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Vol. 4, No. 42


Your Local News & Information Source * www.HometownNewsOL.com


FRIDAY, May 30, 2008


This Week


TOP STUDENT


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was recently honored by the
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Index
Business .............................. A4
Classified ............................ B7
Crossword .......................... B5
Dining & Entertainment .... B1
Horoscopes ........................ BI
Out & About ...... ............ B3
Police Report .................... A5
Sports ................................. A9
Viewpoint ............................ A6
Week in Review ................ A3


Daily Bread expansion project on hold


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE - The Daily Bread
soup kitchen will not be expanding
at its present location - not yet, at
least.
City Council members voted 4-3
to deny the necessary rezoning but
left the door open for other solu-


tions to allow the soup kitchen to
continue its mission. ,
An audience estimated at 450
people attended a marathon meet-
ing that started before sunset May
19 and ended in the early morning
hours of May 20.
Hundreds of the Daily Bread sup-
porters wearing red shirts gathered
in front of Melbourne Auditorium


to pray before the issue was heard
during a special City Council meet-
ing.
From the opening moments of
the hearing, onlookers were
reminded that the discussion'
would not be about the moral obli-
gations of feeding the hungry, but
instead the cut-and-dried facts
relating to a rezoning and condi-


tional use permit request.
"Planning and zoning voted 5-2
for denial and city staff recom-
mends denial (of the expansion
request)," said city of Melbourne
planning and economic develop-
ment director Cynthia Dittmer,
after offering nearly 30 minutes of

) See DAILY BREAD, A7


Mel High School honors outstanding seniors


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MELBOURNE

HIGH SCHOOL


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Melbourne High School's graduating seniors with perfect grades are back row, from left, are Eddie Ng, Robert
Colomberti, Alyse Atkinson, Stephanie Trout, Jason Panzarino, Ben Covell, Logan Thomas, lan Dawley, Jessica LeClair,
Jessica Beaugez and Sally MacDonald. Graduating seniors in the Collegiate High School class are front row, from left,
Amanda Evans, Andie Weston, Brittany Northwood, Abigail Champagnie and Laura Gross.


West Melbourne

to quiz attorney

candidates

BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN assistant city attorney for
Staff writer Daytona Beach; James
Saunders, a private attor-
WEST MELBOURNE - ney who provides services
After going nearly a year to local and state govern-
and a half without a per- ments; Robert Shillinger
manent attorney, the city Jr., chief assistant county
is one step closer to find- attorney for Monroe
ing full-time counsel. County; Nancy Ann Stu-
After being hired for parich, a land use attorney
$19,000, executive search for municipalities; and
firm Colin Baesinger and James Patrick Wilson, a
Associates, identified a self-employed attorney
short list of six candidates providing services to pub-
for city attorney. lic and governmental
The council will con- agencies.
duct a daylong interview The city has been
process May 31 at City searching for full-time
Hall. counsel since December
In the morning hours, 2006, when Karl Bohne
candidates will meet indi- resigned.
vidually with council The city hired Palm Bay
members; then face the attorney Jim Stokes, who
full council for final inter- resigned in October 2007
views after lunch. after two months in the
Mr. Baesinger originally permanent post.
identified 11 candidates, Former Brevard County
but disqualified five after attorney Terri Jones was
conducting background hired on interim status
searches. until the city selected Val-
"We lost almost half," he pariso city attorney Dou-
said. "We havesix very glas Wyckoff in January
good canedidate.,six very 2008. The city fired Mr.
oThere is a possibility Wyckoff less than two
that one or two candidates months later, citing con-
that one or two candidates cerns about the results of
will withdraw from the his background investiga-
process after learning that dion. The city is still negoti-
the city will not pay their ating a severance settle-
travel expenses to attend ment offer with Mr.
the interview, said Mr. Wyckoff.
Baesinger.
The candidates are Ray- Contact Gretchen Sauer-
mond Branch, an Alta- man at (321) 751-5961 or
monte Springs attorney; Sauerman@hometown-
Benjamin Scott Gross, newsol.com.


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE - When
more than 500 Melbourne
High School graduates
receive their diplomas this
month, twenty-six students
will receive an honorable
mention.
Eight students will be part
of the school's first Collegiate
High School class, meaning
they earned their AA degrees
from Brevard Community
College, through a district
program, completing all the
prerequisites necessary to
become a college upper-
classman.
Four additional students
dual-enrolled at BCC inde-
pendently to earn their AA
degrees.
Fourteen very special stu-
dents were honored for
achieving a flawless GPA
through their entire high
school career.
The Collegiate High
School class included:
* Abigail Champagnie, 18,
of Palm Bay, who plans to
I See MEL HIGH, A3


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Eau Gallie High School valedictorians are back row, from left, Travis Hillyer and Nicholas
Chiariello, Middle row, from left, Katie Byrnes, Lindsay Walters and Jenna Cummings. In
front is Elizabeth Saam


Eau Gallie High School


honors six valedictorians


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE - Six of the
more than 530 graduating
seniors at Eau Gallie High
School have been chosen as
valedictorians.
The following students
will be honored during
graduation ceremonies May
30:
* Katie Byrnes, 18, of Mel-


bourne, who plans to attend
Wellesley College. She
earned a 4.0 GPA while par-
ticipating as drum captain
in band, National Honor
Society and coaching an ele-
mentary school Odyssey of
the Mind team.
* Nicholas Chiariello, 18,
of Melbourne, who plans to
attend Florida State Univer-
sity. He earned a 4.0 GPA
while participating in bas-


ketball.
* Jenna Cummings, 17, of
Melbourne, who plans to
attend the University of
South Florida. She earned a
4.0 GPA while participating
in chorus, drama and sci-
ence research.
* Travis Hillyer, 18, of Mel-
bourne, who plans to attend
the University of Florida. He
) See EAU GALLIE, A3


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Animals

BY DARRELL JOHNSON
For Hometown News
One thing most pet owners
'-* do is take cute photographs
', of their animals.
But are those pictures good
enough to beat out hundreds
of others to earn a spot on a
calendar?
The Central Brevard
Humane Society's 17th annu-
al Best Pets of Brevard photo
contest is one of the organi-
zation's main fundraisers.
The 2009 calendar will fea-
ture the winning pictures and
will be available at the
humane society, veterinary
clinics and other businesses
that cater to the needs of pets.
"This is a chance to have
your critter- furry, feathery or
scaly- grace the cover of what
has become an annual tradi-
tion," said spokeswoman
Eileen Cole in a news release.
Last year's contest drew
more than 300 entries, said
contest manager Teresa
Clifton.
"Each year, it gets a little
bigger and a little better," she
said. "We now have an 'In
memory of' page where, if a
pet has (died), we print a
photo and the pet's name,
date of birth and the date
they passed."
The cost for a memorial is
$50, which guarantees that
the photo and information
' will be published, Ms. Clifton
said.
�|- The entry fee for each
photo entered in the compe-
tition is $10, which helps fund
the society.
"The only requirement (for
contest photos) is that there
be no humans in the picture,
only the animals," Ms. Clifton
said.
The entry deadline is July 1.
Entry formsgrayvailable at
the Central Brevard Humane
Society, 1020 Cox Road,
Cocoa, or any of the following
Molly Mutt thrift stores.
Digital photos can be e-
mailed to
calendarcontest@critter-
savers.com.
A separate entry form
should be mailed with $10 to
the Central Brevard Humane
Society, Attn: Photo Contest,
1020 Cox Road, Cocoa, FL
32926.
Be sure to provide the same
information with the photo
and the entry form so tliey
can be matched.
Color photographic prints
will be accepted, but they
.2 must be no larger than 5x7
inches and be made from a
negative or slide.
-tI No ink jet or other comput-
er-generated prints will be
accepted.
Mail prints in a protective
envelope to the humane soci-
ety address with an entry
form and $10.
All photos become the
S property of the humane soci-
ety andwill not be returned.
Members of the Camera
S Club of Brevard will judge the
entries.
For information, call (321)
S 636-3343 or visit www.critter-
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Mel High
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attend the University of Cen-
tral Florida. She has a weight-
ed GPA of 4.02.
* Amanda Evans, 18, of
Melbourne, who plans to
attend the University of Flori-
da. She achieved a 4.3
weighted GPA while partici-
pating in cheerleading and
TV production.
* Brittany Northwood, 18,
of Melbourne Beach, who
plans to attend Florida State
University. She maintained a
weighted GPA of 4.53 while
participating in hiking,
kayaking and creative writ-
ing.
* Andie Weston, 17, of Mel-
bourne, who plans to attend
the University of Central
Florida. She maintained a
GPA of 3.7 while lifeguarding,
teaching creative writing,
participating on swim team,
yearbook club and working
on a literary magazine.
* Not pictured are Megan
Ferguson, of Melbourne;
Matthew Noble of Mel-
bourne Beach; Amanda Page
of Indialantic; and Caitlin
Rizek of Melbourne.
The other dual-enrolled


graduates are:
* Laura Gross, 18, of West
Melbourne, who plans to
attend the University of Flori-
da. She maintained a weight-
ed GPA of 4.37 while partici-
pating in Junior ROTC, color
guard and working at Steak
and Shake.
* Not pictured are Jeffrey
Darby, of Melbourne;
Ondreia Hunt, of Palm Bay;
and Kimberli Trader, of Mel-
bourne.
The fourteen students
honored for perfect grades
through high school were:
* Alyse Atkinson, 17, of
Melbourne Beach, who plans
to attend the University of
Florida. She maintained a
4.55 GPA while participating
in cross country, track,
National Honor Society and
as a youth leader at church.
* Jessica Beaugez, 18, of
Melbourne Beach, who plans
to attend the University of
Tampa. She maintained a
4.52 GPA while participating
in Key Club, SWAT, National
Honor Society, Beta Club and
French Club.
* Robert Colomberti, 18, of
Indialantic, who plans to
attend the University of Flori-
da. He maintained a 4.55 GPA
while participating in drama.
* Ben Covell, 18, of West


Melbourne, who plans to
attend the University of Pitts-
burg. He maintained a 4.55
GPA while participating in
cross country, track, student
government and Beta Club.
* Ian Dawley, 18, of Indi-
alantic, who plans to attend
the University of Florida. He
maintained a GPA of 4.5
while participating in varsity
wrestling, National Honor
Society, student government
and as a Kyle Braid Alumni.
* Jessica LeClair, 18, of Mel-
bourne, who plans to attend
the University of Central
Florida. She maintained a
4.56 GPA while participating
in band, marching band,
National Honor Society, Aca-
demic Team and Business
Ethics.
* Sally MacDonald, 18, of
Palm Bay, who plans to
attend the University of Cen-
tral Florida. She achieved a
GPA of 4.48 while participat-
ing in Beta Club, National
Honor Society, SWAT, student
government and Mu Alpha
Theta.
* Eddie Ng, 18, ofWest Mel-
bourne, who plans to attend
.DeVry University to study
game and simulation pro-
gramming. He maintained a
GPA of 4.54 while participat-
ing in the school's culinary


West Melbourne seeks committee members


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS
As the city's 50th
anniversary approaches,
volunteers are needed to
help plan the festivities.
The next committee
meeting is at 7 p.m. June 4
at West Melbourne City
Hall.
All residents are wel-
come, said Jan Lieson,


committee chairman.
So far, the group is plan-
ning a picnic with games,
food, music and entertain-
ment, said Ms. Lieson. The
event will offer activities
for all ages.
A history show and
"Grand Finale" event are
also in the works, she said.
The 50th Anniversary
Committee was formed by


the City Council last win-
ter. The group is also
responsible for collecting
ideas for a new city seal
and city motto to be
updated in conjunction
with the city's anniversary
next year.
For information, call Ms.
Lieson at (321) 725-0699 or
city clerk Nancy Cuimmo
at (321) 727-7700, Ext. 112.


Donate vehicles to BCSO athletic league program


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS
Brevard County Sheriff's
Office's Police Athletic
League has created several
programs that have con-
tributed significantly to the
redirection of delinquen-
cies in the community.


To fund its programs,
BCSO PAL has developed a
fundraising plan called the
Vehicle Donation Program.
Anyone who wishes to
donate a vehicle, boat or
RV can do so by calling
(321) 633-2106 or e-mail-
ing bcsopall@cfl.rr.com to


provide the details of their
donation.
For details, visit the
www.brevardsheriff.com.
For information, call
Dan Dooley, executive
director for BCSO PAL, at
(321) 633-2106 or (321)
289-1481.


program.
* Jason Panzarino, 18, of
Melbourne Beach, who
plans to attend the Univer-
sity of Florida. He main-
tained a 4.57 GPA while par-
ticipating in National
Honor Society, Mu Alpha
Theta and National Honor
Society.
* Logan Thomas, 18, of
Melbourne, who plans to
attend the University of
Florida. He maintained a
4.46 GPA while participat-
ing in varsity baseball, Fel-
lowship of Christian Ath-
letes, Mu Alpha Theta and
the J. Kyle Braid Leadership
Organization.
* Stephanie Trout, 18, of
Indialantic, who plans to
attend the University of
Florida. She maintained a
.4.55 GPA while participat-
ing in varsity cross country,
soccer, track and National
Honor Society,
* Not pictured are Derek
Bastien, of Melbourne;
Whitney Howe, of Mel-
bourne Beach; and Kimber-
ly Williams, of Melbourne
Beach.

Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or
Sauerman@hometownnew-
sol.com.


Eau Gallie
From page Al
earned a 4.0 GPA while par-
ticipating in band.
* Elizabeth Saam, 18, of
Melbourne, who plans to
attend Georgetown Universi-
ty. She earned a 4.0 GPA
while participating in band
as a section leader bassoon
and front ensemble, National
Honor Society and Amnesty
International.
* Lindsay Walters,. 18, of
Melbourne, who plans to
attend Brevard Community
College. She earned a 4.0 GPA
while participating in basket-
ball, volleyball, track, softball,
National Honor Society, Beta
Club, and Fellowship of
Christian Athletes.
Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or
Sauerman@hometown-
newsol.com.


WEEK IN

REVIEW

School district announces fee-based
summer program

Brevard Public Schools will offer a fee-based summer
program called SOAR Higher, which is designed to meet
the educational needs of gifted and academically talented
students.
Weeklong courses will be offered in areas such as Eng-
lish, science, math, social studies and TV production at
public schools throughout the district.
There will also be a three-weeklong world language
immersion program and courses at the Florida Solar Ener-
gy Center.
Applications for the programs have been sent to eligible
students in grades four through seven ivho are officially in
the gifted student program, or who have earned a Level 5
on FCAT SSS reading, math or science in March 2007.
Students may sign up for one, two or all three weeks.
Costs and locations vary. For information, contact Bob
McLaren at (321) 633-1000, Ext. 364 or e-mail
mclarenr@brevard.k12.fl. us.
In addition to the SOAR Higher program, the district will
offer the 2008 SOAR program for K-12 students who are
having difficulties in reading and mathematics. Students
who are eligible for SOAR include those who are perform-
ing below grade level in reading and/or mathematics in
grades K-2, scored Level I or II on FCAT reading or FCAT
mathematics in grades 3-10, or who did not pass the FCAT
in grades 11 and 12. The SOAR program is free to all eligible
students.
Transportation will be provided to students who attend
Title I schools and for those students who are eligible
through their individualized education plan for extended
school year. School-based childcare services will be
obtainable for elementary students attending SOAR.
Breakfast and lunch will be offered at each of the elemen-
tary schools and in select middle and high schools.
For a listing of available fee-based enrichment offerings,
contact customer service via e-mail at csc@brevard-
schools.org or by calling (321) 633-1000, Ext. 500.

Florida Tech offers hands-on summer
camp in nanotechnology

Florida Institute of Technology will offer a summer
camp in nanotechnology for high school students from 9
a.m. to noon July 12-16.
Nanotechnology is the field of science devoted to
designing and studying ultra-small materials.
The camp is open to any student who has completed a
high school-level chemistry class or two years of inte-
grated science.
Registration is due by June 16. The fee is $210 with
lunch or $175 without lunch per student. This includes a
T-shirt and supplies.
For information, visit http://activities.fit.edu/camp-
nanotech or call (321) 674-7376 or (321) 674-7350.
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Business News


Shorty's serves meals
to firefighters
Shorty's Bar-B-Q in Mel-
bourne served 225 meals to
firefighters from all over the
state at Malabar Fire
Department May 13.
On the menu was ribs,
chicken, corn on the cob
and coleslaw.
Owner Andy Biro said the
restaurant wanted to show
its support of the fire fight-
ers.
"It's nice just to play a
small part in helping those
who serve us in the worst of
times," Mr. Biro said.
Shorty's is at 1981 N.
Wickham Road. For infor-
mation, call (321) 751-7171.

LiveTV to remain in
Melbourne
The Economic Develop-
ment Commission of Flori-
da's Space Coast recently
announced that LiveTV, a
global leader in in-flight
entertainment and connec-
tivity systems for the nar-
row-bodied aircraft in the
commercial aviation mar-
ket, has elected to remain
in Melbourne.
The company will relo-
cate its headquarters from
an office park to a 55,000-
square-foot facility near
Melbourne International
Airport.
For information, call
(321) 308-3876.

WESH-2 to feature
missing children
WESH-TV has
announced the station will
use its airwaves to help
raise awareness for missing
Florida children.
Each morning during
WESH-2 News Sunrise, the
station will supply viewers
with pictures and informa-
tion on Central Florida
cases.
Viewers can watch for
these reports from anchors
Scott Walker and Syan
Rhodes weekday mornings
on WESH-2 News Sunrise
from 5-7 a.m. The informa-
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www.wesh.com. Click on
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Harris CEO named
finalist for award
Harris Corp. chairman,
president and CEO
Howard L. Lance has been
named a finalist for the
2008 Ernst & Young Florida
Entrepreneur of the Year
Award.
Mr. Lance, the only
finalist from Brevard
County, was named one of
three finalists in the "mas-
ter" category, which recog-
nizes entrepreneurs who
are well established in
their industry and careers.
Award recipients will be
revealed at Ernst & Young's
awards ceremony June 5 at
the Gaylord Palms Resort
in Orlando.

FPRA to host brunch
The Space Coast Chapter
of the Florida Public Rela-
tions Association will host
a brunch with Karen
Breakall, Florida director
of public and community
relations from Nemours
Children's Hospital June
10.
This will be a group dis-
cussion on a specialized
case study about
Nemours' entry into the
competitive central Flori-
da medical community.
The brunch will be at
Doubletree Hotel in Cocoa
Beach at 10:30 a.m. Tues-
day, June 10. The cost is
$15 for FPRA members,
$18 for nonmembers and
$10 for students. RSVP to
Amelia Woodbridge at
(321) 837-1000 or e-mail
Amelia@mcbridewood-
bridge.com.

Running Zone
presents $5K to zoo
Running Zone recently
presented a $5,000 check
to Brevard Zoo, a donation
from funds raised at a 3K
race at the zoo March 8.
This is the second year
Running Zone has hosted
a race at the zoo. Last year,
the company donated
$3,000.
More than 750 runners
registered to participate in
the race this year, hosting
214 children younger than
14. This was an increase of
67 percent from last year's


race, which was called
Buzzard's Bait to coincide
with the opening of the
zoo's vulture exhibit.
The 'next Running Zone
race, called the Sting Ray
Shuffle, is scheduled for
next March.
Brevard Zoo is at 8225 N.
Wickham Road, Melbourne.
For information, call (321)
254-9453 or visit www.bre-
vardzoo.org.

