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Vol. 13, No. 40 Your Local News and Information Source Friday, Oct. 19, 2018 ORMOND BEACH DA YT ONA BEACH HOLLY HILL @HometownNewsVolusia @Hometownnewsvolusia @HVolusi 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! JetBlue will fly away from en-USDaytona Beach airporten-USJetBlue Airways has announced it will discontinue en-US service from several markets, including Daytona en-US Beach. en-US The decision was part of a system-wide reallocaen-US -en-US tion, spurred by the need to reduce expenses nationen-US-en-US wide. en-US The JetBlue service ends Jan. 8. The carrier flies an en-US Airbus A320 from Daytona Beach International en-US Airport to JFK in New York. Customers in the Dayen-US -en-US tona region have frequently opted to use JetBlues en-US broader network of flights in the airlines Orlando en-US focus city. en-US Others traveled via Jacksonville where JetBlue en-US offers nonstop flights to JetBlues New York-JFK, en-US Boston and Fort Lauderdale focus cities, as en-US well as nonstop service to Washington-DCA, en-US an email from JetBlue states. Customers in en-US the immediate Daytona region will continue en-US to be served by JetBlue via their neighboring en-US Orlando and Jacksonville airports 60-90 en-US minutes to the north or south. We are always en-US evaluating routes, but have no additional announceen-US-en-US ments to share regarding future service out of Dayen-US -en-US tona.en-US Airport Director Rick Karl stated in a Volusia en-US County news release, Obviously we are disappointen-US -en-US ed with JetBlues announcement to exit the market. en-US However, we realize airlines have difficult decisions en-US to make. Its unfortunate Daytona Beach was part of en-US a system-wide reallocation strategy, but we underen-US -en-US stand JetBlues need to reduce expenses and realloen-US -en-US cate en-US resources to their en-US focus cities.en-US Mr. Karl added, Were very appreciative of Jeten-US-en-US Blues professionalism and personal commitment to en-US our community over the past three years. We look en-US forward to building our relationship with JetBlue in en-US the future, and hopefully someday facilitating their en-US return to Daytona Beach. We also look forward to en-USVolusia County Chair Ed en-US Kelley and Sheriff Mike Chiten-US-en-US wood squared off over a conen-US -en-US stitutional amendent that en-US would give more power to en-US elected department heads, en-US such as the sheriff.en-US The Daytona Regional en-US Chamber of Commerce feaen-US -en-US tured a point/counter-point en-US discussion on Amendment en-US 10 as part of its monthly Eggs en-US & Issues series Thursday, en-US Oct. 11, at the LPGA Internaen-US-en-US tional Clubhouse.en-US The amendment is one of en-US several on the Nov. 6 ballot, en-US and has four provisions. en-US It changes the state legislaen-US -en-US tive session start date in en-US even-numbered years; it creen-US -en-US ates a counter-terrorism en-US office in the Florida Departen-US -en-US ment of Law Enforcement; it en-US establishes a Department of en-US Veterans Affairs in the Conen-US-en-US stitution; and it requires five en-US county-level offices (tax colen-US-en-US lector, property appraiser, en-US elections supervisor, sheriff en-US and clerk of the court) to be en-US elected and revises their en-US scope of authority.en-US Its the last of the four proen-US-en-US visions, which would change en-US budgetary processes, that the en-US two countywide elected offien-US -en-US cials debated.en-US The County Council curen-US -en-US rently decides the budgets en-US and spending of the five en-US positions mentioned in the en-US amendment.en-US Proponents of the amenden-US -en-US ment, including Sheriff Chiten-US -en-US wood, believe it gives constien-US -en-US tutional officers better en-US control to operate their en-US departments and make them en-US more responsive to the puben-US-en-US lic. Opponents, including the en-US County Council, argue it en-US could allow voters to underen-US -en-US mine Volusias charter and en-US the councils decision-maken-US-en-US ing authority, curtailing the en-US principle of home rule.en-US Chair Kelley stressed the en-USAmendment 10 en-US prompts debate en-USBiketoberen-US throughen-US the yearsen-USTheyre back, and the Beten-US-en-US laches will be among them en-US again. en-US This year, Oct. 18-21, en-US thousands of motorcyclists en-US will roll into Volusia County, en-US Daytona Beach in particular, en-US for the iconic multi-day en-US annual event known as Bikeen-US-en-US toberfest. en-US Jim Betlach, 76, and his en-US wife Meredith, 74, havent en-US missed a year, yet. The Minen-US -en-US neapolis couple, who have en-US been married 56 years, en-US bought a condo in Ormond en-US Beach several years ago, so en-US they are now residents of en-US both places.en-US I have been coming here en-US since the s Mr. Betlach en-US said. I worked for a compaen-US -en-US ny named Drag Specialties, en-US which is an after-market en-US motorcycle parts manufacen-US-en-US turer. That brought me down en-US here on business and pleaen-US -en-US sure. I would come down en-US and work and stay a few days en-US extra and, as time went on, en-US we stayed longer and longer. en-US We did a lot of riding. That is en-US how we got started coming en-US down here.en-US Now in its 26th year, the en-US long weekend bike rally en-US includes motorcycle shows, en-US concerts, opportunities to en-US connect with friends and en-US motorcycle enthusiasts from en-US around the country, scenic en-US rides throughout the area, en-US special events at Daytona en-US International Speedway and en-US other venues, and vendors en-US offering everything from the en-US latest bike models to parts en-US and accessories, T-shirts and en-US other clothing and lots of en-US food.en-US But why do people really en-US come back year after year?en-US When I first started comen-US-en-US ing here, it was part of my en-US job, Mr. Betlach said. It was en-US a huge thrill for me at that en-US age to get out of the snow. en-US After a few years, you find en-US great places to eat and more en-US friends and businessmen and en-US so forth. Ive got a lot of conen-US -en-US nections down here and en-US frankly I love the riding, I en-US love the weather, and more en-US than anything is probably the en-US friends. Down here we are en-US having a really nice time with en-US friends. We go out to dinner en-US a lot more here, we do a lot en-US more riding here. en-USOctoberen-US focusesen-US on theen-US addictionen-US epidemicen-USIts not as if the topic of suben-US -en-US stance abuse isnt in the foreen-US -en-US front every day, showcasing en-US dangerous trends and a serien-US-en-US ous nationwide problem with en-US drug-related crime and overen-US -en-US doses.en-US But October has become the en-US nationally recognized month en-US to highlight substance abuse en-US issues and treatment strategies en-US as well as a time to remember en-US those that have died as a result en-US of substance abuse.en-US Nicole Sharbono, Volusia en-US County Vice President of SMA en-US Healthcare, noted the signifien-US -en-US cance of the month as well as en-US what her agency has to offer en-US despite budget cuts to suben-US-en-US stance abuse programs across en-US the state.en-US Having an entire month en-US dedicated to substance abuse en-US awareness is one of the many en-USHigh flyingen-USRandy Barber/staff photographeren-USSummer Martin, 11, left, and Anna Nugent, 10, of Ormond Beach take flight en-US during their visit to Prince of Peaces annual Octoberfest in Ormond Beach en-US on Friday, Oct. 12. en-USTourist Development en-US Council to meet en-US Oct. 19en-USVolusia Countys Tourist en-US Development Council will en-US meet at 9 a.m. Friday, Oct. 19, en-US in Room 103 of the Ocean en-US Center, 101 N. Atlantic Ave., en-US Daytona Beach.en-US The public may attend and en-US participate. The advisory en-US group makes recommendaen-US-en-US tions to the Volusia County en-US Council. en-US For more information, conen-US -en-US tact Sharon Angelastri at en-GBCommunity en-GB Notesen-USSeeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A2 en-USIndex Business A7 Classified B6 Crossword B7 Horoscopes B1 Out & About B1 Police Report A5 Sports A15 Viewpoint A6 en-USRefinance en-US overload? Personal Finance A8 en-USPLAN STRONGER en-USLittle Theatre's new play en-US will chill your spine Entertainment B1 en-USNerve-jangling joltsen-USPhoto courtesy of Jim Betlachen-USJim and Meredith Betlach pose for the camera at a biker event at Cheyen-US -en-US enne Crossings in Lead, South Dakota.en-USBy Diane M. Careyen-USdcarey@hometownnewsol.comen-US Seeen-US en-US AMENDMENT,en-US page A4en-USBy Diane M. Careyen-USdcarey@hometownnewsol.comen-USBy Diane M. Careyen-USdcarey@hometownnewsol.comen-US Seeen-US en-US ADDICTION,en-US page A2 en-USFor more election en-US information, en-US see page 4en-USBy Diane M. Careyen-USdcarey@hometownnewsol.comen-US Seeen-US en-US BIKER,en-US page A13 Best Dentist 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R 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 inside The first en-USRock 'n' Roll en-US generationen-US Page 3en-USLand en-US Lines See en-US en-US JETBLUE,en-US page A2


A-2 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USefforts to spread awareness en-US and reduce the stigma associen-US -en-US ated with addiction, Ms. en-US Sharbono said. Given that en-US addiction impacts nearly en-US every family at one point or en-US another, its juen-US st as important en-US to talk about it and educate en-US the public as we do for heart en-US disease and other common en-US medical conditions.en-US While it is true that some en-US substance abuse programs en-US have been cut in the recent en-US months, like those funded by en-US the Florida Department of en-US Corrections, it is important to en-US note that additional funding en-US has been funneled into other en-US methods of treatment.en-US Medication-assisted treaten-US-en-US ment is now available in en-US Volusia, Ms. Sharbono said. en-US Given the rise in overdose en-US fatalities locally, SMA Healthen-US-en-US care will continue to advocate en-US for the restoration of funding en-US lost and the addition of new en-US funding to meet the ever-inen-US-en-US creasing needs of the people en-US we serve.en-US She added, SMA Healthen-US-en-US care has fully integrated the en-US treatment of substance abuse en-US and mental health disorders en-US at our East Volusia location. en-US Located within the healthcare en-US corridor of Daytona Beach, en-US SMA Healthcare is pleased to en-US offer a newly renovated camen-US-en-US pus where individuals can en-US address both their substance en-US use and mental health needs. en-US As these issues are often en-US intertwined, we believe the en-US treatment for them should be en-US as well.en-US The misuse of opioids, en-US including prescription drugs en-US and heroin, is one of the most en-US serious public health proben-US-en-US lems in the United States, en-US according to the U.S. Departen-US -en-US ment of Health Human Seren-US -en-US vices. Providing access to en-US effective care may prevent en-US misuse and its consequences, en-US such as overdose.en-US Inen-US September, DHHS en-US awarded more than $1 billion en-US in opioid-specific grants to en-US help combat the crisis ravagen-US -en-US ing the United States.en-US The awards support HHS en-US Five-Point Opioid Strategy, en-US which was launched last year en-US and enhanced this week, a en-US news release stated. New en-US data unveiled recently by en-US HHS suggests efforts are now en-US yielding progress at the en-US national level."en-US The more than $1 billion en-US in additional funding that we en-US provided this week will build en-US on progress we en-US have seen in en-US tackling this epidemic en-US through empowering comen-US-en-US munities and families on the en-US frontlines. said Secretary en-US Aleen-USx Azar in the release.en-US For more information en-US about the substance abuse en-US problem, call (800) 539-4228, en-US or visit en-US MAY 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. 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The Port Orange Ship Modelers Club hosted the event.en-US(386) 254-4000 oren-US sangelastri@en-US en-USBingo at Palmetto Cluben-USThe Palmetto Club will host en-US a bingo extravaganza at noon en-US Saturday, Oct. 20, at 1000 S. en-US Beach St., Daytona Beach.en-US The cost is $25, which en-US includes lunch (soup and en-US sandwich) and three bingo en-US cards. Extra cards will be availen-US-en-US able to buy.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 334-9304.en-USRide for ARCen-USARC of Volusia Charity en-USAddictionen-USFrom page A1en-USnew opportunities ahead and en-US building upon the airports en-US record growth weve experien-US-en-US enced in the past decade.en-US Volusia County Council en-US Chair Ed Kelley said, They en-US provided a service that was en-US profitable for us, it was profiten-US -en-US able for them. It was a corpoen-US -en-US rate decision. Every time a en-US door closes or a plane stops en-US flying, will give us an opportuen-US -en-US nity to seek another plane to en-US fly.en-US With JetBlue, the number of en-US travelers using the airport had en-US steadily been going up, Chair en-US Kelley said. Possibly we can en-US convince Delta to add a flight en-US to LaGuardia or something. en-US Its not the end all. They felt by en-US adding a flight to Orlando it en-US would be even a better load en-US factor than out of here.en-US The county can look at the en-US success they had and build on en-US it, he said. en-US Its disappointing news, this en-US community worked very hard en-US to attract JetBlue to the area, en-US said Nancy Keefer, president en-US and CEO of the Daytona en-US Regional Chamber of Comen-US-en-US merce. While their ridership en-US continued to increase, it is en-US always going to be a business en-US model when corporations en-US come into the area.en-US The Daytona airport can en-US still find more ways to grow, en-US Ms. Keefer said. We have a en-US great airport and a great team en-US over there working to bring en-US other airlines into the area. We en-US are all gong to work together en-US and see who we can attract, en-US and certainly support those en-US airlines that continue to fly out en-US of here.en-US It is a very competitive proen-US -en-US cess when you are out there en-US recruiting airlines, she said. en-US Now we can go out with real en-US load statistics that will help in en-US the future.en-US Delta Air Lines has flights to en-US Atlanta and American Airlines en-US has flights to Charlotte. Also, en-US SunWing will offer seasonal en-US flights to Canada beginning in en-US January. en-USJetBlueen-USFrom page A1en-USNotesen-USFrom page A1 en-USSeeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A3


Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill A-3 1808 W. Intl. Spwy. Blvd., #305, Daytona Beach, FL 32114 (386)226-0007 Free repairs Free reprogramming 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1 R E A D E R S Finding the right hearing aid does not have to be hard or confusing.Julie Pruitt LHAS, BC-HISFlorida State Hearing Aids, Inc.We Specialize in Quality Hearing Aids & Quality Service Let us help simplify this process. With 26 years of local experience and hometown service we can and will get you the right hearing aid with none of the corporate up charges or hassle. (formerly SIEMENS) MAY 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S en-USMotorcycle Ride will be Saturen-US -en-US day, Oct. 20, at 100 Jimmy en-US Huger Circle.en-US Registration begins at 7:30 en-US a.m. with free coffee and en-US doughnuts. Kickstands up at 9 en-US a.m. with a ride on The Loop en-US with several stops at local en-US favorites on Atlantic Avenue as en-US the ride heads south for its en-US final stop on Main Street. The en-US cost is $25 for single rider and en-US $40 for double. en-US The ARC is a nonprofit en-US serving individuals with intelen-US-en-US lectual and developmental disen-US -en-US abilities. en-US Register at or en-US call (386) 274-4736. en-USLow-cost pet clinics en-US slateden-USThere will be two low cost en-US pet shot clinics sponsored by en-US the Society for the Prevention en-US of Cruelty to Animals Rescue en-US Sunday, Oct. 21.en-US The first clinic will be from en-US 9 to 11 a.m. at Big Lots, 122 N. en-US Nova Road, Ormond Beach.en-US The second clinic will be en-US from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. at the en-US Big Lots, 3818 S. Nova Road, en-US Port Orange.en-US Heart worm prevention and en-US flea control products will be en-US available to buy. The cash only en-US clinics benefit abused animals. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 748-8993. en-USDAR to meeten-USThe Captain James Ormond en-US Chapter, Daughters of the en-US American Revolution will en-US meet at 11:30 p.m. Monday, en-US Oct. 22, at the Anderson-Price en-US Memorial Building, lo42 N. en-US Beach St. en-US Featured speaker, Erin en-US Knowles Wirsing, will talk en-US about human trafficking. en-US The cost for the luncheon is en-US $15.en-US For more information, conen-US -en-US tact Dee Clark, Regent, at (386) en-US 846-9123 or at en-US Cjoregent@en-US en-USViolinist to perform at en-US Ormond libraryen-USOrmond Beach violinist Dr. en-US Paulo Torres will present Healen-US -en-US ing through Music at 2 p.m. en-US Monday, Oct. 22, at the en-US Ormond Beach Regional en-US Library, 30 S. Beach St.en-US His performance will highen-US -en-US light the power of music and en-US its ability to improve physical en-US and emotional healing. en-US The free concert is sponen-US -en-US sored by the Friends of the en-US Library. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 676-4191, option 4.en-USSpooky Yappy Houren-USThe Halifax Humane Socien-US -en-US ety will host a Yappy Hour en-US Spooktacular from 5:30 to 7:30 en-US p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 24, at en-US Bistro 424 in Venetian Bay, en-US 424 Luna Bella Lane, New en-US Smyrna Beach. en-US The cost is $15 per person, en-US which includes two drink ticken-US-en-US ets and light appetizers. Bring en-US your own dog. All proceeds en-US benefit the communitys anien-US-en-US mals.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 274-4703 or visiten-US halien-US -en-US' was 13 years old when rock en-US n' roll hit America hard and en-US turned everything that came en-US before it upside down. en-USFrom that day forward, en-US nothing would ever be the en-US same. Teenagers would no en-US longer be clones of their en-US parents and instead would en-US embark on a journey to find en-US their own identities. What a en-US journey it has been. en-US Early on, I would don the en-US oily pompadour made famous en-US by Elvis. Black leather jackets, en-US pegged pants and boots told en-US everyone we were not our en-US fathers and would never be en-US again. When the Beatles en-US became popular, I grew my en-US hair long and switched to flair en-US bottom pants. Next the hippie en-US movement took us even en-US farther from The Leave It To en-US Beaver image of our parents. en-US Back when rock and roll en-US began, I was presented with a en-US dilemma most of my friends en-US were able to avoid. My en-US 35-year-old mother, who to en-USme was a senior citizen, also en-US totally embraced the new en-US music and loved rock 'n' roll. en-US She was so into it that when I en-US was 14, I gave her a 45 rpm en-US record of Chuck Berrys en-US Sweet Little 16 for a gift. My en-US friends were aghast. You en-US didnt, they laughed. en-US My mom loved that gift. en-US How could my mother be into en-US rock and roll when the whole en-US idea of it was to separate us en-US from our parents? My dad en-US meanwhile was stuck on en-US Lawrence Welk. No problem en-US there. Of course now both of en-US them are gone and I have en-US become a rock and rolling en-US senior citizen. Is that OK? Can en-US we be old and still love the en-US music? Heck, The Rolling en-US Stones are all older than I am, en-US so it must be okay, right? en-US I must admit these days I en-US am self-conscious about en-US attending a concert, especially en-US when the music takes me over. en-US I dont dance much anymore, en-US but when the music is good, I en-US still have to move. When I see en-US other oldsters dancing in the en-US aisles, I am a bit embarrassed en-US for them.en-US What do the young folks en-US think? Yep, I know what they en-US think, but does it really en-US matter? We are the first rock en-US 'n' rollers and it is our music. en-US There are no guidelines or en-US blueprints to limit our actions en-US for we are the originators. As en-US the first rock 'n' roll senior en-US citizens, we are setting the en-US precedent. en-US Are we allowed to dress like en-US the kids? No, just like my dad, en-US I wouldnt want to do that and, en-US like him, I dont care for most en-US of the modern music. Rap, hip en-US hop and modern pop does not en-US move me. My music is that of en-US the 1980s and before. To en-US further confuse the issue, my en-US grown son and daughter (both en-US parents themselves) also like en-US the same music as I. en-US Is it OK for us to go to en-US classic rock concerts together? en-US No, I dont think so. I wouldnt en-US want to embarrass them. I en-US know I would not want to en-US move to the music in front of en-US my kids. Its not a pretty sight. en-US But look, as the first aging en-US rock genen-US eration, we should be en-US allowed to do as we please. I en-US suppose my message to you is en-US do whatever feels good. If a en-US driving rock beat makes you en-US move in your seat or jump to en-US your feet, then go for it. Shoot, en-US you and I have a lot invested en-US in this rock 'n' roll thing. Sixty en-US years later and the music is en-US still ours. en-US If we did not accept Buddy en-US Holly in 1956, there would en-US have been no led Zeppelin in en-US 1980 or REM in 1990. en-US Without us, there would have en-US been no Michael Jackson or en-US Jay Z. If you still enjoy the en-US music, God bless you. You are en-US drawing the blueprint. 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 Associaen-US tion 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 en-US or call (386) en-US 441-7793.en-USThe first rock 'n' roll generation en-USLAND LINESen-USDAN SMITH Notes en-USFrom page A2en-US Seeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A6


