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Cities' water dispute resolution stalls


Two months after joint council 'kumbaya,'
legal settlement language unapproved


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE The land/water
deal brokered by the Melbourne
and West Melbourne city councils
two months ago still has not been
ratified, drawing criticism from
some participants.


After more than a year of heated
negotiations, councils from both
cities participated in a first-ever
joint summit July 25, resulting in
what appeared to be a resolution of
some of the cities' most con-
tentious issues.
The discussion had focused on
which city would provide water and


sewer services to a 21-acre parcel of
land located near the northeast
corner of U.S. 192 and Interstate 95.
During the meeting, both coun-
cils agreed on a plan that would
allow the land to be annexed into
West Melbourne, while Melbourne
would provide water and sewer
service to the property.
More than two months later,
attorneys are still working on the
agreement's language. West Mel-
bourne's city manager David Rey-


nal, paid a visit to Melbourne's City
Council to express his disappoint-
ment in the delays.
After hand-delivering a three-
page letter from West Melbourne
Mayor Shirley Bradshaw detailing
the timeline of events that had
occurred since the joint summit,
Mr. Reynal implored the Mel-
bourne council to get things mov-
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BIG MATCHUPS


There are some big games
this week as two n.
Melbourne teams are '
desperate for wins
while two others seek to
continue winning ways


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Index
Business A8
Calendar A16
Classified B12
Crossword B11
Dining & Entertainment .... B1
Horoscopes B1
Out & About BI
Police Report ........................ AS
Sports B6
Travel A12
Viewpoint A6
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Designer Purposes


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Members of the Seaside Piecemakers, Marianne Garramone, Loretta Leslie, Sharon Cummings, Helen Woods,
Patty Showen, Cristina Martin, representing Serene Harbour, and Sheryl Milner stand in front of a quilt they
made to be raffled off with the proceeds benefiting Serene Harbour.


Purse auction to benefit Serene Harbor


'Purses with a
Purpose' event
planned at
Imperial Hotel
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
Serene Harbor support-
ers hope attendees will
open their wallets to buy
designer purses during an
upcoming fundraiser.
The second annual
"Purses with a Purpose"
luncheon will include an
auction of some of the
most sought-after names
in high-end purses.
Designers include Julie
Feldman, Coach, Dooney
& Bourke, Cole Haan, Ital-
ian Pine Purses, Sigrid
Olsen, Beijo, Ellen Tracy
and more, said Serene
Harbor executive director
Melody Keeth.
"Last year's event was a
lot of fun," said Ms. Keeth.


"We brought it back by
popular demand."
In it's first year, Purses
with a Purpose raised
more than $17,500 for
Serene Harbor she said.
Money from that event
was used to provide serv-
ices to battered women
and their children, Ms.
Keeth said.
"I wish we didn't need
shelters, but we do," said
Michele Ostovich, Serene
Harbor board member.
"Women are still being
abused and their children
are still watching it."
Ms. Ostovich, owner of
Elite Real Estate in Indian
Harbour Beach, has been
supporting Serene Harbor
for as long as she can
remember.
"We're trying to give
women a leg up and out of
these situations," she said.
"As the economy gets
worse, (domestic vio-

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Photo courtesy of Serene Harbor
This Coach purse is one of many purses that will be
auctioned off during the 'Purses with a Purpose'
fundraiser for Serene Harbor.


BY MATT O'HERN
Sports writer
While Brevard County is
known as the Space Coast,
some of its brightest stars
shine throughout Holly-
wood and sports stadiums
across the country.
Several familiar faces in
network television got their
start in Brevard County,
including Scott Thompson,
the comedian known as
"Carrot Top;" Darrell Ham-
mond of "Saturday Night
Live;" and Jorja Fox, who
stars in "CSI," and has also
starred in other hit TV shows
such as "Law and Order"
and "ER."
Other notable names
include The Doors' lead
singer Jim Morrison and
Boston Red Sox Pitcher Tim
Wakefield, who both grew
up in Melbourne. Brevard is
also home to two world
championship surfers -
Kelly Slater, from Cocoa


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Interview process
for city attorney
may be reviewed
in West Melbourne
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
WEST MELBOURNE -
Upon reflection, several City
Council members believe they
may have inadvertently violat-
ed Florida's Sunshine Law
when they hired Jim Stokes as
city attorney.
While city manager David
Reynal argued that no Sun-
shine Law violations occurred
when he surveyed council
members regarding the inter-
view process, Florida Press
Association general counsel
Samuel Morley is not as cer-
tain.
"In AGO 89-23, the Attorney
General's Office advised that a
city manager should refrain
from asking each commission-
er to state his or her position
on a specific matter which will
foreseeably be considered by
the commission at a pubic
meeting in order to provide the
information to members of the
commission," said Mr. Morley
in an e-mail.
The city had planned to
interview five candidates dur-
ing a special meeting Aug. 11.
Four days. before the meeting,
city manager David Reynal
canceled the interviews and
scheduled acting city attorney
Jim Stokes as the only candi-
date to be interviewed.
At the time of the meeting,
council member Jan Lieson
and former council member
Charles Settgast expressed
concerns about the meeting.
"I'm not even sure if this is a
legal meeting," Mrs. Lieson
said at the time. "We don't
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Photo courtesy of Melbourne High School
Bruce Bochy (last player on bottom row) played for Melbourne High School's baseball team
in the early 1970s. He is finishing his first season as manager of the San Francisco Giants.


Reggie Nelson both played
for Brevard teams during
their high school careers.
Mr. Fielder starred at Eau
Gallie High School before he
was drafted by the Milwau-
kee Brewers, and Reggie
Nelson played at Palm Bay
High School before he
became the leading defen-
sive back for the Florida


Gators' National Champi-
onship team.
The longest active cast
member of "Saturday Night
Live," Darrell Hammond,
was born and raised in Mel-
bourne. Mr. Hammond,
who popularized his name
through his uncanny imper-
sonation of former Presi-
dent Bill Clinton, and also


starred in "Scary Movie
3,""New York Minute,"
'"Agent Cody Banks," and
The King and I," "Law and
Order: SpecialVictims Unit,"
and "Las Vegas."
Before Hammond left
Florida for New York City, he
played baseball at Brevard


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Plans for 750,000-square-foot West Melbourne open-air mall discussed

Plans for 750,000-square-foot West Melbourne open-air mall discussed


foot shopping center near
the intersection of Palm Bay
Road and Interstate 95.
Only a handful of people
attended the Sept. 24 meet-
ing where developers dis-
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silence means consent,
:wigihbir, appear OK with
plans for a .5U,.(,ii)-square-


ing Hammock Landings
shopping center.
Plans call for the center to
be open by spring 2009,
encompassing approxi-
mately 79 acres, rivaling The
Avenue Viera.
The developer, CBL and
Associates, from Chat-
tanooga, Tenn., wants to
build a shopping center
with as many as seven
anchor stores and 20 to 40
shops. Ten detached struc-
tures are planned with
frontage along Palm Bay
Road, said Bob Elliott,
development manager for
CBL's Volusia Mall.
"We believe that the plan
in place is the right plan,"
said Mr. Elliott.
CBL representatives have
already met with more than
a dozen state and local
agencies to deal with per-
mitting, zoning and
stormwater drainage issues,
Mr. Elliott said.
"We are still learning
about the project and evalu-
ating its impact on the City
of Palm Bay," said Palm Bay
city manager Lee Feldman.
The developers will be in
front of West Melbourne's
City Council several times in
the upcoming months.
The council will make a
final ruling on the develop-
er's request to create a spe-
cial taxing district, called a
community development
district, to help finance the
project.
Next, the city's planning
and zoning board will hear a
zoning request to change
the land's approved 'use
from agricultural to com-
mercial.
The City Council will then
review the developer's site
plan.
Members of CBL have met
with West Melbourne's plan-
ning director, Christy Fisch-
er, to discuss the develop-
ment's impact on traffic in
an already congested area.
Traffic impact is calculated


during the anticipated peak
hours of the development's
usage, in this case during
the evening commute, said
Ms. Fischer.
During the evening rush
hours, developers estimate
an additional 2,367 vehicles
in the area. That section of
Palm Bay Road already sees
nearly 34,000 motorists a
day.
While the widening of
Palm Bay Road is already
funded by other sources,
impact fees paid by the
developer will likely go
toward other roadway
improvements in the area,
Mr. Elliott said.
The primary entrance to
the mall is planned to be
opposite Culver Drive, Mr.
Elliott said. A right-turn-
only entrance and exit will
also be placed further west
on Palm Bay Road.
A drive splitting the devel-
opment will eventually meet
up with Minton Road, Mr.
Elliott said.
Only two residents in the'
audience expressed concern


about the project.
Philip and Phyllis Azeredo
of Palm Bay questioned Mr.
Elliott about the project's
impact on traffic and the
economy.
"We live on the other side
of Palm Bay Road, and peo-
ple already cut through our
neighborhood," said Mrs.
Azeredo.
Mr. Azeredo asked Mr.
Elliott if it was prudent to
build another shopping
center given current eco-
nomic conditions.
"In Palm Bay, we had 926
foreclosures last year," he
said. "Those people are not
going to be customers of
yours."
Mr. Elliott countered that
while none of the planned
stores are unique to Brevard
County, the market analysis
shows the area can support
the development.
"They would not invest
these kinds of dollars if they
didn't believe in (the proj-
ect)," he said.
West Melbourne city man-
ager David Reynal was


enthusiastic about the proj-
ect.
"It's a great project for the
city," said Mr. Reynal. "We're
pleased with the relation-
ship we've developed while
working with them on the
(development of regional
impact)."
CBL has developed 80 mall
properties, primarily in the
southeastern U.S., said Mr.
Elliott. Five major projects
are in Florida, including the
Volusia Mall, the Avenues in
Jacksonville, the Panama
City Mall, the Lake Shore
Mall in Sebring and the Gulf
Coast Town Center in Fort
Meyers.
Locally, CBL created the
Shoppes of Pineda Ridge
near the Home Depot on
Wickham Road, Mr. Elliott
said.
For more information,
v i s i t
www. cblproperties.com.

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"Since (the joint summit),
we have waited and waited
patiently," said Mr. Reynal,
.as he addressed the Mel-
bourne 'council during the
public comment period of
the Sept. 25 council meet-
ing.
"This is reinforcing our
suspicion that Melbourne
is not acting in good faith
and good intent," he said.
The letter stated that
West Melbourne's special
counsel, Scott Glass, start-
ed circulating a draft letter
of agreement among its
council, with was agreed
upon on Aug. 13.
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counsel, Thomas Cloud,
"advised Mr. Glass that he
had not had time to review
the draft and that Mel-
bourne was waiting for a
copy of the (meeting) tran-
script from the court
reporter."
After several more
delays, including a vaca-
tion by Mr. Cloud, West
Melbourne staff continued
to press for resolution
without success.
"This continued delay
on the part of Melbourne
is unwarranted and unac-
ceptable," wrote Mayor
Bradshaw. "We also fear
that Melbourne's handling
of this matter has made it
far less likely that the two
cities will be able to reach
additional amicable settle-
ment agreements in the
future."
Melbourne council
member Cheryl Palmer
expressed surprise that the
deal had not been final-


ized.
"The city councils were
there in good faith," said
Ms. Palmer. "I want to see
us move on that."
Ms. Palmer made a
motion to direct Mel-
bourne staff to immediate-
ly take whatever steps are
necessary to resolve the
issue.
The Melbourne council
voted unanimously in favor
of the motion.
"I look forward to working
with Mr. Gougelman and Mr.
Cloud to get this worked
out," said Mr. Glass.
Later in the meeting, Mel-
bourne city manager Jack
Schluckebier defended his
staff's response thus far.
"I regret that West Mel-
bourne comes here and says
we're dragging our feet," he
said. "I don't believe that to
be the case."
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in the balance, waiting for the
cities to complete negotia-
tions.
"Coastal Commerce has
advised us that their lender
will not move forward with-
out a copy of the signed
(agreement)," wrote Mayor
Bradshaw.
Craig Hessee, representa-
tive for the Brookfield devel-
opment, attended the City
Council meeting but did not
address the council.
I Mr. Reynal said he was
encouraged by the Mel-
bourne council's reception of
his concerns.
"I was pleased by the coun-
cil's action and look forward
to their prompt response,"
said Mr. Reynal. "Based on
the unanimous vote, it would
indicate we'll get a immediate
response from Melbourne."

Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or at
Sauerman@hometownnew-
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Community College alongside fellow
Melbourne High School graduate and
current San Francisco Giants manager
Bruce Bochy.
Palm Bay High School baseball coach
Wayne Tyson had the privilege of play-
ing with both Mr. Hammond and Mr.
Bochy at BCC.
"Bruce and Darrell were about a year
behind me in school," he said. "We met
when we started playing ball together in
the fall of 1973."
Mr. Tyson still keeps in contact with
Mr. Bochy and Mr. Hammond, and
vividly recalls joking around with Mr.
Hammond on lazy afternoons.
"We used to hang out with a friend
named Ken Shirek," he said. "We used
to hang out in Ken's Dodge Dart and I
critiqued their impersonations. It was
really funny to hear the creative
process."
Mr. Tyson and other friends knew
that Mr. Hammond was witty enough to
make a career out of his unique talent.
"It was something he was destined to
do," he said. "He was our Rich Little. He
could see somebody and mimic their
mannerisms and pick up on their voice
inflections very quickly. There was no
doubt in my mind, and many people's
minds, that he was going to do some-
thing big."
Mr. Tyson spoke highly of Mr. Ham-
mond's athleticism and believes most
people would be surprised by Mr.
Hammond's baseball skills.
"He was a power hitter in baseball
and he could really swing the bat," Mr.
Tyson said. "He was very strong."
One of Mr. Tyson's favorite memories
about Mr. Hammond's baseball career
occurred after a road game at Seminole
Community College. Mr. Hammond,
who was playing outfield, misjudged a
line drive hit that took an awkward
bounce off a sprinkler head and hit him
straight in the nose.
After an emergency trip to the doctor,
Mr. Hammond entertained his team-
mates with a colorful recreation of the
painful procedure he endured.
"His dad had to drive all the way to
Sanford and back, and by the time they
returned, his nose had started setting,"


Hammond Bochy


Mr. Tyson said. "The doctor had to
break his nose back into place, and
Darrell was doing impressions of that
later that night. He had gauze up his
nose while he was telling us the whole
story, and he was always concerned
that he was going to have a bump on
his nose after that."
Like Mr. Hammond, Mr. Bochy made
an early impression on his teammates
and classmates. According to Mr.
Tyson, Mr. Bochy had a special aura
about him. During Mr. Bochy's career
at BCC, leadership was one of his
strongest characteristics, and Mr.
Tyson sees the same qualities in Mr.
Bochy's current coaching style with all-
star Barry Bonds and the San Francisco
Giants.
"He has several great qualities and
he's very genuine," Mr. Tyson said. "He's
a wonderful person and he just had a
presence about him. He led more by
example than by voice, and he really
knew baseball. He was a great leader."
Mr. Bochy, who is known for his
crafty management tactics, was also an
avid card player. Mr. Tyson and other
teammates were often perplexed by his
ability to win in the clutch.
'A bunch of the guys were playing cards
in the front of the game and his team was
losing the entire trip," he said. "He pulled
out a winning card right as we were pulling
up to the school. People always accused
him of having a card up his sleeve."
Another Melbourne High student,
Ms. Jorja Fox, formerly known as Jorjan
Fox, was a rising star in the school's
drama department. Melbourne High
School English teacher Ms. Leslie Gabe
taught drama at MHS for 12 years and


recalls Ms. Fox's remarkable talent and
her natural ability to improvise her
material to suit any character she was
assigned.
Ms. Fox's first appearance in an MHS
play was in the theater rendition of
"Juvie," a play about juvenile teens in
juvenile detention.
"She played a very angry young
woman, who had mugged an old man,"
Mrs. Gabe said. "She had very intense
monologue and she was outstanding.
At that time, she was absolutely one of
my best students."
Ms. Fox was also known for her out-
landish fashion style, which included
dark makeup. Her style eventually
became known as the "Goth" look.
"She was one of the first students to
adopt what would now be called the
Goth look," Mrs. Gabe said. "She had
black, short hair and she wore Doc
Marten shoes." the inspired casting
came when Ms. Fox entered the
advanced class during her second
semester. She was cast as Doris Day in
the theater rendition of the Doris Day
and Rock Hudson classic comedy "Pil-
low Talk," where she played a character
that was America's blonde, freckled,
innocent sweetheart.
The character was a stark contrast
from Ms. Fox's personality, but Ms.
Gabe knew that the future television
star had the talent to pull it off.
"I thought she was a good enough
actress that she could do whatever I
asked her to do," Ms. Gabe said. "I want-
ed my best actress in my lead role and I.
thought she was the strongest actress I
had."
About 10 years after Ms. Fox left Mel-
bourne for NewYork City, Ms. Gabe dis-
covered her former proteg6 on the
screen of her living room television.
"I was a big fan of ER, and when I saw
her I nearly fell out of my chair," Mrs.
Gabe said. "I told my husband, 'Oh my
gosh, there's Jorjan!"'
Special thanks to Melbourne High
School librarian Dee Clayton, Leslie
Gabe and Wayne Tyson for their assis-
tance with research and photography.
Contact Matt O'Hern at (321) 751-5960
or at ohern@hometownnewsol.com.


Cocoa
Jumaine Jones has played for the
Hawks, Lakers, Sixers and Suns in the
National Basketball Association.

Cocoa Beach
Kelly Slater, eight time world cham-
pion surfer.


USA Today and Chief Executive Officer
of Gannet Newspapers. Comedian
Scott Thompson, known as "Carrot
Top," was born in Cocoa Beach and
graduated from Cocoa High School.

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Two prostitution investigations
yield 13 arrests
MELBOURNE Two prostitution sweeps in a five-
day period netted 13 arrests for Melbourne Police
Department.
On Sept. 21, the Melbourne Police Department
Special Operations Unit patrolled the area along U.S.
1 in south Melbourne, said Jill Frederiksen, public
information specialist, in a news release.
During the investigation, police uncovered
four grams of crack cocaine, said Ms. Frederik-
sen.
Jill Marie Vanderwarker, 27, address unknown, was
charged with sale of cocaine, possession of cocaine
and prostitution; Louis Michael Lowry, 29, of 7236
Hammock Lakes Drive, was charged with aiding and
abetting prostitution; Sharon Yuett Colbert, 42,
address unknown, was charged with sale of cocaine,
solicitation for prostitution and possession of drug
paraphernalia; Katrina Lee Cruce, 46, of 1426 Paul St.,
Melbourne, was charged with prostitution and pos-
session of drug paraphernalia; Ginger Gail Werner, 48,
of 3537 Buddy Drive, West Melbourne, was charged
with solicitation for prostitution; And Sandra Meares
Small, 48, address unknown, was charged with solici-
tation for prostitution.
During the second sweep on Sept 26, police arrested
four women for prostitution and three people for pos-
session of cocaine. Police seized 0.13 grams of crack
cocaine and one gram of cannabis, said Ms. Frederik-
sen.
Linda Jean Diamond, 47, of 481 Coconut Drive,
Indialantic, was charged with solicitation for prosti-
tution; Maria Lucille Kinser, 44, of 1824 Aurora Park
Circle, Melbourne, was charged with solicitation for
prostitution; Valerie Ann Rittenhouse, 46, of 132 West
Court, Melbourne, was charged with possession of
cocaine, solicitation for prostitution and tampering
with evidence; Amanda Elizabeth McGuire, 25, of
3119 Vassar St., Melbourne, was charged with solici-
tation for prostitution, Antwan Walter Gray, 22, of 167
Avocado Ave., No. 3, Melbourne, was charged with
sale of cocaine, possession of cocaine and possession
of a controlled substance with intent to sell; Star
Amorita Brown, 44, of 2231 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged with sale of cocaine and posses-
sionr of cocaine; and Nina Yockel, 30, of 1008 Straw-
bridge Ave., Melbourne; was charged with sale of
cocaine, possession of cocaine, possession of drug
paraphernalia and possession of a controlled sub-
stance.

Applicants sought for vacant
West Melboune council seat
WEST MELBOURNE City Council members have
called for a special meeting, Saturday, Oct. 13 to inter-
view candidates for the seat vacated by Charles
Settgast.
Resumes need to be turned in to City Hall no later
than 12 p.m., Oct. 12.
*To qualify, applicants must have resided in West.
Melbourne for at least one year and be a registered
voter.
For information, call (321) 727-7700 or visit www. west-
melbourne.org.
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want to have the appearance
of collusion, either between
the city manager and the
interim city attorney or any
of the council members."
When the City Council
originally created the short
list of candidates for city
attorney, interim city attor-
ney Jim Stokes did not apply
for the job.


Approximately a week
before the interviews were
scheduled, Mr. Stokes met
with council members indi-
vidually to discuss his possi-
ble candidacy for the position.
"I told him that I have not
made up my mind," said
Mrs. Lieson. "I would prefer
to interview him along with
the five other candidates to
see what they've got."
During the Aug. 11 special
meeting, Mr. Settgast
praised the council for con-


ducting the pre-interview
process "in the Sunshine"
and in the best interests of
the city.
"This council has avoided
the problems created in the
past," he said. "(We should)
not substitute familiarity
and availability for compe-
tence."
The last-minute substitu-
tion of Mr. Stokes in lieu of
the five other candidates
concerned Mr. Settgast.
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hat in the ring with all the
other candidates such that
the council and the citizens
of West Melbourne could
compare everybody," said
Mr. Settgast, "he has individ-
ually met with the council
members to lobby for his
appointment."
While the individual meet-
ings did not violate Florida's
open government laws, what
happened next may have,
said Mr. Settgast.
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inadvertently violated the
Sunshine Law by telling
other council members what
those (council) members
intended to vote," he said.
"On his own volition, (Mr.
Reynal) canceled the meet-
ing that was scheduled and
documented in the sunshine
to interview candidates
today."
The remaining council
members were not con-
vinced at that time about an
infraction and decided to
proceed with Mr. Stokes'
interview.
With the exception of Mr.
Settgast, who left the meet-
ing because he thought it
was illegal, the council voted
unanimously, to hire Mr.
Stokes at an annual salary of
$110,000, to be effectiveOct.
3.
After considering the issue
after the meeting, council
member John D'Amico said
he also believed the council
meeting probably violated
the Sunshine Law.
"I believe the council
made a serious error in judg-
ment regarding the appoint-
ment of our current attor-
ney," wrote Mr. D'Amico in a
letter read by deputy city
clerk Mickey Nachreiner,
during the Oct. 2 council
meeting.
"We, in all probability, vio-
lated provisions of the Sun-
shine Law by not allowing
other candidates the benefit
of an interview," he said.
Mr. D'Amico expressed
concern of possible legal
action against the city by the
other applicants and possi-
ble action from the state
regarding Sunshine Law vio-
lations.
Council member Virginia
Blanchard said she didn't
think Mr. D'Amico's letter
was appropriate, and
expressed suspicion that Mr.
Settgast had coerced council
members into the change of
heart.
Reading from an e-mail
she received from Mr.
Settgast after his resignation,
Mrs. Blanchard said Mr.
Settgast asked her to "consid-
er withdrawing the overly
generous offer to Mr. Stokes."
"I don't consider that a
business-like approach,"
said Mrs. Blanchard.
While Mr. Reynal did not
address Mr. D'Amico's letter
during the Oct. 2 meeting,
he defended his actions dur-
ing the Aug. 11 meeting, say-
ing he did not violate the
Sunshine Law.
"I consistently asked
council members their
choice of three formats for
(the) meeting: continue with
the interviews as scheduled
with the five people from out
of town, the second choice
was to continue this meet-
ing, interviewing only Mr.
Stokes or canceling the
meeting," said Mr. Reynal.
After the poll results indi-
cated a majority of council
members would like to
interview only Mr. Stokes,
Mr. Reynal decided to cancel
the other interviews.
While Mr. Reynal said he
did not share poll results
with council members, Mrs.
Lieson disagrees.
"David did give me that
information," said Mrs.
Lieson.
Mrs. Lieson maintained
her position from the Aug. 11
meeting during the Oct. 2
meeting, contending that


the meeting hiring Mr.
Stokes was improper.
"I'm not under the influ-
ence of Mr. Settgast one
iota," she said.
When giving her the justi-
fication for the meeting
agenda change, Mrs. Lieson
recalled- Mr. Reynal said,
"Well, two council members
have changed their mind."
She made a motion to
rescind Mr. Stokes' contract
and re-conduct the inter-
view process in the sun-
shine. While that motion
was seconded by deputy
mayor Hal Rose, the motion
failed when Mr. Rose later
withdrew his second.
If Mr. Reynal acted as a
conduit, providing informa-
tion about the intent of
other council members, that
may also be a violation of the
Sunshine Law, said attorney
Morley.
"The Sunshine Law is
applicable to meetings
between a board member
and an individual who is not
a member of the board (e.g..,
city manager) when the indi-
vidual is being used as a liai-
son between, or to conduct a
de facto meeting of, board
members," said Mr. Morley,
in an e-mail.
Mr. Rose said he was con-
cerned about the process
and thought it might be
appropriate to ask for a legal
opinion.
"(Mr. Stokes) is probably
not the right person to ask,"
said Mr. Rose.
Mr. Stokes countered that
he "would never advise the
counsel, to do what (he)
thought was illegal."
"By all means, do what
makes you feel comfort-
able," he said.
Mayor Shirley Bradshaw
agreed with Mrs. Blanchard
that Mr. Settgast was behind
the motion.
"We need to get off this
council and let some new
people get up here that know
what ... they are doing," said
Ms. Bradshaw. "It's pretty
sad."
The council chose not to
.act on Mr. D'Amico's
request, agreeing that he.
could re-address the issue at
the next council meeting,
when he was back in town.
The five applicants for the
city attorney's job were
William Buztrey, North Fort
Meyers; Douglas Wyckoff,
DeFuniak Springs; John
McKirchy, Tampa; Robert
Jagger, Jacksonville and
Mark Moriarity, Fort Meyers.
Mr. Wyckoff and Mr.
Buztrey saidthey received a
call approximately a week
before the scheduled inter-
views from West Melbourne
management services coor-
dinator DanWeimer
"Mr. Weimer said the
interview had been canceled
and he didn't know what
they were going to do," said
Mr. Wyckoff.
While Mr. McKirchy told
Hometown News he would
not want to be interviewed if
the process were re-opened,
Mr. Wyckoff and Mr. Buztrey
expressed interest, if the
council were seriously
reconsidering candidates.
Mr. Jagger and Mr. Moriarity
were unavailable -to com-
ment at press time.

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POLICE REPORT


Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a court
oflaw.

Melbourne Police
Department

Hinzlee Campbell Jr., 45,
of 420 S. Harbor City Blvd.,
No. 116, Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 21 with on-
site violation of probation
and two counts of traffick-
ing in cocaine.
Sharon Yvett Colbert, 42,
address unknown, was
charged Sept. 21 with offer-
ing prostitution, possession
of drug paraphernalia, sell-
ing cocaine and two counts
of possession of cocaine.
Jeffrey Edward Hansen,
39, of 3012 Fountainhead
Circle, No. 140, Melbourne,
was charged Sept. 21 with
battery-domestic violence.
Tamika Lashay Owens,
34, of 921 Hooper Ave., Palm
Bay, was charged Sept. 21
with grand theft auto and
two counts of on-site viola-
tion of probation.
Jill Marie Vanderwarker,
27, address unknown, was
charged Sept. 21 with sale of
cocaine, possession of
cocaine and prostitution.
Zadak Emmanuel Robin-
son, 78, of 3615 Egret Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 22 with battery-
domestic violence.
Derek Joseph Schankin,
26, of 1321 Wing Road S.W.,
Palm Bay, was charged Sept.
22 with criminal mischief,
battery-domestic violence
and false imprisonment.
Stephen Douglas Boyd,
45, of 4564 Rivermist Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 23 with battery-
domestic violence.
Brandon Lee Bradley, 18,
of 1137 Swan St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
23 with aggravated assault.
Charlie Paul Conry, 50, of
2313 Woodwind Trail, No.
804, Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 23 with aggra-
vated battery-domestic vio-
lence and child abuse.
Danielle Leigh Harris, 18,
of 447 Grove Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
23 with battery-domestic
violence.
* Terry Gene Hughes, 39,


1620 Harlock Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
23 with driving under the
influence with injuries, driv-
ing under the influence with
property damage, driving
under the influence, refusal
to take a breath test, crimi-
nal mischief, resisting arrest
without violence, having an
accident involving damage
to a vehicle or property and
child abuse.
Terry Gene Hughes, 39,
1620 Harlock Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
23 with driving under the
influence with injuries, driv-
ing under the influence with
property damage, driving
under the influence, refusal
to take a breath test, crimi-
nal mischief, resisting arrest
without violence, having an
accident involving damage
to a vehicle or property and
child abuse.
Michelle Lenee Morice,
34, of 1776 Jacobin St. N.W,
Palm Bay, was charged Sept.
23 with driving under the
influence, driving while
license suspended and on-
site violation of probation.
Jonathan R. Brown, 26, of
1600 Woodlake Drive N.E.,
No. 101, Palm Bay, was
charged Sept. 24 with
obstruction by disguise,
three counts of on-site vio-
lation of probation and con-
tempt-failure to serve sen-
tence.
Joseph Michael Kres-
mery, 24, of 726 Madegyn
Way, No. 261, Melbourne,
was charged Sept. 24 with
misdemeanor failure to
appear, battery-domestic
violence and possession of
cannabis.
Roman Scott White, 33, of
2639 Sabrina St. N.E., Palm
Bay, was charged Sept. 24
with two counts of battery
on a law enforcement officer
and resisting arrest without
violence.
Myra Jean Droddy, 20, of
215 Oceanview Lane, Indi-
alantic, was charged Sept.
25 with retail theft, posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance, two counts of pos-
session of drug
paraphernalia and not hav-
ing a valid drivers license.
Theodore Poirier, 41, of
320 Cornell Ave, Melbourne,
was charged Sept. 25 with
battery-domestic violence.
* Shawnna Bland, 34, of
1411 Manor Drive, Palm Bay,


was charged Sept. 26 with
two counts of grand theft
and two counts of forgery.
Star Amorita Brown, 43,
of 2231 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
26 with possession of
cocaine and selling cocaine.
Antwan Walter Gray, 22,
of 167 Avocado Ave., No. 3,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 26 with sale of cocaine,
possession of cocaine and
possession of a controlled
substance with intent to sell.
Alfreda M. Hatcher, 26, of
1006 Line St., Melbourne,
was charged Sept. 26 with
possession of cannabis and
possession of cannabis with
intent to sell.
Matthew A. Heinley, 18,
of 3505 Swallow Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
26 with two counts of bur-
glary.
Robert Aaron Moore, 21,
of 1312 Boxwood Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 26 with burglary and
grand theft.
Edward S. Ranieri, 18, of
485 Ironwood Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
26 with carrying a concealed
weapon and resisting arrest
without violence.
Valerie Ann Rittenhouse,
46, of 132 West Court, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
26 with prostitution, posses-
sion of cocaine and tamper-
ing with evidence.
David Michael Shea, 52,
of 220 Heilman Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
26 with fleeing or attempt-
ing to elude a police officer,
aggravated assault on a law
enforcement officer and
reckless driving.
Nina Lynn Yockel, 30, of
1008 Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
26 with selling cocaine, two
counts of possession of
cocaine, possession of drug
paraphernalia and posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance.
Timothy Noah Gibbs, 39,
of 311 Darrow Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
27 with lewd and lascivious
on a child, battery-domestic
violence, child abuse and
sexual battery.
Robert Benson Howard,
52, of 800 Camphor Way,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 27 with battery, pos-
session of cocaine and pos-
session of cannabis.


Kenneth William Lamb,
28, of 2790 Rhonda Lane,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 27 with battery-
domestic violence, violation
of release condition, felony
failure to appear and bur-
glary.
Cayce Corberly Pippin,
18, of 3151 S. Babcock St.,
No. 51, Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 27 with bat-
tery-domestic violence.

West Melbourne
Police Department

Kerry Lee Kindred, 34, of
420 South Harbor City Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 21 with forgery and
writing a worthless check.
Damon Runyon Daniels,
29, of 2221 Pineapple Ave.,
No. 5, Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 23 with mis-
demeanor failure to appear,
driving while license sus-
pended, possession of a
controlled substance and
three counts of possession
of drug paraphernalia.
Rita Ann Kagey, 77, of
7728 Ellis Road, West Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
23 with violation of commu-
nity control, possession of a
controlled substance with-
out a valid prescription,
possession of cannabis and
two counts of possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Edward Mosley Patten,
56, of 2846 Stearns Ave.,
Palm Bay, was charged Sept.
25 with felony driving under
the influence and being a
habitual traffic offender
driving on a suspended
license.
Elizabeth Ashley Miller,
30, of 325 E. University
Blvd., No. 97, Melbourne,
was charged Sept. 26 with
driving under the influence
of alcohol and three counts
of child neglect.
Michael Roy Kirshon, 20,
of 1161 Elmont St., Palm
Bay, was charged Sept. 27
with 12 counts of possession
of a controlled substance
without a valid prescription.

Brevard County
Sheriff's Office

Colin Neil Anderson, 23,
of970 Lanona Ave., Palm,
Bay, was charged Sept. 21
with carrying a concealed
weapon.


Alicia Monique Covin, 30,
of 514 Trinidad St., Palm
Bay, was charged Sept. 21
with three counts of viola-
tion of probation.
Cameron M. Crandall,
19, of 20 Elton St., Unit B,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 21 with aggravated
battery on a pregnant
woman, attempting, solicit-
ing or conspiring to commit
a crime and aggravated
assault-domestic violence.
Thierry Joel Lettiere, 19,
of 2700 Lakehill Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
21 with resisting arrest with-
out violence, possession of a
controlled substance, pos-
session of cannabis, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia
and possession of an alco-
holic beverage by a person
less than 21 years of age.
David Israel Luther, 24, of
647 Waycross Road S.W,
Palm Bay, was charged Sept.
21 with violation of proba-
tion.
Tyler Charles Nichols, 20,
of 1090 Sparkman St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
21 with two counts of on-
site violation. of probation,
possession of cannabis and
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
Dalwin Adi Pennyfeather,
20, of 2174 Shelby Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 21 with possession of a
controlled substance and
possession of cannabis.
Maurice Paul Thomas,
37, of 2001 Redwood Circle,
Palm Bay, was charged Sept.
21 with trafficking in stolen
property.
Robert Gerard Cahall, 21,
of 2148 King Richard St.,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 22 with contempt-fail-
ure to serve sentence.
Alvin Eugene Henry, 49,
of 2214 Northview St., Unit
A, Palm Bay, was charged
Sept. 22 with selling
cocaine.
Marites Sue Jones, 26, of
428 Tewksbury Lane N.E.,
Palm Bay, was charged Sept.


22 with selling cocaine.
Thomas A. McKenzie, 34,
of 1085 Wabash Road S.E.,
Palm Bay, was charged Sept.
22 with violation of commu-
nity control.
Jason Pierre Archie, 21, of
811 Poplar Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
23 with two counts of selling
cocaine, possession of
cocaine with intent to sell
and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Gerald Samples, 40, of
220 Avenida Central, Indi-
alantic, was charged Sept.
23 with battery-domestic
violence.
Ryan Deloe VanPelt, 29,
of 3314 Plummer Circle,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 23 with uttering a
forged instrument.
Armando Victor Calleja,
42, of 456 Cardinal Drive,
Satellite Beach, was charged
Sept. 24 with two counts of
misappropriation of real
property.
Stephanie Kassia-There-
sa Francis, 36, of 1069 Mas-
terson Ave., Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 24 with felony
failure to appear.
Jason Edward Giovannet-
ti, 28, of 6156 Kari Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 24 with grand theft.
Jason Francisco Hernan-
dez, 24, of 3101 Zanzabar
Road, Palm Bay, was
charged Sept. 24 with felony
failure to appear.
Robert A. Oquendo, 28, of
201 Harbor City Parkway,
Indian Harbour Beach, was
charged Sept. 24 with bat-
tery-domestic violence,
false imprisonment and
child abuse.
Richard Anthony Raley,
43, of 5302 Outlook Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 24 with battery-
domestic violence.
Demar Shalon Reinfurt,
27, of 1135 Wickham Road,
No. 28, Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 24 with felony

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Got something to say?

Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at

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


Stop letting kids get free Internet accounts

There needs to be some kind of way to make sure that under-
age children can't open a (free) Internet account without their
parents permission.
For the past week, I have been in contact with Hotmail,
Yahoo, AOL, Myspace.com and Myyearbook.com just to name
the most popular ones.
It is not right to let a minor open an account. ... when the
Internet is like the wild, wild West. It seems like anything goes,
just to make a dollar.
I have opened an account with Myspace.com and Myyear-
book.com just to see what goes on. Well, the only people who
want to be friends are cyber sick-o's.
Let us go back to (getting) parent's permission.
I spent hours on the phone, hours writing letters and hours
sending faxes. For what? To remove my child from these bad
neighborhoods just to find out she has made new screen
names now.
I know a lot of you are thinking I must be computer illiterate.
Just to let you all know. I cut my digital teeth writing programs
for the U.S. Army Signal Corp., have a GPA of 3.86 and am a 45-
year-old student (going) for my Ph.D. in digital security admin-
istration.
I have done all I can do here at home. Nowadays your chil-
dren can (use) a friend's, a school's and a library's computer.
We all need to speak up as concerned U.S. citizens and put
more regulations on these companies for our children's safety.
Editor's note: Many child experts suggest parents use disci-
pline to set ground rules on acceptable Internet usage, including
not allowing their children to use a home computer that is not
monitored and explaining to the adult parents of friends that
expectation.

