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Staff photo by Gretchen Sauerman
West Melbourne City Council member Duke Salburg stands in front of the lake at Rodes Park
on Minton Road. He has started a grass-roots campaign to preserve the green space after
the county opens the new Rodes Park west of the current property.


A quest to save Rodes Park


Council member wants West
Melbourne to preserve park

BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer

WEST MELBOURNE City Council
member Duke Salburg hopes residents will
agree that Max K. Rodes Park should never
be replaced by offices or condos.
Rodes Park, located at 3000 Minton Road,
is a 20-acre facility with pavilions, picnic
tables, ballfields and playgrounds. The park
is maintained and operated by Brevard
County's Parks and Recreation Department.
As part of a countywide referendum to
upgrade park facilities, plans call for the
construction of a new Rodes Park west of
the current property.
The county has. acquired 120 acres of
land, where it plans to build seven baseball
fields, six soccer fields, a football field, con-
cession and meeting space, picnic pavilions


and playgrounds, according to Jeff White-
head, manager of south area parks opera-
tions.
The existing park faces an uncertain
future. Mr. Salburg wants to make sure that
future doesn't include more concrete and
steel.
"My vision is that Max K. Rodes Park will
always be a park for the residents of West
Melbourne to enjoy," said Mr. Salburg. "We
have so little green space left in our town
that we must protect it for our citizens."
Starting this month, he's asking residents
to contribute $1 dollar a month into a spe-
cial fund created for the purchase of green
spaces.
"On the city water bill is a sectiori to circle
if you want to contribute," said Mr. Salburg.
City manager David Reynal praised Mr.
Salburg's initiative. With more than 8,200
water bills mailed each month, the initia-
tive could potentially raise nearly $100,000
per year.
I See RODES, A4


Man guilty



in animal



abuse case

Gregory Hynes sentencing
scheduled for April 13
BY MARK KOOPMANS
Staff writer
Following a two-day trial last month, a former
Melbourne resident has been found guilty of
two counts of felony animal abuse.
Gregory Hynes, 26, was then remanded into
custody.
Currently, an inmate at the Brevard County
Jail, Mr. Hynes awaits the results of a defense
motion asking the judge to grant a new trial.
That hearing, filed by his attorney, Patrick
LePore, is set for March 28.
After a two-man, four-woman jury spent less
than an hour deliberating, Circuit Judge George
Maxwell III announced sentencing would take
place Friday, April 13.
In December 2004, Mr. Hynes was originally
charged with eight counts of felony animal
abuse after reports of a malnourished Rottweil-
er jumping from a second-story window led
Melbourne police to discover seven more dead
or dying animals inside his rented apartment.
As the case went through the justice system,
six of the charges were eventually dropped.
According to the original Melbourne Police
Department report, investigators who went
inside Mr. Hynes' apartment, first found two
birds; one dead, the other barely alive.
A lizard lay deceased in its tank, while a soft
shell turtle was dead on the balcony.
Inside a locked cage with hair falling off its
bloated body, an Australian shepherd was also
discovered lying dead on its side.
Elsewhere, other malnourished animals,
including an albino Boa constrictor and anoth-'
er Australian shepherd found confined to the
kitchen were all confiscated.
Animal control officers brought them to a
shelter for medical treatment.
Police said the only animal with water in a
bowl was the snake.
While bird and dog food was discovered, none
appeared to have recently been distributed in
the animal feces-littered apartment.
Later arrested in a traffic stop, Mr. Hynes was
taken to the Brevard County Jail where his bond
- originally set at $250,000 was reduced to
$8,000.
After the county won a judgment against him,
I See HYNES, A2


Brevard lawmakers attack rising property taxes


Proposals show
different paths
for Floridians
BY G.W. POMICHTER
Staff writer
With 2007 legislative session set
to start next week, Brevard Coun-
ty legislators are lining up to tack-
le another important issue.


This time, lawmakers seek to
solve the growing property tax
burden.
Of Brevard's seven delegates to
the legislature, five have already
introduced bills to reduce proper-
ty taxes throughout the state.
These range from bills increas-
ing the state's homestead exemp-
tion to those limiting the growth
of county government budgets
and even a house resolution to


ask Florida voters to abolish
county and municipal property
taxes.
The most aggressive of these is
HJR 909 by state Rep. Mitch
Needelman, R-Melbourne, who is
asking legislators to give voters a
chance to weigh in on the issue.
"The system really needs to be
re-written," said Rep. Needelman.
"I'm not here to put band aids on
our problems. It's time to get seri-


ous."
The resolution would allow vot-
ers to abolish all county and city
property taxes property statewide
and replace the revenue by
increasing sales taxes to between
9 and 11 percent.
"The exact percentage will
depend on voter appetites and
how far we go toward closing
I See TAXES, A12


Poet offers comfort

to hospice families


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
PALM BAY Poet
JoAnna O'Keefe as been
inspired by both tragic
and joyous occasions,
making her a fitting
speaker for a recent gath-
ering at the William
Childs Hospice House.
"I've learned about the
importance of memories,
of family and friends, of
letting go and of forgiv-
ing," said Mrs. O'Keefe.
Her husband's 40th
birthday motivated her to


write her first poem,
nearly 30'years ago.
She then used poetry to
deal with her father's
death and the death of a
good friend who was
murdered a short time
later.
Those events prompted
the words to "The Shep-
herd's Promise."
Why, God? Why?
Why this precious one?
So caring, so loving -
Why must death come?
0 See POET, A4


Staff photo by Gretchen Sauerman
JoAnna O'Keefe, right, reads some of her poems during a gathering at the William Childs
Hospice House behind the Palm Bay Community Hospital. Betty Hall of Viera, left, and
Gerda Murphy, a bereavement coordinator for Hospice, listen as Mrs. O'Keefe describes
the motivation behind 'The Shepherd's Promise.'


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er met with three friends to
discuss the implications
behind what they called
one of the worst animal
cruelty cases in the coun-
ty's history.
"Using publicly available
information, Pet-
abuse.com reports that
since 2000, at least 13 seri-
ous animal abuse cases
have come in front of Bre-
vard County judges" said
Michele Jenkins of Palm
Bay. "We're trying to make
sure the courts deal with
each one appropriately."
According to a study by
Northeastern University
and the Massachusetts
Society for the Prevention
of Cruelty to Animals, ani-
mal abusers are five times
Ihore likely to commit vio-
lent crimes against people,
and four times more likely
to commit property crimes
than those without a histo-
ry of animal abuse.
"That's one reason why
we took such an interest in
this case," said Fay Bellamy
of Merritt Island, who said
she has been at the Moore
Justice Center every time
Mr. Hynes' name was due
to come up on the docket.
Throughout the many


court appearances before
Mr. Hynes' case was hand-
ed to the jury, his parents
sat on one side while many
other supporters of the
three women filled the
other side of court room
4D.
On one occasion, former
animal control officer
David Isnardi asked, but
did not receive, permission
to address the court.
Mr. Isnardi, who now
works for the clerk of the
courts office, was a first
responder when the origi-
nal loose canine call came
in.
In his written statement,
he said that even after 22
years as a U.S. paratrooper
he had "never seen any-
thing that was so deliber-
ate and evil (done) to God's
helpless creatures."
According to the inci-
dent report submitted by
then-Officer Isnardi, Mr.
Hynes had "indicated that
he used food in an attempt
to punish his animals, and
still wasn't sure when the
last time the animals were
fed."
Early on in the case, Mr.
LePore, the publicly
appointed defender, suc-


cessfully convinced Judge
Maxwell to dismiss the
confession that Mr. Hynes
had given to Officer Isnardi
and another colleague.
The confession was
something Mrs. Brooker,
who works at the Kennedy
Space Center, said she
wished the jury could have
heard from, or about.
"I was very worried
things were not going to go
our way," she said. "For
example, Mr. Hynes could
not be placed at the scene
of the crimes. Without the
confession, there-was just
a lot of circumstantial evi-
dence.
"Thankfully the jury,
who spent only about an
hour in actual court, what
with all the motions to
object and suppress, came
back with the two guilty
verdicts."
Lyn Miraglia of Mel-
bourne said she plans to
be at the April 13 sentenc-
ing.
"We're not a bunch of
animal activists we didn't
even know each other
before this," she said. "But
if we don't speak out for
the helpless ones who
can't, who will?"


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Cardiac reunion bonds patients


Holmes rehab
team coordinates
annual gathering
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE The
group of people laughing
and exchanging hugs in
Holmes Regional Medical
Center's auditorium
looked like one big, happy
family but this was no
ordinary reunion.
All of the guests were
either heart attack sur-
vivors or the spouse of a
heart attack survivor.
The hospital's cardiac
rehabilitation department
has hosted the annual
open house for the past
five years. The event.hon-
ors heart attack survivors
and encourages them to
keep making healthy
lifestyle choices to prevent
a second heart attack.
"It does feel kind of like
a family," said Jennifer
Hawkins, nurse supervi-
sor for the Cardiac Reha-
bilitation Department.
"It's gratifying when you
see people keep coming
back year after year."
Satellite Beach resident
Neil Yowell was attending
his second reunion. He
suffered from a heart
attack nearly two years
ago while riding his bicy-
cle.
"I had no symptoms
before (the heart attack),"
said Mr. Yowell. "I've been
very active all my life. I
don't even remember hav-
ing the heart attack."
Mr. Yowell and his wife
Carol credit a bystander
for saving his life.
"We had a guardian
angel," said Mrs. Yowell.
"There was a nurse, who
was late for work, driving
right behind him. She


stopped, called 9-1-1, and
gave him CPR."
An estimated 1.2 million
Americans suffer heart
attacks each year, accord-
ing to the American Heart
Association's Web site.
Nearly 500,000 will have
subsequent attacks.
To reduce the number
of repeat heart attacks,
Health First's cardiac
rehabilitation department
gets involved while the
patient is still recovering
in the hospital.
"We have three phases
to our program," said Ms.
Hawkins.
The first phase involves
teaching healthy lifestyle
choices and exercise
options before the patient
goes home.
"Phase two is done out-
patient," said Ms.
Hawkins. "The patient
gets lots of education on
risk factor reduction."
The survivor learns how
to use exercise equipment
at the gym, to increase
cardiovascular health and
muscle mass.
"Many of the patients
have never been in the
gym before," said Ms.
Hawkins. "We work to
make it not threatening,
so they can independently
operate the equipment."
The third phase involves
long-term lifestyle
changes. Many patients
are referred to the Health
First ProHealth and Fit-
ness Centers in Mel-
bourne or Palm Bay for
supervised exercise pro-
grams.
Survivors and their
spouses are encouraged to
attend free sessions on
CPR and healthy cooking.
"We take pains to
include the spouse in the
program," said Ms.
Hawkins. "I tell them to
bring whoever does the
cooking ,and shopping tog


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Staff photo by Gretchen Sauerman
Janet Greene and Rachel Smith, registered nurses with
Holmes Regional Medical Center's cardiac rehabilitation
team, put the finishing touches on a giant cake for heart
attack survivors. The cake was made to commemorate the
fifth annual reunion of the hospital's heart attack survivors.


the classes."
Cardiac reunion atten-
dees were treated to
lunch, with healthy.choic-
es provided by Wild Oats,
Tropical Smoothie and
other local eateries.
After lunch, cardiologist
Dr. James Ronaldson
added to the patients'
continuing education
with a discussion of major
risk factors and diagnostic
tools for heart disease.
One of the newest tools
in Dr. Ronaldson's diag-


nostic arsenal is the 64-
slice cardiac CT scan. The
new machine provides the
highest available resolu-
tion of the patient's heart
and coronary arteries.
As he went through four
case studies, Dr. Ronald-
son explained that the
new imaging machine
allows doctors to detect
risk factors before block-
ages are detectable with
traditional methods. He
likened the technology to
I See HEART, A12


WEEK IN

REVIEW
Melbourne approves
Gramling Park upgrades
MELBOURNE The City Council approved more than
$600,000 in capital improvements for the Gramling Park
neighborhood last month.
The neighborhood, located near the intersection of Lip-
scomb Street and University Boulevard, will receive road
and drainage improvements. i
APAC Southeast, a Melbourne company, was the con-
tract winner. The project will include milling and repaving
of streets, replacement curbs, new stormwater drains and
new lining on existing drainage pipes, according to the
city manager Jack Schluckebier's Feb. 14 report.
Financing for the project will come from an existing
Gramling Park improvement fund and transfers from sev-
eral of the city's construction, transportation and youth
center funds.
Best Buy robbery investigation continues
MELBOURNE Police are still investigating an early
morning break-in at a local electronics store last month.
On Feb. 15, Melbourne Police responding to an alarm at
Best Buy, 1900 Evans Road, witnessed three high-end
vehicles backed up to the store's front doors.
Officer Charmaine Lawrence, the first responder to the
scene, witnessed several male subjects loading items into
the trunks of a black Lexus, a white BMW and a Green
Chrysler 300.
The suspects spotted the officer and fled the scene,
driving in different directions. A few minutes later, officers
saw the Lexus and BMW traveling northbound on Inter-
state 95.
While the Lexus was able to elude the police, the BMW
was involved in an accident in the southbound interstate
lanes. By the time police officers reached the accident
scene, the occupants had fled, and the subsequent
perimeter search failed to locate the suspects.
Anyone with information on the burglary is asked to call
Crimeline at (800) 423-TIPS.
Dairy road section closed for another month
WEST MELBOURNE A section of Dairy Road
between U.S. 192 and Hibiscus Boulevard will remain
closed for at least another month, said city manager
David Reynal.
Concrete is being poured into an area where the
roadbed collapsed above a water line, but the pipe was
not damaged. The road cannot be re-opened until the
concrete completely cures, which will take approximately
28 days, said Mr. Reynal.
The cost of the project may reach $80,000, Mr. Reynal
said. It is unknown whether the city of Melbourne or Bre-
vard County will pay a share of the repair costs.
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Later in the poem, Mrs.
O'Keefe provides God's
answer to her questions.

I hear your prayer;
I understand.
One day, you'll know
why.
Trust in me with all your
heart:
I'm with you when you
die.

Among those gathered
beside the fireplace in the
great room of the Hospice
House were families,
patients and hospice work-
ers.
Viera resident Betty Hall
came to the poetry reading
because she was still strug-
gling with the death of her
husband more than a year
ago.
"It's one thing to lose my
mother, but I wasn't pre-
pared for losing my
spouse," said Mrs. Hall. "I
need to venture into some-
thing on my own. Poetry
can help you feel less alone
and more understood."
Mrs. O'Keefe and her
husband, Jack, moved to
Melbourne Beach in 1975,
and many of her earlier
works were created as she
sat under a tiki hut beside
the ocean.
A world traveler with
Healing Ministries of the
Catholic Church, Mrs.
O'Keefe was inspired by
trips to the former
Yugoslavia, Switzerland,
Italy and many locations
within the United States.
She learned the value of
quiet and solitude after
spending 10 days at a silent
retreat in a monastery in
Snowmass, Color.
The peaceful surround-
ings at the Hospice House,
located in an isolated area
behind Health First's Palm
Bay Community Hospital,
were a suitable backdrop as
Mrs. O'Keefe read from
"Come to the Garden."
Mrs. O'Keefe wrote


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"It's a great way to have
the residents participate in
the purchase of open
space," said Mr. Reynal.
The property is valued at
more than $2 million, and
that number is expected to
rise, said Mr. Salburg. At
this time, the county has
not indicated an intention
to sell the property to any-
one, but Mr. Salburg
wants the city to be pre-
pared if a "for sale" sign is
posted.
"My hope is that the
county will run Max Rodes
Park as a park forever,"
said Mr. Salburg. "But if
they decide to sell (it) in
the future, West Mel-
bourne must have that
land to keep as a park."
If the county decides to
sell, Mr. Salburg wants his


city to have the right of
first refusal to purchase
the land.
While the completion of
the new Rodes Park could
be years away, Mr. Salburg
wants the city to start
preparing now. Other
funding sources from
grants or taxes may be
available in the upcoming
years, but he wants resi-
dents to start saving now.
"It is never too early for
the residents of West Mel-
bourne to join their City
Council in this grass-roots
movement," said Mr. Sal-
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"Come to the Garden" dur-
ing a dark period in her life
when she felt emotionally
and spiritually exhausted.
While she wrote, she dis-
covered that the key to her
emotional serenity came
from finding "that quiet
place within, where God
speaks in a whisper and
miracles happen."
Roberta Vandusen, exec-
utive director of Hospice of
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tic about bringing Mrs.
O'Keefe to the Hospice
House after discovering the
poet had trained to be a
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and that she was able to
express those experiences
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ested in how she might
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pice community," said Ms.
Vandusen. "Her poetry is
very spiritually oriented,
which plays a large part in
hospice care."
Mrs. O'Keefe challenged
the audience to become
more involved in reading
and writing poetry.
"Poetry is the language of
feeling. Creativity comes
out of pain and suffering,"
she said.
After Mrs. O'Keefe fin-
ished the last words from "A
Shepherd's Promise," mem-
bers of the audience shared
tears and hugs with her.
"Hearing JoAnna read her
poetry helps me know how
best to use her in the
future," said Ms. Vandusen.
"We look forward to having
her return."
Mrs. O'Keefe's books,
"The Path Less Taken," and
"Come to the Garden" have
sold more than 100,000
copies. For information on
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Department

*.Daniel Alexander Bail-
lie, 38, of 364 McClain
Drive, West Melbourne,
was charged Feb. 17 with
felony driving under the
influence of alcohol and
driving while license sus-
pended.
Adam M. Hopper, 27,
of 342 Seafarer Circle, Indi-
alantic, was charged Feb.
17 with possession of
cocaine.
Mary Jean Birchfield,
25, of 592 Montreal Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 19 with grand theft
and resisting arrest with-
out violence.
Linda Frances Hansen,
49, of 2345 Golf Lake Cir-
cle, Apt. 911, Melbourne,
was charged Feb. 20 with
driving under the influ-
:ence of alcohol, driving
under the influence of
,alcohol with injuries and
two counts of driving
under the influence of
alcohol with property
damage.
+ Glenton Clement
Miller, 23, of 621 Tucker St.,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 20 with possession of
a controlled substance,
possession of cannabis
with intent to sell, posses-
sion of cocaine and pos-
session of cannabis.
Charles Leland Finch,
39, of 2536 Shelby Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 21 with battery-
domestic violence and
non-support.
Israel Torres, 19, of
1641 Bridgewater Drive,
Apt. 54, Melbourne, was
charged Feb. 21 with lewd
and lascivious molestation
upon, or in the presence of
a child less than 16 years
old.,


Zachary Peter Brown,
21, of 1109 Seminole Drive,
Indian Harbor Beach, was
charged Feb. 22 with two
counts of aggravated
assault, possession of
cocaine and retail theft.
Rufus Alonzo Farrie,
45, of 2926 Lawrence
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Feb. 22 with
aggravated assault and
petty theft.
Luke Marcus Lands-
man, 21, of 1107 Seminole
Drive, Indian Harbour
Beach, was charged Feb. 22
with violation of proba-
tion, aggravated assault,
on-site violation of proba-
tion, resisting arrest with-
out violence and driving
while license suspended.

Brevard County
Sheriff's Office

Kristina Lynne Bass,
25, of 1905 Cedarwood
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Feb. 17 with viola-
tion of probation.
Jeffrey Brown, 24, of
1222 Glendale Ave. N.W.,
Palm Bay, was charged Feb.
17 with violation of com-
munity control.
+ Troy J. Brown, 24, of
390 Evergreen St. N.E.,
Palm Bay, was charged Feb.
17 with two counts of vio-
lation of probation and
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
Brian Keith Cunning-
ham, 39, of 1442 Casa
Road, Melbourne, was
charged Feb. 17 with bat-
tery-domestic violence. *
Holly Vanessa Des-,
peaux, 37, of 1252 Sand
Creek Drive, Melbourne,
was charged Feb. 17 with
violation of probation.
+ Scott Elliot Gale, 27, of
340 Seagull Drive, Satellite
Beach, was charged Feb. 17


with battery-domestic vio-
lence.
James E. Foy, 18, of
2556 Haverhill Road, Palm
Bay, was charged Feb. 18
with failure to appear-traf-
fic, failure to appear-mis-
demeanor, driving under
the influence of alcohol,
driving under the influ-
ence of alcohol with prop-
erty damage and having an
accident involving damage
to vehicle or property.
James Christopher
Lewis, 28, of 137 Washing-
ton Ave., Apt. A, Indialan-
tic, was charged Feb. 18
with battery-domestic vio-
lence.
Zerric Twantav Miller,
31, of 2681 Sadler Lane,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 18 with two counts of
violation of probation.
Edward Girard Smith,
48, of 1702 S. Riverview
Drive, Apt. B, Melbourne,
was charged Feb. 18 with
violation of probation.
James Costanzo, 39, of
2605 Highway AIA, Apt.
456, Indialantic, was
charged Feb. 19 with bat-
tery-domestic violence.,
ClaudiaY. Dankins, 41,
of 1482 Port Malabar Blvd.,
Palm Bay, was charged
with felony failure to
appear.
Michelle M. Hurford,
44, of 1498 Cypress Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 19 with possession of
a controlled substance.
MarkW. Jankowicz, 47,
of 220 Grosse Point Ave.,
Indialantic, was charged
Feb. 19 with two counts of
sexual battery.
+ Andrew Lamson, 19, of
2105 Bryan St., Melbourne,
was charged Feb. 19 with
violation of probation.
Thomas Brian McK-
eone, 36, of 7030 S.R. A1A,
Melbourne Beach, was
charged Feb. 19 with bat-


tery-domestic violence.
Robert Sizemore, 50, of
2584 Park Place, Mel-
bourne, was charged Feb.
19 with being an unli-
censed contractor, schem-
ing to defraud and obtain
property and grand theft.
Nicholas James
Zimpfer, 23, of 2035 Mobi-
land Drive, Melbourne,
was charged Feb. 19 with
aggravated battery-
domestic violence.
Rhonda A. Block, 48, of
1509 Glencove Ave., Palm
Bay, was charged Feb. 20
with violation of proba-
tion.
Deandrea L. Grate, 20,
of 2214 Northview St., Apt.'
B, Palm Bay, was charged
Feb. 20 with possession of
cocaine.
Patricia Ann Grate, 40,
of 2214 Northview St., Apt.
B, Palm Bay, was charged
Feb. 20 with violation of
probation.
Thomas James Hiter,
33, of 1585 Alpha Drive,
Melbourne, was, charged
Feb. 20 with violation of
parole.
Donald Robert Hous-
ton, 73, of 1575 Frontier
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Feb. 20 with bat-
tery-domestic violence,
Toshiba Shanee Love,
30, of 205 E. 'University
Blvd., Apt. G, Melbourne,
was charged Feb. 20 with
felony failure to appear.
Alexandra Lee
Quinones, 25, of 3205
Monroe St.,' Melbourne,
was charged Feb. 20 with
violation of probation.
Susan Jeanette Schott,
35, of 825 Crickett Drive
N.E., Apt. 409, Palm Bay,
was charged Feb. 20 with
violation of probation.
Norman Eugene Stit-
ley, 46, of 615 Kingwood
Court, Melbourne, was
charged Feb. 20 with viola-


tion of probation.
Cassie L. Carree, 21, of
220 E. University Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 21 with violation of
probation.
Jackielyn Michelle
English, 37, of 420 S. U.S.
Highway 1, Melbourne,
was charged Feb. 21 with
being a habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-
pended license.
Michelle Diane Sesco,
39, of 1282 Highway A1A,
Satellite Beach, was
charged Feb. 21 with bat-
tery-domestic violence.
Bradlee Harwood
Shattuck, 41, of 350 Ham-
mock Shores Drive, Mel-
bourne Beach, was"
charged Feb. 21 with'
aggravated child abuse.
Clifford Wayne Sutton,
67, of 320 Baytree Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
with three counts of lewd
and lascivious molestation
upon, or in the presence of
a child less than 16 years
old.
Garrett Christopher
Amble, 22, 1585 Alpha
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Feb. 22 with mis-
demeanor failure to
appear 'and violation of
community control.
Sarah C. Conway, 32,
of 101 Harris Blvd., Indi-
alantic, was charged Feb.
22 with trafficking in stolen


property.
Ervin Frasier, 17, of 714
Talmadge Ave., Palm Bay,
was charged Feb. 22 with
robbery-armed with a
deadly weapon.
John Lawson Irving,
52, of 1714 Southland Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 22 with possession of
a firearm or concealed
weapon by a convicted
felon, three counts of pos-
session of cannabis, pos-
session of drug parapher-
nalia, felony possession of
a controlled substance,
felony failure to appear
and possession of cocaine.
John Arthur Kickery,
21, of 4681 Eau Gallie
Blvd., Melbourne, was
charged Feb. 22 with grand
theft auto.
Barry Moorer, 48, of
2710 Forest Run Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 22 with two counts of
violation of probation.
Michael Seiber, 30, of
1630 Wichita Blvd., Palm
Bay, was charged Feb. 22
with burglary, two counts
of grand theft, forgery and
uttering a forged instru-
ment.
Kenneth J. Wright, 52,
of 477 Laurie Street, Mel-
bourne, was charged Feb.
22 with felony failure to
appear, possession of
cocaine and possession of
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Got something to say?

Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at

(321) 242-1276
or e-mail brevnews@hometownnewsol.com.
Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
statements. Statements of fact will be checked for
accuracy.


Reader offers assistance

I live on Croton Road in Melbourne. I just read in your,
Feb. 9 paper about the young man and his 9-year-old
child.
I live alone and I have an extra room in my house. I
have work that could be done in exchange for rent.
All he'd have to worry about is getting himself a van.

Which way are you going?

Automobile manufacturers spent several million dol-
lars developing turn signals, yet more than 50 percent of
Florida drivers never use them, especially in round-
abouts or to change lanes. The only time I ever see a turn
signal on is when an old man is in the left lane, going 25
mph %irth his signal on and no intention of turning.

Take charge of your mailbox

As the spouse of a mail carrier, I am tired of the way
they are perceived, and the way they are treated.
Here are some 'rules that everyone out there should
live by concerning their mail:
Never leave money in your mailbox. Period. You own
and control your mailbox, so if you insist on leaving
money there, know that any passerby could conceivably
peek in and take it. There is no guarantee that the money
will be there for your mail carrier.
If you insist on leaving money in your mailbox, call
the post office and find out the exact amount needed for
what you want, and leave only the exact amount. Your
carrier does not have a bank in the truck, nor a complete
selection of all stamps offered by the U.S. Mail.
If you leave a note for your mail carrier, type it or
print in large bold legible letters. Admit it, even your
spouse and children can't read your penmanship.
Fix your mailbox. Contact your local mail office, and
find out regulations concerning the height require-
ments, as well as distance from the edge of the road
requirements. Adjust your box accordingly. If your box is
tilted, wobbly, the door is either permanently open or
closed, or in other state of disrepair, fix it. You know your
box is in need of a repair job, don't wait until it finally
keels over or falls apart and then blame your mail carri-
er.
* All drivers, especially of trucks and vans, if you hit a,
mailbox own up to it. Mailboxes, in general, are not high
tech, and can be repaired for a nominal fee. If you hit it
backing up, "'fess up and pay up."
* Owners of mailboxes: Don't automatically blame the
mail carrier if your box was hit. There are a lot of trucks,
trash, landscape, etc., as well as SUVs and vans that
could have hit it. If more people followed the suggestion
above, then the poor mail carrier, out delivering the
mail, would not be blamed for other people's "sins."
* Don't call the post office when your mail is late, or
you don't get mail one day. There are literally billions of
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mail, it will be delivered. Have a little patience and be
glad on those days that you don't have junk mail.
Take your name off junk mail, catalogs, etc., that you
don't need. Not only can you save the environment, but
all that unwanted mail is clogging up the mail system.
+ If you are mailing important mail, something that is
valuable or can't be lost, don't leave it in a mailbox. Take
the time to go to the post office and send it certified
and/or insured. Ask a neighbor for a ride, take a cab or
the local bus if you don't have a car. If it is that important,
you need to take responsibility for mailing it correctly.
If you don't like the mail system, get a P.O. box, or use
e-mail. Mail is delivered six days a week. Many of the car-
riers use their own cars. Some carriers can work six dif-
ferent routes in a given week. Carriers do not get paid
hourly. If a route "pays five hours" and it takes them 12
hours to complete it, they get paid for five hours. Carriers
sort the mail, and then deliver it. The mail is not handed
to them in deliverable order. Have some patience and
understanding out there.
You should be thankful that you receive your mail
instead of constantly finding something to complain
about it.

Clinton, Obama better than 'C' student

To the person who put down Sen. Hillary Clinton and
Sen. Barack Obama.
First of all to equate running the White House with
running one's home and marriage is a stupid idea. I don't
know of anyone who can control their partner's sexual
exploits 24 hours a day, besides I couldn't care less about
another person's sexual habits, but how the country was
run. Some of us tend to forget the deviations of Eisen-
hower, Roosevelt and Kennedy.
According to the illogic of the writer, I suppose our
troops' families should not receive compensation for
dying in this ill-conceived war.
The polls are not a reflection of a majority of us against
protecting our country, but an acknowledgement that we
went to war for the wrong reasons with no end in sight
and in so doing have now helped to create more terror-
ists than the world had before. As bad as (Saddam) Hus-
sein was, he served as a stabilizing force in that region
and hated the guy who was responsible for Sept. 11.


It seems to me that all wars were begun by, run by and
fouled up by white males, so how could we do any worse
by two brilliant senators. At least they weren't "C" stu-
dents.