A-4 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USdiscussion was nothing peren-US -en-US sonal, but rather about differen-US -en-US ent viewpoints. He felt passen-US -en-US ing the amendment would en-US cost taxpayers more money en-US and would not make citizens en-US any safer. en-US Why would we want to en-US have the sheriffs office operen-US -en-US ate every single part of that en-US department? My position is en-US are we going to be better off en-US having (the five) constitutionen-US -en-US al offices or not? Why do we en-US want to go and make this a en-US partisan election?en-US There will be a choice that en-US will have to be made if this en-US passes to be partisan one way en-US or the other (in the primaen-US -en-US ries). Keep partisan politics en-US out of those five constitutionen-US-en-US al offices. We should all be en-US looking to make things better. en-US Ask yourself what would be en-US better about making this en-US change to where ultimately en-US the governor and the cabinet en-US could be the ones to decide en-US the budget. Dont take away en-US home rule. Dont let 66 other en-US counties tell us how to run en-US Volusia County.en-US Sheriff Chitwood asked, en-US Who is better to run the en-US office of the supervisor of en-US elections than the person who en-US was voted in as a professional en-US at it? Who is better to run the en-US office of the sheriff than the en-US sheriff? When it comes to my en-US budget, why cant I work with en-US the County Council, get my en-US budget approved and then go en-US to work? Why do I have to go en-US back and ask for reward en-US money for a murder suspect en-US and wait two weeks for the en-US next County Council meeting en-US to show up when the money en-US is approved in my budget.en-US Chair Kelley made the en-US point that passing the amenden-US -en-US ment would take decision en-US making out of the County en-US Councils hands should there en-US be problems and allow for the en-US state to decide instead. en-US We, the elected council, en-US represent you and your will, en-US he said. We decide currently en-US what the budget is going to en-US be. We are responsible to you en-US and that is where we have to en-US have that balance (of power). en-US We need those checks and en-US balances . to be by the seven en-US who are elected, not the state, en-US or not the clerk of courts. en-US He stressed the council is en-US appropriately tasked with en-US making all budgetary requests en-US make sense in terms of tax en-US dollars.en-US Sheriff Chitwood counen-US -en-US tered with, You elected a en-US sheriff to be responsible for en-US his budget. If I am not responen-US-en-US sible with my budget, you en-US throw me out of office. If I en-US feel you are underfunded, and en-US I feel public safety is in jeopen-US -en-US ardy, I should have the right en-US to appeal that budget to Tallaen-US -en-US hassee. en-US Funding concerns he cited en-US included increasing pay for en-US dispatchers, who are among en-US the lowest paid in the state. en-US Better access to an attorney en-US was another bone of contenen-US -en-US tion for him.en-US A poll at the meeting en-US showed 56 percent supporten-US -en-US ed Amendment 10 while 44 en-US percent were opposed. From aging skin to skin cancer, choose a dermatologist. HELLER DERMATOLOGY CENTERJ effrey J. Heller D.O., F.A.A.D. Board Certified Dermatologic Surgeon 2016 2016 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S R E A D E R S C H O I C E 2014 2014 2015 2015 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 386.239.8700511 N. Clyde Morris Blvd. Daytona Beach 790 Dunlawton Avenue, Suite H, Port RESTORE! RENEW! 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THANK YOU FOR VOTING US #1 AGAIN! en-USVoters in the 2018 Florida en-US General Election will face the en-US most confusing ballot in a en-US generation, especially regarden-US-en-US ing the proposed constitutionen-US -en-US al amendments.en-US Proposed amendments en-US require 60 percent approval en-US from voters to pass, according en-US to state law.en-US Making this years process en-US especially challenging is that en-US the Constitution Revision en-US Commission bundled differen-US -en-US ent issues into the same en-US amendment. en-US Listed here are brief sumen-US -en-US maries of the amendments. en-US Each is excerpted from the en-US state website, and in some en-US cases there have been disputes en-US regarding whether the states en-US summary accurately reflects en-US the proposed amendment. en-US Voters are urged to do research en-US and review the pros and cons. en-US 1. Increased Homestead en-US Property Tax Exemption, proen-US-en-US posed by the Florida legislaen-US -en-US ture. Increases the homestead en-US exemption by exempting the en-US assessed valuation of homeen-US-en-US stead property greater than en-US $100,000 and up to $125,000 en-US for all levies other than school en-US district levies.en-US 2. Limitations on Property en-US Tax Assessments, proposed by en-US the legislature. Permanently en-US retain provisions currently in en-US effect that limit property tax en-US assessment increases on specien-US-en-US fied non-homestead real propen-US-en-US erty, except for school district en-US taxes, to 10 percent each year.en-US 3. Voter Control of Gamen-US -en-US bling in Florida, proposed by a en-US citizen initiative group called en-US Voters In Charge. Ensures voten-US-en-US ers have the exclusive right to en-US decide whether to authorize en-US casino gambling by requiring en-US that all casino gambling must en-US be approved by voters.en-US 4. Voting Restoration en-US Amendment, citizens initiaen-US-en-US tive proposed by Floridians for en-US a Fair Democracy Inc. en-US Restores voting rights of Floen-US -en-US ridians with felony convictions en-US after they complete all terms en-US of their sentence including en-US parole or probation. The en-US amendment would not apply en-US to those convicted of murder en-US or sexual offenses.en-US 5. Supermajority Vote en-US Required to Impose, Authoen-US-en-US rize or Raise State Taxes or en-US Fees, proposed by the legislaen-US -en-US ture. Prohibits the legislature en-US from imposing, authorizing or en-US raising a state tax or fee except en-US by a two-thirds vote of each en-US house.en-US Proposed amendments 6-13 en-US are all from the Constitutional en-US Revision Commission. en-US 6. Rights of Crime Victims; en-US Judges. Creates constitutional en-US rights for victims of crime; en-US requires courts to facilitate en-US victims rights; authorizes vicen-US -en-US tims to enforce their rights en-US throughout criminal and juveen-US -en-US nile justice processes. Requires en-US judges and hearing officers to en-US independently interpret staten-US-en-US utes and rules rather than en-US deferring to government agenen-US-en-US cys interpretation. Raises en-US mandatory retirement age of en-US state judges from 70 to 75; en-US deletes authorization for judgen-US -en-US es to complete term if one-half en-US of term has been served by en-US retirement age.en-US 7. First Responder and Milien-US -en-US tary Member Survivor Beneen-US-en-US fits; Public Colleges and Unien-US -en-US versities. Creates mandatory en-US payment of education and en-US compensation benefits to en-US qualifying survivors of first en-US responders and military memen-US -en-US bers who die performing offien-US-en-US cial duties. Requires supermaen-US-en-US jority votes by university en-UStrustees and state university en-US system board of governors to en-US raise or impose legislatively en-US authorized fees. Establishes en-US existing state college system as en-US constitutional entity; provides en-US governance structure.en-US 8. The amendment on en-US school board term limits and en-US charter schools was nullified en-US by the state Supreme Court.en-US 9. Prohibits Offshore Oil en-US and Gas Drilling; Prohibits en-US Vaping in Enclosed Indoor en-US Workplaces. Prohibits drilling en-US for oil and natural gas beneath en-US all state-owned waters en-US between the mean high water en-US line and the states outermost en-US territorial boundaries. Adds en-US use of vapor-generating devicen-US-en-US es to prohibition of tobacco en-US smoking in enclosed indoor en-US workplaces with exceptions.en-US 10. State and Local Governen-US -en-US ment Structure and Operaen-US -en-US tion. Requires legislature to en-US retain department of veterans en-US affairs. Ensures election of en-US sheriffs, property appraisers, en-US supervisors of elections, tax en-US collectors, and clerks of court en-USElection ballot asking voters to decide on 13 amendmentsen-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.comen-USGovernor and senator en-US highlight statewide electionen-USWith a U.S. Senate seat and en-US governor on the ballot, a big en-US turnout can be expected Tuesen-US-en-US day, Nov. 6, in Volusia County.en-US Other statewide offices also en-US are in contention as well as the en-US Sixth District Congressional en-US seat.en-US Heres a list of the candien-US -en-US dates:en-USU.S. Senatoren-USRick Scott, Republicanen-US Bill Nelson, Democraten-USU.S. Representative en-US District 6en-USMichael Waltz, Republicanen-US Nancy Soderberg, Demoen-US-en-US craten-USGovernor and en-US Lieutenant Governoren-USRon DeSantis Jeanette en-US Nuez, Republicansen-US Andrew Gillum and Chris en-US King, Democratsen-US Darcy G. Richardson and en-US Nancy Argenziano, Reform en-US Partyen-US Ryan Christopher Foley and en-US John Tutton Jr., no party affilien-US-en-US ationen-US Kyle KC Gibson and Ellen en-US Wilds, NPAen-US Bruce Stanley and Ryan en-US Howard McJury, NPAen-USAttorney Generalen-USAshley Moody, Republicanen-US Sean Shaw, Democraten-US Jeffrey Marc Siskind, NPAen-USChief Financial Officeren-USJimmy Patronis, Republicanen-US Jeremy Ring, Democraten-USCommissioner of en-US Agricultureen-USMatt Caldwell, Republicanen-US Nicole Nikki Fried, Demen-US -en-US ocraten-USJustice of theen-US Supreme Courten-USShall Justice Alan Lawson be en-US retained in office?en-USFifth District Court of en-US Appealen-USShall Justice Eric Eisnaugle en-US of the be retained in office?en-US Hometown Newsen-US will have en-US information on the state legisen-US -en-US lative and circuit court judge en-US candidates in the Oct. 26 edien-US -en-US tion, and county and municien-US -en-US pal candidates Nov. 2.en-US For Hometown Newsen-USnewsdy@hometownnewsol.comen-USAmendmenten-USFrom page A1 en-USSeeen-US en-US ELECTION,en-US page A8


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Garage Shelves: Installed Replaced Removed Gutter Clean Out Gutter Painting Gutter Washing Kitchen Remodeling: Full or Partial Cabinets Counter Tops Tile: Back Splash Paint & More Hurricane Protection: Installed Removed Landscaping: Yard Clean Up Rock Mulching Trimming & More Light Bulb Mail Box Mirrors Pictures Hang Curtin Rods Smoke Alarm Battery Replacement Painting: Interior Exterior & More Power Washing: Full Service Roof Repairs: Shingle Tile Metal Flat Roofs & More Skylights: Installed Repaired Replaced Screen Replacement Storage Sheds: Kits or Custom Built Siding: Vinyl Wood T 1-11 & More Sot & Fascia Board: Installed Replaced Removed Power Wash Paint Tile: Installed Removed Repaired Walls Floors & More Television Brackets Installed Wallpaper: Removed Repaired Paint Wainscoting: Installed Removed Paint Window Treatments: Installed Removed & More Wood Rot: All Areas Around Your Home Serving Flagler & Volusia County for 17 Years 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 Daytona Beach Police en-USDepartmenten-USLindsey B. Scanlon, 40, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 5 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of burglary tools. Bail en-US was not set.en-US William Cruz, 44, of Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach, was arrested Oct. en-US 5 and charged with possession en-US of Schedule III substance. Bail en-US was not set. en-US Raymond James Roberts, en-US 39, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested Oct. 5 and charged en-US with aggravated assault with a en-US deadly weapon. Bail was not en-US set. en-US Aliza Nikia Douglas, 18, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 5 and charged with aggraen-US -en-US vated assault with a deadly en-US weapon. Bail was not set. en-US Jamieson L. Lewis, 36, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 6 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of cannabis and en-US cocaine. Bail was set at $2,000. en-US Charles Leon Lockett, 55, en-US of Daytona Beach, was arresten-US -en-US ed Oct. 6 and charged with en-US battery and false imprisonen-US-en-US ment. Bail was not set.en-US Paul R. Timmons Jr., 51, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 6 and charged with grand en-US theft and felony petit theft. en-US Bail was set at $10,000.en-US Eric Peter Slade, 46, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 6 and charged with felony en-US battery. Bail was not set.en-US LaShelle C. Joseph, 32, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 6 and charged with leaven-US -en-US ing the scene of crash involven-US -en-US ing damage and aggravated en-US assault with a deadly weapon. en-US Bail was not set.en-US Terry Lynn Clements, 47, en-US of Daytona Beach, was arresten-US -en-US ed Oct. 6 and charged with en-US sale of synthetic cannabis en-US within 1,000 feet of a place en-US worship. Bail was not set.en-US Christina L. Lounsberry, en-US 26, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested Oct. 6 and charged en-US with burglary of an unoccuen-US-en-US pied structure. Bail was set at en-US $1,000. en-US Sabrina M. Smith, 27, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 6 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of heroin and paraen-US-en-US phernalia. Bail was set at en-US $15,000. en-US Gina M. Gallagher, 50, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 6 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of cocaine and paraen-US-en-US phernalia, and trespass. Bail en-US was set at $2,500. en-US Raqan M. Robinson, 18, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 7 and charged with loiteren-US -en-US ing or prowling and burglary en-US of a conveyance. Bail was not en-US set.en-US Olga L. Pacheco Ibanez, 32, en-US of Daytona Beach, was arresten-US -en-US ed Oct. 7 and charged with en-US possession of paraphernalia en-US and heroin. Bail was not set. en-US Shawn M. Little, 27, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 7 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of paraphernalia and en-US heroin. Bail was set at $2,000. en-US Trashane D. Laws, 27, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 8 and charged with felony en-US battery. Bail was set at $10,000.en-US Mary G. Panayi, 37, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 8 and charged with aggraen-US -en-US vated assault with a deadly en-US weapon. Bail was not set. en-US Thomas M. Perez, 36, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 9 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of a Schedule II suben-US-en-US stance. Bail was set at $500. en-US Shantana I. Grayson, 21, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 9 and charged with aggraen-US -en-US vated battery (bodily harm). en-US Bail was not set. en-US Billy R. Tolbert, 56, of Dayen-US-en-US tona Beach, was arrested Oct. en-US 9 and charged with false en-US imprisonment and battery en-US (domestic violence). Bail was en-USset at $3,000. en-US Laquasha Shani English, en-US 27, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested Oct. 9 and charged en-US with grand theft over $20,000. en-US Bail was set at $1,000. en-US Matisa J. Hunt, 20, of Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach, was arrested Oct. en-US 9 and charged with grand theft en-US over $20,000. Bail was set at en-US $1,000. en-US Lyterra S. Barrow, 33, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 9 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of cannabis and accesen-US-en-US sory after the fact to robbery. en-US Bail was not set. en-US Dennis Brown, 18, of Dayen-US-en-US tona Beach, was arrested Oct. en-US 9 and aggravated assault en-US (deadly firearm) and robbery en-US with a firearm. Bail was not en-US set. en-US Stephanie L. Ellis, 34, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 10 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of methamphetamine. en-US Bail was $1,000.en-US Phillip Owen Moore III, 35 en-US of Daytona Beach, was arresten-US -en-US ed Oct. 10 and charged with en-US consuming adjacent to alcohol en-US beverage establishment, posen-US-en-US session of paraphernalia and en-US cocaine. Bail was set at $2,100.en-US Henry F. Gibson Jr., 50, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 10 and charged with driven-US-en-US ing with license canceled, susen-US -en-US pended/revoked, resisting an en-US officer without violence and en-US fleeing or attempting to elude. en-US Bail was not set.en-US Kathleen Mercado, 36, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 10 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of paraphernalia, en-US cocaine and heroin. Bail was en-US set at $3,500.en-US Sean T. Johnson, 52, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 10 and charged with en-US resisting an officer without en-US violence, possession of cocaine en-US with intent to sell and possesen-US -en-US sion of cannabis. Bail was set en-US at $6,000.en-US Parris J. Williams, 28, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 11 and charged with buren-US -en-US glary of an occupied dwelling. en-US Bail was not set. en-US Samuel L. Watson, 59, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 11 and charged with posen-US -en-US session cannabis with intent to en-US sell within 1,000 feet place en-US convenience business. Bail was en-US not set. en-USOrmond Beach Police en-US Departmenten-USKimberly May Nico Tomen-US-en-US linson, 29, of Ormond Beach, en-US was arrested Oct. 6 and en-US charged with battery on a law en-US enforcement officer, criminal en-US mischief, possession of paraen-US -en-US phernalia and resisting arrest en-US with violence. Bail was set at en-US $40,000. en-US Michelle L. Shiveley, 43, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 7 and charged with baten-US -en-US tery on a law enforcement offien-US -en-US cer and principal to child en-US abuse. Bail was set at $2,500.en-US Brandon E. Johnson, 31, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 7 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of hydrocodone, posen-US -en-US session of a weapon by a felon, en-US possession of cocaine and en-US aggravated assault with a en-US deadly weapon. Bail was not en-US set. en-US Harry J. Rowan, 42, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 8 and charged with en-US domestic battery by strangulaen-US -en-US tion. Bail was set at $5,000.en-USHolly Hill Police en-US Departmenten-USMichael Jon Morrison, 62, en-US of Holly Hill, was arrested Oct. en-US 7 and charged with aggravated en-US battery (bodily harm). Bail en-US was not set. en-US Stephen M. Goodenow, 42, en-US of Holly Hill, was arrested Oct. en-US 8 and charged with possession en-US of cocaine and tampering with en-US physical evidence. Bail was set en-US at $4,000. en-USVolusia County en-USSheriffs Officeen-USDanny Lee Gant, 47, of en-US Editors note: en-US This is a list of en-US arrests, not convictions, and all en-US arrestees are presumed innoen-US -en-US cent unless or until proven en-US guilty in a court of law.en-USPolice Report en-USLikeen-US Hometown News Volusia for the latest in local en-US news, information and interactive features like photo en-US contests and Rants & Raves. en-USWERE ON en-USFACEBOOK! See en-US en-US POLICE,en-US page A6 en-US(888) 277-TIPSen-USWanteden-USThe Daytona Beach en-US Police Department is looken-US -en-US ing for the suspect of an en-US Aug. 26 armed robbery at en-US Jesse Street and Magnolia en-US Avenue.en-US Police responded to the en-US area Sunday morning after en-US reports of an armed roben-US -en-US bery. Victim Stanley Gaddy en-US told officers he was en-US approached by suspect en-US David Baker (DOB: Sept. 9, en-US 1982). Gaddy said Baker en-US pulled out a knife and en-US stabbed him in the hand. en-US Baker also stole his pants. en-US Investigators need help en-US finding Baker. He is likely en-US armed with a large folding en-US knife and possibly a fireen-US-en-US arm. en-US Anyone with informaen-US-en-US tion is asked to call Daytoen-US-en-US na Beach Police, (386) 671-en-US 5200. Persons with en-US information may text en-US CRIMES (274637) with a en-US cell phone or log on to en-US and click on en-US Anonymous Web Tips. en-US When using a cell phone, en-US all messages should begin en-US with DBTIPS. Tipsters en-US remain anonymous. en-USDavid Baker MAY


