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en-USAirport goes international en-US for first time in 20 en-USyearsen-USSunwing, a Canadian airline, will begin seasonal, en-US non-stop flight service between Toronto and Daytoen-US -en-US na Beach Jan. 28 thanks to collaboration and hard en-US work of several county agencies, Daytona Beach en-US International Airport officials stated in a news en-US release.en-US This initiative was realized through teamwork en-US and collaboration between multiple entities in the en-US community, said Jay Cassens, director of business en-US development for the airport. It would not have been en-US possible without the Daytona Beach Area Convenen-US -en-US tion and Visitors Bureau, Volusia County Council, en-US the entire airport team, Sunwing staff and our local en-US community advocate Alfredo Gonzalez.en-US Airport and county officials alike said the en-US new service provider will open up increased en-US tourism and business opportunities within en-US the county.en-US From tourism to economic development, en-US its a home run for our region, Mr. Cassens en-US said. We look forward to growing our parten-US -en-US nership for years to come.en-US A larger travel market opens back up at the airen-US -en-US port thanks to the new services Sunwing offers comen-US-en-US mercial flight consumers, said Rick Karl, DBIA en-US director, during the big reveal event Sept. 12. en-US Sunwing will be a complementary addition en-US alongside our existing major airlines, Mr. Karl said. en-US This new service will provide improved access to en-US our communitys top international travel market, en-US and it will be our first scheduled international seren-US -en-US vice en-US in over 20 years.en-US The airline will be the only Canadian en-US carrier to offer non-stop, international flights to en-US Daytona Beach, and the benefits of the new air seren-US -en-US vice are two-fold, creating an opportunity for en-US increased tourism in Volusia County and providing en-US an additional travel destination for local residents, en-USVolusia County students of en-US all ages will have the opporen-US -en-US tunity to learn, grow and en-US compete in a first-of-its-kind en-US event this fall.en-US STEMFEST Volusia will en-US exhibit what STEM truly is, en-US said Amy Monohan, K-12 en-US STEM specialist for Volusia en-US County Schools. There will en-US be exhibits, and food and fun en-US things to do and see.en-US The event, set for 2 to 7 en-US p.m. Sept. 24-25 at Daytona en-US Stadium (formerly Municien-US -en-US pal Stadium), 3917 LPGA en-US Blvd., is a partnership en-US between the school district en-US and the stadium to bring the en-US experience of STEM educaen-US-en-US tion to county students, en-US according to information en-US provided by the district.en-US The event will feature all en-US types of activities and exhiben-US-en-US its centered around STEM, en-US which stands for science, en-US technology, engineering and en-US mathematics.en-US There will be robots of all en-US kinds, even battling robots, en-US and all kinds of STEM activien-US-en-US ties, Ms. Monohan said. en-US National companies will en-US show what they are doing en-US that is STEM.en-US Not only is the event open en-US to the public, but students in en-US grades K-12 will get a first-en-US hand look in the way of field en-US trips. Elementary students en-US will attend Sept. 24 and secen-US -en-US ondary students will follow en-US Sept. 25. Field trip hours will en-US be from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and en-US the event is closed to the en-US public during those hours.en-US The event is an opportuen-US-en-USStadium will fill en-US to the brim with en-US STEM activities en-USLittle en-US Library en-US comes en-US to en-US Ormonden-USLittle Free Library is a en-US nonprofit organization that en-US inspires a love of reading, en-US builds community and en-US sparks creativity by fosteren-US -en-US ing neighborhood book en-US exchanges around the en-US world.en-US Thanks to Lizanne Swaren-US -en-US ingen, a middle school en-US teacher at St. Brendans en-US Catholic School in en-US Ormond Beach, the city en-US has a Little Free Library to en-US call its own. It is situated at en-US Bailey Riverbridge Garen-US -en-US dens Park at 1 N. Beach St. en-US Ms. Swaringen, who is en-US starting her 17th year at St. en-US Brendans, teaches sixth-en-US grade English and history en-US for grades sixth through en-US eighth. She recalled seeing en-US Photo by Diane Careyen-USLizanne Swaringen, a teacher at St. Brendans en-US Catholic School, stands in front of the Little Free en-US Library she brought to Ormond Beach. en-USBehind the decalen-US lies a hearten-USAngela Hart is a SMAART en-US mom, and shes opening doors en-US to other families who live with en-US autism. en-US The DeBary resident and en-US member of Strong Mothers en-US Altering Autisms Reality en-US Together wanted her son, en-US Dustin, and other families, to en-US feel welcomed at DeLand and en-US Volusia County businesses.en-US For the past five years, she en-US has run the not-for-profit en-US group, which issues the Ausen-US-en-US tim Welcomed decal that states en-US Helping Families Living With en-US Autism Feel Welcomed in en-US Public Places (Opening Doors, en-US Opening Hearts, And Creating en-US Smiles).en-US Businesses buy a decal (the en-US price covers only the cost of en-US printing the deal) and display en-US it on their front entrance, and en-US families know that, while not en-US always sensory sensitive, the en-US business is understanding and en-US welcoming.en-US There are many en-US heart-warming companies en-US that know someone or have a en-US family member with autism en-US these days. Because of this en-US there are many of these places en-US who show some type of en-US Autism Support, Ms. Hart en-US said. This unique symbol en-US shows more than your Autism en-US Support, but your compassion en-US and understanding for those en-US families.en-US In turn, those with autism en-US also learn.en-US Some of these places may en-US be loud, bright or even crowden-US -en-US ed. The idea is to feel welen-US -en-US comed, but at the same time to en-US help our special guys and girls en-US learn to cope and withstand en-US those things while in many en-US public places, she said. So en-US with the help of these wonderen-US -en-US ful people and places, they en-US have shared their smiles with en-US the Autism Welcomed smile. en-US This heart-felt symbol is en-US expressing one thing . en-US Autism families, we know it en-US took courage to come out en-US today, we understand and en-US weve got your back.en-US The response, both online en-US and in person, has been overen-US -en-US whelmingly positive and en-US rewarding, with more and en-US more businesses coming on en-USEverybody do your parten-USRandy Barber/staff photographeren-USSilhouetted by the morning sun, Malina Bland, 6, of Daytona Beach and her en-US brother, Miles, 8, help their mother Natasha in picking up trash along the en-US Halifax River during the International Coastal and Halifax/Indian River en-US Cleanup at Sunrise Park in Holly Hill on Saturday, Sept. 15. en-USVol. 13, No. 36 Your Local News and Information Source Friday, Sept. 21, 2018 ORMOND BEACH DA YT ONA BEACH HOLLY HILL inside Get on the highway en-USto the Bandshell Entertainment B1 en-USBACK TO BLACK en-USIndex Business A7 Classified B7 Crossword B6 Horoscopes B1 Out & About B1 Police Report A5 Sports A14 Viewpoint A6 en-USWhat happens en-US to all the stuff en-US they take out?en-US Page A3en-USLand en-US Linesen-US@HometownNewsVolusia @Hometownnewsvolusia @HVolusi $1.00 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 $5.95Tex Mex Thursdays $6.95 Friday & SaturdaySlow Cooked Prime Rib from $10.95 WEEKLY LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & KARAOKE! en-USNorth Beach Street en-US closing en-US for wastewater repairsen-USNorth Beach Street in en-US Ormond Beach will be closed en-US intermittently between Wilen-US -en-US mette Avenue and Melrose en-US Avenue Thursday, Sept. 20, to en-US Friday, Sept. 28, to allow the en-US city to perform wastewater en-US system repairs. en-US Traffic will be detoured en-US using Wilmette, North Ridgeen-US -en-US wood Avenue and Melrose.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 676-3269.en-USSeeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A4en-GBCommunity en-GB Notesen-USBy Gina McKeeen-USgmckee@hometownnewsol.comen-US Seeen-US en-US AIRPORT,en-US page A2en-USBy Gina McKeeen-USgmckee@hometownnewsol.comen-US Seeen-US en-US STADIUM,en-US page A2en-USBy Diane M. Careyen-USdcarey@hometownnewsol.comen-US Seeen-US en-US LIBRARY,en-US page A3en-USBy Gina McKeeen-USgmckee@hometownnewsol.comen-US Seeen-US en-US HEART,en-US page A4en-USWhat's up en-US with Social en-US Security? en-US Retiring en-US minds en-US want en-US to know Personal Finance A8 en-USPLAN STRONGER


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NOVA RD ORMOND BEACH 32174 Tel: 386-265-4444 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Its time for students to get en-UScarded.en-US Volusia County Public en-US Libraries are joining with the en-US American Library Associaen-US -en-US tion in a nationwide effort to en-US ensure each and every stuen-US -en-US dent has access to the full en-US range of library services with en-US their very own free library en-US card.en-US The value of todays libraren-US -en-US ies goes beyond books, en-US explained Lucinda Colee, en-US library services director for en-US Volusia County Public en-US Libraries, in a press release. en-US Todays libraries provide en-US access to computers, an en-US extensive online ebook en-US library, free databases, moven-US -en-US ies, music and many educaen-US -en-US tional programs for children en-US and adults. Access to these en-US educational materials can en-US provide Volusia County stuen-US-en-US dents with the tools they need en-US to succeed in school and en-US beyond.en-US Students of all ages can en-US benefit from their own free en-US library card, Ms. Colee said.en-US For preschool children, we en-US offer storytimes to encourage en-US school readiness. For older en-US children and teens, we supen-US-en-US plement education with after en-US school programs and digital en-US tools such as And en-US for nontraditional students, en-US we have GED resources, she en-US said. Theres really someen-US -en-US thing for everyone, and its all en-US free with a library card.en-US The nationwide initiative, en-US which runs throughout the en-US month of September at every en-US Volusia County Public en-US Library branch, fits in preen-US-en-US cisely with goals Ms. Colee en-US presented to the Volusia en-US County Council in May as en-US part of the libraries five-year en-US plan.en-US Looking past the Septemen-US -en-US ber initiative, the library sysen-US -en-US tem hopes to eventually parten-US -en-US ner directly with schools to en-US make sure every student in en-US the countys schools has full en-US access to all materials, both en-US on the shelves and online, en-US regardless of the status of en-US their personal library cards, en-US Ms. Coleen-US e said.en-US Many of our students have en-US library cards (the cant use), en-US Ms. Colee said. Maybe they en-US got them when they were en-US younger, and then for whaten-US-en-US ever reason, materials didnt en-US get returned, or are long overen-US -en-US due, and if they return them en-US there are high fines.en-US If they cant pay the fines, en-US they cant access the materien-US -en-US als. A student library card en-US would allow the access, she en-US said.en-US We want to make sure en-US they have access, especially to en-US the online resources, she en-US said.en-US With this new nationwide en-US library initiative, that goal is en-US one step closer to a reality.en-US To register up for a student en-US library card, visit any library en-US branch in person. To learn en-US more about en-USlibrary resources, en-US visiten-US airport officials stated in the en-US news release. en-US Sunwing, which offers packen-US -en-US ages for vacations as well as en-US regular commercial service en-US flights from 33 Canadian airen-US -en-US ports to more than 45 vacation en-US destinations, will include Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach as its fourth vacaen-US -en-US tion package special destinaen-US -en-US tion in Florida, officials said. en-US The airline currently services en-US Orlando, St. Petersburg/Clearen-US -en-US water and Fort Lauderdale. en-US The airlineen-US is known in en-US Canada for discounted rates en-US and direct flights to the sunny en-US south and operates one of that en-US countrys newest and most en-USfuel-efficient fleets, Sunen-US wing en-US officials said. The fleet is comen-US -en-US prised of more than 40 Boeing en-US 737-800 and 737 MAX 8 airen-US -en-US craft with cutting-edge techen-US -en-US nology.en-US Also, the airline offers seaen-US -en-US sonal winter and summer en-US domestic flight services across en-US Canada, from Saint John to en-US Victoria and everywhere in en-US between. The airline is the en-US winner of multiple Consumer en-US Choice Awards for five conen-US -en-US secutive years for its in-flight en-US service that includes a free en-US sparkling wine toast, non-alen-US-en-US coholic beverage service and en-US backpacks filled with games en-US and toys for children, accorden-US-en-US ing to the companys website.en-US nity for engagement and en-US exchange between children, en-US teens, families and STEM proen-US-en-US fessioen-US nals, she said. Exhibien-US -en-US tors provide hands-on activien-US-en-US ties, live performances, en-US interactive demonstrations en-US and family-oriented STEM en-US entertainment.en-US Sponsors and exhibits en-US include Volusia County en-US Schools; Father Lopez Cathoen-US -en-US lic High School; Embry-Riden-US -en-US dle Aeronautical University; en-US Daytona State College; Intellien-US -en-US vance; Stardust Educational en-US Services; NASA; Daytona en-US Beach Drone Unit; Bobs Space en-US Racers; Teledyne Marine; Lyoen-US -en-US nia Environmental Center; en-US Thompson Pump; Burns Scien-US -en-US ence and Technology Center; en-US DMC Engineering; Florida en-US Hospital; Halifax Health; Floren-US -en-US ida Alliance of Search and en-US Rescue; Florida Fish and en-US Wildlife Conservation Comen-US -en-US mission; Battle Beach Combat en-US Robots; and Coca Cola The en-US Science of Beverages.en-US In addition to cool hands-en-US on science experiments, baten-US -en-US tling robots and cutting-edge en-US technological displays, stuen-US-en-US dents will compete for cash en-US and other prizes throughout en-US the three-day event.en-US Advance adult tickets are en-US available online for $10, howen-US -en-US ever, all students 18 years and en-US younger, whether enrolled in en-US public or private school or en-US home school, get in free. en-US For information, tickets or to en-US donate to en-USthe event, visit en-US stemen-US -en-US are working en-US to card every student en-USPhoto courtesy of Daytona International Airporten-USSunwing will begin flying between Daytona Beach and Toronto in January.en-USBy Gina en-USAirporten-USFrom page A1en-USStadiumen-USFrom page A1


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Call today to schedule a tour of our beautiful community and discover why so many are proud to call Bishops Glen home! en-USa Little Free Library while in en-US Pennsylvania several years en-US ago. This year, learning she en-US was going to teach the English en-US Language Arts class, she said en-US thats it, we are doing the en-US library.en-US She added, I really love this en-US park, I want one here. en-US Ms. Swaringen said city staff en-US were immediately on board en-US with the project and even gave en-US her a spot for placement at the en-US park. They were so super en-US excited about this she said.en-US She ordered the basic shape en-US of the library, but painted it en-US herself, stained the roof and en-US added a steeple. She held a en-US Facebook fundraiser to puren-US -en-US chase it along with the cedar en-US post it sits on. In three days, en-US she had the money, including en-US contributions from former en-US students. Once the library was en-US attached to the post, she starten-US -en-US ed filling it with books. en-US The organization promotes en-US literacy, according to Ms. en-US Swaringen and she has willen-US-en-US ingly taken on the task of en-US monitoring the library and en-US making sure the books are en-US appropriate. No magazines are en-US allowed. People are encouren-US -en-US aged to take books and replace en-US them with other books, but en-US there are no set rules. People en-US can keep the books they take. en-US Her students help donate en-US books and create bookmarks en-US people also can keep. Ms. en-US Swaringen plans on including en-US some local history books as en-US part of the library. en-US Its a family library she en-US said. Family friendly. en-US At first, she noticed the en-US books disappeared quickly but en-US now she is seeing other books en-US coming in to take their place. en-US She stressed it is not a dumpen-US -en-US ing ground for books to be left en-US there in boxes, but rather a en-US place where one book should en-US be donated at a time. It is en-US meant to be a book exchange. en-US All the Little Free Libraries en-US are different. You can build en-US your own or buy them already en-US made. According to the weben-US-en-US site, there are 75,000 registered en-US Little Free Library book en-US exchanges in 88 countries en-US worldwide, with tens of milen-US -en-US lions of books being en-US exchanged each year. Little en-US Free Libraries increase access en-US to books for readers of all ages en-US and backgrounds. en-US The Little Free Library has en-US been up a month and people en-US are using it. en-US Liz Glover stopped by to en-US take some books for her en-US granddaughters. en-US It was a nice surprise to see en-US that they had a little library en-US here, Ms. Glover said. Its en-US adorable. It was a wonderful en-US idea. en-US She selected three editions en-US of American Girl.en-US Of course, for a larger selecen-US -en-US tion of books to borrow, the en-US Ormond Beach Regional en-US Library is nearby at 30 S. en-US Beach St. en-US There are other free libraries en-US in Volusia County. en-US For more en-US information, visit en-US littlefreelien-US-en-US en-USI en-USknow you have noticed the en-US trend in modern retail of en-US being charged for things the en-US manufacturers have purposely en-US left out. en-USWhy is it we have to pay en-US more of our hard-earned cash en-US in order for certain things to en-US be deleted from the things we en-US need? If an item is advertised en-US to be gluten free or fat free, it en-US is a given we will be asked to en-US cough up a price increase for en-US it. en-US Of course, it was the en-US sugar-free craze that began en-US this many decades ago. When en-US I was younger, those sugen-US -en-US ar-free soft drink ads would en-US cause me to think about huge en-US piles of left out sugar that en-US must be stacked in the parking en-US lots. (Right next to the en-US caffeine I suppose.) en-US Although there are tons of en-US dietary and medical products en-US that get left out, the one that en-US bothers me most is ice cream. en-US How did we let them get away en-USwith selling a half gallon of ice en-US cream that is actually only a en-US quart and a half. The price did en-US not go down accordingly. The en-US fact I can take up a spoon and en-US go through an entire so-called en-US half gallon of ice cream leaves en-US me with inescapable guilt. en-US Luckily if you shop carefully, en-US there are still companies that en-US make a full half gallon. en-US Most of the time, the beer en-US companies charge more for en-US their low-calorie versions. en-US What did they leave out to en-US bring down the calorie count en-US and where did it go? In the en-US 1970s, about the time they en-US took the lead out of gasoline, en-US the price per gallon tripled. en-US These days there is a long en-US list of things that are routinely en-US left out. Trans fats seem to be en-US big, although I have no idea en-US what that is. Tree nuts have en-US become a plague on society. en-US Must we really make an effort en-US to leave out antibiotics? en-US Wouldnt you think that to be en-US a given? en-US High fructose corn syrup en-US has become an enemy of the en-US state, but I think I love it. en-US Fillers, dyes, preservatives and en-US GMOs are a big no-no. Every en-US now and again, a company is en-US found to be in violation of en-US some of these. A while back en-US some packaged foods aimed at en-US vegetarians were found to be en-US made with lard. No doubt en-US about it, if you want to sell en-US tasty food, pig fat is the way to en-US go. en-US If all of the businesses en-US continue to act on the en-US principal that we will pay en-US more for things left out, the en-US following could soon become en-US a reality. en-US At the Subway sandwich en-US shop, the person building your en-US sub asks if you would like en-US green peppers, mayonnaise, en-US ketchup or hot peppers. All of en-US those you decline, but at the en-US checkout the person there en-US says, OK, now, you have no en-US green peppers, that will be 30 en-US cents. No mayonnaise a en-US quarter, 10 cents for no en-US ketchup and 40 cents for no en-US hot peppers. When she rings en-US you up, that adds a buck five en-US to your bill.en-US Dont laugh, we may be en-US heading in that direction. en-US I dont care for the way TV en-US leaves out half my screen en-US while raising the price. en-US Putting those advertising en-US bands across the bottom while en-US I am trying to read subtitles is en-US something I could do without. en-US Oh, another thing about the en-US tube. It appears the reality en-US thing has managed to leave en-US out real actors, too. Television en-US is too expensive to leave en-US anything out, especially en-US quality performers.en-US The one place where I en-US would like them to leave en-US things out is in the new cars. en-US All those complicated gizmos en-US are just more things to break. en-US Right now my SUV is conen-US -en-US stantly telling me I have low en-US air pressure in my tires. I dont en-US need something for that. en-US Besides it is not true, the thing en-US is broken. In my next car, I en-US will try to eliminate that en-US unless they want to charge me en-US more for leaving it out.en-US 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.neten-US or call (386) en-US 441-7793.en-USPaying for stuff you didnt get en-USLAND LINESen-USDAN SMITH Library en-USFrom page A1