Adults can be bullies, too

I go to the basketball games at the YMCA in Titusville.
The coaches and referees are bullies.
They say humiliating remarks to the players.
If the "Y" wants to stop this, they need to go to all of the
games and video these individuals.
We never hear about adult bullies; it's always child bul-
lies.

Four things to say

1). In response to the person who used to be a Republi-
can: Read your history.
The War of 1812, Madison, Democrat; World War II,
FDR and Truman, both Democrats; Korea started, Tru-
man; and, lastly, Vietnam, JFK and LBJ. Hmmm ...
Democrats.
Did I leave anybody out? Acts of war and world police
actions are not one party.
2. And to all you people who want the northerners out,
where are your ancestors from?
3. I have been behind police cars that don't signal, and
you're perfect every time? Get real.
4. It's time to study. Are there no evil, stupid, black or
Hispanic men? You were intelligent until that came out.

Get those facts straight

I'm just calling about your. Rants & Raves on "More
Hoopla" (Feb. 16 newspaper).
Someone said they used to be a Republican before they
started reading about how they voted, how our economy
is always bad, and how we're always in a war when a
Republican is president.
Correct that person because the Democrats were in
office during all the wars World War I, World War II,
I See RANTS & RAVES, A7


Compliments to
Hometown News

To the editor:
Let me preface this by saying I
no longer read or subscribe to
any other newspaper but yours.
The Internet has replaced my
media needs in this respect. I am
a small businessman and if I did
choose to advertise through a
newspaper, it would be yours.
Why? I love your little "rag." Let
me say that you and ,your
staff/writers are a pretty sharp
crew. It's well-written, concise,
succinct and if you do print


some "dirt," it doesn't come off
like "The Enquirer." You stick to
the facts and you air both sides.
Whoever edits "Rants & Raves,"
give 'em a raise! I am in stitches
over some of things they print!
Yes, I mailed kudos to them, too.
Just an observation. Sitting in.
restaurants or other businesses
where your paper is available, I
notice others reading your paper
as well as the "Today" and (the)
Orlando papers.
However, what usually sparks a
conversation is something print-
ed in your paper.
More than once friends have
stopped by the house and said,


Letters

"Hey did you read that article in
Hometown?"
I'm sure the interest has a lot
to do with being local news, so
lets keep it that way please.
Just passing along a hearty
thanks and don't change a thing!

Dean L. Wood
Satellite Beach

Irked by
government spending

To the editor:
It irks the heck out of me to
see U.S. billions being wastefully


spent on top-heavy, comfort-
able, good old-boys government;
space exploration (pretty pic-
tures), defense/offense global
conflict (ugly pictures); and, the
aftermath of expenses related to
them all.
We're not investing enough in
our grass roots -voting (and) peo-
ple resources.
As an amputee who wants des-
perately to be more mobile, self-
supporting, independent, a con-
tributor and get back into the job
market, all I need is a few lousy
grand to clean up medical expens-
es, acquire, maintain or repair
some mobility equipment and


climb out of this quicksand pit!
Is it any wonder why people
turn to crime? In the upper strato-
sphere of socio-economic
plateaus, it's not only legal but also
fashionable.
I'm tired of supporting career
politicians and attorneys (those
"suits") who depend on our wal-
lets and poor memories.
Next time around, elect a com-
mon man or woman who is histor-
ically oriented, recalls how all this
mess started (gets repeated); and
will really try to clean it up!

John Barnett
Melbourne


TJ

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Korea, Vietnam.

Don't be fooled by liberal rhetoric

Thank you so very much for blessing your readers of
Feb. 16 with much of the same tired bellyaching that
once angered and now bores much of America.
Did a Bush-bashing prerequisite exist for today's con-
tributors to make the proverbial "cut?"
Al Gore is surely the best thing to happen to all of us
"since sliced bread."
Not forgetting six years as a self-serving U.S. senator,
Hillary's eight years as First Lady unequivocally qualify
her to become the leader of the Free World.
Get a grip, people!
"Our economy is always bad, and we are always in a
war when a Republican is president."
How does such abject ignorance occur in what should
be the world's best-informed society?
I give you NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC and the Jim
Lehrer "News" Hour for starters.
It's sadly apparent that many free thinking Americans
are completely incapable of "connecting the dots"
regarding matters so vital to our nation's well-being and
survival.
There is great reason to fear and reject the foul inten-
tions of the Moveon.org crowd should these socialists
gain power.
In that event, "we ain't seen nothing' yet" concerning
"political correctness gone wild."
Maybe some people ought to begin sharpening their
Quran skills today. I, for one, will leave that to the "useful
idiots" on the left.

Some rants are just silly

Hats off to the editors) of the Rants & Raves column. I
can only imagine how much you and yours giggle while
deciding which gripes and complaints to publish! You
truly have a gift for throwing some levity into an other-
wise mundane article.
Lets see, where do I start? Umbrellas over Florida, free
sun screen stations, the motorcycles are too loud and
driven by mean people, and let's not get started with ani-
mal control. The list goes on and on.
The writers are the true gems, though. Pills, property
tax, home owners insurance, etc. Why in God's name
aren't all of these things free?
Want solutions? Here're a few hot tips!
Put the pen down, hang up the phone and get busy!
Stop relying on everyone else to fix your problems. Call-
ing the opinion section of the paper will fix nothing.
The barking dog? Take a bowl of cool water and food
over and tie him up in the shade. Then call Animal Con-
trol. Don't worry about getting sued, the dog won't tell.
Don't live beyond your means. Yes, parts of Florida are
expensive; however, some are not. Move there.


If you have a mortgage, you will have to carry insur-
ance. Get over it.
The difference between smart people and flot-so-
smart people is smart people don't have all the answers
but know where to find them.
Law questions? There is a world of free advice available
out there via the Internet and other avenues if you don't
have a lawyer.
State, local, code enforcement questions? I have a clue
as to where I might find these solutions and it's not in the
news paper.
Accept the things you cannot change. Loud motorcy-
cles, hurricanes, heavy traffic, etc. You can sit around and
blame George Bush or Bill Clinton or you can move to
where these things aren't. You have choices.
Finally, a very successful businessman once taught me
a valuable lesson. He said there are two kinds of people
in the world.
The A-type or the doer. They see a problem, they tackle
it and then they move on. And then there's the other 90
percent. They incessantly whine and blame, but do noth-
ing to solve their own problems.

More thoughts on socialized medicine

In the Jan. 19 Rants & Raves you published my com-
ments in "A bid for socialized medicine."
In the Feb. 2 edition, two people responded: "If you
don't like it, leave," and "Why socialized medicine?"
It is time for a change in America. We need a good uni-
versal health care system. Medicare is not a true socialist
health care system. It is only for seniors and the disabled.
We have HMOs, PPOs, Medicare Advantage plans, etc.,
all strangling the original Medicare system, which private
health care providers get paid astronomical sums of
money from the government and the taxpayers for each
person they draw away from the original Medicare sys-
tem.
Our elected political leaders are all covered with a form
of socialized medicine. What is good for them should be
good for the rest of the people.
I say, America, wake up before it is too late. Fast food
medicine is not good medicine.

A history lesson

This is for the Democrats who don't remember recent
history. Most of the Democrats have selective memories
anyway.
I don't really believe for a minute that President Bush
had a grudge against Sadaam Hussein. A lot of people
had a grudge against him, even that precious Bill Clinton.
Remember him? The guy who didn't do anything.
I don't know how many times he was in the main-
stream media saying that we need to take Sadaam out
now, not later. Why didn't he take him out? He didn't have
the guts to do it.
Here is a little bit of history for the Democrat who has a
selective memory. I guess you forgot about Kuwait.
Sadaam invaded Kuwait. He was trying to de-stabilize


the Middle East.
Then when that was over, he had about 17 resolutions
by the United Nations. He didn't honor any of those
because his Russian buddies and French buddies were
telling him that "the United States wasn't going to do any-
thing and to remember Bill Clinton didn't do anything."
But while he was ignoring the 17 resolutions, his radar,
was being locked on our pilots and they were being shot
at.
That's just something for information. OK? I don't think
he had a grudge.
By the way, Sadaam is dead and was hanged by the
Iraqi people. Get over it.

Who will monitor the police?

I'm calling in regards to not following the rules of the
road and increasing fines for speeders.
Who is going to do it for the police? They don't know
what the directional signal is for anymore than anyone
else. They speed to get to the restaurant so they can eat
their lunch.

It's a wonderful world

What a wonderful country we live in. We are so blessed
with the United States of America to be fortunate enough
to live here.
People who are constantly complaining about this
country should just leave. Love it or leave it.
The Republicans with President Bush leading us have
been very fortunate.,He has brought us through so much.
Instead of people being thankful, some just complain.
We have no choice. We have to kill them in Iraq. If we
don't, they will be here killing us.
Remember Sept. 11. Let us not forget.
Thank you, President Bush.

It's no grudge match

This is in response to "War is grudge match."
I don't know what country he's living in, but it can't be
America after Sept. 11.
He's talking about President Bush having a grudge
against Sadaam Hussein. Hello, wake up. Sadaam is
dead.
Sadaam was in prison quite a while before they killed
him. If President Bush has a grudge, then why not bring
all the soldiers home?
I'll tell you why. He has a grudge against terrorism. Just
like you should. Just like I should. Just like every red-
blooded American person should have against those ter-
rorists who did that on Sept. 11.
Keep the war on their turf. If you bring the troops
home, then you don't continue to go after the extremists.
If you don't continue to go after the terrorists, we will
have a lot of Sept. 1 s in our backyard.
Is that what you want?
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is a major problem in the
United States resulting in
more than 10 million cases


every year.
As aware as we are of the
threat, there have been
surprisingly few develop-
ments in the way of
protection. Of course there
are more photo credit


cards being offered, and
credit monitoring services
and identity theft insur-
ances are marketed all
over the country, but few
of these measures have
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The real key to security
is to protect yourself.
Don't throw away your
identity All an identity
thief needs is your name,
date of birth and Social
Security number. Unfortu-
nately, that information is
often included in your
correspondence, on your
computer hard drive or on
computer discs. Prevent
thieves from pilfering it by
shredding mail with a
crosscut shredder (the
kind that is hard to piece
together). Break computer
disks before discarding
and either physically
destroy your hard drive or


use shredding software
before you get rid of your
computer.
Don't give it away either
- Never give your Social
Security number to
anyone unless it is for
employment, financing or
insurance. Instead, ask for
an alternate ID number.
Watch the mail Protect
your statements, credit
card offers and outgoing
payments with a locked
mailbox. Or, have state-
ments sent by secure e-
mail. Make payments
online or mail them from a
secure box.
Hang on to your cards -
It only takes a few seconds
to lift information off the
magnetic strip on your
debit or credit card. Some
private ATM machines
have even been rigged to
do this. Avoid private
ATMs, and don't let your
credit or debit card out of
your sight.
Work your memory -
Avoid easy passwords like
your birthday or phone
number. Instead, memo-
rize combinations of
letters and numbers.
Never write down your
password or let anyone
overhear or see you enter
it.
Lock-up online Protect
your computer with virus
detection and firewall
software. Log out of
accounts when finished
using them, then quit the
browser so no one can tag
on to your session. '
Don't fall for it Some
criminals trick consumers
into providing personal
information with e-mail or
Web sites that look like
those of reputable compa-
nies. Before you submit
personal information,
always verify the site
owner and use a secure
Web form (look for the
lock icon or https in the
Web address).
Review everything -
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Financial Columnist


theft victims discover the
crime by reviewing credit
card and bank statements.
Know when your state-
ments should arrive,
check them against your
receipts, and question any
charges you don't recog-
nize. Reviewing your
credit report annually can
also help you detect
identity theft. Look for
unauthorized transac-
tions, accounts you didn't
open and inquiries you
didn't approve. Immedi-
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writing.
Consider an identity
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credit card theft insurance
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Taking these precau-
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from becoming another
identity theft victim. If you
suspect identity theft,
immediately report it to
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and local law enforce-
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Financial workshops
planned in March
The "Become Captain of
your Financial Ship" work-
shops are being offered.
One workshop is sched-
uled at 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Thursday, March 15, at the
Palm Bay Extension Office.
A second workshop will
be from noon to 4 p.m.
Monday, March 19, at the
Cocoa Extension Office.
The programs are for
adults who are planning to
file bankruptcy or who
want to handle financial
resources responsibly.
Cost to attend is $20.
For information, call
Gayle Whitworth at (321)
952-4536, Ext. 25.
The workshops are spon-
sored by the Brevard
County Agricultural and
Extension Service and the
Univeristy of Florida Insti-
tute of Food and Agricul-
tural Services.

Chamber plans
government
affairs program
The Melbourne-Palm
Bay Chamber of Com-
merce will offer a govern-
ment affairs program at 8
a.m. Wednesday, March 21,
at the chamber auditori-
um, 1005 E. Strawbridge
Ave., Melbourne.
All members interested
in helping develop future
government affairs pro-
gram meetings and speak-
ers, helping to develop
chamber business/legisla-
tive agenda and priorities,
or participating in .the
chamber's local govern-
ment liaison program are
welcome to attend.
For information, call
(321) 724-5400.

Visitors council
names officers
The International Visitors
Council announces the
officers and directors for
the year beginning in Feb-
ruary: Lady Marie-Louise
Grundy-Shurtleff, vice


president; Arlan Ropp, sec-
retary; Margaret Marcotte,
treasurer; Stuart Marcotte,
executive director; Richard
Tweed, program director;
Patrick Keane, director;
and Roger W Shurtleff Jr.,
president.
The council meets first
Tuesday at the home of a
member.
The U.S. State Depart-
ment notifies the local
council of the -arrival of
foreign visitors within our
local area.
The group's next meeting
will be at 6:30 p.m. Tues-
day, March 6, at the home
of Ms. Grundy-Shurtleff,
608 Tortoise Way, Tortoise
Island.
Membership is open. For
information, call (321)
773-2005.

Communications
company moves
to new office
C.K. Communications
has moved its office to 457
Montreal Ave., Melbourne.
The company provides
advertising, design, public
relations and Web services.
For information, call
(321) 752-5802 or visit
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Financial advisors
recognized
Steve Rossi Sr. and
Richard Stallings, both of
*Rossi & Associates, were
recognized by their broker-
age firm, First Allied Secu-
rities Inc., as one of the
company's premier advi-
sors. One of a group of only
40 in a field of nearly 650
advisors, Mr. Rossi and Mr.
Stallings were selected
based on their business
success, community
involvement and adher-
ence to professional prac-
tice management.
The members of First
Allied's Circle of Excellence
are chosen based on their
leadership client service
and financial success and
their role as advocates for
the industry and for the
firm.
Mr. Rossi has served on


the firm's advisory council
for eight years, function-
ing as its chairman for the
past three and has earned
membership in the Circle
of Excellence for the past


nine years. He has been
with First Allied since 1994.
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with First Allied since
1996.
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CBC of Brevard is busy
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Several area restaurants
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their non-alcohol receipts
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abuse, prevention pro-
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"We've sent a request to
virtually every restaurant
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"Pledge forms are start-
ing to come in, but we
need a lot more if we're
going to raise the kind of
money these families
need."
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assist families and keep
them out of the child wel-
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significant problem for a
lot of families in crisis, and
Brevard CA.R.E.S is able to
help.
In addition, many families
need counseling and other
services that this funding
provides. Even basic needs
such as food and clothing
are covered by Brevard
CA.R.E.S. Participating
restaurants will be listed on
the CBC of BrevardWeb site,
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CBC of Brevard urges
everyone to join in the fight
against child abuse and
neglect, and "Dine Out"
April 25 to help prevent
child abuse.
CBC of Brevard is dedicat-
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By GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
In 1967, ophthalmologist
Dr. William Broussard
established a private prac-
tice in a small two-room
office in Melbourne.
From those humble
beginnings, Florida Eye
Associates was born.
Four decades later, the
organization boasts 11
ophthalmologists in five
offices throughout Brevard
County.
"We established this
practice to take care of the
community's full range of
eye-care needs, and that's
what we still emphasize,"
said Dr. Broussard.
After receiving an under-
graduate degree from
Louisiana State University,
Dr. Broussard attended
medical school at the Uni-
versity of Minnesota and
completed residency work
in San Francisco. He then
traveled to Stuttgart, Ger-
many on military assign-
ment.
Upon completion of his
.tour of duty, Dr. Broussard
and his wife, Margaret,
had their choice of cities to
call their new home.
The Broussards chose
Melbourne because of the
climate, proximity to the
ocean and the educational
opportunities for their
children.
"I saw an article in 'Life'
magazine ranking Mel-
bourne High School as a
top high school in Ameri-
ca," said Dr. Broussard.
The choice paid off both
professionally and person-
ally. Three of his children
became National Merit
Scholars, and his medical
practice grew to serve
thousands of clients.
Many of Dr. Broussard's
patients have been a part
of his practice for decades.
"I still see a patient from
30 years ago that I saw in
the emergency room in
the middle of the night,"
said Dr. Broussard. "Over
the long haul, (customer


service) is what makes a
practice a success."
Florida Eye Associates
has been on the leading
edge in the eye care field
for Brevard County.
The organization was
the first multi-physician
ophthalmologic practice
established in Melbourne.
The group practice
allowed Dr. Broussard to
stay true to his original
mission to provide a full
range of eye care services.
"When I started, I didn't
have any idea we'd end up
(this large)," said Dr.
Broussard. "As time went
on, the cost of specialized
equipment got so high, I
realized it couldn't work
with a single doctor."
Doctors in the practice
were among the first in
Brevard County to per-
form surgery for retinal
detachment, intra-ocular
foreign body extractions
and no-stitch cataract
operations.
Not only do the doctors
perform a broad range of
eye care services, they
address both pediatric and
geriatric vision issues.
Because of increasing
longevity, seniors have to
be wary of slow moving
chronic diseases, Dr.
Broussard said.
"Years ago, it was unusu-
al to see someone (older
than) 90," he said. "Now, I
see several a day, and I
have many patients (older
than) 100."
With offices in Indialan-
tic, Palm Bay, Suntree,
Cocoa Beach and the main
office in downtown Mel-
bourne, Florida Eye Asso-
ciates is, conveniently
located.
, For more information,
or to schedule an appoint-
ment, call (321) 727-2020
or visit www.floridaeyeas-
sociates.com,
Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or
e-mail her at
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How to stay safe when traveling alone


Travel is the best way
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find a mate, increase your
awareness of the world
around you, experience
personal growth, lower
your blood pressure or just
relax.
But traveling as a single
can have its challenges
and risks, so you should be
aware of the various
options that are available
to you that can make your
single travel experience a
fun and fulfilling one.
If you are looking for a
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tion experience, you might
consider an all-inclusive
resort that will give you the
safety of "communal"
living, yet provide the
flexibility of structuring a
complete experience of
your chosen destination.
Some tour operators
cater specifically to young
people traveling abroad on
their own so they can
share their experiences
with others in the same
age category.
Enhance your vacation
at an all-inclusive by
signing up for the many
on-site activities offered
and participating in the
unique tours offered by
the resort. These mega
resorts, such as Club Med,
offer tours for shopping,
sightseeing, night life,
educational and adven-
ture, giving you the perfect
opportunity to interact
with others.
If you would rather travel
to two, three or more
cities, then a cruise or
escorted tour may be your
best choice.
Despite the very few
incidents that have
received exaggerated and
sensationalized media
attention, cruising is a very
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travel even as a single. And
of course, there are single
cruises that are tailored to
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ters, meaning they won't
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GERALDINE BLANCHARD
Travel columnist
able, as if you are on the
prowl.
But it all gets down to
basics. Evaluate your
travel options by a travel
professional to assist you.
Do not expose yourself to
questionable situations or
people. Mingle with like-
minded people when
deciding which tour you
plan to take and be aware
of your surroundings when
you do get to your destina-
tion. Hotels, cruise lines,
tour operators, etc., do
whatever they can to make
your travel experiences as
safe as they can be, but
they cannot cover all
eventualities.
Your personal safety is, to
a significant degree, up to
you and should be serious-
ly considered before and
during your trip.
Here are a few tips that
may help make your single
(or otherwise) vacation a
safe and pleasurable
experience.
When you check into a
hotel, consider introducing
yourself to your concierge
or doorman and ask him or
her a question about
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Use the hotel/cruise ship
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relative at home and, if at
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abouts, where you will be
next and how you are doing
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some of Florida's existing
sales tax loopholes," Rep.
Needelman said.
Such an aggressive meas-
ure could put counties and
cities at the mercy of fickle
consumer spending habits.
City officials have doubts
about the plan's ability to
meet the increasing
demands on local govern-
ment.
"This could be a disaster
for us," Indian Harbour
Beach town manager Jackie
Bums said. "We won't be
able to control our own
future."
"What would happen in
the case of an economic
downturn or another 'Sept.
11' that causes less spend-
ing?" she asked. "If we cut
the taxes in half, do we cut
the police and fire services
in half?"
Currently, property taxes
are collected based on mill-
age rates. Millage rates are
the tax amount per every
$1,000 of a property's value.
For example, the 4.367 mills
paid in Indian Harbour
Beach's budget means that
for every $1,000 of a home's
worth, owners pay $4.36'in
city taxes.

Heart


This is equivalent to
about $546 for a $125,000
home.
To' replace this revenue,
Ms. Bums said, municipal
governments would have to
rely on the same homeown-
er spending more than
$6,500 at the proposed min-
imum 9 percent tax rate just
to cover current city taxes.
Rep. Needelman said
such a radical move is the
result of too much local gov-
ernment spending, though.
"They have brought this
on themselves with their
uncontrolled appetite for
spending," Rep. Needelman
said. "The citizens have
grabbed their pitch forks
and are now demanding
changes.
Taking a less drastic
approach, several lawmak-.
ers have proposed caps on
revenue increases.
State Sen. Bill Posey, R-
Rockledge, and state Rep.
Bob Allen, R-Merritt Island,
have each sponsored less-
aggressive resolutions that
would 'extend Florida's
assessments caps from
homesteaded properties to
all properties.
This proposal, too, would
have to be approved by
Florida voters.
"Basically, this would
extend the benefits of 'Save


Our Homes' to other prop-
erties," Sen. Posey said
referring to the 10 percent
caps on increases above the
rollback rate.
Such restrictions current-
ly limit county budget
increases, but some say not
enough.
Sen. Posey said he hadn't
fully studied the more
aggressive approach recom-
mended by Rep. Needel-
man, but he had some
reservations.
"Traditionally, property
taxes have been the domin-
ion of local governments..
They are more predictable
than sales taxes," he said.
"In the past, I have observed
that whenever the state gets
its hands on taxes intended
for local governments, it
usually means it will end up
being a hassle for the local
governments to recover all
the money."
State Sen. Mike Hari-
dopolos, R-Indialantic, who
is the chairman of the Flori-.
da Senate's finance and tax
committee, has filed two
measures he said are aimed
at reducing taxes for some
homeowners.
The first would simply
extend an expanded home-
stead exemption for dis-
abled veterans throughout,
the state.


But Sen. Haridopolos has
also filed a blank bill, called
a shell bill, SJR 1028, which
simply announces his
intention to fill in the tax
related bill later.
State Rep. Stan Mayfield,
R-Vero Beach, represents
residents in Brevard's
southern-most communi-
ties and took a different
approach to the problem.
He has introduced a bill
to force county and munici-
pal governments to limit
budget growth to the per-
centage of population
growth in the area.
"I support limits on coun-
ty and municipal spend-
ing," said County Commis-
sioner Helen Voltz. "But if
the state is going to man-
date caps or try to limit
local governments, then
they (state lawmakers)
should also cap what they
can collect and spend. It's
at every level of government
that people want change,
not just counties and
cities."
While the bill, HB 193,
does not address property
tax amounts specifically,
Rep. Mayfield said it
addresses the underlying
reason for rising taxes: gov-
ernment spending.
The 2007 legislative ses-
sion begins March 6.


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Cool jazz sounds lead to great weekend festival


Tr zhe thing I love about
jazz music is I never
know where it will
take me.
However, this weekend it
will lead me to the fourth
annual Cocoa Beach Jazz
Festival.
The event runs Friday,
March 2 through Sunday,
March 4 at the Cocoa Beach
Country Club.
And though the improvi-
sational nature of jazz
music is a big draw for
festival-goers, there's
nothing off-the-cuff about
putting together such a
popular event that appeals
to people of all ages.
Performers span from high
school students to senior
musicians and everyone
in-between.
But just as jazz musicians
often step back and watch
fellow players bask in the
spotlight, organizer and
Heidi's Jazz Club owner
Heidi Deleuil continually
defers to the work of others
involved in the festival;
people like master of
ceremonies Jack Simpson.
Jazz fans may be familiar
with Mr. Simpson's radio
show "Jazz on the Beach,"
which is broadcast from
WUCF in Orlando and
played onWFIT each
Thursday.
Mr. Simpson started
doing jazz festivals in Cocoa
Beach in the 1970s and was
the co-founder of what is


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now known as the Space
Coast Jazz Society.
Though he's been influen-
tial in the local jazz scene
for more than 30 years, Mr.
Simpson shines the spot-
light on Mrs. Deleuil.
"She's really the driving
force behind the festival,"
he said.
Mrs. Deleuil opened
Heidi's Jazz Club in 1992,
after the opening of her
restaurant, the Heidelberg,
next door in 1986.
"Heidi's club is the only
full-time jazz club around,"
said Mr. Simpson. "You
don't get a club such as
Heidi's in a lot of cities in
the country. She brings (in)
jazz personalities from
around the country," he
said.
In 2004, Heidi's Jazz Club
sponsored its first Cocoa
Beach Jazz Festival, with Mr.
Simpson as master of


ceremonies. Last year, the
city of Cocoa Beach signed
on as a sponsor.
Both Mr. Simpson and
Mrs. Deleuil agree that the
local jazz scene is attracting
a younger crowd, which
they attribute to educators
like Mark Nelson, director of
Satellite High School's
award winning jazz band
and Jeff Rupert, head of jazz
studies at University of
Central Florida, both of
whom will participate in the
festival.
"Of course, singers like
Annie Sellick, Diana Krall
and Norah Jones make it
look good, Mrs. Deleuil
said," she said. "But it's
thanks to music directors
who love the music and
devote their time to the
kids."
Mr. Simpson agrees that
music educators have a big
impact on younger people
playing and appreciating
jazz music, but he attributes
it to something else, too.
"You wouldn't ask some-
body why they still listen to
Beethoven," he said.
"The reason is because it's
still good music.
"I say the same thing
about jazz in the 1920s,
1940s and 1970s, etc. It's still
good music."
Tickets for the festival are
$35 per day. Though tickets
aren't refundable, they are
transferable.
For information on the


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festival, visit
www.coocabeachjazzfest,
www.heidisjazzclub.com or
www.cityofcocoabeach.com.
Call (321) 783-4559.
Jazz festival schedule
The Cocoa Beach Jazz
Festival features more than
40 musicians performing a
variety of styles. The
schedule is as follows:
Friday, March 2
6:45 p.m., Joe Goldberg,
Mark Hubrouck, Chuck
Dickey, Curtis Moore and
Richard Garcia
8:15 p.m., Ms. Nancy
Kelly with Ron Teixeira, Ron
Pirtle and Stan Soloko
Saturday, March 3
2 p.m., Satellite High
School Jazz Band, directed
by Mark Nelson
3:40 p.m., Sunnie Paxson
with Rohan Reid, Curtis


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5:10 p.m., JD Daniel,
Curtis Moore and Stan
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6:45 p.m., Dirty Martini
with Jeff Rupert, Keith
Wilson, Chuck Archard and
Chris Rottmayer
8:20 p.m., Annie Sellick
and the Jeff Rupert Quartet
Sunday, March 4
2 p.m., University of
Central Florida Big Band
3:20 p.m., Norm Bernard
and Kim Evans with Carl
Hendrix, Ron Pirtle and
Dave Dunscombe
4:45 p.m., Rose Max and
Ramatis
6:30 p.m., Frank Morgan
8 p.m., Mr. Groove
featuring Bonnie Bramlett
and Boots Randolph
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Surfside Players: '"A
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March 2 at 8 p.m. Show
runs through March 18.
Tickets are $15 for adults,
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military and $7 for stu-
dents younger than $25.
Performances are 8 p.m.
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'Chorus Line': Surfside
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Beach Country Club. The
cost is $35 per day. For
tickets, call (800) 930-0089
or visit www.cocobeachjaz-
zfest.com.


* Artist reception: Silken
Galleria will host a artist
reception from 6-9 p.m.,
featuring Jerry Hooper,-
Vicki Busby, Renee Decator
and Pam McLean, at 912 A
East New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. For information,
call (321) 733-2788.
* Exhibit opening: The
Fifth Avenue Art Gallery
will host an opening recep-
tion for Jean Banas' "Boo-
gie to the Beat" exhibit
from 5:30-8 p.m. at 1470
Highland Ave., Melbourne.
For information, call (321)
259-8261.
+ Gallery reception:
Highway Grrls Gallery &
Studio will host a grand
opening reception from
5:30-8:30 p.m. at 1414
Highland Ave., Melbourne.
For information, e-mail
robinred@hotrock.com.
* Opening reception: Art
and Antique Studio will


host an opening reception
for artist Therese Payne
Ferguson from 5:30-8:30
p.m. at 1419 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne. The event fea-
tures refreshments and
music. For information,
call (321) 253-5553.
* Reception: "Zen-
Sations," an exhibit featur-
ing hand-crafted accented
clay works by Pamela
Ricono, will open with a
reception from 6- 8 p.m. at
the Eau Gallie Walk-In-
Clinic, 1403 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne. The exhibit
will be on display through
March. For information,
call (321) 951-2349.
* Michael Franks: Song-
writer Michael Franks will
perform at 8 p.m. at the
King Center of the Per-
forming Arts, 3865 N.
Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne. Ticket prices vary.
For information, call (321)
242-2219.

