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en-USCounty Council divvies up en-US social services fundingen-USThe Volusia County Council approved more than en-US $3.5 million in required local funding while gaining en-US more than $22.8 million for behavioral, drug and en-US alcohol abuse treatment programs.en-US This addresses our alcohol and drug abuse conen-US -en-US tracts with four different agencies this year the en-US Stuart-Marchman Act, House Next Door, Halifax en-US Health Medical Center and, new this year, the Chilen-US -en-US drens Home Society, said Donna DeMarsh Butler, en-US county community services director. en-US Despite the large amount of funding, its not an en-US increase over last years expenditures for the treaten-US -en-US ments and services. And, some council members en-US believe, the value and need of these services in the en-US county warrant a closer look for increased en-US funding in years to come.en-US I think this is a good contract, and we are en-US moving in the right direction, said Councilen-US -en-US woman Joyce Cusack. I know we did not en-US increase the funding, which is problematic en-US for me, because it is such a dire need.en-US Although Councilwoman Cusack will en-US leave the council in December, having en-US reached her term limit, she said she hopes future en-US council members will consider raising the bar and en-US the funding for these much-needed services.en-US I think we need to keep it on the radar, she said. en-US We need to get more funding through our state for en-US these types of behavioral health services.en-US The funding is divided between the four organien-US -en-US zations contracted to provide services in these areas en-US for en-US the county.en-US SMA Behavioral Health Services Inc en-US supplies the county with crisis stabilization and en-US detoxification; residential, outpatient, prevention en-US and intervention; case management; medication en-US management; full on-site pharmacy; and a 24/7 en-USHe was in a lot of physical en-US and emotional pain, which I en-US believe is why he ultimately en-US took his own life. He died en-US way too young, said Diane en-US Adams, the wife of U.S. Navy en-US Desert Storm veteran Jimmie en-US Adams.en-US The South Daytona resien-US -en-US dent was found dead the en-US morning of Oct. 16. en-US Although the official cause of en-US death is pending, all signs en-US point to suicide.en-US He was 49 years old. He en-US and his wife had been togethen-US -en-US er for 10 years. en-US Mr. Adams is part of a disen-US-en-US turbing trend in the United en-US States.en-US The U.S. Department of en-US Veterans Affairs updated its en-US 2016 national suicide data en-US report in September, showen-US-en-US ing suicide rates were 1.5 en-US times greater for veterans en-US than non-veterans, after en-US adjusting for age and gender. en-US There were more than 6,000 en-US veteran suicides each year en-US from 2008 to 2016. en-US As all veterans are honored en-US this Veterans Day, the memen-US-en-US ory of those veterans lost to en-US suicide as well as the plight of en-US those still struggling with en-US post-traumatic stress disoren-US -en-US der and other debilitating en-US issues also should be rememen-US -en-US bered. en-US The pain of losing her husen-US -en-US band is still raw to Ms. en-US Adams, and the girls he left en-US behind. en-US He was a good dad. He en-US loved his girls very much, en-US Ms. Adams said. He was a en-US member of the Marine Corps en-US League (and) he volunteered en-US with Halifax Health Hospice. en-US He helped them with veteren-US -en-US ans pinning. He was part of en-US the Homeless Veteran Stand en-US Down since the beginning.en-US Mr. Adams was a fun guy en-US who loved being around peoen-US -en-US ple, she said. He loved to en-US laugh and see others laugh. en-US He was a great singer. Karaen-US -en-US oke was a favorite thing for en-US him to do. He was a kid at en-US heart and never wanted to en-USVeterans suicide en-US a national tragedy en-USProdigal pastor en-US returns home en-US to Holly Hillen-USMany people are familiar en-US with Jesus parable of The en-US Prodigal Son recorded in en-US the 15th chapter of St Lukes en-US Gospel. en-US It is a story of a young man en-US who was tired of doing en-US chores, left home with an en-US early inheritance, squanen-US -en-US dered his money, and en-US returned a humbled and beten-US -en-US ter man.en-US Holly Hill is celebrating en-US the recent return of a son en-US who left home when he was en-US only 18, a 1973 graduate of en-US Mainland High School. But en-US this son, also the younger of en-US his parents two sons, was en-US not leaving home to go out en-US and sow his wild oats, but to en-US study to become, eight years en-US later, an Ordained Minister en-US in the Lutheran Church-Misen-US-en-US souri Synod. en-US Rev. Paul C. Sizemore, 63, en-US is finally back home, living in en-US Ormond Beach with his wife en-US Lisa, serving as pastor of en-US Trinity Lutheran Church at en-US 1205 Ridgewood Ave. in en-US Holly Hill. en-US His mother grew up here en-US and married his dad right en-US after World War II.en-US I grew up here in Holly en-US Hill on Daytona Avenue, en-US Pastor Sizemore said. My en-US parents and family were en-US active, involved members in en-US Trinity Lutheran Church. I en-US was singing in the junior en-US choir when I was in third en-US grade.en-US I felt the calling by the en-US Holy Spirit to be a pastor and en-US upon graduating from Mainen-US-en-US land High School in 1973, I en-US began my studies for the en-US ministry at Concordia en-US Lutheran College in Austin, en-US Texas, which was only a two-en-US year school at the time.en-US He graduated with a bachen-US-en-US elors degree in elementaen-US -en-US ry-secondary education en-US from Concordia University en-US in a suburb of Chicago in en-US 1977. en-USWarm en-US Coats & en-US Warm en-US Hearts en-US driveen-USDaytona Beachs Communien-US-en-US ty Healing Project will be feaen-US-en-US tured in the 11th annual Warm en-US Coats and Warm Hearts Coat en-US Drive sponsored by Burlingen-US-en-US ton Coat Factory and Good en-US Morning America.en-US The campaign was created en-US to assist children and families en-US in impoverished communities en-US throughout the country by en-US providing free coats to keep en-US them warm during the cold en-US winters.en-US Dyrell Rell Johnson, en-US founder of Community Healen-US -en-US ing Project, said, We became en-US involved with the Warm en-US Coats and Warm Hearts camen-US-en-US paign with Good Morning en-US America when I received a en-US phone call from Delivering en-US Good, a fellow nonprofit in the en-USAll ready to goen-USRandy Barber/staff photographeren-USArtist Debi Dwyer gets her art hung during the start of the 56th annual Halien-US -en-US fax Art Festival in Downtown Daytona Beach on Saturday, Nov. 3. Vol. 13, No. 43 Your Local News and Information Source Friday, Nov. 9, 2018 ORMOND BEACH DA YT ONA BEACH HOLLY HILL inside Buy a wreath en-USto remember en-US a veteranen-US Page A3en-USLand en-US Linesen-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! en-USPolicemans Ball en-USBacking the Blue, the 11th en-US annual Policemans Ball, will en-US be at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9, at en-US the Ocean Center, 101 N. en-US Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach.en-US The event will recognize en-US Kevin Bowler and the Daytona en-US Beverage family. Music by en-US MPiRE. Event provides addien-US-en-US tional training, educational en-US opportunities and advanced en-US technology for the Daytona en-US Beach Police Department. en-US Various sponsorship levels en-US are available. Single ticket is en-US $125. en-GBCommunity en-GB Notesen-USSeeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A2en-USPhoto by Diane Careyen-USThe Rev. Paul Sizemore returned to Volusia en-US County after a 45-year absence and took over as en-US Pastor at Trinity Lutheran Church in Holly Hill as en-US of Oct.1.en-USBy Gina McKeeen-USgmckee@hometownnewsol.comen-US Seeen-US en-US FUNDING,en-US page A4en-USBy Diane M. Careyen-USdcarey@hometownnewsol.comen-USBy Diane M. Careyen-USdcarey@hometownnewsol.comen-USBy Diane M. Careyen-USdcarey@hometownnewsol.comen-US Seeen-US en-US COATS,en-US page A2en-US Seeen-US en-US PASTOR,en-US page A2en-US Seeen-US en-US SUICIDE,en-US page A10 en-USIndex Business A7 Classified B9 Crossword B8 Horoscopes B1 Out & About B1 Police Report A5 Sports A11 Viewpoint A6 en-USCar buying en-US countdown,en-US part III Personal Finance A8 en-USPLAN STRONGER en-USLook for Nov. 6 en-US general election results en-US on our website at en-US hometownnewsvolusia.en-US com en-US and in print Nov. 16 en-USElection Results


A-2 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USNew York City area. They en-US asked if wed like to host a en-US chapter of their national coat en-US drive in our community and, en-US without hesitation, I said, of en-US course.en-US Johnsons group is accepting en-US any lightly worn jackets, coats, en-US sweaters and socks for families en-US in the Volusia County area. en-US The main drop-off will be at en-US the relocated Burlington Coat en-US Factory store on Cornerstone en-US Boulevard, off Williamson en-US Boulevard in Daytona Beach.en-US Mr. Johnson and his team en-US will pick up the items and en-US deliver them door-to-door en-US from Nov. 7 to Jan. 21 throughen-US -en-US out Volusia County.en-US The Community Healing en-US Project was selected from en-US thousands of organizations en-US around the country to particien-US -en-US pate. The goal is 50,000 coats. en-US According to the Burlington en-US Coat Factory website, This en-US collaboration is part of an en-US ongoing effort to ensure no en-US individual goes without a en-US warm coat during the cold en-US winter months. Each year the en-US Warm Coats & Warm Hearts en-US Coat Drive relies on the generen-US -en-US osity and compassion of our en-US customers across the country.en-US In partnership with ABCs en-US Good Morning America and en-US the national non-profit orgaen-US-en-US nization, Delivering Good, en-US Burlington collects genen-US-en-US tly-worn coats in all its store en-US locations across the country en-US and works with local agencies en-US through Delivering Good, to en-US distribute the coats to those en-US most in need within the comen-US -en-US munity. Thanks to all those en-US that continue to donate and en-US help spread the gift of en-US warmth.en-US Since the programs launch en-US in 2006, millions of Amerien-US -en-US cans, including hundreds of en-US celebrities, have donated more en-US than 1.8 million coats to the en-US drive. While the coat drive is en-US national, all coats stay locally en-US within the community in en-US which they are donated. en-US Burlington provides a 10 en-US percent discount on purchases en-US for donations.. en-US Founded in Daytona Beach, en-US Florida, Community Healing en-US Project was created to reinen-US -en-US force economic empoweren-US -en-US ment, educational advanceen-US-en-US ment and health awareness in en-US urban and impoverished comen-US -en-US munities. As of September, the en-US group had providing services en-US to more than 4,500 families. en-US As we approach our third en-US year of service, we have an en-US abundance of community en-US focused events and seminars en-US ready for 2019, Mr. Johnson en-US said.en-US The programs include One en-US Step At A Time, which supen-US -en-US ports children who suffer from en-US chronic muscle conditions, or en-US mental and physical health en-US problems. Another is the Malen-US-en-US colm X Day Community Bash. en-US We areen-US extremely excited to en-US continue to service our city en-US and we are so proud of the en-US changes being made in our en-US community, Mr. Johnson said.en-US Community Healing Project en-US will kick off the coat drive at en-US 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 10, at en-US the corner of Loomis Avenue en-US and Keech Street in Daytona en-US Beach. There will be family en-US activities, free food and music en-US provided by Daytona Hot 94.1 en-US Radio.en-US For more information or to en-US volunteer, email en-UScommunityen-US -en-US healingpen-US roj@gmail.comen-US en-US call en-US (386) 682-0650 or visit en-US chponen-US -en-US 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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HHN 10-24-18 Thanks Megan 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 COMING SOON-NEW ORMOND BCH LOCATION Ormond Beach | 386.673.9949 | 435 S. Yonge St. Unit 1Get quick quality treatment for most minor illnesses and non-emergent injuries! 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S He always felt a calling to be en-USa pastor, which prompted him en-US to travel to Concordia Semien-US -en-US nary in St. Louis, Mo., from en-US which he graduated with his en-US masters degree of divinity in en-US 1981. en-US For the past 37 years, Pastor en-US Sizemore has served several en-US parishes outside of Florida, en-US completing most recently 20 en-US years as pastor at Mount Olive en-US Lutheran Church in Columen-US -en-US bia, S.C. He was surprised to en-US get a call this past June to en-US return home to take over the en-US helm of his home congregaen-US-en-US tion. en-US My wife and I thought en-US about it and prayed about it en-US he said. Even though we en-US loved our life in South Carolien-US -en-US na, we felt that this was where en-US the Lord was calling us. So en-US here we are, excited about en-US beginning a new ministry.en-US Some things havent en-US changed,en-US he noted. But then en-US when I drive out west of Holly en-US Hill or Daytona Beach or en-US down to the Port Orange area, en-US it is just amazing all the pheen-US -en-US nomenal growth that has en-US taken place.en-US It was when he came back to en-US conduct his mothers funeral en-US at Trinity in July 2016 that he en-US became reacquainted with the en-US congregation.en-US I found out there was still a en-US lot of people I knew that knew en-US me as well, who were interesten-US -en-US ed in calling me as their pasen-US -en-US tor, he said.en-US Pastor Sizemore said Trinity en-US is an open congregation that en-US welcomes people from all en-US backgrounds. en-US His plans include a renewed en-US emphasis on outreach and en-US evangelism, and doing everyen-US -en-US thing he can to show the conen-US -en-US gregations best days are still en-US out front. en-US Lisa Sizemore also is a 1977 en-US Concordia graduate, who has en-US taught Lutheran school and en-US plays the organ. Pastor Sizeen-US-en-US more said she plans to be en-US involved at Trinity as well. en-US They have six adult children en-US and six grandchildren.en-US Programs at Trinity Lutheren-US -en-US an Church include Ben-US ible Study, en-US Sunday School, Altar Guild en-US and the Lutheran Women en-US Missionary League. The music en-US ministry groups consist of the en-US senior choir the adult hand-en-US bell choir and a fine arts series.en-US For more information, visit en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 405-2844 or email en-US info@en-US daytonabeachpolicefoundaen-US -en-US en-USLearn about turkeysen-USEnvironmental Discovery en-US Center will host Little Learnen-US -en-US ers: Turkeys will meet from 10 en-US to 11 a.m. Friday, 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. For more en-US information, call (386) 788-en-US 9452.en-USCoatsen-USFrom page A1en-USPastoren-USFrom page A1 en-USNotesen-USFrom page A1en-US Seeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A4


