-US you dig a canal or inlet, you en-US must be very careful of the en-US consequences. The power of en-US nature is difficult to harness.en-US To get to Haulover Canal, en-US go south out of Oak Hill and en-US turn left (east) off U.S. 1 onto en-US Kennedy Parkway and drive en-US for about 7 miles. Once you en-US launch there, you have the en-US option of boating hundreds of en-US miles north or south into a en-US tangle of mangroves and en-US islands seldom seen any place en-US else. en-US en-US Dan Smith has fished the en-US waters of Volusia County for en-US more than 40 years. Email en-US questions and comments to en-US fishwdan@att.net.en-US His book, I en-US Swear the Snook Drowned, is en-US available for purchase for en-US $10.95 at (386) 441-7793.en-USVolusia Countys en-US own Panama Canalen-USFISHING en-US WITH DANen-USDAN SMITH en-USFitnessen-USFrom page A10

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Granada Blvd. ARIES Mar 21/Apr 20 en-USAries, when everything is going en-US your way, you en-US are absolutely en-US glowing. But if things dont come en-US naturally to you, frustration may en-US set in. Find a baen-US lance between en-US the two.en-USTAURUS Apr 21/May 21en-USTaurus, planning stages are en-US over and now youen-US re about to en-US turn your goals into reality. Just en-US be sure to adapt to the changing en-US environment as ten-UShings unfold.en-USGEMINI May 22/Jun 21en-USGemini, you might be seeking en-US ways to help others in need, but en-US you do not have pen-US atience when en-US things take longer than expecten-US -en-US ed. Stick to the pen-USlan and see it en-US through.en-USCANCER Jun 22/Jul 22en-USCancen-USer, it is important to en-US support others goals and the en-US steps they take to achieve them, en-US even if you do not necessarily en-US agree withen-US their formula for en-US success.en-USLEO Jul 23/Aug 23en-USHappiness has less to do with en-US what is haen-USppening in the world en-US and more with your own en-US perceptionen-USs, Leo. Keep this in en-US mind as you move forward in life.en-USVIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22en-USVirgo, challenges at work may en-US be tiring you outen-US. People may en-US seem like they are all over the en-US map instead of working together. en-US Try to get everyoen-USne going in the en-US same direction.en-USLIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23en-USAvoid en-US going too far off in your en-US own direction this week, Libra. en-US Before making any rash en-US decisions, take some time to ask en-US questionen-US s and get answers.en-USSCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22en-USScorpio, if something doesnt en-US initially work to your liking, dont en-US be shy about giving it another go. en-US The challenges ahead will be en-US worth it when you ultimately en-US succeed.en-USSAGITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21en-USYour creativity and emotions en-US are linked this week, Sagittarius. en-US Pour your heart and efforts into en-US a special project that reflects en-US just how you are feeling.en-USThe rain delay is over.en-US The Fox on the Fairway opens Frien-US -en-US day, June 8, at 100 Jessamine Blvd. in en-US Daytona Beach. en-US Daytona Playhouse had to delay its en-US production because of Hurricane Irma en-US last summer.en-US Director Larrie Tiffany and company en-US are teed up to deliver a hole-in-one hit en-US with Ken Ludwigs rollicking comedy, en-US The Fox on the Fairway.en-US A high stakes golf tournament is on en-US tap at the Quail Valley Country Club, en-US where Dickie Bells (Barrie Kite) mood en-US turns uglier than his sweater when arch en-US rival Henry Bingham (Frank Scott), en-US Director of Crouching Squirrel Country en-US Club, spoils Dickies plan to tip the odds en-US in his own favor!en-US A stroke of luck links Dickie to a neren-US -en-US vous, nearly scratch player Justin Hicks en-US (Matt Kennard), smitten with Louise en-US (Stephanie Chelle Siegel), a sweet, en-US young waitress in the tap room. Execuen-US-en-US tive board member Pamela Peabody en-US (Aimee Aballo) adjusts the books and en-US fabricates a convenient lie to facilitate en-US the new recruits last minute entry on en-US the team. Feathers have a clear shot at en-US topping fur for the first time in six years!en-US Distraught Louise is flush with a en-US secret that could shatter Justins deteren-US -en-US mined drive. Binghams feisty wife en-US Muriel (Patricia Miracle) arrives at an en-US inopportune time. She and Pam cant en-US turn a blind eye to Henrys treachery en-US and connect with a couple unexpected en-US right hooks. en-US Show times are 7:30 p.m. June 8, 9, 14, en-US 15 and 16 and 2 p.m. June 10 and 17en-US Tickets are $18 for adults, $16 for en-US seniors 55 and older and $6 for youth.en-US For more informen-US ation or tickets, call en-US the box office at (386) 255-2431 or visit en-US DaytonaPlayhouse.org.en-US Three artists are featured en-US in the en-US Four-Footed & Fancien-US-en-US ful exhibit at Ormond en-US Memorial Art Museum, en-US opening June 8.en-US Adonna Khare is a self-deen-US -en-US scribed animal nerd who en-US produces her best work with en-USthe help of a sock.en-US Her art, featuring the use en-US of carbon pencil on paper, en-US will be on display for the en-US summer-long exhibit, with a en-US public reception from 6 to 8 en-US p.m. Friday, June 8.en-US Rounding out the show en-US will be the collage creations en-US of Cindy Burkett, a New en-US Smyrna Beach artist, and en-US Don Nedoben-US eck, a DeLand en-US artist who creates fun anien-US -en-US mals, especially big, fluffy en-US cats.en-US Museum Director Susan en-US Richmond said combining en-US the three artists in one show en-US is an ideal summer offering.en-US We get a lot of families en-US who come in to the museum en-US while they are on vacation, en-US she said in a news release. en-US This is a perfect show for en-US them.en-US Ms. Khares large creations en-US of whimsical elephants and en-US other creations have en-US enchanted museum guests en-US around the country. In 2012, en-US she won the $200,000 Peoen-US -en-US ples Choice Award at Arten-US -en-US Prize, up against 1,500 artists en-US from around the world.en-US The former Iowa farm girl en-US Friday, June 8en-USMovie Under the Stars: en-US Port en-US Orange