SATURDAY, MARCH 3

* Live music: "Random
Acts of Music," a free con-
cert at Wickham Park in
Melbourne, will begin at 3


p.m. For information, call-
(321) 674-8950.

SUNDAY, MARCH 4

* Chorale: The Brevard
Community College
Chorale will perform at 3
p.m. at the B.W. Simpkins
Fine Arts Auditorium,
Cocoa campus. Perfor-
mance features opera
highlights, with Metropoli-
tan Opera tenor Mark
Baker as guest soloist. For
information, call (321)
433-7385.
* New Orleans jazz: Irv-
ing Mayfield New Orleans
Jazz Orchestra will per-
form at the King Center for
the Performing Arts, 3865
N. Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne. Ticket prices vary.
For information, call (321)
242-2219.

TUESDAY, MARCH 6

* Ensemble perform-
ance: Brevard Theatrical
Ensemble presents "We
Are: Stories, About, Fqr.and
By Women" at 11 a.m.
Tuesday, March 6 in Build-
ing 4, Lecture Auditorium,


at the Melbourne campus
of Brevard Community
College on Wickham Road.
Admission is free. For
information, call (321)
433-5744.

WEDNESDAY,
MARCH 7

Singles Dance: 7 to 10
p.m. Three Wishes Lounge,
Doubletree Hotel Cocoa
Beach Oceanfront, 2080 N.
Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach.
Cost: $7. Information:
(321) 409-5660 or (321)
783-9222.

THURSDAY, MARCH 8

Irish singer: Derek
Warfield, an Irish singer
currently touring to sup-
port his album "God Save
Ireland," will perform with
his "Sons of Erin Band" at 7
p.m. March 8 at Surfside
Playhouse in Cocoa Beach.
Tickets are $20 and are
available at the Irish Shops
in Cocoa Beach and Mel-
bourne. Call (321) 784-

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Friday Fest: Mel-
bourne Main Street pres-
ents its street party with
music by the Outta Sight
Band from 6-10 p.m. in
historic downtown Mel-
bourne. The event features
food, children's activities,
vendors and arts and
crafts. For information, call
(321) 724-1741.
Pops orchestra: The
Space Coast Pops Orches-
tra presents "Pops Around
the World" at 2:30 p.m. Sat-
urday, March 10 at the
Merritt Island First Baptist
Church, 140 Magnolia Ave.
Tickets prices are $12-$30
in advance; $3 more at the
door. For information, call
(321) 632-7445.
Christian concert:
With Maureen Still at 7
p.m. Friday, March 9 at
Grace United Methodist
Church, 65 Needle Boule-
vard, Merritt Island. Free.
Information: (321) 452-
2420.
Jazz vocalist: Lorri
Hafer will perform at 2
p.m. Sunday, March 11 at
the Cocoa Beach Country
Club, 5000 Tom Warriner
Blvd., Cocoa Beach. Cost is
$7 for Space Coast Jazz
Society members; $10 for
non-members. For infor-
mation, call (321) 453-
41941.
Harmonizers concert:
Harbor City Harmonizer
Chorus and Quartets pres-
ent 17th annual show at 2
and 7 p.m. Saturday,
March 11 in the Gleason
Performing Arts Center at
Florida Institute of Tech-
nology in Melbourne.
Theme: "Broadway
Bound." Tickets: $15,
reserved seating. Informa-
tion: (321) 779-4802 or
www. harmonize. com/HCH
armonizers.
* Youth orchestra: Bre-
vard Symphony Youth
Orchestra will perform
"Nature's Inspiration" at
3:30 p.m. Sunday, March
11 at the Bernard Simpkins
Fine Arts Center at the
Cocoa campus of Brevard
Community College. Tick-
ets are $10 for adults and"
$5 for students/seniors.
For information, call (321)
254-9583.
* Variety show: Variety
to show to benefit capital
improvements to the
Henegar Center for the
Arts at 7:30 p.m. Saturday,
March 10 at 625 E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Tickets are $15. For infor-


mation, call (321) 723-
8698.
* Artist signing: Photog-
rapher Robert Amoruso
will sign limited-edition
prints from 6 to 9 p.m. Fri-
day, March 16 at Accent
Framing, 1915 Knox McRae
Drive, Titusville. Informa-
tion: (321) 269-0099.
* Authors reception:
Reception for several
authors will be 6:30 to 8:30
p.m. Friday, March 16, at
Cocoa Civic Center, 430
Delannoy Ave., Cocoa.
Cost: $25. Reservations:
Central Brevard Library and
Reference Center, (321)
633-1792. Part of 2007
Reading Festival.
* Meet conductors: The
Melbourne Municipal Band
presents the "Meet Our
Conductors" concert at
7:30 p.m. Tuesday and
Wednesday, March 13 and


14 at the Melbourne Audi-
torium, 625 E. Hibiscus
Blvd. Admission is free, but
tickets are required. For
information, call (321) 724-
0555.
* Prevent! Jamboree:
Annual festival will be 6 to
10 p.m. Saturday, March 24
in Melbourne Auditorium,
625 E. Hibiscus Ave., Mel-
bourne. Tickets: $75 per-
son. Features: Live music
by Derek & The Slammers,
a "Taste of Brevard" buffet-
style food stations, Texas
hold'em, black jack, silent
auction and reverse raffle
for $10,000. Information:
(321) 259-7262 or visit
www.preventofbre-
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For information, call (321)
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* Art and Antique Stu-
dio: The Art and Antique
Studio, 1419 Highland
Ave., Melbourne, is open
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Friday and 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Saturday. Open
until 8:30 p.m. first Fridas.
For information, call (321)
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at 1463 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne, is open 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Tuesday through
Saturday, and 1-5 p.m.
Sunday. Admission, which
includes entry to both the
Art Museum and Chil-
dren's Science Center, is $5
for adults, $3 for senior cit-
izens and $2 for children
and students with identifi-
cation. Free for museum
members. Admission is
free to the general public 1
to 5 p.m. Thursday. For
information, call (321)
242-0737.
* Brevard Museum of


History and Science:
Located at 2201 Michigan
Ave., Cocoa, it is open
Monday through Saturday
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sun-
day noon to 4 p.m. Admis-
sion for adults is $5.50, $5
for senior citizens, $3.50
for children 5-16 and $4 for
college students. Museum
members are admitted
free. For information, call
(321) 632-1830.
* Downstairs Gallery:
Located at 909 E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne, is
open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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From page A15
.Admission is free. For
information, call (321)
727-8470.
Fifth Avenue Art
Gallery: Located at 1470
Highland Ave., Melbourne,
open 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesday
to. For information, call
(321) 259-8261.
Foreman Art Glass
Design Studio: Located at
2415 Harbor City Blvd.,
Melbourne. Open 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday to Satur-
day. For information, call


(321) 725-7005 or visit
www.foremanartglass.com.
* Kennedy Space Center
Gallery: Features an exhib-
it of various collections of
space art at the Kennedy
Space Center Visitor Com-
plex on NASA Parkway off
State Road 405. Admission
is $37 for adults and $27 for
children ages 3 -11. Open 9
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. For infor-
mation, call (321) 452-
2121.
* LoPressionism
Gallery: Exhibits artwork of


local and international
artists. Hours are 11 a.m. to
7 p.m. on Monday through
Thursday and Saturday, 11
a.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday
and from 12-5 p.m. on Sun-
days. The gallery is at 1010-
B E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. For information,
call (321) 722-6000 or visit
www. lopressionism.com.
* Melbourne Civic The-
ater: 817 E. Strawbridge
Ave., Melbourne. The the-
ater produces various
plays, classes, murder mys-
tery dinner shows, events
and experimental theater
throughout the year. For
information, call (321) 723-


6935.
* Rossetter House His-
torical Museum: The his-
torical house and museum
is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Wednesday through Satur-
day and is located at 1320
Highland Ave. in old Eau
Gallie. Admission for guid-
ed tours is $5, and admis-
sion to museum grounds is
free. For information, call
(321) 254-9855.
* Silken Galleria: Hosts
and exhibits the artwork of
local award-winning artists
Jerry Hooper, Vicki Busby
and Rene6 Decator and
award-winning glass artist
Pam Mclean. Gallery is at


912A E. New Haven, Ave,
Melbourne. Hours: 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday through
Saturday, and noon to 4
p.m. Sunday. Information:
(321) 733-2788.
* Sunshine Framing and
Art Gallery: The gallery
hosts a variety of classes,
guest artists and events at
5410 Murrell Road, Suite
11 ], Viera. For information,
call (321) 433-3332.
+ Teen Poetry Night:
Takes place at 7:30 p.m.
second Tuesdays at Barnes
& Noble at 1955 W. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne.
For information, call (321)
726-9505.


Arts Notes


Chorus presents
'Backstage Harmony'
The Platinum Coast Cho-
rus will present its annual
show at 2 p.m. Saturday,
March 3, at Florida Insti-
tute of Technology's Glea-
son Auditorium, 150 W.
University Blvd., Mel-
bourne.
The production, "Back-
stage Harmony," is an orig-
inal musical, a story about
a closing theater. Chorus
members reminisce as
they say goodbye to their
old stomping ground, cos-
times, music and old
shows.
The Mole Crickets, a
bluegrass band, will per-
form again this year.
Pre-show entertainment
will feature Bruce Marion


on the piano playing
Broadway tunes.
Tickets may be pur-
chased for $12 in advance
or for $15 at the door. Tick-
ets are available at Marion
Music in Melbourne and
Devereux Florida in Viera.
For information, call
Carol at (321) 259-1086 or
Pam at (321) 452-9596.

Artist plans
grand opening
for new studio
Highway Grrls Gallery
and Studio will host a
grand opening from 5:30-
8:30 p.m. Friday, March 2,
at the new studio at 1414
'Highland Ave., Eau Gallie.
The studio is at the for-
mer site of the Cobbler's


Bench.
The owner is Robin
Rothrock, who grew up in
Satellite Beach, and has
been living in Shreveport,
La.
The grand opening fea-
tures seven large works
from a series of 10 from
her studies under Frits van
Eeden while at Brevard
Museum of Art and Sci-
ences.
For information, visit
robinred@hotrock.com.

Student exhibit
accepting art
The Strawbridge Art
League's juried "Student
Art Exhibit" will accept
submissions from 3- 7 p.m.
Friday, March 2 at the
Henegar Center for the


Arts, 625 E. New Haven
Ave., Melbourne.
Brevard County students
in grades 4 to 12 are eligi-
ble to enter:
Cash prizes will be
awarded in three divisions:
grades 4 to 6; grades 7 to 9
and grades 10 to 12.
Additional merit awards
will be given as well.
D.X Ross and Marg Kuhl
will serve as judges.
The entry fee is $5 per
piece.
An award ceremony and
show opening reception is
scheduled from 3-5 p.m.
Saturday, March 17, with
refreshments provided by
Van Gogh's Creative Caf6.
For information, call
(321) 720-7352.
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We want to understand
life and love and reasons
why things happen the way
they do.
Sometimes in life we
think that for some reason
we are the only ones
fighting for this truth. But if
we look at reality, we find
that everyone is looking for
this truth. Of course, each
person tries in their
individual way to find it,
but we are all looking for
the same thing.
We want answers, and we
want them now. We want to
understand.
In our search for under-
standing, there are some
definite keys that will
unlock the mysteries that
too often seem to go
unsolved.
In the book of Daniel,
Daniel is praying to God,
wanting some answers. In a
scene that would be hard to
recreate in the cinema even
with the amazing technolo-
gy available to us today, the
angel Gabriel swoops in to
bring Daniel insight.
He tells Daniel to do two
things. First to consider the
message and then to
understand the vision.
When looking for divine
reality, this sequence of
events is of the utmost
importance. It is imperative
that we consider the
message if we are to have
understanding of the
vision. To bring this
concept to a place that we
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week. say.
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paper at (772) 465-5656, and from orange juice
leave a message Please check to breads to cereals
out the end of the column for even to candy is
cookbook information, fortified with
In the past, I have discussed calcium. What can
white, whole wheat flour. It has happen is too
all the nutrition of regular much calcium. This
wheat flour, but the texture and can cause aches
taste is similar to bleached and pains all over
white flour. Several companies the body (had
are making white wheat bread, them), kidney prob]
but the flour was nowhere to be kidney stones in soi
found. and nutrient interact
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give you a wake-up call. the label of the calci
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calcium is to keep our bones ligram with vitamin
strong and, if you are like me, am paying attention
you follow the guidelines and always buy calcium
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help from you.
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sent me two recipes. Liz is of
Italian descent; she remem-
bered how wonderful they
were, but didn't have the
recipes.
After finding recipes and
adding ingredients she
remembered, she made them
her own.
I have also had a request for
"soft" biscotti. Anyone have a
recipe?
Enjoy and see you next week
when we get ready for St.
Paddy's Day.

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BISCOTTI (NIB)
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marriage (Gen. 12:10-13); P of
about it (Abraham 2:22-25).
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Abram to father a child
w/Hagar (Gen. 16:1-5); D & C
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(132:34-35).
3. The BIBLE foretold and
records Jesus' birth atb
Bethlehem (Matt. 2:1-6); B of
M says it was Jerusalem
(Alma 7:10).
4. The BIBLE says there was
3 hrs. of darkness over all the
earth at Jesus' crucifixion (Lk.
23:44); B of M says it was 3
Mormondays (Helaman 14:20,27).







5. The BIBLE says od is
spirit and NOT flesh & bones
(Jn. 4:24;Lk. 24:36-39); D & C
says God HAS a flesh & bone
bodut it (Abra131:2; 132:19).
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Jerusalem w/His apostles
(Lk.24:47; Acts 2:38f); P of GP
says Goit began w/Adam & Eve
(Moses 6:51-65).
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Jerusalem about 30 AD
(Matt. 16:18; Acts 2:47); B of M
says it began in America, 147
8. The BIBLE says "disciples
were called Christians first in
Antioch" (Acts 11:26); B of M
says it was in America in 73
BC (Alma 46:14-15).
9. The BIBLE teaches the
gospel was not revealed and
operative until after Jesus'
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17;Eph.3:1-11); B of M says it
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1/8 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted
butter, room tempera-
ture
1 cup granulated sugar
2 tablespoons grated
orange zest
1-1/2 teaspoons vanilla
2 large eggs
1-1/2 cups unsalted,
shelled pistachio nuts

NOTE: Do not use dark
baking pans, they cook
faster and may bum.
Preheat oven to 350
degrees. Butter one
jellyroll pan (baking sheet
with sides).
Sift together first 4
ingredients into a bowl.
Set aside.
Combine butter, sugar,
orange zest and vanilla in
a large bowl.
Beat with an electric
mixer set on high speed
until light and fluffy, about
two minutes. Mix in eggs
one at a time, beating well
after each addition.
Reduce speed to low, add
the nuts and mix in. Add
the flour mixture and mix
only until incorporated.
Dough will be soft. Cover
and refrigerate until well
chilled, about one hour.
Divide dough in half.
Using lightly floured
hands, roll each half on a
lightly floured surface into
a log, 1 1/2-inches in
diameter. Arrange logs on
baking sheet placing them
5 inches apart. Bake until
light brown and firm to the
touch, about 25 minutes.
Logs will spread during
baking. Remove from oven
and let cool for 5 minutes.
Using a spatula, carefully
transfer logs to a work
surface. Using a serrated
knife cut on the diagonal
into slices 1/2-inch thick.
Arrange slices cut side
down on baking sheets
and bake until bottoms are
browned, about 10 min-
utes. Turn over and bake


an additional 10 minutes.
Liz stands them up and
checks after 10 minutes.
Cool on wire racks, store in
airtight containers for up
to two weeks.
To freeze, place biscotti
in gallon zipper bags
placing waxed paper
between layers.
You can dip in or frost
with melted chocolate
afterwards.
NOTE: It is difficult to
find unsalted pistachio
nuts. If salted, rinse nuts in
water, drain and bake on a
cookie sheet in a 300-
degree E oven until dry.
Omit salt from recipe.
NOTE: Before slicing
biscotti for their second
bake, spritz with water and
wait five minutes. No more
crumbling.

CHOCOLATE CHIP
BISCOTTI (NIB)
Makes about 3 dozen
2 cups flour
1-1/2 teaspoons baking
powder
1 teaspoon ground cinna-
mon
1/8 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted
butter, room tempera-
ture
1/2 cup brown sugar,
firmly packed
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1 tablespoon instant
espresso powder
2 large eggs
1 cup coarsely chopped
walnuts
1 cup semi-sweet choco-
late chips

NOTE: Do not use dark
baking pans, they cook
faster and might burn
easily.
Preheat oven to 325
degrees E Butter two jelly-
roll pans (baking sheets
with sides).
Sift together first four
ingredients into a bowl.


Set aside. Combine butter,
' both sugars and espresso
powder in a large bowl.
Beat with an electric
mixer set on high speed
until light and fluffy, about
2 minutes. Mix in eggs one
at a time, beating well after
each addition. Reduce
speed to low, add the nuts
and chips and mix in. Add
the flour mixture and mix
only until incorporated.
Dough will be soft. Cover
and refrigerate until well
chilled, about I hour.
Divide dough in half.
Place each half on a
prepared pan. Using
lightly floured hands form
each half into a log about
3-inches wide and 3/4-
inch high.
Bake until firm to the
touch, about 25 minutes.
Logs will spread during
baking. Remove from oven
and let cool for 5 minutes.
Using a spatula, carefully
transfer logs to a work
surface. Using a serrated
knife cut on the diagonal
into slices 1/2-inch thick.
It is usual to arrange slices
cut side down on baking
sheets and bake until
bottoms are browned,
about 10 minutes, then
turn over and bake an
additional 10 minutes.
However, Liz stands
slices up, it's quicker than
laying them down. Check
after 10 minutes. Cool on
wire racks, store in airtight
containers for up to 2
weeks.
To freeze, place biscotti
in gallon zipper bags
placing waxed paper
between layers.
Cinnamon and sugar
may be sprinkled on top of
Biscotti logs before baking
or you can dip in or frost
with melted chocolate
afterwards.
NOTE: Before slicing
biscotti for their second
bake, spritz with water and
wait 5 minutes. No more


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The hope and promise of a better, more enjoyable life


W inning the game
of life starts with
the self-discovery
of our true gifts and
talents. Then we must
practice a lot to perfect
those gifts and talents.
There is a genius with
unlimited potential living
inside each of our souls
since birth, yearning to be
set free. Privilege, wealth,
breeding, education or
experience doesn't have a
lot to do with true success
and happiness in life.
Until we go inside and
find the fullness of who we
were destined to be, bring
it out and set it free, we
will always have a hunger
that hasn't been filled.
Everyone living on earth
has been given 24 hours
each day to use in our
quests for survival and
accomplishment. Why is it
that a few people have all
the money and time they
need, while many are
constantly struggling and
never have enough time?
The answer to this
question is that truly
happy people live by
universal time rather than
the 24-hour clock.
In other words, we either


.,,, to run your life for you.
This is the world of "quick
S, fixes."
S ._ When we watch televi-
: sion we are constantly
bombarded with compa-
, nies offering miracle cures
and quick fixes for every-
thing from hair loss to flat
S\ feet. Then they tell us
S0 about the possible side
effects for using their
products, which, most of
JAMES TUCKER the time, are scarier than
The Spirit Guide the benefits described.
What, in universal sake
let the outer mental, are we doing to ourselves?
physical world and people What kind of life is this?
run our lives for us, or we There is a far better and
find a way to go inside and greater way to live.
begin to get in touch with What is it? It is learning
our "true self." to live by universal time,
Living by the world clock rather than by earthly
is a lot like living on a- time. You can't see a child
treadmill, moving faster growing every day. Mea-
and faster and getting sure it every six months
nowhere fast. No matter and it's grown 2-, 3-inches
how much time or or more. You can't see a
resources we have, it is tree in the yard growing
never enough. Most of us every day. Measure it every
move too fast in life. Are year and it has grown
you in a hurry most of the maybe 5 feet or more. In
time? Do you have nature things unfold in
patience? universal time. Like
If you answered no to mother earth. She moves
either or both of these forward toward the future,
questions you are allowing but lives one day at a time.
the world or other people She doesn't try to speed up
and get to next week today


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or stop and go backward,
trying to relive the past.
It's a full-time job living
one day at a time, as the
old song says. The process
starts when we get stressed
or burned out to the point
where we let life spin out
of control and want to run
away or give up or we
break down, physically,
mentally or emotionally.
Have you ever been
there? Are you there now?
When this happens, it is
the universe's way of
slowing us down. The
finest horse can only run
one quarter of a mile at full
speed before it begins to
tire and slow down.
What makes you think
that you can ignore
spiritual and universal
laws and keep on the fast
track without pain, strug-
gle or burnout? The
answer and solution to a
life out of control is
surrender to the universe
and a higher power. To do
this requires patience,
trust and faith in some
power greater than our-
selves. The best teacher of
this principle is a garden.
The first thing we do is
let go of all the negativity
and trash to make room


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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

The South Brevard
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Saturday, March 3 at the


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Those interested in
exploring membership
are invited to attend.
For reservations and
directions, call (321) 727-
0215 or (321) 773-2949.


for new life. This is true in
a garden, our homes or
lives. Next, we have to
make a plan. We have to
know what new creations
we want.
Then, like in the garden,
the seeds are planted,
watered, covered up and
surrendered. Then we
wait. We don't go out every
day and dig the seeds up
to see if they are growing.
This would kill them. This
creates patience, trust and
faith in the higher power.
We don't grow the crop.
The universe grows the
crop.
Deep inside every seed
or idea living in the heart
is a desire to take root and
grow. The roots are the
blessing and connection
between the physical seed
and the source or soil.
Without the universal
blessing of the roots the
seed will not grow. The
same is true in life. No
matter what it is we want,
there must be a universal
blessing on the idea or
dream if it is to come to
life.
The promised land is our
higher self. When we
surrender to it, we become
like children again. Now
we are having more fun.
We have created new
spiritual values and better
ways to run our lives. We
have finally gotten off the
treadmill. We have become
more loving, peaceful and
healthier. We don't need
"quick fixes" anymore
because we are now
healthy. We have more
time to do the things we
truly love.
Our true needs are more
spiritual by nature than
earthly. Because we have
more energy, our creative
capacity increases and our
finances improve. We
become more sponta-


neous and take time for
simple pleasures.
Most of all, we are now
happy with ourselves. We
wake up each morning
with gratitude in our
hearts and take a little
time, to meditate and do
our daily affirmations.
Next, we eat a healthy
breakfast to fill up our gas
tank and give us energy for
the days' activities. Then
we take action on the top
priorities we need to
address first. The small
stuff can wait for later.

Soul to soul

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by this column please tell
your family and friends.
It is on the Web. Type in
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Counselors/Advice on the
left menu and the Spirit'
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up. I also do private
readings, life coaching,
home and office parties
and inspirational group
talks. Volume 3 of the last
year and a half of
columns is now,available
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Until next time, never
give up on your dream,
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passion. Go inside, trust
the universe, open your
heart, set it free and keep
on keeping on.

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live our lives by.
When considering the
source of the message, it is
best to go directly to.the
source.
Early in the Bible we find
that we were created. But
that's not all. We were
created in the image of God.
Don't miss that. God is the
very one whose message we
should be getting.
The problem is that many
people have taken some-
body else's opinion on what
that message is and have
never checked it out at the
source. That is why we must
again consider the message,
because it is very likely that
what we thought it was isn't
it at all.
For instance, it would be
impossible to sit down and


read the good book for
ourselves and not realize
that the overwhelming
message is that God loves us
and he wants to prosper us
and to save us in every way.
Now if you listen to
people, even those who you
feel are religious, you might
not actually you probably
won't get that message. I
have yet to figure out why
people seem to attribute the
bad things to God.
People say things like,
"God must have done this
bad thing to me to teach me
a lesson."
But if we go to the source,
the book of James tells us
that the Lord is unversed in
evil things.
In other words, God
doesn't treat us like that.


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God loves us and wants His
best for us. It's all a matter of
the message you are
hearing.
There is an account in
Exodus where God has just
released his chosen people
from captivity in Egypt.
They had to travel through
the desert to get to the
Promised Land.
The scripture says, "God
did not lead them on the
road through the Philistine
country, though that was
shorter."
There are entire organiza-
tions that have built
philosophies about God
from that scripture, saying
that if God wanted his
people in the Promised
Land, he would have taken :
them the shortest way, so
they say that God must
want them to languish
awhile in the wasteland.
But ifyou keep reading
the nlext line in this account,
you can feel the truth.
God said, "If they face war,
they might change their
minds and return to Egypt."
See, God was just trying to
take care of them, to keep
them out of harm's way.
They weren't in battle mode
yet; they had just come from
getting beaten in Egypt.
God's heart was to protect
them. That's his message.
Itwas God's plan to get
them to the Promised Land
the safest and quickest way
possible, and that's his plan
for us as well.
Only out of considering
his message can we under-
stand our vision. God has a
vision burning on the inside
of each and every one of us,
but we can only accurately
begin to understand it when
we realize the safety we can
find in the one who placed it
there.
This is life.
Get the message.

Jason Linkous is the
executive pastor ofNew Life
Christian Fellowship, 6755 S.
Washington Ave. in
Titusville. Contact him at
www.findnewlife.com. '


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FRIDAY, MARCH 2

Dedication: A dedica-
tion to B. Frank Brown, the
90-year-old curator of
Valkaria Tropical Gardens
and former Brevard Public
Schools principal and
superintendent, will be at
5:30 p.m. at Melbourne
High School on Babcock
Street. Senators Bill Nelson
and Lloyd Soughers will
make presentations.
Space Coast Home
Show: Home, garden and
lifestyle services show. 3-8
p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 8
p.m. Saturday, March 3
and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sun-
day, March 4 at the Cocoa
Expo Center at the Holiday
Inn, 1-95 at SR 520, Cocoa.
Frank Bielec of TLC's
"Trading Spaces" will be
there all three days.
+ Used book sale:
Through March 4, Mel-
bourne Library, 540 E. Fee
Ave., Melbourne. Hours: 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and
Saturday, and 1-3 p.m.
Sunday. Sunday is $2 a bag
day. Information: (321)
952-4514.
Banquet deadline:
Today is last day to reserve
a spot at the Schlomo Fleis-
chmann banquet at 6:30
p.m. Saturday, March 17, at
Temple Israel. Cost: $36
person. Reservations: (321)
676-0229. Sponsor: Brevard
Chapter of Hadassah. '
Train, toy Show: 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at Azan Shrine
Center, 1591 W. Eau Gallie
Blvd., Melbourne. Admis-
sion: $5 adults, free for
'children younger than 10.
Information: (321) 267-
3622 or (321) 757-0265.
Yankee speaks: Former
New York Yankee Ed Levey
Whitney speaks to Brevard
Antiques and Collectors
Club at 10 a.m. Friday,
March 2, at Suntree/Viera
Library. Information:


Linda, (321) 752-4610.
Welcome Wagon:
Satellite Beach club meets
at 10:30 a.m. at Satellite
Beach Library, 751 Jamaica
Blvd. Slate of officers to be
presented. Program: Rep-
resentative from The
Haven. Information:
Dorothy Washburn, (321)
777-7041.
Fundraiser sale: Spon-
sored by Titusville Garden
Club, 4-7 p.m. at 5275 Sis-
son Road, Titusville. Fea-
tures baked goods, cloth-
ing, and old and new
items. Proceeds support
community projects.
Florida Ancient
Muster: Noon on grounds
of Holiday Inn, 1300 N.
Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach.
Hosted by Marlborough
Junior Ancient Fife &
Drum Corps. Commemo-
rates the last naval battle
of the Revolutionary War.
People from several states
will participate. Free to
view. Information: Bruce
Syarto at imbacatrollo@aol
or (321) 242-2355.
+ 22nd Chowder Cook-
Off: 6 p.m., Cruise Termi-
nal 4, Port Canaveral. Tick-
ets: $15 advance, $1ro0 at
door. Includes tasting of
all entries and hors d'oeu-
vres. Cash bar. Informa-
tion: Cocoa Beach Area
Chamber, (321) 459-2200
or visit
www.cocoabeachcham-
ber.com.
* Teen night: 7:30-10
p.m. Sandrift Community
Center, 585 N. Singleton
Ave., Titusville. Free food,
drinks, music and games.
For grades 7-12. Sponsored
by Brevard County Parks
and Recreation Depart-
ment. Information: (321)
264-5105.