Agrees that tragedy should come with money

I so agree with "Shouldn't .get money because of tragic
events."
Let's not forget about the people in the Oklahoma bombing
families, too.

Not all is fair in high school football

As grandparents who try to support their graAdchildren
when playing sports, we are very disappointed with high school
football.
It's the same old thing with some coaches. It's not the game,
it's the winning and beholding to the "good old boys" alumni
that is most important.
Our grandson dedicated his summer vacation to play foot-
ball: Practiced everyday, sometimes twice a day, extra home
exercise, special dietary drinks (only) to be placed on a second-
ary squad that rarely, if ever, sees any play time.
Where is the dedication of some of the coaches to all team
players?
Most players give a great deal of time and effort to the sport,
but what (do they get) in return? To prance up and down the
sidelines, as the first string plays.
"No child left behind" must not apply to high school football.

Why didn't 'you' help those kittens?

I hope I am not the only one horrified by the rant "People
spotted throwing kittens out of car."
Yes, the people who dumped the kittens were vicious human
beings with no empathy for defenseless animals, but the per-
son writing the rant evidently did nothing to help the kittens,
either.
So, this rant is for and about you.
You wrote that the "kittens cried for two days and nights
straight in the hot humid sun with no food or water." Did you
take them any food or water?
You knew they were there. Evidently you saw them and heard


them for two straight days. How can you live with yourself
knowing that they were out there hungry, thirsty and terrified?
You also wrote "either they are dead or scattered, but you will
answer for this," well guess what? So will you.
If you see a person doing something despicable and yet you
do nothing about it, that makes you just as despicable.
You could have called animal control.
You could have picked up these babies and taken them to a
shelter yourself.
You could have fed and watered them.
It may have been inconvenient for you, but I guarantee there
are many people who would have done the right thing.
Too bad for those kittens you aren't one of those people.
Maybe next time a frightened animal is thrown out of a car, a
person with a conscience will see it happen, not someone like
you.

Shame on ranter for not helping kittens

I'm really devastated regarding people spotted throwing kit-
tens out of a car.
It's one thing to throw kittens out of the car, but who are these
people who listened for two days to kitty cats crying without
water in the hot humid (sun)?
Who are these people who didn't do anything, didn't call 411,
didn't pick up the kitty cats and take them somewhere?
They are more guilty that the people who dumped them.
You cannot sit and listen to (a) kitty cat cry for two days.
I'm just devastated that this world is wicked, but this person
(who) wrote that (rant) is more wicked and shame on them.

What stopped writer from helping kittens?
I am calling in regard to "People spotted throwing kittens out
of car."
If the (writer was) so upset that kittens cried for two days and
nights straight in the hot humid sun with no food or water, why
didn't they give them food or water instead of writing to the
paper and complaining?

Can't justify leaving kittens to die
To the person who saw the kittens thrown from a car on Mer-
ritt Island, and did nothing: Shame on you.
You are as guilty as the person who threw them out (of the
car) if you left them on the roadside for two days, crying for food
and water.
You should have done the responsible thing and either called
animal control or taken them to the animal shelter.
How do you justify leaving them?

Ranter just as bad as person
who threw kittens from car

To the person who spotted someone throwing a litter of cats
out of car: You are just as guilty as this person.


If you witnessed this happening and just left the cats there to
die, what makes you any better?
You wrote: "Those kittens cried for two days and nights
straight in the hot humid sun with no food or water."
(That) leads me to believe that you actually went back to see if
they were still there.
Why did you not call someone to help or, at the very least,
pick them up and take them home with you and take them to
the Humane Society?
Then you have the audacity to call this person out in the
paper?.
What they did is horrendous, but you leaving them there to
die is no better.

Not helping kittens is unforgivable

The letter from a person who spotted someone throwing kit-
tens from a car is no better than they are.
Why didn't this "concerned" person, get the kittens and take
them to one of the animal shelters mentioned in the article?
I guess it is easier to dish out blame than take a positive step
to help the animals.
To criticize others, but take no action to rescue the kittens is,
in my opinion, unforgivable.

Make churches pay taxes

Last weekend while I was driving around Brevard County, I
noticed many new churches in our communities.
I'm not a real estate appraiser, but most of the churches I
(saw) had to cost $800,000 to $1 million per church.
If churches have money like this, why are they exempt from
paying taxes.
Everyone else has to, so why not churches?

'War on terror' not making us safer

Can someone please explain to me how we can still justify
our administration's current policy on the "war on terror" when
(its) own hired gun, Gen. (David) Petraeus, can't even submit,
when questioned by the Senate, that our current strategy is in
fact making the country safer?
Correct me if I am wrong, but isn't that the entire purpose, or
at least the current rhetoric that the Republicans are pushing?

Union strikers should be thankful they have jobs

Those (union) guys sitting on their butts in the shade (on
strike) must have some reality issues.
What are they thinking? With people's lives at stake depend-
ing on their jobs, and with the entire space industry going into
hibernation in a couple of years, (they are) striking for more
"future" benefits?
They are lucky to have jobs at all and should be damn proud
to be working.
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Letters


Don't complain about
non-English speakers;
do something about it

To the editor:
Instead of complaining
about people not knowing
how to speak English,
please become a part of the
solution by teaching them.
The Literacy Alliance of
Brevard trains tutors to
teach reading, writing and
English as a Second Lan-
guage to any legal resident
who wants to improve skills
in those areas. Since the


alliance began administrat-
ing the Adult Literacy Pro-
gram that was formerly a
part of the Brevard libraries,
the majority of requests
have been for ESL. The
alliance needs more volun-
teer tutors.
English is extremely diffi-
cult to learn as a second lan-
guage because it has so
many multi-meaning
words, irregular verbs, etc.
Also, phonetically it is a
nightmare with some vowel
"teams" making as many as
five different sounds.
Classes are offered by the
public schools and colleges,


but the students come out
of the classes still needing
practice in applying the
knowledge. That is where
one-on-one tutoring is
needed.
Some of the public
libraries in Brevard are
starting chat groups for
anyone wanting to practice
speaking English.
I think that is a great
idea.
With as little as two-and-
a-half hours of your time a
week, you could be helping
someone learn to read,
write or speak English. Any-
one wishing to volunteer as


a tutor may call Literacy
Alliance of Brevard at (321)
917-8952.
Margie Kinslow,
Executive director Literacy
Alliance of Brevard,
Titusville

Melbourne
Community Orchestra
a terrific experience

To the editor:
We attended the Mel-
bourne Community
Orchestra's ("Summer's


End") concert in Mel-
bourne Municipal Audito-
rium Sept. 20.
It was absolutely terrific.
The orchestra is made up
of professional musicians,
homemakers, architects,
engineers, nurses, college
students and amateur
musicians who play for
you (their -audience) as a
public service. You see,
attendance is free to all,
with no strings attached.
Their program provided
a variety of show tunes,
light classics and even that
jaunty tune from "The Wiz-
ard of Oz."


The conductor, Witold
Dobrizinski, is a jaunty
and knowledgeable per-
former, who cuts a magnif-
icent figure as the show
progresses.
Following are dates for
their concerts. All of the
concerts begin at 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 31, Nov. 1, Dec. 5-6,
Feb. 13-14, March 26 -27
and May 21-22. We have
marked our calendar for
future concerts and hope
you will also.
They are terrific.
Hubert and Mary Meeks
Melbourne


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Rants & Raves
From page A6
Luckily, it's not up to me as to who gets laid off first when the
time comes. If I was doing their job plus my own while they
wave the flag at traffic all day wanting more for less, they would
be at the top of my list to go out the door first, and be the last to
be asked back.
No wonder nothing is made in America anymore and our
automobiles are the worst instead of the best value in the world.
This (is) from the people who brought you (the phrase), "That's
not my job."

Older drivers just as 'scary' on the roads
I always read Rants & Raves it gives me a great opportunity
to have a good laugh again and again.
My response today is in regard to a recent post regarding
fast drivers. In it, the author suggests that our youth (is)
"mostly" to blame for speeding.
I would have to differ.
Luckily for me, I am able to work from home in the semi-
retirement community of Suntree. As I look out my windows
while working during the day, when youths are generally in
school mind you, there are many of our older folks (who)
have no clue as to how fast they are driving down the streets.
I have tried to flag a few down when I'm outside and most
of the time they don't see me, slow down or care, which is a
scary thought.
Overall, I don't want to start a huge battle over this and I
love being here with my family, but youths are not the bulk
of the problem during the day when my little ones are out-
side playing.

'We the people' must be united in a cause
"We the people" the first three words are tall and strong, let-
ting us know that we the people have the power to change
things.
Those words were not only meant for the people then, but
also for the people now.
If you have a complaint, don't just complain, do some-
thing about it.
I am a 53-year-old veteran who is disabled, and I get out
there and pick up garbage that people throw in the streets
and put it where it belongs.
Since I can do that, so can you.
We are to be united in a cause that is to help us, not hurt
us, and if you believe in something that is good then do
something about it.
Don't just sit around and think that someone else should
do it. We the people have the power to make things right
again.
Unite just like our states are suppose to be. As the song
says, "United we stand, divided we fall."

Make Florida the leader in being green
Florida should become the leader in encouraging green
solutions.
Companies that make, sell or install solar cells or residen-
tial wind turbines that make electricity should be given a tax
advantage to encourage these companies to locate here.
Florida's goal should be that one day every house would
have solar cells, wind turbines and an electric car in the
garage.
Solar cells on Florida homes is a perfect fit for the Sun-
shine State.
We use the most electricity for our (air conditioning)
when the sun is the strongest. If you produce more electrici-
ty than you need, either with wind turbines or solar cells,
your electric meter actually runs backwards as you are sell-
ing the electricity back to the electric company.
A tax break along with this life-long savings would be
wonderful incentives to make a green choice.
Electric cars have already improved to the point that one


would be my choice for a second car no, make that my first
car. My gasoline car would sit in the garage as a backup only.
I prefer to pay 3 cents a mile to 20 cents a mile. I could drive
free if I had enough solar cells.
Companies that manufacture, sell or service exclusively elec-
tric cars or bikes should be given a tremendous tax advantage.
The improved electric car has become a viable solution to a
multi-faceted, dire problem: Pollution, illegal price gouging and
price fixing by the oil companies, foreign dependence on oil
and sacrificing young lives in wars for oil.
Florida should give tax breaks to the homeowners who think
green.
Some homeowner associations have rules to prevent hanging
clothes outside. Perhaps clotheslines should be restricted to the
back yard, but it should be illegal to discourage it entirely.
Everybody should be encouraged to build a safer more ener-
gy efficient home.

Should English be required
for civil service jobs?

When was the last time a U.S. Postal Service employee
asked you where an address is?
I laughed hysterically the other day when one stopped in
one of their mini-delivery trucks and asked me.
The address was and is right next door, clearly marked on
a big sign out in the front yard.
At least this guy was on the right street.
By the way, he is foreign and speaks very poor English.
I quickly thought: The future of our government civil serv-
ice has arrived.
Several decades ago (armed with quite ah education), I
applied to (the postal service) for a job. I couldn't process
the numbers quite fast enough to suit them.
Apparently, not too many others could either. Now,
machines do it.
Did I not know the right people, or what?

There's too much sports on TV
With all the sports channels on TV is it necessary to have
sports on the major networks?
I think not.

Illegal alien problem not hard to solve
With between 12 and 20 million illegal aliens at large in
the (United States), we do need more than just fences to pre-
vent border entry in the future.
Yet nothing has been said about offloading the millions
here now.
The only thing that needs to be done is to get rid of the jobs.
One effective and really simple solution would be to fine
anyone who employs an illegal alien either $5,000 or $10,000
for each violation.
That should take care of some, if not all, of the legal expens-
es and associated matters such as an effective system to iden-
tify those who would not be in violation of minimum wage
laws.
It might even make up some of the medical and Social
Security expenses, too.

Democratic candidates afraid to
condemn MoveOn.org
The Democratic Party has been bought lock, stock and
barrel by MoveOn.org, and aided by DailyKos.com, George
Soros and Norman Hsu.
All (are) heavy contributors to the Democratic Party and
candidates. It's no wonder that the leading Democratic can-
didates for president have not condemned the ad calling
U.S. Gen. George Petraeus a liar and betrayer, for fear they
will lose out on more of their contributions or suffer the
same fate Sen. Joe Lieberman, who was dumped by the
Democratic Party.


Parents must serve as
examples to their children
I was in a business parking lot at an exit waiting behind a
vehicle in front of me to go out onto a main road.
Suddenly, this driver decided to back up instead of go for-
ward. I leaned on the horn to get his attention, but he just
kept coming until he hit the front of my car.
(The driver) apologized and said he didn't see me, nor did
he hear my horn.
He waited around the parking lot until he was sure there
were no vehicles who had people in them who might have
witnessed this accident and then he began to yell that I had
rear-ended him.
I knew at that moment that I was dealing with one of
those less desirables who lie their way through life, have no
conscience and take no responsibility for their actions.
Of course, he lied to both insurance companies. That was
all bad enough, but this man had a young child with him
observing his behavior.
We wonder why our youths today have trouble being
truthful, honest and of good character. Could it be, as in this
child's case, that they have rotten role models?
I don't see how she stands a chance to learn (how) to take
responsibility for her behavior. We are all responsible for our
children, and this man failed not only as a decent human
being but also as a good parent.

Protect babies in strollers from sun's rays
I would like to voice my concern for the many babies out
there with parents (who have) their heads in the sand.
I so often see mothers (and fathers) walking their babies
on a bright warm (hot) sunny day in a stroller or running
strollers for joggers.
Mom and dad have sunglasses and visors or hats on to
protect them from the sun's violent rays.
Then there's the baby. Cute little thing sitting in (his)
stroller with the sun blasting (him) in the face and eyes.
Sometimes they have hoods to keep the sun out, but most
of the time the hood isn't in the right place and the blinding
sun slaps them in the face.
But, not to worry, mom and dad make sure they are pro-
tected with sunglasses and hats.
Do these parents not have the brains to see this?
This is, of course, not all parents. We have to give some
credit for having the "common sense" to realize this.
Give the babies (all small stroller-size children) a break.
Don't even start me on the beach scene and sun where
babies are concerned.

Handy item helps when you have a flat tire
This is in response'to the person who switched his auto
insurance company when he was left stranded on the side
of the road for hours with a flat tire, with no help from them.
Good for you. I would have done the same thing.
May I offer you a bit of advice for the future, though. I'm
not sure what kind of damage your tire had, but if it was a
puncture, a can of Fix-a-Flat may have done the trick.
I always keep a can in my trunk for emergencies. It is a
miracle product.
If you get a flat, maybe driving over a nail, simply attach
the Fix-a-Flat aerosol can to the valve on your tire and watch
the tire inflate before your eyes. You can safely drive your car
to a station to get the tire permanently repaired.
It's a must for anyone who drives a car.

Stop adding notes to the national anthem

I (watched) the opening of the National Football League
between the Colts and the New Orleans Saints.
I've never heard the national anthem destroyed so completely
as it was done then.
I think it's a shame that they can't sing it the way it was (written).
(It doesn't) make any difference if it's Washington D.C.'s Fourth
of July celebration or whatever.
Where did all the extra notes come from.?


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Harris wins
governors award

Harris Corp. has received a
2007 Governors Business
Diversification Award.
The company earned the
award for its development
of advanced technology that
will help the U.S. Census
Bureau conduct a more effi-
cient and secure census in
2010 and potentially save
taxpayers more than $1 bil-
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The company was nomi-
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Economic Development
Commission.

Buy a bagel,
help Wuesthoff
Wuesthoff Health System
and Panera Bread are team-
ing up to honor National
Breast Cancer Awareness
Month with pink ribbon
bagels.
A portion of the proceeds
from these sale of these
bagels will go to Wuesthoff
for breast cancer programs.
Panera is at 4100 Wickham
Road, Melbourne.
d Bible college

announces grand
opening

Christian Faith University,
a fully accredited Bible col-
'S lege, is open and authorized
to grant associates to doc-
torate degrees.
Classes will start Oct. 16
and will be conducted at the
Tabernacle Community
Building, 1619 Ferndale
Ave., Classroom 10, Mel-
bourne.
As part of the grand open-
ing, the college will not take
any money down and will
offer free classes for one
month.
Accelerated courses are
available.
Life experience and high-
er education transfer credits
will be accepted.
Classes will be taught by
Kevin Kilday, who has a doc-
torate in Biblical studies,
and Mary Ellen Kilday, who
has a master's degree in
Christian education.
N Classes will be conducted
Tuesday and Thursday
z evenings, and Saturday


mornings.
For a free catalog and reg-
istration, call (321) 549-
0711.

Washabaugh finalist
for Hospital Heroes
competition

Don Washabaugh of Mel-
bourne has been chosen as
a finalist for the Florida Hos-
pital Association's 2007 Hos-
pital Heroes Award.
Mr. Washabaugh is a radi-
ographer at Wuesthoff Med-
ical Center, Rockledge. He
was chosen for his actions
after a multi-car accident on
Interstate 95 in which he
saved the life of a woman
who was trapped inside a
smoking mini-van.
He has established a fund
to help the woman until she
was out of rehab.
The award will be
announced Oct. 18 in Orlan-
do.

Human resource
group meets Oct. 25

The South Brevard Society
for Human Resource Man-
agement will meet from
5:30-7:30 p.m. Oct. 25 at the
Eau Gallie Yacht Club, 100
Datura Drive, Indian Har-
bour Beach.
Hot and cold hors d'oeu-
vres will be served. Two
drink coupons will be allot-
ted to each participant.
Cost is free, however reser-
vations are requested by vis-
iting www.sbshrm.org.

Mega Marketplace
slated Oct. 25

More than 100 business
professionals will partici-
pate in the Mega Market-
place Oct. 25 at the Holiday
Inn Express & Space Coast
Convention Center, 301
Tucker Lane, Cocoa.
The event is a bi-annual
business-to-business net-
working event.
Registration and lunch will
begin at 11 a.m. with rota-
tions starting at noon. An
after-hours networking
opportunity is planned at 5
p.m.
The event is hosted by the
Cocoa Beach Area, Greater
Palm Bay, Melbourne/Palm


Bay Area and Titusville
chambers of commerce.
Cost to participate is $50
for chamber members and
$100 for nonmembers. Reg-
istration and pre-payment
are required.
For information, call a
local chamber office.

Party for cure
raises $15,000
MELBOURNE Bassett
Furniture Gal ery went pink
on Sept. 13 during the
inaugural "Party For A Cure"
fundraiser.
With more than 250 guests
in attendance, the event fea-
tured live music, pink
champagne, silent auction
items, a sampling of cuisine
from local restaurants, and
one of a kind painted glass-
ware.
The event raised almost
$15,000 to help Wuesthoff
Health System Foundationo
bring state of the art breast
cancer technology to Bre-
vard County.
The party was the official
kick-off of Bassett Furniture
'Gallery's annual commit-
ment to donate a percent-
age of sales in October
towards cancer research and
early detection.
Jennifer Stevens-Batchel-
lor, daughter of Rich Stevens
and owner of Bassett Furni-
ture Gallery, is a four-year
survivor of breast cancer.
MIMA Doctor
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recertification

Dr. E. Schuyler Dejong has
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geons.
Dr. Dejong, who is affiliat-
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medicine.He works in the
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a California company that specializes in
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Biamonte celebrates
15 years of service
Nicki A. Biamonte of Space
Coast Financial Associates,
an office of MetLife, recently
celebrated 15 years of serv-
ice with the company.
She is a financial services
executive, MetDESK spe-
cialist, fellow of Life Under-
writer Trainign Council, cer-
tified by the Corporation for
Long Term Care and a regis-
tered representative of
MetLife Securities.
Her agency is at 150 Inter-
lachen Road, Melbourne.

Medical office
changes name

All Brevard Chiro-Med has
been renamed Injury Treat-
ment Solutions.
"Many people were con-
fused by the name," said
owner Dr. Mitchell Green-
berg.
Located on Evans Road
next to El Chico, the compa-
ny offers a medical doctor,
chiropractors and physical
therapy in one place.
For information, call (888)
447-7735.

Music students
work on album
Grammy-nominated Little
House of Music creator
Georgia Lucking-Germond
has released her latest
album, "Two Octaves of
Kids."
Sixteen of her music stu-
dents, ages 5-14, composed
and performed the music.
Student Haille Patterson did
the artwork, graphics and
composed a song.
,For information, visit
www. littlehouseofmusic.co
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For Hometown News


Space Coast PR
group honors
members
FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

The Space Coast Chapter of
Florida Public Relations
Association hosted a Roast &
Toast event Sept. 7 at the
Courtyard by Marriott in
Cocoa Beach.
Leo Roselip, president of
Habitat for Humanity of Bre-
vard, was the emcee. The
event recognized Rob Rains,
president and chief executive
officer of the United Way of
Brevard, and Andrea Farmer
as Public Relations Profes-
sional of the year.
The 2007-2008 board of
directors were announced:
Linda Herridge, president;
Amelia Woodbridge, presi-
dent-elect; Shanti Brasing-
ton, past president; GeoRop-
ert, executive vice president
and vice president of mem-
bership; Alecia McCoy, sec-
etary; Katherine Sonn, treas-
urer; Andrea Farmer, vice
president of accreditation;
NancyWilliamson, vice pres-
ident of communications;
Sam Gutierrez, vice presi-
dent of resource develop-
ment; Barry Eager, historian;
Jerry Stansfield, member at
large; and Fran Stewart, vice
president of community
relations.
Also, four members were
recognized for contribution
to the success of the organi-
zation: Nancy Williamson,
Rising Star Award; Barry
Eager, Doris Fleishman
Award; Terri Stone, Chapter
Service Award; and Kather-
ine Sonn, Member of the
Year.


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help Dawn Walsh
A Night for Dawn Walsh
Benefit is planned 3-9 p.m.
Oct. 8 at Beef O'Brady's,
3030 Lake Washington Road,
Melbourne.
A donation from each din-
ing check will be made to
the Benefit of Dawn Walsh
Fund at Washington Mutual.
Also winners of a raffle of a
three-night cruise and two
weekend getaways will be
announced.
For ticket information, call
Diane Cronk at (321) 223-
3475 or Patty Toppa at (321)
749-6470.

Annual tack
sale slated
The third annual New and
Used Tack Sale is planned 1-
3 p.m. Oct. 6-7 at Harmony
Farms, 5300 Stadium Park-
way, Viera.
For information, call (321)
631-9433 or (321) 242-4929,
or visit www.harmonyfarm-
sinc. corn.
Donations are tax
deductible.

Native plant group
meets Oct. 10
The Conradina Chapter of


the Florida Native Plant
Society will meet at 7 p.m.
Oct. 10 in the Melbourne
Public Library, 540 E. Fee
Ave.
There will be a presenta-
tion on "Landscape and
Gardening with Florida
Native Plants."
For information, call
Sharon at (321) 729-6857.

Learn to make
homemade mixes
Beth Shephard, an exten-
sion agent for the Universi-
ty of Florida, will present a
program on Healthy Home-
made Mixes.
The program will be from
10 a.m. to noon Oct. 11 at
the West Melbourne Public
Library, 2755 Wingate Blvd.
Participants will make
their own mixes. Cost is
$10.
Call (321) 633-1702 for
information.

Church plans
pumpkin patch, more
WEST MELBOURNE A
Pumpkin Patch and Coun-
try Store is planned noon to
8 p.m. daily, Oct. 13-31, at
Wesley United Methodist
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gathered at the David
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This is also a great place to
take family pictures.
Also available will be
crafts and baked goods.
The Wesley Fall Festival
will be 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct.
20. There will be children's
games, climbing wall,
pumpkin decorating,
prizes, food, crafts and ven-
dors.
For information, call (321)
727-7585.


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Statewide, 18,800 house-
holds will be contacted by


phone. This is the largest sur-
vey of its kind ever conducted.
Residents will be asked how
they will respond to an evac-
uation versus how they
responded in the past.
The information will be
used not only for updates to
hurricane evacuation stud-


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Sarah A. Bersoux
Army Pvt. Sarah A.
Bersoux has graduated from
basic combat training at
Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C..
She is the daughter of
Susan Bersoux of Mel-
bourne and a 2007 graduate
of Eau Gallie High School,
Melbourne.

Michael J.
Blickenstaff
Army Pfc. Michael J. Blick-
enstaff has graduated from
basic combat training at
Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
He is the son of Edward
Blickenstaff of Palm Bay and
a 2006 graduate of Mel-
bourne High School.

Jonathan A.
Guadalupe
Army Pvt. Jonathan A.
Guadalupe has graduated
from basic combat training
at Fort Jackson, Columbia,
S.C.
He is the son of Francisco
Guadalupe of League City,
Texas, and grandson of Lois


Nicolo Pugilisi
Nicolo Pugilisi, 33, of West
Melbourne died Thursday,
Sept. 27, 2007, in Palm Bay.
He was born July 2, 1974,
in Praia A Mare, Italy. He
emigrated to the United
States in 1976.
He was the owner of the
Monte Carlo Arcade and
Arcadia Enterprise in Mel-
bourne and a Roman
Catholic.
He was a big soccer fan,
loved motorcycles and was
a devoted father to his son
and family.
He is survived by his 8-


Price of Melbourne.
He is a 2000 graduate of
Satellite High School, Satel-
lite Beach.

Yair 1. Guerrero
Army Pvt. Yair I. Guerrero
has graduated from Basic
Combat Training at Fort
Knox, Ky.
He is the son of G. Bianca
Cerciello of Melbourne and
a 2004 graduate of Rock-
ledge High School.

Allison M. Maclara
Allison M. Maclara has
graduated from the Army
Reserve Officer Training
Corps Leader's Training
Course at Fort Knox, Ky.
The four-week course is a
leadership internship for
cadets that can lead to the
ultimate goal of becoming
an Army officer.
The cadet is a student at
Florida Institute of Technol-
ogy, Melbourne.
She is the daughter of Eric
B. and Andrea Maclara of
West Melbourne.
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sister, Bar-
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Burger; a
b ro t her, Pugilisi
Gueseppe
Pugilisi; an aunt and uncle,
Anna and Barry Montilone.
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The following events and programs are
planned in October at Barnes & Noble
Booksellers, 1955 W. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne.
All events are free.
For information, call (321) 726-8817.
* Celebrate Olivia Day: 11 a.m. Oct. 6,
Honor the adorable pig Olivia, created by
Ian Falconer.
* Book signing: 2 p.m. Oct. 6. "The Par-
adise Trilogy" keeps the pace with the
youngest detective in the fictional town of
Paradise, which is based on Melbourne.
With the author, George Carpten.
* Principal Storytime: 5:30 p.m. Oct. 9.
With Westside Elementary School's princi-
pal, Elaine Passanisi.
* Teen Poetry: 7 p.m. Oct. 9. Facilitated by
Kit Adams.
* Tales for Tots: 10:30 a.m. Oct. 11. "Beetle
Bop" by Denise Fleming.
* Educator's breakfast: 7 a.m. Oct. 13. All
pre-kindergarten to grade 12 educators
invited. Renew educator card, meet super-
intendent of Brevard Public Schools, hear
author Gerald Sharpe speak. Refreshments.
Prizes.
* Book signing: 9 a.m. Oct. 13. Gerald
Sharpe, author of the children's book, "What


Lies Beneath the Bed."
American Girl Club: 10 a.m. Oct. 13. Age
6 and older. "Samantha Learns a Lesson."
Craft and refreshments. Reservation
required; (321) 726-9505.
Booklover's Club: 1:30 p.m. Oct. 16.
Selections from Grimm's Fairy Tales.
Brevard Reading Council Night: 5 p.m.
Oct. 16.
Manga Book Club: 7 p.m. Oct. 17.
"Saikano" by Shin Takahashi
Principal Storytime: 6 p.m. Oct. 18. With
Riviera Elementary Schools principal, Linda
Piccolella,
Non-Fiction Book Club: 7 p.m. Oct. 18.
,"Hugo Chavez" by Nikolas Kozloff.
Book signing: 2 p.m. Oct. 20. Samuel
Hynes, author of the World War II memoir,
"Flights of Passage." He was recently featured
in Ken Burn's PBS documentary, "The War."
Romance Reader's Circle: 7 p.m. Oct. 23.
"Beauty Shop Tales: by Nancy Robards
Thompson.
Storytime with Ms. Chris: 10:30 a.m. Oct.
25. "Skippyjon Jones and the Big Bones."
Princess Party Storytime: 11 a.m. Oct.
27. In honor of the King Center Educational
Theatre's production of "Cinderella," the
store will host a "Princess Party." Come
dressed as a princess, listen to a story, and
enter to win tickets to the show.


Grape Escape travels to Disney


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

A Grape Escape trip to Dis-
ney World will benefit the
Health First Heart Institute.
This year's event, sched-
uled 6-11 p.m. Oct. 13, will
be at Citrico in the Grand
Floridian Resort. Atten-
dance is by sponsorship,
which range from $1,000 to
$25,000. For information,
call (321) 434-7140.
Highlights include a mul-


tiple course meal, with each
dish paired with a specially
selected wine from the
restaurant's wine cellar.
The event also includes a
live auction of valuable
wines, vacation packages
and fine art.
Wesche Jewelers will
design a one-of-a-kind
piece exclusively for the
auction.
The Grand Floridian is
providing a discounted rate
for those who wish to stay


the night. To receive this
rate, call (407) 824-1383 and
mention Health First Foun-
dation/Grape Escape event.
Participants also will get
an opportunity to attend a
wine tasing party at the
home of Myra Haley of
Lansing Island. Foods and
wines will be provided by
Green Turtle Market in Indi-
an Harbour Beach.
Corporate sponsorships
range from $1,000 to
$25,000.


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* Henry McCail Scott, 34,
of 501 Ixora Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
24 with selling cocaine and
possession of cocaine with
intent to sell.
* Phu Thanh Tran, 23, of
366 Silver Frost St., Palm
Bay, was charged Sept. 24
with two counts of violation
of probation.
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Robert William Johnston,
36, of 898 Shaw Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
25 with battery-domestic
violence.
Ryan Raymond Kemp,
27, of 1103 Beacon St. N.W,
Palm Bay, was charged Sept.
25 with felony driving under
the influence, two counts of
driving while intoxicated
with damage to person or
property, careless driving
and driving while license
suspended.
Lashona Denise Satterth-
waite, 21, address unknown,
was charged Sept. 25, with
being a habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-
pended license.
Jimmy Lewis Smith, 33,
of 2365 Cottonwood St.,
West Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 25 with bat-
tery-domestic violence.
* Robert Phillip Charlton,
26, of 1338 Alcazar St. S.E.,
Palm Bay, was charged Sept.
26 with burglary and petty
theft.
* Brian Berkley Crowder,
30, of 1607 Ashcroft St. N.W,
Palm Bay, was charged Sept.


26 with three counts of vio-
lation of probation.
* Eric Scott McCue-Hig-
gins, 25, of 213 Sanibel Way,
Melbourne Beach, was
charged Sept. 26 with bat-
tery-domestic violence.
* Nola Jane Roof, 51, of
5090 N. U.S.1, No. 8, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
26 with violation of commu-
nity control.
* Jeremy DavidWinton, 35,
of 830 Garvey Road S.W,
Palm Bay, was charged Sept.
26 with criminal use of a
personal ID, fraudulent use
of a credit card, worthless
check, failure to appear-
traffic and non-support.
* Joshua Chad Harrah, 37,
of 7584 Mimosa Ave., West
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 27 with two counts of
passing, uttering or publish-
ing a false or forged pre-
scription and acquiring or
obtaining a controlled sub-
stance by misrepresentation
or fraud.
* Jesse Wayne Lomnicky,
44, address unknown, was
charged Sept. 27 with bur-


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Don't let some conversations become par for the birds


It had been a really long,
and particularly grueling
day at work for Mr.
Henderson.
It had all begun many
hours earlier when the alarm
insisted that he awake before
5 a.m. to clear the plates and
cups from the dishwasher,
clean the cat box, make
lunches for the boys and
himself, and p out some
fresh clothes to wear. He had
even managed to squeeze
out 20 minutes on the
treadmill before he knocked
on the doors to rouse his two
sons.
"Let's go Ryan," he called
to his 14-year-old freshman
at St. Peter's Preparatory
Institution.
"You too, Mark. Up and at
'em!" he barked to his 6-year-
old St. Pete's Lower School
boy.
As the boys dragged their
bodies to the kitchen table to
consume whatever foods
awaited them, Mr. Hender-
son smiled.
"Their mother would have
been so proud of these big
guys," he thought as he
reflected on his recently
departed wife.
The day had been long for
the boys as well, and they
were enjoying a few
moments of downtime.
"You know Dad, hurri-
canes can be really bad for
birds," Mark said in a very
grownup voice. "Sometimes
the storms start to form
around them, and the winds
blow really hard."
"Sure thing, pal," Mr.
Henderson said absent-
mindedly as he began to flip
through his newspaper.
"Dad, some things have
been happening after school


DOUGLAS PARKER
Doing Just the Right Thing

that I'm kind of worried
about," Ryan began cau-
tiously. Ryan knew how upset
his father had been since the
accident, and he didn't want
to add anything more for
him to be troubled about.
"Really. The birds don't
really know what's happen-
ing until it might be too late,
and they don't know what to
do."
"It's some of the kids on
the bus. They sit in the back
and the driver can't hear or
see what they're doing."
"I see, I see," said Mr.
Henderson as he folded the
paper backward.

Doing just the right thing
means knowing how the
people important to us speak
and how they listen. In a
previous column, under-
standing that kids act like
kids and giving them enough
space to develop was dis-
cussed. There are times,
however, when their words
are not child's play. It is vital
that parents and teachers
monitor children for sudden
mood or behavior swings, as


they can be indicators of
serious troubles. It is also
critical that the children
know how to tell trusted
adults when there is a
problem.
One positive way to
encourage this is to teach your
children the language and
words ofassertiveness. They
need to be able to make "I
statements"about things that
are important, and be able to
articulate what they need to
help them. This is not an.easy
skill for a child to learn, and it
takes some practice. But, it is
well worth the effort.

Mark continued, "So by the
time that the birds know
what's happening, the
hurricane has formed all
around them, and their only
hope is to fly along inside the


eye of the storm."
'And these kids, Dad, for
the last couple of days
they've been telling me if I
don't go along with what they
want, they're going to do
something bad to me. It's like
I'm surrounded when I'm on
that bus."
'And the birds will get
sucked into the storm and
die if they don't go along with
the hurricane, and who
knows where that will lead
them."
Mr. Henderson was deep
in the sports pages.
"Dad," Ryan said in a firm
voice. "Dad, I am being
pushed into doing some-
thing I know is wrong by
those boys on the school bus.
I need your help. I need you
to help me find a solution to
this problem."


"Of course, Ryan, of
course. Let's work this
through together," said Mr.
Henderson, who was now
firmly focused on his oldest
son.
"If someone on the
ground would just help one
bird escape the storm,
wouldn't that make a
difference, Dad?" Mark
asked, as he picked up one of
his toys.
Douglas Parker, a lifelong
educator, veteran English
teacher, coach and school
administrator, has written
four books and his work has
been highlighted in The
Washington Post. He can be
reached at DParker@Bright-
Pennies.com.


Choir workshop
planned Oct. 26-27

A choir workshop weekend is planned
Oct. 26-27 at Eastminister Presbyterian
Church, 106 N. Riverside Drive, Indi-
alantic.
The event is sponsored by the church
and the Space Coast Chapter of the
American Guild of Organists.
A Festival of Hymns" is planned at 7
p.m. Friday. An offering will be taken.
An adult choir workshop is planned
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The leader is Jean
Anne Shafferman, director of Church
Choral Publications for Alfred Publish-
ing Co.
Workshop fee is $20, which includes a
packet of anthems and lunch. The dead-


line is Oct. 19.
For information, call (321) 723-8371 or
visit www.eastminster-presby.org.

Choirs perform Oct. 6
at Shiloh AME

The Shiloh AME Church Usher Board is
planning a musical program at 7 p.m.
Oct. 6 at the church, 2519 HarryT. Moore
Ave., Mims.
The event features choirs from Friend-
ship Missionary Baptist, Mount Moriah
AME, Mount Olive AME and St. Mary
Baptist churches.
For information, call Willie Addison at
(321) 267-7941.