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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First the rave, Mariners Cove did fine en-US work making a sidewalk to the beach (facing 7-Eleven, on 27th en-US Avenue, in New Smyrna Beach). The sidewalk is attractive, and a en-US big improvement over walking along the side of the road. en-US Now the rant. To the person or persons who repeatedly vanen-US-en-US dalized the soap machine in the ladies room next to the Brannon en-US Civic Center in New Smyrna Beach, thanks to you, the city en-US apparently has no plans of ever replacing the soap machine en-US again. Just because you are miserable, do you have to make en-US everyone else miserable also?en-USIn response to: Its not tree city anymoreen-USYou are exactly right Ormond Beach is not small town anymore. en-US Unfortunately not much can change that now, but it doesnt have to en-US become a total urban mess. Elections are very near people. If youre en-US dismayed by all the clearcutting and unwarranted growth and trafen-US-en-US fic and crime do something. Vote out the present regime. Become en-US active. en-USNo blame gameen-USNo blame here. The other morning, I woke up and there was en-US a gang of wild turkeys in my back yard. (They were) fat and en-US doing well. I cant blame Geosam foren-US upsetting the natural habien-US-en-US tat. At one time, Ormond Park was trees and wild land with en-US trees and palms. A developer came in and tore up all the trees en-US and upset the natural habitat, but everything has grown back. en-US You cant blame Geosam for beinen-US g a capitalist and making en-US money. en-USIn response to: Why not Edgewater?en-USThe person makes a good point. It has to be less expensive to en-US have the Sheriffs Office take over patrolling Edgewater. After all, en-US they are already here to patrol ten-US he County areas and Oak Hill en-US right to our south. It would definitely make good sense for the en-US City Commission to ask the Sheriffs Office for a quote. I know en-US Edgewater has tried to build a new police department building en-US for some years now and the voters turn it down. This would en-US negate having to have a new police department building and in en-US all likelihood save money as well. After all, the Sheriffs Office en-US could take this over easily as there must be a lot of duplication of en-US services.en-US The savings could be used for other projects like beautifying en-US the city, youth programs, or senior programs.en-USAnother response to: Why not Edgewater?en-USI agree. I have lived in Edgewater about 20 years and thought en-US the same thing. It would make more sense to have the Sheriffs en-US Office do the job. en-US I agree 120 percent. en-USCoyote relocationen-USI am wondering why no one has moved the coyotes far away? I en-US understand there are no more outdoor cats on the peninsula. en-US On the mainland, I personally had seven sightings on the en-US mainland: From Fleming and US 1 to Old Kings Road and Divien-US -en-US sion, and two sightings in my yard also on Hammock. Are we en-US going to lose all our outdoor cats, too? How long has it been en-US since you saw a rabbit? en-USHonest staffen-USI had to write about what happened to me this recently at The en-US Beacon Restaurant on Flagler Avenue in New Smyrna Beach.en-US My wife and I had a great lunch before going to the beach. I en-US paid our bill and went to the restroom before leaving and misen-US -en-US takenly left my wallet with three credit cards inside the mens en-US room. We left and were walking towards the ocean when I heard en-US some very loud shouts of Hey!Hey! and after the third Hey! en-US I finally turned around to see our waitress, Melissa, running en-US after us as fast as she could with my wallet in hand. Some young en-US man found it in the bathroom and gave it to her and she checked en-US my ID and instantly knew whose it was as we have been loyal en-US patrons since we moved here three years ago. She is one of our en-US favorites and God Bless her for running after us down the sideen-US -en-US walk. Needless to say, I gave her one big hug and couldnt thank en-US her enough. en-USGiving backen-USPhoto courtesy of Rotary Club of Downtown Ormond Beachen-USMembers of the Rotary Club of Downtown Ormond Beach spent an evening, at Provision Packs Pantry, en-US filling bags of food for students at Ormond Beach elementary schools. The program was founded to en-US provide nutritional assistance to families living in poverty, and in some cases homeless. From left back en-US are Tom Mondloch, Carleen Leffler-Nicastro, Stephanie Casimiro, Holly Vincent, Frank Ganz and Roland en-US Roth, and from left front Monique Amos, Jennifer King, Alex Youngblood, Nancy Cortez-Ferguson and en-US Steve Burns.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-USHuman Services en-US Advisory Board to meet Oct. 23en-USVolusia Countys Human Services en-US Advisory Board will conduct a quarterly en-US meeting at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23, at en-US the United Way of Volusia-Flagler Counen-US -en-US ties, 3747 W. International Speedway en-US Blvd., Daytona Beach. en-US The meeting will include approval of en-US new board members; election of officers; en-US and presentation of the annual report, en-US community needs assessment and comen-US -en-US munity action plan.en-US The board advises the Volusia County en-US Council.en-US For more information, contact Human en-US Services Manager Clayton Jackson at en-US (386) 736-5956 or en-US en-USOB Life focuses on leisure en-US and cultureen-USCitizens of Ormond Beach will discuss en-US leisure and culture in the fifth of a six-en-US part community engagement series en-US called The OB Life at 6 p.m. Tuesday, en-US Oct. 23, at the Calvary Christian Acadeen-US -en-US my Kids Center, 1687 W. Granada Blvd. en-US The informal series gathers resident en-US input for the Ormond Beach City Comen-US -en-US mission as it updates the citys strategic en-US plan in 2019. en-US All information from the meeting, en-US including a video, will be posted at en-US movies at Ormond Beach en-US Regional Libraryen-USWatch free flicks at the Ormond Beach en-US Regional Library, 30 Beach St. en-US Ocen-US tobers lineup includes:en-US Water for Elephants: 2 p.m. Tuesen-US -en-US day, Oct. 23en-US Set in the 1930s, a former en-US veterinary student takes a job in a travelen-US -en-US ing circus and falls in love with the ringen-US -en-US masters wife. Robert Pattinson, Reese en-US Witherspoon and Christoph Waltz star. en-US Rated PG-13, 120 minutes.en-US My Kid Could Paint That: 2 p.m. en-US Tuesday, Oct. 30. This documentary en-US looks at the work and surprising success en-US of a four-year-old girl whose paintings en-US have been compared to the likes of Picasen-US -en-US so and has raked in hundreds of thouen-US-en-US sands of dollen-US ars. Marla Olmstead, Laura en-US Olmstead aen-US nd Mark Olmstead star. en-US Rated PG-13, 82 minutes.en-US For more information, call (386) 676-en-US 4191, option 4.en-USMilitary officers meet Oct. 25en-USThe Halifax Area Chapter of the Milien-US en-USNotesen-USFrom page A3en-US Seeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A7en-USDaytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 5 and charged with feloen-US-en-US ny driving while license canen-US-en-US celed, suspended or revoked, en-US possession of cocaine, unregen-US -en-US istered motor vehicle, possesen-US -en-US sion of paraphernalia and en-US fleeing or attempting to elude. en-US Bail was set at $12,500. en-US Dana F. Fleming, 30, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 5 and charged with posen-US -en-US session new legend drug en-US without prescription, driving en-US with licensed canceled, susen-US -en-US pended/revoked, possession en-US of Alprazolam and Oxycoen-US -en-US done, giving false name upon en-US being arrested/detained and en-US possession of heroin. Bail was en-US set at $6,500. en-US Tyler James McGee, 21, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 5 and charged with en-US aggravated assault with a en-US deadly weapon and improper en-US exhibition of a dangerous en-US weapon. Bail was set at en-US $1,000.en-US Edward J. Strickland, 30, en-US of Ormond Beach, was arresten-US-en-US ed Oct. 6 and charged with en-US battery on person 65 years of en-US age or older. Bail was not set. en-US Roy D. Helton, 64, of Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach, was arrested Oct. en-US 8 and charged with aggravaten-US-en-US ed assault with a deadly en-US weapon. Bail was not set. en-US Geoffrey T. Grochowski, en-US 27, of Ormond Beach, was en-US arrested Oct. 9 and charged en-US with possession of methamen-US -en-US phetamine, child abuse, manen-US-en-US ufacture of hashish, and posen-US-en-US session of cannabis and en-US paraphernalia. Bail was set at en-US $50,000.en-US Kellielynn Herman, 34, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 9 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of cannabis, manufacen-US -en-US ture of hashish, child abuse, en-US possession of paraphernalia en-US and methamphetamine. Bail en-US was set at $50,000. en-US Aaryn L. Shanaway, 21, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 9 and charged with dealen-US-en-US ing in stolen property, false en-US owner information on en-US pawned items and burglary of en-US an unoccupied dwelling. Bail en-US was set at $90,000.en-US Deandre Jerome Sanders, en-US 28, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested Oct. 10 and charged en-US with domestic battery by en-US strangulation. Bail was not en-US set. en-US Robert Allen Cronk, 62, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 10 and charged with buren-US -en-US glary of an unoccupied strucen-US -en-US ture. Bail was not set. en-US Walter E. Guertler, 30, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 10 and charged with en-US possession of cannabis, en-US attempted burglary of an en-US occupied dwelling, possesen-US -en-US sion of a Schedule IV suben-US -en-US stance and paraphernalia, en-US and trespass in an occupied en-US structure. Bail was not set.en-US Quintonio Javon White, en-US 28, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested Oct. 10 and charged en-US with burglary of an unoccuen-US-en-US pied dwelling. Bail was set at en-US $5,000.en-US Ryan U. Kirk, 31, of Holly en-US Hill, was arrested Oct. 11 and en-US charged with use two-way en-US communication device to en-US commit felony, travel to meet en-US after use computer-lure child, en-US lewd/lascivious battery-sex en-US act victim 12 years of age or en-US less than 15 years of age and en-US using computer to seduce/en-US solicit/lure child. Bail was set en-US at $80,000.en-US Mark J. Regester, 44, of en-US Holly Hill, was arrested Oct. en-US 11 and charged with possesen-US en-USsion of paraphernalia and en-US trafficking methampheten-US-en-US amine. Bail was set at $51,000.en-US Treyvon Lenard Harvey, en-US 22, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested Oct. 11 and charged en-US with leaving scene of crash en-US involving damage, driving en-US without a drivers license, en-US resisting an officer without en-US violence and fleeing or en-US attempt elude high speed and en-US reckless. Bail was st at $6,000.en-US Christina L. Alexa, 34, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 11 and charged with en-US possession controlled suben-US -en-US stance without prescription, en-US retail theft and possession of en-US cocaine. Bail was not set.en-US Theresa Leanne Reuter, en-US 49, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested Oct. 11 and charged en-US with possession of heroin and en-US amphetamine. Bail was not en-US set.en-US Mark A. Frederick, 28, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 11 and charged with en-US grand theft. Bail was not set. en-USVolusia County Beach en-US Patrolen-USRexford Perry Stanford, en-US 51, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested Oct. 6 and charged en-US with possession of methamen-US -en-US phetamine. Bail was not set.en-USVolusia County en-US Department of en-US Correctionsen-USAnthony A. Lee, 26, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 8 and charged with en-US domestic battery by stranguen-US -en-US lation and felony battery. Bail en-US was not set. en-USPoliceen-USFrom page A5


Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill A-7 RAFFLES GAMES FOURSOME CASH PRIZESREGISTER AND PRINT SPONSORSHIP FORMS WWW.SEABREEZEFOOTBALLBOOSTERS.COMSeabreeze Football Booster Golf TournamentFundraiser to benet Seabreeze FootballOctober 20th ~ 8:30am Start River Bend Golf Club ~ Ormond BeachFoursome $350/$100pp Includes golf, cart, food, goodie bag Hole Sponsors $125 CUSTOM PRODUCTS AT RETAIL PRICESFree in home estimates and years of experience to help you nd the perfect window treatments TEXTILE VALUESDraperies & Blinds386.274.3269 | 1649 Mason Avenue | Daytona Beach | Mon~Fri 10am-5pm MAY Business News en-USIEEE meets Oct. 25en-USThe Daytona Section of the en-US Institute of Electrical and Elecen-US -en-US tronic Engineers will have a en-US dinner meeting Thursday, Oct. en-US 25, at the Halifax River Yacht en-US Club, 331 S. Beach St., Daytoen-US -en-US na Beach.en-US Social hour will start at 5:30 en-US p.m. Dinner will be served at 6 en-US p.m. Program will be at 7 p.m. en-US The speakers will be Justin en-US Yapp and Josh Gordon from en-US the White Hat Eagles Cyberseen-US -en-US curity Club at Embry-Riddle en-US Aeronautical University. en-US For more information or en-US menu choice, contact Allen en-US Jusko, secretary/editor, at en-US (386) 671-3706 or en-USa.jusko@en-US ieee.orgen-US.en-USChamber fetes animaen-US -en-US tion art gallery openingen-USThe Daytona Regional en-US Chamber of Commerce will en-US host a ribbon-cutting ceremoen-US -en-US ny for Barker Animation Art en-US Gallery at 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. en-US 26, in Suite 240 at 1100 Coren-US -en-US nerstone Blvd., Daytona en-US Beach.en-US For more information, call en-US Membership Director Jami en-US Gallegos at (386) 523-3680.en-USAuto dealer donates en-US Jeep to cancer en-US foundationen-USRandy Dye, owner of Dayen-US-en-US tona Dodge Chrysler Jeep en-US Ram & FIAT donated a 2018 en-US Jeep Cherokee to the Childen-US-en-US hood Cancer Foundation, en-US replacing one that needed en-US extreme repairs.en-US The foundation provides gas en-US cards, meals and counseling en-US for families who have a child en-US with cancer.en-US Mr. Dye announced the gift en-US at the foundations annual gale en-US Sept. 15. It was delivered withen-US -en-US in the week.en-USSign up for Kingen-US of the Grillen-USThe Ormond Beach Chamen-US -en-US ber of Commerce is looking en-US for vendors for its King of the en-US Grill competition from noon en-US to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, in en-USTen-USourism was booming en-US over the summer as bed en-US tax collections countyen-US -en-US wide were up 20 percent in en-US August from August a year ago.en-USBut the reason for some of en-US the increase is just better en-US hotels that can charge higher en-US rates, said Bob Davis, presien-US -en-US dent of the Volusia Lodging en-US Association. Youve got all en-US these new products that giving en-US people a new feel for Daytona en-US Beach.en-US The Hard Rock Hotel has en-US joined the Hilton Daytona en-US Beach Oceanfront Resort and en-US the Shores Resort & Spa to en-US give tourists and conventionen-US -en-US eers better choices.en-US The area also has gotten en-US several mid-range hotels of en-US better quality along the beach, en-US such as the Hyatt Place in en-US Daytona Beach Shores, the en-US Hilton Garden Inn in Daytona en-US Beach and the Springhill en-US Suites in New Smyrna Beach.en-US The rates go up and the en-US clientele goes up because weve en-US got a better brand of hotel, en-US Mr. Davis said.en-US Some of the sharp increase en-US in August was because of late en-US payments from July, according en-US to the county tax office. But en-US August would have been up en-US regardless.en-US The whole year has been en-US great, Mr. Davis said.en-US As even more top of the line en-US hotels come on line, including en-US The Daytona, the Marriott en-US Signature hotel at OneDaytoen-US -en-US na, more people will be en-US attracted to the area. en-US There was one hiccup for en-US the outlook, though, the en-US Protogroups massive resort en-US project had to change contracen-US -en-US tors.en-US But its not just the Daytona en-US area that was up a lot in en-US August and will be helped by en-US more hotels. The Courtyard en-US by Marriott was scheduled to en-US open this week in DeLand and en-US a Hyatt Place is still on track en-US to get developed in New en-US Smyrna Beach.en-US ***en-US Its not official as far as any en-US public documents getting en-US filed, but the Port Orange City en-US Managers weekly report en-US stated, The owner of Perrines en-US Produce anticipates submiten-US -en-US ting building permits to en-US modify the interior of the en-US tenant space (of old Food en-US Lion) and add signage to the en-US building and shopping center en-US by the end of the year. en-US Hopefully that will get rid of en-US Port Oranges only white en-US elephant (a big building or en-US space that has sat empty for en-US awhile).en-US ***en-US The only commercial real en-US estate deal in Volusia County en-US to note was Waffle House en-US buying the property it uses at en-US 414 Deltona Blvd. in Deltona en-US for $750,000. en-US ***en-US ICI Homes has submitted en-US plans to the St. Johns River en-US Management District for its en-US 1,000-acre development on en-US the south side of State Road 40 en-US in Daytona Beach. It includes en-US a 12-building shopping center en-US and about 2,500 houses. Plans en-US also were submitted to the en-US district for the 114-room en-US Hyatt Place in New Smyrna en-US Beach, which has two restauen-US -en-US rant outparcels.en-US ***en-US Consolidated-Tomoka Land en-US Co. continues snapping up en-US properties. It acquired eight en-US ground leases next to the St. en-US Johns Town Center in en-US Jacksonville for about $32.3 en-US million. The 10.45 acre site en-US has two strip centers with a en-US Chase Bank, WaWa, 5 national en-US restaurant brands, including en-US Cheddars and Chuys, and a en-US car wash. The company also en-US acquired a 210,000-square-en-US foot office property in en-US Albuquerque, N.M., for $44 en-US million. en-US ***en-US On a final note, the buildout en-US has begun on the Bonefish en-US Grill in front of Volusia Mall. en-US Im not sure if the new strip en-US center in front of the east end en-US of the mall has a name, but it en-US looks like its going to be as en-US attractive as all the restaurants en-US that are now on the west end en-USof the mall.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 comen-US en-US (no hyphens) or follow en-US him on Twitter en-US@cecilbrumley.en-USHigher quality inns driving tourism growth VOLUSIA en-USBUSINESSen-USCECIL G. en-US BRUMLEY en-USSeeen-US en-US BUSINESS,en-US page A8 en-UStary Officers of America will en-US host an outing at the Museen-US -en-US um of Arts and Sciences en-US Thursday, Oct. 25 at 352 S. en-US Nova Road, Daytona Beach. en-US Box lunches will be availen-US -en-US able to MOAA members en-US attending the outing. The en-US museum is featuring the en-US Faces of War exhibit in the en-US Edward E. and Jane B Ford en-US Gallery. After lunch memen-US -en-US bers will also attend the Planen-US -en-US etarium show.en-US The luncheon begins at en-USNotesen-USFrom page A6en-US Seeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A8