SATURDAY, MARCH 3

* Rummage sale: 8 a.m.


to 1 p.m., Merritt Assembly
of God, 165 N. Grove St.,
Merrit Island. Information:
(321) 454-4263.
+ Fundraiser sale: Spon-
sored by Titusville Garden
Club, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
5275 Sisson Road, Titusville.
Features baked goods,
clothing, and old and new
items. Proceeds support
community projects.
Car wash: 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. at Armstrong Chiro-
practic Clinic, across from
Lori Wilson Park on High-
way A1A, Cocoa Beach.
Benefits Cocoa Beach High
School groups. Sponsored
by the Cocoa Beach elks
Lodge and Kiwanis Club.
Scout Weekend at Zoo:
9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. today
and Sunday, March 4, at
Brevard Zoo, Wickham
Road, Melbourne. Register
and prepay by Feb. 28.
Cost: $6. Registration:
(321) 254-9453, Ext. 219.
Spring and art craft: 10
a.m. to 5 p.m., streets of
Cocoa Village. Streets
closed to traffic. Features
more than 200 artists and
crafters. Information:
www. cocoavillage.com or
(321) 631-9075.
Devin Bruce benefit:
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Merritt
Island Eagles building, 600
N. Courtenay Pkwy Fea-
tures pork dinner, life and
silent auction. Benefits 3-
year-old boy with bacterial
meningitis. Tickets or
donation information:
Bonnie Johnson, (321) 452-
4258.
* Pet adoptions: 11 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at Pet Supermar-
ket, 125 E. Merritt Island
Causeway. Sponsored by
Central Brevard Humane
Society. Information: (321)
636-3343, Ext. 207.
* Watercolor demon-
stration: Watch Alice
Ahrens paint a toucan 1
p.m. at Cashin's Corner,


1910 Municipal Lane, Mel-
bourne. Information: (321)
777-6872.
* Journey Doll work-
ship: 1-3 p.m. at Beach
Culture 101 Gallery, 222 N.
First St., Cocoa Beach.
Cost: $35, includes basic
supplies; bring extra
charms; trinkets, flat
stones, shells or special
beads. Instructor: Lyn Keil.
Learn bead embroidering
and embellishing tech-
niques as you make a doll
from fabric, beads and
charms. Registration and
information: (321) 917-
5788 or www.beachcul-
turel 01.com.
* Spaghetti/cake auc-
tion: 6-8:30 p.m. Saturday,
March 3, at 1145 Creel St.,
Melbourne. Bring a cake
and enjoy a spaghetti din-
ner. Cost of admission is a
cake to donate. Informa-
tion: (321) 259-7250. Spon-
sored by the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints.
* Tornado fundraiser:
The Titusville Playhouse
will perform a benefit con-
cert for tornado victims in
neighboring counties.
"Voices to the Rescue" will
be at 7:30 p.m. at the Play-
house in the Emma Parrish
Theatre, 301 Julia St.,
Titusville. Tickets are $10.
Information: (321) 268-
1125.
* Mardi Gras square
dance: 8 p.m. at Satellite
Beach Civic Center, 565
Cassia Blvd., Satellite
Beach. Wear costumes or
square dance attire. Hosted
by Allemanders Square
Dance Club. John Saunder
is caller. Bev Landwehr cues
the rounds. Cost: $4. Infor-
mation: (321) 777-4418.

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Calendar
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* Spring and art craft: 10
a.m. to 4 p.m., streets of
Cocoa Village. Streets
closed to traffic. Features
more than 200 artists and
crafters. Information:
www. cocoavillage.com or
(321) 631-9075.
* Spaghetti and meat-
balls dinner: Noon to 5
p.m., Italian-American Club
of South Brevard, 1471
Cypress Ave., Melbourne.


Includes salad, bread,
dessert, beverage. Music by
J.R. Sounds. Cost: $7.50
adults and $3.50 for chil-
dren younger than 12.
Information: (321) 242-
8044.
* Musical Jouney
through Florida: 2 p.m.
Central Brevard Library, 308
Forrest Ave., Cocoa. With
Chris Kahl. Free. Informa-
tion: (321) 633-1792.

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a.m. at Temple Israel, 7350
Lake Andrew Drive, Viera.
Bring lunch; dessert and
beverages provided. Pro-
gram: Acupuncture. Infor-
mation: (321) 636-3484.
Travel film: "Brazil:
Heart of South America"
presented at 1:30 and 7
p.m. at Cocoa Beach Public
Library, 550 N. Brevard
Ave. Free. Information:
(321) 868-1104. Sponsor:
Library's Friends.
Cribbage play: 6:15
p.m. Monday, Merritt
Island Towers Condomini-
um Club. Nine-game tour-
nament using American
Cribbage Club rules. Spon-
sored by Gassroots Club
336 and Space Coast Peg-
gers. Information: (321)
459-5358 or (321) 632-
2088.

TUESDAY, MARCH 6

History Guild
meeting: 10 a.m. at Bre-
vard Museum of History
and Natural Science, 2201
Michigan Ave., Cocoa.
Speaker: Walter Smith on
National Railway Histori-
cal Society. Information:
(321) 632-1830.
Spying on America:
With former FBI agent Tom
Kimmel at 7 p.m. in Cocoa
Beach Public Library, 550
N. Brevard Ave. Free.
Information: (321) 868-
1104. Sponor: Library's
Friends.
Database program:
"Research Using English
Databases" presented by
Sheila Winkelspecht at 7
p.m. in Hannemann
Room, Titusville Public
- Library, 2121 S. Hopkins
Ave. Information: (321)
383-8486. Sponsor:
Genealogical Society of
North Brevard.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7
College Daze: Educa-
tion and college fair, 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. in lobby of
Administrative and Gener-


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Labor of Love Honoree... Michele Reid
Michele Reid received the Wuesthoff Brevard
Hospice & Palliative Care's "Labor of Love" award
for acting as caregiver to her husband, Peter. Mr.
Reid, a Naval Reserve officer was seriously injured
in a mortar attack in Iraq. Mrs. Reid was honored
with the award January 19. Michele was nominated
by her mother Pat Ralph.
SNomincate a deserving
caregiver you know.
Caregivers of chronically ill persons or those
with disabilities are generous, compassionate
individuals who care for family members or
Friends. These caregivers are "on-call" 24-
hours a day, 7 days a week. To nominate a
4 caregiver, please provide the name, address,
and phone number of the individual you wish
to recognize and a one-page explanation of
why you feel they deserve the award.

Wuesthoff Brevard Hospice & Palliative. Care, Hometown News, Lite Rock 99.3FM
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individuals and their "Labor of Love."
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al Instruction Building at
the Brevard Community
College Palm Bay Campus,
250 Community College
Parkway. About 25 Florida
colleges and universities
available. Information:
(321) 433-5248.
Ballroom Dancing: 1-4
p.m. at Palm Bay Commu-
nity Center, 1502 Port Mal-
abar Blvd. N.E. Live music
by Joe Cotti and the
Regents. Cost: $3. Informa-
tion: (321) 952-3443.
Paralegal meeting:
Brevard Paralegal Associa-
tion of Florida meets at 6
p.m. in Imperial's Hotel
and Convention Center,
Viera. Information: (321)
452-3316.
Seat check: Child safe-
ty seat seminar set 6-8 p.m.
at Cocoa Extension Office,
3695 Lake Drive. Spon-
sored by Brevard County
Agriculture and Extension
Service. Information: (321)
952-4536, Ext. 25.
+ Heisey Glass: Nick
Maglio will talk about
Heisey Glass to Brevard
Antiques and Collectors
Club at 7 p.m. Thursday,
March 8, in Eau Gallie
Library, Melbourne. Infor-
mation, Linda, (321) 752-
4610.
Waterfalls of the
World: Slide show by Frank
Perkins at 7 p.m. at West
Melbourne Public Library,
2755 Wingate Blvd. Free.
Information: (321) 952-
4508.

THURSDAY, MARCH 8

+ Fashion Show:
Titusville Christian
Women's Connection's
"Wearin' o' the Green"
brunch and show set 10 to
11:30 p.m. at Royal Oak
Country Club, 2150 Coun-
try Club Drive, Titusville.
Fashions by Dress Barn of
Viera. Music by Sarah,
Anna and Rachel Renner of
Titusville. Speaker: Marcia
Trego of Sarasota. Cost:
$12.50. Reservations by
March 5 by calling (321)
267-4128. Free nursery.
Happiness lecture:
"How Happy is Happy"
with gerontologist Mary
Kay Kantz at 1 p.m. at
Cocoa Beach Public
Library, 550 N. Atlantic
Ave. Free. Free. Informa-
tion: (321) 868-1104.
* Graphicstudio lecture:
1 p.m. Brevard Museum of
Art and Science, 1463
Highland Ave., Melbourne.


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Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Melbourne resident Winnie Laycock arranges candy in
the gift shop at Holmes Regional Medical Center last
week. Ms. Laycock has been a volunteer for nearly 19
years.


With Deli Sacilotto, direc-
tor of research and current
consultant on special proj-
ects. Free.

ONGOING EVENTS

Chinese calligraphy
and painting class/mah-
jong: Chinese calligraphy
and painting class offered
from 2-3:30 p.m. Tuesday
.at D6cor East. Cost is $20 a
month. Attendees can
bring their own tools or
use available tools. Mah-
jong classes also are
offeredlO a.m. to noon Fri-
days. Mah-jdng classes are
free, but those interested
must register by Thursday
each week, as four people
are needed to play. D6cor
East is at 1921 Alma Drive,
Melbourne. For informa-
tion, call (321) 953-3717.
Farmer's market: A
farmer's market will be 8
a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday in
old downtown Eau Gallie.
For information, call (321)
255-3382 or visit www.old-
eaugalliefarmersmarket. co
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Farmer's market: A
farmer's market will be 8
a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday in
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call (321) 298-1387 or visit
www. melbournefarmers-
market.com.
Florida Historical
Society: Research library
that includes exhibits of
Florida history, historical
documents and a book
and gift shop. Runs in con-
junction with the Florida
Historical Society, and is at
435 Brevard Ave. in Cocoa
Village. Open from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m.. on Tuesday
through Saturday. For
information, call (321)
690-1971.
Brevard Community
College Planetarium and
Observatory: The BCC
planetarium and observa-
tory on BCC's main cam-
pus, 1519 Clearlake Road,
Cocoa, is open to the pub-
lic 1:30-4:30 p.m. Wednes-
days, and 6:30-10:30 p.m.
Friday and Saturdays. The
rooftop observatory is
open and free of charge
7:30-10 p.m. Friday and
Saturday. The exhibits are
always free of charge.
Admissions vary for the
planetarium, movies and
laser shows. For informa-
tion, call (321) 433-7373.
u Brevard Zoo: Located
at 8225 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne. Open seven
days a week (closed
Thanksgiving day and
Christmas day) 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. with last admission at
4:15 p.m. For information,
call (321) 254-9453 or visit
www.brevardzoo.org.
Coffee break: Commu-
nity Church of the
Nazarene offers free coffee
and doughnuts at 9:30 and
11:30 a.m. second and
fourth Tuesdays of the
month at 400 Crockett
Blvd., Merritt Island. For
information call (321) 452-
4915.
Enchanted Forest
Nature Sanctuary: A 393-
acre coastal hardwood for-
est and sanctuary at 444
Columbia Blvd., Titusville
(State Road 405). The sanc-
tuary is open 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. daily. Admission is
free. For information, call
(321) 264-5185.
Erna Nixon Park and
Nature Center: Erna Nixon
Park and Nature Center,
1200 Evans Road, Mel-
bourne, is a 54-acre natu-
ral Florida hammock and
nature preserve, featuring
an elevated boardwalk and
trails. A nature center hosts
exhibits. Guided tours are
available, throughout the
year. For information, call
(321) 952-4525.
Malabar Scrub Sanc-
tuary: A 345-acre preserve
on the north side of Mal-
abar Road next to the fire
station, with hiking, horse-
back riding, biking and
wildlife observation. For
information, call the Envi-
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Melbourne ladies softball off to rocky start


Consistency the
key for Lady
Bulldogs

BY ROB SHELBURNE
Sports writer
In a perfect world, tal-
ent plus experience
would always equal suc-
cess.
In the imperfect world
of high school sports, the
variables often add up to
frustration.
Third-year Melbourne
High School softball
coach Ed Lietz guided a
young Melbourne High
School Lady Bulldogs
softball team to a 14-14
season last year and a
spot in the regional quar-
terfinals.
With eight starters
returning to this year's
squad, three of them sen-
iors, and a host of talent-
ed underclassmen filling
out his roster, one would
figure the next step is a
serious run at a state
championship.
Off to a 3-3 start to the
2007 season, things are
beginning to look eerily
similar for Lietz.
"We have to get to play-
ing at a higher level,"


Lietz said prior to Mel-
bourne's 9-2 loss to Mer-
ritt Island at home
Feb.22. "It's nothing dras-
tic; it's early, but we have
to hit more consistently
and show more disci-
pline."
A look at the box score
of the Merritt Island game
illustrates the Lady Bull-
dogs' dilemma.
Lietz's team managed
just four hits against the
Mustangs and committed
four errors on the night
Despite the slapdash
showing against Merritt
Island, Lietz believes that
his squad is built for the
stretch run.
"Our defense is solid.
The leadership is there,
and the chemistry is
good," he said. "But the
better pitching is getting
us. We just have to be
more consistent overall."
Lietz points to the sen-
ior leadership of ace
hurler and co-captain
Tiffani Bishop (3-3) and
the surprise play of bat-
tery mate Theresa
Devine, the team's lone
freshman, as reasons to
remain optimistic.
"Tiffani has definitely
kept us in games," he
said. "And Theresa has
stepped in and just done


Lady Bulldogs
sophomore
Amanda Archer
(No. 2) barrels into
home plate during
Melbourne's 8-1
victory over the
Astronaut War
Eagles Feb. 20. The
Lady Bulldogs take
on Bayside High
School tonight at
7:15 p.m.





Lukas Harden for
Hometown News


a phenomenal job at
catcher."
Senior shortstop and
co-captain along with
Bishop, Maddie Culver
doesn't believe it is time
to hit the panic button.
"Except for the Eau Gal-
lie game, our hitting has
been strong," Culver said
minutes before taking the
field versus Merritt
Island. "We need to work
on hitting the junk pitch-
es. We've been very anx-
ious and swing at stuff we
shouldn't. We have been


strong to the last inning.
We have a good season
ahead of us and we will
get stronger as the year
goes on."
Melbourne was shutout
10-0 by Eau Gallie back
on Feb. 16. The Lady Bull-
dogs were held to one hit
by Commodores' ace Ash-
ley Fritz and committed
two errors in the game.
Melbourne will hope to
get back on track tonight
as the Bayside Lady Beats
(6-1) come to town. First
pitch is set for 7:15 p.m.


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The Brevard County Man-
atees announced Feb. 14
that John Tamargo will
return for a second stint as
field manager for the 2007
season.
Tamargo last managed the
Manatees in 2005 before'
taking over as manager of
the Durham Bulls of the
Carolina League.
A veteran baseball coach,
Tamargo has coached at the
major league and minor
league level for nearly 25
years, beginning with the
Miami Marlins of the Flori-
da State League in 1982. He
went on to spend 11 years in
the New York Mets' organi-
zation and has a lifetime
record of 976-937.
In a press release, Mana-
tees' general manager Buck
Rogers said the team is for-
tunate to have Tamargo
back.
"John's wealth of Major
League experience will be a
huge compliment to this


young Brewers farm team.
He brings an intensity and
love for the game that is
unrivaled anywhere in base-
ball."
The Manatees also
announced Fred Dabney
will return for a third season
as the Manatees' pitching
coach, and Ken Berry will
debut as hitting coach.
Dabney played in 11
minor league seasons with
the White Sox, Cubs and
Yankees organizations. This
will be his seventh season as
a minor league pitching
coach.
A Gold Glove winner in,
1970 and 1972, Berry broke
into the major leagues with
the White Sox in 1962. He
went on to play for the
Angels, Brewers and Indians
and was a member of the
1967 American League All-
Star team.
The Manatees open the
2007 season April 5 against
the Daytona Cubs at Space
Coast Stadium inViera.
First pitch is set for 7 p.m.


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BCC began the final round six shots
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Led by sophomore David Johnson's
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mid-20s to cut the deficit to four shots
by days end, coming up just short of
Faulkner's 36-hole total of 615.
Johnson's total of 150 on the 6,920-
yard, Par-72 Rock Creek Country Club
was tops for BCC and good enough for
a tie for third place.
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Faulkner State Invitational, 36
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Fairhope, Ala., Feb. 17-18
Top team finishes
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Panthers stage comeback to fin-
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The Florida Tech men's golf team
rebounded from a poor opening round
in which no Panther broke 80 to post
second- and- third-round scores of 288,
289 and grab third place in the St.
Edwards Spring Invitational Feb. 18-20
in Austin Texas.
Seniors Jeff Wittup and Anthony
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comeback with a pair of 69's in round
two on Austin's 6,861-yard Par-72 Lake
Cliff Country Club course. Wittup fol-
lowed with another 69 on the final day,
and senior Justin Reiger added a 68 to
help the Panthers' cause.
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medallists honors.
St. Edward's Spring Invitational,
Feb. 18-20, Lake Cliff Country Club,
Austin, Texas, 54 holes
Top team finishes
1. St. Edwards University 897; 2.
Barry University, 900; 3. Florida Tech,
908; 4. Northeastern State University,
911; 5. Central Oklahoma University, 916
Top Florida Tech finishes
Jeff Wittup, 226, T10; Justin Reiger,
228, T15; Anthony Klingensmith, 228,
T15; Dan Moline, 237, T35.
Prep sports
Feb.19
Tennis (boys)
Eau Gallie 5, Osceola 2 SIN-
GLES: Jamol Umerov (OSC) def. Wag-
ner Chilan 6-1, 6-0; Andy Bankert (EG)
def. Evan Gursky 6-3, 6-0; Alex Pinter
(EG) def. Charlie Pfieffer 6-0, 6-0;
Dilesh Patidar (EG) def. Joshua Mao-
rain 6-2, 6-1; Ethan Minner (EG) def.
Mario Hogan 6-1,-6-0. DOUBLES:
Umerov/Gursky (OSC) def. Chilan/Pati-
dar 8-2; Bankert/Pinler (EG) def. Pfeif-
fer/Morain 6-4. EG: 2-1 OSC: -1
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Basketball (boys)
Class 3A, Region 2, quarterfinal,
Tampa
FAA 67, Berkley Prep 57 FAA:
Richards Kulsiks, 27 pts; Ben Eblen, 16
pts; Gilberto Clavell, 15 pts. BP: Archie
Barnes, 21 pts; Austin Suarez, 15 pts;
Zak Kazanski, 11 pts. FAA: 213-4 BP:
22-7
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GLES: Samantha Logue def. Kelsea
Fitzpatrick 6-0, 6-0; Jessica Schmitz
def. Kendall McMullin 6-0, 6-0; Aida
Chilan def. Kyla Berrier 6-0, 6-0; Aman-
da Migliore def. Aileen DelRio 6-0, 6-0;
Lindsey Beasy def. Shaquira Evans 8-
0. DOUBLES: Logue Chilan def. Fitz-
patrick/McMullin 8-1; Migliore/Beasy
def. Berrier/Evans 8-0. EG: 2-0 PB: 0-2
Tennis (boys)
Eau Gallie 7, Palm Bay 0 SIN-
GLES: Andrew Schilinski def. Shane
Glenn 6-0, 6-0; Andrew Bankert def.
Anthony Sartori 6-0, 6-0; Alex Pinter
def. Tyler Stewart 6-0, 6-0; Dilesh Pati-
dar def. Dan Winters 6-0, 6-0; Ethan
Minner def. Keith Worobey 6-0, 6-1.
DOUBLES: Wagner Chilan/Pinter def.
Worobey/Winters 8-0; Ryan Jones/Min-
ner def. Sartori/Stewart 8-5. PB: 0-3
EG: 2-1
Feb. 21
Tennis (girls)
Merritt Island 5, Melbourne 2 -
SINGLES: Shannon Herd (Ml) def.
Rachel Nohrr 6-4, 6-2; Kaitlin Abdon
(MEL) def. Cara VanHoose 6-2, 7-5;
Bonnie Fotheringham (MEL) def. Krista
Hamilton 6-4, 6-4; Kristen Williams (Ml)
def. Kelsey Gowen 6-1, 7-6 (3); Eileen
Huppert (Ml) def. Ashley Hutchinson 6-
1, 6-2. DOUBLES: Hamilton/Hord (NI)
def. Nohr/Abdonn 8-6;
VanHoose/Williams (Ml) def.
Gowen/Hutchinson 8-4
Tennis (boys)
St.Cloud 6, FAA 1 SINGLES:
Andrew Foshey (SC) def. Marcus
Sussman 6-2, 6-1; Robert Blanchet
(FAA) def. Chiefi Ng 6-3, 6-3; Marco
Murcia (SC) def. Arthur Bender 6-1, 6-
3; Comello Cotumo (SC) def. Luis
Rivera-Perez 6-0, 6-0; Zach Chambers
(SC) def. Henrique DeBrito 6-3, 6-7 (2),
6-3. DOUBLES: Foshey/McKay (SC)
def. Blanchet/Altman 8-6; Murcia/Cotu-
mo (SC) def. Stoehle/Linehan 8-2.
Baseball
Holy Trinity 10, MCC 7 MCC:
Jason Broussard, 2B; Mike Blanke, HR
(2); Billy DeScoli, HR; Steven DeCola,
HR. HT: Ben Johnson, 3B; Taylor
Williams, HR; Stephen Gates, HR; Kyle
Christiano, 2B; Stephen Gates, 2B;
Tommy Auld, 2B. WP: Nick Pittari (1-1)
LP: Phil Pitrowski (n/a) MCC: 3-1 HT: 3-

Feb.22
Lacrosse
MCC 9, Holy Trinity 3 MCC: Rob-
bie Hailks, 5 goals; -Colin Kennedy, 2
goals; Justyn Cole, goal; Tom Wienck-
oski, goal. HT: Anthony Ramirez, goal;
Zan Traversa, goal; Brent Breul, goal.
MCC: 1-0
first LAX goal in MCC school histo-
ry
Tennis (girls)
Holy Trinity 4, MCC 2 SINGLES:
Madeline Jenna (MCC) def. Befansi 8-
5; Megan McWilliams (MCC) def. Katie
Florescu 9-8; Halee Unger (HT) def.
Monique Medina 8-2; Ashley Sichoski
(HT) def. Marissa Woodard 9-7; Aloicia
Rhee (HT) def. Karly Kehres 8-4. DOU-
BLES: Befanis/Florescu (HT) def.
Jenna/McWilliams 8-4. MCC: 0-1 HT:
2-0
Coca Beach 7, Melbourne 0 -
SINGLES: Lakshmi Rao def. Rachel
Nohrr 6-1, 6-0; Anila Rao def. Kaitlin
Abdon 6-0, 6-0; Anna Quincy def. Bon-
nie Fotheringham 6-4, 6-2; Danielle
Karnnbach def. Ashley Butchinson 7-5,
6-1; Clara Dauphinais def. Katie Ziegler
6-1, 6-3. DOUBLES: Rao/Rao def.
Nohrr/Abdon 8-1; Quincy/Dauphinais
def. Fotheringham/
Hutchinson 8-4 MEL: 1-2 CB: 4-0


lan (EG) def. Croswell/Lani 8-6; Mor-
gan/Jones (AHS) def. Migliore/Ander-
son 8-6. EG: 3-0 AHS: 0-3
Tennis (boys)
Holy Trinity 6, MCC 1 SINGLES:
Evan Addington (MCC) def. Krishna
Vasuvedan 8-5; Sam Unger (HT) def.
Matt Kriete 8-0; Jake Hiers (HT) def.
Ryan McGraff 8-0; Jake Shuman (HT)
def. Jeff Congdon 8-0; Carson Wren
(HT) def. Michael Batista 8-4. DOU-
BLES: Vasuvedan/Unger (EG) def.
Addington/Hogan 8-5; Hiers/Schuman
def. Kriete/McGraff 8-1 MCC: 0-1 HT:
3-0
Edgewood 4, FAA 2 SINGLES:
Marcus Sussman (FAA) def. Anderson
Yeh 6-4, 6-7, 7-3, 8-6; Jeffery Allen
(EDG) def. Robert Blanchet 6-0, 6-2;
Reed Caudill (EDG) def. Arthur Bender
6-3, 6-1; Andrew Scheureman (EDG)
def. Luis Rivera-Perez 6-1, 6-1; Juatin
Starnes (EDG) def. Henrique DeBrito
6-2, 6-1. DOUBLES: Bender/Rivera-
Perez (FAA) def.
Scheuereman/Mitchell 8-5. FAA: 0-3
EDG: 1-2
Eau Gallie 7, Astronaut 0 SIN-
GLES: Wagner Chilan def. Alek
Aranyos 6-1, 6-1; Andy Bankert def.
Evan Maroney 6-0, 6-0; Alex Pinter def.
John Gandy 6-1, 6-1; Ethan Minner
def. Tyler Howard 6-0, 6-3; Dilesh Pati-
dat def. Anzo Velez 6-0, 6-0. DOU-
BLES: Chilan/Schilinski def.
Aranyos/Gandy 8-2; Bankert/Pinter
def. Maronet/Howard 8-0. EG: 4-1
AHS: 0-4
Cocoa Beach 6, Melbourne 1 -
SINGLES: Barrett bell (CB) def. A.J.
Nohrr 6-0, 6-0; Evan MacDonald (CB)
def. Chad Sandberg 6-2, 6-1; Eugene
Wong (CB) def. Greg Zimmerman 6-0,
6-1; Eric Schleicher (MEL) def. Vinny
Puleo 6-4, 6-2; Joel Heagy (CB) def.
Jason Panzarino 6-4, 6-7, 6-1. DOU-
BLES: Bell/MacDonald (CB) def.
Nohrr/Zimmerman 8-1; Wong/Puleo
(CB) def. Sandberg/Schleicher 8-3.
MEL: 3-1 CB: 3-0
Softball
Eau Gallie 11, Palm Bay 0 EG:
Nicole Adams, 2B; Ashley Fritz, 3B;
Christine Conradis, 3B. WP: Ashley
Fritz (n/a) LP: Mercedes Aquafredda
(3-2) EG: 7-2 PB: 3-2
Merritt Island 9, Melbourne 2 -
Ml: Mary-Ellen Pitkowski, 2B; Danielle
Backer, 2B, 3B. WP: Daniele Backer
(n/a) LP: Tiffani Bishop (3-3) MEL: 3-3
Feb.24
Class 3A, Region 2, champi-
onship game at Melbourne Central
Catholic High School
FAA, 58, Bishop Verot 40 FAA:
Rihards Kulsiks, 25 pts; Gilberto
Clavell, 11 pts. BV: Chris Scanlan, 13
pts. FAA: 23-3 BV: 24-6
Softball
Temple Christian 11, Brevard
HEAT 1 (5 innings) BH: Nicole
Apsey, 2B. WP: Stephanie Salazar (2-
1) LP: Amy LaFontaine (1-1) BH: 1-1
TC: 2-1
Bishop Moore Catholic Chal-
lenge, game 1
MCC 12, Holy Trinity 7 MCC:
Lauren Zinsmeister, 2B; Angie Dascoli,
2B; Jessica Green, 3B; Rachel Phelan,
3B. WP: Savannah McMillan (4-4)
Bishop Moore Catholic Chal-
lenge, game 2
MCC, 7 Bishop Moore 6 MCC:
Jessica Green, 22B; 3B. WP: Savan-
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plays, classes, murder
mystery dinner shows,
events and experimental
theater throughout the
year. For information, call
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Saturday at Fletcher
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Senior dance: A dance
is scheduled 1 to 4 p.m.
Wednesday at the Palm
Bay Community Center,
1502 Port Malabar Blvd.
Dances feature music by
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Cost is $3 a person. For
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Corey Road, Valkaria. Is
open on select weekends
throughout the year. Guid-
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free. For information, call
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Prep sports

Melbourne High School

Baseball
March 2 vs. Centennial,
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March 8 at Cocoa Beach,
6p.m.
March 9 at Eau Gallie,
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March 9 at Brevard
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Eau Gallie High School

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March 8 vs. Astronaut,
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March 9 vs. Melbourne,
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March 12 vs. Cocoa,
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March 9 vs. Vero Beach,
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Baseball
March 5 vs.
Orangewood, 4 p.m.
March 6 at John Carroll,
6 p.m.
March 8 at Temple
Christian, 4 p.m.

Ball kids wanted
The MIMA Foundation
will have tryouts for "ball
kids" at the Kiwi Tennis
Club in Indian Harbour
Beach, March 11 at 2 p.m.
Ball kids are responsible
for ball handling and inter-
action with players during
the USTA Pro Circuit Ten-
nis Tournament May 6-13,
at the Kiwi Tennis Club.
Participants between the
ages of 10-15 are requested
to have a general knowl-
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Ball kids are responsible
for retrieving balls and
assisting players on the
court. They also provide
towels, water and shade
during the changeovers.
For information regard-
ing tryouts, contact Tracy
Almeda-Singian at (321)
537-2636.
For MIMA Foundation
Pro Tennis Classic sponsor-
ship opportunities, ticket
purchases, or to make a
donation to the founda-
tion, contact Holly Baney,
Executive Director, at (321)
698-0888 or visit the MIMA
Foundation website at
www.mimafoundation.org.
Tornado games
Satellite High School will
have the third annual
North vs. South faculty
basketball and volleyball
games March 10 from 2-5
p.m. at the Satellite High
School gym at 300 Scorpi-
on Court in Satellite Beach.
The suggested donation
is $10 for adults and $5 for
children.
All proceeds will benefit
the Volusia County School
District and tornado sur-
vivors in Volusia County.
For information, contact
Linda Rodriguez at (321)
868-6670 ext. 2301

Discount golf
Brevard County Parks
and Recreation offers dis-
count golf rates on all three
county courses through its
Discount Green Fee Card
and the annual Advance
Green Fee Card.
For an annual cost of
$65, the discount card
offers a free round of golf
with cart, discounts of up
to 40 percent on green
fees, and a 10 percent dis-
count on pro shop items.
The green fee card offers
unlimited rounds of golf
for a full year at all three
county courses for $577.
The offer also includes
an additional 10 percent
discount on pro shop pur-
chases.
For information, visit the
pro shops or the Web site
a t
www.golfspacecoast.com.