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The en-US ERAU team, known as the en-US EcoEagles, placed second en-US overall in the EcoCAR 3 comen-US-en-US petition in 2017, marking its en-US fourth consecutive top five en-US finish. The team received two en-US awards in 2018 during the en-US final year of the challenge en-US involving a Chevrolet Camaro, en-US including top place for the en-US lowest well-to-wheel greenen-US -en-US house gas emissions.en-US We have four years ahead en-US of us and a lot of work to do, en-US said Dr. Patrick Currier, assoen-US -en-US ciate professor of the Mechanien-US-en-US cal Engineering Department, en-US in a news release.en-US The competition challenges en-US EcoCAR teams to re-engineer en-US a 2019 Chevrolet Blazer by en-US incorporating advanced proen-US -en-US pulsion systems, electrificaen-US -en-US tion, and connected and autoen-US -en-US mated vehicle technology that en-US will improve the energy effien-US -en-US ciency, safety and consumer en-US appeal of vehicles. en-US Dr. Currier said the compeen-US -en-US tition will include removing en-US the powertrain, engine and en-US transmission and re-engineeren-US -en-US ing it into a hybrid vehicle. en-US Efficiency will play an importen-US-en-US ant role in the redesign since en-US the target market is for a fleet en-US of carsharing vehicles.en-US Between 50 and 100 stuen-US -en-US dents from Embry-Riddles en-US Daytona Beach Campus will en-US work this year on the en-US design en-US part of the competition, which en-US will culminate in May.en-USAen-USs we near Veterans Day en-US 2018, I have been made en-US aware of a worthwhile en-US program to remember our en-US veterans. en-USBob Fletcher of Seaside en-US Auto Repair in Ormond-by-en-US the-Sea gave me a flyer from en-US the Rolling Thunder Fl-8 club en-US of Ormond Beach. That en-US chapter is part of a national en-US motorcycle club formed to en-US honor veterans and help deal en-US with the problem of POW-en-US MIAs. There are 90 chapters of en-US Rolling Thunder with around en-US 8,000 members. en-US This year the local club is en-US once more taking part in the en-US Wreaths Across America en-US program. The goal is to place en-US donated wreaths on the graves en-US of some of our more forgotten en-US heroes who served our en-US country. Wreaths Across en-US America was begun in 1992 by en-US Mr. Morrell Worchester of en-US Harrington, Maine. He ran a en-US wreath-making company and en-US when the holidays were over, en-US found he had made more en-US wreaths than he could sell.en-US Instead of repurposing or en-US destroying them, he was en-US reminded of a trip he had en-UStaken to Arlington National en-US Cemetery when he was but a en-US boy. Mr. Worchester took the en-US wreaths to Arlington and en-US placed them on the graves of en-US soldiers in a part of the en-US cemetery that received little en-US attention. From that thoughten-US -en-US ful act began Wreaths Across en-US America. en-US This year the Rolling en-US Thunder Motorcycle Club will en-US have a wreath placing ceremoen-US -en-US ny Dec. 15 at Volusia Memorien-US -en-US al Park and Pilgrims Rest in en-US Ormond Beach. Anyone can en-US be a part of this.en-US Rolling Thunder, a certified en-US non-profit, is asking for a $10 en-US donation to sponsor a wreath. en-US The wreaths will be put in en-US place and each deceased en-US veterans name will be called en-US aloud as it happens, followed en-US by a moment of silence to en-US thank them for their service. en-US Rolling Thunder Florida en-US Chapter 8 was chartered in en-US 2009 to support veterans and en-US their families and to educate en-US and inform the public of the en-US plight of 84,000 service men en-US and women who are still en-US missing or unaccounted for en-US from past wars. Rolling en-US Thunder works to demand the en-US recovery and identification of en-US those missing veterans and en-US supports all service people en-US past and present. The group en-US supports private search and en-US rescue agencies like Veterans en-US Initiative and legislative en-US measures like The Persian en-US Gulf POW/MIA Accountabilien-US -en-US ty Act. en-US Folks, this Veterans Day en-US take a pause to remember the en-US brave servicemen and women en-US who have fought for our right en-US to live in a free society. These en-US days it seems to be in style for en-US a portion of our population to en-US denigrate those who serve. en-US While that is despicable, it is en-US not new. During and after the en-US Vietnam War, returning en-US servicemen where taunted and en-US insulted just for wearing their en-US uniform. Most of those en-US military people were confused en-US by that action and many were en-US just like me in that although en-US they were not 100 percent in en-US favor of the war, they didnt en-US hesitate to do their duty once en-US called. en-US I wore my uniform in public en-US with pride, knowing I en-US represented my country en-US despite cries of baby killer en-US from the cowards who hid in en-US order to stay behind. War is en-US never popular, but it is en-US unfortunately a part of living en-US in a complicated world. en-US Those who gave their lives en-US for our nation deserve our en-US utmost respect. Lets all honor en-US them on Veterans Day and en-US chip in $10 for a wreath to be en-US placed on their graves. Visit en-US donate or send donations to P. en-US O. Box 1527, Ormond Beach, en-US Fla. 32175, or. If you make a en-US donation, be sure to write en-US Wreaths Across American on en-US the bottom of your check. All en-US our veterans and their families en-US will thank you.en-US Dan Smith is on the board of en-US directors for the Ormond Beach en-US Historical Society and The en-US Motor Racing Heritage en-US Association and is the author en-US of two books, The Worlds en-US Greatest Beach and I Swear en-US the Snook Drowned. Email en-US questions and comments to en-US en-US or call (386) en-US 441-7793.en-USRolling Thunder for veterans en-USLAND LINESen-USDAN SMITH ERAU picked for auto re-engineering en-USFor Hometown


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Expires 11/30/18 en-USSheriff's office shuts down en-US internet cafes countywideen-USSeveral internet cafs in en-US Volusia County are shut down en-US after sheriffs detectives issued en-US cease-and-en-USdesist orders to the en-US businesses.en-US The crackdown was en-US prompted after two recent en-US armed robberies occurred at en-US local gaming businesses. A en-US recent appeals court ruling en-US determined certain gaming en-US devices used at the internet en-US cafes are illegal.en-US Since Oct. 19, local gamen-US -en-US bling establishments have en-US been issued cease-and-desist en-US orders, warning that theyre en-US conducting illegal activities en-US and could face criminal en-US charges.en-US In 2017, the Volusia County en-US Sheriffs Office conducted a en-US two-month undercover invesen-US -en-US tigation of local casino-style en-US electronic gaming businesses. en-US At that time, one was raided en-US and shut down, The Hot Spot, en-US 1230 Hand Ave., Ormond en-US Beach. Eight additional busien-US -en-US nesses were served cease-and-en-US desist orders at that time, en-US including the Jackpot Saloon en-US in Deltona. The establishen-US-en-US ments are unlicensed and en-US unregulated, en-US and are considen-US -en-US ered illegal gambling because en-US they rely on games of chance en-US rather than games of skill.en-US Also, internet cafes stateen-US -en-US wide were shut down in April en-US 2013 after Gov. Rick Scott en-US signed a ban approved by the en-US Florida Legislature.en-US In East Volusia, orders were en-US issued to:en-US en-US1004 Derbyshire Road, en-US Daytona Beachen-US en-US1108 Derbyshire Road, en-US Daytona Beachen-US en-US1376 N Nova Road, Daytoen-US -en-US na Beach (Lucken-US y Ducks) en-US en-US2990 W International en-US Speedway Blvd., Daytona en-US Beach (Speedway Station)en-US en-US1220 Hand Ave., #D, en-US Ormond Beach (The Spot)en-US en-US1240 Hand Ave., Ormond en-US Beach (The Room)en-US en-US986en-US N. Nova Road, en-US Ormond Beach (Jiffy 2) en-US en-US1396 N Nova Road, Holly en-US Hill (Hidden Treasure) en-US en-US1230 Hand Ave., Ormond en-US Beach (Hot Spot)en-US en-US800 S Nova Road, Ormond en-US Beach (Asian Internet Caf)en-US en-US1106 Derbyshire Road, en-US Daytona Beach (Family Food en-US Mart)en-US en-US218 N. Dixie Freeway, New en-US Smyrna Beach (The Spot)en-US In West Volusia, the locaen-US-en-US tions are:en-US en-US350 Spring Garden Ave., en-US DeLand (Cyber Monkey)en-US en-US2411 Enterprise Road, en-US Orange City (Preview Games)en-US en-US600 Courtland Blvd., en-US Deltona (Jackpot Saloon)en-US en-US2516 N. Spring Garden en-US Ave., DeLand (KK Entertainen-US -en-US ment Games) en-US en-US1250 S. Sen-US pringen-US Garden en-US Ave., DeLand (Winners Ciren-US -en-US cle) en-US en-US access center and suicide en-US hotline. en-US SMA received about $21.2 en-US million in state funding with a en-US local portion from the county en-US of about $3.2 million for a total en-US of about $24.4 million in funden-US -en-US ing for Volusia County seren-US -en-US vices.en-US Halifax Health provides en-US comprehensive community en-USmental health services to chilen-US-en-US dren and adolescents in the en-US area for the Halifax Behavioral en-US Services Program. Also, the en-US center provides crisis stabilizaen-US -en-US tion, day treatment, case manen-US -en-US agement and outpatient theraen-US-en-US py, both on site and in the en-US Volusia County School Sysen-US-en-US tem. en-US For these services, Halifax en-US received $855,993 in state en-US ADM funding and $137,282 in en-US county funding for a total of en-US $993,275. en-US The Childrens Home Socien-US-en-US ety of Florida is providing en-US child mental health services en-US and specialty care coordinaen-US-en-US tion, with $99,701 in state en-US funding and $33,233 in county en-US funds for a total of $132,934 en-US and change.en-US The House Next Door is en-US providing family management en-US and parenting programs, a en-US CARES program of peer supen-US -en-US port for child welfare diveren-US -en-US sion, therapy and community en-US based mental health services, en-US family counseling and behaven-US -en-US ior improvement programs en-US and mental health services.en-US The House Next Door en-US received $674,918 in state en-US ADM funding and $86,339 in en-US county funding for a total of en-US $761,257 for the programs and en-US services.en-USFundingen-USFrom page A1 en-USFor Hometown en-USBuild Your Family Tree en-USMeet Halifax Genealogical en-US Society members for one-onen-US one help with research at the en-US Ormond Beach Regional en-US Library from 1 to 4 p.m. Frien-US-en-US day, Nov. 9, at 30 S. Beach St. en-US Learn how to access and use en-US free library databases in your en-US genealogy research. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 681-en-US 9422.en-USHistorical society meets en-USThe Ormond Beach Historien-US -en-US cal Society will meet at 10 a.m. en-USNotesen-USFrom page A2en-US Seeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A6 en-GBRANTZ & RAVESen-GBnewsdy@


Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill A-5 CUSTOM MADE SOLAR SHADES1000 N. Nova Rd. Daytona, Florida (386) 248-1631 Light Filtering & Blackout Fabrics Custom made up to 20 wide Block the sun, not the view Reduce Heat & Glare Gain Privacy Fully Automated or Manual Interior/Exterior Mention this ad for $50 OFF! 2015 2015 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2016 2016 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S Daytona Beach en-USPolice Departmenten-USAngela M. Dmitryev, 36, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 26 and charged with en-US neglect of a child causing great en-US bodily harm. Bail was not set. en-US Francis A. Mercede, 56, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 26 and charged with en-US resisting an officer without en-US violence, tampering with en-US physical evidence and possesen-US -en-US sion of cocaine. Bail was set at en-US $5,500. en-US Martell Jerome Smith, 25, en-US of Daytona Beach, was arresten-US -en-US ed Oct. 25 and charged with en-US aggravated assault with a en-US deadly weapon. Bail was not en-US set. en-US Kevin M. Pearson, 44, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 27 and charged with feloen-US -en-US ny battery. Bail was not set. en-US Lakaisa Renee Anderson, en-US 34, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested Oct. 27 and charged en-US with grand theft of a motor en-US vehicle, driving with license en-US canceled, suspended/revoked. en-US Bail was set at $6,000. en-US Brendan P. Kilroy, 44, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 28 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of heroin, entering/en-US refusing to leave public propen-US -en-US erty and possession of paraen-US-en-US phernalia. Bail was set at en-US $3,100.en-US Samuel A Verity, 34, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 28 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of a Schedule II suben-US-en-US stance. Bail was not set. en-US Forris M. Smith, 35, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 28 and charged with feloen-US -en-US ny battery. Bail was not set. en-US Skylar C. Warren Perry, 25, en-US of Daytona Beach, was arresten-US -en-US ed Oct. 28 and charged with en-US aggravated battery with a en-US deadly weapon, false imprisen-US -en-US onment and criminal mischief. en-US Bail was not set.en-US Johnathan L. Beam, 24, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 29 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of methamphetamine. en-US Bail was set at $5,000.en-US Reginald Freeman, 55, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 29 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of cocaine, trespass on en-US property other than structure/en-US conveyance. Bail was set at en-US $1,500.en-US Braddrock Alejand Bryant, en-US 46, of Daytona Beach, was en-US arrested Oct. 29 and charged en-US with felony petit theft and posen-US-en-US session of paraphernalia. Bail en-US was set at $5,000. en-US Michael P. Williams, 34, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 29 and charged with en-US aggravated battery with a en-US deadly weapon. Bail was not en-US set. en-US Lenzell Riley, 46, of Daytoen-US -en-US na Beach, was arrested Oct. 29 en-US and charged with possession en-US of cocaine, retail theft and posen-US-en-US session of paraphernalia. Bail en-US was set at $3,500.en-US Stanley Gerald Brown, 40, en-US of Daytona Beach, was arresten-US -en-US ed Oct. 30 and charged with en-US possession of MDMA Bail was en-US set at $5,000. en-US Cole T. Meador, 25, of Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach, was arrested Oct. en-US 31 and charged with retail en-US theft. Bail was set at $2,500.en-US Sheyna L. Taylor, 23, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 31 and charged with prinen-US-en-US cipal to aggravated battery en-US with a deadly weapon. Bail en-US was not set. en-US Joleen Nicole Farwell, 30, en-US of Daytona Beach was arrested en-US Nov. 1 and charged with aid/en-US abet/commit prostitution, en-US possession of heroin and posen-US -en-US session of paraphernalia. Bail en-US was set at $10,000. en-US Kasi R. Wilkinson, 27, of en-US Daytona Beach was arrested en-US Nov. 1 and charged with posen-US-en-US session of a schedule II suben-US -en-US stance, possession of cocaine en-USand principal to sell cocaine en-US within 1,000 feet of a school. en-US Bail was set at $30,000.en-US Bradley D Hooper, 36, of en-US Daytona Beach was arrested en-US Nov. 1 and charged with posen-US-en-US session of a firearm by a conen-US -en-US victed felon, possession of en-US forged counterfeit notes/bills, en-US resisting an officer without en-US violence and possession of en-US heroin with intent to sell with en-US 1,000 feet of a school. Bail was en-US set at $165,500.en-US Joseph A. Parker Jr., 41, of en-US Daytona Beach was arrested en-US Nov. 1 and charged with buren-US -en-US glary of a structure or conveyen-US-en-US ance. Bail was set at $1500.00.en-US Cory L. Benjamin, 40, of en-US Daytona Beach was arrested en-US Nov. 1 and charged with posen-US-en-US session of cannabis with intent en-US to sell, principal sale of en-US cocaine, possession of cocaine, en-US trafficking in heroin and en-US aggravated stalking. Bail was en-US not set.en-US Lashanda R. Hood, 40, of en-US Holly Hill was arrested Nov. 1 en-US and charged with sale of en-US cocaine, and possession of en-US paraphernalia, and cocaine. en-US Bail was set at $20,500. en-US Lora B. Seymour, 40, of en-US Daytona Beach was arrested en-US Nov. 1 and charged with en-US aggravated battery on a pregen-US -en-US nant person. Bail was not set. en-USVolusia County en-US Sheriffs Departmenten-USRobert James Mobley, 43, en-US of Daytona Beach, was arresten-US -en-US ed Oct. 26 and charged with en-US failure of a sexual predator to en-US properly register and failure to en-US report name or residence en-US change. Bail was set at $20,000.en-US Wilfred A. Taylor Jr., 21, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 27 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of cannabis and grand en-US theft of a motor vehicle. Bail en-US was set at $3,000. en-US Eugene L. Gore, 47, of Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach, was arrested Oct. en-US 28 and charged with grand en-US theft. Bail was not set. en-US Eric Allen Brooks, 34, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 28 and charged with en-US first-degree arson of a dwellen-US -en-US ing/building with people presen-US -en-US ent, and possession of cannaen-US-en-US bis and paraphernalia. Bail en-US was set at $1,000. en-US Brandon Arroyo, 25, of en-US Daytona Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 29 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of THC oil. Bail was en-US not set. en-US Elizabeth Deanna Evans, en-US 28, of Holly Hill, was arrested en-US Oct. 30 and charged with vioen-US-en-US lation of injunction for protecen-US -en-US tion against domestic violence en-US and aggravated stalking. Bail en-US as set at $4,000. en-US Jeanette Dawn Crane, 45, en-US of Ormond Beach was arrested en-US Nov. 1 and charged with dealen-US -en-US ing in stolen property, possesen-US -en-US sion of heroin, and false info en-US on pawned items. Bail not set.en-US Taylor Emory Byrne, 28, of en-US Ormond Beach was arrested en-US Nov. 1 and charged with dealen-US -en-US ing in stolen property. Bail was en-US not set.en-US Michelle Pierce, 48, of en-US Ormond Beach was arrested en-US Nov. 1 and charged with posen-US-en-US session of a schedule II suben-US -en-US stance, unlawful possession of en-US personal identification, posen-US -en-US session of paraphernalia and en-US possession of cocaine. Bail was en-US set at $6,000.en-USFlorida Highway Patrolen-USMarkuee Dshane Toliver, en-US 32, of Daytona Beach was en-US arrested Nov. 1 and charged en-US with possession of a schedule en-US II substance and possession of en-US cocaine. Bail was set at $2,000. en-USOrmond Beach en-US Police Departmenten-USPaul Earl Rose, 38, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-US Oct. 26 and charged with petit en-US theft. Bail was set at $2,500. en-US Rosario R. Nola, 46, of en-US Ormond Beach, was arrested en-USOct. 29 and charged with tamen-US -en-US pering with a witness, aggraen-US-en-US vated assault with a deadly en-US weapon, possession of cannaen-US-en-US bis, battery and child abuse. en-US Bail was set at $11,000.en-US Editors note: en-US This is a list of en-US arrests, not convictions, and all en-US arrestees are presumed innoen-US -en-US cent unless or until proven en-US guilty in a court of law.en-USPolice Report en-USLikeen-US Hometown News Voluen-US -en-US sia for the latest in local news, en-US information and interactive en-US features like photo contests en-US and Rants & Raves. en-USWERE ON en-USFACEBOOK! en-USEarly in October, a series en-US of vehicle burglaries en-US occurred in the area of en-US Courtland Boulevard and en-US Newmark Drive in Deltoen-US -en-US na.en-US The Volusia County en-US Sheriffs Office has suren-US -en-US veillance of a possible susen-US-en-US pect. Do you know this en-US person? If so, please call en-US the Volusia County Sheren-US -en-US iffs Office at (386) 860-en-US 7030 or email Detective en-US Wooleyhan at JWooleyen-US-en-US If you prefer to remain en-US anonymous, call Crime en-US Stoppers at 1-888-277-en-US 8477 (TIPS) or visit northen-US -en-US eastflorida.crimestopperen-US -en-US sweb.comen-US Remember: Always en-US remove all valuables from en-US your vehicles, such as elecen-US -en-US tronics, purses, wallets, en-US firearms and keys. Crimien-US -en-US nals are looking for opporen-US -en-US tunities. You can help en-US avoid being a crime victim en-US if you remove your valuen-US -en-US ables from sight, including en-US the center console; thats en-US the first place burglars en-US look. Always, every time: en-US Lock your vehicle and take en-US all keys with you. en-US(888) 277-TIPSen-USWanteden-USUnknown Suspect