Family Days will show en-US Despicable Me 3 at 8:30 p.m. en-US at the Ken Parker Amphitheater en-US at City Center, 1999 City Center en-US Circle. The evening starts at 7:30 en-US p.m. Shades and Kong will be on en-US hand to take pictures. Admission en-US is free. Concessions available. en-US There is plenty of seating en-US available, or bring a blanket or en-US lawn chair.en-US Bandshell Concerts:en-US The 2018 en-US Bandshell Live concert series en-US continues with a Prince tribute, en-US The Purple Madness with Bobby en-US Miller. Opening the concert at 7 en-US p.m. will be Eddie Uzzle & en-US Friends.en-US The cost is $3 or $10, which en-US includes a chair. en-USFor tickets, call en-US the Peabody Auditorium at (386) en-US 671-3462.en-US Parking is available in the en-US Ocean Center garage and en-US surface lots in the area.en-US Cinematique:en-US Now playing is en-US The Rider at 242 S. Beach St., en-US Daytona Beach. Tickets are $7 en-US general or $5 members. en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 252-3118. en-USSaturday, June 9en-USMidtown Motown Concert en-US Series:en-US Floyd Miles Day, featuring en-US the second annual Midtown en-US Barbecue Championship, will be en-US at 5 p.m. Memphis Motown en-US Experience will perform at 7 p.m. en-US at 981 George Engram Blvd., en-US Daytona Beach. Participants en-US should bring lawn chairs or en-US blankets. Food and drink en-US vendors will be available. No en-US coolers. en-US For more information, en-US visit en-US midtownmotown.com. en-US Dance Showcase: en-US South en-US Beach Dance 25th Anniversary en-US Showcase will be from 7-9 p.m. en-US at the Ormond Beach Performing en-US Arts Center, 399 N. U.S. 1. The en-US cost is $20 for reserved seats. en-US For tickets, call (386) 254-2999 en-US or the box office at (386) en-US 676-3375.en-US Star Spangled Summer Concert en-US Series: en-US The Daytona Beach en-US Bandshells free concert series en-US presented by The Friends of the en-US Bandshell and the Boardwalk en-US Merchants will feature Dream en-US Police/Kiss America, Cheap Trick en-US and Kiss Tribute, at 7:15 p.m. en-US The concert will be followed by en-US fireworks over the ocean. en-US Bandshell parking is available en-US at the Ocean Center garage and en-US surface lots. Attendees may en-US enter the Bandshell area through en-US the Ocean Walk Shoppes from en-US A1A or the overpass from the en-US parking garage. Rental chairs en-US are available. en-US For more information visit en-US bandshell.info or call (386) en-US 253-0254.en-USSunday, June 10en-GBOut en-GB &en-GB en-GB about en-GBHoroscopes en-USSeeen-US en-US SCOPES,en-US page B3en-US Seeen-US en-US OUT,en-US page B3en-USThe fox is on the fairway at Playhouseen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsdy@hometownnewsol.com en-USPhoto courtesy of Ormond Memorial Art Museum en-USThe Ormond Memorial Art Museum opens Four en-US Footed & Fanciful, a summer long exhibit, with en-US a public reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, June en-US 8. Shown is Four Footed & Fanciful Cat Eyes en-US Collage by Cindy Burkett of New Smyrna Beach.en-USWhimsy is en-US the word en-US for OMAM showen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsdy@hometownnewsol.comen-USPhoto courtesy of Mike Kitaifen-USThe Fox on the Fairway opens June 8 at 100 Jessamine Blvd., Daytona Beach. Shown are Aimee en-US Aballo throttling Patti Miracle with Fran Scott and Barry Kite watching. en-USSeeen-US en-US WHIMSY,en-US page B2en-GBDining en-GB&en-GB Entertainment en-GBFRIDAY, JUNE 8, 2018 en-GB DAYTONA BEACHen-GB WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSVOLUSIA.COM

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Dixie Freeway, New Smyrna Mon-Sat 7am-7pm, Sun 7am-6pm 386-872-4344 120 S. Nova Road, Ormond Beach 8AM to 7PM Seven Days a Week3 DAY SALE! ALL PRICES GOOD THURSDAY 6/7, FRI DAY 6/8 AND SATURDAY 6/9 ONLY, WHILE SUPPLIES LAST! We Accept EBT*wine available in Ormond onlyWEEKLY SPECIALS!ALL PRICES GOOD WEDNESDAY 6/6/18 THROUGH TUESDAY 6/12/18, WHILE SUPPLIES LAST! Volusia Mall 386-258-1600 LIKE US ON FACEBOOK HUGE SELECTION OF CRAFT BEER RESTAURANT DELICATESSEN BEER TASTING!July 135:30-8:30 pm$12 per personReservations Required 50% OFF GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE AT www.HometownNewsVolusia.com Dining & Entertainment en-USBank & Blues Club: en-US Beautiful en-US Bobby Blackmon will perform at en-US 9 p.m. Saturday, June 9. Tickets en-US start at $8 plus tax and fees. The en-US club is at 701 Main St., Daytona en-US Beach. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 252-9877.en-US Bahama Breeze Island Grille: en-US Live entertainment is from 6-10 en-US p.m. Wednesday through Sunday en-US at 1786 W. International en-US Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach. en-US For more information, visit en-US bahamabreeze.com.en-US Big Ds Hollywood Nights: en-USIn the en-US 3D Lounge at Diamond Dolls en-US Daytona, Big Ds is open 5 p.m. en-US to 3 a.m. daily at 301 Madison en-US Ave., Daytona Beach. Mondays en-US are Muy Caliente Noche Latina en-US Nights and Tuesdays are EDM. en-US Scoot your boots for Wild West en-US Wednesdays and start your en-US weekend early with Throwback en-US Thursdays, featuring classic en-US rock. Live bands play Friday and en-US Saturday night, and Service en-US Industry Night is Sunday.en-US Black Sheep Pub and Eating en-US House: en-US Happy Hour is 3-7 p.m. en-US and 9 p.m.-close daily. Weekly en-US specials include $4.50 Cueren-US -en-US voRitas Mondays; Locals Night en-US with happy hour all night and en-US Pub Trivia at 7 p.m., gift card en-US prizes, Wednesdays; All day en-US Bloody Marys $3, 10-ounce New en-US York Strip $12.95 each Sunday. en-US Lunch specials served everyday en-US 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at 890 S. Atlantic en-US Ave. in Ormond Beach. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 673-en-US 5933 or visit en-US theblacksheep.en-US com.en-US Daytona Beach Brewing Co.: en-US Taproom hours are 4-8 p.m. en-US Tuesday-Thursday and noon to en-US 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday in en-US Unit N at 482 Fentress Blvd., en-US Daytona Beach. en-US For more en-US information, call (844) 352-en-US 2337 or visit en-US daytonabeachbrewen-US -en-US ingcompany.com.en-US Down the Hatch: en-US Upcoming en-US performers are Madison County en-US Band, 6-10 p.m. Friday, June 8; en-US Martin and The Dead Guys, 1-5 en-US p.m. Saturday, June 9; Up Tuit, en-US 6-10 p.m. Saturday; The en-US Accuzed, 1-5 p.m. Sunday, June en-US 10 Donnie Bostic. 