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Hometown news (Ormond Beach, FL).
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en-USSchool board extends en-US superintendent for one yearen-USVolusia County School Board narrowly voted to en-US add one year to Superintendent Tom Russells conen-US-en-US tract, a move in direct opposition to calls from the en-US teachers union to terminate him. en-US From my perspective, we are sitting at a crossen-US -en-US roads, a place where a very important decision must en-US be made, said Elizabeth Albert, union president, en-US during the public participation portion of the reguen-US -en-US lar school board meeting Oct. 23 in DeLand. I en-US believe that the future of our district our employees en-US and, most importantly the success of our students, en-US depends upon a decision made by (the board).en-US Board members did not comment, other than to en-US congratulate Ms. Albert on her new position as presen-US-en-US ident of Volusia United Educators, the group that, en-US five days prior to the board meeting, called for en-US the board to terminate Mr. Russell. The union en-US cited teacher vacancies, declaring an impasse at en-US one point in the slow contract negotiations this en-US year, and low school grades of C or below at en-US most of the districts elementary schools as reaen-US -en-US sons for a change in leadership. en-US Following action items and presentations en-US throughout the meeting, which included the boards en-US passage of the new collective bargaining agreement, en-US Board Member Ida Wright broached the subject of en-US Mr. Russells contract and possible extension.en-US With Board Members Carl Persis and John Hill en-US dissenting, Ms. Wright, Melody Johnson and Board en-US Chair Linda Cuthbert defended Mr. Russell and en-US ultimately voted to add a year to his contract.en-US It is only a one-year extension to give us time, en-US Ms. Cuthbert said. Lets give it a chance for our disen-US -en-US trict en-US to en-US work en-US in en-US harmony with en-US our en-US unions. Lets give it time for us to find en-US what we really want, especially with one or two new en-US board members coming in (after election).en-US Mr. Persis resisted the idea, saying the new board en-US members wouldnt need a year to decide what they en-US might want to do in regards to Mr. Russells contract, en-US but Ms. Johnson disagreed, saying what the district en-USLeading up to the Nov. 6 en-US election, Hometown News en-US offers these candidate proen-US -en-US files of county and municipal en-US candidates.en-US These posts are non-partien-US-en-US san, meaning anyone can en-US vote on them regardless of en-US their party affiliation.en-US The top vote-getter wins in en-US all of these elections. Some of en-US the races will be up for elecen-US-en-US tion for the first time since en-US there were only two candien-US -en-US dates to qualify. In Ormond en-US Beach, there are more than en-US two candidates in some en-US races, but the top vote-getter en-US still wins.en-US For more information en-US about voting, including a en-US sample ballot, call (386) 736-en-US 5930 or visit en-USvolusiaelections.en-US org.en-US Daytona Beach en-US Commissioner Zone 1en-US Danny Fuqua, 54, received en-US 405 votes or 21.72 percent in en-US the primary. He grew up in en-US Edwards, en-US Miss., and en-US is retired en-US after 29 en-US years of en-US military en-US service.en-US Mr. en-US Fuqua en-US earned en-US bachelors en-US and masen-US -en-US ters en-US degrees in business adminisen-US -en-US tration from Liberty Univeren-US -en-US sity.en-US Ruth Trager, 79, the en-US incumen-US -en-US bent, was en-US elected in en-US 2014. She en-US received en-US 659 votes en-US or 35.3 en-US percent in en-US the primaen-US-en-US ry. Born in en-US New York, en-US she has en-US been a en-US Daytona Beach resident since en-US age 13.en-USElection Preview: en-US Municipal elections en-USHolly Hill resident en-US returns from en-US Peace Corps worken-USArthur Jerome AJ Byrnes en-US just spent 27 months of his en-US life assisting Mongolian en-US school children as a member en-US of the Peace Corps. en-US The Byrnes name may be en-US familiar as his father is Holly en-US Hill City Commissioner en-US Arthur J. Byrnes.en-US But its not too familiar in en-US Omnogovi, Mongolia, which en-US was AJ Byrnes home for two en-US years after spending three en-US months in training in Zuunen-US -en-US buren, Mongolia. en-US The native Floridian, who en-US has a bachelors degree in en-US Homeland Security from en-US Embry-Riddle Aeronautical en-US University, is hoping to blend en-US the security training with his en-US international development en-US experience, a career he is en-US pursuing.en-US I had graduated and en-US wanted to do some sort of en-US service to my country, said en-US Mr. Byrnes, 26. I didnt realen-US-en-US ly have an interest in military en-US service and Peace Corps en-US (which is a government en-US agency) allowed me to do en-US that. I got one room of a en-US school built because we en-US needed new chairs and I en-US worked with the (Rotary en-US Club) here to get that done. en-US We help the teachers be beten-US-en-US ter at teaching English and en-US the math teachers teach en-US mathematics in the Western en-US style. The end goal of Peace en-US Corps is that it isnt needed.en-US DeBary/Deltona/Orange en-US City Rotary Club donated en-US the funds for desks at the en-US school, said former Volusia en-US County Councilwoman Pat en-US Northey. This was our en-US International Service Project en-US and we were excited to help en-US out. What an awesome kid en-US and project.en-US The desire to travel hit him en-US at the end of college.en-US I got a good taste of living en-US abroad when I lived in Geren-US -en-US many . for six months. en-US That gave me a bug for wanten-US -en-US ing to be abroad and experien-US en-USTeachers en-US union en-US gets en-US new en-US leaderen-USAfter 15 years serving as en-US president of the Volusia Uniten-US-en-US ed Educators Association, en-US Andrew Spar will now serve as en-US vice president of the Florida en-US Education Association. en-US I am excited to represent en-US our teachers and staff at the en-US state level, Mr. Spar said in a en-US news release. I am also sad to en-US be leaving my position as VUE en-US president, after serving for en-US more than 15 years. en-US Mr. Spar officially relinen-US -en-US quished his position with VUE en-US Oct. 26, with Elizabeth Albert, en-US formerly the VUE executive en-US vice president for instructional en-US staff, selected and confirmed en-US as his successor. To ensure a en-US smooth transition, Mr. Spar en-US said he will work closely with en-US Ms. Albert over the next few en-US weeks and continue handling en-USSea of pinken-USRandy Barber/staff photographeren-USAnita Blasko and her daughter, Haley, 15, of Daytona Beach walk in honor en-US of Karen Schulz during the annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of en-US Volusia-Flagler Walk over Main Street Bridge on Saturday, Oct. 27. Ms. Shulen-US -en-US tz is the front office clerk at Atlantic High School and a cancer survivor. Vol. 13, No. 42 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsVolusia.com Friday, Nov. 2, 2018 ORMOND BEACH DA YT ONA BEACH HOLLY HILL en-USAnnual festival will be filled en-US with food and dancing Entertainment B1 en-USGO GREEK! en-USIndex Business A7 Classified B7 Crossword B6 Horoscopes B1 Out & About B1 Police Report A5 Sports A15 Viewpoint A6 en-US@HometownNewsVolusia @Hometownnewsvolusia @HVolusi 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 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! Christmas stockings for en-USsoldiers and veteransen-USSend troops and local veteren-US -en-US ans a little taste of home for en-US the holidays. en-US Woodward Cremation and en-US Funeral Services is one of hunen-US -en-US dreds of Veterans & Family en-US Memorial Care providers en-US across America participating en-US in the 11th annual Christmas en-US Stockings for Soldiers & Veteren-US -en-US ans. en-US Through Dec. 1 stop in and en-US pick-up a free Christmas en-US stocking to take home, decoen-US -en-US rate and stuff with cheer. en-GBCommunity en-GB Notesen-USSeeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A2 Don't forget en-USto set en-US clocks back en-US one hour en-US this en-US Sunday.en-USFall en-US Backen-US Photo courtesy of AJ Byrnesen-USAJ Byrnes of Holly Hill, in native Mongolian clothen-US -en-US ing, worked as a Peace Corps volunteer for 27 en-US months. en-USBy Gina McKeeen-USgmckee@hometownnewsol.comen-US Seeen-US en-US BOARD,en-US page A2en-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsdy@hometownnewsol.comen-US Seeen-US en-US ELECTION,en-US page A4en-USBy Diane M. Careyen-USdcarey@hometownnewsol.comen-US Seeen-US en-US PEACE,en-US page A10en-USBy Gina McKeeen-USgmckee@hometownnewsol.comen-US Seeen-US en-US TEACHERS,en-US page A2 en-USD. Fuqua en-USR. Trageren-US Car buying en-US countdown en-US Part II Personal Finance A9 en-USPLAN STRONGER

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A-2 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USWoodward will either ship en-US or deliver the stockings at their en-US expense to troops abroad and en-US veterans at home. en-US Participants may stop by en-US from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. en-US Monday to Friday at 1780 en-US Ocean Shore Blvd. Ormond en-US Beach.en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 441-1010.en-USLearn about turkeysen-USEnvironmental Discovery en-US Center will host two programs en-US on turkeys. en-US Elementary Explorers will en-US meet from 2 to 3 p.m. Saturen-US -en-US day, Nov. 3.en-US Little Learners: Turkeys will en-US meet from 10 to 11 a.m. Frien-US -en-US day, Nov. 9.en-US The center is at 601 Divien-US -en-US sion Ave., Ormond Beach.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 615-7081.en-USTravel club to meeten-USThe Port Orange Recreen-US -en-US ational Travel Club will meet en-US at 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 9, at the en-US Palmetto Club, 1000 S. Beach en-US St., Daytona Beach. en-US The non-profit, senior seren-US -en-US vice organization is for anyone en-US 55 and older.en-US To make a lunch reservation, en-US call (386) 304-4791.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 788-9452.en-USGuided walk en-US of The Loopen-USThe Ormond Scenic Loop en-US and Trail Corridor will host its en-US Fall Guided Trail Walk at 10 en-US a.m. Saturday, Nov. 3. en-US Dr. Don Spence, biologist en-US and certified arborist, will en-US guide the the two-hour walk en-US and discussion of the natural en-US history and plants of the area.en-US It will begin at the pull-off at en-US Gate B12 on Walter Boardman en-US Lane, just west of the bridge at en-US Bulow Creek. There is addien-US -en-US tional parking at the bridge. en-US There is no fee and no need en-US to pre-register. en-US For more information, email en-US Rob Bird at en-USrbird1@cfl.rr.com.en-USHerb Society sponsors en-US plant sale en-USThe Seaside Herb Society of en-US Ormond Beach will host a en-US herb and plant sale from 8 a.m. en-US to 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3, on en-US the grounds of Baileys Riveren-US -en-US bridge Meeting House located en-US at 1 N. Beach St. in Ormond en-US Beach. en-US For more information, call en-US Denny Lee Snyder at (443) 497-en-US 0044 or visiten-US seasideherbsocien-US-en-US ety.com. 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. MAY Same day Smile in your Hometown 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S rf ntnbrfr r fn rf nnnnntnnb nnntnnb n At Cardinal Oral Surgery, we use the latest technology and techniques in oral surgery to provide our patients with the best quality care. We are a full service oce, and therefore, are able to provide our patients with a new smile the same day that dental implants are placed. No need to travel outside of our area to receive a beautiful smile! Call our oce, or attend one of our seminars to nd out more about how we can help you gain the condence to smile again.nComplimentary Dental Implant Seminarnn nnrnn 0% APR for 36 Months PLUS CARRIER COOL CASH REBATE UP TO $1525 Ask dealer for details Save Your Energy for More Important Things. 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(Mr. Spar) has done en-US incredible work in Volusia and en-US I know he will do incredible en-US work at the en-US state level. en-US Mr. Spar, en-US along with en-US Fedrick en-US Ingram, en-US who was en-US elected en-US President en-US of FEA, and en-US Carole en-US Gauronskas, en-US who was en-US elected secretary-treasurer, en-US ran on a platform to be more en-US pro-active and aggressive in en-US fighting for Floridas public en-US schools, the people who work en-US there and Floridas children. en-US The team upset the incumbent en-US leadership with a significant en-US margin of victory, according to en-US the VUE news release.en-US Relations between Volusia en-US County School Board memen-US -en-US bers and VUE leadership have en-US been strained during an en-US impasse in collective bargainen-US -en-US ing, and during the Oct. 23 en-US school board meeting in en-US DeLand, Ms. Albert addressed en-US board members with a theen-US -en-US matic question: Where do we en-US go from here?en-US Do we find solutions to the en-US problems we are facing that en-US are acceptable and reasonable en-US to all, or do we impose what en-US we want upon others just en-US because we have the legal abilien-US -en-US ty to do so? Ms. Albert said. en-US My hope is that we set our en-US personal differences aside and en-US get down to the work of moven-US -en-US ing our district forward in a en-US positive direction My hope is en-US that trust will be restored, and en-US that our district will realize en-US that the teachers and support en-US staff are not the enemy.en-US As she works closely with en-US Mr. Spar during the transitionen-US -en-US al weeks ahead, Ms. Albert en-US said she hopes the board and en-US VUE can find common en-US ground and work together for en-US a better future.en-US We dont win by destroying en-US others, we win by working for en-US the advancement of all stakeen-US -en-US holders, Ms. Albert said. en-US Finally, my hope is that we en-US can create a pathway that will en-US allow for an extended period en-US of calm and peace within en-US Volusia County Schools.en-US needs right now is stability.en-US I have principals that are en-US nervous they want to know en-US are we going to let someone en-US else dictate who we hire and en-US fire, or are we going to make en-US the decision for the taxpayer? en-US Ms. Johnson said. When we en-US get into these discussions, en-US everybody is listening. It does en-US take time. I feel like were this en-US close from a breakthrough. We en-US need stability.en-US The district should focus on en-US the positives, and give Mr. en-US Russell time to work on coren-US -en-US recting the negatives, Ms. en-US Cuthbert said.en-US I would like to give him the en-US chance, just like we would give en-US a teacher who slips we dont en-US just toss them out, we work en-US with them, we improve them, en-US Ms. Cuthbert said. Its only a en-US one-year extension to give a en-US person a little time to turn en-US things around. We dont know en-US what our graduation rate will en-US be this year. We dont know en-US what our school grade will be en-US this year. I also want time for en-US our new leadership with our en-US unions to work with this.en-US The extension, once put to a en-US vote, passed 3-2, with Ms. en-US Wright, Ms. Cuthbert and Ms. en-US Johnson voting in favor and en-US Mr. Hill and Mr. Persis voting en-US against.en-USTeachers en-USFrom page A1en-USBoarden-USFrom page A1 en-USMr. Spar en-USNotesen-USFrom page A1en-US Seeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A3

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The program is en-US seeking volunteer tax preparen-US -en-US ers, client facilitators, those en-US who can provide technical and en-US management assistance and en-US interpreters. Every level of en-US experience is welcome. Volunen-US -en-US teer tax preparers complete tax en-US preparation training and IRS en-US certification.en-US Last year, in Florida District en-US 15 (East-Central Volusia en-US County), Tax-Aide volunteers en-US helped more than 3,000 people en-US file their federal tax returns. en-US The program is offered at seven-US -en-US eral sites throughout the Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach area. en-US For more information about en-US volunteer opportunities and an en-US online application, visit en-US daytoen-US -en-US nataxaide.orgen-US or aarpfoundaen-US-en-US tion.org/taxaide en-US or call (888) en-US 687-2277). en-USTen-UShese days there is a en-US multitude of angry en-US Americans. en-USNo, wait, angry is too en-US benign a word. Incensed, en-US outraged or infuriated would en-US be more accurate. We see it on en-US the news almost every day. en-US People attacking the police or en-US politicians they dont agree en-US with. en-US It reached a crescendo with en-US Justice Brett Kavanaughs en-US nomination and appointment en-US to the Supreme Court. A en-US portion of the population was en-US enraged and seemingly out of en-US control. We all saw the en-US pictures of women (ladies?) en-US clawing at the doors of the en-US highest court in the land. To en-US me that looked like a scene en-US from a third world country en-US and not from the shining en-US example of democracy that is en-US our United States. en-US Just recently I saw a film of en-US demonstrators throwing rocks en-US and bottles at the police while en-US an American flag burned in en-US the background. There has en-US been repeated scenes of our en-US elected officials being en-US harassed as they attempt to en-US have dinner with their en-US families. It seems all decorum en-US is lost and no one is offering en-US any solutions. The right en-US complains about the lawlessen-US -en-US ness, but does little to combat en-US it while the left seems intent en-US on pretending it is not en-US happening at all. I suppose it en-US has to fall to me to be the en-US problem solver. en-US To that end I have but one en-US word for you: DONUTS! Not en-US just any donuts, I am talking en-US about warm, greasy, sugary, en-US glazed Krispy Kreme donuts. en-US If the security at the Supreme en-US Court had ordered 10 or 12 en-US dozen hot Krispy Kremes and en-US had them distributed to the en-US protestors who had gathered en-US outside, much of the violence en-US may have been quelled. en-US Look, I dont mean to en-US diminish the reasons for the en-US public demonstrations. I en-US understand Justice Kavanaugh en-US was put on the Supreme Court en-US despite accusations of abuse en-US against women. A noble cause en-US for protestors to be sure. Im en-US only saying it is hard to stay en-US angry while eating donuts. en-US Do you think those women en-US clawing at the doors would en-US not have taken a time out en-US when the Krispy Kremes en-US arrived? Heck, no matter what en-US I am doing, the odor of a en-US dozen warm donuts will stop en-US me in my tracks every time. I en-USam betting few could resist.en-US The uniformed thugs of en-US Antifa look and act mean, but en-US I think even they would have en-US to pause for a couple donuts. It en-US is almost impossible to eat hot en-US donuts without smiling. en-US Donuts will calm the savage en-US beasts. en-US For that matter, I believe en-US our international representaen-US -en-US tives should consider introen-US -en-US ducing donut diplomacy to en-US our enemies in places like Iran en-US and North Korea. I dont see en-US Kim Jong Un turning down a en-US box of Krispy Kremes. I know en-US if I had to deal with a foreign en-US dictator, I would prefer to do it en-US over a dozen donuts. en-US You know as well as I, you en-US cannot eat glazed donuts en-US without licking your fingers. en-US If President Trump could get en-US President Putin licking his en-US fingers, he would be on a path en-US to a successful negotiation. en-US I challenge you to try it. If en-US there is soen-US meone who is a en-US thorn in your side, casually en-US pass around a box of donuts. en-US A truce will have to ensue if en-US only temporarily. en-US Look, I know our country is en-US more divided than I can ever en-US remember, and the problems en-US we face are diverse and en-US difficult to solve. We need en-US some common ground and en-US Im saying that common en-US ground is spelled D-O-N-U-en-US T-S or is it doughnuts? Oh no en-US is that one more thing we cant en-US agree on? en-US Dan Smith is on the board of en-US directors for the Ormond Beach en-US Historical Society and The en-US Motor Racing Heritage en-US Association and is the author en-US of two books, The Worlds en-US Greatest Beach and I Swear en-US the Snook Drowneen-US d. Email en-US questions and comments to en-US fishwdan@att.net en-US or call (386) en-US 441-7793.en-USClosing the division of America en-USLAND LINESen-USDAN SMITH Volunteers needed for AARP tax aid en-USMotorcycle officers from the en-US Volusia County Sheriffs en-US Office and across the country en-US will battle it out for top prizes en-US and bragging rights Saturday, en-US Nov.3, at the fourth annual en-US Bruce Rossmeyers Destinaen-US-en-US tion Daytona Battle of the en-US Badges Motorcycle Skills en-US Challenge.en-US The VCSO Charity Comen-US -en-US mittee and Hamlin & Associen-US -en-US ates will present the event, en-US which benefits the Florida en-US Sheriffs Youth Ranches and en-US the Volusia Sheriffs Youth en-US Foundation. Admission and en-US parking is free for spectators.en-US Opening ceremonies start at en-US 8 a.m. and the challenge ends en-US at 4 p.m. at 1637 N. U.S. 1, en-US Ormond Beach.en-US For more information, visit en-US badgebattle.org.en-USBattle of the Badges tests motorcycle skillsen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsdy@hometownnewsol.comen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsdy@hometownnewsol.com en-USTickets 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.en-USFirst ride to stop en-US suicide poker runen-USHalifax Health will present en-US the inaugural Ride to Stop en-US Suicide Poker Run Saturday, en-US Nov. 3. en-US The motorcycle ride will en-USNotesen-USFrom page A2en-US Seeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A6