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Reunions

Following is a list of
reunions in Brevard
County.
* Cocoa Beach High
School, Class of 1977:
Nov. 23-24. Friday, "Grip
and Grin" after alumni
football game; Saturday,
evening dinner dance;
Sunday, family barbecue.
www.cbhsl977.org or
cbhsl 977@bellsouth.net.
Cocoa Beach High
School, Class of 1987:
Nov. 23-24. Reunion com-.
mittee is looking for miss-
ing classmates. Faith
(O'Connor) Grogan, (321)
501-4383 or
cbhsl987@aol.com.
Cocoa Junior Woman's
Club: November. Former
members of this defunct
group are asked to call
(321) 452-4494 and leave a
message, or write to
Cocoa Junior Woman's
Club, 250 Thorn Tree
Drive, Boone, N.C. 28607
and include an e-mail
address or telephone
number. Organizers:
Diane Doane, Mary Hahn,
Lois Wegendt, JoAnne
Rice and Sherie. Bauer
Kennedy.
Merritt Island High
School, Class of 1967:
Oct. 12-13. Barbecue tail-
gate party, homecoming
game between MIHS and
a semi-formal dinner
dance gala Saturday night
at the Cocoa Beach
Hilton. Make reservations
soon. For information,
call Laura Moffett, (321)
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aboard a cruise liner. So,
you go scouting for chow.
As I wrote previously, you
have options: The buffet
restaurant, topside and
poolside. You've got room
service, which doesn't have
a full lunch menu and is
limited to a couple of
sandwiches and snacks, and
the main dining room with
open seating, which I prefer.
I should mention that
some cruisers prefer to
patronize the many bars. On
a sea day, the poolside bars,
as well as elsewhere on the
ship, are kept very busy, as
are the many bars' wait
staff. All bar beverages cost
extra, including bottled
water, and a 15 percent
gratuity is added to your
bill.
By the way, any purchas-
es you make aboard ship
are paid with a "sea" card,
which you are given at
check-in time. At any time,
you can verify your expen-
ditures (onboard account)
by asking at the ship's
reception desk or using the
in-room TV facility for
checking the account. The
on-board account usually
closes at around midnight


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Travel columnist
the last night of the cruise.
Very early the morning you
dock at the home port,
your receipt is slid under
the door of your cabin. If
the charges are correct you
have nothing to do. They'll
be credited to the credit
card that you provided at
check-in time. Paying for
your on-board account
with cash depends on the
cruise line and ship on
which you are traveling.
For afternoon activities, I
again I refer to the daily
program sheet, which I
always try to carry with me


Community
From page A9


Library, 2755 Wingate Boule-
vard.
She toured and taught in the
mission schools of Ndola. She
and her daughter, Kaley, spent
time in a boarding school for
children with disabilities.
Bush tea (and regular tea)
will be served in honor of the
"No. 1 Ladies Detective
Agency Series.
Call (321) 952-4508 for infor-
mation.

Sept. 11 Truth
Movement plans event
The Sept. 11 Truth Move-
ment has planned a sign-
waving event from 4:30-6:30
p.m. Oct. 11 at the corner of
U.S. 1 and the Melbourne


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Causeway.
This is a nationwide event
conducted on the llth of
the month by those who
question the government's
official Sept. 11 story.
Free literature and DVDs
will be offered.

Tea to fund
scholarships
Fifty Plus & Bridging is
planning a tea party at 2
p.m. Oct. 13 in Max Rodes
Park community center,
3000 Minton Road, West
Melbourne.
Tea attire is welcome.
There will be prizes.
Cost is $15. Proceeds will
benefit the group's scholar-
ship fund.


so I know what's going on,
where and when.
In general, afternoon
activities are much like
those in the morning, with
one notable change.
Afternoon tea and desserts
are served in the buffet
restaurant around 4:30
p.m.
Self -service ice cream is
available almost 24-hours a
' day. Specialty coffees and
desserts are available, at an
extra charge, from early
morning until late in the
evening. The caf6 area is
usually indoors in a nice,
comfortable part of a main
deck. Often, there's a piano
player or some other
musical entertainment
available at certain times.
Even if you don't buy any
coffee or cake it's a nice
place to sit back, relax and
people watch, if you are so
inclined. I'm sure that
many of you would be
attracted to the Ben &
Jerry's kiosk where you can
enjoy a portion of their
delectable ice cream (at an
additional cost).
Often, I resort to a nap in
the late afternoon in order
to fortify myself for the


For tickets, call (321) 956-
9495 or (321) 728-4317.

Shriners prepare
barbecue dinner
The Azan Shriners will
serve an old-fashioned bar-
becue from 12:30 to 4 p.m.
Oct. 13 in the Shrine Audito-
rium, 1591 W. Eau Gallie
Blvd., Melbourne.
Patron may dine in or
carry out. Cost is $8.
Entertainment will be pro-
vided by the Azan Hillbilly
Band.
Walk-ins are welcome.
Also, tickets will be sold at
the Shriners Center Office.
Call (321) 259-5302 for
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evenings' activities. If you
haven't already found this
out in the morning, you'll
find the shower a bit on the
cozy side. Some folks use
the technique of soaping
down the walls and then
rotating their bodies to soap
down efficiently (said with
tongue in cheek). I'm small,
so I have no problem in the
shower.
Many folks get "dressed
up" for dinner, while other.,
dress casually. I'm in the
latter group and feel more
comfortable in a collared
shirt, slacks and on formal
nights, a sports coat. I '
usually take no ties with me.
I'll be talking about a
typical evening at sea on an
ocean cruise, in the third
and last part of three
narratives describing one
typical day on an ocean
cruise.
Look for part three in
about three weeks.
Eric Mascarenhas is a
travel consultant with
Gadabout Travel in Sebast-
ian. Call him at (772) 589-
0633. Gadabout also has an
office in Melbourne, (321)
253-3674.


WAVES to learn
more about Shriners
The Space Coast Unit 75 of
WAVES National will meet at
10:30 a.m. Oct. 13 in the At
East Club, Indian River
Colony Club, 1936 Freedom
Drive, Melbourne.
Robert Bauer, public rela-
tions chairman of the Azan
Shriners Center, will give a
report on the recent hospital
screening clinic conducted
at the center and discuss the
history of the Shriners.
The WAVES welcomes dis-
charged, retired and active
women from all the sea
services.
For information, call (321)
751-0108.

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p.m. Oct. 18 at Archway
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Notables
From page A3


has won two world champi-
onships.

Merritt island

Will Perdue is a Merritt
Island High School graduate
who won a total of five
championship rings in the
National Basketball Associa-
tion. His shoe size of
21AAAAA was the largest in
the NBA.
During his college career,
Perdue played Vanderbilt
University and started
alongside Michael Jordan as
a center for the Chicago
Bulls, where he won three
championships. Perdue also
won two championship
rings with David Robinson
and the San Antonio Spurs.
He is currently working as
an NBA analyst for ESPN
and is also a commentator
for the Orlando Magic radio
network.
Jimmy Black graduated
from- Merritt Island High
School and was Bobby Bow-
deh's first quarterback at
Florida State University.
Other notable Mustangs
include former National
Football League players
such as Tampa Bay Bucs and
New York Giants running
back Leon Bright, Houston
Oilers defensive back Bubba
McDowell, Jacksonville
Jaguars tight end Derek
Brown.

Indialantic

Doug Flutie, who attend-
ed Hoover Middle School,
starred as the starting quar-
terback at Boston College
started and for the Buffalo
Bills in the NFL.

Melbourne

Jim Morrison, lead singer
of the classic rock band
"The Doors," was born in
Melbourne in 1943.
Darrell Hammond, star
of "Saturday Night Live", was
born in Melbourne and
graduated from Melbourne
High School.
CSI star Jorja Fox grew
up in Melbourne and
attended Melbourne High
School. She has also starred
on other hit TV shows such
as "Law and Order" and
"ER."
Bruce Bochy, whocur-
rently manages the San
Francisco Giants and once
managed the San Diego
Padres, played catcher and
first base for Brevard Com-
munity College.
Tim Wakefield, pitcher
for the Boston Red Sox, was
born and raised in Mel-
bourne. He graduated from
Eau Gallie High School and
the Florida Institute of Tech-
nology and was drafted by
the Pirates. During the off-
season, he resides in Mel-
bourne.
Prince Fielder, son of for-
mer baseball star Cecil
'Fielder, is the star first base-
man for the Milwaukee
Brewers. He played at Eau
Gallie High School and was
drafted by the Brewers in
2002.
Matt Walters graduated
from Eau Gallie High School
and was a starting defensive
lineman on the Miami Hur-
ricanes 2001 national cham-
pionship team. He played a
few seasons with the New
York Jets and Miami Dol-
phins.


Melbourne Beach

Dayle Hinman- first
femaleFBI criminal profiler
and host of Court TV's Body
of Evidence, resides in Mel-
bourne Beach.

Palm Bay

Reggie Nelson graduated
from Palm Bay High School,
starred as the defensive back
on the Florida. Gator's
national championship foot-
ball team and was drafted by
the Jacksonville Jaguars as
the 21st pick in the 2007 NFL
Draft.
* Xavier Carter graduated
from Palm Bay High School
football, was a track and field
star and a wide receiver at
Louisiana State University.
He is now a runner for the
U.S. Olympic team.

Titusville

Jim "Hacksaw" Duggan,


a professional wrestler for
World Wrestling Entertain-
ment, lives in Titusville.
Chris Collinsworth, a
graduate of Astronaut High
School, played wide receiv-
er for the Florida Gators
and the Cincinnati Ben-
gals. He currently works as
an NFL analyst for HBO
and NBC.
* Wilber Marshall gradu-
ated from Astronaut High
School and played line-
backer for the Florida
Gators, Chicago Bears,
Washington Redskins,
Houston Oilers, .Arizona
Cardinals and New York
Jets.
* Aaron Walker graduated
from Astronaut High
School and started every
one of his. games as tight
end when he played for
the Florida Gators. He was
drafted by the San Fransi-
co 49ers and is currently
playing for the St. Louis'
Rams.


Community
From page A12
life and strategies coach,
will be the presenter.
Cost is $20. Seating is lim-
ited. To reserve a spot, call
(321) 794-7550 or e-mail
Lifecoaching7746@aol. corn.

Childbirth classes
scheduled
The Brevard Chapter of
Florida Outreach Childbirth
Education Project has sched-
uled childbirth classes.
Cost is $50. Register by call-
ing Katie at (321) 252-4573.
Classes are planned at the
Women's Center, 1425 Aurora
Road, Melbourne, from 6:30-
9 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7 to
Dec. 5.
Also, classes will be at the
Babcock Center, 3661 Bab-
cock St., Melbourne, from
6:30-9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1
to Dec. 6.
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Fascinating things found on Hometown News' Web page


O ne question that I am
frequently asked is
"Where can someone
obtain past columns?"
Sometimes people
remember a particular
subject matter I covered a
while ago, or maybe they
missed an issue.
Often I will get these
requests from people asking
me to e-mail them a copy of
a past column.
In just about every case, I
find the people asking are
surprised to learn that
Hometown News has a Web
site with an extensive
archive of past columns.-
Lets take a look.
Fire up your Web browser


SEAN MCCARTHY
Compute This
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look around. If you enjoy
the print version of this


valuable resource then you
are going to love what you
find online.
Once you get to the home
page, you will see links
along the top that will take
you to the classified section,
information about working
for Hometown News, rack
locations (a great way to
find a copy in your area), a
way to contact the paper
and links for advertising
information and featured
advertisers.
Along the left bar, you will
find news links for each of
the counties the paper is
published in five counties:
Brevard, Indian River,
Martin, Palm Beach; St.


Lucie and Volusia.
Following these links will
allow you to read the top
stories in each area for the
week, which is a great way
to stay informed, especially
if a story you may be
interested is printed in an
edition that is several
counties away from you.
Below the county news
link list you will find links to
all of the feature columns
for each week: classified,
rants & raves, dining guide,
entertainment, etc...
Of course, a link to my
column is listed as "comput-
er/technology."
There are many more
links than I've listed. If you


have a favorite columnist
and miss an article, you can
find it here. Also, sometimes
a columnist's submission
for the week may get,
published in one county
edition but not another;
here's a way to keep up to
date.
One of the great features
of this Web site is the
column archives. Let's say
you are looking for a past
issue of one of my columns.
Click the "computer/tech-
nology" link and this will
bring you to my most recent
column. Underneath the
column title, click "archives"
and you will have access to
everything I've written


dating to January 2004.
The same holds true for
all the regular columnists.
Looking for one of Arlene
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Click the "cooking/food" -
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Hello, smart shoppers.
Hope you had a
good week.
Today's column has
additions to my spaghetti
sauce that should make
Steven, a fan who lost his
wife, happy.
A casatta cake, an Italian
specialty, tops off the menu.
Ricotta, the soft creamy
cheese used in pasta dishes,
is also used in fillings and
frostings for cakes.
Love cannoli? The filling
is made with ricotta.
Enjoy. See you next week!

ITALIAN MEATBALLS
SERVES 4 OR MORE
REGULAR OR LOW-FAT

When you use "fresh
ground" beef, meatballs can
be low fat.
My recipe was handed
down to my mother. A
combination of ground
beef, pork and veal can be
used, but we preferred them
with beef. I can remember
as a teenager being told,
"There are seven ingredi-
ents in the recipe plus the
meat."
You must count on your
fingers: salt, pepper, egg,
garlic, cheese, parsley and
bread.
If you use regular ground
chuck or beef, which
contains a fair amount of
fat, the seven ingredients
still hold true. When using
fresh, virtually fat-free
ground beef an eighth
ingredient must be added to
keep the meatballs from
going flat, and that is bread-
crumbs.
Note: Using fresh ground
beef?Add 1 tablespoon extra
virgin olive oil per pound.

1 pound fresh ground
"fat-free" beef
2 large eggs, equivalent
egg substitute or 3 egg
whites
4 slices white bread or
equivalent of Italian
bread
2 medium cloves garlic,
chopped
1 tablespoon plain
breadcrumbs
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon black
pepper
5 or 6 sprigs fresh Italian
parsley, chopped or 1
tablespoon dried
1 handful grated Romano
cheese

Soak bread in water,
squeeze dry. If using Italian
bread (preferred), remove
as much crust as possible.
Place all ingredients in a
bowl; mix with your hands.
Shape into balls a little
larger than a golf ball. Place
on a cookie sheet that has
been treated with cooking
spray. Bake at 350 degrees
for about 30 minutes.
Meatballs should be


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Romancing the Stove
with the Grammy Guru

cooked in the spaghetti
sauce for 30 minutes. Over
cooking will make them fall
apart.

ITALIAN SAUSAGE
FOR SPAGHETTI
SAUCE

To reduce the fat, cut
sausage into 3 or 4 inch
pieces. Prick all over with a
fork and bake on racks in a
cookie sheet at 350 degrees
for about 30 minutes. Add
to spaghetti sauce and cook
for 30 minutes.
Hint: If you use both
sweet and hot sausages,
place a toothpick in the hot
sausage to avoid unwel-
come surprises.

PORK SPARE RIBS
FOR SPAGHETTI
SAUCE
SERVES 4-5

1 rack of spare ribs

Cut ribs apart between
each bone and trim as
much fat as possible. Place
on rack in cookie sheet,
bake at 350 degrees for 30 to
40 minutes until browned.
Add to sauce. Ribs should
be cooked in the sauce for.
about 1 hour or until fork
tender.

BRACIOLE
SERVES 6

Ask the butcher for
braciole. Years ago flank
steak was used, today we
use round steak. This is my
family's recipe. I recently
had braciole with a sprin-
kling of breadcrumbs added
to the meat and it was very
good.

1 pound braciole
3 or 4 large cloves garlic,
chopped
Several sprigs fresh Italian
parsley, chopped
Grated Romano cheese
Salt and pepper
White string
Spaghetti sauce

Score meat, cover with
waxed paper and pound to
flatten and tenderize. Cover


meat with next five ingredi-
ents.
Roll and tie securely with
string. Brown in a little oil or
cooking spray. Add to sauce.
Cook for 1-1/4 to 1-1/2
hours until meat is fork-
tender. Remove from sauce,
cut away string and slice in
1/2-inch pinwheels.

ITALIAN CASSATA
CAKE
(NIB)

This recipe is from my
cousin, Ermalina. The cake
is purchased from the
bakery of a supermarket or
a bakery store. I presume
from her instructions it is a
high cake.

1 sponge cake
1/3 cup raspberry jam
1 cup confectioner's
sugar
1 cup candied fruit
1 container (2 pounds)
ricotta
3/4 tablespoons orange
liqueur
3 squares semi-sweet
chocolate, chopped fine
* 5 tablespoons chopped
pistachio nuts

Beat ricotta in a large
bowl until smooth. Add
sugar, chocolate, nuts and
candied fruit (save best
pieces of fruit to decorate
top of cake).
Cut cake into thin layers
(3 or 4), moisten top of
layers with liqueur, spread a
little jam over top of layer
and top with some ricotta
mixture. Continue stacking
layers leaving top of cake
plain. Chill until set, (at
least 2 hours).
Cover top with leftover
ricotta mixture or dust with
confectioner's sugar.
Decorated with reserved
fruit.

Let's talk: Arlene Borg,
the Grammy Guru, is
available for talks from
southVero to Hobe Sound.
Call (772) 465-5656 or (800)
823-0466.
NIB: When a recipe is
not in Mrs. Borg's cookbook
it will have (NIB) next to the
tide.
Buy the book: For an
autographed cookbook,
"Romancing the Stove With
the Grammy Guru," send
$19.50($15-book, $1 tax and
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Borg, 265 S.W. Port St. Lucie
Blvd. No. 149, Port St. Lucie,
FL 34984. Check, Visa,
MasterCard or Paypal are
accepted. Books are also
available at local book-
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E-mail: arlene@romanc-
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Joey chme to the shelter with a
bunch of his siblings. His sib-
lings are gone and now he is all41
'~ alone. Joey has spent most of
~.his life in a cage and is sweet,
loving and playful despite it all.
He can't stay at the shelter
much longer.



Tuxedo kitt"

Ginger was dumped at the
shelter after nine years
ip because her family could "no
longer care" for her. Ginger
is good with children, cats
and dogs. Ginger is very
sweet and loving but very
scared at the shelter. Please
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Brevard Antiques, Col-
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902 Jordan Blass Drive.
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Solar tours: 10 a.m., 11
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da Solar Energy Center, 1679
Clearlake Road, Cocoa.
Exhibits. demonstrations.


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lence) happens more
often."
Stuart Borton, owner of
Yellow Dog Cafe in Mal-
abar, also joined the Serene
Harbor board of directors
to help women in need.
"When you have some-
one being hurt, they need
a safe place to go," he said..
"We would love to see
people come out to this
event and support Serene
Harbor."
In addition to silent and
live auctions for a multi-
tude of designer purses,
the evdnt will also feature
a number of vendors with
tabletop displays.
Representatives from
Tastefully Simple, Week-
enders, Mary Kay Cosmet-
ics, Beijo Bags, Mary
McCarthy's Bridal Ware
and Premier Designs will
join other vendors with
merchandise available for
purchase.
Members of the Seaside
Piecemakers will be sell-
ing raffle tickets for a


handmade 92-by-1 15-
inch quilt called Seaside
Regatta, said Nancy Loftis,
member of the group.
"Last year's quilt was
appraised in the $2,000
range," said Ms. Loftis.
"This one is a traditional
pattern and should be in
the same (price) range."
Raffle tickets are $1 each
and will be sold through-
out the fall and winter,
with all proceeds going to
Serene Harbor, she said.
Purses with a Purpose is
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.,
Friday, Oct. 12 .at the
Imperial Hotel in Suntree.
Tickets are $35, and
include lunch and must
be purchased in advance.
For information, or to
make a donation to Serene
Harbor, call (321) 726-
8282 or visit www.serene-
harbor.org.

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make reservations; (321)
638-1015 or www.floridaen-
ergycenter.com. Free.
SSWD meets: Single, Sep-
arated, Widowed and
Divorced. 1 p.m., El Tucan
Restaurant, 225 .N. sykes
Creek Parkway, Merritt
Island. All faiths. (321) 213-
6629.
Space Coast Home Show:
3-8 p.m., Cocoa Expo Center,
500 Friday Road, Cocoa.
Vendors, exhibits. Special
appearance: Edward Walker
from the TLC Channel's
"Trading Spaces."
First Fridays in Olde Eau
Gallie: 5:30-7:30 p.m., High-
land Avenue, Melbourne.
Includes jazz performances
at Brevard Museum of Art
and Science, 1463 Highland
Ave.; free to members, $10
for non-members. Outdoor
music, more. (321) 242-0737
or (321) 253-5553.
Harvest Fest: TitusNites
Street Party. 6-10 p.m.,
downtown Titusville. Dress
in costume and join a
parade. Arts and crafts. Build
a scarecrow., Live music.
Food.
Arts, crafts show: 6-10
p.m., Titusville Commons,
off Washington Avenue and
Mariner Way.

SATURDAY, OCT. 6

Flea market: 7:30 a.m. to
noon, Greater Palm Bay
Senior Center, 1275 Culver
Drive, Palm Bay. Food avail-
able.
Arts, crafts show: 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m., Titusville Com-
mons, off Washington
Avenue and Mariner Way.
SunDay Challenge: Test-
ing and autocross of alterna-
tive fuel vehicles. 9 a.m. to 3
p.m., Florida Solar Energy
Center, 1679 Clearlake Road,
Cocoa. (321) 638-1015.
Blood drive: 10 a.m. to 2
p.m., Paradise Health and
Nutrition, 4270 Minton Ave.
W, Melbourne. Florida's
Blood Centers.
Solar tours: 10 a.m., 11
a.m., 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. Flori-
da Solar Energy Center, 1679
Clearlake Road, Cocoa.
Exhibits. demonstrations.
Groups of 10 or more should
make reservations; (321)
638-1015 or www.floridaen-
ergycenter.com. Free.
Fire prevention event: 10
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Food, soft drinks, children's
activities, K-9 demonstra-
tion, fire equipment display.
Free 9-volt batteries. Brevard
County Fire Rescue, (321)
255-4384.
Space Coast Home Show:
10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Cocoa
Expo Center, 500 Friday
Road, Cocoa. Vendors,
exhibits. Special appear-
ance: Edward Walker from
the TLC Channel's "Trading
Spaces."
"Dancing for Babies:"
Benefit for the Space Coast
Division of the March of
Dimes. 6 p.m. Merritt Island
High School Performing Arts
Auditorium, 100 E. Mustang
Way. Door prizes. $10 adults.
$5 children, 12 and younger.
Director and performer:
Brandi Wines, Miss Mel-
bourne Teen USA. (321-749-
6833, (321) 633-3047.
ARTrageous 2007: 6-10,
p.m., Crowne Plaza Mel-
bourne Oceanfront, 2605 N.
A1A, Indialantic. Benefits
Children's Home Society of
Florida, Brevard Division.
Seated dinner, art live auc-
tion. Cocktail attire. $75,
Mary Beth Phelps at (321)
752-3170, Ext. 235.
Book signing: 2 p.m.,
Barnes & Noble Booksellers,
1955 W New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. "The Paradise
Trilogy" keeps the pace with
the youngest detective in the
fictional town of Paradise,
which is based on Mel-
bourne. With the author,
George Carpten. Free. (321)
726-8817.
Israel fundraiser: 7 p.m.,
Kol Mashiach Synagogue,
1621 Lake Washington Road,
Melbourne. With David
Dolan, former news corre-
spondent for CBS and CBN.
$10. (321) 255-2557.
Square dance: 8-10 p.m.,
Satellite Beach Civic Center,
565 Cassia Blvd. Host: Alle-
manders Square Dance
Club. $4. (321) 956-2012.

SUNDAY, OCT. 7

"Smilin' Jack" Fly-in: 18th
annual, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
Arthur Dunn Air Park,
Williams Avenue, Titusville.
Experimental Aircraft Asso-
ciation, (321) 269-0803.
Jazz benefit for family of
'Gentleman Jim' Agnostop-
ulos: Noon to 9 p.m., Moose
Lodge, 3150 N. Courtenay
Pkwy., Merritt Island. $5.
Sponsor: Central Brevard
Humane Society Band.
Includes 20 top Brevard
musicians and vocalists.
(321) 452-5968, (321) 459-


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SunDay Challenge Road.
Rally: Features alternative
fueled vehicles. 11 a.m. to 3
p.m. Starts at Florida Solar
Energy Center, 1679 Clear-
lake road, Cocoa, and ends
at Florida Institute of Tech-
nology Campus, University
Boulevard, Melbourne. (321)
638-1015.
Space Coast Home Show:
11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Cocoa
Expo Center, 500 Friday
Road, Cocoa. Vendors,
exhibits. Special appear-
ance: Edward Walker from
the TLC Channel's "Trading
Spaces."
Polish American Festival:
31st annual, 11 a.m. to 5
p.m., Fox Lake Park, 4400 Fox
Lake Road, Titusville. Food,
beverages available. Music
by Rick Piotrowski and
Orlando Polka Magic. $10
advance, $12 at door. Find
tickets at Visitors Center in
Comfort Inn, Route 50. (321)
636-1111, (321) 453-0235,
(321) 633-3099 or (321) 2998.
Music on a Sunday After-
noon: 2 p.m., Cocoa Beach
Public Library, 550 N. Bre-
vard Ave. With award-win-
ning folk son writer Shaaron
Osuna. Free. (321) 868-1104.

MONDAY, OCT. 8

NARFE meeting: Apollo
Chapter. 11:45 a.m., Piccadil-
ly Restaurant, Merritt Square
Mall. Blue Cross representa-
tive to speak. (321) 783-3248,
(321) 253-2072.

TUESDAY, OCT. 9

Women's health, nutri-
tion: 6:15-8:30 p.m., Make it
Meals, 3659 S. Hopkins Ave.,
Titusville. Speakers, demon-
strations, vendors, give-a-
ways, door prizes. Free.
Reservations: (321) 264-0034
or Kristen@makeitmeals.com.
Teen Poetry: 7 p.m.,
Barnes & Noble Booksellers,
1955 W New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne.. Facilitated by Kit
Adams. Free. (321) 726-8817.
Speed dating: For single
professionals. 7 p.m., the Get-
away Martini Bar & Lounge,
7720 N. Wickham Road, Unit
10, Melbourne. $35. Register
at www. Cupid.com/PreDating
Optimist Club: 7-8:30
p.m., Hanneman Room A,
Titusville Public Library, 2121
S. Hopkins Ave. Refresh-
ments. Reservations,
diane2ndhome@yahoo.com.

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10
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scape and Gardening with
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Sharon, (321) 729-6857.

THURSDAY, OCT. 11

Make homemade mixes:
10 a.m. to noon, West Mel-
bourne Public Library, 2755
Wingate Boulevard. With
extension agent Beth Shep-
hard. $10. (321) 633-1702.
Sleep lecture: noon to 1
p.m., community room at
Palm Bay Community Hospi-
tal, 1425 Malabar Road N.E.
"Common Sleep Disorders in
the Community: Beyond
Sleep Apnea." Free. Reserva-
tions, (321) 434-4335.
Boot Camp Challenge: 6-8
p.m., Ultimate Fitness with
Christie, 1402 Norman St.,
Palm Bay. $10 Benefits Susan
G. Komen Foundation. Door
prizes, raffles, food. All fit-
ness levels. www.ultimatefit-
nesswithchristie. corn.
Brevard Antiques, Col-
lectors Club: 7 p.m., Eau
Gallie Public Library: 1521
Pineapple Ave., Melbourne.
Topic: Nautical items. Open
to all. Linda, (321) 752-4610.
Dance: 7:30-10:30 p.m.,
American Legion Post 1,
1281 N. U.S. 1, Titusville.
Prizes, refreshments. $6.
(321) 269-9959.

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Brown Bag Jazz Lunch:
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Myrt
Tharpe Square Gazebo, 17
Oleander St., Cocoa. Free.
Bring lawn chairs. (321) 631-
9075
Dinner, dance: 5-7 p.m.
dinner, 6:30-10:30 p.m.
dancing.. Melbourne Elks
Lodge 1744, 211 S. Nieman
Ave. No smoking. (321) 768-
1744.

MONDAY

Cribbage games: Brevard
County Cribbage Club. 6:15
p.m. Nine-game tourna-
ments. Call for location.
(321) 459-5358 or (321) 632-
2088.
Platinum Coast Chorus:
Sweet Adelines Internation-
al. 6:30 p.m., Wuesthoff Hos-
pice Administration Build-
ing, 8060 Spyglass Hill road,
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glary and misdemeanor
failure to appear.
Daniel Antawan McRae,
29, of 630 Brothers Ave,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 27 with felony failure
to appear.
Sandie Stephens, 38, of
3876 St. Armens Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
27 with two counts of pre-
senting or making an insur-
ance claim knowing it con-
tains false, incomplete or
misleading information,
grand theft, forgery and
uttering a forged instru-
ment.
Todd Edward Stephens,
41, of 3867 St. Armens Cir-
cle, Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 27 with two
counts of grand theft and
uttering a forged instru-
ment.
Billy Williams, 47, of
1310 S. Harbor City Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 27 with failure to noti-
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I was even listening to him
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That was how I learned that
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from listeners, who were
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from throughout the New
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So, when he made his
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leaving "terrestrial radio" to
seek the freedom to con-
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he wanted, I thought I
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way, I felt like my freedom
to listen to programming
that I enjoyed was at issue,
too.
Of course, there are parts
of Howard's show that I
don't like or enjoy or even
care about, but when that
happens, I do something
amazing: I reach over and
turn the dial.
I listened right up until
Howard's last terrestrial
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about one month later.
Honestly, I haven't looked
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it to be able to listen to
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Frankly, corporate radio
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me. But then again, I tuned
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Two spouses can mean double the
trouble as Charles Condomine
discovers in "Blithe Spirit," which
runs through Oct. 21 at the Henegar
Center.
In "Blithe Spirit," Charles Con-
domine and his wife, Ruth, visit a
medium while conducting research
for his new novel. During a stance,
Madame Arcati accidentally contacts
Mr. Condomine's former wife, Elvira.
As the play progresses, Elvira creates
a bevy of mishaps for her "earthly"
husband and his new wife.
"Blithe Spirit" was written in 1941
by British playwright Noel Coward.
"It had a big run in London before
coming to Broadway," said Jerry
Brees, executive director at the
Henegar Center. He said the play's
British roots are evident in its humor.
"It's sophisticated and witty in a
very urbane way," he said.
British humor is known for being
dry, but director JoAnne Mitchell said
she changed some aspects of the
production to make it "more agree-
able to today's audience."
"One of the things I did was remove
a lot of the dialogue," Ms. Mitchell
said. "Noel Coward tends to say the
same things in three different ways."'
To appeal to a broader audience,
Ms. Mitchell said she also added
some physical humor to the produc-
tion.
"There are several quirky unexpect-


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Terrence Girard of Palm Bay, Tori Smith of Palm Bay and Jody Quinlivan of
Indian Harbour Beach prepare for their appearance in 'Blithe Spirit,' a
British comedy showing at the Henegar Center through Oct. 21. Tickets are
$20 for adults and $18 for seniors 65 and older. For information, call (321)
723-8698.


ed things that will get people's
attention," Ms. Mitchell said.
To give the play an authentic British
feel, cast members have been
working on their British accents with
a coach.
'"At first, people find it hard to
understand (the accent), but once
you tune into the language, it
becomes a lot easier."
The seven-member cast features
Tori Smith as Ruth Condomine; Holly
Sherwood as Edith; Terrence.Girard
as Charles Condomine; Randy
Caldwell as Dr. George Bradman; Gail


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Peskar as Madame Arcati; and Jody
Quinlivan as Elvira Condomine.
Tickets for "Blithe Spirit" are $20 for
adults and $18 for seniors 65 and
older. Show times are 8 p.m. Friday
and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sunday at
the Henegar Center, 625 E. New
Havqn Ave., Melbourne.
For information, call (321) 723-8698
or visit www.henegar.org.
Contact Lisa M. Onorato at (321)
751-5957 or thehype@hometown-
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start playing more variety;
when I don't hear the same
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This weekend

1960s British pop/rock:
St. Johns Wood will perform
at 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5, at
the Dog N' Bone British Pub,
9 Stone St., Cocoa. Call (321)


636-2828.
* Piano: John Ryan will
perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday,
Oct. 5, at MoonstruckWine
Company, 836 E. New Haven
Ave., Melbourne. Call (321)
951-4555. .
* Blues: The Space Coast
Playboys will perform at 2
p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6, at
Earl's Hideaway, 1405 Indian
Harbour Drive, Sebastian.
Call (772) 589-5700.
* 1980s rock: Stiletto will


perform at 9 p.m. Friday,
Oct. 5. at The County Line,
4650W. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Call (321) 726-
0146.
* Alternative: Buck 32 will
perform at 9 p.m. Saturday,
Oct. 6, at Tapps Pub, 4711
Babcock St., Palm Bay. Call
(321) 952-2337.
* Rock: The Bulge will
perform at 9 p.m. Friday,
Oct. 5, at Declan's Irish Pub,
1132 A1A, Satellite Beach.
Call (321) 777-7228.
* Rock: Radio Flyerz will


perform at 9 p.m. Saturday,
Oct. 6, at Hopper's Lounge,
4951 S. Washington Ave.,
Titusville. Call (321) 269-
2121.
* Blues: Ernie Southern
will perform at 6 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 7, at The Beach
Shack, 1 Minutemen
Causeway, Cocoa Beach.
Call (321) 783-2250.
* Surf music: Danny
Morris Band will perform at
2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7, at
Coconuts on the Beach, 2
Minutemen Causeway,


Cocoa Beach. Call (321) 784-
1422.
- Jazz: A benefit in the
memory of Jim Agnostopu-
los, the founder of the
Central Humane Society
Jazz Band, who recently
died, from noon to 9 p.m. at
the Moose Lodge, 3150 N.
Courtney Parkway, Merritt
Island. The cost is $5 at the
door. Call (321) 459-2387.

Contact Lisa M. Onorato at
(321) 751-5957 orthehype
@hometownnewsol.com.


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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS
An Evening of Classical
Strings is planned at 7:30
p.m. Oct. 20 at Eau Gallie
High School Performing
Arts Center, 1400 Com-
modore Blvd., Melbourne.
Proceeds will benefit the
Mid-Florida Chapter of the
National Multiple Sclerosis
Society.
The program features an
arrangement of music by


the Beatles for guitar and
string ensemble, guitar
solos and duets, as well as
arrangements for guitar
and a small jazz ensemble.
Performing are guitarists
Ruben Gonzalez of the
Dominican Republic and
Pepe Gonzalez of Aruba.
They will be joined by
members of the Brevard
Symphony Orchestra,
Dennis Walton on drums
and Frank Lampard on


bass.
General seating is $10
and premium seating is
$20. There will be a raffle
and CDs of the artists
available.
For information, call
(321) 253-5084.
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The Horn Section, J.
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Exposed IV" exhibit will
be on view through Oct.
31 at Boutique 4 Quilters,
1800 Hibiscus Blvd.,
Melbourne.
An opening reception is
planned 1-3 p.m. Oct. 6.
The 12 members of the
Dirty Dozen Fiber Artists
will display more than 80
pieces that use materials
that include paper,
window screening, plant
material, sheer fabric,
upholstery fabrics and
standard weight fabrics.
Exhibit hours will be
9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-
day to Friday.

BSO plans 'Musical
Kaleidoscope"

The Brevard Symphony
Orchestra presents "A
Musical Kaleidoscope" at
8 p.m. Oct. 6 at the
Maxwell C. King Center
for the ,Performing Arts,
3865 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne.
This concert opens the ,
54th subscription season.
Tickets are $45 to $34.
Full-time students and
teachers receive a 50
percent discount on Rows
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For information, call
(321) 242-2219 or
www. king. center corn.

Stephen Marley
.performs Oct. 13

Reggae artist Stephen
Marley will perform at 8
p.m. Oct. 13 in the
Clemente Center, Florida
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FRIDAY, OCT. 5

Art opening: The Art and
Antique Studio will host an
opening reception for the
watercolor art of Cynthia Perry
from 5:30-8:30 p.m. The
exhibit will be on display
through Oct. 30. The Art and
Antique Studio is at 1419
Highland Ave., Melbourne.
Details: (321) 253-5553.
Comedy: The Henegar Cen-
ter presents "Blithe Spirit" by
Noel Coward through Oct. 21.
Show times are 8 p.m. Friday
and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sun-
days. Tickets are $20 for adults,
$18 for seniors 65 and older.
The Henegar Center is at 625
E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. Call (321) 723-8698.
Musical: Cocoa Village
Playhouse presents "Guys and
Dolls" through Oct. 7. Show
times are 7:30 p.m. Friday and
Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday.
Tickets are $22 for adults, $20
for students/seniors and $15
for children 12 and younger.
The playhouse is at 300 Bre-
vard Ave. Details: (321) 636-
5050.
*Play: Titusville Playhouse
presents "The Innocents"
through Oct. 13. Show times
are 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday
and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are
$14 for orchestra and $12 for
balcony. $2 discount for stu-
dents and seniors. The play-
house is at 301Julia St. Details:
(321) 268-1125.
Play: Surfside Players pres-
ents "The Crucible" through
Oct. 14. The theater. is at 300
Ramp Road, Cocoa Beach.
Details: (321) 783-3127.
First Friday: Several gal-
leries in downtown Eau Gallie
will stay open until 8:30 p.m.,
host opening receptions and
serve refreshments.
Folk singer: Chris Kahl, an
acoustic singer/songwriter, will
perform at 7 p.m. at Caf6 Fla-
mant, 313 Delannoy Ave.,
Cocoa Village. Details: (321)
631-0505 or visit www.cafefla-
mant.com.
Jazz Friday: The Brevard Art
Museum presents Jazz Friday
from 5:30-7:30 p.m.; featuring
the music of Don Soledad and
World Element. The cost is $10
for nonmembers and free for


members. The museum is at
1463 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Details: (321) 242-
0737.

