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City Council approves Lofts at Waverly


Petitions show
support; two reverse
their positions

BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE After a tempo-
rary derailment early last month,
the Lofts at Waverly project is


back on track.
After failing to receive approval
at the March 13 Melbourne City
Council meeting, two council
members reversed their position,
and gave the project the thumbs-
up during the March 27 meeting.
Dozens of detractors asked the
Melbourne City Council to deny
the 120-foot high, mixed-use
project during the March 13
meeting. The vote ended in a 3-3


tie, with council members Cheryl
Palmer, Joanne Corby and John
Thomas voting against the proj-
ect.
Supporters of the project con-
ducted a massive petition drive
during the two-week hiatus
before the next hearing.
Laird Gann, executive director
of Melbourne Mainstreet, pre-
sented a petition with 98 support-
ers of the project.


"This sailed through (Planning
and Zoning) unanimously," said
Mr. Gann. "How did we get to
where we are now?"
Ms. Palmer questioned Mr.
Gann's petition effort because the
Melbourne Mainstreet, which
receives funding from the city of
Melbourne, represents itself as a
historic preservation organiza-


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This Week


Eagle Scout
project helps
city meet Clean
Water Act
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE -When it
comes to the environment,
17-year-old Josh
Humphries knows what it
means to think globally
and act locally.
Josh spearheaded a proj-
ect to identify more than
320 Melbourne storm
drains as part of his Eagle
Scout project.
"I'm a big environmen-
talist," said Josh, who has
been in scouting for nearly
a.decade. "I've done proj-
ects and speeches on glob-
al warming at (Eau Gallie
High School)." I
Josh got the project idea
from Marty Koehler, an
assistant Scoutmaster who
works in the city of Mel-
bourne's engineering
department.
"People don't realize that
just by washing your car in
your driveway, all that
water drains straight to the


lagoon," said Josh.
Equipped with wire
brushes, industrial adhe-
sives and special plastic
emblems, Josh and six
teams of fellow Boy Scouts
applied markers to 322
storm drains in neighbor-
hoods near Sarno Road.
The markers are bright
blue and white, embla-
zoned with the words
"Dump No Waste Drains
To Lagoon."
The Scouts handed out
literature to curious neigh-
bors explaining the storm
drain marking project.
Some common causes of
lagoon contamination
include washing cars in
driveways, vehicle fluid
leaks, pesticide overuse
and improper disposal of
pet waste.
As part of a mandate
under the national Clean
Water Act, -each city is
required to take measures
to minimize storm drain
pollution. One of those
measures is public out-
reach and education.
"We gave the handouts
to anyone who wanted to
know what we were doing,"


Eagle Scout
candidate Josh
Humphries, 17,
right, led a project
placing more than
320 protective
markers on
Melbourne area
storm drains. He
was aided by a
team of Boy Scouts
and adult
volunteers,
including Ryan
Crider, 14,
left, and assistant
Scoutmaster Don
Smith.


Kaitlin Norton
staff photographer


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ON A TEAR


President settles into position at community college


The Melbourne
High School B9
Bulldogs varsity
baseball team has won 40 of
its last 41 games


Leg up
on Easter
dinner


Grammy
Guru has Adrene Borg
terrific.Easter meal
ideas from leg of A |
lamb to honey-
baked ham

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Florida Tech A
will play 4W,
host to its Lisa M. Onorato
French Film Festival
starting April 11 at
Gleason Performing D
Arts Center

Index
Calendar B8
Classified B14
Crossword B13
Dining Guide .................... BI
Horoscopes BI
Sports B9
Police Report ........................ A 5
Lifestyle B1
Travel A16
Viewpoint A6


Former interim
leader focuses on
faculty, students

BY JENNIFER STAHL
Staff writer
A month into his new position as
president of Brevard Community
College, James Drake said he has
focused his attention on the people
who make the institution a "com-
munity" college.
The sudden death of former col-


lege president Tom
Gamble Nov. 8,
2006, of melanoma,
caused an emotion- '
al upheaval among
faculty, staff and
students, Mr. Drake
said.
"This has been a
challenging time for
the college given James Drake
the unexpected
passing of Tom," he
said. "Coming to grips with that has
been an unparalleled challenge for
the college."


Mr. Drake officially became presi-
dent March 1 by an unprecedented
unanimous vote of Brevard Com-
munity College's Board of Trustees.
Previously, he served as interim
president of BCC, and prior to that,
worked as associate vice president
for academic affairs, campus execu-
tive officer and director of the
southern region in the University of
Central Florida regional campus
system.
A native of Columbus,. Ohio, Mr.
Drake earned his Ph.D. from Ohio
State University in 1973. He has
worked as a member of the faculty


of Ithaca College in Ithaca, N.Y,
where he served consecutively as an
associate professor, chair of the
Department of Education, associate
director of graduate studies and
director of televised studies.
Mr. Drake was also the founding
dean of Metro College, and served
as assistant provost of the universi-
ty. He was later named vice presi-
dent and dean of Findlay College,
now known as the University of
Findlay. Additionally, Mr. Drake
served as executive director of the.


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Academy attendees

walk in cops' shoes


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
West Melbourne resident Geoffrey Chin learns to fire a modified Glock 22 at targets in
the West Melbourne City Council chambers. Field training officer Joseph Jones
instructs Mr. Chin as part of the Citizen's Police Academy training program.


West Melbourne
program offers
civics lessons
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
, Staff writer
WEST MELBOURNE -
The sound of gunfire rang
out in West Melbourne's
council chambers last
month, but no one was
injured.
The police department
transformed the city's
chamber room into a
makeshift shooting range,
so that members of the
Citizens' Police Academy
could fire special bullets at
targets.
"It lets the citizens expe-


rience the same thing a
police officer sees," said
West Melbourne Police
Sgt. Mike Helms. "We take
everybody else out of the
room, and give the student
the (criminal) situation,
and have them take appro-
priate action."
Students first fired spe-
cially modified Glock
handguns at stationary
targets attached to the
walls.
Later, an officer donned
protective gear and played
the role of a would-be
assailant. Academy stu-
dents learned to react and
fire weapons at the
approaching threat.
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tion.
"I don't have a dog in the
hunt, so to speak," said
Ms. Palmer. "I just think it
is very unfair to use tax-
payer money to lobby for
private development."
Mr. Gann countered that
downtown merchants
would benefit from "a
huge return to urban living
in downtown Melbourne."
Council member Cathy
Meehan presented a peti-
tion signed by 39 down-
town merchants support-
ing the project.
Ms. Palmer questioned
the ethics of Ms. Meehan's
signature drive.
"In a quasi-judicial
(hearing), is it appropriate
for a sitting council mem-
ber to have an opinion and
hand out fliers and take a
position (on the issue)?"
said Ms. Palmer.
City attorney Paul
Gougelman provided
background for the coun-
cil to determine whether
Ms. Meehan should recuse
herself from voting.
"You need to remain
detached,". said Mr.
Gougelman. "In another
Melbourne case, the court
determined it was inap-
propriate."
"In a nutshell, state law
gives you two alterna-
tives," he said. "If you have
a conflict, you cannot
vote. If you do not have a
conflict, you must vote."
Ms. Palmer also asked
Ms. Meehan to note any
signatures from mer-
chants who leased proper-
ty from the Meehan fami-
ly.
"I have five," said Ms.
Meehan, after she
reviewed thd list. "Not that
many."
With Mayor Harry


Scouts
From page A1
said Josh.
Each team used wire
brushes to scour a clean
surface on the storm
drains, then used a strong
adhesive to apply the
emblems.
"If we saw any trash in
the storm drains, we
removed it, too," said Boy
Scout Ryan Crider, 14.
During a Melbourne City
Council meeting last
month, Mayor Harry
Goode presented the team
with certificates of appre-
ciation for their hard work.
The project was com-
pleted in one long week-
end. Josh credits the hard
work of all the team mem-
bers and adult chaper-
ones.
"Without the team, it
would have taken many
days to complete the proj-
ect," said Josh.
Josh and his team also
entered the coordinates of
each storm drain into a
global positioning system
for the city to incorporate
into their geographic map-
ping programs.
Many ,of the storm
drains were in Melbourne's
older neighborhoods, built
before the city developed
its digital mapping sys-


Goode's support, Ms. Mee-
han chose to participate in
the final vote.
Ms. Meehan's vote, as it
turned out, was not neces-
sary to break a tie, as Mr.
Thomas and Ms. Corby
decided to support the
project, resulting in a 5-1
vote supporting the pro-
ject's request for a condi-
tional use permit to build
40 feet higher than the
present code allows.
"I didn't support the
project (initially) because
I was concerned about
(parking for) downtown
Melbourne merchants,"
said Mr. Thomas. "That
fear, I believe, was
unfounded."
Ms. Palmer was the lone
dissenting vote. Council
member Richard Contr-
eras, who previously sup-
ported the project, was
absent from the meeting.
"The antique shops and
small shops will not be
able to survive," said Ms.
Palmer. "We'll have a Star-
bucks, but it will not be
'Historic Downtown Mel-
bourne.'"
After the meeting, Peter
Flotz, a member of the
development team for the
Lofts atWaverly, expressed
his satisfaction with the
ruling.
"The City Council's vote
to support the Lofts at
Waverly project signals
solid action in the move-
ment to reinvigorate His-
toric 'Downtown Mel-
bourne,'" said Mr. Flotz in
an e-mail.

Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or
e-mail her at
sauerman@hometown-
newsol.com.


tends. .
Assistant Scout "Master
Don 'Smith helped Josh
with the project.
"To become an Eagle,
(the Scout) must find a
project that will benefit
the community," said Mr.
Smith. "The project teach-
es the boys skills in plan-
ning, organizing, working
with teams and meeting
with members of the com-
munity."
When Josh graduates
from high school next
year, he plans to; attend
college and major in polit-
ical science.
"I'm interested in some
form of public service,"
said Josh.
The city has more than
15,000 storm drains, and
many still need to be
marked, Josh said.
To volunteer or learn
more about the city's
storm drain marking pro-
gram, contact Danielle
Straub in the city's engi-
neering department at
(321) 953-6327.

Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or
e-mail her at
sauerman@hometown-
newsol.com.


Correction

A list of Brevard Public Schools offering voluntary pre-
kindergarten classes was incorrectly reported in the March
30 Week in Review. This list should have included Dr. W J.
Creel Elementary, 200 Glenwood Drive, Melbourne.


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Ranch provides more than just shelter


Home offers
emotional
support,
education

BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
Melbourne Police Offi-
cer Frank Carter remem-
bers when a 14-year-old
girl was brought to
Hacienda Girls ranch after
a long and harrowing
journey.
"She had been trans-
ferred 43 times (in the fos-
ter care system) before she
ended up at Hacienda,"
said Officer Carter. "Just
imagine 43 transfers 43
(changes in) schools,
classmates and friends."
After moving to the
ranch, the teen lived there
until she graduated at age
18.
Hacienda Girls Ranch is
a group home and emer-
gency shelter for girls ages
12-18. The ranch is part of
the Brevard Division of the
Children's Home Society.
The ranch strives to pro-
vide a secure environment
for 45 girls who have been
removed from unstable
family situations.
Instead of an institu-
tional facility, the girls live
in ranch-style homes on a
25-arce campus in Mel-
bourne.
While the ranch receives
funding from Community
Based Care of Brevard, the
United Way and the Flori-
da Department of Health,
individual contributions
are also important. Most
grant dollars must be used
for specific purposes, such
as food or case manage-
ment.
"Unrestricted dollars are
very valuable to us," said
Teresa Miles, executive
director for Children's


Home Society. "If we have
a girl come here in the
middle of the night, we
can purchase a stuffed
animal or pajamas for
her."
The program's leaders
use some of the individual
donations for items many
children take for granted.
"We have children in
here who have never had a
birthday cake," said Ms.
Miles.
The Hacienda House is
part of the "Continuum of
Care" programs offered by
Children's Home Society.
At one end of the con-
tinuum, the Healthy Start
program is aimed at
reducing infant mortality
by providing. education
and medical care to preg-
nant women, and helps
new mothers with lacta-
tion and nutritional sup-
port.
As children grow, case
managers help families
with emotionally dis-
turbed children and offer
parental guidance when
children are at risk.
If children need to be
removed from their home,
the Hacienda Girls Ranch
and foster care programs
provide temporary and
long-term shelter.
When re-unification
with family is not a possi-
bility, some children will
be placed in the adoption
program.
Hacienda's program is
different from traditional
foster care because the
girls live in a group care
setting and learn inde-
pendent living skills.
"Clinicians work with
the girls," said Ms. Miles.
"The staff and structure of
the home teaches behav-
ior management.
"With a lot of our girls,
it's appropriate to begin
teaching them independ-
ent living skills at an early


Staff photo by Gretchen Sauerman
Teresa Miles, executive director for Children's Home Soci-
ety, works at her desk in north Melbourne. The organiza-
tion seeks volunteers, board members, donations and
potential foster and adoptive families.


age."
Community volunteers
and a board of directors
support the ranch with
fundraising and facility
improvement projects.
Recently, volunteers
constructed a walking trail
at the ranch, to encourage
the girls to be more active.
"Many of our children
have weight issues," said
Ms. Miles. "We believe in
focusing on them as com-
plete individuals who
need to be healthy."
Volunteers also help
mentor children and pro-
vide positive adult role
models.
"People don't want to
adopt kids aged 14 to 17,"
said Officer Carter. "I
mentor a child named
Jesse. I take him to Orlan-
do Magic games and help


him with school."
Many local businesses
and civic organizations
support the Children's
Home Society as well. The
Brevard Cultural Alliance
supports the Hacienda
Girls Ranch,. providing
fine arts experts to work
with the girls.
"We send dancers and
visual artists in weekly,"
said Alice Landry, arts and
education coordinator for
Brevard Cultural Alliance.
"They spend about an
hour and a half at each of
the houses."
An exhibit of some of
the artwork created by the
girls is on display at the
Government Center in
Viera, in Building C, out-
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REVIEW

Brevard Public Schools creates online forum

Brevard Public Schools has added a "Community
Forum" section to its official Web site,
www.brevard.kl2fl. us.
"The Community Forum will provide an opportunity
for the school district to solicit and broaden communi-
ty input on key issues or topics," said superintendent
Richard DiPatri, in a news release.
Moderators will screen postings for inappropriate or
obscene messages. The forum addresses general topics
and ideas and suggestions to improve public schools in
Brevard County.

Officers garner top awards

A Melbourne Police Department officer was named
Brevard County's 2006 Officer of the Year last week.
Officer Mark Jennewin, the winner, was one of 21
candidates evaluated by the Brevard County Associa-
tion of Chiefs of Police.
The nominees were honored during the association's
annual dinner March 28.
During the dinner at the Melbourne Hilton Rialto,
each agency presented officers plaques recognizing
their accomplishments during the past year.
Officers of the Year include:
Brevard County Sheriff's Office deputies Robert
Cline, Marie Clark and Jose Santos
Brevard County corrections officers
Belden Ferguson and Fredrick Mendiola
Melbourne Airport Police Department officer John
Dobson
Melbourne Village Police Department officer Jason
Wheeler
*West Melbourne Police Department officer Jennifer
Dick received the Distinguished Service Award.

Small business development
center to host workshops

Brevard Community College's Small Business Devel-
opment Center will host several business workshops in
April.
"Developing and Executing an Exit Strategy for Small
Businesses" is scheduled from 6-9 p.m. April 10. The
course is designed for business owners who are planning
to retire or sell their businesses in the next five years.
"Visual Merchandising" will take place from 5:30-8:30
p.m. April 12. Students will learn the importance of creat-
ing an effective three-dimensional marketing plan that
includes store displays, window displays and store
design.
For information, or to register, call (321) 433-5570, or
register online at www.bcctraining.com.

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Hacienda
From page A3
Room.
"It's a good outlet for the
girls," said Ms. Landry. "We
call it art therapy."
Community leaders and
Children's Home Society
staff encourage individu-
als to get involved with the
program, either by men-
toring, volunteering, or
donating to the organiza-
tion.
"These programs for our
children are needed so
much," said Brevard
County Commissioner
Helen Voltz. "If we don't
take care of them at that
age, we've lost them."
Community leaders are


encouraged to consider
becoming a member of the
Children's Home Society's
Board of Directors. For
information, call Officer
Carter at (321) 409-3426.
"Our community should
take care of our own chil-
dren," said Officer Carter.
"We need the passion of
other members in the
community to help these
girls."
For donations or volun-
teer information, call the
Children's Home Society at
(321) 752-3170 or visit
www.chsfl.org.
Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or
e-mail her at
sauerman@hometown-
newsol.com.


Citizen
From page Al
Two weeks later, acad-
emy members partici-
pated in a hands-on
crime scene investiga-
tion, to learn more about
criminal and drug inves-
tigation techniques.
"The Citizens' Police
Academy was the result
of Sgt. Helms' initiative,"
said West Melbourne
Police Department
Cmdr. Steve Wilkinson.
"Chief (Brian) Lock
and I highly supported
(the idea) for many rea-
sons," said Cmdr. Wilkin-
son. "It offers a wonder-
ful opportunity for the
citizens of our communi-


ty to get a real look at
what really goes on in a
municipal police depart-
ment."
During the 16-week
program, students meet
once a week for two-
hour sessions. Guest
speakers include law
enforcement officers, the
West Melbourne City
Manager, David Reynal
and Circuit Court Judge
David Silverman.
Students also get to
ride along in a police
vehicle, to learn what a
patrol officer experi-
ences.
"The program was
done so well," said Lenox
King, graduate of the
academy's first class four
years ago. "We had a lot


of great speakers, includ-
ing Judge Silverman. Also, I
really enjoyed the hand-
to-hand combat session."
For the combat session,
officers .wore protective
pads and equipment and
pretended to be intoxicat-
ed, Mr. King said. Academy
members were taught how
police handle difficult
arrests.
This year's class has 11
West Melbourne partici-
pants.
Sgt. Helms proposed the
idea of the academy as a
way to create a core group
of responsible, well-
informed citizens.
Academy participants
gain first-hand knowledge
of the challenges and frus-
trations police officers
face.
Many of the academy's
graduates continue to
meet quarterly and help
sponsor the quarterly and
annual Police Department
awards programs, Sgt.
Helms said.
West Melbourne resi-


dent Geoff Chin is in the
Academy's current class.
"I've really learned a lot,"
said Mr. Chin. "My favorite
program on TV is 'Law and
Order,' and the academy
reminds me of the show."
Participants must be at
least 21 years old and be
residents of the city of West
Melbourne, or have a busi-
ness or other vested inter-
est in the city.
"I would encourage
other citizens to get
involved," said Cmdr.
Wilkinson. "They would
gain a better understand-
ing about the police
department's function in
society."
For information, or to
enroll in the next academy,
call the police department
at (321) 723-9673 or visit
www.westmelbourne.org.
Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or
e-mail her at
sauerman@hometown-
newsol.com.


Drake
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University Center of
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/ He is also the author of
seven books and more than
50 articles. Two of Mr.
Drake's opera biographies,
"Ponselle: A Singer's Life,"
o and "Richard Tucker: A
Biography" received "Book
of the Month" designations
I from the National Book
Clubs of America.
Mr. Drake said he has also
focused on how he and the
staff can streamline the
structure of the institution.
"All (of) the constituents
we deal with internally agree
we need to audit all (of) our
i\ processes to see how they
can be more cost effective,
"1 student friendly and faculty
friendly," Mr. Drake said.
"Keeping in mind all the
emotions on campus, I've
tried to have a calming, but
forward-thinking effect. I've
,,, tried to reassure everyone
* this is a time of growth and
;confidence and copse,
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sure our services are where
they need to be."
Mr. Drake said his ulti-
mate goal for the college this
year is to steer the staff and
students toward healing in
M the face of Mr. Gamble's
I death.
"The overarching goal I
have for the college this aca-
demic year is it began as
such a heartbreaking year
I'd like us to become a big-
hearted institution," he said.


"We need to be wide open
and embracing to every-
one."
In the interest of continu-
ing the legacy of BCC's third
president, Maxwell C. King,
Mr. Drake said he's interest-
ed in reaching out to more
members of the community.
"It's very important for me
as president to spend as
much time in the communi-
ty as possible," Mr. Drake
said. "We need to bring the
college to the community in
ever-expanding ways. We
need to reach out to the His-
panic community, and we
continually ask ourselves,
what are we doing to
expand access to Hispanic
(residents). We work closely
with the NAACP BCC, dur-
ing the 30-year leadership of
Max King, had achieved a
reputation for inclusion,
and I would like to see us
rebuild that reputation."
Jim Ross, BCC's vice pres-
ident for advancement
'and public affairs, praised
Mr. Drake's work thus far.
"Dr. Drake is the best
relationship builder I've
ever known," he said.
"What he's done in the
community is remarkable.
He has the energy of a
teenager. No one can keep
up with him. What you will
see with this presidency is
a whirlwind of activity all
designed to make this (col-
lege) better."


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POICE REPORT


Melbourne Police
Department

Justin Steven Gentgen,
21, of 1202 Pinetree Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
March 24 with possession
of cocaine.
Ronald Leon Gordon,
21, of 3411 Saxon St., Mel-
bourne, was charged
March 24 with possession
of cocaine, driving while
license suspended and
reckless driving.
Jeffrey B. Harrison, 24,
of 127 Tenth Ave., Indialan-
tic, was charged March 24
with possession of cocaine
and possession of an open
container.
Andrew Dillon Miles,
24, of 646 Shady Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged
March 24 with possession
of cocaine.
Todd Matthew
Spindler, 24, of 5 Barbara
Court, Satellite Beach, was
charged March 24 with
being a habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-
pended license, driving
under the influence of
alcohol and reckless driv-
ing.
Amanda Marie White,
27, of 2327 Elm Drive, Palm
Bay, was charged March 24
with felony failure to
appear, retail theft and
resisting a retail merchant.
Daninry Canty, 41, of
1138 Mathers St., Mel-
bourne, was charged
March 25 with driving
while license suspended,
possession of cocaine and
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
Juan Gonzalez Her-
nandez, 31, of 847 Lamp-
lighter Drive N.W, Palm
Bay, was charged March 25
with possession of
cocaine.
John Francis Loftus,
48, of 1471 Bridgewater


Drive, Melbourne, was
charged March 25 with
battery on an emergency
care provider and battery
on a law enforcement offi-
cer.
Marie Mitchell Sage,
48, of 990 Alexia St., Mel-
bourne, was charged
March 25 with possession
of a controlled substance,
felony possession of a con-
trolled substance and pos-
session of drug parapher-
nalia.
+ Michael S. Scaff, 25, of
720 Footbridge Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged
March 25 with battery-
domestic violence.
+ Justin D. Butcher, 22,
of 1008 Wilson St., Mel-
bourne, was charged
March 26 with battery-
domestic violence.
+ Paul E. Lavallee Jr., 46,
of 1608 Peachtree St., Apt.
1C, Melbourne, was
charged March 26 with
burglary, trafficking in
stolen property, giving
false information -and
grand theft.
Scott Allen Torrence,
38, of 1378 Sunwood Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
March 26 with possession
of cocaine, possession of a
prescription drug without
a prescription and posses-
sion of drug parapherna-
lia.
Robert Lee Napier Jr.,
38, of 4268 Barnesdale
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged March 27 with
possession of cocaine, vio-
lation of non-resident
requirements and felony
possession of a controlled
substance or physical con-
traband.
Erica Lashay Foster,
29, of 420 Harbor City
Blvd., Apt. 243, Melbourne,
was charged March 28 with
uttering a forged instru-
ment, grand theft and on-
site violation of probation.


Michael Patrick Wake-
ly, 43, 1948 Nixon Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
March 29 with battery-
domestic violence.

West Melbourne
Police Department

Anthony Dewayne
Brown, 20, of 411 Thor St.,
Apt. 102, Palm Bay, was
charged March 24 with two
counts of grand theft and
two counts of trafficking in
stolen property.
Roger Thomas Tam-
men, 68, of 621 Davie
Court, West Melbourne,
was charged March 24 with
battery-domestic violence
and resisting arrest with-
out violence.
+ Brian Kenneth Kusch,
40, of 200 Rocket Lane,
Apt. 14, West Melbourne,
was charged March 25 with
battery-domestic violence.

Brevard County
Sheriffs Office

Michael Eugene Allen,
-27, of 556 Ann Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged
March 24 with driving
under the influence of
alcohol.
Jarret Tyson Davis, 21,
of 510 Dilido St., Palm Bay,
was charged March 24 with
violation of community
control.
+ Steven Dwayne
Perkins, 19 of 201 Planta-
tion Club Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged
March 24 with aggravated
assault, improper exhibi-
tion of a dangerous
weapon and discharging a
firearm in public.
+ Richard William
Anderson Jr., 26, of 550
Willowbrook St., Palm Bay,
was charged March 25 with
battery-domestic violence.
Kelly Marie Eady, 41, of


530 Melanie Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged
March 25 with violation of
probation.
+ Courtney Jerard John-
son, 26, of 1465 Pace Drive,
Palm Bay, was charged
March 25, with violation of
probation.
William M. Laurent,
30, of 621 Church St., West
Melbourne, was charged
March 25 with battery-
domestic violence.
Thomas Frederick
Balzano, 33, of 3915 Corey
Road, Malabar, was
charged March 26 with two
counts of violation of com-
munity control.
Danielle Nichole
Capps, 20, of 122 Central
Road, Apt. 206, Indian Har-
bor Beach, was charged
March 26 with violation of
probation.
Ronald Alan George,
41, of 7305 Henry Ave.,
West Melbourne, was
charged March 26 with
driving under the influ-
ence of alcohol.
Deborah L. Jimenez,
46, of 150 Allen Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged
March 26 with violation of
probation and possession
of drug paraphernalia.
4 Steven M. Roberson,
24,; of 120 Park Ave., Satel-
lite, Beach, was charged
March 26 with two counts
of possession of cocaine
and three counts of pos-
session of drug parapher-
nalia.
Jane Roberts Ward, 48,
of 1019 Fairplay Ave., Palm
Bay, was charged March 26
with six counts of uttering
a forged instrument, grand
theft, misdemeanor failure
to appear and battery-
domestic violence.
Dara Rose Yeager, 26,
of 1824 Aurora Park Circle,
Melbourne, was charged
March 26 with possession
of cocaine, possession of


cannabis and two counts
of possession of drug para-
phernalia.
+ George Cortes, 43, of
1099 Face Drive, Palm Bay,
was charged March 27 with
burglary, resisting arrest
without violence and petty
theft.
Corey M. Ford, 22, of
697 S.E. Balloon Terrace,
Palm Bay, was charged
March 27 with felony fail-.
ure to appear.
Jean Paul Francois, 35,
of 1095 Riviera Drive N.E.,
Palm Bay, was charged.
March 27 with grand theft.
Edmond Lewis Harri-
son, 33, of 5320 Busher Hill
St., Melbourne, was
charged March 27 with
felony failure to appear.
William Porter
Haslam, 39, of 813 Del Mar
Circle W, West Melbourne,
was charged March 27 with
violation of community
control.
Kris Piazza, 41, of 141
Cypress Brook Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged
March 27 with acquiring or
obtaining a controlled
substance by misrepresen-
tation, fraud, forgery or
deception, two counts of
sale of a controlled sub-
stance and possession of a
blank prescription form.
+ Terry Wayne Pinkston,
44, of 952 Lyons Circle
N.W, Palm Bay, was
charged March 27 with
violation of probation.
Rafael G. Rivera, 33, of
1756 Sawgrass Drive S.W.,


Palm Bay, was charged
March 27 with felony fail-
ure to appear.
Denise Renee Rose, 32,
of 2337 Leewood Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
March 27 with felony fail-
ure to appear.
Dennis R. Suro, 19, of
1450 Port Malabar Road,
Palm Bay, was charged
March 27 with violation of
probation...
Francisco Tievino War-
ren, 30 of 2536 Pineapple
Ave., Apt. 1, Melbourne,
was charged March 27 with
three counts of failure to
appear, possession of
cocaine and two counts of
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
+ James Michael
Antaloci, 27, of 3641
Jupiter Blvd., Palm Bay,
was charged March 28 with
two counts of violation of
probation.
Marc Christian Brown,
19, of 66 West Dover Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
March 28 with contempt-
failure to serve sentence.
Robert Lee Calhoun,
41, of 215 Rheine Road
N.W; .Palm Bay, was
charged March 28 with two
counts of violation of pro-
bation.
James William Clark,
22, of 332 Emerson Drive
N.W, Palm Bay, was
charged March 28 with six
counts of burglary and
three counts of petty theft.
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Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
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All American Daytona 500

Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Daytona 500 All American. Top 10
cars: Chevrolet, Ford and Dodge. That's great for the
United States of America. They can't beat us.