Group honors CEO
The Child Abuse Preven-
tion. Task Force honored
Patricia Nellius-Guthrie,
CEO of Community-Based
Care of Brevard, with the
CAP Leader Award at the
12th Annual World of Differ-
ence Awards banquet April
24 at Holiday Inn Mel-
bourne-Viera.
The CAP Leader Award
honors an individual with
multiple years of service
who has proven to be a pio-
neering leader in the field of
child welfare, specifically
toward strengthening chil-
dren and families in the
community.
Ms. Nellius-Guthrie was
honored for her dedication
and commitment to chil-
dren and families of Brevard
County.
For information, call CBC
of Brevard at (321) 752-4650,
Ext. 2014 or visit
www.cbcbrevard.org.

Zonta member named
Vibrant Woman
Doris Larson, Zonta Club
of Melbourne treasurer and
immediate past president,
was recognized as a Vibrant
Woman for her love of Zonta
and of business, which
motivates her to help
women develop leadership
skills, become educated
about basic financial princi-
ples and inspires them to
improve the quality of their
lives.
The Vibrant Woman Con-
ference recognized 14
women throughout Brevard
County.
The Zonta Club of Mel-
bourne is an organization of
executives and profession-
als advancing the status of
women globally, nationally
and locally through service
and advocacy. For informa-
tion, visit www.zontaspace-
coast.org.
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CRIMELINE: (800) 423-TIPS


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
of law.

Melbourne Police
Department

* Jessie J. Coatney, 32, of
1440 Parkway Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged May
16 with grand theft, disor-
derly and two counts of on-
site violation of proba-
tion/violation of
community control.
* Christopher Shawn
Frione, 24, address
unknown, was charged May
16 with on-site violation of
probation/violation of
community control, disor-
derly conduct and grand
theft.
* Charles Gathers, 23, of
1985 Palmer Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged May
16 with possession of
cannabis and possession of
cannabis with intent to sell.
* Kyle J. Gathers, 18, of
1985 Palmer Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged May
16 with possession of
cannabis and possession of
cannabis with intent to sell.
* Richard Alan Irvin, 39,
of 1808 Pine St., Melbourne,
was charged May 16 with
on-site violation of proba-
tion/violation of communi-
ty control and resisting
arrest with violence.
* Rita Annette King, 41, of
2401 Central Park Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
with resisting arrest with-
out violence, felony driving
under the influence, reck-
less . driving, accident
involving damage to vehi-
cle/property and two
counts of driving under the
influence-property dam-
age.
* Thomas Joseph Reeves
Jr., 29, address unknown,
was charged May 16 with


possession of cocaine, pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance and two counts of
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
* William Craig Taylor, 33,
address unknown, was
charged May 16 with fraud-
ulent use of a credit card
and grand theft.
* Susan Rae Yacano, 26, of
199 Cassia Ave., Palm Bay,
was charged May 16 with
disorderly conduct and
grand theft.
* Joseph Michael Glass,
25, of 1020 Venetian Drive,
No. 102, Melbourne, was
charged May 17 with flee-
ing/attempting to elude a
police officer, driving under
the influence, reckless driv-
ing, refusal to take a breath
test and resisting arrest
without violence.
* Robert Mathew Perna,
38, of 1709 Pine St., Mel-
bourne Beach, was charged
May 17 with possession of
cocaine and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
* Jonathan Jermaine
Byrd, 23, of 726 Madelyn
Way, No. 302, Melbourne,
was charged May 18 with
possession of cocaine, pos-
session of cannabis, felony
possession of a controlled
substance while in physical
control of a motor vehicle
and as a habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-
pended license.
* David Carnell Jackson,
64, address unknown, was
charged May 18 with aggra-
vated battery.
* Jessica Rose Jenkins, 22,
of 1171 Garfield St., Mel-
bourne, was charged May
18 with on-site violation of
probation/violation of
community control and
retail theft.
* Austin M. Powell, 20, of
2261 Hampton Greens
Blvd., No. 208, Melbourne,
was charged May 18 with
aggravated child abuse,
false imprisonment, bat-


tery-domestic violence,
carrying a concealed, two.
counts of resisting arrest
without violence and two
counts of aggravated bat-
tery.
* Jermaine Lamar Snyder,
20, 2011 Treeridge Road,
Melbourne, was charged
May 18 with having no valid
driver's license, possession
of cannabis with intent to
sell, carrying a concealed
weapon, possession of drug
paraphernalia, resisting
arrest without violence and
three counts of possession
of a controlled substance
with intent to sell.
* Cecil LamonWest, 43, of
4318 Overlook Drive N.E.,
Palm Bay, was charged May
18 with burglary and petty
theft.
* William John Lusk, 38, of
242 Chandler St., Cape
Canaveral, was charged
May 19 with
shooting/throwing missile
into a dwelling/vehicle and
two counts of battery.
* Ezra Carter, 48, of 1122
Gainey Drive, Melbourne,
was charged May 19 as a
fugitive and with violation
of an injunction.
* Craig Robert Fox, 34, of
1050 Holland St., Mel-
bourne, was charged May
20 with uttering a forged
instrument and petty theft.
* Herbert Adolphus, 63, of
606 Williams St., Mel-
bourne, was charged May
21 with possession of
cannabis, possession of
cannabis with intent to sell
and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
* Joshua K. Cooper, 24, of
1876 Southland Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged May
21 with burglary, robbery,
aggravated battery, felony
criminal mischief and two
counts of petty theft.
* Kimberly Foxworth, 24,
of 1753 Monterey Drive, No.
307, Palm Bay, was charged
May 21 with felony retail
theft.


* Raymond Bernard
Simpson, 45, of 420 S. Har-
bor City Blvd., Room 110,
Melbourne, was charged
May 21 with sexual battery
and lewd and lascivious
acts on a child.
* Whitney A. Stevenson,
20, of 2700 Main St., Unit A,
Melbourne, was charged
May 21 with possession of
cannabis and possession of
cannabis with intent to sell.
* Carmelo Vidro-Cande-
laria, 56, of 188 Rachel St.,
No. 4, Melbourne, was
charged May 21 with bat-
tery-domestic violence and
aggravated assault-domes-
tic violence.
* John A. Bridgeman, 24,
of 602 Tucker St., Mel-
bourne, was charged May
22 with grand theft-auto.
* Shaun Michael Comp-
ton, 23, of 1852 Dawn
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged May 22 with bur-
glary and resisting arrest
without violence.
* George Ralph Grooms,
61, of 2421 Stone St., Unit G,
Melbourne, was charged
May 22 with aggravated
battery-domestic violence.

West Melbourne
Police Department
* Michael Stephen
Teague, 29, of 3110 S. Main
St., Melbourne, was
charged May 18 as a habitu-
al traffic offender driving
on a suspended license and
with on-site violation of


probation and two counts
of resisting arrest without
violence.
* Joshua David Justice, 26,
of 2050 South U.S. 1, Lot 70,
Malabar, was charged May
20 with grand theft, resist-
ing a retail merchant and
battery.
* Christopher James Wil-
son, 23, of 1140 Mascott St.,
Palm Bay, was charged May
21 as a habitual traffic
offender and three counts
of possession of drug para-
phernalia.

Brevard County
Sheriff's Office

* Carmen Lillian Alvey,
22, of 358 Elm St., West Mel-
bourne, was charged May
16 with violation of com-
munity control.
* Jesse Tomas Cain, 21, of
1213 Azalea Court East,
Melbourne, was charged
May 16 with two counts of
violation of probation.
* Craig J. Jones, 39,
address unknown, was
charged May 16 with aggra-
vated battery.
* Leilabel Billie Mack, 41,
address unknown, was
charged May 16 with traf-
ficking stolen property,
felony petty theft and
resisting a retail merchant.
* William Reed Muzzey,
52, address unknown, was
charged May 16 with aggra-
vated battery.
* Ginger L. Oliver, 33, of
3205 Monroe St., Melbourne,
was charged May 16 with vio-


nation of community control.
*Yurayma Rubio Proenza,
29, of 151 Greenacre Drive,
Palm Bay, was charged May
16 with two counts of
attempting to solicit/con-
spire.
* Steven Roy Weckmann,
48, of 2100 Leewood Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
May 16 with violation of
probation.
* Anthony Vincent Giuf-
fre, 21, address unknown,
was charged May 17 with
aggravated battery.
* William Michael Hene-
han, 27, of 2249 Hora Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
May 18 with violation of
probation.
* Joe Mark Puchalski, 45,
of 1323 Hollywood Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
May 19 as a habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-
pended license.
* Phillip Andrew Huff, 43,
of 2733 Fountainhead Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
May 21 with possession of
cocaine and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
* Gregory Ray Zimmer-
man, 33, of 5220 Palm
Ave., Melbourne, was
charged May 21 with two
counts of attempting to
solicit/conspire.
* Alexander Josef
Bohdal, 25, of 9002 E.
Brighton Court, West Mel-
bourne, was charged May
22 with trafficking stolen
property, burglary and
grand theft.


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Dr. Vincent Sciortino, a family physician in Viera, is proud
to be an American. He emigrated from Italy when he was five
years old and became a naturalized citizen at age seventeen. A
strong work ethic helped him achieve his boyhood dream of
becoming a physician.

Dr. Vinny, as his patients affectionately call him, is a former
Major in the Air Force. He cared for family members of active
duty personnel, and simply states "I'm honored to serve those
who served our country".

Dr. Vinny is Board Certified in Family Medicine and has
been a practicing physician since 1995. He speaks English,
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Got something to say?

Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at

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


Consider your neighbor's
yard when planting trees

Indeed, no matter how nice people are as neighbors,
(they) do almost anything except consider your yard.
Yes, to the point that I have no grass and no sun, all due to
them planting trees in their backyard. It may be beautiful
for them and even for my family; however, due to this high
fence and all kinds of trees, which blackout (the) west side
of my yard, the trees are backing and blocking the tele-
phone pole, the sun and most of my side yard and (it)
makes my home look like a tenement house.
I hate to say anything to these people (who) happen to be
really wonderful. (I) doubt (they) realize what they have
done (or they) would not have done this. They just are not
aware.
So those of you anywhere, as nice as you are, realize (you
may be hurting) a neighbor. (I'm not going to complain to
you) or the city (because) I have not the heart to hurt these
nice, kind homeowners.

Why are used pill containers
refused at animal shelter

After reading an article in "Rants & Raves," May 2, 2008.
edition titled (in the) "Donations requested for the coun-
try's largest spay/neuter facility," I felt compelled to put my
two cents worth in.
Unfortunately, I take a lot of physician-ordered medica-
tions, most enclosed in new plastic containers. I save these
containers and recently carried about 50 to (a local animal
hospital).
I gave them to a young lady, who asked the lady in charge
if they were acceptable. Her reply was, "No, it's against the
law." Have these people, living on supposed charity, not
heard of cleaning containers for reuse? All had contained
pills, and it's hard for me to understand such practices
(when) at the same time (they are) begging for donations.
I hope all animal lovers, who as I do, would rather have
an animal use a pill from one of these containers, than take
their turn at death by euthanasia. The article states that a
fund drive starts soon for this tax supported shelter, in part
to pay for.new containers. They can count me out.

Ranter complains about road construction

Everywhere you go, including Interstate 95, there's road
work making a mess digging up the road and making it
inconvenient for everybody.
(They are) used to making all kinds of money now
because they're taking it out of your gas and I think that's
very unfair to people. They should at least give us a break.
They've been near my house, and I have had a problem with
the road workers. They want to tear up the whole state of
Florida and make it inconvenient for people.
I try to avoid it because you end up getting nails in your
tires and then you (have) to wait in traffic. With the gas
(price) being so high, I'm staying home. I'm not going any-
where and luckily, I'm able to do that. Not everybody can do
that. I'm just going to stay home and refuse to go anywhere
and (use) another street where they're not working.
So it's going to be a problem. People are going to start to
get really mad about this. They should stop all this taking it
out of our gas prices. They should have some other way of
doing this as they had before.

We don't need so many phone books

Is anybody else as conservative as I am and resent the fact
that I'm putting three more big telephone books in (my)'
recycle (bin)?
I understand that since AT&T is the phone company, we
(may) need their books; (however), the others are a waste of
trees.

Postal service should be more careful when
handling packages

First, I want to let you know how much I enjoy the Home-
town News and look forward to its arrival each Friday. Now
I'd like to rant about our careless postal employees.




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I mailed a small package containing a small, porcelain
hand-painted giraffe bank to my daughter for her collec-
tion. It was well wrapped and packed in peanuts, but it did-
n't stand up to our postal workers' handling. They must
have played kickball with it, because it was broken up when
it arrived.
No, I didn't insure (it). Maybe I should have. But they
(could) have been more gentle with it.

Waldo has a new home

If you live in Brevard County, perhaps the southern part, if
you had a little dog named Waldo and you had to give it up,
perhaps it made you sad and broke your heart. Please know,
Waldo has a forever home.
I am his fourth owner, and my family loves him. Although
he is an active pup, he's ours and loves us, too. He is my sec-
ond shelter dog. My last one was 13 years old when he died.
He was with me for 11 and a half years. Shelter dogs give
unconditional love.

Why isn't the Florida Lottery
televised anymore?

Has anyone else noticed that you can't watch the (Florida
Lottery) drawing on TV since the first of January-m(of) this
year? I haven'tbeen able to find it on any, other channel.
My question is, why? Has anybody noticed that a lot of the
winners are in Miami? I believe this is suspicious, to say the
least.
My suggestion is the Lotto needs to be audited every
month and the auditors need to be audited every three to
six months. All the employees need to be moved out and
new ones moved in every three years. Florida Lotto and the
Florida Mega Money needs to be televised each night they
are drawn.

Reader responds to 'No more
free publicity to businesses'

Kudos to the person who spoke out about your column
giving free publicity and free commercials to people who
rave about them.
There are plenty of ways to thank people without giving
the business name more publicity and commercials. Here's
one example. Today I found in my mailbox a plastic bag the
U.S. (Postal Service) wants me to fill with food. On the side
* of the bag, it says what it's for and (that) the postman will
pick it up.
Good idea, but wait. On the other side of the plastic b.ag
was a great big decal of the supermarket. No name. No pub-
licity here. I will not name the supermarket.
They are supplying the bags (and) asking if you don't fill
these bags, these brand new bags that have never been used
for anything, to be sure to return them to their supermarket,
where they can be recycled.
Recycled for what? If they aren't used yet, why should they
be recycled? It's just the supermarket's way (of) justifying
the giant store decal that publicizes their store and shows
another commercial in our face and (to get us) to come back
to their store to do shopping. What else would you do, just
drop off the bags?
They get free publicity on the bags and get you to come
back to their stores because they're supplying the bags. Why
don't they do something better than supplying the bags?
Why don't they supply the food to go into the bags?
They've got it, and they've got a lot more than any of us
do. They (also) want us to buy the food from them. If they
filled all those bags with food for the needy and gave (it to)
them, then they could get publicity. Then, it would be justi-
fied. To (just) supply a bag and to want us to buy the food
from them, I think they are a very, very, very stingy company
that wants (us) to think they do something, but they do
nothing.
Anyway, that's a way for you to thank the people or talk
about the people without giving their name, so you don't
give (any) publicity (to them). That's why I didn't mention
the food store name.
You all know who it is. You all got the bags, that's good
enough. Now ask them the next time you go by how much
they are contributing in those bags and how come the price
of food has shot up so high. Everybody knows it's the gas,
but so what? There's no reason for the gas to shoot up,
either.

Police must always show compassion
to residents in need

First, I would like to commend our county officers who
showed compassion to a 71-year-old hitchhiker and gave
him a ride. Thanks to (Sheriff Jack) Parker, because I think
he's doing a good job.


To the city police man who I flagged down because I had
neuropathy and burning feet and leg cramps to ask for a
three-minute ride to my home. He was in a passing lane
and called in and said he almost hit me, which was a lie.
Then, in an aggressive tone, sent me on my way carrying
four bags of groceries to walk home. I (told him I) had a flat
atWal-Mart and about (my) neuropathy.
What happened to the word "courtesy" that used to be
imprinted on our police cars? I personally don't think he
belongs behind a badge or he should be trained to deal
with a little more compassion when dealing with the pub-
lic.
So let's get a watchdog and weed out the bad guys who
are supposed to be good guys.
My grandfather was a police chief, and as a young man, I
did.not respect law and order because of circumstances in
my family life and things that happened around me.
As I grew older, I learned to respect (the) law. Now (that
I'm) a senior citizen, incidents such as these make me won-
der if maybe I wasn't right as a young man.

Amendment 1 is costing us more than it gives

I hope the many voters -who supported Amendment 1
this last election realize what is happening now so that you
can get your $250 property tax reduction!
The. Legislature is cutting many of the programs hWe
Worked so-hard to put iri.place to benefit the many abused,
abandoned, and neglected foster children and give them a
chance at a normal, productive life like you want for your
children.
They are taking $100 million from The Department of
Children and Families. They are cutting from nursing
homes (and) I hope you don't end up in one.
They are (also) cutting from the justice system. Good
luck if you're a victim and need justice. And they are cutting
from the school system. Your kids and grandkids will thank
you.
They could have cut the tax benefits they give to the busi-
nesses and the wealthy, but they would (have) fought back,
complained and tried to get revenge.
Foster children, old folks, and victims of crimes don't
have a lot of money or loud voices.

Reader responds to rant about
men as role models

Have we actually resorted to bad-talking our neighbors
in newspapers as opposed to seriously talking about the
issues at hand.
I live on a street where there just happens to be four-
wheelers, motorcycles, dogs on the loose and fireworks.
We actually own two four-wheelers and when my hus-
band does take our kids for a quick ride, he is responsible
and they do wear their helmets.
Is it so hard to just let people be who they are without
judging so critically?
I am a mother of three, and I take very good care of all my
children. Where are the role models, you ask? It is the
mothers behind-the-scenes that no one ever mentions.
Please just try to civilly talk to your neighbors about
what's ailing you. You will probably get better results. It's
just not nice to accuse others of not being good role models
to their children.
Who's to say you were one to your kids or others? I am
one of the many role models to my children good, bad or
indifferent. Remember the saying, "Love thy neighbor" and
to treat others as you would like to be treated yourself.