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BALLOUGH SINCE 1947 en-USCOA opening en-US new main officeen-USThe Volusia County Counen-US -en-US cil on Aging will be open in en-US its new main office Monday, en-US Sept. 24, aten-US 420 Fentress Blvd. en-US in Daytona Beach Monday, en-US Sept. 24. en-US The temporary offices will en-US close at 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. en-US 21. The COA main office was en-US displaced from Beach Street en-US because of flooding caused by en-US Hurricane Irma. en-US While the computer serven-US-en-US ers are moved, phone and en-US email sysen-US tems will be unavailen-US -en-US able. They will be back online en-US Sept. 24.en-USPalmetto Club to meeten-USThe Palmetto Club will en-US meet at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. en-US 21, at 1000 S. Beach St., Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach. en-US Card playing will be from en-US 10 a.m. to noon. An Estate en-US Jewelry Sale will be at 11:30 en-US a.m. A Special Boutique.en-US Guest speaker will be Kelly en-US Lowe, author of The Sun en-US Always Shines, her story of en-US how she escaped the shadow en-US of loss to discover a beautiful en-US new normal. en-US Lunch will be served at en-US noon. The cost is $15. Menu en-US entree is: vegetable lasagna en-US (optional: chicken salad plate, en-US romaine salad plate (with en-US baked chicken), or a fruit en-US plate.)en-US For a reservation, call (386) en-US 334-9304.en-USOrmond Outpost en-US to host Yappy Houren-US en-USOrmond Outpost will host en-US a special Yappy Hour wine en-US tasting event for local resien-US-en-US dents and their canine friends en-US from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. en-US 21, at 1385 N. U.S. 1, Ormond en-US Beach.en-US The event will feature a en-US variety of wines from around en-US the world to taste for free, en-US provided by S.R. Perrott, as en-US well as large selection of wine en-US for purchase, $2 beers and en-US food from Fatboyz Couch en-US Potatoes food truck.en-US There will be live music by en-US G Michaels Music along with en-US multiple vendors, including en-US Keys & Collars Pet Sitters, en-US dog trainer Aaron Tucker, en-US Barkle N Shine Self-Serve en-US Dog Wash and Grooming en-US Pawsitive photo booth, Woof en-US Sniff Wag and Co apparel, en-US Hollowpoint Jerky & Apparel, en-US Dogtona Beach Pet Resort. en-US The event will benefit en-US Sophies Circle Dog Rescue, a en-US local nonprofit and Volusia en-US Countys only pet food pantry en-US dedicated to providing pet en-US food to financially-chalen-US-en-US lenged families.en-USLow-cost pet clinicsen-USThere will be three low-en-US cost pet shot clinics sponen-US -en-US sored by the Society for the en-USPhoto courtesy of Angela Harten-USAngela Hart, DeBary SMAART mom who started the Autism Welcomed Decal, en-US celebrates with her son, Dustin, in front of a local store that recently added en-US the decal. en-USboard and offering their en-US (sometimes newly found) en-US understanding.en-US These places are ones we all en-US enter every day and although I en-US would love to demand every en-US place in the world to be sensoen-US -en-US ry friendly, she said. This is en-US just not being realistic.en-US Many businesses go a step en-US further and, in conjunction en-US with the decal program, offer en-US special Autism-Friendly en-US events, Ms. Hart said.en-US Businesses, such as Ocoee en-US Taco Co., That One Fun Place, en-US Kidzone, Tires Plus, Skydive en-US DeLand and so many more are en-US part of a large and growing en-US network that now spreads en-US beyond Volusia County.en-US For more information, or en-US for a list of participating busien-US -en-US nesses, visit autismwelomedecal.en-USNotesen-USFrom page A1 en-USHearten-USFrom page A1en-US Seeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A6


en-USOrmond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill A-5 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-6p Sat. by appt. Phone 386-673-3535 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.386-673-3535 Serving the community for over 10 years All appointments one on one 5 private treatment rooms Manual Therapy Certified Therapists Certified Hand Therapist Occupational Therapist TPI Certified Therapists (Golf Fitness) Cutting edge treatment with the most up to date technology, techniques Open 7AM to 6PM Daytona Beach en-USPolice Departmenten-USRobert A. Peterson, 34, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 7 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of cannabis, possession en-US of Schedule II substance and en-US trespass in an occupied strucen-US -en-US ture. Bail was set at $30,000. en-US Vernon S. Pride, 36, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 7 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of cannabis and posen-US -en-US session of cocaine. Bail was set en-US at $2,500. en-US Matthew J. Lopata, 27, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 7 and charged with false en-US imprisonment and aggravated en-US assault with a deadly weapon. en-US Bail was not set. en-US Shelby J. Fairchild, 23, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 7 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of paraphernalia and en-US possession of cocaine. Bail was en-US set at $20,000. en-US Mohga Kodsy, 59, of Dayen-US-en-US tona Beach, was arrested Sept. en-US 7 and charged with child-act en-US that could result in physical/en-US mental injury. Bail was not set. en-US John E. Patterson, 37, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 8 and charged with grand en-US theft. Bail was set at $2,500. en-US Jordan David Rau, 36, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 8 and charged with manen-US -en-US ufacturing, selling, possession en-US alter misbranded/unfit drug. en-US Possession of Alprazolam and en-US possession of paraphernalia. en-US Bail was set at $16,000. en-US Kearn Williams, 44, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 8 and charged with tamen-US -en-US pering with a witness, battery en-US and domestic violence assault. en-US Bail was not set. en-US Amaya N. Richardson, 18, en-US of Daytona Beach, was arresten-US -en-US ed Sept. 9 and charged with en-US aggravated battery on a pregen-US -en-US nant person. Bail was not set. en-US Hakeem Travon McArthur, en-US 21, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested Sept. 9 and charged en-US with aggravated battery on a en-US pregnant person. Bail was not en-US set. en-US Marvin Leroy Johnson Jr., en-US 47, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested Sept. 9 and charged en-US with carrying a concealed fireen-US-en-US arm and no valid drivers en-US license. Bail was set at $3,000. en-US Donald E. Mays, 23, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 9 and charged with tamen-US -en-US pering with a witness, en-US child-infliction of physical/en-US mental injury, resisting an en-US officer without violence and en-US aggravated battery with a en-US deadly weapon/great bodily en-US harm. Bail was not set.en-US Ian E. Poole, 37, of Daytona en-US Beach, was arrested Sept. 9 en-US and charged with aggravated en-US battery on a pregnant person. en-US Bail was not set. en-US William Cruz, 44, of Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach, was arrested Sept. en-US 10 and charged with possesen-US -en-US sion of Schedule III substance. en-US Bail was not set. en-US Paul Raymond Timmons en-US Jr., 51, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested Sept. 10 and charged en-US with grand theft and felony en-US petit theft. Bail was set at en-US $10,000.en-US James Thomas Norquist, en-US 24, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested Sept. 11 and charged en-US with attempted burglary of an en-US occupied dwelling. Bail was set en-US at $5,000.en-US Steven R. Needham, 38, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 11 and charged with buren-US -en-US glary of an unoccupied dwellen-US-en-US ing. Bail was set at $25,000.en-US Raymond M. Wallace, 30, en-US of Daytona Beach, was arresten-US -en-US ed Sept. 12 and charged with en-US loitering or prowling and posen-US -en-US session of cannabis with intent en-US to sell within 1,000 feet of a en-US park. Bail was set at $25,500.en-US Carmen Lavinia Munoz, en-US 28, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested Sept. 12 and charged en-US with aggravated assault with a en-US deadly weapon. Bail was not en-US set. en-USMelinda L. Myles, 26, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 12 and charged with en-US aggravated assault with a en-US deadly weapon. Bail was not en-US set. en-US Xavier Valenti Melhado, en-US 35, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested Sept. 12 and charged en-US with possession of parapheren-US -en-US nalia and possession of Scheden-US-en-US ule I substance. Bail was set at en-US $2,000. en-US Teddy G. Cooper, 37, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 13 and charged with en-US drug offense and possession of en-US more than three grams synen-US -en-US thetic cannabis. Bail was set at en-US $3,000.en-US JohnPaul N. Torres, 19, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 13 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of paraphernalia, canen-US -en-US nabis and methamphetamine. en-US Bail was not set. en-US Jeremy M. Amende, 34, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 13 and charged with en-US resisting an officer without en-US violence and possession of en-US methamphetamine. Bail was en-US set at $3,000.en-US Kevin Alfred Findley, 43, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 13 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of Schedule IV suben-US-en-US stance and possession of paraen-US -en-US phernalia. Bail was not set. en-US Jennifer Lynn Steinman, en-US 25, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested Sept. 13 and charged en-US with possession of cocaine, en-US burglary of an occupied strucen-US -en-US ture, possession of heroin and en-US possession of a Schedule I suben-US -en-US stance. Bail was not set.en-US Stanley G. Brown, 40, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 13 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of MDMA. Bail was set en-US at $2,500.en-US Charles N. Bush, 30, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 13 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of heroin. Bail was not en-US set.en-US Virdell Myers III, 33, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 13 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of Hydrocodone, en-US resisting an officer without en-US violence and carrying a conen-US-en-US cealed firearm. Bail was not en-US set.en-USOrmond Beach en-US Police Departmenten-USPeter A. Frangiskakis, 32, en-US of Ormond Beach, was arresten-US-en-US ed Sept. 10 and charged with en-US possession of hashish oil and en-US possession of paraphernalia. en-US Bail was not set. en-USHolly Hill en-US Police Departmenten-USRalph Justin Baker. 52, of en-US Holly Hill, was arrested Sept. en-US 11 and charged with possesen-US -en-US sion of methamphetamine and en-US possession of paraphernalia. en-US Bail was set at $3,000.en-US Lisa Marie Clapp, 30, of en-US Holly Hill, was arrested Sept. en-US 12 and charged with felony en-US petit theft. Bail was set at en-US $2,500. en-US Zane A. Haser, 22, of Holly en-US Hill, was arrested Sept. 12 and en-US charged resisting an officer en-US without violence and tamperen-US -en-US ing with physical evidence. en-US Bail was set at $2,000. en-USVolusia County en-US Sheriffs Officeen-USDeeaundre S. Smith, 25, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 7 and charged with failen-US -en-US ure to redeliver leased equipen-US-en-US ment. Bail was set at $1,000. en-US Dave Webster, 48, of Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach, was arrested Sept. en-US 7 and charged with purchase en-US of cocaine. Bail was set at en-US $2,500. en-US Frederick Leeros Davis en-US Reaves, 30, of Daytona Beach, en-US was arrested Sept. 7 and en-US charged with sale of cocaine en-US within 1,000 feet of child care en-US facility. Bail was set at $10,000. en-US Jenna Leigh Rinehart 33, of en-US Editors note: en-US This is a list of en-US arrests, not convictions, and all en-USarrestees are presumed innoen-US -en-US cent unless or until proven en-US guilty in a court of law.en-USPolice Reporten-USSeeen-US en-US POLICE,en-US page A6 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-USThe Volusia County en-US Sheriffs Office is trying to en-US locate Anthony Stoddard en-US (DOB en-US April 4, 1986), who en-US is wanted in connection en-US with two incidents in en-US Deltona Aug. 8. en-US At around 8:30 a.m., a en-US resident at a home in the en-US 500 block of Sullivan Street en-US reported an attempted caren-US -en-US jacking. The victim was en-US about to work on his wifes en-US van when the unidentified en-US man jumped into the driven-US-en-US ers seat and tried to shift en-US the van into gear. The vicen-US -en-US tim wrestled the male susen-US-en-US pect out of the drivers seat. en-US During the process, the en-US suspect kicked the victim en-US in the face before opening en-US the door, falling out of the en-US van and fleeing the scene. en-US The suspecen-US t was described en-US as a white male about 5 feet en-US 7 inches tall, medium build en-US with medium length hair en-US and a scrubby beard. en-US Detectives later learned en-US about a burglary that en-US occurred 20 minutes earlier en-US in the 1000 block of Foren-US -en-US tune Court, a short walk en-US away. A male resident en-US reported a suspect matchen-US-en-US ing the description had illeen-US -en-US gally entered his homes en-US pool area while the resident en-US was away. The suspect was en-US spotted on surveillance en-US video. The Sheriffs Office en-US believe the suspect is Stoden-US -en-US dard.en-US If you have any informaen-US -en-US tion about the whereabouts en-US of Anthony Stoddard, conen-US -en-US tact ten-US he Volusia County en-US Sheriffs Office at (386) en-US 248-1777. Or to remain en-US anonymous, call Crime en-US Stoppers of Northeast Floren-US -en-US ida at (888) 277-8477 or en-US northeastflorida.crimesen-US -en-US You may en-US be eligien-US ble for a cash en-US reward.en-USWanted en-USAnthony Stoddard


Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 5059 Turnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2018, Hometown News, L.C.Phone (386) 322-5900 Fax (386) 322-5901Classified (386) 322-5949 Rants & Raves (386) 322-5902Circulation Inquiries 1-866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comORMOND BEACH Voted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Farris Robinson .......... President Vernon D. Smith ......... Managing Partner Don Hornbeck ........... Regional Circulation Manager Flora Wilkerson .......... Circulation Administrator Robin Bevilacqua ........ Human Resources Annita Ferrante .......... Account Receivable Amanda Wheaton ....... Credit & Collections Cecil G. Brumley ......... Managing Editor Kathy Young ............ Major/Natl. Accounts Manager Kristi Moore ............. Office Mgr/Comm. Relations Cathy Moody ............ Senior Account Manager Rodney Bookhardt ....... 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They are reassuren-US -en-US ing. en-USIn response to: Give bicyclists more roomen-USFirst, commenting bicycle riders are rude people is a broad en-US and ignorant statemenen-US t. Im sure at oen-US ne point in your life you too en-US were a bicycle rider. Were you rude? en-US Where would you propose bicycle riders ride? On the sideen-US -en-US walks that are meant for pedestrians? en-US It sounds to me you are one of the people who dont move over en-US and give a bicycle rider proper clearance. The only time I see a en-US bicycle in the middle of the road is usually when the rider is en-US crossing a road, or going around aen-US n obstacle, or in a neighboren-US -en-US hood on a back street. This is where you find the neighborhood en-US children riding who delight in racing and riding in circles and en-US generally doing innocent kid stuff.en-US Bicycles are subject to the same rules as motor vehicles. Just en-US like motor vehicle operators, you will find some breaking the en-US law, riding against traffic. This is a danger to all because most en-US cars, when pulling out of a driveway or into an intersection, are en-US not looking for bicycles riding on the wrong side of the road, en-US and just not paying attention.en-US They should be ticketed as should a motorist. Maybe we need en-US more bicycle rider education, but how in the world would en-US requiring a bicycle to be registered solve any of these issues? en-US How about motorists and bicyclists alike use more of what seems en-US to be missing in large amouen-USnts these days common sense and en-US courtesy? en-US As it stands, the law is give bicyclists three feet of clearance. en-US That means stay three feet off of the bicycle lane, not drive next en-US to or on the line. Give more than three feet when driving highen-US -en-US way speeds.en-USSave the treesen-USI have recently called the City of New Smyrna Beach and en-US found out they have no law against cutting oak trees down. en-US Anyone can do it as long as they apply for it. I think the county en-US is different. This is upsetting when you see beautiful oaks being en-US cut down, like at the shopping plaza. These oak trees are goren-US -en-US geous. I think it is terrible they are allowed to do this. en-USWhy work?en-USI would like to know why any of us should work. en-US If they are building a $6 million building for the homeless at en-US taxpayers expense, why should I work? I would have a nice place en-US to live and during the day I could stand on the street corner and en-US collect free money from the motorists. en-US It seems like the people who work are the stupid ones.en-USThanks for a lot of helpen-USLast week, I took my wife to Halifax Health Medical Center.en-US When we were leaving, we had car trouble on Dunn Avenue. en-US It was about 90 degrees. I bet 30 people came by to help us. We en-US had to wait an hour for AAA. en-US Two men pushed our car out of the way. A lady came by and en-US asked us if we had water. We didnt. She went and got us water. en-US I cant believe how many people stopped to see if they could en-US help us. I thank each and every one of them. en-USEnforce or eliminateen-USI think I have a great idea. Why doesnt Volusia County elimien-US -en-US nate a few laws such as;en-US Drinking alcohol on the beachen-US Drinking from plastic cups on the beachen-US Speeding on the beachen-US Littering on the beach (cigarettes, fireworks, etc.)en-US Possession of fireworks on the beachen-US Lights at night during turtle season on the beachen-US Sleeping overnight on the beachen-US These laws are not enforced anyway so why even have them on en-US the books? Have officers been told to ignore these blatant violaen-US -en-US tions?en-US I realize the Beach Patrol can only do so much, but when you en-US dont even see them pass by for five hours, maybe they need to en-US hire more help. Night patrols are nonexistent. en-US I am retired from law enforcement, so I realize they have a difen-US -en-US ficult job, but please enforce the laws or get rid of them. en-US I can sure understand why Wide Open Fun is our new sloen-US -en-US gan. en-US en-USIn response to: Prefer live clerksen-USI happen to agree. People need to stop and realize you dont get en-US a discount for not only doing your own shopping, but checking en-US yourself out and bagging your items and taking them to your car. en-US Youre paying as much, if not more, and there are less employen-US -en-US ees. The only place making money off this scam is the store. en-US I have gotten into the habit now if there are only one or two en-US lanes open with a real person and the lines are long, I go back en-US into the store fill my cart to the brim with non-food items and en-US then leave it.en-US At least one of the few employees left in the store might get en-US some overtime pay for putting the stuff back. If I want to self en-US check, I will stay home, save my gas and shop on Amazon. At en-US least they deliver.en-USSmelly serviceen-USSpectrum stinks. I have requested time and time again for a en-US hard copy bill, so they said fine, but they never send me one. en-US However, they doubled the bill to $300 plus and want me to en-US pay by credit card, which I dont like to do. Spectrum stinks and en-US it's smelly. en-USDisappointed in moveen-USI am so disappointed Hobby Lobby has moved. en-US Now, they are forcing everyone to go to the new location, en-US fighting to get on Interstate 95, fighting traffic. I think they are en-US going to lose a lot of business here. en-US All the locals from Port Orange go there and no one wants to en-US fight all that traffic to go to the new site. en-USThanks, fire departmenten-USI would like to thank the DeLand Fire Department for always en-US being the first responders for my 97-year-old husband who has a en-US tendency to be confused and fall. en-US I was so apologetic because it seems to be happening more. en-US Not having neighbors to call for help or who care, DeLand Fire en-US Department does care and does show up. en-USGift of lifeen-USRandy Barber/staff photographeren-USGermaine Cloninger of Daytona Beach has her blood drawn by OneBlood Donor Specialist Samuel en-US Palacio during the Drive to Donate Blood Drive at the Daytona International Speedway on Saturday, en-US Sept. 8. 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-USPrevention of Cruelty to Anien-US-en-US mals Rescue on Saturday en-US Sept. 22. en-US The first clinic will be from en-US 9 to 11 a.m. at Big Lots, 3818 en-US S. Nova Road, Port Orange.en-US The second clinic will be en-US from noon to 1:30 p.m. at A en-US Pampered Pooch Groomer en-US 295 S. Yonge St., Ormond en-US Beach. en-US The third clinic will be en-US from 3 to 4:30 p.m. at the en-US American Legion Post, 619 en-US Canal St., New Smyrna Beach.en-US Heart worm prevention en-US and flea control products will en-US be available to buy. Cash only en-US for the shots. Clinic is open to en-US everyone, no appointment en-US needed. Proceeds benefit anien-US -en-US mals.en-US For more information, visit en-US,en-US or call or text en-US (386) 748-8993.en-USCharter night en-US for new Lionsen-USDaytona Halifax Area Lions en-US Club Second Charter Night en-US Dinner will been-US from 5:30 to en-US 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, at en-US the Palmetto Club, 1000 S. en-US Beach St., Daytona Beach.en-US Business attire required. en-US Social Hour (cash bar availen-US -en-US able) will be 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. en-US Dinner will been-US served at 6:30 en-US p.m. Cost is $27 per person en-US and includes dinner, dessert en-US and beverages. en-US Meet the Halifax Area en-US Lions Club members and see en-US what services they provide for en-US the community. en-US For a reservation, email en-US Mary Tyson at mtyson541@en-US Payment by check or en-US money order can be sent to en-US Daytona Halifax Area Lions en-US Club, Cassandra Jessie or en-US Crystal Ford, 408 White St., en-US Daytona Beach, FL 32114.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 254-3830.en-USOrmond library hosts en-US book saleen-USThe Friends of the Ormond en-US Beach Library will host a en-US book sale from 9 a.m. to 3 en-US p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, at 30 en-US S. Beach St.en-US The sale will include new en-US and used books, videos, CDs, en-US childrens books and magaen-US-en-US zines. All items are buy one, en-US get one of equal or lesser en-US value. en-US Proceeds will be used to en-US support library projects and en-US programs.en-US For more information, call en-US Jane Finchum at (386) 441-en-US 8969.en-USOrmond Beach en-US Oktoberfesten-USThe Ormond Beach Historen-US en-USOrmond Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 7 and charged with en-US throwing lighted match, causen-US -en-US ing wildfire and driving with en-US licensed canceled, suspended/en-US revoked. Bail was set at en-US $1,250. en-US Sharon Showalter, 30, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 8 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of heroin, cocaine, en-US methamphetamine, a Scheden-US -en-US ule IV substance and paraen-US-en-US phernalia. Bail was not set.en-US Richard A. Rumph, 24, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 8 and charged with baten-US-en-US tery, make harassing phone en-US calls and written threats to en-US kill or do bodily injury. Bail en-US was set at $2,000. en-US Isaiah James Rivers, 24, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 8 and charged with caren-US -en-US rying a concealed firearm, en-US possession of a schedule II en-US substance, possession of canen-US-en-US nabis, resisting an officer en-US without violence and flee/en-US attempt elude with lights siren en-US active. Bail was set at $8,500.en-US Jennien-USfer L. Regester, 41, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 8 and charged with en-US grand theft of a motor vehicle. en-US Bail was set at $5,000. en-US Maelein S. Green, 37, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 8 and charged with buren-US -en-US glary of an unoccupied dwellen-US -en-US ing and attempted petit theft. en-US Bail was set at $3,000. en-US Justin W. Kozak, 39, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 10 and charged with felen-US-en-US ony petit theften-US Bail was not en-US set. en-US David Ranard Duhart, 35, en-US of Daytona Beach, was arresten-US -en-US ed Sept. 11 and charged with en-US possession of a Schedule II en-US substance, possession of paren-US -en-US aphernalia, possession of heren-US -en-US oin with intent to sell and en-US possession of cocaine with en-US intent to sell. Bail was set at en-US $55,500. en-US Diane Cooper, 50, of Dayen-US -en-US tona Beacen-US h, was arrested Sept. en-US 12 and charged with orgaen-US -en-US nized scheme to defraud and en-US grand theft. Bail was set at en-US $50,000. en-US Amber Lynn Robinson, en-US 27, of Ormond Beach, was en-US arrested Sept. 12 and charged en-US with possession of heroin. en-US Bail was not set. en-US Mack Carl Arline, 28, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 12 and charged with en-US flee/attempt elude with lights en-US siren active. Bail was not set. en-US Levon Bellamy, 56, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 12 and charged with en-US drive with expired driver en-US license, pen-US ossession of a Scheden-US-en-US ule II substance, possession of en-US paraphernalia and possession en-US of methamphetamine. Bail as en-US set at $4,000. en-US Shyla A. Rogers, 27, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 12 and charged with en-US possession of heroin and posen-US -en-US session of Schedule IV suben-US -en-US stance. Bail was not set.en-US Jill J. Waterman, 31, of en-US Holly Hill, was arrested Sept. en-US 13 and charged with a drug en-US offense tampering with en-US physicaen-US l evidence, possession en-US of cannabis and driving while en-US license canceled, suspended/en-US revoked. Bail was set at en-US $6,000.en-USVolusia County Beach en-US Patrolen-USNikita E. Khabarov, 33, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Sept. 11 and charged with en-US possession of methampheten-US -en-US amine, alcoholic beverage on en-US the beach and possession of en-US paraphernalia. Bail was set at en-US $3,500.en-USNotesen-USFrom page A4en-USPolice en-USFrom page A5 en-USSeeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A9


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The areas most trusted A/C & Heat company since 1928 Hugh, 31 years with company en-USBusiness Newsen-USOcean Center promotes en-US Tim Buckley en-USTim Buckley, a 15-year en-US employee of the Ocean Center, en-US has been en-US promoteden-US to director en-US of sales and en-US marketing.en-US Mr. Bucken-US -en-US ley joined en-US the counen-US-en-US ty-owned en-US convention centers staff in en-US 2003 asen-US an event coordinator and en-US was later promoted to sales en-US manager. en-USConstruction starting en-US on student apartmentsen-US Construction is underway en-US on Bellamy Daytona, a gated, en-US four-story, resort-style comen-US-en-US munity open to students en-US enrolled in any area college or en-US university. en-US The $26 million Daytona en-US Beach community will have 96 en-US fully-furnished apartments en-US with 376 private bedrooms.en-US This is the only community en-US in the area where every fulen-US -en-US ly-furnished apartment has en-US private bedrooms with their en-US own individual baths and en-US study areas, plus unique high-en-US tech amenities, said Brantley en-US Basinger, principal with develen-US-en-US oper Mallory & Evans. While en-US the Daytona Beach area has at en-US least six public and private colen-US -en-US leges and universities, only en-US two offer student housing, so en-US we expect it will generate a lot en-US of interest.en-US Construction is expected to en-US be complete for the 2019 fall en-US semester. Caliber Living is en-US managing and leasing the en-US apartments.. For information en-US and updates, visit Bellaen-US -en-US en-USSeeen-US en-US BUSINESS,en-US page A8en-USAen-USs the last day of summer en-US hits the calendar, its a en-US good time to look back en-US at this years summer tourism en-US season in Volusia County and en-US see what happened.en-USFor the industry, the news is en-US sort of good with bed tax en-US collections up about 4 percent en-US in the May-July period from en-US the same period of 2017. The en-US Halifax area had a hiccup in en-US May and Southeast Volusia en-US was down in July, but overall it en-US was an OK season.en-US So what could make it a en-US great season? Simple, we need en-US more accommodations. en-US Fortunately theyre already in en-US the works, so next year should en-US be better. en-US Of course, Volusia also has a en-US winter-spring tourism season en-US with race fans, bikers and en-US spring breakers that would be en-US the envy of a lot of resort en-US areas. But with more accomen-US -en-US modations, it could also have en-US something new a fall en-US convention season. en-US It was nice having the en-US Shriners here in July, even en-US though the numbers werent as en-US much as estimated. But, really, en-US where were you going to put en-US 15,000 Shriners. en-US You dont want big convenen-US -en-US tions in the summer anyway, en-US because tourists pile into a en-US beach area with little marketen-US -en-US ing needed. Where the en-US marketing is needed is to lure en-US fall conventionsen-US to overcome en-US an otherwise slow time of en-US year. Why wouldnt convenen-US -en-US tioneers want to leave an area en-US where its already in the 40s en-US and come to Volusia where the en-US temperature still hits the 80s en-US in November? en-US With One Daytona rounden-US -en-US ing out with the opening of its en-US second hotel and the Proen-US -en-US togroups huge resort coming en-US online by 2020, you could get en-US some of the larger conventions en-US to the Ocean Center. DeLand en-US and New Smyrna Beach also en-US are getting more hotels that en-US could help them get some of en-US the smaller conventions. en-US Those meetings should easily en-US be able to keep facilities like en-US the Sanborn Center in en-US DeLand, the Brannon Center en-US at New Smyrna Beach and the en-US new Center at Deltona full all en-US the time.en-US A year-round prosperous en-US hospitality industry is possible en-US in Volusia, and it could well be en-US on its way.en-US ***en-US Volusia took two steps en-US forward and one step back in en-US the medical manufacturing en-US field recently. Davita Labs en-US opened its big new facility and en-US expects to add 100 workers to en-US its staff in DeLand. B. Braun en-US officially opened its new en-US distribution center with a en-US ribbon-cutting ceremony this en-US week and has added a bunch en-US of workers with it and its en-US expanded manufacturing en-US plant on Mason Avenue in en-US Daytona Beach. The company en-US is even talking to the county en-US about a second manufacturing en-US plant.en-US Unfortunately Volusia lost en-US 300 jobs when Product Quest en-US had to shut down its Holly en-US Hill plant after a recall. The en-US company recalled the CVS en-US Health 12 Hour Sinus Relief en-US Nasal Mist due to a finding of en-US microbial contamination. en-US Then, out of caution, Product en-US Quest decided to expand the en-US recall to all nasal products and en-US baby oral gels made at its en-US Florida facility.en-US ***en-US A couple of big property en-US deals to mention were a en-US Deltona investor buying the en-US apartments at 1450 S. Palmeten-US -en-US to Ave. in Daytona Beach for en-US $1.45 million. Also, Starlight en-US Homes has begun building at en-US Coastal Woods in New en-US Smyrna Beach, buying a batch en-US of lots there for $1,368,036.en-US ***en-US Some miscellaneous items en-US to note inclen-US ude the en-US Wallschlaeger family, who en-US developed Hacienda del Rio en-USmanufactured home park in en-US Edgewater and more, submiten-US -en-US ted plans for an RV resort with en-US about 500 spaces, and en-US well-designed welcome center, en-US activity center and bathhouses en-US on the west side of the U.S. 92 en-US to I-4 ramp out west of en-US Daytona Beach. An Orlando en-US law firm inquired about en-US whether the former Bob Evans en-US property at 2000 W. Internaen-US -en-US tional Speedway Blvd., en-US Daytona, can be used for a en-US medical marijuana dispensary. en-US Ollies Bargain Outlet is en-US openien-USng a store at Orange City en-US Marketplace, 810 Saxon Blvd., en-US Orange City.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@hometownnewsol.en-US com (no hyphen) en-US or follow en-US him on Twitter en-US@cecilbrumley. en-USSummer tourism can morph into fall meetings VOLUSIA en-USBUSINESSen-USCECIL G. en-US BRUMLEY en-USMr. Buckley


en-USA-8 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USWen-UShen it comes to en-US planning for en-US retirement, its no en-US surprise I get many questions en-US about Social Security. en-USAfter all, for the majority of en-US retirees, Social Security en-US benefits account for a signifien-US -en-US cant percentage of their en-US income. The following are en-US three questions that come up en-US often when consulting with en-US my clients:en-US 1. At what age can you draw en-US SS benefits without being en-US taxed?en-US Though this is not going to en-US be a popular answer, taxation en-US of Social Security benefits has en-US nothing to do with your age. en-US There is a complicated en-US formula used to figure the en-US portion of your Social Security en-US that will be taxed. It might be en-US zero, 50 percent or 85 percent, en-US depending on your income en-US level. The tax rate applied will en-US also depend on your total en-US income. en-US And, by the way, your en-US Medicare Parten-US B premiums are en-US also based on your income . en-US higher income equals higher en-US premiums. So, whether you en-US draw it early, at full retirement en-US or at age 70, the taxation of en-US Social Security benefits en-US depends on your total income en-US at that time and not the en-US number of birthdays!en-US 2. Would you be penalized en-US if you work and collect Social en-US Security?en-US Ive written about this many en-US times before, but it is still a en-US frequent question. This en-US answer does depend on your en-US age when drawing benefits. If en-US you draw benefits earlier than en-US your normal retirement age of en-US 66 to 67, you are limited in en-US how much work income you en-US can receive without reducing en-US your benefits. For 2018, that en-US number is $17,040 in earned en-US income. Once you reach your en-US normal retirement age, there en-US is no longer aen-US limit. You can en-US make as much money as you en-US want without having it affect en-US your SS benefit amount. en-US 3. Would IRA withdrawals en-US affect Social Security benefits?en-US The simple answer is no. If en-US someone takes Social Security en-US early, only work income is en-US counted. Dividends, capital en-US gains, pensions, annuities, and en-US IRA withdrawals will not en-US affect whether your SS is en-US reduced; however (and again), en-US these income items could en-US cause more of your Social en-US Security to be taxed.en-US Social Security can be en-US tricky! A key takeaway from en-US todays column is SS decisions en-US need to be made with your en-US overall tax, income and en-US financial situation in mind. en-US Please also remember my en-US answers here could become en-US obsolete over time as tax laws en-US and Social Security rules en-US change. Always make sure to en-US double-check with your en-US financial planner, or tax en-US professional, before taking any en-US steps that could result in en-US reduced benefit payments or en-US negative tax consequences.en-US David D. Holland, a en-US Certified Financial Planner en-US practitioner, hosts a TV show en-US Sundays-Fridays on WDSC en-US Channel 15 at 7 p.m. He has en-US also authored 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 be contacted at en-US (386) 671-7526. Email en-US financial questions to en-USquesen-US-en-US People have questions en-USon Social Security PLAN en-USSTRONGERen-USDAVID D. en-US HOLLAND en-USNice dinosaur en-USRandy Barber/staff photographeren-USMichael Derouen, 2, of Cocoa Beach rides a dinosaur during Jurassic Quest en-US at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach on Friday, Aug. 31. en-USChamber celebrates en-US Hispanic Heritage en-USVolusia Hispanic Chamber en-US of Commerce will host Noche en-US Tropical, celebrating Hispanic en-US Heritage Month, from 6 to 11 en-US p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, at The en-US Center at Deltona, 1640 Dr. en-US Martin Luther King Blvd.en-US The event includes Latinen-US style buffet, dessert, live band, en-US dancing and cash bar.en-US Tickets are $40. Limited en-US tickets available. Proceeds go en-US to scholarship for qualified en-US high school applicants.en-US For more information, visit en-US meets Sept. 27en-USThe Daytona Section of the en-US Institute of Electrical and Elecen-US-en-US tronic Engineers will have a en-US dinner meeting at 5:30 p.m. en-US Thursday, Sept. 27, at the Halien-US-en-US fax River Yacht Club, 331 S. en-US Beach St., Daytona Beach.en-US Social hour will start at 5:30 en-US p.m. Optional dinner will be en-US served at 6 p.m. The program en-US will begin at 7 p.m.en-US The speaker is Sohayla en-US Eldeeb, a senior at Spruce en-US Creek High School and winner en-US of the IEEE Special Science en-US Award at the 2018 Tomoka en-US Science Fair. Ms. Eldeeb will en-US discuss her project work on en-US Bioremediation Method for en-US Oil Spills.en-USLaunch FCU offers free en-US financial seminaren-USLaunch Federal Credit en-US Union is offering a free semien-US -en-US nar at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. en-US 25, at 240 N. Williamson Blvd., en-US Ormond Beach.en-US The seminar is open to the en-US public and will include inforen-US -en-US mation on how a credit score is en-US determined, how it can affect en-US applying for a loan and how to en-US improve it. en-US Attendance is free, but limiten-US -en-US ed to the first 25 reservations. en-US For a reservation, email en-US semien-US-en-US en-US or call en-US (321) 455-9400, ext. 1204.en-USAvoiding financial en-US mistakesen-US Andrew Schorr, a wealth en-US adviser with R.L.K Advisory en-US Group, will present Six Misen-US-en-US takes Retirees Make with their en-US Finances at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, en-US Sept. 25, at the Ormond Beach en-US Regional Libary, 30 S. Beach en-US St.en-US Mr. Schorr will discuss some en-US of the most common mistakes en-US retirees make with their en-US finances and how to avoid en-US them. en-US This is a free event, but seaten-US -en-US ing is limited.en-US For a reservaen-US -en-US tion, call (386) 675-6973.en-US R.L.K is in Suite 1 at 4240 S. en-US Ridgewood Ave., Port Orange. en-US For more information, visiten-US en-US Financial en-US staffer earns valuation en-US certificationen-USSteve Tacinelli of Holland en-US Financial Inc. has earned the en-US Certified Valuation Analyst en-US designation.en-US Mr. Tacinelli joined Holland en-US Financial in February 2008. He en-US also has earned the Certified en-US Management Accountant and en-US Certified Public Accountant en-US certifications. He is Holland en-US Tax and Accounting Inc.s vice en-US president of tax services. en-US The CVA designation recogen-US-en-US nizes his ability to place a fair en-US value on businesses when they en-US sell or merge, divide or disen-US -en-US solve, transition to family en-US members or partners, take on en-US new partners, face financial en-US litigation, or when the owners en-US contemplate exit strategies.en-USHispanic business expo en-US at Deltonaen-USThe Volusia Hispanic en-US Chamber of Commerce 2018 en-US Business Expo & Career Fair en-US will be from noon to 4 p.m. en-US Monday, Sept. 24, at The Cenen-US -en-US ter at Deltona, 1640 Dr. Martin en-US Luther King Blvd.en-US For more information, visit en-US en-US or call en-US (386) 218-4490. en-USSCORE chapter en-US will be honored en-USVolusia County Economic en-US Development will honor the en-US accomplishments of the Voluen-US -en-US sia/Flagler Counties SCORE en-US chapter at noon, Thursday, en-US Oct. 18, at the Daytona Beach en-US International Airport, 700 en-US Catalina Drive, Daytona en-US Beach. en-US Lunch will be served. en-US Reservations are required by en-USBusinessen-USFrom page A7en-US Seeen-US en-US BUSINESS,en-US page A9