Mortgage companies not
to blame for foreclosures

They're blaming the foreclosures on the mortgage com-
panies and that's not so.
The problem here is our county is just greedy.
They tax taxes out to build a new city hall. What for?
What's the matter with the city hall here? They don't have
to buy thousands of dollars worth (of) furniture? Why?
People here in this county should not have to be paying
the taxes they are paying and they should (not) have to
pay the insurance they are paying on their homes.
It's just a bunch of baloney. And that is why people are
losing their homes: taxes and insurance.

Are you kidding?

This is in response to "Treatment at airports unfair."
Are you kidding me? In this day and age of terrorism
and all that goes on?
I flew Jet Blue and I had no problems. Just do what they
want you to do. I don't want to blow up. I don't want any-
thing to happen. If you miss your friends, take a train. I
mean, come on.
This is worse than the umbrellas and sunscreen sta-
tions. You must be the same person. Just accept it.

So sorry for your inconvenience

I am calling to express my regrets for the woman whose
friends were treated unfairly at the airport.
I'm so sorry for personal inconvenience that Sept.'11
happened and that it was American citizens before that
who blew up the federal building in Oklahomna.
She really just needs to realize that we are in a fight
against terrorism. I'm willing to stand in line for two
hours and do whatever needs to happen.
She needs to get off the pity party that she is having.
Maybe she is just too old to realize that the world has
changed.
We are not in Iraq so that her ability to get on the plane
and not be searched can happen. We are in Iraq because
we have to search the people who go on our planes here
because planes were flown into the World Trade Center.
She needs to read the news a little bit.

More supermarkets needed in Suntree

I would like to make a request. One of our main prob-
lems here in the Suntree area is not enough supermar-
kets. There is not enough competition for Publix.
Things are getting so out of hand. We just can't really
afford to buy all that we need in that one store.
Please, please, go easier on the prices. They made a big
profit last year. Maybe they can just give us a break now.

Demand property tax reform

Everyone needs to call state representatives and
demand property tax reform.
The Democrats will have you believe it's a handout to
the rich. Believe me, it hurts the many working poor, fire-
men, policemen, and teachers, and upcoming future
young homeowners much more than it helps the rich.
Do the math!
Let's say you are below the poverty line of $16,000 a year
(and you) spend half of that on taxable purchases. The
extra 2.5 cent increase would cost (you) an average of $17
a month.
On the other hand if you are a family making $36,000 a
year, and somehow could find a $105,000 house, after the
$25,000 homestead exemption, you'd pay taxes' on
$80,000.
With a millage rate of 15, you'd pay $100 a month in
property taxes.
Who is hurt more? Who needs the money more?
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increase, they would have to buy $4,000 a month in tax-
able purchases.
The more the county values your house, the more you
pay.
I say make it an even 9 cents, and figure out another way
to reimburse the poor for their $20 of additional cost.
Maybe the state representatives who are against this
could walk around and hand out $20 checks to them.
Or, they could keep things the same and walk around
and collect the $100 plus per month of property taxes
from the working poor.
I may sound bitter, because I am.
In 2001, I lived in an 1,800-square-foot house on an acre
of land and paid $1,800 dollars a year in taxes. I had no
problems with that.
I took out a $207,000 loan, and with a lot of sweat equity
built myself a 2,800 square-foot home.
Now the county says it's worth $580,000, even though it
only cost me $207,000 to build.
I make no more than I did before, but now my taxes are
$8,700 dollars a year.
I moved a mile away from my previous house, and have
the same amount of land. The last time I checked, I use no
more services than I did before.
Both houses are in the county, and not in the city of Mel-
bourne, or my taxes would even be higher.
This was our dream home. I told my wife the other day,
that there is no way we'll be able to stay in our house, (or
even in) Florida, because we can't afford the taxes and
insurance after we retire.
In hindsight, I should have stayed in my previous house
and taken advantage of the system that rewards those
who don't move, and places the tax burden on the young
and the people new to the area.
These high taxes make us prisoners to our homes. The
longer you own your home, the more costly it will be to
move.

Future generations just scary,

In response to "In defense of ducks:" maybe I could
answer a few of her very legitimate questions regarding
the young men who were throwing a basketball at some
poor ducks.
She asks: "What is wrong with these people?:
Answer: They're mean.
She asks: "Can't they leave the ducks alone?"
Answer: Yes, but probably just long enough to go and
beat up some homeless people, instead.
She asks: "Where are their parents and why aren't they
watching their kids and (being) more aware?
Answer: Their parents (or parent) are probably at their
own home, just happy that their mean kids aren't.
The parents probably are aware of their mean-spirited
kids; they just don't care.
Apathy seems to be an inherited trait passed to our chil-
dren. A parent can be physically present but still emo-
tionally absent.
' Why even bother?
These kids are our future.
Scary.

Close beaches at Patrick AFB to outsiders

Please pick up the refuse (trash) you bring to the beach-
es and toss it in nearby garbage cans or take it back home
and dispose of properly.
If everyone did this, our beaches would be clean.
In particular, beachgoers at Patrick Air Force Base.
Shame on you who litter there.


Perhaps the commanding general can shut down the
beaches in front of Patrick.
Only people with military IDs should be allowed to set
foot on that property.
It is filthy and a disgrace to our community and the
nation.
I doubt military-related personnel are the culprits. So
shut this area to all but the military related and see what
kind of trash is left behind.
Very darn little, I'll wager.
I have worked and played at many recreation areas
operated by the U.S. military. Never have I seen such filth
as at the beaches by Patrick.
I suggest charging a litter fee of $5 a person or $10 a car-
load to enter Patrick's beach areas.
Then employ a non-profit group to provide paid per-
sonnel to pick up the trash.
The masses do not respect and therefore do not deserve
to enjoy the beauty and the surf break near Patrick Air
Force Base.
Maybe it's time (the) free ride ends.

Jesus would never condone abortion

In response to "Study Jesus before taking sides:"
The writer series to fault previous cohlrihtafies for
not quoting Jesus on the abortion issue and relying onthe
Old Testament.
It's clear that whether one searches the Old Testament
or the New Testament, Jesus could never be in favor of
abortion.
Jesus himself said, "Do not think that I came to destroy
the law or the prophets. I did not come to destroy but to
fulfill." (Matthew 5:17). This means he came to fulfill the
10 commandments include "Thou shalt not kill" and
(Proverbs 6:16 ) "Hands that shed innocent blood are an
abomination to him."
Jesus said, "Whoever therefore breaks one of the least of
these commandments and teaches men so, shall be
called the least in the kingdom of heaven" (Matthew 5:19)
and "Whoever causes one of these little ones who believe
in me to stumble, it would be better if a millstone were
hung around his neck and he were thrown into the sea"
(Mark 9:42).
Jesus also said, "Blessed are the merciful for they shall
obtain mercy:" (Matthew 5:7).
Is it merciful for a mother to kill her baby?
The writer was correct in saying that we should not
judge.
Jesus did say, "Judge not and you shall not be judged
.and you shall not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be
forgiven." (Luke 6:37).
We must pray the prayer that Jesus taught us.
May the will of God be done on Earth as it is in heaven,
may he forgive us as we forgive others and may he 'deliver
us from all evil.
Amen.

Beware those who call evil 'good'

In response to "Pro-life means more than just words:" I
would suggest all those who believe in God and read the
Bible review: ( Isaiah 5:20) "Woe to those who call evil
good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light
for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bit-
ter."
The writer compares life in the womb to a cancerous
tumor and a parasite an outrageous attempt to dehu-

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manize a human being so that the decision to kill is easier
and less personal.
A child in the mother's womb is not a parasite that sucks
the life out of the mother. A child in the womb is a living
human being that shares the mother's life-giving nutri-
ents.
If properly nurtured, the child will be born and share its
entire life with the mother.
An unimaginable and inseparable bond of love, which
began in the womb, will be woven between mother and
child.
A cancerous tumor if left alone kills (evil). A fetus, on the
other hand, if not aborted will promote life, which is a gift
from God (good).
The writer could have made a more appropriate analogy
by comparing abortionists with parasites and cancerous
tumors.
We must be careful not to judge, but we must admonish
and instruct the sinner.
We must pray for all those who have had abortions, are
considering abortions or are promoting abortions in any
way.

Sex offender defense shocking
I must say I am shocked someone would actually write
in and say her husband should not be shunned or blamed
for what he did ("In defense of sex offenders," March 9
Hometown News).
I just checked the (Brevard County Sheriff's Office) Web
site (which I highly recommend).
There are 12 offenders within 2 miles of my house. I
know people who will not let their children ride bikes or
walk to school because of these people.
There is no reason in the world we should feel sorry for
this man or his family.
Did you ever hear, "You reap what you sow."
I do a lot of reading and there are cases of offenders who
have not offended for years, and then they re-offend.
It might not happen today or tomorrow or the next day,
but it will happen.
There is something wrong in these people's brains.
I totally agree with the writer who said they would never
forgive or forget.
I think all the sexual offenders should be rounded up
and put on an island away from society where they can't
hurt anyone again.

Seniors need a list of contaminated pet foods
(Many) pet owners are seniors most (of whom) can't
afford or do not want a computer.
So, why doesn't someone print out a list of cat foods that
have the contamination?
We worry every time we buy the cats their food, that it
might be their last meal.
Editor's note: Pet owners concerned about food should
return to the store to find out if the brand was among those
recalled.


Don't hog the mailing supplies
(For those) who have a home business, it (is) very frus-
trating when we are unable to get mailing supplies.
It is bad enough that the postal rates are increasing
more often than us want to think about.
Here is a suggestion:
If you need a lot of supplies for mailing, that is one
thing. But if you just take them for the sake of taking them
- shame on you.
Maybe the post office should put the supplies behind
the counter and let these people wait in line.
If these people don't have a good reason for taking bulk
supplies the post office should charge them a fee.

Democrats' end date for war
would be disastrous

I remember a few weeks ago in Rants & Raves a woman
said she was voting for Hillary Clinton because she was a
woman.
I guess it doesn't matter how Hillary stands on the issues
as long as she's a woman.
According to that logic, all blacks will vote for (Barack)
Obama, and all of those with great hair will vote for (John)
Edwards.
It doesn't matter that Hillary and the rest of the Democ-
rats support a certain date for the withdrawal of troops
from Iraq.
And what's wrong with that you might ask?
You mean besides telling our enemy that you intend to
lose by default on a certain date in the future and give the
enemy exactly what they want?
That you are telling the enemy and the rest of the world
America will withdraw and give any future enemy what
they want, because we don't have the will to win?
Or how about the fact you are telling our troops you don't
think they can win and it really doesn't matter if they do -
the sacrifices they have made are irrelevant.?
When you say you will leave on a certain date no matter
what is happening on the ground you are conceding
future defeat.
What if on that date, say Nov. 1, 2008, you are so close to
victory, but now, by law, you have to leave.
Imagine if we had to close down World War II one month
after D-Day because the war wasn't going so good in 1943.
If that last sentence confuses you, maybe you should try
reading some history.
Why can't people see you are giving the enemy just what
they want?
This is an enemy that has said they want our destruction.
This is an enemy that performs beheadings.
This is an enemy that blows up its own children.
This is an enemy that is evil.
By just conceding defeat are we ignorant, blind or are we
suicidal?
Maybe it's all of the above.

Tired of complainers
This rant has been building up for some time.
I'm getting a little tired of the folks who want to complain


about everything, specifically those of every nationality
and religious beliefs who want to change the lives of others
and their beliefs.
These comments are not aimed at any one particular
group of people, but if the shoe fits, wear it.
American people are the most tolerant people in the
world. We have opened our doors and hearts to all. We are
tolerant of everyone's customs and religions and beliefs
and don't dictate how you live. We welcome you and the
things that you bring to our wonderful country.
But there are groups who want to rewrite the rules and
push some of their misguided beliefs on us.
I have visited and lived for extended periods of time in
many different countries around the world and never
once tried to impose my beliefs on the people of the coun-
try where I was a guest.
We choose to live in harmony with our guests and future
citizens. Please be tolerant of your host country as well.

Kudos to prohibition Rant & Rave
In response to the article about bringing back prohibi-
tion: Spectacular!
I have seen alcohol bring the greatest kind of people
down to the depths of hell. A family member of mine with
an alcoholic partner 'shares in this pain, only sober. So she
remembers everything: the violence, the screaming.
I can't tell you how many times I fear for her life. Alcohol
destroys lives, not only those who drink.
Think of the friends and families. If we can all stand tall
and fight for this, it could end this widespread problem.

The historical vacuum
I'm responding to the rant "Time to bring back prohibi-
tion."
I'm curious if this person is living in a fantasy world and
an historical vacuum.
Prohibition: Organized crime seeded and funded it so
they could move into legitimate businesses, and they're
still there.
Abolishing tobacco: Canada didn't even do that. They
just taxed it heavily, up to $7 a pack. A of couple year's ago I
read in the appear that Canada's main commodity of
smuggling is cigarettes.
Drugs: That's a whole different story. It breeds violence
and turf wars.
Trying to abolish tobacco and alcohol, this isn't going to
work. That is how speakeasys got started and people got
rot gut that killed them because it wasn't controlled.
Children dying: It happens every day. It's tragic, but I
think even to suggest getting rid of alcohol, though no
politician would, is sadly a knee-jerk reaction to an admit-
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IAAP meeting
planned April 10

The Central Brevard
Chapter of the Interna-
tional Association of
Administrative Profession-
als will meet at 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday, April 10, at Court-
yard by Marriott, 3425 N.
Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach.
Avanti Pakrasi and Stan-
ley Diane Dione, financial
advisors with Smith Bar-
ney, will speak on "Guard-
ing Against Identity Theft -
What You Need to Know."
Reservations are due by
April 9 to Debbie Carter at
dcarter@hoyman.com or
(321) 426-3003.

Women's conference
planned May 4-5

"A Vibrant Women's Con-
ference: Live the Life You
Love!" is planned for May
4-5 at the Crowne Plaza
Oceanfront, 2605 N. High-
way A1A Indialantic.
The event, hosted by the
Small Business Develop-
ment Center of Brevard
Community College, will
feature nine workshops
led by women who are
experts in their fields.
Registration fee is $109
before April 1 and $119
after. The fees include the
nine workshops, gourmet
lunch, goodie bag, regis-
tration materials, work-
book and entrance to the


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Resurrection Ranch
breaks ground
on facility

Resurrection Ranch
recently broke ground on
its new kitchen and dining
facility.
Resurrection Ranch is a
nonprofit organization
that serves people in crisis.
The project was made
possible because of the
Mercedes Homes Cars &
Stars fundraisers in 2005
and 2006.
The building is expected
to be complete in Septem-
ber 2007.

WESH-TV wins
Cronkite Awards

Greg Fox, political
reporter at WESH 2, has
received a Cronkite Award
from the University of
Southern California's
Annenberg School for
Communications.
Judges praised Fox's
"Truth Tests," including
one that "went beyond
sound bites to show the
profound impact religion
can have on a race."
Also, Hearts-Argyle Tele-
vision Inc., owner of
WESH-TV, won in the sta-
tion group category for
Excellence in Television
Political Journalism for the
fourth consecutive year.
The awards will be pre-
sented April 19 on the USC
campus in Los Angeles.

Bar foundation
donates to
scholarship fund

The Brevard Bar Founda-
tion has presented a grant
to the Brevard Paralegal
Association.
The money will be used
to support the associa-
tion's local scholarship
program and ongoing
community service proj-
ects.

Bunky's takes top
chowder prize

Bunky's. Seafood Grill &
Raw Bar took top honors at
the 22nd annual Chowder
Cook-Off, sponsored by
the Cocoa Beach Area
Chamber of Commerce's
Convention and Visitor's
Bureau.
Rusty's Seafood & Oyster
Bar finished second and
Chowders Seafood Grill
took third.
Bunky's will serve the
official chowder at
SpringFest (formerly
SeaFest) May 3-6 at Cocoa
Expo Sports Center.


Conch Key Grill & Tiki
Bar received the People's
Choice Award. Runners up

included Chowders
Seafood Grill and The Red-
head Martini & Cigar Bar.

Seminar addresses
retirement income

A free seminar on man-
aging retirement income is
planned at 11:30 a.m.
Thursday, April 12, at Sun-
tree Country Club, 1 Coun-
try Club Drive, Melbourne.
The seminar is spon-
sored by Ayad Saad, a
financial advisor for
Edward Jones.
For reservations, call
(321) 255-2552.

ASTD chapter
meets April 10

The Space Coast Chapter
of the American Society for
Training and Development
will meet 5:30-8 p.m. Tues-
day, April 10, at Integrated
System Diagnostics Train-
ing Facility, 780 S. Apollo
Blvd., Melbourne.
The program, "Survival
Skills for New Managers,"
will focus on the core sur-
vival skills for a develop-
ment strategy and key
design elements that are
critical for engaging a new
generation of learners.
For information, visit
www.spacecoast-astd.com.

'Lenders Roundtable'
scheduled April 17

The Small Business
Development Center at
Brevard Community Col-
lege will host the "Lenders
Roundtable" 9-11 a.m.
Tuesday, April 17, at One
Senior Place, 8085 Spyglass
Hill Road, Viera.
The free program will
cover lending and banking
in Brevard County for
business owners and
potential business owners.
Representatives from
several banks and the U.S.
Small Business Adminis-
tration will be on hand.
For reservations, call
(321) 433-5570 or e-mail
Sandy Pfimmer at pfrim-
mers@brevardcc. edu.

Human resource
workers learn
survival skills

The South Brevard chap-
ter of the Society for
Human Resource Manage-
ment's next development
session will focus on "Sur-
vival Skills for Today's
Human Resource Profes-
sional." /
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12, at the Eau Gallie Yacht
Club, 100 Datura Drive,
Indian Harbour Beach.
Cost is $20 for members
and $25 for non-members.
Register at
www.sbshrm.org under
chapter meetings.

Vendors needed
for SpringFest
The Cocoa Beach Area
Chamber of Commerce is
looking for vendors and
businesses to participate
in SpringFest.
The event, which was for-
merly SeaFest, will be May
3-6 at the Cocoa Expo Cen-
ter, 500 Friday Road,
Cocoa.
Local business can show-
case their products and
services at the SpringFest
Marketplace. The facility is
air-conditioned.
To participate, contact
Gail Lamirata at (321) 459-
2200 or e-mail
springfest@cocoabeachcha
mber.corn or visit
www. SpringFestSpace-
Coast.com.

Human resource
conference planned

The 2007 Space Coast
Human Resource Confer-
ence will be 8:15 a.m. to
4:15 p.m. Wednesday, April
18, at the Hilton Mel-
bourne Rialto Place, 200


Rialto Place, Melbourne.
Chip Madera will be the
keynote speaker.
Registration deadline is
April 13. Cost is $179 for
members of the Chamber
of Commerce, SBSHRM,
SCHRA or ASTD, and $189
for non-members.
To register, call (321) 724-
5509, Ext. 241.

Montecito town
houses sales start

Mercedes Homes is
opening sales of town
houses in Montecito in
Satellite Beach.
The gated community
will feature two- and three-
bedroom floor plans
beginning at $230,000. The
Montecito Beach Club,
which will be open to resi-
dents, is scheduled to open
this summer.
For information, call
(321) 779-4343 or visit the
model center on South
Patrick Drive.

Diamond buying
seminar offered

In commemoration of
April as Diamond Month,
Wesche Jewelers will host
an educational seminar,
"How to Buy a Diamond."
The event will be 5:30- 8
p.m. Thursday, April 19, at
the store, 8145 N. Wickham
Road, Viera.
Holly Wesche, owner and
certified gemologist, will
lead the seminar.
The event is free. Howev-


er, space is limited. Reser-
vations are required by
April 13. Call (321) 254-
5441.

'Disaster Proof'
workshops planned

The workshop, "Disaster
Proof Your Business in 90
Minutes," will be offered
April 27 and May 10 at two
Brevard Community Col-
lege campuses.
Leading the workshops
will be Robert Goetz, a cer-
tified business analyst with
the Florida Small Business
Development Center in
Seminole County.
The April 27 session will
be in the community din-
ing room at the Palm Bay
campus of Brevard Com-
munity College, 250 Com-
munity College Parkway.
The May 10 workshop
will be in the college's
Florida Solar Energy Cen-
ter, 1679 Clearlake Road,


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For reservations, call
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Child Abuse Prevention
Awareness Month.
In recognition of this
national effort, Communi-
ty Based Care of Brevard is
hosting its second annual
Dine Out to Prevent Child
Abuse on April 25.
As the lead nonprofit
agency responsible for
child welfare in Brevard
County, one of the organi-
zation's top priorities is
child abuse prevention.
Through it's Brevard
C.A.R.E.S. front-end pre-
vention program, CBC of
Brevard helps families stay
strong, and stay together.
As partners in the fight
against child abuse, some
local restaurants, have
agreed to donate a portion
of their daily non-alcohol
sales to CBC of Brevard;
100 percent of the pro-
ceeds will stay in Brevard
County.
As of the end of March,
the participating restau-
rants include Pizza Gallery
& Grill, Viera; Dixie Cross-
roads, Titusville; Rodos
Grill, Melbourne; Conch
Key Grille & Tiki Bar, Rock-


ledge; T.F. Onion Cafe &
Deli, Cocoa Beach; Scott's
on 5th, Indialantic; Main-
street Pub, Downtown
Melbourne; Hollywood
Nights Video & Pizza, Mel-
bourne Beach; Magnolia
Caf6 & Eatery, Downtown
Melbourne; Fiesta Azteca,
both Melbourne loca-
tions; Yianni's Delis, Sun-
tree and both Melbourne
locations; Surfin' Turtle
Bar & Grill, Melbourne
Beach; Mustard's Last
Stand, both Melbourne
locations; City Tropics
Bistro, Indialantic;
Bernard's Surf, Cocoa
Beach; Fishlips Waterfront
Bar & Grille, Port Canaver-
al; Slow & Low BBQ, Cocoa
Beach; Long Doggers,
Melbourne; and Haru
Sushi Bar & Grill, West
Melbourne.
The restaurants will also
be listed or) CBC of Bre-
vard's Web site.
Eat out on April 25 at one
of these local restaurants
and know that your contri-
bution is making a differ-
ence in the lives of some of
Brevard's most vulnerable
children.
For information, call
(321) 752-4650, Ext. 2015,
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BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE Hun-
dreds of German tourists
may visit the Space Coast
each month if a new Mel-
bourne Airport initiative
succeeds.
Last month, the airport's
governing body approved
spending $200,000 for the
project. The money will be
paid in three installments
to a German tour operat-
ing company, M-Touristik.
The tour company's
CEO, Andreas Wieczorke,
visited Brevard County
after meeting members of
the Space Coast Tourism
Development Commission
at an international trade
show last month.
"During our visit, we got
a great impression of the
Space Coast, with its
unique selling position,
the Kennedy Space Cen-
ter," said Mr. Wieczorke
through a translator.
M-Touristik will use the
airport's grant 'to create
marketing materials to tar-
get 3,500 European travel
agencies serving an more
than 16 million potential


tourists, said the airport's
executive director, Richard
Ennis.
The multi-media mar-
keting blitz will include
printed brochures and
radio, TV and Internet
commercials.
"We will promote the
region under the brand of
"Space Coast," and will
offer every kind of experi-
ence the region has," said
Mr. Wieczorke.
Plans call for weekly,
non-stop charter flights
from a German city to and
from Melbourne, either on
a Boeing 767 or Airbus 330,
said Mr. Ennis.
If the effort succeeds, Mr.
Ennis anticipates as many
as 6,000 additional tourists
coming to the Space Coast
during the first year of the
program. .
The tourists could inject
nearly $6 million into hos-
pitality-related Brevard
County businesses annu-
ally, he said.
M-Touristik has been in
business since 2005, and
has a history of successful
charter flight programs to
Spain,. Grand Canary
Island and Bulgaria, said
Lori Booker, spokesperson
for the airport's public
relations firm.
"We're hoping to get the
company's principals here
by May 13 (to finalize
plans)," said Ms. Booker.


Growth to include new hotel


BY TONY JUDNICH
Staff writer
VIERA Though a large
sign stating that- a 100-
room hotel is "coming
soon" stands next to Impe-
rial's Hotel and Conference
Center, the property owner
is being tight-lipped about
the project.
Lake City's MGM Resorts
owns Imperial's, 8298 N.
Wickham Road, and the
parcel containing the sign,
according to information
from the Brevard County
Property Appraiser's
Office.
Company co-owner
Mahendra Patel said he
does not want to reveal the
name of the proposed
hotel.
While Imperial's has a


conference center, the
proposed hotel will not
include one, Mr. Patel said.
According to Imperial's
Web site, the "Imperial
Ballroom" has classroom
space for 300 people, ban-
quet space for 450 people,
reception space for 600
people and theatre space
for 700 people.
The proposed hotel is
not an expansion of
Imperial's, said Mr. Patel,
who did not have a pro-
jected opening date.
"Everything is very pre-
liminary right now," he
said.
Officials with the county
Planning and Zoning
Office said they do not
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plan.
There are more than 70
hotels in the county,
according to the Space
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But the county could
use large convention
spaces, said Chuck Galy
from the Melbourne-Palm
Bay Area Chamber of
Commerce.
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Convention Center in the
Holiday Inn Express near
(State Road) 520," he said.
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The first flights could
begin by the first week of
October, she said.
"The primary benefit is
not to the airport, but to
the community retailers
and hotels," said Airport
Authority member William
Potter. "This is another
example of how the airport
is contributing to the dom-
munity."
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ber Jack Ryals discussed
the proposal with the Mel-
bourne-Palm Bay Area
Chamber of Commerce.
"At the chamber board
meeting, this was exceed-
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ple a week coming to have
fun and spend some
money. We'd like to see that
money stay on the Space
Coast."
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encouraged to contact the
airport to voice their sup-
port of the project.
"This is Melbourne's
chance to get on the map,"
said Mr. Ennis. "Now is the
time for local businesses to
jump on board."
For information, or to
contact the airport's direc-
tor, visit www.mlbair.com.