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News Clerk en-USGot something to say? en-USCall the Hometown Rants & Raves line at en-US(386) 322-5902en-US or e-men-USail 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. 9, 2018 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSVOLUSIA.COM en-GBRantsen-GB & en-GBRaves en-USA person who commits a felony, especially a violent one, is not en-US the best of our citizens. They lose the right to have firearms, to en-US vote and other things. I am all for second chances, but people en-US have to try hard to stay out of trouble.en-USWake Up Cafeen-USId like to applaud the Wake Up Caf in New Smyrna Beach for en-US not only the use of paper straws but for the use of recyclable en-US cardboard for take home. en-US Theyve gone one step above. en-USRead the signen-USPeople in Daytona must not be able to read. en-US They are constantly ignoring a sign that says plainly, No turn en-US on red from this lane, at the northbound exit of Interstate 95 at en-US LPGA Boulevard. en-US A bicyclist riding on LPGA almost got hit today by an impaen-US -en-US tient driver who evidently cant read. What an easy way for the en-US police department to make some money writing tickets.en-US en-USObey the lawen-USI have lived in Edgewater for almost four years and have never en-US received a traffic ticket.en-US Police do not stop you unless you are doing something illegal. en-US That is what they are paid to do. You dont want a ticket? Obey en-US the law. en-USGame room customers en-USThis is about game rooms.en-US Sheriff Mike Chitwood needs to be careful about what he says en-US about the kind of people that go to these places. Ninety-five peren-US -en-US cent of these people are retired that come from different backen-US -en-US grounds and incomes who enjoy these games, and a lot of them en-US are very clean and a lot of them have paid security. en-US Yes, a lot of (the cafes) are not so good. These are the ones we en-US stay out of. We are not low lifes. We pay taxes. en-US By the way arent crimes committed through handy stores, gas en-US stations, big stores, banks and people getting in their cars? Think en-US about it people. He should be proud of the way he talks about en-US people who pay taxes for his income. Thanks for the freedom of en-US speech we have in this country. en-USMore about game roomsen-USI am calling about the governors decision a week before the en-US election to close down all the preview games and, of course, the en-US sheriff in this county who was publicly rude to people. en-US There are a lot of seniors that go to these places. This is their en-US entertainment. They enjoy these. A lot of these places are clean, en-US they have security. en-US I dont understand why the governor would even decide to do en-US this, knowing the elections are going to be in one week. This is en-US supposed to be one of the amendments; we thought this was en-US going to happen.en-USNSB North Causewayen-USIm calling about the North Causeway. en-US I ride my bike frequently and the bike lanes in the east and en-US west are overrun with weeds growing out onto the road and in en-US some cases there is sand, which is a bicyclists worst enemy next en-US to the gravel that also accumulates.en-US It really looks pretty bad for the City of New Smyrna Beach. en-US en-USFelons and votingen-USTo the person who wrote about voting rights of felons in the en-US Nov. 2 issue, a couple of things you should think about. en-US Number one, if they quit paying taxes, depending on the en-US amount, theyll be a felon again. Also, they should be out of trouen-US -en-US ble for a minimum amount of time after they have done their en-US time, paid restitution or whatever. en-USGiving back is a pleasureen-USPhoto courtesy of Jewish Federationen-USPublix Manager Gary Paul presented Jewish Federation President Marvin Miller, left, and Executive en-US Director Gloria Max with a check for $10,000 for the federations Jerry Doliner Food Bank in Ormond en-US Beach recently. en-USSaturday, Nov. 10 at historic Anderen-US -en-US son-Price Memorial Building, 42 N. en-US Beach St., Ormond Beach. en-US Local historian Joe Vetter will share en-US the stories of those from the area who en-US fought in World War II.en-US Coffee will be served at 9:30 a.m. en-US Building is handicap accessible. Free en-US admission and parking.en-US For more information, call (386) 677-en-US 7005 or email en-US office@OrmondHistory.en-US org.en-USHistorian at MOASen-USHistorian Joseph Vetter will make a en-US presentation at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. en-US 10, at the Museum of Arts & Sciences, en-US 352 S. Nova Road, Daytona Beach. en-US The topic will be The Civil War in en-US Florida. en-US Admission is free for members.en-USGenealogical society meetsen-USThe East Central Florida Chapter of en-US the African American Historical & en-US Genealogical Society will meet at 11 a.m. en-US Saturday, Nov. 10, at Bethune-Cookman en-US University Library, 640 Dr. Mary en-US McLeod Bethune Blvd., Daytona Beach, en-US Guest presenter will be Leroy Edwards, en-US Jr. The topic will be Mount Ararat en-US Cemetery Project in Daytona Beach. en-US The meeting is free and open to the en-US public. en-US For more information or direcen-US -en-US tions, call or text (386) 295-0676.en-USLow-cost pet clinicen-USA low-cost pet clinic, sponsored by the en-US Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to en-US Animals Rescue will be from 3:30 to 5 en-US p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10, at Ormond Beach en-US Police Department, 170 Granada Blvd.en-US There will be $3 rabies shots in addien-US-en-US tion to other shots.en-US Heartworm prevention and flea conen-US-en-US trol products will be available to buy at en-US the cash only clinic. en-US For more informaen-US -en-US tion, call (386) 748-8993.en-USLearn about wildflowersen-USThe Environmental Discovery Center en-US will host a lecture, Wildflowers, Natuen-US-en-US rally, at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 10, at 601 en-US Division Ave., Ormond Beach. en-US Discover Floridas native wildflowers en-US and the vital role they play in the ecosysen-US -en-US tem. en-US Admission is free. en-USFor more informaen-US -en-US tion, call (386) 615-7081.en-USLibraries waive fines for food en-USVolusia Countys public library en-US branches will accept food for fines Nov. en-US 11 to 25. en-US Patrons with late fees will receive a $1 en-US reduction of overdue fines up to $25 for en-US each undamaged, unexpired boxed or en-US canned nonperishable food item they en-US bring to the library. Donations will be en-US used to refill local food banks.en-USProperty appraiser serving en-US as association presidenten-USVolusia County Property Appraiser en-US Larry Bartlett was installed for a two-en-US year term as president of the Florida en-US Association of Property Appraisers en-US during its annual conference Oct. 24 in en-US Daytona Beach Shores.en-US Mr. Bartlett has lived in the Ormond en-US Beach area since 1970 and earned a lawen-US en-US degree from the University of Florida. He en-US practiced real estate law in Volusia Counen-US-en-US ty for 36 years, before being elected as the en-US countys property appraiser in November en-US 2016. en-USOrmond library hosts en-US WWI lecture series en-US en-USDr. Gaetano Cavallaro will kick off the en-US free World War I lecture series at 2 p.m. en-US Sunday, Nov. 11, at the Ormond Beach en-US Regional Library, 30 S. Beach St.en-US Topics will include the assassination of en-US Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the diploen-US-en-US macy existing between the various world en-US powers, the Schlieffen Plan and the Baten-US -en-US tle of the Marne. en-US The Ormond Beach resident has lecen-US -en-US tured on World War I in three languages en-US on three continents: Australia, North en-US America and Europe.en-US For information, call (386) 676-4191, en-US option 4.en-USLibrary workshop offers tips en-US for grant-seekersen-USNonprofit employees can learn how to en-US use the Foundation Directory Online en-US database at 4:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12, at en-US the Daytona Beach Regional Library, 105 en-US E. Magnolia Ave.en-US Librarian Lorri Davis will demonstrate en-US the use of the database. Patrons who have en-US a library card can access the database en-US free. en-US Due to limited seating, registration is en-US required. Call (386) 257-6036 or visit en-US and click on the calenen-US -en-US dar tab.en-USRepublican Club meetsen-USThe Daytona Beach Republican Club en-US will meet at noon Wednesday, Nov. 14, at en-USthe Pelican Bay Club, 350 Pelican Bay en-US Drive, Daytona Beach. en-US Use the east entrance off Beville Road en-US and be prepared to stop at the security en-US entrance and show a drivers license.en-US Lunch is $18 with a reservation. en-USFor en-US more information or a reservation, call en-US (386) 308-0073.en-USCouncil meeting date changeden-USThe Volusia County Council meeting en-US originally scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. en-US 20, has been moved to Tuesday, Nov. 13. en-US Public participation will begin at 9:30 en-US a.m., and the meeting will begin at 10 en-US a.m.en-US For more information, call (386) 736-en-US 5920.en-USChildrens storytimeen-USOnce Upon a Storytime for children en-US ages 4 and younger will be from 10 to 11 en-US a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13, at The Casements, en-US 25 Riverside Drive, Ormond Beach.en-US Snacks and crafts are included. Admisen-US-en-US sion is free.en-USGarden Club meetsen-USCherry Laurel Garden Club will meet en-US at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14, at St en-US James Episcopal Church Parish Hall, 38 S en-US Halifax Drive, Ormond Beach.en-US The program will be fun with flowers. en-US For more information, call (203) 209-en-US 7072 or visiten-US cherrylaurelgardenclub.en-US com.en-USGardener to discuss en-US native plants en-USLeslie Nixon will offer advice on incoren-US -en-US porating native plants into a home landen-US-en-US scape at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14, at en-US the Ormond Beach Regional Library, 30 en-US S. Beach St. en-US Ms. Nixon will explain why the plants en-US are desirable and share photos and proen-US -en-US files of several native plants. She is a masen-US -en-US ter gardener with the Volusia County en-US Extension Service. en-US Her free presentation is part of the en-US librarys Gardening Florida series. en-US For en-US more information, call (386) 676-4191, en-US option 4.en-USOrmond library offers free en-US computer classes en-US en-US Adults can improve their computer en-US skills with free classes at the Ormond en-US Beach Regional Library, 30 S. Beach St. en-US Programs for beginners include: en-US Basic Word: 2 to 3 p.m. Thursday, en-US Nov. 15. en-US Basic e-resources: 2 to 3 p.m. Thursen-US -en-US day, Nov. 29. en-US Participants may bring their own lapen-US -en-US tops. Eight library laptops, which use a en-US Windows 10 operating system, are availen-US -en-US able on a first-come, first-served basis.en-US Registration is required; call (386) 676-en-US 4191, option 4. en-USGenealogists meet at libraryen-USThe Volusia County Genealogical en-US Society will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday, en-US Nov. 15, in the auditorium of the Daytoen-US -en-US na Beach Regional Library, 105 E, Magen-US-en-US nolia Ave.en-US The guest speaker will be Dr. Angeline en-US Busby, who will present Medicine in the en-US Wild, Wild, West.en-US The society provides assistance in the en-US genealogy room for individuals researchen-US-en-US ing their heritage. The public is welcome.en-US For more information, call (386) 444-en-USHOLIDAY DEADLINEen-USWith the Thanksgiving holiday, the deadline for submissions en-US to Hometown News in Volusia County is 5 p.m. Wednesday, en-US Nov. 14, for the Nov. 23 issue, except for Rants & Raves, which is en-US noon, Thursday. For more information, call (386) 322-5924 or en-US email page A4en-US Seeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A7