A-8 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-US11:30 a.m. The cost of the en-US lunch is $10. en-USFor more inforen-US -en-US mation, call Kelsey Hansen at en-US (386) 275-1715.en-USHalloween partyen-USThe Special Populations en-US Activity & Recreation Counen-US -en-US cil will host a Halloween en-US Party from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, en-US Oct. 26, at Nova Community en-US Center & Park, 440 N. Nova en-US Road, Ormond Beach.en-US A spooky night for people en-US with special needs. Particien-US -en-US pants should bring a dessert en-US to share. The cost is $3. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 676-3252.en-US en-USPark service seeks en-US input on species en-US protectionen-USThe National Park Service en-US is seeking public comments en-US on a regional environmental en-US assessment that examines en-US options for protecting shoreen-US -en-US birds, sea turtles and beach en-US mice. en-US The public is invited to en-US submit comments on the en-US environmental assessment en-US through Oct. 26 at National en-US Park Service, Attenion: SERO en-US PEA, 100 Alabama St. SW, en-US 1924 Building Atlanta, Ga. en-US 30303 or visit parkplanning.en-US Strides of en-US Volusia-Flagleren-USMaking Strides of Voluen-US -en-US sia-Flagler, presented by Polien-US-en-US tis & Matovina, will be at 9 en-US a.m. Saturday, Oct. 27 at Riven-US-en-US erfront Park, 290 N. Beach en-US St., Daytona Beach.en-US The walks unite communien-US -en-US ties with the American Canen-US-en-US cer Societys efforts to save en-US lives from breast cancer. en-US Registration will begin at 7 en-US a.m. en-US For more information, en-US call (800) 227-2345, (386) en-US 267-8903 or email en-US voluen-US -en-US siaflaglerflstrides@cancer.en-US org.en-US en-USBCU-Stetson Coasten-US -en-US al Science Research en-US Workshopen-USThe City of Ormond en-US Beach, Bethune-Cookman en-US and Stetson universities will en-US present the Coastal Science en-US Research Workshop at the en-US Environmental Discovery en-US Center from 11 a.m. to 2 en-US p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, at en-US 601 Division Ave., Ormond en-US Beach. en-US The free community event en-US in all counties; removes counen-US-en-US ty charters ability to abolish, en-US change term, transfer duties or en-US eliminate election of these en-US offices. Changes annual legisen-US -en-US lative session commencement en-US date in even-numbered years en-US from March to January; en-US removes legislatures authorien-US -en-US zation to fix another date. Creen-US -en-US ates office of domestic security en-US and counterterrorism within en-US department of law enforceen-US-en-US ment.en-US 11. Property Rights; Removen-US -en-US al of Obsolete Provision; en-US Criminal Statutes. Removes en-US discriminatory language relaten-US-en-US ed to real property rights. en-US Removes obsolete language en-US repealed by voters. Deletes en-US provision that amendment of a en-US criminal statute will not affect en-US prosecution or penalties for a en-US crime committed before the en-US amendment; retains current en-US provision allowing prosecuen-US -en-US tion of a crime committed en-US before the repeal of a criminal en-US statute.en-US 12. Lobbying and Abuse of en-US Office by Public Officers. en-US Expands current restrictions en-US on lobbying for compensation en-US by formeren-US public officers; creen-US -en-US ates restrictions on lobbying en-US for compensation by serving en-US public officers; provides en-US exceptions; prohibits certain en-USabuses of public office for peren-US -en-US sonal benefit.en-US 13. Ends Dog Racing. Proen-US -en-US hibits gaming or pari-mutuel en-US entities from racing dogs in en-US connection with wagering; elien-US-en-US gibility of such entities to conen-US -en-US duct other authorized en-US pari-mutuel and gaming activen-US-en-US ities is not affected; prohibits en-US wagerinen-US g on outcome of en-US in-state live dog races.en-US For more information about en-US the CRC proposals or process, en-US visit en-USrecently received an email en-US from a reader regarding his en-US mortgage, and Id like to en-US share it with you. en-USPlease keep the letters and en-US emails coming, by the way! I en-US enjoy using your questions, en-US not only for this column, but en-US also for my PlanStrongerTV en-US show. Ill always modify the en-US submission slightly and en-US change the persons name to en-US protect his/her anonymity . en-US so here is Hanks question:en-US I am an avid reader and fan en-US of your column. Your advice is en-US always useful, easy to underen-US -en-US stand, and concise. Thank you en-US and keep up the good work!en-US I am a single man in my en-US mid-50s with a small business. en-US My income fluctuates from en-US year to year, and I am careful en-US about my spending so I can en-US afford to contribute as much en-US as possible to my IRA and also en-US keep an emergency cash fund.en-US My question is this: I am en-US 31/2 years into a home loan en-US with a 30-year fixed mortgage en-US at 3.75 percent. My mortgage en-US payments are affordable and I en-US always pay an additional 10-20 en-US percent a year toward the en-US principal, as my income en-US allows. en-US All of a sudden, however, it en-US seems I have been getting en-US heavily marketed to by en-US financial institutions (includen-US -en-US ing my mortgage holder) en-US wanting me to refinance my en-US home loan. Is there some en-US coincidence to this timing (ie: en-US after three years, are the banks en-US profits from my loan not en-US where theyd like them to be? en-US Perhaps they are not pleased en-US with my additional principal en-US payments?). I am also curious en-US if a refinance would be of any en-US benefit to me. I dont need en-US extra cash to finance anything, en-US and my priority is saving for en-US my retirement. I am not en-US inclined to extend the en-US duration of my home loan, en-US unless it is a good financial en-US move.en-US I would appreciate your en-US insight and expertise.en-US Thank you for your kind en-US words, Hank. Here are my en-US thoughts on your question:en-US 1. Theres no real correlation en-US between refinance solicitaen-US -en-US tions and the number of years en-US you have had your mortgage. en-US More likely, youve become a en-US marketing target because of en-US the equity you have built up in en-US your home by making extra en-US payments. en-US 2. Youve locked in a great, en-US long-term fixed rate. Good for en-US you! There is absolutely no en-US reason for you to refinance, en-US based on the information you en-US provided. Moreover, the rates en-US are at least 1 percent higher en-US today! Id simply ignore the en-US offers and relegate them to en-US your shred bin.en-US 3. If youd like to have some en-US flexibility and a back up en-US emergency source of funds, en-US you could consider a Home en-US Equity Line of Credit; these en-US are tied to the Prime Rate. en-US That being said, if you dont en-US think youll need the line of en-US credit, then dont bother.en-US 4. The extra payments en-US youre making on your en-US mortgage are great and will en-US significantly accelerate your en-US pay-off date! You are on the en-US right track! Just make sure you en-US continue to contribute to your en-US emergency fund for unexpecten-US -en-US ed home repairs or if theres a en-US lull in your business.en-US Thanks for writing!en-US David D. Holland, a en-US Certified Financial Planner en-US practitioner, hosts a TV show en-US Fridays-Sundays on WDSC en-US Channel 15 at 7 p.m. He has en-USalso 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 MAY Refinance overload? PLAN en-USSTRONGERen-USDAVID D. en-US HOLLAND en-USRockefeller Gardens, 25 Riveren-US -en-US side Drive.en-US The funds raised from this en-US event will maintain the en-US Ormond Beach Chamber of en-US Commerce and its mission of en-US supporting local businesses.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 677-3454 or visit en-US negotiates sale of en-US site for Subaru of en-US Daytonaen-USSVN Alliance recently negoen-US-en-US tiated the sale of a 12.7acre en-US development site for Subaru of en-US Daytona for $2.1 million. en-US The site on Tomoka Farms en-US Road is just south of the new en-US Yeomans Honda CarMax.en-US The buyer was GT Daytona, en-US an entity controlled by Glenn en-US Ritchey Sr. and Ted Serbousek, en-US Subaru owners. They will en-US begin construction of the new en-US dealership immediately with en-US completion expected in mid-en-US 2019. en-US Chris Butera, principal, and en-US Carl Lentz, managing direcen-US -en-US tor/principal of SVN Alliance, en-US negotiated the transaction repen-US -en-US resenting both the seller, Conen-US-en-US solidated Tomoka Land Co. en-US and the buyer.en-USBank adds to board en-US of directorsen-USAnand Jobalia has been en-US named to Intracoastal Bank en-US Board of en-US Diren-US ectors. en-US Mr. en-US Jobalia, a en-US hotelier, has en-US more than en-US 18 years of en-US business and en-US community en-US experience en-US in Volusia en-US County.en-US He redevelen-US-en-US oped the en-US Lotus Inn and Suites and en-US refurbished the Mainsail en-US Hotel. Also, Mr. Jobalia has en-US developed single-family resien-US-en-US dential communities in Voluen-US -en-US sia. en-US He is affiliated with the en-US Margaren-US ita Society and the en-US Hindu Society of Daytona en-US Beach. en-USFlorida Hospital will be en-US official sponsor en-US Speed Weeks en-USDaytona International en-US Speedway and Florida Hospien-US-en-US tal, which will soon be en-US renamed AdventHealth, en-US announced the health system en-US is the official presenting sponen-US -en-US sor of Daytona Speed Weeks at en-US the World Center of Racing. en-USMr. Jobaliaen-USBusinessen-USFrom page A7en-USElectionen-USFrom page A4 en-USNotesen-USFrom page A7 en-USSeeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A12


Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill A-9en-USSchool Newsen-USMainland High School en-US Class of reunionen-USTen-UShe 60th reunion for the en-US Mainland High School Class en-US of will be at 4 p.m. Saturen-US -en-US day, Nov. 3, at The Trails Cluben-US-en-US house, 201 Main Trail, en-US Ormond Beach.en-US Dinner will be served at 5 en-US p.m. The dinner is $40 per en-US person. en-US There will be a Meet and en-US Greet from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, en-US Nov. 2, at the airport Hilton en-US Garden Inn, 189 Midway Ave., en-US Daytona Beach.en-US To register, contact Joyce en-US Bornmann at (321) 724-1794.en-USFPL gives foundation en-US STEM granten-USThe Consortium of Florida en-US Educationen-US Foundations en-US recently awarded the en-US FUTURES Foundation for en-US Volusia County Schools en-US $15,000 for a Florida Power & en-US Light Co. EmPOWERing en-US STEM Educators grant. en-US Two teacher leaders and five en-US team teachers from the Acadeen-US-en-US my of Information Technology en-US and Robotics at Spruce Creek en-US High School were selected by en-US school district STEM Coordien-US-en-US nator Amy Monahan to lead en-US the peer-to-peer learning en-US experience for 14 middle and en-US high school teachers. en-US The program will impact en-US teachers from seven high and en-US middle schools, with more en-US than 2,100 students, within en-US FPLs service area. en-USERAU presents rock en-US operaen-USEmen-US bry-Riddle Aeronautical en-US University Arts & Letters presen-US -en-US ents Surfscapes CinderRocken-US -en-US ingRella Rock Opera at 7 p.m.en-US Saturday, Oct 20, at Willie en-US Miller Instructional Center, en-US Lemerand Auditorium, 600 S. en-US Clyde Morris Blvd., Daytona en-US Beach.en-US The opening number of en-US CinderRockingRella is an en-US explosive ensemble number en-US and the show is a whimsical, en-US original rock opera and engagen-US -en-US ing dance interpretation of the en-US classic tale set to dynamic en-US rock, pop and funk music. en-US ERAU students/staff/faculty en-US are free; others $5.en-US There is free parking adjaen-US-en-US cent to the ben-US uilding.en-USPrince en-US Entrepreneurship en-US Seminar Series en-USStetson en-US University School of en-US Business Administration will en-US present Entrepreneurship en-US Thursdays. en-US All events are free and open en-US to the public, however, seating en-US is limited.en-US Richard Licursi, president en-US and CEO of VenVelo, an earen-US -en-US ly-stage venture fund, will en-US speak Oct. 18. Oct. 25 will en-US bring Bill Booth, president of en-US United Parachute Technoloen-US-en-US gies, and on Nov. 8 Joseph en-US Cofer, who sten-US arted Scmancy en-US Pops at the age of 11, will share en-US his story. en-US For more informaen-US -en-US tion, visit en-US MAY 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S R E A D E R S C H O I C E 2012 2017 2012 2017 HURRICANE PROTECTION Weather Guard has been in business for over 36 years with more than 10,000 satised customers. We welcome you to ask them about our service. Tonneau Bed Covers Step Bars Floor Mats Bull Bars Grilles TRUCK STUFF DIRECT 2800 S. Nova Rd. S. Daytona Beach Weather TechTMFloor Mats 386-760-8899 TRUXPORT BED COVERFREE INSTALLATIONANY TONNEAU COVER PURCHASE$29995Must present coupon. Not valid with other offers. Expires 10/26/18 HTNMust present coupon. Not valid with other offers. Expires 10/26/18 HTN en-USNegotiating teams for the en-US Volusiaen-US County School Board en-US and the American Federation en-US of State, County and Municien-US-en-US pal Employees Oct. 11 reached en-US a settlement for the school en-US year. en-US AFSCME represents en-US employees providing support en-US services, such as student transen-US -en-US portation, maintenance, en-US school fooden-US services and camen-US -en-US pus advisers.en-US The settlement provides an en-US average raise of 3 percent for en-US the school year along with a en-US $350 bonus. The negotiating en-US teams also reached agreement en-US on all other parts of the conen-US -en-US tract.en-US Everything went well, said en-US AFSCME President Rita Ware en-US in a new release. We are all en-US happy.en-US This is a solid raise for this en-US group of hardworking, hourly en-US employees, said Student en-US Transportation Services en-US Director Mitch Moyer in the en-US release. A higher percentage en-US raise also was negotiated in the en-US last cycle for trades staff than en-US other employees because of en-US their lower pay. en-US I am so grateful to the en-US members of both bargaining en-US teams for getting a deal done en-US for our employees, Superinen-US -en-US tendent Tom Russell said. en-US The union showed true leaden-US -en-US ership today. Everyone wins en-US when we solve problems en-US together in a reasonable way.en-US The settlement will be preen-US-en-US sented to employees and the en-US school board for approval.en-USSchool district and trades en-US union reach agreementen-USFor Hometown en-USSeeen-US en-US SCHOOL,en-US page A11


A-10 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USNicotine Anonymous en-USNicotine Anonymous meets en-US from 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays at en-US St. James Episcopal Church, 38 en-US S. Halifax Drive, Ormond en-US Beachen-US For more information visit en-US supporten-USKindred Hospice offers en-US bereavement support groups en-US to help people who have expeen-US -en-US rienced a loss.en-US There are several groups in en-US Daytona Beach and West en-US Volusia County to attend.en-US For information, call Kathy en-US Seibert, Bereavement Coordien-US-en-US nator, at (386) 274-1004 or en-US email en-US Kathleen.Seibert@gentien-US-en-US en-USParkinson group meetsen-USThe Parkinson Association en-US of Greater Daytona Beach will en-US meet from 2 to 3:30 p.m. en-US Wednesday, Oct. 24, at the en-US Department of Health Conferen-US -en-US ence Center, 1845 Holsonback en-US Drive Daytona Beach. en-US Dr. Ramon Rodriguez Cruz, en-US a neurologist and movement en-US disorder specialist will be the en-US speaker.en-US Seating is limited; reservaen-US-en-US tions are required by calling en-US Affordable HomeCare at (386) en-US 676-6375. en-US For more information, call en-US Vince Kinsler at (386) 676-en-US 6375.en-USHealth summit Oct. 26en-US en-USOne Voice for Volusia will en-US host the Health and Human en-US Services Summit at the Ocean en-US Center Friday, Oct. 26, at 101 en-US N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona en-US Beach. en-US Offerings include flu shots, en-US health screenings and more en-US than 15 courses with Continuen-US-en-US ing Education Units. en-US There will be more than 70 en-US vendors. Workshops begin at en-US 8:30 a.m. and run until 5 p.m., en-US and the exhibition hall will be en-US open from 10:45 a.m. to 2:45 en-US p.m. Admission is free.en-US For more information, visit en-US celebrationen-USHalifax Health Medical en-US Center will host a sibling celeen-US -en-US bration from 5-6 p.m. Sunday, en-US Oct. 28, at France Tower Meeten-US -en-US ing Room F, 303 N. Clyde en-US Morris Blvd., Daytona Beach. en-US For a reservation, call (386) en-US 425-5108 or visiten-US halifaxhealth.en-US org/ob.en-USFree exercise programen-US en-USThe Arthritis Foundation en-US Exercise Program will meet en-US from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Monen-US-en-US days and Fridays in October en-US and November at Derbyshire en-US Christian Community Center, en-US 962 Derbyshire Road, Daytona en-US Beach.en-US Participants must be 60 and en-US older. Funded by ElderSource.en-US For more information or to en-US register, call Northeast Florida en-US AHEC (877) 7848486.en-USLibraries schedule en-US healthy living programs en-USPick up some health tips en-US and get moving at your local en-US library in October, Health en-US Happens in Libraries Month.en-US The Volusia County Public en-US Library system has planned en-US nearly 100 programs to help en-US adults and children improve en-US their health. The events en-US include exercise and nutrition en-US programs, tai chi and yoga en-US classes, informational worken-US-en-US shops, crafts and health-en-US themed storytimes.en-US For a complete list of proen-US -en-US grams, visiten-US health-happens. en-USOrmond Beach Health en-US Living Centeren-USOrmond Beach Family en-US YMCA Healthy Living Center en-US will host activities at 500 Steren-US -en-US thaus Drive, Ormond Beach.en-US Breastfeeding support group en-US will meet from 10 a.m. to en-US noon, each Wednesday in en-US October. en-US Overeaters Anonymous will en-US meet at 10 a.m. each Friday. en-US For information: (386) 441en-US 2968 or For more information, call en-US(386) 425-5210 or visiten-US vfymen-US -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. Wednesdays and en-US Thursdays at Halifax Health en-US Medical Center Fountain en-US Building, East Entrance, 303 en-US N. Clyde Morris Blvd., Daytoen-US -en-US na Beach. en-US For more informaen-US -en-US tion, call (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 visiten-US en-USor call the en-US hotline at (386) 756-2930. MAY Health News en-USSeeen-US en-US HEALTH,en-US page A13


Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill A-11en-USIntegrating spaceflights into en-US the national airspaceen-USFor the first time, a team of en-US Embry-Riddlen-USe Aeronautical en-US University students has conen-US -en-US firmed the accuracy of a comen-US-en-US ponent of the Next Generation en-US Air Traffic Cen-US ontrol System at en-US high altitudes, using a NASA en-US research aircraft.en-US The results of their research, en-US using automatic dependent en-US surveillance-broadcast techen-US-en-US nology, which shifts air traffic en-US control from ground-based en-US radar to more precise satelen-US -en-US lite-derived positions, could en-US help determine how rocket en-US launches and sub-orbital space en-US flights best integrate into the en-US national airspace.en-US Nicole Scott, a retired astroen-US-en-US naut, ERAU alumna and en-US Board of Trustees member, en-US alerted professors Sathya Ganen-US -en-US gadharan and Pedro Llanos en-US about a new NASA-sponsored en-US science, technology, engineeren-US -en-US ing and mathematics program en-US to place undergraduate stuen-US-en-US dent-designed and built experen-US -en-US iments aboard a WB-57 en-US high-altitude scientific en-US research aircraft. Seven en-US schools were selected to paren-US -en-US ticipate in the program, orgaen-US-en-US nized by Johnson Space Cenen-US-en-US ter. en-US Twenty-one students from en-US ERAUs Daytona Beach camen-US-en-US pus worked on the payloads of en-US two high-altitude experiments en-US for months prior to the flights en-US on November 2017 at Ellingen-US-en-US ton Airport in Houston.en-US Aerospace engineering stuen-US -en-US dent Ankit Rukhaiyar led the en-US research team as they conen-US -en-US structed a test bed for their en-US experiments that could withen-US -en-US stand the 60-degrees-been-US-en-US low-zero temperatures in an en-US unpressurized cargo area en-US when the WB-57 was flying en-US above 60,000 feet on the four-en-US hour flights. They were supen-US -en-US ported by Dr. Llanos, a spaceen-US-en-US flight operations professor, en-US and NASA mentors in Housen-US-en-US ton Kerry Lee and Jacob en-US French.en-US Flight data were collected up en-US to 50,000 feet. The informaen-US-en-US tion was shared with en-USand conen-US-en-US firmed by NASAs Aircraft en-US Operations group the misen-US -en-US sion pilot, Tom Parent, is an en-US ERAU alumnus and has en-US been integrated into the unien-US -en-US versitys Suborbital Space en-US Flight Simulator program. MAY River Bend Golf Club 730 Airport Road Ormond Beach, Florida 32174 Call Ormond Beach PAL at 386-676-3505November 3, 2018 8:30 AM-2:30 PM 21st Annual 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 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S For Hometown News en-USnewsdy@hometownnewsol.comen-USStudent of the month en-USPhoto courtesy of the Ormond Beach Lions Cluben-USThe Ormond Beach Lions Club named Shane Brownrigg as Septembers, en-US Student-Athlete of the Month. Shane is student government president at en-US Seabreeze High School, captain of the cross country team, and MVP of the en-US track team. Shane has a 3.8 GPA and is a member of the National Honor en-US Society. From left are Coach Don Staller, Club President Al Legg and Shane.en-USFACT fair at DeLanden-USVolusia County Schools en-US will host a Families And en-US Communien-US ty Together Fair en-US from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday, en-US Oct. 25, at DeLand High en-US School, 800 N. Hill Ave.en-US The theme is storybook en-US characters. en-US There will be stuen-US-en-US dent entertainment, free en-US pizza and giveaways. en-USFor more en-US information, call (386) 255-en-US 6475, ext 33229.en-USDSC hosts book cluben-USDaytona State College will en-US host a book club, presented en-US by the DSC Library and en-US Alumni Association at 4 p.m. en-US Thursday, Oct. 25, in the Karl en-US Learning Resource Center at en-US 1200 W. International Speeden-US -en-US way Blvd., Daytona Beach.en-US The book selection is The en-US Immortalen-US Life of Henrietta en-US Lacks by Rebecca Skloot. en-US Open to DSC Alumni as well en-US as students, faculty and staff. en-US Books are available to buy en-US at DSC Book Store, 20 peren-US -en-US cent discount. en-USFor more inforen-US -en-US mation, contact Suzette Camen-US -en-US eron at (38en-US6) 506-4506 or en-US sen-US uzette.cameron@daytonasen-US-en-US en-USGet a fresh starten-USDaytona State College will en-US host a co-ed Fresh Start Class en-US from 9 a.m. to noon, Monday en-US to Friday, Oct. 22 to Nov. 15, en-US in Room 227F of Building en-US 300 at 1200 W. International en-US Speedway Blvd., Daytona en-US Beach. en-US Sponsored by DSCs Center en-US for Women and Men, the en-US free, four-week program is en-US designed to help with the en-US transition to college.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 506-3068.en-USFlight school and en-US DSC offer degree en-US opportunityen-USEpic Flight Academy and en-US Daytonaen-US State Cen-US ollege have a en-US new collaboration that allows en-US Epic students to transfer their en-US flight training credits to DSC en-US for college credits to apply to en-US an associate degree in indusen-US-en-US trial management.en-US The collaboration is trying en-US to address a growing pilot en-US shortage.en-US Epics student pilots will en-US complete 700 hours of private en-US pilot, instrument rating, comen-US -en-US mercial pilot, multi-engine, en-US flight instructor and flight en-US instructor instrument trainen-US-en-US ing, and they get 24 credit en-US hours. DSC awards them 23 en-US additional college credit en-US hoursen-US toward the degree, en-US which requires 60 hours to en-US complete.en-USSchoolen-USFrom page A9


A-12 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USfeatures hands-on labs and staen-US -en-US tions with local scientists and en-US specialists. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 615-7081. en-USFlorida Humanitiesen-US Speaker Seriesen-USThe Ormond Beach Historien-US -en-US cal Society Florida Humanities en-US Speakers Series will feature en-US the Swamp Doctor at 9:30 en-US a.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, at the en-US Anderson Price Memorial en-US Building at 42 N. Beach St.en-US The topic will be Doc Anna: en-US Swamp Doctor of Florida. en-US Carrie Sue Ayvar portrays Dr. en-US Anna Darow (1876-1959), en-US who, in 1909, became only the en-US second woman doctor licensed en-US in Florida. en-US The talk is free with coffee en-US and cookies served at 9:30 a.m.en-US en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 677-7005.en-USUrban Surf 4 Kidsen-USSurf and Turf with a Cop, en-US benefiting Urban Surf 4 Kids, en-US will host two events.en-US A law enforcement apprecien-US -en-US ation dinner will be from 6 to en-US 9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2, at Marien-US -en-US na Grande in Holly Hill. A en-US VIP reception will start at 5 en-US p.m. Tickets are $75.en-US Surf with a Cop will be from en-US 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. en-US 3 at the Hard Rock Hotel. en-US Tickets must be purchased in en-US advance. Online registration en-US and payment is available at en-US UrbanSurf4Kids. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 383-1771. CUSTOM MADE SOLAR SHADES1000 N. Nova Rd. Daytona, Florida (386) 248-1631 Light Filtering & Blackout Fabrics Custom made up to 20 wide Block the sun, not the view Reduce Heat & Glare Gain Privacy Fully Automated or Manual Interior/Exterior Mention this ad for $50 OFF! 2015 2015 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2016 2016 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S U.S. Marine Corps Harrier AV-8B F4U-4 Corsair U.S. Air Force F-16 MAY CAC035516. Offer expires 11/23/18. *Rebate requires purchase of qualifying items by 11/23/18 and submission of a completed rebate form (with proof of purchase) to no later than 12/14/18. Rebate is paid in the form of a Lennox Visa prepaid debit card. Card is subject to terms and conditions found or referened on card and expires 12 months after issuance. Conditions apply. See for complete rebate terms and conditions. With approved credit. Call for details. ** Not good with any other offer. 2018 Lennox Industries Inc. Lennox Dealers are independently owned and operated businesses. B11915-62377-185059 386-672-1950 East Volusia 386-775-2551 West Volusia 386-439-4422 FlaglerService, Quality, Value... Since 1968 Vonaireinc.comState Certied CAC 035516 GET UP TO $1,600 IN REBATES*With purchase of a Lennox home comfort system.READY FOR AN UPGRADE?Buy now, pay over time. Special nancing available.**SAVE $20on a system Tuneup or Service Call.*** en-USNotesen-USFrom page A8en-US Seeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A13


Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill A-13en-US Deaths caused by breast en-US cancer among Volusia County en-US women decreased 10 percent en-US from 2013-2017. en-US Thats some of the good en-US news in a statistical report en-US recently released by the Florien-US -en-US da Department of Health in en-US Volusia County. However, en-US death rates from the disease en-US are not equal among races. For en-US example, white women had en-US higher death rates than black en-US and Hispanic women.en-US The data brief is online at en-US In recognition of Breast en-US Cancer Awareness Month in en-US October, the health departen-US-en-US ment encourages all women to en-US receive regular screenings to en-US promote early detection and en-US treatment of breast cancer. en-US Mammograms are the best en-US way to find breast cancer early, en-US when treatment is more effecen-US-en-US tive. Women should talk with en-US their health care provider en-US about individual risk factors en-US and the frequency of receiving en-US mammograms.en-US Additional findings in the en-US report include:en-US Death rates among Hispanen-US-en-US ic females decreased the most en-US from 2013-17, more than 46 en-US percent.en-US The death rate among en-US black women increased 3 peren-US -en-US cent.en-US The death rate among en-US white women decreased 4 peren-US -en-US cent.en-US The occurrence of new en-US breast cancer diagnoses en-US among Volusia County en-US women increased 4 percent en-US from 2011 to 2015.en-US Aside from non-melanoma en-US skin cancers, breast cancer is en-US the most common cancer in en-US women, according to the Cenen-US -en-US ters for Disease Control and en-US Prevention. Since 2010, the en-US death rate from breast cancer en-US in Volusia County has ranged en-US from 19 to 23 deaths per en-US 100,000 people.en-US The risk of breast cancer en-US increases with age. The CDC en-US recommends regular mammoen-US-en-US grams and paying attention to en-US the following changes in the en-US look and feel of the breast, en-US including:en-US A new lump in the breasten-US A lump that has changed in en-US sizeen-US A change in the size and en-US shape of the breasten-US Pain in the breast or nipple en-US that does not go awayen-US Flaky, red or swollen skin en-US anywhere on the breasten-US A nipple that is tender or en-US that begins to turn inwarden-US Blood or any other type of en-US fluid coming from the nipple en-US that is not milk when nursing en-US a baby.en-US The Florida Breast and Ceren-US -en-US vical Cancer Early Detection en-US Program provides access to en-US cancer screenings doctors recen-US-en-US ommend. The screenings are en-US free or low cost for those who en-US meet eligibility requirements.en-US For more information, call en-US (800) 226-6110 or the Amerien-US-en-US can Cancer Society National en-US Hotline at (800) 227-2345. en-US Medicare insurance also proen-US-en-US vides mammograms to women en-US age 65 and older without a en-US copay. Call (800)633-4227 for en-US information on receiving mamen-US -en-US mograms through Medicare. MAY In-House Denture Lab Same Day Denture Repairs and Relines FREE Consultations & 2nd Opinions CALL FOR APPT AND MORE DETAILS. YOUR INSURANCE MAY COVER AT USUAL & CUSTOMARY FEES. OFFER GOOD FOR 60 DAYS FROM DATE OF RECEIPT. 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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 rfrfffntbnrr nbtnn nbntbnbnbbn nnnbtbn tbbnbnn bn ntbnn nnt rnn nntn ntt Mr. Betlach knows the Ross en-US-en-US meyer family from working en-US with Bruce Rossmeyer for en-US many years with Drag Specialen-US-en-US ties and then Easy Rider Magen-US -en-US azine. He is semi-retired now en-US and helps with some events. en-US His background includes puten-US-en-US ting on trade shows and dealer en-US networking.en-US I thoroughly enjoy (Biketoen-US-en-US berfest), he said.en-US He is in a motorcycle club en-US called The Hamsters, which en-US began in Daytona Beach and en-US just celebrated 40 years. There en-US are more than 300 members. en-US A Harley rider, his current en-US bike is a 2010 Harley Road en-US Glide. He has been riding en-US since age 7. The Betlaches have en-US four daughters, eight granden-US -en-US children and four great granden-US-en-US children.en-US Carolyn Phillips of Port en-US Orange has also been coming en-US to Biketoberfest since its en-US inception. en-US I have always loved Biketoen-US-en-US berfest and Bike Week, Ms. en-US Phillips said. My husband en-US and I started out years ago en-US going out to the track for the en-US races in October. Thats how en-US we celebrated our anniversary en-US every year. Since then its en-US expanded to a whole weekend en-US event and it is just so much en-US fun. I love the people, the placen-US -en-US es, the motorcycles. Everyen-US -en-US body just having a good time. en-US Although William Bill en-US Phillips passed away five years en-US ago, Ms. Phillips, who had a en-US motorcycle when she met her en-US husband and still has a motoren-US -en-US cycle license, still enjoys the en-US annual event. en-US I like looking at all the en-US bikes, the events, it is just en-US exciting, she said. Its en-US changed a lot over the years en-US (expanded). It brings a lot of en-US money into the area. People en-US come down here to ride, to see en-US things and to spend time with en-US each other. Thats what makes en-US it so much fun. The people are en-US wonderful. en-US Ms. Phillips also has biked en-US to other events, such as Sturen-US -en-US gis. She has been riding since en-US 1976.en-US For more information on this en-US years Biketoberfest, visit en-USdaytoen-US -en-US page A1en-USOpiate problem en-US worseningen-USNarconon reminds families en-US the opiate pen-US roblem 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 foren-US free screenen-US -en-US ings or referrals.en-USAlzheimersen-US Association Caregiver en-US support groupen-USAlzheimers Association en-US Caregiver support 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, 800-272-3900 en-US or visit en-US cancer does not affect women equally in Volusiaen-USFor Hometown en-USHealthen-USFrom page A10 en-USGuided trail walken-USThe Ormond Scenic Loop en-US and Trail will host its Fall en-US Guided Trail Walk at 10 a.m. en-US Saturday, Nov. 3.en-US Meet at the pull-off at Gate en-US B12 on Walter Boardman Lane en-US just west of the bridge at Bulow en-US Creek. Additional parking at en-US the bridge. en-US Walk the trail for about two en-US hours, discussing the natural en-US history and plants of the area en-US with Dr Don Spence, biologist en-US and certified arborist.en-US Admission is free. Walk may en-US be over uneven or damp teren-US -en-US rain. Participants should bring en-USNotesen-USFrom page A12 en-USSeeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A14


A-14 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USBethune-Cookman Univeren-US -en-US sity will honor 13 Hall of Fame en-US inductees den-US uring festivities on en-US campus anen-US d in the community en-US on Hall of Fame Weekend Oct. en-US 19-20.en-US The Hall of Fame Induction en-US Celebration and Show will be en-US at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, in the en-US Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune en-US Performing Arts Center. The en-US Hall of Fame Football Game en-US between B-CU and North en-US Carolina A&T will be at 4 p.m. en-US Saturday, Oct. 20, at Daytona en-US Stadium.en-US We are honored to recogen-US-en-US nize 13 outstanding Wildcats en-US whose lives and accomplishen-US -en-US ments have made a tremenen-US -en-US dous impact on our university, en-US community and our conferen-US -en-US ence, said Dr. Hubert L. en-US Grimes, en-US B-CUen-US interim presien-US-en-US dent, in a news release. Their en-US accomplishments are forever en-US etched in the annals of this en-US historic university.en-US The inaugural Hall of Fame en-US class wasen-US inen-US ducted in 2000. en-US Since its establishment, it has en-US enshrined 61 people.en-US This years inductees are:en-US Maulty Moore, An en-US All-Southern Intercollegiate en-US Athletic Conference selection en-US in 1969 and 1970 and en-US All-American defensive tackle en-US for the Wildcaen-US ts football team.en-US Jonathanen-US Bostic, the 1984 en-US Mid-Eastern Athletic Conferen-US -en-US ence Defensive Player of the en-US Year, and was named all en-US MEAC in football in 1981, 83 en-US and 84.en-US John Osborne, an All-SIAC en-US perforen-US mer in 1973 and 1974 en-US and All-American in 1973 for en-US the Wildcats football team.en-US Jerome Red Hamler, en-US made two NCAA Division II en-US basketball appearances for the en-US Wildcats in the 60s.en-US Maulana Dotch, the 2002 en-US Womens Medalist at the en-US National en-US Minority Golf Chamen-US -en-US pionship.en-US Stan Jefferson, the first en-US modern Wildcat baseball playen-US -en-US er drafted, he was a 1st rounden-US -en-US er by the New York Mets.en-US Nicole Carty, a distance en-US runner, she en-USwas the 1998 en-US MEAC Outdoor Outstanding en-US Womens Performer. A multi-en-US year All-Conference performen-US -en-US er during her tenure, she also en-US competed in the IAAF World en-US Games.en-US Kamilah Johnson helped en-US the Wildcats to their first-ever en-US NCAA Regional softball en-US appearance in 2000 and hit the en-US programs first post-season en-US home run. She was an All-MEen-US -en-US AC performeren-US Inducted as coaches will be en-US en-US Dr. Gary Freeman, mens golf en-US (Posthumous), and Terry Wilen-US -en-US liams, football.en-US Inducted as spporters of en-US athletics will be Donovan en-US Wells, director of the B-CU en-US Marching Wildcats; Larry en-US Wesley, the voiceen-US as color comen-US -en-US mentator on the CatEye Neten-US -en-US work; and John Reeves, the en-US university photen-US ographer for 38 en-US years. 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Staff en-US from the countys Growth and en-USNotesen-USFrom page A13en-USResource Management en-US Department will provide a en-US brief history on impact fees, en-US present information from a en-US recent consultant study and en-US take questions. en-US The meetings will be from en-US 6:30 to 8 p.m.: en-US Tuesday, Oct. 23, in the en-US first-floor training room of en-US the Thomas C. Kelly Adminisen-US -en-US tration Center, 123 W. Indiana en-US Ave., DeLand en-US Wednesday, Oct. 24, in the en-US Brannon Center, 105 S. Riveren-US -en-US side Drive, New Smyrna en-US Beach en-US Thursday, Oct. 25, in the en-US Deltona City Hall Commisen-US-en-US sion Chambers, 2345 Provien-US-en-US dence Blvd.en-US Tuesday, Oct. 30, in the en-US Daytona Beach City Commisen-US-en-US sion Chambers, 301 S. Ridgeen-US -en-US wood Ave. en-US Two or more County Counen-US -en-US cil members may attend each en-US meeting. en-US For more informaen-US -en-US tion, contact Clay Ervin, direcen-US-en-US tor of the countys Growth and en-US Resource Management Departen-US-en-US ment, at or en-US (386) 822-5013.


Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill A-15en-USOpen Gymen-USOpen Gym will be from 6-8 en-US p.m. Fridays, Oct. 19 and 26, 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-USPAL golf tourneyen-USThe Ormond Beach Police en-US Athletic Leagues 21st annual en-US Golf Tournament will be at en-US 8:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 3, at en-US River Bend Golf Club, 730 en-US Airport Road, Ormond Beach.en-US The tournament is the en-US major fundraiser for OBPAL.en-US Sponsors and players are en-US needed. The cost is $75 per en-US golfer for the 18-hole scramen-US -en-US ble; participants may pick en-US their team or be paired with a en-US foursome. en-US Breakfast starts at 7:30 a.m. en-US followed by an 8:30 a.m. shoten-US -en-US gun start. The awards lunen-US -en-US cheon will be at 12:30 p.m.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 676-3505.en-USPaint the town and runen-USThe Paint the Towne 5K will en-US be at 8 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 4, at en-US Jackie Robinson Ballpark, 105 en-US E. Orange Ave., Daytona en-US Beach.en-US This race is chipped timed en-US by RaceSmith. The mornings en-US events also include a Kids Fun en-US Run. Refreshments, including en-US beer, food and music will be en-US available after the 5K.en-US The is $30 until Oct. 28 and en-US then $35. Kids Fun Run is free. en-US Packet pickup will be at the en-US ballpark from 10 a.m. to noon en-US Saturday, Nov. 3. en-US Proceeds will benefit the en-US Daytona Beachcombers Scholen-US-en-US arship program.en-US For more information, visit en-US or en-US contact Bob Hamlin at Bob@en-US en-US To register, visiten-US RunSignUp.en-US com.en-USGlowing 5Ken-USRotary Club of Downtown en-US Ormond Beach will host Just en-US Glow With It 5K at 6:30 p.m. en-US Saturday, Nov. 10, at the Haren-US -en-US vard Avenue beach approach en-US in Ormond Beach. en-US Registration begins one en-US hour prior to sunset. Entry fee en-US is $35 for $40 day of race. en-US Children 10 and younger are en-US free. After party will be at the en-US Beach Bucket. Proceeds beneen-US-en-US fit various local charities.en-US To register, visit runsignup.en-US com/Race/FL/OrmondBeach/en-US JustGlowwithit5k.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 222-9991 or emailen-US en-US golfers competing en-US at national finalsen-USTwo eight-person teams en-US from the Daytona Beach area en-US chapter of the LPGA Amateur en-US Golf Association will travel to en-US Texas in November to comen-US-en-US pete at the Horseshoe Bay en-US Resort after qualifying for the en-US groups national finals. en-US Three teams participated in en-US the the regional competition at en-US Tiburon Golf Club in Naples en-US with the Daytona Drivers en-US placing fourth and 19th Hole en-US Champs placing in the top 10, en-US both good enough to send en-US them to Texas Nov. 2-3.en-US The Daytona Drivers team en-US is Carlene Anthony, Jackie en-US Dacuk, Joan DeSalvo-Manen-US -en-US sour, Lois MacDonald, Marien-US -en-US lyn OConnor, Rita Penze, Baren-US -en-US bara Shupe and Sharon en-US Turnblad. en-US The 19th Hole Champs en-US team is Amy Lamb, Mimi en-US Lenio, Brygitte Lusinski, Baren-US -en-US bara Mott, Jackie Poole, Jeanie en-US Schreiber, Suzette Sweeny, en-US Melody Kimmel and Glenda en-US Cook.en-USA Swing for Success en-US raises funds for en-US area youth en-USLen-USast week I told you about en-US the great trip I enjoyed en-US with Capt. Brad Kayholm en-US of Wham Bam Charters.en-USCatching all those giant red en-US drum was surely something to en-US remember, but when that bite en-US ended, the fishing was not en-US over. With darkness falling en-US and the lights coming on in en-US New Smyrna Beach, Brad en-US idled the boat south down to en-US the big North Causeway en-US Bridge. Our hope was to catch en-US the last of the outgoing tide en-US and hook up with some snook. en-US When we arrived, we found en-US it was not an original idea en-US since at least a half dozen en-US boats were already working en-US that area. We moved beneath en-US the center of the peach colored en-US span and allowed the trolling en-US motor to stop us about 60 feet en-US south.en-US Now we were baiting with en-US live croakers while using the en-US same heavy tackle we had put en-US to work on the reds. Rick, en-US Brad and I hooked the bait en-US fish through the tail with our en-US sizable 7/0 circle hooks. Yep, en-US this is not light tackle fishing. en-US This is serious big game en-US fishing. en-US All around us we could hear en-US large fish slapping the surface en-US as they banged into the en-US passing schools of bait. We en-US knew they hit with such a fury en-US in order to stun the small fish en-US and would then double back en-US to slurp them up. We also en-US knew it was snook! People in en-US the other boats were shouting en-US in excitement as they either en-US scored or missed the big line en-US siders. en-US With all that going on it en-US becomes difficult to wait your en-US turn, but in a short time Brad en-US was on. If you have never en-US caught a big snook, you have a en-US wild experience waiting in en-US your future. In the inshore, en-US nothing is more fun, with the en-US possible exception of tarpon, en-US and for that reason those two en-US brackish water bullies are en-US usually grouped together.en-US Capt. Brads fish was pure en-US piscatorial power with strong en-US runs right up until it came to en-US the boat. What a beauty! The en-US snook was nearly 36 inches en-US long and wen-US eighed around 16 en-US pounds, a trophy to be sure. en-US Of course, on this night that en-US snook was in luck as we en-US released it unharmed to en-US someday provide fun for en-US another len-US ucky angler. en-US I had to get up and move en-US closer to admire the fish and, en-US when I turned my attention en-US back to my own rod, I found en-US something was busy munchen-US -en-US ing my bait as well. Fish on! I en-US knew right away the big en-US thumper would be a double en-US for the one we had just en-US released and my excitement en-US surged. en-US Battling such a beast in the en-US dark of night is enough to get en-US anyones blood boiling. The en-US splashing about of the big fish en-US caused white water to appear en-US on the surface. Uen-US nfortunately en-US I never got a look at my en-US quarry. The hook pulled free en-US about halfway back to the en-US boat. en-US Oh well, the fight had been en-US a fun one and the fish was free en-US to perhaps gobble up another en-US bait. I slouched into a seat, en-US pretty well spent. It had been en-US one heck of an evening. Giant en-US red drum and huge snook all en-US in one trip was too much to en-US hope for. en-US Back at the dock in Edgewaen-US -en-US ter, I thanked Brad and Rick en-US for a trip to remember and we en-US spoke briefly of our next en-US adventure. Sheeps head? en-US Speckled perch? All sounded en-US good to me for I know when I en-US fish with Wham Bam Charters en-US good things will happen. To en-US get in on this crazy action, en-US give Capt. Brad a call at (386) en-US 314-8553 and be sure to send en-US me lots of photos.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-USWho knows what lurks under the bridges?en-USFISHING en-US WITH DANen-USDAN SMITH en-USPhoto courtesy of Wham Bam Chartersen-USBrad Kayholm holds the monster snook he caught at Ponce Inlet. 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! 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE ON ALL MAKES & MODELS Mike, 23 years with companyCALL TODAY 386.253.7621 www.CunninghamOil.comCAC1815644 Heat is Sizzling and Cool Cash is Here The areas most trusted A/C & Heat company since 1928 Hugh, 31 years with company 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S Cool Cash is Here! Save up to $ 1525on a high eciency Carrier system. 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A-16 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill 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 Dr. Jacob Barr, Physical Therapist Titleist Performance Institute Certified1425 Hand Ave, Suite H Ormond Beach 386-673-3535 Is Pain or Injury Limiting Your Golf Game? The Fit for the Fairway program can help!Treatment provided by: Titleist Performance Institute Certified Instructor Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist Exercise Physiologists Doctors of Physical TherapyCall today to learn more and resume enjoying golf! 386-673-3535 rfntbtt t tttnrttnbttbrrntn Smooth moves en-USRandy Barber/staff photographeren-USMarguerite OBrien of Daytona Beach goes through the motions with instrucen-US -en-US tor Janet Ingrahm, right, during Tai Chi at the Port Orange Adult Center on Frien-US -en-US day, Oct. 5. For more information, call (386) 506-5867.en-USA Swing for Success and en-US other events raised $150,000 en-US for Boys & Girls Clubs of en-US Volusia/Flagler Counties with en-US Gale Lemerand adding a gift en-US of $15,000.en-US For two decades, the Micheen-US-en-US lob Ultra-backed tourney has en-US been the cant-miss charity en-US golf event in the Volusia/en-US Flagler area and annually en-US attracts close to 300 golfers. en-US The Monday After Charien-US -en-US ty Tournament of the LPGAs en-US Symetra Tour Championship en-US has raised close to $2.7 milen-US -en-US lion.en-US Lee Elder, the first Afrien-US-en-US can-American to play in the en-US Masters Tournament in 1975, en-US was in attendance as well as en-US Mr. Lemerand, for whom the en-US trophy, the Lemerand Cup for en-US the Kids is named. en-US The Fox Mattress team of en-US Holly Hill was this years winen-US -en-US ner.en-US The other events were the en-US Brown & Brown Insurance en-US Run and Walk for Success 5K en-US at LPGA International, Deal en-US for Success Texas Hold em at en-US Daytona Beach Racing & Card en-US Club, The Final Lap VIP en-US Reception at Daytona Internaen-US -en-US tional Speedway, and the en-US Symetra Financial Pro Am en-US Tournament at LPGA.en-US en-USERAU freshman garners en-US SSC weekly honorsen-US en-US Embry-Riddle freshman en-US Eva Jonsdottir was tabbed as en-US the Sunshine State Conference en-US Womens Soccer Offensive en-US Player of the Week for the en-US week ending Oct. 7.en-US Ms. Jonsdottir, from en-US Kopavogur, Iceland, was en-US instrumental in the Eagles vicen-US -en-US tory in their only game of the en-US week, netting back-to-back en-US goals to help beat Florida Tech en-US 3-2.en-USRun theen-US Lighthouse Loopen-USThe seventh annual Lighten-US-en-US house Loop Half Marathon en-US and 5K will be Sunday, Oct. en-US 28.en-US The half marathon route en-US loops around Atlantic Avenue en-US to the Ponce Inlet lighthouse. en-US The race benefits the 10 en-US public high school athletic en-US departments in Volusia counen-US -en-US ty. The West Volusia Runners en-US are now offering The Aunt en-US Catfish Challenge. Run both en-US the 13.1 followed by the 5K en-US and earn extra swag. en-US Register aen-US t lighthouseloop.en-US com.en-USRacing legends liveen-USThe live broadcasts of en-US Legends of Racing Radio Show en-US will continue from Racings en-US Original Northen-US Turn Restauen-US -en-US rant, 4511 S. Atlantic Ave., en-US Ponce Inlet.en-US Embry-Riddle Aeronautical en-US Universitys all-female BAJA en-US SAE Race Team will be the en-US guest Friday, Oct. 19. The en-US teams race car will be on disen-US-en-US play. en-US ERAUS co-ed Formula SAE en-US Race Team will be the guest en-US Friday, Oct. 26.en-US Buz McKim, NASCAR Hisen-US -en-US torian is the emcee. Show time en-US is noon to 1 p.m. No admisen-US -en-US sion is charged and lunch is en-US available to buy.en-US For more informen-US ation, conen-US -en-US tact Bill Watson at en-US wkwphoen-US -en-US en-US or (765) 289-4554.en-USFitness Newsen-USOrmond library offers en-US chair yogaen-USGet fit and flexible at the en-US Ormond Beach Regional en-US Library, 30 S. Beach St.en-US Yoga instructor Susan en-US Royal will lead free chair en-US yoga classes at 11 a.m. Monen-USen-USday, Oct. 22. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 676-4191, option 4.en-USYoga at MOASen-USYoga in the Gallery will en-US meet from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. en-US Wednesdays at the Museum en-US of Arts & Sciences, 352 S. en-US Nova Road, Daytona Beach. en-US The cost is $5 for members en-US and $10 for non-members. en-US Participants are asked to en-US bring a mat, towel, and water. en-US Space is limited and registraen-US -en-US tion is required by calling en-US (386) 255-0285.en-USSenior center en-USOrmond Beach Council on en-US Aging Senior Center, 351 en-US Andrews St., offers these en-US exercise 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 en-US to 10:20 a.m. Tuesday. Fee is en-US $5. en-US Cardio & Strength Proen-US-en-US gram, 8:30 a.m. to 9:20 p.m. en-US Monday and Wednesday. en-US Hand-held weights needed.en-US For all programs, wear en-US sneakers and bring a bottled en-US water.en-US For more information or a en-US reservation, call (585) 738-en-US 5111 or email en-US colleensfiten-US-en-US Centeren-USDaytona Cultural & Leien-US -en-US sure Services offers fitness en-US programs at Peggy Schnebly en-US Recreation Center at 1101 N. en-US Atlantic Ave.en-US Seniorcise, 9 to 9:45 a.m. en-US Mondays. The cost is $3en-US Free Video Exercise, 3 to en-US 7:30 p.m. Mondays and 8:30 en-US a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Thursdays. en-US Free Cardio Drumming, 9 en-US to 9:45 a.m. Tuesdays and 4 en-US to 4:45 p.m. Thursdaysen-US Yoga, 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesen-US-en-US days. The cost is $10.en-US Tai Chi, 10:15 to 11:30 en-US a.m. for those interested in en-US becoming Tai Chi instructors en-US or masters. The cost is $20. en-US For more information or to en-US register, call (386) 671-3560 en-US or visien-US t Centeren-USDaytona Beach Cultural & en-US Leisure Services offers a en-US baton twirling class from 6 to en-US 7:30 p.m. each Monday and en-US Thursday at the John H. en-US Dickerson Community Cenen-US-en-US ter at 308 S. Dr. MLK Jr. en-US Blvd., Daytona Beach.en-US The cost is $10.en-US For more information or to en-US register, call (386) 671-5820 en-US or visiten-US page A15

PAGE 17 Serving 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. FREE Cordless Lift On Graber Cellular, Pleated, Natural, Roller, Solar, Fresco Roman, and Fabric Shades* *Fabric shades applies to looped Roman, classic at Roman, or seamless Roman styles only. Excludes Graber Simple Selections and commercial orders. Customer-Focused, Performance-Driven Since 1984 LIMITED TIME ONLY NOW THRU NOVEMBER 16, 2018 386-265-1977 2986 Ocean Shore Boulevard Ormond by the Sea, Fl 32176 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S Ocean View Outdoor Deck with Live Music Nightly Full Bar Pet Friendly SATURDAY & SUNDAY 8AM The Little Theatre of New Smyrna en-USBeach will perform Ill Be Back Before en-US Midnight by Peter Colley at 8 p.m. en-US Oct. 19, 20, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 2 p.m. en-US Oct. 21 and 28 at 726 E. Third Ave., en-US New Smyrna Beach.en-US The play is set in a bleak, old country en-US house, which wouldnt seem the ideal en-US place to bring a wife fresh from a en-US lengthy hospital stay for panic attacks. en-US But thats where fragile Jan (Stephanie en-US Siegel) finds herself when husband en-US Greg (Brandon King) decides the isolaten-US-en-US ed property is just the place to restart en-US the couples faltering marriage.en-US Jan is willing to make the best of it en-US until she learns Gregs sophisticated sisen-US -en-US ter Laura (Carlyn Howells) is joining en-US them that very day for an indeterminate en-US stay. en-US Tensions mount, and big, grizzled en-US farmer George (Barry Kite), the couples en-US landlord and nearest neighbor, doesnt en-US help matters. en-US Directed by Larrie Tiffany, Ill Be en-US Back Before Midnight provides genuen-US -en-US ine surprises and nerve-jangling jolts en-US that lead to a most unexpected climax.en-US The Oct. 24 performance will benefit en-US the Daytona Playhouse, which recently en-US suffered a lightning strike that caused en-US significant damage to the theaters en-US sound and light system. en-US Tickets are $20 for adults, $19 for en-US seniors and$10 for students. Tickets are en-US available online at or by en-US calling the box office (386) 423-1246. en-US The box office is open from 1 to 4 p.m. en-US Monday to Friday and two hours prior en-US to every performance.en-US Friday, Oct. 19en-USBiketoberfest:en-US en-US The 26th en-US annual Daytona Beach motorcyen-US -en-US cle rally will be Oct. 18-21 and en-US celebrates the adventure and en-US spirit of todays motorcycle en-US enthusiast with biker events, en-US scenic rides, racing, bike shows, en-US concerts and the industrys best en-US power sports vendors. en-US Daytona State College Theatre en-US Department: en-US Free to be . You en-US and Me will be presented at en-US 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday en-US and 2:30 p.m. Saturday and en-US Sunday at the performing arts en-US center at 221 N. Beach St., en-US Daytona Beach.en-US Directed by Samantha Stern, en-US the musical production comprisen-US -en-US es stories, songs and scenes en-US contributed by multiple authors en-US to create what has been en-US regarded as a modern classic of en-US childrens literature. en-US Tickets are $10 for adults 13 en-US and older, $5 for children 12 and en-US younger. Season passes are en-US available for $40 for a five-show en-US package. Discounts available for en-US groups of 10 or more. All DSC en-US students and faculty free with en-US proper ID. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 226-1927. en-US Hay Day Fall Festival:en-US Hay Day en-US Fall Fest will be from 5-9 p.m. at en-US Earl Brown Park, 750 S. en-US Alabama Ave., DeLand. The en-US event celebrates the season with en-US crafts, face painting, contests en-US and photo opps. Coco will be en-US show on the outdoor screen with en-US popcorn. en-US For more information, en-US visit en-US sanborncenter.comen-US .en-US Concert:en-US Stetson University en-US Symphonic Band with Douglas en-US Phillips, conductor, will perform en-US at 7:30 p.m. at Lee Chapel in en-US Elizabeth Hall, 421 N. Woodland en-US Blvd., DeLand.en-US Tickets are $10 adults and $5 en-US youth and students and free for en-US ages 12 and younger. Tickets en-US available at the door or at en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 822-8950.en-US Stage at Thank You Five: Ien-USmprov en-US Night with RAI will be at 7:30 en-US p.m. in Unit 2N at 4606 S. Clyde en-US Morris Blvd., Port Orange. en-US Admission is $10. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 295-en-US 5699 or visit en-US Little Theatre of New Smyrna en-US Beach:en-US Ill Be back Before en-US Midnight, written by Peter Colle, en-US will be performed select nights en-US Oct. 19-28 at 726 Third Ave. en-US Jan, a young wife, is recoveren-US -en-US ing from a nervous disorder. She en-US and her husband rent a remote en-US cabin from an old farmer who en-US delights in telling gruesome en-US ghost stories. When the en-UShusbands strange sister arrives, en-US all manner of frightening events en-US occur. en-US For more information, visit en-US Athens Theatre: Jekyll and en-US Hyde:en-US The Musical will be en-US performed select nights through en-US Oct. 21 at 124 N. Florida Ave., en-GBOut en-GB &en-GB en-GB about en-GBHoroscopes en-USARIES Mar 21/Apr 20en-USAries, this is a great week to en-US give that special someone in en-US your life some extra love and en-US attention. Your workloads have en-US lightened across the board, so en-US go the extra mile.en-USTAURUS Apr 21/May 21en-USTaurus, all eyes are on you en-US and all attention is focused in en-US your direction. Stay grounded as en-US much as possible as you become en-US the center of attention.en-USGEMINI May 22/Jun 21en-USKeep a watchful eye on your en-US domestic responsibilities, en-US Gemini. Its easy for the scales to en-US tip in other directions, but en-US nothing is more important than en-US life at home.en-USCANCER Jun 22/Jul 22en-USDistant shores are beckoning, en-US Cancer. Now could be the time to en-US start planning a getaway you en-US have always dreamed of. Enjoy en-US this exciting trip.en-USLEO Jul 23/Aug 23en-USRomance may not be in the en-US stars this week for you, Leo, as en-US you are too distracted by work. en-US Make some time to come up for en-US air and then focus on relationen-US -en-US ships.en-USVIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22en-USVirgo, someone special to you en-US may shower you with intense en-US love and affection this week if en-US you just find the time to connect. en-US Clear your schedule for the rest en-US of the week.en-USLIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23en-USLibra, if you play your cards en-US right, you will look back on this en-US week with nothing but smiles. en-US Things will soon get sorted out, en-US and this week will mark a turning en-US point.en-USSCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22en-USScorpio, things may not have en-US been easy for you over the last en-US couple of weeks, but your en-US courage and stamina know no en-US bounds. Keep forging ahead.en-USSAGITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21en-USSagittarius, your career is in a en-US perfect place right now, so you en-US can devote some of your en-US attention to personal matters en-US even your love life. Start focusing en-US on your feelings.en-US Seeen-US en-US OUT,en-US page B3en-USFor Hometown en-USSeeen-US en-US SCOPES,en-US page B3en-USPlay dishes out spine-chilling suspenseen-USPhoto courtesy of Bob Hooden-USCarlyn Howells, Brandon King, and Stephanie Siegel star in the Little Theatre of New Smyrna Beachs en-US performance of Ill Be Back Before Midnight. en-USBank & Blues Club: en-US Nintenen-US -en-US doween will perform at 7 p.m. en-US Friday, Oct. 26. Tickets are $15. en-US Doors open at 6:30 p.m. each en-US night at 701 Main St., Daytona en-US Beach. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 252-9877en-US Bahama Breeze Island Grille: en-US Live entertainment is from 6-10 en-US p.m. Wednesday through en-US Sunday at 1786 W. Internationen-US-en-US al Speedway Blvd., Daytona en-US Beach. en-US For more information, en-US visit en-US Big Ds Hollywood Nights: en-USIn en-US the 3D Lounge at Diamond en-US Dolls Daytona, Big Ds is open en-US 5 p.m. to 3 a.m. daily at 301 en-US Madison Ave., Daytona Beach. en-US Mondays are Muy Caliente en-US Noche Latina Nights and en-US Tuesdays are EDM. Scoot your en-US boots for Wild West Wednesen-US -en-US days and start your weekend en-US early with Throwback Thursen-US-en-US days, featuring classic rock. en-US 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 en-US CuervoRitas Mondays; Locals en-US Night with happy hour all night en-US and Pub Trivia at 7 p.m., gift en-US card prizes, Wednesdays; All en-US day Bloody Marys $3, en-US 10-ounce New York Strip en-US $12.95 each Sunday. Lunch en-US specials served everyday 11 en-US a.m.-4 p.m. at 890 S. Atlantic en-US Ave. in Ormond Beach. en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 673-5933 or visit en-US theblacken-US -en-US Caf Da Vinci: en-US Gracie Curran en-US & The High Falutin will perform en-US Friday, Oct. 19, at 112 W. en-US Georgia Ave., DeLand. Jazz Fest en-US Trae Pierce & The T Stone Band en-US will perform Saturday, Oct. 20. en-US All shows start at 9 p.m. Jazz in en-US the Courtyard with the DaVinci en-US Jazz Experiment will be from en-US 7:30-9:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. en-US 23. An open mike night starts en-US at 7 p.m. each Wednesday. en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 736-0008 or visit en-US cafedavinen-US-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) en-US 352-2337 or visit en-US daytonen-US-en-US Down the Hatch: en-US Upcoming en-US performers are Jeff Whitfield, en-US 1-5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, Diego en-US and Co., 6-10 p.m. Friday; The en-US Brew Band, 1-5 p.m. Saturday, en-US Oct. 20, and Shakedown, 6-10 en-US p.m. Saturday; and Rock Beach en-US Duo, 1-5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21 en-US at 4894 Front St., Ponce Inlet. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 761-4831 or visiten-US 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 en-US and an appetizer for $25. en-USFor en-US reservations, call (386) en-US 615-4888. en-US Grind Gastropub and Kona Tiki en-US Bar: en-US Open daily at 11:30 a.m., en-US live entertainment and free en-US valet service at 49 W. Granada en-US Blvd., Ormond Beach. en-US For more en-US information, visiten-US grindgastroen-US -en-US en-US Hard Rock Hotel Daytona en-US Beach: en-US Performers include en-US Soulfire, 4-7 p.m. Friday, Oct. en-US 19; Prisoners of Rock, 8-11 en-US p.m. Friday; Jason Gordo en-US Gordon, 4:30-6:30 p.m. en-US Saturday, Oct. 20; Jason Lee & en-US The Cyclones, 7:30-11 p.m. en-US Saturday; So. Fried Chill, 1-5 en-US p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21; Psyen-US -en-US chadelic Monks, 6-10 p.m. en-US Sunday, all at the Wave en-US Terrace; Bo Tomlyn, 7-10 p.m. en-US Monday, Oct. 22, and Brody en-US Buster Band, 7-10 p.m. en-US Tuesday, Oct. 23; Lounge en-US Lizard Trio, 7-11 p.m. Wednesen-US -en-GBTheen-GB en-GBCluben-GB en-GBScene en-USSeeen-US en-US SCENE,en-US page B2en-GBDining en-GB&en-GB Entertainment en-GBFRIDAY, OCT. 19, 2018 en-GB DAYTONA BEACH en-GB WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSVOLUSIA.COM


