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West Melbourne Cit Council rallies the community


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board was given a letter of
opinion on t-he matter from
law firm, Grany and IlRobinson
ofrvelbo~urne.
~ Gray~ ancd Robinsonr is also
board~ ail(rcnrne Donaldl

Attorney Alec: Russell
opined that, The DIaily
Bre~ad could pose a risk to the
security,safety, and/or opera-
liorns... the Dail\Br~ead per-
forms a va;-luable service but
its oe to sw tby
a~ttract-s a certain numrtber of
vagrants and transients."

IF.L1~ to esase to charitable
Organizations but graint sta-
tus Ilu- abiily of the airport
to received~ grants fromr the'
I814~ can be jeopardiz~ed if


2,3=are-t parceul ofP airport
pinpern';i' on? Apollo Bocule-
beIlow. le! I market ~value, or1 a


kIon~i walllainalllr nixed
w~ilboutlla voteouwrmuch dis
cusqion by boalrd chainnan
Goode.

nilion.ll Mr., Goode had been
t~ryinsg rto help thfe cho~r its find l
a newvhomer.
"T am13 at the6 endZ o~f1~ my ope
wit-h this, I don't- haEve any-
Ilhing):Ine-IIin thewayosfu. 4I

I e irport ,nIshalr~ily


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Rlrler.3m-.e. Imm lwae ni r on

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krg 11~p;fl (lill
se~,rvet about 250 meals per
wel- n s.; f s ..1 thrraeislo as n


fwoulin Itofl~ thir director

made up of three council
members f~rom the city of
cfivia an-d bus~ines~r le-.uler:-: ,
.I&I r-ri1t~oGonsf~b ~~Iderapoposa
byl AIIl, l anll tol reBlocae to a


exemnptionls negathcly-
imatother a~irport tenants,
reu e th public's enjoy-
ment: of sulrrounding proper-
;ty, or redure the oeal
r.llapacity of thie aijrport to earn
11n11m1.v. said Mr. Iu~ssell's let-

Mr. CGood said this opin.
ion, coupledlri hnithafewwords
from an officil from FAAh in
Orlando, wh~ich wcere made
part- of the disclosure, ended


rmat-ter as far as he
was concerned.
Th1e board is taking no
action on this anytime soon.
That's the end of t~he discus-
siosn," V~r. Goode said.
And indeed, Mr. Goode
brooked no further discus-
sionl on the mat-ter from the


See AIRPORT, A3


"VWe will get the scraps of whatever
Melbourne decades ~to leave us. We're not
going to step back< and accept scraps."

AnrdrewI Jonells
Co~uncilman


UIS 19~2.


tly, represents a1 mile andc a

over, and around, 11he city jf

.fl~ Inde it\s allb-"anexaion


1 lcl' gr wlli e-li cut Mjff
bourne. It would himit the
city's outreach to water
resources.
As much was said ~by West
Melbourne City Manarger
Danvid 11ncrl in a letter,
lrformed i1t6t a wa!c~lluion l
that wvas drafted, unarni-
Sco BLOODHOUNDS, A4


m-ously vote~d on by coun~
011, anld sent to the country(\
comsmissionr following the
c011\* COUnc/ ll'~il mei of' Nov

Wey( thinkl forl a number
of renasns this (anneaxation
reBqueCst) is bad pl~llanin~,



strong, and letters are well
anld good, that's not
enough, said Cityr Council-
man~ Mike H-azlett.
Mr. Ha~zlett issued the
clarion call to presidents of
West Melbourne wvho don't
want to s~ee their city's gov-
er~nment go the way of the
dlinos~aur.


By DavidS Kacrns


not just about waterP or
alnnex~tion ~Rlirhts accord=
IngE to memlbrsl' of the Weist



vte 1 01Colini' of (i l 10 n

block to the I il\', very exis-
tence in the future sense.
In October, the city of
Melbourne petitioned the

file a request to, Ilhe ] InsI ul,.
De artment of (r1a1nonunity
,11100*..~, to allow folr the Harr-
bor i ~iq 's nnXexaTtio of
mor-Qe Ilrll /Z ,000 acresB West


The intended purpose is
for Melbou~rne to maintain
control over the direction of
the so-called St. Johns Her-
itage Puwy being
pane torun fmrm Mi~cco

anto ee fEli Iterchange
Mtr. H~azlett said he does-
n't accept that this is all that
Melbourne wants.
"Let's get as many resi-
dents up there as we can,
Mr.HI-azlett said,
Councilman Andrew
Jones agreed. "We will get
tithe scrap-- of whatever Mel~


bourne decides to leave us.
We're not going to step back
and accept the scraps," Mr.
Jones said.
Councilman Pat Bentley,
whothas-suggested the city
Melboulrne on te ongoing

agree with his fello?. coun-
cil members that wyCith
regard to annexation, and
to Wrest Melbourne's partic-
ipation in the planning of
the parkway, "we'll have to
protect ourselves."
Steve Dworkin is co-
See COMMUNITY, A4


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U.,S, Nllvy Seal Cad~ets 1InIus h inl the Melbourl no( VI'teransII Day parade. The unit shown here is the Davlii Campbell
Battallon1i~ lo1Catal' in Me4lbour~ne. From the or ganllizations~ own1 mission statementll they 'teaceh them patriotism,
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Aip~lort ;authority: 'W~e can't


help. Endl of discussion'


M~~emubers usrge att~endancee at: Dec. 2 meeting

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"More people have been
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ple are buying bikes with
racks to commute" and cut
costs, he said.
Mr. Twigg co-owns the
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and 1600 S. Babcock St. in
Melbourne.
Hie plans to disp~llay five to
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A2 Melbourne


ets but then reimbursed by
the U.S. Department of
Agriculture said Jenmi Lamb,
theu t more g r.$1.54 mil-
lin willduo to ATLoDiver 1-

Worth to modify 1,300 feet
of slopes along the North-
South Terminal Canal, run-
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Avenue and University
Boulevard.
See COUNCIL, A4


Ms. Tasker was also
named to represent the city
on the airport's governing

bB fore departing, the old
rsncl R dc include
and Cheryl Palmer, spent
$3.42 million on three
drainage issues within the
city.
As much as 75 percent of
the costs for the projects win
be paid for out of city budg-


By David Kearns
dkearns@hometownnewsol.com


elected cityR cncilN m -
ber Mike N wlin dlncd Mol

Mayor Harry Goode and
Councilwoman Kathy Mee.
han on the dais on Nov. 21.
Councilman John Thomas
was named vice mayor and
appointed to the Melbourne
Airport Authority.


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Mrs. Hill said the event's
sponsors are donating
money to the zoo's conser-
vation programs, which
provide grants to local
wildlife preservation
organizations, as well as
conservation projects on
several continents, includ-
ing Africa and South Amer-
ica.


ing the event,
Lexus of Melbourne,
Southeastern Honda and
Toyota of Melbourne will
have vehicles on display.
Besides car dealers, Seg-
way and Loon's Lagoon will
show their fuel-efficient
vehicles, and officials from
AAA will provide informa-
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over last year," Mr. Farrell said.
He breaks it down. There
are an estimated 2,000- 3,000
homeless people in Brevard
County, and as many as 500
beds. The math is simple. One
in four will be successful in
finding a place to sleep other
than the streets. Homeless-
ness keeps right on happen-
mChrist is the Answer located
across Crane Creek on U.S.1,
can be choosey, he said. Chil-
dren, families, people with
jobs. Non-drinkers, non-
smokers.
Community of Hope is also
strictly for families, he said.
If a homeless person is
alone, as is often the case,
their odds of finding a bed
decrease immediately.
Restoration House of Mel-
bourne is strictly for addicts,
who have been diagnosed,
given some treatment then
sent there, he said.
Circles of Care, is a medical
facility for those who are
undergoing detox or addic-
tion treatment.
"If you are homeless and if
you don't have a specialty


need, forget it. For the average
male or female victim, there is
nothing available," Mr. Farrell
said.
What do we do about it?
"Be aware. The problem is
getting worse. We deal with
people on the very edge of
existence," Mr. Farrell said.
Of the 250 folks served there

hoeem s 1 b wokn ponort
down on their luck.
The needs of the Daily
Bread include clothes, espe-
cially this time of year.
Hygiene products are always
necessary as well, and many
times, unavailable. Money to
purchase food, and time vol-
unteers are always scarce.
Or come to the dedication
ceremony, at 3p.m. on Dec. 19
at the Daily Bread and join
members of the clergy in hon-
oring the homeless who have
died this year.
"Love is a verb," said Mr.
Farrell.
Alan Hudson, 51, a pipe fit-
ter from Savannah, Ga., said
he knows what it's like to
spend part of the time on the
streets.


One of the problems he said
is the stigma of homelessness.
He said that once you are seen
near the Daily Bread, police
begin to look at you "a lot hard-
er" than they would if you were
just an average person walking
down the street.
Mr. Hudson admitted thathis
past arrest record related to

aso iate dwit bang tem
has prevented him fr-om finding

"Nobody wants to hire me
with a record," he said. "The
w the market is, the builders
can pick and chose who they
want."
But what does society want
him to do? No permanent
home, no job and no answers.
Mr. Farrell said that indeed
drug abuse and alcoholism are
linked to homelessness. Every-
one, including law enforce-
ment, could be working harder
to stop it,
For more information on
how to help, contact the Daily
Bread by calling (321)723-
1080 or visit he Daily Bread at
815 E. Fee Ave. Melbourne.