en-USOrmond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill A-9en-US ical Society and Ormond en-US Brewing Co. will host Oktoen-US -en-US berfest from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturen-US -en-US day, Sept. 22, at the Anderen-US -en-US son-Price Building, 42 N. en-US Beach St.en-US The Bavarians will perform en-US traditional Oktoberfest music en-US throughout the day. en-US Beer from Ormond Brewen-US -en-US ing Co. and traditional Geren-US -en-US man food will be available to en-US buy.en-US Admission is $10.en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 677-en-US 7005 or buy tickets aten-US ormonden-US -en-US Life focuses en-US on public safetyen-USThe City of Ormond Beach en-US will discuss public safety and en-US emergency preparedness in en-US the fourth of a six-part comen-US -en-US munity engagement series en-US called The OB Life at 6 p.m. en-US Tuesday, Sept. 25, at Calvary en-US Christian Academy, 1687 W. en-US Granada Blvd.en-US The City Commission is en-US seeking input as it updates en-US the citys strategic plan in en-US 2019. en-US The discussion will be led en-US by Police Chief Robert en-US Jesse Godfrey, Police Capt. en-US Chris Roos, and Fire Chief en-US Richard Sievers.en-US For more information, visit en-US en-USDAR meets Sept. 24en-USThe Captain James en-US Ormond Chapter, Daughters en-US of the American Revolution en-US will meet at 11:30 a.m. Monen-US -en-US day, Sept. 24, at the Anderen-US -en-US son-Price Memorial Building, en-US 42 N. Beach St., Ormond en-US Beach.en-US Ormond Beach Mayor Bill en-US Partington will make a Conen-US -en-US stitution Proclamation.en-US The cost for lunch is $14. en-US For more information, contact en-US Dee Clark, Regent, at (386) en-US 846-9123 or en-US Cjoregent@en-US seeking en-US donations for BraTinien-USRealtors Sold 4 The Cause en-US is looking for donated items en-US for its silent auction for the en-US annual BraTini fundraiser en-US Oct. 4 at The Shores Resort & en-US Spa, 2637 S Atlantic Ave., en-US Daytona Beach Shores.en-US For more information or to en-US arrange item pick up, call Kris en-US Concannon (386) 479-2147. en-US Items must be turned in by en-US Sept. 28.en-USFree movie en-US at Ormond libraryen-US Beaches will be shown at en-US 2 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25 at the en-US Ormond Beach Regional en-US Library, 30 Beach St. en-US Bette Midler and Barbara en-US Hershey star. Rated PG-13, en-US 123 minutes. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 676-4191, option 4.en-USMilitary officers meet en-US Sept. 27en-USThe Halifax Chapter of the en-US Military Officers of America en-US will meet at 11 a.m. Thursday, en-US Sept. 27, at the Halifax River en-US Yacht Club, 331 S. Beach St., en-US Daytona Beach. en-US A social hour will begin at en-US 11 a.m. with lunch at noon.en-US Thursday, Oct. 4 by calling en-US (386) 255-6889 or email en-USinfo@en-US score87.orgen-US.en-USHuman resource en-US conference en-US at New Smyrna en-USThe 2018 East Central Florien-US-en-US da Human Resource Conferen-US -en-US ence and Business Expo Your en-US Future Business Through the en-US Kaleidoscope will be from 8 en-US a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5, at en-US the Brannon Civic Center, 105 en-US S. Riverside Drive, New Smyren-US -en-US na Beach. en-US Speakers include Doug Van en-US Dyke author of Leadership en-US Simplified, Teri Yanovitch of en-US T.A. Yanovitch Inc. and Voluen-US-en-US sia County Sheriff Michael en-US Chitwood. en-US The cost is $159 by Sept. 30 en-US and $189 after Oct. 1. en-USThe event is presented from en-US Volusia/Flagler SHRM and en-US Space Coast Human Resource en-US Association of Florida.en-US For more information, visiten-US en-US Call Today for a FREE Estimate! We Fix Roof Leaks! 386-248-0200 www.awsroofing.comResidential Commercial Tile Metal Shingle Flat Financing Available Voted THE BEST 6 Years In A Row! 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S BLISS BY BEAULIEU MASLAND TARKETT MIRAGE BLISS BY BEAULIEU SHAW FLOORING TARKETT BLISS BY BEAULIEU MASLAND TARKETT MIRAGE BLISS BY BEAULIEU SHAW FLOORING TARKETTBLISS BY BEAULIEU MASLAND TARKETT MIRAGE BLISS BY BEAULIEU SHAW FLOORING TARKETTBLISS BY BEAULIEU MASLAND TARKETT MIRAGE BLISS BY BEAULIEU SHAW FLOORING TARKETT 275 S. 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The race is en-US part of the Live Your Life Well Race Series.en-USChamber preparing en-US for anniversary en-US celebraen-UStionen-USThe Daytona Regional en-US Chamber of Commerce will en-US begin celebrating its 100en-US then-US en-US Anniversary Jan. 1.en-US The chamber will launch a en-US year-long centennial celebraen-US -en-US tion designed and impleen-US-en-US mented by the Leadership en-US Daytona class XXXVIII. en-US The project, a result of the en-US class CEO Challenge, was en-US approved by the chamber en-US Board of Directors in June en-US 28. The Celebrate, Educate, en-US Engage theme of the year-en-US long project is designed to en-US celebrate the history of the en-US chamber while incorporating en-US education and inspiring en-US engagement.en-US The celebration will illumien-US-en-US nate the en-USchambers history en-US through digital communicaen-US -en-US tion and social media, revealen-US -en-US ing its evolution, important en-US milestones and engaging peren-US -en-US sonal stories.en-US Also, a $100 for 100 Years en-US campaign will provide an en-US opportunity for members to en-US support the anniversary and en-US be included in a historic legaen-US-en-US cy project. en-US Opportunities to support en-US the community with a Give en-US Back campaign to benefit en-US local organizations also will en-US be conducted.en-US For more information, call en-US Communications and Maren-US -en-US keting Directoren-US Kim Hover at en-US (386) 523-3681. en-US The speaker will be Angela en-US First, a licensed clinical social en-US worker for the VA and Veteren-US -en-US ans Justice Outreach Specialen-US -en-US ist, who will talk about PTSD.en-US All local MOAA members, en-US their spouses and guests are en-US invited to attend. Cost of the en-US luncheon is $21. en-USReservations en-US may be made by calling Capt. en-US Andrew Hoffman at (386) 586-en-US 7044. en-USOrmond library offers en-US free computer classes en-USAdults can improve their en-US computer skills with free classen-US-en-US es at the Ormond Beach en-US Regional Library, 30 S. Beach en-US St. Upcoming programs en-US include these beginners classen-US -en-US es: en-US Basic e-resources: 2 to 3 en-US p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27. Learn en-US about the electronically availen-US-en-US able databases the Volusia en-US County Public Library offers.en-US Participants may bring their en-US own laptops. Eight library lapen-US-en-US tops, which use a Windows 10 en-US operating system, are available en-US on a first-come, first-served en-US basis.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 676-4191, option 4. en-USHuman Services en-US seeks low-income en-US representativesen-USVolusia Countys Human en-US Services office will conduct a en-US public meeting for particien-US -en-US pants to elect community en-US members to represent low-inen-US -en-US come people to serve on the en-US Human Services Advisory en-US Board. en-US Staff will provide an overen-US -en-US view of human services and en-US describe the roles and responen-US -en-US sibilities of advisory board en-US members. en-US The meeting will be at 3:30 en-US p.m. Friday, Sept. 28, at en-US Ormond Beach Regional en-US Library, 30 S. Beach St.en-US For more information, conen-US -en-US tact Human Services Manager en-US Clayton Jackson at (386) 736-en-US 5956 oren-US en-USNew members wanted en-USThe Song of the Coast Sweet en-US Adelines Chorus is looking for en-US new members. en-US Women of all ages may en-US attend a rehearsal at 6:30 p.m. en-US any Monday at Bleekman Hall en-US at Tomoka United Methodist en-US Church, 1000 Old Tomoka en-US Road, Ormond Beach. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 274-3173 or visit the en-US through en-US the decadesen-USMetcares Dancing Through en-US The Decades, a fundraiser for en-US For Hometown en-USNotesen-USFrom page A9en-US Seeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A12


en-USOrmond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill A-11en-USScience Cafe restartsen-US at Gillespieen-USFor its first Science Caf of en-US this academic year, the Gillesen-US -en-US pie Museum and Stetson Unien-US -en-US versity will host Jonathan D. en-US Arthur, the state geologist and en-US director of the Florida Geoen-US-en-US logical Survey, a division of en-US the Florien-US-en-US da en-US Departen-US -en-US ment of en-US Environen-US -en-US mental en-US Protecen-US -en-US tion, at 7 en-US p.m. en-US Thursday, en-US Sept. 27, en-US at 234 E. en-US Michigan en-US Ave., en-US DeLand.en-US During this informal conen-US -en-US versation, titled Ask the State en-US Geologist, Mr. Arthur will en-US answer questions about geoen-US -en-US science and society, grounden-US-en-US water challenges and geoscien-US-en-US ence careers. en-US Science Caf is free and en-US open to the public.en-US Gillespie also will be open en-US to the publuc for the Smithsoen-US -en-US nian Museum Day from 10 en-US a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. en-US 22. The free art festivities will en-US include an array of hands-on en-US activities based on the museen-US -en-US ums mineral collection. en-USU.S. News ranks ERAU en-US among nations en-US best colleges en-USEmbry-Riddle Aeronautical en-US Universitys undergraduate en-US engineering programs have en-US once again received superior en-US marks in U.S. News & World en-US Reports 2019 Best Colleges en-US guidebook, an annual listing en-US of more than 1,800 accredited en-US four-year schools in the U.S.en-US At the Daytona Beach camen-US -en-US pus, ERAUs undergraduate en-US aerospace engineering proen-US-en-US gram was one of 12 schools en-US nationally that made the list, en-US and the only southeastern en-US school besides No. 2 Georgia en-US Tech.en-US For the ranking of Best en-US Undergraduate Engineering en-US Programs at schools whose en-US highest degree is a doctorate, en-US the Daytona Beach Campus is en-US once again ranked as one of en-US the best programs in Florida.en-US ERAU was among the Best en-US Regional Universen-USities in the en-US South, tied at No. 15.en-US For more information, visit en-US en-USStetson University en-US ranked No. 5 en-US by U.S. Newsen-USStetson University ranks No. en-US 5 on U.S. News & World en-US Reports 2019 list of Best en-US Regional Universities and No. en-US 3 on the list of Best for Veteren-US -en-US ans Regional Universities, en-US both in the South. There are en-US 165 schools in this category.en-USSpeaker series en-US focuses on en-US sustainable growthen-USThe Speaker Series at en-US EmbryRiddle Aeronautical en-US University will meet at 7 p.m. en-US Sept. 24 at Willie Miller en-US Instructional Center, L. Gale en-US Lemerand Auditorium en-US Sustainable Growth in an en-US Era of Expansion in Our en-US Region will be the topic.en-US The event is free and open en-US to the public. There is free en-US parking adjacent to the builden-US -en-US ing on Clyde Morris Bouleen-US -en-US vard.en-USSTEMinar series en-US resumes Sept. 24en-USThe School of Biological en-US and Physical Sciences at Dayen-US-en-US tona State College will resume en-US its STEM (science, technology, en-US engineering, math) seminar en-US series Monday, Sept. 24.en-US The seminars are free and en-US open to the puben-US lic.en-US The one-hour seminars are en-USon Mondays at 5 p.m. in the en-US Madorsky Theater at the Hosen-US-en-US seini Center, 1200 W. Internaen-US -en-US tional Speedway Blvd., Daytoen-US-en-US na Beach.en-US The first talk features Moleen-US-en-US cules to Mixtures: Underen-US -en-US standing the Complexity of en-US Snake Venoms, presented by en-US Dr. Ryan McCleary, Brown en-US Visiting Teacher-Scholar Felen-US -en-US low in Biology, Stetson Unien-US -en-US versity.en-US The STEMinar series is en-US coordinated by Dr. Jeffrey en-US Squires, DSC assistant profesen-US -en-US sor. For en-USmore information, en-US contact Dr. Squires at (386) en-US 506-4714 or Jeffrey.Squires@en-US animal en-US control officer course en-US starts Oct. 1en-USThe School of Emergency en-US Services at Daytona State Colen-US-en-US lege will offer a 40-hour certien-US-en-US fication course, starting Oct. 1, en-US for people who want to en-US become animal control offien-US-en-US cers.en-US The course, approved by the en-US Florida Animal Control Assoen-US-en-US ciation, emphasizes protecen-US -en-US tion, care and humane law en-US enforcement, and promotes en-US the peaceful co-existence en-US between animals and Florida en-US residents.en-US Classes meet daily from 8 en-US a.m. to 5 p.m. through Friday, en-US Oct. 5 at DSCs Advanced en-US Technology College, 1770 N. en-US Technology Blvd. The course en-US fee is $475 and includes all en-US class materials and books, as en-US well as a state licensing examen-US -en-US ination fee.en-US To register or for more inforen-US -en-US mation, contact Robin Davis, en-US (386) 506-4141 or en-US Robin.en-US invited for Car en-US & Truck Showen-USThe Car & Truck Show at en-US Daytona State College, part of en-US Homecomingen-US 2018, features en-US prizes for stock and modified en-US categories, plus Presidents en-US Choice.en-US The parking lot opens at 8 en-US a.m., Saturday, Oct. 13, on the en-US south side of the Daytona en-US Beach Campus adjacent to en-US International Speedway Bouen-US -en-US levard. A donation of $10 to en-US enter vehicles benefits student en-US scholarships. Admission is en-US free for spectators.en-US The first 50 participants can en-US Get Framed with either an en-US Alumni or Falcons license en-US plate frame; free, with installaen-US-en-US tion assistance to boot.en-US The car show continues en-US until noon, at which point en-US Homecoming activities transen-US -en-US fer to the new soccer stadium en-US for the Tailgate Party & Cooken-US -en-US out.en-US Homecoming 2018 will be en-US Oct. 11-13.en-US For more informaen-US -en-US tion, visit en-US Daytonen-US Homecoming2018. 512018 1967 WE SERVICE ALL BRANDS 386-243-78141540 Cornerstone Blvd. Suite 100 Daytona Beach, FL 32117 School News en-USMr. Arthur