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A-4 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USMs. Trager is a business en-US owner and, with her husband, en-US owen-US ns several properties in en-US Daytona Beach, including the en-US historic, 123-year-old Kress en-US building. She attended college en-US and served as president of the en-US Halifax Historical Museum. en-US She is a member of the Daytoen-US -en-US na en-US Beach Economic Developen-US -en-US ment Advisory Board, and has en-US served on numerous other en-US boards and committees in the en-US city.en-US Commissioner Zone 3en-US Quanita May, 47, received en-US 355 votes or en-US 24.6 percent en-US in the prien-US -en-US mary.en-US She en-US was born in en-US Cape Town, en-US South Afrien-US -en-US ca. Ms. May en-US earned an en-US associate en-US degree en-US from Dayen-US -en-US tona State en-US College, a bachelors degree en-US from the University of Central en-US Florida anen-US d a masters degree en-US in marketing from Webster en-US University in Orlando.en-US She vice chair of the Daytoen-US -en-US na Beach Downtown Redevelen-US -en-US opment Board and is a 14-year en-US local business woman.en-US Amy Pyle, 56, received 503 en-US votes or 34.9 percent in the en-US primary. She is a New York en-US nen-US ative, and is both self-emen-US-en-US ployed and self-taught.en-US Ms. Pyle serves on the en-US Beachside Redevelopmenen-US t en-US Board and Citizens 4 Responen-US -en-US sible Develen-US-en-US opment.en-US She was en-US secretary of en-US the en-US Beachside en-US Neighboren-US -en-US hood Watch en-US from 2015 en-US to 2017. She en-US also is en-US co-fen-US ounder en-US of DaytonaBeachUniversity.en-US com, an online citizen en-US resource.en-US Commissioner Zone 5en-US Katienna Brown-Gardner, en-US 32, is a lifelong Daytona Beach en-US resident. en-US She graduen-US-en-US ated from en-US Spruce en-US Creek High en-US Schools en-US Internaen-US -en-US tional Bacen-US-en-US calaureate en-US program in en-US 2003 and en-US attended en-US Daytona en-US State College.en-US Ms. Brown-Gardner is Pasen-US-en-US tor of the Cathedral of Faith en-US World Ministries in Daytona en-US Beach.en-US Dannette Henry, 47, the en-US incumbent, is a lifelong Daytoen-US-en-US na Beach en-US resident.en-US A local en-US educator en-US and busien-US-en-US ness owner, en-US she earned a en-US bachelors en-US degree in en-US elementary en-US education en-US from Florien-US-en-US da A&M en-US University. She has sponsored en-US events in her zone, such as a en-US Community Cleanup.en-US Ormond Beach Mayoren-US Rob Bridger, 70, has lived in en-US Ormond Beach since 1989. He en-US is originally from Newport en-US News, Va.en-US Mr. en-US Bridger en-US earned a en-US bachelors en-USdegree in en-US psychology en-US and a masen-US -en-US ters degree en-US in counselen-US-en-US ing, both en-US from Steten-US-en-US son Univeren-US -en-US sity; and a en-US masters degree in public en-US administration, from Florida en-US State University.en-US He has 35 years of state goven-US -en-US ernment experience and is a en-US three-term president of The en-US Trails Homeowners Associaen-US -en-US tion, but it is his first running en-US for public office. He is retired en-US as a regional administrator for en-US the Florida Department of en-US Health.en-US Bill Partington, 50 is the en-US incumbent. He has served the en-US City of Ormond Beach 13 en-US years including the last two en-US years as mayor. Previously he en-US was deputy mayor and Zone 4 en-US commissioner.en-US A lifelong en-US Ormond en-US Beach resien-US-en-US dent. Mr. en-US Partington en-US earned a en-US juris docen-US-en-US torate from en-US Loyola en-US School of en-US Law in en-US New Orleen-US-en-US ans and is en-US in practice as an attorney and en-US trial division chief.en-US Commissioner Zone 1en-US Kathy Maloney Johnson, 62, en-US grew up all en-US over the en-US U.S., but en-US calls en-US Ormond en-US Beach en-US home.en-US Ms. Johnen-US-en-US son earned en-US a bachelors en-US in fine arts en-US from Indiana University and a en-US masters degree in library scien-US -en-US ence from Rollins College. She en-US is an art teacher.en-US This is her first time to run en-US for public office.en-US Dwight Selby, 63, is the en-US incumbent. He is a Wilmette, en-US Ill., nen-US ative. He was elected to en-US the commission in 2016.en-US Mr. Selby en-US earned a en-US bachelors en-US degree from en-US DePaul Unien-US-en-US versity in en-US Chicago and en-US works in the en-US commercial en-US real estate en-US field.en-US Commission Zone 2en-US Joe Dugan, 31, was born in en-US New Smyrna Beach. He has no en-US political experience, but is a en-US personal banker with six years en-US of banking en-US experience.en-US He isen-US an en-US environen-US -en-US mentalist en-US and memen-US -en-US ber of the en-US Sierra Club.en-US David en-US Glasser, 67, en-US is an attoren-US -en-US ney in prien-US-en-US vate practice. He has practiced en-US law since 1988.en-US Mr. Glasser is originally en-US from Valley Stream, N.Y. en-US Before becoming an attorney, en-US he worked as a special educaen-US-en-US tion teacher. He earned a en-US bachelors en-US degree in en-US sociology en-US from Ruten-US -en-US gers Unien-US-en-US versity, a en-US masters en-US degree in en-US educational en-US psychology en-US from the en-US University en-USof Connecticut and a juris en-US doctorate from Nova Southen-US -en-US eastern Law School in South en-US Florida. It is his first time to en-US run for public office.en-US Troy Kent, 43, is a lifelong en-US local resident and the incumen-US -en-US bent.en-US Mr. Kent earned a bachelors State License CCC1329185 CRC1329768 ALL Work Fully Guranteed Cell: 386.986.6083Get Your Home Ready for the Holidays!EMERGENCY CALLS WELCOMEOce Manager Debbie386-447-7633MrJeHandyman2TheRescue@gmail.com Awnings: Installed Only Appliance: Installed Only Assembly: Toys Furniture Gym Equipment More Attic Insulation Attic Flooring Attic Stairs Balconies: Repaired Paint Stain Power Wash Bathrooms: Full or Partial Remodel Showers Re-Done Grab Bars Tile Vanities Fixtures Paint Carpentry: Interior Exterior Caulking: Sinks Tubs Windows Doors & More Ceiling: Install Remove Repair Texture Paint Closets: Shelves Organizers Additional Closets Built Paint Decks: Build Repairs Remove Power Wash Paint Stain Doggie Doors Doors: All Types Installed Replaced Repair Door Knobs Door Locks Screen Doors Driveways: Walkways Power Wash Paint Stain Drywall: Install Remove Repair Tape Spackle Texture Paint Dryer Vents: Clean Out To Avoid Fires Fences & Gates: Installed Removed Repaired Paint Stain Power Wash Flooring: Tile Wood Laminate Linoleum Replaced Removed Installed Garage Floors: Power Washed Painted Stained & More!Servicing All Your Home Repair Needs From the Smallest Job to the Largest! 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. www.RivieraHollyHill.com Independent Living Assisted Living AL#9473 en-USdegree in elementary educaen-US-en-US tion from the University of en-US Central Florida and a masters en-US degree in educational leaderen-US -en-US ship from Nova Southeastern en-US University.en-US He has en-US served as a en-US commisen-US-en-US sioner since en-US November en-US 2003 and en-US deputy en-US mayor since en-US 2016.en-US He is en-US assistant en-US principal at en-US Ormond en-US Beach Miden-US-en-US dle School.en-US Commission Zone 3en-US Sandy Kauffman, 53, has en-US been an Ormond Beach resien-US -en-US dent since 1992 and was born en-US in Reading, Pa. She is a Readen-US -en-US ing Area Community College en-US graduate.en-US Ms. Kauffman is a 20-year en-US Volusia County Deputy Court en-US Clerk, currently serving in the en-US courtroom with Judge Stasia en-US Warren and en-US Judge A. en-US Kathleen en-US McNeilly.en-US This is en-US her first en-US time runen-US-en-US ning for en-US public en-US office. She is en-US a member en-US of Mercy en-US For Anien-US-en-US mals, en-US CANDO2, Ormond Beach en-US Historical Society, Sons of the en-US Beach, Ormond Beach Chamen-US -en-US ber Of Commerce and en-US Ormond Mainstreet.en-US Susan S. Persis, 62, is a en-US retired principal and serves on en-US the Quality of Life Board for en-US the City of Ormond Beach. en-US She also was president of the en-US Florida Association of School en-US Administrators.en-US She was en-US born in en-US Daytona en-US Beach and en-US earned a en-US bachelors en-US elementary en-US education en-US and a masen-US -en-US ters degree en-US in educaen-US-en-US tional leaden-US-en-US ership.en-US Commission Zone 4en-US Barry duMoulin, 63, is origen-US -en-US inally from Massachusetts. He en-US has earned a bachelors degree en-US in busien-USness administration, en-US Police Academy Certification, en-US Maritime Law Enforcement en-US Certification and FEMA certien-US-en-US fications.en-US Mr. en-US duMoulin en-US has no prior en-US history runen-US-en-US ning for en-US office. He is en-US president of en-US a homeen-US -en-US owners en-US association en-US in a neighen-US-en-US borhood en-US with 97 en-US homes.en-US Rob Littleton, 33, is the en-US incumbent, first elected in en-US 2016.en-US Mr. Littleton is originally en-US from Baltimore, Md., and en-US earned a en-US degree in en-US accounting en-US technology en-US from Dayen-US -en-US tona State en-US College and en-US is a small en-US business en-US owner.en-US David en-US Romeo, 51, is originally from en-US Massena, N.Y.en-US He earned a bachelors en-US degren-US ee in aeronautical studies en-USfrom Emben-US-en-US ry-Riddle en-US Aeronautien-US -en-US cal Univeren-US -en-US sity.en-US He has no en-US political en-US experience, en-US but has en-US served en-US on en-US the board en-US of director en-US of the Voluen-US -en-US sia Manufacturing Associaen-US-en-US tion. He is en-USa sales engineer for en-US Miller Leaman Inc., heading en-US up all sales and marketing for en-US the Daytona Beach company.en-USElection sign recyclingen-USThis year politicians can en-US keep election signs out of en-US the landfill. en-US Candidates or their supen-US -en-US porters can take unwanted en-US signs to the nearest club en-US office or party headquarters. en-US Signs will be taken to Southen-US -en-US ards Recycling, 1290 Turnen-US -en-US bull Bay Road, New Smyrna en-US Beach.en-US For more information, en-US call or text Suze Peace at en-US (386) 837-5469 or email en-US 4sfpeace@bellsouth.net.en-USRide free to the polls en-USVotran and the Volusia en-US County Elections Office are en-US partnering to offer free rides en-US to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 6, en-US for registered voters with a en-US valid voter ID.en-US To find your precinct, en-US visit volusiaelections.org.en-US en-US For more information on en-US Votran, call (386) 761-7700 en-US or visit en-US votran.org. en-USElectionen-USFrom page A1 en-USQ. May en-USA. Pyle en-USBrown-Gardner en-USD. Henry en-USB. Partington en-USR. Bridger en-USK. Johnson en-USD. Selby en-UST. Kent en-USJ. Dugan en-USD. Glasser en-USR. Littleton en-USS. Persis en-USB. du Moulin en-USD. Romeo en-USS. Kauffman

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Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill A-5 Daytona Beach en-USPolice Departmenten-USKaeidra A. Chavis, 25, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 19 and charged with en-US aggravated assault with a en-US deadly weapon. Bail was not en-US set. en-US Sam A. Titus, 22, of Daytoen-US-en-US na Beach, was arrested Oct. 19 en-US and charged with domestic en-US battery by strangulation. Bail en-US was not set. en-US Kevin David Williams, 29, en-US of Daytona Beach, was arresten-US -en-US ed Oct. 19 and charged with en-US possession of cannabis with en-US intent to sell, possession of en-US methamphetamine with intent en-US to sell, possession Schedule IV en-US substance with intent to sell, en-US possession of paraphernalia en-US and possession of cocaine with en-US intent to sell. Bail was not set. en-US Glenn Carter, 19, of Daytoen-US -en-US na Beach, was arrested Oct. 19 en-US and charged with possession en-US of cannabis and resisting an en-US officer without violence. Bail en-US was set at $1,000. en-US Charnta L. Laboo, 20, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 20 and charged with en-US aggravated battery on a pregen-US -en-US nant person. Bail was not set. en-US Zaaliyah B. Bostic, 19, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 20 and charged with en-US aggravated battery on a pregen-US -en-US nant person. Bail was not set. en-US James A. Stephens, 81, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 20 and charged with en-US grand theft. Bail was not set. en-US Threshawn D. Smith, 22, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 20 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of Schedule II suben-US-en-US stance, trafficking in heroin en-US and resisting without violence. en-US Bail was set at $53,000.en-US Wendell Lee Hills, 49, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 21 and charged with sexen-US -en-US ual battery with a deadly en-US weapon/force and domestic en-US battery by strangulation. Bail en-US was not set.en-US Theron Gregory Mims, 40, en-US of Daytona Beach, was arresten-US -en-US ed Oct. 21 and charged with en-US possession with intent to sell en-US manufacture or deliver. Bail en-US was set at $2,500. en-US Michael A. Rabideau, 30, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 21 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of a weapon by a felon en-US and aggravated assault with a en-US deadly weapon. Bail was not en-US set. en-US Tianna O. Millar, 22, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 22 and charged with en-US grand theft. Bail was set at en-US $1,000. en-US Dylan W. Lovell, 23, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 23 and charged with tresen-US -en-US passing on property other en-US than structure/conveyance, en-US possession of paraphernalia en-US and possession of methamen-US-en-US phetamine. Bail was set at en-US $3,500. en-US Leven R. Render Jr., 24, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 23 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of a Schedule IV suben-US -en-US stance. Bail was set at $2,500. en-US Barbara A. Todd, 63, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 23 and charged with caren-US -en-US rying a concealed firearm and en-US possession of a weapon by a en-US felon. Bail was set at $12,500.en-US Luis M. Villalon, 31, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 24 and charged with en-US introduction of contraband en-US into detention facility. Bail was en-US not set. en-US Traymonde Devon Richen-US-en-US ardson, 21, of Daytona Beach, en-US was arrested Oct. 24 and en-US charged with aggravated en-US assault with a firearm and en-US attempted robbery with a fireen-US -en-US arm. Bail was set at $35,000.en-US Joseph D. Gigliotti, 31, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 24 and charged with en-US aggravated assault with a en-US deadly weapon and domestic en-US battery by strangulation. Bail en-US was not set. en-US David Gaemes, 24, of Dayen-US en-UStona Beach, was arrested Oct. en-US 24 and charged with criminal en-US mischief and aggravated en-US assault with a deadly weapon. en-US Bail was not set. en-US David James MacGonegal, en-US 50, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested Oct. 24 and charged en-US with domestic battery by en-US strangulation. Bail was not set. en-US Patrick Joseph Benedetto en-US Jr., 42, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested Oct. 25 and charged en-US with possession of a Schedule en-US II substance. Bail was not set. en-US Amber L. Sexton, 31 of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 25 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of paraphernalia and en-US possession of heroin. Bail was en-US set at $3,000. en-US Vetrick M. Shavers Jr., 20, en-US of Daytona Beach, was arresten-US -en-US ed Oct 25 and charged with en-US fleeing or attempting to elude, en-US lights and siren active, grand en-US theft of a motor vehicle, trafen-US -en-US ficking in heroin, trafficking en-US in fentanyl, possession of en-US hydrocodone and possession en-US of cocaine. Bail was not set.en-US Daishun J. Scott, 21, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 25 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of Hydrocodone, heren-US -en-US oin and cocaine, and resisting en-US an officer without violence. en-US Bail was set at $5,000.en-US Carla Marie Tucker, 56, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 25 and charged with sale en-US of cocaine within 1,000 feet of en-US a park. Bail was not set. en-US Larry S. Wallace, 27, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 25 and charged with buren-US -en-US glary of a dwelling and resisten-US -en-US ing an officer without vioen-US -en-US lence. Bail was set at $3,000. en-US Mitchell Wayne Hesson, en-US 72, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested Oct. 25 and charged en-US with burglary with battery. en-US Bail was not set. en-US Willie J. Jackson Jr., 37, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 25 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of cocaine. Bail was set en-US at $2,000. en-US Travis J. Thomas, 31, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 25 and charged with en-US resisting without violence, en-US possession of cocaine with en-US intent to sell, possession of en-US paraphernalia and cannabis. en-US Bail was set at $8,000. en-US Shatajae L. Sloan, 20, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 25 and charged with child en-US abuse and aggravated battery en-US on a pregnant person. Bail was en-US not set. en-USOrmond Beach en-US Police Departmenten-USRebecca Jean Andolina, en-US 40, of Ormond Beach, was en-US arrested Oct. 19 and charged en-US with possession of ampheten-US-en-US amine and trespassing on an en-US unoccupied structure. Bail was en-US not set. en-US Andre Kenroy Osbourne, en-US 34, of Ormond Beach, was en-US arrested Oct. 20 and charged en-US with sale of cannabis within en-US 1,000 feet of park. Bail was not en-US set. en-US Renee P. Walker, 25, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 22 and charged with tamen-US -en-US pering with a witness and baten-US -en-US tery. Bail was set at $2,500. en-US Christine L. Goeke, 52, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 24 and charged with en-US exploitation of elderly, uttering en-US a forgery, exploitation elderly/en-US disabled adult, petit theft, and en-US grand theft. Bail was set at en-US $40,000.en-USHolly Hill en-US Police Departmenten-USShalana Lea Watchmaker, en-US 25, of Holly Hill, was arrested en-US Oct. 24 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of cocaine and possesen-US -en-US sion of paraphernalia. Bail was en-US not set. en-USVolusia County en-US Sheriffs Officeen-USColorado N. Hintz, 37, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 20 and charged with baten-US -en-US tery. Bail was not set. en-US Editors note: en-US This is a list of en-US arrests, not convictions, and all en-US arrestees are presumed inno en-US-en-US cent unless or until proven en-US guilty in a court of law.en-USPolice Reporten-USSeeen-US en-US POLICE,en-US page A6 en-US(888) 277-TIPSen-USWanted en-USUnknown Suspects en-USThese three men are acused en-US of carrying out a home invaen-US -en-US sion robbery at the Eagle en-US Landing Apartments, 1479 en-US Shady Place, on Oct. 17.en-US The three suspects were en-US seen in the car pictured here. en-US The vehicle is a 2006-2013 en-US white Chevy Impala with en-US black wheels. en-US Anyone with information, en-US please call Daytona Beach en-US Police Detective Dave Dinardi, en-US (386) 671-5219, or email en-US dinardid@dbpd.us. MAY