Local colleges

Florida Tech

Baseball
March 2 vs. Palm Beach
Atlantic, 2:30 p.m.
March 3 vs. Palm Beach


Atlantic (DH), noon
March 5 vs. Concordia
College (NY), noon
March 6 vs. Felician
College (NJ), 2 p.m.

Golf (men)
March 4-6 Panther
Invitational, Duran Golf
Club, Viera
Golf (women)
March 8-10 NIU
Springlake Classic,
Springlake Country
Club, Sebring

Softball
March 2 vs. Lynn
University, 2 p.m.
March 3 vs. Lynn
University, (DH), 1 p.m.
March 5 atValdosta
State University, (DH), 5p.m.
March 6 at Albany State
University, (DH), 1 p.m.
March 7 at West Georgia
College (DH), 3 p.m.
March 9-10 Clark
Atlanta Tournament,
Lithonia, Ga.

BCC

Golf (men)
March 5-6 Panther
Invitational, Duran Golf
Club, Viera

Senior softball
The Clem Riesenbeck
Memorial Senior Softball
League is accepting regis-
tration for its
winter/spring season.
Players must be at least
age 50 as of Dec. 31, 2007
to be eligible.
Registration fee is $35 for
a 24-game schedule.
Those interested in regis-
tering for the upcoming
season may contact Dan
Deratany at (321) 777-7770
or alpine@cfl.rr.com, or
call Marty Jacobson at
(321) 591-1315 ormjracob-
son@cfl.rr.com

Adult baseball
Baseball players older
than 48 are needed for a
newwood bat league being
formed in Brevard.
Plans are for two teams
to play on Saturday and
Sunday morning at a loca-
tion to be determined.
Cost will be limited to
purchasing baseballs and
the fee for field rental.
Interested players should
contact Jack Sayles at mag-
netsman@bellsouth. net.

Midnight basketball
A basketball league for


players ages 12-25 is being
formed for Friday nights at
the Grant Street Commu-
nity Center in Melbourne.
There is no cost to partic-
ipate.
For information, call 674-
5723.

Golf tournaments

The Palm Bay Open
The Majors Golf Course
in Bayside Lakes will have
the third annual Palm Bay
Open March 3-4.
Players will be pre-
flighted by handicap for
two days of scratch play
within the flight.
There will also be a pro
division.
Cost is $115 for ama-
teurs, $45 for pass holders,
$175 for professionals.
Price includes greens
fee, cart, prizes and food
after Sunday's round.
Sign up in the Majors golf
shop or call (321) 952-8617
for more information.

4-H golf tournament
The third annual Brevard
County 4-H Foundation
Golf Classic will be March
10 at Suntree Country Club
inViera.
The format is a four-per-
son scramble with an 8
a.m. shotgun start.
Entry fee is $125 per
player and includes a bar-
becue the night before the
tournament catered by
the Cattleman's Associa-
tion and Brevard Farm
Bureau, a gift bag, com-
plimentary on-course
beverages, lunch, prize
drawing and awards cere-
mony.
Each player also will
receive a foursome of com-
plimentary green fees for a
future round at Suntree
Country Club.
All entrants must be 16
years of age by March 10.
All proceeds will go to
enhance programs devel-
oped by the University of
Florida Extension Service
and to support the local 4-
H program.
For information call (321)
633-1702 or visithttp: //bre-
vard.ifas.ufl.edu/golf

Coaches, league organ-
izers, event leaders and
camp directors with news,
stats or announcements,
contact Rob Shelburne at
Shelburne@hometown-
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Play Ball!


James Clark/staff photographer
Chris Marasco of Melbourne installs seats at Space Coast Stadium
Friday as the complex hurries to finish renovations.


Jennifer Tyler/staff photographer
The Space Coast Stadium is currently undergoing remodeling and is expected to be open for Spring training. The
inset was taken in early Dec. 06.


Spruced-up stadium welcomes players and fans


BY MATT O'HERN
Sports writer
For baseball fans, the phrase
"spring training" conjures the
smell of hot dogs, the crack of a
wooden bat, and most impor-
tantly, the sight of a new season.
The Washington Nationals'
spring training officially started
two weeks ago, as pitchers and
catchers arrived in Viera. As
thousands of Washington
Nationals fans join players in the
annual flock to Viera, they'll
notice a few changes to Brevard


County's home for spring train-
ing Space Coast Stadium.
Brevard's premier sports venue
received its own version of an
extreme makeover during the
off-season and appears almost
as new as when it was unveiled
for its first season in 1994. The
improved atmosphere features
new navy blue seats and a layer
'of red paint to the handrails and
stadium exterior.
The facelift was long overdue
after the former tenants, the
Florida Marlins, headed south to
Jupiter and the Nationals (for-


merly the Montreal Expos)
moved into Viera. For four sea-
sons, the stadium kept the Mar-
lins' teal green colors.
Other renovations include a
new roof and a stadium-wide
speaker system. Jack Masson,
who formerly worked as deputy
director for Brevard County
Parks and Recreation, joined the
Nationals as the director of Flori-
da operations this season and
has supervised the stadium's
drastic altering.
The 50-year resident of Brevard
County spent 36 years with Bre-


vard Parks and Recreation and
enjoys his new role with the
team. He considers the latest
changes as strong indications of
the Nationals' commitment to
making Brevard their second
home.
"We want to make the Nation-
als Brevard's team," he said. "I
see a promising future in our
bond with the community."
The Nationals' opening game is
against the Baltimore Orioles on
Saturday, March 3 at 1:05 p.m. on
"Meet your Nationals Day" and
gates open at 11:35 a.m. for fans


to meet players for autographs.
In addition to opening day, the
Nationals play 13 other home
games through the month of
March. Split-squad games will be
played on Sunday, March 4
against the Los Angeles Dodgers,
Thursday, March 12 against the
Detroit Tigers, and Wednesday,
March 28 against Baltimore for
the final home game.
Key players for the Nationals
include outfielder Austin Kearns,
who was acquired from Cincin-

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Washington Nationals list


spring training schedule


Jennifer Tyler/staff photographer
The Space Coast Stadium is currently undergoing remodeling. The front
entrance inset was taken in early Dec. 06.


All home games are played at
Space Coast Stadium in Viera,
located at 5800 Stadium Park-
way. For directions or tickets
call (321) 633-9200

Saturday, March 3 Nation-
als vs. Baltimore Orioles, 1:05
p.m. Meet your Nationals -
Fans can meet Nationals play-
ers, coaches and fans before
the game. All fans receive a free
long-sleeve T-shirt.

* Sunday, March 4 Nationals


vs. Los Angeles Dodgers, 1:05
p.m. Community Appreciation
Day The Nationals recognize
local heroes of Brevard County.

Tuesday, March 6
Nationals vs. Atlanta Braves,
1:05 p.m. Taste of Florida -
Fans can sample a variety of
unique Florida cuisines

Thursday, March 8
Nationals vs. Houston
Astros, 1:05 p.m. Armed Forces
Appreciation Day Troops will


be honored with displays and
presentations throughout the
game.
* Saturday, March 10
Nationals vs. New York Mets,
1:05 p.m. Kids Day First 1,000
kids receive a free bobble head
of "Screech," the Nationals'
official mascot.

Monday, March 12
Nationals. vs. New York Mets,
1:05 p.m. Hispanic Heritage
Day A celebration of the His-


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Community Notes


MIMA offers
diabetes classes

Melbourne Internal
Medicine Associates
announces its upcoming
class schedule.
Classes are at MIMA
offices, 200 Sheridan
Road, Melbourne. For
information, call (321)
725-4500, Ext. 303.
Diabetes classes: 9
a.m. to noon March 15,
22 and 29; 8:30 a.m. to 5
p.m. Saturday, March 31;
9 a.m. to noon April 3, 10
and 17; and 8:30 a.m. to 5
p.m. Saturday, April 28.
Diabetes prevention:
9 a.m. to noon Wednes-
day, March 21; and 9 a.m.
to noon Thursday, April
26.

Beta Sigma Phi
meets March 17

The South Brevard City
Council of Beta Sigma Phi
Sorority has scheduled
the 41st annual Astronaut
Trail Area Luncheon.
It will be at 8:30 a.m.
Saturday, March 17, at
the Imperial's Hotel and
Conference Center, 8298
N. Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne.
The theme will be
"Mardi Gras Magic." The
Cost is $18.
The event features a
competition for the best
shoe-box-size Mardi Gras
float.
For information, call
Jewell Patton at (321)
723-2250.


Titusville class
seeks alumni

The Titusville High School
Class of '97 reunion will be
June 22 to June 24.
The organizers are looking
for classmates. E-mail your
name and address to
thsclassof97reunion@gm
ail. cn.

Ovarian cancer group
meets last Tuesdays

The Ovarian Cancer Sup-
port Group meets from 5-7
p.m. last Tuesdays at the
Eau Gallie Library, 1521
Pineapple Ave., Melbourne.
The group's mission is to
educate Brevard County
women and to provide
support for the survivors of
ovarian cancer and their
families and friends.
For information, call
(321) 784-3772.

Zoo exhibit
targets vultures

Brevard Zoo will open a
vulture exhibit on Satur-
day, March 3.
The exhibit will be open
from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
daily. Admission is free
with zoo admission. The
exhibit, featuring three
species of vultures king,
black and turkey is at the
La Selva loop.
The exhibit features
interactive displays, daily
animal demonstrations
and fun facts. For informa-
tion, call (321) 254-9453 or
visit brevardzoo.org.


To commemorate the
exhibit, the Running Zone
will host a 3K run, "Buz-
zard's Bait," at 7:30 a.m.
Saturday, March 10, at the
zoo. The registration fee is
$25, which includes
admission to the zoo that
day after racing. For race
information, visit
www.runningzone.com.

Class offers taste
of Greek culture

The class, "Taste of
Greece Greek Dancing
and Culture," is offered at
two times by the College
Institute for Business
Training and Community
Education of Brevard
Community College.
The classes will meet 7-8
p.m. Tuesday, March 6 to
April 17, and 1:45-2:45 p.m.
Wednesday, March 7 to
April 18, at the Melbourne
campus, Building 9, 3865
N. Wickham Road.
The cost is $35. For infor-
mation or to register, call
(321) 433-7500 or visit
www.bcctraining.com.
The class introduces stu-
dents to Greek traditions
and culture. The instructor
is Fran Hadjilogiou, who
has 10 years experience as
the artistic director of the
Grecian Odyssey Dancers.

BCC 'College Daze'
education fair March 7

Brevard Community Col-
lege's annual "College
Daze" education and col-
lege fair will be from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday,


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March 7, at the general
instruction building at the
Palm Bay campus at 250
Community College Park-
way.
About 25 colleges and
universities from through-
out Florida are expected to
attend. Students will have
the opportunity to meet
with admissions coun-
selors and recruiters to
learn about programs BCC
offers.
For information, call
(321) 433-5248.

Cleanup kicks
off March 3

The Great American
Cleanup kickoff event is
scheduled 8 a.m. to noon
Saturday, March 3, at
Driskell Heights Park, Palm
Bay.,
This begins three months
of beautification projects
to enhance Brevard Coun-
ty.
Volunteers can check in
at the park pavilion.
The event is sponsored
by Keep American Beauti-
ful and the city of Palm
Bay.
For information, visit
www. keepbrevardbeauti-
ful.com or call Jim at (321)
631-0501.

Vendors needed for
business parade

Vendors are needed to
participate in Brevard
County's first Business
Parade.
The parade is scheduled
during the first Juan Ponce
de Leon Festival, from 2-8
p.m. Sunday, April 15, in
downtown Melbourne.

Stadium
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nati last season, and short-
stop Cristian Guzman.
In 2006, Kearns hit .264
with 24 home runs and 86
RBIs. Guzman was injured
in 2006 but has hit 320
RBIs since joining the
Major League in 1999.
When the Nationals fin-
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by the Florida Puerto
Rican/Hispanic Chamber
of Commerce.
For information, call
(321) 863-5165 for an
application.

Students to compete
in ethics contest

Fourteen area high
schools have committed to
participate in the Florida
Institute of Technology
College of Business 11th
annual High School Busi-
ness Ethics Competition
on Friday, March 9.
Junior and senior high
school students from Bre-
vard and other Central
Florida schools will com-
pete in the event.
A scholarship of at least
$8,000 a year will be
awarded to each member
of the first-place team, and
$6,000 for the second-
place team members.
The event also offers
$500 for first-place team
members, $250 for sec-
ond-place team members,
and $125 for third-place
team members.
Team coaches will be
given $100 for classroom
supplies.
For information, e-mail
Jean Grunke at
jgrunke@fit.edu.

Women veterans
meet March 10

The Women's Army Corps
Veterans Association will
meet at 10 a.m. Saturday,
March 10, at 1080 Hickory
St., Melbourne.
All women veterans are
invited.
For information, call


return to Washington,
D.C., the Brevard County
Manatees, the Advanced-A
minor league affiliate of
the Milwaukee Brewers,
will move in. The Mana-
tees' season home opener
is April 5 against the Day-
tona Cubs.
When Manatees' fans
aren't at the stadium, they
will have an easier time
tracking the team this year.
ESPN Radio's local affiliate,
WIXC 1060-AM and Mel-
bourne's talk radio station,
920-AM, will broadcast a
total of 60 games, in addi-
tion, every game will be
broadcast on the internet
at www. manateesbase-
ball.com. Fans at the game
will be able to tune into a
localized FM signal that
will be broadcast within
the stadium.
The expanded radio cov-
erage and Internet broad-
cast was a transition spear-
headed by Scott Pinner,


Schedule
From page C1
panic community.

Thursday, March 15
Nationals vs. Detroit
Tigers, 7:05 p.m. Nation-
als snapshot day Fans
can take pictures of their
favorite Nationals players.

Sunday, March 18,
Nationals vs. Florida Mar-
lins, 1:05 p.m. Nascar Day
- Tony Stewart's No. 20
racecar and Denny Ham-
lin's No. 11 racecar will be
on display and Nationals
hats will be given to all
adult fans.

* Monday, March 19,
Nationals vs. Los Angeles
Dodgers, 1:05 p.m. Free
Nationals visors given to
all fans

* Wednesday, March
21, Nationals vs. Atlanta
Braves, 7:05 p.m. Youth
Baseball Day Youth


Marilyn Ferraris at (321)
254-3597 or Norma Waters
at (321) 253-1135.

Genealogical society
presents program

The Brevard Genealogi-
cal Society will meet at 9:30
a.m. Monday, March 12, at
the Central Brevard
Library, 308 Forrest Ave.,
Cocoa.
Dee Swink will present a
program on the Great
Philadelphia Wagon Road
and its role in the German
and Scottish-Irish settle-
ment.
Visitors are welcome.
For information, call
(321) 779-1739.

New Millennium
Club meets

The New Millennium
Club will meet at 6:30 p.m.
Monday, March 5, at the
Suntree/Viera Library, 902
Jordan Blass Drive.
This month's topics are
embryonic stem cell
research and the presiden-
tial candidates for 2008.

Collectors discuss
Heisey Glass

The Brevard Antiques
and Collectors Club will
meet at 7 p.m. Thursday,
March 8, at the Eau Gallie
Library, 1521 Pineapple
Ave., Melbourne.
Nick Maglio will discuss
Heisey Glass.
Bring one piece of Heisey
for study and discussion.
For information, call
Linda at (321) 752-4610 for
information.
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the Manatees' new direc-
tor of media relations. Pin-
ner spent the past three
seasons as the lead sports
announcer at Disney's
Wide World of Sports Com-
plex. He will provide the
play-by-play announcing,
while Mark Muzzi provides
color commentary and
Lauren Farrell will report
from the field.
Tickets for spring train-
ing games and Manatees
games are still available.
The ticket office is located
on the North side of the
stadium and is open 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday
through Friday and 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. on Saturdays.
Fans can also purchase
spring training tickets by
calling the box office at
(321) 633-9200 or visiting
www.nationals.com
Manatees tickets can be
purchased online at
www. manateesbaseball. c
om.


baseball players in uni-
form receive a discount
on concession stand food.

Friday, March 23
Nationals vs. Detoit
Tigers, 1:05 p.m. NASA
Day Nationals honor
NASA's achievements.

Saturday, March 24
Nationals vs. St. Louis
Cardinals, 1:05 p.m. Just
Beachy A beach-themed
day at the stadium.

Tuesday, March 27
Nationals vs. New York
Mets, 7:05 p.m. Fourth of
July in March Post-game
fireworks

Wednesday, March
28 Nationals vs. Balti-
more Orioles, 1:05 p.m.
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ANTIQUES: Dry sink w/
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shelves & drawer $350.
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AIR COMPRESSOR-
5hp, 20 Gallon Sanborn
220 Volt. $150. Call
321-952-1247 S. Brev.

AREA RUG: 8X10.5
Alexander Julian. Hi qual.
thck muted grn w/ gry/gld.
$95 321-676-3849 Malab

'BAR STOOLS with
back. $50. Coffee Tables.
$60. 321-673-0673 S.Brv

BARBECUE 33" sq.
Teakwood stand. $25.
321-984-3392 S. Brev.

BED SPREAD & QUILT.
King. $20 both.
772-589-8317 Sebastian

BED: Children's firetruck,
w/mattress, working
lights. Perfect cond. $99
321-426-9114 Melbourne

BED: DbIe. Ik new. mtrs,
bx sprg, frme, bedding.
vry clean. non-smk/pet
$45 321-242-6711 Melb

BED: trundle w/ draws.
sid wd. nat. varnish. incl
1 twn mtrs. ex. cond.
$175 321-259-6829 Melb.

BEDROOM SET: .infant,
3 pc. Bind wd. crib, chg
tbl, 5 drw dresser. $175
321-773-4944 Sat. Bch.

BENCH SEAT (rear) for
Chrysler Mini-Van. Fits
84'-91'. $100 OBO.
321-298-9720 S. Brev.

BIKE, LADIES, white
ocean pacific cruiser,
unwanted gift, $95 obo,
call 321-722-0603.

BIRD CAGE, green pow-
der coated w/wheels, excl
cond, $175. Please call
321-777-8240 So. Brev.

BIRD PLAY STAND:
19Lx14Wx16H. Never
used. $15. Sebastian
772-581-8565


BLACK & DECKER
sander,$10; Lawn Spray-
er, $5; call 321-729-8517.
BOAT DINGHY:, 9 ft. w/
oars. $200. Roseland
772-589-6020.
BUNK BED, day bed,
corner table, chair &
desk. $100 obo.
321-951-2505 S. Brev.
CAMERA: Cannon SLR
T60 w/4 FD lens' $100.
321-254-9753 Melbourne
CANOE 16', fiberglass,
w/ 2 paddles & 2 life jack-
ets. $150. 321-952-3898
or 321-212-9277 S. Brev.
CAR" SEAT, 20-40 Ibs,
Front facing. $5.
321-951-3318 S. Brev.
CAR SEAT, childs $10;
Childs 4 drawer chest
$10; Computer desk $10.
321-777-0511 S. Brev.
CD PLAYER, Onkyo, tu-
ner amp, 2 DCM speak-
ers, 800HM, 175W, $135
obo all. 321-757-6341
CHAIRS: Dining room. 4.
Ivory upholstry. Roll-
backs, very nice. $200.
772-321-6191 Vero
CHAIRS: DINING, set of
4 on caster whis. Wood
frm., neut. pad. $30/set
321-242-2850 Melbourne
CLUBS GOLF (men) 3
wds, bag. reg. $325, sale
$125. Piano, elec. $130.
321-724-4854 S. Brev.
COMPUTER TABLE on
wheels $20 obo. Ceiling
fans (2) $10/ea.
321-728-8418 S. Brev.
COMPUTER wall shelf-
It. wood, app. 67"T. $100.
Fish tank w/ stand. $100.
321-724-5784 S. Brev.
COMPUTER,WINDOWS
XP, a+ condition, $200,
call 321-724-4669.
CRIB, SLEIGH, Sealy
mattress, converts to
bed, $100; Sleigh chang-
ing table, $100.
321-676-5082
CRYSTAL STEMWARE:
& vases, Waterford. $15 -
$20. Office chr. Grey.
$20. 321-757-0797 Melb.
CURIO PINE attractive,
like new. 74" x 20". $199
obo. 321-768-1620 S Brv
DINING BUFFET: Teak,
4'w, 5 draw, 3 shlf, ex.
cond. $99. 321-676-0264
Palm Bay.
DINING RM SET: Rattan
Rect GIs Tbl, 6 chrs $200
obo 321-266-5858 Rock
DINING ROOM SET: Dk
espresso Ldgewd Bistro
Tbl w/leaf, 4 barstls. $150
321-591-9574 Melb


DINNER SET practically
new 8 place $50 OBO.
Desk Chairs (2) $15/ea.
321-773-0814 S. Brev.
DISHES: Wedgewood
sm. 7. all diff. in bxs.
60-70's. $20 ea or all
$115.321-724-1020 PBy
DOLLHOUSE Little
Tikes, blue roof with
loaded accessories. $35.
321-779-8286 S. Brev
DRAPES, BEIGE 104"
W x 84" L (2) & 84" L (3
pr.) + Sheers. $50. 772-
664-1046 Barefoot Bay.
DRYER Maytag
Neptune, electric. Perfect
new condition, $100.
321-917-3989 Melbourne
DRYER/ STOVE, gas,
like new, almond & black,
went electric, $150/both.
321-722-2476 So. Brev.
DVD/VCR $30/ea.,
electric typewriter $30.
Food processors (2) $30/
ea. 321-752-6753 S. Brv.
ENGINE: 305 V8 Chevy.
frm '78 Firebird. Been on
stnd for 4 yrs. $100 obo
321-506-6557 Melb
ENGINE: Cadillac 1959
v8. Ran when removed
20yr ago. Can rebuild
$199 321-784-9516 CBh
FACIAL TROLLEY as-
sembled, $125. Towel
Cabi- new, holds 24. $75.
321-777-2222/626-0000.
FISH TANK, 55 gallon
with stand and acces-
sories $150 Obo, please
call 321-724-2194.
FLOOR SHELF: w/ wall
display shelf w/ hooks.
Blonde. $20 for both.
321-432-4234 Palm Bay.
FLOORING, HARD-
WOOD, Sakura (birch), 3
new boxes of 19 sf ea.
$75/all. 321-633-4426
FREEZER: Chest, 14.9
ci.ft., Wh, Kenmore, Mo
#11531, ex con p/u only.
$150. 321-453-0254 M Is
FREEZER: FRIGIDAIRE,
Lg. upright. 5 shelf. Ex.
cond. $150. Melbourne
321-253-4213.
FREEZER: sm 'chest. 2
yrs. Ike new cond. $150
321-956-8709. Melb.
GOLF BAG, heavy duty
w/wheels, $30; various
left hand spec. clubs $10,
call 321-254-3716.
GOLF CLUBS- RH Title-
ist DCI 822os, 3 irons
thru pw, reg flex graphite.
$199.95. 321-254-0620.
Grill/Sandwich Press -
commercial Toastwell,
14"x14" surface. $120/
obo. 321-952-4097 S.Brv


HAIR STYLE equipment:
new: barber jacket, rods,
rollers, style irons, cape +
$100/obo. 321-676-4336
HEDGE TRIMMER,
Black & Decker, like new,
w/outdoor cord, $30, 321-
433-0090 Viera, S.Brev.
HIGHCHAIRS (2), swivel,
$30; Chairs, pink, $30;
King size spread, $50.
321-726-6247. S. Brev.
HUTCH, BROYHILL:
Tan wicker with lights.
$180. 772-569-7967 IRC
JAGERMEISTER TOUR
Tickets 2 HOB Orlando.
4/14 $25ea 772-631-5888
or Home 321-373-6709
KAYAK Old Town Loon
168, 16'8", excellent
cond.$200. 321-773-5565
LAMPPOST VICTORIAN
5 globe, retail $750+,
needs welding, sell for
$65. 321-676-2911 S Brv


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'LITTLE TYKES kitchen
play house, $60; Warner
Alum. 8-16 ladder $70,
call 321-604-6507.
LOVESEAT RECLINER:
Colonial, ex. cond. brwn.
$175 321-504-6063 Co-
coa.
LOVESEAT- New, lovely,
tan/beige, Near BCC in
MIb. $200. 321-253-9724
No calls after 7pm.
MATTRESS/BOX
SPRING. Queen sz. Ex-
cel cond. $200
321-684-1769 Palm Bay
MATTRESS: Englander,
no flip / mvmt dble mtrs &
innerspring Ike new. $110
obo. 321-259-3415. Melb.
MATTRESS: Pillowtop
gd cond. $85. Ping-Pong
tbl w/2 nets, padls, balls
$100. 772-388-0324 Seb
MICROWAVE: Pana-
sonic, "Genius Premier
1100w" w/ rev rnd tray.
$30 321-726-8714 PImBy


MITER SAW, 12" DeWalt
cmp, $200. 772-240-2414
So. Brevard
MITSUBISHI DIAMANTE
parts car, '91, $50. Call
321-768-7532 So. Brev.
MOTOR- elec,1/2hp, 1/2"
shaft, single phase 115v,
8' cord, on/off switch.
$50. 321-729-8169
MOTOR: Trolling, T36
Motor Guide $115 Titus-
ville 321-269-1326
MOTORCYCLE VEST:
Wm's vest sz 38. blk
Chaps n Bags lambskn
$65 321-723-9640 PBy
MOVINGI 50+ items: 60's
dolls, crystal ware, deflt
(jars),phones, more! $175
/obo all. 321-984-0796
MS OFFICE Power Pt
2003. NEW still in box.
Store won't take back.
$75 321-409-1334 Melb.
OIL PAINTING: framed.
Log cabin-mtns. 22x28
only $95 772-388-4038
IRC
PICTURES, FRAMED
wall art, florals, tropical,
modern art; 2@$15; 1@
$45;2@25. 321-773-4883
RADIO/STEREO RCA
console. Vintage, 1950's,
perfect condition. $200
obo. 321-751-1991 S Brv
RAIN GEAR fishing/
sailing, 2 suits, vest &
boots, size XL. $50.
321-726-8576 S. Brev.
RANGE, GE, 30" range
hood. 2 speed fan w/
light. Exc. Almond. $50.
321-255-5297 S. Brev.
RANGE, HOTPOINT,
elec, Bisque, mint cond.,
self cleaning, $175 cash
321-729-8217 So Brev.
RANGE, JENNAIR, Cook
top, 2 bay, $95; under-
mount wire rack $45; gar.
disp. $60. 321-446-7743
RANGE, JENNAIR, cook
top, 3 bay, $150; s/s dbl
sink w/faucet, $15; Delta
faucet $35. 321-722-0622
RECLINER: LazyBoy
Loveseat. Beige brocade
3 pc set., will email info.
$200 772-539-9573 Vero
REFRIGERATOR- AD-
MIRAL, 18.5 cu.ft., white,
good condition $125.
321-723-0138 S. Brev.
REFRIGERATOR: 4.3 cu
ft. G.E. undr count. Used
one mo., has warranty.
$125. 321-638-4597 Vier
ROD & REEL Daiwa
Penn senator # 113- 4/0
30-50 lb. line. $45
321-725-7848 S. Brev.


RODS & reels, salt &
-freshwater, $15 to $100,
many extras, call
321-676-5921, So. Brev.
RUGS: Handmade Orien-
tal wool, 2 runners app. 5'
x 8' Kilims in multi cirs
$50ea. 321-768-2098
Sewing Machine com-
.mercial Singer, works
great, can sew anything
$200. 321-288-9621SBrv
SEWING Machine Broth-
er w/ attchmnts. $125.
Grge Frmn Grill w/stnd.
$40.321-724-1776 S Brv
SHAWLS, LADIES, hand
crocheted, elegant, $15.
321-690-2229 Viera
SHELF baker's rack,
white frame/gold shelves
& knobs, 60"T x 37"W.
New. $95. 321-773-3425
SOFA BED- Natuzzi, rust
color, very good condition
$150, call 954-295-0594.
S. Brevard.
Sofa, Loveseat brown,
good cond. $175/both.
321-953-6734 S. Brev.
SOFA: Leather, 92", dk
grn. grt. cond. high qual.
$188. 321-253-4768 Mel
SPEAKERS, STEREO, 4
Optimrus, Pro LX10, dual-
woofer tower, $200/all.
321-259-9813 N. Brev.
STEREO, JVC, micro CD
player, am/fm radio, cas-
sette. PERFECT $65.
321-253-3611 Suntree.
STORAGE TRUNKS- (3)
Metal, black, antique, 2
large, 1 locker size.
$75/all. 321-259-5878
STOVE Maytag, Super
Capacity, Like new,
electric, $100.
321-253-1849 S. Brev.
SURROUND SOUND for
comp, Phillips Multime-
dia, like new, cost $50,
asking $25, 768-6201.
Table Glass top, 4
chairs, simple but ele-
gant. $200.
732-762-4337 S Brevard
TABLE white, glass
wicker-round, 2 capt.
chairs & 2 rockers. $200.
321-426-4132 S. Brev.
TABLE DINING-
formal, 3 chairs. $100.
Dryer- electric. $30.
321-676-1323 S. Brev.
TABLE SAW, bench, 1
3/4 hp, 10", $35, call
321-480-9224, after 4pm.