Reader upset about changing from analog to
digital signal in 2009

I'd like to say something about this worldwide analogue
TV (change) that's effective Feb. 17, 2009.
I think it's really inconvenient for people who don't have
cable or lost their cable because they can't afford to pay for
their homes.
This is the last thing we have to have on our minds,
another inconvenience the government (has) imposed on
us. It's just going to end up backfiring on them because it's
going to be a lot of TVs and hand-held TVs (in the garbage).
What are we going to do with those TVs that we can't get a
box for?
I mean, (this is) something we have no choice (about).
I'm ashamed of the U.S. for going along with this thing and
not having us have any say about it. I mean, it's going to
inconvenience a lot of older people and a lot of people who
can't afford cable. This is really dictating now, and what's
going to be next, radio? Then we're not going to be able to
hear about the hurricanes.
This stuff needs to be monitored and people need to
have a say in it.
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evidence.
To construct a new
9,193-square-foot soup
kitchen, Daily Bread needs
a C-2 zoning designation
and a conditional use per-
mit - neither of which the
city recommended granti-
ng.
The C-2 designation is
reserved for "higher inten-
sity" commercial projects,
like automotive sales and
gas stations, said Ms.
Dittmer.
Because the surrounding
neighborhood had lower-
intensity zoning for
mixed-use residential,
commercial and manufac-
turing, a C-2 designation
would have "a negative
impact," said Ms. Dittmer.
Furthermore, Ms.
Dittmer explained city
staff was concerned that
the project would create a
public nuisance, including
excessive noise, health
hazards and unlawful
activities.
As an example, Ms.
Dittmer said the area near
the Daily Bread received
243 police calls in the past
year, while similarly sized
lunchtime diners, such as
Mustard's Last Stand,
Apollo Diner and Don's
Hoagies had received four-
to-six calls in a similar
time period.
Following her testimony,
Ms. Dittmer was grilled by
Daily Bread attorney Kim-
berly Rezanka.
Cross-examination cov-
ered a wide range of issues,
including whether Ms.
Dittmer agreed that the
Daily Bread's binding
developer's agreement
would address most of the
city's concerns.
"It begins to," said Ms.
Dittmer, before adding
that it does not thoroughly
address all impacts.
When asked why Ms.
Dittmer chose the three
sample restaurants for


comparison, she explained
that those establishments
were in the same area of
town, were open for simi-
lar hours as Daily Bread,
and, like Daily Bread, did
not serve alcohol.
When it was his turn,
Daily Bread executive
director John Farrell gave
the City Council a primer
on the soup kitchen's mis-
sion, numbers served and
important census informa-
tion.
Since inception, the
Daily Bread has served
more than 1,195,000
meals. Roughly 65 percent
of the soup kitchen's
clients were not homeless,
he said.
Mr. Farrell expressed
frustration that neighbors
and city staff did not join
him in trying to address
the problem together.
"We're not the City
Council, who has the abili-
ty to create laws, nor are
we the police force who
can enforce laws," said he
said.
Mr. Farrell presented the
council with a binder filled
with 8,354 signatures of
people who support the
rezoning request.
The number of Daily
Bread supporters and
opponents at the meeting
dwindled as the hours
ticked by, some leaving
before the public was
given the opportunity to
address the council.
Nearly 60 members of
the public filled out speak-
er request sheets, and the
majority of those people
remained until they were
heard.
Among those who spoke,
supporters and detractors
were evenly divided.
The Rev. Joseph
Rimshaw, who lives three
blocks from the Daily
Bread, implored the coun-
cil to approve the request.
"It's not a crime to be


Melbourne resident Bobby Sullivan participates in a prayer before a special City Council
Daily Bread. Mr. Sullivan said he came out to support the soup kitchen.


poor," he said. "The home-
less and hungry are gener-
ally harmless people."
Former Melbourne
Mayor John Buckley
echoed that sentiment,
reminding audience mem-
bers, "There, but for the
grace of God, go I."
Jyll Shultis, a homeless
client of the Daily Bread,
thanked Daily Bread vol-
unteers for their support.
"If the Daily Bread was
not there, you would have
more crime in that area,"
she said.
Council members then
heard from Ivan Vasquez,
who said his fiance's son
was scared of waiting at a
school bus stop near the


soup kitchen.
Tom Donahoe, who
owns a business in the
area, blasted the council
for failing to address the
problem.
"This is a disease for
your city," he said. "I've
been in the middle of this,
and I've been abused."
Former City Council
member Pat Poole, who
lives several blocks from
the soup kitchen, told the
council that the soup
kitchen had been relocat-
ed to the Fee Avenue site in
1992 after downtown mer-
chants complained about
the original location on
New Haven Avenue.
Since the relocation, the
Fee Avenue Library and


Wells Park were filled with
homeless when the soup
kitchen closes for the day,
she said.
"People won't take their
children over there any-
more," she said. "It's time
to listen to the taxpayers in
Melbourne."
After hearing more than
six and a half hours of tes-
timony, the City Council
voted 4-3 to deny the Daily
Bread's request.
Mayor Harry Goode and
vice mayor Kathy Meehan
and council members John
Thomas and Joanne Corby
voted against the rezoning.
Immediately after the
vote, Mayor Goode made a
motion for the council to
reconsider the issue dur-


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
meeting concerning the fate of


'ing the July 22 meeting.
He hinted that the city
might have some land that
could be suitable for a
relocation of the soup
kitchen, or that could be
used for a second soup
kitchen.
If the land was already
zoned for institutional use,
the soup kitchen would
not need a rezoning or
conditional use permit,
Ms. Dittmer said.
The specific properties
under consideration were
not disclosed during the
meeting.
Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or
Sauerman@hometown-
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important to report on my
experience of my working
tour of Jamaica. To view the
two previous articles, visit
www. myhometownnews. net

We arrived at Breezes
Runaway Bay late in the
afternoon. It had been a
busy day and we were
looking forward to relaxing
since this was where we
were to stay for the evening.
We were greeted with a cool
drink (very much needed).
The resort was very clean,
and the rooms were well
appointed. All rooms have
balconies - some with a
private plunge pool. There
were happenings in the
pool as well as on the beach.
Although this was a large
property, it appeared that it
was compact enough to get
to all areas without it being
a hike.
Dinner was at Under the
Stars - great food and lovely
atmosphere. After dinner,
we were entertained by
song, dance and a comedy
routine that had some of the
audience playing along.
Early the next morning,
we toured the rest of the
facility before leaving. We
drove west along the north
coast where we took a left to
climb up a steep, winding,
and extremely bumpy road
on our way to visit the
Greenwood Great House
located on a mountain
overlooking Ocho Rios and
the beautiful Caribbean


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Ocean with its incredibly
blue waters. What we found
made the bumpy ride all
worth it.
The house was built in
1790 by Richard Barrett,
cousin of the famed poet
Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
The Barrett Family amassed
thousands of acres of
Jamaica land. Unlike the
popular Great House at
Rose Hall, there was little
restoration done at Green-
wood.
The proprietor, Bob
Betton, was our guide
through this house. You can
see the passion he has for all
the antique furniture and
original musical instru-
ments. The 180- degree view
from the veranda, which
stretches from one end of
the house to the other, is
where you can see the curve
of the earth.
Next on the agenda was
Rose Hall Resort, a very
large, high-rise hotel
located near the Great
House at Rose Hall. The
resort was very modern in


accommodating. He
helped me with my gro-
ceries on and off the van.
He parks in front of Ace
Hardware in Satellite
Beach and usually leaves
on the hour from 9 a.m. to


design and sparsely deco-
rated. The lobby had teak
furniture and marble floors.
The rooms were simply
lovely. The color schemes
were a teal with brown.
The hotel, although
sitting on the oceanfront,
had the feel of a convention
center. However, there was a
large kids area with a water
park that consisted of a lazy
river running through two
castles in the middle of the
pool.
Rose Hall Resort was very
busy with guests of all ages.
Lunch was served in its
beachfront restaurant.
Next stop: Half Moon
Resort - a beautiful resort
with white buildings and an
open-air lobby that leads
directly to the ocean. Built
in the early 1950s by a group
of investors, this property
has an old-world charm
with modern touches. The
story of its inception was as
interesting as the many
celebrity guests that have
had the pleasure of staying
there.
The five-star property sits
on more than 400 acres with
beautiful beaches and
luxurious accommodations.
The villas that have up to
seven separate rooms and
include a butler and maid.
A par-72 award-winning
golf course, the 68,000-
square-foot spa, which is an
oasis within an oasis, and
equestrian center offer
something for everyone.
The lobby features
photographs of the many
celebrity guests that have
visited in the past. One that
struck me was a picture of


3 p.m. in the afternoon.
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would like to be picked up
in front of Publix and I told
him (in) two hours and he
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John E Kennedy and
Jacqueline stooping down
and kissing little Caroline.
Beside this picture was a
note written on Half Moon
paper, and it was a last will
and testament of Jacqueline
Kennedy.
Apparently, 10 days after
he was elected president,
they flew to Jamaica, and
the flight was a very bumpy
ride. Jacqueline felt the
need to write this. I thought
this to be quite interesting.
The final hotel and
destination was the Sunset
Resort, an all-inclusive
resort in Montego Bay. The
resort has twin 14-floor
towers located on the
beach. The d6cor was bright
and airy, and there were five
restaurants and a children's
pool area. The buffet was
large with many stations of
food.
This was a busy resort
with a variety of visitors.
The evening included a
farewell event for our
groups and included a
calypso band and full
Jamaican fare of seafood
and fruits.
Our action-packed tour
of Jamaica was well worth
the time. It gave us the
tools we need to help our
clients to choose their
vacations wisely. There is
something for everyone in
Jamaica.

Patty Toppa is a travel
consultant with Gadabout
Travel. She can be reached at
(321) 253-3674 and
patty@cruisetraveltours.co
m.


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down at Indian Harbor
Beach.
Please join me so this
service is continued until
our Publix is opened again.

Raising the speed
limit may ease
congestion

I have to wonder why the
speed limit remains 25
mph on Riverside Drive
south of U.S 192. If they'd
raise the speed limit up to
35 or 40 mph, like it is on
A1A, some of the traffic
could be diverted to ease
the congestion. God forbid
we divert traffic over to
prestigious Riverside
Drive.
If 40 mph is good for
those of us on A1A, it's
good enough for them too.
We have houses, drive-
ways, and kids playing just
like they do. Get over it
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YOUTHACIIVIlES & SPOHIS


MCC senior honored by chamber


BY ROB SHELBURNE
Sports writer
Melbourne Central
Catholic High School senior
Elizabeth Leggett was
selected recently as the Mel-
bourne-Palm Bay Area
Chamber of Commerce
Young Adult of the month
for May.
"We choose the applicants
based on a variety of crite-
ria," said Deborah Ballard,
director of work force devel-
opment and education for
the chamber. "We factor in
community service, grade
point average and internal
involvement at the school
and try to find the most
well-rounded student."
Leggett sports a weighted
GPA of 4.28 taking honors
and advanced placement
courses. She lettered four
years as a member of the
Lady Hustlers varsity volley-
ball team and was one of
three captains during her
senior season.
The honor puts Leggett in
the running for Young Adult
of the Year and a 1-in-9
chance of winning a $500
scholarship.


Ms. Ballard said it was
Leggett's patience as a math
tutor and comments from
her coach, Bonnie Priester,
which highlighted her quali-
fications for the award.
"She is a team player, an
excellent student and
always puts her best foot
forward," she said. "And, as
things progress in life, that is
the type of person we all
would like to work with."
Leggett, who applied for
the award last summer, said
being selected Young Adult
of the Month means a lot to
her.
"It's important to me," she
said. "I do work hard and it's
nice to be recognized as a
hard worker."
A defender and backup
center for the Lady Hustlers
on the volleyball court,
Leggett said she will be
attending the University of
Central Florida in the fall
with plans to be a mechani-
cal engineer.
As she prepares to embark
on the next phase of her life,
Leggett said the most
. rewarding experiences of
her high school days came'
not just in the competitive
arena, but in the classroom


Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leggett
Melbourne Central Cathlic senior Elizabeth Leggett was
named recently by the Melbourne-Palm Bay Chamber of
Commerce as,its Young Adult of the Month for May.
Leggett was selected for her hard work on the volleyball
court, in the classroom and around the community.


as well.
"Voblleball has always
been a big part of my life,"
she said. "I have met a lot of
friends through volleyball.


And I really like taking Latin.
I like the history of it, the
culture and it gives me a
place to be, my own little
niche."


Mountain golf or mountain gaffe?


Virginia hillside, and the
greens, well, they're fast and
slopey.
Yardage books are
complimentary, as are range
balls, and each hole is given
a name, spelled out in
Middle English.
For example, hole No. 1 is
called "Springe Creke," but
L.- r' could just.as easily been
S-' named "Oh s#$*&A!," for as
often as that invective was
used.
ROB SHELBURNE There is nary a flat lie at Ye
Uphill Lies Olde Springe Creke Golffe
Clubbe, causing one to peak
at iron shots and blade
wedges into uinimaginable
H ow do you turn a and unmanageable spots
single-digit handi- and record scores better
cap into a hopeless suited for a junior varsity
hack overnight? girls team.
We'll, if they're from The only good thing
Florida get them a tee time about carding a 97 is the
at a course anywhere north knowledge of a return to the
of Savannah and watch cozy confines of the flat
them struggle to break 100. Florida tracks of the home-
The closer you get to the land; that this particular
Mason-Dixon Line, the less round was an aberration
familiar golf becomes as the and not-likely to be repeated
tracks tend to be rather hilly, any time soon.
a tremulous proposition for It also provides an excuse
us flatlanders. to go back to the scene of
Spring Creek Golf Club in the crime and exact revenge
Gordonsville, Va. is just such score and setting the world
a place. A new mountain right again.
course, it boasts excellent It's good to be home.
customer service and rolling
fairways that meander
through piney woods and Kids will be kids
around sparkling creeks.
About the only thing that Brevard juniors continue
meandered through creeks to showcase their skills on
and woods, piney or the links via the Junior
otherwise, was my Titleists, Players Tour.
four of them to be exact as I Mayl7-18 found the tour
spent the better part three- at the Eastpointe Golf and
and-a-half hours of a five- Racquet Country Club in
day hiatus last week trying Pam Beach Gardens where
to convince those around four local golfers shined for
me I had an 9-handicap. 36 holes of competition.
Don't get me wrong, this Palm Bay's Jarred Ram-
was a beautiful place with nath posted 158 to finish
generous fairways and seventh in the young men's
gorgeous views of the


Sports ., ,

Calendar ":

Earn serioi
Summer golf camp
Duran Golf Club will
sponsor the Viera Hawk
Summer Golf Camp June 9-
13 and June 16-20 from 8
a.m. to noon.
The camps will be con- i.
ducted by Donnie Bascle, , "'
head coach for the Viera
High School boys varsity ''
golf team and Greg Ford,
head coach for the girls var- '' '
sity golf team.' . ' "
The first session will be ..
for boys and girls age 6-12. kCOM M
The second session will be - ,
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16-18 year-old grouping. It
was Ramnath's fourth top-
10 finish in the series
following a runner-up
March 15-16 at the Habitat
Golf Course and an eighth-
place finish at the Saints in
Port St. Lucie April 12-13.
Ramnath's younger
brother, loshua, also played
well. Joshua strung together
rounds of 79-72 for a tie for
sixth in the 14-15-year-old
set. Melbourne's Sean Smith
joined Ramnath, posting a


top-20 finish with rounds of
81-85.
Max Menkes, also of
Melbourne, shot rounds of
81-87 to place eighth in the
12-13 year-old division, to
round out the Brevard
County contingent.
The next stop for the
junior Players Tour is the
Country Club at Boca
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Florida Tech will offer a
series of five-day basketball
camps throughout the sum-
mer for boys age 6-17.
Camps will be conducted
by varsity men's coach Billy
Mims and will run June 23-
27; July 14-18; and July 21-25
Cost is $199 for each five-
day camp.
For information, call (321)
674-7484.

Hoops camp

Brevard Community Col-
lege men's head basketball
coach Terry Parks will have a
summer basketball camp at
the Melbourne campus of
BCC.
The camp will run in
three sessions: June 9-13;
June 23-27; and July 7-11.
Hours are from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. each day.
Cost is $130 for campers
who provide their own
lunch and $155 for those
who want lunch provided.
For information, call (321)
433-5859

Baseball players,
needed

The Florida Space Coast
Baseball League is recruiting
players for its Stan Musial
and Roy Hobbs divisions.
Players need to be at least
15 years old to play in the
Musial division and 28 years
old by Dec. 31 for the Hobbs
division.
For information call Troy
Cox at (321) 733-4807 or
contact him via e-mail at
americansbaseball@cfl.rr.co
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Engineers on the links

Florida Tech will have its
second annual Capstone
Classic Golf Tournament
June 13 at Turtle Creek Golf
Club in Rockledge.
The format is a four-per-
son scramble with a 1 p.m.
shotgun start.
Cost is $110 per player or
$400 per team and includes
all golf fees, player gift
packages, lunch, dinner
and awards.
:Proceeds from the tour-
nament will benefit the
Florida Tech College of
Engineering in support of
scholarships and student
design projects.
For information, call
(321) 674-6220.

Ride for the Red

The ninth annual Ride for
the Red Cycling Tour of Bre-
vard County to benefit the
American Red Cross-Space
Coast Chapter will be Aug.
24, beginning and ending at
Wickham Park Pavillion.
Registration is at 6:30
a.m.
Cost is $35.
For information, call
(321) 231-3599

Golf and give

The Space Coast Chapter
of the American Red Cross
will have a golf tournament
to benefit the victims of
recent wildfires in Brevard
County.
The tournament will be
May 30 at the Duran Golf
Club in Viera.
The format is a four-per-
son scramble with an 8 a.m.
shotgun start. Cost is $150
per player with all proceeds
going to the Red Cross fire
relief efforts.
For information, call
Keith Gee at (321) 890-1013
or Russell Glasby at (321)
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Nicholas R. Wilson

Air Force Airman 1st Class
Nicholas R. Wilson has
graduated from the Com-
munications-Computer
Systems Operations
Apprentice Course at
Keesler Air Force Base,
Biloxi, Miss.
Wilson is the son of Cara
M. Wilson of Melbourne,
and David L. Wilson of
Huntington, N.Y.
In 2007, the airman grad-
uated from Eau Gallie High
School.

Donna M. Phelps

Army Chief Warrant Offi-


cer 3 Donna M. Phelps is
currently deployed as a
member of Task -Force
Marne, one of more than
20,000 soldiers from the
Fort Stewart, Ga.-based
3rd Infantry Division and
elements of the 101st Air-
borne Division from Fort
Campbell, Ky.
She is the daughter of
James and Anne Dixon of
Melbourne.
Her husband, Charles, is
the son of Charles and
Joyce Phelps of Rockledge.
The warrant officer
graduated in 1985 from
Eau Gallie High School.

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Thomas named to Florida Tech post


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS
Stackpoole, senior vice
president for advancement,
announced May 19 the hir-
ing of John Thomas as the
new director of athletic
partnerships at Florida
Institute of Technology.
As director, Thomas will
play the lead fundraising
role for the university's
intercollegiate athletics
program.
Thomas joins Florida Tech
after establishing and
leading the football pro-
gram at Holy Trinity
Episcopal Academy in
Melbourne.
Since 2000, Thomas has
served as head football
coach and led fundraising
initiatives, raising more
than $300,000 for the
program and a new stadi-


um.
"We believe that John is
the right person to lead our
athletics fundraising to the
next level," said Stackpoole
in a press release. "He has
the right mix of experience,
knowledge and drive to be
highly successful in this
critical development role at
Florida Tech."
Florida Tech athletics'
annual fundraiser, the
Sporting Affair, raised
$320,000 earlier this year.
Thomas said he is ready for
a new challenge.
"This is an exceptional
opportunity at an outstand-
ing university," said Thomas
in a press release. "I look
forward to joining the
Florida Tech team and
accomplishing some very
special things in the years
ahead."