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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 ....... Senior Account Manager Danielle Shanahan ....... Senior Account Manager Mercedes Lee-Paquette ... Production Manager Julianne Petersen ........ Graphic Designer Heather Donaldson ...... Inside Sales Manager Angie Daniels ...........Inside Sales AssistantLora L. Uber ............. Inside Sales/Classified Michael Buckley ......... Circulation Manager Randy Barber ........... Staff Photographer Diane Carey ............. Staff Writer Gina McKee ............. Staff Writer Carrie Maday ............ News Clerk en-USHave meaningful en-US conversations en-US with our childrenen-USI have been in childcare for en-US 17 1/2 years. I have had the en-US opportunity to teach many en-US wonderful children from our en-US community. en-US Children love story time. It en-US doesnt always have to be a en-US book. We can tell stories or en-US just have meaningful converen-US -en-US sations with children. We en-US should try to use a lot of en-US words with our children en-US because it helps them with lisen-US -en-US tening skills, language skills en-US and literacy skills. The more en-US words a child hears the better en-US their language skills. Thereen-US -en-US fore, it gives our children a en-US head start for future academic en-US success. en-US We as parents are our kids en-US first teachers. We must put en-US our kids on a path to success en-US and that starts with word en-US knowledge. If our kids see en-US that its important to us to en-US read or tell stories to them. en-US they will most likely become en-US avid readers and even great en-US story tellers (in a good way). en-US A child that loves reading is en-US less likely to choose an elecen-US-en-US tronic device over a book. As en-US a parent of three boys, I know en-US the struggle. There is this en-US wonderful program called en-US Dolly Partons Imagination en-US Library that any child born en-US after Jan. 1, 2014 and resides en-US in the 32114-area code can en-US sign up for. The child will en-US receive a free age-appropriate en-US book every month.en-US Heather Johnsonen-US Holly Hill en-USGot something to say? en-USCall the Hometown Rants & Raves line at en-US(386) 322-5902en-US or e-men-USail newsdy@hometownnewsol.com. en-US Please limit your submissions to 250 words, en-US so that we can include more entries. en-US Readers are asked to refrain from making en-US slanderous or libelous statements. en-USVIEWPOINTen-USFRIDAY, NOV. 2, 2018 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSVOLUSIA.COM en-GBRantsen-GB & en-GBRaves en-USmarked fragile handle with care) sitting in a water-soaked en-US area, propped against a screen door in front of our house. To en-US reach this area the carrier had to walk past an open access, dry, en-US covered and protected carport/patio containing chairs upon en-US which to place items. Along with that, there is a door, a doorbell en-US to announce delivery, and a wall-hung mailbox, which should en-US indicate it is the normally used entrance.en-US When I went to the post office to complain, I was asked by the en-US female post master what I wanted her to do about it?en-US Possibly tell the carrier to leave packages in a protected area? en-US UPS and Fed Ex leave their deliveries there. en-US She suggested I should now pick up all packages at the facility. en-US Am I now to be employed by USPS? en-US I do admit I am not blameless in this because I was angry at en-US the poor service and then the negative response to my comen-US -en-US plaint. I do not feel however it required her momentary, but very en-US dramatic, show of fear of me, an 82-year-old female. Now, I en-US would have appreciated a courteous apology and promise to en-US speak to the carrier.en-US Oh, how I do miss the previous courteous and efficient en-US employees of so many years at this facility.en-USGive em some roomen-USI have been driving Interstate 4 for 20 years. en-US I do believe if everyone drove with proper clearance, there en-US would be 60 to 80 percent less accidents. en-USKeep cats out of harms wayen-USI enjoy reading the Rants and Raves, finding some of the writen-US-en-US ers comical, but more often sad because of the uninformed comen-US -en-US ments. en-US For example, the person writing about stray cats being killed en-US by coyotes. Doesnt that person know feral cats are killing milen-US -en-US lions of birds annually? Coyotes are doing a great service. If you en-US have a cat keep it indoors. en-USConcerned about lifespanen-USIn regard to the Chefs Corner, I want to say I enjoy Chef Cosen-US-en-US tas recipes. en-US I was concerned on the U.S. food supply safety article. Everyen-US -en-US thing is interesting about the plant he visited. He asked if the en-US food was safer when he was young. He said in the (early) 1900s en-US people lived to the ripe old age of 50. en-US To me, I question that figure. I am older than he is and we en-US lived on farms. I believe the statistic he used is influenced by en-US deaths in war. He is a good man, I just question the figure. en-US (Editors note: According to seniorliving.org, the average lifespan en-US of a white male in 1910 was 49 years, 52 for women.)en-USThe balance of natureen-USI have two cats. They kill anything that moves. Call this the en-US balance of nature. en-US I was concerned about the birds, so I am thinking what to do? en-US I have bird feeders. I want to watch the birds and butterflies. en-US Cats love the outdoors and hunting. That is their thing, so I let en-US them out at night. I have a rat problem. That is why I got the cats. en-US I know coyotes. Everything is a trade off. Nothing is perfect, so, en-US people, chill out. en-US People have too much time on their hands and look for things en-US to gripe about. The birds come in and so do the butterflies. I do en-US what I can to come to a happy medium. Just let animal kingdom en-US do its thing. en-USNot getting an answeren-USA couple of months ago, I saw something in the neighborhood en-US I felt the New Smyrna Beach Police Department should be made en-US aware of, not life or death, but important. en-US It was a Sunday, so I called the local police department numen-US-en-US ber and it rang and rang and then it forwarded to another numen-US -en-US ber that rang and rang. No one ever answered, so I tried a few en-US other detective/police numbers I located with no results. Never en-US any answer, just voice recordings. Even left a voice message and en-US expected I would hear back on Monday, but never anything. en-US I understand this was Sunday, but I would expect someone to en-US be around to answer a call. Is this because we share emergency en-US contact services with Volusia County?en-US My experience a few years ago on a 911 call, they were not able en-US to identify where I lived from my landline phone number, so I en-US had to provide all the information. In an emergency, it seemed en-US like it took forever. Thought when you called 911 from a landline en-US phone, they would be able to know where the call originated en-US from.en-USNo vote, no taxesen-USReading about the fourth amendment on the ballot brings to en-US mind one of the principles of our founding fathers. en-US Taxation without representation is tyranny. If you are a U.S. en-US citizen and denied your right to vote for whatever reason (age, en-US criminal background, etc.), you should also lose your obligation en-US to pay taxes.en-USBad postal serviceen-USThe U.S. Postal Service in Edgewater has reached a new low en-US in delivery.en-US Today we found our package (a commissioned painting en-USNew officersen-USPhoto courtesy of Kiwanis Club of Daytona Beachen-USThe Kiwanis Club of Daytona Beach recently installed the 2018-19 officers and directors at the Halifax en-US River Yacht Club in Daytona Beach. From left are Ray Krutz, board member; Ian Anderson, presien-US-en-US dent-elect; Tia Lloyd; president; Fred Share, board member; Brian Nelson, outgoing president; Kelly en-US LaCombe and Suzanne Steiner, board members; Mike Duranceau, treasurer; and Jim Rademacher, en-US secretary. Not pictured are board members Buddy Budiansky, Ray Krutz and Suzette Cameron.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-USLetter to the Editor en-USbegin at 9 a.m. with a blessing en-US of the bikes at Halifax Healthen-US Child and Adolescent Behaven-US-en-US ioral Services, 841 Jimmy en-US Ann Drive, Daytona Beach. en-US The cross-county ride will en-US stop at the Ormond Beach en-US Care Center, 235 Booth Road; en-US Emergency Department of en-US Deltona, 3300 Halifax Crossen-US-en-US ing Blvd.; New Smyrna Beach en-US Family Practice, 807 State en-US Road 44; Halifax Health Meden-US -en-US ical Center of Port Orange, en-US 1041 Dunlawton Ave.; Halifax en-US Health Medical Center of en-US Daytona Beach, 303 N. Clyde en-US Morris Blvd.en-US The final stop will feature en-US live entertainment, food, en-US drinks, prizes and veterans en-US pinning. Participants will en-US have the chance to reflect en-US upon loved ones lost at the en-US memory wall and designated en-US sacred space at the event. Suien-US -en-US cide support partners will be en-US in attendance. Activities at the en-US final stop will take place from en-US 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. en-US The cost is $15 and includes en-US the first hand and a food en-US voucher. The cost for passenen-US -en-US gers is $10. Additional hands en-US are $5.en-US To register, visit halifaxen-US -en-US health.org/pokerrun. Regisen-US -en-US tration is available the day of en-US the event beginning at 8:30 en-US a.m. en-USLibraries waive fines en-US for food en-USVolusia Countys public en-US library branches will accept en-US food for fines Nov. 11 to 25. en-US Patrons with late fees will en-US receive a $1 reduction of overen-US -en-US due fines up to $25 for each en-US undamaged, unexpired boxed en-US or canned nonperishable food en-US item they bring to the library. en-US Donations will be used to en-US refill local food banks.en-US The Food for Fines proen-US-en-US gram is part of the eighth en-US annual Feed the Need food en-US drive in Volusia County.en-US Last year, the Food for en-US Fines program collected nearen-US -en-US ly 8,000 pounds of food.en-USVeterans luncheonen-USOrmond Beach Leisure en-US Services Department will en-US present a Veterans Day Celeen-US -en-US bration from noon to 2 p.m. en-US Thursday, Nov. 8, at the en-US Ormond Beach Senior Cenen-US-en-US ter, 351 Andrews St.en-US The event will include en-US lunch and entertainment.en-US Veterans are free and ticken-US-en-US ets are $7 for all others. Buy en-US tickets at 399 N. U.S. 1 from 8 en-US a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday en-US through Friday.en-US Reservations are required en-US by Nov. 5 as seating is limited. en-US For more information or a resen-US -en-US ervation, call (386) 676-3250.en-USGarden Club meetsen-USCherry Laurel Garden Club en-US will meet at 9:30 a.m. en-US Wednesday, Nov. 14, at St en-US James Episcopal Church Paren-US -en-US ish Hall, 38 S Halifax Drive, en-US Ormond Beach.en-US The program will be fun en-US with flowers. en-US For more information, call en-US (203) 209-7072 or visiten-US cheren-US -en-US rylaurelgardenclub.comen-USOrmond library offers en-US free computer classes en-US en-USAdults can improve their en-US computer sken-US ills with free en-US classes at the Ormond Beach en-US Regional Library, 30 S. Beach en-US St. en-US Programs for beginners en-US include: en-US Michael Joseph Allen, 55, en-US of Ormond Beach, was arresten-US-en-US ed Oct. en-US21 aen-US nd charged with en-US battery and domestic battery en-US by strangulation. Bail was not en-US set. en-US Ernest A Riley, 37, of Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach, was arrested Oct. en-US 22 and charged en-US with possesen-USen-USsion of a Schedule II suben-US -en-US stance, deliver/distribute en-US marijuana, and smuggling en-US contraband into a prison. Bail en-US was set at $10,500. en-US John K. Froedge, 45, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 22 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of cannabis, methamen-US -en-US phetamine and paraphernalia. en-US Bail was set at $3,500. en-US Anthony David Clay, 32, en-US of Daytona Beach, was arresten-US -en-US ed Oct. 22 and charged with en-US organized scheme to defraud, en-US fraudulent use of personal ID en-US information, grand theft and en-US failure to appear for a felony en-US offense. Bail was not set.en-US Christina Michelle Stanen-US-en-US ton, 37, of Holly Hill, was en-US arrested Oct. 23 and charged en-US with possession of parapheren-US -en-US nalia, methamphetamine and en-US a Schedule II substance. Bail en-US was set at $5,500.en-US Brian James Madson, 38, en-US of Ormond Beach, was arresten-US-en-US ed Oct. 23 and charged with en-US possession of paraphernalia en-US and a Schedule II substance. en-US Bail was set at $3,000.en-US Daniel F. Wilson, 37, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 24 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of suboxone, paraen-US-en-US phernalia, heroin and Oxycoen-US -en-US done. Bail was set at $8,000.en-US Brian A. Wells, 31, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 24 and cen-US harged with posen-US-en-US session of heroin and paraen-US-en-US phernalia, and driving with en-US licensed canceled, suspended/en-US revoked. Bail was set at en-US $5,500.en-US Steven A. Morehouse, 38, en-US of Daytona Beach, was arresten-US -en-US ed en-US Oct. 24 and charged with en-US trespassing oen-US n an occupied en-US structure and possession of a en-US Schedule I substance. Bail was en-US not set.en-USPoliceen-USFrom page A5en-USNotesen-USFrom page A3en-US Seeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A10

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Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill A-7 MAY BLISS BY BEAULIEU SHAW FLOORING TARKETT MIRAGE BLISS BY BEAULIEU MASLAND TARKETT BLISS BY BEAULIEU SHAW FLOORING TARKETT MIRAGE BLISS BY BEAULIEU MASLAND TARKETTCARPET HARDWOOD AREA RUGS TILE STONE LAMINATE RESILIENT CABINETS FULL KITCHEN & BATHROOM REMODELING The only call you need to make! 386-236-8635 BLISS BY BEAULIEU SHAW FLOORING TARKETT MASLAND BLISS BY BEAULIEU SHAW FLOORING TARKETT MASLAND Do you want your home to look AMAZING? Come see Michelle and let her design a New Look for the New Season! 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S FAMILY OWNED FAMILY OPERATED FAMILY VALUES Other Services Available Personal Touch Design Services 275 S. Yonge Street | Ormond Beach, FL 32174 Across from Kalins Furniture t-mfloors.com | Mon-Fri 9-5 Sat 10-2 BLISS BY BEAULIEU SHAW FLOORING TARKETT MASLAND BLISS BY BEAULIEU SHAW FLOORING TARKETT MASLAND How about a great New Backsplash? Do you need your Bathroom Remodeled? New Waterproof Wood Look Vinyl Plank perfect for your busy lifestyle? Do you like the warmth of Hardwood? Everyone loves New Carpets! Wood Look Tile looks beautiful! Jacob Barr PT, DPT, MTC, CEAS, CHT Doctor of Physical Therapy, Manual Therapy Certified Owner/Private Practice1425 Hand Ave, Suite H Ormond Beach Extended Hours M-F 7a-6p Sat. by appt. Phone 386-673-3535 barrandassociatesphysicaltherapy.com Member of : American Academy of Orthopedic Manipulative TherapistsAmerican Physical Therapy Associations Florida Physical Therapy Association National Osteoporosis FoundationLocal Sponsor of National Osteoporosis Foundation Support Group.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 A1 AFFORDABLE CREMATION 24 Hour Availability$785Prearrangement Available Cremation Specialist386-405-3128 www.A1affordablecremation.com 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S Business News en-USPublic Safety Job Fair en-US at ATC Nov. 2en-USDaytona State Colleges en-US School of Emergency Services en-US will host one of Floridas largen-US-en-US est Public Safety Job Fairs from en-US 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. en-US 2, at 1770 N. Technology Blvd. en-US in Daytona Beach.en-US The event will feature en-US recruiters from nearly 70 en-US agencies, including the FBI en-US and other law enforcement, en-US corrections, firefighting, en-US emergency medical services en-US and EVAC units.en-US Anyone interested in pursuen-US -en-US ing a career in public safety are en-US welcome to attend. Job seekers en-US should come prepared with en-US their resumes in hand, dressed en-US for success and ready to talk en-US about their work history, eduen-US -en-US cation or military service.en-US For information on vendor en-US space, contact Robin Davis at en-US (386) 506-4141 or en-USRobin.en-US Davis@DaytonaState.edu. en-US Other inquiries go to Patty en-US Lane, (386) 506-4129, en-USPatricia.en-US Lane@DaytonaState.edu. en-USMedical marijuana en-US dispensary opensen-US en-US Curaleaf has opened a meden-US -en-US ical marijuana dispensary at en-US 910 W. International Speeden-US -en-US way Blvd., Daytona Beach.en-US Curaleaf has opened an en-US online order fulfillment center en-US at the site for six months, but en-US now will be open for walk-in en-US business.en-US The 5,000-square-foot disen-US-en-US pensary has admissions and en-US reception areas, private conen-US -en-US sultation rooms and educaen-US -en-US tional resources on cannabien-US -en-US noid therapies in its en-US community meeting room.en-US Local customers also can en-US place orders online and pick en-US them up at the dispensary.en-US Curaleaf is open from 10 en-US a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday Frien-US-en-US day, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday en-US and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. en-US For more information, call en-US (877) 303-0741.en-USOcean Art Gallery en-US to add frame shopen-US To serve its artists and clien-US -en-US ents as well as the general puben-US -en-US lic Ocean Art Gallery will en-US open a full-service art frame en-US shop Monday, Nov. 5, at 197 E. en-US Granada Blvd., Ormond en-US Beach. en-US Ashley Rudicel is the galen-US -en-US lerys framing manager. en-USTeriyaki Madness en-US reopens in Daytona en-USTeriyaki Madness, a Denen-US-en-US ver-based fresh Asian grill, en-US recently re-opened its Daytona en-US Beach location.en-US Local entrepreneurs, Chukk en-US Mills and Brian Mogensen, are en-US now the owners in Suite 3 at en-US 1173 W. International Speeden-US -en-US way Blvd.en-US The 1,750-square-foot en-US restaurant will seat 61 people en-US indoors and have a staff of 25. en-US It will be open 11 a.m. to 9 en-US p.m. daily. en-US For more information, visit en-US TeriyakiMadness.com en-US or call en-US (386) 238-9189. en-USSeeen-US en-US BUSINESS,en-US page A8en-USAen-USmong the eye-popping en-US numbers of Volusia en-US Countys red hot en-US economy, the housing market en-US staked its claim in September.en-USRealtors in the Volusia/en-US Flagler area sold 954 existing en-US houses in September, up 20.8 en-US percent from September 2017. en-US The median price, with half en-US selling for more and half for en-US less, was at $213,000, up 9.2 en-US percent. There were 275 en-US condos sold, up 21.7 percent en-US with the median price at en-US $210,000, up 9.7 percent.en-US From the government en-US entities that report their en-US permits to the Census Bureau, en-US housing starts were at 268 en-US units (168 single-family) in en-US September in the Volusia/en-US Flagler area, compared to 125 en-US (121 single-family) in Septemen-US -en-US ber 2017.en-US While mortgage interest en-US rates have gone up, it doesnt en-US seem to have slowed the en-US housing market at all. It is en-US helped by retirees pouring en-US into the county, especially at en-US Latitude Margaritaville in en-US Daytona Beach. But that cant en-US account for all of it. Also, the en-US rising prices have helped en-US move-up buyers sell their en-US houses and buy something en-US bigger and better.en-US But, as always, I must make en-US my plea for developers, and en-US county, state and local en-US governments to produce more en-US affordable housing. Its a good en-US thing to ask the folks wanting en-US your vote, especially statewide en-US and legislative candidates, en-US how they stand. The Legislaen-US -en-US ture has got to stop taking en-US money from funds meant for en-US affordable housing and spenden-US -en-US ing them elsewhere.en-US In the meantime, there en-US doesnt seem to be anything en-US out there that will slow down en-US the housing market for the en-US rest of the year. But econoen-US -en-US mists are warning that next en-US year could be different.en-US ***en-US Of late the old guard in en-US fast-food -McDonalds, en-US Wendys and Burger King -en-US hasnt done much to expand in en-US Volusia. But now a new en-US Burger King is going up at en-US 3211 Howland Blvd. in en-US Deltona. South East Enterprisen-US -en-US es III LLC bought the land for en-US $655,000 and has filed a notice en-US of intent to start construction. en-US Well, I should note, one of en-US the older fast-food chains is en-US busy with Arbys putting in en-US more shops in the area. But en-US two of the newer ones, en-US Chipotle and Starbucks, also en-US are busy. A Chipotle is en-US opening in DeLand soon and en-US demolition is starting soon to en-US make way for a new Starbucks en-US at 125 E. Granada Blvd. in en-US Ormond Beach.en-US ***en-US On a final note, some other en-US activity included work starting en-US to put a Tommy Bahama store en-US at the Tanger Factory Outlet en-US Center in Daytona Beach. en-US Deven-US eloper Eddie Hennessey is en-US demolishing a two-story en-US building at 709 E. Internationen-US -en-US al Speedway Boulevard in en-US Daytona Beach. No word yet en-US on what Mr. Hennessey plans en-US to do with all the property he en-US has amassed at East ISB and en-US Atlantic Avenue. Brown & en-US Brown bought an old house en-US that burned earlier this year en-US on Magnoen-US lia Avenue in en-US Daytona for $89,500. The en-US Orthopaeden-USic Clinic of en-US Daytona wants to add to its en-US East Coast Center on LPGA en-US Boulevard with an even larger en-US building that the first one to en-US create an Orthopaedic en-US Campus.en-US Managing Editor Cecil G. en-US Brumley has been tracking en-US business anden-US the economy in en-US Volusia County for more than en-US 21 years. Contact him at en-US cbrumley@hometownnewsol.en-US com (no hyphen) en-US or follow en-US him onen-US Twitter @cecilbrumley.en-USHousing market adds to red hot economy VOLUSIA en-USBUSINESSen-USCECIL G. en-US BRUMLEY