SATURDAY, OCT. 6

Art auction: Children's
Home Society of Florida, Bre-
vard Division will host "ARTra-
geous" from 6-10 p.m. at the
Crowne Plaza Melbourne
Oceanfront in Indialantic. The
event features a dinner and a
live auction of original water-
colors and oils with prints and
lithographs from well-known
artists such as Behrens, Cha-
gall, Dali, Picasso, Rockwell
and others. Tickets are $75.
Cocktail attire suggested.
Details: (321) 752-3170, Ext.
235.
BSO: The Brevard Sympho-
ny Orchestra presents "A Musi-
cal Kaleidoscope" at 8 p.m. at
the King Center for the Per-
forming Arts, 3865 N. Wick-
ham Road, Melbourne. Details:
(321) 242-2219.
Vivace Society event: The
Vivace Society will host a kick-
off party for the. opening sea-
son of the Brevard Symphony
Orchestra at 6 p.m. on the
lawn at the King Center for the
Performing Arts, 3865 N. Wick-
ham Road, Melbourne. The
party features refreshments.
The Vivace Society is a social
and fundraising group that
supports the BSO. Tickets are
$10 for members. Details:
(321) 242-2024.

SUNDAY, OCT. 7

Music on a Sunday: Folk
singer Sharon Osuna will per-
form at 2 p.m. at the Cocoa
Beach Library, 550 N. Brevard
Ave. Details: (321) 868-1104.

TUESDAY, OCT. 9

Art lecture: Bob Marx will
present a free, illustrated lec-
.ture on "The Fabled East India-
men" at 7 p.m. at the Brevard
Art Museum. The museum is
at 1463 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Details: (321) 242-
0737.

UPCOMING EVENTS


Musical review: The The-
atre Company of Palm Bay
presents 'The World Goes
'Round,'" featuring music from
"Chicago," "Funny Lady,"
"Cabaret" and others, Oct. 12
through Nov. 18. Show times
are 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday
and 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Tickets
are $22 and $20 for seniors 65
and older. The theater is not
associated with Brevard Com-
munity College but hosts its
productions at the Palm Bay
campus, 250 Community Col-
lege Parkway. Details: (321)
723-3056 or vww.the-
atrepalmbay.org.
Stephen Marley: Reggae
artist Stephen Marley will per-
form at 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct.
13 at the Clemente Center on
the campus of Florida Institute
.of Technology in Melbourne.
Tickets are $24 and $30 and
are available through the King
Center, Ticketmaster and the
Florida Tech Student Life Cen-
ter. Details: (321) 674-8080 or
(321) 242-2219.
Storytelling: Brevard The-
atrical Ensemble presents
"Tellmenow Isitsoornot: The
Thousand-and-Second Tale of
Scheherazade" by Edgar Allen
Poe, a series of supernatural
and horror stories, at 7:30 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 19, and Saturday,
Oct. 20 at Village Hall, 535
-Hammock Road, Melbourne
,Village. Tickets are $15 for
adults. For reservations/tickets,
Oall (321) 984-8832.

THEATERS

Melbourne Civic Theatre:
817 E. Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne. The theater produces
various plays, classes, murder
mystery dinner shows, events
and experimental theater
throughout the year. For infor-
mation, call (321) 723-6935.
Surfside Playhouse: Locat-
ed .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.
Theatre Company of Palm
Bay: Operates out of the audi-
torium at the Palm Bay cam-


pus of Brevard Community
College but is not affiliated
with the school. The Palm Bay
campus of BCC is at 250 Com-
munity College Parkway. Call
(321) 723-3056 or visit
www.theatrepalmbay.org.
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-
11254

GALLERIES & MUSEUMS

Art and Antique Studio:
The Art and Antique Studio,
1419 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne, is open 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Friday
and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Satur-
days. Open until 8:30 p.m. first
Friday of the month. For infor-
mation, call (321) 253-5553.
Brevard Art Museum:
Located at 1463 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne, is open 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. Tuesday through Satur-
day, and 1-5 p.m. Sunday.
Admission, which includes
entry to both the museum and


the Children's Science Center,
is $5 for adults, $3 for senior
citizens and $2 for children
and students with identifica-
tion. Free for museum mem-
bers. Admission is free to the
general public 1 to 5 p.m.
Thursday. For information, call
(321) 242-0737.
Brevard Museum of Histo-
ry and Science: Located at
2201 Michigan Ave., Cocoa, it
is open Monday through Sat-'
urday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and


Sunday noon-4 p.m. Admis-
sion for adults is $5.50, $5 for
senior citizens, $3.50 for chil-
dren 5-16 and $4 for college
students. Museum members
are admitted free. For informa-
tion, call (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. For
information, call (321) 727-

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Auction 'ARTrageous' way to help children


BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer
When planning "ARTra-
geous," the Children's
Home Society of Florida
wanted to give people
something to look forward
to.
"Every organization has
(its) signature event; the


one everyone knows and
waits for every year," said
Mary Beth Phelps, director
of development for the
Children's Home Society.
After hosting Mardi Gras
for the past few years, the
organization decided to.
change course.
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After brainstorming, the
group decided to appeal to
the community's love of art.
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very art-orientated and art-
minded community," Ms.
Phelps said.
"ARTrageous" is Saturday,
Oct. 6, at the Crowne Plaza
Melbourne Oceanfront and
features a sit-down dinner
and live and silent auctions
of works of art by well-
known masters as Salvador
Dali, Pablo Picasso, Marc
Chagall and others. Original
works as well as litho-
graphs, giclees and cartoon
cels will be offered. Though
the event features esteemed
works of art, Ms. Phelps,


said there is something for
everyone's budget.
To ensure a successful
event, the Children's Home
Society enlisted the help of
professionals: State of the
Art, an art auction company
that works specifically with
fundraisers.
Ms. Phelps said in addi-
tion to running the auction,
State of the Art will provide
educational information
about each piece featured.
"The auctioneer will
explain paintings and talk
about the artist, so people
understand what is behind
the work," Ms. Phelps said.
The event begins with a
cocktail reception and art
preview at 6 p.m., followed
by dinner at 7 p.m. and the


auction at 8 p.m. After the
live auction, Ms. Phelps
said guests will have the
opportunity to peruse the
remaining pieces and
participate in a silent
auction.
Ms. Phelps said the
Children's Home Society
will receive up to 35 percent
of the proceeds from the
auction.
"Since it's the first year, we
have no idea how much
money we will raise," Ms.
Phelps said. "But we hope
for a target figure of
$20,000."
Though the Children's
Home Society receives
funding from various
organizations such as the
United Way, Community


Based Care of Brevard and
the Healthy Start Coalition,
it must generate about
$200,000 each year.
According to the Web site,
the Children's Home Society
is the largest nonprofit child
welfare agency organization
in the state, providing foster
care, adoption, pregnancy
services, parenting educa-
tion, child abuse prevention
services, emergency
shelters, group homes and
case management.
Tickets to "ARTrageous"
are $75 per person and
include an entree choice of
Champagne Chicken or
Vegetables Napoleon.
For information, call (321)
752-3170, Ext. 235 or visit
www.chsfl.org.


Out & About


From page B3
8470.
*Fifth Avenue Art Gallery:
Located at 1470 Highland Ave.,


Don't Miss This

ARTrageous Event

pemrtjuct.


Melbourne, open 1-5 p.m.
Tuesday to. For information,
call (321) 259-8261.
* Foreman Art Glass Design
Studio: Located at 2415 Har-
bor City Blvd., Melbourne.
Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-
day to Saturday. For informa-
tion, call (321) 725-7005 or
v i s. i t
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* Kennedy Space Center


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various collections of space art
at the Kennedy Space Center
Visitor Complex on NASA Park-
way 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.
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Sunday. The gallery is at
1010-B E. New Haven Ave.,
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* Mud Flats Pottery &
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Melbourne. Hours: 11 a.m. to
5 p.m. Monday to Saturdays.
Features fine handmade works
by leading Pacific Northwest,
local and regional artists in a
variety of media. For informa-
tion, call (321) 951-1310.
* North Brevard Historical
Museum: Located at 301 S.
Washington Ave., downtown
Titusville. Open from 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Sat-
urday. Admission is free and
guided group tours are avail-
able. For information, call
(321) 269-3658.
* Rossetter House Histori-
cal Museum: The, historical
house and museum is open
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday
through Saturday and is locat-
ed at 1320 Highland Ave.,, in
old Eau Gallie. Admission for
guided tours is $5, and admis-
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BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer
It seems fitting that a
Florida city celebrating its
birthday would include
Highwaymen painter R.L.
Lewis. The Cocoa artist has
been documenting much of
Florida's history since the
1960s.
Satellite Beach turned 50
in 2007, and Mr. Lewis has
been a large part of the
city's yearlong celebration.
"Throughout the year, we
wanted to bring attention
to (Satellite Beach's) rich
history," said Kerry Stoms,
recreation department
director. "The Highway-
men are part of that
history."
The Highwaymen were a
group of black artists
known for vivid, nostalgic
landscape paintings of
areas throughout Florida. In
the 1950s through the
1970s, they traveled well-
known roads throughout
the state, selling their
paintings to local residents


and businesses.
"The Highwaymen sold
their paintings along A1A in
Satellite Beach as people
traveled back and forth to
the Cape," Ms. Stoms said.
"If you talk to people who
have lived here since the
1960s, they remember the
Highwaymen."
In recognition of his
contribution to the area's
history, the city commis-
sioned Mr. Lewis last spring
to create two paintings, one
of the City Hall circa 1958
and one of Satellite Beach's
rocky coast.
The city is also selling Mr.
Lewis' 2008 calendar
"Paintings of Nostalgic
Florida and Parts of the
South," in which Satellite
Beach is featured. The
calendars are $15 each, and
the city will keep a portion
of the proceeds.
On Saturday, Oct. 13, Mr.
Lewis will host a painting
demonstration at the David
R. Schechter Center at 10
a.m. He will also discuss his
experiences as a Highway-


Highwaymen artist R. L. Lewis
will host a painting
demonstration and lecture
at the David R. Schechter
Community Center
in Satellite Beach
at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 13.
The city is celebrating its 50th
anniversary, and officials commis-
sioned Mr. Lewis to paint several
works of art of Satellite Beach.
For information, call (321) 773-6458.

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men artist.
A silent auction featuring
the demonstration painting
is planned, and original
works of arts and prints will
be available for purchase.
The cost is $5 per person.
For information, call (321)
773-6458.
Contact Lisa M. Onorato at
(321) 751-5957 or the-
hype@hometownnewsol.co
m.


Out & About
From page B4


award-winning artists Frank
Palmeri, Agnes Mangnelli, Vicki
Busby, Renee Decator, Eliza-
beth Kaufman, Pam McLean,
Lisa Mayer, Seth Novak and
Jerry Hooper. Gallery is at 912
A E. New Haven, Ave, Mel-
bourne. Hours: 11 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Satur-
day, and noon to 4 p.m. Sun-
day. Information: (321) 733-
2788.
Sunshine Framing and Art
Gallery: The gallery hosts a vari-
ety of classes, guest artists and
.events at 5410 Murrell Road,
Suite 111, Viera. For informa-
tion, 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 Saturday, and noon to
6 p.m. Sunday. The gallery is
at 6 Florida Ave., Cocoa Village.
For information, call (321)
631-0092.
* 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.
*Two Feathers Gallery: Orig-
inal 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: "Win-
dow 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 p.m. Sunday. For infor-
mation, call (321) 633-5151.


Arts Notes
From page B2


150 W. University.Blvd.,
Melbourne.
Admission is $24 plus a
service charge.
The first 300 students
will receive a $3 discount.
Tickets are available for
purchase at the King
Center box office, (321)
242-2219; Ticketmaster,
(321) 459-3309; or Denius
Student Center, second
floor, Student Life Office,
(321) 674-8080.


Jazz quartet as part
of FIT homecoming
MELBOURNE The
Hafer Family, a jazz
quartet, will play from
6:30-9:30 p.m. Oct. 18 at
the Florida Institute of
Technology's Panthereum,
off Country Club Road
near the Denius Student
Center.
This is part of homecom-


ing.
Liz Schafer, a Brevard
County painter and FIT
alumna, will paint abstract
impressions of the music
and offer her work at
auction after the perform-
ance.
The event is free.
For information, call
WFIT-FM at (321) 674-
8140.
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FAA can clinch playoff spot with win


BY ROB SHELBURNE
Sports writer
As Week 6 of the 2007
prep football season gets
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playoff berth with a win
this week in Orlando.
The Eau Gallie Com-
modores can take one-step
loser to securing a spot
atop the crowded six-team
District 13 with a victory at
Centennial.
The Melbourne Bulldogs
face a must-win situation
at home against district foe
Centennial, and the MCC
Hustlers face the unenvi-
able task of trying to get
their first district win in
Pahokee against the
defending state champion
Blue Devils.
FAA Falcons (5-0) at The
First Academy Royals (3-2)
The Falcons can lock up
the district championship
and a home playoff game
with a win this week over
the Royals.
A win would stretch FAA's
winning streak to an
unprecedented six games
and establish the Falcons
as a legitimate player on
the state football stage.
"The district champi-
onship has been our goal
since spring," Falcons head
coach Roderick Lawson
said. "It would be great for
our program."
The Falcons are coming
off a 28-0 blowout over
Holy Trinity last week,
scoring 21 third-quarter
points in a span of 6:28.
Junior Umar Merritt leads
a powerful running attack
with 128 yards per game
and seven touchdowns,
including a 72-yarder last
week.
Senior quarterback
Marco Silveira has quietly


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Eau Gallie senior Justin Rose closes out an 80-yard touchdown run at the end of the first
quarter of the Commodores 32-19 victory at Satellite Sept. 28. Eau Gallie travels to Port.
St. Lucie this week to take on district foe Centennial High School. Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m.


become one of the area's
most reliable passers, com-
pleting 32-of-57 pass
attempts for 504 yards and
four touchdowns, includ-
ing a 64-yard bomb to Tim
Michaels to cap off last
week's third-quarter
blitzkrieg.
The Royals are coming off
of a 35-12 loss to St. Peters-
burg's North Christian.


They have struggled to
replace last year's leading
rusher, Justin Knott, who
ran for 1400 yards and
scored 20 touchdowns in
2006.
The Royals have a veteran
offensive line, returning
four of five starters from
last year's 8-3 team.
"TFA is an accomplished
program," Lawson said.


"We must play our style of
football. Our style means
play fast, hard and finish
each play. The kids under-
stand the importance of
winning."
Kickoff for this week's
game is set for 7 p.m., Oct.
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Eau Gallie Commodores 32,
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The Scorpions scored 16 unan-
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cooling down a red-hot Com-
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23 points in the first quarter and
took a 32-3 lead into the locker
room.
Justin Rose scored two touch-
downs, one on an 80-yard inter-
ception return, and Chris Push-
man added another to stake Eau
Gallie to the big lead early.
Satellite running back Will
Robinson (34 carries, 191 yards,


TD) got the Scorps on the board in
the third quarter with a'30-yard run
with 5:48 on the clock.
Anthony Abrahams booted a 33-
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The CoT'r..modores l tsi sxli,tunm-
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Manuel tocs..ed live nierceptions
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Satellite accumulated 316 yards
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Eau Gallie had 248 yard, or
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Eau Gailli coach Todd Oas Laid
his team i'. :riunaie 1.:, have hung
on for the victory.
"(We escaped with a win. he
said. "Another example to all Who
play coach and watch :hal winning
games becomes next to impossi-
ble when you turn the ball over six
times."
* Next week, the Scorpions wel-
come the Space Coast Vipers (2-
2) to town, and the Commodores
travel to Port St. Lucie to take on
the Eagles of Centennial High
School.
Titusville Terriers 28, Mel-
bourne Bulldogs 25
Titusville's Chris Joly completed
15 of 18 passes for 206 yards and
three touchdowns, and the Terriers
(5-0) remained unbeaten after
overcoming a determined Bull-
dogs (2-3) team.
Melbourne jumped out to the
early lead when running back Jor-
dan Welch dashed 40 yards on the
Bulldogs third play from scrim-
mage.
Joly answered with a 32-yard
scoring strike to Steven Twiggs
with 2:35 to play in the opening
quarter, knotting the game at 7-7.
Melbourne took a 17-7 halftime
lead on the strength of a 23-yard
Brad Holmes field goal and an 11-
yard touchdown pass from Matt
Spinazzola to Jason Trailer with 11
ticks on the clock.
Titusville narrowed the gap to
17-14 after Willie Haulstead (9
catches, 113 yards, 2TDs) hauled
in the first of his two touchdown
catches, a 9-yarder, with 4:51 left
in the third quarter.
The Terriers took the lead on a
25-yard pass from Joly to
Haulstead to start the fourth quar-
ter.
A steady dose of sophomore
running back Cortez Ray (25 car-
ries, 142 yards) set up a 3-yard
touchdown run from Spinazzola at
the 4:48 mark, setting the stage
for Joly and the Terriers to mount a
dramatic comeback.
The savvy senior signal caller
calmly marched the Terriers down
the field, completing all four of his
pass attempts, including the game
winner, a 6-yarder to Conner
Szczerba, with 2:19 to go in the
game.
Melbourne won the yardage bat-
tle, 267 yards to 241 yards.
Spinazzola was 4-of-9 passing
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for 37 yards and a score with no
interceptions.
The Bulldogs host the Port St.
Lucie Jaguars next week in a key
district match up.


Florida Air Academy Falcons
28, Holy Trinity Tigers 0
The Falcons (5-0) took control of
the Class 1A, District 4 race and
handed the Tigers their second
district loss with a dominating sec-
ond-half performance.
After a scoreless first half, the
Falcons took advantage of a fum-
bled punt at the Tigers' 30-yard
line.


On the next play, Mark Martin
turned the corner on a reverse and
ran unchecked 30 yards for the
'first points of the game with 7:58
to play in the third quarter.
The Tigers answered with a
seven-play drive that stalled inside
the FAA 30-yard line when quar-
terback A.J. Metzger failed to con-
vert on a fourth-and-short play.
Umar Merritt (14 carries, 108


yards, TD) made the Tigers pay
when he took the handoff on the
next play 72 yards down the side-
line, giving the Falcons a 14-0 lead
with 4:50 still to play in the third
quarter.
The Falcons would not be fin-
ished.
After a second Holy Trinity fum-
ble, quarterback Marco Silveira (7-
of-9, 91 yards, TD) hit Timothy


Michaels in stride for a 65-yard
touchdown pass at the 1:05 mark
of the quarter.
Freshman Jeffrey Keels (6 car-
ries, 57 yards, TD) capped the
scoring with a 30-yard run with
9:30 minutes to play. It was Keels'
sixth touchdown of the season.
The Falcons are just one win
away from clinching the district
championship and a spot in the


state playoffs.
FAA visits district foe First Acad-
emy next week.
Bishop Moore Hornets 24,
Melbourne Central Catholic
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off the upset of the season, taking
a 14-10 lead over the Class 3A
Hornets into the final quarter.
MCC's Joe Ponce intercepted a
Hornets pass and ran it 40 yards
to put the Hustlers on the board


first with 2:57 left in the first quar-
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Bishop Moore came right back,
tying the score on an 11-yard run
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in the opening quarter.
A scoreless second quarter left
it tied at the half before the Hus-
tlers' Rayshawn Scott hauled in a
35-yard touchdown pass from
Mike Erdman (4-of-8, 56 yards,


TD) with 7:11 to go in the third.
The Hornets crept back to within
four points after Michael Guerrera
booted 40-yard field goal at the
end of the quarter.
The final quarter belonged to the
Hornets. They scored on a 70-yard
run by Giovanetti with 5:20 to go
and again 13 seconds later when
Robbie Anthony scooped up a
fumble and ran it back 20 yards for


a touchdown.
Bishop Moore out gained MCC
284 yards to 154 yards.
Giovanetti led all rushers in the
game with 171 yards and two
scores on 15 carries.
Aaron Elmore led the Hustlers
attack with 82 yards on 19
attempts.
"It's a great feeling to battle a
good team and play well," MCC


coach Mike Riazzi said afterward.
"You never know (what can hap-
pen)."
The Hustlers travel to Pahokee
this week to take on the undefeat-
ed and defending state champion
Blue Devils of Pahokee High
School.

Junior varsity football


John Carroll 27, MCC 0
The John Carroll Rams used a
stingy defense and a punishing
running game to shut out the Mel-
bourne Central Cathdic Hustlers
27-0 at Hustlers Stadium Sept.
27.
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Daigle scored on touchdown runs
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of 4,16, and 12 yards and added a
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MCC falls to 0-4, while John
Carroll improved to 3-1.


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King's Academy 4-1
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First Academy 3-2
Father Lopez 2-2
Holy Trinity 2-3


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VHS: 6-6 MEL: 3-8
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36 WS: William Daeson, 40;
Travis Metcalf, 42; Thomas
McDowell, 43; Nicholas Nafzger,


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Matt Pallancich, 52. WS: 5-4-1
EDG: 2-6
Golf (girls)
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at The Majors GC, Par-36 EG:
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Vorce, 50. BHS: Katie Beckett, 62;


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EG: 7-1. BHS: 0-7
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EDG: 2-3
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*West Shore 107, Eau Gallie 63
*Edgewood 129, Melbourne 46
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*FAA def. Brevard Christian 25-
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Football
From page B6
Eau Gallie Commodores
(4-1) at Centennial Eagles
(2-3)
Off to their best start
since 2002 when they won
their first six games, the
Commodores look to make
it three victories in a row
and move to 2-0 in the
ultra-tough Class 5A, Dis-
trict 13 standings.
Eau Gallie overcame six
turnovers in its 32-19 win
at Satellite last week, and
head coach Todd Oas said
he knows he might not be
so lucky next time around.
"Winning games
becomes next to impossi-
ble when you turn the ball
over six times," he said.
(We) must eliminate that
from our team if we are
going to be successful in
the district."
The Commodores also
must be better in the sec-
ond half if they are to con-
tinue their winning form.
Satellite held the Com-
modores to one first down
in the second half last
week and outscored them
16-0.
Centennial is an oppor-
tunistic team that relies on
its defense to shorten the
field for a struggling
offense.
The Eagles have lost their
last three games and have
surrendered an average of
26 points during that span.
The Commodores
entered last week's game as
the third-ranked defense
in Brevard County, yielding
just 163 yards per game.
Satellite racked up 316
yards last week, most of
that in the second half.
Fans can expect Eau Gal-
lie to give Centennial a
steady dose of Justin Rose,
who rushed for 122 yards
and scored two touch-
downs against Satellite.
Kickoff for this week's
game is set for 7:30 p.m.,
Oct. 5 in Port St. Lucie.

Melbourne Bulldogs (2-
3) vs. Port St. Lucie
Jaguars (2-2)
A must-win situation for
both teams as they try to
keep pace in District 13.
The Jaguars are coming
off of a bye week after los-
ing to Palm Bay 48-0 Sept.
21.
The Bulldogs are trying
to avoid losing four
straight since dropping
four of their last five games
in 2006.
It hasn't come easy for
Melbourne's opponents
this year.
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have come by a combined


21 points, despite the
team's failure to reach the
end zone in two of the


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James, 55; Julia Lai, 55. VHS:
Nancy Keck, 50; Danielle Biaunco,
52; Katie Buescher, 52; Lauren
Piccollela, 61. MCC: 7-2 VHS: 4-7
Sept. 27
Golf (boys)
Melbourne 175, Eau Gallie
204 at Harbor City Municipal
GC, Par-36 MEL: Ben
Pittman, 40; Chris McRea, 42;
Mitch Cox, 46; Brandon
Lukavsky, 47. EG: Jimmy Smyth,
48; Andrew Walker, 48; Lincoln
Moon, 53; Noah Marines, 55.
MEL: 4-8 EG: 1-8
*MCC 169, Sebastian River
172 at Sebastian Municipal GC,
Par-36 MCC: Evan Addington,
37; Sean Mason, 43; Chip
Richards, 44; Phillip Pirtrowski,
45. SR: Eric Mathis, 39; Daniel
Bova, 42; Jordan Beiber, 44; Dan
Stickles; 47. MCC: 2-4-1 SR: 7-7
*West Shore 164, Space
Coast 200 at Viera East GC,
Par-36 WS: Travis Metcalf, 39;
Thomas McDowell, 39; Will Daw-
son, 42; Nicholas Nafzger, 44.
SC: Kenny Brackin, 47; Justin
Bryant, 49; Ryan Brackin, 50;
Matt Burdett, 54. WS: 6-4-1 SC:
0-8
Golf (girls)
*West Shore 193, Space
Coast 207 at Sherwood CC,
Par-36 --WS: Mary Dawson, 41;
Sara Chinoy, 41; Samantha Mar-
tin, 54; Lauren Bauler, 57. SC:
Brittany Merritt, 47; Cara Kendall,
51; Taryn Ireland, 54; Kathryn
Sirp, 55. WS: 4-1 SC: 6-4.
*Eau Gallie 206, Melbourne
forfeit at Melbourne Municipal


three defeats.
Last week, Melbourne
nearly pulled off an upset
over Titusville before
falling 28-25.
Sophomore running back
sensation Cortez Ray has
led the way for the Bull-
dogs on offense.
The 5-foot-10-inch, 205-
pound Ray rushed for 142
yards against the Terriers,
and he averages more than
100 yards per game thus
far in his first full varsity
season.
Port St. Lucie is giving up
nearly 30 points per game,
while its offense has strug-
gled to score 14 points the
last two weeks.
Melbourne coach Todd
Wilson said he was pleased
with his team's effort at
unbeaten Titusville, but he
takes little solace in a
three-point loss.
"The 1ds played hard."
he said. "Any loss is tough,
and we will never cele-
brate moral victories.
Every game is important to
the building of this pro-
gram."
The Bulldogs will win the
game if they avoid mental
mistakes and turnovers.
Kickoff for this week's
game is set for 7:30 p.m.,
Oct. 5 at Bulldogs Stadium
on the campus of Mel-
bourne High School.

MCC Hustlers (1-3) at
Pahokee Blue Devils (5-0)
The defending state
champion Blue Devils are
averaging 37 points per
game and beating oppo-
nents by and average of
28.6 points per game.
The Hustlers are giving
up 23 points per game and
scoring and scoring just
more than 15 per game.
MCC is coming off back-
back losses to Bishop
Moore and King's Acade-
my and are 0-1 in district
play.
The Hustlers are getting
solid play from junior run-
ning back Aaron Elmore
(80 yards per game, 3 TDs)
and special t6ams have
stepped up in the past two
games.
MCC will have to clicking
on all cylinders to have a
hope in this game, but
after last week's perform-
ance, head coach Mike
Riazzi said anything is
possible.
"You never know (what
can happen," he said. "It
ain't over 'til it's over, and
it's a great feeling to battle
a good team and play well.
We just have to keep get-
ting better every week."
Kickoff for this week's
game is set for 7 p.m., Oct.
5 in Pahokee.


GC, Par-36 EG: Jessica San-
toro, 49; Shea Trower, 51; Malou
Vorce, 52; Sheree Baxter, 54.
MEL: Kristin Grubka, 50; Kelsey
Gowen 62; Sofia Carasquillo, 65.
EG: 8-1 MEL: 2-8-1
Volleyball
*FAA def. Brevard HEAT 25-15,


25-20, 25-14 FAA: 4-1
*Astronaut def. Melbourne 25-
20, 25-20, 25-15 AHS: 6-3 MEL:
2-10
*Eau Gallie def. Rockledge 17-
25, 25-10, 25-6, 25-16 EG: 10-5
RCK: 7-4
Local colleges


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Sept. 25
Volleyball
*BCC def. Indian River CC 30-
22, 28-30, 30-24, 30-17 BCC: 1-5
Soccer (men)
*Florida Tech 3, Florida South-
ern 1 FIT: Nicolas Garcia, goal;


Bello Illiassou, goal; Brad LaPorte,
goal. FIT: 2-6-1

Soccer (women)
*Florida Southern 2, Florida
Tech 1 FIT: Rachel Devlin,
goal. FIT: 5-3


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GOLF CLUBS- left hand,
Forged TI driver, & 3
metal wood, new, $25,
call 321-205-6368, S. Br.
GPS UNIT- Magellan
Roadmate 300, US chip,
access & manual, $100,
call 321-254-8488, S. Br.
HAND TOOLS: saws, (5);
chisels, (5); planes, asst.,
$5-25. 321-426-4925 S.
Brevard
HEADBOARD Queen
size, wood $19.
321-473-3551 S. Brev,


HITCH FRAME- Astro &
Safari, '85 thru '94, like
new, $85, call
321-984-3314, So. Brev.
HOME GYM, like new,
$100; BMX bikes, (3), $30
each. Call 321-952-1165
S. Brevard
HOUSE PUMP, Myers,
3/4 HP, $150. Please call
321-259-2754 S. Brevard
HUB CAPS, 2 sets. Che-
vy truck/suv alum wheels,
$50/all; Trailer parts $50
all. DJ 321-432-1306
KETTLE GRILL, Char-
Broil, used once, $20,
call 321-432-4234, S. Br.
KITCHEN SINK, Moen
faucet, stainless steel,
$75, call 321-253-0240.
LAWN MOWER, 42in
cut, 12hp, Master Cut,
first $130 takes it, call
321-446-4289, So. Brev.
Lawnmower, 12 HP 38"
cut riding lawnmower
$200 321-768-0567
MATTRESS, QUEEN
size, great shape, $35;
Frame, $20. Please call
321-724-1311 S. Brevard
MATTRESS, TWIN, used
1 month, $125 obo, call
321-267-9919, No. Brev.
MATTRESS/ FRAME:
Queen, HD Board $85
Roll 'N' Lock Tundra cov-
er $95. 321-951-2505


MICRO WAVE, w/ turn
table, $40; File cabinet,
gd cond, 4 drawers, $60,
call 321-253-9911, S. Br.
MONITOR, GATEWAY,
17" & Cannon printer w/
ink, $10 each, call
321-728-8418, So Brev.
MOWER, PUSH Murray
mower, 4.0 hp Briggs &
Stratton. $40. 321-
733-5956 SoBrev
NURSES SCRUBS, sz. L
& XL, assorted, $7-$10ea
or $150/obo for all. FREE
clothes. 321-779-4657
ORGAN W/ plug-ins,
$75; Dinning room fix-
ture, $25, call
321-259-6251, So. Brev.
PATIO SET- table w/ .6
chairs, wrought iron,
needs work, $140, call
321-757-5435, So. Brev.
PEPSI MACHINE, works
great! $200. Please call
.321-242-7276 S. Brevard
PIANO, ELECTRONIC,
100 songs, lessons,
rhythms, Reg '$269, sell
$50, call 321-724-4854.
POCKET BIB aprons, (3)
84 inch, all colors, brand
new, $2 each, call
321-254-1768, So. Brev.
PORT A'POTTY for
camper or boat, $19. Call
321-725-4809 S. Brev.


PORT-A-POTTY, Guardi-
an model, new $115 sell
for $39, call
321-779-8590, So. Brev.
POST BED, queen, w/
foam mattress, $75;
Electric Stove, $50, call
321-984-5338, So. Brev.
POWER CORD- Ship to
shore, 48ft, 30amp, 125v,
like new, $45, call
321-725-7848, So. Brev.
QUEEN BED, w/ mat-
tress, used for 2 weeks,
gd quality, $150, call
321-652-6036, So, Brev.
RANGE, ELECTRIC,
Jenn-Air, white, works
gd, $100; Ikea mattress,
$50, call 908-644-6211.
RANGE, JENN-AIR, self
cleaning, $175. Call
321-427-1397 S. Brevard
RECLINER TAN, remote
control helps you stand,
great for elderly, $200,
call 321-956-8123, S. Br.
RECORDS- SHOW
tunes, 50's & 60's, ap-
prox 50, $1 each, call
321-773-0814, So. Brev.
REFRIGERATOR, GE
side by side 24 cu ft w/ice
& water good condition
$199 321-984-5216 BC
RIMS, (4), Chevy, 5 lug,
Centerline, alum., 10x15,
w/good 235x75 tires,
$200/obo. 423-227-3118


ROLL-TOP DESK, light
oak, several compart-
ments & slotted area,
$165, call 321-676-9991.
SCOOTER, 49CC, en-
gine, black, ex cond,
$150, call 321-255-9801.
SHINGLES, MED. brown
5 bundles & trunk box for
two Ig speakers, $20 for
all, call 321-757-0688.
SLEEPER SOFA, light
brown, very clean, $125.
321-768-6284 S. Brevard
SOFA 2 to 3 seater,
white w/black & lavender
design, $99. Call
321-725-4869 S. Brev.
SOFA BED- Queen,
bamboo, tropical prints,
$185; Microwave, $10,
call 321-728-9317, S..Br.
SOFA, LEATHER, 3
cushion, tan, $80, call
321-254-6738, So. Br.
SOFA, MAROON; End
table, oak w/ smoked
glass, $95, call
321-409-8717, So. Brev.
SOFA- WHITE, ex. cond,
$140obo; Patio cushion
set $60, call
321-768-9635, So. Brev.
SPEAKERS, (2), wood,
$100; 27" color TV, $100.
321-242-8459 S. Brevard
STOVE, KENMORE,
glass top, 2006,never
used, $199, call
321-610-4693, So. Brev.


Stroller, like new, $50; 9
Halloween costumes $75;
Many new Discovery toys
$75 OBO 321-729-0372
SUIT CASE- Ig, lined, 3
handles, new, $60, call
321-259-2853, So. Brev.
TABLE SAW, Ryobi BT,
3000, $600 new, selling
for $200. 321-917-5748
S. Brevard
TABLES/STAND (End or
Night stands) (2) Ben-
nington Pine, dark solid
wood, $95. 321-984-8774
TIKI POLES, (2), 5' tall,
w/tiki faces carved in,
multi-colored, $125/both,
321-266-5979, So. Brev.
TIRES, FIRESTONE, (4)
AT, size, P2551700R16,
exc. cond., $140/all. Call
321-506-9240 S. Brev.
TIRES, GOODYEAR, (4)
Vector,P205/70R14 white
walls, Al, under 5K mi.,
$90/all. 321-412-4353
Tonka Trucks,(3) $10ea;
Avon bottles $75/all; Pig
Kettle,$25;Coke items$25
all. OBO's 321-773-1472
TOOL BOX, for pickup,
standard size. Like new
condition. Aluminum.
$110 321-288-9493
TOOLS- FOREDOM Flex
Shaft Grinder, $150;
Hand Grinder, Dumore,
$50, call 321-951-3611.