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Phone 386-673-3535 Member of : American Academy of Orthopedic Manipulative TherapistsAmerican Physical Therapy Associations Florida Physical Therapy Association National Osteoporosis FoundationLocal Sponsor of National Osteoporosis Foundation Support Group.386-673-3535 Serving the community for over 10 years All appointments one on one 5 private treatment rooms Manual Therapy Certified Therapists Certified Hand Therapist Occupational Therapist TPI Certified Therapists (Golf Fitness) Cutting edge treatment with the most up to date technology, techniques Open 7AM to 6PM Business News en-USEggs & Issuesen-USThe Daytona Regional en-US Chamber of Commerce will en-US host an Eggs & Issues on Panen-US -en-US handling in Daytona Beach en-US and Its Impact on Local Busien-US -en-US ness at 7:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. en-US 9, at LPGA International Golf en-US Club, 1000 Champions Drive, en-US Daytona Beach.en-US Attorney Michael Kahn, a en-US consultant to the City of Dayen-US -en-US tona Beach, will be the feaen-US-en-US tured speaker.en-US The cost is $15 for members en-US in advance, $20 at the door en-US and $30 for non-members.en-US To register, visit daytonaen-US -en-US For more inforen-US -en-US mation, call Jim Cameron, en-US senior vice president of goven-US -en-US ernment relations, at (386) en-US 523-3673.en-USChamber hosts en-US ribbon-cutting en-US ceremonyen-USThe Daytona Regional en-US Chamber of Commerce will en-US host a ribbon-cutting ceremoen-US -en-US ny at 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 9, for en-US Oklahoma Joes Barbecue at en-US 1866 Victory Circle, Daytona en-US Beach.en-US For more information, visit en-US Connectionen-USThe Holly Hill Chamber of en-US Commerce will host an AM en-US Connection at 7:30 a.m. Frien-US-en-US day, Nov. 9, at Riviera Country en-US Club, 500 Calle Grande, en-US Ormond Beach.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 255-7311 or emailen-US en-US en-USWomens luncheon en-US Nov. 9en-USThe Ormond Beach Chamen-US -en-US ber of Commerce will host a en-US Women2Women Luncheon at en-US 11:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. 9, at en-US the Shores Resort & Spa, 2637 en-US S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona en-US Beach Shores.en-US Guest speaker will be Jayne en-US Fifer, president and CEO of en-US Volusia Manufacturers Associen-US-en-US ation.en-US Admission is $45 for memen-US-en-US bers, $55 for non-members, en-USSeeen-US en-US BUSINESS,en-US page A8en-USTen-UShe transition from active en-US military to private citizen en-US can be challenging for en-US many veterans, especially with en-US deciding what to do for a living.en-USFortunately Volusia County en-US is an extremely friendly place en-US for veterans that provides a lot en-US of opportunities for employen-US -en-US ment and business ownership.en-US Many veterans use the skills en-US they learned during their time en-US in service in a private sector en-US job. Im not getting that from en-US some government report. Its en-US from personal experience with en-US friends who have great jobs en-US and their training came from en-US the U.S. military.en-US Of course, if the main skill en-US you learned was marksmanen-US -en-US ship, you probably won't find en-US much use for it except in deer en-US hunting. Gun shops might like en-US to have a man or woman who en-US can take apart and put back en-US together a rifle in seconds. en-US However, there are many en-US training programs available en-US that can put you on a career en-US track. Daytona State College en-US and Embry-Riddle Aeronautien-US -en-US cal University are both en-US consistently ranked as great en-US schools for veterans.en-US A good place to start is the en-US Volusia County Veterans en-US Services office. You can check en-US them out at services/community-services/en-US veterans-services or call (386) en-US 254-4646. They mostly deal en-US with various claims, but also en-US can point a veteran in the en-US right direction.en-US There also are chain stores en-US and restaurants that give en-US veterans an advantage as en-US franchisees, either through en-US special financial help, training en-US or both. en-US There is one catch for all of en-US this, though. You have to ask en-US for it. No one is going to order en-US you to do it.en-US The transition to the private en-US sector can be frustrating. en-US There are a lot of people who en-US wont quite get a soldiers en-US regimentation. But its that en-US discipline and ability to en-US commit to the job at hand that en-US can give veterans a leg up in en-US the business world.en-US ***en-US The good folks at Taylor en-US Storage in New Smyrna Beach en-US pointed out I erred in a recent en-US column, but were nice enough en-US to give me the complete en-US details for some clarification. I en-US mistakenly wrote a California en-US investor had bought the en-US former auto dealership, now en-US storage facility, at 1300 N. en-US Dixie Freeway, New Smyrna en-US Beach, for $1.15 million. I was en-US only half right. The property en-US was split in two parcels and en-US the investor bought the auto en-US dealership part at 1300 N. en-US Dixie Freeway. The local en-US Taylor family bought the part en-US that was converted to a en-US self-storage facility at 1350 N. en-US Dixie Freeway. So, thanks, and en-US good luck to the Taylor family. en-US ***en-US A few construction starts to en-US mention this week. Construcen-US -en-US tion is starting on the first two en-US buildings of The Bellamy, a en-US student apartment complex in en-US the 600 block of Jimmy Ann en-US Drive in Daytona Beach. A en-US permit was obtained to en-US renovate all the rooms of the en-US Best Western Daytona Inn at en-US 730 N. Atlantic Ave. in en-US Daytona Beach. Also, remoden-US -en-US eling work should be underen-US -en-US way for Classic Touch Painting en-US to go into the former Florida en-US Gun Exchange building on en-US South U.S. 1 in Port Orange. en-US ***en-US Lastly, en-US here are a few en-US commercial real estate en-US transactions. A Winter Park en-US firm has bought part of West en-US Volusia Towne Centre (the en-US Dollar Tree end) for $1 en-US million. The Lohman family en-US has sold its office property at en-US 725 W. Granada Blvd. in en-US Ormond Beach to the en-US partners who own Coastal en-US Neurology for $702,500. A St. en-US Augustine investor has bought en-US the medical office building at en-US 925 N. Stone St. in DeLand for en-US $500,000. An Edgewater en-USconvenience store operator en-US bought the Bengals Discount en-US Liquors property at 335 en-US Beville Road in South en-US Daytona for about $315,000. en-US Managing Editor Cecil G. en-US Brumley has been tracking en-US business and the economy in en-US Volusia County for more than en-US 21 years. en-US Contact him at en-US cbrumley@hometownnewsol.en-US com en-US (no hyphen) or follow him en-US on Twitter en-US @cecilbrumley.en-USVeterans should have an advantage VOLUSIA en-USBUSINESSen-USCECIL G. en-US BRUMLEY en-US8076 or visit en-USvolusiacountyen-US-en-US honored en-US for financial reportingen-US en-US The City of Ormond Beach en-US has received the Government en-US Finance Officers Association en-US Certificate of Achievement en-US for Excellence in Financial en-US Reporting for its comprehenen-US -en-US sive annual financial report en-US for the 28th consecutive year. en-US The top recognition in the en-US area of governmental en-US accounting and financial en-US reporting, was presented to en-US the Ormond Beach Finance en-US Department.en-USNotesen-USFrom page A6en-US Seeen-US en-US NOTES,en-US page A9


A-8 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USOen-USK, here are my last 14 en-US car-buying tips in this en-US three-part series. en-USNo. 14 -You should only en-US drive the new vehicle after en-US youve negotiated the deal. en-US Why? To drive the vehicle, the en-US salesperson will ask for your en-US drivers license and that will en-US give the dealership a lot of en-US information about you!en-US No. 13 -Know which en-US vehicle you want before you en-US step on the car lot. Do your en-US homework and check inventoen-US -en-US ries online. Spend more time en-US on the dealerships website en-US than on its lot. en-US No. 12 -Usually, several en-US dealerships, within an hours en-US drive, will have the vehicle you en-US want. If you feel you need a en-US test drive before negotiating, en-US go to a dealership further en-US away. Tell them you came en-US from out of town and youve en-US heard they offer great prices. en-US Youll come back only if they en-US make it worth the drive! en-US No. 11 -Typically, internet en-US offers arent any lower than en-US going to the dealership. en-US No. 10 -When you go en-US online, ignore those pesky en-US pop-up chats. The represenen-US -en-US tatives cant give you any real en-US information; their only en-US purpose is to get your email en-US address and phone number. en-US No. 9 -Do not discuss how en-US you will pay for the vehicle en-US until the deal price is en-US established. en-US No. 8 -Investigate your en-US financing options, beforehand. en-US If you plan on financing en-US through the dealership, do not en-US negotiate the purchase price in en-US terms of monthly payments. en-US $25 more a month may not en-US sound like a lot, but it adds up en-US to $1,500 on a 60-month loan en-US (not including interest).en-US No. 7 -Be careful with add-en-US ons like extended warranties, en-US prepaid services, etc., especialen-US -en-US ly if you are financing. Are en-US you really going to keep the en-US vehicle that long?en-US No. 6 -Download a en-US payment calculator to your en-US smartphone and figure out the en-US payments, yourself, based on en-US the dealerships best out-the-en-US door price.en-US No. 5 -When trading a en-US vehicle for a newer one, en-US understand there are two en-US transactions. Some dealers en-US want to talk about the deal en-US as one number. Negotiating en-US how much youll give them in en-US addition to your trade can en-US hide a poor trade-in value or en-US paying full price on the new en-US vehicle. Ask for the two en-US transacen-US tions to be kept en-US separate for your ease of en-US understanding.en-US No. 4 -If buying new, are en-US you willing to wait until next en-US years model comes out? The en-US dealer may be more motivated en-US to sell last years inventory.en-US No. 3 -Shop on a rainy day. en-US You might be the only en-US prospect on the lot. en-US No. 2 -Continue to look en-US until you find a deal that en-US works for you. You dont need en-US to comparison shop at every en-US dealership. en-US And, Tip No. 1 -If youre en-US serious about buying a car, en-US accelerate the process by en-US asking for the manager. Leave en-US if he/she isnt available or en-US wont come out to meet with en-US you face-to-face.en-US Thats all 25! If you have an en-US interesting car-buying story, en-US shoot me an email. Also, let en-US me know if these tips have en-US helped you make a better en-US dealing.en-US David D. Holland, a en-US Certified Financial Planner en-US practitioner, hosts a TV show en-US Fridays-Sundays on WDSC en-US Channel 15 at 7 p.m. He has en-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 Servien-US ces 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 Buying Countdown, Part III PLAN en-USSTRONGERen-USDAVID D. en-US HOLLAND New board members en-USPhoto courtesy of FPRA Volusia/Flagler en-USThe 2018-2019 board for the Volusia/Flagler Chapter of the Florida Public en-US Relations Association was installed by State President Gordon Paulus, APR, en-US CPRC at LPGA International in Daytona Beach. From left, David Jimenez, VP en-US Student Services; Cindi Lane, APR, VP Programs; Vickie Pleus, APR, CPRC, en-US VP Member Services; Paulus; Chris Graham, President-Elect; Shelley Szafraen-US -en-US niec, APR, CPRC, President; Ellen Fisher, APR, Secretary; Jeannette Duerr, en-US APR, Immediate Past President; Bob Barker, Senior Advisor to the Chapter; en-US Johanna Santana, VP Communications; Dr. Salvador Victor, Bethune-Cooken-US -en-US man University Student Chapter Faculty Advisor; Trish Wieland-Lingenfelter, en-US VP Digital Media; and Cyndi Hines, VP Special Projects. Not pictured: Janice en-US Moran, VP Public Relations; Barry KuKes, VP Finance; and Lori McMullin, en-US APR, VP Accreditation and Certification. en-US$500 for members corporate en-US table of eight and $600 for en-US non-members corporate table en-US of eight.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 677-3454.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 hours 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 moral character, en-US perjury or false statements.en-US For more information, conen-US -en-US tact Molly Hudson at mhuden-US-en-US or (386) 736-en-US 5951.en-US Applications also may be en-US submitted at under en-US career opportunities. en-USBusiness After Hoursen-USThe Daytona Regional and en-US DeLand Area chambers of en-US commerce will host a Business en-US After Hours 5:30 p.m. Tuesen-US -en-US day, Nov. 13, in the Carlton en-US Union Building at Stetson en-US University in DeLand.en-US The cost is $10 in advance en-US or $15 at the door.en-US For information, contact Ken en-US Phelps, Daytona events direcen-US -en-US tor, at (386) 523-3675 or en-US ken@en-US daytonachamber.comen-US en-US or en-US Tammy Mauldin, DeLand en-US interim executive director, at en-US (386) 734-4331 or en-US tammy@en-US delandchamber.orgen-US.en-USChamber hosts en-US ribbon-cutting en-US ceremonyen-USThe Ormond Beach Chamen-US -en-US ber of Commerce will host a en-US ribbon-cutting ceremony at 4 en-US p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15, for the en-US The Karma Castle, Suite C8, en-US 1437 N. U.S. 1, Ormond en-US Beach.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 677-3454.en-USBusinessen-USFrom page A7en-US Seeen-US en-US BUSINESS,en-US page A9


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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 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.Palm CoastGolden Corral 225 Cypress Edge Drive November 15, 2018 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.DebaryIHOP 320 Dirkson Road November 13, 2018 10 a.m. DeLandPerkins 1405 North Woodland Boulevard November 16, 2018 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.DebaryIHOP 320 Dirkson Road November 23, 2018 10 a.m.Palm CoastGolden Corral 225 Cypress Edge Drive November 26, 2018 10 a.m.Palm CoastHilton Garden Inn 55 Town Center Boulevard November 20, 2018 10 a.m.Orange CityHoliday Inn 1330 Saxon Boulevard November 19, 2018 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Business After Hours en-USThe Ormond Beach and en-US Holly Hill chambers of comen-US-en-US merce will host a Business en-US After Hours at 4:30 p.m. en-US Wednesday, Nov. 14, at the en-US Iron Horse Saloon, 1068 N. en-US U.S. 1, Ormond Beach.en-US The cost is $10 for members en-US in advance, $15 at the door, or en-US $20 for non-members.en-US For reservations, visiten-US en-US en-US or call en-US (386) 677-3454.en-USCounty plans green en-US building workshopen-USLearn about green building en-US practices during a Low-Impact en-US Development Workshop from en-US 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, en-US Nov. 14, at Lyonia Environen-US-en-US mental Center, 2150 Eustace en-US Ave., Deltona. en-US Green, or sustainable, builden-US -en-US ings reduce the impact on the en-US natural environment. The en-US return on investing in green en-US building includes reducing en-US operation, utilities and mainen-US -en-US tenance costs. en-US The speakers will be:en-US C.J. Davila, executive direcen-US -en-US tor of the Florida Green Builden-US -en-US ing Coalitionen-US Katrina Locke, county susen-US -en-US tainability and natural en-US resources directoren-US Ralph Locke, president of en-US Environmental Construction en-US & Consultingen-US For more information, call at en-US (386) 736-5927.en-USISC buying en-US communications firmen-USInternational Speedway en-US Corp. is buying Racing Elecen-US-en-US tronics, the company en-US announced. No financial en-US details were released.en-US Racing Electronics is a en-US motorsports communications en-US technology and equipment en-US supplier for drivers, teams, en-US venues and fans as well as the en-US provider of FanVision techen-US -en-US nology to NASCAR and en-US NHRA. en-USFuneral home chain en-US executive returns to firmen-USNancy Lohman is returning en-US to Lohman Funeral Homes, en-US Cemeteries and Cremation, a en-US StoneMor Partners company, en-US serving as a strategic project en-US consultant. en-US Ms. Lohmans focus will en-US include funeral director trainen-US -en-US ing and service designed to en-US assist funeral directors in planen-US-en-US ning life celebration events en-US and enhancing a familys expeen-US-en-US rience.en-US She maintains an active en-US funeral directors license and is en-US a Certified Cemetery Funeral en-US Executive. en-US Her family sold its 14 locaen-US-en-US tions to StoneMor Partners six en-US years ago. 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 are $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 by Nov. 9.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 218-4490 or visiten-US volusiaen-US -en-US stockings for en-US soldiers and veteransen-USWoodward Cremation and en-US Funeral Services is one of hunen-US -en-US dreds of Veterans & Family en-US Memorial Care providers paren-US -en-US ticipating in the 11th annual en-US Christmas Stockings for Solen-US-en-US diers & Veterans. 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 Christmas en-UScheer. en-US Woodward will either ship en-US or deliver the stockings at their en-US expense to troops abroad and en-US veterans at home.en-USBusinessen-USFrom page A8en-USNotesen-USFrom page A7