By David Kearns
dkearns @hometownnewsol.com
MELBOURNE John Far-
rell sits at his director's desk
recalling several familiar faces
that he will never see again,
These are individuals who
died on the streets or from
them this year; human beings
wh, fore ue Irer reasoned
Daily Bread in downtown
Melbourne, and who are no
more.
Now Mr. Farrell wants all of
us to remember them as well,
even if we can't recall what
they looked like or even knew
them
Why? Because the problem
of homelessness is getting
worse with the declining
economy, especially in Bre-
vard, he said.
Mr. Farrell would know. He
and his cadre of well-meaning
volunteers feed the homeless
or those near it, clothe them
at times, and even provide a
place for them to wash up.
"We're seeing about a 10
percent increase (in the num-
ber of truly homeless people)


I


Mr. Zonka said the~ chair-
man of the board, Mr.
Goode, overstepped his
bounds when he prevented
public comment on the
matter. .
One of the members the
mayor refused to hear from
publicly wyas Mr. Farrell
himself.
Mr. Farrell was directed to
speak with the mayor after
the meeting. From there he
said he was directed ~to

uiev die tor Richr tEen i
"I was told someone had
threatened them with a law-
suit," Mr. Farrell said.
"They don't want a law_
suit."
Neither Mayor Goode nor
Mr. Ennis could be reached
for comment regarding this
matter.
Mr. Ennis's office directed
all press inquiries to a public
relations firm in Orlando.
Meanwhile, Mr. Farrell
said he has not received
answers to his original ques-


tions posed a month ago
about his proposal.
He said he originally
asked the airport board
whether they would either
sell him the property at
fair market value, lease it
to the city so the city could
.lease it to him, or sell it to
the city so the city could
lease it to his orgamiza-
tion.
"I still don't have an

swe me that" rit .F 1
said. "It's only common
courtesy.
For now, Daily Bread will
hope for a favorable ruling
now from the Melbourne
City Council to allow the
current facility on' Fee
Avenue to expand, said
Daily Bread board chair-
man Paul Kantz.
"There are some people
who don't want the Daily
Bread to exist at all. They
represent a small, .vocal
minority," said Mr. -Farrell.


being considered for that
area.
"I think the proposed
location is ludicrous. I am
totally opposed to it," said
Bill Insco, who said he lives
on a lot adjacent to the site.
Peggy Sneed, from the
Amar subdivision, is a mem-
ber of an informal coalition
calling itself "The Magnolia
Group." She said her com-
mittee of residents is trying
to preserve green space in
the raea woMc es o e ds
The charity, changing loca-
tion from downtown to the
property near her, would
make things even worse.
"The Daily Bread would
foster the squatter use of
that area," she said.
Milo Zonka, a Palm Bay
City Councilman and fre-
quent speaker at the airport
board meetings said after-
wards things "got testy" at
the meeting when residents
were told not to speak on
the matter,


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From page Al
public, several of whom had
come to the 7:30 a.m. meeting
to listen and speak out on the
matter.
Board member William
Potter said he wasn't in favor
of leasing to Daily Bread
even at fair market value
since it might hurt an adja-
cet tnnt shomhets sn
their lease.
"That would be unethi-
cal," said Mlr. Potter.
After the meeting, Mr.
Nohrr said the airport is in
the business of making
money for the city and
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"This isn't the proper
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These join a $1.725 mil-
lion project already
underway within the
Edgewood subdivision
awarded to Melvin Bush
and Associates of Port St.
Lucie to repair the
drainage.
The later project was
voted on at the Oct. 28
meeting of the city council
Ms. Lamb said.
The projects will begin
soon and last about 75
days, she said.


"We are ecstatic about
receiving the money to
complete everything," Ms.
Lamb said.
The funds were made
available to repair damage
done to drainage systems
done by hurricanes and
tropical storms.
The city had been look-
ing at reducing the scope
of its projects but received
word Nov. 12 all the fund-
ing requested had been
approved,she said.


sive but they are very
effective, she said.
Another major expense
from the total will be
$146,700 contract to Don
Luchetti Construction, Inc.
of Melbourne, to repair
and replace the culvert
within the Dartmouth
ditch near Florida Tech.
Workers will await the end
of fall term to prevent too
much disruption to school
classes at the university.


documents.
Io many ways, Mr
Dworkin and his partner
Tres Holton's project,
remains hostage to the
squabbling between the
cities.
"We may be adversely
affected by the Platt annexa-
tion without inter-local
agreements," Mr. Dworkin
said.
The meeting will begin at
9 a.m. in commission
chambers, located in Build
ing C at the County Govern-
ment Complex, located, on
Judge Fran Jamieson Way in
Viera.


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Aside from changing the
slopes to the canals,
gabions will be placed just
below the water-line, said
Ms. Lamb.
These so called gabions
are cages filled with gran-
ite boulders which shore
up the canals.
"They are not inexpen-


COMMURity
From page Al '
developer of the Watershed,
a community planned on
281 acres west of I-95 and
recently annexed into the
city ofWest Melbourne.
Mr. Dworkin and property
owner, William Farrell urged
caution, planning and coop-
eration between all cities,
including Palm Bay, Mel-
bourne and West Mel-
bourne
The Watershed property is
stil shown to contain a slice
of the parkway, on planning


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Reserve table
Apl
Consulate Healthcare of
Melbourne, 3033 Sarno The
Road, Melbourne, seeks Police
vendors for its craft baza accpt
scheduled for Saturday, Citizen
Nov. 29, from 8 a.m`. to 4 Classes
p.m. be from
The outdoor event will There
feature handmade home- apply fo
mra ucts dVendo spae ic a
costs $25. Vendors must work in
provide their own table, The de;
tent and other displays. tions is
For information, call mation,
(321) 255-9200. applicat

Sign up for parade toau~i
The Rilelbourne Light
Pard seek pacipan s
scheduled for Dec. 13 at 6 hol
p.m. Noteme s ebveennBe
detemine fourth vent Brea
but entries must comply Wickhau
with the holiday theme bourne,
must be lighted. All new FriendlJ
interested parties should e- Expo
mail melbournelight through
parade@yahoo.com for an from 9::
application. For those daily.
without internet access, call Admi
(321) 255-1863 and provide ages 13
a street address to receive a for ages
mailed application. for chile
The Melbourne Light free for
Parade also seeks sponsors and you
for the event. For informa-
tion, call1321-544-1777. See NO'


ply to police
West Melbourne
Department will
applications for its
Police Academy.
at the academy will
6:30-8:30 p.m.
Sis no charge to
,r the academy and
odnolsde wnhto oh
SWest Melbourne.
adline for applica-
Nov. 28. For infor-
or to obtain an
ion, visit the West
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rd Zoo, 8225 North
m Road, Mel-
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Friday Nov. 28,
SSunday, Nov. 30,
30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
ssion is $11.50 for
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;60 and older; $8.50
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o~f' at~PSrres nt CotwCtiG~ons,
ands all arresteesir a~re pre=

bug ntun IIr~~o


Dgpgggggg
r~gory- Anthony
Holmes, 31, of 674 Stur,
bridge Terrace, Plm Bay,
was charedj Nov, 14 as a
habitual arafi~c offender
driving onl a supspnded
Alfrea 1Marie Hat~cher,
27, of 1008 Linea St, Me~l.
bourne, was charg No~v. 15
with possession of cocaine

sjion of cocaies, poses~s~io
ofY cannab~e and possjession


Melbourne, we ch ead


*Robert2, CaRo~IneI, 44, of
115 B, Breverd Dr~pjiv, Mel

w~ ithgad thef auto
Thoma1B s Jmes Maceyg,

chargedNv. 16si~~ with~ felny
driving undEr the9 inJflunc,
driving while Blicens sus1=
opened and~ refusal~ to sub=
mittoate ~stor1 irmlikent.
a Ra~ndy GasB /fhg, iSO; of
000ln Adia$ 4, Ml=
hume;6 wasil carg~ed Nov.~ 17
with aggravate battrry an a
pr:ognant wo~man and bat=
Jamia David Loches
Palm Sayi, wa~s Eharged Nov.