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A-8 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USCounty jail hosts en-US career fair Nov. 10en-USThe Volusia County Divien-US -en-US sion of Corrections will host a en-US career fair at 8 a.m. Saturday, en-US Nov. 10, at the Volusia County en-US Branch Jail, 1300 Red John en-US Drive, Daytona Beach. en-US Attendees will meet with en-US staff, tour the facility, and en-US learn about benefits and job en-US responsibilities. They can also en-US fill out an application and en-US begin the prescreening proen-US -en-US cess.en-US Officer trainees are paid en-US $15.81 an hour as they underen-US -en-US go 420 hoen-US urs of academy en-US training. Upon becoming a en-US certified corrections officer, en-US the pay is increased to $17.50 en-US an hour. Experience is not en-US required. en-US Positions also are open for en-US booking technicians, supervien-US-en-US sors, experienced corrections en-US officers, and part-time and en-US intermittent officers. Applicaen-US-en-US tions also will be accepted by en-US Centurion Detention Health en-US Services and Aramark.en-US Applicants must be at least en-US 19, tobacco-free, in good en-US physical condition, and have a en-US Florida drivers license and a en-US high school diploma or GED en-US certificate, and no felony or en-US misdemeanor convictions en-US involving men-US oral character, en-US perjury or false statements.en-US For more information, conen-US -en-US tact Molly Hudson at mhuden-US-en-US son@volusia.org or (386) 736-en-US 5951.en-US Applications also may be en-US submitted at volusia.org under en-US career opportunities. en-USSwimming pool en-US group announces en-US board membersen-USThe East Central Chapter of en-US the Florida Swien-US mming Pool en-US Association has announced its en-US 2019 board members.en-US They are Larry Drumb, en-US president, Pool Renovations en-US by Larry in DeLand; Roy en-US Waldhauer, vice president, en-US Waldhauer & Son in Palm en-US Coast; Keith Quint, treasurer, en-US The Gorman Co. inen-US Ormond en-US Beach; Adam Beaty, past presien-US -en-US dent, Pool Captain Corp. in en-US Palm Coast; Tara Hennig, en-US member at large, HornerXen-US-en-US press in Ormond Beach; and en-US Holly Waldhauer, member at en-US large, Mermaid Lagoons Inc. en-US in Palm Coast.en-US FSPA is a trade association en-US for the pool and spa industry en-US with about 700 member busien-US-en-US nesses in 16 chapters across en-US Florida. en-US Fen-USor more information, conen-US -en-US tact Wendy Parker Barsell, en-US executive director, at en-USwendy@en-US floridapoolpro.comen-US en-US or (800) en-US 548-6774.en-USVolusia County plans en-US vendor workshops en-USVolusia Countys Purchasen-US-en-US ing and Contracts Division en-US will hold two workshops for en-US vendors in theen-US first-floor en-US training rooms of the Thomas en-US C. Kelly Administration Cenen-US -en-US ter, 123 W. Indiana Ave., en-US DeLand, from 5:30 to 7:30 en-US p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7, and en-US from 9 to 11 a.m. Thursday, en-US Nov. 8.en-US County representatives will en-US demonstrate how to register as en-US a vendor; explain how to suben-US -en-US mit bids, proposals and quotes; en-US and discuss state and local en-US ordinances. Staff will explain en-US the informationen-US channels en-US available to vendors and en-US answer questions. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 736-5935, ext. 12490.en-US en-US Brown & Brown makes en-US biggest acquisition yeten-USBrown & en-USBrown Inc. is en-US acquiring the Hays Cos.en-US Jim Hays formed the Hays en-USCos. in 1994. It is 22nd on en-US Business Insurance Magazines en-US list of 100 largest U.S. brokers, en-US with annual revenue of about en-US $200 million. en-US Based in Minneapolis, Hays en-US has more than 700 risk manen-US -en-US agement and employee beneen-US -en-US fits professionals in 32 locaen-US-en-US tions across 21 states.en-US Hays Cos. will operate as a en-US division inside Brown & en-US Brown Retail and continue to en-US be led by Mr. Hen-US ays as CEO of en-US the division. He also will join en-US Brown & Brown as vice chairen-US -en-US man and will serve on the en-US board of directors.en-USNominations sought en-US for business awardsen-USVolusia Hispanic Chamber en-US of Commerce will host en-US Columbus Canaveral Awards en-US at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16, at en-US DeBary Golf & Country Club, en-US 300 Plantation Club Drive, en-US DeBary.en-US Tickets aen-US re $75 per person. en-US Nominations are being en-US sought for Volusia County en-US Hispanic Business of the Year, en-US Hispanic Professional of the en-US Year and Hispanic Communien-US-en-US ty Leader of the Year. Nominaen-US -en-US tions are due en-US by Nov. 9.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 218en-US-4490 or visit en-US volusiaen-US -en-US chamber.org.en-USISC names president en-US of ISM Raceway en-USInternational Speedway en-US Corp. has promoted Julie en-US Giese, managing director of en-US business operations for ISC en-US Design & Development, to en-US president of the new ISM en-US Raceway in Aven-US ondale, Ariz. en-US Ms. Giese will oversee proen-US -en-US motion and operation of ISM en-US Raceway, formerly called en-US Phoenix International Raceen-USMAY Business en-USFrom page A7en-US Seeen-US en-US BUSINESS,en-US page A9

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Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill A-9en-US way. Her first major event, the en-US Can-Am 500, will be part of en-US the raceways opening weeken-US -en-US end Nov.9-11.en-US Previously she coordinated en-US ISCs 13 motorsports facilities, en-US internal corporate departen-US-en-US ments, and the design and en-US development team on capital en-US investment and redevelopen-US -en-US ment projects.en-US Since Jen-US anuary 2017, Ms. en-US Giese has worked alongside en-US the ISM Raceway team on the en-US design and project manageen-US -en-US ment of the $178 million ISM en-US Raceway Project.en-USSouthern Title en-US announces promotionen-USDaytona Beach-based en-US Southern Title has promoted en-US Jennifer Padgett to assistant en-US manager of title production en-US operations.en-US Ms. Padgett began her en-US career with Southern Title in en-US 2002 as a title production en-US clerk, advanced into the role of en-US examiner in 2005, and over the en-US past 16 years has become proen-US -en-US ficient in field of property en-US search and title examination. Call now to reserve your seat 1.855.477.0782 TDD/TTY relay, 1.800.955.8771From October 1 March 31, were available seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. From April 1 September 30, we're available weekdays from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon.Proud to be trusted by 160,000 membersFlorida Hospital Care Advantage is administered by Health First Health Plans. Health First Health Plans is an HMO plan with a Medicare contract. Enrollment in Health First Health Plans depends on contract renewal. For accommodations of persons with special needs at meetings call 1.855.477.0782 TDD/TTY relay 1.800.955.8771. Get a gift card with no obligation to enroll in the plan. Y0089_EL6833FH_M Accepted 09172018*One gift card to all Medicare eligibles who RSVP and attend a seminar Medicare Advantage Plan $10 Gift Card and get a $10 gift card*Attend a SeminarNo deductibles More than 4,000 providers $0 PCP copay plans No referrals DeLandPerkins 1405 North Woodland Boulevard November 7, 2018 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.Daytona BeachIHOP 155 Bill France Boulevard November 12, 2018 10 a.m.New Smyrna BeachBrannon Civic Center 105 South Riverside Drive November 15, 2018 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Ormond BeachHampton Inn 155 Interchange Boulevard November 14, 2018 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.Ormond BeachHampton Inn 155 Interchange Boulevard November 5, 2018 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.Palm CoastGolden Corral 225 Cypress Edge Drive November 15, 2018 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.Palm CoastGolden Corral 225 Cypress Edge Drive November 6, 2018 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.DeltonaThe Center of Deltona 1640 Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard November 8, 2018 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.Orange CityHoliday Inn 1330 Saxon Boulevard November 9, 2018 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.DebaryIHOP 320 Dirkson Road November 13, 2018 10 a.m. MAY en-USen-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US 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 1en-US 5 at 7 p.m. He has en-US also authored two books in his en-US Confessions of a Financial en-US Planner series. Mr. Holland en-US offers investment advice en-US through Holland Advisory en-US Services Inc., a registered en-US investment adviser in Ormond en-US Beach. He can be contacted at en-US (386) 671-7526. Email en-US financial questions to en-USquesen-US-en-US tions@planstronger.com.en-USCar buying countdown, Part II PLAN en-USSTRONGERen-USDAVID D. en-US HOLLAND en-USBusinessen-USFrom page A8

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A-10 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USence other cultures in the en-US world, he said. For two years en-US I got to experience what being en-US a Mongolian is like. I lived the en-US life of the people in my comen-US -en-US munity. I was the first volunen-US-en-US teer to ever go to my village. I en-US was the first American to en-US probably ever live there. en-US He added, The sense of en-US community is really rewarden-US -en-US ing. Everyone is usually very en-US happy, very welcoming, very en-US friendly. My community wanten-US -en-US ed me there.en-US The mission gave him skills en-US in systems and en-USprogram manen-US-en-US agement. en-US I got to have such great en-US highs of feeling good about en-US what I am doing and where I en-US am at in my life, he said.en-US It feels really good to truly en-US experience another culture en-US and share some of my culture, en-US Mr. Byrnes said. I would do it en-US again. It was a really eye-openen-US-en-US ing experience. en-US There are some eye-opening en-US traditions in Mongolia. The en-US people use every part of an en-US animal, including consuming en-US the organs, and are also known en-US for a special milk tea (suutei en-US tsai). Karaoke is popular as en-US well as the Toyota Prius. en-US Omnogovi has only had elecen-US -en-US tricity since 2000. en-US On the negative side, en-US according to Mr. Byrnes winen-US-en-US ter, which can en-US last eight en-US months, is brutal with subzero en-US temperatures. Summers can be en-US extremely hot. There is also a en-US big stray dog problem with en-US dogs gathered together and en-US killed annually either by gunen-US -en-US shot or poison. He lost a dog en-US to the culling he was hoping to en-US bring home. en-US Mr. Byrnes had to learn the en-US Mongolian language and live en-US in a yurt or ger (tent), except en-US in the cold months when he en-US lived at his schools dormitory. en-US Volunteers get a monthly stien-US-en-US pend. He said the Peace Corps en-US has been in Mongolia 27 years, en-US invited by the government. A en-US total of 45 Peace Corps volunen-US -en-US teers from around the U.S. en-US worked this assignment. en-US His main job while there en-US was helping local English en-US teachers teach classes, working en-US with them on lesson planning en-US and time management. The en-US teachers were working primaren-US -en-US ily with older grades. There en-US are two schools in Omnogovi, en-US which has a population of en-US 5,000, a high school and eleen-US -en-US mentary school. The populaen-US -en-US tion of Mongolia is about 3 en-US million.en-US Mongolia has two big holien-US -en-US days, he said.en-US Nadaam which takes place en-US near the middle of July every en-US year, is best compared to a en-US county fair. It features horse en-US racing, archery and wrestling en-US tournaments. A row of gers are en-US set up just for making the traen-US -en-US ditional Khooshoor (basically en-US like a fried empanda of meat en-US and onions with no other seaen-US -en-US soning) and Buuz (basically en-US dumplings also of just meat en-US and onions).en-US Tsagaan Sar (White Moon) en-US is around February, depending en-US on the lunar calendar. People en-US visit all of their family and en-US friends.en-US The celebration lasts en-US almost a whole week and you en-US might visit hundreds of gers en-US during this time all throughen-US -en-US out the countryside, Mr. en-US Byrnes said.en-US Facebook is actually a prien-US -en-US mary way Villagers communien-US -en-US cate.en-US With technology even en-US reaching a Mongolian village, en-US Mr. Byrnes used Skype to en-US swear his father into office in en-US 2016 for his last term.en-US Commissioner Bynes said, en-US He was about as far away as en-US you could get and still be on en-USthe face of the planet. His time en-US zone was 12 hours away. en-US AJ Byrnes was one of the en-US first ERAU students to get an en-US internship in the Homeland en-US Security program, spending en-US six months in Germany, which en-US gave him the desire to travel, en-US his father said.en-US I would surely prefer you en-US go to a place where there is not en-US a lot of strife and combat going en-US on, the commissioner told his en-US son. en-US Still, the mission was tough en-US on his father and mother, en-US Vicky Byrnes, as AJ sometimes en-US would not be able to commuen-US -en-US nicate with them for a month.en-US For more information about en-US the Peace Corps, visit peaceen-US -en-US corps.gov. MAY rfrfffntbnrr nbtnn nbntbnbnbbn nnnbtbn tbbnbnn bn ntbnn nnt rnn nntn ntt 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. THE PATIENT AND ANY OTHER PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYMENT HAS A RIGHT TO REFUSE TO PAY, CANCEL PAYMENT, OR BE REIMBURSED FOR PAYMENT FOR ANY OTHER SERVICE, EXAMINATION, OR TREATMENT THAT IS PERFORMED AS A RESULT OF AND WITHIN 72 HOURS OF RESPONDING TO THE ADVERTISEMENT FOR THE FREE, DISCOUNTED FEE, OR REDUCED FEE SERVICE, EXAMINATION, OR TREATMENT. REGULAR PRICE ON FILLINGS INCLUDE D2140$150, D2150$175, D2150$175, D2160$185, D2161$195, D2330$185, D2331$175, D2332$200, D2391 $150, D2392$175, D2393$200, D2394$225, CROWNS REGULARLY $900 CODE D2752 DENTURE REGULARLY $1000 CODE D5110 OR D5120 RELINE UPPER DENTURE REGULARLY $350 CODE D5720 RELINE LOWER DENTURE REGULARLY $350 CODE D5751. Trusted, Comfortable & Affordable Dental Care DENTURE $650 Crown/Caps $800 All Fillings $200 Full Denture Reline Only $185 Routine Extractions $100-$185 DENTAL SERVICES Need Teeth? R E A D E R S C H O I C E 2012 2017 2012 2017 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S 386-944-5002KERRI GRAHAM, D.M.D.802 Sterthaus Drive Suite A, Ormond Beach, FL VISIT US AT ORMONDSMILES.COM 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S en-USPhoto courtesy of AJ Byrnesen-USAJ Byrnes of Holly Hill, in native Mongolian clothing, worked as a Peace Corps en-US volunteer for 27 months.en-USPeaceen-USFrom page A1 en-USBasic computer: 2 to 3 p.m. en-US Thursday, Nov. 8. en-US Basic Word: 2 to 3 p.m. en-US Thursday, Nov. 15. en-US Basic e-resources: 2 to 3 en-US p.m. Thursday, Nov. 29. en-US Participants may bring their en-US own laptops. Eight library lapen-US -en-US tops, which use a Windows 10 en-US operating system, are available en-US on a first-come, first-serveden-US en-US basis.en-US Registration is required; en-US call (386) 676-4191, option 4. en-USGarden Club to meeten-USThe Ormond Beach Garden en-US Club will meet at 9:30 a.m. en-US Wednesday, Nov. 7, at The en-US Casements, 25 Riverside en-US Drive.en-US The topic will be Tips on en-US Plant Propagation by Linda en-US Landrum.en-US The public may attend. For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 673-2940 or email znginflorien-US-en-US da@aol.com.en-USMaster gardeners plan en-US plant clinicen-USVolusia Countys master en-US gardeners will share winter en-US gardening tips and answer en-US questions from 10 a.m. to en-US noon Monday, Nov. 5, at the en-US Ormond Beach Regional en-USNotesen-USFrom page A6en-US Seeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A11