TRAILER TIRE for boat
w/ rim, max load 17601bs,
at 50psi, new, $40, call
321-723-4570, So. Brev.
TREAD MILL- StarTrac
TR1800, ex condition,
$199, call 321-373-5460.
TRUCK TIRES, (4), new
Michelin,9.60x1 6.5,mount
ed on alum. turbo rirms,
$200/all. 321-960-4803
TRUCK TOOL BOX, alu-
minum for full size pickup
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TRUCK TOPPER- Chevy
S-10, hardly used, kept in
garage, $150, call
321-729-8461, So. Brev.
TV- TOSHIBA, 55 in,
projection, nice pict,
$199, call 321-952-1109.
UTILITY TRAILER, 5'x8',
$165; Bookcase, glass
doors, 4'x3', $30, call
321-768-1554, So. Brev.
VACUUM CLEANER,
Dirt Devil ultra glide with
hepa filtration $35.
321-777-5080
VAN DOORS, for Ford, 2
pairs, side & back, $75
pair, call 321-480-0596.
VAN SEAT/ bed convert-
able, $40, call
321-452-3595, So. Brev.
WASHER&DRYER,
Heavy Duty, whirlpool-
white $100 Kitchen table
4chair $40 321-446-7690


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EDITOR
The Hometown News is an award winning
community newspaper with 18 separate
editions from North Palm Beach through
Volusia County.
As we continue our expansion, we are
seeking an Associate Managing Editor in
our South Daytona Office.
Requirements include: 5 years experience
in editing (city or copy desk), layout/ de-
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& pagination.
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Duties include inbound
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As we continue our expansion, we are looking for
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Brevard County.
College degree is required with at least 1 year of
newspaper experience preferred.
Freelance opportunities are also available.
Hometown News was voted the No. 1 community
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JUPITER FARMS fenced
1-1/3 acre home. 2/2
with separate 1/1 2-car
garage apt. New Cond.
Owner financing @ 7%
15% down. Asking
$345,000 772-215-1860
see photos @ www.home
townnewsol.com ad #
44593
MELBOURNE 4/2/2 w/
heated pool. Beautiful
home, fenced yard. As-
sumable mortgage
$2200/mo or lease
$1800/mo 321-259-3087
MELBOURNE, Wickham
& Post Rd.. 3/2, garage,
new central AC, new roof,
fenced back yard. Avail.
now! $139,900. Financing
?. 321-253-3058
MIMS 2/1 fixer upper.
One acre lot, fenced, near
SR46 & 1-95. $99,500
321-268-6903
MIMS, 3/2/1, large work-
shop, add'I covered park-
ing, remodeled, on 1
acre. Near SR46 & 1-95
$229,000 321-268-6903
N WABASSO- Newly
renovated 3-br/1-ba
stucco house. Must Sell.
$50,000 Call
772-589-5236

PALM BAY 3/2/2 new
listing, priced to sell now -
$158,0001 .46 of an acre
Candace A. Spenc6r,
Florida Properties For
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PALM BAY, NE We don't
want to pay a realtor, you
can buy this 3/2/2.5, 2422
sf cement tile roof home
w/ 16x32 a/c lanai, Ig rms
$210,000 321-409-8292
PALM BAY, Stunning ex-
tra efficient 4/2.5/2 two-
story in beautiful Turkey
Creek. Will not last at
$299,000. Great incen-
tives. 321-951-7571







PALM CITY 3/3/2
Cobblestone 1/2 acre
corner lot, lake & golf
view, scrnd pool, Jacuzzi,
vaulted ceilings no
membership rqd. $520K
Call Pat 561-876-1885
PALM CITY Danforth
Subdivision on lake,
3br/2ba/2cg with Pool &
Fenced yard. Wood floors
and beautiful front door.
$483,000 772-631-6682


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PORT ORANGE 16 Acre
Estate. 2447 Tomoka
Farms Rd. 4bd/2.5bath,
2500 sq.ft. living, Lg. scrn
pool. 2 two car garages.
3600 sq.ft. remodeled
barn with sep. living area.
Very private, gated and
fenced. Close to 1-95 and
US 92. $2,000,000.
386-334-7943
PORT ST. LUCIE:
Waterfront C-24 canal
3/2.5/2 with dock, fenced
yard. 1654 SW Lexington
Dr. $215K 561-289-8877
772-708-0073
ROCKLEDGE Large Im-
maculate All New 2
br/lba, Lge fenced yard.
RV & Boat Parking. Good
area. Seller pays all
costs. $125,900 Bob
407-694-4645
SATELLITE BEACH -
4/2 pool home, $259K.
INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
- 3/2 + 2 car gar. totally
remodeled, $259K.
MELBOURNE Buy or
lease, cute older home.
Wood floors, double lot,
$169K or $950/monthly.
Oceanside Realty
321-951-7577
SOUTH DAYTONA 3/1/1
You can see the com-
plete listing on
BuyOwner.com code
#ORL26237. Furniture
may be included, de-
pending on offer. Owner
is relocating and is moti-
vated to sell. Call
386-760-2193 or
803-719-1040
ST. LUCIE WEST -
4/3/2.5 lush landscape
Reduced to $345,000.
Go To www.gesales.net
for more details &
pictures 865-824-8340
SUNTREE,on golf course
near water, 3 BR/3 BA +
bonusroom,2 car gar, new
wood floors, new apple's ,
spa, loft, $389,000. Will fi-
nance. 321-544-8784
TITUSVILLE, FSBO. 4/2,
.23 ac lot, well/irrigation
sys., 12x34 scrn'd porch,
CBS, storage bldg. For
appt.321-258-1168. Own-
er to pay1/2 closing costs


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VERO BEACH
Remodeled CBS, 2 Br/
lba, Florida room. Cor-
ner lot, central ac, ceiling
fans, dishwasher, wood
floors, washer/dryer in
separate utility room, car-
port, shed. Convenient to
Route 60 & US1. Rose-
wood School district.
$119,000. 772-812-1000.
VERO LAKE ESTATES
for sale by owner 3/2/1
Brick house. 2 years old.
Hurr shutters. Room for
expansion & pool
$180,000 561-602-5681

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FT. PIERCE Savannahs
Condo Assoc. 2-br/2-ba 1
story end unit. Comm
pool & lee. Imm occ.
Asking $98,900
931-852-2884

HOBE SOUND 2br/2.5ba
Heritage Ridge Golf
Comm. Community 'pools
screened patio, all appls,
interior repainted.
$179,000 772-485-0858

INDIAN HARBOUR Bch-
1/4 mi. from beach, newly
renovated 2 bdrm, 2.5 ba
w/ fenced yard, patio, tile
floors & new appliances.
$150K call 772-453-9595




PALM BAY adjacent du-
plexes by owner. 2/1/1
each side. $149K; 2/1 &
1/1 w/carports $139K.
City Water. Make Deal!
No agents 321-426-5511





BAREFOOT BAY: Lot
for sale. 1173 Barefoot
Circle, canal lot 50 x 115.
City water & sewer.
Asking $59,500.
772-770-9475

FELLSMERE 5 acres.
1/2 acre pond, many
oaks. Area of beautiful
homes West of Fellsmere
Some owner financing.
Asking $190,000 14410
95th St. 1-931-796-1880

GAINESVILLE/OCALA
Area, 1 acre. Beautiful
country setting. Owner fi-
nancing, No down pay-
ment! Only $307/mo
$29,900 352-215-1018

NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Log cabin shell, 2.26acs.,
ready to finish. $99,900.
Acreage available with
stunning views. E-Z fi-
nancing.828-652-8700,
fallcreekland.com

PALM BAY SW, 80x125,
close to shopping, restau-
rants, 1-95, $22,500. Own-
er will finance with $2000
down. Call 321-951-1211

PALM CITY- 1/2 acre
Cobblestone, On lake &
golf green, high/dry with
existing bldg pad. $199K
call Pat 561-876-1885

PORT ST LUCIE 4.45
acre lot in PGA Reserve
7832 Saddlebrook Drive.
Lot #9 in Sabal Creek
Phase 1. $295,000/nego.
Highly motivated!
Days 772-201-2087
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2/2 with private courtyard, 1 minute division, lakeside, trussed porch.
Too many upgraded to list. 4 bed-
walk to Serene Lake very quiet and rooms, 2.5 baths, 3 car garage.
very roomy! Large master bedroom Built 2004. Best price with the most
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PORT ST. LUCIE -
Southbend, treed lot,
high and dry, backs up to
lake. $67,000 OBO Call
Larry 229-247-2871
TITUSVILLE Lot w/plans
3/2 home $29K, will build
for $159K, ownr financing
954-822-0507; 448-3185
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COCOA, QUAINT, quiet
55+, 2004 Nobility 3BR/ 2
BA,carport, screen porch,
attached shed, all new
appl's incl., lived in 2 yrs.,
$61,500. 321-639-4135
COCOA. MODEL
CLOSEOUTS, Come
see, you won't believe.
Call Sheila 321-501-2699
MELBOURNE, Great
Deal priced to sell. 55+
Park. 1BR/1BA, .add on
FL. Room. Reconditioned
inside & out. $5,900.
321-951-0316
PALM HARBOR 4br/2ba
Tile Floor, Energy Pack-
age, Deluxe loaded. Over
2,200 sq ft. 30th Anniver-
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SEBASTIAN Whispering
Palms. 55+ Adult resort.
05 2-br/2-ba 16 x 52. 2
pools, tennis, biking, ping
pong. Must Sell! $21,000.
772-766-3550
W. MELBOURNE, 52'+
porch, 2/2, 11'x25' shed +
carport, many upgrades.
$290 rent. 45 mins. to Or-
lando, 3 mins. to airport.
$48,500. 321-704-1163




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AIKEN
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plantation, 30% pasture,
$2,900 per acre. Owner
803-640-3497


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fireplace, huge detached
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w/covered patio, Property
backs to River ranch hunt
club. $180,000 Obo
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ELLIJAY GA 2200sf
manufactured home on
2+/- acres w/creek. 800
sf covered porch, stone
fireplace, ss appliances.
139,900 404-512-0789
www.galandhome.com
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3+ ac, 500 ft on trout
stream, seasonal view in
gated comm. Paved road.
Septic approved.
$127,500 772-486-6589
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1-866-353-4809
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acres. Year round view.
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HORSE & BUGGY
Country Beautiful 3Br
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Ohio. $149,900, Owner
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KENTUCKY LAND
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*1AC. Beautiful tract
$500/down, $96/mo
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$199/mo (7.5%).
*3ACS. Beautiful pond,
$750/down, $168/mo
(7.5%). 270-791-2538

Lovely 4BR/2.5Ba, 2400
sf home on approx. 2
acres in Perry, Fla.- .a
small rural town approx.
50 miles SE of Tallahas-
see. Beautiful pool & pa-
tio area w/tall privacy
fence, gazebo w/hottub.
Reduced- $245,000. Call
386-658-3378 or cell
386-208-2589. (fsbo)

Miami 4Bdr/3Bath,
$79,500. This Foreclo-
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800-774-0533

N GEORGIA & NC
MOUNTAINS $39,900/
$69,900 Homesites.
Land/ log home pkg kits
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1-888-389-3504x600
www.BRDNC.com

N.C., Beautiful Mountain
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3/1, Carport. 40' front
porch. 22.53acres,
1487'road & 835'creek
frontage. Near Chimney
Rock & Lake Lure. Close
to Rutherfordton
$500,000. 828-396-2655


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FORT PIERCE, FL
* 5616 Sun Pointe Dr
5BR 3BA 2,465sf+/-.
Built 2003. Approx .14ac
lot. Portofino. Shores
subdivision.
Opening Bid: $50,000
Inspections: 1-4pm Sun.
Oct. 7th & 14th and 2hrs
prior to sale.
Sells: 5:30pm, Mon.,
Oct. 15th


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S24,900. Great for in-
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NC LOG CABIN
Beautiful 2BR/ 2BA, fully
furnished w/ wrap-around
deck & hot tub. Like New!
Rental Income! Great
investment-Smoky Mtns.
321-432-1557 $185,000
NC MOUNTAINS 2 acres
with great view, very pri-
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Asheville areas finest
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Great access, adjoins
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Mountain homesites 1-18
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NORTH CAROLINA
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Log cabin shell, 1.32acs.
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NORTH GEORGIA, Mtn
Top Home 3 levels, 30
Mile Views. Value $249K
MUST sell $219K or rent
weekly to check out area
only $600/wk. Land value
alone $100K. The ulti-
mate vacation or retire-
ment home 706-636-2056
OHIO RIVER VIEW 83
Acres w/5 bay building.
St. Mary's WV.
$189,900. 260. Acres
mostly, wooded w/ 1/2
mile of frontage on the
Muskingum River.
$549,000 Owner Financ-
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PORT ST LUCIE, FL
* 5875 NW Hanri Dr
5BR 3BA 2,694sf+/-. Built
2005. Approx .222ac lot.
Taxes approx $6154 ('06).
Port St Lucie subdivision.
Opening Bid: $50,000
Inspections: 1-4pm Sun.
Oct. 7th & 14th and 2hrs
prior to sale.
Sells: 3:45pm, Mon.,
Oct. ,15th


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FORT PIERCE
COMMERCIAL/
INDUSTRIAL
WAREHOUSE FOR
SALE
2700 sqft, with 4 over-
head doors, one acre of
parking, in the heart of
Fort Pierce. US1 & Dick-
son Drive. $699,000.
772-521-5111

FORT PIERCE
COMMERCIAL/
INDUSTRIAL
WAREHOUSE FOR
SALE
2700 sqft, with 4 over-
head doors, one acre of
parking, in the heart of
Fort Pierce. US1 & Dick-
son Drive. $699,000.
772-521-5111

STUART Free standing
historical office across
from Martin County Court
House, 1400 sq ft. Great
location. $544,000
772-631-6682




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MELBOURNE Mature,
responsible female will
share comfortable 4 BR
home w/same,$125/week
or $500/month incl's. all.
321-259-4659 / 259-1229
MELBOURNE BEACH,
female to share large new
pool home same, no pets.
$550/month includes util-
ities. Call 321-266-4870
for information.
MELBOURNE, near FIT,
female to share 3 BR
home w/same, furn. mas-
ter BR, priv.BA, full house
privileges, $500/month,
util's incl'd. 321-508-0682
N. MELBOURNE room-
mate wanted, no smoking
or pets, $450 per month +
$200 security includes all.
Available now! Please
call 321-684-1108 -
PALM BAY NW. New
home. Private bath.
Clean, quiet, share w/one
other. References re-
quired. $145 per week in-
cludes all. 321-676-7770
PALM BAY, on river,
$400 includes all, great
for retiree or fixed in-
come. Cable Included.
321-506-2546
SATELLITE BCH. Prof.
to share pool home
w/same, 2 blocks from
beach, Furn. priv. bed &
bath, $550/mo. + util's.
/deposit. 321-626-8408
SATELLITE BEACH (2)
rooms, college age room-
mates for compl. renovat-
ed pool home, new apple's,
W/D,$425 incl.util's. Dep./
Ref's req'd. 321-728-3803
W. MELBOURNE, clean,
quiet, non-smoking Chris-
tian lady looking to share
townhouse w/same, all
amenities. Own room &
BA, $425/mo. + 1/2 util's,
+ dep. Ref's req'd & prov.
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VERO BEACH $195/wk
1br unit with balcony.
Close to Downtown, in-
cludes all utilities. Newly
painted & clean.
772-643-8826
VERO BEACH
HOUSES, CONDO'S Fur-
nished starting at $800.
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BEACH RENTAL 1BR
Condo, fully furnished,
2nd floor apt, W/D, pool,
hot tub, fitness rm, tennis,
walk to beach, shopping,
$995/mo 413-684-1436




BEACH/CAPE, steps to
ocean, nice clean 2/1.5,
W/D, fresh paint, new tile,
fenced yard, convenient
to all. Small pet. Call now
$775/mo 321-459-2628
CAPE CANAVERAL -
1BR, Next to rec center.
All tile floors. New win-
dows, doors & kitchen.
No pets. Call Mr. Spain
321-431-2574
DAYTONA BEACH -
Gorgeous Beachside
New, totally renovated
1bd/1ba. Central AC/
heat. Large.$750. Ocean-
views. Owner/Realtor
386-316-3133
DAYTONA BEACH- Wa-
terfront, new condos in
gated community. Pool,
jacuzzi, fitness center,
fully furnished, upgraded
appliances. 2br/2ba
$1295/mo. or lbr/lba
$950/mo Utilities includ-
ed. 321-356-1503
EAU GALLIE 1BR $600.
COCOA BCH 2BR $700
COCOA 3BR House
$950. 321-631-9649
EAU GALLIE/Melbourne
1/1 riverfront apt. w/ river
view patio. Laundromat,
free cable, priv fishing pier.
New appis. $650/mo + sec
& utilities, no pets. 321-
574-0701,591-1891

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MELB. BCH. STUDIO,
Sleeps 1 or 2, full kitch-
en, fully furnished, king &
sofa beds. Incl: internet,
basic, electric & utils.
$273/week or $1092
/month. 321-725-8392
MELBOURNE RENT
TO OWN. 1BR/1BA Con-
do,- totally renovated,
$675/mo includes water,
trash, TV, cable & pool.
321-626-0731
MELBOURNE BEACH
Remddeled Studios & 1
BR 'apts., walking dis-
tance to beach and river.
From `$600-$800/month.
Call 321-525-0210
MELBOURNE BEACH,
1 BR/1.5BA $795/mo.
Pool, tennis, fitness room,
across from beach. Bike
room, good parking. No
pets. 954-260-4092
MELBOURNE BEACH,
2/2 Condo, ocean view
from all rooms. All appli-
ances, Irg closets, garage
parking, community pool
$1400 lyr 561-252-3968
MELBOURNE CONDO -
2BR/2BA screened
porch, newly painted. 1st
floor. Water & cable in-
cluded. $750/mo + $750
deposit. 321-636-1574
MELBOURNE or PALM
BAY 2BR 1BA, Very rea-
sonable rent Call
305-971-0105
MELBOURNE, 2/1, cen-.
tral air, W/D hook-up, free
cable. Circle Ave off N.
Babcock. No pets, new
stove/refrig. $650/month
321-757-5851
MELBOURNE, 2/2 re-
modeled COndo, screen
porch, pool, laundry room,
close to shopping, BCC,
park. $875/ month
321-254-800.2, 427-9833
MELBOURNE, 2BR 2BA
completely renovated,
community pool, tennis
courts. Includes water,
cable, pest control,
across from Harbor City
Golf. $795 321-223-7465

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MELBOURNE- 1BR/1BA
Incis electric/water/pest
control & trash. Immed.
avail. $625/mo. + deposit
Call 321-722-0781
MELBOURNE/Eau Gal-
lie Area AVAILABLE
NOW 1/1. very Clean,
pets. ok. Highland Ave.
$600/mo. Incis water.
321-223-3410
PALM BAY Condo,
2BR/2BA 1st floor, split
plan, all appliances in-
cluded. $750/month in-
cludes water & cable.
321-779-4376
PALM BAY NE Wood-
side condo. 2/2 Screen
porch, close to shopping,
schools, & 1-95. $750/mo.
Intercoastal Realty
321-255-1661
PALM BAY, 2 BR / 2 BA,
kitchen, large living & din-
ing, pool, close to shop-
ping, no pets. References
required. Call for more in-
formation 321-956-8843
PALM BAY, Malibu Vil-
la's, 2/2 All appliances,
tiled, W/D, end unit, 1st
floor, close to shopping,
schools, community pool.
$725 + dep 321-749-6273
SEBASTIAN New Com-
munity, Pelican Isles.
3/Br,2/Ba Apartments
with washer/ dryer. Ask
about our Move-in Spe-
cial 3 bedrooms only
(Income Restrictions)
925 Pelican Isles Circle.
772-581-4440
SEBASTIAN: 1BR/1BA,
A/C, screen lanai. South
Indian River Dr.
Convenient location, No
dogs. $700/mo. Call Tom
863-983-8064
SEBASTIAN: Adorable,
furn by river. 1 bdrm cot-
tages including utilities,
cable, w/d. No security
from $200. weekly. 11330
US Hwy 1. 772-321-3202
TITUSVILLE, S. Cute,
clean 2/1 apartment. Ap-
pliances included, small
backyard, friendly & quiet-
complex. $550/mo + $300
security 321-383-9535
TITUSVILLE: 2/1 tile,
new bathroom, super
clean, w/d, pool, no pets.
Walk to river. $650/mo
lease option avail. Enzo
Lombardi, Mike Selig &
Associates. 321-298-7757
VERO BEACH $635/mo
Luxury 1br apt includes
part utilities. Centrally lo-
cated. Newly painted.
Move in condition.
772-643-8826

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VERO BEACH Move in
special! Newly remod-
eled. 1 & 2 bdrms from
$575. Tile, new appl.
Close to beaches, parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013



BEACH Satellite Rent or
lease purchase 3/1.5,
garage, new kitchen, bath
$900/mo, Condo 2BR,
pool, beachpark, cable,
water incl. $800/m short/
long term 321-960-4803
BEACHSIDE INDIALAN-
TIC, 4/2, 2 car garage, Ig.
yard, Ig. scrn porch, new
kitchen, $1300/mo. First/
Last @ security. Great
schools! 321-726-1899
CAPE CANAVERAL,
Furnished 1BR/1BA
w/fully equipped kitchen
Avail 6 months. 2 blocks
to Beach. $885/mo plus
utilities. 407-739-2746
DESIRABLE NW PALM
BAY, large 3 BR/ 2 BA/2
car, all tile, new appl's,
large screen patio, $1000
per month plus security.
321-952-5245 / 773-0814
INDIALANTIC Ocean-
front 4br/2ba/2 car. In the
heart of Indialantic near
boardwalk. Enjoy private
deck on the bch. 2200sf.
Fenced yard. Pets ok.
$2200/mo. 321-308-0335


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INDIALANTIC HOUSE -
3/2, fenced yard. Walk to
bch! Furn/unfurn. $1250.
INDIALANTIC DUPLEX -
2b/lba, walk to Paradise
Beach. $875. Avail now!
Pets ok. Short term or
long term. 321-773-0199'

MELBOURNE 3/1.5, LR
& DR, water & electric incl
$850/mo. Also large 1BR,
eat-in kitchen. $650mo
inci electric & water. Sec-
tion 8 welcome, referen-
ces required. 1mo rent +
security 321-723-8242
MELBOURNE 3BR,1 BA,
1 car gar. new kit & bath.
wood firs. throughout.
Nice dble lot. For Sale by
owner $169K or rent $900
321-729-8252
MELBOURNE, Holly-
wood Estates, 2/2, scrn
room & laundry, new car-
pet, all appliances, comm.
pool & rec. hall, $775 per
month.,321-258-9203
MELBOURNE, 2 BR/2
BA, garage, porch, tiled,
appliances, pool, 1 year
lease, bright, nice &
clean! $875/mo. + $900
security. 321-255-0789
MELBOURNE, 3 BR/2
BA, garage, newly remod-
eled, large fenced yard,
water included, $1025 per
month plus security. Call
321-698-2939
MELBOURNE, COZY 3
'BR/2 'BA, near Sabal Ele-
mentary, AC/heat, car-
port, rear porch, large cor-
ner lot, $900/mo. Call
Pete at 321-591-8892
MELBOURNE: 3/1, Nice
home in quiet area, large
screened patio, new bath
/carpet/paint, fenced yard,
$750 mo. + $750 deposit.
321-652-3475
MERRITT ISLAND 5
bedrooms. 1810 Carlton.
Great Location! Big yard!
$1300 rent. $1300 de-
. posit. 321-591-6924 or
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MIMS, 3/2/1, large work-
shop, add'l covered park-
ing, remodeled, on 1
acre. Near,SR46 & 1-95
$1250/mo 321-268-6903
PALM BAY Rent to
own, 3/2/1, new doors &
carpet. nice lot, quiet.
$200 credit monthly to-
wards owning it.
$875/mo. 954-224-0622
PALM BAY ALL AREAS
2, 3, & 4br's. TH's, du-
plexes '& houses.Start @
$600/mo up to $2460/mo.
Avail NOW! Woodlake
Realty, inc. 321-723-8700


PALM BAY Beautiful &
spacious 3/2/1 on large
corner lot. Total upgrade
& ready for immediate
move in. Lease to own-
rent$ credit to purchase
$155,900.321.427.1375
PALM BAY NW, Emer-
son & Jupiter area, 3/2/2,
Ig. screen porch, corner
lot, new tile & appl's., city
water, $1100/month, 1st
/last/sec. 321-726-1899
PALM BAY SE Nepr
Bayside, quiet area. Lg.
3/2/2 car garage, built in
'06. Approx. 2000 sq. ft.
Asking $935/month. Call
305-338-0746
PALM BAY SE 3/2/2
$990/mo or by room
$375/rm Quiet area, large
fenced yard, furnished, all
appliances incl, avail
immediate 321-757-8157
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, NW
Available now, 3/2/2,
Pool, Appliances,
$1,200/mo, Call Mon-Fri
9a-5p, 321- 480-8750.


PALM BAY: Bayside
Lakes, upscale neighbor-
hood. 3/2/2 + den. Near
schools & shopping.
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Will consider pet. $1200/
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SUNTREE, 3 Bedroom +
loft, 3 bath, 2 car garage,
golf course view, granite
counters in kitchen, wood
floors, $2000/month + se-
curity. 321-544-8784
SUNTREE, 3 Bedroom +
loft, 3 bath, 2 car garage,
golf course view, granite
counters in kitchen, wood
floors, $2000/month + se-
curity. 321-544-8784
TITUSVILLE: 2/1 Near
Highway 50 & river. New
A/C & roof. Clean house,
all tiled, screened patio &
fenced yard. $850/mo
owner/agt 321-298-7757
TITUSVILLE: 3/2/2 on
corner lot. Nice brick
house, newly remodeled,
neutral colors, tile
throughout, nice applian-
ces, good location & near
Cocina schools. $995/mo
321-298-7757 owner/agt
VERO BEACH 2br/lba
+den, newly remodeled,
pergo & tile, fenced yard,
W/D. Quiet neighbor-
hood. $750 per month.
772-633-2862
VERO BEACH 07' Furn
4br/4ba/3cg,with pool,
3100 sqf in gated com-
munity. Pet Ok. Available
now. $5000/mo sea or
$2395 Ann 561-373-7369
VERO BEACH New
3-story, 3/2.5/2. 3,400sqft
Ocean/River Front. Ca-
thedral ceilings. Appl's
$3,500/mo 860-395-4122
or 860-388-2113
VERO BEACH Nice
2/2, Eat-in-Kitchen, W/D,
Newer appl. fenced back-
yard. $770/mo. Call
772-567-3399
VERO BEACH
HOUSES, CONDO'S Fur-
n & unfurn. Starting at
$600. Call Paula Rogers
& Assoc 772-231-9121,
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Nice 2 Br/ lba, Fla rm,
CBS construction. Corner
lot, central a6, ceiling
fans, dw, wood floors,
w/d in separate utility rm,
carport, shed. Conv. to
Rte 60 & US1 Rose-
wood Schools $800/mo.
No pets. Good credit,
Available Immediately
772-812-1000
772-337-9753.




INDIAN HARBOUR 3/3/2
Community pool, walk to
ocean. No pets $1250
plus security & utilities
321-258-6824
MELBOURNE BEACH, 6
mos new, 3/2.5/1+, amaz-
ing ocean views from
master suite, end unit,
gated comm. w/ private
beach & lots more, plenty
of light & space $1300/mo
321-795-8580

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TITUSVILLE Harbor
Pointe, River Front New
3/2/1, boat slip, gated &
many amenities. Short or
long term, $1,475/mo.
Lease option, owner fi-
nancing. 321-288-5464






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VERO BEACH: Pointe
West, New 4br/3ba/1 car
garage with lake & golf
course view. All
amenities, $1075 + sec
786-587-0209
VIERA, 3/2/2 Villa on fair-
way golf course, com-
munity pool, tennis, etc..
6, 9 or 12 month lease.
Lawn care included
$1350/mo 321-639-0730



CAPE, LIVE ON BEACH
2/2, completely furnished
executive home, profes-
sionals only, $1050/mo. +
sec. and utilities. Showing
now! 321-783-5448
PALM BAY SE, gorgeous
duplex, 3/2/2, $995/mo.
$300 off 1st month's rent!
Pay $695 1st mo. + $995
security to move in! Near
Babcock. 321-722-1438
SATELLITE BEACH -
2BR/1BA. Fireplace, ap-
pliances, garage, laundry,
tile floors, large yard,
across from beach. $750/
mo. 772-453-9595,




PALM BAY Office/ Re-
tail 1 unit 400sf. Avail.
Immed. 321-724-9154
PALM BAY next to Har-
ris, office space starting
at $300/mo. with confer-
ence room. Broad Realty,
3 2 1 2 5 8 5 9 1 6
www.allflrealestate.net




FORT PIERCE Ware-
house for rent. 1100 sqft,
2 overhead doors. Plenty
of Parking including
space for trucks $950/mo
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CAMERO Convertible
'69 completely restored
in/out. Orig engine, 86K
miles. $28,000/obo
ginnymac33@yahoo.com
772-633-8368
CHEVY '73 Laguna Sta-
tion Wagon,454 V8, 4 spd
auto, AC, PS/PB, duals,
& more! Lks grt, runs exc.
$10,900. 321-269-8251
DATSUN 280ZX, 1982,
nicely equipped, reliable
classic, $5985. Call or
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EL CAMINO 1981 Body
in good shape. Interior
'needs some work. Cold
A/C. 350 engine. $2,800
772-633-1850
PORSCHE 912 '67 Orig
car, stored for 9 years.
Running, needs TLC. 5
speed, $4000 obo.
772-563-0515 see photo
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VOLKSWAGEN '72
Dune Buggy, fully
restored, 1 of a kind.
$15,000 invested. Asking
$9500 772-631-6120




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BMW 740i 99', White &
Tan Cold Air, 6 CD/Cass,
AM/FM, Sunroof, Beauti-
ful Condition. 114k mi,
$11,500 772-631-6682
BUICK LESABRE, '87, 2
door coupe, rare, dark
red, clean, good condi-
tion, reliable, $1195/obo.
321-779-1356
CAMARO, '95 Z28, dark
purple, excellent condition
T-tops, good tires, CD,
leather seats, 87K miles,
$4,400 321-482-8228
CHEVY CORVETTE L82,
1979, like new, loaded,
completely restored,
$8500. 321-263-7115 or
321-268-1179
Convertible Sebring JXI,
99', P/W, P/L & P/S. Exc
cond. Runs great. Kelly
Blue Book $8,000+
Sacrifice $4,500 OBO
772-532-3892
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Inside
History of
Melbourne &
Eau Gallie ........ 2
History of
Palm Bay ...... 4
Airports .......... 18
Annual
Festivals ........... 7
Beaches ........ 13
Boat ramps
& Marinas ........ 8
Campgrounds
& RV parks ..... 18
Golf Courses.. 19
Historic
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Hospitals
& Clinics ........ 5
Libraries .......... 6
Movie
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Then and Now
A Look at the Past and Present
in South Brevard County


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October 5, 2007


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HOMETOWN NEWS


S N & W ,Friday, October 5, 2007


Our Historic Community


Photos courtesy of Dick Stanley, Stanley Studios
Images of downtown Melbourne, circa 1925 and 2007. Dick Stanley, the photographer of the 2007 image, has operated Stanley Studios in Melbourne since 1960.


Melbourne, Eau Gallie areas instrumental in growth


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE In less than 120
years, the Harbor City's population has
grown from a few hundred to more
than 77,000.
Unique geological features, such as
high bluffs along the Indian River
Lagoon, safe harbors formed by the
many freshwater creeks spilling into the
lagoon and Brevard County's largest
lake, distinguish Melbourne from


surrounding areas.
Add to that a rich military history,
connections to Henry Flagler's Florida
East Coast Railway and a thriving
agricultural industry, and it's no
surprise Melbourne has experienced so
much growth in the past century.
Founded in 1888, most of Melbourne's
residents at the time lived near Crane
Creek, according to the city's official
Web site.
Barge traffic along the Indian River
Lagoon allowed for easy flow of goods


to and from residents.
Agricultural ventures included sugar
cane, rice and citrus, according to the
Rossetter House Museum's Web site.
The Rossetter House was a center-
piece in the Eau Gallie area, built near
the lagoon in 1908 when Eau Gallie had
a population of only 200 people.
With several piers jutting far into the
lagoon and scenic bluffs to build
houses and hotels, the area created
commercial districts in Eau Gallie and
Melbourne, including one along Front


Street.
The "Trysting Stairs" a wooden
stairway leading up to the bluff at the
north end of Front Street became a
popular meeting place for young
people in love, according to the city's
Web site.
One of Melbourne's oldest neighbor-
hoods was created after Crane Creek
was bridged in 1886, wrote local
historian Fred Hopwood in "Pioneer
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Friday, October 5,2007 THEN & NOW


Growth
From page 2
Settlers of Melbourne, Florida."
The area was called the Tar Heel neighborhood
because it was settled by the Comstock family
from North Carolina.
Some of the century-old Tar Heel homes are
still visible along Riverview Drive south of the
Melbourne Causeway.
When the railroad arrived in 1893, boat traffic
on the lagoon decreased and the city lost its
status as a transportation route.
Decades later, the Indian River lagoon and
Sebastian Inlet became popular drop-off points
for Bahamian rumrunners during Prohibition,
wrote Mr. Hopwood.
In 1919, much of the downtown area was lost
in a massive fire. The blaze started when a
boarding house tenant threw a kerosene lantern
out of a window after someone reportedly shot
it full of holes, according to the city's Web site.
The area was hit hard by the Depression, and
the city ended up filing for bankruptcy on Aug.
25, 1939, Mr. Hopwood wrote.
By 1941, the area entered a period of prosperi-
ty again.
In 1942, what is now the Melbourne Interna-
.tional Airport was commissioned as the Mel-
bourne Naval Air Station.
More than 2,200 pilots trained in Grumman
Wildcat and Hellcat fighter planes in the
decades that followed. More than 60 pilots died
in aerial accidents, according to the city's Web
site.
Between 1940 and 1960, the population of
Melbourne and Eau Gallie increased from 5,330
to more than 24,000, according to "Images of
America, Melbourne and Eau Gallie," written by
Karen Raley and Ann Raley Flotte.
Much of the population explosion was due to
NASA's and Patrick Air Force Base's roles in the
space race, wrote Ms. Raley.
While the Melbourne and Eau Gallie were
consolidated in 1969, both areas still have
unique downtown districts.
For more information on Melbourne's history,
visit www.melbourneflorida.org or www. rosset-
terhousemuseum.org.

Contact Gretchen Sauerman at (321) 751-5961
or sauerman@hometownnewsol.com.


Photo courtesy of city of Melbourne
Construction of the Melbourne Hotel building at the corner of New Haven Avenue and U.S. 1 was completed in
1924.


The 1900 Building, at
the corner of New
Haven Avenue and
U.S. 1, now houses
offices.









Kaitlin Norton
staff photographer


To learn more about our history


For readers interested in learning more about the area's
history, here is a list of local historical organizations.
Brevard Heritage Council, 870 Indionola Drive,
Merritt Island, FL 32953. The group was established in
1988 to preserve, enhance, revitalize and use architec-
turally significant buildings in Brevard County by
uniting efforts of all preservation groups within the area.
www.brevardheritagecounmcil.org.
The Brevard Museum of History and Natural
Science, 2201 Michigan Ave., Cocoa. (321) 632-1830,
bmhs@brevardnuseum.org, wiw.brevardmnuseum.org.
Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Saturday.
Admission: $6 adults, $4.50 children, ages 5-16, $5.50
seniors and active duty military with ID, $5 college
students, free for children 4 and younger and Brevard


County teachers. Group and tour rates available:
marymkb@bellsouth.net.
Florida Historical Society, 435 Brevard Ave., Cocoa.
(321) 690-1971. www.florida-historical-soc.org.The
society's primary mission is to collect, preserve and
publish materials relating to the history of Florida and
its people.
North Brevard Historical Society, 801 S.
Washington Ave.,Titusville. Phone: (4321) 269-3658.
Operates the North Brevard Historical Museum.
www.nbbd.com/godolhistory. The society meets at 7:30
p.m. fourth Mondays in the museum. Museum hours: 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.
South Brevard Historical Society, P. O. Box 1064,
Melbourne, FL 32902-1064.


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Friday, October 5, 2007


Palm Bay named for its lush tropical landscape

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Palm Bay boasts a rich history. The
first known residents were the Ais, a
semi-nomadic tribe of Timucuan
Indians who settled along the Indian
River Lagoon and the banks of Turkey
Creek.
The excellent fishing and plentiful
wildlife attracted the Ais Indians. The
Ais lived in this region for thousands of
years but began to die shortly after the
arrival of the Spanish explorers in the
17th century.
Many died from diseases such as
smallpox and measles. Others were
enslaved or killed by the Spanish
conquerors.
By the mid-1600s, the Ais had com-
pletely vanished, leaving behind only
signs of this lost, rich culture, including
shell mounds, pottery, arrowheads and
other artifacts.
The first European settlers began to
trickle into Brevard County around the
mid-1840s. The 1850 U.S. Census
recorded a population of 139 people in
Brevard County, but this number
gradually increased as the Indians left
and citrus groves were established.
. A few of those early homesteaders
created a town called Tillman, located
at the mouth of Turkey Creek, and they
established the Tillman Post Office in
1887.
The advent of the railroad in 1894
brought further development to the
town of Tillman. Visitors arriving by rail
found a sleepy river village that offered
a post office, hotel and a few stores.
At the turn of the century, the local
population of Tillman totaled approxi-
mately 25 hearty souls, which changed
in 1910 as the Indian River Land
Company began to market this area.
Approximately 105 families, many of
whom were German and Slavic settlers
from the Midwest, bought land in
Tillman.
In 1914, these early settlers built St.
Joseph's Catholic Church on Miller
Street, a vibrant parish located in the
heart of Palm Bay to this day. The
original Miller Street church is still
standing and is Palm Bay's oldest
structure. It's on the National Register
of Historic Buildings.
Around 1925, the 200 residents of
Tillman made a decision to change the


In 1972, local teenagers cool off in Turkey Creek at a popular swimming spot.


town name to "Palm Bay."
The lush palm trees that lined the bay
at the mouth of Turkey Creek inspired
the enchanting name. With its new
name, Palm Bay's population gradually
swelled to about 800 families by 1950.
Palm Bay experienced a major surge
in growth following World War II and
the creation of the National Aeronau-
tics and Space Administration (NASA)
in 1958.
Palm Bay was incorporated on Jan. 16,
1960.
The city continued to rapidly expand

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THEN & NOW


wildlife find sanctuary in northeast Palm Bay


BY KAREN BRAYNARD
Staff writer

The Turkey Creek Sanctuary is nestled
within the northeastern part of Palm
Bay.
Park ranger Oli Johnson said city and
county residents recognize the impor-
tance of preserving the area by over-
whelmingly supporting taxes to
promote the sanctuary.
"They see the benefit of ensuring the
preservation of this area," he said.
As an educational focal point for
environmental studies in the county,
Turkey Creek Sanctuary has been
visited by thousands of children over
the years.
The Margaret Haies Nature Center
houses a reference with books,
videos and other m trials.
Ranger-guided tours are offered every
Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m.
Mr. Johnson said he is pleased to
point out that while the city funds his
and two other employees' salaries,


much of their budget is supported by
volunteers, donations and fundraisers.
The lush palm trees that lined the bay
at the mouth of Turkey Creek inspired
the name for the city of Palm Bay in
1925.
Documented in the'Turkey Creek
Sanctuary Committee History, the
sanctuary was designated on Sept. 2,
1977 when 26.5 acres along the creek
banks were donated to the Florida
Audubon Society by the General
Development Corp.
According to-this history, the inten-
tion of the donation was to ensure the
conservation, protection and mainte-
nance of this area in its natural state.
In 1979, a group of concerned
citizens formed the "Friends of Turkey
Creek Hammock" with Diane Barile as
president.
The Archeology Club of Eau Gallie
High School conducted an archeologi-
cal dig in the creek bed in 1981, and
some artifacts were found.
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Palm Bay
From page 4


Hospitals, Clinics


and space-related companies like
Radiation Inc. spawned industrial
growth. In fact, local residents who
worked for Radiation manufactured
products that were used on Ameri-
ca's first communication and
weather satellites and on various
manned space flights, including the
Apollo missions to the Moon. In
1967, Harris Corp., one of the
current city's largest employers,
acquired Radiation.
During the next few decades, Palm
Bay continued to expand its infra-
structure by developing a number of
new buildings and services, including
schools, a new City Hall, fire stations,
police headquarters, library and road.
Likewise, new homes, shops and
businesses kept pace with the popula-
tion, thanks in part to Palm Bay's pro-
business climate.