17 with' selling a controlled
substance antd possession of
at cont-rolled substanee with
h tte a Ivid Phippls, 483,
address unknown, was
''"" "'1r~r Nov. 17 with utt~er-
inrg a orared instrument.
Judthl Marie Smith
Tgoaes, 47, of 724 Le Veta
Dr~ive, West~ Melbourne, was
r 1.uysl. I Nov. 17 w~ith selling
cai~ne, psoassesion of a
controlled substance with
intent to sell, possession of
drug parapshernalia, resist-
ing arrest withou-t violence
and~ two co>untS of on-site
virol~ation of probal7;tionl/vio~
lation of comtmunity con-
trol
o ~nlf y 1 Arga o3~n 4
Of ErbOU- Iw on th NR

el ~~d flV da ait 1
ed liesnse, driving whle
Yd~ao Iupnd d rst et a
Jaon M, FKenny\. 27, of
1856~ BarRIngton rinlh-,
Rockledge, was charged
Nov.ir 18 withk pse~ssion of
cannabis and posess~aion of
fla controled subistanne.
Rirchard Leon Bais~eai,
SS, of 1200 Lakewood Dive~,
Melbourns, wascageld
Nov~ 19 with l
acqu~pf~etiri~ing/bann a con=
trolled IE~Substanc biy misap=
resent~ia tio/faud=

Wes~t Melbojburne


Duat~in Michaeli~ll!,,,o,
11, of 10 2~ Glendale Avte


N.E., Palm Bay, was charged
Nov. 14 with loitering or
prowling, burglary, petty
theft and two counts of on-

probation/violation of com-
munity control.
ohn Edward Lutzeler,
45, of 670 Thomas Jefferson
Lane, West Melbourne, was
charged Nov. 16 with felony
battery.
Aaron Joel Syrkus, 26, of
21 Strawbridge Ave., Unit
H1, West Melbourne, was
charged Nov. 20 with utter-
ing a forged instrument and
attempting to solicit/con-
spire,

Brevard Coun y
Sheriff~s O~ffit

of D roah An orru~e $1
Melbourne, was charged

r~liia 1 EecoatiCono, 2of
of 721 1&. University Blvd,,

No, 14,~!ll P Wibutlsne, was
tionE of pobatin,

ch-argedF- Nni. 14 with~ vio~la=
tion ef probataion:
nAndew M~ithels~l Powestii
47, nf ni Cl anterbry Lane,
Melbourne, was charged
Now~t 14 ~ith vnioaion of
probaio~in:
4nthoini Paul Wal~dinp,
to, on -n -r~ll ne on1~c/ neat ~
Melbour-ne, was chalrg~Ed
Now 14 with armed burgflary


wcith failure to appesar-traf-
fic anid twoQ counts of vpiola-
tion of probation.
onathan H-al Snow, 19,
address unkmen ws.
charged Now 19 wtvlh bur-
*Lawhrence Monroe
44~s
un wneh, w~as c atg
No~t: vI~ th vilation of

Michael Davild Manka,

Mel~o~c a t t8\ h~s
mplywa ith uals uao
"Hender registraton

of 2160 Avfocadio Aves. Mel=
bourne, wtas charged Now8
20 writh s~elling cocaine,
possess~ion of ~cocine,
mis~daemeanor thile to
appear, falure to a~pper=

to ~ele ia poieE offic Er,


lo~~- enw Lauspened drivi
resisting arrant withoeut
violoeae:


bourne, was charged Nov. 15
with felony failure to appear.
ay Ernest Saucier, 45, of
2800 Pineapple Ave., Mel-
bourne, wascsharged Novr.15
with two counts of violation
of community control.
*Ronaldl Althenli Snyder

Drivel, Melbourne, was

ss-hun lor o\Strol~b I $
stance and~ on= site violation

of o~galnlloal n f


308, Melbourne, wais
har~ged Nov.; 16 wthp driving
under the influence, not
having a valid dr~iver's
license and two co~unts of

Mihae~il Allen Marcoux, ~
40, of 4833 Buttonwood ~
Drive, Melbour-ner was
charged Nov.:17wi~thtvioln=
tion of probation,


merged Nov. to\I~ wth iola
tion of: probnt~ion,
Me nakt 'i ltor, i was shae

Nowj 10 w~ith violation of


probationn
*Cory Jay Haberman, 31,
of 7709 N, Wickham Road,
No. 57, Mrelboaurne, was
charged Nov 18wMithfrand-
ulent use of a credit card-
Keirts F~ound Michae~~l. St~.
of 3774 Thayrer Lane, Mel"
with ~two counts of iolation


23, of 170 Rocket Lane~s No

ekrgd N 1 it itn

g-iving a fa~se names and vio-
lationiof prbation,
NZanl Mawrlie Grier 45, of
314 Vesta Circle, Meslbourn~,
was c harged Nov. 19 ~with
ga~cnd theft,
1225 N, MiWickham Road, No.
725, Melbourne, was
!h:ngod~(: Nlot\. 19 w~ith on=site
violat~iion of probation~Ivio-


kgws was Qhin~ Nnmil eis, as

with fulony ifalur~e to appear-,

bourn&, wtas char-ged Nowx 19


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LINDA K. :"1
CHINODA ,
FLORIDA'S
BLOOD -L ,
CENTERS

made more poignant
during the holidays, but
there is something that we
can all do that won't cost
anything but a few min-
utes.
T'he.demand for blood is
especially acute. Medical
emergencies cannot be
scheduled, and our
community's blood supply
must be constantly
replenished. At any given
moment, there's only 72
hours worth of blood
available. If a terrible
accident or natural
disaster strikes, the supply
can diminish in hours.
Even more daunting is the
fact that only about 5
percent of those eligible to
donate blood actually do
so. *
As the holidays
approach, the need for
blood and food reaches a
peak simply because more
people are out and about
"bumping into each
other." You may ask


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Call the Hometown Rants & Raves-line at

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


Election costs are an obscenity

Am I alone in thinking that the amount of money spent
on the recent elections is an obscenity? Especially (in) the
presidential race? After all, more than $1 billion for a job
that pays $400,000 per year is one heck of an investment.
Overall, politicians spent $5.3 billion in the (recent) elec-
tion. That's a lot of money, folks. I did a little figuring and
came up with the following,
*$300 million of the above would provide $40,000 per
year for about 7,500 medical technicians, teachers, law
enforcement officers, fire fighters and childcare workers.
I'm sure yu gt the mess ge
Personally, I feel that it is time to place time limits on
political campaigns; such as: 60 days for local elections, 120
days for state level contests and six to nine months for
national contests.
If someone with political aspirations cannot get their
message across within those time limits, I sincerely doubt
that prond sould be veryefes tte mn getting anything


Here we go, again

Well, here we go, again another dog bit another kid. This
dog was tied in the back yard, or chamned, as the story goes,
a lab mix, in the backyard where there is a child's daycare,
Nobody knows how the child got out. That is not the pomnt.
It is on private property behind a fence. That is not the
point. The pomnt is that another ignorant dog owner (was)
chaining a dog up in an anti-social spot where it cannot
have a good life. And what does the dog do when a child
annoys it? It bites.
The fact that the dog was chained just proves again that





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Wat does ever-very-n ne
one have, yet

You can give it, and get it.
No one can recreate it and
there is no substitute for
it, but you can use some-
one else's. And if you don't
have it, or get it, you'll die.
You guessed it, the
correct answer is blood.
What better time than
the holidays to kick off our
season of giving? Florida's
Blood Centers is proud to
partner with the Florida
Association of Food Banks
and Publix for this annual
campaign. Though many
of us are tightening the
purse strings, we might
just be more likely to roll
up our sleeves and give
not money, but our blood.
Perhaps it doesn't come
as much of a surprise that,
throughout our communi-
ty, people are in need
financially and medically.
As Orlando Sentinel
columnist Mike Thomas
reported recently, more
and more Central Floridi-
ans are turning to food
Banks to feed themselves
and their families because
of economic hardship.
This is a troubling tritth


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yourself: what can I do as
an individual to help meet
my community's need for
these essentials?
We have an answer.
Make a donation that
takes nothing but time
and gives life, as well as a
free mini-physical that
now includes screening for
diabetes. When you
donate blood with FBC


from Nov. 17~to. Dec. 31,
not only will your blood be
used to treat patients in
need at local hospitals,
you will also receive a gift
card worth $10 that you
can use at any Publix
supermarket.
Alternatively, you may
choose to direct FBC to
donate the gift card to
your local food bank to


distribute to those in
need. That way, your
donated blood, along with
the re-distributed Publix
supermarket card, will
.stay right in the communi-
ty where you donate and
live. Either way, you'll give
and receive. Even if it's just
getting a good feeling, it
will last far longer than the
current campaign.


To donate, simply visit
any FBC branch office or
the Big Red Bus. To locate a
branch ne~a~r y 6c~all toll-

vi it www~flor idasblo dcen-
ters. org.
Remember, like food,
there is no substitute for
human blood.
Anne K. Chinoda, presi-
dent &, CEO, Florida's Blood
Centers.


the owner of the dog was too lazy to bother with basic train-
ing, or bother to have Ithe dog be a member of the family. I'm
not saying the dog should be interacting with children. No, I
don't believe that dogs and children, in those cases, should
be interacting (with each other.)
Another dog will have a label put on it because of the
ignorance and stupiidity, and probably unintelligence, of the
dog owner. It is too bad that when you have a dog, you are
not forced by the law to (provide it with) basic training and
further training. So, another kid gets bit and another dog
gets lab la stgra"


Quit smoking?