Contact Gretchen Sauer-
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Friday, April 6, 2007


Free jazz concert
planned in park
A concert is planned 3-6
p.m. Saturday, April 7, in
Wickham Park, Mel-
bourne, in honor of Smith-
sonian-sponsored Jazz
Appreciation Month.
The Satellite High School
Jazz Band, which has
received many awards, will
perform.
This free event is spon-
sored byWFIT 89.5, a serv-
ice of Florida Institute of
Technology, and the Bre-
vard County Parks and
Recreation Department.
People who attend may
bring lawn chairs and
blankets.

Scavenger hunt
planned for children
The "Catch Me .If You
Can" scavenger hunt and
barbecue lunch is planned
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat-
urday, April 7, at The Chil-
dren's Center, 5650 S.
Washington Ave.,
Titusville.
This is an open house
and fundraiser for the cen-
ter, a service of Parrish
Medical Center.
There will be several fam-
ily friendly and child-safe-
ty activities, including bike
safety, Safe Kids, car seat
safety, fingerprinting, rock
climbing, air bouncers and
crafts.
The cost is $12 for the
first participant and vehi-


cle. Each additional partic-
ipant will pay $5. This
includes a goodie bag, T-
shirt and prizes and
coupons.
To register, call (321) 264-
0855 or e-mail debby.set-
tle@parrishmed.com.

Genealogists learn
about National
Archives
Pam Cooper, member of
the Indian River Genealog-
ical Society, will present a
program on "National
Archives Military Records -
Online and Offline."
This will be during the
Brevard Genealogical Soci-
ety's meeting at 9:30 a.m.
Monday, April 9, at Central
Brevard Library, 308 For-
rest Ave., Cocoa.
Ms. Cooper is also the
genealogical librarian for
the Vero Beach Library.
For information, call
(321) 779-1739.

Learn about healthy
cooking, fad diets
A heart-healthy cooking
demonstration and discus-
sion is planned 11 a.m. to
noon Tuesday, April 10, in
Auditorium A at Holmes
Medical Center, 1350 S.
Hickory St., Melbourne.
Mark Whitley, the chef at
the medical center, will
demonstrate heart-healthy
cooking and give a presen-
tation on fad diets.


Seating is limited. Make
reservations by calling
(321) 434-4335.

BCC plans
college expo, fair
Brevard Community Col-
lege is planning "Project
Get Ready," a college infor-
mation expo and financial
aid fair, at two campuses.
The first expo will be 4-7
p.m. April 10 at the Ralph
M. Williams Student Cen-
ter, 1519 Clearlake Road,
Cocoa.
The second will be 4-7
p.m. April 11 at the Student
Services Center/Adminis-
tration Building, 3865 N.
Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne.
Events feature music,
door prizes and a free
scholarship giveaway.
Students will learn about
the college admissions
process, dual enrollment,
financial aid, careers in
demand, vocational pro-
grams, career degrees and
the university transfer
process.
For information, call
(321) 433-7309 or (321)
433-5512, or visit www.bre-
vardcc.edu.

Kidstrong Camp
planned April 13-15
Kidstrong Camp, a per-
sonal development camp
for children, will be April
13-15 at the Holiday Inn,
1300 N. Atlantic Ave.,


Police
From page A5


* Victor Cordero, 45, of
325 E. University Blvd.,
Apt. 38, Melbourne, was
charged March 28 with
battery-domestic violence
and contributing to the
delinquency of a minor.
Phillip Wayne Harris,
24, of 250 Cinnamon
Drive, Satellite Bach, was
charged March 28 with
felony failure to appear.
Jennifer Lynn Palmer,
24, of 978 Abeto St. N.E.,
Palm Bay, was charged
March 28 with possession
of cocaine and possession
of drug paraphernalia.
Quinn Tyler Stinson,
18, of 690 Loffler Circle,
Palm Bay, was charged
March 28 with six counts
of burglary and three
counts of petty theft.
Matthew Douglas
Adsit, 25, of 2070 Palm
Ave., Indialantic, was
charged March 29 with
computer pornography.
Joy L. Clark, 21, of 1367
Scottish St. S.W., Palm Bay,
was charged March 29
with trafficking in stolen
property.
+ Roy Davis, 30, of 454 N.
Wickham Road, Apt. 203,
Melbourne, was charged
March 29 with violation of
probation.


* Jaimen Lee Halliday,
29, of 713 University Blvd.,
Apt. 24, Melbourne, was
charged March 29 with
grand theft, trafficking in
stolen property and driv-
ing while license suspend-
ed.
+ Milton Omari Jones,
24, of 1518 Rainsville Road
S.E., Palm Bay, was
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* Michael Charles
Owens, 19, of 1015 Ram-
blebrook St., Malabar, was
charged March 29 with
violation of probation.
Justin Miller Smith, 29,
of 2522 Ventura Circle,
West Melbourne, was
charged March 29 with
possession of a controlled
substance.


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Eighteen children, ages
8-12, will be accepted.
The camp is run by a
male and female team
headed by Barb Hosler, the
designer of The Kids Course.
Tuition is $395, which
includes 25 hours of camp,
meals, lodging, T-shirt, craft-
ing materials, goody bag and
gifts.
For information, call
Michelle Linell at (561) 333-
1664 or e-mail Kidstrong-
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Chamber plans
Kids' Expo
The Cocoa Beach Area
Chamber of Commerce's
newest event, the "Kids'
Expo -A Day of Family Fun,"
is planned 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday, April 14, at the
Florida Institute of Technol-
ogy Aviation Hangar at Mel-
bourne International Air-
port in Melbourne.
The event is free. There will
be exhibits that showcase
products and services for
children that are available
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Members of the Space Trackers Square Dance Club, (from left) Sam and Michelle Oliveto,
Jeanne Wilson, Terri Little, Rod Reimer, and Sue and Bill Gass, dressed appropriately for the
club's St Patrick's Day dance March 15. The group meets the first three Thursdays of the month
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Proceeds will benefit the
Leukemia & Lymphoma
Society.
For tickets, call Cathi
(321) 917-8710.
National Black
Republican
Association
chairman to speak
Francis Presley Rice,
chairwoman of the
National Black Republican
Association, will speak -to
the Republican Women's
Network of South Brevard
on April 19 at the'Eau Gal-
lie Yacht Club, 100 Datura
Drive, Indian Harbor
Beach.
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U.S. Army in 1984 after 20
years of service. She served
as a member of President
Ronald Reagan!s 'Private
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Force. She is A member of
the executive committee
of the Republican Party of
Sarasota County.

Ball to benefit
Neonatal ICU
The Health First Founda-
tion will celebrate 25, years
with the Holmes Regional
Medical Center Ball to
benefit the -Neonatal
Intensive Care Unit at 6:30
p.m. Saturday, April 21, at
the Clemente Center in
Melbourne.
The ball will celebrate
volunteers, sponsors and
others who have helped
the hospital raise more
than $3.5 million for com-
munity healthcare pro-
grams and services.
Tickets to the event are
$200 a person, and spon-
sorship opportunities
range from $1,000 to
$25,000.
For information, call
(321) 434-7140.
Scholarships offered
to BCC students
Applicants are being
sought for National Sci-
ence Foundation scholar-
ships.
To be eligible, students
must major in computer,
math or engineering stud-
ies.
Forms and criteria are
available at
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ing a BCC financial aid
office.
Deadline for admissions
is April 23.
For information, contact
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5803, or Christi White, (321) 433-
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Rotary seeks
scholarship applicants
The Indialantic Rotary Club is
seeking applicants for its 23rd annu-
al scholarship.
Applicants must be graduating
seniors from Satellite and Mel-
bourne High School for the 2006-07
school year.
Contact Linda Anderson at Satel-
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bourne High School or Michael Hol-
liday of the Rotary Club.
Deadline is April 30.
Guardianship classes offered
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Guardianship classes including
Florida professional guardians,
Florida non-professional guardian-
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minors.
Classes are taught by attorneys,
financial planners and professional
care mangers.
For information, call (321) 433-
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for dementia caregivers
Senior Care of Brevard offers a sup-
port group for caregivers of demen-
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The group also offers Alzheimer's
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Michael J.
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Michael J. Remerscheid has
graduated from basic mili-
tary training at Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio,
Texas.
He is the son of Esperanza
Remerscheid of Melbourne
and a 2004 graduate of Eau
Gallie High School, Mel-
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Tiffany L. Small
Air Force Airman Tiffany L.
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Lackland Air Force Base, San


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She is the daughter of Alicia
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bourne. Airman Small is a
2006 graduate of Melbourne
High School.
David R. Teems
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David R. Teems has graduat-
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Base, San Antonio, Texas.
He is the son of Michael
Teems Sr. of Gatlinburg,
Tenn., and brother of Mike
Teems Jr. of Palm Bay.
Airman Teems graduated in
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Brevard Community College.
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Nicholas D. Yancey has
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and Randi A. Yancey of Mel-
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of Evans High School, Orlan-
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TATow! Thanks for
Sour input. I've
V received e-mails
and letters in answer to
my last column's request
to let me know why more
men don't go to church.
I will attempt to sum-
marize the reasons you
gave.

Can't find one I like

Some men said, "I can't
find a church I like." I have
a couple of questions for
them. First, "Are you
looking?"
I know that seems like
an obvious question, but
there are a lot of great
ways to check churches
out before attending. Look
up their Web sites, ask
around the neighborhood,
check the weekend paper
for times of services and a
worship style that is
appropriate for you.
Of course, that means
that you first need to
define and be clear about
what you're looking for in
a church. That may be the
toughest part.

Finding an interest

Another response was
that they would come if it
were "more interesting."
My question: "What
would make it more
interesting (other than, as
I said last time, the Dallas
Cowboy cheerleaders)?"
Does more interesting
mean interactive? Does it
involve more multimedia?
More movie clips? Better
music?
"More interesting" to
one person may not be so
to another. Is there some-.
thing that would make
church generally more
interesting to most men?


NATHAN STEURY
Religion columnist

Spirituality
versus socializing
One reason for avoiding
church is that it is not
what some men think it
should be, a spiritual
experience, not a social
function.
Church can easily turn
into a club where we paste
on fake smiles and plaster
on Sunday attitudes, but
that only deepens the
problem.
We want and need
authenticity.
We want a place where
we can be accepted for
who we are, but also where
we can seek to be
changed.
A spiritual experience is
an encounter with God.
That's what men want, not
just an encounter with
people and especially not
an encounter with "fake"
people.

Not this time
Some say that the
"timing is bad" for church.
Sunday mornings are
just a bad time to expect
men to show up and sit
through a service.
I can buy that. Especially
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But there are alterna-
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sometimes have services
other than Sunday morn-
ings.
Again, check the papers
and the Web sites to see.
St. Mark's (where I
pastor) has a service at 7
a.m. first Sundays on the
beach at Spessard Holland
Park, North, Melbourne
Beach.

Ho-hum

Others say church is
"boring," that there is no
"intellectual or spiritual
connection" for them.
I would challenge the
notion that every church is
like that.
I've heard many men
and women talk about
how relevant a message
they've-heard in church is
to them.
Some say that it's not the
content, but that men are
just not geared to sit still
for that long.
I have two things to say
about that.
1). Have you ever seen
men in front of the TV for a
football game? Enough
said.
2) Do you have any ideas
to make it less boring?
Again, I would suggest
that there are some
churches out there that are
anything but boring on a
Sunday morning. In fact,
that is one of the greatest
"sins" of the church, to
make the good news
boring!

Just want leadership
One answer that
intrigued me was that
"men respond to leader-
ship," and the corollary
that since the church is
not providing clear
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looking elsewhere for it.
I will admit that the
church has often been
disappointing in the lack
of leadership it has provid-
ed.
Again, I would challenge
you to look around for a
church that does have
good leadership.

Don't judge me
An honest answer to
why more men don't come
to church: "Because of
what they were doing
Saturday night."
Some want to avoid the
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crowd who sometimes
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Just too long

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it wouldn't be if it were
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The best way, someone
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give it a try?

Take the challenge
The bottom line to most
of this is that, like a good
wife, a good church is hard
to find.
You may have to date a
lot of women (go to a lot of
churches) before you find
the right one for you.
Men would generally not
say, "I've had a bad experi-
ence with one lady so I'm
giving up on all of them,"
yet they seem to say that
about the church.
They buy into the
stereotype of church and
give up going at all.
I challenge you this
Easter, men and women
alike, to be a little more
determined in your,
search.
Don't just try one church
on Easter then give up
until Christmas.
Make a concerted effort
for six weeks to find the
right place for you.
Look at ads, look up Web
pages, look at denomina-
tional Web sites and get
them to send you a
brochure.
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narrowed it down to a few,
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Easter-related events in
Brevard County.
NORTH BREVARD
Joe Lee Smith Park:
Egg hunt, 5 p.m. Friday,
April 6, 419 Washington
Ave., Cocoa. Ages 12 and
younger. Sponsor: Brevard
County Parks and Recre-
ation. (321) 633-1872.
43th Easter Surfing
Festival: 7-11 p.m. Friday,
April 6, Cocoa Beach Pier.
East Coast premier of
"Heart of a Soul Surfer,"
featuring Bethany Hamil-
ton. Movie shown on 30-
by 30-foot screen. Music
by Before You Breathe.
Chalk artist, crazy beach
games. Pre-show film:
"Extreme Water Sports.
Surfing: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
April 6-8, Shepherd's Park,
Cocoa Beach.
Kiwanis Island Park:
Egg hunt, 9 a.m. Saturday,
April 7, 951 Kiwanis Island
Park Road, Merritt Island.
Pre-k to age 10. Sponsor:
Brevard County Parks and
Recreation. (321) 455-
1380.
+ Central Brevard
Humane Society Shelter: 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday,
April 7, 1020 Cox Road,
Cocoa. Pet photos with the
Easter bunny. $15 includes
keepsake frame. Also,
demonstration by sheriff's
office Paws and Stripes
cadets. (321) 636-3343, Ext.
207, or
www.crittersavers.corn .
Cuyler Park: 10 a.m.
Saturday, April 7, 2329
Harry T. Moore Ave., Mims.
Free. Bring egg carriers.
(321) 264-5045. Sponsor:
Brevard County Parks &
Recreation Department,
North Area Parks Opera-
tions.
+ McLarty Park: Egg
hunt, 10 a.m. Saturday,
April 7, 790 Barton Blvd.,
Rockledge. Co-sponsored
by Brevard County Parks
and Recreation and Grace
Fellowship. Ages 11 and
younger. (321) 633-1870.
Travis Park: Egg hunt,
10 a.m. Saturday, April 7,
2001 Michigan Ave.,
Cocoa. Ages 10 and
younger. Sponsor: Brevard
County Parks and Recre-
ation. (321) 633-1871
+ Rotary Park: Egg hunt,
South Courtenay Parkway.
10-11:30 a.m. Saturday,
April 7. Sponsors: Geor-
giana, Grace and North
Merritt Island United
Methodist Churches. For
toddlers to fourth-graders.
Includes live praise band,
magic show, train rides,
crafts, face painting, treat
bags, and free popcorn
and snow cones. (321) 452,
2420.
Sandy Point Park:
10:30 a.m. Saturday, April
7, 101 N. Washington Ave.,
Titusville. For children
younger than 12. Free.
Bring egg carrier. (321)
264-5105. Co-sponsors:
Titusville Jaycees and Bre-
vard County Parks & Recre-
ation Department, North
Area Parks Operations.
* Parrish Park-
Scottsmoor: Noon Satur-
day, April 7, 4055 Magoon
Ave., Scottsmoor. Free.
Bring egg carriers. (321)
264-5045. Sponsor: Bre-
vard County Parks & Recre-
ation Department, North
Area Parks OperationS.


Woody Simpson Park:
Egg hunt, noon Saturday,
April 7, 1590 Schoolhouse
St., Merritt Island. Ages 12
and younger. Co-spon-
sored by Tropical Park
Association and Brevard
County Parks and Recre-
ation. (321) 455-1379.
Cape Canaveral Public
Library: Easter arts and
crafts, 1-3 p.m. April 7, 201
Polk Ave. All ages. (321)
868-1101.
+ Cocoa West Commu-
nity Center: Egg hunt, 4
p.m. Saturday, April 7, 230
S. Burnett Road, Cocoa.
Ages 12 and younger.
Sponsor: Brevard County
Parks and Recreation.
(321) 633-1987.
Fay Park: 6 p.m. Satur-
day, April 7, 4700 Fay
Boulevard, Port St. John.
Ages 5-12. Free. Bring
flashlight. (321) 633-1904.
Sponsor: Brevard County
Parks & Recreation
Department, North Area
Parks Operations.
Rockledge Church of
the Nazarene: "The Son of
God is Alive: the Story of
Jesus," music, drama and
dance. 6 p.m. Saturday,
April 7, and 10:40 a.m.,
Sunday, April 8; 651 Barnes
Blvd., Rockledge. Spon-
sors: The church and Pro-
ject Restoration.
Community Park of
Rockledge: Flashlight egg
hunt, 8:30 p.m. Saturday,
April 7. Ages 12 to adult.
Sponsor: Brevard County
Parks and Recreation.
(321) 433-4432.
Fox Lake Park: Flash-
light egg hunt, 8:30 p.m.
Saturday, April 7, 4400 Fox
Lake Road, Titusville. Ages
6-12. Bring flashlight. (321)
264-5105. Sponsor: Bre-
vard County Parks & Recre-
ation Department, North
Area Parks Operations.
40th annual Easter
parade: 4 p.m. Sunday,
April 8, Cuyler Park, 2329
Harry T. Moore Ave., East
Minmi. Theme: "He Rose."
Sponsor: East Mims Civic
League. (321) 267-1841.
SOUTH BREVARD
* Wesley United
Methodist Church: Origi-
nal Easter musical drama
presentation, 7:30 p.m. Fri-
day, April 6, Wesley United
Methodist church, 2075
Meadowlane Ave., West
Melbourne. (321) 7227-
7585.
* Wickham Park: Easter
breakfast, egg hunt, out-
door activities. 9 a.m., Sat-
urday, April 7, Wickham
Park, Pavilion 4, Mel-
bourne. Sponsor: Mel-
bourne Ward, Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints. Robert Keet, (321)
259-7250.
* First Presbyterian
Church of Palm Bay: East-
er egg hunt, 9:30 a.m. Sat-
urday, April 7, Christian
Education Building, 1080
Port Malabar Blvd N.E.,


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Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Melbourne resident Jillian Ramos, 6, meets 'Mrs. Spring
Bunny' during Eggstravaganza, an annual event spon-
sored by Brevard County Parks and Recreation, at Wick-
ham Park last weekend.


Palm Bay. Also food, crafts.
All ages.
* Fellowship United
Methodist Church: Egg
hunt, 10 a.m. to noon Sat-
urday, April 7, 975 Malabar
Road, Palm Bay. Ages 1-10.
Games, face painting,
refreshments, Happy the
Clown appearance. (321)
723-2143.
+ Palm Bay Culver
Model Center: Easter
Extravaganza, 10 a.m. to
noon Saturday, April 7,
1432 Culver Drive, Palm
Bay. Ages 2-12. Free. Photo
with Mr. Rabbit, train
rides, egg toss, face paint-
ing, prizes, snacks, enter-
tainment, jumping castle.
Bring lawn chairs or blan-
ket. RSVP, (321) 726-0428.
* St. Sebastian's By-the-
Sea Episcopal Church: 11
a.m. Saturday, April 7, 2010
Oak St., Melbourne Beach.
Butterfly release, egg hunt,
communion and lunch.
Children present "Easter


Fish Tales." Free. (321) 723-
3015.
+ Melbourne Square
Mall: Photos with the East-
er bunny through Satur-
day, April 7. 11 a.m. to 8
p.m. Monday to Satur-
days, and noon to 6 p.m.
Sunday. At mall, 1700 W.
New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. (321) 727-2000.
Cost varies by print select-
ed.
* St. John's Park: Sur-
vivor on Egg Island hunt, 8
a.m. Saturday, April 7, 610
Young St., downtown Eau
Gallie, Melbourne. Tod-
dlers to grade 6. (321) 254-
3365.
* DeSoto Tennis Courts:
Breakfast with the Easter
Bunny, 10 a.m. Saturday,
April 7. For children
through age 6. Includes
doughnuts, juice, egg hunt
and photos with the
bunny. Cost: $5. Tickets
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Ham and lamb make for a memorable Easter dinner ...


Hello smart shoppers,
hope you had a
good week.
This Sunday is Easter. I
usually forego tradition
and make an American
meal.


Since Jesus was "the
sacrificial lamb," lamb is a
traditional Easter dinner.
However, all family
members do not like lamb.
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A friend shared her Greek
brother-in-law's recipe for
"Greek Easter lamb." It is
by far the best roast lamb
I've ever tasted.
After you've selected a
leg or half a leg of lamb, ask
the butcher to bone and tie
it, if you prefer it boneless.
Another popular choice
for Easter is Virginia ham.
When it comes to hams
the choices are confusing.
Many spend more than $4
a pound for those spiral-
sliced hams. As far as I'm
concerned, you're wasting
your money.
Many times, smoked
hams are about $1 a pound
and are much better than
those expensive hams.
If you buy a half of ham,
buy a shank half. My late
husband Bill's recipe is the
best. I have repeated it
every year just in case you
didn't save it.
Be sure to add several
colorful vegetables from
recipes I have given you in
the past.

Symbols of Easter

Most people know that
Easter is a joyous celebra-
tion of Jesus Christ's
resurrection. The story of
Easter comes from the
Bible in the New Testa-
ment.
Most of us know about
the cross, but what about
the lamb, the Easter bunny
and colored eggs?
How do they fit into the
celebration and why?
Again I will turn to my
trusty encyclopedia.
* The cross: The cross
represents the crucifixion
of Christ. People in many
parts of the world make
special cakes called, hot
cross buns. Each cake has a
cross of icing on its crust.
* The lamb: The symbol
of the lamb comes from the
Jewish celebration of
Passover.


Jews sacrificed a lamb
during the traditional
Passover ceremony. To
Christians, Jesus was the
"sacrificial lamb," and "The
Last Supper" was the
Passover feast.
* Eggs: Eggs represent
new life that returns to
nature around Easter time
(the spring). Ancient
Egyptians and Persians
often dyed eggs in spring
colors to give as gifts.
The Persians believed the
earth hatched from a giant
egg.
The bunny: In ancient
Egypt, the rabbit symbol-
ized birth and new life.
An old German legend
says a poor woman dyed
some eggs during a famine,
and hid them in a nest as
an Easter gift to her chil-
dren. Just as the children
discovered the nest, a big
rabbit leaped away. The
story spread that the rabbit
had brought the Easter
eggs.
And there you have it.
To my Christian readers,
"First, remember what you
are celebrating and be sure
to tell your family and
friends all about Easter."
Blessings to you all; see
you next week.

HONEY'S BAKED
VIRGINIA HAM
Serves 8-10
7-9 pound shank half
smoked ham
3 heaping tablespoons dark
brown sugar
1 rounded teaspoon dry
mustard
Large-sized aluminum foil
1 cup molasses, unsulphered
Whole cloves
1 large can sliced pineapple
Maraschino cherries,
optional

Trim fat from meat, leaving
a thin layer on top.
Using a sharp knife, score
top of meat in a criss-cross


pattern.
Mix the sugar and mustard
together and rub over ham.,
Dot with cloves. Do not salt
since ham can be salty.
Cut a piece of foil large
enough to encase the ham.
Place foil in roasting pan,
center ham.
Pour on the molasses and
the juice from the pineapple.
Bring the ends of the foil up
and encase the ham, folding
foil loosely at top so steam
can escape.
Bake in a 325-degree E
oven for 30 minutes a
pound.
About 1/2 hour before
meat is done, open foil and
cover meat with pineapple
slices secured with tooth
picks; place a cherry in each
pineapple center; baste and
roast uncovered until done.
Remove meat to serving
platter.
Place juices in saucepan
and de-fat by tossing in
several ice cubes. When
chilled, remove fat and
remaining cubes with a
slotted spoon. Heat and
serve as is, or thicken slightly
with a mixture of cornstarch
and water. Raisins can be
added for an extra special
touch.
Cook them in the sauce for
at least 10 minutes.
Be sure to freeze the bone
for soup.

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Salt and pepper
Mint sauce
(optional)

Cut garlic into thin
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in roast and push in garlic
slivers.
Season generously with
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Place meat on rack in
roasting pan.
Brush lightly with mint
sauce and roast in a 325-
degree E oven for 30
minutes a pound for
medium, and 35 minutes a
pound for well done.
NOTE: Gravy is a must for
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as explained above, to de-
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Follow your mouse to online success


Wth everything one
does on a computer,
sometimes it's easy
to forget about what the
mouse is doing.
With everything that
happens on a typical com-
puter, it's easy to get distract-
ed by everything that's going
around the pointer and you
end up missing clues the
mouse is trying to give you.
A lot of people don't realize
just how precise an instru-
ment the mouse really is.
The very tip of the pointer,
when pointed at objects just
so, will often reveal clues that
can be used to help you do
whatever it is that you are
trying to do.
The secret is to pause at an
object and see if something
happens.
Many times, objects on
computer screens, such as
buttons, icons and such, will
respond not only when
clicked, but often when the
mouse just passes over them.
These "mouse-overs" can
be the source of many hints
to help you on your way.
You may have noticed
browsing the Internet those


SEAN MCCARTHY
Compute This
things on Web sites that
change as you move your
mouse around.
Usually, a button will
change color or a picture's
title will appear if the mouse
is held over it for long
enough.
The secret is to pause the
mouse over an object in order
to see anything.
The reason I keep harping
on that is sometimes I work
with someone who just can't
resist the urge to wiggle that
mouse. Every time some-
thing's loading or working,
he's moving the mouse all
over the screen.


Many times we'll be trying
to work out a procedure, but
with that mouse flying all
over, we can't get any think-
ing done.
As soon as the mouse stops
and we start pointing at
things and pausing and start
paying attention to our
mouse, we start to make
progress.
So, what are some of the
clues to watch for when your
pointer passes over-some-
thing?
One of the things that you'll
likely see is the pointer turn
into a double-sided arrow.
Often, you'll notice this
when the very tip of your
pointer moves over the very
edge of some objects. This is
your computer's way of
telling you that you can
stretch whatever it is that you
are currently pointing at. All
you have to do is click and
hold. Then you should be
able to resize that object just
by dragging the mouse.
In many Microsoft pro-
grams, such as Internet
Explorer, Outlook Express
and Word, holding your
mouse over buttons and


controls usually yields a
small pop-up window with a
short, one or two-word
description of the control.
The thing is, many times
this little pop-up doesn't
appear for a second or so.
If you're moving the mouse,
you may miss it.
In word processors, you
may notice the mouse turns
into an oversized capital "I."
This pointer is called the "I
beam," and its' shape is
specifically designed to get
right between the letters.
When your pointer turns
into an I beam, that's your
clue that the screen you're
pointing at is for typing.
Yeah, there sure is a lot on a
computer that can serve to
distract you.
One of the best ways to stay
on track is to pay attention to
what your mouse is pointing
at, take it easy and follow
your mouse.
Many times the answers
that you are looking for are
right under your pointer.