6-10 p.m. en-US Sunday. Weekday entertainment en-US is from 6-10 p.m. Sam Collins, en-US June 11; Rock Beach Duo, June en-US 12; Jimmy Z, June 13, and Bret en-US Messer, June 14, at 4894 Front en-US St., Ponce Inlet. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 761-4831 en-US or visiten-US downthehatchseafood.en-US com.en-US Frappes Italian Grille: en-US Happiest Hour is in the bar en-US nightly from 5-6:30 p.m. First en-US Tuesday of the month is wine en-US tasting, two whites, two reds and en-US an appetizer for $25. en-USFor en-US reservations, call (386) en-US 615-4888. en-US Grind Gastropub and Kona Tiki en-US Bar: en-US Open daily at 11:30 a.m., en-US live entertainment and free valet en-US service at 49 W. Granada Blvd., en-US Ormond Beach. en-US For more en-US information, visiten-US grindgastropub.en-US com. en-US Lagerheads Bar & Grill: en-US Upcoming performers are en-US Reuben Morgan, Friday, June 8; en-US Don Hill, noon-4 p.m. Saturday, en-US June 9, and Sunday June 10; en-US Robert Keele, 5-9 p.m. Saturday. en-US June 9; Ed Wolford, Monday, en-US June 11, and Tuesday, June 12; en-US Reuben Morgan, Wednesday, en-US June 13; and Gary Wright, en-US Thursday, June 14. Weather en-US permitting, live music is at 2986 en-US Ocean Shore Blvd., Ormond-by-en-US the-Sea. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 265-1977.en-US Limoncello North: en-USMark en-US Venneri will perform from 6-9 en-US p.m. Wednesday, June 13, at en-US 1185 W. Granada Blvd., No. 5, en-US Ormond Beach. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 492-en-US 7887.en-US Louies Pizza House: en-USKaraoke en-US with TNT from 5:30-9 p.m. every en-US Friday and Saturday at 1347 en-US Beville Road, South Daytona.en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US788-6172. en-US LuLus Oceanside Grill:en-US Live en-US entertainment 9 p.m. to en-US midnight Friday and Saturday at en-US 30 S. Atlantic Ave., Ormond en-US Beach.en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 673-2641 or visit en-US lulusoceansidegrill.com. en-US Mr. Dunderbaks:en-US Sponsors a en-US monthly beer tasting. Cost is en-US $12 per person. Seating is en-US limited to the first 70 prepaid en-US reservations. en-US If interested, call en-US (386) 258-1600 to reserve a en-US spot at 1700 W. International en-US Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach. en-US Mulligans Family Sports Grille: en-US Karaoke with Just George at 9 en-US p.m. Friday, June 8; Rock Star en-US Karaoke by Bob is at 9 p.m. en-US Saturday, June 9. Live Team en-US Trivia 6:30-8:30 p.m. Monday, en-US June 11, play for free, win prizes. en-US Eddie Uzzle will perform at 6 en-US p.m. Tuesday, June 12. Open en-US mike night and live music at 6 en-US p.m. Wednesday, June 13 and en-US Karaoke with Just George is 9 en-US p.m. Thursday, June 14 at 3830 en-US S. Nova, Port Orange.en-US en-US Ocean Deck: en-US Morning Buzz en-US plays at 9:30 p.m. Mondays. en-US Orange Avenue plays at 9:30 en-US p.m. Tuesdays. Caribbean Posse en-US performs from 9:30 p.m.-2 a.m. en-US Thursday through Sunday. en-US Robert Keele plays acoustic en-US guitar from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. en-US Wednesdays. Tom Redmond en-US performs classic rock from 5-8 en-US p.m. Fridays. Karaoke with en-US Stormin Norman is from 4-8 en-US p.m. every Saturday and Sunday, en-US at 127 S. Ocean Ave., Daytona en-US Beach. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 253-5224 or visit en-US oceandeck.com.en-US Ohana Luau Dinner Show: en-USThis en-US dinner show spectacular and en-US family-style feast will be en-US Thursday, Friday and Saturday. en-US The show has a 6:30 p.m. en-US seating, dinner at 7:15 p.m. and en-US show at 7:30 p.m., at the en-US Hawaiian Inn, 2301 S. Atlantic en-US Ave., Daytona Beach Shores. en-US Ormond Brewing Co.:en-US Craft beer en-US tastings are 4 to 11 p.m. en-US Thursday and Friday, noon to 11 en-US p.m. Saturday and noon to 8 en-US p.m. Sunday. Live music and en-US food are featured Friday en-US evenings at 301 Division Ave., en-US Unit 15, Ormond Beach.en-US For en-US more information call (386) en-US 256-3904.en-US The Smokehouse Saloon: en-US Rockin Blues Jam is from 2-6 en-US p.m. Sunday. Chance and the en-US Blues Daddies perform at 144 S. en-US Ridgewood Ave., Holly Hill.en-US For en-US information, call (386) 265-en-US 5998. en-US Stonewood Grill and Tavern: en-US Mark Venneri will perform from en-US 6-9 p.m. Tuesday, June 12, at en-US 2150 LPGA Blvd., Daytona en-US Beach. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 317-0097.en-GBTheen-GB en-GBCluben-GB en-GBScene en-UShas been creating images of en-US animals and her family since en-US she was 3.en-US Ms. Burkett, who maintains en-US a studio at The Hub on Canal en-US in New Smyrna Beach, admits en-US her passion for collage makes en-US it difficult to read because of en-US my uncontrollable urge to rip en-US them (pages) up for my collagen-US -en-US es.en-US Ms. Burketts creations are en-US made from small pieces of en-US paper torn from various printen-US-en-US ed materials, taking many en-US hours of organization and en-US concentration to bring togethen-US -en-US er this arm form.en-US The Florida State University en-US graduate got burned out on en-US traditional painting so she en-US bought a CD on collages, then en-US took several classes. Her new en-US passion was born.en-US Mr. Nedobeck, a former en-US Dixieland musician, began en-US using his artistic talents back en-US in the 1960s. He creates whimen-US -en-US sical characters that he calls en-US watercolor caricatures and has en-US produced three childrens en-US books.en-US The exhibit runs through en-US Sept. 9. Admission is free with en-US a $2 per person suggested en-US donation. Visitors will have a en-US chance to create their own en-US whimsical creature at the en-US museums free interactive proen-US-en-US gram.en-US The museum at 78 E. Granaen-US -en-US da Blvd. is open from 10 a.m. en-US to 4 p.m. daily and noon to 4 en-US p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. en-US The surrounding gardens are en-US open until each day until dusk.en-USWhimsyen-USFrom page B1 RANTS en-GB & en-GB RAVES en-GBTell us your concerns! Has someone en-GB gone above and beyond for you? en-GB en-GB Let your community know!en-GBEmail your Rant or Rave to: en-GB en-GBnewsdy@hometownnewsol.com