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LISA M. ONORATO
The Hype


Art of

Harleys

rides
T he 2008 Harley-
Davidson Dyna Street
Bob has seen a lot of
road, and its wheels have
never touched the ground.
The bike has been on a
countywide tour, appearing
at local venues and building
*up momentum and excite-
ment everywhere it goes -
all leading up to one
feverish grand finale: grand
prize to one lucky winner
June 1 at Community Based
Care of Brevard's "Art of
Harleys" event.
The fundraiser is one of
the organization's biggest,
said executive assistant
Cyndi Hernandez of CBC of
Brevard.
This year's Art of Harleys
event, scheduled from
noon to 7 p.m., features an
impressive musical lineup,
with performances by Led
Hed, a Led Zeppelin tribute
band, Ernie Southern & the
Deltaholics, The Matt Sams
Band, Cadillac Ride and the
Steve Thorpe Blues Orches-
tra. Other highlights
include children's activities
from noon to 5 p.m. and
food. The event is free.
Tickets to win the bike are
$20 each or six for $100, and
no more than 2,500 will be
sold. The winner will also
receive a $500 shopping
spree at Space Coast
Harley-Davidson and
custom bike cover.
Last year's winner was
Craig Schmauss, who only
purchased one ticket, Ms.
Hernandez said.
Tickets are available
online at
www. cbcbrevard.org or at
(321) 752-4650, Ext. 752-
4650.
For information, visit
www.spacecoastharley.com.

This weekend
* Blues: The Matt Sams
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Come 'Dancing with Brevard'


BY JENET KROL
Staff writer
Local celebrities and dancing
professionals are putting their
twinkle toes toward a good cause.
At the third annual "Dancing with
Brevard," modeled after ABC's
"Dancing with the Stars" show,
couples will perform dance routines
to raise funds for the KLD Youth
Foundation.
The KLD Youth Foundation, based
in Merritt Island, is a faith-based
primary prevention organization.
The organization provides tutoring,
counseling, a youth center and a
gym.
Thirteen couples, made up of local
celebrities and dancing profession-
als, will waltz, tango,'foxtrot and
salsa in glittery gowns and tuxedos
to raise awareness for the KLD Youth
Organization, said Nancy Lundell,
spokeswoman for the foundation.
Ms. Lundell participated in the
inaugural event, dancing the foxtrot.
"It was enormously fun and a real
revelation as to how intricate some
of these dances are," she said. "It is
also a revelation as to how much you
can learn when you put your mind
to it."
Ms. Lundell said the event has
attracted more than 1,000 spectators
in the past.
Contestants will be judged on
their dancing ability by professional
judges, but the majority of their
score will be based on the amount
they were able to raise, said Ms.
Lundell.
George Lewis of Merritt Island, a"'
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STAR SCOPES
James Tucker


Week of 05-30-2008

Aries-March 21-April 19
You represent all the good stuff in life. You live
by truth. You have a strong conscience. You have
courage of your convictions and you stand up
for them. You refuse to let fear and frustration
rule your life. You live a high-quality life. You
make wise choices. Is it any wonder that the cre-
ator chose you to lead the zodiac pack?
Taurus-April 20-May 20
Mercury in retrograde in Taurus says it's time to
slow down and watch for signs before move-


Photo courtesy of Nancy Lundell
Instructor Barry Johnson and competitor Tanya Pruitt dance in last year's
'Dancing with Brevard' event to help raise funds for the KLD Youth Foun-
dation.


Service Team, is dancing the Ameri-
can tango with his instructor, Ana
Marie Morris. He has been practic-
ing since January. Mr. Lewis said he
always enjoyed dancing socially, but
this is the first time he has done
anything choreographed or struc-
tured.
"I decided to participate because
it's a good cause and helps a lot of
(children) in the community."
He said he's had a good response


raising funds, even though the
economy isn't at.its best.
"With the slowdown in the real
estate market I finally had some
time to donate, so I wanted to help
(KLD Youth Foundation) out," he
said.
Lara Sexton, an instructor at
Melbourne Ballroom Studio, is
dancing the foxtrot with Santo
Stevens, a former professional


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ment is necessary. Don't start any new projects
right now. Instead, finish up old ones. Spend
more time on fun things that recharge your
physical and spiritual batteries. Now is no time
to get stale or burned out.
Gemini-May 21-June 21
This is your turn at the zodiac helm. Enjoy steer-
ing the cosmic ship for the next three weeks.
You can do it. You have a deep reservoir of ener-
gy, skill and motivation that never runs dry.
Sometimes you even amaze yourself at all you
do, because you never give up and you finish
what you start.
Cancer-June 22-July 22
*One of the reasons for your success is your
devotion to family, friends and associates. No
one could have a more loyal friend than you.
You are committed to doing the right thing. You
deserve great rewards. You are highly deserving.
You inspire everyone around you and make us
all want to do better. Thank you.
Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Your spirit is like a deep well of creativity contin-


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ually flowing with inspiration, dreams and new
ideas. Listening to this divine source as needed
is your. main secret of success. The possibilities
are endless. Trusting and acting on this supreme
guidance keeps the Leo fire going. Keep it up,
and even greater heights will soon be possible.
Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
The world sees you as calm, but under the sur-
face is a strong nature that gives you the
strength to carry on regardless of the challenges
met along the way. You handle responsibility as
well as anyone in the universe. Being an Earth
sign in Saturn keeps your energy grounded,
focused and growing.
Libra-Sept. 23-Oct.22
You are a high-spirited person. Failure is never
an option. Your good heart gives you an edge
when making decisions. Your first impressions
are the best. You always emerge victorious. This
firm resolves makes others want to help you
when needed. Let them. Born leadership and
justice are just a few of your great virtues.

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Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
There are so many things
you want to do. You are the
first one out of the starting
gate. Just be sure to set your
sights on one main goal
before you begin. Quality is
more important than quan-
tity. When frustration sets in,
slow down, take a deep
breath and regroup. This
second wind will move you
forward and ensure victory.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
You always come through
when the chips are down.
Your high heart and strong
spirit are the main reasons
why. You are so generous to
everyone around you. All
this good plus your natural
curiosity continue to lead
you in your search for life's
deeper mysteries and


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meanings. Thanks for shar-
ing these great truths.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Life is good. Why? Because
you unselfishly serve others.
You have such a generous
spirit. What you give comes
back tenfold when you are
open to receiving. Acknowl-
edge your worth, and you
will see great abundance
coming your way. You are a
fine example of living a
happy, fun-filled life. We
honor you.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Idealism and compassion
along with a strong sense of
duty best describe your atti-
tude and approach to life.
You can always be counted
on to get the job done right.
You amaze your friends and
associates with your creative


output. If the rest of us set
such an example as you do,
this world would be a better
place.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Your strong belief in honesty
and doing things right is the
foundation for your great
personal growth. You are
now ready to take it to an
even higher level. Dare to be
different. Let nothing slow
you down. You are a winner
with a proven track record.
With all your experience, tal-
ent and determination, the
best is about to happen.

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FRIDAY, MAY 30
* Neil Simon play: Mel-
bourne Civic Theatre presents
"God's Favorite," Neil Simon's
comedy based on the Book of
Job, through June 1. Show
times are 8 p.m. Friday and
Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday.
Tickets are $15 for adults, $12
for seniors and $10 for military
and students. The theater is at
817 E. Strawbridge Ave. Call
(321) 723-6935.
SUNDAY, JUNE 1
* Art of Harleys: Annual
fundraising event for Commu-
nity Based Care of Brevard
from noon to 7 p.m. at Space
Coast Harley-Davidson in Palm
Bay, 1440 Executive Drive. Fea-
tures a chance to win a 2008
Dyna Street Bob bike, live
music from noon, vendors,
food, and children's activities
from noon to 5 p.m. Bands
include Led Hed, Ernie South-
ern & the Deltaholics, the Matt
Sams Band, Cadillac Ride and
the Steve Thorpe Blues
Orchestra. Call (321) 837-7280
UPCOMING EVENTS
* Art opening: An opening
reception for "The Fine Line"
art exhibition will be Friday,
June 6 at the E.G. Banks build-


ing, which is now the offices of
the 321 Agency. Features the
work of Jeff Noble, Clifton
Chandler and Derek Gores.
Open until midnight. Call
(321) 255-0566.
* Art opening: Art and
Antique Studio will host an
opening reception for Marilyn
Arbuckle from 5:30-7 pm. Fri-
day, June 6, at 1419 Highland
Ave., Melbourne. Call (321)
253-5553.
e Jazz Friday: .King Bee 3 will
perform at the Brevard Art
Museum's Jazz Friday event
from 5:30-7:30 p.m. June 6.
Admission is free for museum
members and $10 for non-
members. Call (321) 242-
2219.
* Playwright winner: NYU
student and former Merritt
Island resident Lindsey Fer-
rentino's play "Exile" will be
produced at Surfside Play-
house at 8 p.m. Friday, June 6
and Saturday, June 7 and 2
p.m. Sunday, June 8. Ms. Fer-
rentino was the winner of Surf-
side's eighth annual playwright
competition. "Exile" is an exis-
tential comedy featuring exiled
historical figures and a nun
who "meet in front of a wall to
contemplate how and why
they need to get over it, con-
fusing them into wondering
whether or not they have
already done so." Tickets are
$10. The playhouse is at 300


Ramp Road, Cocoa Beach. Call
(321) 783-3127.
* Jazz: The Tom Hueston
Band will perform at 2 p.m.
Sunday, June 8, at the Cocoa
Beach Country Club, 5000 Tom
Warriner Blvd., Cocoa Beach.
Cost is $7 for members and
$10 for non-members. Call
(321) 453-4191.
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:
Located at 300 Ramp Road,
Cocoa Beach, the theater pro-
duces various plays and musi-
cals, 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-
1125.
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.
* Art Gallery and Studio:
Located at 802 E. New Haven
Ave., Melbourne. Hours are 11
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through
Saturday. Represents 14 artists
in a variety of mediums from
porcelain to wood and photog-
raphy. Call (321) 720-7532.
* 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
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West Melbourne
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contest

The city of West Mel-
bourne recently announced


that it will extend its city
seal/motto contest through
June 1.
Residents of all ages can
submit ideas for a
seal/motto to city clerk
Nancy Ciummo.


The new seal and motto
should represent the spirit,
vitality, growth and future of
the city.
Art does not need to be
camera ready; the city will
use a professional graphic
artist to prepare the propos-
al.
Prize money will be
awarded to two winners:
one for the city seal and one
for the city motto.
For information, call (321)
727-7700, Ext. 112.

Ascension Catholic
adds program

Ascension Catholic School
has just been approved to
be a Voluntary Pre-Kinder-
garten provider starting the
2008-09 school year.
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Brevard locations. To be
eligible, children must
reside in Florida and be 4
years old by Sept. 1.
Registration will be open
from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
June 13 and 27; July 11 and
25; and August 8 and 15.
For more information, call
(321) 254-1595 or visit www.
elcbrevard.org.

Biology student earns
fellowship

Andrea Cross, a Florida
Institute of Technology
senior majoring in marine
biology, has earned a
summer research fellowship
form the American Micro-
scopical Society. The award
will support her work in the
laboratory of Michael
Grace, Florida Tech associ-
ate professor of biological
sciences.
The society made just two
such national awards; the
other was for graduate
summer research. As part of
the award, Ms. Cross and
Professor Grace were
invited to present their
research findings at the next
conference of the American
Microscopical Society.
Ms. Cross also won the
Brooks Award for the best
presentation a the regional
conference ofTri-Beta, a
biological honor society,


and Florida Tech's Dr. Kerry
Bruce Clark Endowed
Scholarship in Marine
Biology. She is the secretary
of the campus chapter of
Tri-Beta and past officer of
the Aquaculture Society and
Best Buddies, a service
organization helping
persons with disabilities.

Zonta club presents
award

Alexandra Glavas was the
winner of the 2008 Young
Women in Pulblic Affairs
Program from The Zonta
Club of Melbourne. She
received $1,500 for her
college education and is
eligible for Zonta district
and internationalYWPA
awards.
The YWPA program
supports young women
committed to the volunteer
sector of the status of
women.
For information, visit
www.zontaspacecoast. org.

Brevard's Alzheimer's
Foundation raises
funds

The Brevard Alzheimer's
Foundation recently hosted
its annual "Walk for
Alzheimer's" in Micco and
Melbourne.
Funds raised are used to


care for residents of Brevard
County who are struggling
to cope with dementia and
other disabilities. They
support Joe's Club in
Titusville, Micco and
Melbourne.
Their biggest supporter,
Judy Brown, raised more
than $1,000 and walked the
route using two canes. Their
smallest walker, 3-year-old
Siera Martens, raised more
than $70.

Newcomers Club
seeks members

The Central Brevard
Newcomers Club invites
new women to join. Inter-
ested women who have
resided in central Brevard
for less than three years are
eligible for membership.
The purpose of the club is
to enable new women in
Central Brevard to meet
people and become
acquainted with activities
offered in the area.
Regular business lunch-
eon meetings are at various
locations the third Thursday
of each month, followed by
a speaker or entertainment.
A bridge game follows the
meetings for those interest-
ed.
For information, call
Doris Berk at (321) 799-9910
or Sue Oliver at (321) 452-
2656.


Dancing
From page B1


football player for the
Kansas City Chiefs.
"The training has been
going great," she said.
"Santo is used to learning
plays, so learning the
routine has been easy. He
has a great sense of rhythm,
too, and can do whatever we
throw at him."
Ms. Sexton said she
participates in Dancing with
Brevard because as a new
mother, she appreciates the
services KLD Youth Founda-
tion provides.
"I think they are doing
some really good things up
there," she said.
Joining the couples on the
dance floor are Leslie Forest
of Melbourne, a health unit
coordinator in the Electronic
Intensive Care Unit for
Health First, who will dance
with Jerry Morrison of Dance
On Space Coast; Loretta
Grella Sorbello of Mel-
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GaryWeidenmoyer of
Melbourne Ballroom; The
Rev. Rick Hartman of Cocoa,
pastor of Advent Lutheran
Church, who will dance with
Ayonna Andrews of Mel-
bourne Ballroom; Brain
Hawkins of Rockledge,
assistant manager of Region's
Bank in Merritt Island, who
will dance with April Peters, a
former U.S. Championship
figure skater; Rachel Hob-
good of Indialantic, co-
owner of The Goods Surf and
Skate, who will dance with
Brad Stein, who has worked
on Fox's "So You Think You
Can Dance" and appeared on
the first season of "Dancing
with the Stars;" Angela St.
Amant of Melbourne, owner
of LoPressionism Gallery of
Fine Art, who will dance with
Jim Bennett, a dance instruc-
tor from Vero Beach; Shan-
non Myer ofWest Mel-
bourne, president of the
Melbourne-Palm Bay Area
Chamber of Commerce, who
will dance with Don Wilson
of Trailor Haven Ballroom;
Lori Scott of Palm Bay, chief
legislative assistant for State
Sen. Mike Haridopolos; Rod
Stewart of Melbourne, co-
owner of Club Performax,
who will dance with Pamela
Bennett; Donna Witek of
Cocoa Beach, fashion
consultant for Etcetera, an
apparel firm, who will dance
with Bob Kane, president of
USA Dance; and MaryWester
of Merritt Island, an agent for
Aflac insurance, who will
dance with Barry Johnson,
an instructor with Mel-
bourne Ballroom.
Dancing with Brevard is
scheduled for June 7 at 7
p.mn. at the Florida Institute
of Technology's Clemente
Center, 150 West University
Blvd., Melbourne.
Tickets are available for
$30, and tables are also
available for special pricing
and will include dinner by
Carabba's Italian Grill.
For information or to
obtain tickets, contact
Lindsey Deaton at (321) 454-
7333.
For information, visit
www.dancingwithbrevard.or
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Contact enetKrol at (321)
751-5958 or krol@home-
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'Paper Paintings'
opens June 6
Fifth Avenue Art Gallery,
located at 1470 Highland
Ave., presents "Paper
Paintings, Works in Col-
lage," featuring the collage
paintings of artist Elizabeth
St. Hilaire Nelson, who won
last year's 100 Percent Pure
exhibition at Fifth Avenue
Art Gallery.
The gallery will host an
opening reception from
5:30-8 p.m. June 6. Admis-
sion is free. The show runs
June 1-29.
For information, call
(321) 259-8261 or visit
www.fifthavenueartgallery.c
om.
Brevard Art Museum
combines fine art,
jazz
The Right Bros Band will
perform at the Brevard Art
Museum's Jazz Friday,
scheduled from 5:30-7:30
p.m. June 6 in the galleries.
Jazz Friday is free for


museum members and $10
for nonmembers. Jazz
Friday, scheduled the first
Friday of every month, is
sponsored in part byWFIT
and AT&T Real Yellow Pages,
and includes raffle and door
prizes.
Brevard Art Museum is
located at 1463 Highland
Ave., Melbourne, in the Eau
Gallie riverfront district.
For information, call
(321) 242-0737.
Brevard Symphony
Youth Orchestra to
host auditions
Brevard SymphonyYouth
Orchestra will host audi-
tions for the 2008-09
performing season from 5-9
p.m. Friday, May 30, and
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday, May 31.
To obtain an application
and audition requirements,
or to schedule an audition,
call (321)254-9583, e-mail
admin@bsyo.org or visit
www.bsyo.org.
There is a $15 application
fee. All ages and experience


levels are welcome.
Surfside Players
announces 'Exile'

Surfside Players recently
announced the winner of its
eighth annual Playwright
Competition.
Playwright Lindsey
Ferrentino, a student at
New York University, was
selected for her original
play, titled "Exile."
This comical, existential
play shows exiled historical
figures and a nun who meet
in front of a wall to contem-
plate how and why then
need to get over it, confus-
ing themselves into won-
dering whether or not they
have already done so.
Characters include
Napoleon, a nun, Trotsky,
Bertolt Brecht, Lenin and
Einstein.
Show dates are Friday,
Saturday and Sunday, June
6-8. Tickets are $10.
For information, call
(321) 783-3127 or visit
www.surfsideplayers.com.