If we all stop or quit smoking, do you people realize the
further huge impact that would have on our economy?
From government to medical personnel and institutions,
thousands more will be put out of work. Good health does-
n't necessarily pay.
Scar tacti s

I wonder if the ranter who compared (President-elect
Barack) Obama to (Adolf) Hitler without naming (Mr.)
Hitler just doesn't know anything or is trying to scare peo~
ple. Doesn't the ranter know that after (President-elect)
Obama was the director of the Developing Communities
Project, managing a six-figure budget, he entered Harvard
Law School and graduated magna cum laude? While at Ha -
vard, he was elected president of the Law Review, a presti-,
gious honor in the law profession. Perhaps the ranter forgot
that (President-elect) Obama taught constitutional law at
the University of Chicago for 12 years as well as practicing
law and also served as an Illinois state senator for seven
years?' Oh, he was also elected to the United States senate
and served there for three years. Should I mention he has
written two books? Perhaps ranter should read them. It's
grand to have an intelligent, articulate president (elect) who
actually understands the Constitution.

No job? Volunteer
I know that times are tough. Jobs are few and far between.
But for those of us who are unemployed and seeking jobs,
there is a way to network and feel useful at the same time.
It's called volunteering. Many hospitals, charities and cor
portions are in tight financial straits, with a hiring freeze
placed by higher-ups. They have had to reduce their pay-
rolls and eliminate personnel. Yet the work remains the
same. It does not diminish. People are needed to accom-
plish the same tasks. Volunteers lighten the load and may
create a job for themselves when a paid opening occurs.
Are you stuck at home because you can't afford to put gas
in your car?
.Try cruising the neighborhood for those who need the
garbage taken to the curb, lawns mowed or dogs walked.
While these may seem mundane tasks, they are desperately
needed by more than you canlirnagine.tomk otc ih

people who need a friendly shoulder to help bear their bur-
dens.
eSo, until you haveha "rlealdso ," volunt or your time and
Yfou'll bo ladyoeo hudieds ofognz
Yo'lb gla yOU d

Library~ is the best

I Would like to rave about the Brevard County Public
Library.
Wilel I moved to Melbourne, one of.the first things I did
was get my library card. Boy, am I glad I did-
Because I have limited income, I cannot afford to join
those mail-away movie rental clubs, or use the movie rental
retailers. At the library, I can rent up to 10 niovies for two
days, as long as they are not the new releases. Because I
don't have cable television service, those movie rentals from
the library keep me entertained for the entire weekend.
The library has large print books for people whose eye-
sight isn't what it used to be. The new books are in a display


and offer an interesting read, with a variety of topics .and
cultures within the pages.
Even artwork is available for "borrowing." I have done
that, too.
Children have all kinds of opportunities for fun story
times, crafts, puppet shows, and Wii games.
And, don't forget the computers. I can go online to check
e-mail, reserve a motel room or check the calendar at Dis-
ney World. I can even type a report and print it out.
Thanks, Brevard County Public Library. You're the best.

Salute Keep Brevards Beautiful
I have a rave about Keep Brevard Beautiful. My husband
and I were at the beach the other day when we noticed a
group of young people slowly walking down the beach with
buckets, 'bags and grabbers, meticulously cleaning, up
garbage. We approached them and found out, they were a
group of volunteers and Brevard Community College stu-
dents working for Keep Brevard Beautiful. They did such a
wonderful job, cleaning up quite a long stretch of beach.
What thankless work it must be picking up what others have
so thoughtlessly cast aside. The entire community should
be grateful to them for the hard work they do in preserving
the beautiful natural areas that Brevard County has to offer.
Many people come from all over the world to visit our area
and seeing these young people doing such a fantastic com-
munity service made me think that the community as a
whole should be more conscious of the beauty that sur-
rounds us. We should not be so careless with our garbage.
Thank you so much Keep Brevard Beautiful for taking the
time to clean up after others. We salute you.

Where is sidewalk?

I took this photo on Friday, Nov. 7, as I was coming home
from work. (The photo shows a man on a bike following a
lady in a wheelchair riding on the shoulder of the road.) I
see this all the time people in wheelchairs using the shoul-
der of U.S. 1 to go to (the grocery store). This location is
approximately in front of the power plant south of Fay
Boulevard on U.S. 1. I also see pedestrians, bikers (that's
me), mothers with strollers, etc. Obviously, this is a very
dangerous situation, and I'm wondering why there is no
sidewalk at this location. Is it a violation of the Americans
with Disabilities Act that people with disabilities are
forced to use the four-foot shoulder to get groceries? Does
the Department of Transportation incur any liability in the
event of an accident? Why isn't there a sidewalk at this loca-
tion to begin with? And for your information, this whole
area of U.S. 1 from Titusville to Cocoa either has no sidewalk
at all, or, if there is sidewalk, it's a shambles.

HOW many can we bail lout?

Now we have the automobile industry getting ready to be
flushed down the old toilet unless "we" bail them out and
give the CEOs a million-dollar bonus. Let's see...how many
walk-oixts have they performed and strikes for more money
and benefits and whatever the union could come up with to
squeeze more money out of the American car-buying pub-
lic? More increases to autoworkers means more for the
union bosses and CEOs. Lets face it, the bosses will not su~f-
fer like the workers will. They may have to sacrifice one of
their winter homes in the Virgin Islands or Barbados. But
now, the workers will see what it's like to be belly up. Some
making up to $80 per hour with time, experience and raises
behind them for their knowledge and loyalty. What good
will their raises do them now? Has anyone, even the unions,
thought about trying to keep the industry open and running
by offering the workers less, and sometimes much less, then
their greedy wages just to keep their family fed and homes
out of foreclosure? Living in a shelter is not the ideal situa-
tion for families when you lose your home. You know most
have lived beyond their means figuring the auto industry
would never go under.
Well, guess what, it is, fr-om the looks of it. But maybe, just
maybe, there are enough gas guzzling SU~s left over that
canl be used as mobile homes. Hmmrnm...an SUV park,
with playground and all. Voila, problem solved.


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The Melbourne Police
Department seeks residents
who would like to be a part of
the Volunteer Citizens Obser-
vance Patrol. Citizens who
participate in the "V-COP
program are trained to assist
the police patrol division-
The 40-hour training class
is tentatively scheduled for
February and includes
instruction on observation
techniques, police proce-
dures, traffic control, safe
driving techniques and basic
law enforcement rules and
regulations.
Applicants must be U.S. cit-
izens, have valid Florida dri-
ver's licenses and must
undergo background checks
and be willing to volunteer at
least 12 hours a month.
For information, call (321)
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Periodontist donateS
feeS t0 charities

Melbourne periodontist Dr.
Lee Sheldon has stopped
chagn for periodontal and
de ta ipla pt examinations.
Instead, he asks patients to
donate a minimum of $50 to
charity and he does the exam
nation and all of the X-rays at
no chare Some patients
donate mre than the $50
Thus far, his office has col-
lected more than $50,000 in
charitable contributions and
seeks to attain the goal of
$100,000.
Seven charities have been
supported in this campaign
and include The Haven for
Children, The Brevard
Alzheimer's Association,
South Animal Care Center,
The Space Coast Early Inter-
vention Center, Mazon, The
Way to Happiness Founda-
tion and The M.O.R.GALN.
Project.
For information, call (321)
259-9980.


degree in marketing, Mr.
Hawkins moved to Brevard m
1992. He has more than 15
years' experience in the finan-
cial services industry, includ-
ing banking, mortgages,
investments and insurance.
He serves as a member of the
executive committee of the
Cocoa Beach Area Chamber
of Commerce board of direc-
tors and is active in several
local nonprofit organizations.

Judge honored
The Central Florida Chap-
ter of the American Board of
Trial Advocates has named
Circuit Judge Bruce W.
Jacobus as Trial Judge of the
Year, honoring him for exem-
plifying the highest ideals of
the judiciary. The award was
recently presented to Judge
Jacobus at the organization's
ann~iual judiciary luncheon at
Embassy Suites in downtown
Orlando.
Judge Jacobus is presently
assigned to the civil/family
division in Brevard County.

TRDA adds
cmpane
Two medical device com-
panies and a software services
enterprises are the three
newest businesses to be
served by the Technological
Research and ~Development
Authority.
The businesses are:
*Abilities MedTech, a med-
ia eviceanomdsany ume -

mnulti-task lifting device for
the disabled.
*NexGen, a medical device
company developing innova-
tive health-related products.
*Eikona Systems, a compa-
ny that specializes in distrib-
uted military training, trans-
portation, remote data
acquisition and in-flight
entertainment systems and
software services.
Call (321) 773-3841 for
information.