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Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill A-11en-US The Historically Black Colen-US-en-US leges and Universities Open en-US Education Resources Forum en-US will host 30 HBCUs selected en-US to participate in a pilot grant en-US for assisting faculty and stuen-US -en-US dents with Affordable Learnen-US -en-US ing Solutions.en-US The HBCUs will present en-US and share their ALS strategies en-US along with online education en-US initiatives. en-US The forum will be Tuesday, en-US Nov.13, on the campus of en-US Bethune-Cookman Universien-US-en-US ty. en-US B-CU serves as a leader for en-US the HBCU OER Pilot Project en-US with its plans ranked as three en-US of the top models for making en-US education affordable at en-US HBCUs. en-US Dean of B-CU Global en-US Online Arletha McSwain, will en-US serve as the principal investien-US -en-US gator of the grant attained en-US through the California State en-US Universitys Multimedia Eduen-US-en-US cation Resource for Learning en-US and Online Teaching in parten-US-en-US nership with Tennessee State en-US University. en-US B-CU also received an en-US award that provided profesen-US -en-US sional development activities en-US for 39 online faculty to redeen-US -en-US sign all general education en-US core courses and the courses en-US required for the Spring 2019 en-US MBA online degree using en-US OER. A total of 54 courses en-US will be redesigned.en-US B-CU is expanding stuen-US-en-US dents access to learning en-US materials online, which will en-US reduce their textbook costs. en-US Faculty will be able to augen-US -en-US ment their class materials en-US and customize lectures with en-US innovative virtual resources. en-US In addition to the grant en-US award, B-CU received from en-US Tennessee State University, en-US B-CU Global Online College en-US received a Title III award, en-US which provided professional en-US development activities for 39 en-US online faculty to redesign all en-US general education core coursen-US-en-US es and the courses required en-US for the Spring 2019 MBA en-US online degree using OER. A en-US total of 54 courses will be en-US redesigned.en-US This event will provide a en-US great opportunity for a meeten-US -en-US ing of the minds who are en-US exploring educational modalen-US -en-US ities that will enhance student en-US knowledge while relieving the en-US cost of an education, said en-US B-CU Interim President en-US Hubert Grimes, who will proen-US -en-US vide the HBCU keynote. 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. Suite I Ormond Beach, FL 32174 Mon-Fri 8am to 5pm Same Day Visits General Adult Medicine Pediatrics Geriatrics Kandi Schromm 386-852-9174 or Savannah Dow 386-215-0123 Kandi Schromm Team Your Full Time, Full-Service Realtors www.EverythingDaytonaBeach.com R E A D E R S C H O I C E 2012 2017 2012 2017 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S VOTED #1 Realtor Best All Around Customer Service Urgent & Walk-In CareShort Wait Times No Appointment Needed On-Site Lab & X-Ray Facilities (Ormond Beach) Most Insurance Plans AcceptedNew Smyrna | 386.663.3061 | 1860 Renzulli Rd Ormond Beach | 386.673.9949 | 435 S. Yonge St. Unit 1NEW Ormond Beach location coming in November! 126 S. Nova Road (Big Lots Plaza)! www.nsbuc.com 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S Rock challenge en-USRandy Barber/staff photographeren-USJazmyn Wright, 9, of Daytona Beach makes her way en-US up the rock wall during the free Fall Festival at First en-US United Methodist Church of Port Orange on Saturen-US -en-US day, Oct. 13. en-USB-CU hosting HBCU educational forumen-USThe old saying, Spring foren-US -en-US ward, fall back reminds us to en-US turn our clocks ahead in the en-US spring and back in the fall. en-US This year, daylight saving time en-US ends Sunday, Nov. 4. en-US This is also the day when en-US Volusia Countys lawn wateren-US -en-US ing schedule changes, so make en-US sure you reset your automatic en-US sprinklers. Residents may en-US water their lawns once a week en-US until daylight saving time en-US resumes March 10, when the en-US two-day-a-week schedule will en-US return.en-US During standard time, peoen-US -en-US ple who live at odd-numbered en-US addresses may water on Saturen-US -en-US days, people at even-numen-US -en-US bered addresses on Sundays, en-US and businesses on Tuesdays. en-US Each zone of an irrigation en-US system may be watered no en-US more than one hour or en-US three-quarters of an inch. en-US Watering is not permitted en-US between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. en-US The watering restrictions en-US apply to all county residents, en-US including those who live en-US inside city limits. They also en-US apply to all water sources, en-US including private wells and en-US pumps. Unincorporated resien-US -en-US dents who violate the water en-US conservation ordinance may en-US be fined up to $500. en-US It's also a good time to en-US change the batteries in smoke en-US alarms. Smoke alarms can save en-US lives if they are functioning en-US properly, but studies show that en-US most smoke alarms dont work en-US because of missing, dead or en-US disconnected batteries. en-US Your smoke alarm is the en-US only thing in your home that en-US can alert you and your family en-US to a fire 24 hours a day, seven en-US days a week, said Volusia en-US County Fire Chief Jeff Smith.en-USChange more than your clocken-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsdy@hometownnewsol.comen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsdy@hometownnewsol.com en-USLibrary, 30 S. Beach St.en-US Residents can bring their en-US plants for a free check-up.en-US For more information, call en-US the Volusia County Extension en-US Service at (386) 822-5778.en-USWomen Who Care meeten-USVolusia County Women en-US Who Care quarterly meeting en-US and end of the year celebration en-US will be 5:30 p.m. Thursday, en-US Nov. 8 at LPGA International, en-US 1000 Champions Drive, Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach. en-US For more information, visit en-US volusiacountywomenwhocare.en-US com.en-USNotesen-USFrom page A10 en-USSeeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A13

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Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill A-13en-USGenealogical Society en-US to meeten-USThe Halifax Genealogical en-US Society will meet at 1:30 en-US p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8, at the en-US Ormond Beach Regional en-US Library, 30 S. Beach St.en-US The topic will be The en-US Real Truth: Exploring Comen-US-en-US mon Misconceptions in en-US Genealogy by Linda Vivien-US -en-US an. en-US The public is welcome. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 672-3806.en-USVeterans Day en-US observance Nov. 9en-US en-US The Ormond Memorial en-US Art Museums free annual en-US Veterans Day program will en-US be at 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 9.en-US The ceremony will be in en-US the parking lot just south of en-US the main building and garen-US -en-US dens, beneath a tent.en-US The museum is at 78 E. en-US Granada Blvd. For more en-US information, call (386) 676-en-US 3347.en-USQuilt guild meetsen-USRacing Fingers Quilt en-US Guild will meet from 9:30 en-US to 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. en-US 8 at Ormond Beach Library, en-US 30 S. Beach St.en-US New quilters or experien-US-en-US enced ones are welcome. en-US The guild meets from 6:30 en-US to 9 p.m. the third Monday of en-US each month at the Ormond en-US Beach Presbyterian Church, en-US 105 Amsden Road, for proen-US-en-US grams and charitable projects en-US to help the community.en-USMainland High School en-US Class of reunionen-USThe 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. Cost is $40 per 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) 724-1794en-US.en-USLearn digital en-US photography basicsen-USDaytona State College will en-US host a community workshop en-US on basic concepts of digital en-US photography with instructor en-US Angela Biggs from 9:30 to 4:30 en-US p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3 at the en-US performing arts center at 221 en-US N. Beach St., Daytona Beach.en-US The workshop combines en-US classroom instruction with en-US hands-on application and en-US feedback. Participants will en-US enjoy a stroll down historic en-US Beach Street, photographing en-US the architecture, unique storeen-US -en-US fronts, local color and other en-US sights.en-US The cost is $65. Pre-registraen-US-en-US tion is required at least 24 en-US hours in advance. For more en-US information or to register, call en-US Christina Katsolis at (386)506-en-US 4569 or email Christina.Katsoen-US -en-US lis@daytonastate.edu.en-USB-CU professor en-US awardeden-USDr. Danyell Wilson-Howen-US -en-US ard, assistant dean of the Colen-US -en-US lege of Science, Engineering en-US and Mathematics at en-US Bethune-Cookman University, en-US has received the National en-US Institutes of Health National en-US Cancer Institute Diversity en-US Supplement Award.en-US Dr. Wilson-Howards en-US research is a collaboration en-US with colleagues at the Univeren-US -en-US sity of Florida who are worken-US-en-US ing on the NIH R01 en-US grant-funded, research projen-US-en-US ect: A Patient-centered Interen-US -en-US vention Using Technology to en-US Reduce Colorectal Cancer en-US Disparities in Primary Care.en-USEducators selected en-US to promote en-US healthy lifestyles en-USThe Bethune-Cookman en-US University Odessa Chambliss en-US Center foren-US Health Equity has en-USselected a group of five stuen-US-en-US dents to serve as peer health en-US educators. en-US Training will be provided to en-US prepare the PHEs to provide en-US health-related education sesen-US-en-US sions, encourage healthy camen-US-en-US pus lifestyles, create informaen-US-en-US tive awareness regarding en-US events and promote commuen-US-en-US nity support to create a healthy en-US campus culture. en-US Students receive a stipend, en-US must mainten-US ain a 3.0 GPA and en-US are required to make a comen-US -en-US mitment of three hours per en-US week for 10 weeks. en-US The students are: en-US Melnetra Williams, sophoen-US-en-US more, business major en-US Joshua Henry, freshman, en-US accounting major en-US Tierany Dickey, freshman, en-US biology major en-US Briel Harvey, junior, psyen-US-en-US chology major en-US Mandell Quigley, freshen-US -en-US man, health and exercise scien-US -en-US ence en-USMead & Hunt hosts en-US third annual STEM en-US Solutionsen-USVolusia County Schools, in en-US partnership with Mead & en-US Hunt, is hosting the third en-US annual STEen-USM Solutions by en-US Students contest. en-US STEM Solutions by Studeen-US nts en-US is a county-wide contest where en-US high school students submit en-US solutions to municipal chalen-US-en-US lenges using Science, Technolen-US-en-US ogy, Engineering & Math proen-US-en-US cesses. Volusia County Schools en-US invites students to joinen-US the en-US competition and invites the en-US public to donate or sponsor en-US the contest to support the en-US growth and development of en-US STEM education within Voluen-US-en-US sia County.en-US Seven municipalities are en-US participating and providing a en-US $100 reward: Volusia County en-US IT, Deltona, Een-US dgewater, New en-US Smyrna Beach, Ponce Inlet, en-US Port Orange and South Daytoen-US -en-US na. MAY exp 12/31/2018 exp 12/31/2018 (New Patients Only) exp 12/31/2018VALPLAST FLEXIBLE PARTIAL Takes up to two weeks to make$950OWNER/DENTIST DR. 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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 School News en-USNotesen-USFrom page A11 WHOLESALE PRICESTO THE PUBLIC! C M 2 Locations to serve you1757 N.Nova Rd. Suite #102 Holly Hill, FL386-679-9674 2271 S. Ridgewood Ave. S. Daytona 386-299-5194 www.daytonacabinetmarket.comALL WOOD CABINETS IN STOCK EVERYDAY As part of our eorts to help those in the Panhandle that are in crisis we at CABINET MARKET DAYTONA are trying to continue to do our part... Anyone who donates $100.00 or equal in supplies will get a $500.00* VOUCHER OFF THEIR NEXT KITCHEN Supplies needed are ie. tarps, roong nails with tabs, 5 gallon gas cans, personal hygiene products, baby diapers, batteries, ashlights, dry and canned goods... If you would like to just donate we are making another trip to the Panhandle soon.*Voucher valid for 12 months from date assigned. 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A-14 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USParkinsons group en-US meets en-USParkinsons Support Group en-US and Parkinsons Caregivers en-US Support Group will meet at en-US 2:15 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6, at en-US Bishops Glen, 900 LPGA en-US Blvd., Holly Hill.en-US For more information call en-US (386) 226-9110.en-USCOPD education class en-US offereden-USCOPD education and pulen-US -en-US monary rehabilitation class en-US will be from 2 to 3 p.m. Tuesen-US -en-US days, Nov. 6 and 13, at Halifax en-US Health, 201 Building Conferen-US -en-US ence Room, 201 N. Clyde en-US Morris Blvd., Daytona Beach.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 425-4644.en-USThe Art of the Hearten-US Florida Hospital will host en-US two free community events en-US featuring live art demonstraen-US-en-US tions and an imaginative disen-US-en-US play of unique heart art by en-US local artist Lauren Breegle. en-US Over a heart-healthy lunch, en-US cardiac experts will explain en-US the latest cutting-edge techen-US-en-US nology, treatments and screenen-US -en-US ings available at Florida Hosen-US -en-US pitals. en-US The two events will be:en-US Nov. 2 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 en-US p.m. at the Victoria Gardens en-US Clubhouse, 1001 Garden Club en-US Drive, DeLanden-US Nov. 7 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 en-US p.m. at the Museum of Arts & en-US Sciences Cici and Hyatt en-US Brown Museum of Art, 325 S. en-US Nova Road, Daytona Beach. en-US Space is limiteden-US For a reseren-US -en-US vation, call (386) 231-4275 or en-US visiten-US FHcardiac.org.en-USCar seat safety checken-USFree Car Seat Safety Check en-US will be from 1 to 3 p.m. en-US Wednesday, Nov. 7, at Halifax en-US Health Medical Center, France en-US Tower, 303 N. Clyde Morris en-US Blvd., Daytona Beach.en-US The program is presented in en-US conjunction with SafeKids en-US Volusia/Flagler Counties. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 323-0000.en-USQuit Smoking Nowen-USA free, six-week Quit Smoken-US -en-US ing Now class will meet from en-US 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. each Wednesen-US -en-US day beginning Nov. 7 at Florien-US -en-US da Hospital Memorial Medical en-US Center.en-US There will be free patches en-US lozenges,gum, quit plan, worken-US -en-US book, water bottle and stress en-US ball.en-US For more information or to en-US register, call Northeast Florida en-US AHEC at (904) 482-0189.en-USHalifax recognized en-US for promoting tissueen-US donationen-USFor the second consecutive en-US year, Halifax Health Medical en-US Center of Daytona Beach was en-US recognized for promoting en-US enrollment in state organ en-US donor registries in a national en-US campaign sponsored by the en-US U.S. Department of Health en-US and Human Services Health en-US Resources and Services en-US Administration.en-US The campaign has added en-US 443,000 donor enrollments to en-US state registries nationwide.en-US Halifax Health conducted en-US awareness and registry camen-US -en-US paigns to educate staff, en-US patients, visitors, and commuen-US -en-US nity members about the critien-US-en-US cal need for organ, eye, and en-US tissue donors. en-USFree breastfeeding en-US class in Novemberen-US en-US The Florida Department of en-US Health in Volusia County is en-US hosting free breastfeeding en-US classes for new and expectant en-US mothers. en-US Classes cover the basics of en-US breastfeeding and are at: en-US to 11 a.m., Tuesday, Nov. en-US 13, at 1845 Holsonback Drive, en-US Daytona Beach.en-US to 8 p.m., Thursday, Nov. en-US 15, at 1845 Holsonback Drive, en-US Daytona Beach.en-US Each class is a one-time sesen-US -en-US sion. Reservations are suggest en-US-en-US ed, but not required.en-US For information or to regisen-US -en-US ter, call (866) 942-3663.en-USFree exercise programen-USThe Arthritis Foundation en-US Exercise Program for persons en-US 60 and older, funded by Elderen-US -en-US Source, will meet from 10:30 en-US to 11:30 a.m. Mondays and en-US Fridays in October and en-US November at Derbyshire en-US Christian Community Center, en-US 962 Derbyshire Road, Daytona en-US Beach.en-US For more information or to en-US register, call Northeast Florida en-US AHEC (877) 7848486.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 victorianofi@aol.com.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 425-5210 or visit ven-USfymen-US -en-US ca.org/hlc.en-USBipolar and depression en-US support group offereden-USA bipolar and depression en-US support group will meet from en-US 3 to 4 p.m. Wednesdays and en-US Thursdays at Halifax Health en-US Medical Center Fountain en-US Building, East Entrance, 303 en-US N. Clyde Morris Blvd., Daytoen-US -en-US na Beach. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 254-4080.en-USAA meetingsen-USAlcoholics Anonymous en-US offers meeting in all of Volusia en-US County. en-US For more information, visit en-US aadaytona.orgen-US or call the en-US hotline at (386) 756-2930.en-USOpiate problem en-US worseningen-USNarconon reminds families en-US the opiate problem is continuen-US -en-US ing to get worse and is now en-US considered a syndemic.en-US To learn more about the en-US nations crisis, visit naren-US -en-US conon-suncoast.org/blog/opien-US -en-US oid-crisis-now-considen-US -en-US ered-a-syndemic.html.en-US For more information, call en-US (877) 841-5509 for free screenen-US -en-US ings or referrals. 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Check our brake specials everyday We service all makes & models74 North Yonge St Ormond Beach386.673.7827www.silverstarormond.comWe service all makes & models + tax & Shop Supplies$8995 Quality Service, Sales & ConsignmentYour Mercedes Factory Trained Specialists! Mercedes-Benz BMW PORSCHE Audi VW FULL SYNTHETIC SERVICEMay not be combined with any other offers. Exp 11/30/18 R E A D E R S C H O I C E 2012 2017 2012 2017 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S Health News en-USPhoto courtesy of Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center en-US Ed Noseworthy, Florida Hospital Memorial Medical en-US Center CEO, right, presents radiation oncologist Dr. en-US Shravan Kandula with the physician of the quarter en-US award.

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Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill A-15en-USOpen Gymen-USOpen Gym will be from 6-8 en-US p.m. Fridays, Nov. 2, 9 and 16, 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 ormondbeach.org. 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-USSMA Beach 5K en-US and Sand & Sun Festen-USThe SMA Healthcare Founen-US -en-US dation will host the 23rd en-US annual Beach 5K and Sand & en-US Sun Fest at 10 a.m. Saturday, en-US Nov. 3, outside the Ocean en-US Deck, 127 S. Ocean Ave., Dayen-US-en-US tona Beach.en-US The chip-timed run raises en-US funds to support BEACH en-US House and other SMA Healthen-US -en-US care programs.en-US Packet pick up is at 8 a.m., en-US and the run/walk starts at 10 en-US a.m. Awards ceremony immeen-US -en-US diately follows the race.en-US Ocean Deck will donate a en-US percentage of sales, up to 2 en-US p.m., to SMA.en-US For more information or to en-US register, visiten-US SMABeach5K.en-US org.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-USSpeedway will host en-US open houseen-USDaytona International en-US Speedway will host a free open en-US house from 1 to 6 p.m. Sunday, en-US Nov. 4, giving the Central en-US Florida community an opporen-US -en-US tunity to explore the state-of-en-US the-art facility. en-US Reservations are encouren-US -en-US aged by visiting daytonainteren-US -en-US nationalspeedway.com/Openen-US -en-US House, but fans can also en-US walk-up the day of the event. en-US Parking is available in the en-US Midway outside the Axalta en-US Injector.en-USGo Over The Edgeen-USThe second-annual Over en-US The Edge At One Daytona en-US will be Nov. 2-3. en-US Registration is noen-US w open for en-US individual fundraisers, and en-US underwriting opportunities en-US are available from $5,000. The en-US registration fee is $25. The first en-US 140 fundraisers who raise a en-US minimum of $1,000 will earn en-US their spot to go Over the Edge en-US of the west-side faade of the en-US 102-foot-high International en-US Motorsports Center,en-US the headen-US -en-US quarters of NASCAR and en-US International Speedway Corp. en-US For more information or to en-US register, visit en-US DaytonaOverThen-US-en-US eEdge.org.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 cost is $35. Kids Fun en-US Run is free. Packet pickup will en-US be at the ballpark from 10 a.m. en-US to noon Saturday, Nov. 3. en-US Proceeds benefit Daytona en-USBeachcombers scholarships.en-US For more information, visit en-US daytonabeachcombers.comen-US or en-US contact Bob Hamlin at en-US Bob@en-US DaytonaRunningSeries.com. en-US To register, visit en-US RunSignUp.en-US com.en-USUSAC.25 National en-US season kicks off en-USThe United States Auto Club en-US announced its USAC.25 Series en-US (quarter midgets) seaen-US-en-US son-opening event will be Feb. en-US 7-10 at Daytona International en-US Speedway.en-US This will be the second visit en-US for the series at DIS. A 1/20th en-US of a mile long tri-oval raceen-US-en-US track will be temporarily conen-US -en-US structed on a paved section en-US inside DIS.en-US There are more than 40 en-US USAC.25 clubs nationwide for en-US children ages 5 and up.en-USRowers place en-US at Gator Headen-USThe Halifax Rowers middle en-US school and high school teams en-US placed at the Gator Head Oct. en-US 20 in Gainesville.en-US Julia Van Cleef and Vince en-US Leffler of the high school team en-US both scored gold in their 1x en-US races, and Gavin Smiley en-US scored silver.en-US Middle School 4x team is en-US Teagan Pytel, Sloan Cark, Jay en-US Saeed and, Tommy Power.en-US Womens Youth 8+ team is MAY The Beams Are Creaking The Dietrich Bonhoeffer Story Some Gave Everything to Stop Hitler NOVEMBER 1 TO 4 LIVE THEATER! CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH, DAYTONA BEACH 152 FAIRVIEW AVE. DAYTONA BEACH 32114 THE REBEL PASTOR WHO LED THE VALKYRIE CONSPIRACY Tickets $15 386-690-9295 A POSITIVELY FLORIDA PRODUCTION LICENSED BY SAMUEL FRENCH, NEW YORK All rates listed are pp/dbl.SOT #36723 3680 SE 26th Ave., Ocala, FL 34471 | www.LauraKaneTravel.comFor reservations call 877-498-3310SOT #36723 INCLUDES Deluxe motor coach Beau Rivage Resort $55 in FREE Slot Play $30 Meal Vouchers GRATUITY FOR HOSTESS & DRIVER INCLUDED Nov. 20-23 Thanksgiving / $259 Dec 10-13 $249 Dec. 23-27 Christmas $349 BILOXI CASINOS Call for bus pick up locations in your area en-USSports Briefsen-USSeeen-US en-US SPORTS,en-US page A16 en-GBE-NEWSLETTERen-GBnewsdy@hometownnewsol.comen-GBNEWSLETTER IN THE SUBJECT