TABLE SYSTEM: Westo
Inversion. Used once.
Sandee. $200.
321-639-0392 Rockledge


TABLE: Dining room, w/
chairs, white $199.
321-956-7866 Palm Bay
TIRES & RIMS (off Toyo-
ta Sequoia), p265/65r17,
110's,M&S dunlop,' at20
$175, call 254-9586.
TIRES: Two, 70R16
60,000 mi., 1 yr old.,$50
ea. 772-589-6290 Seb.
TOTAL BODY Gym:
Christie Brinkley w/ at-
tach. & instruct, video.
$150 321-253-5844 Melb
TOTAL GYM, as seen on
TV by Chuck Norris, nev-
er been used, $190/obo.
321-704-6369 So. Brev.
TV (2) 19" Emerson w/
VCR/DVD & 25" RCA
both exc 'cond. $75/ea.
321-480-6588 S.Brev.
TV SONY, 19", works'
great, color w/ remote,
$30. 321-984-3847 SBrv
TV SHARP 20" stereo
TV. Very good cond. $35
321-676-4729 So Brev
TV, ZENITH, 25" $50; TV
cabinet, walnut inlaid
$150. 321-728-1739 So.
Brevard
TV: Color, Sharp 32" incl
22x40x22 stand, -DVD
player $200 Ex Cond.
321-724-4466 Palm Bay
TYPEWRITER IBM -
electric. $35. Geo. Fore-
man sand. grill. $12. both
like new. 321-259-1948
VIDEO CHAIRS: hardly
used: ex. cond. BIk. swirl
$15 ea. 2 for $25.
772-589-7918 Sebastian
WALL.HANGING con-
temporary, 3 pcs.= 60"W
by 40"T. Pastel clrs. $75
obo. 321-724-9681 S Brv
WALL UNIT. Wicker.
6'Hx30"Wx18"D glass
shelf, drawer, cabinet,
$190.00 Sebastian
WASHER/DRYER: $75
ea. Dryer is gas.
321-757-9460 Melb.
WATERBED FRAME -
full/queen size, pine
(painted), 6 drawers. $50.
321-676-0713 S. Brev.
WHEELCHAIR Chrome
finish- full size $95. Alu-
minum Walker $38.
321-633-1406 S. Brev.
WINDSURFING BOARD
8'4", Lgtwght fast. ex
cond. $200 321-799-9253
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DRYWALL MASTER
jumbo set, like new. In-
cludes Taper, pumps, flat
boxes. Taper used once.
$3000. 321-636-4566


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ROUTER TABLE, 540
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original box, sturdy table,
$350. 321-751-0527
SHOWER INCLOSURE -
new, euro style, door,
20.5"x69.25" x3/8" w/ sta-
tionary panel 38"x52" w/
hardware, retail $1250,
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DESK, CORNER, cherry,
file cab., storage, hutch,
$440; Chest freezer,$150;
Saw machine, Singer,
$125. 321-453-1956
DININGROOM SET and
lighted china cab., Ashley,
leaf, 4 chairs, $1000; Liv-
ingroom Set: sofa, love
seat, beveled glass cof-
fee/ end tables, claw feet,
$800. All cherry, Al cond.
Best offers. 321-724-1776
DOLPHIN DININGROOM
glass top table, 4 chairs,
$500. 321-383-0990
FURN.:various pcs.: end
tables to sofa tables, bak-
ers rack, too many pcs. to
mention! Must see to
appreciate. 321-253-9046
FURNITURE: Desk 3FT
x 5ft, file drawer & 5 other
drawers, all wood $100;
Ottomans $40, nest of ta-
bles $50, magazine rack
$30. 4 armchairs on cas-
ters 4 for $75. 9 drawer
Teak dresser, 12ft 3pc in
one sec sofa, neutral col-
or. 772-563-4885
FUTON, DELUXE queen,
incl. pillows, cover, draw-
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obo. 321-779-1417
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excellent condition, great
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$600/obo. 321-289-1184
PIANO,YOUNG CHANG,
black upright, very nice,
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great! $1250. Please call
321-795-8585



CATFISH CUMMINGS
wants old fishing tackle.
Will pay fair price. Let's
hook up! Call the Old
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INDIAN Harbor Beach:
Sat. 3/3 8am-2pm, 113
Cat Cay Lane. @ Harbor
Isle. Furniture, toys,
books, Color TV
refrigerator, And T-Shirt
sample sale. Much,
much more!!
INDIAN RIVER Colony
Club Annual Sale! Sat.,
March 3rd, 8-1. IRCC on
Murrell Rd., south gate.
Open to public! Come
See!
MELBOURNE 3/2-3/4,
9am-5pm @ 1453 Hill-
crest Dr. (call 321-795-
4142 for directions). Es-
tate sale, super prices,
everything goes- house,
furnishings, 21' boat, '05
gmc truck, sauna + more!


MELBOURNE 3/3-3/4

10am-? 2911 Rollins St.
(Babcock, W. University,
follow signs) sports
memorabilia, baseball
cards, toys, games,
clothes, baby items,
housewares & more!
MELBOURNE BEACH
Flea Market A1A Con-
do Park, 2780 S. Hwy,
A1A. March 3rd
8am-lpm & 4th
10am-2pm House-
wares, Clothes, Jewelry,
Furniture, Bake Sale &
more. Free Admission
PALM BAY, Sat., March
3rd, 9-3, 1602 Napanee
St. NW. Estate Sale! Anti-
ques, furniture, dining
room table & hutch, enter-
tainment center, crocks,
dressers, lawn mower,
misc. items, & more!
ROCKLEDGE, Fri. and
Sat., March 2nd & 3rd,
8-2. 995 Nagle Dr. (one
block N. of Barton Blvd./
S. Fiske Blvd.). Maternity
clothes, some collecti-
bles, too much to list!
Come See!


SEBASTIAN: Saturday
March 3, 8am-lpm. 343
Columbus Street. Off
Easy street, behind
Elementary School.
Please come and see,
we have lots of stuff!
VERO BEACH: Sat 3/3
7am-2pm, at Vero Beach
Power Squadron,
MacWilliam Park, 301
Acacia Rd. (North of Bar-
ber Bridge). Furniture,
household items, boating
items. 'Ladies boutique &
bake sale. Hot dog, &
drinks, Benefit VBPS
Boating Education pro-
grams. Sign up for free
Boating course and ves-
sel safety checks.
W. MELBOURNE, Fri. &
Sat., March 2nd & 3rd,
8-4, 580 Parker Road.
Power tools, drills, saws,
ladders, golf clubs, large
assortment of old records
(33's, .45's & 78's) and
much more! Some See!.

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HAIR STYLISTS
WANTED

Busy Salon.
We specialize in
Color Service.
Great Commission!
Experienced with or
without clientele.

Come Join our
Friendly Atmosphere!

Ask for Bobbi or Kim
321-984-9795

BOOTH RENTAL or
commission available for
Stylist. Up on all the lat-
est trends including
extensions/hair pieces.
Melbourne Sajon. Lv
Mssge 321-722-0559

THANK YOU
FOR YOUR
BUSINESS!
HOMETOWN
NEWS
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HAIR STYLIST /NAIL
TECH, Booth Rental in
New Salon. Must have
following. Call Phil
321-722-4766
STYLISTS needed for
High end salon in Mel-
bourne. Booth rental or
commission. 255-5960

TANGLES HAIR
Studio
Join our new trendy sal-
on in Viera/ Rockledge.
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HOUSEKEEPERS
Make $200 to $400
weekly! P/T & FIT avail-
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req. For info 576-4435

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MATURE PERSON with
car to care for the elderly.
Minimum daily $105.
Call 321-631-0093



NEED CASH NOW?
Structured settlements?
Injury Accidents? Com-
mercial Litigation? Law-
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RECEPTIONIST for
property management
office. F/T. Need great
people skills and
computer knowledge.
Call 321-254-0303

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Hostess
Ship Store Cashier
weekend
*Bussers
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including grill
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*Food runners
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The Inn At
Captain Hiramn's Hotel
*Front Office
Manager
Hotel exp. Only
*Front desk/
Night Auditor
*Housekeepers
*Maintenance
1606 N. Indian River Dr.
Sebastian
Fax your Resume to:
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Servers

Cooks

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Hosts/Hostesses

Full-time or Part-time.
Year-round and Seasonal.
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employee meals & golf
privileges available


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Tired of a stressful environment for you and your
residents? As a part of on going growth we invite
you to join our family and have fun while providing
care with dignity and excellence to our residents.
Now Hiring':
Weekend Supervisor: position available
for RN/ LPN with supervisory & LTC
experience. Emphasis on team building.
Good communication skills.

LPN's: 3-11 & 11-7 shifts and weekend shifts

CNA's: All shifts and weekend shifts

Activities Assistant: Energetic erson w/ prev.
exp. in LTC avail, f6r F position.

Accounts Payable Clerk: Prev. exp. in
processing payroll and accounts payable.
Musthave good computer skills.






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Do you have to give up holidays and weekends? /
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Utilization Review Nurses to fill full-time positions in our
Melbourne office. Our company offers High-Tech Imaging
Management for Managed Care Plans, including pre-authoriza-
tion and patient scheduling (National PPO Program).
Benefits: M-F work-week, paid holidays, casual work
environment, competitive wages and full benefit package
(some benefits are immediate upon hire ....no waiting period).
Qualifications: Current unrestricted FL RN license, 2-3 yrs
clinical experience, good communication and organizational
skills. Knowledge of CPT/ICD9 coding helpful, but not required.
Good computer skills required. Must be able to type 25wpm.
E-mail Resume to:
opportunities@medsolutions.com
or fax resume to: 321-837-5093


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Cocktail Servers, Prep
Cook, Male /Female Se-
curity. P/T & FIT. Ben-
efits avail. Start Immed.
Drug Free Work Place.
The Redhead Martini Bar
321-799-1616, 9a-3p
Tues Thurs
HOUSEKEEPER P/T for
Indialantic vacation rent-
als, Sat 10-4 energetic,
reliable & team player.
Stay-at-Home mom's
encouraged to apply.
321-984-1330





Douglas Health
Services, LLC
**PREMIUM PAY**
**GREAT CENTSS*
Live-in's, HHA's,
CNA's, Companions
and Homemakers are
encouraged to regis-
ter for various shifts.
References checked.

(772)
770-0022
3406 Cherokee Dr.
Vero Beach, FL
Lic#NR30211045

Real Estate Ads
Reach North Palm
Beach through
East Volusia
with an ad in
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NEWS
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Employmen


CHEF,
DISHWASHER &
DIETARY AIDES
The Place at Merritt
Island Assisted Living
is currently looking for.
the above positions for
Full & Part Time
employment
Apply in person to
535 Crockett Blvd,
Merritt Island, FL
32953
321-454-2363





FAST GROWING,
Beachside
Optometry office
has immediate
opening for a
FT/PT Optician.
Responsibilities
include all aspects
of the finishing lab
and optical sales.
Call 321-308-2015
or Fax
resume to:
321-308-2017








Sign on Bonus |
Competitive Salary
Excellent Benefits
Extra Shift Bonus

Island Health &
Rehab Center
125 Alma Boulevard
Merritt Island
321-453-0202

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Asst. W/Permit Applica-
tion. Builder, inspector,
or anyone experienced.
Need assistance in per-
mit preparation-approval.
Brevard County. Part
Time, flexible hours. Call
toll free 888-304-1000
BODYGUARDS NEED-
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to $400/ day! No Exp!
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All Expenses Paid. Must
have Drivers license/NO
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CUSTOMER SERVICE -
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lingual (Spanish) Email to
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package. 2003 2005
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GRAPHIC
ARTISTS FT/ PT
Looking for talented
individuals with strong
Mac experience. You
should be proficient in
Quark4, & Photoshop.
This is an exciting, fast
paced environment
with weekly deadlines.
Schedules vary with
some afternoons and
evenings necessary to
meet our deadline
needs. We offer health
and dental benefits,
401K to our full time
employees. Positions
available in Fort
Pierce, Jupiter, Vero
Beach, Melbourne and
South Daytona.
Join a successful
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email phil@
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MULTI-STATE Appraisal
company seeking li-
censed real estate ap-
praisers. Strong report
writing & excellent work
ethic. Employee positions
available w/benefits. Fax
resume 1-419-255-1745
NIKKI'S ESCORTS Now
Hiring Dependable Es-
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daily 321-254-5623
NOW HIRING!! TRAVEL,
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Must be able to travel
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,SMALL MANUFACTUR-
ING Company now hiring
full time Mechanical As-
sembler. Must be me-
chanically inclined. Non-
smoker. Melbourne
321-757-8678



AVON Work Part Time
with Full Time benefits,
start at 50% profit. Order
online, pay after you de-
liver, Free training,
Health care options after
90-days, retirement
plans, start today only
$10.1-800-444-0687


AVON IS HIRING

Become an AVON
representative today!
Profits begin at
50%! Set your own
hours. National
Health Care Options
after 90 days.
$10 Starter kit!

Marsha Good
321-768-6773
or Email:
emgood45@aol.com

DISPATCHER, SATEL-
LITE Beach. Know Bre-
vard County. Cheerful
voice. Office experience.
M-F 2p-6p & Sat am. $11
hour fax 321-639-6357

NEWSPAPER
CARRIERS

Earn Up to
$3001mo
for delivering
1 day per week
Must have dependable
car & FL Insurance.
Call 321-751-5948
(leave message & when
you can be reached)
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for Saturdays. Retirees
welcome. Will Train. Call
Diana 321-725-3141
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LOOKING TO HIRE
Male & Female dancers.
Must be 18 & over. -$125
first hr. $75/hr after.
772-464-9155 / 332-1027

PART TIME
COPY EDITOR/
PAGINATOR
The Hometown News
is an award winning
community newspaper
with 18 separate edi-
tions from North Palm
Beach through Volusia
County. 1
We are currently seek-
ing a part time copy
editor/ paginator to as-
sist in page design in
our Melbourne Office.
Must know Quark,
Word, Copy editing.
Salary is based on ex-
perience. To become a
part of a great team,
please fax your re-
sume attn Editorial
321-242-1281
or email sweetwood@
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SALES ASSOCIATES
needed. Party store
looking for friendly, relia-
ble full time & part time
sales associates/cashiers
to grow with the compa-
ny. Some weekends re-
quired. Apply in person
Party Treasures, 1701
US hwy 1, #5 Sebastian.
Must be 18 or older.



MUSIC SALES
Start a new career in
Music!
Do you have a great
personality, people
skills? Some keyboard
exp necessary? Join
the nations musicall
instrument dealer.
Full Time-
Terrific pay plan &
full benefits package.
We are looking for
long term, success
oriented, people.
Call Mr. Regel
321-725-0784
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FULL SERVICE Termite,
Pest Control & Lawn co.
needs exp. Sales Rep.
Leads provided! Draw
against top commission.
Company vehicle. All
expenses paid. Call Ja-
net 321-505-3803 or Fax
Resume 321-574-0278

OUTSIDE SALES
EARN TOP
DOLLARS.
Successful company
with Hundreds of
potential customers in
this area. Must have
desire to EXCEL
and be a CLOSER.
Work on your own
schedule,full or part
time. EOE
Call for appointment

321-953-3418


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Local call center
looking for upbeat,
energetic, fun lov-
ing, productive
people to follow up
leads for revolution-
ary business prod-
uct that sells itself.
No cold calling.
Great company.
Positive office envi-
ronment. Get out of
the doldrums and
join us on a high
paying adventure.

$10/hr to start co
$20/hr w exp O
Fax resume: 10
772-228-7741
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Classified
Advertising
Hometown News has
been voted the #, 1
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in the US. We are cur-
rently hiring a full time
inside sales professio-
nal for our classified ad
team. Hours are
Monday-Friday 8:00
am- 5:00pm in our Mel
bourne office.
If you are willing to
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954-429-1821
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321-508-0511
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4701 SE Teri Place
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QUALITY 4/2.5, Pool
Gated Comm. $414,900.
WOW! Walk to Beach
3/2. $325,500.
POOL HOME 3/2.
$224,000.
VALUE PRICED 3/1.5.
$149,900.
ORMOND BEACH 2/2
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OCEANVIEW Condotel
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INDIALANTIC, by owners
Historic Spanish w/ inlaw
cottage attached! 5/3.5,
pool. Below appr. mkt.
value, $475K. 111 Thir-
teenth Ave. 321-951-3377
LAKEWOOD PARK:
Sebastian rd. 2/1/1 CBS,
insulated impact resistant
windows, & drs, Lake vw,
priv. Fence back yard.
$138,000 772-462-2966
LIVE OAK: Custom Bit,
3/2.5/2, den, fireplace, 2
yrs new, many upgrades,
4 Acre corner lot. Must
sell due to job relo.
$239,900. 386-208-0900.
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1940sf. $221,900. Adams
Homes 321-751-1530
MELBOURNE 3/2/2 car
garage. Eat in kitchen, on
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Aurora Oaks. 1775 sf.
$204,900 Adams Homes
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MELBOURNE 3/2/2 car
garage. Trussed back
porch. On lake. 1410
Morgan Ct. Aurora Oaks.
2000sf. $224,900. Adams
Homes 321-751-1530
MELBOURNE FIXER
3bdrm, bath, Carport.
Needs $5K in repairs.
worth $140,000. Quick
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will finance with $20,000
down for $105,000.
CALL. (321)373-1664
MELBOURNE, 3/2/2
brick home, 2212 sf, Ig.
scrn. porch, city water, 2
wells, 15 citrus trees,
flower gardens, decked
pool, Ig. work shop, pole
barn, $499,000. Owner
321-254-1798 / 544-6263
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MELBOURNE, 3/2/2, .85'
acre, new roof/AC, many
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MERRITT ISLAND -
Waterside Drive 5br/5ba/
oversized 3 car garage
with elegant river rock
pool. 4400+sq.ft. living.
Indian River access
w/gazebo. Porcelain tile
w/tumble stones, high
ceilings, crown molding,
formal living w/gas FP.
Master suite w/2 closets
that are aprx 11x6, one is
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concrete walls, $595,900.
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Melbourne, 3975 Park-
way Dr.Nice area,1.5 ac.,
new scrn pool, 2103 sf liv-
ing, CBS, 4/3/2, Ig. mstr,
parkay floors, wood fire-
place,new appl's/roof/ AC.
$399,000.321-259-6808
MERRITT Island lovely
waterfront, 4bd/3.5ba/2.5
car gar., Ig kitchen, dock.
8050 S. Tropical Trail-
Open House 3/3-3/4 10a-
4pm. Call 321-795-1508
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
AREA- Beautiful & pri-
vate! 5 acres. Build your
new home here. Cleared,
fenced, stocked pond,
electric & well, horse sta-
ble & Ig garage. Older 3/2
manuf. can stay or go.
Asking $212,900 Call Tri-
na 386-689-4022
OPEN HOUSE NEW
SMYRNA BEACHSIDE-
Open Saturday & Sun 3/3
& 3/4 1-4pm 314 Colum-
bus Ave. With mother in
law suite! Unique proper-
ty, 2br/2ba, enclosed la-
nai, 1 car gar. w/attached
lbr, lba apt. Zoned R3A.
2 blocks to ocean & steps
to historic Flagler Ave.
Quiet neighborhood, ma-
jestic oaks. Investment
opportunity. 10/06 ap-
praised at $382,900.
MUST SELLII $299,000
386-84 6-0 1 55 ,
386-334-2997
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ORMOND BEACH -
4BD/2BA/2+CG. Availa-
ble Immediatelyl 119 N.
Arbor Dr., 2060sf., re-
cently renovated, large
lot with room for
RV-Boat-Trailer-Pool.
Fam. rm. w/wood burning
fireplace, formal LR. DR.,
utility. $249,500. OPEN
SAT & SUN 1-4 pm.& by
appt. www.119arbordr.
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Ormond Beach TwinRiv-
er Estates 4/2.5 solar htd
pool home on 1/3 acre.
Conv Ioc, 1st fir has new
cer tile. Upstairs has car-
pet. Fncd yd. Eat in kitch-
en, formal DR&LR, fam
rm w/ fireplace. Front
porch has wrought iron
rail. Much much more!!
Call JOHN 386 673 6535
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PALM BAY 218 Umber
St. 3/2 has bonus room,
fireplace,FR/den,1640sq',
scrnd room/lanai, pool &
hot tub under gazebo.
$219,900. 321-604-2295
PALM BAY 6bd/3.5ba
w/ pool, LR/DR/FR, cus-
tomized kitchen & master
suite, 3591sq', scrnd la-
nai, new roof & 2 AC's
$329;500. 321-676-3242
PALM BAY BEAUTI-
FUL 6 yr old home! 940
Fairhaven St NE,
3bd/2ba, 1100 sq ft
$182K to buy or $1300
mo rent. 321-591-6924 or
MerrittlslandMay@aol.co
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PALM BAY NE 3/2/1
CBS. 1871 total sq.ft.,
renovated, fenced yard.
$139,900. 321-674-3944
or 321-698-7900
PALM BAY NE-2BR/2BA
/carport, CBS. Screen
porch. Fenced yard,
renovated, $120,900.
321-674-3944; 698-7900
PALM BAY SE, 6 years
new, CBS 3/2/2 canal
home, vaulted ceilings, all
new carpet/vinyl/tile, new
26' Fl. room, new paint
in/out, new. privacy fence,
security sys., city water,
pond & artesian well, va-
cant lot on both sides,
canal & woods in rear, all
new furniture neg. Selling
below cost! $199,000.
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ble starter! 2/1 + extra
room,1388sf, .32 ac., qui-
et neighborhood,Ig. shad-
ed lot, Ig. eat-in kitchen,,
$124,000.321-676-6223
PALM BAY SE, Drastic
price reduction $145,000!
Charming 2/2/2, c.ompl.
remodel, new appl's/AC/
water system, screen
porch, quiet neighbor-
hood. Move in now! Clos-
ing costs paid by owner.
Call 321-806-8760
PALM BAY, 3 BR/2 BA,
CBS, city water & sewer,
central air/heat, large cov-
ered front porch, fenced
in back yard, $89,000.
321-984-3038 / 543-2066
PALM BAY, BY OWNER.
2B/2B house! Updated
and ready for you to move
in. Cathedral ceiling, tile
roof,great room, tile firs,
Ig. master BR, scrn'd pa-
tio. Oversized yard. Qui-
et, safe neighborhood.
$142,000. 321-724-9939
PALM BAY, Lockmar,
4/2/2, approx. 2000 sf,
sprinkler/sec. sys.,fenced,
new paint, tile, close to
school, near shopping,
$285,000. 321-722-5755
PALM BAY/ Nice Home
Close to Malabar Rd.
3bd, 2ba, 2cg, big yard.
1490 Hayworth Cir. NW
No credit check, and no
bank hassles. $5,000
down $975 per month
CALL (321) 373 1664
PALM CITY Canoe
Creek. Well kept 3/2/2
great yard & location. A+
schools. Lowest price in
Neigh. Motivated Seller
$399,900. 561-662-5735
PORT ORANGE-
2.6 acres. 4875 sq.ft;
Home, guest house,
stables. $725,000 obo.
386-290-2221. www.
sprucecreekfarms.com.
PORT SAINT JOHN -
4BDR/2BA 1600 sqft. 248
Jablo Ave $180K
321-591-6924 OR
MerrittlslandMay@aol.co
m See photo ad # 34656
HometownNewsOL.com
PORT ST JOHN, 0
down, 0 closing cost for
qualified buyers. 2/1.5,
screen porch $159,900
O wn e r/ Bro ke r.
321-536-0222
PORT ST LUCIE Brand
new 3/2/2, Great location,
beautifully landscaped.
Seller will pay $5,000 to
buyer. Owner will finance
available. 866-566-3136
See photo #36061 at
www.HometownNewOL.com

PORT ST. JOHN 3br/2
bal 1660 living 2400 total
sq, cb, Ig LR/dining, fami
rm w/ fireplace, eat-in
kitchen, scrn porch, tile
jet tub, wood/tile floors,
hurricane shutters, new
roof/ac, sprinkler sys/well,
many extras- must seel
.$190k. 321-626-3277
see photos online at
www.hometownn'ewsOL.
comn
PORT ST. LUCIE:
Location, Location,
Location!! Home sits on
HUGE PRIVATE 1/2 acre
lot, 3/2/1 w/ pool. Room
for RV, trailer, & boat
parking!! Walking dis-
tance to park, postal, &
shopping! $300K.
772-335-8787
See High Definition Slide
Show at: WWW.
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ID#230124
ROCKLEDGE- INVEST-
OR Special. 4bdr/2.5 ba,
2000sqft, 928 Georgia
Ave. $135K AS IS
321-591-6924 or
MerrittlslandMay@aol.co
m See photo ad #32533
www.HometownNewsOL.com
SUNTREE 5BR/4BA,
extra wide 3 car gar., 2
Paver Driveways, heated
pool, granite counter
tops, Island kitch., & so
much more. $1,049,000
Belinda DeMasso ReMax
Alternative 321-960-1506

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SUNTREE, 2/2/1, tile thru
out, new roof/AC,fenced
back yard,cul de sac,near
shopping. Owner motivat-
ed! Asking $150,000.
321-729-9647 Lv. Msg.
TITUSVILLE by owner,
beautiful 4 bd, 2 ba, 2 car
garage w/ pool. fireplace,
LG screen porch, fenced
w/ storage bldg.
$235,000.321-385-1158
TITUSVILLE FULLY
UPDATED 4 BDR 313
Oleander PI. 1400 sqft.
New roof, A/C, kitchen,
bath, paint, carpet &
more. Move in now!
$125K or $1000 month to
rent. 321-591-6924 or
MerrittlslandMay@aol.com
See photo ad # 33314 @
www.hometownnewsol.com

TITUSVILLE Investor
Special. 3405 Willis Ave
$155k As Is. 3/2/2, 1528
sq ft, CBS, great location
just north of Lowes.
321-591-6924 or email to
MerrittislandMay@aol.com
VERO BEACH Double
lot. 3/1/1 w/extra shower.
Bet 8th & 4th St. Turn on
14th Ave to 1406 4th Ln.
$159,000
772-834-9097
VERO BEACH Double
lot. 3/1/1 w/extra shower.
Bet 8th & 4th St. Turn on
14th Ave to 1406 4th Ln.
$159,000
772-834-9097
VERO Beach 3 Models
From $149,990 w/ lot
All 3br/2ba/1 brand new
ready to move in. Only 5
left, full tile, cathedral
ceilings, CBS, full kitchen
appliances. Possible no
$$$ down. 1216 16th Ave
SW. 772-299-5622
Christenson Co. Inc.
VERO BEACH:
3br/1.5ba + den ,&
screened in porch. 10ft x
8ft utility shed. Sprinkler
system. IMMACULATE!
$135,000 772-567-1739
WATERFORD LAKES,
4/2/2 upgraded, lakefront,
never lived in. Owner Fi-
nancing 772-473-7009
Paula Rogers & Assoc.