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fatalities involve drivers with
BACs of 0.16 or higher.
Moreover, drugs and driving
may be a larger problem than
once thought. According to one
study of drivers withoixt alcohol
in their systems who were
sit ped by policeefor reckhe s
marijuana and 25 percent had
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The site features an updat-
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Paralegal associatiOM
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The Brevard ParalegalAsso-
ciation hosted itsl17th Annual
Installation and Awards Ban-
quet Oct. 9 at the Eau Gallie
Yae teleunt began with a
social hour and was followed
by the installation of the 2008-
09 executive board recog-
nized and sworn in by Brian
Onek, president of the Bre-
vard County Bar Association.
The 2008-09 executive
board consists of president,
Debra A Clark; vice president,
Patricia Wright; treasurer
Mjaureen S. Martens; secre-
tary, Suzanne Mair; and direc-
tor at large, Jenny Lawton
Seal.
In addition, BPA presented
its Community Service award
to Clifton A. McClelland Jr. for
his contributions to the com-
munity
Other awards bestowed
were: Paralegal of the Year to
Roma Molinaro; the
Roseanne Nelson Profession-
al Development Scholarship
to Nandra Ramnarine; and a
$500 student scholarship to
Sylvia Cowan.
For more information
about the association, e-mail
Patricia Wright at


Pest control
company saves
environment

Slug-A-Bug, a termite, pest
and lawn care company
located at 2091 North Harbor
City Blvd., Melbourne, was
recognized recently by Pest
Management Professional
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ment to reducing the amount
of pesticide risk in the envi-
ronment.
Slug-A-Bug sees its primary
role as a protector of the envi-
ronment by moving toward a
greener philosophy in its
operations. It offers organic
products and advice on pre-
venting pest infestation. The
company participates in
reducing paper use, paper
recycling and efficient energY
use-
For information, call (321)
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Books benefit
literacy center

Co e B eavre Conmunith\
Theta Kappa' Chapter collect-
ed 20 boxes of new and used
textbooks for Better World
Books. Proceeds will be used
to fund the National Center
for 'Family Literacy, plus 50
cents from every book sold
returns to the local chapter.
Funds from the project will
be used to support the mem-
bers of the Alpha Alpha
Kappa Chapter of Phi Theta
Kappa, the TiktusT~ aCampus
Chapter of h ht Kappa,
as the club is self-funded.
For information, call (321)
433-5064.

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COCOA BEACH -While
leftovers will be on most of
our minds this Thanksgiv-
ing weekend, residents of
Cocoa Beach will be
thinking about art.
What better way to walk
off the holiday meal than
by strolling the streets of
Cocoa Beach and admir.
ing the work from local
and statewide artists?
The 45th annual Space
Coast Art Festival, sched-
Suled for Nov. 27-30, has
become a holiday tradition
for the city.
"It's a kick- off for the

Din is aebamvice
Coast Art Festival. "It's a
tradition in Cocoa Beach
and a great time to start
Christmas shopping.
More than 200 artists
will display art in nine
categories, which include
oils and acrylics, watercol-
ors, graphics, collages and
printmaking, clay, sculp-
ture, photography, glass,
jewelry and leather, fiber
and paper and wood.
A panel of judges
selected the artists for the
show. back in May, said Ms.
Kirschenbaum.
"Artists submit photos of
their work and we bring in
a panel of judges that
includes art professionals,
museum directors and art
teachers. We limit it to 235
artists and this year we
had about 500 submis-
sions from all over the








UPCOMING EVENTS

Auditions: Sunday, Nov.
30, and Monday, Dec. 1, at 7
p.m., for "Oliver," a musical. A
large cast is needed. Directed
by Bryan Bergeron, the show
will run Feb. 20 through Mar.
8 at Surfside Playhouse,,300
itmp Ro~ad, Cocoa3Beac .
information.
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1, ando 'uedaos rc id, at 7
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*Art and Antique Studio:
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STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 11-28-2008

Aries March 21-April 19
Seize every moment like
there is rio tomorrow. Wonry
Only saps your energy and
burns you out. You know
what you want. Refuse to let
fear, doubt or indecision
hold you back. Continue to
move your life folvvard. Be
bold. You have the dream.
You have the desire. You are
our zodiac leader. Take
cage and lead us on to vic-


Taurus April 20-May 20
You were boirn responsible.
Stay calm during the holi-
days. It could be stressful- if
you try to take on too many
projects. Do you know how
to say no when you dori't
want to do. certain things
your heart isn't in? If you
don't, now is the time to
learn. Maintain your balance
and space and your energy
remains strong. Ask for help
when you need to.

Gemini May 21-June 21
You can only live' one day at
a time, but you can plan a lit-
tle ahead. Figure out what
Syou want three, six and nine
months ahead. Make these
short, medium and long-
range goals. This gives you
time to plan ahead so' you
are not always under pres-
sure. This solves the prob-
lems of procrastination,
patience and unrealistic
expectations.

Cancer June 22-July 22
Your love of life and others
will always pull you through
tough times. No one but you
can find the necessary bal-
ance to keep you moving for-
ward. Stress is caused by not
heeding this call and giving
.out more than is coming
back. Redefine this desire
and stay centered. Now give
to others who need you. This
is what ~h piness is all
about.

Leo July 23-Aug. 22
Your decision-making skills
are especially strong .now.
The activities you place in'
motion have a great chance
of succeeding. Delegate less-
Simportant responsibilities to
upwardly-mobile associates.
This frees you to take care of
the most important ones
and also gives others a big
vote of confidence. Your
recognition moves you way
ahead.


Photo courtesy of Diane Kirschenbaum
More than 200 artists will showcase their work at the 2008 Space Coast Art Festival.
The four-day event is scheduled from Nov. 27-30.


state," said Ms. Kirschen-
baum.
First, second and third
prizes will be awarded for
each category, plus a best
in show award. .
"We get a high level of
artists. It's not your
normal arts and crafts
fair," said Ms. Kirschen-
baum.
Bruce Reynolds, a mixed
media artist, has p'artici-
pated in the show for more
than 10 years.
He designed last year's
festival poster and has
won first prize in the
sculpture category for the
past five years,
"'I don't get to show miy
art too much locally and


feature a food court with
local restaurants such as
the Heidelberg, Omelet
Station, The Surf and Slow
and Low Barbeque.
The festival stage will
feature live music through-
out the event and evening
street parties scheduled
Nov. 28 and 29 will include
local bands~rintage and
Dub City Tkibe.
A'fyoung at art" children's
craft and entertainment
areawillmiclude free craft-
making, clowns and face
painting.
Award winners will be
announced Nov. 30.
For information, visit
www.spacecoastartfestival~c
om or call (321) 784-3222.


this gives me a chance. It's
a nice show for the artists
and it's a nice time of year.
Everyone is excited about
the holidays and it's a nice
time to be out and around
people," he said.
In addition to the
professional artists
showcasing their works, a
studerit art show, sched-
uled Nov. 29 from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m., will include more
than 450 pieces of art from
Brevard County students
in grades K-12.
The students' artwork
will be judged in all nine
categories, with first-,
second- and third-place
prizes.
The art festival will also


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a.m. to 5 p.m. Call (321)
242-2222.
reenwood Gallery:
1520 Garden St., Titusville.
Open 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday and
10 a.m. to 1 p.mn. Saturday-
Call (321) 268-3362.
*Hands Above LLC Studio
& Gallery: 4525 S. Hopkins
Ave., Titusville. Open Tuesday
through Saturday 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. Call (321) 567-4932
or visit
www.handsabovellc~com.
*IMAGO Arts Gallery: 701
E. New Haven Ave., upstairs,
Melbourne. Call (321) 953-
521 or e-mail o~o.

* Kenned Space Center
Gallery: Kennedy Space
Center Visitor Complex,
NASA Parkway off State Road
405, Cape Canaveral. Open 9
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. every day
except Christmas and launch
days. Call (321) 452-2121.
See OUT, B2


month, and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday. Call (321) 253-
5553.
*Art Gallery and Studio:
802 E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Open 11 a.m. to
5 p.m.. Monday through
Saturday. Call (321) 720-
7532.0,
*Brevard Art Museum:
1463 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. O en 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Tues ay through
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 7 p~m.
Thursday and 1-5 p.m.
Sugjiay. Call (321) 242-0737
or visit www.brevardartmu-
seum.org.

History ad Mc une: 201
Michigan Ave., Cocoa. Open
Monday through Saturday 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday
noon to 4 p.m. Call (321)
632-1830.
*Brigantine Gallery: 80 S.
Orlando Ave~., Cocoa Beach.
Open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Saturday


and Sunday by appointment.
Call (321) 783-7430.
*Cuba! Gallery of Fine
Art: 541 E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Open Monday
through Saturday, 10 a.m. to
6 p m. Call (321) 729-8800
or visit www.cubagalleryflon- -
do.com.
*Downstairs Gallery: 909
E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. Call (321) 727-8470.
*Fifth Avenue Art Gallery:
1470 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 1-5 p.m.
Tuesday through Saturday.
Call (321) 259-8261.