en-USA-12 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USthe Council on Aging, will be en-US from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. en-US 28, at the Ocean Center, 101 en-US N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona en-US Beach. en-US Tickets are $25 per person. en-US Free valet parking, photo en-US booth and more. en-US Sponsorship opportunities en-US still available. en-USFor more inforen-US -en-US mation, email en-USccoates@en-US coavolusia.orgen-US For tickets, call (386) 253-en-US 4700, ext. 250. 1808 W. Intl. Spwy. Blvd., #305, Daytona Beach, FL 32114 (386)226-0007 | 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S We our customers and are honored to be voted Best Hearing Aid Center for the 4th year in a row!Florida State Hearing Aids, Inc.We Specialize in Quality Hearing Aids & Quality Service en-USHealth Newsen-USHalifax Health en-US announces en-US Volunteers of the Monthen-USCynthia Rose, Dan Sellers en-US and Bonnie Baker have been en-US named Joe Petrock Auxiliary en-US Volunteers of the Month for en-US June, July and August by the en-US Halifax Health-Auxiliary.en-US A Daytona Beach resident, en-US Ms. Rose was honored for en-US June. An en-US Auxiliary en-US member en-US since 2016, en-US she has volen-US -en-US unteered en-US more than en-US 2,376 hours en-US at Halifax en-US and is a en-US member of en-US the Stitch N en-US Knit en-US Departen-US -en-US ment, en-US which en-US makes pilen-US-en-US lows, kniten-US-en-US ted caps, en-US booties and en-US mittens for en-US the hospien-US -en-US tals newen-US -en-US borns and en-US other en-US patients.en-US Mr. Sellers of Port Orange en-US was honored for July. Since en-US 2016, he has volunteered as a en-US courtesy cart driver at Halifax. en-US He is en-US known for en-US coming in en-US early and en-US stayen-US ing late en-US and is often en-US there to fill en-US in when a en-US driver is en-US needed to en-US fill any en-US schedule en-US vacancies.en-US Ms. Baker, a Ponce Inlet resen-US-en-US ident, was honored for August. en-US A volunteer since 2007, she en-US has donated more than 2,216 en-US hours of service to Halifax in en-US Port Orange. She volunteers in en-US the hospitals Emergency en-US Department. en-US For information on volunen-US -en-US teering at Hen-US alifax, visiten-US halifaxen-US-en-US en-US or call en-US (386) 425-4036. en-USOrmond Beach Healthy en-US Living Centeren-USOrmond Beach Family en-US YMCA Healthy Living Center en-US will host several activities at en-US 500 Sterthaus Drive, Ormond en-US Beach.en-US Breastfeeding support group en-US will meet from 10 a.m. to en-US noon, each Wednesday in Sepen-US -en-US tember. en-US Mindfulness-based Stress en-US Reduction will meet at 6 p.m. en-US each Monday. Teresa Rand en-US will lead the class. Participants en-US should ben-US ring a mat, blanket, en-US cushion or yoga blocks as en-US needed for support.en-US Overeaters Anonymous will en-US meet at 10 a.m. each Friday. en-US For information: (386) 441en-US 2968 or Myth vs Fact. How Stem en-US Cell Regeneration Prevents en-US Joint Replacement will be preen-US -en-US sented at 4 p.m. Monday, Sept. en-US 24. Light snacks provided. To en-US make a reservation, email en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 425-52en-US10 or visiten-US vfymen-US -en-US support group en-US to meeten-USA stoke support group will en-US meet from 3 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, en-US Sept. 25, at Halifax Health en-US Medical Center in France en-US Tower Meeting Room F, 303 en-US N. Clyde Morris Blvd., Daytoen-US -en-US na Beach.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 425-0537 or emailen-US daren-US -en-US group meets en-USThe Parkinson Association en-US of Greater Daytona Beach will en-US meet from 2 to 3:30 p.m. en-US Wednesday, Sept. 26, at the en-US Department of Health Conferen-US -en-US ence Center, 1845 Holsonback en-US Drive.en-US The speakers will be Dr. en-US Owen Ross and Dr. Wolfdieter en-US Springer, two neuroscience en-US research doctors from the en-US Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville.en-US Seating is limited; reservaen-US -en-US tions are required by calling en-US Affordable HomeCare at (386) en-US 676-6375 by no later than en-US noon, Monday Sept. 24. en-USAlzheimers Association en-US Caregiver support en-US groupen-USAlzheimers Association en-US Caregiver supporten-US group will en-US meet at 10:30 a.m. the third en-US Wednesday of each month at en-US the Aberdeen, Ormond Beach.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 677-2921, 800-en-US272-3900 en-US or visit en-US 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. Ween-US dnesdays 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-USAA meetingsen-USAlcoholics Anonymous en-US offers meeting in all of Volusia en-US County. en-US For more information, en-US visit en-US aadaytona.orgen-US or call the en-US hotline at (386) 756-2930.en-USOpiate problemen-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 -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-USFree seminar on hip en-US replacements en-USFlorida Hospital Memorial en-US Medical Center will host a free en-US community preen-USsentation, Hip en-US Replacement: Fact vs. Fiction, en-US at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27, en-US in the medical office building en-US classroom A/B, 305 Memorial en-US Medical Parkway, Daytona en-US Beach. en-US Led by Dr. Brian Hatten, an en-US orthopedic surgeon, guests en-US will learn about the myths suren-US -en-US rounding hip replacements en-US over dinner.en-US For a reservation, call (386) en-US 231-2229 or visiten-US en-US FHMen-US-en-US MCHipReplacement.en-US en-USHealthcarea workshop en-US in Ormonden-USThe City of Ormond Beach en-US will host a health care worken-US -en-US shop at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. en-US 2, at City Hall, 22 S. Beach St., en-US Ormond Beach. en-US For more information, visiten-US en-US Smoking Nowen-USA Quit Smoking Now class en-US will meeten-US from 5:30 to 6:30 en-US p.m. each Thursday, beginning en-US Oct. 4, at Bethune-Cookman en-US University, 640 Mary McLeod en-US Bethune Blvd., Daytona en-US 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 Northeen-US ast Florida en-US AHEC at (904) 482-0189. en-USMs. Rose en-USMr. Sellers en-USMs. Baker en-USNotesen-USFrom page A10


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en-USA-14 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USOpen Gymen-USOpen Gym will be from 6-8 en-US p.m. Fridays, Sept. 21 and 28, en-US at the Ormond Beach Gymen-US-en-US nastics Center, 432 N. Nova en-US Road, for anyone between the en-US ages of 8-21.en-US A waiver to participate must en-US be signed. The cost is $5 per en-US participant.en-US Register at 399 N. U.S. 1 or en-US at Registraen-US -en-US tions will also be accepted at en-US the door. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 676-3282. en-USGymnastics tourney en-US at Ocean Centeren-USThe Ace Gymnastics Daytoen-US -en-US na Beach Bash Gymnastics en-US Tournament will be at the en-US Ocean Center Sept. 2224 for en-US the 16th year.en-US About 1,100 athletes and en-US their families from around en-US Florida are expected to attend en-US the competitions, which are en-US open to the public. This is a en-US U.S. Association of Gymnasen-US -en-US tics sanctioned womens level en-US 1-5 and Xcel and Amateur en-US Athletic Union Level 1-5 comen-US -en-US petition.en-US Tickets will be sold by orgaen-US-en-US nizers at the door. Doors open en-US at 8 a.m. and competitions run en-US until 8 p.m. Saturday and until en-US 6:30 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are en-US $15 for adults and $10 for chilen-US -en-US dren ages 5-12. Children en-US younger than 4 and competing en-US athletes receive free entry. For en-US more information, visit aceen-US -en-US athlete earns en-US Player of the Week en-US Embry-Riddle freshman en-US Savanna Sheahan was tabbed en-US as the Sunshine State Conferen-US -en-US ence Womens Soccer Offenen-US -en-US sive Player of the Week.en-US Ms. Sheahan was recogen-US-en-US nized for her performance in en-US contests during the week enden-US-en-US ing Sept. 9.en-US Playing in her first game at en-US the ERAU Soccer Stadium, the en-US Wellington native scored both en-US goals in the Eagles 2-1 upset en-US of 14th-ranked Flagler. She en-US also registered two shots, one en-US on goal, in 83 minutes of en-US action in ERAUs 1-0 overtime en-US win over Tusculum. en-USWalk for successen-USThe 2018 Run & Walk for en-US Success 5K presented by en-US Brown and Brown will be at en-US 8:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept, 29, at en-US LPGA International, 1000 en-US Champions Drive, Daytona en-US Beach.en-US Proceeds go to the Boys and en-US Girls Clubs of Volusia and en-US Flagler Counties.en-US Other events include the en-US Michelob Ultra A Swing for en-US Success Charity golf tournaen-US -en-US ment and the Deal for Sucen-US -en-US cess Charity Poker Tournaen-US-en-US ment at the Daytona Beach en-US Poker Room.en-US Entry fee is $30 through en-US Sept. 27, which includes T en-US -shirt, $35 Race Day (T-shirts en-US while supplies last) and 25 to en-US sponsor a Boys & Girls Club en-US child to participate in the 5K.en-US For information about en-US sponsorship and other events, en-US email Tourney Director Ryan en-US Ronk at To register, visit runsignup.en-US com/Race/FL/DaytonaBeach/en-US RunForSuccess5K.en-USTickets on sales for en-US Taste of the 24en-USTickets are now on sale for en-US The NASCAR Foundations en-US 10th annual Taste of the 24 at en-US Daytona International Speeden-US -en-US way. en-US The annual dining celebraen-US -en-US tion, Saturday, Jan. 26, during en-US the 57th Rolex 24 at Daytona en-US sports car endurance classic, is en-US one of the kick-off activities of en-US the 2019 motorsports season.en-US An all-inclusive ticket is en-US $110. Tickets for children ages en-US 12-and-under are $24.en-US For en-US tickets, call (386) 310-5710 or en-US visiten-US Taste24. Meet our Ormond Beach Physician: Dr. Sylvia Collazo, Primary Care Physician Visit us on Facebook at Genesis Family Practice ORMOND BEACH. 386-676-9300 Physicals Physician Supervised Weight Loss program Preventative Medicine Suboxone Therapy Program Now Accepting New Patients. We accept Most Insurances. 800 S. NOVA Rd. Suite I Ormond Beach, FL 32174 Mon-Fri 8am to 5pm Same Day Visits General Adult Medicine Pediatrics Geriatrics WHOLESALE PRICESTO THE PUBLIC! C M 2 Locations to serve you 1757 N.Nova Rd. Suite #102 Holly Hill, FL 386-679-9674 2271 S. Ridgewood Ave. S. Daytona 386-299-5194 www.daytonacabinetmarket.comALL 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 9/28/18FREE Sink Base* with purchase of Kitchen Countertops With Coupon. Not valid with any other oers or prior purchases. See store for details. Cabinet Market Expires 9/28/18 386-506-8701 www.footcareflorida.comComplete Foot Care AssociatesQuality Care in a Relaxing Environment5535 S. Williamson Blvd. Suite 727 Port Orange PavilionPut Your Feet in Good HandsWe Specialize in Quality Medical & Surgical care for all types of foot & ankle problems. Ankle Sprains Arthritis Athletes Foot Bunions Corns & Calluses Diabetic Foot Care Flat Feet Fungal Toenails Gout Hammertoes Heel Spurs Infections Ingrown Nails Neuromas Orthotics Plantar Fasciitis Tendonitis Warts Wounds & More Contact us today for your appointment, and take the first step toward pain-free feet. Dr. Mindy S. Taylor Podiatrist Dr. Roger L. Zema Podiatrist U.S. Marine Corps Harrier AV-8B F4U-4 Corsair U.S. Air Force F-16 Sports Briefs en-USPhoto courtesy of Mike Jarrarden-USThis 31-inch red drum was caught by Mike Jarrard of Port Orange on a en-US recent fishing trip to Crystal River. If youd like to show off your Catch of the en-US Week, send a jpeg format photo with your name, hometown and where en-US you caught the fish to of the Weeken-USFitness en-US Newsen-USMOAS YOGA en-USYoga in the Gallery will en-US meet from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. en-US Wednesdays at the Museum of en-US Arts & Sciences, 352 S. Nova en-US Road, Daytona Beach. en-US The cost is $5 for members en-US and $10 for non-members. en-US Participants are asked to bring en-US a mat, towel, and water. en-US Space en-US is limited and registration is en-US required by calling (386) 255-en-US 0285.en-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-USSeeen-US en-US FITNESS,en-US page A16


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en-USA-16 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill rfntbtt t tttnrttnbttbrrntn Riviera Independent and Assisted Living 1825 Ridgewood Avenue Holly Hill, FL 32117 (386) 677-5000 We Love Living at RivieraStan and Alice were high school sweethearts. ey have been married 75 years and have traveled the world ve times. Stan served in the U.S. Navy and retired as Commander. After retirement Stan and Alice chose Riviera as their permanent home. Come meet them and our other amazing residents.Contact Diane in Marketing at 386-677-5000 for a tour and lunch. Independent Living Assisted Living AL#9473 en-USRandy Barber/staff photographeren-USAmaya Bethea, 8, of Ormond Beach waits for a bite during the Reel in the en-US Fun kids fishing tournament at Bailey Riverbridge Gardens in Ormond Beach en-US on Saturday, Sept. 8. en-USGen-USetting the kids out to en-US fish can only result in a en-US good time and so it was en-US at the Ormonden-US Beach Reel in en-US the Fun tournament Sept. 8. en-USAs always, the kids and the en-US fish were unpredictable. The en-US act of watching the youngsters en-US get that gleam in their eyes as en-US a fish begins to bite has always en-US represented a en-US perfect symmeen-US-en-US try to me. For that moment, en-US all is right with the world. en-US The Ormond Beach Leisure en-US Services Division, led by en-US Robert Carolin and Stefan en-US Sibley, has been doing these en-US events three times a year since en-US 2012. For all of those 21 en-US events, hard-working Sonja en-US Johnson, Leisure Services en-US event coordinator, has made en-US sure the participating kids and en-US their parents or guardians had en-US a good time. en-US This year 40 children en-US showed up to give it a try en-US under the big Granada en-US Boulevard bridge. Many en-US caught their first fish, while en-US others showed off their en-US experience by bringing in en-US multiples. en-US Eight-year-old Alyciana en-US caught my eye with her great en-US casting for accuen-US racy and en-US distance with an open faced en-US spinning combo. In the en-US process, she caught a couple en-US catfish and I can tell you she en-US has the making of a lifetime en-US angler. en-US As in all of the past Reel in en-US the Fun events, I served as an en-US official weigh in and fish en-US identifier guy. This year in my en-US area, young David caught en-US three fish and Raymond en-US landed a nice snapper, but I en-US have to say the girls really en-US nailed it. en-US Four-year-old Rachel put a en-US nice 13-inch spotted sea trout en-US on the boards that weighed en-US just over a pound. That en-US would be a decent catch for en-US yours truly, but to watch her en-US land it on a Rainbow Brite en-US fishing combo was especially en-US impressive. In this tournaen-US -en-US ment, all fish are released, but en-US Rachels trout was close to en-US being a legal keeper. Ten-year-en-US old Layla caught a pretty jack en-US and four-year-old Sydney en-US landed a fat little croaker en-US while six-year-old Maddox en-US put a nice sailors choice on en-US the boards. en-US All that action kept me en-US pretty busy, but I was able to en-US spend some time with City en-US Commissioner Troy Kent and en-US his son, Wyatt. Troy was en-US instrumental in getting these en-US tournaments started and he is en-US always in attendance. We en-US shared stories of days gone by en-US and Troy told me how his dad en-US had always taken the time to en-US get him out fishing when he en-US was a lad. en-US A little later, I spotted a en-US gentleman walking the planks en-US under a vintage Stetson hat. en-US When I complimented him en-US on his head gear, he sat with en-US me to trade a few memories. en-US Little did I know the fellow en-US wearing the Stetson was Troys en-US pop, Don. en-US When it was time for the en-US awards, Sonja and her staff en-US gave each kid entered a brand en-US new rod and reel. The top en-US fishermen of the day won en-US either a tackle box, bait bucket en-US or trophy and sometimes all en-US three. Miles and Odin won en-US prizes as did Liliana for her en-US nice red fish. Sadie and en-US Annabelle won as did Wyatt, en-US David and Raymond. en-US As always Granada Bait and en-US Tackle Shop was the main en-US sponsor with Ike grilling hot en-US dogs for the entire crowd. en-US Krispy Kreme generously en-US provided doughnuts and en-US coffee. Fish Florida is also a en-US sponsor as is The Eagle Claw en-US Co. A big thanks to all of the en-US sponsors of this worthy cause. en-US Folks, there is no better en-US endeavor than to take a kid en-US fishing. Sure the young ones en-US love their electronic games, en-US but the squeals of delight that en-US come when a kid touches a en-US live fish cannot be duplicated. en-US With the weather soon to en-US cool, now is a great time to get en-US the kids fishing. All across en-US Volusia County good fishing en-USholes are never far away. en-US Mother Nature and kids are en-US always a match made ien-US n en-US heaven.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 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-USOrmond Beach kids en-US fishing tournamenten-USFISHING en-US WITH DANen-USDAN SMITH en-USgram, 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 email en-US colleensfiten-US -en-US ness@gmail.comen-US .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 For more information, call en-US (386) 671-3560.en-USFitnessen-USFrom page A14