Today, Palm Bay is the 21st largest
city in Florida by population-with
more than 100,000 residents, and is
the ninth largest city by size, covering
more than 98 square miles.
It encompasses 900 miles of paved
roads and is a haven for high-tech
companies.
With the recent opening of the
Lagoon House, a visitors' center and
public information resource for the
Indian River Lagoon Scenic Highway,
Palm Bay still retains the charming
characteristics of that original small
town situated on a scenic bay of the
Indian River Lagoon.
(Reprinted with permission from
www.palmbayflorida.org)

ContactKaren Braynardat (321) 751-
5962 or
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Hospitals

Cape Canaveral Hospital,
701 W. Cocoa Beach Cause-
way, Cocoa Beach, (321) 799-
7111.
* Holmes Regional Medical
Center, 1350 S. Hickory St.,
Melbourne, (321) 434-7000.
* Palm Bay Community
Hospital, 1425 Malabar Road
N.E., Palm Bay, (321) 434-
8000.
* Parrish Medical Center,
951 N. Washington Ave.,
Titusville, (321) 268-6111.
* Wuesthoff Medical Cen-
ter-Rockledge, 110 Long-
wood Ave., Rockledge, (321)


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636-2211.
* Wuesthoff Medical Cen-
ter-Melbourne, 250 N. Wick-
ham Road, Melbourne, (321)
752-1200.

Walk-in
Clinics/Urgent Care

Atlantis Urgent Care,
2194 AIA, No. 106, Indian
Harbour Beach, (321) 777-
2273.
* Brevard Family Walk-in
Clinic, 1260 U.S. 1, Rock-
ledge, (321) 636-0005.
* Melbourne Urgent Care,
187 S. Wickham Road, Mel-


bourne, (321) 953-9981.
* Omni Healthcare's
Urgent Care Center, 2501
W. New Haven Ave., West
Melbourne, (321) 723-9411.
* Premier Urgent Care,
6300 N. Wickham Road,
Suite 101, Melbourne, (321)
253-2169.
* Royal Oaks Medical
Centers, 1855 Knox McRae
Drive, Titusville, (321) 269-
2028.
* Royal Oaks Medical
Centers, 7227 N. U.S. 1, Port
St. John, (321) 637-1595.
* Sinai Walk-in Clinic,
2070 U.S. 1, No. 102, Rock-
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Development Assistance Program
grant was awarded in 1983 to construct
a boardwalk and fencing for the
sanctuary.
An additional FRDAP grant of
$100,000 was received in 1983, and 60
more acres were set aside for inclusion
into the sanctuary.
Once the boardwalk was completed
in 1986, attention turned to the
construction of a nature center. That
facility was completed in 1992 and
named for Margaret Hames.
In May of that year, the Florida
Community Trust provided $1 million
in matching funds for the acquisition
of 60 more acres.
After a failed attempt to clean up the
silt and remove sediment that had
filled many areas of the creek, a major
project got under way.
The Friends of Turkey Creek persuad-
ed city officials, the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers, the St. Johns River Water
Management District, The Melbourne-
Tillman Water Control District, and


state Rep. Mitch Needleman and U.S.
Rep. Dave Weldon to support the
funding of projects aimed at improving
the navigation and water quality in
Turkey Creek.
According to the St. Johns River Water
Management Division Web site, it was
"a model for citizens action groups
everywhere."
Mr. Johnson and his staff continue to
monitor water quality for the Marine
Resource Center.
Turkey Creek Sanctuary is open to
the pubic 365 days a year from 7 a.m.
to sunset. The nature center is open
from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-
Friday. The weekend hours are contin-
gent on volunteer availability. Admis-
sion is free.
For more information, call (321) 676-
6690. The sanctuary is located at 1518
San Diego St., near the community
center and city library.

Contact Karen Braynard at (321) 751-
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THEN & NOW Friday, October 5,2007


E.G. Banks Building


The State Bank of Eau Gallie was built
Avenue and Eau Gallie Boulevard.


Photo courtesy of Rossetter House Museum
in 1925 at the intersection of Highland


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
The building on the corner of Highland Avenue and Eau Gallie Boulevard is cur-
rently the E.G. Banks restaurant.


Libraries


Brevard County Law Library: Harry T. and
Harriette V. Moore Justice Center, 2825 Judge
Fran Jamieson Way, Viera. (321) 617-7295.
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Fridays.
Closed Saturdays and Sundays.
Cape Canaveral Public Library: 201 Polk
Ave. (321) 868-1101. Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays;
9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday and Thursdays; and
closed Sundays.
Central Brevard Public Library and Refer-
ence Center: 308 Forrest Ave., Cocoa. (321)
633-1792. Hours: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to
Thursday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. to 5
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Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday,
and 1-5 p.m. Sunday.
Eau Gallie Public Library: 1521 Pineapple
Ave., Melbourne. (321) 255-4304. Hours: 9 a.m.
to 9 p.m. Monday to Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and closed
Sunday.
Franklin T. DeGroodt Public Library: 6475
Minton Road S.W., Palm Bay. (321) 952-6317.
Hours: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Thursday, 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 1-5 p.m.
Sunday.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Public Library:
955 E. University Blvd., Melbourne. (321) 952-
4511. Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Wednes-
day and Friday; 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday; and closed


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Melbourne Public Library: 540 E. Fee Ave.
(321) 952-4514. Hours: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday
to Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Satur-
day, and 1-5 p.m. Sunday.
Melbourne Beach Public Library: 324
Ocean Ave. (321) 956-5642. Hours: 9 a.m. to 9
p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday; 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday; and
closed Sunday.
Merritt Island Public Library: 1195 N.
Courtenay Parkway. (321) 455-1369. Hours: 9
a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Friday and Saturday, and closed Sunday.
Mims/Scottsmoor Public Library: 3615
Lionel Road, Mims. (321) 264-5080. Hours: 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday and Friday, 9 a.m. to 8
p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday and
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5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Satur-
day; 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday; and
closed Sunday.
Port St. John Public Library: 6500 Carole
Ave. (321) 633-1867. Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday; 9
a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday; and closed
Sunday.
Satellite Beach Public Library: 751
Jamaica Blvd. (321) 779-4004. Hours: 9 a.m. to 9
p.m. Monday to Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday
and Saturday, and closed Sunday.
South Mainland Public Library: 7921 Ron
Beatty Blvd., Micco. (772) 664-4066. Hours: 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday; 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday and Thurs-
day; and closed Sunday.
Suntree/Viera Public Library: 902 Jordan
Blass Drive, Melbourne. (321) 255-4404. Hours:
9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 1-5 p.m. Sunday.
Titusville Public Library: 2121 S. Hopkins
Ave. (321) 264-5026. Hours: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Monday to Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and
Saturday, and 1-5 p.m. Sunday.
West Melbourne Public Library: 2755
Wingate Blvd. (321) 952-4508. Hours: 9 a.m. to 9
p.m. Monday Wednesday and Thursday; 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Friday and Saturday; and
closed Sunday.









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HOMETOWN NEWS


Friday, October 5, 2007


Festivals


October

Crackerfest: Erna Nixon Park in Melbourne,
Oct. 6 (321) 952-4525.
Stephen Miller Memorial Biker & Blues
Bash: Space Coast Harley-Davidson in Palm
Bay, Oct. 13. (321) 784-0830. www.stephen-
millerblues.com. -
Masters of Art (formerly the Fall Art &
Craft Festival): In historic downtown Mel-
bourne, Oct. 20-21. (321) 724-1741. www.down-
townmelboume.com.
Mayberry Day: Cocoa Village, TBA. (321)
615-8480.
Oktoberfest: Wickham Park, Melbourne,
TBA. (321) 633-4028.

November

Artworks of Eau Gallie: Downtown Olde
Eau Gallie, Nov. 17-18. (321) 242-1456.
Festival of Trees: Melbourne Square Mall,
Nov. 10-11. (321) 676-5798. www.jIsb.net.
Forest Festival: Enchanted Forest Sanctu-
ary, Titusville. TBA. (321) 264-5185. E-mail
earthday@nbbd.com.
Indian Harbour Beach Arts & Crafts
Show: Gleason Park, Nov. 17. (321) 773-0552.
Native American Gathering: Brevard Com-
munity College, Cocoa campus, TBA. (321) 433-
7355.
Space Coast State Fair: Cocoa Expo
Sports Center, TBA. (321) 639-1204.
www.cocoaexpo.com.
Space Coast Light Fest: Downtown Cocoa
Beach, TBA (321) 784-3322.

December

Native American Heritage Gathering and
Melbourne Pow Wow: Wickham Park, Mel-
bourne, TBA. (321) 452-1671. www.native-
heritagegathering.org.
Moore Christmas Craft Festival: Moore
Memorial Park, Mims, TBA. (321) 264-6595.

FESTIVALS 2008

January

Space Coast Birding Festival: Presented
by the Brevard Nature Alliance, Jan. 23-27 at the
Titusville campus of Brevard Community Col-
lege. (321) 268-5224 or e-mail neta@nature-
andspace.com.
Heritage Festival: Presented by Our Lady of
Grace Catholic Parish, Jan. 25-27 at the church
at 300 Malabar Road, Palm Bay. (321) 725-
3066.

February

Greek Festival: Presented by St. Katherine
Greek Orthodox Church, Feb.22-24. Call (321)
254-1045 or e-mail stkatherine@bellsouth.net.
Grant Seafood Festival: Feb. 23-24 at the
Grant Community Center, Feb. 23-24. (321) 723-
8687 or visit www.grantseafoodfestival.com.
Indiafest: Wickham Park, Melbourne,TBA.
(321) 779-0110. www.iascbrevard.com.
Space Coast Wine & Beer Festival: King
Center for the Performing Arts, Feb. 24. (321)
242-2024. www.brevardsymphony.com.

March

Big Squeeze Juice Festival: Presented by


the Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce at the
Palm Bay campus of Brevard Community Col-
lege, TBA. Call (321) 951-9998.
www.bigsqueezejuicefestival.com.
Cocoa Beach Jazz Festival: Presented by
Heidi's Jazz Club, TBA. (321) 783-4559.
Kite and Music Festival: Presented by the
Brevard County Parks and Recreation at
Ocean Park in Melbourne Beach, March 29.
(321) 255-4400.
Mardi Gras: Presented by the city of
Cocoa, March 6-9 in Cocoa Village. (321)
639-3500.
Space Coast Music Festival: Palm Bay
Harley-Davidson, TBA. (321) 784-0830.
Strawberry Festival: Presented by Habi-
tat for Humanity of Brevard County, March 1 at
Wickham Park Pavilion, Melbourne. (321)
255-5800.
Tico Warbird Air Show: Presented at
Space Coast Regional Airport, Titusville,
March 14-16. (321) 268-1491.
Zonta Chocolate Festival: TBA (321)
729-0755.

April

Earth Day Festival: Presented by the
Enchanted Forest Sanctuary in Titusville,
TBA. (321) 264-5185. www.enchantedforest-
friends.org.
Indian River Festival: Sand Point Park in
Titusville, April 17-20. (321) 267-3036.
www.irftitusville.com.
Ron Jon Easter Surfing Festival: Cocoa
Beach Pier and Shepard Park, March 20-23.
(321) 783-7549. www.cocoabeachpier.com.
Melbourne Art Festival: Historic down-
town Melbourne, April 26-27. (321) 722-1964.
www.melbournearts.org.

May

Founder's Day: downtown Melbourne
Beach and Ryckman Park, May 5. (321) 724-
5860. www.melbournebeachfl.org.
Summer Craft Fair: Cocoa Village, TBA.
(321) 631-6890 or (321) 631-9075.
www.cocoavillage.com.
Beach Fest: Cocoa Beach Pier, TBA.
(321) 783-7549. www.cocoabeachpier.com.
Caribbean Jamboree: Palm Bay Region-
al Park, TBA (321) 728-2558.
www.bcasca.com.
Art of Harleys: Wickham Park, Mel-
bourne, TBA. (321) 752-3183. www.cbcbre-
vard.org.

June

Juneteenth: Campbell Community Cen-
ter, Titusville, TBA (321) 264-5037. www.june-
teenth.com.

August

National Kidney Foundation Pro-Am
Surf Festival: Lori Wilson Park, Cocoa
Beach, TBA. (800) 927-9659.
www.kidney fla. org.
Teen Fest: Kiwanis Island Park, TBA.
(321) 633-1874. www.spacecoastteens.com.
India Day: Melbourne Auditorium, TBA.
(321) 779-011.0. www.iascbrevard.com.

September

National Kidney Foundation: Lori Wilson
Park, Cocoa Beach Pier, Sept. 1-3


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Boating


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Photo courtesy of Rossetter House Museum
A turn of the century view of the Hodges Brothers Boat Ways and the Eau Gallie Yacht Club along the banks of the Eau Gallie River.


BREVARD COUNTY P
ARKS AND RECREATION
Boating Unpaved Launch

North Area
Mims Launch Ramp: 2010 Jones Ave.,,
Mims.

Boating Paved Ramp

North Area
Fox Lake Park: 4400 Fox Lake Road,,
Titusville.
Hatbill Park: 100 Hatbill Road, Mims
Kennedy Point Park: 4915 S. Washington
Ave., Titusville
Marina Park: 501 Marina Road, Titusville
Parrish Park-Titusville: 1 A. Max Brewer
Memorial Parkway, Titusville
Port St. John Boat Ramp: 6650 N. Cocoa
Blvd. (U.S. Highway 1), Port St John
Sand Point Park: 101 N. Washington Ave.,
Titusville
Scottsmoor Landing: 2400 Huntington
Ave., Scottsmoor



CURFSIFb
Players

P.O. Box 320053
Cocoa Beach, FL 32932-0053


* Six Mile Creek: 5900 State Road 46, Mims
Central Area-Mainland
James G. Bourbeau Memorial Park: 8195
King St. (Highway 520), Cocoa
Lee Wenner Park: 300 Riveredge Blvd.,
Cocoa
Leroy Wright Recreation Area: 8190 King
St. (Highway 520), Cocoa
McFarland Park: 2060 Indian River Drive,
Cocoa

Central Area-Merritt Island/Beaches
Kelly Park-East: 2550 N. Banana River
Drive, Merritt Island
Kiwanis Island Park: 951 Kiwanis Island
Park Road, Merritt Island
South Area
Eau Gallie Causeway Boat Ramp: Eau
Gallie Causeway (State Road 518), Melbourne
First Street Boat Ramp: 4727 First St.,
Grant
John Jorgensens Landing: 5045 U.S. 1,
Grant
Lake Washington Park: 6000 Lake Wash-
ington Road, Melbourne
Pineda Landing: 5995 N. U.S. 1, Mel-
bourne
Campgrounds
Long Point Park: 700 Long Point Road,
Melbourne Beach

Boat Launch Non-motorized

North Area
Fay Lake Wilderness Park: 6300 Fay
Blvd., Port St. John
Fox Lake Park: 4400 Fox Lake Road,
Titusville
Marina Park: 501 Marina Road, Titusville
Mims Launch Ramp: 2010 Jones Ave.,


Mims
Parrish Park-Titusville: 1 A. Max Brewer
Memorial Parkway, Titusville
Sand Point Park: 101 N. Washington Ave.,
Titusville
Six Mile Creek: 5900 State Road 46, Mims

Central Area-Mainland
F. Burton Smith Regional Park: 7575
King St. (Highway 520), Cocoa
Leroy Wright Recreation Area: 8190 King
St. (Highway 520), Cocoa

Central Area-Merritt Island/Beaches
Kelly Park-East: 2550 N. Banana River
Drive, Merritt Island
Kings Park: 995 Chase Hammock Road,
Merritt Island
Kiwanis Island Park: 951 Kiwanis Island
Park Road, Merritt Island
Manatee Cove Park: 4905 N. Tropical Trail,
Merritt Island
Ulumay Wildlife Sanctuary: 805 Sykes
Creek Parkway, Merritt Island

South Area
Lake Washington Park: 6000 Lake Wash-
ington Road, Melbourne
Melbourne Riverview Park: 2400
Riverview Drive, Melbourne
Pineda Landing: 5995 N. U.S. Highway 1,
Melbourne

Campgrounds
Long Point Park: 700 Long Point Road,
Melbourne Beach
Manatee Hammock: 7275 S. U.S. Highway
1, Titusville

Environmentally Endangered Lands
program
Buck Lake Conservation Area: State
Road 46 at Six Mile Creek, northwest Brevard
County


* Pine Island Conservation Area: Pine
Island Road, North Merritt Island.

YACHT CLUBS

East Coast Sailing Association:
www.ecsasail.com. (321) 779-0438. Satellite
Beach
* Eau Gallie Yacht Club: 100 Datura Drive,
Indian Harbour Beach. www.egyachtclub.com
(321) 773-2600
* Indian River Yacht Club:
www.ussailing.net/iryc/. Contact information:
iryc@cfl.rr.com; IRYC, P.O. Box 992, Cocoa,
FL 32923-0992
Kennedy Point Marine and Yacht Club:
4749 S. Washington Ave., Titusville. (321) 383-
0280 or (321) 267-0677
Melbourne Yacht Club: 1202 E. River
Drive, Melbourne, FL 32901. www.melbour-
neyachtclub.com. Contacts: Membership,
membership@melbourneyachtclub.com;
newsletter, myc-
news @melburneyachtclub.com
Port Canaveral Yacht Club: 900 Mullet
Drive, Cape Canaveral, FL 32920. www.pcyc-
fl.org/portal2/(321) 784-2292
*Titusville Sailing Club: 10 A. Max Brewer
Parkway, Titusville, FL 32796. www.sailti-
tusville.org

MARINAS

Anchorage Marina: 96 E. Eau Gallie
Causeway, Melbourne. (321) 773-3620
Banana River Marina: 1360 S. Banana
River Drive, Merritt Island. (321) 452-8622
Bills Discount Marine: 3800 U.S. 1, Valka-
ria. (321) 724-5153
Brevard Water Sports: 729 N. Harbor City


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Boating


The former Eau Gallie Yacht Club building is now a private residence as seen from this view from Ballard Park in Melbourne.


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer


) From PAGE 8

Blvd., Melbourne
Cape Marina: 800 Scallop Drive, Cape
Canaveral. (321) 783-8410. Charlie Lord,
www.lambsyachtcenter.com
Coyne's Marina: 8685 N. U.S. 1, Micco.
(561) 664-8500
Diamond 99 Marina: 4399 U.S. 1, Mel-
bourne. (321) 254-1490
Eau Gallie Yacht Basin & Boat Works:
587-589 Young St., Melbourne. (321) 254-
1766. (321) 242-6577. Charles Baird,
CABaird@worldnet.att.net
Florida Institute of Technology: 1308 E.
River Drive, Melbourne. (321) 768-8000
Funtime Boats: 1872 E. 520 Causeway,
Merritt Island. (321) 453-1111
Harbor Marina: 1101 N. Harbor City Blvd.,
Melbourne. (321) 725-9054
Harbor Square Marina: 1680 Central Ave.,
Merritt Island. (321) 453-2464


Harbortown Canaveral Marina: 2700 Har-
bortown Drive, Merritt Island. (321) 453-0160
Honest Johns Fish Camp: 750 Mullet
Creek Road, Melbourne Beach. (321) 727-
2923
Indian Cove Marina: 14 Myrtice Ave., Mer-
ritt Island. (321)452-8540
Intracoastal Marina: 705 S. Harbor City
Blvd., Melbourne. (321) 725-0090
Island Point Marina: 230 Myrtice Ave.,
Merritt Island. (321) 452-0541
Jays Harbor Light Marina: 2705 S. Tropi-
cal Trail, Merritt Island. (321) 453-6354
KARS Park: Hall Road, Merritt Island.
(321) 867-3891
Kennedy Point Marina: 4747 S. Washing-
ton Ave., Titusville. (321) 383-0280. Greg
Burgey, www.members.tripod.com/Kpoint
Lone Cabbage Fish Camp: 8199 State
Road 520, Cocoa. (321) 632-4199
Manatee Cove Marina & Boatyard: Patrick
Air Force Base, 876 Marina Road. (321) 494-
7455 Richard Rollins, Marina @patrick.af.mil


Marina Isles Club: 12 Marina Isles Blvd.,
Indian Harbor Beach, (321) 777-4411
Melbourne Harbor Marina: 2210 S. Front
St., Melbourne. (321) 725-9054. Tom Nelson,
www.melbourneharbor.com
New Port Marina: 960 Mullet Drive, Cape
Canaveral. (321) 784-5788
Oceanus Mobile Village & RV Park: 2290
S. A1A, Cocoa Beach. (321) 783-3871
Orange Cove Marina: 410 E. Cocoa Beach
Causeway, Cocoa Beach. (321) 783-8349
Outdoor Resorts: 3000 AlA, Melbourne
Beach. (321) 724-6056
Palm Bay Marina: 4350 Dixie Highway
N.E., Palm Bay. (321) 723-0851
Pelican Harbor Marina: 4220 Dixie High-
way N.E., Palm Bay. (321) 956-0960
Pineda Point Marina: 6175 N. Harbor City
Blvd., Melbourne. (321) 254-4199
Sebastian River Marina: 8525 U.S. 1,
Micco. (561) 664-3029
Sun Harbor Marina: 6155 N. U.S. 1, Mel-
bourne. (321) 254-6155


Suncove Fish Camp: 6885 S. U.S. 1,
Rockledge
Sunrise Marina: 505 Glen Cheek Drive,
Port Canaveral. (321) 783-9535
Sunset Caf6: 480 Cocoa Beach Cause-
way, Cocoa Beach. (321) 783-2380
Telemar Bay Marina: 1399 Banana River
Drive, Indian Harbor Beach. (321) 773-2468
Tingleys Marina and Fish Camp: 2725
Tingly Drive, Merritt Island. (321) 452-0504
Titusville Municipal Marina: 451 Marina
Road, Titusville. (321) 383-5600. Mark Leslie,
www.titusville.com/works/marina/index.htmi
Treasure Coast Marina and Boat Yard:
5185 U.S. 1, Grant. (321) 733-3390
Waterline Marina & Yacht Sales: 911 N.
Harbor City Blvd., Melbourne. (321) 254-0452
*Westland Marina: 419 N.Washington Ave.,
Titusville. (321) 267-1667
Whitley Bay Marina: 93 Delanney Ave.,
Cocoa. (321) 632-5445
Wiley Fish Camp: 2000-C Jones Ave.,
Mims. (321) 267-1716


Veterans


Air Force Sergeants Association, Orbiters
chapter 557/A577, Patrick Air Force Base golf
course clubhouse. (321) 476-3047.
American Legion Post 1, 1281 N. U.S. 1,
Titusville. (321) 269-9959.
American Legion Post 22, 22 Legion Lane,
Cocoa. (321) 636-9720.
American Legion Post 81, 2909 S. Harbor
City Blvd., Melbourne. (321) 723-2939.
American Legion Post 117, 189 Veterans
Drive S.E., Palm Bay. (321) 729-8089.
American Legion Post 163,1795 N. Harbor
City Blvd., Melbourne. (321) 259-7239.
American Legion Post 191, 2911 Grant St.,
Melbourne. (321) 676-1772.
American Legion Post 200, 105 Ocean
Blvd., Satellite Beach. (321) 773-5151.
American Legion Auxiliary Unit 332, KARS


Park, Kennedy Space Center. (321) 631-1388.
American Legion Post 348, 105 Lincoln
Ave., Cape Canaveral. (321) 799-1060.
American Legion Post 359, Port St. John,
7260 S. U.S. 1, Bellwood. (321) 268-1632.
AMVETS Post 893, 218 Hardee Lane, Rock-
ledge. (321) 639-9700.
Brevard County Veterans Services Team,
building B, County Government Center, 2725
Judge Fran Jamieson Way. (321) 633-2012. The
south county area number is (321) 952-4700,
Ext. 2012.
Brevard Veterans Council and Veterans
Memorial Center, 400 S. Sykes Creek Parkway,
Merritt Island. (321) 453-1776.


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Churches


Cape Canaveral

Christ Lutheran Church of Cape Canaveral,
7511 N. Atlantic Ave., (321) 783-3303.
First Baptist Church of Cape Canaveral,
8711 N. Atlantic Ave., (321) 783-5798.
Grace Bible Presbyterian Church, 1 Church
Lane, (321) 784-5740.

Cocoa

Bethel Bible Baptist Church, 1950 Michigan
Ave., (321) 636-0865.
Bethel Korean Community Church, 921


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Spaghetti Luncheon Cuba Mission Benefit
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Fall Festival
Wed.. Oct. 31 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Trunk-n-Treat! Free Family Event!
Thurs.. Dec.6 6:00pm
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Clearlake Road, (321) 634-5281.
Bethel Seventh-day Adventist, 225 Factory
St., (321) 636-4580.
Blessed Sacrament Catholic, 5135 N. U.S.
1, (321) 632-6333.
Calvary Baptist Church, 350 Fairmont
Drive, (321) 636-8056.
Celebration Tabernacle, 1150 W. King St.,
(321) 638-0381.
Central Church of Christ, 2010 N. U.S. 1,
(321) 636-7671.
Central Community Church, 300 Tucker
Lane, (321) 632-2880.
. Christ to the Nations, 865 N. Cocoa Blvd.,
(321) 504-0778.



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Clearlake First Baptist Church, 1640 Minnie
St., (321) 636-0861.
Cocoa Presbyterian Church, 1404 Dixon
Blvd., (321) 636-9602.
College Park Church of God, 1957 Rose-
tine St., (321) 636-6809.
Community Fellowship Church, 618 St.
Johns St., (321) 639-3990.
Emmon's Memorial Church of God by Faith,
604 Blake Ave., (321) 632-1055.
First Assembly of God, 3757 N. U.S. 1,
(321) 632-5228.
First Baptist Church of Cocoa, 750 Brevard
Ave., (321) 636-2868.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, 235 N.
Indian River Drive, (321) 632-7412.
First United Methodist Church of Cocoa,
825 Forrest Ave., (321) 636-4811.
Friday Road Worship Center, 1855 N. Fri-
day Road, (321) 639-1421.
Friendship Missionary Baptist Church,
Canaveral Groves Blvd., (321) 636-5789.
Friendship Primitive Baptist Church, 385 S.
Burnett Road, (321) 636-6980.
Gloria Dei Episcopal Church, 3735 N. Indi-
an River Drive, (321) 632-6812.
Greater St. Paul Baptist Church, 213 Stone
St., (321) 636-7178.
Hope Deliverance Apostolic Tabernacle,
1138Lake Drive, (321) 637-0123.
King St. Baptist Church, 1040 W. King St.,
(321) 636-7920.
Magnolia St. Church of God, 708 Magnolia
St., (321) 636-6415.
Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church, 400
Lucerne Drive, (321) 636-0777.
Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church,
474 W. King St., (321) 636-2971.
Mount Calvary Independent Baptist
Church, 1701 Minnie St., (321) 633-0639.
Mount Carmel Missionary Baptist Church,
3670 W. Railroad Ave., (321) 631-2600.
Mount Moriah A.M.E. Church, 234 Stone
St., (321) 636-9331.
New Hope Deliverance Temple, 208 A
Lane, (321) 639-6310.
Parker Memorial Baptist Church, 4101
Mobile Ave., (321) 632-8048.
The Pentecostals of Cocoa, 1901 Michigan
Ave., (321) 636-6560.
Seventh-day Adventist Church of Cocoa,
1500 Cox Road, (321) 632-0640.
Shield of Faith Ministries, 1623 Minnie St.,
(321) 632-6820.
St. John Church of God in Christ, 750
Bernard St., (321) 636-0305.
St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 4 Church St.,
(321) 636-3781.
Temple Teachings, 916-G Florida Ave.,
(321) 632-4631.
True Apostolic Worship Center, 1206 Tech
Place, (321) 639-1393.
Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 1261
N. Range Road, (321) 632-0992.
Whole Loaf Christian Center, 2609 N.
Clearlake Road, (321) 631-5838.

Cocoa Beach

Church of Our Saviour, 5301 N. Atlantic
Ave., (321) 783-4554.
Cocoa Beach Community Church, 126 S.
Atlantic Ave., (321) 783-3961.
First Baptist Church of Cocoa Beach, 830
S. Atlantic Ave., (321) 783-2844.
First Christian Church of Cocoa Beach, 470
S. Brevard Ave., (321) 783-4303.
First United Methodist Church of Cocoa
Beach, 3300 N. Atlantic Ave. (321) 783-8991.
Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, 525
Minutemen Causeway, (321) 783-0852.
Riverside Presbyterian Church, 3400 N.
Atlantic Ave., (321) 783-6085.
St. David's By-the-Sea Episcopal Church,
600 Fourth St. South, (321) 783-2554.


Grant-Valkaria

Calvary Baptist Church, 5640 Old Dixie
Highway, Grant, (321) 724-1594.

Indialantic

Eastminster Presbyterian Church, 106 N.
Riverside Drive, (321) 723-8371.
First Baptist Church of Indialantic, 170
Washington Ave., (321) 723-5217.
Holy Name of Jesus Church, 3050 N. SR
A1A, (321) 773-2783.
St. Mark's United Methodist Church, 2030
N. SR AlA, (321) 773-0721.

Indian Harbour Beach

Ascension Lutheran Church, 1053 Pinetree
Drive, (321) 773-1815.
Jesus is the Key, 715 Pinetree Drive, (321)
773-1489.
My Father's House, 991 Pinetree Drive,
(321) 773-7706.

Malabar

Brevard Worship Center, 6825 Babcock St.,
(321) 951-0646.
First Baptist Church of Malabar, 1665 Mal-
abar Road, (321) 723-1602.

Melbourne

Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal,
Church, 2416 S. Lipscomb St., (321) 724-
1557.
Ascension Catholic Church, 2950 N. Har-
bor City Blvd., (321) 254-1595.
*Ascension Lutheran Church, 1053 Pinetree
Drive, (321) 773-1815.
o Baha'i Communities. For meeting times and
locations in South Brevard, (321) 259-5641.
Beacon Baptist Church, 1500 W. Eau Gallie
Blvd., (321) 242-3061.
Bowe Gardens Baptist Church, 2700 Sarno
Road, (321) 254-5622.
Calvary Baptist Church, 2980 N. Wickham
Road, (321) 254-8802.
Calvary Chapel of Melbourne, 2955 Minton
Road, (321) 952-9673.
Central Baptist Church, 2503 Country Club
Road, (321) 723-3681.
Chapel of the Holy Family, 3385 N.Wick-
ham Road, (321) 255-4724.
Chief Cornerstone Baptist Church, 3125
Main St., (321) 725-8246.
Christian Fellowship, 1409 E. Hoag Ave.,
(321) 728-7393.
Christian Life Family Church, Meets at
Florida Tech, Science Tower, Room S-112,
University Blvd., (321) 729-0000.
Church by the Sea, 399 E. Eau Gallie Blvd.,
(321) 773-0737.
Church of Christ of Eau Gallie, 1079 Sarno
Road, (321) 242-0202.
Church of Christ Florida Ave., 1281 Florida
Ave., (321) 729-6227.
Church of Christ Melbourne, 810 Holly-
wood Blvd., (321) 723-8233.
Church of Christ at North Melbourne, 3215
Aurora Road, (321) 254-3332.
Church of God, Melbourne, (321) 728-
0026.
Church of Iron Oak, (321) 722-029.
Church of the Good Shepherd, 810 W.
Florida Ave., (321) 723-3994.
Church of the Rock, 4028 S. Babcock St.,
(321) 724-5433.
CrossRoads Community Church, 2436 Cro-
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ton Road, (321) 259-3356.
East Coast Revival Center, 2450 Aurora
Road, (321) 259-3388.
Eau Gallie Christian Church, 1660 Croton
Road, (321) 259-0478.
Emmanuel United Methodist Church, 2800
W. Eau Gallie Blvd., (321) 254-0010.
First Assembly of God-Melbourne, 801
Masterson St., (321) 254-3266.
First Baptist Church of Eau Gallie, 1501 W.
Eau Gallie Blvd., (321) 254-2339.
First Baptist Church of Melbourne, 3301
Dairy Road, (321) 723-0561.
First Baptist Church, South Brevard, 4300
N. Wickham Road, (321) 259-1723.
First Christian Church, 2010 S. Babcock
St., (321) 723-6831.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, 600 E.
Melbourne Ave., (321) 723-5724.
First Church of God in Christ, 2425 Lip-
scomb St., (321) 729-9518.
First Church of the Nazarene, 2745 S. Bab-
cock St., (321) 723-3745.
First Free Will Baptist Church, 938 Lytton
Road, (321) 254-7282.
First United Methodist, 110 E. New Haven
Ave., (321) 723-6761.
Full Gospel Deliverance Church, 1010
Brothers Ave., (321) 952-4011.
Grace Baptist Church, 620 E. Palmetto
Ave., (321) 952-0120.
Greater Faith Temple, 2701 Leonard
Weaver Blvd., (321) 768-9782.
Greater Life Baptist Church, 2008 Pineap-
ple Ave., (321) 259-3510.
Harbor City Baptist Church, 2711 N. Harbor
City Blvd., (321) 254-8879.
Harbor City Christian Church, 3210 Aurora
Road, (321) 254-8217.
Harbor City Church of the Nazarene, 4031
Aurora Road, (321) 242-8852.
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 50 W. Straw-
bridge Ave., (321) 723-5272.
Higher Praise Family Worship Center, 3400
Randolph St., (321) 952-8522.
His Place Ministries, 1824 S. Harbor City
Blvd., (321) 674-9009.
Iglesia El Faro, 1,905 Westwood Blvd., (321)
956-0444.
Jehovah's Witness Kingdom Hall, 1900
Trimble Road, (321) 254-3107.
Jehovah's Witness Kingdom Hall, 3395 Fell
Road, (321) 952-0873.
Kol Mashiach Messianic Congregation, 772
N. Apollo Blvd., (321) 255-2557.
Kol Mashiach Messianic Synagogue, 1621
Lake Washington Road, (321) 255-2557.
Lake Crest Community Baptist Church,
4050 Lake Washington Road, (321) 254-9860.
Liberal Catholic Church of St. Pierre, 2008
Pineapple Ave., (321) 254-0499.
Lighthouse Assembly of God, 26 W. Fee
Ave., (321) 726-9933.
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, 12 E.
Ave. A, (321) 723-4152.
Macedonia Baptist Church, 2729 Lipscomb
St., (321) 729-6597.
Melbourne Church of God, 1500 Oak St.,
(321) 725-9445.
Melbourne Community Church of God, 455
S. Audubon Drive, (321) 727-0424.
Melbourne Deliverance Evangelistic Cen-
ter, 3600 Randolph St., (321) 952-8522.
Melbourne Seventh-day Adventist, 210 W.
New Haven Ave., (321) 723-3848.
New Life Assembly of God, 713 South
Apollo Blvd., (321) 956-1112.
New Hope Baptist Church, 2676 Post
Road, (321) 254-7621.
New Mount Zion Baptist Church, 624 Walls
St., (321) 723-0277.
Northside Presbyterian Church, 1400 Lake
Washington Road, (321) 255-0701.
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, 1710


S. Hickory St., (321) 723-3636.
Outreach Evangelistic Pentecostal Church,
2429 Solana St., (321) 725-6144.
Palmdale Presbyterian Church, 684 N. Har-
bor City Blvd., (321) 254-4163.
Promised Land Church, 1855 Lansing St.,
(321) 254-5777.
Prince of Peace Anglican Church, 1360
Sarno Road, (321) 253-9102.
Scott Chapel United Methodist Church,
2510 S. Grant St., (321) 723-6384.
Shiloh Christian Center, 155 E. University
Blvd., (321) 956-1404.
South Brevard Community Church, 1045 S.
John Rodes Blvd., (321) 728-9106.
St. James Missionary Baptist Church, (321)
254-3191.
St. John's Episcopal Church, 610 Young St.,
(321) 254-3365.
St. John's Missionary Baptist Church, 1970
Magnolia St., (321) 242-0342.
St. Paul Lutheran Church/ELCA, 105 W.
Hibiscus Blvd., (321) 723-8393.
St. Paul's United Methodist Church, 1591
Highland Ave., (321) 254-6363.
St. Pierre Liberal Catholic Church, 4225 N.
Harbor City Blvd., (321) 254-0499.
St. Timothy Lutheran Church, 1903 Croton
Road, (321) 259-3443.
Tabernacle Church, 1619 Ferndale Ave.,
(321) 259-2024.
Triumph the Church and Kingdom of God in
Christ, 1105 E. Church St., (321) 676-3386.
Unity Church of Melbourne, 1745 Trimble
Road, (321) 254-0313.
Victory Christian Chapel, 560 Montreal
Ave., (321) 956-6845.
Vineyard Christian Fellowship, Bank of
America Building, 1052 Cypress Ave., (321)
768-2888.
Wat Punyawanaram, 1024 Carlton Drive,
(321) 255-1465.
Zen Buddhism, Open Mind Zen Center, 834
Sarno Road, (321) 768-2098.