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en-USOrmond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill B-3 www.FrappesItalianGrille.com 123 West Granada Blvd. Ormond Beach 386.615.4888 CHEF BOBBYS COOKING SCHOOLLearn to cook the food you love to eatOur hands on cooking classes are fun and informative including recipes and take home goods. Saturday, June 16 2018 10am-1pm $90 per student ITALIAN SUMMER DINNERHomegrown fennel, apple, beet, arugula salad with champagne orange chive vinaigrette Pan seared scallop wrapped in smoked applewood bacon lemon fennel aioli Wild salmon parmesan crusted tomato olive, caper saffron sauce, wilted spinachLimited space please reserve early For more info386.615.4888 386-265-1977 2986 Ocean Shore Boulevard Ormond by the Sea, Fl 32176 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Ocean View Outdoor Deck with Live Music Nightly Full Bar Pet FriendlyWatch with us SATURDAY & SUNDAY 8AM 890 S. ATLANTIC AVE ORMOND BEACH WWW.THEBLACKSHEEP.CO 386-673-5933 BUY 1 FISH & CHIPS ENTREE GET 1/2 OFF THE SECOND FISH AND CHIPS ENTREEWith purchase of 2 beverages Dine in only. Not valid with coupons, discounts or specials. HTN Exp 06-30-18 DAILY SPECIALS LUNCH WITH SODA STARTING AT $6.95 CALL FOR DETAILS DAILY HAPPY HOUR | 3-7PM | 9-CLOSE 2-FOR-1 HOUSE WINES & WELLS $1 OFF IMPORT DRAFTS $2.75 DOMESTIC DRAFTS & SELECTS TUES : FISH AND CHIPS $9.95 WED: LOCAL NIGHT HAPPY HOUR 3PM-CLOSE TEAM TRIVIA AT 7PM WITH GIFT CARD PRIZES SUN : 10 OZ NY STRIP 12.95 BLOODY MARYS $3.00 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S OPEN FATHERS DAY!SPECIALS ALL WEEKEND LONG! Port Orange 5543 S Williamson Blvd Suite 905 (Next To Coldstone Creamery In The Pavillion) 386-492-3209 Ormond Beach (Grand Opening) 165 N Yonge Street 386-281-3070FridaysNew England Clam Chowder Fresh Haddock Platters Truly Homemade Pancakesover 15 varieties! Try our famous Benedicts and omelettes Fresh Gyro Platters Spanakopita with Greek Salad Homemade Corned Beef Hash Fresh Homemade Soups Bakery case with Fresh pastries Coming Soon: Beer & Wine with fresh mimosas and ice cold beer Welcome To Our FamilyServing Breakfast 7am-2:30pm Lunch 10:30am-2:30pmOpen Fathers DayOpen 7 days a week from 7am to 2:30pm DONT FORGET TO COME FOR BURGER TUESDAY $5.00 Any 1/2 Pound Burger On Our Menu Every Tuesday At All Locations Includes One Side. Dining & Entertainment en-USI en-UScame home after work one en-US day and started thinking en-US about dinner and what I en-US would prepare that evening just en-US like I always do. en-USYou all probably know by en-US now. I do all the cooking at en-US home, which is great because en-US my wife does everything else. en-US She pays the bills, handles en-US anything about the house and en-US family, and we are both happy en-US with our lives. en-US I try to keep the refrigerator en-US stocked with different foods, en-US and the pantry is always full en-US because I like to visit my en-US favorite stores several times en-US during the week. I always have en-US fresh food to choose from. I en-US usually cook seafood twice a en-US week, so I decided it was en-US seafood day. en-US Now lets see, my mother-en-US in-law likes salmon, so I will en-US make her teriyaki salmon with en-US fruit chutney. My wife loves en-US farm-raised catfish with en-US lemon and dill, so I have her en-US covered. Ill make a fresh salad en-US the way my family likes with en-US hearts of lettuce, English en-US cucumber, heirloom tomatoes, en-US orange slices and feta cheese. en-US Oh yes, they like my home-en-US made salad dressing (which I en-US will share with you later). en-US Now for the boys and me. en-US Oh! I know! I have some en-US chicken breasts, so Ill make en-US some fried chicken tenders en-US with sweet potatoes fries. That en-US should cover everyone except en-US the two cats, and I even en-US brought home two bags of dry en-US food that was on sale (but my en-US boys will feed the cats). en-US It was at about this time en-US when it hit me, Oen-US h my en-US goodness, Ive opened a en-US restaurant in my own kitchen en-US and the family is ordering off en-US the daily menu! How did this en-US happen what have I done en-US I started thinking this has en-US to stop! And then reality hit en-US me in the face again. Wait a en-US minute, hold on. I dont have en-US to cut the grass or take out the en-US trash or deal with the house or en-US make doctor appointments or en-US fill out the income tax forms en-US or make any travel arrangeen-US -en-US ments and the list goes on and en-US on. en-US I think I better keep my en-US mouth shut and keep the en-US restaurant open. Im thinking en-US of extending the hours and en-US offering an early-bird menu en-US on special days and Sunday en-US morning brunch! Now for that en-US special dressingen-USCostas Salad Dressingen-USIngredientsen-US cup orange juiceen-US cup Asian rice vinegaren-US cup Mirin, Japanese-style en-US wineen-US cup soy sauceen-US cup olive oilen-US Salt and pepper to taste en-US Directionsen-US Place all ingredients in a en-US bowl and mix well.en-US Costa Magoulas is dean of en-US the Mori Hosseini College of en-US Hospitality and Culinary en-US Management at Daytona State en-US College. Contact him at (386) en-US 506-3578 or en-US magoulc@en-US daytonastate.edu.en-USCHEF COSTA'S en-US COOKING en-US CORNERen-USCOSTA MAGOULAS en-USMy kitchen at home is a restauranten-USConcert:en-US A Klezmer Band en-US from Gainseville will perform en-US lively Jewish music from Eastern en-US Europe at 2:30 p.m. at Congreen-US -en-US gation BNai Torah, 402 N. Nova en-US Road, Ormond Beach.en-US A Klezmer Band consists of a en-US clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, en-US cello, bass, drums and a en-US vocalist. Free and open to the en-US public, the concert is sponsored en-US by the Jewish Federation and the Ada Siegel Fund.   Refre shments en-USwill be served.en-US For more en-US information call (386) 672-en-US 0294.en-US Walk: en-US AVA Happy Wanderers en-US will host a 5K, 10K walk at 8 en-US a.m. at City Island, 105 Magnolia en-US Ave., Daytona Beach. The cost is en-US $3. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 256-2160, (386) 214-en-US 3890 or visit en-US happywanderersfl.en-US org.en-USMonday June 11en-USPassion Camp: en-USThousands of en-US young people will converge on en-US Daytona Beach to enjoy sun, surf en-US and activities at the Ocean en-US Center June 11-14 as they en-US attend Passion Camp, which is en-US hosted by Passion Conferences en-US and Passion City Church. The en-US camp is open to student groups. en-US Registration is required. en-US Program-only registration starts en-US at $179. Registrations available en-US at 268generation.com. en-USTuesday, June 12en-USParagon Theaters:en-US A free en-US screening of The Croods will en-US be at 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 12, en-US Wednesday, June 13 and en-US Thursday, June 14, at Ocean en-US Walk, 250 N. Atlantic Ave., en-US Daytona Beach. First come, first en-US served. en-US For more information, en-US visiten-US paragontheaters.com/en-US promotions.en-US Cobb Theatres:en-US A free en-US screening of Kung Fu Panda 3 en-US and Angry Birds will be at 10 en-US a.m. Tuesday, June 12, Wednesen-US -en-US day, June 13 and Thursday, June en-US 14, at Cobb Theatres, 1850 en-US Legends Lane, Suite E100, en-USCAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20en-USNothing in a current relationen-US -en-US ship is unfolding as you had en-US expected, Capricorn. Thats en-US alright. This sense of adventure en-US that keeps you guessing is a en-US welcome change.en-USAQUARIUS Jan 21/Feb 18en-USAquarius, working closely with en-US others is one of your strong en-US points. Disagreements on how to en-US approach different projects can en-US be tricky to navigate, but youre en-US up to the task.en-USPISCES Feb 19/Mar 20en-USPisces, this week there may en-US be little separation between your en-US career and personal life. If that en-US works for you, forget the en-US naysayers.en-USScopesen-USFrom page B1 en-USOuten-USFrom page B1en-US Seeen-US en-US OUT,en-US page B4

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en-USB-4 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill RESTAURANT LUNCH SPECIALS DAILY *All lunches come with a beverage MONDAY Philly Cheese Steak or Coconut Shrimp (6) $6.99 TUESDAY Cheeseburger $6.99 WEDNESDAY Chicken Fajita Sub, Chicken Parm Sub, Tuna Sub, Tuna Melt $6.99 THURSDAY Pot Roast (while supplies last) or Chicken Club $6.99 FRIDAY Fish Sandwich $7.99 ALL YOU CAN EAT SNOW CRAB810 S. ATLANTIC AVE. ORMOND BEACH 386.672.4347 charliehorserestaurant.com 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S $5 CUERVO MARGARITA Fathers Day Specials June 17th 10 oz Sirloin Dinner $13.99 2lb Crab Dinner $35.99FULL BAR ALL DAY EVERYDAY PAST TIMES GREAT FOOD GREAT MUSIC GREAT PEOPLE 386.944.9293 | 709 S. Nova Rd. | Tomoka Plaza | Ormond Beach Pastimes Summer Hours starting June 1 Monday-Wednesday 11-9 Thursday open at 11AM Hospitality and Customer appreciation night! Happy Hour 6 til close Friday Open at 11AM, Saturday open at 5PM. Friday and Saturday close 11PM or until the party stops Sunday... if NASCAR is on, the bar is open during the race with special Race Day Deals! Closed June 24th for Private PartyCome join Punch a Lunch club. Every fth punch gets you a FREE LUNCH! Come in and get your card validated 11 to 4 Monday through FridaySaturday June 9th, Carl Monte Saturday June 15th, 5 oclock Charlie Saturday June 23rd, The Mike K and Art P Vegas Style Show Saturday June 3th, Sir Dennis Not affiliated with any government agency. This is an educational event. Per federal law no specific plans or companies will be discussed. Instructor will be a Florida Insurance licensed Broker. Thank You For Voting #1 Workshops/Seminars R E A D E R S C H O I C E 2014 2014 2015 2015 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2016 2016 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Call to RSVP Maria Kosztolanyi 386-788-6269 FREE MEDICARE 101 EDUCATION Thursday June 14th 2pmWe represent over 40 plans and will always give you honest and unbiased answers.There is never a charge for our Services!PORT ORANGE, FLATLANTIC RETIREMENT SOLUTIONS 5111 S. RIDGEWOOD AVE #200 Just For Kids Summer Camps 2018 CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1035 West Granada Boulevard Ormond Beach, FL 32174 386-677-4076 www.cpcob.org Daytona Beach. Same day en-USticketing only. en-USFor more en-US information, visit en-US www.en-US cobbtheatres.com en-US or call (386) en-US 944-3922.en-US Live Comedy:en-US Live Interactive en-US Improv Comedy presented by en-US Random Acts of Insanity is at 8 en-US p.m. at the Cinematique en-US Theater, 242 S. Beach St., en-US Daytona Beach. Tickets are $5. en-US All ages welcome. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) en-US 252-3118.en-USWednesday, June 13en-USBoombox Bingo:en-US Yellow Dog en-US Eats Kitchen & Bar will host en-US Boombox Bingo from 7-9 p.m. en-US at 147 Canal St., New Smyrna en-US Beach. Its bingo, but numbers en-US are replaced by popular songs. en-US Proceeds benefit Rottie Nation en-US Rottweiler Rescue. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) en-US 410-4824, (386) 426-1567 or en-US visiten-US dogdayzinn.com.en-USUpcoming eventsen-USPeabody Auditorium:en-US Tickets en-US are on sale now for Grammy en-US award-winning country artist en-US Travis Tritt. He will perform with en-US his full band at 7:30 p.m. Nov. en-US 18 at 600 Auditorium Blvd., en-US Daytona Beach. en-US Tickets are $39, $49, $63 en-US plus applicable charges) and en-US are available at en-US PeabodyDaytoen-US -en-US na.com,en-US 800-982-ARTS or The en-US Peabody box office at (386) en-US 671-3471.en-US Peabody Auditorium: en-USHippie en-US Fest will be at 3 p.m. Saturday, en-US June 16, at Peabody Auditorien-US-en-US um, 600 Auditorium Blvd.en-US The 10th annual free Hippie en-US Streetfest will be in front of the en-US auditorium. Performing in the en-US auditorium at 7 p.m. will be The en-US Grass Roots, Paul Reveres en-US Raiders, Rare Earths Peter en-US Rivera, The Cyrkle and 1910 en-US Fruitgum Co. en-USFor more informaen-US-en-US tion, call (386) 671-3460 or en-US visit en-US peabodyauditorium.org.en-US Daytona International en-US Speedway: en-US Multi-platinum MCA en-US Nashville recording artist Josh en-US Turner will