usblinds.netServing Volusia and Flagler Counties for over 34 yearsNew Smyrna Beach 428-7766 1706 SR44 Palm Coast 445-77661070 Palm Coast Pkwy.South Daytona 788-7766 1725 S. Nova Rd. Ormond Beach 676-2628 1104 W. Granada Blvd. LIGHTS OUT...FOR TURTLE SAFETY!BEACHSIDE RESIDENTS OF VOLUSIA COUNTY: The 2018 Sea Turtle Nesting Season Continues Through October 31. Many hatchlings will perish if they dont reach the ocean in time. Laws require lights to be o beaches from 9PM to 8AM. SOLUTION: Blackout shades from US Blinds will help reduce light pollution and avoid misdirecting the hatchlings away from moonlight over the ocean!US Blinds is donating a portion of the proceeds of sales from beachside residents of any blackout window treatments to the Friends of the Marine Science Center to support sea turtle preservation and conservation programs. 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S YOU CAN LEARN TO PLAY BRIDGE! QUESTIONS??? CALL JIM GEARY (386) 235-6420 E-mail: Weekly Series of Beginning Bridge and Review STARTING TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH, 2018 9AM TO 12 NOON DAYTONA BRIDGE CLUB 600 DRIFTWOOD AVE. DAYTONA BEACH, FL (386) 255-7744 Cost: $6 pp/per lesson DAYTONA METROPOLITAN BRIDGE CLUB ANNOUNCES ITS BEGINNING BRIDGE LESSONS Highway to Hell, a tribute to AC/DC, en-USwill perform at the Daytona Beach en-US Bandshell at 7:1en-US 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. en-US 22, as part of the free Friends of the en-US Bandshell Star Spangled Summer Conen-US -en-US cert Series.en-US For more than 11 years, Highway to en-US Hell has traveled all over the USA and en-US internationally to bring their high eneren-US -en-US gy, fan-friendly en-USAC/DC tribute show to en-US audiences of all types. Its a tale of a en-US band toiling in bars in the Tampa area en-US in 2005 and, with some luck, a new en-US agent, and a whole lot of talent and chaen-US -en-US risma, they went from small biker bars en-US to huge international stages and masen-US-en-US sive events.en-US Highway to Hell brings the exciteen-US-en-US ment of a real AC/DC show mixed with en-US an interactive performance and a en-US fan-friendly show. They know dozens of en-US AC/DC songs and can play the entire en-US Back in Black album. Audience memen-US-en-US bers can expect to experience incredible en-US vocals and powerful rhythms.en-US Highway To Hell plays songs spanen-US -en-US ning the entire 40-year career of AC/en-US DC, songs made famous by both of AC/en-US DCs singers, Bon Scott and Brian Johnen-US -en-US son. Fans can expect to hear AC/DC en-US hits like Back In Black, Highway To en-US Hell, You Shook Me All Night Long, en-US Thunderstruck, Shoot To Thrill, en-US Hells Bells and T.N.T. en-US The band is proud to be the only AC/en-US DC tribute show to have members that en-US shared the stage with AC/DCs Brian en-US Johnson and Cliff Williams and were en-US featured on AC/DCs homepage for en-US being part of the massive AC/DC Festien-US -en-US val in Peru in 2011. en-US The concert series continues through en-US Sept. 29 with each show followed by en-US fireworks over the ocean. en-US Bandshell parking is available at the en-US Ocean Center garage and surface lots. en-US Attendees may enter the Bandshell area en-US through the Ocean Walk Shoppes from en-US A1A or the overpass from the parking en-US garage. Rental chairs are available. en-US For more information, visit en-US bandshell.en-US infoen-US or call (386) 253-0254.en-US Three artists use different en-US approaches to take a closer en-US look at the environment in en-US Art is the Child of Nature, en-US opening Sept. 21 at the en-US Ormond Memorial Art en-US Museum, 78 E. Granada en-US Blvd.en-US The public is invited to an en-US opening reception from 6 to en-US 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21. The en-US show will close Oct. 26.en-US Participating will be Haley en-US Farthing, who investigates en-US her relationship to the envien-US -en-US ronment through drawing. en-US Cathy Leaycraft uses a glass en-US sphere to create unusual eleen-US -en-US ments in her photographs. en-US Donald Martin uses printen-US -en-US making to explore the natuen-US -en-US ral world and the representaen-US-en-US tion of various animal and en-US plant forms.en-US Ms. Farthing earned a en-US masters degree in painting en-US and drawing from the Unien-US -en-US versity of Washington as well en-US as two bachelors degrees en-US from Boston University. She en-US is a senior lecturer in drawen-US-en-US ing and 2D foundations at en-US Southern Illinois University en-US in Carbondale.en-US Ms. Leaycraft has been a en-US photographer for more than en-US Friday, Sept. 21en-USRescheduled: en-US The Aretha en-US Franklin & Friends Tribute en-US Concert with Sheila & The en-US Sounds slate for Sept. 15 will be en-US rescheduled to a later date. en-US For en-US more information, call the en-US Center at Deltona (386) en-US 878-8875.en-US Jazz Festival:en-US New Smyrna en-US Beach Jazz Festival will be Sept. en-US 20-23 at multiple locations in en-US New Smyrna Beach. A kickoff en-US party will be at 5:30 p.m. Friday, en-US Sept. 21, at the Grille at en-US Riverview. Tickets required for en-US this event. Two days of free live en-US music noon-10 :30 p.m. en-US Saturday and 11:30 a.m.-8 p.m. en-US Sunday. en-US For more information, en-US visiten-US nsbjazzfest.comen-US or call en-US(386) 423-9760.en-US The Stage at Thank You Five:en-US en-US The Love List by Norm Foster en-US will be performed select nights en-US to Sept. 23 in Unit 2N at 4606 S. en-US Clyde Morris Blvd., Port Orange. en-US Tickets are $17.en-US For more en-US information or tickets, call (386) en-US 295-5699, or visit en-US thankyoufive.en-US org.en-US Shoestring Theatre: en-US Little en-US Women, the Musical will be en-US performed select nights from to en-US Sept. 30 at 380 S Goodwin St, en-US Lake Helen. en-US Call the Box Office en-US for reservations at (386) en-US 228-3777 or visit en-US shoestringtheen-US -en-US en-US Cinematique:en-US The Wife is en-US showing at 242 S. Beach St., en-US Daytona Beach. Tickets are $9 en-US general or $7members. en-US Matinees are $7 general or en-US $5members. en-US For more informaen-US-en-US tion, call (386) 252-3118. en-US Bandshell Concert:en-US The 2018 en-US Bandshell Live concert series en-US continues with Wildflowers, Tom en-US Petty tribute band at 7 p.m. en-US Admission is free. Parking is en-US available in the Ocean Center en-US garage and surface lots in the en-US area. en-US For more information, call en-US the Peabody Auditorium at (386) en-US 671-3462. en-US Dog Show: en-USThe West Volusia en-US Kennel Club will host an en-US American Kennel Club dog show en-US at the Volusia County Fairen-US -en-US grounds Sept. 21-23.en-US There will be more than 1,500 en-US dogs and 160 different breeds en-US represented each day. There will en-US be local representation, and en-US national and international en-US exhibitors. Also, there is en-US competition for Junior Handlers en-US both days, the AKC Owner en-US Handler Series and special en-US classes for 4-6 month old en-US puppies, and Lure Coursing. en-US There are several Specialty en-US shows Friday, Sept. 21, and an en-US all breed Match Show at 7 p.m. en-US Admission is free, parking is en-US $5 a day. There are free dog en-US show tours each day. en-US For more information, visit en-US Concert: en-US Great Guitarists at en-US Stetson Series with Berta Rojas en-US will be at 7:30 p.m. at Lee en-US Chapel in Elizabeth Hall, 421 N. en-GBDining en-GB&en-GB Entertainment en-GBFRIDAY, SEPT. 21, 2018 en-GB DAYTONA BEACH en-GB WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSVOLUSIA.COMen-GBOut en-GB &en-GB en-GB about en-GBHoroscopes en-USARIES Mar 21/Apr 20en-USThe planets will bring en-US significant changes and en-US breakthroughs over the next en-US several days, Aries. Even en-US last-minute disruptions cant en-US derail your success.en-USTAURUS Apr 21/May 21en-USTaurus, this will be a potent en-US week for you, as you will be en-US called upon to solidify and en-US strengthen others. Help en-US individuals find the power of en-US their purpose.en-USGEMINI May 22/Jun 21en-USTry stretching yourself en-US creatively, Gemini. The results en-US can be surprising when you think en-US outside of the box and leave your en-US comfort zone. With confidence, en-US you can succeed.en-USCANCER Jun 22/Jul 22en-USCancer, be more thorough en-US with your communications en-US because someone might miss en-US the memo if you do not get the en-US point across effectively. You en-US dont want to repeat and follow en-US up.en-USLEO Jul 23/Aug 23en-USLeo, some sunny days are en-US ahead. Make the most of the en-US positive situations you find en-US yourself in, and dont hesitate to en-US share your good fortune with en-US others.en-USVIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22en-USFocus on the significance of en-US an important task that comes en-US your way this week, Virgo. There en-US is meaning behind this work, and en-US you must discover it.en-USLIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23en-USMischief makers are in full en-US force, Libra. You arent quite sure en-US if you are ready to jump into the en-US frivolity this week. Keep your en-US space until you decide how to en-US proceed.en-USSCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22en-USScorpio, be honest with en-US yourself and others when en-US prompted for feedback. Your en-US honesty will be a feather in your en-US cap, and others will appreciate en-US your straightforward approach.en-USSAGITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21en-USSagittarius, important shifts en-US and movements this week can en-US turn everything you have been en-US working toward on its head. en-US Remain calm and patient to see en-US Seeen-US en-US OUT,en-US page B5en-USPhoto courtesy of Maximum Bands Entertainmenten-USHighway to Hell, a tribute to AC/DC, will perform at the Daytona Beach Bandshell at 7:15 p.m. Saturen-US -en-US day, Sept. 22.en-USFor Hometown en-USFor Hometown en-USSeeen-US en-US SCOPES,en-US page B2en-USArt is the Child of Nature opens en-USPhoto courtesy of Ormond Memorial Art Museum & Gardensen-USThree artists use different approaches to take a closer look at the environen-US -en-US ment in Art is the Child of Nature, opening Sept. 21 at the Ormond en-US Memorial Art Museum. Shown is Cathy Leaycraft, "Summer Jewel." en-USJust take the highway to Bandshellen-USSeeen-US en-US ART,en-US page B3


en-USB-2 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USBank & Blues Club: en-US Kaleb Lee en-US will perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday, en-US Sept. 21. VIP reserved tickets en-US are $25. VIP area opens at 6:30 en-US p.m. Reserved tickets are $20 en-US and general admission is $10. en-US Hayfire will perform at 9 p.m. en-US Saturday, Sept. 22. No Cover. en-US Doors open at 8 p.m. at 701 en-US Main St., Daytona Beach. en-USFor en-US more information, call (386) en-US 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 Big Ds Hollywood Nights:en-US In 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 visiten-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 Down the Hatch:en-US Upcoming en-US performers are Jeff Whitfield, en-US 6-10 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21; Bret en-US Messer, 1-5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. en-US 22, and Jim Cheivler, 6-10 p.m. en-US Saturday; and Jimmy Z., 1-5 p.m. en-US Sunday, Sept. 23, at 4894 Front en-US St., Ponce Inlet. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 761-4831 en-US or visit en-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 Grille at Riverview:en-US The New en-US Smyrna Beach Jazz Festival en-US Kickoff Party with Dave Capp en-US Project is 5:30-7:30 p.m. Friday, en-US Sept. 21. Ticketed event, $20 in en-US advance and $25 day of event. en-US Other upcoming performers are en-US Per Danielsson Quartet with en-US Michelle Amato, 7:30-10:30 en-US p.m., Saturday, Sept. 22; 5 en-US Island Steel, 12:304:30 p.m. en-US Sunday, Sept. 23, and Christie en-US Beu, 6-10 p.m. Wednesday, en-US Sept. 26, at 101 Flagler Ave., en-US New Smyrna Beach. Dinner en-US reservations required. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 428-en-US 1865. 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. For more en-US information, visit grindgastropub.en-US com. en-US Lagerheads Bar & Grill: en-US Upcoming performers are This en-US Justin Time, 6-10 p.m., Sept. 21; en-US Don Hill, noon-4 p.m. Saturday, en-US Sept. 22; Robert Keele, 5-9 p.m. en-US Saturday; Don Hill, Sunday, en-US Sept.23; Eddie Wolford, Monday, en-US Sept. 24, and Tuesday, Sept. 25; en-US Reuben Morgan, Wednesday, en-US Sept. 26; and Don Hill, Thursday, en-US Sept. 27. Weather permitting, en-US live music is at 2986 Ocean en-US Shore Blvd., Ormond-by-the-Sea. en-US For more information, call (386) en-US 265-1977. en-USLimoncello North:en-US Mark en-US Venneri will perform from 6-9 en-US p.m. each Wednesday, at 1185 en-US W. Granada Blvd., No. 5, Ormond en-US Beach. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 492-7887.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-USFor en-US more information, call (386) en-US 788-6172. 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 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. 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 Rockstar karaoke by Bob en-US Heartland is at 9 p.m. Friday and en-US Saturday; Eddie Uzzle will en-US perform at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday; en-US Karaoke with Rock Star Bob, 9 en-US p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20, at 3830 en-US S. Nova, Port Orange. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 788-en-US 3268.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 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-USFor en-US more information, call (386) en-US 255-5411, Ext. 186, or visit en-US Ormond Brewing Co.: en-USCraft en-US beer 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-USFor 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. each Tuesday, at 2150 en-US LPGA Blvd., Daytona Beach. en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 317-0097.en-GBTheen-GB en-GBCluben-GB en-GBScene 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 Friendly SATURDAY & SUNDAY 8AM HISTORIC ANDERSON-PRICE MEMORIAL BUILDING 42 N. BEACH STREET, ORMOND BEACH, FL FREE ADMISSIONORMOND BEACH HISTORICAL SOCIETY2018-19 FLORIDA HUMANITIES SPEAKER SERIES REFRESHMENTS AT 9:30AM PROGRAM 10-11AM Sept. 29, 2018 Order, Excess, and Revolution: Tavern Life in Colonial Florida Taverns were a central part of the public sphere in the colonial world, but they could also be used for subversive activities. Conspiracies ran rampant in the age of revolutions and Florida was no ex ception. Dr. Diana Reigelsperger, Seminole State College, examines the crimes and conspiracies that were brewing in colonial Florida taverns. Oct. 27, 2018 Doc Anna: Swamp Doctor of Florida Carrie Sue Ayvar portrays Dr. Anna Darrow (1876) who, in 1909, became only the 2nd woman doctor licensed in Florida. She braved swampland, alligators, snakes, and the most dangerous outlaw gangs this state has ever seen, in order to heal the sick. Nov. 10, 2018 Daytona Areas Fallen Heroes of WWII: Celebrating the Courageous Lives of Volusia Heroes* They left area high schools, colleges, and loved ones to save the world. Captain Tiger Mayberry, US Marine pilot, football star at Mainland HS and UF, who shot down 30 Japanese Zeroes, later perished in a POW camp. His story and others, honored by area street names, will be shared by Joe Vetter in this Veterans Day Program. Rare photos, dramatic stories, trivia and prizes will commemorate Vets Day 2018! Jan. 26, 2019 Andrew Jackson in Florida Sherry Johnson & Jim Cusick, authors and historians, explores Jacksons impact on Florida and its impact on him. He spent less than a year within Floridas borders, yet had a profound eect on the states future, and his military and political exploits here shaped his own legacy. Feb. 23, 2019 The African Diaspora Experience in Florida Florida has a relationship with African descendants unlike any other state. Throughout each period of Florida history there is a signicant presence of the African Diaspora. Dr. Anthony Dixon, B-CU, discusses this relationship by utilizing both broad and specic topics from 1513 to the present. March 30, 2019Making Chief Osceola: The Abolitionists and the Rise of an American Myth Dr. Andrew Frank, FSU, explores how Osceola became a national phenomenon after his death. We learn how he is remembered and misremembered. Special attention is paid to the role of anti-war and abolitionist activists in promoting and fabricating a series of enduring myths about him. April 27, 2019 U-Boats So Close to Home: An American Familys World War II Story of Survival Michael J. Tougias, NY Times bestselling author, oers a dramatic presentation based on his co-authored book So Close to Home. He will use slides of the attack by the rst U-boat to enter the Gulf of Mexico, the survivors, and the rescue to make this an edge-of-your seat multi-media program. May 25, 2019 Privateers of the Americas In 1817, a group of pirates and privateers invaded Amelia Island, then a Spanish colony, to strike a blow for the Spanish American Revolutions. Dr. David Head, UCF, tells the stories of these revolutionary rogues, how they planned to free Florida from Spanish rule, and how the United States chased them away.*OBHS Funded ProgramsThis program is sponsored by the Florida Humanities Council With funds from the Florida Department State, Division of Cultural Aairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture. (386) 677-7005 Open to 7PM 890 S. ATLANTIC AVE ORMOND BEACH WWW.THEBLACKSHEEP.CO 386-673-5933 BUY 1 FISH & CHIPS ENTREE GET 1 FISH AND CHIPS ENTREE FREEWith purchase of 2 beverages Dine in only. Not valid with coupons, discounts or specials. HTN Exp 9/30/18 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 DAILY SPECIALSLUNCH WITH SODA STARTING AT $6.95 CALL FOR DETAILS Dining & Entertainment en-USthings through.en-USCAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20en-USUnforeseen circumstances en-US leave you feeling a bit weary, en-US Capricorn. You should cling to en-US someone who has his or her feet en-US firmly planted on the ground for en-US support.en-USAQUARIUS Jan 21/Feb 18en-USAquarius, build more bridges en-US that give you access to influence. en-US This will help you see plans en-US through at work, and this en-US success will spill over into your en-US personal life.en-USPISCES Feb 19/Mar 20en-USPisces, explosive energy can en-US come your way if you are willing en-US and able to welcome it. Others en-US may be inspired by what you en-US accomplish.en-USScopesen-USFrom page B1