Sean McCarthy has worked
in the computer industry
since 1978.


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in April.
All skill levels are welcome. No
experience is necessary.
The clinics are for kindergartners
through age 18.
The cost for the two-day clinic is
$45. A parent meeting is scheduled
during the first half hour at each of
the first clinics.
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Romancing
From page Al18


chopped
4 tablespoons
chopped garlic
1 large stalk of
celery, chopped
Several sprigs of
fresh oregano and
rosemary leaves,
.stripped off the
stem or 1 tea-
spoons each dried
2 tablespoons
extra virgin olive
oil
Juice of 2 lemons
1/2 teaspoons
each, salt and
pepper
Leg of lamb, about
6 pounds or more,
(bone in)
Flour
Potatoes and
carrots,
Optional:
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homemade or
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In a large skillet, place
chopped vegetables,
oregano and rosemary. Mix
together oil, lemon juice,
salt and pepper; pour over
mixture in skillet. Saut6
until mixture is golden


turning frequently.
Remove mixture from
pan and set aside.
Dredge lamb with flour
and brown in remaining oil
adding more if necessary.
Let meat cool until it can
be handled. Make deep
slits in the meat stuffing in
the reserved vegetable
mixture. Use the rest on
top and around roast in
the roasting pan. Add
water to come up to 1-
inch.
Roast in a preheated 325-
degree E oven 35 to 40
minutes a pound. One
hour before being done,
add 2 cups beef gravy to
the pan. If you want the
vegetables cooked with the
roast, add them at the
same time.
Remove roast, pour
drippings into a saucepan
and de-fat by adding ice
cubes as explained in
previous lamb recipe.
To serve the Greek way,
lay meat slices over bib
lettuce.

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Surfers egg
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BY TAMMY ROBERTS
Staff writer
One of the largest surfing
events on the east coast is
on its was back to the
Space Coast April 5-8.
More than 100,000 spec-
tators and 300 surfers are
expected to attend the
4311 annual Easter Surf
Fest hosted by Ron Jon
Surf Shop.
The event will feature
more than 50 different
surfing heats geared
toward both professional
and amateur men, women
and children during the
four-day event. All of the
longboarding events will
be at Shepard Park, while


the shortboarding events
will be at the Cocoa Beach
Pier.
Throughout the four
days, guests can also enjoy
live music, an array of
food, children's activities
and an extreme high-
speed parachute exhibi-
tion by 10 of the world's
best canopy pilots who will
exit an aircraft 5,500 feet
above the beach.
A documentary about
teen Bethany Hamilton, a
competitive surfer who
lost her arm to a 14-foot
tiger shark in Hawaii, will
be shown on a jumbo
screen on the beach.
The movie, called "Heart
of a Soul Surfer," highlights
Ms. Hamilton's surfing
career leading up to and
following her attack.
"There will be so many
new events going on this


year," said event co-coor-
dinator John Griffin. "The
(festival) has such a histor-
ical foundation in the
community with genera-
tions of families who have
surfed in this competi-
tion."
The Easter Surf Fest is
one of the Association of
Surfing's nine national
competitions, and its top
five winners will join the
Billabong Australian Tour
next year.
"As the years have pro-
gressed, this has become
one of the most well-
attended events in the
world," Mr. Griffin said.
"We are very excited for its
return."

Contact Tammy Roberts
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Democrats plan
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The Brevard Democrats
have scheduled breakfast
meetings at two locations
The group will meet Sat-
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Wickham Road, Mel-
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April 21, at The Cove,
Highway A1A, Satellite
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Additional breakfast
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Wildlife center
fundraiser needs
donations

A yard sale is being
organized to help animals
at a local wildlife center.


The owners of the center
in Canaveral Groves are
Jennifer and Paul Sypien.
They care for injured and
neglected animals that
were found in the wild or
were formerly pets.
Organizers are looking
for donations of furniture,
clothing, baby items,
glassware, cooking ware or
anything else people may
want to get rid of after
spring cleaning.
To donate items, call
Evelyn Shrum at (321) 631-
2723.
Also, the wildlife center
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April 7, at McLarty Trea-
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Maritime Research Insti-
tute in 2002. The nonprofit
organization is dedicated
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awareness of historical
shipwrecks.
In November, he partici-
pated in the project to
excavate Blackbeard's flag-
ship, the Queen Anne's
Revenge, off thecoast of
North Carolina in 1717.

Dive club learns
about rocket
booster recovery

The Down Under Dive
Club will meet at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, April 11, at
the Lagoon House, 3275
Dixie Highway N.E., Palm
Bay.
Manual DeLeon, senior
engineer for solid rocket
booster retrieval, disas-
sembly and refurbishment
operations at Kennedy
Space Center, will speak.
Mr. DeLeon has been
involved in the space pro-
gram since his 1984 gradu-
ation from Embry Riddle
Aeronautical University.
The program will feature
photo and film footage of
the recovery at sea of Shut-
tle solid rocket boosters.
'For information, call Bill
Allen at (321) 953-1240.

Seminar
address storm
preparation, repair

A seminar on storm
preparation and repair of
trees, lawns and shrubs is
planned from 10 a.m. to
noon Thursday, April 19,
at the West Melbourne
Public Library, 2755
Wingate Blvd.
The cost is $5. To register,
call (321) 633-1702.
The session will be led by
Sally Scalera, horticulture
expert with the University of
Florida extension service.
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Parlez-vous Fran-
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but my inability to
speak the language hasn't
affected my love of
French films.
On Wednesday, April 11,
French film fans will
converge at Florida
Institute of Technology's
second annual French
-Film Festival, which runs
through April 29. All films
will screen at the Gleason
Performing Arts Center.
The festival was made
possible through a grant
from the Tournees
Festival, which according
to
www.facecouncil.org/tour
nees, "was conceived to
encourage schools to
begin their own self-
sustaining French film
festivals."
The event kicks off with
a 2004 comedy, "Comme
une Image" ("Look at
Me"), at 7 p.m. Wednes-
day, April 11.
The second film in the
series is 2005's "Cache," a
thriller starring Juliette
Binoche, at 4 p.m. Sun-
day, April 15.
The third film, 2005's
"De Battre mon coeur
s'estArrete" (2005) (The
Beat That My Heart
Skipped"), will be at 7
p.m. Wednesday, April 18.
Next up is 2003's "In La
Face Cachee de la Lune"
("The Far Side of the
Moon") at 7 p.m. April 22.
The last film of the
festival is a 2004 docu-
mentary on wine making,
"Mondovino," at 5 p.m.
April 29. A wine tasting is
scheduled before the film
for $5.
All the films are offered
free and feature English
subtitles.
Several of the films
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BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer


nder the direction
of Malinda Myers,
"ANighton
Broadway" returns for its
third annual run at 8 p.m.
Thursday, April 12, at. '-
Melbourne Civic Theatre. -
'A Night in Broadway," is ,'
a musical review of select i
Broadway songs. Last : .
year's production featured
24 songs from 20 musicals.
This year, there are 29
songs from 25 musicals.
Ms. Myers said the
increase is in response to
popular demand.
"It's our most popular
production," said Ms.
Myers. "Last year, it was
very well received. The ...
only complaint I heard
was that (the show) was
too short."
This year, audiences can I
look forward to selections Melbourne Civic Theatre
from "Caberet," "Guys and Kyle Rappe, Fran Rizzuto,
Dolls," "Two on the Aisle," M, M Mc
,"On theTown," "Mame" Malinda Myers and Mich
and "The Scarlet Pimper- musical review, 'A Night c
nel." run Thurdays through Sur
A self- proclaimed nation, call (321) 723-6935
"Broadway aficionado,"
Ms. Myers studied musical
theater at the Music Conservatory inWestchester, Va. She
was trained in opera, but she prefers musical theater and
the idea of being able to sing, dance and act.
She was raised on old-school musicals, with a prefer-
ence for pre-1980 productions.
"There are only 10 songs post-1980," Ms. Myers said.
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only step behind the
scenes as director of'A
Night on Broadway."
Ms. Myer's pitched the
idea of "Broadway" to the
Sr,.; theater three years ago.
She performed in the first
production and has
directed the last two.
She is especially proud
of the vocal talent this
j Year. Most of the songs
were tailored to the
singers she had.
This year's production
features vocalists Allyssa
Yost and Kamaria Bullock.
"They are phenomenal
sopranos," Ms. Myers said.
"You want to cheer every
time you hear them sing."
Ms. Myers is confident
that audiences will not be
disappointed.
itlin Norton/staff photographer "There will not be a point
ast members Chris Knox, when you willask'What are
they doing on that stage?"'
ara Fieberg, Kyle Johnston, shesaid. "There isn't weak
e Denito rehearse for the person in the cast."
Broadway.' The show will 'ANight on Broadway"
ays, April 12-29. For infor- willbe performed at 8
p.m. Thursday through
Saturday and 2 p.m.
Sunday through April 29.
Tickets are $15 for adults, $13 for seniors and $10 for
children and military members. The theater is in the Le
Gallerie arcade, 817 E. Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne. For
information, visit www.mymct.org or call (321) 723-6935.

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Live music: Taylor
Made performs at 8 p.m.
Friday, April 6 at Galaxy
Grille on A1A in Indi-
alantic. Call (321) 728-
5888.
Absolute Blue:
Performs Friday, April 6 at
Lou's Blues in Indialantic.
Call (321) 779-2299.
+ Blues: Singer/gui-
tarist Josh Miller performs
Friday, April 6 the Dog 'n'
Bone Pub in Cocoa
Village. Call (321) 636-
2828.
Recon: Performs
Friday, April 6 at 9 p.m. at
the Hustler in Indialantic.
Call (321) 768-0640.
Rock/reggae: Dub
City Tribe performs at a
party for Lost at 9:30 p.m.
Friday, April 6 at the
Sandbar Sports Grill in
Cocoa Beach. Call (321)
799-2577.
DJ Casey DeCotis:
Spins with Jamie
McLaughlin of Sample
Records Saturday, April 7
at 9 p.m. at Foo Bar in
downtown Melbourne.
Call (321) 728-7179.
Ballet: Dance Theater
Performing Arts presents
the third annual "Sleeping
Beauty" at 2 p.m. at
Titusville Playhouse, 301
Julia St. Tickets are $10
and $12. Call: (321) 267-
4452.
Live music: Random
Acts of Music from 3-6
p.m. Saturday, April 7 at
Wickham Park Pavilion on
Wickham Road in Mel-
bourne. Call (321) 674-
7401.
* Rock: Medusa per-
forms at 9 p.m. Saturday,
April 7 at DeClan's Irish
Pub, 1132 S. R. AlA,
Satellite Beach. Call (321)
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FRIDAY, APRIL 6

Artist reception: A recep-
tion for Diana Curtone's exhibit,
"Portals," will be from 5:30-8
p.m. at the Fifth Avenue Art
Gallery, 1470 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne. Ms. Curtone's work
combines the aesthetics of tra-
ditional abstract painting with
contemporary and traditional
realism. Her work will be on
display at the gallery through.
April. Details: (321) 259-8261.
Shakespeare comedy:
Florida Tech Players presents
"Macbeth Did It" at 8 p.m.
through April 7 at the Gleason
Performing Arts Center on the
campus in Melbourne. Tickets
are $8, $5 for those 55 and
older, students and military
members. Details: (321) 674-
8767.
Tom Jones: King Center for
the Performing Arts presents
Tom Jones at 8 p.m. Ticket
prices vary. The King Center is at
3865 N. Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne. Details: (321) 242-
2219.
Rocky Horror: Surfside
Players presents "The Rocky
Horror Picture Show" at mid-
night tonight and Saturday,
March 7 at Surfside Playhouse,
300 Ramp Road, Cocoa Beach.
Tickets are $10 each. Details:
(321) 783-3127.

SATURDAY, APRIL 7

Ballet: Dance Theater Per-
forming Arts presents the third
annual "Sleeping Beauty" at 2
p.m. at Titusville Playhouse, 301
Julia St Tickets are $10 and $12.
Details: (321) 267-4452.
Live music: Acoustic
Alliance will perform tonight at
Galaxy Grille on Fifth Avenue in
Indialantic. Details (321) 728-
5888.
High school jazz band:
Satellite High School Jazz Band
will perform 3-6 p.m. at Wick-
ham Park. Details: (321) 674-
8950.
Poetry slam: Celebrate
National Poetry Month through
April 28 at the Burning World
Caf6 at Moore Memorial Park,
2180 Freedom Ave., Mims.
Event features poetry readings.
Snacks provided. Details (321)
264-5105.
Live music: WFIT 89.5 FM
presents Random Acts of Music
from 3-6 p.m. at Wickham Park
Pavilion in Melbourne. Details:
(321) 674-7401.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11

Jazz on the beach: Smooth
Jazz Nights resume from 5:30-
8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Crowne Plaza Hotel Ocean-
front Evening sponsored by
The Groove Radio WGRV. Fea-
tures local and national smooth
jazz recording artists. Details:
(321) 951-9310.
Live music: Aaron Cole will
perform tonight at Galaxy Grille
on Fifth Avenue in Indialantic.
Details (321) 728-5888.

THURSDAY, APRIL 12

Broadway tunes: Mel-


bourne Civic Theatre presents
"A Night on Broadway" musical
review at 8 p.m. Show runs
Thursdays-Sundays through
April 29. The theatre is at 817 E.
Strawbridge Ave., Melborune.
Details: (321) 723-6935.
Spring ball: Swingtime
Jazz Band presents "Showers to
Flowers" ball from 7-10 p.m. at
the Melbourne Auditorium,
625 E. Hibiscus Blvd. Tickets are
$5 in advance and $6 at the
door. Details: (321) 724-0555.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Thorton Wilder play: Surf-
side Players presents "Our
Town" at 8 p.m. Friday, April 13
through Sunday, April 29 at
Surfside Playhouse, 300 Ramp
Road, Cocoa Beach. Perfor-
mances are at 8 p.m. Friday
and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sun-
days. Tickets are $15 for adults,
$14 for seniors and active mili-
tary and $7 for students
younger than 25. Details: (321)
783-3127.
The Hobbit': The Rising
Stars Youth Theatre at Titusville
Playhouse presents "The Hob-
bit" Friday, April 13 through
Sunday, April 15 at the Emma
Parrish Theater, 301 Julia St
Details: (321) 268-1125.
High school musical: Eau
Gallie High School presents
"Damn Yankees" at 7:30 p.m.
Friday, April 13 and Saturday,
April 14. Tickets are $10 for
adults and $8 for students.
Details: (321) 253-5084.
+ High school play: Satellite
High School Performing Arts
Department presents "Picasso
at the Lapin Agile" at 7 p.m.
Thursday, April 12 and Friday,
April 13. Tickets are $7 available
at the door beginning one hour
before each performance.
Details: (321) 779-2003.
Art auction: An Evening on
the River Art Auction will be at
7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 14 at
the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Richard Weber, 405 Greenview
Road, Merritt Island. Features
artwork from Atlantic Art of
Boca Raton. $10 per person
indudes, champagne, hors
d'ouevres, coffee and dessert.
Details: (321) 631-9494.
Belly dance show: The
American Belly Dance Club
presents an evening of Middle
Eastern and World Fusion
Dance at 6 p.m. Saturday, April
14 at the Henegar Center for
the Arts, 625 E. New Haven
Ave., Melbourne. Tickets are
$15 in advance or $18 the night
of. Details: (321) 726-0171.
SIndian River Festival: The
32na annual Indian River Festi-
val returns Thursday, April 19
through Sunday, April 22 at
Sand Point Park in Titusville.
Features Grammy winner John
Anderson, midway and rides,
arts and crafts show, food,
drinks, military displays and
Civil War reenactments. Details:
615-8111.
+ Musical comedy: Brevard
Community College presents
"Pippin" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday,
April 19-20 and 2 p.m. Sunday,
April 22 at the Bernard W.
Simpkins Fine Arts Auditorium,


Cocoa campus, 1519 Clearlake
Road. General admission. Tick-
ets are $8 and $5 for students
and seniors. Details: (321) 433-
7385.

ONGOING ENTERTAINMENT

+ Acoustic Cafe: South
Beach Pizzeria hosts an all ages
acoustic open mic event in a
smoke-free environment from
8 p.m. to midnight Wednes-
days. The open mic is for expe-
rienced musicians. South
Beach Pizzeria, 300 Ocean Ave.,
Melbourne Beach. Details:
(321) 733-7977.
Art and Antique Studio:
The Art and Antique Studio,
1419 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne, is open 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday to Friday and 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Open
until 8:30 p.m. first Fridays.
Details: (321) 253-5553.
Brevard Museum of Art
and Science: Located 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
indudes entry to both the Art
Museum and Children's Sci-
ence Center, is $5 for adults, $3
for senior citizens and $2 for
children and students with
identification. Free for museum
members. Admission is freely
to 5 p.m. Thursday. Details:
(321) 242-0737.
+ Brevard Museum of His-
tory and Sdence: Located at
2201 Michigan Ave, Cocoa, it is
open Monday through Satur-
day 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sun-
day noon to 4 p.m. Admission
for adults is $5.50, $5 for senior
citizens, $3.50 for children 5-16
and $4 for college students.
Museum members admitted
free. Details: (321) 632-1830.
Downstairs Gallery: Locat-
ed at 909 E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne, is open 11 a.m. to
4 p.m. Admission is free.
Details: (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.


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Indialantic. This
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Foreman Art Glass Design Studio: Locat-
ed at 2415 Harbor City Blvd., Melbourne. Open
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Saturday. For infor-
mation, call (321) 725-7005 or visit www.fore-
manartglass.com.
Kennedy Space Center Gallery: Features
an exhibit of various collections of space art at
the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex 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 information, 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 Sundays. The gallery is at 1010-B
E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. For informa-
tion, call (321) 722-6000 or visit www.lopres-
sionism.com.


Melboure Civic Theater: 817 E. Straw-
bridge Ave., Melbourne. The theater produces
various plays, passes, murder mystery dinner
shows, events and experimental theater
throughout the year. For information, call (321)
723-6935.
Mud Flats Pottery & Gallery- Located at
826 E. New Haven Ave., in downtown Mel-
bourne. Features handmade works by leading
Pacific Northwest, local and regional artist in a
variety of media. Hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Saturday. For information, call
(321) 951-1310.
* North Brevard Historical Museum: Locat-
ed at 301 S. Washington Ave., downtown
Titusville. Open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday
through Saturday. Admission is free and guided
group tours are available. For information, call
(321) 269-3658.
+ Rossetter House Historical Museum: The
historical house and museum is open 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and is
located at 1320 Highland Ave. in old Eau Gallie.
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Group tells Celtic tales at tea

FOR HOMETOWN NEWS


The Brevard Theatrical
Ensemble presents "Celtic
Tales and Elegant Tea"at
7:30 p.m. April 19 and 20 at
the newly renovated
Porcher House, 434 Delan-
noyAve., Cocoa Village.
Cost is $15 for adults and
$12.50 for seniors and
students. Reservationsare
required by calling (321)
676-0697.
Participants may bring
their favorite cup and
saucer and share its story
with others while sipping
tea and eating crumpets.
Musical groups will
perform, including Men of
the House. Mark Kirschner
will perform as a wandering
minstrel.
Traditional Celtic tales
will be told by several
storytellers, including Jay
McClure, Evanne Floyd,
Mike Mellen and Lizzy Seal,
all of Palm Bay; Kasey
Knight and Cheryl Frontz,
both of Melbourne; and
Doris Gonzalez and Antho-
nyWhitsett, both of Merritt
Island.
For information, visit
www.brevardensemble.com.


Photo courtesy of Brevard Theatrical Ensemble
Lizzy Seal of Palm Bay and Anthony Whitsett of Merritt
Island will perform at 'Celtic Tales and Elegant Tea' at 7:30
p.m. April 19-20 at the Porcher House, 434 Delannoy Ave.,
Cocoa Village. The performance is sponsored by the Bre-
vard Theatrical Ensemble.


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BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer
An iconic venue in West
Melbourne is experiencing
a renaissance.
Joe and Wendy Hale,
owners of The Metro
Cinema Entertainment
Complex, formerly known
as the Metro Cinema Caf6,
have made some big
changes in the two years
since they purchased the
space at 3020W. New
Haven Ave., in West Mel-
bourne.
There's been the usual
cosmetic upgrades: fresh
paint, new carpet, kitchen
remodeling and lots of
cleaning,
But perhaps the biggest
upgrade has been in the
level of entertainment.
Patrons can still enjoy
what the theater has always
been known for: second-
run movies, food and a full-
service bar.
However, they might be
surprised to find themselves
in an entertainment play-
ground once they step
outside the darkened theater.
"When we first took over, I
noticed that after the movie
was over, people would just
run out the doors," said
Mrs. Hale.
She wondered what it
would take to make them
stay a bit longer.
The answer: a little bit of
everything.


Kaitlin Norton/Staff photographer
Metro Cinema Entertainment Complex in West Mel-
bourne offers live entertainment, karaoke, movies and
private party facilities.


Patrons who walk into the
Metro, can veer to the left
and find themselves in the
lounge.
A bit further to the left is
what the Hales call "The
Light Entertainment" comer,
where patrons can enjoy
anything from acoustic
music to comedy or a Texas
Hold'em tournament. To the
right: pool tables.
The complex still uses
both original theaters.
The TI Theater is where
the complex shows movies
and hosts private parties,
karaoke and live stage
productions by the in-
house acting troupe.
Both theaters have a bar
area, tables and chairs and
couches.
The "Underground
Theater," where movies are
also shown, houses con-
certs in an intimate setting
of up to 100 people. Other
offerings in the Under-
ground include live disc


jockeys.
As Mrs. Hale said, "There's
something for everyone
here."
The couple seems to be
most proud of the quality of
music flowing through the
venue.
"We have a lot of national
acts coming through here,"
she said.
Recently, Klik, Rolling
Stone magazine's "Top
Unsigned Band of 2006"
performed at a benefit for
the Space Coast Slashers, a
local roller derby.
The Metro recently hosted
Tantric, which performed a
sold-out show in January.
"The guys in Tantric were
great," said Mrs. Hale.
"They interacted with the
audience, chatting with
them and signing virtually
everything."
However, for the Hales,
the goal isn't just to get
talented musicians to
perform and fill the club.


It's about creating a great
environment for the bands,
and that sort of attitude
comes from only one place:
miles logged on the road.
Mrs. Hale spent seven
years touring as manager of
Mr. Hale's band, Sleeping
with Sybil, and their
experiences on the road
were to have an impact on
their approach to enter-
tainment.
Mr. Hale found traveling
with a band wasn't as glam-
orous as most people think.
"The road is no fun," Mr.
Hale said.
The thing that stood out
the most, he said, was the
way performers were
treated. "You're treated as if
you're a thorn in the side of
the club or venue."
Mrs. Hale felt she could
improve on the usual
treatment offered touring
bands.
"When bands perform
here, we treat them really
well," she said.
Metro Entertainment
Coinplex also is one of the
only venues in Brevard
County that offers live
concerts streamed by
MusicWorld.com, a free
software program that
enables viewers to watch
concerts, interact and chat
about the experience.
Other services include
private parties, catering
and weddings.
The Metro Entertainment
Complex, 3020W. New
Haven Ave., West Mel-
bourne, is open six days a
week, offering a variety of
specials, including Family
Movie Day on Sunday, where


for $30, a family of four gets
four movie tickets, one large
cheese pizza, a pitcher of
soda and a draft beer each
for Mom and Dad.
Movies are shown three
times a day Tuesday
through Sunday. Matinee
show times vary. Evening
shbw times are 6:45 p.m.
and 7 p.m.
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Admission for guided tours is $5, and admission
to museum grounds is free. For information, call
(321) 254-9855.
Silken Galleria: Hosts and exhibits the art-
work of local award-winning artists Jerry Hooper,
Vicki Busby and Rene6 Decator and award-win-
ning 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 111, Viera. For
information, call (321) 433-3332.
Sundancer Gallery: The gallery is an outlet
for young Native American artists and jewelry
makers and hosts well-known visiting artists.
Hours are 10 a.m.to 6 p.m. Monday through Sat-
urday, and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday. The gallery is
at 6 Florida Ave., Cocoa Village. For information,
call (321) 631-0092.
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.
* The Valiant Command Warbird Museum:
Features displays of military aircraft pre World
War II to the present The museum is at the
Space Coast Regional Airport, 6600 Tico Road,


Titusville and is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days
a week. For information, call (321) 268-1941.
Silken Galleria: Hosts exhibits for various
artists at 912 E. New Haven Ave. in historic down-
town Melbourne. Currently on display is the art-
work of local award winning artist Jerry Hooper.
For information, call (321) 733-2788.
Surfside Playhouse: Located at 300 Ramp
Road, Cocoa Beach, the theater produces various
plays and musicals, as well as hosting a youth
player group and workshops. For information,
call (321) 783-3013.
+Titusville Playhouse: Located at 301 Julia St.,
Titusville, the theater produces various plays and
musicals, as well as hosting a youth player group
and workshops. For information, call (321) 268-
1125.
Two Feathers Gallery: Original works of art
and pottery by various Indian nations. The gallery,
at 833 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne, is open 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. For
information, call (321) 733-1227.
* Ventana al Mundo: 'Window to the World"
is a gallery of Latin American Art at 210 Brevard
Ave. in Cocoa Village. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday through Thursdays, from 10 a.m. to 9
p.m. Friday and Saturdays, and from noon to 4
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Life's journey didn't
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Robin Rothrock knows she
ended up right where she
belongs.
Exactly one year after
surgery for breast cancer,
Ms. Rothrock stands in her
own gallery, Highway Grrls,
in downtown Eau Gallie.
Growing up in Satellite
Beach, Ms. Rothrock said
she always had an interest
in design. However, art
wasn't a priority in her
household.
"Science was important
in my family," she said.
"My father (Marvin
Heckendorf) was the head
of NASA Aircraft Operations
at the Cape and my sister
(Susan Floyd) launches
shuttles and works for
Boeing.
"There just wasn't time to
pursue (art)."
After earning a degree in
psychology at University of
West Florida, she moved to
Shreveport, La., and
opened a medical clinic
and eventually began
sculpting and painting
portraitures.
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Artist Robin Rothrock discusses her painting 'Space Race' at her gallery, Highway Grrls, in
downtown Eau Gallie. She said she encourages people to touch her paintings so they can
experience the textured layers of color that define her work.


painting, she found the
techniques limiting and
began to feel stifled.
"I felt like I needed help,"
she said.
A friend, Bruce Allen,
head of the arts depart-
ment at Centenary College
of Louisiana in Shreveport,
suggested that she audit
some art courses.
That was all it took.
"To walk through a gallery
with someone who actually
knows art is amazing," she
recalls.
While the experiences she
had at Centenary were
invaluable, the inspira-
tional break she needed
came from another source.
She was dating a process
artist who worked with
objects like banana peels,
and Ms. Rothrock was
intrigued.
"I realized that he was
doing the art just to do it."
She began experimenting
with texture by placing
paint on paper, placing
another piece over it and
manipulating it with her
hands and pressing it out
with her fingers.
She found inspiration in
the process and continued
to work and exhibit in
shows and galleries in
Louisiana.
But in February 2006, a
different obstacle between
her and her work emerged:
She was diagnosed with
breast cancer.
A month later, she had
surgery and found herself
getting chemotherapy at
the Mayo Clinic in Jack-
sonville.
During treatment, she
continued creating art and
enjoyed its soothing effects.