CAPE CANAVERAL,
Ocean Woods. Walk to
ocean, gated comm.,
2/1.5 w/ laundry room.
$199,900 321-508-0511
HOLLY HILL Affordable
townhouse in The Herit-
age off Flomich. 3 bed-
room, 2 baths in park like
setting, large master
walk-in closet, laminate
floor & vaulted ceiling in
living area. Includes 're-
frigerator, stove, dish-
washer, disposal, washer
& dryer. Only $131,500.
Call Bill Kohlman, Real-
tor with Tyler Properties.
386-846-6758 at your
Service.
M.I., See the Rest, Buy
The Best! Merritt Island
Townhome. Walk to
shopping. Complete
Remodel. $189,500
321-501-4067 Vincent
Keenan Realtors
ORMOND BEACH -
Trails South Forty. Lrg.
2-3BR/2BA, 2CG, Fplc.,
encl. porch, upgraded GE
SS appliances. FSBO
386-506-7722, 341-4407
Satellite Bch must sell,
594 Cinnamon Dr., 2/2/2,
like new, bright, open, no
assoc. fee. by owner
$293K open house 3/18,
3/25 12-4.321-779-9361
SEBASTIAN New Villas
starting at $185,000! Call
John King Broker/Owner
at Realty King Inc.
772-589-3054
VERO: 2br/2ba, LR, DR,
inside laundry, big patio.
Very nice area. Close to
shopping and beach.
$148,000.772-633-9193



DAYTONA Beachside-2
Bed, W/D & 1 Bed., Both
Fenced Yards. 134/134
1/2 S. Wild Olive St.
$189,900 McSharry Rity.
Call Sue 386-871-4756

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HOLLY HILL- Side by
side 2BR/1.5BA, 1100sf.,
each apt. w/central air,
heat, separate electric
and water meters. New
cabinets/appls., inside
laundry w/washer/dryer.
Rear wood deck. Off
street parking for 4 cars.
$1,500 mo. income. Ask-
ing $285,500. Call Wan-
da. 386-871-8279
INDIALANTIC DUPLEX,
1 blk to beach, comply. re-
modeledwalking dis-
tance to restaurants.
Units can be sold indi-
vidually, $430,000.
321-961-1559




BEAUTIFUL PORT
ORANGE- Live Oak Res-
ervation, 1 acre lot
150x300, private road,
historical oak trees, no
hoa, middle of town
$217,000 386-527-9007
FLORIDA Land starting
at $19,900 in fast growing
areas. Great for building
or investment. No quali-
fying $1,000 down,
$190/month. Visit our
website for pictures,
maps, sizes & prices.
FloridaLotsUSA.com
or 877-983-6600
Golf Course Lots.
Greenville, South Caro-
lina. Restricted Subdivi-
sion for high end homes.
Large Acre + private lots.
Great Schools. Prices
start $99,900.00. Call
Now! 1-800-847-5647
LAFAYETTE CO. Fla -
162 acres. Planted Pine,
Hardwood Bottoms.
Road Frontage & Great
Hunting. $3700/acre. Call
352-867-8018
LAKE WASHINGTON,
1.89 acres, end of paved
rd cul-de-sac. Horses Ok
& Water. By Owner. Ask-
ing $275K 321-409-5201
NW Palm Bay, By Own-
er.Port Malabar,Unit 48,
.23 acres,partially cleared
& filled, water hooked up,
desirable area. Reduced
$76,900. 321-728-9543
PALM BAY SW, quiet,
cleared 85'x110' lot,
w/palm & fruit trees on
perimeter, $37,500. Call
321-728-0565
PALM BAY, Oversized
lot w/ city water. Unit 50.
Reduced to $59,900
321-544-0929 Arthur
Jackson, ReMax Abacus
Realty
PORT ST. LUCIE Build-
ing lot. Gait Circle, Cor-
ner lot, South Bend
area. City water & Sewer.
Best Offer. By Owner
914-804-7595
Port St. Lucie: 80'X125'
Cleared lot, elevated, in-
cludes water & sewer.
Good location, quiet
neigh, close to shopping
& schools. Nice area
$80,000 obo
772-879-2012
Won't Lastl Price
Reduced 50% 29
Acres/$195,000 Great
location close to Cedar
Key. Nice meadow,
scattered pine ,& oak,
abundant wildlife. At end
of private rd. Utilities,
survey, excel. Fin. Call
1-866-352-2249 X1193




PORT ORANGE- FOR
SALE BY OWNER.
Crane Lakes. Gated, 18
hole golf course, tennis &
More. 2bdrm/2ba, w/ig.
retreat overlooking view
of lake and the beautiful
island green. Porch with
adjustable windows to
view the Fl sunsets. Like
new. 2 1/2 yrs. old.
$167,000. Must see. Call
for appt. 386-763-5656.




CAPE CANAVERAL-
55+ Park, Double Wide
Mobile, completely fur-
nished & equipped, great
location!!! 321 783-5128


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COCOA FLORIDA -
Moderately priced. New &
Pre-owned, all amenities.
55+ 321-636-6061 or
321-637-0172
COCOA, Cedar Lakes,
2/2 dblewide, remodeled
'03,all appl's,scrn rm, stor.
shed,$55K. 321-504-3274
FORT PIERCE: Golden
Ponds 55+ Immaculate!
2/2 Dblwd washed, new
AC, roof, hot water heat-
er, porch, carport & ext.
paint. Taped & textured
neutral int., furn inci'd
updated appls, clbhse &
htd pool, no pets/smk
$36K obo 772-460-1498
HOBE SOUND Cam-
bridge 55+. '95 Homes of
Meritt, 2/2+den. Furnish-
ed, own land, carport,
shed. Asking $139k
772-233-9720 / 546-6062
MELBOURNE LAKES
of Melbourne, 2 BR/ 2
BA, large family room;
completely furnished,
screened porch & patio.
$65,000. 321-768-0523



Open Sat. & Sun. 10-2,
2730 S. A1A, Holiday
Haven Park #A15. BUY
OWNER 2BR/2BA, FL
rm/3rd BR. Ocean view,
river access. Land Lease.
Small pets. $10,900.
More info 727-586-6403;
727-365-1879
MELBOURNE BEACH,
2/2,furn. doublewide, near
golf course, good condi-
tion, new roof/siding,
Trane AC, Fl. room,, W/D,
$62,000. 321-726-0410
Melbourne Beach, Lei-
sure Living Estates
across street from beach.
Own lot & manf. home,
hot'tub, golf, $125,000 or
Lease opt. 321-544-7424
MELBOURNE BEACH-
2bd/2ba, all appliances,
FL room, shed, full sprin-
kler sys. Ocean front, fish
off the river dock!
$19K/obo 321-956-1863
MELBOURNE, 1BR/1BA,
compl. remodeled, some
furn., close to shopping,
nice 55+ park, low rent,
fin. considered, $6900.
321-480-4080 / 426-9862
MELBOURNE, 24X36, 2
BR/2 BA, 55+ park, up-
graded carpet, well main-
tained, lot rent, some fur-
niture, $20,000. Please
call 321-259-3109
MICCO-1692 sf under air:
like new 2/2 w/famr rm +
indr jalousie rm, deeded,
76x124 + new screen rm;
on river w/golf $127,500
772-663-1388/453-9017C
MIMS, NORTH, Pine-
wood Village, 2 BR/2 BA,
central heat/air, Fl. room
& open porch, storage, lot
rent $238/mo. Asking
$24,000. 321-385-3497
PALM BAY, 14 x 48,
New carpet, furnished.
Lot rent $325 incl. mow-
ing. Reduced $12,000
321-698-2649


PORT ORANGE- LaCos-
ta Village 55+ 3/2, active
clubhouse w/pools, sau-
na, tennis, 3 mi from Int'l
Speedway & Bikeweek.
Beautiful, manicured
community. Ready to sell
at $64,000. www.
mydaytonahouse.com
203-453-1170/710-1345
ROCKLEDGE 2604
Park model. 12'x34'.
8'x26' Fla. room. 8'x8'
deck. Fully furn. asking
$39,900. 321-636-5469

SEBASTIAN: 2000 Park
model, Hurr. shutt., New
Condition very clean.
lbr/lba, Comm. pools,
Rec. room. Must see!!
$15,900. 419-230-8338
SEBASTIAN: 55+ Park,
'05 3br/2ba/1.5cg Deluxe
Key West style. Porches,
awning, hurr. shutt, furn
opt. Asking $120,000
Make offer 772-834-8829
See photos @
www.hometownnewsol.com,
ad #35041.
SEBASTIAN: Park place
55+, 3603 W. Derry.
2br/2ba, New roof, vinyl
siding carport, hurr.
shutters; New sinks,
cabinetry, tile counters &
all tile floors. New
dishwasher, stove.
Comm. pl, tennis courts,
clbhse. Lawn care, trash
p/up incl. $51,000. Call
772-388-1605
SPANISH LAKE:
Fairways, 55+, free golf,
2 pls, 26X60 On A Lake,
2/2 furnished, completely
remodeled. Must See!!
$42,000 772-460-5987
TRAILER HAVEN Park,
55+, 24x40 furn. double
wide,Lot rent $210/mo., 2
Ig. BR's, CH&A, carport
1.75 BA, DR, kitchen, Irg
living room, $28,500/obo
321-726-1840
VERO BEACH: 2005
Fleetwood 2BR/2BA,
Florida room, screened
room, extra parking,
large carport. $70K.
727-204-2666
VERO BEACH: Village
Green 55+, 7000 20th
Street. Lot 975, dblewde
fully furn. 2br/2ba, 2
porches, new A/C.
$17,900 772-567-0681
W. MELBOURNE, 2/2
dblwide, Ig. rooms & den,
walk-in closets, scrn pa-
tio, stor., sprinkler sys.,
exc. cond., all new appl's,
great location, clubhouse,
pool, gazebo. Must see!
Too much to list! $49,900
neg. Make offer. Mort-
gage poss. 321-373-4432
W. MELBOURNE, 3 BR/
2 BA, 24'x60' w/land,
scrnd room & shed, pool,
clubhouse. Park doesn't
allow kids. $75,000/obo.
321-951-9728 / 258-9203'
See photo online at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#35745
W. MELBOURNE, 52' +
porch, 2/2, 11'x25' shed +
carport. Many upgrades.
Low lot rent. $54,900.
321-704-1163


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2/waterfalls. Waynes-
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67 Acres Only $670,000
Beautiful oaks, great
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016

AIKEN South Carolina
5,000 Acres.
26 Miles of Rd. Frontage.
Devel. Inv.,1031 Exc.
Owner 803-640-3497

ASHEVILLE, NC, wood-
ed 12 acres, overlooking
city,3800' w/chalet home,
paved road. Private, pri-
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million. 321-253-3379

BEAUTIFUL TENNES-
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breathtaking views high
atop Cumberland Moun-,
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River access, bluff views,
streams, virgin like forest.
Ideal for hunting, fishing
ATV, horseback riding:
Near Dale Hollow Lake,
perfect for cabin, vaca-
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residence. Utilities,
paved roads. Great in-
vestment / retirement
property. Owner financ-
ing from $29,900. Cen-
trally located near Nash-.
ville, Knoxville, Chatta-
nooga. 931- 839-2968,
888-939-2968
BIG RIVER Acreage By
Owner,260acres, comes
with cabin. Hilltop
setting w/view of 3200'
of frontage along Ohio
Muskingum River.
Beautiful mostly wood-
ed property. $549,000.
Call 740-489-9146


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COLORADO 5 acres.
Near ski resort, fishing
lake & hunting. Moun-
tains views! Level, build-
able. On county main-
tained roads. $300 down.
$95/mo. $7,900 total. By
Owner. 505-770-6451
DELAWARE COUNTY
Liquidation! 5/acres was
$59,900, NOW $49,900
Catskills finest land!
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views, country road,
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Terms! Hurry!
888-925-9277
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Mountain farms 5-8
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Five Ash Forest Unique
Gated 55+MH Comm.
Located in North Florida
large Wooded lots selling
Palm Harbor Homes
www.fiveashforest.com
386-752-7207 or
386-303-2222
FLORIDA LAND Start-
ing at $10,900 Financing
Available. Over 100 Lots
available in Counties of
Levy, Marion, Clay, Cal-
houn, Putnam & High-
land. .Realtors & Invest-
ors welcome.
1-718-797-0807 www.
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GAINESVILLE: 3br/3ba
Townhouse Condo.
Spacious, tiie / carpet,
W/D. 1.1 mi from U.F. on
shuttle. $149,500
Call 407-850-9066
GEORGIA Washington
County. 3,300sqft. Brick
home on 4ac. Beautiful
country setting. 4/2.
In-ground pool. Call Bev-
erly @ Town & Country
Real Estate
1-700-741 -5681
www.tandcrealestate.com
GEORGIA LAND
35 acres wooded
homesite, paved road. 2
miles from boat ramp.
Strom Thurmond Lake. 6
miles from 1-20:
$4500/acre. Will divide. -
Owner 912-529-6198
GEORGIA LAND
North Central 1-10 acre
tracts. Beautiful wooded
homesites. Terrific invest-
ment w/financing avail-
able. Limited availability!
Starting $6,000/acre.
(U.S. citizenship not
required to purchase.)
706-364-4200
GEORGIA, Blue Ridge
Mountains. New Mtn
Top Tri-level home. 2000
sqft living, huge garage,
new furniture. 30 mile
views breathtaking
$329K 321-960-6408
HENDERSONVILLE, NC
2/1,kitchen/dining combo
on top floor; 1/1 w/kitchen
gar. downstairs; fireplace,
city water, septic, central
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Home site or investment.
Financing avail. $59,000
ea. Owner/Broker Daniel
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1-800-805-7566
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Homesites starting
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lakes. Pre-construction
discounts. Limited availa-
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NC LAND:
30acs, possible pondsite:
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riverfront: $89k. Near
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919-693-8984

NC MOUNTAIN Owner
must sell Unfinished log
cabin on 1.53 acres.
$89,900. Mtn view
1300sf, paved road ac-
cess & EZfinancing.
1-828-286-1666 brkr

NC MOUNTAINS. Gated
community 25 minutes
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NEW MANUFACTURED
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$89,900.
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$29,900-$89,900
w/dramatic views, paved
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NORTH CAROLINA
Mountain log homes.
Custom built. Easily
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acre site, $129,900.
1625sq.ft. on 2acres
w/full basement,
$199,900. Proposed lake,
Great views, paved
roads, utilities, excellent
financing. 828-652-8700

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Beautiful gated
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underground electric,
great location 40 miles
west of Tallahassee,
Financing from $4995
down, 800-352-5263,
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NORTH GEORGIA Mtns
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Owner Financing,
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OHIO COUNTRY CABIN
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pliances, completely
furnished. Ready to
move in to. Includes
land. All this for only
$59,900. Call Lowell
740-260-2267

Owner Says Sell! 36+
AC $197,000 50% Be-
low Recent Cert. Ap-
praisal Nicely wooded
acreage in private, se-
cluded setting. Mature
Oaks & pines, abundant
wildlife, gated communi-
ty. Registered survey,
power & phone. Excel-
lent financing. Must see!
Call owner now
1-866-352-2249, x1180
S. CAROLINA Acreage
By Owner, 2 acres,
beautiful building tract
w/view of pristine pond
on gently rolling
property.Near Columbia
SC. $24,900. Low
Down, Owner Financ-
ing. 803-473-7125
So. Central FL.
Waterfront Land Sale 1
to 3 Acres from $199,900
So. Cen. FL's finest
lakefront community.
Enjoy two large natural
lakes & numerous
man-made lakes & ponds
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private. Excellent
financing. Call now
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SOUTH CAROLINA
MTNS. Million Dollar/
Panoramic Views! Near
Greenville. Custom bit
Mtn home. uniquely de-
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4000 sf: 5yrs old.
$585,000 Retreat or
Prime Residence; Gated
comm w/amenities; Own-
er 864-242-3011 See pho-
tos at jchomefinder.com


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Home, 2br, 2ba, 2cg, on
1/2 acre in City Limits.
Close to 1-95, Lake Mari-
on, Low taxes, $109,000.
Call 727-789-8721
SPENCER, TN: 21.4ac
Exc mtn vw! 28x56 '05
Man home. Insul. metal
bldg, elec, septic, exc
well. Full RV site, dead
end rd, very prvt! Mins
from Fall Creek Falls. 9
man ac cleared. Make
exc horse ranch/nursery
planting $325K
727-347-0183
SPRING HILL, FL- 3/2/2
New roof, carpet,large lot.
Screened pool. For sale
or rent. Beautiful home!
Too many to list! Rent
$1300 Asking $240,000
727-519-8236/2519-8219




TALLAHASSEE Invest-
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until August '07 at
$1100/month. .37 acre w/
3 BR/2 BA house. Locat-
ed near FSU, TCC, FA-
MU. Awesome rental
property for students and
families! $142,000/obo.
Call Kyle at 321-749-9453

TENNESSEE 500 + / -
acres minutes from Fall
Creek Falls State Park
Road or Creek Frontage
$1,100,000.
931-946-2697 Ext. 3
TENNESSEE -
Premier Land Sales!
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relocate? 1-3 acre
homesites at Introductory
Prices. Natural waterfalls,
placid lakes, breathtaking
bluffs, & grassy hillocks,
paved roads, utilities.
Access to attractions &
fun activities. Horseback
riding, fishing, golf, white
water rafting, scenic
railroad rides. Owner
financing, low down.
1-888-811-2158;
www.TNLots.com


TENNESSEE
1-3ac. homesites.
Premier Land Sales!
Waterfalls, lakes, bluffs,
& paved roads, utilities.
Horseback riding, golf,
fishing, white water
rafting. Owner financing,
low down.
1-888-281-5456;
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TENNESSEE LAKE-
FRONT Dockable, availa-
ble to buy NOW! Access
site with covered dock
$59,900. Direct Lakefront
$139,900. Developer/
Owner. 877-242-5263
TENNESSEE Mountain
Acreage 2 Acre
mountaintop building site.
Breathtaking vistas,
pristine forest, river
access and utilities.
$39,900. Owner
Financing. 330-699-1585
or 800-550-5263 Ask
about mini vacation!
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TENNESSEE Mountain
Land Start At $500 Down
Only $140 Month No
Banks Needed 52 1-3
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MONTEAGLE-SEWANEE.
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5 Acres & up. 4 miles
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creek. Wooded lots.
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velopments Co.
423-949-6887
www.timber-wood.com
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tian view. Ranch land,
Homesite or investment.
Has map plot $3,700
Call 321-726-9379


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COCOA custom home
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jacuzzi on 1.2 acres, gat-
ed, private, prof. m/f for
unique oasis, starting @
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MELBOURNE, employed
mature prof. non-smoker,
share Ig 3/2 home, gated
on lake w/pool, priv. room
/BA. 321-684-3569 / 953-
8746 or Gimeone@aol.com

MELBOURNE, Furnish-
ed one person/bedroom
efficiency, private en-
trance, bath, fridge, mi-
crowave, cable, washer.
No smoking / pets. De-
posit & Ref's $450/mo.
Utilities Included. Call
321-757-9283
MELBOURNE, Nice
neighborhood, professio-
nal female seeks same,
W/D. incl utils., Ref's re-
quired, $115/week. Call
321-693-3789 Leave msg

MELBOURNE, NEAR
BCC,rooms (2), w/refrig.,
microwave, 27" dish TV,
Roadrunner, 1 w/outside
entrance, no smoking,
$125/wk. 321-752-4150





80 prmns


PALM BAY SE, roommate
wanted, mature, respon-
sible to share home. Priv.
BA, priv. living area, incl.
until's, some food/meals. I
will do your laundrymust
have sense of humor,
easy to get along with,
prefer long term. 45-64
age. No winers/wimps/
liars/deadbeats/morons
need apply. Background
check. $625/mo., $400
sec. 321-298-2408
SUNTREE, near BCC,
home helper for single
woman, college student
preferred, must drive &
have valid license. Re-
duced rent $125/mo. for
room & priv. BA in ex-
change for assisting w/ a
few hours a week for daily
chores. 321-242-6519

TITUSVILLE BED &
BREAKFAST Rooms for
rent Monthly rates or
discounts for long term.
407-312-6827

VIERA (2) rooms in
brand new 2000sf home,
1 mi. off 95,no smoking/
pets. Near The Avenues,
$550/mo each room.
321-302-5663


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W. MELBOURNE, (2)
rooms in new split plan
home, $700/mo. + 1/2
utilities, $500 deposit.
Available now! Call Mark
321-223-9503. See www.
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Available,
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772-581-4440


DAYTONA BEACH -
Gorgeous Beachside
Apartments. 2 1/bdrm. Ig.
avail. $650 & up. Ocean-
views. Owner/Realtor
386-316-3133


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INDIALANTIC Duplex
2BR/1BA/garage. W/D
hookup. Walk to beach &
shopping. Clean. Avail
now. Pet ok. $895/mo.
Call Mike 321-723-0473
INDIALANTIC 2BR/ 2BA,
Bonus room could be the
3rd BR or office 10x14.
Corner Unit. A1A, across
to beach. Short/ long
term lease, 3mo/min.
$990/ mo or option to buy
$199,900 make offer.
Owner anxious. Encl. bal-
cony. W/D incl. Fully furn.
Clubhouse, tennis, exer-
cise room, pool, bingo
321-727-3866; 298-2111
INDIAN HARBOUR
BEACH, 2/1.5, partially
furnished, pool, tennis,
walk to beach, utilities
included, $1300/month
short term. 321-750-8154
MELBOURNE BEACH
Remodeled Studios & 1
BR's, walking distance to
beach and river. From
$650-$750/month. Call
321-525-0210
MELBOURNE BEACH,
2/1.5 duplex, Ig. scrn pa-
tio, terrace off mst BR, all
new appl's, immac. cond.,
gated comm., priv. ocean
access, pool, tennis,
$1100/mo. 516-343-5592


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MELBOURNE, Solid
masonary construction,
2Br 2BA, 1150 sq ft., full
size W/D incl., 6x25
screened patio, free ca-
ble package, state of the
art fitness center, lush
tropical setting.Ask about
our Specials. Bridgewater
Pointe Apartments
321-951-9030
PALM BAY 2 BR/1BA,
W/D hookup. Newly Ren-
ov. tile, wood flooring.
Move in special! 1st
month's rent $695/mo.
$500/ sec. No application
fee. Call 321-604-7535
PALM BAY Condo, 2/2,
near pool, all appl.
$800/mo incl water/cable
No pets. or buy for
$118,000 321-779-4376
PALM BAY NE, Country
Gardens 2/2 Condo, tile,
new appliances, water
incl., $750, 2 Available,
All Real Estate Inc,
Diane Vonderlieth
321-544-2199

PALM BAY, 2bd/2ba,
kitchen, large living & din-
ing, pool, close to shop-
ping, no pets. References
required. $750 month.
Call 321-956-8843
SATELLITE BEACH -
End unit 2/2.5, Dock on
canal, pool, tennis, fur-
nished or unfurn. All ap-
pl's. No Pets. $1200/mo.
321-446-2072
SATELLITE BEACH, 2/1,
Ocean View, 2nd Floor,
No Pets $850 incl, water.
Also larger 3/2 $1200
321-626-2574
SEBASTIAN 2/2 with
amenities (clubhouse,
pool, tennis) $950/mo +
F/L/S 772-538-0031
STUART: Villa Bella New
Const. 3/2.5/1 Granite SS
apple's. Close to dwntwn!
Gated w/pool. $1650/mo
incld's satellite TV. F & S
561-801-6108
VERO'S SOUTH Beach:
2/2, Screened porch,
storage, laundry, pool,
furniture optional. No
Pets. $1400/mo.
772-473-7636
VERO: Vista Harbour.
Newly Furn, renovated
2/2, 1st fir, water view,
scrn porch, 55+, No
smk/pets. $1000/mo an-
nual, incid's water!
772-464-3687 / 332-3970






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COCOA BEACH, 2/1 on
river, furnished home inci
util/cable, water, sewer
$1800/mo, 1/1 until. inci
$650 WRE 407-924-9489
HOBE SOUND Retreat
Capri III. 2/2/2
Cul-de-sac, on lake,
corner lot. Swim, Tennis,
nearby golf $1400/mo
772-341-8757
HOBE SOUND 3/2/2, in
golf community, fully equi-
ped kitchen, $1800/mo
(annual lease) incl cable,
pool, tennis
772-546-4522/248-7016
HOMES, CONDOS, VIL-
LAS, APARTMENT from
$700, furnished, unfur-
nished, annual or month-
ly. Paula Rogers & Asso-
ciates 772-231-9121
HUTCHINSON ISLAND:
Ft. Pierce, 3/2/2, Indian
river,big water view, deep
water pier, Mediterranean
style w/pool. $2250/mo.
FLS. 847-212-6767
INDIALANTIC 5BR/3BA
Pool Home 2200sf.
Nicely maintained home
in great neighborhood. 1
block from beach.
$1950/mo. Intracostal
Property 321-255-1661
MELBOURNE Golf
Course Front. 3BR/2BA.
inground pool, garage,
fireplace, W/D, fridge.
Lawn & pool svc incl.,
$1275/mo. 609-865-2507
MELBOURNE Near
Wickham/Aurora, quiet
st. 2BR/1BA $700. Incl.
w/d, water, trash, pest.
321-693-2784
www.Your-Castle. biz
MELBOURNE, ,2/1, newly
renovated bath, W/D,
large landscaped back-
yard, near BCC, very pri-
vatel $800/mo. 1st/last
/security. 561-641-2363
MELBOURNE, 2/2, den/
BR, bonus room, gar., cul
de sac,water, comm. pool
/tennis, Cedar Run, $950
+ $300 security. Good
credit! 321-632-4253

MELBOURNE: A Quiet
neighborhood, centrally
located 3/2, carport, 1500
sqft. Tile thru-out
$950/mo + dep w/good
credit. 321-837-0470
See website at: www.
domex-propertles.com

N. Palm Bch. Unique
3/2/2 on 1 acre. Terazza
Floors. Spacious, big
screened in porch, large
attached utility building
/storage. 561-312-4709
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Venetian Bay. 4bd/3ba.
2500 sq. ft. All upgrades.
Luxurious home.
$1,800/mo. or Option to
buy avail. (330)720-7053

NORTH MERRITT IS-
LAND 3 BD/2BA/3CG
Key West style home with
over 2,000 sq. ft.. New
appis, wood floors, carpet
$1400 per month
321-453-7131 Crisafulli


PALM BAY New Home
in New Lifestyle Com-
munity, 4/2/2 on lake.
Upgraded to the Max.
$1350mo, Cable, Gated,
Fitness Ctr, Sec. Sys incl.
Donna Patterson, Keyes
Co. 321-205-6755
PALM BAY ALL AREAS
2, 3, & 4 Bdrms. Homes,
townhouses, duplexes -
starting at $700/mo up to
$1300/mo. Available im-
mediately! Call for more
info. Woodlake Realty,
Inc. 321-723-8700
PALM BAY corner, 3/2/1,
new kitch. apple's, close to
shopping/I-95, beautiful
landscape, huge back
yard for pets, quiet neigh-
borhood. $900/mo. 6 or
12 mo. lease. Must rent
now! 321-508-5198
PALM BAY NE 1402
Nolan St. 3 or 4BR/2BA/
2 Car Gar. Brand new,
large backyard, new
apple's. Pets ok.
$1200/mo. 386-248-1549


MELBOURNE- 3BR/2BA
w/family rm. Big fenced
yard goes down to Crane
Creek. $900. Intracoastal
Property 321-255-1661
PALM BAY NE Rent to
own. Lg 3br/2ba. Family
room, double garage.
Across from school.
$900/mo. WD Webb
Realty 321-723-3311
PALM BAY NE: 1200sqft
3/2/carport, off Bianca.
washer/dryer $925/mo
321-837-0470 www.
domex-properties.com
PALM BAY NW for rent
4bd/2ba, 2 car garage,
2200sq ft. fenced yard,all
apples. move-in ready!
1st/last. $1100/month.
321-205-3622/960-7021
PALM BAY SE- Brand
new, 1877sf. 3/2/2. Large
kitchen, tile, garden tub,
formal LR/DR, FR, Conv
to major rds. $1100/mo.
National Realty -Sue Ann
Waser 321-508-0265


PALM BAY, 2 Weeks-
Free! Brand new Homes!
$800 -$1200 mo. All.
areas 3/2/2 w/ upgrades.
1200 sq. ft. Call for more
details. Gore Realty;
321-952-7257 704-1104 :
PALM BAY, Bayside
area, beautiful 4/2/2 2
family rms, Large fenced
backyard. $1400 negot..
Realtor 321-676-3456:
owner 954-721-3900
PALM COAST Canal
home. Bring boat. Nice
airy 3bd/1.5ba., 2-CG,
dock, near Intercoastal.
$975/mo. References.'
724-689-2896.
PORT ST JOHN
4BDR/2BA, 248 Jablo.
Large fenced lot. Rent or
Lease option. NO CRED-
IT CHECK! 321-591-6924
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PORT ST LUCIE Beau-
tiful TRADITION Home -
2br/2ba/2cg w/ext'd fami-
ly room. Walk to club-
house $1295 per month.
F/L/S Call 561-308-5488
PORT ST. LUCIE 2/2
+den, carpet, tile, in-
ground pool & jacuzzi.
Outdoor Ent. area. Close
to schools. $1200/mo or
Rent w/option to buy.
561-262-8179 / 262-8180
SATELLITE BEACH -
3br/2ba/1 car garage pool
home. 1 Block to ocean.
Fenced yard, w/d, small
pet ok. $1600/mo + dep.
321-768-7645; 543-5725
NEED TO HIRE??
CALL CLASSIFIED
and hire the best


SATELLITE BEACH,
3/2/2 updated home on
large lot in desirable
cul-de-sac. Close to
beach, shopping & Satel-
lite Schools $1275/mo
321-514-5528
SATELLITE BEACH,
3BR 1BA Ranch, pets
possible. 2 blocks to
beach. Avail aprox 3/1
$950 732-299-7224
SEBASTIAN LARGE
4br/2 ba brand new CBS
homes. Low rent & move
in. Sec 8 welcome. Call
772-413-8940
SUNTREE, Executive
Home 3/3/3, Spa. Imme-
diate occupancy, A+
schools, lake,$2200/mo
321-427-9833


VERO BEACH Dixie
Heights, 3/2/1, new
house, tile through out,
close to school & shop-
ping, FLS, $1000/mo Call
Tom 561-523-0012 Ad
# 11326 See photo at
www.HometownNewsOL.com

VERO BEACH Furnish-
ed 3/1/1 w/extra shower.
Annual or monthly. Be-
tween 8th & 4th St. Turn
on 14th Ave to 1406 4th
Ln. $950 per month.
772-834-9097
VIERA Osprey, 3/2/2,
1900sf,scrnd porch,$1300
mo. w/lawn service; with-
out lawn service $1225
mo., 1 year lease pref'd.
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w/carport, private yard on
quiet cul de sac, close to
everything, no pets. Avail.
3/1. $790/mo. + 1 month
security. 321-768-9803




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scr porch, W/D, Clbhse,
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561-329-4486 owner/agt
MELBOURNE 2 Bdrm
2 story townhome. 1150sf
Comm. Pool. $750/month
includes water & cable.
Chana Newport
Prudential Sterling Prop-
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Florida Room, Strong
Bldg. Safe Comm. Club
house. Walk to the River.
Close to everything.
$875/mo. 772-664-3657
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with option to buy. Brand
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Next to Outlets. Close to
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888-412-9177
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hookup. Walk to beach &
shopping. Clean. Avail
now. Pet ok. $895/mo.
Call Mike 321-723-0473
MELBOURNE 2BR1IBA
W/D Hook-up, very
clean, just painted,
private patio area.
$650/mo. Intracoastal
Property 321-255-1661
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321-431-4592
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$850/mo. 321-757-3931
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MELBOURNE- US1, 36K
traffic count per day.
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321-723-7550; 960-1588