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A-16 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill Dr. Jacob Barr, Physical Therapist Titleist Performance Institute Certified1425 Hand Ave, Suite H Ormond Beach 386-673-3535 barrandassociatesphysicaltherapy.com 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 J en-USust ask an old Florida en-US cracker. We dont have en-US crappie here only specks. en-USIn Louisiana, where I came en-US from, our crappie were en-US sac-a-lait. No matter the en-US name, there is no finer eating en-US or better fun than our states en-US speckled perch. en-US When I was a kid fishing en-US the great Atchafalaya Swamp en-US in Louisiana, sac-a-lait were en-US not high on my list. My target en-US was largemouth bass or those en-US great more mouth the Cajuns en-US called goggle eye. Those were en-US both large en-US and plentiful and, en-US whenever I did catch crappie, en-US they were small. en-US In 1968, I found myself on en-US the shores of Lake en-US Okeechobee in south central en-US Florida. Everyplace I went en-US bore some variation of the en-US name speckled perch. There en-US was a speckled perch lounge, en-US bowling alley and diner to en-US name a few. I didnt know en-US what a speckled perch was, en-US but I was intrigued. en-US Once I found out that was en-US the local name for crappie en-US (sac-a-lait), I was less than en-US impressed. That is until I saw en-US the size of the perch that were en-US coming from that big inland en-US sea. My, oh My! Stringers of en-US fat specks all weighing nearly en-US two pounds were the rule. en-US Back then the Okeechobee en-US bait of choice was minnows, en-US just like it is in Louisiana, but en-US I soon learned the better en-US catches came from using grass en-US shrimp. Once I got into it, I en-US was thrilled. en-US Our local speck season is en-US just kicking off. Every year en-US when the weather finally en-US cools, they leave the shade of en-US the lily pads and head for the en-US center of the lakes to spawn. en-US In the 1980s, I was introduced en-US to that phenomenon by my en-US neighbor Walter Anderson. en-US Hen-US e and I would troll the en-US center of most of the lakes en-US that are formed by the St. en-US Johns River. We always en-US brought home delicious en-US strings of perch. If you have en-US not sat down to a dinner of en-US specks, know that they are the en-US best tasting fish in Florida, en-US bar none. en-US The fun of catching them in en-US open water happens when you en-US have two fishermen trolling en-US six lines and three of them en-US have fish on. We used tiny jigs en-US on 1/64 oz. lead heads and en-US added weight to the lines with en-US split shot when needed. Hal en-US Flies or Beetle spins were the en-US preferred lures and we had en-US them in all colors. en-US My all time favorite place en-US for specks is Lake Woodruff. en-US That beautiful lake may be en-US accessed from Tedders Fish en-US camp directly behind DeLeon en-US Springs State Park or by en-US launching at Highland Park en-US Fish Camp. Crescent and en-US Dead Lakes a little further en-US north also provide great speck en-US fishing. Both lakes have a suiten-US-en-US able launch site. en-US Once Walter and I were en-US fishing in Crescent Lake when en-US the speckled perch were so en-US thick, you could dip them up en-US with a net. Back then the limit en-US was 50 per person (now 25) en-US and we had our 100-fish limit en-US in an hour. Of course, that was en-US one of those you had to be en-US there deals, but thats what en-US makes fishing fun. en-US Still farther north is big en-US Lake George and the speck en-US fishing there is mighty fine. en-US Going south to Sanford, Lake en-US Monroe is another place en-US where we scored heavily. That en-US lake is the only one I know of en-US where the state has a 12-inch en-US minimum in place, but that en-US wont bother you. I dont en-US remember ever having to en-US release any fish there because en-US they were too small. Put in en-US just west of the I-4 bridge and en-US motor east. Good fishing en-US there and in Lake Jessup en-US farther east. en-US Folks, the state record for en-US specks is right at 4 pounden-US s en-US and I know I have eaten some en-US that would have been records en-US up north. Fish over two en-US pounds is not unusual at all. en-US See the good folks at Williams en-US Southeast Tackle on Nova en-US Road in Holly Hill for all your en-US speck needs and information. en-US This is easy fishing and great en-US fun and the eats are delicious. en-US Dan Smith has fished the en-US waters of Volusia County for en-USmore than 40 years. Email en-US questions and comments to en-US fishwdan@att.net. en-US His book, I en-US Swear the Snook Drowned, is en-US available for purchase for en-US $10.95 at (386) 441-7793. en-USIn Florida, crappie en-US are speckled perchen-USFISHING en-US WITH DANen-USDAN SMITH en-USMelina Motwani, Emma en-US Dominguez, Brook Bell, Seona en-US Whyte, Taylor Francis, Ella en-US Smiley, Alana Francis, Sophia en-US Gillespie and Meredith Palleen-US -en-US maerts (cox).en-US Mens Youth 4+ team placed en-US seventh and is Thomas Spelen-US -en-US mans, Mo Pytel, Nathan en-US Huntoon, Eli Coleman and en-US Tommy Power (cox).en-US Mens Youth 2x, Vince Lefen-US -en-US fler, Gavin Smiley, third; en-US Arman Khazraee, Armeen en-US Khazraee, sixthen-US Mixed Middle School 8+, en-US third, Tommy Power, Teagan en-US Pytel, Michael Gutierrez, en-US Sloan Clark, Mackenzie en-US ODwyer, Hanna Spelmans, en-US Finnegan Gillispie, Daniel en-US Pierce and Jay Saeed (cox).en-USSportsen-USFrom page A15

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US Blinds 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S The 42nd annual Greek Festival will be en-USNov. 8-11, at St. Demetrios Greek Orthoen-US -en-US dox Church at 129 N Halifax Ave., Daytoen-US -en-US na Beach. en-US Daytonas Greek families invite everyen-US -en-US one to be Greek for the Weekend! and en-US join in the celebration by eating, dancing, en-US drinking and singing like a Greek.en-US The Greek Festival will be open 11 a.m. en-US to 10 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, en-US and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday. Beat the en-US weekend crowds and enjoy lunch or dinen-US-en-US ner on Thursday and grab some delicious en-US Greek pastries to take home or back to the en-US office.en-US A family-friendly event, attendees will en-US enjoy traditional, live Greek music, dancen-US -en-US ing, Greek beer, wine, ouzo and incredible en-US selections of Greek cuisine, featuring en-US favorite foods like Pastitsio, Dolmades, en-US Gyros and Baklava. Back by popular en-US demand is Moussaka, a layered eggplanten-US and potato-based dish with seasoned en-US meat, bchamel sauce and grated cheese. en-US Combination dinners, pastries and trays en-US of prepared foods will also be available for en-US individuals to take home.en-US New food items this year include Souen-US -en-US vlaki on a stick (small pieces of pork with en-US Greek seasoning grilled on a stick), Humen-US -en-US mus and Tzatziki dip and pita. Tzatziki is en-US a Greek sauce made with strained yogurt, en-US cucumbers and garlic.en-US Attendees can learn how to dance to en-US Greek music, enjoy Greek cuisine and en-US mingle with friends. The church is on the en-US beachside along the Halifax River between en-US Main Street and Seabreeze at 129 N. Halien-US -en-US fax Ave.en-US There also will be vendors with unique en-USFriday, Nov. 2en-USVolusia County Fair: en-US The en-US Volusia County Fair and Youth en-US Show will be Nov. 1-11 at the en-US fairgrounds at 3150 E. New York en-US Ave., DeLand. Opening Night is en-US free gate admission and $20 en-US ride bracelets. Regular admisen-US -en-US sion is $10 for people 13 and en-US older, $7 for children 6-12 and en-US free for children 5 and younger. en-US Fair hours are 4 p.m. until en-US Midway closes Monday to Friday, en-US 11 a.m. until Midway closes en-US Saturday and Sunday. Tuesday, en-US Nov. 6 hours are 1 p.m. until en-US Midway closes. Closing day en-US Sunday, Nov. 11, hours are 11 en-US a.m. to 9 p.m. en-USFor more en-US information, visit en-US volusiacountyen-US -en-US fair.com.en-US Cinematique:en-US Monsters and en-US Men will be shown at 242 S. en-US Beach St., Daytona Beach. en-US Tickets are $9 general or en-US $7members. Matinees are $7 en-US general or $5members. en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 252-3118. en-US Daytona Playhouse: en-USFunny, en-US You Dont Look Like a Granden-US -en-US mother will be performed select en-US nights through Nov. 11 at 100 en-US Jessamine Blvd., Daytona Beach. en-US Tickets are $22 for seniors, $23 en-US for adults and $14 for youth. en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 255-2431 or visiten-US DaytonaPlayen-US -en-US house.org.en-US Beams are Creaking: en-USThe story en-US of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the rebel en-US German pastor who helped lead en-US the Valkyrie Conspiracy to en-US assassinate Hitler, will be told in en-US the play The Beams are en-US Creaking, Nov. 1 to 4, at Central en-US Baptist church,152 Fairview en-US Ave., Daytona Beach. en-US Evening performances are en-US 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and en-US Saturday and Matinees are 2 en-US p.m. Saturday and Sunday. en-US Tickets are $15 and at positivelyen-US -en-US floridaTC.com or at Aberrant Art en-US Gallery, 118 N. Beach St., en-US Daytona Beach, and Renewals en-US Bookshop, 221 Washington St., en-US New Smyrna Beach. en-US Third annual DeLand Sport en-US Aviation Showcase: en-USThe City of en-US DeLand and officials at the en-US DeLand Municipal Airport will en-US host the third annual DeLand en-US Sport Aviation Showcase through en-US Nov. 3. Aircraft on display at the en-US Showcase include sport en-US airplanes, amphibians, ultraen-US-en-US lights, rotorcraft and trikes, en-US powered parachutes and en-US paragliders, and experimental en-US aircraft. Saturday at Showcase en-US2018 is Student Day with free en-US admission for all students. On en-US this day, the workshops, en-US demonstrations, and forums are en-US geared towards the student pilot. en-US The Flying Musicians Associaen-US -en-US tion, performing live music daily en-US in the Show Center Tent, also will en-US provide a scholarship opportunien-US-en-US ty for musicians that want to en-US become pilots.en-US The Showcase offers on-site en-GBOut en-GB &en-GB en-GB about en-USARIES Mar 21/Apr 20en-USAries, you are back on track in en-US various ways. This week en-US friendships get pushed to the en-US forefront. If you are looking to en-US make new connections, youll en-US make them.en-USTAURUS Apr 21/May 21en-USTaurus, if you can find balance en-US in your daily schedule, satisfacen-US -en-US tion will flow all week long. Start en-US implementing new strategies to en-US get on task and any stress will en-US dissipate.en-USGEMINI May 22/Jun 21en-USYour work life may seem like it en-US is all over the place, Gemini. It en-US could be because you havent en-US established a firm separation of en-US career and family. Try not to en-US overlap the two often.en-USCANCER Jun 22/Jul 22en-USCancer, your recent plan to en-US flex some creativity must fit in en-US with family life. Why not get a en-US spouse or children involved with en-US the process? It can be a group en-US effort.en-USLEO Jul 23/Aug 23en-USLeo, you have to pull back and en-US recuperate if you have been en-US pushing yourself too hard; en-US otherwise, your health can en-US suffer. Economize your energy en-US for fun things.en-USVIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22en-USWhile you cant help but worry en-US if you have enough material and en-US resources to make a project en-US succeed, dwelling too much on en-US what youre lacking will get you en-US nowhere fast, Virgo.en-USLIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23en-USLibra, if you play your cards en-US right the next few days, you may en-US look back on this week with a big en-US smile on your face. Something en-US that has required a lot of en-US attention is no longer a burden.en-USSCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22en-USScorpio, you will soon start to en-US feel like you have the stamina en-US and motivation to make things en-US happen at home. Now is the en-US perfect time to start some en-US projects.en-USSAGITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21en-USWealth is not only measured en-US in your financial resources, but en-US also in the close personal en-US relationships you maintain. en-US Surround yourself with loved en-USSeeen-US en-US OUT,en-US page B3en-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsdy@hometownnewsol.com en-USSeeen-US en-US SCOPES,en-US page B3en-USIts the 42nd time for a lot of Opas!en-USHometown News file photoen-USChildren dance traditional Greek dances during the annual Greek Festival at St. Demetrios Orthodox en-US Church in Daytona Beach.en-USThe 56th Annual Halifax en-US Art Festival will be from 9 a.m. en-US to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3, and en-US 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. en-US 4, on Beach Street in downen-US-en-US town Daytona Beach. en-US The festival is the second en-US oldest continuous festival in en-US Florida. It was voted Best Outen-US -en-US door Art Festival by readers of en-US Hometown News and has en-US received grants from the Halien-US -en-US fax Area Advertising Authorien-US-en-US ty.en-US The festival features a en-US unique blend of fine arts, en-US crafts, music, food and fun. en-US Admission is free to the public en-US with plenty of free parking for en-US artful shoppers and artists.en-US The festival features juried en-US local, regional and national en-US original works of art from over en-US 250 artists, offering affordable en-US artwork for the established as en-US well as the beginning collector.en-US It features two sections, en-US Competitive Fine Arts and en-US Crafts, which is juried and en-US judged and eligible for prize en-US and patron money. Non-Comen-US -en-US petitive Arts are juried, but not en-US eligible for awards. Artworks en-US in both sections are all origien-US -en-US nal.en-US The Student Art Exhibit and en-US Competition feature art stuen-US-en-US dents from kindergarten en-US through 12th grade from the en-US Volusia County public school en-US system and area private en-US schools. The student art will en-US be at Marina View, 125 Basin en-US St., Daytona Beach, during fesen-US-en-US tival hours. After the Sunday en-US Awards Ceremony, the winen-US-en-US ning art will be on display at en-US the Museum of Arts & Sciencen-US -en-US es, 352 S. Nova Road, Daytona en-US Beach, for one week.en-US Children, pre-k to 5 years en-US old are invited to create their en-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsdy@hometownnewsol.comen-USArt will fill Beach en-US Street in Daytona en-USHometown News file photoen-USA man carries a painting he bought as he strolls en-US down Beach Street during the annual Halifax Art en-US Festival in Downtown Daytona Beach.. en-USSeeen-US en-US ART,en-US page B3en-US Seeen-US en-US OPA,en-US page B3en-GBDining en-GB&en-GB Entertainment en-GBFRIDAY, NOV. 2, 2018 en-GB DAYTONA BEACH en-GB WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSVOLUSIA.COM