A-10 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USgrow up.en-US Ms. Adams added, He en-US never complained. He never en-US had a bad word to say about en-US anyone. If you tried to say en-US something bad about someone en-US and he heard you, he would en-US always say hes not a bad guy, en-US just give him a chance.en-US But he suffered from depresen-US -en-US sion and, despite taking medien-US -en-US cation, he would still be en-US depressed, she said. He also en-US had to take medication for en-US nightmares, and thunder gave en-US him flashbacks. He was en-US involved in a bad car accident, en-US which en-US required en-US him to have en-US neck and en-US back suren-US -en-US gery. That en-US took a toll en-US on him.en-US Mr. en-US Adams en-US received en-US the Nationen-US-en-US al Defense en-US Medal, Sea Service Deployen-US -en-US ment Ribbon, Southwest Asia en-US Service Medal and Armed en-US Forces Expeditionary Medal, en-US according to John Hanley, en-US commander of VFW Post en-US 3282 in Port Orange.en-US He was an active member of en-US the post, said Commander en-US Hanley, who is also a Navy veten-US -en-US eran, serving in the Vietnam en-US War.en-US Mr. Adams served as the en-US junior vice commander and en-US then senior vice commander. en-US He served as the canteen manen-US -en-US ager for the past year and was en-US part of the Honor Guard, en-US Commander Hanley said. He en-US did a lot of repairs around the en-US building. He helped out all the en-US time, we miss him already. He en-US did a lot of the menial tasks en-US that no one else wanted to do.en-US But suicide is a persistent en-US problem, he said. Suicide is a en-US problem among people like en-US myself, in my era forward, that en-US had boots on the ground and en-US fought hand to hand to stay en-US alive.en-US Rod Phillips, a Vietnam veten-US -en-US eran and president of Vietnam en-US Veterans of America Chapter en-US 1048 in Daytona Beach, stated en-US in an email that Mr. Adams en-US was a good friend, a strong en-US supporter of our chapter. I had en-US the privilege of honoring Jimen-US -en-US mie in 2013 at the New Smyren-US -en-US na Beach Balloon and Skyfest. en-US Jimmie was a past AVVA 1048 en-US member and volunteered at en-US our five annual Homeless Veten-US -en-US eran Stand Downs.en-US The memorial for Mr. en-US Adams at VFW Post 3282 was en-US standing room only as well as en-US the service for him in Jacksonen-US -en-US ville where he found his final en-US resting place at the Jacksonen-US-en-US ville National Cemetery. en-US Volusia County governen-US-en-US ment, veterans organizations, en-US public agencies and private en-US clubs offer numerous resourcen-US -en-US es for people struggling with en-US mental health issues, with speen-US-en-US cific veterans services as well. en-US The 2-1-1 First Call For en-US Help was created by the Uniten-US -en-US ed Way of Volusia-Flagler to en-US give people in need of comen-US -en-US munity services direction, en-US support and a place to call en-US when they dont know where en-US to turn. The service is free, and en-US confidential. Certified Inforen-US -en-US mation & Referral Specialists en-US are available by telephone en-US 24/7, 365 days a year. en-US Volusia Countys Veterans en-US Services Division assists all en-US former and present members en-US of the Armed Forces and their en-US dependents. The West Volusia en-US number is (386) 740-5102, in en-US East Volusia call (386) 254-en-US 4646. en-US The Suicide Prevention en-US Hotline is (800) 273-8255. 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... 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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 | 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! Museum observance en-US en-US The Ormond Memorial Art en-US Museums free annual Veteren-US -en-US ans Day program will be at 11 en-US a.m. Friday, Nov. 9, at 78 E. en-US Granada Blvd.en-US The ceremony will be in the en-US parking lot just south of the en-US main building and gardens, en-US beneath a tent.en-US Retired Air Force Col. Kimen-US -en-US berley Ramos, a 30-year milien-US-en-US tary veteran, will be one of the en-US speakers for the event. en-US The Bethune-Cookman en-US University Tuba and Euphoen-US -en-US nium Ensemble will play. en-US There will be a mail call for en-US veterans by area youngsters as en-US well as a patriotic sing-along en-US with members of the Song of en-US the Coast Chorus acapella en-US group. Light refreshments will en-US be served.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 676-3347.en-USAwareness Walk en-USThe Veterans Awareness en-US Walk 24 will begin at 7 a.m. en-US Friday, Nov. 9, at Wadsworth en-US Park, 2200 Moody Blvd. en-US Flagler Beach and end at en-US about 5 p.m. at the Veterans en-US Administration Building, 551 en-US National Health Care Drive en-US Daytona Beach. en-US The purpose of the 24-mile en-US walk is to raise awareness of en-US issues plaguing American en-US heroes, offering resources en-US within communities and raisen-US -en-US ing money for local veterans en-US charities: Missing in America en-US Project, Wreaths Across en-US America, The Giving Beck en-US Fund and Adopt A Veteran en-US for Christmas. For more en-US information, contact Ormond en-US Strong at ormondstrong@en-US or visit ormonden-US -en-US saluteen-US Music Night at The Hub on en-US Canal, A Patriotic Salute to en-US Our Veterans, will be from 5 en-US to 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9, at 132 en-US Canal St., New Smyrna Beach.en-US Celebrate the success of en-US The Hubs Veterans In Art en-US program in its third year and en-US view the Veterans Art Show. en-US Shannon Rae will perform en-US patriotic and war-time songs.en-US Free admission for veterans en-US with ID and Hub members. en-US Non-members, $5.en-US For more information, visit en-US en-US or call en-US (386) 957-3924.en-USVeterans Day walken-USAVA Happy Wanderers will en-US host a 5K/10K Veterans Day en-US walk at 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. en-US 11, at Lakeside Community en-US Center, 1099 City Center Ciren-US -en-US cle, Port Orange. en-US The cost is $3.en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 256-en-US 2160, (386) 214-3890 or visit en-US with a veteranen-USThe Military Order of the en-US Purple Heart Volusia County en-US Chapter 316 will host, along en-US with Walmart in Ormond en-US Beach, the second Coffee with en-US a Vet from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. en-US Sunday, Nov. 11, at 1521 en-US Granada Blvd., Ormond en-US Beach.en-US Bring a photo for the Wall en-US of Honor.en-USPrince of Peace Annual en-US Veterans Day Breakfast en-USPrince of Peace Catholic en-US Church will mark the 100th en-US anniversary of Armistice Day en-US Sunday, Nov. 11, with its en-US annual Veterans Day Breaken-US -en-US fast hosted by the Knights of en-US Columbus. en-US The parish will recognize en-US its WWII veterans at the 9 en-US a.m. Mass along with memen-US -en-US bers of The Father John en-US Washington Post 1944 of the en-US Catholic War Veterans of en-US America.en-US Several Embry-Riddle Unien-US -en-US versity Army ROTC cadets en-US will attend as guests.en-US The buffet breakfast will be en-US served from 8 to 11 a.m. in en-US the Parish Hall at 600 S. Nova en-US Road, Ormond Beach. en-US Tickets for adults and teens en-US are $5, and children age 12 en-US and younger are free with the en-US purchase of an adult ticket. en-US Tickets are on sale after all en-US weekend Masses, in the parish en-US office and a limited number at en-USthe door.en-US For more information, call en-US the church at (386) 672-5272.en-USPonce Inlet ceremonyen-USVeterans Day Ceremony in en-US Ponce Inlet will be at 10 a.m. en-US Sunday, Nov. 11, at the Kay & en-US Ayres Davies Lighthouse en-US Park, 4931 S. Peninsula en-US Drive, Ponce Inlet.en-US The Veterans Memorial in en-US this park was dedicated Nov. en-US 11, 2011. en-US Free and open to the public. en-US Lighthouse admission also en-US will be free for veterans that en-US day. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 236-2163.en-USPort Orange ceremonyen-USVFW Post 3282 will host a en-US Veterans Day ceremony at 10 en-US a.m. Monday, Nov. 12, at City en-US Center, 4655 City Center Ciren-US -en-US cle, Port Orange.en-US The ceremony will feature en-US a display of colors, speeches en-US and a 21-gun salute. Admisen-US -en-US sion is free.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 506-5936 or visit en-US en-USPainting for veteransen-USPainting for Veterans will en-US be from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, en-US Nov. 17, at Museum Of Arts en-US And Sciences, 352 S. Nova Rd en-US Daytona Beach.en-US Atlantic Center for the Arts en-US & Wellness is offering a worken-US -en-US shop with Florida artist en-US Joseph Palmerio. en-US Reservations are required at en-US en-USVeterans Day Eventsen-USSuicideen-USFrom page A1 en-USMr. Adams


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If youd like to show off your en-US Catch of the Week, send a jpeg format photo with your name, hometown en-US and where you caught the fish to Gymen-USOpen Gym will be from 6-8 en-US p.m. Fridays, Nov. 9 and 16, at en-US the Ormond Beach Gymnasen-US -en-US tics Center, 432 N. Nova Road, en-US for anyone between the ages of en-US 8-21.en-US A waiver to participate must en-US be signed. The cost is $5 per en-US participant.en-US Register at 399 N. U.S. 1 or en-US at Registraen-US -en-US tions will also be accepted at en-US the door. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 676-3282. en-USEast Coast Cheer en-USThe Florida Kick-Off All-en-US Star Cheer & Dance Champien-US -en-US onship will be at the Ocean en-US Center Saturday, Nov. 10. en-US The event is hosted by East en-US Coast Championships and is en-US open to the public. Spectator en-US tickets are $16 if purchased in en-US advance, or $20 the day of the en-US event. en-US For more information, visit en-US ocean-center.en-USBoats compete en-US in Brewers Cupen-USDave Brangaccio skippered en-US his boat Paloma to a first place en-US finish in the 19th annual en-US Brewers Cup sailing race.en-US Nineteen sailboats competen-US-en-US ed on the Intracoastral Wateren-US -en-US way, starting at the Smyrna en-US Yacht Club and sailing 10 en-US miles south to buoy 13A in en-US Mosquito Lagoon.en-US Finishing in second place en-US was Mick, skippered by Max en-US Mielke and in third was Tacky, en-US skippered by Tony Porterfield.en-US An awards reception follen-US -en-US wed the race at the clubs Tiki en-US bar.en-USERAU ends season en-US at 8-8en-USThe Embry-Riddle womens en-US soccer team fell 4-0 in the en-US teams first Sunshine State en-US Conference semifinal Thursen-US-en-US day, Nov. 1, to the tournaen-US -en-US ments top seed Barry Univen-US -en-US eristy.en-US The loss capped an 8-8 camen-US-en-US paign for the Eagles, while the en-US ninth-ranked Barry Lady Bucs en-US remained undefeated at 15-0-en-US 1.en-US The game was last in the en-US collegiate careers of seniors en-US Annie Gelnaw, Helena Hansen-US-en-US son, Emmie Johansson, Guro en-US Naess Berge, Stina Naess Berge en-US and Rachel Owens, all of en-US whom helped the Eagles tranen-US -en-US sition from the NAIA to en-US NCAA II.en-USFitness Newsen-USYoga at MOASen-USYoga in the Gallery will en-US meet from 5:en-US30 to 6:30 p.m. en-US Wednesdays at the Museum of en-US Arts & Sciences, 352 S. Nova en-US Road, Daytona Beach. en-US The cost is $5 for members en-US and $10 for non-members. en-US Participants should bring a en-US mat, towel, and water. Space is en-US limited; registratien-USon is required en-US by calling (386) 255-en-US0285.en-USSchnebly Centeren-USDaytona Cultural & Leisure en-US Services offers fitness proen-US-en-US grams at Peggy Schnebly Recen-US -en-US reation Center at 1101 N. en-US Atlantic Ave.en-US Seniorcise, 9 to 9:45 a.m. en-US Mondays. The cost is $3en-US Free Video Exercise, 3 to en-US 7:30 p.m. Mondays and 8:30 en-US a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Thursdays. en-US Free Cardio Drumming, 9 en-US to 9:45 a.m. Tuesdays and 4 to en-US 4:45 p.m. Thursdaysen-US Yoga, 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesdays. en-US The cost is $10.en-US Tai Chi, 10:15 to 11:30 a.m. en-US for those interested in becomen-US -en-US ing Tai Chi instructors or masen-US -en-US ters. The cost is $20. en-US For more information or to en-US register, call (386) 671-3560 or en-US visiten-US en-US en-US FITNESS,en-US page A12


A-12 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USI en-USfirst began fishing Strickland en-US Creek in 1975. en-USIn those days I couldnt en-US afford much of a boat, but en-US whenever I could manage to en-US float down that stream I knew en-US fish would be coming home en-US with me. en-US If you are not familiar, en-US Strickland sits about a quarter en-US mile east of north U.S. 1 and en-US runs about three miles up to en-US the Tomoka River. It is a tidal en-US creek that contains brackish en-US water that leans toward the en-US fresh. en-US In the beginning dead en-US shrimp was all you needed to en-US catch a great fish dinner. It en-US was my go to spot. Back then en-US both black and red drum were en-US easy to find and all it took to en-US get them was shrimp. As the en-US years passed the drum fishing en-US fell off and I began to fish it en-US less and less. en-US On a nice fall day, I en-US launched my 17-foot Polar at en-US the natural ramp in Sanchez en-US Park to spend some time with en-US a stream that is an old friend. en-US Over the years I had caught a en-US few spotted sea trout there, en-US but for the most part I found it en-US to be a poor trout hole. The en-US creek averages 10 to 12 feet in en-US depth for most of its length, en-US which would lead you to think en-US it could be a good cold en-US weather trout spot, but I never en-US found it to be that. en-US In 1978, a vicious freeze hit en-US our area with day-time highs en-US only in the 20s. That was en-US enough to stun the snook and en-US many were killed. When the en-US temperatures plunged, en-US hundreds of snook and tarpon en-US rushed to Strickland to try en-US and survive in the warmer en-US depths there. It didnt work, en-US but Strickland became packed en-US with those two game fish. en-US My cousin Randy, who lived en-US in DeLand, called to say a en-US commercial fishermen friend en-US had told him he had gone en-US there and dipped up 2,500 en-US pounds of stunned snook. en-US Even in that cold weather, I en-US was on the water the very next en-US day. Randy, my father and I en-US netted more than 400 pounds en-US of snook that were swimming en-US slowly near the surface. en-US After that the state began to en-US issue warnings not to take fish en-US in that manner. They told us en-US the fish would survive, but we en-US knew they were dying. As en-US soon as the cold snap broke, I en-US went back out to Strickland en-US and found thousands of dead en-US snook and tarpon. These days en-US dipping up stunned fish is en-US strictly illegal. en-US As I drifted northward on en-US the creek, I had to smile as en-US each turn brought back a good en-US fishing memory. At a wide en-US spot in the stream, I rememen-US -en-US bered being there with a en-US friend from Chicago when we en-US found tarpon so thick we were en-US accidentally snagging them en-US through the dorsal fin with en-US our jigs. Wild fishing to be en-US sure. en-US As I moved along, I tried en-US each of my old honey holes en-US with no luck. In order to keep en-US with tradition, I was baiting en-US with dead shrimp that was en-US only appealing to small mango en-US snappers. I found some of the en-US downed trees I had fished in en-US the s were still there. Once en-US those trees had yielded coolers en-US full of drum, but no more. en-US When I did catch a small black en-US drum, I anchored up. In the en-US past, whenever I caught any en-US drum, it would mean a school en-US was waiting, but no more. I en-US did manage one under-sized en-US red fish.en-US Folks, Strickland Creek is a en-US great place to boat and en-US especially kayak. It is a en-US no-wake manatee zone for the en-US entire length. It also is a great en-US place to try a fly rod. On en-US occasion, you may see an en-US alligator, otters, roseate en-US spoonbill wading birds, osprey en-US and bald eagles. Some years en-US back, it was home to a big ole en-US rattlesnake we named El Cid. en-US It was not uncommon to see en-US that seven-footer swimming en-US across the creek. There is still en-US lots of fun to be had at en-US Strickland and it is all within en-US the Ormond Beach city limits. en-US Give it a try. You wont be en-US sorry.en-US Dan Smith has fished the en-US waters of Volusia County for en-US more than 40 years. Email en-US questions and comments to en-US en-US His book, I en-USSwear the Snook Drowned, is en-US available for purchase for en-US $10.95 at (386) 441-7793. Want to catch the elusive Snook while there is still a season? Our monthly meeting is the place to learn from the experienced Bill Moore who is one of the best in the club.Fishing for Snook Learn from our own! Bill Moore Bill is renowned for Snook & Redsh Tournament Winner The Best to learn from! Topic to be covered! 1. Bait to use 2. Where to nd Snook 3. Rigs for best results MEETING PLACE (PUBLIC WELCOME)Quick Tips 7pm Tactics for catching snook by Capt. Rob Ottlein General Meeting starts at 7:30pm Featured speaker starts at 8pm Monthly Flagler Sportshing Club MeetingVFW Club 47 Old Kings Rd N Palm Coast, Fl 32137 (386)446-8696 Nov. 13, 2018 @ 7:30PM Dr. Jacob Barr, Physical Therapist Titleist Performance Institute Certified1425 Hand Ave, Suite H Ormond Beach 386-673-3535 Is Pain or Injury Limiting Your Golf Game? 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Fee is $5. en-US Registration is required. en-US Chair Yoga Stretch, 9:45 to en-US 10:20 a.m. Tuesday. Fee is $5. en-US Cardio & Strength Proen-US -en-US gram, 8:30 a.m. to 9:20 p.m. en-US Monday and Wednesday. en-US Hand-held weights needed.en-US For all programs, wear en-US sneakers and bring a bottled en-US water.en-US en-US For more information or a en-US reservation, call (585) 738-en-US 5111 or emailen-US en-US colleensfiten-US -en-US ness@gmail.comen-US .en-USSwimming Centersen-USThe Cypress and Campbell en-US Aquatics Centers are heated en-US with a Geothermal heat sysen-US -en-US tem and available for year-en-US round swim and exercise.en-US Cypress Aquatics Facility, en-US 981 George W. Engram Blvd.: en-US Open Swim, 11 a.m. to 6:30 en-US p.m. Monday to Friday, 11 en-US a.m. to 4p.m. Saturday and 1 en-US to 4 p.m. Sunday. Fees are en-US adults $3 and youth $2. Lap en-US Swim, 7 a.m.-noon Monday to en-US Friday or at least one lane is en-US reserved for lap swim any en-US time. Fee is $3 per visit.en-US Campbell Aquatic Center, en-US 400 S. Dr. MLK Jr. Blvd.: en-US Hours vary based on season.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 671-8392.en-USDickerson Centeren-USDaytona Beach Cultural & en-US Leisure Services offers a baton en-US twirling class from 6 to 7:30 en-US p.m. each Monday and Thursen-US-en-US day at the John H. Dickerson en-US Community Center at 308 S. en-US Dr. MLK Jr. Blvd., Daytona en-US Beach.en-US The cost is $10.en-US For more en-US information or to register, call en-US (386) 671-5820 or visiten-US codb.en-US us.en-USFitnessen-USFrom page A11