MELBOURNE-Executive
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high spd internet, fax,
$400/m. 321-258-7689
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$2500/obo. Please call
321-253-2085



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Serious collector $29K
772-878-5535
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1929 convertible on VW
Chassis. 90% complete.
$3500 obo. 321-631-
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132K miles, A/C, Very
good condition. $4500,
321-725-7052
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BUICK ROADMASTER,
1993, runs like new,
$1750. 321-258-9803
CADILLAC, '94, all pow-
er, cold AC, 115K miles,
needs some work but can
be driven daily as is,
$1995/obo. 321-482-5750
CADILLAC: D'Elegance,
'88, all Ithr, red int, bik
ext. Fully loaded, hyd.
trunk, windows tinted.
Car must be seen. $3000
firm. 772-398-4880


CHEVY CORSICA
AUTO '95 Only 47,000
miles $3980.
Toyota of Melbourne
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CHEVY MALIBU 2002,
V6, tan, 4 door, automat-
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clean. Must see! $8500
cash. Call 321-725-1311

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130,000 miles, excellent
condition, $4500. Call for
more info. 321-984-7602

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$8985 or $210/mo x48
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FORD TAURUS 1999,
4dr, blue, power locks,
excellent cond. 100k
miles. $2,950. Melbourne
Beach. 321-952-7888


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$4895.
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JAGUAR XK8 2003 -
15,916 miles. Beautiful
condition. Estate, no
dealers. $34,950.
321-727-8192
Lincoln Continental-
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clean, great cond./garage
kept, fam. owned. 64k
mi. $5000.321-452-1435
LINCOLN TOWNCAR,
'93, burgundy, leather in-
terior, all power, runs
good, fair condition, 175K
mi., $900. 321-984-8916
MAZDA 626 '00 LX
Priced to sell $5480.
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PONTIAC GRAND AM,
2003, 4 door, auto, AM/
FM/CD, excellent cond.,
$6500.321-652-4381

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$12,500. 321-626-3824
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BMW R850R, '96, like
new, 15K miles, $3300.
321-253-3379
GSXR 1000, 2005, runs
great, many extras!
$8000. 321-258-9803
HARLEY '01, Dyna Super
Glide, 16.7K Miles, Wind-
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trols, $9250 OBO
321-453-4129
HARLEY DAVIDSON '88
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condition. Runs & looks
good. Asking $7,000.
321-952-1716
HARLEY DAVIDSON
883, 2000, 1018 miles,
show room condition.
Asking $6500. Please call
321-917-4539
HARLEY DAVIDSON
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2004, 17,000 miles, many
extras! Asking $11,995.
321-693-9647
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custom Sportster, 2004,
only 900 miles, two tone
black/gold. Must be seen!
$8500. 321-773-7883
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HARLEY: Softail Custom
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Looks & runs like new.
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HONDA SHADOW 650 -
2006, Candy Apple Red,
w/ windshield, only 150
miles, exc. cond. $5550/
obo. call 321-795-1508

KAWASAKI, ZX6R,
2002, low mileage only
5100 miles, red, garage
kept, excellent condition,
runs grt, Klean Catalyzer
Edition $6,900 OBO
321-952-5065
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match or beat anyone's
price. 3804 S. US 1,. Ft.
Pierce 772-464-6385
YAMAHA YZF-R6 '04,
Royal Blue, 6800 miles.
Custom Seats, many ex-
tras, excellent cond.
$7500/obo 321-779-4993




34' DOLPHIN: '04 Load-
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18K miles, workhorse
Chassis, Chevy eng. Ga-
rage stored $74,500 Call
772-285-4645
37' NEWMAR Kountry
Star, tag axle, air ride,
satellite, oak cab's, like
new in/out, new tires,
trans. 1 yr. old, new awn-
ings/ battery, high per-
formance engine mod.,
rear motorcycle carrier/
ramp, many other luxury
options, Ig. slide out, etc.
$29,900. 321-452-3911
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99 DOLPHIN, 36', Class
A, V10 Ford, 50K, extra
clean, dining/living slide,
TV satellite, new tires,
lots of extras, $50,000.
321-759-8188
CHEVY: 1993, G20
Conversion Van,
Converted to camper.
Roof top A/C. Propane
cooktop, frig., micro;
toilet, sink, 30amp
Electric. Bed is 66"X48".
112K miles, no major
problems. Bought trl.
Make offer 772-581-4599
DAMON CHALLENGER,
'03, Class A, 31', 20K mi.,
workhorse / allison, ex-
tended warranty, $65,000.
321-385-3575
EXPEDITION 2001, die-
sel, 36', slide outs, load-
ed, 36K miles, $77,500.
321-723-7550. See www.
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for photo. AD#18250
FLEETWOOD FLAIR,
'04,32',generator,2 slides,
dual AC, satellite, many
other options, 16K, like
new, $72K/obo. Manatee
Hammock 616-822-4058
FLEETWOOD: Pace Ar-
row '88, sips 6, Good
condition. $10,000. Ill-
ness forces sale. Will
negotiate. 772-589-9092
WINNEBAGO-Deluxe
motorcoach. '93.
Vectra-Diesel pusher, 35'
loaded w/extras. 38,000
mi., new monitor, cam-
eras & tires. $39,000.
obo. Call 386-767-3309



HONDA CRV EX, '99,
98K mi., auto, all wheel
drive, super clean, roomy,
great gas mileage, $7995
obo. 321-636-9796

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CHEVY ASTRO van,
1985, runs good, $800.
321-258-9803

DODGE RAM
CONVERSION VAN '94
Loaded, $5980.
Toyota of Melbourne
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EL CAMINO: 1985, V8,
and topper, A/C, auto.
772-663-3857

FORD E150 1991 cus-
tomized handicap van w/
Braun lift, very good con-
dition inside & out, purple
color, new tires/battery,
low miles, cold AC.
$5900/obo 321-729-1433

FORD WINDSTAR '02,
7 passenger, fully loaded,
alarm, blue color, exc.
cond., 54K miles. $8000.
321-727-7281/626-9506

JEEP WRANGLER: '87,
350 small block Chevy
engine. 4 wheel drive,
auto. Call 772-663-3857

NISSAN 4X4, '87, runs
good, looks good, fresh
paint, $2500. Please call
321-720-0558

NISSAN FRONTIER SE
CrewCab 4D longbed,'03,
32K, V6, bed liner, tow
pkg, roof rack, $16,200
obo. Jim 321-634-5170




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321-505-4613

UTILITY TRAILER:
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772-589-0351





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16' BAYLINER Capri
Bowrider, '02, 50hp Merc.
25 hrs., gar. kept, bimini,
fishfinder,power trim, ex-
tras!$7450. 321-757-5545
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17' CAROLINA SKIFF &
TRAILER NO MOTOR,
many xtras, 8' bimini, 10
rod holders, morel$3200/
obo. 321-784-3506
20' PONTOON boat,
40hp Yamaha motor in
good condition, boat
ready to go! $2000. Call
321-452-9370
AQUASPORT 24' 1972
w/ '87 235 Evinrude o/b.
Tower w/ upper controls,
GPS, loran, fish finder,
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BOSTON WHALER '04
14ft. w/trailer, 40HP
4-stroke mercury out-
board, bimini top & swim
ladder, only 40hrs in
fresh water, Exc. cond.
$9,299. 772-663-9563

ELIMINATOR 454 JET
BOAT, 20', 1984, w/ trail-
er. Fast, fun, many ex-
tras! Owner motivated to
sell. $10,000/obo. Any of-
fer considered. Please
call 321-752-3957

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HUNTER 25', 1980 sail-
boat, fixed keel, 4 sails,
9.9HP Evinrude, sleeps 4,
$5500/obo. 321-795-0501
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PROLINE 23' Sport, '05,
center console, easy load
trailer, 150HP Mercury,
well maintained, $31,900.
321-961-9299
SEA KING, 1965, 14',
70hp Johnson outboard,
excellent condition.
$2200/obo For more in-
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SEAFOX '03 21', cuddy,
outriggers, canvas t-top,
135 merc opt, w/ warran-
ty, '05 trailer, all electron-
ics. $19K. 321-508-1908
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Strawberry Festival


Habitat for Humanity
Board of Directors
Chair of the Board
Arthur "Duke" Fidler
Vice Chair
Ronald E. Koetter
Treasurer
Robert B. Sieck
Secretary
Melisa "Lisa" Close
Members
Roland Cook
Jay Diggs
Warren Foster
Lloyd Gregg
Beth Head
Paul Kenyon
John Luhn
Mark Metoyer
Lynn Pickett
Thomas Routzong
Habitat for Humanity Staff
President
Joe Gassman
Administrative Asst.
Miranda Fuoco
Director of Development
Joe Gallagher
Senior Accountant
Ken Stallsmith
Public Relations Specialist
Kim Gabriel
Family Support Mgr.
Gwen Hertlein-Haber
Finance Coordinator
Meg Highman
Volunteer Coordinator
Karen Mitchell
Family Support Advocate
Grace Doughtie
Construction Manager
Bob Myers
Asst. Construction Mgr.
Duane Graft
Youth Build Supervisor
Bruce Challender
Site Supervisor
Steve Layton
Faith Relations/
Volunteer Asst.
Stephanie Meyer
ReStore Staff
ReStore Manager
Dave Hutchinson
Asst. ReStore Manager
Jon Brotherton
ReStore Driver
Leo Gassman
ReStore Associate
Ruben Santos
Vol. Recycle Coord.
Ted Dittenber
Americorp Team
Volun. Support Staff
Lucy Challender
Site Supervisor
Toni Marie Osowiecki


Habitat for
Humanity
volunteers help
raise the first wall
: at what will soon
-.. ., become Dawna
Carr's new home
in Palm Bay.





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,Kaitlin Norton
staff photographer


Palm Bay 'wall-raising' raises family's hope


Large crowd braves cool temperatures as
Habitat, partners begin construction on home


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
Despite the unusually cool win-
ter morning, more than 100 peo-
ple gathered in northeast Palm
Bay to feel the warmth that comes
from making a dream come true.
The crowd was there Feb. 16 to
raise the first wall of what would
become Dawna Carrs' new home.
"Isn't this'. what Habitat for
Humanity is all about?" said Joe
Gassman, CEO of Habitat for
'Humanity of Brevard County.


"Really, it's about building family
and community."
Among those in the crowd were
clergymen, students, neighbors,
law enforcement officers, elected
,officials and volunteers. Two
members of the audience stood
out in the crowd: Tony the Tiger
and a Keebler Elf.
The two characters were there
to represent the support provided
to Habitat by Kellogg's and Winn-
Dixie.
"Really, it is occasions like this
that are very special to the Winn-


Dixie family," said Peter Lynch,
Winn-Dixie president and CEO.
"It's about doing the right thing."
In a joint promotion, Kellogg's
and Winn-Dixie donated 25 cents
to Habitat each time a customer
purchased two of any Kellogg's
products, said Lorrie Brocato,
Kellogg's snacks account manag-
er. The effort generated $45,000 -
the amount required to purchase
all of the construction materials
to build a home.
"I'm humbled to be here," said
Dan Gilroy, Kellogg's snacks man-
ager of team sales.
He added that employees' pas-
sion for the Kellogg's brand and
"can-do" attitude were instru-


mental in the successful partner-
ship.
Grace Daughtie, family support
advocate for Habitat, introduced
Ms. Carrs and her two children to
the audience.
"It was almost exactly three
years ago, that (Ms. Carrs) applied
to the Habitat program," said Ms.
Carrs. '"Already, she has put in
(more than) 375 sweat-equity
hours, double what was
required."
Ms. Carrs and her son Jared, 15,
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Thousands expected to attend Strawberry Fest


Fundraiser supports
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BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
Strawberry lovers, your biggest
day of the year is almost here.
Wickham Park's main pavilion
will be filled with fresh strawber-
ries, strawberry pies, shortcakes,
jams and pancakes 7 a.m. to 5
p.m. Saturday, March 3, as the
annual Strawberry Festival
comes to town.
In its 19th year, the fest sup-
ports Habitat for Humanity of
Brevard County. In addition to a
plethora of strawberry dishes,
the event also features a classic
car show and an arts and crafts
exhibit.
Celebrating 20 years in Brevard
County, Habitat volunteers have
built more than 200 homes for
low-income families.
The organization helps fami-
lies work hard to realize the
dream of homeownership. Habi-
tat requires at least 350 hours of
volunteer service from each new
homeowner, and at least 150 of
those hours are spent building
other people's homes.
The funds raised at the festi-
val help pay for building sup-
plies and land purchases.
"This is our one big fundrais-
er," said Grace Doughtie, fami-
ly support advocate for the
organization. "Last year, we
raised enough money to cover
the building costs for four new
houses."
Last year, more than 10,000
people attended the event.


File photo
Melbourne resident Ricky Budden, 11, climbs a rock wall during last
year's Habitat for Humanity Strawberry Festival at Wickham Park Pavilion.


The festival started at Front
Street Park in Melbourne in
1988, and moved to the Holy
Name of Jesus Church in 1994
after outgrowing the original
location. In 1998, the fest
moved to its current location at
Wickham Park.
"An entire day can be spent at
the festival," said Ms.
Doughtie.
Melbourne's Kiwanis Club
hosts the traditional pancake
breakfast from 7-10 a.m. Fol-
lowing the breakfast, Ms.
Doughtie suggests attendees
visit the more than 80 artists
and crafters who will be dis-
playing their treasures.
The Palm Bay Rotary Club


presents the Classic Car and
Bike Show, featuring more than
200 antique and vintage cars.
The first 150 registrants will
receive dash plaques and
goody bags.
All-day fun will include musi-
cal acts, a food midway and
children's activities.
"Attendees can purchase tick-
ets for $1 each that can be used
at the various Kid's Korner
activities," said Ms. Doughtie.
While the day is filled with
activities and events, strawber-
ries will always take the center
stage.
"The festival's signature
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Cheyenne Gulick, 11, of Melbourne, holds an alligator at last year's
Strawberry Festival at Wickham Park Pavilion. The alligator was part of
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Festival
From page D3


dessert, strawberry shortcake, is
always a favorite, along with the
chocolate dipped strawberries and
cooling strawberry smoothies," said
Ms. Doughtie.
More than 1,000 volunteers


support the event, but more
help is always welcome. For
information, call (321) 255-5800
or e-mail volunteer@brevard-
habitat.com.
For information about Habitat


For Humanity of Brevard County,
visit www.brevardhabitat.com.
Contact Gretchen Sauerman at
(321) 751-5961 or e-mail her at
sauerman@hometownnewsol.com.


What do a used car, a teddy bear, and a retired accountant have in common?


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Melbourne resident CJ. Coleman prepares to strike a
strength- determining game during last year's Habitat for
Humanity Strawberry Festival at Wickham Park Pavilion.
This year's event is Saturday, March 3.


They are all gifts in the eyes of some of our future
homeowners.
The Family Support staff could tell you hundreds of
stories about how the simplest of services or gifts can
help one of our families in need.
For example, did you know:
V A teddy bear can dry the tears of a little girl'
who is crying because they have had to move
for the fourth time in six months?
V A used car will enable a father to get to work so
he can continue to bring home a paycheck, pay
the light bill, and feed his family?
V A retired accountant who donates his time to
filling out a family's short form tax return can
save them hundreds of dollars in preparation
fees?
Our families have needs brought about by
circumstances most of us have never experienced.
They have to make very basic decisions like whether
to pay the electric bill or replace the two bald tires on
the van; do they go to their child's play one evening
at school if it means they won't have enough gas in
the car to get to work the next morning?
If you are a retired accountant (or know one) who
would be willing to help a family with their tax
return ...
If you know someone who has an automotive shop
who would be willing to donate a set of tires or a tune-


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If you have a used computer and would like to donate
it to and train a family to use it ...
If you are or know a dentist who will offer a free
service...
If you can't think of a gift to share, you may want to
buy a gift certificate at Publix/Winn Dixie/WalMart
and drop it by. We promise to save it for a family in
need. We will be good stewards of these "emergency
assists."
Be creative think basic! If you have a service that you
believe might help a family during hard times, just
give Gwen or Grace a call at 255-5800. They would be
delighted to talk with you and offer suggestions.









Fran Stewart, Cocoa Stake Director of Public Affairs and Adrian Paschal
of the Palm Bay ward prepare to stock the pantry at a recent Habitat
house dedication. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is
pleased to-have the opportunity to stock the pantry of each dedicated
Habitat for Hum niin of Brevard County home. The Church has nine
congregations throughout Brevard, including one Spanish branch.


2007 Strawberry Festival


T-Shirt Design Contest Winners



We had hundreds of entries from 17 different schools.
It took the judges three days to make their final decision.
The artwork was unbelievably original, at times humorous, and always creative.


The overall winner's art will emblazon
the official t-shirt of the
19"1h Annual Strawberry Festival.


Elementary Division Middle School Division
t place: Daniel Kemack, Dr. WJ Creel Elementary, High School Division 1" place: Alexa Stathis, West Shore Jr/Sr High
Susan Wetherington art teacher 1s place: Hillary Brooks, Satellite High School, School, Jim Finch art teacher
2nd place: Samantha Shores, Dr. WJ Creel Elementary, Yvonne Weinstein art teacher 2nd place: Michael McCann, West Shore Jr/Sr
Susan Wetherington art teacher 2nd place: Adam Klett, West Shore Jr/Sr High School, High School, Jim Finch art teacher
d ntJim Finch art teacher 3rd place: Andy Garner, Central Middle School,
place: Malia Byrtus, Gemini Elementary, 3 ,place: Elizabeth Paine, West Shore Jr/Sr High School, Cynthia Fleming art teacher
Rebecca Lee art teacher Jim Finch art teacher
Honorable Mention: Nicholas Crepeau, Honorable Mention: Ashley Lund, Honorable Mention: Nikki Gregory,
Gemini Elementary, Rebecca Lee art teacher Rockledge High School, Mrs. Foell art teacher West Shore Jr/Sr High School,
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Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity of Brevard
Dawna Carrs, new homeowner, hugs Joe Gassman, Habitat
for Humanity of Brevard CEO, during her wall raising cere-
mony last month.

Wall
From page D2


Above photo: Members of
the Carrs family, Kayler,
left, Dawna, and Jared,
pose with Dan Gilroy,
Kellogg's snacks manager
of team sales, Peter Lynch,
Winn-Dixie president and
CEO, and Tony the Tiger
during the wall raising
ceremony for the Carrs'
new home last month.

On the Right:Habitat for
Humanity and Winn-Dixie
volunteers pause before
getting to work building
Dawna Carrs' new home
in Palm Bay.

Photos courtesy of Habitat for
Humanity of Brevard


ceremonial hammer to the
family.
"I am so happy and
appreciative, especially to
my sponsors, Winn-Dixie
and Kellogg's," said Ms.
Carrs.
Ms. Carrs placed a
$2,200 'deposit for the
home, and will make
monthly mortgage pay-
ments of $300-$400 per
month for the next 30
years.
She said she plans to
continue to give back to
Habitat by working on
future construction proj-
ects, allowing others to
realize the same dream.


As soon as the ceremony
concluded, Habitat volun-
teers and Winn-Dixie
employees grabbed their
hammers and started
working in earnest on
framing the home.
"I feel unspeakable joy,"!
said Ms. Carrs.
To support Habitat for
Humanity of Brevard
County, call (321) 255-5800
or visit www.brevardhabi-
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Contact Gretchen Sauer-
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Future homeowners know there will be a
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By the time they move into their new
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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

Habitat for Humanity is an ecu-
menical Christian housing min-
istry that builds houses in part:
nership with very low-income
families
The houses are sold to families
through no-interest loans, at no
profit. Habitat holds the mort-
gages and recycles the principal
payments to fund future houses.
Construction expenses are kept
to a minimum by utilizing volun-
teer labor, and developing part-
nerships with churches, business-
es, and other organizations to
provide cash and in-kind dona-
tions of building materials, servic-
es and property.
The organization obtains oper-
ating and program funds through
the application for federal and
local grants, fundraisers and other
donations.
The beginning
Habitat for Humanity of South
Brevard was incorporated as an
affiliate of Habitat for Humanity
International in the fall of 1985. At
a pace of four to five houses a year,
the local organization was able to
complete 47 houses in 14 years.
In July 1999, the board of direc-
tors stepped out in faith, pledging
to raise $5 million to build 75
houses in five years as part of the
"More Than Houses" campaign
launched by Habitat Internation-
al.'
Habitat's campaign officially
started in August 2001. The affili-
ate's aggressive campaign com-
mitment foresaw its 100th house
being completed by July 2004.
Staying true to its strategic plan,
the affiliate achieved the goal with


the dedication of the 100th house
on May 9, 2004, and the comple-
tion of 123 houses by June 2006,
surpassing its campaign goal.
Newprogram
A new partnership concept
forged in the summer of 2003,
between the city of Melbourne
and Habitat has assisted home-
owners living in substandard,
dilapidated homes, without the
economic means to bring their
residence up to a livable condi-
tion.
All of the applicants for the city
of Melbourne Housing Replace-
ment program are elderly clients,
many with a very long history and
investment in their homes.
Through the city of Melbourne's
grant, Habitat is contracted to
demolish the existing structure
and replace it with a simple,
decent Habitat house.
ReStore begins
To assist in the generation of
operating revenue, Habitat
opened its ReStore operation on
July 8, 2003. In the first year of
operation, the ReStore produced
gross revenues of more than
$80,000, with a 30 percent
increase in revenue, in the second
year of operation.
In an effort to increase ReStore's
environmental impact, the Flori-
da Institute of Technology, Bre-
vard County and Habitat part-
nered in an innovative recycling
grant through the state of Florida
to improve ReStore's collections
systems, increase ReStore's square
footage and develop a model that
other affiliates throughout the
state of Florida can benefit.


Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity of Brevard
Winn-Dixie president and CEO Peter Lynch, Ernie, the Keebler Elf and Tony the Tiger stopped in to check on
the progress of Dawna Carrs' future home in Palm Bay. A fundraising partnership between Winn-Dixie and
Kellogg's raised $40,000 to purchase materials for the Habitat home.


Other Habitat affiliates
In November 1987, Tom Arce-
neaux and Harvey Page began
work to establish a Habitat for
Humanity chapter in Titusville. In
early 1988, the North Brevard
Ministerial Association had
endorsed the idea.
Meanwhile, another group was
working in the Central Brevard
area to begin a chapter. By mid-
year, the two groups began dis-
cussion on becoming one affiliate.
In November 1988, the two
chapters became Space Coast
Habitat for Humanity. The Space
Coast chapter completed its first
house in 1990.
At an average of four to five
house completions a year, the
organization has helped 61 fami-
lies achieve their dream of home-
ownership.
Both chapters stopped accept-
ing housing applications in 2004
due to the lack of available build-


ing sites, and the sheer volume of
program requests as the local
housing market explosion.
Increased housing and rental
costs, coupled with new and
increased impact fees, put home-
ownership out of the reach of
most low to moderate income
families.
The 2004 hurricane season only
added to this already dismal situa-
tion by creating a shortage, of
rental opportunities as longtime
residents contracted to complete
hurricane repairs.
New beginning in 2005
Habitat for Humanity of Bre-
vard County is the result of the
successful merger between
Habitat for Humanity of South
Brevard and Space Coast Habi-
tat for Humanity on June 30,
2005.
Due to the increased housing
costs in Brevard County and the


overwhelming need for more
affordable housing, the two Habi-
tat for Humanity affiliates,
announced their decision to
merge and consolidate efforts
effective July 1,2005.
By bringing the strengths of
both affiliates together, the new
affilliate will be more accessible to
the general public, thus increas-
ing the organizations identity
within the community to increase
and organize its volunteer base
and resource development strate-
gies.
The intent of this combined
effort is to provide more home-
ownership opportunities to Bre-
vard County residents in need of
'simple, decent, and affordable
housing.
As of February 2007, Habitat for
Humanity of Brevard County has
completed more than 200 homes
countywide and currently has 11
homes under construction.


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Strawberry Festival


Habitat works


to restore more


than houses


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

The Habitat for Humani-
ty ReStore, a division of
Habitat for Humanity of
Brevard County, is "a re-
use shop for home repair
and building materials."
The relationship
between the ReStore and
the Habitat ministry is crit-
ical in the effort to provide
simple, decent, affordable
housing for families in
need.
ReStore's mission is to
provide a sustained oper-
ating funding source to
Habitat through the sale of
donated and recycled
materials, tools, and furni-
ture sold to the communi-
ty at a substantial savings.
The ReStore opened its
doors to the public on July
12, 2003. The grand open-
ing was Aug. 16, with the
formal ribbon cutting cer-
emony attended by many
area dignitaries.
Although inventory
varies with donations, gen-
erally the ReStore carries
tools, hardware, lighting,
plumbing, bathroom fix-
tures, appliances, wood,
aluminum, windows,
doors, insulation, shingles,
window treatments, paint,


tile, shelving, and furni-
ture.
The ReStore recycles
new, used, overstocked or
discontinued building
materials donated by man-
ufacturers, stores, contrac-
tors, and individuals.
These donated items are
sold to the public or used
in construction of Habitat
houses.
All revenue from sales
goes to the local Habitat
affiliate in support of its
building program.
Donors are primarily pri-
vate, but companies such
as Lowes, Arcade Carpet &
Tile, LifeStyle Homes,
Superior Trim & Door,
Braden Kitchen Cabinets,
Color Wheel Paints, Indian
River Furniture, and
Richards Paint continue to
make significant contribu-
tions to the store.
Habitat for Humanity is
attempting to expand its
donor base through the
use of volunteer salvage
crews for deconstruction,
contacting builders for
"left over" construction
materials, partnering with
businesses for damaged or
discontinued goods and
continuing the campaign
for private donations.
Current goals include


Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity
An assortment of lamps and lighting fixtures await shoppers at Habitat for Humanity's ReStore shop. Recycled and left-
over construction materials are donated to the store, then re-sold, with the proceeds benefiting Habitat.


securing a new building to
enable the ReStore to ade-
quately display merchan-
dise and sell donated
building materials, appli-
ances, furniture and light-
ing fixtures to enable
Habitat to reach its annual


budget.
Continued partnerships,
such as the grant received
through Florida Institute
of Technology and other
donations, not only sup-
port the continued efforts
of the ReStore enabling


Habitat for Humanity to
build homes with families
in need, but it is a part-
nership that continues to
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tal awareness concerning
our community's landfills.
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bourne, the facility hous-
es more than 5,000
square feet of donated
merchandise. The store is
open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m
Tuesday through Satur-
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Tithing our time...our tal
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Melchizedek one tenth of all he had taken.
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A volunteer said if you iane 10"o of ouLr Jda too
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take a little longer.
Each step is broken down
into small pieces, since we
do not want families to feel
overwhelmed. The steps are:
Preliminary Partner-
ship
This is where the family
shows its willingness and
determination to partner
with Habitat for Humanity.
In the first two months, each
adult will put in 30 sweat
equity hours and deposit a
minimum of $100 of the
required down payment.
They will also have an
appointment with Con-
sumer Credit Counseling
Service.
Foundation: Level 3
In the Preliminary Part-
nership, the family proved
its willingness to partner
with Habitat for Humanity.
Now family members will
be asked to work a little
harder.
In Level 3, each adult will
be asked to complete an
additional 40 sweat equity
hours, have on deposit a
minimum of 25 percent of
the total down payment,
and continue credit coun-
seling.
In addition, they will
attend the scheduled first
time homeowner education
sessions offered by Habitat
for Humanity.
Structure: Level 2
By the time a family reach-
es this level, they will have
already invested 70 sweat
equity hours per adult and
deposited 25 percent of the
down payment.
In Level 2, they will be
asked to complete an addi-
tional 80 sweat equity


hours per adult, have on
deposit a minimum of 50
percent of the down pay-
ment, and continue with
the credit counseling.
They will also continue to.
attend any scheduled first
time homeowner educa-
tion sessions.
Moving Up and In:
Level 1
The family has now com-
pleted 150 sweat equity
hours and deposited 50
percent of the down pay-
ment. Now they are waiting
for a house assignment.
How quickly a house is
assigned depends on how
many families are ahead of
them in line for a house.
While waiting, they will be
required to complete five
sweat equity hours each
month.
They will also continue to
make regular deposits so
they can have all of the
down payment paid before
moving in.
Once construction begins
on their home, the family
will be asked to complete
100 sweat equity hours ,per
adult on its own home. The',
will build their house in
partnership with the volun-
teers.
Much of the building will
take place on Saturdays, so
families must be prepared
to be on the job site every
Saturday. If they have a job
where they normally work
on Saturday, we will work
with their employer to get
their work schedule adjust-
ed.
They will also continue
to attend any scheduled
first-time homeowner
education sessions, as well
as a budget counseling ses-
sion and a public relations
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Dave Miller accepts the 2006 Habitat for
Humanity of Brevard County volunteer
award from President/CEO, Joe Gassman.


The 2007 theme is Inspire By Example"
because it truly reflects the power volunteers
have to inspire people they help, as well as, to
inspire others to serve.
Never before has man had such a great
capacity to control his own environment, to
end hunger, poverty, and disease, to banish
literacy and human misery. We have the power
to make the best generation of mankind in
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