'Dragonfly,'
by Robin
Rothrock, is one
of the smaller
works available
at her
Highway Grrls
gallery
on Highland
Avenue
in downtown
Eau Gallie.


Each time she returned for
checkups, nurses and
doctors would remark at
her low blood pressure.
"They kept asking me
what I was doing and
advised me to keep doing
it," Ms. Rothrock said.
In the interest of her
health, Ms. Rothrock
decided to settle in her
parents' home in Satellite
Beach and telecommute
with her clinic in Shreve-
port.
She signed up for a three-
day workshop under Fritz
Van Eden at the Brevard
Museum of Art and Sci-
ence.
She said as soon as she
walked in, she knew she
had found the right place.
"Fritz really helped me
transition from paper to
canvas," she said.
He encouraged her to
experiment with her
technique by using brushes
and plastic bags to build
layers and create texture.
Eventually, he pushed her
toward working with large
canvasses.
"He was the motivator for
my larger pieces. It was
amazing to work with


someone who
commands canvas the way
he does."
Mr. Van Eden said Ms.
Rothrock has many of the
ingredients of a great artist.
"She is a strong, bright
person who knows what
she wants," Mr. Van Eden
said. He hopes she contin-
ues to study under different
instructors to perfect her
craft.
As her art work evolved,
she needed a place to work
and rented space at the
museum.
One day, she noticed a for
lease sign at 1414 Highland
Ave. However, when she
called, it had already been
leased.
"I was disappointed,
because I felt the space was
meant for me."
It turns out, it was.
Soon, she received a
phone call telling her that
the arrangement fell
through and the space was
hers.
The decision to name her
gallery Highway Grrls is a
homage to the Highway-
men, whose paintings her

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Poisonous plants flourish in Florida


J am getting a lot of e-
mail requests to write
about some of the most
common poisonous plants
in Florida.
I have compiled a list of
some of the most common
plants that we all have in
our yards and gardens.
Some of these will shock
you.
What you don't know.
about some of these
common plants can be
deadly. Some parts of the
ornamental plants or
flowers in your yard may
contain a deadly poison.
The most susceptible to
being harmed are children
and pets.
* Oleander: One of the
most toxic and common
poisonous plants is the
oleander. This plant
contains a deadly heart
stimulant that resembles
the prescription drug
digitalis.
If a child eats a single leaf
or two from this plant it
could be deadly. There
have been several
instances of people dying
after eating meats that
were roasted on a wood
fire that contained olean-
der twigs or branches.
+ Diffenbachia: Dieffen-
bachia, which is a com-
mon tropical plant that
many of us have in our
homes, is also highly toxic.
All parts of this plant are
poisonous.
If eaten, the plant can
cause intense burning and
irritation of your mouth.
The plant can be deadly if
enough swelling occurs to
block your airway.
You should always wash
your hands after handling
this or any of the listed


poisonous plants.
* Azalea: All parts of the
Azalea plant can be toxic if
ingested. The symptoms
include nausea and
vomiting along with
difficulty in breathing and
possibly coma. The end
result can be fatal.
* Jasmine berries: These
berries can cause digestive
problems along with
nervous system disorders.
* Oak leaves: The foliage
from oak trees can be
toxic, but the effects are
gradual. If foliage is
ingested, it can slowly
affect your kidneys.
However, you need to
ingest a substantial
amount for severe poison-
ing to occur.
Lantana: This plant, I
which is commonly used
by many as a colorful
ground cover, is another
specimen that is toxic if
ingested.
Acute poisoning can
cause hemorrhagic
diarrhea and rapid heart
rate.
Other varieties:
Although this list includes
some of the most common
plant varieties, there are
many more: milkweed,
narcissus, daffodil, poison
oak, puslane and snow on
the mountain.
Bear in mind that just
because some of your
favorite plants can be toxic
if ingested, common sense
and keeping these plants
out of the reach of small
children and pets can
avoid tragedy.
Poinsettias not
poisonous: We have talked
a lot about common and
seemingly innocent plants
that can be toxic but here


Y


Garden Nook


with Joe Zelenak


is one plant that many
people think is deadly
poisonous but in reality, is
harmless.
The plant I am referring
to is the poinsettia.
This plant is one of the
most widely produced in
the country.
During the holidays,
almost every household
has at least one adorning
their d6cor.
Fear not, as today's
commercially distributed
varieties are not poison-
ous.
There are some people,
however, that may get a
mild allergic reaction to
the milky sap if it comes in
contact with their skin.
The affected areas can be
washed with soap and
water to remove the sap if
irritation develops.
Poinsettia plants are not
a serious risk for animals,
although it is always best


to keep any plant out of
the reach of pets if they
like to chew plants.
* Philodendrons, et al:
Finally, there are several
common houseplants that
can be toxic to animals
and children.
Probably the most
common is the philoden-
dron.
The toxic part is the
leaves. If ingested, it can
cause burning of the lips
and mouth and also cause
contact dermatitis if the
plant juice contacts the
skin.
Similar symptoms can
occur with pothos, golden
pothos and devil's ivy.

Joe Zelenak has 26 years
experience in gardening
and landscape. Send e-
mails to gardennook@bell-
south.net or visit his Web
site at www.hometowngar-
den.com.


Gallery
From page B6


mother collected, and the
word "grrls" created by
feminist indie punk rockers
('Riot Grrls'), and later used
to describe a woman who is
Internet savvy. -
With her cancer in remis-
sion, she spends her days
working in her gallery/ stu-
dio and experimenting with
color and texture, building
up a canvas and sometimes
breaking it back down to


achieve the desired effect: a
process that mirrors her
own life and journey toward
art.
Some of her larger pieces,
which can fetch up to
$2,000, are space inspired;
not surprising given her
background.
"I'm a sky watcher," she
said with a sly smile.
Other pieces appear
Eastern-influenced, as


evidenced by their sense of
balance and calm use of
intense reds and dark
colors.
"My objective is to create
beauty," Ms. Rothrock said.
"But I think you have to
have an emotional
strength. It's not about
angst, but about beauty
and manipulating color
and texture."
For information, visit


Brevard Zoo throws party for planet


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS


The Brevard Zoo will host its annual
Party for the Planet from 9:30 a.m. to 5
p.m. Saturday, April 21.
The event is free with zoo admission.
The first 200 families will receive a tote
made from 100 percent organic cotton.
Guests can also receive $2 off zoo admis-
sion by bringing in a phone book for recy-
cling. Only one discount per person is
allowed.
Zoo admission is $10.50 for adults, 13
and older, $9.50 for ages 60 and older,
$7.50 for ages 2-12 and free for those


younger than 2.
The event encourages families to sup-
port energy conservation and to preserve
backyard habitats for animals.
There will be face painting, interactive
displays, games, crafts and giveaways.
Representatives from Home Depot will
help children make bird houses.
As part of the party, the zoo will offer an
art class from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. with artist
Pearl Ollie. The class will focus on water-
color painting and drawing. To partici-
pate, call (321) 254-9453, Ext. 219. Space is
limited to 25 people. Cost is $20, which
includes admission and art supplies.


www. robinrothrock.com or
call (318) 227-3075.
Contact Lisa M. Onorato
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art contest for K-12, 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m., Riverwalk Park,
5355 U.S. 1, Rockledge. (321)
433-4490.
Spaghetti dinner: 5-9
p.m., Ethel & Fred's restau-
rant, 3016 W. New Haven
Ave. West Melbourne. $5.
Benefits: Christopher Chida,
who suffered brain damage
three years ago.
* Teen night: 7:30-10 p.m.,
Sandrift Community Center,
585 N. Singletton Ave.,
Titusville. Free food, drinks,


music, games. Grades 7-12.
Brevard County Parks and
Recreation Department,
(321) 264-5105.
SATURDAY, APRIL 7
Yard sale: 8 a.m. to 1
p.m., Salvation Army North
Brevard, 919 W. Peachtree
St., Cocoa. Sponsor:
Women's Club. New cloth-
ing, small kitchen appli-
ances, etc. (321) 632-6060,
Ext. 818.
* Benefit car wash: 9 a.m.
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Kiwanis Club.
Spring Bash Outreach:
10 a.m. to 2 p.m., World of
Faith Outreach Christian
Center, 217 Dixie Lane,
Rockledge. Free. Food,
prizes, children's games,
clowns, face painting, live
music, dance demonstra-
tions, disc jockey. Groups to
distribute information
about resources, health and
wellness, safety, parenting
and more. Bags of food to be
distributed. (321) 634-5509.
* Car, bike show: Bruce
Hazelton Memorial Car &
Bike Show, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
Wickham Park Main Pavil-
ion, Melbourne. Palm Bay
Seratoma Club. Benefits
Camp Endeavor. John
Coates, (321) 724-5752 and
(321) 960-2238.
* PAL Poker Run: 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m.. Starts at Palm Bay
Moose. Ends at Legion Post
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Police Athletic League of
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Merritt Island. Central Bre-
vard Humane Society. (321)
636-3343, Ext. 207.
+ Archaeologist lecture: 1-
2:30 p.m., Sebastian Inlet
State Park, McLarty Treasure
Museum, 9700 S. Highway
A1A, Melbourne Beach. With
Rob Westrick. Topic: Hidden
History Beneath the Sand
and Sea: In the Wake of the
Golden Galleons. Includes
slide show. Free with $3
admission.
* Free chair massages: 3-4
p.m., Wild Oats, next to
Office Depot, U.S. 192.
Sponsor: Natural Approach
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Center.
* Jazz concert: 3-6 p.m.,
Wickham Park, Melbourne.
Features Satellite high
School Jazz Band. Free.
Bring lawn chairs, blankets.
Sponsor: WFIT 89.5 FM and
Brevard County Parks and


Recreation Department.
* Burning Word Caf6: 7-9
p.m., Harry T. and Harriet V
Moore Memorial Park Cul-
tural Center, 2180 Freedom
Ave., Mims. Family oriented
event commemorates
National Poetry Month.
Free. (321) 264-6595.
SUNDAY, APRIL 8
Coin, stamp show: 10
a.m. to 4 p.m., Eau Gallie
Civic Center, 1551 Highland
Ave., Melbourne. Free. Kids
get free coin. Sponsor: South
Brevard Coin Club. (321)
751-3647.
MONDAY, APRIL 9
Cribbage: 6:15 p.m.,
Merritt Island Towers Con-
dominium Club. Nine-game
tournament. (321) 459-5358
or (321) 632-2088.


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p.m. Monday, April 9, Wild
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U.S. 192. Sponsor: Natural
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Massage Center. Seating
limited. Reservations; (321)
725-2438.
* Butterfly gardening pro-
gram: 7 p.m., Melbourne
Public Library, 540 E. Fee
Ave. Conradina Chapter,
Florida Native Plant Society.
Speaker: Martha Steuart.
TUESDAY, APRIL 10
+ Medicaid planning:
Seminar, 10 a.m. to noon,
One Senior Place, 8085 Spy-
glass Hill Road, Viera.
William Johnson, elder law
attorney. (321) 751-6771.
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Melbourne High Bulldogs stretch streak to 17


Baseball team
has won 40
-" of last 41 games
., BY ROB SHELBURNE
2 Sports writer
L: Sometimes it's better to be
lucky than good.
The Melbourne High
S School Bulldogs baseball
team has been both lucky
. and good the previous two
r seasons.
IT -' -The Bulldogs have won 17
7 7 L : y straight games in 2007 and
40 of 41 dating back to early


Melbourne Bulldogs
infielder Paul Jackson
stretches for a late throw
to second base
during the
opening game of the
Palm Bay
Spring Break Classic
versus Sebastian River
High School
March 26
at Dawson Field
on the campus
of Melbourne High School.
The Bulldogs
won the game, 2-0.
Melbourne
went on to win
the tournament
with a 3-1 victory
over Vero Beach,
extending
its winning streak
to 17 games.

Lukas Harden
for Hometown News


Prep sports

March 23
Baseball
Eau Gallie 7, Palm Bay 1
- EG: Chris Hamper, 2B
(2) WP: Jake Frazier (3-2)
LP: Trevor Telms (n/a) EG:
8-6
Brevard HEAT 8,
Covenant Christian 5
- BH: James Noonan, 2B;
Chris Noonan, 2B. WP:
San Noonan (3-3) LP:
Keith Poulus (0-3) BH: 4-7
CC: 1-7
Softball
Eau Gallie 12, Palm Bay
6 (6 innings) PB: Sam
Walker, 2B. EG: Raina
Benedith, 2B; Nicole
Adams, 2B. WP: Lexi Car-
roll (7-2) LP: Amy Eldere-
deg (3-3) EG: 15-3 PB: 9-6
Covenant Christian 11,
Brevard HEAT 6 BH:
Kelsey Dawdy, 2B. CC:
Sonja Townsend, 2B, 3B.
WP: Townsend (5-4) LP:
Amy LaFontaine (n/a)
BH: 4-4 CC: 5-4
Space Coast 10, MCC 0
(5 innings) SC: Patrice
Fee, 2b, 3B; Brittan Mas-
son, HR. WP: Lauren Toler
(6-0) LP: Savannah


McMillan (n/a) SC: 18-3.
March 26
Baseball
Palm Bay Spring Break
Classic
Melbourne 2, Sebastian
River 0 MEL: Jim McMa-
hon, 2B. SR: Greg Mauer,
2B; Steven Tunstill, 2B.
WP: Logan Thomas (5-0)
LP: Bryan Cooney (1-2).
MEL: 15-0 SR: 7-8
Cocoa Beach 2, MCC 1 -
MCC: Stefan DeCOla, 2B.
WP: Dave Sutherland
(n/a) LP: Greg Millard
MCC: 12-4

Tennis (girls)
Trinity Prep 6, MCC 1 -
SINGLES: Maci Epstein
(TP) def. Madelaine
Genna 6-2, 7-5; Katarina
Roesler ,(TP) def. Megam
McWiliams 6-1, 6-0; Erin
Chew (TP) def. Monique
Medina 6-0, 6-0; Sonali
Rajit (TP) def. Marissa
Woodard 6-1, 6-1;, Alice
Tarr (TP) def. Karly Kehres
6-1, 6-0. DOUBLES:
Genna/ McWilliams
9MCC) def. Chew/Rajit 8-
6; Brown/Hazdat (TP) def.
Medina/Kehres 8-2 MCC:
3-8 TP: 10-1


in the 2006 season. They
currently are ranked No. 4 in
Class 6A by the Florida
Sports Writers Association.
"We don't even mention
it," said veteran Bulldogs
skipper Pete Donovan of the
winning streak. "In this
game, as soon as you start
talking about how much
better you are than every-
body else, that's when
things can go south in a
hurry."
Donovan admits this
year's team is not as strong
offensively as last years.
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Brevard Blue Dus schedules open tryouts Apri28

Brevard Blue Ducks schedules open tryouts April 28


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

To borrow a phrase from the
United States Marines: Blue
Ducks are looking for a few
good men.
The Brevard Blue Ducks will
hold their annual open tryouts
for the 2007 season, April 28
at Florida Air Academy in Mel-
bourne.
Led by former NBA player
Brian Rowsom, the Blue Ducks
relied heavily on local talent


last year and established a club
record for winning percentage.
"We proved we could take
local basketball talent and field
a competitive team playing
against tpp-flight squads from
around the country," said
Duck's owner Mike Richman in
a press release.
The past two seasons, the
Ducks played an independent
schedule against pro teams
from other cities and leagues,
such as the WBA's All-Star Team


and ABA's Palm Beach Imperi-
als, while affording young play-
ers an opportunity to establish
pro careers.
One strategy the team plans
to keep in place rather than
picking one or two players
.from the tryout to join the
team the entire Blue Ducks
squad will be comprised of
players the team picks from the
open tryouts.
The Blue Ducks have sent
more than 80 players on to pro


careers with other leagues and
teams in the past five years.
Players also have parlayed
their experience with the
Ducks into invitations to try-
out camps for NBA and Euro-
pean teams.
Tryouts will begin at 9 a.m.
and will run all day.
Registration is at 8:15 a.m.
The cost is $125 if registered
and paid in advance, or $150 at
the door.
Brevard residents will be


charged $100 if registered and
paid in advance, $125 at the
door. Checks will be accepted
only if paid in advance.
Florida Air Academy is locat-
ed at 1950 Academy Drive, in
Melbourne.
For a tryout registration form
or for more information, visit
the Blue Ducks Web site at
www.BrevardBlueDucks.com or
call (321) 751-BLUE (2583).
The tryouts are open to the
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Pinky Hostetter, 3B. WP:
H. White (n/a) LP: Savan-
nah McMillan (10-9)
MCC: 10-9 TP: 13-1

Baseball
Palm Bay Spring Break
Classic at Palm Bay High
School
Melbourne 4, Eau Gal-
lie 0 MEL: Keith Jen-
nings, 2B; Paul Jackson,
2B; MarkVaughn, 2B. WP:
Chris Dugay (3-0) LP:
Chris Hamper (3-3) MEL:
16-0 EG: 9-7
MCC 4, John Carroll 0
- MCC: Pat Reibsame, 2B.
JC: Griffin, 2B. WP: Phil
Piotrowski (4-1) LP: T.J.
Mullins (n/a) MCC: 13-4
JC: 9-3


Tennis (boys)
THRIFT MCC 6, John Carroll 1 -
SINGLES: Evan Adding-
i. ton (MCC) def. Matt
Guetter 6-1, 6-0; Ryan
(*.. McGrath (MCC) def.
DEBIT Eddie Humenik 6-4, 4-6,
DEBIT 10-5; Mateo Abondano
(JC) def. Matt Kriete 6-0,
. 6-4; Jeff Congdon (MCC)
.' 'I .'f def. Ryan McGlynn 6-2,
6-2; Maichael Batista
9MCC) def. Trevor Hein
6-1, 6-0. DOUBLES:
Addington/Hogan (MCC)
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10-6 BHS: 12-7.

Bulldogs climb
to No. 4 in state

The Melbourne High
School Bulldogs baseball
team is ranked 4th in the
latest Florida Sportswrit-
ers Association Class 6A
baseball poll released
March 27.
Despite their 17-0
record, Melbourne
remains 43 points behind
No. 1 Palm Beach Gar-
dens (15-1) and 17 points
behind 2006 state run-
ner-up and third-ranked
Sarasota (15-1).
Winners of 40 of its last
41 games, Melbourne can
lock up the Cape-Coast
Conference title with a
victory over Merritt
Island (12-2) April 17.
The Mustangs are
ranked No. 8 in Class 4A.

College golf

Lady Panthers finish
ninth in spring classic
The Florida Tech Pan-
thers women's golf team
finished in 9th place at
Nova Southeastern Uni-
versity's Spring Classic


golf tournament March
26-27 in Tamarac.
Freshman Stacey
O'Hara, from Orlando,
shot rounds of 75-75 on
Woodmont Country
Club's 6,090-yard, Par-72,
Cypress Course layout to
finish in a three-way tie
for medallist honors at 6-
over-par, 150 for the 36-
hole tournament.
As a team, the Lady Pan-
thers shot consecutive
rounds of 330 to finish at
660, good enough for 9th
place in the 12-team field,
47 shots off the winning
pace of 613 set by West
Florida University.
Sunshine State Confer-
ence foe, and tourna-
ment host NSU, finished
in 3rd place with a total
of 626, while SSC schools
Lynn University and
Barry University finished
4th and 5th, respectively.
Tech's Daniela lacobelli
(80-81-161) finished in a
tie for 25th place.
Natalie Kohler (87-83-170)
of Johannesburg, South
Africa tied for 44th place.
Ericka Hidreth (87-92-
179) of Cocoa Beach
rounded out the Lady
Panthers' performance in
55th place.
The Lady Panthers hit
the Links again April 15-
17 in the SSC champi-
onships' at Duran Golf
Club in Viera.


Hurricanes win national tournament


MATT O'HERN
Sports writer
After breezing through the regular sea-
son, the Space Coast Hurricanes put the
finishing touches on the 2006-07 season.
Brevard County's amateur hockey team
took home the first place trophy after shut-
ting out the Massachusetts Maple Leafs,5-
0 at the America's Cup Junior C champi-
onship game in Philadelphia, Penn.
Space Coast jumped, out to a 3-0 lead in
the first period and never looked back, as
forwards Jason Mattiace, Aaron Flegming,
Chris Fitzgerald and Alex Chalifoux, and
defender Ned Timmons each scored goals


to propel the Hurricanes to the win.
Forward Jake Ninko, defender Kyle
Houser, Derek Kosakowski, Matt LaBelle,
Scott Helvey and Chalifoux all finished
with assists.
"All of our players were committed this
year," Ninko said.
While the win provided the Hurri-
canes with a nice championship tro-
phy, an overall record of 35-2 and a
nice banner to, add to their collection,
it was also a milestone victory that
marked the second time in 95 years
that a team from south of the Mason
Dixon line won the USAH champi-
onship.


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March 28
Baseball
Palm Bay Spring Break
Classic at Palm Bay High
School, championship
game
Melbourne 3, Vero
Beach 1 MEL: Mark
Vaughn, 2B; Jim McMa-
hon, HR. VB: Roberto
Sanchez, 2B; Stephen
Koppleman, HR. WP: Ty
Witel (1-0) LP: Travis
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Will rivalry bloom at Masters tournament at Augusta?


We've been waiting
for 10 years.Ever
since his epic 12-
stroke victory at the 1997
Masters, golf fans and
pundits alike have clam-
ored for a rival to Tiger
Woods.
As he's rolled his way
through to an unheard-of
12 major titles during the
last decade, the world's
No. 1 golfer has kicked
sand in the face of the
game's so-called young
guns while the old guard
wears down.
First, it was Spain's
Sergio Garcia who was
heralded as the one most


likely to slow down the
Woods juggernaut. Then
along came (in no particu-
lar order) South Africa's
Retief Goosen, Fiji's Vijay
Singh, Australia's Adam
Scott and Brits Luke
Donald and Justin Rose.
This worldwide assort-
ment of wannabes, while
providing us moments of
brilliance, has been
reduced to surviving on
what scraps Woods allows
them.
But, by swapping the
Green Jacket with Woods
the past two Masters, Phil
Mickelson has fertilized
the seeds of a rivalry long


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RoB SHELBURNE
Sports writer

overdue in the minds of
many golf fans.
many golf fans.


Mickelson broke
through with his first
major victory at the 2004
Masters, only to turn
around the next year and
hand the Green Jacket to
Woods.
Last year, Woods sported
a whimsical glare when he
and Lefty again played hot
potato with the emerald
frock, part peeved, part
pleased to have somebody
finally join his party.
This weekend, Woods
takes a swing at a fifth
Masters title that would
leave him and Jack Nick-
laus as the only golfers to
claim more than four.


Mickelson will strive for
his third Masters victory in
four years.
Will Superman stumble
while Everyman soars?
Will the azaleas lining
historic Augusta National
Golf Club be the only
thing in bloom, or will
Mickelson's spring plant-
ings of the last few years
blossom into another
Nicklaus-Palmer or Ali-
Frazier?
Or, will dreams of being
Woods' equal be left to rot
on the vine, compost for
the undergrowth of
Augusta's delicate and
extensive flora?


In all likelihood, the real
question is how large
Woods' margin of victory
will be, and how Mickel-
son will handle fitting
Woods for his fifth Green
Jacket?
The answer to these and
other questions will be
unearthed over the final
36 holes of the 71st
Masters, which can be
seen on CBS television
beginning at 2 p.m.
Saturday.

Contact Rob Shelburne
at (321) 751-5959 or
shelburne@hometown-
newsOl.com.


Prep sports
Melbourne High School
Baseball
April 9 vs. Space Coast,
6p.m.
April 11 vs. Vero Beach,
6 p.m.
April 13 vs. Eau Gallie,
7p.m.
Softball
April 10 at MCC, 5 p.m.
April 11 at Rockledge,
6 p.m.
Tennis (boys)
April 11 vs. Gateway,
4p.m.
Tennis (girls)
April 11 vs. Gateway,
4p.m.
Track and field
April 17 district
championships, TBA
FAA
Baseball
April 6 vs. Brevard
HEAT, 5 p.m.
April 11 vs. John Carroll,
5p.m.
April 12 at Satellite,
6 p.m.
April 13 vs. Holy Trinity,
6p.m.
Tennis (boys)
April 11 at John Carroll,
3:30 p.m.
Eau Gallie High School
Baseball
April 9 vs. Bayside,
7p.m.
April 13 at Melbourne,
7p.m.
Softball
April 6-7 at Kissimmee
Classic, TBA
April 11 at Titusville,
6p.m.
Tennis (girls)
April 12 atViera, 4 p.m.
Track and field
April 17 district
championships, TBA
Melbourne Central
Catholic High School
Baseball
April 10 vs. Temple
Christian, 4 p.m.
April 12 vs. Toledo
Central Catholic, noon.
West Shore High School
Tennis (boys)
April 10 vs. Titusville at
LaCita Country Club,


4 p.m.
April 12 vs. Cocoa Beach
at Hoover tennis courts,
4p.m.

Bulldogs
golf tournament
Melbourne High School's
annual Bulldog Wrestling
Booster Club golf tourna-
ment will be April 12 at the
Habitat Golf Club inValkaria.
Cost is $65 per person,
$240 for a foursome.
For hole sponsorship
and foursome play, the
cost is $320.
For information, call
(321) 724-0918 or (321)
951-7483.
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 www.golf-
spacecoast. com.

Beachside
golf leagues

Two evening golf leagues
are being formed at Spes-
sard Holland Golf Course
in Melbourne Beach.
An, individual.league will
play on Wednesdays with a
5 p.m. shotgun start,
beginning April 18 and
continuing through Sep-
tember. The format will be
net score match play.
A business mixer golf


league will play on Thurs-
days with a 5 p.m. shotgun
start, beginning April 19
and continuing through
September. With a two-
person team,. the format
will be best ball, match
play.
Golfers may sign up as a
two-person team or as
individuals to be paired.
"Last year's after-work
league was so popular, we
saw the need to expand it
and create new formats,"
Rene Uzee, pro/manager
of Spessard Holland said in
a press release.
The registration fee for
either league is $15. The
weekly cost for each league
is $17, which includes cart,
green fee, food, beverages,
and prizes.
For information, contact
Rene Uzee or Roger Marcel-
lus at (321) 952-4530.