The Hype
From page BI9


N' Bone British Pub, 9 Stone
St., Cocoa Village. Call (321)
720-4887.
* Acoustic: Billy Chap-
man will perform at 6:30
p.m. Friday, May 30, at
Doubles Beachside, 1894 S.
Patrick.Drive, Indian
Harbour Beach. Call (321)
773-5341.
* Jazz: Sybil Gage will
perform at 7 p.m. Friday,
May 30, at Galaxy Grille, 147
Fifth Ave., Indialantic. Call
(321) 728-5888.
* Blues: Absolute Blue
will perform at 9:30 p.m.
Friday, May 30, at Lou's
Blues, 3191 N. A1A, Indi-
alantic. Call (321) 779-2299.
* Rock: Hammerlock,
Super Swamper and Among
the Decay'will'perform at 7
p.m. Friday, May 30, at
Metro Entertainment
Complex, 3020W. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne. Call
(321) 727-7819.
* 1980s rock: Arkaydia
will perform at 9 p.m.
Friday, May 30, at Malabar
Mo's, 2805 Malabar Road,
Malabar. Call (321) 725-


8374.
* Blues: The Josh Miller
Trio will perform at 9 p.m.
Friday, May 30, at Rum
Runners Tavern, 695 N.
Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach.
Call (321) 868-2020.
* 1980s rock: Stiletto will
perform at 9 p.m. Saturday,
May 31, at the Dog N' Bone
British Pub, 9 Stone St.,
Cocoa Village. Call (321)
636-2828.
* Blues: The Jack Starr
Band will perform at 9:30
p.m. Saturday, May 31, at
Sebastian Beach Inn, 7035
S. A1A, Melbourne Beach.
Call (321) 728-4311.


* Rock: XOVERSA and
Tragic Soul will perform at 7
p.m. Saturday, May 31, at
Metro Entertainment
Complex, 3020 W. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne. Call
(321) 727-7819.
* Rock: The Snake Eyes
Band will perform at 2 pm.
Sunday, June 1, at Coyote's
Bar & Grill, 1070 E. Eau
Gallie Blvd., Indian Har-
bour Beach. Call (321) 610-
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FRIDAY, MAY 30-
JUNE 1
* Fire benefit sale: Friday
and Saturday from 10 a.m.
to 7 p.m. and Sunday from
noon to 4 p.m. at Pay it For-
ward Thrift Shoppe &
Donation Center, 261 Thor
Ave., Unit A, Palm Bay. It
will continue every week-
end throughout June. Cus-
tomers can name their own
price on selected items.
Firestorm victims can
come to the shop during
regular business hours in
June and pick up free cloth-
ing, shoes, games, toys,
books and more. Sign up to
receive a grant in the form
of a pre-paid Visa and Mas-
ter cards. For information,
v i s i t
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SATURDAY, MAY 31
* Belly dance workshop:
Join professional belly
dancer Lisa Nary from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m. at the city of


Cape Canaveral Parks and
Recreational Department
7300 North Atlantic Ave. All
ages welcome. Cost is $25
and snacks are included.
For reservations, call (321)
868-1226.
* Garage sale: The San-
drift Community Center
will have a garage sale from
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 585
North Singleton Ave.
Admission is free. For
information, call (321) 264-
5037.
* Book signing: NASA
physicist Carlos Calles will
sign copies of his book
"Coffee with Einstein" and
"Einstein for Dummies"
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
Barnes & Noble, 780 East
Merritt Island Causeway.
For information, call (321)
453-8202.
* Friends and family
swim day: The Central Bre-
vard Swimming (CBS-
Islanders) is hosting a
friends and family swim
event in conjunction with
U.S.A. Swimming at 9:30
a.m.-11 a.m. at Merritt
Island High School pool,
100 Mustang Way. Partici-


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Great American Boat Sale! June 6-8


Boats can be seen locally at Intercostal Marina


COCOA, FL - - When the going gets tough,
the tough go boating. That's what we here at
MarineMax believe. In these stressful economic
times, one simple fact remains, boating is and
always will be the best way to escape stress and
spend quality time with your family. Now. more
than ever, is the best time to get on the water.
Unprecedented Economic Times
Mean Unprecedented Deals
At MarineMax
MarineMax is the largest and strongest
boating retailer in the world, and we stocked up
o.et,.% % i sh new boats last fall and winter to get
ready ',r iithe big push this spring.., but let'sbe
frank, this economic downturn surprised
everyone, including us, in its severity. So... we
have great boats in stock. All kinds of boats. In
fact, too many boats. Our overstocked inventory
is now your gain. This economic climate forces
us to offer unbelievable deals on new Sea Rays
and our other brands.
Willie Wehrman, General Manager for
MarineMax Brevard explains,"We're overstocked.
But it's such a great time to go boating. The
weather is great. The kids are out of school. And
what a bonding experience, no cell phones and no
distractions - unless sunsets count. We need to
find a way to get more families out on the water
to enjoy each other and get away from their
everyday worries.
"I knew if we held a nationwide sale that
would help, and if we offered to sell our new and
used Sea Ray, Laguna, and Meridian boats at
amazing prices, that would probably do the
trick. So, that's exactly what we're going to do,
Friday, June 6 and running all weekend.
"Sure,"Wehrman said, "selling new and used
boats at these prices at this time of year is
unusual. But this isTHE time to go boating.This


is your chance to get
Sea Rays and other
brands at low prices
and still have the
whole summer to
enjoy them. We knew
it would take great
deals to move these
boats now, and we've
got them available at
this sale."
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Get a Sea Ray 175 Sport for as foi as /'s" p-, ," m, month


* Up to an S800
Bass Pro Shops gift card with purchase of select
models'
* Incredible factory-authorized incentives
* Sea Ray Owners Club members: stop by for
Owners Club bonus points
* Our Premium Certified Pre-Owned boats will
now be available
"Even though these prices are low, no
short cuts will be taken on what we're famous
for- the MarineMax experience!"Andy Collura,
Business Manager for MarineMax Brevard
explained. "At MarineMax, there are no hidden
charges. Even freight and prep are included.
Our All-inclusive Value Pricing also means that
you will get what is needed to get on the water,
like a Go Boating Gear Kit which includes
everything to start boating from day one- even
a full tank of fuel!"
Collura continued, "All customers receive a
professional Captain's Delivery and orientation


to feel confident and comfortable operating
their boat, whether they are first-time boaters
or moving up to a larger boat."Only MarineMax
creates exclusive events like MarineMax
(. r..,: )-.'" (exclusive trips organized by
MarineMax so you can experience the boating
lifestyle with other owners) and classes for the
whole family. It all adds up to a total experience
you can't find anywhere else.
Sales managers have been instructed to move
all new and used boats, according to Wehrman.
"I've never seen so much quality inventory.
Financing and insurance are available on the
spot on approved credit... we'll make it quick
and easy for anyone who's in the market for a
good boat to get one at this sale."
The Great American Boat Sale will be held
this weekend at Intercostal Marina on US1
in Melbourne between the causeways across
from Melbourne Chevrolet. Call (321) 636-3142
for more details.


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pants are required to pass a
swim test (25 yards, any
stroke, unassisted). A par-
ent or legal guardian must
sign an authorization form.
There will be swim team
demonstrations and relay
activities with prizes.
Coaches, swim team mem-
bers and parents will. be
available to answer ques-
tions. This is a no-cost, no-
obligation swim clinic. For
information, visit www.cbs-
islanders.com
* Concert: Folk and
cabaret singer Megon
McDonough, one of the
original Four Bitchin'
Babes, will be from 6-9 p.m.
at The Village Gathering, 6
Rosa L. Jones Blvd., Cocoa.
Tickets are $20 in advance;
$25 at the door. For infor-


mation, call (321) 617-9005
SUNDAY, JUNE 1
* Spiritual program: Folk
and cabaret singer Megon
McDonough, will present
"Amazing Things," from, 6-
7:30 p.m. at The Village
Gathering, 6 Rosa L. Jones
Blvd, Cocoa. For informa-
tion, call (321) 617-9005.
* Auction: All Out Auc-
tions will have an auction
at 4 p.m. at 5015 S. Babcock
St., Palm Bay. Accepting
donations of household
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bags to distribute items.
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shop during regular busi-
ness hours. These funds
will be distributed to the
fire victims. All donations
are tax deductible.


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Virgin. (never known to Virgin. (never known to
fail) Oh, most beautiful fail) Oh, most beautiful
flower of Mt. Carmel, flower of Mt. Carmel,
fruitful vine, splendor of fruitful vine, splendor of
Heaven, blessed Mother Heaven, blessed Mother
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maculate Virgin, assist maculate Virgin, assist
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star of the sea, help me star of the sea, help me
and show me here you and show me here you
are my mother, Oh Holy are my mother, Oh Holy
Mary. Mother of God , Mary. Mother of God,
Queen of Heaven and Queen of Heaven and
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power Oh Mary, con- none that can withstand
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for us who have recourse conceived without sin,
to thee (three times). pray for us who have re-
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AXLE- for small trailer,
w/tires & 3 leaf springs,
spring center points are
40", $60, 321-837-1328
BAR STOOLS- (2), 30",
white seats iron/ white,
$30 each, 321-253-0240
BASSINET- New, $65,
Crib $50, Stroller/Carrier
Combo, $50, Walker,
$25, 321-591-3406
BED FRAME, Twin- w/
box spring & mattress,
wooden head/footboard,
$35, 321-676-5882
BED SET- Twin, mat-
tress, box spring, frame &
headboard, excellent
cond. $75, 321-953-5358
BED TODDLER Little
Tikes blue racecar bed
gd cond w/base no mat-
tress $60 321-259-9592
BED TRUNDLE com-
plete w/ mattresses &
new sheets $175
321-951-1451 Palm Bay
BED, Roll-Away- single
w/mattress, folds up, like
new, $40, 321-254-6025
BEDROOM SET- 3pc,
blk, all wood, 1 dresser, 2
night tables, nice, $125,
772-388-0012 IR
BENCH, WORK- wooden
$45, TV stand, $100,
boys bike 26", $15,
321-676-6572 SoBrev
BIKE RACK- mounts,
holds 4 bikes on back of
car, w/ 2 lock bars, black,
$80, 321-514-6036
BIKE, TRAILER- Childs,
half wheeler, $45,
321-794-9610 SoBrev
BLOWER HANDHELD
sears W/ vacuum attach-
ment excellent condition
$35, 321-777-6208
BOAT, 15', tri hull fiber-
glass fishing or skiing, no
motor/trailer, needs work,
$49. 321-288-2924
BOOTS, Harley David-
son, black, size 3 kids,
never worn, $25,
321-960-2463 SoBrev
BRASS LAMPS, pair,
$15;Electrician tool case,
$15; Hedge trimmer, $20,
call 321-254-3217, S. Br.
CANOPY, , DELUXE,
10x20, complete w/ en-
closure, new in box,
$175, call 321-433-0390,


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CEILING TILE- 2x2, drop
in, 5 full boxes, new,
white, commercial quali-
ty, $80, 321-431-2929
CHAIR, Massage/ Heat-
Lounge, like new, $100,
321-768-1714 SoBrev
CHAIRS - (6) wooden,
not matching,. good work-
ing chairs. All for $24 or
$5 each 772-567-3416 IR
CHANDELIER LAMP,
hangs, Tiffany style, pea-
cock $100, wood D/R
table $50 321-750-2707
CHANDELIER- White,
Like New, $75,
321-631-7334 SoBrev
COMPUTER, Dell- w/ 17"
monitor, Pentium 4, DVD/
CDRom, 40GB harddrive,
$195, 321-956-0020
COMPUTER- COMPAQ
Presario, Mv540, monitor
& keypad, $200, call
321-727-0427, So. Brev.
COUCH- Fancy High
end, brown, must see,
$199, 321-773-5180
CRIB, Childcraft- solid
maple, sleigh style, $175,
321-757-9138 SoBrev
DEPTH FINDER, Furuno
LS- 6100, $75, call
321-223-8004, So. Brev.
DESK- wood, 5 drawers,
well made. $150. Wood
Captain's Chair $50.
321-723-2468 SoBrev
DINETTE SET- 42"
round white formica table
& 4 wicker back chairs,
$90, 321-452-8452
DINING TABLE w/ 4
chairs & 2 matching
bucket chairs, $200 all,
call 321-676-4593, S. Br.
DINING TABLE- butcher
block, w/ leaf & 4 chairs,
$125, call 321-728-3883.
DISHES- 4 sets, $20
each, Glasses 4 sets of
6, $7 each, 772-664-0090
DISHWASHER- whirl-
pool, wall oven & Jenn
Aire cooktop $50 each
obo, 321-773-3218
DORY- 16' wide beam,
marine plywood, 2HP,
Johnson, both need re-
pair, $50, 321-777-0495
DRAPES, VAL & dust
ruffle, yellow, hooks,
rods, sm pillows $25.
321-676-7048 S Brv
DRESSER - Pine chest 5
drawers, 41" Hi, 23" WD
Like new. $45 Call
321-757-0554 SoBrev
DRESSER SET- 3 piece,
painted brown, $75 all,
call 321-409-2992. S. Br.
DRESSERS- (2), solid
wood $40ea, 5pc bed-
room set, wht wicker full
/twin $40, 734-260-5078
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DRIVER SQUARE head
graphite shaft $75
321-951-0746 Melbourne
DRYER, GE- white, 2 yrs
old, great cond, $150, (2)
Directv Receivers, b k,
$25ea, 772-563-0300 IR
DVD HOME Theater Sys-
tem, LG, brand new in
box,Model#LHT754,$150
obo. 321-914-3057
EXERCISE Equipment-
Bike, large triple action, &
Tunturi Tri Stepper, $45
each, 321-777-5080
EXHAUST PIPES- Ka-
wasaki Vulcan. Under
100 miles new. $150.
321-507-4795 SoBrev
EXTERIOR DOOR- 36"
pre-hung, fanlite, Medina
brass, $185 obo, call
321-777-0943, So. Brev.
FILE CABINET- egal
size, like new, Cost $119
will sell for $75 obo, call
321-773-4691, So. Brev.
FILTER, Pool- horizontal
spin, Sta-Rite, w/extras,
$40, DE filter powder,
$10, 321-917-4542
FISH TANK- Glass, 55
gallon, w/ Ehim filter &
accessories, $199obo,
321-258-6171 SoBrev
FRENCH DOORS (3)
wood $40/ea. 321-
723-0566 (S. Brevard)
FUTON, Golf clubs, van
seat, typewriter, encyclo-
pedia set, $40ea obo,
321-956-1493, SoBrev
GIRLS BIKE, Ron Jon,
24", $35; Boys bike 20",
$15; Girls bike, 20", $15
call 321-773-5241, S. Br.
GLASS FOR table top,
42"x72", beveled edge,
like new, $90, call
321-591-9854, So. Brev.
GO CART, 5 hp, air tires,
metal frame, $150. Call
321-403-2591 S. Brevard



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AFRICAN GREY breeder
pair 8 years old. Female
s Red Factor. Proven
Pair. $1750 for both.
321-253-2069
BLUE PIT Bull pups,
beautiful, loving parents,
6 males, 5 females, 6
weeks old, shots. Call for
more info. 321-749-0034
BRITTANY PUPPIES 12
weeks old 1 male 1
female crate trained.
$350-$400 863-529-7801
CHIHUAHUA, Male.
10mo. old. Nutered, chip-
ped, all shots, friendly, gd
w/klds & other animals.
$300. 321-422-4743


GOLF CLUBS- (10),
burner irons, 3 - 9 &
pw/sw/ Iw, graphite, $165
all, call 321-205-6368.
GOLF CLUBS- Wilson
Fat Shaffts, 3 iron thru
pw. like new. $160
321-259-2785 SoBrev
GOLF SET- Executive
$25, Glass Chess Set
$25, 321-633-7547
GUITAR, STEEL- lap top
or .legs, includes 15w
amp & case, new, $185,
321-259-5449 SoBrev
HEAD BOARD- wood,
off white, 80x53, $25, call
321-728-9173, So. Brev.
HEADBOARD,(2) match-
ing tables, king size, teak
wood, exc. cond., $100/
all. 321-773-6032 S.Brev.
HONDA ATC 70 1983
model. running & in good
condition $200 obo
321-725-7015 Indialantic
JACKET Ig leather hand
crafted ladies motorcycle,
L.A. Roxx Hollywood
$195. 321-557-5063
LADDER INDUSTRIAL
alum, 8-6' like new $120,
321-773-8751,Indian Har-
bor beach
LAWNMOWER, PUSH-
Rear bagger, $60, Briggs
& Stratton motor, 2HP,
$50, 321-253-2629
LIFE VESTS 2 Stearns L
type 3, (L) $5 ea; 9 gal
Exxon tcw 30 B oil, $7ea
call 321-725-7848, S. Br.
LOVESEAT- FORMAL,
high back, tan, beige, &
wine, new, $185, call
321-253-9724, So. Brev.
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COLLIES, STANDARD,
5 mo. old male & female,
short hair, very sweet,
with papers, $350/obo.
321-403-2591
COTON DE TULEARS
Pups. Rare beauties,
lovable companions, top
quality. $1800, all shots.
Info & pics. 352-686-2671
see photos online at
www.HometownNewsOL.
corn ad # 5965
MINI Schnauzer pups 2
males,1 female,salt/ pep-
per w/wht markings,ready
5/21, Apri reg., $500/ea.
321-652-6683 Lv. mess.
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MULTI-STATE Appraisal
Company is seeking li-
censed real estate ap-
praisers, Strong report
writing & excellent work
ethic. Employee positions
available w/ benefits.
Please fax resume to:
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largest owner and operator of funeral
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MATTRESS with Box-
spring- sealy posturpedic
adams farm w/headboard
$200, 321-254-9628
MICROWAVE- 6' Alumi-
num ladder, Sears re-
cord, am/fm, 8 track play-
er, $25ea, 321-327-5245
MIRROR, Wall- 45"x50",
antique, gold look frame,
$40, Extra Large Cage,
$25, 321-777-9310
MONITOR, Computer-
17", Planar flat screen,
$50, Large picture frames
$25, 321-723-5178
MUSTANG TIRES &
Rims- 16", great condi-
tion, $200, 321-327-3577
NUTRITIONAL Supple-
ments- Metabolic Re-
search Weightloss ctr, 10
bxs, $9ea, 321-768-6201
PAPASAN CUSHION &
matching footstool cush-
ion, A1, red/green/orange
plaid, $30. 321-674-9763
PATIO UMBRELLA-
Cantilevered, with stand,
new out of box, tan,
$150, 321-752-4753
PELICAN LAMP base 2
Ig pelicans 36" white
shade $25 321-452-2183
Merritt Island
PET CARRIER- 26x20x
20 $30, Grooming kit
$20, 321-253-1823
PICTURES, TROPICAL-
(2), $5 each, Womens
clothing, size 18w, 10pcs,
$2ea, 321-726-6349
POKEMON CARDS- 200
in sleeves, great cond.
$60. 321-446-4289













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1st shots, health cert, Vet
checked. $600. Various
colors. 772-871-5510
SIAMESE KITTENS 9
weeks old. Female,
health certificate. $250
firm 772-589-5194
SIAMESE KITTENS Seal
Point M/F Health cert
shots. Raised "underfoot"
in a loving home $250
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for home, Sta-Rite shal-
low & H2Pro well tank,
$150, 321-243-9768
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cleaning), GE, like new,
bisque, electric $200
321-779-8582 SoBrev
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que, $100, Extension lad-
der, $39, Paper shredder,
$10, 321-723-2716
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man or 8" Bench Drill
Press, extra blades, $50
each. 321-544-5612