Desig S uiA: GI Harbo
City Blvd., Melbourne. Open
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Saturday. Call (321)
725-7005 or visit www.fore-
mana comn.
u unkcy Gallery:
1372 Hi land Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open Monday
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Dueto Thanksgiving,
an early deadline
has me writing this
before the weekend has
ended. My weekend
explorations will be report-

n raln
started, however.
The Frontenac Flea
Market in Prt St. lohn was
to xpasv fo et
complete in the time I
allotted. What fun saun-
tering through the shel-
tered market, which housed
bargains galore. I only had a
few dollars on me, so my
purcbhsebsowerle lmted to
miniature jade Buddha and
a lare, plump, hnsd purple
merchant who took a debit
card, so I quickly claimed
two coveted stainless steel
frying pans, each costing no
more than their inferior
"specially coated" counter-
parts at discount retailers. I
will return with mucho
greenbacks" at my next
visit.
Starhawk Productions
and Viera High School
presented "Marathon 33,"
by June Havoc, better
known as "Gypsy," in the
High school auditorium.
Despite a second-rare
Theater area -with straight-
backed chairs, glaring
overhead house lights and
inf riorsstag lighting #-ste

rate performances in the
story of the marathon
dances of the 1930s. Each
character onstage caught
my eye at different
moments. Talented singers
and musicians were wel-
directed to showcase their
skills while not usurping
the spotlight..Note to the
school board: these stu-
dents are worthy of a better
entertainment venue. Put it
high on the budget list
After fasting for blood
work last Friday, I decided ,
to treat myself to breakfast
at mny favorite breakfast
spot Sun on the Beach on
A1A in Satellite Beach. They
have, by far, the best
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*Silken Galleria: 912-A E.
New Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Saturday, and
noon to 4 p.mn. Sunday. Call
(321) 733-2788.
*Sunshine Framing and Art
Gallery: 5410 Murrell Road,
Suite 111, Viera. Open 10 a.m..
to 5:30 p.m. Monday through
Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.mn.
Saturday. Call (321) 433-3332.
*Sundancer Gallery: 6
Florida Ave., Cocoa Village.
Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday through Saturday, and
noon to 6 p.m. Sunday. Call
(321) 631-0092.
The Downtown Gallery:
335 S. Washington Ave.,
Titusville. Open 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Friday
and 11 a.m. to 3 p.mn. Saturday.
Call (321) 268-0122.
*Two Feathers Gallery: 833
E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Satur-
day. Call (321) 733-1227
*Valiant Air Command
Warbird Museum: Space
Coast Regional Airport, 6600
Tico Road, Titusville. Open 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. every day. Call
(321) 268-1941 or visit
www.vacworbirds.org.


*Ventana al Mundo: 210
Brevard Ave., Cocoa Village.
Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday through Thursday, 10
a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and
SSaturday, and noon to 4 p.m.
Sunday. Call (321) 633-5151.
*Waterfire Studio &
Gallery: 1875-C South Patrick
Drive, Indian Harbour Beach.
Open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday through Friday and
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Call
(321) 779-5001.


*Cocoa Village Playhouse:
300 Brevard Ave., Cocoa. Call
(321) 636-5050.
*Henegar Center for the
Arts: 625 East New Haven
Ave., Melbourne. Call (321)
723-8698.
*Melbourne Civic Theatre:
Located at 817 E. Strawbridge
Ave., Melbourn~e. Call (321)
723-6935.
*The Theatre Company:
Not affiliated with but per-
forms at Brevard Community
College, 250 Community
College Parkway, Palm Bay.
Call (321) 723-3056 or visit
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table, with a view of the
ocean. It's best to go with a
large appetite because it is
all you can do not to "lick
the platter clean."
Remember to be grateful,
not only on Thanksgiving
but everyday. Here are just a
few things for which I am
grateful:
My health, a hot shower
evrethdsay,n nyfedmand
insure that I have it, my job,
my home, my loved ones,
my car, the Florida sun,
opportunities to enjoy life, a
bth th t, ysposmor sho o
accepts what she can't -
change -me.
For what do you give
thanks?
Gas prices continue to
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Monday, Dec. 1. Lutheran
Church of the Redeemer,
corner of Babcock Street
and Avenue A, Melbourne.
Call (321)724-1421.
*Space Coast Table
Tenmis: Monday and
Wednesday, 7 p.m. Veteran's
Memorial Center, 400 S.
Sykes Creek Parkway,
Merritt Island. (321) 784-
21*e ePlace: For adults
who have lost a loved one.
Meets in several locations
throughout Brevard County.
Call for meeting times and
locattions. 321) 253-2222,
*Overeaters Anonymous:
7:30 p.m. Thursday -
Central Brevard Library, 308
Forrest Ave., Cocoa. 7:30
p.m. Sunday Circles of
Care, 1770 Cedar Circle,
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1010-B E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Open 11 a.m. to 7
p.m. Monday through Thurs-
day, 11 a.m. to 9 p~m. Friday
and Saturday and noon to 5
p.m. Sunday. Call (321) 722~
6000 or visit www.lopression-
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*Mud Flats Pottery: 1518-D
South Babcock St., Melbourne.
Open Tuesday through
Saturday. Hours vary. Call
(321) 951-1310-
*North Brevard Historical
Museum: 301 S. Washington
Ave., Titusville. Open 10 a.m. to
3 p.m. Tuesday through
Saturday. Call (321) 269-3658.
*Old Town Hall History
Center: 2373 Oak St., Mel-.
bourne Beach. Open Saturday,
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call (321)
676-0660.
*Rossetter House Histori-
cal Museum: 1320 Highland
Ave., Eau Gallie section of
Melbourne. Open 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Monday through. Saturday
and 1-4 p.m. Sunday. Call
(321) 254-9855.


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alized astrology reading or
compatibility cart could be
just what the dctor o dred
A private reading, an excite
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inspirational group talk or a
dynamic business seminar
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Have a starry week, every-
one.

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goodwill. and happiness is
the result.

Sagittarius Nov. 22-Dec. 21
The joy of achievement is
the fuel that ignites the fire
in your soul. Nothing thrills
you more t an seeing a
plan work out that gives joy
to yourself and those in
your divine circle of life. The
timing is awesome for tak-
ing action on your goals.
Why Bcea e your sins
are in your house giving
you great favor. Go for it!

Capricorn Dec.22-Jan 19
Your life is a journey, not a
destination. Keep honing
your skills. You are a tireless
seeker of truth and a strong
inspiration to others
s arch nga 1o th- trui .

All you give to others is
ready to come back multi-
plied. Your greatest
strength is in your warm,
caring heart. No one has a
greater one.

Aquarius- Jan.20-Feb. 18
Because of your strong con-
science you never have to
look back. The key to your
success is to make the best
use of what you have on
hand. Your resourcefulness
is legion. Life isn't always
perfect, but you never let
the challenges stop you.
Teuse eene alitielsd y
and start a great new one.
Thanks for being there.


Pisces Feb. 19-March 20
You deserve the best in life
because you give the best.
You always know what the
rest of us need. Your love of
apirit, family and others is
why you are so successful.
You are going in the right
direction. These deep
irlsi hts into basic truth
continue to amaze your
family and friends. What a
strong force you are. How
lucky we all are. You open
our hearts.

Star visions

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isn't fun, don't do it; Keep a
srong focus on your top
priorities so you don't get
scattered. Scattered energy
is wasted energy. Saturn is
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Libra Sept. 23-Oct. 22
Your positive attitude has
brought you safely through
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Your natural passion for life
is a positive influence on
many others around you.
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main goals. This allows you
to fill in with lesser ones as
needed. The holidays will
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I'd like to share with you
how I handled the "I wants"
that go on and on with
children at Christmas. I
explained that many
children throughout the
world didn't have anything,
so moms and dads who
could afford it sent Santa
money for toys their
children wanted so then
Santa could give presents to
the poor children who had
nothing. Now you can
negotiate, choices can be
made and there will be no
disappointments, since they
know how much money you
can afford to send Santa.
Makes sense, doesn't it?
Common sense tells us
that Santa doesn't have time
to set up a tree and he
certainly doesn't have time
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Friday, November 28, 2008


Hometown News


B4 Melbourne


Gifts are exchanged on
Christmas Eve both to
family members and kids.
Presents to be exchanged
are wrapped and placed
under the tree. Since Santa
hasn't come yet, nobody
knows what he will brmng.
Try it my way.
It worked for us through
four kids and they kept the
faith longer. By the way,
(God forgive me), when my
kids said their friends'
parents told them other-
wise, I told my kids they
(the parents) were liars.
Now that I have confessed
my sin let's get to the
Thi~s week we'll cover
some delicious cookie
recipes. You can mix up
most of the batters now,
freeze them and when
baking time is here, how
easy will your life be?
Be aware that when I
recommend Smart Balance
butter substitute, which
works great in place of
butter or margarine, I'm not
talking light; it is too soft
and will not work.
Enjoy. See you next week.
Remember: Preheat the
oven for 20 minutes.

UCLTIMATE
CHOCOLATE CHIP
COOKlE
This is a superb recipe
and nddgtlydifferent from

2 cups plus 2 tablespoons
unsifted bleached all-
purpose flour
1/::ta: !!"fing
soda
1-1/2 sticks unsalted
butter (no substitutes),
melted and then cooled
just 'til warm (very
"" "p bon sugar, 1/2
ahe"t ad 1/2 dark, firmly
1/2-cup granulated sugar
11large egg plus l yolk
2 teaspoons vamilla
1-2 cups chocolate chips
1/2-cup chopped pecans
or walnuts
Heat oven to 325 degreeki.
Adjust oven racks to uppe -
and lower-middle posi-
tions.
Mix flour, salt and baking
soda together in a medium
bowl, set aside.
Using an electric mixer,
mix cooled butter and
sugars until thoroughly
blended. Mix in egg, yolk
and vanilla. Add dry
ingredients, mix until just
combined. Stir in chips and
nuts.
Chill dough about 1/2-
hour. Shape teaspoon-size
pieces of dough into a ball
and place on a cookie sheet,
2 inclms apart. Do not
Bake, swapping cookie
sheets' positions on the
racks halfway through
bigh tgole Tbcroon esn
outer edges start to harden;
12-18 minutes. Centers will
still be soft and puffy.
This dough can be
refrigerated for two days
and frozen for two months.