entertain fans at en-US Daytona International Speeden-US -en-US way on Saturday, July 7, with a en-US pre-race concert prior to the en-US 60th annual Coke Zero Sugar en-US 400, a Monster Energy NASCAR en-US Cup Series event.en-US A limited quantity of VIP en-US ticket packages are available, en-USWhat a voice en-USRandy Barber/staff photographeren-USSinger Kaleb Lee performs a free concert for his fans at One Daytona on en-US Thursday, May 24. Mr. Lee was a contestant on The Voice and is a full-time en-US musician and recording artist, residing in Ormond Beach.en-USArt Notesen-USMuseum of Arts & en-US Sciencesen-USThe Museum of Arts & Scien-US -en-US ences, 352 S. Nova Road, Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach, has several activien-US -en-US ties this week.en-US Role Reversal: Shutters on en-US the Battlefield: Photography in en-US World War II will be from 3 to en-US 4 p.m. Saturday, June 9.en-US Collector Ryan Lowry will en-US talk about his rare World War en-US II photographs that cover both en-US American theaters of war. en-US Admission is free for members en-US or with paid museum admisen-US -en-US sion.en-US Cocktails & Creations: Floen-US -en-US ral Arranging with Simply en-US Roses will meet from 5:30 to en-US 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 14.en-US The group will learn about en-US the art of floral design with en-US Ashlee Roberson, owner of en-US Simply Roses Florist.en-US Admission is $35 for memen-US -en-US bers and $40 for non-memen-US -en-US bers, which includes light en-US appetizers, a beverage and all en-US the materials needed for createn-US -en-US ing a floral design to take en-US home. Ages 13 and older are en-US welcome. en-US Seating is limited and en-US reservations are required by en-US calling (386) 255-0285.en-USWriting and quilting en-US at Schnebly Centeren-USDaytona Beach Cultural & en-US Leisure Services Department en-US is offering new programs at en-US the Peggy Schnebly Recreation en-US Center at 1101 N. Atlantic en-US Ave.en-US A writers group will meet en-US from 10 a.m. to noon each en-US Wednesday. The creative writen-US-en-US ing class meets weekly to disen-US-en-US cuss and critique each others en-US work. Admission is free. en-US The Fantastic Quilters will en-US meet from 9:15 to 11:30 a.m. en-US each Thursday. This is a self-en-US paced program that encouragen-US -en-US es creativity and cultural en-US expression, including sewing, en-US weaving and crocheting. The en-US cost is 50 cents. en-US For more information or to en-US register, call (386) 671-3560 or en-US visiten-US codb.us/activities.en-USOuten-USFrom page B3 en-USSeeen-US en-US OUT,en-US page A5

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en-USOrmond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill B-5en-USDaytona Beach en-US Boppersen-USDaytona Beach Boppers en-US dance from 7:30 to 10 p.m. en-US Wednesdays at the Moose en-US Lodge, 601 W. Granada Blvd., en-US Ormond Beach. en-US Dance Shag, Bop, East and en-US West Coast Swing to R&B and en-US beach music. Admission is $4 en-US for members and $7 for guests. en-US Moose membership not en-US required. Beginners, singles en-US and couples welcome. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 441-3981 or visiten-US Daytoen-US -en-US naBeachBoppers.com.en-USDenim and Laceen-USThe Granada Squares en-US Denim and Lace Dance Club en-US is from 7 to 9 p.m. each Tuesen-US -en-US day at 351 Andrews St., en-US Ormond Beach.en-US Casual or square dance en-US attire is required. No flip-en-US flops. The caller is Rod Barnen-US -en-US grover, and the line dance en-US instructor is Jerry Baron.en-US The membership fee is $10 en-US annually. Nightly dance fee en-US per person is $5 for members en-US and $6 for non-members.en-US For information, visiten-US granaen-US -en-US dasquaresdenimandlace.com.en-USPulaski Cluben-USPolish American Pulaski en-US Club will be on a summer en-US scheduled in June, July and en-US August. The club will meet the en-US second and fourth Sundays in en-US June and fourth Sundays in en-US July and August,en-US A dinner dance with live en-US music will be at 1 p.m. Sunday, en-US June 10, at 3621 W. Internaen-US -en-US tional Speedway Blvd., Daytoen-US-en-US na Beach. en-US The cost is $12 for dance en-US only and $20 for dinner and en-US dance. Reservations are en-US required for dinner by noon en-US Friday, June 8. en-USFor a reservaen-US -en-US tion, call (386) 258-7059. en-US For more information, visiten-US en-US polishamericanpulaskicluben-US -en-US daytona.org.en-USSenior Centeren-USThe Council on Aging at the en-US Ormond Beach Senior Center, en-US 351 Andrews St., offers ballen-US-en-US room dancing from 2 to 4 p.m. en-US each Wednesday. The five-en-US piece swing band The Blue en-US Notes plays.en-US Dance lessons are offered by en-US Tom and Jo Sanders, Dance en-US With Me LLC, from 12:30 to en-US 1:30 p.m. before each dance. en-US Admission is $5. Free refreshen-US -en-US ments are served. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 672-4146.en-USSica Hallen-USTuesday dances at Sica Hall, en-US feature the Frankie K. Trio en-US with vocalist Niall Donoghue, en-US from 2-4 p.m. at 1065 Daytona en-US Ave., Holly Hill. Admission is en-US $5 and includes refreshments.en-US en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 236-2997.en-USWomen of the Mooseen-USThe Women of the Moose en-US sponsors a singles and couples en-US dance at the Moose Lodge, 601 en-US W. Granada Blvd., Ormond en-US Beach on Saturdays from 7-10 en-US p.m. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 255-2207.en-USSchnebly Centeren-USDaytona Beach Cultural & en-US Leisure Services offers dancen-US-en-US ing and dance classes at the en-US Peggy Schnebly Recreation en-US Center at 1101 N. Atlantic en-US Ave.en-US Hula classes meet from en-US noon to 3 p.m. each Tuesday. The cost is $1. en-USDancercise meets from 8:30 en-US a.m. to 9:30 a.m. each Friday. en-US The cost is free.en-US Senior Ballroom Dancing is en-US from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. each en-US Friday. The cost is $5. Baileys en-US Best Senior Ballroom Dancing en-US offers dancing for adults and en-US seniors to the sounds of live en-US s and s classics. Learn en-US the Tango, Fox Trot and Waltz. en-US Refreshments provided. en-US For more information or to en-US register for a class, visit en-US codb.en-US us/activities en-US or call (386) 671-en-US 3560.en-USLine Dancingen-USDaytona Beach Cultural & en-US Leisure Services offers a line en-US dancing class for adults and en-US youth from 6:45 to 7:45 p.m. en-US each Monday at the Dickerson en-US Center, 308 S. Dr. Martin en-US Luther King Jr. Blvd.en-US The cost is $2. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 671-en-US 5820 or visiten-US codb.us. New Inventory in stock! 20 years in business! Granite starting at $39.99/sf. Check engine light on? Our basic scan is complementary! Check our brake specials everyday We service all makes & models74 North Yonge St Ormond Beach386.673.7827www.silverstarormond.comWe service all makes & models + tax & Shop Supplies$8995 Quality Service, Sales & ConsignmentYour Mercedes Factory Trained Specialists! Mercedes-Benz BMW PORSCHE Audi VW AIR CONDITIONER TUNE UPMay not be combined with any other offers. Exp 06/30/18 R E A D E R S C H O I C E 2012 2016 2012 2016 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S CELEBRATING OUR 26TH YEAR! 2277 S. RIDGEWOOD AVE SOUTH DAYTONA | 386.767.7425When you buy from us you always get... FREE Valances on blindsFREE Shop-at-home FREE Installation20% OFF CUSTOM DRAPERIES & VALANCES | 50% OFF POLYWOOD BLINDSHUNTER DOUGLAS SHOWCASE DEALERWHERE NEW IDEAS BEGIN www.baybreezeblinds.us LIKE US ON FACEBOOK Mike Arminio/Owner NOW BUYING Serving Volusia and Flagler for 40 years!Verns Card & CoinTop $$ Paid Ask for Chris 386-316-7637 inve@aol.com Assistance in Settling or Buying your Estate Coins and Bullion Currency/Gold Stamps Comics Toys/Trains Sterling Sets Sports Cards Antiques War Souvenirs Guns & Knives Watches & Jewelry Celebrity Autographs Records Paintings Crystal & China We are your dealership alternative for all makes & models.Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pmJack HetrickMaster ASE Tech. Factory Trained BMW Tech.2164 S. Ridgewood Ave. South Daytona 386-760-8828email:bmwsvc@hotmail.com reliableautorepairservice.comMV#33711 NEW YORKS BEST OFF BROADWAY PLAY OF 2016! Outer Circle Critics AwardsJune 7 to 10Museum of Arts & SciencesRoot AuditoriumDaytona BeachEvening Shows Thursday, Friday, & Saturday, 7:30 pm Matinees Saturday & Sunday, 2 pm Positively Florida Theater Company(386) 690-9295TICKETS $15www.positivelyoridaTC.com or, Aberrant Art Gallery, Daytona Renewals Bookshop, New Smyrna Dances en-USproviding fans with special en-US access to Turners pre-race en-US concert. en-US Tickets for the Coke Zero en-US Sugar 400, Friday nights en-US Coca-Cola Firecracker 250 and en-US all Daytona International en-US Speedway events are aten-US en-US daytonainternationalspeedway.en-US com.en-USOngoing Eventsen-USAmerican Legion Post 120:en-US The en-US post offers bar bingo at 6:30 en-US p.m. Monday with burgers and en-US fries. Tuesday is taco night. 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en-USB-6 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USWomens retreat en-US offereden-USChristian Healing Center en-US will host Awaken Your Spiriten-US Womens Retreat from 6 en-US p.m. Friday, June 22, to 2 p.m. en-US Sunday, June 24.en-US The all-inclusive retreat en-US includes teaching, related en-US materials, prayer, meals, lodgen-US -en-US ing, and free time to relax or en-US pray. en-US Space is limited. The cost is en-US $49 until June 15.en-US For more information or to en-US register, visit thewaytohope.en-US org. en-US For more information, en-US email en-US ChristCenter2U@en-US gmail.com.en-USLifetree Cafeen-USItems in the news will be en-US discussed at Lifetree Cafe at en-US 9:30 a.m. Sunday, June 10, at en-US 142 Fairview Ave., Daytona en-US Beach. The program is free. en-US Refreshments are served and en-US childcare is available. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 451-en-US 5223.en-USBible study at Rise en-US Above Iten-USA Transformation Bible en-US study on Acts 1en-US 0:38 is at 7 p.m. en-US Wednesdays at Rise Above It en-US Family Church, 1531 Center en-US Ave., Holly Hill.en-US Senior Pastor Dr. Warren en-US Jackson leads the Bible study. en-US Worship servicen-USes are at 9 a.m. en-US and 11 a.m. Sundays. en-USBereavement group en-US offereden-USUnited Presbyterian Church en-US hosts a monthly bereavement en-US group led by Kindred Hospice en-US on the fourth Friday of each en-US month at 11:30 a.m. in the en-US Disciples Room, 730 Beville en-US Road, Daytona Beach. en-US For more information, call Answers Located in the Classied Section LaRoche www.larochesfruitgifts.com 740 S. Yonge St. (US 1) Ormond Beach 386-672-7723Fruit & Used Furniture 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S R E A D E R S C H O I C E 2012 2016 2012 2016 30% OFF FURNITURE Living, Dining, and Bedroom CITRUS TREES Queen or King Mattress $100$40 Each!Reg. Price $45 Navel, Hamlin & Valencia Lemon and Limes Tangerines Red Grapefruit Kumquats 284 N. NOVA RD 386.257.2881 DAYTONABEACHBINGO.ORG JOIN OUR TEXT CLUB Text 41411 keyword Daytonabingo DAYTONA BINGO BUY A $30 TURBO MACHINE AND GET A $20 PAPER PACK FREENot valid with any other offer. Must present coupon. SUNDAYS IN JUNE WHOLESALE PRICESTO THE PUBLIC! C M 2271 S. Ridgewood Ave. S. Daytona386-679-9674 daytonacabinetmarket.com Mon-Fri. 8am-5pm Sat. 9am-1pm ALL WOOD CABINETS IN STOCK EVERYDAY 10x10 FULL KITCHEN* $2599 Installed WE WILL BEAT THE COMPETITION!* With Coupon. Not valid with any other oers or prior purchases. See store for details. Cabinet Market Expires 6/15/18$124510x10 Kitchen* *With coupon. Not valid with any other oers or prior purchases. See store for details. Cabinet Market expires 6/15/18 Shaker White second Friday at 461 Walker en-USSt., Holly Hill. en-US For more en-US information and dinner times, en-US call the post at (386) 258-en-US 5275.en-US American Legion Post No. 267: en-US Bingo is at 6:30 p.m. Wednesen-US -en-US days at 156 New Britain, en-US Ormond Beach. Free bingo card en-US for a food donation. Jammin at en-US the Legion is 6:30 p.m. each en-US Tuesday. Lunch is served from en-US 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Regular en-US menu and daily specials are en-US available. The post is a en-US non-smoking facility. en-USFor more en-US information, call (386) en-US 672-7678.en-US The Casements:en-US The former en-US winter home of John D. en-US