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tage $55, teak server
$35, legal bookcase $25
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SCREEN DOOR- Excel-
lent condition, Strong
white metal frame, $40,
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extra large, etc. $75
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ings, $200, 321-951-7738
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queen Sterns & Foster,
neutral color,used once.
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259-2233 (S. Brev.)
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ite, with 4 chairs, green
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light finish, glass tops,
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1-877-983-6600 ed garage $224,900 Paul yr fixed rate mortgage. Survey. Only $14,900.
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$139,900 386-615-1859 sq ft w/ screen pool. to own. 321-480-1336 hardwoods, pasture. Low In
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Woods gated golf comm er. New Beginningz Real home with terrazzo tile 270-703-7234 w
2-bd/2-ba/2-cg 1750 sqft. Estate Group. 24 hr info firs on lush oversized lot.- WE
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suits, 2 screen balconies IRS-_E Rent to own t325,000. He
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772-464-3394 sqft in Leisure Living VERO LAKE ESTATES: COCOA, Cedar Lakes, ca
Park, you own land Brand new 3/2/2. Close 3/2, cent. air/heat, hard- A
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1200 Colonnades Dr. 1/1, Banyan Road 1 block to purchase. 772-595-5261 apple's stay, screen porch D,
All Amenities & Boat beach $550K or lease with attached shed, TI
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eled. Owner financing. coa Beach Income Prop- solid block, 2/3 scenic ac.
$79,000 828-226-2566 erty 3R Duplex 407 2894 total sf of quality up- a
INDIALANTIC/Melbourn Sunrise $199,000 dated living, serene, con- to
e Beach, 1/1.5 Palm Col- 321-544-7424 below appraised value at i$
ony Club, pool, tennis, MELBOURNE BEACH $215,000.321-953-3470 V
across from ocean, new 5br/3.5ba, 5th BR w/sep. Lamplighter Village: si
A/C, balcony. Low tax & entry. Recent upgrades. l| i l2/2, very nice $14,000 fu
maintenance $119,900 Amazing pool. Reduced Property Showcase p
Robbie 954-260-4092 $419K. 321-779-3800 Is- , 407-453-8412 $
MELBOURNE Sale or lands International Realty "_ . Sales people needed! se
rent. By owner 2/2 condo MELBOURNE BEACH LISTING MELBOURNE, 12'X56',
comply renovated like new Deeded beach access EDGEWATER DUPLEX 2BR/1.75BA, electric air,
moReduced $79,500! $795/ water &across the street! By Let it pay for itself! Nice heat, W/D hook-up, shed,
mo incls cable, water & Owner 2/2, 126 Harmony Let it pay for itself! Nice
pest. Chris 321-223-7465 Owner 2/2, 126 Harmony 2BR/2BA each unit. Nev- 2 patios, new fridge, 2
SEBASTIAN LAKES Engla. (1st streetnd S.ofNEatery) er vacant. Positive cash $13,900.321-723-2892 $
Gated community 2/2, $229,000. 321-952-709y) flow. Current income MELBOURNE, 2BR, sin- cc
2nd floor, screened porch 229000321-952-7092 $1,300/mo. Close to ev- glewide, A/C, shed, scm gi
clubhouse d po rchl & MELBOURNE, Fountain- erything. Owner financing porch, freshly painted, all st
nis, $119,900. head waterfront, com- w/ significant downpay- apple pkge, Tan Tara 9(
772-589-8708 pletely renov3/2/2.5. New ment. Let one half pay for Family Park - low rent. vi
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do, 2 BR/2.5 BA in 12 NORTH MIMS, Large log ORMOND BEACH wood St., Arrowood Park. $,
unit complex, 1205 sf, cabin, 5 acre lot, 3 bed- $5000 gets you in! Two 2/2 dblwide, Ig. rooms & bo
carport, W/D, pets okay, room/ 2 bath, w/fish units for the price of one. den,walk-in closets, scrn m
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lease. Sate $122K; Lease great rm 386-562-0091
e $1225K Le photo ad #53800 www. STUART- Fully rented I
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NC LAND: 60ac family
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NC MOUNTAINS
2.2ac cabin shell $99,900
4.2acs grt view. $69,900.
lac. mature woods
$29,900.
Acreage w/the best views
ever! Free Brochure. Ex-
cellent Financing. -
Call 1-828-652-8700
NC MTN 03 Clayton MH
2Bdrm/2Bath, fireplace.
Age 55+ Near Asheville.
Lot rent $250 month.
Offered at $65K. Furn.
Agent 828-646-1651




NC Smoky Mountains.
Bryson City. Ideal Summ-
er, Retirement. 2-4Acres.
Spectacular views. High
Altitude. Paved Road.
Gated. Easily Accessible.
Fishing paradise. Owner
Financing. From $65,000.
Call Owner
1-800-810-1590
www.wildcatknob.com
NewYork
UPSTATE NY ORGANIC
FARMI - 10ac - $79,900
Riverfront, stream, lush
meadows, views, minutes
to Cooperstown, NY! No
closing costs 'til 6/15!
Terms available! Won't
last! 888-925-9270
www.newyorklandandlak
es.com
North Carolina - Alarka
Highlands Grand Open-
ing. Estate sized lots with
360 degrees with 40 mile
views at 4500' elevation
near Bryson City. Call
1-877-504-0005
www.alarkahlghlands.com
NORTH CAROLINA
'MOUNTAINS
Easy to finish new log
cabin shell on 1.7 acres,
$89,900. 2-5 acre water-
front homesites from
-$99,900. Easy access
mountain homesites
$29,900-$89,900.
828-247-9966
NORTH FLORIDA LAND
1,955acs in Jefferson Co.
Timberland, mixed w/
hardwood bottoms & cut-
over, great hunting. rd.
frontage, $2100/acre.
Southern Pine Planta-
tions 352-867-8018 .
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MARION MUSIC
Pianos, Pianos, ETC.
Gibson, Martin Guitars &
more! Stack Plaza. We
buy. Call 321-727-3000
OLD GUITARS Wanted!
Fender, Gibson, Gretsch,
Martin. 1930s-1960s. Top
cash paid. 800-401-0440
ORGAN LESSONS
ENROLLING NOW!
New semester starts
soon!
NEW & USED ORGANS
Lowrey & many others for
sale. Please call or visit
Fletcher Music Centers
Melbourne Square Mall
321-725-0784



GOLF CLUBS, left hand,
Cobra,Sr. Flex clubs, 3 to
sand wedge, driver, golf
bag, good cond. Mdke
offers. 321-951-3731
SPA: Like new Thermo
Spa, seats four, copper
wiring included. Many
extras. $2,000
321-724-6227

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PERRY FLORIDA Lovely
4BR/2:5Ba, 2400 square
foot home on approx. 2
acres - a small rural town
approx. 50mi SE of Talla-
hassee. Beautiful pool &
patio area w/tall privacy
fence, Gazebo with hot
tub. Reduced - $239,000.
Call 1-386-658-3378 or
cell 1-386-208-2589
POLK COUNTY Florida.
5 Acre Deed Restricted
Homesites,. $95,000.
Owner financing avail.
$5,000/down,$525/month
Quality Realty & Invest-
ments 1-863-533-0888

REDUCED
PORT CHARLOTTE, FL
1 yr old gorgeous home.
South Golf Cove. Golf
access. Screened, spa.
3br/2.5ba/2cg. 2571 sq ft.
Was $646,000 1 yr ago.
Asking $350,000. Call
797-4..2-1 66S
REAL ESTATE
AUCTION
10am, Saturday 6/14/08.
Old FFA Camp, 65ac+/-,
River frontage
w/sandbars, brick lodge,
caretaker home. 6043
FFA Rd., Blackshear,
Ga. (10%BP-GAL#254)
1-800-962-5715
hansfordrealauction.com
RUTHERFORDTON, NC
8.5ac w/clean 3/2mh,
new apple, deck, work-
shop. Near Lake Lure.
Beautiful mtn views.
$150,000 336-656-7118
SOUTH CAROLINA -
Aiken. 10 acres, eques-
trian farm, paved road
board fencing, $2,500
down payment, owner
will finance balance, oth-
er tracts 5 to 50 acres
Owner 803-640-3497
TAMPA
GREAT OPPORTUNITY
to buy 3,200 sq. ft home
near Tampa. Appraisal at
$370k. Owner must sell.
Call Mary Crossfield
agent 1-813-699-1376,
Hurry, won't last.
TENNESSEE America's
#1 Real Estate Market.
lac.-6ac. Homesites,
from $19,900.
Owner financing
$127/month. Complete
Home& Land packages,
purchase before 6/15/08
builder pays first 6 pay-
ments! 1-888-811-2168
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KINGS GRANT COCOA HOME
PRICED TO SELL. BANK Great 3BD/2BA Starter Home or
SHORT SALE PROPERTY Investment Property in nice quiet
MUST BE SOLD. 3BD/ neighborhood. RENOVATED
2BA HOME, BRING INSIDE & OUTI Lrg BDs, Galley
ALL OFFERS! $129,900 Kitchen w/Newer Refrigerator &
�67,000 C84,000 New Wall Oven never used. Large
Fenced Backyard w/enclosed
garage, large enclosed screened
porch & lots of storage space on
corner lot. REDUCED $99,000
�50,000 63,000 "30






TERRIFIC BUY SATELLITE BEACH
3BD/2BA Totally remodeled Walk to the beach in this 2 BD,
home close to everything. 2 1/2 bath townhouse. Each
New tile floors stainless bedroom has its own bath. Eat-in
steel appliances, granite kitchen, Media room/Den off
countertops in the kitchen living room. Totally modern. 1 car
and master bath. $189,900 garage, RIN boat space.
�97,000 6123,000 $215,000 �109,000 E137,000
www.CoastlineCompanyOnline.com
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Satellite Beach, FL 32937
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ic Adventist Church.
Sunday 6/1/08, 8:30am-
2:00pm. Spanish food,
car wash, hair stylist and
garage sale. Donations
Accepted. (3950 Dairy
Rd. Melbourne.)
GRANT: Genuine Estate
Sale of Barbara Roman-
zo @ 5560 Brabrook Ave
on Fri, 5/30 & Sat 5/31,
10am to 4 pm. Antiques,
Art, Appliances, Furni-
ture, Glass, Pottery, Blue
Onion, Collectables,
Toys, Tools, Large Floor
Tools, Truck Topper &
More. Bring a truck. It all
has to go.
MELBOURNE Estate
Sale Fri/Sat May 30 & 31
7am Heywood Wakefield
"Rio" bdrm set, vintage
modern furn, decor &
appliances. Early birds
welcome. 723 Cronin (Off
Sarno W of Croton)
PALM BAY
Sat & Sun, 8am - 3 pm
1128 Ver Circle
(E on Port Malabar, left
on Daytona, left on Hul-
da, right on Kousouth, left
on Ver Cir) Shop tools,
furn, dog grooming equip.


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2609 Fenton Court
If you want a piece of privacy and your own
Park on .50 acre, Plus a 5 BR home with both
the master suite as well as a 2nd BR and Bath
downstairs, you have it here! Close to FIT,
Downtown Melbourne, shopping, the beach
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ST. PAULS AREA in the
Beautiful Carolinas.
2.5 acres. Ready to go
site w/well & . septic.
$19,900. Owner Financ-
ing. 803-505-2161
TENNESSEE
FOOTHILLS
6 acres cleared/ fenced.
3 stall barn/tack room/2
ponds. 3/2 furn. MF home
on perm. foundation lo-
cated halfway between
Chattanooga & Knoxville.
$149,000 772-567-9398
TENNESSEE Smoky
Mtn Retreat, Situated on
5acs, 3/2+ofc/den vaulted
ceilings, FP, gated entry.
Excellent view. $289,000.
Call owner 321-403-3000
www.HometownNewsOL.com


TENNESSEE Crossville
lake lots $14,900 & up.
1-br/1-ba cabin RV base
1.2 acres and carport
$44,900 Call Nickie at
Realty 1 Group
nheidle@multipro.com
Direct 931-248-3900
931-707-8787 or
888-992-8787
TENNESSEE
MOUNTAIN & RIVER
*5 acre tracts starting
$49,000. *135acs.
w/mountain views. Great
homesites, hunting/rec-
reational, $279,000.
*310acs. Beautiful moun-
tain property. Gorgeous
700' of river. $2700/acre.
1-888-836-8439
Classified 866-894-0442


TENNESSEE LAND:
100'S of acres+/-. 86ac
Horse Ranch, Kenans-
ville FL. Rita, Hillside
Realty 866-915-0535
HillsideRealtyTennesee.com

TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN Acreage 2 acre
beautiful homesite, mil-
lion $ view! Secluded,
utilities, overlooking Ten-
nessee River. Close to
Marina, Schools, Shop-
ping! $49,900 low down,
Owner Financing!
1-330-699-1585
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN ACREAGE Breath-
taking Views. Streams,
Cabins Owner Financing
Call 1-888-939-2968


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MELBOURNE home to
share, furn., house privi-
leges, quiet & serene, no
smoking, $125/week,
share util's., close to ev-
erything! 321-956-1305
PALM BAY SE, house-
mate wanted, male/fe-
male, priv. BA, cable,
house privil's, W/D, $450
mo. incl's all. Employed &
Ref's req'd.321-698-3736
SATELLITE BEACH
roommate wanted, house
privileges, no pets, 24/7
each access, olympic
size pool, gym, $460/mo.
incl's util's. 321-917-8079



BEACHSIDE - 2BR/
2.5BA Condo in very nice
comm w/pool. 1 block to
6cean. Avail 6/3. $1050/
mo. 1st+Security. Call Ed
(rltr) 321-632-3030 .
COCOA BEACH- Large.
condo, 2/2, fam rm, LR,
DR, Scrd porch, w/d. 1st
floor, corner unit
overlooking pool & deep
water canal, deeded boat
dock. 1 car ovrsizd gar.
No pets. Would consider
Lease Opt. $1,350/mo.
321-242-9623
Call Classified
866-894-0442


EAU GALLIE: Super,
clean 2br/1 ba w/cp,
Close to school & shop-
ping. Yard maintenance
included. W/D. No Pets.
$650/mo 321-254-1619
INDIALANTIC - Beach
Club 1/1, clubhouse, fit-
ness rm, pool, W/D, new
SS appl's., granite coun-
ters, avail, now! Call 561-
350-7134; 954-560-3245
MELBOURNE - 1BR &
2BR. 1BR starting at
$600/mo. 2BRs .starting
at $700/mo. Government/
Military Discounts. Call
321-890-3186
MELBOURNE 1/1 Nice
duplex, new paint, quiet
st., Wickham/Aurora area
$575/incls. W/D, water,
trash, pest. 321-693-2784
www.Your-Castle.biz
MELBOURNE 2/2, View
of lake! Across from golf
course,w/d incl, attractive
paint, $775/mo. Re/Max
Service Team, - Nicole
Grammer 321-863-0876
MELBOURNE APTS.
Close to Holmes Region-
al Nice loc/ area 1BR
$550, 2BR $700. 1 month
free rent 407-929-0284
or 321-704-7188
NEED TO HIRE?
CALL CLASSIFIED
866-894-0442


MELBOURNE BEACH
1BR partially furn. ground
floor & garage. water &
cable $800/mo Pool &
laundry across from
Ocean 321-480-8361
MELBOURNE BEACH,
2/2.5, totally remodeled,
beside the ocean,
$1,000/mo or for sale.
Will consider pet
321-749-4900
MELBOURNE BEACH,
luxury apt., ocean view w/
access, brand new, W/D,
balcony, pool, garage,
everything included, $975
month. 321-693-0410
MELBOURNE By owner
2/2 condo, comply. reno-
vated like new $795/mo.
rent incls cable, water &
pest control. Call Chris
321-223-7465
MELBOURNE, Historic
near downtown, 1BR, fur-
nished, widescreen, ex-
ecutive condo. Exquisite
view of Harbour. Dock
Avail $750 321-749-4900
MELBOURNE-BIrd
watcher's paradise! Eau
Gallie, priv.entrance/bath,
2 Ig. closets, living rm,
shady patio on beautiful
lake, $750 incl's water,
elec, cable 321-242-6443
Call Classified
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BUICK CONVERTIBLE
83' Riviera. Great shape.
White, Wine Top. A/C
plus extras. $6900
772-299-0066/532-5722
CHARGER DAYTONA
'77. Automatic, runs &
drives, needs restoring.
$950. 321-557-2527
CHEVROLET '34 P/U,
street rod, 350CI, 4
speed, hydraulic dump.
Al condition, very relia-
ble, $26,000obo
772-286-4738
CHRYSLER 5TH Ave
1987 Perfect original
paint & navy leather
interior. 1 owner. $2500.
321-255-5191
EL CAMINO 1981, V8
Automatic, Mag Wheels.
fiberglass topper. $895.
Call 321-557-2527
FORD T-BIRD 1962
wht/red w/tonneau cap,
wire wheels, original
parts,excellent condition
$25,000 772-461-5078
JAGUAR MARK II, 1967,
4 door sedan, right hand
*drive, 4 speed, w/OD,
runs good, new clufch,
$12,500. 321-403-6189
CALL CLASSIFIED
and sell that carl
866-894-0442


TRIUMPH TR6, restored,
daily driver, many new
parts, not a show car or
rust bucket. $12,000 Call
321-951-2292


BUICK LESABRE '92
V-6, 4 door, runs good,
newer tires, 27mpg, $575
321-768-1719
DONATE YOUR CAR To
American Association for
Cancer Research - Sav-
ing Lives Through Re-
search. Fast/ Free Tow-
ing, Non-Runners OK.
Tax Deductible. Call 7
days/wk 1-800-728-0801
FORD Crown Victoria
LX '04 Loaded, all power,
climate control, leather,
31k miles garage kept
$9000 772-567-4536
FORD TAURUS 2002
silver with gray leather
int. Sunroof, spoiler, 6
CD changer, 6 cyl. $5400
Sebastian 772-581-0844
HONDA CIVIC Hybrid
2003 4 door, auto all
power, cold A/C, AM/FM
CD. 92K mi, New tires.
$10,000 772-778-7344
LINCOLN Continental
'96 4dr Sedan, V8 silver/
leather 74K clean, must
sell $2450. '321-984-1748
smelbournebeach@aol.com
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Greg Allan
Cell # 321-305-9270 c
1202 Malabar Road * Palm Bay, FL 32907
Tel: (321) 722-9000 * Fax (321) 956-8881


1-800-925-3184 * www.palmbayford.com


MUSTANG Convertible
'93, 4 Cylinder, great on
gas, cold air, low miles.
good condition $2500
321-631-7522


Sharp
MUSTANG: Convertible
02', Excellent condition.
40K miles, Cold A/C,
Metallic Red, 6 cyl',
$10,500 OBO
772-285-1969
TOYOTA CAMRY LE,
1990, well maintained,
low miles, loaded, ice
cold air. Great family car!
Call Steve 321-543-4932