Wrestling stars to
sign autographs
Professional wrestlers
Brother Devon and Broth-
er Ray of NWA and TNA
and former WWE stars
Maven and Chris Jericho
will be on hand April 7 to
sign autographs for fans at
3D's Power Blendz next to
Hawks Gym on Wickham
Road in Melbourne.
For information, call
(321) 242-7701.
Local colleges

Florida Tech
Baseball
April 6 at Barry
University, 6 p.m.
April 7 at Barry
University (DH), 1 p.m.
April 10 at Lynn
University, 3 p.m.
April 13, at Nova
Southeastern, 6 p.m.
Golf (men)
April 5-7 Buccaneer
Invitational, Miami
Softball
April 6 vs. Nova
Southeastern University,
2 p.m.
April 7 vs. Nova
Southeastern (DH),
1 p.m.


April 9 at Florida
Southern, 7 p.m.
April 10 at Florida
Southern (DH), 5 p.m.
April 13 at Tampa
University, 7 p.m.
Brevard Community
College
Golf (men)
April 23-24 district
championship at Rock-
ledge Country Club

Midnight basketball

A free basketball league
for players ages 12-25 is
being formed for Friday
nights at the Grant Street
Community Center in Mel-
bourne.
For information, call
674-5723.

Coaches, league organiz-
ers, event leaders and camp
directors with news, stats or
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During the Spring Break
Classic tournament at Palm
Bay High School March 26-
28, the Bulldogs outscored
opponents 9-1, winning 2-0,
4-0 and 3-1 en route to win-
ning the tournament.
In the opening game of
the tournament, Melbourne
managed just two unearned
runs, on three hits with one
error.
"We've been lucky, and we
know it," Donovan said.
The lack of production at
the plate can be attributed,
in part, to the graduation of
2006 Space Coast Player of
the Year Jason Stidham, who
now starts at third base for
the Florida State Seminoles
Melbourne totaled just 12
hits over the three games
they won while claiming the
title.
The most important hit
came from senior catcher
Jim McMahon in the title
game against district foe
Vero Beach, March 28.
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It was McMahon's first
home run of the season and
his 11th RBI. He is second
on the Bulldogs in batting
with a .418 average.
The Bulldogs have com-
pensated for their offensive
shortcomings with consis-
tent play in the field and
timely starting pitching.
"We catch the ball a lot
better this year," Donovan
said moments before the
Bulldogs took the field ver-
sus Vero. "The main thing is
we are not having innings
where we make a lot of
errors,"
The Bulldogs booted just
two balls during last week's
tournament, allowing their
pitchers to relax and throw
strikes.
"Our starting pitching has
been a nice surprise,"
Donovan said. "The guys
throwing now only had
about seven or eight innings
total work last year. Logan
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and Greg (sophomore Greg
Facciobene) spent most of
last year on junior varsity."
Senior Jae. Hasselberger
leads the Bulldogs with a 6-0
record and a 0.47 ERA.
Thomas moved to 5-0 after
shutting out Sebastian River
for 5 innings in the tourna-
ment opener March 26.
Donovan said he credits
his pitching coach, former
Melbourne star and Toronto
Blue Jays pitcher Jason
Arnold with the staff's con-
sistency.
"Jason's just done a great
job of getting the guys to
throw strikes and trust the
defense behind them," he
said.
Melbourne winds down
the season with a six-game
home stand that begins
April 9 with Space Coast,
but is highlighted by a tilt
with Class 4A's No. 8-ranked
Merritt Island Mustangs
April 17.
The Mustangs are 13-2
and also are undefeated in
the Cape Coast Conference.
Donovan said Merritt
Island's pitching has caught
his attention.
"Their pitching is great,"
he said. "They have three
seniors who are real good
and will probably play at the
next level. That will be a big
game."
Donavan said it was
important to get this tour-
nament in during spring
break but he wants his play-
ers to rest up for the stretch
run.
"It may only be 25 games,
but it's a long season," he
said. "We started back in
January and I want them to
be mentally fresh when they
get back to work."
The Bulldogs take the field
again April 9 against Space
Coast at Dawson Field on
the campus of Melbourne
High School.
First pitch is scheduled for
6p.m.

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return to Space Coast Stadi-
um this weekend, as the Bre-
vard County Manatees, the
Advanced-A minor league
baseball affiliate of the Mil-
waukee Brewers, begin the
2007 season.
"We are really excited
about the talent on this
team," John Tamargo said.
"The Brewers farm system
has really come a long way
in the last several years, and
this team is a testament to
that."
Following great seasons
from pitchers Steve Ham-
mond and Yovani Gollardo,
the Manatees turn to a new
crop of talent this season.
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with 134 strikeouts. Garrison
posted an ERA of 3.47 went
7-6 with 77 strikeouts, and
Welch went 8-6 with an ERA
of 2.43 and 85 strikeouts.
Returning Manatees pitch-
ers include Josh Wahpepah
and Ben Stanzyk.
Wahpepah pitched 100
innings last year and fin-
ished with a record of 6-8
and an ERA of 4.50. Stanzyk
pitched 81 innings, went 8-
4, posted an ERA of 4.55 and
struck out 82 batters.
Other pitchers include
Rafael Llubares, Vince
Perkins, Luis Pena, Derek
Miller, David Johnson, Kevin
Roberts and Jeremy Lewis.
"Our pitching will again be
strong, and offensively we
have guys that can hit for
average and for power,"
Tamargo said. "Last year,
(2006) Brevard County pro-


duced two of the top five
players in all of minor league
baseball (Gallardo and
Braun) and we are on track
to do even better."
Wahpepah and Stanzyk
will be throwing to familiar
targets Nestor Corredor,
Carlos Corporan and J.R.
Hopf. Nestor played 62
games for the Manatees in
2006, while Corporan played
86 games as a Manatee and
three for the Huntsville
Stars. Corporan finished
with a hitting average of
.271, with 79 hits and 39
RBIs. Hopf is entering his
second professional season.
At first base, Ned Yost and
Chris Errecart will split time.
During his first 24 games
with the Manatees, Yost
struggled at the plate and hit
.139 with 11 hits and six
RBIs.
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Last season, the fifth-round
pick went .316 at the plate
with 86 hits, 13 home runs
and 61 RBIs.
The infield will also
include 'Alcides Escobar,
who led the Manatees with
28 steals in 2006, rookie
Ryan Barba at shortstop and
Mat Gamel at third base.
In the outfield, the Mana-
tees hope to fill the offensive
void left by Brendan Kaitin,
who led the team with 130
hits and 75 RBIs.
Center Fielder Charlie Fer-
maint returns to the Mana-
tees lineup after hitting .276
with 117 hits and 33 RBI in
2006.
Cole Gillespie, who played
center field for the rookie-
league team -the Helena
Brewers and hit .344 with
64 hits and 31 RBIs, will join
Fermaint.
Brevard County's outfield
also includes left fielder
Ryan Crew, right fielder
Lorenzo Cain and Freddy
Parejo, who is used in all
three outfield positions.
Key players who advanced
since last year include- right
fielder Brendan Katin,
infielder Steve Sollman and
second baseman Hernan
Iribarren, who all went to
the Huntsville Stars (AA),
and third baseman Ryan
Braun, who went to the
Nashville Sounds (AAA).
The stadium is at 5800 Sta-
dium Parkway in Viera.
Aslo, fans listen to radio
and online broadcasts. Sat-
urday games will be broad-
cast on WMEL 920 AM, and
Wednesday and Thursday
games will be broadcast on
WIXC 1060 AM.All 140 of the
games can be heard at
"www.manateesbaseball.cQm
Fans can also tune in to the
new weekly radio show,
"Manatee Insanatee," which
will be broadcast every
Monday morning from 9 -10
a.m. on WMEL 920 A.M.

Contact Matt O'Hern at
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Last year, Brevard
County was the scene for
a unique event, as WWE
legends converged on the
Clemente Center at Flori-
da Tech for "Mayhem in
Melbourne."
Legendary wrestlers,
Greg "The Hammer"
Valentine, Brutus "The
Barber" Beefcake, "Super-
fly" Jimmy Snuka, Koko B.
Ware, King Kong Bundy
and Jake "The Snake"
Roberts made "Mayhem
in Melbourne" a huge suc-
cess.
The show, hosted by
Sports & Entertainment
Management Group, Inc.,
the parent company of
the Brevard Blue Ducks,
was so successful that the
company received more
400 phone calls from
wrestling fans eager for
more star-studded
wrestling.
"We definitely knew we
were on to something,"
said SEMG's president,
Mike Richman in a press
release.
"Right there, we knew
that we were going to con-
tinue to build the 'May-
hem' franchise each year
and make it our 'Wrestle-
mania of the South.'
"This has become a
marquee event for us."
And so, the company
announced last week that
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Kamala
Marty Jannetty
Tito Santana
Nikolai Volkoff
The Iron Sheik
Jerry "The King"
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II" will be May 12 at 7 p.m.
at the Clemente Center on
the campus of Florida
Tech in Melbourne.
This year's show will
feature a new slate of for-
mer WWE stars as well as
wrestlers from Florida
Extreme Wrestling.
"We think this show will
be even bigger and better
than last year," added
Richman.
"We've got a lot of
famous wrestlers coming
in for this one, but our big
coup was landing Hall of
Fame wrestler, Jerry "The
King" Lawler for our main
event."
Tickets will range from
$35 and $30 for ringside
reserved seating to $25 for
lower level and $20 for
upper level bleachers.
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Ducks Web site at
www.BrevardBlueDucks.c
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Wrestling's Web site at
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ment': Film and discussion. 1-4
p.m. Friendship Fellowship of
Pineda, 3115 Friendship Place,
Rockledge. Free. (321) 773-4745.
* Project Get Ready: College
information fair, 4-7 p.m., Ralph
M. Williams Student Center, 1519
Clearlake Road, Cocoa. Food, door
prizes, free scholarship giveaway,
and information on college admis-
sions, financial aid, etc. (321) 433-
7309, (321) 433-5512 or www.bre-
vardcc.edu.
* Nanotechnology talk Science
Caf6, 6-8 p.m., Pizza Gallery and
Grill restaurant, The Avenue Viera.
Free. Speakers: Joel Olson and Kurt
Winkelmann.
* Election screening: "Clean
Elections: Changing the Face of
America" featuring Bill Moyers;
6:30 p.m., Lagoon House, 3275
Dixie Highway N.E., Palm Bay.
Sponsor: Space Coast Progressive
Alliance.
* Ken Domer memorial concert:


7:30 p.m., April 11-12, Melbourne
Auditorium, 625 E. Hibiscus Blvd.
Melbourne Municipal Band. Pro-
gram: World music, patriotic
marches, sing-along. Free. Tickets
required. Non-ticket holders
admitted at 7:15 p.m. (321) 724-
0555.

WEDNESDAY,
APRIL 11

Ballroom dancing: 1-4 p.m.,
Palm Bay Community Center, 1502
Port Malabar Blvd. Music by Joe
Cotti and the Regents. $30. (321)
952-3343.
Project Get Ready: College
information fair, 4-7 p.m., Student
Services Center/Administration
Building, 3865 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne. Food, door prizes, free
scholarship giveaway, and infor-
mation on college admissions,
financial aid, etc. (321) 433-7309,


(321) 433-5512 or
www.brevardcc.edu.
+ French film festival: "Comme
une image" 5:30 p.m. opening
reception, 7 p.m. screening. Glea-
son Performing Arts Center, Flori-
da Institute of Technology, Univer-
sity Boulevard, Melbourne. Free.
Carla Funk, (321) 674-6129.

THURSDAY, APRIL 12

MOMS Club open house: 10
a.m. to noon, First Pentecostal
Church, 1021 Emerson Drive N.E.,
Palm Bay. Food, children's games,
raffle. Money raised benefits
March of Dimes.
Brown bag lunch: noon, Lori
Wilson Park pavilion, 1320 N.
Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach. Chris
Koeppel of Brevard County Natural
Resources Management speaks on
"Monofilament Recovery Pro-
gram." (321) 455-1385.
* Book sale: 6-7 p.m., members


only, Central Brevard Library, 308
Forrest Ave., Cocoa. (321) 635-
7845.
+ Showers to Flowers ball: 6:30-
10 p.m., Melbourne Auditorium,
625 E. Hibiscus Blvd. Sponsor:
Swingtime Jazz Band. BYOB. $5
advance, WMMB radio, Marion
Music, Honor America; $6 at door.
(321) 724-0555.
* Exposition exploration: Bre-
vard Antiques and Collectors Club,
7 p.m., Eau Gallie Library, 1521
Pineapple Ave., Melbourne. Dis-
cussion of World's Fairs and Expo-
sitions. Bring item for study. Linda,
(321) 752-4610.
FRIDAY, APRIL 13
Book sale: 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
Central Brevard Library, 308 For-
restAve., Cocoa. (321) 635-7845.
Teen night: 7-10 p.m., Port St.
John Community Center, 6650
Corto Road, Port St. John. Music


and games. Grades 7-12. Free. Bre-
vard County Parks and Recreation
Department, (321) 264-5105.
ONGOING EVENTS

MONDAYS

Brevard County Cribbage
Club: 6:15 p.m., Merritt Island Tow-
ers Condominium Club. Nine-
game tournaments. (321) 459-5358
or (321) 632-2088.

TUESDAYS
Farmer's market: 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. downtown Melbourne. (321)
298-1387 or www.melboumefarm-
ersmarket.com.
* Coffee break: 9:30 and 11:30
a.m. second and fourth Tuesdays,
Community Church of the
Nazarene, 400 Crockett Blvd., Mer-
ritt Island.. Free coffee and dough-
nuts. (321) 452-4915.


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MOTHER'S DAY Plates -
(2) 1969, B/G, (Bing &
Grondahl) 1st Editions,
Mint Condition & Boxed.
$300/each. 321-268-9810
OAK ANTIQUES Dining
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DRYER, GAS, like new,
$250; Electric washer,
$125. 321-757-9353




AIR COMPRESSOR-
Craftsman, Twin Cyl. 30
gallon, New 5hp motor.
$125.321-722-0357 SBrv
ALARM SYSTEM, new,
Radio Shack, $45. Call
321-961-0369 So. Brev.
ALLOY WHEELS, (2)
aluminum, 15", Toyota '99
- '04, good cond., $125/all
obo. 321-757-6198
ANCHOR- Used CQR SL
steel hinged plow 19.51lbs
33" swivel, 16' 3/8" chain
$200.321-698-5453 NBrv
ANTHONY ROBBINS
CDs- Personal Power, 2
Complete w/ Video. Like
New.$45.321-728-4316
AQUARIUM, 55 gal., w/
all accessories, cast iron
stand, needs filter, $100
firm. 321-724-2194
ARMOIRE Oriental, BIk,
in Exc. Cond. can hold a
TV etc. Paid $900, Sell
$200/obo.321-783-6911
BABY STROLLER, seats
2, good cond., $40; Baby
clothes $10; Pet bed, $10
772-664-0090 So. Brev.
BAKERS RACK, 4 shelf,
great for plants, display
kitchen, etc. $30 each or
$100 for 4. 321-253-1823
BAND SAW with stand,
1/4 hp, runs good, $100
obo, call 321-777-8704.
BAND SAW, Craftsman,
floor standing, 3/4HP,
works great, $100. Call
321-952-1925 So. Brev.
Bar Chairs 3 High Metal
Back, Foot Ring, Padded
Seats. Reg. $240- Sale
$45/all. 321-724-4854
BED Full, Mattress &
box frame.$75. A/C win-
dow unit, 8000BTU. $50.
321-676-4336 Palm Bay.


BED FRAME: twin. mat-
tress & box spring. grt.
shape. used in xtra bdrm.
$50 321-243-4187 Cocoa
BED SPREADS, (2),
twin, w/(2) bed skirts and
matching window val-
ance, $95, call 752-8872.
BEDROOM SET,qn head
board,boxspring,mattress,
5 drawer chest, nightstd,
$200. 321-253-3460
BEDS (2) Twin, White
Wood, Poster Beds. Both
for $185. 321-676-0673
BICYCLE Men's 18", 1
year old in Excellent Con-
dtion. Only Ridden 3 x's!
$50.321-632-8358 NBrev
BICYCLE, 3 wheel, Royal
Enfield, 4 speed, drum
brake, $125. Please call
321-652-9489 So. Brev.
BICYCLE, MENS, Electra
Deluxe, 7 spd, cruiser, w/
rack,hardly used.Pd $470
- sell $150. 321-254-2254
BICYCLE, RALEIGH,
1969, England rod
brakes, Sturmey Archer
axle, $150. 321-952-8933
BIRD CAGE, dark gray,
w/wheels, seed catcher,
exc. cond., $175. Call
321-725-2631 So. Brev.
BIRD CAGE, w/portable
stand, black metal, pur-
chased 3 months ago for
$120/obo. 321-952-1413
BLANKET REEL, solar,
for inground pool, 18' to
36' long, $100. Call
321-726-9550 So. Brev.
BOAT/ TRAILER, 12'
alum. V hull, w/oars, elec.
trolling motor, $200. Call
321-951-2864 So. Brev.
BOOKCASE, REAL
wood, & 30 books, $50;
rocking chair, $50; table
$30, call 321-768-1554.
CABINET English, Oak
small 47.5"L x 30"H x 17"
W.$95.321-634-5772
CABINET, HARDWOOD
black and gold, needs
repair, $75 obo, call
321-255-2637, So. Brev.
CAR SEAT, infant, & crib,
great cond., $50/both or
$25 ea. 321-752-0179 So.
Brevard
CARPET, 3+ rolls, un-
used, $75; Yamaha or-
gan,$60; 2 sm. sailboats,
$35/both. 321-254-9609
CEILING FAN/LIGHT -
New, Stainglass, Tiffany,
w/ remote. $200/neg 321-
768-0940/201-259-1416
CEILING FANS w/ light
kits, one is cut glass, one
is 4 light brass direction-
al, $15 ea, call 255-1346.


Changing Table Even-
Flo. $10. Exer-Saucer.
$10. Little Tykes Toy Box
$15. 321-632-9241Cocoa
CLOSET DOOR,
30"Wx80"H, white, anti-
que handle. New $89 -
sell $20. 321-253-0986.
COFFEE TABLE and .2
end tables with glass, in-
serts, $40, call
321-254-1768, So. Brev.
COMMODE, LOW Pro-
file, one piece, elongated
seat, $70. 321-508-2149
So. Brevard
Computer Desk & Hutch
Side Hideaway opens to
L-shape w/ file drawer.
$175/obo.321-259-5878
COMPUTER DESK, L
shape, light wood, $20;
Cherry Curio, $20, call
321-751-3836, So: Brev.
COMPUTER MONITOR,
Hewlett-Packard, 17",
new still in box, $75, call
321-733-5994, So. Brev.
COMPUTER MONI-
TORS (2) 19" $50, 17" w/
speakers $50, computer
desk $40 321-806-9776 '
COMPUTER, COMPAQ
laptop, like new, Presario
2200, $199 firm. Call for
info. 941-323-1190
COUCHES (3) From
Non-Smoking Home, in
Good Condition. $15/ea.
321-777-2995 SatlliteBch
CRAFT TABLE, solid'
wood, 40"x60", $25;
bookcase headboard,
$25, call 321-777-5080.
CRIB Childcraft, Like
New with Mattress. $100.
321-452-6306 Merritt Isl.
CRIB, 4 in 1, attached
changing table, 3 drawers
& shelves, converts to
bed, $135. 321-728-8514
CROWN MOLDING- 3.5"
Pine, 100'. $100. Helium
Tank.$75.Microwave.$20
321-259-0848.Melbourne
DESK CHAIR on wheels
$15. Bowling Ball w/ Bag.
$15. 20 Movies-VHS, old-
ies. $1/ea.321-773-0814
DESK, EXECUTIVE of-
fice, 3'x6', 9 drawer, wal-
nut, good cond., $35.
321-728-9173 So. Brev.
DESK, SCHOOL, 1950's,
wood/metal, w/underseat
storage, $20. Please call
321-951-8304 So. Brev.
DINETTE TABLE -
Round w/ 2 chairs in very
Good Condition. $25.
321-757-9378 Melbourne
DINING ROOM Set -Oak
48" Round Table, 24" leaf
w/ 4 Solid Oak Chairs.
$200.321-254-0620 Melb


DINING ROOM Table-
Formal w/ 6 Hardback,
Upholstered Chairs. $125
obo.321-952-5772 Melb.
DIRECT TV DVR boxes,
(2), both in great shape.
Just switched cable co's.
$60/both. 321-724-2691
DISHWASHER Maytag,
Hardly Used, Very Good
Condition. $200/OBO.
321-779-0636. S. Brev.
DIVIDER SCREEN, Shoji
wood tri-fold, black en-
amel w/white fabric, $45,
call 321-242-2850.
DOLL HOUSE, new, ma-
hog., never assem., $35;
Genesis Sega video/
games $50 321-724-1483
DOORS, (3), flat, 30"x80"
$10/each. 321-676-2911
So. Brevard
Entertainment Center -
Whitewash, Glass Doors
& Matching' Bookcase.
$160.321-729-9956 Melb.
ENTERTAINMENT CTR,
fits 27" TV, good condi-
tion, '$50. 321-729-0532
So. Brevard
EXTENTION LADDER,
aluminum, 24ft, $125,
call 321-698-3856.
FREEZER: 5.0 cu ft Frig-
idaire, 1 yr old,
$95.772-664-1138. Brev.
GAME TABLE, 4-in-1,
pool, ping-pong, football,
hockey, barely used,
$100 obo, call 544-0994.
GLIDER w/ Ottoman-new
Cond., White w/ baby
blue cushions. Cost $400
Sell $150.321-757-0797
GOWNS: PROM, (3),
Mother of Bride,(3),size 6-
8-10's, $25/ea; Wedding
veil, $12. 321-951-1246
GUITAR, ESTEVAN, 6
steel string acoustic, w/
case, $125/obo. Call
321-956-1787 So. Brev.
HEAD BOARD, light
wood for double size bed,
$30, call 321-259-5213.
.HIGH CHAIR, $25; Lg
Graco Stroller, $25; Child
play yard, $30; call
321-676-5082, So. Brev.
HYPERTECH Power
Programmer: Program
1998 Vortec eng & trans.
$150 321-676-2531.
ICE MAKER, Whirlpool,
in box, never used, $45,
call 321-253-5638.
Kitchen Table, $25; 2
comp. monitors $15/ea;
Fisher Price yard play
thing $40. 321-952-2847
LASER PRINTER, HP
Laserjet 4, w/toner, good
condition, $50. Please
call 321-698-4580


LAWN MOWER, John
Qeere, self propelled, 6.5
hp, 21" deck. New $499 -
sell $200. 321-752-4901
LOVE SEAT, blue .fabric,
A1, $50; Triple dresser,
French Provincial,. mirror,
$50. 321,-724-0284
LOVESEAT- New, Love-
ly, Formal, High Back,
Tan Beige & Wine. $200.
321-253-9724 Suntree
MAG WHEELS, factory
alum. Z/28 mags from '80
-'81, 15x7, $180/obo for
all. 321-956-0894 S.Brev.
MATTRESS SET, queen,
excellent condition, $100
obo. 772-581-3864 IRC
MATTRESS/ BOX-
SPRING, king, from mod-
el home, new, $150. Call
321-751-1935 So. Brev.
MONITOR, PRINTER,
keyboard, speakers, all
for $50 obo, call
321-752-9676, So. Brev.
MOVIES, VCR 50 @ $2
ea., your choice; Frozen
pizza cooker, $15. Call
321-751-6173 So. Brev.
MOVING BOXES, 5
sizes, $1 $8 each, call
321-253-0114, So. Brev.
OFFICE FILING (2) cab-
inet, on wheels, $100
each, call 321-752-4753.
PASTA MACHINE: Nev-
er used, all attachments,
8 disks, electric, $15.
772-664-4370 Brev.
PATIO FURNITURE, 7
piece, octagonal table, 4
chairs, lounge, and otto-
man, $150,call 676-4901
PATIO SET, $100; Book-
cases, 6 ft, $35 each; 4
Windsor chairs, $60, call
321-722-0967, So. Brev.
PATIO SET, 4 chairs,
PVC 'table, $100. Please
call 321-725-6648 after 5
p.m. So. Brevard
PERSONAL TRAINER:
Elliptical, Pro-form 595E
Great Shape, $200 obo
810-706-0085 Palm Bay
PHOTOGRAPH
SCREEN, It. wood, holds
15 8x10 pictures, 3 panel,
$30. 321-727-3498
PLATE RACKS (3)-
Vertical Black Rod Iron
from Pier One. $7/each.
321-409-8094 S. Brev.
POOL PUMP, 1 1/2 hp,
new, still in box, Gator
brand, $100. Please call
321-777-2059 So. Brev.
PRINTER/FAX PHONE -
Cannon.Remote Airplane
6'.Warehouse It 240 Watt
$100/all.321-480-9671


PROFORM TREDMILL
folds upright for storage,
auto incline, digital disp.,
$ 200, call 321-253-4213.
RANGE HOOD New,
GE. $50. Child's Car
Seat in Excellent Cond.
$25.321-752-5382.Melb.
RANGE, FRIGIDAIRE,' 5
burners, black electric,
$190, call 321-725-9698.
REFRIGERATOR, ADMI-
RAL, 21.2 cu.ft, white,
exc. cond., $150. Call
321-724-2189 So. Brev.
REFRIGERATOR,
WHIRLPOOL, 3 years
new, $199. 321-733-6568
So. Brevard
SCANNER HP scanjet
5200c excellent condi-
tion, $40, call
321-773-3456, So. Brev.
SPOONS, from all over
the world, 46, some pew-
ter, some silver plated,
$75/all 321-254-1895
STAINED GLASS equip.
Call for details, 'includes
Wiz Grinder & boiler, $45
all. 321-409-8684 S.Brev.
STEAM VAC, Hoover, w/
instruction manual, spar-
ingly used, easy to use,
$75, call 321-984-0196.
STEREO, LG. Technics
w/everything, like new,
$175/obo; 13" color TV,
$20.321-777-4153
STROLLER, GRACO, dbl
inline, w/infant car seat &
base, exc. cond., $175.
321-752-7954 So. Brev.
TABLE, FARM House
distressed, 47"x31" for
kitchen, 3 chairs, $85.
321-724-0253 So. Brev.
TABLE/4 CHAIRS, coun-
try style, $125; Comp.
desk, $10; Car seat, $10.
321-777-0511 So. Brev.
TILE SAW, w/stand, used
once, exc. cond. New
$399 sell $185. Call
321-951-9541 So. Brev.
TOTAL GYM 1 year old
-Never used! $150.
321-722-2440 S. Brev.
TRAILER HITCH, 12000
Ib, swaybars and load
leveler, $160, call
321-259-5195, So. Brev.
TRAIN SET, 40 pc, bat-
tery operated w/smoke,
sound & light, $15. Call
321-768-1714 So. Brev.
TRANSMISSION 1990
Mercrusier Alpha,
in/outboard, needs seal
complete, $200,725-0000
TRUNDLE BED & wood
Headboard, 2 twin mat-
tresses included. Asking
$150.321-253-0883 SBrv