Rockefeller is owned by the City en-US of Ormond Beach and serves en-US as a civic and cultural center. en-US The home is open 10 a.m. to 3 en-US p.m. Monday through Friday en-US and 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. en-US Saturday. The historic property en-US is at 25 Riverside Drive, en-US Ormond Beach. Large group en-US tours are by appointment only.en-US en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 676-3216 or visit en-US thecasements.net. en-US Democracy Now: en-US Internet en-US news with Amy Goodman will en-US be presented at 10:30 a.m. en-US each Thursday at Unitarian en-US Universalist Society, 56 N. en-US Halifax Ave., Ormond Beach. en-US Coffee and doughnuts will be en-US served. The public may attend. en-US Disabled American Veterans en-US Chapter 84 of Greater Daytona: en-US The chapter holds a Wednesen-US -en-US day night bingo session at its en-US chapter hall at 605 Eighth St. en-US in Holly Hill. The Early Bird en-US begins at 6:30 p.m. with the en-US regular games starting at 7:15 en-US p.m. There will be free hot en-US coffee and doughnuts. en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 252-4551.en-US Marine Corps League: en-US The en-US Capt. Tiger Mayberry Detachen-US -en-US ment No. 658 meets at 6 p.m. en-US the second Wednesday of each en-US month at VFW No. 3282, 5810 en-US S. Williamson Blvd., Port en-US Orange. en-US For more information, en-US call (800) 584-1434 or visit en-US mcldaytona.org.en-US Ormond Beach Farmers en-US Market: en-US The farmers market is en-US open each Thursday from 8 en-US a.m. to 1 p.m. at 22 S. Beach en-US St., Ormond Beach. For more en-US information, visit ormonden-US-en-US beachmainstreet.com.en-US Ormond Beach Historical en-US Society Welcome Center and en-US Museum: en-US The Gateway to the en-US Ormond Scenic Loop features en-US historical photographs, a en-US 20-minute DVD and interpretive en-US panels. Hours are 10 a.m. to 3 en-US p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. en-US Admission is free at 38 E. en-US Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach.en-US en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 676-7005 or visit en-US ormondhistory.org.en-US COA Ormond Beach Senior en-US Center: en-US Weekly activities at 351 en-US Andrews St. include bingo, en-US noon to 3 p.m., Fridays; Bunco en-US on second, fourth and fifth en-US Mondays; Samba Cards, first en-US and third Mondays; Duplicate en-US Bridge Club, 12:30 p.m. en-US Tuesdays, Thursdays and en-US Saturdays; Mah Jongg, 10 a.m. en-US to 3 p.m. Thursdays; acrylics en-US painting class, 9:30 a.m. to en-US noon, Mondays; watercolor en-US painting class, 9 a.m. to noon en-US Fridays; A watercolor and en-US acrylics painting class meets en-US from 1-4 p.m. Wednesdays. en-US Ellen Rosenberg is the en-US instructor. The cost is $10. en-US Participants should bring their en-US own supplies.en-US For more en-US information, call (386) en-US 672-4146 or (386) 676-1363.en-US Schnebly Recreation Center: en-US Daytona Beach Cultural & en-US Leisure Services offers these en-US programs at 1101 N. Atlantic en-US Ave. Bingo is from 11 a.m. to en-US noon the third Tuesday of each en-US Monday Admission is free. en-US Bingo is an interactive game en-US with Senior Oasis participants en-US prior to the Senior Oasis en-US luncheon, which is from noon en-US to 2 p.m. each Tuesday. The en-US Oasis group, for ages 55 and en-USabove, offers monthly lunen-US -en-US cheons, dinner dances, day en-US trips, musicals, overnight en-US excursions and local cruises. en-US The program is free, but some en-US trips and excursions may have en-US a charge.en-US For more information or to en-US register, call (386) 671-3560 or en-US visit en-US codb.us/activities.en-US Peninsula Womens Club:en-US The en-US club hosts Thursdays lunch, en-US bridge, canasta and samba. en-US Free lunch for first-timers. en-US For en-US more information or lunch en-US reservation, call (386) en-US 767-3297 by noon Monday.en-US en-US Planetarium: en-US The Museum en-US of Arts and Sciences Planetarien-US -en-US um is open Tuesday through en-US Sunday with hourly shows. The en-US shows are Galileo: The Power en-US of the Telescope, The Little en-US Star That Could, Back to the en-US Moon for Good, The Sky en-US Tonight, Flight Through the en-US Universe and Laser Mania. en-US Museum admission is $12.95 en-US adults; $6.95 children 6-17; en-US $10.95 seniors and students; en-US members and children 5 and en-US under are free. Admission en-US includes one show. Additional en-US shows are $5 for adults and $3 en-US for children 17 and under. en-US Parking is free. MOAS is at 352 en-US S. Nova Road, Daytona Beach. en-US For show times, call (386) en-US 255-0285 or visiten-US moas.org.en-US Veterans and Business Mens en-US Club: en-US Luncheon meeting at en-US noon each Tuesday, at the en-US Palmetto Club, 1000 S. Beach en-US St., Daytona Beach. It features en-US camaraderie and speakers on en-US topics of interest to veterans en-US and business people. All en-US veterans are welcome. en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 761-1197.en-USGiving back to veterans en-USPhoto courtesy of American Legion Auxiliary Unit 267en-USThe Ormond Beach American Legion Auxiliary hosted a shoe drive for the en-US Emory Bennett Veterans Home. The veterans received shoes, along with milien-US -en-US tary hats, pre-shave lotion and razors. From left front are veterans John Menen-US -en-US dez and Robert Spangler, and from left back, Pat Wilson, Kathy Ulbricht and en-US Don LePore, event coordinators.en-USOuten-USFrom page B5 en-USReligion News en-USObituariesen-USJane M. Willsonen-USJane M. Willson, 65, of en-US Daytona Beach, died Sunday, en-US May 27.en-US Arrangements handled by en-US Settle-Wilder Funeral Home en-US and Cremation Service, 406 S. en-US Orange St., New Smyrna en-US Beach.en-US Kathy Seibert of Kindred Hosen-US-en-US pice at (386) 274-1004.en-USMOPS at Central en-US Baptisten-USCentral Baptist Church of en-US Daytona Beach has a Mothers en-US of Preschoolers group.en-US The group meets from 9 to en-US 11 a.m. the first and third en-US Monday of each month, at 142 en-US Fairview Ave., Daytona en-US Beach. en-US For more information, call en-US Mary Ellen Schmitt at (386) en-US 295-7903.

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