Melbourne Beach

Chapel by the Sea, 8240 S. SR AlA, (321)
724-8721.
Community Chapel of Melbourne Beach,
500 Ocean Ave., (321) 727-2299.
First Baptist Church, South Beaches, 5540
SR A1A, (321) 723-2025.
Grace Lutheran Church, 1805 Oak St.,
(321) 727-1724.
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church,
3780 S.R. AlA, (321) 725-0552.
Space Coast Friends (Quakers), 312
Banyan Way, (321) 724-1162.
St. Sebastian's By-the-Sea Episcopal
Church, 2010 S. Oak St., (321) 723-3015.

Merritt Island

Antioch Baptist Church, 66 E. Merritt Ave.,
(321) 452-4862.
Ark of Calvary Ministry, 190 Grant Road,
(321) 452-4717.
Calvary Chapel, 3500 N. Courtenay Park-
way, (321) 453-6779.
Christ Church of Positive Living, 1353 N.
Courtenay Parkway, (321) 454-4109.
Church of Christ North Courtenay, 2455 N.
Courtenay Parkway, (321) 452-8822.
Community Church of the Nazarene, 400
Crockett Blvd., (321) 452-4915.
Destiny Christian Church and International
Ministries, 700 S. Courtenay Parkway, (321)
453-4555.
Divine Mercy Church, 1940 N. Courtenay
Parkway, (321) 452-5955.
East Coast Christian Center, 680 N.
Courtenay Parkway, (321) 452-1060.
Emmanuel Baptist Church, 1250 S. Courte-
nay Parkway, (321) 453-6740.


Faith Lutheran Church, 280 E. Merritt Ave.,
(321) 452-4080.
Faith Presbyterian Church, 1900 S. Tropical
Trail, (321) 452-1715.
First Baptist Church of Merritt Island, 140
Magnolia Ave., (321) 453-2144.
Georgianna United Methodist Church, 3925
S. Tropical Trail, (321) 452-7523.
Grace United Methodist Church, 65 Needle
Blvd., (321) 452-2420.
*, Greater Mount Zion Missionary Baptist
Church, 1390 N. Tropical Trail, (321) 452-0089.
Island Community Church, 1000 N. Banana
River Drive, (321) 453-4656.
Islander Alliance, 2450 N. Courtenay Park-
way, (321) 453-0770.
Lighthouse Christian Church, 1250 N.
Banana River Drive, (321) 452-1012.
Merritt Assembly of God, 165 N. Grove St.,
(321) 454-4263.
Merritt Island Church of Christ, 512 S.
Plumosa St., (321) 453-3320.
Merritt Island Kingdom Hall, 520 S.
Plumosa St., (321) 452-3777.
Merritt Island Presbyterian Church, 600 S.
Tropical Trail, (321) 452-5689.
Mount Taber Primitive Baptist Church, 333
Lucas Road, (321) 453-4141.
North Merritt Island United Methodist
Church, 6355 N. Courtenay Parkway, (321)
452-7180.
Orsino Baptist Church, 4505 N. Courtenay
Parkway, (321) 452-0373.
Redeemer Lutheran Church WELS, 560 S.
Tropical Trail, (321) 453-1000.
River of Life Assembly of God, 1890 N.
Courtenay Parkway, (321) 452-6990.
St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 5555 N. Tropi-
cal Trail, (321) 452-5260.
Unity Church of Central Brevard, 4725 N.
Courtenay Parkway, (321) 452-2625.
Victory Life Wesleyan, 220 N. Tropical Trail,
(321) 453-5785.
Word of Life Christian Church, 700 S.
Courtenay Parkway, (321) 453-4555.

Mims

First Baptist Church of Aurantia, 3953 Fair-
fax Drive, (321) 269-1618.
First Baptist Church of Mims, 2395 Ken-
tucky Ave., (321) 267-4436.
Greater St. James Missionary Baptist
Church, 2396 Harry T. Moore Ave., (321) 268-
8040.
Holy Spirit Catholic Church, 2309 Holder
Road, (321) 269-2282.
Mims Church of God, 2320 Railroad Ave.,
(321) 383-8003.
Mims United Methodist Church, 3302
Green St., (321) 267-6202.
Mount Calvary Church of God in Christ
Restoration Ministry, 2813 Ash Terrace, (321)
264-0009.
Shiloh Church, 2519 Harry T. Moore Ave.,
(321) 269-5408.
St. Mary Missionary Baptist Church, 3102
Wiley Ave., (321) 268-3461.


Palm Bay

Christian Development Center, 343 Nail St.
N.E., (321) 984-0406.
Christian Life Family Church, 1018 Penn-
sylvania Ave. N.E., (321) 729-0000.
Christ United Methodist Church, 7795 Bab-
cock St. S.E., (321) 984-0423.
Church For All Nations, 1805 Canova St.
S.E., (321) 723-8742.
Church of Iron Oak,, (321) 722-0291.
Church of Our Savior, 1000 Jersey Lane
N.E., (321) 723-8032.
Church of the Blessed Redeemer, 1000
Jersey Lane N.E., (321) 725-6881.
Community Bible Church, 91 Emerson
Drive N.W., (321) 724-4444.
Community of Jesus Christ, 1901 Emerson
Drive S.E., (321) 729-8488.
Cornerstone Assembly of God, 6050 Bab-
cock St. S.E., (321) 726-8810.
Covenant Presbyterian Church, 720 Emer-
son Drive N.E., (321) 727-2661.
Faith Miracle Deliverance Mission, 906
Elmont St. N.W., (321) 723-5633.
Fellowship United Methodist Church, 975
Malabar Road N.W., (321) 723-2143.
First Baptist Church of Palm Bay, 1200
Glenham Drive N.E., (321) 723-4781.
First Church of Christ, 2171 Henry St. N.E.,
(321) 984-3888.
First Pentecostal UPC, 1021 Emerson
Drive N.E., (321) 723-2030.
First Presbyterian Church of Palm Bay,
1080 Port Malabar Blvd. N.E., (321) 725-8484.
Florida Ave. Church of Christ, 1281 Florida
Ave., (321) 729-6227.
Glory Bound Church of God New Testa-
ment, 2855 Jupiter Blvd S.E., (321) 727-0780.
Grace Bible Church, 3620 Bayside Lakes
Blvd., (321) 727-1749.
Grace Bible Sanctuary, 726 James Circle
N.E., (321) 728-4136.
House of Prayer International, 1520 Bottle-
brush Drive N.E., (321) 952-5725.
Iglesia Cristana Discpolos DeCriso, 1180
San Fillippo Drive, S.E., (321) 733-0059.
Iglesia El Sinai, 1801 Port Malabar Blvd.
N.E., (321) 956-2232.
Iglesia de Dios Pentecostal, 381 Thor Ave.
S.E., (321) 984-8200.
Jehovah's Witness Kingdom Hall, 1991 Fal-
lon Blvd., (321) 724-4470.
Jehovah's Witness Kingdom Hall, 8765
Babcock St., (321) 727-2720.
Joy Lutheran Church, 3174 Jupiter Blvd.
S.E., (321) 951-0166.
June Park Baptist Church, 3475 Miami
Drive, (321) 724-1305.
Lockmar Baptist Church, 700 Emerson
Drive N.E., (321) 984-0191.
Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist Church,
2295 Adams St. N.E., (321) 725-1791.
Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church, 300
Malabar Road S.E., (321) 725-3066.
Palm Bay Christian Church, 344 Emerson
Drive N.W., (321) 724-0491.
Palm Bay Baptist Church, 2601 Emerson
Drive S.E., (321) 723-3773.
Palm Bay United Methodist Church, 2100
.Port Malabar Blvd. N.E., (321) 727-8651.
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Peace Lutheran Church, 1801 Port Malabar
Blvd. N.E., (321) 727-3131.
Pentecostal Church of the Living God, 2246
Northview St. N.E., (321) 728-3834.
Risen Savior Lutheran Church, 2220 Port
Malabar Blvd. N.E., (321) 984-8987.
Riviera United Church of Christ, 451 Riv-
iera Drive N.E., (321) 723-3963.
St. Joseph Catholic Church, 5310 Babcock
St. N.E., (321) 727-1565.
South Babcock St. Baptist Church, 7415
Babcock St. S.E., (321) 727-0197.
The Mission, 100 Emerson Drive N.W.,
(321) 768-2601.
Trinity Baptist Church, 2803 Palm Bay Road
NE, (321) 722-3003.
Truth Revealed Ministries, 2838 Palm Bay
Road N.E., (321) 952-5151.
Zion Christian Church, 891 Coply St. S.E.,
(321, 723-1216.
Victory Assembly of God, 1800 Blaine St.
N.E. (321) 984-2777.

Port St. John

All Saints Church, 4797 Curtis Blvd., (321)
632-7634.
Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, 5135
N. U.S. 1, (321) 632-6333.
Cathedral Church of All Saints, 4797 Curtis
Blvd., (321) 632-7634.
Christian Church of Port St. John, 4645 Fay
Blvd., (321) 633-6338.
Community Alliance Church, 4855 Fay
Blvd., (321) 639-1717.
Discovery Christian Church, 3925 Grissom
Parkway, (321) 636-0316.
First Baptist Church of Port St. John, 3900
Fay Blvd., (321) 636-5455.
First United Methodist of Port St. John, 165
Fay Blvd., (321) 631-0183.
Frontenac Baptist Church, 5500 N. U.S. 1,
Frontenac. (321) 636-1369.
Kingdom Hall, 4770 Curtis Blvd., (321) 631-
9978.
Port St. John United Methodist Church,
1165 Fay Blvd., (321) 631-0183.
Sunrise Lutheran Church ELCA, 4775 Fay
Blvd., (321) 631-3565.
Victory Baptist Church, 242 Capron Road,
(321) 632-6148.

Rockledge

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,
1801 S. Fiske Blvd., (321) 636-6186.
Church of the Nazarene, 651 Barnes Blvd.,
(321) 636-4600.
Cocoa-Rockledge Kingdom Hall, 1325
Huntington Lane, (321) 636-6095.
Faith Baptist Church, 3400 Murrell Road,
(321) 632-8411.
First Baptist Church of Rockledge, 1810
Cedar St., (321) 636-1493.
Faith Temple Christian Center, 836 Fern-
dale Ave., (321) 631-8700.
Fiske Blvd. Church of Christ, 805 S. Fiske
Blvd., (321) 632-1010.
Grace Fellowship, 3420 Murrell Road, (321)
636-3051.


Greater Blessed Assurance Apostolic Tem-
ple, 1009 S. Fiske Blvd., (321) 638-4137.
Hope United Church of Christ, 2555 S.
Fiske Blvd., (321) 636-0250.
Rockledge Baptist Church, 3420 Murrell
Road, Rockledge, (321) 636-3051.
Rockledge Christian Center, 2175 S. Fiske
Blvd., (321) 632-6966.
Rockledge Church of Christ, 2390 S. Fiske
Blvd., (321) 632-7349.
Rockledge Presbyterian Church, 921 Rock-
ledge Drive, (321) 636-0811.
Rockledge United Methodist Church, 1935
S. Fiske Blvd., (321) 632-7387.
St. Mary's Catholic Church, 1136 Seminole
Blvd., (321) 636-6834.
St. Michael the Archangel Charismatic
Episcopal Church, 854 Cardinal Ave., (321)
633-0788.
Trinity Lutheran Church, 1330 S. Fiske
Blvd., (321) 636-5431.
World Faith Outreach Christian Center, 217
Dixie Lane, Rockledge, (321) 635-8844.

Satellite Beach

Chabad Jewish Community Center, 1190
SR A1A, (321) 777-2770.
Church of Christ Oceanside, 104 N.E. Third
St., (321) 779-4688.
Good Shepherd Wesleyan, 501 Cinnamon
Drive, (321) 777-0043.
Holy Apostles Episcopal Church, 505 Grant
Ave., (321) 777-0024.
Oceanside Community Church, 305 Cassia
Blvd., (321) 777-1658.
Our Father's House, 535 Cassia Blvd.,
(321) 777-0057.
Satellite Beach United Methodist Church,
450 Lee Ave., (321) 777-0116.
South Patrick Baptist Church, 343 S.
Patrick Drive, (321) 773-8183.
Trinity Presbyterian Church, 638 S. Patrick
Drive, (321) 777-2047.

Sharpes

Sharpes Church of God, 4115 Devoe Ave.,
(321) 634-6867.
Wayside Full Gospel Church, 5175 N. U.S.
1, (321) 631-0271.

Scottsmoor

First Baptist Church of Scottsmoor, 3705
Sunset Ave., (321) 268-2461.
First Freewill Baptist Church of Scottsmoor,
5830 Travis St., (321) 268-4787.
Suntree/Viera

Advent Lutheran Church at Suntree, 7550
N. Wickham Road, Suntree, (321) 259-8515.
Christian Life Center, 5550 Faith Drive at
Viera Blvd., Viera, (321) 863-3067.
The Church at Viera, 9005 N. Wickham
Road, Viera, (321) 259-3454.
Faith Viera Lutheran Church, 5550 Faith
Drive, (321) 636-5504.
Faith Fellowship Church, 2820 Business
Center Blvd., Melbourne, (321) 259-7200.


Freedom Christian Center, 7250 Lake
Andrew Drive, Viera., (321) 631-1000.
Friendship Fellowship at Pineda, 3115
Friendship Place, Suntree, (321) 242-1117.
Hope Episcopal Church, 190 Interlachen
Road, Suntree, (321) 259-5810.
New Life Church of Central Brevard, 2700
Judge Jamieson Way,Viera, (321) 631-2836.
Pineda Presbyterian Church, 5650 N. Wick-
ham Road, Melbourne, (321) 259-1330.
St. Katherine's Greek Orthodox Church,
5965 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne, (321)
254-1045.
St. John the Evangelist Catholic Communi-
ty, 7380 Murrell Road, Suite 104, Viera, (321)
751-3400.
St. Paul's Anglican Church, 7200 N. Wick-
ham Road, Melbourne, (321) 259-1130.
Suntree United Methodist Church, 7400 N.
Wickham Road, Melbourne, (321) 242-2585.
Temple Beth Sholom, 5995 N. Wickham
Road, Melbourne, (321) 254-6333.
Temple Israel, (Reform Jewish), 7350 Lake
Andrew Drive, Viera, (321) 631-9494.

Titusville

Abundant Life Fellowship, 3580 S. Park
Ave., (321) 268-1241.
Antioch Christian Fellowship Baptist
Church, 3805 S. Hopkins Ave., (321) 269-
7833.
Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church, 801
Dummitt Ave., (321) 267-5750.
Christ Central Church, 4235 Mount Sterling
Ave., (321) 267-3646.
Christ Community Church PCA, 4295 Gar-
den St., (321) 269-2478.
Christian Science Society, Reading Room
at 333 S. Washington Ave., (321) 267-9674.
Church of the Lord Jesus Christ of the
Apostolic Faith, 1422 Norwood Ave., (321)
383-3020.
Crossroads Community Church of God,
2115 Knox McRae Drive, (321) 269-4310.
Faith Baptist Church, 1220 N. Carpenter
Road, (321) 269-5420.
First Baptist Church of Indian River City,
360 Knox McRae Drive, (321) 268-8955.
First Baptist Church of Titusville, 303 Main
St., (321) 267-7125.
First Christian Church, 2880 Jay Jay Road,
(321) 267-4858.
First Church of God, 77 N. Carpenter Road,
(321) 267-2824.
First Church of the Nazarene, 1027 Park
Ave., (321) 267-4404.
First Freewill Baptist Church, 5311 Barna
Ave., (321) 269-4033.
First Pentecostal UPC, 1010 Norwood Ave.,
(321) 269-4041.
First Presbyterian USA, 1235 S. Park Ave.,
(321) 267-2745.
First United Methodist Church, 206 S. Hop-
kins Ave., (321) 269-7631.
Forest Hills Baptist Church, 2625 South St.,
(321) 267-2058.
Forward in the Spirit Church of God, 515 N.
Washington Ave., (321) 269-0609.
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 2073
Garden St., (321) 267-4323.
Heritage Baptist Church, 3055 Satterfield
Road, (321) 269-6934.
Hope Community Fellowship, 2929 Cheney
Highway, (321) 267-3700.
Indian River City United Methodist Church,
1355 Cheney Highway, (321) 267-7922.


New Beginnings Fellowship, 2625 Barna
Ave., (321) 385-0091.
New Covenant Fellowship, 705 Harrison
St., (321) 268-8340.
New Fellowship Baptist Church, 1840 Old
Dixie Highway, (321) 264-0209.
New Life Christian Fellowship, 6755 S.
Washington Ave., (321) 269-7578.
Park Ave. Baptist Church, 2600 S. Park
Ave., (321) 269-6702.
Sovereign Grace Church, 6750 S. U.S. 1,
(321) 268-8004.
Space Coast Assembly of God, 3155 South
St., (321) 267-2455.
Spirit Fire Church, 150 Country Club Drive,
(321) 383-4652.
St. Andrew United Methodist Church, 3380
Dairy Road, (321) 269-7321.
St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church, 414 Pine
St., (321) 267-2545.
St. James Church, 625 Dummitt Ave., (321)
269-3645.
St. Luke's Presbyterian USA. 1255 Knox
McRae Drive, (321) 269-3260.
St. Simeon Orthodox Church, 3175 Satter-
field Road, (321) 268-8354.
St. Teresa Catholic Church, 201 Ojibway
St., (321) 268-3441.
Sun Valley Christian, 4825 S. Barna Ave.,
(321) 264-1337.
Temple Baptist Church, 1400 N. U.S. 1,
(321) 269-1133.
Titusville Community Church of the Sev-
enth-Day Adventist, 5005 Barns Ave., (321)
267-8893.
Trinity Lutheran Church, 3671 S. Hopkins
Ave., (321) 267-6323.
United Christian Fellowship, 609 Dummitt
Ave., (321) 383-0674.
United Church of God, 1755 Craig Ave.,
(321) 264-6040.
Unity Church of the Space Coast, 2000
South St., (321) 383-0195.
Westside Baptist Church, 2801 W. Tropic
St., (321) 267-7064.
Worldovercomers Ministries, 1375 DeLeon
Ave., (321) 268-0701.

West Melbourne

Bethany Baptist Church, 1100 Dorchester
Ave., 727-2495.
Calvary Chapel of Melbourne, 2955 Minton
Road, 952-9673
Congregation Beth El, 2185 Meadowlane
Ave., (321) 633-7405.
June Park Baptist Church, 3475 Miami
Ave., 724-1305.
Melbourne Church of Christ, 810 Holly-
wood Blvd., 723-8233.
New Hope Lutheran Church, 870 Holly-
wood Blvd., (321) 768-1500.
New Hope Sanctuary, 3150 Milwaukee
Ave., (321) 725-7281.
New River Baptist Church, 3950 S. Dairy
Road, (321) 984-3955.
Pentecostal Lighthouse, 2350 W. New
Haven Ave., (321) 733-1030.
Praise Cathedral, 840 Hollywood Blvd.,
(321) 723-4861
Unitarian Universalist Church of Brevard,
2185 Meadowlane Ave., 725-6125.
Wesley United Methodist Church, 2075
Meadowlane Ave., 727-7585.
West Melbourne First Baptist Church, 79
Parkhill Blvd., (321) 725-6284.


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HOMETOWN NEWS


Book reveals West Melbourne's colorful history


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer

WEST MELBOURNE At the turn of
the last century, nearly all land west of
Babcock Street was referred to as West
Melbourne.
That's what Melbourne historian
Fred Hopwood discovered when he
wrote his book, "A History of West
Melbourne" in 1984.
The region that would become West
Melbourne already had a colorful past
long before its incorporation in 1959.
While the area Was known for cattle
ranching, raising livestock wasn't the
only industry west of Melbourne.
In the 1930s, the Minton Frog Market
shipped roughly 3,000 pounds of frog
legs out of the area each week, said
Mr. Hopwood.
The area was also home to citrus
farming, poultry colonies and phos-
phate mining, he said.
For entertainment, some of the
area's earliest settlers enjoyed alligator


hunting, rodeos, rattlesnake
roundups, gopher races and wild boar
hunting.
In 1950, motorists cheered a new
state law requiring ranchers to keep
livestock fenced.
"The law was finally passed after
thousands of automobile accidents
and dozens of human fatalities, not to
mention the hundreds and thousands
of straying cattle that were killed by
autos," wrote Mr. Hopwood.
Despite the new law, many promi-
nent West Melbourne families contin-
ued to enjoy profitable ranching
enterprises, including the Platt family,
the Kempfer family and the Keene
family.
Another famous family was respon-
sible for the construction of one of
West Melbourne's busiest thorough-
fares.
"Max Rodes was a believer in better
roads for Brevard County and worked
hard to improve transportation in
West Melbourne," wrote Mr. Hop-


wood.
The city of West Melbourne was
created in 1959 in order to avoid
annexation into the city of Melbourne,
according to the city's official Web site.
If residents had been annexed into
Melbourne, the city would have levied
ad valorem taxes on property owners,
according to West Melbourne's official
Web site.
West Melbourne's sister city, Mel-
bourne Village, incorporated two
years earlier, also to escape annexa-
tion into Melbourne, said Mr. Hop-
wood.
Melbourne Village was created with
a mission of "decentralization." The
village's founders had endured the
depression, and believed living off the
land would protect against economic
fluctuations, he said.
While the soil turned out to be less
than ideal for farming, many artists
and craftsmen gravitated to the area
and remain to this day.
With no ad valorem tax at the time of


its incorporation, the city ofWest
Melbourne provided limited services
to the residents, operating with
annual revenues of $13,578 and
expenses of $2,138 during the first
year. Forty-seven years later, the city's
annual budget was $35,762,420.
West Melbourne now encompasses
more than nine square miles and has a
population of more than 16,000.
Currently, the city has expanded its
municipal services by purchasing,
expanding and improving a waste-
water treatment, disposal and reuse
facility, developing and maintaining
recreational facilities. The city also
provides other essential services such
as planning and zoning, code admin-
istration, records management, road
and drainage maintenance and
administrative services.
West Melbourne's rural feel was
forever changed with the sale of the
Evans Ranch to the DeBartolo Corp. of

) See WEST MELBOURNE, 14


Beaches


Cape Canaveral

Klondike Beach: 24 mile wilderness beach
accessible only by foot. It is lat the center of
Canaveral National Seashore, between Apol-
lo Beach at the south end of Volusia County
and Playa Linda Beach at the north end of
Brevard County. (321) 267-1110.
* Playa Linda Beach: From Interstate 95,
take Exit 80 (State Road 406) at Titusville.
After crossing the Indian River, take a right
fork onto State Road 402 and continue east to
the beach. Restrooms and visitor center.
(321) 267-1110.
Jetty Park: 400 E. Jetty Road, east end of
State Road 528 in Cape Canaveral. Conces-
sions, lifeguards, restrooms, picnic tables and
showers. (321) 783-7111.
* Cherry Down Park: 8492 Ridgewood
Ave., Cape Canaveral. Lifeguards, seasonally.
Restrooms, picnic tables and showers. (321)
455-1380.
* Cape Canaveral: 2.3 miles of beaches
from Washington Avenue south to Wilson
Avenue off Ridgewood Avenue in Cape
Canaveral. (321) 868-1240.

Cocoa Beach (North End)
1.5 miles of beach, from Harding Avenue
south to Flagler Lane. (321) 868-3274.
Sheppard Park: East end of State Road
520, off Ridgewood Avenue. Lifeguards season-
ally. Restrooms, picnic tables and showers. (321)
868-3274.
Sidney Fischer Park: A half mile south of
State Road 520 on Highway A1A. Lifeguards
seasonally. Restrooms, picnic tables and show-
ers. (321) 868-3274.
Lori Wilson Park: 1500 N. Atlantic Ave. Life-
guards are seasonal. Restrooms, picnic tables
and showers. (321) 455-1380
Seacrest Beach: South of Lori Wilson Park
on North Atlantic Avenue. (321) 868-3274.


Cocoa Beach (South End)
Between North Fourth Street and South 15th
Street. (321) 868-3274
Robert P. Murkshe Memorial Park: A1A
and South 16th Street. Restrooms, picnic tables
and showers. (321) 455-1380
* South Cocoa/North Patrick Beach:
Between Olive Street and Patrick Drive on A1A.
(321) 868-3274
* Crescent Beach: Crescent Beach Drive at
A1A in South Cocoa. (321) 868-3274.

South Patrick Shores

Seagull Park: Sea Park Boulevard at A1A in
South Patrick Shores. Picnic tables. (321) 952-4580
* South Patrick Residents Association Park:
1.5 miles south of Pineda Causeway in South
Patrick Shores. Free parking lots available. (321)
952-4580.

Satellite Beach

Hightower Beach: 4.5 miles south of Pineda
Causeway on A1A in Satellite Beach. Showers.
(321) 952-4580
* Satellite Beach: Between Grant Street and
Palmetto Avenue, off A1A. (321) 773-6458
* Pelican Beach Park: 2.5 miles north of State
Road 518 on Al A in Satellite Beach. Restrooms,
picnic tables and showers. (321) 773-6458.

Indian Harbour Beach

Richard G. Edgeton Bicentennial Park:
End of Ocean Dunes Drive, off A1A in Indian
Harbour Beach. Picnic tables and showers.
(321) 773-0552.

Canova Beach

Canova Beach Park: East of Melbourne at


the end of Eau Galle Causeway. TRestrooms,
picnic tables, and showers. (321) 952-4580.

Indialantic

Paradise Beach Park: Between Eau Galle
Causeway and Melbourne Causeway at the
north end of Indialantic. Concessions, season-
al lifeguards, restrooms, picnic tables and
showers. F (321) 952-4580.
James H. Nance Park: End of Fifth
Avenue, off AlA. Metered parking. Seasonal
lifeguards, restrooms, picnic tables and show-
ers. 723-2242.

Melbourne Beach

Melbourne Beach and Melbourne Shores:
End of Ocean Avenue off A1A. Picnic tables and
seasonal lifeguards. (321) 952-4580.
Spesser Holland Park: A half mile south of


Melbourne Beach on A1A. Restrooms, picnic
tables, showers and seasonal lifeguards. (321)
952-4580.
Coconut Point Park: South of Melbourne
Beach long A1A. Free parking. Restrooms, pic-
nic table and showers (321) 952-4580.

Floridana Beach

Bonsteel Park: North of Sebastian Inlet on
A1A. No facilities. (321) 952-4580.

Sebastian Inlet

Sebastian Inlet State Park: Off AlA, between
Melbourne and Vero Beach, on the Brevard/Indian
River county line. Beaches, boat ramp, boat tours,
full camping, concessions, canoeing, fishing,
nature trails, scuba diving, snorkeling, surfing,
swimming and wildlife viewing.


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HOMETOWN NEWS


West Melbourne
From page 13
Ohio in 1981, wrote Mr. Hopwood.
"Work would begin immediately on
the Melbourne Square Mall, which
would be one of the largest shopping
centers on the East Coast," said Mr.
Hopwood.
While the mall is technically in the
city of Melbourne, it lies on both
cities' boundaries. Many of the mini-
malls that sprang up after the
Melbourne Square Mall was com-
pleted are in the city of West Mel-
bourne.
"Pasturelands that were once selling
for $2.50 an acre are now selling for so
many hundreds of dollars per foot,"
said Mr. Hopwood.
In 1988, the city provided water for
3.838 households. Almost 20 years
later, the city now provides water and
sewer to more than 8,200 customers.
The historical trend projects a growth
rate of 10 percent annually, according
to the city's Web site.
For more information, visit
www.westmelbourne.org. Mr. Hop-
wood's book is out of print, but is
available at local libraries.
Contact Gretchen Sauerman at (321)
751-5961 or at sauerman@hometown-
newsol.com.


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American Police Hall of Fame and
Museum: 6350 Horizon Drive, Titusville.
(321) 264-0911.
T Art and Antique Studio: 1419 Highland
Ave., Melbourne. (321) 253-5553.
Art Expressions: 1406 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne. (321) 259-1492.
Art in the Loft-Jacqui B.: 337 S. Wash-
ington Ave., Titusville. (321) 383-0689.
Art Vue Galerie': 225 State Road 520,
Cocoa. (321) 637-2787.
Black Dog Gallery: 404D Brevard Ave.,
Cocoa. (321.) 631-6890.
Boatyard Studio: 118 Harrison St.,
Cocoa. (321) 637-0444.
Brevard Art Museum: 1463 Highland
Ave., Melbourne. (321) 242-0737.
Brevard Museum of History and Natur-
al Science: 2201 Michigan Ave., Cocoa.
(321) 632-1830.
Brevard Veterans Memorial Museum:
400 S. Sykes Creek Parkway, Merritt Island.
(321) 453-1776.
Cousins II Gallery: 631 Brevard Ave.,
Cocoa. (321) 632-2326.
Cuba! Gallery of Fine Art: 541 E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne. (321) 729-8800.
Downtown Gallery: 335 S. Washington
Ave., Titusville. (321) 268-0122.
*East Coast Surfing Hall of Fame Muse-
um: 4275 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach.
(321) 784-3005. www.ecsurfinghallandmuse-
um.org
Fifth Avenue Art Gallery: 1470 Highland
Ave., Melbourne. (321) 259-8261.
Harry Guthrie Phillips Sculpture: 116-B
Harrison St., Cocoa. (321) 636-4160.
Highway Grrls Gallery: 1414 Highland
Ave., Melbourne. (318) 227-3035. www.robin-
grothrock.com.
Imago Fine Art and Fine Wine Gallery:
701 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. (321)
729-3938. www.imagomelbourne.com.
Kennedy Space Center Gallery:
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Center Visitor
Complex on NASA Parkway off of State Road
405. (321) 451-2121.
Kurt Zimmerman: 120 Harrison St., No.
12, Cocoa. (321) 633-6514.
*LoPressionism Gallery: 1010-B New
Haven Ave., Melbourne.(321) 722-6000.
Liberty Bell Museum: 1601 Oak St.,
Melbourne. (321) 727-1776.
Mr. Lou's Art: 272 Brevard Ave., Cocoa.
(321) 631-8662.
Mud Flats Pottery and Gallery: 826 E.
New Haven Ave., Melbourne. (321) 951-
1310.
North Brevard Historical Museum: 301
S. Washington Ave., Titusville. (321) 269-
3658.
R.L Lewis Art Gallery: 234 King St., Suite
150, Cocoa. (321) 433-0145.
Rossetter House Historical Museum:
1320 Highland Ave., Melbourne. (321) 254-
9855. www.rossetterhousemuseum.org.
Sand & Sea Gifts and Gallery: 304 Bre-
vard Ave., Cocoa. (321) 632-2745.
Silken Galleria: 912 E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. (321) 733-2788.
Sundancer Gallery: 6 Florida Ave.,
Cocoa. (321) 631-0092.
Tal Gallery: 1115 Broad St., Titusville.
(321) 268-2147.
The Cultural Pearl: 840 Brevard Ave.,
Suite D, Cocoa. (321) 536-3523.
Two Feathers Gallery: 833 E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne. (321) 733-1227.
Valiant Command Warbird Museum:
'6600 Tico Road, Titusville. (321) 268-1941.
Ventana al Mundo: 210 Brevard Ave.,
Cocoa. Call (321) 633-5151.


Photo courtesy of Rossetter House Museum
View of Highland Avenue in Olde Eau Gallie after the James Wasworth Rossetter House and gardens were constructed in
1908. The city of Eau Gallie had a population of approximately 200 people at the time.


Photo courtesy of Rossetter House Museum
A current view of Highland Avenue and the historic Rossetter House in Olde Eau Gallie. The house is now a museum that is
open to the public.


0 From PAGE 9

Brevard Space Coast chapter of Ex-Pris-
oners of War. Veterans Memorial Center, 400 S.
Sykes Creek Parkway, Merritt Island. (321) 631-
7728.
Civil Air Patrol, Patrick Composite
Squadron. Building 3655, Patrick Air Force Base.
(321) 494-6395.
Civil Air Patrol, Ti-Co Composite Squadron.
Civil Air Patrol Building, Space Coast Regional
Airport, south of Titusville. (321) 632-4397.
Disabled American Veterans Chapter 109
and Unit Auxiliary. 435 N. Singleton Ave.,
Titusville. (321) 269-0109.
Disabled American Veterans Chapter 32,
2265 N. Harbor City Blvd., Melbourne. (321) 259-
4827.


Veterans
Fleet Reserve Association, Cape Canaver-
al Branch 263 and Ladies Auxiliary, at American
Legion Post 22, 22 Legion Lane, Cocoa. Fleet
Reserve Association: (321) 784-5368. Ladies
Auxiliary: (321) 452-0365.
Korean War Veterans Association, Chapter
210, Brevard County, Veterans Memorial Center,
400 S. Sykes Creek Parkway, Merritt Island.
(321) 636-1148.
Military Order of Purple Heart, Chapter 453
and Auxiliary, the Veterans Memorial Center, 400
S. Sykes Creek Parkway, Merritt Island. (321)
632-4928.
Military Order of the World Wars, Chapter
170, at The Tides at Patrick Air Force Base and
the Indian River Colony Club in Viera. (321') 726-
6971.
Military Officers Association of America
Inc., Cape Canaveral chapter, P.O. Box 254186,


Patrick Air Force Base. (321) 636-5678. Space
Coast chapter, P.O. Box 1493, Titusville. (321)
267-9553.
Navy League of the United States. Support
Sea Services: Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard
and Merchant Marines. (321) 773-2005.
Polish Legion of American Veterans Post
216, Titusville. (321) 633-3099.
Retired Officers' Wives' Club, The Tides at
Patrick Air Force Base. (321) 773-6212.
U.S. Submarine Veterans, Schechter Com-
munity Center, 1089 S. Patrick Drive. (321) 728-
0345.
Veterans Council of Brevard County, the
Veterans Memorial Center, 400 S. Sykes Creek
Parkway, Merritt Island. (321) 453-1776.