en-USOrmond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill B-3en-US 30 years, studying at both en-US the University of Delaware en-US and the Maryland Institute en-US College of Art. She has en-US developed a technique of en-US layering landscape images en-US with the use of a hollow en-US glass ball, photographing en-US the reflection on the glass en-US surface.en-US Mr. Martin is a professor en-US emeritus from the Departen-US-en-US ment of Art and Design at en-US Flagler College in St. Augusen-US -en-US tine. He has a masters en-US degree in printmaking from en-US the University of Massachuen-US-en-US setts, Amherst, and has en-US studied at the Rhode Island en-US School of Design.en-US He will showcase his en-US printmaking talents at a en-US workshop, The Magic of en-US Monoprints with Don Maren-US -en-US tin, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. en-US Saturday, Sept. 29, at the en-US museum.en-US The exhibit is open from 10 en-US a.m. to 4 p.m. daily and noon en-US to 4 p.m. on the weekend. en-US The surrounding gardens, en-US featuring architectural monuen-US-en-US ments to veterans are open en-US until dusk. Voluntary donaen-US -en-US tion to the museum is $2. 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 Open at 11am Daily $5 Cuervo Ritas Monday Friday Daily Lunch Specials!Monday Rack of Ribs Full $18.99 1/2 Rack $13.99 Tuesday 2 lbs. Alaskan Snow Crab and side $35.99 Wednesday 12 Fried Shrimp Dinner $15.99 10 oz. Sirloin $13.99 Thursday Fried Haddock Dinner $11.99 Friday Fish Fry $10.99DINNER SPECIALS Featured item of the Week Jumbo Fish Sandwic h $10.99 Wine Tasting Join us on Tuesday October 2nd at 6:30 pm 2 Whites / 2 Reds Delicious Appetizers $25 pp Call for ReservationsLive Music Every FridayHAPPY HOUR: In the bar from 5pm-6:30pm123 West Granada Blvd. Ormond Beach 386.615.4888 www.FrappesItalianGrille.comWEDNESDAY SPECIAL $8 Black Angus Burge r and Fries LUNCH and DINNER Pricing not valid with any other discount, coupon or HTN Gift Certificates Volusia Mall 386-258-1600 LIKE US ON FACEBOOK HUGE SELECTION OF CRAFT BEER RESTAURANT DELICATESSEN BEER TASTING!October 5th5:30-8:30 pm$12 per personReservations Required 50% OFF GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE AT Port Orange 5543 S Williamson Blvd Suite 905 (Next To Coldstone Creamery In The Pavillion) 386-492-3209 Ormond Beach 165 N Yonge Street 386-281-3070 Welcome To Our FamilyServing Breakfast 7am-2:30pm Lunch 10:30am-2:30pmComing Soon Craft Beers and Wine Mimosas Bloody Marys and moreOpen 7 days a week from 7am to 2:30pm Fish Fry Haddock Fish and Chips Fish Sandwich New England Clam Chowder Fish Fry Fridays BURGER TUESDAY 1/2 LB. BURGER WITH ONE SIDE $5.00 EVERY WEDNESDAY PANCAKES $3.95 Dining & Entertainment en-USIen-USn todays world of culinary en-US arts aren-US e we moving towards en-US the world of science to create en-US better food? en-USAre chefs today using new en-US technology, new equipment en-US and biologically-engineered en-US food to create todays masteren-US -en-US pieces? Is science finally en-US finding its way into the en-US kitchen? Are we becoming en-US food scientists rather than en-US culinary chefs? I think the en-US answer lies in history. en-US The dawn of better health en-US and sanitation may have dated en-US back some 750,000 years. en-US Recent discoveries in the en-US Durance Valley in France have en-US found evidence of man-made en-US fires from this era. Prior to en-US this time man would eat his en-US food raw. He had no inkling en-US the decreased population from en-US time to time may be from the en-US smelly woolly mammoth en-US everyone was eating a week en-US after it was slain. en-US Then one day, Mr. Caveman en-US dropped a piece of meat on a en-US fire. It smelled great. It was en-US easier to chew and more en-US people seemed to stay around en-US longer. Voila! The dawn of en-US better health and sanitation en-US began! Later, the use of salt to en-US preserved meat was develen-US -en-US oped. en-US The next great step in the en-US development of better health en-US would not come until the mid-en-US 1500s. The normal procedure en-US for eating was to use your en-US hands. During the medieval en-US period, it was the custom for en-US two people to eat out of the en-US same bowl with their hands en-US and a common cup was en-US sometimes used for wine. en-US Whoops! Population en-US decreased again. It was not en-US until the Italians developed en-US the fork that a monumental en-US leap forward was made for en-US better health; however, the en-US fork was not widely accepted.en-US Life would continue pretty en-US much unchanged until Louis en-US Pasture came along and en-US developed the process to en-US pasteurize foods. Civilization en-US would make great gains in the en-US development of better health.en-US When white bread was en-US developed, it was thought to en-US be an improvement over dark en-US bread witen-US h food preservatives. en-US Then the Dutch discovered en-US slaves in the West Indies were en-US suffering from some sort of en-US diet problems brought on by en-US the fact the main staple was en-US brown bread, which mainen-US -en-US tained all the vitamins and en-US nutrients. The new white en-US bread had lost all of its en-US vitamins and nutrients. en-US Studies were conducted and it en-US was found foods contain en-US certain elements for good en-US health. Vitamins were born!en-US As we look at the history of en-US food, we see cuisines from en-US around the world were created en-US and flourish each in its own en-US culture, each with its own en-US contribution to the worlds en-US knowledge of food. Nothing is en-US more basic to human history en-US and the development of en-US civilization than food and the en-US pursuit of food science, such en-US as heat transfer, boiling, en-US steaming, sauteeing, grilling, en-US baking and roasting. Other en-US innovates were emulsified en-US mixtures, caramelization, en-US enzymatic browning and en-US flavoring of food. The list is en-US endless!en-US Science is not moving into en-US the kitchen, I believe science en-US was always in the kitchen and en-US chefs could easily be called the en-US first true scientists. Our en-US profession is becoming better en-US educated and knowledgeable en-US about the science of what we en-US do. Were ben-US eginning to en-US understand the why in what en-US we do instead of just passing en-US on ideas and techniques one en-US generation to the next in en-US recipes and word-of-mouth en-US because we know they work. en-US We are the fire that fuels food en-US history, and history can set the en-US direction of civilization.en-US Now I will get off my en-US soapbox and talk about a great en-US recipe.en-USFeta Cheese Mousse en-US Appetizer en-USYielen-US d: 4-5 servingsen-US Ingredientsen-US 8 ounces Greek feta cheese, en-UScrumbled (1 1/2 cups)en-US 1/2 cup heavy creamen-US Freshly ground white en-US pepperen-US 2 1/2 pounds mixed en-US heirloom tomatoes, sliced, en-US quartered or halveden-US Sea salt and coarsely ground en-US black pepperen-US 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oilen-US Pita chips small bagen-US 20 pitted Kalamata olives, en-US 1/4 cup thinly sliced red en-US onionen-US 1 tablespoon leaf oreganoen-US Directionsen-US In a small bowl combine the en-US feta and cream. Mix until en-US fairly smooth. Season with en-US white pepper. Scrape the en-US mixture into a shallow bowl en-US and refrigerate until set, about en-US 30 minutes. en-US Before serving, bring the en-US feta mousse back to room en-US temperature, about 20 en-US minutes. Whisk the mousse en-US until loosened. Spread the en-US mousse in the center of each en-US plate. Top with sliced tomaen-US -en-US toes, lightly seasoning with sea en-US salt and black pepper. Drizzle en-US with the olive oil, garnish with en-US the olives, red onion and en-US oregano. Serve with Pita chips.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.eduen-US .en-USCHEF COSTA'S en-US COOKING en-US CORNERen-USCOSTA MAGOULAS en-USChefs were the world's en-US first real scientists en-USArten-USFrom page B1


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ALL PRICES GOOD THURSDAY 9/20, FRIDAY 9/21 AND SATURDAY 9/22 ONLY, WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!WEEKLY AD! ALL PRICES GOOD WEDNESDAY 9/19/18 THROUGH TUESDAY 9/25/18, WHILE SUPPLIES LAST! So many choices en-USRandy Barber/staff photographeren-USStudent Zachary Chuang, left, talks to George Gebert of the Unmanned Airen-US -en-US craft Systems Tech Club during Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Universitys en-US Activity Fair on campus in Daytona Beach on Thursday, Sept. 13. The Eagle en-US Sport Aviation Club hosted the event.en-USArt Notesen-USMuseum opens exhibit, en-US offers classesen-USOrmond Memorial Art en-US Museum will open the exhibit en-US Art is the Child of Nature en-US Friday, Sept. 21, at 78 E. en-US Granada Blvd., Ormond en-US Beach. en-US The exhibit is named after en-US the Longfellow quote, Art is en-US the child of nature in whom en-US we trace the features of the en-US mothers face. It features work en-US by artists Donald Martin, en-US Haley Farthing and Cathy en-US Leaycraft.en-US Also at the museum, Feed en-US Your Soul: A Harvest Moon en-US Meditation with Alexandrea en-US Tocco will meet from 6:30 to 8 en-US p.m. Monday, Sept. 24. The en-US class uses crystals, guided en-US meditation and channeled en-US counsel. Participants should en-US bring a yoga mat, blanket or en-US pillow. Crystals will be providen-US-en-US ed to use and take home. The en-US cost is $33 for members and en-US $36 for non-members.en-US A free Art of Healing: Healen-US-en-US ing Hands Workshop will en-US meet from 3 to 4:30 p.m. en-US Thursday, Sept. 27, at Florida en-US Hospitals Cancer Care Center, en-US 224 Memorial Medical Parken-US -en-US way, Daytona Beach. Class is en-US free but space is limited; regisen-US-en-US ter in advance.en-US Beginning/Intermediate en-US Drawing Series with Stacey en-US Fletcher Reynolds will meet en-US from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursen-US -en-US days, Sept. 27, Oct. 4, 11 and en-US 18. All supplies are provided; en-US open to participants 16 & en-US older. The cost is $95 for en-US members and $106 for en-US non-members. en-US The Magic of Monoprints en-US with Donald Martin will meet en-US from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturen-US -en-US day, Sept. 29. It is a six-hour en-US workshop, so bringing a snack en-US or lunch is suggested. Open to en-US participants 16 and older. The en-US cost is $100 for members and en-US $111 for non-members.en-US Free Labyrinth Walk & en-US Book Signing led by Florida en-US Author Lucy Tobias and Certien-US-en-US fied Labyrinth Facilitator en-US Karen Duffy will be from en-US 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, en-US Sept. 29. Learn different ways en-US to walk a labyrinth and take en-US away a paper finger labyrinth en-US and totem for future walks. en-US The walk is free, but register in en-US advance.en-US The Magical World of Bees: en-US Free Coffee & Conversation en-US with Diane Spoden will be at en-US 11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 4.en-US Watercolor in the Gardens: en-US En Plein Air with Stacey en-US Fletcher Reynolds will be from en-US 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. en-US 6. All supplies are provided; en-US open to participants 16 and en-US older. The cost is $70 for en-US members and $76 for en-US non-members. en-US For more information or to en-US register for a class, call (386) en-US 676-3347 or visit en-US OrmondArten-US -en-US,en-USChildrens storytimeen-USOnce Upon a Storytime will en-US meet from 10 to 11 a.m. Tuesen-US-en-US day, Sept. 25, at The Caseen-US -en-US ments, 25 Riverside Drive, en-US Ormond Beach. en-US Craft and a snack is includen-US -en-US ed for four years old and en-US younger.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 676-3216.en-USExhibit features en-US Thai photographers en-USSoutheast by Southeast will en-US be on display from Sept. 17 to en-US Oct. 27 at the Southeast Museen-US-en-US um of Photography, 1200 W. en-US International Speedway Blvd., en-US Daytona Beach. en-US There will be a reception en-US and presentation by Professor en-US Gun Ketwech at 5 p.m. Thursen-US -en-US day, Sept. 27.en-US For more information, visit en-US gala Sept. 28en-USPassport to the Jazz Age, the en-US Museum of Arts & Sciences en-US eighth annual Gala Fundraisen-US-en-US er, will be from 6 to 10 p.m. en-US Friday, Sept. 28, at 352 S. Nova en-US Road, Daytona Beach.en-US Enjoy an evening filled with en-US prohibition era cocktails, a en-US progressive dinner showcasing en-US the museum and a silent aucen-US-en-US tion. Also, the Smithsonian en-US Jazz Masterworks Orchestra en-US will perform.en-US Admission is $95 per peren-US -en-US son. Table sponsorships are en-US available. en-US Register online or call en-US (386) 255-0285.en-USJazz concertsen-USSmithsonian Jazz Masteren-US -en-US works Orchestra will be in en-US concert at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. en-US Saturday, Sept. 29, at the en-US Museum of Arts & Sciences, en-US 352 S. Nova Road, Daytona en-US Beach.en-US Admission is $20 for memen-US -en-US bers or $35 for non-members.en-US Advanced tickets are recomen-US-en-US mended. en-US For tickets, visit moas.en-US org or the museums guest relaen-US -en-US tions desk, or call (386)255-en-US 0285.en-USSymphony Guild en-US to meet Oct. 1en-USThe Daytona Beach Symen-US-en-US phony Guild will meet at 10 en-US a.m. Monday, Oct. 1 at St. en-US James Episcopal Church Hall, en-US 38 S. Halifax Drive, Ormond en-US Beach. en-US Entertainment to be providen-US -en-US ed by Opera Orlando.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 253-2901 or visiten-US dbss.en-US org.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 For more information or to en-US register, call (386) 671-3560 or en-US visiten-US


en-USOrmond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill B-5en-USDancesen-USDaytona 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 For more information, call en-US (386) 441-3981 or visit en-US Daytoen-US -en-US and Laceen-USThe Granada Squares en-US Denim and Lace Dance Club en-US is from 6 to 9 p.m. each Tuesen-US -en-US day at 351 Andrews St., en-US Ormond Beach. A free introen-US -en-US duction to square dance lesson en-US will be offered from 6 to 7 p.m. en-US Tuesday, Sept. 4. en-US For information, call (386) en-US 671-6223 or visit en-US granaen-US -en-US 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-USFor more en-US information, call (386) 671-en-US 5820 or visiten-US Cluben-USA dinner dance with live en-US music will be at 1 p.m. Sunday, en-US Sept. 23, at the Polish Amerien-US -en-US can Pulaski Club, 3621 W. en-US International Speedway Blvd., en-US Daytona 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, Sept. 21. For a reservaen-US-en-US tion, call (386) 258-7059. en-US For more information, visit en-US polishamericanpulaskicluben-US -en-US Centeren-USDaytona Beach Cultural & en-US Leisure Services offers dancen-US-en-US ing and dance classes at the en-US Schnebly Recreation Center, en-US 1101 N. Atlantic 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. en-US For more information or to en-US register for a class, visit en-UScodb.en-US us/activitiesen-US or call (386) 671-en-US 3560.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 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 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. Royal Coach Tours & Cruises, Inc. FL Lic #24522OCT. 3 Butterfly Rainforest at UF Gainesville & Lunch $79 OCT. 13 ALABAMA Band Concert at Alhambra JAX w/Lunch $70 OCT. 13 I Love A Piano Irving Berlins MusicWinter Park $67 OCT. 23 BACKROADS: German Bakery, Winery & Lunch -$69 OCT. 31 HALLOWEEN -The Sleuth Mystery Theatre, Lunch -$84 NOV. 22 THANKSGIVING: St. Johns River Paddlewheel Cruise-$90 NOV. 28 HELLO DOLLY starring Betty Buckley at Dr. Phillips Ctr. JAN. 20-27 OASIS OF THE SEAS West Carib, Bus to Port CanaveralFEB. 18-23 BRILLIANCE OF THE SEAS, Key West & Cozumel, Bus to Tampa MAR. 19-25 ICELAND & FREE AIRFARE Now! APR. 13-23 AMERICAN QUEEN Steamboat Mississippi River SEP. 30-OCT. 10SEINE RIVER CRUISE PARIS to NORMANDY 75th Ann., FREE AIRCall for a new tour list386-788-0208www.royalcoachtours.comBuses Depart from New Smyrna, Port Orange, Ormond, & Palm Coast 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 THANK YOU, AGAIN FOR VOTING US #1 JOIN OUR MONTHLY NEWSLETTER Heart Walk en-USRandy Barber/staff photographeren-USKevin Covell of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Universitys ROTC Color Guard presen-US -en-US ents the American Flag as Pishima Callaway sings the national anthem before en-US the start of the 2018 Volusia/Flagler Heart Walk at the Daytona International en-US Speedway on Friday, Sept. 14. Funds raised go to the American Heart Associaen-US -en-US tion. en-USWoodland Blvd., DeLand. en-US Paraguayan native Berta en-US Rojas has been nominated en-US three times for Latin Grammy en-US Awards. Free and open to the en-US public.en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 822-8950.en-USSaturday, Sept. 22en-USDaytona Beach Kite & en-US Sandcastle Festival: en-USThe festival en-US will be Saturday, Sept. 22, and en-US Sunday, Sept. 23, at the Holiday en-US Inn Resort Daytona Beach, en-US 1615 S. Atlantic Ave. There will en-US be a kite decorating station and en-US kite professionals will teach how en-US to fly a kite. Each day, 200 kites en-US will be given away. Registration en-US opens at 8 a.m. for sandcastle en-US building and the theme this en-US year is Under the Sea. en-US Oktoberfest:en-US The Ormond en-US Beach Historical Society and en-US Ormond Brewing Co. will host en-US Oktoberfest from 1-5 p.m. at en-US the Anderson-Price Building, 42 en-US N. Beach St., Ormond Beach. en-US The Barvarians will perform. en-US Admission is $10. Beer and en-US German food will be available to en-US buy. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 677-7005 or visit en-US Concert: en-US Stetson Faculty en-US Recital with Routa Kroumoven-US -en-US itch-Gomez, violin, and Sean en-US Kennard, piano, will be at 7:30 en-US p.m. at Lee Chapel in Elizabeth en-US Hall, 421 N. Woodland Blvd., en-US DeLand. en-US Free and open to the public.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 822-8950.en-USSunday, Sept. 23en-USIce Cream Social: en-US Family en-US Renew Communitys 29th en-US annual Ice Cream Social and en-US Silent Auction will be from 1-4 en-US p.m. at St. James Episcopal en-US Church, 38 S. Halifax Drive, en-US Ormond Beach. All proceeds en-US help families lift themselves out en-US of homelessness. Admission is en-US $5 a person, free to children 10 en-US and younger, and includes en-US Seeen-US en-US OUT,en-US page B6en-USOuten-USFrom page B1