en-GBDining en-GB&en-GB Entertainment en-GBFRIDAY, NOV. 9, 2018 en-GB DAYTONA BEACH en-GB WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSVOLUSIA.COMen-USA Few Good Men by Aaron Sorkin en-US will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Nov. en-US 9-10, 16-17 and 2 p.m. Nov. 18, at The en-US Stage at Thank You Five, 4606 S. Clyde en-US Morris Blvd., Unit 2N, Port Orange.en-US Lt. Daniel Kaffee (Cory Maxwell) is a en-US military lawyer defending two U.S. en-US Marines charged with killing one of en-US their own at the Guantanamo Bay Naval en-US Base in Cuba. Kaffee, a Harvard grad en-US sleepwalking through his scholaren-US -en-US ship-repaying three-year stint in the en-US Navy, initially wants to get his clients a en-US plea bargain and get back to his softball en-US games. However, fellow lawyer, Lt. Cdr. en-US JoAnne Galloway (Heidi Ackerson), en-US convinces him the accused Marines en-US were most likely carrying out an order en-US from a commanding officer. en-US As the court case proceeds and the en-US specter of conspiracy arises, the tenaen-US-en-US cious Kaffee finds himself asking comen-US -en-US plex questions of honor, duty and en-US humanity that demand answers, and en-US resolves to make a valiant effort to en-US defend the two Marines. He ultimately en-US takes the ultimate risk of calling the en-US commanding officer, Col. Nathan R. en-US Jessep (Tom Meredith) to the stand in en-US Friday, Nov. 9en-USen-US Volusia County Fair: en-US The en-US Volusia County Fair and Youth en-US Show continues through Nov. 11 en-US at the fairgrounds at 3150 E. en-US New York Ave., DeLand. Regular en-US admission is $10 for people 13 en-US and older, $7 for children 6-12 en-US and free for children 5 and en-US younger. Fair hours are 4 p.m. en-US until Midway closes Monday to en-US Friday, 11 a.m. until Midway en-US closes Saturday and Sunday. en-US Tuesday, Nov. 6 hours are 1 p.m. en-US until 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 en-US Cinematique:en-US The Happy en-US Prince 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 en-US Daytona Playhouse:en-US Funny, en-US You Don't 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 visit en-US DaytonaPlayen-US -en-US en-US Movie in the Park:en-US The movie en-US Cars 3 will be shown at en-US Riverwalk Park at 6 p.m. at 3459 en-US S. Ridgewood Ave., Port Orange. en-US There will be free popcorn, and en-US food and drinks to buy. Bring a en-US lawn chair or blanket.en-US All-County Choral Music en-US Showcase: en-US Volusia County en-US Schools will present the 46th en-US annual showcase at 7 p.m. at en-US DeLand High School, 800 North en-US Hill Ave. The concert is free and en-US open to the public.en-US The showcase features en-US performances by more than 200 en-US middle and high school choral en-US students, who will be led by Dr. en-US Kelly Miller, director of choral en-US activities at the University of Cenen-US-en-US tral Florida, and Amelia Fulmer, en-US director of choirs at Flagler Palm en-US Coast High School. en-US For information, contact John en-US Dupuis, performing arts en-US specialist, at (386) 734-7190, en-US ext. 20682 oren-US atjjdupuis@en-US, Nov. 10en-USOrmond Beach Performing Arts en-US Center:en-US Amazing World of en-US Illusions will perform at 7 p.m. at en-US Ormond Beach Performing Arts en-US Center, 399 N. U.S. 1, Ormond en-US Beach.en-US It will star Illusionist Kendrix en-US and Comedy Magician Glen en-US Foster with Special Guest Shaun en-US Jay. Tickets are $20. en-USFor more en-US information, call (386) 676 en-US 3375. en-USConcert:en-US Florida Bandmasen-US -en-US ters Association Roll of Distincen-US -en-US tion Concert, featured Southern en-GBOut en-GB &en-GB en-GB about en-GBHoroscopes en-USARIES Mar 21/Apr 20en-USTry to avoid overindulgence, Aries. en-US Too much of a good thing can start en-US to turn sour. Learning moderation in en-US all things is a valuable lesson to en-US remember.en-USTAURUS Apr 21/May 21en-USTaurus, honesty with the people you en-US care about is important, but work to en-US avoid being too blunt when getting en-US your point across. Try tempering the en-US information shared.en-USGEMINI May 22/Jun 21en-USGemini, your home can seem like a en-US major travel hub at times, with peoen-US -en-US ple coming and going at all hours. en-US Find your quiet zone and retreat en-US there when you need to recharge.en-USCANCER Jun 22/Jul 22en-USCancer, you probably have a lot of en-US running around to do this week and en-US wonder how you are going to meet en-US all of your obligations. Delegation en-US can help with that.en-USLEO Jul 23/Aug 23en-USDo not be surprised if many visitors en-US pop in to say hello, Leo. Impromptu en-US social events can be enjoyable and en-US even perk you up when you could en-US use a smile.en-USVIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22en-USSpend time exercising at the gym or en-US go on a hike this week to relieve en-US some feelings of anxiety, Virgo. This en-US will help calm you down and refocus.en-USLIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23en-USLibra, an exciting communication en-US could come your way in the next few en-US days, sparking all sorts of changes en-US in your life. Just weigh through all the en-US options first.en-USSCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22en-USScorpio, you may want to participate en-US in group activities or make a few new en-US friends but do not know where to en-US start. Its all in the way you present en-US yourself.en-USSAGITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21en-USA powerful burst of energy has the en-US potential to turn you into a workaen-US-en-US holic this week, Sagittarius. You en-US must keep yourself in check so you en-US do not burn out quickly.en-USCAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20en-USCapricorn, frustration can rear its en-US ugly head when you dont need it to en-US visit. Youll overcome this obstacle if en-USSeeen-US en-US OUT,en-US page B3en-USFor Hometown en-USSeeen-US en-US SCOPES,en-US page B3en-USCan you handle the truth on stage?en-USPhoto courtesy of Mike Kitaifen-US The Stage at Thank You Five will perform A Few Good Men by Aaron Sorkin from Nov. 9-18 at 4606 S. Clyde Moren-US -en-US ris Blvd., Unit 2N, Port Orange. Military lawyer Lt. Daniel Kaffee (Cory Maxwell, foreground) defends two Marines en-US accused of murder, Lt. Jonathon Kendrick (Will Lawrence), left, and Capt. Jack Ross (John Nicastro). en-USCelebrate Volusia Countys en-US native animals during Wilden-US -en-US life Fest from 10 a.m. to 3 en-US p.m. Saturday,en-US Nov. 10, at the en-US Marine Science Center, 100 en-US Lighthouse Drive, Ponce en-US Inlet.en-US Attendees can meet glove-en-US trained birds of prey, observe en-US sea turtles undergoing lifeen-US -en-US saving rehabilitation, and en-US visit booths staffed by natureen-US en-US groups and crafters. The fesen-US -en-US tival will also feature music, en-US childrens activities and food en-US vendors. Animal rehabilitaen-US-en-US tion staff will explain how en-US they care for injured birds en-US and sea turtles and offer tips en-US to help conserve wildlife en-US habitats.en-US Children can buy or bring en-US a stuffed animal and ask en-US rehab staff to check it out for en-US injuries at the bald eagle en-US triage tent. There will alsoen-US en-US be a shark conservation staen-US -en-US tion and presentations about en-US Volusia County wildlife and en-US artificial reef program.en-US Admission to the Marine en-US Science Center will be free all en-US day.en-US Since opening in 2002, the en-US Marine Science Center has en-US cared for more than 21,000 en-US sea turtles and more than en-US 1,400 gopher tortoises, freshen-US -en-US water turtles and snakes. The en-US Mary Keller Seabird Rehabilen-US-en-US itation Facility at the Marine en-US Science Center has received en-US more than 16,000 birds since en-US opening in 2004.en-US Wildlife Fest is sponsored en-US by Volusia County Governen-US -en-US ment; the Town of Ponce en-US Inlet; Alexis Lenssen, CFP, en-US Raymond James; Kalin en-US Home Furnishings; and the en-US Friends of the Marine Scien-US-en-US ence Center. en-US For more information, call en-US (386)304-5545 oen-US r visiten-US marien-US -en-US For Hometown Newsen-USnewsdy@hometownnewsol.comen-USMarine center en-US hosts Wildlife Fest en-USHometown News file photoen-USMarine Science Center Educator Laura Albert of en-US Port Orange talks about Luna, a Red Shouldered en-US Hawk.en-USSeeen-US TRUTHen-US,en-US page B3


B-2 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USen-US Bank & Blues Club: en-USJosh en-US Hoyers & Soul Colossal will en-US perform at 9 p.m. Saturday, Nov. en-US 10. Tickets start at $10. Doors en-US open at 8 p.m. at 701 Main St., en-US 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 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 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 Mary's $3, 10-ounce New en-US York Strip $12.95 each Sunday. en-US Lunch specials served everyday en-US 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at 890 S. Atlantic en-US Ave. in Ormond Beach. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 673-en-US 5933 or visiten-US theblacksheep.en-US com.en-US Daytona Beach Brewing Co.: en-US Taproom hours are 4-8 p.m. en-US Tuesday-Thursday and noon to en-US 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday in en-US Unit N at 482 Fentress Blvd., en-US Daytona Beach. en-US For more en-US information, call (844) 352-en-US 2337 or visit en-US daytonabeachbrewen-US -en-US en-US Down the Hatch:en-US Upcoming en-US performers are Donnie Bostic en-US 6-10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9; Lounge en-US Lizard, 1-5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. en-US 10, and Sam Collins, 6-10 p.m. en-US Saturday; and Donnie Bostic, 1-5 en-US p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11 at 4894 en-US Front St., Ponce Inlet. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 761-4831 en-US or visit en-US downthehatchseafood.en-US com.en-US Frappes Italian Grille: en-US Happiest Hour is in the bar en-US nightly from 5-6:30 p.m. First en-US Tuesday of the month is wine en-US tasting, two whites, two reds and en-US an appetizer for $25. en-USFor en-US reservations, call (386) en-US 615-4888. en-US en-US Grille at Riverview: en-USUpcoming en-US performers are Christie Beu, en-US 6:30-10:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9; en-US LA Robinson & Streetlife, en-US 6:30-10:30 p.m., Saturday, Nov. en-US 10; 5 Island Steel, 12:304:30 en-US p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11; and en-US Christie Beu, 6-10 p.m. Wednesen-US -en-US day, Nov. 14, at 101 Flagler Ave., en-US New Smyrna Beach. Dinner en-US reservations required. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 428-en-US 1865. en-US 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, visit en-US grindgastropub.en-US com. en-US en-US Hard Rock Hotel Daytona en-US Beach:en-US Mark Venneri will en-US perform from 6-9 p.m. Monday, en-US Nov. 12, at the Sessions Terrace en-US at 918 N. Atlantic Ave. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 947-en-US 7300 or visiten-US hardtockhoteldayen-US -en-US en-US Lagerheads Bar & Grill: en-USUpcoming performers are en-US Xpanse, Friday, Nov. 9; Don Hill, en-US noon-4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10; en-US Robert Keele, 5-9 p.m. Saturday; en-US and Don Hill, Sunday, Nov. 11; en-US Eddie Wolford, Monday, Nov. 12, en-US and Tuesday, Nov. 13; Reuben en-US Morgan, Wednesday, Nov. 14; en-US and Gary Wright, Thursday, Nov. en-US 15. Weather permitting, live en-US music is at 2986 Ocean Shore en-US Blvd., Ormond-by-the-Sea. en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 265-1977.en-US Limoncello North:en-US Mark en-US Venneri will perform from 6-9 en-US p.m. each Wednesday at 1185 en-US W. Granada Blvd., No. 5, Ormond en-US Beach. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 492-7887.en-US Louie's Pizza House: en-US Karaoke 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 en-US LuLu's Oceanside Grill:en-US Live en-US entertainment 9 p.m. to en-US midnight Friday and Saturday at en-US 30 S. Atlantic Ave., Ormond en-US Beach. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 673-2641 or visit en-US en-US en-US Mr. Dunderbaks: en-USSponsors a en-US monthly beer tasting. Cost is en-US $12 per person. Seating is en-US limited to the first 70 prepaid en-US reservations. If interested, call en-US (386) 258-1600 to reserve a en-US spot at 1700 W. International en-US Speedway.en-US en-US Mulligans Family Sports Grille:en-US en-US Rockstar karaoke by Bob en-US Heartland is at 9 p.m. Friday, en-US Saturday and Sunday; Live Team en-US Trivia is 6:15-8:15 p.m., Monday; en-GBTheen-GB en-GBCluben-GB en-GBScene 386-423-2336 1044 N. Dixie Freeway, New Smyrna Mon-Sat 7am-7pm, Sun 7am-6pm 386-872-4344 120 S. 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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-USSeeen-US en-US SCENE,en-US page B3


Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill B-3 Open to 7PM usblinds.netServing Volusia and Flagler Counties for over 34 years New Smyrna Beach 428-7766 1706 SR44 Palm Coast 445-77661070 Palm Coast Pkwy.South Daytona 788-7766 1725 S. Nova Rd. Ormond Beach 676-2628 1104 W. Granada Blvd. Customer-Focused, Performance-Driven Since 1984 CUSTOM MADE BLINDS, DRAPERIES & CORNICE BOARDS 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S Catering Cooking Wine Tasting Private Parties123 West Granada Blvd. Ormond Beach 386.615.4888 www.FrappesItalianGrille.comLearn to cook the food you love to eatOur hands on cooking classes are fun & informative including recipes & take home goods Saturday, November 17, 2018 10am-1pm $90 per studentBuon CiboCherrystone Clams Casino, Braised Boneless Beef Short Ribs, Vegetable Ragu, Local Cauliflower Polonaise, Freds Adult Beverage Limited space...please reserve early. For more ino 386.615.4888Book Your Holiday Parties with Us 386-265-1977 2986 Ocean Shore Boulevard Ormond by the Sea, Fl 32176 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S HOLIDAY GIFT CARDS AVAILABLEOcean View Live Music Nightly Outdoor Deck Pet Friendly Full Bar SATURDAY & SUNDAY 8AM Dining & Entertainment en-USWinds, will be at 7:30 p.m. at en-US Lee Chapel in Elizabeth Hall, 421 en-US N. Woodland Blvd., DeLand. The en-US Southern Winds, a symphonic en-US band made up of Stetson faculty, en-US former students, band directors en-US and other professional musien-US -en-US cians, will open the 29th annual en-US FBA Hall of Fame Weekend. en-US Admission is free en-USFor more en-US information, call (386) 822-en-US 8950.en-USSunday, Nov. 11en-USConcert: en-US Florida Bandmasen-US -en-US ters Association Hall of Fame en-US Concert with the Stetson en-US University Symphonic Band will en-US be at 4 p.m. at Lee Chapel in en-US Elizabeth Hall, 421 N. Woodland en-US Blvd., DeLand. Admission is free. en-US For more information, call (386) en-US -822-8950.en-USTuesday, Nov. 13en-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 en-US WISE: en-US The Changing Face of en-US School Safety will be discussed en-US from 2 to 3:30 p.m. at Daytona en-US State Colleges Advanced en-US Technology College, 1770 en-US Technology Blvd., Daytona en-US Beach. Louie Mercer, director of en-US Campus Safety for Daytona State en-US College will lead the discussion.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 year. en-US For more information, visit en-US, en-US or en-US contact Suzette Cameron at en-US (386) 506-4506 oren-US Suzette.en-US en-USWednesday, Nov. 14en-USFilm Discussion Series: en-US Eddie Uzzle will perform oldies at en-US 5:30 p.m. Tuesday; Karaoke with en-US Rock Star Bob is at 9 p.m. en-US Thursday at 3830 S. Nova, Port en-US Orange. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 788-3268.en-US en-US Ocean Deck: en-USMorning 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 en-US Ohana Luau Dinner Show:en-US This en-US dinner show spectacular and en-US family-style feast will be en-US Thursday, Friday and Saturday. en-US The show has a 6:30 p.m. en-US seating, dinner at 7:15 p.m. and en-US show at 7:30 p.m., at the en-US Hawaiian Inn, 2301 S. Atlantic en-US Ave., Daytona Beach Shores.en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 255-5411, Ext. 186, or visit en-US en-US Ormond Brewing Co.: en-USCraft en-US beer tastings are 4 to 11 p.m. en-US Thursday and Friday, noon to 11 en-US p.m. Saturday and noon to 8 en-US p.m. Sunday. Live music and en-US food are featured Friday en-US evenings at 301 Division Ave., en-US Unit 15, Ormond Beach. en-USFor en-US more information call (386) en-US 256-3904.en-US The Smokehouse Saloon: en-US Rockin Blues Jam is from 2-6 en-US p.m. Sunday. Chance and the en-US Blues Daddies perform at 144 S. en-US Ridgewood Ave., Holly Hill. en-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-USan effort to uncover the conen-US-en-US spiracy. en-USMr. Sorkin got the idea for en-US the play from a phone converen-US -en-US sation with his sister Deborah, en-US who had graduated from Bosen-US -en-US ton University Law School and en-US was serving a three-year stint en-US with the Navy Judge Advocate en-US Generals Corps. She was en-US going to Guantanamo Bay en-US Naval Base to defend a group en-US of Marines who had come en-US close to killing a fellow Marine en-US in a hazing ordered by a supeen-US -en-US rior officer.en-US Mr. Sorkin took that inforen-US -en-US mation and wrote much of his en-US story on cocktail napkins en-US while bartending at the Palace en-US Theatre on Broadway. The en-US show premiered on Broadway en-US in 1989 and the film version, en-US starring Tom Cruise and Jack en-US Nicholson, was release in en-US 1992.en-US Tickets are $17. en-USFor more en-US information, call (386) 295-en-US 5699 or visiten-US focus on positivity and the light en-US at the end of the tunnel.en-USAQUARIUS Jan 21/Feb 18en-USA busy week is ahead and you will en-US need to put your head down and get en-US to work, Aquarius. Rest, exercise en-US and time spent with the ones you en-US love can make it all worthwhile.en-USPISCES Feb 19/Mar 20en-USPisces, theres a lot of work to do at en-US home, but right now you may not be en-US in the right frame of mind to start. en-US Wait to start until youre ready.en-USScopesen-USFrom page B1en-USTruthen-USFrom page B1en-USSceneen-USFrom page B2en-USOuten-USFrom page B1 en-USSeeen-US en-US OUT,en-US page B4


B-4 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USDaytona Boppersen-USDaytona Beach Boppers en-US dance from 7:30 to 10 p.m. en-US Wednesdays at the Moose en-US Lodge, 601 W. Granada Blvd., en-US Ormond Beach. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 441-3981 or visiten-US Daytoen-US -en-US and Laceen-USThe Granada Squares en-US Denim and Lace Dance Club en-US is from 6 to 9 p.m. each Tuesen-US -en-US day at 351 Andrews St., en-US Ormond Beach. en-US For information, call (386) en-US 671-6223 or visiten-US granaen-US -en-US Dancingen-USDaytona Beach Cultural & en-US Leisure Services offers a line en-US dancing class for adults and en-US youth from 6:45 to 7:45 p.m. en-US each Monday at the Dickerson en-US Center, 308 S. Dr. Martin en-US Luther King Jr. Blvd.en-US The cost is $2. en-USFor more en-US information, call (386) 671-en-US 5820 or visiten-US Cluben-USA dinner dance with live en-US music will be at 1 p.m. Sunday, en-US Nov. 11, at the Polish Amerien-US -en-US can Pulaski Club, 3621 W. en-US International Speedway Blvd., en-US Daytona Beach. en-US The cost is $12 for dance en-US only and $20 for dinner and en-US dance. Reservations are en-US required for dinner by noon en-US Friday, Nov. 9. en-US For a reservaen-US-en-US tion, call (386) 258-7059. en-US For more information, visiten-US en-US polishamericanpulaskicluben-US -en-US Centeren-USDaytona Beach Cultural & en-US Leisure Services offers dancen-US-en-US ing and dance classes at the en-US Schnebly Recreation Center, en-US 1101 N. Atlantic Ave.en-US Hula classes meet from en-US noon to 3 p.m. each Tuesday. The cost is $1. en-USDancercise meets from 8:30 en-US a.m. to 9:30 a.m. each Friday. en-US The cost is free.en-US Senior Ballroom Dancing is en-US from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. each en-US Friday. en-US For more information or to en-US register for a class, visit en-UScodb.en-US us/activities en-US or call (386) 671-en-US 3560.en-USSenior Centeren-USThe Council on Aging at the en-US Ormond Beach Senior Center, en-US 351 Andrews St., offers ballen-US -en-US room dancing from 2 to 4 p.m. en-US each Wednesday. The five-en-US piece swing band The Blue en-US Notes plays.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 672-4146.en-USSica Hallen-USTuesday dances will be Nov. en-US 13, 20 and 27 at Sica Hall, feaen-US -en-US ture the Frankie K. Trio with en-US vocalist Niall Donoghue, from en-US 2-4 p.m. at 1065 Daytona Ave., en-US Holly Hill. Admission is $5 en-US and includes refreshments.en-US en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 236-2997.en-USWomen of the Mooseen-USThe Women of the Moose en-US sponsors a singles and couples en-US dance at the Moose Lodge, 601 en-US W. Granada Blvd., Ormond en-US Beach on Saturdays from 7-10 en-US p.m. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 255-2207. Saturday and Sunday Pancake Specials November 9 and November 10 Baklava Italian Cannolis Bananas Foster Boston Cream Pumpkin Pie Lemon BlueberryFlapjack 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 Thank You To All Veterans! All Veterans receive 15% OFF on Sunday, November 11 Order Your Pies for Thanksgiving Call or Stop in to Order Royal Coach Tours & Cruises, Inc. FL Lic #24522NOV. 15 or 16 MYSTERY DAY TRIP Lunch & 2 Activities -$88 NOV. 17 BACKROADS of POLK CO. Lavender & Lace Tearoom-$73 NOV. 22 THANKSGIVING Barbara Lee Paddlewheel St. Johns River-$90NOV. 28 HELLO DOLLY starring Betty Buckley Dr. Phillips Orlando -$148DEC. 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. 11 ICE! & Cirque Show at Gaylord Palms & Dinner-82DEC. 15 Its A Wonderfull Life The Musical & Dixie Crossroads -$86 JAN. 20-27 OASIS OF SEAS West Carib, Bus to Port Canaveral FEB. 18-23 Royal Caribbean to Key West, Cozumel & Bus to TampaCall 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 111 W. 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Ridgewood Ave. Suite 22 4894 Front St. | Ponce Inlet near the lighthouse | Sea Spirit & Manatee Cruise Boarding Here!ENTERTAINMENT11/9 Fri Donnie Bostic 6pm-9pm 11/10 Sat Lounge Lizard 1pm-5pm Sam Collins 6pm-9pm 11/11 Sun Donnie Bostic 1pm-5pm 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 Dances en-USDining & Entertainmenten-USSoutheast Museum of Photograen-US -en-US phy Film Discussion Series, en-US Strikingly Original, presents en-US Only Lovers Left Alive at 1200 en-US W. International Speedway Blvd., en-US Daytona Beach, 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-USOuten-USFrom page B3 en-USSeeen-US OUTen-US ,en-US page B7


Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill B-5en-USWen-UShat is veterans food? en-US Aen-US nything they want, en-US because theyve en-US earned it. en-US First check all local restauen-US -en-US rants, because many offer en-US discounts to veterans. On en-US Veterans Day, some operaen-US -en-US tions offer free meals to en-US veterans from special menus en-US created to honor them. I love en-US my industry. en-US Now what do veterans eat en-US when they come home after en-US serving our country in a en-US foreign land? It seems they go en-US back to their roots and family. en-US Food they were raised on and en-US remember dearly. Wonderful en-US memories created by their en-US moms like fried chicken, or en-US meatloaf and mashed potaen-US -en-US toes. Almost every family has en-US a favorite meal that was made en-US at home. en-US There are lots of froofroo en-US foods out there you know en-US what I mean; red, white and en-US blue cookies or gelatin molds. en-US Lets feed our veterans the real en-US stuff. A special meal theyll en-US really love. Something they en-US deserve, something from their en-US childhood. Maybe a special en-US food that created a memory. en-US You need to make it special.en-US For some vets, the taste of en-US home is food they could not en-US get for a long time, only eating en-US military MRE or Meals Ready en-US to Eat. It could be a great steak en-US and potatoes. In Florida fresh en-US seafood is always a winner. en-US I just returned from a trip to en-US New Orleans and guess what I en-US found there besides great food en-US the National WWII Museen-US -en-US um. If you want to know what en-US our veterans have given to this en-US great country, spend a day at en-US that museum. It will remind en-US you of the great sacrifices our en-US veterans made. It will fill you en-US with the spirit of what en-US veterans gave to this great en-US country then and now in all en-US the conflicts since then, en-US strengthening whatever our en-US country faces in the future.en-US My father came from en-US Greece as a young boy of 16 en-US and traveled to Australia en-US where he joined the Australian en-US Mounted Infantry to fight in en-US WWI. After the war ended, he en-US immigrated to the United en-US States. When WWII broke en-US out, he tried to enlist in the en-US U.S. Army, but was told he was en-US too old. en-US I could always see the spirit en-US in his eyes as he read the en-US paper everyday about world en-US events, and he would always en-US say how lucky we were to live en-US in this country and how en-US precious freedom was, but en-US that it came at a price. A price en-US our veterans payed to give us en-US this great life we have here.en-US Please honor our veterans en-US honor them in your own en-US special way. And when it en-US comes to food, make it the en-US best that it can be My Dads en-US favorite meal was lamb en-US here is his recipe.en-USRoasted Leg Of lamben-USIngredientsen-US 1 5-6 pound bone-in leg of en-US lamb (USen-US DA Choice -not en-US imported)en-US cup olive oilen-US 5 cloves of garlic sliced en-US lengthwiseen-US 1/3 cup balsamic vinegaren-US cup fresh squeezed lemon en-US juiceen-US 1 teaspoon salten-US 1 teaspoon black pepperen-US 2 tablespoons leaf oreganoen-US 1 tablespoon fresh rosemary en-US choppeden-US 2 cups celery choppeden-US 2 cups carren-US ots chopped en-US 2 cups red onions choppeden-US Directionsen-US In a small bowl mix olive en-US oil, lemon juice, oregano, roseen-US-en-US mary, balsamic vinegar, salt en-US and pepper together.en-US Make 9-10 small slices all en-US over the lamb. Insert the garlic en-US into the slices and rub the en-US entire lamb with the seasoning en-US mix. Layer a roasting pan with en-US carrots, celery, and onions and en-US place leg of lamb on top with en-US the fat side up. Add 1 cup en-US water and 1/2 cup red wine to en-US the pan. Roast at 350 degrees en-US for approximately 1 hours or en-US until a meat thermometer en-US reads 135 degrees internal en-UStemperature. Let rest for 30 en-US minutes and slice thin.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 oren-US magoulc@en-US en-USCHEF COSTA'S en-US COOKING en-US CORNERen-USCOSTA MAGOULAS en-USHonor our veterans with food PICKUP DELIVERY INSTALLATION DESIGN 1059 S. 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B-6 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USLearn animationen-USThe Ormond Beach Regionen-US-en-US al Library, 30 S. Beach St., will en-US present a program on animaen-US -en-US tion techniques at 3:15 p.m. en-US Thursdays, Nov. 8, 15 and 29.en-US Children in grades 3-5 can en-US learn how cartoon characters en-US move and make their own en-US frame-by-frame animation en-US using the Stykz computer proen-US-en-US gram.en-US Seating is limited, and regisen-US -en-US tration is required by calling en-US (386) 676-4191, option 5, or en-US visiting en-US volusialibrary.orgen-US and en-US clicking on the calendar tab.en-US Lunch 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 en-US reservation, call (386) 255-en-US 0285. en-USFlorida Artists Group en-US opening exhibiten-US en-US The Florida Artists Group en-US will bring the work of 20 en-US members, all professional arten-US -en-US ists, to an exhibit opening at en-US the Ormond Memorial Art en-US Museum Friday, Nov. 9, at 78 en-US E. Granada Blvd., Ormond en-US Beach.en-US The Influenced by Sound en-US exhibition will feature 38 piecen-US -en-US es inspired by a specific sound, en-US according to Kristin Heron, en-US curator of education, outreach en-US and exhibitions. en-US A public reception will be en-US from 6 to 8 p.m.en-US As an interactive compoen-US-en-US nent, visitors can view the en-US work and try to imagine what en-US kind of sound might have en-US influenced the artist, Ms. en-US Heron said. They range from a en-US drummer and antelope bell to en-US a blue tsunami.en-US The work selected for the en-US show includes traditional arten-US -en-US ists, five sculptors and a phoen-US -en-US tographer.en-US The exhibit will be on disen-US -en-US play through Jan. 13, except en-US for holiday closings. A $2 volen-US -en-US untary donation is requested.en-US The museum is open from en-US 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily and en-US noon to 4 p.m. weekends. en-USOrmond Memorialen-USOrmond Memorial Art en-US Museum will host several en-US classes at at 78 E. Granada en-US Blvd., Ormond Beach. en-US Art Licensing: What it is en-US and how to make money with en-US it with BJ Lantz will meet from en-US 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. en-US 10. The cost is $65 for memen-US -en-US bers anden-US $72 for non memen-US -en-US bers.en-US Raw: A Guided Meditation en-US with Alexandrea will meet en-US 6:30 to 8 p.m. Raw crystals and en-US minerals will be provided for en-US use and to take home. The cost en-US is $33 for members and $36 en-US for 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 en-US for members and $83 for non en-US members.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 particien-US -en-US pant will receive a workbook. en-US Water will be provided. Bring en-US a lunch or snack for the six-en-US hour workshop. The cost is en-US $110 for members and $112 en-US for non members. Deadline to en-US register is Nov. 12. en-US Alcohol Ink Jewelry with en-US Kristin Heron will be from en-US 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. en-US 20. All supplies provided. en-US Open to participants 16 and en-US older.en-US For more information or to en-USregister, call (386) 676-3347.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. en-US Participants must be 21 or en-US older. en-US For more information or a en-US reservation, call (386) 255-en-US 0285.en-USThe Shuttle on exhibiten-USSoutheast Museum of Phoen-US -en-US tography will host The Shuten-US -en-US tle from Nov. 12 to Feb. 2 at en-US 1200 W. International Speeden-US -en-US way Blvd., Daytona Beach.en-US The Shuttle is a photoen-US-en-US graphic exhibition of the en-US NASA program during the en-US early to late 1980s. Photoen-US -en-US graphs of shuttles, interior and en-US exterior, accompanied by en-US launch sites and the colorful en-US remnants of burnt rocket fuel.en-US Photographers include John en-US Chakeres, Roland Miller and en-US Michael Soluri.en-USBag Lady Luncheonen-USThe Daytona Beach Symen-US-en-US phony Guild will host a Bag en-US Lady Luncheon, featuring en-US gently used vintage and new en-US handbags, at 10 a.m. Tuesday, en-US Nov.13, at Oceanside Country en-US Club, 75 N. Halifax Drive, en-US Ormond Beach.en-US Lunch and auction cost $45.en-US For more information or en-US tickets, call (386) 253-2901 or en-US visit abstract en-USThe Rose Room Gallery of en-US the Peabody Auditorium will en-US feature Abstract meets Westen-US-en-US ern by Tom Anastasio and Jan en-US Jackson from Nov. 13 to Jan. 4, en-US at 600 Auditorium Blvd., Dayen-US-en-US tona Beach. en-US An art reception will be en-US from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Nov. 20. en-US Gallery hours are 10:30 to 4 en-US p.m. Monday to Friday. en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 671-3460.en-USYouth at classesen-USOrmond Memorial Art en-US Museum will host classes for en-US youth at 78 E. Granada Blvd., en-US Ormond Beach. en-US Make a Wooden Flower en-US Braiding Loom with Colleen en-US Flannery will meet 2:30 to 4 en-US p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14.en-US String Art Nail Board with en-US Colleen Flannery will meet en-US from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Wednesen-US -en-US day, Nov. 28.en-US All supplies provided; open en-US to ages 6-12. The cost is $18 en-US for members and $20 for en-US non-members.en-US For more information or to en-US register, call (386) 676-3347.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 Arten-US-en-US ist Travis Tritts concert at Peaen-US -en-US body Auditorium. The en-US pre-concert will feature The en-US Voice performer Kaleb Lee en-US from 5:30-7:15 p.m. at the en-US 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 en-US valet parking. en-US For more information, visit en-US and quilting en-US at Schnebly Centeren-USDaytona Beach Cultural & en-US Leisure Services Department en-US is offering new programs at en-US the Peggy Schnebly Recreation en-US Center at 1101 N. Atlantic en-US Ave.en-US A free writers group meets en-US from 10 a.m. to noon Wednesen-US -en-US days. Class members discuss en-US and critique each others work.en-US The Fantastic Quilters meet en-US from 9:15 to 11:30 a.m. Thursen-US -en-US days. This is a self-paced proen-US -en-US gram that encourages creativien-US en-USty and cultural expression, en-US including sewing, weaving and en-US crocheting. 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Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill B-7en-USBible Conference Set en-US Nen-US ov. 9-11 at Riverbenden-USHoly Spirit Empowerment en-US is the theme of the Riverbend en-US Bible Conference planned en-US Nov. 9-11 at Riverbend Comen-US-en-US munity Church, 2080 W. en-US Granada Blvd., Ormond en-US Beach.en-US Dr. Bruce Ware, professor of en-US Christian Theology at Southen-US -en-US ern Baptist Theological Semien-US -en-US nary in Louisville, Ky., will be en-US the featured speaker.en-US The $15 fee for the conferen-US -en-US ence covers all food, as well as en-US a book written by Dr. Ware, en-US printed materials to be handed en-US out during the sessions and en-US childcare for children four-en-US and-under. en-US Tickets are available at the en-US church office Monday-Thursen-US-en-US day or after regular worship en-US services on Sundays and en-US Wednesdays.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 672-1821 or visit en-USRiveren-US -en-US frolic at churchen-USSeabreeze United Church of en-US Christ will host a fall frolic en-US dance in its social hall at 7 p.m. en-US Saturday, Nov. 10, at 501 S. en-US Wild Olive Ave., Daytona en-US Beach.en-US Music will be provided by en-US Tennyson, DJ and vocalist. en-US The cost is $10 per person en-US or $15 per couple. Refreshen-US -en-US ments will be served. en-US For ticken-US -en-US ets or more information, call en-US (386) 252-6314 or (386) 872-en-US 0110.en-USTurkey dinner en-USUnion Congregational en-US Church will host its annual en-US Turkey Dinner from 11:30 to 1 en-US p.m Saturday, Nov. 10, at 1050 en-US Daytona Ave., Holly Hill. en-US Complete turkey dinner en-US with beverage and dessert will en-US be $12. Take-out service will en-US be available.en-US For more information or en-US tickets, call (386) 872-7261.en-US en-USArts and Crafts Showen-USSt. Brendan Catholic en-US Church will host an arts and en-US crafts Show from 9 a.m. to 5 en-US p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10 and 8 en-US a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11, en-US at 1000 Ocean Shore Blvd. en-US 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 en-US be offering a retreat experien-US-en-US ence on the Healing Power of en-US the Eucharist at 7 p.m. Monen-US-en-US day, Nov. 12 to Wednesday, en-US Nov. 14, at 600 S. Nova Road, en-US Ormond 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-USMilitary personnel will be en-US honored at Lifetree Cafe at en-US 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 11, at en-US 142 Fairview Ave., Daytona en-US Beach.en-US The program, Saluting en-US Those Who Serve, features a en-US screening of the award-winen-US -en-US ning short film Memories of en-US the Tuskegee Airmen.en-US During November, Lifetree en-US Cafe Daytona Beach will en-US accept donations for the Travis en-US Mills Foundation. Staff Sgt. en-US Travis Mills (ret.) is a quadruen-US-en-US ple amputee injured in en-US Afghanistan while serving en-US with the 82nd Airborne. en-US Lifetree Cafe is a place en-US where people gather for conen-US-en-US versation about life and faith en-US in a casual, comfortable seten-US -en-US ting. The program is free. en-US Refreshments are served and en-US childcare is available.en-US For more information, call en-US (386) 451-5223.en-USGriefshare programen-USFirst United Methodist en-US Church is hosting GriefShare, en-US a 13-week seminar and supen-US en-USport group for people grieving en-US the death of a loved one. en-US Classes meet from 6 to 8 en-US p.m. each Monday Rooms 1 en-US and 2 at 336 S. Halifax Drive, en-US Ormond Beach. There is a en-US charge of $15 for the worken-US -en-US book.en-US Participants may join the en-US class at any time.en-US For questions en-US or to register, visit en-US griefshare.en-US com en-US or call (386) 677-3581.en-USMOPS en-US at Central Baptisten-USMothers of Preschoolers will en-US meet from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. en-US the second and fourth Monen-US -en-US days of each month at Central en-US Baptist Church, 142 Fairview en-US Ave., Daytona Beach. en-US All moms and children welen-US -en-US come to the free meeting. en-US For en-US more information, call (386) en-US 295-7903.en-USBible study en-US at Rise Above Iten-USA Transformation Bible en-US study on Acts 10:38 is at 7 p.m. en-US Wednesdays at Rise Above It en-US Family Church, 1531 Center en-US Ave., Holly Hill.en-US Senior Pastor Dr. Warren en-US Jackson leads the Bible study. en-US Worship services are at 9 a.m. en-US and 11 a.m. Sundays. en-USBereavement group en-USUnited Presbyterian Church en-US hosts a monthly bereavement en-US group led by Kindred Hospice en-US on the fourth Friday of each en-US month at 11:30 a.m. in the en-US Disciples Room, 730 Beville en-US Road, Daytona Beach. en-US For more information, call en-US Kathy Seibert of Kindred Hosen-US-en-US pice at (386) 274-1004.en-USInterfaith Thanksgivingen-USOur Lady of Lourdes will en-US host an interfaith Thanksgiven-US -en-US ing service at 6 p.m. Monday, en-US Nov. 19, at 1014 N. 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B-8 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill en-USmas 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 Mr. Davis, a Grammy Award en-US winner, 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 his Fresh Aire series. Tickets en-US start at $45. en-US For more informaen-US-en-US tion, visiten-US peabodyauditiorium.en-US org,en-US 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. Saturday, Nov. 17, at 600 en-US Auditorium Blvd., Daytona en-US Beach. en-US Tickets start at $39 at en-US en-US or en-US 800-982-ARTS.en-US Concert: en-US Classical Gems en-US featuring the Daytona Solisti en-US Chamber Orchestra with guest en-US artist violist Angelo Goderre will en-US perform at 3:30 p.m. Nov. 18 at en-US First Presbyterian Church of en-US Daytona Beach, 620 S. Granden-US -en-US view Ave.en-US The program will include en-US Wolfgang Amadeus Mozarts en-US Divertimento No. 7 in D Major, en-US KV 205; Carl Friedrich Zelters en-US Concerto for Viola in E-flat major, en-US featuring Goderre; and Franz en-US Schuberts Symphony No. 5 in en-US B-flat Major, D. 485.en-US en-US Riverfest Seafood Festival: en-USThe en-US 10th festival is from 10 a.m.-6 en-US p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17, and 10 en-US a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18, at en-US Rockefeller Gardens and en-US Fortunato Park in Ormond en-US Beach. Free admission and free en-US parking.en-US For more information, email en-US Julia Truilo aten-US julia@ormondmainen-US-en-US or Becky Parker at en-US en-US or call (386) 492-2938.en-US en-US Victorian Tea: en-USLilian Place en-US Heritage Center will host a en-US Victorian Tea at 2 p.m. Nov. 20 en-US at 1000 S. Peninsula Drive, en-US Daytona Beach. There will be en-US food, scones, pastries, and teas en-US includes a walkthrough tour of en-US the Lilian Place 1884 Museum. en-US The cost is $20. en-USFor a reservaen-US-en-US tion, call (386) 256-4810.en-USOngoing Eventsen-USen-US American Legion Post 120:en-US The en-US post offers bar bingo at 6:30 en-US p.m. Monday with burgers and en-US fries. Tuesday is taco night. The en-US first and third Wednesdays en-US feature chicken wings and en-US barbecue ribs, and Fridays are en-US dinner, dancing and karaoke. en-US Dannys famous fish fry is on the en-US second Friday at 461 Walker St., en-US Holly Hill. en-USFor more information en-US and dinner times, call the post at en-US (386) 258-5275.en-US en-US American Legion Post No. 267: en-US Bingo is at 6:30 p.m. Wednesen-US -en-US days at 156 New Britain, en-US Ormond Beach. Free bingo card en-US for a food donation. Jammin at en-US the Legion is 6:30 p.m. each en-US Tuesday. Lunch is served from en-US 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Regular menu en-US and daily specials are available. en-US The post is a non-smoking en-US facility. en-US For more information, en-US call (386) 672-7678.en-US en-US The Casements:en-US The former en-US winter home of John D. Rockefelen-US -en-US ler is owned by the City of en-US Ormond Beach and serves as a en-US civic and cultural center. The en-US home is open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. en-US Monday through Friday and 9:30 en-US to 10:30 a.m. Saturday. The en-US historic property is at 25 en-US Riverside Drive, Ormond Beach. en-US Large group tours are by en-US appointment only. en-US For more en-US information, call (386) 676-3216 en-US or visit en-US CUSTOM PRODUCTS AT RETAIL PRICESFree in home estimates and years of experience to help you nd the perfect window treatments TEXTILE VALUESDraperies & Blinds386.274.3269 | 1649 Mason Avenue | Daytona Beach | Mon~Fri 10am-5pm Answers Located in the Classied Section LaRoche 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 School News en-USFUTURES picks en-US 40 juniors en-US for leadership programen-USFUTURES Foundation for en-US Volusia County Schools has en-US selected 40 high school juniors en-US to participate in the 31st class en-US of the Tomorrows Leaders en-US Program. en-US The students, representing en-US all 10 area public high schools, en-US recently attended an orientaen-US -en-US tion session and during the en-US next five months will particien-US -en-US pate in five day-long seminars en-US coordinated by community en-US leaders. The seminars are en-US designed to familiarize the en-US students with different aspects en-US and services in Volusia County en-US and to develop leadership en-US skills.en-US Included in the program en-US will be lectures, discussions en-US and tours of various businessen-US -en-US es and governmental facilities.en-US The students are: en-US Atlantic High School: en-US Michaela Broxton, Grant Foxen-US -en-US man, Hank Jordan and Annaen-US-en-US bella Schermeren-US DeLand High School: en-US Dominic Addonizio, Ariana en-US Camacho, Cayman Forbes, en-US Jacob Gutierrez and Alexa en-US Traceyen-US Deltona High School: en-US Maria Aldaba, Julian Delgado, en-US Kaliyah Graham and Sahillyen-US -en-US ann Velez Kercadoen-US Mainland High School: en-US Taylor Culver, Kai Lucas, en-US Mike-Ifeoluwa Olalemi and en-US Emily Shawen-US New Smyrna Beach High en-US School: Jensen Anderson, Jilen-US -en-US lian Malphurs, Emily Musen-US -en-US grove and Samantha Sydeskien-US Pine Ridge High School: en-US Paola Delacerda, Sean McNeil, en-US Andrew OConnor and Joanne en-US Romarateen-US Seabreeze High School: en-US Madisen Domayer, Vivianna en-US Feigenbaum, Andrew Lagroten-US-en-US ta, Catherine Marinaccio and en-US Bailey McQuarrieen-US Spruce Creek High School: en-US Ramsha Ahmed, Amelia Bonen-US -en-US jour, Emma Dominguez and en-US Adam LeBlancen-US Taylor Middle-High en-US School: Janileet Santiago-Riveen-US-en-US ra and Sandra Gutierrez-Heren-US -en-US nandezen-US University High School: en-US Julia Duncan, Coral Estes, Eric en-US Hartless and Sarah ONeillen-USERAU ranked en-US for military students en-US and veteransen en-US Embry-Riddle Aeronautical en-US University has been named en-US among Military Times Best for en-US Vets: Colleges 2019 rankings en-US for providing quality educaen-US -en-US tional services to student veten-US-en-US erans and students connected en-US to the military.en-US Out of about 500 colleges en-US who took part in this years en-US survey, 208 made the final list en-US across the four categories of en-US four-year, two-year, online/en-US nontraditional, and career and en-US technical colleges.en-US Embry-Riddle Worldwide en-US was identified as No. 6 in the en-US United States in the Online/en-US Nontraditionalcategory. In the en-US Four-Year Schools category, en-US Embry-Riddles residential en-US campuses in Daytona Beach en-US and Prescott, Arizonawere en-US also named Best for Vets.en-US All Embry-Riddles campusen-US-en-US es were recently ranked among en-US the top 10 Best for Veterans for en-US the sixth year in a row by U.S. en-US News & World Report.en-US To view the full rankings by en-US Military Times, go to Best for en-US Vets: Colleges 2019.en-USERAU business school en-US will get nameen-USEmbry-Riddle Aeronautical en-US University plans to rename its en-US College of Business to honor en-US the family of David OMalley, en-US a trustee, philanthropist and en-US former insurance industry en-US executive.en-US With a gift from David and en-US Karen OMaley, ERAU expects en-US to elevate its College of Busien-US -en-US ness to even greater heights, en-US said University President P. en-USBarry Butler.en-US The soon-to-be-named en-US David OMaley College of en-US Business, established in 2003 en-US and with a history dating to en-US 1966, offers a variety of acaen-US -en-US demic degree programs, from en-US the bachelors to the Ph.D. en-US level. en-USOuten-USFrom page B7 Professional help for nding the best senior living. ASSISTED LIVING MADE SIMPLE LLC 629 N. Dixie Freeway | New Smyrna Beach, FL (386) 847-2322 | assistedlivingmadesimple.comSenior care advisors Estelle Pecchio & Rose TraubSERVING VOLUSIA AND FLAGLER COUNTIESFor the elderly, it happens unexpectedly and all too often: They suer a stroke, break a hip, or suddenly nd themselves unable to continue living alone in their own home. Then, at the worst possible time, the senior or a member of their family must scramble to nd a new, safe place for the loved-one to live. The Internet is the last place they should go,What they need is boots on the ground in the community, someone whos familiar with local assisted living facilities, has visited and evaluated them, and can knowledgeably recommend them to our seniors, just as we would to our own parents. Rose emphasized that Assisted Living Made Simple doesnt take shortcuts with seniors seeking. Before they begin the search, they nd out what their client wants and needs. When we interview the senior family we consider everything, including the emotional, nancial, social, and medical needs. While cost is always a factor in choosing an assisted living facility, Rose pointed out many seniors are unaware of what benets they could qualify for, and the dierent nancial arrangements that could be made. Choosing the right home the rst time is extremely important.




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