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Environmental learning center the house that Ted built


BY KAREN BRAYNARD
Staff writer

The Lagoon House, one of Palm Bay's
environmental achievements, is the
vision of one man who saw a great
opportunity.
Fondly referred to as "the house that
Ted built," the Lagoon House was
merely an idea in Ted Moorhead's mind
in 1988.
When Mr. Moorhead, an environmen-
talist and board member of the Marine
Resources Council, learned the city had
purchased property at Ais Point along
the Indian River Lagoon, he believed it
was a great location for an educational
resource center.
"I live across from Ais Point and have
always thought the location was
wonderful," Mr. Moorehed said.
"I spoke with Dave White, a city grant
writer, who suggested we go through
the National Scenic Byway Program to
find funding to build the facility."
Operating under the auspices of the
MRC, the Indian River Lagoon Scenic
Highway was formally designated on
June 13, 2000 and received national
status one year later.
Pushing for national status provided
more opportunity for funding. The
Palm Bay City Council approved grants,


which provided $100,000 from the
Florida Inland Navigation District,
$800,000 from the National Scenic
Byways Program and $100,000 from the
Florida Department of Transportation.
The original owners of the site, Jan
Smith from the T.R. and Dorothy
Tomlin estate, contributed $97,000 for
furnishings.
The Lagoon House, named by Mr.
Moorhead's wife, Ann, opened its doors
on April 2, 2005.
Inside the facility, visitors are greeted
by educational stations describing the
intrinsic resources of the Lagoon.
Interactive touch screens and colorful
exhibits tell the story of the Indian River
Lagoon.
Exhibits extolling the history of the
Indians, hardships of the pioneers, the
steamboat era and the development of
America's space program are but a few
displays at the Lagoon House.
The resource library houses more
than 10,000 historical and reference
books.
Mr. Egan said several hundred visitors
come through their doors each month.
"We provide brown bag lunch topics
every Tuesday at noon. The presenta-
tions are fun, informative and free," he
said.
School visits are always coupled with


GIFT CERTIFICATES


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
The Lagoon House, an environmental learning center open to the public, is locat-
ed on U.S. I in Palm Bay.


a hands-on learning activity such as
planting mangroves or testingwater
quality.
"I am very happy the Lagoon House is
being used so well," said Mr. Moorhead.
"It provides outstanding educational
displays and is probably the best scenic
highway facility in the state of Florida,"
he said.
The Indian River Lagoon Scenic
Highway begins at Ais Point and
stretches south to the Wabasso Cause-
way. The route links three national
wildlife refuges, a national park, a state
park and numerous educational and


recreational facilities, all based on
natural settings.
Mr. Moorhead also said he is pleased
to see that visitors as well as residents
take advantage of the facility and all it
has to offer.
The Lagoon House is located at 3275
Dixie Highway (U.S. 1),Palm Bay. Hours
are Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and
Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
For more information call (321) 725-
7775 or visit www.mrcirl.org.
Contact Karen Braynard (321) 751-
5962 or Email braynard@hometown-
newsol.com


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* City of Satellite Beach Off-Leash Dog
Park: Satellite Beach Sports and Recreation
Park, next to the library on Jamaica Boulevard.
Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Closed noon to 3 p.m.
Monday and Thursdays for maintenance. (321)
777-8004. A 6-foot perimeter fence encloses 1.5
acres), double-gated security entrance area;
separate fenced small-dog area' tables and
benches under shade trees; memorial brick
path; dog-wash and drinking water areas; dog
toys, playground equipment, fire hydrants; waste
disposal stations throughout. Parking and rest-
rooms nearby.
Lori Wilson Off-Leash Dog Park: 32,000
square food fenced, off-leash area with large
dog and small dog areas. Must register dogs
with attendant on duty. Record of current vacci-
nations required. Must have current Brevard
County license tag. (321) 868-1154. Cost: $2 for
up to three dogs and two people; $3 for more
than three dogs and more than 2 people. Annual
membership: Individual: $150 or $100 if dogs
are spayed/neutered; and family, $200, ($150) if
all dogs are spayed/neutered.
Palm Bay Regional Off-Leash Dog Park:


40,000 square feet fenced, off leash area with
large and small dog zones. Must register dog
with attendant. Current vaccination record
required. Dogs must wear Brevard County
license tag. Hours: Small dogs, 8-10 a.m. and 3-
5:30 p.m. Monday to Fridays and 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. Saturday and Sundays; and large dogs, 10
a.m. to noon and 5:30-8 p.m. Monday to Fri-
days and 2-8 p.m. Saturday and Sundays.
(321) 508-3444. Cost: $2 for up to three dogs
and two people, and $2 for more than three
dogs and more than two people. Annual mem-
bership: Individual: $150 or $100 if dogs are
spayed/neutered; and family, $200, ($150) if all
dogs are spayed/neutered.
Wickham Off-Leash Dog Park: Fenced
area with large and small dog zones. Must regit-
ser dog with attendant. Current vaccination
record required. Dogs must wear Brevard Coun-
ty license tag. (321) 255-4400. Cost: $2 for up to
three dogs and two people, and $2 for more
than three dogs and more than two people.
Annual membership: Individual: $150 or $100 if'
dogs are spayed/neutered; and family, $200,
($150) if all dogs are spayed/neutered.


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Nature Centers

Barrier Island Sanctuary Management
and Education Center: 34 acres within the
Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge, 8385 S.
A1A, Melbourne Beach. Groundbreaking set
Aug. 19, 2007. From U.S. 192 (Melbourne
Causeway) go 14 miles south on A1A. The sanc-
tuary is on the right. (321) 255-4466.
Enchanted Forest Sanctuary Manage-
ment & Education Center: 444 Columbia Blvd.,
Titusville. (321) 264-5185.
enchantedforest@brevardparks.com. Hours: 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Sundays.
Closed Mondays. Closed Thanksgiving Day,
Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's
Day. Interpretive tours at 10 a.m. Saturday and
other times by arrangement. Cart tours available
by arrangement. Pets and smoking prohibited in
the sanctuary
Erna Nixon Park Nature Center: Erna
Nixon Park, 1200 Evans Road, Melbourne. (321)
952-4525. ernanixon@brevardparks.com. Cen-
ter and trail open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Free
guided tours 2 p.m. Saturday and Sundays year
round. Group tours by appointment.
Homer Powell Nature Center: Wuestoff
Park, 2000 Wuesthoff St., Titusville. (321) 264-
5105. hpnaturecenter@brevardparks.com.
Nature trail open 7 a.m. until dark. Tours by
appointment.
Johnnie Johnson Nature Center: Lori Wil-
son Park, 1500 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach.
(321) 868-1123.
jjnaturecenter@brevardparks.com. Nature
boardwalk open 7 a.m. until dark. Nature center
hours are posted and subject to change; call for
current schedule.
Margaret Hames Nature Center: 1518 Port
Malabar Blvd. N.E. Houses a reference library
with books, videos, and other materials. Also
offer tours, slide shows and puppet shows to
large groups, especially schools. Please (321)
676-6690 for reservations. Free; donations wel-
come. Ranger guided tours offered at 2 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday. Center hours: 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. daily.


Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge:
Owned by NASA, this is a 140,000-acre overlay
of Kennedy Space Center. State Road 402, 5
miles east of U.S. 1 in Titusville. Four hiking trails
ranging from 1/4-mile to 5 miles in length, mana-
tee observation deck, 7-mile auto tour route
(Black Point Wildlife Drive), observation tower,
nature photography, educational programs/festi-
vals November to March, fishing, waterfowl hunt-
ing, boating and canoeing. Visitor Information
Center Hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Fri-
day, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 8 a.m. to 5
p.m. Sunday in November to March. (321) 861-
0667.
Merritt Island Nature Center: 1899 Courte-
nay, Merritt Island. (321) 455-1385. Center
designed as a Florida Cracker-style school-
house offers educational displays, hands-on
activities. The adjacent 1,800-foot nature board-
walk serves as an outdoor classroom. From wet-
lands to scrubland, native flora and fauna
abound. Groups and families welcome. Picnic
areas nearby.
Riverwalk Nature Center: 5355 U.S. 1,
Rockledge. (321) 433-4490. riverwalk@brevard-
parks.com. Center and trail open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
daily except Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve,
Christmas Day, and New Year's Day. Tours by
appointment.
Rotary Park Nature Center: 899 S. Courte-
nay Parkway, Merritt Island. (321) 455-1385.
rpnaturecenter@brevardparks.com. Center and
trail open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Free guided
tours by appointment.

Conservation Areas

North
Buck Lake Conservation Area: 9,638 acres
in northwest Brevard County. Hiking, biking,
horseback riding, wildlife observation, fishing,
seasonal hunting and primitive camping at post-
ed sites. From Interstate 95 take Exit-223 west
on State Road 46. Three parking areas are
accessed on the north side of State Road 46.
(904) 329- 4500 or www.sjrwmd.com.
Dicerandra Scrub Sanctuary: 44 acres


south Titusville. 1-mile hiking trail, wildlife obser-
vation. From Interstate 95, take State Road 50
Exit 215 east 3 miles. Turn right on Key Largo
Drive, go .4 miles and turn right on Karen Drive.
Go less than 0.1 mile, turn right and go to the
end of Melissa Drive. Enter on foot. Bike rack
provided. Parking not available.

Central
Helen and Allan Cruickshank Sanctuary:
140 acres. Hiking, wildlife observation. From
Interstate 95, take Fiske Boulevard Exit 195. At
the intersection just north of 1-95, go east on
Barnes Boulevard 2.4 miles to the sanctuary
entrance on the north side of the road. Bike rack
provided. Parking not available.
-*Pine Island Conservation Area: 879-acre.
Hiking, canoeing, kayaking, wildlife viewing, fish-
ing, biking. Open 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, October
to April; 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, May to September.
(321) 255-4466 or eel@brevardparks.com. No
pets except guide dogs. Parking available. From
Interstate 95, take exit for State Road 528 East
toward Merritt Island. Go 7 miles to State Road
3. Turn left (north) over the Barge Canal. State
on State Road 3 for 5 miles to Pine Island Road;
turn left. Main entrance is 2.5 miles.

South
Jordan Scrub Sanctuary: 354 acres. Hik-
ing, biking, horseback riding and wildlife obser-
vation. From Interstate 95, take State Road 514
Exit 173 east onto Malabar Road. Go 3.6 miles
and turn right on Marie Street (3 miles past the
fire station) and go .9 miles. When the paved
road ends, continue to the sanctuary gate and
kiosk. Bike rack provided. Parking not available.
Malabar Scrub Sanctuary: Future home of
South Region Management and Education Cen-
ter. 395 acres in town of Malabar. Hiking, biking,
horseback riding, and wildlife observation. From
Interstate 95, take Exit-173 Malabar Road (State
Road 514) and go east on Malabar Road about
2 miles. The sanctuary sign is on the north side
of the road just past the Malabar Fire Depart-
ment. Parking available at the trailhead.
Micco Scrub Sanctuary: 1,322 acres north
and south of Micco Road between Babcock


Street and Interstate 95. Hiking, biking, horse-
back riding, wildlife observation. From Interstate
95, take the Malabar Road Exit (State Road 514)
east and turn right on Babcock Street. Go south
about 7 miles. Turn left on Micco Road and go
about .75 mile east. Look for fenced, grassy
parking area on the left.
Turkey Creek Sanctuary: 130 acres in city
of Palm Bay. 1.85 miles handicap accessible
boardwalk, 1.5 mile jog-trail, exercise stations,
paddling, wildlife observation, nature tours and
Margaret Hames Nature Center. (321) 255-
4608. From Interstate 95 take Exit-176 onto
Palm Bay Road heading east. Turn south onto
Babcock Street then east onto Port Malabar
Boulevard. Continue east 1 mile to the Palm Bay
Community Center. Turn right at the Turkey
Creek sign into the Palm Bay Library parking lot.

South Beach
Coconut Point Sanctuary: 62-acres on the
barrier island west of A1A. 3/4 mile hiking trail
with observation platform over the Indian River
Lagoon, wildlife observation. From U.S. 192
(Melbourne Causeway) go south 6.1 miles on
A1A. The first trailhead is on the west side of
A1A, 0.25 mile south of the Publix shopping
plaza, a second trailhead is a few hundred yards
further south. Park in the Publix shopping plaza.
A bike rack is located at the southern trailhead.
Barrier Island Center Trail: 40-acres on the
barrier island west of A1A. Half-mile hiking trail
with some raised boardwalk, wildlife observa-
tion, access to lagoon wade fishing. From U.S.
192 (Melbourne Causeway) go 14 miles south
on A1A. The sanctuary is on the west side of
A1A.
Maritime Hammock Sanctuary: 150 acres
on the barrier island west of A1A. 2-mile hiking
trail with two bridges, some raised boardwalk,
and an observation deck over a marsh pond.
From U.S. 192 (Melbourne Causeway) go south
10.3 miles on A1A. There are two trailheads on
the west side of A1A. One trailhead is north of
the Mark's Landing development, and the other
is a few hundred yards to the south. Parking is
available at the north trailhead.


Historic Designations


Fort Ann, U.S. Army post, built December
1837 on Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge,
currently Kennedy Space Center
Old Haulover Canal, built c. 1854 about a
mile south of the current Haulover Canal on
north Merritt Island
Harry T. Moore Memorial Park, 2180 Free-
dom Ave., Mims, was the 1932 homesite of civil
rights activists Harry T. and Harriette V. Moore
LaGrange Church and Cemetery, built c.
1869 on Old Dixie Highway north of Dairy Road
in north Titusville
Andrew Froscher House, built c. 1895 by the
area's first funeral home owner, 704 N. Dixie
Ave., Titusville
St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church, built 1887,
414 Palm Ave., downtown Titusville
Brevard County Courthouse, built c. 1912,
506 Palm Ave., Titusville, is still in use
The Pritchard House, built 1891, 424 Wash-
ington Ave., Titusville, is currently undergoing
renovation
Titusville Commercial District, built 1895-
1926, S. Washington Avenue and Main Street,
contains 24 historic sites
The Wager House, built c. 1882, 621 Indian
River Ave., Titusville, was home to the family of
Ellis Wager, publisher of the Florida Star, Bre-
vard County's first newspaper
JT&KW Railroad and Indian River Steam-
boat Wharf, built c. 1886 at the east end of


Broad Street in downtown Titusville, was the
area's main railroad hub until the railroad con-
tinued farther south
Judge George Robbins House, built in 1901,
703 Indian River Ave., Titusville, by one of rail-
road mogul Henry Flagler's attorneys
The Spell House, built c. 1911, 1200 River-
side Drive, Titusville, by Titusville's first licensed
pharmacist
Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Cen-
ter, built from 1962-1968, was the launch site for
missions to the moon and many space shuttle
flights
Windover Archaeological Site, discovered in
1982 in southwest Titusville, includes bones,
brain tissue and artifacts from a society dating
from 4,000-6,000 B.C.
The Addison Ellis Canal, Enchanted Forest
Sanctuary, State Road 405, Titusville, was built
to provide water for irrigation, but was aban-
doned after hard coquina rock stopped con-
struction
The original St. Luke's Episcopal Church of
Courtenay, built 1888, 5555 N. Tropical Trail,
Merritt Island, is now used as a chapel
Bethel A.M.E. Church Community Cemetery,
originated 1919, N. Tropical Trail, Merritt Island,
holds the bodies of many black pioneers
The mechanisms of the Cape Canaveral
Lighthouse, built 1843-1848 on what is now
Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, were sealed


and buried in an orange grove during the Civil
War
Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, built 1950
on Cape Canaveral, was a missile test range
and now launches many military payload rock-
ets
Ulumay Wildlife Sanctuary and Ais Indian
Site, first mapped in 1605 on Merritt Island, con-
tained the ruins of many Ais camps
Harry T. Moore Center, built c. 1924, 307
Blake St., Cocoa, was the first school for black
children in Cocoa
Alma Clyde Field Library of Florida History,
built 1939, 435 Brevard Ave., Cocoa, was origi-
nally a post office built by the Works Progress
Administration, a government agency charged
with providing jobs for citizens during the Great
depression
*The Porcher (pronounced por-SHAY) House,
built 1916, 434 Dellanoy Ave., Cocoa, was
owned~by a prominent citrus grower and inven-
tor of citrus-handling equipment
Community Woman's Club, built 1950, 5
Poinsett Drive, Cocoa, was built by the Central
Church of Christ and housed St. Mark's Episco-
pal Church Sunday School
The original St. Mark's Episcopal Church,
built c. 1886, 4 Church St., Cocoa, has been
carefully preserved through numerous expan-
sion projects
The S.F. Travis Building, built 1907, 300-302


Delannoy Ave., Cocoa, Houses the S.F. Travis
Company, the oldest business in Cocoa
Merritt Park Place, built 1926, state roads
520 and 3 and Tropical Trail, Merritt Island, was
the first planned neighborhood on Merritt Island
Georgiana Community Center, built c. 1900,
3950 Old Settlement Road, Merritt Island, was
probably originally a school, part of a pineapple
and citrus-growing community
Georgiana United Methodist Church, built
1886, S. Tropical Trail north of Courtenay park-
way, Merritt Island, was built of pine sailed in
from St. Augustine
H.S. Williams House, built 1880, 1219 Rock-
ledge Drive, Rockledge, was the first postmas-
ter of Rockledge and a two-term state senator
Victory Groves Packing House, built 1930,
2275 U.S. 1, Rockledge, was once a major cit-
rus shipper
The Winchester Symphony House, built in
the late 1890s, 1500 Highland Ave., Melbourne,
is now the headquarters of the Brevard Sym-
phony Orchestra
Roesch House, built c. 1901, 1320 Highland
Ave., Melbourne, was built by William R.
Roasch, who served as postmaster, city coun-
cilman, the first mayor of Eau Gallie and editor

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THEN & NOW Friday, October 5,2007


Campgrounds, RV Parks


Photo courtesy of Rossetter House Museum
Early 1900s view of the Oleander Hotel at the base of the Eau Gallie bridge, fac-
ing west at the site of the former Conchy Joes restaurant.


Airports

Brevard Public Airports
Arthur Dunn Air Park, (321) 267-8780, 355
Golden Knights Blvd, Titusville
Merritt Island Airport, (321) 267-8780, 910
Airport Road, Merritt Island
Space Coast Regional Airport, (321) 267-
8780, 355 Golden Knights Ave., Titusville
Melbourne International Airport, (321) 723-
6227, 1 Air Terminal Pkwy # 220
Melbourne
Valkaria Airport, (321) 952-4590, 2865
Greenbrooke Street, Valkaria


Skate Parks

Cocoa Beach Skate Park: 1450 Minute-
men Causeway, Cocoa Beach. (321) 868-
3238.
Graffiti Skate Zone: 1502 Port Malabar
Blvd., Palm Bay. (321) 725-2588; www.graf-
fitiskatezone.com.
Paradise Funplex: 555 Fortenberry
Road, Merritt Island. (321) 454-7777;
www.paradisefunplex.com.
Satellite Beach Skate Park: 751
Jamaica Blvd., Satellite Beach. (321) 777-
3538; www.satellitebeach.org.


Biblia Village RV Park: 4200 S. Fiske Blvd.
Melbourne. (321) 636-9550.
Breezeway Trailer Park: 8860 U.S. 1,
Micco. (772) 664-5073.
Breezy Palms: 5150 Dixie Hwy. N.E.,
Palm Bay. (321) 724-1639.
Camelot RV Park: 1600 S. U.S. 1,
Malabar. (321) 724-5396, www.camelotrv-
park.com.
Canaveral National Seashore: 308
Julia St., Titusville. (321) 267-1110.
Casa Loma Estates: 6560 N. Harbor
City Blvd., Melbourne. (321) 254-2656.
Crystal Lake RV Park: 4240 Stuckway
Road, Scottsmoor. (321) 268-8555.
Enchanted Lakes Estates Mobile &
RV Resort: 750 Malabar Road (Exit 70 off
Interstate 95), Malabar. (321) 723-8847.
Forest Village RV Park: 245 Flamingo
Drive, Cocoa. (321) 631-0305,
www. forestvillagerv. corn
The Great Outdoors Resort: 125
Plantation Drive. Titusville. (321) 269-
5004, www.tgoresort.com
Intercoastal Estates: 1481 N. U.S. 1,
Titusville. (321) 267-2665.
Jetty Park Campground: 400 E. Jetty
Road, Cape Canaveral. (321) 783-7111.
Land Yacht Harbor of Melbourne:
201 N. John rodes Blvd., Melbourne.
(321) 254-6398.
Lazy K RV Park: 5150 Dixie Highway
(U.S. 1) N.E., Palm Bay. (321) 724-1639
Loughman Lake Lodge: 1955 Hatbill
Road, (State Road 46) 4 miles west of
Interstate 95. Mims. (321) 268-2277.
KOA Titusville/Kennedy Space
Center: 4513 W. Main St., Mims Take
Interstate 95 to Exit 223 (State Road 46)
west .25 miles. (321) 269-7361
Lucky Clover Mobile Home & RV


Park: 635 E. Eau Gallie Blvd., Indian Har-
bour Beach. (321) 773-3661.
Long Point Park: 700 Long Point
Road, Melbourne Beach. (321) 952-4532,
Iongpoint@brevardparks.com.
Manatee Hammock Park: 7275 S.
U.S. 1, Titusville. (321) 264-5083.
Mango/Oak Manor: 190 Oak Manor
Drive, Cape Canaveral. (321) 799-0741.
Manatee Cove Campground: For mili-
tary families. Patrick Air Force Base,
Cocoa Beach, (321) 494-4787.
Northgate Travel Park: 3277 First
Ave., Mims. (321) 267-0144.
Oceanus Mobile Village & RV
Resort: 152 Crescent Beach Drive (23rd
Street), Cocoa Beach. (321) 783-3871.
Orbit RV Park: 3860 S. U.S. 1, Grant.
(321) 953-2555
Palm Shores RV Park: 5090 N. Har-
bour City Blvd., Melbourne. (321) 254-
4388.
Seasons in the Sun RV Resort: 2400
Seasons in the Sun Blvd. (State Road 46).
Titusville/Mims. (877) 687-7275.
Sebastian Inlet State Park: 9700 S.
A1A, Melbourne Beach. (321) 984-4852.
Sonrise Palms RV Park: 660 Tucker
Lane, Cocoa. (321) 633-4335.
Southern Comfort Mobile Home RV
Park: 2050 U.S. 1, Malabar. (321) 726-
5993.
Whispering Pines Mobile Home and
RV Park: 359 Cheney Highway, Titusville.
(321) 267-2081.
Wickham Park: 2500 Parkway Drive,
Melbourne. (321) 255-4307
Willow Lakes RV Resort: 4199 N.
U.S. 1, Titusville. (321) 269-7440,
www. will w lake s. com ,
info @ willowlakes. com.


Gleason Performing Arts
Center: 150 W. University
Blvd., Melbourne. (321) 674-
8006.
Henegar Center for the
Performing Arts: 625 E. Hibis-
cus Blvd., Melbourne. (321)
723-8698. www.henegar.org.


King Center for the Per-
forming Arts: 3835 N. Wick-
ham Road, Melbourne. (321)
242-2219. www.kingcenter.com.
Melbourne Auditorium:
625 Hibiscus Blvd., Mel-
bourne. (321) 674-5700.
Wickham Park


Amphitheater: 2500 Parkway
Drive, Melbourne. (321) 255-
4307.
Pantherium at the cam-
pus of Florida Institute of
Technology: 150 W. Universi-
ty Blvd., Melbourne. (321)
674-8950.


Cocoa Village Playhouse: 300 Brevard
Ave., Cocoa FL 32922 (321) 636-5050.
Melbourne Civic Theatre: 817 E. Straw-
bridge Ave., Melbourne. (321) 723-6935.
www.melbournecivictheatre.comrn
Surfslde Playhouse: Located at 300
Ramp Road, Cocoa Beach, the theater pro-
duces various plays and musicals, as well as
hosting a youth player group and work-


shops. For information, call (321) 783-3013.
Theatre Company of Palm Bay: 250
Community College Parkway, Palm Bay. Call
(321) 723-3056; www.theatrepalmbay.org.
Titusville Playhouse: Located at 301
Julia St., Titusville, the theater produces var-
ious plays and musicals, as well as hosting a
youth player group and workshops. For infor-
mation, call (321) 268-1125.


Historic Designations


0 From PAGE 17

of the Eau Gallie Record
The James Wadsworth Rossetter House,
built c. 1860s and c. 1904, 1760 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne, was owned by a leader in the fish-
ing, cattle and citrus industries
Florida Power and Light Company Ice Plant,
built 1926-1927, 1604 S. Harbor City Blvd., Mel-
bourne, produced ice for the community until
the owners discovered it was more profitable to
sell electricity
Trailer Haven Community Center, Melbourne
Naval Air Station Recreation Hall, built 1942,
1205 Eddie Allen Road, Melbourne, was part of
a pilot training site for the U.S. Navy
The Florida Air Academy, built early 1920s,
1950 S. Academy Drive, Melbourne, once a pri-
vate home, is now a military academy for boys
The Melbourne Village Community Center,
, built 1941-1944, Hall Road, Melbourne Village,
was once the social center of Melbourne Village


and is undergoing renovation
Melbourne Bone Bed, 20,000-10,000 years
old, Crane Creek, Brevard County, contains fos-
sil evidence of now-extinct animals from the
Pleistocene era
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, built 1886, 50
W. Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne, was moved in
1963 to its current location next to the sanctuary
now used by the congregation
Peter Wright Homestead Site, built c. 1870,
south side of Crane Creek, Melbourne, was built
by former slave Peter Wright, who was a boat-
man, guide and citrus grower
Henegar Center, built 1919, 625 E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne, was known as the Mel-
bourne School until 1963, when the name was
changed
Nannie Lee's Strawberry Mansion, built
1905, 1218 Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne, was
once the site of social, religious and civic func-
tions
Martha Hankins Rescue Mission, Hopkins


Hotel/Olden House, built c. 1912, 2710 Main St.,
Melbourne, was originally a hotel for men who
worked for the Union Cypress Sawmill
Florida Tech Anchorage, Couch House, built
c. 1941, 1216 River Drive, Melbourne, built by a
turbine pump manufacturer, is now a dormitory
at Florida Tech
Melbourne Beach Pier, built 1888-1889,
western end of Ocean Avenue on the Indian
River Lagoon, Melbourne Beach, served visi-
tors arriving by boat on their way to the Atlantic
Ocean beaches
Woman's Club of Melbourne Beach, built
1920, Riverside Drive, Melbourne Beach, was
built by the club through fundraisers and dona-
tions
Community Chapel of Melbourne Beach,
built 1892, 600 Ocean Ave., Melbourne Beach,
is the oldest church on Brevard County's barrier
islands
Brothers Park, built c. 1920, corner of
Church and Race streets, Melbourne, was origi-


nally a school for black children, and after it
burned in 1953, was converted to a community
park
St. Joseph's Catholic Church, built 1914,
southeast corner of Pollack Avenue and Miller
Street, Palm Bay, was often difficult to get to
because of terrible roads, so many parishioners
arrived by boat
Brevard Hardwoods, Malabar School, built
1927, 1490 Marie St., Malabar, became a
restaurant and nightclub after students began
attending Melbourne schools, and it now hous-
es Brevard Hardwoods
Smith family Cracker House, built 1899, S.
A1A, Mullet Creek, was built on coquina pilings
to allow air to circulate under the house and pre-
vent flooding during hurricanes
Grant Historical House, built 1916, 5795
U.S. 1, Grant, was owned by Atley Bensen for
his schoolteacher wife, Clara.


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Golf Courses


Aquarina Beach and Country Club: 7500
S. A1A, Melbourne Beach, (321) 728-0600,
public facility, 18 holes, Par 62, Blue tees: 4,302
yards; Rating: 61.2; Slope: 107; White tees:-
3,964 yards; Rating: 60; Slope: 101; Gold tees:
3,676 yards; Rating: 59.1; Slope: 99; Red tees:
3,097 yards; Rating: 57.1; Slope: 93
Barefoot Bay Golf and Recreation Park
1255 Barefoot Blvd., Barefoot Bay, (561) 664-
3174, semi-private facility, 18 holes, Par -60,
3,688; Rating: 58.2; Slope: 91
Baytree National Golf Links: 8207 Nation-
al Drive, Melbourne, (321) 259-9060, semi-pri-
vate facility, 18 holes, Par 72; Player tees: 7,043
yards; Rating: 74.4; Slope: 138; Tournament
tees: 6,557 yards; Rating: 72; Slope: 130; Mens'
tees: 6,081 yards; rating: 69.4; Slope: 123; For-
ward tees: 5,403; Rating: 66.2; Slope: 110;
Ladies' tees: 4,803 yards; Rating: 68.6; Slope:
118
Bent Oak Country Club: 4335 London
Town Road, Titusville, (407) 269-4653, semi-
private facility, 18 holes, Par-71, Blue tees:
6,517 yards; Rating: 70.3; Slope: 124; White
tees: 6,161 yards; Rating: 68.4; Slope: 120; Red
tees: 5,611 yards; Rating: 69.3; Slope: 121
Cocoa Beach Country Club: 5000 Tom
Warner Blvd., Cocoa Beach, (407) 868-3351,
public facility, 27 holes, Par-72, 6,714 yards;
Rating: 71.7; Slope: 119
Duran Golf Club: 7032 Stadium Parkway,
Viera, (321) 504-7776, semi-private facility, 18
holes, Par 72, Onyx tees: 7,151 yards; Rating:
74; Slope: 132; Gold trees: 6,781 yards; Rating:
72; Slope: 127; Royal tees: 6,312 yards; rating:
69.4; Slope: 120; Ivory tees: 5,885 yards; Rat-
ing: 66.7; Slope: 114; Ruby tees: 5,309 yards;
Rating: 70.4; Slope: 120
Great Outdoors RV and Golf Resort: 135


Plantation Drive, Titusville., (407) 269-5524,
resort facility, 18 holes, Par-72, 6,542 yards,
Rating: 71; Slope: 125
The Habitat Golf Course: 3591 Fairgreen
St., Valkaria, (321) 952-4588, public facility, 18
holes, Par 72, Black tees: 6,836 yards; rating:
73.7; Slope: 141; Gold tees: 6,468 yards; Rat-
ing: 71.6; Slope: 137; Blue tees: 6,074 tards;
rating: 69.9; Slope: 133; White tees: 5,390
yards; Rating: 72.1; Slope: 132; Red tees: 4,969
yards; 70; Slope: 119
Harbor City Golf Course: 2750 Lake
Washington Road, Melbourne. (321) 255-4606,
public facility, 18 holes, Par 72, Back tees:
6,955 yards; Rating: 72.8; Slope: 119; Middle
tees: 6,304 yards; Rating 69.2; Slope: 112; For-
ward tees: 5,399 yards; Rating: 70.6; Slope:
117
Indian River Colony Club: 1936 Freedom
Drive, Melbourne, (407) 255-6058, private facil-
ity, 18 holes, Par 72, Back tees: 6,647 yards;
Rating: 72.5; Slope: 127; Middle tees: 6,124
yards; Rating: 70; Slope: 122; Forward tees:
4,448 yards; Rating: 67.9; Slope: 111
Jo Daddy's Golf Course: 3255 Jupiter
Blvd., Palm Bay, (407) 723-1956, public facility,
9 holes, Par 29, 1,470 yards
Melbourne Municipal Golf Course: 475
W. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. (321) 674-
5716, public facility, 18-holes, Par 71, Champi-
onship tees: 5,886 yards; Rating: 67.6; Slope
115; Men's tees: 5,344; Rating 109; Slope:
65.4; Ladies' tees: 4,656 yards; Rating: 67.2;
Slope: 107.
The Savannahs Golf Course: 3915 The
Savannahs Trail, Merritt Island, (321) 455-
1377, public facility, 18 holes, Par 72, Gold
tees: 6,507 yards; rating: 72.2; Slope: 135; Blue
tees: 5,973 yards; Rating: 69.6; Slope: 130;


White tees: 5,391; Rating: 67.0; Slope: 121;
Red tees: 4,592; Rating: 68.6; Slope: 121
Spessard Holland Golf Course: 2374 Oak
St., Melbourne, (321) 952-4530, public facility,
18 holes, Par 62, Gold tees: 5,155 yards; Rat-
ing: 65.1; Slope: 119; Blue tees: 4,478 yards;
Rating: 61.8; Slope: 109; green tees: 3,856
yards; Rating: 62.2; Slope: 101
La Cita Golf and Country Club: 777 Coun-
try Club Drive, Titusville, (407) 267-2955, pri-
vate facility, 18 holes, Par 72, Blue tees: 6,602
yards; Rating: 72.8; Slope: 134; White tees:
6,087 yards; Rating: 70.6; Slope: 132; Red
tees: 5,444 yards; Rating: 72.2; Slope: 127
The Majors Golf Club: 3375 Bayside
Lakes Blvd., Palm Bay, (321) 952-8617, semi-
private facility, 18 holes, Par 72, Majors tees:
7,352 yards; Rating 73.8; Slope: 140; Competi-
tion tees: 6,813 yards; Rating: 72.1; Slope: 136;
Medal tees: 6.484 yards; Rating: 68.6; Slope:
129; Trophy tees: 6,105 yards; Rating: 66.6;
Slope: 125; Lead tees: 5,021 yards; Rating:
71.3; Slope: 128
Palm Gardens Golf Course: 2630 Minton
Road, West Melbourne, (407) 723-3182, public
facility, 9 holes, Par 61, White tees: 3,412
yards; Rating: 55.5; Slope: 82; Red tees: 3,007
yards; Rating: 56; Slope: 82
Rockledge Country Club: 1591 Fiske
Blvd., Rockledge, (321) 636-3160, private facil-
ity, 18 holes, Par 72, Blue tees: 6,436 yards;
Rating: 71.6; Slope: 125; Gold tees: 6,138
yards; Rating: 70.1; Slope: 122; Black tees:
5,651 yards; Rating: 67.8; Slope: 118; Green
tees: 5,026 yards; Rating 64.4; Slope: 111
Royal Oak Resort and Golf Club: 2150
Country Club Dive., Titusville, (407) 268-1550,
resort facility, 18 holes, Par-71, 6,709 yards,
Rating: 72.3; Slope: 122


Turtle Creek Golf Club: 1279 Admiralty
Blvd., Rockledge, (321) 632-2520, semi-private
facility, 18 holes, Par 72, Gold tees: 6,488
yards; Rating: 70.6; Slope: 130; Blue tees:
6,065 yards; Rating: 69.4; Slope: 125; White
tees: 5,449 yards; Rating: 65.9; Slope: 116; Red
tees: 4,712 yards; Rating: 67.1; Slope: 113
Sam's Executive Golf Course: 4255 N.
Coco Blvd., U.S. 1, Sharpes, (407) 632-2890,
public facility, 9 holes, Par-58, 2,960 yards
Summit View Golf Club: 5000 Old Dixie
Hwy, Grant, (407) 951-2009 semi-private faciii-
ty, 18 holes, Par 58, 2,611 yards
Suntree Country Club: 1 Country COub
Drive, Melbourne, (321) 242-6235, private faci!-
ity, two championship courses, Classic Course:
18 holes, Par 72, Black tees: 6,980 yards; Rat-
ing: 73.8; Slope: 128; Gold tees: 6,590 yards;
Rating: 71.3; Slope: 124; Green tees: 6,133
yards; Rating: 69.5; Slope: 119; White tees:
5,343 yards; Rating: N/A; Slope: N/A; Challenge
Course: 18 holes, Par 72, Black tees: 6,945
yards; Rating: 73; Slope: 129; Gold tees: 6,397
yards; Rating: 70.3; Green tees: 5,914 yards;
Rating: 68.2; Slope: 119; White tees: 5,268
yards; Rating: N/A; Slope: N/A
Viera East Golf Club: 2300 Clubhouse
Drive, Rockledge, (407) 639-6500, public facili-
ty, 18 holes, Par-72, 6,720 yards, Rating: 72.1:
Slope: 129
Walkabout Go? and Country Club: 3230
Folsom Road, Mims, (321) 385-2099, public
facility, 18 holes, Par 72; Black tees: 6,956
yards; Rating: 74.3; Slope: 143; Gold tees:
6,606 yards; Rating: 71.7; Slope: 134; Blue
tees: 6,121 yards; Rating: 69.3; Slope: 127;
White tees: 5,587 yards; Rating: 66.9; SLope:
116; Red tees: 4,873 yards; Rating: N/A; Slope:
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Movie Theaters


Beaches

Dickinson Theatres
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Beach. Phone: (321)777-3778

Melbourne

Cinema World: 4345 West
New Haven Ave, West Mel-
bourne. Phone: (321) 723-
4143. Movie Line: (321) 723-
5211


Palm Bay

Nova Cinemas: 160 Mal-
abar Road S.W., Suite 120,
Palm Bay. Phone: 321-956-
8552. Movie Hotline: 321-956-
8799.
Premier Theatre Oaks
Stadium 10:1800 W. Hibiscus
Blvd., Melbourne, Phone:
(321) 953-3388
Metro Entertainment
Complex: 3030 W. New Haven
Ave., Melbourne. Phone: (321)
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Veterans


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Veteran's Administration Outpatient Clin-
ic, 2900 Veterans Way, Viera. (321) 637-3788.
Veterans Assistance Center and The Viet-
nam and All Veterans of Brevard Inc., 1125 W.
King St., Cocoa. (321) 690-0805.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4536,
4401 Dixie Highway, Palm Bay. (321) 725-
2999.
VFW Post 4206, 3201 Dairy Road, Mel-
bourne. (321) 724-4121.
VFW Post 4228, 4411 Capron Road,
Titusville. (321) 268-4411.
VFW Post 4536, 4401 Dixie Highway N.E.,
Palm Bay. (321) 725-2999.
VFW Post 4643, 1252 S.R. A1A ,Satellite
Beach. (321) 777-4643.
VFW Post 10131, 105 Longpoint Road,


Merritt Island

Cobb Theatres Merritt
Square 16: 777 East Merritt
Island Causeway, Merritt
Island. Phone: (321) 459-3737

Titusville

UA Searstown Mall 10:
3550 S. Washington Ave,
Titusville. Phone: (321) 269-
5421


Cape Canaveral. (321) 783-8019.
VFW Post 10148, 150 Minutemen Cause-
way, Cocoa Beach. (321) 783-4286.
VFW Rocket Post 4534, 3250 S. U.S. 1,
Rockledge. (321) 636-3570.
VFW Satellite Post and Auxiliary 8191,
4130 N. Harbor City Blvd., Melbourne. (321)
254-9885.
WAVES National Women of the Sea Ser-
vices, Space Coast Unit 75, Indian River
Colony Club in Viera. (321) 751-0108 or 751-
6458.
West Point Society of the Space Coast.
Meets at various locations. (321) 757-3520.
Women's Army Corps Veterans Associa-
tion, Space Coast chapter 64, the Salvation
Army Building, 1080 S. Hickory St., Melbourne.
(321) 727-8373.


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