en-USB-6 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USunlimited ice cream and en-US homemade cake, family en-US entertainment, childrens en-US activities and silent and live en-US auctions. Tickets will be available en-US at the door. Fen-US or more informaen-US -en-US tion, visit en-US familyrenew.orgen-US or call en-US (386) 239-0861.en-US Concert:en-US Great Pianists at en-US Stetson series will be at 3 p.m. en-US at Lee Chapel in Elizabeth Hall, en-US 421 N. Woodland Blvd., DeLand. en-US Wenbin Jin, an alumnus of en-US Yale University and New England en-US Conservatory, plays the first en-US concert of the 2018-19 series. en-US He has won top prizes in the en-US Shanghai International and en-US Missouri Southern International en-US Piano Competitions, and is now en-US director of performing arts at en-US Beijings Keystone Academy.en-US Free and open to the public.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 822-8950.en-US Walk:en-US AVA Happy Wanderers en-US will host a 5K/10K walk at 8 en-US a.m. at Winterhaven Park, 4589 en-US S. Atlantic Ave., Ponce Inlet. en-US Admission is $3. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 256-en-US 2160, (386) 214-3890 or visit en-US, Sept. 25en-USLive Comedy: en-USLive Interactive en-US Improv Comedy presented by en-US Random Acts of Insanity is at 8 en-US p.m. at the Cinematique Theater, en-US 242 S. Beach St., Daytona en-US Beach. Tickets are $5. All ages en-US welcome. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 252-3118.en-US WISE: en-US James Zacharias, a en-US senior curator at the Museum of en-US Arts and Science, will talk about en-US Florida Crackers and the en-US Cowboys of the East from 2 to en-US 3:30 p.m. at DSCs Advanced en-US Technology College, 1770 en-US Technology Blvd., Daytona en-US Beach.en-US The DSC Foundation created en-US the WISE program to provide en-US continuing education and en-US cultural enrichment activities to en-US senior members of the commuen-US -en-US nity. WISE is open to anyone age en-US 50 or older, for $25 for an en-US individual or $45 per couple per en-US year.en-US For more information, visit en-US, en-US or en-US contact Suzette Cameron at en-US (386) 506-4506 oren-US Suzette.en-US en-US Concert: en-US Stetson Faculty en-US Recital with Tammara Phillips, en-US flute, and Kristie Born, piano, will en-US be at 7:30 p.m. at Lee Chapel in en-US Elizabeth Hall, 421 N. Woodland en-US Blvd., DeLand. Free and open to en-US the public.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 822-8950.en-USWednesday, Sept. 26en-USFilm Discussion Series: en-US Southeast Museum of Photograen-US -en-US phy Film Discussion Series, en-US Strikingly Original, presents en-US Mulholland Drive at 1200 W. en-US International Speedway Blvd., en-US Daytona Beach, at 2 and 6 p.m.en-US Strikingly Original brings en-US together a series of films that en-US have no equal, breaking ground en-US with their screenplays, acting, en-US directing, set design or other en-US cinematic elements. Discussion en-US will be led by Eric Breitenbach, en-US series curator and senior en-US professor of photographic en-US studies, and other guest en-US speakers.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 506-4475 or visit en-US smponline.orgen-US Walk: en-US AVA Happy Wanderers en-US will host a 5K Fun walk at 6 p.m. en-US at SunSplash Park, 611 S. en-US Atlantic Ave. Daytona Beach. en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 256-2160, (386) 214-3890 or en-US visit en-US eventsen-USAthens Theatre: en-US Jekyll and en-US Hyde: The Musical will be en-US performed select nights Sept. 28 en-US to Oct. 21 at 124 N. Florida Ave., en-US DeLand.en-US Preferred seating is $29 (Row en-US A-E, Center), adults $24, seniors en-US $22, student/child $11 and en-US groups of 8 or more $20. A $3 en-US per ticket processing charge is en-US added to all purchases. en-USFor more en-US information, call (386) 736-en-US 1500.en-US Lilian Place Annual Treasure en-US Sale: en-US This event will be from 8 en-US a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 28 to en-US Sunday, Sept. 30, at Lilian Place en-US Heritage Center, 1000 S. en-US Peninsula Drive. Treasures at the en-US best prices ever: furniture, knick en-US knacks, antiques, collectibles, en-US China and glassware, and other en-US unique items. All proceeds en-US support the preservation of en-US Lilian Place 1884 Museum and en-US the 1905 Hotchkiss House.en-US For en-US more information, call 386-256-en-US 4810.en-US Metal Mayhem with Nova Rex:en-US en-US Celebrated hair-metal band Nova en-US Rex will take center stage at en-US Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach en-US Friday, Sept. 28. Performing en-US oceanfront on the Avalon en-US Terrace, Nova Rex will be joined en-US by special guest performer and en-US original lead singer, Kevin Tetz.en-US Opening act Pretty Boy Floyd, en-US with albums like Leather Boyz en-US with Electric Toyz and two en-US Top-20 videos on MTV, will start en-US things off at 8 p.m. Admission is en-US $10 per person. A limited en-US number of VIP tickets will be en-US available for $25, which includes en-US a meet & greet with the bands, en-US Nova Rex Greatest Hits CD and en-US reserved concert viewing area. en-US An s costume contest is en-US planned for 6:30 pm, with the en-US winner taking home a two-night en-US stay at Hard Rock Hotel Daytona en-US Beach. Concert goers can also en-US bid on a custom Fender guitar, en-US signed by the bands, with en-US proceeds benefiting We Rock for en-US Autism.en-US For more information, visit en-US hardrockhoteldaytonabeach.en-US com.en-US Remote Control Boat Show: en-US The en-US Port Orange Ship Modelers Club en-US will host is annual free remote en-US control boat show from noon-4 en-US p.m. Friday, Sept. 28; 10 a.m.-4 en-US p.m., Saturday, Sept. 29; and en-US noon-4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 30, at en-US the Ormond Beach Library, 30 S. en-US Beach St. Free wooden models en-US to build will be given out to first en-US 25 kids to put together and paint en-US for an award. en-US Concert:en-US Great Organists at en-US Stetson series, featuring Craig en-US Cramer will be at 7:30 p.m. en-US Friday, Sept. 28, at Lee Chapel in en-US Elizabeth Hall, 421 N. Woodland en-US Blvd., DeLand.en-US The evenings program will en-US include music by Toni Zahnen-US-en-US brecher (b. 1950), a partita by en-US Georg Bhm, Passacaglia in C en-US Minor by J.S. Bach and other en-USGriefshare programen-USFirst United Methodist en-US Church is hosting GriefShare, en-US a 13-week seminar and supen-US -en-US port group for people grieving en-US the death of a loved one. en-US Classes meet from 6 to 8 en-US p.m. each Monday Rooms 1 en-US and 2 at 336 S. Halifax Drive, en-US Ormond Beach. There is a en-US charge of $15 for the worken-US -en-US book.en-US Participants may join the en-US class at any time. For questions en-US or to register, visit griefshare.en-US com en-US or call (386) 677-3581.en-USMOPS en-US at Central Baptisten-USMothers of Preschoolers will en-US meet from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. en-US the second and fourth Monen-US -en-US days of each month at Central en-US Baptist Church, 142 Fairview en-US Ave., Daytona Beach. en-US All moms and children welen-US -en-US come to the free meeting. en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 295-7903.en-USLifetree Cafeen-USHealthy ways to cope with en-US anxiety and panic attacks will en-US be discussed at Lifetree Cafe at en-US 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 23, at en-US 142 Fairview Ave., Daytona en-US Beach.en-US The program, When Anxien-US-en-US ety Strikes: Compassion, Peace en-US and Understanding, features en-US filmed interviews with psyen-US -en-US chologist Kelly Breen Boyce en-US and Cheryl Ersman, who en-US describes her experiences with en-US panic attacks.en-US During the program, particen-US -en-US ipants will gain greater underen-US en-USstanding and get practical en-US tools for dealing with anxiety en-US and panic.en-US Admission to the program is en-US free. Refreshments are served en-US and childcare is available. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 451-5223.en-USBible study en-US at Rise Above Iten-USA Transformation Bible en-US study on Acts 10:38 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 services are at 9 a.m. en-US and 11 a.m. Sundays. en-USInterfaith discussionen-USNew Church Family will en-US host "God Gab" at 7 p.m. en-US Thursday, Sept. 27, at 3520 W. en-US International Speedway Blvd., en-US Daytona Beach.en-US The interfaith discussion en-US group will cover "Plato and en-US Homosexuality," led by Dr. en-US Paul Edson, a retired humanen-US -en-US ities professor. Free and open en-US to the public. en-USFor more inforen-US -en-US mation, call (386) 527-5952.en-USWomens retreaten-USThe Christian Healing Cenen-US-en-US ter will host a retreat for en-US women from 6 p.m. Friday, en-US Sept. 28, to 4 p.m. Saturday, en-US Sept. 29, on the10-acre Oasis en-US of Hope property.en-US The cost is $49 per person, en-US which includes food, lodging en-US and snacks. en-US For information, email en-US supports en-US people coping en-US with infant lossen-USA free evening prayer seren-US -en-US vice open to the public is en-US scheduled to commemorate en-US loss of infant life at 6 p.m. en-US Wednesday, Sept. 26, at Our en-US Lady of Lourdes Catholic en-US Church, 1014 N. Halifax Ave., en-US Daytona Beach.en-US Born Into a Heaven includes en-US music and prayers of healing en-US for people who have experien-US -en-US enced the untimely death of a en-US child. All are welcome. en-US For more information, visit en-US en-US or call (386) 255-0433. NOW BUYING Serving Volusia and Flagler for 40 years!Verns Card & CoinTop $$ Paid Ask for Chris 386-316-7637 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 Answers Located in the Classied Section LaRoche 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 Furniture Sale30% OFF Living Room Dining and Bedrooms and much more CITRUS TREES Queen or King Mattress $100$40 Each!Reg. Price $45 Navel, Hamlin & Valencia Lemon and Limes Tangerines Red Grapefruit Kumquats Religion News en-USOuten-USFrom page B5 en-USSeeen-US OUTen-US ,en-US page B7


en-USOrmond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill B-7 rrrrffntbnnrnnrrf rfn rfnt rf ntbbrfnttbrff ntbbfnnr rrfntb rrrrrrr bnrr nn nn nn ff ntbbt rfr rfn tb nnn b bt r tt b tnn 145Wanted bbr bb b br rff b tbt t nnn n ntb t t b bt n nn t tt f b b bt rr r t n rr bb r t t 132SpecialNotices rr bb r t tnn 131Personals fnnnt nf r rbr btt n 103Adoptions rfntbn f r rfnftrb rnf rn fnnn nrrnf nfr tnnr r rfnn rnnnnfr n f nfntbfnntnnnnnnrfntntrfntnnttffnnnnttrfntnnnfnnrfnnnrtnttb rfntbtttt tn ntrnr rrtr rb f t rr r rrb nn rtrn n n tr b n 230Bargains:$200 orless n rr tbbr r n rnn nr nr r r b bt tt t f n b br 225Auctions t t n 220Appliances frnr f n 205Antiques/ Collectibles/Art nf r t f tbf rrr br rrrb rrr rr frr bb b nt r 201GarageSales MERCHANDISEMART ff nt r t n rb r bb t 255Electronics r t nf t bbt bt b bnn 234BuildingSupplies &Equipment nfntr br nr n r nr ntf tr n r bf r n rr nn n rr n n nrr rb nr n r fbr rb nn rn rr r rr rr bbrnn n r nrbr tr r rt n fn rr n r rb n f trf n rb frt n n tr rr r n t r rbt bb 230Bargains:$200 orless n tb b rr r bt n f brr n t b b t tr b t tb b 275MiscItems f f bt n f n nn b fn tbt n t nnn fnb t b nn b b b b n fnf n t ntb b t r nn t t rtbt t tt rn n r r f b nn rr bb r t tnnn 270Medical Equipment&Supplies r t bb f tn r bb f t rt bb f tn t rr brr t b nn ntn tb b b bt nnn ntn tb b b bt nn r bf t t b nnnn rn n trt r f b nnf b btn r t nnnn nn bt ttb b tb t nb n tf f b nnn rr r t nn 299miscNATIONAL Ads n tb b r rr bt nnn 275MiscItems t fb r bb f bt t fb r bb f bt tfnt tt bt btbt t tnnn t bt r nn b r btr b t b n r btr b t b nnn bt t btbt t 299miscNATIONAL Ads t b t b b nn t b b r ft t nn t b f b r t t n t n rb r bb tn t n rb r bb tn tn nbnb n tf n t fb r bb f bt 299miscNATIONAL Ads bb n b t n t ft n nnb t b bbb n r b n bfnb btb n nn b bb b nf nb b tb r t nf nb b tb r t tnnfr tt b t t f nn 299miscNATIONAL Ads f r fn b nb bbbr fn b nb bbbr n n tt t bb r n tt t bb r b n fnt bb bb t t tb f f bt tb fbb b tb fn bt nbf t 299miscNATIONAL Ads en-USworks. Mr. Cramer is Professor of en-US Organ at the University of Notre en-US Dame, a position he has held en-US since 1981. Free and open to en-US the public.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 822-8950.en-USOngoing Eventsen-USAmerican Legion Post 120: en-USThe en-US post offers bar bingo at 6:30 en-US p.m. Monday with burgers and en-US fries. Tuesday is taco night. The en-US first and third Wednesdays en-US feature chicken wings and en-US barbecue ribs, and Fridays are en-US dinner, dancing and karaoke. en-US Dannys famous fish fry is on the en-US second Friday at 461 Walker St., en-US Holly Hill.en-US For more information en-US and dinner times, call the post at en-US (386) 258-5275.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 menu en-US and daily specials are available. en-US The post is a non-smoking en-US facility.en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 672-7678.en-US The Casements:en-US The former en-US winter home of John D. Rockefelen-US -en-US ler is owned by the City of en-US Ormond Beach and serves as a en-US civic and cultural center. The en-US home is open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. en-US Monday through Friday and 9:30 en-US to 10:30 a.m. Saturday. The en-US historic property is at 25 en-US Riverside Drive, Ormond Beach. en-US Large group tours are by en-US appointment only. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 676-3216 en-US or visiten-US en-US Cracker Creek & Gamble Place: en-US Tours are every Friday and en-US Saturday. The Pirate Cruise is en-US now available for themed en-US birthday parties and group en-US reservations at 1795 Taylor en-US Road, Port Orange. Minimum of en-US 10 people to schedule. Cost is en-US $10 for an adult, $8 for senior en-US adult or child.en-US For more informaen-US-en-US tion call (386) 304-0778 or visit en-US Democracy Now: en-US Internet news en-US with Amy Goodman will be en-US presented at 10:30 a.m. each en-US Thursday at Unitarian Universalen-US -en-US ist Society, 56 N. Halifax Ave., en-US Ormond Beach. Coffee and en-US doughnuts will be served. The en-US public may attend. en-US Disabled American Veterans en-US Chapter 84 of Greater Daytona: en-US The en-US chapter holds a Wednesday en-US night bingo session at its chapter en-US hall at 605 Eighth St. in Holly en-US Hill. The Early Bird begins at en-US 6:30 p.m. with the regular en-US games starting at 7:15 p.m. en-US There will be free hot coffee and en-US doughnuts.en-US For more informaen-US-en-US tion, call (386) 252-4551.en-US Marine Corps Leagueen-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 Orange.en-US en-US For more information, call (800) en-US 584-1434 or visit en-US mcldaytona.en-US org.en-US Ormond Beach Farmers Market: en-US The farmers market is open each en-US Thursday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. en-US at 22 S. Beach St., Ormond en-US Beach. en-US For more information, en-US visiten-US ormondbeachmainstreet.en-US 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 (386) en-US 676-7005 or visit en-US ormondhistory.en-US org.en-US COA Ormond Beach Senior en-US Center: en-US Weekly activities at 351 en-USAndrews St. include bingo, noon en-US to 3 p.m., Fridays; Bunco on en-US 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 acrylics en-US painting class meets from 1-4 en-US p.m. Wednesdays. Ellen en-US Rosenberg is the instructor. The en-US cost is $10. Participants should en-US bring their own suppliesen-US For en-US more 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 with en-US Senior Oasis participants prior to en-US the Senior Oasis luncheon, en-US which is from noon to 2 p.m. en-US each Tuesday. The Oasis group, en-US for ages 55 and above, offers en-US monthly luncheons, dinner en-US dances, day trips, musicals, en-US overnight excursions and local en-US cruises. The program is free, but en-US some trips and excursions may en-US have a charge.en-US For more information or to en-US register, call (386) 671-3560 or en-US visit en-US Peninsula Womens Club:en-US The en-US club hosts Thursdays lunch, en-US bridge, canasta and samba. Free en-US lunch for first-timers. en-US For more en-US information or lunch reservation, en-US call (386) 767-3297 by noon en-US Monday.en-US Planetarium:en-US The Museum of en-US Arts and Sciences Planetarium is en-US open Tuesday through Sunday en-US with hourly shows. The shows en-US are Galileo: The Power of the en-US Telescope, The Little Star That en-US Could, Back to the Moon for en-US Good, The Sky Tonight, Flight en-US Through the Universe and Laser en-US Mania. Museum admission is en-US $12.95 adults; $6.95 children en-US 6-17; $10.95 seniors and en-US students; members and children en-US 5 and 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 visit en-US Project Linus: en-US Project Linus, en-US an all-volunteer organization that en-US makes blankets for sick children, en-US meets from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. the en-US first Wednesday of each month en-US at St Pauls Episcopal Church, en-US 1650 Live Oak St., New Smyrna en-US Beach, and from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. en-US the third Friday of each month at en-US Prince of Peace Catholic Church, en-US 600 N. Nova Road, Ormond en-US Beach. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 405-0005 or emailen-US en-US Toastmasters: en-US This group en-US meets at 6 p.m. Mondays at the en-US Embry-Riddle Aeronautical en-US University Business Building, en-US Room 268, in Daytona Beach. en-US For more information, call (386) en-US 236-8969.en-US Veterans and Business Mens en-US Club: en-US Luncheon meeting at noon en-US each Tuesday, at the Palmetto en-US Club, 1000 S. Beach St., en-US Daytona Beach. It features en-US camaraderie and speakers on en-US topics of interest to veterans and en-US business people. All veterans are en-US welcome.en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 761-1197.en-US Ten-US o include an event on the en-US Hometown News Calendar, send en-US an email toen-US newsdy@hometownen-US-en-US page B6


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