TUB & SINK: Kohler
brand, White, cast iron.
$100 321-259-8680 Melb
TUNNEL COVER, fiber-
glass, needs paint, fits 94
-01 Dodge Ram, 6': bed;
$200.321-795-5554
TURNTABLE JVC like
new, rarely used, auto
return, excellent condition
$75. 321-727-0001
TUXEDO- MEN'S 46
long, perfect condition,
.shirt, vest, cumberbun,
$100, call 321-409-0251.
TV SHARP 20" stereo
TV w/remote Great pic,
shape, great deal $35
321-676-4729 So Brev
TV, SANYO, color, 25",
excellent condition, $50.
321-727-1842 So. Brev.
TWIN BOXSPRING and
mattress, no frame, al-
most new, $75, call
321-591-7671, So. Brev.
VICTORIAN LAMPS (2),
crystal, $75; king bed in a
bag, $25; rug 5x7'3",$30,
call 321-724-1776, So. B.
WARDROBE, wood,
5'.5"Tx3'+W,$100; Sleep-
er sofa, queen, $100.
321-728-3883 So. Brev.
WASHER, KENMORE,
large capacity; heavy duty
Kenmore dryer, $75/each.
321-952-6629 So. Brev.
WASHER, MAYTAG, like
new, excellent condition,
white, $175/obo. Call
321-676-3549 So. Brev.
WASHER/ DRYER, elec-
tric, white, work perfect,
$175/both. Moving. 321-
544-4315 Eau Gallie
WEDDING DRESS size
5-6. Very Pretty. $94.
321-255-3928 Melbourne




GENERATOR Generac
Wheelhouse 5500, Brand
New, Never Run, 25' ca-
ble, 2 6-gallon gas cans.
$550. Call 321-720-1753
JCS BUILDINGS, Ga-
rage Barns, Carports,
starting $595. Galvanized
steel. 2 styles, 13 colors.
Free installation/ quote.
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Certified 10 yr warranty
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Adjustable Bed Select
Comfort, Sleep Number
Split King, Air Chamber.
with Adjustable Base,
$3200/obo.321-259-7149
See Photo of Sleep #
Bed, Ad # 70028 at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
BED, DOUBLE, Craft-
matic Electric Adjustable,
w/vibrator ea. side, $275
obo; Hitachi, 51" HD TV
w/surround sound tuner &
receiver, $600/obo. Mov-
ing! 321-544-4315 Eau
Gallie
DINETTE SET: Brand
new! Purchased in Dec-
Perfect Cond! Glass ta-
ble, 4 chairs, bakers rack,
neutral color w/plum/vine
theme in center of ea
piece. Asking $300 obo
772-388-6530
Entertainment Center -
Like new: Beige, mirror/
glass in gold trim, 8'x8',
includes 36" TV & VCR.
Cost $2300, sell $750.
321-632-3238 Rockledge
Entertainment Center -
Like new: Beige, mirror/
glass in gold trim, 8'x8',
w/ free 36" TV & VCR.
Cost $2300, sell $750/
obo.321-632-3238Rckldg
Furniture Photo at www,
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MEMORY FOAM
Thera-Peutic NASA Mat-
tress: Q-$399, K-$499,
Free Delivery. Warranty.
1-888-287-5337. 60 night
trial www.mattressdr.com
SOFA, beige & floral, like
new,$900; Dining set wal-
nut,7'china, table,6 chairs;
Double mattress, like
new, $100. 321-757-9353

TABLE/CHAIRS Ashley
Furniture: 48" Round
Table & 4 Chairs, Only 1
1/2 years Owned. $400.
321-223-3169 Indialantic
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EXMARK LAZER Z- 46"
Commercial Riding Lawn
Mower, Exc. Cond. only
42hrs use. 8mo. Warran-
ty. $5,000. 321-768-2724
SCAG, 12.5HP 36", $500;
EXMARK,17HP, 52", hy-
dro, $2000. Please call
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HANDICAP POWER
Chair W/Electric lift syst.
Cost $5200, New 2005.
Will sell for $2200 obo.
Call Vince. 772-562-6106
HAVING TROUBLE
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COSMETOLOGISTS
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CHEF,
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The Place at Merritt
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is currently looking for
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Full & Part Time
employment
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535 Crockett Blvd,
Merritt Island, FL
32953
321-454-2363

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nity for an experienced
medical transcriptionist.
This position is located
in our Administrative
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the Office Manager.
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Now Hiring:

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paid short & long term disability. C.E.U. and License reimbursement
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Pursuit Boats is seeking exceptional
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shapes from 2 dimensional concept drawings.
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Tooling Technicians
* Sprays, sands and buffs plug and mold
surfaces to mirror finish.
* Applies waxes and chemical release agents.
* Works with chemical based putties,
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* Repairs fiberglass surface of molds and parts.

All applicants must have the ability to
understand and follow written/verbal
directions and must be team oriented,
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and benefit package that includes medical,
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cational reimbursement. For consideration
apply in person: Pursuit Boats, 3901 St, Lucie
Blvd., Ft. Pierce, FL 34946. Or Fax Resume to:
772-460-4623 No agencies please. o
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avail. Ask for Frank
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Stapler/Upholstery
Worker needed for small
manufacturing company.
"Some "experience -prefer
red. Will train. PartTime /
FullTime 321-757-8678


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$10 Starter kit!
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or Email:
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Low investment,
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INDIALANTIC CANAL
FRONT 3BR/2BA, pool.
1937sf. Granite counter
tops, hardwood & tile
flooring. $624,900. Be-
linda DeMasso Re/Max
Alternative 321-960-1506
INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
3/2/2 pool home. Walk to
beach! Fireplace, double
ovens, wine cooler, & so
much more. $490,000.
Belinda DeMasso ReMax
Alternative 321-960-1506
INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
5BR/2BA/2 Car. CBS
pool home, 2227sf., open
plan.Master bath w/jetted
tub & sep shower, double
vanity. $519,900. Belinda
DeMasso Re/Max Alter-
native 321-960-1506
INDIAN RIVER DR. -
COCOA 3/2.5/2 car gar.
2 story home, FP, approx
.5 ac., Game room, deck
w/jacuzzi, Boat dock/
ramp. Priv. comm.$2600/
mo or sell $489,900, due
to transfer. Seller to pay
$10,000 in closing costs.
Ricardo 954-483-1449;
954-967-9422
MELBOURNE 3/2/2 car
gar. Eat in kitch, trussed
.porch. On lake,1390 Mor-
gan Ct. Aurora Oaks.
1940sf. $221,900. Adams
Homes 321-751-1530
MELBOURNE 3/2/2 car
garage. Eat in kitchen, on
lake. 1350 Morgan Ct.
Aurora Oaks. 1775 sf.
$204,900 Adams Homes
321-751-1530
MELBOURNE 3/2/2 car
garage. Trussed back
porch. On lake. 1410
Morgan Ct. Aurora Oaks.
2000sf. $224,900. Adams
Homes 321-751-1530

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MELBOURNE FSBO
Best Price in Live Oak
Subdivision: 3/2 split,
1785 sq ft living, Master
Suite w/ sep. Garden Tub
& Shower, LR/DR/FR,
Designer Touches, Wood
Laminate + much more,
Must See to Believe Val-
ue! $229K. 321-698-1279
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Please See Ad # 37503
Melbourne By Hwy US 1
2006 CBS 3bd/2ba/2car
All Upgraded-10yr. Warr.
Open layout *Landscape*
30'x10' Porch, 2312 sq ft
$219,900.321-432-2928
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Please See Ad # 37504
MELBOURNE, W. By
owner] Small house, 2/1,
window AC, Irg lot, dead
end st., good cond., cent.
located, $129,000. Call
321-723-1657. See
www. HometownNewsOL.
corn for photo. AD#37139
MELBOURNE- Wickham
/Post Rd; 3/2 1 car ga-
rage; newer A/C & roof;
fenced bkyd; Available
now. $149,000. Financing
possible. 321-253-3058

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* Walking distance to 3
public beaches built in
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. fireplace solar water
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TERMS: Sells REGARDLESS OF PRICE Cash to
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MERRITT ISL- 3/2/2 cg.
Lakefront home w/solar
heated pool, indoor
sauna, gas fp & open
plan. Close to beaches &
Orl airport. $319K. Call
David Beberwyk @ 321-
987-5200. Daignault Realty

MERRITT ISLAND -
Central. 2 Story 4br/2.5ba
/2 Gar Doors in Palmetto
Sub-Division. $395,000.
Belinda DeMasso ReMax
Alternative 321-960-1506
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
a safe room w/poured
concrete walls, $785,000.
Call Belinda DeMasso
ReMax Alternative
321-960-1506
MERRITT ISLAND Beau-
ty! 8050 S. Tropical Trail:
Spacious 4/3.5/2.5, Large
Kitchen, Dock + Much
More. Must see to be-
lieveL Call 321-795-1508

MOTIVATED!!
GRANT-Peaceful Country
Living.1+ac., custom CBS
3/2/2, pool, 3215 tsf, '05,
huge mstr, custom kitch.,
12' pocket sliders to Ig.
screen porch, $439,900.
321-431-0031. See www.
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for HD slideshow.


NEW HOMES from the
140's (plus lot). Special-
ized in first time home-
buyers. As low as 3%
dwn, no closing costs.,
4.5% spcl 866-403-7702
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ORMOND BEACH -
Must Sell. Nicest
3br/2ba, pool, lake, pre-
mium lot home in presti-
gious Hunter's Ridge.
Reduced 64K to
$379,500. 386-673-7623

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Ormond Beach 7 miles
to Daytona! Twin River
Estates 4/2.5 solar htd
pool home on 1/3 acre.
Conv loc, 1st fir has new
cer tile. Upstairs has car-
pet. Fncd yd. Eat in kitch-
en, formal DR&LR, famn
rm w/ fireplace. Front
porch has wrought iron
rail. Much much more!!
Call JOHN 386 673 6535
eves. or 386 852 5646
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ORMOND BEACH-
FSBO. New cons. gated
comm. 3br/2.5ba, Tile
roof, paver driveway
w/courtyard. 10' ceilings.
Granite counter tops,
$599K. 386-527-9876
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PALM BAY Lockmar
Estates 3/2/1 on .43
acres. Quiet neighbor-
hood. Large Fenced back
yard. Reduced to
$149,775 OBO. Call Re-
na 772-812-1229
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PALM BAY NE BRICK
BEAUTY: 3/2/2, city wa-
ter, vaulted ceilings, like
new carpet/fresh paint, 2
porches, huge mango
trees w/ fruit. Fin. Avail.
$176K. offers considered
321-733-7120/794-5962.
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PALM BAY New 3/2/2
homes from the $140's.
Some ready to close on
now. 321-724-0533
www.Maronda.com
PALM BAY NW, Built '93.
3 BR/2 BA/2 car garage,
new roof, 1352sf, huge
screened porch, quiet
cul-de-sac, $169,900.
321-368-6558


TERRIFIC
PALM BAY SE- Our
loss, your gain! Amazing,
large, bright. Never lived
in! 3/2/2, $199,000.
321-508-8666
PALM BAY SW 3/2/2cg
aprox. 1100sf under air.
Brand new water softner,
appl's, & A/C. New 3D
roof '04. Lrg back porch,
$152K. 321-952-5875
PALM BAY'S NEWEST
Gated community w/
comm. pool. Parkside
West Homes from the
$170's. 321-768-7676
www.Maronda.com
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 -
Spruce Creek Fly-In.
Lovely 2BD/2BA, 2-CG,
Wooded lot on golf
course. Master suite,
Dressing room, Fam. rm.,
Screen porch. New paint.
By Owner. No Brokers.
$274,000. 386-760-2104
PORT ST LUCIE 2/1
Morningside area, quite
. cul-de-sac. Totally reno-
vated. Central location.
Asking $138k Financing
Avail. MLS#R2781243
772-528-6270
Owner/Agent
PORT ST LUCIE, 3/2/1,
wood/ tile firs, scrn pool,
corner lot. Nice location.
5 min to SLW, conv to
195, & schools. $195,000.
Incl. appl. 772-380-3610

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iwu-ituiy .i- r-im. bay b55+ ZB, 1BA condo on GolT
Townhouse 2 Bdrms upstairs Course Taslefully Renovated lea-
winew carpet. Dalh widouble sinks during NEW Carpet. Pain! Storm
8 Dalcones off each born Living Shunurs and Windows. Electrical
rm Dining rm hall baln & kitchen and PlumDing Bathroom and
tiled, sliding doors to courtyard, Kit.,hen Cabinerlry Smooth Top
perfect for BBOs Getting new Range and Micrc.wave A must
upgraded roof' Walk to nMe lake' seeg


LowesI Priced Custom Built Home
in Lake Washington area that fea-
tures 3 Bdrms 3 Baths formal liv-
ing rm, family rm & office, w/over
2600 sqh. o,,erxizedl 2 car garage
on over 1 acre lot $5,000 towards
buyers' closing costs & prepaidcsl


Charming 4Bdrn. 2 Ba. manufac
tured- home w/1.184 Living Sqft ,
featuring Old Chicago Brick facing *o
Wv/wood siding Formal Dining rm.
Formal Living rm, Built-in Features.
Walk-in Closet, spacious kitchen
w'ilotl, of cabinetry, 2 A/C units
(1 & 1 5 years oldi Not a drive byl


PORT ST. JOHN 3/2/1,
CB, 2400sf total, Lg. LR/
DR/FR, Fireplace, Eat-In
Kit., Porch, Wood & Tile
floors, hurricane shutters,
New Roof/AC,sprnkIr sys/
well.$189k.321-626-3277
Photos of Home at www.
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Please See Ad # 35367

PRICED TO SELL!
West Melbourne Lake-
front, 4/2.5/2, 2223 Living
sq', 3281 total, Ig. custom
Kit., 2 pantries, 30'x10'
porch, big playground!!!
$314,900. 321-728-0036
See HD Slideshow of
Home Ad # 36754 www.
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WOW
SATELLITE Bch Exec
32ft Master with jacuzzi
3Br + office, 2400 LVSF
FP, Swim Spa, $409,000
Debra Stone 321-432-1557



TITUSVILLE 3405 Wil-
lis Ave $170k. Seller pays
all closing costs. 3/2/2,
1528 sq ft, CBS, great
location .just north of
Lowes. 321-591-6924 or
MerrittlslandMay@aol.cdm
TITUSVILLE FSBO 3
bedroom, 2 bath on
Large Fenced Lot. New
Paint & Carpet. Easy
Walk to Malls. $149,000
Call 321-267-6501
TITUSVILLE New to
Market: Windover Area,
3/2/2, CB; 1/2 acre lot,
Move-In Ready, Curb ap-
peal' in Upscale Area!
$249,000. 321-383-3360
Photos of Home at www.
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Please See Ad # 37136

TITUSVILLE BEST BUY
new 4/2 split,1636 sf, 75'x
120', 5 apple's, sprinkler on
well, ceiling fans, window
coverings,near US1 & 50.
$179,900. 321-269-0912
See photo online at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#37140

VERO BEACH 2br/ 2ba
completely remodeled
home. Updated tile &
wood flooring. $153,900
Call Chad Smalley,
Real;ty King Inc.
772-589-3054 / Cell
772-633-4988


TRADE IN your old home
for a new home to be
built. Price frm 140's-300,
Special rates to qualified
buyers. Call Craftsment
Builders 866-403-7702
VERO BEACH: 2/2, Irg
eat in kitchen w/ upgrade
appls & cherry faced
cabinets. Scrnd in porch,
w/lrg fenced lot. Cnty wtr.
$159,000 772-569-5280.
See HD slideshow @
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AD#37144

WEST MELBOURNE -
Gated community. Now
selling Pre-Construction
pricing. Crystal Lakes
321-727-3335
www.Maronda.com




A great deal low HOA
$61 pm, 2/2.5/1 Central
M.I. Townhouse
$189,900 Call Gail VKR
3 2 1 5 0 1 -4067
www.gailhomesales.com

OPEN HOUSE
ORMOND BEACH -
SAT & SUN 1-4pm 92
Old Barn Trail, So. Forty.
Large 2-3BR/2BA, 2-CG,
Fireplace, Encl. porch,
upgraded GE SS appls.
FSBO 386-506-7722,
386-341-4407
SUNTREE 197 Augusta
Way: Direct Golf Course,
2/2, CBS, skylights, vault-
ed Ceilings, Open Plan,
Jogging Trail + upgrades!
$179,900 321-446-2081
Photos of Home at www.
Hometown NewsOL.com
Please See Ad # 37846
TITUSVILLE, BY OWN-
ER! 2/1, renovated, no
assn. fee, close to
church, schools, shop-
ping. $93,000. By appt.
only. 321-360-8411
VERO BEACH Trillium
New TH on lake, 1864sf,
2br/2.5ba/2cg, den + loft
master 1st/fir. Asking
$217.500. MLS 48947
O w ner/Agent
561-267-5389



INDIALANTIC DUPLEX,
1 blk to beach, comply. re-
modeled,walking dis-
tance to restaurants.
Units can be sold indi-
vidually, $430,000.
321-961-1559

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DESOTO CO. Arcadia
Area. 5ac lots on black
top rd. $140K. Also 80ac.
$1.6 million. Owner Fin.
www.landcalinow.com
941-778-7565 / 778-7980

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

HUTCHINSON ISLAND
Rare single family lot
with private oceanfront
gazebo. Sold for $248K
Must sell this weekend.
$129K 772-528-4137

N. MERRITT ISL-Brevard
Co. near Kennedy Space
Cir. Beautiful acre treed.
$250,000. Poss. owner
financing. 321-632-9241

New York
Abandoned Farm
6-Acres-$19,900
Great deal on quality land
priced way below market!
Meadows, woods awe-
some views! Near Coop-
erstown & major lakes!
Ideal Country homesite!
Motivated owner will fi-
nance! HURRY!
877-805-5263

PALM BAY, 20 lots to
choose from. From
$29,000. Financing Avail-
able. Build to suit.
561-441-5493

PALM BAY: Unit #49,
Lots 11 and 12, $50,000
each. Seller pays all
closing cost. Please
leave msg for Daniel or
Carol. 772-879-6623


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PORT ST LUCIE
14Acres in town
GENTLEMENS FARM
Zoned 6 units to an acre.
Horses ok. $499,000
772-528-4137
PORT ST. LUCIE:
FSBO, 1/2 Acre Lot. Loc.
on Driftwood St. In a
neighborhood of Estate
lots. Mature Palm & Oak
trees. $85,000 BEST
Offer. Call 715-651-1328


Spectacular Pool Home
Spacious 3 bdrm 2 bath,2 car
garage with ceramic tiled floors,
island kitchen, pool and spa
located in NE Palm Bay near
schools, shopping, 195
and Harris. t .

Robert Beat Multi-Million Dollar Producer

795-0501 REALTOR

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CONTACT: Stephen Ridge
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1800 W. Hibiscus Blvd., Ste. 112
Melbourne, FL 32901


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SCOTTSMOOR, (4) lots,
Huntington Ave. $85,000
for all 4 or best offer; (2)
lots, $42,500 for both or
best offer. Call Larry
321-773-5148
Sebastian/Vero Boaters
build your dream home
on this cleared lot. Ap-
prox 80x150 w/dock&
ocean access. Near IR
malls/ schools. E of US1
$269,000 954-649-6288
TENNESSEE 20 acres.
Mountain & lake view.
25mi E of Knoxville. 3 mi
off exit 421 & I 40.
Development approved
16 1+ acre lots. Asking
$625,000. 561-255-3852
tennesseepropertyonline.
com for pictures & info.
TENNESSEE 48 acres
wooded 4-miles from 165
& Town 50/mi south of
Nashville, several house
sites 1 w/septic system.
$115.00 Will divide.
931-993-9377
VERO BEACH: 80 X 105
Water, sewer, cleared in
area of new homes. Walk
to Highland Elem
$49,900 Some financing
by owner 772-468-2250




PORT ORANGE- FSBO.
Crane Lakes. Gated, 18
hole golf course, tennis &
more. 2bdrm/2ba, w/lg.
retreat overlooking view
of lake and the beautiful
island green. Porch with
adjustable windows to
view the Fl sunsets. Eat
in kitchen, Full din. rm.
Like new. 2 1/2 yrs. old.
Must see. Call for appt.
386-763-5656. Or visit
Wed, Th, Fri. 5607 Bald
Eagle Dr. No RE taxes.
Must sell, price reduced
to $160,000.



CAPE CANAVERAL-
55+ Park, Double Wide
Mobile, completely fur-
nished & equipped, great
location!!! 321-783-5128
COCOA FSBO: 3/2 on
own Lot,. 20'x12' FL RM,
Alum. roof, carport, work-
shop, very good cond.
$117,900 or Lease Op-
tion Avail. 321-504-9685
COCOA Maplewood Vil-
lage, 2bd/2ba, 2004 dou-
blewide, LR/DR, FL
room, shed, patio, scrnd
porch, all appliances.,.
$65,000.321 ]-63,; ) ,)
FORT PIERCE: Spanish
Lakes Fairways, 55+
comm. With free golf,
X-lrg doublewide, fully
furnished, excellent cond.
2br/2ba, many upgrades;
large open concept
living/dining room, family
room and kitchen;
hardwood & broadloom;
5 appi kitchen; solid oak
cabinets & skylight; W/D,
spacious bedrooms,
carport, sunroom, central
A/C; large patio & shed.
772-460-7846

TERRIFIC
HOBE SOUND 55+ ac-
tive adult community.
Cambridge. '95 Homes of
Meritt, 2/2+den. Furnish-
ed, own land, carport,
shed. Asking $129,900k
with lease option. Pet
friendly. 772-546-6062
772-233-9720
JUPITER FARMS Must
be moved! 12X60
2br/2ba, new w/d &
stove, new a/c, plumbing,
temporary pole incl.,
$3,200.561-743-3732

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LAKES OF Melbourne
1991 Fleetwood, 24x54, 2
BR/2 BA, W/D, dishwash-
er, screened porch, tile
throughout, $25,000. Call
321-525-1280

MELBOURNE LAKES
of Melbourne, 2 BR/ 2
BA, large family room;
completely furnished,
screened porch & patio.
$65,000. 321-768-0523

Melbourne Beach, Lei-
sure Living Estates
across street from beach.
Own lot & manf. home,
hot tub, golf, $110,000 or
Lease opt. 321-544-7424

MELBOURNE, W. 2/2
dblwide, Ig. rooms & den,
walk-in closets, scrn pa-
tio, store sprinkler sys.,
exc. cond., all new apple's,
great location,clubhouse,
pool, gazebo. Must see!
Too much to list! $39,900
neg. Make offer. Mort-
gage poss. 321-373-4432
MICCO 2bd/1.5ba in
55+ park w/ pool, fully
furnished, 870 sq ft, AC,
cable TV, carport + more.
Available on 3/29! Only
$9500/obo.772-664-9049

MICCO River Grove Vil-
lage, 55+ Park, 2/2, Car-
port, fully furnished, May-
tag Appliances, Clean &
smoke free, scrnd porch -
Move-in ready! $18K/obo
321-632-7733/960-5246

MICCO: 55+ Park new
rec. Hall, Big pool, free
water & garbage p/up
2br/2ba, fully furn. appis
W/D, 3 storage sheds,
Vinyl roof. Brand New fla
rm. $18,000 Call for
.details.904-814-7508;
904-692-2600

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MICCO-1692 sf under air:
like new 2/2 w/famrn rm +
indr florida rm + scrn rm;
xlg76x125 deeded lot/golf
resort comm. + $122,500
772-663-1388/c:453-9017
MICCO: Doublewide in
Barefoot Bay, own your
own land, no lot rent,
owner financing, golf,
tennis, & pools.
772-913-2400; 913-1059
MIMS, NORTH, Pine-
wood Village, 2 BR/2 BA,
central heat/air, Fl. room
& open porch, storage, lot
rent $238/mo. Asking
$20,900. 321-385-3497 or
321-863-3757
PORT ORANGE -
Crane Lakes. 1500+sf,
10x26 screen porch.'
Water/golf course view.
3br/2ba. $137,000.
386-322-2238
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
TITUSVILLE, BEAUTI-
FUL like new, comply.
remodeled in/out, 2 BR/2
BA. Located in beautiful
mobile home park! For
sale owner financing.
Call Ken 914-649-7105
VERO BEACH Wood
Lawn Manor. Beautiful
'96 single wide 2/2. Cen-
tral air & heat, new car-
peting, some furn. One
owner, Non-smokers,
W/D, Shed, screen porch
& car-port $28,000
772-569-5159


Palm Bay
Office Space w/Reception area &
Conference Room Starting at
Vacant Land
Melbourne .96 Multi 6/A city h20/sewer
Malabar 1.25 Babcock OIC
Valkaria
1.33 Acres
10.57 Acres
5 Acres Tree Farm w/home
20 Acres w/home
30.68 Acres
Tropical Nursery Business w 4/3.5 home
Executive Homes (2)
Grant Cyoress Creek
3/2 w pool 1+Acre
3/3 w fireplace 1+Acre
Downtown Melbourne
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wildlife, great investment
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O w ner/A g ent
706-273-6938
GEORGIA LAND 165ac
SE of Atlanta Great
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development. Wooded,
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frontage. Elec & Phone.
$6800 per acre. Nikki
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Oconee. nikkimckinley.com
1-478-719-4335 or
1-706-485-5700
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Atlanta. $12K/acre. A.
Rauzin 1-305-968-7505
By owner.
GEORGIA SE
EMANUEL CO.
2-5 acre wooded lots.
Site build only. Horses
welcome. Paved roads.
1-16 US1. Payments as
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taxes. 912-585-2174
GEORGIA, 1000+ft.
frontage on creek with
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KENTUCKY 100 acres,
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KENTUCKY LAND
26 acres. Beautiful spring
fed lake, building site.
Great fishing, deer &
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1 Acre $500/down,
$105/month.
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Home site or investment.
Financing avail. $59,000
ea. Owner/Broker Daniel
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1-800-805-7566
LAKE MARION S.C. 2
acres, excellent build-
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NC MOUNTAINS
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NO CAROLINA Lake
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frontage in Bear Paw 2.9
acres. Magnificent views
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NO GEORGIA Mountains
Dahloneta. In Georgia
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library, custom built low
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.8AC. Hardwood, tile,
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kitchen tops, appliances.
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lower level w/wet, bar.
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TENNESSEE Mountains
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Double wide trailer 3/2
Front & rear porch both
wheelchair accessible
Detached 2 room garage
w/loft lived in 2 years.
1-1/4 acre No zoning
$79,900. By Owner
772-461-9694
772-595-3052 View at
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BMW 3251 1994, Bur-
gundy, 4 door, Leather,
Automatic, CD, 110k mi.
Looks Good, Runs Great.
$5000/obo.321-373-5315
Photo of BMW at www.
Hometown NewsOL.com
Please See Ad # 20509

CHEVY MONTE CARLO
1985, Gold, All Original,
Cold AC, in Good Condi-
tion! $2500 or Best Offer.
321-956-1905 Melb. Bch.