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B-2 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USBank & Blues Club: en-US Andy T en-US Band featuring Alabama Mike en-US will perform at 9 p.m. Saturday, en-US Nov. 3. Tickets are $10. Doors en-US open at 6:30 p.m. at 701 Main en-US St., Daytona Beach.en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 252-en-US 9877.en-US Bahama Breeze Island Grille: en-US Live entertainment is from 6-10 en-US p.m. Wednesday through Sunday en-US at 1786 W. International en-US Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach. en-US For more information, visit en-US bahamabreeze.com.en-US Big Ds Hollywood Nights:en-US In the en-US 3D Lounge at Diamond Dolls en-US Daytona, Big Ds is open 5 p.m. en-US to 3 a.m. daily at 301 Madison en-US Ave., Daytona Beach. Mondays en-US are Muy Caliente Noche Latina en-US Nights and Tuesdays are EDM. en-US Scoot your boots for Wild West en-US Wednesdays and start your en-US weekend early with Throwback en-US Thursdays, featuring classic en-US rock. Live bands play Friday and en-US Saturday night, and Service en-US Industry Night is Sunday.en-US Black Sheep Pub and Eating en-US House: en-US Happy Hour is 3-7 p.m. en-US and 9 p.m.-close daily. Weekly en-US specials include $4.50 Cueren-US -en-US voRitas Mondays; Locals Night en-US with happy hour all night and en-US Pub Trivia at 7 p.m., gift card en-US prizes, Wednesdays; All day en-US Bloody Marys $3, 10-ounce New en-US York Strip $12.95 each Sunday. en-US Lunch specials served everyday en-US 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at 890 S. Atlantic en-US Ave. in Ormond Beach.en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 673-en-US 5933 or visiten-US theblacksheep.en-US com.en-US CorkScrew Bar & Grille: en-US Upcoming performers are Jazz en-US Guitarist Robert Harris, noon-3 en-US p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4; Singer-Guien-US -en-US tarist Joe Calabrese, 6-9 p.m. en-US Tuesday, Nov. 6; and Singer-Guien-US -en-US tarist Gino Conti, 6-9 p.m. en-US Wednesday, Nov. 7, at 235 en-US Canal St., New Smyrna Beach. en-US For more information, call (386) en-US 957-3955.en-US Daytona Beach Brewing Co.: en-US Taproom hours are 4-8 p.m. en-US Tuesday-Thursday and noon to en-US 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday in en-US Unit N at 482 Fentress Blvd., en-US Daytona Beach. en-US For more en-US information, call (844) 352-en-US 2337 or visit en-US daytonabeachbrewen-US -en-US ingcompany.com.en-US Frappes Italian Grille: en-US Happiest Hour is in the bar en-US nightly from 5-6:30 p.m. First en-US Tuesday of the month is wine en-US tasting, two whites, two reds and en-US an appetizer for $25. en-USFor en-US reservations, call (386) en-US 615-4888. en-US Grille at Riverview:en-US Upcoming en-US performers are Christie Beu, en-US 6:30-10:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2; 5 en-US Island Steel, 12:304:30 p.m. en-US Sunday, Nov. 4; and Christie en-US Beu, 6-10 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. en-US 7, at 101 Flagler Ave., New en-US Smyrna Beach. Dinner reservaen-US-en-US tions required. en-US For more informaen-US-en-US tion, call (386) 428-1865. en-US Grind Gastropub and Kona Tiki en-US Bar: en-US Open daily at 11:30 a.m., en-US live entertainment and free valet en-US service at 49 W. Granada Blvd., en-US Ormond Beach. en-US For more en-US information, visiten-US grindgastropub.en-US com. en-US Hard Rock Hotel Daytona en-US Beach: en-USMark Venneri will perform en-US from 6-9 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12, en-US at the Sessions Terrace at 918 en-US N. Atlantic Ave.en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 947-en-US 7300 or visit en-US hardtockhoteldayen-US -en-US tonabeach.com.en-US Heaths Natural Foods:en-US Free en-US wine tasting from 4:30-6:30 p.m. en-US every Wednesday at 600 E. en-US Third Ave., New Smyrna Beach. en-US For more information, call (386) en-US 423-5126.en-US Lagerheads Bar & Grill: en-US Upcomen-US-en-US ing performers are Lou McNally, en-US Friday, Nov. 2; Don Hill, noon-4 en-USp.m. Saturday, Nov. 3; Robert en-US Keele, 5-9 p.m. Saturday; and en-US Don Hill, Sunday, Nov. 4; Eddie en-US Wolford, Monday, Nov. 5, and en-US Tuesday, Nov. 6; Reuben en-US Morgan, Wednesday, Nov. 7; and en-US Don Hill, Thursday, Nov. 8. en-US Weather permitting, live music is en-US at 2986 Ocean Shore Blvd., en-US Ormond-by-the-Sea. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 265-en-US 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. Granada Blvd., No. 5, Ormond en-US Beach. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 492-7887.en-US Louies Pizza House: en-USKaraoke en-US with TNT from 5:30-9 p.m. every en-US Friday and Saturday at 1347 en-US Beville Road, South Daytona.en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 788-6172. en-US LuLus Oceanside Grill: en-USLive en-US entertainment 9 p.m. to en-US midnight Friday and Saturday at en-US 30 S. Atlantic Ave., Ormond en-US Beach.en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 673-2641 or visit en-US lulusoceansidegrill.com. en-US Merks Bar & Grill:en-US On en-US Tuesday, there is Texas hold em; en-US Wednesday is trivia challenge en-US night and Thursday night is en-US karaoke, all at 7:30 p.m. There is en-US live acoustic guitar music at 7:30 en-US p.m. Fridays at 193 North en-US Causeway, New Smyrna Beach. en-US For more information, call (386) en-US 427-1177 or visit en-US merksbaranden-US -en-US grill.com.en-US Mr. Dunderbaks: en-USMonthly en-US beer tasting will be 5:30 to 8:30 en-US p.m. Friday, Nov. 2. The 10 en-US featured beers are Rogue en-US Combat Wombat Sour IPA, en-US Terrapin Gamma Ray Wheat en-US wine-style Ale with honey, Funky en-US Buddha Wide Awake Its Morning en-US (3 oz. pour), Goodwood Bourbon en-US Barrel Stout, Boulevard Tart en-US Apple Radler, Lagunitas Passion en-US Grass Ale brewed with lemonen-US -en-US grass and passion fruit, Clown en-US Shoes Chocolate Sombrero en-US Mexican-style Chocolate Stout, en-US Terrapin Hopsecutioner IPA, en-US Hofbrau Dunkel and Dachs en-US Wisconsin Premium Lager. en-US Cost is $12 per person. en-US Seating is limited to the first 70 en-US prepaid reservations. If interesten-US -en-US ed, call (386) 258-1600 to en-US reserve a spot at 1700 W. en-US International Speedway.en-US Mulligans Family Sports Grille: en-US Rockstar karaoke by Bob en-US Heartland is at 9 p.m. Friday, en-US and Saturday; Live Team Trivia en-US 6:30-8:30 p.m., Monday; Eddie en-US Uzzle will perform oldies at 5:30 en-US p.m. Tuesday; Karaoke with Rock en-US Star Bob, 9 p.m. Thursday, at en-US 3830 S. Nova, Port Orange. en-USFor en-US more information, call (386) en-US 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 plays acoustic en-US guitar from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. en-US Wednesdays. Tom Redmond en-US performs classic rock from 5-8 en-US p.m. Fridays. Karaoke with en-US Stormin Norman is from 4-8 en-US p.m. every Saturday and Sunday, en-US at 127 S. Ocean Ave., Daytona en-US Beach. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 253-5224 or visit en-US oceandeck.com.en-US Ohana Luau Dinner Show: en-USThis en-US dinner show spectacular and en-US family-style feast will be en-US Thursday, Friday and Saturday. en-US The show has a 6:30 p.m. en-US seating, dinner at 7:15 p.m. and 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S Open to 7PM 4894 Front St. | Ponce Inlet near the lighthouse | 386-761-4831www.downthehatchseafood.com Sea Spirit & Manatee Cruise Boarding Here! R E A D E R S C H O I C E 2012 2017 2012 2017 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1 R E A D E R S Prime Rib Friday & Saturday R E A D E R S C H O I C E 2012 2017 2012 2017 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S Open at 11am Daily Alaskan Snow Crab Daily Steaks Ribs Seafood Buffalo Wings Burgers Thank you for Voting us Best All you CAN EAT CRAB LEGS ALL DAY EVERY DAY! $5 Cuervo Gold Ritas FULL BAR 890 S. 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HTN Exp 11/30/18 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 Dining & Entertainment en-USBiker fun en-USRandy Barber/staff photographeren-USLooks like someone stayed too long watching others go by during the annuen-US -en-US al Biketoberfest on Main Street in Daytona Beach on Friday, Oct. 19.en-GBTheen-GB en-GBCluben-GB en-GBScene en-USSeeen-US en-US SCENE,en-US page B3 en-GBSign up for en-GBE-NEWSLETTERen-GBemail: newsdy@en-GB hometownnewsol.comen-GB en-GBNEWSLETTER IN THE SUBJECT en-GBRANTZ & RAVESen-GBnewsdy@en-GB hometownnewsol.com

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ALL PRICES GOOD WEDNESDAY 10/31 THROUGH TUESDAY 11/6 WHILE SUPPLIES LAST. Live Music Every Friday Catering Cooking Wine Tasting Private Parties123 West Granada Blvd. Ormond Beach 386.615.4888 www.FrappesItalianGrille.comIts Election DayLets Drink Wine! Join 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 Sing out en-USRandy Barber/staff photographeren-USSinger-guitarist Matt Wall of the band Holy Human performs during the en-US Ormond Beach Live Original Music & Art Festival at The Casements on Saten-US-en-US urday, Oct. 13. Also pictured with Mr. Wall is the drummer, Woody Moore. en-USconcessions and underwing en-US camping for visitors that fly in for en-US the event. en-US For more information, visit en-US SportAviationShowcase.com.en-US Ormond Beach Performing Arts en-US Center: en-US The Grascals will perform en-US at 7 p.m. at 299 N. U.S. 1, en-US Ormond Beach. The Grascals are en-US two time winners of the en-US International Bluegrass Music en-US Association Entertainer of the en-US Year Award, and are three time en-US Grammy Award nominees for en-US Bluegrass Album of the Year. en-US Their newest album is Before en-US Breakfast. The 12-song en-US collection was released Sept. 1. en-US Tickets are $20. en-USFor more en-US information, call (386) 676-en-US 3375.en-US Movies on the Halifax: en-USThe en-US Ormond Beach Leisure Services en-US Department and The Casements en-US Guild will present Star Wars: en-US The Last Jedi at 6:30 p.m. in en-US Rockefeller Gardens, 26 en-US Riverside Drive There will be a en-US special appearance by the 501st en-US Legion before the movie for a en-US character parade and photoen-US -en-US graphs. Costumes encouraged. en-US Bring a lawn chair or a blanket. en-US Refreshments will be available to en-US buy. Movie is rated PG-13. Some en-US material may be inappropriate en-US for children under 13.en-USSaturday, Nov. 3en-USDeLand Original Music Festival:en-US en-US The 18th annual DeLand en-US Original Music Festival will en-US feature 150 local and regional en-US bands from 1 p.m. to 1 a.m. en-US Festival goers can visit one of 23 en-US stages in Downtown DeLand.en-US The event is the largest en-US one-day independenten-US en-US music festival in the Southeast. en-US It also hosts the 2018 Songwriten-US -en-US ers Showcases of America Music en-US Awards.en-US Other activities include an Art en-US Show with more than 30 area en-US artists as well as a wide variety en-US of vendors. There will be a en-US community drum circle for the en-US public and a family-friendly kid en-US zone in front of the Historic en-US Courthouse on West Indiana 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 myohanaluau.com.en-US Ormond Brewing Co.: en-USCraft en-US beer tastings are 4 to 11 p.m. en-US Thursday and Friday, noon to 11 en-US p.m. Saturday and noon to 8 en-US p.m. Sunday. Live music and en-US food are featured Friday en-US evenings at 301 Division Ave., en-US Unit 15, Ormond Beach. en-US For en-US more information call (386) en-US 256-3904.en-US Peanuts Restaurant & Sports en-US Bar:en-US Wednesday is open mike en-US night and ladies night starting at en-US 8 p.m. Thursday the Pirates en-US perform at 8 p.m. at 421 Flagler en-US Ave., New Smyrna Beach. en-USFor en-US more information, call (386) en-US 423-1469. en-US The Smokehouse Saloon: en-US Rockin Blues Jam is from 2-6 en-US p.m. Sunday. Chance and the en-US Blues Daddies perform at 144 S. en-US Ridgewood Ave., Holly Hill. en-USFor en-US information, call (386) 265-en-US 5998. en-US Stonewood Grill and Tavern: en-US Mark Venneri will perform from en-US 6-9 p.m. each Tuesday at 2150 en-US LPGA Blvd., Daytona Beach.en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 317-0097.en-USones this week, Sagittarius.en-USCAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20en-USProfessional focus takes on en-US a new edge this week, Caprien-US-en-US corn, You are determined to en-US make a mark for yourself by en-US finishing an important task, en-US and you have your eyes on the en-US prize.en-USAQUARIUS Jan 21/Feb 18en-USAquarius, dont hold back en-US this week, even if your mind en-US starts to wonder. A vivid en-US imagination may help you en-US answer some questions and en-US revitalize your spirit.en-USPISCES Feb 19/Mar 20en-USSelf-doubt and confusion try en-US to edge their way in, but you en-US wont let them, Pisces. If you en-US stick with positive companions, en-US youll be in a good frame of en-US mind. en-USown masterpieces under the en-US Little Van Gogh tent while en-US friends and family watch. All art en-US supplies are free.en-US Live music will be featured en-US both Saturday and Sunday. Plenen-US-en-US ty of seating will be available in en-US Riverfront Park to enjoy the en-US music or a snack. Shoppers may en-US choose from festival food or the en-US bistros and restaurants along en-US Beach Street.en-US The festival is presented by en-US the Guild of the Museum of Arts en-US & Sciences, and is a signature en-US fundraiser for the museum. en-US For more information, visit en-US HalifaxArtFestival.org.en-US items available for sale.en-US Free parking and shuttle en-US buses will be available during en-US festival hours. Free parking at en-US Our Lady of Lourdes Church, en-US 1014 N. Halifax Ave. Custom en-US luxury air conditioned buses en-US will run every 10 minutes to en-US shuttle guests to and from the en-US festival.en-US Tours of the church to discoven-US -en-US er the Greek religious traditions en-US will be available.en-USOpaen-USFrom page B1en-USArten-USFrom page B1en-USScopesen-USFrom page B1en-USSceneen-USFrom page B2en-USOuten-USFrom page B1 en-USSeeen-US en-US OUT,en-US page B4

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B-4 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill Not affiliated with any government agency. This is an educational event. Per federal law, no specific plans or companies will be discussed. Instructor will be a Florida Insurance licensed agent. Thank You For Voting #1 Workshops/Seminars R E A D E R S C H O I C E 2014 2014 2015 2015 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2016 2016 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S Call Medicare Maria to RSVP 386-788-6269 FREE MEDICARE INFORMATION CLASS Please call to schedule your time! We represent over 40 plans and will always give you honest and unbiased answers. There is never a charge for our Services!PORT ORANGE, FLATLANTIC RETIREMENT SOLUTIONS 5111 S. RIDGEWOOD AVE #200 386.760.7730 1022 B. North US Hwy. 1 Ormond Beach, FL 32174 Follow Us on Facebook & Just Like New Furniture Consignment OPEN HOUSE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH 12PM8PM Refreshments Gift Certicate Prize Sales Galore! One Year Anniversary Dont Miss It! Come Celebrate With Us In Ormond Beach Two Great Courses One Great Location Membership Options Available to Fit your Needs SOUTH COURSE SPECIALUnlimited Golf at Pelican Bay South Course Includes Cart PLUS a Single Pool Pass Available for a Limited time www.GolfAtPelicanBay.com Seasonal Memberships Available Full Golf Membership Unlimited Golf at both Pelican Bay North & South Courses Cart included, House Charging Discounts on Golf & Restaurant Social Pass House Charging Discounts on Golf & Restaurant Pool Pass, Unlimited Swimming Weekday Golf Unlimited Golf Monday-Friday at Both Courses with Cart, House Account, Pools & Social Passes included Sports Pass Unlimited Golf After 2pm at Both Courses with Cart, House Account, Pool & Social Passes included Royal Coach Tours & Cruises, Inc. FL Lic #24522NOV. 15 or 16..MYSTERY DAY TRIP Lunch & 2 Fun Activities -$88NOV. 28 HELLO DOLLY starring Betty Buckley Orlando -$148 Dec. 1 Winter Wonderettes Winter Park Holiday Show -$67 Dec. 6 St. Augustine Nights of Lights Trolley Tour -$53 Dec. 8 ELF Alhambra Theatres Holiday Show -$99 DEC. 8-12 SAN ANTONIO RIVERWALK HOLIDAY w/AirfareDEC. 15 Its A Wonderfull Life The Musical & Dixie Crossroads -$86 DEC. 31 NEW YEARS EVE: St. Johns Paddlewheel 4 to 7pm-$94 JAN. 20-27 OASIS OF THE SEAS West Carib, Bus to Port CanaveralFEB. 18-23 BRILLIANCE OF THE SEAS, Key West, Cozumel & BusSEP. 30-OCT. 10SEINE RIVER CRUISE PARIS to NORMANDY 75th Anniv. & FREE AIRCall for a new tour list386-788-0208www.royalcoachtours.comBuses Depart from New Smyrna, Port Orange, Ormond, & Palm Coast R E A D E R S C H O I C E 2012 2017 2012 2017 THANK YOU, AGAIN FOR VOTING US #1 JOIN OUR MONTHLY NEWSLETTER 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 International delight en-USRandy Barber/staff photographeren-USGeorge Kostrevski, left, serves Charlie Cobb of Ormond Beach during the en-US Worlds Fare Food Festival at Holy Cross Orthodox Church in Ormond Beach en-US on Saturday, Oct. 27. en-USEen-USlection Day is just around en-US the corner. Have you en-US decided on your meal that en-US day? en-USIt could be a time to en-US celebrate or maybe wait until en-US next Election Day. Whatever en-US the outcome, we should en-US celebrate the right to vote.en-US Around my house, we dont en-US discuss politics, it gets too en-US heated. My wife actually hides en-US her list of ballot choices. Thats en-US fine with me. Id rather talk en-US about food. The subject is en-US pretty straight forward. You en-US cook it this way and it comes en-US out fine. en-US In politics you never know en-US what the politicians are en-US cooking up. Maybe I should en-US run for some kind of office? I en-US can see it now, Vote for Chef en-US Magoulas, hes the coolest a en-US recipe in every pot. Not en-US catchy enough? en-US On Election Day most en-US people will probably order en-US food delivered, such as wings, en-US pizza, or subs. You know, en-US something quick and easy. en-US Everyone can sit around with en-US their favorite beverage and en-US wait on the election returns. en-US NOT in my house NO, NO, en-US NO. en-US With a chef in the house, en-US my family wants me to cook. en-US My wife does not understand en-US fast-food delivery. She thinks en-US its me coming home and en-US cooking something FAST! en-US Maybe I SHOULD run for en-US some kind of office and, if en-US elected, I would be out of the en-US kitchen for a while. No such en-US luck. en-US I can see it now. Before the en-US meetings start, I would be en-US expected to whip something en-US up for everyone or prepare en-US food for open forums. I think en-US Ill stay in the kitchen, thats en-US what I know. OK, now its food en-US time. How about some snacks en-US to go with your beverages or at en-US least until your food delivery en-US shows up!en-US en-USSeasoned Roasted en-US Peanuts with Dried Fruiten-USIngredientsen-US A container of roasted en-US peanuts, unsalted (around 16 en-US ounces)en-US 1 tablespoon chili powderen-US 1 tablespoon kosher salt (or en-US to taste)en-US 1/2 teaspoon cayenne en-US pepperen-US 2 cups dried fruit (whatever en-US you like raisins, cherries, en-US cranberries)en-US 2 tablespoons melted butter en-US Directionsen-US Place peanuts in bowl, coat en-US with melted butter, and then en-US coat with seasoning. Mix fruit en-US with peanuts and enjoy.en-USHard Boiled Eggs with en-US Crabmeaten-USIngredientsen-US 4 ounces lump crabmeat en-US 1/2 stick celery, finely en-US chopped en-US 1 tablespoon mayonnaise en-US 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard en-US 1 tablespoon fresh lemon en-US juice en-US 3 tablespoons chopped fresh en-US parsley or cilantro en-US Salt and freshly ground en-US black pepper en-US 6 hardboiled eggs, peeled, en-US halved, and yolks removed en-US en-US Directions en-US In a medium mixing bowl, en-US combine the crabmeat, celery, en-US mayonnaise, Dijon mustard, en-US lemon juice, cooked egg yolks en-US and parsley. Season to taste en-US with salt and pepper. Spoon en-US the crab mixture into the egg en-US halves. Transfer the filled eggs en-US to a platter and serve. Can be en-US made ahead of time, but en-US tightly wrap and refrigerate.en-US Costa Magoulas is dean of en-US the Mori Hosseini College of en-US Hospitality and Culinary en-US Management at Daytona State en-US College. Contact him at (386) en-US 506-3578 or en-US magoulc@en-US daytonastate.edu.en-USCHEF COSTA'S en-US COOKING en-US CORNERen-USCOSTA MAGOULAS en-USWhat to eat on Election Dayen-USAvenue. en-US Discounted advanced tickets en-US for $10 are online at ssa.cc or at en-US Steves Downtown Music in en-US DeLand and Atlantic Sounds in en-US Daytona Beach. Tickets are $15 en-US at the gate. Children ages 12 en-US anden-US en-US younger are free. The event is en-US presented rain or shine byen-US en-US the Songwriters Showcases of en-US America. en-US The Stage at Thank You Five: en-US Open mike night will be at 7:30 en-US p.m. in Unit 2N at 4606 S. Clyde en-US Morris Blvd., Port Orange. en-US Singers, musicians, poets, en-US comedians, magiciansall types en-US of performers welcome. en-US Admission is $5. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 295-en-US 5699 or visit en-US thankyoufive.org.en-US Gala: en-US Bel Canto Singers en-US annual Gala will be at 6:30 p.m. en-US at Pelican Bay Country Club, 350 en-US Pelican Bay Drive, Daytona en-US Beach. The evening will include en-US dining, dancing to the sound of en-US the Moonlighters, featured en-US singers and silent auction. en-US Tickets are $50 per person. en-US Black tie optional. en-US For informaen-US-en-US tion and tickets, visiten-US BelCantoen-US-en-US Daytona.org en-US or email en-UStalk2us@en-US belcantodaytona.org. en-USSunday, Nov. 4en-USPeabody Auditorium:en-US The U.S en-US Navy Bands Commodores Jazz en-US Ensemble will perform at 7 p.m. en-US at 600 Auditorium Blvd., Daytona en-US Beach. The concert is a en-US family-friendly events entertainen-US -en-US ing to veterans, families, en-US individuals and those interested en-US in joining the Navy. All Navy Band en-US performances are free and open en-US to the public. Tickets are en-US available, to be picked up in en-USOuten-USFrom page B3en-US Seeen-US en-US OUT,en-US page B5