See GRAMMY, B5


probably has sealed up with
sap. Use lukewarm water for
the first time of adding
water; add one aspirin to
that water for a tree up to 7
feet and two aspirin for a
larger tree. Add cold water
once or twice a day there-
after. If the water is gone the
trunk will seal and the tree
will die.


ello smart shoppers.
holiday cookbook
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reciper; it has bee n afavrorite
ever since.
1 cup sifted~ flour
1/2%-teaspoon baking
soda
1/2-teaspoon salt
1/2-teaspoon cinnamon
1 egg
1/2-cup dark brown sugar
(packed)
1/2-cup sugar


1/C'- ta-a-spou nt anilla
1 stick (1,/2-cup) butter or
buttet~~llri sinhmins, melted
and cooled
2 cups old-= fashined oats
1 cuMp ranisins
3/4-6r lcup Sift together flour;, heakling
soda, salt and cirnnmamn;
set aside.
Beat egg together with


sugars and vanrilla. Add
meltedl butter and mix
thoroughly. rCr:uhaullyll add
flour mixture, mix well. Add
oats; blend. Add raisins antd
nluts.
Treat cookie sheets with
cooking spraTy. Drop3 batter
by tea~spoonfulls onto sheets
and bakie for about 10
minutes inl a 350-degree
owen.


la av uailable for talks
from south Vero to H-obe
Sound. Call (772) 465-5656
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Wht~en a recipe is nzot in my
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four years, now, and have been running
their travel business out of Brevard
County for the last 15, Mr. Nolan said.
They visit Ireland every year with a
select group of paying customers who
soon become fast friends.
If you're feeling a little generous
toward your significant other, thenper-
haps it's an all-inclusive tour of the
cities of Killarney, Kinsale~and- Dublin
for this coming year?
The Nolans' next trip in 2009 will run
either in July or Septembet, said Mr.
Nolan. It covers much of the highlights
of southern Ireland, including stops in
Cohb, where many of our ancestors left
in steamer ships; some destitute, some
simply seeking a better life.
It also hits the highlights of Dublin
City, including world famous Kilmain-
ham Gaol (Jail) museum, which housed
the first leader of the Irish Free State
(Toaiseach) Eamon de Valera and many
other fighters for Irish sovereignty.
Mr. Nolan is from New Ross, County
Wexford Ireland and Mary is from
Duluth, Minnesota. .
The connection between Amenica
and Ireland is as strong today as it has
ever been.
Mr. Nolan can still recall U.S. Presi-
dent John E Kennedy walking up his


By David Kearns
dkearns@hometownnewsol.com
MELBOURNE Somewhere a turf fire
simmers, and a creel stands full beside
the hearth,
The holiday season means only one
thing to some of us: Saint Patrick's Day
is right around the corner.
The green soul will always appreciate
a gift harking back to the land of mists
and legends.
Do you know a special someone who
would appreciate a Claddagh ring or
some Belleek China?
Do you need a tin-flute, or perhaps ~a
bodhran (a Celtic drum) emblazoned
with the family crest to please a cousin
or a son? Maybe a Guinness rugby shirt
for a college freshman? .
These touchstones of Irish-Ameri-
cana are important during the holidays,
as a reminder that most of us are immi-
grants from somewhere, or descended
from them.
Perhaps 35 million of us here in the
states can trace our roots to Erin.
John and Mary Nolan own the Irish
Shop of downtown Melbourne and
Nolan's Pub of Cocoa Beach.
They've had the shop, located just a
few paces from Meg O'Malley's Pub, for


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
Kelly Johnson of Palm Bay is the manager of the Irish Store in downtown Mel-
bourne. Here she shows off some of the many gifts available in the store.


of the same name.
After Collins' death by assassination,-
Michael Nolan left Ireland to reside in
Seattle, Wash., during the civil war, which
resulted because Mr. Collins had brokered
a deal leaving off six counties in the north.
It was a controversial decision, which gave
Ireland an identity, yet split sympathies
within her. Michael Nolan never went
home again.
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Every year, the nonprofit raises about
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events in the county, said Eileen Cole,
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That sum covers the overhead on
those stores, staff, administration, vet-
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destitute, discarded and hungry ani-
mals alive at the Cox Road Shelter in
Cocoa.
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because of injury, or that has been dis-
carded domestically and is looking for a
second chance is a beneficiary
The Molly Mutt II, located in down-
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dhee ing orthhrlooug atheds who consign
If you don't expect to be stunned by
the quality of the artwork available in a
thrift store, prepare yourself.
DowYntown Melbourne's store has
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artists, both local and international,
said Brian Wintermute, store manager.
Many of the artists and photogra-
phers display. at the Molly Mutt II in a
65-35 split on consignments.
Joseph Sonday, a Miami artist who
moved to Sebastian six months ago,
said the arrangement is working out
fine, but he is definitely ready for the
Christmas buying season.
"I am an animal lover and that was
the reason, and I know Brian. He's the
first person I met up here.
"I pursued galleries here but they
want boats on beaches and palm trees, I
don't use other peoples' ideas. I gener-
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The company rents everything from
personal watercraft and kayaks to body
boards and surfing lessons.
They offer both two and three-seater
Yamaha personal watercraft and kayaks
for both singles and doubles, and rent
by the hour, day and for private events.
"W~e can deliver our kayaks to a cer-
tain location, they can launch them
from here in Merritt Island or trailer the
skis themselves," said Marcus Horschel,
owner of Surf & Ski Water Sports. "We
cater to regulars, tourists, first-timers,
everyone. We also partner with the
cruise ships from the Port."
Aside from its main location on Mer-
ritt Island, Surf & Ski also has two small-
er venues behind the Radisson Suites
Hotel in Indialantic and the Oceanside
Inn in Cocoa Beach. These locations
mostly offer surf lessons and boogie
board and beach cabana rentals, Mr.
Horschel said.
Surf & Ski plans to have specials on
services during the holidays and always
offers discounts for locals, members of
the military and students.
A gift certificate for one of the compa-
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Sure, that sweater you gave your loved
one will eventually serve its purpose.
But, this year, why not give a gift that
is sure to get their blood pumping and
adrenaline running?
Brevard County is home to a plethora
of action sports and activities for people
of all ages and all levels of experience.
From windsurfing and skateboarding
to wakeboarding and skydiving, the
possibilities are endless.
For decades, the Space Coast has
been known for its abundant beaches
and strong surfing community.
Catalyst in Mvelbourne Beach is one of
many surf shops throughout the county
and offers everything that an average
beachgoer or an avid surfer might need.
The shop, which opened in 2006, car-
ries junior's clothing and accessories,
swimwear, men's clothing and acces-
sories, men's shoes, watches, sunglass-
es, skim boards and both men's and
women's sandals.
Catalyst also boasts a full-service
skate shop, featuring boards, decks,
wheels and trucks in several different
models, said Jeremy Anderson, Catalyst
store manager,


It's easy to spend a few hours scoping
out the shop's selection up front, but
Catalyst is best known for its wide selec-
tion of surfboards, located in the back
room.
As a Lost surfboard warehouse, the
shop primarily carries the Lost brand,
but also offers both new and used
boards made by Chilli, Placebo and
Mark Richards, as well as Herbie Fletch-
er longboards.
Catalyst can also order custom boards
and offers a ding repair service to its
customers.
During the winter months, the shop
will promote its wide selection of wet-
suits, as well as jackets, long sleeve T-
shirts and hoodies for both girls and
guys, Mr. Anderson said.
"While you're at our shop, we also
encourage you to come scope out our
new Jacuzzi in the back, courtesy ofVita
Spa," Mr. Anderson said. "It's great in
the winter months after a long day of
surfing."
If surfing isn't for you, there are plenty
of other action sports that can be done
in the water.
Since 1993, Surf & SkiWater Sports on
Merritt Island has provided a sense of
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Another popular toyhas been the Melis-
sa and Doug wooden toys, said Ms. Derry.
They are designed for infants up to 8-year-
olds. The most popular is a puzzle shaped
like a pizza, with different toppings that
must go in place.
''They are kind of a new classic," she
said. "Because they are made of wood
they are durable and can go through a
couple ofkids."
Racetracks and racecars are very popu-
lar for boys, said Ms. Derry
"Even grown men still like them," she
said.
The science section isperfect to get chil-
dren thinking, said Ms. Derry. Some fun
gifts meclude a slime-making kit and
marshmallow launcher.
"I have all of the unique things that you
can't find in the big box stores," said Ms.
Derry.
Annie's Toy Chest is located atv405 Bre-
vard Ave., Cocoa Village. The store wiH
have extended hours Monday Thursday
9 a.m. to 6 p.ul., Friday- Saturday 9 a.m. to
8 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
With the recent trend toward "going
green," all-natural toys give children the
chance to learn about natural products
and renewable resources and use their
imagination.
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"A lot of grandparents like the classic games dominoese, chess
and checkers) because they can play them together with their
grandchildren.'