B-2 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USBeach. 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 Saten-US urday aen-USt 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-USSponsors a en-US monthly beer tasting. Cost is en-US $12 per person. Seating is en-US limited to the first 70 pren-US epaid en-US reservations. If interested, call en-US (386) 258-1600 to reserve a en-US spot at 1700 W. International en-US Speedway.en-US Mulligans Family Sports Grille: en-US Rockstar karaoke by Bob en-US Heartland is at 9 p.m. Friday, en-US Oct. 12, and Saturday, Oct. 13; en-US Live Team Trivia 6:30-8:30 p.m.en-US Monday, Oct 15; Eddie Uzzle en-US will perform oldies at 5:30 p.m. en-US Tuesday, Oct.en-US 16; Karaoke with en-US Rock Star Bob, 9 p.m. Thursday, en-US Oct. 18, at 3830 S. Nova, Port en-US Orange. en-US Foren-US more information, en-US call (386) 788-3268.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 pen-USlays 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 Noren-USman is en-US from 4-8 en-US p.m. everyen-US 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 anen-USd Friday, noon to 11 en-US p.m. Saturden-US ay and noon to 8 en-US p.m. Sunday. Live music and en-US food are featured Friday en-US evenings at 301 Division Ave., en-US Unit 15, Ormond Beach.en-US For en-US more information call (386) en-US 256-3904.en-US The Smokehouse Saloon: en-US Rockin Blues Jam is from 2-6 en-US p.m. Sunday. Chance and the en-US Blues Daddies perform at 144 S. en-US Ridgewood Ave., en-USHolen-USly 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 Tuesden-USay at 2150 en-US LPGA Blvd., Daytona Beach.en-US For en-US more information, calen-US l (386) en-US 317-0097.en-US day, Oct. 24; and Gailforce, 7-10 en-US p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25, all at the en-US Sessions Terrace.en-US There will be a Biketoberfest en-US Bash with Soulfire performing en-US from noon-4 p.m., Friday, Oct. en-US 19; Prisoners of Rock from 6-10 en-US p.m. Friday; Reed Foley from en-US noon-4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20; en-US Jason Lee & The Cyclones from en-US 6-10 p.m. Saturday; So. Fried en-US Chill from noon-4 p.m. Sunday, en-US Oct. 21; and Psychedelic Monks en-US from 6-10 p.m. Sunday at 918 N. en-US Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach. en-US For moen-US re information, call en-US(386) 947-7300 or visit en-US hardtockhoteldaytonabeach.en-US com.en-US Lagerheads Bar & Grill: en-US Upcoming performers are This en-US Justin Time, 6-10 p.m., Friday, en-US Oct. 19; Don Hill, noon-4 p.m. en-US Saturday, Oct. 20; Robert Keele, en-US 5-9 p.m. Saturday; and Don Hill, en-US Sunday, Oct. 21; Eddie Wolford, en-US Monday, Oct. 22, and Tuesday, en-US Oct. 23; Reuben Morgan, en-US Wednesday, Oct. 24 and Don en-US Hill, Thursday, Oct. 24. Weather en-US permitting, live music is at 2986 en-US Ocean Shore Blvd., Ormond-by-en-US the-Sea. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 265-1977.en-US Limoncello North: en-USMark en-US Venneri will perform from 6-9 en-US p.m. each Wednesday at 1185 en-US W. 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Dining & Entertainment en-USBeautiful music en-USRandy Barber/staff photographeren-USFaye Henderson of Faye Henderson and Gospel Praise performs during the en-US Ormond Beach Live Original Music & Art Festival at The Casements on Saturen-US -en-US day, Oct. 13. en-USSceneen-USFrom page B1


Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill B-3en-USDeLand.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-US For more en-US information, call (386) 736-en-US 1500.en-US Cinematique: en-US Blaze will en-US show 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. For more informaen-US-en-US tion, call (386) 252-3118. en-USSaturday, Oct. 20en-USFall Festival & Trunk-O-Treat: en-US This event will be from 5-0 p.m. en-US Saturday, Oct. 20, at Hawks en-US Park Soccer Complex, 148 W. en-US Turgot Ave., Edgewater. An en-US annual event by CAPS to provide en-US a safe trick-o-treating venue for en-US children and collect non-perishen-US -en-US able food for Gifts of Love Food en-US Bank for the upcoming holidays.en-US Craft Beer Walk & Chili en-US Cook-Off Festival: en-USInside particien-US-en-US pating business from 1-7 p.m. on en-US Flagler Avenue in New Smyrna en-US Beach, look for signs. Beer-tasten-US -en-US ing passports are $20 for 20 en-US tasting tickets. Cook-off en-US passports are $15 with en-US proceeds en-US benefiting Charlenes Dream, a en-US resource center for women with en-US cancer. en-US Third Annual DeLand Pride en-US Block Party: en-US The Third Annual en-US DeLand Pride Block Party will be en-US from 2-7 p.m. downtown. It is a en-US celen-USebration of LGBT History en-US Month and National Coming Out en-US Day. en-US Health and counseling en-US services, and other vendors will en-US be available. There also will be en-US crafts, boutique crafts and en-US jewelry. There will be live en-US performances from well-known en-US entertainers and musical acts.en-US en-US For more information, visit en-US Stetson Opera Theatre: en-US An en-US Evening of Opera and Musical en-US Theater with Russell Franks, en-US director, will be at 7:30 p.m. en-US Saturday, Oct. 20, and 3 p.m. en-US Sunday, Oct. 21, at McMahan en-US Hall, 421 N. Woodland Blvd., en-US DeLand,en-US Featuring selections from The en-US Tales of Hoffmann, Kismet, en-US Into the Woods, Hairspray, en-US Sister Act and The Light in the en-US Piazza. Admission is $10 for en-US adults, $5 for youth and en-US students, and free for ages 12 en-US and younger. Tickets are en-US available at the door or at en-US en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 822-8950.en-US Stage at Thank You Five: en-US The en-US Ridiculous Comedy and Magic en-US Show with Todd Bogue will be at en-US 7:30 p.m. in Unit 2N at 4606 S. en-US Clyde Morris Blvd., Port Orange. en-US Floridas Magician of the Year, en-US Mr. Bogue, performs an evening en-US of magic for adults. Admission is en-US $10. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 295-5699 or visit en-US Poetry Night: en-US Poetry Night will en-US be from 5-6 p.m. at The Hub on en-US Canal 132 Canal St., New en-US Smyrna Beach. Dan Pels, a en-US surrealist poet, will emcee the en-US evening, along with his co-host en-US Mary Jane Barenbaum, a realist/en-US romantic poet. There will be en-US readings by Nina Heiser and en-US Aurara Perna. This evening event en-US is free and open to the public. en-US For more information visit en-US en-US or call (386) en-US 957-3924.en-US Harmonica Jam: en-USThis event will en-US be from 7-9 p.m. at the Hub on en-US Canal, 132 Canal St., New en-US Smyrna Beach. Farley Palmer, en-US Adam Floyd and Rodney Lints en-US will host a pre-show event to en-US celebrate with several of the en-US contestants who will be in New en-US Smyrna Beach competing in the en-US annual Florida Harmonica en-US Championship,en-US For more en-US information, visit en-US thehuboncanal.en-US orgen-US or call (386) 957-3924. en-USThin Man Watts Jazz Festival:en-US en-US The festival honors the lives and en-US works of music masters like Dr. en-US Watts and Sam Rivers. Live en-US performances are at Caf en-US DaVinci, 112 W. Georgia Ave., en-US DeLand, and the Dr. Noble Thin en-US Man Watts Amphitheatre, 322 en-US S. Clara Ave., DeLand. Pen-US resented en-US by the African American Museum en-US of Art and the MainStreet en-US DeLand Association. Tickets are en-US $15 in advance, $20 day of the en-US event. en-US For a performance en-US schedule and ticket information, en-US visit: en-US 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S 1/2 Rack St. Louis Ribs $11.95 1/2 Roasted Chicken $9.95 Barbecue Combo 1/4 Chicken and 1/4 St. Louis Ribs $12.95 Jumbo Chicken Wings $9.95 Pulled Pork Sandwich $8.95 All served with choice of 2 sides: French Fries, Cole Slaw, Macaroni Salad, Sweet Potato Fries, Corn on the CobIts Barbecue Time!Thursday through Sunday, October 18-October 21 Both LocationsFlapjack JohnnysOpen 7 days a week from 7am to 2:30pm Port Orange 5543 S Williamson Blvd Suite 905 | 386.492.3209 Ormond Beach 165 N Yonge Street | 386.281.3070 WELCOME BIKERS!Join us for Daily Breakfast Specials! Catering Cooking Wine Tasting Private PartiesLive Music Every FridayHAPPY HOUR In the bar from 5pm-6:30pm123 West Granada Blvd. Ormond Beach 386.615.4888 www.FrappesItalianGrille.comJoin us on Nov 6th at 6:30 pmfor WINE TASTING2 Whites/2 Reds Delicious Appetizers $25 pp Call for Reservations COOKING SCHOOLLearn to cook the food you love to eatOur hands on cooking classes are fun and informative including recipes and take home goods. Saturday November 17th 10 am 1 pm $90Reservations Required Limited Spaces 111 W. Granada Blvd. Ormond Beach MARKET 677-1511 RESTAURANT 673-8888 10 am6 pm 10:30am 9pm STONE CRAB SEASON IS HERE! If you have been waiting for sweet tender, low fat, e xtra lean crabmeat, its here. Locally harvested by American Seafood caught by American Fisherman Largest Selection of Seafood in the Area FROM THE MARKET AND FROM THE RESTAURANT We Can Special Order Any Type of Seafood STUFFED SCALLOPS TUNA POKE SEAWEED SALAD DUNGENESS CRAB LANGOSTINO MEAT CONCH FRITTERS COCONUT SHRIMP ROCK SHRIMP CRAB CAKES FISH STOCK CRAWFISH NEW ENGLAND SEAFOOD MEDLEY WHOLE CLEANED CUTTLEFISH CHILEAN SEA BASS SALTED COD DEVILED CRABS ASST. FISH PIECES SHARK WAHOO TUNA MAHI MAHI SHEEPSHEAD ASST. HERRING BAHAMIAN CONCH CHOWDER ALLIGATOR MEAT OCTOPUS SCALLOPS SQUID MUSSELS CLAMS CHOPPED CLAMS OYSTERS OYSTER PINTS SMOKED SALMON ASST. FLAVORS OF NOVA LOX LOBSTER TAILS LOBSTER MEAT LIVE MAINE LOBSTER CRABMEAT STUFFING BLUE CRAB STUFFED CLAMS KING CRAB SNOW CRAB CRAB GUMBO SCUNGILLI CONCH FROG LEGS SARDINES SMELTS CLAM CHOWDER LOBSTER BISQUE SPICY FISH CHOWDER SMOKED FISH DIP SMOKED FISH ESCARGOTS COD SNAPPER GROUPER SWORDFISH HADDOCK MACKEREL FLOUNDER POMPANO WHITING SHRIMP SALMON New Dining Room! Full Bar Oyster Bar 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 10/31/18 VOTED OVERALL FAVORITE 2018!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 PRIZESSUN: 10 OZ NY STRIP $12.95 BLOODY MARYS $3 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S DAILY SPECIALSLUNCH WITH SODA STARTING AT $6.95 CALL FOR DETAILS WELCOME BIKERS! Dining & Entertainment en-USCAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20en-USYou notice a definite boost in en-US your energy level and drive this en-US week, Capricorn. Its almost as if en-US youve rediscovered a passion en-US you tucked away for a while.en-USAQUARIUS Jan 21/Feb 18en-USCosmic dust will settle en-US mid-week and you will feel as if en-US you have your power back, en-US Aquarius. If youve been holding en-US off on projects, now is the time en-US to charge ahead.en-USPISCES Feb 19/Mar 20en-USPisces, make a list of your en-US priorities so you can focus your en-US energy efficiently. You dont want en-US to waver when trying to get en-US things done.en-USScopesen-USFrom page B1 en-USOuten-USFrom page B1en-US Seeen-US en-US OUT,en-US page B5