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Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill B-5en-USAuditions slateden-USDaytona Playhouse will host en-US auditions for Its a Wonderful en-US Life (Radio) at 7 p.m. Sunday, en-US Nov. 4, and Monday, Nov. 5, at en-US 100 Jessamine Blvd., Daytona en-US Beach. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 255-2431 or visiten-US Daytonaen-US -en-US Playhouse.org.en-USAfter School Funen-USOrmond Memorial Art en-US Museum will host Finger Kiten-US-en-US ting 101with Colleen Flannery en-US for students 6 to 12 from 2 to en-US 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7, at en-US 78 E. Granada Blvd., Ormond en-US Beach. en-US The class will work with a en-US variety of media from string en-US crafts and paper-making to en-US painting and sculpting. en-US For more information or to en-US register, call (386) 676-3347.en-USLunch and Learnen-USThe Museum of Arts & Scien-US -en-US ences will host a lunch and en-US learn from noon to 1:30 p.m. en-US Friday, Nov. 9 at 352 S. Nova en-US Road, Daytona Beach. en-US Learn more about the oldest en-US paintings on exhibit at the Cici en-US and Hyatt Brown Museum of en-US Art. en-US Lecture and lunch is free for en-US members. Lunch is $5 for en-US non-members.en-US For more information or a resen-US -en-US ervation, call (386) 255-0285. en-USTurtlePaloozaen-USOcean Art Gallery will host en-US Turtle Palooza! from 5 to 8 p.m. en-US Saturday, Nov. 3, at 197 E. en-US Granada Blvd. in Ormond en-US Beach. en-US The second annual event with en-US art featuring sea turtles will raise en-US money for the Friends of Gamen-US-en-US ble Rogers, a volunteer group en-US that supports the state park.en-USSymphony guild meetsen-USThe Daytona Beach Symphoen-US -en-US ny Guild will meet at 10 a.m. en-US Monday, Nov. 5, at St. James en-US Episcopal Church Hall, 38 S. en-US Halifax Ave., Ormond Beach.en-US Guests are welcome. Followen-US-en-US ing the business meeting, the en-US Daytona State College Madrigal en-US Singers will perform music of en-US the Renaissance period as well en-US as traditional Christmas carols.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 253-2901.en-USArt guild on exhibiten-USThe Ormond Beach Art en-US Guild will exhibit members en-US works at the Ormond Beach en-US Regional Library Nov. 2-29 at 30 en-US S. Beach St.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 676-4191.en-USPeabody fundraiseren-USThe Peabody Auditorium en-US Foundation will host is Denim en-US & Diamonds fundraiser Saturen-US -en-US day, Nov. 17. en-US A limited number of premien-US-en-US um tickets will be available for en-US the pre-event to Grammy en-US Award-winning Country Artist en-US Travis Tritts concert at Peabody en-US Auditorium. The pre-concert en-US will feature The Voice performen-US -en-US er Kaleb Lee from 5:30-7:15 en-US p.m. at the Ocean Center. en-US The cost for the fundraiser en-US and concert are $150 each. For en-US just the fundraiser, the cost is en-US $75, which includes a beer bar, en-US country food stations and valet en-US parking. en-US For more information, visit en-US peabodyauditorium.org.en-USWriting and quilting en-US at Schnebly Centeren-USDaytona Beach Cultural & en-US Leisure Services Department is en-US offering new programs at the en-US Peggy Schnebly Recreation en-US Center at 1101 N. Atlantic 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 creativity en-US and cultural expression, includen-US-en-US ing sewing, weaving and croen-US -en-US cheting. The cost is 50 cents. en-US For more information or to en-US register, call (386) 671-3560 or en-US visit en-US codb.us/activities.en-USCommunity Creative en-USCaregivingen-USAtlantic Center for the Arts en-US Arts & Wellness ambassadors en-US Vicki Gross and Ashlee Hughes en-US will host creative caregiving en-US from 1 to 3 p.m. Mondays, Nov. en-US 5 to Dec. 10 at Bishops Glen, en-US 900 LPGA Blvd., Holly Hill.en-US Reservations are required, en-US limited to 20 participants per en-US session. Free and open to careen-US-en-US givers and care partners. en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 423-1753, or visiten-US atlanticcenteren-US -en-US forthearts.org.en-US en-USOrmond Memorialen-USOrmond Memorial Art en-US Museum will host several classen-US-en-US es at at 78 E. Granada Blvd., en-US Ormond Beach. en-US Beginning-Intermediate en-US Watercolor Series with Stacey en-US Fletcher Reynolds from 5:30 to en-US 7:30 p.m. Thursdays, Nov. 8, 15, en-US 29 and Dec. 6. The cost is $95 en-US for members and $103 for non en-US members.en-US Art Licensing: What it is and en-US how to make money with it with en-US BJ Lantz will meet from 10 a.m. en-US to noon Saturday, Nov. 10. The en-US cost is $65 for members and $72 en-US for non members.en-US Raw: A Guided Meditation en-US with Alexandrea will meet 6:30 en-US to 8 p.m. Raw crystals and minen-US -en-US erals will be provided for use en-US and to take home. The cost is en-US $33 for members and $36 for en-US non members.en-US Still Life Pastels Workshop en-US with Stacey Fletcher Reynolds en-US will meet from 3 to 6 p.m. Frien-US -en-US day, Nov. 16. The cost is $75 for en-US members and $83 for non memen-US -en-US bers.en-US Reiki 1 in the Galleries with en-US Marie-Angele Wilkinson will en-US meet from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saten-US -en-US urday, Nov. 17. Each participant en-US will receive a workbook. Water en-US will be provided. Bring a lunch en-US or snack for the six-hour worken-US-en-US shop. The cost is $110 for memen-US -en-US bers and $112 for non members. en-US Deadline to register is Nov. 12. en-US For more information or to en-US register, call (386) 676-3347.en-USBag Lady Luncheonen-USThe Daytona Beach Symphoen-US -en-US ny Guild will host a Bag Lady en-US Luncheon, featuring gently en-US used vintage and new handbags, en-US at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Nov.13, at en-US Oceanside Country Club, 75 N. en-US Halifax Drive, Ormond Beach.en-US Lunch and auction cost $45.en-US For more information or ticken-US -en-US ets, call (386) 253-2901 or visit en-US dbss.org.en-USBrunch in the Courtyarden-USThe Museum of Arts & Scien-US -en-US ences will host Brunch in the en-US Courtyard from 11 a.m. to 2 en-US p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11, at 352 S. en-US Nova Road, Daytona Beach.en-US The cost is $55 for members en-US and $60 for non-members. Paren-US -en-US ticipants must be 21 or older. en-US For more information or a resen-US -en-US ervation, call (386) 255-0285.en-USCrafts and books and en-US bears, oh my!en-USBooks and Bears, arts and en-US crafts and reading activities for en-US children 4 to 11, will meet from en-US 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov.. en-US 17, at Bethune-Cookman Unien-US-en-US versity Swisher Library, at 640 en-US Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune en-US Blvd., Daytona Beach. en-US For a reservation or more en-US information, email en-US mmbfoundaen-US-en-US tion@cookman.edu en-US or call (386) en-US 481-2121. HEATING AND AIR MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR We Keep You Cool in the Summer, Warm in the Winter. GALLANT AIR FALL CHECK UP! GET YOUR HVAC SYSTEM READY FOR WINTER MONTHS $15.00 OFFResidential Commercial Heat Pumps Water To Air Split Systems Honest Reasonable Sales Services Senior Citizen & Military Discounts Free Wi or Digital Thermostat w/ Every New AC SystemDependable & Honest 25 Years of Service Locally Owned/Operated386.547.1493 Cinnamon Roll French Toast Greek Sweet Bread French Toast Bread Pudding French ToastFrench Toast Heaven Saturday and Sunday November 3 and November 4Flapjack 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 ALL PANCAKES $3.99 JOIN US FOR HADDOCK FISH FRY BURGER SPECIAL 1/2 LB. BURGER WITH ONE SIDE ONLY $5.00 TUESDAYS WEDNESDAYS FRIDAYS Art Notes en-USperson, at the Peabody Auditorien-US -en-US um Box Office. Box Office hours en-US are 10 a.m.5 p.m. Monday to en-US Friday. en-US For more information, en-US visiten-US peabodyauditiorium.org,en-US Ormond Beach Performing Arts en-US Center: en-US Seniors Got Talent Finals en-US Round will be from 2-4 p.m at en-US 399 N. U.S. 1, Ormond Beach. en-US Money raised during the event en-US will go to the Long-Term Care en-US Scholarship for a local needy en-US family and the Alzheimer en-US Association Walk in Volusia and en-US Flagler counties.en-US Tickets are $8. en-USFor more en-US information, call (866) 735-en-US 3377 or email en-US seniorsgottalent@en-US yahoo.com.en-USTuesday, Nov. 6en-USLive Comedy: en-USLive Interactive en-US Improv Comedy presented by en-US Random Acts of Insanity is at 8 en-US p.m. at the Cinematique Theater, en-US 242 S. Beach St., Daytona en-US Beach. Tickets are $5. All ages en-US welcome. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 252-3118.en-US WISE: en-US The Vietnam War will en-USOuten-USFrom page B4en-US Seeen-US en-US OUT,en-US page B6

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B-6 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USbe discussed from 2 to 3:30 en-US p.m. at Daytona State Colleges en-US Advanced Technology College, en-US 1770 Technology Blvd., Daytona en-US Beach. DSC professor Douglas en-US Giacobbe will lead the discusen-US -en-US sion. en-US WISE is open to anyone age en-US 50 or older, for $25 for an en-US individual or $45 per couple per en-US yearen-US. For more information, visiten-US en-US DaytonaState.edu/wise, en-US or en-US contact Suzette Cameron at en-US (386) 506-4506en-US en-USWednesday, Nov. 7en-USFilm Discussion Series: en-US Southeast Museum of Photograen-US -en-US phy Film Discussion Series, en-US Strikingly Original, presents 1 en-US Grams at 1200 W. International en-US Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach, en-US at 2 and 6 p.m.en-US Strikingly Original offers a en-US series of films with no equal, en-US breaking ground with their en-US screenplays, acting, directing, en-US set design or other cinematic en-US elements. Discussion will be led en-US by Eric Breitenbach, series en-US curator and senior professor of en-US photographic studies, and other en-US guest speakers.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 506-4475 or visit en-US smponline.orgen-US Walk: en-US AVA Happy Wanderers en-US will host a 5K Fun walk at 6 p.m. en-US at Frank Rendon Park. 2705 S. en-US Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach en-US Shores. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 256-2160, (386) en-US 214-3890 or visit en-US happywanen-US-en-US derersfl.org.en-USUpcoming Eventsen-USOrmond Beach Performing Arts en-US Center: en-US Amazing World of en-US Illusions will perform at 7 p.m. en-US Nov. 10 at Ormond Beach en-US Performing Arts Center, 399 N. en-US U.S. 1, Ormond Beach.It will star en-US Illusionist Kendrix and Comedy en-US Magician Glen Foster with en-US Special Guest Shaun Jay. Tickets en-US are $20. en-USFor more information, en-US call (386) 676 3375.en-US Mannheim Steamroller: en-US Mannheim Steamroller Christen-US -en-US mas by Chip Davis will be en-US performed at 7:30 p.m. Friday, en-US Nov. 16, at Peabody Auditorium, en-US 600 Auditorium Blvd., Daytona en-US Beach. en-US Grammy Award winner Chip en-US Davis has created a show that en-US features Mannheim Steamroller en-US Christmas classics along with a en-US selection of compositions from en-US Chips groundbreaking Fresh Aire en-US series. Tickets start at $45. en-US For en-US more information, visit en-US peabodyen-US -en-US auditiorium.org,en-US Peabody Auditorium: en-USGrammy en-US award-winning country artist en-US Travis Tritt will perform at 7:30 en-US p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18, at 600 en-US Auditorium Blvd., Daytona en-US Beach.en-USTickets start at $39 at en-US PeabodyDaytona.com or en-US 800-982-ARTSen-US Grillers Gone Wild BBQ Festival:en-US en-US The sixth annual event will be en-US from 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturen-US -en-US day, Nov. 17, at Reed Canal Park, en-US 2871 S. Nova Road. It will have en-US BBQ competitors, food sales, en-US beer garden, car show, live en-US bands performing, kids zone, en-US and artists & crafters.en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 322-en-US 3070. Answers Located in the Classied Section LaRoche www.larochesfruitgifts.com 740 S. Yonge St. (US 1) Ormond Beach 386-672-7723Fruit & Used Furniture 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 November Special Oranges and Grapefruit 1 Peck (Approx.10lbs) 49.99 2 Peck (Approx. 20lbs) 58.99 FREE SHIPPING Queen or King Mattress $100 CITRUS TREESReg. Price $45$40 Each!Furniture Sale30% OFF 137 Bay St., Daytona Beach Tues-Sat 9:30am-5pm SouthernHomeFurniture.com 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S 386.257.2662 Largest used furniture showroom in the county NOW BUYING Serving Volusia and Flagler for 40 years!Verns Card & CoinTop $$ Paid Ask for Chris 386-316-7637 inve@aol.com Assistance in Settling or Buying your Estate Coins and Bullion Currency/Gold Stamps Comics Toys/Trains Sterling Sets Sports Cards Antiques War Souvenirs Guns & Knives Watches & Jewelry Celebrity Autographs Records Paintings Crystal & China MAY Religion News en-USPancake breakfasten-USHope Lutheran Church will en-US host all-you-can-eat pancake en-US breakfast from 8 to 10:30 a.m. en-US Saturday, Nov. 3 at 594 N. Wilen-US -en-US liamson Blvd, Daytona Beach. en-US The menu includes blueberry en-US or plain pancakes, biscuits and en-US gravy, sausage, eggs, coffee tea en-US and orange Juice. The cost is $5 en-US per person.en-USTricky-tray auctionen-USHoly Dormition Church will en-US host a tricky tray auction from en-US 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, en-US Nov. 3, at 17 Buckskin Ln en-US Ormond Beach en-US Tricky tray auction will en-US include for prizes, bicycle, big en-US screen TV, household goods, en-US toys, collectables, door prizes, en-US hot dogs, pizza, soda, free, cofen-US -en-US fee, and free home made baked en-US goods.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 677-8704.en-USPancake breakfasten-USKnights of Columbus Father en-US Eamonn Gill Council will host a en-US pancake breakfast from 8 a.m. en-US to noon, Sunday, Nov. 4, at St. en-US Brendan Catholic Church, 1000 en-US Ocean Shore Boulevard in en-US Ormond Beach. en-US The meal includes all the panen-US -en-US cakes you can eat, scrambled en-US eggs, a sausage link, orange juice en-US and endless coffee. en-US The cost to adults is $5, chilen-US-en-US dren younger than 12 eat free. en-US All welcome.en-USHoliday crafters neededen-US Tomoka United Methodist en-US Church will host its annual holien-US -en-US day bazaar 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. en-US Saturday, Nov. 3, at 1000 Old en-US Tomoka Road, Ormond Beach.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 295-2232.en-USPrince of Peace Council en-US of Catholic Women teaen-US en-US Prince of Peace Council of en-US Catholic Women will host a en-US membership tea from 12:30 to 2 en-US p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4 in the Social en-US Hall, 606 S. Nova Road, en-US Ormond Beach.en-US The CCW meets at 7 p.m. the en-US second Tuesday of each month en-US October to April in the Social en-US Hall.en-US en-USTurkey dinner en-USUnion Congregational en-US Church will host its annual Turen-US -en-US key Dinner from 11:30 to 1 p.m en-US Saturday, Nov. 10, at 1050 Dayen-US -en-US tona Ave., Holly Hill. en-US Complete turkey dinner with en-US beverage and dessert will be en-US $12. Take-out service will be en-US available.en-USOuten-USFrom page B5en-USFor more information or ticken-US -en-US ets, call (386) 253-1323.en-USArts and Crafts Showen-USSt Brendan Catholic Church en-US will host an arts and crafts Show en-US from 9 a.m. toen-US 5 p.m. Saturday, en-US Nov. 10 and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. en-US Sunday, Nov. 11, at 1000 Ocean en-US Shore Blvd. Ormond Beach.en-US Food and beverages will be en-US available.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 441-3267.en-USEucharist retreaten-USPrince of Peace parish will be en-US offering a retreat experience on en-US the Healing Power of the en-US Eucharist at 7 p.m. Monday, en-US Nov. 12 to Wedensday, Nov. 14, en-US at 600 S. Nova Road, Ormond en-US Beach.en-US Presented by Father Kevin en-US MacDonald.en-US Admission is free. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 672-en-US 5272.en-USLifetree Cafeen-USStrategies for overcoming difen-US-en-US ficult times will be shared at en-US Lifetree Cafe at 9:30 a.m. Sunen-US -en-US day, Nov. 4 at 142 Fairview Ave., en-US Daytona Beach.en-US The program, Bouncing en-US Back: Turning Disasters into en-US Opportunitieen-USs, features the en-US award-winning short film en-US Dancing Outside the Box. The en-US film features Ray Leight, whose en-US near fatal motorcycle accident en-US left him permanently in a en-US wheelchair.en-US Lifetree Cafe is a place where en-US people gather for conversation en-US about life and faith in a casual, en-US comfortable setting. The proen-US en-USgram is free. Ren-US efreshments are en-US served and childcare is available.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 451-5223.en-USBible Conference Set en-US Nov. 9-11 at Riverbenden-USHoly Spirit Empowerment en-US is the theme of the Riverbend en-US Bible Conference planned Nov. en-US 9-11 at Riverbend Community en-US Church, 2080 W. Granada Blvd., en-US Ormond Beach.en-US Dr. Bruce Ware, professor of en-US Christian Theology at Southern en-US Baptist Theological Seminary in en-US Louisville, Ky., will be the feaen-US-en-US tured speaker.en-US The $15 fee for the conference en-US covers all food, as well as a book en-US written by Dr. Ware, printed en-US materials to be handed out en-US during the sessions and childen-US-en-US care for children four-and-unen-US-en-US der. en-US Tickets are available at the en-US church office Monday-Thursen-US-en-US day or after regular worship seren-US -en-US vices on Sundays and Wednesen-US-en-US days through Nov. 7.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 672-1821 or visit en-US Riveren-US -en-US bendChurch.com.en-USGriefshare programen-USFirst United Methodist en-US Church is hosting GriefShare, a en-US 13-weeken-US seminar and support en-US group for people grieving the en-US death of a loved one. en-US Classes meet from 6 to 8 p.m. en-US each Monday Rooms 1 and 2 at en-US 336 S. Halifax Drive, Ormond en-US Beach. There is a charge of $15 en-US for the workben-US ook.en-US Participants may join the en-US class at any time.en-US For questions en-US or to register, visit en-US griefshare.en-US comen-US or call (386) 677-3581.en-USMOPS en-US at Central Baptisten-USMothers of Preschoolers will en-US meet from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. the en-US second and fourth Mondays of en-US each month at Central Baptist en-US Church, 142 Fairview Ave., en-US Daytona Beach. en-US All moms and children welen-US-en-US come to the free meeting. For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 295-7903.en-USBible study en-US at Rise Above Iten-USA Transformation Bible study en-US on Acts 10:38 is at 7 p.m. en-US Wednesdaen-US ys at Rise Above It en-US Family Church, 1531 Center en-US Ave., Holly Hill.en-US Senior Pastor Dr. Warren en-US Jackson leads the Bible study. en-US Worship seen-US rvices are at 9 a.m. en-US and 11 a.m. Sundays. en-USBereavement group en-US offereden-USUnited Presbyterian Church en-US hosts a monthly bereavement en-US group led by Kindred Hospice en-US on the fourth Friday of each en-US month at 11:30 a.m. in the Disen-US -en-US ciples Room, 730 Beville Road, en-US Daytona Beach. en-US For more information, call en-US Kathy Seibert of Kindred Hospice en-US at (386) 274-1004.

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