CHRYSLER 2005: Town
Country, STO plus go,
28K mi., Unused, Trailer
Pkg, Sirius radio.
$14,900.772-770-4195

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FORD T-BIRD 1997, 2
Door Coupe LX White,
Automatic, AM/FM/CD,
73k mi. $2700. 321-373-
1473/591-1877/604-2687

FORD TAURUS Wagon
1998, Light Blue, 4 dr.
Full Power, AC, V6 En-
gine Needs Some Work.
$1400/obo.321-961-1639

HONDA ACCORD LX,
'98, black, 2 door coupe,
V6 auto, ice cold
AC,garaged, adult
owned, $6900.
321-637-1032

HONDA CIVIC: '84,
Engine rebuilt '95, 160K
mi., Maint., good cond.
Looking for good home.
$800. 772-563-9340

HONDA SABER -2000,
only 4442 miles, in excel-
lent condition. Must Sell!
$5,000.321-302-0531

MERCEDES 190E: 1986
2.3L auto, black on grey.
Great shape in & out,
rides very smooth. Needs
motor 170K mi $400 obo
Anytime 772-532-1666

MERCURY COUGAR -
1992, Maroon, 2 dr, V-6,
Auto Trans., Needs Paint
Drives Good. 150k miles
$750/obo. 321-729-8037


APARTMENTS FOR
RENT. Palm Bay
$695/mo or Cocoa Beach
$800/mo.,2BR, 1BA $500
Sec. Call 321-604-7535

CAPE CANAVERAL,
seasonal or long term,
1/1 light & bright, quiet,
laundry, pool, central air.
$795/mo 321-254-8002
321-427-9833 days, furn.

CAPE CANAVERAL,
seasonal or long term,
1/1 light & bright, quiet,
laundry, pool, central air.
$795/mo 321-254-8002
321-427-9833 days, furn.

GRANT- The Best
Country Living. 1200 sq ft
apt. +50 neighborhood.
$750/mo includes elec-
tricity. Plus W/D. 1st &
Security. Small pets Ok.
321-720-2261

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. $1100/ mo.
Encl. balcony. W/D incl.
Furnished/Unfurnished.
Clubhouse, tennis, exer-
cise room, pool, bingo
321-727-3866; 298-2111

INDIALANTIC BEACH,
Direct Ocean !! Furn 1/1,
2nd Fl w/ balcony, pool.
Util incl. Avail 5/1 for 7mo
$1500mo. 229-291-8414

INDIAN HARBOR BCH,
(2), 2/1.5, partially furnish-
ed, pool, tennis, walk to
beach, utilities incl., 1@
$1200/mo.;1@$1000/mo.
short term. 321-750-8154

Melbourne Bch-Furn. 1
br/lba, full Kitchen, Basic
Elec., DSL, Water, King
Bed & Sofa Bed. 1-3mo.
$1199mo.4-8mo.$999mo
avail. 5/16. 321-725-8392.

MELBOURNE, Down-
town, Beautiful 1 BR w/
loft. Private Porch, Park-
ing, walk to shops/ res-
taurants. $700-750 range
321-242-5707

Palm Bay Condo, 2BR
2BA all appliances incl.
W/D $750/month in-
cludes water/cable. No
pets. 321-779-4376

PALM BAY NW Large
furnished efficiency
apartment. Private bath,
entrance in yard. Brand
new. $650/ mo incis all.
321-549-4421


Mercury Grand Marquis,
'87, white, 4 dr, V8, 6 way
seats, full power, 1 owner,
exc. cond., 105K miles,
$2500/obo.321-253-3342
NISSAN 200SX SE:
1996, 5spd, power every-
thing! Black. on black/
grey, good car for motor
swap 210K mi $400 obo
Anytime 772-532-1666
OLDSMOBILE Cutlass
Sierra 1993-- Baby Blue,
4 door, CD, Clean, AC,
Runs good. $900.
305-924-7663. PalmBay
SOLD! "I Sold my Cor-
vette through the Home-
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promotion. I got a great
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TOYOTA AVALON '98,
White, cd/am/fm, cold air,
Runs Great, Auto, New
Mich. Tires, well maintnd.
$5600/obo.321-632-9190




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Call with needs.
321-258-9803







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RENT NOW
ROCKLEDGE: Brand
new, vacant. 3br/2.5/lcg,
Loft, carpeted through
out window treatment &
appl's, includes water &
lawn maint. $1400/mo.
800-571-5626
SATELLITE BCH, Direct
oceanfront condos, 7th fl,
awesome views from all
balconies. Furhished,
cable. From $1095
monthly. Immediate
Rental. 248-217-6534
SEBASTIAN Furnished
1 bdrm Cottage includes
utilities, cable, & W/D in a
great location. No depos-
it. From $225/wk, 11330
US 1 772-321-3202
SEBASTIAN 2/2 with
amenities (clubhouse,
pool, tennis) $950/mo +
F/L/S 772-538-0031
TITUSVILLE: 2 Story
Condo, 2 /1-1/2, 1150 sq
ft, golf course view, new
A/C, immaculate carpet &
paint, walk to Publix's,
nice pool, no pets
$700/mo 321-298-7757
VERO BEACH Miracle
Mile Area. Large lbr/lba
walk to shopping mall.
No pets/smoking. Lease
FLS & credit check $600/
mo. 772-321-6361
VERO BEACH Vista
Gardens 2-br/2-ba 55+
Overlooks lake on golf
course. Furnished or
unfurnished. Perfect cond
$139500. 772-713-3910
VERO BEACH: Vista
Gardens. Available now
1/1 55+ $685/mo. Fully
furnished. 772-559-5136
VIERA Desirable Lakes
at Viera East 2/2 end
unit. Clean,ready to move
in. Nice pool, clubhouse.
$900mo, Basic cable incl.
Call Bonita 321-432-3390





WATERFRONT LIVING
PALM COAST Brand
new 2br/2ba condo.
Steps from pool, walking
paths, canoes & more.
Avail. April 1st.
$1375/mo. 386-527-2297



Fort Pierce: Indian Riv-
er Estates 2/2/1 Lg
fenced bk yd w/scrn
porch, tile thru out, refs
req. $950/mo. + Sec
$950. Call 772-461-6077


2004 VICTORY Touring
Cruiser-Black, Full Dress,
2k orig. mi., New Stage 1
Exhaust, In New Condi-
tion. $9800.321-722-1401
Photo of. Bike at www.
Hometown NewsOL.com
Please See Ad # 20502

GSXR 1000, 2005, runs
great, many extras!
$8000. 321-258-9803

Harley Davidson- 1200
custom Sportster, 2004,
only 900 miles, two tone
black/gold. Must be seen!
$8000. 321-773-7883

HARLEY DAVIDSON:
'02, 1200 Sportster, cus-
tom ride. White pearl w
red lettering. 8000 easy
miles $7,500' neg. Call
321-917-6406

HONDA SABRE Cruiser-
2002, Exc. Cond., Runs
Great! 16k miles, Dealer
maintained. Corbin seat,
Vance & Hines pipes.
Never Damaged- Ridden
w/ Care by Mature Adult.
$4500.321-868-0809 Coc
Bch. See Ad # 20506 for
Photo of Honda at www.
HometownNewsOL.com

HONDA SHADOW 750
Aero, '07, 26 actual miles,
black, showroom cond.,
transferable ext. warranty,
$5900. Call 321-752-3950

KAWASAKI 2006 Ninja
ZX636RR, 1536 mi., 5 yr.
Ext. + 3 yr. Maint. War-
ranties (never dropped!).
$7K/obo. 321-431-9722

KX 250, 1991, runs good,
$750. 321-258-9803

SUZUKI BURGMAN 650
scooter, '06, 800 miles,. 2
helmets. New $8500 will
take $6950. Please call
321-727-2135

TREASURE COAST
Honda Kawasaki We
take Trade-ins, Consign-
ments & we buy Motorcy-
cles Hurry In! Blow Out
Prices on ATV's VTX
1300's & Jet Skis. We
match or beat anyone's
price. 3804 S. US 1, Ft.
Pierce 772-464-6385

YAMAHA WR426, 2001,
$2200 or will trade for
truck. 321-258-9803


INDIALANTIC 5BR/3BA
Pool Home 2200sf.
Nicely maintained home
in great neighborhood. 1
block from beach.
$1800/mo. Intracostal
Property 321-255-1661
BAYTREE, Beautiful
Home, 3/3/3, spa, great
for entertaining A+
schools, Lake View. For
Details 321-427-9833
JENSEN BEACH 55+
1/1, fully furnished cot-
tage. Walking distance to
downtown. $600/mo. .+
F/L/S. Please call
772-785-7001.
MELBOURNE 3br/2ba
w/pool! (svc incl.) Pet ok
w/apprvl. Bowe Gardens
Subdivision. $1000/mo.
1857 Jackson Ave. Call
Bonita 321-432-3390
MELBOURNE WEST
Mobile home 2 BR/1.5 BA
$750/mo. W/lawn care.
Furniture optional. Across
from Sam's Club on Hwy.
192. 321-431-9591
MELBOURNE, W., 3/2,
priv.fence,lg. rooms, cent.
AC, new kitchen appl's.,
lovely neighborhood,$725
mo. + util's: Dep. req'd.
Avail. 4/15. 973-767-6350
MELBOURNE- 3BR/2BA
Fenced yard, newly
remodeled. Near Sarno
Plaza. $950/mo + Last &
'Security. No pets. Call
321-254-2361; 482-1579
ORMOND BEACH:
HaliFax river home,
Fantastic sunsets,
2br/2ba, Fam. rm, swim
pool, Dock w/lift, fully furn,
Term of lease neg.
1500/mo, + $1500 dep.
ref required. Call owner
386-441-7058;
540-894-7744
PALM BAY NEW! Be
the First Occupant of a
Beautiful 3/2/2 in Great
Area. $950/month + Utilit-
ies & 1 month Security.
Call Carol 321-724-8876
PALM BAY NO DE-
CEMBER RENT 3/1
$800 mo. $800 dep. 2871
NE Morris. Avail NOW!
321-591-6924 or
MerrittlslandMay@aol.com
PALM BAY NO DE-
CEMBER RENT! 3/2
$1300 mo. $1300 dep
940 NE Fairhaven. Avail
NOW! 321-591-6924 or
MerrittlslandMay@aol.com
PALM BAY ALL AREAS
2, 3, & 4br's. TH's,
homes, duplexes.Start @
$660/mo up to $1300/mo.
Avail NOW! Woodlake
Realty, inc. 321-723-8700


YAMAHA, 2006, Mid
Night Worrier, .all black,
Vance & Hines pipe, w/
power pack, 8500 miles,
$9000. 321-298-2438




21' FIBERGLASS (no
leaks)Class B, -1989,69K,
good on gas, new tires
/batteries, recent brake
job/trans./diff. serves. tint-
ed, tow pkg., sleeps 4,
seats 9 w/ seat belts..
Was $10.9K now $9.9K.
Call Jim 321-253-4068
28' TRAVELCRAFT,
Class C, fully self con-
tained, new tires, $5700
or trade, for towable vehi-
cle/ Jeep. 321-514-1620
33' SEABREEZE Deluxe
Upgraded '97, Ready to
go!! 35K mi, new tires,
all appl's, glass shower.
Al cond! $29,500
772-388-9321
34' BARTH: '98 diesel
pusher, Loaded, Extra
storage, Excellent cond.
60K miles. $48K
772-299-7183.
COACHMEN 5TH wheel,
Spirit of America,sleeps 8
triple bunk, slide out,
ducted roof AC, in-floor
heating, large fridge, awn-
ings, $22,900. Please call
321-635-8232
COLEMAN POP-UP,
1990, sleeps 6, excellent
condition, $1400 or best
offer. Call 321-752-0532
or 321-961-4532
LARGEST RV SALES
Event of the year. Palm
Beach Mall, 1-95, Exit
Palm Beach Lakes Blvd.
March 29th to April 7th.
Nations #1 Selling RV's.
MALLARD SPRINTER,
'88, 33', Class A M/H,
44K mi., new tires, 6.5kw
gen., V8 gas, very clean,
$7500. 321-953-3296
REXHALL AIRBUS, '99,
36', Ford V10, 2 slides,
sleeps 6, Generac gener-
ator, 30K mi., $43,000
obo. 321-728-3969
WINNEBAGO -'89, 25ft,
40K mi., AC/Heat, Gener-
ator & All Appls., w/ Tow
Car: 4WD GEO Tracker.
$13,900 321-773-7290
RV/SUV Photo at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
Please see Ad # 19991


MELBOURNE, Eau Gal-
lie area, 3BR 1BA, 1400
sqft., $875mo. Huge yard
fenced in. Great location
321-752-8813
PALM BAY NE 3/2/1
Desirable nghbrhd, close
to everything. Fenced
yard. Lg enclosed Florida
room. $950/mo includes
lawn care. 321-253-9166
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, 2/1, new tile
floors, stove, BA remod-
eled, freshly painted, slid-
ers to patio, Ig. yard, near
stores/195. $725/mo. 727-
539-0186 / 781-775-5236
PORT ST LUCIE 3/2/2
Rent or Rent to Own
$1295/mo. No deposit, or
Buy for $249K. Seller
pays closing costs
561-601-3526
PORT ST. LUCIE:
Lovely 3br poss 4th, 2ba,
close to shopping, Any
credit. Rent purch Opt.
ClubMed. From $1100/m
954-678-7543;
866-659-5841 EXT 1032
PORT ST. LUCIE: South
Bend backs to preserve
4/2/2 tile, fenced. Pets
negotiable. $1475/mo.
Lease option term neg.
352-484-8297
ROCKLEDGE Charm-
ing 2 Story 3/2, Screen
Porch, 1 year Lease,
$900 a month + Deposit,
No Pets. Near Downtown
Cocoa.Call 321-636-5891
SEBASTIAN Rent to
own. Sandridge Estates
starting at $950 per
month. To qualified per-
son. Call for details John
King @ Realty King, Inc.
772-589-3054
SEBASTIAN: 1200
George St. 2/2/1 house
for rent, corner lot. Nice
neighborhood. $800/mo.
1st & security. Please
call. 772-473-9392
SEBASTIAN: Custom
built stone home. 3/2/1,
w/fireplace, scr porch, tile
floors, verticals, pet ok.
$900/mo. 772-299-0066,
772-532-5722


RENTNOW
SEBASTIAN: Waterfront
3br/2ba/2cg, Brand new
vacant on lake 2400sf.,
Top of the line appl's,
plush carpet, $1400/mo.
Call 800-571-5626.


WINNEBAGO DIESEL
Pusher, Spotless, Nicely
Decorated! 1999, 3' slide,
Queen, New Tires/Battrs.
Only 26k mi. $57,000/obo
321-537-3866/501-4012

Winnebago Adventurer-
1997, 34 ft, New Awning
& Tires, 1 Slider, 2 ACs,
Queen Bed, 30k mi., Exc.
Cond. w/ Cover. Illness
Sale.$39K. 561-602-7114
See RV Photos at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
Please See Ad # 20263

Winnebago Warrior '91-
Class A, 30 ft, Generator,
AC, Cable TV, Micro-
wave + many extras!
Nice Cond. Road Ready,
$11,900 321-501-5418
Photo of RV Available,
See AD # 20001 at www.
HometownNewsOL.com




DODGE: Durango R/T
SUV-AWD '03, loaded
60K miles, just reduced
to: $13,400. Or Best
Offer. 720-937-8011 See
photos @
www.homettownnewsol.c
om. Ad#20002

FORD EXPLORER Limit-
ed Ed., '98, AM/FM, 6 CD
changer, sunroof, leather
interior, power everything,
$7000/obo. 321-728-2811
See photo online at www.
HometownNewsOL.com

ISUZU RODEO, '96,
4WD, auto, V6, power
windows,CD/cass., needs
work, $899. Call for more
information 321-722-9829

TOYOTA SEQUOIA
2002 Limited, leather &
all options. 1 owner,
excellent condition.
Garage kept. $18,995.
321-373-1568




CHEVY 2500 '03, Auto-
matic, Heavy duty, towing
Package, 4x4, Loaded in
Exc. Cond. $16,250/OBO
321-951-9318/482-28.46

CHEVY LUMINA APV,
'90, runs great, engine re-
built @70K mi., seats 7
w/5 removable seats, ex-
tras, $950. 321-868-1938


VERO BEACH Brand
New Lakefront Home
Gated Comm Waterway
Village 3/2+den/office
Oakmont model Imm
Occupancy $1350/mo
561-371-8144
VIERA, 3BR 2BA, 2 Car
Garage. Split Plan. Great
cul-de-sac. Lakefront,
community pool. 1300
month. $100 off rent if
paid by the 1st. Available
4/20 321-638-1213,
321-302-5107
VIERA: Hammock trace,
1800sf, 3/2/2. Clean,
conv to shopping, comm.
pool, waterfront, office,
formal dining, Jacuzzi.
$1150/mo + dep. 8041
Bracken Lane. Avail.
April 1st. 972-722-9044;
214-802-8480;
321-433-1690




INDIAN HARBOUR Bch
Villa-2BR/2BA/2 Car Gar,
W/D, sunroom, backyard,
pool, lawn service, non-
smoking, no pets,
$975/mo. 321-254-7786
MELBOURNE BEACH
3BR/2BA/1car, Fl. room &
patio. All amenities. Steps
from the beach. Mint con-
dition. First & Security.
954-554-1221
ROCKLEDGE Spectac-
ular Intra-coastal water-
view. Gated comm., very
large 2/2.5/1, completely
remodeled. Like new
w/neutral colors, htd.
pool, tennis & boat dock.
Rent $1,150/mo. for
sale/lease option $249K.
Enzo Lombardi, National
Realty 321-298-7757
SUNTREE 2/2.5 Town
home in Gated comm.
Built in '03. Pool & lake
view. Close to 1-95.
$950/mo.' + Security.
Pets Ok. 321-544-2805
VERO BCH Rent with
option-to buy. $12k down.
Brand New townhome w/
lakeview. 3/3/1 Open
weekends. Call for ad-
dress. 888-412-9177 See
ad #15116 for photo at
www.HometownNewsOL.com

VERO BEACH: 3/2.5 TH
Granite counters, fridge,
GAS stove, DW, WD,
patio, plenty storage,
lakes, pool, golf course, a
huge open field for recre-
ation, polo grounds. Lo-
cated btwn 95 & dwntwn
Vero, right off 60, near
many conv. Cable &
broadband ready $1150/
Call Sal 973-930-2680


DODGE DAKOTA 1995
Green, Auto, 4x2, A/C,
AM/FM, 2 dr., Bedliner,
88k miles Runs Good.
$2300/obo.321-727-9438

DODGE DAKOTA pick
up, '88, auto, alarm, bed-
liner, CD player, tint,
looks & runs great, $1900
obo. 321-698-4557

DODGE MARK III Van -
'99, 4 Captain Chairs,
Rear Seat/Bed, A/C, full
power, Exc. Cond. 112k
mi. $7500.321-720-1753
Photos of Van at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
Please See Ad # 20504

FORD F150 XLT loaded,
'04,5.4V8, 4WD,79K,multi
CD, loaded, tow pkg, 2-
tone paint, non smoker,
$16,900. 321-288-6751
See photo online at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#19997

FORD RANGER XLT '93,
Green, 5 speed, AC/CD,
Topper, Bedliner, Alum.
Wheels, in Exc. Cond..
$2500.Call 321-722-0357

NISSAN 4X4, '87, runs
good, looks good, fresh
paint, $2600. Please call
321-720-0558




American Hauler, '06,
16' enc., dual axle, elec.
brakes, treated lumber
and undercoated, V-nose,
used once to move,
$4900. 321-609-0336
See photo online at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
HOLIDAY RAMBLER,
'88, 29', w/'88 Ford 250XL
club cab pick up equipped
w/fifth wheel hitch, $5000.
Call 321-302-9499

PACE, 2004, 6'X12'X6',
side door, single axle,
spare tire, excellent con-
dition, 1 owner, $1800.
Call 910-409-8809

TRAILER, TANDEM axle,
small car hauler, small
wheels, aluminum frame,
only 800 lbs., $995/obo.
321-536-0422
WELLS CARGO, 6x10,
single axle, exc. cond., 1
owner, low mi., side door.
Cost $3000+ sell $2000/
obo. Russ 321-409-8373


CAPE, LIVE ON BEACH
2/2, completely furnished
executive home, profes-
sionals only, $1050/mo. +
sec. and utilities. Showing
now! 321-783-5448
HUTCHINSON IS. Du-
plex 3/2, nice, Ig, A/C,
parking, all appliances &
W/D. Community ameni-
ties. $1,000/mo. $2000/
move in. 221 Balboa St.
954-394-9832
MELBOURNE Near
Wickham/Aurora, quiet
st. 2BR/1BA $700. Incl.
w/d, water, trash, pest.
321-693-2784
www.Your-Castle.biz
MELBOURNE 2BR/1BA
W/D Hook-up, very.
clean, just painted,
private patio area.
$650/mo. Intracoastal
Property 321-255-1661

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SEBASTIAN 2/1/1 un-
furn, porch & yard. Avail-
able immed. Close to
US1. $900/mo (annual
lease) + $600 sec
772-532-9771





MELBOURNE 55+ com-
munity. 2BR/2BA manuf.
home, $500/mo. + utilit-
ies. Please call for more
information 724-602-5941
or 321-752- 8086

MELBOURNE, 3/2 unfur-
nished, screen room,
shed, comm. pool, 55+,
$850/mo. includes cable.
First/last, sec. $300. Call
321-258-9203 / 951-9728





COCOA BEACH -
Professional ofcs in Cape
Royal Office Condo.
584sf. & Larger. Rodney
S. Ketcham Inc. Realtor.
321-784-0677
rsketcham@earthlink.net


PORT ST. LUCIE Pro-
fessional office space to
share, Prime Port. St.
Lucie Blvd. location,
phones, copier, furnish-
ed, internet, great space
for Real Estate Broker or
Insurance Agent Busi-
ness. 772-285-6558





POLE BARNS: 30 ftX40
ft X10 -$6895, 40 ft X 80
ft X 12 -$14,995. Painted
Metsl. Free Delivery. Call
1-937-718-1471,
www.nationwidepolebarn
s:com
STUART Contractors
Showcase Warehouse.
Approx, 1050sqft for rent,
$1,200/mo 305-298-8667

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GEORGIA Mountains
Dahlonega. In the Heart
of the Georgia wine
country! Cavender Creek
Cabins. 1,2,3 BR cabins
w/hot tubs, Satellite TV.
Take our virtual tour@
ww.cavendercreek.com
1866-373-6307
NORTH CAROLINA
Murphy Be in the heart
of the Tri-State. 2/2 Log
Cabin w/Fireplace. Wrap
around deck. All ameni-
ties incl. Pet Friendly
Come stay for a week
$575 or just a few days 3
min. for $285. Call
772-465-5443 or e-mail
Ladybugchalet@yahoo.com

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8' FIBERGLASS dinghy,
brand new, never used,
$295 firm. 321-724-1483

AIRBOAT 12' Alum. full
deck over, 220 HP Conti-
,nental GPU, good shape,
runs strong, w/ trailer.
$5500. call 321-452-1256




MOTORS CHEAP!

6 YEAR WARRANTY
IF PURCHASED BEFORE
March 31 2007


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Top Of The Mountain
N. Carolina Murphy 2/2
chalet, w/fireplace. Enjoy
sparkling lakes, crisp
clean air & friendly folks.
fish, white water rafting &
so much more. Reserve
now for 2007! $450/wk.
8 28-837-9026
828-837-1045 Email us
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FLAT ROCK NC- 22 mi.
east of Ashville. 9 RENT-
AL UNITS available by
the month. $600-$1000
Great summer home!
Call 828-693-4018

NORTH CAROLINA Log
home, cabins, R.V. sites,
tent camping, fishing,
mini golf, laundry facility
onsite. Bring the kids or
get away from it all. Call
toll free 1-877-668-4928
or cell 828-442-4964
www.skylslandRetreat.com


BOAT, INFLATABLE, 9',
ribbed bottom, 6HP Evin-
rude motor. Sacrifice for
$495. 772-559-3474 Vero
Beach area

BOSTON WHALER 34'
Defiance '01 Yanmar
Diesel power, tower, gen,
A/C, full electronics. All
services complete.
Contact Tom @ HMY
561-632-4160

CANOE 14 ft Stillwater,
Bright Yellow, in Great
Condition, w/ Paddle,
Seats 3 People. Asking
$350.321-725-4909 Melb

CANOE Old Town Pe-
nobscot 16 (2002), Green
Lightly Used, Al.' gun-
wales, GREAT cond.
$750.321-757-6562 Melb.

CAROLINA SKIFF, 16',
HondaO/B,30hp 4-stroke,
console, forward deck,
swivel chair,, fish finder,
anchor, trailer, like new.
321-259-2213

ELIMINATOR 454 JET
BOAT, 20', 1984, w/ trail-
er. Fast, fun, many ex-
tras! Owner motivated to
sell. $9700/obo. Any offer
considered. Please call
321-752-3957

JET BOAT, Islandia, '03,
22', low hours, excellent
condition, V6 Mercury, w/
trailer, $19,000. Call
321-777-1730 / 795-3426
See photo online at www.
HometownNewsOL.com

KODIAK 16 ft. 2005,
used once, totally self
contained, Hitch & all
accessories incld. $8000
/negotiable.321-298-4415


North GEORGIA' Blue
Ridge Mountains Brand
NEW Mtn. Top Home. 30
Mile Views. "Total Relax-
ation" $650 weekly $1800
monthly. (321) 722-2768
Safe Area, Close to All.
RIVER VILLA-Long term.
Incl. elec. (to $50), cable,
pool, shuttle launches,
boat dock, 30 mins. to
Orlando.Dennis after 5pm
Unit B11. 321-693-1605
See photos online www.
tometownNewsOL.com
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MOTORS: (2) 225HP 4
stroke 2006 Mercury, 21
hours, 25" left or right.
Buy with or without 1983
,29' T-Craft boat, $12,000
each or best offers. Call
321-543-4159
NAUTICAL SLOOP 40' -
Perfect for single handed
sailing. New paint, 2006.
2 sets of sails with spin-
naker. Many extras. Must
sacrifice. 386-589-1143.
POLARIS JET Skis (2) -
w/ Trailer; a 2000 Virage
& a 2002 Freedom. Both
Very Good Cond. $5500/
all. 321-777-6689 I.H.B.
PROLINE 15':, 70HP
Evinrude, rebuilt motor
w/trailer. Runs excellent
$3000 772-663-9924
SEADOO ISLANDIA -'06
22ft Jet Boat w/ Trailer,
Cover & all Accessories
Ready to. Set Sail! Low
Hours & in Immaculate
cond.$30k.321-779-2254
SEAFOX '03 21', cuddy,
Canvas T-Top, 135 Merc
Opt, w/ Warranty, 2005
Trailer, All Electronics.
Pictures Avail. Via Email.
$17,000. 321-508-1908
TAHATSU OUTBOARD,
2.5hp, 2005, excellent
condition, low hours, ask-
ing $425. 321-632-5947
WELLCRAFT CC 17',
1975 Fisherman, 85 HP,
'76 Evinrude T/T GPS f/f
VHF Bimini Easy Loader
roller Trailer, power winch
Runs Good, Nice Cond.
$3950.Call 321-676-0630
WELLCRAFT CUDDY
cabin, '87, Mercury I/O,
loos good, includes trail-
er, $2500/obo. For details
321-728-2811. See www.
HometownNewsOL.com
for photo.


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