B-4 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USWen-USho in the world came en-US upen-US with all these en-US choices and why? en-USWe put them on muffins, en-US biscuits and toast to add en-US sweetness. Big deal? Accorden-US -en-US ing to my wife, it is a big deal en-US and probably to many of you en-US out there as well. en-US Heres what happened. My en-US wife decided to treat her en-US mother to a trip to the en-US Seminole casino in Tampa to en-US play the slot machines. That en-US seems to be a special treat for en-US many retirees that love bingo, en-US too. Everyone arose early to en-US get ready. I thought I would be en-US nice and offered them coffee en-US and toast to get them started en-US on the road. en-US My mother-in-law said all en-US she wanted was a half cup of en-US coffee. She was saving her en-US appetite to eat at the casino. en-US The chef there is a friend of en-US mine and he always spoils my en-US family when they visit. en-US My wife, on the other hand, en-US wanted eggs, fresh fruit, a en-US thermos of coffee and en-US gluten-free toast with jelly. I en-US went to the refrigerator and en-US offered her a choice of orange en-US marmalade, strawberry jam or en-US blackberry jam. She immedien-US -en-US ately answered, Jelly. I en-US explained we did not have any en-US jelly, we had jam so whats the en-US difference? Thats when I got a en-US lecture about the differences en-US between jams and jelly. en-US Welcome to my world.en-US OK, OK, there is a great en-US deal of difference and someen-US -en-US times we crave certain tastes en-US together. Jam is made from en-US fresh cut fren-US uen-USit cooked to a en-US pulp with sugar. This creates a en-US thick fruity spread. en-US Jelly is made from the fresh en-US juice of fruit cooked with en-US sugar. Some manufacturers en-US add pectin to thicken and gel.en-US Finally, marmalade is en-US similar to jam, but it is made en-US from the bitter Seville oranges en-US from Spain or Portugal. The en-US word marmalade comes from en-US the Portuguen-USese marmelos, an en-US orange paste. en-US My wife is absolutely correct en-US there are many differences en-US between jams, jellies and en-US marmalade, and their usage. en-US Please dont tell her I said that. en-US Lets face it peanut butter and en-US marmalade just doesnt sound en-US right or taste right; it has to be en-US jelly. en-US When you need to add en-US flavor for cooking fish or en-US poultry, jams and marmalade en-US will hold up better and give it en-US a fruitier taste, adding the en-US needed acidity to enhance en-US flavor. en-US The history of these tasty en-US treats date back to 1785 when en-US Napoleon Bonaparte offered a en-US cash reward to anyone who en-US could come up with an idea to en-US preserve food for his troops. A en-US chef named Nicolas Appert en-US experimented, using high en-US temperatures to heat food and en-US then sealing them in a glass, en-US airtight jar. This technique en-US worked and he went on to en-US discover en-US different foods must en-US be processed at different en-US temperatures, depending on en-US the acid in the food. en-US Louis XIVen-US always ended his en-US feast with jams and marmaen-US -en-US lades. In the 1800s, a nursery en-US man named John Chapman, en-US later known as Johnny en-US Appleseed, walked the en-US Midwest planting apple en-US orchards so futuren-US e pioneers en-US would have crops. One of en-US those pioneers was Jerome en-US Smucker, who used the crop to en-US produce apple butter and later en-US gave birth to the Smuckers en-US company we know today. en-US In 1869, in Concord Mass., en-US Dr. Thomas Welch used the en-US Concord graen-US pe to begin his en-US juice company. In 1918, he en-US produce his en-US first jam, called en-US Grapelade. He sold his entire en-US production to the army that en-US shipped it overseas to soldiers en-US in France. When they came en-US home, they wanted more. By en-US 1923, the Welch Concord en-US Grape Jelly Co. en-US was born. en-USI could share a jelly recipe en-US with you, but thats no fun. If en-US you want one, e-mail me. Now en-US how about a great fish recipe en-US that uses jam instead. My wife en-US loved it!en-USOrange Glazed Florida en-US Grouperen-USIngredientsen-US 1 tablespoon orange en-US marmalade en-US 1 small orange peeled en-US seeded, sliced thinen-US 1 tablespoon orange juice en-US 2 teaspoons ben-US utter, melteden-US 1/2 teaspoon light soy sauce en-US 1/8 teaspoon ground white en-US pepper en-US 3/4 pound grouper, snapper en-US or cod fillets (your choice)en-US Directionsen-US Preheat oven 350 degrees.en-US en-US Combine marmalade, orange en-US juice, and soy sauce mixing en-US well. Place fillets on a sprayen-US oiled broiler pan and brush en-US fillets with glaze. Place orange en-US slices on top of filet. Bake at en-US 350 degrees for 7-10 minutes en-US until lightly browned and fish en-US flakes or breaks easily. Brush en-US with melted butter and serve.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 386-423-2336 1044 N. Dixie Freeway, New Smyrna Mon-Sat 7am-7pm, Sun 7am-6pm 386-872-4344 120 S. 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Something for Everyone! Saturday, October 27th11:00am 6:30pmFREE ADMISSION (386) 677-0640HOLY CROSS ORTHODOX CHURCH 375 FLEMING AVE, ORMOND BEACH YOU'RE INVITED! TO OUR 11TH ANNUAL FALL FESTIVITIES PLACE YOUR FALL FESTIVITIES WITH rffrnftbb TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH WELCOMES NEW PASTORREV. PAUL C. SIZEMORE EVENTRev. Paul C. Sizemore has accepted a Call to serve as Pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, Holly Hill, Florida as of October 1, 2018. The Installation of Pastor Sizemore at Trinity Lutheran Church, will be officiated by the President of the Florida-Georgia District of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, Rev. Dr. Gregory Walton on Sunday, October 21, 2018 at 4:00 pm. Trinity Lutheran Church is located at 1205 Ridgewood Ave, Holly Hill Florida. All are welcome to attend the Installation. PREVIOUS CONGREGATIONSRev. Sizemore served as Pastor of four other congregations prior to his acceptance of the Call to Trinity Lutheran Church, Holly Hill, Florida. The congregations he served previously were: Mount Olive Lutheran Church, Columbia, South Carolina (January, 1998 to September, 2018); Immanuel Lutheran, Simpsonville, South Carolina (1989 to 1997); St Paul Lutheran Church, Statesboro, Georgia (1983 to 1989) and Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Riverdale, Georgia (1981 to 1983). BACKGROUNDRev. Sizemore is a native of Daytona Beach, Florida where he attended Mainland High School. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in elementary-secondary education at Concordia University, Chicago, Illinois in 1977 and a Master of Divinity from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri in 1981. Pastor Sizemore and his wife Lisa are blessed with six grown children and six grandchildren. Pastor Sizemore and Lisa are excited about coming to Trinity Lutheran Church.Trinity Lutheran Church 386-255-7580 Art Notes en-USMuseum offers classes en-US and workshopsen-USOrmond Memorial Art en-US Museum will host Portrait en-US Painting in en-USWatercolor with en-US Stacey Fletcher Reynolds from en-US 3 to 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, at en-US 78 E. Granada Blvd., Ormond en-US Beach. en-US Participants should bring a en-US close up, or bust image to en-US paint from. All supplies proen-US -en-US vided; open to participants 16 en-US and older. The cost is $75 for en-US members and $83 for en-US non-members. en-US The Art of Bookmakingen-US with Haley Farthing will en-US meet from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saten-US -en-US urday, Oct. 27. All supplies are en-US provided; open to participants en-US 16 and olderen-US The cost is $115 en-US for members and $125 for en-US non-members. en-US Haley Farthings artwork, en-US Art is the Child of Nature, en-US will be on exhibit at OMAM en-US through Oct. 27en-US For more information or to en-US register for a class, call (386) en-US 676-3347 or visiten-US OrmondArten-US -en-US After Hoursen-USThe Museum of Arts & Scien-US -en-US ences will host a special Halen-US -en-US loween-themed After Hours en-US from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. en-US 29, at 352 S. Nova Road, Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach.en-US Enjoy exclusive access to the en-US museums galleries, a Hallowen-US-en-US een-themed planetarium en-US show, live music, food to buy en-US from a local food truck, and en-US happy hour drink specials, en-US including some Hallowen-US -en-US een-themed cocktails. Cosen-US-en-US tumes are encouraged.en-US Admission is free for memen-US -en-US bers and $5 for non-members.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 255-0285 or visit en-US moas.en-US org.en-USCrafts and books and en-US bears, oh my!en-USBooks and Bears, arts and en-US crafts and reading activities en-US for children 4 to 11, will meet en-US from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, en-US Oct. 20, at Bethune-Cookman en-US University Swisher Library, at en-US 640 Dr. Mary McLeod en-US Bethune Blvd., Daytona en-US Beach. en-US For a reservation or more en-US information, emailen-US mmbfounen-US-en-US dation@cookman.eduen-US or call en-US (386) 481-2121. en-USWriting and quilting at en-US Schnebly Centeren-USDaytona Beach Cultural & en-US Leisure Services Department en-US is offering new programs at en-US the Peggy Schnebly Recreation en-US Center at 1101 N. Atlantic en-US Ave.en-US A free writers group meets en-US from 10 a.m. to noon Wednesen-US -en-US days. Class members discuss en-US and critique each others work.en-US The Fantastic Quilters meet en-US from 9:15 to 11:30 a.m. Thursen-US-en-US days. This is a self-paced proen-US-en-US gram that encourages creativien-US -en-US ty and cultural expression, en-US including sewing, weaving and en-US crocheting. The cost is 50 en-US cents. en-US For more information or to en-US register, call (386) 671-3560 or en-US visit band to en-US perform at Daytona en-US Beach library en-USThe Daytona Beach Concert en-US Band will perform old favoren-US -en-US ites during a free concert at 2 en-US p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21, at the en-US Daytona Beach Regional en-US Library, 105 E. Magnolia Ave.en-US The musicians perform en-US under the direction of Charles en-US Long, a retired music educator en-US and administrator. Learn more en-US about the band at dbconcerten-US-en-US The concert is sponsored by en-US the Friends of the Daytona en-US Beach Library. en-USFor more inforen-US en-USmation, call (386) 257-6036, en-US option 4.en-USOn Golden Pond en-US auditionsen-USDaytona Playhouse will host en-US auditions for On Golden en-US Pond at 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. en-US 28, and Monday, Oct. 29, at en-US 100 Jessamine Blvd., Daytona en-US Beach. en-US Performance will be Jan. 4 en-US to 13. Tickets are $18 for en-US seniors, $20 for adults and $ en-US for youth. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 255-2431 or visiten-US Dayen-US -en-US Art Festival en-US Nov. 3-4en-USThe 56th Annual Halifax en-US Art Festival will be from 9 a.m. en-US to 5 p.m. Sen-US aturday, Nov. 3, and en-US 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. en-US 4, on Beach Street from en-US Orange Avenue to Bay Street en-US in Daytona Beach.en-US More than 250 juried fine en-US artists will participate. There en-US will be a student art exhibit en-US and competition,childrens en-US activities, and live music.en-US Admission is free. en-USFor more en-US information, visiten-US halifaxarten-US-en-US festival.orgen-US or en-UScall (386) 437-en-US 2604.en-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. en-US For information, call (386) en-US 671-6223 or visit en-USgranaen-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 visit Cluben-USA dinner dance with live en-US music will be at 1 p.m. Sunday, en-US Oct. 21, 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, Oct. 19. 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, visiten-US codb.en-US us/activities en-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. en-USSunday, Oct. 21en-USB-CU Concert Chorale:en-US en-US Bethune Cookman University en-US Concert Chorale will present a en-US fall concert at 4 p.m. at Grace en-US Episcopal Church, 4110 S. en-US Ridgewood Ave., Port Orange.en-USThe chorale will perform en-US classics from yesterday, today en-US and tomorrow.en-US The concert is a benefit en-US performance for Chiles en-US Academy. Donations will be en-US accepted for the academy, a en-US charter school for pregnant en-US and parenting teens and their en-US famien-USlies.en-USStetson Percussion en-US Ensemble: en-US Dan Johnson, en-US director, will lead a musical en-US tour de force by the Stetson en-US University Percussion Studio en-US at 1 p.m. at Lee Chapel in en-US Elizabeth Hall, 421 N. en-US Woodland Blvd., DeLand.en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 822-8950.en-US Stetson Brass Ensembles: en-US The concert will feature the en-US Brass Choir, directed by David en-US Schmidt, performing the en-US Sonata piano e forte by en-US Giovanni Gabrieli. The Horn en-US Ensemble, directed by Kathy en-US Thomas, will perform Eric Ewaen-US -en-US zens Legend of Sleeping en-US Bear. The Trombone Ensemen-US-en-USOuten-USFrom page B3en-US Seeen-US en-US OUT,en-US page B6


B-6 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USble, also directed by Mr. en-US Schmidt, will plaen-US y a sound en-US piece by Joe Buono, Eclipse. en-US Also performing will be the en-US Trumpet Ensemble, directed en-US by Tom Macklin, and the en-US Tuba/Euphonium Ensemble, en-US directed by Ryan Sorenson.en-US The concert will be at 7:30 en-US p.m. at Lee Chapel in en-US Elizabeth Hall 421 N. en-US Woodland Blvd., DeLand. en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 822-8950.en-US Country Classic Concert: en-US Country Singer Bobby Meeks en-US will perform Solid Gold en-US Country Claen-USssics at 2 p.m. at en-US Port Orange Regional Library en-US Auditorium, 1005 City Center en-US Circle. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 852-0963.en-USTuesday, Oct. 23en-USLive Comedy: en-USLive Interacen-US -en-US tive Improv Comedy presenten-US-en-US ed by Random Acts of Insanity en-US is at 8 p.m. at the Cinemaen-US-en-US tique Theater, 242 S. Beach en-US St., Daytona Beach. Tickets en-US are $5. All ages welcome. en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 252-3118.en-US WISE: en-US Report Card on en-US Reducing Homelessness will en-US be discussed from 2 to 3:30 en-US p.m. at DSCs Advanced en-US Technology College, 1770 en-US Technology Blvd., Daytona en-US Beach. Sam Willet, chair of en-US the Commission on Homeen-US -en-US lessness in Volusia and en-US Flagler Counties, will present en-US an update. en-USWISE is open to anyone age en-US 50 or older, for $25 for an en-US individual or $45 per couple en-US per year. en-US For more information, en-US visit en-US,en-US or en-US contacten-US Suzette Cameron en-USat en-US (386) 506-4506 or en-US Suzette.en-US en-USWednesday, Oct. 24en-USWalk:en-US AVA Happy Wanderen-US -en-US ers will host a 5K Fun walk at en-US 6 p.m. at Cassen Park, 1 en-US Beach St., Ormond Beach.en-US en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 256-2160, (386) en-US 214-3890 or visit en-US happywanen-US-en-US Climb to the Moon:en-US en-US Experience spectacular views en-US of the sunset and moonrise en-US from atop the Ponce Inlet en-US Lighthouse at 6:15 p.m. at en-US Ponce De Leon Inlet Lighten-US -en-US house 4931 S. Peninsula en-US Drive, Ponce Inlet. Guests will en-US toast the setting sun with en-US sparkling beverage and enjoy en-US hors doeurves. The event is en-US limited to 25 participants. en-US Tickets must be purchased in en-US advanced. Admission is $35. en-US For more information or a en-US reservation, call (386) en-US 761-1821, ext. 10.en-USThursday, Oct. 25en-USEnchanted Forest:en-US The 27th en-US annual Enchanted Forest en-US hayride will be from Oct. 25 to en-US 27 at Reed Canal Nature en-US Park, 919 Reed Canal Road, en-US South Daytona.en-US Tickets must be purchased en-US in advance at Piggotte en-US Community Center, 504 Big en-US Tree Road. The cost is $3 per en-US person with children 2 and en-US younger free. en-US Local high school drama en-US clubs will perform fairy tale en-US skits along the hayride route. en-US Also there is a face painting en-US station, costumed characters en-US roaming the forest, festive en-US lights, playground and en-US refreshments for sale. en-US For more information, call en-US the South Daytona Parks & en-US Recreation Department at en-US (386) 322-3070.en-US Urban Legends Haunted en-US House:en-US en-US A haunted experience en-US in historic Lake Helen will be en-US from 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. en-US 25 at Lake Helen Equestrian en-USCenter 321 Pleasant St.en-USA portion of the proceeds to en-US go the Lake Helen Boys & Girls en-US Club. Tickets at the door are en-US $10 adult (17 & older), $5 child en-US (8 -16), and free (7 & younger). en-US No refunds. Event is rain or en-US shine. Urban Legends will also en-US be from 6-10 p.m. Friday and en-US Saturday and 6-9 p.m. Sunday.en-US For more information visit Eventsen-USThe Stage at Thank You Five: en-US en-US Stand Up Comedy Night will en-US be at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. en-US 26, at 4606 S. Clyde Morris en-US Blvd. Unit 2N, Port Orange. en-US Local coen-US medians take the en-US stage for a night of laughs. en-US Admission is $10. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) en-US 295-5699 or visit en-US thankyouen-US -en-US Daytona Playhouse: en-USFunny, en-US You Dont Look Like a en-US Grandmother will be en-US performed select nights from en-US Nov. 1-11 at 100 Jessamine en-US Blvd., Daytona Beach. en-US A humorous, heartwarming en-US musical with women who en-US have thrown away the granny en-US glasses and Red Cross shoes, en-US replacing them with cute en-US tennis dresses, skis and a en-US condo. Skits and songs en-US celebrate a new granden-US -en-US mothers relationship to baby en-US and babys parents.en-US Tickets are $22 for seniors, en-US $23 for adults and $14 for en-US youth. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 255-2431 or visit en-US DaytonaPlayhouse.orgen-US.en-US Concert:en-US This n That will en-US perform a fren-US ee concert at en-US 6:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26, at en-US the Shores Pavilion 3048 S. en-US Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach en-US Shores.en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 763-5364. Answers Located in the Classied Section Pumpkin Patch open en-USThe Pumpkin Patch at en-US Graceen-US Lutheran Church is now en-US open at 338 Ocean Shore en-US Blvd., Ormond Beach.en-US The patch is open from 10 en-US a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. en-US For moren-US e information, call en-US (386) 677-9141. en-USFamily Festivalen-USTen-UShe Basilica of St Paul will en-US host the annual International en-US Family Festival from 10 a.m. to en-US 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21, at 317 en-US Mullally Dr., Daytona Beach. en-US Admission is free and open en-US to the public. Food items are en-US reasonably priced. en-US Participants can enjoy food en-US from more than 20 countries. en-US There will be traditional folken-US -en-US loric presentations and other en-US entertainment. Some of the en-US countries are Ireland, Vieten-US-en-US nam, Puerto Rico, Philippines, en-US Colombia, U.S.A. and Mexico.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 334en-US-2004.en-USLifetree Cafeen-USOvercoming regrets and en-US makien-US ng peace with the past en-US will be discussed at Lifetree en-US Cafe at 9:30 a.m. Sen-US unday, Oct. en-US 21, at 142 Fairview Ave., Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach.en-US The program features the en-US filmed story of Chad Arnold, a en-US man wen-US hose need for an organ en-US transplant prompted his en-US brother to volunteer to donate. en-US Arnolds brother died as a en-US result of en-USthe surgery, but en-US Arnold survived.en-US Lifetree Cafe is a place en-US where people gather for conen-US-en-US versation about life and faith en-US in a casual, coen-US mfortable seten-US-en-US ting. The program is free. en-US Refreshments are served and en-US childcare is available.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 451-5223.en-USFall festival at Lourdesen-USOur Lady of Lourdes Cathoen-US-en-US lic Church will host its fall fesen-US -en-US tival from 2 to 10 p.m. Saturen-US -en-US day, Oct. 27, at 1014 N. Halifax en-US Ave., Daytona Beach. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 255-0433.en-USArts and Crafts Showen-USPrinen-US ce of Peace will host its en-US 37th annual Arts and Crafts en-US Show from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. en-US Saturday, Oct. 27, and 8:30 en-US a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28, en-US at 600 S. Nova Road, Ormond en-US Beach.en-US There will be more than 40 en-US booths exhibiting original en-US works of art and crafts. Food en-US and refreshments will be availen-US-en-US able en-US For men-US ore information, call en-US (386) 290-2254.en-USEntertainer will perform en-US at churchen-USRandy Riggle, a national en-US touring entertainen-US er, comedian, en-US story-teller, impersonator, en-US pantomimist and singer will en-US perform at 2 p.m. Saturday, en-US Oct. 27, at Union Congregaen-US -en-US tional Church, 1050 Daytona en-US Ave., Holly Hill. en-US Tickets are $20 and include en-US an ice cream social following en-US the show. Proceeden-US s will benefit en-US disaster relief.en-US For more information, call en-US Carrie Osborn at (386) 872-en-US 7261 or call (386) 253-1323. en-USWorld food fairen-USHoly Cross Orthodox en-US Churchen-US will host its 11th en-US annual Worlds Fare en-US Multi-Ethnic Food Festival en-US from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Saten-US-en-US urday, Oct. 27, at 375 Fleming en-US Ave., Ormond Beach.en-US Sample foods from many en-US countries. Food selections are en-US a la cart at affordable prices. en-US Enjoy pre-recorded, Ethnic en-US Folk Music and much more. en-US Admission is free.en-US For more information, visit en-US en-US or call (386) en-US 677-0640. en-USChapel dedicationen-USThe Christian Healing Cenen-US-en-US ter, based in Ormond Beach, en-US will host an open house and en-US chapel dedication for the Shaen-US-en-US lom Healing Home from 2 to 6 en-US p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28, at 1120 en-US Saul Road, Pierson. en-US The event will include food en-US and a tour of the retreat.en-US Shalom Home Pastors en-US Retreat is a place of refreshing, en-US empowerment and rest for en-US pastors, ministers and church en-US leaders. The retreat is situated en-US on an Oasis of Hope properen-US -en-US ty that has 10.5 acres in a quiet en-US country setting. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 679-9239.en-USHoliday crafters neededen-USCrafters are needed for en-US Tomoka United Methodist en-US Churchen-US s annual holiday en-US bazaar 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saten-US -en-US urday, Nov. 3, at 1000 Old en-US Tomoka Road, Ormond en-US Beach.en-US Crafter tables are $25 each.en-US For more infoen-USrmation, call en-US (386) 295-2232.en-USShow needs vendorsen-USVendors are needed for an en-US arts anden-US crafts show at St. en-US Brendan Catholic Church Saten-US -en-US urday, Nov. 10, and Sunday en-US Nov. 11, at 1000 Ocean Shore en-US Blvd., Ormond Beach. en-US The show will be 9 to 5 p.m. en-US Saturday and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. en-US Sunday.en-US To apply, call Cara OKeefe at en-US (386) 441-3267 oren-US email en-USwroen-US-en-US 18cara@bellsouth.neten-US .en-USGriefshare programen-USFiren-US st United Methodist en-US Church is hosting GriefShare, en-US a 13-week seminar and supen-US -en-US port group foen-US r 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 timeen-US. For questions en-US or to register, en-US visit en-US griefshare.en-US comen-US or call (386) 677-3581.en-USReligion Newsen-USPlant talk en-USRandy Barber/staff photographeren-USRyan and Vanessa McMurry of Ormond-by-the-Sea learn about native en-US plants from Nancy Hull, right, during the sixth annual Tomoka Fest at Tomoen-US -en-US ka State Park in Ormond Beach on Saturday, Oct. 6. Ms. Ms. Hull is a memen-US-en-US ber of the PawPaw Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society. en-USOuten-USFrom page B5


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