$CASH NOW$ ,
4 junk cars & trucks
Paying Top Dollar Nowl
FREE Pickup
321-508-1924
CORVETTES WANTED
1953-1972 any condition!
Competitive cash buyer
1-800-850-3656
www.corvettebuyer.com
DONATE YOUR Car -
Help Disabled Children
with Camp & Education.
Quickest Towing. Non-
Runners/Title Problems
Ok. Free Vacation/Cruise
Voucher. Special Kids
Fund. 1-866-448-3865
DONATE your Car- Vet-
eran's Lodging, Inc. Help
homeless veterans and
victims of natural disas-
ters! It's Fast & Easy. Re-
ceive 3-Vacation Certifi-
cate. Call before the tax
year ends. 800-841-6225
WANTED 500 CARS,
Trucks or Vans for ex-
port. Call for pricing.
772-589-6251
Affordable & Effective
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TENNESSEE, 5.7 acres -
nice corner lot on 2 coun-
try roads $36,700. 3Br
2B on Corner lot in town,
nice yard, 2 kitchens &
could be used as a Du-
plex $60,000 Homefront
Realty & Auctions, Tim
Spencer 931-242-5149,
800-459-8516
TEXAS LAND LIQUIDA-
TIONII 20-acres, Near
BOOMING . El Paso.
Good Road Access. Only
$14,900.$200/down,$145
per/mo. Money Back
Guarantee. No Credit
Checks. 1-800-843-7537
www.sunsetranches.com
Affordable & Effective
Hometown News
866-894-0442


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BOURNE: * Newly
vated 2br/2ba Con-
n Gated community
Pool & Gym. W/D
led. $700/mo + util-
407-353-3508
RITT ISL: 2br/2ba
ndry. Near Mall
'mo Gail Hoffman,
321-501-4067
gailhomesales.com
I BAY NE - 2br/2ba
Wf. Comm Pool. Lots
oset space. All apple's
D. Near Babcock &
B Rd. Avail. Now!
mo. 503-757-7031
I BAY SE, spacious
apartment, country
g, Italian tile, no
washer/dryer hook-
$650/mo. + security.
44-6140
I BAY: 2br/2ba tile,
Pool. $650 per
h includes water.
38-0746


ERO BEACH

JUNE FREE!!
/approved credit)
1/1 BA .................$600
1/1.5BA Deluxe
isher & Dryer ....$750
000 (Sec. Dep)
MOVE-IN
st Rent Due July 1
ww.RentVero.com
2-778-9882 R
2-538-4817 0
ASTIAN - NEW
IMUNITY. Put your
ellef check to good
$600 moves you in.
iful & Spacious 3/2.
-In before June
08. Don't miss out!t
d time offer. Call us
772-581-4440. In-
Restrictions Apply.
ASTIAN COTTAGE
irn, w/d, bbq, great
on, no sec, no de-
From $195/wkly
incl) short or long
11330 U.S. Hwy 1
pinkflamingocottage
__772-321-3202
,STIAN: 1BR/1BA,
ned Lanai. A/C.
Indian River Dr.
lenient location,
mo. Call Tom
83-8064
0 BEACH Furn 1/1,
screened porch, ac-
to pool, all util inci
t phone. 1st & se-
$700mo. No pets
73-3452


WANTED JUNK CARS -
Running or not $150 &
up. We pay cash! 24-hrs.
321-631-0111


HARLEY ROAD KING
'00 BIk, 95" kit, crane ign.
Makuni carb, mustang
st., powder coated ft., exc
cnd, $13K. 321-720-4134
HONDA SHADOW '94, V
twin, 1100cc, low miles,
crash bar, garage kept,
very good cond. $2500
321-269-7037 after 4pm
HONDA SHADOW Sa-
bre 1100, 2001, bags,
windshield, excellent con-
dition, $4000. Please call
321-917-0635
KAWASAKI NOMAD, '99
1500cc, custom paint, full
dress, looks/runs exc.,
incl's. helmet, $3850/obo.
Call 321-848-6864
SCHWIN COLLEGIATE,
50CC Scooter. 125miles.
Bought 6/07 $1800, ask-
ing $1500 exc cond. Free
helmet. 321-591-1409
SUZUKI INTRUDER, '02,
1400cc, 6700 mi., custom
lowered, lots of extras,
runs exc., incl's helmet,
$4500/obo.321-848-6864
WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
1970-1980, Z1-900,
KZ900, KZ1000, H2-750,
H1-500, S1-250, S2-250,
S2-350, S3-400, Cash
Paid. '1-800-772-1142 or
1-310-721-0726



24' COACHMAN CAMP-
ER '04 Exc cond. Sleeps
6. Totally self contained.
Bath, shower, sink, etc.
$5900. 321-749-6831
Call Classified
866-894-0442


WEST KENTUCKY- Tro-
phy deer hunting/recrea-
tional ground. 25,000ac.
60ac to 3,600ac tracts.
80ac lake, rolling hills,
hardwoods, pasture. Low
taxes, starting $1600/ac.
Owner 270-556-3576
270-703-7234
WESTERN NC Mountain
properties cabins homes,
acreage & investment
property. Views & creeks.
Free color brochure.
Western Carolina Real
Estate Company, Inc.
Murphy, NC. www.
WesternCarolinaRE.com
1-800-924-2635
Affordable & Effective
Hometown News
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VERO BEACH. Partially
Furnished 1BR, $575/mo,
& 2BR $695/mo. Rennick
Realtors 772-562-5015
VERO BEACH: Move in
special Newly remod-
eled. 1br & 2br from
$575. Tile, New appl.
Close to Beaches, Parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013
VIERA - THE GREENS.
2bdrm/1bath condo,
FULLY FURNISHED.
Community pool, exer-
cise facility. $800/month
+ Security. 321-638-8751


BAREFOOT BAY 2/2
Roomy & clean. Florida
room. Fenced yard. Fully
furnished. Small pet OK,
$725/mo + deposit. No
smokers, 772-388-6606
EDGEWATER/ WATER-
FRONT. Fish on dbck on
canal to intracoast clean
2/1 beauty furn. W/D.
6mo-lyr. $750-$1000. 1st
& sec. 386-424-9341
photo ad #31603 www.
hometownnewsOL.com
FELLSMERE 2-BR/1-BA
cozy cottage, furnished,
private, gated on ranch.
Minimum 6 months F/LS.
Avail May 1 $800/mo
772-633-3435
FORT PIERCE 55+,
Gated on cul 'de sac.
Furn 2/2/1, pool & clbhse.
No pets/smoke. $850 mo
incl cabin & lawncare. FLS
772-461-5539
MELBOURNE 3/2, aprox
1500 sq ft, washer & dry-
er included, near shop-
ping & hospital, fenced
yard, $875/mo
321-693-3548
MELBOURNE 3/2/1
Cedar Run, near Wickam,
Park. Pool, tennis, screen
porch, bright colors
$950/mo + deposit. N/S
No pets 321-255-1282
MELBOURNE, 3BR
2BA, fenced yard, screen
porch, pets considered
$849/m + sec. 1824 Oak-
wood Dr. Owner/Broker
321-725-4400
Melbourne, Hollywood
Estates, Furnished 2/2,
scrn room, carport, $795
incl's cable/garbage, 55+,
comm. pool & clubhouse
1st, last & security,
321-258-9203
Melbourne, Misty Way,
newer 3/2/2, nice neigh-
borhood, W/D, comm.
pool & tennis, pets ok, no
smoking, $1200/mo. +
dep. Consider seasonal
rental. 321-242-9599






27' KODIAK Coachmen,
sleeps 5, slider, Ig. corner
shower, modern style
counters, lots of windows,
modern dine w/wrap
seating, microwave, ra-
dio/CD, TV antenna, can-
opy, attachable outside
BBQ table, outside show-
er, swaybar, $24,000.
321-757-8096
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original, Restored value
$9000-$12000 needs
work $1200/obo.
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MELBOURNE: Close to
hospital, Newer, Spa-
cious 2/2/1cg, fenced
yard, all appliances.
$750/mo + Sec. Small
pets ok. 321-960-4803

ElyT 16W
MERRITT ISLAND Cata-
lina Isles, very nice clean
3/2/1 w/fenced yard, Irg
kitchen. Screened porch,
$975/mo. 301-752-2299
PALM BAY ALL AREAS
2, 3, & 4br's. TH's, du-
plexes & houses. Start @
$600/mo up to $2000/mo.
Avail NOW1 Woodlake
Realty,Inc. 321-723-8700
PALM BAY NE 3/2/1
Desirable nghbrhd, close
to everything. Fenced
yard. Lg enclosed Florida
room. $850/mo
321-253-9166
PALM BAY SE -Rent to
Own, almost new CBS
3BR 2BA 2 Car Garage
$900/mo. No pets. Call
WD Webb Realty
321-723-3311
PALM BAY SE, 3/2/2,
screen room,fenced yard,
near Bayside Lakes.
Avail. June 1st. $900/mo.
+ security. Section 8
okay. 321-544-9163
PALM BAY, NE. 2br/lba,
laundry room, carport, all
tile, large yard. Pet ok.
$800/mo + sec. Excellent
condition. 321-508-6436


COCOA, CHURCH for
sale - As Is, 4+ acres, 3
houses .(4/3, 3/1, 2/1) on
property, many more
amenities, $875,000
321-631-4564
VERO STRIP Center.
Income, location, cap
rate, mint condition. Fully
leased $1.2M. VERO
LANDMARK Comer. 2.5
acres. + 4000 sq ft build-
ing. General commercial.
Lift station. Ample park-
ing. Sale or lease.
$799K 772-489-0180
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PALM BAY, NE. 3br/lba,
carport, laundry room,
fenced yard, small pet
OK. $900/mo+ sec. Very
nice. 321-508-2349
ROCKLEDGE. 3BR/2BA,
1-car garage. Includes
lawn care & washer
/dryer. $900/mo. + se-
curity. 321-638-8751
Satellite Beach -
3 Months FREE RENT!
Lg 2BR Completely Ren-
ovated. Walk to beach &
New Lowes Shopping
Center. From $800/mo.
305-490-9989
SATELLITE BEACH
waterfront deep water
canal, furnished or
unfurnished extra clean.
$1800/mo deposit $2000
321-773-0253 or mobile
321-446-2006
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in a dump or expect you
to. 3/2/1 , tile floors
fireplace, screen porch,
Lawn care. $950/mo
772-299-0066 or cell
772-532-5722
VERO BEACH 3/3/2
+den, Castaway Cove,
walk to beach, pool, spa,
fireplace, immaculate.
786-210-3563
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3br/lba, Centrally Locat-
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772-321-1689
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Clean full kitchen.
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Great cond. Electric lift
$6000 772-219-7579


CHEVY BLAZER, '99, 4
door, black, excellent
body and tires, runs
great, $4950. Call 321-
267-3466 / 239-233-4809
DODGE RAM CHARG-
ER, 1990, 4WD, good
condition, AC, $3800
obo. 321-723-0026
FORD EXPLORER '97 -
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tires/brakes,107K. $3995.
Ticket2RIde 321-446-7782
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'00. 2WD. 6cyl. loaded,
88K, 1 owner, very clean
$5995. DIr 321-446-7782
SATURN VUE, '03, exc.
cond., loaded, premium
sound sys. w/AM/FM/CD/
cassette,ABS brakes,AC,
$8200. 321-368-1111


CHEVY C2500 '97. 8cyl
auto, A/C. 8' bed w/ top-
per, Nice! $2995. Ticket
to Ride 321-446-7782
CHEVY SILVERADO,
'97, ext. cab, w/cover, 5.7
V8, cold AC, PS/PB/PW/
PDL, Rhino liner, 196K,
KBB $4800 - sell at
$4300. 321-917-3848
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DODGE RAM, '05, Hemi,
single cab, short bed, tow
pkg., 1 owner, exc. cond.
$11,900. Death forces
sale! 321-544-2856
FORD F150 XLT, '98, 3
door, no rust, V8 auto,PS
/PB, ice cold AC, 111K,
bedlinertoolbox, new 17"
tires $4500.321-720-8117
FORD F250 XLT Super
Duty, '00, turbo diesel, 5
spd, cruise, 17mpg, well
maint., loaded, tow pkg.,
$9500/obo.321-917-5484
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Fellsmere Ranch,
Babcock Rd. 94 Acres
$3,196,000
10 Ac. Ranchettes
Available $340,000
Ft. Pierce, Seminole Rd.
4.85 Acres
Lakefront Home
2/2 Private, Gated
$495,000
Ft. Pierce, Orange Ave.
SR 68 - 56 Acres
Tango Groves, Citrus
$1,456,000
Philip P. Strazzulla,
Realtor
Hoyt C. Murphy Inc.,
Realtors
772-216-4975


VERO CENTRAL BCH -
Charming 3/2 block
home with terrazzo tile
floors on lush oversized
lot. New W/D. Mint cond.
Rent to own $1225/mo.
772-489-0180
VERO Highlands 3/2/1
Newly Remodeled, tile
thru-out. Appis, Granite
counters. $875/mo +
$1000 security. 980 23rd
PI SW 786-290-6563
W MELBOURNE 3/2/2
split home. Near A-rated
schls. Desirable nghbrhd.
Walk to park. Fenced
yard. $900/mo
321-253-9166
W. MELBOURNE
Great neighborhood,safe.
New appliances, air &
carpet. Lrg Fla. room.
1800sf under air. Non-
smoker. Lrg yard. $799/
mo. Call Cobb Properties
321-917-2471; 729-8051



MELBOURNE BEACH,
lovely townhome, walk to
beach/hwys., secure gat-
ed comm., many ameni-
ties, 2/1.5, courtyard, fully
furn./unfurn. cable incl'd.
$900/mo. 201-304-3727
PALM BAY, Oakwood
Villas, end unit, ground
floor, 2/2 includes W/D,
close to pool, long term,
inside laundry $724
321-480-8361
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MARATHON. LUXURY
vacation homes. Ocean
Front. Amenities: heated
pool, hot tub, docks. Call
for last minute specials!
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Cavender Creek Cabins
Picturesque mountain
cabins. Late fall/winter
FREE Night special. see
our virtual tour at
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FORD RANGER SPORT
'99. 4cyl., 5spd. a/c. Nice
pickup truck $3495. Tick-
et to Ride 321-446-7782
ISUZU OASIS: 98' Mini-
van, Clean, Cold A/C,
$4,995 Buy Here! Pay
Here! No credit check.
772-643-8787 dir
MINI VAN, '03 Chrysler
Town & Country Limited,
orig. owner, 68K mi., mint
cond., loaded. Asking
$9,500. 321-752-9836
NISSAN FRONTIER, '04,
2 door, topper, 42,800
original miles, 4 cylinder,
auto, power, CD, $9750.
321-759-2373


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17' STRATOS, center
console, '97, 70hp Evin-
rude, runs great, live well,
'02 performance alum. trir
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VERO BEACH: Visualize
it! Land for your own
business, your own
home, plus a possible
rental unit (or two) for in-
come. All in the city for
$195,000 with owner fi-
nancing .60 Acres, zoned
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Estate 772-538-1932


EAU GALLIE 2/1/1 Cen-
tral heat/air. Dishwasher,
laundry hook-up, Ig en-
closed porch on
cul-de-sac. $675/mo.
321-724-2529; 652-5761



Merritt Island 1 & 2 BR
mobile homes on water,
screen porch, deck, car-
port, tool shed. Boat Slip
avail. 200 Mustang Way.
Tom 321-452-5464




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MELBOURNE- Busy
North Babcock location.
1050sf, very good cond.,
available now, $1100
mo., 321-431-1196


SATELLITE BEACH:
Office Spaces. Light
Manufacturing. Lots of
extras. 321-773-2005
VERO- RETAIL/OFFICE.
2 mos FREE rent. US
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Center. Expand or start
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June thru Sept $550/mo
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44,000 mi. $13,900 Vero
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top,78,076 mi., new tires,
black, runs .great! $6000
obo. Call 321-725-0846



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or more than 125 years, the
American Red Cross, supported
by its loyal volunteers, has
provided relief to victims of disasters
and helped people prevent, prepare
for, and respond to emergencies
around the world. From house fires
to hurricanes, when disaster strikes
the American Red Cross is there to
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Here in Florida, we have experi-
enced first hand the devastating
destruction caused by multiple
hurricanes impacting our region.
Hurricanes Charlie, Frances, Jeanne
and Wilma, bring back memories of
the Red Cross providing help.
In each disaster, the American Red
Cross has been there to give aid and
comfort as soon as conditions were
safe.
Our combined Red Cross efforts
were responsible for feeding hun-
dreds of thousands of people
throughout east and central Florida.
Our generous donors responded as
well, making sure that the American
Red Cross was there not only for
hurricanes, but for disasters large
and small throughout the year.
Twenty-seven major storms brewed


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in the Atlantic in 2005. We were lucky
in 2006 with only 5 hurricanes and 5
Tropical Storms, none of which
severely impact our region. We were
even luckier with no storms in 2007.
Without a recent hurricane, many of
our residents have become compla-
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dictions are we will have an active
2008 season. That is why the infor-
mation in this special Hometown
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important to everyone.
We are pleased that the Hometown
News has, for the second year in a
row, agreed to produce this special
informational guide to surviving the
most dangerous storm on earth. Our
collaborative efforts will no doubt
have a major impact in saving lives
should hurricane force winds blow
our way this year.
Please read the information in this
tabloid and use it wisely to make your
hurricane preparations. Keep this as
a reference; it could help to save your
life or the lives of loved ones.
Pay careful attention to the lists of
materials you will need to build your
own hurricane kit. Apply the many
tips and the Red Cross advice offered
on safety to your personal situation.
Reference the list of Red Cross
Hurricane Shelters and evacuation
routes to plan how you will react
when hurricane advisories and
warnings are posted for your area.
Remember, Red Cross Hurricane
Shelters are to be used as a last
resort. And, not all Red Cross Hurri-


cane Shelters will be opened at the
same time.
Our mission in preparing this
Hurricane Guide with Hometown
News is to encourage communities
throughout the regions we serve to
prepare for disaster before it strikes.
Families who have taken steps to get
ready beforehand, such as stocking
up on nonperishable food, water, and
other supplies, suffer far less than
those who did not prepare at all or
who waited until the last minute to
prepare.
This special Hometown News
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residents that the American Red
Cross will be there in the time of an
emergency. From fires to hurricane
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respond with relief and the last to
leave. This year, as never before, we
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friends and neighbors before and
after a disaster strikes.
With hurricane season upon us,
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Storm shutters protect homes from damaging winds


Some homeowners
qualify for state grant
to install devices
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
Storm shutters provide critical pro-
tection to homes during a storm, but to
get the best performance for the best
price, residents need to do their home-
work.
With a multitude of styles and price
ranges available, homeowners can find
the right shutters to protect their
investment, and they might even get a
little help to pay for the improvements.
A state-run program, My Safe Florida
Home, offers matching grants and full
grants for installing shutters and other
protective materials.
"It's a good program, but people
need to know it takes time to com-
plete," said John Hartman of Mel-
bourne-based Shutter Outlet, a partici-
pating My Safe Florida Home
contractor.
The Web site, www.mysafeflorida-
home.com, outlines the process for
receiving grants and insurance dis-


counts.
The first step in the process is to
request a wind inspection from a par-
ticipating state inspector.
Results of the inspection will include
ideas to increase the wind resistance
and potential insurance discounts
available after improvements have
beenmade.
"It's important to remember that
insurance discounts will not apply
until all the (house's) openings have
been covered," said Mr. Hartman.
Many local governments have
received a portion of the $250 million
allocated to the program to use as
grants to help homeowners pay for
their shutters.
To qualify, a participating state-certi-
fied contractor must perform the work.
While the process can be time con-
suming, homeowners who can't wait
the typical three to four months to
complete the program can contract
with a My Safe Florida home certified
contractor, then apply for possible
reimbursement, said Mr. Hartman.
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PREPARATION


HURRICANE SEASON IS UPON US
Think about this hurricane season by trimming trees and bushes
now. In order for Brevard County Solid Waste to help you clean up
faster, making just a few provisions now could make not only our job
quicker and easier but most importantly, your job as well.
If there is a storm, you can make storm debris
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Space Coast Red Cross prepares for hurricane season


New services delivery manager joins team
to oversee disaster preparedness


BY JENET KROL
Staff writer
An improved financial situation has
the Space Coast chapter of the Ameri-
can Red Cross optimistic about the
upcoming hurricane season, but com-
munity support is needed more than
ever.
"Part of our rebuilding of the Space
Coast Chapter is to reconnect with the
community. We are in need of a strong
and vibrant Red Cross. With 70 miles of
coastline and the space center, this is a
very important agency," said Keith Gee,
Chief Executive Officer of the Space
Coast Chapter.
Mr. Gee joined the Space Coast Chap-
ter in December while the chapter was
struggling to maintain itself. Due to a
lack of funds in 2007, the chapter lost
half of its paid staff, including its former
CEO.
Mr. Gee made connecting with the
community a priority and said the
chapter's financial situation is finally
beginning to improve.