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WVhile some of the toys projected to be
the most sought-after this Christmas
include high-tech game systems and
Internet-linked stuffed animals, classic
toys offer a chance to bring families
together and inspire the imagination,
You won't find an Xbox 360 or dancing
Elmo doll in Annie's Toy Glest in Cocoa
Vilage, but shelves upon shelves of classic
and educattional toys as well as unique
board games, puzzles and puppets delight
children of all ages, said owner Teresa
Derry.
""These are toys that make you learn,"
she said. "And parents andgr~andparents
like to, come in and get the toys they love
and remember."
Glassic toys, such as marbles, paddle
ball, kaleidoscopes, ball-in-a-cup, jacks,
yo-yos, and pick-up sticks have remained
consistently popular, said Ms. Derry.
She ilso has classic Raggedyr Ann and
Andy dolls in various sizes, train whistles,
and classic games such as dominoes,
chess, and checkers.
"A lot of grandparents like the classic
games because they can play them
together with their grandchildren," she
said.


Telesa Derry
Annie's Toy Chest
business in Palm Bay, sells toys made
mostly of wood, with non-toxic finishes.
"Natural toys are open-ended and kid-
powered, meaning they are powered by
the imagination, not just by pressing a
button," she said. "The feel of something
organic is better for the senses."
Ms. Stickley makes some of the toys she
sells, including wooden tree houses that
serve as homes for "wee things," small
creatures such as famres, gnomes and ani-
mals.
The animals are not cartoonish, and
teach children about the environment,
she said-
"When they look real it makes it easier
for (children) to emulate their environ-
ment when they play," she said-
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Matt Molnar, cow~ner of Mlatts Bicycle
Center in Cocoa Beach, said there is noth-


ing better than finding a big present under
the tree on Christmas morning, and bicy-
cles have traditionally helped create that
excitement.
"Video games are so small. Children
like that big present under the tree," he
said.
Matt's Bicycle Center offers all different
types of bikes, from~tricycles to beach
cruisers to mountain bikes.
For those who already have a beloved
set of wheels, he offers accessories such as
horns, front baskets, drink holders, lights
and helmets.
A gift of a bicycle is also a present for the
whole family, he said.
"'Bikes bring everyone together more.
It's so nice outside you can ride to the
beach, to the park, or cy~cle to di~nnaer. t's a
good thing to park tlhe car and get somte
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beginners up to advanced. Kite World
also sells all types of flying toys, such
as Frisbees, water rockets, gliders and
boomerangs.
"It gets you outside and off of the
couch," said Ms. Bernard.
Parents enjoy giving them as gifts
because of the nostalgia, she said.
"It's pretty cool. They had it when
they were a kid and now they get to
share that experience with their chil-
dren," she said. Kite World is located
at 109 South Miramar Ave., Indialan-
tic, and is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday Friday. For information,
visit' www. kiteworld. comn.


During every tour, as they near his
hometown of New Ross, Mr. Nolan reads
a letter written to an American newspa-
per in 1870s, from a Wexford widow try-
ing to find any information at all on her
children, who had left years prior for the
states, never to be heard from again,
"I think it comes home to them, the
reality of it," Mr. Nolan said."These were
people who didn't leave because they
wanted to leave, but because they had
to, to make a better life." -
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street from Matt's Casbah, Main Street Pub
and a few doors down from Meg O'Mal-
ley's.
Foot traffic is picdng up as if to spite
gloomy economic reports from media out-
lets.
Watercolors by Kelly Harrison are very
popular, Mr.Wintermute said.
And itis not alljust aboit the art.Thereis a
healthy vinyl collection LPs to younger
readers old CDs, tapes common to all
thrifts.
All three outlets of the Molly Mutt Thrift
have clothes and antiques.
Ms. Cole said each of the stores, and the
Cocoa shelter will have the popular Humane
Society calendars available for $10, as well.


"I pUrSued galleries here but they want boats on beaches and
pairn trees. I don't use other people's ideas. I generate them in
my hed"

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The calendars can also be purchased
through your local veterinarians and at
Accent Framing in Titusville.
Central Brevard Hurane Society, located
at 1020 Cox Road, Cocoa or call (321)636-
3343.
Or visithlollyMutt thriftstores:
In Melbourne, Molly Mutt II is located at


728 E. New Haven Ave., Melb~ourne, or call
(321) 951 -3607.
In Rockledge, the store is located at 876 N.
.U.S. Highway 1, Rockledge, or call (321)
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Mr. Sonday's work includes richly
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"It is definitely a slower pace up here.
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From poinsettias to specialized Christ-
mas trees, Brevard County florists offer an
array of decorative items to spice up the
holiday season.
"Probably some of the most popular
gifts we offer are our centerpieces,
because everyone has company over (for
the holidays)," said Lori Larson, owner of
Suntree Florist & Gifts.
Some of the centerpieces include nose-
pleasing evergreen and roses, she said.
Other specialty gifts include a small.cabin.
and other art pieces made by Thomas
Kinkade.
"It's a way of giving someone something
warm," Ms. Larson said of Mr. Kinkade's
artwork.
The store also offers decorative wreaths,
candles, cards, ornaments, fresh and silk
flower arrangements, and a big holiday
favorite: poinsettias.
"You can plant them outside so they
come back year after year," Ms. Larson
said. "We put them in baskets with big
fancy bows, so they have the 'wow' factor."
Suntree Florist & Gifts opened almost
21 years ago. The store, at 6450 N. Wick-
ham Road, is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Titusville, customers can enjoy gazing at
about 10 Christmas trees adorned in style.
For example, one tree is decorated in a
jewel tone, and another has a chocolate
tone, said. Bonnie Smith, a designer at the
store. Shoppers can buy one of the trees or
'choose ornaments from them.
"We also have Tuscan home d~cor, with
brown and copper tones, that is very pop-
ul r" Ms. Smith ad.
Other popular items include specialty
ribbon and glittery spray, as well as silk
arrangements and centerpieces that are
made in the showroom, she said.
Customers. can have their homes deco-
rated by the store's employees, and can
have poinsettias and other items deliv-
ered to them.
The store has been serving the Titusville
area since 1956, and its current owner has
owned it for 10 years.
Floral Creations By Dawn is at 1351 S.
Washington Ave. It is open from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Saturday.

Call (321) 267-2137 or toll-free to (888)
543-5233, or visit www.floralcreationsby-
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Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. Saturday.
Call (321) 253-5511 or toll-free to (800)
817-3831, or visit www.suntreeflorist.com.
Center pieces, with or without candles,
are the biggest sellers at Pineda Florist in
Melbourne, storeowner and designer
Kimberly Salvador said.
The store also offers candles, gift bas-
kets, poinsettias and holiday vases and
pots
"Our gift baskets come with fruit,
chocolate, wine and bath and body prod-
ucts," Ms. Salvador said. "We- also have
permanent floral and holiday arrange-
ments, and -fresh and permanent
wreaths."
In addition, Pineda Florist specializes in
customized, unique arrangements to fit
its customers' personal requests, she said.
"We deliver to just about everywhere m
Brevard County," Ms. Salvador said.
Pineda Florist opened in late 2006 at
4980 N. Wickham Road. It is open from 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.
Call (321) 751-4447 or toll-free to (888)
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eggnog and champagne for Christmas,
Mr. Maki said.
"It costs about $6.99 to $7.99 for a
91-point champagne," he said. "That's
based on a 100-point scale. Anything
over 90 is considered very good, and
over 95 is considered excellent."
Mr. Maki said customer service dis-
tinguishes his store which opened six
years ago from chain liquor stores.
"I take a lot of time and patience
with my customers," he said. "I do a lot
of special ordering and do a lot of
research for people. It's a mom-and-
pop store. The way we treat our cus-
tomers, it's not just a job. I care about
people, and my customers know I care
about them.
"We just try to do the best job we
can. We try to fill anybody's needs, or
wants."
V/ic's Discount Liquor-Wine and
Tobacco is at 6979 North Wickham
Road. It is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
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SUNTREE Cream drinks and
Other tasty concoctions packaged in
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Vice's Discount Liquor-Wine and
Tobacco.
"Cream drinks, like Bailey's, are real-
ly big," said Vic Maki, who owns the
store with his wife, Kathi. "So are
brandy and vodkas with gift sets."
Other favorites include Black Mozart
Chocolate~ Liqueur, Amaretto, tequila
and Johnny Walker scotch gift sets, Mr.
Maki said.
The gift sets usually consist of glass-
es or decanters with a bottle of the
product. The sets range in price from
$9.99 to $150, Mr. Maki said.
"We're putting out a couple of tables
to display all the gift sets that come in,
so people can pick out what they
want," he said. "There has to be 75 gift
sets out. We'll try to have at least 50 on
display."
Wine also is very popular during the
holidays, he said. Riesling is a top


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For more than a decade, the store has
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