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"Our books are balanced and we are
financially solvent. But we aren't rich.
We absolutely need community sup-
port to make sure we are ready to
respond."
The Space Coast Chapter of the Red
Cross runs on a $700,000 operating
budget, which is generated through
donations, fees from training classes
and selling products" such as first-aid
kits and pet CPR instruction books.
The staff is working with half of the
budget they had last year, said Mr. Gee.
"Anytime the economy takes a down-
turn, it starts to tighten all of our budg-
ets. But I feel confident the community
will respond when we ask them to help,"
he said.
A separate fund, the disaster services
account, which is earmarked for disas-
ter services, is specifically used to pro-
vide disaster relief.
"The fund is replenished by commu-
nity donations. We can have as much in
that fund as people will donate. We like
to keep a minimum of $10,000 in it,"
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When the need for relief exceeds
$10,000, the chapter receives national
support.
Last year, the chapter served more
than 400 individuals and families with
disaster relief.
"If there is a hurricane, like in the
2004 season, those numbers will multi-
ply 10 or 20 fold," said Mr. Gee.
To make sure the chapter is prepared
for hurricane season, Susan Miller, the
new services delivery manager, has
been meeting with officials from the
Brevard County Emergency Operations
Center.
Ms. Miller served on the disaster team
as part of the U.S. military's Security
Forces for four years. She will be
responsible for overseeing the chapter's
disaster preparedness.
"We're trying to get ready for hurri-
cane season and cover anything that
may come up," she said, which includes
increasing their number of volunteers.
"We need to up our level of volunteer
work," she said.
Mr. Gee agreed.
"We are always looking for volunteers
at every level, from the board of direc-
tors to landscaping volunteers," he said.
Currently, the Space Coast chapter


has 200 active volunteers, about 100
of which the chapter sees on a regular
basis, said Mr. Gee.
"Some we won't see until there is a
disaster of fair significance," he said.
All disaster volunteers must com-
plete volunteer training, which is free,
said Ms. Miller.
Mr. Gee said he is pleased that the
community knows the Red Cross is
here, and ready to help, and he hopes
they will do the same.
"We respond when the community
needs us. Now, we need the commu-
nity to support us," he said.
The Red Cross will host the Ride for
the Red.fundraiser, a 30-60-100 mile
bike race and 5K run/walk Aug. 23-24
at Wickham Park Pavilion, 2500 Park-
way Drive, Melbourne.

To donate, or for information on
volunteering, call (321) 890-1002, visit
the Space Coast Chapter at 1700 Cedar
St., Rockledge, or visit www.brevard-
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BY B.J. DENTON
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"I decided to ride the recent hurri-
cane out at my home. Little did I know
I would be riding out the total destruc-
tion of my home.
"As I hunkered down in a safe closet
listening to the terrifying sound of the
storm, I still felt like everything would
be OK. I had boarded up all the win-
dows and stocked my home with
enough water and supplies to hold me
over for a few days.
"All seemed well until I heard the
garage door blow in. Then it seemed as
if the hurricane was right inside my
home.
"Within seconds, the east side of the
roof flew off and.my lifelong treasures
began to blow out the opening. Tor-
rents of rain soaked anything that did
not fly out the hole left by the roof.
"When I finally felt safe to venture
outside, I was totally amazed and
dumbfounded.
"My neighbor's home was intact.
-"Later, I found out the difference
was probably the result of their home
having a hurricane-coded garage door,
and my home did not."
The primary cause for home


destruction is the loss of the roof.
However, the majority of roof loss is
caused by the vacuum effect created
when high winds are allowed to come
inside the house from windows, entry
doors and through garage doors.
Once these barriers are broken, the
wind actually "lifts" the roof off rather
than blows it off.
"The loss of a garage door during a
hurricane can result in the blowout of
the roof and supporting walls,"
according to the Federal Emergency
Management Agency. To meet the new
codes, garage doors must have addi-
tional bracing, heavier gauge track and
the necessary hardware to keep them
in place. Homeowners with the older
garage doors must realize that those
doors pose a big threat to their proper-
ty."
Current homeowners who do not
want to go to the expense of purchas-
ing a new hurricane-coded door
should not despair.
Although today's new wind-coded
garage doors have been engineered to
withstand wind of 130 to 160 mph
through the use of channel strut
braces on the panels of the door, addi-
tional side anchor braces and longer
stem rollers, the basic panels are pret-


"The loss of a garage door during a hurricane can result in the
blowout of the roof and supporting walls. To meet the new
codes, garage doors must have additional bracing heavier
gauge track and the necessary hardware to keep them in
place."

Federal Emergency Management Agency


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This means that most existing
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struts, brackets, roller and larger
springs to accomplish the same wind-
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you to have a dangerous door.
Remember to include garage door
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Numbers to know
* Space Coast Chapter of the American 773-4404 or (321) 773-4405
Red Cross: (321) 890-1002 * Cocoa Beach Police Department: (321)
* Brevard County Emergency Manage- 868-3251
ment: (321) 633-6670 * Cocoa Police Department: (321) 639-7620
* National Weather Service Melbourne: *Titusville Police Department: (321) 264-
(321) 255-0212 7800
* Brevard County Animal Services and
Enforcement: (321) 633-2024, (321) 253- Fire departments
6630 or (321) 633-9880


Non-emergency numbers
*For all emergencies dial 911
Brevard County Sheriff's Office non-
emergency numbers:
' South: (321) 952-6371
* North: (321) 264-5100
. Central: (321) 633-7162
* North Precinct, Titusville: (321) 264-5208
*West Precinct, Viera: (321) 633-2123
* East Precinct, Merritt Island: (321) 455-
1485
*Canaveral Precinct: (321) 868-1113
' South Precinct, Melbourne: (321) 253-
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Police departments
SPalm Bay Police Department: (321) 952-
3456
* Melbourne Police Department: (321) 409-
2200
*West Melbourne Police Department: (321)
723-9673
' Melbourne Beach Police Department:
(321) 723-4343
* Indialantic Police Department: (321) 723-
7788
* Indian Harbour Beach Police Department:
(321) 773-3030
* Satellite Beach Police Department: (321)


* Brevard County Fire Rescue: (321) 633-
2056
*Cape Canaveral Fire Department: (321)
783-4777
* Palm'Bay Fire Resue: (321) 409-6366
* Malabar Fire Department: (321) 725-1030
* Melbourne Fire Department:
* Station No. 71, 865 W. Eau Gallie Blvd.,
(321) 255-4601
* Station No. 72, 2937 Sarno Road, (321) 255-
4604
* Station No. 73, 1150 Tower Access Road,
(321) 674-5790
* Station No. 74, 1500 S. Hickory St., (321)
674-5889
* Station No. 75, 151 E. University Blvd., (321)
674-5715
* Station No. 76, 2470 Croton Road, (321)
255-4607
* Station No. 77, 3721 N. Wickham Road,
(321) 752-4642
* Station No. 78, 850 Eber Road, (321) 409-,
2071
* Indialantic Fire Department: (321) 723-
0366
* Indian Harbour Beach Fire Department:
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* Satellite Beach Fire Department: (321)
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* Cocoa Beach Fire Department: (321) 868-
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* Cocoa Fire Department: (321) 639-7610


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Be prepared, keep comfortable during a storm


BY TAMMY ROBERTS
Staff writer
When it comes to storm preparation,
safety should be the top priority.
But residents should also keep in
mind that during an emergency situa-
tion, a little comfort goes a long way.
Whether a family chooses to stay at
home or evacuate, setting aside addi-
tional belongings, or "comfort items,"
can help family members remain calm
and prepared during a dangerous situ-
ation.
Food, water, medication and medical
equipment should always be first on a
list of comfort items, said Lacie Davis,
special needs coordinator for Brevard
County Emergency Management.
"Remember to bring at least a two-
week supply of medication because
you never know how long it could take
before you can get more," Ms. Davis
said. "As for food, bring non-perishable
items, as well as fruit juices, sports
drinks and a big supply of bottled
water. If you have kids, don't forget to
bring their favorite snacks."
Outside of emergency equipment,
Ms. Davis recommended packing
enough blankets, sleeping bags, chairs
and pillows for every family member to


feel comfortable.
"These items are especially impor-
tant with families who have children,"
Ms. Davis said. "You want to make
them feel at ease and calm at all
times."
She suggested books, cards, games
and electronic devices to keep chil-
dren busy.
"When you're in a shelter, obviously
you're not going to have all the com-
forts of home," Ms. Davis said.
"Remember to pack things that will
remind your kids of home and to keep
their minds off the situation."
As hurricane season approaches,
Ms. Davis said that residents should
already be thinking about preparing
these types of items.
Home repair stores such as The
Home Depot and Lowe's offer other
types of comfort items to make resi-
dents feel more at ease during a storm,
as well as after a storm hits.
She said Lowe's offers do-it-yourself
hurricane shutters that are easy to
install and lightweight, said Karen
Cobb, company spokeswoman.
Both the Storm-Busters Clear View
Panels and the Bertha Clear Storm
Panels are products that protect a
home's windows, but also allow light


to enter.
"These products can be very com-
fortable for families if they choose to
stay in their homes," Ms. Cobb said.
Lowe's offers more than 5,000 other
products that can increase a home-
owner's comfort level during a storm,
including ready-packed emergency
hurricane kits.
Lowe's recommends setting aside the
following products to prepare for a
storm:
* Emergency kit with a tight-fitting
lid
* First aid kit
* Large tarp with rope for after-
storm repairs
* Flashlights
* Battery-operated radio
* Plastic garbage bags
* Pliers, wrench and other tools
* Light sticks
* Duct tape, scissors
* Work gloves
* Fire extinguisher
* Bleach
* Portable generators
* Carbon monoxide detector
* Mosquito repellent
* Portable fans
Ms. Cobb said the last two items,


bug repellant and portable fans, are
items that often get overlooked during
a storm.
"With all the rain during a storm,
mosquitoes tend to surface for days
after," she said. "We offer an all-natu-
ral lemon eucalyptus oil repellent that
works quite well."
While Lowe's offers an array of
portable fans, the company recently
released a line of battery-operated
fans.
"Most are about 10 inches with a
battery life of about 72 hours," Ms.
Cobb said. "They can be used both
indoors and outdoors."
The Lowe's Web site also provides
"Hurricane How-to Videos" that show
step-by-step instructions for every-
thing from installing storm shutters to
operating a generator.
Visit for additional emergency
weather items, a severe weather guide
and additional information.
For information about Brevard
County Emergency Management, visit
www.embrevard.com.

Contact Tammy Roberts at (321)
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husband, Bill, have volunteered at the
Space Coast chapter of American Red
Cross. During that time, they've braved
every storm to blow through Brevard
County from Hurricane Erin in 1995 to
the infamous 2004 season that
unleashed four storms in Brevard.
Prior to their volunteer work, Mrs.
O'Hara managed a junior high school
cafeteria in Rochester, N.Y. and Mr.
O'Hara was a manufacturer's represen-
tative for a rubber company.
As a client service supervisor, she
leads the efforts to provide immediate
care for families who fall victim to the
wrath of Mother Nature or madmen,
such as the terrorists who attacked the
World Trade Center in 2001.
Mrs. O'Hara was among the many
volunteers who served in New York
City in response to the Sept. 11, 2001
attacks. The O'Haras primary duty is to
help with vital needs such as distribut-
ingfood, providing medical attention


Primary evacuation shelters
Elementary schools:
* Mims
* Apollo
* Imperial Estates
* Manatee
* Rivera
High schools:
* Bayside
* Meadowlane Intermediate
Eau Gallie
SMelbourne
College campuses:
* Brevard Community College Cocoa
campus
* Brevard Community College Melbourne
campus
Community centers:
* Walter Butler Community Center, 4201 N.
U.S. 1
* South Mainland Community Center, 3700
Allen Ave., Micco
and arranging hotels for victims who
lose their homes.
A native of Rochester, she recalls her
first hurricane experience in 1995,
when she decided to ride out the storm
at home. She hid in the closet as the
noise from the strong winds forced her
to cover her head with a pillow.
By the time Erin had past, Mrs.
O'Hara determined that her next hur-
ricane would be spent at a local shel-
ter.
"I couldn't stand the noise, and when


my husband went to bed I had to wake
him up after a transformer blew up
outside," she said. "We have shutters
that we put up, and remove objects
that might get blown around. Then we
go to the shelter and pray that our
house is still there when we get back."
Throughout the past 13 years, Mrs.
O'Hara has seen a wide variety of dam-
age, and she has met an interesting set of
characters.
"I think we've seen the gambit that can
be seen," O'Hara said. "We've seen trail-
ers and jonboats up in the trees. During
hurricane Frances, we had a gentleman
who was brought in at 1:30 a.m., During
Jeanne, he showed up at 4:30 a.m, and
he said he just thought he'd show up
before the cops picked him up again."
When there is no disaster to respond
to and the local scene is calm, the O'Ha-
ras spend their time at the Red Cross
planning, filing paperwork and attend-
ing meetings.
"We thought it was time that we give
back for everything we have been given,"
she said." Instead of out to play golf,
we're out helping."
To volunteer, call the Space Coast
chapter of the American Red Cross
(321) 890-1002.

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* Plywood boards and fasteners
* Water: A gallon per person per day, with a
three-day minimum supply; freeze ahead of
time
e Nonperishable foods and a manual can
opener - enough for a two-week supply
* Beverages
* Paper plates, paper cups, plastic utensils
* Emergency cooking equipment
* Ice chest filled with ice
*Two-week supply of prescription medications
*Toiletries
* Emergency cash supply
* AM/FM weather radio
Battery-operated radio or television
SPillows, bedding and blankets
* Batteries
* Matches
* Cell phone
SFlashlights and battery-operated lanterns
SFire extinguisher
* First aid kit
* Hammer
* Paper towels, toilet tissue, facial tissue, baby
wipes, sanitary napkins
� Bug spray
* Resealable plastic bags
* Plastic sheeting ,
SRope, tarpaulins and tape
� Bleach or water purification tablets
* Raincoats, rain hats, umbrellas
* Games, cards, puzzles, books, magazines
* Important papers kept in a watertight contain-
er
� Baby supplies
*Pet food and supplies, such as litter and pads
* Written instructions on how to turn off elec-
tricity, gas and water
* Fill bathtub and containers with water for san-
itary use
* Fill your vehicle's gas tank
For more information on hurricane preparation,
contact the Red Cross at (321) 890-1002.


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Friday,. May 30. 2008


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Special needs shelters available


BY MATT O'HERN AND
DARRELL JOHNSON
Staff writers
Hurricane evacuations are generally
not enjoyable events, but those most
inconvenienced - and possibly endan-
gered - are people who have special
health needs.
Brevard County offers transportation
and shelters equipped to care for those
who need special attention or treat-
ment.
"Special needs shelters are different
from other shelters," said Chris Foster,
Brevard County Emergency Manage-
ment special needs coordinator.
Special needs shelters are generally
set up in public school cafeterias, he
said, because schools meet hurricane
standards and have generators and
kitchens.
Medical personnel are at each site, as
well as medical resources, he said.
Special needs shelters are not just for
use during hurricanes. Evacuations
could occur in the event of a fire, torna-
do or any man-made disaster.
The emergency management depart-
ment has a registration form that will


help transportation and shelter workers
prepare for an evacuation. The form is
available online at
www. embrevard.com/special_ needs. cf
or by calling (321) 637-6670.
"When an emergency event happens, the
(information on the forms) is available to
those who provide transportation," Mr.
Foster said.
Someone will call each registered per-
son and tell them when a vehicle from
Space Coast Area Transit will pick them
up, he said.
Those who have not pre-registered in
advance can call (321) 637-4088 and pro-
vide their information, Mr. Foster said.
Local pickup locations for those going
to regular shelters will be announced in
the media, and those who have registered
late will be included and taken to special
needs shelters.
The special needs shelter is located at:
Sunrise Elementary on Babcock Street in
Palm Bay.
For information about special needs
shelters and related topics, call Brevard
County Emergency Management at (321)
637-4088 or visit www.embrevard.com.
The Brevard County Health department
can be reached at (321) 454-7111 or at
www.doh.state.fl. us/chdBrevard.


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self route will not be eligible.
Van Jackson, owner of Affordable
Glass Protection in Melbourne, is
also a My Safe Florida Home certified
contractor.
The program can be just what
cash-strapped homeowners need, he
said.
After the shutters are installed, the
work isn't over, said Mr. Jackson.
Accordion and roll-down styles
should be exercised regularly and
inspected for damage and insect
infestation.
"You have to be careful," said Mr.
Jackson. "With (roll-down shutters)
I've seen frogs, snakes, spiders and
more (in the enclosures)."
Another thing customers need to
be careful of is the selection of a
trustworthy contractor, he said.
Shutter companies drew extra
scrutiny last year as news spread of
Andrew Fernald, who is suspected of
bilking thousands of dollars in
deposits from homeowners.
While out on bail, he fled the state,
only to be caught by a bounty hunter


this spring.
"You want to find out if the contrac-
tor is legitimate, and is properly
licensed and insured," said Mr. Jack-
son.
Membership in the Better Business
Council of the Melbourne-Palm Bay
Area Chamber of Commerce is a plus,
he said.
Mr. Hartman agrees that buyers
should be cautious. His company only
requires a $1 deposit to begin a project.
"We want people to know we're not
going to run out of Dodge before we
finish the job," he said.
For information on Shutter Outlet,
visit www.shutteroutlet.com. For infor-
mation about Affordable Glass Protec-
tion, visit
www.affordableshutters.com.
Both companies, as well as other par-
ticipating contractors, can help walk
customers through the My Safe Florida
Home program.

Contact Gretchen Sauerman at
(321) 751-5961 or sauerman@home-
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